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OTTAWA FREE TRADER; SATURDAY, APRIL 6, 1878.
8 From Marselles. 31arsku.m:s, April 4, 1NT7. .So there is to be an iron liridgo across the canal on Main Mivut. 1 low will taxes lie next vcar with a $1,00') bridge, besides general county taxes for the same purpose ? O. lv. ivisim S. of T. put on the boanN, in Military Hall, on Friday evening. "Ten Nights in a liar Kooiu." The cast of characters for amateurs is said to be good. The election on Tuesday in Rutland gave .1. X. Chappie, supervisor; V. A. Morey, town clerk; X. Fleming, assessor; X. Ward, col lee tor: 1). K. Iiutteriield. II. C'onnav. .1. S. Eddy. constables. It was decide I at the town meeting of Rut land to borrow- money to build a bridge across Fox river at Wcilron. Five bridge the whoh country, now's the time. The "Social Club," whose clo-ing dance oc i ni-rcd last Fridav cveniiiLT, have maintained their entertainments all winter, proving that tlu voiinir neonle can enjoy themselves with out a mixture of that which pollutes. Tin average cost to each member was about sjw.Hl for the w inter. The otlicers of (). K. Division S. ofl. for I lie ensuing quarter are: 1!. T. Alberty, V l; Mary Lysle, AY". A.; Ceo. Johnson, U.S.: Fannie liutterlield, Asst. H. S.; Kohl. Urtiee, F. S. ; J,. M. Eddy, Treas.; Cmldie I.ightfoot, Chap. X. "Will you allow space in your valuable paper for a communication from Marseilles in regard to an "Item" published in the Marseilles ! iiUltii this place? I would send my commu nication to our own paper did I not care as to the number that should read it ; but as I wish my article read by the citizens of the place, I wish it published in the paper that has the largest circulation in the neighborhood, and I think such paper is yours, therefore I hope you w ill be so kind as to allow me space. Well, Mr. Editor, we have a IF (is that correct V) paper in our tow n called the Mar seilles llfrtibl. (I guess I am tellingyou some news,) and many of our people think its tli)i . (ion la not good although it iit " ptitntt in irimhy They judge from w hat it produces in the form of Locals and Editorials. Perhaps the child was hurt " hurniii" and w ill devcl ope into something like "manhood" after a while. At lea.-t we hope so. One of the Edi tors of this little piipir started, as he says, one evening not long ago for an "fi'w" and he found one in our worthy policeman I5ond,and then he wrote it up taking special pains to cast insinuations upon a supper given by the ladies of the M. E. church, heading it "Authority Abused." 1 am not going to say anything about the ungentleinanliness of mixing in his item of spite the ladies of the church that are Irying to do some good in our town, as I know all reasonable persons will look upon the matter ninth as the man did upon tint ani mal w ith long ears and thick skull that kicked him. Jlut our worthy policeman we think should be represented so that the people may know how the matter stands. On the night of the supper some "irnt" drew acorn planter upon the sidewalk in front of the building w here the entertainment was held. Our policeman went out to see about it. He saw some boys jump olf from the sidewalk ami run around the building, mid hhioh'I thriii imr iimnltrd nlitur. Mr. Rond stepped back and soon the injuml mrtif came up and stopped to examine the corn planter. Mr I Solid said, "If you have had fun enough with that planter I will draw it oil' the walk." Xowcomcsa ijcntlouiin from Ottawa ami commences to use language such as 1 know you would not nlbv to appeal in your paper. Our policeman told him to stop talking in (hat way upon the street; other words followed ami the mutter ended by said yentkman being walk ed down the street with a hand at the collar of his coat, and told to go homo or he would be locked up. When we consider these circum stances and the fact that said intuitu! nlitr wits seen by a parly inside the room where the entertainment was held throwing boys' hats through a broken glass into the room, and also the fact that said iitxiiltul editor had been seen at. public gatherings pulling the hair of small lioys, and heard commenting upon ladies eominjj into the room, we do not see but w hat Mr. ISonil did his duty, and our only cause fur regret is that our insulted cditordid not reiccve just w hat his actions deserved. I write this in behalf of justice. Jl stkt.. Ophir and Vicinity. April I, 1Ts. As Mr. Sylvester McLaughlin was walking along the Vermillion creek the other day near Homer, he found a very nice specimen of genu ine copper. The piece is four inches long and two w ide, and weighs -I lt.s. ami IS oz. lie thinks it was washed here during some high wad r and came from Lake Superior. The snow , (ast week caused some of our grangers to Iook blue, especially thoscthat had their oals sown. Miss .Jennie tiodfrey, of Ottawa, is the guest of Miss .Jessie (iilmoiir, of I)immick. Mr. Ernest Krause has gone to Wyoming for the liciicfit of his health. Mr. E k, our young Homer merchant, (at the old sto-e of (icrlachs) will be glad to set all his old and new friends, lie has the in terior nil elv painted and a new and select stin k of good. Homer sports a night lamp made of blue clas. It looks tony. Dr. Divi i, a new physician and surgeon, has oDciied an iiiriee in Homer at the residence of Henry Miller, lie comes well recommended A mtv nice time m had ly theyoiingfolks that met at lb nrv Reed's one night last week llam-iii j was ke pt up until a late hour and some ol the bovs went home with the girls in the morning. The next party will lie at tin rideui-- of Mr. Milton SalyanN. Mis IS irbar.i D ish (better known as Aunt Barbara! i- very ill and small hopes are enter laim-d of l.er in -iivcry as she i over 10 years old. IIomirv.il! have u aching every Sunday this Minimi r. A good thing for the sinners there, ! which tiny Lave not a lew Mr. John Wiley My the snow flake potatoes ar! the Ik -t in the market. As he is a gentle. man of vc:, ty it may he wcw titry tliein this aumuii Some ot ocr !. grangers arc already busy plowing for i-oni. 3Ir. Joh i M Xally has pun-hasM a new ktallt -i;itcr of I'ortrr'sV Co.. Ottaua. Misjt l.iric Kwart has gone to Kansas tu live. A Is" Mr. Win. IVters. MaMr.J..m McXally nill run the bom hheller tJjis ea.n. ThMiook jwmhtiui ine jrojrgicsou mui tormeni- '. .tien. Ij4 vour tiR Obituary, Many warm personal friends in Ottawa will be pained to learn, us we do, by nil announcement in the New Vurk CA'ivA Juui-mtt, that Mrs. J. 1.. Steele, wife of the former rector of Christ Church, Oltuwa, of that name, died two weeks ngo at her liome III Kev West, Morula. Mrs. Steele was a lauy non-U lor many anualile and lovable, trait? nit- i,i. .. . .. I 1 I I . for remarkable buoyancy ami vivacity of cliai ac terul ways cheerful, ojien hearted, kindly and licMcvolent to an eminent degree. II -rloss must he a sad one to the parish at Key West. J. eM is Kendle, the well known shoemaker on Main street, died in this city on Thursday hist. He was buried from the Methodist Church (of which he had been a consistent member fur nianv years) on yesterday til'tcrnoon. lie was an old citizen of Ottawa, and many of our people, will miss his pleasant face as si-en for so many years in the little shop on Main st. He leaves a num erous family, his only legacy lu-ing an unsullied name and the honesty and industrious, habits to which he had trained them. A Terrible Kiiroiiiiter. Ottawa has among her nominal residents a number of traveling men. They are a line set of men; and though formerly inclined to "travel with the bovs," have generally taken Woodford's advice, aiol put on the ribbon. The other day a report reached the city of a terrible encounter one of them had w ild a foot. pad, in a laid town in Southern Illinois. He was wulking into town to his hotel from a surburban store, in the du.-k of the evening, w hen he noticed a man stop on the curl) stone near which he had to pass and as sume a suspicious attitude. Our friend was alone i nil not a soul was to he seen in the neighbor hood. It is needless to say he felt " shaky," but not daring to stop, he proceeded on his w ay, with Muttering heart. Having passed the villain, he noticed he. was followed. He stopped; bis pur suer stopped; whereupon he warned the villain to move oil'. .Not a move. Turning again to go on his way, he thought he saw the man move to ward him again. Mirhearanee ceasing to lie a virtue, he drew his revolver and tired two shots at the customer. The man fell; running toward him as he fell our hero discovered that he had oh horror! shot and killed an old hitching post set ' against the w alk. He says he can't understand it. Was it the relics of old times? as saith the pot I, ton may break, you mav shatter the vase if vou w ill Hut the scent of the "budge" will hang round it still." His friends have taken up a subscription and sent him two more ribbons of three-ply material. Variously, It was not :i circus performance, however much it looked like it. The La Salle J'ivsh has been April folded. Some "williau" sent them a marriage notice which they published. And next week the "groom" stumbled in on them and "wanted to know w ho put that in?" There wasa little discussion when it was discovered that the fellow had not been married, and now the 1'rtm is mad. A very sad accident occurred in a coal shaft at Slreator on Wednesday. Two sons of, I. Ander son, joiin and Andrew, aged l.iand V.) vears. while at work in their father's shaft, were cuught by a larifi! block ol coal falling from the roof. burying both beneath and badly crushing them. Hot li are llvlngatthis writing, but neither can long survive their injuries. liiiam iul report for the eilvof Melidota. nub- lislied last week, bliows u balance on hand of over ftiuo, and taxes due from various sources. hms the resources to be over $,7iHI with a to tal indebtedness of only ft, -too. Practically the city is out of debt, w ith a small balance in hand and a good round. sum coining May 1st from li ipior licenses and other purposes. The Tnion Coal Co., of Peru, made a reduction of 1(1 cents per ton in (he price of getting out coal, which w as agreed to., the reduced wages beginning April 1st. A serious accident occurred on Monday after. noon last at Wood's corner w hile the demolition was going on. The men were taking dow n the roof. This had been cut into sections, ami the intention was to pull them down separately. At this time Hie entire structure was held toirtthcr by lint one tie at the south end; which, while three men Were under the roof, some smarty struck with a crowbar, and loosened. The build ing went to pieces like a Hash and the roof fell with a crash; burying two men underneath and seriously injuring a third. The third was Mr. Win. ltrown. He was not buried by the debris, but was struck on the head by a timber, which in dieted a bad wound; he also had a leg broken jusl above the knee. He was immediately put under medical care, and is doing as well as can lie expected. 1 he other two men csenoed m some miraculous wav; both were pinned down by t lie roof, so that they could not stir till the roof was lifted; but neither was injured more than slightly. Schneider had a stilt back and a peeled arm; and Lynch a peeled linger. A pair of saloon keepers in the north end of town have gotten themselves Into trouble. It seems that on Thursday a ipuirto of boys yet in teens, among them a young Jewish watch ped- dlcr who had a watch and some luoiiev, who hailed from Chicago, struck the town and the saloons of Michael I.oouey and .Jcll'rey O'Douo. hue. The boys say that ill I.ooney's they drank and squandered their money at pool some four or live dollars, which Mr. I.oouey since lias re turned. In O'Doiiohue's, thev sav, they got drunk, and while in that state were fooled out of their money and th watch, by whom we know- not. 1 he understanding yesterday w as that both saloon keepers are to lie orosccutcd for scllinir liquor to minors, under the Iteddick liquor law . The (iood Templars, on Thursday evening last, invuded the home of Mr. Alfred itcll, in the way of giving him a genuine old fashioned snr prise. It succeeded admirably, mid all spent an enjovuble evening. A blessing to humanity is what lr. Hull's Cough Syrup can well lie termed, for it has done limn goml aln ndy than anv other medicine. mi UliulraHlii Mitrkrt. Oitw , A'r'.l ."1, l'sT,. Traili' has k en dull all ci k. Tin- ru.uN ;uv still in a Hri'ti-lii'it minlitii.ii ami no liaulim; nf Ktain Inns Imtii duiu'. I'rii-rs an- ii'.miit tin--.mic. We nUuti- aa follow a:' ri.01 a ami rrrn. rlmir. Mt, Atu whltr wtnirr wln-at. imf 1 . I l"iir. Kaiis.4. irlliC wlit ut. ri tall ii .. M'Mir. K iiisw r ! w iim r. im H.'iir. Miiiiiisi.ia sprniK whrat, retail - !', 1 '.rii M, l. r uil. r im Hraii. in. 1 l i .'I I.KI AM aKI.H hint. pru.K. . ,,u Corn, tr. V ;, a 1 urn. ii, l!,,, m 1 . al. tit, rimer ,,si llllllKIl) txv. '.kl 1 1 .: . i! 1 r.a. i. a a. i. 4 i .1 a. Ii ; 1 1 I Irt I I'l . I j C il Jl i 1 .-, i; -. v.- IS . Is k M I 11- .1- 1 1. ;.m i ' v, : t ii i 10 im 1 - i 1 1 10. 1 i ; iaj ' s hi ", ..li I in ii :.n- 1 id ii i Ml at I isl :.v. j M. 11 .1 i k 111 a 11; I id. is :l Ml M 4 : -m 8.22 11.00 iT II. Ji III II ! raoni 1 . I'i4afim. hush llullrr. r I--, , ii,, 1 iirklffsi. lrsssl. V hlrk.-l.a. In.-. d., Hay. lou 1,1 t Tim I. rattlr on foot. V im t . Kat I a!i . 11 w, uilii, I'll , flMssp. m p Llr IlKsr ! . . Ialiaiw, im.ks a an a a Li.' fjanl. 1 allow, in i,i Mi'.a , f I allow, h-mr. f A l,, HhHs.. a. a lh-ar.,n. Hint Hni. I'T Na t. t ' ' llitl'w ahh im niorr ar, - s...i' 1 -, fi al tauHbinta prass ggATARRHi A PHYSICIANS TESTIMONY. 5ft Vo-m o Phvetnfan 19 YftflPS 3 Sufferer. Tried Regular Ramedieo. Tried Paleni Medicines. Pcrma-' ncntiy cured by QANFORD'S RADICAL CURE, MESSKS. WEEKS & POTTE!!, Sin! I hurf prM Used meil'eiin! mrilurty voars. a;.'! 1"" , ' " lultirrr mxsclf I t twelve yeirs with ' c.-in U ttanal imssiife. f mm Hint Urynx. I (.' ui''l vr- tllU.X la Oi l iirllrrm vinlifil lllA' f. . V , r'l, CV".. ri'lieT,ii!;t.l :;n:illy I '.. iHir.ilu.-i.! ; i r , ' itiora'tlii:: tl.:iivt ailnfititlilsrH i" ' i i' 3 I trlit !tvt !ivth i (Iht tr.;:l I - . !. :"j.i:r. I folloivr 1 tin! illrectl.e: t'J tlio IcUc. . :i '! '"i'I'l' insnyliuvi lnnl n piTiimnei.t cnr. V.,ur I!Al"i AI. CTKi-l l r.TMinty n ha-ijiy coniMnsti.ri tr iw euro Of tl.ut lays. un;iL-aij:iiil and lUutfcroua of illscJi. Yuur, ropiTtf':'l)'. 1. W. UIiAV.M. V: r : I), v,-. Onv ; S.m., I'livulcia-.s n:il !)rtw?.t. Muacntlnv, Ijw. .Wm-sT::.-!:, : :v, MarcJi -T, 1 Tie v: 'ii" of t'lls r. ino'l ol' luoao not bo ovor'.oolCttJ la SYMPATHETIC DISEASES A(T-'st!or of th 7'-o, Er, T'.iront. na 1 bror.- clilul'l 'i v, hica l.i laany cases Hce.oui;.tur tntti cisii of I ..lurrii. Tli?i lnlbimeil Had dlsc-ABi'd cndUl''11 of t!m mui-iii j tni-iubriiais H tho cuso of all thi- troulili's; mel nat'.l tlia rvMtvm him ln trouirlit proiiiTlynnil r t! Inni-nocn tun lCAHK Al.i i nr., jicriccl trccduu truui tiiuui coauut bu rcjoouably cx nirti'd, It 1 bnt three txm Btpi-o BANFOP.D'S RADICAL ruitK i place t liefure tie) eiilillr, lia'. In that l."rt tune It (in fnuad in wiy 1'runi M.ilno loCallfurala, and. U every hero uckie.wiitil.cd l ilru(,'i;:sls and physi-, clar.S to tio tho Host niiei rsnfiil prcpariitloii for tliu thciroinrh treat ne-ut of Calurra ever ciiDipoUiideil. 1 lis fart will !" ilei'!:ie 1 of morn Impiirlaie o wln'n It U ciupled wild tliu (.tiftie'ijl licit within live yearn over, W) a;:len!i;t n niedie lor Cat irrti ha n ln-en placed en Bale, uid to-d;iv, wltli o:ni or two excptluin, their, naiaea ennnot l recalled by tho bet--.l n:ied driiR- rrlst. A'lt.rri';:.s i:eiv uncre-d fa f-vrdp. ; a I'l-wnales,1 nit, mik's t!i rrrrei'y ii"P' s aniloii'it-'d peellic im.'iII'mI prnp' -rttes, it li atsola'.cly cerlila to fali lato latrlted o'.auunty. Eacli rark.i;'!' ( SASFoflD'.". RADICAL CfP.i: e tains Or. buM'or.r IinproyU I nlilla "i ule, v I'.li I'lll ilirectloiiH I t l:u- ! i.i u:l tasen. l'rlcc 1.U). Bold by all wholesale and retail I'ruiralats aad ib'alers tlmvin'i otit th I. lilted Stat' and Caimdas. WEKKS i: Pol-. TKK, Ucuci al Areata aud Wuolc.alo Dru0-'iju, Boston,1 Mix. I IT"" VOLTAIC PLASTER IS SIMPLY WONDERFUL K:srsToy, Mrvv., April si. ih;;. I eons'. !.-r i . i i.:-.s' Vi.taio Pi.asi lie tic lux plaster I ever iw, rn.t n:.i recoiua-oadltiK tin t-i t j all. ('. ycMoRCow. . Im ., ( Ai:. 1 1 1, n;;. i It haS'loa'i n .. :.i ,re food A, tlmtl all oilier i n ili-i:.i . He low k'oes ?o sclio.il, lor the llrst t::ae la llin-c ve:trs. I.U17. k Ja.u Dvkkisld. Lji.M , III... Apr.l 4, IST7. )' I llkolliot!" I it w. 11. Iliey mi; the l"..-t pUstoi. no ilimtit, l.i tlio. wori 1. S. I.. MeOlLL. .'.i ! ' l-i'v::, M ., i M-reli j Arci ;t r. ill .. i-,r tli ! jr-io l il riv. l rr-n.i tlie twoCoL i.iss ri.Asri:t.s t mo noma llaio at,'o. V.'. C. llixu:. GOLLinS' VOLT110 PLASTER for local pain, )ameni. soreness, wunknuas, ii'iaaV neaii, und h:ll titunalioa of the luurs, liver, Mdaeyti, upleen, bor -I", Ida lili-r, heart, nad lauseles, Is equal to aa nra.y i f ilJitor ua i ucrea . f plauia and tlinln. Irtc. lin -entH. Si.-ld Iit all Wholesalo and Retail Dniifjflsts thr o:jtli nnt the l ulled Slates und C'auadus.uad by VU.f.Us Si I'D I I llli, Proprietors, Cmtoa. Mas. pfrial notices. DR. J. B. WALKER, Oculist and Aurist Who haa practiced In this city Mure ISM, nay lie roUsulled AT T1IK CI.IFTON IIOTKI., OTTAWA. On the rlrnt Sntiiriliiy f eaeli uiotiili. iui IoIIomm: H.ii u nJay 'on y i . 1 - . H Sainrday Kflv 1 N7H Siiinriluy Mai'i'. 'si, 1 M Siitnriliiy April i, ls7H Hitttinlii.v May 4, 1H7M HnUir.Iay ' LIHTH At all other tlinrM liw this Is the willy plare In- visits pro fennlouail)) lie may be found In I'liieaKo. OFFICE AND DISPENSARY 85 WasMiiploii St., N, W. cor. of Dearborn. mi. 11. 01. in, lf Ctiii Rn. (formi'rly nf thin plro,l will vlult Ottawa, at rilltnii Hutrl. Ihi- llrsi Tii'sxility iff mi ll iiimitli. fur trratlnis nil iIix-iimk nf tint Kyc ami r r. Hnrirli'iillir r i.tlirrnw. iMii ruliiiiiH for enmrm t. urtlflrliil pupil, inviTii.1 IliS. cliwun' if tin rar ilui't. rusH -, Htrahnhyiuiiia. tuni tin ri'inoMil or luinnrH ami imirblcl irrowtlmor vrry ili'n:riithin Artltlrlal fyin ami rar ilnnim liiwrti-il wltliinit pulu nr n'tnus kt Him. liraniilur ryi- llils. IAi" mt fminrnt ilwuw 11 tht U'i (. rrfi.'ii4y mnl iifrmanfnUy rurnl. Kriin Mi limn fXiM-rii'iH'i1 In trrallntf illwams nf the Eyi ami Kar ho fn In cnnlt'li'iit in ntatlntc iIihi hr ruu rurr . iirly fvcrv i-ai'. rhrnnlr lihi-asi-n!so tn-i.iisl fntisuiutloii Ircf. iM-gfH (lin k nf Artltlrlal Kyra in llio Wtsi. IhTi inlu r lulli. IH7-J. -tr A CARD. Tk all lio aro mitfrrlnK frnm tlw ernm ami Itulim-ri'llona of youth, iiitvihih wpakm iw. rarly tlm-ay, lima nf inanluHHl. Ac, I will arinl a rrrlpr tliat will run- yon. M:KK(K l IIAKIiK. Thin itri'at n'lnisly win dlscinm-il liy a iiumiIuiI' ary In Snutli Anirru-a. N'lni asi-lf allllalslfnvlt, to tin Kiev. JoNrril T. I mian, MiilinH ,'iWf Ili U", v y,trk lily. iii.uo-ly-iip ottawa rosT ornc i:. Closing and Arrival of Mails. r. a. 1. iv K. 11. i'I vsks Kiuiicrn 111.nl 1'J I" r a WrsU-rn mail I J' r NlKlil mail " I' 1 11 g. K. H. iniithi-rn mall .. i HV.1! w NuriliiTii mall . I'1 r 1 Knrtn Kliliti , Tui-Hili.TInin ft s.nMay !.H I- w I'rairir l i'litrr. Wiiliirwla) A Salunlay i.n f ARI VKs. 1 Ml H M 11 4o i a V.S l w 11 III A r.' 'i li iJ a IMtlrf nprlls at 1 III A M, allil t'lnain at I' M Ihi-mnlH-r ii, J. U. I'AMKKi N, I1 M. Chicago, Bock Ialand and Pacific Failroad. nn ami aftrr !. '.'I, KI, traini lrm iHtuwa a follows, I.: (lillMi KksT. Iny I'Miriss ami Mall l.Vlil r Nitflil I pr,Mi id . I'rru ,i t'oiainiHUlioii 5 M a a Ai-i-oiiiinMlatiiti hrritftit. No. I.I 9 M 1 a I.iiIMi W Ksl . I:it Kiprmsainl Ma;T I Mri Niirlit Kxpri sn 111 a a 1'rrn An'i'liiinoiltli-ll s 57 l a Ai-cm!iiii'm1:i.ii r rnht. No. .3npa A roitiiiiixlaiinn KrviKtil. No. li 4 a a Train No. IT, will rarry pmornnvrn tx-twivn .lohct anil Hu-n-au. No. I'l lit'twii-n Utlnwa alul l:a-l. s:in.t. No. Ill ta' taivn Koek Islaml aailjoiiri, N. N from 1 Sail,- . ntta wa, w hni awiiK'ni arv pniii'il with tlrki-ts. ami not nth- ITIW. A. M. .aiTH. (ion'l 'a. AlT' llt. A. kiaan 1.. lirn'l Stipt. A. M At vau AVt i.n.snpt. Isv ii. is;.". IV M. 1I.VI.I AiTfut anituwa. Cbicago, Burlington and Quincy R. H. TIMK TAIII.K. From Aurora. ' Nj. bj So. I! 1 m COLLINS Toward Aurora. 1 j No. M I a. ab r a. it 1 in. n , t ) 110 s :J a.Ti .s j-v ! ji UII I . I " "-I !. I .Mi 4. in ' 4.:l T.." 4.M , m: :.: :i.v ! x 3.4; j 6.45 3.33 ! .. j.iii ; n.i .i i i a. i i ir a. i v 5 in r 7 a a It Is) a ; 4i) a a STATIONS. . . . .1 "lliriwo. . . . Aurora. . . . . , t-st A-irora. , ... I itf 1 .. orkiiV ... ... Kox ...Mint-mo. ... .. llllllltftoll... . .. Mi-Tiilan -iT.-na Vnslism... . I Sam. .i , I: I 1 I' In 4 r T A V A . .Iiranil Uitlr. . ...jstrrwtur r.a. a a. ani o. Kr llit iln until ,i. w Kmuht-trima "iii"i Sii. hi I n-wfil ilnic norili n. Krrint pi)im nortu l w. hiti Una K. ni-ra: W.-i.tu rasa.-tur, r Ai-nt. n Hu i-rs. REMOVED SHAU Has this week re moved his Gro cery House One Door West Of his Old Stand, where in the future he will be found. He is too busy now to say much or get up a revised price list; but he invites all to see him. He is better able now to serve customers than ever before, & will sell for cash as in times past at the LOWEST Prices.--Big stock now in, and more coming! Don't forget SHAW When you want Bargains in GROCERIES. Chicago, Burlington & Quincy R. R. IS I II F. DIRECT HOUTE HKTWKKX TIIK EAST AND WEST, Iliiunintr Through Cars CHICAGO; FIMiM Council Bluffs, CliNNlXTINli WITH TIIK Union Pacific Railroad FOIS AU. POINTS IX NEBRASKA, COLORADO. WYOMING, MONTANA, UTAH, NEVADA. ARIZONA. IDAHO CALIFORNIA. THIlOTJGrLI CARS TO Kansas City, Topeia, Atchison and St. Joseph fhrouih Cart to Q J STQ N nd al1 po'"" on MISSOURI, KANSAS & TEXAS, AM' Houston & Tezai Central Bailroadt. IT IS5 TIIK DIRECT ROUTE Kill iM TIIK WEST to the EAST AS I) TIIK EAST to the WEST. All Information 011 li) aii: il.tt t" janl ilaiut raU-aof fire will be chivrfvilly itlv l. V. II 1 1 IIICOI'K, icn. W.sti-rn I'aaa. Aji't. t'HIi'Atil). DOLLAR-AND-A-HALF FOR TEN CENTS. HMi1irti4 Miwlral IjiVrry. lit PuWUhliia. 1 full Mit. Isstl and tniNit lMinular iiuuic. fir lili-rtits. AY, 11 a J I'oal'ir .SiinLf. Ixinrt and ln$lrtivnutl M iifiriia, yinm. ft'-. l . For aali liy all Ut-wssli-alisl. r.-t.-uri 'jrt-nbs, to be at-nt In aiiilitmu loalam-. if unlrnd fruui tin' piiuiiatit'ra. 1 .1. M. STTr.M:T CO.. unvlU Ta I hintnut St.. riillaili-lphia. a r.T TIIK IIKST.- Marrow'. Plrtorial Katni;r lilli'r anil 1 I I n. i lois-.lia .,t Mil. Ural Know lnl-isnitaiu. M 1'iils.r- tant fi aiiirrs. m-ar!) l.si.i 1 Hunt ration., ami ninny tl in- plm by i;ui-for lairr ami oini-r arlli. .iiiiuir mohmvo inmi tntf. ami hi-AT iMtnt-l. ti-ii at liw ami pr:i-- sml tor nrvu- Lar. ami ti-rina tu aKi'UU. ' . I.. V A l;l. t . uuv4 lniliauaaili., I nil 1-1I II lll'VC Vrn Holilrr. and lnrll Iwa. ot IIaSL.!' X lhi B0i and moat r.icsable ualllT.at (Hnun A llairuiau a. wawluf Court llcuaw. It KK. All JOII Plll.-sTI.M HI very OriH-r!pUo, on. earir. orrrcuy. ann si n it prti-ra ii a a call, alio w w 111 r.a-avir iu iw jo QUt .atlaracUuo. vnrtt of I onrt Hna. 1 1 1 OTO C. 1 1 A r 1 1 n"K,v9D.r S. : man Hm"1'- ul t'ouit Huox.Ottawa, IU. B.i.JUick II. 1174. THE ORIGINAL & ONLY GENUINE " Vibrator" Threshers, WITH IMIMIOVKU MOUNTED HORSE POWERS, Ami Steam Tlrrt.h " ll'iliirx, NICHOLSSHEPARD & GO., itATTi.K ciu:i:k, inrri. 3 Dlnf rhliNH -!ruiiis-iiviiiir, Time in -', .in i At -ii m S..vm; 1 uivmIk'I it ill tdisi il-y itl c-i!'i.ii u. II-voint all HiValrvlor KmM Walk. IVr .t L.t tiL,i:, an I Mvintf lrm from Y.iWt.a. QliAl Kninrrn m III not Submit to tlio I im III-11 in , .tri 11-1- ii i 1 till Jt I ,n- inn 1 mruiiik iltiln 1. y tliu Ullr.-r iiiiti i.iiH-. wltvii um-e itiiloil tliu Ulllert m t. r!iK KXTiiti: Tlirrtlilin Fxprnnr Mini i l II . 1 . t i 11I1" ) Il-cvolvinff Shrifta Timldo the Srpn- r. r.imi.-it iim 1K1111 iittMU'ta, rnk.i. iu-li, nil li tliiio wmilttijC tint m m(ii WMfllmr loinitii- kIImIik. Pt-rd-ftlv I- l.tf-lf t l i nil Kin U mill r tliilltluua of 1 Hiii, Wot ur Di ) , I.Miitf or htiui t, lleMileaur UuuoJ. N OT only Vnnily Suprrlor for Vhontt (lHt, i-t IfV, l(i. Mtl'l Ilk.' ItlMllld. I. lit I III' OM.V fU.- r-iiiul 1 tirtli.-r tu Kint. riinotiiy, Mllkt, Clovi-r, a in I I ik 1 n-i lit. Ufi(inifK mi " At(4t-liUKiits " r ruouilJiuij " M AKVELOrs for Simplicity of Part, l.-ltlj llxH (Kltll Olli' llrtlt li- ll-ll.il lll'lU an. I ln.i. . AUki-ii no Liiu-rliiai 01 Mtt'r nn-. F OVlt KtzrN of Si'parnioi'H limits rniiit- lll 4 M il III - I-1 I will 1 1' ! KUi', .ili U.i (it J II-n iI Mi'iiulfil H-'i . 1'ow ei to ni.iUii. TF.AI Powi-f ThrcBhi'i-n a Hpwlnlty. V f.rf-lll lllll .'Jhlli.Wl 11I4UV V1H. Miy lul S.W.41I1 I'liHtl. 0 I'll L'nrlvnli'il Sipnin ThrrHhrr En- IIC4, HIIU VrtllHII.lfl IllllirilVt'Illflllla HIKl lllHliQ. UVM KfKliirut, far U)unU any ullirr iimka ur kiuil. TbaroUDh Voi-kmnnNhIp, F.lrnnnt Klnixii, l't 1 ii 1 1..11 of I'ArlH, -..iii)iltnrit nf uipiniii, rla., uur "ViBHATuH-'TUrnklivr uultlusnj lucuiuprHlilti. (Ill PnrtlralnrM, rail on oar Dralrm mi lit u tut illuslr.it'! K. ucuiitr, wliicli vm tuMl lr.. ( UsS. II. IllU MI, Atturui')'. SlIKKMAN I.KI.A.MI, Miliary. ABSTRACTS a at n LAND TITLES Uuvlna tlio nnl M't of Abstruut IliHikaut IjliIh anil T.-tt In I a s.iil'' i'ouiit. wi- an- irrmn-il to furnish rinnpli te ul I tvliaiili- Abntrurti, on short nulirv, nl rvuautiuble ratfii. BHVS11 & LKLAM), .Ian. li l-CS.-tf )kt NulliiliiR. OTTAWA. 11.1. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS. Ve are si-lllnjr the best Toola in Hie market As Low as can be Bought Anywhere in the county. THE CANTON SULKY PLOW, i kiiowleil)ti'il by all t Hie las-t. ami w I.v ifk , ,rla: toproveit. AIni. aTull llnenf HreakliiK and Old (iround I'lowa all wari'biiieil. PLANTERS. ST A I!, made at IVnriii; CIIAMI'IOV. inaib- by needle & Kelly at Troy. Ohio. We woujil i-all esirial allenuoii 10 'J!ir'-the bi-st tbiiiit in the market. II AWOI1TH cHKi'K ,i L-i'c r.. tl,.. st.,r uml ( -hiuiiiiion 1 'In liters. Also a full line of lieam-rs. Mowers, Hakes. Harrows, Corn Miellers. Farm Seales. 1 Adania' and Kairbanks. 1 Ax., ic. only anenta for the Genuine Siiier Sewing Machines In Ottawa. A full supply of Needles anil Aixai nmi uis on hand. 14-pi.-.iriii ;i Kimi-mlty. (JE0. W. REE I) & CO., Old Post Office Block, OTTAWA, ILLS. March no. lSTS.-tf BOABOSC, MAKTIN KEIM Ilnvlnir rentted bis Hoarding House, t-ear the FoV Hiver lirUb.'i'. lloW oners encein in it , io....- " .... Farmers and the public. Imoil Looms for lialKcra always ready. Menls Scrvel at all Hours, and Free Stabling lor Teams. Al the bar will lie found Hie l t of liqiinrs of all kinds and choice brands or i-luara. i riees 10 i v,, . , . Ottawa, March :. 1878,-lyr MAIHTN KKIM. cocipee By Hystljk'is Hambletoniaii. Dam, by Long Island Blackhawk. This ce'.ebratt il stallion will stand at Iw -Ii:lit Ijiwrenee-s. NKAR riJAlItlE CENTKK I'. O., Iji Salle rounty. 111., for twoseasiins. ns fiillowa: F1M. ilur Ilia the months of April. May and .l ime 1-.S. Se ond. JurlUK Oilober, Novenibrruml iNcemlKTlsfTl Terms. 30, yable t tluie of aiTvlre. Mari-s aervi-il ilurlnit said llrst seii-on. and not proven with foal may be n-turiiisldiirlnir the next Mason, but not after wards. Mares served In said si-rond season, icxceplinit mares returned from previous season 1 and not proven with foal, mav la- rrtiirnml In the uexl suecis-dina: season in 1N.H but not afterwards; anil in ease the horse shall not sunil at said farm, nor wlthlii n awmable ilistani-e for return of sucli inan-a in sin li first season uf l. Hw "i' numey paid for such si rvlve In said last season lu s.s. to mar. not proven with foal, (except for si-rvlces M such inan-s returned friiiii previi.ua i.-asoi!.l will la- rrfun.l.sl. Hut It will la-under-ii.ssl that mi nioni'T will Is- refunded 111 any ease where nian-s have lai n served ilurinK two s,-asin. i-r w lien oppor tunity tia been ifivcii for pr.-s. ntlnir tin 111 Tor service dur ime two seasons. , . . . ... Arranit. ini iits for pa.turase ami rare of mare, from a dis tance may be made with Mr. Uiwretiee. but as tu this mat ter I have mi concern or res.iiihiluy. liurltiR Julr, Austusl and s-epteintii r is oMi-rrR w ill ta used for trotllna; pur-isi. M. MOUl.N , JR. llelvidere, March il, lsT-l -iim $2500! A YEAR. ' ACTIVE, ENERGETIC AGENTS WANTED ON Ol li CombinationProspectus Till i 150 DISTINCT PUBLICATIONS AND 100 Style, of Biblea and Te.tamenu. li. pres.-i,t,hu Aariciiltural. ni.srraphl.-al. Illstorlea;. ISelig loiis au.l MiM-ellaueoua Wors .f uuiversal lun-rest. A SOVKL FKAri-KK IN CANVASING! S.;-a maile from thi. Pnra'-'' h,,' " '",k" fail Uc..,iWlnsiN.iii.-thlnaT l suit ever) taste and tancy. e are also utferin trvn Indmenient. un our ri.EMIDl FAMILY HUtLKS. FM.LISH and tlFHMW. PliilTF.sTWT and CATHO I U- war.le.l si-ri..rit over all other, for their Invala aiilr ALU and Sui-rb Bindin.. at the t i r.iii-1 I'snieii. ii.il l-;ssiuiin. Istl. Alsn General and Loral AGENTS WANTED (IN Ol II GREAT WAR BOOK, The nvt r.mpreb.-nfcve. Tvllablr and aivurate HlorT of tin- i.n-at 1 ,,iit(s,t t-iwe,-n tb' Kuraiaii and the Turk, wjih it. :iih: l-:i.nr:iit l--.iiitrnviiiipsMiiid 1 , Ui' mml li..). .Wirabfce and useful h,li published. Ula ral Tern-... 1'artnular r rer. Addma, JOHN E. POTTER & CO., Publishers, (fvb.'i l"lil.i,lelli. Krai Estate anH Irttsuraiur. r'I.H' i C T VIK At J5 ri-nta ht actv. 1 ijAir liiVil I Jo Momy to l-Oiiiositi-illti bunk In 1 it taw 11. to In- paitl r nnly nmu im il,-i-ils ihsui-'I by tin- stiitt- of 'I'i' ii- an1 ib-livi-rrd ln-ri-. fan si-II laml i-itli-i r un line nf prnia-ti-i IMi 'tl.- I!. !!. or within a to ,Mi tnilrs from a rallriunl now In i.n r;it!on. Tin-si' luiuls uri-oi'i-i'fl Irnt iiulitv. m il loi iiti il. Iit!i pi-rfi-i-t. thus mrordiiiu' tin-bi-st oiiortutilty for lnitinrnt III lands In thr I'nilcd s-tali-s . K11II p.irtli-ulnrs. wit'i umiiis. iani-ra. Ac. fns-. iiiarJ ,1. 11. IIAUUIS. Ii-xus l.ind Aut-nt. IAlr M I UJ I T 1 I Ami otlii-r Ijinds IW yi VI, H' 111 tor s:llc ut lowi.-t irli-i-a. ,l.(i. HAKKIM, (iim-iul l.ihd A" iit. la-til A(:(,ii)KXTsr,,.h Ai-i-iili-tit liimir- nnri' by I In' nay. liionin or i-.ir. .1. o. ll.;i;l.s (i nrrul ln.sui .nu t- Ai'-iit. ui-l.i LIFK !af 111 rtaln. Kltlo rlrhi-i. Ibtto i-ln-aii ( ) ifi- Insiiraiiri iiroirt-tM of tin- '-ri iti--t itu" illi'l ithiT r.uii-y siv!.N. ITotirt vmir family by Insuring in tun old Mutual nf N,.w York, tin- laru'i st. tin- nlilrst, tin' aan-al and tin- la-st. ,1. u. HAlililS, Lift; lusuraiiii- Aui-lit. ui'tJi m' V W'l'Wi Z V'lV t'rmii '" "1 Kurotai, jIiAi 1 1 1 l Ij 1 H Ix,wi-t rati-a. Kivf iv uuii-ri iil inn-. ri'Iiivi Apnt. iiinl by J. U. HAKUls, stt-aiiibUi (X'ljl r t r.fwthMi" 'i,', lifiipvo tiuit tii Ul4li l IVJ If "(bm1 tinii-s" an Iiiiik liaiki-d for an- iii'tiially roinlni!, not pi-rhuia at rallnavl a-i il, but still loKuliiitulnuit. This Ih-Iii tin- ciisi-, lummy will ba t-aslcr, work iiiori- pli-niirnl, and AVuJ A'fnf Will Aitrnnee. Nnw Is llu- tiim- to buy, as bannuna hi i lly iimi i-oiiutry prnpi-rty ran In- had nf .1. (. HAlfltlM, Ki-al KtaU- Ilrokur. iniT, III 1 I I The Ijiud nf Oranun (Jroyi-a, ami IjaIVI I. V, all that, (iwiil land cuii low la-bud for fl.'iTi pir ai-ri'. 4n inn-s for only USD. Maps and cln-uhira fns-. J. O. HAlililS, Florida Land Agent. la t'.T Kl i C T Y1K A' Hiittiim rrliva;- x i?ii 1 J A a a Mil my from J ta f pi-r arri-. tiooil; wi-ll liH'ati-d. Iui).' tliui! It you w ant It. (all lor inapt, Ur, ,1. (1. H AlililS, Ijvnd Airnt for M. li. T. II. li. Cu, M. Ii. K. S. & O. 11. li. Co., und 1.. L. & li. Ii. Ii. Co. Iaiiik tiuic. l lii 'ip li. li. fan-. Maw, i-lri-ulara ami infor mation free. J. (. HAlililS. ARi-nt for V. I. 11. Ii. Co. FARMS TO RENT ,c.'.nn2 tli. J. (). HAlililS, Ti-xas IiiiiniKrution AKi-nt. ocUJO RAILROAD TICKETS liuti-a. .1. O. HAlililS. Aifilll M. K. & T. li. It. I'll. urU XTt21Tll A V'U Itntish trold pays American li O U IViV il v.Ii. losses. Soiiu- of Hie very la st fun-lRii ioinpanii'8 repreaunKil by J. O. HAlililS, Insu-rani-c- AKi'iit. octJO IVCITl? IVY'I.1 HO Millions nf Pollara, Am I i kl I) lii V a.1 j 1 1, criran luoney ttris-nlwckiior coiu ri-pri'si-nted by .1. ( . HAlililS, Insurance Am m. ni'WI TWO SMALL COTTAGES J?,, Sipk. at fojiMu-'.i-ciisy teriiis. J. O. HAIiHIS, Keal Kstatc llioki-r. umril Dwellings to Rent. In all parts nf Ua- city, at very low IlKures, by March -iWw J. O. HAIiliK ' 13anU0. .tATH)NA1j CT'L'V hank OF OTTAWA. (Formerly City Hank uf Knmcs, Allen Si Cu.) I. . II. KAMK-S ... K. C. AIJ.KN" II. C. .lOliDAX.. President. Vice President. Cashier. Exchange on Chicago and New York, And all the principal cities east und w est, HOlGIIT AXO SOLD. Kxcli.mni-wn KiiKlaiul, Ireland, ScHtlaml ami all im portant pHiuta iu Cstiliuental Kurope, drawn in sums tu uit puri'liaser.s. IT. S. Ki-veiiu- Stamps of all di'tuiiiiiuatiuiis con stantly on haml and for sale. lTiiitiil Slates HoikIh, Iical Sccurrtied, Gold and Silver bought and sold. HaiikiiiK hours from 9 a. m. to ( i M. Jan. VI. Is7s. 1J. C. JOIiDAN', Canliier. piHST XATHlNAIi HAMi OF OTTAWA. C'iiiiital, - - - - S 1 OO.OOO. M. II. SWIFT ... W. H1S1INKI.I... JOHN F. NABll . President. Vice Pri-siiient. Cashier. OIUKCTOHS: Milton II. Swift, W. liiisluiell, li. 1. l.ymaii, Tyon-nzo T1and, E. V. Gr!s, lohii F. -Siw-li. Giles W. Jackson I.Wf'Imiiirf on ('hii'iusi. New York, and all the principal clues of the I nitcd Stales, laaurht and sold. l-.x.-hiiiiui- on I'.iistlniiil. lieianu, ftcouuiid ami iuul iiental Kurope ilra n in sums to suit. Uaitiul t-uvien DuiuIh, Gold and Silver boupht and sol-l. . , , . . Our facilities are such Mint we ran offer Inducement tu customers, and we shall use our endeavors to nlvc autijd'ao tloii to those e utrustiui; us with their business. Hanking hoars from 'J a. m. to 4 p. M. 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EXPRESSION, Its Anatomv and Pliilosotihv. With imtiieriiu. Note, aud upward nf seventy llustri tions. t.. HOW TO PAINT. Di'siuncd fur Trudi'smen. Mis-hanlcs. Merchants, Farmers, and the Profi-ssionai Painter. Plain and Fancy I'aintluR. GHdlnit. Graiuiiis-. VariiisblnK, Puhshinif. alsoniiuinn. Pas-r Hainnnit an I (irnaineutiiin. Foruiulaafor uiivln Paiut in Oil or aior I'.y Garih.v tn. 11.01'. THE CAKIUAliE PAINTER'S I '.LCSTRATED MANt'AL. ATn-atlseontheArt, Si-ienee and Myati ry of roach. Carriavr and Car PainllnK. Ine udunt Gild n;. llnitmnu. staimua-. Varnlshinif. p..lishin. ltlerii.. ScMlllmr and ornamenting. II .1". .....n.ivj.A,. ANN I' A LSI OK PIIKENOLOUY ANDPinSICM.. NoM Y for is. V. '7. ' '. -7U. Tl. 'f.. bu.ea In one volume. rontHinliia- over .vM) ' "J"' many Portraits and llbsiraphlcsof distltiKuisheil r'"'. with art.i-l.-a. n " ll-w t.. Mud) I ''".VtfiAi-ijL ,,r m-ss- "liln-Uence." stainiiierlntf ' 1 he Marrisw m I ouslus." 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" 'Jrd"' for .me or f.-r a.l the als.ve. and adUn s. li W KLIa Kl publish. t. So. 737 Uroa.iwa. New ork. Avnt Folt SALK BY 0SMAX & HAPKMAN, tiTTAW.V. IIXIXOIS. VTK. IiETTKIl. A.fl v HKAli priul-d la trat-elaat . te. bf UbMAN Uart- . . uj TtAoaa omci Books wiiiGh areBooKs AULAI.I ll Ir. ail I l-s A nt at ' i--iim (