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OTTAWA FREE TRADER: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1875.
HOME MATTERS. Lot.nl Editor. If tliero lire any improvements or doHclfiioles notitculilo in the local tlepannent of the Fkee Tiudkii this week, it must be attributed to the fact that we have been without tbo uiljunct of a loeol editor. Our Mr. Miss took liis dUfliurjte a week ft;o, and henceforth la c)iar;rii with und assumes do responsibilities or functions In that ilepartiueut or the Fkeb Tkadkk. Wo have found him adept In tiie business, competent and eflkleut, and hope in the new field he proposes to enter he will find his labors more remuneru. tive to himself. ' , ' After the present week Eaton (i. Osma.v will take chnrire of the local ' department of this paper, whose enxiiiremeiits alone we shall hold ourseves responsible for ard make Rood In that department. Ilopinu he may receive the suuu ctUr esy that has hitherto been so kindly ac ct rd I by our business men to other represeuta tiviao' this paper, we commend bin to their friendly greeting and so fur as they have any use for him hope they will "put him tliruuKli." A Chans. To the nmhra tf' Hit Frkk Tuadku With the issue of Jhls number of the Fkeb Trader my connection with the most reliable weekly in the country as city editor ceases. Entirely satisfied with the rrunnjcement of the paper und alike uuduMjUlitfutions.tojU publishers. and. rcadurs, I am pleased to staU that my departure is vol untary and that wherever my lot may he cast I shall ever look back to my journalistic cureer in Ottawa with the greatest pleasure. To the reader! of the Fkec Trader I desire to say, in parting, that my efforts to furnish them a lively und enterprising paper have been prompted by no motive to harm, and if any have taken offense at my frivolous pleasantries, to them I say, "I am ready to be forgiven." In the future the place will he tilled by E. . Osmau, son of thuseulor editor, whom I cheer, fully Introduce to the readers of the Free Trader as one fully worthy of receiving every courtesy shown to me. In the belief that Ottawa will Vo my 'abiding place, and that at no distant day I may greet my many friends again on paper, I am, very respectfully. R. J. Bliss. lllh IU-icI mental lt-l'iiloii. There was an error of date in the announce ment in last week's Free Tuadeii of the pro. posed re-uuicn of the 11th Illiuois regiment at Ottawa. The date is October 27th, not Stith, as printed last week. ' , I The iirrancuieiits, we are warranted in stat ing, are so far perfected that noMilng but failure to attend can prevent the members from having u splendid time. The number already heard from and promising to f.ttem! (s largvr than was anticipated, and unless unforeseen accidents should intervene, there will he a good turn out The survivors of the regiment, ot course, arc greatly scattered. The regiment was made up from half a dozen different eounttct, and nearly the first in the field, its members, on account of their thorough drill and experience, were after-' wards sought after as officers for new organiza tions, so that, before the war was over, half a dozen of other regiments were supplied wrVh colonels, majors, captains, adjutants, Ac., from the ranks' of the old 11th. All these, 1i'6VeVcf gladly rccognlzo their connection wtVn nnd','td ing love for the old 11th, uttk wiM h&:i the re union. Hardware llrVfV. ..,.Tiie iiiaugiarjttion of the ftrm of M.inlcy A 8mep,tori, tu the harflw stovo and tinware business in tlsfs'city. Is an event to deserve a pass'in; notice. '0? course Mr. Munley's hard ware eUaf fiiiff'tnt has been one of the stand hy Invtitoisof Ottawa from the early days of Us vi!1':.f'!iOod. But for some years puet he had VtKMtlMicd the trade In stoves, tin and slicet-iron Varc and had closed his tin shop. The new firm S.il re-open largely in this department. Mr. meeton Is perhaps the best practical tin-smith in the west, and under his superintindei.c, this will become a leading ienture of the new firm. To meet the exigencies of such an addition to the business of the firm, Mr. Mauley hat erwW a large new building fronting on Mill street. joining his maiu buildiug and connected '?ti'U. The addition is 20 feet wide by dt. 'ttvo stories high with IS and Hi foot cci1ig. Tti'; upper part of the new buildinir wU te the tin shop and the lower part devote to Mr Iron, while the rear 70 feet of the wmln building will be surrendered to stoves. With th!e ch'a'nges, the store of Manley & Smecton will '1-e equal In extent to the largest retail hardware, stofe and tin establishment in Chicago, und its capacity In the tinning and sheet iron line, putting oh. tin roofs, Ac, will be equal to any 1 demand'our city or country urouud will be'ttfcbly to afrord for years. Ottawa Musical Union. Several of thi'tiost delightful entertainments given in Ott.-'.ust winter were concerts by the Ottawa "lUisleal Union. The Association has 'sli-pt dif'its lauiels aincc then, and has pretty tilnch falfcr'V-j pieces, but a call Is now issned for a tneelV: l the bascmeut of the Methodist church iftxt Thurs day evening to. re organize' The' Vrlon for the coming winter. All who tiave" Acy voices or taste for vocal music ought to 'o'.n It, for there is no ucconiplihhmcnt more usc'iV. and at the same time more graceful and' crramental than that of being a good vocalist. The Ottawa Father Mattjiew1" vUl Abstinence Society elected officers ou the evening of the M 'rsst., viz.: . , ., I Tresidcnt-J: T.' Eurkc Vice Preside ritTP. M.'t-r. ' ilecordinz SeW- Jam: Ford. Corresponding cc'y. V.'. P. Uenery. Treasurer M. F. C "Crowley. Librarian CharlcVHalloway. Assiftant Libraries -T. B. Kelly. Members of the ifor.rd of Investigation Mat ' thew McNamura Mil Peter Henneghan. Board of Finis-Lafayette Patailott, Mi.tthew Murray. - Old Settle" to tub Front The old set ' tiers of Lake nnd McHcnrr counth s will hold a joint Ke-unon and Barbecue In the village of ' McITcnry, on Thurtday next, the 14th inst. Hon. " John Wcntw-orlL, of Chicago, is to do the ora tion, and tlrvc oxen, roasted whole, together with etteU-it, are to appease the ai.ti4eS of the Lungwing thousands. The -tinmitte of ar rangements have spared neither pain rr ei ' jK-nse to Riaku this affair a grand succc. V. D. King, who has worked some time I.ee & Moore' drug store as a jeweler, lis re turned to Ottawa. He expects to go into ui neM theie with Li father. Yuririli .V.vnf. All the Juliet papers speaking of a rrcent er.li snap, spell It with a double d. "SasrrO a touch ing tribute to the memory of ?x-cm;re!oii Snapp. Overcoat! Overcoats!! TV bent In the c'.t iOI Hit UOlxj, t ttKrsi A tV?1 New Millinery. Mrs. Sophia M. Feeny, has opened a new mil linery establishment over the furniture store of Russell A Hon, on La Salle street, on the right hand of main stairway, second floor. Her stock of goods Is entirely new, and was purchased for cash M a slight advance on cost. She has ull of the latest styles in her liuc, and will take pains to show tUem to ladles giving her a call. She has employed m her assistant Miss Slunamoo, late witli the Kleth liio., Chicago. She feels conlldeiit that she can give her customers entire satisfaction, and therefore Invites the ladles of Ottiwa and vicinity to examine her stock and give her a portion of their patronage. Boys' clothing the best lot in the city for the money at Stlcfel A Co's, W'hlU Comer. I.a Salle Co. 8abluli School Convention, The annual meeting of the La Salle county Subbatb School Convention will be held at Sher idan on Wednesday and Thursday, Oct. 87th and 28th. Session commencing at 10 A. M. of Oct 27th. Free eutertalnment for all vbo attend. Township-officers are earnestly requested to report statistics of the schools of their town ships. Sabbath school superintendents are re quested to report their schools fully as soon as possible. All reports should be directed to the Secretary, J. W. Huett, Ottawa, 111. J. W. Huett, Sec. County papers please eopy. Novelties in head gear,Ju6t received at Frauk A Co's., tho clothiers, west of eourt house. , ; La Salle County Grange No. 61. A called meeting of the La Salic County Grange No. CI, will be held in Ottawa tm Friday, Oct, 15th, at 2 o'clock I. m., for t lie transacting of general business und to'coufer the 5th degree. Br Order op the Gbanoe. Geo. A. Trie, Sec. t Fins. Tuesday morning ubout 9 o'clock, amid a drizzling rain, our people were aroused by the alarm of Are, und it was soon discovered that the Stone Block, on the corner of Main and Colum bus streets, was. on Are In the Si story. The city team being a mile away employed on street labor, the steamer was rather slow In getting to the ground, yet got to work In a reasonably short time, and soon got such. control of the tire as to save the building without muterial damage. The rooms of the lower stories, however, were occu pied, the corner room und story above, by the harness establishment of Strohel A Gondolf ; und the next room east, below and up stairs, by wagons, buggies, fixtures, and materials, of Hill A Fornihals, wagon makers. The destruction of the building being at first imagined as inevita ble. the chief damage was done In hastily clear ingout the goods of these flVma. Of course, a; lid the excitement, no sort of care was ob served, and while no articles were lost except by theft, the damage to tho goods of Messrs. Strobol A Gondolf cannot be less than 1,(K)0; while the goods of Hill A Fornihals, though less seriously damaged, al?o suffered very coUbiJeru bly by their hMy eiettmctit. The fire sorted IW box of straw, used for studlnsr colli !. i We had been no lire near it anytime, H hf it should blaze out iu such an tinaci'oimt.'tile way is a mystery. ttii Jb both of Strohel A Goiv.loir and of Mr. 5ttfh!, the owner of the building, i fully covered by insurance, . A full supply of the new kinds of school Kwl;s can be. found ut Osninn A Ilapemun's, Ohitiakt. We are pained to nelK'e.'in the obituary column of the Chicago fTM-Vof Thurs day, the death or Rev Bonn C'oMfcrth, 'formerly of this city. It occurred ut h's Kffii'i'ln the town of Luke on the 5th Inst, F.Kk 'Coleman was for a number of years pastor of "tllo Baptist church of this city, the pcrld'incWfllVrg the trying years or the rebellion, Snrtn VK'eh'his efficiency as a friend oHils emintrYe rf?. 'Specially or tho sol diers Jiid thvirsufl'or'fa'fr.ilies wus ever mark ed and consriieuoiHc Ho1 was above mediocrity s fiulpit Or!!tor,'V.iH"fn' the six or eight years his piistcfftrtelftire flused a feeble and scuttcr i church, wffrM'.t'.-f' decent place or worship, to Tlrit rank WHh 'the' denominations of our city, leaving ther.'?r. possession of a church worth f(.H), freedom debt. His health admonishing hlm to'qfi'.yrcuching, he went to Chicago and elvgagM In "business, but alHieted with an in etirtlV disease, his constitution finally succumb en, ttt'S his friends ate called to bow in solemn su"bV;ssVon to the divine behest translating him to flj3uctter world beyond. ''X'hesh lot of ladies' French kid button boots just' opened, at Child A Pbipp C. M. Catlin resignes his position as Teller of the Savings Bank und returns to his old place as Secretary of the Ottawa Starch Company, Wil liam II. Barnaid succeeding him as Teller In the Savings Bank. Mr. Barnard is well known to most of our business men from his having held a position for four or live years in the National City Bank. Both are cxr. llent young men aud evidently '"the rit'lit men in the right place." . , Good spring wheat Hour, fl.00 per hundred pound:-, ut Wood's Eat'le Mills. ' MSB The Ottawa Starch Factory, which has been lying idle for a year on account of the short corn crop last year, has entered the market as a buyer of new corn, of which the crop Is enormou. Enough will be bought for u year's work, and operations will be resumed with a large force at the factory about the 1st of November. Good spring wheat flour ".'K) per hundred pounds, at Wood's Eagle Mills. To day being the Jewi.-h day of Atonement, services will be held In the hall of the German Odd Fellows from !l o'clock a. v. U 6 P. M. Our merchants of the Jewish persuasion will close their doTS during the day until 0 o'clork in the evening. Jud'C Cuton's new hook." A iiinmer In Ni wav ." U fur sale at Omii.ui A ILipemaii's book tocc. Hon. F. II Kale aud Arthur WinJet i, F.S't, of Chicago; Ms). Nolton, of the Chicago A Alt. It- R.; H. C. Ander-oii, Canal .'ommiswIoiHT, and J. J. S. Wilson, Superintendent of the WesVrn Union Telegraph Company, tff 37s&nir the ar rivals at the Clifton vesterJav. CiKtriT Coi'kt. The Octrr term of the Zm Salle County Circuit Court heffin next Monday. At the flrt week it nnmlly V.yotel to thancery buinen, the petit Jury '.U rot be etllcd until the folluwinx week. The rrand Jury, liowcvcr, i'.l coninicuce l: "yrau2 iiiquusl" DtKt Monday. The editor of t!i? Orua Tirpttb1.' n mule a rxiwirful appeal t reptjblicaDS t "rally" at the csucuii-s aatl coeventioa to fciruionte him for the ottce of County Tre!l9UnT; hitli rery absurd thtDp. of eoore, thevihl not lo, but' instead they nominated Col. fcortiil. The CV.l'Dt 1 la an hnct ra and the party bas anc well, hut Rymnnd t iet' t rr-elect-vX. EirUilif J'rnifCiifL Chicago Post and Mail Messrs. Taylor Wlllard, who owned the bulk of the stock of the Chicago rot nud Mail, have sold out the con eern to A. E. Edward, at present secretary of the Protection Life Insuiunco Company, of Chi cago. Two years ago Edwards was removed by Gov. Bevcrldge from the wardunshlpof the pen! tentiary at Joliet, a position to which he had then appointed by Gov. Palmer, aud which he hud Oiled for several years with marked ability He had formerly been publisher of a newspaper in Curlinville, III. Hull's balsam has saved the lives of thousands of valuable citizens, who, but for it would have been in untimely graves to-uuy. Jt is a certain remedy for couifhs. colds, consumption, and all diseases of the throat and respiratory organs. It never rails. Price, f l.uu per uoiue. From Marseilles. Marseilles, Oct. 7tli. On last Friday evening qlute a number of ourcitizcDS met at the Congregational church to take into consideration the establishment or a musical union for the full and winter months, under the leadership of Prof. HarJ nson, of Ottawa. .The following onlcers were elected : Tiesideat, W. W. Johnson ; Sec retary, John Clark; Financial committee, John Cowles, W. . Barnes W. II. Harrison. It is the intention of the Professor also to start a rudimental class In music for new be ginners. ' Those who did not get up early enough to see the eclipse on the 28th of last month say they will net rest easy till they sea whisky eclipsed in Marseilles next spring. Borne ot our leading citizens ore moving for the establishment of a public library. Why not sell or ship some of the "mineral water'' that belongs to the Marseilles Iltrakl, and raise money in that way? Everybody is talking about that man who went from here ana represented himselt in Chicago as a Philadelphlan. ' Rev. A. Z. Laing, pastor ot the Universalist church here for about five j'ears, wc under stand will leave us about the first of next month. The sewer in the rear of Main street thai was destroyed by the flocd ought to be re paired before winter seU In. Last evening there was another row on the streets. Cause, crooked whisky and other business irregularities. Weapous, fists and stove legs. The ladies of the Universalist church in dulged in a sociable and oyster supper at Oc cidental Hall last evening. Married At the residence of the bride's father, Jas.il. Matlock and Miss Ida I. Dean, Jjoth of Marseilles. Dan Titkeu. liuM.VN SaLiva Kills Snakes. The Mari etta (Oil.,) Journal was told by u gentleman the other day that hUmatt spittle was as dead ly to rVniWnotis shakes as their bites were deadly to man. He fays that While picking up a bundle of straw and Irtish Uuder his arm, while clcatiiug ti Held, a rattlesnake, four Puet long, crawled out from it and fell to tl ground at his feet. He at once placed uts heel on the head of the snake and spit in Us mouth. Shortly afterwards tho snake showed symptoms of inactivity and sickness, and he picked it up by its tail and carried it to the house and showed it to his wife, telling her lie had spit iu its mouth and that it was poisoned. At the expiration ol fifteen min utes the snake was dead. To further expert ment, lie came across a blowing adder (snake- which ejected from its moutli a yellowish liquid. He caught it and spit in it.- mouth, and it died. He caught another blowing, and it refused to open its mouth. He spit on a stick and rubbed the spittle upon the adder's nose, and It died. Afterwards lie came across a black snake, regarded as not poisonous, and he caught it and spit in its mouth. In stead of the spittle killing the black snake, as it did the poisonous reptiles, it only made it stupidly sick, trom which it recovered. This conclusively shows that poisonous snakes have as much to fear Irom the spittle of man as man has to fcur from their deadly bites. The Polar Hear s Cunmno. According (o the Esquimaux the seal constructs its abode beneath the surface of the ice In uhcIi a manner that it can enter it from the water below; here the young seal passes its infancy, nnd when the returning heat of summer has destroyed its igloo or dwelling the young seul is old cnoilgh to take care of itself; but this mode of lodging Its youth beneath the ice is well known to the bear, who, w ith his keen scent, soon detects the whereabouts of the seal's nursery, and in order to gain entrance, makes a spring aud comes down heavily on the top of the igloo, crushes it in, And imme diately seizes the young seal with its paw. Mere it might ue pupposca the hungry bear at once devours its prey ; but no, it is tar too wary to do so; it knows full well that where a baby is there must ot necessity be a moth er, and that she will be iu search of her dar ling; therefore the bear scrnpes the snow away ironi the seal hole, and holding the your.g seal by the flippers allows it to tloun. der about, and when the mother approaches the bear slyly draws the young seal toward it until the old one ts within reach, when he seizes her w ith the other paw, aud thus cap tures uoll. i Some forty years ago Thomas Emerson,! President ol the indsor (V'.) bank, was sus pected of robbing it of about f"it),K)0, the loss of Which caused (lie institution to fail. (le wis tried, found guilty, und confiiii in Windsor jail for many years. ():i Thursday, ii'H. 2, as Colonel Harlow was removing ii'u old brick own In Ms house, which ws 1'or nially occupied by the cashier, Kuirtdg, In discovercl somen here between $40,K) and fSO.iiOO of the missing money in a brick vault under the oven. The pcopleof Windsor now believe the cashier toon the money instead of Emerson. "The aluiijjhty jirobleni is to tnake a living without working," us a mau anid when he shouldered a slcrcoplicon and slaried for the couulry. In Uition to his nior:i thiA- and li-ctuie he circututed counitrfeitt i'cuncncv. jThe jroveTirment -feetrn hlui now. P.ltUC:.llN(JS C1T- 'Ol'''IL. (OITIflAI..) KcKular Mm I;. Tii4MAt Evening, Oct. 5ih. 1"7 Prci"it Mayor Swift, Aldcrtiirn Wi-t. "mitli, Carv. Colwell, Kins, Brown, McCrnni", Jrk) il, M;iU- S Hul.au and lirittith. On motion f Senitn, the radi- l tl.- i.iUi- ut. of lust niectitijr wis dUpm-.! d ith. IVtltinn of J:dm 1 FlicK el .il., f.r the aptmint- tni tit ol Ihoniitft Brri.imu s. ',11,1 j olii -nimti ill fourth ward a pwsrnted, aed-on motion H recciTcd. On unlin nf Cury, Thun.a f !r n 1 1 n uu; pointed niiiht policeman iu four;h wrd. Ave Wet, Onrv, Colwell, Klnj, Rrown mid ;r!tritfi-'i. Njvj Smith, MrCtt'iis. J. Vrl', Matc ni ho jun!. On niorvr. of K"r., hi Krrr . oj'tio:i wai fix ed at V per l -on Mi Retrt of r! tiirn. t-lmwinif the receipt of i:il. T'ilicc fine fir the inart..r endiiiif K pU l'th, r76, wot pre'-T:te.l, and on tu.tiou of Smith w receird anl p':icl or file. l?tc rereij t of tv, ti.,1 l f.V In IImt -rr. formed, making a total of 11,500 collected upon poll tax warrants lor me year isto. Liquor liccnso bonds of Jus. Hoban and Harry M. Boaweii were presented, ana on motion up proved. Liquor license bond of OTonner & Carroll was presented, ana on motion or Smith v .eferreil to license committee. On motion of King, the matter of laying drain tile from the entrance or the alley on uorth side oi hiock tony eignt, suaie s Addition to Uliawa, to Pine street sewer, was rcrerred to street and ullev committee with power to act. On motion or Cary, a sneelal committee of three was appointed with authority to contract with the lowest and best bidder for a wooden swing bridge over feeder on Columbus street, similar to one over leader on Marquette street, Committee Cury. Klnir and Jekvll. On motion of King, the committee on lire dc- Sartroent were Instructed to purchase six ton of rlur HiU coal for steam tire engine. un motion or Mcumnis, the street and alley committee were instructed to build a suitable guard to prevent teams from railing Into ravine on laton s bill. On motion of noban. the Mavor wis autho ized to return cancelled to Geo. H. Kugg, tax sale certificates on his prouertv ror tltv tuxes, in 1U1I OI I11S Ulll OI : On molion.the Msvor was antharized to return cancellea to Charles Pattiman. tax sale certifl ettcB mi ma progeny ior cuy taxes, ana oroer cier. 10 issuu oruer ior ualunce or Lis mil oi JU over the amount on said certificate. On motion or Jekvll. the following narties were ordered paid the amounts set opposite their names, being Die amount ct their bills less two aoiiars eacnvor pou tax due city: James Qnlnn ; $ 0.00 John Collins .00 E. Harver-omltu .0.00 Christ Krelger 8.00 Matthew Mcwaniara 10,00 John Dunavan 10.00 James King 00 James Smith.. 27.00 James Fox 10.00 Timothy Leary lo.OO OrvilT. Weseott 10.00 J. H. Fisher 10.00 Thomas Brennan 34.00 Michael Ahem..... 10.(0 Patrick Whalon....... 10.00 8. K. Helmick 10.00 J.N. Harrington ; 10.00 M. L. Chamberiln 10.00 Adam Wise 10.00 BILLS OHDKHED PAID. John Murphy ft 11.00 Wm. Butler n.oo John Fennell , n on Til I 1 1 . . 1 ' . . .. . . lucnuru waiey ll.OU Ance Wiley : 12.00 Robert l.'arrington n.oo C. 11. Ward lo.OO Patrick Daley lo.OO J.J. Warner 1-jOO Thomas ttarner 12.00 Charles Bowers IjJ.oo Henrv wymun 12.00 Justun Harris (rorfattcrson) 32.00 rranK rrosi J2.00 Brsden Drake 13.00 S. Jennings .. 13.7 .. 30.35 .. 22.08 .. COO .. 10.(X) ..100.27 ..llW.li .. .'m.50 ..170.40 .. ItS.OO . . 5.00 .. 50.00 .. 3.00 .. 2.00 Win. lieu Strawn it Powell John Murphy Peter MiMer Colwell, Clark & C .. Louis (iagel A. B. Lowe Ottawa Gas Co J. F. Kiordun, Esq John Nary,. ,.,,,... Patrick Feoban George Weiss Henry Wilfehr John Schaller A. Ackcrnmn Kdward Moore Geo. W. Dow Justus Harris Jerry Maker Augustus Smith Henry C. Monroe W. B. Hall . . 2.00 .. BOO .. 200 . . 2.00 .. 5000 .. 50.00 .. 15.00 .. 15.00 .. 50X0 Jas. Aslicr 4tl.(K) .T. F. Courtney 35.00 Robert Burnett...- 35.00 l'cter Wcleh...... 3:1.00 M. Y. Moody 31.50 Colwell, Clark A Co 10.52 Win. Norris 45.SH Vatrick Cliirord.., 31.50 Owen Shea i 30.75 .Tohn I'cnncll...., 23.50 Robert Lowe 10.13 Michael Kelly....! 7.K7 Thomiis Klviin 4 87 Thomas Mahony.l 13.X7 Job. l.k j... 14 3li Dan'l. Cahill 4.:l On motion, ndjoirncd to first Tuesday In No. venibcr, 175. J. F. Courtney, City' Clerk. I N 1 KI'KNDKNT CA N 1)1 DATIO. We are autlioilzfd to announce the nama nf DAVID WALKEK ai a candidate fur the offlM cf Contity Treasunr. InOttavm. of dropjr, 8eptcmtprr 2tih, 1R.S, CAItltlB l dau;litcr ol W. II. A il. A. .Manton, .Red Hi jkmiii-, Itft, our dear one, tut Id pc, Tbe race thou well didst ran. Thy memory we'll cherish here,- The crown Itaon, inre, hut won; Ai thou dldit mike rtquent. to m7 We all, to duly glren, ' And follow In the way tliot tint M, At iMt meet ibve In HMWn. ". J.S i fleu) SITJbettfjstintntJS. Hotary Base Burner FOR oOFT tOAIi Took the First Premium at the Illinois State Fair for 1875. Fir Sals ill mn OET fcj HABERLIN BROS ON MAIN STREET. Ortotof Mb " J. MANLEY. 1840. 711" TVTX TWT. n Scci'F.ssoks TO tT. Manley,) DBALBES IIST SHELF ME&WY Iron and Nails, Wagon and -Carriage Wood Work, AND EVERY VARIETY OF PARLOR & COOKING STAVES, PORTABLE & BRICiL- RAXGES, PORTABLE .& BRICK FURNACES, . . - For using SoftCoal, II ard Coal and Wood. 1 full assortmcHt of Registers, Stove & Furuaec Rejiairs, Sheet Iron, Copper & Tin .always 011 Land. Yc are prepared to manufacture all kinds of SHEET IRON. COIWfL AND TIN WARE, SMOKE STACKS, BOILER RREECIIINO, Wdl Augers, Iron Shutters, and all kinds of Heavy and Light Job Work in Shall Iron and Copper, No. 118 Main St, oc, OTTAWA, C00I, IIWES & DUFFY INL t CENHCUll! U W. II. W. Cl'Sllil VJX. -;T f V?.'--'?--"-rr?-5?'?ii-i" .-i'-,'I---V-.V rr- "-. n FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, Corner of Clinton and Lafayette Sts., Ottawa, Ills. Special attention will be given to the msnufacture ot ll kinds of Brassy- Item Machinery or Castings. Oui facilities for doing first-class work, at tho most lit aI prices, are unsurpassed by any establishment In the west. One of the leading features of our Establishment will be the mnufacttirh.x axl repairing of Mill forks, Farm Macmnery & IfflplBmBms;: Persons givinar us orders can be sure) of having their work done as.wdered. anv." 1 finished at the time wcro upon. The patronage of those needing jiry, tfcinj: iVar - line ts solicited. Ottawa, May 8th, IK5.-U CARRIAGES ID BUGGIES: Wo have constantly on liand, in addition 6 Wagons Uiifrgles of every style, such as Dcinomats, i'hiWimt, Open and Top Huggics, and will niawnlacturc to wjrdrr Carriages and Ituggies of every desired style, witli Uter BEST Sarvei? Patent Wheels or heels of our own 4L2&e. We will not be excelled iu Neatuess nor Durability F work, and will sell for as low ilzurcs as irood. relfab?e work can be furnished at. chasing elsewhere. HILL & FORMHALS, May 9-tf New Opera House Iloari open tT-Cr.T.ai' i.ce at I. TWO NIGHTS ONLY. Wednesday Thursday, Oct. 1 3 & 14 FRANK MAC EVOYS cm.KIIUATED NEW HIBERNIGON! And IrMi Comrdy Conipany. tr The followlnr fpii!ir ti., will ipprtr'.a h'jti! uuadoe bU eirotrttliiuol: W. F.LAWL'iK, MiSFLLIK HATtS. FMVL.KSK. 1A .XA.Sd. M KA TE B YhXKS. tMI!. A Ht S, Sli" KATK KKILLir. t RA SK MAC ft ' I". W. tUAS. lAlin.kt xil driw Vt roti.lirrr .n.rml Admtulas Sue I Cbilln - irrrrd wMiim t Hu-or. Brt". Kw MATINEE THURSDAY. Door opna at tv-Curi rm 1 JO. M nt I ! IT--e.-.ajiU,2ic. CXMtrn. tt NKTTI.K.M ITIjiiti or I rtiiui k L'okBX.t T. ti-i -N..IU- ' twrli urn to 1 prrn lotwl in taiilriitatx. I nt wntum conarlir. Alnrur of tan at Mid fa'nek mrily.it- traard. arill appfar lioir Mr oun 'an of tarr uri:T i I a Halw and Hi'f n) liMuum. ar tltrCoun'r ".Min Nou--ai tniawa. In at rMatj. oa MadT. tt ?nf't 41 ( Sinrmlm a. n. r r Ihr urpow.l rroU-j1n an rMiirt m Ma pturrrri.ara U admiaaKraUoa aatd m- taw tor tat final trtt.riaact. Pa-4 at Ottawa ltUaJT p OrtbT t. irrvr: It. A VrX-AtTR. A4Jn:.t"r. J . m- Caia'j Cur-. La -'lc Co, IH. rtH II, SMEETOJfcv rj tr and 18 Mill Street, ILLINOIS. COOK, HKWKS A: J)UM, . Come and see before pur 5 3Iain Street, Ottawa, Ills. A RARE CHANGS FOR FARMERS. F(!l KAIT IK UOECAL TtltVi 960 Acres ol farming land. la nnr plot. In Uroakiitlil. L.S.w . o wj. ka.'wa at ? Wal Farm, noa aviari hf Mr S. M. KiliX Il,-jrir ahoot tlx Dillrt Iron Seuea,oa tac ca3 ant r!:r Tha land ! well fenced, aa J an.Sor a T :jib tate arrSrca tloD. and equal In Quality for oirn aa.. o-hrr rof N a land Id tat connt j or Ut. t' ' f!!t'af rte1r arr ploti. a.id tar CHOICE of llirm ay t U I fw arrr. A tmtll drtnctioa from tbla pr.ce tor t a a at fl to on putcha-. II not Mil !.jr V:-'vr !ll kor br to IraM Iroio Marh Ut. Dxl ApplJ F. A. S1IKKW00B, oota llltawn, Utlnota. R. THORNTON. ciry auctioneih, No. 14 Court Street A tBrral tt-TT, foil of all aorta of eorJM. W!t j jria r-l H. It. HAiLM K. a cttmtr Aftoi". aaW ,Ut'. 'n it t. ranurr' it r.i aalta . 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