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The farm and Garden.
In the northern sectioras of our coun
try, in consequence of the short spring
tiro?, for preparing the land for our grain
crops, it is a matter of much conseqnecce
that everything should be done ia the
fall that can serve to lessen spring work,
uch as plowing green-sward, corn, and
ether stubble-grounds, intended to be
own with grain and grass eeeds the suc
ceeding spring. From the last of Octo
ber to the middle or latter part of No
Tember is a good time for plowing land,
preparatory to sowing or planting in the
following spring. Upon some accounts
this late plowing may possess some ad
vantages over that of August or Septem
ber plowing ; the weather is cooler, and
nsually the farmer is less hurried with
ether labors of the farm. Bat it is the
opinion of some of our best farmers, that
inverted sod-land, turned over early in
September, will produce better crops of
corn, oats, &en than the saaie land would
if plowed late as the middle of Novem
ber. Direct experiments have proven
the corectcess of the opinion in favor of
early plowing. The reasons for this
seem quite obvious. The vegetable mat
ters of the green-sward, turned over in
the warmer weather of August and Sep
tember, will soon after begin to beat and
decompose j gases of various kinds will
be evolved and absorbed by the soil, if of
a loamy or clayey nature, and they will
mostly be retained for the use of the suc
ceeding crops. Portions of the potash,
lime, and other mineral ingredients of
the soil will be liberated by the action ol
"the carbonic acid, ammonia, io., formed
daring the decomposition of the vegeta
ble matters plowed in : but no such fer
mentation will be likely to occur in the
soil of the November plowed land, and,
the rains and snows of winter will so
compress the inverted soil that the de
composition of buried vegetable matters
will be much less perfect the following
season. Heat, air, and moisture, are all
requisite for the decomposition of vege
table and animal matters. The early
plowed lands have all these requisites,
while the late plowed are mostly depriv
ed of these necessary conditions. . How'
ever, all farmers cannot do as they would
like in these matters. Some must nec
' essarily delay plowing till late J others
may have doubts in reference to the cor
rectness of our views. To such, we would
simply suggest an experiment in early
and late plowing of a field of green-sward.
Farmers differ widely in their views in
regard to plowing, beside those of early
and late plowing, viz : as to the proper
depth to which the plow should be gaug
ed, as also in the width of the furrow
slice, and whether it should be complete
ly inverted or left at an angle of 45
that is, lap-furrowed. All these matters,
in a measure depend upon certain con
tingencies, and admit of considerable
variation ; therefore, farmers should ex
periment, and investigate for themselves,
and not trust too much upon what this
or that man may say or write. The
plowing of corn and grain stubble in
autumn, for a succeeding crop of oats or
other grain the following spring, has
been recently practiced here to some ex
tent It saves time in the hurry of
spring work, as the ground is readily
prepared by the cultivator and harrow
for the reception of the seed. The crops
are thought to be equally good, if not
better, than if the ground had been
spring-plowed, and generally the seed
can be sown earlier. For oats and bar
ley, early sowing generally proves the
most profit ible.
As soon as the foliage has dropped
transplant ornamental, shade or fruit
tress. There will be a saving of one
year's growth between those planted now
and those in the spring. In taking up
trees great care should be taken not to
mutilate ther roots, for every fiber of the
root lost the growth of the tree will be
retarded so much and its life endanger
ed. Whenever it is absolutely necessa
ry to part with any of the roots take off
the top in proportion. Let the holes be
larger than the roots and never bend or
cramp a root into a 6mall hole. Where
the root, is mutilated make a clean cut
with a sharp inife, and new rootlets will
show themselves pushing out between the
bark and wood. If the soil is poor fill
in the holes with rich earth from the
swamps or woods. But in no case use
stable manure in planting out trees in
this climate. Top-dress the ground
among yonr trees with leached ashes,
lime or any decomposing vegetable mat
ter. If rabbits are troublesome in bark
ing your fruit trees, apply soft country
soap to the trunks two or three times in
A Make Shift. A friend of ours,
who is traveling through, the New Eng
land States, having left an article belong
ing to his wardrobe at a hotel where he
had stopped one night, wrote to the
chambermaid to forward it to him by
express, and received the following ans
wer: " Hoping, dear sir, you'll not feel hurt,
I'll frankly tell tod all about it
Xve made a shift of your old $hirt,
And yon most make a shift without it"
JIev. Dr. Breckinridge, who has
been all his life opposed to the Demo
cratic party, some time ago said : " The
paramount triumph of the Democratie
party in 1S6-4 is the best result I see to
be possible for the country."
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y .family MirfofS. -'
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HOME TESTIMONY, !
Ilartiord, Trumbull Co., O., March T, 'ST.
1 hereby certify that I have been dealing in the Ora
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oeonle l'ke these, particularly the pills and cailwlicoo.
Ther will redily perform all and more than In promised
for them. I have soid about fifty bottles of the catho
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Read what Dr. Bushnell say of the Oraefenbarg
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and one of the most successful in the county tTrum
hull in rWh hf. rptri,.
'Thi certifies that I have used the Greefenbergpills
and Marshalls Catholicon, soUJ here. cyJ.ii. winn
son, in my practice, to my entire satisfaction. They
are goon nieauiues. IJl - r. . . i.v
Hartford, Trumbull Co.. O.. March 7. 1M67.
W.Bt Bedford. Coshocton Co.. Mave 14. '57.
Mr. H. B. Kinsley, Sir I have been slling the
medicine of the Oraefenbere Company for the last ten
years, and hav invariably found them to pive great
satisfaction; and the pills I have sold to a great many
families as regular as their tea and coffee, and with my
trade thev have become a staple article. Marshall
Uterine Ontholicon is a medicine that has done a (Treat
amount of good 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 ot meuicai treat
ment by the most skillful physicians. Yours trulv.
' JAMES WILSON.
Health of Amerleaa Women.
Fpmxle Irresnilaritiee. weakness, uterine displace
ment, and all local uterine difficulties and cont-titution-al
troubles of women are entirely cured by the Graefen-
berg Marshall s "uterine catholicon.
Tn thia connection. Miss Bcecher. sitcr of the Rev.
necry Ward Bcecher, in Letters to the People, page
vs says : , .
"I have nine sisters and sietcr-in-laws, and rourtcen
female cousins, all married, and all delicate and ailing.
Amid the immense circle of my friends and acquain
tances, I cannot recall ten married ladies born in
this century and country, who are perfectly healthy."
In cases, however, where thetiracfenbergCatholicon
has been used, we must say mat uwumi uo miuuij ta
ken the place of disease, and ladies have become robust,
atrnnar vitrnrnilH. and healthv.
Mrs. Gleason. of Elmira, says: "Beautiful.indeed.ii
the confiding, trusting nature of woman, but how much
does it need to be nrotected by a watchfulness that wiil
land her In time of disease to anneal to a medical advi
sor of scientific education, moral worth and purity of
All these may be secured by addressing the Graeien-
I am a Methodist clenryman. My heart has falrlj
ached to witness the feeble health of woman as I have
traveled mv circuit nreachin? thezosDcl. I thank God,
however, that I have seen all these diseses give way to
the Graefen berg Mershall s Lterine Cattiaiicon, wher
ever it has been used. Rev. PETER SHARP. Ridf-
way, Michigan. Formerly of Western Stark, Jledius
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QIVIL ACTION PETITION FOR DIVORCE.
Wiliiam Alfred, Piff, . 1 Iu Common Pleas ;
utinrt f ot ,
Maryaret Alfred, Dcfend't ) Champaign County. Ohk.
The Mid Manmret Alfred will take notice that the
said William Allred did, on the Sift day of April. If.
Ale his petition iu the Court of Common Ilea of Cham
paign vosnty. Otiiw the object and prayer of said pe
tition ie, Uivt the b46 of matriraouy may be disaol
vel htwewi the said parties lor the lollowing causes:
.ir.i... ...a ....u.-t t,f dntv: and that unless
aid defendant su.Jl appear, plead, answer or demur to
said peUtion accoriiii; to the rules of said Court, the
same will be taken pro conttm. The said defendant
is further mitiried that the depositions of wituesees
will be taken at the office of 11 C. Cearheart, in toe
town of Oulliou, countv of CraH-ford,Ohio. on the 16th,
ih nd th dura iif Remember. A. D. lHfti between
the hours of 11 o" clis.it, a. a. and 4 o'clock, p.a. of said
days, and the exiuuiuatton adjonrned rrom aay to day,
thereafter, until all is taken.
M. O. CKARUART, CORWIN &. DOUGHTY,'
Aug. m, 186A Attys for Petitioner. ;
'0 THE CREDITORS OF JOHN SNAPP, Dxc'o.
On the 91st day of July. A. D. ISM, the Probate Court
of Charopaitra co. declared the estate of John Snapp,
decrued to heiMDbablv insolvent: creditors are there
fore required to present their claims aesinet 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 against eaid es
tate which have been preserted to, and allowed by. the
former administrators of said estate, and not aied with
the undersigned, must be so tiled within the time above
mentioneu. umiu lAi vA.ioaLa,
nl7-6w Adnt. U bonu rtoa of John Snapp, deed.
ESTATE OF JOHN WOODBOURNE, Dec'd.
On the SOth September. ISfil. I will sell at the door
of the Court House in Frbana. one undivided Bixth
nr ,., f..u,.,-iTr nrrtnort.v heinv the interest there
in of the late John w'oodbonme, and sold by order of
Champaign Common Pleas for the payment of debts.
One-sixth of two-thirds of the property in Urbana
Female t ollegtate Institute:
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nirtl,. tw,rrh t in WiMtd countv.
Tinss: One-third in hand, rendue in one year and
two years with interest. .. liAia.Aa,
uil-lw Adm'r of John Wocdbourne, dec d
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