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OTTAWA. FKKE 8KAJ)EU: SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1877.
V1 ( ' BUDGET OF FUN. Steam Job 'kfnttog. Wllllain And Susan. Suaan Iirown and William Brady, lovers la the Loud Nar Btnte, ono calm night, all snug and shady, side hv side in converse stute. 'Twaa on oia man Brown's piazza; stars were brightening all the skies, and the moon above the'niazza was iust upon the rise. 'Twas the hour for love or liquor calm, sweet hour in early June; love nor wine will ever flicker on SUCU night Willi SUCU u muuu. Sman was as fair as Hebe, dressed iu ail her Sundav clothes fairer than your cousin Plia-bc. who Is laircr than the rose. As tor William never wlldwood sheltered youth more stout or hale; he was lrom his very childhood what the Tesans call u whale. There they sat for Ion? hours talking of their joys and hopes and fears; talking of their loves, and chalking out their plans for com ing years. Talked they also of their marriage, hinting of a distant day when a little crib aud carriage might perchance come into play. Thus they sat, her hand in prison not a prison harsh or stern for 'twas merely lock ed in his'n, and his lips were pressed to her'n. But, alas! the course of true love smoothly runs, oh, never, never! Hearts linked in ,old or new love soon or late must sigh and sever. Ob, that in a sea of rapture, where the heart most sweetly tioats, tale piratie's sure to cup turo half our joys and cut their throats. Hark! the smell of shot and powder rises like a funeral knell! Louder, louder, and still louder rumbles the heart-rendering smell ! Susan's sybil soul prophetic knew that rum ble meant but ill knew that old man Brown erratic was upon the bunt ef Bill! Bill, the lode-star whom she follows, whither asking, caring not; now she feels that fifty dollars were poor pay to see him shot. Oh. the earnest lovo of woman ! Little for itself it seeks; it is not a thing uncommon for its flame to last sis weeks! All at once a door is busted close to whore the lovers sit William had got up and dust ed, but it was too late to git. Ere he dreamed ot flight or fear once, or had time to cut and run, old man Brown made his appearance with his doublo barreled gun. Susan's knee shook fast and faster, William's also shook, 'tis said, till they tumbled down the plaster from the ceiling overhead. Susan screamed, her dark hair flying like a meteor streaming far, springing to her feet and crying. "Please don't shoot, oh cruel pa!" But that pa, so cold and cruel, swore he'd send Bill to that clime, where there's too much fire and fuel for to have a pleasant time. Then he raised his shooting-iron, rav. ing much and swearing more, till the air was blue but why run on thus tellins how he swore? What, oh, what was William doing? While thus raved the old galoot! seeing plain! r what was brewing, he was likewise on the shoot. "Ho'd, rash Papa!" cried the daughter; all unheeded were her cries, n3 also the sweet salt-water streaming from her eyes. Standing there in all bis rigor, old man Brown now aimed his cun, pausing ere he pulled the trigger, thinking maybe Bill would run. Bill, though, was not ot the cattle which will neith er dare nor do ; but, once shoved into a battle, he was sure to see it through. Never since the siege of Ilium was suspense felt more pro found; for a moment more and William had been made to bite the ground. Quickly drawing his repeater, which he carried two or three, cockine it at shorter meter, drew a bead on O. M. B. Few things swift as lightning are there? Swilt thus came the pistol's roar, and poor Susan's hapless father lay there weltering in his gore! Wil ham's sure, unerring bullet an Infernal slug, no doubt took O. M. B. in the gullet, and he waltzed right up the spout. And the Coroner, living nigh him, came; but William didn't run, feeling sure they'd justify him in the deed he had done. Which they did, lor papa's fury, Susan, weeping, told it o'er, and to William said the jury: "Go, my son, and shoot no more." Here my muse must stop and tarry ; all she has is in this lay; whether Bill and Sue wil) mar ry, she is not prepared to say. But as Bill who is no joker with stocked cards, you un derstand in that game of leaden poker play cd a suunre and honest hand. Should he, when there are no traces left of his unerring shot, meet Sue s hand with but four aces, ho will doubtless take the pot; for Sue knows her pa was able, and had done it it with a rush, with his full to sweep the ta ble had not Willian held a flush. Louisville Courier-Journal. A Tra(rl: .Story. When Seth got home from mackrelling he sought his Sarah Ann, and f'Miud that she, the hearties one, had found another man. And then most awful tight he got, and so ho went away, and bound himself to cut live oak all down in Floriday. Ho pined upon the live oak land, he murmured in the shades ; his axe grew heavy in his hand, all in the wild wood glades. Jlosquitoes bit him everywhere, no comfort did he get, and how terribly he'd swear whenever he got bit. At last, despair ing of relief, and wishing himself dead, he went into the woods a piece aud chopped off bis own head. Huston Adcertiner. A Danbu'ry beau sent a telegram to his eirl who was in New York, wishing her a "Mer ry Christina'' but omitted to pay the char ges. It cost her 23 cents to find that she was remembered, and in her gratitude she ex pressed him a package containing several coal chunkswhich cost him 53 cents to get. He is carrymg his confectionery to a new place. While he M as sitting on the wood-box and chewing the bitter cud of reflection, a man with a brass watch-chain and a three-dollar set of glass diamonds entered the car, and six of the wonen lifted their satchels, dresses, and moved close up to the side of the car. Such thing9 are not right, but they always will be done. Don't keep a diary this year. Keep a dog. 1. It will cost you a little more, but you can't I -jfglect it as you do the diary. Every time you I tlm Airr It n-ill turn ..... maliliin i n it j4vfc tu Jt vtlil IU: U Ul nilllllll MUM aowling under your feet, or sumebody will rock or tread on his tail. In the Orient they won't let a young man see his girl until the clergyman has tied the knot, and if she is cross eyed and has no front teeth, he must either put up with a bad job or flee to the Black Hills. As ageueral thing he flees. When a Brooklyn husband is massing his wife docs not send tor the police unless the servant girl is also missing. Then she does not want the police; she goes herself, closely followed by half a dozen interviewers. As soon as she pets home the doctor is called in, and the barber comes to know w hat color the wig shall Le. A man In an nlt-ter trieJ to kick his horse tne other day, and ns be Tclt his overcoat rip up the back to a point several degrees above the horizon of his diaphragm he thanked Go.1 tremendously tli&t he was not a woman. O.VB Talk. "You've heard Brown's tii'ir ried again!'' "Ho! Has he? Stupid as"! He didn't deserve to lose his first w ife " I'unrh. The time approaches when a fellow beys tor his chctu's sister a highly ornamental valentine, the great centre of attraction of which is a picture ct the fabled boy who has decidedly more wires than overcoat. Somethini? Worth Knowing. O'OROWLEY Buy. tie Ins tne Agency III Ottawa (,r tliu Vcrv Best took Stovt The Very I Jest Kaiige 1-Mlt SOl'T COAL. I hat can be purchased, and he'WtVvfVw-Vifl'l!", dinners ol tlie same can have their M".S h lihH.Sfif.lJ 11 tliey do not Had h! assertion true. Call, even If you do uot buy, at 113 MAIN Ottawa, .lune 10th, 1676. STREET. MEAT MARKET, Cor. La Salle and Madison Sts. DEGEN BROS., Proprietors, The tinhlfc arc Informed that w have nurchasrd the market un tlw corner of La Salle and MaUlsod btreets, and will keep a full supply ot all kinds of FKESlf AM) SALT MEATS, Such aa Hecf, I'ork, Mutton, Veal, Sausaze, Hams A Bacon. The nijrhest 1'rlce paid lor Good Bee or shipping CatUe. we hope to receive a liberal share of the pnhllc pat'on Kite, feeling aesured that we can make It to every one's ad vantage to trade with un. Dtlil.N UKOtj. Ottawa, Keb. (ith. 1875-ly. M. PBKSCOTT, Manufacturer of and dealer Id BOOTS AND SHOES. All kind of work done to older. A (loxi Fit Warranted. Repairing Neatly Boat. Over Spear li Charvat's Hat Store, Oh La Salle Street Ottawa, November lit, K7S. UEO. J. BURGESS, Gas, Steam & Water Pipe Fir. LA SALLE STREET, OTTAWA. A Good Stock of Pipe, both Iron & Lead, always on hand. Cistern and Force Pumps. Baths. Water Closets. Iron Sinks. AND PLUMBERS' GOODS GENERALLY. Gas Fixtures and Boiler Trimmings. GAS FIXTURES RE-BRONZED. . In all the Medern Colon. n22 11 THE OTTAWA GAS CO Are prepared to do all kinds or Gas and Steam Fitting. Wrought Iron Pipe, Fixtures, Fitting!, 4c, furnished at U SIK2I JOHN CROSS, (Successor to C. i. LuU.) book mmm AM BM Book Manufacturer, . La Salle St.. opposite the Court House, OTTAWA, IL.L8, pr Paper ruled to any desired pattern, and Psperllores ade to order niaviUTJ HENRY KOCH, Hi ail Lock S1II1. CABBAGE CUTTERS, And all other utensil made to order, and repalrlnR doi.e neatly and ou short notice. Model Making a Specialty. Madison Street, ror, Clinton, Ottawa, III. August 38, is;5 ly L. HOSSAOK, HOUSE JJSTJD SJCS-lsT PAINTER. Graining, Par Hanelrr, Calclmlnlns;, (ilazlns:. c- Ur alnlne done for the trade. Work In thecountry prompt- attended to. Phot in Wm Palmer s old stard. :d noor north of Clllton Hotel. Ottawa. Ill jau.K-lyi li. I. CLARK, House, (-!gn and Ttuner Oralitlnc.Olaz.'nr, G'.Idine. Marhllnr. Paper nanc1n;."l rlmlnlns;, c. Shop, over l'heips t Curyea s office, on Madison street. ! llKrrimitrirA. L. H. Fames, p. w. CheeTer. Jackson Lock wood. FIskeA Heeu, bcott, Houtl Co Lewis Ho- srd.O. H. N.Cushman. Dit" U j ciiicaoo huh: stoke. IIIGHLfT MARKET rniCE PAID Foil HIDES AND PELTS, Tallow, W ol and Furs. Cor. Main and La streets. OTTAWA, - - - ILLINOIS. ISAAC WEIL. OCt -JStf I WILL SEND and t:t forcosto-afrs an;tMBg la tfce Urnanl Br k tins when I do sot lists It. K. V. OKlUbS L KOAIi ltl,AKH.. AIsrrnwtiMii Uia moat icllahlc lunn. that sr. r owsn-n, at OS A. UAfhWJX VTK, IIIAarT A.I HK.rKlIT HOtiKS l OSMS H.M'hMA S. Wot of (b Court Iloott. T'HUNTKK'f!! r-A JjKI. Wherein thu Ctica 'i'inent Coininnv. a !orporitt"ii urxnHizrd and exist ing under the ia of t lie Slum ot Illinois, did ou ilia 11 rut dny of February, a. d. W,S, execute and deliver to me, the underpinned, aa trainee, it ,:ertitln trust deed bciirinir data on tht day, and nii.'rinrdb recorded In tin: Ilecoiiler'a of tlce of La Salle count ', In I tit' mate of Illinois, In Hoot It J of Keeons, at pinieson, by utile!) trust deed Hie Mild cor noratlon did convey unto me all tun premises situate in the county ol La smle anil i-uw ol Illinois and known ami described as tllow, to-wt : The east nity-tlirw and one third (.Wi) acres of that part of the northeast Irai'li'innl quarter of Mvlloa thlrteeu '.W In township iliir.y-i'iri'e north, ranee one (lieast ol the third principal meridian which lint nin th of the Illinois & Michigan Canal, nil'iect to I tic right of war 01 the I hli'uco, Kock Inland a I'ariuc Railroad ; alio, Utility isil) acres of lund In Hcctlnii iicvtu Cii In toHtiahip iliirt.r-tnreu ci'.i north, nitire two (.'I east of tlie third nrlnclixtl murldum, snU I tract bvinz bucnilcd on the mulli bv the riuht ol way of tne (.nii'HUo, liock laland racinc lcmroaa. un uie com and west by the eat and west Ilnea ot tald mciioii teven i; ) and n:n til br a line at rlxlit aiuks to the eaat and west Ilnea nl anid nccllnn; also, thai part of the aonthwest Tit niter of haul seciton aeven () which Ilea north of the north line of iia'd eluhty-ncre tract lust above described ; ttlno that part ol the northwest Quarter il aectloneliihteen (lSjlu towmdilp thirty-three i north, ranee two (2 ) north of thet'hlcaso. Rock Islafd Paclllc Railroad; alao. all theriL'lit ol the raid I'tlca Cement Company to mine and quarry lor cement rock In the two following described tracu.vi. : Urst. that part ol the aoutheam quarter ot aald aectlon leven " north of the north line of the eighty acre tract secondly above described. Srcond. the north eat quarter ol aectloa evcn (i) aloreaald, except about live i5 acres thereof which have been sold to one jiesa lor mill privilege, together with all eald Utlca Cement Com nany's lnieunt In and title to all the cement rock In said WO ISM uescuiwu irai la, I'Jfteuier wtiu nil iiiiru,ciiicuin 'situated upon each and all of said tract or land, and all ! ihii mnehl.ierv and to ils of the Mitil L'tlca Cement Com pany. And, whereas said conveyance w made to nic Intrnst to icciire the prompt payment of the principal and Interest of ehihty bonds lfsiied by said l'tlca t emeut l onipany ol the denomination of one thousand dollars each, all dated February 1. lii. and divided into six series. vU: Thirty thousand of series A. maturing Kebruaiy 1. 1S8I ; ten thou sand of each ot series 11, C, D, t aim K. malurliiK February 1, ix! : Fcbruary 1. 1H"I; February 1. 1SS4 ; February 1. 1HS. nd February 1. IhcU. rescctlvely i series A bearing Intercs the rate of elf lit per cent, per annum, payable semi annually, and the remaining live series at the rale of nine percett. pur annum, payable semi-annually, the Intereatj until the maturity ol said bonds being evidenced by cou pons attached thereto, and Inteieat and principal payable at the ottlcu of the said corporation In Chicago, Illinois, And w hereas It was provided in said trust-deed that In case of default In payment of said bonds, or either of them, or any part thereof, with interest thereon, or any part thereof, at the time aud in the manner and at the place therein limited and sneellled for the naymeut thereof, or In ' case of asto or non-payment of taxes or assessments, or neglect to procure or renew insurance as in aiu trust ueni nrnv idt d. or in case of a breach of any of the covenants or agreements therein contained, then, und In such case. It should belawiul for the undersigned, on the application of the lP-fal holders of said bonds, after having given thirty daya' ptevlous notice by publication once In each week for four successive weeks In a neweparer published In the county wu?resald premises ate s. tinned, to sell the said premises, or any part thereof, and all the right and equity of redemption therein of the said l'tlca Cement Company, its successors oras-lgus, at public vendue, at such place In the sala county or La Halle as might be designated In said notice, to the highest bidder for cash ; and w hereas It wus further provided In said truxt deed, that in case of de fault In any of said payments of principal or Interest as aforesaid, then and in that case the whole of said principal sum thereby secured and the Interest thereon to the time of sale, according to the tenor and effect ol said Indebted ness, should at once become due and payable, and said premises might be sold In like manner und with the same effect as If said Indebtedness had matured. And w hereas default has betn made in the payment of all the first mat'iilng coupons attached to said bonds, and which bccaiue clue on August I, 1S16, and John O. l'lerson, the legal holder of said bonds and coupons, has haretorore declared and does now again declare thaw hole of said prin cipal suia due and payable, and there la now due from said U I lea Cement Company on said bonds aud coupons the sum of iii.!UU anu said John V. Fierson, the legit bolder ol said bonds and coupons has applied to meUi sell said above described premises according to the provisions of said trust dei d. . Now, therefore, notice Is hereby given that I. William C. tirant.tbe trustee in said trust deed named, will, on Tues day, the tilth day of February . n. lSi. at a o'clock in the afternoon, at the south door ol the county court house at Uttaw a. In said county of La Salle and state of Illinois, sell at public vendue to Hie nigliesi uiuuer iur cbmi. uib nuufo uc scribed premises, together with said mining and quarry rights, and all the title and interest or said I'tlca Cement Company to ail Hie cement rock la the two tracts ol land lat above described ; also the liiiproveinentssltiiaU'd upon all said tracts ol land, and said tools, or so much thereof as may lie neces-ary to pay the amount oue for principal and interest on sal.l bonds and coupons, and all lue right and equity ol redemption ol the L'tlca lenient Company, Its successors aud assigns In the premises hic h shall be so sold. WILLIAM C. UK AM, Trustee. Chicago, January i7, 181 ,. iw. M IX T i AMKHALK. - W hereas David Max on and barali. his wile, did execute and deliver to Alson Ward their ctrlaln mortgage deed, dated the 29th day or October a. d- 1S15, In and by which they conveyed to the said Alson Ward, his heirs and assigns the lollowlng described land and premise., situated In the county of La tialle and slate ot Illinois, viz.: The south hall of the sou'lienst unnrtcr of tho north vest quarter (.11 acres), and the east half of the southwest quarter (Ktl acres;, all is section two : and tho east hall of me northwest quarter ol section eleven (80 acres); all In towuslilp thirty two north, of range nveeastof the third principal merldlun ; to secure the payment of one certain promissory nobi of even date with said mortgage, for the sum r six hundred dollars, payable ono year alter date, with Interest, at the rate of ten per cent par annum from date until paid, and signed by the said liavld Maxon. fca.d mortgage is recorded In Honk No. irl, on page !M. of the books In the recorder's olllce ol said La fcaile county. And whereas the said Alson Ward, the morlgagee In said mnrtgage, has duly sold, transferred and assigned the said note in said mortgage uescriueu anu s?curcu, aim tuu nam mnrt iravp. to the undersigned : And whereas delsult has been made In the payment of the said promissory nniesecured ny and described in said mortgage, and the undersigned Is fully uiilhoiljed and em powered by said mortgage to tell tue land and premises In said mortgage deM'rlbed; Therefore, public notice Is hereby given, (hat the under signed, as assignee of the said Alson Ward, the mortgagee i in said mortgage, by virtue of the powers and provisions contained In said mortgage, and In nurauance thereof, will. on the asth day of February a. d. is;;, at the hour of lo o'clock a- M. ot said dny, at the south door of the Court House In Ottawa. In said La Halle county, in the state of Il linois, sell at public auction, lor the highest and best price the same will bring in cash, the land and premises desert lied In said mortgage .tnd herein belore described, and w ill make, exeeule and deliver to the purchaser or purchasers at said ..li. ...nrl atiA . ll li-1 mi , il.-.-il fir ilt-i'ils l tli nrum !.! ttnlit I and apply the proceeds ol said tale us provided In said mortgage. iliere w ill uc one on saiu promissory iiomi scc'ucti ,v aaiu mortgage, at the dav of sale, the snm of six hundred aad eighty dollars, besides costs and attorney fees. bald land and premlies w ill be soid suhlect to all mort gage or other liens on said land and premises at the time of the execution and delivery of the mortgage aloresmd. Ottawa, Jauuaiy .""itli, l-o'.-Ow C Vlil S A. LKLAND. PlNAli NK'rrijKMKTr.-l4mi or " Ai.bkkt SfllAKraH. 1ki KASKii. Notice Is hereby lv en to all ire I'Softb inUircHtcu In sulci eatale, that tho under slirneil, Kxeeiilru ol the last will and tmlauient ol said Alla-rt Schaeter, lee'aed, lll appi ar helnre the Comity ( ourtot the county ol I. a Sallo ami statnol Illinois, at tke County Court House In Ottawa, In said comity, nn Monday, the nineteenth day ol February a. I). IKi", fur the purpnHt; of reniterlns; an aei ount ot her proreedlnics In the admin istration 01 aald estate mr the linal setllemt-nt. Dated atOtlawa this m day ol .lanuarv 1H1. IIUIMTIANK SCII AKKKK, ArntsT: II. A. McCAI.Uit. Kxeouirlx. Cleik County Cuurt La balle Co.. III. jant lw X'T'I' h.aTTK OP .Tamkh N. Colwki.1, Dio'l.. Admin i Notice l lien-liy itlven. that the iindemlumil. istratrix of the estate ol .luimv N. Col well, lateol the count v of La Salle and rtatcol llllnota. deceased, will an)ear before the County Court ol imld county mi the seornd Monday (Ixv lair thn twellth day) ol Mirch a. i. Iti'iT, at the Coun ty Court llouae n oitaw a. In s ud county, when and here aM persons huvlnir claims orih-xianda against said etnienre notified to attend and present the same in wrilln lor ad justment. Dated this 'ina day of .Urinary a n. IS". K.l.KANoK K. ( (ILWF.LI-&Rii-tw AilmlnlKUairlx. I AIOH'I iA4il-2 Nl,i;. Whereas Aiixusttn I '1 Henry Kartii.an. hy h i iimrlmit" der-d, dated hep I teinlier 'ik. IH4. and recorded In the Uecorder's olflce of La I Sulle county, HI.. In hook I.M ol lle ords. at pa;e III, dldcon I vev unto lim uii'lcrs'tfiied inorniavee ilie rrtnilHes herein after ilincllK'd. to secure the p ment o a promissory note ! executed ty ald Auiii'ln lli i.rv llaitmaii. iiiuoiintlCK to j 1 he principal smnol il.lfiH.iai. with inlereit thereon at the ra'eol ten per lent, fur a'iniiiii. juvaile ai unally, as In I iald mortsrftfe sfH-clllcally decrltd ; and default -ms been i made In the payment 01 said note and inieret, and there Is jnow due and unpaid thereon tne sum ol !.IJI und 'i; mi; ! Now, ihen-lore. puldlc. notice la hereNy t'lven, that, nn Monday. 1 he "ih day of February lt",. at the hour of two I o'clock In tlHi aiie'iioon or Iha. day. ut the a utli door ol I the County ( ourt Iihum', In the city ol Ottawa. In the conn I iy of La Salle and st.tteof I Hnols. In accordance with the power a-id provisions t:i a:d mortetue contained, 1 shall sell at public auction t the hlBhest l.i lder for cash the f,,. lowing dcM'rllied prenyl es. situate In raid county of I a Sr.lle, 10 wit: The northeast ,uarler ol the northwest Utiarier ol ttte soiiiheti (la'er l sei-iion lourteca. In i townahln ihirtv tlinr north. In rnnve thiee eat of the third 'principal meridian. Ir. the county and state aioresa:d. to : tfeihcr w ith all the Improvements kiid appurtenance there J unto hclonzin-:. and ail the ruht ai.o equity ol redemption lol aa' I A.i.'ul'n Henry ! hi' li:.nn. his heira ar.d awiDS ! therein. lor Ihe parpotei? In aid rioi'irsL-e eprepl. I .l.iniiary '.. O. CHKll.VN II At ilKUI.K. mn:a Iw tor'..'aj'e. N'OT"l7-. FsTATit or .lAKKS MtlTH, IlK r. !!!. Notice Is herel'f plven, t!;at tee andersls-neri, Kveca- He i.f ll.a - III nH ,.. .), -Nt lit .!,. btuOtt. lata .r t - ee,.,iin'..i I s.iie and Mate ol Illinois, deceit win apnear belore t!e-t nni.'v .'o ut I said county on tnj Ihird Monday ibeint tl nuieii-enth day ol Xehruary 1". at the u,.umy court Houw .n tut ta. In said county, wle-n and -hem all -rw,n lilr.jr!ii:ni.r ornmd a;,n-t said mv i.otl '.".il loal'.ei.'J ar.'l pr ; .i-Hl.t anie ;n .-::irjr j lor a'i:i:iir..(liT. 1 ' J VU ti:ls i " II LIT 0. i - ... 1. 1 . A . I I tVtLIVE SMITH, LoTumt. FARM FOE SALS, T'l" aner.ir'-d riffrr f ir s Lit fr l-.-provirl Ftrx-lt Far'ii. s.tiit-t In A' f.. n"n!. I.a Sallr rounty. state ut I imo'.s. comiriitiz Mim;'!i hail ,uim N'i l'.Town sli p .1. i.ai.zc S l-a-lr l I'. M M "ill sll ail or our-half io 'i't ih' )U:rrftvr. The lti;t.rvmot rr,,ht of one Z'mkI t' 'tt f'ar::e houe. r.tr- L'",d sta'-ie, on doQh e c om crllii l tt I. me, one gud w i.d pump and iioiwhI wfi, fi A ( 'jrh ..-d fenci'.. and m mile ard one h.i if .totI ldjr. on cik4 lare rrnwrj. Koll. 'arli sandy loaiu lta'ir-md ruomrr throi.in in' larm. Tnwnoflbta--;n niH' tilie and ne-iialf trom irm. Two Iiundre4 an1 iirhty arre ondT t!ie pi j. t.ood arrsn:e n-ed y.Tco. I- ur li'imi adJrr-s M.KillA M"K"iAN. jnOL w 'A' 'tti;e f.rue Ave., i Mcaxo. Ills. Tlie Best ii k Ml Tl; lTlr" of tne Vlerra FT'!'!'-R. The Jndr-aof tt Il.;ladrl;.u.a txpc.:t:r,r.. All pronoasee thsWilion Shuttle Seviag Icfciae the Eot ia the World ! For a!e it O'i IIOWLhTf. r.3 V.ln street.- ottUt ftOOKM. NTATH.1i:ilV l ASL prices tr? ASH FKISTlStj lannSd f-rarly " rs mal DRUGGIST AND BOOKSELLER 123 Main Street, SOUTH OF THE COURT HOUSE. wiuid be pleated to cell il.t ntteutlcu of my many friends and customers to my complete stock of DBUGS A.2ST3D jEIDICinSTIEDS j I will always keep the Best Fresh Drugs. j My etock of Trusses ana Shoulder-Braces is lurrje My Perfumeries and Colosfins are the sweet est und best. Prescriptions beinir my i.peeiulty, Pbysiciuns and customers will always lind rouipe. tent men to wait on them correctly und witli care. I liuve Pure Brandies and Wines 'or medic lual use. Toilet and fancy articles in great variety will always be found here, liicludir Sonps, Pow. tiers, t. oin us, brusnes. Mirrors, c. X KEEP SCHOOL BOOKS. I keep a Urire stock of Blank Books, Bibles, Prayer Books, V iseellaneous Books, llecei.pt Books Dictionarlei, Books of Travel, and Poems; also all kinds of Writing Paper, Envelopes Drawina Paper, Cardboard, a variety of Stationery, Pocketbooks, Gold Pens and Holders, Knives, &c. I always iave on band a complete stock of Lead and Oils, (ilass, Putty. Varnishes, fnd Coloir both dry aid ground In oil. Persons about to paint will find It to their advantage to call on me. All tho btst Patent Medicines and Pills can be had of me. My prices are low, as I buy for cash, of tlrst hant To please all is mv desiro. Don't forget that I keep Fine Cigars, both imported anddomestc. (jauS-ly) m J a" " J. MANLEY. 1840. MAIIiEY & SIMM. (Sccciissoits to J. Maxluv,) DEALERS 1 1ST SHELF AND HEAVY Iron Wagon and AND EVEUY VAI1IETY OF PAUDlt & COOKING STOVES, POUT ABLE & BRICK BINGES, PORTABLE & BRICK FURNACES, For mivi Soft Coal, Hard Coal ami Vrool. A full assortment of Registers, Stove & Furnace Repairs, Sheet Iron, Copper & Tin always on liaiul. Wo an rparctl to manufacture all kinds of SHEET IKON, COITEI AND T.N WAKE, SMOKE STACKS, BOILKK BliEECHING, Wcl Augers, on Shutters, and all kinds of Heavy and Light Jo!i Work in Slice Iron and Copper. No. 118 Main St., and 18 Mill Street, OTTAWA, Oct. 9. M.-tf MONEY TO LOAN At 0 per cent. Interest, On Farming Real Estate. ffi lto to or address dCC.-Il!s I.KV1 W. P.OOD. hhi'rldaii. Ills. THE BOSS SALOON! Alp. lleer and L'orlcr. Ctioce Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Billiard and Pool Tables. Free Ltmch Every Morning. (JEO. KOUTCLIFFE. o:uva,!i.. M,u;6.-iy rjUIK flUIlf-SCJItl lI-3il Will offer tin srrrl'cs of the following btalltona lor li-li : The Thoroughbred Hambletonian and Mambrino Stallions, CLIMAXiV.CTOR CLIMAX IS A DARK EAY, Slxtwn lands hl(th, and wcljli' lumiw Urml liy Almont, he liv A'xai'dfr's Atidalla. sire ol i.rdd-tnttli Maul. ImI dam liy Mfl'iourne, lie liy Imp. Knlitlit ol bt. i.ir(!'. '.Id dam hy 'X DmarK, llin 4 mile liors sun of lin. llrrtB'-ford :fd dan: By Ill's: Blnirlfton. sod or llfrtranr-. urn ol blr Ari'hy, ll ot Im. Ulonmlc. 4111 dam iV lllai-kminrs Whin, 'h dam hy 'oparb"ttnin, li nwtcd prr. .th dam by llin lllf.tiard-, son ol blr Arrliy. VICTOR ISXDARK BAY, Sired b' l''"t Hamhltonlaii, son of lijsdvk's llaniMf to man. tdain. MaKirte Uuiiii.I'T Bourliuii t hler, hy Mam hriho ('!! d dam hy (illl erniont. .1.1 dam l.y t.rry l. ,.i.. . tub i nolo rare linran. MitL-irle Minn, the daia ol Victor, l r.ot only tiersHf a trum r, hut trams tui.rry r aifle i-.'ii irirooirn nr Sin sun n;iin. 111 cimi' innt ir. li'loodcl Mauibrluo Chief and Hill's lllacklianli.tlir Jreol fcTh "slior" wire parcLa"-! of W;i:i:.m T. WittiPr", of L'ini: "ri, h'nt'i.-ky. htri-i: .r. Utc. :u-t.uios sAMLKl, Dl' KI.ItMAN. LorersofCooloobs Vr' invited to rail at tho I.ook Store or OS MAN If Al KMA, wot of the Court House Square whoe -took of evrrvthinir per taiiiin? to the l.ook and Station ery trade is full, and will he kept hy treh constant additions of the best American and KnsrlMi iulli- cations, and winch tliey will sii at publishers prices. i Highest Premium Medal & Diploma Centennial Exposition AWARDED LOVKLIj & KUFFIXCiTOX, M fiCit tr.ns or Fli5 Gnt CbewiEjc ani SqoIqiie Tdiacca. COVINGTON, KY. Oit Erasdi cf ChewicK are Fonnuin, C'.otU of Cold, Old CoBgress, &ad Fonun. TOR SALE ET SMITH & RISING, Not . -?o tlTr, llllnol. II. SMEETON 1875- and Nails, Cariago Wood. Wok, ILLINOIS. lUtmbcr. L UMHKHI LUMIIEIII STRAWN & POWELL UKALEIi.S IN SLinnlc i, Lath, J'ohU and Naili". Also, Maoolactnrrrs ol Mid I;alers Is j Sash, Glazed and Unglazed,! DOORS, BLINDS, MOULDINGS & BRACKETS.! LANING- MILL Inconnertion wl'h tliflunilH-. rard.savlnir the ripinsraBl irout.lml haullnv yourlunilM'.r to a mill rordrvaslnc. fW LumBtir VaiO and I'lnniiig Mill ni'in the Illinois Kit Bridal!. aurliU. On account of my ill health I air willing to rent orsellmybutchei shon. AUGUST BERLET, iictH-tf Madlsunslrert A BARGAIN ry huuiw, with n LAMfiM-ikl ntafht I rtHinii, fiv clou j vXn ft.i pantry, well. rlsTern and rollitr. also sati and toi.l Iioiim1 irood oondiltttn. r mil t r-. i mr. and ctitilce ilirulilitry. I'rlce only f '. I! oii t. T rni very eny. .1. . II MCKIS, Noveintier I. lieal Kstati! Ilr"kr THE ENEMY OF DISEASE! TUB Fli OF lAli TO MAN AND BEAST la tlie flrnad Old MUSTANG LI N IMENT, WHU II HAS STOOII TIII:TKSTIII 4 viw. Till ItK IS M KtlKK IT Wll.l. NT 1IK.I no i.A.nr.NKss ir wii.i. Nor M'i:k, n: .Mill:. XI) I'AIN, Til AT -IH.MTs Till:, lit MAN IIOIIV, OK Till: IHIDV OF A! ; hoksi: oic oTiu.it am i ai . that ih NOT VIKI.IS T ITS M tl.H TOI CII. A 1 MAET MARKET FOR RENT -jllOTTI.K t OsTINt; ir, .'.Or or stl.Ort. II AS IIIITKX !AVM Till: I II K r A hi MAN HKiNti, a.m i:i;stoi:h 10 in: and iI M II I.MaS man v a vai i ari i: IIOKSt: Aiitoraph Albums, lieau liful and novel, at Osman & Haiiciiiaii'.s wotof Court House Square. ' 1 T I KINK. KtNHAI.I. A STFI'IICNS. Man. Is fi turer.of I'HH AUi W II ITK L1M1-. wm bnf"t iftVe at Ume Mo:ke. corner ltriiklasy and rrp"" stmrta. Mrrt r, I.I. W. II. I.nkln.. Mrra'wt ; J. .Ks dU,iiatsvla. 1 s. Mi-pLei Aur(.r. U-iy FREE TRADER STEAM DEPARTMENT IS SUPPLIED WITH THBEE FAST PRESSES! ItlJ.-V II V A BAXTER STEAM ENGINE, 'l"tio Itostt In L'oe nd hy all the needed machinery, type ami kinds of plain and laucy 1 11 res for a BOOK Al JOB PRINK Various New Stylos of Typo just received and additions constantly being made. PRINTING DONE IN ALL COLORS1! Hronziiiir, Gilding, WITH OtlK Steam Power (.'ostitis I'lM a trllV lor fui'i, wuran rrlr.t iv . tin-. lti'nn.inil Iniiirtssl.iT s ut Half the Cost of Hand Power! (While we nuarantee as Good Work as 'any city jobbers, we challenge aconmar. I son of Prices with any ottier en.ibllsh ments FURNITUEE ii lik Cuniy Empcrius. 1 iieSt.M k ! lw.i)S r ill siiil t'.ini:yto. I'lUCKS LOWKir THA EVEIL rndertiikin a Specialty. All purchases of Thirty Dollars ani over Delivered Free ot Freight at anv R. R. Station iu La Salle Co. RUSSELL & SON. fntsws. July ."Jib. 1st;;. !') .l(.lr.r trdlttiirliir j I WEBSTER ii DICTIONARY ot uin- iv .iri, ;mi-u( Miars. Tstnsr r u..n...- uui .h,. ilrtnrv.: Atibrevl. L I llon, V ,'rds I'lirare., "r,iverh. ., from tlic irw k. the L.il.n. and the M vlem Lanrt Mcrnrco Tncks, t.i't tu-. I r.u:l o reiilptol 1. OS.MAX A H irEMAX, Ottawa, llllnula. CLEAN PEOPLE nenfc-jteeper.. Itoi'ler. rsiotr,reniemheT that I ker l.nre stuck ut p" I"!-, Iit.. mis, ;mlne. r.a br.whes, and ail iid ol oiaienal for palntlnc. will bi txiadersuld. . V OKloOS. i.nii'i't'Tc Fu: tlESTLKVKN. Letter Puh ' -ara Itrtoks. I'orket Book.. r Uxks. i'ctet Rurk. r- i. Leather (leods, at IMuan Hapemaa's. IS La 8.: at. SUMMARY. I bate larce and romnlete .tnek of rwae. mnA u.-w. k 1wutil bt lml in qualltj. 1 vui aril at reswear: rnca THE LATEST NOTELTIFJS Osroan A Ua;tDMii', vat cnT Cevt Hosjse, If G