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OTTAWA FREE TRADER; SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 29, I87i.
v 'liar" cutnblimlluu In lilllcil. The tilav la Jlikepeure'a. " Coined jr of Errori," uflvertint'd U tlie "Two Dromio." If you want, to know wlwt the play U like consult the Immortal. C'on iultin the till' of the Mutical awl Dramatic Time ami Dramatic .Vw. we tlnd Unit their cor reRp(mleiits fnerally apeak well of the troupe and iu 8omu discs very highly. We I't-lu-vc It to lie well worth utteniiiiiif. Tickets ure uii stile tit Jilover's. I, The follow injj ure fair fn-cinifiii of iiuYVaiitpf r coin meut, the. Hist from the Uiivunport Dtmuvat, the hccoml from the r'.Kf-frV, Sept. 5: ' HiiikespeunV siiMitne ('oini'dv of Krrors, the Two Diomlnii, was presented by one of the tin est companies, lull eveiiiny, ever in lliis city, H'ul luck's Four Mtar t out )i it at io ti . Favvcett and tit'iMion as the two Promina, and Aiken and Mur ray as the AntipholU of Syracuse and the Anti plinlis of Kplicsiis were fault lesn; it lieln; impos sible to tell one from the oilier. Miss lln'-rs n.s Adiiana, was jjooil imd convinced the audience that she was an actress of more than ordinary merit. The dressing of the piece was line, the Kettiiii; irnoil, and every member appeared to bet ter advantage than the usual traveling compan ies that vi-.it our city. It has been a lonir lime sine .1 Davenport has hfiil so tine a presentation of comedy as during the past two nights. SOI K-t. ' k Helen Potter s company, composed 01 iicien jfl'otter, reader; the Swrcdisli l.udy Quartette; Anna Theresa Herder, cornet soloinl, and Felix Uc'aiiey, caricaturist, w ill lie at Aurora on Dee. 17, a si roil ii company. The (,'reat actress Kachael had a ninall scar ui)oii her check. In the extreme poverty of her i;hi dhood she one day in the street contested with a do the riht to a hone with some scraps of meat on it. A bite from the do;; caused the scar. Miss Minna Wright, a rising yoiinir reader, ot Mendota, haft been nwi'iusly received in New York City, appearing in fact with decided suc cess. She i pronounced a reader of reat versa tility. Mrs. Scott-Siddons hus gotten rid of her bus hand, nt last, an agreement inivinir been made lately in England between them to separate Mrs. SiddoiiB is to retain a lare property in New Zeland, and begins life anew, reduced in fortune but free from an incubus that continually dragged1 her down. The Mendelssohn Quintette Club, of Boston, ure again on Hie road. The repertoire las been considerably enlarged. They appear in Decem ber and January in Michigan and Ohio towns, ut will not reach Illinois. Kinuia Abbott and company will he In Chicago ii1ec. 15, for one week. Kdouard Keiiicnvi has "invented" violin reel- ale. He is playing in iioston, the programme, j stated, coiirUtilin entirely of UtiiicM i'a violin i' playing. J I. I. L .11. .it., Xf 1 t rot., u iA iva-limr IJUJIlCir, IV Dflliuivt B -M mr-! 1 Liq oiv nuiftnig westward. Table Titlk. Our lilliputian coteaip. "don't" depend on ex changes for news. Is that so Well, now, we do. We depend on anything and everything for items of any kind. We don't know that our read ers care a continental where wu get our materi als for a readable paper; and we know mighty well we'll take 'em whenever we can lind 'em. The La Sullo J'rexs calls the Maine Greenback Democratic combination, "the Mongrel-Dem.," Ac., Ac. Which recalls to the "man up a tree" the second back-action, double-somersault lately indulged in by the J'rum. The editor "cleared" 12 elephants, ut least. The experience of the man aroused from bed bj the earthquake iu San Francisco, (as related by Mark Twain,) to whom the chain ber-maid of the lwtcl iu reply to his remark, as he rushed wildly up and down the halls, "On, what shall 1 do," said, "Well, if you're not particular, I'd ad True you to hunt up a clothing store," was repeated with Tiiriations by a couple of Mendo taians while at the Grant boom in Chicago. They had been out for a "time," and had got their boots and pantaloons corered with mud. These, on re. 'ring, they turned over to the porter with instruc ts to clean, xe. lie looli mem; hut alas! in 'e morning did not return them as soon as dc. sirahle and the room was without a call bell! Alas! alas! there are times that try men's souls! The iVpoMVf finishes the story: " After discuss ing the situation thoroughly, it was decided to dress as far as possible with the materials at hand and explore the halls of the house until they found a waiter or porter. They accordingly sal lied out attired iu striped socks, red llanuel un dergarments, overcoats tightly buttoned and hats. But it didn't work. Kvcryone they approached tied from them, taking them for some exhiliratcd " boomers" out on a jamboree which was utter ly impossible, as both young men are possessed of most correct moral habits. Hearing voices in a room they concluded to knock and ask someone possessed of pants and boots to go below and have their missing garments sent up. They knocked, but it only augmented their troubles, as the room was inhabited by ladies! Here was a fix. In apologizing, however, one of the ladies who had not the fear of man before her eyes, took in the situation, and made a little speech, which if correctly reported is about as follows: " Young I men, if you will go into your room and stay there, pi will go down stairs and send up your hoots and jjft panties," which r he did, after the young men hud I taken her advice." M t. j rri ' 11' i. t- j:) i ne last sciiooi census ui wcniiiiu snows ft. people under CI years of age, of whom 144 are ' nnder six vcars old. V ktreator was vexed with the Question which to Build a calaboose, water works or a town hall. The solution was to build a town hall to cost j-' $f000, to be paid for in three installments. On Thn '14th Pitt., hv V. H. Weeks, tit tile office. In Ottawa. Hr Mr.OSMAK D. SCIlKIIMF.Iillol'.N to Miss AI.MIKA I- 1 1 K)OT, both or h.irlvillc. I Dim. ' 1 At the residence of I)r. c. W. llevnol.U. In Smith Ottawa. ..-' of consumption, on Tuesday evening, Nov. 'i'ltli. MAliTH A I BHEl'AliD. Miss Shepard was a sis'.cr-ln-h.w of Ir. ('. W. Iirynolds, t'; and ?.ad hiTii a sufferer from consumption for many yean tiler vitality must certainly lie considered quite niimrWalile 5 when It is saiil that she was a'wve ,i ears of as" at the tlm t of llT ili'ilth. Xcur HuUmigcmcnts. L. W. BREWEH, ; ' Aiwrtit-u ttt l.'t'C. i CTATKOK 1M.INOIS, L 8i.t.K Co.-ss.- O In tht rwrnt f'unrl, January enn. sso. f William Wilwm r. Hart..n vv. baclev. Kliahth llv. ; Alonzo Bagley. Martha A. Hairl'T. l.n!sa A. Mill, .lohn II. Mills. The-spK-la Miutli. .Imlw hmltli. Melissa Worreil. CiisTin- orn-ll ami llrailfoni Barley. a 1'Ann-vrg. , Atri.Unt of the non-tVKi'leiice of Aiono Uar'ey. Martha i Baeley. Thfisl.K'ia .-uuth. Juilson Smith. Melissa Wur elU ttsHV"' Worrell ami Unwlfonl Hsirley. Iniplffl'Uil with he othrr shove nainetl defenilants, haviii(C ben flicd in the lerk'a olticeof th l.ln uit Court of saiil county, notice is f, hrrfore herHiy (nven titne said non-resnient deietiuanTs ; tat theetnnpl.iinaiit ftlwl hiabill of complaint in saul court. I' n th chaniery aide tlK'rof. on the th dav of Noveiulw-r O. and that tliereupsu a f tnnmons lssue.1 out of said-onrt. I.rrem said sun is now ncidinc. murnalile on the second ondy la the uioi-tti f January nrit, aa la by law re- .uitvd. Now. times" yon. tn"saiu non-resniiMix tjeionnsmi anove ai shall personally ! and ap-ar tx'fore said t'ln ait .onmon tne nrst nay i me neii icrni inereoi. u or noiuea iOfiia, in and for the said county, on the second Monday Jantarr nejt. and plead, answer or demur to the said Lmplainaht's bill of roinp'.aiut. the same and the martrrt Vd thuies therein channel and stated will be taken aa coa mhL and a d-vree entered unM yon amirdlng to Uie t-airr of said bill. K'tV KLL W. HOLMES, Clerk, i sitawa. IIIIdoU. Vovember Jsth, 1471. JL. Bbiwib. Couipit't Sulr. i aorlf-lw CHOICE GIFT BOOKS M. BLANC'S GRAMMAR OF rAlNTIN(J AM) ENUKAVIMi. Traimlatt'tl by Mrs. Kale X. DouKlt. With nearly Filly Illustrative F.iigrHvingu of' Iiiinous Art Works. Iu one beuutiuil vol utile, l'rico, !jf;. "The volume is replete with found information about the (treat musters inl the illlli ri'lit Hchoola of art." TUr Art AiiMt'ttr, tir )'o A-. "This Book should be in the hands fif every re lliM'il person, fur It Is one of those ohiaies that are almost a llberul ediiialloii." Allmnu Aryu. "It furnishes precisely what all lovers of art n in the wav of Infraction la tlmx" principles that mi- ilerlle all art, those laws which furnish reasons for our love of the beautiful." .V. 1'. t.'rrmnj t'vil. "One of the richest volumes ever sent to our ta bic rich In the relliiini! anil emioliliui; topics of which II treats, rich iu the llioiihls ami mil. I luforinnlli'ii which a novice of aiiniteur iimi gather from its wellwi-tUen para craphs. rich In Us laivc. clear type, heavy, creamy paper, voluiulnous illuiiiinatloiih iiimI soinl hut eleirunt liluilinu: rich. In a word, ih evrrwhini; which niiikea a hook at tractive." J'rvrhleiift J fiiH. S()N(JS OF VKSTKHDAY. Ily HKSJAMIN' K. TAVI.01!. author of The World on Wheels," etc., etc. Beautifully Illustrated, with huml- soiiiely-ornaiiienled cover I'lill Kilt edec, t'.W; M rocco, fii.iO. "A dainty, delicious and charming book, made iitiractive ny all the service ol art. nt oikih hi ii oh, Vein York. "For holiday presents nothing more attractive or beautiful can he found." Huston Ciniiiiionirealtt. "With the execution of Whitticr, we have not seen any one whose dcfcrlpllon of home seenrs could, In t;raplile srvie or narinonious nieioio-, in any wa couipai with these." JJoiton Cumincrvtul IluUtun. OLD-TIME riCTl UES And Sheaves of Rhyme. fly I1KS.IAMIN K.TAYLOli. Uhuo. (illt aide, plain (decs. Price f 1.50. (lilt side and ed(.'e, 1.75. "I have spent ininiv hours over votir book. The Old-Time Pictures' Is crowdeil wllh'verhal felicities, nntl the clnniiL' portion of li Is us soiii-slirrliiKas the voice of u trumpet.' Jr. a. u. Jinltana. READY TO-DAY, THE KOIITV-KOfltTH TIIOl'SAND OK (iETTiNU ON IN THE WOULD; Or, Hints on Success in Life, By WILLIAM MATTHEWS. LI.. 1). Price, 3.U0. "No more helnful or aiiDroBi iate gift for a youn man or a voting woman t an he found 111 ull the realm of our literature." ChrMian J-.'ta, Jioitvn. "It is found, morally and mentally. It gives no oiip-sided view of life; It does not pander to the lower iih tnro hut it Is hiih-toniM. correetlv-toHed throughout. 1 T here Is an earnestness and even eloijuence in this Toliune which makes the author appear tospeaktous ..... ii. t. .......t in-,. 'ri..... iu .... II llHl uie ll IIIU I' lil'l- ii,i-ni.n!i. ii i- electrical lire ahoul ever; s 'Uleiice. A, hiiti-tantl .'ivMfcr, riiit.iMiihiu, WHAT TO MM I DID. BV KM1LV HUMTNGTON" MII.LKIt Illustrated. Pa per, 5()c; cloth, tl 00. "A most churminir etorv of child life and child mtaehlcf. oueof the' most delightful things of the kind in existence." ,Vic Yvrk Ettniny t'eil. "Wo liuit'lied all the evening over the many fmi ny tlmurs Tommy said and did. A c will warrant that no one. yoniiK or old. will lay It down until read through." Xxrthern Vhriitian AUrocate. SOLD BY 03MAN & HAPEMAN, Xov. 30. 1879. Ottawa, IllinoiM. Stock Farm far Sale. For phIp, the finest Slock Farm III Illinois, situate In the town of Kiurle, La Salle county, consisting of fi'-t acres; W acres under cultivation: i' acres unsiispasseil blue (frass pasture nnil hay lands; l:i acres of limlier pasturu: 1.1 acres winter wheat; 15 acres no. and conl'lrahle plowing ready I'orsprlni! crops, liooil'lences, stock yards, burn, sheds. i'te. I. i villi; water throughout the year. Will he sold at a creat harciln. either as a whole or In lots 10 suit the pur cliJM'rs. Apply to .Kin li. tJA.Ml.liON', Ottawa, 111. Novemher if.ith, IHTV.-ltno Big Lot of Boots, Shoes, Hats, Gaps, Crockery, Glassware, Soft Goal Base Burners At Less than Regular Prices. OTTAWA, IIX. 0. Y. BOLLUEYER. Ottawa, 8fpt 77th. 171. rTTr "PTrVQ rra Holdera. and rncll Caana, w alUr.DtOanui A Fatxmu's VMtof Comrt Hooa. OPERA MSB STORE COMMON SENSE. I f uuy of my friends and customers or uny person want to get their prescriptions at my Drug Store we will gladly put them up; and it don't mutter whose prescription papers they are written on, or where they ure told to go. If any man tells you that my Drugs. Medicines and chemicals are not as purf, as fresh, and ts cheap as any in I.a Salle county, don't you believe hilli; lie llllS llll Axe to Gt'lml, ! anil wants YO U to turn the grindstone nuu furnish the water. E. Y. GRIGGS. Ottawa, November", lH.-Sinoa JOURNAL Daily, Tri-Weekly, and Weekly. THE CHICAGO EVENING JOURNAL. The Oldest and Het Al'tcrnoou raper In tin West. ANNOUNCEMENT FOR 1880. The .Torus it., in its several editions, (?lcs AIX TIIF. NEWS, domestic and l'oiei't;n, promptly and eompri'iien atvfly, in every deparlment of human ull'itirs. It alms to he TltrsTWOKTH V, rather than sf nsational. It reports all LOCAL EVKNTS, and ainont? Its chief feu tures are Fl'I.L AM) ACIftiATi: MAltKKT llKPOltTS. Politically, it Is In complete accord with the (teiiernl spirit, purposes and tendencies of the (iUICAT liKI'VULICAN PAHTV OF TIIK NATION. That is to say, It ta nil earnest uud unliesltatliiK exponent of the Cause of Justice; of the purity of the llallot Hex; of the Protection of Kvcry Citi zen In his Illicit to Vole his Honest Preference, without Threat or Hindrance; of Hinhteous tlovcriinient; unit of Whatever Is Conducive to ilic Welfare and Happiness of the Whole People. It discusses ull public iiucstloiiB Willi dignity and fairness, but has no toleration for HunibuK, Corruption or Virion ness in Polillcs, Trade or Society. The people of the West have read Tiik Joi iin al for thir tyix years, and know what It is, ami have every reason to have conHdeiiee In its future. It is one of the I'lUMI.Y EsT.MU.ISIlli INSTITCTION8 OF t'lUCAtiO. It will continue to be hereafter what It has been hitherto, except as It may, by availiui, Itself of new facilities and keeping pace with the progressive spirit of the ope, Im prove in character and be enhanced In value to the public as a FIltST CLASS CENF.KAI. N F.WSPAPF.II. Tiik Daily F.vrmmi Jovknal Is published every after noon at it and 5 o'clock. SIO per milium; 8j cent per month; In the city, by carrier, Silcenta a week. Tiik Tat Wkkm.y Jot iin.il, published every other day Tuemliiys, Thursdaya uiul Satmiliiys-S.l per :m n u m ; thirty-live cents per month. The Wkkki.y Jul iixal Is a larce and carefully liiade-up general newspaper, for the oll'.ce, the farm, the workshop, and the family. It coiitalni nil the news of thrtrtek, nnil jives a larce variety of literary, political, commercial and miscellaneous reading matter. II Issues, in addition to the usual four-paia; sheet, a Kvpplrment of (mo page, lllled with choice miscellaneous reiulliit;. It publishes full ir- kr I ri'jtort from all the commercial centers, and is one of thcrAfcf'f-vf ami best uenrral ueeklv Hempapim in tht l'ni tidStittm. Subscription price, S 1 .U." 1T uiiiiuiii. Ill all cases the publisher pre-pays the posfuie, and In nil cases the subscription money must be forwarded before the paper Is sent. Postmasters and up'nlB may retain 10 per cent, of all sub scriptions obtained at the above rules. Money can be sent by Post Olllcc Money Order, lirclslcrecl Letter or Draft, ut. our risk. Address, KVF.NINCJ JOUKNAIi, 1.1 anil ltd Dcarborn-Ht., Chicago. S if Single copies for sale and subscriptions received by Osninn A llapeinaii, Ottawa, Illinois. ARMORY Tlit Armory M:it Market, on Ta Sallo Stm-r, in the new Aniiiry Hltrk, will nintintH' ti furn iuli i ht' piiltlic ft'ith ttic brHt of lvv Veal, Mutton, Fork, IlawtH. furnwl Mntt. Sitimnf, nxu till ottit-r trv ftiiU KfUtct) iiH'utH, OYSTERS AND FISH Ib reived ilallv tbroiiuh the nenwin. Fresh Ijike Trout, 'il null. Halibut ami Smell now belnn nrelvcd direct from the east. Special Att ntion Paid to Putting up LARD FOR FAMILIES. All supplies sold at the imsd reasonable nrieen and lowest imirKei rates, hthi neiiverisi io all paras oi ine city iree. Your patrornofc in soliciteil. Feb. 1. H;..y A. U WOOD. Prap'r. jOI.I OWINt) AUK Til K total i)isiu;hsi:mi:nts On account of the Several Department? of the City of Olla wa from tin- beeiniiine of ihe present louiii. i p.il year to il:ue of this report : HalarWn M."l (las and t.asllulil i.nd 01 Public Improvement 4.110 W Fire H.IK.V74 Police 31T Ti Hmlth 4.H I'l t'olltlnvent FapeliM-s Kl 'A Klectiona 5.0U ViX A HI It' NT OP 11 ILLS PA I II : April f -.. M May .. s:i s Jim 1.1J4 rl .Inly 2.143 (Vi Auirust 'i.'ilH.m S.pi-inlwr l.R.n !B Oi-IoImt l.VM "J NoTJints r 1.KM.4H f Vi. -&i y. Publlshrd in aerordnnce with the provisions of an ordi-tanei- alopt'i April 4th. l'fi. Ottawa. Illinois. Novernts-r -9. 179. AIMIICK T. IIAP.TKLS. 'Jily Clerk. HENRY GTTNN. A ttttrtty nl foitr. CTATKOKlLLINuis, .k Su.in ro.-M-O In th :trrut :turt ) L't Sail. County, HI , J'tn wiry T'rtn, PUilnia M. U,T,ritliIo r. l.FnN th Ilattninn. Ofi llnn num, Aufttii H. Munmim rnl Jnhn f. Vj.iorM'r"ft. Jn AWirtmut. m(tti'l, Kjtr if hTfhv Kiv-n to yiU. tht mil fii.iN-Tti lit Tin mid. s. Hinnum, Austin II. Hhhoiiiti an1 .John I1. W . t.!i rrnft, tht a writ of uttiw htnefit han b-vu mini nut of tti itlflrr uf (h i !rk f th ( iri utt 'nrt i.f hu rotmty i.f (a Satlr at tHe uit f thf nail Phikn.a M. Hyi.l'1r ami (n;tit thf ntafr of yu, tht Kut. KtiznU-tli Hrtnnum, (it.n . IHd mm, Athtin It. H annum and John f. WoJim.h( nff. fur fvn tmwlrwl aii'I niLftv-fniir and 5V rifulara. tMiifli. tnUTfv-t, limtl fottti Sheriff of naiJ county tt !(, which mhJ nf lias bfn rtiirnfl by find hl.prilT rxti tiin aa hftvmc !ri-il ifn th int"r"t of John I . W'v!(iM rf in thr hi ftnd that par: of SWv (,f hrrrinn la. 1 . 4t 1. ly tiifL'ajit of titv l;Ubou l ntr:il KailroaiJ, Ij .t cULljr. Illinotii. Now. onWa Ton. the aaii KHrah-th II innnin. fill 8. TlannuiTi. Austin H. llarinuin ami John P WtK.lin:rrofi, Phall personal jr r" an! acinar rw-ff.rr th floruit t-nrt f aid rountr 'Ki Uir flrrt Cy of m neit term tbemf ta br hoiUfn at ottaaa. in aaia count if, on thr -rhn MrniaT in tti month of Jarmarr tint, iriv anrclal hat) ai d nlra. to rh ajii.o. jHVnifil fnti-rwl atririt yu In favor oi inr nun ptumiiii iiiu hit- jtrujwnj tiiw n-fi "'in i" wtitMij thttame, tthinM. Ii. W. HOl.MK.. C.rrk. Ottawa, 1. itnoi. NnTfn-WrWtb. 1XTK. Hivrt Or?.?, PlatDtilt Atturncy. nov9-3w OFFICE STATION Eli V, S3"V5Sf of the brat qaallty.at rraannaolvprkva.at innag St liap nac's. weatol ih'tonrt HoaaSqr ' illawa III. 1HCH t-.T nO'KM. ThcDacatKDCllsk.Gcr icaa aa4 Aasrrlcaa 1 a Uc Boss. i OSVAM BaVPEMA.1 MEAT MARKET, WlsceUaneous. NEW FURNITURE STORE One Door West ol M. Kneuniira, ON MAIN STREET. Mv stock Is Kntlrely New. ami consists of a Fall Line of Furniture, neiirooin m-is, ihmis-i ases, i.nmii-i.oi, .i tresses. Ornamental 1 al Its. Chairs, ami a Uoiisehold Furniture. olhiT kinds of PKICES TO SL IT TF1E TIMES, And satisfaction guaranteed In all ease" 1 Ti i i Hi ih t on short net re. In the ls.t "Hie WOKK lONK auu quality ut work. i'iciM-evrwi, c. pieasecaii ottuwu, iH'i. A lHiiJ.-ly F. II. JtKHTMAX. TO THE LADIES. Any onfl wishing to leiirn Tln Art tit' C'utniin their own and Children's Clothlnit can receive thorough ill- struetUiiisl'yriillliiK on M rs, I. M. Hivintu, Corner of Coluiahus and Main streets, over P. Oodfrry'a store. This System Is -nt i i.-ly new. Measures taken like that of tailors and a perfect tit is secured without charge. Those Interested In this matter should call soon, as this will be your only chance to net a perfect system very cheap. Af.-. inn wmitoul. Persons of (tnod business capacity can clear from one to three thousand dollars a jcur. Ottawa, Nov. 1, 1S: filuos MliS. J. M. (lll'STA. BRUOK'S Main Street Boot and Shoe Stoie, A few doors west of 1st National Hunk. A (food stak ulwavs on baud. Kspeclal attcntlen given to crsTosi W0KK. Leave your iiieasure-a fit always warranted. A Good Veal Kip Boot Made to Order for $5; A Fine Calf Boot from $5 to $7. C obbllns' done in the best style on short notice. Ottawa, Sept. 1:1, lH79.-mos PHI UP HUfCK. Abstracts of Land Titles. MONEY LOANED, Notes, Mortgages and Real Estate liOl'ulIT AXII SOLO. TAXES PAID, TITLES EXAMINED AND PERFECTED. HiivIik; the only set of Abstract Honks ot I-ands and tot In 1.H Salle county, we ara prepared to furnish eoniplete and reliable Abstracts oh short notice, nt reasonable rales. SlIKHMAN LELAX1) & CO., AuK. 2. Opera Ilouie lllock. OTTAWA. 1808 1880. I" 1 1 1-3 MISSOURI REPUBLICAN Its Flag and Emblems. Democratic Trincipics and the In terests of the West and South. A Journal fer the Home Circlo, the Office, the Store and the Counting-Koom. Prosierity will attend the Missot ni I!kim iii.ica.s. Kur Tlvluc the mallec of enemies and the rivalry of competi tors, lis coun-c continues onward nnd upward. Wholly no scathed, it lias passed throiitfb'warH, conllacrsllous, eras of business depression, political proscription and periods of public corruption; and now it points to Its past conserva tive, pnarressiTC, honorable rccurd as an earnest of Ita til ture. Plunderers, Bchemers, disturbers of the peace, de stroyers of llu'Kood name of the state uud their kind will be lashed as heretofore. Those w ho assist to build up, pro mote and advance the eonimcrcli.1, miiiiufactttrliiKiini! ncrl cultural Interests of the Mississippi Valley will be applaud ed and encouraged. The Hki'IHI.ican will aim to unify and make solid the peaceful, not partisan, kbjecls that must hereafter nia;e the attention of the people of the West and South. It will seek to allay sectional bitterness, in stead of arraying section against section. It will war against Kadicalisui of all sorts, holdiiiK that the safest channel Is between the f itrriiirs. It will oppsse I!f pudlatlon and ad vocate Honesty III regard to debts. It will favor a sound currency sulllcirnt for the purposes of business, and suited alike ta the debtor auil creditor classes. It will steadily ad vsjate attention by the Kcneral (p'Vcriiisent to the subject ol land an 1 water transportation, at least to the point of equality In behalf of this section with the North and Kist. In the Presidential canvass of IssO it will support Ihe nomi nees of the nutlonal Democratic convention, coulldent that they will be worthy; and with the same belie! it will pro mote the success ol the Democratic candidates for state. Congressional and local olllccs. Thus, with a programme In accordance with the llxed principles of ears, and Willi a mission In In form, to educate, the ItKCL iil li AX puis forth lis Prospectus for !su. All the news from every iiiartfr, csrrplliii: the uicreij sennillonal and prurient from the slums and purlieus of vice-all the b'-st current literature - the uio-t careful and relia- I ble p-porta i.f political, i o ninercia!, Iluaiicial and l e al cvanta Ihe linportaut doings of coiiresn and of the Male legislatures -together with editor.ul eoiuineiiia by a corps of able writers -will col.tinue to be its leading features. Friends of the paper, who feel Interested in the circulation jf sound, conservative DenuK-r.ilic views, and who appre ciate a reliable, painstak uft ainlly .loun.al, are respect ful ly ssk' d to eu rt themselves In this brlisll .11 their i-eiei al neighborhoods Subscription Prices of tlic RejantJlican. DAILY. 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Including sutr and county, and address GEORGE KNAPP & CO., St. Louis. J1I0. j (W Single ropirs for sale and subscriptions received by Osatan A Hapeinn,Otua, Illinois. I Tit I AIIDV CUT The Tysdal Elastic-Lock Barbed Fence Wire, Manufactured and sold at R K. l'KV KY'S HAliHWAKK ...i i in I,, ,i l.v ii,.. ., ti,i is ii, e 1 1 tics interested can h ani prices terms, Ac, by addrehiii I Tlic City Kailwuy, C'liicnijo, works 4.7(iO liorscs. liead what Supt. SQU I IvES has to say : We use exclusively JI liittier's Liniment. It will pay nil owners of hor ses to call or write. U. II. SQUIUES. Supt. C. C. li. Co. The Express Company works o70 liorscs. Head what Supt. KNIGHT lias to say: I have been using Liniment on tlic horses of the Jmerican, and U. S Com finies' stables for 24 years. 1 have never met any that hud one-tenth-the merit of MVtittier's Liniment. Our stables ure. open; cull nnd see for yourselves. KX1GHT, Supt. U. S. Exp. Co. The Trausfer Co. of Chicago work 74 horses. Head what VM. YOUNG & CO. have to say : 124 Michigan dve.-Whittier's Liniment should be in every barn, II has real merit. The contractors for clenniti"; the city work W4 horsed. Hear hut C. T. Hotehkiss & Co. have today : Whittier's Liniment will cure, more horses in one day than All othevs in a month. C. T. 110TC11K1SS CO., Street Cleaning Cont'rs. Scratches, Greased Heel, Thrush, (.ailed Spots from any cause, heal up in from two to three applications, and you can work the horse every day, and you can cure him at the same time. It will take out all inflammation in a few moments. There is no l.cniiMly on earth that equals Whittier's Liniment for Uheuinutism. It will have the same efUrt u; n the human Piles, Scrofula, Scald Head, Catarrh, Pimples or Blotches on Face or Body, Old Sores or l-resh Cuts. Price 50 cents and one dollar a bottle. FOR SALE HY E. V. KUKS, OTTAWA, ILL. TIE SDH FIB 1 Tiik Si n will deal wllh the events of the year lsi) In Us own fashion, now pretty well underst I by everybody. I'rniii .limitary 1 until December 111 It will be coudiiclcd us a newspaper, wrltien ill the KnijUsh lHiimuw, and print ed for the people. As a newspaper, Tiik rt II believes In nettiUK all the news of the world promptly, and presc ntlntf U In the most intei llUihle shape- tlic sliaH-tlial will suable Its ri -adeis to keep well abreast of the up- with the Icu-t unproductive cipi ml ilure of time. Tlic ifri Hirst Interest lo the irreulest number -that Is, the law controlllnit Iih daily make up. It now has a circulation very much larner than that ol any other Am-er lean newspaper, and enjoys an Income which It isut all times prepared to spend liberally for Ihe bciictlt of Its readers. 1'coptr of all conditions of lire and all wu.vs of thlnkiiu; buy and read Tiik Sin; and they all derive siillsfacllon of some sort from Its columns, for they keep on buy inn and rcadiiiK It. In Itscoinnieals on men and affairs. Tint Si n hclicu-s that the only guide of policy should be common sense, In-mill-i ll In L'eniiliie American principles and backed by hon 38 esty of purpose. For this reason it Is, and will conlinue to tesult in re establishiiiuthe Uovernment of this country on be, iibso utely Independent of party, clan-, clliiie, orimnla- n. principles of Its cimstitiitiousl founders, or in Tia tloh or Interest. 11 Is for al', but of none. It a III continue mi.im). . TrMM uf . stales to the Fedcra to praise what is irood anil reprobate what Is evil, bikini! i..-ir thai iih l.iiiLMiaire is lo the poiiii and nlais. beyond the possibility of being iins'itiili-rst I. II Is iiuinlliieiiced hr miilives t'luit do ii.il appear on me iirfuei.; it has no i.pln - Ions t sell save those which mav be had hv any purchaser will, t wo cents. IV hul.-s Innislli-e and Reality even inure than It hati a iiniieeessarv vvuros. It aliliols irainls, pun s fools, nnd deplores nln n pooim of every speciss. D will continue tlirolighi. lit Ihe n ar iHSOIoeliaslIsS the llrsl class, li.siruct the .ei-o.iil, and ilisi-oiinti iiani-e the third. All h-ui- est men, with honest conviction", whether sou.. d or mis take... are Its friends And Tiik M n makes no Ii.ii.ck i.f telling the truth to its filelnls and alioilt its frl.-nils wl.enev - er '.. .'iisllin arise, fr pMIn speaking. These are the principles upon which IiikScs will Ik- coh'llli'teil during the vcur to ei.ll.e. he vear sm w ill he'oin- It. which no patriotic American can alf.inl lo cl hi eves to piihlic ntl ilrs. It is impol - ble to exaggerate the importance of ihe political events Which It a:m It. store, or the lieeessllv ol resolute vigilance II Hie ...111 ofeverv citizen who ilisires in preserve me riiiuint that the fainoers gave u. The ilehatcs and j nets of Congress, the utterances oflnc press, ti e exciillig cat. sts .,1 the li. piilihean and Detnocrat.c parlies, no , ru-e, .nut In stn-iiL'tl. lliri.iiL'hiiul the i Mlilitl v. the varv Ivg drift of public si iitlun-nl. w i'i ul' bear ilirectly nn.l ef- fectivelv lipoll the IWe.itv r....r.h . re.l.leni.ai i- eci.i.li. I.i I." liehl In u i-utlxr. F. in V eats ago text Nov en i her the will of lhe li'ltl. ill ase.viilisse.j nt Hie polls, w is tliwarti il by all aiiMininalili-1 splracv. the promoters atnl b.-ni-tli iaries of which still ln.l.l the .-It tliev stole, vvim me crinieol H ,K he r.-p.-lle.l ill 1'-"' The Oast dec ule "f ve Irs opened W Itll 11 Cntrilbt. I-XIUIV Igllllt UlilJ IllsOii'lit A 1 1 1 1 1 1 ll Isl .'al H 'II Intrcni Led at Washington. Tnr !-i v 1 i I -"in. I l.llig t.. w-inl illsiiiili.;.!. the iaiiii and breaking U" bower. Ill same ineii are n..w intriguing to resbire tie-it i i'.er : in! , themselves lo pi. ii i-s from which tlnv wireilu'li I Hi. I in. Ilgtiatlon of the people. Will thi-y .in I J Tl e 'n;t g fear will bring the aii-wers to these lieinn lib-u- ipi. -tloiis. 'I II K M N Wl'l be on huni! to eh rolllcb- t he fin t- i- Hi' V are i ii-reoii'.. anil to exhibit them clearly and !e.ir;csl) III ; their r.-bitisns lii i xpedu-iiey ami right. j Ti .. ,. i. .. I. ..!... ,f ..I.I 1. .... I.O.I ii, .oil I II mor in ! u.l: I IlL- i si the 'tin. or atrurs i.f i.fe. and iu tnnit tl;,iir- a -t, a.lf.ist cirircieConsVinlMoiragaols, 'I'm !:gg!s-ors! Imk'mv Is prepared to write a truthful, lii-trucilie, .rtid at the same time enterial.il. ig history or i i. our rocs -t siiiihi T.prion remain inn tiaegcit ror rue Dally M v. n four-page -h.-.-t of . wi tit v-eight columns, tin price by m i. I. post;. aid. is rr cents a month, or x. ;.."t i i Vi. r ; or. It i ll. ill ng the Mi.nl.iv paper, an -;g!il jeige s'l.-el of' nttv sn ...hiii, us th.. ,,ri,-,. is cent a nnnith, or 57 .7 1 1 a war. postage paid. I he Mill. lay coition or Ins M v Is s.so iiir.iisni'n si-.a-riitelv l si I .' -i vnir, po-lage paid. The pill .- of the WVkM St elg.it pag. .. f1P-alX Col Ulliti". I I ll ear. p. .stag" paid, l-ir rill! J "I t'tl si-nd-ilig si I II m- wi:) -ei .1 an extra copy flee. Address I. W. MNtiliAND. Publisher i f Tiik St s. New Voi k I tty. Jr Sit gli- epics f r s.r and stibscripiiolis tece.veil by o-ioaii A Mais-loan. Ottawa. I i.nois. The Best Reading fcr the Family. i r.sir November Wide Awake 'or 1-" !'r-.speeds WIDE AWAKE. ly si'-.t HI ii Your. An I'li.strate.l M ig-l-cm f .r ..ting lVo(r and ti e r .iri.iv. n- BABYLAND. A I'.ctoria' Moiith'y f .r V.-rv i l.ifie ro s- l inly no j '. ut-. .1 I'l'.ir. be w.i.K Aw" k V lt j.,., the tl.i g P. an' the rMMre,.'. aklt.g hsnrs .th .'-i'.-M. and give tl.i :u I. ip.) dry llns at night ." - II' i,"'' if i mv rxpt. l.ltt e tin- vear ..l i f orlv dan rea with loy . if ' i a Xfi-tli.Ut preach! r' lllllghter I w hen sh. ..-.-s lllSHIMi It is a noble, g-iii.l work. !,, make glut the he irs of the little iii.rs- and ili-iav a fnth-r u.. motiter will bb'sa the pnbiis tiers ."- ' nf.m.rr .t.o-o,-.!.. Agi'nts w anted evarvwhere. Libera! cash commissions. S"i.d lo rci.u for sample o.p.cs. out lit. term, etc. Address, D. loTHlinl' Co.. 1't in.isitKRs. ICJ Fraukll-i St., Hostoti, Mass. If Single c..p. f-.r sal-- and ul-c rtptbuia n-rlved t-y ti-aoau llaiiclliaii. Ottawa, liiili-.i-. Harx-aian's. west of Um Court HoasaNjuax FfW PI'tVTIVfl ror rine Bnk and Jot lt 1 lsJ. X ix-I. rrtntlnc . to Oamaoal Hapeaaaa'i west of tat Court Hoaav Uxiaara. IlLANK HOOKM.HTATIONKIU I ASI rKIk'TIVu) furolsbsd promptly at rnwonabtr pncea r O.llf.Vsf tfJAJr I A. 4 1IKPHKSHNTH AND STOVK STOCK, i-sst of Court House. Hi - Hi lis well as the hi si I arheil Wire now on .! Hox yilUl, Oiiiwu, III. is tll imoa FOR SALE. Two lurire, coinlortiible Houses, with barns; one hftna known ie the Hamcs property, on Superior street, situated 011 I mi I, 2 uud li. lllock 111, Mute's Addition to Ottawa; the other the residence of the luteolles W. Jackson, situated 011 bi'ls 1 iind J, lllock 14, Orfcn's Adilllinn to Ottawa. A rare chance lo liuv cheap Inquire of K. 0. S Ir r. omiiwu, November 21, INVJ.-tinos 1 J I lonioi-i'iitH everywhere should Inform themselves carefully ahKe of Olfaction of thalr iarty IhrounhoiU tlw country and of the lnoveairnts of their Republican oppo nents. A fiillur to d this III ltttl contributed (rreutly to the loss by '.he HciiKH racy of the fruits of vlctoiy Talrly U oil Ht till polls. Tin- y.ie 1 1- wo promises to tie one of the most In tercsttiiK nnd Impurfiut years sf this crowded Slid eventful century. It will witness a Presidential clccttsm whloh may I power. No intelligent nuin can regard such an flection w ith ludllfi rem e. Tin- World, the only dully Eng- , v.. v,i- iiU I ll'h newspuiu-r piih'.shcl In the city of New ork whlih doctrines of constlti.tlol.nl Democracy, will ' fU ti.. r.., , ,. Hcmis-ratlc party In this great can- ' Vllhll t will vi 1 1 ! 1 1 n In no spirit of servile partisanship, but , t temperately and llrmly. As a newspais'r I In- urliU j i........ . o. '"'"'K the organ of no man, no clldue and no Interest. lb .,r(.M.Ilt ,,. ,-uiest and the fairest picture It can make of I ,.,.,, (t. ,,shi;1j blsiorj In the city. Ihe Mate, the country 1 , ud the world. It will iilm hereafter, as heretofore, at ac- I No man. i uirivi i"i'ui -. - however hutiihlc, shall ever be permitted truly to complain , , IM he has hei n unliistlv dealt with In the colinnns of Tlic - , w,,,-!,!. No interest, however powcrfu!, shall ever 1 ; pi Tin it ted truly to boast I hat it i ol i I..- w u-i.i. ran silence the lair criticism During the past year 'l int World has m'cii lis dally cin uliitioii trebled and its weekly circulation pushed far beyond that of any other week!) in wspaiH-r in the country. This great Increase has been won, as 'Flu- World lie lleves. by truthfulness, enterprise, ceaseless activity in col lecting news and unfaltering loyalty to itself and to Its read ers in ileal lug with the quest Ions of the day. It is our hoe , and It will be our endeavor that Tin. World's record j for Ism. may be wri.ten in t .ppn.batiou ..,.1 the support of many thousands more of new readers In all parts of this Indissoluble t'nion of Indestructible Matis. Our rales of subscription remain unchanged, anil are as follows: D.il'yaml Mn dnys, one jear. f 10; six months, fo.JK. thr-.r months. HT. Daily, without Sundays, one year. '; six months, H a three nioiiths. IJ 'J5; less than i! tiioiiths, 1 a month Tnr St mhv Wuhlp, one year. ti. Tiik Mnvnvy Worn. p, ci iitalnliKt the I'.is.k Kevir anil College Chro.ic-ie. one year. Jl &l. Tiik Skmi Weicmv Wuki.ii (Tuesday and Krid.iys Ia Dm i.x lis a )esr. To C'Lt'B AoTs Au extra copy fur club of ten; the Daily for club of twenty Ove. Tiik Wkkklv Woki.ii ( Wcd-sda)TO lixt Dollar a jear. To CM n AiittvTs- An extra copy for club of ten. he Setnl-Wcekly for club of Jo, the Ial!) for club of V. sisecitncu r.umtirr writ free on appltcafinn. Terms t ash. Invariably in advauce. Send sist ott'.ce niom y order, bank draft or rvitered ! Iter. Hills at risk of the sender. a s pkcTaiT offer. Siiti-cnts-ri w ho send fl for a )ear's subsc ription N'foif Decei.its r ;S w III nx-eive Tlio Weekly World from "'' ""' '" "f subnpticu TO MARCH 5, 1SS1. This will include the I residential campaign and the Inaugu ration of the next President ild utvcrihers w ho send us f 1 before Deceuiber 2a, ftr a renewal of their subscription for will receiTO Tl W.-.-l.ly World to March 5, 181, xvlthont missing a iiunilH-r. This Offer Will be Withdrawn DECEMBER 29. Take a.Ivanta.-f of It at once. Subscribe at once. Kenef at ance. Addrws TIIK WCKH US lark Kow, New York, if gtnjfle copiea ft.r sale and tubsrrtptlun rwlTrd by tannan A Hanrnian, Otuwa, llllnola. BLANK 1J00KS. EXSSlXi ly aca at fair pr Ice, as rasa Barer maa'a, 11 La Usui rrta .roBB s At THE WOELU IB