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Vrn In Ottawa n wi-t-k or so Biro, the I'ourii linw "nxilvt'd" Unit thi) lilfli tirldtfi' " (ille otri t t outflit to lie ri'.ln-.d. Hut the jfcntlcnu n i-oiiipoclng the hoitrd art- not fxpllilti- inoiijjli In their fiirttii-r action, (witttliinir w HHU!fti'l itl'oiit lli. lty ! Init no ami . Tin- truth Mhi' j(filo of t. tawu uri- of one voire In the mutter -the pres. ent structure I im only unnltflitly hut unj (.mild, in. unyonu will euy who w ill examine the center jiier. A lare cruek eiin he Keen from loji to tiottuiii of the pier, hile the superstructure Itself plainly show tic effect a of time. It can hardly he uppcd the board are henitatlni.' In the mutter In the ex pectation of the city's dolns anything In the matter. Tim tiit? lni always owned and controlled thin bridge and should i'i all fair newt continue to do 11, for tliu city hm till the bridge she can afford to own, having huilt two over that "diU'h." Nor should the pres ent Board throw the responsibility over upon uny future Board, for the dtrucWire evidently requires immediate uttentlnn. -.-. , A caucus of the new city council w as held at police hcadnuurters on Saturday evening lust to decide the question of who shall have the appointive olllces during the coming municipul year. No changes from last year's appointments are reported, and it is pre. sumed the mayor w ill make the nominations to the new council when they convene on the firt Tuesday in May. That meeting will he an Important one the old business to lie closed up, the new committees appointed and a general starting of the municipal wheels for 1H4. Notwithstanding the very inclement weather of Sunday last the funeral of the lute J. W. Dean, at the Baptist church, was well attend, -d. The remains were escorted from the house to the church by BachV bund, the en tire police force, the mayor ami city council) Undine Hose Co., and Karl i'ost.li. A. It. At the church the Kcv. Mr. Fletcher nlliciuted, ufter which the remains were conveyed to the Ottawa cemetery. As a matter of reference it might be well to note the fuel that snow fell on Sunday last JApril h), both during the day uud even ing, and that lee formed that night. Kcv. Warren F. Day, of the Congregational church of this city, and J. H. Shay, of Strca tor, will exchange pulpits on Sunday. On Thursday evening Ottawa Cominaiidcry conferred thu Red Cross degree upon u num. her of candidates, a large number of visiting Knights being present, and engaging in the exercises. About 9 o'clock on Thursday evening the tire department were called out in response for uid from Morris, w here a dangerous eon. flagration was raging. A steamer at once ran to the Kock Island depot and a freight engine engaged to lake the department to the scene, but just as they were about to start word was received by telephone that the Morris depart ment had the llames under control and their services were not needed. The buildings burned were the grain warehouses of Mare, vey & Hanson and Geo. F. Brown; the lumber yard of Charles McElwin was also partially destroyed. The loss is estimated at 12,000, and the cause is supposed to he incendiarism. A gentleman traveling through J.o Salle county quite extensively noted the fact that farmers were this spring sowing a larger acreage of small grain than in former years. The repeated failure of the corn crop for three seasons has undoubtedly stimulated u stronger faith in oats, wheat, Ac. Some time ago the city council directed that a suitable iron fence should be erected around the monument in Washington Square. The committee having the mutter in hand has been delayed in the work, but will probably have it attended to soon. When medical science admitted that rhcu mutism and neuralgia had their seat In the blood, it remained to find n successful remedy for the poisonous aid which caused them. That remedy has been found, it lias been named Athi.oI'HOKos, which is a (ireek word composed of nthhm, a prize, ami , to bear away, that is "bearing away the prize." And this it does both In promptitude and final clllciciiej'. 8ays Mrs. F.liza Evans, of I'ppcr Derby, IMuwurc county, I'enn.: -'After the third dose of Atiiloi'IIokon I rested better than I had done for months." The great anniversary sale of Scott Bros, it Co. during the past week brought them an immense trade from all over the county, and the purchasers were pleased, yes, more than pleased, foi every lady w ho made purchases sent many of her neighbors to buy w hen she returned home. In consequence the crowd yesterday and the day previous was larger than at any time since the sale commenced. Still there are thousands of others w ho have not liecil able to get to Ottawa, uud Scott Bros, say they want every lady in La Salle county to share the anniversary bargains, and the same low prices will lie continued a week or two longer. Large additions of new goods will be made every day, marked us cheap as those udvertiscd last week. The sale of silks during the past week has been unprecedented, many orders coming in by mail from remote Mistollices some even from Nebraska and California. The success of this sale is well deserved, and the ladies exhibit good judg ment in taking advantage of the bargains offered. I udigestiou is quickly cured by the use of Baxter's Mandrake Bitters. iV. I.hu S Briggs. There w as a very happy wedding celebrated Ml the home of the bride's parents, on the west -ide, this eity, on Wednesday evening, at which time Mr. (ieo. Cmidurs and Miss Nellie Caqtielin, both of Ottawa, were united in marriage by Rev. O. O. Fletcher. The brides maids were Miss Julia Caqiielin and Miss Lot tic Snyder, and Messrs. Will Snyder and Charles Cram in officiated as groomsmen. The room in which the ceremony was per formed was beautifully decorated. A inag eiticeul arch of evergreens, from which sus pended a floral horseshoe, adorned one corner. The presents were luuiiy, Iteautlful and useful. The guests were principally the immediate families of the contracting parties and a few very intimate friends. Among the guest ere the two sisters of the bride, Mrs. Cramm accompanied by her aon, and Mrs. Nitsebelin, both of Peoria. The Fhm Tkadb extend to Mr. and Mra. Canders it hearty vongratu latloua and wishe their Journey through iife i nay be tree from all sorrow . 7 T .a a 35 & 37 La 8alle Street. i PHOTOGRAPHS BY Vi x Among the man y novc ties to be found fng Pictures evenings. ' .. V, ' ... 1.7........ t ...i .. trie I. ir lit Tor inuKiiiif nciures evenings, i accomuiouaiioii iu iiiuuii-iD mm viin.'o " i "Pffi !HJ2 EX h 4 ........ 3 J" 00 .IT d M .- Mill ':' ; m. mm a, . ii , a r im I mi I J uuruiile aim neauiiiui piioiogninns, .uiui i . 'i .7,i,,.m.. t. tin. tiullerv able coui.Unance, and be creditable to the Artist, und profitable to the Uuiierj, therebv making the fa. ors mutual. tii,,.,,, .mil Stereo. A i-plendid variety of elegant new holograph Frames Albun s. d sum scopes Just re-eive(l. All prices as low as j.W work and good goods t an in. pro. ,nr,,d u,,y w"L'rw w. E. BOWMAN, Prep. A. K. ATWATKR, Mtimvjn- ml Artist. Tlie republican candidates for congress in this district arc accumulating. It l true Marshall, of Yorkville, draws off, but his place has been tilled by L. B. Bay, of Morris, and Col. Plumb, of Streator. Downs' Klixir is the best remedy known for the cure of coughs, colds ami consump tion. Lutz A: Briggs. . . - (ieo. A. Weiner, a Chicago druggist, and Miss Lizzie V. Hettinger, of the same place, were united in marriage on the 'M inst. in this city by J. F. (ialviu. Esq. THE COURTS. Circuit Court. SKW CASKS. yieom. Mary J.Spaulding v. Lei Spauld ing, cruelty and neglect; William F. Reus v. Klizabcth Rcnz, adultery; Kuiina A. Lamb v. Albert M. Lamb, desertion; Clara Simons V. John Simons, extreme and repeated cruelty and adultery. Enoch Hagenbush et al. v. John Hanley et al. Cook J Payne, plthV uttys. The People. V:c., ex rel. Maust, v. W . K. Milligan, sheriff. D. Kvans, pltffs atty. (i. Becker v. Jas. X. Devine et al. 1. W . V. Crane, pltffs' atty. Damages, lKH). Davhl Samuels v. Win. Rickard at al. Mayo & Widmer, pltff's uttys. , o Mary L. Schneider v. Peter Russell. S. Risbolson, pltffs atty. Elizabeth Condill v. David Walker et al. Mayo A Widmer, pltff's utty. KiiunaJ. Murdock v. James Reedy. Cullen & Ilitt, pltffs atty. Damages, 5,000.. People, tVe., for use, Ac., v. tiustav A. Mngge et al. If. R. Nortruss, pltff's atty. Dumuges, 15,IXK). Jus. Coughtin v. Coul Run Coul Co. Blake ,: Moloney, atty. Damages, 1U,U0U. E. E. Bale, for use, dec, v. Upton Coomes. Deinund, tj.r).0(J. Thos. O'Conor, who has been confined in thu county jail since the January term of the circuit court, has finally been released. It will be remembered he failed to give bail In the bastardy case, but upon a recent hearing Judge Stipp granted a w rit of habeas corpus upon the plea of impaired health. Bail lias since been furnished in the perjury ease still pending. During the past week the most important ease called was that of I. W. Rogers vs. John Hoffman, w hich was till on trial when the Frke Tbakkk went to press. The trouble grew out of some misunderstanding in regard to the recent golden wedding of Mr. and Mrs. Hoffman, and the entertainment of the guests at the Passenger House, Mcndota, Mr. Rogers being the then proprietor. Next week the criminal docket will be called. In the Offices. MAKHIAf.KS. Since last rciiort marriage licenses have been granted us follows: Julius Steinbiich and Franziska Cowalska. ('has Santilinan uud Mary Hickman. Win Haw thorne and Jane Ann Coulson. John Whalcn ami (icrtrude Audi. John (ialvin and MarvNicholson. Edward Schubert und Eliza Hieter. Edward J Kelly and Mary O'Nell. (ieo A Weimcr and Lizzie V Hettinger. Robt A Francis and Floretta A Raymond, (ieorge Canders and Nellie Caqiielin. Chauncey W llawlcyand Kate 1. Johnson. John Bisk and Anna'u(lrey. John Bartka and Ellen Ondralck. HIKTHS. Record of births tiled in county clerk's rf flee since last report: To Mrs Louis Johnsoil, Northville, a boy. " ('has Dannawitz. Adams, a boy. " John Wittniau, Adams, a boy. John Jennett, Osage, a boy. ('has Fielding. Streator, a boy. " A Strickfadeii, Streator, boy and girl " Win Arthur, Streator, a girl. " Joseph Martin, Serena, u girl. Win Perkins, Ottawa, a girl. Wm Crane, Ottawa, twins, girls. Stephen Prideaux, Strcutor, boy. " John Little, Streator, a girl. " Andrew Drapp, Ottawa, a girl. " Wm Mahitchy, Ottawa, girl. Otto Eihilbraut, Ottawa, boy. " (ieo (iates, ( Htawa, girl. " John Keating, Ottawa, girl. " Thos Ncary, I'tiea, boy. " Michl Ciivanaugli. t'tica, boy. IIS Corwin. Peru. girl. " Benj Laclmian. La Sullc, girl. ikth s. Since April 11 certificates of deaths have been tiled as follows: Anna II Meitz, Ottawa, infant. Freddie Prentice, I 'tiea, uged s years. Wm I. Tosseland, Norway, infant. Julia Lynch, I'tiea, aged 5 years. (ieo F Culver, Iji Salle, aged i years. It will be observed that all of the above are under nine years of age, no other deaths being reported. John Bonigasscr, an old citizen and w ealthy merchant of La Salle, died at his home in that city on Wednesday evening. Since County Clerk Finlen has been in otlice (Dec. 4th, 1NWJ.) he has issued ltri" marriage, licenses an average oi oi a monui. uiirmg the past week the number issued was 13, as against 'Jt during the corresponding w eek last year. Company I) re-elected Cupt. Blunchard and First Lieut. Wheeler to their respective office! at the company election held on Wednesday evening. These gentlemen are eminently qualified for the Miition their associates have continued them in. while the entire comma ml is an honor to Ottawa. On Wcduesday cveninir an intcrestini' leap year party was ifiven at the Armory, the at tendance "bcinir larire. The invitation com mittee consisted of Misses Mollie McDcrmott. Mary Flynn and Maggie Cotter. The High School jrave a very interesting entertainment last evening, consisting of readings, music Ac, and One an comedy in the original tongue. Dili ax, Wn Sept. 1T8. Hax ff l.awa tskLawR tkaf nUtto tt0 Ul.ll A H am hw "" the Hop Bitters. I waa a feeble old man of 78 whett I rot it. To-day I am a aetive and . . . . . . .w, f - - - ' reet a wru aa i out u nu. t m crc that need aucu ft medicine. It. BO ICE. FURNITURE. The oldest House. The largest Stock The Best Variety Of Goods in this Line u La Salle County. XDKKTAKISK AS U8VAL ELECTRIC LIGHT. . .-. . t.. .1... V.. .. II s . .. .........ii iu F.ii'c. at nowman s num.-., . - -- i g hich is a prac ,c , 5 I...... time Is occUlited (Hiring me , nun" i ; . , .... ...... -" -- -- , . ...s.iiiiiv Bv fM " e m u secur-e "Uli?, .., -. .,. i...,..,, to vour most favor- ?2 AGENTS WANTED ...ir A KKTY LAM I III UN Hi ; It's Ion ii.f-le.l- his ..II Isiiips: (live law lil.J: lias nickel cine renec tor: leverput.lt mil: no l.lowlua : er ex .l.lons , i r II r I na town wick: puts Itsell ..lit If U' l : .an rill it '" r. movliiK iHiriKToreliliiiiii-y: "e.irliia.m . r ...liars: ft Issts lei. years. S- I. st sla it : "r J" rltury tfivt-ii: Mtmiile. s.tpiil.l. X- hr IIIiisIimm -iU r ciilHii. testimonials. aeut' r.'.r s. terms. He H.liln-wt TIIK J'lHKSIX M'K'li CO.. M.-liaule Street, New ark. New Jersey, rieiwi- iiii'iittnu tills iis'r. SILK I To IntnHliu-e our eleimnt MLKh, SATINS anil VKI.VK'lS we semi, qumtpHld BO hesutifill pleeiw. l.rlKht PATCH liiK l .liar Inch., for 1 .00. i.-... nri . ... . ..Huh ir ufjililliMI lit! wiiiares.or y'() small umpire for I O itH. nrwii i..oo i.i i... WORK if 1 .HO. or.ler tor your irienus and net a l. l"l for si) i ts. Km l.ri.l.lerv silk. ia. kai,'e of al enters, il.. iMI'llUTKItS' S1I.K I'll, 145 CoiiHresH Street. Huston, Massui lmsetls m k..... in., fitiimflv for M nl.nvf) dlueiui. ; I1' n. thnnsun.la r.Mf tha w..rl kind niul of I i I'UTPd. Illdee.l. Hostronn 1h mv t.t ll Imeliir.U. Il.nt I will wnil.JWO BOT1 .1 . f . .. Undilicliava Ii liiKccliur witn i.l'bi. ."' 'or: ' ,. ' 1 uuy uir-t. r. .. Kil.n-Bn and P. O .ldr-k. ' .,. T sl.ol'l'M. l l'-rl SI . V' INTENDING ADVBRTISKKS siiori.l) aiii.kkss GEO. P. ROWELL & CO., lu hi-KCi'K ST., Nkw Voiik i:irv. For SKLKCT LIST OF 1,000 NKWSPAPF.HS In Use at the Stock Tarni of DWIGHT LAWRENCE, Near Prairie Centre, La Salle 0o Ills. (I 4 tJ'I'l T I 4 XT 'Aii"'. I') liorse. ir.V l.an.ls jAo 1 llil Ai hluli: 1'iale.l issn. (i-t by Cov Sprairue 414, reeont a.-JUVJ; "on of Kliode Islanil reeonl i aiH. Dam Alumna. Ij Alnmut aa. son of Alexander's Alnlallah 15: . .1. Itiwlna, by Alexaniler t AlHlallah 15, miii of Itvsilvk's lUinlil.'toiilan I": a. a. n. .lane Taylor, by ; sinltfiV Sir William. Ilre.l by Clias S. Dole, Crystal Ijike, III.: owned Dy .1. H. Norrls, 1 Mollle, III. Terms. IU.IU. f.ialcil May 7. lsst. tiot by l omia-er tel, sou of llamlili'tonlan 111. Dam Iji.Iv Volunteer, by Volunteer .V., son of Main l.lotoiiiaii 111; it. l. the dam of Volunteer (ilrl, '.'Jinv.; ; liv Washington, Jr.: it. . il. said to Im' hy u son of Aliilallali 1, called Alxlel-Koriin. Ilred and owned by Dwluht Ijtwreiiee. Terms, Jii.il.. riiiliti k V V 1514. bay liorse. no white, i; I Iff All 1 hand,. lilKh: foaled .lime 1. ISN1. (..it by roiiilKer Wl, sou of llnmlileloiilaii III. Dam Clara, bv Volunteer 55. sou of llamlilelonlaii Id; vr. d. Mllkniaifl, the dam of liywIykV lli-llf.mn.ier. Iiy Krl.lay, tln.riniKl.lirc.1 son of lmHirt.-.l Trustee; K- u. il. I lara, by liiiiorted llHIfouniler. Bred and own.-.l by DwlKl.l Ijiwrence, I'ralrle Outre, II). Terins, tU. Mv lloriM- will lie handled the eoinliiK seiiMin by the welf know n drlvin ( rus ( oleinan. He will also break i-olls and handle horis-s for speed for other parties who desire Ins services, ('harp's reasonable. Standard Trotllnu Ilre.l Horses, lioailsters, ( arrl upl and Work Horses for sale. Also short-Horn Cattle, Chester White and I'olan.lChlna Unas. Merino Sheep. Southdown sheep. White Cret.d llli.ck I'ollsh Kowls. St. a-k all pure, and for wile. The Law ri nce St.H-k Kami Is seven and one-half miles north and six west of (Htawa. ipr!!-:!!!!" DW KIIIT LAW l;KS( K. Oki v K. C.iI.kman, Supt. I'ralrle ( entre. 111. TIIK I'KHCHKHON STALLION PORTHOS W ill make the m swiii al his owner's stables. In Kail Klver. IK miles southeast of (lltawa. or 1M miles east of (travel road loll ifate. Dk Kie-i iov.-I'oltTHOS Is two cars old. commit three; IKSllarK sleeiltrey; wi-ikii ii.ni n.; '"ft tiullt; has heavy bone: it.ssl l) le au.l lu-tlon. 1'kiiiokkk.- I'i ltTII is. -!HB. foaled In issi: Im ported from Krauee In tssa by M. W. Dunham. Wavne. Ilul'iiite i-ount). Was bred by I'lrrre llaebelier. Nror treed' Aritentiin Orne; not by I'remlrr IU; duin. Co eotte. bv De Due . , .... TKKM's.-slnifle service. i0: t:5f..r the h-hmiu: f mto Insure, payable when mare Is known to Is- in foal. I.e Iiioval of mares from the comity forfeits Insurance. ( are will tie taken to prevent seiidciita, but will not lie responsible slioiild any oe ur. Kl liKNK 1'Kl.liOI. STRAYCOU. Straved from thr underslirnisl, on April 4th. law Wlilte'l ow. i-litht vearnnld: liranded It. (. on horns, and I!. A. I.ral.ani on tint in Ml ear A reasonable ni ward will in- paid Mr inf- ,il!AAM sin ator. 111., April ilst. lss4.--tt DISSOLUTION. The eoirlnerlitii heretofore exuding b..ween Kms. Mueller and John Douvia has this day la-en dlsaohed hy mutual roiisent. Mr. Douvia wuhdrawina. Mr. Mueller will continue the husineaa at the old stand. No. Vtt Main street, and assiiinen all Indeliteiliiins of the old firm ud collects all deh due ihr Mine. Vetswa, April 1. 11. KM). MtH.I.KI!. jiiw JOHN INM'VIA. BALDWIN & PRISELER, Mauufaeturen. of fine M AKHLK and I.ICASrifc HONDIilENTS, Head Stones, AB m) kludairf tMFTKKT WMltK.. I aai Origiaal Dtfifit a srai-iaLTT. Tar4 ( ulombaa M oae bhirk SIllH Mills-Bra STASliWl P To engage .vour attention just Ionic enough to impress upon .vour mind the great ad vantages of iirocurim; your Weariniir Ap parel from t lie OKIE-PRICE CLOTHIERS, The Conservators of And a linn which tolerates no misrepresentations h.v a single employe, names hut ONE LOW PRICE TO ALL, Marks all goods in plain selling figures, carries an immense stock, and retails styl ish garmcuts for LESS MONEY Than others charge you to-day. Our House will he glad to show you. Spring Suits, Hoys' On Hits, and (Jolts' Furnishings at prices which will make your eyes snap. Evening Buyers IMease remember our Klectric Lights, and the peculiar ad vantage of selecting hy them as compared to (Jas. OAK HALL One Price Clothiers OPEN TILL t P. If. fflll ffl SOME REASONS WHY m DuE ALWAYS HAS THE LOWEST PPIOES: 1ST. Hecause they sell only for CASH. Hecause they huy for CASH and save all discounts. 3JD. Because they huy direct from the manufacturers and in large quantities, thus getting all the discounts that the jobbers do. iiri. Because they in connection with the FIVE DIFFERENT McCABE STOHES huy more than five times as many goods as any other establishment in La Salle county. Stti. Because their buyers are always in the market to take advantage of forced sales, and to huy any quantity of goods if the prices are right. Gtil Because they adhere strictly to their one price system. and a child can buy an article as cheap as the most favored customer. tgr The Nine Cent Store will stock up more extensively than ever for the Spring trade, and with the arrival of new goods that are now coming in will have something new every day to offer their customers. L. S. McCABE & CO., 57, 59 and 61 La Salle Street, opposite the Post Office. G. 17. Reed & Co., 0 too, III. AGRICULTURAL IMPLEMENTS, ' We liiive jiiht received il full line of Agricultural Implement.-!, including The Canton Sulky Plow, The Farmer's Friend Corn Planter, Havworth and Joliet Check Bowers, The (J rent Western Seeder, Ac, Ac. KA KM KIW SIKM'LI) (ilVK I S A CALL. Q-. W. REED &c CO. a u imuuu u n Everybody Faints. Ami hefore anyhody paints they will do well to call on me and get my figures and see what I have to offer them. I keep all the best brands of White Lead, and Pure Wisconsin Linseed Oil. I have secured the agency for the F. W. Hevoe & Co. Celebrated Mixed Paints, of all colors. They will weigh more to the gallon and cover more surface than any other paint. The manufacturer!) are the oldest paint firm in the I . S., and from their long experience and strict integrity I am safe in saying it is THE BEST PAINT I.N THE WOULD. I am also agent for F. W. Hevoe V Co.'s Col ors, ground in oil. My stock of Brushes, such as Whitewash, Cal somine, Paper-hangers', Paint and Varnish Brushes, is the largest in the city. Also a full line of Varnishes, from the ordinary Fur niture Varnish to the finest wearing Body Carriage Varnish, nil For Drugs I am Headquarters. My Prescription LIU UlJw('ast' is a drug store in itself, and is in the care of thoroughly competent hands day and night. I can till prescrip tions from any physician, and as I pay no commissions do not have to charge exorbitant prices. Qffl0 Books of all kinds, (Jift Hooks, Novels, School 0 U U I Books and School Supplies, Fancy Writing Papers hy the box or quire, and the largest stock of Blank Books in the E. "5rT. GRIGGS. M. KNETJSSL'S DRUG STORE lif MAIN STREET, West of la Salle Street, 'south side.' OTTAWA, ILLINOIS. te nor 4Dd kwp onttaut.y on Laid a larar and c!i avlei-trd t'urk ut DRUGS AND CHEMICALS. v All thf tti aid Dopuitr fatrut Mnllclnn, Kitrait, and fcplcri for cul'.narj dm. Perfumery, Hrushes, and Fancy Articles for the Toilet. Paints, Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass, &c. Particular Attention given to the Compoandlnf it lbjsiclani Prescription. ValuaDlB Prorertyror Sale. t Anirr lu arU ImmxdialWr the fuliuwiD pnttrrtf aiiuate In Hi rT ! nta u. I. A Tmxrj Hr HmMiim. B " 1 wMh lurr Iran cld. VxStK In lh rrar. Tb boiMimia mn yrw Thta pnvpertt kiua IIDU.a rtrrrt, uaw Mucl aj. m lit at rumri k-a; ad tornl . Nu 1 Mr KM4rr. aliotrd M llllButa ArrM. Ibr bat rnilora Hm4 la ttmw. Th rruB4 raa taiM atit vi m mar. HI rvumm. ckMtt bMl ruuai and cvlaw; artma. i4l and rlMm vmur; uud tmrrn. raal cod m.4 muttmm-, twadac af akadt LhI fralt iraai: all la Partaaw aauiai kuTla ar WMliaiaiU tad M taU atf iokZt at ilua arapm.. U1 fl,aa a aartW aafaa.. labM mf yL ii i??1 HffF ST8BE PAH3T ! SAIIg. I BAVK TVH SALS 3-Acra rua, 5 aalla fraaa Ottaarsi 40-Act rarwm. 1 S amllaa TrmA Onmwt IN-itm raraa, aaltaa fraaa OMaat 1M-Am rmraa, alia fraai Own; O-Aera Pmram. 4 aallaa twtm j IM-Acr rrwm, 1 aallaafMaa OVtaw; Al ataar Fam Uada-aU veil tear. WUtgf aarcaaam d kargaiaa. aaUHf B. K. UKCOUf.