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Poatina.ter re authorized to receive wbarrlpHoiis U all puatofflce In tlil county. CANVAnalXII AIINT Wanted lnery t.iwu luLaHelic county. Liberal com nation paid ID ca.li. Write (or Ujrma. seiidlug lefer eoa to all f . ' mmurtd at i "oil at nva. Illinou. ui The Gossiper. Tbit ToimggHO ! It fthuat. lT HKKSCI. Twm on a recent evening sol tie bub el in tb west Tie place wbert I he noticed that Le like to itt tbe bett. 1 ittwxl upon (be Irun 1riJge ibat eptuie tbe rier Fox; A llMted bliiiard came along and froze thing "bnrd a rocki." Tie river on a lender nun, and full a any tick, Just a a cbap who hunts too long fur a pe culiar brick To ornament biit bat withal, Lut find "a nan of sin," Who quickly goee lo work, "you bet," "and puts a Lead on hita." Tbe mer was exceeding "high;" afar ill wares it toil' J, Out toon it bad a bead put on " of ice, by Arctic Front, T bo stopped all circulation up. and froze thing through and through ; He froze the winds, the whm, tbe air, and would have froien you. The words that fell from lover' lips, their agonizing sighs, The ld man's "cuss words," queerly luilt, and feline concert cries: The bowl of dogs, the yells of "kids," tbe chicken's cheerful crow, M ere frozen up in icy lumps ai light as they oould freeze, And all of them, likes flake of snow, stuck on the nearext trees, And where no lushes chanced to le along the river's side, Tiese frozen sounds were piled around anil hid Toboggau Slide. Now think of this, ye scientist, and ponder it with awe; tkeb froten word must yet lie beard, when e'er there comes a thaw. (To br CvutiM'tJ.) Five oleomargarine llceu.se were taken Mit lo the Teorin collection dUrkt tart &ek. Such licenses nliouM hereafter be puLllfihed tbuniy: "License to oleiuurga rlae and to marry." A boy Id lSellevllle lias been born with two thumbs on one haud, evidently to give iin unusual advantages In playing ' Hlmon Mfi taumba up." They have invented a new style of aaiuaement at Lock port railed "rainbow favtles," where the young qentleuian aew aad hem aprons for the ladlea. An Indus trious young man, even though his parents axe poor, may earn from 15 to 20 cents of a blngle evening, besides acquiring a vast fund of useful knowledge about "tucking," puckering," "frilling," "whipping," "hx-k Hitching" "basting," and sticking his tin gen with needles of all sizes; and, if the weather turn moUt, he may rain beau the girls home lo the morulng. There Is a man in Loc k port named Bly, who wants to be constable. Well, he tght to steal in. The Bureau county Tribuiu facetiously latlmatesthat because we have thirty news, papers in La Balle county, we need a sep arate criminal court I Our esteemed cotein psjrary Is wrong; we need the criminal court for those who take none of these papers. A patron of newspapers Is almoet tavariably a good citizen, and needs do rtmln&l court to keep him virtuous and kaneet The I'eru Call lays It "would rather trust Kan with a bread imlle on his face, than M whose face looks as though he had taken a dose of vinegar." Peru has had tae name of a "beer town," but all prohl MtionlirU will be glad to know that she has reformed, to far as to get down to vinegar. Hereafter In this state presidents of vil lages will be elected by the citizens. This will avoid such disgraceful rows as have been familiar at Marseilles. It has always teemed that the "tie" in the village board at that town should have been settled ac cord Log to the practice of gna dubs, i. e., stot off." Whooping cough Is so prevalent In Au rora that even little dogs take It and "whoop-er up" just like folks. More than one dude la that city mourns the untimely susd final "whoop," which consigned a far orltepupto the black and tan yard. But bow could the wunoping couK No one but an "eipert" culd tell tbe dlf. lerence In-tween ti.e "dors" and the dude. Why don t the city muncll label 'em so as to prevent in Makes? die HwUr, the ulrls of Menu-ta are Introducing (,f bUHtle with a atMi hinent, so that the fair wearer, wh-n thed, may sit nu rest miMt Hiivwht'te ! IWause a few little plrls at K.irhury lately went out on a frollo, dreswed up In their brother's clothes, some newspapers have started the rf-ry that all the girls i f that town wear "diiiM."' The yung ladle are Indignant thereanent aud ihreaten, If they catch any ol thee lit' rUl llbelers to make It Fairbury hevere with Jhem. Jwlward J)eur Tucker, of i'uuUac, has been convicted of bigamy. "It serves him right " Tnat second wife he shouldn't have Tuck Vr. A boy at Dlxou shot a hole In his hand while fooling with a revolver, and then l considerately slui.g the rffendlng weapon Into the river. "Thereby Indicating his cood sense" says the paper. If he had thrown the pistol In the river before It shot, would he have Indicated a better style of sense? The Mii!r seems to hve a prejudice against the street lights of that settlement It says of tbe gas lamps: "They loom up In tbe darkness like tin lanterns on tdllts. (ue and half candle mer every oilier bl'irk" would seem rather i ni, but It de. pends on which w iy jou are Luken (s). A typographical error In the lire rmi made It speak of a .ttreatT feminine hat foundry ma milliuiuiry store. Duu't change It, It's literally correct. See how they make money. "Two straws and a speckled rag, $27." At least that's hew it looks to "us girls" here. A Streak ir paper auks: "Why do ladles wear such large hustles?" We started out to find the why of It. The first lady we la quired of replied: "It's none of your busi ness." That settled it. (Jive us an easier one. A party at Warren, 111., has Invented a new style of flying machine. The only trouble he has had about it Is to make It fly. A Chicago dally newspaper had It that llock river at Oregon, 111., rose eight Inches the other ulght, when, In fact, It rose eight fttt. The people there consider their town as slandered, aud In the future will boycott Chicago papers. A man at Klein, lately, got a divorce from his wife and married his mother In law. This ought to put a stop to sending any more lunatics to that city, for they evl dently grow worse. Still, what the daugh ter failed to ettVt, the mother may accom plish. Congressman Hltt.of this state, proposes to reduce pass-port fees to foreign countries from t5 (the present expense) to $1. If Le could drop the expenses of travel In pro portion, there are numerous editors who would borrow 1 aud go. One of the policemen of Jollet Is made of good timber. That's Ouks. UepuUit- Sun. Oaksctiseusl Wecan Ua( htm. We have a peeler named Frost, and when he gets after the bums It's a sign if will be cooUr! It's a cold day, &c. Hesldes, we have an other named Dally, who gets in some of his work nights; and still another named Green, who makes It a healthy blue for the fellows who try to paint Zulu town red. A Jollet editor went to Wilmington to at tend a wedding and stole the groom's hat. lrpullii'-Sun. That's nothing. A Htreator edltcr would have taken the bride. Stanley's statement that the greatest dif ficulty encountered In building railroads In Africa is tnat the ostriches eat up the rails as fast as laid. This bhould be received with several pecks of salt; Widen, the word rail, whether of a railroad, fence rail, the rail of a scolding wife, or any other rail, spellod backwards, has an unpleasant weaning. They have a new craze among Iloston girls for whistling. A certain young lady, who Is said to "have a charming mouth for whistling," makes money at prlvite parties by "tuning her small pipe" and whistling. This Is bad. Can't it be stopped! Isn't there any young man In that city who has sense and courage enough to nip It in the bud, as It were? Why don't the pyrotlc and scribatlous editor of the stir up something warm for this i pell of cruglnous and un wholesome weatner Bureau Co. Xew. How can he until he finds out what you have called him. Besides, the Tribune chap means well and never has stolen any thing large, aud deserves to he treated gently. They are havlug considerable worry for a name for the new cabinet baby. As It ii a girl, John would not be satisfactory to tke young lady for some fifteen year yet, so we merely suggested It as an a proxy mate. An eminent French doctor holds that groaning and crying are opearatlons which nature provides fer alleviating pain and anguish; and, If people are unhappy about anything, he advises them to go to the'r rooms and comfort themselves with a loud boo hoot Imagine how it would work lo Ottawa. Most of our young men and maidens are dreadfully affected with love, which ever goes "catter cornered" with them and "busts" their hearts once a day. Every residence street would resound with their lamentations, John yelling In agony In the barn; Angellne weeping and wall log In the parlor; tbe sewing girl sniffing and "taking on" in the back room, and the hired girl howling "for all that's out" In tbe attic, would tend to make a home dis mal, while the merchant would have o partition off a slobbering department for his clerks In tke store I Let's dont have It Tli CbU. Better he sickly and better h" ha' blly clad. , , , . ti Better lie 'mely and meek, bett.-r be dirt) and ha I, IL-tter be Huythlni 'P"i earth-any tlilnit else lint It cad ; The sick nny recover their health, a ch' make a xwell of a truiip, The homely may fa-t lnate inarts, an I a Sallil lnay evmvn man " mi'i'i The weak may strong, and the dlity f t clean. The thin my f,t,i BIjJ ,ue fut rrovv Ji-itu, Hut y'U ncer ''. never tan never era'' The deep rooted dirt from the mhiI of a ' cal Pr -Mi Am id: My Dear dr-"Tli-Cough h'illrr you klrdly sei.t me IshIiii'W gone, am! 1 want It aUays III the lioii I wU the world knew its value "-liev fer.u Ihhkiill. Med foid. M". ? "'J' at all dniggMs. Price, 25 ROV and fl per bottle. - - t l u llu In tliu Ilil.liUl' Of til nk'ht. rou-dnir her husband, "1 declare, I - r ... i i I.,, , i "... forgot to put Tlie niacaerei iobohk. cm yum ahI don' u'lieve you'd- urn yum uot much on It If you had," tald Bleep) John. Tl.. merlin .f 1st .Ixl-llll'ii Oil SS a Mil t UO HI' I WB " .... . - - cure for rheuinatlhin are kuon every wuere. HI winter suit he proudly wore, Then wrestled with the itoe jlpe slim; It slipped, and Mows! how he swore, a. i . ....I I.I... I J I Is winter soii nan nuri unit. A new star in the liniiaiiient, lied Star fi.UL'h Cure. It banishes courhs aud throat troubles, contains no morphia or opium and Is cafe and sure. I'tlce twenty live ceuts. Walter "I beg your pardon, sir, tut It's one o'lm k, sir." Cavelev .who has loht hlinsell a llttiei- "Whatsh Is it, waiter (hit), yeshteiday 'i t'morrerV .. n ' Hie Art of AietulOK Well. TLere is nothiug upon which a woman expends more thought, time and expenses than In her endeavor to appear well In pub 11c. There is more attractive In the world than a healthy glow of cheek, a well rounded form, and an ehibtlc step in a wo man. ' )rnaments and decorations look out of place on a tieraou of pale f -ce, fragile form and languid movement. These things may cover some defects, but there Is au ab seme of "the eternal ftneos of things." There are hundreds of ladles whnse lives are ebbing slowly away, and leaving them "wrecks of their former selves," who might be saved from this "living death" by the use of that Invigorating tonic. Hwlft's Spe clflc. There are a number of the finest looking ladles In Atlanta today who a few years ago were perfect physical wrecks, but whose health have been restored by this wonderful remedy. No one who looks upon their magnificent forms aud i heerful countenances today would suspi cion that these were the parties who a few mouths ago were pi ay lug to die; but It Is so. They are ready to admit that Swift's Specific saved their lives and saved them from untold eulferlngs. One of them re marked recently that "If it had not been for the S. 8. S. tonic I would have been In my gruve before now." Mrs. . F. Brad ley, of Detroit, Mich , says: "Kvery bottle of S. S. S. is worth a thousand times Its weight In gold." Mrs. Sarah K. Turner, of Tennessee, says: "S. S. S. snatched me from the grave when I w;;s dying." Mrs. K.J. Cosuiilmn, of Richmond, a-, says: "S S. S. saved me from the grave." Mrs Elizabeth Baker, of UeorglB, said: "F.ven Vanderbilt's money could not buy what 8. S. S. has done for me." Capital, Atlanta. Ua. Treatise on BIwnI aud Skin Diseases mailed free. Tua SwivT SrKCiKic Co., Drawer II, At lanta, Oa. " Young man," said the stern parent to the applicant for his daughter's hand, "are you sure you can support a family ?" "I I wasn t making any calculations on that," stammered the youth. "I only want the girl, you know." A man who has practiced medicine for 40 years ought to know salt from sugar; read what he says: Toi.koo, O., Jan. 10,1887. Messrs. F.J.Cheney 5c Co. Gentlemen: --1 have been In the general practice of medicine for most 40 years, and would say that In all my practice and experience. have never seen a preparation that 1 could prescribe with as much confidence of suc cess as I cun Hall's Catarrh Cure, manu factured by you. Have prescribed It a great many times and its effect is wonder ful; and would tmy In conclusion that I have yet to find a case of Catarrh that it would not cure. If they would take It ac cording to directions. Yours truly, i.. li. UOKSLTH, M. I). Olllce, 215 Summit St. We will iflve ttlOli for anv case of Ca tarrh that can not be cured with Hall's Catarrh Cure taken internally. F. J. CiiKKKV x Co., I wps , loleuo, u. t3T8old by Druggists, 75 cts. Merchat.t "Have you received tlie last month's gas bills?" Clerk "les, sir." Merchaut "Well, what is the total charge of the light brigade V" Dr. Seth Arnold's Surar Coated Bilious Pills, unequalled for costheaess. jaundice and Liver troubles. 25c. A through ticket creates an implied con tract between the carrier and passenget that he will be transported by the carrier to his destination. Upon a through ticket the carrier Is liable for the loss or damage to baggage at any part of the transit; and any negligent connecting carrier is liable also. There D' ay be a partnership between connecting lines of railroads, but a through ticket Is not sufficient evidence of such partnership. A., T. & S. F. it. It. t Itoacb, 8. C. Kan. A Gift fur A 11. In order to give all a chance to test it, and thus be convinced of its wonderful curative powers, Dr. King's New Discovery lor Con sumption. Coughs and Colds, will be, for a limited time, given away. This offer is not only liberal, but shows unbounded faith in ibe merits of this great remedy. All who suffer from Coughs, Colds, Consumption, Asthma, bronchitis, or any affection of Throat, Chest, or Lungs, are especially re quested to oall at D. Lorriaux's Drug Store, and get a Trial Bottle Free, Large Bottles, $1.00. The State Board of Agriculture has found that the preferences are about equal between Chicago and Springfield, as the permanent site for the Illinois State Fair. Dr. Birelow'a stomach anJ 1iTr ntlla are superior to all others. Prioe 25 cents of E. Y. Origgs. AMAIIAM AND ISAAC. DR. CUHTItS' N0TE3 ON THE SUN CAY SCHOOL LESSON. t.rim X f Uib InleriiatUiDBl ffterlee for h!M-.' .v, riirrli Ol. Tut, ri x x 1 1, 111; (.ulilrw Trat, OtneU It. V."" now "iiiw the pitt trial of Abra nu' I It wm fiftinij that tho fatherof t:; (i;,l. r: i-ioli-uipt luu kliouM pas through f , l-:t" f tUi i i;i t on bimw-lf andoiiliU jc' ; , nat.'orml a well a spiritual. A': i""-!i hundred ynam old, throtisu O iiv.a-u!'ius Kjwi-r ho hud become the ha;.' y lailn-r ( Iho hng promiM"! on. At (Sod rr monoid his otlit-r son, Idiniot-l, lad tsi'ii ! y : m1 with lis mothfr, for Isaac was to l.i hi-, hi.' . Iit-ir. On the lif of Iaar, for whom h Ii.kI v Hitisl no ling, (Scxl's mvi-uant 0!i I tviry promise that he had made de pciid'il. THK t.KSSO.". The To.-tin? of Abraham (v. 1) Aftr the evi-iits !. tiImmI m the preceding chapter 5tl pmvi' l (I'.-viMxl Vcrsimi) Abraham, or put him to t'.i- final Ut. Ko f ar oa CS.vl was con ci'i mil this was uiiii'MNiary, for ho knew all nlxmt hU s'Tvunt. But Abraham was to ktnnd l-efore his ooopl.. and those of every ago as an . xniiiploi'f faith (Itom. Iv, 13, P); the;-e-fort'li'sl pnt.1 him to the test. God Ud not tempt him as w ro:unun!y understand this wonl. Wo SMjuK-iate with temptation the Idea of tin. The Now Testament distinctly declares that it ii impossible that Cod should tempt any ono (Juturs 1, 1!!). He simply proves his chosen servants (compare Matt v, 1) a men prove machinery which Is to do an important work and Is liable to be sub jected to a great strain. V. 2. This verse contains a climax. Each word in the divine command must have gone t Abraham's heart like a dagger, piercing deeper and deeper. Cl says (v. 1), "Abra ham" namo which was given him as a prophecy that he should bo a father of many imt.ou "t.i!.o thy son;" and that he may not mi-tsKo whMi, or think of Ishmael.be adds, "thine only son," through whom alone all tho promises that have been made are possible, "whom thou loveht," dear as the opplo of his eye, hIsaac" (laughter) a name associated nith such happy memories before and after his birth. The mountain nlluled to herein the land of Moriuh i supiM-Kml by many to be Mount Moriah, the cito rf Solomnu's temple (II Chrou. fit, 1), which throughout every subsequent pe riod of Israclitisu history has been the most sacred nit on all the earth. This is a ques tion that we cannot definitely decide, and which is of minor tmportaniw; and yet, as we shall see later on, Mount Moiiab seems to bo Indicated. Tbe coiam:md does not appear to have ex cited tho kurprise and horror in the mind of Abraham that we khould expect. Perhaps tho reason of this Is in tho fact that human sacrifices were common snioug the people of Canaan, as wo learn from the Scriptures (li Kings xvi, U: I's. cvi, OS), as well a from other sources. Abraham, therefore, was not likely to he shocked because be was called upon to oiler up his sou. Abraham's Implicit Oltedience S As soon as ho rccelvt the command he prepares to obey. He who had pleaded for the preser vation of Kodom on amount of Ixt make no plea for his son. Taking an ass, and a couple of servants as attendants, he goes iu tint di rection that !d had indicatet. Vs. 4, .r. tin tlie third day he sees tbe place afar u:V. Ho then bids the young man to re main uith tho as white he and his son go aud worship and return. Evidently ho still hopes Hint this will lie tho case, and utters the htn gmio of Lis heart w hen ho speaks of return ing to them with Isuac. Vs. 0-H. We have in these verses tho affect ing details of the final journey of father and son. Tho wood is carried by Isaac, while Abraham takes the tire with which be is to light the sacrifice and the knife with which he is to slay it. Doubtless this part of tbe journey wus a silent oue. Abraham's heart must have, Imxmi too full for utterance. Isaac, with Oriental deference, does i"t speak to his father until he asks the question regarding tho sacrillce: "Behold the lire and the wood; but w hero is the lamb for the burnt offer ing I" Abraham replies, "God will provide himself the lamb for the burnt offering, my son." no could not utter tho awful truth to his son; but we are not to supose that there is an evasion hero on his part any more than when bo tells tbe servant that he will return w ith Isaac. He still hopes that he will Uoc be called on to slay bis son. Vs. 0-10. He does not falter, however, in his obedience. Arriving at the place be builds the altar probably something after the model described in Exodus xx, 2-1 !W ar ranges the wood, binds his son Isaac, and lays bim on tbe altar, on the wood. Only after e.11 these prorations are made, perhaps with the hope that deliverance may yet come, dose ho at last take the knife to slay his son. Ao cording to the decription given of the sac rifices in t bo Mosaio ritual it was customary to fcluy the victim first and then put him on tho altar (Lev. 1). A Complete Sacrifice (vs. U-lfi) The mo ment Abraham took the knife to slay bis son, the MUTirlco was complete. God did not de sire the life of Lsaac Ha thus clearly fchowt that he does not demand huniuu sacrifices (Micah vi, 7-S). But Abraham bod as truly surrendered his sou to God as though he had plunged tho knife into his heart (Heb. xJ, 17 l'.i). It is the angel of Jehovah Uiat ceihi to him from heaven and bids him not to do anything to the lad. The angel Is represented as say ing that now he knows that Abraham fears Uod because ho liful not withheld his son, bis only son from hiui. This language, however, is accommodated to Abraham's understand ing. Wo have learned that God knows all things but Abraham perhaps did not clearly know it. We thus have Uvd represented as condescending to the imperfect knowledge of his servant here as well as in other places, and as gaining knowledge as if he were a man (Gea xi, 5; xviit, 81). Tbe truth that God know all things was indeed partially appro bended at that time (Gen. xvi, 13, Revised Version;, but it was not clearly revealed untQ afterward (Pa, exxxlx.). V. 1.1 As Abraham has sell to Isaac, God did provide himself a sacrifice. At tbe very moment that the angel of Jehovah had fin ished speaking, Abraham saw a ram behind him caught by his horns in the thicket. He took him therefore and offered him in place of his soil The Lord will Provide (v. 14) Abraham, after this joyfal experience, gives the place a name Jehovah jireh (the Lord will provide, Revised Version, margin). Tbe writer oddsi "As it is said to this day, In tbe mount of the Lord it shall be provided (Revised Version); or if we regnrd the well known meaning of the imperfect we may translate tbe passage: "In tbe mount of Jehovah it la wont to be provided." What mount then is intended and is so especially pointed out as the moun tain of Jehovah, unless it be Morion, which perhaps signifies "appearance of Jehovah." Meaning of this Sacrifice What then is tbe significance of this transaction f I. Tbe whole history of Abraham shewa tbe miraculous origin of tbe Hebrew nation, and this avriace of Isaac indicated how con- rletoly Uiey beljiigtHl to flod. J-iaao was Imrn through a inlrnlo, im I his I if which wosort tliejioirit of leiug taken in sacrifice wai glVeii tin- K t Mm. Thus I-.ru 1 in the person of ) .me was peclnlly couwruted to Uin erv.'e or lil. 2. Time are cci tain jwrv.iin,;e In theOM T'sinui' iit uli.iiu Urn ili n nil, follotMiig tli" ex:ini!ils of the New, hits made tV! i al of It. ul'lt. Hi 10 ii unit of tho chief, nnd it pit- I cMs to u the wonderful 1'ivi'of Cod iu tlie Clft of I;. ni.ly an 1 Well beloved Son to Uiu for u.i. roiNTS TO HE HEMKMBKUKD. 1. CM never tenipU men; He roves Hli iiioe! n.'1'VuuK 2. Al Tallinn obeys Ood'n command promptly un 1 exucily. t, TheiMiynf implicit laVdiunco tu dvl U the wuyi f hifity uod blevinj "The Lord Wl.l provide. 4. (lod abhors biimnii tneri flees, but hode n m u lit tUe coiiiplo:a un rentier of our bodies luul bouls to him for time and etc inty. fl. Since Chi l-t lias cdven himself for us, we ought to five ouivlves for him. Sunday School VVoi id. The lest on earth can truly be snld of flriirgs (ilyeerine Salve, which w a sure, s lie and speedy cure for cuts, hruises. aca't's bninH, woniids aud all other sores Will ih itivt'ly cure pile", letter and all skin en p. liens. Try this wonder healer. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Duly 20 cents, hold by I, 1 . Griggs. Head NOTICE. Increase of Cuultal Stock. There 1" limetlng ut the StiM Stmldrrii if tie OKuws Hrr rmjr kii.i Hurl l o. neiu mi inrunii-rur h 11. Hull, iii ott . NUn li Ji.l. !;. hi eluht n't lis-lt r li., to ihWc ai'llnn Uiuu the lln ri iuw i.f ih- i-pltJ movli ul Mia ttiUipaii. J. II. Ml fcli. 8 K. KINO. A. MAIL. WM. THHH A. W )i. blOllMoNT. ffehJS Jw Ulreelori. N'OTICK..-r'TT or Wimiau Shk a. Dsr'n. Nutiro ( lirreli) Klvrli that the umtt-raiiciinl, Kl rriitrii i.f Hit- Inut will ami iFulniiient nff Wl lmln Hhra latent the fMimjr nff jsllr anil nlnlfef lllluu!i. ili I'eaMsl. will ain-ur ln-lure thr I'ruhate Court of mil rieiuty on the thin! Mnuday (U Iuk Hie iMh day i of April. ISKi. at the 1'n.lwlr I uiirt It.xilli. til Oltawa, Iu alil loulllT. alien aud hi-rr all k iw.iih haMhK I'lalum lr ll.ll.nu" K nil"1 "m ni.fr nir uuuui ... at. i uu ml pn-M-ut the name in wrliniK tor ailjuninn-ui. HateJ this lath day ut Kebruar), a i. 17. KLLKS S1IKA. feblS-Sw Keiuirn .'INAIi HUnLKMKNT. Etati cr I'nii.ip Skill. Imi Kli. Nulled la hereby (rlvi-n tiiallperanna untreated IU aald eatate, thai the tiii'leraltrheif, aitniluiatratrix. ie . nff the ratal ol wld Ci mi i of therininiy of La Salle aud atatc of llllnola, al ihr i i.iinii court llouae. inoitaaa. In aald eouaty. un MoDilny, tW'i't d:iv of Mareh, A. P. 1BS7, fur the ur fc ul'reiiiU'rliiK an ai eoiiui ol her proeeeillnira In the Millllin.lHriUloil ill rhi'I r.i:iii- mi mc iiuai rrtviniiic-oi. iMlixl at Ottawa, this lull iluv of Ketiruary. W.. NKI.l.tK J. SSELL, Attmt' Hknkit IIki miu. AilinthUitralrli. C. Clerk FrohiUe Court, l.a ralle Co.. 1)1. ffi'bl-8w DUNCAN, O'COKOB & GILBERT, Atlnrnry tli Law. AK rKli'H SAI.K.-Sl'A I K t U.U VOIS. La SaLII a'1 (:irMTT La ftl' uvuitiy iirvmr i own. In Hip niAiu-r of Kluha WellaMaekett ami Harriet M W Sai kette. .Inha Adnali Saekeir, Julia A. hai ketl and Johu K'Uiieil.- i Jlill ,h I'artMnn. I'ul'lie noilee l lierehy given, that In purauanee of deeretal order eiittmi lu Hie ui"ive euuiieti eaime . in aid court on the l'li dav of Kehmiiry. a. n. 17, I. Iiuninn Mr I moduli Hunter In ( 'baueery for aald Court, ou naiiinlHT. Ihi IStli dav of Mareh. a. I. 17. at two o i l.u k In the uftPi noon of aald dv. ahall aell at pihltc in tli. n, to tlie hiuh- at and neat biilder, for caah, at the aouth dorof the C ounty Uoun llniiae. ill in, hi aiiM eoiiutj'. the following1 deaerlbed real eatale. attuate In the evuiuyoT Ij Salle and mate of Illmoia, to wit: The miriliwetit nuarter of aeeUon naintier twenty. flgbtiai). in tiwnahii thirty-two iSii north, ol ranwe five iSi rant ol me tnini can i pnueipii iiieiniinu, nmnu' er with all and liuiular the telienieuia and hcrrdlUi uieaUUiereuutu WSCfiS Ml!lMll.1JAtU Maater lu i.baneerT. Oltawa. February 'JSth. a. D. Is;. febaWw 'TAX SAI IMO'rit'K.-N'otke hereby 1 iv..i, to ih. tinknowii owuera ol uml to the un known iwrllea Interested In the followinif deaerlltrd laud ai.4 town lota and partauf Iota, which were wild f,,r ii... i..,n.ii:iniiit of t iivrn. lmereat unit ixmt 'or the year a. u. Inland prevloua yearn, in aeeoriUnee W 111) HU Order Ol Hie I.UU'H) vouh ui im ort.i- .......... ...,t llllnola rlHtfil Mhv Ulh. a. 1). 1SHV Hull al a tax aiileof delinquent land ami towu 'oo. and prta of lil by the Treasurer ana ex-onn io eoot-iior m mr t..r Ijisi.ii. ami at ate of llllnola. lor the gtmr. enmity ami other ta.tea due and miimid tliert for the jeur a. n. l-et and prevloua yeara, held hi the County i:ourt Utilise, In theettf off Ottawa, In tint enmity of I Saile anil atale ul llllnola. ou in uiuiiaj ut ouw, . llvi, mid t ontlnuetl fnimday tn diy In pumuanee ol law , auid aale WHsOoiillliued to and llieludi il the iM day ol June, a. I. 1m."i; tliHloU heaidWl day of June, a. p. l jHiuea lii-ardon. of Morn. Illlnoi. tieeauie the imrchaaer al said aale ror aaid taxea of the followliiix lie ' .. -t in,..i. i.r lunil town lota nnd narra of town tola. lo wit Fraction N KH Section II, ToWUalilp :o Kaiue 3 Kaat of j.1 r. M., i.'ourainiiiK iiuaerea, in aam n nj ml aiHte, Haaeaaetl to ainllii tlier.ame ol FreilSchuike; lao to aiiine. Undivided ! Mha lyt.t ,1, beellou 15 Town .li.. Q-: i',,..!i ,.i 'tin. :id l. M..coutalnliiK.V) arret. iu aald' county and at ate, aeaeaaed to and in the name of Fretl, li 1UIHK6. .MHO, ou uie aanjc uiti , ...o .o,,. aale, Vudivitled 5 Ki ltM acrea k iM S Section Ih. lowuahi(. , KueiP-1 Kaat of So P. SI., coutalulun 5 B. lOU w-rea, In aald county and alale, aaaeaaed to aud lu the uame ol Slv (intlln. Alao. on the tame day and at . aaiM aKv 8KW Section IS. Towudilp Si. Ilaimt! '2 Fji of Jd P. M., containing 40 at:rea, In aald aounty and slate, aaaeaaetl to and lu the name of lxvl Oreeii. Also, on the amne day aud at t'ue aaiiie aale, belni! the i'd day of June, lasJ. K It Lot S. N W v hee.. llouJI.TuwlialupSS. KanaeS Kaat of S4 1'. M .. cuntalu- 1 t 10 acre. Ill H1U eoiiniy auti nair,"s the name of K. V. Wotal. Alao. ou the same dj and ttheaameaaie. heiim the?M ttay of June, IW. Lots. NWSt Secliun Jl.Tow inhlpM, Kautfe. a Kaat of Jd V, aj 7.tii oi -xi uerea. in aaid couutv and ttata. aa aeaaed to and To the name of John Currier. Alao, at the aame aale aud an tne aa oar oijum. ibub. y ji g Nn SocUon 9S, Townahlp S3. Hanne 4 Kaat of d P. M., ,...,.u.in 'm .r.a in aald countT and atate. aaaeafcd in and m the nania 'of Johu Lahey. Alto. at the aame aJu and on the d day off June. U n. Lot Uon 1, Townihlp IB. Rangi 5 Kaat of 3d P. M., contain lua 3 acrea, lu aald county aud tate, aaaeaaed to and lu the name ol Wm. Wol. Also, al the Hme sale and on the Zld day of June. 1!3. w S.if-'i o " TownshlpU. RanKeS Kant of 3d I'. M.. eon alnln H' lUO acre, in mid eouutyand alale. waanat d touiid In tne uaiiiM ot M. ttiiaon. Also, al the aame aale aud on the same day, Lot IS, Section 7, Towuahip 88. Ranne S Kaa of M r. H., rouianuuK f at n-a, iu i i.u, state, wu asaeased to and In the name of Aim) Law rence. Alao, at ihe aame al aud on the aaiiie day. 1it 8. Sectlou sn, Townahlp SS. Rnie i Kanif Sd P. M ., conUlnliiK IK- Ut) acres. In the aald county and state, 1 .u...t ... i.i Oim ndnii of Marv t.. TrIDIfl. Hull wa ivirBn.-w , - Alao, at the aamesale ami ou the aaiiie day. b by 20 rod. Mi N W hwtloli . lowiianiiiai. iww P M.. conialulUK 1 acre, la aald county and a'ale, aud was aasesse.1 to and In the name of F. lj. Uallon. Also, at the aame aale. and ou the same day, Lot 8. Block 14. in the towu of La salle Center.ln aaid county and state, and waa aaaeaaed Ul and in the name of Henry McOl 1. Alo. at the same aale and on Ihe aame day. Lot S, Hlia-k ft la me old Town of Fern, lu "id eouuty aud ate, ana wa aM.ed t.i and 111 the name of James (ahill Alao. at Uie same sale aud on the aame day, Lot S. BUaK IS, in tbe Old Town of I'eru. In aald eouuty nab atate. and aa asMwaed to and in the name of J. Mailory 4 l o. Also, al the ame aale and on the aame day, Ixit S. Block II. lu the Old Town of Peru. In aald counlr and uwe. and waaasaeaaed to and in the name of J. Mallo-'-.Tl. TrZT.. .aire aiu and on beaanie dar. H KM! f?It'K. Lots, Bl.k 17. In the Old Town of in the name of W. ft. lay. Also, at the aame aale and oa .bean day. KW Y,U B. R."B. Lots. Block li. In the Old Town ui l'era. In aald county aud aUAle. and waaaaaeaed to and 'n the name of W B Day Al t the aame aale aad on the aame day, Out-lot as. In Wmteru Addition lo the Town of Peru, la aald count) . i , ...,t miM ...MiMt in and in the name or c O. Brewater. That the underpinned la the legal awn-r of the aald certificate of purebaae of aalil land, biwu lotianil parta of town lota; and that the time of re demption from aald Ul aale and purehaae wUI expire on me an an o an". Ottawa, Feb. Sin. a. "-jasB9 rjjaRDON. ffeb4w Purcbaaer. ALESMEIMl tar a KTKIt. Good WsaTM i Beat terma. tork anil pecla!tlea In the buslneaa. nnwaismT. I J ArsTIS bHAW.SUKSMilJiA.1, FOR SALE. 1 H AVB FOR 9ALF. SOME OF THF. FINEST FAR I ISO LAS W IN LA SALLE COt SiTY. 90 acre In Deer Park. 1 so acrea In Der Park. 1 acrea la Deer Park. Sjn acrea in Dayton. IK acrea la Dayton. M acrei 1-. South Ottawa. W acre la Wait ham. in) ai-rva in Fall KlTer. ao acrea In Fall Klrer. ISO acrea la SouUi Ottawa. HU acrea In Allen-. ail acrea lo Bruokfleld. lat acrea la KarL W acrea la ana BUS. All t,llmproTed farm. Another '' La Salle. UTllursun and Ford coojUea. -?mt ana wot tne U io mean biuuneaa and want a bargain. .urfjs-tf Utuwa.l)l. ("un a Ooiiphs, Colds, llnaraeneaa. reoiip, Asthma, Hi oie linn. Vuoo inT I'ouh, Im Ipu-iil Lnsuiiip- lloll, HI14 ,i-ie.va inii,.w. siiaoiia III atltaurrd tt of ii ilistw. 1'rt eidiia. (Vt ra. Ilia Oeinnne J'r. lull Ct.' ep u auld only In w-Aila irniviira. and ts-nia our rtyMered T-le Vnrka to til i A liuU'ttlmi in a I letie.niveaV sirtp i aaiioM L i'fl, a a ibe facsimile tla-natunairifJiAa aV. lull A. i: Jf.-fcee ft... tw'la Prop a. luUUawra, Ud., li. a. A, Chew l.nnae'a Plnae The areal Tnbarra.fsw tldolel-l nru lOl U.-Sold by est iTUU. - i & PR St Manufactiirer nff Sne MAKSL3 ' audit ItAMTk MONOItlENTS Head Stones, And all kludaof CEMITEKY WOU. Hew aad Original Designs a irtviAbT. Ti I i n folunihnaSt., on bio nur aol Clifton Hotel, Money to Loan. I have nioner to lon in anm to aulf, nn fann Wn ia at t per cent and 7 per cent intereat, owlna! to U off loi n, an ut of aecurity aud time to rnu. ( "11 ujhiU or addreaa LEVI W. ROOD. Dec. 11-Smoa bhrndaa, IIUui j STOVE IPA1BS. Stove. Hai.(fi-s and Fnrnacea Repaired and kiaoV eoiial to new. 1 furnish tepaira for auy atore made lit in me L S. A lame aioclt of repair alwaya on hand. hatHfactton guarantei'd la all caaea. bWiBO-Jiai.d sieves tHiiight aim sold, Pleas write or callpD TUS flAIXAOIik'H. 10-) USaile trect, Bear Waahllujtou square, otwwa, 11L daxis OTTAWA 1'OST orncK. AssivaL aki) DiFABTras or Mail. C, II 1. P. K- K. .. I'UHU, A1Ta Rattero mall iM a. m. S? . u. Weatern mall OS ' A Night mU I 0r. at. C. B. 4 Q. R- R. Southern mall M -u a. m. IJ - w Northern mall 810 r. M. Vti a. Stnator apeclal ...... 1 "- Dkk Pak. TueadayTlltlday, Friday. 1 r. St. t . Office open at? .00 A. w. Cloae at T. r. u. Ottlce onm Sunday, from 11 $AVt P. M. ObleAgo, BarMngtOB ud Qamev X. & TIMB TABLE. June UOth. 1886. BALD rrv s u STATIONS. ...Chicago... Aurora.... VmI Anroea. i Fox Rlv June ...Oaweco.... ..Yorkvlllo... .... Fo...... . Mlllbrook.. ..M.lllnKton.. ...BLwldan... ....Strena.... ....Blake.... ....Wedron... nattAS 1 SI ISftM c'R-lAPCr! OTTAWA 44 44 V 46 H SonthOtUwa. Hid Track.. .Grand Rldce. ...Klcharda... ...Streator... St 40V rremnt irain caiTTiai naawuiiri. ,TT"'D.Vvr " followi: For Earl, 4.20 P. M for Anrnrn. 10.0 a,ai. l2t streator. a ua a. ., o.w r. a... auu ,yi w ' . 1JL:..'..tn en.kVinaj. at.nectlin AlAaror tor .llpolnueaftdweat ia-i. Boom?. MKFV! ".T. 7.. . s.m. aWnina rjkr armnmoctatlob and time tablet will bsekeaiv ftapprrUaj to eeaeral Paatecger Afcnt, Chkafa H6?norriliWr Cblo-fO. 61 OblosM, Eock Island and Paoilo BAllroaA KW TIMK TAB LB. OArva Kaat. No. 10, Peru Aceominodatloa JJ a, nanaaait-y aaiirTsw.j....... ",75- " 12, Omaha, Peo'la & Bt. Panl Kxprea ll. A u " 8. Davenport Accommodation S, Kanaa City K! Jht Kx preen B2 A a " 4, Omaha A bt. Paul Kxprea AWaa rrttaht Carrftng Pimmgm, i a a " ' a&par "90 Got so Wist. No. S, Omaha 4 fit Paul Night Kxpreia US A u 5, Kanaaa City and Peoria Nlgnt Kxprea.. K a " 7. Ivenport Accommodation n o a " n. Kanaaa City Kxprea and Mail 2SI S 1 Omaha, Peoria & 8t Paul Kxprea. ffi " , Peru Accoinuiodailon " ' " 29, - sjn . B "23, . . tn r-hleacso at 10 A. W. anu lfUIT Cblc"4?: dally rs.Vac). cartas puiwuRvni from Ocnwfo to itw. Sal,"' and No M bVtweefi U Salle and Joliev 8V and carry JJS and La Halle. K K t a ''"iL 1!LL wl?" Ueo'lTakA Pa- Aat ,' Agnt at Ottawa Chicago, Altea A Bt. Losis Railroad Oa and after May . IBM. trains na tbe C A A. K , H. paaa Jollet at follow; . I .tKi!Hr;Br. ir r .n,l R L. RmrtM.. ? 1 lahinlna VsnrAss ........ ..r. Mf A M biaiMiiHa r - - ...... Jollet Accommodation ' S " Denver Kxprea a ini at Kxprea Mall s.wr QOIKO SoCTH. Rxpraa MalL liSril Joltet AocommodaUoa.. ,JE J " LlKhlnlng Kxpreaa, uenrer "V-""z. k Annxui inir na bw iju T.jpy- n'n-w rr, LIOK BBB irwMui '"ST"." aleeper. to Bt Lonl. and Sprtmffleld. Ticket Aa-ent C A A. RalkroaaV Tjjuoit Oeatral Bsilroad. soixa oTW. rmoM la salls. Paaaenger iiSrS.' raeutrr.. ; i Aoeotniuodatm -ZM- Kui :::::::::::::::::::::: !oii! FrM.hi. . . - - v v.- - r: . : vw.' Pwwenger J Paaseimr .' Frelnht f g J FrelKht 2l r Z Freight (goe ao furlber) WJ" r- " 8. P. Mooas. w. a. "V--j Tteket Aireat ,mVl One Agent (Merchant only) wanted tn every lews for - mm Mf rfUU VI jv - -.. m.akaaW tarn. . ni. Btanr. Col. AddraM,(K. W laitwAn"- !""!- aw m r-ktmMA nrflVelaPhCadelneil isa llsnftl.t AjOtfT Union Ae T ( Me-ap Going South, Paaa. Paw. No. 71 5o.l B. B. r.v. IV AM.LV 4.4S S.4S (.14 10.23 I.U 10.28 190 10.M S.40 10.68 A.4S 11.00 IM ll.OS 7.SS 11.13 7.U 11.23 7.22 11.3b 7.M 11.42 7.87 11-M 7.50 12.02 I 1.10 12 22 I 9.80 W.4sJ Going Kirilnt Pat. Pmh 10.80 a'w t.lS B.S0 .07 S.17 8. 14 6.(0 8.41 4.S.' IH 4 45 g.M 1.18 t.M g.oe 4. 7.S8 S.US 7.B0 -) j 7.42 8.60 7.28 3.35 ! 7.0S 1.15 . tOJ AM.LV f.11 niie menv I IjN rw fctt M.Ttwi. awsMaaj.