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OTTAWA FKi:i:TIUI)i:K: SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 19, 174.
FARM AND GARDEN. lloxes for (iatlii'i'iiiK A ppli- Mil l rutatora. T'.vo years ilgt) 1 ih.-scribc'ij a new .style jf box for"this purpose, and will again describe it, us those who have tented iis value have found it among tiie labor .-oving implements of the farm hihI the orol.aul. This picking and market box holds a bushel, heaping measure, ar.d is tlu: most convenient form for the handlim: (if apples utid vegetables, for storing in the cellar or for taking to market. Tho mils are made of coinmon slockboards, twelve inches wide, planed on both sides, and sawed to Hit exact width of twelve iuche.s, and thea cut into leiiirtlu of fourteen inches In these holts art cut for the hands. This is done by the use of an inch bit, boring three holes, u:ul trimming them out with 11 jack knife or coinmon chisel. The next thing is the lath for the bottom and ends. These are cut seventeen und one half inches Ion,?. Six pieces are used for the bottom, spacing them do that the openings between them will be of a uniform size, and with average-width lath, about three-fourths of an inch each. Five pieces of lath are put on each side, when the box is complete. As one lath will make ten lengths for sides and bottom, It will require fisrht lath to the box. or 800 lath for 100 boxes; while for the heads we shall need 2o" feet of lumber. For the nailing on of the lath, we use a common shingle or -Id nail. The boxes may be made without planing, but they will be iuuch better for it. The lath are put on rough, without further preparation. The in sidtof a common wagon-box is thirty-six inches wide, and ns these boxes are seven teen and one-half inches long, two of them will '0 into the box ; and th'i bottom tier will hold, fn ordinary boxes, sixteen to eighteen ; and, as we can place one above the other, and as they hold a bushel when level full, we put thirty-two to thirty six of these bushel boxes in a coinmon wagon-box, which is as much a3 we usually haul atone lime in bulk. In the picking of apples in baskets we usually pour them into the wagon-box in bulk, and when we come to handle them again we either pick them up by hand or use the shovel in either case bruising them more or less. With the box, after filling it, it is lifted into the wagon, and again lifted out, without further labor, mid the fruit is not injured by handling. 'Holding only a bushel, a man, or two small boys or girls, can move them from point to point until filled, when they i-rc left lor the teamster to gather up. In potato-digging they save no small amount of labor, as they are tilled and the earth that rattles off the potatoes is passed through the laths, and thus ';reeut;d from going into the cellar. Then !:iese boxes cost so little that we may afford to cord them up in the cellar instead of putting into bins, and they art1 then ready for market, providing that, at the time of putting up, they have been properly assorted. The wagon is backed up to the cellar-door and the boxes of potatoes placed iii, and, oh reaching the mar ket, no shoveling is required; for they are ready measured, and, if they need weighing, it may be done as in case of being in bulk. The dealer can cord them up in his store in less space than to put them n bulk or in bar rels, and they are already measured in bushels for their customers. If will be seen that the dealer can afford to r.y more lor apples or potatt es brought him in these boxes than those in bulk ; at least e;iougU to counteract the farmer in leaving t'ltui "with him to be returned at the ncxtlo.;d. The same management may be applied to the loading of cars with potatoes or apples. In fact, it was this that first put it into shape. Mr. lk-jbinsoii, a large orchardist in Tazewell county, planned A two-bushel crate for the purpose ot storing his apples until ready to ship, and made several hundred of them for this purriose. The box now presented is a modification of Mr. Robinson's box, as made by the writer, and, after two years' trial, they are confident ly presented for general use as a labor-and-money-savim; institution. I would HdJ it rery difficult to dc without them, and intend to increase their number sufficiently to store a large share of my apple and potato crop, instead of putting'them in bins. "J'urn!," in Chicago 2'ritmur. Ml-ttok Fattknkd onI Mcmmiks. A cor respondent of the London Time, writing from Alexandria, remarks: "Fancy mutton fattened on ancient Egyptians! The other day, at Sakhara, I saw" nine camels pacing down from the mummy-pits to the bank ol the river, laden wi'h nets, in which were femora, tibia, and otiier bony bits of the human torin, some two hundred weight in each net on each side of the camel. Among the pits there were people busily engaged in .searching out, sifting, and sorting the bones which almost crust the ground. On inquny, I learned that the cargoes with which the camels were laden would be sent down to Alexandria, and thence be shipped to Knglish manure manufacturers. They make excel, lent manure, l am told, particularly for Swedes, anil other turnips. The trade is brisk, and has been going on lor year-, and may so on for manv more. It is a strange fate. to ore serve one', skeleton fur thousands of years in order that there may b Southdow ns and cheviots in a di-tant But Egypt is always a place ol wonder (illc?! :ill ! j I'.ir :i ii,i I IIousK." in Stoiims. Avoiil, a ihlo oviiniinir Imrsfs In slnrms. WLfli un a .journey aim to feed t the regular hour-. Jfj n rttK 1 1 .1- . u ? lie ill inn I L n K ill s.i ,1 1 1 f I ..nrn.mTi.l in..! tint a ou:.rt ill :i nail of water. '. and stir it up while the horse isdrinkiiii'. It will frrently refresh mid strengthen hiiu. Manv horses sutler from dyspepsia; tmd one greHt cause of it is irregularity iu tVeding. and givin? too mucli grain when the imr-e U fativii''d. When a hor.e has been epo-ed to a storm itinl eon.i ir-'Uie ' cxhau-ied condition she him a warm bran-ma-h. Iut in two or t'hren quarts of boiling water and stir it up; then add water eullicieut t cool it to the Iciiiperattitv of new milk, and cive it to the horse. IJlankit the hor-e. Colic -will be avuided by this means. Ue think many farmers err in not feedini: their horses more "rain. It unnid be belter tn work harder, -it ! u-t more ciiish-tenlly. iiiid b ed higher. f one thing we are very sure not me farmer iu ten rtioras his horses sullieient ly. After a hartl day.-, work he should nut be leftiia'i! lie has l.ecH rubbed clu;.ii, dry bul lied ami all his wants attended to. 1)1.-1 Hi I TK'N OK Xli.llT 11. UNO 1-11 Million.-of inict-innirioti- to tne- may bo de-troyed by keeping up number- uf small lir'-s from twili-ht tn midni'jh! and fcurroun-lii'g t!it m w ith circle-of ','ti in ::u tarred st.ikes. ii"i more than ix iiu In - apart. A ltht'i.-'h few insect- whl l.e found burin d to death. -inee tin--non -eem to aenuin- a dread of tin tire. it. any ... tui'.-hr in die tar while moving about in lie- wartm ! -T ' turn t'f -iii "r in and from the tire. Svi r ! v I'''' ni'v !' in At i t'l . i,'. mccti.'iir of '-be Fi.ltou Farnur-- t ;!i!.. Ihe i;ta -ti' il w - rt-'-' d. '-Mow nuieh i';t should be put l: a p.'tu.d of butt. rV One uuswereil hail oi:'.n . : :iiii".u r gav- 'Ii recie of Sh i! 'he-te:- I oi:n: tn thn ;-oiirv ... the ll'ited !ai: ii, in ijc'ttl w t.N !i i i i 1 of bl.'tiT. niiii t - d! If ;:)-. . i i ur riit-. tfhurt ii' in tile 'b and r Itiv v 1 tin '..- : loal' in coii oi;ein i ! -:ir- in i ;!, try. ; "w In-'-u . t ie i ri d '.y i win a! -(if-' -Jii m ma h i : t.":: it ti; i .it ero; Iteii:- l!,i . , t t:, ;:i b Tie -i r the - from ( .r.-.M i- '-i.t i!i i. -in i plus in tb-it Mate lrtJrli-N -;.l.'-h I.'eaMdiT Why Th" editor ot Arthur x llmuf Miiunzme ivi', i!i.' follow ing o;ii"iio::s and answers V: v is Iruit most uir.viioicsmm when eaten bn an empty stomach r lii'caiwe it contains a large amount of Jixed air, which requires great power to disengage and expel it behue it begins to ilige.-l. H'bv is boiled or roat fruit more whole- soint than raw V IJce.uue in the process of boiling or roast ing, fruif parts with its fixed air, and is thus rendered ea-.v of digestion. Wliv are cherries recommended in cases of sciirvey, putrid fiver, and similar diseases? On account of their cooling and antiseptic properties, and because they correct the con dition of the blood and other fluids of the bodv when there is any tendency to to putrescence; at the same time, like all I fresh fruits, they possess a mild aperient j property, very beneficial to persons of a bil-, lous habit. What effect have vegetable acids upon the I blood ? They cool and dilute the blood, and gener ally relresh the system. -u iruus contain acids aud salts which exercise a coo'ing and invigorating influence. Apricots, peaches, apples, pears, gooseberries, and currants con tain malic acid. Lemons, rasnberries, grapes, and pine-apples contain citric acid. The skins of grapes, plums, sloes, etc., contain tannic acid, which has a bitter taste. Why should salt be applied to vegetables intended for pickling, previously to putting them in vinegar r Because all vegetables abound in watery juices, which, if mixed with the vinegar, would dilute it so much as to destroy its pre servative property. Salt absorbs a portion of this water, and indirectly contributes to the strength of the vinegar. Why Is wheat made from wheat flour more strengthening than that made from barley or oats? Because, as glutea, albumen and caseine, the only substances iu the bread capable of forming blood, and conserpuently of sustain ing the strength and vigor of the body, they have been appropriately called the food of nutrition, as a distinction trom those wtiicii merely support respiration. Wheat contains H'i" parts of starch, 315 of gluten, albumen, and caseiiu.', and sixty of sugar gum: while barley contains 1,200 "of starch, 120 of gluten, albumen and caseine, and 100 of sugar and glim ; hence wheat is much richer than bar ley in the food of nutrition, I'vimi X.vij.s. K'.'Cfy Farmer who has occasion to drive a nail into seasoned oak posts, knows its liability to bend aud break. If the point be moistened in the mouth it will usually drive more kindly. Oil is better, but then it is inconvenient to'dipeach nail separ ately into it. Another point is, that boards become loose eventually from the rusting of nails, which, communicating in the wood, causes not only enlargement of the nail hole, but we - ig away of the nail itself, render ing the fence or building shaky or insecure. This may be prevented by heating any rough grease until it smokes, and then pouring it over the nails to be used. The grease will penetrate tne pores of the iron, and cause the nails to last without rusting for an indefinite period. Itesides this no difficulty will then be experienced in driving them into the hard est wood. The reason is .hat the coating of crease prevents contact by air, and conse quently oxidation. Oxygen is the destroyer of iron, and moisture is the inducing cause. Anything which is kept from air is preserved indefinitely, ami if it is kept dry the effect is measurably the same. Taint upon buildings prevents the contact of air and moisture. If the whole fence cannot bo painted, the heads at least of the nails therein should be touched. I'niifie Fiirmtr: Mr. Hecchcr eats with his knife. 'The fork," he says "compels the manipulator to poke and push and pile up the food material, which ten (is to fall back and apart; It is made to pursue the daintv tidbits, in which often; the very core of flavor resides, around the, plate in a hopeless chae, and at length a biti of bread is called in as an auxiliary, and: thus, while the slim leg jed fork, in one hum!. ' is chasing a shin liquid mouthful, a wad of j breatl in the other goes mopping and sopping around to form a corner, and between the two is at length accomplished what is called gen teel feeding." i Nitrous oxitle causes people to laugh w ho inhale it, because it introduces into the body j more oxygen than can be consumed. It therefore deranges the nervous system, being a nowcrful stimulant, cives an unnatural ac-' tivity to the nervous centers and brain. This derangement usually exhibits itself iu a pleas urable excitement to thoec who inhale it causiug them to be merry, almost to insanity. It has therefore been called laughing gas. 77i' lr"'it. A (it rmaii forest keeper, sixty-two years of . age, nut wishing to curry to the grave with; him an important ecret. has published in the i Leipzig Journal a recipe he has used lor! fifty years, and which he says has saved fifty I men and a ureal number of animals from ai 'I :i I . I ..... i . i i 1 I. TI... l.tl4 ii'rritit titjitit'i uy iiyuiiijiiiuiiKi. i in- uio nnist be batlieil as soon as possible w itli warm : I I ...l.n.. tl.tj l..l .leti.ll U ! . I V lltl-;ir it II 1 1 V itll 1 , illlU V IIW11 I II 1 3 111 .w ' I'i'vf ilrojis of muriatic acid poiircil upon the "oiitnl will destroy the poison of the saliva,; ntl rtliet ll.e ptlUl'lll irotu an jiiisi ni ti i futurv thinner. 1 To ( I.KVl! A UooM OK MosflTOKf. Ttike f irum eaniphor a piece about one-third the size of an egg aud evaporate it by placing it in a tin v(-e'l and holding it over a lamp or candle, taking rare that it does not ignite. The smoke w ill soon till the room and expel the iiiiiuit'ics. This is sure to keep the iiiltiiti-; ii.M-cts fillet. j Tii wheat I twelve ! uearlv Miniu-iita papers crop fur that Statt tv the averau'e1 lor 174 is not 1 l)UheN out hail lu tin- acn a talimg oil oi i from la-t year. ! I Wati r di inkin- between meals should be according to thir-t. It i a mistake to load a weak stomach with water on the theory that it is a ton;,-. A- h habit it i- well to take a tumbler or part of one. of pure soft water, after dreini; in the mnrniiiL'. M.i. iy v :t.s- in.i.i.s. r.periui''ius recciitlv made in Kii'dand indicate that wa-iin- are nio-t ea-ilv drawn, on all .ind t.f iuad-. when tin- Ion.- and bind wheels tire till i t the s.tme -ie. and when tin- pole lie lower titan the axle. To p: i - r; e I hi- natural cobit- iu dried :l"Acr-, lay them when tn-h in alcohol fur a 'e'.v niin;:N . - they will fade at tir-t but re covi r tht ii' color. Tiie Tev.t- c.tM.e ItV'T 1- raging 111 soinei o-iM-ol as? i nt. fiti. in., .in several 1'arin - ' , in" .1 . .i "i-i ;.. i hi'.vt-b-t nc irly a.l ot their cattle. 1 hi" in-1 iM.-ot as? countv. 1 il., ami several panic-' tr.idi'.t lion of the di-ca-e. says tlio I hantller vile' .')'. i- a-eri'iid to sonic Texas cattle biuUbt to tl.'j oimty by Mr. .M irket, and ! i.-i; u ;-'-! of :i lite pnuii-t - .f Jtule 1'las- - . !Yi.i", i..' w:!i ! .i ir ";i;'i ri:bbi 1 i ii --keit1 1-' ti.e ililll'ls ltri.,T,, trollilirisetltia:; " ,(pti. Tie ij th.-it .1 inn s I'r tzwr. w a'' r oa hi-1 arm north-1 vhii ea-t led . l.riir.' for f tliit i.iaii. rccfiitlv tiuc.; a. V.w :! iiht t.-ct thick and f.-..m f iji.T to li ii !o! I i ' .u the -'irf ice iU&rrilanroue. FORBES & GEHRIG iSuc'.eiuMHto Dlinnilcn llrullier,! Prescription Store, AMI IlKiI.il 3 III DRUGS, PAINTS, OILS, VarnlolioN, llrualioN, TOILET ARTICLES, PEHFl'MKKIES, docket Rooks. I'ncKft Knlve... SjM-et:ii!lc, Artint Uuo-U, Wax Material, TrUMte, t aucy Oomls, Ac. Ottawa. Julj 19, 1HT3. Briggs House, Randolph St. and Fifth Ave., CHICAGO. ' 'IT.U well -known Hotel, rebuilt upon itie clJ sit!?, lias all ilie -,i..iUrti i-u-'eiiicnces t'.LSM.-ni;er Klcv.itor, lint It k.iom ., Hit an.l t'olil Water in each iCuom, Kkirintly 1 iimialicil, I.A.uci iullie business centre of the city. V TERMS: $3.00 Per Day RICKCORDS 4. HUNTOON, Proprieto't. MUCH & MANY THINGS That hoiiok(i'wr winl cm be found .-.!n:T ;Irtt; and lloof store pure i ream 1 ariar. opices, a:i . r.. i . iu.i m jp(M.W JJItV MACIIIA 1-3 HIHI. WM. STORMONT, Iron Founder &, Mncliinist, Corner La Salle and Lafayette Sts., Manufacture malleable Iron rastlntr' of the. best quality fronts for buildings of dllferent patterns, door steps, win dow weights, Ac. Ilavinu a go-tl varh-tv of fence an 1 rw ing patterns, can supply those In need of such work on rt-u i.'iiable terms. Farmers Iu w ant of , m mm w3 m m i Votitd do well to call and examine the Champion, which he makes, and see It operate, before buying any other, ll (rinds tine and fast. Farm machines repaired I u uood or der on reasonable terms. Cash paid for old Iron, eonper and liriMa. steam eielnes and boilers repaired. Two en- nine now on hand one 15 and one ti horse f o er. In Rood i oritcr. pave money uuu uuj your oaaii oeipcuin i ou mout's loundry. ipr5-lv J. J. KELLOGG Deputy U. S. Collector, REAL ESTATE! BBOKBR, Insurance Loan Agent; And Attorney at Lav. OfHa I.,n rV4-u, ', V,er I III iii-iw s.v.v.ivl win.rv, Ornrr ul Main Mini ( oliiiiiliua St, I f i -1 1 1 of any Size or Time can bi nt My ( iflice. I'roeiiretl I I have constant tv on Tiat.d a very lar-' I l i f cif. ei-untj ; and wei-tern property, which I will net! uf -ry low prices; ai.ilontlme to suit "pureha-crs. I have a Ut-L-f nuiiilier ot I lioiisea fur rent. Will trade city lor i ii'side prnm-riy. ' III I n-nt projierty, collect rents, prepare ali.trHe'j. iertii-t titles, ! attend to payinen: of ta.ves, conveyini in, :ud, In tact, to I all business In my line that may lie placed In niv hand-. 1 May '.mi, 197 1. J.J. kKI.I.OUlt. ANCHOR AXLES, Having made Siri'tl .Xifimi'i.ti nt u 1 T It 1i;e n.itiiiitar turers. I will luriii-h ' 'irieiv-- iA. ; v. itl -tiei ci i.ir.i:ed axle ut ' An '(' H7"fn. frl ". .1. MAM.KV. Mav 1 lsTI. I'.- Maii.s'.riil, ftai.a. AVILUDE, i'.ii. r.t I'.ir,). t vtlttibli. -Iititlnr ix tl . rennre. at Or flame of I'.lr'N. A valuaMe a-lditlon V t!.e -leasuri ! the lloiue Circle, rrice, ijc, Horsaiei.y nsM VN IIAI'IMAS JtKOOKLYN LIFE INSI KANTE COMPANY. :: :ii iimi :!.'; iiiohiImiiv. e "imt, , INCORPORATED IN 10-1. Ai.tr NT IV ANTf- l) lortlieco'ir,') . Ap;.'.n-:i-tts will addresa us iliove. l.a -.. ii- FOR SALE. New Lumber Wjiuoii. One . . . I orraj.li or on tin."-, r n",inr'-at tie . .il 4. U,K, m. . i;i. Ami on N ; T 'i i"r. .i Iv rex at it-. .1 .1 , vori:, IiI'.ttkh, a.i llh i'S rri.i'i ! in Br-t- I )). l.y HAPl MAN, iKiTnniiHtH' - 111 I.ly- O.-M N t IF YOU WANT .jo,-.,,, vo.ir- f. I lave all t!.e r J,"r an):i.:n.-. ai.'l .. tt.; M.-il ri:,v . v. c.i.:t. .-v-.i M i:it-i x'i 1. 1 l 'I .- i : r nil." to t our '.-.i i ' - "M'!.'f'.-i'". .. H I .1 UU' t A. a' or - C; :.' 0. - r -.f-t ol I .on' ll'.'.--. ll. .a 1. 1 TAliS -TUINi. T M--. XI' I ol M LAUKl-. i - vi.et ii.'rii.v. i ?lc gal. 4 JM1A IMTll.iTOII'N ("-iAl.IC r.f 1. 1 A KtlitK. Hy virtue oi m, nnli mint ilerrceot n.tl'ui...ij Court ol l.aSallM ii.. Ill ..uiudi- mi the .etttlot' of t'.e unil'-r- IuiihU, William S. K. I - iliiilinkli u:.t ol l..e estate oil James lloleliaii. ilccva.ei, for etie to aell the real en tale ot kuIU rtei'eRwil, nt the February term a. u. 1ST! ot Haul court, ti wit : mi the thirteenth v ot Murcli I -It. I aliaH, on the tweltili ilay ol Orh.lier iie't. lieiveen the lioum ot ten o'eluek lu the forenoon and lour o'clock In the alternoon ot aid day. n il at piitillc nit, at lliemnilli 'tour of the Ooliuty Court Hollar. In tiicetty of oetawa, In aatil coin ty. the real in'aie (leniTltu it iih inl!o , io wll : That part ol fat half of the aoutheaat ouart. r of m-ctlon eliiht, In town ulilp thirty-Hum- north, of ratife lour oat of ihe:!it principal meridian, which lies nun th ol On- ChltMxo, Kuck Island ami Hacltle liMllrimu. rontiiinini' iH KMiai acre : alo that nan ol tin.-weal hall dt tlieonthc.t ouarter ol nirttnn eliht. In townahln tliirtv-lliuv north, of raiiire four east ol the third principal meridian, which Ilea ooulh ot the Chicago. I!n mianii and racitic Uailroail, contatnlni lit ;S1(I0 acrea ; a:o the north fractional northeaat nnarter ol aeclion aeveni'.vn 111 township thlrty tlm-i) north, ot ruime (our eatof tne third principal meridian; In l.a Salle countv, Ultnow, on the follow ine icrnin. to wit : stihjOft to anv rluHt of hmiientea't ol the lamlty of aiild ,lame llolehan, deceaaed, and alio the ceaaed. In pn-inlea, and the purchaao money to he riyut vi uower 01 .iarnarel llo e nan. tne wiiidw ol Bal'l ne. pan, un ot-iirry in lue need. Paled this mth day ol iMnteiiiber a. n. s;4. WM. H. KSTOS. Adtiilnlatiatnr uf the cut ate of Jaa. llolehan, dec'U, MAHTKU'H JiA I jK.-Notlce Is herehy stven. That bv virtue ot ilecretj made and entered ot record l.y the Circuit Court ol l.a Salle countv, ataleol Illinois, at the .lime term ot said court, a. l. Mil. In a certain ratine then ra-ndinit In nahl court, on the chancery stile thereof, wherein Ik-Hit Mauill was complainant, ana I hat Hon 11 llei-kwlth was defendant, I shall, on Tuesday, the twenty ninth (lay of SepteinlHT a. i. 1871, at the hour ol ten o'clock In the lon-noon ill said dav, otter lor sale, at the south door of the County Court Hoiise In llltava. In said county, at pulilic auction, and whl then sell 'o the highest titilder the followInK described property, helnu the aauie ordered by said decree to he sol'l, that la tn say : - All ol that portion of Lots lorty and forty one, In tlieub dtvisloti of the southwest (factional qu.it ler of sei-tlouelev. en, township thlriy-throi north, ranu'tt three cast ol the third principal meridian, known und (lescrita-rt as Lot four on tilts aseessor's plat ol said suhd!lslm of Lota forty and forty-one of said southwest fractional quarter ot said si-c-tlon eleven. Said lot Is bounded as rollous.vl : Coninienc- Ine at a point sixty two feet south of the siuihwest corner of Main and Klltnore streets. In the cltv ol Ottawa, thence ruunln south to the corner of Klluiore and V'ehster streets, Uit nee west to the cast line of fence of the premises owned hy William lllckllnii ami now In nosaeiiabin of Or. Ottilia, ttience north to a point due west of the plnee n hecinidint, thcuc eii-itto the place of hettlnnlnt;. Also the west twenty leet of tliot partol suld lots forty and forty one In the sub division of said southwest fractional quarter of laid section eleven, bounded .is follows, viz.! Comtiiencl.it: on the south line of Main street thirty fisit west or the east line of said lot forty one, llietice south s'.vty two feet, thence west eluti. ty-seven feet, tlience north suty-two fi-et, thence east elch ty srvnu teet to the phice ol lo irtii r. Inn- Ail of said above df sctllicd premises IvIiik and belnR In the city of Ottawa, county of l.a Salle and Mute of Illinois. Titr.iioF SAt.t -t ai-h. liHolK-K. M. LKLANI), Dated Aug. .M, li l.-lw Master In Chancery. eTATH OKIMJ.MHN, La Sai.le Co.-aa. O In the I'iri uii :juri Ihrienf, to Oi IiJi'i T?rm, A. t. la; 1. In Luncm. Thoiua Hi. ll r Kleancr Flalit. widow f Levi YiU ! ceased, I'lioebe Field, Mallnda A. Fluht, Alrhii Sltflcr. Isaac SI Kler, .laeoli sicler, Arals-ila linker, John Maker, Maria Suflcr, Mary Siller and Adelll elaler. It uppearins Irom an atll lavlt on l.lu tn the olf'ce. of the clerk of si.id court that tald tlcH LiUtila, Isaac SiifleTHiid Jacob sIi-Iit, ifie not ri-aiileuis of said state, a,nri said com. plair.nnt huvinti IHtil Ids but i.t cotnplatnt In aald court, on the cliantrry eidu tbereol, on Ihe ilrsi of May a. ii. lsi:t, heroin, ami iir.mu Jim Irtvlnn lwi (snetl th'-Teoo accurd ltiu to law ; Kotlce, tltcrfarp, Is ticreby liven to said defendants, Isaac Siglcr and Jacob Mvler, that unless you and each of Vuu tiersonallv be and aniiear lielore sld eourl. at said 1 term tliereol. lo lie held at the Court House in Ottawa, In I sr.M county, on the second Monday ol October net. a. i. ! is, I, (when and where a.ild siinittions Is returnable.) and i plead, nnwer. ileniur or eecp-. to said bill, Ihe name will I be taken for confessed hit dust yon, and the matters and tilings tlu-n-ln pr.iycd lor d. -cr-eu aeenriiHl :-y. ClIAIiLKS II. HOOK. ( icrk. C. II. Ii. TnrtHAS ami ) Solicitor. uus.'-.l-lw 1 1 BO. W. W. HI.AKK, SIA tTiiir' iiiiii.ui r-i. li ai.i.x to n. In tuf Cin nil Onu t tltrmif. to fh-t'r Tetm a. P. 1S71. ATfiOF ll,I,IXMS. Ill t'liilllWf. .lohn 11. L'l.tliinl rt. Isulaitla 1'. Slew a: I and Ashtr II. Stewart. It appeal ina fiotn an nflldavlf on tile In the otllce of the clerk uf said court, that said defeti lanls, Is iln-lla I. Stew art inilAslier II. Stewart, an- not residents ol said state, and said complainant having filed Ids lull of complaint in said court, on the chancery side thereof. o,i (he ao.lt day of Auirust a. n. lsn. herein, ami summons lunliu been issued thereon tu'cordlnx to law ; Notice, therefore, Is iiereliv fflven to said defendants, Isa bella 1'. Stewart aud Asher 11. Stewart, that tinless you and ach of y(i personally ht- and appear la fore said com t. nt said term thereof, to 1k held at the Court Mouse In Ottawa, In said countv, on the Jd Monday of letober next a. p. 1S7I, iwtien and where said summons ts returnable,) and plead, answer, demur or except to said bill, the same ulit tie taken for r.onfcaed ana n it you. and the matters and things therein grayed lor decreed aecurdlni;!-. CIIA1!(.F.S II. HOOK. Clerk. .1. F. Coi bisfy, Solicitor. auu f.i-lw Carriage ,1artori). Sll Styles cf Carriages, Buggies, SIVUINt. WAtiONS, . j ( iitl-l;ilitiv on ll.itic! illul Miili; to Onlir. t I Tliev do tliel.- own wood and Iron work, thus liisttrn: I litter and clu.aiii.r worls than any other l airlaui! shop Ih I the cltv. Cepaliln; r.eat'y nnd prumptly dime I'r res very lmr Painting and Finishing. I T,.u rte..rt.u.-i.t Is In rhuree i.r Mr. -K'HS MvllKVI ;ll. w In se -kill has lieen exeirlsed upon nollie ul t tie tl nest work ever turned out ol an inlaw a I- aetory lle :v e iiartlcuUr ; ; atti ntlon to varnlnhliij. ill accept .ii.n 1111 mdrrs lor I j outside woik in his line. I I (ittuwa, .1 aiuaiy 11, iv; i, yr ' 1. It It I Aii I 1!H. lit I ,Vf. H. W. JONES, o O CARRIAGE FACTORY VilOSE IX WAST K ' t.nr iiirji x. Tup iihiI Oj tti lli'j!liir SU'U Si-at lluerjli-i. Twri-sested opr. Iniffiries. Iiemorra Wazor.s, t'i'k:e. Ac, can tl rot tliein at thn r acp ry,ali of Am"oi iiwm-. cr I lie 'i -t viiii'riiii anil n ine ni'tt ttf.nrort r ! m titm.l,. Al l. II MiU.i Mi ll, mi I ..r sal- t low p:!r.- 1 A o make t.itri.t inl i miinef. l..-r-alrir2 'loue pr'.eiptly ea'ri-'ntf. Irlmminx, W-,.id ai.1 n Wora. Otlaoa. Man ! I-. S. LOCKWOOD, VIoI -iili- sn 1 Ki t.iil Hnn'i in HARDWARE, I mi. ft. n :j r;:iNi -. wi.i.s. ii"ils. AN Ml s, I-K-, 1 II I Ml'. I. SKI IX-. 11 UN". MAI I I. M.M". IKON-. IMUI'.II VHM, lii k-MIl II-' -ll.nl .. Ml ( II Nil -' i" o . 'n;;. ? Hi i X Ml . W :il I- I : '. -. M.i.N - 1 1 - K. i:-ki :- M-. i ; : .. ... Hoi: i: i'.o'a . v -';. I1" Xlt i - VI A ic I : ' :tio: - .'I AN - !1 CAKHIAtiri 1'ACTOltY ; i n mi Aivnii oni TMiin) No. 57 Columbus Street, WAUKEIMN iMER-PLATE WORKS, .9 A .5 5 t .'I a -s 2 S -5 ?4 irjM'.Yij caj ' . uii iwir i ci nil jii- m ii ii t :i-- a Largest Works of the Kind in the Northwest. All order lett at my reddt m c in Fait Ottawa, or AT FORBES Sc GEHRING'S DRUG STORE, Dlmiulck's old stand.) will he nronintlv atteaded to iiv.p i,,,H....t i .. . lii the pleasure ot seeing some ware on their tahle- plated their hofues. orders taken Yor Sew wire Factory: Ottawa, July IS-anio Z3rug Book & drug store of e. y. grigus South Side cf GHiaos Would thank uU aumorcus frtendi fur their .'onuer IIImtb! patmnT.j.t and Invite the attention ofevei7body tc hi larjt nfl COIVEILt;TE STOCK OF DRUGS AND MEDICINES. ratont MedlcltlM. thdmlciU, Oils !id Tallin, nrtishci ol all JlxJt i'resctlpUoti Vials, My lrosi-rltln fiiwo Is extensive, and fitted ui with choice and pure articles, rtiyflclam and cuttoa arsw lll Bud a competent man to wait on them at all lusurs, duy aul nlhl. Oood Ilrantllcsi, Wlnna, .to., for medicinal use, a'way on hand, as pore aa can b had. SlTtoc4of Jlook m aurt tlt nt lottery Is the largest thl side or Chicago, consisting In part of School Book or all the aa rles. Miscellaneous Hooks, Itlincrspliles. Historic, Travels, Agricultural and Machanlcal Hook. Hook lor Children au4 Youth, lllauk Books, lluhxl and Flalu White ond Blue Letter, Foolscap und Note Paiwr, Cap, Drawlmi auU Malic Taper. M ii "lo. Fifes, Flute. Acccrdeons, Violin, Flageolet, Clarionets, l'lccolai, Itatijo. Ilarninnltim, Jvwiharps, c. , Ac. blieot Muilc, Note and Son; ftooks. Iotloiiw. Notion of all kinds, too tedious to mention. Call and get aluoit anything you want. Wholoaalo anil lt.tnll.-I will supply Country prices, and as cheap as they can U''l them In Chicago, em cities, from flrat handt i ciiu 3VX. KMBlUSSI8 :o JFL XJ MAIN STREET, isurxn RIDE.) i r,.r, ,bi, keticontaiillT in DRUGS AND Gr Ail !) IirW Ml) J i.nplllnl PATENT MEfillINS EXTRACTS fir Culinary t'ss i lVrlunicry. IlruHhen, and I'nin j Arll lrH lor tltr 'I ollrl. ! alall OII, Vitrnltatioai, U'lHdow 4alni, Ac. Ac. Iirt.ioalar Attention frivm to the Cowriouudintf o( rhyHiciana rrcecriptiono. JOHN MAN LEY, Shelf, Carriage and Heavy Wagon and Carriage No. 118 Main St.. OTTAWA. uiy:o, y.j-tf CLOSING OUT AT COST! "ENTIRE STOCK OP HI! V (J(HM)S ( illul Sri" llirr IhmmU IJetori I'lin lia-inir Lli' lu re. COCK & GLOVER'S BLOCK, N i j. mi:m k. " i illiiMlii III or repaired by ii.7whu aII' w aJd ptla.alitrulor; Vr nop.f! " BL AKMit IVr lntHallo County, 111. 3torcs. the Public Squie. kinds, Vnrnlstici, Pjre Studs, Windo" I'erluiuery, c, Ac. UIhss from Vxi: Merchant ar.d Physician with malt bill, at wholesale (to so because 1 am recelvuie them uiontalr from the Ka. (niayl'j.'M) t. s. oiuoua. West ot La Salle 8trtou OTTAWA lliLUMMr hand. lr and well selectemtock o' CHEMICAL0. AND SPICEF and 18 Mill Street, ILLINOIS. m; iv BILL POSTER, i 4M ;v. r V .r V U.i KtK 1 iutim: Oflr, and wll LOCKPORT FLOUR! ".v Mill and LOCKPORT FLOUR, I .Ciu-lt' M. Id.l.-i li'V !:. O-Cit-ii. oa: M -al. Ilran ar.ft t.n.,i treal I:. at 1' superior lo a-.y .' 'i "1 tin- ciiulrj. torn anil oa'.a : vi... r r .er Illinois HrPlie aadEf- TliOMAS Mi-l'iiNOITiir. s rm a ti n t - -."i-"l Tn i.' V - Hr .. ';--'i.M lii " - M A. 1 1 I I.MA., GENERAL JOB PRINTERS, Salle Street. Wm: of ti e Crart Houie. OtUw. 1U. UNDERTAKING, ! Je f -2 . e ---.r .--c.a! tr.i ii.-ti.ea.. Ile-y Metallic Burial Cases, CASKETS, PLAIN COFFINS, &C. : rr :nr f nrp- i ivunl.'i li i ottxt l i;'.s-MLo". r t .. tr ; !. t.t Mii'i