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OTTAWA FKKE THAI) Kit : SATURDAY , NOVEMBER 22, 187:3.
FARM ANDGARPEN . A .Mcrrliiiiit on I'm iiilni;. The following is an extract from an ikMitss liy Klliot ('. Cowilin lii'l'orc t lit. .'sti-iu-sti r county (X. V.) Avrricullural Society: "It has been my lot as an active merchant, to mingle, with men in almost every station otf-'ocii'tv, in many ot lite nati jus ot Kurotie; ami mil convinced that no class in uny countrv of Hie world is so thoioughly inde lientli iit. possess so 111:111 v real comforts, and hiive so little cause for anxiety anil discon t,.nt i onueciril wi'.u their vocation, as the tanners of America. Always till honorable inn-suit, i'annimr is remunerative when properly prosecuted: anil as a general rule, it is more universally successim man itu olher call iii-r. Voii may iilicslion this state nient until you carefully consider it. "Let me sav to our youm; men, hi; not envi mis of the niercliaiit or the banker of Hie lnistliii" citv: hut ralher In arm miml that of ail who chase after wealth siloner the .-dip. nerv oaths of coniinci'ce and finance, scarcely more than one in a hundred reaches opulence, a few more obtain a competency in season lor oltl utfi', w hile nine-tenths miserably fail ere they have stalled in the lace, and for the most part, die poor. "Neither let our youns men be lured from rural life its duties and its dignities, its toils and its rewi.r Is b the glittering bauble of the learned professions. Lawyers, physician anil clergymen, at the very best, lead labori ous lives. The great body of these tire mere drudges hard working men, who pursue the noiseless- tenor of their way, and gain a bare subsistence. Il'myut them rise above the common mass, it is' usually the result of years of intense study and tireless application to their one pursuit, which unless they are a marvel of good luck, will surely undermine their health, ami very likely alVord nothing to leave to their heirs except that professional lame wliicli is among the most cvanesceui oi earthly possessions. Labor throughout the universe, is the established order of things. "The successful fanner must observe, study and try. Like all other pursuits, he gains by what lie does with eye, brain and hand, lie must not only accumulate facts with care, but trace thein to their original sources, examine their il lations lo other facts, and then skilfully apply them to the particular case before him. ile must never forget tlmt his avocation h an ai l ami a sience, and like other arts and sc'u nees is governed by the law of progress. Alas, how many fanners cultivate the soil lo-day ju-t as Iheir ances tors tilled it generations ago, ami Usually for no better reason than that tin ir great L'rand- fathers si follow." Ill" example, which they blindly Kimsl Turkey. After drawing the turkey, rinse on! with several waters, and in next to the last mix a leaspoonful of soda. The inside of a fowl, especially if purchased in the market, is sometimes very sour, and imparts an unpleas ant taste to tin"' stulling, if not to the inner parts of the legs ami side bones. The soda will act as a corrective, and is moreover very cleansing. Fill the body with this water, shade well, empty it out, and rinse w ith fail water. Then prepare :t dressing of bread crumbs, mix with muter, pepper, salt, thyme or sweet marjoram, anil wet with hot water or milk. Vou may if you like, add the beaten yolks of two eggs" A little chopped sausage is esteemed an improvement when well incorporated with the other ingredients. Or, mince a dozen oysters and stir into the dressing; and, if you are partial to the taste wet the bread-crumbs with the oyster liquor. The tiled upon the turkey ineal,'particu;arly that of the breast, is very pleasant. Mull the craw with this, and tie a string tightly about the neck, to prevent the csftipe oi' the stulling. Then till the body of the turkey, and sew it up vith strong thread. This and the neck-string are lo be removed when the fowl is dished. In roasting, if your lire is brisk, allow about ten minutes to a pound; but it will depend very much upon the turkey's age whether this rule holds good. Dredge it with Hour before roasting, and baste" often; . t lirst with butter and water afterward with the gravy in the dripping pan. If you roast in an oven, and lay the turkey iu "the pan, put in with it a teacup of hot water. Many roust always on a grating placed on the t p of the pau, n that rasa the boiling water steams the under part of the fowl, and prevents- '.lie skin Irom drying too fast, or eiaking. Roast to a fine blow n. ::iid if it threatens to darken too rapidly, lay a sheet of white paper over it until 'he lower part is also done. Slew the chopped gibM-j in jitst enough water to ewe them, and when the turkey is lifted from the pan, add these, Willi the water JU which they were boiled, to the dripping; thicken with a spoonful of browned (lour, wet with cold water to prevent lumping, oil n,; i once, and pour inl the gravy. boat. M'Uiej uirkey is very lat, skim the tnppneN well before putting in the giblets. Serve with cranberry saitec. Some lay fried oysters in the dish around the turkey. ll'lli '. Xive Stork. As November is sometimes a pleasant '.".until, with much of that Mi Id, sunny weather called Indian Stimni, the farm stock will not need much ext-ivt care, vxeept in storms, which are sometimes severe at the ( lose of this intmth. Jut it is important that the stalls, folds :vA pens should be in readiness to receive them. Supply them well with food, and e ready to shelter them as soon as is neetlJl. Loss of flesh by hunger and suf fering ts a miserable preparation for wintir, Milch cow 3 especially need extra care. The milk, drawn from them daily is a hciivy draft upon the animal heat, and for this reason they need warmer shelter than would other wise be necessary. Fattening aiiimals, if to In; turned over to the butcher soon, should now be crowded forward, as less tood is required to lay on fat in mill! weather than in colli. These as tliev h ve an extra source of animal heat in the ,.l..,iiit'n mid rich fooil eiveii them do not require as warm slit Iter as milch cows, nor quite as warm as the leuner stock. It is well lo give those but little advanced in the pro cess of fattening moderately warm shelter, anil cooler to those further advanced. Mos feeders prefer that large oxen, nearly ready for the market, should be over night under an open shed, protected, of course, from cold winds, rather than pass the nights in warm stalls among other anini ils. If the s'nlls could be graduated, with respect to warmth, we would place tin- milch cows in the warm est, the working oxen in the next warmest, next the common stock, tin n the cuttle but partly fattened, e.nd. last of all, thoj.c nearly ready to be sold ;is premium cattle. The horses should have warm stables but vent! lated. and not too near other stock, as the horse w ants pure air, and should not be com ptlled to breathe, over ami over again, his ow n breath or that of other animals. Sheep folds and pig pens should be so constructed that the occupants can select positions suited lo their nature, and especially to tin ir present condition, its regards the degree of fatness and the b ngth '! w.xii. A big sheep, in high order, with .' lbs. of wool cuwring him all over from bead to hoofs, woidd select cooler loiigimr. and kerp himself out of door a sreater part of tin- day. than a little mciTe lie, w ith but 2 lb. i,f wool on bis back lire' little or none (New here. Tin- ;inr nt llii- I urin".-. The benefit c otili i reil upon mankind by tJic tanner, and the phaim- which attaches to .' vi, :i!;o:. a:-- har'n'tiL !y ;"r.ni yi-'i by Ralph Waldo Kmers-oii, in one of his essays, us follows : "The glory of the farmer is that, in tin division of labor, it is his power to create. All the trades rest at la-d on his primitive authority, lie stands close lo nature, he ob tains fro'm the earth the bread, and the food which was not he causes to be. The lii'.-l farmer was the lirst man, and till historic nobility rests on the possession anil Use ot land. 'Men tlo not like hard work, but every man has an exceptional respect for tillage and the feeling thai this is the original calling of hi race, that he himself is only excused from it by some circumstances w hich made i him deleirate it for a lime to other hands. If he had not some skill which recommends him to the fanner, some rod net for which (he larnn r gives corn, he musthimself return into his due place among the planters. Anil the profession has in till eyes its ancient charm as standing; nearest (Jod, the first cause. Then the beauty of nature, the trail ipiility and innocence of the country, his independence and ph asing arts, the care of bees, poultry, sheep, hogs, the dairy the care of hay, of fruits t,f orchards and forests, and the reaction of the workmen in giving him strength and plain dignity, like Hie face and manners of nature all men acknowledge. All men keep the faun in reserve us an asylum in case a mischance, to hide their poverty, or as a solitude in case they do not succeed in society. And who knows now many glan ces of rciuorse are turned this way from the bankrupts of trade, mortified pleaders in courts and senates, or trout the victims of idli ness and pleasure Y" In America trees are cut down, a portion of them is used and much is allowed to remain on the ground to rot. Some trees are planted for shade or for fruit, but few are planted for timber lor future use. In the old country they tlo things better, according to nn ex change, which says: Timber planting is said to be at least moderately profitable abroad. The great timber plant, of Scotland is what we know here as the Scotch pine. This existed in im mense forests through the country, and not withstanding the great tiiantity cut away for lumber purposes it is stated on the authority of statistics collected by the government, that there is a greater number of acres under Scotch pine at the present time than at any olhei period in Scotland's history. Mesidrs this large numbers of larches are planted, which are found very rapid grow ing plants, and to yield limber opittled by few. In England every stick of timber is jealou !y guarded, and an avenue of ancient oaks is worth thousands of pounds. Tin Xtir Yorker says that the skin of :.M animal, whether cow, "calf, coll or horse that dies on the farm, is worth more at home than at the tanners'. Cut it into narrow strips, and shave oil' the hair with a sharp knife before the kitchen lire or in your work, shop, on stormy days and evening. You may make them soft by rubbing. A rawhide halter strap an inch" w ide w ill hold a horse belter and last longer than an inch rope. It is stronger than hoop iron and more durable, ami may be used to hoop dry casks and boxes and for hinges. Try it on a broken thill, or any wood work that has been split. 1'tit it on wet and nail last. I Inn skins make the best bag strings in the world. A raw hide rope is a good substitute for a chain. It is valuable to mend a brokr a link in a trace chain. For some purposes it may be dressed soft. lion- Slu plieril line's are Trained. Vou may go over the plains and hills of southern ('aliforni.'t for miles and see thou sands of sheep but not a man to watch them. Around each Hock or band ol, say, a thousand heep, are half a dozen tlogs of a peculi ir breed dogs whose progenitors were imported from the sheep pastures of the Old World. These tlogs take the entire care of the sheep, drive them out to pasture in the morning. keep them fioni straying during the day and ing Ihelil home at night. I hey nave inherited a talent for keeping sheep. Jin- the hcplurds do not depend wholly on that; they cultivate it in this way so, at 'cad, 1 lu ll shepherds say: W hen a lamb is (."lit 11 is taken away irom the mother shefp i' u,;e he has seen it, and a puppy put b f'H place, the sim p suckles the iitimiv a-l '.earns to ove it. When the puppy grows old enough to eat meal, it is led in iV; turning and sen; out Willi lue stieip. s; stavs with J ll'ltl ninth s tl.ev ifll'jth. because it is- aeciijf"r.-i to l.e with it: er, but it eannor nvj with them. A get lull lb': 'Vtf ots hungry. At Impatient t.V.v.urn where it hopes lo another 'piiV',' of meat, it begins to tea-e ; worry it mot her, and finally start her Iowa ho'iie, t-'-V.' other sheep follow, and thus whoic. dock is brought in. li the do-' br;: the sheep home too soon, or come with tin in, he gets no supper, or is punished soin way. Hence he soi n learns wleai come, and to see to it. tiu;t none of his cha are left behind. The by taking ad ailt.agc appetites. animals ar their inii traniM nets ale A remarkable illustration of the pov , r ol vegetable growth tun be seen at Ki t i.e. M. 11.. where a toad -atool has grown up uuiltr tin concrete walk, bieaking it mid pushing i: un til it has made room for Itself. The com r. ti in that place is nearly an inch thn would hold up a heavily-loaded team. What is the ililltrence tutwtui u fanner and a bottle of whisky Y One husbands the corn, and the other corns the husband. Corn in tlit vicinity of llagnolu uvi r.; this season 70 bushels (n the acre, the Minjuoliii St irs. The siHiil-clul) is a wcsi i rm uc 1 by mw ilit.s in S in rnincisco, rt'st inMin in tuinci pit; tli- stuiil liau nsctl liv tin; suiiif s..:t i I I scoiiii ln Is in New York. Yhf s;itnl cluli i-i foiiucil by till in v: tint wl skin with s;mil. j Win n this instiuiiuiit'wfis first Lrouirht into) use. the authorities were irreiitlv iuz.!ri' hv dentils, ai'pureiiily from violence, yet no nurks couhl he "fo'.unl on the ut-i ! of the hotiv. A Mirvrlo- " was flnully criiiureil " ith it sa'inl-club in h'.i oss('srion, lnaiir oi;ri,i an eel skin stuii'eti ' w ith s.-tml. J J i 1 1 r cl.-.i l;, (Ult'Stinncil he iV'.fiiained its Use. When th victim is striit U. !or instance, on tin 1, h drops iiiseiisihle, and soon tlies from coii'.'i s tion of the bruin. Often til : f.ktill sulh rs no injury from the stroke: and if the pi:-,,n struck reeott rs'sci.sihility, he :,.idually re laiises into a (omliiioii of li'iocv. Some times a n: tn struc k in the l.ody will Ik knocked down by fne peculiar force of the blow, mill f ( 1 no iinm-diate re-it!;- Irom it. In a few weeks, however, the f. -U will he. pin to mortify under the iine of Mi-blow . and rot oow n ' ' 'It'" bone. Mrs. Weed died ui Dixon on Tuesday at the a:re of l'l years. f i t This itoison win Oi t. 1 1 ;i it r.-n sv:.II tr ver. or lulls into con v. s :ili 1 ill-ion- i inmi tm uij; ovcrloii'k"! tl:e s,.ln:i li. ;::i si stiint.liRi.us romt-ily luor.' ellieient ;iliil .ijip! Ciltile in ti 1, Hire iiiiinlier of c:t-es tl.:ill 1 :-. 1 1' tlotll of r.ii 'lieines we l.ow tliink of. i.t !:: J inir tens 1 1 tor. of cointiion -:tit. ri ll I us nii:e;. i coml litiisturil stirn il r:t'i'lly in -t te.ieiijio: .water, warn-, or ei.'. l, nl sv :llwI in-t:iif !y . It is scarcely ilown liefor.' it bein - t't '-"lii'-' jui), lirinirin with it the; rcni.iir-in i: -n-iiS- i of llic stor.iacli ; ami lest tliero .:' i i ; i -' :innt of a iKtisoii. httwrtcr small, let tin- white of a:i er:'., or a tea. ti of strong -o!ree. ie . suallitwcil a nin as the st unm-li is iior! bccatiso tli of: verv c-ututnon articles rulnty a ; i aru'T nurtiltf-r of virulent imisups ih:ui s.!- . 'ined't-inc ia tV: simps Ktclfi'.gr. fHlsrcllanroti -s n- t! -Tr xfl LLVJL sQBSautlK flew, Fresh and Sparkling! A. New M'.r.lo Eok for tlio Use of CoitVCMlUiiUS, Niiiilirj ( hint's, (''lurch Choirs, AM, TIIK IfllllH1 CijYll'. r.v S. VI.i: M AKTIN, .1. M. Si I I.I.M A N, AMI T. M KTIX TOWN!-:. si.-j.rso ! i .. sinnii' I,st.; .HI, f l.tn:. Acilrt'.HS 1'iid t'lipU1, sent, L. FETZS3, 533 1TS'7 YC3S. FOR SCHOOLS. A New Singing-Class Took. Viup!!i't iii.d Ai i ni'cil william iui:ssLi:n. isv rl.. 1 T Il'y. Hilt. Jl'.'St- m iohi jiaoioT-Si-UOQl Book. P J:! I !.-. KINS. i! - C0'l.- J. 1. rETSIlS, 533 EraiTra;-, York. Austn't'.M II w it jic ' .v MAciti.'N i: sum1, WM. STORMONT, Iron FowihIoi k 31 iiIi i ulst . Corner La Salle ar.d Laf iyctto Sts., tiiliiil':.ctiu( riaKc nlili'imn ';isl!iu-s i f tlif ln'-t iu;illty. fronts tor liuilil.:i(t ! !tll trerit riailrriK, tloor Htrps, win- low ,-Ii'IiIk, .Vr. Il!i ii L' n l""( v i.-i,'t v ,.l I, in nu I ni 1 linr ut.'i-tm. t'-ii. nil'ply Utow in mrl of jiwh or.( on ii itiiiiif-lr Ifi in-, i ,n;.i it In ttuMn' a Would do " 1 '' li 'm'I itn 1 ' In mukr-, m.'l '"" 11 ''!i".in- !" srliiil" I i it ii M l !:;. 1 urn. irm ! .-j- on :c ,sm!i ,),. I, :;:-. ('.,.-!, .111,1 lir:i-K. s't'Mli. i-H-'Im- mh.I lUtl' HOW OTt hllll'l .!!: !r ni.d o ird-'l'. Snvi' m i:ry mid I t:;- o llioi t'N I o!i- di---. mi jTr,n . whicli aliv other. It .Un: aio-.l In fooil or oM :ro,i. roppi'r p.ilri',1. '1 wo rii ! j "iiivit. In soml V. i It'l.ts t Sloe-upiO-lV I I iff P teted Ware, '!iJfSlM!S Sis. DtSKG S?f.S7ftCLES! The-. Sf.i-rt.eht h '.) -ru. r.-.Hiu t ..' hi I '"A ' "ll ll' e' n'lt i It I- ell I- I til"! Se-.tell .'!. i- HI. th'ir piil n.i ''. i.'. !! II. .ill "Ml.M II- tn- r. tti.il .re eit!I".l -it.il liilliutlirv. i i.i I Itiallliiii or i 'ti' e e. tieeilll.e uf 1. 1, n-.e, the tllarninl l'v , I i ii .. I re.it. lens M-alAti .f.r A I'llt'l' y. .re Iret-1 . : .1 1 i. hrh'l-in' hi1! ! . ...' .1, ,-j.. rl;,i .. . t i t ii r' i:'.'.t ! rr. n- ;v in t! e I l.i' 'll .If L'iil .ht..i.i'il. sw 1 I1, 1.. 1 A; ni dr i OILS, i"..t:i imi:k:i:. i 1 1 1 1 r . . . t l-MA i THE CLUSTER The" glusteB TORY VOICES JL THE TheFo.-noa:' BY H. S. Irlt,f., 87.rit piM- jMtMt-pft'.tJ, 1-ir l I'UliKHs, ? .-n ! gfev A ' ifi iff, iS JEWllikl, Silver k D itcgal. r.vr KOI'' Il.Iil.MIM,UStl.UIl.-l. t'ii'.'Utl 'unit Uirir!f't t !mhtti y V: 111 IS, I. In C.'iitli (V-'. Anion WulrutT r. Tlitwi Walnut. -Wmnr. It itpprtirlni; Irom un ul'idiwft on tlh In tlif oltlce ol tti clrrk milili'ouri, t!it mild di-fi-iidam. TIiiti-hi lrutl. In not ii ri'litt'iit ol B iliUuiie. mid xiiid complainant having f.lrd lit bill of complaint ill mud court, on till cliam-ory M.k' thi'i-i iif. o.i ihp letli day of Noveintx r a. r. is?;l, liernln, unit u minimi having born iMm-d thi-rcon according to law -, Notice. I Ill-return, In lierchy Klvn to naliltit'lendunt, Tki-re-: Walrntt, that nnlcsH you pi Moually be and hi pear la' fore "aid court, at said tinn thcrui i. to I held at tiie Court House In Ottawa, In s ild county, on Hit" llilnl .Monday of January next a.i. 1ST I, (when Mid where nalri miiiniiouaia rt tiiriialili',) and plead answer, ui'innr or except to Hair! bill, he K.iiiii' will be taken lor fonli'SAed against you. and the matter and ttdiiiia therein .inived tor decreed aci-ordlimly. i'ii a i.'i i.'c ii ititui: .i...L. Jah. W. Dt NciN. Solicitor. IiOVJ-W tTATi',1lFlljlISHM, I.A Sallki o.-k. k7 ill llf ruviilt Omit tltrltiij, to Jliiuwy Jrihl l;i. In t ti'tnrfi r. Catherine Delaneyri. WlllUm )rlmv. ftirm-cr. It apivarlnj; tiom an Hllldav t on tile in the ottlcr of the clerK of m!d court that said defendant, William Ilelmey. in not a. resident of said slale. and "aid complainant hating lllcil her hill i'i complaint In aatd com t, on the chancery side therein, on the lptti it .y of Nov. a. ii. ISM, In n ln, and summons havih hi-en sueil lliereiin accordini!: to Ian ; Notice, thereiore, Ul-reby Klven to aalu dcleudant, Wil liam IX'lancy, tliat unles you personally he and appear be fore said court at sa d term theri'ol, to tie held at the Court House In Ottawa, In said county, on the. third Monday ol .lanuiiry next, a. i. ih;i, (when mill where said summons la reiiirnalite.) and p ead, answer, demur or except to sa d Mil, the Hitiua will be token lor confessed against you, and the matters and thliu therein prayed tor decried scenrihiiiMw t il AliLKS II. lint K, Cleric Cko. W. W. IIi.ikk, Solicitor nl!L1Z'ivv eTATl'itll'' I l.l.l ?iHS. La Salle Uo.-8. O I't til' f iiilntl 'Vnot tftrin't. to lltvrtiltri' 'Irrm a. Ii. 1h;.i. In the matter of tliu ai'plli'allon of .lacob llarr, Adniiioa trator of tlie estate of John Allen, deceased. w. William Allen and Samuel Allen. -l'rtUum.t' mi ottiri tuiliis id, ,iltf to MV ilrHs. It appearing Irom an affidavit on tile In tn ofllce ot the clerk of ald Court tliat ald detcndanU. Wllllinn Allen ami tunnel Allen, are noi reslilenU of said state, mid said neil- tinner having flleil Ids petition In said court, on the probate s.de thereoi, on Hie 1 1 tit day ot NoveiniHir a. i. isi. litre and Miiiiinons bavlnc la-en lsaiied thereon according to law Police, theretore. Im hereltv tfiveu to the iaiil detenda'.ts Vt llllam Allen and Samuel Allen, thai unless yon and each ol vou peraonally lie and appear la-fore said court, at aald term thereof, to be held at the Cwurt House In Ottawa. Ill satd county. on the Ikl Moudar In Iter uext.A.n. 187:1, (when and where said summons Is returnable ) and plead, answer, de mur or except to nald petition, the same will lie taken lot confessed against you. ami the matters ami things tln rida praed lor decreed aei ontlnglv. II. 1,. MKAI, ClerK. HtcKKV, Uuylr ii llicitoijtii.v. Solicitor. novla-lw N O'l'H'i :. KRTATIl OF CKOHK I. TltKMl'FR. I'Rll. Notice Is lierebv given, thai Hie undersigned, adminis tratrix of the, st ate ol (leoi e J. 'rremper. late of the coun ty ot i. a n ine anil state oi Illinois, ii, ceased, w ill appear l i foretheConiityi'iiurt of said county on the :M .Moiiilav (la Ing tlit It" It day) of .lanuarv a. ii. s7I. at the Court House In '.lltuwa. in said county, w hen and where all persons having clal'ns or demands against said esiate are noli lied to attend ami present the same In writing tin ailji.stnient. DfcU'd 'III" l-'tli day of NovemlK-r a. ii. 1-7:1. CAiiiKiuNK i i:kmim:i:. noV.5 w Ailitiitllsl: ttrlx . NO'I'ICK-Kstatk. lip IlKtnv c. N eot.AI, Itxc'D. Notice Is hcreliy given, tliat the iinder.-lgneil, aduituls. tratrlx of tin- estate ol Henry ('. Nmoi'ii, laie ol the county ot I. a Saile and slate of Illinois, dceeasisl, wiit appeal heloru the i oimiv Court of said cicint , on the third Monday, iheiug the P.itli day) id January Vul, at tin' ( mirl House In ():t!iva, tn said eo'iinty, w hen and where all persons having claims or item trds against said cstaie an noiined to intend and present the same In writing lor luilustPictr.. Iluttd this l..th day of November .'i. 17:1. i.ls v i. sn oi.Ai. novlS 6w Adinlnlsii aulx "1v'im:i-- In thi i trriitt t.,, ildilMIIN.U Sali.hCo -s. nri fe rnf, lu J vui'iru term a. v. 1S74. ?i f Vi'turn'i;. Isubcllii Crooks ri. Sam'ilil ('ri)Oks. Hill for i'wi", It nppeanng Irom an ailidavit on nb- In the ullu-c of the clerk ol said court, unit Raid defendant, Samuel Crooks, is not ll roM'-lit ot said sf.ite, iinM sai l ioui;ilalnaiil having Mel Iter bill of complaint In said rourt, on thei ban eery side tliereuf, nu the Jfiln day of tn tober A. I ls;:, lieriv di, iiti'.l KUBittiuiis having been issued thereon according to law; Notice, therefore, Is lieridiv given t' said defendant, Samuel t rooks, tln.t unless yon personally be ami appeal hdoresald court at said term thereof, to be 'id at the Court House In Ottawa, in said cnuniy, on i lie. third Mon day o( .lanuarv next A. i. H7 1, (When and where said ttlll inotist returnable,! and plead, answer, demur or except to said bill, thesi.me willbelakcn forcoulcssed against von, and the inattein and things therein praved lor decrecif lie cordincly. i llAIU.KS II. Hot iK, t lerk. Ilicu. WAt.ntMi i.k. Solicitor. nuvMw NOTIC i:.-Kstt or P a vi it straws, I)eAsmi. Notice is hereby glvn, tliat the undersigned, ho! minis tratoraol tint emnte ut lavld Straw n. lite of thec.iunly of La Salle and slate ol Illinois, ilueeased, will a, incur befon the County Court of said county on the third Monday dic ing the U,th day i id liecember IkW, at the Court House in Oitawa, In sshl comity, when and where all persons having claims or demands against said c-taic are notified to attend or present the same In writing for adjustment. Dated tldu UjiIi day of October a. ii. W.. s n mi si-haws, W AI.'l'I.U I). STliAW N. tiovl-Gw Ailnu iiis',1 aiors. N' TI C?l 7.- Kstatk of .Ioiih M i.i kki Pei-KAwiii Nofi e Is heiebv Klven, that the unili r-liini-d, ailmluls tratorul the esiate oi' .lohu Miller, lati! ol the " ounly ol l.a Salle and stale of Illinois, deceased, v. III appeftr Im-iV)i l-,. Count v Court ot said crnnlv on ti e tblrd Moi,df '.,lni; the 15thdavof Heceuibef s;:i al ttie Conn, Uo5 in ot tawa. In said county, when ai.rt wtfre all r?-'i havlnn clalniH or dumauus auatust salo e.-t are are. Yi r-Ult d tomci.d or present the same in willlnir for adjusl'MgrH. Dated ti ls :tlt day f October a. i, 'Vi. ,1(II1N 1IKSS. ri'iil i'W Adiidnlstialor. .RW-IH KlILK. HKI K ISKII. Notli' p hereby ulveu. Vbal the imdei sliriled. admlliH. tratrlx ol the esiatu oft.'-wls Ksle. bite nf the connti ol I. a Salle and Htati; of IMntds, deeeaved, will appeal beiore Hie C'linty Court of f d county on the ::d Monday (beniL' the 1Mb day! ol Ji.s--. Vsl l, hi the Conn House in oitawa. In said couhiv, wliiv anil wi ere all persorn imvlnir claims or ilcma';'!.' Tiit' i said cit.it,. ,u-- (1nu: i d in aiteud ami proseni th- sanf ,n writing foi-ailiu.-lment. Dated (hls'fli'll day Id nolo!:' I a. v. Is.:. CIII:!SIIA I'i. I.K. o::' ,' Ailioiiilsiratrlx. VfliV I ' I-:.- rVTATie i II ii'ollec Is h, rebv Cirelr, K VoeuiA Smi i n, 1 y:i l..ial:n. lt: il lh.- ni.'lei -i-.-iied, Auiiilnis tra'or oi the eala'e ol sophl i f-mtth. I. tie oi Die county ol 1 Salle nud s'ate of IIS . Oeee i-, d. .l n i i : r tn-lore !m I'ollliM (.onrt t said eoimtv on lie til l.l !o, ilnv ilieilr the h day lot tec. 11!, Ill I he Court II e in t iMuwa,i;i said -omit e( w pen ai.d wnei-e all j 1 f main'.s ai-alhst -aid estate a"e ic.MI.' 1 tl.e ..jtlne ill w rill I'll lot ii Mil lintel! . : li'. I'.U elal'os or lie- :o liter.; ami j,r. sent I II V I-. ."HIV-. .Vlllll. I tlator. lil.ted Utls tstll d o O, I r v I I M tf.tlS tin- NO'l'ICI. Alt Ol Noliee Is hereby ulien. 'I ltNi: s I'll! the Ull ITU. 1 in K ISKt, -cr-i.' le d, Admlll III. l.le ol Hie l-'rator of the e-t ite or lo iny Sit untl-ol I. a Salle alel srale oi i.ntl deceased, ulll ap f iv ,n-t'ir' C.i'inlv - Mirl i hiH C'tmity n tin- Dnul M UiiNv ."-iiiis tin- t.-it'i !' in: H.-rcMibfT M, ut m. 1 1 Him--tii a. In MiW ci.un! y, u litit tti-il w Ut'rv all 't ".hH limit.: r 1'U in - or i 1 1 . n " p ;ttilhl mht hlatf urt' ho ll'i'-tl lo uit. mi ittid pic-i'tit tli -litn Id wriiiiii; 1 r H('ji! IlMMlt. ltiit.-tl lh! l:iilt ilnv of (Vt-.U-r . n. T1MOTI1V V.- .inns. in'A IS iv -f n.ituti utor. N 'I" I ' I I:TA1 K (lPrIAIIT I'.''VK1.I., IKI' H Notirc is hinhv irlviMi. tlmt Un' m't'TNiirin-il. AilinSto Ita ornl the e-tit?" f r-Hi fowl). ImI ol fin cuintv i ,h Kallfiiinl Strttt of IMlnoK (Wealed, u ili ai'n-iii ln-iurr tht- t'ounlv Court of -nid I'otmty on tm- ihliil Momtav (lHn ttio litifi'tith ln ol lt.tiHlM'r 1HT4, i.:t.li' cirr l-.ii-i lu Oituwa iu Hal'l rotmty, wIm-u hih vhrv nil rwn.nii liali.ir clrtltiiH or iti'inandN r.o;;iiiw( nlfl i-til' hiv notitifil t- al' Mni nnd iri'fMit the Httnic In wrltlntr tor Al!.i-ttiitiit IHt('l tlllH IHtll lt.1V Of UflolKT A. I' I'O. ortlfiw AilniiM-liHor. AMAMih CIMI.M'V Marble ami SI one Work s. LOUIS GAGEL, Al the e.l liil. nf tlte Iron sw.uk Bi trtjf al the Mie,:i,i, I K.lei' I ii Monumental and Grave Stones, A apM'lal ittt'tiUoo Jivcu to ail kin's of BUILDING WORK. All Kiti'k :td !int'-i '.: 4 .t i Int. n I ,.i.i-" l.,w ti,r I.ul is i.AOKL. (tttavt. Auu-t iih. IV".:. Oino. Harrison, nraillnnl V Co.'s STEEL PE&IS, fcf.'l ki.oun tiunil):- 20 & 22. 505-75-28 i .f AuMt .1mo MAIERHOFER, DENT & CO. H.i.-the nVt.tir- ,.l iof.trinini tt.e Unner. ot I . S.l'e a ';. r,tiin.tlejr.,n,il, lit t lh'V :.re nt.i.nf trttinne t li ,ar ,'-t.'i,;ii.ni.'ii', .t ti, pi'Witi I.M'k. nm t! in. m n .1. l.i on iwi. in . it. I,- .1.1 t i. ri.e..,ni-. hiili,T..i u;. i ;,rotu h.'.i. la ,.r'h'-Ti H:t:wi .11 kin.t-oi Agricultural Implements, II-, ... II .I ' " .'". mi r ' ' I .. 1 t. II I, , i ; ii Vtrt, '! k n tifW frrt:r' t(i Thii ins' tt'H T ( iii Htf", pi it Wv r f".iflnt, i v-f i f r.i Nt ro"r. f rfn-T htf lnvitwl to rl rioi 'Inr ihr W'KK. vli-fhT tLy '.h te pun tint1 or ihjt. AH i rrlr Irom l't,r pr'Ti.'t!jr a'tt'Hii! 1ai;'V- ! UIT'T t!""! i t.rl f it tl . or Vim fw ! f!H7f. Tta, lr. l)r MA.kr.JIt" U- iKST on iii.- t o. I'l.-SUorMI.I.KtMiS I IIKK 1 KAi'KU Ol H'h 3rug Stores. "DOOK & DRUG STORE OF E. Y. GRIGGS. South Side of the Public Squae. 72 Would tliank ids nuinerous foi-.t!) for tliclr former liberal patronage and lnvlle the attention of everybody to ha large it. COi'WLUTi: UTOCK OF DRUGS AND MEDICINES, I'utent Medicines. Clieiuical- OiN and Taints, lbnsiies ot all Vl.vii l're-H ilpUou Via's, yt - I .' i-l it Ion CiiBe Is extensive, and lit ted ma w ill rind a compeiciil mull to wait un llicm at all hours, day (lood lti-itii(lUsi, AVIiion, Ac. for UiOdlcliml ICioU ii ml Mini I oiio r.v la the largest tldt Mile rles Misceilnie jus llooss. HIo(;i anhli-s. Histories, Travels, Voutn. Ill ink IK" ks, Ui'.Vil atil I'lain w liituniia 1)1 ue letter, M iisiU-. Klf. s. Klu'es. Aernr Icons, Violins, Flageolets, c. Micul Music, Note and Soli,' Uuoka. 'it Uiiis. Notions id all kinds, too tedious to mention. u-in,!,,s,i i iul lie. Iti 1 1. I nlllsunnlv Country nrices, and as cheao as tbey can l tt.L'ia lu Chicago. I can em cities, fruiu lirst band LO 3FL "O MAIN STREET, iSDliTlI STDK.1 W4 I impcr. ami kc p ciiiistantlr -,u band, O S J. i'T T All hi nrw PATEKT MEfilttfNES For Un I'l i lutnei j , St.itsii.s. mill B - hiwj PartitniUi- Atteiuiuu given to tho Coinnoundinir of I'liysic inns PreHcriptiQna. JOHN MAN LEY Shelf, Carriage and Heavy Wagon and Carriage wood wos.ss: No. 118 Main 8., OTTAWA. uiyio, is aim V-e; j ---"' mi iitiinr JLS-H-! W'lim'.v'iv - ' " Briggs House, Randolph St. and Fifth Ave, CHICAGO. 1 In', well-known H'ttel, nbiiilt upon tlie o!J .in h.. nil the niinJcriioiiiveiiiencc!, l'uisciin'r Ucv.itur, i:..iu K. .mi, Hut ami Cold Watrr in each Hnom, 1- ! r-n' i -uriiUhcd, andlotalcd iutlie L""-'ei niteot ti d ily. TERMS: $3.00 Per D-iy RICKCORDS & HUffTOON, Prrp-Mto-s. Metier ami Itetler! la the eiy rutin every qtmrter In reir- to the iiiulei I'ul elte,t(tl III: Wll. MOM'S AM III lllomr. the ureatest aeulvement ,,f m.itlerii -r "lie- :-li i .kill In trent'.ln! Mftlarlnl KeveiH. I IiiI.k i..l rever., Knheieil Spleen. Kiiliirteil I.Uer Dmnli l hill-, -mi I'lUiif. !nl n't i lel" 'l illeine. 1hei;reti viro t-el thn truly .i,tn 1 nr ineilli-iiit' onnnl.U In It. t ie j.neu,. lt tllleney mot it. pomiiiliif.' in the eure uf the .h.ive ii.ineil ilitM'teten. All tlir.Miclithe We.l mill X- rthwet, theSitntli kii.1 Kootli t w, m. mi. I .'iitii: lite Ohio V. ! -y. It iiMmi 1 snerere tin- iflVT-Uw BOOK AGENTS Fill! UiMDERCROUWD; on. LIFi: IM.I.OW TIIKSI'KF.U K. ( rit'-s. h. ,."i. 942 I'&gei Octavo. 130 Fine Engravings. J It. I,tf. lin hleni-m., Aee!l.ii'.l''.iiilthrl.li:litori)y: . St. riitiiLT Ailtt-i.tiii.-i. it, ml ..i,-i-ii , . 1 1 i . ', - M.-le..rWrkii,iro,..,'i ,.'i. ...teltiieir Mn.'rle: .ix.wn i In the t..i,i,T ut li.f : M."''- oi.liiiu t" n: uw 10 I'ri-.n; St. trie, ol hl." .I.elll.-i. tl.t.i.nrh Se.er. n.l 'l Htiieoiiihi; Aei hi, nf in 'I 1 ii.leri.n.l "t thcj,r.-t rlil-.en- en- h,.i ' i..'iil-:-ii't t" M.'iif. ml Ire.. ,ll.i'lihli.i.er..' .1. M,',t,t11.fi''';rt 1 mil . ,,l;l l OVN . ..li " IIHMiO. li t . Ms M I l I OK BULLS and BEARS to f.i.v ui.-K 3y MATHfcK HALE SMITH. r4,ll M.i m ill J Pi'e. l'"it..lJf Illll.tri.teil. jp '.iu :-l'. t" loeiw h-iw V..rt'ii.e..re t..f and I "t ... .!.. .1 " i .. r i: ,iifl . I'.nw r.aie. .i l.r.' ttl )..,! sl.rfW. .ri" Ito.'ir'it .ml Koltl, Ke.it till. I... !k ll.ii:-.:li- 1. 1.. urm 'hie. n Vr tt rent h-aUlne .. r' iiU'"i s' l "Tk. i'i. . hi tury r: w hii sirri n.i ir ' it.- it. m .l'tr'iii 't.e ( tt -VMenrs. Fur circular, an.1 4- tin's th" I'll'.) tin t- ; j l v).,t l- I .' e' l.l ' ' I i-ifi. .tt.HI "trit a !! If lJ:' i. r, ..-.I,.. j,-, i, i i. ;. .1. It. Ill Kit A .. n I- V.. ,H ( lilt AI O. II I-. V oil 1 .1 t tt.e s j ,i'j . ; i,i f.ni',:f Hour, l.e 1,-l.t 1 . ll.lk-t'V. I u s.'. Sua:.' lUlDe... We .: ni. ..r : ai.y ai.il all te.l tt b..rr tir to 1 tl.f rtf l-l Kit hft'll 1 Inline, tlrer.isl. f lillftt,!!tf nf t'l- . i.e.. .r,-. . l(.i,.,e 'i h"-t nt .', 4 v. I Laad, a.'aat ' L"f . Ae. 1 aa -I'rriua: .r..--: ' T .'-h : lal t-t.te n.r rah. hal. tn - a.. L. Itl.KHll t s. It (.KlULa'T. mi.( 'i Im-LVim K. It.oM.t, Uec'tl. iiisi . ii .laliele.l mm GRIGGS kinds, Varnishes, Dye Kititls, Window (Jlass from tit to I'-irluint-ry, Ac, Ac. up with choice and pure article l'byslclans and ciitom ani utgbt. use, always on hand, as pure a. can be bad. MnhMkof of Chicago, consisting In part of School Hooks of all th Agricultural and Mechanical Hooks, nooks for Children HJM rooiscap ami Nole l'aH;r, cap, urawmg auu uiuic raper. Clarionets, riecol.is,l!iitijos, Harnionlunu,.Jewsliarp, Call and get almost anything you want. Merchants ard I'livslclans with small bills, at who! om the ',ruayl!l.-t.-ij no so ncausc i um receiving tueiu mouiuiy worn ine V. CililU West of Lh Sp.lle Street, OTTAWA ILLlXOIf- a liiiv II sel, ctt stoi:' O 1- 33 1LVE I O aim "Oputai EXTRACTS 1 1 niry Uo. AND SPICEF - .lriiriesi tor llto I )ll'l. V Hint and 18 Mill Sreet, ILLINOIS. PECIB PAYMENT RES' I-.te ry M ot himI Weiiui'i i.li.l Ii. ly unit,!.' -leiilM In l.-; e l l.i tn tMelr .ma '.IU liny tlie iiitereft MostGoodsfDrthe Least Money. O'SAME, 4j. No. ( Couii Street, Wll -ill the to! I. ni: l'..iI lr the next Uty rt..j al ve: I.OW l'i:li Ks, viz.: Illtiek Silk.-, Sal ins, Vatwnrs, i'., DRESS GOODS, l'oilills, Metiuoi', k'.inpii'-s ( killl. 'anhtiiere, Sateen, Merino I'lutli, UttomaH Heps, Hlaek :nnt Colutt'il Aipiu :i. Heaver ( lot lis V ( jisiincns. Mi r.v Is, llluiik varii tv I-, I-iallll' i-. utul u hir i.f Wuu.Vti Yarn, taiim: n imm kht linkns, .lillit s- I' 111 i ttt nt.' l udenitar. MTK CJI.OVKS AND MITS, K'.r I.ailies, tn nto uinl Cbililr. n Twoels and TuMt-litiL'. fiAinir, Hrown & Kt'a. h eil Mu-kti, Cotton Haimil, and sey.ral Vtlier .-.i.id-, loo iiiiinerous to I'tiutncriite. I liavf also huh liiitiilrett edse ef BO T AND SlloKS, wliii h I will sell nt very small KruCf. IiuliInT Hoots, Art tic iii.it ."hi t pJitii'd SIW nt t ry low iri( i s. all anil -ittiiii;e tnv sto. k, and Ue t Kll ir.-eil ,,,,.,, i I .li.it what 1 i: I m-.ui to do. I). C. U'KANK, Nov.l-iw . Citui t Ptrct. () r'l-AWA iiti-i: wikk4, i n-i.t i ti.' -t-e- : t'.r and WiLlu;litD . i il!, III. j 31 khkii.i. a. ukxnett I::i ir Ifirn ert . turtner.lnp In tae Mrltl and MM lt '..i i; I. j.- :.' aie -rt aisl to UU ail order lur Monuments, Grave Stones And .ire.menteil Wot It In Marblot all k.nl; uUu lo take emitracU to furnlku (ir stom: for nriLDiNt; Or other purjHo of an? dtstlrad 1. ua:t(y and pattern. Sjterial Attention J'aid to All Hi mis vf Granite .Monuments. All wori warranted to j1t ra'lalactioa and PRICES LOW FOR CASH. tv.aaa.JCr l.'n.-uv atERRlU. HESNk.TT A HXIH.ll'N, N4NKOHH-M AM' tA!i , a'll's W Ml ltt 1 A; 1.1 ll'SwJ .t i.;.t m twit.