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At Noa. 01 1 U 0 inU VP tWIM-f WM. OHMAN ONH, 1" ropriftor, -r.ot.a n MBtOHlPTlON: ". i.bo ,BdveOB,pT" - ?n U ,t pd till ' "i"t"i .7 uO not part till end of six months U.o Fifteen cent, a year ..'added to paper. " " u' Bounty to over preav im-m i-- Toe wruu will be strictly adhered to. TO MAILMHSCUIUF.IW. PIMM be c-ruiu that the date on the IIh-1 ou JrT,eMnulc.u the time u, which e P."l I" Er ,1... U doe. not. plee notify vmm I. U.ng.he. . !ulsKrtber. error, are liable lo occur, and we take 4U method lo keep crml aco.unl. with ...ail .u libera. If the label not corrected wlU.ln two week. uld have revelled p., ...cut ple-e notify us. Weere .Tea tuore anxious than you to U.e account r"L OUR AllFSTS: Tn FBM Tbamb "y obtained at the fdloini -lice, by th. .ingle co,.).r .utcrl,.U.u. ..II be Uk- lor any length of time t the regular rnica: K. H. Pools, hereon. III. t H.TsoWHSiDu, Marselllee. D H. UsbssillLUSeners. ObokubII. IIsko, for Tri.yOrove.Oplilrei.,1 Wal thaia. Address. Tr) Urove. Postmaster al Ilan4. PuatniMtrr l Tonlca. Da. K. It ATwtvon. Iiiit. U. IIhiimS N'e Healer, MeiidoU. PimtinuireK. t Ransom. Postmasters are uihoriel to recle .Ulan nptl.ua t til postofflces Id thl. rouuty. CANVAaSIIU Wanted In every town In UKalie county. Liberal omi missions pld in culi. Write f. term. at udlug icier eucc in til rt. Unitrtd at ' 't "" tntmrn. Illitiuu. At Ottawa. By Sakaii Jt di ky I'. .toM. StiUinurr, tlUnoi. But yestmlay the free winds play. O'er the prairie wild, uticialiiied, uu shorn, Through foreHta, that the llijht oi tly Had pierced not since creation's moru; lo this same path which wuvwi have worn Through limestone bed. aud ylnlding clay, Theso rivers twain haste to their hounie From Ottawa. That near pant seems to touch us here ; To be but part of all we see ; That engine's fhrlek, loud, Hhrlll and char, rteemsthe wild whoop of savagery, Where bends that drooplug, wave swept tree. Should swift canoe dart out away l'art of the sjell It would apjear At Ottawa. The red man's trail U all arotirxl ; ills foot prints light pass not away ; Kinbalmed In every name and eound, Today we tread In the huutinn ground Of Illinois and Pottawattamie; Heelt the lone rock their death dtxtni found, Near Ottawa. Old friend thit wandered by uiy Bld Vour words unheeiled panned by me, Ah llHtenlng to that rippling tide In fancy's realm my senses glide, Hear sounds, Bee scenes long passed aay, Yet living death, time, change delied, At Ottawa. Iiw cactus studs thv arid shore, Or fertile curves In shadows lie; Or rank erowths to thy wave bend o'er Where once the wild deer traked his way. Varied the scene, the smiling day, The sunlit skies rellected ur Into thy depths, bright as of yore, At Ottawa. Jlere joined to stronger sound and (low. La Fox, my childhood's lullaby, Washes the alluvial plains lelow, Or miles of forests wanders by. From steamer's deck I day by Jay Have seen the gliding picture go, Htlller than 'neath the red man's sway, Lone, vast, and stretchlug far below From Ottawa. And If a race that past In night, Evanishing from light or day, Yet lives, through veiled trout mortal Blpht, May not some potent Influence hfcty That draws them where their earth life liyr Then surely from yon tree crowned height An eye may look that knew each war That makes this sceue so f ilr and bright At Ottawa. St. CltarU Chmhi.-U. Til K COI'KTV Circuit Court. Jl'IKJK HLAM'ltARI. A'eu) Cat'. Victoria HoJgers v. William Itudgers; dirorce. Parties married at Col cheater, III, June 21, 1S71. I'laiutill sets up repeated and extreme cruelty striking her, drawing a raior. Also be is charged with iufidelity. She asks that the custody of their ouly child, a girl, agid lo years, be given her. Samuel u. Kohliins v J. K. for buB ct al. and the Acme Clsy and llriuk Co , to foreclose a mortgage and note for $ri,5(0. Henry Hubbard J. It. ('orbits et al, to fore close note mortgage of $1,04X. June G. Phillips t Thomas W. U. Crane et al, for re lief from sheriff's sale of her dawer, &c, in certain lands, and to clear title. I.uura It. Abramt v Levi Green eitl, to foreclose utort I age for $400. It. M. Uruaer, eiecutor, &c, y Henry Uuderwoed and wife to foreclose Mortgage for $434. Mary C. I'helao t John J. Phelan et al, to quiet title. Betsey Har ris t Emma K. McDean et al, petition for partition of lands. Nioholas K. Drown f James 8. Dimmick; assumpsit; claim $'. Lyman Everingbam & Co. ? Jamea K. But ters; attachment; $0,000. James U. ISuback V W. E. Cbapin; assumpsit; $1,900 damages. j Chancery. Lucy B. Bascom v J, I. and Johanna Byrne; master's report approved ani final order entered as to distribution of property. Mary J. P. Denaple v Edward Denaple; ft supplemental decree allowing aliaaony of $100, and to have him enjoined from selling homestead. Deer 4 Co. v Homer and Laura Walters; master's report approved. Law. Lottie K. C'Coaner ? Dennu Mvr phy; ejectment; jar find defendant guilty f withholding property from plaintiff. John Beta t Halver H. Larson; jury find for plalatiff in $82 82. James Overrigat t E. W. Wihwn Hupp; jmry find for plaintiff U $204 1. ti.. ritnwlnir are the names oi me . uo n Jurors called for the March term : Grand Jury. M. C Lane, Allen; James P. Clark, Bntokfleld; Fred Klchards Hru-e; Henry Curyea. Payton; Philip U-ller, I) mm ck; Ohas. K. Um-"l. Krl ; Joliri IcUII. Uj n: Urluh IVrson. Fall Ulver; Christ McLor mlck, (5rati.l KtphU; Wiu McKlben e, u Slle John irtnbm, La alle; Ihomas Shelt.n,LaS,lle; D II lttt!l. MHnllt s; imu Ken, Mendota; Chas. 1J I.rlckson, Miller- Fred F. Lawrence. Ophlr; James ilrlciis! Ottawa; Nicholas Mattes, Ottawa; William IVimlng, l'eru; August Hnlfsln, Troy (irove; John 1'rentne, i tica; Holdnson, Vermillion; John Sllngley Wallace, I'etlt Jury March I I, 'H7. Jackson Wright. Allen; Jessie Kupp, Adams; Ward King. Bruce; fcd ward Morrow. Bns.klleld ; l. Dayhoff, Bruce; v si iin.i.u niniiiilck: Charlea II. Ange vine. Dayton; Edgar Hapeman, Karl; John ' . . . fit,.... .... u N iott, I'.agle; AUhlin UUieor iii, ivjru, " II. Vocum, Farm Kldge; Milborn How land, Fall Klver; Daniel Aretitson, Free dom; Itlchard Kveretts, Oroveland ; Simon Hhapland, tJrand Haphlsj Otis llatiriuin, IIoe; Louis Klllott, La Salle; Henry Zimmerman. La Halle; Joseph Kinder, La rtalle; Samuel BaJey, Mendota; A. II. Merrlileld, Mendota; Oeorge 'paid, La Slle; Thomas J Larson, Mission; J. K. Smlih. Manlitis; William Wew.,tt. Maul us; (i.A. Wlliiihi:b. Miller: William I loll man Merlden; Burdett Watson, North vllle; II. Arntelti. Ottawa; Frank Miller, S. Ottawa; Hobert Adumsoti, Otter ( reek; W. II. Davis. Ophir; JacobScherer, Otaye; Nicholas Hlldenbern, l'eru ; Thomas Feeley, Itiitlund; Lester ('o'k, I tba; James Flnley, Waltbitm; (Jeorge Spauld ing, Waltham ; Thomas O'Doniiell, Wal lace; tieorge (Sehan, Wallace. 1'etit Jury-March 'JS, X7. Jonathan Wormaley, Allen; Charles Mackey, Brace; C. A. ( lark, Bruce; It L. Koselaml, Brooktleld; Oeorge Thorp, Dim mick; Charles Hudson, Dayton; Ilenebery Nicholas, Deer Park; Charles Agnew, Karl; William Crawford, Kagle; A. B Kumgarner, Kden; T.J. Moore, Fall Klver; John II. Ball, Farm Kldge; Fred Knetcli, Freedom; Theisl.Te Kowbind, (Jroveland ; K. J. McCormlck, (irand Haplds; O. F. HartenlMiwer, Hop; D. B.Oites, La Salle; James Martin. La Salle; William Miller, La Salle; Jacob Deor, La Salle; J. K Breuuing, La Salle; O. C. Berry, Mendota; O. C. Oiblrson, Mendota; Jacob Jacol. son, Mission; J.J.Crotty, Manlius; Ous ftargeaon, Manlius; H.C.Lynn, Merlden; S. W. Hodney, Miller; H. C. Jones, North vllle; John J. Allen, Osage; W. W. Harden, Ottawa; It. C. Jordan, Ottawa; Nathaniel F.els, Ottawa; Charles Wing, S.Ottawa; William Harris, jr, Otter Creek. A. U. Miller, Ophlr; Joseph Nelson, Peru; L. D. Bateman, Rutland ; Frank P.Bart, lett, Waltham; Thomas Burke, Wallace. Petit Jury-April 11, W. Jason Woodward. Allen; Martin J. IC. Olson, At'ams; Charles Moll, Bruce; Hiram J. Hvon, JiPice; S. I. Taylor, Karl ; John A. ,H:k, Kagle; Samuel Buland, Karl; Orange Barnes, Kden; James C. Kbersole, Fall Klver; Clark Moss, Farm Kldge; Kdgar Dickerson, Freedom ; Kd ward O ill man, Oroveland; B. F. Drake, Orand Kaplds; D. S Averv, Hope; James King, La Salle; Walter Hyson, La Salle; F. L. Smith, Mendota; Harry Webber, Mendota; Oeorge Henderson, Mission ; II. J. Nus baum, Maulius; Milo NcNell, Manlius; Ole A. Oleson, Miller; P. M. Iloag, Merl den, Abram Smith, North vllle: J. J. Dwyer, Ottawa; Jacob B. Shuler, Ottawa; David Todd, South Ottawa: David Bum. pie, South Ottawa; William Oocbanour, Iter (-'reek; Kll W. King, Ophlr; John Amsler, Jr., Peru; Christ. Zimmerman, Jr., Peru; Robert OalUber, Kutland; S. K. Parr, Kutland; Herman Kugas, Serena; l,ewls Falrad, l tlca; Frank Fowlie, L'tlc.a; John Blancha'd, Waltham; William Meyers, Waltham; John Richards, La Sidle. Petit Jury April 25, '87. J. It. Clurk. UruoeJ CharU-s Kieldinir, Bruce; Allivrt Iliiimltou, lirucc; Xaiuuul Kurd, Karl; t'liurli's Zimmerman, Karl; James Malonu, Kdon; Henry J. Hewitt, Dayton; John Cleave, Kail Kivur; William Wheatland, Farm Kldge; William Holder, Freedom ; Asa Dunham, (rovulitnu ; Jaiuud (jiMlullo, Jr., tiraml liupids; Aimse Ashley. ItoiH': Henry Mellon, I.a Halle: ConiL'lius llurHt, La Malle; John TreKanlng, l.aSulle; William Armstrong, La Sallo; CO. iliilTinan, Mendota; W . 8. Mooro, Mendota; Uoorgu I. Towe, Mvudota; U. A. Otto, M ri den; I'otcr I!. AngevliiM, Mission; S. Mont coiuery, Manlius; lluirh Vi('aiii), Manlius; l.tiuia lireMer, Noithville; John Aiiscliick, Otluwa: D. M. Hall, Ottawa; John Leonard, Ottawa; Charles K. Smith, Ottawa: Micliuul Dull v. Ottawa; Williiim II. tiilman, Ottawa: J. J. Ctuuley, South Ottawa; It. F. Drake, South Ottawa; I). It. Adair, Ophir; Jaooli Woilaud, Peru; (ico. Karnes, Kutland; Jolin Noonan, t'tica; (icorti liuross, Utica; David Mtiir, Wnlllium; 1'atricK Mllugshy, Walluce. Petit Jury-May ft, VI. K. ('ate. Allen; William Howe, Hrucc; I. Koy Wilson, Hiuco; W. W. Williams, Uruce; Karney Kistiiiif, Itruee; J. W. Fornof, llruot-; Kiclnird Wilson, Furl; Charles M. Smith, Hurl; William T. MoKiimey, Karl; W. It. tciL'iisoii, l.Jfii; llarry h. Korkwood, Farm Kidire; W. S. Hiukson, Freedom; liarh's (irHver, (irov-land; T. Donoizhue, l.a Hallo; K. I'lert-ki, l.a Sullo; (ieor;o Murtin, l.a Salle; Henry drauer. l.a Salle; Levi any. Jit, Mendota; A. P. (JcrlucU, Mendota; John Smith, Mendota; I.. W aruor, Mendota; Mil ton Kr.'ud, Mission; I,. A. Smith, Manlius; diaries Kudu, Manlius, L. M. Davidson, Manlius; Ueorve Kidney, Nottuville; John M. French, Ottawa; (ii-oru Burn, Ottawa; (Seorue DrHlle, Ottawa; U. W. Jones, Ottawa; I'. A. Hall, Ottawa; Thomas Khoudes, Ottawa; W. S. Jtdimt, Ottawa; S. 8. Willis. Ottawa; William Hoberjf, Sr , Peru; ti. W. Uraun, Peru; John H.cjuinn, Peru; Thomas Clas son, Kutland; t 'a mule Camotesoa, Rutland; Johu Carry, L'tlca. Petit Jury May 23, '87. (Jeorge Hum, Admin; August HerK, Allon; Arthur Woolfe, Hruee; (leori;o Hogirs, llruee; (Jeorge M. Kidon, liruee; Charles H. Klllott, Hruee; (ieorue Hiscoek, Karl; Mars Oleson, Kden; Wlllium M. Head, Furiii Kidifc; Frank Lucas, Freedom; Frank White, Oroveland; 1 honias Sanford, La Salle; Kuiceno (irady, l.a Sulle; Willliam Mason, La Salle; Frank Fox, La Salle; W. F. PitstUk, Mendota; Julius John, Mendota; Ueorge I'ohl, Mendota, C. A. Harboueh, Mendota; lx.wla Kekert, Mendota; John Ilarle, Mendota; W. Jv Thomas, Manlius; Simon Madden Maulius; A. H Wheoler, Manlius; tieorue Beatty, Ottawa; Adam Clans, Ottawa; Henry L. Kochello, OlUwa; Mont Fischer, Ottawa; William T. Jessup, OlUwa; W. Uodemann, Ottawa; James li. Kising, Ottawa; W. J. S'evenson, South Ottawa; Charlea Crook, Pern; Michael McManus, South Oltaia; James D. Wood. Peru; ('. M. Itenson, Rutland; Zcno Nlccum, Utiea; Frank Kuhlnson. Kut land; Ueorice Stevenson, Utiea; Bart Curtin, Wallace. Couotr Coart. JUDOS SHTDKB. K. R. Alwood t Jonathan Page; confes sion, $109,95. AW Catei James II. Torry et al. ? J. J. Duncan, aJmr., &o., $503. The trial list will be read and announced on Monday neit. lrobat Court. letter Issued to Bunlamlu Lochman, guar- dlanof David Loc btn. e: al., minors. Bond. 1,000; totieo. A !t Ferson, estatu of John Hun key, administrator, bond f I ,-K ' ; to Burr Steoblin, administrator, ttato of Alonio SUbblns, bond, H.-l'O; Luclnda M. Keith, administratrix. lsl' f Keith, bond I-msi; cath. Sperber, admliiUtratrlx, tstato .f Win.' Sprrher. bond :l.ooo; also t same, guardian ofKimna and Klla Sperber, minors, bond f .1,010. Keports and psper filed and approved Cuardian of David Lochman, Inventory; Km ma F iih y, conservator of John O'Conor, dis tractcd, rcpott of sale of real estate, and sale continued; estate of Michael Morati, Inven I .ry und report if accounts; estate of Mary J Powell, report of accounts; Kvert tt and John Brock, minors, report of iiccouiits and j'r dial) discharged as to Kverelt; (ieo. 11. Fish hum. et al.. minors, tlnal report of accounts and guardian discharged as toOco. II. Fish- hum; estate of Klcluird De t osta. report oi accounts; Martin Iverson.et al., minors, re poit of sale; Job" McCahe, minor, report of accounts: estate of feter .nkI, sine tun; es tate of John llurkey, sale hill, invent, ry and widow's relinquishment and selection; tsluie of Ix-onard Carter, accounts. IVtctions-Kstato of F.lijah Dimmick, l. rcli-Mscd us siirltvdetilca; in. .loeiierm hi l released as security on bond of Jac Jacobs, report of accounts required, w as tiled no asset beltur found, administrator oruerc to close estate within the time required I law; David Lochman. et al., minors, petltloi for Hale of real estate granted, bond fl.nwu eitate of Kuiellne P. Ciishlng, for linal settle ment at March term, allowed: estate of Jo. L Mosh, same, for April term; estute of J. al tfeiiluirk. to vacate a Judgment lor ft.', I in favor of Ellen A. Merrelt, allowed; estate o E. Ivanson, for tlnal settlement, allowed for March term; estate of Sain'l J. Chapman, for leave to sell personal property, urau'edjes- tate of John llurkey, to sell real and personal estate, granted. Claims KBtatu of Matt. Crotty. tV,; state (Jeo. N Kichey, $., tin.'Xt and f V( estate of J. WalKenbacu,TJ, fSit, 1 114 AO, l.ri, The blandest man to be met with these days Is the whilom rheumatic who has tried Salvation Oil Hefore the days of Dr. Hull's Cough Syrup a person troubled w ith a cough al ways consulted ins puystcian. now ii is bo longer necessary. In Mrmorlan. Cold and low toJay In the silent tomb sleeps the remains of our late highly es teemed and dearly beloved companion, Mr. Thomas O'Doniiell. His death, which occurred so recently In our midst, was, to us, a severe and terrible tdiock. Seldom Indeed have we been called up n tochron cle a sadder event. Large and strong, he seemed gifted with a sound constitution, and destined lor a long life. A few weeks ef neavy sickness, however, told fearfully on him and, although already past the critical point and apparency on the way to recovery, his condition was still regarded as serious. Last Friday night, the 2."ith ult., a sudden change mmouiiceil that the worst could be expected and that death might come at any moineut. A few hours before dawn In the morning of the Bbth, an unusual wise throughout the house, the low whisper and the quiet, hurried tread ot footsteps told plaluly that the end was really approaching. So indeed it was; the priest had already heard his confession, annolnted him, and given him all the spir itual consolation that a minister of the church and a priest of Otsl can give. He was well prepared, and was ready for Jeath. 8oon It came; and under Its dark shadow and beneath Its cold grasp, his breathing ceased, his young heart st.iped Its beating; his spirit had lied. Close I y his side his dear mother and brother, In tears and with feelings that we shall nit here attempt to describe, watched his last faint struggles, watched, tenderly and lovingly, the last spark of lift In their darling boy pass slowly away. In the room many priests, Bsmlnarians and students were also gath ered, who prayed fervently for their dying friend. Ills death, which took place a "- I little t.ar,rii clr nVlrw'lf watt nn1tt nml trun. I Qull. Many Masses were Immediately read . .ml ..mvorn i.tTrei nn n the . . .. . 1 I flirt rpsf nf his Willi VII" J't " Wl.an rm.rnlnir illWiirtl (111(1 the HJUl nPWfl I waa whispered aroumi. deep sorrow per- I . . I ........!.... ... I la Was Wtlisperetl urouim, uerp boihiw ,ei- vaded the whole comiiuiliity, and many a aviru , j 1 student walked away from the little crowd that had gatbereil logeiuer mui secretly went his till. Al ihhiii uie remains were brou"htto Kankakee and theme taken to . '. " .. . ,.. 1 htS parent S UOIlie tu wnnnn, w iiero 1 uey t ..." . , . 1 it ....1... .1... iitj.i. I.. will tie lnierreu uu mommy, ih? oiu. v Rev. Father uooiing accoiupunieti mem 11 home Still lotioweo iiinu 10 uicir iimi rem- IniF It HI'H. 1 WHL'IV OI HI- oiuri nuiuruw ; 11 ..r ti 1.1... .,... ) ., alw) weut as far as Kankakee. It was the least thev could do to show the love and wijifii Tnev eiiierutiiieii i r mei I 11 companion. That night, while dear friends d and relatives wept bitter tears over his n.tnflnuil remains at home, a cloud t f deep sorrow hung over the community " . . - r I . . CT I here, atlU prayers wens irequeuujr Diiereu up, both privately and In common. T.uluv tliM Ideak winds howl about his grave, and the snows of whiter are, per haps, covering R from view. Ills place Is vacant at home, a dear brother is gone, a ..n.l Ml.l lil lii the silent timili Horn. IW1J14 l 1 1 . . V. . f - , too, bis place stands unoccupied, and a biealy esteemed ami much respected com psnloti Is mtsaeu. r t ti mneu, uuring his short stay among us had. truly, made .nonu frlomta- llA llll Willi tllM IllVM Htlll lUOUf , . , " -- - gixat will of his fellow students as well as the esteem and confidence of his superors Always mild and gentle, he seemed pleased wltn everybody, and had fault to tind with nothing. " He was smart, talented, and Industrious; and hal apparently a ... r . 1 r I.I... I I . 1. n origin luiure uemrn unit i'uiiu i t.pouiup nrt ait Ilia nil-linens hhi ilear ninth. er and brother were at his bedside, and were unremitting in their attention to him. Sorrowful, imleed, as ins ueatu was to us. f nmiit Imn hn iliiulilv so to them. In their great affliction we extend tr them our heart felt sympathies, and would say that, tltAl itarllnty hdv ia ininn U' a frllut and sincere)? believe, tt Is his gain. They I I ..I. I l.J . t A... . frluml Bml nun nanlon. tint heaven WW hS. ileve, bu gained another soul. This, at least, is our sincere nope, ami to that eno we will not cease t p'ay. "May hi $oul rett in peace." St. inteur'$ ColUgt Journal. Tka Ileal There Is an advertisement In the i'am i,u r, this week, of a remedy that Is super ior M all others, and as nearly all disease rwes Its origin to the Impure condition of the bhssl, this is by far the best prepara tion ever offered to th trade. It purifies and entlchwsthe tilts!, gives tone and en ergy to the system, builds up broken down constitutions, and gives strength and en ergy to the feeble ami debilitated. Wf reter to S S. S.. and will say that this no tice Is cheerfully given them, unsolicited wn their part. Ahimifon (Va.) Kunninrr. Swift's Specific. Is now sold In dry form ns well as liquid. The dry can easily be prepared at home, and can le used without spirits If desired. Price titty cents per package. Sent by mall on receipt of price. Some of the most wonderful cures have been made by using the lemedy without aiiv spirits at all. There is no longer any ground for hesl fancy on the rentier. Swift's Specific rem lies all disease arising fro.n an impure and vitiated condition of the bhstd. Kx haustlve attempts have been made In this class of disease. Irrelraglble testimony from people of all ( lasses and walks of life, professional men, merchants, mechanics and lals.rers, all agreeing in their verdict that Swift's Specific Is a sure cure for every disease that Inheres In the blotsl. K,,r hhIm bv hII driiL'L'lsts. Treatise on blissj and skin diseases mailed free. 1 II K Pin N'w ini; Drawer :), Atlanta, Oa From high water und ice gorges com Mneil llennehin has been bavlnif a serious time or It having been frequently cut off . , hi. ........ ... irom communiciuiou wuu iue uuter ouu for two or three d iys at a time. Yot:Nti Physician. Your analysis at lfu.l str (Vini'h Core Is. no doubt, correct. It Is the same as that which we lately pub- . m .. m .1 - I, ,., 1.....t 1 f ishetl oi 1 roi. uroine, nrooaiyu imjbiu Ilenllti, who rounu tne reiueuy wusuiuhmj free from poisons ami opiates, and safe and sure. It costs only twenty-five cents a ,)(,tt,e- The UtLe le 11 trait says the Agricul tural Board has tried to hide the State Fair by placing it at Olney, 111. St. Sacob's Oil marks a great advance In t ie science of a cut. It is the only absolute specific for rhiumatls .1. Oi 1 oU cents. The State Fair Is to be permanently lo cated at Spilnglield, alter Olney gets through with It, In two yeurs from now. It Is likely that when Olney gets thK ugh with it there won't be much lett to locate. Dr. Seth Arnold's a othlng and (Quieting Coidial for children Recommemled by mothers and nurses. 2". Certain speculators in Chicago are trying 1., Lusa uil tiio tmntlnu irrotinds In Bureau county and local sportsmen are justly In- tllgnaiit: Lord Bulwer makes Cardinal Kichlleu say : " There Is no such word as fail." Tiiuun wiiriia ran be safelv applied to Dr. St th Anwlt'n Cough Killer, which has been I etore tue public ior rorty years auu ua uever failed to cure coughs, colds, dec, w hen taken In season and accordiug to di rections. Try it. For sale at all druggists. Price 25 50c, and $1 00 per bottle. Last week, at Aurora, Mr. and Mrs. .1. Dunning, both aged 81 years, died the stme night w ithin two hours of each other. While the preparations were being made for their funeral, a telegram came from Florida, announcing the ileath of their daughter, Mrs. Burns, In the same night. The funeral was delayed for the arrival of her remains, and all were burled In the same gruve. The best on earth can truly be sail of Griggs Glycerine naive, which is a sure, safe and speedy cure for cuts, bruises, scalds, burns, wounds and all other sores. Will pos itively cure piles, tetter and all skin erup. lions. Try this wonder healer. Satisfaction guaranteed or money refunded. Only "J5 cents. Sold by h. . Griggs. Charles A. Works, state's attorney at Rockford, has decided that the scheme of giving away watches, &c, by shows, Is a violation of the law on lotteries, and an In dictable offense; and so notified a travel ir.ir trnunn. who siiDDi essed their scheme In accordance with his eplnion. CerwlHly the Kent. Papillon (Clarke's extract of rlvx) Catarrh Cure, from an experiment, h is gri.nti to be the acknowledged superior of any remedy for similar purposes. Purely vegetable and 11.. 11 m... I ! ! i Ifiil nt al v liitrrti BCltiniiUUlltljr jtirj-iucu, 11 1.- uvtu.vi; .... 1 . .1 v,.t a . ,.ilj nil nilmr lrniiurfi remedies and the most learned medical talent Hill. I nai H ;s nuiuc i"t An,.l evidenced by the fact that during the past r . . t. 11 wo years po.uinj giuions nave oeeu smu. i'ositively cures Catarrh, Hay Fever, Colds, j . - ' etc etc. Large bottles only 1.M at 1. I', , . j, Gapen & ( 0. s Drug Store ti, A nvnru lf.'f,i!,l ilnna nut find the ex. 1 - - pensive stand pipe, recently erecteu In that i i,o l,.,r,M,i.i It were exnectetl to be In itv. the bonanza It were expected to be In uses of fire. It says: "The Meredith & )avls fre would have ben extinguished mm 11 -1-.. y -- j . urn more quickiv n uie viiy imu um rw- u,i .,n Dm tuni n np I irwHier. looswiuu liry 1... I I - pipe appears to be a useless expense, the interest on win 01 " 7 i'"J trrt engineer's salary, and the let raised . w . l.a, 1... iHinsge to property monuay diijih uy reiy- i.. .,n it tu oniiuirli tu iihv for all the auui- tlimnl cotil required to maintain direct pres sure for several years." The best I'liyaleians Outjone. J.A.Crawford says: "I Lave had the worst form of Eczema two years, and found no relief from some of our Uest physicians who have made this disease specialty. I was persuaded to try Papillon (extract of flax). The relief I received was like a charm and I am well. I think Paplllion one of the blessings of the age." Try PapUUou (extract f llax) Skin Cure tulian nil others full. Larue bottles $1. at T. E. Gapen & d-'s Drug store. ti,. Tj.K-kfiinl Journal records the fol lowing sharp trick by a doctor: "borne time ago It was reported that a paying cooner mine had been discovered on Dr. V . , . ft nnv an. Lane s larm in -'Ke cuumj. tr pears that the report was a clever ruse on he part of the doctor to get a good well of water on his land. A couple of raw east erners came along and wanted to prospect fur the mineral and the doctor readily gave his consent, agreeing to"dlvy" incase they struck it rich. They weut to work and ex strucK. n j 10 or 1 feet in diameter, and the hole aP T"h 25 feet of water. They were ob Iged to nhandon the scheme ana were --- t'WO The appenure noi Deing u" iwnoertv. tneaocur miwi mji SSoHiUogltto hU own us, removing WrzFSi ,t1 onto It He now hu one of the best stock wells In the county." Dr. Digelow's stomach and liver pills art superior lo all other. Prices 'J5 cents of K. Y. Griggs. lUACOBSQ ( Ul rdlll,!,,.t",.vr.,v. 1IIK CU KI S . Ilh.i I I H .. III! 1 1 UttlJI.. 'Ill faiimar fnCBP uuuyinus& fcii 1 l Frr frmn ynt, Kmrtic uitU 1'ulnotl iSSI: QKcis. PROMPT. ffliO-" if lUi iuuiK ami Uai rH mn ALESMEAn WANTKII, Ciuotl Wajei , Bt terniH. tis'k sml apeolaltti'a la tlir liiiiuft. w rite nittiii-r. 1.1 AttSTIN SHAW, Nt.KsKltVMAN. IlK-ilUI' KlMMll'stur, n. FOR SALE. I M A VK FOR 8A1.K SOME OF TIIF. FINEST FARM 1 ISti LAM'S IS LASAI.LKCOL 5.TA. Sll iwre In Drtr Turk. li Icm In Deer l'rk. I jo urn lu Ii.it 1'nrW. HVn MTra In Dsyloli. Ir aori'ii in Dsyton. Ml Here In Soutli Ottawa. sHaen-s lu Wslllmin. V)iT.' lu Fall Klver. sitaere lu Fall Itivt-r. ISO ai-rr in Snutli Ottawa, 11 Hi-res III Allru. U SIT,' iu llpxikfleltl. I'.Hlaenn In Earl, su aerea lo Farm Kl'ltft. All well lninivel farina. AIho other fsrm lan.l In m KaUl , LinmtHUiu auil Kuril ctiumlea. Come auU are uie II you mean bimliieaa auil waut a bariraln. II. F. I.IM1M.S uifM-tf (Htuwa. 111. OITAWA TOST OFKICK. ARRIVAL AM tm-Kll'B Of MAILS. C, It. I. 4 P. R. It. I'LiwU. ABSITIA. F.aatrn mall n -J a. m. W r. a. Weateru mall : H. a. U: - NlKlit mall HH0 P. M. c. it. y. it. it. S.,utlin mall 11 a. . r a. N.,nlirrn Miall S- e. - a. SUeator eclal Mf. , :s a. m. Dkkk I'aBK. Tuely,T1mn,a)ra, Friday. l.-OO P. St. tJW U. Ortlce i)eB H4 7 t0" A. . Hum) t f. titlce oH-n imnaayit fmiii 14 t.Mo tjj . p y Ohiciato, Sock Island and Pacifio Biboai. NKW TIMK TAULK. Ootso Kast. . Nu. Ill, IVni AeetiiiimiMlatlon ' V: " - , Kan.uutt.lty Kxpreaa. ,, :t 5 " II. Omali. Peoria & Ht. Paul hx.n' s. l)avenKrt Aiin.mmiMlatlon -ls r " . Ku-a City NlKht Kipreiw A " , oiiialia & St. Paul F.xprea 3.1 a a rrtiqhk Cmrylng riunenirrt. m (. fa i-'1 A .. 2 MSP SI .. j;' wm OoinuWkbt. So. S, Omaiia 4 St. Paul I Nlht K' J S t S 5? KanaaaClty auil Pet.na Nlislit F.xprew.. f 05 A a 7 i)aveiiHrt Aeo.iinmiKlHtlon ll.us a 11. Kau-.Hn City Kjpreaa and Mall : P l. omaiia, Peoria & St Paul hxprra , Peru Aocominoilatlon ytfijhUOirrviKa Vtoutngari. .. ;;".;;;;..'....; t.-Mrn Nm. V aii'i'l l' arrive In riileaai. at 10 a. a. and leav Chlcaffuat v. x. dally (Suniiay excepted . NoTll and II run dally. IneludtiiK KnnuaM No. W irrla pwn from Oenno to Ottawa. No. drurnni paeiir betwesu Joll ana U Sl.e, and No. : lift ween U Salle and '""t . N.m. a and 48 carry piuenrg t;tween Blae IJlaBll and La Salle. It It. C'abi.k. UeuM Manager. KST.I us, K. F. PHrrTTaas OVu- Tkt 4 Pa- Art. AlWDt at UOawa Chicago, Burlington and Quiaey B. B TIMK TABLK, .i un yrth, l sea. TRADE MARK. Going South, Pm. PaM. No. 11 Vo.9 H. B. P.a. LV AM. LV 4.45 1.46 14 11). i3 w to-at 8.311 lll.it 1.10 10.SS .is ii. m) ; .M 11. W i T.tfS 11.11 ! 7.n n.it ! 7.21 U 48 j 7.90 11.12 I 7. ll.M j 7.50 12.02 ' I. to ii 4 8.30 13 45 i P.M. AB PM.ABI Going Northi J3 STATIONS. is PaM. Pas No. 70 No.7i B. B. 10. SO .90 .15 5.80 1.07 S.17 8.S4 S.OB 1.43 4.51 8.M 4 49 8.M .H 8. IS 4. SO 8.08 4.1 7.M 4.08 1.50 4 00 7.44 S.50 7.28 3 35 1.08 (.15 (.88 s.ou A al.LT P M.LV 51 a" ...Chtawo... Aurora.... i :t 12U .Wtwt Aurora. Fox KIT June ,,.)wwo.... ..A'orkvllle... ...Fo ..Mlllbrook.. ..M.mnirtea.. ...81 rldan... ....Serena.... ...Hlaktw.... ....Wedroa... 13H 1 -a j st ... Dayton lz.IM.lir.vr 44 OTTAWA 44 V 'South Ottawa, i. .Side Track.. .Grand KldRe ...KIrtiantx... ...Streator... m FTmrnttrainrarTr? 'awn leave Ottawa &i followa: For Knrl. 4 W P H.; for Aurora. 10.0S A. U.: tir Btrmtor, 5 W A. . 5.U p .. aud 111 UG k. U. u..M.ini,in.in niak.Ar.liriA rotinectlon a tArCf Idi all points uant aud west. . . Piilliiian Palace Slapnlna; Cara, C B. Q. IwJ Room Cara, Horttin'a itwliBluit CUalr Cr. and theC B. A Q. Pal-e I)lnln Cam, by thU route. All lnfornia J71 tu. ,.r fura .Wninv rar arconimodatloui and tune Utilea will b cj5!.,IV AlJixrifKEEl,'1"" General Paaaenirer A sent, Chicago Vne'MaWr Chlco. OWJ",, Chlco, iltoo & St. Louis Railroad Ou and after May , It, trains on tlie C. 4 A. K. K. paaa Jollt as follows: trill NO NOBTH. K. C. and 9t. L. Kxpreaa Llgtitnlng Kxpresa.. Juliet Arcotiimodatlou Denver Kxprnaa Kxpretm Mall QotNO SotTTH. RxpreM Mall Denver Rxpreaa..... Jollet Accomnuxtatlon .. 5.111 A H ,.. 5.50 AM ,.. 7.45 a II ...ll'-IIPM ,.. 5.30 pa ...10.15 All ... i-iispii ... .!P1I P II LlKhtnlng Kxprtwa O. and St. U KiPr--"-'. . Inil,; 1-4.47 A II .Ldul.Kyx MdJoiiet Act:omiiimlatli.n run dally, except Sunday Kaniu "tty and St. Ixiuls Kxpreas ir..lni south nuu throuih w fhout ehanne .f cra. Morniii train to 8t allhJ rreV chair cars, aud eveulng train throngs alee per W St. Loula aud Sprlngfleld, w Ticket Aent C. A. Kallruad. Iltinoit Central Railroad. GOINB KOBTH. FBOH LA IALLB. ; ;:::::n 1 2: raaaeiurrr.. . Accomiuodalion FreMClit Freight 4 -00 P S' Fruinht..... w p. . ooisu aoBTH. raoai Lasallb. Paeaenser iJspS paaaeiijfer j! " Freurttt t-S t iT Freight -. .J-T: Z rraight goea no further) 1:48 P. . a p UoOBB. W. Ut-MtBTHABT,. iliot Freight Agent One Asent (Merchant only) wanted to every towa for H retail aale of ycrar "Tansili's PttBCh" feent cigar , "rjye-" W were lHJ.'OJ. Tht. year . "pect to l"r. l. .ki. i..,i nnnaiii brand. Caaa. sell at HSASf SW.VW v. .-. - . jr-r E Pbowitt, Druggist, BV.ver. Col. Addreaa. K. w tassiw. v Vt)TICK.-KTTB CP F.IIZABBTH 11. f Kill- II i. U K, im 'l.- Nome i hi it-l.) givt-n that iheuu Ui'n.lgii.i, AdtiilliUlrnlnr -r Ihr rrluln.f Hl l-tll 11. K. Hi ddli'k, laltol the ti mill . ( 1j hs.h aiiu ataui of illlliula, tltri wi .l, ll apH iir l.i tori- Hit I'l. Iw.r Court of aalil v.iiihi oil Hit llui.l Mi lnluy i iM'liig thf in, Ii day i of April, l-7. al tin- I'li.l-iilt- ( utl liiiuin. In litlawa. III tutld count), when ainl ahtrr all p,nii havliig vlaiiua or di'iiniiiili. avilii mui t-M.ttt- an m i;n. u toa!- t.-tiil ami (Mf. mi Hit- .mi' ii. uriiu.g or aiiiutineuL liut.-il til Ik .'.tli day of ri'l.rii.uy. a. i. !.. 1.1 n. W. A KM -TUi.SO. f.b.b-3w AduiliiirirHtor. TAX HAI.K Nl ITM M.-Xotlie la lierehy 1 given to Hi,- link ii' an i.iii'n.f nml lo the nn kiiowii i h ri i inn ri'mril in Ihc foloi"g il.tH-rllHI tiai't of html, ahull koIiI i'r tht ii. n,-i-y ut-utitf taven, iiil.n l aim t'" ! r I ) iir a. i: :ta in ac I'oiilHiiie al ii a" onl.'r oi 'I..-1 1 in IV t .oiirt u. IjiShIIi, ci.iiiiiv nml M.ui' ol CHii.iik, it i d lay ill la. a ii, 1SS5. Ihut ! a lak nili' nt d.'liniiii in UmU and iuhii Inia, auil pa'Uofh.a, l Ihi' I n ii.iiiit nml t-xolhrlu inllei'tiir ot thf roiiiii) ot ljt halle nil hi.il of lniin.li.. tor the aiatf. t't.iiiii) and oilier luvea due nml unpaid tliereon t'.r I In- )vr a. it. Inn nml prewin' tr. held at tin. County Curl IIoiim-, lu I In- eii) ot ( n tu u n. in tl.e coun ty oi La halle and Mttie "f ll.inoia. on Ihe IMIi day of Jinn-, a. i. and ci'iitliiued in. iii iln) In tin) in put nun nee of laH, Htud aale at eonlliiHeil lo aril l eludtnl the M tiny of .lime. a. n. s .; Mull oh Ihe Mint V!;d day of J'Hie, a n. IKsV Ji'l ii S. AriniilioiiK hri line the pur t'liHM-r at tutiil tan for t 1 1 1 tuxea of the following de m riU il iruet of iiiikI, lo i: Hie K cor. SKW mciiii 2 T"Wiu.itp It, liange 5 Kft ot Ihe Third I'riiu leal Mt riuiun, luiiuiiiing LSI at Tea, In mild coiiiuy. l inn the uinli Mgiit'tl la the lewal ou net of the said lertilliale tit iiurcnaoe of aitul tract or himl; i.nd that the t'lne of redi iiipli'Ui fn.in mini tax illf and pureliaae Kill expire on thuK4d da) of In lie, a. Ii 1 8--J. iiihiJ a' Ji'llv h. Att.MSTKOKO. IMNAli HKI'I'I.KMKNT, - FutaTB op 1 J i M Hll C Miwh. Hki'K akkii. Notliv Is hereby given to all iMTxiim Inleri Kle.l In aal.I cat. He, that III mule raigUfil, hxit'iilora ot the lnal will and teatninent of Mild .lii pli C. Muaa, deceuaed, w ill ui. r be fore the rr..lmle i'iiiit of Hie county of IjtMtlle anil ttalc of Illinois, at the County Court lli.uw. In Ottawa, In aald county, on Moiuliiy, Hie ISih day of April, a. o. ih;, for the purpose of leiulerlug an account of their pna tt'dlngs lu the adiiinilalratiou of said e.Ute for the mull at'ttielllent. Dated al Ottawa, Hill 111 day of Fehruary. 17. J. U.I.Krf M.M8. CLAltK It. M'l.sS. Attkst: llhv Ilii.Miii. Kxetuiora. Clerk Prohate Com I lji Salle Co.. I It. Iii.r5-lw MOLONEY it STEAD, AUlllXfll III .III. MAHTKK'HH a K.-STA IK OF I LI INOIP. LaSali k Cut N tv e. In ullt Cutting Ctreuit Court. lu the matter of Hlclmrd Wolfe ri. Sarah Ixington aii'l .lulin Uingtoii. ( Hill tit h'tirri liitr Mmtyntje. Pulilic In nice la lierehy giveii, lhat III purauiiiice of a decree entered by nald mint m thealiove entllled caiim uu the Ith day ul Ft hruai v, Isk7. I, Duncan McDouKall, Maaterln Chancery of said I lrcult Court, will, on Mob day, the .Hih day of March, lhST, at the hour of teu o'clock In the foreu.ain. t the north door ol the Coun ty Court llouae. In ihe city of ouawa, in said county of Lasalli' sell at puhllc vendue to the highest bidder, for caali. all aud si gulur. ihe following uescrlln-d real eatate. In said decree nientl n.ed, sltuatt. lu the county of La alle and state of II II ola, or so much thereof at may be.uecei'aary to sutlafy aald decree, to wit: l.i it Fourteen illi, 111 Hlock Three iS). Ill llinmuore's Addition to the Towu mow village) of streator. DUNCAN M Dol'UAI.U Mauler lu Chancery. Ottawa, March 4. inar5-4w DUNCAN, O'CONOR & OII.BKBT, Alturntut at bur. MASTF.IfS SALK -sTa I K (IF 1 1. UN 118, La Sali.i i'ovs I V f. hi .Viille Couiitii circuit Vunrt. In the matter of F.lilia Wells sackett and Harriet M. W Sackett r. John Adniih 8ackeit, .lulls A. Racket! aud John Kennedy,-On Hill lor I'nrtUion. rnlilic notice la lierehy given, that In pursuance of a decretal order eiitt red in Ihe above entitled cause, In Mill ciuirt on the ISih day of February, a. n. I7, I. Diiiiciiii MclioiiKitll Miu-ter In Chancery for aald Court, on Saiuriliiv. the lilih dav of March, a. u. 1WT. M two ii'cliH'k In the aiti" uiHinofaald day. shall aeli at p ihlic auction, to the high st and beat bidder, fur rnah, at the south ilnur of the Couuly tlourt House, In Ottawa, lu ml. I coi.niy. the following deacrlbed real eatute. situate lu tUeeouiiiyof LaSalle and staleof Illinois, to wit: Tht; imrlliMcat guarter of section nuinher twenty eight US). In township thirty-two (It'll north, of range Hie 5i caat ol the third (8.1 priuclp.l meridian. t.areOi er with all and slnaular the tenements and beredlu menuj Vhereunto belonging. ,,.. DUNCAN MrDOUfiALL, Muster In chancery. Ottawa. February 25lh. a. i. 1S81. feba-Dw ii'AX HAI.F. NO'l'lfK. Notlee Is hereby 1 given to the unknown owners of aud to the un known parties Interested In the following descrllM'd lands ar.d town lots and parts of low. w Inch were sold for the nou-payment of taxea. Interest and costs 'or the year a. ii. 184 and previous yeurs. in accordance with an order of the County Court of La balle county and State of Illinois, dated May 11th. A. ;. lhS'. that at a tax aule of deliniiient lands und town lots, and parto oflita by the Treasurer and ex-oltlclo collector of the county of U Salle and state of Illinois, for the state, county aud other laxm due and unpaid thereo for the yeiir a. t. ISS4 and previous years, lield at the County Court House, lu Ihe city of Ottnwa, In the rouuty of L Sa le and stute of Illinois, on Ihe l.Mhday of Juue, a. n. 1SN5. and continued from day to day in pursuano,- of law said sale waa continued to and Included the M day of June. a. n. lrS5: that on the said 31 day of June. a. I, hS5 James Iteanlon. of Morris, Illinois, became the niircliaser at said sale for said taxes of the following-described tracts of land, town loU and parti ot tow n lots, to wit- Fraction N Section II. Township 3S, Kange 5 KastofW P. M., containing 1 10 acres, in fain county nild stau, assessed to and In the name of Fied Schnake; also tu Hiiie, Undivided 4 Sths Iit :t, Section In Town ship it. Uaiige 5 hast of the IW P. M .. containing 50 acres In said county and state, assessed to and in the name,of Fred.Schnake. Also, on the same day at the same .,ile;Vuaivided5s; iO0 acres m VM NKV Swtion lii. Township 1K-1 Kast of 3u P. si. conW nlng 5 T 1UU aerea Tin said county and suite, assessed to nd In Ihe name of Sylv tinttln. Also, on the same day and at e same sale. SWi SEX Section 15 Township SL Hange 2 1'u.t of Sd P. M., contiilning 40 acres, In said con ut y and state, assessed to and In the name of Levi Ureeii Also, on the same day and at the same Bale, being the Titol day of June. 1SH5. E llh Lot 8.N WK Sec tion 31, Township W. Uange 8 Kaat of S4 P. M . contain rg 10 acres, in said county and atate. assessed to and in ii,? name of K. W. Wood. Also. m the same day aud "t the same sale, being the ttd day of June. 1S85. Ut S. NWWSectton 27, Township 36. Itange 8 Kastof Sd P. M containing 20 acres, in aald county and state, os slied to andln the name of John ( urrfer. Also. at the sm7aa"e a d"n theM dny of June 15. WW NW nT Section .16. Township ii. Range 4 Kusi of Sd P. M, I'ouSiiuliig 20 acres. In said county ami state, assessed in and In the name of John Uhev. Also, at the same saletid on the 22d day of June. ftss. Lot 7. Lot 11. Sec Jlon 16,ToVnshlp33. flange 5 East of 3d P. M.. contain- iJ 5 al-res. in said county and state, assessed to and in ihe name ot Win. Wood. Also. at the same sale and pu he d. lav of. unilK85. WK Lot 2. SW Section Is, Townsl. ip liange 5 KaVt ot 3d P. M., containlug SO-IW i-rei. In iald couuly and state, was assessed toand In t lie name of M Wilson. Also, at the same sale and on the same day i-t 18 si-ctlon I, Township S3. Range 5 East of d P. M., containing 2tl ai res. In said county anil state, waa assessed to and In the name of Amoa Law rence. Also, at the sanie sale and on the me day, L,t ft, Section 80. Township 86. Range t Eaatof I P. M containing 18-100 acres, In the said comity and slate, and" wl assessed U) aud lu the name of Mary C. Trlble. A i aTtsamesale and on the same day. 6 by 20 rods N HN W Section 25. Township 31. Range 8 East of 8d !. containing 1 acre, lu aiild county and s'ate. and lSSL in the nam, of F. 6. Dallon Also, at the same sale and on the same day. Lot 8, Block 14. "n he uwd of La Salle Center, in said county and state a"d wassses'dtHud in the Z'lSmk Also, at the same sa e and on the same day. Lots. Bha k 10 In the old Town of Peru, in said county and state, and was assessed to and In the naine of James tliill A so at the same sale and on the same day. Lottl. Bli ck 111 m the Old Town of Peru. In said county an state. il w'as assessed to and In the name of J. Mallury A Co AlsoTt the same sale and on the same day. Lot ! I lock 1S J in ti e Old Town of Pern. In said county an, swte; and was assiwsed to and In the name of J. M alio rv ill ' Also, at the same sale and on thesiime day. u EH &11. U. Lot 5. Block 17. In the Old Town of Peni. In said county and state, and w as aaaeaaeil to and , thA name of W. ft. Day. Ala thf. same sa and on ihe same day. KY, W H B. R. R- Lot 5, lllotk li. IU fie Old Tow ii of Pefu. in sa.d county and state, .nd was assessed to and In the name of W.B.I ay Al . tthD.!?nd western aiiiihio" to .' " - and state, and was assesseu Jo and In the name ol ' C. O. llrewst-r. I t)t te iiuu...b pr. r,",- tllO BHKl I'Prllnt 'HI 'R I lUiniwr ......... .- lots and parts of town lots; and that the time of re demptlon from said tax sale and purchase will expire un the 22d day of June. a. i. 1i. Oltawa. Feb. 25U.. a. v. '.JAME8 UEArD0N. feb:6-8w Purchaser. Manufacturers of tine MARBLE ndURANlTK MONOMENTS Head Stones, And alt kinds of CEMETEUT WORK. Hew and Original Designs A SPECIALTY. Tar I on Columbus St. one bio nui-u of Clifton Hotel, H OTTAWA.. - I jIi'NOIH. Honey to Loan. ....... 4A nn ftrtn land. I hare monrT w omu iu iuiu w .(. t 6 pVr cent and 1 per cent Interest, owlM to al of . r u...,.!. .ml mn. in run. lorn, sniuuui wi " .j IHI upon or auurow LEVI W. ROOD. Dec.ll-Smo. Sheridan. IIUboU. STOVE REPAIRS. M M.Aaa DflrMf bU1I ftlP BMuikuuw p, PImava writ a (r f&1 OD rHOtt. SWT Tm Li -Street, ne- Wai.ngtxm sVuare- Otiawv 111. orca BALDWIN PRISELER