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XT XTTAWA FREE TRADE!.,; IsATUHDAY, AUGUST 26,. 1882. 3 CREAM OF OUR EXCHANGES A bot spell H-o-t. A war poet A tilim-baril. ' A nod man Who sleeps !'u church. x A bullet dancer satd she did nut earn hor Itv Inn, but taut ber pas supported hut. Hawkey. Nttuckct bas a clrl pilot only 17 years old, Knows all ths boys In the souud, you can bvt. "Thi" dug seoms to be attached to mo," as the follow said when the mastiff had him by the lack of Lis pantaloons. Xbe Ittrr Omin, after a column long disserta tion on llicl, comes to the Iiunsbian conclusion .- "Either the fly Is to be encouraged or means tak en to exterminate h!m." Ths lumbermen have advanced prices again. People will uot much longer be able to atford wooden coffins. Jiuffalo tipmi, A Jersey veteran Is claiming a pension and seventeen years' arrears on the ground of "chronic laziness, contracted in the army." Talmage la dls New Kngland. itself that no country is entirely exempt from annoyances. The druggists ot Iowa are allowed to sell al cohol "for artistic purposes,", and some of the old topers get It under that excuse in order to paint their noses. Beef is going down in price. A banker went to market this morning, and after paying for a roast had enough money left to hire a boy to car 17 it home. Among the notables at Long Branch is Road Cominlf sioner Hayes, of Fremout, O. Mr. Hayes will be re mem be re i as having resided in Wash ington from 1076 to 150. The Norrifttown Herald hears a rumor to the effect that the proceedings to the late sessions of the Concord school of philosophy are to be wansiaiea into fcugusn. rhtiwietprua . In a dispatch from Asliby, Minn., it is stated that "hundreds of threshing machines are at snensing acrobatic tocology in New Kngland should consols 'THE KING'S BUSINESS." I view, Klowly and uiiulely out of the vllluj.-e wandored poor halfwitted Nat that pleasant summer alternoon. He had no particular des- hubuuu, oniy goiu' some wacre" his reply always to any question in regard td his move ments. During tho morning lie lia l been piirad ing the village street, his hat triuiuieil luxuri. antly Willi leathers, while he snuinli'd forth his praises through the medium of a tin horn. VI course ho had Htnaeled attetitiou. A hiiihII army of urchins had surrounded him. front and rear, and he had taken the shouts mid teasing remarks tor applause and admiration liut now his grandeur was gone. One by one his followers had forsaken him. until at last he was left "alone in bis glorv." and with noor -ini, iikb mo rest 01 us, what Uoe glorv Biuuuiu 10 wueu mere are none 10 witness 7 And so he moved onward in his drifting. uncertain way across the creek at the edge ol me village, uo iue 11111. until b sstu wart lorm stood out agaiust the sky, for Nat was strong in body though weak in mind; tuou he passed down the other side to where the road entered a forest which stretched for miles away. It was here quite lonely, Out Nat fancied this. Ho occasionally liked to escape from human voices and human habitations, to get awav bv himself and talk with the birds and trees and flowers. Here in tho wood the wild vagaries of bis brain found full play. Here no one dis puted his claims to greatness, no one denied his being a noted general, it gifted orator or musiciau, when fancy seized him to be such. Nat always had "greatness thrust upon him:" he was never an ordinary man in his own esti mation, anu tie was not now. But on this occasion a new fancy had taken possesHion of Inni lie was on business tor the King. What King or what was the particular business he did not precisely kuow. but be had derived his idea from various sermons he had heard at tho village church and Sunday school, which he attended with scrupulous punctuality through all weathers, and al though be understood but little ot the proceed ings, yei cuauce sentences had tastenud them selves on his sluggish brain. "I'm on business for the Kins." he nutter. wora near uere." .now is too itmo 10 organize eu, reacuiug up nis great, strong band and n artificial limb association In Ashby. The news comes from Omaha that "Woman's uress," an Indian chief, Is to be arrested. Ths noble red roan should remember that Mr. Jeffer son Davis still has rights which Indians are Bound to respect. VM. Tribune. wrenching a huge overhanging branch from us piace ami speeuuy converting it Into a walking stick, "ies. I'm on business for the King, and the Kiug of all around here, the birds, the trees, the flowers and the bumble bees. He sent me, tie did. Parson said so I'nllicr Siiiiiluu Ifu ai(.t tka CT.K.. ...... ..... it.- ,.tj - i ,. . . ... , , , ....... ..j . .w nm iug iviuu n:u( out Ills HOW far is It to Mnvnnl " kHit WHrIi'd I .oJU.... . ... .,. f, . Irishman, who was going" there afoot. "Seven S I I; .!!, SI.T miles," was the reply; "whom do you wish to e n T 1ce ml WMn 1 10 ,Mke see there?" "FaltbVlt's meielf I' lolk to see mTy in ,hclf pUM? nor no,am' there," was the retort. Phil. OvH. Gues8 IIe ienl ne, cu I hain't got no mon ey u uaiu 1 uau noinin' to eat an day." A dbpatch from Corry, Pa., sayn that a heavy Ho strode oa ward murmuring his thoughts white frost fell in that vicinity last Saturday M be went, until after a time be came upon night. Inasmuch as none of the Adams family 1 8 PUhlic road which ran through the wood. A have visited Pennsylvania receatly no explana- placw21 1fu,ne1 free by the roadside at- tion of the phenomenon is apparent. r.""" William Montgomery, an Ohio veteran, bas were filed upon the printed character ih tin. asked to have his name dropped from the pen- He of a cow-bell was hear down the road. . 1 .. ion list, as he bas recovered from his disability. ou presently a cow came into view, followed Coming from an Ohio man this Is doubly re- ?y lne.20rt.turu"ngure and round, freckled markable. I face of Tommy Brock. Tommy was flourish. a The paragraphed are making fun of the way k Zf nmwrhS.rl nl? " Alvce Carlvsle. a western wr?nf ... ..n. '"'P. bet iu pwper homeward direction. her name. But the gvrl has a rvght to anetl vt ctB UP exclaimed : In that y Be jfsbe wants to. Syrantu Herald. "eo.atI What are you doing here?" An Iowa ludire remand a wnmin a t tnnu I .L j, ' "K - ' -...w m 1 1 1 i-n I IV which she wanted because her husband kissed "On buainesa for who- hjIibH T,m,m i ; i 1. , 1 - wvwv j , ,u - f..-j ... no im nag uu(uk hi ueisurprioe. a way to thankful that ber tusband had found keep a servant girl. The endurance of the delegates to an Illinois Congressional Convention, who held out for op posing candidates through 1.521 ballots, is Draia eu oy iue unicago Timtn In view ot the fact "Their labors were prosecuted amid th 1 wierd accompaniment of the newly organized f ?8' , hn0!l.1 know '!" cried Nat, brass band of the town." "Ulti1?Iy;. "Tho K,ln, ??J '"ke no moDey I flltV tint It tl1 C I A n 1 f 1J..I.I t.L.. I. . r "iu no u mao aeer ui me. "for the King. vHe sent me." said Nt again. "I hat's 11 is orders there, I take it." pointing to the placard. "What is it. Tom my V "Thnt Why. that's only an advertisement answered Tommy, his ayes opening wider s praia- answereu tommy, his ayes opening wide tthat with astonishment. "It says: "Go to Tracey'i 1 olid R' siuare mt.' lnir.rf "yus-1 ItuowU it! I know'U it!" cried Nat rj. - What is home without an oil can? What is home without a poker What is home without a woman And a man to hug and choke her? What is home without a garden, And a faithful wife to make it, And a darling whom the parents Both can often take and shake It? Uottrm Star. uit uuiuu uj eai, anu lie u take leer or me. lie says 'Uo,' an' I'll obey orders." and in. siantly his tall figure was moving swiftly down the road. Tommy gazed after him a minuin in h. wildered sileBCe. and then exclaimwl m. puaucaiiy, as ne turnea away: "My 1 but ain't he cracked !" tvitu rapid steps Nat hurried torwimi b ii j I 1 anwlnir tlmtr vnrn finnHmttviMl sprung qulkly to the ground and hastlnud into the totst. "Close Siavu that, as neiu' us wo was hid there all list Highland all day till now," Mid one. as licpti.shed ttgougti tliu uinlcrbru.-t. "lea; thongut as once them mill chaps whs emu m to look, responded the other. "GixmI fo; V111 as they didn't, an' took 11 1 for rut3; 'caiie the p'lice be oil the lookout low, an' we d n't want to use no shootiu' irons an' make llitigs too hot. We must move out live ly from acre, Hill." ( "Not nil we get that Vro pension," tin stye-r ed Hill.siguitlcautly. "That layout wen: as lint at pitched at us, an lt d be a pity not to take it. 'Sides, tho gov'ment owes He n peusloi for all the time I've lost in j?ii)satid prisons, an' this 'ere's a good chance M get iL I knows wh'?re the crib is, 'cause we flop ped there last week forsomethin' to eat; don't you micd? tins teller that owns it -cre there at the time, there is uooody but a wo man an two little una, and they re easy lived, ana there ammo otner nouso men. ' "lilt there s that 'ere other cuap as said he was a gain' there?" ilun ? lie s crazy, and if he goes tlicaj ut all he'll only st p a bit and move on. A tan on the Head 11 settle niui, anyway, if be s tkere tut tucn he won t be there." During this time Nat was not idle. His tall torn, with long ami steady stride, was ihas. teeing forward "on business for the King," It lid not occur to ijiin what be should do Vhen ho reached Trocey's, and had been supplied with tood. At present he was "obeying or- uers, anu oeyonu mat nis tuougnt uiu not go, It was, indeed, a long walk he had undertak en, and it was Just at dusk that he reached his destination. The Hall-Way House was a lime ly hostelry, situated at the intersection of two roads, with no other house iu sight, and whs a common stopping place for persons passing to and from the city. Nut stepped boldly upon the broad pis.za iu front, and with All cu sciousuess of his right walked uuhesitatuigly into the pleasant sitting room. Mrs. Tracev came 'orward to meet him. , "Why, Nat, Is that you?" "Yea'ui," he answered, gravely. "I was told to come here an' get a square meal. The King sent me." "The King sent you? Well, I guess I'll have to give you a supper then." said she. "And, by the way, Nat, did you see my hus band on the way here ?'' "Ycs'ni ; aud be said for me to tell you he' be home to.morrer uigbt, and for you not to be uneasy 'bout that money." "O, dear! 1 did so hope he'd come home tuts evening." she sighed. dbe was, indeed, uneasy on account of the money in the house. She had slept but little the preceding night for think iug of it, and bad worried about it ail through the day. and now another lonely night was before her. As she was preparing supper for her guest annth er thought came to ber. Could she uot induce Nat to stop there for the night ? His notion of wandering made it an uncertain request, aad even 11 ne remained, witn nis Declouded in- tolled he could not be depended on in case of trouble, aim he would be company, and per. naps lie mignt aia ner sae prayed lor that if she needed help. "Nat," she said, as she poured out a glass ot niiia lor mm, -won 1 you stay here to-night?' "I don't know whether it be orders," he an swered uncertainly. "Parson said the King sent out His messengers, and they wasn't to take no money nor notnin' to eat, and I don know if it be right to stop." "O, yes tt is," said Mrs. Tracer, catching at once the train of his thoughts. "1 heard what the parson said, too. When a King's messen ger entered a bouse he was to abide there that is to slop, Don't you remember?" "les'm; that's his orders. I'll stop," he however, could Induce bun to accept any re ward for his services. Tho royal command was to iaKe no nrean, no money in his purse, ami ue wouiu noi. Hut Nat did not lack friends after that. He still continued his wandering, anil, as the sto ry spread, homo ami hearts wero open to bun ererywiiero. nut it was at Tracey's that he was more especially welcomed, and as !hu years came and went it was noticed that his visits became more frequent ami his stays more prolonged. Indeed, as Tracey expresses 11: ''He'll got Ins orders to come here and die yet, I reckon ; and he's welcome to all the care wecan give him. And I just believethat away up in that other world we read about he II be as clear-headed as anybody, and In genuine earnest will forever tie 'on business for tho King.' "Our Continent. sid. A small stream in this county, which some 'Dlf,",K hl h"Ke ,tick 8Dd Iing to him ii. .... . " I Sul t H at htlSI tab An at. a I . ... 1 . . 1 years ago was al We with tadpoles and mud.tur- 8e"' m nw ,Ken ,ne Placard as a veritable lined to ask an an. proprlation of Hflo.OOO to Improve it. Xorrit- (own jjeraia. ties, has been permitted to drv uo iust because command to go to Tracey's. and thitherward , uuruimnuer 01 congress reiused to ask an he directed his steps. It was uot the first time be had been there. On previous occasions wnen ne nau passed that way he bad been A New Haven man has been arrestn.ifnrhr.aV. a'nuiy treated by Airs. I racev. and DerhaiM Ing a ailk umbrella over hit wife's head, and the fh.at hlui ion:etbing to do with the alacrity of Danbury Xeim indignantly er,. .i,,,.. Th . " . "'". ue uunwiivu uown me road till it drought him to a small stream, on the bank of which stood h iiw mill Mr iv-....., the owner of tho Halt-Way House, was enirai?'. -.1 ,. . . . a ra eu bi wora uere, anu ue turned aside to speak W U1U1 travagant brute!" ne dropped my fare Into the box With gentle mien and winsome air. Black were his socks with purplo locks, .HulCunewP.M10),.r9. "I'm on business lor the King, aud I'm go. Ths most astmiUMnir Rin-V.fi tv;..bT..t.n k. I in1 tn vnnr linnai, h,. .,...,.,nn...i n...i. .1... ,11.. -F,.-f- .-.- mntoiaui iu., I j " uv .uiiiiuuvcil Wliu HID Ullf- . , .tJ.. I . . . . . nlMul j. .. . O m yuicm iiioiuc uan ever imu CdUSU to DlUsb lOr, S''V iubi uciungeu to niS royal COIU are the following, found in thit n..fn n tu... mission. ocraf,of Aug. !5, 1SS2: -Quo. Osrdeld. a corre , "D b"H"eaa for ,ue King.and going to my spoudni note,, now receives hundreds of news- , JPT lhe T'" ."Pressed, paper, with the article. nrkM r.,f, , "J, ' e . Men, 1 recauu mat s a uign uonor to me He is gaining an experienca as aa exchange You've got a tramp afore you, though. Nat a rAailnr anil alt Ll.iJ. . I.. I. 11 .. n ' , u nil niuui in ti L'OriCUlO 1TB UUCaOU SS golHI seven uuies. the head of a great nation." "Gen. "I must obey orders," replied Nat, si ra ply Garibaldi's health has been entirely restored by mat s right obey orders. Well, If you his residence on the Genoese wast. He frequent. g',i "acey IN lie home to mor ly vlsiU the villages along tne shore in a canoe ZJ, f . m ' ' 7' . . 1)0 unuiu,y . --.m k.. iiV r , , canoe abnat that money bem' in the house 'cause or small boat His fr.enus believe that be will Ml see to it wheb I come " ' live ten years longer, at least. Tna Solkmn Post it. It was the solemn poet miin, Full haggard and forlorn, That came unto the editor One sunny summer morn. And placed within his jawslod band, That erstwhile in a mood Of loving kindness written bad Of foeman something good, Some manuscript, and seating then Himself in a cushioned chair, Spoke boldly out, tlrst smoothing down His tangled locks of hair. -I know full well," the poet said, "That oftentimes tt is The painful duty of your craft To run their little aciss- Ors through the thoughts of othnr men Which may not be expressed Within your columns as, purchance. An antiquated Jest Or verses on an oil-lamp death All these I know must fall . Beneath the awful bsn that spreads Above them like a pall. "But I have here a little thing. Quite touching in its war, That tells of rippling waters ' And the smell of new. mown bay; The bashful maiden's witching smile, The lowing of the kine, ?be meadows spangled o'er with flowers, he sunset most divine , Are also pictured by the use Of softly-sounding words. And over all there comes the sweet Low twittering of birds." ''Twas then up spoke the editor: "Tour scheme is good," he said; "Oir-tbe rippling water racket Tou are really uuite ahead. Bat the spangled meadow business And the blushing country maid , Have long since copyrighted been, And therefore I'm afraid That your story will not answer; Bat If you could oaly make - The maiden sweep the parlor It will simply take the cake." if ' The poet man was much downcast, An" lustre left his eye; Hs rose to go, and sadly said: I cannot tell a lie." "What money's that?" asked a fullow Ulan as Nat turued away. "My pension. My claim was allowed last week, and I got my money Ave hundred dot. lars yesterday, f was foolish not to put it in the bank right oil'- but I didn't, and I didn't have time to go to town yesterday I had to leave it at home. I reckon it's safacnmiffh though, till to-morrow night, and then" "Hist!" interrupted bis companion, sudden ly. "What's that?" 1 raccy paused to listen. "I didn't hear anything," he said. "1 thought I beard someone over there." pursued the other, pointing to a larire. hiuh pile of boards a few feet distant, the boards being piled in form of a squnre. with a large cnTiiy in iue center, -siost likely It was rats, luougn. More likely to be raU than anything else. mere s so mauy aooui here," answered Tracey, tueo ue auueu jocularly: "Mayw, tnougb, it's them burglars that's been nlavin' mis. chief 'round these parts for the last week or so maybe they're stowed away in that pile of lumber. My! it I really believed that I'd be uneasy myself, lor tne chaps would have heard all 1 said about my pension." "What burglars is that?" tuquired the other. "HUHi mirgiarsr vny, man, don't you read the papers? Why, only yesterday the 1 IT 1 t .1 . i , oueriu uuu uis uepuues roue oy my nouse on iue uuni lor mem. Last Saturday night they hroke into Lawyer Burke's house. In the Til lage, and carried off about a hundred dollars, and then on Sunday night they got into the railroad station, broke open the safe and made oil with about three hundred more. That's the biggest of their hauls, though they've en. terea several otner places." the conversation was continued on this topic for a few minutes and then dropped. Neither ot the men thought it worth while to investigate tne cause or the noise, and they pursued their work for a short time and were then called over to the ether aide of the mill. Justss thev disappeared a lace peered over the top of the board.ptlo from the inside, an other followed a moment later, an J presently two rough, villainous-looking men came into "And. Nat." pursued thu lad v. rnrUrad o& ger by her success, "there's another thing the n.iog sam you neara it at sunaay school. He said : 'Suffer little children to come unto me' that is, such little children as mine i here," pointing to them as they stood at her side. "And the King said, too: "Whoever shall offend one of these little ones it is better tor him that a mill-stone were hanged about his neck, and he were cast into the sea.' The King doesn't wish any harm to come to his little ones in any way you remember that?" "Yes'm," replied Nat, absently. "Well, then," continued Mrs. Tracev. driv. ing theconcluding naii into her argument, "if any oau men siiouia come nere to-night and trv . 1 . .1 ,i..l. ... . C. . - iu nun iue ur tuese nine ones mat Belong to the King, you would help us, wouldn't you ?" one waueu anxiously lor me reply. JNat looked at ber vaguely for a moment, and then his eyes wandered aimlessly around the room. aud then back to her. Finally he said quietly I.TI VI Till I . 1 . J iu i-king scui me. i ii ooey oruers. " How far he understood she did not know. anu an ner euori coum araw out no more defi nite reply, and with that she was obliged to be content. Aa the evening grew late she pro vided her guest with a sleeping place in an ad joining room, by throwing a tew quilts on the noor lor -ai wouiu sleep nowhere else and then she lay down without undressing on a lied beside Iter children. But it was a long time before sleep visited her troubled spirit. as lor in at, no inougut ot anxiety or worry for the future was on his mind, and he "slept the sleep of tbe just," and bis dreams were peaceful. But after a time those dreams be came disturted and discordant, a voice seemed to be calling lura from his King, and present ly he awakened with a start. Nat! help! Nat, the King wants vou!'' came in smothered tones from the other room. In an instant he sprang lightly to his feet. and grasping bis stick he strode forward and opened the door. Two rough, evil-looking .l , I . I . . . tl m . . ' iueu were lueie oue uoiuuig iurs. iraccv. me other tbe children, and the villains were evi dently trying to bind and gag their victims. As sat witnessed the scene bis tali torm seem ed to tower yet higher, and a strange, fierce ltgm gleamed rrom 'v eyes. I belong to the King!" he thundered How dare you oflend bis little ones?" At tins unexpected intrusion one of the burglars released his bold of Mrs. Tracey and prang lorwani wnn an oam to meet mm. liut it was in vain. The great stick was whirled n tbe air, and then came down with fearful force on tbe bead of tbe villain, and he sank senseless to the floor, The remaining burglar hastened to bis comrade's assistance, but be was like a child in the hands of a giant, and in a moment he, too, was helpless and motion less. Nat stooped and drew the two insensi ble forms toward him. "Now bring them ropes and I'll hang a" be pauseo, and left tbe sentence unfinished. But there ain't no mill-stones 'bout there to LubiIou Letter. (Iff fur EiyptTh Embarkation of Eng lUh Ctxtalry. ( Kitfular Corrwnondence.) London, Eng., Aug. 2, l&M, Trior to the departure of three strong squad- rons of Household Troopsone from each of tbe regiments of Guards the Price ot Wales yesterday morning inspected at the cavalry barracks in Albany street, Uegent's Park, two of theso contingents, each mustering one nun- dred aud fllty men. At halt past ten his Hoy al Highness, who was accompanied by the Princess of Wales and the Princesses Louise, Victoria aud Maud, drovo upon tho ground amid cheering which may truly be described enthusiastic 1 he scene was indeed one that will long be remembered by all who were spectators. So far from repressing a national and patriotic sentiment, the military author! ties gave tree ingress to all who could mnke any pretense to personal relationship to any of the departing warriors, and tho crowd on the parade ground was a very (urge one. Their Hoyal Highnesses were received with the usuil honors, tbe soldiers saluting and the baud ot the Horse Guards, conducted by Mr. Chas. Godfrey, playing the national anthem. Tbe Prince of Wales left tbe carriage and mounted his bay charger in order to inspect the troops on parade. lie wore a brigate jacket, with aiguiletteg and regimental cap, tbe undress uniform, in fact, of a field mar shal. During the inspection the band played the Coburg march, and afterwards, when tbe troops went by, first in squadron, then in fours and then in Indian file, tbe regimental marches which custom baa endeared to the msn were played. It may fairly be said that the troops looked magnificent, and fit to go anywhere. Tbe peculiarities of their uniform struck everybody as being well suited to the service. The martial helmet and cuirass, grandly imposing as they are on a full dress parade, were discarded. No burnished steel, except that of the swords, flashed in tbe clear, bright air. White turbancd helmoU of tbe light Indian pattern, now generally adopted throughout the army for service in hot coun tries, were the head-gear of both squadrons. Brown leather boots of the Blucher shape, with a swathing of serge, whtch wound around the leg, fastening at the knee, which is the Arab form of a garter, replaced the high jack-boots, or Hessians, as they are erroneous ly called. The two squardrons formed up in columns and were addressed by tbe Prince ot Wales, who congratulated them on their high Uuslnrss Catca. A. H. STROBEL, At the olit stand nf Btrotx'l a (iimilulf, uihhiiu I. Umliruy'i tore. Manufactures and .oils all styles of HARNESS, SADDLES A XI) FLY-NETS, And kiMipi In Mtocli a lull lmt of Hliuikots, Sheets, Whips, Itr uslit'8 AND (.THKY-COMBS, In Ia:? evttryttiliiR uiuhMv found In a tirst-clsss brai!iii Imp, all il which Im will mil t lhe LOWEST LIVING PRICES. Olv Mm a rill when anything Ii wsntnl. (Vila nuuu fiu'iim; C'olliira, snd iiuftmnteua tlmt ttiry will uut prow Injurtuui to liunct wearing I hum. Special Attention Paid to Repairing. Ottawa, III., February U. 18S0. H. SMEETON, DKaLtllt IN GAS AND STEAM FITtfGS. ALSO PLVMMSO Also Manufacturer of Iron Cornice, Sheet Iron Doors and Blinds, Booting, fte tW (1 Flxturci Ollilrrt ami Shirra niorod ami n'oalrrd At Jackaun A lock wixid'a old Hand, Main at. aprll FLOUR AND FEED, Lime, Salt, Cement. Stuoco. Plastering Hair and Also the LONDON Horse aud Cattle FoolI garrtasc Factors, OTTAWA CARRIAGE FACTORY. J.G. GAY & SON. PROPRIETORS. We have the Largest and Best Stock ot CARRIAGES IMIatiTONH, Wide-Scat. Top ami No-Top Bnpies. HUH CELKUUATKD TIMKENS' SIDE BARS, And Farmers' To-8eatea Bufrgiat, All of Our Own Manufacture, Which we will iHi a rlmap aa aol wl can beaold by any inamifaciurtjr in the-atate. Call and Examine Our Styles and Prices Before Pu-rchasini REPAIRING In Trimming, Painting, Iron and Wood Work Promptly attended tn and satlsfucttoD guaranteed. Factory One Block West or Post Omci. OTTAWA CENTRE Wagon and Carriage Manufactory A piepaiatlnn far m,. trior to anyeouJItlon powder over made. Oil Caka, Corn Meal, Ma, HAMILTON HILLIAKD, Feb. Il-tf ill Main atrm, Ottawa, III. H. O. STR AWN'S Lumber Yard AND PLANING MILL. Near the Illinois River Bridge. OK. J. B. WALKER. Oculist and Aurist Who haa pracrtcM In thla city tinea 1S9S, mar b cunanlted AT THE CLIFTON HOTEL. OTTAWA, Oa tha 11 rat Satnrttar af aacti moots, at folio wi: Saturday.. Saturday.. Saturday.. Saturday.. Saturday.. ..July 1, 1S83 .Aug, r, 1888 Sept. ii. 18SVi .Oi-t'r 7, 188S .Nov. 4. 1883 Saturday JJno. U. 1883 At all other tlra(af tan ! toe onlf place he Ttaita pro- feaatonaliir) be may be found la Cbtuwu. OFFICE AND DI8FZH8ABY 8i-DtoD St., N, W. cor. of Dearborn. GOLD. (treat c nance to make money. Thou who alwaya take advantage of the toMl chaucea that are offered, ven- erally become wealthr, while thoae wlio do not 1m Drove auchuhancca efficiency. nd Said that thnuirh thov hrl nn remala in r verty. We want many men. women, boy and uUI,reui,j, auu aaiu lull luuugu mey DSU not girla to work for uarlaht In their own localltlea. Anyone been Bent OUt OB active foreiirn aemra Tnr av cn do n worlt aroperly from the flint atrt. Tliebnalneaa . lumijuRiiiu) lur I will pay more than ten tlmea ordinary wagea. Kxpenalve lOOi; DeriCxJ It Was no fault o f thsira that outfit turnlahed free. No one who tniwi falla to make . . "" I money rapidly. Too can devote yonr whole time to the Dad not gone tO tbe front before. He added I "rk, or only your apare momenta. Full Information and . I ail luai ia uocuuu acui irw. auureHoii.njfl vv.(iuo' uiui ue ii au every connaence in them and that land. Maine. , uovu big one regret was that be could not go In tbeir company. After thla brief speech tbe i-rince spoke a few words of kindly leave tak- Ing to tbe officers for service, who dismounted and, removing their right hand gauntlets, ad vanced to tbe royal carriage and took leave of tb j Princess ol Wales It is well these warriors will not go forth to the Delta clad in those burnished cuirasses and pipeclayed breeches with which London ers are so fumiliar. A lighter and more suita ble uniform bas been served out to them, and England will send out no soldiers more eacer for distinction than the picked men of the three splendid regiments which last heard bul lets whistle at the battle of Waterloo. Their traoference from the barracks at Regent's rark to hgypt will be the strangest and most stirring episode in the lives of all those tng iisd soiaiera wno nave never seen active ser vice before. It is notorious that, in the Iron Duko's phrase, "tbe dandies always fight;" and it the Lite Guards are called upon to show their mettle, no doubt that, In Sir Fran- cis Doyle's words, it will be said of them "whea the shot poured close and hot, thei were good men and true." JOHN D. VETTE, Prop'r, OniSuDsrlor Street, near the old River House. Foa HarUx lnouiMu uiaar Important Inproramtau la bat aeUbllabmeBt, making It tka larfeet and aioat octal- late la tnacity, ue oaaeraagiieainTiHwi vat an aid olan daalrtu hv wuoaa or aid oaaa rapalrad. or wtauag Fine Family CarrlafM, Banta, Fhaatooa mm iMtaHiari nafou, OranrUlnrtn kit line, to tivektm aall. Alt work wat Ottawa, afav IStb. 187S. JOHN D. TITTI. RHIAOBB, BUOOIKH, awe. H. W. JONES, OTTAWA GAS CO Are prepared to do an kinda o' Gas and Steam Fitting Wrought Iron Pipe, fixtures, FMlngt. c, fnrniahed at .mm 'l- bjf mm aa i . 0 O ava 5 I Ot o s 0 03 H. P. CLARK. House and Sign Painting Paper Hanging, Ciloimining Grain ing, Marbling, Sto. flhoa. on Colnmbaa street, one block eaat of the noa office, Ottawa, llllnolt. merit) JOHN GROSS, BOOK BINDER, Blank Book and Paper Bos Manufacturer, 1TAWA. liA. Office, 20 and 21 La Salle Street, tir- Paper ruled to any desired pattern. net'ia'ai Bawara of Them. A pood article that bas achieved success, and attained a world-wide reputation by itstruemer. iu auu wunuenui results, is always Imitated Suoh is the case with Dr. Kind's New Discovery for Consumption, Coughs and Colds. Already uui'riucipieu panics are endeavoring to delude an unsuspecting publir, by offerinjr immltations of this most fortunate discovery. Do not be dt. ccived, but Insist on having the true remwdy , ana taae no other. For sale by E. V. Oriees, THK ullt vfounf n Ktrolb, 1 CARRIAGE. flTJRY fHOBtlJI WAHTUP Ooeu Vomoof, lop and Opr Buamt. Slidt BeatBaczlaa.Two-aealed open borttl-, Democrat Wafoaa, Salklea, lo., ean Bad them at thla Factory .all of kitovH auUa.af tbM material and la tbe mil aaaraaad atwiaa andSntiA. ALL WARRAtfTBD.u iraaleatlowprlcea. Also make oraav tue at are teniUM. IMsalrlrif aoo promptly Fein tin, Trlramltur, Wood and Iran Work. i.fiawa jaaroa to. ia7i. HILL & FORMHALS, t'lgnlzud. t I X.Tll!ll A mo r remain i journal. Ol Aew lork. a leading Roman Catholic paper, speaking of wie uuservance oi ounuay as a "Sabbath," says: ounuay is a uay ol joy, lor devotion and rest not a day for despondency and idleness. Unhappy are the children con. tiuraned, even in tbe households of Catholic parents who bave attained the ways of Puritan hypocrisy, to the weariness ot thedav. Cath. olics, knowing that Sunday is not the Sabbath, ought to make the day bright and happy. It isouriiorua uay; ne uia Published by C. ZWANZIO, C. Zw N7.10, Editor.) is tne liest ierman new snarier And Adwrtlalne Medium In La Salle and adjoining; counties. ADVERTISING RATES REASONABLE Pnbllihed Every Friday Morning-, at Ottawa. nftt tman in tliA oaog runu meir necas,- ne auuea, looKinir.cbildren when they came to Him, or awe them up bewildered. "Do you b'lleve a big rock'd1 with stern looks. The museums ouirht not to I I do ? 1 must obey orders." "No; I don't believe a rock would do. I would just tie tbeir hands aud feet and leave them until morning." "les'm, so I will. The Kins stld tie them band and foot that's bia orders. They won't olfend his little ones any more," and in a few minutes is at had tticiu sately secured. 1 need not tell ot the meht that followed, ot bow Nat kept sleepless guard over his cao. uvea, anu oi now wnen morning came and help came with it tbe burglars were safely lodged in tbe county jail. All that is eastlv : n... - . . - , . Bunuiaeu. out at last xi ai was a nero, not on ly in his own eyes but in the eves of others. He bore bia honors meekly and with dignity, as a right belonging to the servant of the King. He accepted the numerous congratu lations ana naoa-anaaings, wondering, per hapa,wbatit all meant, and replying to the questions heaped upon him with the simple statement: "I just obeyed orders." Nothing remain closed. What is the objection to open ing them after 12 o'clock? Puritans and hypo critos may search the Scriptures to tbeir hearts' content they will not find any text condemn ing innocent amusements on Sunday. The Sabbatarian who would silence church-bells and the joyous voices of children makes the day or tbe resurrection a day of sorrow, and places juaaism aoove the laith or Christ." Buakiea's Arnica Baivo. The Bust Salti In tha world for Cute. Bruises Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rbenm, Fever Sores, Tetter,! Chapped Haada, Chilblains, Corns, and all 8kio eruptions, ana positively cures tiles. It Is guar, an teed to trlve perfect satisfaction or mnnev re. i . rt . -fv . . w- . J ' I iuiiufu. rnre cent-per OOI. got sale by E. a. unifBV. a Debilitated persons, and surf erers rrom wast ing diseases, such as consumption, scrnfuia, kid ney affections, wilt be greatly benefitted by using M T HI,.. obtained for tan laveaMswt , or for improvement! on old one. for medical or other compound , trad, markt and label: Cavtntt. Aulanmrnts. Inter. fertneet, Jpper.lt, Suite for Infringement: and an eate anting water ia ntent law, prompt ly attended (a. Inmlinnt that have beiem IbV the Patent Of' Met man tilt, in mntt entet. b patented by ut. Being opitoeUt the T. 8. Patent Department, and engaged in Patent bueinett ta etutitely, we can make eloter tearehet, and teeurt PateMt mart promptly, and Kith broadertlaimt, them thote who are remote from Washington, Itena ut a mod el or tketch of your device: tea free ofohmneu ill anmmi(n afrMi. l! feiilioi. Pricetlow.emd NO CIlAJiUJS V2f- ir-x r in SECURED. eve refer in, WaeMnaton, to tion. Poetmaeter ventral D. Jr. Key. Ret. P. n. Pouter Ths r--rmr. American national Bank, to offlctalt in the U. 8. Patent QHce. and to Rnntort ..j z? jS?m?V'"!'f -Peeially to onrelientein every Statt t Union rr4 in Oannda. Addrtmm tppoit Patent OJlce, WotQuUZ Carriage and ifagon FACTORY, Ob Main Street, near Tox Blver Bridge OTTAWA. ILLS. Mannfacttire all klnda of Caaaiasaa, Top itrn Orrnn Buootia, vartoua atjrlea of On and Two-Biatsd Pb tokb, DanocaaT ah d Spbijio Waoohb. Alaoharealaras aaaortment alwaya on hand. Flrat-claai FASH aaa' WAOOIS alwaya oa hand. Alioar work Is warranted, and made of the best materia and will be aold aa low aa cuod and reliable work can be aold at. We employ a nrat-claaa Trimmer and a;-a prepared tor al Inda of Top-work and repairing: at abort notice. rlagea, Bamrlea aad WafooS HILL FORMHALS. kinds or Top-work and repi Call and aee onr a lock of Car before hnylntt. OtUwa. March S-lv Union Carriage Factory. FIIMNERTY BROS. 57 Columbns St., Ottawa, HI., Manufacture to nmev n,m mfiam iu n-i.. and jBuarartmi. aim peramrat and 'rm Wats on. Tne nrnnrlflnrt mrm ... devote their whole time to flie ahop. Every pr of tna ve hicle la altber made by them or under their Immediate sw perrUlon. They aect their owa material, and they bay at the loweat ewh flirnree: h nil re can euaraatee to patrona ve blLe, ,re Du on,T alyllah. hut durable and low la price. ISX,nYl,e '"Pectlon of their work and comparison -with that of other thopa. (feWl-tf) Bepairlng of all Ilnds Mads apeelalty. COUNTY ASYLUL1. Tlotiea ta hereby mnn, tha oa Thandaya and Y.yZ"' vlaltora will be admitted 10 taw Asylum. No TUltora admitted oaSaadyaa. . Ottawa, Oct.. 1971 CoootyAaeat. 2.