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MKH. ELI.KN SlIAVr.li, K1TI To her rest tli-y gently UM ll('r' In Die nrin of him w ho gave; Sim will bit!'-,mt "ot f"r,,vur- In the ("' ",,,t K'"'IV' j,,lm. t wst, on heavenly mountains, ,- ,,ore need of wii'difnl eure, N- ,iore need of unxioin moment!, No inure aches and pain to hear. Think how patiently hu suffered, Think of niroiiy untold; Think f her now a dwelling In the S ivloiirV )otles fold. Tho' your heart U hlced'mir, hu-l.und, Tho' her chair w ill vacant he, See her tiindinif with the anifcW, Hoidiiiif the ifalc ajar for thee. Maudie, in that Wright, eternal city Death can never, never conic; There your inainii w aits to reet you, L'p ill Heaven, her happy home. Tho' you Madly iii'ihs her, Tho' you often weep and null, Jous say, "I"", ' "lue unto me," In that beautiful city on liii:ll. Mother, father, mMit, In-other, Trust in Him who dwell- on hiu'h, Mourn not. for he has promised Von !.h!ill meet there I'.v and by. fie has called for many loved ones, You have seen them leave your side; You will meet tlnm with your Saviour When yon, too, have crossed the tide. Evt, Rutland. . -.s On the Fly. Kmi'okia, Kan., Manli 'i't. If you will allow me I will once more take up a little of the space of the Tuadkk and write of other pints of Kansas which I have visited since writing you from Caw ker City. Honrilliijr the train early in the morning, after a ride of wine 40 miles on the Kansas Central, Concordia was reached. Of all the roads in Kansas I think the K. (.'. is the worst, as far us accoinniixlations for the traveling public are concerned. Krm Concordia the Kcpulilican Valley branch was taken to Junction City, and feveial of the towns along the line visited, iind tine little cities they were too, especi ally Clay Center, the county seat of Clay county. Although one of those gentle Kansas breezes was howling and shrieking around tho corners and up the streets, blowing clouds of dust into your face, no matter which way you turned to escape, the streets were crowded with people and teams. The place itself is a model little city, )ossessing some very tine brick busi ness blocks, two or three lirstclass hotels, and two as live newspapers as there are west of Kansas City. I doubt if there is u richer or more fertile section of country in the state than that bordering the Hepubli can river. From Junction City Abilene was next visited, n miniature metropolis. That you may judge of the extent of business done in this city, I will say that the stock of one uf the leading merchants here invoiced this last winter $ HSO.OUO. The name of the men-hunt is J. K. Ilonebrake, and his iilace of business covers half a blin k. It would take a very large eastern city to Hip)ort a firm like this, and yet Abilene has less than 4,MH) population. Manhatten was the next stopping, a very enterprising little city, situated at the junction of the Blue with the Kaw river. If your humble wrvunt ever regretted not being a "good Hhot" it was here, as the rivers were full of geese and ducks, and the hunters were having splendid sport. From Manhatten the next jump was to Topeka. The depot is situated in North Topeka, the city proper being a mile or so Koiith; and I would say right here that if any of your renders would fully appreciate the capitol ami largest city of Kansas, to ride up town in a street car. If they should happen to walk up the long grade to the city, no amount of grandeur in the t-hape of stately buildings and lofty spires will arouse their wonder or appreciation. Well, the best comparison I can make is that Topeka is a young Chicago. The legislature was in session, and a fine, intel lectual looking body of men they were too. At present the capitol buildings consist of two structures, but the additions, when completed, will make a very imposing pile of masonry. I think the La Salle county court house would discount either of the huildiiurs as they now stand. About a third of the IHiimliition are colored, and quite a number of the Mliee are negroes. Monday morning early it was not bright, but cloudy and misty, it having rained the previous night we wended our way through the mud and mist to the Santa Fe dcxt to take the train for this place Kmjioria. KiiiH.ria contains in the neighiMirhood of N,UlO souls. Its buildings both business, private and public, are sub t-tantial, and many of them quite elegant Its btreets are well laid out, and a few- weeks ngo street cars were introduced, giving it every appearance of a flourishing young city. The Normal school building hx'ated here is one of the finest edifices in this part of the shite. KmMria is rapidly grow ing, as are almost all Kansas tow ns One thing that strines the trawler through Kansas is the absence of inanufac 'oles in her many cities and towns. Ami another thing that strikes some pretty hard is the difficulty exierienced in get ting anything to "wet one's whistle" in the way oi a "Hcnnoner" or beer or whisky straight In most or the smaller towns in toslcating liquors cannot lie procured at any price, which is very lianl on h reallv thirsty man. Consequently few prisoner are found in county jails in counties w here drlnklnir Is most prohibited. The weather has been very pleasant for the past few weeks, and to-day is lovely, overcoats being oselesg. Home fine rains ha fallea during the put week, and the winter wheat and rye along the road look splendid. The crop prospects were never -. better than at present, consequently Kansa people are happy. All for the present Very respectfully, Dike. From Cleveland. Ci.kvki.anii, 0., March 23, WV Deak Fkke Thaokk: Wherever my sojourn Is, it always seems perfectly natural for me to sit dow n in the midst of my sight seeing and chat with the Fiikk TitAPKii about it. I find that fickle March Shows no preferences and visits Ohio in much the same manner as she does Illi nois, with one day a smile and on the next a frown that chills one to the very marrow. However, Saturday was oik of the bright davs and gave one an opportunity to judge of 'the beauty of the city of Cleveland, the s,.,. 1 city of Ohio in extent and popula tion. Almost the first question a Cleve lander asks a stranger Is, "Have yu been on Kuclid Avenue?'' And Euclid Avenue on a bright dav, even in this trying month, is surely worth seeing. All seemed bent on improving the fine day yesterday and the avenue was crowded witli lovely chil dren, aged men and women, and last, but not least, some of the fairest daughters of Ohio, not in "pristine garb and mien," by any means, but in clothing rich ami lovely. Cleveland claims, I believe, inoro than 200,000 people, and is at present, as you well know, under Democratic rule. We attended a party on Wednesday ui.no. given by the young democrats at their club rooms in We-t Cleveland. Ihere we inn . . i i. ..)..- ..f the mayor of the city, a young mu o' ... not more than thirty two years and holding a very responsible M.sition. His business ... . 1.:... frj.in umilillfr cares (lid not jirewiu nun .- np.,11 the ladies and even enjoying the imi.y waltz with them. Another young politician met is City Clerk Salem, u young man of only twenty-two years, but a person of ability and energy who is much ad mired in the city. Several other prominent men were pres ent and made short Hitical speeches pre vious to the dancing, most of them endors ing I 'ay lie for the coining presidency The most brilliant speech of the evening was made by the young and promising at torny Hisely, who stumped the state of Ohio for Hancock. To be brief, the party given by the "kids," as these democrats are named here, passed off III a most enjoyable manner. There are a great many points of interest In and about the city which are to be visit ed later on. Meanwhile I must not forget that "brevity is the soul of wit," and even the agreeable chat with old friends must have its ending. And where I am "the shadows of the evening hours fall from the darkening skv." Farewell for a time. Ci.kvki.and, March III. Dkaii Fkek T11 ui:h : Since my last letter was written I have had a slight ex perience in sugar making. On last Satur day my gallant old friend, the Captain, in formed me there was a treat in store for us. Adam Ager, otherwise known in the viciu ity of Cleveland as "Old Uncle Adam," in vited us to come out to his farm anil from there we would join a party of other city people to go to the sugar camp anil eat hot maple syrup and have a good time general It is almost superfluous to add I was ready for the fun. We drove out west of Cleveland aliout eight miles on the plank road, what was formerly called the Detroit road, and n-aehed Uncle Adam's at two o'clock. There we found a lively crowd gathered lioth from the city ami country. Uncle Adam informed me that he had lived on his farm since lie was two years old, and consequently was pretty well known in that region. I found that the Lord had blessed him w ith four daughters, the jolliest .specimens of womankind Imairlnable. I think if I were to travel the state of Ohio over from the lake to tlu river on the south no finer, brighter speci mens of fanners daughters could be found. We had encountered a keen, chilling wind from Lake Frio on the drive out and our appetites were in fine condition for the ham and eggs, flaky brow n bread and hot coffee which was cooked and served by Uncle Adam's daughters. Then came the preparations for the picnic at the sugar camp. hen the eataliles anil The peopit were snugly packed in the .carriages sev eral voices shouted, "Hurrah for the sugar bush," and off we all went. We had a drive of four miles, and 011 tin way I became acquainted with that de lightful mixture known as Ohio clay w hich in some places insisted upon cover Inir the hubs of the wheels, lint no amount of yellow clay could counteract our appetites for sweets just then, so we toiled 011 and reached the camp in safety. We found a sugar house to cover our heads from the wind, a bright, warm wood fire to cheer us, and huge kettles of boiling sapti warm the inner man if desired. Nothing astonished a green Illinois specimen like myself so much as when the gaunt hoosicr like woman, who handled the ladle and did the stirring, said to me In a high pitched voice: "That 'ere kittle 's got hint bar'ls of sap (I wish you could hear lit say sap) in it, an' it'll bile nigh onto three days 'fore it's sugared." 1 really am at a loss to decide whether I was more pleased with the sap or the woman that stirred the sap. Each one sat down around the fire with a sauce plate of warm maple syrup, and, of course, we rapidly became sweeter and sweeter. One old Scotchman, of the city party, ate so much that it seemed to make him silly, and lie ended by spilling a dish ful of hot syrup down the front of his wife's seal sklu cloak, on my ulster, and covering hisJAn tic overshoe. The sjort waxed warmer and wanner until every one seemed to me to be acting his verv funniest. The dinner was eaten with a relish, and when the hour came for leaving and We had to say gwxlhye to Uncle Adam. I wished down In the bottom of my heart that "sugar bushes" and "Ager families" were more frequent in my own state. - AKDit.' A PITA L CIIKONICLKS. LATEST GOSSIP FROM WASHINGTON. Til House 1'asse the Hill to iteu.re Trade-llolUrt MeHsure to Malta Small Coin a l-f Kl Tender iu Any Amount. A TKST OK TIIK SKNT1MKNT OK TIIK llofSK. Washington, April a. 'I he "Irade Dollar" bill just passed by the House provides that until January l, is, United States trade dollars snail iu received at their face value in pay ment of all dues to the United States, and shall not be attain paid out, or in any other manner issued ; that the holder of any United States trade dollars, on presentation of the same at the office of the Treasurer or any Assistant Treasurer of the United States, may receive In exchange therefor a like amount ami value, uouar ior uoiiar, in standard silver dollars of tho United States; that the trade dollars received by, paid to, or deposited with tho Treasurer or any Assistant Treasurer or National de pository or tho I niteu unes sunn inn m mil. or in anv other manner Issued, but at Ihe exK'iise of the United Skates shall be transmitted to the coinage minis ami re coined into standard silver dollars. The fourth section, providing that trade dollars rpenined into standard dollars should he deducted from the amount of bullion to be coined hv the remoneti.ation act was strick en out, Jill to 11. There was originally issued ot mine dol lars av.iriO.oou. Of this number -.ji.miii.iwu were exported and employed in the Kasteru trade, being held principally in China. There is estimated now to no in eirciiiauon in this country less than s.ono,O00. Quite n number of these are simi-oscd to have been gathered by siieculators af a debased price, in anticipation that Congress at some day would redeem them at their face value. TO MAKK KKAflloNAI. COIN' I.KOAL TKNUKIS. Senator Maxey proposes to offer an amendment to the House bill for the retire ment of the trade dollar, providing that aft er January 1, lhs:,, trade dollars and frac tional coin shall be sent to tho mint as fast as they are debited in the Treasury and coined into half-dollars, each containing auii '4 grains of standard silver, these new coins to be legal tenders for all public or private debts. It also provides for the re coinage of quarters ami dimes Into new pieces which shall be leual tender for all imblic and private debts. Silver certi.l- cates based on these new coins are to tie issued in the same manner as now in the ease of silver dollars. TIIK IT1II.K' 1KIIT. Washington. April -X The redueticn of the public debt during March amounted to 8U,'J:iS,!i'-'4. The decrease of the debt since JuneJto is $M,Nt8.3s:$.tw: Cash in the Treasury (iold eertlHculits ..f4(e.H7.VL'Il . . loi.iiii.wi .. llii.tos.l,;! .. I'lIT'i.!) .. :to5.4OO,0O0 .. atii.iisi.dirt ti.!i4,:il5 Silver cerlillcaies Certillcates of deposit... Kct'umlinir certillcates. Leval tenders Fractional currency WllhAT STATISTICS. V rcnort iust mads to Congress by Statis tician Dotlge, of the Agricultural Depart ment, shows that the stock of wheat on hand Is 1 l'.l.OOO.uUO bushels, of which 4,500,- 000 bushels are in Illinois, U, 500,000 bushels in Iowa, 7,500,000 bushels in W isconsin, and t:i,500,000 bushels in Minnesota. con 1 : KSSIOX At r hock e ni sos. In Hip Senate on the Jtlst ult a petition was ni-HHenled askitnf compensation to citl.enBtf Kansas for property uesiroyeu mine 1 - enne raid of ls7s. David J. Hiewer whs con tinued as Judxe of the Eighth Circuit, n the House a resolution was ottered by Mr. McliolS remiestlnif an inquiry into me eircuii Ktauces of the riots at Cincinnati. Anionif the I'lhs introuueeu ra- ,n folluwinK: by Mr. Tecl. ifimitlmf ritrnt of way through liitliun lerrnory iu mo Pacific & Ureal Eastern uaurowi n"ui"ji t,v Mr. Kaason, to repeal the internal revenue nix on tolmceo a-iil tlie .IKtil ailon of apples and peaches; uv Mr. Ellis, to equalize the taxation ot domestic and foreiKn insurance companies; liy.Mr. Klnjf, appropriating MW, Otm tor the relief of the sufferers from the Mississippi lie o is; ly Jir. uraves, the appointment of a Mississippi Kivcr Com mission. Tho Trade Dollar bill was taken up and debated. A him. was Introduced In tho Senate on the 1st by Mr. Hill to make irold and silver certifi cates legal tender. A bill for the relief of the Joannette survivors was passd. Discussion of the Education nill was resumed. Generals Grant and llcale were tendered tho courtesy of the floor.... In tho House hills were favor ably reported for the naturalization of the descendants of aliens who scried honor ably In tho army; authorizing tne service of proco'scs of Federal courts within the limits of Indian reserv iitions; to provide for the inspection of live stock, Iiok products and dressed meats, anil to prohibit contracts tor me moor oi ri-m-iui prisoners. The bill to redeem the trade-dollars was passed lS'.l to ttl -itt'ier the erasure of the fourth section, which provided thai they 8I1011UI he counted in the compulsory coinaire. Mr. Hopkins, of the special committee 10 in vestigate Ihe chances airainst II. V. Iloynton, submitted a report accompanied by a resolu tion ileclarinir tlml the chantes against Mr. Iloynton were not sustained by the evidence, and that there was no ground for any further action by the House. In the Senate oil the 2d corrected creden tials of Henry It. Payne as Senator from Ohio were pie-ented. The Education bill was further debated ...In the House a recess of fifteen minutes was taken to receive General Grant, who leaned on a crutch at the Clerk's desk and was introduced to nieinliers by Speaker Carlisle. A messiore t'l-om the I'resi deifc' was received. i'couiuiendiu,r an appro priation of yiim.uui for the protection of levees nil 1 In- lower Mississippi. , A Great Fire. 1m)NIon, April A destructive tire itarted in Paternoster row yesterday after noon among the great p. iblisliing houses and burned for four hours, despite the uuited efforts of twenty-four lire companies. Some tw elve huxe buildings containing book-binding and publishing establishments were en tirely destroyed. The Religious Tract So ciety's handsome building was also burned. One publishing firm lost a large collection of manuscript music. The loss will be ful ly il, 000,000. Entered lor a Long Tramp. Nkw Yoiik, April :t The entries for the pedestrian match at Madison Square Gar den closed Tuesday at the olllce of the Trtrf, Field nnd Farm. They are as fol lows; Charles Kowell, Patrick Fit.gerald, Robert Vint, George D. Noremac, D. J. Herty, Frank II. Hart, Peter Napoleon Cam pana and a half-breed called Nitaw-Ee-Ebow. The competitors must make five hundred and twenty-live miles to share in the gate money. The race begins April 2'J. Stung to Death. Hrt.ksa, Ark., April 3. The great pesta, buffalo gnats, are killing stock to the value of thousands of dollars. On the plantation of John Klnchcomb, in Wentern Mississip pi, they recently killed seven head of fine mules, and on other plantations where they bad not built tmoky fires and greased the anlouUa several wore mules were lost In tneote quantities of deer and .wild nmo art being aliot In the high lands ot Arkanaa, that are endeavoring to escape toe pesta, MINOR NEWS ITEMS. For Werk Kndvil April 3. 1) llean. who became, lusan from brooding over the Crouch tragedies, died Friday, at Spring Arbor, Mich. Dining the mouth of February of this year the exports from the United States ex ceeded the imports in vaiue u,,jui,o.h. The hardware store of George E. Hub bard at Grand Haven, Mich., valued at $.10,000,000, was burned at daybreak Sun day. On circumstantial evidence Andrew J. Korner was convicted at Indianapolis Satur day of murdering his wife and sentenced to death. General Luard. commander of the Cana dian volunteer forces has torwarded hif resignation from England, w hero he is now located. Jesse Williams, a negro from Texas, was on S turdny executed at Calgary, North west Territory, for killing a merchant named .lames II. Adams. A line of through I'lillnian coaches be tween Chicago and t Igden will be established at once by the Itock Island, St. l'aul 4 Northwestern Koad, running alternately. Charles L. Kusg, editor of a weekly paper at Mtmzano, N. M., was assassinated by un known men. While a resident of U-ad-ville bo made over $100,000, which ho soon lost. Three of the Wagner Festival artists, Matcrna, Winkleinan and Scaila, have taken shipping for America, and will arrive there about April 7. They will apjrfmr In Uostou Apiil 14. At Trumbull, O., Friday evening, after James Gilford had returned from his wife's funeral, Newton Gilmore, his brother-in-law, called and accused Gilford of causing the death of his wife. This was denied, and an altercation ensued, when Gilmore shot Gifford inflicting a fatal wound. The murderer was imprisoned. A colony of twenty-five families left Pitts burgh yesterday for Seattle, W. T. Several hundred more will leave shortly if report from tho colony are favorable. The Governor of Michigan has named April 24 as Arbor Day, and suggests that a special effort be made to beautify rural cem eteries. Hon. Charles D. Hodges, who has resided in Carrollton, 111., since 1833, ana served the people as Judge and Congressman, died Tuesday. The cases against Dick Liddell have been dismissed at Kansas City, and he has gone to Alabama, where he is under bond on Federal charges. The Chicago, St. Louis & Pacific and Chi cago & Indiana Central Railroads filed arti cles of consolidation Tuesday, the Joint capital being :i0,000.000. The combina tion will be known as the Chicago, St Louis & Pacific. The Illinois & Michigan Canal is now open to navigation from Chicago to Ixick port, and on next Monday will be open through its entire length to La Salle. In the lunatic asylum at Toronto, Out, Monday niuht, Valerie McKinney murdered Rachel Stephens, who hud been placed in her ward to prevent her from committing suicide. The New Hampshire State Greenback Convention will be held at Manchester Sep tember 1. Snow-storms in Ohio and Indiana Wednesday caused alarm in regard to small fruits. Tho British steamer Salermo, which ar rived Wednesday at Boston, reports passing an iceberg a mile in length. The announcement comes from New Tlnvrm that Prof. CvrnS NortlirOU has ac cepted tho Presidency of the University of Minnesota. A Ilenntv-Marshal and his wosse on Wed- noaiinv tnoL- to Lnnisvillp twelve moonshin ers captured in a raid through Green and Casey Counties, weniucKy. The postmaster at Chicago has received from Washington a package of water- stained letters found in a mail-sack picked up by English fishermen in the North Sea, having been lost in the steamer CunDria. The Chicago Glucose Works use 8,000,000 gallons of water per day now. They pro nose to enlarge their works so that 14,000,- 000 gallons will he reuuired. This quantity will be about one-rourtii or me enure water supply of the city. The Water Commis sioner has informed the company that so large an amount of water can not be fur nished to one taker. Three Months' Failures. Nkw Vokk, April 1. For the first quar ter of the year ended yesterday the business failures in the United States are reported by R. G. Dun A Co. to the number of as compared with 2,806 for the corresiond ing quarter last year. The liabilities amount 'to 540,000,000, as compared with 37,000,000 for the first quarter of 185. Won Eight Games of Chess Blindfolded. riTTsitiitMi, Pa., April a. Dr. Zuker tort tho champion chess player of. the world, won eight of the twelve games played blindfold Monday night. The contest lasted from 8 p. 111. until :j o'clock the following morning. THE MARKETS. New V ohk, April 3. LIVE STOCK Cattle Sheep Hofs. FLOCK Good to Choice Patents WHKAT-No. 2 Hed No. 2 Spring CO UN r 'jo a 7 2.5 5 ou & 7 00 a e S71 ui, a so a no 0 00 :i so 5 75 1 01 VD !i:',(0 DSS4 til MATS Western Mixed ((A :tt'4 11 v k :u 17 50 !) 40 II :t2 Hi Yi iu 17 55 li 9 42Si a 1:1 40 45 l't UK Mess .Alt II Steam CHKIOSE Wool. Domestic CHICAGO. UFF.VKS Kxtra 6 :) 5 75 5 L'5 :i V) .VI 0 no H 65 ti 40 6 00 5 00 5 25 50 7 10 5 87 HI as 17 5 AO 5 50 Choice Good Medium Hutchers' Slock ifir,.riii I'Htrln 61 & (tit HOGS Live Good to Choice. SHKKP :i ni 4i 15 da III 3 00 4 50 4 U C "PTE H Creamery Good 10 Choice Dairy p':i:sKr.Kli FLOP It-Winter sprinir l'Htfllt 5 50 Q It A I N - W heat, Xo. 3 Spring. V6 torn, so. 2 Oats, No. 2 Kve, No. 2 Iturli.v Vf. 2 5-'V 5!l A ft! 511 :b 5tt 03 I1KOOM COKN KMl-TIleU Hurl Fine Green lnr.lHi.tr .... 8 5 k6 R .-) it r 17 4) I't 17 45 V 00 J V 10 POTATOES Good to Choice. I'OHK-Mcm LAKD-Steani LL'MHKK- t'ntnuioii uressea .-mum.. Kloorinir Common Hoard Fencing Lath Shingles RA9T LIBERTY 2ATTLE Best ... Fair to Good HOOS -Yorker. Philadelphia.. MEKF-Best. Common . . BALTIMORE. JATTLE-Besu r. Medium goos." ..j ...... 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JCvea IX tbey only cored Ache thrr vonld be almost prlclcrt to thoia who ufft-r from this distressing complaint ; but fortu nately their goodness dove not end here, and those who once try them will find theee little pill valu able in eomany wya that they will not be wUlmg (otto without them. liut alter all sick hud lethebaneof omny live that here la where w make our great boaat. Our pUla cure it while Others do not. , , Carter's Little lirer Pill are very small and very easy to take. One or two pills wake a dose. Tbey are strictly vegetable- and do not grip . who bold use them, fa vials atl!5 cents ; flro 1 fortl. iSt. L 111.: ill. . ..-.---. - by uiucidsts everywhere, or sent by mt nail. CARTER MEDICINE CO .New Yoi- FLOUR AND FEED, Lime, Salt, Cement Plastering Hair and Stucco. Also the LONDON Horse It Cattle Fool A rneaiatlon nr superior to any condition powder ever made. Oil Cftke, Corn Meal, See. A, HAMILTON. Keb. 11-f f W M"1 street, Ottawa, 111. H. C. STRAWN'S Lumber Yard AND PLANING MILL Near the Illinois River Bridge. Did She Die? No-: Sh,.' liiiL-vrrd ami stiffcri'd nloiisf, Iininir awnv ull the time for yi-nrs Tin- dni tois cttMlli; hit ni itimn. ..,l nt hit was cured by this Hop Ihtt.Ts the 1111 pern say so much about." "Imlccd: umccii. .... 1. "How thankful wo should hr fur that incdi. A Daughter's Misery. "F.lcvi'ii V'-iirs our (htuirlitcr suffcml on a bed of misery, "rroin a compiieauou 01 rhiu.., rheumiitie troubles mid Nervous debility. .... 1 .1... l...t 1 .1, .'wll'lll IK L mier me i-iue m im; m.-i. fj 1 'Who itav her disease various names, .!... ..i:..f ,....! l. w ri'stored to US 111 irooil heiiith by as simple a remedy as Hop Hitters, that we had shunned for years before usnii; it. The Paukxts. Father is Getting Well. ".My tiauiiiiters mij . "How much better father is since he used . . ..... HOI) liltllTS. . He is !fttiii!r well after his long suffering troiil a tlisease ueeiureu 111C111U01L-. "And we are so triad that he used your lut tt.rs."A I.ADVof Utlen.N. Y. 4 !fo.B&? & OINTMENT! A rare euro for Hleodinp, Itch ing aii'4 U lot' rated riles. A single box has cured the worst chronic cases of 30 years' standing. No one need suf fer after using Dr. William's Pile Oint ment. Sold by Druggists, or mailed on receipt of price,$l .00. P. K. Lance&Co., Prop's' CLEVELAND, O. . . t or Bale by Forbes & Lorriaux. iVor PAIN mm MIA PILE KIIEUMATIMM nnd XEURAM1IA Imvr lone enough run riot In the human system. They have tormented the human family and defied the medical faculty ; from time out of memory tbey bsve corrupted the blood, demoralized the Joiutx, vexed the nerves, agonized the muscles and racked tbe brain with wearying aln. ,ATHL0PB0K08,, Is the enemy of Hueuma tisni and N'euralirU. repairs their damaires, renews the blood, eases the Joints, osims the nerves, sooth s the muscles, gives rent and eace to the troul'k-d brain, and ensures delightful sleep. " Athi.ophokos "tea new remedy, but It has been abuudantly tried. From far and near come tes timonials from well-known persons who had lon been sufferers. It has turned their diseases out It has cured them. That is sll,-and that la enough. " Athlophokoh" can do for you what it has done for thoi-e sufferers. It can drive out your Rheumatism and Neuralgia, and will do so if you give it a fair trial. " Athlophoros ' has by this time ha8 such a (rood trial all over the country that its true work is known, and its true character proved. "Athlophoros" means ' Prize-Bearer;" "Victor;" " Conqueror" It carries off the rnie as Victob over U sttackiof these terrible ouU.U. and ConQOKKoa of tbe fruchtfut a-onJea their vlo t-.ms have eudnrwl. Not a mere temporary rrtef, but a pennaorot, endurlnf, and triumihaut cur. It yott cannotpet ATHLOPHOtosof your drug, gist, we will nend tt erprew paid, on rvceljd ot regular prtc-one dollur per bott le. We pwtet that you buy It from your druggist, but if ) nt U, do not 1 persuaded to try H'lnetl rLse, but order at once froin us a directed ATH1 QPHOROS CO., IU WILL ST., MEW YGfi. ,...(1...,.........tl 1 .wMimimmi Sewing Machines ALL Kixns. n. ... . ...... a........u MuMiIni, uheinet Ihhn any one in this coimty, either fi.rcanli or Install '".''i1.',":..,! ,..,, nn liHnd. AU Machine full warriuited. Call and 8te Ottawa, Jttll. 14. IBM. r. V. pnnr.ior... v OTTAWA Carriage and Road Cart Factor) GAY & SON, Prop rs. MANUFACTURER . OK CARRIAGES PHAETONS Buggies, Side Bars and Tanner's Two-Seated Buggies. ALSO. THE GAY ROAD CART, WhlcU Is acknowledged hy all who have used them be the muM complete for EASE OF RIDING, Beauty and Durability of any Road Cart placed before the public. fail and examine our different styles of Carriages an? Uuiid Carts, Ac. before purcUmtluu. which we will sell as cheap as Rood work can be sola fur DV any manuiaciurer iu iiieaiaic REPAIRING In Fainting, Trimming, Iron ft Wood Work Promptly attended te and satlsfactlo guaranteed. Factort Onb Block West of Foist OrriCB C iUHIAOEB, BDOaiH,C. H. W. JONES, Carriage Factory fHOBK IV WANT OF Good Csrrlftgns, Top and Optn Biipin. Slide Seat lSlltfKH. IWU-BCHl HH'II lIIKKieB, lpn ".lluuei sulkies, Ac, can fuirt them at this fac tory, all of hi? own ninke, of the Best MBterlnl and In the Most Approved KtvV and Finish, all Warranted and for lale at Low prices. Also make to order such as are wanted. ifpnuirinadMne nroiiiMly; painting, trimming wood and Iron work. OTTAWA CENTRE Wagon & Carriage Manufactory JOHN D. VETTB, Prop'r. On Superior Streeti near the old F01 River House. Harlot: introduced many Iniporunt Improvements IB ti'sestabllshment. making It th largest and most coir plete tn tbe city, the under signed Invttetf armers aid others desiring new WHgoss or old ones repaired' or wishing Fine Family Carriages, Ungates, Pbtoni nnd Democrat Wagons, Oranythngln his line to give him a call. All work warrastedandpnees thst ilafy competition. .TtlHN D. VETTE. IHLL&F0R51HALS Carriage and Wagon FACTORY, Bb Main Street, r-r Joi Biter Bridge. OTTAWA. ILLS. Hanufactnre all kinds of Cbs, Tor a Opbk Broti, various styles of On Ap Two- ATWD PB JITOKS. DBHOOB4T KD 8FBI NO W ABO. Alsohave a large sssorlment always on nana. rlrit elass Fabbbbs' Waoov always on hand. All our work Is warranted, and made of the Jnl ii ; terul, and wHl be sold a Itiw as good and reliable work Can he sold at. . We smploy a flrst-class Trimmer and a.-e Prerarsa for 1 kinds oftop-work and rrmMtgHt $owtn. Call and see onr stock "'Trt.HMHli Tsstont before huylag. HILL A riWMHALS. How Lost How Restored! Just punlisned, a new euition of Tr. Oilyer wellC"lebrntl Kbkbv on the rod(cl curt of SrBBMATOBBHOtA or Seminal Weakness. Involun tary fceuilaal Losses, IapoTBJtrT. Mental and Phytlcal 1 . T I ...... n , t UarvlaM Atl tlttV t OV- si wptiok, Kpilbpst and Fits. Induced by self-lndnl- gi-nce or seiuv eiirvgiKT. c The celebrated author. In this admirable ay. clear ly demonstrates from a thirty years successful prac tice, that the alarming consequences of self-abuse may k II 11 .nwl. iMlntlll nut A mint fit fMlP. fltf is 1 p.inu j . ...... vau....v - ; , . once simple, certain an effectual, by mesaa of which every sufferer, no matter what his condition may be msv cure himself cheaply, privately -and rqllcojir. fir This Lertare should be tn the kands of every youth and every man In the land. ha Sent, nader seal. In a plain envelop?, to any address. pott-paid, on receipt of six cents or two postage stamps Address THE (JULVWiWm, MEDICAL 00.. 1 Ann eft. New York. N. 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