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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1877.
OTTAWA .FREE TRADER; THE COURTS. ' Circuit Court. ' ' '- Tin- Oil -.ox tlieposcd of by this court Uiriiis tlie I'rcM'iit week urv:1' COMMON' LAW IMH'KF.T: ('. . Brush, inlniiiiislnitori' 7'm'hh with the M il! anne xed of tin: cstittc cf Hicharil Thonu' (Iccca-t'il, ,,' Sinmicl W. Imli;ciiii. Aswini'i-sit. .Jury trial, i Vurilirt for- plaintiff iiml juilniiriit forsr'.TS. ' VMS iSi'tli II. Italian'. . Kirticrt Kilncr mill AIoiizm IVlkin-. Atipeiil. Jury t:-iii!. r'iiitliii:; lor the ilefciuliiiits. 138 AMirail AVilkc-; -. .limits (-'n.-tt r. ."' al. Jury trial.- , 1 15 Tin- Siri'iitiirMiiimfai'turiiifft i. i. AimIitw Dt'fcnliaueU. , Appeal. Dismissed lv piuitititl. 4 t!S Gcorpu Jlectz vs. Uiu liit linn of Keuwor tli', Laicli it Co. Assuuifwit. Jiidiruitnt fur the laintiirof $iiwi.!r. olli Jcrcmiiili ( roily .. The Nmiccii Coal Co. Confusion. Jiitlirinnit dy confession for:!, Iiili.. ltl und CIIAX'CKKY. S? Th National City Bank of Ottawa vs. .limits l'inli vit nl. DiiTit. Tit County Court. . , ' " iv vuoiiATi:. Kstale of Win. Heck. I.ciiic ".ben to sell r estate to pay dchts. Estate. f John Sham. Claim ullowcd. Appraisement hill und inventory iipprovcil. hstute of Joseph E. Shaw. Until report ap proved and executor discharged. Kstatc of (ieorge Mackinson. Final report up proved, ctiitt declared Insolvent and administra tor discharged. Estate of (Scorjre Bender. Final report approv and estate declared settled. ' Estate of I.cwin . Itogers. Final report ap proved and estate declared settled. Estate of Elkalieth I'oundstone. Final report presented and order of distribution made. Estate of Nathaniel S. l'iercc. Claim of $sr.,.HS allowed. Estate of l'ctcr Sweeney. Claims ullouedf iit. JS. Estate of lico. Temple. Order for Jinal. settle ment to January term. Estate of Augusta F. Koch, betters of admin iteration issued to Augusta M. Koch. Hond, I,ri0n. Notice to creditors to January term. Estate of Levi Temple. Order for tlnal settle, incut to January term. ixsm:. Win. (J. MeCoriiiiek, I'cru, mhioI J. .. Mi Cor mick, was adjudged Insane in Judge Miller' court on Tuesday. No cause is assigned; aged :'! ear; unmarried. From Utica. Utk a, Nov. '!, 187. District No. 'I is now without a leaidier, while in reality school hhoiild have been in progress there during the past two weeks. The directors, Messrs. Strawn and Hhodcs, claim that Mr. McKenley, of Ottawa, verbally agreed lo leach the said school the coming four months, but thai Mr. Mc IC. has now a better olHcc, perhaps, and claims he is deaf and on that account unable to perforin the duties of a teacher. So now the directors, like Horace waiting for Ids deer, ore patiently awaiting the onslaught of Iho-.e dear creatures called school l.iann-. that they may put in their bids and know of I heir acceptance or rejection, as the ca.se may be. lint report lias ' it that the di- rectors arc iiuliir rent whether they blru a teacher this w inter or not. They should re member that they do not comprise nit t (i pro. pie of District So. i!, ('lieu tow nship, nor are they the fra tilers of the school law. "When Mr. McK nicy closed the school room door for the last lime, it would have liccu well if he had ba ked it and thrown away the key. The next teacher (if we have one) will, perhaps, do what most, all teachers practice, put the scholars so far back in their studies that when the four months are ended they will find themselves just when; they should have begun. Quito a little excitement prevails in ('tica to-day. In the lat six hours the river has risen eight inches and the farmers along the Ixjttom who have yet corn to be husked, feel very uneasy. In some places the water is up about the corn stalks and fears are entertained that before three days half of tin? bottom land between the I'tiea Cement Works and La Salle will lc deluged. Mr. IM. Neary has twenty icaiui mid as many n.cn working for him in his coi n fields. ,(,hn Holland and T. tlrill'cii have alxiut the same number, and John Iiran in n has employed ull the help he can secure ;.nd is looking for more. It would indeed be too bud if those lurmers ohoukl lose the crop ifUT having been blessed with one so beauti ful from eighty to ono htindnsl and twenty bushels to an acre. John). Sullivan, through the nsMstam e of Kev. P. Terry, joined hands on the evening of ihc 'MlU with Miss Mary Fitzgerald of Ottawa. The wedding was grand and the boys ami girls Lad a boss time generally. The supper was no bwect, 'tis Miid, The dancing was ho grand, The men admired the happy maid The maids the happy man. James Shay deserves much credit Hnd es. item for his man like uct in rescuing Mr. Wil :iam Smith's child from a cistern, into which it fell. When the accident happened a lot of rvould Is; men gathered alxiut the cistern and -honied at each other for a rope, hut when James arrived on the scene he made a ropo of himself by Jumping in instantly hnd saving Ihc child. We ought to make a present of a rrjpe to those other mn and advise iheni totake it to home Iwck woods and Use it. Jmi;i From Marseilles - Makkillks, Nov. 1 1 Dr. Montgomery is adding an ell to the ' ast hide of his res';d nee. Sociable Saturday nhht at Mr. Simmons' house-. A Sons o Tonncrance affair Method Ut sociable at Mrs. Gardner's to. morrow night. Lively time will probably be,il" hal, judging Irom past whs. ,k Notice of closing of post-office to-day, on the iront d.cr of that building, is aptly illustrated by pi ture of a rooster and duclis with their Lead off. At Dnnuay, at which they have had no ttoir for Konie time, owing to the last one hav yig burned down, it is learned that a general btoro U now being built. The Ifciptist folks have no" regular astr now Lit re hcaruig candidates looking to the employing of wme good man, and will hear minister from Chicago on Sunday. , Tc Lsre twa largt jria 'mills, one ot brick land tlio oilier of Htono, nnd yet it is impossible to get feed for cattle ground. A mill to do siicli work is badly needed. U in safe to n'rt Unit niiTcuntile lirm.s it whole ' an; carrying lieavief stocks of goods than ever before, and are of the opinion Unit the slate of trade will warrant them in o doinir. The action of the Milplini' wiiti-ron the till t- inirof our artesian wells U stieh that but a lairt tune comparatively elapses before hole?. appear in the pipes. If this be under ground the well is liable to stop llowinir out so as to be, of use. More wells would be sunk here il it were not for the dillicully. as rc-tubins every two or three years costs too much, even it a sure thinjron their llowiiiguijain can be relied on. The one in East Marseilles threatens to be rendered useless in such a manner, the tub-i intr above ground even at this early dale after being pul in operation being much eaten out Fi l l, (.kail Dimmick jind Vicinity. For some time past, the residents of Dim mick have been blessed with plenty of rain and lots of mud. so much in fact that it has rendered traveling a physical Impossibility. However, in compensation for this, we are Withered little bv tramps or peddlers Never theless all are praving heartily for settled weather. Mr. Win. Wilkins will work his farm next year, while .lames Keener win remove io iu reau county, where he will henceforth reside. Mr. 'Wilkins lias begun farming "with a ven gciice," and already has 1ifty.fi ve acres of fall plow ing completed. Hardy McLaughlin is laid up with a sore hand, and consequently cannot work. I pre sume be is enjoying himself. l'edro and Hercules say they would like to see some of those cornfields of ours w hich go 00 bushel to the acre. Very well; all they have to 'io is t come and see us, and we will how tin m tields which will yield even better than that. Isvihibi.k Hill. Sulfering will exhibit its presence by the cries of the babv, and Hhoald be removed by the prompt use of that highly recommended renifuy nr. Hull's Habv fyrup. 11 Is nee irom .Morpniu. Price, li" cents. A Mytenou Silinwir of riti in Cuuuilu. A continuation of the strange report that a bower of fish had fallen on the fourth conces sion of Harwich township is given by a school teacher of the neighborhood, who testifies to what he saw as follow s : "HaviiiL' dismissed the children for theday. I was return in ir to mv boarding place, when, yvitli a side glance, 1 discovered something in the grass. At first I thought it was some spc- ies of raltlesiiake, inn upon morecarciui scru tiny, I found it was u nne, nrm, iresn iin oi the pickerel species. Having been brought Up tit the seashore I knew at once; the fish was jood, and picked U up. while wondering whence it ciune. My astonishment was in creased, however, when stepping on a lew vaitls further I found another euualiy coon. A few steps further on one more, and then I thoii'j-ht I ought to return to the schoolroom for Mime paper in which to w rap them. On entciiii'' the room 1 seized (rather thoughtless- lv vou will sav) one of the pails, and proceed cd'to collect ti'sb. When I had more than half tilled the pail I saw u man in the distance car rying some tlslu and supposing the mystery was about to bowolved I awaited his approach. I dropped the pail and felt somewhat guilty for having appropriated She tlsli till relieved by his ussuring mu that he had gathered up also those he had in tin-same way, and that he had just been culling the largest of them. He observed: 'These are as good and fresh as money could buy.' I tilled the pail, not only to the" brim, but'up to the whole height of the handle, and having deposited my burden nat urally iu the farm house where 1 board I re turned to collect the remainder. When I had finished mv task 1 assure you that I felt fa tigued. Tfie w ork had occupied half an hour. This fall of fish extended about three-quarters of a mile. On the same evening one of the maids was Kent for the cows to u field about half a mile f rom my boarding place. She also returned laden with fish that she had picked up in a similar wav. This girl reported that she had left others behind her w hich she could not conveniently carry to the house. 1 be lady, with her maids, nrc'onred the tish the nunc evening fordrying and smoking, and they were subjected to this process next day. The rir- cuuistance, you will admit, is unique, apart . rf i . , i Irom its strange surroundings, unu i canuoi but think the correspondent of the Kondeau Xtir did not err much in reporting It. As to whether these now famous ri.shes tell six feet or six thousand l Know noi. wnc iniug i know, that thev were scattered for a distance of about three-quarters of a mile, and that, at least, tomv know ledge, three persons gauiemi them." 'Jui'into frVeiic. Sitting Hull's I'rlnonrr. A correspondent of the lioston Ifirnt'l relates the following strange story: The commission which was sent to sitting Hull made an important discovery in the fact that the warrior lias in his camp a white pri soner captured at the Custer massacre. Ik-fore reaching Fort Walsh rumors readied the com mission that Sitting Hull held some of Custer's men as nrisoncrs. and after the first conference nne of the half breed interpreters employed by Gen. Terry visited the camp, ami, w hile pass ing through, was accosted in Knglish by a per son dressed and painted as a chief, who said that his name wa3 Martin Hyan, who was a corporal in Company I, Seventh Cavalry, Col. Keough's company, iiml had lai n taken a pris oner at the battle of the Little Hig Horn with Custer. IiKiuirv apparently suMaintiated his assertion and the follow ing tacts were ascer tained : Ryan's life has lecn spaml by Sitting - . . . . . , t . . 1.! ISlllI IllUlsclI, WHO tulopicu 11 1 111 luio uis own family. Kvan made several attempts to escape, but being carefully guarded was unsuccessful, and on each occasion he was severely ticaten. He has now nppcarcntly accepted the situation, and Sitting Hull lias ma.ie nun a warcnici and married Kyan toone of his own daughters. . . . . t . . .... . . t a . i. Kyan lias lei ills nair gmw long in iiiuiuu nusU ion, dresses its an Indian, and is know n by the Sioux as the White Chief. l iKui the return ot the commission to St. Paul, Oen. Terry can sen uie musier roi;s oi eonumnv I. Scvc'iith Cavalry, lo lie examined. and found that Martin Ryan's name is borne corporal, and that he was present for duty .when bis command weni imo uie laiai acuon of June 25, 170. It was stated by the friendly Indians that there are several others of Custer's men nrlsoners in Sitt in ir Hull's enmp, but Rvans case is the only one w hie h Is verified. Sitting Hull was asked the question direct by lien. Corbin if he tMik any prisoners of the Seventh Cavar.'y, and answered Hatly: "That is none of your business." tsiltnig nun lameii consul trably alwut the battle w ith Custer, and all he said fullv confirm the conclusions arrived at by Gen. Terry last venr when he examined the ground just alter the battle, lie nam mat at first he thought Oen. Terry's whole army waa uion him. and he had moved his women and children and proer1y about four miles in lelrcat, when he received information from'ui scouta that It was only the tevcth cavalry nnd T r,n lTnlr ft'usterr. hwI that thev were divided and Hcno had already retreuteif. He suys he then took ,")() warriors, and went buck and moved dow n on C'uste" in n solid ma-s. a.id ended tlicfL'lit right tlcre. He says that I.ong Haifwas one of the urv last down, and bit luilians shouted ami wmWipis to him to pur render, but he would not, and ulmtif tie1 verv last of the tiglit lie wa killed. lie said that -t he had captmvtl C'uste" h- would not have hurt him. but haw kept bin In bis camp. H ' ,.i-, ,Mi,iA- manv men he o-.!. tint re u-' o i" tell the number. ' After a few moments, how ..i i. i- in- ,aid that lie lost a ureatmanv :i: nri in.i.i il more than two;bi- evrv man Loir' Hair had. In regard lo Corporal Uyan's ca.-e, (o n. Terry has written u li ter lo the Slate Depart ment throii-'h Secretary McC'rarv 1 1- ;ii " -:i t''t facts as acertained, to the cm! that the assist ance of Hie lJritisli (;oen:: in:: -' -i-kul to clfect his relea-c. .1 New .nitlo of ixll:iii Corn. k ,lo!ii l Sellers :ooli lilies men ! a' a 'side issue, subsidiary to his eye water enter prise, so Mr. Minim's. Hew itt is' taking Indian corn under bis special care. He is laboring with a Congressional committee in bcliall oi corn at the I'aris Kxhibition. I le wants a coin kitchen established, in which the toothsome griddle cake shall make to tingle w ith delight palates all unused In its subtle flavor, while the New Kngland cem bread with sweftnin' in it, and the less elaborate Virginia pone and hoecake, and the i-gg cnricheil batter bread, shall "ive to European gourmands a new de light tempting them to create a demand tlfrough their retail grocers for some part of our great product other than that which they now buy lor cattle-feeding purposes. Mr. Hew itt would not stop here, however, in his apos tleship of Indian corn. He would have high priests of hominy, di ft workers in grits.skilled compounders of samp'stablisliedin the Ainer ican kitchen at Paris, imd colporteurs of corn, according to his plan, ire to distribute recipes printed in all language, which Hhall teach the outer barbarians of other lunds how to prepare this noblest of the cereals lor consumption. This literature is to include directions fur the manufacture of corn oysters and corn pud dings, and possibly also tor tlie concoction oi thaf mildly invigorating tipple of the Virgin ians, corn beer, t orn whisky our hitropean neighbors drink already, perhaps, disguised as French brandy or as old sherry wine. Mr. Hewitt is right, and we wish him abund ant success in his side issue. He has the au thority of high precedent too for his endeavor, although he may not know it."- Mr. Joseph A. Wright, at one time Governor of Indiana, and aftyrwards Minister to Herlin. went to Europe with corn in his heart, to speak metaphorical Iv. He labored long and earnestly to com mend the grain of the West to European pal ates and European stomachs. Humboldt, who was hw friend, persistently refused to be con verted to his gastronomic" doctrines, insisting that Indian corn, while it might be tvliolesonie enough, could never, by any art of cookerv, be made palatable. The wily" Hoosier diplomat ist set a hup for the man of science. Inviting Humboldt to breakfast one morning he be. guilcd him w ith griddle cakes made of Indian meal and dressed with Wabash butter. In ig norance of the composition of the food the great savant ate as Eve did of old and was caught iii the snare. I nsuspoctingly he rel ished the cakes and warmly praised tuetu. Then and only then the Hoosier ex -Governor made known the nature of the food that had tickled his guest's highly cultivated and dis tinguished pidati a palate thenceforth catho lic and cosmopolitan, tie assured ins guest that not only did corn meal cuter into the com- position ot the gru'.die caKes, out com men wits the only product of grain used in their preparation," and this assertion being continued by the gentl woman who presided ai ine laoie, who had compounded the cakes with Li-r own skilled hands, Humboldt was conquered. A barrel ot meal, the gilt ot the Mini'tor, was set up in his kitchen as one of his Lmi.-.s, and a recipe for the preparation of griddle cakes. neatly w ritten in u woman's hand, was pre sented to bis cook. -A . i . A coning fo-st. Tin- .sua is to us tlie most important of !ht . . , i , i . i ... i. .. i i I t'lcMliU UOiucs. 41 MTins in ut: uie inr-;i-si ;.nu i tin: most lmlliiint uiu! tlie one ilntli fXcrt.s the iitost perceptible in!!ii ni c on our cloln-. Tlio tenter of motion for our pl inct nntl its nciifhlKirs, it is also the source trimi which conn' theliirht ami hi'iit .so osscntiul to lite. It certiiinlv cxcrci.st-.s uti intliicnce on the niiiijnctic am, elcctne i-omiition of our planet, luit tn what extent is still u biilijeet for iiivtti gatitui. To the naked eve the brilliancy of the sun is unbearable. Vi e can lxjk at the union, how ever, without inconvenience; ami one wouiu iinairiiK! we miL-nt, wnen it is Known mat tin sun's rav exert a force equal loeijrht hundretl thousand tunes of the lull liioiin.or, to compare with the stars, twenty-two billion times that of the brightest star. In order, then, to look at it, some colored glass is usually interposed la-fore the eye, unu by this means the danger in much lessened. In figure it is s-phcncHl, und appears to us as a circular cusk. ii mere t.s any iiatiening ai the poles, it is so small as to escape measure ment, and this need not seem strange since the licht is no strong that only at rare tiniei is the disk border clearly seen. It has u revolution around an axis, as is easily snown iy thfi patu of the solar spits across the disk. In the morninir ut sunrise anil tn the cvenins ut sun set tlie disk appears very .sensibly flattened, ! but this is an optical illusion, us exact meas urement easily shows. Probably but few have noticed the fact that the sun appears slightly larger at certain sea sons of the venr than "t others. This U the case owing to our planets oeing nearer mesun at one season winter that at another season summer. The apparent diameter of the sun at the former time is a little over thirty-two and a half minutes, at the latter time a little more than thirty -one and a half minutes, a dif ference of about one thirtieth. Tlio distance of the sun from us varies then with different seasons of the year, being, as stated aliovv, nearer in winter than in summer; but the average distance is almut 9 000,000 of miles. Former calculations made the distance 1.000.IMMI more than this, but thev were incor rect. The results obtained from the transit of Venus have not liccn published yet, but prob aMy not very mucin hunge iu the distance w ill be made. The ancients held very vague notions concerning the distance ofthcun. Aristarch usofSauitw supposed it to be about 9,000.000 of miles; Kepler tripled that numlicr; Cossini asserted that it was uliout '.'iHI.OOO.tHXi, but tin ally settled on u distance about ciiual to that now used. It Is ditlicult to obtain any clear idea of this distance, although It is very smail, astronomi cally speaking. To assist to a comprehension let lis consider that light travels almut one hun dred and eighty-live thousand miles per second, vet requires over eight minutes to come to the earth from the sun; sound would require four teen years, and a railroad express train would reach tlie suu from us in the vear a little over three hundretl and forty -seven year after its departure. This distance so vast as it Mt ms Is the uuil on which trther nMronomical distances are based. If this sti lus large how must the dis tance of the stars seem, from the nearest of which light nsiuin- three years, ami trom iioirte of them thousand of years are necessary, so that on looking through cur telescopes ai them we do not see them as they are today, but as thev were thousands of yeurs ago, years before the universe was created, according to the old Idea: Zumwi Povle. Ti wwld 1 b an ortao. Wttli ten thouMod Mineral tr-r. plar-d br wi.id.lir an, lr littmo K. O I he railes. , hula and Ottawa Wholesale Market , Ottawa, Nov. P0, 177. The trade of the fat week has amounted f little or nothing o.itside of city patronage. Tin roads were pivUUy never iu more horrible con ditiuii, .-o that it was utterly impossible for farm, cr.s to get to town. n Wednesday the weather changed from u drizzling rain to a '-freeze up." accompanied by allow. The reel- ere now fright fully '.".ugh, but no longer bottomless, and a. .soon as ttn y are Wo!'!! uown, ma m-" lively trade', for farmer-, who from sheer inability to travel u.wn will take tlr.- :ir.-t opportunity to lay in thcirv.-h.icr .supply, l'ri.-e.-remain about the same a- i.i-t week, eveept produce, prime qualities ft'v,liich coinui.i!:d liruicr figure-. We (je.o!.. below: n.,.rr. KKSe. Kloar, si. :,u.- white r fn-.n . Klour. Kiiii:isi.ir!iii: ln-ui. n-wil . !) r'lour, Kiuimi ml inter. V :J Klimr. Miiiiii-M.taMlriii wtieir, f-iuu V ' ' - l erii Mi'-il. retail, r lii C lir.ui, f IU'B. I.K.MN M sKK'. live. V 111 If, '.. ' W hint. itririi;, p hush i rn, iii'vi. & hush urn, shelinl, v .m; tt .s ( mu, V : t I'huiTSi-eil TlUIUtll) Seisl I'lle I I" t K. rnlHNMH, htlsh his'm'. i a ItmtiT. ft Ktw, V tlor. I liiekt-nl. ilreHei. Turliici,, (lr-sw(i. ) t - liiek.-in. Hw, J- (In; Hay. V tun M R : s. C'attlr nn frmt, V I1"' Kilt C'alviw. live welK'it, l' Sheeii. t mi in Lheliup. V i'O tt T V LLO ft , IlIPKs AVU SALT. Ijinl, V UI1..W. In eil I'M,.. .IS a; It () fi l 1 li t.(, 1 -0 ;. ' f. I !S ' -il i t.r 7 9 w !') ! 73 m ."! 3 w ft ;o .1 Ml 4 l) 3 h i ' ; s ! '! 5s s iA Tallnw, lofifM, j Suit, V hhl Hill.-, over i It.-, V lll'lea. iimler Ui V It ( alt. V IK Ot'iu-fin, V B - Klmt lllif. V a Ory Suit. V IK OaiiiHS'ed. H:dv, two-tliirtu ir .'. I'nlcnire Market. , Cnic.iiio, Nov. Ijo, 1ST7. Kkkioht Uv rail were sternly yesterday and, fair shipment were imuhi at 40c' VhM for grain1 to Xuw York; Hour N)e V btl. Fl.ocu l'ricet um lianged. ( hoicc wlntO: winter w heat .i',.7.K;t7.-i"; fancy western spring extra.-, f."i.oiVf.-).75; .Minnesota patent, t;..jOei- '..tfl; choice sjiring Mipcrtincs,$4.00w t.'i". i Wheat Winter No. 'I red, in store, ffl.W-j l.lli. Spring No. 1. Minnesota, ?l.Itc" 11;' No. 2, in store, fsJ.ON.r !.!; No. :5, l.tBt. Conv Mixed, -i')',:). Options, 4',i7) for Novcinlier. Oats No. 'J, yvfX; reieeteil, ISc. Uvc No. 'J, ST.'.. ; rejec; "l, ',s,.. barley No. WV; l -iect. .1, !(lc. ( Lard $7 sTms.o;; f lmi lbs. Utltter Creamery, ;!b.i"V; good to choice dai ly, :Vnre. " Kggs lti;,(17e V doz Potatoes Ni-n-, .'Orie ,ri."" i'ur peaeUMow-; earl) rose, 4l)C(c' l"e. Cattle Without laaeli change. Choice extra grade steers, "i.:ii(.).i.."Hl; good to hoie natiTes, ji4.oOu."i.ull; hatchers' steers, $:s.'i1if :!. 7.1; cows and heifers, i-'.:!.u '.'. tinawa Pout Office. CLO81N0 AND AKK1VAL OF MAILS! ; r R. I. f . R. K. r7. .Iivo,. Kaaleruuiau U:WM l:llra Wittriiinall l:la1 l.';XPM NlKhtmall IMF It a. B. n h. I. 3mthurmn;.il 10:S5 4 !:. Northern mall 8:10 p x Iki.Dam harm llldie.TueUy. Taari. Satnr(1ay2:ll p n 14:iu u Pralrlfiientrn, Wednesday and Saturday. lain UM M OUlceopenaat 7 a M, anJclo.ea at 7:80 r . ; .1 uno JO. 1877. J.K.CAHKKOX.P.M. ' CUcago, Barllngton and Quinsy R. R. TIMK TVIJLK. From A-jrora, 1 -1 No.&i' So. 61 1 B : t i P.U.L7. A.M.UT.j 4.15 I I.ii K.IU- 111 it n i K.-ji 6. ; 9.:ti 6 is .n .! 7. U 10. Ill 7. is 10. Vi -,3a iii.su 7." lh.itl 7.M 1H.4I 1 S.07 10. u 8.22 II. 00 n.; ii it 10 1150 Toward Aurora, t STATIONS. Ko. 62 I No. CI ) Il int. p.m. as. . ... in. Hi 7. is s.lO fi..i S 30 s.ji (in MB 8 00 7..v , 7. VI 4.4-J " Hi 4 : LIS 4K0 7.17 4 Crf 7.17 S.M .... fp.SS 8 47 6.45 3,33 H.Zi S.lO ..... 8i a. so AH LV. P M.LV Chieazo Aurora Went Aurora. . Oiweiro Yorkvllle ... Koic Mlllhrook..., allllltiKlon &lirhlaii Serena Wedron Dayton ....OTTAWA,, oraad Kldge., btreator.... . tv p.m. ah. ax.ab ii Krelirht (tiilnir aoutn 5.10 pm SS Krelifht Koliiu aouth 7.0 a H ; f Kreiithi uolni; north 11 Ti i'rtmht noinK north 7.lupn! SAM-l-'KL POWKI.L, General f aMenger and Ticaet Airent. K.C.LEE, Agent at Ottawa. ocK7'o Chicago, Bock Island and Pacific Bailroad. Ou and arter May 'J'th. 1N77, tralm leave Ottawa at loilowa, vis.: OOINO IAiT. Day Ktprcua anl Mall 1 Nwht KunretMt .top 2.0:1 5.47 a h S.57PM Peru Accomniotliitlon Accommodation FntUbt, No. 10 OUI.MI WIMT Day Eipreaa and Malt NlKhl tipren I'eiO Aoeominodatioii Accommodation KrelirhU No. 15 5 Mr mi Aecoiiimodatlon Frelitbt, No. la 4.19 A ui Train No. H will oarrr iaisenKen between .lollet and! Bureau, No. 19 be'.ween ottawit and I Jock Inland, No. iObe-j tweed Kock Inland and .lollet. No. i from Bureau to Otta wa, when paaienKera am provided with Octet, and not oilierine. A. M. smith, iiea'l Paaa. Ant. ' A. Kikbll, Oea'l Sap't. A. Mai'vbl, A.t. in. hup't. Dec. . !.. D. M.U ALL. Agent at Ottawa, t - DR. J. B. WALKER, Oculist and Aurist Who baa practiced In tbla city alace livi, may beconaulted AT THE CLIFTON IIOTKL, OTTAWA, OatbeFIUSr SATIT.DAT la Kaca Month, At follow! i HatunUy July ttlHtt. fJaturflBty ...Auk. 4, XHY7. Saturday Nept, 1, 1HTT. Maturday Oct. . 1HTT. Saturday Nov. 3. 1H77. Wturtlt- Dec. I, 1H?7. At all other .tmei (aa thla it the onljr place be vUltaprofea-dona'-lrlhe may be found at Cbicaao. OFFICE AND D1SPENABT 85 WasMnffton St., N. W. cor, of Dearborn. " DR. II. OL1X, Of Cbirnro. (formerly of t!u jiImi;) will ilt Ottawa, at t'llfton Hotel, the first Tuewlay of earn month, f.ir tn-atins all dwam-a of the Eye and Ear. nr-ii ll or other iw. Oneratioiw for oauratt. artini-lal pupil, intertisl h,h. closure of the ear duet, crone eye. trtoehyloma. and the removnl of tumor, and morbid KrowOuof erery ds'rtitlo:i. Artitli ial eyee and ear drum inert.s w Itliout pain or previous ntn-rt tion. Oraoular eye lid, tht truintut difa-e in thr vel, ri.lictilln andptrmiinfntly rurej. From hia long eipeHenee in tr.-atm ilinea.si of tt,o Kve and Ym be feel, rontl'lent in utatinif thsa he -. rare uenriy ntirv t-jwr. t'hmnietllicaealiMttr..;-.l. t ,naa latlou rree. Lsinp at atorli of Artitlei.tl Kyta. iu the Wet. Uet-einVr lirh. IO.-H A CARD. To ail wlw arc ritter-.n f'om the crrurt and Indist reCoin of youth, aertuiu wr.Jii etr'y divay, loa t,f uianhad. ic. I will M'nJ a reciiH- that wi:t cure yon, t T.KK OK CIIAI'oK. Thw a-re.tt reme.1) wm d.scmrtwl by a inwelon ry In South Arnertea. S-ndawif addnwdfnvrl jpetuthe Uk. ra T. tN. MtrMoa P. Rib;.- Hut. Xnt Tin I lllit. DtnlO-ly-p Manhood: How lost, How Restored. i-'r. Im- pellmentt Mrna.et .:!. .i eTi.. Krtl ais.) and Kim, induced by aelf-indugreuce or actual cxtrata aT.nce, c. V Price, in a aeakM rnTolnnc. only :i cent.. nw eelebratnd amhor. la thisa.lmirah Kt. clearK de monMraitw. from a thirty yearn' .nireaefnl prwtire. thai the a!ariiiinconm-.)uenc'tf wit abuse may Wr ratlically cttrd aithout the daiiavriua nrif lutrmal onsltt'lne ,r toe appli ballon uf the knife; polntlrut out a rootle of cure at once .ttuple, certa-'tt and eff-tiial, by mean f which erery tif ferer. no matter what rtao.nditloa may be. mar cure him rif clieaply. nnrateiy and rnsn'. r Thla lt-tare thou id be In IW bacda of txrry yooth and erery maa in the land. (tent wader aeal. in a plain nivalr. tn aay aldreaa, pV)H iHHii. on rervapt of all ceauwr two puataeatauipa, Adilnw the -MibluhersV THE CULTERWELL MEDICAL CXX. twal9-lr 41 Ana 8UKewTork.ro. 0O. m)l Jtwt puWWie.1. a new tslltion nf Ir. C 3 ft erwvll' VIIrtM.l v ii il M ff rn.ie nl 're without nnslu tue i r srr tT.ti I fj itmn or Semitul a.'.lein", larotnvary oem f nal WeakneM, lnvnlnnurv w..rnini ys. !, 9mf eetitrt Meutal aud i'hyirai Iimhinm 1 That You Always. Find Shaw's Store Full of Customers? liccause tliey Apinvciato the Cash System and the Low Prices. They Like to Trade Where Every One Pays for Jlis Own, and No More. 1 SHAW Sella Strictly for Cash. sir.vw il.is mi h id account. SHAAV njier th.m .in' li'in-i III OttAWJ. SHAW Wit! 'll you a hbl. of A suKar lower than any oi'in-.nian. SHAW Will s,-:: ,.ii a Sm' i,Mil"ii Wt'K, Mith ; 'XmI Sj nip, for M, SHAW Ci-l !! .u !'! Ihs. of K.Niil Di-IimI Traelies for l. SHAW Is . :i:;isr the Kansan Snowtlakt' Flour, inaie from white w litter wheat, at tl. Better liny before il Rout higher. ( Mily ! .'i for a sack ut Kaus:uriuorl:ike. SHAW Will -ci; v.wi -i 1. ti h irs. full weight. .ern;an Smp fi,r ft" ts li'irs .if tin' sa.'iii' Se:ip fur i. or I bar for "jc. SHAW SHAW viist iioice T.ihle Uutti-r at fx. SHAW .-I-; '. ff. ml New I! !::' -it I v. SHAW .--.'!'. "0 'Im. New Ulackhi'iTle for f . SHAW H is :) il iliat 11 ib. Mut.ii-. I ir, at It . SHAW'S ! ive P. I tiifi'c Is a tijiaiiii. SHAW S.:. lei.-'.ilf fh'stt of thai Kiftv lent Tea every il:i. SHAW s.-li'ii Ijri!lard TuUu'eo at SHAW :'!'. a r!end;'I, notul Si av. I'.askcl I r :ct . SHAW iiA ijnip ltat rels a! fl e tc' JIju.Hj REMEMBER, Shaw sells Lovfor the Cash Dollar. 100,000 READERS ARK CALLING FIJI! Tlie Origin and History or THE RUSSIAN Till' TURK, ASf THE CHEAT CONTEST NOW W AOINI. 11ETWKEN I'll EM. Our Kii-t-oi-Torl.'l-H W'nr Uoolc t the most re ltd hit-. 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NEW YORK. 1S78. A tin' time approachea for Uie renewal of rtiliwrlption. THE SfN would remind Uarrtenda and wellwishem fTery where, that It la aitaln a rantlMate fur their consideration and iupport. Upon Iu rectird for tlie paet ten yearn It reliea for a routiouance of the hearty aympathy and generoua co operation which hat-i- hitherto been extruded to It from every quarter of the I'nion. The Unity Hun la a f.ur p.ure nheet cf "N column, price In niaiL rswt-ruud- ."i.r iii a n.ontJi, or 1U..0 per )-er. . The Stiiisl., v edition of TJI -; Sf Via .in c!nhl-.Ke het of 56 column. While iritsiur t':;- n-w of the d,lteiso containa a lar.-e ainouut td liier.trv and laii-cellancoua mat t.T pet-l:i) prepansl for It. Tit K SUVDAY M'X t.i met a a h ri.t nt rn. Post pa.d J 1 .WO a year. THE WEEKLY RUN. Who dots, not know THK KKKKi.V M'X? It rirculatea throufc-lwut the rnited Mat.. trie Canadaa. ar.d N-youd. .Ninety th.Mml fatnlliea reet Ita welcome paifa weekly. aud reward It In the iucht of irude, counsellor and friend. Ita neaa, editorial, agrlauiturwi aud literary department make It eentially a Journal fur the I'anilly and the tin-aide. Terma: Kiixf IVllr a year, poat-peld. The price, quali ty onldercd. makea It the cheapeat newnpaper puhlihed. Korrluneof ten, with I'.Ocaai, we will aend an utra copy i free. Addrraa rtIIU5HKU 'K THK SI N, New York City. tr't'Iailecot'leafoi- aaie and mTist:oua reeeited l.y 0uiaB Hima. Ottawa. I .Lia.. IVAiJTEO. A WOMAN townrVlathe famlty of the Wartea at the jts;ie t'ouaic A)1um. A irl home and jruod Kn wlllla' tve- K.nt4U.reot the iilalroa. KES. B. B. ASN0LD. Notemtrier 10-lw Collect Your Bills And pay ynor eb rolltioi: ma4e la cten tate In the I nioii. Tltlea lBsatta-atrd, aai a:rrta or opio;- faro Uheil. Pwrura al a diMatx flsi WieoAanty eat caa time and eapeaae by comn.aaSwaiK with i-. laJ ta uc adOraa OtXl K I'AIXC. Atl.inie al Law. . OctotJcr X. Sn. Crssl r.'.T-r', Bck. oSa. U. Heal IBstatc anti insurance. GRAND EXCURSION . TO SOUTHERN KANSAS Ami ilie P.eiiiillfnl Vcwlio V.illev. TS'ovomlx.r lTuli. Is;7. r.ir tlie itirMHH-nr lioins' On" lnnil now fur milv llie line tit the U-uveuuiirili. ijiwreuee nn.l (lulvwiioii 1!. I! I hew IhiiUs ure milil rur vl.s0tai.li. T l er aim nu J jrivtr lim.' ut 7 i'rvM. Inti resi. Vur ilckiMKUiul full imrili-uUrit. iiiii'. Ac., him'It to .1. o. It l:uis, Orf. ;:-'. Aeent I., t.. O. I!. !! '. Ottawa. lf-L' IV Si l W '-""l" ' rrotil 5 ' rent. I., oil ll Pilll fl per acre. Hi.intnU'ail. fri. I'arvM-N. IIIHH4 anl I'irenljist lo tflvt att -tv. II. It. tlrk- ' u IhimI iMiytTM virj thiaii. J. 1). llAlli;iS, Ileal hula I e IT. 0;ti7 iowa. Missouri 6r.ri. yrt'-i. .1. O. ilAintl.s. o.-iifml Ijind Aeiit. ocr.': U'CI HUY'IV V 111 happen. Aeilitent tnsnr- Vli; Titl 1 r alien tiy Hie day, month or juiir. .1. O. lunula, Ofueral liimiraiitf Ant-lil. tictJ7 rl I-i1 V ""certain. Ditto rleluw. Ditto rhrnin ? 'I -J Un Insurance project ortlie "l'muftion "uii'l other 'iiuirvM)liw. 1'rntft-t your laiiiily ity Insurliui In th -olil Mutual of New York, tin- larvt-Kt, the olilint, thCHafis.! anil the War. .1. O. HAliUIS, Uie liiAUntnt'C Anent. tx-tj; OCEAN' TICKETS ttr:uX'. ilirten in liiii-t repit'M'iiti'il l J. o. HAKlilS, j3Uinilup Altetlt. OCIS7 UT I '(lW llnsliiesH men tt-Mt'Vt that llu ili lVl "d'uxl liincii" no Ioiik lookisl nr are actually coniliitf, not perlia' at rallroatl Mpceil. hut tti!l joKKliiii alo'tiK. This hi'liitf thti cane, money will be Ctfler. work more plentiful, anil AV Kulntf Will Atlrnnct. Now l the time to hnv, iw biirionna In city and country prnjHTiy tan be hud uf J. O. llAKUIs. lieal Katate llroker. wij; lr ft T I i 4 Tll,! 'l"ul " f'nnine Grovra, ami r J iUIV l Ul, all that. OiHdlaniUannuwlehal for tl.ir, per iutc. 40acn-a for only 5B. Maiwanaclreulars mv. J. o. HAKIMS, Klortilu Land A(5t'nt. otf.7 KANSAS LANDS wty from H t H per ai re, liooil; wi ll located. 1uiK time It' you want It. Call for maiw, i J. o. IIAKIUS. Ijind Agent for M. K. 4t T. It. It. Co., M. IE. K. 8. & O. Ii. IL Co., and L. L. A O. It. li. Co. NEBRASKA LANDS. X Kli: lAmti nine. t. rit'ii p It. It. lan. jiam, ' tri iiinm anu iitioi million free. J. O. II AlilitS. AkmiI for U. 1". It. 1!. Co. FREE lilUDOE Two Biimll t'ottap on u the South Hide at l .' eiicli easy term, J. o. HAItltlM, ileal Keuite Broker. Iw 'P l,1 r AkJ Wmtern und l'unhatidlc Ijuida heat n tin 1 I lii Ity a ceuta per itere, .;. o. iiAi:l;is, lexii Uiud AKt'ut. Ott-D FA IMS TO KENT M'vifu lie-.. ,1. o. iiAKUIS, Texaa limuiKrutlou AkcuI. oet-'O 1 A I T UiATti 'ITPITUTC To Teta iiiviijii;vj i ivnuio at Lowest Kates. .1. O. HAKKIS, AKt'ut M. K. & T. Ii. It. Co. octai fVrClTl? 1 V 'Vi1 HrltUh sold phj American llklJ IViVll VyTj. hwten. .Some of the vcr m-st fureiKii cuiiipuuiea repreaeutcii by J. O. IIAUKIS, Iiisii runce Atcent. otTJU INSURANCE. HO Millions of Onllam. Am . erlean money Kreeiibtick or tsiln represented liy.l.O. H AKKIS. Inouraiire Aki'UI. ocr; . 13 an I. JIIttST NATIOXAI, HANK OF OTTAWA. i 'upit.tl, M. It. SWIKT W. HI MHNKLI .ItillX K. NAM! ... 1 00,000. I'reiiteiit. Vice I'realdent. CuehM'i . KIXTOKS: Milton II. Swift, W. Hushnell, Loreuaii I-eUinl. K. Y. (irimrs, John K. ;teH. K. II. Lyiiiiin, I, Hi-j W. Jat kKiti. I'lxolin iijic on Chlciftn, New York, and all the prlncip-n cities ol the Culled Suites, iHiuurht and nold. J'ixi'liitiiKe on Kimliiud, Ireluiid, Scollnud and Coutl nental Kuropc ilmwn in siihih to iiulr. lliiitml Htutea HoikIh, Uold and Silver bought and sold. tmr fiiclltili'. are uoh that we can onr InilueemeflW t, ciwtoiiier. mid we shall iwe our endeavor to iflvo aatuilitc tiou to thtwu i-iitrustuiK as w ith their liuiuua. Hitnkina lioam from U a. m. to I P. M. March il. ISiT. JOHN F. NA.SII, taehlei. y.VTIONAIi CITY JIANIC OK OTTAWA. iFoi iui'ilj t ity Hunk of Kuniea, Alleu & Co.) I II. K AMKs .. K. C. AI.LKN'.... Pre! bin. Vice I'rtsjidcnt. lll!EVT0nS: Henry K. Kamea, KdwttiC. Alien, V. S. i-jiiiit. .lohn D. ('num. 1.. H. Kume, 1 C. Jortkn. le.xfliamte on Ch Irani, Xew York, and all the prtnciiui Citle east ii ml aest, boiiitht and sold. Kxoluiiiit.- wii KiiKiand. Ireland, Srutlund and all Im portant pBiuia iu Ceulideutal Kuroe, tlrawu In sums to u. uurehiwra. V. H. lieveniie HtniujiH of all (U'liotnlnatloM con stantly on hand and foritle. I ruit.-tl Htat..M IIoihIh, Local .Securities, Goid an I Silver iHiuitht mid sold. To thow who luvor un with their pntronaire we would sav. wehhull In- alile to extend ucli tiii illtlinaim acconiinodatioi. a w e trust w ill prove to them satisfactory and profitable Hank open from a. m. to 4 e. m. , . it'll. 3D. U- C. JORDAN, Cashier. 'J Hi! l,Asi.U.I'; COUNTY Savings, Loan & Trust Company I uow open fir hnsincs, ut OPERA HOUSE BLOCK. Five percent, ullowetl on deposit. Offl.-e hotirs-4 a si. to I P. M.. and on Sstttrdity and .Monday evenings, from 6 to s. riFFCt.'tS: WASHINGTON' Ill'SIINKLL Till Is. I. I ATI.IN KIM. si lilt KI.ANIi W. II. IIAKNAliO K. KOI.I.K1T UL L! lUHEVIOKS: PreaHe-i'. . . Vice i'res'den'. Ciuhler. TeiV.- Attorney. Itial Strickland, .luo. U. I itineroii, S. W. Ilayniuiid. T. I). Cnllln. .iHines K. Iithliun, .l,-nh V Hull. W. Uuehnell. Ottawa. February "h. Ik;7. 2S?S $50 to $200 PER MONTH A. NfW.CIenr ttiitl Coneise ' " ' UNIVERSAL IIISTOnY romir.rnriiie with the earlleet perlotla. cloalng March 1ST,. Mvoltimee of the World' (mat. Orand History in on". AnciHiit, Mi.l.ll.. Aipss.au'1 AI.mI.tii, inclniluii hist.prvof (fel.i; Kthmitmn. nauijiirttUvnorrr'... ,lrt tlti'i, and 'rl dljntnltir. A Nok of thrillirii, interest and universal need. Sell faster than other. Be i tlfal illustration, low price, iiiilt'k aalea. .tra term, cir cular, free. Addn .1. ( '. AIoCM 'H IN V . Philadelphia. I'a.j ( lntinmiti.O; Cbicaao, III. ; St. Loin, -M i. Atunwi isnh-Jiuoe SPAN OF MULES FOR SALE. The nncrlber wlhe to aell a P'.-an f Malei.wetihln about 2StX) lo.. well matched In color and alae. "even yea.-, old. They can be aecn ob my larm, lour flitlee aouth o. MJ-U DAXIF.L OILLE.V HOT TAIL end for our New Catalogue. It con-narwluaMelnior-maUon for wry weraea coBtetn wlatlDf toe purs ehaaeof nyrticl forperaonaii.iaiiiuf . . . ta war Atklreaa. Orurlmu Grange f PP'T FOUNDRY MACHINE SHOP. J. REXZ, Proprietor. DOES ALL KINDS OF REPAIRING Promptly and a.jJctorlly. Makes Casting, Brace Works, Rail ings, Shutters. Stairs, And lt Brnihe of Wrought Sheet Iron Work; L. abort, : prepared to do ail alnd ot Iroo Work oa ahoit cotioa. Shop, Foot of La SSalle Street, 5 ear Cllnola Birer Brtdile OTl'AWA, IL.1.I.10IS. J is nary irt