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Our Omnibus Budget.
A. peed y coat very often covers a
ieart in fall bloom.
1 Truth is immortal, nd lie some
times as long-lived as Methuselah.
."-A scolding wife is generally a
high-toned woman. .
The most brutal man has a hogs
head full of brains euch as they are.
A man's money seldom grows
more than half as fast as his love of it.
A, woman is lite tar melt her,
and she will take any form you please.
Prentice says there is no braver
iouI en earth than the soul of oar Foote.
A man never so beautifully shows
his own strength as when he respects wo
man's 6oftaess. ' ,
The gorgeous trappings of the
dead are but the outward dressings of
the pride of weeping survivors.
It often happens to genius as to
epoons, the plated article talcs the place
,f te real metal. . .,-. .- - .-
Thank God, Madam, I have con
tracted BO bad habite." Jv'o, sir, you
have expanded them."
The battles, in which a man a
chieves his. noblest life-victories, are
fought in solitude.
' J Some men are lite gardens en
closed by rough stone walla unsightly
without, but beautiful within.
. . Every man knows best when he
plays the knave; his neighbors knows
lest when he plays the fool.
- L The miser empties his heart into
his purse. The student empties his purse
into his head.
: A. young woman's beau ideal is
pretty certain to be exactly likeher
. Bankruptcies are getting alarm
ingly common ; even a good many jails
have been broken lately.
.- Some editors never tell the truth
- except when they charge each other with
lying. . .
To a lover, his sweetheart's right
hand, and cheek, and eye, and ear, are
equalled by nothing on earth but her
left.- - ".' - -
As the soundest health is less per
ceived than the lightest malady, so the
highest joy toucheth us less than the
Mr." Seward thinks the Fugitive
Slave law doesnot apply to the District.
Other very high authority agree with
him., ...... .
I-" Dost thou clean my furniture,
fair handmaiden ?" asked X. of his pret-
ty servant who was polishing his escri
tore. " I dutt" replied the handmaiden.
D.J2. Sickles has been restored
to the command of his brigade. At the
battle of Williamsburg it stood the brunt
of the fight and lost 673 killed and
. The salt famine in the Southern
Contederacy is dreadful. Xot's wife would
bring seventy-five cents a pound there.
Her little finger or little toe would be
deemed a seasonable prize.
" It is so utterly impossible to blink
the facts of Gen. Floyd's career, that we
understand, even among the Confeder
ates themselves, every member of his
. staff Is designated an Aid-de-Scamp.
. Senators Latham andMcDongal
alone voted against the bill punishing
polygamy, and annulling the laws and
ordinances of Utah, on the subject, which
passed by thirty-seven yeas.
.... Anothei very valuable prize has
been secured by our blockading squadron
the.Circassion, a British iron steamer
with earga of silks, teas aad munitions
f war, valued at $1,000,000.
- A milkman was awoke by a wag
in the sight with the announcement that
his best coWa. cheling. He forth
with jumped up to save the life of his
tnlmal, whea, lo f he found a turnip is
the mouth of his pump.
The grandfather of General Ilal
lecl still living, and is one hundred
years old. His residence is near Utica,
ia New .York State. Halleck himeslf
was born in Western Oneida county.
. where most of his relatives, including
one or more brothers, now reside..
The appraisers of Colonel Colt's
estate reckon hie property a over $3f,
800,000, exclusive of his Western and"
Texas lands, his gold and lead mines in
Sout& America, and property in England
all of . which are probably worth an
; Other million.
The bereavements of the war, so
far as the single city of New Orleans is
- eoncsrBed, have a dreadful exemplifica
tion in the appalling fact stated by the
New Orleans Delta, that there are now
no fewer than twenty four hundred orphan
ohildrcn. in the several asylums of that
Farson Brownlow is reaping a
golden harvest. Not less than. $2,500
came from his effort at the Academy of
Music, New York. The meeting at Brook
lyn about $ 1,200, and he will average
about ( 1,000 s lecture. He is to have
$10,000 for the copyright of his coming
took, and on the whole will come out of
the campaign with a full parse.
' Another Rigimest. Another regi
'ment of Infantry from this State, has
- been aothorized, and. the companies -de-.
siring positions are invited to make ap
plication at once through the Adjutant
Our Omnibus Budget. The Farm and Garden.
In the present month, begins the great
hay harvest. This is in many respects,
the most important in the whole year.
Although the crops does not fill the
space in the public eye, as an article of
foreign commerce, which cotton d6es, it
is vet of errer.t monev value. Think of
its fundamental use, the support of all
kinds of farm-stock for six or seven
months of the whole year. As one says:
" It is, in fact, the basis of all our farm
operations, the keystone which sustains
them and gives them all their success.
The test of a farm is the number of cat
tle it feeds, and the cattle in turn feed
the soil." rLetus, thec; fee "to it that
our crop this year is well and season
ably made and properly stored.
In preparing for this annual campaign,
be sure that all other pressing labor is
out of the way. This work is enough
of iteelf to occupy one's time and
thoughts while it lasts; to have other
care superadded, harrasses and perplexes
one so much as to make his true and
proper work every disagreeable. Get all
other matters well ahead so as to feel at
ease about them. Them, see that the
tools and implements are in complete
order scythes, grindstones, mowing ma
chines, hand-rakes, horse-rakes, pitch
forks, wagon, racks, and hay-caps. The
extra hired help is that engaged?
enough of it? and of such a sort as to
be reliable ?
The best time to cut hay, is an impor
tant matter to determine. The end
sought in gathering hay is, obviously, to
cut it when it contains its most nutritive
properties, viz., mucilage, starch, gluten
and sugar, in the best state for their
preservation. Experience shows that
period is when the grass is just in full
flower. After this time, the fibre be
comes woody and indigestible. The
Cvclonaedia of Agriculture says : " It
has been proved that plants of nearly all
sorta, if cut when in full vigor, after
wards carefully died, without any waste
of their nutritive juices, contain nearly
double the quantity of nourishing mat
ter which they do when allowed to attain
their full growth, and make some pro
gress towards decay." Yet, some good
farmers hold that timothy should not be
cut until it passes the stage, and has
nearly ripened its seed ; and this chiefly
for the reason that, if cut early, the roots
are weakened and the meadows gradual
ly destroyed. Still, as a general rule,
the prevalent methed of cutting grass
" when in the milk," is the right one.
When hay is to be cut with scythes,
the work should begin early in the day :
the morning dew is a great help to the
mower. There should be a liberal rest
ing time at midday, and then -the work
resumed and carried on. briskly until
evening. A lunch of plain food, mois
tened with cold coffee or homebrewed
beer, may be brought into the meadow
. . . ,i n l r 3 - C
in tne middle oi eacu jorcnoon ana ai
ternoon, if the hands will be discontent
ed without it, but it is poor policy to
keep the hands and the stomach both at
work all the time, and three good meals
are best for any man, however hard his
work. There is enough heat in haying
time without the addition of ' fire-water.'
As to the expediency of using mowing
machines, we declare decidedly in their
favor, especially on farms of considera
ble extent. They save time, labor, a
great deal of anxiety, and in the long
run, money. When the mowing-machine
is used, do not cut a rod before the
dew is entirely off, for when the hay is
cut by the machine, unless very heavy,
it will need no stirring.
"Make hay while the sun shines," is
a good rule, but it may be carried too far
in haying time. We want the bright
sunshine first to wilt the hay thorough
ly . then let the drying process 6top
Bake up the grass in high cocks while
still hot. If rain threatens, put on the
hay caps ; put them on by four o'clock
to keep off heay dews. The grass may
lie the cocks two days or less, as con
venient for the farmer. On a clear day,
open the cocks, about the middle of the
forenoon after the ground is warm, for
an airing, spreading the hay and turning
once or twice for two" or three hours;
then haul to the barn. The practice of
salting hay, at the time of storing it, is
quite common, and it is applied the more
abundantly when the hay is imperfectly
cured. A little salt, say two or three
quarts to the ton, can wisely be applied
More than this does little good, and the
whole may be injurious. American Ag
A coekespondint 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 ; small pieces of
brush around them until they are eigh
teen nr ko inches hieh, then drive in
notched stakes along side of the rows.
say about two feet high, and on these
notches lay poles, as soon as the vines
are high enough to lay them on the poles.
this will expose them to the sun and air
nnrt teen the fruit clean. ' The tomato
may be trained also like a grape vine, on
a low trellise' or sunny wall, the yield of
fruit in enormous, and on a warm wall
the first frost will do no real injury.
Politeness is the outward garment of
good will. But many are the nut shells
in which, if You - crack them nothing
like a kernel is to be found.
g Soa gem gaper.
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SPALDING'S THBOAT CONFECTIONS.
LADIEf AKI DEUSBTZD WITH
SPALDING'S THHOAT CONFECTIONS.
children car roe '
SPALDING'S THBOAT CONFECTIONS.
They relieve a Coagh 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 Cough 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 you 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 you try one package, I am safe in say
ing that you will ever afterwards consider them indis
pensable. You will And them at the Druggists and
Dealers in Medicines.
PRICE TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
My signature is on each package. All others are
A Package will be sent by mall, prepaid on receipt
of Thirty Cents. Address
HENRY C. SPALDING,
48 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK.
WBj the use of tlicw Pills the periodic attacks oi
Nervous or Sick Headache may bo prevented : and if
taken at the commencement of an attack immediate
relief from pain and sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and Head
ache to which females are so subject.
They act gently upon the bowels removing Costive-
For Literary Men, Student, Delicate Females, and
all persons of sedentary habits, 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 eyBtem.
The CEPHALIC PHILLS are the result of long in
vestigation and carefully conducted experiments,
having been lu use many year", during which time
they have prevented and relieved a vast amount of
pain and suffering from Headache, whether originat
ing in the nervous system or a deranged state of the
They are entirely vegetable in their composition,
and may be taken at all times with perfect safety, with
out making any change of diet, and the absence of
any disagreeable taste renders it easy to administer
them to children.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS 1
J37The genuine hove live signatures of
HENRY C. SPALDING
cm each box.
Sold by Drnggnts and all other dealers la Medicine.
A box will be acnt by mail, prepaid, on receipt of the
Trice, 25 Cents.
AU orders shonld be addressed to
HENRY C. SPALDING,
48 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK.
t2?A single bottle of
SPALEINS'S PREPARED BLUE
wifl save ten times its eost
Spalding's Prepared Glue
Spalding's Prepared Glue
Spalding's Prepared Glue
SAVE THE PIECES.
ECONOMY I DISPATCH!
tar'A Stitch la Time saves NIne.'J
As accidents will happen, even in well regulated
families, it is very desirable to have some cheap and
convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crock
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLXJE
Meets all such emergencies, and no household can af
ford to be without it. It is always ready and np
the sticking point.
' USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE."
N. B. A Brush accompanies each bottle.
PRICE 25 CENTS.
iiBionT o. oi'ALDirfG,
48 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK.
As certain nnprincipled persons arc attempting
palm off on the unsuspecting public, imitations of my
PREPARED GLUB, I would caution all persons to ex
amine before purchasingr, and sec thai the full name
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
is on the outside wrapper all others are swindling
BUY -YOUR PLANTS AND SHRUBBERY, OF
Oakland Garden and Forgery. !
. Rosea, Dahlias, .
r Vines, &c;
Hotbed Plants, Egg plants, Tomato plants. Pepper do.
Plants in Season of tlie Very Brst Varieties
At War Prices !
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Patent Hemmer and Shield
FOR HAND SEWING.
Is " Just the Thing" for all who nse the needle. This
Eemarkably Simple and Novel Invention
Saves oxk halp the labor of hand-ecwin" a it COM
PLETELY PROTECTS THE F1NGKU FROM the
POINT OF T11K NEEDLE, and makes a neat and n
nilorm hem while the operator is sewing.
KO LADY SHOULD BE WITHOUT IT.
It is cheap, simple, beautiful aad useful. The Hem
mer and Shield will be sent free on receiptor the price
Eaclose Stamp for descriptive Circular and terms.
Sewing Bird Combined
Is n article of great merit. It Is nsed for the pnrpose
wmoinir oKeina oi i urcaa, out,, juun, mm,
Worsted, Ac. It is readilv adjusted to the work-table,
and will be found indispensihle to all nsinR the
above articles, betne; a useful and invaluable appen
dage to the Sewing Bird.
Pritc $0,50 to $1 according to style and finish.
$loO I'er Month.
can be easilv realized by an Enterprising Ajenfs
(wanted m every town and county throughout the L
nited States and Canada.) Belling the above articles, as
saliw are rapid, proflts large, and has no competitou,
A liberal discount made to the trade.
Address A, H. DOWMR,
4-13 Broadway, New York,
ra ton tee and Sole Proprietor.
N. B. General and exclusive Agencies will be gran
ted on the most liberal terms. ni 3ui
Life Pil!s and Phoenix Bitters.
These Med'einee have now been before the public for
the last THIRTY YEARS, and during that time have
maintained a high character in almost every part of the
Globe, for their extraordinary and immediate power of
restoring perfect health to persons suffering under near
ly cvcrvTrind of disease to which the human frame is li
able The following are among the distressing variety
of human diseases in which the
Vegetable Life Medicines
are well known to be infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleansing the first and
second stomach? and creating a How of pure, healthy
bile, instead of taestal--and ai rid kind; FLATULEN
CY Loss of Appetite, Heartburn. Headache, Restless
ness. Ill-temper, Anxiety, Languor and Melancholy,
which are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will van
ih, as a natural consequence of its cure.
COSTI YEN ESS, by cleansing the whole length of the
intestinne with a solvent process, and without violence;
all violent pnrges leave the bowels costive in two days.
FEVERS of all kinds, by restoring the the blood to a
regular circulation, through the process of repirtiou
in such cases, and the thoough solution of all intesti
nal obstruction in others.
The Life Medicines have been known to cure RH
EUM T1SM permanently in three weeks, and GOCT
In half that time, by removing local inflammation from
tie muscle and liraments of the joints.
DROPSIES of all kind, by freeing and strengthen
in" the kidneys and bladder; they operate most deli't
f.,fi m th.R imnortaut organs, and hence have ever
been found a certain remedy for tho very worst cases of
G Ako WORMS, by dislodging from the turnings of the
bowulB the sliiny matter to which these creatures ad-
hSCORVY, ULCERS and INVETERATE SORES, by
the perfect purity which these Lite Medicines give to
the blood, and aft the humors.
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and Rad Complexions,
by their alterative etfect upon the fluids that feed the
the skin, and the morbid state of which occasions all
eruptive complaints, sallow, ciouuy, aim omer uieagre
The use of these Pills for a vcrv short time will effect
an entire cure of SALT RHEUM, and a striking im
nM,nmoni in the. clearness of the skill. COMMON
COLDS and IN FLUENZ A will always be cured Ly one
doc, or by two in the worst cases.
PILES. The original proprietor of these Medicines
was enred of Piles, of .13 yearn standing, by the use of
the Life Medicines aune.
FEVER and AGUE. For this scourge of the West
ern Country these Medicines will lie found a safe, speed
y and certain remedy. Other medicin.ee leave the sys
tem subject to a return of the disease a cure lv these
Medicines is permanent TRY T1IE.M, BE SATISFI
ED, AND BE CURED.
BILIOUS FEVERS and LIVER COMPLAINTS.
General Debilitv, Lose of Appetite, and Diseases of Fe
malethe Medicines have been used with the most
KnoSninl mditlt in mkin of l.liis descriotion : Kin"S
Evil, and Scrofula in its worsKorras, yield to the mild
yet powerful action or tnese reinarKame .Tieuicincs.
Nisht Sweats, Nervons DeMlitv, Nervous Complaints,
of all kinds. Palpitation of the Heart, Painter's Cholic,
are speedily cured.
MERCURIAL DISEASES. Persons whose consti
tutions have become impaired by the mi udiciouB nse of
Mercury, will tlnrt tnese Mecicincsaperiecxcure.asTney
never fail to eradicate from the system, all the effects
of Mercury, infinitely sooner than the most powerful
preparations oi oureapariim.
Prepared and fold by W. B. MOFFAT,
?' , - S35 BnoABWAT, New-YonK.
nl FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. ly
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BET aII. PIHCES.
Vegatcble pills, per box,
Green Monntain Ointment, per box,
Sarpaparilla, per bottle.
Children's Panacea, per bottle,
Eye Lotion, per bottle.
Fever and Ague Remedy, per box.
Health Bitters, per package,
Dyentary svmp. per bottie.
Consumptive's Balm, per bottle,
Marshall's Uterine Cathoii'-on, per bottle,
Graefenber? Pile Remedy, per bottle,
Manual of Health, per copy.
For sale by the city druggists; also by agents in th
principal towns in Ohio.
Hartford, Trumbull Co., O., March T, "BT.
I hereby certify that I have been dealing in the Gra
efeulwrg Medicine for the past year, and can truly say
that I have met with the decided approbation of tha
people like these, particularly the pills and catholieon.
They will redily perform all and more than is promised
for them. I have sold about fifty bottles of the catho
lieon the past season, and I hear the best results in ev
ery case. J. H. C. JOHNSON, Medical Agent.
Read what Dr. Buslmell says of the Graefenborg
Medicines. Dr. B. is a physician of extensive practice,
and one of the most successful in the couuty (Trum
bull) in which he resides.
'This certifies that I havs used the Graofenberg pills
and Marshall's Catholieon, sold here, by J. II. C. John
son, in my practice, to my entire satinfcction. They
are good medicines. Dr. G. W. BUSI1NELL.
Hartford. TrumDull to., u.. aiarcu i. iooi.
West Bedford. Coshocton Co., May I t. '57.
Mr. H. B. Kingsley, Sin I have been selling the
medicines of the' Gra'efenbcrg Company for the last ten
years, and havv invariably found them to give great
satisfaction: and the pills i have sold to a great many
families as regular as their tea and coffee, and with my
trade thcr have become a staple article. Marshall's
Uterine Catholieon is a meriiciua that has done a great
amonut of good iu female diseases. One lady I sold it
to told me that she hud received more benefit from one
bottle than she did from a long course of medical treat
ment by the most skillful physicians. Yours truly,
' JAMES WILSON.
ITealtli of American IVonien.
Female Irregnlaritics. weakness, uterine displsce
ment, and all local uterine difflculticsand constitution
al troubles of women arc entirely cured by the Graefca
berg Marshall's Uterine Catholieon.
In this connection. Miss Beecher. sister of the ReT.
Henry Ward Beecher, in Letters to the People, page
19. says :
"I have nine sisters and sister-ln-laws, and fourteen
female cousins, all married, and all delicate and ailing.
Amid the immense circle of my friends and acquain
tances, I cannot recall ten married ladies born in
this century and country, who are perfectly healthy."
In cases, however, where the Grnefenhcrg Catholieon
has been used, we must say that health has mpiilly ta
kentheplaceof disease, and ladies have become robust,
strong, "icorons, and healthy.
Mrs. Gleason. of Elmira, says: "Beautiful, indeed, is
the confiding, trusting natnre of woman, but how much
does it need to be protected by a watchfulness that will
w in Mm. nf rlivease to anneal to a medical advi
sor of scientific education, moral worth and purity of
character." , n
All these may be soctrrcd by addressing the Graeicn-
I "am a Methodist elergyrejin. My heart has fairly
ached to witness the feeble health of woman as I hare
traveled my circuit preachins the jospe). I thank God,
however, that 1 have seen alfthrw diseses give way t
;he Graefenberg Mershall's Uterine Cathalicon, wher
ever it has been used. Rev. PETER SHARP. Ridg
way, Michigan. Formerly of Western Stark, Medina
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by letter, with a des. riptinn of their condition, (age.
occupation, habit of life. Ac.,1 and in case of extreme
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WE have just receired a LARGS STOCK of
WEltMra ill MESS!
Also, a full assortment of
ALL KINDS OF GOODS
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'?
which will be sold.
Either Hade Vp, rr By the Yard,
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH !
Our Stock of the above goods will b found
BEST FABRICS TO BE FOOD U
GRIFFITH ELLIS ft CO.
V O TIC E P ETITIOXTOOBTAIN OR
l D E R .
Wm. J. Mc Alexander. Adminis
trator of Isaac J. Yutsler dee d
Probate Conrt of
Ohio. Petition to
Michael Tntslcr A others
To Jacob Tntsler. Cancer Yntslers. Benlamin Tnt-
ler, Ja?por Yotsler and iiary Jane Yntsier Yon are
hereby informed, that on the Sth day of May. Ic4i said
Administrator filed his petitiua in the Probate Court
of Champaign County, Ohio, tho object and prayer of
which petition i? to obr.iia on order. Ac, on the 36th
day of June, 162. for the pale of the following real es
tate (of which the eaid Isaac J. Yntaler died seized.)
or so much as may bo necessary to pT the debt of
said decadent to-wit: Sunated in aaid coanty and
State, being lot Ko 3. as assiifned to Isaac J. Yuttder1
and as shown by the plat of partition flied in the Court
of Common Pleas ot eaid County, in the case of Wm.
Sumners aeainst, Michael Yntt-ier and others, betjin
infif in the North line of the north-cast quarter of Sec
tion 16, Township three, ram-e 14, 67 90-KO poles West
of the north-east corner of eaid quarter at a atone N.
W, corner to lot. No 2, as shown by said plat, fkencw
North 8H?4, West 45 75-100 poles to a stone ; thence
South 1H ; We?t90?Mm)plestO!ooem?h North
line of lot No 1 ; thence with said line Smith tH' Eaot
46 75-100 poles to a stone S. W, corner of lot No i ;
thence with the west line of lot So North Itf Eat
00 fG-100 pules to the beinnini;. containing -M acres of
land. Wm. J. McALEXAXDEK, Adinr.,
Hay 14 1SG3, n7-4w. of Iaaac J. Yuteler deed.
VOTTCE. Benjamin P, Dowcll, whose residence is
ii unknown, will take notice that Frances V. How
ell, of he county of Champaign. State of Ohio, did on
the let day of April. IP!, file "her petition in the Court
of Common Plas within and for the county of Cham
paitfu. in eaid State of Ohio, airai net the said Benjamin
. Howell, charging the said Benjamin F. Howell.with
with habitual drunkenness for three years last jmtr
and atfhin" that she may be diTorced from th said
Benjamin F. Howell, with reasonable alimony ; and
the B&id Benjamin F. Howell is notified that he is re
quired to appear and answer to said petition oh or be
lvre the third Saturday after the 14th day of Mar, iHHi.
By JAMES TAYLOK, Atty for Pllt
7STATE OF JOHN YTIANT, DCD.
l?otfce Is fcereby jriTen, Uiat the subscriber has been
appointed and qualitled as Administrator on the estate?
of John Winnt, late of Chnmpaiirn ( mntr. riefrsjt
May 10, 3w, BHitiUTBEKKT W1AT.
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