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OTTAWA FREE TRADER; SATURDAY. DECEMBER 15. 1883,
M. KNEUSSL'S DRUG STORE MAIN STREET, W st el la Salle Street, 'south side.) OTTAWA, ILLINOIS liv.ixr 4iu keep eimstanily on naml a large and wall selected sio f DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. All the new mid popular I'atciit Medicines, Extracts und Spire rr ciinn n". Perfumery, I '.rushes, ami Fnc Articles for" the Toilet. Paints. Oils. VarnishosWindow Glass, &c. Hrttr.ilHP A't.'n.i.... ifiv-n i.i thr :..ii..mndlri:r nf Phy-i,.!,,,, Prescription. i-, for AM. CHOI'S ylTTK FX EMI M A for Al.i, t.. iNtf jlIAiTf. ! t.vi.-il: riily llin lK-t wilt nut , r VV. Criiin n cd I nri i Sred .Wnnuul lll-tory end n iiml'lr)K culture f r: Ui t ('mix, (iraKin-K. loddi r o 1 tllnntav, ' ""ly Kti'ln. t".il fuluutfu naa '"nr. i'" l hov.tiii tfmii' imi v:n in, i'ii r:i;. . a A POCft SEEDS. , WVtTiil limn - rum win it i ... a . t . k. SIBltTS SEESS HlnAr.l OlubUT lUs miv.nuu.iii. lociieiie.r.ii. i. FOR HAW ItlsrhriaiEAT HKIN ntMIKIIV for the Itniitc illnte rrlle! ami PcrlccH tire 'd imrii, icnld, ouP"'1 i iiln. ( hapK, iirnl..... ii.iiiniifi. Kore Kvm. fntnrru. llo'U. ( ItilblniiiN. Frozen l.imba. Chain,, PUiim, Illicit l I'l.iaououit limecr I'llc iniloli'i.l I iceris kner Harem, nisrliaruina: Wournln, rwroluioita ana r.ryMiiriasj por, iti.iwiirin, Teller. Hcald Head, and all ItrbHitf and irritaiina iiim-hm-h ui uie nin uiiunraip. rWl Ul.nW I 4 ui., UfiuniN, llrulftra, Kri r InRamfd Jolnta, Inllamrd Ntweriu, jMiru ninnin, laore rnro,, Cllnrnnd Huddle liftl!". Mange, Sorrm ,AliKcew.r'.P?rl- rnrk. H lll. Thrush. Kultlna Frow. InHnuiril, HMAM. HOXES 24 TKNTM. I.Alt(K IIOXKM. 74 CWTH. VFTKKINAIIV I'AIippi.lHAI.VB tiro liHKAT H 'ur uju l urr il llltr Nnraimi, Willi . r-niirn .inaii (rnU'lirHt Cracked r ryrinh unT lllneaHi-a Fi-I. WILL. C'L'UE ANV V.ASB of M'K ATt lll.. SPKED CUAI'K or t HVHVn HKfX I'Ot'NIHIANS, SI.IM). ' HMAIXVAKN, AOt'KVP' t" It la Ibe only prrparntlon Ihntwlll rurv A tANMINH or IP SKIN, nnd ro. 1 11 100 KtoJ-o Hie Imlr In iln OKMJ ' :. I'OI.OU. J M H.rner, HiiiwriuUTKldit of tho Ailunm Kximwii Oo Chlniim. ray ! "I ain ""intf r"h'' V. Us rliiarv'c.rti.llHiiUe on the li.n f lh Ailni Kiiwm Oo., ami take rkmn. ID frtnir that I have BevBr uwkI MiyUilun with u kikhI nwulU It In all that I mirwKiitvd. and work 'lk a clianu." FOR SALE BY ALL DRl'GISTS AND DEALERS. PrepAREd only BY J. W. COLE & CO., Black River Falls, W' "BURLINGTON -ROUTE" (Chicago, Burlington A Quincy Rauroao 3 w J COING EAST AND WEST. Klcirnnt Dot Coocho. Parlor Cars, with Kflclln- inir (iiiiirH (scats frw). Sinoklnir Can?, with Y- vulviiiK Chairs, I'lillinan l'nliice Sloeplw,' Curs and Uie fuiiuiUM C. U. A y. DiniiiR Cars rim daily to and from Chicago & Kansas City, Clil-auo t Couniul Hliiffs. Chicuiro & I KM Moinns. Cliiciait". Kt. Jo- H-ph. Atrhison ToiM?ka. Only Ibmueli line Iw twivn Chicuiro, IJni'iiln & Denver. Thrnutrh cars Is-tween Indianapolis & Council HIulTn via IVoria. All connections marie in union ieiMiw. ii is ,1IS. COING NORTH AND 80Uf M. SoIidTrains of lpnt I wy 'ouches un.l Tull man l'lilaoe Klceiin(f Cnr ii"' run daily to ami from frit. Imis, via Himni!","- Oiiiin'V, Keokuk. Hurlinrtn. Ccdur Kiipiils ii'i'' AIImtI l'a to m l'aniand Miiinrutmlis: I'liiinrCiirsuilh I ifi li I ii r i n (.'hairs U and from St. Uuiin unci I'coi iu und to and from iSt. uiuis and iiiuiia tniy om1 chuiiifw of cars Im'Iw.ii M. .ouis ami Dcs Moini-s. Iowa, Uncolii, .Nchrusko, and penvcr, Colorado. It is universally admitted to the known as the great THKOUO 1 1 CAR L Finest Equipped Railroad in the World for all Classes of Travel f. J. POTTER, 3d Vice Ires't and (lcn'1 Manager PKRCKVAI, IJWKI.L. Oen. l'ass. AK't, Chicago WHO 18 UNACQUAINTED WITH THE CEOCRAPMY OF THI8 COUNTRY, WILL SEE BY EXAMINING THIS MAP, THAT TH( Chicago, Rock island & Pacific R'y, Belnc the Creat Central Line, afford to travelerc, by reason of it unrivaled gee Kraphlcal oosltlon, the shortest and best route betwoen the East, Northeast and Southeast, and the Wost, Northwest and Southwest. It Is literally and strictly true, that Its connections are all of the principal Unas of road between the Atlantic and the aclflc. By Its main line nnd branches It reaches Chicago, Jollet, Peoria, Ottawa, ta 8alle, Csneseo, Mollne and Rock Island, In Illinois Davenport, Muscatine, Washington, Keokuk, Knoivllle, Oskaloosa, Fairfield, Des Moines, West Liberty, Iowa City, Atlantic, Avoca, Audubon, Harlan, Cuthrlo Center and Council Bluffs, in Iowa Callatln, Trenton, Cameron und Kansas City, In Missouri and Leaven worth and Atchison In Kanoas, and the hundreds Of cities, villages and towns Intermediate. The "CREAT ROCK ISLAND ROUTE," As It Is familiarly called, offers to travelers all the advantages and contorts incident to a smooth track, safe bridges. Union Depots at aH connecting "points, Fast Eipress Trains, composed of COMMODIOU8, WELL VENTILATED, WELL HEATED, FINELY UPHOLSTERED and ELEGANT DAY COACHES I a line of tU MOST MACNIFICENT HORTON RECLINING CHAIR CARS ever built I PULLMAN'3 latest designed and handsomest PALACE SLEEPING CARS, and DINING CARS that are acknowledged by press and people to be the FINEST RUN UPON ANY ROAD IN THE COUNTRY, and In which superior meals are served to travelers at the low rat of SEVENTY-FIVE CENTS EACH. THREE TRAINS each way between CHICACO and the MISSOURI RIVER. TWO TRAINb each way between CHiCACO and MINNEAPOLIS "J ST. PAUL, via the famous ALBERT LEA ROUTE- A New and Direct Line, via Seneca and Kankakee, has recently ben'opnad, between Newport News, Richmond, Cincinnati, Indianapolis and ta Fayette, and Council Bluffs, St. Paul, Minneapolis and Intermediate points. All Through Passengers carried on Fast Eipress Train. For more detailed Information, see Mans and Folders, which mar obtained, as well as Tickets, at afl principal Tfcket Offices in the United State ano Canada, or of E. ST. JOHN Cen'l T'k't A Pass'r As't, ft. If. CABLE Vles-P'se't . Cen'l Manager, CHICAGO.. LITERATURE. Hooks. K'lUNti Aiioi i Hio. By Frank l. Curpchu r. Clilcskro; Jsnsen Mol'luri it Co. Ottuwa: for aale by llapctnan fc liraham. $J0O. We muutionut suvcral weeks ae that the publishing Louie of Jaiwn, McClurg & Co.. Chicago, had In pressan interesting work on Hr.ziUan traveln by Frank ! Carpenter, a graduate of Cornell I'nivtT blty, who held lor several yearn the posi tion ol geographer or the geological sur vey of Ilrazil. f course no position could have been more favoraMo for the acquire munt of ma'.erial for such a book, and no that it hit appeared, the reader is delirht ed tj fina how admirably he h.n turued his opportunities to account. Hid studies of Um.ilian life nnd munner.i nre ;icute and discriminating umi are prc-ouu'd in a manner no less uniipie than agreeable, and the name remark applies with equul- force to his studies ol the flora and liiiina imd interesting geological features of that strange country. I'nder the linn veil of a party of tourists, the reader, in the acree able guise of del ion, has prcsoiiled to him a picture no less vivid than truthful of life and scenes in the great metropolis if the Houttern Hemisphere Kio de Jaiieiro at the hhiiiu time that he i made acquain ted, almost unconsciously, with the inter esting (lora end fauna of that weird trop. leal country under the guidance of a thor loughly nkilleii uaturalist. The writer's style is singularly pleasing and vlviiciotin, ! and in his observatii-ms anil descriptions he has the rare faculty of being minute and yet avoiding dry and wearisome de I tails. The average reader will find few ! books more enjoyable and at tlio same I time so profitable. Mr. Carpenter has hith j erto been known or.ly as a oojiular mtga I .me writer. The volume betorc us must I give him a front place among our succcss j ful makers of books. Political Hfcoi.i.kcho.ns. 1MU to 172. Hy (ieorge V.. Julian. Chicago, .Jsnsen, McClurgA- Co. Ottawa: for sale hy I Hapeman & (irahiun. Price, Sl.50. The six lustrumi, as Tom Henton would have called them, ot American history from 1810 to 1870, may justly be said to cover our country', heroic era. While u 1 :,. ,i. ...... ii,.t ,i... l . id uw unuui ii u.; iuoi iuu viuftanu n.,(iiiiM slavery in this country commenced some years before the earlier Uatc, it was not un til after the "hard culertrolic" of 1 J0 that abolitionism obtained a foothold in Amer ican politics, and its growth thenceforward, thouuh often fitful and precarious, was upon the whole real, until it swelled into that Irresistible, bloody torrent which bore down all opposition, and culminated in the ratification of its triumph, by the adoption ol the constitutional amendments, 'he en franchisement ot the negro, and the pai sage by congress of the supplementary civil rights bill of 1870. To tell the inside story of that struggle and triumph there is perhaps do man living more competent than (leorgo V. Julhn. Making his debut on the political stage m 18 to as a whig, ho emerged from that debauch sickened and disgusted. AV'as there nothing more worthy of a sane man's attention in Amer ican politics than this? It was in this cru cial hour that an abolition pamphlet fell into his hands, and fnm that instant his mind was made up and his political des tiny fixed. 1 low the ball was put in mo tiou by that small but stalwart band of original nbolitionisls. and how it wits kept steadily rolling on, is die story that tills Mr. Julian's book ; and though there are in it many tine .ketches of the members of that swelling bantl of heroes, it is credit able to Mr. Julian owl ma'nn imrnfait that the part borne by hinuelf in thestrug gle, though equal to thatol any other, is seldom referred to, except in I inis ot ox- ! treine modesty. The history covers every i notable movement and cmventicle of the j abolitionists from 1810 to the nomination of Lincoln ut Chicago in lsiio, as well as ' every important movement "in behalf of ; freedom" in congress, with its secret I springs, and sketches of the great actors, iiml )(. Considering who the author ; is, one Is struck by nothing more than the i singular absence of nil bitterness or sem bianco of party ranCor or prejudice. Tin inarmtive is apparently that of one- who has wearied of the ll,'ht, thaukln.' (Jod it ! is over, and is as ready to forgive ai to he i inrgiveu. ! IIaki'kk's l oi no Pkoi'i.k. I8M Mar 1 per iV IhiiUiers, New York; Jansin, Me Clurg it Co., Chicago. For sale by I lane man V Uratlam, Ottawa. Price, $:j.0O. j A hound volume, of If'irifr' Voiaiij I'roplf hro:,e year makes a book of near lly 1000 pages as large as an average vol ! time of the CotiymsiuHiil HwrJ. The reading is of the highest order ot its class, j the print perfect, and the illustrations, I which cannot he less than a thousand, in ,the highest style of the wood engraver's art. I How such a volume, tn beautiful embossed binding, can tie got up and sold tor is oneot the mysteries. As no present is more appropriate for Christmas than a nice biKik, so of all Looks to a young per ;Bon ui reunement and taste we can imagine none at so trillinc a cost that J should lie so acceptable as a bound volume of Hnrper'K Yvimg ltpff. Its reading is j instructive and refining throughout, and nothing can be more suitable for a parlor J table ornament. very effective. Hut acted or unacted, they are ?cry good reading and worth- morn than the co-t In that light alone. GriEga's OlTMrin SalTS. The heat on earth can be truly laid of tidi'in' (ilycerlne Salve, which la sure cure foi ruts, brulaes, aralda, burns, wounds, and all other sore. Will positively cure plica, tetter and all akin eruptions. Satisfaction Kaaraiitufd or money refunded. Only 25 cunt. Kor sale by all drugglala. Wcnona Jmlijc: "Th Gl-be i a new paper that has been launched at Ottawa for patron, aire. Clark Albcrtl Is the editor. Ottawa now has seven newspapers, each one cluim- jnir to occupy a dillercot Held in Journalism. If Ottawa people, with slight assistance the editors tan ifivc, make a success of keeping all thesi) papers alive ana meir cnuorsoui ot jail the poor-houec, wu mean, that com munity will lie eiuilieu to me ihkhmiii;. ui humanity generally." The truth is, Ottawa fritters away her strength on too many newspapers. Nothing is easier than to start a newspaper in Otta wa. The last one, The Uloh?, was started on ?25: rent paid for use of second hand ma rials. The multiplicity reduces the quality, of course. In competition with a business established on a capital of $ r and employ ing help at les than $10 a week, a legiti mate newspaper, with $7,000 invested and a pay roll ot $75 to 100 a week, the latter has up-hill work when patrons place the two on the same fooling n to value. The dill'erence in the quality of contents ot the newspapers is not always duly appre ciated. The style aimed at here just now is "local," with elaborate and long. drawn out nothings words in small pica and the slang of the last decade. F.xagge ration,"gUsh, ' Wi, falsehood, slop, lying tilth, is the sum, substance, top, sides and bottom of too much of this modern but to tally damnable system ol "local reporting.' If only men ot sense, judgment, discretion, honor and truth were employed as reporters the case might be different. Hut if tltere is a fool, an exaggerated squirt, some fellow with a "diarrhoea of words and a constipa" lion of ideas" to be lound anywhere in the community, he straightway mounts the tripod ns a "local editor" or "reporter," and proceeds to "sling on airs" and dish up to a supposed to be intelligent comlnunity the kitchen gossip and bar room 6lang of the town, calling it progressive journalism! There is not enough legitimate, recordable news in Ottawa to supply one good daily, let alone two such as we have and seven weeklies. Falsehood, slime and gush are therelore necessarily a large proportion of the provender served out. lluckleu'H Arnica naive. flic Kieatesl medical wonder of the world. Warranted to speedily cure hums, bruises, cuts, ulcer, salt rheum, fever sores, cancers, piles, chilblains, corns, tetter, chipped hands, nnd all skin eruptions, guaranteed to euro in every Instance,' or money refunded IS cents tier box. Kor sale by (i. Gehring. A writer in the New York IhrnUl ac counts for the beautiful red skies at sunset, which have been so noticeable during the past week, by the theory that the rays ot the sun penetrate a vast quantity of meteo ric dust which is diffused throughout the space between the earth and sun. Prol. Brooks, who makes this announcement, ecently discovered a large number of tel. escopic meteors and combines into one argumant. this fact, that of the coming comet and of the red skies. Whether the theory be correct or all moonshine, the brilliancy of the sunset and sunrise of sev eral days past is indisputable, and soon we will hear of a new shade in dresses, ribbons, &c, called the "evening sjy," "comet dust," or "ashes of meteors." To be sure the color will bear a scientific hue, but so much the better it will be so mucheusier to say, "Well, why not?" A .Sure Cure for Skin IMseanev !!y Dr. Frazier's Magic Ointment, t'urej us if bv magic: Pimples, Black Heads or (irulis. Blotches and Kruptions on the face, leaving the skin clear, heaity ana oeauuiui. Also cures Itch, Salt Ktietitn, Sore Nipples, Sore. Litis, old. obstinate Ulcers, Sores, etc. Sold by all druggists and mailed on receipt of price, ) cents, ror sale tiv roroes iV Lomaux. The I'tica Xews says the collections ot the I'tica Baptist Sunday school for November, 21.:'(, were sent to Chicago University, We don't know ol any place where it is needed more. Chicago L Diversity is the one crand mistake of Mephen A. Douglas's life. He gave a magnificent properly for the site of a University to lie forever free from sectarian influences, yet at the same time stipulating that, the president of ttio t institution should be a Baptist! The eon- sequence is me -noeiai uuiwcu mi mm it because "it u sectarian," and the Bap lists take little interest in it because "it is not a Baptist institution." between the two, what might nave been marl j one if the grandest schools of the west is a poor, starved weakling, and a credit to no one However, as the majority of the pupils are (or were not long since) Baptists, and as it is credited with being a "Ha:iti.-t school," that denomination have au oppor tunitv, if they will embrace it, in spile of the ennrmouj debt now hanging over it. Subscribe for " The Free Trader." Paiimiu Comkuiks. By Charles It. Tal bot Illustrated by Francis Miller and II. Truett Share. Boston, I). Ixthrop& to. These are two very pretty as well as very interesting comedies, printed in the large pages and neat style of the Wide Airake, and so bound as to adapt the book for no iday purposes. The comedies are entitled "No Questions Asked," and "More than they Bargained For," and though appear ing somewhat in tne form of stories an easily to arranged to adapt them for parlor representation, if not, indeed, for the reg ular stage, where they could easily be made Catarrh At llil Mason of the year rverylxxly hut a colli, anil dime very bad one, lly frrqueut Pinoauri'. the mem branes of the nose become very sensitive, aad cnmrrli and Influents are epidemic. Relief may be untamed by the use of Hood's Sarsuparllla. For niasy years In suevcsolon, beKlnmua so fir hack I don't remember when, I had the rnlarrh In my head. It roiinluted ol an excessive flow from my nose. Ringing and Bursting Noises in ir.y head. Sometimes the hearing In my left ear was airectcd. Five years ago, aliout this i.e.uiijii of Hie yeur, I bean tn Due Hood's Sarsaiarllla. I was helped right awsy, hut a continued to use It until I felt mjwlf cured -Mrs. Eliza 11. Caulfleld, Lowell, Muks. Jerome Hrownell, merchant anil extensive miller ut Victor, Ontario county. N. Y.. writes: "I hsve used HiMt'arpiirlll for my catarrh, and it tins helped me. I consider Hood's tJurMipurllla one of the hesl remedies lor hlood-rtlnciue to be oliinlned." 100 Doses One Dollar 'I lme liocu troubled with that dbtreselUK com plaint, catarrh, ur.d havo beea using Hood's Sar'.pa nlla, and nnd It one of the best remedies I have ever taken. My trouble has lasted ten years, nnd never could pet any relief until I commenced to lire Hood's Sarsaiarllla."-Mur(tu Shield, Chicago, III. Danger from Catarrh Depends upon the amount end extent of the Scrofu lous infection. I'nimestlonnbly mniiy deaths fro.n consumption can be traced to neglected catarrh. I here Is a violent distress, protracted coughing 'Pell, the eyes weep, the nose mwluirgea copiour'y, nnd the head woiiih alwul to split. lu such eases Hood's Sarsnparllla corrects the ca tarrh hy its direct action In dlst barging tho poison from the blood through natures great outlels.soth.it healthy, sound blood reaches the. membranes nud Is wh)leotue. Hood's Sarsaparilla Sold by druggists. 1 ; six for V. I' pared by ('. 1.. HOOD A CO.. Ap'jtlieeiirles, Lowell, Musi. novHMw FLOUR AND FEED, Lime, Salt, Cement. Plastering Hair and Stucco. Also tne LONDON Horse & Cattle Fool. A rri epai attou rar superior to any condition powder ever made. Oil Cuke, Corn Mel, Sea. A, HAMILTON. Keh. lMf 114 Main street, Ottawa, 111. H. C. STRAWN'S Lumber Yard AND PLANING MILL. Near the Illinois River Bridge. OTTAWA Caniage and Road Cart Factory GAY & SON, Piop'rs. MANUFACTURERS CARRIAGES rilAKTONS, Buggies. Side Bars and Tanner's Two-Seated Buggies. ALSO. TIIK GAY ROAD CART. Which Is acknowledged hy nil who have u?ed Ihfni li ne tne niOHt complete for EASE OF RIDING, Beauty and Durability cf any Road Cart placed befora tho public. Call nnd examine our dllferent styles of Carnages aim Koiul t ai l ., &c. iieropi iurcnning. winch w will sol' as cheap good work can he soli l'sr I yui) ii-iiiuluiitiirer iu Che mate. REPAIRING In Paintiogi Trimming, Jron ft Wood Wer Promptly attended t auditatlsfactlo guttrmitctd. Factokt On it Hi.ock V rst or Post Opricr. H. W- JONES, ' IIsaaaaAi fj, ill ; Q V rag I 7 .. ''LB OIKTJSEKT! ABiire euro for llloi'dinpr, lteli ing am-1 Ulcerated Tiles. A single box Las cured the; worst chronic ruses of 30 years' Ftandinp. No one need suf fer after using Dn. William's Pile Oint ment. Sold by Druggists, or mailed on receipt of price.Sl .00. P. R. Lance&Co., rmft s, tj i . v f. i . a in 1 1, w. For sale by Forties & Loiriaux. Caniage Factory fHOSU IN WANT OF Goo.; Carriages, Top und Opin Ilngpies, Slide ear liuggtcH, Two-seat pcn nugglei. Light Wagons, Mllklcs. Ac, i-iiii find them at this fuc- tnry, all of his own mike, ol the Itest M iterlal and In the Most- Approved Style mid Finish, all Warranted and for tale at Low Ibices. Also makfl lo order such as are wanted. liepalrlng il'inc-promptly; painting, trimming worn ind Iron wor. OTTAWA Wagon & Carriage Manufactor, - k '$-" sC4r JOHN D. VETTE, Prop'r, On Superior Street- r.oar the old Fca River lieu o nsavRanwMBanBsai B PAR I HAIR mi) B Restores tha Youthful I Parker's Hair Balsam w-ammtcd to prcvin ' move dandruff and ilcl JOo. and $1 iltri, aid IS It'S BALSAM. This elcpnnt !rer.vi:ig Is prefened 1 y tl-.aI wllohave i.s'.ilit. t'.-niy similar iirti' le, ' r. ac count cf i.s raip.-nor cleanliiic' ii and j uity. It contains n.atcr al only that are benciiciul to the Ecalp ami l.air and always Color to-Grey or faded Hair is Imely ricifimiej and is Jling of the hair and tn re ing. Hiscox fi Co., N.V. '.kri In dni snd nu tiu ini-s. laving introduced j.ary Impnrtnnr ttpprovfir.fM, In i. a stahllshtn-nt. iiml'.iii.-1' tl" Ir.rgest fcr.rt most co' pfete In the city, the under, signed iiiTlte.for'r r mil others desiring new wngoHs or old ones ri-i'-iircii-or wlslii;i Fine family Cnrrlajjes, Hoctties, rhiftuna and Drinorr.it Wuimivk, Or anytling In his line to give him a call. A'l w.e-'j warrautedanilpnees that ilely fompi lition. .bmN Ii. K'lTK. n tee Carriaffo anfiVAion A Sure Cure fop I'lles. The first svniDtom of Piles Is an lulcnse ItcbinL' at niirbt after settiue warm. This unpleasaDt sensation is immediately relieved by an application of l)r. Bosanko'a Pile Remedy, i es in u iuim., . ... Klieum and King-worm con be permanently .... r . 1- ! - ... ..........I.. P.ln. cured bv tne use oi mm k"-bi. "- !W ceuts. Manufacturea DV ine ur. nosauivu Medicine Co., Pitpia, o. wont vy romes l.orrlam. Tbe citizens, of Aurora art very energetic and do everything possible for the benefit of the town. A committee of business men there has been appointed to write up tne advantage of the town and thoroughly ad vertise it in the Chicago papers, hoping t induce new manufactories .to locate there. The idea Is an excellent one and could be made a paying investment by other towns. How to Ost Sick. Eipoae yourself day and ale-tat. eat without exercise, work too bard without rest, doctor all itt i Ume. take all the vile noatrume advertised, and then you will want to know , How to UirWBLL.-Whlch la answered In thtse words Take Hop Bitter. DISEASE CURED Without ii'!uiiti'. A lu.H.ifcf ln:Mrti n Supf,H'iil ''' ::' " n?V Itru.oa-. variinw It vies or m. Tm..- IM Human S,tm hltrMrUy ami ,, Ok . . o J ms j w un utlliu,linere,b'.j,r tor lltolv r.c.M I Xlwhav- a Wrt-r ..ortment alwav- or, ." Ht.f FACTO i.-V. 0a Main Strset. it :'.'vr Kr;-l5;- OTTAWA. H.IA-. Msr.tfa'- all kinds of Cario .k--. l..r i.-r. THE M AONK1UN Al'I'I.l (T. C'i.'S L'.i-urua W o.aNI a! wavs on hani. All 0'ir ork Is warranteil. anil mine ,. la- ! nnl.iid will I.e s ild x low as g ! n-o "i- .'-' or can sMo . .. for ! kin.i(u,p.worK rir'r,."I ' . ' ... i WiSoulflieforebayliis. HIU M'lf.t.i a l. Magnetic Kidney BeWffijSSSSSSS FOR MEN IS WARRANTED TO CURE J, m: loBliigdise.iseswiihoutmeiiicine: i',iN is riik'im K. illN llKtniill 1.1 Mils. SiBHVdCC IIKI1IMIY. Vl OO. OKNKKAL DKHII.ITY, Rll KC ATI .-M. POIAI.Y-II K1RAI.C.IA. SI'IATICA. lISKA-a r Til V h I ON K H. SPINAl 1IISKIHKH, TOIH-in LIVKK. OHt. Sfllli- hinI K.iii-iw. Iinpot.Mic.v. Asilinia, IIhhI'1 Piaeaw, I.vwl.ii.iu, Cnlipn tion, hlryHipcliiH. imliicf-tioii. Hernia or Hiipiui'i', Cnturrli. l'il.-n, Kiil. -.v. 1 w"Midh'liiJv of'the (.F.NF11ATIVK ll!i;ANS occurs. lOHt 'italit.v. I -n.-lr i X.-r .o I- nri-e and lieir. hhiii; k i i .-.. and all lhoe Olseai-eo of a personal n il-i'e. Inun w'. it j ever cause, the continuous stream of Magnetism per-1 mealing through tne pans. n'iui-i- oieiu aiN.Mii P ALL'S ATARRH LIRE 13 RECOMMENDED EY PHYSICIAS3. ton lienltliv aelioM. T!.er; ! n- linn UK this appliance. OUH2IS Cntnrrh of th Nasal Cavltjr-Chronle and LUceratlvel oatarrn oi ins car, are sr mn mnn T iniPO If von ure i,rii ti l with1 Throat. It Is taken IHTaRNai.LT, ana TO THE LADIES. .. 0 l th best Blood Purifier In th VOKLO, and la worth ALL that la charged tor It, for THAT alone. ot ilin -t.m. rollinir ot Hi''," i"". lriiMilontHl Heiuorrhag- or Hoo.Uiib,i I'amtul. Su piiressed At lrre)tiilar -M. -tint ruution, M.rr,iiMH nn.t t 'linnge oil 1 jile,-tliiM 1. tlit. ltfttt A ppliaiict- ami; Curniivt. Ak-ent Known. . . Far all forms ol 't-niilt 1 hill.'vilvie :! :- tin-anrpasw-d by anything before invented. Mtli iw a dilu tive agent and as a source of power and vltaUtaiioii. I'rloe of either Belt with Maiiet,c Insoles, "etil bv expiess t:. o. II., and examination allowed, orb mad on receipt of price, lu ordering scud measure ol waist and of shoe. Kemltiance can jr made in ciiriN-nry. sent lu letter at our risk. The Magneton Oarments are ailapted to all acy. an wornoverthe under doming, i not next to the ImxIv like the raanv l4lvinio an. I H:ietrio Hiiiiitmirn mlvertieeil tto -tensive) v. and should h taken otf at ni?ht. T! ev hold their 'I'OWEIt FtlKKVhit. and are worn at all seasons or the year. Sead stamp for the '-Sew rteparturf In Mi dual Treatment Without .Mtliciite," w.tu thou sands of lestiinoulals. THE MARVKTilH APPUANCE CO.. Hit state btreet. Chic igo. III. TB.-8tid one dollar In postre stamps or enr renryila letter at our risk with sue of shoe usoally wrs, and try a pair of oor ManOe Insolee. and be eoOTlaced of the power muding lu ooretheB Magnetic Apllao. I'usiUralT no ca.ld feet when thrr are wors. or moaej reiuudeo. ''- mm cues fCE mmi n"IN THE HAKKET And we ofTer Ona Hundred Dollar tor any Cnao of Catarrh It will not Cure. l ILL CL'KK AM CASE. Offloe of A T. 8twwst Co, I CBioato, 111., J use 4, 16ba I 1ft ftrt. F. J. CAeney t Co., Toitdo, O. litnUrmm: I talis plea-ure In laformilur o that I have used Hall s Catarrh Cure. U baa cured me I waa very bad and don't beattat t say that it will cvre any case of Catarrh if takeu prcperry. Yours truly, J. B. WfAtnaft an. WOBTH 910 A BOTIXJB. E. McaJtav. Jaduoa, Xicb., write Have kad Catarrh for 80 years, RalFs Catarrh Core cwed Dis cmMkMirit wono iiuwa ootat. 9old by all Drotrgistt 'at IS eta jwr Kaaafactursai aao sou ot r j iiuuiai Sole Proprieaora. TOLTPO. OHIO.