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. r. t ; ! I'" i 4r ! f ! If ii i Ottw. Ill Saturdy. Ju.e 10. 3BEAX OF OUll EXCHANGES. The BloomlDRton -if prints one of tie old nlctuw of Jacob Townsend, that used to bead his Sarsaparma aaTeriisoracnio, uuu - ter Cooper, Soinccaniciencelcss wretch .ends in the deuble Inquiry of why Is an author recii njr p A ,iue co. In fly-time, and why I. a flj liko irain 01 cara icavi.. ... -- - - bane eaoueh to exp ain that its nil oecauss ihe cow ha" moving till and because the fly U switched off. '. Xot It was harder on Bristow than the kick of for tv mules when the BIain and Mortonltes prov ed on him that ho quit the fnion army because he was unwilling to fljrht by the side of the damnlwers; but here is .omeuiinjr sun wot sc. This must finish him: . ' t .' .t the National Woman Suffrage Conveution iu'New York Mrs. Wood, who had been a gov ernment clerk, stattd that a woman (name not entered Secretary Brl.tow's office. and id: " I have been promoted for Urd ab o r In your service, step by step, up to a $W posl lion WUV ml now turned out ? The Pecre arv according to Mrs. Wood looked sternly at her. and replied: "Sixteen hundred dollars year is too much for any woman. Thpv arc scums' bread for nve cen a loni in Aurora now. and Hawkln's, of the -;iit1"'i! ... hi, n live unt 1 the coming campaign is, iuub .v - Kluin Time. Bread! You publican, io you mink weu cai plebian foddc Aurora Xcih. ler ot lliat son : i uey u i ". One of the circus clowns puts this conundrum: Whv is the centennial at Philadelphia like home? because it Is the dearest spot on earth. A man, with triumph in his eyes, rushed in this morn to ssy that Abdul A.U was sow Abdul Ulsn't. We told him he was the one thousandth man wbo had already vouchsafed that informa tion, and then handed him over to a policeman. .V. r. Com. Adv. The St. Louis Time thus impoves on Mother Goose: Don, Don. the Cameron, Got an office as Simon's son. The price wu paid, and pipes wre laid For a Prealdentlal Conkllng raid. Lubbock still insists that bees are not of a t ympathctic nature. And yet this jrentle Insect, with the buff mainsail and red-hot rudder, has frequently brought tears of sentiment to our eyes. An exchange thu propounds and answers it: wbo u man tntlnir soun with a fork like an other kissinir his sweetheart' Because it takes to long to get enough of It. Correct. IT. Grant. Jr.. has been admitted to the bar in vw YirV and onencd a law office. Grant junior don't see why he can't thrive by his prac tice, when the old man has grown rich by his practices It is nine years since Anna Dickinson attained the age of twenty-eight, and still she hangs, like a slowl v ripening peach, at the , critical notch of awcet thirty-three. Brooklyn Argut. In announcing the marriage of MIps Mary Hoops, the Boston AiixrtUrr presumes that she will continue te wear her maiden name, Senator Morton got his work In lively on Blaine when ho produced the witness Mulligan before the congressional Investigating commit tee. But Blulne has given a kick back as vi cious as Morton found the heels of Bristow's mules. ' .. Jim Bennett is training a mustang. Butdovs he know that the public Is raustangxious to hear what has become of Stanley? The editor of the Brooklyn Aripit Is unmarried. He thinks mnslln dresses are cut out with a lawn mower. Louisville Couritr-Journal: When the boot black of the second assistant door keeper's brother-in-law is detected In embetrllng a nickle, radical Journalism, with ono accord, exclaims: "If such frightful frauds eccur under the pres ent limited rule In the house, what aie we to ex pect when tho democratic party obtains entire coutrol of the government?" The ex-sultan Is rumored to have died sudden ly from an attack of apoplexy. What made m think It apoplexy.was.probably the string around his neck. i't. Loui J(j. In reference to Peter Cooper's hope that his cundidacy may become unnecessary by the Cin cinnati of St. Loui convention bringing relief to the country by voting moro greenbacks, the Hartford Timet begs Peter to remember the little fctory he must have heard In about 17'JO about two sailors who were fighting oh one of the docks In New York. Ono cried out, ' Enough!' ' Have you got enough?' said the victor. 'Yes; t iiough, enough!' screamed thc'uuder dog In the fight.' 'Then I will give you a little more,' suid the greenback, and he pelted away. The people cry 'enough' on the greenback policy. Then 4 wc will give yousOmc more,' responds Centennial Peter. " Ho entered an Aurora saioon, and its the sign " No trust " met his ga.o, he wcakmied. He dug his tlnger-nails Into bis head and went into a cUte of thoughtfulncM. He brightcni'd up, und, approaching tha bar, quietly suld, " Bour bon." Wiping his mouth on a dilapidated coat tlccve, ho added: " Put It on the slute." "Do you see that sign?" said tbd bartender, pointing aloft. " 1 do, but, my friend, have you never beard that' aU liytiifaUi dry tinu'nf" It was marked down on a nlecu of Ice and set it the sun to dry In. Aurora It la strange how often it happens that the plac where an article Is most needed is the worst place to offer It for sale. Thu Indiana pa pers tell a shocking story of a man who starved to death on tho highway In that state the other Cay wh'.le trying to eke out a living by selling! sor.p. .' Anybody in want of a flrst-class harom shonlii apply enrly to the relatives of the late Mr. A'jdul A. Khan. Time. Brooklyn ought to bs a good market for such wares. Simon Cameron, the papers say, was boru a few days before Witthingtou died. Is tlmt what killed George? It Is, we believe, the paragraphia of tho St. Louis Jlrpubliean who concocts the following elaborate slander on the month of June, that sweetest month of all the jear, which "To rural scenes new tempts the busy crowd Who in each grove her praises sing aloud," As pious Thompson fitly sings. But not so this paragraph ficod. Hear him: The poets call this red hot month, The merry month of June; But the fun that's in this darn hot month Is scarcer than cheese In th moon. Tn June men ntver net drunk. It is called e; i jestroke. j movai (,f n,e tu.ritX on other articles that yield ; wMbMrun!7 " VLat muut revenue would have exempt- nVune morning aps are fraud-likewie'eJtb people frm the annual payment ot noa-Ucklmu flies. I five times as much in the shape of projection In June a dojj Is knocked on the head a he dares to bold ont his tonirue. In June people nffe'" from Indigestion com- bined with strawberry festival. Id June the annual eruption of school essays and orations take pluco. In June a man avoids his creditors by walking on the tunny-side of the street. In June ravishing tenor solos executed by mosquitoes incline one to systematic profanity. In June boys run away from Sunday school, and every single mother's son of tliem Kets drowned. In June all that a younir man can earn that will he give to satisfy his " loves'" lontfin;; for ice-cream. fn Juno a woman who is too frnrile to lift a needle and thread, will operate a fan for four tecu hours consecutively. In June black raspberries find their wuy upon tea-tables, and life rosolvet itself Into a fierce struggle to recover tue seeas iroin one s u-uiu. In June preen nPDk'S are bouirlit. As the an pies go In at tbo back door, the doctor comes In at tue ironi aoor wua a siomacu pump. . In Juno tho mower eroeth forth to mow. Pros- e'ntly the rattling machine gathers him in. They bear in the slices to me weeping wiaow In June It takes two men to keep a street-car horse In motion. Une Deats mm wnn a noop- pole and the other sops his brow with Ice-water. In June it Is too hot to work, but almost any honest, earnest, devout American will sit a whole afternoon in the sun to see a base ball nmtcn. In June young men buy buckets of roses, hang swet verses to them and send them to their girls. The old man receives them and chucks them Into the alley. In June timorous people llv on graham bread and rare beef, and dlo of the cholera; but boia people grow fut on cucumbers; watermelons and green corn. ' In June the good mother blisters her fat face tmttinir tin fruit, whilo tho rale Intellectual daughU'r fulfills her destiny by reading the New v t ... HkH , " ' - " " ' IMPORTANT H. S. BOND DECISION. The Supreme Court of the V. S. has just rendered an important decision in regard to certain Missouri railroad bonds. The town ot Mt. Pleasant, in Bates Countj, Lad voted $90,000 subscription to the stock of the Lex ington, Lake and Gulf R. R, and, as in every other case of the kind ever beard of, He town was cheated out of its stock. .The constitu tion of Missouri provides, tbat in all such cases of voting to issue bonds and take stock in railroads two-thirds ot all the legal voters of the town shall vote in favor of the proposi tlon. The legislature of Missouri, in passing a law to make the constitutional provision ef fective, inadvertantly said that "two-thirds of the legal votes ciuC being in the affirmative shall carry tho proposition. The Supreme Court of the V. S. decides that the variance is fatal, and that ail bonds voted under that law are void, notwitstand ing it may bo susceptible of proot that in fact two-thirds of the legal votes of the town were cast in the affirmative. The bearing ef this decision on the Ottawa & Fox River bond case is obvious. Judgo Drummond refused to hear Judge Dickey on the question wheth er the town had any lawful authority to issue the bonds, holding tbat the town subsequent ly recognizing and paying interest on the bonds was sufficient. The Supreme Court of the U. S., according t this Missouri decis ion, is evidently inclined to go somewhat deeper into the question. MOEEISON'S TABIFF SPEECH. If the country ever had any misgivings as to the ability of Mr. Morrison, of 111., chair man of the ways and means committee in congress, on account of the manner in which he was assailed and underrated by the radi cal press when assigned by Speaker Kerr to the important position of leader of the house, such misgivings may be safely dismissed. His speech in the bouse on the 2"t!i ult., on the tariff question, stamps him one of our best informed and nbles'. statesmen. JTever before, is the universal admission, has the subject, in a single speech, been so intclli gently, ably and exhaustively handled. It Is by all odds the master-speech of the session. on that or any other subject. j We propose, as soon as relieved from the present pressure upon our columns, to lay the speech before our readers. Meantime we give a brief synopsis of it, copying mainly from the St. Louis IirpMican. Mr. Morrison showed that the present tariff serves the purpose neither of rtvenue nor protection. The treasury "officers condemn it because the high duties it imposes promote fraud and offer a premium to unfaithful offi cials; and the universal complaints from manufacturers about the depressed condition of their industries are a refutation of its boasted protective properties. It was in 18G4 that the protective saturnalia sit in, when the duties were increased by the Morrill tariff bill from an average of C:l per cnt. to 47 per cent. Thl9 bill was declared by its author to be "a temporary war measure ;" but, says Mr. Morrison, "the war ended elev en years ago, and this temporary war me as-! ure is in force still." Under the circum stances "it is difficult," be added, "to escape the conclusion that selfish greed had much to do with iU enactment, and no less witn its! maintenance." He shows the hollow trick of tho prolectlonists in laying a 'tariff of per cent, on cattle, horses and mules, on the pretence of protecting agriculture, an J de clares that the tariff uct of 1SC7 was simply an agreement between the wool growers and . r . i, to increase the duty on foreign ivool and woolen fabrics. It added 80 to CO per ceut. to j the duties, and, yet, woollen manufactures languish, with wages lower than thev were, before the war, while wool growers receive less for their wool than they did under the t&riti ot lbo. I he next revision of the tarilt Wua In 1 .14 tY.ii , mn tlmrn tt-ua o trcicnrr -' M A ' . 111,. , 11. 1. IULI. I. -J HUV1..-UIV, from the revenue about $20,000X00. the re l0 manufacturers. All the tax on tea and cof v ffiiia 1st vl.n AArurnmunl Kit! litl v , .. , . icalled protection duties force thepcrpleto surplus of $100,000,000; and, says Mr. Murri j Apples, pears, cherries aud straw berries in son, "no one will contend that these new du-j La Salle county ure put down as each nbvc ties, with a large surplus in the treasury,! l'W un average crop. were for any other purpose than to tax the J : -r-r- : people for the benefit or those engaged in the! J. M. Ruk, L. C. Piatt and J. R. Wjst, nickel, oil and grindstone business." Thej' Finance Committee of the Republican N'a rcmoval of the tax on tea and coffee is t!c- tional Committee at Washington," Lave usu nounced as a scheme of the protectionists toj ed a circular calling nil federal office hdd warrant the maintenance of far more opprcf. crs receiving a salary of over W) and lot sivc taxes on home manufactures; for while over $1,009, fr $10 each as a contributiwnto the removal of these tea and roll ce taxes took! be used ly said national committee for ti c- OTTAWA PKEE TRADER: SATURDAY, JUNE 10, pay $2 to $3 to borne manufacturers tor every .?! paid Into the treasury. Mr. Morison disputes the assertion that the present is not a proper time for altering the tariff. He argues that no time so good as now when tho existing tariff has proved and is proving an injury to tho country. If it is complicated, oppressive and wrong, as is generally admitted, it cannot bo changed too soon. lie would not make a violent change ; but be would reduce the rates on cotton goods to 30 per cent., on Iron and steel to 23 per cent., and on woollen goods to 4t) per cent., abolish all double duties and place on the free list all foreign -articles needed in do mestic manufactures. These modifications would relievo the people of a largo sum of oppressive taxes and tend to revive the in dustries that are prostrate under the burdens which make competition with foreign rivals Impossible. THE PLATFOBM. The Quincy Whiff speaks rather disparage ingly of the platform adopted by this recent convention of its party a'. Springfkld. It says it Is "as poiutless and senseless a piece of twaddle, from beginning to end. as was ever ratilled bv a good nntured. comnlaccnt convention that was in a hurry to idjourn. Not but that the gentlemen who composed it were abundantly able to have produced a better one; but seem to have exerted their talents in an cllort to produce something that should be entirely harmless, and ai foolish as possible; aud the effort was perfectly sue cesstul." It is, however, worse than that, ft is not "meaningless twaddle" when it pltce? into the lands of the republican party of Illinois the bloody shirt ns its banner, by the doclara tion that the policy of leniency towards the south, having resulted in the death of 5,000 unionists, must be abandoned, and He south ern states remanded back to military rule and plunder by the carpet bagger What else can it mean? Can a policy be longer adhered to that has resulted in such whole sale slaughter of the innocent loyalists ? In deed one is astonished that the convention did not bitterly arraign the administration for criminal carelessness in permitting such heinous wrong doing. If what its resold tions assert is true, then is Grant's adminis tration doHble-coated with infamy for its carelessness and criminality in not putting a stop to such butchery and punishing the guilty But the convention is oblivious of the only legitimate corallary of its resolves, and pro ceeds to declare that President Grout is en titled to the "highest rit.usE!" for his fear less, energetic course generally, and eepecitl ly for his efforts to purify the public service by a rigid enforcement ot the internal reven ue and custom laws, even to the extent f Dunishment of prominent members ot his own political party!" ' Has impudent pani sanship ever gone further than this? Are the rank and file of the party in Illinois foo.s that they are expected to believe that the aa thor of the "Williams letter against squealing and the savior of Babcock, and the persecu tor of Bristow, and boon companion of Mc Donald, Avery and Boss Shepard, has ever done anything willingly "to purify the pub lic, service?" Republicanism as etched by its own artists at Springfield, is the same shameless bawd it was a year ago, when the people so energetically cast It off. It makes no apologies for its past corruptions, no promises .of reform for the future. Bloody shirt rule to be restored In tho south, Graat ism continued and confirmed in all branches of the administration, and every species of reform rejected with contempt this is the only "reform" Illinois radicalism lias to of fer to the country. Grant's Secretary of the Navy, Robeson, though shown by late congressional investi gations to be a bigger thief than Belknap, when asked if lie intended to resign, replied "I'll be damned if I'll go out under tire if the president stands by mc. If this damned committee were not now after me, I would leave, but I can't astLings staud." Meantime the manner in w hich Roucuson is shown to have managed naval matters generally' is illustrated by the repair of the Lackawanna as a specimen brick. The cost of labor was $413,4l; of materials, f 101,000 ; of spars, boats, blocks, furniture, tanks and casks, C4,391 ; and of other items, $1,491. This is under the head of construction and repairs. Then there arc other charges to the sum ol 5l"?9,413, for services in other departments ol the yard making a total of $7(J6.3G4, which is $313,295 more than the vessel origmtlly cost. There seems to have been fraud in every item of work, t,trv!ce and niftteiial charged for. The Illinois Stute Board of Agriculture lu.s arranged to publish monthly crop reports of this state. The first was issued on Mondny, And giving the substance of the reports in re lation to the fruit prospect from all the couu- tile, KIU. lui, ii.iuKk o t vil v J . " pc, ' ' ' " ' ' 5,-, IVsrs .' bl I'lums. S C'herries Strawberries., Rasberrles .., BUcklxrrif. , Currants tioneerinc purpose. Or course nfiice rod- ers refusing to ante up are liable at any (by to Iom- their beads. It Is a dastardly a.rt f.f roblx ry, that was unknown uai! the advent of republican corruptionlsm, aid when honest men once more get Into power will doubtlea be punished like any otler .kind of robbery. THE COUBTS. OEKKRHKll.l Circuit Court. Jud-e Leland will open the June term of tho Circuit Court next Monday. The llrt two weeks will be devoted to the trial of chancery eases. The petit jury will be Impaneled the first day of the term. On the docket are 1 criminal, 421 common lawuud ITi chancery cases. As there uro ,.,ti prisoners in Jail the criminal docket will be ma terially enlarged after the Rrand jury return the indictment. Comity Court- In J'rolatc. Estate of Joseph Maierhofcr, deceased. Claim of K. I). Dyiuan for S,1!1 allowed. In the mutter of the jfuardiaiisbip of Kosamia B Uorbet et al inors. Keport of uccounts pre- scnted, approved and ordered to tie reeoruca. Estate of Thomas 5 liowen, deceased. Ap praisement bill, inventory, widow s relinquish ment and selection presented, approved and or dered to be recorded. John Ilrundajje appointed guardian, of Clara I'arr, a minor. Hond, -.uu. Estate of Jonathan Morniii.uer, deceased. Ap praisement bill, Inventory und widow s Veiiu. (luishuient and selection presented, approved; and ordered to be recordud. Sale of private prop erty ordered to be made. In the matter of the guardianship of N m. 11. Johnson, a minor. Isaac Mason Uiscuargcu us guardian. Win C C-illihan having been appoint ed guardian 1' the Probate Court of Daviess county, Missouri, and transfer of personal prop. rty to that state ordered. In the matter of the guardianship of Michael C'urr et al., minors. Inventory presented, ap. proved and ordered to be recorded. Eitute of Oliver II. Sitler. deceased. Claim of Delilah Sloat for ?41 allowed at claimant's costs, Estate of (iarret Fitzgerald, deceased. Ap praisement bill and widow's relinquishment und selection presented, approved and ordered to he recorded. Estate of Timothy Gavin, deceased. Citation is. sued against the administrator ordering him to render a report of uccounts. Estuteof John G Raley. Claim of Jacob T. Spring for $S.4IJ, and of Steward & Gullard for I'JO allowed at claimant's costs. Estate of Anna Clark, deceased. Supplemental final report of administrator presented and ad ministrator discharged. In the matter of the guardianship of Cather ine Funk, a minor. Report of accounts and in ventory presented and ordered recorded. Estate of Barton J Austin, deceased. Order for notice for tinal settlement to July term. In the matter of the guardianship of John P Turner, guardian rendered his final report of ac counts, and is discharged, and bond canceled. On Monduv, Lanra B. O'C-mner, of Marseilles, aged 17 years, was adjudged insane and sent to Elgin. Been insane three weeks; cause, irregu larity of menses; requires wutehlng. During the week the clerk ha paid out 100 for wolf bounty. A Fr.-eliohler: Tho basis of old English society was the free land holder, Bill Allen lived in Cincinnati then as now. The Englishman was the free laud hold er; he was tho "free-necked man whose long hair floated over his shoulders," &c. We are one of them fellows, only, us we once passed through Jolict, our hair doesn't hang over our shoulders Joliet atmosphere is bad ou the hair, only bald headed men can live there with any com fort. But we are a land-holder; that is, with the aid of a mortgage and the tax-gatherer we can keep the land from going out of the county. Ac cording, then, to the old English idea, wc are en titled to full rights ns a citizen, being a free holder, rights that arc inseparable from the pns- sioa of our " holding." e just found this out, and are very glad to know it. No one ever dis. puted our right to paf taxes or vote thu Demo cractlc ticket though they do say that in New York they never say anything about citizenship when they vote the democratic ticket. They have, however, disputed our right to vote a dozen times or more at a republican caucus, though we think Beverldge a good man to su pctintend a Chicago brewery, they say, or he says, he never drinks, and have even dlputed our right to get drunk on Sunday or any other day. Probably there may be some doubt as to our " holding." We never had any such doubts, nor have our friends. There is, though, sonic doubt about our holding, we reckon, for our rights as a citizen seem to be confined to the liberty of taking our drinks on week days, pay ing taxes and being patriotic. Bulwer says the man only who owns real es- tate Is putriotic, " or words to that etUct." We are therefore patriotic, to the extent of 50 odd dollars, the true value of them lands. The asses sor says they are worth more, but he is opt to be ant;jnutl in his Ideas. In ordinary seasons ?W) worth of patriotism, backed up by a pair of good ungs and our professional bellows, is suilleicnt; indeed we do not like to encourage wickedness in high places by having more land to pay taxes on. i It will be remembered, as Chat. Dudley Warner suys, that it is 4000 mile deep, but for tunately we only pay taxes on the top.) This year, the great centennial, wc coneiuuca we should need a little additional patriotism, aud have gone into improvements. First, wo paid t'M taxes. It may bother some to see the im provements in this outlay. This of course re quires time. Receipts in two colors" red and white" are very pretty, and in a short time wc expect to have enough to cover the whole land, which will give a pleasing elfect to the scene, and thon we'll be happy may be we can ' let up' th-n; we at least would have no objection to doing so. More lately we invested $u in a drain. fhese lands are not In a swamp by any means, but we never did take to water well, especially canal water, which is too much mixed for home consumption; besides, we thought our future wife might objeet to going about the cellar in a boat or In rubber overalls, trying to harpoon a herring for breakfast. Fortunately a drain is a hole and can be c overed up, or we'd have but lit tle land left. As it is, our drain is la, and our improvements finished, (till some Aladdin runs up a shed for us,) and we figure up: Them lands t 0.00 Taxes -V'-M Improvements tt.00 fil.'-V Thus wc stand in the centennial race with C.l a; north of patriotism ; what we expect to do with it all we don't know, but are willing to con tribute the 31 cts. to the widows and orphans, (taking our share as an orphan,) to make even change Irregular patriotism i very apt to see he "cage " before the Fourth is entirely over. X 1'sf.kli. CoMrouSD. Lime-water nnd milk, according to the testimony or an expe- .;nl-nl ntivfciritin. i mi.st useful Compound, not only for Infants, but at a later period of life, when the lanciions oi uieesuon imilatinn have been seriously impaired. A goblet of mil lo which four tablespoonruls of)ime-water have been added will agree wiTU any person, even when other food is op pressive and fail t j afford nourishment. . 1876. Our Spring Stock of Wall Paper has arrived, and is now ready for exhibi tion and sale. It is larger and fuller than ever before, comprising Brown & White Blanks, Satins, Embossed and Silver Papers, Stamped and Embossed Golds, many of which are imported goods. Also Tints, Mouldings, Decora tions of many new and very handsome designs, and Borderings of every con ceivable design and quality in great quantities. Also, WINDOW SHADES of every variety, Curtain Fixtures, &c. We invite the public generally to call and examine this fine stock, be lieving that all will be pleased, both as to beauty, quality and price. Respectfully, mam a iwemi COOK, DUFFY (MUCCESWOUS TO FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS, Corner of Clinton and Lafayette Sts., Ottawa, Ills. Special attention will fee given to the manufacture ot all kinds of Brass orlnm Machinery or Castings. Our facilities for doing first-class work, at the most liberal prices, are unsurpassed by any establishment in the west. ,.,,. One of the leading features ol our Establishment will be thi manufacturing ana repairing of Mill Works, Farm MacWnery & IfflBlements. , . i ea v,airinrr thoir work done as ordered, and HprsonS El Vine US orutr Man uo oiud finished at the time we agree upon. The line is solicited. Ottswa, Msy 8th, 1KT5.-U Centaur Liniments. - . Af thoiii wAndcrl'ill nain so ni-ariy wrwci nre w.. I -V,.., r, S ronB- lOOl I HZ Mill lllMliru V nimur mu. ."v... . . -- - - -- - -.-, - dently nay my ' illovlat uy J'1" "r'"'"B t c nropi-r result where the body 1 polMonort by .. U u nrn-uarT to a DroptT WIllNKy. - - iibvilcal, at mental condition. Tho Wlilto Centaur Jj! n I m e n 1 1 Pr tlcnlarly a.laptert to all cae of lthoum atln. Luu "o. NcSramtv Emtpeiaa, .Itch. Wn vnl "" '' Main. Cut Brntaea. b) HKH, I'oUoiia, iValda, hcjatlta, TXmcl Vain, inthe .l$e Wound.. Weepl o blnw. Kuril Vroatfd Kwt, lnly fcur-ache .lIcerf.uiQ SoiiJ. Broken reaiw. 8re MppTea. !ore Throat Croup. D?-,thena?etc. The mo.t ol thM complaint, the entaiir I lu me"t will cure ; all ol them It will benetl t . It will ex - e.freliriiN I.n.l m,tt,lf illi-ut a M-ar. Inelol loui" Vm a .ample ol a thou.aiid .Imllar testimonial.: Mv wife ha. for along tlmi. l.-en aterrtbleminererlrom ni.ma l.rn"the ha. tried many phv.lclan. and many rimSm The only thine hlch una Hven tu-r relle 1. 1 on tSui Liniment! 1 am rejoiced to nay tl.l lia. f ured her. laur Linimeni. . ., u 'uini;. l'ontuiaster." .oicnea. ironi burin, c. One -lollar. or eren BPy cnU. InvcjtKl I,. ''" L la ment will be within reach when an aceineni I" - ii ,i mare eood than any amount ol money paid lor me-lcal attendance. V, hen pi.y. clana : are called they frequently ue this Liniment. aLU i,f tourae charge leveral price for It. rpv. Voiiinrr rJftnt.aur Liniment l adapted to the toucn .km. m"""Ji'"Srf;m v. liiii-t.mi, uijj'iiiw. - - -- - niarvelleu.. .... ltenn. J. McClureft Co., Drogglata . cor. Kim and r ront treeta. Cincinnati, t.. aay: . , ..,.,. .. In onrnelllibornooa a nun. uri , nieuiaurl-lnlment. .TfiWb I.TiSr lo da " lH.it lt"rr month to ow..e? of horae. and mule.." dw h.v- Jffumei ot tc.lmonlal. determine cure, of n.. Kick. -a. is Poll-KVU. ment, which any t,ay may prove worth tenty tlmen it. coat. . . . t-old every where, out prepareu wi; . Laboratory of J. B. liose & Co., 46 Dr ST.. Sw VOKK. Castoria. Cro... .lck!r hahle. and children may Sfrr'M; ' iiiiUher. liavereat,.!!:" ,oor Worms lercriHinr... owinina. c - tvimach and undle.ted Joud make chll'InB croae, anu d correct l ' "'; T,r p'ro'lure in ,ff-Ue rxrH-nmenit.1 In l I'nvati rraci.c : i i( ue9rcv b,,Ca.tor Oll, w.taout lu u:.plra,.r.t ta.ie or recoil. .... ...m..! r.tniiM. Phvlclana T. rI,",..05,, : r.n.ed Mi remedy, to whicn'ne gave the name of Cfttorl. rei-SiVe;.e"om ."d bowel., and doe. not .rit. It iTllanJed to aM ei. contain, no alcohol, an.l . a Try CaMarla once. and yoo wll'.nevwr l.owltli- l"p.rUl at the Laboratory ,.t J. B. i:oe Co.. W LIVy n York. apr.' man Hapemwi . - v.vu. 1 L A N K 1 0 O K S. fn" f n?n'Ke?rompt; ly and al lair price., at Oeraan Hapeiuaa'a. 19 Laaalle a. l IIKAI'S printed In e.-t-cla..tyle. by tisMA llAPKMAS.raTmAiaaOeTic. PLAYING CAKDS, B?ttSS liapeaian'a. wet of the to art Houc aqaara. 16) IniD W. II. W. Jl7IirIAIS.) v ..., - - patrona- e of those needing anything in our Tfimrno r. iiirrv UUUK, rib HP c uurr x. Carpenters & Unifiers. WEISS & WOLF, ContraclorsBflMers, DO ALL KINDS OF MASON AND CARPENTER WORK, Millwright and any Other Work in their Line. Plan, and Specification, wl.l be furnished If called for. STAIK BXJII-I3IKrC3-L SPECIALTY. tr All order? will receive prompt attention, and 5a:HC ' tlon Riiarantted m all km: COLUMBUS STREET. IN WILLIAM PALMEK'S OLD STAND, Ottawa, Illlnol. May a). J0SIAH POPE, CARPENTER, MIIOl I TUB AiniOl K BKICK Bl'ILDIXCS, On Clinton St.. north cf Main. OTTAWA, ILLS. BRICK, STONE OR WOOD of any ue In city or cocntry. Makes a Specialty of Stair Building VI wort done well and promptly and ..tl.lMtlon fuaraned. ilArat Knllli In fl?Tt Contract on fin lfler V. . ... .