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j.ne leuuiesicnuu can sciipse
. the sua with a vviuV.
Nuts Cjr our Navy Any ttiug
they can ebell. - -
It is a sad tLing if a man's siua
grow many as his Lairs grow few.
. The taxable property of Cincin
nati is worth 591,000,000.
A mere grainmariau is not a noun
rubstantive, but a raoun unsubstantial.
Beautiful flowers are the sweet
fame of departed ehowers and sunbeams.
....Despise nothing in Nature; all
things in her kingdom are God's thoughts.
- . When society casts off the re
straints of law," all things form uniform
No matter how dull trade may be
in other cities, New Bedford always does
a whaling business. .
The practical joker is one who
thinks you are a fool because you don't
know he is & knave. "
, . A root-doctor changes his pa
tients to vegetables ; he makes them all
Often a great deal more mischief
is done in compounding drugs than in
He who says he can neither stand
nor move probably lies if be tells the
Heed not a coquette's tears; the
eyes that are always at work to fascinate
don't weep, they only sweat.
Many may be satisfied with a
email portion of happiness; none with a
small portion of content.
. Ignorance is a much more quiet,
mnnn rrfial-ilA find pnn fpn ijA thlnfr tlmn
- No ashes are lighter than those
of incense, and few things burn out
... Short-nosed men shouldn't com
plain if every body snubs them, since
Nature herself sets the example.
Can a man who has been fined
by the magistrates again and again, be
considered a re-fined man ?
" The rewards of villains are vari
ous ; some of them are hung, others
eropped and branded others elected to
husband's- face to keep him from run
ning about. The best way to keep him
in his place isn't to nail him.
Gen. Beauregard calls the Feder
al troops the " disturbers of our family
ties." They may one day adjust a " tie1'
for Gen. Beauregard, says the Albany
There has been Borne regret that
Farraguthas not a more euphoious name.
A gentleman with slight Gnrman pro
clivities says it is not to be complained
of that is, in truth, " ferry goot.'"
- , A man fishing below Columbus a
couple of miles on Saturday, while dig
ging for bait on an island in the Scioto
found $75 in silver buried in a cloth
unusual " fisherman's luck."
Another big Epouting oil well has
been opened at Enniskillen, Canada West.
The flow was some fifty barrels an hour
for several days, and until the owners got
natters fixed to shut it off.
A rich man named Budd has late
ly died in London, leaving 200,000 to
his sons on condition that they shall
never wear moustaches ; otherwise, the
property is to be applied to a charitable
General Scott thinks " Davis will
bo Beeaughl. He will probably escape,
through Texas into Mexico. To the
more prominent traitors who may be tak
en, I would mete out a system of judici
ous but liberal hanging." .
The boot men throw at one an-
ether's head the oftenest, is the Bible ;
as though they misread the text about
the Kingdom of Heaven, and fancied it
took people, instead of being taken by
Josey being rather remiss in his
Sunday school lessons, the teacher re
marked. "Why, Josey, you have not a
a very good memory, have you ?" " No,
ma'am," said he, hesitatingly ; " but I
nave got a firstrate forgettery !
. " California Joe," of Berdan's
sharpshooters, is in Rochester, N. Y.,
called as a witness in the U. S. Court.
He is the individual who took a gun
from the Rebels, but could not bring it
in as he had nobody to go for it. He
had taken it by shooting all who went
. A young lady once hinted to a
gentleman that her thimble was worn
out, and asked what she merited for her
industry. He sent her a thimble, with
the following lines: "I send you a
thimble for finger nimble, which I hope
will fit when you try it ; it will last you
long, if it's half as strong as the hint
which you gave me to buy it.
The Pittsburg Battle in Bbief.
The Louisville Democrat thus states the
result of the Pittsburg battle :
Smitt and Jones quarreled. Jones
watching his opportunity, rushed upon
Smith and pushed him against the fence.
Smith turned and knocked Jones down.
Jones rose and withdrew in good order
leaving his hat behind him. When he
had withdrawn, to a safe distance, he
cried out that he had whipped Smith, and
sent a messenger to leg for Lib hat.
The Farm and Garden.
CnEAP Summer Feed fob Hogs. A
few rods of grass-plat convenient to the
pen is reserved for this purpose, and is
manured by the weekly suds from .the
wash-room. Commencing at one side of
the plat, a large basket of the thick
short grass is mowed each morning while
the dew is on, and a part given to the
swine at each feeding, three times a day.
By the time the last portion of the grass
is cut, the first is ready to be cut again,
and in this way the ground is mowed
many times during the summer, while
the grass is kept short, thick, tender and
sweet. It keeps the hogs in a healthy
growing condition they are fed with as
much as they will eat every day, and but
little additional food is required besides
the slops from the kitchen. Homestead.
How Brains Help Hands.
The following hits the nail on the
head : If you can in any way gain time or
relief from the hard toil of the farm, don't
use that time altogether in devising a
new breadth of labor that shall enslave
you more than ever, but let the mind
have a chance. For instance, if it will
take you an hour this winter evening to
shell a bushel of corn, and you get some
one's brains in the shape of a " sheller"
to do it in ten minutes, had you not bet
ter occupy the fifty gained in reading
good papers or books?
To us, the great argument for machin
ery, in agriculture, is not its cheapening
effect, but the relief it gives the farmer
from waisting toil, and the opportunity
it affords him for self improvement. Its
tendency is to make farming attractive,
no less than profitable. Well has a writ
er observed : " Machinery, regarded as
a means to banish man's slavery to toil,
by substituting brain work for the labor
of the hand, is the high road to that
more perfect development of society which
poets have painted, philosophers predict
ed, and revelation, it is believed by many,
expressly predicted." Agriculturalist.
The Best Time to Prune.
As old clergyman is quoted as defin
ing this to be 'when your knife is sharp.,
He was certainly half right, for a smooth
clean cut is very essential to the healing
of the wound. But there is very great
difference in the healing of wounds on
account of the season in which they are
made. Pruning done in March and April,
especially if large limds are removed, of
ten injures an orchard for life. The sap
oozes from all the pores and runs down
upon the bark, discoloring and often
times destroying it called scalding.
Without other protection, decay begins,
and in a few years you have a hollow
We like the month of June for prun
ing better than all others, If the work
is done soon after all the new wood be
gins to form, the wounds made by the
removal of small limbs will be nearly
covered the same season they are made.
The leaves make such a demand upon
the wood for sap that none of it escapes
from the wounded pores. It is also a
favorable time for thumb pruning. By
watching the growth of the shoots upon
young trees they may be brought into
without much of
Varnish for Boots and Shoes.
Many people oil and grease, and grease
and oil their boots with a view to render
them impervious to water, until the oil
may be pressed out of the leather. Oil
alone, or oil and soft grease is poor stuff
to exclude water from passing through
the pore3 of the leather, and if the pores
be filled with oil, water will draiu the oil
through on to one's stockings, making
cold and uncomfortable feet.
For a few years past, I have used a
kind of leather varnish for excluding
moisture from boots and shoes, which is
a very valuable article for preserving the
leather and excluding moisture. The
way to make it : Procure a quart bottle
or jug and put in it a half pound of
" gum shellac" or shellac, which may be
obtained at a drug store. The shellac
should be broken up fine. Now pour in
good alcohol enough to cover it, and
place it on a shelf in a warm place, and
cork the bottle tight, or the alcohol will
soon evaporate. Shake it well several
times daily. To this add a piece of gum
camphor about as large as a hen's egg
and then add about one ounce of good
lamp black, and shake it well. If the
alcohol is good, the shellac will all be
dissolved in about three days, when it
will be ready for use. 1
Let the bottle be well shaken before
using any of it. Should it ever appear
to be too thick, add more alcohol ; and
if too thin, add shellac.
I grease my boots and shoes lightly,
whem they appear to need it, and then
give them a good coat of varnish. Pour
out two or three spoonfuls into a little
dish, and with a small paint brush var
nish the boots. If it is good it will dry
in six minutes : and will literally voear
off before it can be removed ; and it will
form a gloss almost equal to patent
The great excellence of it is, it does
not strike into the leather, so as to ren
der it hard and brittle, but remains on
the surface, and excludes the water most
Besides using tils varnish for boots
for several years past, with good satis
faction, I have used it for varnishing
harness, after they had been oiled, for
which purpose I always found it a choice
article, as it would keep harness in good
condition for a 1cd peiiod of time,
Stv& Qmt gaya.
URBAN A UNION
IKDEPEMDEirT 031 ALL SUBJECTS,
Foreign and Domestio News, Literature,
Science, Agriculture, Mechanics,
Education, Matters of
Every "Wednesday Ev'ng;
OFT ICS nt
Wert Bid North Kain rtreet, Near the Square,
JOHN W. IIOUX,
ONE DOLLAR, PER ANNUMI
IN ADVANCE ;
Two Dollars, If not paid In Advance.
The Urbana Union will be a com
plete Family Paper, second in merit and
interest to no other country journal in
the State, .
Will bear in mind :
We have all the facilities, in the way
of Presses and Printing Material, to do
any and all kinds of
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING!
Very Shortest Notice !
THE MOST REASONABLE TERMS
The war is destined to a speedy close,
and the business of the country must be
revived. Money is more abundant than
it has ever been known in the loyal states,
and we propose to go in and earn our
share to make a respectable livelihood.
If you want a .EeliabLj Newspaper,
or have any.fcLaA cf. Business
to AdVfitlisejttr jmy
kind cf. a Job
CALL AT THE
UHBANA UNION OIFIOE!1
gurfcesj (fcffef got.
OW IS THE BEST OPTW xxin TQ omAJS
BUCKEYE f nurrr dot
Inveutedby Prof. H .7 '. Ga,chelL Patented Not.
, 18o9 ; re - April 3) l800
The most perfect, , Monomical and scientific lr
rangemeut v, er introduced to the Public
S3 Per Cnt. of the Coffee Saved.
BS Jd these Testimonials:
hi nix -onee ; ana as a consequence, oniv the deeira
thp if 'Hties of the drug are obtained, making one of
.?er oet delicious beverages: one too. that is free from
titter and mure riifflfnlHv a.-ilnhta nrinpinla l.lh
.nbarted to the cori'ee bv continued boilini?.
rVlien viewed on the score of economy it haa uo eqnal.
Prof, of Chemistry in the St. Louis Horn. College.
We fnllv endorse the above statement '
A. O. Blair, h. d. Prof. W. H. College, Cleveland, Ohio.
S. R Beckwith, ' . ' '
Geo. F. Turrell, ' .
B. L. Dill. Prof. Horn. College, St. Louis, Mo.
E. A. Guilbert, ' '
Burnett House, Cleveland, June. 1859.
I hereby certify that I have been using the Buckeye
Coffee in this hotel for several months, and am fuily
convinced that its use saves more than one-)hird of the
amount of Coffee we formerly used, besider furnishing
a much richer and more desirable beverage.
U. Burnett, Proprietor.
While I have a Buckeye, I am not afraid to offera enp
of Java to any friend who may call. Anna Hope.
Notices of the Press.
A trial is sufficient to establish its reputation, and we
commend It to our lady friends. Erie Dispatch.
The Coffee Pot of Coffee Pots. Clev. Review.
It surpasses anything we ever tried. People Prett.
For simplicity, convenience and practicability, the
Buckeye is par excellence. Clev. Leader.
The lst Coffee Pot extant. Erie Gazette.
We think It much superior to the celebrated Old D
mlnion. Ohio Farmer.
T II 33 HITOKBTB
Has been thoroughly tested from the Green Mountains
of Vermont to the land of Golden Dreams, and has ev
erywhere been hailed with enthusiastic joy.
A Single Trial will Convince any One.
The Buckeye Coffee Pot can be seen of, and examin
ed, and full particulars given by,
JA.tlES 51. COOK,
West Liberty, Obi,
Who has the sole Rirtit for the counties of Logan and
Champaign. Call at "Grocery, Main-street.
Union" Halts cf Sltrtising.
TRANSIENT AND LEGAL.
One Square (10 lines or less) 1 insertion, tO.50
t n it g tt
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" " " " each additional 0.23
$3.50 6 m: 3 m:
20.00 $12.00 7.00
2S.0O 15.00 10.00
85.00 ,20.00 12.00
60.00 85.00 20.00
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Address, or Business Directory Card, 1 year $5.00
CTNCDTSATI, HAMLTOX & DAYTON RAIL
ROAD. Trains ran as follows, SUNDAYS excepted:
Davton and Sandusky Mail. .6:00 A. M. 6:45 P.M.
Davton, Toledo and Detroit. .6:110 A. M. 8:40 P.M.
Ciri. St Chicago Air-Line Ex. 7:30 A. M. 9:40 P.M.
Dayton and Hichmond 2:00 P. M. 10:10 A.M.
Day., Toledo 4 De., Hnntav'e 5:40 P. M. 10:10 A.M.
Cin. & Chicago Air-Line Ex. 1:00 P. M. 10:10 A.M.
Hamilton Accommodation... 7:00 P. M. 6:30 and
Eastern Night Express 10:00 P. M. 6:40 A.M.
The Eastern Night Express leaves Sunday Night ia
place of Saturday night.
EfTrains uuon Little Mia'ma and Cincinnati &
Xeuiaand, Cincinnati. Hamilton & Dayton Railroad
runs sxyen uinutes paster than Cincinnati time.
HE NEW YORK LEADER,
A LTVX, LOCAL PAPER, DEVOTED TO TOWN TOPICS 1KB
XATTEBS OP GENEOAZ. INTEREST.
Sketches of Well Known Peonle on Broadwav. The
Old Sports of New York. Green-Room Sketches.
Driftings Around Town.
And a host of other Interesting Matter will be found
Office 113 Nassau street.
JOHN CLANCY, Editor.
glstts Sit JJostaijc.
Letters, for each hall ounce, under 3.000 miles.
prepaid, 3 cents; over 3.GG0 miles, prepaid, 10
cents. All letters must be prepaid by stamps, or
inclosed in stamped envelopes, or they will not
Transient Newspapers, Periodicals, Circulars,
&c, to any part of the United States, not weigh
ing over 3 ounces, 1 cent, and 1 cent for each ad
ditional ounce, prepayment required.
Books, prepaid, not weighing over 4 pounds, 1
cent per ounce for any distance in the United
Statts under 3.000 miles, and, 3 cents an ounce
over 3.000 miles, prepayment required. All frac
tions over tile ounce beiug counted as an addi
Newspapers and Periodicals not exceeding- Vi
ounce in weight, when paid quarterly iu advance
and circulated in the State where published
Daily, per quarter, 22i six times per week,
19li : tri-weeklv, 9 ; semi-weekly, 6k' ; weekly,
3; semi-monthly, 1)4; monthly, . Newspa
pers and periodicals when weighing l$ ounce
ana over, aouuie tne aoove rates.
Small Newspapers, published inonthly,or often-
er, and pamphlets not containing more than 16
octavo pages, in packages of 8 ounces or over,
cent per ounce.
Weekly N ewspapers, within the county where
Quarterly payments, in advance, may be made
either where published or received.
To England, Ireland an Scotland (California, Ore-
fon, ana wasmngron excepted), scents yt oz.
torn California, Oregon, or Washington, 29
cents 14 oz.
To France and Algeria, by French mails, 15 cents
Voz.. 30 cents i oz.
To German States, by Prussian closed mail, 30
To Canada, New Brunswick, Cape Breton, Prince
Edward s island, A ova Scotia, ana J ew a ouna
land, 10 cents oz. when distance is not over
8.000 miles from'line of crossing.
PH02NIX LOOKING GLASS AND PICTURE
Nos. 221 East Twenty-third street and
173 and 175 Grand street & 215 Centra street.
Established 1833. NEW YORK. Established 1SSS.
This Establishment has b-- en in successful operation
24 years, and is the Largest o.' the kind in the United
states. e nave ou iiaua or mauuiaciure iu orucr ev
ery description of
Looking Glass, Picture & Portrait Frame?,
Plain and Ornnnmental Pier, Wall, Oval & Man
tel Glasses Connecting Cornices, Base &
Bracket Tables, with Marble
Slabs, Toilet glas
MorLDtTcos for Pictuhb Fbawfs, in lengths suitable
for transportation, either Gilt. Burling. Boxwood. Ouk.
Zebra, Birristye, Sluhogany, d-c. Our new manufacto
ry and extensive facilities., enable us to furnish any ar
ticle in our line t&good as the beet and as cluap as the
Dealers are Invited to call
upon us when they visit New York. We claim to he
able to supply them with every article in our line which
tney can possiuiy require, ai piicusiuwui uiau mtj iuj
Ordert bv mail attended to with rtrotnvtnest. Do not
fail to call when vau vieit Seat York.
Office and Warerooms, No. 21S Centre street, N. Y.
n3 3m HORACE V. SIGLEU, Agent.
JSTATE OF ISAIAH FCSON, DECD.
Notice is herebv triven. that the subscriber has been
appointed and qualided as Administrator of the estate
of Isaiah Fuson, late of Champaign Couatv, d-je'd.
Jane 11, lbojw. oi.uiiv.ri r ioulii.
JOHN H. JAES....nSNItY T. SII.ES. . . JOHN H JA2I3S, JR.
JAMES, MILES & JAMES,
Office in Urbana Insurance Conr-tir Bulluina
BUY TOUR PLANTS AND SHRCBBEKY, OF
Oakland (Jar den and Hursery;'
and Hot houser - '
Hardy Plants: '
Hotbed Plan. Egg plants, Tomato plants, Pepper do.
Plants la Season e-f the Very Best Varieties
At War I?rices !
n3-6w C. H. & F. MTJEPHT..
TEW BOOKSTORE: ESTABLISHED IN1&S
JOSEPH H. HIIBT,
THE GREAT W ESTKRX
SCHOOL B DDK. DEPOT,
AND STATIONER'S WAREHOUSE,
Blank Book Manufactory.
U O O It X TCT XJ H. X 811 X IV Or-.
D O O It hiwdxw
J O XI 3t Xt INTIW C -
BINDING OF EDITIONS OF BOOSfi. .
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LIBRARIES lXESGCNDv
Law Books and Medical Books.
Blank Books and Stationery.
Special attention to orders for
DOCKETS AND RECORDS,
AND STATIONERY, 4c. Ac.
." County Officers, Bankers, See. Set.
THE OHIO STANDARD
SERIES OF SCHOOL BOOKS,
GOODRICH'S READERS SIX BOOKS.
GREENLEAF'S ARITHMETICS FOCR BOOKS.
TOWER & TWEED'S GRAMMARS THREE "
CORNELL'S GEOGRAPHIES FIVE BOOKS.
TOWN'S SPELLER AND TOWN'S ANALYSIS.
PAYSON & DUNTON'S COPY BOOKS AND
Importer of, and Wholesale and Retail
WALL PAPERS & BORDERS;
OEEEI2IXO A SIOCK OF
XTO.OOO I X Itl C 111 s .
COlliTHINU NEW. HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO
O THE LADIES!
Patent Hemmer and Shield
TOR HAND SEWING,
Is " Jast the Thing" for all who use the needle. This
Bemarkably Simple and Novel Invention
Saves ove-half the l:hor of hand-sewfnir. as it COM
PLETELY PKOTECTS THE FINGER FROM the
POINT OF TUE NEEDLE, and makes a neat and u
nitorm hem while the operator is sewing.
SO LADY SBOVLD BE WITHOUT IT.
It is cheap, simple, beautiful and nsaral. The Hem
mer and Shield will be sent free on receipt of the price
Enclose Stamp for descriptive Circular and terms.
Sewing Bird Combined
Is an article of great merit. It is nsed for the purpose
winding Skeins of Thread. Silk. Cotton, Yarn, Floss,
Worsted, Ac. It is readily adjusted to the work-table,
and wili be found uidispeusible to all using the
above articles, betne a useful and invaluable appen
dage to the Sewing Bird.
Piite $0,50 to U according to style and finish,
SloO Per Montri
can be easily realized bv an Enterprising Agents
(wanted in everv town and county throughout the U
nited States and Canada.) selling the above articles, as
sales are rapid, prorits large, and has no coinpetiton,
A liberal discount made to the trade.
Address A, H. DCvyTSTER,
449 Broadway, New York.
Patentee and Sole Proprietor.
N. B. General and exclusive Agencies will be gran
ted on the most liberal terms. u2 8in
Life Pills and Phoenix Bitters.
These Medicines have now been before the public for
the last THIRTY YEAKS, and during that time have
maintained a high character in almost every part of the
Globe, for their extraordinary and immediate powerof
restoring perfect health to person iufl'ering under near
ly every kind of disease to which the human frame is li
a'ble The following are anion? the dietre&aiug variety
of human diseases in which the
Vegetable Life Medicines
arc well known tobe infallible.
DYSPEPSIA, by thoroughly cleanoln the first and
eecoud stomachi -nd creating a flow of pure, healthy
bile, instead of tje stale and acrid kind ; VLATL'LEs
CY, Loss of Appetite, IK-artburn, Headache. Retitlops
negrs. Ill-temper, Anxiety, Laujruor and Melancholy,
which are the general symptoms ol" Dyspepsia, will van
ish, as a natunil consequence of its cure.
COSTI VEN ESS, by cleansing the whole length of the
intestinne with a solvent procens, and without violence;
all violent purgos leave the bowels costive in two days.
KEVEKsof all k'uds, by ret-toring the the blood to a
regular circulation, through the process of respiration
insuch cases, and the thorough solution of ail intesti
nal obstructiou in others.
The Lite Medicines have been known to enre TiTT
ECMATiSM permanently in tliree weeks, and GOUT
in half that time, by removing local inflammation from
the mus-cl-. s and Hcrameuts ol" the joints.
DROPSIES of all kind?, by freeing and strengthen
in the kidneys and bladder; they operate most deli't
fufly on thfcse important orirans. and hence have ever
been found a certain remedy for the very worst cases of
Also WORMS, by dislodging from the turnings of the
bowels the Blimy matter to which these creatures ad-
btSCURVY rLCERS and INVETERATE SORES, by
the perfect purity which these Lite AIedicises give to
the blood, and ail the humors.
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and Bad Complexions,
by their alterative effect upon the fluids that feed the
the skin, and the morbid state of which occasions all
eruptive complaints, sallow, cloudy, and other disagre
The use of these Pills for a verv short time will effvrct
au entire enre of SALT RHEUM, and a striking im
provement in the clearness of the skin. COMMON
COLDS and INFLUENZA will always be cured by one
dune, or by two in the woret cases.
PILES. The original proprietor of these Medicines
was cured of Piles, of :iu years standing, by the use of
the Like Medicinks aioue.
FEVEH and AGUE. For this sconrge of the West
err. Country these Medicines will he found a safe, speed
y and certain remedy. Other medicines leave the sys
tem subject to a return of the disease a cure bv the-e
Medicines is permanent TRY THEM, EE SATISFI
ED, AND B CURED;
BILIOUS FEVERS and LIVER COMPLAINTS.
General Debilitv, Loss of Appetite, and Diseases of Fe
males the Medicines have been used with the most
beneficial results in cases of this description:. Kings
Evil, and Scrofula in its worst form, yield to the mild
Til powerful action of these remarkable Medicines.
N'ient Sweats, Nervous Debility, Nervorw Complaints,
of all kinds. Palpitation of the Heart, Painter's Cholic,
are speedily cured.
MERCURIAL DISEASES. Person whose consti
tutions have be. Aine imnaired by the injudicious use of
Morcary, wiUiliul thene M edlciues a perfect enre.an they
never fail to eradicate from the system, all the effect
of Mereury, intiniteiy sooner than the most powerful
preparations of Sarsa pari 11a.
Prepared and sold by , TV. B. MOFFAT,
335 Broadwat, Xkw-Yokk.
jiIJ FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. 1y
pHB - PEOPLE WILL COJiTINUK TO HEAD
LATEST WAR NEWS
fiOMEFOH THI (MIQCS BAHEE
STARS AND STRIPES.
8TAXD BY THE
UNION OF TEE STATES!
to the wj- of
FOa ItBN AND BOYS,
No 1 mU&atf 3fre
KIT AO, PRICES,
Vegateble pills, per box, a
Green Mountain Ointment, per box, 2
Sarsaparilla, per bottle, JX
Children's Panacea, per bottle, 50
Eye Lotion, per bottle, 25
Fever and At?ue Remedy, per box, 60
Health Bitters, per package, 25
Dyentary syrup, per bottle, SO
Consumptive s Balm, per bottle, 300
Marshall's Uterine CathoHcon, per bottle, 1 50
Oraefenbenr Pile Remedy, per bottle, 1 00
Manual of Health, per copy, 86
For sale by the city druggists; also by ageaU ia th
priiiciptu ivwus ui uuiu.
Hartford, Trumbull Co., O., March T, ST.
I herebv certify that I have been deaiine in th Or
Afpnhflrc Mprliriunx for th naaf. vvatr. And rjin tmlv mi
mai i nave met wun me oeciuea approoanon oi me
people like tnese, particularly tne pills ana catnorusoo.
They will redily perform all and more than is promised
for them. I have sold about fifty bottles of the catho-
licon the past season, and I hear the bee .salt" in ct
erycase. J. H. C. JOHNSON, M dicai Agent.
Read what Dr. Bushnell savs of ae Graefenbar?
and one of the most successful in county (Tram
in ; u- ; .1
UUIJI m nil 11 uc icriuro.
'This certifies that 1 have used the Grnefenber? Dills
and Marshall's Catnolicon, sold here, by J. H. C. John
son, in mv practice, to my entire satisfaction.- They
are sood medicines. Dr. G. W. BUSiLN-ELl,
Hartford Trumbull Co.. O., March 7, 1S6T.
West Bedford, Coshocton CoMay 14, '57.
Mr. H. B. Kinffsley. Sir I have been sellimr the
medicines of the Graefenberg Company for the last ten
years, and hav. invariably found them to give ereat
satisfaction; and the pilis I have sold to a great many
families as regular as their tea and coft'eo, and with my
trade they have become a staple article. Marshall's
Uterine Cat hoi icon is a medicine that has done a great
amount of -rood in female diseases. One ladv I oid it
to told me that she had received more benefit from one
bottle than she did from a lorjo; course of medtcal treat
ment by the most skillful physicians. Yonn truly,
ITealth of American Women,
Female Irregularities, weakness, uterine displace
ment. and all ?ocai uterine difficulties andconstitution-
troubles of women are entirely cured by the Graefon-
oerg JiHrsuaii u if ruin vainuiicou.
In this connection. Miss Beecher, sister of the ReT.
Henry Ward Beecher, in Letters to the People, page
'I have nine sisters and sister-In-laws, and fburtcTB
female cousins, all married, and all delicate and ail me.
Amid the immense circle of my friends aAd acouaia-
tances, I cannot recall ten married ladies born in
this centurr and country, who are perfestu bealthv.
In cases, however, where the GraefenbergCathoUcon
nas oeen used, we must say mat neajtn- ans rapidly ta
ken the place of disease, and ladies havebecomerobust,
strong. iorous, sod healthy.
Mrs. Gleason, of Elmira, says : "Beautiful, indeed. Is
the confidimr. trusting nature of woman, bnt how much
does it needto be protected by a watchful uess that will
lead her in time of diiease to anneal to a medical advi
sor of scientific education, moral worth and purity of
All these may be secured by addressing the Graeien
l ain a Methodist clertrrirr.n. My heart has fairly
ached to witness the feeble hHh of woman as I have
traveled mv circuit preaching thegospW. I thank God.
however, that I have sem aTf these diseses give way to
he Gracfenberg Mershall's Uterine Cathnlieon, wher
ecer it haa been used. Rev. PETER SHARP. Ridg
witv Michigan. Formerly of Western Stark Mtdi.wa
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Wm. I. McAle.Tander, Admin is-1 Probate Court of
trator of Isaac J. Tutsler dee d Champaiijn County,
s Ohio. Petition to-
Michael Tutsler A others J sell land.
To Jacob Tntsher. Casper Tntslers, Benjamin Tuts
ler. Jasper Yumiermd Mary Jane Tutsler You aro
hereby laformed. that on the 8th day of .May. lsta, said
Administrator filed his petition in the Probate Court
of Champaisro Conniy, Ohio, the object and praver of
which pcliUon is CO obtain an onler. Ac, on the 26tn
day of June. 152. for the sale of the following real es
tate (of which the said Isaac J. Yntsier died seized.)
or so much as may be necessary to pay the debt or
said decelent to-witj Situated In said county and
State, beins lot No $ as assigned to I-iaac J. VutsleH
and aa shown by the plat of partition tiled in the Court
of Common Pleas ol said County, in the ease of Wm.
Samners atrainft, Michael Yntsier and others, betrin
ing in the North h'd of the north-east quarter of Sec
tion 16. Township three, ranee 1-2, S7 90-100 pole West
of the north-east corner of said quarter at a stone N..
W, corner to lot. No 4, at shown bv said plat, thence
North West 45 7HK) poles to ft ston ; thence-
Southl!; West !u poles to stone in the North-
line of lot No 1 ; thence with said line South H8X Kaat:
45 75-100 poles to a stone S. W. corner of lot No 2;:
thenea with the west line of lot No 2. North 1) East
90 86-100 poles to the bezinnine. containing i acres of.'
land. Wm. J. ALEXANDER, Admr.,
May 14 1S62, n"-4w. , of Isaac J. Ynuler deed.
V"OTICE. Benjamin F, Howell, whose residence is
unknown, will take notice that Frances V. How
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ths 1st day of April, IS., file tier petition in the CourS
of Common Pleaa within and for tbecountv of Cham
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F. Howell, charting the said Benjamin F. Howeil.withi
with habitual drunkenness fur three years last past,
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the said Benjamin F. Howell is noticed that he ia re
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