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OTTAWA FREETRADER; SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1884.
piRWT NATIONAL HA.7V li Or OTTAWA. Capital H. M. HAMIl. W. HI'pJINF.I.l. .loHN F. NASH ' PX 1 CO. .). I't-MllMil . . . Vice I'rcaMiii' c-arhler MUtJD H. Swlr!. II. M. Hamilton. W Hiudiuoll, Loro-nxo Leiruirj r.. V. t i nra. i .hi. K Sash, ita.U' Ulke. Kli.nm- -n Chicago. Sew York awl all the p:-ir .m CKlMT ofthe HalllU Ml'!.', llotiVM Mill solu. h:n.i'liaiht- on hngland. li-l:tt"i, NoUam! wijt (on 'menial knmpe drawn in sums losult. United fcttAte Hoiulw.tiolU mm sliver bungu and told . Our fncllitteaare such that we can otter ndneenietin to customers, mill we shall use our eiKlcavor to Klv Mittiiirtlin to imw entrusting ui with their buinet. Hankie hours from It a. m m( p. h. Oct. Id. IS7S. JOHN F. S ABU. C ihlcr. jTAriONAli CITY DANK O' OTTAWA. (runner! city .tank if Earne. Alien i. (.. ! '. II. KAMKS . . . K.U. ALLKK o. l uxiu;y.. . PtPfco 'I.l ..Vic' I'riauii'Ut Ca!"':-r. Krchauiio on Chioa".o Kev Vu:i'. , And xllthe principal tl'n w mi, a west, ( BOVGIIT AMI KOl.Ii. ! Kxohanituun England, Ireland. Scutluud and .1 in.portont point In Continental F.oropc, drnwn in sunn lotnlt purchaser. XJ. H. Kevriiun Kiainpn nt all rtiMnmil'mi'i-M x. etMUUy on liind end i n er.li'. UnifMl Htatt'H Iinudu, Um Suurltiee, f- i eti BIlTur bougljt end t-M. U&UklDg llOHri (ll)Hl ( a. M. to ) f. V. Jan.li. O. I. LINill.KY. Auicu C- - iJroffSfjfoaal aco ATTORNEYS. SNOW dc STKAI), Atlorn.-ymncl ;oun-!iiB . at Law. Kuuiue T aud B, Ariuur Blot'k. oimwn. II. B. KNOW. W. K II1IDUII. KCfJO'-l HIRAM T. (ITI nKET. JAMK4 !!. K'-KKLS. 'ILllH.K'l' to KCK KLs1, AHuriiete and "I CimiiRelom at Law, Fnllerer A Metgur'N Itlwl;. raiit 01 Court uoiue. PUSHNKLL Ac KULLKH'IW At II tornevtat Lnv. Ottawa. Illlu ueil'i blucK, writ of Court Uouiw. UlBi'A In Kti-h Julvl-l" 1 Xi. CHAPMAN, Attorney mid Connsdot at Law. omce wito u. mvuuukii, uvuw.i, 111. ir X. ARMSTRONU. Attorni v and ln iU. aelorat Law. Ottawa, 111. Notary i'ulilln. tllcf lo Uednvy'i Mock, Ottawa. JuuS.'hO J, W. DltMOAK. A J. oVo.VOt. R. J. WALL. niJNC'AN. O'DONOK K WALL. At XJ tornfysat Law. Ottlc in dis'.'ron' liulldlnp. i noelte cnnon tiutei. Ottawa, ji:inoiR. juiyw'itj IKHHK H llUfll-ai. ljiuyir. Kuttfrer A v MrUKer'a Blov'k rat of C'Jirt limine, Ottawa. Illinoia. itu'iVi I OH N U. HICH, Attprt..'y at Law. I'.'ddli'k't w UlcM k. city or oitiiwn. Halle and al!oiilni( counli' and Supreme Cuurta. nrd la tl! ApM;llate A. WILLIAMSON, Lawyer, titiawa. ininoip. Probata matti-ra a npi'ua'iij . OKct ovt'i U nil's Dry OwvU Store. Jumtm tornry and Counaclor at Law. Oliko in Uediiey! blwk, uortheaai corner of court Uouu Kjuare. lioimit 3 and 4. Ottawa, Illlnoui. JunlUy O. W. W. BLAKB. M. T. MOLONKY OLAKKdc MOIjONKY, Attorneyii and J Couiwlom at Iw ItoomaS and a Ojera Hoiue llloclc,otuwa,Illlnoui. junoS'. 'P O. TRKNABY, Attorney at Law. with L. W. Brewer. Ituoun 2 it U County Conn Houke. Ottawa, 111. JuniJ a. CI GKIOOB, Attorney aud Counaelor at Law. '. OlUte ill Lynuu'i block. Main tlrcet, Ottawa, ill. I H. HTKAWN, Attorney at Law. Careful XJ attention will be inven lo the ettloiiK'nt oi'ettalet and collo'tloii. Otflce with K. K. Bull.oi er City Drag biore. jan8 JO. HOYXjK, Attorney at Law. Office wltk M. T. Molouty, Opera House Wot),. Ottawa, 111. febai.60 SAMUKLi H1CHOLHON, Attorney and Cownaelor at Law. Will practice In tbe court ol usaiie ana aujoimnK conotin. Uouae, Ottawa, III. Office, weit of Conn novu Lw w nn, ni Law. and Notary Public Attorney and Counaelorat ItootUi a & vi Mnniy ouun atotute, Ottawa, in DAVir A. UOoa, Attorney at Law. OQlre. Hooioi S and ( Artnury (Wood'fi Block, Ottawa. Illinoia. - decai D. MoDOUHALL, Attorney at Law, Ottawa, 111. Offlc in Uedney'i Block. declTC EW. HULL, Attorney at Law. office over Cit) Drug Store, northweat corner of LaSalkand Madlaon atroeta, Ottawa, m, tuayjilt B IJNCOLiN, Attorney at Law, over No 19 LaSallo ureet. writ fi- OfllC if the oonri tiouau. Ottawa, in. Jn!y!r73 (IBORttK H. KLDRKDOK, Attorney at J v urn juwk iu i oatoui'e iiova uium, in apri; UDitvmvo, jon . wioucb. MAYO Ac W1DMKR, Attorney at Liw.- i Office In KattlHKor'a iilock. corner of I -:le and Main ilrweta frvut rooin uo attUra. Ottawa. 111. I PHVSI0IAN8. DR.. ALiOlNDA AUTKN, ottUv over Uoxte'a (tore. La Salle H., Ottawa, 111. JriJ7 rn , O. IVIILLKIi, the well known Ocullot XJ and Aurict, Ottawa, III omce, tl La snic Mreet, a:ir.-?!noK op italra. DR. K. W. WKIS, (Dentcher lh.tor.) Phvalclan and Bannuu to tha St. Loolt, If late! I'byalclBji and Surgeon to the BL Loulb he'naie Main and La fall ttreeta. Keildence oa aouth bluff. at Mr, yxui a. ipit IVB. J. 8. RYHURV, Ottawa. III. Otflcr in the Opera Ilouae Block. la cuV: il'iy and ' idgbt. July" i. O. BATH1WAT. eiilBIIPI. VOICI. DKH. H ATHR W A V VAN( 'M. Cdy alciana and Sorpeoua, Ottawa. 111. ottii-i-. Muth wtat corner of Main and LaSallo atneU. Dr. Ilstlie way"t reaidence uaetof Ko river, near achoo! noiiae. Dr. Vance will be foaad la office, day and nlpU. Janll DR. R. JVt. MoARTHUR, Ottawa. 111. Offlre in the Opera llonae Block. Open fr--in o'clock a. a. to 6 o'clock p. a. Keulenc! n H-mon treet, aoutb of Illlnoui Avenue. ;Hiirt'7t HM. OOnrRKY, M. I)., L H. C. 8. Kdlnbar;. Office. In Annour'a new tiiillilinp. on atadiaoo Itreet. Rialdence, 11 WvbMcr u aagil'?' DR. M. XKN Dh.lt, Hon u-optrii': rnn:,-.uQ Ottawa, 111. OfTera bla wrvli'i'a to the frWima ol tjie HoDiosoputhSc tynttm ia cuiaaa in nil branciKu ol tu profewloD raitlcnlar atrentloi, iey, .. x h t pfat uivnt of wou.eii aud children. "IIV..- in i,i v-r a C-ook"! Block. fi'MC E. V. OKKKJS, Uninst, llo.kM'.er and Sta tion er. Ottawa. I I. Second store In N'att Li.jr" Ukk W. south aide of onrt House Sq'.tare. MKNKItSHIhiirniop O'jKKist ann Apotne- car. (whoV'SKi Ktjd retdl.i V.a p tre '. .ma wa. 111. !iep'.r'-r.f O'-uoi. f hetiii.-l. Kreiich Cmtni ac Brandies. Wii.e. Ac. nK.WM.SHKI'1'AHP. V- A Uova 4,lfy- ,t V.-t,-rluery Suis-.ih.. n:be- er the utii. Kr.tfiHnd! Kelkw of tho London Vi-terlnarv Meii-jil .Vj,'iTion: aian Veterinary Ki'u..r s,r.fo..-, yjilrltor th- rtrf. cau be corsulu ! ' hl ntfei-. ..n Ifi,rtte sr. ! W.M .. VOI'M VNS. An-lrt-ct. fWlc.! with N jruKir. Kiihnru. l.i.lcu Ploi'k. intisi. Illinois. dec'.v County Snprateiifleiit of PaWic Schools. G. B. STOCKDALE Will bold i Aj'nln:i' n at ltoom So. f, 'ittnwa IIIfh VIumiI, on the ta-vond aud fourth saturttayaoi'each aicuit, uo:.! lurtiirr notice. JanlS PATE KITS l n a v ... , i , i ir: muiiriv Aauut Aii, vuo unoe to act as Sollcltora for fatenU, lvemU. Trad Marks, Copyright, for tb United Btatea. Canada, to laud, I ranee. Uermaar, etc. Hand Book aixMat, fateut sent f re. Thtrty-aeyefl yeatn' experksnoa. l-atots. stained thromrh MUNN A CO. areDoclenl latbeMrnjCTisu! Ahuucak. tha Uraot. bate. as si i aj m m. rts . . p ..imi... An.M. wrA:!?rn...ci2 t.m n -n. spee!uvn nv .! the tclnlln Aaaer- .fT-. x.j-viklVii'..si'iim . e . . ft:- . ii.--rj.r, .e V rk. A Card in a Vaas. On New Year's evo Karon C. took oncoftiis visiting cards, penciled a few words on it, and put it in an envoi p(, which ho carefully sealed. Then lie went to rioissier's candy short. On his wnv his t iionnrbts ran thus: "Mv lls'inish is vrry fond of candies. She adores tin -in. i hereforo besides the diamond necklace which I have just Kent hT. 1 will buv her 60iue candies. 'IIi'iv it Hoissier's.'' I f I j K.nvm (n!inii 1 lin slum selected o, (.st K- old .l:in:m )) vase. Dllt Ilia carl . - .(., 1 , ,,.: , at the very bottom as a filial surprise, and hail it tilled with Use best candies, lie !"t't word where it should be sent, and then rctin d ipiilo tontonted with him self. Two hours later Mile. Ninish was cunvorsin r in her i.omloir with a young actor, A ialiiiTl. . I l-r maid entered with a .Japanese vast; in her hands. Mure candle-, ma lame," she 6aid 'Who sends th::!?'' "No card Madame." I'tit it am w h iv," said Ninish, carc b slv. TIm'" i 'HSjlt actor looked at the lit '''. What it ii.'auiilhl vase,' he said. If you like it. lake iU" Well if von :vf it to me as a sou- viTiir In an hour Adallu rt was entering the rr om of a ,sinr r. ! laide. J have brought you a ! .-ur j'j if. some camlii's," crietl Adelbert, lnjK iiiii the. tloor. i "Wi:ll. leave tlu in here." ! "'n a few iniiiiit"s Adalbert left. I '-1 will ive flien- to dustiiic," said I Aiielniile. I "Who ii tidkiiL-.- ni.' ji.i me? cried a '.ilvery "i''t j Here II . V ,)il-.'.ili' ! -Ah. what a Jiue :!" it lor oii. "'i'i::.l:k 1,'lMliv-. I ' in jii'olV.f.-ior. w ho )ia M'laiie iny tit uii:.' "(in tin: iie'.' day lue line, after her nin;e ! t;no;- I-'ad'u'.ini: "That is for vmi." . ill jrive it promised leautiful Jus- -son, said to She handed lebut shall be him the vase. "My soon? Yes?" "Yes, foon." Senor Fadiezini went honm in a hap py mood. "That is just in time," thought he. "I have no money to buy a 'j'rii for my wife. How glad she will be! Times are hard, the lesson" pay badiv: coal is dear." The wife of Seuor Fadie.ini. prot'es- sor of idnrintr and elocution, lonnerlv basso-cimtate of the theaters of Milan and Turin, was indeed glad. Hut she was a practical woman. "Giuseppe," she taid, "I am sure you did not buy these candies ami the vase. That would be madness. Don't reply, I know you. somebody gave them to you, and vou have brought them to me. That is very kind of you. Hut we must make a good use of them. Take theru to Mine. Hondurin, the wife of the Chief of the Department of Arts. He may appoint you as a rehearser to the Academy of Music." "ion are right. Ion alwavs foresee everything. Put my card on it, but not the one containing the price ot les sons. Mine. ISondiiriu said to her husband: "Here is a beautiful va.-c. Please take it to my mother." "Hut but I think it would lie Oetter to give it to the sister of uiv chief, who could promote rue." "loii are right, inoii.setir. The sister of the t hief of M. IJondurin asked her brother: Have you prepared a pve'ut for Madam the ISiirouess Clf You have dined at the Baron's, and it would be impolite not to send something to the uiadame, particularly in iw of the faet that tin.' liiiron is a Deputy and an inrltieiitial ni"inber of the Left Center." "Ah, I hat! forgotten a!) about it, J will go and buy " 'It is not ueeessary. Take this vase, which I have jtiit received from M. Diwiduriii. who serves under yen as a chief ui department." An hour later ihe Baroness (!. sent for her husband. She wa ia!e and tretnblni" with aliL'e:-. I lie Jatianeso ., , r, i ,r ., i ,. ci, , t... ate ftoott before l.tr t uiplN. Mie Ienl t'liljitied the ci-.Iidie.S into a big basket wlneh was intended lor an orphan a.-y- luin of which she was a oati'ine- In one hand she held a vi.-d'.ing card ol lbivirit ('., whereon was written: "Happy new year, my Xinish." The Harotiess sued for divorce. The Japanese tiirured as evidence iu court. .....l i),,, linniiiess' lawver found it Iieear v lo relate the adventures ; the vae. --t'nch. The SIht:c MJ:. In his rciniijl-eence-i uf i in Paris," in the Noveiul Alphonse Da ui let sa: "U h 1". :ii in If ( V i (,t ji. M w e )-;id linished with ' the etipation-i of the wider .semper we books and 1 he ;-:im day. our 1:'!' i a a i came back to ih.ise I tbein.-s, those Ideas Wale I ire itlwavs wiji us; we spoke of love, of death, particularly of death. "livery one said his word. The Ktsian, mi his divan, was silent. "Atiil vou. Tourgm iii'tf.'- "h, me? 1 don't think of death. In ii v coiintn, no one has it. as an image in his mind; it remaiin di-tant. covered- the Slavic mist." That word spoke volumes on the nature 'if his race and of his no, n geniu. The Slavic mist flouts over nil his work, blurs its edes. makes il. waver: and his conversation as well was Mili'iiscil with it. What he said alwavs t'eorui with tlitli.-ulti, with un- eei'ialiity; then suddenly, the cloud was ili-slliated. pierced bv a shaft of iight. by a decisive word. He talked .o us of Russia not of the Russia of Napoleon's winter, icy. historic, and conventional, but of a Rusia, of summer-time, ami of wheat and Mower :h.tt have nestled out of the snow-llur-:i'S Little Russia, a land of bursting 'jerbage and of the hum of bees. Ac cordingly, as we must always locate somewhere tin; stories that are told us, Russian life has appeared to me through Xourgueneff as a manorial existence on an Algerian estate surrounded with huts. "Toureueni'n' lifted the veil which covered this queer, quaint, stupefied people. He upoke to us of its deep of IU benumbed, inacUve 1 rnneience. of it fynorsr.ee of l!b- How to Make Acquaintances. In most large towns residents call first on newcomers, is a rule laid down by a writer in the Jlazar. In Washing ton this etiquette is reversed, and new comers call first on the residents Every one, from the highest officials down, returns these, and after this ceremony the caller generally finds him self invited' to the receptions of the President and his Cabinet, tbo houses of the officers of the army and navy, the Judges of the .Supreme Court, and those of Senators and Representatives. Formerly no etiquette was necessary at the White-House; every one rushed iu to a reception without the formality of cards. The social arrangements of Washing ton are so convenient that it is a thousand pities that this etiquette does not go into practice all over our land, as no resi dent of a large city can possibly know whether her dearest friend is in town unless informed of that fact. This does not, as some might fear, expose society to the entree of unwelcome intruders. Tact, which is the only ruido through the mazes of society, will always enable anyone to avoid an unwelcome intimacy or a doubtful acquaintance, should such a person call lirst. Now the question comes up and here doe- tors disagree when may a lady call by proxy, or when may she send her card? and when must she call in person? After a dinner-party a lady must call in person and inquire if tho lady of tho house is at home. For other entertain ments it is allowable forher to send her daughter, her governess, or her maid with her card, or she may send her card by mail. In sending to inquire for a person's health, cards may be sent bv servants with a kindly message. No first visit, however, should be re turned by card only. This would be considered a slight unless it were fol lowed bv an invitation. Hut theizoof New York, the great distances, the busy life of a woman of charities and large family, and an immense circle of friends often'reiidcr a personal visit impossible. She may be considered to have done her duty if she in her turn ask her new acquaintance to call on her on a speci fied day. We have thus far looked at the question from the standpoint of a lady who has an assured po-iliou and too nianv friends. We will now look upon it from the light of a person who has no (or very few) acquaintances and no introductions. We have considered the uuestion neirativelv. We are all more oriels newcomers iu this new laud; we are all carK,t-b:";rer, or may be; so we will look at it alliruiaiivclv. We will suppose that, a voung couple niarrv and ro to .MilwaMkee; they do not Snow nn v body; t Lev .ire ft lone The husband make i his business friends; they take a seat in a church; they ha.c a house. Tin; young bride feels lonely. She would like to know Mines. A. U, and C; but they do not call upon her: she is afraid to call upon them; .she Is unhappy. She inks what shall she do. Undoubtedly did Mines. A, H, and C know this they would go anil call. Certainly the larae-minded ami kind hearted would. Tint they are preoccu pied; they know nothing of her; they are busy. It is a hard position, and one which is the cause of much social strife. The Count (Jurowski, iu his book ou America, mentions the fact that "every American woman is afraid of every other." lit! was an old aristocrat, and he looked upon our attempts at exclu siveness with a derisive .scorn. He said that the habits of American life went those of the burgers of prosperous towns like Hamburg and Antwerp, that they seldom, if ever, rose much above a contracted elegance, with no entour age of nobility, but that he would hear the wii'e of one respectable doctor talk of keeping the wife of another respecta ble doctor "out of society," as the Countess Ida might speak of the pre sumption of her former dn-ssiug-iuaid. There is an exelusivenes which is honorable and right. No one can pre tend that there is not. No one pretends that Mrs. Hrown or Mrs. Junes i.s to have an unsympathetic person foisted Ipon her. She is to -e'ec: hep mvu iViends. and she may with propriety :iy 'hat Mrs. Clark is uiiMinpallietie and not to l.er taste. There are Mrs. Chirks in this world wim show a very Sfi'ciii :ii:t of delicacy in forcing them seh'es upon -oeiety. jil-t as there lire nervous ;iud timid snobs ho are think ing of the shadowy hiiiind.-iry-!!n' their po-ilioii; bo!h are to be avoided. We see no less (if e.asle, houeer. in lnini".s of :i lirl call, even should il not be relumed. A onng woman in a new city who has not been introduced, if she is ure of her respectability and that of her husband, may certainly call on her elergx man's family, that of h r doctor's, :ind her opposite neighbor, if kiud ollrecs call tor her sympatm. Take Off Your Un to a Savagd Dog. The Hon. I'hil Hoy he. oi' 'iiieiigo, is responsible for the following: "I v :t going along the other cv eniiig, when a savage, dog Mew out at inc. evi dently ready to rend me in pieces. Now what d ve suppose 1 did?" "Whipped out your pistol, 1 pn siune, ami let Mv at him." Not a bit of it. I simply lifted my hat. Ihui't laugh. 'Ihe dog stopped", looked nt me, growled, and tinaily crouched buck to lh! door-top ami be gau wagging his tail. 1 have done the same thing over and over again with the same result.'" "How tlo 'ou account for the result?-' "This is how 1 liguro it out." ouid Mr. Hoy in. "Hogs, iii my opinion, thiiili -in a crude way. They see a man, such as 1. walking along, say with a (dug hal on his head, and so forth. To him I present a complete picture, as a dog wiih Mapping ear-, swishing tuil and four legs pre sents one equally complete. Now, mark! Tee four footed picture cannot, so to speak, disintegrate. No tlog ever saw anot le-r dog take off his trail, or lay down his ears, or throw away one of his hind legs. This human aj parition suddenly begins to ta.k: him self to pieces. He lifts oM- his hut. The dog doi-ii't know what m coming next. nrhap-. He begins to think. He is -overawed. He lueels with a wer which is lieyotid hi comprehen sion, .aud he succumbs. Miad jou, this is only my iht or), but 1 have tried v -; ' -'is -. : J fiV,va floret Workmen's I)w.i"ir.r'. Lord Salisbury has written un : on "Laborers' and A'-iNae' Dwelt-- nicie which appears in Nt ember in: m fi .m l.oi'd berof the A'utionul 1! i 'V- .- "A petition becomes i Ii.'it." s:i- Salisbury, "the sufl- .inr- ih- poor from bail housing bi iMu!e . r sen'. Thousands of familic- have only a in gle room to dwell in. where tlu- h-cp and eat, multiply and die. Tor this miserable lodging" he is speaking, of course, of towns "lehy pa a price ranging from two shillings til live shil lings a week. It is dill 'unit lo exagger ate the misery which such conditions of life must cause, or the impulse w hich they must give to vice. The depres sion of body and mind which they cre ate is an almost insuperable obstacle to the action of any elevating or refining influences." " , He then proceeds to examine the vari ous ways by which some remedy may be effected. Ho inquires whether it. would be better worth while to build high" that is to say many storied dwellings on the spot, orto build "afar" iu other words, to transfer the work ing population to places outside the town, but communicating with it by railway; and this latter question again leads him into the rates charged aud the accommodation provided by the railway companies for the working classes. The Peabody' trustees. Sir Sidney Waterlow's company, and Mr. (jatlifTs company, arc considered, one after tho other, and the general con clusion reached is that private enter prise cannot offer a cheaper article than the Peabody trust, nn I vet that this ar ticle is too dear for the t'tiik of the working classes. There is no reason. he says, why parliament -limitd not aid the great work by loan-, and he pro ceeds to point nut thai tinve is also no reason why the owner- of properly iu towns who employ a number of hands 6hould not do in towns w hat owners of property in the country do for their tenants and for rural laborers. "The government," he concludes, "might litly lead the way. They em ploy in the nost-ofliee, in'the police, in the custom-house aud at'othcr govern ment establishments a large number of people whoso wages are considerably below 1 Iks., which is I he average in come of the Peabody tenants; but I do not believe they have made any pro vision worth speaking of for the hous ing of those people. 1 1 has never been held to be their duty to do so, but iu the present exigency it is :i tas(c which they may well Is- called upon in the' public interest to fulfil. If the example were set by them it would probably be followed belore ion ir py the large com-! panics who, by virtue of ti e gic::1. p o sition which parliamentary poVWrshavc given to them, lil! a quasi public char acterdock companies, railway coiu panics, and the like. There can be lit tle doubt that if provision to this eier.'. were made the stress upon the dwelling market would be greatly relieved, and the residue of the laboring poor would find it much ea-dcr to obtain cheap lodging than they do now ," Such meas ures, at all events. Lord Salisbury, says would he palliatives, though an entire cure may be very distant. He says there are indications enough that iu one way or another, by public and pri vate action, a remedy is possible for very much of the misery and degrada tion which cast so terrible - a shadow over the prosperity of the country. Charity. Charity begins nt home, anil the supply in some homes is so extremely limited that it never progresses be yond the beginning and gives out before it makes the circuit of the family circle. A man begins by being charitable to himself, lie starts out under the impression that he i.s pos sessed of an inexhaustible reserve of charity, and spreads it over himself so lavishly that his surprise is almost stunning when his wife makes applica tion for a modicum of the article for herself, and linds himself incapable of making Ihe supply equal to the demand, lb- then realizes that he had mistaken selfishness for charity. Of course he wouldn't like to admit that mistake not even to bis wile he is conscious of it. all the same, and it is'nt. at all con soling to him to know that his wife is COllSClOIIS III it too. Charity is a virtue possessing a deal of elasticity , and some people stretch it lo such an extent, as to make il as trans parent as a cual sieve and about asiise l'ui to the subject to which it is applied as the sieve would be for carrying water. That isn't tho kind of charity that covers a multitude of sins, although it is i he kind of charily generally dealt iu by those having a inuli itude of sins under the mistaken iniiiresion that it alfu'iis ihem mi impenetrable pall over their sins and a w hi le rt.be of riobt coiishcss to dazzle the ey es of tho world, and even to fool St. Peter himself, and insure them au unchallenged pa-sage through the celestial gate A good, healthy, vigorous kind of chariiy is not lc-s v aluable for its rarity than its usefulness. The rarity of this kind ot elnir'ty i!o rii't lie somich iu the i!ifa'u!ty of procuring it as iu ihe dispensation i f it. Tho man who is reduced to siu-h an extremity of iinr)'.- cuniosity as to be compelled to stand around retaurant doors and derive his diurnal suslenai.ee run the succuh iiey of cast-away tooth-picks, isn't too poor to load himself from head to feet with the verv be-t kind of charily, if he'll only tai.e the trouble to realize that it cousist- in a word kindly spoken. or tin; smallest act kindly performed, as well as in inuiiiliceii' contributions to hos pitals and the genera! run of public and private benefactions. There is nothing so easily obtainable ns an inexhausiible supply of good wholesome charily, hecaiisi; the uni versal source of ii is illimitable, and every household ciin keep it in stock by preparing a rts-rvoir for it and never closing ihe i he k-valve. Ami being procured without money and without priet, it should be reciprocally dispensed lo one another on the same liberal terms. And the wonder is that isn't. OniH Hat Sunday .Ui vanct. s Merlin tradesmen are o excited by the proposed opening of eo-ojuTntive stores that they have sl,ed the Kmper- r i" forbi.i members d ti e aTii lu 1. .. . . .. ... - . v :t . -l Bloody Yazoo We mentioned . last week that thrwe white men were killed at Yazoo, Miss., In an affray growiDg out of an insult to a white man as he pissed a negro barber shop. Four of the negroes engaged in the killing were arrested and lodged in jail, and on Monday night a mob of white men gathered around the jail, broke open the doors, and rhot two and hanged tbe other two of the four pns oners. flume Iteiui. "All jour own fault If you remain tick when you ran lift Hop Bitters that never Fail. The weakest woman, smallest child, and sk-keat Invalid can uso bop bitters wtib rafcty and treat i-docI. Old tneu tottering around from Rbt-unu-tlatn, kidney trouble, or any wt-aknt-ea will tie almost new by mlng hop bittern. My wifo aud daughter were made healthy by the up of hop bitter and I recommend them to my people. Methodist Clergyman A ok any good doctor If hop Ultteia are not the best family medicine On earth. Malarial fever. Ague and Bilioupnesc, w ill leave every neighborhood a soon as hop hitters arrive. "My mother droye flio paralysis andneu ralgla ull out of ht-r rysteui with hop hit ters." .'(. Onngo Sun. Keen the kidneys healthy with bop bitters aud you need not fear sickness. Ice water is rendered harmless and more refreshing and reviving with hop bitters In each drautfht. lhe vliror of youth for the aged and In. firm In hop bitters. infanta and Children What gives otir Children rosy cheeks, What cures their f event, makes them sleep; Cimtorlii. When Babtefl fret, nnd crv bv turns, What cures their colic, kills their worms. CiiAtorln. Wlint quickly ctiren Constipation, Sour SUmmcli, Colds, Indigestion : Onstorln. Fan-well then lo Morphine B.vrus, Castor Oil anil Paregoric, and HnllCn(nrla. "Cattorin is to well adapted to Children that I recommend it as superior to any medi cine known to mo." II. A. Archer, M.D., 111 Po. Oxford Ft., Brooklyn, N.Y. An aliaolato cure for Rhea matlsm, Sprains, Pain in the Bach. Barns, Galls, Ac. Anin tantaneoos Pain- reliever. Brown's Shaker Fluid Extract of .ENGLISH VALERIAN. For tllteves nf the NEIIVOfB tTSTKM, Is signally emcaclous lu iiei'toin. Irr.tulU n. palpitation of tit heart, neurullu. rl Ii-n.ni f, i irous hcadiiche. hysuirlcs, A-e. i.ls.i I.M l.AMMAiOltV MsKAKS, aculda.liuriia, cuih, sold by all Orupirlfcts. dwted mm m wim, nmw, B. H., Kir:. WM. WILr'oM. I'.CMM SS -VANAUKIC Trade supplied ty VckKsuM .X l:oltlH.'S, ,'. y. NEW YORK HERALD. Welti? EdiUoqjOne Dollar a fear. It ciiit un- ai: t ie i.eri.l m-as nt tin: lii) KdltPiu Of the I!era.;, a . i.a. !'j !aig,... clrrulafoa In tl-t'n-te.l !lt I.idepender.t in Poliucs, it l- :'. t.n.: j'u.ili!e c.r.n'..-;i of p-iiu.'-al Lews In ! the Horn!, ei, partially givl g !hei eiirrrne- and opin- ' lol.s -.f all ii:,rlii s. ,o ih .ii :.jl vlo u -i l kr."Wi, In tie o putf-r.eu' .i! ForeiKL News (h lli-rnj.j t.w alway- U'eri d.'C ngui!ieu l.j lu.J. sea of iti i-:i!iie d-4piitchc4. 'l'he i.-w ir-iiisttlantli j lehvrapi. t-nl.le, will IrcTs.'u".- f i i;i:ie. The Farm Uepirtn.e:,i of It., w .-, i.iy llerala is pru-hca!. it 'oe t. tu- s.iiit, an i do., cut give wild theore. The fa-i:i.-r i-.ill ive 1 Ul:,liir rr re tlun One Dollar a Year froal the tnt stl'in of the Uriu di-p-irtLn-nt alone. .' ci-ncerniug toil, cattle, iro,. iret, bulM:ng. .aril, u- ' llijt. poiiar; ai,d npnciiltura: ximoun ' "The Home" Is-li uu the houe wife aiwl the children 1;, regard to I ei oiiou.ii. aim tR,tefiil tew di.hcs. the la-hloL. and ' the in iHi.j uf home coinor's. In .vJJ,''. ..ii. j- given ' latest r fs-'tsi-f trade atct Produce Markets. the i.im.IUoi. of nioui'y. cn!uuiti uf Miveilau-ous Heading. Poi-try. aVouiplete Story --- r.-k. .Iniirs and A net dots , Siurtlng Kt-w, Popular Soience. Ihe ilu.igi of well ksown Peraousof t'ie Worid. a de partu.ei.t drtuted lo Setmons and Religious Notes. V Wiethe WKEkLT IIKUALD aivra the latest and U.t Xeas t.f the W ild. it la a., a Journal for Uk' Fau.Ly. Subax-rlbe utr .loilar. at any time, fjr a full tesr. ' p.-t?e Prep to any art of the 1". S. or Cacadaa. I Thk Xkw York Huhald a WlkKLT lOSa. Onk Dollar a Year. Mi loKt lil t: Al l-, hsk,i tuf f Lb Piri . Ufa in n am i 1 1 1 VTTlill m 1 1 li M MM l afrTrrmM.i... . 1 Syi-waMi 'A. Head. B. . IIHCOLH, AUorntH at Law SIJ KR IKPH HA LK.-By vin.ieoran mil lion and ree bill. Inunl out of the clerk's e!flw of the Circuit loort of La Halle comity, anil irate of Illi noia. and to me directed, whereby am commanded to make thu amount ol a certain Judgment rwx.ntly obtained aitaln.t William S. Jaekwin. AmI K. .laeliaon and Hiram Jackson. In favor of The Klrst National Hank oi Ottawa, out of lands, tenements. Buodaana rhattelanrthesald WllliaiiiS.Jsi kiu.il, Anizi K. Jack ton ami Hlrair. Jackson, I have levied on tlic following property, to wit: The Southeast Onarter 1 1, ) ot aec ilon Thlnv-ihree In Tawnsiilii Tnlny-two tltt) Noith,. f KaiiKe Three 1 3 ) bast of the Third (Ml IVia elpal Merldlau: also, the Southwest O"iro-ri's)o! the Northeast Quarter ( l ) of said Serilun 1 hlrty-three iS. In said Township Thlrty-tw., SJ, In Ks sire Thren (S( Kat of the Third (3.1) Principal) Merldinu. All the above described i roperty shunted In La Ssl'.e cohnty ami state ol Illinois. Levy made theOili tiny of Janu ary a. i K'3. Therefore, acrnrdlns to the aald command. I hH ex Mwe for sale, at public auction, all Ihe rinht, title and uitcrrai ol i lie aimve numeii William S. .iBtknou. Auial K. lacksoll fltd Hiram .liirkion In and t.i tlim ah.,vn described propel ty, on Saturday, the 2ih day of Jan- Un-Court House Ir OtDwa. f.a Snlle County. Illinois. ion j i. iiwi, ni t cioca r. a., at ine Dorm door ot :neu at Ottawa, 111., tliisscth day ot Pecrmlier Wt . W 11. MII.LIOA.V. decJS-lw Sheriff of La Salle County, IU. LMNAb SHOTLKMKNT.-Kstati or 1 Wish-or o. Clark. Dki-iahio. Kntlii.li hn.hr Kiven to all persons iniervsted In said estate, that tha umlrrslirned. Administrator of thecstate of said Wlr.il. sort), l lark, deceased, will appear belore the Probate Court of the county of La Salle and state of Illinois, at the eoiintv Court IIoufc. In Ottawa, In said county, on Mondnv. the Jlt dav of jsnnarv a. n. lsnl fur thy ntir. poseof renderliiff an account or Ida nrtMiHMltnffft In th rtd'iilnlxtrntloa of suld catate for the Anal at'tttt-menL Pated at Ottawa, this 3Sib day of liecember ISst Ok'OKOK L. Cl.AlilC. Attbst; A. T. BaItilk. Ad!iiinlstraiir Clerk Probate Court. La Salle Co.. III. dei-J-Sw N. KILBURN. llNAIi SK'n'LhMKNT. ITat or 1 Km 1 1. .VI ml Lit. Pki'Kasku. N'otice It l.i-nS.y .tilm iiri at tnr. kiven toallwrmiiis Interesteil in snld estate uniliTsU'ne that the il. Ailmlnlstrutor of the l-!jie nf said Km II mhiiic. neceasco will aprsur before the Probate Court of the county of la Salle and "'ute of Illinoia, at the County Court House. In ottuwa. In said county, obi fiuiiunj, un, ini uny oi unr.unry a. ii. etii, tor uie rurpmi oi n-iiiieriuic au accouai oi nu protts-uinff it, the adiululttratlou of ssld estate lor the llnal aetile-, tucnt. Hated at Ottawa, this VSlli dsv ol December 18S. llfcVRY IIAKTMAN, N. KlLHCRN, Attorney. (decja-Jw) Adminlalratur. NOTK 'K Lstats of Vioi.kt.-aS. Uixdessoi. Pai'SAsan Notice Is hen-liv aiven. that the on derslKutst, Administrator of the etiatn of Vlolettas. neniiviaon, lateor thecountyor LaSalleand Hate ff Illinois, deceaaeil. will as pear before the Prolatr Cnun or tald county on the third Mondty (belnit the luti dayl of Kehrnitry 1NM. at the l'robate Court Uwoin. In Ottawa, In tald county, when and where all person iinvii-K ciR.ma or ticmaims sKSinst aim I'stute ara no titled to attend and present the same lu writing for ad Jusiment. iwiea i nit imu uay oi oecemncr a n. w A. S. IILNPKUSON, th-c?2-3w Adiiilulttralor NOTIt!K. asTATn or Atiia II IlKNnaiwos, Die akkd - Notice la hereby elvcn that the un dersigned. Administrator of the Kstate of Alha II. Il'-nderson, late of the county of LaSalleand state of Illinois, defeased, will Senear before the Probate Court of said county on the 3d Monday (helna the 18th day) of February 1S84. at the Pmuate Conrt Koom. Is Ottawa. In tald countv. when and where all persona havm claims or demandt aicalust aaid estate are notnlisi to attena sun present (lie same in wruing loraiju!niet AJnicu mis inia uii oi iiecemtier a. n. isii. A. 8. IIKNDKIiSOV. dec'JS 3w AdiiiiuLHtrat.f. THE WEEKLY T - fl-1. ' n TT u Has secured a wider known itin nctlon o the ablest, t e most posrerful and the most widely circulated Herman weekly In this mate, ouuide of therltyof ClilenKu. It Is recognized by i iery class und element nt thu worthy i xponent and representative of the irenins and spirit of ihe Oerman population of Central Illinois. Us popularity and great circulation nim-nc Intel II gent ami pmsiieroiis Oermiina bestows upon Its value asan advertising, medium which la not s.sessei by r flj oilier l.erm in Journal lu this part of tho state ol UMuoK CVZWANZIG, Editor. Ottswit.lll.. Mureh 17. IWJ. Chicago, Rock Island ft Pacific Kallroaa. SKW TIME TAB L1C. Uoivo ICabt. So. J. I'wlilc Express aud Mail ' 4 Night Express " S. Kansas City Kxpresa " S, Chicago and On veil port Accoin " 10. Peru Fast Accoiiiuiodntlon " li.St. Paul Kipreta I'rrtQhu Cm ruiiil Pauuiigtrh. " 'M " W " J4 " ' , ti.llNO Wkst. N'o.t. Atlauile Ktprisa ..II. A .. 3 A .. -i.lu a a .. 'i.ssf a .. 7 .it a a ..ll.yi a a .. t .on r a .. S.Wr, .. H.r a 7.46 a a .. 3 Hip a ..I'.'.Maa .. I.5S a a .. I. IMF a .. 7.Ml .. 'J.osr a .1, Mglit M press Milieu iu:o and Kansas City Klornsi .. " ., imvenport Accomniouniuin " V. Peru Fait Accommodation " II, St Paul Express, via Albert Un Frtlgu Carrying t'awtngert. .45a a J us v a Not. ( and 10 arrive In Chicago at III id a m. aud leave Cblcaga st 1.45 P. M. dally (Sunday excepted). Nos. II and l run dally. Including Sundays. No, lis and .10 will have a piiiuK'ngrr coach, carryluc passengers 1h-iws-u .billet and La Salle. No, a and carry passenxert hetaoeu Blue Island and Ia Salle. No carriisi ps-tt f' lietwecn Ottawa and Blue Is land. It. It. Csnt a. On'l Manatter. K. St. .Ions C. K. FKirai La. Oen) Tkt A Pass. A I. Ageut at Ottawa. Chicago, Burlington and Qulncy R. R. TI.MK TABLK. October IMtli. ISSII, Going South. a . . PS Going Nortl. il '75 5 Pass. No. 71 II. Pass. - STATIONS. No.W'Si II ic is Past. ! Paw. No. 70 No. 71 II. i II. I'.a. t.v. . I.V 1.11 tv Cl.n-xgo... l;l.:m M.AS P M. A I .10 s.'i S.1S Sim 14l ij ji ii ."it ;.im Til :m ;.fti YV'3 W.'!S l'i.: 10. M 11. nu ll. C n. i.l 11. VI 11., tl III! 11.'. I ...Aurora.... I ;.Wist Auri.ia. I .'iVf'Kos IliVjiine. f si . .. iswiyii,,,, i-.'i, .Vorkvllle... llMi! Fox ID !. MIllbr.Hik.. ;."H ..Mlllimrtoii.. i.Ts) ...Sherl.Un... ,ii ....Serena I ...Itlukes.... I'sx V i - . w,'il run... 'IMS1--. I'ty'on 4.1k C.lS.l.i P Cr'g 41 OTTAWA I'X .iuili limns h;u. ..Side Track.. a.l! I.u: S.BI H.4I S.1I s:tH .l K I 7.SH 7 Ml 7.4! 7.28 7.1- i a :i H S Sh ''Si S s a 1 4 II 5 .A i.Vf. i.tr. S.i t.M 4.4 I. Si t.W 4. IV l. 3 0 7.60 !l2.02 MV.tlra.id U.dge, S1 3. .l;li-hi.ril,..., S I s .:) : 12.15 . Slrealor... 4 S.SO I S.l i-.i.iu ',iKi i ia aLV pa. i M'lgli t trains c irryitig passengera leave Ottawa as fillo-:. For Fir), 1.10 a. y : lor Aurora. 10. U a. B. : )-.r Slrealur. f l .X . p., X. i.x p. a., and S.lll p. K. vlorniiig train tnakeauloa,. iomht'Iod at Aiiioraha xn pointa e:ist aud w,st. Pulluiiin Pnlai'e Sleeping Curs, c II. ,t o. Drawtai lto.ni .sis, llorton'a lbs:lintng Chair Or, and the C n. O. I'x.Hi-e lUnlng Cara, by this route. All Im'orH isie tioii u!mo! rnte ol r.,re. sleeptng car accoiiuiioua'.loiui iid 'line 'shits all beclosTf.illr given bv ar.nlylcg to i ientral Passenger Aget.t, CliAaro i t lit i v al l.on r i i , riejs. .1. I on sa. (ieneral Manager, i.ilcxgn, :ko. k. KiiK. Agent at ooaww. n i P0BL1HCO ICVElty rsioiT t 44 La Salle Street. OTTA", 11,14., Istlif Onlj (icriiiau Paper in La Salic Coii'jty. A'.eo iietweeu Chicatfo and 7avenport, ai therefore well adupted as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM How Lost How Restored! Just publlihisl, a new edition of Jlr.Oulvris. well'a J.-lelrut,Hl Mswv on the ftijieul curt of SPKRVATtiKSHOXA or SeiuliiAl Weakneaa. Ii.sulua tary Seminal Lotaea. Ispotsxi't. Meutal au.1 Physical Incapacity, Impedimenta to .Varrlagv, etc.. aUvtos at'aPTiox. kPiLKPar an Firs, itduost by seU-lndiil-gem-e or sexual extravagance. Ac. The celebrated anthor, in this admirable eay, clear ly devwutt rates from a thirty years tucmaual ptat;- 1 1 ire. mai ina alarming ooasequeDt.es oi au-ouar auay jba radically cured : polntin out a atode oi rurs at jonra atmiilx, certain and etTeetnal. by nieaaeof wblefe very tuifppaT, no matter what hia rnsdiiioa may be. iav core himself caeaaly. pnvataly and nMatiUg. vr This Lecture should lw la tta be la the bands wf every land. youta and every man. ta the land. Sent, outer teal, ia a nlala eavelofs. to an adtlreaa. Csniral IHincis WscheiiDlati fiakt. oa rscaipt ot all can's w two awahaf ttanna. Addrets i; THE OIJLVXliWELL MEDICAL 00. 4 l Aauit M.'w York. V. Y.: P.O. Bt.