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GSAIH, AC.
bmUl Weekly t? Joka F.lrka.Hs) liptn A
Pajraa, Aeatal CwkIhIw Merekaate.
Flenr, per bbl.... $4.75 Oats, per bush 30
Flour, extra".... 5.00 Barley " 50(350
Wheat, pr bush . . 85 Clover seed 4.25
Rvs 45 Timothy" .... 1.50
Hay, per ton 8.00 Flax " 1.00
Com, per biuhel, 35
PSOTISI0SS.
Cwwtti Weekly T J. C. Ceala
reer aa PrevUlaa Dealer.
I Coffee, per Tb
Bvrf, per pound, 5?8
Pork.
Bacon, Ham,
Mackerel,
White Fish, '
Lard,
Butter,
58
8
10
7
7
12
Sugar,
22.,? 35
ii(jiiau
Molasses. N. O.
Potatoes, pr. bo.
Egs, pr. do.
Chickens, '
Dried Applesoft,
60
2-5
8
1.20
IS
CIKCIKNATJ.
Flour,...
Wheal...
Corn
Barley, . .
Kje,
..$4.25,3 4.00
95;al.05
... 84, 36
... GOvrt.70
5556
Oats
Clov er Seed, . . 4. TM 5. 00
Whiskey, .
Hops, ....
Lard, ....
HXW TOES.
Flour, $5.25135.75 1 Corn
Wheat, LlO.tl.30 j Oats ,
Rve T.5,JS Whiskey,..
Barley 804,1.00 j Beef,
16;,HS
. .5. 7.V;. 00
satato
73tri ?.
' 22,.23
4.75j5.50
gtailroais.
SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCINTI R. R.
..-..;y-.f
On and after ilv 26. 1S6L, Trains will pass this
.iUrbana) station, as follows :
GOrKG NORTH.
V;U1 11.55, A. n
Night Express lO.fO.p.M.
S ij do Mondays, Weds a Fridays 6..V, A. Si.
Through Freight, every day 12.25, -
GOING SOUTH.
12.15, v. M.
.'.'?5, A- M.
Mail
"Mrtminfr Express
Way do Tuesdays, Thurs a Saturdays. .5.4."), p. M.
Through Freight, every day, 10.50, "
United States Express Mcssemrer on the Mail
trains, only. JA9. P. F1NDAR, Agent.
COLUMBUS, P1QUA AND INDIANA R. R.
On and after Jan. 1, 1SC2, Trains trill leave Ur
ban, as follows :
oorso west.
No 1, Express .
No 2 -
No 8, Express,.
No 4, "
No 5, .
10:2.5, A. M.
5:25, P. M.
GOING EAST.
. 9:35, A M,
5:55, P. M.
, 11:00, A. if.
JAS. H. BROWN, Agent
Cfcnnjj glrcrtcrg.
1st Prf.pbtteriax CnrBCH. West Court St
Rev. L. 1L Long, Pastor. Services every Sab
biilb. Hours: 11, a. m., 7, r. M.
Sabbath School at 1 io, P. w.
' Lecture and Social prayer Meeting on Wednes
day evening, at J o'clock.
E. V. LvmnRAS Cm-urn. South-East corner
Court am! vV..inut Streets. Kev. J. V. Severir.tr
liaus, l'a-.tor. Service every other Suitba-.ii.
Hours: 11, A. M., 7, p. m.
Sati!) nil School at '., A. M.
1st Mstil E. Chirch. South-West comer
Church and North Main Streets. Kev. C. W.
Scars, Pastor. Scrvivee every Sabbath. Hours:
11, A. M.. 7, P. M.
Sabbath School .it 2, r. M.
General Class ilce'.uJL'. Monday evening, at 7
o'clock. .
u...rt,l.r Tmr A? 1 n WniPifmlar evening '
m -i "
at 7 o'clock.
2n Meth. E. CnT-nrn. East Water Street.
Rev. J. M. P.obinson, Pastor. Services every
Sabbath. Hours: 11, A. M. ; 7, P. M. .
Sabbath School at 2. P. M.
Grnieral Class Meeting, Monday evening, at 7
o'clock.
Baptist Curncn. East Court Street. Rev. J.
(' Hniilmm l'jtli ir Si-rviees --ay &!batb.
LkO ;rs, 11, a. u., 7, i. 11. - - -
frabijuth School at H. A. M.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening, 7 o'clock.
Episcopal Cncuc ii. Corner Scioto and Kcn
tou Streets. Kev. Cnmuiiugs, Pastor. Ser
vices every fourth Sabbath. Hours : 11, a. m., 3.
p M M
New CnrRCH. North-west corner South Jfain
and Reynolds streets. Rev. J. T. Eaton, pastor.
Services every Sabbath. Hour : 11, A. M.
Catholic Clinton. John Street. Rev.
Kearney, Priest. Services every Sabbath.
Hours : 11. A. M.
Associate Refoemed Chukcb. West Market
Street
(Dfluial giwrtorj.
COCXTT.
S. Shellabarger.
E. Parsons.
Samson Mason.
A. P. Howard.
. A. F. Vauce.
John RusselL
. Levi Geiger.
Samson P. Talbot
Decatur Taltiott
C. H. Ward.
David M. Fisher.
Jas. Q. Baird.
Grirtith Ellis.
Thomas Chance,
Member of Contrress, .
Common Picas Judge,
Senator,
Representative,
Probate Judge,
Clerk Common Pleas,
Prosecuting Attorney, .
Auditor, .
Treasurer, . .
fheri:
Recorder, ...
Surveyor, . .
Corouer, ...
Commissioners,
Samuel Williams, Benjamin Davis.
infirmary Directors, . . John V. Hitt,
Jonas Hedges, Win. Sampson,
Auctioneer, .... Jacob Zouibro.
Towssnir.
Trustee J. H. Patrick,
Wm. McDonald, Robt R. ColwelL
Treasurer, . . . Thos. IL .Berry.
Clerk, . . . James G. Ogden.
J. P.'a, . . N. Rhodes, Wm. Patrick.
Constable Jacob Zouibro,
J. C. Jones, John Thomas, John C Tabor.
crr.
Mayor William Patrick.
Cr.ncil, . . George B. Coulter, Grilhth
Eiiis, James P. Pindar, George W. Collins,
Josepu u. uienu.
Recorder. .... John RusselL
Marshal, .... Jacob C. Jones.
Street Commissioner, . . J. C. Jones.
Board of Education, . J. K. Young, Pres.
J. P. Pindar, W. T. Busser, E. B. Patrick, A. J.
Gulhndge, John Kusscll, oecretary.
SorTHERS MaiI fia Cincinnati, Lou.sville, St
Louis, &c. Closes at 12:lo, arrives at ll:-x,A.
jt.t daily.
Ail Letters. fcc for Southern. South-Eastern
and South -Western Ohio. Southern Indinna aud
Illinois, South-Westeni States, and the Territo
ries, with Letters (only) for California, &c, via O
verland Route, go in this mail.
Northern Mail via Toledo and Cleveland.
Closes t 11:30, A. M. ; arrives at 12:15. p. m., daily.
AH Letters, Ac, for Northern mid North-Western
Ohio, North-Western States, New York, New
Jersey, the New England Stales, Canada, Ac,
Foreign Countries, aud California, Ac., ci Pana
ma, go in this mail.
Eastern Mail Ha Columbus. Closes at 5:30,
T. M.; an'vcsat 10:25, a. m. daily.
Lettei-s for Central and Eastern Ohio, Pennsyl
vania, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, and the
Southern Atlantic States, go in this mail.
Western Mail ria Indianapolis. Closes at 10:
15, A. M. ; arrives at 6, p. M. daily.
Letters for Western Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Io
wa, Ac., go in this mail.
MrTt'AL Mail or Mutual, Rosedale and Dar
by Plains (and Mechauicsburg, on dav-s mention
ed). Arrives Mondays; departs Tuesdays.
N. AMBROSE. Postmaster;
Wm. Rhodes, Deputy.
jDVEKTISK IX THE
, U a b a it a Tjirioxr,
If yon wish to
3?rosper in your Du.sinefes.
URBANA UNION.
CITY AND COUNTY.
Local Agents "We desire to secure the
services of sojae reliable person as Agent for
cur paper, in every town and township of this
and adjoining counties. Any one willing to
accept an agency, or knowing of any other
person who would be, will confer a favor by
immediatelj addressing us. We will compen
sate Agents to their entire satisfaction.
Job Vork. Our facilitiss for doing Job
Work have never been equalled in Champaign
Co, All our materials are 'bran' new; we
print on good paper, with book ink; and we
flatter ourselves that we can get up a bill,
ircular, or anything else, in better style than
any other printing office in this section of
ountry. ' Give us your orders, and we will
rove what we have said.
Horse Bills. W"e are prepared to print
any style of Horse Bills, at the lowest rate?.
We have more " cuts" than any office in this
section, and can do work to suit any one.
Read all the advertisements. We publish
none but those which are worthy your atten
tion and perusal. .
It is feared that Gen. Shields (the CGth's
General) will lose his arm by the wound re
ceived from a shell, in the recent battle with
Jackson.
The local department is necessarily "cramp
ed" this week. We will have more room
and time in a few weeks.
Read Ctr Colcmn on the last page ; and
then subscribe for the paper of Champaign
county.
The advantages of advertising in the Union
must be apparent to every business man. It
is read in Chanipaign county and elsewhere,
too.
The "Urbana Usion Directory," on this
page, commends itself to every home reader.
It is a leature original with this paper; and
is alone worth the subscription price of the
Union.
Besides the arms captured at Xewbern,
Bcrnsipe's troops have found 500 new En
field rifles, a portion of the Nashville's last
Cargo of 3,000. Our boys will put them to
good use.
Ft. Macon and the steamer Nashville, it is
said, were but slightly damaged by the rebels
in their retreat from Beaufort. The former
will probably be repaired and garrisoned, and
the latter put in sea going condition, to be
employed as a gunboat or transport.
New Invention. Our Board of Education
or efficient Sueiititei)deiit has invcnlou a
new and improved mode of making truants.
The door of the School room is locked the
moment the Clock strikes and no one is af
terwards admitted. This gives the Truant a
good excuse both at home and at school. We
understand our young friends highly approve
of this arrangement, especially in standing time.
The Springfield Republic. W. T. Cogge
shall, Esq., late State Librarian, assumes the
proprietorship and editorial control of this
excellent tri-weekly. lie is a gentleman of
culture and experience.; and tlie Republic..
invVr hi aJuiiii-trfttioii will, no doubt, fu'l
sustain the reputation given it by Mr. George
II. Frey. We wish all parties every success.
Gen. McClellan's Dream. Under this cap
tion on our first page we publish a story of
the imagination by Wesley Bradshaw, the
best writer, perhaps, of legendary lore, since
Lipprad. A similar sketch from his pen last
Spring, entitled "Washington's Vision," was
commended by Edward Everett as " teach
ing a highly important lesson to every true
lover of his country."
The romantic story of the Union soldier
and the Richmond heiress, on the same page,
is true in every particular. The " hero" is
Sergeant Moulton, of the Third Connecticut
Regiment, and the "heroine" has eloped from
the rebel capital to share his fortunes. All
honor to such a Union woman !
A Word to the Craft. Buy your presses,
type, and other printing material of the Frank
lin Type Foundry, Cincinnati the Western
" division" of the celebrated house of L. John
son Si Co., PhilaiVa. It is a truth, worthy
of all acceptation, that the beauty and dura
bility of its t-pe and material cannot by sur
passed, if equalled. Under the efficient Su-1
perinttndency of Mr. Robert Allison, the
"organization" of the Franklin is as complete
and perfect as clock-work, and the agreable,
gentlemanly treatment received at the Foun
dry from Mr. A. and the "attaches" ia only
equalled by the promptitude and correctness
with which your orders are filled, " to the
'letter. "
Cast your eye over Tin Union t and we
believe you will, hereafter, cast your " lines"
for orders in the " pleasant places" of the
Franklin.
Below, the reader will find, in verse, though
not in poetic measure, a letter from a mem
ber of the CGth, descriptive of the Regiment's
" march" to Camp Candy, Ac. Tho date is
not a recent one, but the " style" makes it
readable, notwithstanding ;
CAMP CANDY, Jan. 26, 1862.
Dear Mother :
From Obana town
That lovely Tillage of renown
We marched at 2 o clock, Friday,
The seventeenth of Jan., they say.
The sun was hid from mortal view,
And smiled not on the soldier crew
The noble Sixty-sixth, by name
The noble Sixty-sixth of fame.
When we at the Capital City gay
Arrived, the cheering light of day
Had disappeared from mortal sight,
And descending from the throne, Night
Cast her dark mantle on the world ;
"Her banner to the breeze unfurled."
We tarried there two hours, then
Something less than a thousand men,
On the Ohio railroad Central,
Headed by our gallant Colonel,
Went swiftly, swiftly went alo.:g,
Caroling now and then a soug.
In tiie neighborhood of Bcllair,
On the Ohio River fair,
The railroad cars the track fiew,
And killed three of our noble crew.
-
We arc now camped in Maryland;
Eighteen miles from Cumberland ;
And the Alleghany mountains high,
Around us tower to the sky.
While in the distance swiftly sweep
The waters of the Potomac, deep.
at
ot
J. C.
HOW THE TAXES GO.
We reproduce in, this number a very con
spicuous " Notice to the Tax payera of Cham
paign County" for the year 1861, which was
published six weeks in the Urbana Citizen,
during last autumn. Our readeTs will be in
terested ' noticing particularly the printer's
art of display, in using large head lines and
blank spaces, all of which served to swell his
charges, as these spaces were paid for as solid
matter at advertising rates.
The law under which this professes to have
been done, (vol. 52, page 124) diricts that the
County Treasurer, after receiving the dupli
cate of taxes, shall cause notices to be posted
up in three places in each township through
out the county, and also to be inserted in
some newspaper for six weeks, specifying in
said notices, Vie amount of tax levied on the
duplicate, for the support of the State Gov
ernment; for the payment of interest and
principal of the public debt; for the support
of State common Schools ; for defraying coun
ty expenses; for the repairing of roads ; for
keeping the poor; for the building of bridges ;
for township expenses; and for each other
object, for which tax may be levied the ob
ject of the law being to let tax payers know
for what things their burden of taxes was
borne. Our worthy county Treasurer has
very innocently (alien into the mistake of fol
lowing a form said to have come from head
quarters at Columbus, and given us tw ta
bles of rule and fignre work, which are usually
charged at double price, though no rule and
figure work is really necessary. .
Our readers will please notice with what
care, the column of mills is thirteen times re
peated, and the last time was for the gratify
ing purpose of letting the people know that
the whole amount of taxes levied in Cham
paign County was nine mills moie than 97.
237 dollars and 92 cents!
Tax-payers, what think you was the cost
of this ? In the first place there was a hand
bill " to be posted up," in the township : that
cost the county thirty dollars. Then the
notices" had to be inserted in a newspaper
six weeks: the printer took this same mat
ter for wliich he had already charged in the
hand bill, (reduces the head lines a little,) and
puts it in his paper for six weeks at a cost of
147 Dollars and 50 Cents. The unsuspecting
Treasurer was no doubt thunderstruck, and
the Auditor puzzled, but the bill was paid ;
and if the tax-payers did not get 177 Dollars
a:id 50 Cents worth of good solid satisfaction,
for thbir money the printer did, and no doubt
enjoyed it much.
We s'.iall publish their valuable tables for
the half of "six weeks," that the public may
study their contents; and we shall call atten
tion to them again.
that resembles old Champaign ; but the simi-
" Ohio Boys' Bi llktin." We received a
number of this litUe paper last week of which
W. A. Sampson, late of the Urbana Free Press,
cTrrrin'-ctrirfafld herewith appeiia TXie
" Salutatory" and "leader" for the benefit of
our home readers:
Our Sheet. Having found sufficient ma
terial in the -Virginia Republican Office, an
establishment from which emanated one of
the vilest of sccesh sheets, we improve npon
our experience in publishing the Free Press
and issue the Ulno Jiovs linlletin. We
hope that our friends will not be too critical,
as a want o!" tin e and assistance prevent, our
carrying out the enterprise as we would
WlslL H . A. bAMPSON.
To orR Friends at Home, GnEirriNfi. We
arrived at the City oi Martinsburg on Sunday
night, March ulh, having marched by a cir
cuitous route from Back Creek a distance of
15 miles, from which point we started about
two o clock P. M. We are quartered in the
hngiue House fc Machine !l)op uuildings be
longing to the B. & O. Railroad Co.. and are
enjoying hugely the fi'St days of town life it
has been our privilege to enjoy siuce we left
home.
We have found Martinsburg a town of very
fair proportions (about the size of Urbana.)
containing some very fine public buildings
and private residences; but the greater num
ber of the buildings are of a style and materi
al that show age. The surrounding country,
so far as we have seen, is splendid. From
the time we left Ohio until we were within a
few miles of Martinsburg we saw nothing
larity between this ami onr old home is so
striking that we sometimes fancy we can see
some familiar spot reproduced as it were for
our especial gratification.
We found the " Virginia Republican" Of
fice on one of the main streets and proceeded
to take posession and convert it to our own
use and purposes. Our first business was to
print a lot of blank passes for the Provost
Marshal. Having a little time to-day we con
cluded to improve it by issuing a little sheet,
and send greeting to the friends at home.
The state of society ere w anything but
enviable. We find Tie noble sons and
daughters of old Virginia who would not
tamely submit to the usurpations and impo
sitions of the traitor chiefs, and much have
iliey suffered and endured rather than com
promise their honor and be a party to the dis
grace of their country's flag. And then we
find another class who side with the party in
power when the secessionists held the place
they were supporters of the Confederacy, but
now that " tlie Yankees," as they call all of
our troops, have possession of the town they
are for the Union. They may be two faced
and at heart our enemies, but they are not
dangerous. If they have noc sufficient cour-
ace to avow their sentiments there is no like-
1:1. ..j 1.: -,.n:,:.. TL.. 1,:,1
11110 'u " uieir risking u uunisiuii. 1110 nmu
ch.s: trc the out-and-out secessionists. The
principal characters, including Mr. Alburtis,
the proprietor of the office we are now con
verting to our own uses, are the objects of
special care, insomuch that they are furnish
ed apartments in tlie Court House. There
are but few men of this class at liberty and
tliev are obliged to keep mum.
Everything has been going on quietly since
our arrival. On Monday Col. Camly entered
upon the discharge ol bis duties as Provost
Marshal. The whiskey shops being the
stumbling block over which discipline univer
sally falls, were soon closed, and a guard sta
tioned oer Ihetn. To-day Col. Candy took
command of the Tost, tlie main body of the
division having started lor Wirft.hester, and
Maj. Lockwood entered upon the duties of
Provost Marshal. -We will remaii at this
place until our teams come up, whea we will
rejoin the Division.
The Assignee's Sale of Stoves and Tin-ware
the room lately occupied by John M. Hel
mick, deserves the attention of all those who
are need of such articles. The opportunity
obtaining the best goods at cost is seldom
afforded. -
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McClellan's Proclamation.
Whatever criticism may be passed on Mc-
Clellan as a military leader, there can be no
doubt that he writes more pointed, eloquent
and inspiring proclamations than any general
since Napoleon. His proclamation to the
Army of the Totomac, published on our first
page, has never been excelled in the power of
animating the heart of the soldier, and giving
a firm martial temper to his mind. Its spirit
is that of the most generous, elevated and in
trepid patriotism and it will be hard to con
vince any but the General's determined ene
mies that such a composition could come from
the mind of an intriguer after place. We
learn that it has been received by the army
with immense enthusiasm, and indeed it is
worth more than all the trumpets of all the
regimental band3 to stir the soul and nerve
the arm of tlie soldier, in the battles which
are now imminent. Boston Transcrijit.
Emphatic Proclamation by the Mayor of Memphis.
phis.
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To the People of Memphis : Much has
been said in regard to the burning or our city.
I have, as John Park (not as Mayor), to say
this to our citizens: that I will, under any
and all circumstances, protect the city from
incendiaries, and he who attempts to fire his
neighbor's house or even his own whereby
endangers his neighbor's, I will regardless
of judge, jury or the benefit of clergy, hang
him to the first lump-post, tree or awning.
I have the means under my control to carry
out the above individual proclamation.
Marck 7, 1SC2. John Park.
Unionism at Savannah, Tennessee.
Savannah, from which I now write, is a
Utile village of two or three hundred inhab
itants, in llarding, one of the southern coun
ties of the State. It will be remembered as
one of the points where Lieut. Phelps and
other officers ot the Alabama gunboat expe
dition, were greeted so cordially. The place
is intensely Union, and the sight of so large
an uimy creates 110 little enthusiasm among
them. Tlie Union people have flocked in
from far and wide. About fifty people have
already enlisted to-day, and probably a good
many of our regiments will receive important
acquisitions. JNot a lew ot tliose who nave
enlisted had been drafted for the rebel army.
I am informed that drafting has been resorted
to largely since the Donelson aud Henry
battles. Vor. Missouri Democrat.
Tite cause of the L.mos is the cause of th
people.
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Beals In Coin and Exchaiige, makes temporary Loans, j
uiiu a,ii.-iiun lu . uiieeiiuiiH,
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i
Ornci of Receiver of tfttaASA BaNkiso Co., )
i5th March, f
: Tv order or the Court nf Common Pleas of Cham.
, ,laiOTCMt,,ohio,,(nrtherdi-iIlednrsuIK!rM1M,
! declared payuh.e to the holder of bank-notes isHard fof
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J Receiver's CertiiitatUB for bank nutea heretofore ur-
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ceiver Kir allowance.
nl-4w. E. GLK!H, Special Receiver.
tTo coN?rfpnvKS, th advertiser.
having heell restored to health ir. a few weeks by a
Very simple remedy, after haintr mffcred several years
im a w.ni: n,u Buni.inu, I .HQ tliai uimtt UlSense,
i onsumprion is anxious to make known to bis fei-
1 low sunerers ine means ot
j To all who desire it. he w m send a copv of the pre-
scription ased ifrea of char ,re.) with the directions for
prepariim and uiug the .sine, which thev will and a
I hUKB CCBE COB UJNSlT.PIfflJ. ATHA. BBIWOIITH,
c. The only ohject o the advertiser in eeudint; th
Frescrmtliin is to 1 jent the afflicted, and enread in
formation which he conceives to he invaluable, and he
I hopes every auaen.r will try bia remedy; as it will cost
1 ""au nouimj;, ai. 1 may prove a Kiessine.
I wt- REV. BDWAKD A. y
nl-Sm.
WILSON.
Wilirjnsburgh, aUngs County, New York.
7 LOWER SEEDS BY MAIL.
j
"Ve will forward by mail to nay part of the United
citato, post-paid, any varieties that may be ordered at
tha following prices.
10 va. selected from those at 6c per paper $0 50
24 ' ' 1 on
1 1 ...... V 'i
j 1 B5 0 50
j 5 1 ' 1 IM
Collection of Flowar Seeds.
Persons desirinc us to make their selections, may
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1 w e believe that our experience will en.-i'le 11s to make
selectioas. laree or small, that can not fail to ine en-
tire satisfaction :
j I'scKete Annun'.s, Biennials & Herennials,
favorite kinds. $3 00
J SO Packats Animals, Biennials & Perennials.
I (UTOrit KIDUS .......1 2 )
I S5 Packets Anuualai best kinds lm
11 ' .... rsj
. 20 New and Rare Annuals . . ." 2 00
1 Choice Collection Ornamental GrasseA 1 UO
Kverlastmg Flowers 1 IKI
Alpine or Rock Plants 1 tm
' Climbing Plants, Annual 1 00
' ' " aud Perennial 1 no
' ' Oreenhonse Plant Seeds.. 2 110
' Ornamental Leaved Plants 1 00
Address: , -
A. BORNEMAN. Florist & Scedman,
Versailles. Woodfor Co.. Ky. (P. O. Box l:jt.)
tiSond for a Description Catalogue.
Choice Vegetable Seeds by Mail.
20 Varieties for $1 00 I Our
45 Varieties for 2 OU )" Selection.
WISHING to give to those who reside at a distance
an opportunity to test the qnalitr of onr Vegetable
Seeds, whicn we are conlldent will compare favorably
with any ever offered iu this country, we have prepar
es small packets, which will be sent by mail, post
paid, at the above prices: None but the most desir
able varieties will be included.
To prevent disappointment, we wish It distinctly
understood that Peas, Beans and Corn are not inclnd
I ed in the mail packages, on account of their weight.
A. IX.Ht.lti.VtA.N.
Versailles. Woodford Co., Ky..
JT"Send for a Description Catalogue,
April 4, nl-4ra.
RAEFTCfBERa
FiiniLY MKIilClSESs
Itt AIL PRICBS.
Veeafhle pills, prr box,
GrreB Muuutain Ointment, per sox
SflNaparilla, per bottle;
Children's Panacea, per bottle;
Eye Lotion, pur bottle.
Fever and Aime Remedy, per box;
Health Bitters, per package,
Pyentary svrup. per bottle.
Consumptive's Balm, per bottle.
Marshall's Uterine Cathnltcon. per riotUc!.
Gmefenbenr Hie Remedy, per bottle, .
ii
2S
100
511
SS
SO
45
SO
auo
1 m
Manual of Health, per copv.
For sale by the city drnggisU; also by agents ia tba
principal tons in Ohio.
MOMS TESTIVOifi
ILtrtfbrd, Tmmbull Co., O., March T, '57.
I hereby certify that I have been dealing in the Grft
efcnharg Vcdiciiies for the pastyeif, and ca traly Buy
that I have met with th decided approliation of U.
?.,-'iple like those, particularly tlie pills and cataoiico.1.
'hoy will redily perform all and more than i promised
for them. 1 buve sold abont lifty. bottles of the caUio
licoa the past season, aud I hc?!r the be:t results in ev
ery case. J. II. C. JOHNSON, Medical AetnC
Read what Dr. Bushnell save of the Graefenbare
Mi-dirinev Dr. B. ts a ptivirianofextensiveurachre.
and one of the mo.t successful ia the county iTruin
This certifti-s that 1 have nffl the Graefct-herrTiyla
and Marshall's Cathulieon, sold here.hy J. H. C. rtohi
son, in my practice, to my entire satisf iction. They
are gtxid medicine - Dr. G. W. IU'silNELL.
lI:urtford. Trumbull Co.. O.. March 7, 157.
Wert Bcdfonl. C6'socton Co., May 14, "57.
Mr, H. B. Kinirlev. Sir: I h.ive beta s'eihnc tla
medicines of the Gra'cronWrc Company for thela-.! ten
yenrs: and liavv invariably found ib.cftk to give prcat
sativraction: and the piilt-1 have sold to a ifft-at m;uiv
familiii as regular as'their tea and mTce. and with tnv
trade they have become a staple article. Marshall's
I tenne CathoMcon is a medirmr lh;Lt has Ain- a rr:it
amount of good in female disca.-es. One lady I sold it
to tola, me tivit she hnd receiu more benefit from one
bottle tltiih the did from a loHir course of medical tnit-
meut by the most skillful physician. Yours truly.
neallh of American Women.
Female Irreirularitkfl. wcaku?s. ntcrine disnlarn
ment. and alt local uterine difficulties and constitution
al troubles of women an; entirely cured by thi iiraefen-
oer .narsiiafi s 1 icnne c:ntnolicon.
In tills connection. .Ul..a het-her. siwter gr tltA Dnv
Henry Want Bcuchcr, in Letters to the People, pag
"I have nine sisters and sister-ia-lavcs sni! f.iT,ri.n
ferns le cousins, nil married, and nil delicate mid niliut;.
Amid the immense circle of niv friends and accinsin
taaccf . I caue.ot. m-all ten married la.Uea born iu
this century aud country, who are perfectly icalihv."'
lit CH.-cs, liowever. where the IvraefenhrCstholhx'.n
has been sed, we umst sav that heailli h is rapidly ta.
ken the plant of diaease. and ladles aavebccoruarofaujt,
sfroiig. vigorous, and healthy.
Mrs. Gleason. of piimira. say?: ' Beautiful. Indeed, i
the contidin!;. trn-lirlt; ni'-tiiia of woman. Nil how much
does it need to be nrotedou by awalcliftitn.-sthatwill
lead her in time of dis" ls to appeal to a medieal adri
spr of scientific education, moral worth and purity of
chnracter." J
All these may be secured by aidressing the Gran en
berg company. .
I am a Methodist clcivvman. My hesrt has fairly
ached to witness Uia feebli, health of woman as I have
traveled mv cinaiit preaching the fitfrl. 1 thank God.
however, that I have seen ail theae disuses i;ive wav to
the Graefenbeiv Mcivliairs Utvriup (:thjlicon. wfn-r-ever
it hna been nU Rcy. l'El'ER SHARP Rirk'
vrsy.Iichigan. Formerly of Western St.irk, ilidina
FOR SALE BY
MOORE A M"OMSEV. T-rhsna
J. H. McINTIRK. West Liliertv."
F. S. CLASOX. Be'k-tiiainc. "
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