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OTTAWA FKEE IKADEK. 8 AT U RD A Y , JANUARY s, 187.
BUDGETOF FUN. Girl's rights Kisses. Music by handle A street organ. Hostile furniture Armed chairs. A pair of tighis Two drunkards. A matter ot course A rWer bed. Ual'.ot dancers study game and effect. A bootless enterprise Go ng barefooted. Milk is our first drink, but we come to tba bier at last. Wasting sweetness-Putting your arm iibout a pretty woman. A wair wants to know if snoring is coneiJ d leak humming (becoming). Is there anything In the world that can Imt a good wile ? Yes ; a bad husband. Men are geeso, women are ducks, and birds of a feather flock together. A Cape May (America) belle says the baths there are as "exhilerating as the clasp of a lover." She has tried both. In a caso of hydrophobia the doctors .ay cauterize the wound. But we know ot a young man bitten by love who caught her even and it made him a great deal worse. What is the difference between an unck'iin iy servant and chicken? Why none; firone is a foul domestic, und the other is a domes tic foicl. "Birdie," is what a young husband fondly called his wife, because, as he says, she is always associated in his mind with a hill. Cheerful They are betting in London that the l'rince of Wales will be assassinated be fore his return from India. A woman is vcrv like a kettle, if you come 10 think of it. She sings away so pleasantly; then Bhe stops and when you least expect it, tbc boils overl Judy. They have found a petrified Mormon in Utah, and, trom the number of dents in the head, evidently made with a poker and flat iron, it is judged that he had at least thirty three wives. XvrrUtown Herald. Man "Do you think It would be safe for me to cross this pasture" Maid -"Well, the old bull don't like red very much, but if you will chnlk your nose I guess he won't attack you." It Is not so extraordinary that Sebuchad nezzar lived on grass. We know of hun dreds who live on the turf. A Detroit woman who was turned out of her house for non payment of rent, went out in good stylo, putting un silks and jewelry, and having her hair frizzed in extra style for the occasion. ' This is the way the newspapers talk in Louisiana: "If that convicted thief and robber Jim Walker, wants any fuss with us he can have steel or buckshot in unlimited quantities by poking his nose around our corner." A New York merchant has been detected measuring thirty-four inches to thn yard.. Two inches is nothing on a towel, but it tells Leavily on a woolen fehirt when the ther mometer goes down. Detroit Fieo Prets. "Six leet in his boots!" exclaimed Mrs. Partington, "what will the imprudence ot this world come to, I wonder, why, they might as well tell me the man had mx Iicttds in hishat." If all the soft things that have been said by the light of the past summer at the sum mer resorts could be put into book form, what a "gpoony" Tolume it would make. The London Advertiser says that a Sarnia inau bet ten dollars that he could ride the fly wheel of a saw mill, and as hts widow paid the bet she remarked: "William was a kind husband, but he did not know much about fly-wheels." Over the porch of the old South Church ut Boston is chisselled : "Behold ! I have set b:forc you an open door," and under, on th door, is printed in emphatic letters," "Posi tively no admittance." The following epitaph, copied from a IYnn lylvania tombstone, has been sent to the His torical Society of that State: "Here lies the bodie of Margaret Fay her would if her could but her couldn't stay, her had bad legs and a baddish cough it were her legs as car ried her ofl.'' "Have you any nice fresh farmer's eggs'' inquired a precise old lady at a grocery stoie. No.uia'ni," replied the practical clerk, "but we have some very good hen's eggs." She took three to try. It Is said that the Baptist minister who is carrying on the pen fight against the Catho lics ut Trenton, N. J., is so bitterly opposed to the ltoman faith, that in manuscript he not not cross bis letter T's. The doctor went out west to practice his profession. An old friend met him on tin street one day, and asked him how he whs succeeding in his business. "First-rate," lie replied. "I've had one case.' "Well and wkat was that?" "It was a biith!" said the doctor, "liowdldjou succeed with that?" "Well, the old woman died, and the child died but 1 think 1 11 save the old man yet!" I' A certain colored deacon, on occasion 'f missionary collections, was wont to shut his eyes and sing: "Fly abroad, tbou miputy Gospel," with such earnestness and unction that he would quite forget to see ihe plate as it came around. "Oh, yes!" said the plate bearer, "but just you give something to make it fly." "There may be such a thins m love at firM sight.'' remarked a Detroit girl, as sh: twi.st- -a u"lP7." arouna tne dining iron, "but i Jon't believe in it. There's Fred.. 1 saw him a, a fl i 1 . - d a hundred limes before I loved him. In fact I sliouiuc't nave iunen in iove wun nim wiicu I did, if his father hadn't given him that house and lot." Doubtless Mr. U. C Samp;ep, of Georgia, doa't appreciate what a narrow escape he had from a falling tree, which killed the two mules bo was driving. And vetl'CStnipifs Doubtless Mr. U. C Samples, of Georgia, from mula tin tt-aa (frivirt of such ingratitude constantly A lady applying for admission to tho jun ior class of an Kastern seminary fr-ine ques tioned by the President as to her qualifica tions, replied : "I ain't much of an aritltnie ticker, but I am an elegant granimarit.'' Two young men walking down Broad St th other day were discussing the iuan o. obtaining a smoke. "I've got a counterfeit half-dollar,' said one. "Can't you pass it?" afeked the other. "I tlon'tkaow ; you might." "Me!" and the young man's face became one continuation rf an elongated exclamation point, "me! Why. the fact of my havip? so much money wonld create sufptrjon.' At kU Ga ; f'AvniVJr ond .V ti. r'. Prni;f Laura (who Is still a trifle roman tic): "Don't you think there is something very coleiuu about the fall of the dead leaves, KeginWld ?" Reginald, her husband (who has outgrown his romance:) "Very." (1'ause). "Talking of dead leaves, what the deuce and all have I doue wttli my tobacco?'1 .. . MaajsajaM i ' i ' Country bookseller to Fourth street wo man "1 . but the work is both instructive nml limn i ..ii" V.mrili otreet woman "Tnt' uiu't the point. You see my husband liiis crippled so many agents, anu you re u nice-looking young,mnn, nml I hate to see you hurt! That' 1,'iin comin' m the back way!" The young-man said there was noth. Ing compulsory about it, and was gone. As a colored r.-sideut of Detroit was breast ing the storm, witli a new umbrella over his head, he was halted by a friend and brother, who asked, "Is dat your umbrella?" "Yas, sah cost me 2," was the prompt reply. "Mr. SaviiLTe." said the other, very solemnly, "when a man will buy a f 2 umbrella to keep the wet ofrn a fifty-cent suit oi ciose, wimi s de use to talk about economy ? A little fellow, who was at a neighbor's house about noon the other day, watched the preparations for dinner with great interest, but, when asked to stay and eat something he promptly refused. "Why, yes, Johnnie, . . " . .. .it .1... 1....... ....!. you had belter stay, siwu uic muy ; wuy can t you?" "ven, cause, nam tue lime fellow, "ma said I inusa't unless you ask me three times.'' They invited lam twice more right oil. A most realistic piece of acting was lately witnessed in New Orleans, where the hero ine and the young man cast for father both lisned in siicech. At thn recognition after esliHHix iiicnt, lie said, "Ailh I live, it Ith my thildei" The family Infirmity at once dis covered the relationship, though It was not so intended by the dramatist. in ltn rnm-t in Tb'lfiist M . reri'nll v. .Tn dire - " - - - , ----- J t e Libby sentenced Martin L. Tower to twenty five years in the Slate Prison. This fact was communicated to the prisoner's mother, who urua utrnplr v llm ni'irn4hiiti rif tlm Rt'lltPnCB. "What did lliey do that for? ' she exclaimed. "Twenty hve years! ny, lie won't ue con tented there three weeks." A vim n" l.-iilv nitinilinir a Masonic enter- tainment in Keokuk. Iowa, last week, was much disconcerted on lcariug that a banquet had been prepared. On looking at the tie gant tables in the suppt-r-ioom, sV.e exclaim ed: "Good gracious! Are they going to sit down : I didn't expect that 1 I ain't fixed to sit down.'' Her escort looked down at her Mill-back" fur a moment, and then found a place fur her alongside the mantlepiece, where she could take her supper standing. But it was a very narrow escape. 11k Coi:i.dn't Understand Such Exthav- aoanck. "Can't I take one o' them yer splin ters?" inquired a frontiersman, pointing to the box of wooden toothpicks in a South Side restaurant the other day. "Certainly, sir," replied the polite cashier. The man took one. and hacking off a few steps, using it Ihe while industriously, soon returned, and caieiuuy ueposuing u irom whence It came, remained to tlie amazed cashier, complacently: "1 don t see now yer can 'loru ur Keep them things. I notice so many folks take 'em off an' never bring em' back!" And as he marched out of doors wiih the expression ot a man conscious of having per formed an honest act, the cashier emptied the toothpick box under the counter, kvith disgust marked on every leature. The Surjrle Party at rotter'. Some of Mr. and Mrs. Potter's friends hap pened lo remember that last Wednesday was the tenth anniversary of their wedding, and they determined to get up a surprise party and call at rotter s bouse, bo everybody purchased a little present of some kiud to take along, and Mrs. Po'ter's aunt got a beau tiful illuminated sign inclosed in a walnut frame and bearing the Inscription, "Heaven lllrss Our Happy Home," and Mr. rotter's uncle got another one with the legend, "True Love Never Dies," And wnen the provi- sions were all ready the party started for the house. They wanted to surprise the happy couple as much as possible, so they conclud ed not to ring the door bell. But Mrs. Pot ter's aunt softly opcued the front door, and assembled the party in the entry. Then, at a given signal, they opened the sitting-room door, and burst in with aloud laugh. The scene that met tlieir eyes was a very intfr-stintr one. Mr. Potter was Ivinguuon the floor w ith hts nose bleeding, and Mrs. Potter was leaning over him with a rolling- pin in her hand, w ith which she had evident ly been Hammering me nusuanu oi ner oo som. Both of them looked hot and mad. When the company came in Mrs. Potter hid the rolling-pin in the skirts of her dress, sad Potter picked himseit up wun a sickly at tempt at a smile hovering about his face. "Good joke, wasn't n r ' said rotter, wun that smile growing sicklier every minute. We were practicing lor tableaux. ' "No, we weren't cither, V snapped Mrs. Pot ter. "Why. mv love," he replied, "we certainly were, lou were impersonating rocanonias saving the I lie of Smith, and I was Smith. lou know thxt we are going td uave tableaux this evening." "No, I don't know it, either. We ain't go ing to have any such foolery in this house." "My darling, how changeable you are! Now you waft have them. I want the lolks to see you as Pocahoutas. Won't she make a charming Pocahontas now look at her?" "iou know I banged you witn tuis rolling pin because you gave nm impudence. Now that's the whole truth. And I'll do it agaiu." "No, you won't," said Potter. "Yes.'l will." "I'd like to see you." "You woulJ, fcfy ? Ta tklnk I daresn't becauxe these peoplr are sticking Ihemstlves in here where they're not wasted. I'll show you." Then Mrs. Potter uplifted her weapon and made a dash at him, w Hereupon Mr. Potter walked as rapidly a. h: could, consistently with disrnity. out ilirough the door in the yard. Then Mf? company conclude ! to ad- iour n. Mrs. ronrr weni m juurs nuu . in v r . ir stuck "Heaven iw-ss nr nappy nonies in the stove, an .1 Mr. Putter's uncle split up "True Love never Dies," with the ax, in dis gust; and Mr. bd Mrs. Potter celebrated Uieir anniversary ia their own way by tbew selves. It will be surprising if anybodyever undertakes to- yrt up another surprise party in onr 1lU2e. Mtr. Adder, " A' Yvrk A Mkmlm nr .IrcHASoE. It was a Bur lingtmi commercial traveler, just in from a collection trip, nml he leaned up against the desk in a picturesque attitude to make his re port. "How about Slocum?" asked the principal, after several o'her ctitotners had been talked over. 'Oh, he's all right," s.id the traveler: "he'll pay. He says he'll pay you in pork." Pork?" exclaimed the merchant. "Pork nothing. This is a dry goods house; whit ia thunde r dot be mean by saying he'll rJ me in rn.rk ?" " Weil. I don't nw," replied the unruffled trawler, "but bo t.Ul me he'd pay you m a I; .g eye. wA I f ues that means "pork. Uuslntss aria Basore & McKinley,. Succi uor to Griffith a GibMin, DEAXEI18 IX BOOilS AND SHOES, No. 129 Main Street, OTTAWA, - - ILLINOIS. September 4th. ISA GEO ROUTCLIFFE Ha the Deet Aisortmcnl of All Kinds of Liquors and Cigars. amok ila fiarnI Pnrtnr rnnitnntl v on hand, and sold h tlie keg or gallon, tree Lunrh verv morning at 10 o'clock OKO. KOUTt I.lt FE. OiUwa, Aog.23-lv las Ualn Street. MEAT MARKET, Cor. La Sulle and Madison Sts. DEGEN BROS., Proprietors. Tl,. n.,nllr cm lnrrH-ml.il that WD tlftVft DllrCbftfPd the market on thn corner ol L Salle nnd MudUon Street, anil will keep a luil nappij o. an ainaa oi . FKESH AM) SALT MEATS, Such an Beef. Pork, Mutton, Veal. Sausage, UamiABaCon. The Highlit IMce said for Good Beef or "hipping Cattle. i.M m nrrini a lltipr.il aharn of thr tmMlc nnt'-on se, feellug aaaured Hint we call a.ako It to eyi;rr one'f i ad vantiwe to trade with ti. Dl.Ota BK08. Otiawa.f uo.uin, loia-iy. THIS OTTAWA GAS CO Are prepared to do all kinds ot Gas and Steam Fitting. Wrought Iron Pipe, Fixtures, Fittings, dkc, furnished at IrL. IP. CLARK, llonse, Sign and Danner Oramlnir. Glailne. G'.lillng. MarhlliiB, Paper Hanglni, I'al- el mining. Ac. bUop, over l'lielp Cnryeai otnee, on iTkmSbh-L. H. Kame.. 8. W. Cheever. Jack-on Ickwood. FlHke Beein. bcott. Houtz & Co., Lewis How ard, G. H. N. Cusliman. main u FOX RIVER MEAT MARKET, DAT1D REIS. Proprietor, Corner Columbus and Main Streets. The subscriber announce to the clilen of Ottawa that hi market will m iouuii an iue unnin u FRESH AM) SALT MEATS Uaual to all the varied imaon ot the year, f ajar Cured nam vaiy ia ceui per puuu. At 1 am under no enpeclulexpcnaelnrunnln my market I ran and do nell in.'UlJ chiaKer than BY other In 1 1 in city Give me a trial. UAVIU UKIb, Uttawa.lii., aiarcn i. is.s-iy PETER MILLER, COKTBACTOn, Carpenter & Builder OTTAWA ILLS. Shop near the C. B & Q. R. track, on the ooruer immediately south of the depot, lmon propoeltig to build, vr having Joti of any kind In hi line, will ave nimiey by givini! Ulru a call. aprlO-tl J UMIIKHI LUMIIKItl strawnXpowell UKALKKS IN Shinglra, Lath, PoiU and tttil. Alao, Maoulacturert of and Dealer la Sash, Glazed and Unglazcd, DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS & BRACKETS. LANIN(x MILL to connection with the lamb. vrd. saving theexpenteana Uoubleof hauling yoor lamber to a mill lor dreaalni. fW Lumber Taro aud Planing Mill ai tU Illinois Ulv Bridge. aoriila. PHILIP BRUCK, No. !1 Main Street, neit door to Win. K bell's Ice en-aui Saloon. OTTAWA, XllvlTfOIM. Annonnci'S to the people or Ottawa and vicinity that he ha on hand a manlf cent aliavk ot BOOTS AND SHOES, Wkleh he of i-rn at the loweat living prlrvs. He I also pre pared to do custom work Id all it Dranctiee nn rhurt nntii-e. and at prirea which dny competition. T" ALL MOKk WAUliANTKO. oevly GEORGE J.BURGESS, Gas, Steam and Water Pice Fitter, la Salle,, Street, ottawa. A Good Stoc' in,a-po.both Iron 6c Lead,! ; way rr. Cistern and Steel..-. vmD Baths. Wate CI Sinks. t llititt tr AND PLr? Xj w, ,Gf.Kir.ALLT. Gas FixttiK- ail kinds, .it M-A .Trimmings. . dailr hi:i,t)rs4 au GAS FI.'rth:in.f? a H ... OXZED I.ailtMalodeQ,,,,', aet( I V wiil; !.. Aid tet lot ewe , 1 whan I do .ot ! 'f a cmij m. ..! Wki loa. r w a llMfTIINTHA'rOIl'H half; Of it, BKAL K8T ATB. By vlrtne of an order and decree of toe county court ol La ttaiie county, Illinois, nim; on in petition ol tut undenlgnea, w uuam r. iienery, .vaiuiuwu-a-tor ti buni nm of the estate of Michael K m, deceased, for leave to Mil the renl estate of laid decease i, at the No vember term a. d. 1875 ol sa d court, tn wit, u me twenty, third day of November a. l. IH75, 1 shall, on the tenth day ot Janaary next, 18i, between the hours of ten o'clock la the loreooon sud Ave o'clock In the afternoon of said dav, sell at public sale, at the south door ol the County Court House, in (be clt oi Ottawa, In said coonty. the real estate deachbed as follow, to wit i Lor number seven. In block Dnmber forty, in btate'a Addition to tne town (now city )oioiiwt; and alao the lollowlng described part of a lot of land, viz : Sixty feet front by one hundred aud twenty feet deep, front ing on O Leon street, being the northeast corner or part of lot number six. lu block number live, In Ottawa North -.all situate la said city of Ottawa, lu La Halle county, Illinois ; on the following terms, to wit : One hall or the purchase money to b raid upon Hi confirmation by said County Court of said sale, and tne remainder to be paid twelve month thenutitr, with Intereat at the rate of ten per cent, per annum, the purchaser to give approved securltv, note and sale mortgage on the premise sold, to secure the pay est; and upon connrmstloo by said Court audaeompll- ment oi sucu reoiainaeroi me nurcuaMe money anu iuirr ance wuusaia terms oi sale, i win niaKeaeeu or ueeus io the number or DurchasersoftheDreiiilseaaa Id. as ny law provided. isauq una mil oay oi I'rcrmucr a. p. mix WILLIAM P. HKNKIiV, Admlnlttrator at bunin non of the Estate ol . decll Michael liyan, deceased. NOT10K,-EntTi or Levi Txuput, diciasid. -Ik'nllM I. himlhii luan . I.a. ...A ..-I.hIi.mi.1 idmlll. lstrat..r of Ihe estate ol Levi Temple, late of V' uounty of La Salle and Slate of Illinois, deceased, will snpear before the County Court of said county on the third Monday (be ing the Slut day) of February lb'tk at the County Court House in Ottawa, In said eounty, when and where all per sons having claims or d mands atalnat said estate are no tified to attend and present the same In writing for ad Juatinent. Dated tbl Ktb day of Occeailier a. n 1ST5. ALkXANUhK J. HAKKA, dec11-(w Administrator. VOTICK.-KmitCF Oi.tvm II. Fioum, iiavro. nr the last will and ti'siainent or Oliver H. Klirler. late of the county of La Salle and slate of Illinois, deceaned. will ap pear before the County Court of said county on the third Monday (being the lithdayHof January 187e, at the County Court Houm In Ottawa, In said county, when and where all persons having claims or demands against said estate are notified to attend and prtsent the same tn writing for adjustment. Dated this 3d day of December a. i. ltd. KKUBkN T. A. ALBKKTV. (Ject-dw Executor. NOTI CMS. Estate or Loral. Richabdih, Dbo'd. Notice Is hereby given, that the underslKiied, Admin- itrator, with cony of will annexed, of the estateof Loyal Itli-lianlaon. lateol tlieeonaiv of La Salle and State ol Ills., deceased, will appear before the County Court ol'aald county on the third Monday (being the Uth day) or January 1H76, at the Court House In Ottawa, In said coanty, when and where all persons hrvlng claims or demands against said estate are notlUud to attaud and present the same lu writing for adjustment Dated this 1st day of December a . n. 1H75, ISAAC W. HOWE, dee 1-6 w Administrator, ix. OFFICE STATIONERY, SyWSfin of the best quality, at reaannaole price, at Oaman 4 Hape man', west ol the Court House Square, Ottawa, 111. Ta "VT1W In Iroanots, Kankakee, Ford. Cham j AIM 1)75 luiguatd VeniilllloncoiiiHIe. OKAT BAROAINS. .1. t). HARMS, decl-ti' Kenl Kstatd broker. I.1 i TIAIC For sule In la Sulle county, l'rie.es low. r A IviHO Terms reasonable. .1. . IIAKUIS, Oeel-tt Heal Kstate Broker. THE CELEBRATED COOK STOVE, "VANGUARD," For sale at O'CROWLKY'S Tin, Topper and Rheet Iron Manufactory. ll!l Main Street. Ottawa. Tin Roofing, hpout Ing, Elevator and Well Hurketa, moves. Cutlery. Nails c. Sew stock, large variety aud low price. March 2T-eomtf M. V. O'CBOWLEY JOHN ROOTS' KLKllRATKll BITTERS Have such a decided reputation tnr cnratlve po wers that It would he a sensible thfii to tive them a trial. Iad the advertisement. To hake or not to shake, is the Question. Is It better to shake with the Aeue Fever, or lo lake one bottle of JOHN HOOTS' 1U1TKK8. and be free from the malaria trlrkcn Irom every locality on . this Continent, whose Inhabitants are trouhled with the shlverlnir plafue Then comes an IncreaslnK denisOd for the only I ,'venta tlve and Kradlcantol malaria provided by the Bcienceto eradlrale and drive the said disease froTi the system by the nte of JOHN HOOTS' BITTKKS: Suih m Typhoid or Tvnhu Fever, Dyspepsia, .launulcc. Llutr or Kljjney ( mi plaints, loss of Appetite, Pali. in the Hark, or Weakness. Headache or Bullous Attacks. Kemlttent or Scarier Kever, or any oilier kludol Fever, when taken In time, ane uaed according to directions accompan) Inc each bottle, ttT 1 hey are sold by all DruwisU. JOHN KOOT8 Manuractiirer, No. iVl Seneca St.. Hullalo, S. V. For sale by VAN SCIIAAOK. STEVENSON A : rIBIO Wholesale DruKKism, and Aneuts lor John Kouls Hitter No, n and ti Lake St., ChlcaKO. Sold In Ottawa by 1). HOLLECKEll & CO., jl)Jl-ly Whole! Lltinor Dealert MILLINERY HEADQUARTERS 137 Main St. The sut-echer desire to fall special attecLon to tUil New Arrivals or FALL Lillineryff ancy Goods JCST KEt'EIVtD, ISCI-fl'INO Bonnets, Ribbons, Kid Gloves, Hats, Feathers, Flowers, Tidies, Hair Goods, Toilet Sets, Hose, Belts, &c, All of which haveheen personally selected by Mrs. llalltr, and hoiifht forcash. Ladles can P ly uin rettmx some, ihlnit new. fashionable and cheap. An early call solicited. MKS. HAZL1TT & MISS HASTIKN. Ottawa. HI.. Sept. . 147rk Sale of School Lands. By authority f a Petition slyred hy at Wast tw.. t'urils of the V al voters In Township il North. Kauee Ksst. In Hie tone it. I La Halle and Mate of I llwls. the iidersnrm-d wlllotierat public aale.on ih premise. a dii-tea l.y lb trnsieM, a pan 01 the Conunun bchool land In sd Towfhip. roniprlsinc aot less than ten .r more than flfte. n sere, haid tract eoB. sts of f..rty aln vlllsr lou located ithe lire of the 1 1 Meat". I eain and touthwe.tsr Ksurua.1. art.lnlnf the dpol now buUdio in theproprisea viiis 01 nawin. THe sale will oium-r.r. on We.tneday. Fel. 1. I.o'rhvk a. .. and be ooatiaoed from day today, unUI all the lota are ofml. .... k.,lk. ,. Ttt.T.RHSof sei::ienmio school laadsshair be to Oie luehest Mdder. lor cah. lth lh privia-dae to .- reharof b .rrowmf Irom the ouaty M-ttuie..l-i.i the amoaot ol hi bid. for anv perl" n"1 ".u"',""l more than live er.. ur his Wt later.-.! arl rnirij serarttr as la ease of money hawed b wwnstiip tn .surer AM offered fr se c.n ,; J of the nan'yt ler. H- VLV . Lk-.i OtUW,i)!.M.ira.-w lo.Spt.oHhoo). ALL . persons kavtec claim airt fhe - USa.V l.ownty En lr artlc t fu-r Lhed tfe Iretstw. are rrxrty T helr Mils M my o.. In - iard are storj si H. Asvlu LrKwood.cor beve the eih' of Jai.oary IS. All MM aot MweeUdaltnatt.me lu pass ,vr till tr'u. oer ;'. ortor haiac sau-ted 1 lie,. Irr. S .-tpt ! l"oor. jij FIRST - IMPE1IIA . GERMAN A MERIOAN. i New Vorl LIVERPOOL & LONDON & GLOBE............ ',. ..En-rUnc NIAGARA ROYAL PENNSYLVANIA HAMBURG-BREMEN. ORIENT. ATLAS BRITISH AMERICAN. 1? ATI WAV 1A SSEVGERS TRAVELERS' ACCIDENT, MUTUAL LIFE Aggrogate Capital over 13ft MILLIONS of Dollars! The above companies arc noted for their undoubted stt rengtli. lair ucaung, nonoraoie anu - iiruiuii aujusi ?nt of losses, and are among the VERY DfcST in the meut world. November iith-tf La Salle Co. The inbscrlbei feel happy In te!n; NEW, STYLISH AND RELIABLE GOODS, yulck lletiiius.Kmalll'roftUsDdCakhBaleiwillpsy.snawoikBllkcicbatm. , Their .Stock is Now 3iore Complete than Ever Before, Witt many uli e article jultable for Holiday Freat nU, and all at PRICES LOWER THAN EVER. All persons mtuv.trd In these FACT9 are respectfully Invited to call at IVTo. S'Z XjiO, Salle Street. UNDERTAKING A SPECIALTY. All putcbaw ol thirty dollars ui! upward deliver- d Otlawn, November 20. 1'.5 J. MANLEY. i40. AILBI & (Sl'Ct K.SSOUS 1U J. ilANLKY,) DEALBES SEEEEiP ASH) Iron and Nails, Wagon and. Cariage Wood Wok, AM) EVERY VAKIETV OF l'AKLOK V COOKINU STOVES, P011TA1JLE k BK1CH ItANGES. rOHTAULE & IIKICK FUKNACES, mh- iihln Silt ('oal, J lard Coal ami Wood. A full assortment of Registers, Stove & Furnnrc Repairs Sheet Iron, t opper & Tin always on hand. We arc i.r.M.aicd to manufacture all kinds ot SHEET IKON. COPPE1 AND TliN WAKE, SMOKE STACKS, EO I LEU EEEECHLNG, Well Auger?, Iron Shutter, and all kinds of Heavy and Light .rob Work in SI iff t Iron and Coijt. No. 118 Main St., and 18 Mill Street, OTTAWA, Oct. . l.5.-tl GEORGE JERTLL, Contractor & Bnlldei Vi 7 Manufacturar or Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings IMcltetr, Wall" Ac. PlaniDg, Matching & Sawing Contract TaVm iil Mal- rbl Kurni!if?tl Iwi-f I.itinj; l;.tl. Shop on 11 H.lrjtil'i- B-in. eet iftt Star fwUnr. fW Partlea eru-alailre htl'tfief will ana it to td lvnt tr:l uw N-tore iettiu- tlwir wr Ottawa. MarrhtMh.tr-.S EU. JkSYL IH.aYIMII !A KII-. 'ltIIlliAS. Ii,nlt". . a' - H.AitttA F-rj, '" J1 ii. .f im ft I CLASS . . J..;: . . .of Enslaw New Yorl ...Enclarw, Pennsvltftnia Germanv Hartford- Conn Hartford, Conn Canada J ITartfimi ( Vtnn ..Hartford, Conn .New York i. u. JiAJiiais. Ageni. Emporium, able to state that a lanre stock ol at any iallroa-1 depot In U Salle coui.ty.'rt.yW UUSSELL & SON. ----- j- -trr. II. SMKKTON. 1S75. SME ILLINOIS. x -i -raaaaas n. E. GLAUS & BRO., Jtfar.nteetoter acd Pele- . Custom Boots & Shoes We are fully cof.ilerit that w caa oiler lireat i mlm-eiuent A any Ifeaista :a the c::y. SALESROOM AXJ SHOl On Main Street, xt Dor West ol Lovhi ? IiunJry. Ottawa. May tftfe.IeS. tf t. t'lAL'S r.::o. IiIARIlIED LADi!. '(? i - '- m uil uip f- r nto. r.; ' .invoj M k-r.i s-'r.i. Ut. tl. O . AkU. K. ttaWt X. Lm'qMitjr-, In.l FOB SALE. ! Tr.eremdeni-elete'voeeap'edT-yti.e Eee. U. K. , asy. oa tne nonh t.lud.cooiaiDa: loL'fcea aeras ot cj rj.w ! lSj!lth hear.nc trait fees, eu.ee. 'U81I I II till. kjUUTOt . i.- " A(.l-tl 1 I MltXtt : T t s.l'1'KMliiiTrKllKaT !- HCIUHII. OFFICE IN OTTVWA- At IK Hlfih Bchooi-tSiMws'J. 'rit.7Jfc kirUi Waravlatry taciiU. !llaCK(.AMMOXrrr-rs5? i n ao'a. Mt of t t lt' ETON, te e, I, ,J,. .rer 'A