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OTTA WA FKKKTKADEK: S ATUKD A NOVEMBER 27, 17.
ft THE OOUBTS. Circuit Court. Jurini; the past wick the followlm; discs were rtrf-iosoil of: COMMON LAW. . i"lirubctli Collin v. William Collins. Ajical. Jurv Uitl Verdict for defendant. John Rlurruy vs. Ed ward Mclnliill. Appeal. Uisniifcd by rl.'fi-ndailt. k-.-nrm.tf Si Swurtcblld vs. Osrur F. and Fred .'nine. Two ciisos. Appeal dismissed ly nift-ce went ?fi'tirv Hull vs. tlie Vlllajw of btrcalor. Cast'. j-ltiit dismissed. 'Che National C'ity Iiauk of 'Ottawa vs. Mary "Msiioiii'V. Assiiiiits;t. Conft-stltin, Damn-res JiliJ.S'". Oscar Taylor vs. Jo'an Stark. Assumpsit. Con Jessica and judgment, for $'.11.45. ' John S. Mitchell va. Christopher Itailuy. Ap I'cal. Verdict for defendant. Brown vs. Cushmau. Keplcvin. Verdict for jtlaiutitl. Damages, one cent. cH.ixcr.KV. rjliarpctitier et al. vs. Ai'jlo ft Itopoit of Jomnilasioners approved and decree of sale. Clara T. Edge-out et al vs. Itenjauiln K-i-rcoml) ;t al. Report of Master approved and decree. Julius J. Carter et al vs Hannah Carter. lie- ree. Town of Ottawa vs. H. A. McCal-b. IiiJuiic lion. Motion fur injunction sustained. "Mattlilosen & Hegclcr Zinc Co. vs. The North irestorn Coal and Iron Company of Im Sallo and Edward D. Taylor. Injunction. Motion for In junction. Temporary order restrainiii.s, defend .unts from mining. (Cmir' d:chaiod the jury on Wednesdaytvon. "ns. Brown, for u-e of ite., Vs. I iishtnan, No. lit;1, ."tw, was the last ease tried by jury. The court will I'C in session during next week for the pur- 5.s: of hcarinj; and dcterininincliaiiecry cases, luit there will be no forced call of the chancery wk.'kct. I'm Judfje then goes to Bureau Co. ft'ircuit Colli1.' opens hero nuln in Jan. ISO. rooate Court. W,V. lleiiirv, lidniinistrator dc bonis nun of tf-; cstato of Miehr.ci Kyan, deceased, vs. Jere laiiih J'yan, et al. Petition to sell real estate to T-.ay dtbtts. Decree rendered. Final ruport of accounts in the fftate of Win .iU iney, approved and ordered to be recorded. 2'ctition for sale of ehattle property at public ;ile in the estate of Andrew If. Anderson, de - ttcd, iilod. I'rayer of petition granted. Martha J. 1'enning, guardian of Carrie Slocum, a minor, jtresented a report of accounts of her aarci s estate, which was approved and ordered In be recorded. I'll) ice Court. l olice active- or rather bad whisky rampant Lhis week, and Judge Leavens' Court on Mon- .'ay morning lar-t presented an animated scene. Ou elShcr tide tut the "b'hoys" of the night be fore, with black eyes still full of mud, and hair full of straw, trying to sj it tobacco juice over Jhe floor when thick, dry lips and tongues per mitted, litre they sat mourning "the days gone 5y," ocea-ional!y turning with anxious eye to I'nc Squire to sec how hh eye looked. It looked wiH, he c idctitly meant business. "Henry Pu 71111, my boy, how isthls!" "I'nderthe baneful in Cuencc of the iutoxlcatin' bowl, your Honor." ""Il'in, make 1t light, $:i and costs." John lhib ".jit Uittj. .las. Cunningham. "Yes, Jimiiilc, yon are mighty cunning, but your hams went back &b 5011 tliia time." Slow music: $: and costs. .J'atrick Murray came next. I'at is evidently a granger. He c;.nie In with his hair full of Btrnw anil his f.n i; peeled by a threshing machine ap parently, but he said he only "fell down." Win. Koach, another granger also "on if on Sunday. T l had come to town to see the gas burn, and tli'lsceit bum in tho calaboose. Ho left his nol for t'-i and co4i, and went home a "sadder tiut a wiser" granger, convinced that gas was a "tieiftiy fiaud," and that the ways of Ottawa "rail-fences'' are past tlnding out. Tliesam'' magistrate examined, yvfterdav.Jolin ftwu, charged with stealing chickens from Vt. . Fredman, an 1 released him on ids proinisiiii .f.i leave town. 'svi ntu I.ahkin's iou: t wia "'jiiiet." Jas. Keilly i-reuted a rlllle mi T.I"m!iv. His wife's ccuisiu's mother-in-law ii.tA diet' ::i the South Pea Island, mid he felt so jolly over it, that he "celebrated," and got go ju tr.lHut that mi officer "took him in.'' The Sipiire (a fed him $:! and costs, and beinir out of funds, if ir took up lodging in the Hotel de Mclutirc. fora Vw davs o'llv. llll-leks. 1 wiin a bcuutcoil m. iid, Ur rattier thought 1 had; Put when I u-ke.l her dud ile Kot so thiuuieriu' mad, I felt afraid. And when rlie bade lue. " stick," did: but with a Irown He snatched me by the crow n, Aui yanked me up anil down, And then " uustcd (Uiek. Sir JltiriiHiiluke. The " Three ('races "Ira, K. I)., and Jacob. It i characteristic for great minds to look af. lev 'til the miuor details of i-reat plans or pio-jvt--, and it was this idea that caused President Arrant to take such care in this ThauksgU ing uisiiiei-8. One of our clergymen gave out lust 'fcauVy the noticg that there would be union frvicus-on J hunksgmug c.ay .-ian church, "in iiecordauce lit the I'resbyte wlth the 1'rcri- .fieat's iri l imation !"' The weather i lovely and fir, with an at mosphcrc as pure as the mountain uir. How': :.h.-lV "lc . Vo by his biz. would rise, must either bmt r advi r'.ie. Sobnituu Th'-re arc tinita when men must do desperate 'hins. It is hard wheu one has a good joke squelched, or a Latin fuotation chawed up, or a news item riddled with manufactured names, ly the "enlightened compositor," to kill him with (-b".e)Vfoot; but he has tome aatinfaetion in the knowledirc that a printer never tri ts Into Jhc hell-box 'nor eat paste or roller-composition ItV lit lit a. It is claimed by our temperance j.eople that -when the snake were banished from Ireland they took refuge jn Ottawa " forty. rod." There tcuot have been a fearful pile of 'cm, for they turn up every now and then. But then the plagury yUiuig breed mighty fast, so that when a fellow -l!owf " stone-fence " lie's never ure how -caaoy he'll have ttand in a month or two. We never heard, outtide of the Sunday aehool bocks, that the Lrd kept a bakery, but the j-jcstion rie, how do all our M'cawbera who Joa around town get their " daily bread? The eight are getting too cold for hanging on lie gate, to If te don't Invito you in, you can tuedie ap your iniad that aome otbcY fellow hai be Uirt of jou, and that you are not wanted ot'xJc. There 1 nolliing Iik the cburchca for ineul atinK koo& moral principle and aober hablta. cUy 3 vt J louil diiala oc w&J, not coaatUig tho " quiet limes" up In the third ntory. J.o.on must have been about Noah and "his new wine," snd the " l-'lioy " anxious to Know " how it was themselves." They found out that though the story didn't say anythiii'j about Sijuiro Leavens' beinir there to he was on hand this time, Piiitfinjr his favorite hymir of " three dollars and eosWit pretty lively music, too. ' Union Is not always strength " said a feloi l fer on ThaiikSL'lvlii!r. as he saw the bar-keeper nixin;r old Hourbon and hot water. Is there a country editor in the world who can speak favorably of a new paper and not wish It success, or say, "Here's our ;-'.' n mere i Iiarniiui wants him. i. 1 timv t hi' voire of the sour kraut is smelt in the laiiu. One of our compositors "tfot stuck" Thunks'-iv. in-day morning on a "take" headed "Whisky Trials." The "head "set him to thinking and he tliunk and tliuuk. Then ho exclaimed in a whisper as he put on his coat, "That's in.'." ami went out. If anybody can f;ive us any informa lion conecrnina; him, they will relieve an anxious and alllicted " sub." Who is short of "sand "about this walking business, anyway? The New Vohk Oiisekvki'. This best of fam ily newspapers is as fresh ami iinerchiinir, no in its tifty tlnru year, as ever ueiore ; mm, mm-ru. we think it more so. It letters alone are worm more than the subscription price 01 xnc paper. li r. t.ml in ti nil oilers of urcuiluins, piciures, Ac and sends to its putrons a splendid family newspaper c the largest dimensions, containinir all the desirable news, religious and secular, and an endless variety of leaning lor youtijr ana otu, nil of which is pure iinrt coon, j-.vury lamuj should have it. For specimen copies, address S. Prime fc Co., New oik. Single copies for sale, and sul.-criptions re ceived, liy Osinan Si Hapeliian, Ottawa, 111. From Marseilles. M.vnsKti.LKs, Nov. Cotfi. (uiie a litlhiber of our citizens are going out on the cxctn-Mon liCJt Tuesday, to Ilartou eountv. Anion? the number are jaeous and brother, also H iritiJ IVed.one f the old est settlers of this county, who goes tlu rewith bin family to remain permineclly. The yield of corn is turning out in weight inriTer tbnn exneeted. ami in bulk much larger. The yi-ld will be one of the largest for years. "Hoe" expresses himself displeased with your correspondent's statement, and offers a reward of -jtf.O1) for the detect Kn of Dan Tucker, rftihl or alive. e never envy the smiles or frowns of anybody, and will will ingly retract anything that is not so, yet we never make a charge of that kind that we are not able to stuml. Stolen from the premises of Charles Hobert, on last Tuesday evening, nbouteleven o'clock, a large bay mare, which was traced as far as ticnecn. There is said to be a reward of $ 10 for tho recovery ol the horse and $50 for the thief. This makes the third horse stolen from Marseilles and vicinity, within a recent period. Prof. Holmes' Coramerclal School is meet ing with every evident sign of success, lie has recently commenced teaching a night school, and from pieseut indicatiwos it isdes- lined to become one of the permanent institu tions of Marseilles. The oyster supper ncJ oociable giveu at the residence of Mr. Ira Cogswell, on last Friday evening by the members of the (. K. Divis ion, was ono of the most pleasant and enjoy able ull'airs of the season. The yo'jng folks of the place assembled there and all seemed to enjoy themselves highly. Tl.e oysters were the best that could be had, caught ex ueisly for the occasion, and tho whole alTair passed oil' pleasantly. Two young men of this jdaco were deter mined to have a little fos. on last Sued ay, and with Unit view started for Seneca, wiiere they pertook loo freely of mineral water. That's the reason oyster cans and brick huts flow around so lively for a while Sunday afternoon. The llrrnltl has become n real local news paper, and the call for it is larger than before. Mr. tSeorgc not only publishes a creditable paper, tint labors energetically ftr the ad vancement of the city. The (lypscys have left tw, taking w ith them the surplus funds of the simple minded. The building formerly kuiavn as the Xicols Hotel, dltuated south of the railroad, lias been changed into a police station. Prof. Sloat has given up thw salioo in the Seminary, and the scholars disbanded. His prolits were $100 out of pocket. i. VY. Dow has bought a five acre lot, sit uated on the north bluff from It. VI. Hubard, Tor $:!'J0, and (.'apt. .1. YV. Preston has bought the Piester House on bl u 11" street, for $1,500. Wonderful changes await us. The Alberty A: Osgood chair factory have just sent 100 chains to the County Poor House. Mr. Harley was presented with two fine boys, by his wife, last Tuesday. Hev. J. M. Day will preath at the Univer salis Church, Suinlny, NoviS (lalloway & Harley are building an addi tion to their store, on Main street. 1 lie sewer at the foot of Main street, which lor so long a tunc has beinamost trans parent Iraud, is just now receiving the atten tion of the town trustees. The steamer "Novelty'' was burned to the water's ede, Hits morning, above the upper lock. The fire is i-uppo&ed to have caught in the engine room. It is said to be own ed by ('apt. Allen nnd was not insured. The cargo of lumber w as about half destroyed Two wacthes were lost ; one of them valued at $VK, besides all the furniture. lliirglars made an attempt to enter the resi dence of John Cowles lust night, but failed. Business is generally suspended here to. Jay. Dan Ticker. AiuTtc Exrr.nniox. The IJritlsli Arctic Expedition disappeared behind the lcebcrf at half past 0, on the creoini; of July 1(5, and nothing more wiil be heard of them fur onti or two year. At that moment, thry were starling for (JodhaTeii, and the Valorous, their companicn.s'arU'd for home, where s lull- just arrireil. The flow of the ice U thought to be favorab'e, aud one of the liips expects to winter as LiU s 84 degree. Win tcr parties will be scut out to explore routes and deposit provisions, and about the first of April an attempt will be made tn reacutUc pole, on the ice, by a party Cited oat fur ao abtu-ncc of 112 dayi and a Journey of SOU mile. The Alert I to be the adranre hlp, tad iUUlo UtrvPjU Mid cmu oM va Hit- other side if jiossible, whilo the Discovery will lie in reserve, coining home in August, 1877, whether she hears anything of her con sort or not. How Monkey ure ruptured. how ure monkeys caught? The ape family resembles mat). Their vices are human. They love liquor and full. In Darfour and Seuor the natives make n fermented beer, f which iln inonkiy are passionately fond Aware ot this, the natives go to the parts of the forest l'reUenleil by the iiiotik-'y, imu set on the ground calalMshes full of the en ticing li(iior. As soon us the monkey sees and tastes it lie utters loml cries of joy, that soon attract his comrades. Then the orgie begins, and then in a short time they bhow all degrees of Intoxication. Then the negroes appear. The few who canio too late to get fuddled escape. The drinkers are too far gone to distrust ttie negroes, but apparently take them lor a larger species of their own genius. The negroes take some up, and these begin to weep and cover them with maudlin kisses. hen a negro takes one by the hand to lead him oil', the nearest monkey will cling to the one who thus finds a sup port, and endeavor logo on also. Another will grasp at him, and so on until the negro leads a staggeriiu: linn of ten or a dozen tip sy monkeys. When finally brought to the villa'-u they are securely caged anil gradually sobered tlov.ti; but for two or three days a gradually dimlnislunir supply of lii-uor is iriven'lhera, so ns to reconcile them bv de grees to their state of captivity. A St'iiMitutlilc Iteeeipt. Kiom lite Detroit Frea I'rcis.J To make ininee itie: Mash five pound i-f beef with three pounds of apples; one third pound chopped raisins, add three tablespoons spice, and cook three minutes; add three table-spoons cinnamon, and stir three times: idd mace and pepper ami caraway una clove!, nnd coriander and dried gooseberries, and salt and citron, and keep tasting till you are sure it is ri.uhl; then set the pan in a chair and add one quart boiled cider, one tea cup vinegar, two dozen prunes without the stones, a gill of white brandy if you can get it, a wine glass of rose w ater, and four pulverized nut m pits: next mid two cups butter an i one cut-salt; cool; nm-eii minutes, ibsio nnu pin . ! . . i . the spoon back; if you have anything else in the house von would like to put in you1 can do so, only exercise discretion in all your j experiments: bake in the oven and set away in the cellar till your mother-in-law comes a' visiting. J'.iains C onducive to I.ouKetity. Dr. Heard, an Ki!hsli physician, U takinir the trouble b jnuve what every one oujiht to know. nltliouL'h there is acurrent superstition to the contrary, namely, that brains ure con (tuerive to luiicevity. Intellectuul force is but a form of vital force, and, whero vital force oredoaiiuatet), life is iieralslent. Jui- chiel Angelo was able to undertake the arch i-j tecture of St. l'eter's at 72 years of nee, be- cause his genius wai to him life. There is u deal of ienorant notion about the mortality of precocious children, but precocity is prop erly a sign of health and an occasion of lon cevitv. 'Precocious children are more fre- quently spoiled by the indulgence of their parents, wuom tneir sprignuy wu aim tyran nic spirits overmaster, than through any hy irienic disadvautaie to which their precocity subjects them. Dr. Heard liudi that o(H ot the most celebrated thinkers auu oratu-worK- ers whom the world has produced give an average ago of 01. and loOot them described as precocious in the r childhocd an average of (J(i ' i. A correspondent of the HirihHiig Xeirn says : "Nothing can be Ix'tter to exclude rats than to concrete the surtaceof the ground beneath wood floors; not only for this, but also to prevent, as well, damp rising. All ground floors, whether wood, paved, or tiled, should have a layer of concrete, ihreo inches to four inches thick, between them nnd the soil. I have been in the habit f doing this for years, and nil such houses have dry Hoots, and r.re vermin prool, as far ns the latter are concern ed, as rats cannot disturb well-made concrete. The concrete should be made of moderately line gravel (broken flint ui glasi added to it as an improvement), mixed with Portland cement, in the proportion of one of cement to seven 01 gravel. Not too much water should be used, but the cement must be thor oughly ml .ted with gravel, and, when depos ited In place, well trodden or beaten with a grass-beater. Three or four inches at most is sutllcieut in thickness." AVhut to do for n Sft-itllownl rent. Dr. I'ibbs, one of the editors of ILill's Jour mil if Jilti. who is himself an educated physician, and surgeon, while on a railroad train the other day, was consulted by one of I he employees on the train in relation to Ins little boy, who hint that morning swaiioweu a cent. "What have you done for him V" ask ed the doctor. "We gave turn a dose of castor-oil,'' was the reply. "Good practice so far; as soon as yon get home give him the whites of three raw eggs daily; let his diet be bread and milk, and nothing sour.'' The di rections were followed faithfully, the whites of the eggs reeateil every day, and the dose ot oil at night; and on the tourth (lay the cent was discharged, it was one ot the new cop per coins, and considerably corroded by the action of the gastric juices. Since fatal re sults often follow the swallow ing of a copper coin, the judicious treatment advised in this inst nice should be remembered by all who have the care of children. The essential points to be borne in mind are simply these: Albumen, or the w hites of eggs, a bland diet flee from acids, ami castor-oil. ("urbolic acul 'u bvin meil in F.nglunil as A nreveutive and cure for the cntti- disease. An Essex larnivr informs the London Timm that ho hud used carbolic acid freely, nntt that out ot about 1,'H)J head of cattle he had not loht one. The writer once lost a largi! jar nt butter down a well where it remained for three years. On olcanini; the well the butler was found to bo perfectly good, except an inch on (lie top. i it m hi uiitter w ill keep any lengtu of tin when completely excluded from the air, in a cool place. l'rairie Farwrr. Very gool kindlings arc made in Europe of com cobs. They arc first rteeped in hot water containing '2 per cent, of saltpeter, and saturated w ith 50 per cent, of resinous mat ter. These lighters are sold at from :) to $4 per thousand. Now Is the time to Ih: l xiking ytar's scul corn. lor next FINANCIAL fe COMMERCIAL, Theie U no mntciiul tliutie to notice In litisl nct mutters during the pant week. Trade has iM'eli moderate i.i nil tirunclii' if Uil-iiR? The receipts of grain have teen fair. In money mattera the Mtuatlou retnains alniut the same; the im-uiry fi.r funds i fair, and i-cn-erally absorb the loanable funds In the market. For long time loans the market in ruther ca.y For first-chins loans, at the usual rate. In Chicago tha mnrkct I reported easy for flrtt-clasi paper at the usuul rak- of ten per teat- and fur rail loam with Gorrnmtnt bond aa collator!, at from 0 to 7 pr cett the premium varying front 114 to 114.. In Nnrj York the tendency of the market seems toward; a lower rate of premium. f . ....... ....I I....I.. ,.... ....... I il,.,M,iiiil mirl rvi ' 1 f o 1 1 1 11 nun i' mmo mi; in , ...... ees are a little higher. IUvens, MacKinlay V: Co. fun Utl.iwa (quotations: r. s. 18M " o 'iOs, lstirj " " IWA " " lwi5 " lM(ne v; isi7 " " lM's " 10-40 ' new 5 ('it Hold Silver h the following! .121 . 1 Vin . llSOa . 1 1 .MO .lit .151 .1I.V4' .U.V4 .IV! .104 Exchange on New York, '4 premium, sellin La Salle county bonds, par and interest. Foreign exchange is selling at $11.00 per i. Sterling exchange selling J.l.s'i to -f(i.l!0 ier X. (Ola utt Wholesale Market. Ottawa, Nov. 'Jt'th, lS7.i. , Iliiiiness duller thia week, I'nces about. I lie i Corn, Me for W lbs. j Oats, 'Ji'.c for :!" lbs.; Kye, lOffiee, 123 Main Street, Ottawa, Ills., .V(li0e for 00 lbs.; Wheat, TOyi I.Hi; timothy seed.j fl.W'dr-J.OO; Hay $:i for prairie, flKi-fl'i for tim. I Juiy.t,iRS. ovren (atJf.ciM tuj w-j-omo. othy; Potatoes "jc. We riuote below ; Flonr, white winter wheat, V 11.0 r ' . l ibdt aim a l .- . : c l do i . 111 ((4 1 ID) , r vt hi ', M , i i a .' 1 M - v.; . v f. . i 2 5l .171 (3 4(l ("Hi (ljll , '5 ift 40 , S.V) (4 400 ,4lt) 50i' ItW 5 (f li l.i i-'X-si M H lion II ft )t 19 30 S i X Kiour, rtoi wlieiu. retail, l 1U Kliiur. rd wln'er. V 10' Bn Cum Mi nl, retail, luu lbs Wheat, rlna, tiunli Uunvnr, h til Bis Cuni.alii'lletl, f '.S S9 oituaiewj, :r lb. Birlev. 4Hft li , ft I ft ilran, lit' tts Clover Swil I'lmothT Seeil Flelil Iteain fotatoe. new, t bieHi Cheese," lb Mutter. -Ml) i'.zh. do! ( liii keiis. live, V do. Ri xior.,!, duz liny, f toil Wool, lb Citttleon toot. 100 tbi Cut Calve, live w-lijlit, V lUi) fts..., iheen. IOC tba .Ivelluiin ard, f ft ThIIow B Suit. V ihl Hides, 9 ft (Jul.', th liM(V;?i H lb r inn inur" Flint lllde. lb Dry ., . rnlca-fn "tliirltpt. j J Nov. 20th, lsri a Flour Prices i shade lower, raney whin? j-; winter extras, $7.OO57.."0; spring extras f.'-.G.'-wL' u.ou; fancy .Minnesota patent, -t...c! Wheat Irregular. Winter sold at SVUHg ISZ; " Xo 1 sprim,', iil.0Ml.ll'; No. 2, ?1.(K.T?. 1.07. Corn No 2, Mi".i2e. Options, November, rU (.lie. I Oats Cash sales, ItOyole. i Kye -USii'!':'., for No. 2. Harley No. 'J, tiOu? 1 .05. Lard lt.'.).j(4J PJ.0.1. Tallow Oc. Potatoes New, 80(!?:ric. Butter Good fancy ye'low, Whit;. -, roll 15 20c. Eggs 21t2oe. per do.. Cattle. Dull, with prices lower. Fancy grade steers $ii.''0:l).25; choice natives $5.25 (".T."i; cows and heifers $2.5C6i".".". litlawi Pout OCice. CLOSINO AND ARUIVAL OF MAIM: Clone. Arrive. KMtern mall li'tspn a: 10 pm Western mml 1:40m lWPK Sjuttiernnmil 11:0UM 3:4pm Northern mull S: r tt 1 i:VJ A If KarmtUilire,T'ly,Thur.HturlyJ:00pii 12:C K Pralrlf Centre, WedntaUay auii Saturday. 3:00 pm 13:00 11 Slirhl mall HOtm OWc.eopenaanAM.aBilcloaeBat'iaopM. Uct.iB.ira. J.B.CAMEKONP. M. COXDE.NSEU TIM K TAIJI.E, Chicago, Bock Island and Pacific Eailroad. l-asi. Trains West. I STATIOHS l'aa. Tralni Eaat. I.V.A.M. LV.PJI. I.V.P.M.l : A It A.M. AB.A.M. AR.PM. lil.l) 1 5.il 10.KI . Cliicairo . I 6.15 4.(10 U.lPM 7.0:' 'U.IUam ...Jolliit... 4.05 7. S3 3.10 l in I 7.57 I. it: 1.. Morris.. 1 3.W -t.ii 1.J3 1.S0 8.1O 1.40 tliuellli 'J. IS 6. OB li.fHl 3. Hi S.SR 3.(K) OTTAWAl 3. (HI 5.47 13. as 3 li I 9.3S 3.3.1 ..LaSiille.. 1.35 S.tS 13.0:) 2.M J .9 ....rero... I. is 5.10 11.55 3.35 ah. P.M. 3.30 .BiiieauJ.j 13. M) Lv. a.m.; 11.10 i31 I 14.13 .. Henry ..! 11. S3 I 10.au 4.47 'Peoria 4. : Sparlunrt.l 11.M3 IVorlai 10.10 S OS Branch S.ki (Jlilllleothe 11.13 Urauclil D.rH) 6. (Hi i S.CW ..I'eoria.. 10.3S I D.O0 Ait.p.B.i !ab.a.. lv.p.jj. XV.A.1J. I ,!Tii It'RftQcron! 11.5-i in.ss S.:w I li 5.30 ,Oeni"e. 10. 4i 33 6.30 I' 10 ..Moline.. S.S5 8. 45 .30 1 .30 UockUlnd 9.45 8.35 AR.I-.JI.! lAR.A.M.I ItV.P.!-. LV.A.M. 3.15 ; : 3.30 jDes Moines1 12 Ml ..' 13.05 Alt.A.M.! AltP-H.I ItV.P.II. LV.A.M. K.30 10 35 .Council Bl .a-i I 5.40 A.A.l. Alt. P.M.! LV.A.M.I LV.P.M. io.io Leavonwth;. : 4.30 10.50 i '.A'fhltiOD. 4.00 AK.A.M.. I i I i ILV.P.M A. M. Si! i rii. (ieul J'asa. Aat. II. Itiuni.a. Uen'l Sap't. May Wli. P.TAVBNKK, Ageut at Ottawa. TO OTTAWA MERCHiTS AND SHIPPERS. a- ii re liieao, Iturlinton inl uincy UAIIiHOAll Ih tli if thuri Une to Cliini-iO and t9ii i:a.t. TOWAlItW CHICAGO. Passe niser leaves Ottawa Ace. Krelnlit " " . 5 15 AM; . 3.:xpm . . U AM .iousam! . 3..'I0PMI . 7. OS p M ; . 9.J3PM: FKOM CU1CAUO, ""aav-ntier arrives Ottawa 11.?.' A M . 35 P Acc. Kreleht" " :!' a m 10.3SAI 4.10 PM T.SSP'I ' " j.35 a .!. . Hitchcock, tieneral raiacuser Agent. RoarRT Hasiii. General Superintendent. D. V. TDITZAUS. rnlysth. Aeu-Dt. Ottawa, llllnoti. Special llotiffs. DR. J. 3. WALKER, j Oculist and Aurist; Who hai practiced In tills city since 1559, i way be consulted j AT THE CLIFTON HOTEL, OTTAWA, UntheKtKST 9ATUHDA Y to Kach Month, J As follow I Natunlay Tn. U, ln-jn. Naturday l'l. l, Iwrri. Natuniay n i . f-itirlii- April :t, 1HJ.1. utiirla.- "Iu.y 1, INrrj. p-tnttinluy Juno f, IMyri. At all other time (a this la the only place U vltll Brofes- sloos'lyjl.e may be found at Chicago. OFFICE AND D1SPEHARY j 73 South Clark St., cor Kaudolph. inc. ii. oi.in. Ol Ctalcaco, (formerly of thl plae, w.U visit OtUwa, at CillloQ Hotel, the first Tuesday of each mouth, for trestlnK til disease of the Kya aud l.r, aunslcally or otliCrwlae. UporaUonslor cataract, artificial pupa, inverted llda,clorare of the ear duct, crosa eye, sUasshyloma, and the removal of tumor and morbid growUis of every descrlpUoo. ArtlBclal eye and ear arums Inserted ltl.ut pain or prevtou opera Uon, (Jranaiar eye-lW, iht nxMfrjitoa dutam In (V ste, eokftm lit Pernumrntlt cirri Krcm hi loaf ciperlenoa In tneatinf dtaeasi- of th Eye and Ear be feels confident In sutlnn that b. can cur nearly every ase. Chronic dlseaaa aluo treaed. ConanltatloDfree. Lars-int stock of Artificial Kye In the West Decern her 10th IR70.-U MUCFT& MANY THINGS (That bo' Wta a-jjit eaa be found at my Prc and Koo .jtU. littl,-l Itf- C U'.ltit-' mm TOT & TiO Id V-61 nyj JOL JgR-JCTLJCB-JLgi Ileal Estnte Hroker, INSURANCE AGENT AIM 1 NOTARY PUBLIC. Agent for tho Lands of Three g. 6 .i i - Wnilrfiif i nmnnniPR. Railroad Companies,. Ami for tin; ('!..', al and Kelialili! 0UNARD IiINE. mm & wolf, Contracts Taken for all Kinds of Carpen ter and Mason Work. .Vno.luwIratfnSHrred rlntiT, Mr. (ItAS SFSSKN'WISK, lutetmoi Lontoii, KHalaud. and II K H.MAN STUKf VKH, tlii-well knou n ne'i piilnter, we are en ublei to do bll work 111 the line ol House and Sign Fainting, Ci.-slnir;, tiUzlntr,Clelnilnlni.',rfeilty.) l'neniii;, Ax-, in I1I1.1 We Will Give Entire Satisfaction. COLUMBUS STREET ITT WILTJAM PALMER'S OLD STAND, Ottawa, Illinois. " All orders will receive prompt attenllin. JOHN ROOTS' CLEBHATEI BITTERS Biveauch s decld renntatlon for curative power lhat It would he a nenslNe tni-13 to sue tlii ni a triiil. Keailthe aavertlHernent. Tottliake ornni to liake,l-i the qix-xtliin. In Itbetter to dhalc wtththe Ann KeviT. or to tiikv one bottle or .IOI1N UMT' UlITKliS. and be free from the miliaria ftrlcken Itorn every loriilitv on tills Continent, whoso Inhabitants are troubled with the uhlverlnir plairue ? Tim comes an Inrjeanlni: ilemariil for the only Preventa tive and Eradlcant. ot malnrla provided by ihu Si ienee to eriullciita and drw thenabt dieiiea Iron thesyntein by tUe ueof.n)HN UOOTS' HITTKUS: Such as Typhoid or Tvp.las Kever, Uypepla. Juundlcn, Liner or KJi'ney ( om- f'ulnta, lotrn of Annnlte, l"Hliia In the I'atfc.or WeuWnem, teanAcUe or BillfoiM Atlncka. liemlttent or Scarier Kever, or uay other kin of Fever, when taken In llme.ane uxed acordlne to directions ftcconipanylng each bottle, tV T)i7 a.-e sold by all Dru(tslJt3. JOHN TtOOTS Mannracturer, N 0. 243 beneca St iltiKUlo. N. V. Kor sale by VA HCI1 A At'K, 6TFVKSSOS & TiKiD ""kohwtie t'rue!-it, and AHentslur John Hwiti" Itinera Kis, ifi and ulLIeii., Chicago. Sold in Ottawa 1 I). HOLLKCKKK A: CO., Julyv;l-ly Wholeaiie Ltf.iwr Ixulem THE CELEBRATED COOK. STOVE, "VANGUARD, t'nr sle at O'CltOWI.KT'S Tin, Cnprr and Sheet Iron Manufactory. 113 Main Street. Ottawa, nn Koi'flnif. Spout Inir, Klevatiirand Well BuckeU, Stove, Cutlery, Nail Ac. New ntoclc, lartte variety and low prtcia. March fT-eomlf I. l'.O'tllOWLEY 37 Premiums sines 1827. Oldest House In ths Blaci Load Trade. riurobaiJ special: praparedf.r aujen. Thrco Wlcola's at Vienna. Jki morioca GroUie 111 4 Flv i-r.-idcs o tSoni fine PancMi n- r-nctj. Smooth, Bi.ioK, S:ronij an.l P'-j unm. Vr .mpi hy m.i , v-t-iaui.-'aifff. a -r :' THE DIXON CO., Jortc7 Cily. 153. 815, tn, 239. Ml tit r.tilroal AvtB04 ltd, 848, 80, 8i8. 8M t tM Wye 8. FOR SALE AT 0SMA1T & HAPEMAN 'West ot C'onrt House, OTTA.W A, - . ILLIXHM A CAPITAL IDE. Scrap Book for Newspaper CutiHigs. A readv referenc rrreBtacle for t r., from oo f dy unnrre of knowleore- the Neanpanrr. w'.lb ao AU " leal Index and apaefs for Marginal Notra. FOit NAIjK MV j OS-MAN & HAPEMAM. So Jl. Weal of the Court R T I Kl8. IIAMIALL CTEPHKNS, Nana- . . . n ... rbiriui iffuiTat i.iyK. Wood een4. l-tlloa a Um Works, comer r.ilway a1 rrr.iiiH aiiis tMrii.-r, ll. . H. I akin. Strait rt. X W-,10-U'ul f MvAar-x ci- if Contractors Biiers x s . Ill T J S Z 1 JIB " I m if" A Iff S xrr" f 3 8 5 ! 111 -3- u I 9) 14 KJ kM '- DWELLING PROPERTY at from $400 to $10,000. . nriLDINU LOTS at from 875 to $3,000. FARMS at from $10 to $100 iicr acre. WESTERN or SOl'THERS Lands at from $1.50 to $10 per ai re. MS I NESS PROPERTY in dcslr able locutions. DWELLINGS TO RENT. "pVri,se.nt! mmf of VlfLlA Z?K' (M-" Arlcan INSURANCE roMlMMFX. Pin Marino ur eOMl'AXlKSjl'ircJIiirliie.Llfe aim AccHieni, MONEY TO LOAN, Titles Exain ined, Conve.vftiicins; Done, Kent and Accounts t'ollectcd, e. AT10Alj JI'A V JJAIH IV OF OTTAWA , FORMERLY CITY BANK OF KAMI'S, ALL KM k CO Lt H. Fames, Pre' E. C. Alusn, Vice Pre. DIRKCT0R8; Henry F. Lames, John D. Caton, Edwin 0. Au.kn, L. II. Eameb, F. . Ham em, li. C. J jkdan. Exchange on Chicago, New York Acd all the principal cltlea liast and Wot IOUH'r NOljJJ. KxrlianK-o on England, Ireland, Bcotlniwl and all Important pninla In t'ontlneutal Europe, drawuln suina to suit prrc'jaaiTS. U. e-l. Hevenue Mtnmpa) of all denomlna. tlonr constantly on hand and for sale. Unltott Mtuteis HnU, Local Heauritles Gold and Silver hotiKht and sold. To tl.nse whofltvor us with thalr iistronaee we wmldnay we sh;Ul he aide to extend such facllftles and accomnvtaltoa a we trust will prove to them satisfactory and pronti'e. pank open frou Ottawa, rcb. '.ttth, 1S7S. 9 ... M. to 4 P. u. It. C. Jokoak, CatMec. pilMN'T HATIOlAli HANK Ol OTTAWA. Capital (paid in) - - 9100.000. M. II. 'WIFT. W. lil'tfHNKLl. , JOll r NAbfl: PrcsKlw9 .Vice I'nwidi-n-. Canh'.-r. bimcToiui : MIKon Ri fwW. V. Uushuell, H. D. Lvmaa. Lorenzo Lcland. Iuac ttaitc, J. F.Nasb, joqu xirunuare. Havlnzorzanlzed anderthe National Banklni Law. ana flHcceei'ei to the business of Wm. 11. W. t'lmluimn, woare now open for tbe Uranaactlon of a general baiiklna huslRM. jxc-liivtine on tihicafeo, New i'oi k, and all the prin cipal cltiea of the fulted UtauM, Niuulit and sold. r.xrn faiv ob naftianu ireiana, ocouana ano uon tlnental ru.ope arawn In sun;s tc suit purchaser. (Jolleot loiisj maile throughout the state A prompt iv remitted for, on day of payment, at current rate ofax cln-nige. Uiiiton Ntate-i, Illinois, ana La Bane count Bonds, Oo'ii, Silver, Ac. bought aud sold. Itevonue retain jim of all denominations, afulJ supply cor.MRiiily on hand. Our fvtl.itliw a w such that we can otferlndncemen' to cuslomer.ij- and we shall us our endeavor to itlve trutirc satlslactlon to those eHtnisllii ns with their business. HankliUfliourairom a.m. to4P M. uiario.u or Ravens. MacKinlay & Co., DKAI.KKS IN FOREIGN & DOMESTIC EXCHANGE. Coin, Uuvenne Sta-cpa, Dond and other securities. I'H.rNHK Tlclieta on the" toman,"1 "Kational. Anchor. '- t c-t Vfeitern" and " Norddeutsche Lijyvr 8teutus.lp Line. Kates same a at the Home o'llce. I.1., i,. At IH. Inir--n-oellectedlntenof th leadliiK.lmerloancompaiile. ol which seeapeclal advertise ment oh am patce. wpnu, iu-n r-1 1 LAM ALLIO COUNTY Sa7tngsr Loan & Trust Company Is now open lor business, at OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, Six per cent, allowed on deposit. Oltlm hcu- ij a. M. to 1 r. .. and on Saturday cvsning lrom 0 to -i OFFICERS : WASHIXSTON 15US1INKLL. President. .. W. JACKstiM. ce l'icsldent. . M. CAIL1S, Teller. Mlilt'TOllS: ".V Jackson. T. j'JL '.ailln, P.. ituihonn, .W, ltiivinoiid. Win. tullen, Ml.iAf April lEKh. W. ntislinirf", .Ino. U. tJaani ronv U. Strickland, Wm. Tlio-n its Jonenn II.:, K. C. Lewis. 13iS..I" Lumber, Lumber, Lumber! .Manuraoturet and Dealervl-, Lumber.Lath.Shingles Post. Nails, Door and Eish, aii.l ALL liUlLDIXJ MATERIALS. Vj have on hand a larce stock or Swor.ed Lumher, Ptiln-l-les in l.alli, aloi;r(lr I'osta mil Nails. We will oHer lwrwains on the a novo, to num. room lor this i-easou'e stock. Wo have on banil, also, a lar- slock of Doors, Sash and Mouldings, Which we can sell at Ltisuat Fnctoiy Prices. We are prepared to Contract and Build all Classes of Buildings, in the City oj Country. We invite .11 who need aa'thlnf "7'mne ,0 K'Ve n cait. and we will irtve taem BOTTOM FIGURES. May . isrs.-ly YOUNG ft RTAX. Manhood: How Lost, How Restored! Inst .ub:thed, a neweilltmn 01 -r. ni ... L..IK.. i-lliratel Essav onMiernlivi;rMreiwHh--nt meillclnelol rr.u- 1 1 iap,,TivcT. Mental and Phvsi- cal Incapacity. Impediments to SUi-U--e, etc , sln Co-tsrHPTK'N. El-1L1PV anu r us. mj to inSnVen'ce or sexual extravaeance, c tir encr.n a se.!l envelope, only (dT fnta. ihreletrled anthnr. tn una admirable Lecture, clearly d.oa"r.ie. Inm a tblrly yrars .uocatlul practice, tny. JSfalar-ulnTconauencr. oi wlf-abuae may be ra. lcJly rnred witliojt the nanierou use of Interoar medicine or ? application ol the knife : polntln out a mode of enre at oiiw -Imple. certain aad effectual, by mesas olwhWh "rf sotferir. no matter what his condition mJ be. may eiire himself cheaply, prlvitely and mJili. tr I Ids Lectnre hoold be ut tbe hands of every youtb and everv man 11 the land. efll undn aeai. In a Hale envelop . to .ny ddre, pou-au-U on recelpl of si cent or two post ataup. Address tbe Publisher. rilAl. S. C. RLIR V CO., lanla-IT l7 Bowery. Kew Tork. P.W. Box 4 tH. VARLOll GAMES WiSXT aUpemaa'a. west sld of tbe l oon ilJtai, Uitawa Ul. Mj:Mi:tA ium braUXrt'.: al '. UOO ., Ian Bl. ' - - mi ailMTiaV. mm YAH