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OTTAWA FREE TRADER; SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1878.
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Iii Ii were very line, Tl.,- .-,.:!. t t ion hieluiteil i.i.:- Hu'invs iiiul land scaiiM', ly Fel. Francois, Mui'.i.r, of Munich; WvI.Ya n, 1'i-of. AV:i,'!ht, Scliwi-ly;liofer, Vienna; Pivf. Vi'illiaias. Li.nd.in; Hellini, Florence; Du bois Purls; Onione and J.tiisi Fanti, Home; and tw.j'iili '.cs by M:iM -!ini. The sun of the roller firm, however, was the ".fesns Chri.-tus" the hnitl of (.'hri-: or, as it 1 sometiuies ealled, "Tin-- Handkerchief of the Holy Veroniea," a ropy liv Marlii'. of Paris, of the eeleliratcd, rare and' uui.Ue . "i :i t i n ir of that title by Murillo. The li'jr' iid of the iieture is that Just before the cnn;:l.ion Our Lord took n handkerchief and j.ressed it to his face, whllu wearili the crown of . l' II tho.-:-. The I'letun.' of his tarn was iiuprcMuu iiiio-i the handkerchief, which was jireserveU ny the i.'iius. This iiaintin' Is supposed to be a com- of the handkerchief. One peculiar feature of the picture is the eves appearim? both closed and open. The open appcarulice is visible only on a close scrutiny, when the pupils of the eyes mi.iii to be tfazimr heavenward. It attracted much i.ttelition. Mr. AVm. Nash made a unique and beautiful cvhihit in the v.-.iv of Sorrento earvinirs, which attracted much attention. There were several other exhibitors whose names wc were unable to learn; and we very much rrirret that many of the exhibitors of both pictures and wax and other work failed to place their names upon their pieces. It is proper to remark that by far the larger part of th ; paintings and other works of art were not entered for premiums, !ein; merely loans to make up a creditable display. The premiums awarded In ( kiss O, Lot 1.7, tine art , were as follows: ..IS'f'l n Km ''i"l'iv -Mr I- .1 .s nvgi-. 1'iiiiali I a ml -Mm Tiiiniinim Ni. sl.ti rs of Mercy ill. I mil...: oil i.ii.:.iik-.Mi II I -., w:i l.t. Mm Tlin liinii.' -..ii .1. I' ,iin-y n!! pnliittrit Ml. M .1 r.;;.i. Mill . r. nil i.iiliiiiiii(-.Mni 'I'Iiiiiiikij:i l.t, Metll.' W.mhI '! I' i tl i p i! II 1 1 1 u' -.. ;iiim hi :ilni I' i'"'t ji.tiiiiih'. ni'-MI.H Kn.ie." A'.ii'H tsi, Mii-h M .1 I. Iillu. 11. II'V. ' ..''.: i t. 'I! pMluiinjH M: . T)n'!ni.nii lit, Metll. n.. .i; m. i"llll 'l: ttlll' l i r Mr 'IM I, I.e. .Vn.nl nil -(. W Hunt'. Ilir.l. nt.-r e ! ..-.M.. Vim 1 :. . '..r:i'iii in in. i !"-.Mr D'Kjil-v. Kluuer in w:i'i-i . iil.il' Mrs 'I'i.. a.;..r:i. ('niir.iit In er.ijuii sunn'. i 'en', mi InnHKi.'-.V.'llle I'-.tiuu . I': ,:, " I.1 it.iLTi'.i ji' V s Whn . i '. i'-.t'trill Ml Ill'l 11 tllk Kllllle. Pull r.iii 111 :iIit ...lull.- M r T: n :i i j .....' . e''iii'i! wnrk Ineehed in wnl.'i' Saiiir. t - . ..(! vi.-H-s VS Wh.-'Me:-. I : i- II .1 r.. wii.L'.--Nellie I'hIii:i. nun' ie li.iv i.i.'l.'r yeiir uel Win Smith, iiw! H nil ' i 1 1 ' I iIii.i..l'i'IiiIi-'MrsTI'i'iiijunn. i' ell i:ll!ilil.iZ-Nl .1 ( llllil'. :.i: i hi ,, wi,.,.! iiml hi:ir. !.,-!! P Clark. i;,v ;'nl iI.imi -r. ill iiiUli.'-E'.! :h.S l.y Siule IIiihIiii.'IIi ii'i i uii 'irl'-ri''!. ri.'iniuiiis !n Lot t'.s, feather and hail' woik, were a.-, follows: l'itiii'...-limi -iii'.'t im-JIn !: W Mevi! V, i,'t.- .i :i w,.i - Mr. Mev. i-lv. Mrs.Icii.le Itiekwith 2il. I h i wax w..rii -.MuKuie M.unire to, Lizzie lili'iia i. W..rl. .,, Ii-iillier. -ileiinle Wil.i y. II i.r ,i k -Mii M-'Ver.- M. M .- A Ward t. .fc':'H 'II II Ill-ill Wlr.llil -l.l..ie l.l.-llll. s:.ii-i'. eil iiml re.me uiirk-K.nily Uiu 1st, Kllzil Pur- i" i i In wlilte wa- Mrs Mi-vri. - -.Me in t'ol.iri-il 'ii suiiie. Jl''.:ij;! In ..i- ,mie. I'liei iiml IhtiI.'s. wax- Llzz'.i-lili'iin l.-t. Mrs Meyers 'Jit. Ilnir ..i'k, liii 'N. .s.iiii.; us olioi.,'. I!:ur j.--elry Mn Nlevent. II in iii-he,, ri,i tVi'. rein:' , Mi i Van Loiio it. i liai in i-irita-Kvniliiilifw-H)' U:. w e.n- ijin Mr Wi'jei'-. I I KM JA II I HITS AT 'l IIK AUT IIAI.I.. Iii this, drpurtmi'iit were tlie rxhihibi of V. Wheeliu'. plioUwiphi:'. Cash k Co., wall paper and pictures, an.! Oiinan it Kaptunaii, papei iiiinjriiis and w;ill decorations. Mr, Vh .'iiT's r.xhihit was lan;e and choice, in !iq various sizes of fnrt, 1, ri,itr, cabinet aud boudoir; also India ink work. The photo's wen- very beautiful, show in? an elegance; of linisii that we have not yet seen excelled. Tin jrencral character of the display pointed out an artUt of the first chiss. The Stereoscopic vie, vs of Peer Park, etc., were very choice, the views heiiii chosen with a perfect rye for the picturesque ami form a complete set. The two w-J.ls of the house were divided in the middle by a chimney -like projection. These projections and muuc four feet on n.hcr hide were alloted t ) Cash A: Co., and Ostium & Ilapeinan, tne former oa the east, ami the hit ter on the west, for displays. Cash it ('). cov ered their walls with a very pretty initU-rii of wall pner ornamented with the usual frieze and d ido, givini; a tasty bark-ground for Hie pictures and oinaineaU The mantle was or aameiitrd wi'.li Mr. Fulness's pinels in oil, and some cliromos and photographs, while cit her side held large oil paintings, brackets and unique ornaments. Messrs. Oiiuan iV. H.ipctnan ornamented their sjmcc with a beautiful design of decora Jon prepared by them "Specialy for the place. The main of the side w alls was a brown, the figure being s.p'iare, a combination of four smaller bqmircs representing, by the bird, the butterfly, the sheaf of heat and the snow bird, :hc lour sea. .ns. This was surmounted by '.he ebony pict'ire uionldiuif, a heavy frieze in L'old w itli lig! brow n tl.i'.vers.and a top inould iii'j of ebony, ilat. ltelow wan a sage green dado with iijuht and lower borders to match. The "mantle-' 'a'vt a cabinet organ from Siiuoii liros'.; .vas a srurlet llotk, enclosed on the sides by a -trip of gold, and double lines of ebony luoul'liug, aud ornamented by a friezt- if ?old representing a poud in which the rlsh sw :.! and on which a trie of children sailed in their boat tiii'oUirh the reeds and lilies, ex , riaplilying ts title "Among tho Lilies." A'tove the goid side strips were the ornameiiL oi .old and red on a black ground. The ebony lE'iulding wa u! usiii in this. The design inamot l-autiful one. and illustrated tin modern fa.-h i nable style of house decoration. Ti t design Las never bitn put up by them here, but U only a sample of the work they are doing in this city aud county. The other ornaments of th display were three lovely ht'-e! p!ut.;. very larp, two hanging on the side w: 1. -, the otL r re-tirig on au canel ; in the ecu trr hung a ehrou.o "Tie IJabe." On tlie in stminent werf iht "Mudi-uts" in Parian mar .Lie, 'Hip Vm WiiikJc" a IJogers; and on , tit left a Qu"u .Vuii: Corn r cabinet with f.m cy g'ods. The whole taade a very creditable ui.p:ay. I IUA1-I!SI UAV, 1 i.p dy Wii a inrui and beautiful as the f ievious o!j..i. and the attendance wa large though not gnat v Thursday, om ViO'ior C,ft l.ins present on the ground" ' XX tro o'chxk fioL-Ued the trotting rac kkt cnfiuLkuuJ on Tliurday eveaing. It .-..j 1,v. "f'l.n-i ' ' I...,1vf!n1ilmnitli" nun. i.. ' i .,.mwl ..... I 'Iin t,.i Ilillv" tliir.l ' i j ... .-.."' . ... .. '.. j Tliu Ii:i' Uiill pirni's ui' Thiirtl;iy having each a game, .he contest wii ytreii niorninir, ,.. . ..J c,,.. . Idles in the afternoon, whir!, i.piin resulted iii a victorv lor Mrealor: score !llo 11. 1 JUS jave Streator !ir. inonev, and .lolirt w-eond. ! I'nder llie head .pee !, iheri: were .several i show.., a riiiiuiiiL: iiml .'i trolling r.irr, etc. The runninu: was a hall- mile dah lor La Sidle couidv lioisi's. !n litis race live hor-.es were entered, one, i'.-iy I 'an, uiider prote.-.t.' This I n-.t ii i-.H-v ni-i ttv ran- arid wmwonbv II. j i Springsteiul's Lex. making tlie half mile in oT 'i seconds. Then rami: the trotting race, 2 -AO class, the race of the day, one highly exciting and on which much inonev would have changed hands, but for the fact that at the foruth heat the judges, owing to the excited condition of the betters, declared all bets oil'. For the race five horses were entered. Holmes' Dolly took the liist two heals, after which Kmly's Surrul George began to show his metal and took the three following heals; Dolly taking second money and Geo. A. Young's Little Mnllic third. Time:l:(HJ, 3:01, U:(M). There was also a walking race of half u mile for horses of geiieralpurpo.se; won by Lady Allen in A2. .Still another race followed a foot race of half a mile lietwecn Dill Darker ami Jesse Doolittlcj won by Darker by about 8 tt-et. "While- the races were in progress the Tur ners in another part of the grounds were going through their exercises, three societies com peting. Peru won tho first prize; Mendota, second; Ottawa, third. The tlrst prize for In dian club exercises was awarded to OlU) Gon- dolf, of Ottawa. , I'ltKMUMS AWAUDKI). Lot 11, roadster sweepstakes, to Geo. A. Young's ( irceu's Dashaw lx'st stallion ; to same, Rose of Leland, best mare. Lot IS, gentlemnn'.s drivers, best pair mares or geldings, Dwight Lawrence, first; W. YV. Davidson, second, llest single gelding Thos. Ready, Fred. Reynolds', first; Dwight Law- reiice, Lady Goldsmith, second. Equestrianism ; first 'o Ida Strnwu for driv- uig; nrst to Ida loombs lor ruling. Maiiy Snow. This was one of tho features of the day. The show was held in the speak ers' stand in front of the seals. A larjru num ber of line babies were on hand, of which the lollowim; drew prizes; Sou of Mrs. L Clark, biggest boy; sou of Mr... J. R. Cooley, second. Diggest girl. Kthel Fuller, first ; Mary Krolo wcr, second. Handsomest boy, AV'alter Lom nion, lirst; Kinniett O'Neil, second. I land - somcst girl, Tillie Jvnttsch, first; Edith Den hard, second. Pair twins, Alice mid Alta Elliot, first. Notk. The private premiums and a few others, awarded late, are postponed till next week, the secretary s hooka not all being in in time to get them for this issue. Corrections, it any, must be made during next week. J't-l'SIIUIll J. II. Kellogg, of the Mendota Importer, put In an appearance on Tuesday last, taking In the Fair and the County A-yluia. Mr. John English, of Keuoskfl. brother-in-law of Mr. Cluis. Kussell, has been visiting his rela tions here this week. Mr. E., niter his visit here, will return to college at Niagara Fulls. Wcnopc to see him here again. Our friend ... I). Hammond Is again among us, shaking hands with his many friends. Me tells us he Is getting some mart of those excellent letters of his ready fur tlitf Tk.ii:U. ' i Hon. (t. W. Armstrong came to the city to meet his old friend lieu. Shields. James Smith, of Chatsworth, Is In town. Miss Sarah Miles, of St. Luke's Hospital, Chi- tiigo, is at M. II. Sw ift's. Chas. A. Catiin returned from his trip to Lake Superior just in time to drill on Thursday. C'apl. Coulter und 'stair' of tho La Salle (iinirds were present at tho drill at the Fair (ironnds. They should have brought their com- puny if they thought ther'd have a "walk away.". Hon. T. C. Hayes was In towH this week, but didn't set the canal allre. 8. M. Knox, the Princeton Land Agent, whs around this week looking after his Interests here. Seth S. Willis returned from tlio cast on last Sunday. Ho reports nothing particularly new in his lino that is not danced In Ottawa. We expect, however, that his baud will give us a new repertoire of music this winter, Mr. Den- hard having brough a great deal of lovely dnnru music with him from Germany. Tho young peo ple are quite o the ( vii to heur It. A. Frank Is expected home to.morrow, Mr. Jco. tiroshens who lias ben spending the past two mouths in Europe, sailed for New York on the 4th Inst. The City Council. The regular meeting of the Council was held on last Tuesday evening, of which the otllclul minutes will be found elsewhere. Tho meeting was very uninteresting till the bills had been paid, when Mr. Hobnn from the Street and Alley Committee proceeded to sit down on Shuler, of the Fire Committee, and leisurely pile tlie rest of tlie council on aid Shuler's prostrate form. Mr. Hobnn complained that notwithstanding tho fact that the Council had instructed his committee to use both of tho rity teams, Shuler persisted in keep iug one of them In the house. He wanted to know who was "running these, trains," Shuler or the Council. Mull thought both trams should be worked. but should be so regulated In their movements that when one i at gravel pit, ., tlie other o.iiild be In the heart of town, which the Street uiM-rvlst.r said could be managed. The Mayor said lie hud taken the time at the ln-t tin hay stack bctwerri the stroke of the 111 antl the time tho team was at the engine iut minutes. In minutes the Hook am I -wider ennipaiiv had gone, in n-ganl to llic time within whlrh the engine must tie at Are a minute or two made comparatively little diffel dice for Jut t murh time Is rounUinetl In muk ing kteam and it cannot matter at which end it Is made. So there i little danger if the teams rc away froin the Louc when an alarm is given, v perialiy since Mr. K.gun will loan his team if niMt'ssarv. Murohv aid the Council had ordered the team t.i t nseil und r o the rc ww Ho net r tIty for any r..t...r .."f.n .n the subject. To which the mi .r.. v f oiiiicll arnted. Tl... rv.c-ril liini ordered tlie lias Committee ... .i. ...ti..n .r Murtthvi to rreot street lanii on Col urn. us tr- t at the Kork Island railroad crolns much nccuea ramp. I- ... 1 - Pliulpri. from Huunee CoiimiUtfo, Btuteil nun nt tin: late mile, tin: roinmiUiu had bid In the Clishman lot 'purchased (?) by the city hi.t year) at f'J'KPO; and it was the opinion of tin- Attorney that if there w ere no judgments unsatisfied in the I-. S. Courts, the title would be trood, and Mr. Ihill, who h; s examined the records, declares there are lioiie. The only question is whether Mrs. (..'. will release her lower ri'lit. The com-j miltee wanted instruction. On motion of Hull I they were empowered to pay fur the h.: if the, title could In: made perferl. Our I'ndine boy. : it the lirrineii's touinemi "t ' J' at (.'hiea''o aeiiiiitteil themselves with ere. lit not- " withstiindi race they i Ii"' th. V eaiitured no prizes. In th"'ir , ,,,,, an against Aurora s "llollv, a com-: puny who had been "lilow in" quite strongly about "elemdng out"' the "little devils from Ot tawa" for our company are all small men. lint the "little diviN" walked away from them ca.ily, making the dMaiicc in I :t(.'V- The. work was: The company of not more thiin I'Sinen to run :".rn vards to the hvdraiit; attach and lav one line of hose :iui) feet from hydrant: break coitiiliugs and attach pipe ready for water. F.arh cart or car riage to carry not less than :;mfcet of hose reeled to cart or rnrrini;p in one eniiliioioiis line, all couplings made. Every man began running with his company; the plugmau attached at the hy drant, the pipe being carried m the hand or on thu cart. Our boys, however, lost the beiir.it of of their good w.uk by not having pipe coupling complete. This was the fault of the pipe and not 'he men. Now " Fribbs'' sat upon the court house fence, turtle fashion, on last Monday morning, on the eool side of the house. Perhaps, after the man ner of the laborers of the vineyard story, he was waiting for u job, we don't know; he may be a "homy handed sou" of toil who is waiting for the grand divide of the commune, or he may be Keurnuy in disguise. At any rate, ns ho waited, along came li young man named Frrriter whom " Fribbs" accosted in language not employed by the catechism, to which Ferriter replied in suit able words. The argument having waxed hot, " Fribbs" planted "one" under Ferriter's nose. This somewhat aroused the dormant electricity in Ferriter, and for tho next half miiuito he seemed to use l: pairs of lists all aimuil at Fribbs' frontispiece. Fribbs was too astonished to re monstrate, and Mr F. continued his pile driving till Jerry lliordan collared both, l.efortj tho jus tice, Ferriter w as discharged and Fribbs lined for ornamented drunk and disorderly. The sprinkling of the streets and the road to the Fair (Ironnds this week, though still far from perfect, was more successful than ever before, mid deprived the trip of ninny of its horrors. In deed, most of the time It was quite comfortable. For this benefit, the recipients must thank Secre- ary Ilotl'maii and the citizens living on the streets pprihkicd. Kemember the matinee at the Opera House this afternoon. The beautiful drama the "Octo roon" or Life in Louisiana, will be played and the adniission is only 'Jo cents to all parts of the housj:. Children, only 10 cents. Among the refugees from Memphis now in tho ity. are Mr. O'Donnell mid family. Mr. O'D. Is a wholesale grocer and left his business In the hands of two faithful eierks who urged him to leavo with hisfamily, they promising to keep the house open. Oy yesterday he received a tele- 'riim stating that both had died from the fever. In the long 11ts on bankrupts given in the Chicago papers of hist week we find a few Otta wa people : .Mark DutIV, liabilities, li.iKsi ; Smith it Kising, liabilities, 7,1I7; assets, ac- ounts, J,70o; Smith's liabilities, fl.-flHl; assets, lands, W.fitHi; Rising's liabilities, $?:!!, no as. sets. Sumner F. Watson, liabilities :i,K;i ; no assets. On the whole, Ottawa, and I.aSallc coun ty also, escaped in n creditable manner. . The lightning seems to have struck the greenback ticket badly, however. Tlie County. Tho greenbarkers' meetings on Monday at Streator were not over successful.' In tho after noon Frank M. Hull addressed about 100 of the elect, while in the evening when (Jen. Hates told how to "savo the country" only some 1)00 or 400 oiild be induced to take in the solution of this august mystery, and even these did not seem to nthuse in due proportion to the magnitude of the subject. In Mendota on last Thursday evening a musi cal and dramatic entertainment was given for the benefit of the yellow fever sutlerurs. The Streator papers are Indignant at tho seduc. tlve ways of a "gentlemanly sew ing machine re pairer," w ho, 'tis said, departed from that town hearing away with him a blooming and blushing maiden of unmentionablu summers, but who for got to take hct three little children with her or make provision for them. Verily the ways of the Streator sewing machinist were peculiar not counting the female. During lost week Mendota came within an ace of losing her brewery, valued nt 4t,HK), by fire. Hard work saved it and the loss was only about 1 7.1. It Is harrowing to think of the condition .if so good a republican town without a brewery. Fawcctt Plumb, of Streator, had a case of mule one day last week. Said beast was tied to the rear of the buggy but soon took a notion to make the "tail waggle tho dog" ami did It effectually, shaking Mr. P. around that part of the country mite numerously. Talking about mules, It's cu rious, lint a mule always reminds us or those four or five "Indcpendeii's" during the last sen atorial squabble at Sprlnglield. However, Mr. Plumb is credited with saying that the only way to love u mule is to (c)lub him. Our friend have seen many novelties this week in the way of handsome goods, but they have not seen all unless they have ealled at Lynch's and inspected those clrgant new r.vi.L ooods, which just came In tills week. They are really superb and make a complete stock unexcelled in the citv. He sure and see them. The city has painted her street lamps turkey- red. If this is to help one to Had the post of a dark night, the idea Is a good one, since they arc decidedly more useful than ornamental, notwith standing the presence of a red ribbon club. The greatest local assessment for purposes of taxation In Illinois Is in Cook rouuty, f PiNo-Vv "hi. The next largest is In La Salle county, f "Jt's t'.lti.trsj; after whit h comes St. Clair, ti,4'itVV.7. These are the onlv counties having an assess ment oi over 'jo minions. So disgusted was a farmer who had taken a two horse load of corn to Dallas, Tex., on learning that tlie buyers would pay m more than thirty-five cents that he paid' forty five cents to drive his wagon to the middle of the toll bridge, and there solrinnly emptied the grain lino ine river. A CARD. To all ! iiffermit from tlir rm.n mil Indw-frlloiif of youth, nrnont w.uk w, riy d.raj, hat of manhood. c. I lll tnil a ;trlpr tl.it lll rurr yon. Klil KOV IIAlil-K. llil Bvl is-iwK (iiMsrtrn-.! I a nill"n- rv In IXHIlh All.rrlra. w..l felilfaanl . iUrM eii. kuvl!M)-p AIM FORD' RADICAL CURE For t k : -:.v r - : ,- .. ' I : ii..- . .'...- i .... . :.uy. ..- .1... . . .f ii -iIhw .i.-ri'li- .; I,, .,. ...u .... . . , ! l.i. ii --...-I Li;i! l;l i i. Hi ..- I -.: - t.'iM . I! p.,..- if il.lli!.. .ii: every 1 . i . r i : i - ! nil. .null .linn, a."l i.i ' !.i' nM'.'ct d ill -1 iVoai ft' n-r kmiivi rent ... in .:. yliul'C V.-..:- It l.ud Ill 1 1C1 u IV Item inn ii.i'i H ' .' in' I ' I'ni :.'... I wl.erever knu.vii Inui iMi.-uiiii. tio stiiu.lnr.1 ren.eJy I l'-,i- tin l Il-entei-iil nf (.'iit:irr!i. I lie lii-niil-ieteis Ii i.' i l.etrn w iite.1 upon hy prntlenicn il mil uiiiiil r.-i.iil.itH'ii I win. !i:n e I'l'.-ll ei.re.l liy tlu.-i r.-'ie-i -.' ienl wlio Imve. t er.i-.-i leratilo rxppii.i nJ pciTonal ti-.nitilu, sprmnl Hid 1,'e.el in w throuiilioui. mo ti.-ci'it m which iney iniivu. When von hear wealthy ,"'ntl''iii:iii er lnti'lli i'nc.i ainl rellheiiieiit say. " I ovu my III" to Sunf.ir l'4 liii.lieal e'uru,"..u limy f. el ii:ire'.i Hint It is hii urtlclo or i;ril rntuB, and wortl.y to bu ciaasoa i:ioun ttio stauiturd iiicillcul fpoolflcii of tho .lay. 'PHK 1 11 rr.iiii Its ilatly mo fa to me in : s, OF- WKLLS, KaHOO Si Co. rn'i''i'.'. ti..s:.i IT hat enrfd mu nf el twelve yours of unliiterrnpted itllcriii. ..... i.KO. W. HOtljIiroN, V ALTnAH, Mass. JKOLI.OWKD tho (lir.'Cti.in to tlio letter auJ arahap ny to :n- I huvo h:nl it iernnui. i.t cum. -I. W. liiiAV, M. V., McscaTiss, Iow a. IllAVK rcconimcn.li'cl It to fpilto n nbcr of my lilt ii.i, nil i( wlioui havo exprcn-xnl to me thtilr luifd eBtiiuste rf Ita Titlue and gmut ell'n-U with them. WM. BOWE.V, a 1'INK bT. ST. Louis. FTF.H using two liottles I find myself permanentty cin-t'il. T Intvo alnce ru.-oiiiiueiiiliid ovwr one titiittlre.l buttles with tlie L'rentei.t unrcess. WM. W. AHMSTUOXO. 1j9 II AllllISU.N AVK., rtOSTOX. rE have aold Saxvoiiu's KaPIOai, Citrr fur nasrljr W one yeitr ami t-mi any ciuidlilly flint wo never sold a nimflar preparstlnn that kiiva such universal satisfaction. W e have yut to luara of the first com plaint. 8. V. r..:.DWIN' CO., Wabuisuto.n, Ixd. 'I'HK cnrecir -i" ' In mv citae hy SASPonD'i Radical 1 Ccus wui.-u i ...aikable th.it it aevuiud to thoaa who had ailller.'.l without relief from any of tho usual remedies that It could not' bo true. I therefore made am.lavit to It hrforo 6.-th J. Thomai, Kwj., Justice ot the l'oare. Itnaton. OICOlCliK 1". DIS'SMOI'.E, Iti:uooi9T, Boston. I", eh pin tinire of P avpiio's Rapicai Ccrr contuins r. Smiloril's lun.ruvLiI liitiatiiiK Till'.-, mid full direc tions lor II mu In nil fiis.-a. Trico, fl.Oi). Kor tale by h wholesn n tin. retiifl uruiriflHta antl deiti' itlers through KKKS & POT- nt the liiilt.'il stules i n. I t -uiailiia. t.hhs Ac rei- TKH. (leneral Ajf-nia and Wholeaalu iiruKitlala, Boa. ton, Mintv VOLTAIC PLASTER An Etoctro-Galvanle Itnttery combined vrlth a U'tly Mctlirated Strvni;theninf; Piaster, foi iiir tho best Pliister for leiins and aches In no World of lUetllrine, A MORBIlTsWELIJlIO. Grntlemrn, l sent for o:m of COLLINS' VOLTAIC PLAfeTKICS, and It has l.een nf i-'ient lienelltlu reduo Inir a swellliiK In my li lt st le ti nt two physicians pro-Uoum-cil KulaiKcniLMit el the .spleen, aud one pro- uounced It an (ivurliiu Tumor. I.. A. KISTER. Cvntuiania, I.nd., Mar h THEY APJ: 3EST. lUiiXi mnn, V.nrhw you will Iiml J-J.33, and I wlah Ton would lend mi aie.'li'-r 'loc-:i ul your I'OLLIN'S' VOLTAIC 1'LASTKI;s. Vy tlio ulmvu ou will see that I cm do Hotiictliliiir to hi lji oliiera in rei Wity even if I ma nol uliiil t.) lie up mi l iiniiiii.l. i nr.! a num ber who have tried ynnr plasters l.u l irivcn out that ull plasters were no... I I n-imllii .tf. and now Join Willi mu that they urn the best tle-v h n e ever tried. I have not alone this winter better tiein I have before In thrcK years. Wished 1 could hav.i heard of your plas ter.) before. Yours, Are., LOI'.I-TT.V M. CliOSS. Ballstom Spa. N. Y., March Ti, 1S77. in-loe, art Cents. Be careful to call for COLLINS' VOLTAIC TLASTER lest yu ifut some worthless imitation. Sold by all W lioleaale and lietall UruirKlsfs throuifhout the t'nlted States and Canadna, and by WKEKrf i POTTKU, Pro prietors, lloston, . Mans. 'C--" OTTAWA l'OST OFFICK. Closing and Arrival of Malls. 11. I. P. 11. 11. I I.OsKs. AI'.niVKS. 1 .r i" m 12.. 15 V M Kaateru mail I'J.10 1" M Western mall 1' e M Mirht liniil 7."0 ! M It. A o. It. It. Southern mull 1". 15 A M il.1'2 P 11.111 A M lJ.im l'J.IO M N'orrlit-rn nnOI 3.1" e M Kiirm I.liiire. Tu.iuiv. Thurs. cl nt ilav a. 1.1 I" M i'raine l enter, Weiliiesiliiy .V Snt unlay i.13 v M titllee iiiihiis nt a m, huh Closes at .. iun. i. in;s. J. K. CAMKIiON'. I". M. Chicago, Bock Island and Pacific Bailroad. On nn.l after May 13. 1STS, 1 13 o'clock noon.) trains iuim. ('ittittvil as follows, vu. : OOIN.1 KANT. No. 2. Atlantic Kxpreca ami Mail... 13. : H M No. 4, Miilit hJtpresa anil .nan t.n- a ji No. , KxpriKi r.ntPM a 1. lMro ArisimniiHlation 6 So a si Vo. IS, Accommodation Krelitbl .10. h a So. -it, A.X'Oiulll.Riittion Freight 8.'30P ooiMi wKsr. So. I, Pacific Expreaaand Mull l.W p M No. S, Nluht Express and Mall I A M No. S. Expn. 11 .id A M No. 7, Peru AecoiiimiHlatlon I.f" 1' M No. 31, AeroiniiiiMlati..ii Kreluht 5.15 p No. SI, AccoiiiiniHlatioa EreiKlit 1.0. A X Train No. IB will curry iiassenifera lM'twit'tl La Salle anil Ottawa, and No. ii will carry Muuenitera from llrmwo t; Ottuwa. when pnivldisl with ticket, and not otherwlw. No. 21 will carry pasm-wrcm la-twei'n Juliet and Bureau, and No. l will carry iNiswiniera ttetwern Moketia and La ti.ille, only when inuwciiKera are provl.liil with ticket. A. .Tl . C T. . I II, I WW. H 1... A. Kihrai.u (ien'l Sttpt. A. Man vkl, Awt't Urn. Sitpt. May in, Ib.H. U. M. 11 ALU A(i'iu at Ottawa. Chicago, Burlington and Qnjncy B. B. TIME TA111K, From Aurora. B COLLINS' Toward Aurora. No. No. 64 in.iir a. am ,10.10 7.43 A. 40 S.: H.;a 5 25 H.JM 5.12 R.IO 4.. It 7.M 4.4H 7..W 4.40 7.4 4.a 7.3S 4.1 7.U 4 0 7.07 3.5 6.M 3.47 6.4 3.02 6.22 8.10 6.6U 2.50 a a. lv P a. lv STATIONS. No. as No. ill P.M. LV a a. lv 4.1 .1.1 R.'Jil A. at (I..M tl.l" 7.IU 7.l 7.: 7.W 7.M B. U7 8.32 H.17 7.r. .I5 .sn .: 9.4S .M 10. 01 10.12 10.23 lO.iCi 10.41 10.4 11.10 ii. a U.sn Chicago Aun.ni. West Aurora Osw.'H" Yorktllle Vox Mlltbrook Milllmrton ttlierldan S.t.mi Wed run Oaylou ....C, K. LAP C'ros'g.... OTTAWA llrand Hldfte hlroator V.10 P.M. AH A M. Alt No. M FniKht ipilnx ninth No. Krelcht vomit south No. K Kn-iBht Koiim nrtl No. 72 KniKhl Iiik north 5.10 p a 7. ill a a 10..W a a 7.40 a a II. V HITt'Hi'tH'K. Ccncral Western Piwucnuer Atfrnt. G. W'. II VtKN. Kr. and Pa. AKcnt at (Mtawa. uBi4'78 DK. J. B. WALKER. Oculist and Aurist Who ha practiced In tlii city since KH. mar be consulted AT THE CLIFTON HOTEL, OTTAWA, tin the Ort Saturday reach tnontk, a follow: Hi.tucJu.v 1 ' ' 8i.lur.lay . :, 1 HTM I;tur.liiy 4. Hittunlii.v tttlrn, lrn Kntursluy PCov. , lTH Si.tur.lny 7. 1"" Atallothertlmeilliilte only place be visit pro-f.-si.inll i lie may I. fmind in Cblcao. OFFICK AND DISPENSABT 85 WasMnston St., H. W. cor, of Dcarliorn. UK. II. OLIN. orrhlrapt, (formcr'y .f into placO will v1ll tHiama. at t l'n..t.lT.tel.iheilr.tTiH'-l..yorr.h nnth. for trrailiit nil .1 of I he Kye n.l mt. ..iniicllv r .m.erwu. 7.' ' r ' .i mini I. nvertisl d.chun- ,. the .-ar .IR.-I. en-, rye. .irasal.yk.ma. and tlie ""' J1"'' tumor. ..id n...rl.ld r-n.th...f ccr d.--ri.tl..n Artiroi! . and ear drum, (n-erled llfrt.t tn or prvvlon. or. lion. I.ranular eye li.u. i i - irv.. r,.iii.if iiu'i-. r.. w - . ... ... , Kr.-m hi loi'u exi n. n-e :n li.niiili 'f tye and Mr he f.si.r..i,ndent in .lin Ih.i rjr '' ''' il,nil,ir.limrtiwtm.'nl ..limitation frxf. rar t. k t Artim-uJ tye. ui lh Wo. lNseml-T .h. ls..-U Ilt'l'F T IVCAMtMIUIMUl fWr "o? pe..tk.n. ..... It- Pr-l- rt, I. -HI .'; ;; mat Ui.tmsa B....U ch .nw-nt mjw.rrd. Neto 2Hbtrtisfment. IJAVAKI) 'PAY I , K says: "1 take uri'iit plcis II are in ree.iuinieuiliii t.. pareiu the Academy oi Mr. s. I '. .slii.rtli.l-'.-." I lfu. f.'..en.i u.lo W.i. d, a pair. oi, -: "I eiie. iiul!) e..nsfsr in the use of mv name n refer ence." SW1TIIIN t . MliMlTl.llNiK. i llarvaid A. M. i Mo- ili.l. I'l'lllill. lliiyta Aeil.t.-lll.v. Piice TEN Cents. Newspaper 1 . iiaverusmg until Korriox, t 'oiil-lir.in.' :l .-oniiili-.e li-T of nil Oie tow 11" 'll the I'liiled .-!a'e.-. I In- I'.-rni.in.-s mid lie- )"inini"ii t iii.'iln, Imi inn :l Miii)'t. in it rei.li-r l s..u ,frl t.o. ..lililii; tn I lie liI cell. Us, 'ui'l in r .1 1 1 ltd- n in ii -s i.r tlie liev, s;..,in'i li;i. ili1 tin- 1'irj.T - -.1 i.-i'.ii . illnl !. i;i in u.U'il of tic: (tl i.-i-H liiilii. il. Al.-ii. a . .11: i l.ill. ui lie ..-.. :lpi -Vi w til.il lilt r. 'l'i ; 1 1 1 1 1 ii lli!l-M In lliU el! l it i... iviiirf !l-i ,ile-i ;ilie ill priip'irliell t-i il-rt'!- eliatV'l. Ai.-o.ttie iii .iilioll.- anil As'rli-ultural .Inlil'luK M I V . nil pietc lisi.i, ami maiiy uM.-snf rules, showini: the cot of ad-verti-im: in :irioiis n.-H.-pii'er, uinl niin-li oilu-r iiil'.inna tl.'iiulileha li.-i.imnT In mlveriisliiif would do well to p..s--. Adiln-sst.KO. I'. IWWKL1.4! !'.. Newspaper AiUer tisimc Puri-eau, In .spruce .streei. New York. I I.I.1NOIS si'ATK NOliMAI. INI VKIisli'Y. fur the spe 1 liai preparation of Tbu'Iikhs. The full eoiir-e of sillily re.HIires three I'm-. Ttuliull .ffrt to those who plclttc Ihetuselcei! to teach ill tlie .State; In oilier per y.-nr. llitih Srttool ie;orOi. nt. oilers the lies, a.h iiiitnirt-s for pre piii'inu for Cidlem' or fur business. Tunioii, tan per . :ir. tiruutiunr St'tiuul riitrtinetil furtiisln-s excellent faeilili.-s for obtaiiiluK u s"'il priuiie-il education. Tuition f Jj per year. '-On.i-.v 'tfjtirtittt'nt, a cliai-tiiih.; plm-e fur the "lit tle folks." Term iH-nins tseit. X lsT-i. Kor particular, ad dress K.lwlu C. Hew.-tt, rrcnlilcnl, Normal, Illinois. BHAYY Awar.lud hijhmt frlm at CentiMitinl Expoiliioa for Jliie (Ariciny qwilttie and fj-rt-'V-irn o.d .i-li'.i cA.ir oettf of twe4tenitg anl liar. -. .-. ...o Uost tobacco evr xnadf. As our lil-io a:r!a i - ---.uiiii I rl.is.iy ImKatrd on liifcrtor rel. p ' at J Viii' lt.nl Is on every iiiik, ,s,n i hy all rt. il -.. ir n I n.r Muiiule. ui.' IfVtt, w v. . , A. J.ionao.t A Co.. Mf-., l'etera'jurg, Va. IlUn 'cantiful Sir (iranil Pianos, price 81,000, rlAHUo'ilv SV2?.V. Mawnllleent I prtj-iit Pianos, price s 1 ,(X)0, only iU7."i. Kleiiant Pp- riulit Piano, price 0O. onlv ! 1 7T. Plan. tave, js 1 yi"i, T.S 5 1 ;t."i. New styles. Orifn mm :1i". OrKans. 1 stops, sA.TT.fiO Church flDPIU llp. price c:t!U.OO, only S 1 1 n. II Hh AN Klivsnt SitTTi Mirror Top infill only 1 (.-. Beautiful Piirlo (iritaii, price J.H-KI, onlv S.". Kriiuil Kxi.os. il, ni.K t reward. Head "Trap for the I'liwary" anil NewpKiT about cost of 1'iw.i am. i inn in. SKNT t'KV.K. lii-HM- address DAN1KL K. HKATTY, Walilni?ton, New .Jerscv. ."t Kitm-y Curilsi, Suowrtake, l):iliia-k, usHorted in 25 J styles, with mime, hv. Nassau Curd Co, Nassau, N Y. $7 A DAY to Airent cniivnsliiit for the Kireni.l.. ViHitor. Terms mid Out tit Free. Address P. t). VIl KKUV. Autiiishi. Mhiiic. St. Patriot's Academy, LASALLK, ILLINOIS. This Institution, under the direction oi the Itrothersof the Holy Cross, Is situated III a beautiful and retired part of the city. The buildlni: is lui's'e and well ventilate.!, allordiii); to the students- the must desirable a.lvautiip-s for study. Til' 1 'rciejcaiiiiiii' !' Si ii. lies. Kniliraces all the braiiche necessary for a tliorouish coni liier.inl .'nurse, together wilh rih.iiii'ie, Klia ullon, (ieruian and MatheuiatlcH. 1 ilom;lM In the coiuiiierctal course w ill he Liven to those students who shall have coniplet.-d the required studies and passed u satisfactory examination therein. Tlio 'IVrius. Per milium, for tuition, hoard mid wnliiiui. arc ..ii.i.iii, pay able semi-annually in ailvaucc. Kxtra cliai,'e kt iuiuter for tiennan, il.in. Tl- Si'liolnHti.' Vi'iir Ilciliii the firt Monday In Sepleinber. and closes alMuit the hist davs of .Iiiiiii. Pupil will be ailinilied at any time of the year. No deduction will he made for the withdrawal of students before the expiration of the term, exeeiii in the cM'nt of protracted sickness, liiyuieiits to lie made In ad vance at the hciriiiutiiL; of eaeh term. Kor further particulars address the Superior of the Insti tution, llllt). MAKl KI.LINl'S, f. S. C. Aiuiust 2lth-2v GEORGE LIPPERT'S MEAT MARKET, Main Street, Ottawa. i'tT All kind of fresh and salt meat. mu.'17-l.vr H. C. STRAWN'S Lumber Yard AM) PLANING MILL, Near the Illinois River Bridge. Howard's Restaurant. MEALS 30c. Choice Candles. Onuute ami Lemons, mid fruits ofall kinds in their season. la Salle Street, opposite Sherwood Block. PATENTS; inent. Interference. AliH-a all case arlsinv under the attended to. IS VKNTION." obtained fir inechaairal device, medical or other compounds, or namental design, trade-nuirks, and label, t'arent. Asslitn- nu-nts Tnterfen-nce. Anm-al. Suit for Iiifrlnifeinent. mid all casi-s arlsinu under the i'ut.-iit I , promptly attended to. IS VKNTIONS THAT IIAVK 1IKK.S REJECTED! by the Patent (Wire tuny still. in most ciises. i' piticuieii i.j us. Hchik! opiNislte the Pat ent since, we call nuikecloscr miirclie. and wt'tire patents more promptly, and with lining er claim, than th.wc who are remote from Uashinirloii. INVENTORS; oend us a iiuslel or sketch of your device: we make examinations free rharae. ana advise a to natentablllty. All corri'siH'iiilencc strictly contldentlal. rrice low, aim ..u tn.ui'.D t .? j.r.'-.-. ..ue... i--sm:CRKP. We refer to otllchil In the Patent Oltlce, to our client In every state of the I'lilon, and to your Senator and I!cpr scntiitlve In C'onnre. fpt-clal reference irlven when de alml. Address, ('. A.SNOWjtCO., apr Uppoltr Patent Office. Washington. I). C. Call on 31. B. Mitchell, No. 7 Court St.. for Lorillard's Tobacco and the Mo. 7 5 ct. Cigar. A full line of Fine cuts, Plug and Smoking To bacco and Smokers' Articles always on hand. iisTlO-3nios B0ARD8NC. MAKTIN KEIM Having rctlltcj hi. thatrdlnit lion.', near the box l.lver llrldK,'1 now offer, excellent acconim.iiioiis mr Karuiers and the public, tossl liouin for kslm-r alway reaily. Meals Served at all Hours, ami Free Slablins; for 'learns. t the bar will h. found the l-t of li.u..rs of all kind and choice brand, of curat. Prlci-s to suit evcrylssiy. Ottawa. March 30. lei-ljT MAIITIN KKIM. Rock River Seminary, MT. MOMH1H. 1I.I-, t. ...i.- .n.i i:...iii.-tiien Instruction thoroinrh. Man .K.nTrnl home-like. l-atloil healthful. Kxis-im- low. siwial alteiitlon inven to fuu.laiiicnial .tudl.-. I .riia-n. nl ,N lriw Un:uaB.-s. c. thoroughly A Tent h' r.' Training Class . , 5.. Pri.K'. M. E. Ilirr. Am tit. auiBMw NOW READY! The Grand AchievemenU of STANLEY AFRICAN EXPLORERS. K Ml hl-tnry of hl.rxpkmitton.ln Africa and m.ir... J..,r..ev L7h lAt Cul". The public an- f-WTlf .tltlnit tit 1 lt.t!-re.t. rv-U I'fSn.tr.te.l. t,r Jd .nd ill -ll wiuxmt a parallel, r or full .le-ripn.o, pr(rrd. .nd will wll wiuxmt a parallel ,rlll. Kor full .lrrl.ti..n rAGENTS WANTED U'rni. art.irpw nri"is Inbm La al!e St.. tnicao. FOR SALE. On am-ont of -icknc In fx fiun'ly r.4 M-h -f the i.r..pnior. t. Ntt.t.al Hotel. In Kwn in- .11 be for V,,,,rhrp .nd.t n-.. oi It Ike ,"'"'" 11.4c: in Pcra. Jtel het.r.n 11m- I ..It I. 1 . h. Iw au.l me li!ln...and M hi.ru. "anal wtuat.d. II H..ui or) vV, pa roionit "! f.no. rf. tra.el.-r. aud t.nl. r. Ml 1I.W rt.-.:nr U r-i n ,e;"'r',.'V,;VU?:tTT ferth.r parla.i.r. uf the p-in. l. lil.NI.1 I KTIM.- MANX, m . Wl-vovtl tiral Jr&tair atrti tnsurante. I an liiA L Money n, lw deposited ill K Iii iiitan i. to Ik- pui.l .e eronly when tlie ileeils issued h) tliesintei.l lexas me d.-livcreil here. ( 'mi aell IiuiiIk eith er mi line . .f projected 1'iiclnc It. Ii. .r within 21 to .'ill miles ti-i.iuii ralli-uail iii.w In oiier ulnn. These hm.M urn m exeel lent ill.ilit.N. wi i loeiifeil. titles pel feet, thus iltl'.inllnu' the Im-si ..iii.. rt iiml v f.ir invesiineni In Inu.U in l he rniie.i siaie . r nil ii.inieiiiiiis, n un ma ih, itinera, A-e.. Ire.' irs, with niaiiH, ptoiertf, A-e., free .1. o. IIAlllils. JTexas UmilAei Iiliir'j lit. IOWA, MISSOURI !irir . ,i. 1 1. ii Ai.i.is, le'iierai i,aiiu Airent. ..'t2. MVid k rV Will lumpen. Aei iii nt Insiir .1 1 r1 mice by the iluy, l.iolilh or jrnr. ,1. tl. HAIiUls. l.eniTitl insiii-.ine Aeilt. octJi J I,' I,' I" iiiiceii iiii. I'ltto riches, Hittn eiieup ( !) ill .Ij Life ln..iir;inec projeett. oiilie "Protection" and other fuiicy n!e. Proieet yi.IT liiinily by Ill-mini; In tins Id Mutual ..f New ork, tin- lni-'--'. the oldot, IhCMlfeist mid the l.oi. ,l.ii. IIAlllils, Life i.iMiruiiec AkciiI. mij; ()( ) li A X T IV K rlS te,n,p.i:',rr'!ve iii!lireni line, rcpriwiiied l.y .1. (. IIAlllils, SteiiniMliin A Wilt. ocl'j; UI ( ' ( ( il HuliieK iih'ii lielleve tliuf the j I j I II ff IJ (!! time." mi loin: looked for me niiuiilly coninis, not .H-rlnip at railroad fuvi. hut Htlll ImtimiK iih'liir. This Ih-iiic the cnw, inonev will lit. easier, work more plentiful, and .v. Entitle Will Ailnin-e. Now I- tlie time to buy, nt Imiviiiini in city and country pr.iertT ciin he hud of ,1. t). II Aliiils, Ileal Kntute llroker. octJi I-iT Cil't I Yi I'1'"1 '-"'"I "I- OraiiKn I i rove, and liw-lll lil, all that. (!...d land can how lAhad for l.i1 per were. Ill hitch for onlv tw. Mupiiandctrcuhirs free. .1,(1, II AKIili?. Klorlila ljiid Atfent. ocU7 L' Ykl C T TnC At Ttottom Prloea; IVyV 1 OV O 1 jJliy LftJ my from i t U iht ai re, tlood; well locuted. Uiu time If you want It. Cull lor limps, Ac. J. O. IIAlllils. Mud Arnt for M. Ii. c T. K. Ii. ( o., M. ii. K. s. ,v (i. II. K. Co., and L. L. &l. K. II. Co. NEBRASKA LANDS. 5 IUiK time, cheap H. II. fare. Mnm, clrciiliirmmd llilor mutlwii free. .1. 1). IIAHRIS. A(efit lor V. P. II. 14. Co. IIVC ITU Vtl? Ilritudi gold puya Ameruan llkU VTj. losse. Home of the very bent fnriijTii coiupHiile represented by J. O, IIAlllils, Innu ranee Audit. octal I VCI I l K 1W Million of Dollar, Am- IJ7 .J IVVll erleiin inonev iireeuliackRor ooln representeil by J. o. HAIIKIS, Inmirauce Aifcut. octal TWO SMALL COTTAGES Si K. nt nseiic'.i easy term. J.O. IIAliniS, Ueal Kstale nroKcr. mitral RATIONAL CITY llANli OK OTTAWA. ( Formerly City Hunk of Kiuues, Allen & Co.) L. II. KAMKn K. C. AI.I.KX K.C. JOUDAN President .. Vice President. Cimliler. Exchange on Chicago and New York, And ull rhi' principal cltleaeast and wet, ll()I'i;iIT AXD SOLD, l-lxcliauo un KiiKluieU Iniiiud, Scotlund and nil Im portant point In Ontliieutiil Kurope, ilruwn in sum to suit purchaser. IT. S. ltovi'iiiie Sr.-iiiips.of nil (lenominRtloniicon- stiiiitlyon biihd and for mile. Uiiiti-.l WtatfM HoikIh, IkhI Securities, Gold and Silver bought and sold. Bun k Inn hour from 0 a. m. to I p. t. Jan. VI, 171 Ii. C. JOIiDAX. ( ashler. F 1HST NATIONAL HANK OF OTTAWA.. Capital, - - - - 100,000. M. II. SWIFT.... I.. 1.K1.AM) .I0IIX F. XASII . Prejiilent. .Vice President. Cashier. DIRECTORS: Milton II. Swift, .Inhii Hrunilae, K. I). Lyman, Irenzo Leland, K. V. lrli;s. doliu F. Xiuli, Inane Case Kiehu inre on ClitriuM. Xew York, and all the principal clti.-s of the rutted states. boui!!l and sold. p.xiiii. iiiri. on hniiiuil, li-eiiinii, bcotiand and conn- tleiitnl Kurope drawn in sums to uit. . III1II...I rrilfox Isoil.tH, .yoiil inui Oliver ihjukiii ami soli. Our fnellltle are such Hint we can offer Inducements to customers, und we shall use our endeavor to Kivc Baluil'ac- tl. li to those eutriistlni: us with their business. lIllllklUsT lioul'4 troni V A. M. to 1 1'. M. Aorll -.T lt7i. JOHN F. NASH, Cashier. 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