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Sauatocja Potatoes. Some years ago
everybody ate of the fried potatoes prepared
iu some of the hotels at Saratoga, but more
e.peeiully at the "Lake lions" at Saratoga
lake, where they were prepared in perfection.
On one occasion, being there with atnend.a
lady and gentleman made their appearance on
the piazza where little tables are placed, at
which many persons were sucking their cob
blers and eating those pretty, curlcd-up pota
toes The parly was evidently English and
stylish society people. The lady stopped at
our table, and" partially stooping down to see
what in the world we could be eating, when
we quietly blurted out, '.'Potatoes!" .She
laughed ami passed on. but in a lew minutes
they were trying the article themselves, much
to their apparent satisfaction. Now, however,
we have potatoes cooked just as artistically
and toothsoinely as at Saratoga lake. The
way it is done is no longer a secret, and is as
follows: The tools are a common cabbage
cutter, two wire sieves and a "spider." Take,
say eight large potatoes, pare them and slice
very thin with the cutter, stir into it one tea
spoonful of salt to a quart, and let them re
main half an hour in that. Pour them into
the sieve to drain, and when well-drained wipe
the slices dry; put a pound of lard into the
spider, and when it becomes smoking hot put
in the potatoes. They must be constantly
stirred to prevent the pieces from adhering to
one another, ami until they are sultlciently
browned to make your mouth water, when
they should be served at once.
. e
A Spring f Cold Air.
New York Furnaccstalioii, on the Columbia
and Port Deposit railroad, is a natural curiosi
ty which greatly interests all the visitors to
that vicinity. It is a spring of cold air, from
which there continually rushes a strong cur
rent of air, the temperature of which is very
pleasant to those who climb the bill to exam
ine it. It is situated several hundred feet above
the river. Before arriving at the opening in
the ground, our attention was called to it, and
although everything was calm on the hill, we
could notice that the grass and leaves in the vi
cinity of the opening were being moved con
siderably by the wind. On approaching the
spot we "discovered a hole in the ground about
three feet in length and two feet wide, and from
this place a very strong current, of air was is
suing. It lias a temperature of about forty de
grees, which never varies, and it is always
driven out with uboHt the same force. It is
situated on the land of Joshua Hajrcii, and is
remembered to have been in the same condition
for the last fifty years. Several parties of ex
cursionists have climbed the hill to examine it,
ami all unite in saying it is worth a visit.
it is believed that, a stream of water runs
through the hill to the river, and that the open
ing extends from the surface of the earth to
that stream, the force of the current of air be
ing due to the swiftness of the water in its
course to the river. Ltinr.uter Pn. E.atmiiter.
Potato Experiment,
About the first of Anril I planted ond-half
an acre with Early Rose potatoes. The soil
was dark, sandy loam, well enriched. The
oiaioes were cut, ami pmiucu m wins m.
nches deep : a little dirt was then brushed on
to them; then iu the drills of one-fourth ol an
icro un cached ashes were uusteii, at me rate
of twenty bushels to the acre, while the other
tourtn acre was trcaieu 10 supcr-pnospjiuie m
the rate of eigut hundred pounds per acre.
The drills were then tilled with dirt and rolled
down. Through the season and up to July, we
all imagined the fourth acre treated to the
phosphate showed the best growth of tops.
On the 10th ot July a row twenty rotis long
was dug on each of the two plats, the potatoes
carefully sorted and measured. There was not
l pound dilference in the weight of the pro-
duet of the two rows, and there were as many
small ones in one lot as the other. 8. 11. in
hn. Cii'tt'cutr.
Tlit .Situation of the Orchard.
A northern slope in most'localilies is prefer
able, as it retards the time ot blossoming sut
liciently to escape the late spring frosts. It
also prevents late fall grow ths so as to ensure
iwrtected buds anil well-ripeueit wood, sec
ond, orchards thus situated are otfen almost
entirely exempt from the ravages of codling
moth ami other insects. I liev an sees a warm
or southern slope, and the codling moth in such
i situation lias usually come lorui ami una us.
ggs before the trees on the coiner nortiieriy
lope have blossomed. The ground, if clayey,
is best and most cheaply prepared by plough
ing early in the fall up and down the hill iu
lines the width that it is intended to place the
rows of trees, taking care that the middle or
"dead" furrows shall be on the line of the in
tended rows. This ploughing should be re
peated later in the fall if possible; if not, the
dead furrow should bo plouged out deeply or
subsoiled. In the spring the laud should be
ploughed at least twice, reversing the contour
of the land by striking the ndges both tunes
wiicre dean lurrows were maoo me previous
fall. e now have at least eighteen niches ot
thoroughly pulverized, drained and aerated
earth in which to plant the trees; being very
much unlike the usual kettle-shaped bole,
which in clay land holds water like a jug.
Well-decomposed manure should be applied
broadcast and worked into the soil, unless it
is already pretty fertile. The best and the only
one of the ordinary crops that should be raised
in young orchards and usually in old one too,
An I ncoiuiiKiiily Slim p Fox.
The Somerset (Me.) L' portrr is responsible
for the following story:
The fox which Mr. IVirgrieves now linn oo
ctinies a yard back of the store, to which Mr.
Fairgrieves' dog has free access. The dog and
f. ix are great friends. They frolic together,
"no end of jokes on each other, and live in the
most perfect harmony, save at "meal time."
The discussion that a choice bit will call
forth is sometimes ino-t interesting. Mr
Fairgrieves gave the fox a bone the other day.
The dog bad been taught bv experience that it
svas no use for him to try to capture it ; so h
retired into the store to w atch the proceeding.
hoping something to tin 11 up in his favor. The
tox ale what he wanted ol the bone, and pre
ferred to lay it away for luture use. 1 he tox
('vig a deep hole, placed the juicy bone in lh
bottom, and covering ii over with earth, "pat
teil" it down. lie went intohis kennel, brought
Hit an old dry bone that he had kept away
from the dog for several days "out ol pun
ciisM'dncs.s," placid it in the hole over tin
swert one, covered it up with apparent car.'
and retired to his kennel to watch operations,
The dog saw the fox safely housed, and, as he
done before,
lire, resurrect'
.1 the d'rv
bone and t'.''
Slippery IVIs.
The following is from tv H.slon ''
"There is a curious ca-e at Hock port of th;
singular attachment sometimes instituted In
tween man and the lower animals. A Mr.
Hale has been for a long time ceeastoine l to
t'n row bits of food for some eels in a little brook
that runs along the back of his lot. Latterly
he observed that they seemed to be waiting for
his visit, and with a little training they wvr
induced to cat looil directly Iron: his nan. I
Then they learned to play and fondle aoout
his fingers held in the water, and enjoyed hi
caresses. More rce.-ntly the largest one ol the
four, a huge old l'.l'nv over two feet long am
very large around, a. 'ows Mr. Hale to takehim
entirely out of 'e ter,
from band t ; ..: . api
novel gvmna . . When Mr. Hah' goes to
the brook heca': I'lcin with a peculiar whi
'i nml tlir.t-vi i, . i iinp rii-hm" !trisl:K IVnin
downstream. - along ago he brought them
his usual bine'. ish and maekeral, when on
ly the large n:; ' ar.ie. The i el waited a few
moments, thei: Med down stream, and soon
came back, bri.. ig his tardy family to supper."
slide him about freely
larcntly enjoying tht
if under the
wor.it is oats.-
plougli is
ian corn; the
Carriage jf actors.
No. 57 Columbus Street,
All Styles cf Carriages, Buggies,
Constantly on Hand and Made to Order.
They do their own wood and Iron work, trhus Insnrln
better and cheaper work than any other carluge slioplnR
the city.
UepalrlOK neatly and promptly done. Prices very low.
West of the Court House,
PINE BOOKS FOR Pure and Fresh Drugs and Medicines
Ifintu in Curving.
To carve fou ls, w hich should always be laid
with the breast uppermost, place the fork in
the breast, and 'take off the wings and legs
without turnia the fowl ; then cut out the
merry-thought; cut slices from the breast; cut
out the collar-bone; cut off the side pieces;
and lianlly cut the carcass in two. Divide the
joints in the leg of a turkey. In carving a
sirloin, cut linn slices lrom the side next to
von (it l.i.. i. be put on a dish, the tenderloin
underneath), then turn up. Help the guests to
both kinds, j ii carving a leg ol mutton or
ham, begin by cutting across the middle to
the bone. C 'lit a tongue across und not length
wise, and help IVcun the middle. Carve a fore
ouarter of lamb bv separating the shoulder
from the ribs, and then divide Ihe ribs. To
carve a loin of veal, begin at the Mnaller end
and separate the rilis. Help each one to ai
piece ot kidney anil its fat. Carve pork andj
mutton in the same way. lo carve a lilM ot
veal, begin at th top, i';iid help to the stalling
with each slice. In a breast of veal, separate
the breast and brisket, and then cut up, asking
which part is preferred. In carving a pig, it
is c u.itoniary to divide it an. I take oil' the head
belore it conies t: the table, as to many per
Mins the head is revolting. Cut oil' the limbs
and divide the l itis. llwtmhyijK r.
Uoou Carriages, lap and Open JJuggtes, Slidt
Seat Bnfjjrle, Two-seated open busriElcs, Democrat Wagon
Hulklea. Ac. can Und them at tint) Factory. all of Ai"
nuikf, ot thefts tmiterUtt anil In the raw aiipruped Htylai
undiinixh. ALL H'AIiRAXTKlKHXtl ("V sale at low nrlcea.
Alto make to nriier inch ai ore intn- I. Impairing done
promptly i'alntieir. i rimming, wood auu iron worn.
Ottawa March 18, 1571.
Popular Authors, in half calf.
Popular Authors, in Morocco.
Popular Authors, in Antique.
Popular Authors, with Illustrations.
Juvenile Books, in 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 Ouarto and Smaller Bibles.
Large Print Prayer Books.
Photograph Albums.
Fine Writing Desks.
Fine Work Boxes.
Backgammon Boards
Toilet Sets.
Card Cases.
Pocket Cutlery.
Fairchild's Gold Pens.
All are cordially Invited to call and examine ouralocK.
Cor. of Court and Madison Streets, Ottawa, Ills.
At thli Eatabluhment yon will find a Urn nd complete itotc of
I)rneirlt' Snndrlei, Tansee Notions In great variety. Choice Perfamery, Hair Olli, Toilet Soaps, and everything unefa
for uie Toilet Btand. The faint, oil, Vamluli and Artist Material etouic la the lamest and most complete la the county
Everything that the Fresco, Carrlaxe, House and blgu Painter needs. Our aim Is to .
Sell the Best Goods at Prices to Please All.
Prescriptions are Carefully Prepared of Pure Materials.
B H n ExJ?-&LJ3i
M A IN STREET, V-Jp West of La Salle Streel,
south side,) Jjr OTTAWA ILLINOIS
l important) keep ttnstantly -n kand, large and well selected stock cf
All be nr and uopn'.ar
For CuKnarv Use.
Perl'unicvv, llruslies, and Fancy Articles for Hie TOilcf, Paints,
Oils, Varnishes, Window Glass, Ac.
Particular Attention given to the Compounding of Physicians Prescriptions.
Wagon and Carriage Manufactory
No Cords or Balances.
l'or Male by
JOHN D. VETTE, Prop'r,
On SuDerlor fatreet. near tlie old 'i-ox
River House.
VTost cf tho Court Houso Equare,
Conristins of latest styles of Embossed.
Gold, Stencil and Satin Papers, with all
the cheaper styles also, Decorations,
Eorders and Fresco Papers,-all of wh.ch
villbo sold at the lowest prices. Call and
essmla? our stock betore curcliasing
Catholic Prayer Books
A large and fine assortment ol
Catholic Prayer Books just re
ceived at OSMAN & HAPKMAX'S,
west of the Court House.
irrp t'riis vs. .11 anuria as J'rrtillitiTs.
Simply as n iV-nilizer it is more )!-)Jit;ille to
plimirh " inveu crop under than to feed it oil",
Imtiuim' clover, rye, mid other vegetal les de
compose, when ploughed into the soil, anil
yield just the sMiiieelemeiits of manure as they
"would do if digested liy animals. An animal
imparts no peculiar or essential property to
manure Py the digestion of its food, and while
the animal is i'eeilin a certain waste or ex
pciiuiHire ocelli's in s-upportinir heat or life
itc!f that does not reappear in the excrements.
. 1. nerii''in i'ulticnl'ir.
The ':: It J? '! siys: "We cann t frrov.
peaches with suree except wepruue the trees
every year; h ave hiu a single tree unpruned
und 'its leaves are a lhrht, sickly preen, it hears
one or two peaches; and that is the last of the
tree. Where trees are pruned every year, cut
ting back more than half the growth of the
sea.?. u, each tree hears from lifieen lo twenty
in 1 some even more.
Huv'.ns Intrortiireu many Important Improvements In blsi
eslaniiaiiimw, miiKiiiir u eie iarK' i ann nmsi com
plutuln tliHcuy. lie- iinilcraltriii'ri Invites runn
ers fturl otbers deRlrln new wncons or
old out: repaired, or wULIuk
l ino l'uiiilty arrlages, I5ii!;i;li's, I'hirtonh ami
Jeimi rut Maul's,
Hrnnythine In his line, tn Rtvphlm a call. All work war
ranled und prices thai dty coiiitMitllion.
Ottawa, May 15th, JOHN I. VETTE.
Carriage Factory.
President Clin .. of ' if Massachusetts State
Ay'ricultural CoHeirc, w ho had just returned
troin Japan, trave his imprcsMon of that coun
try to the people of Amherst on Sunday even
inj:. Among other things he said; "Tiie Jap
anese are a people able and willing to do
riirht. I never saw a (juarrel in Japan, and
never saw in r heard of a Japanese .-tudent in
America or Japan a": iised of immorality. 1
selected from a thousand yoir.i men the stu
dents for the college there, mid never knew
one of them that would williniriy olfend hi
teachers. The Japanese w ill walk up like men
and become Christians. I have jrreat faiiii in
a people that have such aspirations. They have
trrcat capacity for uselnlne-s in the conversion
f the world, and are the men of all others to
i-e missionaries in China. I'ntil last year
Shintoism has been the State religion since" WX)
years neiore tnrift. it is a sort ot natural re
ligion, and they worhip the sun God. and this
reliirion. heatheni.sm, r whatever it is has
made Japan what it is. Since DOOvcars ltefue
(hri.-t when the tirt Mikado reigned, thev
have all iH-en lrom the same faniilv. Of all
iicatheu relurions Shinloisin is the lcu.-t obii-c-
tlonable, and if
-hall be a Shinti
1 ever Ix-come a heathen I
i i I' raii!ir them from seed that we wish
ak now. The seed should be sown im
..'y the middle of A must is preferable
a rich, weil-iirained border; water and
vr them one-ipiaricr inch of friable soil.
soil is not rich, it iiii-t be made so, and
dv, well-rotied cow manure should be
to make the soil pretty Jinn. As
mm iiwis
A l'rarllral View f Advrrlixing.
At a meeting of the manufacturers i f
cuntn at Detroit, Mich., the President
nouneed the ineffective and e xpensive adver
tising that has U-en much indulired by inanu
f;tiirersi, the tawdry Iithiirapl:s, the adver
tisements in fiiir pamphlets, directories and by
other sensational Imcus niachinery, and re
commended instead the more exclusive use of
titeln-st newspapers. In his remarks ln'fore
t'.ie association, he said : "If w e w ould make
the -t possible Use of our money, we should
patronize nblv conducted and responsible
new sj,ajH-rs. The newsapT is immeiisura
lly the tKt medium open to trade, and the
most lilK-ral and e;H rt ads i rt: te.ir'y as
its value, ami in t.;e cmploymt . ' i f .ur.ch a
iii.-diuiM c find a mean- of e-, ape from
wasteful, undiiniiricd and i:n ffective Lieliiods,
plants have made three or four leaves
tra.i-plant to ten or twelve inches apart, leviv-
inir cnouiru in the original lied, to stand tins
distance from each other. As soon as the w in
ter sets in cover with an inch of leaf mold, and
over all a iiood mulch of coarse litter. In the
spring remove the cover of mulch, and the
plants w ill spring through the leaf mold, and
bloom throughout the season. In September
cut them down to within one and a half or
two inches of the ground, and treat them a
in the previous fall, saving cuttinirs of choice
varietita for propairatimr, if you like. l'
buyinil choice seed you may get many tine
varieties. A watei in;; of dilute liijuid manure
water, casionally during summer, will in
crease the bloom wonderfully.
If you cannot sow this summer, then pre
pare a rough frame early in the spring, say
the middle March, to be covered with glass.
This is called a cold frame, since no manure
is used for bottom he.it. Jn the bed so pre
pared, sow the seeds pretty thin, in drills f,ur
inc his apart, and transplant as In-fore directed.
Thus you may get bloom about the tir-t of
June or the ti'r-t of July, and thenceforward
throtiL'h the season. In" winter protect as di-
rectea m-ove, ano you win nave a mass oi,
lilos-oms 'hat will give tic greatest satisfac
tion. The same plan may be pursued w ith semt
eil violets. We have received no more satis
faction i'.'.l suiniiu r than from a lied of pansie.
and violet so treated, unless it may have been
from a bed of monthly roses, that we heeled in
la-t fall in a cold frame, protected from hard
frost and transplanted to thi-Uirder this spring.
If we only come to appreciate how little trou
ble it is to have flowers of the easier grown
sorts, we will then come also to appreciate
their iK-auty more and more. X homestead
should be wilho;;t tlieM- most love ly of God's
vegetable irifis to man. Prairie Farmer.
Manufucttirn and ki-cp cnnitantty on hsrxl inn various i
style ol nip and twu siHt'i Plj.n'.ons. ICoKkawavs, hlnsle !
and Dmilile lluiiies, wilhor wULmit tops, and the vamiua I
fvlparif I wninfrAt Mr.il Hnrlr.r IL',.tmt rul!..H fur In fin.
"" I market. I
We also manufacture a Jumn and 8'ldn 8at. which fori
neatniws and convenli-ncf as a one or two-st?ated carrlnue
Is un"urpMe. by any yet luventi-d. Our work Is strlc'ly I
KIKSTCLASS and lully warranted. Orders sollclVd.
S 8eb1 for cataloKUB and -irlcc list.
.1. O. CAT.
Kov.2t.147l. a. b. 1-OliTEIi. I
Is the Only (ionium Puper
in La Salic Comity,
Alan between Chicago mid davenport, und
therefore well adapted as an
Ar?wrv-i 4' '! kinds cl
Gas and Steam Fitting.
Wrought Iroa Pipe, fixtures, Fittings,
ftc, furnished at
ir. .j''sr..'s ii ww m
1 1. .
This Is acknowli'du'i'd by mine of tlin leading farmers !
this and nl her conn' les to Ixi the Iwst Wind Mill trmuht
y.d Ix'lnre the puhl'.c. Fend lor rln ulais and price hit lie
lure pundiaslni;. Manulactuied liy
At his Koumlry, Machine Shops Mntleal lc Iron Works,
Sei.t.ll 1S74. OTTAWA. ILLINOIS.
J EjL-1 l.'l
For sale by OSMAN IIAPEM AN", 18 l.a Sslle St., Ottawa,
Ills Any r t!i3e Books will be forwardt d ty mail, post
paid, on receipt of price': a
Allen's liural Architecture fl.sn
AI Inn's American farm book l.so
Allen's Domestic Anliuuls l.W
American (ientlemni''s Stahlt Guide 1. JS
Ameilcan Chess I'laver's llsnd Hook l.'i
A'wood's t nuntry and UiiNirlmn llnnset 1.5.1
Alms and AlilslofGlrlHand Vouni Women l.W
.f.mip's KuMi'i. Illiistrmed with lxty ennravlnits l.Oii
lliu'.ou's Manual of Gesture 1."
Itest of Kverytlilnc l.S
Hell's Carpentry Made Kasy 5. ill
llnKanliiH1 Field. 1 over and Trap Shooting J. CO
Hm k's New Hook of Fiowera l.l.l
Oliorltini' limpe Grower's (iuiile "5
Cli-veland's Landscape Architecture l.V
Coles' American Krult Hook 'I
( omlie's Constitution of Man
Children, llielr MannKenient m Heiiltli and L'lsea l.?
CushlnK'a Manual iVi
Dudd'B Ameilcan Cuttle Iioclor 1.50
ingestion and lynila l.ii
jilit'yiif very day illttlcullU'sor hard wordMBadeeay l.Od
KiMeston's circuit Kider l.'A
Kuleston's I nd or the World l.S)
KnlfSton's lloosler Schoolmaster 1.J5
Kuleston's Mvs'ery or .MetrouullrVllls 1.5.1
Kirlpston'tAManof Honor l . js
KHIol's l.an anil hliaiie Trees j.5o
K.lllot'H Western Fruit Grower's Guide t.sn
i:il lVrkln (at lartei J as
Foter'a erchl'tnoc lUcesof the V. S s.srt
Fubcr's Forest-Tree Ciiltiirist
Fuller's Small V,ll Cultllrlnt l.M
Gardner's t arrlL'e l'.iluter's Manual i.ml
(..ardhci's How to I'alnt l.eO
Gems ul (l.ildkiiilth. Illustraieil l.H)
(.rav's Si hmd and Fttlil Hook of Hot. nv -J.fo
Gni.l. il:.. Itoiii the French of Laira-. tli.e a.i.si
Heudei-on'si-arrtenlntf lor I'lcaure l.II)
MenderMiii's Crd no a lor I'roM J .511
llemli foil's rrarltrnl Fl.rlcu'.uire 1.1c
II. nv to liead Cl.niacter
llvBlen'c llsiul-llook 'J OT
I'aud-Hook ol IIoi"!e ;u pi . . r incut ii.i;
Mopes and Helps for Hie Voiinii J.v
How to Wrlle '-
How to Heluivs Ti
How tu Talk 71
How to do It 11 -In ")
Hall's nealth by Good I.lMi.n l.V)
Hull's Sleep .H
Hull's L'ourlH Hi d Colds l .NI
llunliT and Trapiier 1
Hill's IHuhttav Manual l.M
IIiiIih h' Township O: j:iu:aion Las 2 hi
Julian's Interest Tables .i)
L'hrnrv of Me.iucrlsni and rsjcholony l.sl
I He at Home J.m
Moral I'hll. sophv l.Tt
Mathew's Getting (Hi in the Hoi Id 2 :
Vnthew's Great ( olivi !.rs l.T".
Mathi'w's Wotd-i theli I'se ,11 d Ah l-e 2 10
Meinoiles. A Story ol GeniiHH l.ove U.l.l
New I'liy-Jlounoni) :or. f 'ens of ( h.ir.u tvr i. 111
Oraloiy, Sacred and Secular 1.5T
rope Krtsy on Mini, Willi Notes
I'reity Mrs l.ii.-ion 1.50
Itnkerton'. F.spn s-nmii and the HeO iive .-si
Plnkerton's li.'iecllve and Ihe Somnambulist i.M
I'lnkcrton's Claude Mi-lnotl". 1.50
einkei ton's Mmleltoun and Detectives l.M
I'aliiler. Gilder and V;u-nthT 1.50
t,lllthv's Mysteries of pre K.epll-2 1.5H
t,.iilnn' I'e ir 1 iibni' lor I'roi'.t 1 .m
Hoe's I'lav and I'roi'.t In My (ianlen l.M
Hural S'u.lies 1 .T"
Hoop's t otnlnerelill Cillrul.ltor l.(SI
lioli.tF' Kiil.-s oi Order 7
sell Cul.ure ur.d I'eiTrciton ol Cl.ai.iciiT l.M
lone Id il. A Love Legend of Hskoln j. js
1 lionms' Ameilrsn f ruit Cult-irlst. New vol 3.0
'I he l'rliner id I'oieleai Ki'onomy 7-,
Taylor's In Camp and Fl dd I i
Tiiylor's I he World on W'l,e.-1 l. V)
1 lie UIl'M W ord In tne IJItht I'l.ice 7t
Woodrutl's I roliln.' II. use of America J vi
Woodwurn's Suhnihae :ind Counliy Hoiist s 1 i
WoodwafO's Couuliy JIoiim's j.ii
Williams' Window GiirdcMni .M
WiIIIhims' Hons.. hold Kleirsiicles J.M
Williams' Ladles' 1 Mm v Work l.i
WoHiiuiasa Wne and M iilier 2.51
Wrinkle, and Kniics 1.511
Wells' Every Mull li's Can Lawjer J. 00
Corner of Clinton and Jackson Streets.
. wiiifli so many n-snit pi tu-r'-ire
att.-ntion" :md p;irn!'.-u
ir i':i-' rni'-s ;
A Minpli' I lit r .tlii r curions chi-niical cxjkt
iiiirnt nitty Ii;1 jiort'onni'd Py taking a rtl rose,
lull lilowii, holding i! over : ch-itin.' flish t
live ro;d. not mi li t' its to wilt it l v the lu-at.
andtlicn ? imr a litt t!oi;r of
tin' ;ir... i in- l'.'.Mi s i'
i 1 h rew p'l'ulc !ion tlmt ir.u' prove ol Incalculable licndt
. t Farnu-rs, M-chanb s ind lluslnesa M-n. It Is so r..
oi ... ........1 ... .tMi'ilM ll.t. mti.i wholMrlv. and vet so
I !;;.( and ;.r.. ti. 'i tl..it 'he most tlUmir In f irmes rn
i li HI' tUl .i'l IM-COIIIC ,1S .ll W OOUll.111. I. Hi, piw
I tiion-nd-to 'i 'o';s'"A lii iiiltiule hai ti.ty could not
tm iicilaie 11. many m.-iii..". . ..
ftinr: partcni.t.dt.aan .ri'liey n. .c .yd.fi fT 1 aiu
w-hirh si.ow .it a illume toe. exa. t villus 01 all Kinus
Grain. Stack. Hay. Coal, Lumber. Merchandise, ete , iroin
i,H' i.i.u.( up to a mr (-id. and lor any price thf the mar-1
act is likely to reach; the Interest on any sum tor anv time j
at c. 7. s and f' per cent. ; correct n.urenient of all kinds 1
cf Lumber, ba l.o?s. i-'erns,i'l 'aiiiss. f.ianaries, Hins.l
Waifn l.s i ore Crll.s, a TlniK, Waes and many oilier,
vaiualne t ilil' s.
j f,,. wrond fart l a pnttHrnl Arithmetic ar.d f rr.nodles I
a simi le mali.eisatlcal principle wlncu etisi.les nu one!
lamlll ir with th- fundamental rules to h--.-o- a o;1imo.';i
mi. iil.iinr and hy whli h over im tiot.u 01 m- riuresanu
lul.or re. in! nil hy'theordina:y n.e'h.ids. a:idi i -fi.ii with
I ti e r tiitrlcMles, areeiiVire. -tnU'l.
The work l nice ly pr.nwa n r.n- i ni-i rai--r. i i
nrl rl.-.,.i:r tm.ind III tvicket tsfcoS Slude. SI. I s Hl-eolll-
All klnd.orcsrrtnws, fop and open bnji'ea. democrat ' ned bv a sUi ale .Ute. a.eniorana.ini and pocket tor
waeona. stroni and uMd farmers' wnjrons.tlw lysou b.ind, pp s. It is t lar themost complete. compn:liei..lve and
and sold at the lawcM p'lces. 1 c- nvenlenl pocket niainial ever puhllsh' .1.
I employ a flrsu iass T'lnm:er. and am prcpa-ed for all mil ib.und lo Hns.ia Leather, O'.lJe 1, f ; Ml ; Mo
Itlr.ds of repirlr on the shortest notice al the t ro.t: f": I ir.e l.i.i;.'.-!. Chdh. i 0"
prlcca. My oan carriages ara j beat to i.y as'lr.-.-on recei:' of pni .
! 1
Shelf Hardware:
nnisDKKs iiAUDWAiti:, ,
Indicate the h'tni-" In the weather, and are pretty mantis
ornamtnis. I he lntte lady ap'ani In la.r and the man la
stormy aeather. and tbe never make mistake. or sa.e
j Dt-c. I.
Li sill- "s-.r- ?t.'
, ti.
Stoves and Ksuiscs.
otsws, lunesili. 'OT
All work euaranteeil. snd If nit a'isfett,ry no rhsrc- :
will be made. I bay my material for rush, and ran s-l.
cheaper than any other aoftn.iitc'urer In l.a sal.ec.oii.ty.,
( ail and see my stoca 1.1 buiutea, wsoa.. c-, tore
burl nr. t
Ottawa, Jane 24, 1S7J..17 C. 11AH.V. I
Va.tl. A W.
VI 1 1. IMICh TZ
I V-'NNAlb ANU l.ILL B'Ks.
Ottawa, Ills.
. one1
Is notea.My earned In tliese times, but
It can h- male In three month shy ai.y I
on-of ell her sen. In ai.y r"t ol Com
country, ho Is wllilne u wo.-- ste.. '
liy at theerup'oyni-nt that w- turnlsh. '
f pet week In your own town. Voa nee not Is? sar
lrom aome over mjeni. iiuciiiBiiiwurwii'ir nm. hk
the work. or only yoie spe mom-nTs. We hsve an-nta ;
who are niakloc o'er t ."0 p-r dsy. All mho rnri.-" ai once
caa make money fas;. At th prent time in. rT cann..ti
I ma le easily and is; 1.1. v at ai t o'ler t.n r-s. Ji
crwt B thln- to try the hus r-". T-rrr's and oill'
nil.!., r tree. Ad'tres ai oner. 11. 11.iLi.t1 1 1 . i,
lliplii T Up!di, Mi,,e 1 .,
t.im th': rie-c! -
(II lit'W renllotdera. L.irnrilt'a-.ol
VllM.l I f.o, the finest and it o.t e-i-lceable
ina.trr. at Osrr.an k Hapeman a, wi i i f Court llouaa.
IMK.'li l-.'I' lliXIKM.-li c rnetKnllb,0
maa ard Amcrlm Pa :e' Boo. at
osMAS ilAtfcMAV
T. e i o. I
I '..
s I 1 !
nr. Tit !ru ;i::d C'l
Via.-, f ir f ;.-".
i I iitl.Tll
v. ii;
n.'i'l ii
!'y nipping it
i-."ir, it will n-
iiiio a solution
irn - it ( o!or.
V'.Zti ij! slates at C.-uiJn Hj'-c3;:. i il.'p"4iln
Bxi-K atr.ivs. itntiii... -.url lr.ijs at fi-jnj'i it! T Ooe'r.r y ,.,rse'f. I rarea
r..r. tiik
f.r.f : t i;bit i . m r. i;r T. t r iv. .!! s. r.. s
i., s'L.M. ti.vei anu Aor.a:. v. I
ninstrated with 40 Foil i'w hmm,
R.'.O rages. Oi-tavn.
It i a V.. i.-ln:i..uil S'nnr.d s. and rrl irr.l.s .' t! m.:
r ip.mii-1 la-t" tn- on th. i.i.i (..re ;:.: n
). s-s. It in,,-. OJ! me n i t-. d Ki'a I '. ss'.. ' -l,r
Tl" l.:t-- M.-e. C..'i:it. -. d V I H !' I-. I'n
:.-k.-:s. Shark-an t swi:,d..-r- ol n'i I n.o-ui"'" l h' pohii.-.
P, 11 (--. a 1. ..-..I .li e ..f Hi-' i- m sik.sl f:.tt,.
. rsi'l !... .c.vitiis. ai d !.'! Isd -!l t II.1-. Ill" t
.1 ..'tT'W r.l, .lh :i . r I- . I V I li.T ! .1
tl.f ow'. I..t . trrr fl-i -e-l ".''. a.' l t f e .. I1rti.lt
? I I as doll oi.i-.-i I hi- s a. s.tu'i ..r .nmri
SaiJ ; a,o -t-i ri.-"-tV te.en .. !.oen. 1 '1- Iss-k i.us:inii:ti
.'.-l, .'.:i.Hoiv. s a-. :4. r,--..i.- r-. IO t- l..f
ba-l rf.,.r.ir r-r arek T.. i ' ap. early .r Aip-ri.sj
r srn.. i-j. ti.irar) : rvi. i. ! b.cl ji..I rvi .--.e t rnvr
'sf sl.ss sna-'.ssl. f..r t. r.a a.l.l
ru - Tliw j 1,1 mi i-i ui.isiiiNt. ro.
"a V TI.iMl'U scp MV -a.. SI VirTKoCJ.'. iiN.
That ho-.". k.-ei-r want can iv found at mr Drar an1 Hoc
' Store pure treaui 1 ar'.r.a9ices,4c. K. ". OKI lii1
, Us hso. '
. 1 Ull.-ae .1,
. 11 1 It W Y
era irrag
- wto-wcTHC .r
n orz r.rr It. .11 lay rc-vis to be found at --Y
11 1 1? 1 '. ai c'-l of the famuna rd much adir.red
' V r 1 " h-1 Ise.a." and eihlo4 tbr babj.
ila in. a'ert ot tktrf pl:cf a.atnsrj.
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.- Lota 3i4
... L if... UJ lk,i:er. Sbfs;i.r. .
M r.i.iw., .
W r Te'rn.ais'staw Sethis,-.,
jorto lit J.'o.'Ksai'.s. utiaaa. I

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