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OTTAWA FHKK TKADEK: SATUKDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1876.
T1EWSOFA CKIOS SOLOIER. To the Editors of the Free Trader. 1 i i,r,. nnn i-.sked bv a soldier friend why t il-Lr a mau who served in the union nrni y , mmi, who. it elected, Morton tells you will , . . . n.in noimistpntlv and con- eonirolled by bis party or he will b.i l.rok during l!e war cm cor.si.sUnt. and con :(, d JwlI klfw whllt num.... Bcientioiisly vote forTilden and Ileniliicks. j w)U(. ftr(J W(J () (x,,c, jyom election I promised liiw au answer, ami I will give 0r Tilden? Mr. Schurz gives us the text iu limapurtidonenow, as I consider the war! tho filwinir words: i .i ,ia 'Gov. Tilden has won bis reputation us a completely enrted. 'reformer mainly by the prosecution of the About cloven years und a half have passed ; canal ,.lnj, jn th(J iStale ,)f ew York. I will away since the armies of Lee and Johnson - not follow others in questioning his motives, nrrendered and armed rcsistonce to the gov-! but readily admit that prosecution to have i ,.,, n..nnlP beeH an enterprise requiring considerable crament ceased. The southern people ax circums,1(.ct,on, nd perseverance knowledgcd themselves beaten in the contest f()r wujcu ue should have full credit. ShoulJ of arras, and in good faith accepted all the he be elected president, he wiil undoubtedly conditions of capitulation that the govern- eject 'n'P" en'ow7ii " . i rrlia r1,1iiftn w so punish all the dishonest ofilcers now in incut saw fit to Impose. The republican i g mak,ne ft ll(.lean 8vm.p.. party had full control of both branches of (j0v. Tilden has lived in the great state ot i . . . .... ........ f i v ' i . ..il i i:r.. ..II nrlvuf, And eon press, and snaneu me ruconsiruuimu u. tho southern states according to their own trill, and the southern people, although gall ing under deleat, impoverished by the war and overrun by a horde of unscrupulous car pet baggers, who sought to fatten upon their misfortunes, with commendable fortude nod patience bore every Indignity and submitted without a murmur to every measure of re construction. The Thirteenth Amendment to the Con- siltutiou abolishing slavery was passed and ; made a part of the organic law of the land,; and each of tho southern states adopted a constitution as dictated by congress. Thcj Ij(Cftl thriljom uut they tell us that he Fourteenth amendment to the Constitution, !, )U1,lt 1K,t to hu elected because he was u makin" the emancipated slaves citizens of. member of th convention that adopted the Ibe United States and providing that nojle resoUuion JZ claims for confiscated property should ever jof,tl!it r4Jsolulion, but bo that as it may, that be paid by the government, was passed and ratified, ns was also the fifteenth amend went, giving the right of suilrage to all cit- izens without regard to race, color, or pre - ious condition of servitude. This is cstab ' ,ier to conquer the rebels. 15ut if they failed lished law, acknowledged and accepted by! In four years ot war and eleven years of all classes and parties south as well as north, peo to restore the union "J , . , , Uvoik should be placed in more comptieni end 1 political and social rights are guaran- bans teed to every citizen by ample and sutllclent - laws. ReconstrHctlon, then, Is complete, and' From Utica. all the Issues of the war forever settled. j Ti a- is:r. Yet the irhost ot the "blo-nly shirf forms ltiia, jui j-., i. the burden of every republican speech in Uiic.i is up and active tbs week ; so lively, this campaign, and it is done lor a purpose.,' indeed, that we are led to think every man iu It is done to divert the minds ot the people: UlCa tmvnslli p considers it an honest duty Jrom tlie real issues, and to cover up their . . . . .mmia, record of corruption. The republican lead ! " conic to town every day, to compromi. , ers know that their only hope for power and ; as it were, lor his absence during the preced plunder is to keep ahye in the hearts of thej ng feVv months. Comparatively speaking people the teeiings oi malice ana natreu en-; rendered bv the war. r.nf tl.ev v that l.v volinir with the (loin. . ocrats we'vote with those who fought usdur- than halt the amount the merchants ft Otta idc the war. In answer to this I Vpeat the ' wa pUrchase in one season. Called on John war is ended. Not only is the war ended hut k h 8f WM g0 flCComnu). we tnd th worst element of the southern - . 1 ' , ,. ,,.i,ir people todsyia sweet communion with the. dating as Put bimself to the trouble ot republican party. Such nun, for instance, as telling how much grain he shipped thisjear JIisbv the guerilla, ho is a boon compaii-; jt WH!i TUjOo bushels. Thanks, John. Al- '2 ' f V.ref GM0t Bndone ,,,'.wl Sl, called va Gilbert, but Lis gertUmanlg, cScer, Msj. Grlswold, recently received an ' ..... pp..inim-nt In tho treasury department a', a obUjiuj spirit would not aliow him to grati a.lirv i i.n 0 a year; () iantrelle the bush- fy the reque.t of a reporter of the FltKE whack' r, LnTS'reet the rebel chiefta'n, old 'j'mDEu Brown, the tounder of the AndersooviJle. ; " b f , . 3? g hc prison pen, and a host ot others of l ike char-1 . , " , t . :ter. Kutlhaveno issne to make on this' week. Bert I rench, ot Ottawa, but formerly point. These men, like all other American' of this neighborhood, got married at his old citizens, have a perfect neht to alSliate with 1 1(jm,. here last evening. whatever political party tncy chose; i only ' KJgecomb is the largest and stoutest rotation it show to what they are driven, l'"ox-' h for ar.-jrr.: rt. i man we saw in L tica on ednesday. Voii '.w.'l fisid that as a rulo the men who: John .Maguire is looking for somebody to .re trying war, rebels and traitors so vehe t(,ji ijIm jie ,s ni). happiest man in L'tica. laently in this campaign are those who were: ! ... i i .. a : i . !........ i themselvr and rebel bullets. The republl-1 "Keep your mouth thut, and the sun won t c&nl'rvc for the soldiers occurs periodically! burn your teeth," retorted a peripatetic oll jnst b( tore an election, but soldiers will re-1 vendor to the irrelevant remark ot a scoller member that it was a republican president' In the crowd. This advice ought to be or who vetoed the soldiers bounty bill when at value to more persons than the scoller who the same time he signed the salary grab bill assailed the oil. People who talk much ex Ihat put an additional $2:,C00 a year In his. pose their teeth to the air; evaporation of the own pocket, aud that it was a republican'saliva ensues, and tartar collects on every senate that left a similar bounty bill to die. tooth. In a few years the teeth oj a talker without even consideration. Heforin h tin;' become defective, and he (more frequently treat Issue in this campaign. Kveu repub- she) goes howling to a deutist. Who says Ficiu.B who are bound by party shackles and! there is not punishment for every idle word ! b w the knee to Haall are forced to ackuowl-j Courier-Journal. t-dgc thai irvfiularititt exist in their p.iriy.j ,, 77,, , . JSut there are some more liberal ones that call j Something new in the Hue of letter, note and things by their right names, a the following, bill hcutU, at tho V'keb Tkadbh printing rooms. Irom the great speecli ot Uari sciiurz. ueiiv-i ered a few evenings ago at .Cincinnati, will! show : j "I have deemed it my duty, on every prop er occasion, unsparingly to denounce the! abuses which have grown aud spread under! the last to administrations. That duty re-1 mains the same. Of what I have saldouj this subject I have nothing to retract Those 1 abuses have injured the country in the opin ion of mankind and alarmed the American' people. Neither can those who were guilty f corrnnt practices or thosn who. in hiirh: places, permitted them to grow up, be excused j as the mere victims or a vicious system. If the plea of temptation were always held valid as a.ustmcation o sin, there would soon be warcely a temptation without a victim, audi such victims would have a pie isant time ol , it. No, I believe in personal responsibility. 1 have to ailmit that at no period iu our his i tory the conduct of some ot those highest 1 in power has exercised a more demorali.ingj 1 ., ,: ,n n ti.,.D, . 1... r.?J Mini ui'trinuiiiK imuucuwi ui.u.1 ... u?. f public life liclow lhan it lma within Hu lat low yeitrn. 1 douht wht'ther the arbitrary n.-e ol the power or appointment uml re rauvitls hs a means of favoritism, and reward anil punishment, has ever been curried to a more alarming extent, I said so yeurs ami ami when I repeat it to day, I dn so with the fcssurauce that a large majority of tiiu repub lican pnriy have in ihe meantime come to the conclusion thit I was riht. I po further in Buying that the resolution in the ualional republican platform cxprgsin?iiVr?iii.'f smnrfiTiil lit' (!i n Crtitit'n nilniinlstratliin was weak concession to the established partvl lVt.t.on -f Kmc .: lluM..lt...i ...id about flfte.-i 5.,,n ,,f rourtPfiv at the exnense of truth '"'hern, a-kin:; -oiiin .1 to have that portion t ..s..h'c i.r Loune at u.c expense oi ;.'ru'.' ,.,,,, Si. laving north ..f the Ca.il Fe. .I. r. r.nd a luisrepreseutat on of public sentinieui.i wid,.m.(l , B,.t.rd.,ec with a rev rvati,.n made ie:i to uc such uy a large uiwjun.y oi most- who assenteu." This Is from republican authority, and is afllcier.t to satiety the most skeptical of the corruption of the very party whose candidate ilr. fcchurz asks you to Tote tor. Ihe very man who labia letter ol acceptance Indonesia the platform of the convention that rave him Ihe nomination, which platform indorses all of the corruptions of Urant'i adtninistration. These abates are not of recent origin. They existed to a very great extent four years ao, and t)ey were knowa to exist by the repub Hf.in lenders, but when urh renublicaaa as mner,rcelychurc,Trnmbull. Julian aad . .. . a host or others exposed and denounced them they were ostracised from the party and denounced a renegades and traitors. When Sumner Iron his place in the Senate, in the ablest speech of his life, denounced the ad ministration ot Grant for ita nepo'ism and favoritism, the vials of party wrath was pour td down upon bis head without measure. Got. liayes bas been In public life for a long time and be must have known of these things, yet be bas never raised bis voice to say one word, eiluer to expose or cenouoce iuem The republicans pledged themselves to re form forr years ago, and went so far as to es tablisb certain rules by which to govern ap pointrarnrs. but Grant took occasion to vi' Iv.cthcm attte first opportunity, can we hope for reform by continuing P"r,y 111 powertlint Ima violated every pledge, it Inn nl'Pr muill til hut direction? The only lis- 1 ,.,.,,..,, u lnv.- U tin- nuked promise of one nc idik uii his iuu, nnhlir. tu t have been done there, his charac ter and ability are well known. Great abuse s existed In the municipal irovermncDt of the empire state, reform was demanded and the people who knew hire best declared by a majority of over OO.UX) that ho of all her noble sons was best titled for the great work. Not only has he done the work referred to by Mr. Schurz, but in less than two years he has reduced the taxes from Id to 8 millions. As he performed the trreiit work of reform so well in his own state his friends have pre sented him to the people as a proper person to reform the abuses in the national government, and I am willing to accept him with their J CCUIIJ till. IJUUI. ll'U UllVt UIUV'IOLUUM'I .1,... l.So ,,l,it.,,M u 111 rrwlnnm in from OUT D - resolution declared no more than the repub lican stump speakers and newspapers are ue. daring to-day tUat the war "failed ' to subdue and conouer the sjuth and ass tliat i . Knoihnr lease- ot power in or . , . , ,,ut wu wiU vcuture to is shipped from here ay uiai more grain Fresh oysters in every style at II. Wultl.er's. Kint! btutiotiety at Osmuu A Hapeinan's. COt NCI L ruot KKDI OS. H.'Kiilnr Mei'llnn. Ti ESDAl', Septemlier .'), JS7I. Preieiil: Muvor Lynch and aldermen West, lui ksou, Bowman, Knit:, Jckyll, Met. am, Holmn, Trimble mid Tiilltli Colwell ami tVynian 1. Absent: 1 .trier, siulin, The. reudinir f the n.l.iutes was, on motion of Ktmr, dispelled with. mZJ Ytl.e fourth ward, whereupon, K.nK tnoveil lo ,m,0 a Vitnu oI thrt. 0j,piuted to pre- ,ru uilu,!u r,.iutli.iii. The Mayor named Kintr, Hoban and TrlmMe as such com. Tliey withdrew, and, upon their return, ottered tho followmir preamble and resolutions whleti were unniiimously fcdopted: WiiKitr.As, lliomiis K Brown, an liimorutde ,.... . tM, r....n,.-.x ,, .Hod sn.eo our l,.l I Itli'i-t ill LT. Il till 1 VilKi:Kri, We knew him as u nieinlier, to lie ' nil iiicreeulile, eointeim. n-speetful ;etitieni:in. ! 1 1 1 1 1 -1 uml f.iilliful in tlie ilUclianre of liU pub lic untie anil iiioit active and vi'il.ilit In tlie in leii-ali. of Ilia toilet it lien It. AVWii., Tlierrfini'.tliut weiiiicerely regret Ida Midden and utiinely death, ami thut we extend li Ida family our di epei-t fy.npu'.hies In their he reavetnent. y,V'ir(, That this rusoliili.iH lie spread upon ihe revoriN uml pulili.lieit In tin- proreeilitiira of llii eoi.tieil, mid that the clerk fuiiii.ih the f.mi il V of 'lie ileeeu-ed will, a copy. for thut purpoe liy John C. ('hainiilin.when con veying tho Juts frontline on wet side of said atrect, wa presented and on inntuiti of Kiu re ceived and prayer uranted. I'elition of vY. Ilushiiell and about thirty oth ers, anklni; council to cauxe. thn eutistruetinn ot suitalile croasinir upon the uortii aule.f lVarl o ., across amii ii .-... ot. j... i..n. me urn side of South Piviahm t. aero Pearl St.. was presented and the matter referred lo Street and Alley t'o.ni nittetf. Thn Mipior I.lceii; B hi.I of Mrs. Min Ka peNkl were pn-seuted and on million approved. The I'olii . Coin, reported the lull of A. I' Ve. Intire, sher.tr, for vl-l' referred to thetn at the i . . ., . I ... .....!.. ... , iit mci-iins, eorrcci mn ............ ,...vu ui.-iiv. The bill of lr. Hard i"-for "erviers rera. red In the matter of Swecly v. the rlty uf Ottawa. wapreented nm referred to Ijw at.dOrdi-1 nanee Committee. lill.LS oriikkko r.vio: A C Mclntiie, Sheriff ;:i lo L P Marsh 5-" Ottawa Ua Co ( sj.77) 2 77 Ixiuit (iairel (31 50 :!1 Vi Michael Payne 10 So Pat Burn 75 Iho.nas Mahony 12 (Xi James Hart "X Thomas Cochrane 3 (X) John Seanlon x Mirhael N.nan ) Joseph Butler ft 75 John McNulty fi"u Mifhnel Tricy Tlientlore Hon. Il K Mitt I V Hitt S I.iickwood S I.ock wood 7 7.-.I J I o . i i 7 .mi i I IT; r& .7 .V.l I'l l:i 4 71 , S l.oikwinxl . . . n.. i ...Hi.. I'., i ran.. i.n!. .ii.iiii.i i, Inl'l Pipe Co Munley .V: Smeetuii Win. Stormoiit A Armour () Mitehell Henry Wolf Put Uruilsliuw Jolin Sinilli Put Aherii Put Burn Michael Payne Joseph Huiler.... Brndon Crnke Ci-f) Jeri-'iniBti Meairher Arthur I.oikwood I,W Brewer Lawrence Cumiinuhiim T C l.oi:un A B Lowe .1 K Kioi dun K I) Sweeticr ''Iirlt. Wolf G W Dow John Klicii.uH Kred Sliinzel (ieo. Wei.'i Kd miller Justus llurris Ktiersol i: Krouse M A Custilnir li W Jui kson Jerry Muher Jiiiik'S Asl.cr Peter Walsh KJwuid K Perley Hubert Burnett fitrawn .fc Powell MOO p) 70 4 00 '2S Vi !1 :;7 It 75 i M :i 7". 5 oo :. J. 7") .'") (H) ,71 Oil :; m so IKI J7 :.o .7) 00 II IX l 'j: l -s l v::. l t 1.-. .7) (H) 1 oo ;.: ;i IT 4.7 .71 00 17 .71 :;.') ihi :;7 7ti 40 IHI lieo. W Burgess - f 1 i.7 On motion of West adjourned to first Tuesday In Oet., 7ti. ti':o. W.Kavenn City ( lei k. Tni Kills OBDiRin Pun a rinroin to this fallow lao AO oehTS; Pollre Ki'nervnlr i.kh unit (.iu 1 !hl,.. Puhllr Iniproveuienu. Klie D iinrtmi'nl ( on'ni i.x iiiirie t IT.. J .'il. IT i;o;t s; ti '..'v) ie;'1 t ! , M.;.i OKI). W. RAVENS, CHy f.-rK. The Fiiee TitADEit and Live Stm-k Jouru 1', one year, for .'i.(M. The Fit eh Thadkk and I'ru'trU IWiitn; one year, for :i.0". Catholic Prayer Cooks In all styles at O.-ih.ui .t Hapeinan's. The Fueb Tkahkk and Chicago We-khj T;,,irs one year, for $:J.lo. School books of till kinds, at Osman .: ILipc man's. Pai-f.h Wixdow C'i ktaixs. A ;reut variety, af Os.nan it Mapcman's. Cat holie Prayer Hooks h: all styles lit Omiuih .t llapcmun's. Ottuwa AVli.ilei.ule Market. Ottawa, Sept. 8th, l7ii. The following were the figures yesterday : Corn, :;Se. for 7.") lbs.; Oats, New, 2Mi'e for 00 lbs; timothy seed, $ 1 .4."oi 1 .50 ; Hay, $( for prairie, $7 for timothy; Potatoes, New, :;(.7 40c. We quote below : Flour, white winter wheal. 9 100 r lour.aprtiiK whul.lvUII, luO fts Klour. Mil wln'rr, iun m Com Men), retail, 100 Wnet.(piiiig, bueli K.lO , aii dt ;i:-ii :t ,ni 1 eu i 'i id M ;m ;ih , .'1 1 ib bU 1 ill I.i Kl itl , 1 :v d I in i -a iu in 15 ( H 111 3;S 2 III .'.'.I " no I a mi It 411 800 14 4 "0 , 4 V0 10 5 01.' 400 , 5 CO 5 ii 1' K i mi s 9 in i'i i" 10 Corn. ar, fi ij fti Ciirn, ilif lleil, w Hi UatiiiDewi, i'i ft. llarli'V. 4 I'.y. Ill ill, I'll IMt Cluvtr bed , UllioUijr cl.... I1 IW'unn fotat'ien, new, bind Checf, a Mutter. do I ( hlckeiit. live, V loz arooDi. I1 Jul Hy, ton Wool. Cattle on loot. 100 at FatCnlvn.Mvewflglit.il 100 a nhrep, 1(X Bl LlreHiiKa Lard. Tallow ft Salt, hl Uldet. a ft Calf. O'accn a Flint IU'l.-. ft . Dry Sail, a ft Cltlcugo Market, Sept. 8th, 197ft. Flour Prlees a shurlo lower. Fancy white winter extra, f i.75J7..) ; sprintr extraa t4.7"H'i 3.1X1; fmicy Minnesota putent, fii.riOe'.i.OO. Wheat Ixiwer. Winter (not (Uotetl.) No 1 aprinir, 8Sc.ntl.li;!; No.a.WiftWc. Com No 3,4JH,214'e. Options, Si pt., 4J(S !:!(. Outs Cah lalea, :l(i?:!lc., (latter for wliile.) Kye lS(.f.V)c, for No. 2. Barley No. 2. 4S(,.'50e. Lnrd '.l..V)(lrf0.fJ. Tullow He. Potatoes New 1.35e !."." tier Mil. ' Butter Good fancy yellow, 30urJ:',.-; roll l"x?17 ctn. Kiftr- 10ai(),i;e. per do.. Cattle Dull, ami prlees lower. Funry srrude cteers 'i.lXl(it.'i.l5; elioice natives ti..5((i-l.r5. town aHd heifer 2.25(33.60. Ottawa Foal OfQre. I CI.OH1NO AND AK1UVAL OK MAlf.81 '!, .Irnwi Kstern mall Ijki f l;-p Msstrrn luml l:io M 13: r Siutharniuall ln; i 3:inp a Northern Biall 3:jnpM 1i:I0am Kami Kldit.Ta'ady,Thora. A Saturday fci.iru Utn a CrairlfOi-utm.Wediieailay and Saturday. M eM 1:00 a NUlit mU 7:pk KKstmail. rlaC.B. y. K. II 11:10 an Offlinopfnaat 1 a a. aadcluaea at 7:31- rt. ' .lime iu. M7. J. K.CAMKItON. P.M. Chicago, Burlington and Quincy 1. R. TIMK T.tlll.K. I ToUi.-ilAjroM. N.i. til H a miL rn.nl it i !l I' it I' i' u t : .n ; h 7.20' '. t r. in H S VII ", I v M -.7 4 O 4 : 4 -fi i l-H 4 0.1 5 i 3.40 1 M a atv. r a.uv. m KrHitht gc.iDt aoufn .17. .1.1 r aft Krwirht coini aoum J. . litis i. KrriL'til it'iint north ......11 10 a a l Krilalu iculo DuriU ....4.. 7.4upa HAMVKL IHWKIJ, Uenrral t'aaarnii-r and Tirarl AenL F. C. LEK, Acnt at Ottawa. nr: C'OMKSS.l TIMK T.tUI.t; Chicago, Kock Island aad Pacific Bsilroad. fan. Tralna Waat. STATIOIt l"a. Tratna East. LV.P M. Ui .u I S au M M I 7-UJ It wpa, S 1.14 i.Si 1 jm a si I TO I t l t III It . t.u ..in IU I II II. . CMraco. ...JolH-i... . . Morrla.. MaraIlM l rTA W A ..La Ball.. S !b' r t S) 4 4 V! 5 J.K' 13" I M I t-IS I tM I..1 IJ U 1J 41 II M II t.1 11.10 I 1(1 l.u i en t to t V) S.4S 5 ' 6 1 r. IK LV... Burma J s i 1 1 a is 4.11 ; lor1a 4 i 4 0 ; Branca 5 j ' S ai i aa.r.B.i a.a . Hanry .. l 1; Hnarl.n. ll.M III W 10 Ol a. 11 IV iv.a a. PrAiia liracrli C.i.lllrolh II H raona..1 Iu w tf.r a. 1 t 411 HI s vi 6 nr.! l.l'i ta.A.a. t VI I IS IU.4S J 4.1.1 -.! l a ' a u . s 'a t.a. . sai rBAijrraa 11 a j. I" jo I .u a a -jo ,4lr. II .J . Mnllne .1 1 . Kaca lalad In a itv.p a DnMolnva 1 1.1 1. ,t a. a. . 11 u t pa. I i 4 l j l I ri nP. .'ill 4 iraiarll HI, S .1 Hjrwrwtk' .1 1 Arhw 1.... 1 II !" Wwtiinrta, S t . IJ T Wronrnry.j 4 M I .1 I JU iOulm(. 1 111 I. ...1. S.M. f rra.tairaaa. Act- H. I!inii a. frfn'l Sop't May n, ins. O. M. BALL, Arm! at Ottawa. From Aurora. I X0 6J.Na.6t STATIONS. ll l I P.M. l.v. a. l.v. 4. .11 1 i.v t'hlraito 10 t IS Aurora.. an Ji Writ Aiirorn :tt .: Oawnrn a is I is Vorkvillc li V. IIIKI Fni VII I luiw Mtllhrouk Mi I in. IS Milllnsi.m ' M i in .50 Aharli.aD t ' , I" III sri"a ; rs i lii It Wntmn " l; I 1" M Ilayl.m 8.?2 ! 11.10 Dli'AWA f i; 111 II (.r'l U'-Ut 10 I II W SLrraUir r.i.tk. a.a.aa. Dll. II. OMX, Ot r.i.eii!;!., (formerly ol tills pln.c.) will HMt Ottuwu, at t'luion Ilulil, Ihi) llintTiieinIuyolciu.il month, for treatltin til illiiiBi's of :lie Hyu unit Kur, mrnlcally or othi'ruUn. UiwniUuiif tor eat irnet, urilfli'lul pupll.'HTertcd H(Ss,cl08urc of the cur limit. cio eye. Htriwoliyloniu, w.d tho rumoval of tuniDri n1 inorblil Krowtl of every duscriptlon. Artlllclul eye nil oar arum 'imcr'j'il without puln or prcvlounopern Hon, Orauuir eye-lid. 11' tnotf)njiieHt iliiaue In the xtftt. 1 rwll:iitlytniipfrmaiirni'jwr(i Frc m bis long expcrlenee Iu tttnting dlscaiwa of the Eye aud Ear be foi l, coufldnat In atatlnK that he can cure near!; every case. Chronic d'neaaca aluo treaed, Conultattonfree. Larceatatock of Artificial ICyealnthe Weat. Docemherintb l70.-tl ARABIAN MEDICINES. CONSUMPTION CAN BE CURED. This KAl T lias been rally demonitratcd In more than 10,000 CaxeH by DR. S. D. HOWE, Of New Voik. the li KE AT t'OXSUMPTIOX DOCTOli, rilOPKlETOlt OF 1 UK ARABIAN MEDICINES, t eleliraled throuchout the world For llu ir n iiiiirkalile eun'K. Conminiptlon C n most cer tainly be cured by the use of Dr. Howe's Arabian Milk Cure! Dr Howe's Arabian Tonic ! Dr. Howe's Arabian Liver Pills! THE V1LLS, liy the ineof whlcu me liver la aroused Into healthy ac tion. Hie Mtnmach elennaed, and the bowela regulated. THE ARABIAN TONIC Cleanup the ayalem or all corruption, makea new blood, ttlvea stn-ntrtli, and rreaiCT an appe'lle. anil fxpel from I lie !unr dhrouKh the blood) the corruption which scrofu la In tela upon lliem. The Arabian Milk Cure Strengthen the weak lime, promote expectoration, ills m Ives Urn mucous ilielt!Ui, mi.1 anlHt naiuie In throHluK oil Die unheallhy ma'ler. eaiiclncllin lirltatlon, an'l thus connumptlun may Ih-cured. Triee ol Milk Cure aud Tonic, inch tl per bottle ; six Ur f. fills, tents per bos ; nix lorl. Sold, wholesale and retail, bv Forbea & (ielirlng, Prnz K!st, Sole Axeut lor Ottawa, 111. PI!. S. D. HOWE, Tropnetor. IclilO-'J New Yori;. Steam Job iJrintfNo. mm TJIADER STEAM DEPARTMENT 13 SUPPLIED WITH THREE FAST PRESSES! XIUJN IIV A BAXTER STEAM ENGINE, Tlio Heat In l'ie 4ol hy all the needed machinery, rvpe and fliturei for a kinda ol plala and lane buok and job priotiiW. VariouB New Styles of Type just received and additions constantly being made. PRINTING DONE IN ALL COLORS! llronzing, (iildin?, &c. WITH ODII Steam Power Coattng- hot a trifle for fuel, we eaa print by lk uwiiaaad laiwaaalona al Half the Cost of Hand Power! While we cnarantee as Good Work as any city Jobbers, we challenge a comcar on of Prices with! any 'other 4n.bllsh-raents .job nun 11 (Carpenters U liniltiers. THOMAS AND HUGH COLWELL, CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS, AND G EERAL MANUFACTURERS. Having purchased the Factory and Planing Mill of COLWELL, CLARK & CO., We aro prepared to take contracts for the erection of all I kinds of builillnita, In town and country. With the faclll ties we posHewi, wetiuna: it lor tlie wiereeioi inow coaieiu plating nut.dlnz to call and sen n and xet ourn?urea on their work. We propose making a specialty of mannfa turlng first clam Sash, Doors, Blinds, Mouldings, Stair Railings, Balusters, Newel Posts, Ele. And kcenl.ig In stock all kinds of Builders' Hard ware, l.lme. flair, Blncco, Cement. BrlCK, Sewer Pliw. DnilnTlle, Dimension and Cut Btone, (ittawaand Jollet Kuhhle Stone, (.1h. I'alnts, ells and Putty; also llulldlng l'apcrs. All of walcu we will sell at the LOWEST MARKET PRICES. With tbo Improved Machinery wo lave, we aro prepared to uu DRESSING & RIPPING Of Lnnibi-r patlarsetorily. Hoplnj to be Pavored with a chII from ttioae riolrlnira.iytlilD2 la our line, THOMAS HUBS C0LW2LL. I) ID cc, Kaclnry and I'lanlng Mill, Labile St., Ottawa. PETER MILLER, COMTHACTtllt, Carpenter & Builder OTTAWA ILLS. Shop near the C. B- & Q. R. track, on the noruer immediately south of the depot, I'eniotis propoatng to build, r having job of any kind In nil lluv. will aavo inuaey uy kiviiii 11. iu unii. aiiiu-.. JOSIAH POPE, OE.TERAJj CARPENTER, Itl NIIOP I? THE ARMOUR RRICK mJILDINU, on Clinton St., north of Mali., OTTAWA, ILLS.' Is prepared to furnish plana and inncincatlona, and to taka contrncis ior ouiminss 01 BRICK, ST01TE OR WOOD Uf anjr ilze In city or country. Makes a Specialty of Stair Building. All work done well nnd promptly !n aatlalactloa guarautewl. rm-i .n nn.nt t manv nf the flnent bull'lltiKS In Ottnwa and vicinity aa epeclmeua of hla workiuauililp. inarlS-tl WEISS & WOLF, c ontraBioi s i Bottders, . DO ALL KINDS OF MASON AND CARPENTER WORK, Millwright and any Othor Work in their . Line. Tlar.4 and Spi-clflcatlona whl be furnished If called for. A SPECIALTY. tW All order win receive prompt attention, tnd satln.ic COLUMBUS STREET, IN WILLIAM PALMER'S OLD STAND, May W, WW. Ottawa, IlllnolB. STEH'AKT & COLWELL, Contractors? Builders, JOBBING 15 ALL DBPABTMENTS. Afl rartlea contemplatln bulldlne 01 bavin jobblni of any deacrtniUn will Bad II 10 tnetr Intarcat to call 00 them. Thta la a Wto work at bottom price and GUARANTEE SATISFACTION. Shop on Columbus Street, Flrat door bark of thekey tt toa'f Jewelry atore. W. K.STKWAKT, Qttaa,Ant. II, 1576. Contractor and Bmlder UMAl.bl'i CtM.'ATY Savings, Laon & Trust Company U now open lor bi.9lne.-s. at OPERA HOUSE BLOCK, His per cent, allowed on depo.lts. . OUlcc boura-9 a. h. to I p. M-. and on Saturday evaeulgt rum 6 to i OFFICIOS: WARHINUTON U US UN EI. U rrealdcnt. Tlln.t. 1). VATL1N. Vice I'realdont. I'.IAU rTHK KLAMi, t'aHilcr. W. II. HAUNAItlJ. Teller. K. t OLLhl l' UL'I.L. Attorney. DittkCIORS: W. nuahnell. 1 It. Strickland, 8. W. ItiiynioDd. C. D. Trimble, Jno. li. Cameron, T. U. CaUlu, Bninii?! K. Lew la. Ottawa, MarcbSMh, lHie. ATIO.KALi CITY HAW It. OT OTTAWA., f OKMKRLY CITY BANK KAMK8, ALLES a 00 L. II. Eames, rrei E. C. Am.en. Vice Jfe. DIKKCTOKSt ITenhk F. Lam ec, John D. Saton, Edwin C. Allkn, L. II. Eames. F. S. Eames, H. f. Jordan. Exchange ou Chicago, New York And all the principal cute, slant and Weat II O IJ t U 'V A N 11 Hl)!.). F.xrliniike on EiiKland, Ireland, Scotland and all Important patina In Continental Europe, drawn In luml to aullpnrchaiwrs. IT. W. ltevonuo P4tin.ii of all denoroln tlom Cunatanlly on hand und lor milt-. United p4tivti'M Ilon.lN, Local Securltle Gold and Silver lioanht and sold. To those whotavor us with tdwr aatronaxe we would aay we ahall lie able to extend ai.eh tae.lftlei. and itccoiumodarloa aa we trust will prove to them satisfactory aud profitable. Cwk open from I a. h. to 1 r. u. li. C. Joboa.v, Caablor Ottawa, Fib. iOth, IKS. piUST ATlOAl. JAXNJv OF OTTAWA. Capital (paid in) - - 83100,000. M. II. SWIFT President W. IIUSHNKLI Vice President. JOUN t'.NASU Caabler. iM&ciTonti : Milton R. Swill, Lorenzo Leland. W. Uusl.nell, Isaac Uaire, li. I. Lyman, J. V. Nash, Jol.n Brnndai;e. Ilavlns orcanlzed under the National Banblnt; Law, and succeeded to the business of Win. H. W. Cushnran, we are now open for the tranaactlnn of a xaneral Imnklnn business. KxrhiuiKo on C'hirago, New fork, and all tho prin cipal cities of the United StBU J. botiKhl and sold. Kxt'hunire on KaKlano Ireland. Scotland andCoa tlnental Europe drawn In sun s tc suit aurchasers. Col loot Ioiim made throughout thnstinti A prompt Iv remittal fur, on day of pnymvut, atcurreutratcofex clmime. Unlto.l Ntatca, Illinois, and La Salle connt Donds.Uold, Sliver, 4c. boML'tit und sM. lleven no Mtain tm of all denomination, a fall supply constnntly on hand. Our liK illtlim are such thitt we can offer Indacementa to cosloniers, and we shall use our endenvots toelve untira satls.art.on to those en.rUHtir,i; ns with their business. linnklnic honrufrnin U a. to I p m. mnrl6,'72 To Capitalists ami Farmers. In tlio C'onntj' ot IjaMiiIIo, Illinois, FOR SALE. All thut dolrahle farm (ir2IOaiTPof rich aralile meadow and pi'stuie Und. a spiiclotti stone dwelling house, auli stantlal larm liullillnp., and all iv.inruil convenlenci s, loi ineiiy the prupe'ty ot the lnte Th mias Sambrooke Heptln stall, Es.., deliuhtliilly sitmited In a plolure.que locality, on ti e borders ol mi extensive lores, of hard wood timber, known by the natre ol Trov lirove.ln one of tie most pro ductive sections In .he state of IIPnoK about three miles from the lloiirtshlnir town or Mendota. the Junction ol the chlcauo, Hurllnittiin d (Jiiini y and Illinois C'antral liall ways, eluht , -five miles west of ihe city ot Chtcago. ina faun comprlM-s Kill acres of rli h piowed IhimI aid W acre ol superior med w and pa.fiire, all under the mwst ap proved cultivation. It Is well tended: there Is an abund ance of fire wo.nl. and It Is wl.l'ln a few miles of ext. nBlvo cl mines. A livlnir stream ol water Intersects all tha pastures. The property will he sold on reasonable terms. Title perfect. Mr. w. Y. WoKsLhV, ( 1 roy (.rove, will Itlve Information to parties wlshinir to Inspect tlie prop'rty and ftir.her pnrtlculars may tie obtained on application to U. M. I'liltl., L'snker. Mendi.ts. Illinois, or l'L UVla. HKI'MNhTALL CO., BIT, 101 A .' WaahliiKtxiiSt., Chleaso, May . is;; 2 mollo CUIcmro. Paints! Paints! Hms! DON'T FORGET I keep every shade ol Paint, from purest White to Black. Alsi paints ol every shade ready mixed, fur your owa use. BRUSHES FOR PAINTING, VarnMilnc. Whitewashing, Calcln.lnlng, 4c, Glass, Putty, Dry Color aoi Paints. PUIlTIIKn, I Guarantee the Quality and Trice to be Satis factory in Every Instance. CITY DRUG STORE. Ot'awa. Ma-ch . 185. 1)1!. A. T. SMDP.U. Madison Dispensary, 82 W. Madison St., Chicago, FOUNDED BT I It. C. niOELOW, Whol areiculsr iraitustenr Mrdl.-l l!ls. and bss tiert loae er rnM1ln .tie Irrnimf u ot all VKNERRAl.. SKXrAL ao CHRONIC P1SIEAHKH than aor olhfr phvilclss In Chl'n. aVPH.LIS, USfORRHUtt. OLRItT. f RH'Tt'RI. OR( M ITIS, HKKMA. all I rlasr IImm, ar atcrrarlal sITprtlons f Ike throat, alda ar koan, trralpd with unparaleled luccf,,, on Isuit Kl.otnk priaclples la haU lbs usual Uou, safely, pri vatrlr. HPkRIATORRnnii, SMC4L DKBtLITT aa lP0. TI.Mt... .he result of self sbuie In jooth, seioal eieesiei to miiurer tears, or ether causes, whk-h prfwluoe some ef Ue rel lowios ettcu: Nrvouiaess, seminal enalstioat, debility, dim ner,l(ht, dereet.re nemnre, pimples ea ihe rsee. ovenino In aoeirtr.lMS nf sexual p..wr. eto., rend.Yinl MAHK.AIta. tMlMllll'Klt. are pennanenlly rured. Pamphlet IM p,iei) re latins lo the abore. enl la sealed eon-lopes, for two 1-cent poatase lump,. CoaiuitaUoB al oAkss or by ssatl iOYiiea. His opinion siven free. Bomu aeparau for ladles sod gentlemen. Cures rusriltfci. MARRIAGE GUIDE, OR SEXUAL PATHOLOGY. Thli ta m tatrrtffttBt of tw budrt4 Urf sJm rfH 1 imiiiii taju-bia) iBfnraatifffi for tboM wri art aBtvrtesl. t Maasiiftt isvrtatc. It MBttJrii th xfTQC9 mi svlfie of pTtsaiM tMM tcpuMtMsi it wMldmd, ul atlwuM fc tm Um prlnu drwr af trmy n&li ud rn.U tbmufbovt tha atlrw glob. It nfarswoi tvoryibiic oh the tabMcl f tk fsvtrtl4j ( tht tt wortk knac. ui tiucb tbti il pubtUHctl la uy tbrt work. I'fM. Fifty CoataV auJjvm HsWtttw 0bpaV7t ttS If. Mtim aft., OhiMf. ilV NOTICE. We l l:iva to In brm the pnhllc that lie tlrin of rt'.tton -in trnui this date la 'heiitfe.t. and hereallpr fill Im ktiiiwa as Wat on. Vl'irli ire A Co, lealera ;n i.imher and 'midinir material, also wliil.-eale and retail onlraetlnc. C with i vsilety of the beat jninos.l.'rnsA cylinders) nd p plnir for deep sr-'I. In -n'lnnatlon if t he f rmer husineas, iiiiioia(nrers of he noted l.owry Wind v..tr lor pnmplns:. laviiu larreased onr srllities with the beet Improved Iron A wood naohlnery In tlie mar cel, and hsvlng first daaa mrr.anlea. shall lere .ftet be enabled l- 4-plr yonr Hroken 4arhlnea aad do Job ilnir Work with dea istch and reasonable -als. ivr o a rail. Juaa iu, WAIMi.t, WALUlmK.K CO. Nebraska Ahead! tub b. v. n- r i tyns- tub best A jrm Hlf .li .' .-"' tVUlltl y IM .ISMeiKO GOODUNOS IN A GOOD CLIMATE! Low Prices, Irrc i'rllt. Low Fares and Freight. Pre t tima f -r Improvement. Kreu faa to land boyera. IITFor lull nartien!ars.a.p'T o 1 r it a- hi. II. li- J'. rturllnxtoo, Iowa. pnr li I'lrV ren HnMera. and Pencil Caaeant v'WLW 1 k the &mt and moat Tticeo.bwI anallty, at (.Ijru.ot A Hapetnao'a, wtat of Cuart Uoassv I WILL SEND issrilir(t:u - sr, tbipf la I be I-rr and fil Hra wttra 1 do out Uat -;:t. K. V. Gklliod