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Our Omnibus Budget.
. Jinny gooJ men are like chest
nuts very pleasant nuts, but enclosed
in very prickly burs.
. A compass is suiJ to Lave tLirty-
tw points ; the compass of many a man's
mind has no point at all.
Art is the revelation of man ; and
not merely that, but likewise the revela
tion of Nature speaking through man.
There is a mystery in every young
woman's heart, unsolved till her spirit
j" is Veddod to a kindred spirit. ,
We know fools at sight much
more readily than we do wise men for
we see fifty times as many of them.
Spare thai you may spend ; fast
that you may feast ; labor that you may
live ; and run that you may rest.
It might be difficult to say which
Vould contribute most to the peace of a
country the execution of the laws or
No doubt honesty is the best poli
cy ; but those who do honest things mere
ly because they think it good policy, are
There are some men whose na
ture are so unmitigatedly wicked that it
cosU them more to be decent than it does
.others to be saints. -
. Don't be eternally at law ; let it
not be always said of your children, while
you are still alive, that they have a fath
No matter how many kinds of
lovely flowers a young woman may have
in the garden of her soul if she hasn't
Great events may be traced back
to great thoughts, which stand to them
in the same relation as obscure progeai
tors to illustrious descendants.
Bring up your children so that
they will root easily in their own soil
and not be forever grafted into your old
.trunk and bouhgs.
General Cox has had three sharp
engagements with the enemy, and driven
them entirely out of Greenbriar, Jlercer
and Giles counties.
Samuel F. Vinton, formerly a
member of Congress from this State, and
one of the Commissioners of District
Emancipation, is dead.-
" There are times when our souls
are restless, and a voice sounds within us
like the trump of the archangel, and
thoughts, long buried, come out of their
The suspicious man peoples the
whole air around him with demons and
goblins that are eternally jibbering at
him and playing fantastic tricks with
Assistant Postmaster-General Kas-
eon has given an opinion that handbills
.cannot be inclosed in newspapers and
tent through the mail, without subject
ing them to letter postage.
1 On Friday last the United States
Senate passed, by a vote of twenty-eight
to seven, a bill abolishing the block code
of the District of Columbia, and provid
ing for the education of the colored chil
dren. -- The clergyman must have been
much astonished who received, as a wed
ding fee, a salt fish, as the one taking a
collection for the poor was when Jlrs.
Partington put a paper of doughnuts in
the box instead of the expected dime.
The rebel gunboats eight in
number, and iron-plated, attacked the
Mississippi flotilla on Saturday morning,
and were whipped, losing three of their
boats. There were six boats engaged on
our side. Only one was injured, and
that but slightly.
Jliles Fletchet, Superintendent of
Public Instruction in Indiana, was kill
ed by a railroad accident, on the Evans
ville & Crawfordsville Rrilroad, on Satur
day. Governor Jlorfon and several oth
er gentlemen, who were in tho same car,
narrowly escaped a similar fate.
Lieut. C. II. Tompkins, who mide
that brilliant cavalry charge into Fair
fax last Summer, has been promoted to
a colonelcy of volunteers, and is assign
ed to the command of the First Ver
mont Cavalry, serving with JIaj.-Gen.
Banks' Division. .
. .According to advices from New
hern, General Burnside has built a
" railroad Jlonitor," in other words, a
locomotive covered with cn iron-plated
framewoak, and carrying two guns one
at each end to be used on the railroad
in the direction of Goldsboro.
.... Perry Davis, the inventor of the
" Pain Killer," which bears his name,
died at Providence, R. I., on Fridays
May 2d. Mr. Davis has long been iden
tified with the benevolent interests of
Providence, and his liberal gifts will Le
missed by religious and charitable socie
ties, lie leaves a fortune for h?s family.
. Governor Johnson, of Tennessee,
has issued a proclamation, ordering that
in every instance in which Union men
are arrested and maltreated by mauraud
ing bands, five or more rebels from the
most prominent in the immediate vicini-
ty, Shan be imprisoned or otnerwise dealt
with as the case may require."
progress OF the JGE. Uiory to
de LtOTd l exclaimed a snowy-neaaea
African the other day, " Glory to de
Lord I I neber 'specttd to lid to gee dis
day. De white man hab to had a pass, J
but de nigger go whar he please without ,
none. Glory to de Lord I"
The Farm and Garden.
Condiment for Cattle.
At a meeting of the American Insti
tute Club in New York, April 2Sih, con
diments for cattle were discussed:
A letter of inquiry' was road by the
Chair about the value of ' Thorley's food
for cat lie."
Solon llol'inson said it was not food,
and it had been thoroughly proved of no
benefit ' to healthy stock,-therefore he
objected to the cheat of calling it food.
If sold as medicine, those who desired
to give it to sick animals could buy it
for that purpose. Sold as food, it is a
cheat, and uo advintsge whatever.
Frof. JIapes I do not know but that
declaration is a little too strong. I used a
barrel of this " food for cattle" without
a particle of benefit, but perhaps it was
because my cattle did not need any con
diments ; for others have used it, we are
assured, to great advantage. It is not
true of cattle, as it is of land, that they
sometimes do not appropriate all the food
they consume. Grain is ofton voided
whole ; or cattle may, as they often do,
eat grain without thriving, and then
some condiment may be beneficial. We
know very well that oats and carrots, fed
in equal portions to a horse, serve a bet
ter purpose as food than oats alone ; yet
analysis would show that oats were far
more valuable than carrots. The truth
is, they act as a condiment, and enable
the horse to assimilate all the food in the
oats and hay. We know that cooked
food for some animals is more valuable
than uncooked, because it enables the
animal to extract more of the starch and
sugar, So with carrots and oats ; for it
has been proved that a horse fed -6 quarts
of oats and 6 quarts of carrots would do
as much work and keep in as good order
as when fed with 12 quarts of oats.-. Yet
analysis would seem to prove this result
impossible. It is barely possible that
some condiments mixed with food may
have the same effect as mixing the car
rots, by assisting the digestion of the ani
mals. E. G. Tardec That is the case with
the human family. Some have such pow
ers of digestion that they can assimilate
any coarse food. Others seem to require
condiments to assist. It is a question of
some importance to know how far it
would be beneficial to use condiments in
cattle food, l i the use of carrots, some
who have used them almost as the sole
food of animals for a time have decided
that they were not valuable. They have
mistaken their use. They should not be
relied upon as food entirely, but as con
diments, as we use fruit to aid in the di
gestion of other articles. How many peo
ple are injured by badly-cooked food,
instead of by food itself. We want our
food so prepared that the stomach can
assimilate it without taking an inordinate
quantity . Itis the same with cattle food.
Prof. JIapes Many am nab take con
diments, or medicine when they require
it, and perhaps something of the kind
may be artificially prepared and given to
advantage. We sometimes ses cats re
sort to a plant, that has thus acquired its
name of catnip. Dogs at times eat grass.
Horses swallow earth, and swine eat rot
E. G. Pardee Still, I think it bad
policy for any owner of cattle to rely
upon any condiments to save food. It is
better always to feed cattle healthy. Cas
tor oil is a very good family medicine,
but it won't do to rely'upon it, though
some families who use it, never need a
physician, nor other medicine.
A correspondent writes to the Ameri
can Agriculturist : It is poor policy to
set them in rich soil ; let it be of just
moderate fertility. Give them the warm
est part of the garden ; set small pieces
of bush around them until they have
eighteen or so inches high, then drive in
notched stakes along side of the rows,
say about two feet high, and one these
notches lay poles bean poles will an
swer on each side of the rows ; as soon
as the vines are high enough to lay them
on these poles, this will expose them to
the sun and air and keep the fruit clean.
The tomato may he trained also like a
grapevine, on a low trellis or sunny wall,
the yield of fruit is enormous, and on a
warm wall the first frost will do no real
Vacant Spots. There are n?glected
cornre3 on almost every farm. Some of
these could not be made productive with
out much labor, and therefore it might
not be advisable to look after them now,
when harvest is ju-:t at hand and the la
bor of cultivating the growing crops is
pressing. Otners can be made produc
tive with every little labor, and now is
the very time to steal a few hotirs from
the regular frm work and them contrib
u!e to the ingathering of the coming Au
tumn. In enc place you may find a corn
er, already fenced perhaps, where little
or nothing is growing, bat cn which a
crop cf buckwheat, if sown this month
would promise well ; in another, one on
which a patch of turnips could bo grown
advantageously; and in another, a piece
of land, where corn for fall feed miirht
well Le grow. These are small matters,
bat arc wortll attending to. The wise
farmer, while making some portion of
L;s farm Lighly productive, will desire
that every portion of it should be pro
Fmnvixo kindness to tho wicked and
ungrateful is like feeding dogs that will
bark at you none the less.
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Life Pills and Phoenix Bitters.
These MVcims have now boon before the public for
the last THIRTY Y EAKS. and during that time have
maintained a hiirh character in almo-t every part of the
Globe, for th'ir extraordinary and immediate power of
restoring perfect health to pen-on suficring under near
ly every liind of disease to which the human frame is ii
aMe The following are among the distressing variety
of human diseases in which the
Vejetable Life Medicine3
are well known to te infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the first aud
second stomachs jnd creating a How ot pure, healthy
bile. iunTend of t.ie stale and acrid kind: FLATULEN
CY, Loss of Appetitt?, llv:irtburn. Headm-he, Restless
ness, Ill-temper. Anxiety, Languor n:;d Melancholy,
which are the general symptom. of Dyspepsia, will van
ish, as a muufal consequence of its cure.
COSTIVENESh. by cl'-nnsing the whole length of the
intestinne with a solvent process. !ind without violence:
all violent purges leave the bowels costive in two days.
FEVERS of all kinds, by restoring the the blood to a
regular circulation, through the pncess of respiration
in -nch rases, nnd the thorough solution of all intesti
nal obstruction in ottR-rs.
The Life Medicines have ben knowu to enre I?TI
EL'MATISM permanently in three weeks, and (iOUT
in half that tim'', by removing local inl'amination from
the mnsch-s and liniments of the joints.
DKOPSfES of all kind-, by freeing and strengthen
in? the kldueva and bladder; they operate most delit
fully on thtee "important orsrans. "and hence have ever
been found a certain reined" fur the very worst cases of
Also WORMS, by dislodging from the turnings of the
bowels the slimy matter to which these creatures ad
here. SCURVY. EXCELS and INVETERATE PORES, by
the perfect purity which these Life Medicixes give to
the blood, and ai'l the humors.
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS nnd Bad Complexions,
by their alterative eifect upon the ilu.ds that feed the
the skin, and the morbid state of which occasions all
eruptive romolamta, Baliow, cloudy, and other disare-
The use of these Pills for a very short time will effv-ct
an entire cure of SALT UtlFA .M.and a Btrikin? im
provement in the eli-arne of tin? skin. COMMON
CoLtS aud IN t' LrKNZ.wiU always be cured hy one
doae, or by two in the worst cast's.
PILtS. The original proprietor of these Medieine
was cured of Pile?, uidd years standing, by the use of
the Life Medicine Jonc
FEVER and V(iL . Vor tliis Pconrp-e of the WeFt
ern Country thee 7!cdicine w ili be found a afe. wpeed
v and certuin remedy. Otber medicines I -ave t!ie syi-
tim !uliiect to a return ol the msejie- a cure bv these
Mr dieine is nermanent TRY THEil, Uii SATISFI
ED. AM) BI2 Ct'KKi).
UILIOrs FEYEKS and LTVER COVPLATNTS.
General Ielilitv. !.ot of Appetite. i:d I)r-'V.se. of Fe
males tha Medicine ha.t ? ued with the most
ben-'ticial results in e.osen ofiirs d seript:on: Kii:trs
vil, and Serofnia in ir worsi fi'! iii-. yii lu to the uiid
vet powerful action .if these remiakable Medicine.
N?nt Sweats. Nervous Lvi'ility, .NCrou Complainrp.
of all kinds, Piibtitaitou of the Uuirt, raiuter's Chulie,
are speedily cured.
MKRCt'KI L DISFASFS. Perons wbo?e const!
tntions have hrcftpe imtired by lite iiHudicious use of
Mercury, will find these Mefllciuena perfect .cure. as tht,y
' ' ' .u.T: ' luZ ' " Ji
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preparations of Sarsapariila.
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CHILDREN CRT TOR
SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS,
They relieve t Cough instantly. .
They clear the Throat.
They give strength and volume to the voice.
They impart a delicious aroma to the breath.
They are delightful to the taste.
They are made of simple herbs and cannot harm any
I advise every one who has a Congh or a Husky
Voice or a Bad Breath, or any difficulty of the Throat
to get a package of my Throat Confections; they will
relieve you instantly, and yon will agree with me
that "they go right to the spot." You will find them
very useful and pleasant while traveling or attending
public meetings for stilling your Cough or allaying
your thirst. If yon try one package, I am safe in say
ing that you will ever afterwards consider them indis
pensable. You will find them at the Druggists and
Dealers in Medicines.
PRICE TYTEXTT-FIYE CENTS.
My signature is on each package. All others are
A Package will be sent by mail, prepaid on receipt
Ci Thirty Cents. Address
HENRY C. SPALDING,
48 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK.
S7"By tha use of these Pills the periodic attacks oi
Nervous or Sick Headache may he prevented ; and ii
taken at the commencement of an attack immediate
relief from pain and sickness will b obtained.
They seldom foil in removing the Xoosea and Head
ache to which females are so subject.
They act gently upon the bowels removing Costive
ness. For Literary Men. Student?, Delicate Females, and
all persons of sedentary habit?, they are valuable as a
Laxative, improving the appetite, giving tone and vig
or to the digestive organs, and restoring their natural
elasticity and strength to the whole system.
The CEPHALIC PHILL3 are the ;-e.uIt of long in
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having been in use many years, during which time
they have prevented and relieved a vast amount of
pain and suifcring from Headache, whether originat
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They are entirely vegetable in their composition,
and may te taken at all times with perfect safety, wi i
out making any change of diet, and the absecc of
any disagreeable ta&te renders it easy to adminisier
them to children.
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Trice, 25 Cents.
All orders should be addressed to
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will save ten times its cost1
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n3-3m HORACE V. SIOLSR, Agent
OMETIHXG XEW SOMETIUNG NEW-READ:
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It i.- the only mahieuf the kind which may be pack
ed in an ordinary tool chet, far tranapurtarion. Jt
can be worked with eae. even by a boy, and to Farm
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will prove invaluable.
Aftu from ilb intrinsic merits, the machine can be
afforded at so low a price as to p'.aee it within CH
reach of ail. The proprietors beiu in receipt of flat
terintr ttstiniomafa from Kit rope, i where such a ma
chineThas lontr been needed. are anxjons to place it
before the approaching FAiK" in London,
and how o:ier the nirhts for a few of the Western,
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For explanatory, circulars, and farther particulars
address to sole proprietor.
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Micr?I Tnt-ler & others - J sell land.
To Jacob Yutsler. Casper Tattlers. Benjamin Tuts
ler, Jasper Yutrtler and Mary Jane Yotlen You are
hereby informed, that on the ftth day of Mny. lhti-i. said
Administrator tiled his petition in the Probate Cot ft
of i hampaiim County. Ohio, the object and prayer of
which petition is to obtain an wdir. &c, on the 2Hh
day of June. 1W for the sale of tbt Knowing real es
tate (of which the aid laac J. Yutsier died seized.)
or so much as may be neceary to pav the debt of
said decedent to-wit: Situated in said count- and
State, bein? lot No 3. as assiirned tc Isaac J. Yhtsler
and as shown by the plat of partition tiled In the Court
of Common Pleas tit eaid County, in the case of Wm,
Snmners airainst, !ichael Yut-ier and others, beijin
ina in the North line of the uorth-eait quarter of bec
tin 16. Township three, rantre I?, 7 90-1U0 poles West
of the north-eas corner of said quarter at a stone N.
W. corner to lot. No 2. as slwwn by said plat, thence
North 8tl, West 45 75-NX poles to a stone ; thence
South l1 ; West 90 e6-HH) poies to "tone in the North
line of lot No 1 ; thence with said line Sooth ew Eat
45 75-100 poles to a stone S. W, corner of kt o4;
thence with the west line of lot No 2X Nona East
'JO S6-100 poles to the be'inninz. containing acres of
land. Wm. J. ile A LE X A Nl t K K, Admr,
May 14 1SG2, n7-4w. of l&&c J. Yuuler deed.
anion" gates ai gibcttisinjj.
TRANSIENT AND LEGAL.
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yi Column, " " 20.00 $12.00 $ 7.00
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We will forward hv mail to any part of the United
States, po-t-paid. any varieties that may be ordered at
the follow i n i; prices;
10 va. selected iroin tno-e at oc per paper $0 oil
10 0 5)
14 4 i m
3 25 0 311,
5 ' " 1 00
Collection of Flower Seeds.
Person3 desirini ns to make their selection b. dirt
rely upon our eudiitif oniy thuse which are realiy
most showy and desirable, and of easy cultivation.
We believe" that oar experience will enable us to nutke
selections, luree or small, that can not fail to gh e en
tire satisfaction :
100 Packets Annnal-s Bienniaia & Hercnmals,
favorite kinds fo 00
50 Packets Annuals, Biennials Perennials,
favorite kinds 8 50
25 Packets Annuals, best kinds. .. 1 00
11 .... 60
St) 4 New and Rare Annn.tl 2 on
Choice Collection Ornamental irasses 1 00
jveriasrinir t lowers loo
r Alpine or Rock Plants 1 ).o
1 Climbing Plants, Annual 1 00
and Perennial 1 (
1 Oreeuttouse Plant Seeds.. 3 00
4 Ornamentai Leaved Plants 1 00
A. BORXKM AN. Florist & Secdman,
Versailles. W oodford Co., Ky. (P. O. Box 1J1.)
JsSend for a Description Catalogue.
Choice Vegetable Seeds by Ma if.
20 Varieties for V 00 t Onr
45 Varieiiefl for 2 00 f Selection.
WTSIinvr. to irive to those who reside at a distance
an opportunity ttest tiie quality of our Vegetable
Seeds, whk-h we :ire eouiid'jnt will compare favorably
with any ever oil'ereil in this ennntry. we have prepar
ed smut 1 paekois. whicb will be cent by niaii post
paid, at the above price. None but the most uesir
able varieties will be iiu lude I.
To prevent dNappi-intmeut. we wish it distinctly
understood that Peas. lVans and Torn are not ineliuf-
ed in the mail packages, on account of their weight.
Vcr-aille-, WoinU'ord to., Ky.,
X ""Sencl for a Peeriptiou Catalogue.
April Z, LsdJ. ul-iia.
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If yon wish to
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