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OTTAWA FREE TRADER : SATURDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1874.
8 Cold Illnoded nrutnlli v. One of those blood chillinff, :oUi liouitetl, ni-j pxcusabla luMilta to common ilfcciuv v.hiili: should Rive tho perpetrator w iiiesoit to at leajt the sunny south was cgartod in our city during tho past week, to-wit. the uimiiiluiitiifnt of two little ones by their parents and turnlu them out upon tho charities of the world t vears so tender as to leave them entirely help. less. The clreurnstances, as e leaiu inein, " ! clU,nK)llCit psiriihoncr, straugeror other per that a widower with two children (t-cd niout3j unnl,,aeh without beins awe-stricken and 7 years) married a second wife, who it seems is more fond of fine dresses and ffliticriu;: ifow jrawg Jhan of woman's sympathy and a mother's love. This second wife, it stem, hud come to the conclusion that "children are a bother" and accordingly 4rove tho two little ouch from u home to which they were fur more entitled than she, to seek shelter whero best tlie.v could, t old jad benumbed, they were found t nislil by an officer underneath tho sidewalk in the miow, whither Ihey had nestled lu the hope of keepiHK warm. They were tuken to the Court House and from thence to tho County Poor House. Com ment is unnecessary. The sentiment of this charitable, christian community we believe will look after tho homeless little one and procure suitable places for them. Insurance. Business men eriticise the quotations of banks, railroads and other stocks, as indications of their worth and reliability, and for this reason wc would call attentien to last sales of block of in surance companies as reported in the New York Commercial Aditrtiner, Sept. 30th, 1S1 ; several of which are now seeking patronage of the business men of this city. 5 shares Mercantile Ins. Co. of N. V " I.S " Metropolian " " " " II 7i! " Home ' ' 4s " Continental ' 1 U 400 " WESTCHESTER Ins. of X. V.. . . 1 Ui Niasjra Ins. Co. of Xow York, ltU. Aunt's ri port. It will be seen by the above quotation.-, that the old Westchester, organized and commenced business March 1837, has the conlidcn' c of eapi- talist's beyond any other company o ated in the state of N. Y. It will be observed 1ml while from fifteen to eighty shares of other companies' stock were reported at this sule,i'i- hmulrfi of the Westchester's were sold at 1.1'J, a price high er ttuin any other agency Co's. stock of the Mate of X.'Y. sells for. The old Westchester oilers Its policies for sale on ;:ood risks, at such rates as may be agreed on by the assured and the undersigned, naml at Ot tawa. I). Cik-i:. At a regular communication of ShuUior.a Chap'ct, No. o", H. A. M., on Thurf-djy evening, tl;e following officers vci-c elected fcr the tn-ii-tin: year: ClIAKI.rS II.Cii.mav, II. 1'. Jlonr. M McAktiii i:, K. .lo'iN ii. Camkkox, .". l'lHVAKI L. IlEltllir K. (' II. !Ko..J. Hl-KfiEW, 1'. X. 1, HUMAN A. KlSINO, 1!. A. ('. .Iamks K. llATiir.rx. M.:iil . t'ATHK K liTAN, M 'M . he.SJ. !. I'oKTEIt, M. 1st V. iltNKV (,'. Xasii, TreaHi:rer ,1as. O'Donnki.i., Seerelaiy J: sri s Hakiiis, T. JHl'Pi'lor Kltcteil. At a merlin:,' of the ntbs 'rlbers to the capital flock of the"Amcncan Seltzer Spring Association oT Ottawa," held in the City Hall on .Monday '.vwilngr, Henry Mayo was called to the chair . and l J. Kelloj,' appointed secretary. The Jiisoclation, by vote of the members, Hxcd i '.he uuiiibcT of Directois at eleven, and the term , of oft'wj at jt! year. The following gentlemen were elected utiree-I'ors-: J. E, Porter, J. E. Scott, Andrew Lynch, J. Kcllojrif, C. Hard, Nillium Cullen, Henry Mayo, J. E. Skinner, James H. Pickens, B. M. Uuyle and D. P. llitt. An adjourned meeting of the otoekholiiers will be held at the same plnce next Monday evening, when the Directors will submit a constitution Bll by-laws for their approval. The Directors organized by electing Henry Mayo and J. J. Kellogg tenijHjrary chairman and crr.t..ry. . Iluport tuiv that Neeley and Jerry Wood are v'oriU.ini'"ialing visiting tho Pucilie slope with some of their goers next season. Xeelcy has some bully stock, and will probably make fast time. Pf.ksonal. Mr. L. M. Hollister, uu oM rs! dent of Ottawa, now following his old occupfr. lion of grain dealer at '-J.YJ South Des Plains street, Chicago, has been in town a few days meeting and receiving cordial greetings from hi numerous friends. Tie liirisl uud llncst ftoik of clulliiii, line party drc. buIU, wvildius; auits, tilai k mid blue ilotl.s, tine diagonal, tastiu ami line rutliliin rc in La Salle Co., U at M. Sliefel A CoV, the square UeaU-rt,. . eltizvn with atron ueeuiuulativc jiroiji lisi lies, undertook to ni;ropriate a van of oysters at Fredmau's yesterday afternoon. Tho persuaalve appeal of olllcer Holleiibeck, and u little aitaist ance from otlleir Kln, landed hi tarca-s in the 'louler.' The C, K. I. & V. II. 11. Co. arc titling up on ottlce in the west end of tUe. freight dejiot to facilitate the shipment und dit rit.ntiou of freighl. A fire broLc out In Thompson's photograph gallety about nine o'cJot-k Sunday evening which for a few minute caused considerable ex. citenient on the atrect aud in tho vicinity when the tire alarm was then. The damage was very slight. The fire wa started in a bark room by a pau of hot ahes. People of La Salle county, there U niily one ugt nt in this county for our well-known truuk tuch ii the western union trunks, which wc have iven the right to sell at retail and wholesale prices. ,f. BrnEsii, Pro'r. M. Stiei ki,, Agt. The Meudotu artesian well has already cot fll,Uil and no-water yet. If our city is bound U pay for the one on the square everyjmr, can't they sell It to Mendota? A 1-ortUDate lUkrr. Ou un veiling in April last a baker ctitcn d a itme wJicc lickela to the rirst (trnnd (iift Coo cert of Ihe Masonic Kelicf Association, Norfolk, VaM were fur sale, and while there purchased a ticket. Ou the nth of May the number of that ticket drew i'i,''. which the baker received. This AsocIatun will have ouly ouc more Con cert, which will positively be rivwi on the tsuli of Deceuibcr, and you may be sa fortuuait- as the iKivt-mentioncd baker if you purchase a ticket. Tie character of the gentlemen coinlucting this cnterrrlse Is aurBclnt cuarsntcc that the lur-nAd drawrtr will be ( one with the same l'on ty aud fairness which t hararturu'.ed the first. Kverv tenth iiumlerwni tc apriicranginir'roni 10 in 30.00. Addres II. V. Maorc, Sct-'y, Ktr- folk, Va , or au authon ed AKcntot the Asso elation. v. iwmti n.si Ikvau48. He the routine m jdlciues of the profession done )ou no itood? Are you discouraged and miserable? If so. test the troparxieoiDuncw i-v ..id. ti, KB'a!ai.irMll!fI4 V ISIM lllT Ttn already faonua u tho finest iDilgorant, corrtcUre aid altera tliat hii light Uyspeptlca and persons of bUIous habit ihould keepil ; within reach. If they nine hulth and cue . From Leland- Li,i.ani,I:U ec. 5, 1874. Vicv. i'.V.onloJ. "r wv M. K. minister gives fiuitc gciiml satisfaction, and while he H a:i exemplary clirWtiaii, he has nono of that stiff, unbending formality and "out ward humility" so commouly seen in a cer ;. rlussof preachers. He is u man whom the rsi . at his appearance; in oilier words, be is a whole-souled mao, and will soon be tho recip ient (from our citizens) of as good a wntch and as much money as the thieves stole from him soon after his arrival heic. Dr. Win. M. Foreman, our pastor for the first two years, will stay with us and practice lneilicincB. for which he has an excellent ta-dc, and at which he meets with such gotu success. School. Our graded school never was in a healthier condition than now. t. B. Bath- iirst is principal, J. S. Van Deiisen teacher of Intermediate, and Mis Squltr or primary de partment, while Miss Kva l homasson is tutor also. It costs about $;;,000 per annum to run it; yet it is well done, and but few if any per sons find fault lor spending, this sum as the teachers give good satisfaction, and the students continually point tnnvp grarft in their stHdies. Iacw m.--The Leland J.w cum is now in running order, ami a lively interest in debate seems manifest. I understand the soriety is open to receive challeujrcs for joint debates 1'ioin iicighboi ing clubs this w inter. " Cush ing's Manual" is the standard authority in regulating the Lyceum, and its members seem determined ou mutual improvement. (Jeo. A. Young, F.s(., is chairman, and J. I. Montgomery Secretary. The club organized Nov. 21, ami Nov. 27 the first donate, was held at I lie public school hou-e, and the bull opm eil oy discussion of the question, "Should U. S. (iiant be elected President for the third term?' Affirmative, J. I. Montgomery, Dr. (!. .1. Monroe, Win. M. Foreman, C. F. Oak field, J. S. Van Deu.scn, and Thos. Lett. Negative, O. F. Walton, S. 1!. IJathurst, Hev. V. t'.oilon, and V.. M. Kinne. The judges chosen to act with the chairman in deciding I he (juration according to the arguments ad duced were 1!. F F"-emaii and Thomas Doheriy. After lii.-cusMon, the oueslion was decided in the allirmalivc. Themicsti'ju svlefUd f'r discussion Fri. day ( viuing luxl is: " J ;, ,!,; ii. That women hhoiud have the I c Ii ctivc franchise." A general invitation to allend the meeting ol' the society isextendml to ail the ladies and gentle men, as it is believed that they will be both interesting and profitable. Deaths. Among those wc- have been ac qualnted, ulih and who have left us this fall, might be named Thomas Cook, Miss Haven hill, Mr. Bathurst's child, Mr. rchwitzcr's child, Mr. retersjn's child, Mr. Stockholm, Miss Fowler, Mrs. Fuller, Mr. Griffith, Mrs. Carpenter, and several others whose names do not now occur to mind. We learn more from the dead than t!;c living, in various things. Ex Uso. Had a presidential election been Udd on Tuesday, November 3d, the whole number of electoral votes would have been !W, with a democratic majority ol 2o2. The rads may well consider this as a premonition of the greater wrath to come in 18TC. l)i Aio?;ii im nnAzir,. We have been gratified by a visit from H. M. Lane, Esq., tlic agent for Ayer's Pills, rjarsaparilla and Cherry Pectoral, In South Aiiici lea, , who has just visited the mines with his iiicdieiues, and described to ua the pro cess of taking (.cms from the earth. A driver places his gang of slaves la a mud hole, where t lie coins nrc found, and pans out the earth in the water, like gold y ushers. The negroes are naked, to prevent their seircting the diamonds Sin their clothe". Tliev nre required to work rachig their orei n tr, anil forbidden to raitc a hand to lh fare, le-'t they should swallow the J;wels when fVttnrl. Vet they do carry them airay, by becoming t.spcrt that they can hnap them with their f.iVbrs from the pan to their mouth, without def"ft;'n. Aer'ij nicdlrlncs are tho tab ismatis for tliclr ili aJ', und il was net dillleult to exeli.ingc, wltli the' neg-rrtes, Ayer'. Pills in about even weight, for liiu rough stones in w hich tlic I rillianls are holder). fi.4 l.'ivUr. The lateat assortmeiit of Iloiii'vv (icoi'. wj at found at ah'j. FINANCIAL A COMMEfivi-AL. There is nothing par! leu nr;y new to ii.; in . rather quiet in all business matters. Trade i branches cf builnis. In money matter!, ti.e nituatioii reniuina al)out the same. The demand for money seems a little on the inercaM'. The banks generally accommo. date all regular '.iistomcrs at the usual rates for long time loam; the market is rather well sup plied, and parlies presenting the right class of security, UMially have no difficult v in getting what they require at the usual rates. In Chicago the market is reported as a little more actiic. The demand for iimnev is good and the jnpply of idle money is materially reduc ed. The demand is principally from the graiii and provision dealers. tiold has taken an upward turn during the pa-t week, of about two per cent. It has been rumored that a clique has I con formed to force llie premium u;. bj a'.i.ur 1.1. bv the llrt of J.muarj . (rtUTiim-ut I'mmiiIs ui sympathy wilh g.,ld. rule higher, ami pi i. are tiriu under a sirong investment demand. Ilaxell-, M.ii-KiiilayiVCo.fur:il tin- iillow ing Ottawa qui t.it:,.ii-- 1. S.B 11 " ls.il , " " iodine Tl 1 Pi Ill nvf 1 177-4 HV 114 li:u llW'j i: 4 pn iiuuin, eelllug. " " WiS l f-.ld HiUcr Kxi hangca iki Mew York, l.a Salle county bonds, t:r and intereM rmcign exchange Is scbtn ;t '.' p,-r . fKtaara Whtral Markt-t. Ottawa, DccctuU r tth, Cori steady, and saleable at O. Cati grm at tV'r, for lbs. Wc look for atcady prices all tliis luoiith. Chicken In jrwl ale at ti jr dorcn. We hart no than se to make Incur markets. Prices remain-nearly the same la our last re port. Butter If anytnlag, more r4c&ty, and trifle lowtr. Egjrs In good demand, at We quoU fcfclow: flOO o 1 1" iv 2011 a . S (4 . 250 (4 S' .11 00 Ml.'OI . (4 40 . i no (4 4 oo ,. 4uoa six1 I0i) 7 0 51 : 3 . 6 V.) .. u w n t" . 8! 6 Cnlcngo Market, Chicago, December 4th, lbT4. The. Chicago produce markets were generally strong yesterday, some of them being buoyant. Mess pork was active, and 65V0c higher ou op tions, closing at .0J cash, and $ W.4r seller the year. Lard was active, and 3450c per 100 ffs higher, closing at 13.73 cash, and $l-V.G(.M:!.C5 seller the year. Lake- freights were dull and easier, closing t ic for wheat to Buffalo. Flour was quiet and unchanged. Wheat was active, and He higher, closing at trt'c for So. 2 spring seller the month, and IW'c for December. Corn was active, and lc higher, closing at Sic for N'o. 2 seller the month, and 75e for the year. Oats were active and higher, closing at 54c cash, and .Vie seller the year. Rye was quiet and firmer, at S.)(i)S-")J-;c. Barley was active, and :t('5c higher, closing at $1.2 seller the month, and 1.24 for December. Hogs closed dull and weak. Sales at $5.50S7.05. Cattle were active and linn at $:$.00ef$5 83. Sheep were dud and unchanged at j2.50(tf.l.!i0. New York Market. New York. Dec. 4th. I'sTt. Flour Active and lower. Western and State $4.30(ir3.()(). Wheat Better. No. 2 Chicago $l.liVfU Milwaukc, $l.2:itf$1.23; Minnesota, tl.'J4.l.A. Com m(('.Kic for western mixed. Kyc $1.10i$1.12. Oats Mixed western, C205e. DR. J. B. WALKER, Oculist and Aumt Who lias practiced In thin ii'4T U" ;, may be c wiftWi AT TIIK. CLU1i HMTliJ. WTAWA On tM 8AU:H!UV In Km M :n'.S, flu t ii rtir J . "a t urlu-. Wat u rlaj-. Hntu rlu.v . ...Juno , is? l, .. .July -a, 1H7 I, ...Auk. 1. I!?'. ...Ht-pt. n, iT', ..oil, :i, 171. ...INv. "7, 171. ...Ukc. n, l7-l, ttatunluy . Mnturrtny . stiturl-. At a!l other tlrai'a Om tills i the only place he vU'.-a prl'i lonally) lie ni;iy lie touud a'. Chicago. 0IFICE AND DISPEJTARY :J South Clark St.,ror. liaii'lolpli DII. II. OLI, Ot Chicago, (formerly of this pla.e.i will vl.iit OttaTl, ftt CUlioa Hotel, t!i flnt Tuesulny ol escii mou'Ji, Ur treating all d'.Hcaae of tUn Eye an l Ear, ur?!cally or otherwise. Operatlontfor cataract, artUlch'J pupil, tuycrteJ lilA.dosure of the eir duct, croaa eye. atraMbyiooia, and the removal of tumor and morbid grotl-.a of every dcacrlptlon. Artificial eyca and ear drums lnnerted without pain orprevljusopeTa tlon, Uraoalar eye-Uda, Vu nuif revwf Xuxne : (. mt, nullcally antlptrnuiimMy ew mi Frcm Ida hnji experience Id t'atiaj lijeajoi of Ida Eye and fcar te recij confident In statin;; that ha caa cura nearly ve..j. cJpi ;r.rva:ai5vawe3:ct.e:(, CViiUUcnf.-ee. tarict s?ock Of Artlflclal Ej?8 la '.he West. December !tb (8T0.-tr I't nusHiio As a wakmxo anil for tn benent of Vo'-xo Mrs A.vnoTiinns whn anlti-r Onril KKKVuL'S DtlllLll V, LlS.S OK .MANHOOD, K'C, stipplyiu tUf win, r Self i.'urt. Written hv one Im cured lilnnell Bfti-r undersolhir conmiiera.jie qnai'Kery, :i i n;i;t i:ec ou receiving a pool paia mrecieu enveio.e. ljultererj atelurltea to a.H:eH the autl. nr. JiATHANlKL MATFArf!, 8,'pt. 3-3:iioj-s? V. V. Bos. 15.1, Brooilyu, N. V. 0SMAN& HAPEHAN WILL FCRMiS THE FOLLOWIXG II OR 1875 AT THE REDUCED PRICES AME1 HEWW. Al! p.ipers anil lUru'liies seut tree of jiofa.e. American AsrirutturLst IK", Ainiiiiie Montlilv s.vi Arlh'ir'j Home Magazine aul ibromo 2 Ballou'a Muntblr 1 ;-e. l 10 4U 3 .V) 1 60 ltf i li i 15 :i 10 s is 3f0 411) 410 4 00 1 iO 400 1 iV iV am I hiCHo InieMeaa j :l" CliiCHao Trlbun.1 I jt ('hitaijo.)ournal , I :i) I liiCMCOTlnim I Mi Iemoiftt'8 Monthly Maualne A caiouio. -i A Gortey'a LalT't Book and chromo. Mvnrin ami Home nu eitumn.. llarper'aMasalne :::::jv 3i 3W ii 1 i". :1J0 1 W IT l : - 4M I ti V1 SO : 3M -i- I Ti .''i n riarper Weekiy Marnxr-alla'ar llluntratpil ClirUtlan Weelt:jr LiUIr Corporal Leslie's illutrll Pa.wr Nursery New York W .-enly Trlbnne. .. .' .. New Yorlc Weekly Times popular KcleiiCB Monthly Phrenoloirlcal Journal roterv.n Macalne Pelr' I'arlor Mimic Petera' LaCrsme ile UCrenie.... Prairie farmer. Knral New Vnrljer.. . . ... :nhner- Msnthly St. Meholaa I CO 4UII 4111 a to 2 70 4 011 am 3 IS I'.O Tolrli UlaHe. W eatern K.ltal . roi ioilth'4 Coiupa ilui... 1W r.TOlf;aner u-.jy i, n:e fc, recirt-re'l letter or poitai money oruem. OSXAX aV HAPKMAN, Ottawa, Illinois. kHW W Da J. t". rmaa. Bala iwnrn. .r, I araduaUil at Ui 7nnMitT f Pn l la lV1. nd .fur ,Wy.r lp,rim-a. fwrftct.4 Ir. ritlar'a cRctabU Rhtamails tlyrup ia l Pills, i::(i lg'iaraaUt aa Infallibli cur for rin 1 4 ll"l. l-aaaa. Daek. Ueart. LitnW. Narrv Kid r. Bl4 roi all Hb,anat,adiraM.8arI thu yk fj-lllffL Mf. A. CMBOLKN.-Aolar, pfc. FkxL l OarsraW wffl Czni t7it,'a4 wDl aati4annM wrt, rhil.AicaBooldwnuDr.lftler.Au.Tar' . atTT PamphM (TMUVMwaTatia. Vl ttewmnT fnri, iZ aishlaaaaa tinanmMtCi tiwtiUijlljdn.,?. A CAPITAL IDEA Scrap- Book for Newspaper Cuttings Hour, whit wlnlor wheat. 9 !M Flour. MtrlHK wh-Uretil, Corn Ural, rotsil, 1UU Wlirat, spilim, tJ& Corn, rar, Corn, liellert. W OHismewi, 'W V lUrley. 4Htt Kjo, I'M Brmi, l bunb Clover 8a llmo-.hr feed tM Dn rotator. bmh Clifwie, Hutter, Cir. lo t Turkey!, BrooDia. lo Hy, 9 ton Wool, 0 U Cuttle on foot. Vi' rt Cl. I le w-jlght. 100 . . . . hwp, I Pork. IM LlfeH'X lrd. Tllow ) ft 8lt, 9 M Illdn. ft dilf. ft Oracca 9 ft Flint lllilen. ft Dry Salt, 9 ft Bona. 9 ft Periodicals aai hmp A 'r reference n resl r lor Scrap, irora our4arfy s" Ol knowleaire. the Nrwsfapers, wltk aa AWkaoots teal ladet aai apace lor Marfinal Sous. FOR HALE BY' OSMAN & HAPEMAN, 1L Wert Of tb Court nvost. linn atobertteenunts. THE WEEKLY SUN.WS'KKi. n.w-niipVr, of Mi uroad eoiumna, eiM!lU diUnwl lor I he farmer, the uiechanlc, the meri'liaiit and llieprolnwlon l umti. and ihelr wive. andehlldnMi. Wc aim to make the V , oin bent tanillr newananrr In the nrlii It full or ent, itaininu and InatrucUve reartinit of I OT . w... .... ...il.u (it nrfrnri Itiu miul umnu. every fori, inn i,mi' , : - - ' lou. and dellrate Lite. Vtint. H I ." n;r year, no.taire prenaM. ThaelieneiPP,'rp"l'llal. 1 ry It. Audrew Tilt ht'S, New York City. "lfAVirtJOOn H HALT II The t.lver mut be kept la order. SANFORD'3 LIVER INVIOORATOR Hat become a maple famllr medicine. Purely yeitotahle-c"tlirth-tin Tnnu for all deraimeinente of Liver. Siom ich and Howela Will rlsar the cooipleiion, core 4lck headache, du:. bnun Initiation. Try 8nforra Liver Invlgorator. r. nr SOt.'L CHAKMIMO." .i... ra.in-j ami zaln the love and afl.tlona of any peraoo they choone, to'nr.'TM slmpla mental acnnlreoient all can poet Tree, by mall, for Acta. t to$her WILLIAM CO Pubilaheri. Philadelphia. &r o ffn rr day at home. Term" ftee. 55 H 52U tio liTmo Co Tortland. llalne. H77 A WKEK g narantecd to Male and Female ISO tn trr It. Particulars Free. VICKKRV CO.. Augusta. Maine. Arenu. in tneir locamy. i"-'" I'.O. Photographic Fern-leaf Mottoes. More than 'JO original deltna exqnliltely wrouBht ,1a lerni and wnrodieid by photograHhy. (ormlni beautltul l ' "Zm home o?nP.men?aTI;? JrthA",t5e ' miration. No work to a.enta to e-,dif."Th ,n lany clear 1 1. $S, and $U per day. One i old ! ,S ortn in lese than day. Another ay : "I Ike I he work well, ii. i ,o dltferent from towa3$S2!Z?UU el In every town in uir nww. " " .,",7,4710 H.LA PK1TLK, Oaneral Auent, N.E. tor. Madiaon ma La balle ht.. Koom 1, UiIcho, III. GEO. A. PRINCE & CO. Organs & Melodeons. The uiJ2rst, Lar?wt ni Mont Perft Mnf-:obty 54,000 Now In uw. No otter Mtulcal Inatrument ever obla.ced tbe .i Uf kend for Prlr Lists. MOST EXTRAOEDIHARY Trnji 0? Advertising are offered for Newspa per! in tha State of mm C3f n l fur tf i rP"r n 1 Kliedale or rules Ail.l.eO Gfir. I 8f dl & Co., klwMii Apt? SO. ?AHK B0VT, NEW Y0HK. V.iHR to 'fun Editor ok y:u ' Pa-sn. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: (:f:c9 i;f tiu Singer Mauuf'g 1 1 1 Stato Street. Chicago Nov. 18th, 1874. Notlc. 1j hereb7 glveu that A. Foster, of Ottawa, 111., is not agent for ur Sewing Machines, r.r any goods of cur manufac ture. Machines offerai., by the said Foster are either second-hand or bogus, ftnd are not warranted by tho Singer Manufacturing Company. N. B. Any parties dealing in Sinr Pew ine: Machines unauthorized by us will be prosecuted to the extent of the law. She Singer Manufacturing Co. n-rv-Ji-tf DEC. 29. Second & Last Grand Gift (Wert IS AID OF THE Llasonic Relief Associate r NOKfOLK',- VA. DAY POSITIVE!. FIXKD. TUESDAY, 29th DECEMBfe&. last 6iiA.isros.- A.:!i!zj.1 ty AM f tii Vlruiiiln Islilatu:, (pawed March itli, laTl) 30,000 Ti:kft3. 6,000 Cash Gifts. TO UK CilVJKH One Grand ( aih Lift ol' U:ie Orarid I asli (into! One brand n ant ol Oae Oran4 Caali iillt o( One Grand C'ali Gift of One Grand ( a-h (.lit of One Grand Cash Gift of i:,Cah Gifts of f lioieach Cah Glfm or Sill) each iCah ,ltaif Resell ;( usb Gifts of l"4ieacli 29U taon Gltu of laieach &;tCabOlllaof SO each MO) Caon GUIs of 10 each AWAY : ...$.WI ... &.II4J ... J0.4HXI ltJUO ... 5,114 ... a.swi .... a.trt ... l).i0 ... 11.1141 , .. io,;,v .... llVl ... .( ... '.,H.0fl ... M.iiO ..IJ30.HX) 801) CASH GIFTS, ai?reeaMnt TUR K OF TICKKTS : Whole Ticket! it) On Quarter licketa i:,0 Half Trkttla .VII kleven Tickets tlUMrO tor Tlcken, Circulars. Ac. addreca IIKNKV V. MOOKK, See'y, Norfolk, Vm. drO.A. IIITF CO., tlen'l Northweatcrn Acenta, nov-lw No. W WaaldnKton St..Chlr.ago, (11. INSURANCE AGENCY The New Orleans Ins. Co., tnMirn..rttm1 In tka .It r.r V. f l.U.na T n.!.laa .ffn.k f.lh, MA. and harlnt ronflnrd her bualiie.. to the lilaie of Loiiuiiani uiuii Uf. two year, naa paid out In lo-es In X j-eai a over H . , 4 , anil to her aiock ad po'K'T Imldera an averatra dlvlri.pd ol ITnercer. The a-cl9nl tu-l ,,. now amouol to ra?(,0(. The New Orleans Ins. Association, Incorporated tn thecltr of Vew Orlean. In ha. a r.nh cai'itai nor ol ovit m: , and her tacvta anioqut to nearly (, t4. The Bangor Insurance Co. W'aalnrp'rateri In llanzor. M.lne. In tin Her naaetv tent. l.t.lW. amount to :441. 4 11 . J. ihennnrl. pie llila I ompaiiT aork. imnn I. to tmke arn.U amount, on 1 ilttiiiremna rtka. " TSia Fare BaiiniiiE Fire Insurance Co., Of H-ratmrr, New nt. Aeta, June lit. 174 AlrVal. 1417. . T.kr. r-.k.on nothing hut private realdeutea tn city au town., and upon Urui property. Il.nintj recfWiri tbf Aecnry for th love Cotn I'uinv. I ntn prepared to INSURE OTTAWA AM VIO'IIW ITV Aalnaf Lo or Damage by Fire and LIshtniojr. CHARLES HARVEY, OfictX Vo. S rttt 0Me Bltck. OtUv. DL IB! TO THE THE LARGEST ASSORTMENT OF MILLINERY GOODS Kmbrucing Artiflcial Flowers, Ft-uthcrs ntul Jet TrimmiBj.r8, ever on exhibition ia the city of Ottawa, Purchased DIRECT of the Manufacturers and Importers in New York City. Our Jet Goods arc truly elegant. The Flowers, of every conceivable variety, uro unsur passed in richness, and arc ottered at prices that DEFY COMPETITION. Hat and Jionnet Frames, Embroidery, nil the latest styles, Straw and Velvet Hats, Uibbons, Velvets, etc. At this establishment will be found tho best line of Motions in the market, Hosiery, Col lars, KurHing, Handkerchiefs, genuine Lottie Bustle, Corsets, Bulls, Neckties, Hair Orna tncnts, Fans, Tortmonies, Toilet Glasses, Combs, Brushes, Hair Pius, l'crl'nmcry, l'ocke Knives, and Toilet Goods generally. A fine assortment, of Rair Switches on hand and Made to Order. Also Mohair and linen Switches, Braids, &c. Our line-of-Jewclry has been greatly enlarged and cannot fail to satisfy the most fastidious. As stated aborc, our goods ARE ALL PURCHASED IN NEW YORK at the manurae turers, passing through no 2d and 3d hands, and NOT SUBJECT TO CHICAGO HIGH RENT PRICES; therefore we can and will sell at lower prices than Chicago purchasers. N. B. Wc are offering milliners in ndja-nt towns rare inducements, and guarantee t sell at better figures than they can purchase in the Chicago market. AT LOW'S VARIETY AND MILLINERY STORE, 6 Court St., East Side Court House. IM1K 111 J. 0. HARRIS, The following are represented in LIVERPOOL, LONDON a&GL01iE,Enrlaiul. KOYAL, of liivcrnool, England IMPERIAL, of London, England 1 1 AMBU KG-1 REM EN, German v - NIAGARA, (t'ormerlv ofUnderwritoiv N'. V . . GERMAN-AMERICAN, New York PENNSYLVANIA. Piilud;lrliin ORIENT, Hartford. ATLAS, Hartford - fT. PAUL TI RE AN 1) MARINE - N. W. NATIONAL EIRE tc M., Milwaukee .... - TRAVELERS' ACCIDENT, Hartfnrd " R. R. PASSENGERS' ACC1 DENT, MUTUA L LIFE, New York k Thu iiboVt; liablOS nnd flutcs Butal no Couinient. The a'r''ri'gate amount of capital repre sented is at least equal to that found iu any arc noted for their ability und readiness to dj?" Policies written in any of the above iHlsrcIIanrous. A FULL STOOK Or All Kinds of Wrappin gPaper CONSTANTLY ON HANI) At the Agi'k'Hltnral Store F. D. SWEfiTSER. Straw, Jute, Mnnillii, &c. ALSO, BROOM STOCK. Ottawa, October l".th, IS."4. II OF 1IAUTFOHD, CONN. ASKTS 970a,!i3-l.OO. OF NEW YORK. A. E3T fM0,r.C. Armenia InsnraneeCo OF FITTSBUKGir, PA. AJ4SETN B3ay4!I.OO. I'ollclea written tn the loretrolnf reliable eonsaalea by SHERMAN LELAND, nv; Room 1 Post Office l'4ock. SOCCER'S. 50 yds. Spool Sfllc, 4 for - - 25 cts lOO yds. Spool Silk, 2 for - - 25 cts 200 yds. Spool Cotton, 4 tor ' 20 cts 2 doz. Bobbin Cotton for - -50 cts Machine Oil. 15 Cts Machine Oil. large, - - - - 25 cts Needles. - 5 CtS nr.WARE of sDurious needles, bad oil etc. which may render tho best Macnine nselens. We manufacture our own needles, stilt and twist ; furnish linen and cotton thread all of superior quality. The Singer Manu's t'., noTU tf S La Balle Street. Ottawa. HIa. (iEO! KOUTCLIFFE Haa the Heat Aaaorrroent of All Kinds of Liquors and Cigars. Stock Ale, fleer and Porter c'',,J'L?5 InaTw AUKNTS WANTED'for Ihw CESTESMAL GAZET T E E It t;nir"..... . , .-ii. 0f ail um atatea, connttea, town- FIRST 100 YEARS REPUBLIC. FrerThodT trarati. aad Au mattfn IIOO .'.'"i. .1 a4d lor c lira lar. "oa'tlXL) t.Wo, ill. 1 k Wive W. l.o-, Ua. Conaccticut Fire Insurants Cp Manhattan Fire lasurance Cc LABI o o OTTAWA, ILLS. FIRST-CLASS Insurance Companies Ottawa by me, viz. : Asset over 2,(00.Oi(j.0i 44 1 0,000,000.01) " i 2.000,000,00 2,000,000.00 1,300,000.00 41 J, 700,000.00 i, 300,000.00 ;oo.ooo.oo 300,000.l0 700,000.00 800,000.00 ti a 2,500,000.00 500,000.00 Hartford . . about TO;000,000.0 other Agency in the State, and the companies pay all legitimate losses. , Companies at current rates. nov21-tf fHtocllaufous. ii i" I win ell (until fur! !r notice) t.ny nr all of the untold Lot in Ctixmilltia Addition, about V" In number, at from V.j.'A) t HO 10 pur lot. and will take small MONTHLY PAYMENTS WiU sewpt t srr.all ch n'7tnent from thoe wUO buy lntendiDK to build, and Klve Ions tlin tor th balance. ThlaU a rar , opportunity for those Who wisii to owu their own borne and nop pa; mg rent. J, 0. HAKHLS, Kov. is-tr rtoal Etat llrohct. JOHN ROOTS' BITTERS: ' Tlifie crirhrnted Jllttra are purely VcS"tb;e. bolntt t!r ir' d wed ol Knots. Barka and Ilcrriea. They are tha own 3isTMrty i'eara bludy and Kepeated EperlmenH, aad we now oSer tlieia to tbe public. A .Sitff'1il Sirfly Cure for Fever ami Ague.' Mvtiib Agnts Typholil, Itrain, t Intermittent, tt a?y Mml of rTTer. amall pox. chroalc and , nllloui dlaeaMiA undlro; llyernnd Uldney complalnm.dya oeiat.c7.c ThAal-l an eacellent atrc nstbener In air caiea o general d;:!!l.ty lor either old, younir. male or f. mJb? weakness of fbe atpSacti and nervo.i.neM. remalea will nnVtliemlnvalnab Tin case of Weaknw. Inesularl "ea 1-aln in the Back. eat Lanimor, olddlneaa in tlia Headid Nervou. 1'""$!$ . hlimd and zlvca new tile mil flB'l" to tae patient. n i. atronalT on Ttb? Hver. and re"4rea tlnatomach to a natural an bealu, y actlon.-and S.tl the atomach la all rent, f.m whole man aiuat be right. JOHS KC6tT Mionrarttirer, No. 3U S.nec8t liuHalo. A.T. . Von. 9i and l Lake St., ChlcaKO. Sold In Ottawa r ,. D. HOLLECKER & 0., ,,,..,, Wbolea!eLllrDealeri. - n.'a rot wlli'tntrodiice to yon our Napkin. The object p ofthetprtae Nwrkln.l to proldeainpladcon4int article to wear at lahle byronibininz tlie we ol boll nai ii klnandproteotoTtno:. 4nr SaklM are faat becomiat ri Mtinitr m an article for rciaral aae. ' r",- Our Rubber and Oilcloth Napkins For i-hlMreo'i at the table, ttcel any'Mns beMra "atro- J ducrd to tbenbilc on acccunt of tne'r daratHllty. i onrc over-bosoms ! f anno fail to c aatlaHrtloo. aatbey ire comiorta-!e.?; net and ery Wkkk. eiiner Itw winter or aumaier. ana., are worn by both ladle and rentlemao a i nrptectoT attain: d-, damp aad eoW. Tey ore kw od by r lewlinc MjMclin In tbe) felted Male, and are rocmu mended tty them betnc th ttrtr. prntectlontor t:it thmat aacl laiir trrr bronftM brfor tb labile. Tb-y - meetln wltft rapid aalea wherever they are Introduee-l 7 Voe will plrue ak yonr dry cood n"ch' vn-,, I r rnea ire t' by uerrhanta only . l oi will plea orJ ' der price uM ana eooo. miri '--i Irl<. rrKKET. BABNH ART A Ht NT. w. Pi aarletor and Maaolactartra. 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