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OTTAWA FREE TRADER; siTUKDAY, SEPTEMBER 15, 1877.
The. Ilunteil Fox. Tli'' follow in '.r liiK'ilnti' vouched ''"r " coltish clfiyniim, nephew tliu old lady wl. In frit mled poor Kcynanl: Miinv Dorics have hecn tol.l to illustrate the extraordinary wiiracitv, or what i commonly, hut 1 think unfairly, i-HwI ttu- t iinnin.ir of the 1'on. The singular nhitl ami device resorted to liv that clever animal to Him,' the hound in piu-cit of him oil' the scent or to escape their furv have ofieii excited my admiration, and I cniili'.s tliat in reading the details of a fox cliii--' in v Minpathy always goes with the pur sued, not with the pursuers. There i one an ecdote of a fox savimr his life hy a hold and happv stroke, which 1 know to i. perfectly a'ii:h'"iilie, and have much pleasure in now 'Hitting il on record. 1 on,- day, f iiirinir the huiilm:;' season, a lady siitin';: in the dining-room of an old man-i-iuii house in the south west of Scotland, w hen she suddenly heard the sound of horns and hounds, and ierccived that the chase was pas sim; not far from her door. In a few minutes :.he was startled by the crash of a broken pane in a section of the how window near which she vvas sitting. Looking round she saw that t!ie d imaw had not been done by any stone or I .-til thai hitd struck the jrlnss but by the hunt ed fox, which had thus made a desperate dash for his safety. Kcvnard was in the room, per fectly worn "out with fatigue, and seemed pit eous! v to implore protection. The lady of the maiiMou would not have linen a woman had she not sheltered the poor animal who had tlutiu' himself upon her mercy. , She instantly t.pened a wall -press in the room, and, as she pointed to the bottom of it, the fox entered mid i.lloued himself to be securely shut in. The shutter was closed upon the broken pane, a:id .-. few hounds that appeared in front, of the house, after running suspiciously about for a little, were called oil' to join the pack. The lady from her window had the satisfaction of seeliv the huntsman at some distance diirsins awav for half an hour at a covered drain in which they supected the fox had taken refuse and through which he had probacy passed. After their fruitless search "the field" went off disappointed, having had ti capital run, but lost their fox. .Meanwhile " the villain," as some of the sportsmen railed him, lay safe in his snug quarters, lie was allowed to remain in the house all night, and in the morning la was offered by his kind protector a good break fast of porridge and milk, of which he hearti ly partook. The worthy Scotch lady, in telling t'he.-tory, used to conclude by saying that when the fox had finished his breakfast, " he wairgit his tail and iraed liU ways." sisire Some IllustrrtteU Hooka. The New York Time tells how many of the showy books peddled through the country are illustrated. It says: Not long ago a subscription house got out an illustrated work on the East. Wanting a representation of one of the giant cedars on Mount Lebanon, and not having any cedars on hand, it substituted therefor the Charter Oak at Hartford, and the trick escaped detection. On another occasion, it is said, that in an illus trated volume of the theohtgical order an old cut of the Matterhorn was compelled to do du tv tor Mount Ararat, and an Erie (.'anal boat. w'.ih some alterations, was put forward as a ximilf of Noah's Ark. there has been no Yr.-.l to the pictorial deception put oil upon pi ous folks, who have received in it a reverent, and therefore an unquestioning, spirit, t'ltls of common New England gardens have been paraded in place of (Jeth.-cniane, and Mount 11 ilyokc in place of the Mount of Olives. An cient blocks, used in school geographies, are reputed to have rendered service in depicting Kiblican scenes to which they had not the re in (test allusion. Thus the noted Kuinsof Pal myra, familiar to every child of the pu-t gen eration, has gone into books as Sodom and (iomorrah before they were destroyed by lire from heaven, according to the Scriptural ac count, and became the IJuried Cities of the l'iain. Sacred history is in this manner be lied, because nothing like a description of those cities has ever been given, nor has any trace of them been discovered by curious ar- Ch.TOlogistS. Some subscription publishers of the r.nre LTiierate kind are understood to have taken un warranted liberties with their fellow-countrymen. Two or three years since a publishing house issued a trashy, sensational volume, claiming to be the lives of notorious criminals during the last half century. Any blanks in the careers of the culprits were til fed up with imaginary horrors, and all their misdeeds w ere grossly exaggerated, in order to present the lovers' of such refined ami cnuohliiur literature with the iiio-t highiy-spiced morsels. When the manuscript was finished and the proper il lustrations w:v looked for, it was found that only a certain number of the scoundrels' like nesses wer. obtainable. The question was iiow to siiim'v their "laces with assumed por traits that should Li i ,etray the cheat. After FARM AND GARDEN. Carriage jfartotj). OA.llItIA.OK PAOTOItY 1 1 IOIV 1T7 . "T Vi i xvt.x: . . u-,yTX t i XJy K.W In inn ii o in nvmrni.mi i Mi Ar, I I , 1 fHterellaneous. The) Coining I'otuto. Avery practical and sensible communiea. lion appears in the Auwric in Cu'tinitur fromi Win. .1. Fowler, of Pitt-ford. N. V.. on thesub-l ieci of potntoes. He savs the tieachblows have run out. and thinks the reason may ne ioiinu in oliintinir mii-i'io seeil. MallV believe that just as good crops may be raiseif from planting! small potatoes as from larire, full-grown pot a-1 toes. This may be true-, provided the small potatoes are ripe, lint small potatoes are not as like'v to be ripe as the larire one-, and, iienee, it is the much better plan to plant only small; ones. In regard to the early rose, Mr. Fow ler say.s : "The early rose is inquality superior to the average lieaehblow. It is not, however, so good 'for late keeping, and, a worse defect still, in the eves fit l ie i-ToWCl'S. It IS llOt Ileal' V SO productive as formerly. The truth is that thej early Mse, like most very early potatoes, needs; the richest soil. One reason tor tins is that, land which is rich it moister in the time the potatoes are swellinir. W hen w e firs the carle rose, ci'-ht or nine years atro, farmer- planted them in gardens or on the richest cor-j SPUING M ners of their fields. It is in these rich spots! that the immense yields, "at the rate of" ever Constantly on Hand and Made U Order. 1 I so many bushels per acre, were piou ueu. Thejr do th,lr 0tfn n.00(l an1 lr3n worfc, trtu, ln,ar,n drown ill ordinary soli With only Ileal culture, tretter andclieaper worn thaa nay otber carlae ahoplaji uie cny. OSMAMAPEMN '! West of the Court House, ' UAVE.V 1.AUOKSTOCKOF r IPIHB BOOKS FORjPure and Fresh Drugs and Medicines i! EVERYBODY. Cor. of Court and Madison Streets, Ottawa. Ills. At tlilt Katablisiinient you will find i lar and compter atomic o( ALL THE NEW AND POPULAU PATENT MEDICINES. a. i ii MAW ! No. .7 Columbus Street, KiislAII Shies cf Carriages, Braes, they often produce less than 10') bushels per acre, and in large pieces .-eldom go abuve !() bus be s. "The early Vermont potato is so nearly like, the rose that it has been doubted whether they) are distinct varieties. There is a difference lint P is Jiirl,t Tin' Vermont seems to lie a seed 1 in -j, reproducinirthe early rose as it was . e ' ' . . I.":.... .. i;l!.. l.,.tl.... a lew years ago. ii is s jam mnu unm quality than the rose of to-elay ; hut it also is deteriorating in productiveness, through being planted year after year on too poor land. The new seedlings, as a rule, run out more quickly than our old varieties ; probably from receiv ing less care ami being planted on poor soil. A ureat many early rose and early Vermont potatoes have been planted this year. Their early maturity makes the work of lighting the potato-beetle much less severe. This, at least, was what farmers hoped at planting time. In practice we find that the early potatoes have so much less vigorous vines that the potato beetle seeks them by preference over other va rieties. The season for lighting the potato beetle may be a short one; but it is sure to be an active one, if the potatoes are saved. "The coming potato must be a strong, vig orous grower. The larger the vine the less Ittpatrlng neatly and promptly done. Prices very low. H. W. JONES, a o o 0 u a u o a 2 ? O Ml C CARRIAGE FACTORY j Wagon and Carriage Manufactory, i'HOSK IS WANT O? liable the beetle is to lay her eggs on it; morci Goon Carriages, lop and Open lluagm, Slidt likely the eggs are to be rotted by rains, dews, I Sat BuKglet.Two-jeated open dubIm. Democrat Wagona I . J . , .. , .... i Sulklea, tc, can find them at tins i .K.'tory.ull of hunwn , or the sapof the vine before hatching; and ' tke ( eunuiuriat hnl In tUe t..,. 'wrnred itylt when hatched, the more leaf there is for theiunciiiA. all WAKHASTED,tu? WMovvcei. lame to eat before llestHning the crop. 1 lie, promp,iy paintlncTrlmmlan, Woodandlron Work, late rose and the peerless have seemed to tlllj Ottawa March IS.1ST1. the bill for a profitable market potato better: - ' than any other varieties. They are immense-' OTTAWA CENTRE ly productive aiei have sufficiently vigorou tops. 1 have this year, however, seen and tested two new varieties which promise to be as nearly hug-proof as is possible. The first of these is Wells's seedling, an early potato, r sembling the arly rose, but exceedingly vig-i orutis and productive. One piece, which lex-1 amined this week, I should estimate at three! hundred bushels per acre. The quality is ex cellent, equaling early rose. Its time of ripen ing is about a week later than that variety. "The Eureka is the most promising new po. tato 1 know. It is apparently more productive than any other, and its top grows so vigorous-! ly that it would be impossible for potato beetles; in our climate to keep it eaten down. It is1 also of superior quality and keeps well till late! in the season. Some which 1 ate last May! were better than any peaehblow I ever tasted! so late in the season. When fairiv introduced nn 3.inrirr Stnflr. nr ) Popular Authors, in half calf. Popular Authors, in Morocco. jPopular Authors, in Antique. Popular Authors, with Illustrations. Juvenile Books, m Sets. Juvenile Books, in Single Volumes. Toy Books, in Oil Colors. Tov Books, in Linen. Juvenile Histories. Works in Natural History. Fairy Stories and Fables. Books ot Animals and Bird. Fine Ouarto 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. Prurclsts' Sundries, Yannre Notions In (treat variety. Choice Perfumery. Hair Oils, Toilet Soapj. ad everything uaeti lor tuc lollet MiuW. The Culm, on, Vratii and Artixt Material muck Is the larueit auJ mot complete la the cmatf bvery thins tliiat tUe fresco, Lmrlaue, House aud bljtn fainter need. Our aim U to Sell the Best Goods at Prices to Pleas9 All. Prescriptions are Carefully Prepared of Pure Materials. :o HUG MAIN STREET, SOUTH SIDE,) West of La ifalle Streeu OTTAWA iLLlNOIh Alt are cordially Invltod to ca!I and examine oar 9ioc. ONMAN fc IIAI'KJIAN, SPEIITG STOCK Of to the coiisiinier.s of our larire cities, the Etireku will rival, if not excel the Mercer anil jieaeh. Iilow of former day.s or the early rose, early Veniiont, and peerless of the lresi-:)t." Dr.vi.M! Plants koh thk llKi;;;.viiit M A Vienna journal remarks: "Most botanical stu dents must have reirretted the change of 'oIor which jilants underiro on dryintr. We are here int'ornied that this inconveiilcncc may lie oli. viated liy diiinir the plants in a warm mix ture of 1 part hydrochloric acid and (il) a!co. hoi, shaking them to jret rid of the siiperllwoiis fluKl, anil Hu n layinir tlicm in warm lilottm: iaier, which ouirht to lie chaii'ii dat le;istoni dnily. Uv this means, the plants will not on ly dry (pilckly, !mt will u!s,( retain their nat lira! color." JOHN D. VETTE, Prop'r, the old 4,F5i River House. Uavlnz Introdui-i many Important Improv BilnblUhmcn', :imk!r.' It the lari(est and i WALLPAPER JUST ltECEIVED AT OS MAX ic irAPEMAM'S, West of the Court House Square, Consisting of latest styles of Embossed. Gold, Stencil and Satin Papers, with all the cheaper styles also, Decorations, Borders and Fresco Papers,--all of which will be sold at the lowest prices. Call and examine our stock before purchasing i imvrt nuc keef eoaitantif -n l-and, alargt and wlleleetfc stock of D r X7 C S A. 1ST jD CHEMICAL?. all h new and 'iopaUr PATENT MEDICINES, EXTRACTS AND SPICES For Cut:nar Use. Pcrfunipyy. linisltes. ami Fancy Articles for the TOilet, Paints, Oils, 'Tarnishes, Window Glass, Ac. reticular Attention given to the Compounding of Thysiclans Prescriptions. HARTSHORN'S SELF-ACTING SHADE ROLLERS Xo Conls or Balances. for f-t ll I o Uy OSMAN &. HAPEMAN. Catholic Prayer Books A large and line assortment ot Catholic Prayer lioolis just re ceived at OSMAX & HAPEMAX'S, west oi' the Court House. GOOD HOOKS FOR ALL. Foraale by OSMAN" A HAPEMAN. W La Salle St.. Ottawa, 111". Any f there Books will be forwarded ty inatl, post paid, oq receipt ot price': Allen'i Rnral Arohltectnre Allen'i Araerlcao ( arm BouW l.V Alien' Domestic Anlnuls l.(' American (ienlleniap's ritahlt (inide :!5 American Chess Player's Hand Book I . Arwood's Country and Suburban Houses t.v Alms and Aids for (ilil and Voting Women l.W -:hod's t ables. I!lutrated with sixty enitraviniss l id Huron s Manual oi oesture Best of Everythlnit Bell'K Carpeutrv Made Easy ltnirardns' Field, (over ardTrap sliootmj Buck's New Book ot Flowers C'horlton's;rpe Grower's (lulde Cleveland's Landscape Arctillecture Coles' American Fruit Book Combe's Constitution of Man Children, tbelr Management in U?a!ttt and Dl-eaie... Cushtnu's Manual Dadd's American Cattle Doctor Dlirestlon and lynen-la Dlct'y of very day dittlcultles or Hard word-, made ea.-y 1 .00 Helioton s circuit isiiier i l.-R l.W 5.H' is l.v "i l.-.s l.W 1 . TH7 la-JSLUE rovements la UU I mott com plete In the city, the underslijned Invitesi arai- ers aim oiuers ueiinii uew wairnuaor old ones repaired, or wishing Fine I'uimly Carrlai;e, ltug!I, JMiiitton-i and Deuiotrai WajfUiM, Uranythtnz In his line, topivehini a rail. All xnor'i war ranted and prices that c'.tfy co:utt'.tiun. Ottawa, May 15lh,lS73. JOHN I. VETTE. OTTAWA ,e! Carriage Factory. JOHN ROOTS' CELE11KATE1) BITTERS i olil volume, lon out nf - I'evinijrelieul cK-rirytnen .t.i jiortraits, win opportune , were enarse wootl cuN, :c tlint it s'ein(-il to tie' , otilil pass current for vi! . . e. 'J'lie work w:i is-ui-!. . sively ailverii-ed a-, a moral the youn i from the le ! -o ir:h it fell into tin . lir. ironle. who led no liaraeters of the ras- riiveil i'DUiitenaliei s. renders detected the ,iie i .. onsKlel'.'ible sr:::" jirint, of hioirra; . "fa liyirone day. !y disem cred. 'i ;;Hd ho wretelii-tii; ;n;I.Iisher that i. i'lins of tli;.' dei ; ;,nd as it was e. ;ni!i!ii atirn to 'innin.s of vie . . Hands of many i i!i:Ueii!ty in reau. - i ls lv tlicir t:tt' ttct'iil'f' !ilr jnllll' ij! t'i :i!;eness between the criminals and certain ar t d preachers still iinirerinif on their earthly st.iLre. IiM'overy after discovery was made, i;nd tiniiiy the whole fran.l was revealed; !nt i'n' exposure, it is asserted, only increased the .x !c of the noxious lumk. A ci rre.-poiuient, ri'ferrinir to a recent noti on the nirdiiiiir of a tree at I'aris. nu'iition-- the sti ipliir.'j cf a!-, apple tree about the th of May, by Mr. Alden Caldwell, of ISlootn liiirton. Conn., not only without injury, b it with benefit to the tree. Thi.- is not an iinu" nil practice, tl'.ouh the date is a little early. It is jieiicra'ly done about the first or second week in June. It i.- explained in this way: A new layer f l ark and wood is firm-l every ". ar';i tit? iroml of l.ixt yt.tr. Alter the inn. ei '.is'ni itter known as can'ibium is formed the v 1 cells absorb it, and by the aid of this nutri tion irenninate. It is this irermination of the o' 1 cel'.s which makes the new winal and new ! i.-k. A tree, then fore, can le entirely stripp ei' of its old bark, after this mucous matter hu t een formed, w ithout any detriment to the pro. taction cf new wo.d and bark; Ixiause jtit t, i'n t'.ie tree was almut to make it at any rate. A new layer cf wood and bark annot I m" form. ( .!. however, if the lat year's wood-cells are c :it away, as well as the bark; and this i what generally done by the wood-clcarcr ( the W est. And this is what yirdlinsr docs not if tee bark is taken off late in the .-casoH, V-came tin1 new layer of bark ot the present year jhi I. ( with the older layers and leaves" the liare w xhI to tlrv iu and die. If the Paris tree merely had its bark taken ot' just at the time when it was making its new layer, as refern-d t ty our correspondent, there would !e noth i 'i "remarkable a!out it: hut the understand is that, when grilled, there was a d,.n1 -ir-t of wmk1. and yet the tri-e liveil and carried ;: its reirular wo'ik fi r yt-ar-. a flourish. To IiiiKAK t i' a Sen iNo Hex. Our lady frii lids w ho jrciierally have charge of the poul try deiar!nieiit are sometimes worried and tor tured by the obstinacy of hens that persist in sitting "when they are not wanted to perform that duty. Many plans have been tried to pre vent hens from sitting, suchastossiiii; them in air, or driving them from place to place; but the I 0 S3 o er to patl: ;iji;e;.; that T (M 0 U wav is to fasten a sarins to the hen's: a itr or five feet in IciiL'th, and tie the oth-j take driven in the irroiind, close to thej 0 here you are in the habit of passing fre- (j y. Tlien scare her as often as you rol iv. me (lav etfects a cure. Amcrifiiu I 9 ! cured inai.i.' fod'ler out i.i t o feed it in tin- stall as hav ae cui is fed, rKOI'JtlKTOKS, Manufacture an 1 kiwp constantly on Nan1 tr.e various styles oi or. a:m iwo efao'u r:.r ir.s. Uucxawa .s, sisj.e !s u.is(,.ul. cannot i.cc-u aione oi jin,..loul;-Il,1i.M.wlinrwitil.,u t.-pi. an I the viriiui a-i'. : '.Jillict to hay ; t ll'C It profitably it !stvh of Democrat aaJ ttprln W.in called tur lu this, inn ...-'iiiiely cut and well mixed or alter'nat-! ""wlilV.n n,nrt, . j i -.k,k,...! ci ii. I m .I.e some .similar ma lar articles confa or cot;o(l-seed meal, brail, or! neatnesand cuvenleni- ai a one or two-seated carnal. i il,.i i il I.!y.. i. I -.n, I Is unurp;n-d oy any yet !nvenrd. O ir work i Cr:ct;y l.ll.il.li. .U.I.I' Illi ,11 amt simi-UKsT( LASS and rulfy warranted, orders solicit d. tain too much albuminoids, fat 1 l"Siidrr catalogue anli.-n.-e list. ' !, Hi ll) ILLir IVOCHENBLATT PUBLIHE3 EVEBY FSIDAY, AT POST OFFICE BLOCK, OTTAWA, j 1,14., Is the Only (ienn.ui Paper in La Salle County, Also between Chica.zo anJ davenport, aud therefore well adapted as an ADVERTISING MEDIUM. TI-IK OTTAWA GAS CO I Gas and Steam Fitting, r? &&zrr Wroagh: Iron Pipe, Fixturea, Fittiagi, Sic, Juraished at Itavo sm'li a redded repiitnilon for curative powers that It would lies seuail.le tlilnz to irive them a trial. lad the advertisement. To snake or not tosuske. Is the question, i. ii i ui! t.i ti, uit.iL'M m lit, tim A?iti I'fver. or to take one nettle of JOHN UooTS' lUTTKIls and be free Je malaria strlrken from every .oralltv on this continent, whose liihatiltauU are trouhleil II Ii the shlverlnz plaaue t i,... ... ... iiii r,...iiiiT iiHimiiid for the on V l're.enta- tiveand Eradleant or muiaila provldeil liy the belenee. to eradicate and drive the nald dl-easea Irom the system ly the use of JOIIS IMIOTH' HIT! kits : fueh as 1 ypliold or Tvnhus Kever, Dysiieosla, .laundlre. I.lver or Mdney t 0111 nlalnta. Loss of AnpelHe, I'ains In the Hack, or Weakness, headache or Millions Attacks. Heml'lent or arlei l ever or any other kind of Kever, when taken In time, and used according 10 directions accompnuyinic eai.-u uomo. Thev are Sold by all Druggists. JOHN COOTS, ManulRf tutvr. No. Sen a St., ltutfalo, N. T. For sale hy VAN SCIIAACK. STfcVKNSON ft UKII). Wholesale Uruiezlats, and Airetita for John Loots Hitlers, Nos. 'J- aud III Lake bt , C'hlcso. Sold In Ottawa by U. IIOLLtt KR1 & CO., Wholesale Liquor Dealer.. sopJ-ly Kuleston's Knd of the World ... fc'Kleston'k llonsler Srliooluiaster Kijleston's Mys'ery of Metropollsvllie., hgieston a A sian oi nonor i I TIir SlnrmnntWindMill r 1 h hloi'i, Lawn suit fehade Trees KUlot's Western Krutt Grower's Oulde Hi i'erklns (at larei Foster's Prehistoric Rai es of the 1". Fuller's Forest-Tree Culturtst Fuller's Small Fult CilturNt Gardner's carriage l'aiuter's Mai.ua! Gardner's How to I'alnt t.eiin ut (ioldsinl'h. Illustrated (ray's School and Field ltoo of Uott ny .. l.ralella. From the French of Lao. ui tine Henderson's l-ardenln',' t"r I'len-ut e H-iidersoii's (-ardeninj for 1'rotlt Henderson's Practical Floriculture How to l;eud Character Hygienic Hsnd llnok Hnnd-Ilook ol Home Impror.-ment Flopes and Helps lor the Voua Mow to Write How to Heaars How to Talk , How to do Hustr.Fs Hall's Health by Good Lnui4 Hall's Sleet. Hall's Cousin and Colds Hunter and Trai ner Hill's HlKhnay Manual Haines' Townhlr Orzanlatlon Laws Julian's Interest Tallies Library of Mesmerism and Psychology Lite at Home Moral Philosophy Mathew's (letting On in the World Muthew's Ureal Converters Mathew's Words; their I'seard Al'Use Memories. A btory 01 German l ove New Pnyslognom) : or. K'gns of C h.uai ter . . . (ratoiv,.saorct! and Becular Pope's say 011 Man, vtlth Notes Pretty Mrs Gaton IMnkerton's Firrcssmsa ard ihe lietectlve Plr.kerton't DetectlTe anil the bomnambulist. . Plnkerton's ( lande Melnotte Plnkerton's Modeltown and Detectives Painter. Glider and Varntsher Qiilsbv's Mysierletnf llee Kwpu g Uulnn's Pear ( nlnire for I'rol'.t Hoe's Play and Protlt 111 My Garden Rural Studies Homt's Commercial Calculator 1 llolverts' liules of order 1 Self Culture and Perlecrlon ol Character ' Slime Idol. A Love Legend of Dakota ; Thomas' American Fruit Culfrlsi. New vol.. The Primer of Political Fconomy 1 ayior s in camp and t i"in Taylor's The World on W he, 1. The (tight Word In the P.ight 1'l.ce Woodi Hrt's 'I rottimr Horse of America Woodward's Snbiirliae and Country Houses . Woodward's Country Home. Williams' Window (iardenln j Wi!inms' Household Fleesiide , Williams' Ladles' Fancv Worn Woman as a Wue an. I Mother Wrinkle, mul Kecipes Wells' Kvery Man 111 Own Lawyer .so l.-JS 1 w 1.35 1 50 I. Ml 1 1. it 1 K 1.1m 1 uu I IV , ii.Vi , '.' K' . I w . cut 1 '. j 00 1 ; " . . 1 M) . 1 Hi . l.TSl . I. iB . 1 SO . 1! i' . I 00 . 4 nn . i.m . i .;s . ! . 1.;-. . 2 1.1 . . I.M . 1 III . l.no . I "SI . 1 'si . I .HI .l.W . I. so . I.' . 1 HI . 1 V . 1 V . 1 no . ;s . 1 SO . 1 J-2? '. I So . I S" I .SO I .so .' so i so I J So I .SO am! starch for healthy and. economical cattle food; maize fodder contains too little of these' and too much coarc fiber; tie- two should !c' mixed. 1'n f. "ti,tii l. 11". .Hi'w.. 1 Sot. SI. IT. J. (i. GAY. b. a. ruin mt. C. HAHN, The Johannisbrod, a black bread ue 1 s,,: liirirely hy the llu-si.ni army fur fond, i made with a quantity of some kind of irrease, which! forms a substitute for Imtt -r. Is can le eaten' i (fry; out tlie KUssnm sufiiier ireters. wlnn lir can gi t it. to break tie- breiid into small piece-. Th"-e he puts into a lnwl and pours hot wa- ter over them. The ji'i'iH' develo'is into a ir.xvy si,i:m. and the whole forms a -imide kin I f Till.-., ... l'.,.,Ui.L.,r C. ...r, iv-S apple tree, sixty j'cars old, that liears rH.J. si :-d but wh;s!1-s apples. The sets! cells are reifivt. hut : sectl it-elf h is never Int-n found. 'Put deformity i caused, it is v.iid, !y The tn si-m ins upsid.e down, havini Ut-a -Li.tis! hv u-iidini: the tip of a branch into the roun-1. ii'l not cuttiaj it from the parent tn-e ttn'i! i: it id Ink en rt.l. A fry .sit.'ce f:il fanner in MichL'an claims; tliat it is one of the u-t rules of ecoaomv bo keep in debt all the time o tliat he :t:i barely j pay half of the principal each year. This !,'. claim- i- the Ix-st incentive to activity and in-' dr.stry, but we claim that to keep out of debt' entirely i the l-t means ,f attaining happi-; lie-s an i ;:ii''pi-:i'leiice. .r; St.itt- l!-jit. r. Indian 1; ki.ks. Slice 're, :i tmiit.N: and lav them i:i a .-i-ve with a handful of sa!t sprinkled through tie-m. a ( uptt:l to t ach iral-j lull of oni lt"S. Tile llet dav. -'iceme-U.ir-i ter the ijiiaiitiiy of onion-, a el lay i:i a!teniate layers v tie- to:nata--. in a jar. w ith spicc, in'termixisl. Then 11 t!c-jar with cold vine-j 'ar. Tomat'M-s. picked as they rip. n and ji;-t' thrown int." cold, spicisl vim-oar. are a tine Ii( kle and are made w ith very iitt'.t- troiilile. To ires ne fruit w!t!e;:t cm.ki.'iL": Allow a ound and a half of -a tr to a po'ind of fruit.! I'are ae.d slice or fiuarter the fruit and put in; layers altera itisl with layers of v.iirar. with j tl,i, L- I'lieri:!' sii eir i.n !li" ?i in :iiu! -i-m! liti' close to keep from the air. The flavor is thus; fully preserve!, an ! in laid' inter the fruit j will lie ft;a 1 rich and !e!ie ion . 'n-it' I''rt l'r'. J Auimt.s-k Lis ti.-!; ! a IVrT Ch.--t.ri cha k P'pairer. an I a-k'sl him. "U "hat time i it wh.-n titi time i;"-- -'r;k'- 1;: :;iae-!" 'Tiir. :.' n-vc.p-l." r ':!-! t'.e m..:. of tiaie. MANCFACTt"P.EP. OF CARRIAGES BUGGIES &c. t'iraerof CUotoa and Jacis n S'ree., OTTAWA. ILLINOIS. All klr.d. or carriages, top and opn :ii;!..dm va' wagons, strong and good farmers' w.in. sl.is on h tad and sold at th lowest price. I employ a fir.t-. lasa Trimmer. n1 a-n preparel f .r al Hints uf repmirlcz on the Shortest aot.ee at the w-t p.-lcea. My on carriages a:e TBIXXEO 15 A MANNER EQUAL TO THE BEST IN THE WEST. All work ruaranteerf. and If not satisfactory no rh irc" will he trade. I boy my nia'r:l lor e"h. and run s-ll cheaper than any oh. r aianntar'urr In l. saeco r.t. all and sre Diy stocK ol 0 ig es. sg,t., , v:ure buTlnsr. I Ottawa, JatiJ4,:-C..-:y C. HAHN. a Is not eMy a"il In the time., hot III M M M It can e n,a le ;n three months In v-1 : k M m M ' of eeter . in ar.y p.rr ot ti 11 m M m e'.unt'v. ho l.miiiinzto wi.- tea I-1 -VgS III Vi at thee. i, piny-ruefit thA we inrnl.ti. I sa jwr week in y ir own toan. Va r-d not 1 aa Irom .dh over niffht. Vsu ran sri.a jour whul rirri o th work, or onlr yor spa-r moaints. W e hare sints to mslof nm p"r d.y. A II ho ena at once ran mSr money fast. At the prwnt time mny rar.a-'t' ! md so a::y and ra,.diy at ar n'.hit ha. e. It' eos nMre to try th 6u iei TritiS and Hi'ft fr. Allrr-a a! onc. (1. HALLETT ( and. Mau.. U r't nioa FARMERS! Take your Keaix'rs ami .Iovts, Thn'slicrs, c, to WM. STOK-j MONT'S, for ropairs. iuti3mo.. AKITIDIETIC MADE EASY. BOPP'S EASY CALCULATOR Is s n nu'ieeation that must nrnve of Incalrulalile lien (It to rarm?r. M.-chanlca and (lusinss Men. It la so mt,i,l ni m t'fi it as to stsrtle the most scholarly, and )et so Kimtilr and tiff I" 'il that the must tuU'i't" In tj-ios r.i i.nMM ..; liis-oni his own weo'intkut. 1' thousand, to ji... In a initiate fcat tliey ccui 1 not iV'ei. tiicalcula'e in many nmntlia. The first part emit ilns an -ntlre:y "" yf'm of Th. ;s 1 mhlch show 'i n in.r th .-x.ct a'u- .ir a!laindii! , l.rain. Sti-K llav. Cca!. l.nmrT. Men lia-idi.. ti- . Iron .. miii.i up to a .'trt.'i.l. and lor any rhe that the Mar ket Is likely to i-ach : the Iiit"tet on any sum lor ariv tiu.e ai . 7. s (,d i'i percent. ; rorre t n a.uremeiit of all kiT's .f Lorn her. Saw Loirs. H-terns, rT nik. t.ranane.. Ilns. : Warm Hs. ur&Lil s, a Time. Wies and u.ar.y other; aluahle tale. In Sej-oiid p-t ! a 'i "-".' AH'hrretlc scd emnodlea a atmple mainrmati. al principle whtrU en v.les . : lamlll:ir with the cindatr.en'al ruks to hecm a dv'.:nn mn'riiw . and hy hli h ov.-r ti. ti..t. ol 'i.e figure, and , labor riuli4 hy iheopilinary metli j.la, an li nn. wan the'r Intrlcarte., areniOr','''"i's,i.i.f. 1 1 The work t ncciy printed on fine tln'e.: sr-r. !s well and el.-;at:y hoiu.d In re-cket h-ios sNm :, ir 1 ! acconi . ar:let hr a st.lcale a at. iniorandnm a. l -ei n,r Thu l scltnnwledired some of the lead In I farmera of. : this and other comities to be the liest Wlad Mill h-oujht 1 yet heiore the puhlic. fiend lor circular and price list he lore iiurchsrflt:;- M tuulactured ny Lovejoy's Metallic Weather Houses Atl.ls Foundry. M , S'm: h:. STL WM. STORMONT, Line Shop. & Mallealle Iron Works, OTTAWA. ILLINOIS. IJ LA SALLE STREET I i Indies' the rh.ne. in the -ather. and are pretty mantis ! ornaments. The lltt lady apiiears In la r a:id the m3 lu j s:or:ny weatlier. and they rvwt make nitaes. For sale i',r OSMAN' k HAPEMAN. Pec. t. o:ts. 1 HARDUfiRE MUCH & MANY THINGS STORE ' That noa-'s want can htounl at ir irnn 1 B. store jure creaa iartar. slices, e E. V olil COWLES & BURTISS II iii:a "it?. hv tar themostron plete.c- n;.rrhe:,le and -1. :U0: Mo eoner.ierit rsk -t r.ao'ial ever puhl'.h I. CKH K.-r llcad in i: i a i.eainer. i,. roeco.i: : I- in t ncMh t loth. I O' ber.t to ar.y a4 lres.oi. rrce-t t ot pric iidMA.N II AC- M AN. Matrh .i: ".awa.l: a. F ii i'iicivr t ifciv. I'tm r- V'NNAIS) ANH HILL B'MK-. a" .,, , i"fTTi TT.V ra Ilo'dera. and P-n.-ll Case. oi 1 f..' 'i rim en-t and n.ot rticble nnallty. at (sn5an 4 ll.vi.ifi. west of t j .rt IIojsb. w.an a-.d Aeican P et Hoo.s. at I SMAN - hfhIAs 1 ss. 1 .. !' ASI I alt a Ki .'. in an r ui ii- .4VAN H.U'EM S IF YOU WANT sr.rsxliW a,rtsJi. sni ..' ...'ori-.; I 1 0 ' J ,' ' V ' easrs. V. Ulillr.J ht-si .. i a: ! 'j l H .?is.- Shelf Hardware IH ILDEl.S' II All 1 WAKE, TINWARE, Vtitleii-W;ire, Stoves and Hnnires. Utawa. loasi h. 1st: CROUPS. A:or. otuer Holiday c-ds to be four.4 at H l'e Vi '.-arevr'lof the famous ac t aca s lul.-ed ?r..P. herk,-. a. d -taitui. toe Ba,.J." are tte latest of tirnw piee la of atatna.-. DON'T FAIL TO SEE THEM. FOR SALE. irto Dm. J. V M.akia. -... 1- -?.