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OTTAWA IfKEE TRADED; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 15, 1881.
laat Saturday rjl,:ht, assisted by Sljfnorl BrlnoU, Tacliapletra and Miss Alta Pease. The celobrated Italian actor, Uossie, tho rival of Salvia!, bejjan lila American tour at Boston nn th Sil. niieulnir at the Globe In "Lear." The Croat actor wag very well received. 'Patience" will be given for the tlrst tlmo In Chicago at the Grand on to-morrow eveniuff. "Hazel Kirke" received it one thousandth representation in Boston last night. On Wednesday afternoon " Forgct-Me-Not" was performed by Miss Genevieve Ward aud her company for the 400tU time. Tim Aiitlwmv .fc Kills Uncle Tom party travel In their own hotel car. KEI.I.Otill CONCKItT. I have been for some time engaged in working to have a Kellogg concert here, as I have been very desirous that the people of Ottawa and La Salle county should have the opportunity of at tending a concert given by what I consider llie finest concert company ever organized In Ameri. ca. And with the encouragement I have received from tho Ottnwa people, and some little Indul gence on the part of Mies Killogg's manager, I have been able at last to make 11 rial hi raiigements for a concert on Monday night, Nov. 7th, in the Opera House. I have also arrunged that, the ad mission prices shall bo only $1.50 for the first iloor and l.C0 in tho eallerv. with no extra charge for reserved seats. F. A. Sherwood. The new flourltiir mill is ready for the roof. It is a very handsome building of four stones above the foundation walls. The success of the picture, picture-fnime ami lnouMin-'s department recently added to our bnsinees lias iiiile exceeded our cxpectatations liut. we have taken great pains to Keep our stock in the best condition, securing every nov elty procurable that is nt all desirable, this we believe id the secret of our success thus far Wc shall endeavor to make t lie stock in the future as attractive as the trade can make it, and oner only the newest goods and the latest novelties. Meantime cull in'nnd see the novelties in vel vet and made frame's and chromes just opened Frames made to order in the best style, l'lease call on us ' Osmas & Hapkmas. Fiske A Beem are responsible for the Introduc tion of the electric light In Ottawa, and on about Nov. 1st, their handsome store on La Salle street will be lighted 1b that way, making one of the only three clothing stores lighted in that way west of New Yoik City Wlllouby's, Nutting's, Chicago, and Fisko & Bccui's, Ottawa. The pow- or has been secured at the Starch Works, water power being used as more steady than steam. The Starch Works are to have four lights, Fiske A Beem three or four, and Scott Bros, probably as many. These lights will each be equal to 3,000 candles. A gas jet along side of tho electric light is more insignificant than a tallow dip along side a good gas jet. There will be also a light at the corner of the Opera House Block, lighting both streets. I. O. G. TVs of Dint. No. 2, met In this city on Tuesday and Wednesday. A large number of lodges were represented, and the reports were rery hopeful in their tone. Tho work thus far done is very cheering; and a plan was laid out for future work. The resolutions adopted show that the order means bard work: that they will meet the liquor dealers at the polls, will work for a prohibitory law, aud call on all Christian people to aid them In temperance work. During the rain storm of last Wednesday night, the water rushed into the cave of the "Hint house" at a lively rate. The men teasing tires were euro It would soon reach the bars! and sent for Mr. Trimble. The danger was over-estimated, but a pump was put at work, and kept running until 4 o'clock a. m. before thecavc wasetnptied. So you see that the rain was rather more than a "shower." It Discounts Liuutxino. Mr. Corcoran, of Joliet, has been in Ottawa this week, opening up stone quarries, blowing boulders to pieces, &c, with dynamite. Ills first job was at the Raymond stone quarries, west of the city. The Ottawa stone is one of the best building stones in the state. It is very durable; stands the weather perfectly, and takes on a very high polish. It is very hard, however, and Is much more difficult to quarry and to work than the Joliet aud Le mon!; stones. It Is found also in thicker veins or strata. At tho Raymond quarries they are now operating in a layer some four or more feet thick. Into this stone holes were drilled into which the dynamite cartridges were placed, and exploded by electricity. In two explosions over 200 perch es of stone were loosened up on Monday and Tuesday. The rock was rent to the sand rock below, and how deep the shock went Into the and rock is unknown, but for a considerable dis tance. The sand rock Is pulverized and can be shoveled out with ease! On Tuesday afternoon he made a blast at Stor mont's foundry to break up some iron rolls late ly used in thn Starch Works. The blast, howev er, didn't work as intended, and blew the frag ments of tho rolls Into the air instead of the ground. The debris was hurled about the neigh hood in a very vicious manner. A Ave or six pound,"ehunk" was burlod as far as Turn Hall yard, and a smaller piece of iron was driven through the building! and several other buildings in the immediate neighborhood were "peppered with relics of the rollers. No one was hurt, nor was the damage serious. The rolls were demol ished though. Since then Mr. Corcoran has been at work west of town, blasting stone and granite bould ers in the Reddick pasture, where a prehistoric iceberg or glacier seems to have unloaded its car go of New England boulders. The C, B. & Q. has been runnlnjr for a shorti time past a lot of coal cars whose capacity is 20 tons. Thus the capacity of coal cars has been doubled inside the last five years. When last week coal dealera In Ottawa ifare notice they had elevated the price of suft coil to 3.35, Joliet people were congratulating them selves that coal had droppeit to 13.50! And about the same time Aurora working men anil others were holding a public meeting to consider plans for securing a reduction In the price of fuel, and a co-operatic plan was adopted. Ottawa is so situated that no such troubles should be possible here where coal is as plenty and a cheap as in Streator and cheaper than iu La Salle. Nothing; Snort of Cnmlstakable Ilenetits Conferred upon tens of thousands of sufferer could originate and maintain the reputation which Ateh's Sarsapakilla enjoys. It is a componnu of the best vegetable alteratives, with the Iodides of Potassium and Iron, and Is the most effectual of all remedies for scrofulous. mercurial, or blood disorders. Uniformly suc cessful and certain In its remedial effects, it pro duces rapid and complete cures of Scrofula, tkires. Boils, Humors, Pimples, Jruptions, Skin Diseases and all disorders arising from impurity of the blood. By its invigorating effects it al ways relieves and often cures Liver Complaints, Female Weaknesses and Irregularities, and Is a potent renewer of vitality. For purifying the blood it has no equal. It tones up the system, restores and preserves the health, and imparts vigor and energy. For forty years it has been in extensive ase, and is to-day the most available medicine for the suffering sick, anywhere. For sale by all dealers. 1 Ntto aubertfsemmt. AYEBXLL FAHJT READY FOR USE. 3-TT:R,:isrrr:E:E:D. Has been in use over 11 years. Will wear longer tlian the best lead and oil. For sale ,hy corner La Salle and Madison Streets. Dr. J. II. Goodt'll, of Marseilles, says the 1UJ- htei; has been for some time manufacturing a small engine and boiler with which to ran churns, pumps, hand corn shelters, Ac. Having perfected one he gave a public exhibition of its powers Saturday last, thoroughly demonstrating that he has the correct idea, and that his engine will prove a success. Steam Is trenerated by means of a gasoline lamp with three burners. The engine is attached to the boiler. The boiler is about three feet lonir. and the engine has a pump attached and works like a charm, and can be manufactured at a cost of about f 10. Dirt). At Ms father's residence. In South Oituwa.on Wednesday, Oct. l'.'th. af consumption, KKKPKUICK STKVENSj aged 21 years. 3 mouths ami i iliiyn. Dinneen & White, Wholesale mill retail dealers In .mule mill retail dealers In IIAHD COALS, Nut, Range, Egg AND Thirl Vein Soft Coal Exclusiyely, AT LOWEST PRICE. Oltlce and Scale with Thaver. Mutters & Co.. near Hock Island Depot. TELEPHONE, No. 55. tW Coal delivered to all parts of the city. octl5 DISSOLUTION. By mutual consent the Arm of .7. II. Harrla A Co. la till. day dissolved. AH accounts of the lute flriu will lie nettled by N.C. Perkins. J. u. hakkiis, Ottawa. III.. Oct. 1. 1881. N. C. 1'KliklNS. Piles! Piles! Piles! A Sure Cure Found at Last ! No One Need to Suffer! A sure cure for Blind, Bleeding, Itchiuir and Ulcerated Piles has been discovered by Dr. Wil liam, (an Indian remedy,) called Dr. William's Indian Ointment. A eiugle box has cured the worst chronic cases of 25 or 30 years standing. No one need sutler live minutes after applying this wonderful soothing medicine. Lotions, in struments and electuaries do more harm than good. William's Ointment absorbs the tumors, allays the intense itching, (particularly at night after getting warm in bed,) acts as a poultice, gives instant and painless relief, and Is prepared only for Piles, itching of tho private parts, and for nothing else. Head what tho Hon. .1. M. (Jolllnberry, of Cleve land, says about Dr. William's Indian Pile Oiut- mcnt: I have used scores of rile Cures, nntt It all'ordfl tuo pleasure to say that I have never found anything which gave such immediate and perma nent relief as Dr. William's Indian Ointment. For sale by all druggist., or mailed on receipt of price, fl.OU. octl5-ly r OKBhs iV hUKiiiAl A, Agents. High School Report. 8AMVF.L W. RATMONP. Sehool Treasurer T. 33. 15. 3. Ill account with the 11 mil si'itoOL tor the year ending beptcmber 30, 1SS1: 1W. IlKCEII'TH. Sept. ii, loan t-j.o.TS no Oct. 13, a;33 NoV. 1. " l.WWKI Nov. 27, tuition 27 01 Nov. W, bum t,(tT.O 00 Dee. 2, tuition 150 00 Pec. is. Dee. a-l, ISM. .Ian. il, .Jan. Ki. Keh. 9, March II. April 9, May Hi, May so. Tax, ln0. ,i HI S f 5 18 do ... IK) 00 ... vw 75(10 7MKI 1.1 V) ...M.626 .-a - f."2.;i5 41 Italance due Treasurer Oct. I, lssl . 110 73 f Z.V'jt 14 niSIinRABMKXTK. Teachers and Janitor 1",980 00 l.oan, interest, tiomis aim coupons it.'w i Architect 7?3 5fi Coal mvi Incidental SUM tZI,9.-,6 14 All of which la respectfully submitted. B. W. IJAYMONW. Treasurer. Skin Diseases Cured By Dn. Fkaziek's Magic Ointment. Cures as if by magic Pimples, Black Heads or Grubs, Blotch es and Eruptions on the face, leaving the skin clear, healthy and beautiful. Also cures Itch, Barber's Itch, Salt Kheum, Tetter, Ringworm,, Scald Head, Chapped Hands, Sore Nipples, Sore Lips; old, obstinate I leer aud sores, iKC. SKIN DISEASK. F. Drake, Esq., Cleveland, O., suffered beyond all description from a skin disease which appear ed on Ins hand, ueail and face, and nearly e etroyed his eyes. The most careful doctoring failed to help him, aud after all bad failed he used Dr. Frazler's Magic Ointment and was cured by a few applications. The first and only positive cure for skin diseases ever discovered. Sent by mail on receipt of price, Finv Cents. HENRY it CO., Sole Propr's, Cl.KVCl.AMl, O. For Blind. Bleeding, Itching or Ulcerated Piles, Dk. William's Indian Pile Ointment U a sure cure. Price fl, by mail. For sale bv druggists. octl.Vly FOKBE3 & LOKRIAUA, Agents. GARFIELD Agents wanted for Life of Presi dent (lardeld, A complete, filth ful hlatorr from cradla to grave. bv the eminent biographer, l. o!. Couwell. Introduction by Ifls Kxcellenev, .Tohn D I.oii(r, (lovernor 'if Massachusetts. Hooks all rdaiiy for deliverv. An elegantlv lliusrrated vol nine. Kndorsed edition. Liberal terms. Agents take or ders for from 20 to 5o copies dally. OuUells auv other hook ten to use. Agents never trade money so fast. The book sells itself. Experience not necessary. Failu.e unknown All make immense profits. Private terms free. OEulitiE STlNsoN A .. Portland. .Msine. Dr. Frazier's Root Bitters. rr7,,P'j Ilnnt Rittera tint a Hrm almn ' The wor d-renowned snfhor, In this admirable future, I r razur s ikooi Diners are not a "fi?'!Ptp,rijpnTirriaii kimnrnctswirii iimithFsvhin.ti-1 whiskey beveraire, hut are strictly medicinal in Ki)uM-or s.-it-ai.u.- n i- ea-rtuaiiy r. m..ved withont' every Renae. They act Strotisrly upon the liver dangerous surgical urn-rations, bnugb-s. Instruim nts, rlngsl nnA L-,i,..-a l-tt.... i... k,.,.ni. ...,.ia. oreord.als: rrintli!g out a miKle oi cure at inee rertlri ouu m,c .n yk - mane iue wean strong, neai uie mni;, iiuim up llie nerves ana e eanse the blood ana svstem of every inipurity. For Dizzinesi. Rush ot Blood to the Head, tend- Ine to Apoplexy. Dyapepsia, Fever and Aptie, uropsy, rimpie ana woicnes, ecroiuioun uu- inir, r.ryslpfla. Sore Eyes and, foryounjr men eullLrin'ir from Weakness or Debility caused from Imprudence, and to females in delicate cealtt, hrazler a Koot Kitttrs are especially recom mended. Dr. Frazkr: I hare used two bottles of your Koot B;tten for Dyspepsia, Dizziness, Weakness and Kidney Disease, and they did me more good than the doctors and all the medicine I ever used. From the first dne I took I beean to mend, and I am now in perfect health and feel as well aa I ever did. I consider your medicine one of the greatest of bleMlnjrs. Mrs. M. Martin, Cleveland, O. 8old by drureists everywhere at $lper bottle. oetlMy FORBES i LORRXAUX, Agents. T. J. SMUllll, Ottawa. Illinois. Neto xlMerttsmnents. PIATCO-POnTES. I'NhUUALLl.I) IN Tone, Touch, WorlmansMp & Durability. 1TIIXIA9C KSABE & CO. Nos. 4)4 and 206 West Baltimore Street, Iialtluiora, No. 112 Filth Avenue, New York. V l T YTl Al V V irymi would learn Telegraphy IVUiivi iHiiii in tour monins. Him neceiuun ot a situation, address VuUntliii' Bros ., .latiesvillc. Wis. EMPLOYMENT M-.eAJhaR Also SALARY permonlh. All EXPENSES advanced. W At; Ks) promptly paid. SLOAN k Co. aoO littorgo St. t luclnui.il. O. $777 A YKAI! and expenses to agents. -fMittlt. I'rce. Address 1'. (. VICK KUY, Augusta, Maine. BIG PAY. S Kasy work ; steady Job. Costly samples free rite to LIMJsKY iv. CO., M irblehead. Mat. Newspaper Advertising Bureau. 10 Spruce St. N Y F. P. SNYDER, AVortieu nt Lmv. QTATR I-' 1 1 . 1 4 1 J H f. La Sallk Co.-sk In the. Circuit Court, January Tti m, PeleirO. iinvriisr. Alice Havens. In Cham-try. AtllO.ivit of non-residence of Alice Havens, the above defendant, Intr Ih-cii Hied In the clerk's oltli f the Circuit Court of said county, notice Is therefore hereby itlven to thesald iioii-remdcnt defendant that the coiiiolamaiit tiled his bill of complaint In said court, on the chancery side thereof, on the ilh nay of Aucust lSXI, aud that thereup on a summons issued out of said court, wherein said suit is now iiciiiliiij. returnable on the second Monday lu the month of October next, as Is by law required. Now, unless you, thesald non-resident defendant above named, shall personally be and appear before said Circuit t'ourt on the Hrst day of the next term thereof, to lie ho'den at Otttawa, In and for the said county, on the secoud Mon day In January next, and plead, answer or deii.ur to the said complainant s bill of toniplaint. the same and the mat ters and thiuus therein charged anil stated will be taken as confessed, anil a decree entered npilnst you according to the prayer of said bill. V. W. TAYLOK, Clerk. Ottawa, Illinois, Oct. 11th. Wl. F. P. Snviikb. Cuniplfs Sol'r. oetlS-lw I.MrVAI.. SK1TLHMKNT NO'l'H'K.-l . tats ok Thomas McOi vn ks, Dkc'h. Notice is here by frlven to all persons Interested In said estate, that the undersigned. Administrator of the estate of said Thomas McOinness, deceased, will appear before the County Court of the county or Salle and slate of Illinois, at the County Court House in Ottawa, in said county, on Monday, the Itftn day of Deeeinbar A. i. lmt.forthe purpose of remlerinis an account of his proceedings In the administration of said ce cal e for the II mil sett lenient. Dated at Ottawa, this 11th day of October 1SS. WILLIAM CASKT, Attkst: P. W. Stockhi.ro er, Administrator. Clei k County Court. Lu Salle Co., 111. oct!5-w W. DUDGEON r.noiiLAMi, l.N Real Estate Broker. Taxes paid. loans negotiated and peneral real estate busi ness transiU'ted. I hue several tine farms and business biiildltiKH for s:de or trade on excellent terms lu Ooodland and vicinity. Iowa, Missouri and Kansas lands to Kx chance for real estate In Newton, Denton and .lasper counties. aus-J7-tf DR. PEIKO Devotes, as tor years past, meopathle treatment of exclusive attention to the Ho- Throat and Lung Diseases. Oltlce, H3 Madison St., (opp. MeVlcker's Theatre.) CliiraKQ, Hours, 9 a. M. to 4 I'. H. sepl7-4w A VALUABLE BOOK. Just Published, Dr. Kohert Hun ter's New lam phlc t on llie I'roper Treatment of the Diseases of the f hroat and Lungs. Every person afflicted with thesa diseases should know Just what their symptoms indicate, and In what way tin y can most certainly n-Kain their health. Ir Uobert Hunter, the author of this pamphlet. Is learn ed in special treatment of throat ami lung complaints, ant) during the past thirty years has bad greater experience In their treatment than any other physlciau of the 17. 8. The different forms of lung complaints, their relative curability, the several modes of treatment in use, with practical observations on the diet necessary In certain ills eased conditions of the body, are fully discussed In this valuable pamphlet. Published by Donnelley, Gazette, Loyd & Co., Chicago. Price, 23 o nta. Persons troubled with any throat or lung disease can ob tain copies fret by applying to the author. Dr. Robert Huh' ter. IU! State strm t, Chicago. septl? A GREAT CAUSE OF HUMAN MISERY Is the Loss of A J .eetu r on f I in N'l-f u ro, TrfMiMiionr ami j Hadicai cure of seminal Weakness, or StK-rteatorrhn-a. ln- d'icc'1 by sell-Abuse, Involuntary rjniHi.ii, us, Iiiipoteec-,1 mtvo'I iieruiiTv. aim iiiijtetfHiieiiT. to Marriage generally ; , ronsiiihpiion. Kiuiep.j and F its; .sb nt-ii and phj.lcal Ini-'a-i.acitv. 4c -Hv (MllhliT J. CT'LVMIWELL. M. D.. author of tl.e " Oreen Book," 4c. I and effw tual, by which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be, may cure h , may cure himself cheaply, privately and j IT" Thin Lecture uill prote thouinnd. boon to tftoumndi an1 Rent, under seal, in a plain envelop", to any address, on i pi oi sixcciiTsor iwo psiage .ihiiiis. -v nave aiM,,laureeurlorTape Worm. Ad'ireM THE CULVERWELL MEDICAL CO., j i 1 A nn 8t New York i P. O. Bi.t 4 r.O. ' NOTICE. I Notice is brrehT given, that at the xt annual n'e t:rgl T ttie sTorknoiiiers or tne Ottawa i.iaen t oiopafv. in hld at the ottlee of tha companv on Mondav. sru.tr fb, 11, st Jo ei.s k r ., a proK-aution to Uicreasc the si:tl stuck of said company will be voted on. J H. CATON. THdMAs D. ATUV. IIENHY A. COLE. Ottawa. Ill , Sept. 14, lmi.-Jw lirwur. FirK nnaustit Anjtt'REiicil TATIOJIAKY (umlaaad tnltllateil-at oaatAB B APEMAS'l. s. H5.L JJ1 ilov 'SJ. ..MMM! .W-.'ll WW! m i r r m n w w a w m SPECIAL NOTICE. MRS. I) It. KECK returns to Ottawa Oct. 25; remain.' until the iilug of Oct. 31. Oilice and Parlors at the ClifU'" Hotel. Keck's Medical Infirmary. It is well known that the D.ictor's special practice Is Chronic Diseases, tnil It Is needless to enumerato the various ill ments treated. Vuu have rend what the people say: now peruse with care THE OPINIONS AND CRITICISMS OF THE PRESS: "No Invalid who values health and Its blessings should overlook the mass of testimony which e lists as to her ability to cure apparently hopeless cases. 'Lincoln I III.) Herald. "The Doctor is adding dally to her already tlliisflous sod well-earned reputation." eoM'n Journal. "Indeed, If all our physicians were to take the same Inter est, and work with the same professional zeal as Mrs. Dr. Keek, who gives her life, her entire time and labor, to the graud coiHiiest of human iIiscasa, then would there be less alllictlon and uciter neaitn at large. - moommgion uunm "This lady Is herself a remarkable woman. Engaging In the practice of medicine about 15 years ago, when It was so ditllctilt for a woman In any public position to have her (nullities recognized, or even to meet tolerance, Mrs. Dr. Keck, by virtue of rare merit supported by indomitable per severance, baa worked heroicly aud rapidly upward, until now she stands upon an eminence, professionally ecu-orated, socially respected and nunclally solid." Ductnport Qatcite. "Mrs. Dr. Keck lias shown herseli to be a wonderful wo man, and tier career Is a wonderful one, look at In what way yu will." I'eot la National Democrat, "Frank, generous and kind-hearted, she has won the f-fi-cOoiis of all ebuises. and Is respected and honored, not alMiie for her professional attainments, but for her high iUl- itles as a lady anil uprigiu citi.en. inauxirietoj i eurut. v sneak from our own knowledgti. when we saj she Is one of the most successful practitioners lu the treatment of disease made a specialty uy her lu th's country."-I'd-itiylon farmer. This lady has gained an eminence In the practice of her specialty of chronic diseases, which inspires meritorious emulation on me nan oi younger, mm writ umr, , iiii;i.i of Ksculapltis, niiil the results of her skill siH successful treatment bring forth the praises and blessings of hundreds, uolln Diiveaportonly, but throngs, the broad distance of the stales." Oaveupnrt Ilemorral, "This lady ha developed a system of practice which Is distinctive, and seems to meet the requirements U which It Is applied, with a surprising facility." i'eorttt Traimcrtpl. "She Is now a sound, healthy woman, capable or doing the work of five ordinary women. Khe has not only cured herself, but she has cured and is curing thousands of others afflicted with the same Inllamed condition of the mucous membranes, whether of the. head, respiratory organs, or other parts of the body. Her success Is unprecedented. I'eoria Autioddl lietiuterat. "Some who have been nivcn up by our tiest physicians as Incurable have been placed under (he care of this lady, who has saved tlicm from an early grave."-llltomimjtoH tun ttiltl Kyi. well known In central Illinois as to have be- come a household word in hundreds of families. Is that of; Mrs. Dr. Keck."-AreiHi I'eoriaii. tfe- OoiiHiilttitioti ami trial if trims CANTON SULKY PLOW. Wrought Iron Frame, Wheels $ Beam. I.KillT DKAFTI SIMI'LK IN OI'KKATION ! STRONG AM Dl'HAlIl.K We take pleasure lu calling the attention of farmers to the clu nihility um! good work it Iiiim no eiuulf ALSO IIAVS J. I. CASE THRESHING MACHINE, Which needs no commendation from us. for It has eloquently spoken for lteelf all over the country for years, and with Its late Improvements It stands without a rival In all good points. G-. W. REED & CO., A'lgUSt 30, IM1. OlMinit. 'Jittoii Hotel.'Oltawa. III". 15" m1i . cT eve- t "She has cured herself and thousands of ethers, and has made a name which many life-long professional doctors and firadnatesand men of letters w ould be proud of, has lifted leraelf anil nnlmable family from the plain walks of llie to that of the highest In their circle, both socially and finan cially, and to-day Is loved and respected most by thore w ho know her best." V'sortu Satioiial Dtmocrat. "It Is always a pleasure to record the success of women, who, unaided and through illtncultlei and trials during youth ami early womanhood, rise superior to all opposition and iiirmoiiat the many obstacles continually arising In their onward progress and achieve a success and promi nence in any department of lite, aud much more so In the walks calling for learning and superior knowledge. Mrs. Dr. Keck commenced the practice of her profession some fl f teen years ago, and has achieved a success and promi nency as marked and nattering as it is fully deserved." In UmlriM of J'eoria. "Mrs. Keck has la-en an active and successful practitioner for fifteen years, bhe niakea a special study of chronic di seases only, and lias certainly performed many wonderful cures." lVAlni(on t'avnitr, "Time, and a larger acquaintance with the people only serve to add yearly to Mrs. keek's celebrity as a physltlau aud a good name as a citizen." Krtnlng I'eorian. "This lady Is so well and favorably known to imr readers that she needs but a passing notice here. She comes always crowned with compliments, and hearing the highest recoui Herniations." Lincoln '.) Timet. "During her last visit here it was wonderful to see the vast crowd of patients that gathered around her." Lincoln (111.) Herald. "Tke Doctor's rapidly growing popularity Is a constant cause of remark, bhe has always ha, I a large practice here, probably the Itrst In the city, and still it is fast Increasing, and patients come from great distances "J'eoria t'rttman "The growth of her business In this city has been steady aud rapid, and her reputation for practical skill In the treatment of chronic diseases Is w idely Increasing." Arc ning I'eorian. "Mrs. Keck has earned the great fame which she enjoys bo untiring activity in hehait of the sick, and earned It well. She Is well known to our readers, and her seclul treatment for chronic diseases needs no mention, for those so troubled, for hundreds ot miles around, seek her counsel. It gives us pleasure to chronicle the fiu-t that after nearly seven years of regular periodical visits to llloomliigtoii. her practice Is now larger tlniu ever before, and on a steady Increase, as a result of many cures performed." JiloonUngton Uallettn. "During a practice of nearly fifteen years Dr. Keck has gal lied, without doubt, a grealer celebrity than any Female I'hvsif lan In the west, sad the strongest endorsements uuir 111 from all part of the country." H oodford Sentinel. 'I'mbaWlT no phislclan Iiiik ever co:ue to our cllv who re ceived a warmer aud kindlier reception than "the capable aim eminent laity, wrs. nr. kcck. Lincoln i in i iieraia. KKKK. at otlli-e, Olifroii lloi.-l. ocll5-;lw aliova famous Sulky Plow. For liithtm-nn ot ilriilV and Is the popular favor! te every where. Till ( K1.SIIKATS1I 0f e& Vv fltto atbmistmrntB. A NEW DEPARTURE! THE LARGEST STOCK OK Picture Frames .Mouldings, kc, IN LA SALLE COUNTY. We have Just added a new department and hare sow ready lor public Inspection th largest, tnosl va ried and complete line of Picture Frames, Picture Mouldings, ltoom Mouldings, Cornice Mouldings, Lambrequin Mouldings, Ornam'l Gold Mouldings, Hard Wood Mouldings, With (J old and Rhony Ornaments, 4c, In this county. jmS FRAMES' Manufactured on Short Notice, 'AT PP.ICK8 THAT. DEFY COMPETITION. Steel Engravings, Artotype Engravings, A Very Large Stock. WeCalsotfurnish Pastels' Water Color and Oil Paintings on Order. f'ome and see us. We shall nsv special attention to thj departincnt, and all orders entrusled to as for Engravings. I'lctiires, Frames, Mouldings, Ac, Ac., will not only racelve iroiiipt and careful attention, nut will be executed la Wis icst possible style and at the lowest prices. OSMAN &, HAPEMAN, OTTAWA, ILLS. KENDALUS) The Moat Suoceaaful lUiiioly ever.? dlacow erad, as It Is certain In Its effects and d-Hs not blister. Also tiscellent for huinan flesh. KKAD FHOUK IIEU1W. Kendall's Spavin Cure. Fremont, Ohio, .Isn IMh, lt. Da. H. .1. KasoAt.l. A Co., tletits:- I think It my duty t r Ii r yon my thanks for benetlts and piotlts which I hava derived from your luvaluable and far famed Spavin Cure. My cousin and I had a valuable stallion worth K.i""' wlild had very bad spavin, and was pronounced by four emi nent Veterinary hurgeous beyond any cure, and that tha horse waa done forever. As a last resort 1 advised my cou sin to try a bottle of Kendall's spavin Cure. It hail a magi cal etfect; the third bottle cured It, and the horse Is a well asever. Ir. Ilek, f F.dlnburgh, the eminent veterinary surgeon, was an uncle of mine, and I rake great Interest la Msistli, bis profession. our. tr,,. A w gf)V Clvil Engineer. Kendall's Spavin Cure. w llton. Minn., ,Ian. nth. 11. II. J. KitNtu. Co., (ients -Having got a horse book of you by mail a year ago, the contents of which persuaded me to try Kendall's Spavin Cure on the hind leg of one of my horses which wis badly swollen and could not be re duced by any other remedy. I got two bottles of Kendall's Spavin Cure of I'reston 4 l.iidclntli, liniMgists of Waseca, which completely cured my horse. About live years ago I hsil a three yesrs old colt sweenied very bad. 1 used your remedy as given In yi ur b.ok without rowelllng. and C must say to your credit thai the coll Is entirely run d. w hich Is a surprise not only to nivself. but also to my neighbors. You sent me the hook lor the trilling sum of 1 cents, and if I could not get another like It I Would not lane tweary five dollars for It. Y'ourt truly 4 OKOIitiK MATHEWS Kendall's Spavin Cure. Wlntlirop. Iowa, Nov. aid. I IlR. It J. Ku.t. A "., l,enls:-F.nch's.-d p.ease Bu.1 2'i i-enis for your I n-atls'on tin- lli.rse aiol his Iisases. I have In en using Kendall s spavin i ore on one ot tnv norsss for tsuie spavin line dottle entirely cund the lameness and remove. most all the bunch. 1 ours respi'etnniv. j LhKlV M. C.R.VI1JM Kendall's Spavin Cure 0X HUMAN FLESH. Tatten's Mil's. Washington O. N. Y., Feb. 21. f?T Pit II.. I KtsioU, l":ir S r: -The p.rticnlar caw oa which I used yur Kendall's spv1n Cure was a malignant ankle sprain of siveen months st .n.'.ing I Ii-mI trieu many things, but in vsln. our sreiUn I ur iit the tisn to uis ground again, and for the flrt lone since hurt. In a natural l"iti,iii. r..r a lamiH liiiliiient It exec s unvth'ng we ee used. Nourstrulv. I;KV. M. 1'. l'-KIL. r.istor oi 1. r.. t niircn, raiteii s .iins, .-s. t . Kendall's Spavin Cure Is sure In lu elbvts. itahl In Its a. tlon as it does not aiistsr yet it is penetrating and p.iwerfu! to teach every deep-seated pain or to remove any Km)' growth or other enlarge ments, such as spavius, splints, curbs, callous, spralaa. swellings, and any lameuesa and al! enlargements of the Joints or limbs, or for rheumatism In n on. snd for any pur pose f,.r w ii'.ch a liniment ts used f ir man or beast. It is now known to be the bet llmtiient for man ever used, act ing mild snd yet certain In Us emi ts. 'nd aildresa for Illustrated Circular, which we thin gives positive pronf of Its virtues. No remedy has ever met with such nnqualined surces to our knowledga. of be ist as well as man. Price $1 per bottle, or six bottles for Alt Dre. prists have It arcan get It for you. or It will Be sent to any addrea oo receipt of price by the proprietors. Pit. B. J. KENDALL A CO.. Eaosburgh Ka !. 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