Newspaper Page Text
OTTAWA FKEE JliADEli: AT URD A 1. SEPTEMBER 16, 1876.
FARM AND GARDEN. ManHging llee. At a late meeting of Hie Northt'Rtcrn Ute keeptrs' Association, the follnwiur ruiswtm were given by threo practical lee-kct ptrs to the quefltiona pliiced in tlie qui Ktion drawer during thenrit'iiue: 1. Whr.t is the bent method of controlling the swariamir fever ? Tlie free tine of the ex tractor, or by making an artificial colony. 2. Is it on Injury to bees to have more for age in the spring than they need for brood rearing? Yes. 3. Ia it necessary to give bees a light that ore wintered in the cellar or House? 20. 4. Should bees have ventilation in winter ing; if so, how much? Yes, not as much as li generally given. 5. Side or top boxing, which is preferable? Two of the committee were in favor of top boxes, one was in favor of both. 0. Which is the better method of swarming, natural or artificial, where box honey is the object, and you wish to double y ur stocks? Two of the committee prefer nuiurul swarm iug j r tie prefers nrtificiHl. 7. Which is ndvisable to produce, box or extracted honey, when you have u ready mar ket for cither? Both. 8. Why do bees seal up cracks und open ings iu the hives? To retain Hie animal heat. 9. Should an excess of honey be removed from the hives in the fall or iu'ihe spring? In the full. 10. How far apart should apiitrieg be loca ted? From four to beven miles, depending upon tlie size of the apiary. 11. Is it important with the Italian bees that the guide comb in the surplus boxes ex tend from bottom tn top of honey boxes? The more comb tlie better. 12. Why do bees leave their hive about the 1st of May? Discouragement from confine ment, moldv combs, or small cluster of bees. 4:5. Wbafis the best mi'timd of preventing after-swarms? Introduce a young, fertile queen. 11. How should a queenless stock be man aged, when the keeper has uo queen in tlie spring? Uuite with another stock having a queen. 15. What should be done when in the case of an after-swarm whose quern has been des troyed, and which had returned to the parent stock, but which persi-tcd in coming out day after day? Destroy queens until all save one is gone. ltj. Upon what condition does success In wintering depend ? Good stock iu the tall ; proper temperature and ventilation ; perfect quiet. 17. Is there any su e cur lor foul blood save the destruction of bees and comb? Yes, by preventing brood rearing, by the free use of the extraclr.r, and by smoking the combs with brimstone. Celery MetlleiiiHl. We notice w ith satisfaction, says Win Build er, that celery is becoming more common and cheaper iu our markets; its cultivation can not be loo strongly recommended to farmers, ashy its production they not only grow a profitable plant, but confer a bene til on the community, as the habitual daily use of ibid vegetable is much more beueQcial to a mat. than most people are aware ot. A writer who is familiar with its virtues, says: "I have known many men, and women too, who, from various causes, lud become so much affected with nervousness that, when they stretched out their hands, they shook like aspen leaves on a wiudy dav. and by a moderate daily use of the blanched footstalks of celery as a salad, they become as strong and steady as other people. I have known others so nervous that the least annoyance put them in a state of ag itation, und they were in constant perplexity and fear, who were also effectually cured by a moderate daily use of blanched celery as a salad at meal tune. I have known others to be cured of palpitation of the heart. Every, body engaged in labor weakening to the nerves should use celery daily in the season, and onions in its stead when not in season.'' We give celery to our canary birds, and it cures them of fits; they are little animals, with very delicate nerves, easily frighteued, and therefore they need such a remedy, and the relish with which they take it is proof that theii instinct guides them to eat what is good for them. A manufacturer of perfumery of our ac quaintance, some years ago commenced prepare an extract of" celery seed, put up in medicine botlles, and intended to give streiigth to old or exhausted persons, who, by over-Indulgence, have reached such a state as to re quire restoratives. Bkets you Cows Last year 1 raised a lot of mangolds and carrots. The mangolds were gathered first and put in the cellar; afterward the carrots were gathered and corded up on top of them, so that when I began to feed them to my cow, the carrots came first. The cow gave about her usual quantity of milk, except the usual shrinkage on the accession of cold weather aud being put upon dry fod der. Fearing that the bectB would not keep as well as the carrots, and also thinking they possessed better milk-producing qualities, I was anxious to get at them. Accordingly I removed part ot the carrots and commenced j feeding beets, when, to my nurpnse, my cow began to fail of her milk until the deficiency reached about oue thtrd. Wishing to test the matter still further, I changed back again to carrots, when her milk increased to about her iK.mil ct,mrlur.l Tlie. oiuintilv fed was about the same in eitnercase about a halt bushel basket three quaiters full. If there wasanyl difference, it was in favor ot the beets. for.' llural Aif Yorker. A Itpinody fop Ivy l'oisoti, ' front tle Ponton Journal.) At this season of the year many people be come poisoned cither by handling or expos ure to poison ivy. Generally all sorts of rem edies are tried with little immediate ellect, and the poison is Flowly thrown off by the process of nature. There is, however, a rem edy which is vouched for by a correspondent of an agricultural paper as a sure and speedy cure. The agent is common lime, a small piece of which should be dissolved iu water, nnd the parts affected bathed with the r.ater. This remedy was lately tried by a gentleman of this city with entire succt-ss, the applica tion of the lime water affording immediate re lief. Tlie remedy is simple, and should be widelv known. (.' K kens. The Virginia way to cooki chickens is: The fowl to be killed, plucked,' eviscerated in the shortest possible time; on; no account it to lte washed, but it must bei wiped dry with a clean napkin and cut into six parts the breast, the two wtngs, the back. -.1. 1....B Thg trhn il ion In t.n f 1, r. ... n atiU IHII 11.. WW -iM'rii. lulu .U Mi til""U into a frying pan with butter, cream, mush, i small cakes of Indian meal dough;) the whole to be done telore the flesh lo its natural heat, and the frying pan and contents' im-. be 1 eated in advance to receive the , . 'j. chicken. M.das'es, if I ought It the barrel or half b r rel", should ba kept in tho c-llar. If hoinrht in f-mall quantities, n saoum oe nepi in a demijohn. So vessel should be corked or I'UDged, if fillid with luolafscs, as it will (.ll and burst the vessi 1 or run over. T " "" Peter, don't vou enjy the agronomical r.lu nomeca these ermines V ?jiaaeii-KMio, citizen, residing In Wtst Hart isburg, to his colored tmplovec, the other tv nwz. " C Urei ,o soodecw, Inerer tried "cm; .r.u.Lmclon 1S) mv tavyri'e trUlt." ' Steam Job (Jtfotlns. FREE TRADER STEAM DEPARTMENT IS SUPPLIED WITH THREE FAST PRESSES! KIJJV li V A. BAXTER STEAM ENGINE, Tho Jlcnt lii Viae Hod by all the needed machinery, rype and fixture for kinds of plain nd laucy BOOK ArVD JOB PRINTING. Various New Styles of Type just received and additions constantly being made. PRINTING DONE IN ALL COLORS! Hronzing, Gilding, &c. WITH OUIl Steam Power CoaUoc hot a trifle for hid. we can print by tlie Lhonsand Impressions at Half the Cost of Hand Power! While we guarantee as Good Work as any city jobbers, we challenee a eomrjar son of Prioos with- any otfter establish ments FURNITURE AT 'J'ltK The Stock ! always Full and Complete. PRICES LOWEIITIIAXEVEI!. rndrrtakins; n Spi'daMy. All purchases of Thirty Dollars and over Delivered Free ot Freight at any R. R. Station in La Salle Co. RUSSELL & SON. Ottawa, July Wth, HI. CAUTIOBT. vyl In brbj jrirefi tht ffr tv iU! 1 will nt be . so- -n. ,.t. or.Birx (xt Ks tt v W If t aT I T Or ,,.,,,. ir.u deu!, contracted him .tre. t.tt-it or :.y.ii-'. t baSmkl .oohki h. rein- -. - REWARD. .inii rt m the nnderstene. at the Rork land.!ep.t. on J S tZtW ISW t milium ei tn chaw ai.i l.feei. i (' l JiLu.n. Liverpool. No. '" n tli maid ot tre ease i ar.red the name of 1'anlel The I'm" rrM k'II pa'd for tbr rnm l ln ''" or tor n'..in;? """ UA.VlKl. bLAkK. u ta. Ilia (lAI. It I A K A ltrr t j tN m t i .! ie.:rii Uirn.i mm: arr rur4 rnMi. a : IMVr l't'l VTI VII for flr T-ooK r.1 -lob r J - r. 1 lil. ll.'.l. frln',rt ri tu ".n't 4 i Hapcmac'a c" "f tbf curl ll'.Lar t-.,ua:. " ,.T. ,,; ; ,r :...--';,r.. ..... n.i... CI.CM - ; A J ( )J (; ) S ,:t,,.r lUjB.B'a. mcti- (U liie .tari Uoih, Oll lla. JOB I'll 11! I lli k Salle hi 'task Something Worth Knowing. O'OROWLEY ayi be bas tae A'ticy In Ottawa of Uie Vcrv Best Cook Stove The Very Ucst Uangc l"tH SOFT COiL that can be purrhaaed, and be lmcka It by raylnft that pur cbaaeraol the wiue can have tholr JoAAJ' KJ-.H. tUr-V II they do not Had bli auertloa true, t ill, exen If you do out buy, at 113 MAIN STHEET. Ottawa, June 10th, 187& MEAT MARKET, Cor. La Salle and Madison Sts. DEGEN BROS., Proprietors. The nubile are Intorm'-d that w have purchaai'd the market on tint corner of La Sail.) and Mdlon btreetn. and will keep a full supply of all klnda of FKESH AM) SALT MEATS, Such aa Beef, Pork, Mutton, Veal, Sauaage, Haui& Bacon. TUe Highest Price paid for Oood Bee lor ahlrnluE Cattle. we hope to receive a liberal nhare of the public paton aee, feellnit aa.ured tbat we can make It to every miu ad vantaite to trade with u. DtOtN bUOB. Ottawa, Keb.6lh, 1875-ly. PHILIP BRUCK, No 13 Main Streot. next doar to Wm. Ebeit'a Ice Cream SaloOH, OTTAWA, ILLINOIH, Announces to the people of Ottawa and vicinity that lie baa on baaa a niatfiilflcunt atock ot BOOTS AND SHOES Wblchheoffcraatth loweit living prlcea. He la alio pre pared to do cuatom work In all llabranclieaon jhort ntiUre. and at prices which defy conization, fr ALL UKK WAUltASTED. c'y M. ii. Jt KSCOTT, Manufacturer of and doaler In BOOTS AND SHOES. AU kind of work, done to order. A Uoxi Fit Warranted. Repairing Neatly Lone. Over Spear k Charvat's Eat Store, On La Salle Street Ottawa, Novomber 1st, 187S. THE BOSS SALOON! Gentlemen who Indulge In Bllllarda or Pool will And Tbre Klrat-claaa Millard and Pool Tahlea at No. U. M aln treet, alHO a tip-top Free Lunch every forenoon, aa well a choice wlnet, llciuora and clKara, and the beat of stock ale, beer and porter. W None but nenUemen ecd apply. GEO. KOUTCLIFFE. Ottawa. March 4th, 18;6.-ly UEO. 4. ltuitauss, Gas, Steam & Water Pipe Filter LA SALLE STREET. OTTAWA. A Good Stock of Pipe, both Iron & Lead, alwavs on hand. Cistern and Force Pump Baths. Water Closets. Iron Sinks. avn puiunuiw noons CiKNKKAI.LT. Gas Fixtures and Boiler Trimmings. OAS FIXTURES HE-UHOZJSU. In all the Madera Colon. atiU OTTAWA GAS CO . Are praparod to do all klaaa of Gas and Steam Fitting. Wrought Iron flpe, Flituret, Fittings, Ac, famished at JOHN CROSS, (Hncreaior to C.U. Lnu.) mm Mimm kti Blani Boos Manufacturer, La Salle St.. opposite the Court House. OTTAWA. 111. rr" Paper rnled to ai.y desired pattern, and Paper Uoiei ade to order mavis 75 HENRY KOCHr Gi aDfl Loot Sit CABBAGE CUTTERS, Anc ail otbar utensils made to ortier. and repairing done I oeatiy and on short notice. Model Making a Specialty. Madison Street, ror. 1 lluton, Ottuaa, III. j Angott. IB'Hy I L. HOSSACK, i HOUSE YOSriD SIG3ST fJra'nlri:, fap Hartlra-, alrlmli.!r. tilaxrz. c ' ii rsliiii t 4ri.t for tlt tra-l. W'.rk It. tlroontry pro-apt-' "rmH in. t nor la ra I'aim. r's :j ctanl. VI '.'hjt ; nortn of tl.noa ll'.wi.Oitaws. Ill jin.t ;i iaTp. clark7 IIou. f-'.gn i.ri4 niir.r B Z5! "TQ"-Xjl!i'A -" -ttH-a-., OraHatrr.O'.aslr.ii'MlT. M.r. i'i.. I'.r- llrj'-r t al e'-r Irdr.f. ir. M.r.I, or r I'.'.eln. A t ur'.ea'S ClT.re, on Ma-liuvn t-ie. I.rrarf-r I.. II FjiT-e.. B. n. t terTrr. Jaekn ) Lr ...!. Fl.ke 4 ibr,. .v.'t. Ilo-it t .. Lea . How ard.t.. H. S-to.Hn.aa. n.aiS tf lilliI'MtMlflVI'. I'- ard- a-idt't.e.. Mt lUpe .an a. -.t ot Uit oart IKuf r-..n-. JLcaal. MAIj MBTTliRMKHT.-l'jmTi or to all nertiini uilmM In aald estate. That Peter Mi.ler. CaNi'T! F. .Ioiiniiok, Ux"n. Notlra la rereDy inven Admliilatrator of the Katate of Canute F. .1 iinHon, duceaaed, will appear before the County Court r 'i.c coun ty ol La Sulla and atate of Illinois at the C"i' ly Court HoHneln Ollawa, In aald county, on Monday, the mxtei-uth .lay of October a. n. 1N7. for the purpose of rendering an ac count or bis proceedings in the administration of aald ea latt lor the (In Hi settlement. Dated at Ottawa, this DJtu day ol Auinat 1S7. Pal'KIt MILLr.Ii, Attkst: H. A. MeCALKH. Administrator. Cli-ik CouniT Caait La Salle Co.. III. lena 4w VOTICK.-Esmi OP Maria Clkavi. D'kaskd. il Nutirr Ii hereli riven, that the nnderslgned. Kxecu- tor of the !at will aril testament of Maria C'eave, late or t"e county of I.at-nlle ami State ol Illinois, tieceanru, win appear belnre tlie County Court of aald county on the third Monday (being the sixteenth day) of October lt.7. at the County court lloune in Otttwa, In said county, when and wheru all tvru.ni. havtnp rtalma or dtniands aualnat said eatat are tiotlneU to atteud and present the aame In writing lor aajtiriim-nt. Oaud tills ..t da, of August A. r . y aep-w Kxecutor. RICHOLS0N SNOW, AltutlirjiKlt yHV. MOKTOACiN A Li:.-Wherca Tavld A l'rlceand Ann I'rloe. bis wile, late of the county ol of La Salle and state of Illinois, did on the i!8tli day of Au gust, A-1. 171, execute snd deliver to John J. Hill of said county, thtlr certain inortgnue deed of that date, wheret.y said ninrmgoraeonveveil tosald.ohn J. Hill the follow Ing dfcrlld real ea'atio, situated In said county and atate. viz. Tlie Mirlace of lot six () block Cfty-slx (M) In the town ot Btremor, which said mortgage deed la recorded Iu I tie iteevrder'a ottlce of said county In volume 17! ot liccoros on page 157, and was made to secure the payment of a certain promissory note cf even date with said mort gage given t.v said David A.I'rtoe to said .lobn J.lllll lor the auni of out thousand dolturs. nnd payable in two years Irom iliie with Intel est at leu percent jwr annum, payable uimiiHlli' And whereas default ha been made In the payment f both principal and interest o saiii note, tlie same ucihk now wholly due and in paid ; and whereas, also.lt l provided In and by saulmortgatte deed, anion other things, that In cae of delimit In the pa) uit nt ol atd note or any part thereof, the salil Jlm J. Hill (the mortgagee), afler having ad vcr vertlscd such salens provided Ih said mortgage, may pro ceed to sell ald premises and all right and equity of re damptlon of said mortgagorx In and to fald premln'S and, upon making such eale. execute and deliver deed or deed to the purchaser or purchaser and apply the proceed! of aucb sale to the payment, 0) expenses ol selling said prop erty. Including attorney's tees, and U) the amount ot said note,, (3) rendering the overplus, II any, to ald mortgagors. Now, therefore, public notice Is hereby given, tbat lhe undersigned. In pursuance of and by vlrtueol the power In aid Btortgicc contained, will on Saturday the SOtb of September A 1. ls"in, at the hour of lu o'clock A. M.ol aald day at the south door ol -the county court house In tne city ot ottawa.Ills., sell at public vendue to the high est and best bidder for cash the said real estate and all the right, title snd Uitereat otsald mortgagors In said nrcmlsea. together with all and singular the appurtenances tbereuut belonging or In any wise appertaining. A deed ol said premises will be made tc the purchaser upon the payment of the purchase money. " ' .lollN .1. II ILL. Mortgagee. VOTICK.-KSTATK OP DUA MAIIILL, pKOKASgn. ll Kotlct Is hereby given, tbat the undersigned, Kxei u tor of the last will and testament of Delia Maglll, late of the county or La B.ille and state of Illinois, deceased, will appear belure the County Court of said county on the third Monday (being ihelt'.tb ilay) of Octotier 18.6, at th Comity Court House In Ottawa, In said county, when and where ill persons having t l.ilinn or demands against said eat Bt ire notified to attend aud prcscut the same In writing for idliistineut. lMtWll.ih,6.hd.yoyugu.tA.r..l..BEt.KwlTlli se p'2- w ; Kx ecu t ojr XTOIMOH.-Kstatbhf Jakes Ci.akk. DKcAHKn i Notice Is hereby given, that the undersigned, Admln trator, wlttconyor will annexed, of the estate ot Jauiee Clark, late or the county of La Salle and state of Illinois, .til .mwur lietnre the Countv Court or aald county on tne third Monday (being the sixteenth day) of (icioner is., bi tne i onuiy ioui i nouc n. .u comity, whw and where all persons Uavlug clainisorde mauds agntaat ald estate are notllled to attend and present the name In writing tor adjustment. Dated .1,1, ut day of September - lep'i-Cvv Admlnlstraior. JAMES W. DUNCAN, Allmnnl ill Life, .l Slltr, 111. I'ATKOl'' 1 LLINOIM, LaSai.1.Co.-89. In ll,e Voxuit Colit tlitrenf, to Uitubtr 'Jena ls.ti.- In f'hiiiirn ii. Michael Kiton r. .lullaCostelln, w'dnw.and Aduilulatra trlx of the tstate of Thomas Coslello, deceased, 'I hoinas W. Costello.Julla Costello. Melissa Coslello. John M. Cos tello, A. KSwaid Coatcllo, t:iiarle Coslello, rtllhain J. Costello, Krancla Costello. Plepheti A. Costello, Joseph A. Costello hiic Lucy M. Costello. Itappeahn Irom an altldavl', on fl.e In the ntlleeot the Clerk ol sulo court that said deleniliiuls, Thomas vt. (us t.'llo. JullaCostello. Melissa Costello, A. Kdward Coetello, Chailea ( o-ltllo, William J. Costello, Francis Coslello. Stephen A. Costello. Joseph A. Costello anrl Lucy M. Coa tello, are not residents of said state, and said complainant having flleilhle bill ol complaint In wilu court, on the chan cery side tlrreof. on the i'.th day of August A. I. 1.6, here in, and uininouB having been Issued ibcieou according ,0NotV:e. tlcrcfore. is hereby given to said defendants, Thomas W. Coslello, Julia Coatelln, Mwllssa Coslello. A. Kdward Cmtello, ( buries Costello. William J. Costello, Francis C"tello, Stephen A. Costello, Joseph A. Coslello and Lucy M. Costello, that unless you and each of you per sonally be and aptiear tselorn said court at said term t hercol. ' to tie held ai the Court House In Ottawa. In said county, on the second Monday of Octolier next. A. u. 1876. (when and where said luuimons is returnable,) a"d plead, answer, de tnnr or except to said bill, the same will I taken for con leased against you, and the matters and things therein prayed tor decreed .ccord.ng.(yiuKEs H m) Jam W. DrxcsN, Bollcltor. anfJMw P. K. & C. A. LELAND, Aitmuru ut Ijiii: CTATKtIF I itlul SIHH, LaBali kCo sa. 0 In ilif Circuit Court tltfrntf, to OitoVr Jet ut in;. Iu ( kawfri. ..,., Bussnnab II Klr.ch rs. John O. Hatch and John If. Noble. Hill In tuffelim tnnrtO'it". It appearing from an alllaavlt on file In the otllne of the clerk i.fsaid court that said defendants, John O Hatch and Jobn II. Noble, are not residents ot said state, and said complilnant having Died her bill of complaint lo ssld court, on tlief hancery side thereof, on the 2tth day of August a. d. 1S.6. herein, and antnmuua having bn Issued Uirreon according to law ; Notice, tberelore.ls hereby given to said defendants, Jobn O. Hatch and John II. Noble, tbat ualea you shall person ally bsnd appear before said roan, at said tonu thereof, to be beld at the Court House In Ottaaa. In ssld county, on the second Monday of October next, a. I. lSJK.twhen and where ald siimni-n Is returnable.) and plead, answer, de mur or except to said hill, tne urns will tie taken for con liwseil agalust you. anC the mailers and tilings tbeieln prayed lor aecrited acaordlnaly. .,. 1 ' HAIiLKS II. HOOK. Clerk, I'. K. C. A. Lunar., SollcUora. asgja tw NyriO10. Kstati of Path Wbih. DacaAsgn. Sotloe ts hereby given, tbat the underslcnrd, Aila.ln Istralurof thaesuteof Patrick vt alr. It ol the count y of La Baile and state of Illinois, deceased, will appear before Uie unty Conrt of anld cnnty oa the third Monday (ue lag tne sixteenth day) of Octolier ler;. at the Couu tyCnirtHonse a Ottawa. In said county, when and where all rem! bavlagi lalmaordeaiands against said estate are notlflel to attend aad present the same lo writing lor ad- J-:"."5Vc ...... . , JOHN K. MoCAMnilllKlK,' aurrt Sw Adinli.lstiau. N'OTKJFI.-Kstati or Ht'H Kl.f.v. DicaASSt).- I Votlce la hereby (flven. Tbat the anderalgDed. Admin istratis of tne estate of Hugh Keliy. late of t.ie county of Laalle and stale of Illinois. de eased, will appear beiore the Ciunty Court ol said comity on the third Mauda v (being the li;hday)ot October 1B7S. st the County ( ourt House iu Ollawa, In said county, wb' l and where all reraona having clalim or demands atalnsi said estate are notified lo attend ana prsent the iimr In writing lor adjustment. Datid this llth day of August a. V 'j.y K , y aif'.SC'W Aduilulstiairlx. JOHN STARK, AGENT NORTH AMERICAN IOMPA1TY. Ta undersigned deaires to announce that he Is still In the L'gliMng-ltod business, and mat be keeps a lull t."k ol m iie UI and fixtures. s. that he ran make any repalra on shortnotlre should any roil gt out ol onler. Iteleving that tlie community ill ptrou1 a resident d.-alol i yea-'e"i1enc In tins cviinly. In prelerei re to traveling canvassers, uen tiwv know that hi- Is the t-it iii olfered to the public. b Invites a. I lonanni e and comiare bis material briorc purchasing l-l.' re. JIlMN s-IAUK. ,iu- 3i.in.vi "". in. VOCHEIBLATT PUELIHED EVEttY FEIDAY, AT POST OFFICE BLOCK, (H'TAWA, I ts !.. ls tlie Only (icnnaii I'aiier in La Sallo ConMly, iH.-twcu C!.ifutr nnd .HViT.iM.rt. uml ti.r, !',,r,- a l;.i s-i! in ADVERTISING- MEDIUM. . - ifUITI Vf i PK f-'ieLfearl ml l.etl,er 1 I I 1 . t r I .VUI'- . Vmi i m-.I i .v., , - i Hape aaa't. e-t ul t v art ll.,u.e -..r sre.. IAF l'l lMS'S UiJTIV. INKS AMI r 1 I l.. a- 1 lu.MAN i.Al'Lw J LIGHTING-ID I i E9 9 DRUGGIST AND BOOKSELLER, 123 Main Street, SOUTH OF THE COURT HOUSE. would be pleased to call the attention of ruy many friends and customers to my complete stock of I will always keep tho Best Fresh Drugs. My stock of Trusses ana Sl.oulder-Braecs Is larire. My Perfumeries and Colotrnes are the sweet est and best. Prescription licinir my fpeciulty, PUysieian and customers will always find compe tent men to wait on them correctly und with euro. I have Pure Brunilies and ines 'or raedlciual use. Toilet and fancy articles in irreitt variety will always be found here, Includir Soaps, Pow ders, Combs, Brushes, Mirror, tc. I KEEP SCHOOL BOOKS. I keep a larire stock of Blank Books. Bibles, Prayer Books, Viseellancous Books, P.ecejpt Books Dictionaries, Books of Travel, mid Poems; also all klcds of Writinsr Paper, Envelopes Drawing Paper, Cardboard, a variety of Stationery, Poeketbooks, Gold Pens and Holders, h.nive, cxe I always have on hand a complete stock of Lead and Oils, Glass, Putty, artii.Ues. end Color? 1..1. A... ...wl 1.. tl ,il,..,,l .i.it.it UU 111 Ull III1U LIUUIIU II. I'll. O-IPUllo nul lw.4i All tho best Patent Medicines and Pills can be of firsthand. To please all is my desire. Don't and domestic. (janS-ly) J. MAN LEY. 1640. MMLET & (SL'C;l-Jt'KS TO J. MaXLKV,) DEALERS I1T SHELF AEETD HEAVY Iron and Nails, Wagon and Cariage Wood Wok, AM) KVKKV VARIETY OF PARLOR & ( OOKING STOVES, PORTABLE & RRICK RA(iES, l'ORTARLE & RRICK FURNACES, For ticip Soil Coal, Hard Coal and Wood. A full assortment of Registers, Stove & Furnace Repairs, Sheet Iron, Copper & Tin always on lianu". We arc prepared to inntiutacttire all kinds of SHEET I HON'. COlTEl AND TIN WAKE. SMOKE STACKS, ROILEU U11EEC1IING, Wei Aiio-cr, Iron Sluitti-rs, and all kinds of Heavy and Light .Jo' Work in fcbeci Iron and Copper. No. 118 Main St., OTTAWA, t)ct. 9. ifffl-'tf agricultural OTTAWA, ILLS., February lfllli, F. 0. SWEETSER IS ON HAND For tl S?aoii of 18:s, srllh all ilia ist oll trltxl Farming: ? (lanlcniHg TOOLS IS THK MAHKKT: ALSO Al-L KINDS OF The Champion Self-Rake & Mower Has the enilorsiiHMit of .'00 Farmer of I.a Salle cvuutjr- That manr hasa been soM In Hils rountv In IK;4 ari'l I . i. i.i, i..,,r ,.vl.t...r all.. ut II. II lia iii. I rh inni il fa l.am-io trr to ret !"' Y'" ""'l r'!' tile.l larm;iiir tuoia ny r. w. '-"-"; " llarvifer .li.rnnl.inV llarve-ler. hirliyV llarvesliT, ar rlor Mower, lrlow Kmif Moaer MraUo Lark .Vtowi-r. KKA rEK.S AM) 3I0WKKS. rimtnii'n S.-lf ll:ikT nml My.vcr, .I.ilitis.iii Si-lf-K:ikT M"i r. Murxli llurvt.'HlorH, Wurrrn Movn-r, M.-imIow Lurk M.wt, .Meiulow Kifij: Mu(T, The Anti-Friction Hay Carrier, THK JIKST 15 TIIK MA!:KKT. Notl.i- WiMU Original lnrv liar K..rk. ami Sprout's il.i'Mi Hav Fork aii.l i utter ..r ninl' i: .t..n l av a. a lisy k.;f.- a pleii'llil full ; Vibrator t lirsw! rra ai. 1 roaers, nai-eps'iiUes I hrenl.ers anil I'osrb, AT r. 1). SWEETSER S. WE WILL NOT KKrMIEKSOLIe Ac1 wo ta' tli l'--t l.oofl. t ll .tto:a I rlcn. i a-li or .id r..v .I i r- 11'.. i. fvv ii"r!-i-:i. Il).uallr SITl llouax. 1. -t IPt ltli.ll ' WEBSTER'S DICTIONARYl 1 ... i in. I". ' . i. 1 i-' w- I of M"'l:ey. Wel.oia and Men'ir"; A't.rel.i 'i vVrl-, I'tira-'-. I'rov .-rt.. a.'.. lrm the if ii i.t:n. and the M " tern larirnties. Mir. rr.. Ti' k,.'ilt F.ij.-. : "'all ft i.a.'.;d of HI. j OSMAN IIATEM AN, ( . Htivvi, Illinois. " "SUMMARYV" ! I hive and e . it pi. T stne or l.rtira arrl Hr lw.ut ta-te-at .n is i t. I wi.l se.l al a..a,. p-.ce , K. k . OliH.i r.LANK r.OOKS. THE LATKST NOVELTIES (K3. an A liaerxar.'f.wnt of Ccart ll.ua i fat)!9 i n.- l rind it to their advantage 10 ciui ou ui. T ,U had of roc. My prices are lpw, as I buy for cash, forget that I keep tint) Cigars, both Jmported -sscu. - - II. SMEETON-875- SMEETOI, and 18 Mill Street, ILLINOIS. MR. E. C. LEWIS, Armstrong I'lare. IXr Park, i.a Sail t't.'intjr, Illinois an nounces th following stalllona lor the season of : The Trotting Stallion ALLEfJ, Foaled In KTO:slrt b Msmbnim faU-l en fru!l brother U Lady Tlion.ei, br Wan'.hrlno t h.ef, iT Manihrlno l'a)uiaa maaler, bv Mainlirti.i., by Imp Mseennr ; (lain. Imtl. bi Kthan Allen, he by Kill's Itiaek llaat. Hlril's daiii bj the nolixl Canadian trotter Bt. Larrnce. MAMRIIINO Al.I.KS Is a mab.ajai.y bay. wlUi blacH points. IS lianas hliih, ami welijha. la jni fair flesb, I. I S) lt. Il- will ob limited lo lorl marua la aUilltiou to ha owuer'a. at 111 the aeason. The aitmitlon of farmer Is especially IbtIIM to tte crow Ine il-in vii'l for uih.i1 road anil ilrlvlnn liorsea.eaun-4 liy the breeillna-of so many heavy liorsea y tha teueral farmer now a ilayi. Mam'.rlno Allen's sire and breetliuX partic ularly ail t lilm t. lhe lireaaini; of aucb horsve. Also, at the -ame plare will be foood, Th Imported Clydesdale Stallion DONALD DINNIE The protirty of Geo. Murray, Esq., Racine. Wir. lioSM.K llNMKlsalautllnMpple.ldark l ayliora with tour lilie few, a lar In Ii1 laie. sul snip on Irs now, en yean, u lit. a'airts over II harnl. tilth, welii'i J.--". (twenty to tiun.tr.-il an.l uir) He... of lmineniei.a ..'ani e. roni.ai t firm. Uh le ot linmena. flat bone. Iia.s-ipenor ai-tlon ami nanvaileil slvle. l.onaM Ii'r.ntewas sind by tliat reeiira'el Imrae ounn t auip.le. lie by ':niaile. itaiuhy Wonder, onnu auil.-, liile Hi" proTty ot IUvM lllil lle. K-i).. Klliieiwie, rallied tt.e followli. pr.ea : Klr.t at the Hiirlilanil v lety's pho, at hel-o ; nr.t two ea'ln ui eesi.l..n at i.I v-ijow; Ur-.! at I'erth, 1-ite and 1.!nr... A. 't:..n". and o'lir ton numerou. to innlloa. I ii.nald lilnnli- rallied m .lo 'In pr:.- In fcotlaiol : rlrst at iMinfer.i.llne in l-;.;rt i aii.lsoter medal t Merlinc, In In. . and that a.n v U--.I v siieU reieh. at. i! I.nvd er fc-l.i.rd Imninore and h.r v in. Mirdnc M.nweil. ot K. lr. Wsa linporteil sane ta'l b Simon Iteatt.e. Ka.i . 1 .ironto. an I ah..n x'sen times a-'lnl the beet hordes ia ( anada, takini: tlrt every ilni-iii . ll.e ret. flisl and .w.-.MK'akt-s at Mark ham ; rjr.t ami ier enp at KEl:i.abn Hint ai.d ll;J..i is, a. r-t horr..BtHe Rrounil", at I'rovta rial. I.i.uil.'n. and inre tse prortv ot Mr. Murrav, has never fa 'e.l to t .k" the liljlie-t honors hiirter .Sown. In 171, the fr.t at the triuonta iate Fair, ai-d iiril at Wsnk.var.lil : 1 1 l-i . ttrst iii ln rial's a' the Nl- oasn Mate I iilr, ai.d seep.takea as let trail hor-ar of aryai or l.na-d -...-.-i.t ik- ai:d iler medal tvir.talli.'D. vi;h f.v. of ht i ulr. I- r'.iii rliere lie wert to the IIMuot. Mae Fair and w. .hown In a ilna" nt vt r sis y entrte .dll.e nest dratt In tne eouniry. aa:aiii taktrc fj -f In hla rK. a. ais. viiTti-i.i,r. Hi. r.'U har tuvariah.) tken 11:.'. at State ar d i . unity Fair, a li.-rev.-r ali.iwn. From the a' ve. It wlit be .t- that lil. show y :J per for!iir.ee have lnvn a:i ur.parailel.Ntrie. ol .'iri'. .a. ana I. at in point of Btvri'Tj. .a., wed a. Individually, he stands unrivlfeil on il,s r.intln.-l d Alnera-a. 1 eiiaa - flto lu-un-aide wtien themaret- aactaltv ed so he wfli foal ll.'il s-l'i'S-i" to mare, f-om a dl tanee. at rea'.'Uai'li' ra' . I- a il., ar.d ae.''- lit. at own er', rl-k V.M. THOil. May 1.1, tt. ibslracts of Title. Havlnz pun ha d the hr.-l Hooka ot La Sal'e Toer tv, I Intend to make A'ir"r of T'tlea a ;a- l Pusi ne; and .a I .ati.l.al fr..n. tt.e knowkHleardeiTien.-w that I I v.- of ti e l u.i-eM is it I car. make Ah.tr'ts talh sati.t n f tho" '" are I perleoce.1 tn eiammlin tit!.-.. I .a'. Ir ni.'i.ev or Puvine land. 1 sm aiakina and wtii . eon i. s aery superior tirasdor A Ueantiai lr.tei. ! we i, 1 r.n r--a t.lv tell what 1-in.t arv ;and own er In Laai'e c.'-.r'v .ana or haa ever rsi r.T. or aati m .rti:.4:e i e I ,un or taken. This tndes mli w a i b-i-t. sa'f.t p.-.1 'ieerrora I i f juniluliE or at- acun Wie ti'. e to ary p .. e .f laix. For A:.trar" .1 Tll. or any ln.oriratloo In r-JVl tJ t.t to .a:i.l. ( ali 'a or addreaa F. W. TUPFFR te,;... a. T Is l.tl.". iftre la II A Lelasil's Hiock. If will m To buy Wall Paper and Window Shades at Osmaii & Hareman'a.