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OTTAWA FREE TRADER: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 2 1875.
BUDGETOF FUN. Diseases of the Chest Ilusty locks. A farmer's crib u aguawful place for rats. If rocks ever bled, they wouIJ bleed quartz. A poor man's plaster la made ot mustard, lions do not believe in the two meal sys One towd lasts a New Hampshire tavern two weeks. A widower can't live in Canada in any kind of peace. The James brothers sigh for more bank cashiers to conquer. Sea-sickness will stir a man up as well as anything we Know 01. "Give we some new evidence that you love me." Shu bit his ear. The mosquitoes haven't put in a very pro Stable season thus far. The picnic season and spiders and bugs will soon join the invisible host. Who wrote on those 14,000,000 postal cards which were used during the month of July? A Wisconsin hotel advertises bonanza soup. Beef boue anza probably. One of the most tedious things in life is waiting for a rich old aunt to drop off. Money is one of thoso peculiar thing that, the closes it gets the harder it is to reach it. Lex Spotted Tailions is what the New York World calls the law of the Jilack Hills. Best thing to do when you go shopping with ladiesTake notes. If a Bishop cannot see beyond his nose, how little he knows beyond his sec. It is a question if the heads of the Round heads were level. If you wish o enjoy constitutional liberty, don't wear a pull-back dress. An old man was son-struck while passing down Main street, yesterday. The sen is in custody. No woman that truly understands domestic economy will sweep down cobwebs in fly time. Never go near a baloon, 3'oung friend. Like the innocent-looking revolver, it'3 lia ble to go off at any moment. It is accounted a mean thing for a netti.iut father to tell his son that the binson Crusoe book Isn't true. Con ' 1 o- Life on the ocean wave Is all very nice; It is death on the ocean wave that all so much dislike. Don Piatt says that rrench coflee is mere slop, und London women are as homely as pineapples. A schoolboy can see the force of a proverb when it reads: A burr in the iiancl is worth two in the bush. It is unfortunate that there is no light to reveal the expression of the man's face who finds the match box empty in the middle ot the night. The amount of argument required to con vince the avcrago man as to his outy respect ing a new hat for his wife would be sufficient to satisfy a whole jury on almost any other subject. A blind English mendicant wears tn is in scription round his neck: " Don't be asham ed to give only a half-penny. I can't see It." " Too dough nut attend to your duty, and you fritter the time away!" was what the im patient man sakl to the slow waiter at the restaurifit One of the N. v York churches is about to inaugurate a m w idea that of having ser mons pfeachul irnrii the pulpit bunday even logs by men v .,, are not clergymen. Alas! There' was a" brass band on the burning deck, which ia why Casabianca stood there so long. If flics had to sell' butter for a living they wouldn't take so much interest in it as ttiey do. Since Georgo Alfred Townsetff left St. Louis the soap factories there have been running on short time. The thermometer was winkinp at 100 above, when a Peoria youth froze to aa ice cream saloon girl. borne folks think that all good Americans when they die go to Paris, but we believe they go to Worms. A Streator youth objects to the pull-Lack skirts because they are so narrow that he can't sit on them. What we want now is to exchange photo graphs witli the boy who pot a porous plas ter in his school-teacher's boot. '1 be first word of bis sermon was "not," and the last words, " worth hearing," and that is exactly what we thought of it at the time. It must be decidedly mortifying for a man when be gets to the end of his rope to find that it is nomehow attached to bis neck. If the mosquito who left our nose in such a hurry that he forgot bis bill, will call, he can have it, and no questions will be asked. The man who will grow watermelons large enough for an ordinary-sized person to crawl into without showing his boots, will be kind ly remembered by bis seed. A new fasbione has just been started in Pennsylvania. A woman there has hanged herseif with her corsets. It may seem contradictory, but neverthe less true, that when people indulge ia kigh words they always use low language. A Flea in lied. There are some folks that fleas won't bite, but Alonzo Fleet, a married cilizeu of Dan ville, La., has spent the greater part of his life, after sundown, looking for fleas. It ia excetdingly annoying to Mrs. Fleet. Just as hlic gets the baby to sleep, and has folded her own hands, in blissful slumber, Fleet slips out of bed, fe;t foremost, and buutp he hits the floor, witli a half-whispered remark on his Hps: "Thedurned fleas." " You have awakened me again, Mr. Fleet ; I believe you are trying to wear me oat. Here I h-id just got to sleep, and am now so ncrv ous I shan't sleep any more this night. What in the world are you niter?" ' Marv. there's a flea on mo somewhere; vou know I can't sleep when there are fleas in the bed," and Fleet sirucn a inai.cn. " I don't believe there's any ilea hero at all; it's just a notion of your own; you can'l sleep yourself, and you won't let anybody else." Pon my word, Mary, (Fleet approached with the candle,) ha! there be goes now 1 Oh! the little devil! Now I've got him!" and Fleet grabbed the tail of his shirt, setting the candle by the bed, while be wet the place so as to see the Ilea, ana men siuck a nccuie through it, and showing it to his wife, said in some triumph, "You call that a notion, my dear? call that a flea." "Mr. Fleet, take that candle away from the baby's eyes," cried out Mrs. -Fleet, Just as the baby woke up, ad the music com menced." " I'll rock her, Mary," murmured Fleet. " You rock her ! No, sir, never ! I'll rock her invself: it's just what I am for; I, Marv Thompson, married Alonze Fleet to suffer tcr him, to uruuge tor him. uy nay ana by night. My life's no more than a flea to him. What cares he if I die? llooty-tooty, isn't Mr. Fleet young and strong, and handsome, and couldn't he soon get another wife?" And Mrs. Fleet lifted up her voice and wept like a hard rain. Fleet put on his breeches and took a chew of tobacco, and as he walked to "spit out," he said seriously, he wished every flea on earth was at the uevil ; that he wasn't long for this world, if Mary lived, and the lleas continued to hop around at night. Mrs. Fleet told a Danville friend next day that Mr. Fleet provoked her so hunting fleas at night, that she sometimes told him she believed he was after wanting her to " Flee as a bird to .Mount Lion." lliey laughed and told her she was always saying some thing funny. Vickuburg Herald. A Discouraged Ktlitor, lie was a sad-eyed, meek-faced man, and we supposed he merely wished to give us a news item ; but when he commenced telling us about a building a barn on his ranch l'JUx 2S0 feet, seven stories high and ornamented with bay windows, we thought it was time to check him, and so we commenced: " Well, wc must admit that that is a pretty largo barn tor this country, bat back in the btates our tathcr built a barn Jloxzw leet, nine stories high und furnished with steam elevator; the " " Back in the States," interrupted our list ener. " Why, that wasn't much of a barn for the States. I remember now, that when I was quite young my father built a chicken coop 550x833 feet. I don't recollect how many stories it was high, but I know there was a cupola on it for the roosters." "About how high was that cupola?'' we asked. " I don't remember the exact height now, mister," was the reply, " but I know it was so high that the fourteen upper tiers of roos ters died from the effects of the light atmos phere the first night." Then we went out and sat down on the wood-iiilp and wondered whv somebodv was always outstripping us in the race of fife. t airplay (Uol.) Ixntinel. Dida't Know III HualneiiH. A well Known clergyman was crossing Lake Eric, many years ugo, upon one of the lake steamers, and, seeing a small lad at the wheel, steering the boat, accosted him as fol lows : " My son, you appear to be a small boy to steer so large a bout." " lcs, sir; but you see that 1 can do it, though." " Do you think j-ou understand your busi ness, my son ?" " ics, sir, I think 1 do." " Can you box the compass?" " Yes, sir." " Let me hear you box it." Boy boxes the compass. " Well, really, you can do it ! Let my hear you box it backward." Hoy boxes it backward. 4 I declare, my son, you seem fo understand your business." 1 he boy now toon his turn question asK ing. ' Pray, sir, what may be your business?" " I am a minister of the Gospel." ' Do you understand your business?'' " I think I do, ray son." " Can you say the Lord's Prayer?" " Yes." Say it." Clergyman repeats the Lord's Prayer. " Well, really, you do know it! Now say it backward." Ulcrgyman says he cannot do it. " You can't do it, eh? Now, yon see, I un dcrstand my business a great deal better than you do yours!" Clergyman acknowledged liimself beaten, and retired. i?AKAToiA Wit. Eli Perkins in a ikralo go letter to the fun, says: Speaker Blain met Sam Uox yesterday and said : " I tell you what, Sain, tluy had a close escape down there at the Iiranch, didn't they?" "Who wlintr" asked Sum. " Why, Nellie Grant and Surtoris jut es caped by the xiu of their teeth." "Escaped wnat, Blaine?" " Whv, they jnst escaped having twins." " You don't swy so, Blaine! How near did they come to it" exclaimed Mr. Cox. ' Why, they got within one of it, Sum," re plied the Speaker in the most impressive manner. "Ob more boy would have done it." An Eastern e&tnr stood up against a tele graph pole arttl io messages went over the wires-fur two Jays- It is next to impossible for lite public to get any news through liim. B mm Thtre is one thing that you may safely re cord in your diary; and that is, that no wo man as ever anxious to show to more than three or four of her most intimate friends an rticJe which she got at a dollar store. Nw and tbea we hear of aa instaucc in whicu a boy whips bis own grandfather;) but this usually happens only in an enier -i gency, as when the supply of boys who had the audacity t. contradict certain boastful: afntrmpnta In r- -.1 . -i . I .u njiuu ,u ,uc olu rt'nucuilin, i. exhausted. j in uic mailer or perseverance Hit snrl.l must learn s lessons from boys. A boy does not sink in etespair if the first burr he throws atanotb(r boy fails to stick; be keeps on with a ste.xly aim and a stoical Indifference to ill-fortune, and though be may have miss ed his mark a dozen times, be finally suc ceeds in decorating a pair (if trowsers ia lUe most sa'isftrv mnnnT. jilru) xttibmlsemtnts. THE 11 IOHT TO YOUR HOUSE (Jut at toon at you tend for it,) TO STAY WITH YOU One, Tw, Three Years, And Longer, if you don't abuse the Animals. (They ait very utroM), ami will keep so, without Ent infi anything either, ifynn trext them fairly) Last year everybody (Hid that C. M. CRAKDALL bad beat the world when be Invented the ,ACi:oilATS"-ano ao he did, and every one who has not had them must sure ly h:ive a box ot ACKOB ATS tlili year. But now this same C. M. Crandnll bu "been and gone and done It" he bag Beat ., thus: He has Invented a MenaKorle ol'Anlmala, and h palnta them In many color), and constructs them In Oil piece (O curiously that every piece will easily fatten toerery oilier pleii quite strongly, and thus you can change, and change, and change tbem Into httndreilii and thouwuuu of different animal and ammlng tlgnret that will pioduce ENDLESS FUN. If Ton ipend l.OOO JJAYH over them, you cannot make up all the carious things that are la a single me nagerie box ! They are Wonderful! The Menagerie contains an ELEPIIAXT, a CAMKL, GI RAFFE, ZEBRA, TOt'CVt.Vand tiORU.l.A. Vou will find In each Box a sheet, on which are printed several hundred small figures, all of which arc engravings from photographs of the funniest kind Imaginable, nil of them having been actually made with the pieces which form and hold up the six aulmals. MORE FUN ! All the pieces, und whole figures, ot (.'RANDALL'S ACROBATS lit nil the pieces and whole Pgures of this new MENAUlililK. so thnt nil who have the Acrobats, too, can oumhine them with the Menagerie, and thus have materials for Million of different amusing animals, figures, etc., etc. Price per Box. f .'. If sent by express, purchaser will pay express charges. FOll SALE BV OSMAX & HAPEMAX, Ottawa, Illinois. SUMMARY. I have a large and eompleto stock of Imtgs and Hook Iwout be beat In quality. I will sell at reasonauln price E. V. IHUUUS. IjiOR MAI. K. The subscriber offers for sale, on rva sonable trms, the billowing lands and town lots, situa ted In La Salle county, to wit: LANDS. lO Acres WV BWX of EV NEW Sec. 8 T. S?. R. S. : Acres- N. of canal) IWN K See. 17, 1 . 88. 11. S. WO Acres WW BWX Hnc. 27.T. M, U.S. UIO Aores-NWH Bec.W.T.fcl, K.8., TOWN LOTS Lots 5, 1, Blocks, State's Addition to Ottawa. Und Lot 11, Block 4, State's Addition to Ottawa. Lotal. t, S. 4,5,(1, , 10. In Block 7, State's Add. to Ottawa, Lots 8,, 10. 11. 13.1:1, il. il, l)tock 38. State's Addition. Lot 8. Block 86. State's Addition to Ottawa. Lot 13. Block 80. Ottawa Centre. The above wtll be sold for part cashdown, and the residua ontlmetosnlt purchasers. For further particulars apply to Albert F. Dow. Canal Office. Ottawa. Illinois. Ottawa My 188.-tf B. K.OOODKLL. " HOOD BOOKS FOR ALL." Works which should be found o eviry Library within the reach of alt readers- Works to en tertain, Instruct and Improve. Copies will be ent by return post, on receipt of price. NEW PHYSIOGNOMY; or.BIgns of Char- acter, as manifested through Teinnernmant and External Forma, and especially In the "llnmnii Face Jlvlr.." with more than One Thousand Illustrations. By B. K. Wells. 1'rlce. :. THE FAMILY PHYSICIAN. A Ready Preacrllwr and Hygienic Adviser. With Reference to the Nature. Causes, 1'revrntton and Treatment of DttMiaaes, Aocldents and Casualties of every kind. With atMossa ,ry and copious Index.. 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We are prepared to (lgureon all buildings or Jobs that may bu required, and uo the superlutvnueuce on same. tsT Parties naving p.nna and specifications to figure on would consult their own interests ny giving ua a can. COLWELL, CLARK & CO., Ma 18.1871. OTTAWA. ILLINOIS. JOHN STARE, AGENT NORTH AMERICAN coiiiFiisrY". Tke undersigned desires to announce that he Is still la the Llghtnlng-Kod business, and tnat he keeps a full stuck el material and II it urns, so that he can make any repairs on short notice should any rod get out or order. Believing that the community will pstronlre a resident dealers! 1 years' experience In this county, in preference to traveling canvassers, when they know that his Is the best rod ottered to the pnbllc, he Invites all to examine and compare his material bofore purchasing elsewhere. JOHN HTARK. July 31, 1873 !y Ottawa, 111. OSMAN &HAPEHAN West of the Court House, HAVK A I .AItCaK STOCK OlV PINE BOOKS FOR EVERYBODY. Popular Authors, in half calf. Popular Authors, in Morocco. Popular Authors, in Antique. Popular Authors, with Illustrations. Juvenile Books, in Sets. Juvenile Books, in Single Volumes. Toy Books, in Oil Colors. Toy Books, in Linen. Juvenile Histories. Works in Natural History. Fairy Stories and Fables. Books of Animals and Birds. Fine Quarto and Smaller Bibles. Large Print Prayer Books. Photograph Albums. Fine Writing Desks. Fine Work Boxes. Chessmen. Backgammon Boards. Toilet Sets. Card Cases. Pocket Cutlery. Fairchild's Gold Pens. All are cordially Invited te c all and casmf.e osr a ock. On.TIAN V IMPK1AM, ACENTS WANTED The Best Knife Cleaner in te world for 2S rents. Agents wsnted In every tows and county, bend Semis for sample and terms to KMFF f LfASe: ! ) .-11 U OI k.j, Utiaa a. 111. CDHTBACTORS ras LIGHTNING-ROD FORBES is Cor. of Court and Madison St reds, Ottawa, IUs, At this Establishment you will ant) a large and complete stovg ot Pure and Fresh Drugs and Medicines ALL THE NEW AND POPULAR PATENT MEDICINES. Druggists' Sundries. Tan koe Notions In great variety. Choice Perfumery, Hair Oils. Toilet Soaps, and everything naefn for toe Toilet tttand. The Paint, oil. Varnish and Artist Material stock Is the largest sua most complete In the count, Every tbloK that the Fresco, Carriage, House and Uiga fainter needs. Our elm Is to Sell the Best Goods at Prices to Please All. Prescriptions are Carefully Prepared of Pure Materials. OrtiQ Book & drug store of e. y. griggs 0 T5 South Sid of Would thank bis numercos Mends for their former liberal COMPLETE STOCK OF parent Medlelnes. Chemicals, OUi and Paints, Brushes patent Meaioines.vurun iftist. prescription .... n ... i... man taeztenalve. and Btted srswiu and a competent man to wait on tbem at aU hours, Good Ilrandl! "Wine. c, lor medicinal . i the l.rest this stile . M&rtianmu? BookTlMographles. Histories. Travels, Agricultural and Mechanical Hooks. Hooks tor Children an vSath B'aBooksVUuled White and bine Letter, l oolscap and Note Paper, Cap. Urawlng and Music Fapet Musslc -VTfes flutes, Acecrdeone. Violins, Flageolets, Clarionets, Plccolas,BanJos,Uarmonlums,Jwsharps, e 4c. heet Music, l5ote and bong Booka. Ifotlonsi.-Notlons of all kinds, too tedious to mention Call and get almost anything you want. nri.i..,le .nrt Itotftll.-1 will supply Country Merchanta and Physicians with small bills, at wholesale .nrtM cheat) as they can gel them la Chicago. I can do so because 1 am receiving them monthly from the Kas ernrttSsVrrem flrst bandi 2E 3EL "O" 3r MA IN STREET, (SU.UTH SIDE.) 1 important! keep oonstautly m rand, a larjre and Well atilecttui stork nt DRXJG8 CHEMICAL0. All be usw and tmpular PATENT MEDH-JNKS EXTRACTS AND SPICK VsrCnllnary Use. Pertnmery. RrusheN, and Fancy Artlrle lor the l ollrl. V aln OIH, Tarnlh. yindow ttlntt. Ac. Ac. Pur tic alar Attention given to the Compounding of rhyeioiana rrocripttna. JOHN MAN LEY Shelf, Carriage and Heavy Wagon and Carriage WO OD "Vi7" O Jrfc DKL No. 118 Main St., and 18 Mill Street, OTTAWA, nlyM. istt-tf WATSON, HARTMAN & CO., Maoulactarer of and Wholesale -' Dealers in WoodCoffinsaCaskets, OTTAWA. ILLS., Having started np In the old Eagle Works, are now pro pared to do all kinds of Wood Work, such as Jig Sawing, Planing, Sawing, Shaping, Moulding. Turning tn w ooa ivory. neh as House and Furniture Turning. Tenpln and Billiard Halls made aa good mm new. Tatite ana Btanu Legs on naaa. Also ltepalrlng all kinds of Furnlti!-e. All kinds of Wood Work tor Hunan lliilldera and Waeoa Makers done tip In the heat of style and at as low prices as any In theclty. Also a Ortnd btone for Heavy Grinding to let on teasonable terms. fW Leave orders either at the ofllre. 103 I.a Valle street, or at the f actory, east of the City Mills, and Uiry will re ceive prompt attention. .iiar to. ibij. wAiawn, iiAnias,i m IT mn PAY To buy Wall Paper and Window Shades at Osman & Hapeman s. Imiok AKiiiioii rit ipitijio or every description, done neatly, correctly, an at th nweat prices. Live us a call, and we will endeavor to gtv you entire satisfaction. O.SM A X A HA MM A A. West of Court Hooa '!' NTOCK lilt IKUKltM. A The celebrated Trotting II one Us Will rnnke the season of UTS at Wood's Stock Farm, adjoin ing th t air Urotiad, and at thai fcagle Mills on batirday autil further Botlce. apr.S HARTSHORN'S SELF-ACTING SH.ADE EOLLIwRS Xo Cords or Halanrc. !'' r Male - OSMAN 8l HAPEMAN. DOX.tl.! Mi:DH O.VU JAVKS JWTE. 3M)0UUAL & JOYCE, Artesian Well Drillers, OTT V V-A. HjIIOIN, Have had manv vear. f vrerleree tn Fen f Ivanl s .nl Can ada, aa wrli lllloaas. tn twirling Artesun Wr.ss. Ioa otVeadUrrsA. Ik4 1JM. swgll loo J's tap" 'GHEIVNG, Store. Q??? BAMAIUTAH, the Public gquaS. patronage and Invite the attention ofevei y body to bis large DRUGS AND MEDICINES. or sll kinds, Varnishes, Dye StuSa, Wlndo Vials, reriumery, Acc. Glnas from ilt m with choice and pure artleles. Physicians and custoa day and night. use, always on nana, as pure as can oe naa. aiysiocioi nfrhleun. eonslsrlnr In nart of School flooksof all the si tmeyiv.ea, . s.u.uuub. West ofLn Salle Streeu OTTAWA (LUNOIK ILLINOIS. THIRTY DIFFERENT COOK STOVES TO SELECT FROM. The Improved Stewart Cook and other Stoves, made by U best fHCtorles In the country ; nrtcrs from JJ to tn). The largest ae.jrtmeni of PARLOR STOVES irV OTTAWA. FORTY DIFFKItEXT STOVES. rillCKN 1'ltOM 8lt 8 1.. PUBITAOES, I'OIITAIIIit': A I1HICK, The beat and moat durable made. Prices from $ to M. Keglstcrs. Ventilators. Stove I'll, and a Urge awortmen; nt light and heavv Kheet Iroo, light and heavy t op per a no Tin al a ays on hand. Well Auger, omoke btacks' Boilei llreerhing, h.'evator Buckets, and all Kinds of Tinware an Have Troughs made to order. Charcoal also for Sale. H. SMEETON. Ottawa. OctoberlU M. A. 1IIIVSUAUK, BUILDING Contractor & Jobber. I'artles desiring to tultd orreoalrwlllfinsl U to Uelr interest to try oe. VHAnEI OP ALL SIZE9 ASO SHIM Constantly oa hand. Artie i nsf, IsT 8hoponColurnburstrei isrl o the Swing Bridge OUawa. Illinois. aagi! MODESTY Win not pevmit ree to say I have the beat rwmtvtto lra. la the world, rmt tney are as careful asl aseosap tent a aey in tlie state. Prescriptions put ap at all hour. Slcht etenr ran be (oand up stalra. 3d dooc to the left. . V. 4UUss- MONEY TO LOAN t have left with me 9 feral Tnoaaand TV liars to loaoos) taal et tate tmtrltv. n,r one nr mikrr rears STOTES&FDBNMES i July I.Mh.lTt.i. it W. BLSUXKLU