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ttittw VOLUME 40. OTTAWA, ILL., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1879. NUMBER 18. free LOCAL MATTERS IT IS A T YOU CAN SAVE CD IN BUYING Clothing & Gentlemen's Furnishing Goods M.STIEFEL&CO. OUR A OK NTS. ffil FREB TRADER may be obtained at the following Rise by (he slnajle copy, or subscriptions will be takeu fir May length of tltne at the regular rates: B. Wii.it, 6enera. IB. L. Doxaeso, Streator. I. H. TmowBainat, Marseille. The paper la always on Die at the office of the Rock Inland B R.. M Clark it., under Sherman Home, Chicago, for con-v-saatacc of oar friend. B. M. A. This association will meet on next Monday evening at the Court House. All who feel a desire to encouraire home manufactures or draw to the city outsiders should attend. The Young Ladies' Missionary Society give a sociable at Mr. J. E. Scott's on next Tuesday evening. A literary and musical programme has Men prepared. The tax collectors' hooks are all ready for col lectors, end notices will he sent to supervisors and collectors that they can be had on and after Dec. 1st. A meeting of ladies interested in Temperance work will be held at the M. E. church this p. m. at 3 o'clock. The regular meeting of the city council will be held on next Tuesday evening. Cloak, and Dolman. We will open this morning a choice maort saent of the above named goods which will be old at our usual popular prices. A good cloak to be had from 2.50 up. Please call and see them. Resp't. D. IIeknan A Co. Caution, J am manufacturing Camp's Magic Washer at L' tic ft. Ills., and am the only roan that hits the right to make and sell it., &c. (i. T. McCl LLOT'GH. For le. The business of Mr. D. Hollecker, No. 8 Court t. A good opportunity for a live man. Posses sion given immediately or whenever desired. 3all on or address D. Hollecker. The windy westher of tho early part of the week has been replaced since Wednesday with warm rains, which persisted In coming down not. withstanding the holiday. Yesterday morning there was a dash of snow. Mane y to Loan. In amounts from f500 to (5000. B. F. Lincoln. Mrs. Wallace wants some one to do chorea, whose family will occupy four rooms on her premises. ine worn need not interfere with a man s ordi nary day's work elsewhere. R. II. Trask's store is resplendent with new and stylish goods sold at a great sacrifice to give room for later patterns. When fitting out your boys with boots for the winter don't fail to go to Child A Phipps and get their prices. New stock cf neck wear, handsome and cheap, just received at A. Frank A Ce.'s. Daniel Jardine, or Streator, has sued that vil Use for 13,008. Sidewalk esse. o CD 3 Si'ott ltroN. Co, GIVE THE HOI.I.OWINfl " FACTS" TO THE ITUI.IC. Those " Dress Goods" huve come, direct from the oritinal and old reliable manufacturers of " Broadhcod & Sons," Jamestown, Chuutuuque county, X. Y. These are the Genuine Jamestown Camels hair and Aniuire dress goods In all the new shades and most artistic designs of weaving. A few good reasons why every lady should buy these goods: 1st. They are the cheapest goods In tho mar kst when the service is taken Into consideration. 2d. Tliey can hu worn in damp weather or In a shower without fear of being ruined by curling or shrinking. 3rd. They are ull double width goods, full 27 inches wide, and made from the very best mate rial by experienced workmen nnd cannot bo ex- cellud by any similar good?, either foreign or do mestic. 4th. The manufacture, dying and finishing is done In such a manner that these goods can be washed and done up as well us a linen suit, with out the least Injury to the fabric and we warrant tfiem as such. 5th. In their manufacture there Is no weight ing, stiffening or artificial luster used. Thus showing just what the goods are and will bo un til worn out. 6th. No expense Is spared and the greatest care taken to make every color us fast us the perfes tion of skill and the purest dyes will make them. Be sure and examine these goods and If you purchase we guarantm them as herein represented. Caftion. Beware of imitation which are being placed on the market under fancy brands by deal ers not satisfied with reasonable profits, and do not bear the manufacturers' warrant or name and will not stand the test that our goods arc wir. ranttii to stand. Be sure and examine these goods, and If you purchase, we, the manufacturers, guarantee them as herein represented. Wm. Buoamiead A Sons, Jamestown, N. Y. The above goods can bo seen on our counters and tlr.iy speak fur tliemxrhtt. Any lady wishing samples can huve them upon application. We give our unqualified guarantee to the above statement. In addition to the above unequaled ijixKh we carry a line of "Hall's" Dress Goods, manufactured by tho Jamestown Alpucca Mills at Jamestown, Chautauqua county, N. Y., which we arc desirous of closing out at a lute price to make room for a much larger stock of the cele brated "Kroadhead" Dress Goods. Scott Bhos. A Co. A novel feature ubout the Thanksgiving ser vice at the Episcopal church on Thursday was the decoration of the chancel and altar rails with the fruits of tho earth corn, wheut, apples, po tatoes, pumpkins, Ac., Ac. ; reminding the au dience of the original meaning of the festival, which was that of a harvest home. There were also bestowed about the chancel packages of dry goods, groceries, Ac, the iuteution having been announced In advance that not only the fruits of the earth brought in for decoration, but nny oth er articles that miht be presented, would after tho service be packed up und sent as a donation to St. Luke's Hospital, Chicago. Though the of fering w as comparatively liberal, the exceedingly unpleasant weather both on Wednesday and Thursday doubtless reduced it greatly below what It otherwise would have been. Maaiey & Jordan Are on hand with a large assortment of house hold goods, including a full line of table cutlery, silver-plated ware (Including Bogcr's best), plat ed granite ware; a splendid assortment of car vers, pocket cutlery ; Mrs. Putt's nickled irons; children's toys, and an endless variety of stamped and pieced tin ware; also granite ware, wooden ware, such as wash boards and tubs, rolliug pine beef-maulers, butter-moulds; and many new ar tides of convenience in the household, which to be appreciated must be seen. Before making your holiduy purchases see their stock. Dr. Dewey, lately of the Elgin Asylum, now superintendent of the new Eastern Insane Asy lum, was in the city a few days ago nnd took a look through our county asylum. He found 43 insane paiients and 1-7 inmates. He was very much pleased with the place. The Eastern Asy lum will be ready for patients in a few days now, the upper Hoor being ull ready, we see by Kanka kee papers, and work rapidly progressing on the lower floors. When the house is ready Dr. Dewev expects to take some four or five of the county house patients to Kankakee, all of which will euse matters here considerably. Fact Is the asy lum here is not quite prepared for strong, violent cases, who have no difficulty in getting out of their place of confinement and require constant watching. (io and sec the nobby hats and caps just opened at A. Frank A Co.'s. A few more of those cheap boots and shoes Child A Philips'. 01 The patent air tester for coal mines ordered at the last session of the Board of Supervisors was lirsl week received by Superintendent of Mines O'Mallty. It is a simple device for testing the force of air currents in thc mines, and Mr. O'Mal ley will go through the mines to see if the law giving each man 100 cubic feet of air per minute is complied with. Gloves and underwear, largest assortment and lowoat prices, at A. Frank A Co.'s. Try "Acme" blacking Child A Phipps sell It. for boots and shoes. The ball of the Undine Hose Co., at Willis's on Wednesday was, perhaps, the largest the com pony has ever given. Above 200 tickets were sold. The hall was filled by a very nice crowd of young people and a jolly time bad. Dancing continued until a late hour. Try those standard fastened boots snd shoes at J. Megaffln's. Boys' suits and overcoats, latest styles snd low. prices st A. Frank A Co.'s. The Free Pirui wants a telephone from Strea tor to Ottawa to save their people traveling ex penses to this city. Put it up, by all means. The MendoU Organ Factory continues to pros per, being ICO instruments behind orders. Chew Jackson's Best Sweet Navy Tnrasw. I A TCMItLE. A Marked Reduction on Clouk. A most noticeable and important announce ment coiiich this week from t lie house of H. J. Gili.kn. The house, us is well known, Dhows the finest line of Cloaks ever brought to this city, but the immense stock on hand and the short ness of tho season remaining compels a reduc tion of stock, and it must and shall take place. To accomplish this prices will be made to forco it, ami as will be seen by samples of prices be low, the reduction amounts almost to a slaughter of the stock. For example: A iood Cloak for $2.f0. .4 $-10 Cloak reduced to S30; 535 garments to $28; othert from 531 to S'J.7; ?28 to i?23; $24 to $18.50, tfr. ' The above is an unheard of reduction in the Cloak market, and is a real reduction, as will be seen by inspection, as ull goods arc marked in plain figures. Is. 1J. Only a lew ot those hne Cloaks yet re main unsold. A few of those Dolmuns left, very (heap. Gillen's Shawl stock, by the by, is admit ted the stock of t lie season and city, par excellence. and admirers of fiue Shawls should not neglect to see his superb stock of Paisleys and broche goods. OTHER STOCKS. The cencrul slock is much improved. In the way of Dress Goods, no second place will be tukcu the house being in the van with season able and fashionable goods. The line of Trini minsis Silks, Satins, Velvets, l'ekin Stripes, Brocades. &c. is perfect; while the stocks of Blankets, Beavers, Cloths, Notions, &c, are un broken, and offered at prices conceded low by buyers. The house is still leading in tho Grocery trade, owing to immense purchases previous to odvan ces and which are not recnynized in making rotail prices. The Boot and Shoe stock is fine und complete offered at correspondingly low prices to keep pace with other Block. This old house, certainly, never was in better shape to pleaso with the quantity and quality of goods, and prices arc such that people cannot grumble at hard prices after a call at Gillen's. The Grand Lodge, I. O. O. F., and Grand En- cumpmcnt met In annual session at Galesburg last week. Tho session w as a pleasant one, and one that greatly pleased visitors from other states. The citizens of the town did everything possible to mitke the city and visit of Odd Fel lows attractive, decorating their busines houses by duy and illumining at night. The following are among the officers elected: Grand Lodge A. W. Bergren, Galesburg, G. M. ; A. Elwood, Sycamore, I). G. M. ; N. C. Mason, Peoria, G. Sec'y. ; A. S. Barry, Chicago, G. Treas. : Grand Representative, A. Orendorff, Springfield. En campment W. E. Carlin, Jcrseyville, G. P. ; A. II. Waggoner, Chicago, G. H. P. ; J. C. Smith, Springfield, G. Scribe and Treas. ; W. II. Crock er, Evunston, G. Representative. The next ses sion will be held in Danville. Newt New!! The ladies will certainly be gratified at the an nouncement that Mrs. O'Meara has just returned from Chicago, bringing with her new hat shapes, new birds, new feathers and other hat trimmings, Ac, Ac. Mrs. O'Mcara's well known skill and excellent taste in audi matter are a sufficient guarantee that the cream of the market has been selected for the ladles of Ottawa and vicinity, who are cordially invited to call and see these goods. Her popular prices will be continued, as usual. Rubber goods at Child A PhippR'. It hurts them all, but we can't help it. We are closing out our stock, not to make money by the profit but to turn the stock Into money, as we are going to discontinue the business. Therefore If you want unything in the jewelry line now Is the time to buy. To any of our old customers we will order anything we do not have for five per cent, advance, no matter If It is a gold watch or diamond ring, it Is all tho same to us. J. Dicky A Son. There was a narrow escape from fire at the sixth ward school house on Monday last. It seems that the heaters had been so carelessly set that part of the ash-box rested upon the wooden flor of the basement. On Monday morning a thorough cleaning out of ashes was made, and in consequence the floor took fire. The blaze oc. currcd, fortunately, at a time when it could be (and was) soon discovered, or the building would have been destroyed. A little water extinguished the fire, when the proper repairs were at once made. Examination showed that the heater of the 5th ward school was similarly constructed. School In one of thc rooms was at once dismissed, and repairs made. All the buildings are uw be lieved to bo in proper condition as regards the heating apparatus. The great and wonderful discovery, Days Kid ney Pud, is a most fortunate one to the poor vic tim of kidney disease. For sale by Forbes A Gehring. If ysu want a pair of toilet slippers for the holidays go to J. Megaffln's. Remember thc big stock of men's and boya' clothing and the low prices at A. Frunk A Co.'s. Streator Free Vm : "The property owers in blocks four and five, in Collins's addition, have just been called upon to satisfy a mortgage given by Collins on thc land before the property was platted. It will cost those owning lots and resi dences there, about $200 each." One of New York's prominent chemists, Mr. Albert C. Dung, CI Bowery, says: St. Jacob's Oil cured a well-known auctioneer, and many other prominent citizens of Rheuma tism. It is a reliable remedy. The dedication of the Sublette Armory for F company, 12th battalion, lust Friday night, was a pleasant snd successful affair. A MendoU farmer sold last week 240 hogs averaging 400 Ss. in weight. ' The French juuom'tare niakinjf air out of water, snd ks ut 0f 0id raK; and they have discover ed that the sun Is alowlv burning up, snd that the earth will freeze to death in six billion vears; but the widest of all thoe wie umnfi hasn't thought to inquire why it is that thousands and thousands of people are still anxious to sell out snd move west. Thev want to sret a ride in one of those C.B. A Q. .Palace Drawing Room Cars, I wun reclining cnairs, l uuman (lo-wneel ) Sleep- cm, anu line icw meais in one oi loose n ii i.ru ted C B. A Q. Dinin? Cars mlv sevcntv.itve cents. Three Through Tmmt daily Irom Chiciwt iu jxnmn ear anu nmunvrti, The Mendota baud appear now to new dress parade suits. For I he II ya. The holidays approach and 2liertly will be al hand. Again the vexed question, what to give our friends, stares all In the face. The appear ance of the stores would Indicate that the ditncul ty will not be lessened by dealers, as the wilder ness of pretty thing Is fairly bewildering. At Ooinan A Hapeman's the stock for the season Is fairly opened and the store georgeous with an endless variety of goods. We shall do no more at this tlmo than to enumerate a few articles as an Index to the range In variety of goods shown by the house. There are Prang's panels, bann erettes, Swiss carvings, Faience goods, painted shells (unequaled for beauty In this city) painted plaques, Bohemian toilet sets, vase and glass goods, lrcdescent glass goods, Japanese trays, (large sizes for household use.) glove boxes, card receivers, Ac; handsome frames for card and cabinet phottts; photo albums a superb line; the finest line of autograph albums ever shown In the city In entirely new styles; gold pens; celluloid sets, hand mirrors, pocket cutlery, pock ct bonks, opera glasses, paper weights and ink wells, and so on wtthout limit; not to mention tho finest and largest stock of miscellaneous lit eraturs in the city. This stock is unequaled in variety, and Messrs O. A II. would like to have every resident of the county take a loek through their store. We are sure the goods and the prices will suit everybody Please call, and bring your friends. Mention having been made in these columns lately of extraordinary numbers of words written on a single postal card, in one Instance over 1,200 having been plainly written on such a card, our friend Neill Brown, of Scott Bros. A Co., tried his hand, and he presents us a postal card upon which are written, in a hand looking to the naked eye as clean and regular as copperplate, 2,031 words, embracing the fith and 7th chapters of St. Mat thew's Gospel and the 1st chapter of the Gospel of St. John up to and including the 32d verse. Tho amount is nearly equal to the contents of an ordinary column of the Fkrr Thadrr. Mrs. S. M. Fecny Is going to retire from bus! ness. She offers her elegant stock of millinery at a bargain. For any one wishing to start in business now is the chance. Terms reasonable. Trimmed hats from 75c to (1 ; a handsome trim med hat for $1.50. No trouble to show goods. Come and examine for votirself. The Catoa Levi are. The announcement of a lecture at the Congre gational Church last Sunday evening, on the Sandwich Islands, by the Hon. J. I). Caton, drew out a large audience, whom tho Judge enter tained very agreeably, Judging from tho close attention of his hearers, for nearly two hours. Of course tho briefest synopsis of a talk of such length is quite out of the question ; we can only say, that the Judge not only showed an intimate acquaintance with the history of tho Islands from their first discovery by Captain Cook and of the various missionary efforts in their behalf.but also that during liis brief residence on the Is lands a year or two ago he had used his eyes to good purpose and made many observations of deep interest and cf a nature that often escape the cureless traveler. The Judgo ought to cast the many interesting facts In his posession con cerning those Islands Into systematic shape and give them to tho public in a book. No feature of modern methods of teaching Is coming more rapidly Into favor (and justly) than the kindergarten system. And kindergar ten methods are so attractive one almost wishes be were young again to begin life over in such a school. In St. Louis, w aro told, the first kin dergarten was established In 1H73. Now there are in the city over fifty public kindergartens, in which between four and fire thousand children are to be found. The kindergarten is compul sory (and no charge for school material enforced) iu so far tiat children under seven and a half, if sent to a primary school, must spend half the school duy in a kindergarten, unless they have previously been In one for two years. Already tho kindergarten songs have, to a large extent, repluced tho silly rigmaroles that the children used to sing when together. There are men who claim that the kindergarten will make a model city of St. Louis iu the next generation. The kindergarten in this city, taught by Miss Macy, Is prospering finely, and we find mothwrs greatly pleaaed with their little ones' progress. The omnibus carries the pupils to and from the school room, so thiit l.lmre is no trrtiilile. pycimiI. In rt L,ieir huU ftm, , thc morn,n We commend the school to all parents, none of whom should neglect becoming familiar with the school und Its methods. Thc Lewis Baking Powder advertised elsewhere is warranted made of refined grape cream of tar tar, free from alum or other ingredients that compose tht! bulk of cheap baking powders. Sold by grocers. La Sullc's great coal miners don't amount to much after nil, so far as local manufactories are concerned, because of frequent and longcontln ued strikes. Lust week the "carrying of coals to New Castle" began as per Vim: The manufacturers are suffering greatly from the scarcity of coal. Last Wednesday it was feared that the De Stelger works would be com pdled to let out their fires, and in that emergen cy the company would have lost about $5000. As it was, bu'liclcnt coal was obtained from pri vate sources to feed the furnaces until Thursday evening when several car loads of the precious fuel arrived from Streator, and thc threatened danger was averted. The coal famine Is provoca tive of some singular results. Bight iu the midst of Illinois' must extensive coal field. It is almost Impossible to obtain a sufficient supply of coal for necessary purposes. The Ottawa Glass works were continually both ered about getting coal from 1a Salle, but since they began running their cars to Streator this trouble had entirely ceased. Our Druggists are Moling larpe quantities of Ir. Marshall's Lunjr Syrup for coughs, colds, and pulmonary complaints generally. It takes the lead cf all cough remedies. Try it. Trice !! cents, f0 cents and SI a bottle. Sold by M. Ksevssi.. A willfully malicious boy on the west side brvke 12 lights of glas in the Mil ward school building last Snnday; and when bia father was notified t the man attacked the messenger with s hammer, inflicting several bad blows. The La nl!e Ouards hud a spell of rifle prac tice a few days ago. Six of ths 20 made "clean" scores; six ethers were under 10; eight under 20; six above 20, the highest being 37. Take Notice, We open to-morrow 100 NEW CLOAKS AND DOLMANS, trimmed in the latest styles, all at very low prices. Also the following new goods: Homib Clottis black and colors. Amirican Silks black and color. Ribbons plain and two toned. Suawi.s some entirely new styles. Lacs Ficui ks beauties. Nubias new colors. Ladirs Hoods prettiest in town. Vklvbts they dety competition. And many novelties, too numerous to mention Lots of goods especially applicable to holiday trade, and new ones received dally at Hull's. A frightful accident occurred at Mrs. Mulli gan's on last Sunday. Her littlo boy, only a few years old, had filled up the stove with soft coal, after which had become heated a terrific explo slon took place, knocking down the lad and his sister, who was also in the room, and demolish tug me stove. in ine explosion bits of a shell of a nitro glycerine cartridge struck the boy In the face, a part hitting the eye and so serious ly Injuring it that he will lose the use of it. The girl was not seriously hurt. How the cartridge came In ths coal is unknown. Such material is used in the mines and the only solution Is that In blasting this one remained unexploded. It is a wonder, however, that the floor of the house was not blown to atoms, the action of the explo sive being downwards. It Is also curious that the cartridge did not explode in the handling. Anything in the shoe line at Child A Phipps' and prices to suit the closest buyers. A Social Club. If such a society were to canvass its members, and they in turn carry on the work of Introducing tho HombCook Book, we would feel that cookery was soon to be all that health could possibly wish, or thc palate crave. Right here we will say that the publish- er, Mr. J. Fred Waggoner, Chicago, Is desirous of securing a worthy and Intelligent agent in this vicinity, to whom liberal pay Is promised; und his phamplet, "Phactical Hints on Canvass, ino," specially adapted to this book, is mailed to all applicant. Hurry up and secure those bargains In over- costs at A. Frank A Co.'s, the clothiers. Eiamlne those niaety-flve cent purs gum boots at J. Megallin's. The Thanksgiving hop by the Guards given at the Armory was (after the reception to Co. A) the best they have given for a long time. A very nice company of some 50 or more couples were resent. Ths dancing continued until a late hour. Ye "Fuir," or " Bazaar,' as some folks call It, seems to bo the "proper caper" in Peru and Men. dota. Peru is billed for thre) before Christmas and Mendota for no telling how many. Tho nicest line of holiday slippers for gents ud boys to be found in the city at Child A Phipps'. Don't trifle wilh a severe cough or cold. Pro- euro in tune, you if wish to save doctor bills, u bottle of Dr. Marshall's Lung Syrup. Price 2 cents, 50 cents and $1 a bottle. Sold by M. Knlkhsl. The La Salle Zinc Works are being enlarged. Head Our Guarantee-Study Our Compass. We are the Oldest One Price Cloth in; House in the State. No Salesman is allowed to deviate from ho name ed, if cuNtoruers find the articles uncaiihfactory, sad return them unworn and uninjured within 15 days of ihe date of purchase. rPiened.l FIRE INSURANCE POLICIES AT FAIR AND EQUITABLE RATES Are Issued by the uidt-rslgned In the foUowinK companies: Ixtme fald. iiu Jan. 1. UTS. $50,384,729.42 yETNA, of Hartford if 6,9 14, 148.64 10,566,027.96 CONTINENTAL, of X. Y 3,327,77242 22,350,907.18 HARTFORD, of Hartford 3,358,688.06 29,595658-52 HOME, of New York 6,390,352.16 48,050,547.94 NORTH AMERICA, Thila 6,433,674.70 30,636,579.00 NORTH BRITISH, England 8,632,38446 14,805,013.41 PHCENIX, of Brooklyn 2,735,65445 9,527,722.00 UNDERWRITERS, IN". Y 3,362,626.71 Insurants, in ortlir to m Heliablr, muat le Uuiaranttd by SUCCESSFUL AM) WELL KNOWN CORPORATIONS. Whan yon Insnre. rirrrts the same wlr Imlffment employ the omwi i nil sinysu'lan: in of nicmt anl fuvd. yuu dual buy Get the OLDEST GEO, Ottawa, Sept 13, 1879. RublmBootSluK CHILD & PHIPPS, 35 La Salle. Street, Have on their shelves the best as sortment of Ladies', Misses and Children's Shoes to be found in La Salle county; also Men's, Boys' and Youths' Boots of their own and other first-class makes, Rnb ber Goods, &c, &c.; all of which they are selling at very low prices for the quality. Call and exam ine for yourselves. , NEVV FIRM. HANLEY & JORDAN, DEALKUS IN HARDWARE, Iron, Nslls, Rtnyr. Ranges, FniDacr-s, Carpen ter' loola, House Furnishing Goods. Heavy Iron, Brass, Copper and Tin Work, Iron Cornices, Corrugated Ceiling. 4c. J NO. o. mani.iv.) 118 Mstn Street. anS Ollniv;) c. JOKruN. IS and -.0 Mill Street, WllUWa. B. THOS. SPENCER, DEALER IN BOOTS & SHOES No. 2 Court Street, (Chcever'a Block,) OTTAWA, ILLS. (lood Work al Low Figaros. Call tnl examine my stock febis-pl Before imrclmMriL'. Livery & Feefl Stable. PETER EGAN Would renDectftiHv amionnce to the cltlzeni of Ottawa and vicinity that he, hu oneof lha snolceat Livery Dtockala tftls SIW, at the City Stablna.aucb aa tke Latest Styles of Hacks. Carriages and Buggies, f o hit at prices to anlt tlraea, i'arttea, Weddlnga, Funerals, Plc-Nlcs, Ac,, supplied with good rlga on nunr Koon nga on nunri r notice, anl Minerals iu tne country or aujoiHiu adlfl t towns promptly at- tended to. Persona taken to and Irom the depots, or to the lountrv, night or Say. tsf tlemmhr the place on Madi son street, next door eunt or the Knglne llmi-w. Juact. 174. rKTKH KG AN. SCHOOL BOOKS Of all kinds 18 La Salle St. any Rules in our Guarantee. GUARANTEE. AtOsman&Hapemans WE GUARANTEE : 1st. That the prices of our goods skull be as low as qiutlitjr of nmlerinl snd manufacture are sold any where in the I'niteil States. 2d. That the prices nro prcciseljr the auie to every body for same quality, on same day of purchase. 3d. That the qnality of (foods is as represented. 4th. Thai the full amount of cash paid will he refund "11 At- o' C)t Noj. 24 snd 26 Madison Street, Ottawa, 111, ynn do In other eoarerna af lire. When aick, yoa irtiun.e. me same (iu ul a laayvr; m vist Un cneapeat. Wbea yoa itiaur. and the BEST! W. RAVENS, Southeast corner of PosteSc Block.