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OTTAWA PKEIi TKADEU : SATURDAY, MAY 2, 1874.
FARM ANDJGARDEN. TfcriTINlI TlIK VlTAI.l TV 01' Sr.f-:: OWN. Many nl" tliosi' who me nli!i.;il il.TU'tiU noon corn ririii'il I.m jcur will iiiiiltnilifi!!l y expel iciiec tlifHi-iilt; in its ginni ii.tim promptly, tor tin' ivum-h tli;it, n.vmj to the iieculiiir mumiii, tlir cii.) ripi ih-iI imperfectly. Thcsu rciiitii'k.s will iini, Imuac, s'l'p'y to those who, na In'.1'! Ii.Ii.ip inlvim (I 1.". the Wis! ern Iiurnl, have mivcii ihi ir sn'd in tin' Au tumn. We tin nut 1, oil, lie to t.'iy that, in those McrtioiiH of the cotmtvy wlirri.-, from any cau.se, the corn list not ripened as it ought to have done, there may he trouble in the ger. mlnation of the Meed In test the seed, therefore, e advise that those in doubt ahi.ll .'nun v.o ious earn uiore or less of the kernel. Mix them together and, counting therefrom tenor a dozen of the grains, plant them in a lavuruliln place for gormination. J".u how many of the seeds grow readily. From the pereenratru which grow, an estimate in.iy be made of lhe proper number to drop in aeh hill, in plantin;' tlie neici, to insure a Miami. Another pian ior tcNiinii seeii coin i to ex amine the ifcueral ttuoeuranee of the urain If it break from the cob, jncsuutinj' a black appearance at the (mini (,f sittachment, and H it leave the cover and fihmen' with the cob it Is rmibthlii but not certain that the aeeil is uol su:-e. It m.iv irerminate tlowly or It may not germinate at all, accord intr, to the condition tiruir which it Isplared. It is aaic to reject such mtiI. On one side of the Kernel, and that side Iv iny towards tlie lip ol the ear, will be found a groove or indentation; at the bottom of this and next the surface, nnu covered witn ;i peiliele or skin, will be found the D-erm of the furore olant. If the grain be bright, und if, on raisin,;,' this, the germ ou lounu to oe ot a bnaht straw color, inclining to white, plumr, clear and bright, and of a distinct shape, not wrinkled and alniveled, the indication is that the term is good; but, if otherwise, if it be dull, shrir- eled or imperfect, throw the ear aside. . Another test is to take toe ear and break it through the middle. If it break brittle and K - ,. V. t L .. . . iue too is ongni una nnu, ami i lie grains nrm me protiaiulity is that it is good. The two conditions between good and bad may be easily discovered by breaking the car that you know to be good and examine in com parison with one that you suspect to he 1111 aonnd. Thus a person with a little experience may easily select sound from unsound corn from the crib. Nevertheless, we now advise, as we have before done, that this plan of select intr seed be not depended upon another ycm. It is iar oeucr aim cheaper in the end to select the seed at the time of ripening; hung it m airy place to dry, mid thereafter keep it dry; and, if hung over a gentle smoke to as sist the process of drying, n, much the better. The smoke will not injure tin; com, but it will tend to render it unpaltable to the horde of insects thatalways lie in wait to prey upon it wlieu planted.. You can never break that chimney unless vo l throw a Ikilirnii at it, and it won't break even then if volt miss it. (Carriage jFartorjr. IF ."MIOIV ?A.mtI AOR l-'ACJTOUY. Kaliting hliurp Sujehi.full). There is no dillkulty iu raising sheep sue cessl'ully if the necessary care be taken. This can all the more be secured if but few are kept. Then there is a chance of properly seeing to them, and keepiug only good slock, tviucu is the most prolitaule. l lie larmer who has the loug-wooled, heavily-bodied sheep, has u great advantage in his lambs W ilh n smalt dock it needs but little care to save the lambs, and command early iu the season, not only the top price, but more, if the orcetf is a large, healthy one, and the lambs come early and are well taken care of. The woollalso will realize well. If there is laud to be cleared of shrubs and weeds, or is steep or broken up so that the plow cannot be used, sheep uro the thing to subdue it uud establish a growth ot grass JNo greater prolit can be realized from such Uud than by keeping sheep. Hut even where the land is tillable, and heavy crops cuu be raised, a few sheep can, in general, be kept with advautage, as there is always time enough to see to a few. sheep. See to them well, keep ouly what is good, providing ul ways taere is u near audgood market. This, on the principle of carrying all the parts in farming, so far as climate, locality, etc., will aumit. Even duriug the depressed period, when sheep were slaughtered in thu west for their pelts, and wool was a drug, there were farm- ers who "made it pay" to keep sheep they were ueavy, loagwooted, bore lame iuuiba proliticaiiy, which louud ready and good mar kef, while the wool combing wool from such sheep, kept, in the best manner, so as to secure in perfection the finest properties to me neecc, realized something, and could always be sold, however stagnant and re duced the market. Then, iustead of two or three pounds ot wool per head, live to seven weie averaged. Thoso men continued their sheep with little or uo loss some averring mey realized prout uunug .the discouraging period ; ami when the times chanced and flush price3 prevailed, (as is always the case iu any branch.) they got the beuetit they were lhe ouly oues there to reccivu it, the rest iaviug withdrawn, and they have been re ceiving never since, it is rut a question whether this or that branch will pay best. tue iniug is iu carry an me uraucnes, or as many as circumstances wilj permit to carry to advautage, uud continue to do so, whether prices are lavorable or not. 1'rices will reg ulate themselves through suiiply or demand. so that the uevraye w ill be remunerative, only io ever, where care ami (iiscreiiou are used, and the Lit t Is made ot each branch. 1 The success ii. larmuig consists in doinir well what. isdi,;:o; and this is eoufined;to compar atively but a few engaged in it. Let the farm er he one of these few uud he will be safe sure even with sheep as a continuous brunch. '.'-. (. .'. Herald. Th. l'urincrV 1.,-kt I'licn.l. IJaron Von Tsebmli, the eminent Swiss naturalist, states the following mcts about birds, which we coniinend to the attention of tanners: Without birds, fucre.'ui agriculture is im possible. They annihilate in a few months a greater number of invecu Hum inurum mplish in tie: .-;ime number Lauds could net' ol years. Among the niu.-d useful may be cl issril the swallow, wren, nbin r"d bn a -it, sp iit.t.y and finch. Ts'dnidi tested a li:moiise upun roso bushes of his neighbor, and rid ihe same in U few hours of innumerable lice. A robin redbreast killed in The neighborhood of HOI) Hies in an hour. A pair of night swallows destroyed in lifuvn minute 'an ininiense swarm of gnats. A pair of wrens Hew thir-ty-six times. -in liner, wiib insects in their bills to their ne.sts. Ik-consider th ' sparroiv verv important; a pair of them in a single dav carry uiw worms or cuterpillars to ;lieir nests i certainly u g.md coinpen.alion for a few cherriis which t!n;y plm k from tne trees. The generality of small birds carry to their you nir ones duriitu' the feeding jieia'od i-.ith. ing but insects, worms, snails, iiiders, etc. A farmer indignantly destroys a robin be cause he saw him eating a cherry, and thinks he has done mankind a service; bullet him take a moment to open the en p of the bird, and he will lind it full of worms. In some instances 200 worms and crubs h ive been found in the gizarj. ot a single bird. An oriole shot in a field of wheat had :j(tt wee. vils in its crop. A pair of orioles fl u ent birds) destroved 1,000 e Moulting Seed. Wlum one sows. wheat or corn, the weeds germinate so soon niter sowing that no pre vious preparation is required to accelerate the process, iiut in those which take a tew weeks' time much is gained by soaring tlielli. 1 7 i All seeds re. u iui to absorb a certain amount ol inoiature brfoic tin y cau grow; henco if oakid in coal water before sowinir this 'much is gained, and the -plants are ready to geimuiaii; ai once on being put : into Ihe ground. The harder the outside shell of the seel th; more useful is tho cold water soak ing process Very' hard seeds, like peach stones ami cherry stouts, are put in colli waier by nurserymen for a week betoro sow ing. Jinny tree seeds require; some time to souk, .aid ih us have to be put in the ground iu the fall of the year. Il not sown till the spring, after lue ground dries, it is on uncom mon thing for the seed to lie in the ground all tho siinnuer and thu next winter, and not grow In lore- the following sprinir. Apple oeeil and pear o d often lio this; hence thev are sow n in the tall, or L-I.-e soaked some tune in water sow i.ig. liven when sown in tall, il dry wntti put iu, it often results that they do jiiot grow. Generally this is when a frost im-j ! mediately follows the sowing, in which cum- i;ie :,e.,i,s stay uoen all spring, that is,) "frozen in;" and thus they are unable to get I that shaking moisture which they require.) Singularly enough it has been an idea with j some people that it i- the fro-t which helps! feeds; mid people, in gctiing this ela.-vs ofj sn(y in the spring, often icqiiii if they have! !)( frozen. It U the water, not the frost I No. 57 Columbus Street, All Styles of Carriages, Buggies, SPBING WAGONS,' &c, Constantly on Hand and Made to Order. They do their own wood ud Iron work, Uiua Iniurlng better and cheaper work tbn anr other csrrlure uliop la the city. ' - r KepalrtiiK imttljr tad promptly donf Prlca vry low. Painting and Finishing. P1' "rrt'nt la In charge of lir.JOttS ifcMXOVGH, whom "Kill naa ben xert lud upon tour of the Onrat work ever turned out of an Ottawa Factory. Uer.wn particular attention o rarnUhlnf . Wilt accept and All ordera tor umiuo wura ia uia line. OtUwa, January SI, um.-ljrr ItlilA-CJEW, IIUUOIAH, A.C. H. VV. JONES, (JTATK Ol'' I l.l.l .NOIN, LSALLKCo.-mi. d in Ik' ( ia hiI Oiur' tAer.iif, to June Tnni, a. l. ISIl. '-.flTliaitiC,J l.h'11. John M. .Ihnmin r. .Icmhua V irlun, Wllllnm lti'klnon, 0.'orf K. lliilihard. Alvln llurton, lr OixliUnl, ( Hie I) K. Mower, Aloni Omlilartl, HiikIi KjIxtii, I urtla Oiiiuon. Kdwanl K Chirk', William Blorinont, .laniM U. 8i:ot anil Hurr It. Mi-minu, pHrlimrii undfr th linn nauin anil tyl(. el fcnua- ririiiiiiK; don.) i oiwimi, iieniy cciarK awl ,lini N. l iiiwcll, pruu'rii uililiT the name Kinl .t lr ol ( olw.-ll, Clark ft t'o. 1 and .Innic llruce and Jimn Hnland, partners uuur nir ui iu iiqiiiu nnu "i y w 111 iiruce at iiiuauu It apiiearlni; from an affidavit on lite In tin oitlre of tho clerk ol ul court, that aald defendant, Wllllou Ijlckliiaim, l not a raaldrnt of hIU mute, and unlit pvtltlntier having Hied hla petition lor inechaiilr'a Ilea In aald a jurt, no the lawal 'e thereof, on thu Kill day of April a. b. li:s, herein, and aunimoni having been Uaued tlu'renn ncco-illn( to law; Notice, tlierelure. In he.-eoy irlven toa:id deteiulent, Wll limn IMcklnaon, that unlens yon pernoually be and appear N'lnreauld court, at auld term tharuol, to lw hWn at the Court llouae In Ottawa, in said county, on the tint Monday of .lu ni nrxl, a n. 171, (alien and where aald eumnmn la reluruahle.) and plead, anewer, demur or except to aald pe tition, the aaiue will l ukeu for confeaaed airalim vm. and the uiAltera and thuifta therein prayed for decreed nc- mriiiiinij. i n Aiu,te n. nuon, eieiu. lata WAi.HniwiE, Solloltora. apris CTATK OF I L.1 jt MOW, La SaluTo -an. C5 lu t Circuit Court tlurttif, lu hint Tim, a, b. l!l".4. In t'.lmvry. AnnloKiaellna Mnrrfa rA. Dennrlana M. Marrlmn Jh Hunter Mornaon, Oorgo W. Morrlaon, tllchanl Paxum Morrlaon t Ezra O. 1'irkvr. AdmlnlairmiAr at thu nut. J ainea K Morrlaon, deoeaaod ; thorite W. Jacobs, Marga ret Drown. Charlee C. Klnitand Utapbea Branch. It appearing; irom an al&davit on file in die office or the clerk of said court that all or aald dVfmulaniK. ecept Charlee O. Kltii and Stephen Branch, are noo-realdenta ol said state, ana aald cimnlalniint havina? riled her hui. eoiiiplaliit In said court, on the chancery side thereot, ou the I Ilh day of April A.n. 1ST I. herein, and summons hav 1di( been Waned thereon aucordini to law j Notice, therefore, u hereby lvn to said r!eftndnt. Oeorslnna M. Morrison. John Hunter Morrison. Weorgit W. Marrlaon. Illckard ritn Morrlaon: Kara U. l'arker. Ad ministrator o( the estate of Jainon it Morrlso i, doceaaea t tieorne W. Jacoha and Margaret Urown, that ueleaa ynu and each of you personally and appear before said court. ai sum lerni mereoi, to he n. l-1 at the Court llouae III Otta wa. In Said county, oa the irat Mondav of Juna nelL a. n inii. iwurti anu wi rre a.L u iu nnmni ia reinrna me. i aim neao. annwi r, urraur oreioept to aald Dill, tneaame will ic taken for Confeaaeil airalnt vnu. anil thn HiAlLHra anil tuini;s inervm prajiit tor oecreixl accordlaftiy. iiAribta it. iiooiv, i iera Cnaa. BLANrnAiii, Solicitor. . . aprlS OTTAWA ORMMBNTAL IRON WORKS, AND BRASS FOUNDRY, - At South end of La Salle Strwt, near the Illinois River Hridge, JOHN MAGER Prop'r. Builder of Iron Stairs, straight and spiral ; Wi ought and Cast Iron Fencs, roeh as Puolio Sauare Fences, Front Yara Fences, Cemetery Fences, Balcony Rati ngs, Verandahs, Window Gu.irds and Counter Railings, of the Best Patterns & Designs of Modern Architecture. Also all kinds of Q o i P o 0 Mj 9 0 Pa 9 o o re an CARRIAGE FACTORY Gooi. U0SE IN WANT OK C(trri(tfei, 7p aid Open Huggk, Slide Seat Buirelee. Two-seated ooen tinsirlea. Demorrraf tr.irnna StilklcH. .c can tlml them ut tlna Kuctory.all othmoirn nwkf,ail)ierfntniiitfi1alHn(l In the mm ,nmrnr,I utiiUn mm nitiiii, nut twjtnnstti irsu, au ior aaie ai low prices. A!o make ti nnlrr ii are umitt l. Heniilrlnirilnnn iiri.iiiiii,.jr j-auuniic, i rim iiiiuk, nyou ar.a trou norit. uitawa, Marcn is. liii. 0 TTAWA CAKKIAfiK FACJ'OKV, lily, tin; bfttcr si lI(.Il'OV('(l I.lll )r::li rio it 11 n i I lie coniiiu.ioiK is :ijiioi!itfd hv I'nncli I 1 ':-'!,::,"ifin. i nut ratin.r an injury governmi-nt li:iv-r poiti'.l with mi accuracy j'''':' :i 'K s''i(,,l!- .to chnriictfristif (T Frcncli Ic"-il:i!:oti i, i,., nioisturc v, lth'T.t the trost is much been (li'ci'li'd tlmt lv i,o airriicv -:tvc that of ""' !l'p'"r il,ul """''"in' both, little liinls can tin-rV.va.jrcs of iuspcts lr kct " Tl:r.-i(? hints aljout the value of water to down. A cei l tin insist wr.i, toiinii to lav -,W0 "l:l.v h'' (1,''rvice to liiitny of our read ers, hut a certain titmoii.v was loiinil" lo't-Hl'trs- -':i,:y bnvi? cmleavoreil to j;rt still tur 2l)0,()()( of the i in n year. A sparrow tic. !'ur bem lifted hy i-oaking scctls in nuano vours .-)() insects n d.iv, c:rt urn) tilt. A v':1,,'r' r watt r in which sonic tcrtilizinir suli house sparroWs i:e-t in'thi-rit v of l'nris vn-i i bus bet n (!is-olvi !t. It may he that found to cont:'.iii T'1'! t) i;rs ol tiie iiniu-r w in-', 'here is vdui- in this, though wc have never of ritnkrliMii'V tlioo.rli r p.mru.. I .... i i ' 'H H 'i 1 1 no. "I'll c ml Van tiorc. wherever miv place, food of other kinds was procurable in 11:18 UlT" s,;t'n. li:ls rotiably heen ovmii' to in S!)i:n respects, abundance. The blue-bird reminds one ol the. :-.i.Lrli:;u robin red bret.M, inouirii us an lii-ect destroyer it surpasses ihi; nlih bird. Its food consists of all kinds tif insects, especiallv the Urvif. of the cod ling motii, ami Citr.Kcr-wornis and cateniil- iii.it.w.... i.i ,. .1-.. ai. I on- iin.il- sommii- ; anil nil." flli'Cl WotlM lilt been just tne same if pure w ater had been I used.--I-urm-i' 11 eeklif J'trux GAY & PORTER. Having Removed to Cur New Factory, On thn pomer of Clinton fliul .T.'fffrn'in Slri'P?s. tioriiioriy inn oi.i -.wiipi,l ( iiillrh.) wo an- prcjiarpil lo Jill j our onlur for Anv Style of Carriage J iOf-t I It 11 I. V,'o kefi on Uaml and nuinufiictjie lo unlet Two A- Four I'liawentiPf IMhcIoiim X Knelt u wuti, 0irii At l'ni Hii-.le.i nil ItotiKx-rat Hiul S(irln; Unions, We also u-iiiimlacturu lie retelirotcd llerrh l'afnt. SFtithifSraf Carriarc WHICH Knit NKATNKSS A COSVKNIKNI'K Aa a onior to actpil rnrrlrtiri' Is unsnrpiiSHM hy any yi'l In-vi'titi-il. ('ir Farlllltf fur MaiiiUHiMiirlnu ( arrlat'en arn Ciinal Ifnot aiipcrlor to any fairtorv In the atali'.anil we will not Im iiniloraoM hy any lnrtiry putt or Wat, lor tliij aaino iiality of work. Wo mm ;n a. Tor rt whiik i. Fvt:rtr pahtii rrr.Aii. Wp Iuivp one nf the f!n"t tiirlorii's In tlie utriti-.tu'lni; liullt of brick, im ii-i t loni'. f, iw-t wlilp, ami two itnrli's liliih. CaII anil i' us, iiii'l Ink" a limk tliroi. ;ti mir aliop ami ex amine our Mtali'i :mit nrtrin, wlmllieryon wIhIi to liuv or not. Orders Jollrlti'il. KeiialiiiiK promjitly 'itli'iid-il to. t .1. O. (JAY MarPha.llTJ. It. K. I'UKTKIi. STATKOP tlililNOIN, I.a 8i.liCo -s. Ill Itu CliXflU Court Uuirmf.lo Juim iui.i a. It. 171. Ill miiirri '. Emuia .1 Knowlcs Aleiamlrr 11 Knowlvi ftlnyrr. Itaiiiiearlnitrmm an afllilavlt onnio In tlie oltlee of the clerk of aald court, mat said dolendant, Alexander U, knowlea.H not a realdent of aald atate, and aald complain ant having tile.1 her Mil of complaint In said court, on tha chancery aide theruof, on the irttli day of April a. u IC1. here in hereon aocurdmg In, aud suuiuiona ImvltiK taua laauad to law: Notloo.Oierefore. la liershy given to aald defendant. Ale, anderu. Know e. t)ii.tuulea you personally lie and appear before aaid court at anid term thermif to he Ii -id at tli ooun iiiuisu iiniiiHwa, in auld county, on drat Mon day ol June aet . o. l7, (when and where said annt moils la retiirr.alile.) and plad, anawcr, demur or except to suld I I II. tlieaame will betaken forronntxaed aualnat yon, and the mattera and lhiii);a therein prayed tor .li'cn'dt ac conllnely. CHAHLkS 11. HOOK, Clerk. Uuih.ixA IlfLL, Solicitors. aprlS OTATKOl' Il.tI I!M, La8u.Co.-s. O I - r.orrot Cmtrttliermt.UiJuiit! )Vm,D.H;i.- L'tlltitCGTIl, 1'eter Dontevy. .trhn Colwell, Henry F. Clnrlr and .Tnmei N. I 'olwell ( tjilheilne Montonn'iy, William J. Monliroiu- erj', Henry M. Montgomery, l lioni:! C. Monteomery, Mary ii. Miiniitniuery, i atnerine I'. Monloniery, ilaraaitt 1. Montiroiui'i'V mut Kuln-rt 1. M kin li.ntiiMrL- It Mppeartnc iViitn an Hllldavll on llle In the olllce of the clerk el said court. Hint auld defendants, William .1. M..nt Itoniery aud Henry M. Montgomery, are not n-slilenra ol anid stale, and aald complainants Inning llliil their bill of complaint In aald court, on tticclmncurv aldetheienr. n.t o,e 'th dav of .laniinrv a. ii. ik;i. hen.iu. uim mm i. ....... been liiiicd thereoii aecnnllnit lo law ; Notice, tlierelore. I hereby flvi'n to snlil defendants, Wil liam J. Montcatnery and llcnrv M. Montuonicry, that tin lea you sliall per.nially be anil appear iKiloreaald court, at aald term theieul, to I held at the Court llonae In Ottawa, In aald county, on tin; llmt Monday oi .lunc next a. Ii. IS74, (when and where aald aniiminnM la returnable,) and plead answer, douiiir or except to nild bill. Mm same will be taken lor on lewd anttnryoit, and tlie matters and tlilnca thureln .irayed lor di creed acc.inlinirli-. C1IAKLKS II. HOOK. Clerk. ISfSllNKLI. & llfl.l,, SollCllolM. , npr8 Such as Iroa Sh'itters. Door B.tnk Vdu!t3 of all Styles. Prison Doors, Iron and Silf er-Plated Sash Bars Roof Suspensions. Bridge Bolts, and Building Wrk generally. Worker of all kinds of Heavy Sheet Iron Work, such as Smoke Stacks. Bridgings, Dry Kilns, &o., &c. ,.55n?,0,;wr!or '0?',t,' r.r mfiuftef urlr the. r.1.v atated articles, with twsnty-tbre years' DractlcaJ ew- MY MACHINE DEPARTMENT All orders promptly attendad lo. u v.uks wane ana nnianea hm )tuj totf. gOOK& DRUG STORE OF E. Y. G-RIGGS mxa,v Qtr th ood bamahitaw. South Side of the Publio 8quae. O T A l-J 1 1 , 1 j 1 K I L A ha llii Co -as. O II t.e ' I ft lilt ('null thntnl'. tit .In., T...:. m i. luti ' t'hiiiirrrv. Wlllinm Collllli r.t. .Inmcs Cnlllna. Clln ( ollln. Ann II. r relt and John llarrett, h ir liusband, Mlrhacl Collins and I d ward Collins, helra-at liny of Ann t ollins, dwensed, and David C. ITnili rhlll, conservator of said Michael Collins. it tiiipearinir irum tui an h nvit mi tih in tr.p. ..iiw i ti.& clerk of mid Court that said defendant, Kdward Collins, upon due enquiry, cumiot Ihi found, and that said ill leinl ai't. David C. I'n.terliill,h:is gone out of (Ida state, whereliv iroccts cannot he sn-ved upon hliu, nnd said complainant lavlnit llled his hill of complaint In said onurt. on the Chan- eery H.de thereof, on the lu h rly of April a: u. 11,1, li'in-lsj and mm mis havlint lni'iilssui il thereon accordlnir to law : Not I'e. I lerelorc. Is hen'ltv iflveii In l.lie ..lil il.t..nrii.l.N Fdwnrd Collins and Dnvld C. rnilei-lull. flia. miles. v.m ,..,,! each of you, iKiraoually lm and appear befim- aalil c.'.urt. at said twin thereof, to he held at the Court llonsr In in. In wu, lus;inl county. on lhe lust Monday of .lime next, a.d. 17!. (when nnd where i-ald Miinmioim ia .etnmuiiii. Un.i pli'iul, answer, demur r except to aald bill, the snine w ill be liken lorconfesai'd aualnt volt, and the matters and lhliiih tlientu pr.il lor decieed aecordltutlv. I ii.iui.r.-. n. iiiii.k, I lTK, Jab. 0'IoNKitM.& i. 11. IIiuk, Soilcltou. aprls iw C'l A-rnor i i.t.i ."vi.i.Sitt.iico.-ns. In .in fii rn.L 1 1,11,1 li.airitl'. 19 tlun.' J'i i hi Fi. 1S21 In fuii'i-ri. Albion H. 1". .loy . .lonua .Vnrlon, Jr., Kllailielh Nor ton. .Iixhiii Noil in. ;!.l. Willi. on lackiiiM.n, " i'.llnni II. W. I n-lmii.ii. l-;i)a A. Norton. .los'-ph S I'olter, Uioivi: & .Nor ton i'jii-it I'cifiqianv. an-1 ilVrd Noi lnu. Il iii.peji tnii Irom an nlll-hii It on tile lu the onioi of the clerk of vi'd fuiii't Ihut s i;d dety-uilan'.s, K1I.1 A. Norton, .losi'i h . 1'otler anil William Ulekli son, are not ni.,deiila ol nil i. t stale, and suld coinpUinalil liavlni' I'.leil hla MM in complaint In sal d court, on iho cliatn-prf side Ihereof, on ine m.iii ioiv or .April a.m. li.l, herein, ami summon;, h iviiut been leaned theirou aceonlliu lolaw. I Not.r... l,.-:-elore, is hereby alveu to s ild ilerendanl, VMM A. Norton, .loi-eph H. Potti r und Wllllnm Dickinson, thai unless tint pvrsiiiiiilly be and appear liefom oild court, at sunt term thereof, lolie held at the Court House In Ottaw n, I In s ml eoniitv. on the llrsi Mondny ol .l-in" n- xr, a. ii. ItM, (when nnd where said summons is rcturiiihlc.' and plead, answer, demur or except to said bill. Hie name will be Hken for eoiili-i-ii-il r.- ilnst you, ai d Ihe maller ai d lliinsa lie re in prayed ti- i.tri-i'i-d uccorillnuly i iiti;i.i-.s ii, 11,-jok. Clerk. C. IlLtN't'iiK Hi . solicitor. uprls V 'V f. I ' I I.I .1 .XIIS, I. A Sai.i.icCii sm. I .7.1- I n: nil i ,i,:,t lo,,( it. til .in, i' Jt'iih A. I.. 1ST1. I 111 I 'll'HK 1 1 II. l.eort Unions.. Alumina i. I'latt. 1'irnn'lla II. Matt, Samuel K. Noi Ion, Isaac W. Ilunyon and .lames M. Howr lilll. It appcnrlijjj from hii nlf davli on tile In the offlinof the clerk ol said l oiirf tl-.ul said ih-lendaiits are not rcsidi-iim ol sapl stale, nn l l-iilrl coniplalnallt bavins llled his hilt ol com. pl.ilic hi said court, on Ihe chancery ridi thereof, on the i;;hd-.ivoi April.!.. !s:i, hen-in, a.d summons Imvlni; been issui-d thereon liccoil!tlu lo law J Notice, therefore, la hereby (ilven to said defeudnnta. Ana nlus II. I'intt, I'erinelia II. I'latt, Sai.iuel V.. Norton, Isaac W. Curijon ui.il .laineii M. S.iv.til 111, that unless you and each of you personally be and app" ii- heloresaid court, at sal I let m thereof, to he held at Mio Coin! House In Ottawa. In said county, ou the tlrst .Monday of .luiui next, a. a. IiO. ovlien and where said summons Is returnable,) and plead, iinswi r. ileinnr or except to said lull, the same will lie taken fur ciuifes.i iiL'-ilnst you, and the inatlein and thliiL' theiv iu pi aveil for ill creed ai-curdlnely. ( IIAIK.KS II. HOOK. Cleik. ns. in AK' HAm., Solicitor. aprH . "5?" u Ga- JrL X G- G- S Would thank Ida nnmorous Wends for their former tlheral patronage and Iny'.te the attention ofsvcrybo3y to hialaraesr.d COMPLETE STOCK OF DRUGS AND MEDICINES. Patent Medicines. Chemicals, Oils and Paints. Tlmstiea ol all londa. Varnishes. Dye Stuffs, Window Gtasa from 9x11 to i!U .i i'riM-.rlpilon Vials, l'eriuinery. ltc&c. M v- Traiiarii-litt ln Case Is extensive, uud fitted nn w-Vh choice and nnra artielea phuirum .n sra will Had acompeiciit nisii to wsil on thi ia al a'l hwurs. Hay anJ nlsht. - - . Uooil lriilloM, Wlnea, :., for mcdlcli.al tin", always on hand, as pure as can be had. Mr stock of Itiinka nnd Mtalloner.v Is the hirin'si this shleof Cblcaso. rnnalstlnir In narf ofSchnnl llonW. of.n th. u rles. Miscellaneous Hooka. Hloicraohles. Histories. Travels. Aai Icullural and Mechanical Hooka, Hooks lor Children and Youth. Wank Uooks, liusnd and I'lain While and lllue Lotlcr, Voolscap and Note 1'ujiBr, Cap, Orawiti aud Miuoc i'snsr, M tiHlo. Klfes. Klutaa. Accordeons, Violins, KlajfeutflM, Carlonet. Ptccol.is, Ilanjci, Harmontaius, Jesrsharna, 4c , Jic. bheet Music, Noto and Sons llooks. JHotloiisa. Notions of all kinds, too tedious to mention. Call and ?et almost anytntna; yon want. Wlioleaiilo nl Hctnll. I will supply Country Merchants ard Phx-stclans wl'h mstl hills, at whotetaja prices, and aachaup as tliey cau tfet them lu Chlciiuo. 1 can do so because I inn ruiuiHug them inoiilhly from the halt, erocltlcs, from ttrst hand. nivU).'M) K. T. UttlGG? -aCw' ' !!lsTaU jafan aaaaaa' MAIN STREET, (SO'lTH RIDE. aafca afei M3C?' rSu 3lJI M'cst of La Sfille trccL OTTAWA ILLINOIS. I im rV Bin. Ui-.-p i ct'St !illv -ii land, .-. I.ir).e and aullasleclcilstock ot D RUGS JSTIO CHEMICALS. AI! tit lie uu "opctfit PATENT MTESXUINES EXTRACTS I, rCullnnry ItiriiHfK-s., nital Oils, Viii ii1s.Iic I tiiicy . titles !! AND SPICEP lite I oil . I- itnt s 55 I Emm CooKi:i) IIvuiKMCAi.i.Y.-IIard lioilcii !ctrili:ivc iilwuts been consiili-rcil more ililli larsof every dcscriiition arc destroved. The ( "' (lli't'-s!!"n tlnin soli boiled ones. Tin 1. 1 1 - . - . . . . I piouri ti i j fltiu I- mrd arrnc in tiinc to destrov tho female iTioth as it nscends the tree cnrly in the "prinjr to tlejiosit it.-: ('iris. A French nobleman, observing his servant about to Octroy a tine thrifty jicar trvc, in quired the caiie, mill was tol"i that it was a choice sci'dllnr, and had onrno no fruit for twenty-five years. He had already cut its roots preparatory to the tint stroke, but wn.s ordered to let it remain. He did so, and in the following year it w is loaded wiih superb fruit of an entirely unknown variety, which at once became celebrated. The root prun ing the rrardencr had given it worked liken charm. Not many years afterward the Duchcfs d'Angouleme was passing through the city of Lyons, and iu Inhabitants sent to her their hospitalities. Nine fair maidens presented the Ducho.ag with golden salver, on which lay heaped this precious fruit, and begged her to boctow on it her name; and the pear now recognized as the crowning glory ol all fruit was henceforward known as the Duchess U' ADgoulemc Oranoks Fii.i.kd with Jeixv. This i j a fanciful dish which makes a pretty appear ance on a yupper table. Tafce some verv fine oranges and with the point of a small "knife cut from the top of each a round hole about the size tif a silver quarter; then, with the small end of a tea or egg spoon, empty them entirely, taking great care not to break the rinds ;"throw these into cold water nnd make jelly of the juice, which must be well pressed from the pulp ami trained as clear as possi ble. Color one-half a fine rose color with prepared cochineal and leave the other very pale ; when it is nearly ready, drain and wipe the orange rinds and till them with alternate stripes of thet.-o jellies; when perfectly cold cut them in quarters aud' dispose of them tastefully in a dish with a few light branches1 of myrtle In tween them, fairs f.Ht r any J tither variety of jelly or L! inc-inani s may be Used at choice to till the rinds, l ie- col.' r.- should contrast much as possible. reason is this: the white of an egg is almost pure albumen. Now albumen coairulatis with Ileal, and is not so readily nete,f on by the gastric juice; so that mueli ot itpus-.es from the stomach undigested. Persons with vigorous digestion may manage a hard boi.ed ctrg so as to extract most of the noiir isliinent from if, if it be w?!l masticated and mixed with ether food. The yok of the eggs, however, is not rendered worse bv haiii-ltoiling. Eggs boiled just four minutes have the white part in a partly flocculcnt con dition, more easily digested, and not so soft as to be otlensive to any one. An egg may be cooked in water at n temperature of about 16")5 Fahrenheit for fifteen minutes and leave the yolk well cooked, but the white will not be rendered tough and hard to digest. Though more troublesome, it is a good way to cook an egg to render it easy of digestion us well as paiatable l'crsons hoe palates will not tolerate a soft-boiled egg should have them poached and dropped on toast. Hall'fjonr ixt! llniHh. Tiik I'aiitkidc.k tiik Aokuti.tcrist's Frikm. At a meeting of horticulturists in Illinois, strong ground was taken aguinst the destruction of these birds. To show how useful this bird is, il was stated that a tlock of partridges were seen running along the rows of com, just sproutini, and seeing them engaged in something which was believed to be pulling up the young plants, one of them was killed and its" "crop'' examined, which was found to coutuin one cutworm, twenty one striped bugs, and over one hundred chinch bugs. Another uicniltt-r related that he had adopted measures to protect the bird, and that Ihey were so numerous and so tame that hundreds ef them, after snow 'fall, could be seen in his birnvard with his fowls when they were !ed As a result of their presence upon his premises, his wheat crops were umiMi.V.iy abundant, while in other p! icr-s ma far oil Hip chinch bug ai.d t.:h r iri.vct.- had dc.-tr"r.l half the cr..i 37 Premiums tlnco 1827. Oldest House ia thrj Black Load Trade, Pt imhairo specially prepared f .r i.:: uiea Threo Moda's at Vienna. raxoi American Grnphilo Pencils f lu (trades of those fine Penclln now ready! Smooth, ainok, Strong nnd Pleasant. Fir a-epVt Sjr u. , w ilhoct C strp. DIXON CO. ria. in. 'l yi ir r !-;r--u Jar-iC7 City. l I l l.'ll- II.I.IXtlH.liSi u Co wi. i.iK (. In .h i., in in, A. It. IS. 4. .1 Turk-'. M.iry K. T.irki-t, I arli'ii i. William l. t rutt- i : i' m int I. Ill I 1,'t' C'l n. I iitl.iirli:!' Mnrkln n. Isiim. Tl.iiinrtH il lliit'er, (ioiir W' lnnl iii.il Cyrus A. I.el.inil. It iier nj irom n KlUiUvIt nn file In Mi nirlrenf the cli-rK tit i-tl'l i'ihii t Hint )i''i 'li-li-n'I mla. I'.-luliiiui II. Illltier, (f'Oi-i- tv. Kxrhart mill Willi-iiu M. nt'Tlnril. sre not rral-il'-uta uf a.ilil i'iti-. anil iiii'l i'iitiiiliilusiit Iim vim; illnil her I. III nt rmiipl-il'it mi a:i cim'-i. hii the r'iuui'iy aide then' ul. tl.i; lih 'l.i it li.i iMitit-r a j. H;.., lii ii-lit, mill siitii mnna IihvIi'u' 11 l.'it-1 tli'"-i- in :iri-iirdtniT in 'sw : Nolii'i-. ilit-ti-li.iH. N lii'ii'liv kivi-n tuannl ilt-tt-niUnta, TTloa. II. Ilntli r i.'iii;i. W. Kurh. ul nml William M. ( rswrurit. ttiHt in.irH. i nil nml t;icii f'l' yon BiTannnil, h snd iiwr la'tnri' i-iol "rniirP. nt aillil U'rni thi-ri'iif. ti helil st the Conn II Hi-c .1 1 ii in . in ani.l ii.iiity. en the drat Xlcmrtsv nf .Inai- pi-r. a. i. 1-.. 1. 1 win n si.il 'ln-ri. audi aiiiiiiiinii n reitionil.i-1 ari'l iileuil. answer, ilrmur orexiept to aH;'l hl.'l. th' -ilMir ull l-tilkHli for riifiles.nl SL'all.l't Vnl, illlil the inifirs ami iI.Iiiks trnT-ln jiraMl inr lerrr"i aernr'l Inirlv. ( II.Mil.KS II. IIOOK, I Irrk. llMiM!l i.V III Sollrltors. sprlS J3J, f37, 233. 211 a-d 213 Rs:lro-1 Atenite. 848, 213, iiiii, 252. 2il & tij Waya: St. FOR SALE AT CSKH&HAPEHAH. Wost of Court Houso, OTTAM" A. - - I ITS SilUlf K.S. IOIl fA I iK,-ThesntsertierolTi rarorsia.on s.ir.shle terms, the ti.llo wins; lands and tun lots.si iaiQ Lsnauecuunif ,io win LANDS. I O Aer-ww SW v of EW NK; 8ee. J.T. 32. R. s w Acres i n. nicauiso n r.t nec.li, T. INfl Ai re W 8WU her. T :l II A HUt Acres-SWHSef.r.l.Sl. K.3. town lots LotaS,, mock.. State's Addition to Ottawa. I DW Lot 11. lli'irli I. State's li-tliion to Ottawa. Lots t., S.. S. .. W.ln IHock ;'7. State's ArH. to Ottsaa Lots ., 10. 11, 12. II. 21. !i. Itlork stte's Atllthm Lot , Block so. Slate's A'Mitlun to otlaa a Lot l.V Itlork :. Ottawa Cent re. Tlie abore will l sold for part caahlown. ar.ij thereahl'M ontlme losult purri.r Vur lurtli-r i ri:cu;rs ar ply to Alhart f. Ix.w.Cwal MtBce, Ottawa tlllr.'.ls. Ottawa Mar tsis.-tf K. fc. OKODELL. - Al , 1 1." .!' Il.lI.XIIM, I., S,i.t.t( -n.-m 'i,. i, a :,'ni ii,-1 - r, i,j tiu . , , , , A, , J II II T H H IS , Booksellers and Stationers, Aa xchaue rcccmmrutln that wlni, jmi huv .1 new lump t l.iaiiii y yoii put it i:i a ve- "1 -hall 'it-cotnpi-li t! to r ?..it to e:r ::i measure, in jmir cm-; remarked a ti ... h r, the iirUr.laj. ut a K inkaki-e le.v. -Which N'o IN LnNulle Street. theCou-t W-.tie f IHI'- i,ji.(W. II Ii MODESTY iMllolim. Sanr.li I V.. urtini. Aim 11 ' V'uriiui Ami li.a H I'IkM mill las ir tt . Ilunyon. r. aiH'iln Iriitn an sill litit on file In tne litre m the r'f-rk ul i-ii'l 'iiin tnat aail ii.-frndsni arn not ri'ihli nta r.l , il -t ,te. ami .aid cnmpiainanl havinit flH-d hla Mil ul i nm pi mil in a't court, on tlie rhaneery a!d- theri-uf. on the I Tin i.i) ot Apr. I a. r. l-.t. Imi'lii, auil summons hnUur bi-en In . ir I iki i" ii Ai-rt.riilni: to law : Snlil-'. !'i. r lote, l I erehy u'.T. n to aalil i. Ieinl;ni.. ani t I K Virion. Mm II. ( Norton, .innln" i I'l-et i.i W. Kiinvon. that uulena you nil eirh ol vou ia-r.r)ullv anil S I' ir liefure aalil i-oiirt. at aM trm 111 -n of. to lie held at tin I onrt llitie in on laa. in said roun'v. n tSe first Moi.il iy ul June rext. a I. i;t. Ohrn an I a in ieaa it auil. mona I returnable.) aud pleail. aiisw-r.denjtir nreirep' to 1.1:1. the same III t taken ur ronl.-a- i nt on, a:id lhe matters and things therein i.hitnI tor ih-nnl a.: c.nili ly. II AI;I.f M. Hook, Clerk. I u. llLAXCBaln, Solicitor apris IMIINTIIA IIOIfH.NA I.K.-STATK .V oK ILLINOIS. It au. ot srr-aa. Hy virtue .r a d.n rrial order of t ti-1 onnty Court of said r uiity. entntl at me March term of aa d roiir:, . i. is;4, n the applleailon or .laeoh Harr. Admlniairsior of the ea'n'.. i John .Ml.-n. it.-reaiM.il, to ae'l the following ite- rlU-l n-al e.i'e, t-lon7ini In .a'd tate. Itna'e lu The I'.nin'.v ol I.ahalle ami tUle ol num. la. to wit : The east hi if r I e ot.tti.-a-1 ijiiarter ol ectli n Nine, hi Townalup Il N'-rth, It-wire .' Kat of the ki principal Meridian. I shall, on M,j. . i.,y. tne fonroi dm of Mar a l-ti, at the haur of twoo'rl.H-k P st.. all ttiramd real Miaie. a thea'ioTe dr. . Tl d prei; le. lo th-Town ol W illham. to the hlshi-at ,i.d le-. I. il-ii-r. at p'iKIc aortion T-fna .l a.il. Ha lollowa; I. ..-ilrd of The p.irclia-e it -.mev to he p-il-l ra-h In hand. o'.-'hli-l In ais niontna, st '. ii re-n tiinler m .n.e ear ir on the day of .aid al I .... d-ti r-d ;.a jii.-l'i. lo ! i cir-il I.e inortcw .n the prem.ai a ...I.I. J AI oil 11 K. AdSIn .iraloi. B t Lk 4r 111. H'.i.mi:.-. Sollc'.toiv apr4 O'l'MM-:. Faraiainr.ioH w Ml: -I'lllilli n-e j .-;. 'i-r I v i::.'-:. Ili; Ihi re ! nm rrn.tn.iii In " ! 0..111. 'hi- e. I le. .1 .loon Wlnd"-r. ho . ill II. i- .'.nt y ol I. !; and at..l- nt lio ."ill dav . V'.r-! 1.. which amount a-, if- 1 . y i it-1 l. it. i. ha, itire all.-r pat'i.-iit l -..ii.r..- ....ln. .d .l,.te a'.u Ii rai:;. ! . .,t il... i:i,. -r.j --,-.1 aiti.l i t , iera aliei j -.eio'i ,f . , .1 r-iH.- wa. t nmu.iti.-i1 to me h .- : ; . . i., c ,L-4 r.- .tl t ...tt- . I' -r a I'l the Piii't.irulur Attention triven ti the Coinpiiiii(lir.ir of Vliy.-ir irn Prenfriptii.tie. JOHN MANLEY, Shelf, Carriage and Heavy Wagon and Carriage "WOOXD WORK No. 118 Main St.. and 13 Mill Sreet, ,2o.h.2,l OTTAWA. ILLINOIS. RIVERSIDE ! INSURANCE AGENCY MM' tx Fill -WXiXXOJU. OTTAWA, ILLINOIS. SUmmER MEETING 157 iTlfK wE.xc-iii--uTEit. or xew vork. July 1st, 2iK :M & -4i. Fin st i) iv. iim ii i IlllllliVU Aaaetw. TIIK MILLVILLE. Assets HTOO.OOO. Or' NEW JEIU?EY, M Class. irtt:iaa. 4 year old. 1 minute. Puraa.fvn. !! ! o M ? '? M. , T I V VlTKtvtl ,:V oiur tnrrnttf. Il'iln lll,ffliuKi ann awwoii. a a . .1 1., o. i luuai.r.LI lll.V, :I M Class. iMi laa. -. tear aid Vacera. Kniefoall Capital ATLANTIC & C.'sspltnl . 8-'tM),IKIU, rACIFIC OP CHICAGO, S'-Jao.ooo. N PiV I.Ml.-l. f .- le-l a: i.t - I... . "II th" I'nrae a-.n Parse, JliV). J" to 1st. $!'" U Jd and :ai lo !. Tarae, '. D to 1st, :oo to id ant I'l to -.1 SE(0M DAY. Purse.!'" I "'loin, I U M anal ! to 5-1. Parse! i''. -"' ' 1st. t '4 to Ui anil '" to l J'tirse Si . . Si w iv, e-' iu an anil . io -mi. : o to -d ."ddMVi .r 1 fn "v" "r nn in L 8" Purari. mj isi. wm ,n anus. ai. : t ir ai tetni of evara. in aims ti autt. nr -in k. 11111(1' iMi-iti .".-.-.u.--,..-,- .j. riaar ri: I r.aahmile , r.r ;'jw .' to I. fun t Jd. j I) I KFEK CHASE, Mlleao-'repes'. Jyrwld. Pnraefi-i to 1st, :V)Vi 1. Titian r- I)sh of 1 nil.e. Freefor all. I'ura.-.:.i. f fl to lst.4'a)t ;.!.' F01KTH DAV- IU NXIXII. W. K" g'lvt" Fi"T B' C'hffon Until taie, h.r 1 vtar oMa. Ph iSaceesorta BarDy Itroa., or one-nan aii.r. rnuim , t . i . .ur. iinwarii auua -silver rup valned at arven f vt dollars. 1U a Konr .r .da. Van mites .nd repeat ' Purse. I" M !'. a.ld I'.nno .' I. 1 'Jr.Yn M '. , ', "' r"X lt- ' ,r n at.. rs he round at th. Kvat H.r... .Wire, and 111 ' 11' ."' . . . I iikiJ t,i nslm la In. I.M am, .n,tf i.m. dnuk k riUKis k ut -rn to an. n-ee m anil pprtt. . - . I "Are orer the Ktrhance Rank. BILL POSTER, ail I I'mae.l'."". K'"to lat.l a) to .'d, and !);.. -t. ' t. ' I . sil rf f i i 'itt r, t it i n !li -"vi -anil !. Will ft p. emit r.e to a,. I !- I lers. in :!. ai.Tl.l '..:! rti I ex,n ui it v t.-i" 'l tl.e vt.i.?li. w ;'!i a u.J. n i ur 1 -" ln it a. l .1 ,. ,1, ,. , " . t'f.Mf ('.'nn I-,' n;i it '; I. i - 1 ' loat.il op.:. r-..W '. .-t..t x .. ; . , t - lis-'-' I. t- .,!. tl r t' at . 1 .r. . t i:e i.-. II C .IW A Klf C. 1' '. A ! 1 1. All entrair- rl.e t 4 .'eM-lt p w .1 ;r.e vi n.tit he ml. 1.. . .1. N KM I- . ttt.tw a. I!!.. Coii.irinsa. - A:! irnftni: a. id pa.-l.is- r i. -a i:nV heiia. In V In hai ne. rwrepi 1 and t yar 111 -n.lle heais. im i, ! in harn.'a. 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