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OTTAWA FREE TRADER; SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1883.
u t J Si Clc3frr frailer. MfaltRoroii OJteeat Otla-ea, til., a Scan& Cla MU Mailer. t Vicinity Items. TouicA is talkln of Hitmiug 11 conl The K. of 1'.. " Creator, pive n bull on Fob. 19. The A. O. II. ol' Morris we preparing for bsll on Marcb l(i. , Several telephones Lave bwn surrender- I by subscribers In Peru. Ttic Congrcgationalists of LaNalle are surprised to flod they arc $2,000 in d-bt. McNaniura A Hoabler, saloon ists, of Strealor, have falW ; It Abilities, about $4, 'WO. Tin: Peru llremeii'H iUucv was a great succc. H wax held on lust Saturday Tight. D. Hiclie.v aud J. A. Holland iire build ing a lnrjtile works on the Vermillion at Lowell. n'li imell ni Streatjr. fell on Nun-i ' lay night f'r;;tiirin! both leg bones below tlio knee. M. K. Okie, of Mendota, ban "old his residence for f ,"(, Hn l intendi to move n Chicago. The Iteporb r i urging Mcndotians to rtoranl.c the eity f."vernrnent under the ifjueial law. The l'tu:a Md Follows will tfive ; ball A Clink's hall on the '.'i-'d, proceed-, to go to the littiluiDg fund. Strtaior uierclmul.x are nomyel by an unusual iiuantltyof "quetr" t-ilver roin of Hinull denominations. W. C. Jones hast resigned ns agent of the ll;k Island road at Marseilles, ami ia mic ".iwJed by F. M. Danutr, of CnicnRo. Mm. Mnrtin Alalov. o Strea'or, broke 1. ith W ortur left leg on Monday by jcuing was protiubly spent. t.vr-ikms through the snow crust nnrt fall Mr. Daniel McCarthy and Mim lWlc fvtui vna unu;u u niuiut;& iai ncun. Hominy last Charles Walker, nl the l the young couple long life and pro,- pvriiy;ituuu irvuuien cuimo io- uhh wv been nee.1 lias brought a firm yet kindly pressure to bear that hus caused the man sgcrs to make such improvements as woud had to greater tmfety of life snd property." From Grand Rapids. Ghand KxriDs. Feb. 0. Mr. aud Mrs. Win. Thompson gave a social party at their residence last Monday evenlnir. Mr. and Mrs. T. aro about to leave their old home for a better ono in Nebraska. It was on this occasion about sixty guests assembled to pay their re spects, and have a good time in general. The festivities of the evening were games, and music furnished by Mr. Ilsnry Dick- erman on the violin, accompanied by Mrs. Sylvia Thompson and Hiss Hattie Rich ards on the organ, after which was served a bountiful supper, which could not be ex celled by Walthcr himself. The ladies were all elegantly and richly attired in silk, satin and velvet. The evening was pleasantly ttpfint, and will long be remem bered by all who were present. J- From Ophir. Oram, Feb. 2o. The latest query: Have you given your girl a alelgh-rido? Th6lelghing throughout the rural dis tricts Is simply immense and never wn better. Janie i.'uthnert.-'on, of Iowa, is visiting at his sister's. Mr. Kobt. Wyhe. Geo. Mc intosh, of floodland, Ind , is visiting his old homo and frieuds hen. James Nich olson has been MtN'ally'w guest the past week. Mrs. J:vi Deaner paid us a visit recently. Hilly and Archie Gilmore go to Iowa soon to reside-. After a special meeting of the Troy (Jrove Free Masons, they paid it surpriso visit to Hro. John Firestlne, who has been conllned to the house all winter The cv. iM li-On (Ainl Hun Co., Kagle Creek shaft, while ut work mining, was buried undor u midden fall of coal, abniit a ton. He was instantly Killed. The iiKinbeis ol the !t. AnUmius Cath olic church, .Strcator, are making prcpara tions to give a grand concert, the pro. eueds to go to the rebuilding fund of their church. The' bout ;tnd hoe tore ot Arthur Mor us'Vii, Sullc, was taken possession ot by '.iie sberill'Iast Thursday on judgments in favor of II. F. Pemerrit for ',000 and J. C. Corbns 11,000. I'tica Xtum: "Mers Itros., of Peer 1'ark, Ji.-ivc bought tin; Kichcy tile works at that place, and will be m running order in nbout ten days. They are making im provements and will turn out llrf-tclass tile." . ... lu i '..tilnin e wlih ftn opinion by ' the j Altonvy Oeiii'i'.il the Aurora ity eounclj j will submit to n vote of the , people the question of eontiuuing or abolishing the fjty court., ,It hn-i cost aljout ifl.W'O a year M1CO IS.,,.;,., , -,:'. )!.. 1 John McQuowuVof Mreator, was killed i n Friday at.iKangly'u ahaft. Ho wa9 pushing a car in onto the cage as he sup- posed, but beihg blinded by the snow and t.ho cteatn from the Shaft, lie did not notice that the cage was not there and he went bjwii with the car lino the shaH, falling r.bout eighty feet. Streator Monitor: 'WtllUtus, a" tramp who was sent to the ciilaboone for iifteen iavs. made his escape lie-t night, ile Martin Head's llttln boy is very nick under him have stronger political backing than lie na, ana le.nng pertcctiy securf in their Dlaev throueh th- influence of with pneumonia. Mrs. Taylor JetKr is lying very low with spinal -attection. Snewaswltrot'Thoa. Howe of the town ot Grand Kpid- Tho. Mclieruiott fox was looftd yester day. sfrucfc out ftr YaW River nnd is still goiue! ' From Fall River. Fall Hivf.k, Feb. 7. The good people of this community celebrated their annual oyster supper at the residence of Bro. Tryon. Financially It proved a success, collecting the rornd sum ol forty dollars, which will be ent to the heathens. The party given by William Thompson has been the best thing of the season. All the young people sicmbleo' to shake hands once morn before ho left for His western home. After recuperating on Chesapeake oysters Ihey dispersed, having enjoyed a par-excellent time little ones. Our saloon keepers were lined at Otta wa, but the saloons were not closed. This spite work should be stopped, and the grand jury abolished ns a rank nuUsnce. Anyonu wishing a model to make a cot ter can get specifications by applying to Lewis Kirstacttor. He hiss one. Farmers had belter look to their seed corn in lime, as roost of it w ill not grow Christian Zorn r?cit, !nt wclr n Chi cogo, r. Walter Kecder, who frpvnt luu pai year in Htrcator, is visitlnir bis patents aid friends at Triumph. Frank Kurtz is a petu juror at Ottawa. From Earl villa . F.vuivn.M", Ills . l-Mi. S. flitt ititnr ol the Leads r liiiJ tii ee. !i ihu sit k list, but Is again pu duty. On the morning f the Tttii,. IS -telow was registered at this place. Miners. I-a nb aud Sheldon had a cou signmentof Canadian horses at this place They have- Bold eight or ten. 1 ' Deputy Sheriff liarratt ha3 been engaged selling eut the elfects ot Wattles & Glovor, dealers in farm maeliinerv. . The firm ts liable for about R,00i) ; assets about f 3,000. The sleighing Is very fine here, and every thing from a cheese box tip to a bay-rlck Is mounted upon runuers. S. T. itils(n has becu very feeble all win- ter, but Is recovering half a dozen senators aud os tnauy repre sentatives m congress, they con atford lo dety him in his eiforts to'ruake them at tend lo the work for which they are paid by the inventor. This is a plain. ULexag gcrated statement of the condition of things in the patent office. A 'ike condi tion of ntTsirs cxls'.s in many other offices of the government, and it will never mj cured until a new party through a ccw ad ministration tills the places of these cleri cal loafers and shirks with frf ih, new and coniDet'ut men. Makiuetv On last Wednesday eveu mg, Mish Itouiaa Meyer, daughter of Peter Meyer, of this city, was married to. Dr. Alex, f.yon, of Chicago, the ceremony be rag performed by Ilev. F. M. Gregg, at Christ church, aud the reception tnking plaee at the residence ot the bride's parent on Main Btreet, where a large number of guest took part in the festivities. The bride wore crushed strawberry j plush and moire satin, with natural flow .iu. inm.,D .ioi r.r m..o, crnii ;Kiiin era ami uiamouu ornaatem. mo niaios, A tlU t.ttltu.? H I'll v, uita,i.i-uii-ii rt i creating a considerable excitement. Koth Miwe Sophie Mevcraad M ..'bo Finnerty. demand blood, and it is thought by th, wore garnet vel.e! and silk, majorify ot the people that Mem will get ! Th gnn.iuV men were i i M-yer .imI jf " W 'alter Evans, of Chicago. Mr. Amasa Wilson U trareling as Bnj The gwto from ahroad He Mr. and agent for a. New York tJrm. lie rhinka Mn. r. V. Fral. a..! Ivan l'raft. Will hiH new lino Ol busm.'SH is belter Hum Me -'. WhJi.t l'.r,. snd Mt Fr-n.-es bucking Minnesota bliirard. Mr. and Mn. Charles Hadley celrbrattii : the anniversary of their tin wtuuing Tharsday. Many friends were present. The presents went both cc'-ly ami numor. mm rr.i ... ..t it i. ii t .,. ; LTitt : klioLs 'I tut ir trienos icrti o. -s- ---Ullu. lini,.ruil:, fr the hri,le h.. lived perse to me iour iinr Miss IVrtha Wylcr to Chicago, John Han ua to Kansas, Mr. an I Mrs. Charles Puscy to Wyoming, Mr. Jchn Wilson to Europe, etc. The sad news come to us from Valpa raiso that the Misses Jennie and Isabella Soule are sick. A speedy recovery i hoped j for by their numerous frieuds. A few illustrious youths will display their talent in a concert to be h"ld at tao Hoag school house next Wedn!sdsy even ing. William Hucklesou has returned trom Massachusetts, where he spent tba winter with Ben. Kutler. Froxcn cars are tin; prevailing ifahion of the season. The young IN imrods lire slaughtering rabbits without merry. Hm.u A::n u. ! l.icl.i-o ot I 'hie st" ,i tii'i tsi uift 1 Owing to the withdrawal of my Brother from the firm, I have concluded to close out the stock of Dry Goods, Notions, Boots and Shoes, a? hist ws The stock is complete, comprising a full line of Dress Goods, staple and fancy Dry Goods, Flannels, Blankets, Do mestics, Notions of all kinds; also complete line of seasonable Boots and Shoes, includ ing the famous Cass Fine Goods. All these lines will be elosert out A T COST. Call early and secure bargains. a l i e i ia gr" A!! illi I!iim:I rtm ir.- rr.n I.- , l --i n cHrly hi 'M-. .it ii -I.! -'(! -i.-tr t -t- fi i.t -, tliiil !.r lm..'4 tli- firm nuijr ami l icti, . cmcri'Miitf ,'x'iii tiie U-aulifii'-a list mueli publicM" u. we regret to sny. Mr. soil Mrs. I. yon have tiu D. A. MAHER. bi T" friitn girlhoitl. A O I' N t' k hi:m, W. tutliorrc-! nnno mct' NICHol.Ais kl-.AT t'VOIi. ..... ... - elimbetl to the upper portion of the new Will Walker i'tt this week for Ottawa jvert ot thu prison, Wieti ofsccuni-u to ine . j,, S(.rvc 8S a -jtiror. J. . lrowu iett on vmuu'suay id itpnrtrneiit, gently lilted the side ot the 'jil'ling out ;md vamoo.tul. It's a safe plaee we have tor keeping desperadoes.1 flie ii'iiimiltis- on city buildings will j'ka-c n: that :i few Isiftrds are tacked on oneV, the prisoners who may be con ;nod tin re tierentter may not wih tnenteh e ld." 'I he .!. Sille l'i,ivtil says: "As we go i.-.i pre c learn of the sudden death of Hev. George I", llronson, pastor ot the Coui'regational church in this city. II wo atteudiiie the wedding of Mi.-' Taylor, Jniighler of the Congregational clergyman n Peru, on Tuesday evening, and was rieken by heart disease, and died imme liate'y. Mrs. llronson was with him at he time. He lc.ives a mourning wife and ;-rinc children and an attached eongrega ilon. He was a faithful disciple of the Lord, and an honored citizen." A petition to the legislature, originating in Marseilles, is Wing circulated, as lol 'ows : "Believing that the demands of the eouu try require more and bi tter bridges over iLe larger streams and river in this state, i.nd Viii:uk6, The utiildini and maintain mg ot euch bridges are a burdensome tas n the towns imm'tiutcly adjoining the Kami1, while the whole county is iu a meas ure beuelitted theretiy. we do therefore pe tition your honorable body to to act such e. law :t) shall compel all counties in this state to build and keep in repair all bridg es within their boundaries whose cost shall nquat or exceed the sum of me thousand dollar." Streator Fnr Vv: "Mme Inspector lioualil has been making up his report lhiI fl ri ii 4 A irrprtt inmriii i-ttii-nt ill ri'irtril i-- i ... ....... . ... - - rt i U) the mining fatulilu in the county dur- ingthe past lew years. In 181 there I were 14 fatal accidents, or one for each 8T,. ViO tons orcoal raided. In 182 there were blx, or Mic for each 100,000 tons rained, and since last Ncplembcr there has not ' been a serious accident In the county and during that timo probably 400,000 tous or coal have been raised. This Is a great and satisfactory improvement and it is not too much praise to say that a good deal of It is due to the management of Inspector Ronald. He has carefully watched every mine in thVwwn'y nd where there' has for attend to llOftf. Iett on Princeton', thence To Ottawa, to court Juties- The body of Harvey Hyde, who died in California, is expected here about M outlay. The railroads have had a trying tune of it lor the b-' month, but a-e ugaiu running smoothly. The !.-( of ilie Club dtinivn bikes piace on Friday evening. Rev, I'.-eretl L. Conger, (ieneral Ageut of the Iiomburd 1'niversity of Oalesburg, iveunied the indnlt of the Universalist " (-.- - c a church on last Sunday. Several ot our cltizcm will attend the grand reception to be given by uncle John HolTuiiin at Mendom during th latter part ot this month. r.llls aro nos'csl uti' here lor William Parson's lecture at Mendota on the 23d. Capt. W in. Uapeman la now comfortably mttlctl In his new and commodious house, but has been in pisr health all winter. $5."0 was what the arbitrators allowed Win. llallard vs. Jobeph Nolen. Karl now supports four im at markets and only oue post otllce. P. S. Please inform u how tall John yVenth.-rth i and oblige a short umn; m. e. r. tlmml KlilSf ltfn. C. 11. Carter has rented his farm and will remove loth:- vtllaifo alnxit. the llrstol March lftv:.l Vrt-ck hiis -''.d his liiim.Miid bought a residence at the Utdge which he is remodeling and imrroxiug. He will occupy it uboitt the first of March. Mrs. .. 11- Pnrshall presented iiti loru with a beautiful 10-lb. boy on Tuesday the third Mr. I". has been blessed with. Mother aud child are doing well. Dr. Curtl wa, taken suddenly ill this week, anil Dr- Hathaway of Ottava was called, who prnonneiit the disease Spinal- meningitis. C. H. Osirander was home this week Trom the Aurora Seminary visiting his family. Caltp llarrord, formerly foreman iu 11 J. Harnie's storo, has resigned as such, and btwghttho lumber yard of Mr. SsfTord. notH)kossin Peb. 4th. XV Aitlilngtou letter (lM;ulr corrcanonilotcf . WASitiNinOM, P. V., Feb. 5, Tha senate made such nrocres? wi'h tuu tariff bill I ist week that those 'm have been lenst hopeful of its passage in con-, rres-i have taken heart acrain. On the de cs- - t- mocratic side of the chamber the impres slon seems to prevail that the bcuatc ma pass 'he bill by the last of next week, prob- Khiv not until the very last day ot tiie week. The stublorn contests that have markod the committee of the whole on t er. tain provision will be renewed in the seu ate when the bill sha'.l have becu reported back. The amendment placing lumber on the free list will, perhaps, be opposed with even more vigor than it was in committee. The iron schodalc aid the sundries also contain provisions which will lend to re newed debate; and, upon the whole, it the bill got throusrh tho senate this wrek no doubt Its triends will be satisfied. The tariff debate In congress hows con- cluaively that local interests, after all.eier. ctse a powerful influence upon the minds and votes of cnre:.'?nien. The tantt re former, who ''!!i n general way declares himself in favor of reductions, halts when some production of his own state is reached, and when it comes K a vote he is found on the side of protection as far as tlut production or industry n which Ins co:it:tuents are interested is concerneti. The ten or fifteen thousand Government clerks are having a hard time of it this winter. First came the civil service bill which proposes an examination to weed out the most illiterate of them; next Secretary Folger's rules, which required them to De at their desks by nine o'clock, or to forfeit part of their pay ; and IWand worst a bill has been formulated in con gress which enacts that they must get to work at o:S0 A. m. and work until 4:30 i. m. You may be sure there is wailing and objurgation in the hearts and on the hps of thousands of salaried employes, but no resignations have yet occurred. 'o resig nations will occur. 1 he government woi k Is far behind hand :it thousands' of desks, and It much better to have it expedited by imposing additional hours on tnese over paid, pampered, idle clerks than by em ploy ing an additional force as has been the custom of the republican party. From t1:H0 A. M. to -l:;:t) r. M. would not be con sidered an onerous day's work by several mili ious more competent but not as well paid clerks in the country. Uusiness is disgracefully neglected especially in the t T. s. nstent oMcc. This office is not only supported by the fees paid by inveutors for patents, but it yields a largo yearly sur plus to the U. K treasury. Vet it is not uncommon for an inveutov to have t watt from two to six months before his inden tion can be examined mul passed upon. Over otic hundred examiners are appoint ed for tnis work and by proper industry sndaUeution to the duties for which they are paid with the nvctituis' money, they xitntri ivisilv keen the work UP to date. That this Is fur from impossible is proved by aoine few of the examiner who do it, and have time to spare; b it the niajorily, knowing well that ihey bold their places by political favor, are, as a rule, Idle and neglectful, spending the time during office hours in rending newspapers, gossiping an t talking politi- s. The number of ap plications i'or patents last month was great er tbnn was ever made in any previous month, the receipts or the patent office amountinetoover W,000. The commis sioner or patents ha asked for an increase of forco and room ; but what is tho use ot increasing his forco when he cannot make those employed work more than half their timet Tiie commissioner hlmsclt holds his nosition not from fitness, but by pom- icallntturnce; many of the examinmer Wholesale Market. Ottawa, Feb. T', isx;. U'l'B '.vii ram. IjimI Hour. V.i 'tir MM smerlk-uil.t-st'-ni, cat. Huuipif.itn ."nil r CitvMllI -OIH EdK'', f Un nr Home W'fi'i Hv.irt. Flour, Pstcut. lC0i Kluur, KunsiM winter, Hi ftn Flour, Mlnnesoia spring wheat. retail. Ilrun V HV lh Cum Meal. retail. V lift... I it'll -t:rn Ul:U i'. Kr in; idj UUAI.V l' Wheat, biiali Rv. a.i Coro.iliFllerl. 5" Corn, far 7" a Corn, new, "it 73 Oats. Vi ni Tiuioth Sfed rMOBll P. Potafota. liMJh Butter. n- KW, ilo ClilcWma, live, taprlDK,; ilwz li.rKi-n. ilreF-cil, V Chirk--.! . ilf iwert. llurk.-, ilrPHMil, tti . iiii -.-.I l, V Tt Hay, ton l.l VB P loi K C'nttiicn foo:,niW. ai l(.. t at:ii- utt tool, Mi-ir'.. li I Si. Fattalves. live viKt, U"' Sheep.- UHw. LlvHi.K.. IW 1 fwl.. iri-..,'li. :. Ito h TA1.LOW, HIHK9 AS Li SALT. Urd, 11 Tallow, In oil Mil., Tallow, looae. a Suit, hl'i Hide.. 1 Calf. ft , Demon. V Klliii Hide. II ii.. i:i X. Ih Hides unit 1 or won Kruiaart-t.-iiiu ' The grain price cover whole rango ot inarket, iroiu wurflioiiai: prices lo uricea nald for odd loailii lor leeil. lo.iiiri'ilis ;ln- ,iei':l srtd j tt. Ihiil fori I tuMrlv eun ! . .... ... i in (Htaws.l ' -'t ., -' ' - ' .MUUWW.Hr. & :ii inr mm k : 3 ;5 A; 37 La Salle Street. JO '. tip i ! ! !1 - V ' 5lt . n't', it S3 E - vJ . aim j - i-; III it V! j as I !!! 1(1 I K-tK. taai. FUElfJITUfSE, The oldest House, The largest Stock, The Best Variety Of Goods in this Line in La Salle County. UNDERTAKING AS USUAL. Parker's Hair Balsam. , r f 'fi-JV', tiprfM Hair Drtstmgtitat Never Faili to Retore Cray or Faded Hair to it Youthful CoU. socand $i sizes. Floreston Cologne. AVirim Ftimovni.t I'ur.n . ratiatT. l-n t.".Ti.i. i-cbi. v lrc a i" Pruak at? ,m. HlaCOS A CO...V V. ttfcafSvt.IN Kl"-'""1'-'"'; miilMJiMMKIMfflfcKlia 4iintrer. Sachn. Sundrakr. Mttlmfta manv of ttic best mwiicine Uncivil w.-. i ' '" "AKKEk's '.iki.br Tonk:, into a rK-uictnc ' v.-.neii rind cfibctivt! powers ;.s to i-ukciM'.e '' ;; l'.ipod l'uriner and Kidney Corre.:ur mm t::t . Best Health and Strength Restorer Evsr Used. It cures Dvstcti?.i.i, Rheumatism. Ni:r.ir.;:;.. r-'xrit. hxsacsMni all diieasesof ths ktarm i:.l-i'T:.i.l.ur, Liver, Uruuirv Orsfini, and all U' i. on.p'. ini.. If you are wasting away viih fmiMimriHM! r diaeaie. use Ihe Tonic to-uay. It wiHr.uray iwvaa- Kemember! This Tonic is trie I.e. : I air.tly :le"i cine ever niad;. and ir far superior tu l.ittoi-. ly-i-truci-vi t'.in?crand ether Tonics, ns tt nevrr lntos.rat and cures Drunkenness. Anv de.dcr in a.-uji .an supply yuu-w.and$is.ics. NoneEeiiun.oiv.-.i. signature of Hiscox & Co., Chemists. N. . Ukc.k Saving m Buvtso thk Pou-m: o;.i ... I i' I I DP., j. 1 9 Cares Scrofula, Erysipelas, Pimples and Face . Qrabs, Blotches. Boils. Tumors. Jet- tor, rinmors. salt jxneum, Scald Head. 3oras, Mercurial Diseases. Female Weakness and Irregularities, Dizziness, Loss of Appetite, J-tandice, Affections ot the Liver, Indi gestion, Biliousness. Dyspep sia ana general veoiuzy. A course of PurdoeW fltcvxt Pi'.ift! ill aatliff ht mmtskrftl-.althat itithe'.r,l Hliod PuriMioa eitti. Sttld by m?-licin rtnli-. v,.-v" ti.. xjirocii.nk in rlevea laaKui': I'nn K l1-0 FOSTER, MIIBU3N & CO., Prop'i. Butfa'o, N.Y. REAL ESTATE ' AND INSURANCE. SPECIAL: NOTICE TO THE LADIES. Tim- Woman Christian Tempvnr Unioii i of CM-ja-w will lioM nwetlniM at the realdence or Mrs. J. w. lyoli w' & Vide. -Si&fflS5 day aftcraoBU. nt S o'clocls. AH Iodic Interested i rcmrrnN work ar wi",,. 0. p. MTU..BmTJi.ti..ir. ds3-m Hard and Soil OCEAN TICKETS. Ofalx line, to and from all f nropi an ,Ptj. t v et rates. IB. J. II AU.lis. -I-V".''rl, li l lilackmnKli to Mt-t ymu Uliil I VlVJ wateliri'r-aliid.orti.a .(i-wua'r toBi.lyourliiirae aliod. -Kvpry mii tnhii tnwle" i? a w itt- i-r.'V.-rli.vnd the i-ornel thlMt i lor both bm- rs and K'!!er of K".'il Ktate lo Ko M ti.e Ki al hati.ta llrokir. to nit, UK. J. t). UAKIIIS. fitt:ii.aIiUiMs. TVCIT"1 A 'rir''V.1 A etiTiT'it rule In the Oixl aolid liuurnr.ee !u my larfw eoiitpahit Co iiion- tlian that ntli-red by thi- weal-i-roaea. Voice of the People AS EVIDENCE IN FAVOR OF Off. KING'S (' DISCOVERY F03 CONSUMPTION. Mrs. D. P, BROWN, Moberly, Mo., writt s: " I havt- K-cn a sulTrt-r from lronchitis for man) years. hav: nsod a jjreat many n-nu-difs. lmthave never found anything e(ual to Dr. King's New Discovery Thousands of testimonials similar to above can be shown. Beware of Counterfeits and Im itations. See that the name Dr. King's New Discovery is blown in the bottle. For sale by (J. GEHRIMi, Ottawa. SCHOOL BOOKS And Sshool Supplies of all kinds, at Loved Price, at IUpeimn & Graiiau's. COIL MDINNEEN, DE1ALER IM Lihkh Valley. Rantte, C.bst nnt and Kptc foals. Wlli is i i PTJBLLHSD XTIST TKIDAT A.t 44 La Salle Street. OTTAW.l, 1L.LN.. IstlioOnlj (Jerman Taper iu La Salic County. AlaMirtween Chicago no J .&venpor.,.in tLcrtrfore vr?U iUptcil as art ADVERTISING MEDIUM La S&llo 3d Vein Coal EXCLUSIVELY. TKLEPHilNFi 'No. Oflice nt ar Rock Island lKpot. Otmn. t'icc. 7. It- -ia U iL'JLJlt-lTt !iStin co, icw ton. OR. J. B. WALKER Oculist & Aurisi, Who "w t.-ctiroit '.a M lai l.O. AT THE CLItlOJ UOTtI, OTTAWA, On th' tlp ?'irl:iy f im niontk. m toliuwv: Haiunluy luti. , tlaturilny Keb. H. 1881! Sturtlay ..Mar. 1BS3 tturlay- Apr. T. lSSH etatunlay M- rt. 1993 Saturday. -fui" 'J. 189LJ At til othfr tlitiM ( 1 U tie only plw li pro(eMloDlii ) he mi t tuund in Cbicaidv orricx axd diifshsabt 85 Mimdou St., K. W. cor. Deariiom. l H,.-'Hwr"n',.'"CI FARMERS MACHINERY liming Arjimltaral ImplerrenU nfdloc rrr"1" find !t to thrtr lcterrt to gie nt c-l- job Mrstt brUgpi, Otuw. Illnoiv. April i. VWi, wiliv M vhip Wnrlw.