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OTTAWA FREE TRADER : SATURDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1876.
HOME MATTERS. 1J.INK 1COIIHKBIKS. None can ever Imppen to the Ottawa Natlon ul ItaiUiH Pie New Mi Tonometer I.oi Ich, Experience liuh proved that iiotvvitlist'imliin; tin- utmost precautions of hank olllciiils and munaur of safety repositories jrener-tlly, rob. berleo have, occurred with ultiriiiinjr frequency, and tlie liatllin of a burglar up to liN business seemed well niuli impossible: This led to the improvement of wife und their locks, but with poor fcueecss until the combination lock was in vented, when it was believed that the robber was llnally outwitted. Yet hi: was not. He still eonunitled his depredations us of old, only in another uiid more daiiiitf way. Inoteud of spend, ini; weeks and months over his job of drilling and mining, ho went directly to headquarters, and with the persuasive power of n Derringer cool lyinvited the proper person to expose the vaults' contents to his mercy, and so forcibly were his arguments that le there were who could resist. At lenght Mr. Jus. Sargent, a geutleiueii from Rochester, N. Y., hit upon the idea that a lock might be liiaJe which even tliusu who were in the secret of the combination could not or en! except, as will be seen, under certain conditions. Developing this idea, he has produced his Chro nometer Lock, by which, tit last, the burglar is effectually and, no doubt, forever foiled. And these ure the little instruments which on last Friday and Saturday were provided for the safes of the National City and First National Hanks of this city. The two locks are alike, and con sist of two well finished, full .jeweled watch movements, contained in u heavy bronze case, which is securely fastened to the inside of the safe door, and having no communication with the outside, cuunot be tampered with. The move ments arc of great strength and durability, und are connected with an ingenious mechanism by which a system of Strom' bolts is operuted. The watch movements are connected with a small lever, which holds a strong bolt In pusltl in, so that, after the door is closed, it is absolutely im possible for the bolts to be withdrawn until the watch inside lias run the number of hours for which it is set say from 4 v. m. to 8 or it next morning; or from 4 r. m. Saturday to 1) Monday morning. " Then, and not till then," the bolt of the lock is released and of its own weight falls and allows the bolts of the door to be withdrawn, of course, after the combination lock is opened. The advantage of the lock is this: Suppose the burglar at midnignt forces, e. the cashier to open the vault door. Inside is still the safe in which Is the chronometer lock, which also he is commanded to open. It cannot be done. All the cashiers in the country could not open it. Hut how convince him f Put his car to the door and let him hear the little sentinel tick, tiekiug the hours away; no burglar who knows what it is will fool away his time on it. ll he does not understand it, whirl the arm of the door it whirls freely; unlock the combination lock the arm is caught by the bolts and moves tlem, but barely moves them, while the wonderful lit tle guard within laughingly ticks " not yet, not yet. not yet," and if he is not a fool burglars seldom are he is convinced, and the wiluablcs are saved, and the cashier also, In a matter of dollars and cents the lock is very expensive, but incalculably valuable to the llal ks us a matter of safety, und we have no doubt that depositors of money and oilier valu ables in these Hanks will duly appreciate the action of the Dank ollieials in providing this additional means of safety to their depo-its. !o to the I.e u cents. Hon Tun for square meals only II. Ill t'nmv ' Lick. A case of ''intimidation" occuiicil the other night that ought to cheer the hearts of our radi cal friends for i'. i boldness and success, it seems a negro and a w lute fiieiul went into a saloon not far from the square and called for diiuks. The proprietor instead of producing the liquor sailed out from behind the bar and grasped a stove-poker with which he hit our colored friend a rap on the back of the head whic.'i dropped him Immediately. The. liquorish gentleman then pounced on him and proceeded to continue his intimidation, to make it binding, us it were When flie negro's friend attempted to interfere he was held back by the assistant bar keeper till the boss had thoroughly walloped thu negro, who having "begged" took the first opportunity ollertd to light out. Wherefore the whaling he received, we know not, nor doth the witness. It looks like u pure case of "rebel yell," "bull dozed by southern Hre-caterV and ail that sort of thing, you know. For pood substantia! holiday j;ifts go to Hujrg's and see the nice furniture and fancy ;; is. )lii nary. On Tuesday night, about 11 o'clock, died at her home in this city, of pneumonia, Miss Le titi Dudgeon, aged :!S years, . mos., 'J7 days. Miss Dudgeon had come to this eonnty with her parents about 1" years ago from I'.ngland, und some years later, losing her parents, had been living here and keeping house with u younger sister. She was a lady of education and refinement, a devoted christian woman und member of the Kpiscoptil church, and greatly esteemed by a largu circle of relatives and friends, who sincerely mom n her loss. The day before had died her infant nephew, Henry Dud geon Nash, the child of Henry C. and Nellie Nash, of croup, whom al the time she hardly ex pected to follow so soon to the better land. 1 he child was M weeks and 1 day old. On Thursday were also buried at Ottawa the remain of L. M. Strickland, which bad arrived on Wednesday from California, where he had died. He was the ton of Kial .Strickland. E,'t of this citv, wim about 'Jli years old, had -tone to I Southu'ii Calilornia some four years a'o, a con- firmed consumptive, in thu vain hopy of reain- iiiinis nea.i... -v. ... ... .....y w.f" i the fad result was only that he wanderer amoni: strangers. . i . i ...i. t . :.. II... ..r I Holiday ycods at the Ilo-tor. If.) Cent Store. OnIIvni). Tin-:ica!v c'.it.ted county officers 1 ..t- ,,.;.. .,f iheir .i-ri-e mi M.in.l-iv ' Micnit Mclntire anu t iicuit in-rii llouk step ping down and out t ) make r o:u for Mcrs. Stevens and Holmes as Sliiritf and fieri. Ja- K. King has been appointed jail atchmrin Ly ! Mr. Stevens, while Clark, of I-'i Sal'e, it.s in Vi. D. Hall's chair of Mate. H li.ies h;u not appointed a deputy as yet perliap he Taut to du all the work." Hut be will get over that noon enough. He is busy preariu for tl.e January term of bis court. Home made caramel and all kinds of fancy candit-a made at II. vValthcr'a. Catbolic Prayer Books in all styles at Osnian & Hapcman'. Ulster and rape overcoat for the little boyf, chnp, at A. Frank A Co.'. ; Jubilee Singer. The Jubilee Singers uro coming, und will give one of their famous entertainments at the Opera House on next Monday evening. Who does not know who and whut are the Jubilee Singers? It Is now some years since they were here and sung to un immense audience at tho Congregational Church. Since then the company has made a tour of Knirhi ml and tho Ct-mtiiieut, everywhere creating a fume in musicul circles. They have but Ixtt-lv reliirmd ud ure now on tlici-- way to Culih.rniu, singing their sweet und wonderful songs to a few favored audiences us they go. That they have lost none of their former power we are assured bv the press comments made since their return from Europe: j the Original Tennessee Jubilee Singers, who) are ii'i" -iiiu .''is - : , r : i i.t tin i.i-iL-iti wocra utilise, are ' creating a peifect.in'oi'i, ll ueing inmost iiiipos.j ." v-inn-iuii-i mie uii-uiii-u uiimuu sible toobtain standing room in the vast build-6ignilleanc', and instead of being a mere rc lng after S o'clock "' They sing their plain- ,ous fosttvai ,irc ,U)W regarded as a time ulso tive hvmns and mi lodies with all the sweetness .... . that wa" so attractive when they were here be- of 9lH'!"' t-njoyment. It is not our purpose, fore. They have lately returned from their see- however, to write an essay on or to discover the ond tour of Europe, and there seems to ho the origin of Thanksgiving day, and this long iutro-samedesiretohearthem.isorold.-.V. ..r..W.jdmtioIl))il.o th(j ... of Ulu sl,.illlJS f a They are by far the tiiiest tr.nipe of Jubilee , b , a , prelude to the Singers l hut ever visited Chicago. The Misses , .. Lulu and Anna Henderson, und Misses Dorai'al object. Clark und Delia Ilryno, were excellent in the ex- A short time since an Invitation was extended treme, und their plantation hymns and melodies! Ul(J Firo 0l.,mrtmL.ut of Ottawa to the Fire are beyond expression. hiitvjo Jdiuk. . ' . " , J ' . ,,,,.. i Department of Una village to attend tin enter- They render not only the plantation hymns . .... . . . and jubilees, but operatic music, in a manner tainiiw.it to be given at Ottawa on Thanksgiving ..I.I. I. nl.ilnli' nrnviu tho niurm r'.imihli' i if ru 1 1 i. c vc. Tin Invitation was l'.cet'Titeil. and on the vation ill music beyond our more favored race ol ! piucr lace. i iik ir't i iiviir. Our readers will take the precaution to secure their seats early, as there is bound to be a rush. For a No. 1, ti") cent oyster slew lunch, call at H. Wali.her's. and a good Aiiiitsc incuts. just ending has been quite a lively one in the way of amusements, considering that during the fall but few entertainments of any kind had been given here. The week opened on Monday evening with John Dm, i. on and Wallack's company in "Our Hoys." Wul-j hick seems to forget that our people ure some- times so unreasonable us to desire something new u well us good. Yet lie had neither to of- fer. Having nothing to present but a repetition of "Our Hoys," he could baldly expect a large house, though it was probably smaller than he anticipated. The play is a splendid one, exceed ingly well written, but we cannot say that John Dillon as "Middlewick" is very much of a suc cess. Dillon acts " Our Hoys" as Le does " Maj. Wellington de Hoots," which may be well enough in " De Hoots" but is simply abominable in "Our Boys." Dillon has a notion, also, that his slang und miserable attempts at hits at the times tirej uu addition or immense value to the play, yet nothing could be more out of place or good taste than these tricks nf languagm in so richly witty play as " Our Hoys." It would seem that John i not entirely equal to "Middlewick," or, if equal. does not try to interpret the true idea of the were taken to the "I.e lion-Ton "restaurant character, relying, ns he does, on his slang and! and served to a sumptoiis repast, coarse expressions und acts to carry him through. We are not Frenchy enough to give a literal Middlewick was neither a buffoon nor un hss. translation of " I.e Hon-Tou," but if it means a yet Dillon would nuke one believe he wus both place where the choicest viands ure served in The rest of the company, though nothing extra,1 faultless style, then commend us to Smith & Kis were good, and as a w hole, mado, we believe, 11 j ing, proprietors of that ins'.itutiun, for a practi better impression than Dillon himself did. eul demonstration. At 4 o'clock m the morning The event of tlr,' week was, therefore, the com- j we we're escorted to the depot, where a train was ing of Deaken's j in waiting to convey us home. Ln.i.il'i iian Comic Oi'Kiu, j The occasion throughout was one of the most who gave three entertainments to good houses (iii Wednesday and Thursday, presenting the charming play of "Jack, the (iiant Killer," which was acted in as charming a manner, and highly enjoyed by ail visitors. The value of the charae-1 ters in such a play can be appreciated at once,! for, of course, Col. (ioslien 7 feet 'J inches in 'sure may be attributed tho success of the cnter heiglit, and weighing ; ) lbs. plays the (iiant, j tainment, our thanks aru especially due. Rut and Com. Nutt, ".0 inches high, plays " Jack,' I above aim over all do we feel indebted to the while the other characters are tilled by "the lit- tie. ones," whose heights rane from 'JS inches to ! J inches. Tiio realistic i ll'uets are pel feet startlinir, when the Giuiit (jrubs the little (Ulecn 'Jennie" liy the hair, his hand covering the en-, hall, we t-hall expect to have with us the entire tin; head, and makes (11 with her; stinetlatively , force of the Ottawa Kin: I) pai tineiit, and shall funny us " Juck" with his ladder hunting for him not regard it tin complete except they lie :ic scampers about under the (limit's le's as he companled hv their ladies. May the interchange stands dozing without seeing him : or climbs his i of tliesi: civilities, no l.uppy iiiatinrated, con sides up the ladder to talk w ith him; or bloW j tinue us loiiijr as the urbanization endures und SHiilI' into his nose with a bellows, Vc. The play : the ,-o.nl feelini; thus engendered be peipetuii- all through is e-fUisite, but the real delight of the show is in the :-oi::,rs of Jennie (Juiulev, who has a Hue voice and is a remarkably i;ood actress, and Com. Nutt. This.: alone slnmid justify its claim to be the " funniest show on earth," for of all things funny wc never Paw anything inure so than the duet ol the Commodore and the iiant as the "Two (lens d'anncs from (ienevieve e 1 Iirabant." Not the least intcrest'ini; part of their i visit was the parade 011 the streets and the dis. ( play of the Lilliputian carriage, built and tinisli. I ed in the must handsome style, drawn by twodi-j minutive poiiics, drivi 11 by .Maj, Iloilhton, w hich created not a little excitement diirintr their ride 1 ... , , 1 1 1 - 1 about the city. We acknowledi: t heir p-cotfiii-. lion of the Tit turn ollio by a sennaile un Wed- nesday. Frank, the clot hier, wePt of court hoii'c. .1 ittiilulit Assuiilt. The tramp nuisance Sins been cetlin t i be! more than a nuisance in this neiuhborhoi (1 Litis: ly. Only a short time ao we recorded a vil- i Iainous assault on Mr. Vi:i. Weaver w hich almost 1 ended in a murder, und this week we lay before : our reader another, not so sensational in its de tails, but nevertheless ftartlin. On this occa sion fr. Cliiis. Brown, son of U. K. U.-oah, F.sq., F. villi; in the town of Smith Ottawa, about live miles south-west of the city, was the victim. On last Friday ni'ht lie had returned f:oui a visit and was putting up his hor-es, about midiii-j!.! He; had unharnessed the uniuials and s.-nt tin in til 1 In -if stalls : hut f ih rnin iihuii t luilf A.iv n.- , ,,1(.h,.(1 !lt ;im, r,.ru.,.(, , ,lfurMl..r.. M . ili'i.un holding a whip in his hand i;.ivc hint a cut and drove him in uur..iti,but he still refused j to u'i more th in half way Into the pen. I:rovwi lh..n ,.,lU.r.'d tV-tall himself to Und t!-trouble. lJ!;!v discover, 1 i at, unesp.-.-.1 r,.ivin- u l.'.uw in the c!t -W... .. . k'l' i k.-il Ir.TU flown. His lirst impresinii .: that the l.H! -e l ad kii ked him. so he hurt ii d ! . lf t up ..ml out of tl.e way. As lie regain. I hi- feet, havin- 111 iv.-.l l-i (...; id,- and more int I tl . li-'l.t. (It vv is a H !!: tM. i inlii-ht nii-l.t.l h.- -..v. " I . ... .. r. . . .1 I.'. . : . I. I. i I 'I i a in i.l ill 1 1 ' 1 1 . "i i : . u ii is hi in r j.m-ii i.1 - I !.,. .. L ..if.. i 1.-4 I...:,. I 1!:.. In'if ...... ' ' too iiii!i!i-u!v to r-cx-e i nt'.relv. for it ( ut a ti i ! a,H,ul tljlV(. -,,,.,. j,,., . through bis cut and un- delcuat, thout'li it did not reach tlie Sle.-h Alt. r TJtrikln; at bim, ti e man nli his companion, who until then had not been h en, i i.-iud out the l)rn and e.cap' d. The most rta-ouable ilution of the eae is thai they were there to steal l;o:es, nf which there were a lare number i'l the stable, but were foil ei beciu'e of Mr. lirovv iiV i ouiin uu llieiu un expectedly ani driving them to close quartern. ! Candies, nuts, fruit fir the h ilijays at the' Ie Don Tun. Get tour holiday salt at A. Frank A Co.', the 1 People's Clothier. 1 Ke- Edilnr Fret Tiivlenll in lilting that our Thanksgiving anniversaries should be celebrated not only with surfeiting ourselves with those luxuries that appeal to the appetite alone, but with all the innocent pleasures -vliieli the kind beneficence of an ullwise Creator has rendered us eapabl-! of eiijoying. Thanksgiving is truly an American Institution. Cienerations ago, in the perilom times "that tried men's souls," when the lives of the peaceful husbaiulniei. were imperiled, from the sowinir of the seed to the gathering of the harvest, our forefathers adopted a custom of setting apart u day for spe cial thanksgiving und the enjoyment of a part of the abundant harvest. In the progress of (. . i... .... . ,., .,,., ,1 ., i... . ,i ,. afternoon in question twenty eight of our lire- men, in full uniform, headed bv the Streator Drum Corps, Assistant Chief K. E. liale in com mand, marched from their hu'l to the depot and took the train for Ottawa. Arriving there, they were met by the Ottawa Fire Department, com manded by Chief Engineer Wolf und Asssist- 'ant Engineer Kising, and conducted to quarters ' at the Clifton house. The boys then escorted them to their engine house. After showing them w hat they could do in the way of extin guishing a fire, returned to the Clifton House for supper. At j o'clock we marched to the Firemen's hall, where both companies were formed and marched to Willis's Hall, under com- ninnd nf Assistant Chief Rising, where prepara- tions had been made for a grand ball. A general march was then participated in by all the tire- men present, at the close of w hich Mr. Wilson, Secretary uf Streator Fire Department, made a few well chosen remarks, which were uppropri- ately responded to by Sec'y. Moore, of the Un dine Hose Company. Dancing then commenced in earnest. To those who have ' music in their souls" it is only necessary for me to odd, that l'rof. Willis's bund was in attendance. Further comments ure useless. Our boys were made to feel that they were the guests of the oe canon. There was no wunt that was not antici pated und provided for. The generous hospital, ities of the gentlemen were ably sucorded by the ladies, and though in a manner strangers, we re ceived all the courtesies due to honored guests. At 11 o'clock supper was announced, and we enjoyable, we ever participated in, and where all the members of the department exerted them selves to please. It is diliicult to imlividual- ize. We feel profoundly impressed with the hos. pitality of thu Ottawa Fire Deiuu tmcnt. To Messrs. Wolf .t Rising, to whom in a great mea (,. who graced the ball room with their tires- etice, and w hose kindly coin testes, so generous ly extetidi il, complcti il tlie nieiisure of our en joj incut. On the 'M of l'ehi nary, at our annual jteil. j Uu this us it, may, the tli:inki:iviii ball of the j 1 Ottawa I'ire 1 )e; art Mien t and the iilrusini; asso. ! ciatinns connected with it will Ion be retnem-j j beted by every member of the Streator Kin: lie-1 partment. Siukatoi; Kutr.MEx. I j , ' ! i lie cotiipii iiii- in Hie cheap ii'.'ar tilil ls-j leitli .'v llisin's Key West. i 11 f .': imicl V Mt the I.e Hull Ton. ...dies' sat. hds fur holiday Frank A: ( o's. invent", at A. , ., . . . in 1 1 li l.iiin liKpi'irii 1 iai .. i tlie kinz The hit -st style of ladies' trimmed hats, from one dollar upward, at liicatto ( heap Store, llo , Main Street, uppositi; ( oiirl Street. , A. Frank iV i'o , jut we-t of the court house. Holi hiv cnrit'eeti.in:irv at thd.o l'...n Ti.n. Silk s arfs, gloves and neck w fur holiday presents, at A. Frank 'oV. I'ancy c.iiite -iionery at llo' .! Hon Tmi. Xru) Jlftlirrtiormriug. the itcst 'S'iiiiis Yet! JUST WHU EVERYBODY WANTS. Baked Pork?Beans FOR 20 CTS. AT Til i : Le Bon Ton Di.MXd HALL. T iii Xf N-t Lunch vr 1 t-Urr tr.-w I'-r Jir, nl - I Kits. I TK. HiKFKK; I ' r.-.- ftr I T. aui-l I'l- n.' i REGULAR MEALS 35cJ iNlblil LLtnts. 1 WiAii liiiAS 14 a ipt -n nea a t The Fire men's Thanksgiving liallA ponso from M rout or. uj a at ui n AJTJ.TA. OFERA HOUSE, ONE NIGHT ONLY- Monday Evening, December II th. THE ONLY ORIGINAL TENNESSEE JUBILEE SINGBRS! Tho Sweetest Songrtera of the Sunny South. Just retur-fd from tlio racist brilliant rro)Pn t Mir ever tx.n-iiri.i -u ny a nut(i 01 .iuiiie sinrs, auu nowua llietr way to t'Hliloriiin. - Have tho honor to minmuirp one of their soul sllrrlnir, pop ular, rt-tViiiun ami Scni'iHcntiil Knu-rUlnmeatc Mnwlav rvpnlnx Dee. Iliti. Hoora oim ii tit 7, cumin iicp m H Tlie iiiikI iirlces ol ailn Ixsion. l!.erviU seals lor le at stmon Hriitlirr' Mhmc More. ili'cS-lw That is The Evening Journal is tiia Cheapest of the Chicago Papers. Daily, Tri-Weekly, and Weekly. PROSPECTUS FOR 1877. 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