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9taocc. VOL(7M 37. OTTAWA, ILL., SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 1877. NUMBER 32. ruBLiiaiD VVEHY SVriKDAI nORMNG, &t H . IH La Halle Street (flrt Boor). weat of Court Hoaat B-W OSMA.N 3E HAFBMAN. TKKM8 OP 8uh8ch;vtion:' Two Dollar per Annum, In Advance. KATKB OP ADVKKTI8ING '. BC 8o,nre Two Square. Three Squares Poor Htinare Wive Square One-quarter Column., One-thlM Column.... One-half Comma One Otamn lW.'SW.;jM.jaM.jlM.iM.j 1 T. 'I1UU W !0OJ00!l0 1600 moo irsi' m swu: swi ivwi tnuu JOO! SSO JIM! 750 00 1300 WOO 2VJ1 4 VI' 00' 9 00 1100 1 00; if 00 .00S50 700 1100 WOO 2009 MOO 8 Ml 6 00 -.00 I4W 1500 a 00 1 8300 475 100 1200 1500 It-00 30701 49 00 00 1000 1500 181)0 JO 00 3 00 MOO 1000.1900 00 3000 4000 8000 10000 Twelve line of agate make ooesiuaie. Advertisement not under onlract must bi plainly mark i1 the length of time laired, or they will be contln ed and Chanted for un'.ll ordnred out. Bntilneas and proieasluaal cards r uot exceeding (lvalue) merted at five dollar! per annum ; over five lluei one dot- p"!r Hue extra. Traualent advertising In all csaaa to be paid atr'.ctly In dvance. tW Yearly advertlicr alsitontlnutiiK their advertise ment! before thoexplrattoa of the contract, will be cbarg d the rull ratet ai above. Kx'.ra charge will alio be made r JlssolatloD and other nonce not connected with their recular bnalnets. Local notlcca, Oftet i eonta per line. W In no case will these terma be departed fram. XST The date on the slip an w hich the tnbacrlher'a name printed Indicate! the time when the snbacripUon expiree. Person who have paid for the Frii Tka.dk ihould be art-ful to notice that the date on the illp correspond t the date to which they have paid, and at once notify the publisher of any dlicrcpancy. JOBBING DEPARTMENT. Our f ACllltlei for doing all Hindi of Job Work. In the va rtousatvlesof the art, are not aurpaaaed In thla aoftlon. and we respectfully aoltcltttioee wishing anything donetn thla llneto give u a call. By the jucllctoa and liberal use at prlater'a Ink many a man'a fortane as boen made, and the dsld Is still oper.. Try It. Orders by mall promptly attended to. LOCAL MATTERS. Livery & Feed Stable. PETER EGAN Would reapecMully announce to the citizen, of Ottawa and ! vicinity that lie hit. one of Hie cnolcest Livery Stocks In tnla , cltr, at the City Stable, such as tbe I Latest Styles of Hacks. Carriages and Buggies, Fire Out. By the general presence of 'mind of the pro prictor nud clerks at H. J. Gn.LEX'f, the store nnd block was rescued from certain destruction by fire on Thursday. The loss was slight, and the business will continue on the old liberal plan of low priee3 on euch particular article that In the aggregate constitute the itnmenge stock of goods at the "Old Reliable." Neither Are nor water can scare Gii.i.en out of his ideas of business. The escape itself of the establish ment was the result of the arrival of new goods iu such quantities that no place could be had for them in the two rooms below. The fire having destroyed nothing, the Roods are still there, so go and sec them, and buy where you eau buy cheap and save money by it. The Itea.oK. Some people can't understand why it is that Chicago men, men from all parts of the state, fiom the west, from Colorado, and other parts of the country send to Fiske & Beeu for their clothing. Yet they do it. The reason is obvi ous: they can get better goods for their money, and are better satisfied with the work. This has always been the characteristic of the house. The new spring goods have arrived imported and domestic cloths, of the latest New York, London and Taris styles. The spring fashion plates are also here, and the spring work begun. No one can afford not to visit this house, ace tho goods and learn prices, which latter all will ad mit are much lower than for many years. Removal---Forbes & Gehrlng. In order to be better prepared to do the heavy spring and summer business now anticipated, we have removed from the manufacturers of colors, paints, oils, varnishes and brushes in New York, and from the white lead manufactu rers of St. Louis, over forty thousand pounds of the above mentioned goods to our spacious store and basement, on corner of Court nnd Madison streets, which we will offer at as low price us pure goods can be sold for, ond buyers will find it to their interest to trade with us us we only handle (irsi-class goods, and guarrantec as represented or money refunded. We call the attention of dealers in the above goods to the fact that wc huvy an arrangement with the man ufacturers by which we arc enabled to meet the lowest prices ottered by any jobber. Call and sec our goods before buying. FoKlSE A Gltllltl.Mi. Dht (iooi9 vxi) Carpets at Hull's. The Coi.wEi.i.'. Although tho heavy plan ing and building firm of, Colwell, Clark Co., of this city, failed a year ago, it is u great mistake to suppose that the extinction of the firm blot ted out the Colwell. There are three or four of them, and mi the dissolution of the old firm a new ono was organized under the name of Colwell Bros., who seem to be running into the heavy business of the old firm. Meeting one of them tho other day we inquir ed "How's business?'' upon which wo were shown their books, making the following sur prising exhibit of their work since the 1st of January. House built for Cole, In Seneca, t'.Klo; for John Murphy, Ottawa, f:!i5; for Lee, Ottawa, "; Hallowell, Rutland, 300; Smith, Dayton, R.IOO; Hibbard, Wallace, $1,333; Frank, Ottawa, $1,200; Stevenson, $M0; Cottew, Sheridan, $1,125; and ar now working on Judge Payson's dwelling in Pontine, to cost $10,8f0. For a cou ple of midwinter months this is net so bad, and looks like the old enterprise and activity of that noted firm. They claim that they owe their success entirely tJ the fact that all members of the Arm being good workmen and not afraid to work, they can work cheaper than any other Anns. Look out for a stock of Summer and Fancy Silks in about three day that will make you xUire at Hull's. 40 Sewing Machine. There seems to be a disposition on the part of interested parties to keep up to nearly old pri ces on Sewing Machines, while it is a well known fact that the patents on all the most important parts has run out in spite of the lavish expendi ture of money by rich manufacturers to get them J Fire. Ou tteunetday afternoon a vigorous alarm of fire wat ruined, more to frighten the pcoule tliun from any necessity of the case. It proved to be the house In the rear of the City Hall. The cause was exceeding carelessness. The stove was one full of holes, through which the tire dropped on the carpet aud Into the stra which had been under the carpet, but which came through the holes. It was soon extinguished With pails. t The city team, as usual, was a mile away when the alarm sounded, which same is a very funny place to keep them. Does the street supervisor or the lire department control the city team? The Boston 01) Cent Store has removed Its stock of goods to Jacob Chrlstmann's old stand, No. !lfl Madison street. Aliuoat at Fire. A narrow escape from it serious fire was had in Roddicks block on Thursday afternoon. A bad chimney caught lire In the second story, whlc'd was discovered, before a firm hold bad been obtained, by one of If. J. Glllen' clerks. He inimcdiatly gave Information to those below, a dozen of whom went to work immediately, bringing water from the rear of the building, and speedily extinguished the flumes without mateti.l damage. No alarm was given to the Ore department. Hull has the Quest stock of cuui'ets in the city. Distressing Accident. A very distressing uecident occurred in Mar seilles on Monduy, while the inauguration of: Hayes was being celebrated. Tbe repubs. were firing a salute, during which tbe gun went elf CHILD & PHIPPS HAVE REMOVED "I To their New Store; IDT RUSSELL'S BLOCK, nreiamnrelr Masters, the munlnulutor of the extended, anu to meet the competition, they cry I rBn.rod lnil" hl, Mt Ulina, und ,,,., of hig that all machines offered at less than their prices . , . . , Wil- ,mrntul ,,, 8. Wn, ..1.1 n .lnl..,nnnl wl.ldli Dm To letat price, to suit times, Parties, Weddlnga. Fanerala. Plc-NIca, ftc eapplled with good rigs on abort notice, and Funerals In the country or adlotulnK town, promptly at tended to. Peraona taken to and troio the depot, or to the oonniry, night or day. If Keraember the place on Madl on street, near the awing btldge. janes, itn. fETEP ROAN. 1,000,000 TTZ,A-I23r TIL K01t NALK ll IE Clark, White & Co., Utica, 111. lloatl Hit Klght. He is an American citizen of African persua s ion. Ho occupied a w hole scat in the gallery at the Comic Opera. And when Miss Mc Henry said she " was going to sit with the boys in the gallery," It tickled him so aiuon that he cut up a " monkey-shine" or so, during which lie hit bis head a furious bump against the arm of the seat. He gave his head a rub nnd went on list ening to the fun. Tbe door-keeper, however, went down to him, and, showing him a debt bis head had made in the oak arm, told him if he injured the furniture any more he would have to put him out. The boy looUcd sheepish and said he would not do It again ! Elegant Household Furniture, Carpets, Curtains, China, 4c., for Sale at AUCTION ! no 15 1 (Ml 1 IK) t J. lleenan & CoY Winter wheat flour per cwt Kerosene oil per gal Can com 17 lhs German soap It! lbs dried apples Ill lbs prunes 1 00 14 It., f Vrnlinn rli-H 11X1 We hive received lnitrncttona to acll. at the realdence of. (j10jt,e y JJ yS,m tea IMI Mr.. Edward Eamea.Eaat Ottawa, the followltg: (iood.Iap'un tea .....!!.!!!!!!!!!!.!!!!'.! Iti Five Hody WruaaeHfarpeta. t Tapeatry ditto. 4 acta pink1 j i.ri)UIIli f.'.J. i m Lambrequin Cnrtnlnn, 1 n-t marie! ditto. ;i ets red ditto, K . J K"ou "room lor 'w wt blae ditto, 1 blck lla'r-clotn ml 6chira anuoia), 4; Choice fresli onion, carrots, parsnips, turnips, hEintxir Set. I Mark walnut ilureau, 1 tnithotrany Hureau, j 'C, just received nl 1 ex. Dlnliiit Tlile, Sranr-M-ai Dining Uliaira. 1 Oil I'alnilnt i r.ot IIAi, 1 Imlrcl.ith nttumuna. 1 lillt China Tea het, 1 I rtreaklant. Dinner and Tea Sft ivempletr), I allver plated Hat and hose at the 0J tent Store. Tea Sews piece.), Crockery, Ul.nsware, Tinware, c. I , ... . . Date ol tale hereafter. not LMKYEB 4 LISTox. j (onk Eat. Samuel Dittenhi'fer, of the lurge j clothing emporium of M. Mielel Co., slarleu to the east for the largest I). HebxaX C..V The rumor seem we'd founded that a number on his Hiinual trip of prominent clti7-ne '.f Baltimore have resolv-l stock nf spring and summer clothing eyer ed to erect BmoTiimet.i. to the memory of the ; broM,lt t tnis clty- f1(! p0pulari(v of the late Ir. J. Bull. 'i.tvotercr of that womlerful , . , , " , . remedy, Dr. Cull's U,u-h Syrup. ! ubov-1 r,n Kood K"ra"tee for the superior- mm it) m oiyie, texiure anu uuruoiuiy in meir reuuv j .Jand will give one of their! made clothing. Great reduction in prices of "il'.is's Ar.tdetuy on Friday 'fall u- d winter clothing to make room for the , !' which till are invited, com. i etock, --.music. As the proceeds. Hemove.tKxtruUed. tew uniform, nnd as also ,,u . Weil, of the Chicago hide store, having ,itis hoped the turn out ,.,.,,.,. ,,osgCssed of the old Bradford hide I .ton-, ha removed from uudor the corner Those new ptin oou. are continuing being! of Main nnd La Salle Sts., to that establishment, received at Meirafllif. Ail those wanting any- He will iu the future keep a Urge and well se- know to bo entirely false. The .-inger machine is made by the Singer Sewing Machine Corn- pony's Manufactory at Elizabeth, N. Y.; the Williams SiiiLrcr is made at Montreal, Canada; the Stewart is made in New York City. All are good machines, but for excellence in finish the Stewart New York Machine beats them all, and any machine I sell I will warrant to be as good as there is In the market nnd entirely new eith er Singer, Howe or American. I mean business. F. D. Swbetsek. Ar.d still all cooks cry, scud us tbe Kaglc Mills flour. Their favorite brands of Minnesota wheat flour are unsurpassed . Illaaolutlon. Ottawa, February CTth, 1S77. By mutual consent, the partnership hertoforc existing between the undersigned is hereby dis solved. All the liabilities of the fit in arc assumed by A. Lynch, and all accounts, rotes and other claims due the llrm arc due to him personally. A. Lynch, Geo. Beattt. I s!i fill continue the business conducted by Lynch & Beatty, and, having determined to ac cept no more political oflices, will be constantly present to wait on those who may choose to fa vor me with their patronage. I faithfully prom ise nil that the rtc bruoiti w ill sweep clean. A. Lynch. llossack it Clark arc both old and experienced I painters, paper hangers and calcimiLcrs. I'rlcci very reasonable Hold the Fort fur Cheap John is coming with 5 pounds choice Hio coffee for f 1 00 1(1 pounds cboiee . it. sugar tor It pound salerutus (l( ounces a pound) 17 10. German Sonp lor IS lbs. Savon soap (try it) 4 lbs. starch for lfi lbs. Choice Prunes for llllbs. Best Carolina Kicc for 2'i lbs. fresh oat meal tl lb. can peachc ' :i lb. can peaches 10 lbs. choice raisins 1 KI Headlight oil ( tx-Mt ) pcrgullou !UI Baker lost bis left hand ; aud a son of a Mr. For est had a cheek and his forehead badly cut. One would think that after the multitude of acci dents that come from the handling of cannon by amateur hands, the fools had all been killed off, but it appears Lot. Where they will be pleased to see their old customers, as well as all oth ers m want of BOOTS AND SHOES. A com parison of goods and prices with their competitors is solicited. REMEMBER THE PLAGE, RUSSELL'S BLO(. FIRE ricturo Store. frames and Chromos ut the W Cent Ml wc " He Holds the Fort of Heaven." Worda by Mrs. 1). M. Jordan. Music by Charlie Baker. A revival song that cauuot fail lo attain great popularity. Published by F. W. Helmlck, 50 West 4th St., Cincinnati, (). Price 50 cents, sent free by mall to any address. New ukrhs OOOis at Hull's. Bam.. -Bach's Ci popular parties l evening, April ( T Willis will furnH- ' will be expended Lent will then be . will be large. Iccted stock of all grades of leathers, pay the wool, Ac. thlni? In his lino will find it to their interest to ex amine his stock before buying. Satisfaction i highest price for hides, pelts, fur, guaranteed in every instance. (Olvc him a cull in his new quarters. Seed Coi.n. Farmers wlii find an .ibundance. 1 (Nl J.ri 1 (HI 1 (HI SA Kul of a Drunk, A guy young laverick, named Sturback, like "IHjinocritus, always was glad Uf bumper to cheer up his soul, And would laugh like a man that was mad AVbeu over a good flowing bowl." He had a severe failing for the flowing bowl, and could sing that god old song " Landlord, 1111 the flowing bol," In a way that would even make Jaekreddlck tired. He imbibed freely yes terday, very freely, to keep out the cold, and sue reeded, no doubt; for to see him tear around rave one a vivid Idea of the "heat to come." He came out of the saloons to cool off. He banged around the streets, insulting ladies and gentle, men, and at length followed PcrUon into a store en Court street, where he made a disgusting ex hibition of himxelf, and, when put out, took his revenge by kicking the door glass in. This kind of fun In expcnslvous; c Jerry Muher carried him oil' to the Basilic, where he now languishetli. His head feels like a used ur foot ball, and his mouth Is dry as dust. Five dollar and costs is none too good for him, "all the siiinc." Kufctic Flower Baskets ut the UK Cent Mor.:. ORjSURANCE POUCHES Are Issued by the stiidersiixned in thr FOLLOWING COMPANIES At rates demonstrated by adequate experience to be S-AJFIE JLIsTD EQUITABLE : .1 1 if TNA, of Hartford t!,S43J09.27 tltHUUV ISBUllI III.' f n QA.) Q.")A Afi Oroanttd, I8I9. 1859. 1852. 1S10. 1853. 1794. 1809. 1853. riPPXfAVTA V V IIANOVEIL N. Y. " Underwriter!,' 1'olicv," . hartfokd, f Hftrtfurf..;..';..:: .... 3,022,185.00 IIOM E, of New Vonk 0,051,716.84 INS. CO. OF NORTH AMERICA, 11iilJerIiia. . . 5,167,547.40 NORTH I'.R. & MERCANTILE, En 27,000,000.00 11 KEN IX, of New York ,54?,P58.77 The above furnish SI'ltK I XI) KM MTV, the only kiud wrth haiias; or worth uaying for. A share oi your patronage U respectfully solicited. S. K. cor. of Xer Tost Ofllcf IHock. 1 (HI 1 IHI 1 Oil 5 gallon keir best svruo Jl .VI burs Fine Hath Soup fur 100 All goods warranted llrst class and full weight. Try the Cheap Store. Piiii.ui's Buos. Faucy stationery, pocket diaries, potograph Tho (iONprl if Mfirit. Where there is so much livulry as in the man. iifnc tore of fiunilv medicines, he w ho would ruc- 1'ijceed must give positive nnd convincing proof of merit. 1 his Is an aire ol Inquiry, reopie iukc nothinir for irranled. They Uitift know the albums, tine pocket books, gold pens, Knlvep, playing cards, cribbage boards, (Milan fc Huieman's, west of the irhu " and "vhrrtforr" betori! acknowledging the superiority of one orticle over another. Among tho preparations thul have stood the test, those manufactured by It V. 1'ii ce. M. 1., of Ihe World's Ilispcnsary, Bulfalo, N. Y have fur manv vears been foremost. The truth of un stiitement intiile ronceininir them can be easily IMO ONE WHO IS IN WANT Of Ready-Mode Clothing or dents" Furnishing- dtls ou;ht to buy One Dollar's worth till he h:ts visited the only one frkt Clothing House in La Salle county. Look to your interests!-- Study cur CvHinisslJxeaJ our Guarantee! A luy your jnuuls where you get the lest aiitl most goods for your money. And FISKK & UEICM meurt business. And no sales man is allowed to break anv of these rules. ..f choice white seed corn at the F.aglc Mill., Those who used the F.agle Mills corn last year ( were very well satisfied with it. We arc assured this year's corn is equally good. j A meeting of the citizens of th'.i city will be; held at the Court House on this (Saturday) eve n'.ng, in reference to Incorporation, question upon which the city will vote on Monday ncit. Ituy Where You Can IJuy The 1ipmii I. 17 bars German soap for il.UO. 1 " Savon " " ! i-J " Fine ILitli soap for Jl.no. VU " Kirk's " " l.. li pound can peacln' " 2Vt. :; - " " l":t. 2 ' ' corn " l"c:. ;! " papers saleratus 2-VU. Headlight Oil per gallon :iOt!s. Trade with us and save money. To boast of lar-c lot of woven ;pcmnre, reputation. Ac, is too old lo inbu ill sell 2.1 per crnt. encc trade low prices make customers for the l)lg 1 slote. i ll I i.i-i i-" imirt. Fine Hkusi. The three Cne sta'.liofs, N ood'i Champion." " Blackwood' Champion." and the splendid carriage Hallion, " Magtum llonura." w ill make this season at the barns of Call on J. E. Porter .V Co. for the Smith cast the Eagle Mills. These hor.e. w ill be there next .........I Thr mrm II, a An r m.nli I n mil: Mil ll I lOVert Ol CXI fa line liorse ucll Von 'Win Maltrrsscs Ye have Just received a wire mattresses, which we will sell 2- per lcs than former price. To be convinced call and sec. Hi ssem. 0c Sox. : Call t 1- Heenan & Co's. and price their boots and ahooa it will pay you. pocket ascertained, for Dr. Sage' Catarrh Iteuietly and j etc at' I". I lere'a iioiuen Medical inseovery are now ouri nouse . CBtarrll un , jpu iitconsumplion. Tll. Tr ,, jThe ciscovery has no e qual in curing coughs, Thr Troulmilonn.. I (.lds, bronchial and nervous Atr. clions. It allays The wcnlher wus unfortunate for the r rouba-1 u , r ri tu t inn of the mucous in mlriie, ititl di. dours on Wednesibty evening and only a small gi-sllon, and w hen used with lr. Tierce's pleas house greeted Salisbury in his native town. The "t purgative pellets readily overcomes tnrl . ... . liirund constipation,, while the favorite pre- troupe, however, gave one of the sprlghtliest M.ripllon nas n ' rivul in the Held of prepared ami mo-it entertaln'ng perfor'nanccs we have i nu dicine In curine discuses peculiar to females, ever witnessed. The audience was convulsed ! If vou wish to " kmtir tlj!j " procure a copy of with laughter from beginning to end. tbelrjh. chaste wit and inimitable burlesqueo being to the wants of everybody. Trie- fl.rsi. post much for human nature to resist. We should . aire ureniud. Address the au'.hor, I!. V. Tierce, like to say we shall see the troupe again soonj Kutl'alo, New York. but have lltte hope of It. ; The iToTVrHil. " j White winter flour, such as we sell, makes the , Fc KailrUd and of ' nicest bread. Beware of imitations. Sold only t: t(iu .HUtMi scenery and pleasure resorts nf the iThillip" Rro. ! Kocky Mountains, t-v " N)"i Crinkle.-' llie musi- I ' al and dramatic i-riiic of tbe .W l..rtH.rt, I Sprina Hats. a..t f..... .,...ii,. .ti,.n ti.i'ctln r wU'i the Snu " Bart,'' :it Hull A Bartels', savs he will receive j Juan iiuiilr, maps and time tallies of this lie in a few days the finest line of new and nobl.v i and pooular route from Kansas City uml Atebi. . u .,V son to Tueblo, Denver and all points in ( ob.rado, spring Stiff Hats ever seen here. They Wi N,.w Meilco. Arin-na and the San Juan Mines, eclipse anything imaginable. Walt till you see i niV tlnrst line of Tullrnan Sleepers on the con t!.,.in tinent b ttween the Missouii Kii ran.l the K.x ky GUARANTEE. T 1 ed. it' customer find the withit l." daj of Ihe da'e WE GUARANTEE 1-t. Thai the priffH of our g'lods shall be as low m the satnp quality of material und manufacture are sold anywhere in the I'nilcl State. 'Jd. That Ihe pr:i-s are precisely the same to every Uidy fur stitne (juaHtjr, on Mine day of purchase. ;!J. That the ipmlity of g'wxls is as represented. 4th. That the full vu-unt of cash paid wiil b wfunj-nii.itisfiM-ti.rv. and re'urn t;iem worn and uninjured purchase, f Signe 'I r Hm. 24 and 36 Maditoa Street. Ottawa. 111. town. plow. Call and see their implements. Go to M. Sticfel t 'o's. lor tig targair.a in in-1 tot clothitag. mmm I The Boston M Cent Store has removed its ; stock of god to Jacob Cnristtnann's old stand. So. 0C Madison street Leave jour order for painting and piper hanir Inr with IIoa k A Clark before others crowd vou ouL Wood's Spring and Winter wheat flour are always good; aud almys the cheapest flour in the market. U the Old Country and Trize toap. Sold at Phillip Bro. ; should take a look at them. line Mlvrrware. ' J. Uiikey V Son arc daily receiving new Koodi. and already have a very beautiful stock, is fan cy pieces of table silver, we noticed tusny new nd uquisitelv pictty piercs, such t ckeese dishes, jelly carts, rake ba'krta, Ac. They have also an unusually larj; toc k of castors, and oth- l... .t ,n,tr.l foods. AU loc ra of arlin t-bie ser- Ue Should see the goods. j,-. b Wtcii aso MiscsLLixr.bt i P.criu ISG.It should be remtmticred that the honse are at all tirut a ready to do all manner cf repair ing, which will be dune promptly aid salisfac torily. They have also the new Broadway Silk Hat for ' 'w.oma.u. w.tnoui c. . Top. ku, Kan. spring and will make them to order on short no tice; also all other graces, of hats nnd csp. !1 new goods, and sold at" rock ld" prices. D.in't forget this hoU-c wh.-n lo.klt)g for !: rl It ilt uj1y!I ,,), ure to reeomm. nd a '"! gear or tine getits' furnishing goods. j article, especially one that so admiralily su-Uin Bul k Duk-.-. (i.i ji. Something new at-.d "ci fit. tall and sec Ihctn at Hull a. Carpet a, 'arwts (irand IIplT. Scott Bros. A: Co. w ill have their annual opi fl ing of Carpets on Thursday, March loth. They will then txMi.t the finest stock of CariK.ts ever shown In this country, ir.ii v invtte V A l lea.nnt Only. It is ulwavs a nit aure to reeotiitn. nd I all recommendations as does Or. Kinir new dis covery for consumption, t ougl.s ana coi'i". iiig perfecty reliable in every rr- rO. A s.-iere eoujrh or a neirlefted cold y'rid n-adily t i' wonderful power. By it the or-t ees of ar-thina and brotn hilis" arc cured in the shortest, time possible. Consumption and rough worn, patienU w ill remcwi.cr this remedy i L'uatran-) t.ed to give immediate reli-f. Ir. K.ni:'s new disrovery is pleasant to the tate and perfect. j harmleni. As vou talue your rii.u-n r ... Itnt KI!Nr-", 4 l'rTiv Ut says: "We are oi .ni hae vur-flvis witne- cl. .S..ifir.- llJlrm are .ilti.o-t invaluable as an Bk'eDt in the great cause of temperance. A friend of ours In tirllli&nt Voung matii who had become a devotee, and finally "f the wine cup, and tried rrpi alediv to throw o!f the Slavish and Ue iriailirur yoke, W lllioui success, ronsuuru au eu. iiii-nt . I,, iiu-t. a irraduate of the l'aria M-'ili ( ollcires, who reei'tiitnenil'-a to him as a lut re. , srt the above in ntioned remedy. The ellect ! us as astonishing as it was successful. Hein-i f..rn. i. tl.at from tue tinic he comment' t-d to t ue it, he lost all desire for the intoxicating howl, and that the insatiate t raviOL' for drink, known onlT t th- invt t.-rat.: drunkard, was the After Uku.g four bottles tie wat I i kk FtH. The Parker's flair Balsam U the best and cleanest id from w hat we i preoaralioti ever rud- for restoring gray hair 1 1, at tr. JJ-irk't to its original color. It Is entirely harm less and free from tbe Impure ingre-iteiits tnai renoer manv other preparations injurious. I: remove dandrutl. stops he hair falling out, and restore the perfectly natural color. It is cvquisitly per fumed, and so pe'fectly aud elegantly prepared as to make it a toilet luxury, indispensable to those who hse once used it Ask your druggist for it. Nov. Uth, ly i-alt liEvmi.tn Tins Now is the time of year for pneumonia, liin fever, coughs, colds, and fatal results of predisposition to consumption and other throat and lung disease. Bochee' Ger man Syrup has been used la this neignDornood uf a.", whether they wish to purchase or ; not fTorj , tH" without it. Give it n..t Scott Hue. A Co. bottlea free For sale by E. Y. ;rii'i". Trial 'i! I have o'.d my stock f Ready Made Coding. Furnishing Goods. Jtc, to Wm. nermann Meyer (formerly of La Salic), who will pen one door west of the old stand, March lMb. with Choice Vriaxt Sawll tsa wrt a V ra fr thotars-r antiasr' 'New Stock boucbt far h ai.cl will be old at New tok of I-wixts at Hull's ctxt Monday. Books acd stationery at the 9U Ccct Store. Young men who eirly last week had opened negotiations with the fence builder hate with drawn their proposals; disciples of the gentle Uuuk, who had teen scouring up tbe spoons aud oiling their reels and speculating whether lUry touid afford a tie Japan this Kiwi, Lave Prevention is better thH cure, luce a. cough or a cold at onc e, which ta.y ad to coii-J sumption, by iiaitig Ir. Marshall's lunc vrup. an old. n lial.le retut-d which CeTcr fails. 1 rire onlvW cents. I :iiiM'iR' ua K .. . . . . . . i tit .k. ulU. siHtiL'c. .v with ru " " - itmati A lli. n . Eer P.... is. i;.u k. Umd. Ihrt. Im MmmmtUM jsirl haw ... - once allaveu. ;Mier i-so-K o.ur o... ue, --. - . - khout a smrl al.ic- to U it ,..de. and to-dav he fcre.lb- at , - , U5ed lhto pure air freedom, re.u-ted from h' V'V1-! c ue yourself. ro to your druggist and ak him .edestnert man-nr,f r m..st reMectcd a.d '.Vonderful success among hi. customer, esteeinetl vili'-ns. ti.... . I..... will rrll thr worst csa. If TOU i have no faith in any medicine, just buy a sample t bottle of Bosrbee'a Gcranati Syrup for 10 cent and try 4 Regular ie botUe 73 cent. Irn'l lcot cough to save cents. (i; For sale bv ForfMS & Ghering. Iirt.it lot "Avr.KK T Cnui.M." "I'lliKl itimrMi r-ii:ovtll." A few applic-a tions wi'l efiectua'tly rxtrrmlna'e Itats, Mice, Ants nd Koat ht . Kor sab- hv Fo;l'i A Gilinn. .tiart u nej consigned the perfo::cJ b-vt tan to the co house again, March,- the tlaycr of the wiaUr," , j,rrTou. ,"na A imiw pouivly ru'ed by ha norhrtrfor theai. riur.rtf khu whic - ll'lLta. J We raa safely assert that Pr. Marshall' Lang Svn.n la the hett rrnrill for COUf h. cold. A ra for tens. pt n. j broothili ami all pulmonary ewnplaint. Call le atUcbed. for at ! on your druggist and try bottle. The prlc i chool Hy and j ly cent. J Fjr '. t y F.be Gehring, OtUw. P.siast T an. r Jail when tskeu a "rfctf. The I. rata Ccn'.ral i- IcL New York, wolpee-; w .., ... .K,riN for a Vsrtauoe Or J1"lff ffl K 'K N-M-tvr. call at CVta H., wee, o T , ' he Vti'M House. very low prlje. J. S. SncLtit New C i few i.. at M. Stiefrl A Cw'a. Uf 1 1). rtulc srno'T at i .' I'', ors ("iM per 4ay. tt-oek, at X S'-rfel A CoV.