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Our Omnibus Budget.
It is not in brutes that we find
the most brutality. .
Man says, I mat my fortune;
woman, I wait one.
Face the devil when you must ;
fly Lira when you may,
The pleasure of despising is at
all times a dangerous luxury.
Every man has his frienJs, if he
only knew where to find them.
It h far better to suffer than fo
lose the power of suffering.
Obscure writers, like tuxlid streams.
seem deeper than they are. -
It is often nobler, and more diffi
cult, to conquer a doubt than a redoubt.
A verb Is a word signifying to be,
to do, or to tuffer; woman's life in a verb.
. Every woman's rights are marri
age rites; every traitor's rights, funeral
Every witticism is an inexact
thought; that which is perfectly true is
Superficial men have no absorb
ing passion ; there are no whirpools in a
. If a man can not do his duty in
the situation he is in, ho can not do it
None- of tw can afford to lose the
privilege of suffering for the sake of
those we love.
K&ilroad trains are protected from
accident as houses axe from lightning
by good conductors. .
. It is said that the wheel of for
tune revolres for all ; but many of us are
krokeu on the wheel.
. A timely death is the great prize
f life ; who eai regret when it is won
fcy a worthy soul ?
. TVe never get a rigorous force to
; lepel evil, until our powers are condens
ed by suffering.
It is not so much the finding, of
a truth, as the honest search for it, that
u Dear Smith, I owe you $20 for
articles I've bought ; if now I pay you
down f 2, yon Bee I owe you 0."
With every child we lose we see
deeper into life, aa with every added
lens we pierce farther into the sky.
"PTe are prisoners as often as we
bore ear doors, exiles as often as we trav
. el, ami dead as often as we sleep.
The bereaved father of Lord Rus
sell said: I would not give nry dead
son for any other man's living one;" j
A single drop cf blood in the
wrong place makes all the difference be
. tween the philosopher and the maniac
. If we say that circumstances make
the man, we must also admit that the
man often makes and can always modify
: the circumstances.
According to English law, a wid-
m to ftm 1 1 1 r.l tn mmqiti 4Vi-fTT 1 n v u in
the bouse of her late husband, provided
ehe does sot marry within that time.
General Grant has taken General
LTalleck's place at Corinth, and has re
moved lis head quarters from Memphis
to the latter place.
Washington dispatches mention
that General Cox, who has been compar
atively idle in the Kanawha Valley for
come time, is to co-operate with General
Pope in his vigorous movements.
Some of the Republicans think
President Lincoln is a "rebel sympa
- thiier' because, in his reply to the recom
mendation of the Governors, he calls the
war " unnecessary and injurious.
.1 Wendell Phillips has"- made an
other speech in which he declares " that
we must say to the Government, you can
not have a man or a dollar until you pro
claim a policy of general emancipation."
The entire Federal loss at the
aeven battles before Richmond according
"-to- a carefully prepared statement in the
New York Times was 15,224 killed 1,
565, wounded 7,701, missing 5,858.
Nothing came of the proposed
reduction of salaries in all Departments
f the Government. Senator Sherman
made the most vigorous and repeated ef
forts to pass his retrenchment bill, bnt
- Cincinnati is thoroughly aroused.
RecruitiBg goes on briskly. Liberal con
tributions have been made by wealthy
citizens to aid it. John Kugler gave
$2,500; Tyler, Davidson & Co., $1,000;
Jacob Elsaa $500.
It is stated that previous to the
Tate battles Gen. McClellan arranged with
tie Rebel authorities for a general exchange-
of prisoners, and that General
Dix has been instructed to consummate
Out f an aggregate of over 500,-
000 men enlisted for the war, up to Janu
ary, 17C8, it is believed that not over 300,
000 are now present with their regiments,
eomposing the army corps in the several
la-the list of the prosperous there
vancement to talent and sagacity alone.
. . , , - .
jority must attribute their rise to
' . . , , , ,
raation of industry, prudence and
The horror of instrumental music
felt by old-time people, on its introduc
tion, is capitally illustrated by the re
mark of an oil lady, on hearing an or
gan for the first time: "It is a very
pretty box of whistles, but oh f it's aa
wwful way of spending the Sabbath .'"
Our Omnibus Budget. The Farm and Garden.
The Wool Clip.
. Wool men estimate the clip of the
State of Ohio this year to be about thir
teen million pounds; being two million
pounds greater than the clip of last year.
Of this probably about three-fourths have
been sold, at prices averging 48 cents,
leaving the finer grades unsold. The
sales of wool, Hrith the transportation
and incidental charges, will bring more
more than seven million dollars of good
currency into the State.
In the office of Secretary Tcrkins of
the California Wool Growers' Association
is to be been the fleece of a French meri
no, only sixteen months old, belonging
to Patterson of Alomeda county, which,
as it lies on the floor, measures six by
five feet, and weighs forty -two and a
half pounds. The wool, too, is uniform
ly very flue perhaps a pound or two at
the edges being a little coarser than the
rest. We are told that this is the larg
est single yield of such a t-heep ever
sheared iu the State, with the exception
of one which weighed a pound or two
more, and was taken from a much older
merino, owned by Flint, Bixby & Co.
The general average weight of fleeces
the world over, is reckoned at four pounds
and the average weight of the last year's
clip in California is estimated at six
pounds per fleece, particularly when tak
en from so young a sheep, is something
to look at. If worked it would make
six or seven heavy woolen blankets S.
Plant an Appel Oarchard.
When apples are $3 a barrel and up
ward, there is not a adequate supply in
the country. They can be grown at a
dollar a barrel, with profit. The apple
crop in a single small county in the State
of New York, was worth half a million
of dollars last year. Other counties in
the Eastern States were under the ne
cessity of paying out $100,000 for this
fruit, because they had not the article at
home. Teaches and plums we may be
able to get along without, but apples we
must have for the dessert, and for the
dinner basket of little boys and girls
who can not come home from school to
dine, and for many other uses. We say,
then, to every farmer, plant an orchard
of at least one hundred trees. The trees
are all ready for you in the nursery, well
grown and grafted, two or three years
from the bud. Get thifty trees, of varie
ties that you know will flourish in your
locality, and in four years you will be
eating fruit from them. Do not fail to
plant an apple orchard this very month.
A Freak of Lightning.
tat Wheeling Intelligencer is respon
sible for the following account of a bolt
of lightning :'
There wis a shade tree standing ia
front of the house supported from the
tree to the water conductor of the house.
The fluid struck the top of the tree,
which it shattered, and passing down
ward followed the course of the wire to
the water conductor. It then passed
down the side of the house, tearing the
weather-boarding, aiid entered the room
occupied by two ladies and a child. The
ladies and the child were thrown from
the chair in which they were sitting and
violently stunned ; the chairs were over
turned, the floors of the room were brok
en as if it had been pounded into splin
ters with a powerful titlt hammer, and
everything in the house was disarranged.
A portion of the fluid passed through a
bird cage,, killing two birds and cutting
one squarely in two. After performing
these eccentric pranks the fluid passed
out the door, which it tore into splinters,
and went into the ground. The hole
were the fluid entered the earth is large,
and apparently bottomless.
Don't Steal that Fruit.
"Nonsense; steal! why I am only
taking a few of these nice strawberries,
and just a handful, or a quart or so of
these cheeries. They are much nicer
than we have at home, or can buy in
town. You would'nt call this stealing,
would you?" Yes, we do, and the mean
est kind of stealing. The persons that
will steal fruit, will steal anything else,
only give them the chance, where detec
tion is not probable. 'Fruit is nothing,'
says one; but while they take it, they
forget that verly likely, the bread in his
house, the carpets, clothing, etc., belong
ing to the owner, have not cost half so
much care, labor and money, as this
choice fruit ; nor are they so much priz
ed. Don't steal it. If you want, go and
ask for some, and if the owner has to
spare, ten to one he will give you liberty
to gather what you want. Young peo
ple should be carefully cautioned by
those having the charge of them, to avoid
this sin of fruit taking. Nothing is
more agravating to a person, after years
of care and money expended, and just as
the fruit is ready for his use, than to have
it filched from him by some wandering
aggressor. Look upon it aa a trivial af
fair, if you can, but it certainly is con
temptibly mean, and the community
J. . .
ought to fn
, . ,
own down any freedom of the
perpetrated iu any neighborhood.
Ohio Farmer. - .
Flannel Cake. Dissolve two ounces
of butter in one qaart of milk j and one
teaspoonful of salt, four eggs well beat
en, half a tea-curtfoll of veast. asd flour
enough to make a stiff batter; let it rise!
ever night bale oa a hot griddle. 1
(good Qtmt gaprr.
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Dealers in Medicines.
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My signature is on each package. All others are
A Package will be sent by mail, prepaid on receipt
of Thirty Cents. Address
HENRY C. SPALDING.
48 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK.
t"By the nsc of these Pills the periodic attacks of
Nervous or Sick Headache may be prevented; and if
taken at the commencement of an attack immediate
relief from pain and sickness will he obtained.
They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and Head
ache to which females are so subject.
They act gently upon the bow els removing Costive
For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females, and
ail persons of sedentary habits, they are jaluable as a
Laxatie, 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 PHILLS are the resnlt of long in
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They are entirely vegetable in their composition,
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out making any change of diet, and the absence of
any disagreeable taste renders it easy to administer
them to children.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS I
"The genuine hove five signatures of
HENRY C. SPALDING
on each box.
Sold by Druggist and all other dealers in Medicines.
A box will be sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of the
Price, 25 'Cents.
All orders should be addressed to
HENRY C. SPALDING,
48 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK.
t"A single bottle of
SPAIBIKS'S PKEPARE11 GIUP
will save ten times its cost?
Spalding's Prepared Glue
Spalding's Prepared Glue
Spalding's Prepared Glue
SAVE THE PIECES.
fSlA Stltcli In Time navel Nlne.'J .
As accidents will happen, even in well regulated
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convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crock
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Meets all such emergencies, and no bonschold can af
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' USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE."
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P11ICE 25 CENTS.
4S CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK.
As certain unprincipled persona are attempting to
palm off on the wnnriPpccthig public, imitations of my
PREPARED GLUE, I would caution all persons to ex
amine before purehoaing, and sec that the full name
SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE!
is on the cut?tde wrapper al! others are BtndHng
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173 and 175 Grand street & 215 Centre street
Kstabiished 1838. NEW YORK. Established 1838.
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n3-3m HORACE V. SIGLER, Agent.
"TO CONSUMPTIVES. THE ADVERTISER,
having boon restored to henlih in a few wevka by a
very simple remedy, after ha viug suffered several years
with a severe lnug affection, and that dread disease.
Consumption is anxious to make known to his fel
low sufferers the means of enre.
To all who defire it. he will send a ropy of the pre
scription used (free of charge.) with the directions for
preparing and using the prune, which they will find a
Sure Ccrk Fob Consumption. AsthmaBronchitis.
&c. The onlv object of the advertiser in sending the
Prescription It to benefit the afflicted, and ppread in
formation which he conceives to be invaluable, and he
hopes every snfferer will try his remedy, as it will coat
them nothing, and niav prove a blestiitr.
RETT EDWARD A. WILSONS
Wiliamaburgh, Kings County, ISew York.
NOTICE. The Stockholders of the Addison and
Capetown Tnnipike Company, are hereby notified that
a meeting, of the Stockholders of said Company, will
be held at Thackery's School house, in the township
of Lotft Creek, Miami county, Ohio, on the Kith day of
August 1862, for the purpose of determining the pro
portion to be assessed on each shareholder in said
company to meet the existing liabilities of said com
pany. MObES . LONG, Pre.
JO THE CREDITORS OF JOHN S2UPP, Dic'd.
On the Slet day of Jnly. A. D. 1S62. the Probate Conrl
of Champaign co. declared the estate of John Snapp,
deceased, to be probably insolvent; creditars are there
fore required to present their claims against tne estate
to the undersigned, for allowance, within six months
from the time above mentioned, or they will not be
entitled to payment. And all claims atrainst said es
tate which have been presorted to. and allowed by, the
former administrators of said estate, and not filed with
the undersigned, mnet be so filed within the time above
mentioned. DAVID LOUBEXBACK,
uli-6wj A din. de bonis non of John Snapp, deed.
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it aramis aim,
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1 May 25, 1862-tf.
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Children's Panacea, per bottle,
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Graefenbcrg Pile Remedy, per bottle,
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For pale by the city druggists; also by agents ha the
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Hartford, Trumbull Co., O., March 7, 'fiT.
I hereby certify that I have been deajing in tuo Gm
efeubarg Mediciuea for the past year, and can truly say
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Read what Dr. Bushnell says of the Graefcnbarg
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aud one of the mabt successful in the county (Trum
Dull' in wnicn ne rcsiaes.
rwl ArMi-uhnll'ki I
titles at I have ned the Gnefenbers-pills
dl s t. jinoucon, sola nere, ny h. v. John
sou. in mv practice, to my entire satisfaction. They
are good medioirien. Dr. G. W. BL'SHXELL.
Hartford. Truybull Co.. O.. March 7. 1S57.
Westjedford. Coshocton Co., May 1-t, 57.
Mr. H. B. Kingyley, Sin I have been selling the
medicinee of the Uraefeubcrg Compauy for thelaat ten
years, and hav invariably found them t give great
satisfaction; and the pHis 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. Marshall's
Uterine Cathollcon is a medicine that has done a great
amouut of ood in female diseases. One lady I sold it
to told me that she had received more benefit from one
bottle than she did from a long course of medical treat
ment by the most skillful physician.. Yours traiv,
Ileal tli of American Women.
Female Irregularities, weakness, uterine displace
ment. and all local uteriue ditticultiesandcoustitution
al troubles of women are entirely cured by the tiraefen
berg Marshall's Uterine Catholicon.
in this connection. Miss Beedier, pister of the Rer.
Henry Ward Bcecher, in Letters to the People, page
U, aays :
"I have nine sisters and aister-in-laws, and fourteen
female cousins, ail married, and all delicate and ailing.
Amid the immense circle of my friends and acquain
tances, I canuot recall ten married ladie born in
tids century and country, who are perfectly healthy."
In cases, however, where the GraefenbergCatholicon
ha been Used, we must sav that health has rapidly ta
ken the place of disease, and ladies hava become robust,
strong, vigorous, and healthy.
Mrs. Gleason. of Elmira. says: Beautirnl, indeed, ie
the confiding, trusting nature" of woman, but how much
does it need te 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
All these may be secured by addressing the Graeien
ram a Methodist clereryman. My heart has fairly
aciied to witness the feeble health or woman as I have
traveled my circuit preaching the gospel. I thank God,
however, that 1 have seen atithe diseses give way to
the Graefenberg Mershall's Uterine Cathalfeon, wher
ever it has been nsed. R- PETER SHARP. Ridg
wav, Michigan. Formerly of Western Stark, Medina
C o., O.
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GEO. FAIHCHILD. Secretary.
Bl-ly EZRA D. HEART W ELL, - udent.
OPrOSITE THE COURT HOUSE, URBAXA, O.
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Th " Hamilton" ha been thoroncrbly refitted
for the aceoiumottution of guests. We "arc coufi
dent of rendcrin;; sutbfitclU'n to alL
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Hotbed PTanfs, Egg plants, Tomato Dlants, Pepper do
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:ew bookstoeei established n?
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THK GREAT "WESTERN
SCHOOL BOOK 2EPCT,
AND STATIONER'S WAREHOUSE,
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PUBLIC AXD PRIVATE LIBRARIES E.EBOC5D.
Law Book and Medical Booki.
Blank Books and Stationery.
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ASD STATIOXERT, Ac. Ac.
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GOODRICH"S READERS SEX BOOKS.
GREENTJSAF'S ARITHMETICS FOUR BOOKS.
TOWER Si TWEED'S GRAMMARS THREE "
CORNELL'S GEOGRAPHIES FIVE BOOKS.
TOWN'S SPELLER AND TOWN'S ANALYSIS.
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WALL PAPERS 4 BOBBERS;
OFFERIXG A SI OCK Of
COMETHING) NEV. HIGHLY IMPORTANT TO
0. HE LADIES I
Patent Hemmer and Shield
FOR HAND SEWING.
Is ' Jiut the Tiling" for all wbo use the necdla. Thia
Remarkably Simple and Hovel Invention
Save osi-hai.t the labor of han4-MWln. as It COM
PLETELY PROTECTS THE FINGEH FROM th
POINT OF THE NEEDLE, and make, a neat and u
nitorm hem while the operator ia sewing.
JTO LADY SBOULD SS WITBOVT IT.
It ii cheap, aimple, beautiful and nseful. The Hem
mer and Shield will be aent free on receipt of the prica
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, Flosa,
Worsted, 4c. It i readily adjusted to the work-table,
and will be found indispcnsible to ail using the
above articles, betng a useful and Invaluable appen
dage to the Sewing Bird.
Pike $0,50 ti $1 artordicg to style aai ttukb.
$150 Per Monti
can be easily realized by an Enterprising Agents
(wanted in every town aud county throughout the U
nited States and Canada.) selling the aoove articles, as
sales are rapid, proiits large, and has nocompetiton,
A liberal discount made to the trade.
Address . A, H. DOWNER,
. tt Broadway, New York.
Fatentett and Sole Proprietor.
N. B. General and exclusive Agencies will be gran
ted on the most liberal terms. n am
Life Pills and Phoenix Bitters.
These Medicines have now been before the pnblic for
the last THIRTY YEAK, and during that time have
maintained a high character in almost every part of the
Olobe. for their extraordinary and immediate power of
restorin" perfect health to persons suffering under near
lv everv kiud of disease to which the human frame is li
able The fullowing 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 stomachs and creating a flow of pure, healthy
bile, instead of tie stale and acrid kind; FLATVLEX
CY, Lo?s of Appetite. Heartburn, ileadacbe. Restless
ness. Ill-temper, Anxiety, Languor and Melancholy,
which are the general sy mptoms of Dyspepsia, will ran
ish. as a natural consequence of ita cure.
COSTI V ENESS. by cleansing the whole length of the
intestinne with a solvent process, and withoutVioience;
all violent purges leave the bowels costive in two days.
FEVEHS of ail kinds, by restoring the the blood to a
regular circulation, through the process of respiration
in such cases, and the thorough solution of all intesti
nat oostructinn in otnerfl.
The Lira Mkdictkes have been known to care RH-
EVMAT1SM permanently in three weeks, and OOCT
in half that time, by removing local inflammation from
the muscles and ligaments of the jointa.
DROPSIES of all kinds, by freeing and strengthen
ing the kidneys and bladder; they operate most deli't
funv on these' important organs, and hence have ever
been fuimd a certain remedy for the very worst cases of
Also WORMS, by dislodging from the turnings of the
bowels the slimy matter to which these creatures ad-
SCURVY. fLCERS and INVETERATE SORES, by
the perfect purity wuicn these lite l&dicu(s9 give le
tne Diooa, ana au tne numora.
SCORBUTIC ERUPTIONS and Bad Complexions.
ny tueir alterative ellect upon the miios inat leea tut
tne skin, ana tne niorrmi state oi wnicn occasions ai
eruptive complaints, sallow, cloudy, and other disagre
The use of these PiTIs for a very short time will effec
an entire cure of SALT RHEUM, and a striking im
provement in the clearness of the sktn. COMMO?
COLDS and INFLUENZA will always be eared by on
dose, or by two in the worst ce.
PILES. The original proprietor of these Medicine
was cured of Piles, oi . years sumoiug, dj me use c
the Lin Midicines alone.
FEVER asn AWE. For this scnirrge of the Wes
em Country these Medicines will be found a safe, speei
y and certain remedy. Olher medicines leave the sy i
.iihiect to a return of the di?ene a enre bv the.
Medicines is permanent TRY THEM, BE SATISFj
KD. AND BE CURED. I
BILIOUS FEVERS axt LITER COMPLAINTS. J
Oeneral Debility, Loss of Appetite, and Disease of Fj
males the Medicines have been used with the mo!
beneficial results in cases of this description: Kini
Evil, and Scrofula in its worst forms, yield to the mi
yet powerful action of these remarkable Medicines
Night Sweats. Nervous Debility, Nervous Complain ,
of all kinds. Palpitation of the Heart, Painter's Choi
are speedily cured. j
MERCURIAL DISEASES. Persons whose cons'
tutions have become impaired by the inindicious use .
Mercnry. will And these Medlcinesa perfect cnre,astt ;
never fail to eradicate from the system, all the effe
of Mercury, infinitely sooner than the most powei
preparations of Sarsaparilla.
Prepared and sold by W. J. MOFFAT,
S35 Broadwat, N rw-Y on -
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