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OTTAWA FREE TRADEK: SATURDAY, MARCH 10,1877.
W5f Mr. Wultrr on Ti mpermire in Aini-rlrn. Mr. Walter, of thu London Time, recently! addressed a tt'mpLTHiicfonfi'i L'ii.T in h mdou. In the course of hi weh he nA : "Anv man who knew the "Mlt'emit ens toms existing in rural mid iirlmii rii4irici knew that while becr-ilrliikini; whs Hip vice of thecouiitrv, spirit drinking was Hi., vice el the town. This difference cnim from physi cal causes, for which the p . r were nm nl ways responsible In towi s the poor often Jivud In dmnp, uuhiuithy d'!lings. and ihelr systems were so exhausted liy Ind air and unwholesome rooms that they II ew io t-pli its as the. best way of raising their own for the time and ot escaping from the mental And plij'aical depression which those unhealthy conditions of life und ainiohphere always produced. "In the country, however, the people lived much out of doors, and enjoyed plenty of fresh air; they did not sutler from the de pressing iaflueuces caused hv the unhealthy conditions and occupations nf the urban poor ; and their temptation was to drink something which siupifled rather than maddened them. Now, would it not be possible tri tho country to get beer of better or of different quality? He bad frequently traveled in Germany, where a far greater quantity of ''eer was drank than id this country. Mr. Bass had told him that his productiou of beer w as as nothing compared with the quantity brewed by some Bavarian firms But in Bavaria you could drink a pailful of beer without being any tho worse for it. It was frech, bright, pleasant to tho taste, hut It was not heady. It had none ot the qualities which, when they once got hold of a man, completely mastered him and made a beast of him. l'eople did uot Ret drunk on Bavarian beer. "The same remark applied to theLnited States, where he had lately been traveling. The lager beer sold there was much like the Bavarian beer. It was drunk to a great ex tent by Germans. There were enormous breweries of it in New York and other places; and it was comparatively harmless, whole some and exhllerating. The result was far less drunkenness in the United Stales than with us, and this not in consequenceof Maine Liquor laws for in those parts of the coun try of which he spoke Maine liquor laws did not exist and would not bo tolerated but partly from the influence of climate, partly also from better education and greater self respect among the population, and also on account of this lighter beveruge. Among the native Americans, at all events, there was very little drunkenness. II believed that he only saw one case during his visit." Fecundity of Quail. The Indiana Legislature has a bill pending to prohibit the shooting ot quails for five years We hope it will be amended, for though the quail Is a friend to the farmers, there may be too much of a good thing. Each pair tf quails produces an average of ten chicks per year many, In favorable sea sons, hatch out sixteen in abroad, and then hatch a second brood. If we estimate only the small numberof S'JQ.oOu quails in Indiana to start with (though there are probably ten I times that number), and take ten per year as! the produce ol each pair, the tlgures will simnlv be studendous, und we present them to the Indiana Legislature for consideration: First vear total 0,000,000 Second year, total 18.000,000 Third year, total 108,000,000 Fourth year, total 648,OO,000 Fifth year, total 3,888,000,000 We would have to station an army along the Ohio river to prevent an invasion of Ken tucky after these birls had eaten everything visible in Indiana. There wouldn't be a bug left in that state, and the birds would require rain to live unon. Estimating a sill of. grain per day for each bird, it would require about 15,000,'iO'J bushels per day to feed them. We enter our protest in advance, and shall demand, if Indiana does puss that law, that the state shall raise the grain to feed the birds, and shall put up a bird net three hun dred feet high along the Ohio to keep the! Inhabitants from invading Kentucky. We can stand a law protecting them for two years, but beyond that we tr.ust deni'ind a halt. jAjHurille, Ky., Commercial. Sympathetic I'lrture. The following simple directions for mak ing ft nirtiirn u hicli will aJar.t itself to cir. enmtan7-P9. und iilso for makimr inks of 1 various kinds are from the Journal f f ComJ ,.,,.. i A (iunrkr of it jionri! of lo-wood, boiled with an ounce ni powdered alum, and the onanti'v of c :et.m of tartar, with half the quantity of wa'cr. to which add, while it with extra feeding, 8 27. The superior rich is warm, an ounce each of sugar and gum ar- nes ot ewe's milk under uny circumstances abic,- will make a cheap red ink, although Booth adds crvst.ils of tartaras aud cochin-! eui. Solutions of indie with pieces of alumina and mixed with e vill make a blue ink. Verdigris distil! 'i vith vinegar and mixed with a little gum ill make gretn mk. Safton, with p1 m and gum water, will make a yellow p k. The muriate .t 'nit, when diluted with water so as to for; i u pale ink solution, will be iHvisihle unl -'lbjectcd to a gentle heat, when the writiiu- ''pears a beautiful blue. The salt of ni' i- ' added wilt lurn the writ ing cre.-n. A (1 1 ' " " ""i iiioti oi ciuoriue oi copper, treated in "i s'i'iie wav, will turn bricht yellow uncti i Ur?;i. ing experimtnt. Take n ordinary Kimplei lanilscape picture pnuieii ni oiacK on a wiine qroumi. represeniinu a wimer scene. im , instntl y the horse olievtd, ptrrectiy subdued bare trees and a dark, somber turf. I at)d as Kenlle nnil ((.aleut H a well traincl Copy this in india in!t. or if the paper is'd( TLut sJmplc tIlinc tllU3 tried made suitable, use it as it is. Over this paint a sky hitn Kt on(.c j0Cllt. uj obuuietit as could he wuii ine sail ni coiiait, me application '" n-1.lrl. ulion fAl.l u-ill cornilt' bl-ttn IliA f.nl. which w hen cokt will srarcely stain the paii- cr. Then add the salt of nickel, and carefully paint in the prass upon the browu, frozen earth, und adorn all the trees and shrubs with foliage. This, too, when Jry, will be wholly invisible. Take a dilute solution of chloride of cop. per and paint in daiies an 1 marigolds, us inp thh last abo?e nameU for the stem ami leaf. Frame the picture without glass, and it will furnish a never-fading surprise for Tisitors. In the cold it is a winter landscape: hold it to the fire, and the heat briups out a bright sky green grass and .oliage, bright yellow daisies, etc.; lnshort.it warms into u .-.uui- mer picture. Hetuoved from the heat the colors fade at once to the ctesolatcncss of tut original design. .... . . ... l -. l rt Itiecooait may ne u-eu tor ume uowers as well as for the sky : the copper for a golden1 1C wo?k is I)t:rrorrued by the slow walker, sunset, and any skilllul child can try t be WU() crawlj uionj,ut a snail s pace, mi. when experiment. I drawing a load, cannot be galvanlztd into r , " .. , .T I rapid motion. As a traveler, botn under sad U ben nearly all tun little German stales dle RnJ huni:t, the slow walker ii a nui were swept away by ' lhr., Lichtenstein was bancc V(, nu,Ier whal work is CB,A in, left It has ri.OC inhabitants KX) of which. timp .nJ mD.v arc i,M to his owner evcrv make up the population of aduz, itscapttal.ida ,,jat .VIS. The duke, who chiefly rcside3 on Lis vat 3 ' ' " I vi ' " " " ' . - . t .lanntfkls,..ia;.m. So his IilrLi- hio.t. t r r o...l- thrrs l.aa tun . tempest ia their tcaputall a'tongof the Jukc'-i!0, "!". estcen incaes deep i,..nrr.anctir.ii Jr. ,r.i.nnr'imPsir'intl.eboJe trod oae to two ounces of of I in reterence to poia standard, and COO V, fill up tho ho:e with water and plug up of the Mron rest peasant marched into the u, fl "P"DS take out the pSiig, pour capital and Uemaaded the relocation of the 15 of kerosene oil, and ict fire to it obnoxious act, or threatening they would re- The,!tu,mP mtirt.y up een to the wolt to Austria. The goTernor pacified them,smaiiest kno,j by a temporizing policy, icd thus obtriatcd '. - - this frightful political condition. Vaduz) Ayounjlad, whrsc teacher is rather free stands in the valley cf the Khine and r,n the with the roa, remarked the other day, "That frontier of the Gri.-ons, Swiz. Itouchi tobe they h1 too irnr.y hollerdays at their delightfully cheap. cIjh!." FARM AND GARDEN. A l'rouitgutlnic Secret. Under this head the London (Jirdener't C roidcle says: It vill ti.i real nub ro l that a month or two auo we alluded to uii aliened extraordinary secret for ptoimgHiiiig trees and grafting roses, whereby much time could be saved, oi tered for a small mini by an Austrian nursery mn. Thin inMitleinnu has since I'ommuni- ivitt.il ii ri urllHe .ill llie snJiii'Ct to the II ifher Utirteitfreuml. Briefly. Ii is new method is as t -llows: Cuttings of shrubs and trees are UkeL off at the begiuning of July. Irom 6 in. b 12 in. long, according to tho kind. The leaves arc removed from the lower portion which is tc inter the ground, but those which will come above ground are left. Bods are prepared for them in i'ic open air by thor ough digging and levelling, and afterwards applying a superficial layer, about 2 inches thick, ot rotten manure from a spent hot bed The cuttings are then stuck in about 2 inches apart and In a somewhat oblique direction. Each bed when tilled is surrounded with a lath fence, so that shade may be given, when the sun Is very hot, and the cuttings are well w atered with a ruse-spouted can. This com pletes the operation. The only further care necessary is a sprinkling overhead three or four tunes a day during the first week, if the weather be very hot, and once a day after wards. In the course of five or six weeks, treated in the manner indicated, the cuttings ot most plants will have formed a callus, and further shading will be unnecessary. Late in the autumn a layer of rough manure, 2 In. or 3 in. thick, is spread over for winter protec tion. It also serves as manure when the cut tings start growing in the spring; and cut tings treated thus make extraordinary pro gress, forming plants equal to two-year-old plants from winter or spring cuttings. Very few. it is asserted, fail. The new method of grafting roses is the insertion ot growing eys early in spring, instead of dormant eyes in the summer. They are inserted in the main stem one on each side, to torm symmetrical heads. These make, it is said, as much growth the first season as tho dormant eyes the second season. HinU fur the Month. Be sure to have the ground where you put onions next spring rich, and to make it so, cover it over with manure now, running it over in the spring and raking off all the coarse parts. Throw your coal ashes around your fruit trees and under currants and gooseberries. Don't throw away or sell wood ashes, but spread them around your peach and other truit trees. Carelully examine with a sharp instrument, the peach trees wherever gum is escaping, and kill the grubs. If uot clone before, trim currants, grapes ana gooseberries; cut up the cuttings 0 to 10 inches lung, aud bury below frost for spring setting. There is nothing better for hot-beds than leaves mixed with barn- ard manure, as they produce heal lor so long a time. We advise hauling now from the woods and throwing tuem under the horses and cattle T0 crow good roots from cuttings of quinces, currants, gooseberies, flowering shrubs, etc., it is we'll to take oil the cuttings the first open spell and bury in earth, so they will callous over before planting out in the spring. Cut scions of apples, pears and cherries now, and bury in sand for grafting. Fruit uecordcr. Ewe's Mii.k. At a meeting of the North British branch of the Pharmaceutical Society of Great Britain at Edinburgh on Wednes day an interesting paper was read by Dr Stevenson Macadam on "The Composition of Ewe's Milk." Having observed the extreme richness "f ewe's milk as compared with cow's milk, and even goal's milk, Dr. Maca dam arranged a series of trials as to the com1 position of ewe's milk yielded by animals fed solely ou good natural pasture, and on the e utue animals alter being fed on extra diet, including linseed cake, cotton cake and oats. Taking the total percentage of solids by weight in the milk, the average results were as follows: Town dairy cow's milk, 12 27; country cow's milk, 12 77; goat's milk, 13.48; ewe's milk on natural pasture, 18 1", and ewe's milk on natural pasture with addition ot feeding stuffs, 20.11; white. taking the fat in the solids, tho town dairy :cow's miik gave 2 .2; the country dairy cow's mnk gave 2.8; goats milk, -I.-jI; ewes nnik on natural pasture, 0.77, and ewe's milk f' feeding over cows or goats milk was thus satisfactorily proved. HoiisK Taminu. While tuiKing on the suhjci-t of breaking hones a farmer referred toll in y's theiry that the subjection of one limit -.fa restive horse is suflicicnt to tame (tic w ;,iilu animal. Li illustration cf this the farm r quoted a Mexican ofliccr'M process ol hor Mining, which is practiced to a considerate- extent in Mexico aud South America in Hi: management of wild horses, lie took a cor", about the si.e of a common bed-cord, put r :ii the mouth of a horse like a bit, and .tied p lightly on the a.umal's head, passing I.I.: 1. i.;ir motor tho wtrino" rmt rminf'nllv ...... " " . . U . I J tight, but tight enough t.i keep the ear down litis duuc, tie ,)atl(.d ,1)C J)orje e:j;.. patted the horse gently on the side of the ht.aU nnd tommiUKied him K follow; ami desired. l ust Wnlkin? llorm. It has been shown that the production ot thoroughbred and trotting horses 1ms been largely in excess of the death rate, that as a necessary sequence the stock in the country is increasing lroni year to year, and unless a, foreign demand be created prices niut ine vitably decline. Ilrteilers shoulJ therefore i turn their attention more to tt e production ot I fast walking horses, both for the saddle and i general draught. The business would pay I handsomely, lor the utility and value of such J horses would soon m properly appreciated, i tit ma ifnutintr n Lf nnt c iLmunil i'liii-tt talitit I nol iikt.y dia inched, for the next halt, ni.ntlirv :iT Il'-lT I In t ll i I :k TIM a ii. .u.u A IK 1 n I hoisc does dot do half the work that a r.ipid walker is able to accomplish. I:i towns and cities whcie draught horses are used in the rr, ,;rn.. . .. ?, ,i1sI1.. .,. hall Ti. .... . ... ..r ....-. ..r liC I'dMCM 1 li tfePS 19 to bOTC & XlO'.C if! tllO top, say one or Cut salt- gatttage jfartorg. .NION OA.J111IACJK 1--AOTOUV u No. 57 Columbus Street, All Styles of Carriages, Buggies, SPMMi WAGON'S, &c, Constnutly on Hand and Made to Ordor. ... A thl. mnnit anil IrM wnrk. trhtll lnSttriB betiar and c heaps r work than any olher carlaga shoplDH the city. twpairiDK nuaur ana prompw none. rr; ij A MJtlACiraS, HUUOIKM, H. W. JONES, a o O a u o CARRIAGE FACTORY A'HOSZ ID WANT OF Ooou Carriages, lop and Open liuggus, Slide fit Rnotffles.Two-aeated owe buEilei. Democrat Wagons Sulkies. Ac, can Und them at tlus Factory, all or hitmen , nuikt Ol lue DM niiiCTidl bdu ia tup fnort apprcreu wpw nnitHnth. ALL lK4tf.'ilAT.aidforsaleatlowprlces. Also make to otmt ucH m or imjik i uepairing uoue promptly Painting, Trimming, Wood and Iron Work. Ottawa March 18. 1871. OTTAWA Carriage Factory, O-ATsr sc Porter, ritOI'ItlKTOKS, Mannfactnro and keep constantly oa hand tne various styles of oi.e and two rsawu 1'hrtnns. Itockaways, hlncle and Double Hukkipk, with or without tops, and the various styles of Democrat and bprlng Waguus called for lu this market. We also manufacture a Jump and Slide Beat, which for neatness and convenience as a one or two-eated cnrrlxce Is nn nrpiisfied by any yet Inventud. Our work Is strlcUy KINST CLASS and fully warranted. Orders sollclfd. If Send fer catalogue and -rlce list. J. O. OAT. Not. 21. lfT. B. H. POUTKR. OTTAWA CENTRE Wagon and Carriage Manufactory, JOHN D. VETTE, Prop'r,' On Suoerior Street, near the River House. old " Foa Hsvlnsf Introdm mi many Imporiant lniprorn;ir.ts In his ola!ihtimtnt. mukinv it lhi IttrafHt aid inont con pleli' In thi' city, then ndfntUni'il limlin rami era ami ol tiers dp-Inn now sions or old 0014 reiialn-d, or wlalilii Fine I'nmily t'urrlaeei. IIukuIi-h, I'lin-tou anil I'rsnytlnni In hlH line, to ffhhlm a call All work war rantAl und prices tnat dvty tlltswa, May IMh. 1S7T,. I omnuUtion, JOHN 1. VETTK. vstKA(Trm:n of CARRIAGES BUGGIES. &c, i jrmror Cilntor. ami Ur.non Streets, OTTAWA. - - ILLINOIS. AH kind of f TTTmri. anl onrn bnrt. temorrt ' Wimronn, Btroh? nd rHl f:trinTi ' w(-tu.i ou band 1 nri'i noId ttt'" lorc Dr1rr. t a --iiipigj urw ihi rinniT. inn sni prrpn T'r an Kim. of rvpurire on the stiartest notice at me lui prices. ) ua rarriacrs aie TKIMMED IN A MANKES EQUAL TO THE BEST IN THE WEST AM work rnanintpr4, snrt If not satlsfaftury no rharfv win nr mior, our mf irn'i ir rs.n. M ran rhIr thananr .ihr aiwiufstnrrr In lhalieeunn lall and: see mj stocc cl tuftla. g.,k., &c , tiefun- SUTir.f. Ottawa. Jure .IC3. y C. II ANN. IF YOU WANT To dort-- Totiwlt. hare all tb P'tent V.dteinni thi-areff-iodlor ai.ytrur, and a,a.. that Wuraa to en- all SWrl. K T. I.KIIil.. 0 St, HArl.MA.-v. GENERAL JOB PRINTERS. 18 L- Salle Street, Wtit of tt Coart Eonae, OtUwa. Ills. L'lI'K KMdl.lMii Arsis l-'ti-; T s.TATIOXAsli-t.:aiBaadt'"t1a'-1 -at fSMAa MAfKMAX'S 8 S o o C. HAHN, fatsrcUanrous. OSfflAN&HAPEMAN West of the Court House, HAVK A Li.iHH l-J NTOCK OF FINE BOOKS P0H EVERYBODY. Popular Authors, in half calf. Popular Authors, in Morocco. Popular Authors, in Antique. Popular Authors, with Illustrations. Juvenile Books, m Sets. Juvenile Books, in Single Volumes. Toy Books, in Oil Colors. Toy Books, in Linen. Juvenile Histories. Works in Natural History. Fairy Stories and Fables. Books of Animals and Birds. Fine Quarto and Smaller Bibles. Large Print Prayer Books. Photograph Albums. Fine Writing Desks. Fine Work Boxes. Chessmen. Backgammon Boards. Toilet Sets. Card Cases. Pocket Cutlery. Fairchild's Gold Pens. All are cordially Invited to call and examine our stock. OS.TIAN & IIAPBWAN, SPUING? STOCK (IF llli JUST KKCEIVKD AT OSSAX & HAPEMAM'S, West of the Court House Square, Consisting of latest styles of Embossed. Cold, Stencil and Satin Papers, with all the cheaper styles also, Decorations, Borders and Fresco Papers,-all of whch will be sold at the lowest prices. Call and examine our stock before ourchasing VVQCHENBLATT PUBLIHED KVKY 1'HIDAY, AT POST OFFICE BLOCK, T'I-AWA, llI.M., Is tlic Only (icnnan Paper in La Salic Comity, Also between Chicago and avenport, and therefore well adapted as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM. COUNTED IN! COWIES & BDRT1SS In leland Rabb's Old Stand. COUNTING OUT, The old slock of Stoves, &c., at prices that suit customers. COUNTING IN, A new Stock ol' Hardware and House Furnishing (ioods. of as (U)Oi quality and as As ( asli and Lonx Kxpcri cncc can procure. Call in un vmi iZ't to the lot arc tn!k- ; 1 1 if i j.s ! II I vn,i i'litt lilt Ill: ailtiillt . lilt.aa. rl.arv 1 P A P B n Tie Stnrfflont WinflMill sshtghtg school. jn -1. M SING CUS FOR BOYS 4 GIRLS T . l-n '. Il'i Vri.4 r' t-ienl'lva'e th" ! M i lr, 1 I , e.. FV'.iy ViVilbliV oiiij ti.rilsy ARcriiOGn 1 1 ir-vi 1 r. s'&r. I;iwlrunjntAl. ,V U. HI rti.Lr.K Ml i li.M.Mi iWl't II I f aM-.tafltM ;r I I 1 tvif rvwrws. I . . a Lla as. A tl , ..: s. . I tfrKr. jnpemees & X5.XJC3-C3rISTS, Cor. of Court and Madison Streets. Ottawa. Ills. At thin Establishment you nil Cnd a lart; ni com pie- tov ut Pure and Fresh Drugs and Medicines ALL THE KEW AND POITLAK PATENT MEDICINES. Drueillsts' Sundries. Tn neo Notl.mn In jtreat variety. Choice l-erfuniery. Hair UUa, Toilet Sosps, irt everything peera for tin, lollet Kund. The Palm. oil. VaruUband Artist Manorial moi kls tlir Uritest and ntualrowpleie In tbecrfuntp Gfery thing that tlie Fresco, Carriage, House aud blxa Painter needs, our aim Is to Sell the Best Goods at Prices to Please All. Prescriptions are Carefully Prepared of Pure Materials. 33 Tjf MAIN STREET, SOUTH 8IDE,) t import and keop ortanllt an hand, a, large and well selected stock ol DRUGS A. IT 3D O K E M I C A 3-, . ill h new and popular PATENT MEDICINES, EXTRACTS AND SPICES Vor Cnl'.narv Ce. Perfumeyy, Brushes, and Fancy Article for the TOilet, Paints, Oils, arnisnes, mnaow mass, ac. Particular Attention given to the Compounding of riiyslcltins Prescriptions. HARTSHORN'S SELF-ACTING SHADE ROLLERS No Cords or Balances. For Male by OSMAN & HAPEMAN. This Is acknowlertpeil hysf.me or the leailln farmers of this anrt other counties to lie the lieet WImJ Mill h'oiiiflit yet before Hie public, henrt lor circulars mid price list l loreparchasluK. Mnnalactuied oy WM. STORMONT, Athls Founilry. Machine Shops & MnlleaWe Iron Works. BepLll W. OTTAWA. ILLINOIS. Catholic Prayer Books A large and fine assert mctit ol Catholic Pray or Hooks just re ceived at OSMAN & II AT KM. WN, west of the Court House. JOHN ROOTS' CKLKHHATI.I) BITTERS Havesnrh aeeclded renntuHoii for enrailve powers that It woulilliea aensil.le thlr.it to n Hut." a trial. Lesii me, adviTtlS'-inenl To .hake or not to sn ike. IS ine i; -u i I. It he'.ter to shake with the A jnr rrvcr. or to take one nutlle.,1 .11 ill N i: ii TS' HIT1 KKS a:..! ('Z?Ju, l malaria slrlrkin from every ...calltv on ihl Coiilloetit whose Inhabitant, an- tro.ll.l. d aith the sMverliut plague I hen come. n lm r. alnf .le-nand lor the only I n-enta tivrand hrartirar.t i.f mslaila .rovl.l.d hy the M l.-nci. to eradicate and drive the said dlwa.ea Irom the systeiii hv , the use of .II.IIS Id I' l H' III II Kli! : Kuril as 1 yphijld or Tvn us Fever. Hv.ia-p.la. Jaundice. I Iv. rnr Kidney t oui Plaints. Loss of ApiH'tlie, I'ain. In th" Hark, or Weakness. ilesi:cl.er llllll.'iis Attsrks. Ill ll.l telil or Hcariel J ever or any other klrd of Fever, alien taken In time, and used according io direction. aernmpan)lni( eai h Imtile. They am Sold by all DrunKists. JOHN HOOTS. Malli'teetnn-r. No. f 'l M neca Kt.. Illilfslo, S. . Tor sale by VAN W'HAAt K. KTKVKNKON HFID. Wholesale Hiinra'is'". and Agents lor .loliii Loots llliters. Noa. W slid 91 Lake at . Chlcaf... Hold In Ottawa by H. lloLI.K K I I! t O.. Wholesale LWi'ior Ih'alrri. sepi-iy FOUNDRY MACHINE SHOP. J. ISKNZ, rroprietor. HOF.S ALL KlNHf OF REPAIRING Pron ptly si. J Sat. ! i. ' : .i Makes Casting, Brace Works, Sc., In .ho't. Is nri'psre.l ti do s'l .! Work oa .noit i oti e. 4 of I. on Shop, Foot of l.a SaUcSlm't. Near Illinois l!!v. r lliM'-. I"I'A WA, .Jsi.nsry th. :t'.. I l.l.I II'. 0 s M A Ai. 1 1 A ( MA.v, Firt-('lass Blank Hooks, Print his iV Statioiu r.v, West of the Conrt Hous Ottawa, 111' (MSI. IS IM-: . ftmit aiir ...!. ie.;.. ly.rl. I Ivor. H:it-r ard 1'nnir t'er a. it l ,m-tl I ar. I'er.s parehs-ti.r a- rsn l eirh.i.ted at y tu e wihia . or, m-n'h if td-v do r-rt stilt the r- d. Witm a II sp- ' man. went ol i uuil ll 'uw.o'lsaa. n::n. is. BLANK HOOK (iouVpKXs Tea Hohtrrs. red I'eneil Caaea. ot th fir. rat a'ot I'.uat rKealile isaUiy. at Osrns liar-err in s, wran.l (.' art llvosa. V I . All !.-. C-tlltltAK- Kn.Ml 'S. . A ItMH I , f- s It I ASP car 1 VM 4V" ILI III!!, at erX AH SHtltS l?l I III I.Lo J V . . I.i-:-i:ii. . sr :kS ia ni!o UralA raasTassras uiru sajljsaSWatJr cm ring, Wtwt of La Unite Htrel. OTTAWA ILLINOIS' GOO l HOOKS FOIl ALL. Kor salehy OSMAN IIAPKM AN, 18 La Salle St., Ottawa, Ills. Any af thvis Books will be forwardesl ty maU, poat paid, on receipt ol price: Allen's Rnral Arehltectnre II Allen's American i-'arm Hook I B) Allen's Homeallc Animals I Id American Oentlemnr's Hiablt Ouirte l.S American Chess flayer's Hand lUiok l.SS A'wood's t'onntry and aubnrbxn Henaee l.JH Alms and Aid- tor Clli I and Voting Women l.SH itsop's Kables. Illustrau-il with atxty eKravloi(a I.dl II eon's Mannal of Oestnre 1.T5 Best of Kverythlnr 1-9 Bell's Carpentrr Made Ka.y HoKardos1 Meld. Cover arrt Trap Phouung 3.a Muck's New Hook nf F.owers l.TTi Chorlton's Ornpe Orower's (iulde T5 t'h-Teland's Landscape Architecture IO tJole." Amenean Krult Book T t'onibe'slonatltuilon ol Man 1.15 Children, ihelr Management in limits and Ptiwate 1.7. Onshlng's Manual H Padd's American Cattle Doctor l.VI IMKi'sllnnand Duiiepola 1J Dlct'yof Teryifaydlfflcnlllesorliardwordsmaileea?7 1.09 Ki!lenton's t'lrcolt Itliler 1.15 Kcleston's Knd of the World l.r.O tKlrstiin'. Ilnosler Hrhmilniasier 1.S5 Kyliston's Mys'ery ol Mrtropolltvllle l.'o r.uieston s & sian oi minor 1. 1 In nil Hhaile Trees l.M Klllot's Western Fruit tirowcr's Guide , Kit l'erklns(a larec) Ko.ter'a erehlstnrie Kaces or the L. S Kulier'a Korent Tri'e ( ulturlst r oller's Umall Frnlf Culturl.t , (ianliier'a arrlsge I'alnter'a Mannal Uardner's How to i'alnt Oemsol Oc.lrt-inl'h lllu.lraied tira's Kchool and Field Hook or U"l ny . , Grsirlella. Krom the French ol Lanmrllne. 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