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OTTAWA FREE TRADER; SATURDAY, APRIL 81, 1883.
6 The Paragraph Fiend. A qucl story The garret. A fine man The megtstrato. Centre of gravity The letter t. Died in the wool A defunct sheep. A telling point The end ol a pencil. A tax John A. Logan despises Syntax. A German tutor Player In a German band. A eole-Btlrrlng article A peg luslde a boot. The fireat American cyclone la ,,Galu" Hu mil ton. A cork Is au articlo thut often irets In a tight place. Floating Indebtedness is that which cannot be settled. Singing In a Chinese jossuouso Is done by a Celestial choir. There are some old soakers who would like to get Into "that whisky pool." Hand organs aro ripening. -Vw York Com mercial Advertiser. Beginning to turn. Lady Dixie saw a mouse. All Is explained. Tho Cincinnati Krviuirer has the news. Is It a runaway match In tho insect or ani mal world when you see one antelope with another V Can such things be J An advertisement in the London Times calls for "a wet nurse, sir., gle and respectable." . An Indianapolis preacher has challenged an editor to light. The minister refers to his an tagonist as a "Heaver dam liar." Tho Cincinnati llazelte has had to pay f on a libel suit for $10,000. It is this sort of thlnir that keeps newspapers poor. A careless printer makes a dancing master say: "I offer my 6hanks to Uiobo who favored me with their patrouago last year." A Texas editor eats ink rollers when his country produce runs out. Ho is not the on ly Texas editor who has a patent Inside, The New Oilcans riruyuiu; in summing up lavld Davis, concludes that ho will not re sign the speakership in his own household. Tho Haltlmoro American owns modestly up to firty libel suits la fifteen years. Damages claimed, f.,000,000.00; disbursed, f5W. It scarcely pays to ilghi with a newspaper. Tho story of mankind in all ages is told in this littlo aphorism, attributed to a (ieorjjia darkey: "A man dat kin mako a llbln' nlnylu' de fiddle ain't ap to pesterde hoe handle." "The President seemed disgusted and out of sorts," says a Florida dispatch. Lower down we read: "President Arthur has struck a Sunday-school picnic"--which explains all. It was Chancer that appropriately said: "There Is nothing new but what has once been old." Chaucer evidently knew hash when he saw It. Ytmkcr Sttilrsman. Tourists in this couutry arc subjected to all orts of mean restrictions while slght-aeclug. "PleaseJo not tumbledown the shaft" is the notice posted at the mouth ot a Nevada mine. Allen Potter, ti reporter of the Chicago Times Sent to Wyoming to repoit the meet ing of tho Stock Growers' Association, mi ar. riylng there committed suicide. It is Hippos rtl li saw tho Wyoming female judge. John Hrown U (lead, letoiia's man, We'll never see him more Anil, come to think, we never hail Seen Mr. Hrown before. I'hctl lliold. John Kright ha changed his mind as to woman sullrage. The la Idles will have tube easy on Mr. Hright, however. They will re member how often they change their own minds. A Vermont man the other day aimed a trim at a crow, pulled the trigger and the bird fell, it may he added that it was a tame crow and the man didn't know tho gun wits loaded. Jloston 1'tist. The religious faith of loo many people is as much oil' color as that of the man who Uoted these lues: "Thrlco Is he armed who hath his ouairel )us," And four times lie who guts his blow iu fust. A young m.u named Polk sang all the even ing to a company of friends at Montgomery, Ala., and then shot himself dead. He proba bly preferred suicide to being lynched Itwhester J'ost-ErpnsH. The old lady came down to breakfast in a had humor, aud sharply addressing hereon, said: "Charlie, did you leave that whisky but tloonthu parlor table Y" "No, I guess dud left It." "Why do you guess your fattier left it?" '"Cause It's empty!" Here is au ''F.saay on Man" rather more concise than Pope'. It consists of the fol lowing canto: Man's a vapor If ull of woes; Starts a paiier, Itusls and goes. a Mr. and "Mr. David Davis are home from their wedding tour, and invitations are out for a quilting bee. Quilts, however, are not much needed for this time of the year, and most likely this Is only a blind, Mrs. Davis' object bolug to get enough help to tiuild a patch for David's trousers. He stands upon the pavemeut And wrestles with the breee; Ho looks In through the window , And this is what ho sees: Lights low, a combination Of mustacho and of curl Another fellow's hugglug The other fellow's girl. it is reported that I.angtry's poodle, Fred Gehhardt, Is lonlug his mind. It is also re ported that an Illinois editor has lost a clus ter diamond pin, a 1,000 watch, and a cigar box containing (100,000 in government bonds. We don't believe either story, aud for the earno reason. linckfonl Jnir.-Ier. WAsTKI Al'PBCTIOX. Tuny sat together by the grate. Hu hitched a little closer, And said, "A kiss would taste first-rate;" She coldly answered, " No, sir! " The fact was simply this: the labs Possessed another suitor, And for tills fellow's lovesick gas She didn't care a hooter. Again he begged, "Give me or.e ki, My dear, tny lovely Carrie One momentary tasia of bliss." She simply answered, " Narry." Then he replied: " 1 but require A single glimpse of heaven; " She yawned tud sighed, "I must retire; Vou see the time's eleven." -One favor, then, your John would ask," He said! "Oh, don't refuse him. Let me but for a moment bask In Miss upon your bosom; Let me but rest my brow upon That soft and heaving billow." She limply aald, Vour head, my son, It softer than the pillow I" Parmena Mir. MS. BAXTIH TB1.LS ALL ABOUT IT. The sermon ib, en 4 by the way, I smiled when Mr, brown Came sailing down the aislo to day In her new Easter gown; The ugly tblngl She's got a waist As big as three of mine, And yet sho has tho vulgar taste To say her figure's tine! The text oh, do you like my hat And terra cotta dress? Now don't you dare to sneer like that Come, Baxter, tell nie yes! I know you're tick and coulda't go To church with me to day. But jou'd be very proud, I know, If you hud seen the way I took the other woman down With all my Easter gear; And as for that old Mrs. Hrown She's horrid ain't she dear?" Drnrtr TrUmiif- Griggs's Glycerine Salvs The lust on earth can bo truly said of Griggs's Glycerine Salve, which Is sure cure foi cuts, bruises, scalds, burns, wounds, and all other sores. Will positively cure piles, tetter and all skin eruptions. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Only 2Ji cents. For sale by all druggists. Another War. The country learn with regret that a littlo island ctMud Curacoti, in tho Caribbean was, -lias olVcrr-fl an innult to our lla, bv firing upon tin American merchant ship. As llicrc it no navy to demand reparation, it will be necessary to call for voluntivri to furnish tlicir own hoaH and men, and go over there and compel the Curacoatu to bog- for inercv. All tin government, hat to do is to call for olunteors, and them will come up from the Went a navy that will make our enemies sick. The shooting chilis of I he Kast and West will rally with dtickin;: coats and r-liottiiH, and paddle through Caribbean jrore. We had thought that c would never ajrain go to war, and bad mapped out a lite of peace, with only occasional Mieddinxof blood (hiring tho (luck Heaon, but tin call of country has only one meaning to a I rave man, and if it comes Mr. Arthur can count on a Ritchie, venvered hunlinj: boat, manned by one who has never been known to quail, during Hie duck season, and it nhoteiin that has caused many a thick to bite the water, and knocked many a tooth out of tlm man behind it. Let it not be said that any Caribbean can insult our Hit"; with ini'punitv. and our bark remain moored at Lake' Koshkonon. and our rnn tfet rusty. We chafe ami are impatient to lead" a hundred duck hunters against the common enemy, ami only await tho call of our boss duck hunter at Wash in;rton, to sound our duck call, and nee the (-porting men Hock to our standard from I'liekaway, Wiiineconne, KohIi kotionr, Muskco Lake and Oshkosh. Tliouh imr country is without a navy, it is safe, us lonjr as every hunter who has akill' is n patriot. Let them lire on our llae;, and when we jret mad enough, t ho feathers will 11 y. We charge Chen tor not to be scared, but to look about him. On every musk rat house in our land there is a patriot, with hit hind lejrt wet, waiting to be called from his furrow, to do battle, pintle rises, Mar quis of looseberry rules. Let the cart ridges be loaded" for jjecse, with two pink odo wads over the powder, and let us set back in our boats and wait to be called to back up the American navy. Just give us the appropriation, and never mind the navy. Valor In a skill', it better than cowardice in an ironclad. Hut we want Juie thin"; understood, and that is that these duck hunters am not to collect until further orders. We don't want liiem all to collect here in Milwaukee, with their boats and shot guns, and decoys, ready to proceed to the Caribbean seat, at our expense, un til the President calls. When Arthur loots hit duck call, then they can come a whooping, and we will agree to lend them where ('unicornis am thicker Minn mud In ns on a rice marsh, and where thevcan till a boat load in two hours. Until then, let them clean their guns tind load cartridges.-- I'crk 's Sun. A Bomanc. in Boal Life. Tim limi.it v nf thn Cnnri cirl.t is proverbial, nnd nianvof the artist.t lmve fallen captive to tlicir ciiarm.t -ineii darkly brilliant eyes. half-Oriental type of face, so enchanting for a painter. A most celebrated case it that of a sou of Mrs. Norton, tho Knglish poetess and authoress. During hit sojourn there, while painting a Capri beauty, he fell in love with and married her. much to the disgust of hit high-born relatives; but it was a sorrow ful alVair for all con cerned. The. mother never forgave her sfio tin' disaniioiiitment he occasioned hor, and the future Lady (Jrantlv was made to give up her beautiful children to their r.ii"Titii relatives that thev might be brought up and educated at became their father's station, while ho lingered out muiic year of a quasi liapp) existence, dying at last from tha effects of drinking. Hit wife Lady (irantly, tho former Capri benutv -now a middle aged woman, with no trace ot Hit iaiai Inv-eliness llitit caused her such unhanni- ness in her dome-tie relations, still lives on the island, and at long intervals her children -married in Kngland - come to see their mother; but the inlluenees of another sort id" life and society are stronger than the ties of Mood, nm( them It little .Miipathv between them. Virginia Bridal Costumes. A bridal eoimle from Prince William county, aged M and (JO, arrived on the local train in Alexandria. a., says the ilascltt'. of that cin . on Tliursdav after noon from Washington, and stooped at an np-town hotel. The bride's hat was of the latest design, a large black sun down, with a narrow band of purph ribbon around it, with a white pigeon win'' fastened with two red roebud and a black lace bow. The veil was of blue tissue. The dress was of the shade of terra cotta. Her shawl was of dif ferent shades. Hit neck was adorned with a red polka-dot handkerchief, fast-iiii-.l with a red bow. and a nair of white cotton gloves covered her slender hands. Her shoes w ere hsw -quartered Jell'ersons. The groom was attired in Ldack broad-cloth, white vest, w hite tie, i clime luii'kskin cloves, and linen (bis ter. In one hand he carried a green umbrella, and in the other an oil-olofh undid, which held the bridal lunch. Hall's Ca'arrh Cure Is taken internally. It acts directly upon tho blood and the mucous surfaces of tho system. Price 7. n-. V or sale by an arjgKisu. Parties desiring to consult Mrs. Dr. Keck should remember her visit here next Wcdnci day, aud aot delay to rail on her. See col nmn elsewhere. THE WILD MAN OF CAMAS. A Creature With Babbit Skin Eobe and Sage Brash Bed Slain ii Idaho. The celebrated wild man of the Cam as I'rairio was killed recently by some parties traveling through the prairie. While the travelers were camped in the foothills on tlif edge of the prairie, one of them, named Micklohaney, went a few hundred yards from ctimp to kill some ducks, taking witli him a shotgun loaded with large shot. When only n couple of hundred yards from camp the "Wild Man of (Jamas" jumped up from his hiding place, and. after running a short distance, stopped and looked at Mickh'haney through hit large, clear eyes for n moment, then, with a shriek that struck terror to the huutcr and caused Irim to shudder as the echo re sounded through the forest, the man. with the ferocity of a savage beast of tho jungle, made for Mioklchanoy so fiercely that in order to insure his own safetv" he emptied both barrels of tho gun into him, when he fell, apparently (lead. Micklehancy went to him, when tho strange being began to revive, and he put his foot on the man's neck, and called to hit comrades to bring an ax. which they did with all possible haste. The man escaped just at they arrived, and with a pitiful moan regained his feet and started to run. The ax was thrown at him, and as lie turned his head to look bie-k it struck him in the center of the forehead, ami he dropped lifeless to the ground. On examination he was found to be rather tall, with full, clear eyes and an extraordinarily large head; appeared to be about forty-tive y ears of age, altUmgh not a gray hair could be seen. The wavy black hair of his head hung low dow n onto his body and his bushy beard was about two and ahalf feet long. The body w;w also covered with a thick growth of hair about two inchrs in k-ngth. This was also black and very fine. The linger and toe nails were two inches hug and resembled claws more than nails. He was wrapped in a long robe, made of rabbit skins. The skins sere sewed together by sinews. On ex amining the place from which lie made his appearance it was found that he had n very comfortable bed, which was made 'of the soft bark of sage brush. It was under an overhanging rock ami well protected from tljc w hul. Near the bed were two rabbits, which hail most likely been killed by stones. About ten year.- ago an insane stage driver left 1'ioise City and has never since been heard of. "The -Wild Man of Camas" may be the same, having taken up his abode in the then desolate prairie, but seldom visited 'by white men. The '-Wild Man of Camas" lias, since lir-t seen in 17:1, been dreaded by the lonelv traveler and prospector, who will be relieved toknow that hois dead. Coinponr.tioTi of Authors. Milton received .10 for "l'aradisu Lost." Sentt received .1,000 for the copy right of -Marmion. Mnuiel ( larke received .M) for trans- atiug Newton s "Optics into Latin. Kiehard Savaire received ;1X for one of his plays. Thompson received but 8 ouieas lni'iil-. pot in (-ii Winter. ins Four Season-," brought him about o00 icuini'iis. Akeii-ide received Ti for his "Pleas- w ft f 1 tires ot Imagination. .lames iviaepnci -son realized 120 for hit translations of Ossinn." Hugh Kelly realized 150 for hi.s comedy entitled "raise Delica cy." The first- volume of poems issued by Iliirns broiiirht him a profit of over L7.00. The widow of John TilloLson realized L',;VH) guineas from the sale of hit manuscript sermons. Fielding received inoo tor "loin Jones." imd i.'l,T0O for Amelia.' his second novel. Johnson was paid ,IH) for 'Kasscl- at. I ne only novel he ever wrote. Doctor Hawkcsworth received .(i,000 for hit --Narratives of Captain Cook' Discoveries in the I'acilie iiccan. an nornious Mim for a very inferior art- tele. Aeeordtii" to Pope's estimate, Dryden netted XI.'jOO for his "Virgil." Prior received 10.000 for his book of poems, after which the Karl of Oxford made hint a present ol xio.ihio. (iny realized ..,ooo trom tut piny oi The l.eggar's Opera," and for "Pol -y," w hich was a se.uel to it. Pope received from Linlot. the pub lisher. !,000 for hi.s translation of Ho mer. Conttable made advances of money to Kent t. amount inr in one instance to 10,- Ooo, for works still in embryo, the very titles of which had riot been determined upon. Charles Keade has received aooui $17.",00 for his writings. Knierson earned '.'O.Oh) for his books. Holmes !fs0,(HH), and ltayard Taylor about 90. 000, his Ihioks ill travel" lieing the most popular. Vietor llinr.i received -MJXH) for one of his books only accorded the privilege of issuing llHUHH) copies, attcr wmen the cop right is to revert to tiie nut nor. Oeorgc 7'dliott (Miss Marion Kvans) renlied lO.(KK) for "Middlemarcli." and a like sum from "Daniel Deronda." Poo received $1 per magazine page, and Willis $20.. Such writers as Aid rich, Trowbridge and Higgiuson arc well paid for fugitive articles. Tho Omaha of tta Northwest. North Dakota bat become famous as the largest wheat producing country in the world, and the immense immigra tion to the Northern Pacific country it fast opening broad lields to fanners, merchants and manufacturers. The lands on the line of the Northern Pa cific eaLof the Missouri river arc near ly all taken and settlers arc now seek ing homes on the west Missouri slope In Morton Counly, whose million and a half acres of fertile grazing and farm ing lands are the cream of that region. Mandan, its county seat, is the distrib uting point for the vast territory west of the river. Hut three years ago it had onlv a few log "sliacks," now it is a bus'tling city of 2.000 inhabitants, is growing rapidly and will Ik the leading commercial center northwest of St. Paul. "The Omaha of the Northwest" wa.s the name given to Mandan hyKufu.t llatch.the w ell-known banker. A Hoard of Trade hits been organized there, which will cheerfully send information regarding tho resources of that section by addressing the neretary. iU(0Cfllaneou0. HEREDITARY SCROFULA. RE you aware that In your blood tho J. taint of scrofula has a prominent place? This It true of every one It Is lia ble at any time, on the slightest provocation, to develop itself In some Insidious disease. Consumption and many other diseases aro outurowths of this Impurity of the blood, lloon's KAhsai-a.ui.i.v has a wonderful turner over nil scrofulous troubles, as the re markable testimonials we have receive unmistakably prove. Musans. ('. I. Hoon & Co.: r.ontlcmcn- My voiuiKcsl sou has always been troubled with hc-rofuloii.t Humor; More hi Ms head discharRinK from tut ears, and a run niiiR sore on tlia back ot his car for two ears; his eyelids would fester and ulcerate, iliseliainlnu so that 1 was obliwd to wash Ii en , open every morning. Ids eyelashes nearly all comlnn out; ho was exrecdinply d Univ. most of tliotimoeatlmjbuttwo slinlit meals a day. Wo were unable- to tind any tliiiiSthathadtholeastelfcet upon him till last spriiiL'. is?!!, wo gavo him two bottles of html' burwi'""- Hlsnmw'tlle improved nt e. The back of his ear V.uv. up without a scar, and not a sore In Ills lie.ul Miice. Hinecrclv yours, Mas. N. C. Saxiioun, No. 10S Merrimack St., Lowell, Mass. Wo I not at a rule jillow ourselves to ime our editorial columns to speak of nny leiiiedy we advertise, but we feel warranted in s ivins a wont for Hood's Sarsapari a. Knrsa'piirllla has been known nsa remedial iiu'entloi centuries and Is recoiiied by all schools of practice as a valuable blood pun tier. It Is put up In forms of almost inliiuto varietv. but Messrs. Hood &. ,' l.iiwell. Ma-.s.)vho are thoroughly reliable pharma cists, have hit upon a remedy of unusual value. Certainlv tin y have vouchers or mi-i s which wo know to bo iret extraor diuary. " ((" .veil HV klyJirmutt. HOOD'S SARSAPARILLA. Sold bv !iu:::Us. Price ft; sk for $". l'repared by'. i- 1IOOD& t'O., Lowell, Mass. AS EVIDENCE !H FAVOR OF m r U 1 Mi U M ILL id -UW CONSUMPTION. tors. D. P, BROWN, Moberly, Mo., writes: ' 1 have been a sufferer from Bronchitis for in tny years, have used a oreat many remedies, but have never found anything equal to Dr. King's ew Discovery Thousands of testimonials similar to above can be shown. Beware of Counterfeits and lm. itafions. Sec that the name Dr. King's New Discovery is blown in the bottle. For sale by (i. fl till HI Ml. Ottawa. OINTMENT! A sure cure for P.leeding, Itch- mganii L lecrated Piles, A single box has cured the worst chronic cases of 30 vears standing. No one need suf for after using Dr. William's Pile Oint ment. Sold by Druggists, or mailed on nsceiptofprice,$1.00. P, R. Lance & Co., rita, lit., r. I . r i w. .. . .M r Tha ltutl and Worthlais arc novcr imiiatci or counterfeit '. Thl is ei peclally true of a family medicines, and ills positive (iroof that tht remedy imitated is of tho highest value. As soou as it bad been tested and proved hv the whole World that Hop Bitters was the pur-.-st, best and most Taluahic family mediclm: on earth, many imitatious spranif up and bean to steal the notices In which the press and the people of the country had expressed the merits of II. B., ana in every way trying to induce sutler in) invalids to une their stuff instead, expect ln; to make money on the credit and good name of II. H. Many others started Nostrums put tip In similar style to II. , with various ly devised names in which the word "Hop" or "Hops" were used in ft way to induce pco. pie to believe they were the satno as Hop Bit ters. All such pretended remedies or cures, no matter hut their style or name Is, nnd especially thosti with 1 lit; word 'Hop" or "Hops'Mn their name or in auy way connect ed with them or their name, are imitations or counterfeits. Beware of them. Touch none of them, t so nothing but jronuine Hop Bitters, with a bunch or cluster of green Hons on the white label. Trust nothing else. llruitclsU and dealers are warned against dealinif in Imitations or coutuorious. IE 500 ni sii. riioicn tcipena tuny uu- r.. - . Kully acellntated br two yeara' plantlOK In our awu eOllUIV. IB OHO HI lr"' l.l,IU..IHii.r, ntarJ4-ltno 8eeilou No. Township Kavle ERRORS OF YOUTH. OIT DKNILITY, l'KKM Alt KK 1KCAY, nnd all Ihf . I .11....! ...n wtll t..m cl.A M I. r TeC!S yOUllllUl lunwivir-ii, wi,., ... ..... ... ... aufferlni humanity, send free l all who need It the re elneMnd dtreclloo for niakln tne simple remedy h) which be waa cured. Suffereri wishing to profit by tht Klvurtlser'a axperlnnee on do so by addreaalna; In per SpVIt JOIlV a OOPV. Cs.Ur9t..N or Voice of the People an ii iUteccllanreuB. Sew Machiues, ALL KINDS. c will iu-II full Hr Ids Sr in Machine ilicsjier llimi miy in in Uiln coimtj', liiUer fur Cash or Installments. Oil niul ntui hnnMH on Imntt. All M.fhinit fiiily rrntcJ. C'll ami wtv F. D. SWEETSER & CO. Oltau a, S'uTfiiilxT II. IS J. That thf season for building and repairing is close at hand, any one having contracts to let, in town or country, should call on W. K. STHWAKT, (Contrac tor and Uuilder, three doors north of the Clifton Hotel, Ot tawa. Kates low. and perfect satisfaction guaranteed. Con tracts taken for Plastering or Chimney Work separate from IJuilding Contracts, lluilding Paper for sale cheap. I li ivi-iMinl oM vHlmv mi l whit.' ilont 8KKI) CC ii rrlii!"-il r.ivlv In liiu MM of It 1. whlrli Ii-im ho.-H tln.r ouu'hly i.'stH, whiflil (iiivr f.ir nili . 011 the nmn, m 1-i if.l. In lli- i-ir. 11I OMi O'.I I.Mi 1M-.I! Ul MIKUnr KilliliMlMTltnt the c:un n( Dtini. Kliclinl. ill l.5i I'fr IiiiIm-). runii l.ti-iil' il ni-iir IIii-hU c.Miiily P')nr iouhk. 1'iMtiilllri- it;ttirfH. riu'ii. l.i f-aili- -nintv, l.lllnnK m.r C. . I'.ftMOM'. ritssage Tickets, Foreign Exduiiigc, Insurance Business. ir MONiuy to IjOaw. so.ita';st corner PoiUJIKc? !lo:k.Ott IMiuols Tfce Dan'l Blake Homestead Farm FORSALE. Tin1 olil Daniel Illiike Huini-.toftil farm, runtiiinln aliout 16(1 iiitcb. sitinili'd In Him iuwm if Si rciia, m ir Oil- Sitbiii i!tpcr, mi the C. IS. It. I!., I DiriTt'il furssle. Ccssriiiioii Chun nrvi full. If miuiml. l or li'lMliNi'liqUiri'iif .IAMI-.S A. lll-AMt, nu inir in-miii-is or nf M.MiTI.N 1- I.Attl'.l. 1 1 . iimrn -Jiiiu. Fan for Sale, 1 .... K..1.H1 I lair i.f See inn 1. T. .". N .. It. .t ir.. It I. "I soid by -!iil-f 1st It will be for rent. For terms :n,.l , toil particulars eniiiire nt hw otllce of Thomas C. V n;- i lerton. west slue Court House, oiiiiwa. III., or of Klch- d J. r ullerton on me premises. iui.,-m- Farms for Sale. A number of (Hood Farms in this county tor Mile. 15. K. LINCOLN, Ottawa, Ills. Nov. 4. lH.i!-U' THE WEEKLY La Salle Co. EerolJ Ilna secured a wider known dlst return as the ablrst. tne most powerful and Hie umst widely circulated (iermau weekly In this state, oiittlde of the city of Chlcaco. It Is recoKnl.'.ed bv erery class and element as the worthy exponent and representative of the genius and spirit of the (iet inan population of Central I"lipopularitv anl itreat circulation amonu lutein gent and prospermia derniaita bestows upon It a l'ie as an advert ialnK nitV.iutn which U nut possessed by ally other (Ietinan Journal In Mill part of the state ol C. ZWANZIG. Editor. Ottawa. III.. Msich U. I8M. To Hervous Sufferers.The Great European Kemedy-Dr. J. B. Bimpson's Specific Medicine. It la a poslltvecure forHperniatorrhea, Beinlnal Weak ness. Inipteney. and all dtsea.es resulting fnon etf- Abuse, as sieniai Anxiety. Lisw of 1umorr. I'ains in Hack or Hide. and diseases that lead to Consump tion. Insanity A an early grave. The Specific Ma diciae la being nsed with won rinrftil sueeesa. Pumnhleta sent reue ki all. IIM tin toem alMl uCl ftill particulars. Prlra-Hrsseina. Sl.hO per package, or six liacaain lor ao, awi'r- mi, ... (1 K. Y. OK1GOH. Ottiiw. 111. obtained for neio invention, or for improvement on ofif one, for medical or other compound), trade nr. ft tnhttm. Parent. Aseianments. Inter ference), Appeal, Kuittfor Infringement, and all cam anting vnaer in mirm ''i prompt- E ""J U mfrnfm Jl wJFmf y ' Patent Of 1 2ri R nJI K 1 II tml m I ""'' ' '' ' ,VtV(fal lllf Hll IT tO"t CO'. - fifift-nftit Lit tt. btmg vi'lioatt Vie C. ,S. i'lfenf . " . . f . ,, J. I....'...... a w jjrparimcnt, rin-i eny;yjett iiui'"i Wu.m-w c.'udirfli, w can make closer imrehe. and fcnr ratent more promptly, arm viti omnr.er ci.ium, thnn those irhn nr remote f mm tl'tittingfon. cnn v a Inkj et or n'tc of tiour deeire: u fiijis fjiimiaullilul H7lJ uJl'Ue US to linfci.fn'li'i.'v. free ttfehareje. All corrcrpond'nry.etrirthj con fidential. I'rlrrt fotp, rmt AO CIIA.1H1H US' J.t.M iMlJU t J - or.ll iir.o, irreer in, Vahinatnn, to Hon. Poftmaiter General V. M. Key. Pen. F. I. Power, Tht German American National flank, tn oflcinl in the 1'. S. Patent Oflct, and to Senator and Keprtftntativ in Pongrc: and especially to or client in ercry Slat in the r.fnn nnd in fan n da. A i,fre-t Cppotue i iUtnt I'fice, 11 itt.'ungten, D, tl SCHOOL BOOKS Ami 3:hool Supplies of all kind, at Loweit Prices, at UAPEUlll & Gsmmu's. IU trust . Arria. 2Ug0l. BLAKE & MOLONEY, Allornrvi at Ijur. CTATKOK IIjIINOIH La Halm Co. kH. O In 1 ,'irruil Court, to June Ttrm 1U. Mry MrOlnnm r: Nmiry Foley, alliin Ann Foley. inl John Foley. in C'nnin. . Alllilavlt of non-rfxltlfix-R if Charlei MiOlnnl. And Alice Mrdlnnli. Iniplehili-rt with Ui mIhiv ilnhndant. IihvIiiu tipeii flli.il ti, fv.t. eiprk-iy fifllmi at thit Clrcalr Court of aald county, nntlrn 1. then-fore hereby irlven w urn .mil nnn.re.Meut uerendanm inai inu inii,im ant Hied her hill ol complaint n aniemleU In aald court, on the chancery utile thert'iif. on the third day of April 1HH.1, and that thereupon a umtnonH Issued out of aald court, wherein aald milt 1. now pending, returnable on he aecond Monday In the month of Jauu next. Mil by law required. Now, unlena yon, tho said non-resident defendants. ??iHve,.nIV"''J' PPraonally be and appear U-fore said Circuit t ourt on the drat day of the next term thereof, t be hohlen at Ottawa In and for the said connty. oil the second Mondar In .Inn.. ...... ..1 1 or demur to the aald eomplalnanfi bill of rornnlalnr, the sanie and the mattera and thlnga therein churpl and state ! will lie taken aa confessed, and a decree vu- iticu i.hniur., jvii :riiriiinK 10 hip prayer of aald hill. Ottawa. Illinois. April 10th, . n.'issi. 1.1.1 n, taLU1 Clerk. lii.saa oc nirji.is.i, vouipu a HolTS. aprlMur NOT1C1;:.-Khtat or juu Hall, Pito'D. Nollce Is hereby (tlven, that tho tiuder.iznrd, Ad inlnlslratura of the estate of James Hall into nf the county of .a Salle and stnto of Illinois, deceased, will appear before the I'mhate Court of tald county on the third Monday (b'lnt; the Jlut day) (,f mv (cv-i at the I'robate Court Itoom, In Dttawa, In said county when awl where ull peimnis lutvlnir claims or deiuanda attains! said estare are notllled to attend and present, the wvme In wrltnitf t'nr nilliiituiriit. Dated thlsltli day of April . n. it's. KI.lZ.MIK.Tir It AUS J ami: C. HAIL. iMirT-3w Administrator.. VC)'l'It;ii;.-l'.TATK ok Maiiy It. Haas. ln'i. il Notice Is heiehv irlven. tiat the utiderlKneil. Joseph Haas, Adnilnlblt'.Uor of the estate ol" Mary IV uiiiu, late or me county or ijse;!e ami state or Illi nois, deceased, will anneitr before the Probate Court of said county on the third Monday fbclnx the 'Jlst day) of May 1SK1, at tho l'rolmte Court Itootn In Ottawa, In aid county, when nnd where all persons having clain.t r oeiiiaiios auaiusi hhiii est.ato are notineii to nttenil and present the same in writing for niljii.stuieiil. Dated this 5th day of April a. i. 13. JOSF.I'II II A AS, aprT-;lw Administrator. B. K. LINCOLN, AUorvtu nt Ijtw. N O'PK 'h'.. -F.vrATK ok AaRux r.r.nwy, Okc'h.--Nolice is liereliy (:iven, that the tmdersluncii. K.irHum rainier, Kxecutor of the 1-in will and testa mem of Aaron Hrown. late 01 the county of I-aSalk". and state of IIII110K deceased, will nppi ar before tho I'nib'.lo Court of sahl rutiutv on the third Monday ibclms the twenty -first day) of May ltS3. nf tho I'm nate Court Iioom. itl Ottawtt, In said cotintv, whi n and where all persons Imvim; claims or ilcmanils auainst aald estate nro noiilled to attend nnd preaeot the same In w riting for iiliiistmc:it. Dated this 2Sth day of .March a !. 1SU1. UANhO.M 1'AI.MI'I!, ltiarr.l-Sw Kxi'cuti.r. M1K OM,Y OP Turf OrnpoCTontn Tartar, l inui rl-Crouiut of Soiln nn I II".i7n nf F.ijiji. r.cfjuiiTd bS! 1. less, Cuna urn ' TAIUiKH. ri-ult and Cuke nretif-vi r l itter when uilut I' Ii .sioaii'ie.s thf nf'imi--i it i'vipiec trjioni. 'i';-ial paikutfe ism l'!l-:l'.. hold only in can, byraeuu.' ilukluj I'uuder Co., .jrsi'uw, N. T. t n a m m avw i v.sACrai i' M. & Ht. rani Im:Iwbv h.vfnsrtl-TMiM-il ff;' I ii'ii! .null, we -IT rfi i-s-il -I'lelur" si iir.db.-s; .. : M.r-iio-iof It, nnlH.K.lriv. Itit'.i i -.u vir-.sa Keislon.exi-cllet'.t for oni. dnlrv and ..-to-.. :iiii4 and Kent-ral aKrlciiltnre. For tm'l'' ' J?" irs. sent free, nddn-ss F lil.HT.Klh.M' N. a ' ::i;MilOliD, 0 ortUCl.u-Ka:., Cuicaic-, PARKER'S HAIR BALSAM. This elcjant drcising Is preferred by tlioie whohnveiisetlit, toany similar atti-!c, on ac count of iijs superior cleanliness and purity. It contains materials only that are beneficial to the scalp and h.i find ilw.lt'4 Restores the Vouthtul Color to Ere, or Faded Hair . ... r. i , r , r. -J I L. rarker s nair iiaisatn is tuiciy ptnimicu mm warranted to prevent falling of the hair and to ro. move dandruff and itching. Hiscox & Co., N.Y. 0e. and l iIim, at dl.ra to droiri sail mailchm. GARDEN inPLELlEHTS, And eyerythingfor tho Lawn and rdcn at HIRAM SIBLEY & CO'S, 200 to S06 Randolph SU; Chicasro. TO meet tne ciomanim oi mnnwis u liVrCitirt for ronamo , neis v . om-r iu " AM THOKOVG1ILY TKSTKD Z,0' sj01" chased anu Biooi.tMi iv our owu bihh t. i Hi.Ai.iu niuia atii nnynnlfirl. Hiram Siloloy 4s Co., btEU.HMKN, hicaEu, Illinois. Btwcial rrtces ou car lots shipped direct from liebraska. COHmSYLtM. Nuf.ce i nei-et.y civeii. tin' "" '''''"'.T'lU'Xl Kriilaysnf each week v;1,!,ln"lnSfii teliMil ,sylu n. No visitor, a. ...Itti !, T.C. U IU.SH. N l -l.tity PI PIxVEPLES. I Hill ,uai ( fi-i-elthe ni'lpi1 f,ir a simp.e i..i... ti,.,i will n.niove rati. n --- I'niil.l.-H and iiiwc -"'',., 7or proilm !nc a lie sain soi.. clear and beantiiul -. n'-eo """ ,".,, ,,e monh 'f Adilrfr", lnclositu 3 rt t"r. Co. 12 Iltrclay M. , S.T. How Lost How Restored! ' ttaithna fiTn'liI ,.f Kl-aaM T.H" i '"v. Mental ..'.I I'liVStcI XTy ininritii'iienls to Marna;e.etc,. i!.. I m Vrr and Kit-, tndui-,1 by self -Ind-.l-J m e or e. al '"ravsiance e Tiiecelelr.itel atltnor. in iimn in., ' ' .Tjinu.nstn.te. fem a th:rf tears sn.ves.tul practice. iWit e a'ariMlnsT cmnnem-e. o, si-.f-abuse may !v ISjic" IIS evrtil; uoiivng "tit a inisle ..I . lire at once ITnle Veruln an; et.vtual.by ine,i. of which eery Simple. L - ,. I... n.liti.,1, in.v he. in:ir "'2 Moiia lf cheaply, privately ami rn i-.;ip. 'T!r This Uctnre should hi in the tuui.U of eyery -.mth and every man In the la-4. 'sent nader seal. In a plain evelor-. to any aildresi.. pMiiUt. n nwlpt of til cent. c two po-o ttaaK. Add reaa THE CULVIEWELL MEDICAL 00. ! AeaKt.N.--Ysrk.v.T.;r ''- TWApCM. i iiLiyiu .-..3 j 1 -.e' aw3S"" ' - r --it 1 -wMr.-sjajt-.ui si ininia