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The Farm and Garden.
Crape Growers' Maxims.
Ye find a few good items under the
above lieaJiBg ia. tka Jersey Her
; : 1 i Prepare ground In the Fall, plant in
2. ; Give tie vine plenty of manure, old
and well decomposed ; for freeh manure
eicitcs growth, but docs not suture it
3. Luxuriant growth does not always
4. Dig deep, but plant shallow.
5. Youngvinca produce beautiful fruit,
but old vines produce the. richest.
C. Prune in the Autumn to promote
growth, but in the Spring to insure fruit-
6. Plant your vines before you put up
8. Vines, like" soldiers, should have
good arms. ' '
9. Prune spurs to one well developed
r bud, for the nearer the old wood the
higher flavored the fruit.
10. Those who prune long must soon
11. -Vine leaves love the rah; the fruit
12. Every leaf has a bud at its base,
and cither a bunch of. fruit or a .tendril
13. A tendril is an abortive fruit bunch
a bunch of fruit a productive tendriL
CH. A "' bunch-of 'grapes ' without a
healthy leaf opposite, is like a ship at
sea without a rudder, it can't come to
15.' Lateralsare like some politicians;
o.if not often checked they are the worst
.f . 16. Good grapes are like gold ; no one
: has enough.
17. The earliest grape will keep the
i longest ; for that which is fully matured
is easily preserved.
. 18. Grape eaters are long livers.
" 19. He who buys the new and untried
varieties should remember that the sel
ler's maxim is Caveat emptor. Let the
' luyer looking out for himself.
Laterals are 6hoots which start from
either side of the main bud, at the axil
of every leaf ; if they grow unchecked
t&ey destroy its vigor ; if entirely remo
ved, the bud itself shoots- prematurely.
Crape Growers' Maxims. Packing Fruits for Long Distances.
A. correspondent of the Cottage Gar
dener, describes the following method for
packing fresh fruits of various kinds.
This system he ias practiced with sue
cess for twentv vears. and he has sent
fruit from distances varying from fifty to
five hundred miles :
Take & box, soft paper .and sweet bran.
A box Is chosen iff site accordiug to the
quantity to be sent A layer of bran b
put in the bottom theft each bunch, of
grapes is held by the hand over a sheet
f paper; th four corners of the paper
' .brought up to the stalk and nicely secu
red ; then laid on its side in the box, and
So on till the Erst layer is well finished.
,Then fill the whole over with bran, and
jeive the box a gentle shake as you pro-
ceed. Begin the second layer as the first,
- and so on until the box is completed.
Thus with neat hands the bloom is pre-
served, and may be sent to any distance ;
' but with clumsy hands, quite the contra-
ry, and often an entire failure, as the put
ting in and taking out of the box are the
most important points to be observed. I
'have invariably packed sixty to eighty
v Lunches of grapes, and fifty or sixty doz
T eus of peaches or apricots in one box, and
received letters from persons who said
they had arrived as safe as if they had
teen taken from the trees that morning.
The famous crops of Central Vir-
giaia seem' to be a failure this season.
Great folly To think of build
ing a 'Pacific' Railroad in time of. War!
Southern Illinois, it is stated, will
this year send to market between five and
ten thousand bales of cotton.
The Sultan recently gave the
Prince of Wales a pipe worth $15,000.
Put that in your pipe nd smoke it"
The iron gunboat business is go
ing on bravely. . Four new vessels of the
kind are to be built forthwith; at this
port three, and one at Boston.
The works on the Isthmus of Suez
eore urged on energetically; There are
upwards of twenty-five thousand men at
present employed in cutting the canal.
, . The number of persons in Mas
sachusetfs over hundred years of age, as
shown by the census, was 13. Whites,
9; colored, 4; males, 4; females, 9.
iJ"2fo matter how Ugly you may be
your shadow will stick faithfully to you,
:fof it is 'as "ugly as you are.
. Why ia sheet of postage stamps
' like distant relations ? Because they are
"Jut Blightly conneoted.
It is understood that Gen.Corco-
"ranis to have command of all the Irish,
.and Gen'l Sigel of all the German legi
tnents'taow going into the service.
A New Haven house formerly en
gaged ia business in New Orleans, lately
received from that city a consignment of
f 150,000 in silver, whLc& is now safely
deposited in bank.
Wool is now higher than it has
been for forty-four years. This is owing
to the large demand for army goods, and
to the advanced price of cotton. It will
not fall so low as it has been of late years
and we shall be surprised if the flocks on
our hills are not greatly increased!.
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QIVIL ACTION PETITION FOR DIVORCE.
Wniiam Alfred, PuT, ' I In Common Fleas
. - acuinet of
Margaret Alfred, Defbnd't ) Champaign County, Olito.
The said Manraret Alfred will take notice that the
aid William Alfred did, on the 21st day of April, It-!,
Ble Me petition in tue court ol uomtnon 1'lcas or I 'natn
paira county, Ohio the object and prayer of said pe
tition is, thst the bands of matrimony may be dissol
ved between the said partiee tor the following cause:
oakery and rros neglect of duty ; and that unless
aid defendant ahaU appear, plead, answer or demur to
aaid petluoa according to the rules of said Court, the
sua will be taken pro KHtfmro. The said defendant
la further BOtiaM tunc u depositions of witnseM
will be taken at the office of 11. C. Ccarbeart, tn the
town of Gull ion. county of Crawford.' hio, on the 18th,
19th and Suth days of September, A. D. lfi, between
the hours of 11 o'clock, &.K. and 4 o'clock, p.m. of said
days, and the examination adjourned from day to day,
thereafter, until all is taken.
H. C. CEARHABT, CORWIN A DOUGHTY,
Aug. S6, 1604. Attye for Petitioner.
THE CREDITORS OP JOHN SNAPP, DcD.
On the Slet day of July, A. D. 1802, the Probate Court
of Champaign Co. declared the estate of John Bnapp,
deceased, to be probably insolvent: creditors are there-
tore required to present their claims against ine estate
to the undersigned, for allowance, within six months
from the time above mentioned, or they will not be
entitled to pennant. And all claims acxiust earn es
tate which have been preeerted to, and allowed by.the
former administrators of said estate, and not Sled with
the undersigned, must be so filed within the time above
mentioned. DAVID LOUDKNBACK,
(nl7-6w Adm. U bouU nan of John Snapp, deed. -
TESTATE OF JOHN WOODBOURKE, Dec'd. ..
On the )th September, 18(12,1 will sell at the door
of iJip fonrt House in L'rbana. one undivided sixth
part of the following property, being the interest there
in of the late John woodbourne, and sold by order of
Champaign Common Pleas ror the payment o! oeDts:
One-sixth of two-thirds of the property in L'rbana
Female Collegiate Institute;
On..lTth At in.lnt M In thfl town nf flldnev. tihelhv
county. O.; and of in-lot 18, except a parcel of 6 foot by
83 feet, fronting on Conrt street ;
One-sixth of Wtf of N W, and WJf of 8W. of sec
11, town. north of ranee S. K, in Putnam county. O.;
And SEli of sec. 6, town. 8, N, range , K, except 81
acres, ofl the north end in Wood county.
terms: une-tnira in nana, renaue m one year auu
two years with interest. WM. 8. DALLAS,
nSl-4w Adm'r of John Woodbonrne, dee'd
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NO LADY BEOUZB BE WITHOUT IT.
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Enclose Stamp for descriptive Circular and terms.
. Metropolitan Skein-Yinder,
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HENRY C. SPALDING,
' V ' 48 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORK.
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Nervous or Sick Headache may be prevented ; and if
taken at the commencement of an attack, immediate
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They seldom fall In removing the Nausea and Head
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For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females, and
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Laxative, improving the appetite, giving tone and vig
or to the digestive organs, and restoring their natural
elasticity and strength to the whole system.
. The CEPHALIC FlUIXS are the result of long in
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having been in nse many years, 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 betaken atall 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.
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EENRY C. SPALDING,
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r v; r r ,
Vegetable Pillf. rjer hot. 9r
Green Mountain Ointment, pT box, ' I 2S
SarnapariDn, perlHttlt:, : ; 10
Children's Panacea, prr bottle, ' &
Eye Lotion, per bottie, .25
Fever and Ague Kemcdv, pcrloxT 6U
Health Bitters, per packajri-, . . . . iff
Dysentery yrnp, per bottle, SO
Coneumptive'a Balm, per bnttte, , 0O
Marahaii a Uterine Catbolicon, per bottle, " ISO
Uraefenberg Pile Remedy, pel bsule, , '100
Manual of Health, per copy,
For sale bv the city ornggfets; also by agents in th
principal towns ka Ohio. -
. . Hartford, Trumbull Co., O., March '51. .
piir .A!4ifv tlmt I have been deaiine in the Or
efenbarg Medicines for the past year, and can truly say
tliat 1 have met wim tne.ueuiui lyumnmou
people like these, particularly the pills and cathoiicou.
They will rcdily perform all ami more than is promised
for them. I have sold about fifty bottles of the catao
licou the past eeon, and I her the bet results in ev
ery case. J. II. C. JOHNSON, Medical Agent
Red what Br. Bushnell says of the Graefenbrg
Medicines. Dr. B. is ft physician of extensive practice,
and one of die most successful in the county (Truni
bull) in which he resides.: , , . ' ' ,;
"This certifies that I have used the Graefenbergpilla
and Marshall's Catholicon, sold here, by J. H. C. John
son, in my practice, to my entire satisfaction. They
are good medicines. Dr. G. W . ML Mi-YhLL.
Hartford. Trumbull Co.. O.. March 7, 17.
West Bedford. Coshocton Co.', Maye 14, '57.
Mr. TJ. B. Kinslev, Sin I have been sliing the
medicine of the UraefenberC Company for the last ten
years, and hav. invariably found thtm te give great
satisfaction; and the pills I have sold to a great many
families as reimlar as their tea and coffee, and with my
trade they have become a staple article Marshall s
Ctcrine Catholicon is a medicine that has done a great
amount of good m female diseases. - One lady I sold it
to told nie that she had received more benefit from one
bottle than she did from a long oooree of medical treat
ment by the most skillful pbybiciaus. Yours truly,
Health of American Women.
Female Irregularities, weakness. ' uterine displace
ment, and all local uterine difficulties andconstitution
al troubles of women are entirely cured by the Grael'en
berg Marshall's Uterine Catholicon.
In ttiis connection, Miss Beecher, sister of the Rev.
Henry Ward Beecher, in Letters to the People, page
12fl, says :
I have nine Bisters and sister-in-laws, and fourteen
female cousins, all married, and all uciicate 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 Graefenberg Catholicon
has been used, we must sav that health has rapidlv ta
ken the place of disease, and ladies have become robust,
strong, vigorous, and healthy.
Mrs. Gleason, of Elmira, says : "Beautiful, Indeed, is
the confiding, trusting nature of woman, but how much
does it need te be orotected 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 Graelen
berg companv. '
I am a Methodist clergyman. My heart has fairly
ached to witness the feeble health of woman as I have
traveled my circuit preaching the gospel. I thank God,
however, that I have seen all these diseses give way to
the Graefenberg Morshairs Uterine C'athnhcon, wher
ever it has been used. Rev. PETER SHARP, Ridg
way, Michigan. Formerly of Western Stark, Medina
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J. n. McINTtRE, West Liberty.
F. S. CLASON. BeHefontaine.
A. WOLDEN, Springhills. : -
no 1-1 y.
JpWARD ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA.
A Benevolent Institution established by special En
dowment, for the Relief of the Sick and Diseased, af
fixed with Virulent and Epidemic Diseases, and ee-
. peciaiiy for the Cure of Diseases of the Sexual Or-
' gans. .
given gratis, bv the Acting Surgeon, to all who apply
by letter, with a descrintion ol their condition, (age,
occupation, habits of life, c.,) and in case of extreme
poverty, Medicines furnished free of charge.
on Spermatorrhcpa, and other diseases of the Sexual
urgans, anu on me 1711.0 ummucu m i.t.
Dispensarv, sent to the affected. In sealed envelopes,
free of charge. Two or three Stamps for postage will
Address. DR. J. SKTLLIN HOUGHTON. Acting
Surgeon. Howard Association. No. i South Ninth St.
Philadelphia, Pa. By order of the Directors.
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nl-ly EZRA D. UEARTWELL, - udent.
PHOENIX LOOKING GLASS AND PICTURE
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Established 1838. NEW YORK. Established 1888.
This Establishment has been in successful operation
84 years, and is the Largest of the kind in the United
States. We have on hand or manufacture to order ev
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teeVlog Clss, PUtnre Portrait Frames,
Plain and Ornanmontril Tier, Wall, Oval & Man
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Bracket Tables, with Marble
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To Canada, New Brunswick, Cape Breton, Prince
Edward's Island, Nova Scotia, and New Found-
lnnd, 10 cents oz. when distance is not over
3.000 miles front line of trotting.
Medical. Miscellaneous. Railroads. School Books, &c.
TEW DOOKSTOP.E! ESTABLISHED INlSia
JOSEPH H. HILSY,
THK GREAT WESTERN'
SCHOOL ED OK DEPOT,
AND STATIONER'S WAREHOUSH,
Bl.uk Book Manufactory.
J O 33 I It IITTIIV Gi-.
BTXTjTNG OFEDITIOK8 OF BOOKS.
PUBLIC AND PRIVATE LIBRARIES REBOtJUD,
Law Book and Medical Books.
I' Blank Book anH St;nsssv : . -
Special attention to orders for
... DOCKETS AND EECORE9,
' . . . AND STATIONXST, Ac tfl
County Officers, Btaken, ice.
THE OHIO STANDARD
SERIES OF SCHOOL BOOKS
GOODRICH'S READERS SIX BOOKS.
GREENLEAF'S ARITHMETICS FOUR BOOS
TOWER & TWEED'S GRAMMARS THBSS
CORNELL'S GEOGRAPHIES FTVE BOOKS.
TOWN'S SPELLER AND TOWN'S ANALYSIS.
PATSON & DENTON'S COPT BOOKS AND
BOOK-KEEPING, ETC. '
- Importer of, and Wholesale and Retatf
WALLPAPERS BO SB EES
OFFEBCTQ A S10CK Of (
X70.000 PIBOUBi i
Medical. Miscellaneous. Railroads. School Books, &c. Family Medicines.
lJOFFAT'S "' ' ....-.--
Life Pills and Phoenix Biiters. '
These Medicines have now been before the pablle-for
the last THIHTY YEARS, and daring that time have
maintained a high character in almost every part of th
Globe, for their extraordinary and immediate power a
restoring perfect health to persons suffering under near
ly everv kind of disease to which the human frame is 11
aole The following- are amonc the distr engine varitT
of human diseases Tn which the
Vegetable Life Medicine
are well known to be infallible.
DYSPEPSL, by thoronglily cleansing the first and
seccmd stomachs and creating a flow of pure, healthy
bile, instead of tae stale and acrid kind : r'LATVLEN-
CY. Loss of Appetite, Heartburn, Headache, Beetiess
ness. Ill-temper, Anxiety, Languor and Melancholy,
which arc the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will vaa
ish, as a natural consequence of its cure.
COST1 VEXES S. by cleansing the whole length of the
intcstinnewita a solvent process, and witbont violencef
ail violent purges leave tiie bowels costive in two davs.
FEVERS of ail kinds, by restoring ifae the blood to a
regular circulation, through the process of reapiratioa
in such cases, and the thorough aoiutiou of ail iniesti
nal obstruction in others.
The Lite Mbmctves have been known to cure RH
EUMATISM permanently in three weeki, and GOUT
in half that time, by removing local inflammation Irons
the muscles and lieaments of the joints.
DROPSIES of all kinds, by freeing and itrengthsn
hig the kidneys and bladder; they operate moat deli't
fully on these important organs, and hence have ever
been found a certain remedy for the very worst eaaea of
Also WORMS, by dislodging from the turnings of the
bowels the slimy matter to which these creatures ad
here. - - '
SCURVY, TJLCEP.S and INVETERATE SORES, by
the perfect purity which these Lira Msdkujim give Im
the blood, and all the humors. -
SCORBUTIC EHUPTIOXS and Bad Complexions
by their alterative effect upon the finiUs that feed the
the skin, and the morbid state of which occasions al
eruptive complaints, sallow, cloudy, and other disagre
abie complexions. .
The use of these Pills for a verv short time willeflee
an cutire cure of SALT KHEUM, aud a striking im
provement in the clearness of the skin. COMilOU
COLDS and C'FLU ENZA wili always be cared bv on
dose, or by two in the worst cases. "
PILES. The original proprietor of these Medicines
was cured of Piles, of 'do years standing, by the use of
the Lips Medicines alone.
FEVER A-n AHUE. For this seonrye of the West
ern Country these Medicines U1 be found a safe, speed
y and certain remedy. Other medicines leave the sya-t-jtn
subject to a return of tiie disease a cure by these
Medicines is permanent TRY THEM, EE SATL-FI-ED.
AMI Hi (TKl:i.
HILtors r'SVEKS iin LIVER COMPLAINTS.
General Debility. Loss of Appetite, and Diseases of Fe
malesthe Medicines have been used with the mot
leneficial resuirs in CHsrs of this description: Kings
Evil, and Scrofula in its worst forms, yield to the mild
, yet powerful action of these remarkable Medicines.
Night Sweats. Nervous Debilitv, Nervous Complaints,
of all kimrs. Palpitation of the Heart, Painter's Chulic,
are srwedlly cored. -
XERCTRIAL DISEASES'. Persops whose consti
tutions have become impaired by the injudicious use of
Mercury, will find these Medicines a perfect cure.as they
never fail to eradicate from the system, all the effects
of Mercury, intinitely sooner than the most powerful
preparations at Sarbaparilla.
Prepared and sold by' f . B. MOFFAT,
SC5 BaOAnwiT, Nbw-Yokx.
nl FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS.
'HE HEROES OF PEACE, ASDTHB
HEROES OF WAR.
B. ANTHONY, NO. 801 BROADWAY, N. YORK,
Is now publishing, in addition to other portraits, the
celebrated collection known in Europe and America as
Brandy's KstlonaJ Photograph! Portraits CaHery,
In which Is included the Portraits of nearly all th
Prominent men of Americas,
not excepting Jeff. Davis, Beauregard; Floyd, and a
host of other confederates. Price of Portraits, $3,06
per dozen. Can be sent by mall.
Bcenss of the War fox fho Union
Are published, card size, and in sierescoplc ton.;
tereoacrrplc Tlews of Scenes in Paris, L6ndon, and
in other parts of England and France; in Scot
... - land. Ireland, -Wales. Switzerland, Hoi-
land, Spain, on the- Rhine; in
Egypt. Athens, fa
0or Instautaiieoas Stereoscopic View,
The Greatest 'Wonder f the Agtt -
These are taken In the fortieth part of a seectfrl. arid
the rushing of water, moving of leaves, or the march
of an army, does not in the slightest decree, affect th
taking of the views. They are sold for 3,00 per dos
We have also 011 hand and manufacture toe large
assortment of Stereoscopes. Photographic Albums aud
Photographic Materials in the United States, and per
haps in the world.
Catalogues, containing lists of all our Portraits,
View, Stereoscopes, dec, sent free by mail oa re
ceipt of a stamp.
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Near St. Nicholas Hotel, New York.
JTARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
- ' Tsmn,
One Copv for One vear, M
Two Copies" 5 M
Three or more copies, one year, each .... 00
And an extra copy, sbatis, for every Club of tea sat)
Harper's Weekly and Harper' Magsaifl, together
one year, 4 00. -
The Postage rrpon Harper's Kagaaine must bjpaJ4
at the office whort U it rtctived. The Foatog is TfiW
ty nl cents a JARPEK A BROTHERS. Pnbs.
Frankiin Square, N. Y.
JHE NEW YORK LEADER,
A LIVE, LOCAL PAPER, CrVOTETJ TO TOWW TOPIC AXB
HATTERS OP GENERAL IMTEREST,
Sketches of Well Known People on Broadway. Th
Old Spot t .of Sew. York; - Oreeu-Rooin Sketches.
Driftlngs Around Town.
And a host of other Interesting Matter will he toast
Office 113 Nassau street.
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