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OTTAWA FREE 1HADER; Sai UKDa'1 NOVEMBER 17, 18bJ.
Money lo Loan. I hiive runiit y to 1 iiuu. ...nm. on iHirMnir! I'lin-, tu Httin- f ft Hiiif . Ht u low run- uf iiitt'i-r-i.un very .tMi il'iUt (iT!l. 1 ;lU II pull lr rttUl't ' l i-:vi v. hood, nnv 10 Mm ri.lun, IliiiiniN F IliHT MAI'IDNAI, i.) .1 . v C.Vj.UiH - II' N It . I i il I.OOI Presided HV I'lCllli-II . ...t lUllllt" II. M. HA Ml I w. in i'm:i i.. JOHN K. NAM. . Milton II. s.Uu, II. M llui.iu -n. W llllstlll -ll. ujioiizo U'land. I'.. V . u riggs, i.il.n I'. .Nash. isiu.r lulge. Kai'l'.vime on Chicago, New York and all theprin dpa CIllcS of f lie Ctlllcd StlltcS, bought ttlld Sold. JOxoluuoo- on Ktighind, Ireland, Scotland and Couiliiciilal Kurope drawn In sums (o suit. Unioul Kiuo-m ltiui.1.., Gold ami silver houghi and sold . Our facilities are such that we can oiler ndurciuenu to customers, mid we shall use imr endeavors to glvr satislsrlioti to those entrusting ii.x with tl.elr business. Hanking hours from . ii to i v. k Ocl. 19. IMS. JOHN K. . ASH. Canhlcr. RATIONAL C1TV HAMS Of V7 yw . ( Konnutly City P-auk if Burnt. Ateu4C. l H. KAMKM K.C. ALLKN (J. L. L1NPI.KV.... Preslileti ..Vice President Assist. Caalilet. Exchange on Chicago and New Tfork And All the principal Hum rant win wctt. HOIOUT AS I) SOU). Kxc-litintc" on Kngland. Ireland, Scotland U'jdal ItuportKnt pulnta In CuntlncnlJil Europe, drawn In autiu' to Bill', purcliuacm. U. ti. Iiov-iuo Htmiipa of ii dnnomlnnttoni cocatur.tly on hand and for gale. Unitoil SiuteH Hotuls, Loral Sccnrlllej, Uolr. ant Hllvcr bonght and told. jankins hours from V a. ii. to 4 P. K. Jan. 12. ISTS U. L. LINULKV. Aaelat. CuMiU i. lJrofcsslotal CarD ATTORNEYS. i. H. Slllf. W. II. .NTKAI). SNOW STKA11, Attorneys mid Ci'iuiHi'lors at Uiw. ICoonii 7 and H, Armory lllnck, Omiwa, milium. ocl'JU'M ii t it a m t. oit-nKsr. JAMKK II. Kl'KKI.H. i UIlfi.ltT At IOC'Iv I:i ,s, Attorneys and I Ooiins.'lorH at Law, l utterer 4 Mel.;?er' ltlock, eaut of Court Holme. sciii'a.M liUKHNKLL .St KltMiKH'I'ON .At I) torueiaal Law. flltawa. Illinois, tilllcn In Hui.li uell's block, wtat of Court Uoitse. Julyjl-ly J J. CHAl'MAN. Attorney and Counwlor J, at Liy. Olllce Willi 1). Mi-lkmyall, Ottawa. HI. MIS'. ARMSTHONU, Attorney nnd Coutv . aelor at Law, ottawu. 111. Notary I'ulillr. otllec In Oeduey'8 lllock, 'ttuwa. Jun5,'KI j. w. nrNCA.v. A J. O'COMIIl. K. J. WALL. DIIIMC'A.V. tVl'ONOli .v. WALK At lornevsat 1. 1. Ollii e in ( iimerou'i) Uullilii g. op posltf Clifton Hotel. Ottawa. lllluoiK. JiilyiK'. I KSSK II I ret Kit, Lawyer. Futtenr t .Metu'ei's lllot'k east of Court House, oitawa. Illinois. jKll'.W OH X H. HrC'I'l. Attorney nt Law. Krdilirk't r Hloi k. city of Otluwu. Will practice law in La ballc and i!Joiii!ii counties, ami In Hie Aiipella!e anil Siipreine Court. aepio-lvr A. ' WIliI.IA M)N, IjuwyiT, iniawa. iiimoin. l'rotiate iiialti ra a nieclulty. Otllce ovci HuII'h Dry (ioinls Stoic. Juni: IHASM fXlWLKH, MRater In Cliaiicerv, Ai J lorney iitid CotiiiHelor at Law. Olllce In licdiiey'f lllock, nortlicain i-orner of court uoubo square. liMoiiui land 4, Oitawa, IIIIiioih. Junlti'.-'J II. W. W. 1II.AKK. M. T. MOLONliV . I ) I .A Iv l; .V MOLONKV, Altoriieys and a 9 t.oiiii-ieiors ut iw lloonib & Mini 'JU Opera. 1 louse lllock, Ottawa, Illinois. I una Hi f' C.TRKNAUV, Attorney at l.aw. otr.ee a. i w ild u , W. llrewer. liooma 'J iteill Countv Conn House, oitawa, III. jnliJ (1 (IHKiOS, Attorney and Counselor at Law. J Ollkv In Lyiu li'o block. Main street, Ottawa, ill. LH. STHAWN, Attorney at Law. Careful attention Mill be given lo the settlement nitale and collections, otllce Willi K. Hull, over City prug Blore. jauo JC. IIOVLK, Atlorney at Law. Office with M l . .Moloney. Ojiera House lllock, Ottawa, 111. febllt.HO SAMUKL ltl('H()l,!S(N', Attorney .itnl Counselor ut Law. Will prictlce In the courts ol Lu Salle anil ailjotniug i.oumh'S. otUc west ol Cuiirl House, Ottawa, ill. novll 1W. Ulil'l W Attorney ami Cei:ne!or ul J. Ijiw. and Notary l'ubllc. Hooms ii 4 SK ouity Court House, Ottawa, 111. HAVir A , W)()K, Attorney at Ijiw. Ofiice. Illinois. dec DMc-1 X11JCA 11 j. Attorney at Law, Ottawa III. Olllce In Oedney' Dlock. dec'Ts Fi it". HULL, Attorney at Law. oillr over J. Clt Drugstore, northwest Corner of Li.Salle and Madli- in n'rti'ir, Ottawa, 111. niiiyJo'TCi 1 .1 XI '1 1 .TV. Alinrnev AI Ijiw. Olllr II. ovei No :n La Salle strict, wist side if tn- Court lloiii-i-. Ottawa. III. luiy.Vi'.- IKOl-tt K M. KIJUIKIIO Aiion.i v ai M Law Olllce in i'ostoitlce Hlock Ottawa, III uprr. 11 KNBY MAVO. JOHN' II. UiOVIKK. MAYO At "VVIIIMKH, Attort.ej a: Law -Olllce In Natflnger's HliK-k, corner ir I a. and Main streets front room up stairs, otniwa. III. PHY8IOIAN8. DR. ALCINHA AUTKN, ottlen over Uoxte's store. La Salle sf Ottawa, 111. junl l-lin" DH.O. MILLKK, the well known Oculist and Aunst. Olllce on Main street, first door we, I of Hose s gun shop. apt i-..mos" Dlt. W. WF.IH, (Keutcher I'octor.) late liiyslrlan and Surgeon to the St. Louis r enin!" Hoelptal. Olllce over Stlel'el's Clothing store, 1 orner of Main and La Salle streets, ltesldtuce on south Oil. n at Mrs. ki'iiii'i. ki.Ji . J. H. HYHL'KIV. Ottawa. III. oitlcs ! D"n in tne Opera House i'lock. la oitlo- day and ' night. !.-IlU'is 1 1. a. flATll SWAT. OKORIIg I. VAM.'I. DUH. HATHKWAVAt VANCK, Mu sicians and Surgeons, Ottawa, 111. Olllce. south west corner or Mam ar.d La Salle streets. Dr. Ilathe way's resilience east of Fox river, near srhool house. l)t. Vance will be found In office, day and nigl.i. ; r. 1 1 i IIt. It. At. AIcAKTHIIK, Ottawa, lii.- ! X' ofllc- lu the Ojiera House lllia k. open from ? u'clock a. tod o'clock V. u. i:.ti!ern' on ti-no.ti ' street, s.uth uf lit, nois Avenue. JhiifJ'7i- 11 M. UOHKHKV, Al. )., I ll. C. s. r.uiii"'iiB. oiu e. in Armour s Rt-w Pill i; till, or 1I.1isod stn-ei. Itesidence. 11 Wi l iter sr. ar.giV :w-:l- Dlt. M. ZKN I 1.K, Homie ipatliic riiysji la:, Ottawa, 111. Offers his sen leu to the friends ol the nmaopa!liir system In Ottawa, in all branches, o! his profi!on r".irticular attention give. ... ,Ue tr.-a1-ment of women and children, oa'.ie In Glover A Cook's Block. feb'.C I,' V. i KtCil i.s, IlUgg!st. Ho ..k.-.-her Illd SIB J. is,.? er, Ottawa. la. s. s;.,re in NM;i:gcr H.is;k so'.-;h sp:.-ot Court House S.ji. are. MIwN I'.t 'ss-i ..L.T'imn On-ggist and p-jtm-. i at ) ' w '-1,1-tle nt:d r.-ie.i 1. 1 Mum s:n et, .it'- I" ' i'-.r--- .f I 'lias. Cn.'iPh al'. French C . go ac ilrHiidi.-s M'!M..r. Dlt. V . I . sHKIi'AllIi, Mi mber ..f tne Koya C'-il'-n- oi i!eritKrf Suree,)n. KntCuml! (ei'jv. ..I ti i..- London vererinarv Medical Association: ;o 'v Vdcr Iniwvn' Syirit nj the Turf, i-lte.l ui h!so1ci. n IJiiiyctteSt. angS Vo et--!' rn ;e cor ConBly SnpGrintcnctODt of Mic Schools. G. B. STOCKDALE Will n,i : ex imli.Atiot,. st U eii No. f. Ottawa ILcl. Vhool, on the .vend n! fourth lsa:urda of ecti niotitn. until r.trtfi.-r noti, e. j inU UN Til IKTY IIAYV Tlil.lL. TIIK VOI.TAH p. KIT CO., Marsh'!. Mirb . will nd Ir. Lye's I viebraf d Uleotrn Volnic Beits and Klerirl'. Appliances on trial for thirty davs to men ryoung or old w ho are attlicte.i with nrmius debility, iosr vita'cy and kindn-d tnoibbii. guaranteeing speeuj nri complete n-storstion rf health and man.yxicor Ad lr-- a above. . H.-Nor'sk is Incurred, as thl" !'! trial ts C. sr.l. deciS- ly OTTAWA TOWNSHIP H SCHOO Pupils In thceolintry desiring to nccinl school this . liner are reime-tcd to send Heir hamr to tut Pi In- : . I . i i l' (iti'iun I"W tiHlii High beliiHil, fur circular iinu course ot snmy. A special I' ii m ii.-i-R-K n'l h!i I'uiirm'. In which Aritii ni"iii'. Itui.k ki imhii j uml I'c huiiiushlp are prominent. ha bri ll estalllMlcil for 1 r I bfliclll of mil h illtiH as i nn aitcinl hut a shot t time. Aim a teacher"' coura for those w ho wish In prepar for teaching. A ilt of good boarding places can lie Hi'euretl til Ihe Principal's ouice. I illiliill rciiuceii irom f-j jii r icnu 10 ti. " oi tlT tcrill begins lllM.llllllT.Sll. C. W. Tl'I'TS. Principal. Ho lsia, Ottawa. 111. not 10 luio THE SUN NEW YORK, 1884. Aliout ciity million ropieii of Tiik Hi n lime t ine out of our cxtalilixlimcnt durlni; Hie M 13 nionthn. If you were to paste end to end all the column of all Tim Ki ns printed and miM last year you would m l a continuous strip of inliTi'.-iin liiformalioii, common f line wlnilom, noiind doctrine and Mine w it limn . nougti to reach from 1'rltitirirf House Siiiar to the top ul' Mount CYiperiuciH in the moun, iheti hni k to lrlntliit House Square, im.l then Hire: quariem ul'lhe way hack to the moon ai-.ini. Hut Tiik Sr. Is writli n for the luhaliltaiiln of the earth; this nauie strlji of Intelligence would ulnHe the ulohe twi nty aeven or twenty -i-ialu time. If every Imyer of a cony of Tiik Sr. durinic tin- past year hu (.pent only one hour over It, and If hi w ife or j his iirmidralhcr ha spent another hour, this newspaper In l!l has ntl'orded the human iwe thirteen tlmUMind years of steady readliiK, nlfl.t and day. It Is only by little calculations like these that ou can form any Idea of the circulation of the most nopnlar of American newspapers, or of lis inllnence on the opinions and actions of American men and women. Tiik Si x i, and will continue to be, a newspaper vlilch tells the truth without fear of consequences, which gets at Ihe fai ls no matter hw much the process costs, which presents the news of all the world without was!e of words nnd in the most readable shape, whi m is working with all Its heart for the cause of honest Kovcrmnriit, ai.d which therefore believes that Ihe lie publican party must go, and must go In this coming year of our Lord. 1S-4. It you know Tiik Sun, you like It already, iino joii will read It with act ustomed diliiti uce and proi:r dur ing w hat Is sure to be the mot inlereiing vcar m Its history. If you do no' et know Tiik ttrv. It ii hlli time to get Into the siii shlue. Terms tit 31 ai I Stitisciibers. The n-vetal edillons of Tiik M are M'nt by niiiil, postpaid, as follows : PAII.V no rent a month, IS1 a year; wlih Miu.lav edition, a?. SL'NDA V Klght paues. This eilillon furiiisties the current news of the w orld, special articles ol excep tional Interest lo everyiiody, and literary reviews of new books of the highest merit. SI a year. WKhKLY SI ay-cur. Klght puges of Ihe best matter of the dally Issues; an Aurii ulliiral Hepartmeiit of uneiiuaileil value, special market reports, and liter ary, m (entitle and ilouieslic lulelllp-uce make Till! "A kkk IV M . Ihe newspayer fur the farmer's house hold. To clubs of ten with fid, an extra copy free Ad'irer.s I. W. KN(iLAN'f). Publisher. novlU l I UK Si ., N. V. City. Farm for Sale. My Home Tarm. at I'l-alrie l enlre, eontaii.ini! about rs acres; also an aiijolinm; t rail of I II aeies with It, If le-ircd. i he above farm Is not excelled bviiny farm In Iji Salle county for either rron i or slock raising. House nearly new. warmed amt ventilated hya Hunan r urnai e. Hat n I0MJ. with stone basement. Land iimler a hiiih stale of cultivation and well tile iliaiueit. rrli-e (,u her iK-re. one-half dow u. tne lialauce In terms to stilt Ihe purchaser, l-'or further relrreiice apply lo I i i iint-i 1 1 ni ,v iiiani'iiarii. iiaiin-i rarr in iipnir. or me siili-eribi roll the place. K. IIOWLAMi. Noveiiiber 10. l8.l. I IIAVL Fol! SAI.M ItMO-Ai re- I'm ill, . miles from Oitnvm: Vi lO-Ai rn I nriii. I1, miles friini Otliiwa; MIO-Acie K.srin, H miles Irom Ottiuva: IIIO-.Arro I'nriii, ' .lilies Irom Ottnuil; HO-Acre Karm. 4 liitles Irom OttaivH: lllll-.li'rn I'lirm. 10 miles from ttvn ; And other Farm Lands -all well Improved, purchaser good bargain. Will give oct::i-tf It. ' LINCOLN. Fail for Sale. In the tow n of Far.'n Iihlge. about a mile cam ol Hie S'-iiiliiarv, hiionn as tl.e old lleiineit Kami. Contain ubi ut li"iO acres: has living ser.ng witter, gi.isl well at house; about HO ai res of limber, b.ilaiice ui.der cnlliMi tion and lu imstuie. Andres AHH, II AlililH. on the pirn. his. or hi I arm lodge i.sieil'ce. octil-'.mo Farm for Sale. 1 lie South Hair or Section 7. T. ill N., II.SK. If not sold by October 1st It will be for rent. For terms nml full particular enquire at biw otllce of Thomas C. I'nl I 'l toii. west sliicl'ourt House. Ottawa. III., or of lileli mil .1. Fullerlon oh the premises. inlv'W If-' I in' roved ( iraln ind Slock l'ai tn- r. 11 nen-s ol the best Liiid In Iowa. Two houses, horse burn, cow sta ble, corn cribs. Ac. : in a:res natural timber; never failing spring ami stream : one uiiie to 1. o.. church'-s J nml school : li. K. s'ation 7 miles. For further Infor mation address M. KIIil lli:i; DUOS.. iiov:i-lmo Nevlnvllle, Aihiins ( u , low a 3 V? fri SLa bv 3 I am desirous ti 11 my property the vieinlly o! the Iilihois Hivi r Hrid::i in slium 'Ottawa, on lav, mi ble terms, as I have decided to nio.-e to Nebraska in the spring. Apply, either by Inter or personally on tlie premises, to JACOB HAIMil. Ottawa. Ll.. Oct. IsSiL-tf s ALL KINDS. We will . 11 oil Filsl-l la.s Sew tug Mnehiln- e' I tii:ii'i at. rii" in li.i- eoutitv, elilier pr p-:iH r Cash or Installments. oil ind ictachuii nts on .;.rnt . All M.nhitiC, warrnrtid. Call and see F. D. SWEETSEF & Co. Ottawa. Novrmher 11. Is" I. SCHOOL And School Supplies of all kinds, at Lowest Prices, at A CUBE GUARANTEED IX ALL CA8ES For Oltl and Voting, Male Him treiiinile Mn-rili.tii. Nfeclii-in,.; .ltrilli nurt Nitvs KooiI: I'ositively ( un s Night Lotsc. sner- . msforrhu-a. Impotenev Nervous Debility. Lm-orrhiea. ltarn-nn'-M: and t.irall VVi-akni-s.is. ..r ti. i...... 1 1 i,nusn,.r,jV(.0rEm, ju ,..,( r W.T j, is ftn, AH m;j I jniitiim nun I'osmve Cure, Tom s up the h biiit.iteil .jstetn. arrests all Involuntary d s rbarg'-s. remi.v.-s mental ghsun and despondi-Bey and restores wonderful power to the weakenis! organs. ir With eai h ord-r for tw klvii psekages, accompan ied with five dollars, w w'll send our i,imcitki or n'fiind the timr.ev if th" treatment ,j rn--t a cure. It is th" C 'li.-n ..s,r and ll,.t Medicine or the marker. Kull iMirhruhir In Pamphlet, whlrh we mall freotoar.y aMres. Sold by all Druggists, tin,-pv-kageSo cts: Sl for (3. Mi. or sent by n. ail on reretpt of pni- by addn-sslng MAGNETIC MKIMi'lVK f.. I)KTIi'ir. Mil H. t.narantts-s issued in Ottaa a hy Kortx-s A Irr!sni. Vai.schack.S!eer.son & to ' Chicago, hob sale agents. An- Sold by VorlH-s I Loniaus. ly7 10 FOR SALE. rur Bwmg Machines BOOKS & Stif Worlr-TbMr Mm Sun "Tin' Maii nas it l:iiini:;i! of it D.vn," s:til ;t st:io ciiri't'iiiiT to it ro porUT who toml tiiioii l iin Ii :irils oj one of tho iiMicip:iI iiii'tr'iiil:i:iii tlii'it tors. "WtmU liitvo tlri'ir nii'iiiiius will' u.i that :ir unkiiowii to uny oili.r :irt or trade. I couldn't boo-in to ivo you :t complt'te list, but 1 will nn'iiiion a fo in my doparimi'iit. In ad liiimi to t!nso t lie property nian icis his words anil go have- tho actors, the o-;tti:ii'Ts, tlu wijr-nrtkors the r:isiin'ii and the dra matists. "Kacli of tlie various picee- of seonery has a distinct nanic. 1'lie back seune, when made in two pieces, roiled on from cither side, U called tho 'flats;' when it U in one, and raised or lowered front above, it is called a 'drop.' The narrow sido scenes are 'Willi's.' In clined platforms are called 'runs;' these, are used in mountain scenes ami for the horse in '.Mazeppa.' and similar pur poses. Small painted frames to hide the runs are known as 'maskiiij; piece.' When a room is set witii soiid walls in. stead of win;;, it is it 'box scene.' Thosn arched pieces of canvas over your head are 'sky borders.' The space over tho st:t";e is knowu a the ri-j;inirj loft,' thoiioh in England it is more generall.y termed a 'gridiron.' Tno gallery run ning round tho stage, whence all tho ropes are worked, is named tho 'flics.' That continuation of it there where tho artist is at work is called the "paint bridge.' It is made to raise and lower, and so is his immense easel, known as a 'paint frame' These holes in the stage are 'traps,' and the upace underneath is tho 'trap cellar.' Some of the traps are made with springs to shoot a person up quickly in pantomime ol .jectacular pieces. They are then called 'star' or vampire traps. Those strips of wood below the lliesinto wlncti the scenes slule are- called 'grooves,' ami each division of a groove is a 'cut. The space be tween each set of grooves is an 'en trance.' These two handsomely painted wings near tho proscenium arch, and which usuallv remain on the stage no matter what the scene, are called 'tor mentors;' why, I don't know except it may be that the audience gets wearied of always seeing them. "Observe those narrow grooves in tho stage, down which scenes may bo made to disappear. They are 'sinks.' and the boards that cover them are 'sliders.' To hold up pieces of scenery we use these poles with angle irons, called braces. To fasten them to the stage arc those cork-screw-like things termed 'screw eyes.' This is the 'prompt-side,' or side whore the prompter elands, and the other side is the 'o. p.' or 'opposite prompt.' Here is a 'moon box,' which moves up and down with the calcium light, representing that luminary. This sheet of ilMll is termed the 'ihtllldor , , ., , , i ,. .i,..t., drum. l'llll that String illld oil sllllko Up ;v j;im!l of peas, wilicll makes the I 1 . , . 1 , ,. , . SOUtlll Ol 1.1 III. IIIHl W HICH IS CIlllCU tne 'rain box.' Turn that handle and this gigantic rattle makes a noise like break ing wood. It is a 'crash,' and is used to make the sound of bur.-tiri" tloors or falling buildings. Against the wall is a 'call box. 'where the 'calls' or notices I of rehearsals are posted. That piece of canvas painted like witter, and which while lying on the stage is shaken from tho entrances, is a 'sea-cloth.' Those pointed strips of muslin are 'gau.j wa ters.' They were used in the cave scene of the 'Colleen Hawu.' ..-p.. ....t ., ..i... i .,,t,.t' it XI' JMIl t J'likV Jll 1.- lllWllllb II. lo mount it cheaply is to 'lake it. A full set' is a .scene occupying all the stage. A 'carpenter's scene' is M:t in the first grooves to lill time while other scenes are being set. To 'strike' is to move :t scene from the stage. A stage h and is a 'grip.' This wheel eovereif witii l'.nl working behind .-hits in the scene is a "ripple barrel.' It gives the! efl'ect of moonlight on the water. These wings cut in fanev shapes on the edge are 'profiled.' This mass of burners is a 'bunch light:' il can be moved to any part of tin; stage. The curtain is called the 'rag.' and the handsome one used between the acts is the Met. drop.' My ilislr ii-tions JY ,r, lli :iu 1 ;,V" cai'e.l :t Scene plot." ami -.v h--iv 1 piv my scenes is a "dock. ' "I suppose I can't c ill to niiiid now ! da-leu, ii:: 1 tlie street and easH an half the tilings that even we carpenters ! anxious uuie-.' toward lu.; garret win have special names for. I f you w cie to dow s. Wonderful! From every open go through all tlie dill'erent branches ol i w indow projects a horse's head an I the profession, you'd get words enough! neck, tin: ear- pricked forward and to start a new language." ,'a,-h equine eye beaming down on the s - - : astonisiiod knight with almost a liumau E;ghtCl-rkst)Mak)t!ii Fr 'i'ut Reci'lt. ! A onespoiident of tin Indian M-ry nrtvn: uusvue say m Cl.' j nii'i occasion mi! ouieruav to uook i goods from tin-goods shed nt Madras. I' III I. . fj t.'.-l '.. ! -AIHl 1 HUM lo go io v;;u; c.crhS ueioii! linisued with my work, .surely tins, 1 should think, was quite unnecessary and useless, as ail this work could have been done by two men in-lead i f eight. Each of these eight men had only to write a few words, and some a few figures, and ti.e right Ii or la-l man hail merely to sign his mini" lo the receipt. i winch tooiv -even He n to make out. I All these clerks. 1 jircsHine. are in re I ceipt ol uiotr h y sal, ir.es tor doing but j verv little, accord ti r lo w liat 1 have I seen done on i hat day with my goods. Is this one of the many rea-ons why the .M:idr:is railway docs not payr1 I am ceria.:. i.iai ii doe- not t:ikis cigiit clerks 1" ii ok :i Imx or Pundic of goods on anv o ;er iim- in India save the Ma dras riii a :i v." Th? Dirky .ml tin Mule. Not long since, while two Albany voting men were returning from a fish-' T- . -.i:. :.. M:..i .n ... .. ... ing none m - iiciien v.ouiiiv, iney s-w j apiiroaching t hem in tn- dusk f the, evening an oi l negro riii.ng a soui-r itnu steady looking mule. As they ueared him taey s:lw- the negro take a sudden leap from his bacix. while the mule ... i 1 : . . 11 . . . . . 1 i sireiciieii iiniisi'ii oiii i;i iae roan ami I Lay apparently ueao. io incir surpri.-e j the old darkv d.d not appear tho least ,, iliseotici ived. hut taking hold of the bl i'il'', he eaiml . seated H lllsi-lf uiiou a convenient stump. Wi.i d the cause of , ils c.iuie's uii.-iee iuatabli! be-! havior. lie drawled out: "Dent ain't uothin' :ii ailile mat:er with dis here mule. boss. He am only a little fhiticd.'" J h-tH'J ( I ill. ) At f.s. ! :s over do not pair oil' and get in biig !f itwere on,v j.ossib.eto trim a lamp I ejies and court, but come into Un witii .a one-Lhi'H'd nisi rument. a ser vant would never iii n.s of u-ing a table knife or a scythe. She would use her court.'put it oh' until Monday nmru mastcr's razor. 'in" "' " Gr'cley'a I'ar:ii. 1 e recent s:ile of (Jreeley's Ciiiip !. ijtia f-iritt recal some of its early a iciations. (irecley always had :i de s re to o a n :i .maii piece of land and would have purchased earlier had there been any suitable means of transit. S.ioii after the beginning of his married life he moved no to a noo'; on the East river eiil.e I Tunic's bay. about two mi'es f.om i!,e Trib'inc otliee, .and this was ilea ;i f:.i' :is conveyances could be cad. This was really the happiest part of (ircclcy's life. His home was graced by a lovely Utile boy named Arthur, but faniiliarlv termed "l'ickie," and then Margaret l-'iiUer. the cleverest woman of her day, was a member of the family. She bad got tired of Ros loii :ii,i pined for a wider field, and hence gladly accepted (ircclcy's invi tation io :t place on the Tribune. The pay was very small, but such a woman was above pecuniary considerations, (irecley gave her :i home, and if her earnings averaged i?'-" per week addi tional it supplied her wants. Tne changes of life, however, were soon fell in this little circle. Airs. Ful ler went to Italy and witnessed the cap ture of Home by the French, while (ircclcy's family was visited by the cholera, which carried off that lovely boy. (irecley thus mentioned this be reavement iu one of his letters to his former contributor: "O Margaret! the world is growing dark around us. You mourn that Homo has fallen; we mourn that l'ickie is dead." (irecley then turned from this blighted spot, and as the Harlem road had been sufficiently extended, in l!S.";, he bought a building lot just large enough for a house, being determined to lest the place before en larging his purchase. Finding it both convenient and healthy he gradually increased his domain until, instead of the original one-eighth of an acre, it included seventy-eight acres, being ihe largest farm ever worked by a New York editor.' Most of (ircclcy's im provements were chimerical, lie built it dam, for instance, iu order to supply the house with water. After one thous and dollars had been thus invested the dam broke .and the .-elieme was aban doned. Sixty thousand dollars were spent in improvements, and yet, to day, the farm is not worth one-third of l!;at s,uni. A Legend of Oo'ouo. It seems that in IW'il the plague was raging in Cologne, and among its many hundreds of other victims was the wife of a certain noble knight. Tho wife was buried with all the ceremony ob tainable under such conditions and the disconsolate husband went home to his vacant house to mourn the loss of his faithful and beloved wife. Hut the said wife, instead of being actually dead, had only fallen into a death-like swoon. Awakening from this and finding her self buried, she, by sonic' unexplained means, succeeded in getting herself im buried, and immediately set oil' home to to comfort husband. Naturally enough the husband was greatly surprised to see the wife, whom he had seen dead and securely buried only a few hours before, walk into the open door; and he was so sure about the authentieitv of the death and tor-keeps" burial of bis spouse that he refused to credit either Ids own eves or the assertions of the resurrected one. Deaf to all thai bis once dead, but now living, wife could urge in behalf of her identity, tho knight at last, so he thought, terminat ed the di.'icussiou by exclaiming: "No! it is impossible that you can be my dear wife whose loved remains 1 but. a few hours ago saw deposited in the cold grave. Sooner will I believe that my horses can ascend the stairs to the gar- ret of mv house." Hash knight! No sooner had he made this assertion than it curious, four-footed trampling rt- sounds througn the noii.se. At lirst 111 the court-yard, then iu the hall, these strange noNcs sound, reverberating from wall to wall. Tramp, tramp, tramp--they have reached the stairs ami go. stumbling and clattering, lo t lie regions above. The knight, .astonished and frighten ed at t!ii- invasion of his ouiet home. inlelligcnee. What knijbt. ancient or modern, could see iinii-e!t taken at his UnCil ill this t e i l-'l el 1 1 1 11 w 1 1 1 o 11 ll o I' Mill! l'e. ',,, - ., ,;,,,.,!- lineonviueed.' I hi part culitr could not own iVcs. ancient, knigiit. at any rati resist tiie evidence nf bis ( 'on viueeil bv 'Ik lli-' livi.ig wife! tn prodigy, he "clasped lis breast and iived happily ever at'.er. " Legend does not s iy what became of th" horses which ...i ....i, .. ......... t ...... . i....-t li. li.ij jj't.ll-'l -II'. II t, J'J .Ml. III. III. .lk- III 1..I-. diathetic reunion of man and wife. ! Whether they returned 1' their st;l(,e in the same miraculous way iu w hich they gained the garret a mudi more diHi''ult and miraculous fc :t. one wouid imagine, than ascending tin: -tails; whether they remained in the garret, their heads and necks projecting from tlie windows, and ilc-ir eyes beaming inteliigeiitlv down on all p::-sers-l.iv un til death am! decay leinovci tiii-iu pio.'-enn-al - on all tlii'se points uie ic- t gend is -dent as the grave. r i'i- C;a''y ( 7, ifjij t'r't . An Oyst'-r buck -r';; Li s. Ti-n-.-. 'Miuck-? W.-iil. icov, in v friend," and the oid man stoppt-d the "clink, clink"' for a moment and wiped the ,lv;, , l)f AwU fr, ..'.vK,,t, , t 1(.t :i..illl(.ik;il ;w heard: or openin" isttrs. you may rest your m.nd on its bcirf (-.;d day. Mi; and thru- mates, w hat w cail a P-am of four, opened L'dd.'UO l-ter- in one ilav once down m t ! 1 1 1 i m mil if thitt's ever b'-'-n beat li.'i'l heard of it. 1 consider invself good f"i' o.iHh) a day for money. I kin make ihe shells ll v. an" don't v on for- gii;'.'" i'hi!fl:!ifii't 'linn.:. I he i vict ianguag . of Kev. .Mr. Over ton, of MeN'ntt. (ia.. who recently had home: ii ing to .-ay a n I its Sunday court .ship, w;is rn follow-: "Now, young people, a word t .m. When dinner church and serve the Lord, for this is Lis dav. but if Von nri. determine,! tc Dsnveri Co!., Twenty-Five Years Ago. Why, in that early golden ago no doors were locked at night; tho intel lectual tramp had not yet heard of Col orado; the cultured eastern burglar was still doing missionary work m Nov England, and tho bogus insurance com pauy was then relieving tho widow and the orphan in tiio land of tho l'uritans. Ami there were no dudes hero then. Just fancy one of those little animals out hero among the pioneers, dressed iu a wash basin hat, a blue necktie, a bob-tailed velvet coat, sausage-skin pants and patent leather Bhoes, with the toe as long and sharp as a picket pin, riding along a gulch upon a saddlo about the shape' anil si'zo of a miner's pancake, as ho now joggles along Hi-oadway at a single-foot gait, looking "jut too sweet for anything." Laugh ter. Wtiv. the pioneers would have lassoed him for a uew species of jack ass rahbii; the women would havo run him through :t sluice box and panned him out for ii dollar-storo brass hair pin. And there were no Mother Hub bard gowns then. Laughter. Picture, if you can, :t pioneer woman in a Moth er Hubbard gown sailing arouud a camp lire. No; our pioneer women had no such habits. Loud laughter. Nor did the pioneers wear stovepipe hats. I remember tl.c first plug hat I ever saw on the head of a pioneer. It adorn ed the crown of 1 1. Wilcox as he ven tured timidly along Larimer street one dav. True, this was as late as lMiti. and the pioneer davs were then con - . , , 1 , . , , sidered past, but it was a sad example, and was the lir.-l step to a s:ul end. That erring brother lias come down '. bean Indian agent, -b'rom a spu'ri bi '. .Slum:. Why He Mail no Outer . . j 01lS,l,&afS' ... . . , .- CTAi'l.lOIi'ILLlNOI.Sl.AsiiiK'rt.-ss. "I have told vou bovs a do.-n limes n ; ,,. (, r luuiie county. Jit.. to keep away from this door.'' said 'KlJSiiii,!!. iw,s.,,,,m,t,i merchant, "and the next oae of VOU I as Mel ormU k A- Itccbe, r. ( harlcs.l. lihodesand Wil ...iteli lennr n.r ., !.,., ., ...; r. bam Ib i. lung, sr., pni t to ts. A ,:. us Ithudes & lb nulng Cillcli Hang ng :u i M 1 1 1 I heie will get a . .i,..,().(. Jmuuml, warming that he'll remember." N",11'''' ,H ,"'"'l'v '" "'. Ihe said Charlrs.I. . ii . lihoib s, that a w nt of attachment has been sned out of Ihe ljos Went ItW.iV Inghteneil at I the nttlce ol the Clerk of the Circuit ourt of said the llnei! ol ihe -inori in-ii'i M'ter .i I county of La Salle ai the nut of the said U. II. McCor- ill llin.ll il mi ".'.1 "l. III. Allir lni,.k w u itnin ll. lleebe, partners. Ac, and iq:ali while a little fellow, wearill"- a ragged ! the estate of you, the said I bsrles .1. Khoiles and Win. ;., i ., . ., ,i , : i ' ,-. , llennliig, pal fners, Ac., for thirteen hululred am jacket, came along ami stood on tne ,..,- Hinl HMttnloliars, besides interest, dln-ci- forbidden ;rol!nd. c,l to the hh-riir of said county to execute. , . ,,, , . ! Now , unless von, the said I hnrles ,1. Hhodes, shall ".Move on ilWMV Il'olll there: exclaim- I peisuimll.v besnd aiipear iH-fore the Circuit Court of i .. , ... ...,.l.,,,i ' Miiilcotiirtvoiithetlistilnvoftheiiexlleriiitheriof.su iiiini lie 1 1 ii. mi. be holilen at Ollawa. In saidcounfy.on the second Mon- 'I'ne bov I e It mined si :t nil i n-r lookilli' dav lu Ihe month ol .lanuarv next, give special bail and , . ,. , , ' Up allil OOWIi tlie slleet. Hi! is i etcrnmiei to slefi some- thing," .aid lie merchant. "I'll fix him," and. taking up a piece of barrel hoop, lie rusiii-d out. seiz-nl t he bov, and began to strike him. "Oil. ion arc a stubborn little brute," he said, when the boy stnigglcd but ma .e no outcry. "There, now. if vou come back you'll get I w ice as much.' The cniid crossed over to t he opposite side of iheslicei, and stood rubbing his eves, lie leol I so little illd rai'i'i'il .... ... 'i-r- mi hiingrv, tnat the merchant's heart smote him for ids i-rueitv. . "I'm looking for :i ii'.tli woman, stopping iu front boy," said a of the mer chant s door. "His lather was Killed day 1 cfore yesterday by a railway train. and since then he won t stay in tnc hciise, Sonici i Hies he enters Ihe yard, as thoii jh t . rgeii ui of his great loss, but Midiicnh leiiieni'.Mi ing. he bursts into tears and runs awav. His mother has been dead lor y ears, and his lather was the only human being be cared for. It is aimoM i in ' s-ible to make him under- Staid Wi ill death is. iotldcr he' Si.iinK low i- l 7 ;((. c, pointing, "the poor little fel le.if and dumb. " Arkwisau' ThdMohrn Young Man's M;ikUp. The "in.'ike-nu" of the modern voting I man is as wonderful and cxpeii-i'vo as anv toilet of a t,. i,,.,,-!,, vVi siicn.'tv li.'lb ll. Ili-i liO.s mid er- ! wear are of ilk. Price. fslOD. His pants, fashion ably made, fi-mn 510 ti cost ( 'oat an i vest, ol hue dress goods, are worth -T'l l. A . lo hat an do shoes are indis- pelisable. l-'or his shins he pays ' a dozen. Hi . handkerchiefs are hand liiibroider ed and cost apiece. A ?r;i '0 pin, S'jno ring, ??."iOii watch .and a d:tto e'.:,oi go w iih tiie oiilfit. Tiie oiii , . v.i ,,, ,,. . r man ca:i ie, frJ i wotth of clothes and I.O'MI worli o: jewcirv l about him. Poor fellow ! lint the tiling can be done cheaper. (i.io I suits i ii nd-'rwea r can be had ill s-'I, and l..c nose. f:e be-t I'.albrig- gan. are worti; twenty-eight cents a pair. A go. ul, neat -mi ma-,' oe bought auv Where, ivil'h -made. I o;-'!." I o s go. I birabie and M-i - eikiii . on ,-ale for 1. Hal s ma. b" ii.ot ;.it for : to suit .any body . Sir ies, ready -ni l !-. '.'i :n to ol d -r. -llll'ts ..o ana Mad,- I and A i pin, 'l" ring, c.i.aiu io not iu.ii.i- s... i w :iti iu i i i ga.il. I I l'llll .'.tic. 1:1 :!t vi i !! il i ' eii ,! ill .-(el il . . I ' i '-il , ! ; i . J I 1 1 e t ' . I . - ' j:e . -: i ills SI-1 of j.'A- r off:' Aa Ev.ui Tiiia:. "Arexoii sine that Ihi-- is a gentle horsey" asked a man of a colore I gen tleman, from whom he wished to pur chase a buggv horse. "(ienllesi ho-si in dis town. A child ken driiie him. My wife is a mighty skecry "oihiin. but she ain't afcerd oh dis ho-s. " "Sorry to hear it,"" aid tiie white man. "A gentleman who was running against me for olliee gave me niniiey to buy :i horse for him. I don't wan; you to say anything about it, but .1 want to get a horse that will run away with I. illl iilld kill him." "I'.'ll dis I- .le. hoss. lore a 'sj'ie-s waglu ail ter pieces dav aloiv yestidy, an' killed a cuilud gen'Ieman. id s' - lit yer. s:th, fur he will killde on foriunnte wiiite man lessen a week." Vou trilling liar, I wanted tin' ho: s -for nu wife, and merely te-t'-d youi huii'-sty. I don't want him." Wi.i- a trillin' li-.tr?' 'Von arc." 'I ain't no wuss ilcu yerse'f. bo-s; 'ca-; ycr-e'f tole a lie j-- wv see cf I'd tell one. White man's got ter git out'n de b. il mighty soon in de mawniit' tei beat ir.e teliin' ol a lie. lemme tell yer." -Ark'iiis f v TriiviUr. A California lady 1 as a pair of tcts nors w !i;e'i 1'iiM' ! ' li' T-elf ant' CHASE FOWLEB. Mutter in LlHiiirrrv. MA tltt'H eSA lK.-STA'i KOF M.I.I Vols, LorNTi uk La bALLH.-iiciiit caurl uf mi i-oi(.. In chiinceru. Thomas Wiison, complainant. r. fioorgc W. Wood defi rmant. fubilc notice Is hereby given. Hint In numuanrcofa decree entered In Ihe alsne entitled cause at the Octo ber lerm of raid Court, lo wit. IH-tobcr Ihlrty tlrit. a. ii. l-;l, I, Chase Kowier, Master In Chancery of said court, will, on Saturday, In ceniher 1st. a.i. 1hs;i, t the hour of u n o'clia-k In Hie Inr.-ms.n of said day, at Ihe soii'h door i f tl e Coui ty Court House, in the city of Ottawa. La Salle county. Illinois, sell ai public vendue to the highest and best bidder, for cash. Ihe following described premises, lo wil : One eiiiul undivided one fourth part of ihe west half ol the northwest quarter of the southeast quarter, and t tit- northeast quarter of the southw est quarter, and the touthwi at quarter of Ih-northwest quarter, and the northwest ou-irterof the southwest quarter, which .lit last mentioned tract being more particularly described as follows: Com mencing a the northwest corner of the southwe.! quarter of section nine no. hereinafter mentioned. Irom thence east nineteen 1 19) chains and ninety-nve 0-5) ll. ka to a slake, thence south twenty-nvn i chains and seven y-nlne i .io links to a stake, thence north sixty (tKD degrees and thirty-one OH) minutes, tweiiiy-iwoi-.lichainsand thirty-three tap links. to stake, on Ihe 1 ne of said section, t hence north on said line fourteen ( it I chains and thirty-three ci.ii links to the place of beginning: all of the almve mentioned tracts situated In sectiou nine (9), In township thirty six ilK'u north, range thr.e 3i east of Ihe third (3d principal meridian. Also a i ertain piece or parrel of Umber land, situated In section twcuiy one i i p. town ship and range aforesaid, containing ten acres of land be the same more or less being the SMiie tract of land deeded to Xlcholas Mood ny Henry II. Norton and wife May twentieth, l"-6;l and w hich mid deed wssdi ly recorded In Ihe IJii-order's office of said La Sal e county. In Hisik of Heeds 87. on page 7 I he root. All of the above tracts of land nelng In the said county of La Salle and srate of Illinois; suidcet, however, to an e.ia'e for life In Catharine Martnh Labee in and to the above mentioned real eslate. CHASK K'iWLKlt, Kited Nov. 101 h. ltu. Master In t'haneerv. I- W. ltKKVt uk, ('mplfs Sofr. novlO-liw C'l" AI' r.Or HjJjIKOI 4, La Sa I.LfCu k' ss ii tne J'rotnitt Court thtrtnf. In I'u liit. itrm a. i. ism. Application fur lledlmus to prove will. To whiHii II may concei n, notice Is hereby given that on Monday, perrmher 4th, i ti. 1SS;I, at lilo'clockA. M. ol' said day. application will be made to the said court for Ih-aiinuH t'utritatwn or commission to takr , ''"' d. p,,siiin of lUrmen i: i; (.rand t-irks, P.ikota territory, witnesses to ihe lust win mni test.i aiitlder. residing ai one of the attestlrx .iment of K.i, Covle. teieased. w hen sn.t wnere all persons Interested u.at b" and rppcar and file crossiuterrogatories 1( they fit so to do. Hy order of Ihe Probate Colin of La Salle count, Illinois. A. T. HAIiTKI.S, tier. Oitawa. Novriiiti.TMh, lss.1. ii..vK'-4w i plead to such action. Judgment will be enlercd iigalrst oiiin favor of the said plaliitilfs ami the pmpert) al ' ":n n sold to sutisiv tne same, w in eons Vll I I l VI IV TA V t ill! i-:... I Oltifiva, Illinois. October istli. 1SS.1.' i.iiukki A l.i h i.ks rialiitltl's Attorm" s. wii'. DUNCAN. O'CONOR ft WALL, Jttui iteti ut Low CTAi'M t r' ILLINOIS, La S alls- Co.- sr O hi the I'ticitil I'ttiiit. to Jtiiiuiii y 'itim ISS4. Mary O. Corlev r-. Mariln Corlev. In CAimive'. Allidavit of ttuii-rcsldetice of Martin Corlev having been tiled in the clerk's olllce i f the Circuit Court of said county, notice is then-fore hereby given Ui the said non-resident ib-femlanf that the copiolainant tiled her bill or coinpliisnt In said com t. on tln-iiiuii eery side thereof, on thesthi'. iy of October !sj-;i, mid that thereupon a siinimoi.s tsst:.-il out of said conn Wherein sad suit Is now pending, returnable on the i t I.... ... it... I. ... i... ., i ... law required!' " '' ' .:?!J;?!: .!Ll'V..StJ!V"T1:!:!,:V' I" -" , . ...... ..(-,- .- . n .....Nldl I ireuit Court on the first day of flic next term thereof. to he In. Men at Ottawa lu and for the said county, on the Kecoiid Monday in . lanuarv next, and plead, answer or demur to the said complainant's bill ot complaint, the same and the matters and things therein charged and state. I will be taken as cotifi.-.sed. and a decree en len d against you according to the praver of said bill. w i lli a M w. r.Wi oi:, ork. Ottawa, Illinois, Noveiiiber 1st, a. n. 'Hs.l. Kl'.M A X. OVoMIK A Wall. Com lilt's Sol-. ....,;-iw NO'l'lt 'K,. I'.sT vm ok Wt f t.t.iM C. Ilt;.i , Pkc'p Notice is herehv given, that the undersigned. Administratrix of Ihe Fstatc of Wl Ham c. I. ill. latent the co.inty of Ui Salle and state of Illinois, deceased, will -ippi-.r before Ihe I'robate Court of said eotinlv on the thin! Moiidav i laing the scveiiiei nth day I ol Heceinher lsxt, at the l'rotiate Court lioiim. In oitawa. , ,!,.,,',,n, auam-d said estate are notified I., alien. I in. I pre-eut ihe same In wining readjustment Haled this 1st day t . r November i ;i. IHM. l.L'liTUA M. Oil. I. iiovil 3w A'liiiliiP-tratr x GEO. W. RAVENS, ' 1 'jlSSJllTC Tii'kotS. Forcis;ii Kxclmniro, Insurance Business, IF- MON Jr.; V TO LOAN, sour m ast corner t'oonttflce lllock. Otraw a Illinois. H. P. CLARK, House & Sign Painting P.toer HanirinK. Calciminir.gi Grain ing) Marbling, &c. ' .snoti on i oiumnna m'iti, one mom cast 01 we i oV... iitinois. n..r:o OF ALL KIDNEY DISEASES. KIDNEY and LIVER MEDICINE M. Villi KNOWN TO FAIL. "I hi I s iit.-r.'i! t'.ventv years ti illi severe ilis-e.is.-. t th - ki p.. i , 1.,-t.iro u-iojr Pilot's Item tdy t-.oi .l.is I h is o liev.-il, .'in. I am i:o'v well." .lOSlll .V J L i HILL. " Mv I'livsiriiins thooglit that I tv.ia pfiralvzcil oa i-ne si,,.. ;is lerntdv atllii-U i with rbea fiiiitisni Ir.oii I-i'.a in lssi. I was eiireil bv Hunt's Homely. MLPIIKN tl. .M A SON. " My il.M-t-ir pronounced my cae PrigbC tis e.ie, an. t o, I tno that 1 coiil.l liv-ei.ly I'. rty eight hours. I tlu ti took llunl's Leim ilv, nuil W.us sjM--.li!y elir.-l.'' M. ill .'lisl't:tl. " II ivii: s;1tr.-r.'.l twenty v. ars with kiilney ' ilisi ase, ai, I empleve-l various bvsieiai.s with out l.ein' re'.iei, ,1, I w as ftp -n eiircl bv Hunt's K-inely " SI I.LIV.W Kl NM K. " I have been greatly Iseiictlted bv the uso of Hunt's Il.-me.lv. Ker ihsease ,f the kidneys ami urin.ary i.ricn there ts imthipg superior.'' A. 1. Ml KKHSON. Ai.nritT Hot.T, Tsei., pavtu.istcr Itostin anj Albinv lc.itlroji l, write : "1 hsve tis,s, p,mt i Hi'ine ly, :iml my exwrit-noo with it has been sueli that 1 can elieerfully s.iy that 1 am satis fied tb.it il will ili ju-t uU.it it piomises to do." " I wi nn."ille n arise from tv'tl from an at tack ot k nine v disease. Tho ilivrUim could not relieve me. I w;w finally completely cureil by ujing Hunt' liemoily." FRANK It. MfKSON. "l have nlT''re.l oxtremely with ki.h'eT dis CiLs; alter using Hunt's Heintsly tAO lUys, 1 was etiublisil t. resume busiui-ss." " OEO. F CLARK. One trial will ronvinrf you. For s-U by all llrueglsts. Send for l'ampl-U t to ETOT'S CO., rr:v'.i82ce, 2.L Prlcsra To rent anil 1.2&.