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7 OTTAWA FREE TRADER; SATURDAY, MAY 13, 1882. Amniemeuta. On last Friday evening the Musical Association gavethtilr last public rehearsal for tills season at tho Congregational church. Owing to the horrible weather, only a small audleneo was present. It being our "busy night" we wer unable to attend; but the concert was pronouno ed by those present as tclng an excellent one. The season's work Is now over, and the city has cause to rejoice thut the management of the Association has been such that for the first time In the history of Ottawa such an association has existed more than a month or alx weeks. The Interest has been kept up through all these weeks, and the attendance of singers has been good. How much better the plan of this asso. elation Is than of any that had before been pre ecnted by its work. And we hope Its work has forever put an end In Ottawa to the support of musical schemes of "Fairy Grottos" and "Bel shazzara" and all achemes of traveling "dead beats" (In most cases) whose "Instructions" are a farce and whose sole aim Is to hastily train a chorus by ear to sing a cheap operetta for their benefit ufter the townspeople have dressed the chorus at no slight expense and then pay their money to hear their daughters howl a chorus not a note ol which they could recognlzo on the printed page. This association is doing u most excellent work, training singers whoso singing will delight many a home and social gathering, to say nothing of the Improvement that will be felt in the music of all public occasions and in church services. Wo trust that the full re-organi-zation will find It stronger than ever. The Harmony Club are wiser than most aina tenr parties hereabouts In selecting fortlieirpro- duction plays which are entirely new to their audience, and which have the attraction, aside from the acting, of brilliant lines. Ignorance on the part of the audience of "how it should go" and witty lines will cover a multitude of sins of inexperienced actors. The Harmony Club have learned theso facts, and have selected their plays In the past with these ideas In mind, no doubt; ami as a result, both their performance last year and on .Tuesday last (when they gave "The Rl vals") were decided successes more so than probably any amateur performances here of late years. "The Rivals" drew a smaller house than was out last year, probably because they omitted the usual and not over pleasant method of selling tickets by personal solicitation. Yet the lower house was well filled and the audience one to encourage uny company. The piece was very cleverly given. The star parts are, of course, Jlr. Malaprop, (Molllo Osman) and Bob Aires (Geo. 8weet) and both were acted intelligently and well, Mrt. Malaprop's excruciatingly funny lines and make up giving Miss Osman, howevci, a decided advantage even over Acre. L. Perkins as Sir Anthony was capital, as usual, presenting the irascible remains of a gallant of pre-paternal day in a very amusing manner. Noah Perkins aa Sir Lucius gave us an excellent Irish brogue and an amusing "old boy." Miss Nash as Lydia had a miserable part, but she got all out of it tharewas. Julia was another light part, but Miss Alice Mc Arthur handled it very prettily and ap peared the most easy of all when on the stage. The "Innocent" Lury in the hands of florenre Nash was one of the best characters of the play, and was given with charming chic. Capt, Ah lute and Faulkland, the lovers always the most uninteresting fellows in the world, and the hard, st of all parts to act naturally on the stage, for tome reason wera naatlr handlod by Clarence Griggs and J. E. Morgan and proved very satis factory; while Fag and Davul (Ed Cameron and A. L. Cooley) wero nicely done, though a little of Davir superfluous Are thrown Into ay would have Improved both. Indeed, the chief weakness In the rendering was simply the want of that ex perience and knowledge of stage "business' which fills the gaps in the action, disposes of the actor's hands and feet and gets him over the stage gracefully things amateurs seldom learn readily. On Wednesday evening Tony Dunier's Huropty Dampty party gave probably the best specialty show seen In Ottawa this seasi, to a fair sized audience. . COMING EVENTS CHEEK. "Cheek" is a new play, by the author of Lotta's "Bob," and was produced for the first time, ex ccpt in Aurora on the fith, in Chicago on last Monday sight. The play the plot of which is too long to bo treated in the space at our com mand seems to be a success. It is better than Marsden's plays generally are and is brightened says the Chicago Time, Tuesday, "with many breezy quips and sayings, which were heartily appreciated by the audience. It in not a great play. None of Marden's are. "It needs pruning a-irl. ns 'the. mavor of Jersey' says, pruning it will get." And pruning it did get mid lias been getting all week; for on Thursday the same pa per, saying "it seems to have scored a decided success," adds "since its first production it has received some touches of modification here and there which have improved it. It is light and airy with some fine comedy parts, and has an in teresting story. The scene is laid In Westmore land Co., Va. The company is pronounced "an unusually strong one." As tho Times says, "It almost seems as if Reed did not intend to star in it, for, contrary to all precedent, l.e has gath ered about him a company of excellent people, and several times last night he found others in the cast getting almost as much applause as him self. Mr. Reed is particularly at home in his new character, and worked hard enough to gain two recalls during the evening. Miss Yeamans is among the brightest soubrettes on the stage, and the applause of lastevening showed that she nearly divided the honors with tho star." Miss lllerndon, a southern dramatic reader, Is also spoken of, as are also the gentlemen of the mpany. ice piece win De given ai ine upcra House in Ottawa on next Monday evening, 15th, md promises to be a very satisfactory perform ince, meriting a largo audience. Robt. McWade la duo here on the 23d in "Rip Van Winhle." Bacheller & Doris's circus are to be billed for rune Cth. TUE SCIENCE LECTl'KES. Ottawa was never so much interested in sci nce as at the present time, when Dr. Richards a giving his second course of popular Ulustrat. d lcctnr-- !u th- I'. i;itist cl,uih. Lurcr, ulu till gruwiiij,', uudituccs are in atlciidui.ee than e have ever seen at purely intellectual lectures. he "experiments" so-called have much to do ith the interest of many; but these apart, the nstruction is so admirable and intelligible that .11 feel the value of the lectures. He has yet one vening lecture to give entitled "The Fairy Land f Science," and it will be exceedingly fascinat ing with Illustrations, it is to Dc given lo-nigm, nd doubtless the church will be thronged. The fessor gives a grand matinee this afternoon or children and ladies, which will be the last, 'rom two till half pasj three, and will be crowd. ed with very enrious and beautiful things. It prill be altogether different from his former after noon entertainment. By all means let the chil dren enjoy it. It may be long before Oltawacan get Prof. Richards again In his wonderful de partments of knowledge, and his ylslt should be made much of by our people. t Demorest's Reliable Patterns, spring styles, just received at Osman A Hapewan's. Send for catalogue A convention of the Chicago Turn Hemic took place in Jolict this week. Tho delegate trom the Ottawa Turnverino was C. O. Mete ger. The biennial turnfest will take place in Ottawa in August, and at Lu Salle in 183. Tho National Convention of the North Amer- lean Turuerbund lakes place in Newark, N. J., in Juno, and the delegates appomied in Joliet were II. Belhnghausen, Peru, Messrs. Stern, Zudtr and Gloy, of Chicago, and J. I'ur rucker, of this city. Sing Lee, successor of Sam You, laundry- man, provoked by boy9, on Monday night made chase ot a boy named ISastien with a a knife. Any injury to tho boy was prevented by the timely appearance of Peter Meyer. Hy the way, Sam's late wife, who relieved him of several hundred dollars, as he said, and eloped with a white man, and who was next heard of as an inmate of the Kane county jail, has ro. turned to the laundry, Sam having, no doubt, ouit-claimed his wife along with the other impedimenta of the laundry. , To the Voters of Hie Fifth Judicial District. At the request of my friends, I announce myself ns nenn clliliite. for re-election tu the office of Juilge of the Supreme Court, at nn election to lie held In the District on the !itli of June, 1W.'. ALFJ5KD M. CltAki. (iAi.KSBUito. III., May sth, 1H8. Ncto UhettlsimentB. LANDS Iowa and Minnesota On tht Chkann, Mihemikee f' S7. Paul lly, CHEAP PRICES. LONG TIME. LOW INTEREST And Uelmtes for Improvements. For map anil full particular. , Land Commissioner, Milwaukee. Wis. $30 free. tVr "NVei'lc can bo ninda In any locality. SometliliiK entirely new tor anents. BfS outfit O. W. IMiUAIIAM & CO.. lloston, Macs. irnmrn niiiT If vim want to learn Tele Y I 1 1 J 1 T 1I Fi L aranl.r In a few months, and heceitalnof a situation, address Valentine Bros.. Janes vllle. Wisconsin. . AiivfirtisRrs ....Jim. Geo. P. Rowe l & Co. HI Snriice street, mi lorx, can icarn im-exm-i eonioi mij proponed lltieor AUVKKtlMMi m vinrru.ii nciwiri tr lOO-pnit" fumplili't, 'irii'.JCi 30 DAYS' TRIAL FREE! We send free on 30 days' trial Br. Dye's Electro-Voltaic Kelts Ant -Lei..,..,.. Ann tnnrfiH If M I-.IN suffering from Nervous Jbility, Liwt vitali. tiHin. I ,ive rRlidKuliwyTroublfH.nnd limny oilier iimH. Speedy cures icuarantced. Illustra ted Tamphlet rreo. Address VULTA IsJ IIKUI mnrsnitii, mien. Estrayed or Stolon. Kstrayert or stolen, from tho stable, of the subscriber, on West Madison street. In Ottawa, on Tuesday night, the 8th Inst.. A BAY MAItK. nine years old. fpxxi discs, inane ann toil, harness marks tin the side, anil lime wnue on one oi Aniveisun returntn said mare, er'nttlt information where she may be found, will he HDeraliy rewaraea. turn to or leave Information at Win . Dwn Butcher She) In Otlawa. er address SAMUfcl. "fcUr-i, , Jlay 13. lt8X-tf Ottawa, Illinois. ROAD MEETING. The full amount of the money to he raised having been uliu-rllieil for the nnrnose of uravelliig and repairing a cer tain public highway In the town of South Ottawa, Deer Park and Farm H!de. we. the Commlsslonersof Highways of the Town of South Ottawa, agreeamy to tne direction o: iii.fliiv hi-retf.iiire hud. hereby Hire notice to all concern ed that a public meeting will be held at Ited Hlhbon Hall. In Cheever's block. 111 Ottawa, on Tuesday, the 1Mb of May next, at oae o'clock p. to appoint a committee tosuer Intend f tic proposed niinwverneni BKADF.V UKAKK. liHIIIlliK A. MILLS. Commissioners of Highways of Town of South Ottawa THE BIGGEST OF ALL BIG SHOWS SELLS BROS' six: inormous Eoilrood Shous NOW UNITED. positively cozMiinsra- TO OTTAWA, SATURDAY, MAY 27 La Sallo. Friday, May 26th. A Stupendous Union, pulmlnatinir in the combined attractiona of AMERICA'S SIX LEADING ' KXHIUITIOSS, consolidating the Undivided and Unabridged features of Six Circnses, Six Big Mcuagcrics, Six Bis Museums and Six Big Aquariums, unucr SIX BIG TENTS! The Hero Horseman of the Universe, MIL CIIAKI.ES FISH. The wnrld.vanniilshltiK Spanish Enuestrlenne, BIONOIII- TA AIIK1.AIDK COKIJtfNA. Those unparalleled Parisian Magnets, TH K FKF.NCH FAMILY DAVKNK. The Universally Renownml CAKOX & WASHINGTON TROUPK. The Brilliant Eauestrlan Metoor, SIG. DOS JhHOMMO HELL. Tho Only Full-Grown I'alr of WHITE NILE HIITO- I'UIAMUBKS. The Only HUGE HOUSED CAFKIIt HORSE. The LARGEST HERD OF MAMMOTH ELEPHANTS. The only TWO-HORNED WHITE RHINOCEROS. The only PAIR OF WOOLLY ELEPHANTS. The only PAIR OF CRESTED CAMELS. The only SNOW WHITE BUFFALO. . The Largent ColleHion of Jture Jtostt, Birdn and lleptikt on thin Continent. PROMINENT IN OUR GRAND STREET PARADE Will be the Transcendently Beautiful Allegorical Tableau of OOILiTTIMIIBI-k. Surrounded bj her Court of Beauty, presenting In Appropriate .-44ruuptnn tlut VaH!UndamoilViiiit III Amerlra. Ono Ticket Admits to all tho Advertised Dig Shows CHILDREN UNDER 9 YEARS. HALF PRICE., 1,000 Extra Folding Opera Chairs, 25o Extra. TWO KXHIKITIONS--AFTKKNOON A N I) KVKXINO. WIND MILLS. Farmers and everybody else who want good Wind -Mills are inviteii to examine tne PERKINS, Willed has been !n use for over thirteen years, and Is more durable, powerful and better lu all respects than any other, and can he put up cltrttprr than the Interior mills. The Mill will he shown at any time anil Its many advan tages pointed out hy B. B. GRIFFITH- GEO. W. REED & CO, I.Vre In the flclil for Ml with the best selection of May 1:1. 1Sk.-3iho Sole Aitunt for La Salle County. V. . DR. P. J. COSS, Electric and Magnetic PHYSICIAN AND SITKGE0N. Mlice: .-SI air irt-t-l. V michki.. i.i-Beirin .--i. i. iiwhw Hotel. Juliet, 111. Ili. COSS t-'uaranti ea tocure Rheuma tism. Catarrh and all Diseases of the HiimxI. Specific tn-nt-nient for Female Complaints. Consultations and medical services free. Write for circular. DR. COSS leaves Ottawa to (lav noon for Joliet, whrre he will remain until Mouday ocuiiik. when he will return to this city lor the balance- of the week. mayl3 JUST ARRIVED! ils complete a stock of Dry Goods, Xotions, Hosiery, Hoots and Shoes as there is in Ottawa. Everything in Dress Goods desira ble and cheap. Men's Kip Boots, tec ha ve the Lest. Mc dcfij com petition. $3.50. Oar F. O. Cass Women's Misses and Cluldren's Shoes can't be beat; and we invite inspection. Remember ice sell more Groceries ihan any store in Ottawa. Best evi dence that we sell cheap. Jfo snide goods; all reliable. MAHER BROS. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS THE OLD AND RELIABLE I THE No. 5 AND No. 7 Canton Sulky Plow That has stood the test of Held trials for many years, and is still triumphant. Also a Full Line of Old (.round Hows, Urealiiii!; Hows, Koad and Timber Plows. cultivators. Harrows, .Shovel Plows, A-e. We will have fur the commit Harvest THE Al'PLHKE BINDER On the Piano unit Belolt Harvesters, and D. M. OSBORNE & CO.'S Wire and Twine Binder IIKAI'IXU MAUIINKS. D. M. Osborne Mower AND TI1K NEW WAIiltlOIt MOWKK. A full assortment ol Planters an ('heck Mowers, Hay Hakes, Hay l-'orka. Carriers, Ac. Altenls for J. I. case's steam engines And IhreshliiK Machine Separators. Circular and Muley Saw Mill. FAIRBANKS' FARM SCALE The Famous WHITE Sewing Machine. The hist out: and all the improved Attachments. NEELY'S IM Standard Bred Stallions AT OTTAWA, ILL., Will he kept at their owner's stables, north of the Rock Island Depot. BYRON. pKsrmrnos. He Is a beautiful chestnut, one white foot, 16 hands hl'li. itronu boned ni soand. He was 6wcp stakes Stallloa at Illinois State Fair, 1KTI. and winter of Champion uoin mmi at Mrivuie. ist,. PmtlORlE. Slretl Ity r lelll 8 Koyai licorice, lir ny niacii n in nur, m: itj iifiLN'u, nn itj ifuwH wwnicr, lie uj liu' ported Messenger. Dam, the O'Brien Mare (see Wallace's Trotting Itcitistcr, uui, uaiienn. ItyronswilS miv very (nuiiitc-ma wm "i. WOODBURY. IHAM I3LKTONIAN.) ti, hmwn tired bv A. 11. Tarlor. tmiite Co.. N. Y. Filled 1TI4. Sired by Florida : t-t ni. by fioldsniltti's Vol- nnteer- 1 dam. by Independence. Florida, by Itysdyls's llaiiibletonian; dam. Florida Maid, by Uoldsmilh s Volunteer, livwrrk's llaiiibletonian, hy Ahdnllah; Jsf Jam. Charh-s Kent Mare, by Imp. Itcllfounder: M dam. One Kye. hy Bishop s llauihletonlan: l dam. Sllvertall. hy I hip. Mcsseimer. Abdallah. by Manihrlno, son of tirp. Messenger; dam. Annuo nlH bv Imp Messenger, (ioldsmltlrs Volunteer, hv Itjsilyk's Haiiibletolilan; 1st (lain, Laily Patriot hy Toung Patriot; l, ihitii lwls Hnlse Mare. Vouuie Patriot, tiy Patriot, son of bluchtr j dam, by Mesftnner Duroc, son vt Duroc, son of Ininoru-d Mcsseiwr. . ,. t-.- Woodbury s colts are iarife, uainwiDie sun nmuj. nn lui'icnne jihu r.w. .....n. NEELY'S HENRY CLAY. v c. M ('lav. Jr.. (BtraJer's.) Dam. Sue Itshep, hy Alesander's Norman. This U one of the Iicst bred Clay U1- lions living, and bis colts bring good prices. INTRUDER. ft....... iq-i K.l hv fit T K.wni.n l'tii-1i&iiri . tnnirted hv I). IV Withers. Kmi.. K ItnT iHiri, , miiirii l-ii. .i.,i .-j vi. ..". ...P,. ...... , ..... w. -- - j ---- ... . , , . ..... i tor ison of Orlando and Vesiivienne, hy t.lattiatr. isi nam, iJitiy uouniiiui, nr nauipiau i tyuapiau is imr i- Stockwell, and wiuner of forty-two races. IncliidlUK the lioncsner rnp aim nine tsen t"'i ' Kew York. 8ire4 hy Tru- ilaplau lsowu brother to oiieen s nates, ana prorcd niniseir John line winn the most dstlncn shel Jare liorse ni nisuayin r-ngianiii; at uniii, rii-mimi. uj mm oi.uu . ..r ' nonraatcrCiiDsV M darn. Plenty, hy Hay Mlddleton (winner of the Derby uinf two thousand guinea stakesi; 4th dam. I'3a"y. own slsterw I'lenlputemtory. by K.iiilllus (both Klllllins and Plenipotentiary were Derby winners); Rth dam. Harriet dam of the renowned Plenipotentiary, by lVrlcles: th dani, hv Sellin (winner of the one thousand guinea stakes) 7th (lain, by ripylina. by Sir Deter : sth ilainRally hy fruinpaier ; Jth (lain. Faury. by F lorl.el i. ramy was full Vnuiiinil nnri nr his iii rtat on Into th s rountrv slrei the Illustrious Mir . '. -,. ......... u l,n Kr,..ett,.r. nth ilnm Sinter In Hurallus. liv H ank: Ut 1 all). IIV I UlKlern: ism dain. Miss Itelvolr. by Orep Uraiithaui: 14th dam, by Paget Turk; 13th dam, Hetty Perctval, by Leede's Arabian ; 16th gam, ny hpaiiKer. IMPOHTKD INTKITPF.H Is a beautiful bay. standing fully sixteen and n nnarter hands high, of great length and us ance, and descends through close and strong current from the most Illustrious winners aud winning lines of blood ot Wllicnine r.ulillsiiBiu.i ..;. "" ;, ., ., . .v-eoi-nvn -III .i. m Iirh. lnu..r.- Ave St. I..er A careful n-view or tne nrsnix cmssrs ui inriiniipnj.i , .-. ... ....... -- , -. - - r: winners- two winners ef the Oaks; two winners oi me i wo iiioumiiii wuincas; imi wuni.-n. . m. w-.-neai- tine 0km1wo(m1 Cup winner; one Ciesarwleh t up Winner; oue t'ainlirldgeshln' Htakea winner, and four Doucaster Cuns' in addition to a great number of Steeple Chases and other races of less Import. iSTtKirUKIt at the great Fair held at St. Louis. Mo.. In 187n. was awarded the highest stallion honors- the lilue fflftion einbraced the largonimibar of thirtylkrte. animal'. and they represented England, Canada, Kentucky, Tennessee, and Other fAH'H. , 1-ul.mhltt an.l lilali nrli'iM linntv tinW rtti thfl Tills ferniid istftllion on inrRu marcs win irvuui.u uhhi, ..; lamnmv w c...v mi.rkot. lie wriKlis 1.30 llm. TERMS FOR INSURANCE: Byron, - - - - $50.00 Nccly's Henry Clay, 25.00 Woodbury, - - - $25.00 Imported Intruder, 25.00 -oi. mm-iini i,..m unt of the enuntv that ther are owned in at the time of servlco forfeits the lnur- inco. Accident at owner' rls. Heason from Marcti 1st to July 1st. mi. The rtMSord. of thew horaei, with the very low prices charged for their nervicc, ouisht to i and will convince all lovers of Kcoa Mock mai n w Rrcany to ineir mierest iu nuno mm BLOOD WILL TELL! I'Mture for marctt from a dlttance at 3 per month. HO' ColU and FUllea, lUc ct of thce hor ses,-wreaie; also sbon Morn Cattiu and naer IIokb. Tm!y yours. Ottawa. III.. April , 0 -3mos W. J. NEELY, OitaiwH, IIliiiatM- MRS. ZDIR,. KECK OF DAVENPORT, IOWA, Will make her next visit to her Ottawa Office, at the Clifton Hotel, WedneNday Noon, May 17th. Remain until Saturday, 3 p. m. 1 --4 Thankful for past fimirs, we pledge mir honut nnrt faithful endeavor to plcse our patm-is, and solicit their reniefn bninee of us for every sort of the hcttt r class of I-arm Implements. Feb. 11, l;!8J.-tf G-. W. REED &c CO. iece lUSSELLfr son i LilltlltJflL, is-rirrtM Vw t't Ait. 35 A: 37 La Sal If Street. IK 18. 1RH1. FURNITURE. The Oldest House, The Largest Stock, The Best Variety i Of Goods in this Line in La Salle County. 1INBKUTAKINN AS USUAL. THE UNITED STATES MAIL r - re .fr of v afr SEED STORE RINGS N A m. mm IS . a. I .1 1 . . DS1 arenox oiu in your 0- townfaropubaruaidi wuru iui Handsome Illustrated Catalogue and Prices. Address D. LANDRETH & SDNS, Philadelphia. 1784. i 'i "i'lrf. . - . amis & SBsSSW, mm mmmwwWm SiSmiSii'St' '-'''"''' Keg1('s Medical Infirmary. It is well known that the Doctor's Speciiii Practice Chronic Diseases, and Needless to enumerate the Various Ailments Treated. CONSULTATION FREE. Wo respect fully offer for the peril Irom a reat amount oi s IS Prom. It.fc..!aly)n. I" - Mk. I'n Kkck tx-ar M id ain: To my li tter of Arll 10 lei me add that my Inipr.ne-llli-llt after that waseoiistHiit und ieniiiieii!.nthal by the last of April I wasable toirn to work iik'Hln m my trade, the arduous one of lirlrW mason; ami I lic ever since w-irke.1 ri-un'arlv. uiaklni! full time with my ro-wi.rkers. I n.iw feel belter than I have In years. I tune sii.i .ed the iiw nf the trea'inent. for I no longer need It. but kept the medicine on hand fur einersic lu-les. iw takiliK cold. ete. My three sisters died of i-iiiitimptliin. and I curtain:)' owe nutonlv my pre.--nt healih. but my life to your remedies, and the'ethriiry slid ru sinanemc of their influence Is im l.intc-r a que,i.,ii of douht . Allow me sp ir.- f.r om-furtu er refi-n-iii-e which I h.ne omitted, ( ontlnnal chills and fever and lOL-ht sweats for near'v Sn-iea- -r- .vniplouis of M'V . ..MVton , I t-l ifk.- nit Tl-e of'.--4. -,-e'iieil t.i itefl pl,i.-in:h- i.'.d'. :i II.-. ' I.-"- "it-re:. B-.re. under !:: !r.-.iu.u n'. !,d I imi 1 n w-II. ery Jrratelully yoars. WM WAM.&CK WAUSF.K. n of tlie reader a few selections uhstantial endorsements: liiltruiary live -k In two week" her voire was n'Str1 to Us oriKinnl slreiiirtli and tone. I met her in I'M on her return home. January 2S. and heurd her y vn'i aloud l-c tlr first time in eiKht months. Her health n very imicrt hettt r in every n. It lnn. paid ns well to follow Mrs. I)r Keek's a.lviee. althonik e had very little hope at tlrst. If any onv doubts thenUjve they may corn-spon l with me at ilastord.lll. . W. V. WATSON. t.l .rr.Rr.. Pkoris Co., Jan. H. I-M.-Tn ( IfifKnr : Mr wire has l-n lalHirme under ehnmtc aifn tlon, Incltnl ini catarrh, for twelve vears, and hs ln-en treated for the amc int of thst tline'wlthont material ts itertt until she applle.1 at theornreof Mrs. Ir. Keck. In IVoria, last f ill. 4e had not s-iken a bum word for near'v Ave months, hsrliiu lo-t her voire while under other treatment; threa'i tird with jiaralvi-. her entire left ide l-inir very weak and nuinh; her nervous svteui wa.ion'pletely shai-tereil- her limit in a enou ronjiiion. and her health fal! ing rapl.iiv. Her hand, and feet were alway. fold, showlnn i verv i"'r cm al.itioii and condition of the n;. il Ah..ut is-toU-r I. Iui. sheaoplu-d al tneotiVeof Mrs. lr. Ki-et; m I'roria, for xlviee and treatment, which she con tinued r.iltitullv at home until the middle "f IVreniher. -he maile several visll. to Slr- Ir. Kit Ws uttiie la S inrla. in the meantime, to ohtain n.-i-esnary directions and medi cines, and Improved verv much, llrr voice was still pine, hoever. and still doiihtini:. I took my wife t..ever i.hy. lelin. of nmnenee fir .-lamination and opinion. They aurerd silli Mr. Ke k to hai tlM- triMlWe wss. S,lllie of them said lliere is verv littl hope, while others said there was none i for recovery . tioMra. Watson went wilh Mrs. keek and rwnained at the A t.r.ATKH L PATIENT. Mk-. Tin Kiti-k-A'ln.l J'rioii.t- Icantru'.j say my wife is eiijoniii h, tter healt'i than for ten vrars. H.ivinirsulfrr- e.1 i-h ki.tivv i!i...i-m- rlv twenty vtl. being pro- .hiiiii. e '. 1 ! -. tr ; w.iw nil the time, hr m-neral lua'ih bi iiiii ailecu-d. and havtniJ the worst female troahie. at tlmi-s sulfcrinu pain winch w worse tlmn death; od-I for ten vears she had been dctorint w ith the bet uf phy .H ians.'wiihout any relief, her ca-e b, inc ssven up se in curable. thv hamm trieil.as Ihev ..inl. evvry medicine they knew of. Weeniiiuieni-el the ue of Mrs. Ir Kivk sme.li cme in June, and for seven week used It without serin any relief; but I did not expert any limine in hr a treat meat, for I knew the dle-e was a chronic trouble, and she had dm-iored for ten y.ars with ether physlciai.. w'thout ri-Ilrf. and to be Inst I n:ut irive Mr. !'. Reck a fair trial. Hut durir-ii the itk-htli w .vk the ;ti proveim-ni was woiulciitil. Mv frlemtssaid it woula r -t last. nd the trouble would return : but I sin happy t" sta'e that tne ua provement rontlniu's and he frr!s comparauny weir, ai thouph I expect It to take time tosrel a permanent ciinj, tnr a disease or twenty vears' standing cannot 1 cured tn V inoiithor two. I even expect there will he days woee w :ll leel badly, but (ar sue lu n ex;'.rrvceU any w turn of the dlsi-ws,-. tkuneof my Mendav. tih. Mr. It Ki-ek is so ei nsive I -,.u!.l noi utlonl u d.tor witn nrj. ltut I have not found It our tn-atnient not owtlnif rM week. I ran sav that I feel tlwiikful to Am.whiy t..l roe n.akinr Mrs. Dr. K.vk the Instrument In th handr te l..nl. lor I do not N-lleie im wife emihi have iohi the nii erv tht limn. Ii.r h? w aa rspi.llv "'p,' .17 heantlr r,v,.miuend Mr-. In-. K.vk l"'::"'' .11 U.t1krmf Inoulrv. Arcuta, 11L. October wst JAVKS W 1USON.