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Our Omnibus Budget.
Trifling annoyances are valuable
ill disciplining us to bear greater ones.
Hopeless olJ maidenhood or bach
elorhood is matchless misery.
- - Persons often lack courage to ap
pear as good as they really are.
Never eomnruuicate Your affairs
to cne who seems arrxtons to laarn, them.
Some persons shame the devil,
not by speaking trirtK but by outlying
The young woman who marries
an unworthy man takes her lord's name
The human race, like an auction-
- er's gook; are always going going
The most obvious way to make a
dltrcordant political party a unit is to kill
all its members but one.
Skeptics have cut but a small fig
ure in the world. The great doers in
history have been men of faith.
There is an ugly kind of forgive
ness in this world a kind of hedge-hog
forgiveness, hhot out like quills.
- The world moves with the veloci
ty of thought, and change may not be
resisted. It is God's chemistry.
A mischievous brain hatches a
great many falsehoods, but the brood can
not generally be raised.
The soldier who marches up un
daunted to the cannon's mouth may cower
Wore the mouth of a scolding woman.
Those who are of kindred 60uls
rarely wed together; far more rarely than
those who are akin by blood.
Lasiness will cover your garden
with weeds. Hard drinking, if you keep
it up, will cover your wife with weeds.
a vi. i j. i
1 C.'pL lll UiU gcUUCIlJau UUCE11 I
like to have a heavy charge levelled
against him especially if it is in a gun.
People don't live as long now as
in the old time. The men of this age
are very fast, and a fast man soon gets
out of breath.
Eeader, whether you are old or
young, you have at this moment in your
heart a wilder romance than was ever
The labors that a mm performs
with his hands are but his out-works.
Look well to the strengthening of your
A Southern paper say that the
Mississippi is fed by a hundred streams.
It ought to be, for it has a hundred
".Do you know, sir, ihat, when I
left home, my neighbors honored me
with a musical escort?" " Oh, I under
stand you. were drummed out of town."
The Treasurer of the State of
Ohio deposited with E. T. Carson, U. S.
Depository in Cincinnati, $380,000, the
amount of the National direct tax assess
ed on Ohio.
The Eastern newspapers complain
bitterly of idle officers loafing about the
cities. In Philadelphia, particularly,
the presence of the shoulder-strap gentry
las become offensive-.
The three-horned beetle Is a very
powerful little fellow. Though not weigh
ing half an ounce, one has been known
o move a weight of three pounds and a
half 112 times its own weight.
Gen. Scott was asked his opinion
of Mr. Lincoln. " Sir," said the old
hero to the querist, addressing him with
emphasis. "He is an honest, upright
man, very conscientious, and tries to do
right with all parties; that's what I be
lieve, and I hope you are satisfied."
The Burnet House has been sold
by A. B. Coleman to certain parties in
Cincinnati for the sum of $220,000. There
are two mortgages on the land and build
ing, one of $123,000, is held by A. Bel
mont, of New York, and a second mort
gage of 575,000 is held by other parties.
As the Treasury Note bill passed
the House, it authorizes the issue of $50,
000 in notes of denominations less than
$5. The feature allowing the printing
f the notes to be done in the Treasury
department is retained. Only Pendleton
n W V.ita frnm OTiJrt vni&A oorolncf
aoi ,i uivt. .itu. viv iu
It is a fact that should not be
overlooked that the very man who are
irow most clamorous about "the Consti
; tntion as it is," and who profess to re
gard it as a holy thing, are those who
were most ranrpirntjtifghteen months ago,
for patching the sacred instrument with
. Returns from all but four coun
ties in Illinois are in, and the result on
the proposed new Constitution is: Ne
groes are denied the right to vote and
prohibited from holding office by about
nine-tenths of the whole vote; negroes
prohibited from living in the State by
about two-thirds; majority against the
Constitution itself about 13,000.
It is pretty clearly established
that the President's visit to Gen. Scott
at West Point was for the purpose of
having a consultation with him on mili
tary affairs. ' When the old General
beard that the President was on his way
to see him, be was much agitated, fear
ing that there was bad news of some
sort. The- yew York papers reported
that he expressed fear that McCiellan
was dead. The President told the Gen
eral on meeting him -that lie had come
" purposely to have a confab'' with him.
and they were alone together with mili
tary mps before them for Eve hours.
Our Omnibus Budget. The Farm and Garden.
Talk about Rees.
Ii is a faet, not generally known, per
haps, but a fact nevertheless, that no
more profitable Investments of a few dol
lars of money can be made than in the
purchase of bees, by any person having
suitable grounds for keeping them. They
require no outlay at the hands of their
owner to feed them, but only a little at
tention occasionally, to see that they are
protected properly from, moths, which
can be bestowed upon them at times
when not otherwise employed. Early
in the morning is the best time to attend
to them ; if the hives are properly con
structed and set on the benches, they
need but little of thiu.
To prove what we have asserted about
the profits of such an investment, let us
calculate a little. Assuming that the
current value of a good thrifty stock of
becs in this community at this time, is
five dollars, exclusive for the cost of the
hive, which may be worth from fifty
cents to two dollars more, the plainer
the better ; and we can have at that rate
twenty stocks for $100. If we add to
that sum $25 more for hives, which would
be $1,25 each, we would have twenty
swarms of bees at a cost of $125.. "We
will assume that these twenty stocks
will yield every yjar, one new swarm
each ; Borne seasons they will yield two,
but we will say one each. In addition
to this, each stock will yield from 20 to
30 pounds of surplus honey which may
be taken from them without endanger
ing their lives. Fix the average yield
of honey at 25 pounds to the stand, and
we have, at 20 cents per pound, $5,00
for each one. We are sure that these
calculations are not too high, but that
they are rather below the yields of many
Btocks of bees in the hands of moder
ately careful, successful bee raisers. Take
them then, and foot up the results, and
you have for $125 laid out, $2000 per
year clear profits.
Now, permit us to ask, what invest
ment can be made in any other kind of
live stock that will, with so little add!
tional expense and labor, yield so much
or even yield half so much? Clinton
Diseases in Horses' Feet.
The disease among horses described
by "W. E. Spear of Ind., is " inflamation
of the " laminae," quite common in Eng
land and but little known in this conn-
The " laminae" (leaves) are located at
the top of, and connect with the outer
portion of the hoof, being layers or leaves
of gristle having an oily substance inter
vening. When this oily substance is in
flamed the pain is so great the horse will
not get up, when down. He will essay
to rise until It comes to using the hind
feet and there stop.
Put large socks around the legs at
these parts, filled in with moist clay and
salt, or any other poultice calculated to
allay inflammation, changing as often as
found necessary. Feed lightly, keep
bowels open, and do not expose the horse
to out door weather until he can get up
without pain ; nor for several weeks
thereafter should he be allowed to stay
out at nights if the weather is damp.
If he is down and will not rise raise
him with the " tackle-block," keep him
half suspended in the stable by means
of stout canvas under the whole belly,
attached to sticks at each side, and these
sticks, a rope going up to the beam di
rectly over the centre of the horses' back.
So adjust this that the fore part of horse
is off the floor, or nearly 60, if the fore
part is affected, or the hind part, if the
hind feet are affected.
The diseases is simply an inflamma
tion but at this season will be slow to
cure, requiring care and possibly some
trouble until June or even July next.
My horse was so bad improved so slowly
that and most of the hair came off leav
ing the skin naked. He was usually idle
and well fed when the disease begun.
The West. A correspondent writing
from Henderson county, Illinois, May
19, 1862, says: "This country is full
of produce. Corn is yiiled u.p every
where in immense quantities. Within
sight are the cribs of one farmer, which
contain five thousand or more bushels.
All the cribs of the county are full.
Many acres of the last crop are yet un
fathered ; the stalks yet 6tand as they
grew, loaded vath yellow ears. Corn
lies piled in wagon-loads along the fen
ces ; and what Jerseymen would call
" wood piles" are frequently corn-piles.
As good corn as ever rejoiced the heart
of the farmer is used continually for
fuel. It sells for eight to ten cents per
bushel, and has to be carted ten to
twenty mile3 for that price. " I do not
think it is wrong to use it for fuel," said
one farmer, " the stock in this county
cannot possibly eat the grain." The
correspondent says they use as a substi
tute for coffee, the following : Mix two
cups of corn meal with one of molasses,
and brown well,
Use as the genuine ar-
To Make an Evergreen Grow Compact-
If you have an evergreen, or Nor
way spruce, balsam fir, American spruce,
or any of the pines, and desire to make
it grow more compact, just pinch out the
bud from every leading branch, all around
and over it. Repeat this process again
next yeur, .at this time, and your ever
green will continue thereafter to grow
thickly.-- In dia n a Pm. mer.
gPBINGAND BUMMER TRADE. 186
WE hare Ju.t received a LAUGH STOCK of
Alio, full assortment of
ALL KINDS OF GOODS
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
which wm be sold.
Either mad I'p, or By the Tard,
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH
Our Stock of the above goods will be found
BEST FABRICS TO BE FOl'XD IX
GRIFFITH ELLIS A CO.
J"STATE OF JOHN W. TATLOR.
The undersigned baa been annotated administratrix
of the Estate of John W. Taylor, late of Champaign
County, dee d. FRANCES C. TAY LOR.
June iun, lmx.-avr. Aam xou. vv. javioraec a.
jgSTATE OF ISAIAH FTSON, DECD.
Notice is hereby ffiven, that the subscriber has been
appointed and qualified as Administrator of the estate
rator 01 me eu
oi isaian fuson, late OI unampaign county, aec a.
June 11, 1862-3W. GEORuE FUSON,
T OTICE PETITION TO OBTAIN OR
Wm. J. McAlerander, Adminis
trator of Isaac J. Yutsler dee d
Probate Conrt of
Ohio. Petition to
Michael Yutsler & others
To Jacob Yut8ler. Casper Yutslers, Benjamin Ynta-
Ier, Jasper Yutsler and Mary Jane Yutsler Yon are
hereby informed, that on the 8th day of May, 1862, said
Administrator filed his petition in the1 Probate Court
of Champaicm County, Ohio, the object and prayer of
which petition is to obtain an order. Ac, on the 26th
day of June, 1802, for the sale of the following real es
tate (of which the said Isaac J. Yutsler died seized.)
or so much as may be necessary to pay the debt of
said decedent to-wit: Situated in said county and
State, beine lot ho 8. as assigned to Isaac J. 1 utaler
and as shown by the plat of partition filed in the Com
of Common Pleas ot said County, in the case of Wm
Sumners airainst. Michael Yutsler and others, beirin
ing in the North line of the north-east quarter of Sec:
tion 16, Township three, range 12, 67 80-luO poles West
of the north-east corner of e&id quarter at a stone N.
W, corner to lot. No U, as shown by said plat, thence
North Si, West 45 75-100 poles to a stone ; thence
South 1 a ; West 90 86-100 poles to stone in the North
line of lot No 1 : thence with said line South 8V
45 75-100 poles to a stone S. Vr, comer of lot No 2 ;
thence with the west line of lot No 2, North 1 5f East
90 86-100 poles to the begtnjrhre:. containing 26 acres of
jana. w m. 4. mcal,
May 14 1862, n7-lw.
of Isaac J. Yutbler deed.
Deals in Coin and Exchange, makes temporary Loans,
and attend to Collections.
Ornc : Glkxk's Block, Sooth-Math Street.
"J HE HEROES OF PEACE, AND THE
HEROES . OF WAR.
E. ANTHONY, NO. 601 BROADWAY. N. YORK,
is now publishing, in addition to other portraits, the
celebrated collection known in Europe and America as
Brandy's National Photographic Portraits Gallery,
In which Is Included the Portraits of nearly all the
Prominent Men of America,
not excepting Jeff. Davis, Beauregard, Floyd, and a
host of other confederates. Price of Portraits, $3,00
per dozen. Can be sent by mail.
Scenes of the War for the Union
Are published, card size, and In sterescopic from.
tereoscopic Views of Scenes in Paris, Lonion, and
in other parts of England and France; in Scot
land. Ireland. W ales, Switzerland. Hol
land, Spain, on the Rhine; in
Egypt, Athens, the
0or Instantaneous Stereoscopic Views,
The Greatest Wonder of the Age.
These are taken in the fortieth part of a second, and
the mailing of water, moving of leaves, or the march
of an army, does not in the slightest dejrrce. affect the
taking of "the views. They arc sold for f:1.00 per doz.
We have also on hand and manufactnre the largest
assortment of Stereoscopes. Photographic AlbnmB and
Photographic Materials in the United Suites, and per
haps in the world.
Catalogues, containing lists of all onr Portraits,
Views, Stereoscopes, dec, sent free by mail, on re
ceipt of a sump.
E. ANTHONY, MlBroadwav.
Near St. Nichtfa? Hotel, Xcw York.
rjod omt gapef.
UrDEPEffDEJTT 031 ALL SUBJECTS,
Foreign and Domestic News, Literature,
Science, Agriculture, Mechanics,
Education, Matters of
Every Wednesday Ev'ng;
Wwt Sld North Main street, Near the BlttST
JOHN W. HOUX,
ONE DOLLAR, PER ANNUMI
Two DolTars, If not paid la Advance.
The Urbana Union will he a com
plete Family Paper, second is merit and
interest to no other country journal in
Will bear In mind :
JOXOBIiIjIlPf T MHSZV1
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 abnndant.than
it has ever been known in the loyal states,
and we propose to go in and earn our
share to make a reppectable livelihood.
If yon want a Eeliable Newspaper,
or have any kind of Business
to Advertise, or any
kind of a Job
CALL AT TEE '
CBBANA UNION OFFICE!
UY TOUR PLANTS AND SHRUBBERY, OF
'Oakland Garden and Uursery.
Hotbed Flints, Egg plants, Tomato plants, Pepper do.
Plaits U Season f the Verj Best Varieties
At "War- Prices !
nSw C. H. & P. MURPHY.
TEW BOOKSTORE I ESTABLISHED IX184S
JOSEPH B. BILE7,
THE GREAT WESTERN
SCHOOL BOOK DEPOT,
AND STATIONER'S WAREHOUSE,
Blank Book Manufactory.
BINDING OF EDITIONS OF BOOKS.
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LIBRARIES REBOUND.
Law Books and Medical Book.
Blank Book and Stationery.
Special attention to orders for
DUPLICATES, JOURNALS, t
DOCKETS AND RECORDS,
AND STATIONERY, Ac 4c.
County Officers, Banker, &c. See.
THE OHIO STANDARD
SERIES OF SCHOOL BOOKS,
GOODRICH'S READERS SIS BOOKS.
GREEN LEAP'S ARITHMETICS FOUR BOOKS.
TOWER & TWEED'S GRAMMARS THREE '
CORNELL'S GEOGRAPHIES FIVE BOOKS.
TOWN'S SPELLER AND TOWN'S ANALYSIS.
PAYSON A DUNTON'S COPY BOOKS AND
Importer of, and Wholesale and Retail
WALL PAPERS 4 BORDERS;
. OFFERING A STOCK OF
COMETHING HEW. HIGH LY IMPORTANT TO
O THE LADLES!
Patent Hemmer and Shield
FOR HAND SEWING.
Is " JnBt the Thing" for allwho nse the needle. This
Remarkably Simple and Hovel Invention
Sares ONE-HAfj1 the Tnborof hand-sewing, as it COM
PLETELY PROTECTS THE FINGER FROM the
POINT OF THE NEEDLE, and makes a neat and o
nilorm hem while the operator is sewing.
SO LADY SHOVLD BE WITHOUT IT.
It is cheap, simple, beautiful and useful. The Hem
mer and Shield will be sent free on receipt of the price
. TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Enclose Stamp for descriptive Circular and terms.
Sewing Bird Combined
Is an article of great merit. It Is n?ed for the purpose
windinjfSkeins of Thread, Silk. Cotton, Yarn, Floss,
Worsted, Ac. It is readily adjusted to the wort-table,
and will be found indispcnsible to all using the
above articles, betnsr a useful and invaluable appen
dage to the Sewing Bird.
Price $0,50 to $1 affording to style and finish.
&150 Per Month,
ran hm easllr realised bv an Enteroriginsr Agents
(wanted in everv town and connty throughout the U
nited States and Canada.) selling the above articles, as
sales are rapid, profits large, and has no competiton,
A llDeral discount made to tne traae.
Address A, H. DOWNER,
443 Broadway, New York.
Patentee and Sole Proprietor.
N. B. General and exclusive Agencies will be gran
ted on the most liberal terms. n2 3m
Life Pills and Phoenix Bitters.
These Medicines 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 entitling under near
ly evervkind of disease to which the human trame is li
able The following are among the distressing variety
oi uumau uispafttsB m n uiuu
Vegetable ife Medicines
are well known to be infallible.
T.VirrT"" ' bv thoroncrhW clcansinff the (lrst and
second stomachs and ercaiing T.;w of pure, healthy
bile, instead of Ue stale and acrid kino ; i LAT VLEi
CY, Loss of Appetite, Heartburn, Headache. Restless
ness, Ill-temper, Anxiety, Languor and Melancholy,
which are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will van
ish, as a natural consequence of its cure.
CO&TIVENESS, by cleansing the whole lengthof the
intestinne with a soivent process, and without violence;
ail violent purges leave the bowels costive in two days.
FEVERS of all kinds, by restoring the the blood to a
regular circulation, through the process of respiration
in such cases, and the thorough solution of ail intesti
nal obstruction in others.
The Lifts Medicines have been known to cure TJH
EUMATISM permanently in three weeks, aod-GOUT
in half that time, by removing local inflammation from
the muscles and ligaments ofthe joints.
DROPSIES of all kinds, by freeing and strengthen
ing the kidneys and bladder ; they operate most deli't
fnllT on thtae imDortant orcans. and hence have evpr
been fonnd a certain reufedy for the very worst cases of
UKA V EL,.
Also WORMS, by dislodging from the turnings ofthe
bowels the slimy matter to which these creatures ad
here. SCURVY, ULCERS and INVETERATE SORES, by
the perfect purity which thesS Lira Medicines give to
the blood, and all 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 very short time will effuct
an entire cure of SALT RHEUM, and a striking im
provement in the clearness of the skin. COMMON
COLDS and INFLUENZA will always be cured by one
dose, or by two in the worst cases.
PILES, The original proprietor of these Medicines
was cured of Piles, of 35 years standing, by the use of
the Lira Medicines aioue.
FEVER and AGUE. For this scourje of the West
ern Country these Medicines will be found a safe, speed
y and certain remedy. Other medicines leave the svs
tem subject to a return of the difease a cure bv these
Medicines is permanent TRY THEM, BE SATISFI
ED, AND BE CURED.
BILIOUS FEVERS and LIVER COMPLAINTS.
General Debility. Loss of Appetite, and Diseases of r e
males the Medicines have been used with the most
beneficial resnlts in cases of this description : Kines
Evil, and Scrofula in its worst forma, yield to the mild
yet powerful action of these remarkable Medicines.
Night Sweats, Nervous Debility, Nervons 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 injwcioue use of
Mercury, wijl find these Medicines a perfect cure.as they
never fail to eradicate from the system, all the effectV
of Mercury, infinitely sooner tbah the most powerful
preparations of SarsapariJla.
Prepared and sold by TV. 1?. MOFFAT,.
1 333 Broadway, Nfw-Yobk,
nl TOR SALE BT ALL JDRUGSI3T5. ly
rHK PEOPLE WILL CONTINUE TO READ
LATEST WAR NEWS I
EllMH FOR THE GLORIOUS BAKU.
STARS AND STRIPES.
STAND BY THE
UNION OF THE STATES!
in the way of
FOB MEK A XT D BOYS,
No 1 miaral Street,
family $lf fliriws.
VegateWe pills, porbor, t5
Green Mountain Ointment, per box,
Sarnaparilla, per bottle, 1 00
Children's Panacea, per bottle, CO
r.ye jocion, per Dome, 25
Fever and Arctic Kemedr, per box, 60
Health Bitters, per package, 35
Dyentary Byrup, per bottle, 60
ConsumptiVe" a Balm, per bottle, 800
Marshall's Uterine Catholicon, per bottle, 1 50
Graefenbere Pile Remedy, per bottle, 1 00
Manual of Health, per copy, 36
For cale by the city druggists; aleo by agents in tha
principal towns in umo.
Hartford, Trumbull Co., O., March 7, '6T.
T honthT certifV that T have been deaitncr In thm ftr
efenbarg Medicine? for the past year, and can truly say
that I have met with the decided approbation of to
people like these, particularly the pills and catholiooa.
They will redily perform all and more than is promised
for them. I have sold abont fifty bottles of the catho
licon the past season, and I hear the best results in ev
T TT f TAItlt'AV "r It , a .
ery cjuhi. t. xi. t. uniii?uii, jneuiuu Agent.
Read what Dr. Bushnell save of the Graefenbarir
Medicines. Dr. B. is a physician of extensive practice.
ana one 01 tne most snccedsrtu in tae county (Tram
Daiii in wa cn ue resiuee.
ThiB certifies that I have used the GraefenberffDiTli
and Mare ball e Catholicon, sold here, by J. H. C. John
son, hi my practice, to my entire satisfaction. Ther
are good medicines. Dr. G. W. BUSHNELL.
uaruora, xrumouu i;o.,a, juarcn , ico.
West Bedford. Coshocton Co., May 14, '57.
Mr. H. B. Kineslev. Sin I have been selling: the
medicines of the Graefenfcerg Company for the last ten
years, and havv invariably fonnd them to give great
a tie faction; and the pills I have sold to a great many
families as regular as their tea and coffee, and with my
trade they have become a staple article. Mare hall's
Uterine Catholicon is a medicine that has done a exeat
amount of good in female diseases. One ladv I sold it
to roia me mai sne naa received more oenent from one
bottle than she did from a lone course of medical treat
ment by the moat ucuiful phyuicians. Yours truly.
Health of American Women
Female Irregularities, weakness, uterine displace
ment. and all local nterine difficultiesand constitution
al troubles of women are entirely cured by the Graefen
berg Marshall's Uterine Catholicon.
In this connection, Mies Beecher, sister ofthe Her.
Henry Ward Beecher, in Letters to the People, page
I have nine sisters ana sister-in-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 healthv."
In cases, however, where theGraefenbergCathol'icon
has been used, we mu?t sav that health has rapidly ta
ken theplaceofdieaie. ana ladies have become robust,
strong, "igorong. and healthy.
Mrs. Gleason, of Elmira. says: "Beautiral, Indeed, is
the confiding, trusting nature of woman, but how much
dQ? it iieea to be protected by a watchfulness that will
lead her In time of disease to appeal to a medical advi
sor of scientific education, moral worth and purity of
AH these may be teenred by addrc68ing the Umei en-
I am a Methodist clergyman. My heart has fairly
ached to witness the feeble health of woman a I have
traveled my circuit preachinc the jospel. I thank God,
nowever. tnai 1 nave seen an inesw mce? c give way 10
the Graefenbere Mershall s L tenne Cathahcon. wher-
ever u nas neen neea. xut. 1 onnr, runa
way, Michigan. Formerly of Western Stark, Medina
FOR SALE BY
MOORE A McCOMSEY. Urbana,
J. H. McINTIRE. West Liberty.
F. 8. CLASON. Bellefontaine.
A- WOLDEN, Springhilla.
..til 1 " I -n T1 T7 T" TT" r CITr Tl.' J
JJOWARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA.
A Benevolent Institution established by opecial En
dowment, for the Relief of the Sick and Diseased, af-
fixed with Virulent and Epidemic Diseases, and es
pecially for the Cure of Disease of the Sexual Or
gans. Medical Advice
fiven gratis, by the Acting Snnreon, to ail who apply
y letter, with a description oftheir condition, (age.
occupation, habits of life, &c.) and in cae of extreme
poverty. Medicines furnished free of charge.
on Spermatorrhea, and other diseases of the Sexual
Organs, and on the NEW REMEDIES employed in the
Dispensary, pent to the affected, in sealed envelopes,
free of charge. Two or three Stamps for postage will
Addres", PR. J. SKIIXTX noronTON". Acting
Surgeon, Howard Association, No. i South Ninth St.
Philadelphia, Pa. By order of the Directors.
GEO. FAIRCHTI.D. Secrctarr.
nl-ly EZRA D. HEARTWELL, -ident.
0TP0SITE TUE COVBT HOUSE, URBAXA, 0.
Jouph ffnii, Froprirtor.
The " Ilamilton" has been thornrcjrhlj- rfittej
for the accommodation ot srueM.. Ve are confc
ficut of rcnioiirs satktictirn to all.
THET GO lUGa; thjc
instant Relief t
STOP YOUR COUqh !
PURITY YOUR BREATH!
STRENGTHEN TOUR VOICE!
GOOD FOB CLEKOTXEN,
GOOD FOB LECTCEEE3,
GOOD FOB PTBUC SPEAKERS,
GOOD FOB SISGER3,
good fob c rsrarntM
8PALDIXCS THBOAT CONFECTIONS.
tiOtt, AS DILIQEntD HTfl
FALLING'S THJtOAT CONFECTIONS.
child ri cbt roa
SPALfclNe THROAT CONFECTIONS.
Thej relieve a Cough Inrtantlr.
They clear the Throat.
They give strength and tolnme to the Tolee.
They Impart a delicioc. aroma to the breath.
They are delightful to the tagte.
They are made of iimple herb, and cannot harm any
JL'tTT7 onao h Conghor a Haaky
Voice or a Bad Breath, or any difficulty of the Throat
get a package of my Throat Confection.; they will
relieve you ln.tantly, and you will agree with me
they go right to the .pot" Ton win and them
useful and pleasant while traveling or attending
public meeting, for .tilling your Congh or allaying
your thirst. If you try one package, lam eatem lay
ing that you will ever afterward, consider them indis
pensable. Ton will find them at the Druggi.1. and
Dealer, in Medicine..
PRICE TWEXTY-FITE CEXTS. .
My rignature It v, each package. All other, are
APackage will be Knt by mail, prepaid on receipt
Thirty Centa. Addrew
HENRY C. SP AIDING,
48 CEDAB STREET, NEW YORK.
rWftj the use of these Pills the periodic attack, ot
Nervou. or Sick Headache may be prevented ; and if
taken at the commencement of an attack immediate
relief from pain and sickness will be obtained.
They seldom tail in removing the Uausea and Head
ache to which females are so subject.
They act gently upon the bowels removing CostWe
nesa. For Literary Hen. Student. TVMmt. .,..
person, of sedentary habits, they are valuable aa a
""tlv, improving tne appetite, giving tone and vig
or to the digestive organs, and restoring their natural
elasticity and strength to the whole system.
The CEPHALIC PHILLS are the result of long in
vestigation and carefully conducted experiments,
havinar been in
have prevented and relieved a vast amount of
ana sunenng rront Headache, whether originat
ing in the nervous system or a deranged state of the
They are entirely vegetable in their composition,
mar be taken at all time, with nrfMafe.t,r wh-
making any change of diet, and the absence of
nisagreeaDie taste renders it easy to administer
them to children.'
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS 1
The genuine hove live signatures of
HENRY C. SPALDING
nn M(4 hnT.
by Druggist, and all other dealer, in Medicine..
box will be sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of the
Price, 25 rCents.
orders shonld.be addressed to
HENRY C. SPALDING,
18 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK.
tVA .ingle bottle of
SFALIIXS'S PREPARED BLUE
will save ten time. it. cost
Spalding's Prepared Glue
Spalding's Prepared Glue
Spalding's Prepared Glue
SAVE THE PIECES.
1SrlA Stitch In Time Te Tilne.J
As accident, win happen, even in well regulated
families, it i. very desirable to have some cheap and
convenient way for repairing Forailare, Toys, Crock
SPALD1XCTS PREPARED GLUE
all such emergencies, and so household can af
ford to be without it It i. always ready and np to
TSEFtX O EVERT HOUSE.
B. A Brush accompanies each bottle.
PFtlCE 25 CENTS.
4B CEDAR STREET, SEW YORK.
certain unprincipled person, are attempting to
off on the unsuspecting public. Imitations of my
PREPARED GLUE. I would camion all persons to ex
amine before purchasing, and see that the full nan4
SPALDrNG'B PREPARED GLUE!
on th outside wnrpper-H ithprs art dtriajling