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OTTAWA I IlKK 1KADER; SaTUKUA'V, FEBRUARY 2, 18b4.
5 ttitir txterve rstubli"hmeut on Van Biircn street, th ty took taelr departure for EU'In via lb'; l;uica", Milwaukee and 5t Paul ruitd, ferrlvini; I'lcre a little SeCmr i o'clofk. Ut thU place the Van Dcpoele Corapnny Jave two of llu'lr dynamo ulectrlc uiucLliu-a a a 40 and tha oihiir a 30-liKht mat-hlne. The atreeta are liyliti'd by U tility nlui; lumps, placed upon tower constructed of Iron. Six of these towers are Vil fert In height, each hearing four lampo; and a seventh, located In the ceutra! purl of the city, h IV) feet high, carrying five lamp-. After supper, through the kindness of lion, lieo. S. Bowen, of E'gin, the owner of the plant, the parly were given a l ijih ride around the city, fur the purpose of proving the trutuftilne t the ussiTlion that Elgin is mil llghtid. Tli rough all the principal atrcct? aud by streets they were driyen, am' they all return' d to the hotel firm iu the con vietlon that the proof was positive. The light was flili'Htid thoroughly throughout u'.l parta of the c ity, except in one section, where no claim was made for it. A petition, however, la before the council to have a tow rr erected in that locality, and it i'l proha b'.y be done, when the who!? city will be well lighted. The light obtained fn.ra the Vau I).-poele lamp has a peculiarly soft and pleasing a p. pearance, closely reeiubling sunlight ltMlf, and as 6een from the towers It burns with a steadiness that canuot be surpas-ed, and by it the most delicate tints are ea!y discerni ble. The light can be looked at ith impu nity without injury to the eye, and yet from one of these towers the light is trong 'Miough to be of great aiMam-e 4,000 feet away. The effect, then, of the combined seven towers with their twenty ninx lights representing fiS.OOO candle pwer, can be easily imagined, especially in face of the fact that previously Elgin had :i street lamp-. ''which cost her 16,300 per annum.) and that all with whom cOBversatlon was had, even those opposing the new system, admitted the city was much better lighted, especially in the suburbs, than it was by the old system. Think of what the effect would be In Ottawa, where we have less than M't street lamps! The power that drives the two dynamos is derived from a HKi horse power engine, about two-thirds of the power being used. In Ot tawa we wou'd have the advantage of water power, which is by far preferable to fleam, both for its economy and steadine". The accompanying cut shows a Mm ' W. VAX IIKPOEl.K Kl.ElTHK' .MKHIN'K, hicb is constructed on the simplest princl. plea known to the selenc : of electricity. The field magnets consint of two large coils of copper wire, wound around two soft iron cores, their north and south polt-a facing each other, and between these poles revolves the armature, which la really the most im portant part of the machine. It consists of a trame made of a number of iron bars, each separated from the other: the bars are rivet. t-4 to the inner and outer periphery by two metal rings, several of the rings being placed between the inner and outer layer of iron bars. The construction of the machine is so calculated that the magnetism of the Held can easily reach the wire wound on the in side of the auua'.ure, making every inch of wire iu this armature, pass under the direct influence of the ticld of lorce. It Is said to be entirely unnecessary to provide for venti lation in the machine, since there U no h at geuerated; hence a great saving of power is effected. It is claimed that for 'iO-liht dy. Damns and upwards only about three fourths horse power per light is required that a 4 light machine can lie run by a :!0 hortw pow er. Anion tr the dni;ks for the Van Depoele system are extreme simplicity, ease of man agement w inle in operation, perfect control of the current t' run any uiveti number ol lights up to the full capacity of the dynamo, there being a current regulator, automatic switch and current Indicator, by which ihe current of electricity is controlled and all danger from burning out prevented; and per feci safety in handling the lamps w hile the current is on, to illustrate which John Fyfe, now in the employ of the company, took hold of Doth pole of one of the series of twenty lamps, in the presence of the Ottawa party, and received the full foree of the dynamo without any effect upon himself or upon the light. This claim for safety is a strong one for the Van Depoe'e, the resistance being so light that the current, which Cows in one continuous stream, not pulsating, seeks its own course and is not detected by external callers. Hence their wires, when stretched aloof the street and over housetop, are not considered dangerous in the least. Other cUlmsfor tills system are: the total absence of the riolot rays, making the light diflusive ; a minimum wear upon the machine; econo my, ifce. One feature of the Van Depoele yatcm is that the electric current may be divided, and that both are and incandeceut' light may he produced by the came machine without loss of power. The Van Depoele Company have extensive plants in Lansing, Mich., Winona, More head and Crookston, Minn., Warsaw, Wis., Blooralngton, Sterling, Dixon. Rockford, Free port and Elgin, in this state. Burling ton. Cedar Rapids ana Decorab, Iowa; and in many other place. In Chicago the extensive wholesale house of J. V. Farweli Si Co , which were using of these light when the Ottawa crowd were there, hve since Crrcn an order for iV additional light, Bftkloe a total of 215. Comment Is unnecc; ry Carson. PVIe, eoott Co., Rare Bros., the Sherman House, Lea A Co , and many other user of this system In Chi cago, endorse it highly. They also light the celebrated Panorama of the Battla of Gettys burg, now on exhibition m Chicago the only one of the many panorama In the world that la lighted by electricity, the Van Depoele light apparently being peculiarly adapted to this service. The accompanying cut represent THE llASPAKli AUC LA Ml. The Winona, Minn., HqiMifnn of the Aid ult., speaking of the lighting of the city the preceding evening, says; "It's a success by a large majority." THE CI IV F KI.OIN. Elgin has a live years' contract with a pri vate company for lighting its streets. The company own the plant, consisting of elec trlcal machines, towers, engine, Ac. The city's contract calls for light at least 300 night6 in the year, from i o'clock I', m. (at this season of the year) to 3 a. M . , for which the city pays an annual sum of fO.SOO for the twenty-nine lights; should others be required they are to be furnished at the rate of :!0() per lamp per year. Private consumers arc charged il 50 per month per lamp, the com pany taking care of the lumps and furnishing the carbons. While Major Allen and the council were assembled at the Nolting House, on the eve ning of ttieir arrival at Elgin, Mayor Barclay and a delegation of aldermen made a fritter nal call upon the visitors. Before the gath. erlng broke up the Ottawa mayor returned the thanks of Ms company to the mayor am) aldermen of Elgin, and to Mr. Bowen for the courtesies shown; and also to Mr. Chas. M. Fox, the Vau Depoele agent, w ho was a complete gentleman and sought every op portunity to give the visitors, both in Elgin and Chicairo, all the information they de sired. Since 'returning to Ottawa Mayor Allen has addressed unofficial letters to Messrs. Bowen and Fox, expressing the thanks of himself and associates for the uni form courtesy shown on the occasion of the Visit, and for the pleasures so freely bestowed. All who enjoyen Mr. Fox's hospitality will ever remember him as one they will be pleased to meet again. THE TOW Bit sVSTEM. "What do you think of the tower sjntem ?" is a question frequently asked. The opinion seemed to he general among those who were at Elgin that for lighting the suburbs and resident portions of the city the towers were the best, and required a less number of lights than if they were brought down to the streets. The light, as stated, ia diffused thoroughly, while the light from each tower aids the other sections of the city. In the bnsinsss portion, where the buildings are tall and the light is required directly and strongly upon the streets, the lower lights seem to be belter. However, strong argu ments may be advanced for and against the towers in any or all parts of the city. NOTES. Elgin is a manufacturing town. First in rank stands her watch factory, which em ploys -2,000 operatives, and to whom is paid the sum of ',H),0oo per month, or a little over a million a year. Of these 'i, 000 operatives I4K arc girls; one-third of all arc married; one fourth own their own homes; nearly ail are Americans, and many are counted among the best citizens of Elgin. The factory ia worth about $2,500,000. The condensing factory employs liropera tives; uses milk from ISOOeow. A boot and shoe factory employs 000 opera tives; the Illinois Canning Factory, in its Beaton, from 400 to tVK); Cook's PublUhing Company many more. Many other factories of various kinds might be named that em ploy In the aggregate t everal hundred work, men, all adding their wealth to the little city, that with a population of about 12,oo0 has nearly three times the amount of taxable property of the usual city of the same popu lation. Nine cats of milk, each containing two h Mildred and lif'v I'f gallon cans, leave Elgin every morning for Chicago. Four hundred houses were put up in Elgin during the past year. These facts und tnapy others show a spirit of enterprise that Ottawa might well take home to herself. A Leap Year party was given in L'tica last Friday night. The La Sa'.le Driving Park .VsatK'.intion are getting ready for & meeting on J uly 4th The date for the Mondotn Union Fair mr 14, lin-s been tfxel upon September 1 to titti. Fires were started in the L .salle wi: dow class works on Tuesday; And the work of rebuilding the cover of the tank is in progress. John l)ais w ill act as su perintendent. This i the latest on the Struatnr water works question: "The committee have snbetautially agreed to mk a big well or reservoir in the bottom just beyonj the brit'ge and locate the works there. If the inflow from the rork i not enough to sup ply the needs of the town it cau be added to either by running a pipe to the springs beyond the cemetery or else by bringing water down the river trom the dam. For fire purpose water can be taken from the river Just above the bridge." 1 . . '. I . r .' V ll WW" wJ fiffiffl ma Iwuu lMaiJ FULL LIETE That Doughty Duchess. Opposite opinions aDOUt a Wonderful Woman-Her Thumb and Fingers. Truck nun- w ilh her t'n:,i pt'.' Why. you can't incsn It!" cried a vmiiia tHily urmltiuie nf Hie Normal (.'! !cts bi 'he utmost atonllimeiit. "Ilul I do meal. It," ultlrineil her hl hrolher. h luiil tHken several inr.i III iilliU'lii , "anil I re insert If that CyiiibuiKH. wlleof Puke Krnct, of Austria. coiiM en k mils l!h Iiit llinjcrs and drive imlin into the 'va; with her thuiiili." ' iViint n monstrous woman!" s.ud iho young lady. "What a uifful woman," amended her hiK brother. The Austrian Duchess was iiiIkMY Ufa use she keil KOol hours, kooiI h.iblisand pni feci digestion. Mm. Alien StroiiK. of I'itNburn, I'a.. writes n differ ent story aUmt herself, but deaerves praise for her frankness. Hie says: "For thr past three j ears I have been suh.iei t to ac vere attacks of colic and cramps, ami cvhaustiiiK- attacks of liarr!ini. Weary of expert- nieiitlnn wilh iiiedlciiies. I turned, with nit hope, to l'AKKKH'S TON It', three buttles euml me entirely. 1 have tried It uKo Tor other aliments with which women arc often aillictrd. and It far sur passed my e pei tin Ions, t am happy to offer tb testi mony for ihp iM-tifflt of other wo.nea." Ladies who are Interested In Mrs. Stronu's letter will please remark lhal l'AHKKH'STONIl! Is o Intoxicant, It cures colic easily, but by virtue of many rare and powerful ingredients. Ita!sc muster sll disease of Ihe Blood-such, for ex ample, as Khpumiitlsin, Consumption, Scrofula, and all disorders of the Kidneys, I.Iyer and Stomach. It Is a vitallzeraud stimulant, but nof nn intoxicant, l'rlce. ra eciiu and tl per bottle. Hi-cox A to.. Chemist. Now York. .Ii' A Great Reduction in Prices for the Next Thirty Days on all Winter Goods, in order To Hake Room for Spring Stock, at CHILD & PIIIPPS'. Look for Yourselves. TKIiKIMIONK 113. JOHN T. BURKE, liKAI.KK IN THE BEST BBANFB OF Hard anijoil Coal. Ilnvlnx lutely mlilcil fl A lil (HAL i my 'n k. filmll Lrrp iiiiiMmilly oh IiiiiiiI Hi"' M'nt qu.illTy il' Pennsylvania Harfl Coal. THE CELEBRATED LOCEY COAL Still Made a Specialty. ALSO ( OHS FOR SALK. I will not be undersold by any Dealer in Ottawa, and guarantee Satisfaction in Fvery Case. IF" .iirr on thr rwit ol Columliilfi rtrrri. jutl Hcnwe tit'1 cn) linilK'-; or leave onlT m li I' It K h. PUBLIC SALE. Tlir uiidrrmtfin-d will )! at iutillr Hin llon. m lii, Mldrni '. In Ili- town of Kami UiiV", h iiiii'K north and 2 mil .-s went of Strmlor. and 5 iiillin niiiliri ol lira ml Kl'ltcr, on WEDNESDAY, FEU. i, ciiuinK iicli v i HioVli-k'. tin followinu ir iTty, v : 18 tirad of Imr-en: ." dl bmi N'orn.Kn iinri'.. with f.l; t Norman inar roll. 3 yrnraold: onr Norrmn Xalllon. two yrart ild at ; I pfM work horwu. i urk'ntrolti.VH'x. roaJtrrH: 35 Head of Cattle, ruuiiitlnof 1I hrd of ThoroUKhlirrd Sliorthnrn- i Thuronglibrril -.hurthorn Hull, ilicothcni hiitli (rradr: V) hvml of hualk ; i tiuhel nh1 corn j S waicuni: i huKalrt: and a ItrRr amount of fanning tool, ronti.t inn nf nrtina- il'. rultlvator. dray, rtr. Aio a quantity of hay Hi ttark. Tfk or SL.'t. T'-n montlia' tlmf: if paid when due without lnt-rr"t. If not paid 1 ir rrnt. from iUf until naul-i Hutraof 5 or under cusli. Z. 0. JACKSON. If. H. Mtl. Aunrr. )aa2 1 OA 4 T) 1?C Iroprovwl, tu uilli from YJX) AvIVrjO, town. The bait baj-nin In 1 . 1 1 - ..... . . I . n.T . W . i , 1 1 a ii . L .1 . fl I nil. Kull partiooiar mriilabr4 b lilt f l dll'DU West of New Court House, YOU WILL ALWAYS FIND A OK School Iiooks, Miscellaneous Hooks, Hooks of Travel, Books of Fiction, Juvenile Books, Family Bibles, Pocket Bibles, Braver Books, Seaside Library, Lovel Library, 1 lumboklt Library, Standard Library, Dally Papers, Weekly Papers, Magazines, Blank Books, Memorandum Books, Pass Books, Composition Books, Photograph Albums, Autograph Albums Scrap Books, Pocket Books, Engravings, Picture Frames, Brass Plaques, Artists' Materials. Cribbage Boards, Chess Men, Plaving Cards, Ami in.uo ollii'i i'W..! in thrir ltin iiiiiiin.bli' ! (II IIM'Hlloll ill llll llllVl'ftiM'llll'Ut. Their 11 ill t lc. kcrp I ! X l I lit Ml IK Hint ll I 111' KST I'UH'KX. 1 H; 1 U l L I HAMUlK.lilttlKp nil flnrt nut Ire. All ii rr Invltril in live ti- :i mil. KiKpri'tnilly. HAPEMAN & GRAHAM. SPECTACLE. Iu Name and Popularity are accounted for as follow : Itx trin nil' nrr lUt rnnl and rurved xilitlilly at llir tip, iiiiikiim Ihrm ult fa-ler to Hie lieml limn the ordi nary Htylrn. , 4 , Tliry arr aUoof extra IriiKtli o aa to grap thr lirad lirlilml Iik w liltMt iiortlon, and tnuf hold f rmly Hull a (irmly. Mrrl ol Ihr IllirSt trlllprr la ll d. Tin- lirldKe i nmdr of varloim lirlxlila and Ihr Irnara of dllli'rriil Kljrs, thus liiMiilnt! a prnrrt lit furrvrry Tlirxr iliinrnxion tirnltfx mid lrnara urr inpri'lullv ll ubiii ) In 111 Kocal Spretiirlm. Only llril quality lrn' arr i I In thr nbovr ta de, iih In all iliroihrr palrnt linen of Hik .Ioiinhion On ir 1. ( ., Im luilliiKllirir "I'uli iil Kaav-KlltliiB I'.yr IIIhw " 'i'liieiit 111 Mrlalllr Biiri tiiclr anil Kye Ulam." iiihI "I'Hlrnl ftiplllarv Kye.ilaa." Tlie.loliimtnn I'litent Oplieal limplrlr Kr Mrirr In Hirn a pel P i t lit of Ii-iibi-h lo nuy eye. Hie rl:rlit lo ur the meter hm lieeh ni-ured rsrlir-ivi ly ti Ihe un drralKiinl, who la nlo aide aitrnt lor Ihr above imined Sprrtiirlr. ( all n'ld have your Kyra H ated iy Hi t ,elrr, lllid arr ir you arr ualtll! lilil-ox'a adapt I'd to your ym. II HI coat you nollilliK for Ihr trial. R. H. TRASK, .1 iw k lk tt ash i ip run an, tl Liii-alle M., . ,'i! iloor norlh of City Urn Stole, i nova Oi r , Ii.i.inuim. THOS. SPENCER, DEALER IK Boots mill SiBS AND RUBBER GOODS. LailifH' I 4-Hutton Shoes, 1 Si. lo. Misses i:Mtutton Shoes, $1 .50. Ladies' Serine Hulton ami Laee Shoes, cents. Ladies Fine Kid Slippers, 50c, 81.00 and 81.25. Misses Fine Side Lace Shoes, 8l.-", 8i"',, a,M' 81.75, for merly Mild at $1.1 5, 8'3.O0 and 8'J.'a!5. CALL AND SEE. Sll Kit IP r I jl'i. iJ virtue 01 an exvtt lion and fee bill. I.aued out of the clerk', other of tt.r Circuit Court of la halle comity. nd t'r of IMi nols. and t nie illrw-ted, w ben by I am i-.iiiitnsiiile.l toinake ttw amoniil -I certain Juilprtirnt pint:y i, la aim d aralnat Itirhunl .1. Fulettn. in favor of lieorpe l. I'arker. Alfn-'-h-ott and llerla-rt s. Oiltart. partm-r. e.. aa II S. lililiert A l o . out of land, true nieuia. p-aal and rhattela of said lilchard -I. Kailerti a. I have leWiM on the f.iilowiup profa-rty. to wit: Kt Half ( i of the 8outh:iai W -arter i of IVs'tion Sev en i "i. Township Thlrtv-four i H i, Itanpe Three , 3' Fast of the Third ,li rnnc'lpsl Meridian. All of the aboye rtracrlhca! propertT beinp and tltuated in La Halle con ty and 1'ate ol IlllLui. Levy inaitr the lltti day of .fannary a. i 11. Huhjert t a luorttfaar" for live hundred dollar. Therefore, arrordlnc to the .aid command. I .! ei piaie (or aakf. at public auction, all the ripbt. tub- and luterrsi of the above named Ko hard J. Vuliertoii in and lo the above dearrlbed proprity, ' eiaturuay. tbr ai day of February a. d. l-. at 1 i ba-fc r . at tbe north door of Ibe Court Houae. Iu Ottawa. L Hal e county, lillnol. Dated at UMawt, 111 . till lat day uf Tl.rory !. K. MUXloAV, 1r )Am 'LrT'JT of La f'l CucLty Li. urn " v. i THE 1 01 T STffl Will Placo on Sale this Week Many of the Host Desirable Goods from tho Chicago Store of C. A. Coutant & Co., BOTJQ-HT AT SHERIFF'S SALE, At About 30 Cents on the Dollar. ThU entire stock, aniouiitinu to 114,C':i.!0, was purchmed for Mr. McCahe at Shcritl's SkIi and U well known to tie one of the best Ai-lcttd stock In Chloapo, and to cotiBinl of the rk'hcut atid choh'i'st good to he found In home or foreign markets. T'jcte will he SPECIAL BAEGAINS OFFERED IN EMBROIDERIES, HOSIERY, CORSETS, MUSLIN UNDERWEAR, LADIES' AND GENTS' MERINO AND WOOL UNDERWEAR, GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS, SHOPPING BAGS, MILLINERY, RIBBONS, PER KU ME UY, SOAPS, TOILET ARTICLES, ETC. THE NINE CENT STORE, 57, 59 i 61 USaile St., opposite the Postotfice. uve:r,s. jdr. WILL VISIT OTTAWA. BY REQUEST. Wednesday, Feb. 30tli; Kemaiiiing until Saturday, 3 V. M. Parlors at the flirt nn Hotel. i. a i v v .Ut.-d.7. 'ff"r .r i. i m b avi ml'mmJ ... -.'.t tlRS. Dr. .(ecu's Infirmary, Tor. Sixth and Brady The Doctor'a r'iiihrkil!e huc'i-so warrantM the most pki'i-t'CHl in applying for iufoi -iutl.nr K... oloworiillf irltriiti Wirt W U H li t Hi lit viivtiiiuiij k,ii'i-i Consultations and Examinations Free to All. In the treatment of nearly 2,i Wl .atieiila In the past y,.;ir. our ren.nl ahow a scaler prirriila:' of beiirili Inn he name number uudrr any oihrrawrinol mrillelnr. Ken ilwr liia lart I "llll lll' I)sKsKS - Kprei.ltle of CiLlnrrti. Deiifnran, Throat and l.imil DlriM-. Liver Slut Kidney a ,' lindan'rWiulrl ouipl;!!!!!. Thr periuitiiriirr ot ir. Keck eur.a I wrll eahiliMahnl, and evl ilr'n r.1 liy'imrh a the follow Inn l. tln a, like lileh many rould lw KHen If upaer would allow' : STItONt! KVlllKNCK OK A PKIIKKI'T I I UK IT IIIIMK. A NKW VOIt K I'l.AINI.V SI'K.IKS. M HHKil.i I i.l... Pee. J.I. Ism. I. Mh ta. K ki k- I frri it my duly lo you and to I hoar nllerlnic aa I did to let them f: ow how you ured mr. Kor over ten year I had hern troutileo Willi tin- w rat kind of lek headac he; I eolild not rldr ny illalunee a ilhouteomliiK home ah k. mv bead pear'y buratinii and ln.iiit lo vomit. What I threw up ' very Jul irr. That w:ia the only rrlief I ruiild pel . I he lnt year ln lore 1 beifiui jour fTe iiioeni I was troubled mil, ai.vrrr lialha lielwr. II In V shoulder lld thr ainall of my bai k. 1 bad i itrrni ninny uiui irui om ion Without ueeeaa My lillabiiliil nelallmled llir to plai-ei inyself under your rare, winch I din the liih ol May, K8j It has now breii over one rnr tlnrr I hud u el r nick headaehe. I had arvere itl h on Ihr top ut my bend- II aorr from pain: t Ills all gone, und I am' not troubled w iih u.y bouldera or bm k any more. I ran rulr loiia-dlaiaiu r rhjoy a day. and rr i turn home frelliui none ibe w.irae a U.inii I rmild hot do for several year Some pet diarour iifrd alter dorl.iniiir a aboit time and quit, taylnp they arr worse than when they In pan I know II Is dlwouiainp In thrae old rbroiib- dleaea. I uard to l til ii k I wa no Ir-inr. but my liu-haml w uid elieollllipe llie by Having tie knew I Wl Is llrr . o I fol lowed dins Hons elotely und baiW m iiiednlne rrpu larly. .S'ow I rn aen and enjoy Hie tn-m ttts ol perr M-raiu'e. Mime m it enat s neb. My nrt bill was 1 Vi nlui ll prew is. -ery liiue until It was only ,a eentr We don't la-pnelpe the nioney paid out. roiiaid rrlnp what benefits we haye reeeivnl. Ai y person wiahlnp to imiulre further into lint in ti ler will eall on or aiidreaa Vonr reiKs-t fully. Mils. U K. I'KHUH.ollIi TO Till': I I Itl.lC. l.K Kur. MeI.eun I o . Ill . Ni.v Isk: i Kor about lltl. en vrara I waa ilniibie t it M-arrely- anylbliig without tiir pn aii-at -llairr.ain my Xon.aiii. often voiintlnptbe wboiruf my meal lor week at a time, when Hot voMiltllilMhr moal uitriiM' burnilia and apony Iu my aiuinaeb. I or . y. ral )r.ir I I. ad a w'atiil iiam In in) left elu-at. In a iai e us larp. aa the palm of , i.ai.ii lii ists I tin amr dro!leil and lilna "I. un -I Ipr.-w wurau. in ll wlr-n I laid down I would seem iu, ! ainother nrarlv to death, and my h-art trounied no- yeiv nun h. t outd only lay on mv un a. -'irij eer 1 flllleh iroiloie w un linn'-, i K' " ' in""' i. ii- i i from nied'i lnea until I applu'd to Mrs. In-. Kis k in I isvi. By u-iiip her preacripiloiia I have is roine entire l Weil. .1 1. I IU ac ir'lllll" -.1 - ."ii" . - - t'iroupll the telllpb- W hlch 1 hid Ireulienl.V for )eai Ttila fall I l.uve ia-n tilllnp my ra-in. haiiniip tile, lei FOK 11.L fl.HI ATi:. Si ; i pq1 pATAinmiF prpf MUUT UniHLUUWL I IIUI. rOOl SEdS, ail n a mm cinl tllllf'I ftllt. n I n Mill Ji ubi. RUSSELL & SON i Mr V vj; 2 35 37 La Nalle Street. if' " ' ' I f ' :'" I i A A A ' I A A ,X . 1A? W I M-' EMiH J mjw: tfMii n Entry .f , -iv r -. "i . .'.v-.,m mmm StM Davenport, Iowa. worklnp In the diti b for ten days, anil my hand and arma in water a nsd d's-p, and leel no bad elbrta from it - ranhl no cold. My fililllU th'liphl I e.ill!d not ie op when I flral i -iiiie lo Mr Mr. Kn k. and I had to pive up work, but now I hiii ln arty apuiu: I ran work with any of the lsiy. thoiiph lam ni ai i aivij four. Mia. Ki-ek also Hired my daiiphtrr lloaa ot drafnra. and riii.nliipof thr rara. mid w a I, ltinp. Iu IMsl, ainee w lili b 1 1 in.- abr baa takrii no niedn me. nor hvve 1 luerli-il rrbruaiy. ami bnili remain writ 1 hvarll!) ler, ,nilu, nil Mrs. Ir. Keek tothealek It. apei Hiilly. KOIII IJ'I" oI.I.ISs 1K1I AI.K TKOt lll t:. ni un i, l.u Hull.- Co.. III.. M i) 5. 'Si Mi;, im Kk k- Imu c ii'iiil I f' i l II in v uuiy to tliti eutli' Inp public to make kr.i.wn what ymir valua ble iinslleitii a an 1 advier have dot,r lor tnr. I have Mol la i n ao wll for v ear a ! preent. It ha now hern iiiiii- luirillis suit e I i-a.k y-.ur ined'i'lni. und 1 Mill feel real well. I w a- aificted w ill eaiurrb ni ihe ueail. and also f mil tnu b -. ,1 i!h- i.rsi kind . eiiiild not rel well of niplita. si vere pain in -Ide ami bark. h i. very tnileh di UI-italed illmer. I eiiliai'ketiltiii a'y Tis-, nun lend yulir tl r tinei,t lo all aiillerllip. A li v person d.mbtii.p Hit- -I.V' re'lit will pit-a-e nilil'-e.a or e-ii: ..n me. rt-yi-i-'i voiira. Mils A. K. I'.KI NK. I' o l!,n l'Jrt. Ml UK KVKS. Itl-KI l.t.Ks. IJI Mllle In . fl.. Ill') .'lib. VI. Mn. I'll Kn K I'ffir I, i. linn. I leel ii in) duty to ill wliobiive litt;e elilldreii a'llii led with sore ry to i-t tin ai know how one we 'ium- ill i-ur i w ha. las-n Is liei'.li-d. slni'c Hie ilr' of last I ice n its r -he haa been troiibleu with uraiiulaied nn , a. i aiiaed at that nine by mil tiniiiattun -! tie Iniua und ii.-wi-!a. They w.-rc yety bad She e.ili'.tti'l Is ir the ilpl t at alii Htnr. I'l.e i-yi liila a.-ie yi ry iiiiii Ii ll rt 'lo,-.! and red. ialnliiir her tri Ib r feet and leind. ai le a void a b e iu the wn'iiH-st weather Si r ws vrry .is,r and Itiin in tli-h. niilv weipi Inr I,' iN.iin'a. a ui was I! mttnlll 1. We employ d a-yrral or the l-t pbvsl- eiat'a wlibout any ts-in-tl'a. lb-ad, up of your wonib rful i-urea, w.t itnpinsl lo tail on v- ii 1 waaio-ee i,,ii -Ium- ?m. la',, mid re- .-eivid tbe tlrsl liii'dl.-llicv' After lo!'-.w'll I llll .lirec , I, ,1k i, lie week Ibr i li i Id i oubl ee by tnoiip the shade of a preen ami taUllie'. llll, I at till- rtli"iJ -In- ' f'" lltlp p.a.ll. WeiphlllP IM.Illiili. :l Haiti ol !M a ,lini! in one month, shr t an arr a iaal ai. .my prr. ii. I mi surn 1,11, 1 l,e not laa'H relieved a.tl alie aollld have lol her .ye aiuht and la-en ruined for mo Vi y one doiibtinp Ibl- at iteinenl will call Ii of a.bln Ilon'iel. Veiv rr is-etru'.lv (i I'AKTIIIlHiK IBLEY'SEEDSv i AM. SIIU.S AM. VHnVH.f - V A. Rn,-huctur NY Phlraa-w IU. w w. "w.n.-.v. , ... . mm. IH4t FURCIITURE. The oldest House, The largestStock, xuc uwov V CA-1 vj Of Goods in this Line in La Salle County. FNDERT1KING AS I'SfAL.