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OTTAWA FREE TKADER; SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 183.
o pointed to visit the county aejlum and investigate the charve that pur-noun were there who were conipttent to earn their own 11 v i if reooitdl: Tin y luutid 121 m- laules; 70 males unii fVmules. ot v. limn ;3 per cent, were either Insane or feeble- taimibu. lhe waiv.eu reimrttu mere una oeen six men there Mpparciitly able bodied and able to earu Mieir Itviuii. but eoinc time uijo they ;.t the i hiUhire was to Le an investijiHti'i i nini skiml out rather thau under:1,)) an txumiiiHaon by the phy sicians. Their presence wns ilmibUtss tho cause of the repot is vlm I. caused the ln vestlgii'.ion. The iniiiHK' were exauiined when the eoiniiiiiii e upice itieir visit, uml of them t hey I 'mm! eight men able to earn the:r livuiir it lound Hi.ees. iliey are from to 75 jeurs old. Of these three are inebriates and a l.urden to the county when indulging their habits, but who can labor if they can be kept sober. They are between C5 and 75 vears of age. There is also a woman tiiere subject to tits, the mother of a child nine months old. The committee recommend that the county agent find, if possible, a family who will adopt the child ; also that greiit care be txercis-.'d by the supervisors in sending persons to the asylum, as the county agent and warden will be blared in a delicate position in refusing to receive persons Kent there; also that the acent inform the supervisor who sent tlicin, of all persons who at any time are In the asylum w ho shall be able to earn their own living. Keport iidoptec'. THE KNl). The Utica Dridjje case was again taken up, and after the report of the committee had been amended so that the order to the . Bridge Company shall be paid out of the tax levy of 1881, the report was adopted, and $8,700 appropriated by the following vote: Ayes JJutler, Ophir; Ulake, Sere Da; Conrad, Miller; Carlin, Walthani; Dearth, Farm Kidge; Dresser, Grovtlaiid : Dunavan, Adams; Farrell, La Salle; Grif tin, Utica; Hogc, Bruce; Iloflman, Eagle; lloge, Osage; Jennings, Mission; Ljwh, Deer Park; Lewis, Xorthville; Lauf.ntch land; Low man, South Ottawa; McLaugh lin, La Salle; Martin, La Salle; Mitirtiof. r, Manlius; O'Langhlln, Drot k field : Perkins, Ottawa; Parr, liutlund; Rhodes, Dayton; Sigmr, Earl; Swift, Ottawa; Trumbo, Grand Rapids; Wilson, Mendo ta; White, Ottawa; Miller, (chairman) Freedoin30. Noes Cuthhertson, Dim mick; Donlevy, Wallace; Eades, Bruce; Gunn, Eden; Ilelmiir, Peru; lliekok, Troy Grove; Mclntyre, Allen; McBride, Merlden; Nicholson. Vermillion; Rcy nortii, Hope; Iberson, Otter Creek; Tru man, Mendota 13. Stevenson explained Ms vote "no" by saying, that ho found that certain towus asktng for aid in the past for bridges; had not spent so great a per cent, as his own which forded its (streams, and he believed the law worked injustice. Dunavan presented the county treasur er's report which was found correct and was approve!. It showed: iJalaneu lan rc;nrt $30, (Jin; 7:i :celpts 10,'2'J0 0O Ck. Interest Witness curtiilcutes Jury orders circuit court. . Jury orders eounty court.. County orders I'Dinmissloriers 1!7 4( . i,5u:j rt "til K0 5'K! (1 I0,'.hl4 07 Due Treasurer 071 34 Ilickok, from committee on clainn. re pined the reasons for ciit ias: justices' and constables' bills; they are illegal in many r ases; irregular in form ; and much of the work b?!ou to the sheiil!'. O'Laughhu, from the special committee n publishing a statement of the cost ol building the court buise und j-ii!, recom mended that the report above jjivcn logeth er with the pa' and expenses of tho com mittee, rent paid, acd other incidentals, (watchmen, iVa.) be published in circular form, 5,0(10 copies in English and 1,000 in German, to be distributed to the supervi sors for use of taxpayers in proportion to population. The committer ask that they be allowed to meet at some future time to prepare and pub!i.-h such statement. Re port adopted. The sheriff's semi-annual report w:is read by Mr. lloge mid approved. It showed : K.irnings, half year .914 '.M Kxpcnses 4,074 OS Due county 2,:33! 50 t.'ncoIUeted fees 1,195 Vi .Vet. Due lust report 124 15 Total. 1.319: 'Ju Friday morning more reports in from the committees. ca me Tire fees aud salaries committee against allowing Mark Dully, engineer, $100 a year. Adopted. The county clerk's report showed a good business, anil was approved, condensed as follows: Earnings $s,039 05 Receipts Disbursements-. . . Due clerk i.SV.4 70 i.tV'-J 07 '257 97 Earning: over expenies 5,010 3S The probate clerk's report was found correct. The committee recomuu-iided that the work on theold record bein:: rom pleted, the extra clerk be discharged. The clerk's report shows : Fees earned t!,ii:i4 15 Fees received 1 :'-!05 30 uncollected 4 JS fv 1,(1 34 15 Reeeipts and balances fl.MTSC Kxpuii'eft 1, :!5.'5 25 Due eounty 25 93 O'Lauyhlin offered a re.solutio;, which was adopted "that the finance committee be requested to report to this Ilo ird the actual ouistHiuiiug lndebi.-ilucss d the county, on Dec. 1, 18S:J. l'eiklns reported a contract entered into with tho county and Mr. IVik, for the digging of an artesian wei! t the county jail for S(ib0. Approved. On moti n or" Perkins ihe sheiiii'va author!, d i nivirtiM- ard sell at public auction tl f sImh . now in pcsi-cssion ot the county. I liK l.hl nil 1,'t KSTIoN. ilkkoU pir.fiiii d h pe'irion from sr. me votit. ol iiquor littiiM nun ol 1 1. at liov trovp, ticking that a l i planted to ii couple of u. The mutter was rr jii 'n! (rtumittee of three: f erred t a s; Lewis (K. ('. (Iik'k and Jennings. Jxww ixi licned ibat he was totally od- posed to the UonrU'.-- having anything to ilo with li e i.i er Ijus.res, anJ announced that he uotilui oi invistliate this case. A report i n the jail .'rom the Grand Jury was read, who found that iustmitiocj in first class c nd ti u ; that the 15 male and 3 female pii-ieis r ivred their diet and treatment e.i elli nt. The report sounded so food that oq motion of W. lloge it was ordered recorded. ' The committee on paupers reported nu merous claims; also the amounts allowed by the towns tnis session, as follows : . . . Adams '. $ 12 73 Erookfleld too K3 10 10 55 34 41 8 10 45 35 718 K 64 00 8 15 SO 23 M isnlon . . . Ophir WrJ'iO Ottawa . 10 70 Peru Richland Serena South Ottuwa I'tiru .Miscellaneous isjso K71K5 woo lh9 55 HO 45 100 50 2,378 89 Tke afternoon session was largely de voted to bridge appropriations. Rutland asked tor G1 1 CO, to assii-t in building a undue on the Chicago road at h. Brum barh'M. and got tho money; Fall River got her money as noted above: while Brook Held got SIKH) to assist In repairing Htioroaehes to the Seneca tiriuge. lieu it came to Ottawa's request, however, for $30,000, the Board weakened, and in Bpite of her number?, the request was laid over until next September. The telephone company threatening to take down the poles for tho telephone to the asylum, the county agent was author izid to buy thrui at 20 cents apiece. Lewis reported adverse to the Board's granting liquor licenses, uud tue isonru agreed with him. The finance committee made a report substantially fcs follows: The proceeds of the tax levy of 1882 was $14:1,231.28, and the county expenses y4.8:tt.;W. leaving $48,308 00 to apply on indebtedness of last year. Tho debt then stood Dec. 1,1883, as follows: Interest bearing orders $1(0.000 Loans First Nat. Bank, Ottawa 45.000 City '.34,000 First " " Mendota.... 10,000 Win. Truman 5,000 lJuilip Watts 5,000 Total 1115,000 The proceeds of flic taxes of 1883 will probably be $140,213.8, and the conuty expenses sume ae last year, leaving io ne aim er oil the ttetit. 40,.H3 .). l ne com mittee recommend that the chairman and treasurer be authorized to borrow from time to time, and that the nvmey be taken for as long lime as possible, not to ex ceed three years; and tnattho 30 day loans not outstanding, bo reuueeu as raucn as may he deemed advisable by tue cnairman and treasurer. IMTEHKrtT OKHEKH AND TAXES. As to the question of receiving interest bearing orders for taxes, the committee recommend that the county and town col lectors be advisod not to receive them for taxes, it being deemed unwise to attempt to take tliem up except by the treasurer. Report adopted. Adjourned to this a. m. i'eraonal. Dt'ocv Louis Degen has returned from a business trip to France. Black. -Charley Black left this week to spend the winter with his brother Frank in i londa. Utah. Thus. Woodloek, late of this oily. places us under obligations for Salt lako Citv daily papers, which are Interesting reading. Millek. As will be seen by card else where, Dr. G. Miller, oculist and aurist, has removed his olike to more pleasant quarters over -1 1 La Salle street . llANiiLiiv. The friends of Mrs. O. R. llunbuty in this city will be pained to Jenrn that Mrs. Adams, Her mother, died at her resilience in Chicago on the 17th lift., alter a lum.' illness. Ka. Norman Hinsdale, a graduate of .Michigan's University, and a yiiung man of more than ordinary promise, has gone to khlorado, Kn., which place he will make his future home. 1'oKTKU. I. L. Poller ai.d family return thanks to the Fire Depaitment for their prompt anil ellieienl work iu saving their home anil to the many friend-, who so kindly and bravely assisted in removing their goods, during the lire ol vWdnesUay night. I'.aah slate School Snot. Raab writes his reirrcls to Sunt. Stockdale for not heii-g present at the Teachers' Association mectinc helu here a lew uays ago, out promises posi lively to be present at the next meeting, to he held at Peru, Jan. l'J, delivering an address on Friday evening, the 9lli. Subscriptions reeeived lor all the principal papers anil magazines, at, If apeman iV ( ira ham's. ' I I im Milllurj, Miss A. I). Brady, late of New York City, successor to .Mr&. Ila.litt, in the Madison street millinery business, is oiler in g, owing to the lateness of the season, some great in. diiceiuents in fall and winter lots. Ladies' hats in velvet, plush and felt are beluir closed out regardless of cost. Also velvet bonnets for aged matrons; misses bats In all the leading shapes and latest styles of the season, anil also misses' bon-ui-ts. All the leading shades in plush and velvets lor evening hats are reproduced here in their perfection. A line line of handsome birds, black ostrich plumes, feathers, orna uicnts, c. .Miss Brady's long experience In the fash ion centers of this country aud Europe enables her to correctly choose from the best the most beautiful and artistic styles of the season, und her success since coming to our city is itself a guarantee that she Is uivmtr sa!ifsetion to all who favor her with patiomigt. To close out a line of li imtneil felt hats left over from lat season she is sell, ing them tor 25 cents each a nominal sum, .scarcely sufficient to pay for the ribbon iwd in tiimnijn tr l rttlly Shot. On Thurday morning the sad uCws was received here that Edward II., eon of Mr. aud Mi?. E. F. Bull, of this city, was acci dentally shut and killed while out hunting un the preceding day. Full particulars ol lhe sad event are lacking, but this much i learned: With a couple of friends Ed. lift Campbell, Minnesota, where he has been vi-.iting his sister, on Monday morning, des tined lor a deer hunt at a place about Ilo or 40 miles north. It was while on this expedi lion that the accident occurred, his death oe. earring at S:i;o Wednesday evening. Mr. Kuger ai once telegraphed the lamily, hut the dispatch was not received until the fol lowing morning. The rct-alus, accompanied by Mr. and Mi. linger, were expected to ar rive last niL-l.t by the Amvrt Lea train. The funeral will lie held at the residence, on the ean ,id'-, tl 12::0 Sui.day; and a special train of two cars has been provided to con vey tiie funeral parly uud such others as de. biieto La Salle, where the interment will take place. lr. Hull was -ii years oia Us'. July, a bright, mounting young man. HesDeutaome years at Michigan University, and afterward traveled considerably in j.urope; and after his return from the continent entered his father's law cilice. The death of ouch a young man it always lamentable, particu larly so when death is the result of accident; and Mr. B. had a wide circle of friends here who will mourn his untimely death and otter the members of bis family that deeD and sincere sympathy wbieb can come only from love and admiration for the deceased. Last Satarday we aoaonnced the probable death of Geo. R. Belford. He was in fact dead, having passed away during the night, dying from lung fever. lie was born io Cambria Co.. Pa., In I92S, and had lived many vears in this county, chU-Cy la Lent tot, where le waa once a pwperou mcrruani. Bruce IJeer I'uik... Eafle Urovnlatid .. . Hope La Salle Mttulius Mendota Merideu Later he lived, in Streator, and for a few months past in Ottawa, acting as janitor of the court houBe. He was for years one of the riomiueut democrats or tue coumy, tan lug part iu conventions and all county poli ties, though never we believe hem or asKea for otllee. He leaves a wife, two sons and two daughters, the youngest of whom is 10 or 17 years of age. One son Is in Dakota, the other la a justice at Streator, where the family reside. He was a man of many friends and few or no enemies. Another year is nearly gone, and a sad one it was to thousands of the inhabitants of this globe. Ottawa and vicinity, however, have been spared from the mauy catastrophes other parts of the world have suffered,. There fore we should be especially thankful and should make our dear ones happy at the coming Christmas by surprising them with some token of esteem and love to make their happiness complete and help us enjoy this gayest of all holidays. To accomplish this result you have but to step into tiehrlng's holiday ra.ar, and you eannot help but select some article that will please and deliight. You will find reference to some of the leading articles In other parts of this paper, but to appreciate the vast outlay, go at once to (iehrlng's Drug Store, north of the Court House, Ottawa, Ills. On Wednesday evening' the residence of J E. Forter, Esq., tho well-known hay carrur man, was badly scorched by tire, which orig inated in the kitchen, at the southwest cor ner of the building. The alarm was given by telephone and in a half minute from the discovery of the lire the alarm was being ruug from the engine house, aud in ten min utes, perhaps less, a stream of water was playiug upon the burning building. The tlainca had made considerable headway, however, and In spite of all etTorts that part of the house where It started and the roof of the main building were pretty badly burned. The furniture was pretty much all taken out, but of course was more or less damaged. Among those deserving especial mention for the manner in which they worked in the midst of smoke and flames to save the house hold effects are Win. Barker, Isaac Rhodes, Tom Walters, and one of the workmen at the mill whose name we caunot recall. Miss Eliza Porter also deserves notice for hor heroism in rescuing her little brother, who was asleep in a room right over the tire. The room was tilled with smoke, and when she had brought the lad out was herself near ly suffocated with the smoke, and with dilll eulty was able to reach a place of safety. The damage to the building is variously es timated at from f i.uoo to f I.koo, upon which there is an insurance in the agency of T. E. McKinlay for $11,000; the damage to the per sonal property will uinount to from :S00 to $500, with no Insurance. Tho burned out family ure comfortably provided for at the residence of Air. Scott, and as soon as the insurance has been adjusted the work of re pairs will begin. What in trade we never do, Is for our goods ask prices two; And then forsooth, because It's yon, Make them less a cent or two. The scheme is fraudulent, unjust, As by it mauy persons must A greater price than others pay, Who know the merchants lying way. A single price we only make, Not more, not less, from any take; Besides, we make that price so low, That under it none dare to go. A. Lvm ii. Shaw's combination coffee is the finest roasted cotl'ee in Ottawa. Only 25e. It is often said that a cyclopedia is a com plete library, and so in oue sense of the term it is. "l lie People's Cyclopedia covers the whole Held of human knowledge and gives a sninmary of the contents of 20,000 volumes. The reading, thinking persou of iluy age will tind here the deslrul infortun ium on any subject. The rtiy Ims arrived w hen a cyclopedia has become a recognized want in every intelligent home as a bible or dictionary. Every person will bear us out iu this statement, lor all persons who thtuk ad mit their need of a cyclopedia. The trouble has been that llie various cyclopedias which have been put upon the market have been too cumbersome and costly. For a long time there has been a call for a cyclopedia ivhifh at a low price anil in a complete, coin prehensive manner would cover the whole domain of human knowledge. This call was never met until the People's Cyclopedia was put upon the market tw1 yeurs ago. Thai it was met then Is attestt.it by the fact that duriug this time (ifty thousand have been sold. It Is a work of master minds always ready to answer every question, treats 5s,ooo topics, contains 5,01)0 illustrations, and 10:! maps aud diagrams, and the small amount of live cents per day for a single jear secures the entire woik of three super royal volumes of 700 pages each. Mr. Emerson DePuy, of the People's Pub. Co., Chicago, is now In the city and is calling upon our people in the In terests of this great work. Our readers will find themselves richly compensated by ex amining and purchasing the People's Cyclo pedia. The I'ower of Women. A sermon on Woniun's Power will In preached at the Methodist church next Sun day evening by the pastor, Kev. (ieorge S. Young. Kev. Madison C. Peters will lecture on "The lueal Wife" at West Serena M. K. church, Dec. 12th. On next Friday, Dee. 1 lib, James 11. Iv k els, ol Ibis city, will lecture in the Presbyte rian church on "Force in Our Social Sys. teui." The proceeds of the lecture are to go toward re. frescoing and re-painting Un church. Admission, cents. Come and hear a good lecture aud help a good cause. Kev. M.ulir-on C. Peters' subject to-morrow morning will be. "The Mode of Baptism;" in the evening lie will deliver a lecture on "How to Manage a Wile." 'lhe sacrament of the Lord's Supper arid Bautism will be ad. niliii.-tercil after the illuming sermon. Pre paratory rervices this evening at 7;:I0 in t ? ; -basement of the church. II you nave nol M-en loose very lu auliful and artistic bron.e and llregift good ul (ich ring's di ng stoic- don't fail, but, g t at mice. I he lot comprises eaid receivers, letter hold ers, bouquet holders j-re.I stands, toilet Sets, odor caskets, ami numerous other imint won. deiful articles, (iehring's display of holidjy goods leaves ad pat ell jrt in the Imdc. IMMENSE BAU' JAINS, IMMENSE BAP.GUN.s IMMENSE B A ItifAlN'S, ! IMMENSE BAKi; UN'S. In ladies' axil misses' ami i nt'- under wear. In hosiery, gloves and mittens. In blankets at.d lfanneis. Iu black ami colored silk. In plain and brocaded velvets. In men's and boys' luiindriel an l uiiiau.) dritd shirts. In corsets ami notions of every des'-ri;'-tion. In linen tabling and toweie. In domestic sheetings and shirtings hii-achcd and unbleached. Every aitieie in the dry goods line lower in price than at any time lor over thirty year's at A. Lv.vr n's Oh, the beautiful Christmas cards at Hape roao & liraham'b! Have you seen them' No' Then go at onre. IlESIDES HOSIERY AND HI.O YES. SILK HANDKERCHIEFS AND UN DERWEAR. WE HA YE M.SO A IUH LOT OF SAMPLE SHAWLS WHICH. ADDED TO OUR ALREADY LARHE STOCK, WILL HEAT ANYTHING IN TIIE MARKET IS THE WAY OF SUA WLS, A T BOTTOM PRICES, T UL LI. S THEY ALL MAY KNOW WHAT WE HAVE AND MEAN BY OUR RUN DLL SAMPLES OF HOSIERY AND SILK HANDKERCHIEFS WE WILL MAKE A S FECIAL DISPLAY OF THEM FOR TUE NEAT FEW DAYS I'NTIL SOLD. ( 'OME EA RL Y. A V H VI. L' S. SOME OF OilC COMPETITORS SA 1 Of'R SAMPLES OE SILK HANDKER CHIEFS A ND HOSIER Y (IN Ji t'NDLES OF II AND 4 PAIR) ARE WORN OCT (SOODS. COME AND SEE, IF YOV WANT HOOD HOODS CHEAP, AT HILLS. "NO SHA M," NOT "WORN OCT," JU T AT WHOLESALE PRICE: SAMPLE HOSIERY IN HCNDI.ES AT II ILL'S. P. S. ALSO, SHAWLS, UNDER WEAR, HLOVES AND SILK HAND KERCHIEFS. WE HA VE PURCHASED A HUNTS SAMPLE LINE OF HANDKERCHIEFS AT A JUH COUNT. COME AND SEE THE AN SILK DIS- V .1 7 HI LL'S. NO TWO ALIKE. IN RUN DIES ONLY. SAMPLE LOT OF HOSIERY ATA liARHAJN AT HULL'S. Attl'SKMKSTS, Tin: tourists. The ever popular Tourists iu u Pullman Palace Car, who were here last February, will return on Tuesday night, the 11th Inst. The company has been somewhat changed since last here, for the better, as we under stand, as Mr. Mestayer has none but the best companies on the road, lhe company has been nearly doubled Blnce tucy were here, and in addition to the regular play of the Tourists iu a Pullman Palace Car, wnich has been improved, they introduce many new songs, selections from operas and imitations that are very attractive. They were excellent when here last, but from all reports are much better this season, aud draw crowded houses wherever they appear. Don't miss seeing them on Tuesday night. IIAVEKLV'S SUAEIt-KI.NO COMl'AN'V. The new season will begin with the pro duction of the new play by Henry A. Jones aud Heurv Herman that was done with some success at Wallack's Theatre, New York, last season. As an explanation of the drama, four lines of Tsnuysou's "Iu Memoriam" are quoted: 1 hoid it truth with mm wno sings On one cleor ham of divers tones, That men may rise on stepping stones Of their dead selves to higher things. The play is In five acts, the scenes being iu England. Wilfred Denver, a young man in good position in life, is married to a loving wire, but he takes to gambling on the tun, with the acconinauluieut of drunkenness. He is jealous of a former rival of his, Oeollrey Ware, who still tangs about bis wire and en deavors to poison her mind against him. In one of his mad fits he goes to this young Ware's room with the iutention of attacking him, but or. his arrival he disturbs some burg lure, the head ot whom is a swell "cracks man," familiarly known as "Tho Spider." When Denver euters tho room "The Spider," to avoid detection silences him by the use ol chloroform, which has no sooner been ac complished than the occupier of the room, Ueollrey Ware, returns to tind his place ran. eacked. A scutlle ensues, during which "The Spider" shoots Ware, aud he and his accom plices escape. Denver v.Milng rrom his stu por, finds the dead body of his former rival on tho floor, and Is under the Impression that he has murdered htm. After a most ex. citing scene with his wife, lie starts by train, taking a ticket for a distant place, but jumps out of the carriage when about thirty miles on the road, to elude tho police ollieers, wl o have telegraphed to have him arrested at Uugby. Eventually he reaches Nevada, niakes a lucky hit by striking a rich silver mine, and returns ufter an absence of tiiiei years to find his wife oml children starving. He is soon enabled to clear himself of tin; murder by the discovery that "The Spider" committed the deed, und he is once more happy w ith his wife and children, ami rolling in riches. Such is a brief and scant oiitlino of the plot, which is tiiled up Willi many in tercstintr incident imd episodes, which seive to increase the inleiet of the story. The Silver King, by Ilavcilv's Silver K.eg Company, will show at the Opera Home o:i Thursday night, Dec. Hit h . Don'! miss ee. ing IIiIa celebrated spectacular melo-ilmuia. it is icported that Miss Emma Ih'trsby and her concert company are coming west waid and It may be possib'.: to M-ctirc them for a concert in Ottawa. liruve llolilieia. Of all elasscs of people llio professional grave robliers are must desplsoil. He robs us of our ilear frienils for a few dollars. How (liil:rciit is this new grave robber, Jlr. Hlge low's 1'iisiUve (..'ore, which robs graves of thousands of consuinptives. .Tills unefjiialed reineilv fi r coughs, colds and consumption, n InHipinir cough, croup unit all throat and liiiiif dUeuses, subdues and compiet'S thi?sv iiMiiliie speedily, ftftfely and thoroughly. Trial bottles free, of K. V. (inggs. :4) jnarritn pee Mh. ill the cMfon Motel, hv v. I..' Mi. l ilAKl.rs (i. IlKKM.S, or Itnll.iiid.t.i . Ct'UVKA. ul' Weclron. Mlts Kl 1. .-: t - i.h if V? p$ ivA rV-j 1 1 M - i' p M Mx r?i it' Leaves St. Louis Jan. 0. at 8:20 P. M. Low raUy ol' laro. cheap lands, low taxes, fine climate, a jijiociaani, vviiite;! liij. i lie ijt;h- State in tho Union, either lor settlers or investors. Go and see. Full particulars, maps and pa pers lurnisned by DR. J. O. HARRIS. THE PALACE ROYAL. MRS. P. HELLER. Fashionable Millinery, AND HAIR (J00DS, La Salle Street, Sberwooil Building. Theattriitlooiit the lad. si ia ftipw iallv callcl t ..i..r twit of Blark and t'ulurml Vlvcta lor Huit inica, from in tioc per yard. Curacta. Ladiea' and Clil!drti. l'r.or-ar. Jrtrj Jacket ivitra alzea uiada tu ur-len, i.,oct. Hoalery. t'hlldrrn'ii lliba, Tldlt-a, Ac. Britain Cap. ijte Mvoia ICark and Co'.orrd C'.t.b tm'.ue ' 1C4) Tanla -li. at luc. S.(! S(i.U n:i:k anriCokirul Urtton UoVe TJt le. tuMereil Ua.i.ikarlita al (a-. wt--uiH v:3' U 'tJ M !3 il W i-: k .ft ijlQvnpUvniiTtnimifel 1 MM MbH .! U H Si - .1! :'-.lL2illl 3 fiJ i.? lrfc!" frlLfr40 MUM s r AMI i Wtl5T! Hi Wniiimti :." & 111 La Salle Street. JlcU) a&brrtlsrnuMs. FREE! FREE! FREE!! ThU Si o!i' N-w IN'f. rliillveCatuli fu I'l.iyi. ? OrtiiMU. - Karri-., c OuMtt Hooka. A PniT List of 1 r Si i-nery (l'sipi r Speakers, 5 . j Klhlnilaii DrKinu. 4 em Tableaux Liirlils, ? S H I'uloreil h ire, n I'Hiitiiiiiline. His i. Hiirnt Cork, ' . Win.. lieuril, ftr.. in: In fiii't. everything fur Amntrnr Thratrii-atK. SAMt Kl. KltEXl 11 & SON, SS h. lllli St., New Vol k. 1 CURE FITS! Wheu i ty cure 1 110 iiiain.nn uioroiy to btnp im-m r-r ft tlui. uud ihen linvo them ruturu iiKitin. I im'ttn a rntll ) aires. 1 h.vo romln Oin UliuitM f KITS, KI'II.KPhV vr FALLING SICKNESS ft llf.-loui; .tmly. lrrntmr remedy to cura III. wnnit cru.. H-h-hum oilier? liitv. fulled f. so rounn for nut now receiving neuro. Send at tiuce fur treetlM and a Free Uixtl of my InfiUilble remedy. OIt. Kiurea. and Fint Otllca. K cu.u Juu uvtliluy fur atrial, and I will run; ym. Addre.a lr. U. U. HOOT, us I'earl EL, New urk. LANE & BODLEY GO'S . STEAM AND HYDRAULIC LEVATORS CINCINNATI, OHIO. SEND FOR CATALOGUE- N. V. MISSOURI FARMS FOR SALE. Send for lima of CIKIICK Karma in th li'-l Mock country In th V. S. C. U. I'OMsloi. !', Alti.mv, lien try county. Mlioourl. ftt.tidiuiz iiavo been curod. Indeed, en titronr In my rutin III it.ellWv, that I will .end TWO IIOTTI.KS KlIKl!, t-ii;etlinr with a V LCABLKTItKATIBK on thlmlllieuw, any tufferer. Olve Kprt and I'. O. uilUiem. Hit. T. A. S LOCI 11. 161 l'eurl St.. New Tort 1 H A.I V Kit I IKKHH.-Uiwi-nt Iiii!o lor advcrtinlnu in II70 ur.io.l fiewamiiu-ra w-nt nee. Ad.lrcKK UK... I. lioWKI.Lo; Co.. 10 Sin ui k St., N. V. W M A. VOI'MAKS. AivMi'Vt. fitllre f Willi Normal! Ktlliiiru, l iiioii tlloik, utMwu, llllllOifi. 188t. Harper's Young People AN I Ll.t'S I IIATKD WKKKLY -.ti I'm.k-. Hwited to Boys and Girls of from !: ix to Bixrcen Years of Age. ul, . ruin inenevs Novciiiher ll, I KM:l. It i:e::i'- Ihim. I'toi-lk l ti.e Ihi -'i-!kV mr Clliil'n II III Ali.-i:'i. .k'i;il."A l W- 1 ). C. f..'lr -Ui- '. A-l Unit Hie art;C '!l cut; 'av .!ll, :u tie. way : i!IutiMtloii line M en none, ni'ii t!i" h'M tu'ein -.t the eoiiiitry Inia eoiii rtlisited to it teM.- f J.' t i: utl Journal ' A'iOi.'i;".', ilit'cn. In t ;ivi,.il lle'il lli- r ia not l.'.iit: tl..tt e.1.1 con; tiare.l wlt'i Il'tri' Kt-inin-j l'ui. TKK.M HA Kl'l.l r. r 1 .1 vufsti rrot'ii: 1 tr. l'o.til.'c l-l't'lmhl, ' : N 1 i iiKKH, Four C.'iitH . Si m;i. K N 1 i iiKKH, I'o'ir C.'iitH .ieh . SM'.-lmirti copy Ht'iil 011 r'.'etii. of Thr t cur:.. Tin- Volume of H litl'I U'-. VolM. I'KOI'I.K f..r Isl, issiiii.il tss.;, Imii'li-oincly liouinl In llltiininati -d Cloth, lll he nnt l.y lua'.l, post.ire ir-jitul. on ri t't)t of t-i (Kl each. C'lolli (:wk f..r "iu h volmi.e. auitab'.e lor liindiuv. will he nenl hv unlit. .i.:iiii!il, on rei'i'ipl of V!c e;n li. licuilttamcK should he iniiile hy Po't Otlice Moiii-y Order or Ilri'ft. to nvoid ehanee of Io'". Vi n i'ivrv tirf not to . ojn t'lii .'i'-.ioif nt u th. ''It tiif r.r.irvi orttir ltf II IIII'KII A lll-n l llr-H-. Adiln Hew Lust, How RRstored! .!!! 1tlt1.f tit 'I, il hi 'V w ir- i n :t t. i I Hi" Sl'f.KMfl lollliim.A ttV l.ti.M. ,f J r. 'tilvtT- t'THlliitJ W ukllff". lllTttiJII.- . I K'V, M' tiliil .111'' l'f: "H'ai ti.ry S truiiu! v. j i i llll itlMi'ltV, I'MlK'Ulll.' :it hi N, l.l'l l.r I'-V Hl.'i i' l i?-. ll'UU 'iUi- l-li. at (I aiiTlntr, in Tli'.- u'linli ! m-'.ui'i.-tr.iii-n hold athifly .I l.y It-lliilul- ile ...',. i-a. l'li pliic- l in. ( h it I iilnrn,tii: ( uiin:jiii r. i I . il-allllr-r may rn.l.i-al'V i.iteo: poilitlUK "'It l-io le ..I cure at :;fcr;;:r t:'; -M'll 11 1 1 1 f.-IV li'.i!. lit Tit' ; III 1. s tit. until 1 I; p..i!i tivt :'.;f , u r j . v it'l lr-. (iiav oi'Ii 11 1 1 1 fio.st 1 'inf. 1 1 iVn JUiflll'- JLVESWELL MEDICAL CO,, :i. V.-o.- A'ni li. S V : I'.M. P11111 E. T. LINCOLN i-..-!.. w- .I" N..-.- v yv. i ... I . ii'.l the iio- Nancv II ll t.lle ..t -l :. N. .:' !- 1,-re iio!'i, -trail. r oi '.. ir m il ' r...C ,.r .if iije cLiitv ol' l. II 'If l-.e I ir .le."jm.'.l. will u ; -r I- I n . . .1 : 1 1 V ot I'e' liilnl M'. -i J inn iry ii. al "i" I'l'.h.' r-.i I . Ill "in? the ilst 'in llootn. in r ..i' p"...l,s !;.te ,r,. Iti, 1 11. li',- I'T llll- , In Kiel coinily. H i . li :il"! cl i. ins oi ih-ioaieS a-ei.-r t li'lell I uri.t f .r-i--.' i, t t s.t ,c I.I.I I .11 w .vo: I'i I t'l !ir.!ii-truiti Y I ' 1 K.- 1" " . I K Pri "i ', p. iii.i. i -'tr;it-.i. II I f.n. lute ol ..f I liTiie-. .1-f. x-.-.i. .. .ft ..f 1 I " ..Mill x e ti 'If! Tr- -i IV . -i! nti U.n. IP, tn l itt.-iwti. . e u'l M-rwi.N li. n.h: I -!.;'. are !l'.,rj-'. 1" Anl .i(Mir lKi if Hit! .roll ra nt. Hf -IM Miti.il.tv h -in Jsii.H.iry !. hi rrt.Mt ,ii ,i,t." i-ounr v. 'n'it nnl wl. n't. i,.l .11.. I .r.'iit H. Piiiiie in ri'i:.ir i..ra.!iu.ti.icnt i.Uil -lo-.'.-h l'i) of I'. ceiiil vr o. I-M. r.HillM-: l. I VIA". t. :1h l'l.:l'.i-.trtf..r. Ndl'ICK. K-iiitii'.ln:Kiiii Sri:i, !: . Soil, c in hrcl.v iri. a Unit the iiit.1.-r ..L.i.e.1 liei ef.tr of llic la.t will a-'..l tcrHlnctit of Jer- lumli str ii. I up of the count of I j Hailc atul "tntr of I I'.noi. is ra.e,!, win appear t-iure in.- rronsie i I ourt of "inl loiinty on the tlor l Moinliv . I'lnif tlir I j:r .1 . of .lanimry ll. at tlie rrotia'r I onrt K..io. in ttta. In .aid coiintT. wlirii and wlire all peraotn hat in i rlaitti" or denian.H acaln.' ud ratt are null tle4 Mattrtiaau'l prceut trie miioc in arir.fii; for ac ,ii.tit..-i t (hitr-l tli.K '.'ii day of IN-.-iritMr i t. ISKt. MIK1S.MAX LKI.AXK. Kvvutur. NOTIC'K.-K'T.TK or Lol I' bRIIMII. Iw'n. Solire la herrl.y kivi-u. that tin' uudcr.iKne.1. Ad miniatratora of ihr 1-jiLale uf Loma l.rcencr. late uf the county of 1-a sullc aud Hale ,.f l.liuoia, rirrraacd, will apiar be to re the Pr.il.afe t'ourt of mid c.Hiiity on tlM-ttnrd M.md..ylb.ingtlir Jl.t Ualf January Ism. at thr I'robatr lurt K.OIH. in iniawa. u uia rounty. when aad where alt fvrauiu having rlalina ur demanoa aarainat aald ratals are noiltlej u ail. nd ar.d prearnt llir Mt Id ntir.f for adiuatii.rnt. Italed il i t, .ii . of IX-i-n hor t. :sirt. hOI'HIA OHKKS Kit. .1. i l. M-K t.hrtSKU. Ja-Jw .VUUol-'alratiiw 7 DUE II K1 JLiiEm 4L qONSUMPTION. Thave a Httlvt remedy for the Hhi.ve Ulleane ; bv l: DbS ihuuBtinda of cases of the worst Kind and of loiiu iiAu.-hit : in:oriiKi:s. N1.1v y..t,h. IIH.lW. IlllVII'li I III.- 'I l Ill-til. -lit imi.-:- IS83, iMiiriM. The oldest House, The largest Stock, The Best Variety Of Goods in this Line in La Salle County. UNDERTAKING AS USUAL. Some Fans for Sale. SO Acres. 6 miles from town. 160 Acres. 10 miles from iow n and 5 fom railroad station. 75 Acres, 2 miles from town. 500 Acres, near a railroad station. 193 Acres, in Will Co , $35 per acre. 160 Acres, in Livingston. $34 1 20 Acres, in West. Indiana, $30 And other furiiia. A'.o mill Ions of acres ol W'ftcru and southern Laud.. DH. .1. O. HAHIilH, Ken! Kstate and Insurance. Mji-tf BOOtS : SbOBS. Examine our prices and our goods before you make your Fall purchases. We are prepared to give figures and goods that will please you on anything, from a Fine Boot or Shoe to a good, solid, Custom, Hand -made WINTER BOOT. Don't buy until you have seen our prices. CHILD & PHIPPS. SPECTACLE. Its Kamo .n-l Popularity aro accounted for as follows : I imii'c :irc tl .1 en. I ami eured 'li;lir,v tit the ; li in ii K ink them ml cum. r 10 the hi-H.l .han the orui j i.arv !!-. 1 I They un- a!o or exlra Kimtli u to jrr.iip the head , hfhihil li v iil.-l ii.'rtlii, .ml I iiit. Iiohl r 1 inly as e'.l i us u-ntlv. I M. c! of On- iiivnt tei-ijier Is iii .I. 1 'I'he lirhhii' N ihU'lf ol irioio. hcii:h:4jiiH) the ions.- I ot ii 1 1: --i -tit tuns iii-iiriim 11 kti'-ci ill l.rci'iy !' I 'f oiiii.'iilou liri.'Ke. and lenw an-1 clallv ncccs.iirv til lll rocal ii'i:lil.-. I e:iv 'li -t qieilil v leu -n are n. d In tie nhovesiavtii. i-1h. e In nil 1 1 Hier .awnt Inn 1 ol' the .liinero ui' 1 ir 1. 1 1... Iii. -hull iu th-ir "-IVti'iit l-H-i -h IiiIiik Ky (Oin.."' I'lie'il III M.-ihiIIi- Hpeelin-le i.l K el. ia." .uxl "l'ulenl I'uplHiirv Kse-i.iMM.." 'i'he.!ohiiloii I'ut.'iit iiplh a! Umptrh' I-y- Meter In ur.'ii perfiet lit of I. ihi 10 any 1 y. . lhe rt;rht to line the nii'tcr ha. 1 11 "''iii.'d 1 ni'lin-iveiy hv lhe un il.'lik'ii-.l, ho Ik al'o w.'e n'i nt lor the ahoie iiained sp.ciaclc. rail mid li-ive jour Kt.'i t-lisl oy tft Meier, mid ee if Mm ure nlnc lilasw. inlap'.-d to .11 r eje. l! Kill 11 ! you ti.iil.lliK lor the trial. R. K. TRASK, .l.-Wrlll. imiOi'I'Ii lli. ,! :., -1. ..- i.. m o, . r th . ft'it) imw Stoi-. I 1.1,1 : in I AV , 1 1.1 IMII'. TiMJirUONi: 113. JOHN T. BURKE, .1 1 1.1: tv THt BiST BRANPS CF TT t 1 fl O ft 1 Uqvfl QTirj C MnQ Qlili ijUH UUfll. , i! i:i 1 n t 'le. ii llr on h i : si: i it or .' 1 1 ' V ktlM-ii. I 1 1..' 1 111 K .'P I a Hal ii i THE CELEBRATED LOCEY COAL S'i'l Mj;1! a SpfciaJty. I.S() rOP.S F(MS SALK. I will not be i!irttrsold by any Dealer m Ot'mva. atul guiranteo Satisfaction in Fvery Case. i f i on tie' ea-t i.l- "I l;olill".l"l t -fct. jit n. r..-- tn" . in n l.-:.Ue ; or i. :ie ..liter- si HI " li lviu IIKIIS. i r.Hvi'. J4 IMNAI. SKTTI.KMKN'I', -i: -in ir r .Iav S. .t:a, 1)K. k iiib.- Note1 In lo-rfba mv - n to all M-r..na lnt-r-tl In auiil t:iu-, tlnl tbe uiiiI.tkiuuc'I. ..iiiiiini.iraior ot inciaic oi a:i mnira . Drrw, di-ivawd. will apm-ar N-ftirr the rr.hate court uf tin- rounty of La 811 and atnta oi IKin na, at tlir Cwintr t'ourt llouae. In Ottatta, in id (M'.iuty. cn Monday, tin aiat day of .lannary . r. lss. forme pnr- I ihm uf ren.lerintf an arciiunt of hla rtr.MVt-dlnif iu tl.f adininlMraiioH ol .aid estate tir the nnnl wttlei-M-nt. Dated at Utiaaa, thia l.t day uf ! n.ber l--t. U ALUKItT WILLIAMS. Arraar: A. T. Hmnu, Admin ra'.r Clerk Probate Court. La s!le Co ill. lrcM N'O'l'ICK.. Ktt or Jacoii Bnn. Notice la herenj Riven that th n4.-rsiiMsL Kx ecotur uf the I aft will and teatajllcul uf Jat o' Ure an. late uf the coonty of La tfi'.r aurt a-ate of H'ibw. "e eeaaed.mlll appear before the Probate Court of aal cuunljr un the third MobJay beii.( lb l"t day) pi .lanaare 1. at the Pro hate Court Kootu. IB lHTaara.ua aald county, hen and where all peraoaa haTlnc-iu or demanda atralnat aald male rw iMitlneo UMtH and preaeat the aame Is ntlm for adjuarti-cnt. lted thit Ith uay of lrvnita r . "-.'' de 4.' w Kxec ttm. 1S4S. I