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OTTAWA FREE TRADER; SATURDAY, JUNE 2,1883.
CRIMINAL VARIETIES Culled llnro na Tin-re from tho Hi Dal. lien. llnnt'i" "i'k Iny. There were tour rr-uiur executions in the United States last ham-mim'.- day, be sides a couple untbr the nuspices .:' .In lge Lynch. John Taylor was handed nt Taylorville, Ark., for the murder of Col. Inyr.-mi. at that place, In 1SS0. The execution was public, witnessed ly thousands of people, among whom were half n l' i n negro women near the gallows with Imhes at the breast. The prisoner hiim-cif felt so exhil arated by the 6ho.v that he said hu would not exchange his plant with a bridal couple. Joseph Young, colored, was bunged at Richmond, Ark., for an outrage commit ted some mouths ago on Mrs. Chi.-on The culprit made htull roilc.-sion ol his crime and broke dowi. completely, (T)ing like a child. A thousand people witnes sed tho hanging. John Kenton was executed at Helena, Ark., for a brutal murder committed six months ago. About a thousand people Cathtred around the gallows to see him nil", and, contrary to the usual order on such occasions, good order prevailed through out. Leander Coleman, colored, was hauled nt Haton Kouiru. L.. for the murder of John Cray last winter. A large crowd of negroes was present. Ellis Craft, one of tho murderers ol the GiObons children in Kentucky, and Em met Junes colored St. Louis, convicted of murder, both of whom were sentenced to bo hangod lut Friday, liave been res pited until their cuses can bo heard in a court of appeals. Execution lv JikIl'o I.ynch. On the night of May 2(ith the livery stable ol II. 15. Derrick, 25 miles northwest ot Helena, Ark., on the Iron Mountain & Helena Kailroad, was burned and with it eight horses, buggies, wagons, Ax., togeth er with a photograph establishment ad joining, belonging to Professor Vess. A negro named Jesso Howard, suspected 01 having et the building on flic, was arrest, edand lodgd in Jail. Next morning at four o'clock ho was taken out y a mob and shot to death with buckshot. The jailer was also shot by tho mob, as he re fused at flrt to surrender the keys of the prison. The county is wild with excite ment. There was no insurance on uny of the property burned. street Car Munler. On a street car in St. Louis, May 25th, John Home and Joseph Jackson got into a hot political discussion, rf suiting in a fight. Otto I lirrbcrger, stating that he whs a justice of the peace, iuterlered and with a drawn pistol threatened to arrest them. Home denied his authority and resisted him. Dierberger then shot Home in the neck, the hall entering the jugular vein killing him iiiutnntly. Dierberger was ar rested at his home. The wives of Hornet and Dierberger were on the ear and wit nessed the struggle. A TenHemtre Tragedy Ilelenwood, Tenn., was the scene of a horrible tragedy Sunday evening. John and Hiley Cecil, father and sun, were shot down by the three Smith brothers, Luth cr, John, and Thompson. The origin of the difficulty dates back four years, when Smith Senior was shot by the Cecils in a quarrel over a ho'.tlc of whiskey. The Smith boys made their escapo to the mountains near by. Should they be found it is feared more blood will be shed All For I.iivi'. At Cedar Hill, a small place 2.1 miles west of St. Louis in .lefl'erson county, Mo Amiel Denorentz, 2:1, and Hiram Hindi ncss, 1!) years old, had wooed Miss Martha McDanlel. They ull lived on neighbor ing farms, and the boys were supposed to be on frlendlv terms. It seems, however, that a jealous despair had seized upon SnellniMH. Yesterday Dencrentx was es corting Miss McDaniel home from church. They were chattinc pleasantly together, and walking Hide by stde aero a field when suddenly Snellness appeared before them. He was armed with a double-bar reled shot gun, and called upon Denerentz to draw and defend himself. The unfor tunate man Mi-mod to have had no expec tation of such an encounter. He was un armed and apparently paralyzed by the situation. His murderous assailant, how ever, showed no mercy, but, raising his gun, discharged one barrel full at the breast oT his victim. Tho distance was but a few yards, and Denticn'z fell hh tho:i!zh struck by a cannon ball. The young lady had turned to run, but the wretch again ruis'.'d the wexm and shot her down, indicting probably mortal wounds. He then walked away kouu; dis tance, reloaded his gun, anil b-aning over it fired both charges into his body, thus finishing up his bloody work. Oliirr .11 imler On the 2 tih tf May a proiuiner.t fanner named Merrill wbilu ploughing in a field near Iiluirton, Yell c i.inty, Ark., was as sassinated, and was fourd dead in a f urrow with a bullet in his bodv. There is no clew to the murderer. Ihoueauds are belnir cured (or catarrh ev ery year with Hall's Catarrh Cure, that tht doctors n aa given up ana sum could not t cured. 70 cents a bottle. Held by all drug gists. (b WaahloKtua Letter. (Knralar L'urrejpoOf'f'iC.) Washington. May 21, 1(583. Toe past week was marked by unusual ly lino weather at the National Capitol. A band of Italian days visited iL They came most opportunely for the parade by the society of the Army of the Potomac a! heir fifteenth reunion. The veterans pa raded 'he (-treets, were reviewed by the President, mule excursions t Washing ton's tomb, and were banqueted. The eitl z.ens threw banners and bunting to the breize in honor of the occasion, and crowded the sidewalks to gaze at the page nut. The entertainment of these vinit ir.-, was altogether successful, and they ex- pressed lheine!ves as delighted with their j cordial reception. TUey were no little surprised, however, that at their first re-i union In the capitol city the President ol; ihe L'nited Slates should render hiuiseli: conspicuous by absence from a banquet given in their honor, it is unliue resi dent Arthur to blunder on a point ol etiquette. He is almost always sure to do the right thing in this recard; but bis tisti s are quiet, he is surleited with pomp and vanities, and the drafts upon his time r.-, ,o,.i,( i.ml imi.erious. Uesides. he ,,v i,v.. teen tired and indisposed, for! he succunibe.t to Ins inclination and wenr'"' ter knile or a cro.vbir they will now instead on a moonlight excursion clowiijs,' their error. the Potomac. I One of the most s tnguin.iry pun-of tht Ti.,. Ir..i,l,.i,i looked n-inarkiihlv wi ll ' season Was Iieroetrate l bv the 15 t on Jinl- Wednesday, as he stood the central figure of the banner draped stand watching the procession pass by. He wore a black frock coat buttoned nearly to the throat, white Kid gloves, and tall silk hat which he removed ami held in his hand as each division of the parade reached the stand. 1 lie tip ot a dark blue silk handkerchief pecredjfrom the breast pocket of his coat, exactly matching his cravat in shade. His hair is silvering rapidly now, and his moustache is nearly white, but he shows no other traces of being a care encum bered man. The grand stand was occu pied by a largo and distinguished party. Among others, I noticed Attorney General Ihewster quietly observant of what was taking place, ami Secretary Lincoln with his dignified bearing and thoughtful, handsome face. General Sherman was conspicuous In his uniform, was talkative, and looked ruddy and vigorous. Secre taries Teller, Frelinghuysen, and Post mas ter General Cresliam were there, and hall a dozen foreign ministers. The even tenor of the Star Houte trial was disturbed the other day by a crank of a lawyer, oy the name of England, ap pearing in tho ante room of the court in the garb of a Pejee Islander, and shouting in behalf of the defendants, "They are not guilty." He had dolfed his clothing in the vestibule, and but for the prompt ac tion of the marshals would In a moment more have been in the court room in a perfectly nude state. The ladies present, learning what had occurred, hastened to escape. England afterwards made his way back to the court room and threat ened to shoot Judge Wylic and others, but eluded the pursuit of officers, and turned up on Thursday night in Baltimore, where he was arrested. Colonel Hob Ingcrsoll is now making the closing argument for the defense, and tho tedious Star Koute trial will soon come to an end. The names mentioned as most favored by the President for the Commissioner ship of Internal Kevenue are Silas Dutch er, of New York, A. P. Tutton, of Penn sylvania, and Deputy Commissioner Uogers. The appointment will probably be made to-day. The aro many visitors in the city now, anil last week there were more. Hesides the old s.ddicrs, many of whom brought their families, the Jockey Club races brought many sporting men to the city who made their headquarters at the Na tional and St. James, while the military (piarteretl at the Uiggs House and the Eb bilt. Several large excursion parties from neighboring cities visited Washington last week, and at the White House the average of daily visitors was from five to six hun dreda larger number than In any previ ous season. Postmaster General Grcsham has signi fied his intention ot making a number of changes in the clerical force of tho Post- office Department before the end of the present fiscal year. Ho proposes to re move somo of the older employes, and 11 1 1 their places with younger and more vigor ous men. in cases where the old clerks can perform light, easy work they will probably be retained at reduced sdaries. free or font. Hy culling Ht (i. (ielirlng'k drug Ktoru you cull t'ft a Hiuiiplo bottle of l)r. Hosanko's Coiit;h and bunt; Syrup which will relievo the most olislinme coutth or cold, and show you what the reirular ftO cent size will do. When troubled with asthma, bronchitis, dry, hack ing eouirli, pubis In tho chest, and all diseas es of iho throat and luugs, try a sample bot tlu of this medicine. The Paragraph Fiend. It's all over--The sky. A strikingobject A tmmkiut:. I5rewin trouble Making whisky, A diciim of fair women Kich men. Perfectly heartless A diamond Hush. hit at the elbow A disconnected stove pipe. matter of course A fashionable din ner. The very first lu town The pioneer sett lers. (Juick consumption 1-atmg a pie in two seconds. A sound suggestion Never turn a deaf ear to tho telephone. Two hogsheads make a butt, but it takes only one goa.'s head to do it. Why arc blushes like girls? Hecausc they become women. It you should haptcn to want your cars pierced, just pinch tho baby. Life. "Board wanted" As the young lady said when she came to a mud puddle ia the sidewalk. Chieajo calls iiself an Eastern city, and th. law o'.'ers us no ivlre-s. L,, r, 'X (,'itt- , A soldier expects to ltcc the inu-ic win n he goes into biltlej but when he uets m he finds tin inu.ih: h gone to the rear. A boy- sas in his composition that "onions are the vegetables that make you sick when you don't eat them your-ilf." Cincinnati he-its them all for music. "Why," says the irninincr, "in Cincinnati you can even hud music in vour mother-in-law." As a root that "one lunch ot' nature makes the m. Ip 1: world Uin," ohseiw how . lm.,,,i;y .,,,,,,.,., i,,.,-,,,!- at ;i(h linht. A Southern man who during the luijit of the er.i.'.' named his son "Pinafore," hopes he'll til- before the hie. -ts big enough to lick him. A New lock p mer says the i'.iooklyn 1 "I 'l-Ige was open.: 1 with ciilat." If any persons thought H was t. a- opened v.ltll btiu as lollows: "A blooded hor.-e is ol course a irood eore." After such an ell'oi't 'us this lite appears iiiiiidi brighter Now is the tune :o subscribe," .-aid the crossroads editor as In: led his wealthy bride to the marriage register ami shoved a pen into her trembling hand. -V. 1. A'twri. A showman informs the public via ad vertising that he hangs by bis feet and lifts a horse. If ho should go west and try to "lift" a horse he'd soon hang by his neck. A formerly strong temperance orator up in Michigan has gone into the saloon busi ness. We knew that reform was not en tirely out of the question, even up in Michigan. A child was born lecently in New Phila delphia, O., that has neither arms nor legs. It is believed by some people that the White Stockings could win a game in New Philadelphia. "1 am no pugilist," said Paddy Pyau while testifying in the Dunn case Mon day. People who saw or read about Mr. Ryan's encounter with Sullivan reached this conclusion about a year and half ago. Trihune. "Yes," said the wood dealer, "1 prefer to sell wood to men who do their own saw ing. Y'ou can't convince a man who has worked hard all day at a wood pile that there isn't a full cord of it." Kpitaph on a tombstone in Cuautauque county: "N'Mira!t,'la worked on Mrs. Smith Till 'neiilh the sod it laid her; She was a worthy Methodist, And nerved as a crusader. Fritunls came ileliL'hted at the call, In plenty of ood curriiices; I lentil is the .lommon lot of all, And comes more oft than marriages." It is said that a young lady can never whistle In the presence of her lover. The reason is ottviDiis. He doesn't give her a chance. When she gets her lips in a proper position for whistliuj something else always occurs. what in; SAIO. 'Tis but a bon-bon kiss I dare to offer thee, It cunnot tio umisa ' lis but a bon-bon kiss And yet, instead of this, Perhaps Ah, no, I see Tis hut a bon-lion kiss 1 dure to oiler thee. WHAT SUB TIIOCOIIT. He's but a silly boy To iive a 'i.iir kiss Afraid he mii;ht annoy! He's but a xilly hoy! Perhaps ho don't enjoy Another kind than this! He's but a Hilly boy To give a juur hiss. Mr. Rutherford H. Hayes, the well-known Road Commissioner of Fremont, (J., will deliver an address at Woodstock, N. Y., next Fourth of .Inly. The committee hav ing the celebration in charge Is entitled to praise for its timely ami etl'ective warning. Chiriiyi Tvibuhc. Neal Dtuv is authority lor the statement that "there is a clergyman out West who is in the pay ot the liquor leagiit s." Neal is likely enough to be right, and if ho is, it Is altogether probable that the clergy man in question is, with (lialiohcal 'inge nuity ami conscientious devotion to the in terests ot bis employers, earning bis money by advocating the adoption of the Maine liquor law. X. V. W'orhl. It is a man's duty to support a wile, and if he cannot he ought not to have one. A woman bus her inside duties tipeifonn and a man his outside duties, and this union of duties maUes happy households. Here is the picture id' a good for nothing husband ami T1IK I.A'.IKST M V. I think I've discovered the laziest man That ever set foot upon leather; His name Is Mcl'ulvey, his first name is Dan, And no matter how pleasant the weather lb- sits ill the house while his simple old wife, Kvery ttav, be it rainy or sunny, Wears a lit I le more ol! from her remnant of life In washing and Ironing for money. Thcv agree very well the is willing to slave To keep him in clothes and in victuals. And In' is quite willing the should, the old knave, While lie sits and contetitedly whittles, Or, weary of making a litter, lies down And slumbers till called to the table, Ar.d, mind you, there's never a man in the tow u With knife, fork and dishes more able. I chanced to call in on McKulvey onu night To try and engage him to labor (I had wagered l.c'd work, if I managed him right. With avalued aviiuaUitance and neighbor), And the next verso w ill show you who cap lured the cash That Is, if vou've keen observation And you'll vote to McKulvey tho champion s.isu As tliu laziest muu In creation. I'll not say what he said to hit offer to hire, Put explain that his w ife, who was weary, Sat down, when she'd washed up the pots, by tho tire. And tried, the poor aoul, to look cheery; When ho said to her, mildly, this Idlest or men. With a check that is tougher than leather, "Go and whack up some wood for tho morn tug, and then We'll sit down and bo easy together!" A. W. K. i We Alt lit.llev Y.mt it Is a hnur lane tlnil bus no turning; j t many a sloift m random scut llndit :n ok tta- archer little lucuut; that uo remedy - Id "ill curt! coughs, colas, croup, wliuo e.Miirli and all llirout and liiuj: troubles luii klv awl permanently us I'r. liigclow a I'o-otivi: l 'lire; tliutonrdrui,'i:lit,Iv Y. (irigi:, i v tv aeiieroua to give trial bottles of this ifinedv fiee of cost. MORRISON ON POLITICS. While not beading any obtrusive or noiy boom for the democratic presidential nomination in 1M, Congressman William K. Morrison, of Illinois, is one of the most cai.ahle and level-headed of all our great r ( . j,, mt hatred and dissensions Uiv d.-uiocralit: leaders, and as available ti;n- aroused by them, that distinguished j,(r her for the presidency lanks Ihe equal sons arc! loaded with In, nils that le-v. r m ol anv Mat. small in the party. We r(. any way are censures pn.noun.-.M a.-ainsl - , ,, I the crimes and murders with which wick nlcascd, iherelorc, to tin t Hiatal the re. m .a Ma:n lh(.llMt.ivt,3i ftml ,,.1. quest ol ihe new editor ol the New Yorii when it is asserted that the measure of true U'nrhi be has in a brief, crisp letter, out-- patriotism is in proportion to tin; am t lircd what his Mimat.ofi should ,t f '""""'V or refuscd-so as to bring in.(i o the people under the pressure of i;.ti;iii,l i. present be the policy ol the democratic ni)' parly. We copy fioin the World ol jn these circumstances, it mu-t le; t-.i j,iv .);,. i dent to your Lor.N hip that the collection ' NiwYtii'i Mav "i l'l 'called the 'Parncll Testimonial Fund" ,.,,itn ..' 'th, AV-r,i;,o.'li:-:'-The be approved by t!,is Sacred Congre. Repu Lean party is ered.te I with svicecss nml eouse-iucntlv it cannot be bder "'!' ,, a'ed that any ecch siHBtiC, mucii less n lu war and IW results. , Ri,,op, slu-uhl take any part whatever in li inav obtain or keep power aim not ' ,. 1 . i . V i . ,.r...i,. ,,rt, miisr recommending or promoting it. Mean- SXt fore it ;K,.,tsKtffh, '; -Pray. " rve your It is still true that, as between political j 'oMsiiip. parties, what the laws shall he ami howj executed is more important to the people than who shall make or execute lliem. The Democratic party will not get con - trol of the (lovcrninent by the use of even: more money than the Republicans use in ..leetloim for unv nartv that buys power will sell it The partv which uses money to get otll ces will use the ollices to get the money back, ami succeed. The Democratic party must be better; than the Republican parly. bottoms oi mums, ana some imes u. cover The political power is still left with thejupdetefts id woodwork. The process ot people audits exercise Is safest when I heating the cans also has its profitable re- nearest to them. !"r "': s',Uk'r- "inninjr into a receu- The C.ovcrnment should interfere with .tacle. is sold lor twelve cents a pound, it them as little as possible, and not at all in 'alone paying, it is claimed, all that is orig- those things which they can better do formally paid lor the cans. themselves without such interference. ; Without some yet undiscovered econom- vt,t,.ouf raK UT .y ? Freen.an's . . .v-,, i, -v.!.!, ru,rnmni J,l'w f'-ioii nl Dyes, ror brightness and du- ic mystery throu ji which Government ruUilitv of colorJtl re uncqllRl(!j. Color adds to the abundance "f the people by fn,m o , 6 p0Hnds. Directions in English retaining part of what is first taken from nlll c.;trinan. Price, 15 cents. them, they will not be made more prosper- ousby its interference with their business H m,cni(HH Virginia woman lias dis pursults or greater use ot the taxing pow-!covm,d lhHt H(lturating the bag containing er than its actual needs demand. her seed beans with coal oil utterly ex- Such interference always leads to terminated thu weevil inside and out of latum, benefits of which the fortunate: th(J ,)(,m)i ,)lU lul 1)t harm th() secA in t)ie owners ot aosoctate and corporate wealth 1 1(lfl(.t pn,imMv the same treatment would get more and the great mass of men IeRSwiUl infeCt(.a pe"a,. This certainly is umuch than belongs to them. quicker and more satisfactory way af over- The danger is great that money obtain-nI,,in.T ,v11,,niiipnhv .bun i'ivnw nn the ed by legislation will be used to procure legislation. This will be avoided it we limit taxes laid on the people to actual needs of the: esl'of" be laid highest and so as to take most from; those things which people can best do! without, but no higher rates should be laid ! than w. 1 raise the required sum. I A bigher rate is destructive of industry buds and resources may put oil the evil dav. The annual report of the Amtrican Iron and Steel Association May 1, 1SS3, tellsj the country that lsst year there was aillsi-i greement as to rates of wages between' manufacturers and laborers, the result of! which was thai nearly all iron mills closed and the laborers were unemployed for months; that there were more mills ttian would make all lue iron tie country could use; that, therefore, stopping the nulls and the men remaining idle whs by no means a calamity to tho manufactories. Tho calamity then fell on the laboring men, and this is the ellect of the present system lu iron and all other over protected industries. In these industries thousands of millions are invested. Millions of men are em ployed, and earn about $1 a day when they work under the present system. The calamity of four months' enforced idleness in a single year falls wholly upon laboring men: none ol it on the manufac turers, who may closo four months when thev will. There is such a division of opinion among Democrats as requires toleration on the tariff qutstion, but those unwilling to repeal war rates, winch were lumen to a protective tariff, are entitled to leniency. those wuo auvocate incidental proiec lion, some protection, or any qualified pro- tection. nrobablv mean no more meant by a tarill" only for revenue, for n t in IT laid for revenue only will afford some advantage to our own manufacturers. The division is perhaps more o policy tlian of breed. There art; Democrats who are prob stil ly revenue tan If men, but who insist, as a matter of policy, that we shall not. say so. The only purpose of silence would l e to hide our real purpo-es, and there is great danger that the people would believe we were thus practicing dicelt to obtain pow. er, and that any patty thnt would mislead them to get Into power would disappoint them afterwards. Wii.uam li. MoimisoN. W All Li now That wider usver runs up bill; that kisses tastf butter tsau tiny look, anil are latter af ter dark; that it U hetUr to be right than to be left; that thoe who Ukc Dr. Jones' Ked Clnver Tonic usver have dyspepsiu, custlve nei, bad breath, piles, pimples, ague and malarial diseaus, poor appetite, low spirits, beailuche or diseases of kidneys and bladder. Price fU cunts, of E. Y. ttriggs. THE rOPE AND THE PAENELL FIEND. The following is the full text of the clr- cuiar a'Uiressed Dy Hie ltoiy cee to tue Irish Hishops. and despatched from Home to each of them on the 11th ult.: Whatever may be the case as regards Mr. Parncll himself and his o'tjecN, it Is at all events moved that many f his fol lowers have on many occasions adopted a line of conduct in open contradiction to the rules laid down bv the Supreme Pon till in his letter to the Cardinal Archbishop ol Dublin, and contained in the instruct ions sent to the Irish Hishops by this Sa cred Congregation, and unammonsly ac cepted by them at their recent meeting at Dublin, it is true mat, according to tuose instructions, it is lawful for the Irish to seek redress for their grievances and to strive for their rights; but always at the same time observing tho Divine maxim to seek first thu kingdom of God and 1 1 is justice, and remembering also that it is wicked to turiner any cause, no msiier how just, by illegal means. It is therefore the duty of alt the clergy, and especially of the Hishops, to curb the excited feelings of the multitude, and to take every opportunity with timely exhor tations to recall them to the justice and moderation which are necessary in all things, that so they may not be led away by greed ot gain to mistake evil lor good, or to place their hopes of public prosperity in tht! shape of criminal a"s. Hence n follows that it is noi permitted to any nf the clergy to depart from thes.; rules them -elves, or to taKe part or any way promote movements inconsistent wi'ii prudence anil wnh the d itv of calming mi n's munis. !t Is certainly in .midden to c'lllcci lor ihr relief of disti-i is ;n Ireland; but at tho sunn time the nfore".iiiIopi S'olie mandates ub-o- llllely i:olli!clllll Mich colhrlloi s as :V raised to inll une popular pai-si n -, i.:i 1 to bo used as a means ft r lending ii.cn ln:o rebellion against the laws A'vr all things thcv. it h clergy, must I. obi t!;e:u. .It-nu t,liuf' from kllelt s!ilt.(rNili,,ij i. ! .... Griggs's Glycerins Salvo. The best on earth can be truly said of (iriggs's Glycerine Salve, which is sure euro foi cuts, bruises, scslds, burns, wounds, and all other (ore. Will positively enre piles. ! tetter and all skin eruptions. Satisfaction guarsmeeu or money remnaea. uniy cents. For sale by all druggists. Old tin cans have become a factor in ' trunk-making and are now gathered and sold to trunk-makers to bind the edges and CUUire of beans and" peas for it year or two, as recomended by Prot. Linter. JJcmaj BtooD. On the purity and vital- of the whole system. Disease of various kinds is often only the sign that nature is trying to remove the disturbing cause. A fcmcdy that gives life and vigor to tho ' ? J ti J,any i8ease3 tlmt woul(1 occur venting many without its use. Sold by dealers. GEO. W. RAVENS, I'ussasc Tickets, Foreign Exchange, Insurance IHisiness. I IT MOINWY TO L.OAIY. -in itieiat corner PooitlOce Block. Ottawa Illinois. That the seanon for building and repairing is close at hand, any one having contracts to let, in town or country, should call on W. K. STEWART, Contrac tor and Ruilder, three doors north of the Clifton Hotel, Ot tawa. Rates low, and perfect satisfaction iruarantccd. Con- . . fL 'f- pi 9d..ri.m tir su UlfiUlS1114 -1 wiiiu lira . lu-'tvs sug vs Chimney Work separate from ltuilding Contracts. Ruilding I'aper for sale cheap. Vili.w m liAt-nhv i.u-i.n friiir1ay .in o Kritlnv f each week visitors will l nil tit tied i on Ahv tutu . No vlnitiirB Hilinltteil on Sun- ! iIiivh. T. C. til UNO N County Ai!ei.i. 2 VLL KINDS. We will Hell you a Kirst-din Si-win; M u litnr vlicipi-r lli.in any imi' in tins cuiiiit t. rioirr i-ir Cash or IriBtallments. Oil iinil attai limi'ntu on li.mil. wurratteil. Cull anil wc All M:v liini's fully F. D. SWEETSER & CO. Ottawa, Kurrnilivr 11. W-2. Farms for Sale. A ii'.itMlier of (Jood Farms in this county lor sale. 11. F. LINCOLN, Nov.4.i8.f Ottawa, UN. Farm for Sale. Ttif Sonth Half r Pccl-m T, T. SIN..U.SE. Ifnot olil ly (Vtoln-r Ut It mil Ik-for n Ht. Kor term iul full partlculni rniimri-nt liiw uttiei-of TlmniMC. Kill-li-rton. went nlOBCmri House. I MUWi, III., op of Kieh aril J. Kull'-rtoii on the pn-mln-a. julvJJ-tr- The Dan l Blake Homestead Farm FORSALE. Th old Punlel fllake HoniMtrnil Farm, mntalnln about S0 Tfa, wtiiatrd In the twa of srcn, r the Serena depn. on the C. B. K- K.. U offered f..r.l F.MsMlnn irlren next fall. If renalred. (or term, enquire of JAMfS A. BLAKK, uo the preraie. county mm. fiflD PROBABLY NEVER n the hh-tnry cf prop! ii tary meilielr.es has my article net -.iio i -. ; ;,l I. nine eqii.-.l I that Ahleh ha i been poured i;pt :i Hoop's S.i:sa- ai.im.a. Why, such has '. t en the success fthU c.viicle, tl:;,t neai 'y every f iicity In 'dole. u. lrhborheoda have been td.hi:' It at he same lime. Pvery week biin;"- new evi lenco! ;he v.omleiful ciuative propel icsoi his meillciuo. f s ('..ml'ii..-' tl'.e I'lsr l ii:i. ilits of t!:e vi'j'ctnlilo cu'saparilla ' kiie-tliui!. iaui in siirli l'lieiintloii is to derive tliolr greatest medicinal cfleets ivltli tho least disturbauee to the wltolt; sys :eni. In fact tlds preparation is so well meeii lu Its action upon the alimentary ;;nal, the liver, the kidneys, the stomach, l!:ii l owels rind the ciiciilati.ni of tl'.e Mood, that it In inss abuiit a healthy iviiou of the f.itire human organism, that can hardly lo credited by tho.;o uho have te'l seen the rc r.iarkable results that have fallowed il:i use. 11' the Sarsapari'ki does not 1 rove snlllelent Iv larative, take a few dimes of IInoji's Vl'O l i aio.i: 1'n i. s. It is ,ll III cases of I'Tllullsiiess In take these ia coiinccl iotl v.iili thu Sais.iiari!hi for the lii st ti n ttavs. 'I hat dull, sleepv, sick feeling can he wholly oveieoiuc l.y the Use of tin so reincilies. Will uu nivo tin-in a trial ami be join sell a;;uin'.' An ex -alderman of this city pays of Hood's Sarsapari'.la. "It is the strongest Saisapa rilla l ever saw." I.'aeh dollar bottle euntains one hundred (averages) doses. Sold by all dne-dsts. 1'iico one dollar, or sb: for f,ve dollars. Hood's Sarsaparilsi, prepared only by C, I. IIOiiI) &i CO., Apothecaries, Lowell, Mass. '-"Use Hood's Tootu-I'owber. cure f-;r I Jli t-ii i:i lirfi-iiiKantil'I.-i-niteii Piles. A single- box luiscurcil tho worst clironii- cusch of SO years' fdandinp;. No ono need suf fer alter usin lit. ii.li.vms 1'ilh Oint ment. Sold by Drut'crists, or mailed on j receiptofi.ricc.Sl.fH). IMLLanceACo., I Prop's, CI.F.VFl. AND, O. For sale by Forbes & Lorriaux. 1 1 -lr a3 Various Causes Advancing years, care, sickness, disap pointment, and hereditary predisposi tion all operate to turn the hair gray, and either of them inclines it to shed prematurely. A Yi'.rt's H urt Virion will restore faded or srny.. litrht or red hair to a rich brown or il.;ep bhi' k, ns may. be desired. It soften i and cleanses th-: scalp, giving it a healthy action. It removes and cures datuinill' and bnnmi-t. I5y its usa falling b iir is cheeked, and a "new growth will be produced in nil cases where the foHLL-s- are not de stroyed or the glands decayed. Its effects ara beautifully shown on brashy, weak, or sickly hair, on which a few applications will produce the gloss and freshness of youth. Harmless and sure In it J results, it h incomparable as a dressing, and ii especially valued for the soft lustiv and richness of tono it imparts. Ayku's IT vi;i Vk;o:: is colorless; contains neither oil nor dye; and will not soil or color white cambric; yet it lasts long on tli! hair, and keeps it fresh and viorois, imparting uu agrecablu perfuin---. For sale bv all tlruggists. oblainrrl tor nno invention, or for imprnrrmnt on bt.l on'f fnr medical or other compound, trad mirkl r.wl'laW. eartatf. Alignment., Int'r rrrnct. A,ital. Suit fr lnfrtngrmr.it. and olUaJnr'iJins, umUr tht latent l.a. rmmpt- '" "l!""1''" Ill ILL jT", V " ' tU) 1 8 J rsJ 8 5j ShS Ii u I C fc m''-'' " 8i.T.'SSVZaf mnt f.t. b J-.i'liiA Toy lrmg ...i..rf thr. r. S. Pattvt prpnrtmtnt, nn.l tug u" in lini chiticfl'l, " m" cu--r ttnrrhr. and frurt I aUnts'murt promptly, and Kithlrnadtr cltxim. iBraiiHiiuaa Knit v a mod el or ri'tch of vor drriee; km TTkriimiHation rtJ adult u to patnitability, frrtof thartfr. All Corrfnondrni rtrirthj co tdrntint. rrirt ln,i. and AO t llAjlUH UA' "lf.S.1 rATEXT IS SECURED. Wtrrfrr in. Wifhinrton, to Hon. Pottmatttr Omtral V. M. Kry. Rre. F. I. Tower, 1t Crrman. American, Siitional fiai.k. to eijtrial i tfi U. 8. Patent Vfflct, and to Senator and Rtrrirentatirts in Gongreit: and especially to onr client in retry taii in the ron nn in rmn frt. Adilrtt OppftUt I i Umt ( -JU-, hlngton, O. O I I: SLS I DWICHTJLL.