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BjSainvvll Wilkin. TANU AN DI.K. iey all were t'irer an iodic i heme, id Iroin tDiifHrsnce It would d'oiii iey lud a clieme they tluutht they'd try, nd Llipered, a they closed one eye. 'Tauuitnu.le. ielr thouirhti wero aeU. their ai U ninvi-ss, heir gain crew more, their fear jrrew Ium. lien amiled these noble, hooest men, nd gently whispered, oure au. "I auliauditi. nd Fortune nuilled o wondrous fulr, ike springtime breer.e in summer air; heir bobtail flush grew blir and ittroiitf nd swelled the grand, triumphant aong, "I'lUihttudle." heir spirits soared most wondrous high, ill, after months had hurried by, hey saw a little something drup nd heard a murmur through the cap, " Taliban J'.o. 'in urUon wall were cleiiu and w hite, nil 'mill tin' lriMitle. softened llirht 'hey faintly nlgbud, but allied iu vaiu, . .tl ....I c..fr..tli Panhandle." OTTAWA lUIINITV. I stepped Into the t'in uit Court To aeek whate'er I uiight report, Aud there, withiu the bar, I saw The great respect that's paid the law ; The honored Judge, w ith whitened hair, The ladles, In the circle there, Aud ivery Juror In his place, With wrapt attention on hU face, Aud strictest rule, a should support The dignity of such a court; But there, within that court's demean, The center of that solemn scene, The lawyers sat, with long let; crossed, Their chairs all slightly backward tossed, Aud their feet upon the table. WIIEKK, Oil, WUERK? Oh, where are the passes that, sweeter than roses, We have been nding with h11 the while? Dead as bulrushes 'round little Moses On the old bauks of the Nile. OBI XL AH Y. Died, April lihj 1S3T, of spinal menpiyus. Mr. Editorial l'as., ago unknown. Mr. Pass was one of the oldest resident of thi coun try, lie is supposed to have come over in the ark, and is first mentioned in history when the Israelites were passed through the Red Sea. Mr. K. l'ass has lived a long life of usi fulness-, and dies regretted and mourn ed by all who ever had the good fortune to become acquainted with him. The uewspa per fraternily all mourn his demise. It was one of those cases of sudden and unexpected death, which are always so sal. The story is short, but terrible. Mr. Pass had hereto fore been peaceable, anJ when he was insult' ed he always let it pass ; but the 4t!i ot this month he cot into a disDiite with Interstate O A Commerce lill, a well known desperate character, and Bill killed him. Mr. K. Pass has long been respected in Ottawa, and his death is extremely sad to us. He leaves i but one descendant, Mr. Pioneer Fireproof Construction Company Mud Line Puss, who makes his home in Ottawa. This last men. tioned Pass was lnrn only a short time ago, and entitles its friends to walk over the Mud Line until they are tire-1. It allows the holder to pay his own fare from any out side point to the beautiful aud enterprising city of Ottawa, and to walk over all the rail roads of the Fireproof Company at his leis ure until he is tired. This is the last, lone and forlorn descendant of our ouce glorious Editorial Pass. It is like the '-Last Man" of Hood I guess it was Hood, or somebody else, like the last huuinii being that (lie poet fancies left sn the earth alone. We look at this lonely, sickly descendant of the once magnificent race of Editorial Pass, a;d we see by the couJiiions on the back that we are "entitled to walk either rail, or dodgp between the ties." We look at this last, lonely, sickly, horrible mockery of a l'ass, and we sigh : " 'Tis the lust Puss forever, Left blooming alone; All his kindly ancestors Are culled in and gone; Our Passes have left us Like leaves in a gale, Till our last Pass allows us To tramp o'er the rail." TAI.MAOE. Talmage spoke at the Tabernaele last Sun day, on "Secret Societies," and the import of his sermon was that "By their fruits ye shall know them." Now, that relieves me. That makes it clear. 1 consider Talmage authority on most things. 1 wanted to know whether he was in favor of secret societies or not, and now I know all about it- I e I SHKKWOOI). f I" Fn. I. Proposition : Money makes th' Mayor go Demonstration: We have in the figure the frame a, b, e, d, and the lines e, . These lines represent cross sections of the fence that the Ottawa weeklies straddle! ; i l rep resents the position taken by the Timet of its own accord, while b d represents the Journal and the $-'00 it received for last Sunday's issue with the cuts. Now, if we Conceive the Journal (b J to be revolved upon the fence (e ) until it assumes an upright po9i tion, (if such a thing can he conceived,) we shall find that the line ef, being of the same length as the line a, the point b will, upon further revolution, fall upon the point a, and in like manner the point will be found to coincide with the point e, and the Journal (.' J) will be found to coincide, for once, wiih the Time (a e), and we Lave as a r-sult Mr. Sherwood Iu a mourning frame, and tot proposition is proved to be false. . Corrollary I : Mr. Allen, by way of lin. provement, will build a heucoop 1218, and paint it a Koy red. Corrollary II : There is no Hose without a thorn, and if the thorn is put on for a nose, it will Injure the looks of the Hose. . IIF.RttliOU DOOM. Oitiwa Journal, April 20, 1887 : I H.xmi : I THK SIICLKK DOOM. Ottawa Journal, April 20 : j ituniii: I KKCnM.MISPS. We are frejueutly brought to realiie what a necessary and useful thing a recommenda tion Is. No business man of any sense wil1 employ any person who does not come well recommended. A startling illustration of this fact occurred recently in Ottawa. One of our leading papers secured the services of a new reporter. He came with excellent credentials. He had three letters from well known clergymen, five puffs from eminent uewspaper men, two personal certificates of character, and a Sunday school tract- He went to work Saturday afternoon, Sunday he got drunk, Monday he stole his employ, er's pipe, Tuesday he was bit by a tore-eyed dog, Wednesday he was sent to report a po litical meeting in Iowa, and went off on a big drunk, and never came back or sent any word. He has never been heard from since. I don't see how people dare to engage help who come without proper credentials. iir.nn most. Poor, abused, betrampled Herr Most ! How hard he has worked for the welfare of his race and the liberation of the slaves from the uujust rule of tyrannical capital ists! How he has bceu crushed beneath the iron heel of American despotism, and de nied tlio liberty the Hod given liberty of free speech ! How, when he has lifted up his voice for the annihilation of the Chicago blue-coated despots, he has been black guarded by the black hearted newspapers and cast intoptison by tue despotic oilicers of the law ! Let us all have the greatest sympatuy for Herr Most in his cuflerings. Let us clothe him with the sanctity and the halo and the dignity of a great martyr ; but if, in our search for the aforesaid garment wherewith to clothe him, we should, after collecting all his available material of that sort, find hitn far toa scantily clothed, let us fill up the lack with a little practical tar and feathers. Let us look upon Jerr Most as the greatest of American martyrs. Let ns relieve his sufferings as far as lieth iu our power. Let us soothe his wounded sensibili ties and feed hiiu upon the milk and honey of the land ; but if, in our search for the milk ami the honey, we should get hold of a dish of llouj.li on Hats instead, perhaps it would soothe his wounded sensibilities in fully as satisfactory a manner. The Hock Island and liurlington roads have reduced freights between Ottawa and ChicRgo. The new rates 3oc per 100 lbs. for 1st class, 2"jc for 2d, 20c. for 3d, 15c. for 4th, and 10c. for 5th. Wliut is It '.' And Wlui t is it ? I'ipillon (Clark's extract of Max) Skin Cure, like m:iny other inestimable benefits to man kind, was discovered by accident, lue pro prietor, engaged in the preparation of cer tain plant, from time to time, noticed the effect of working in the pulp vats on the skin. If there was present any cutaneous eruptions, warts, blemishes or scrofulous syniptotis, all disappeared as if by magic. After experimenting ten years, It has become scientific fact and a priceless boon to the hum 'Ui race. From their giving away a few bottles the demand has increased until the sale for the past two yoars amounts to 1 032,. U0 hotiles. Large buttles only $1.00, for sale by City Drug Store. Slurried. On th.- Mill ! nit.. !) Arthur I.iekw t. Ksil.. !' rri'Uu'e,f Miotm K.-im. h.. Mr. Al.HhIM' HAL I K to Mil LoL lSt liKlK. Until uf the oily of Ottawa A D VERTISED LETTERS. 1KTI KKS KKMAIMSti I'SCt.AIMKf) In the font j oillce m oiiuw. sun- of IlllimiK, mi Thursdiiy, a t'm Awry I'uki ltr,in d fn. (; F. Unlli y Mr Juliu Hriiily .latin' Itml'H'k Minii'. K.iwi n Mr It W I rlili-r Mrs Kn.nm V. I'urili'ii Mrs Mur) HimHI Cum Kn-ili Tiiii'itlijf K-.wT''r Amu' K'Mi (inttlli l) I.umH I' liiuil Kilwird (iitli'ns.'r Mr kii.g Mm i M 1HKT. MiM'ki'V f'lmrli's Miller K I' Mtihniiy Torese Miire Wuyne N iiimlH Mr UiuIka lMi rre Mil M J'urkH II : hiK'klmiil K Knicer .Ixinen II Ili'irwn Waller Si liernierhnrii Mm KJ Mlillli Mri HmUe Hiilltli Mn Wui.li A S Willi ke llerinitu ZuIh r MiidilMit Tlllill) ( LASS. RIclul II Hunter Tooiitmu theni" letters. Hie niiplli'iint mutt cull fur "Ailvenweil I.eltem." unit K'' the ilme uf the lint: utiil if nut citllii fur within one month, they Hill be neut tu the Ieil Letter (lltlce, tu Wwliliigtiin. WILUAM KSMAS. P. M. I N A I , SK'ITLKMKN'I'.-TjTI or Hiveii to il tiiix iiiteri'He.l In unlil ruinle. thitt the unijernjxnel. AdinitiNTrutor uf the etuteof shmI 8'iitlun finch. ileeeiiMil, will Hppenr hefure Hie I'robiite l ourt of thecuutitv of Ij Snile mid Mute of Illinois, at the County Court lluiix-. In Ottawa, In salil county, on Momlii", the JiTh ilny of June, a. n. 1H8". for the purpose of reuilcrliiK hii neeount of her pnji'eeillniCH in the ail!iiliiL-itr:tliou of mud entitle for the flhul sctlle ir.enf. I late J At iJttwa, thin Hth dT of Anrll. 1-T. W. MNIAN VII.I.K. Attist: riisRT Hki Mm. Aiimlalstrstur. t'lt rk ProhBte Court. U Salle Co.. Hi. apr il-Sw 4 DMIMSTIiATOIfS 8AI.K or KKAL, KSTATK. V By virtue of an order and decree of the I'robate Court of l.a .sallecuunrv. Illinois, ma le on the petition of 'he iin.lemirfced. Thiiiuas Slu ltuti, Adiiilnliilrator It tu'iK non of the Estate of WIKIhui K. Wiiltnan, tit reiwed, for lre to sell the real estate of said de reasl, at the April term. . i. l-T. of said Court, to wn, on the ISUi day of April. lixT. I .hall, on the )th day of Mny ul between the hours of ten oVKH'k In the foren'sin and tuur oVIurk in the after noon, to wit, at two oMock I' H ut a,d day, m-U at puiilir .ah-, at the south ttH.r of the County i ourt llo'it. in Ottawa, In stud bounty, the real i-stHteile-wrttHHl f l ows, to wit : Ijtf one and t 1 and 5 1 In tiiiH'k fot-Tv two i, in the city of U iil!. In l.a Salle county, ri.iioi; i. ii th" fullowin tero-s, towit: t'a-li. liale I ihis lit!: tiny of April, t i lis;. T.M'JMAS MIKI TdV. AJiii'M'stritt.r Of it i ,n of the K.-tate pr.:;-lw uf William K. Wiliuiau, di'i'ss',. IEC3-C3- WV !N'IniTf: K-;t, S I . "i 't r ille.1 lor. t CJ.. "faw. 1!'. s. si '-J per arttllis f Can b or addre K. AI,S' : lmu (FOR) Oauton Tricycle Plow, Canton Sulky Plow, Farmer's Friend Planter, Great Western Seeders, Balance Frame Cultivator, Rose Disk Harrow, And an endless assortment of Walking Plows, Spring Cultivators, Harrows, Drills, Check Howers, c, GO TO REED & CO8. Every .A.rtiolo Warranted. AGENTS FOR J. I. CASE F. M. CO.'S Engines, Vibrators, Horse Powers and Saw Mills. 1). M. OS BO UN E & CO.'S Steel Mowers ana nay uanes. The Light Running White Sewing Machine. Will pay the highest price for Timothy and Clover Seed. IRIEEX) 6c CO. DAYTON Custom Roller Mill. LOOK HERE. FARMERS! Bo you want to have your wheat ground Into Fine White Flour, as good as any Flour you can buy f Do you want to get a good yield your Bran and Shorts If so, so to the above Mill, which improved Boiler Machinery, and expense in putting the Mill into shape for doing FIRST CLASS WORK. Bring along your Wheat, and straight grade of Pure Boiler Flour. Yours respectfully, GREEN BROS. Dayton, 111.. April 20tb, 1887. WE ARE DETERMINED To place THK FREE TRADER county soon, if liberality on our to accomplish the object we nave we can almost GIVE A"W.Y A COPY OF U FAIL To every new or prepaid subscriber to THE FREE TRADER At the low cost of only S2 for both. A $3 Book and a $1.50 Paper for Only $2! (When the Book is to I)-' aunt by .ill :.') cent mint be sent for jio.-tHo.) , ....a,, thin offer for tlie sole urpone of otitaiti'm n still ltirirT ciirulutioii, fcclini: con fident ttist we run Klve you u paper whidi y.u will not do without uflcr you In'tomo ue- ''T'cuU-uiiSil Inevi;ry town In U Salle county. iiw.l money can be ina.l.' by wide iiwahe men, women, and suiiii'timen t hildren. "Our Family Give the Allopathic, Homeopathic and Ke. ieetie treatments nil three for each and ev ery disease ami ailment. ft ut: a i7ii...u7i'i "Ttihh of Siniiittwi,'' '' whifh nut m'tlitiiiri intrlttffrnt .'.ioi t-nit il'lrv miw i-i iv an a iseiii what tnnisi- a ih'nt in mill'rrin'1 mm r tlimtt'tuil inlfi. i his is feature of the book worthy of ope cial attention a feature peculiar to this book. Any ijiiod medical work will tell you what to do, if you know what the disease is, but the dillleulty is, you can not tell from the book what it b. To find out you are obliged to send for a physician! The book is written with this view; written ireiierallv in the inter est of the profession ! With "Uf K KA M I I.V PHYSICIAN" you can tell, yourself, what the matter is just as unerringly as a doetor could. In this respect the book differs from all oth ers; and even if you huve others, you need thi book also. AGENTS WANTED" IN EACH SCHOOL DISTRICT, To whom Liberal Commissions will be paid. See our i&t of Premiums to Patrons sending us New Subicribers O. W. W. BLAKE. Annrnt'i til l.o-r. N'OTIOK. Ksttf or Wm. H. Kuwi KR. n Notice Is hert-tiy (flveu that The iilnler-ineil. Ad nilni-tra'rn of the fvtiile uf Win. II l-uwii r. ul thecuiintv uf ljt slid tilte of I'llnui-. ilci t isil, will appear liefure the I'robate I uurt of mi.I rumii "ii the third Muli'hn il.'-;iirf the Juth dayi uf Julie. l-, at the I'rulmte t uurt lie .in. in ittawa. In s nd i ountj . w hen mid w here all .tsiii. having cianiis ur dem o,e auainst nd i--:itc nre not tiled lonttclid and fnsl.l the Mtllie III rlttllii fur adjll-llllellt. Kuled llii 1Mb day uf April. 1. 1-c-T. MAIiV J KmW I VI'.. aiirie -1w Adli.iiiwir.ini WANTED'. ttiuill rtittifji!. t !i iiidf Mil ;irtlcl" U (.1cm m . - t' -1 iv 1 nr iKrt' ii ar AiMr TKl'KHKA J -. Mti. i'O., lVorift, 111. ;:- Frame Harvesters and Binders, of WHITE Flour and ALL of is now fitted up with the latest the proprietors have spared no we will make you a llrst class, in every household in La Salle part will do the work. In order inaue arraugciut'ius uj mum Physician." It Is a book that, after iimh"; -x months, ni ! parent would part vulh it for t. j It will save from J.", to $V) every year In : any family. ' W" have hud u special edition of this stan. ! dunl and well known work, contaiuilii; 5-1 1 i p:i"es - the same style in w hich in book stores ! . P... ..!.. ... -..t.l f... i. riiili.il fur use liv II I1IIS 1I1W11, WIMI I. I V" I , ' this p 'per as u premium, liurinir the coming few months we shall otTer this valuable book, together witli a year's subscription to Tmk Kkkk Tit.tHKit. for i'i! In other words, we will sell you the book for two thirds its regular established price and irive you a year's subscriptiou to 'IliK KltKK TltAUKU KOK NOTIIIMi' We do this of course to build up tLe clrcu lation of our paper. If you wunt tlie best medical work there Is r..r home nse and the lu st weekly paper In the district, now is jour opportunity. You can K-'t both for iV. MIW. I.OTTIK CLAHK OS.MAN TKACIIKK UK DRAMATIC ART. Address tt.rou-h P. . or call at resMcnce, West Side, Ottawa, 111. At home from to i5 Friday PAPERS unfit, In I'liiladrlnh ll the NeHj.-r t- r..o..r 1 .. n -fc ,.f M.-wl- N. W. A i ER SQH, J wu.-iia. J kiu' Y PHYSICIAN May lloroiiig, at 10 o'clock l ( Men's Unlaundried V V White Shirts AT 19 CEEreg. These are, perhaps, the poorest Shirts made. However, come and see them, and, if they are not worth the money, don't bnj. (You may be disappointed by finding them better than yow expect.) Aiioiner, anu a very goou one, is uueiru ai 33 Cts. These you will not hesitate to buy. And for 49 Cts. We offer a Shirt that is equal in quality to any ordinary Dollar Shirt iu the market. This is recommended as the best bargain of them all. The McCabe Stores sell over 500 dozen of this grade each year. Linen l oiiars anu i;uns we can nrices, as we are satisfied with as 1- I I .. !l (linarilV miuit' uii n Miiir utinir NINE CENT STORE'S COLLARS I SE NO OTHER. In Ladies', Children's and Men's (Jauze, Mcrhiii and Ralhriggau Underwear the assortment is now complete. In this line our nurrhases have been very heavy, owinc to inducements offered earlv to case lot buyers. We have a full assortment of all size-i . . m . . .. A I. . I f . I . in all grades or ions sieeves, suori sieevc, uouies anu jersey styles. YOU CAN ALWAYS FIND WHAT YOF WANT IN THE UN DERWEAR LINE AT THE NINE CENT STORE. DON'T FORGET THE HOI R FOR THE UNLAI'NI)RIE1 SHIRT SALE MONDAY MORNING, AT 10 O'CLOCK. L. S. McCABE & CO., Ottawa, Ills. 801. 803 and 805 La Salle Street, opposite the Post Office. The Deere and Buford The Deere and Buford The Deere Lever Harrow The Union and Keystone Planters AND CltKCK Are the KINO and Of KEN. SOLID MEKIT d'rt it. We ( HMJ.ENUE COMrAlU SDN. i'OlTl.AUlTY ESTABLISHED. 1'EKEEUTlON W A KUAN TED. We want Farmers in every Township to have them. The Bonanza Force The WONDEU of tho We Have the Best Low Priced Seeder The Acme and Keystone Pulverizing Harrows oTt vtt iiinik itv at i ivr 1 1 1 u i ALL GOODS GUARANTEED, AND WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD BY ANY ONE. WILLIAMS & TUCKER, rostofllce Itloek, OTTAWA, ILL. (FOR)" Carriages, Buggies, Road Carts, GO TO All Vehicles Guaranteed as Represented An d rices as Low as First-Class Work can be sold for. You Have Heard of the "Garland" "Climax" "Fast Mail" Ccoks; WE HAVE THEM, WITH MANY OTHERS. Bur ITU l'reecnts many items of interest: "Little Yankee' VOth er Sulky Plows, "Leader" and Other Planters, The "North-Western" Seeders, "King & Hamilton" Gophers, "King & Hamilton" Wagons, Budlong Pulverisers. Cliec-k llowiT", lInrro. r , in the mm Wei; nil lit I.O'tV I'Kll.'llS. HEKTf AN. Q1SEEDS Bill r . . ' jg.-'fejyrJSlttW. AT LEE Best Assortment of Flairs sen ai anoui nan me regular much profit per dozen as is or- I .1. niV u.i iii u ui-iiiri. ini iiirj AMI CI r KS, AMI VOL' N ILL Plows Are the STANDARD of KXCE1.EI.NCE and have NO EQUAIr Cu'tivators SATISFY THK MO'T CRIT1CA IS THE BV!sT OS EA'.Ufl. KOWKIIH Drop Planter, AGE! No iii.mc CKOOKED COI1N TO PLO'Y OS THE MAU MARKET STAND AHEAD OF ALL OT1IEKS. 'LITKS TAKKfi" IBSB. WANUFACTunto ev The GRAND DETOUR PLOW CO. DIXON, ILLINOIS. t'H''t ii .Ith t frof r tnin ft i:K'r.rf pt"w. frsw .,- tl.r l.. tt. t .l tt t r' ! I run l'i.!l ' rr. IU ini Un.lthlr, liif'i 'i) .- .crn.f :lfrr w w 'tf.'.' - th it r - f.i- ( i . ! I u.r r iii..i. I'l- U ii iiv.' at U IF TiT -1 lt lfk . f. .1 W rM. Ml ' r. UtT rl f 111 Hr-'r S Cn" . 1 ill I -ur 'r'l ("r .fT . ft ' ;T"W .1 .ItMiVHl if ifc. I h rlil.'r t .'.t . t tltr t .. . . trit. 'II U: S.T-'-, 'i.r" VI .t. !fl'l Ii" llli 1 j't. t.u.i -If. N Until frir tlt'O, i )' VU ll -i . .( p. ! C. I UVl Mlf. il r I itM'h tN-ll. Rl, n-i I'.ihtt t ' t. t- 1 'n- fr" rt Irv.-r rk' . sir. it .1 f.lli . nt;-i r..l !. J p( -m v4 -lu.trr 'I fir Hir -vi tt f i 'h rrr 1. . r t t r-m ' ft n Lt ( r.l lllii T'lf "Iiift!e Yiinkr" m a Now DcparTtir" in K ttir c ?!-. IT ti hiU ouh M.nt Apfrovcti V.u;. .1 m s. ll.'ni;i. VV'v.'K mil Ai. It i Lmht. --'I't.i'l.' . .... it i4 V -i ' v.n. FARM ANNUAL for 1807 Will IwM-ot I- It t : TO Al.l. bo writo.T Ii w MitnilsiMiif Hook of tS Fasns witb huo.lnt.ta ai Ulustmnmii, thnw t 'olorrj I'lntra, nd ttU il bpm THK lit ST : IHIIKV. rilM mil H.OW tK BO Dl AUTO Thoroujihtrrl TtK K sod DULDO TLMll I 0 Kanrv VHl 'I.TKI. " o . ii.......Hlii. in I ii... .. Lie. n.1 t'lwprsni' . . i ....... i i . m m '-' BURPEE & CO. PHIUDELPHU. PI.