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CITY AND COUNTY.
The question has been asked, whether
the Urbana L if ion will be a permanent
paper. We answer that it is no tempor
ary thing ; it is meant to be permanent.
It mates no debts, but pays as it goes.
Those who wish to be subscribers must
pay in advance else they cannot be sub
scribers. Customers for job work must
pay on delivery, or they cannot be cus
tomcrs. The publisher wishes to be ex
plicit the Urbana Union will do its
duty, and will keep good ita word.
IVr dim in mi Porsn. At the Meeting
last night we heard a pig grunt two or three
times in U10 rear of the crowd.
Brother Tike, of the Ilillsboro Gazette, has
recently been bereaved of two children a
married daughter and a son in the army. VTe
extend our deepest sympathies to Mr. Tike in
Tiik rebels brag loudly over their General.
Lee, and it is known that Gen. Scott consid
ers him to be their ablest strategist, but Soott
also save that Halleck is his superior. The
final result will show.
Ge. Sicel has issued an order, requiring all
absentees whose furloughs have expired, and
all convalescents who are able, to join their
regiments immediately, on pain of being treat
ed as deserters.
Ve understand the reason a certain val
iant voung gentleman does not volunteer
is not that he is unwillin; or afraid to go hut
that " his coat tail is too near the ground to
come vp to the Government standard.
A fire occurred at the Lagonda Agricultu
ral Yorks) Springfield, on the eight of Aug.
2, by which the building used as an engine
hou.se by 'Warder & Child was entirely de
stroyed. Lois about $1,500; coveted by in
surance. The Camp Meeting 011 the Arrowsmith
farm will be held next week, commencing
Friday, 15th. This is the day upon which
drafting for three-years' commence unless
the quotas are furtiUhed. There will be plen
ty of camp meetings throughout the country
'instituted" on that day.
The circus i comiu' and the boys will soon
realize the witticisms of Dan Rice, and wit
ness the feats of the men performers as well
as the fceis of the women performers. The
day of the show will be a most favorablo op
portunity to obtain recruits, and we trust our
recruiting officers will be "around" with a
Clark Copstt Democrat. We received
last week the first number of this new journal,
published at Springfield, by Charles M. Gould,
Esq. It is neatly gotten up ; and commends
itself to the people ol Clarke by a large amount
of well-selected matter and a hearty advoca
cy of the War. We with Bro. G. every suc
cess iu his enterprise.
I.kt Champaign county not be behind the
others of the district iu furnishing its quota of
men for the 95th. They are working with a
will and eoliating rapidly in Franklin and
Madison counties. The war is to be an earn
est one now let us be in earnest in furnish
ing the necessaries for carrying it on men
Let all the people think now. Let them all
contemplate bravely the emergency of the
hour. The material want is more troops.
They must he had. The people should not
wrangle over past blunders or dispute about
the responsibility for past mistakes. No man
has a riht to sow distrust. No man is a ju
dicious friend to his country who does not
hush all complaints which may weaken public
We understand the colored people in Town
have appointed a committee whose duty it is
to piiiiUh summarily any one of their number
who makes himself insolent and offensive and
to compel him to leave town. We are glad
of this. The safety of the orderly may be
itnperriled by a few of these insolent fellows,
and it becomes them to see that the whites
have no occasion to punish such insolence.
The following telegram in to-day's paper,
like the old lady's butter, speaks for itself.
The Sixty-Sixth is under Gen. Tyler:
Litti.i WAsnisGTos, Va., Aug. 1. The
troops to-day hailed with the greatest joy the
arrival of Gen. Tyler's veteran brigade of
Western troops, who performed such heroic
acts at the first battle of Winchester.
It is stated that Gen. Pope's recent orders
have fluttered the traitors considerably. Near
ly every man in the Warrenton region has
sworn fealty to the Southern humbug. Rath
er than revoke their swear, they prefer to go
South with their Lares and Penates. There
will be no tears shed, unless by covert trait
ors, at their expatriation. Thirty of the load
ing Rebels of Fredericksburg have gone to
Richmond with their families, and others are
preparing to follow.
J. R. Cori.TER is actively engaged in re-
cruitiii'r for the 95th. Mr. Coulter enlists not
as an officer in which branch of the service
their is no lack of volunteers but as a private
and is using all efforts to induce others to fol
low his example. We understand he is act
ing with Lieut M. L. Stansbury who has al
ready sworn into the Fervice over 30. We
predict for tlicra the position of company A.
Let all who can go, go now I This is the
time of our country's jsorest need.
Thkrk have been several excitable occur
rences during the past week or so occasion-id
by feeling against suppose secession sympa
thizers. These eases, we suppose, generally
arise from misunderstanding ; we can scarcely
believe that any man in Champaign is a se
cessionist at heart On all occasions and at all
times such a charge against a man deserves a
full investigation as to its truthfulness before
you " go lor" him. But
If any man tells you he is m favor of seces
sion and the Southern Gonelelleracy knock
him down on the spot t
It is expected that the Treasury notes of
small denominations, ones, twos, and threes,
will be ready on or bclore the 10th of August.
They will be issued as fust as possible.
BY WM. P. BRANNAN.
Rally, boys ! rally I yojjr hearths are iu dan
ger Ilcar the wild wailing of sweetheart and
Homes are-destroyed by the bandit and ranger-Loved
ones are shrieking for honor and
Cut-throat marauders are nearing our bor
ders, Deep-dyed in crimes it were horrid to
Hark I your Commander is shouting his or
ders " Death to all dastards of infamous fame !"
Fause not to make sad adieus to a mother ;
Linger not long for a lover's last kiss
OA"! in defence of wife, sister or brother
Brief be your vengeance and lasting your
Shoulder your rifle and rush on to battle,
Strike for the banner your forefathers gave ;
Fall if you must where the cannon's loud
Echoes in thunder-tones over the brave.
Strike, as those heroes long famous in story ;
Gird up your loins like the giants of old ;
Battle for honor and virtue and glory
Reap your reward when your story is told !
Fight like your sites in the great revolution
Win back the freedom that gained us a
Crush out rebellion and all its pollution
Nations will honor your valor and fame.
Cincissati, O., July 28th, 18G2.
Mayor Patrick. It was made an object
ion, we understand, to the re-election of Judge
Patrick that he had squandered the people's
money by setting out trees on the road to the
Cemetery. If all the money which finds its
way out of the Treasury was as well spent as
this, the terra County Leech would less fre
quently appear in the columns of the Union.
The venerable Mayor will doubtless pass
for the last time over this road before these
willows acquire their lull perfection,but for long
years to come thej will be an ornament to
the town and will cast their coohng, grateful
shade upon sad processions following all that is
mortal of the loving and beloved. Let no false
economy or political leuds interfere with the
adorning of the Cemetry untilitshall become at
least a faint emblem of the gardens and para
dises where those shall dwell who live wor
thily here after the solemn " dust unto dust"
shall be said over their bodies as they are rev
erently lowered to their last resting place in
that beautiful and quiet spot
Phenomena. Just as we were about to give
Monday evening's phenomena a " notice," we
find the following in to-day's (Wednesday)
About 11 o'clock last night a bright belt of
light of uniform width, suddenly scanned the
heavens from horizon to horizon. The direc
tion of the lice was from a little north of west
to a little south of east It had not a perma
nent position, but moved slowly southward.
Its duration was not over twenty minutes.
Large crowds collected on the streets to wit
ness it, and many were the conjectures con
cerning the events it portented. Certaiu it is
that the telegraph was then telling to thous
ands the call for 300.000 drafted men.
During its continuance there was a most
sublime exhibition of the aurora borealis in the
northern celestial hemisphere. It was, indeed,
beautiful to see. Flash after flash lit up the
midnight sky foreshadowing the spontan
eous uprising of the Northern hosts to the call
of theGovemment, and completely obscurring
the dim Southern comet. What ol the night ?
Sad Istelligksce. Our worthy citizen, J.
H. Tatrick. received the following dispatch
" Steven-SOS, Ala., Aug. 4.
"Your son William was killed yesterday.
Bring a mctalic coffin, and come for the re
mains to Woodville, Ala.
Lieut. A. M. Hefki.ebowf.r,
The deceased waa.an Orderly Sergeant in
the 3d Ohio Cavalry. It is supposed that he j
..1.... i.:r. ...:., it t:.. - 1
was snob nunc out uuuii.
j'oung man of fine address aud business quali
fications, beloved by his relatives and com
panions, and esteemed by all who kuew him.
His death will cause a gloom of sadness on the
hearts of all.
Mr. W. W. Helmick started yesterday for
the remains, which may be expected here
Tni Irish Heart. The Dundalk (Ireland)
Democrat says: "The American Union is the
best friend of Ireland in the world. We beg
to tell the Irish in America that the people of
Ireland are nearly to a man with the cause of
the Union and against the wicked rebellion.
They do not forget the good deeds of the Re
public in their day of distress, and they hearti
ly wish success to the Stars and Stripes, and
a speedy defeat to that audacious faction who
have revolted against the freest Government
mankind has ever witnessed."
All this is true ; and the best fighting brig
ade in the Union army is Thomas Francis
Meagher's Irish Brigade. The Irish are not
only to a man in favor of the cause of the
Union but they are fighting for it All honor
The Ducking Stool.
Tnis was an instrument intended for the
punishmentof public scolds. The culprit was
fastened to the end ot a long board which was
suspended over the water, the land end being
balanced by the officers of the law, after the
similitude of a see-saw. When the time was
np the water end was gradually lowered un
til the scold was submerged and then gradu
ally raised ; and this process was continued
until the law was vindicated and the tenni
gant quieted. If this had not fallen into dis
use with many excellent institutions of the
fathers, wo should see the rotund and ruddy
" seizzors" of tho County Leech paper sus
pended on the water end of such an instru
ment over Hunter's pond and undergoing this
process, which would, doubtless, be to his out
ward and inward cleansing.
Ges. Bcrnside being in New York, lately,
and having business at the Bank of Commerce,
was identified by tho busy throng in that lo- j
calit v who cave him three enthusiastic cheers, j
called for a speech, got one, then gave three
more'rapturous cheers for the Fighting Gen
eral ; and on went business again. The bur
den of thi General's speech w as, " Fill up the
The Military Coumittke, under direction
of the authorities, have determined to appeal
to the patriotism of every loyal man in the.
county tor aid. If men cannot by reason, of
age, or the multiplicity of bii.-ines affairs, go j
to fight hi battle, they will be expected to!
contribute to the support of those who do go.
One most important part of the business is
to raise by subscription at least $15,000. This
bind to be lodged with the Military Commit
tee, and to be paid by them o rata to sol
diers when mustered into the service, or to
their families upon their order. And it is de
sired that this shall be for the common bene
fit of the recruits for the 95th, 45th and 6Gth
The apportionment, based on numbers and
wealth, &c, will be about as follows, in Town
Urbana, - - - -
: - - 1.200
. - 800
- - - 650
- . - 750
Mad River, - - - -Jackson,
- - - -Johnson,
- - -Harrison,
- - -Salcn,
Wayne, - - - -
Goshen, - - - - -Union,
- - - - -
The Township Military Committee are ear
nestly requested to organize at once and pro
ceed to canvass for subscriptions. The lists
should be handed in against the 10th of Aug
ust if possible. When received the list of
contributions will be published in both papers
in Urbana; so that our soldiers and others at
a distance may know how many friends re
main behind them willing to extend aid.
From the Sixty-Sixth Regiment.
We are permitted to make the following
extracts from a private letter received by a
gentleman of Union Tp. Ed. Unios.
WARRENTON, Va., July 29, 1862.
Mr. n. ; esteemed friend : I have taken
up my pen to let you know where and how I
Our regiment left Camp Wade last Friday
night and came to this place, arriving here on
Friday night We came on the cam, distance
57 miles. We are under marching orders to
be ready to march at any moment Our Quar
termaster is now drawing teams or rather
mules. They have to be broke as they have
never been driven. It is fun to see the men
working them ; they are all at it now.
Gen. John Pope and Staff have just arrived
by special train. He will make this his head
quarters for the present. This place is also
his depot for supplies. It is a pretty " secesh"
town of about 700 inhabitants, when the peo
ple are all at home, which is not the case at
present, as all the available men are off in the
I accidentally met John Pugh's mother-in-law.
She told me Pugh was a Lieutenant in
an artillery company raised in this place, and
that he was now at Richmond. She said there
were no Uuion people about here.
Some of the people want guards placed
over their Jprojverty, but No ! such U not
Pope's " style." Guarding rebel property is
" played out," to use an army phrase, and the
soldiers ate glad of it Your friend,
E. R. PRICE.
Ox August l.Mrs. Oella S. Wright, wife of
non. F. M. Wright, in the 41st year of her
age. Though in a critical condition for several
months, she had for several days been re
garded as improving, and the change for the
worse was only a few hours before her death.
She was a sister of Secretary Stanton and of
the wile of Assistant Secretary Wolcott
Mrs. Wright has had trials in life that few are
called to endure, and it must be a great com
fort to her numerous friends that her last years
were so very happy.
Toe Issue or Postage Stamps. The Com
missioner of Internal Revenue, Mr. Boatwell,
with the approval of the Secretary of the
Treasury, in order that the act of Congress of
the 17th of July, inst., may be carried into ef
fect more speedily, to-day submitted the fol
lowing proposition for the consideration of the
Postmaster General, who has considered aud
adopted them, namely:
First, that the Postoffiee Department fur
nish the Treasury Department with such pos
tage stamps as may be needed for currency,
that department paying to the Postoffiee De
partment the net cost thereof.
Second, that the arrangement shall cease at
the option of either party, or when the Treas
ury Department is prepared to issue its own
6tamps as currency.
Third, the stamps to be so prepared that
they can be distinguished easily from the or
dinary postage stamps.
Fourth, the stamps to be redeemed by the
Treasury Department, as contemplated by the
act of July 17, 18C2.
Filth, such stamps to be received by the
Postoffiee Department for postage, and to be
at all times exchangeable for ordinary postage
Arrangements will be immediately made to
carry the above propositions into effect
Wheat is worth SI a bushel at Sandusky.
Freight from Urbana to Sandusky 9 cents a
The Preparatory School
FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
Will be opened on the
First 'Wednesday In September,
and continue three terms of fonrteen weeks each. Ths
Bojs Aparliueut under the charge of
Mr, Chavlera Hardon ;
the Girls nndcr the care of
Mr. T. 1?. McXeraar.
The Term Dues will be Five Dollars. Bevcn Dollars,
and Ten Dollars, according to the grade.
Chacnciy Gilks, 1
M. (4. Wn.T.tAMi, V Committee.
JoUN H. JAMK9, )
LOST. A pair of gold rimmed Spectacles, with sej
mtnt glasses for near and far piht. The bow be
tween the glasses was partly nlltd with a piece of ce
dar. The ulaBaes were in a red Morocco case. Any
oue flndinir them will please return them to me.
Ang. a, Bl9-f. JOHN H. JAMES.
IENT. I have lent and forsot to whom. Ranlett's
j Arefeitoctnre; 3 vols., blue morocco back, contain
ing plnnp. fcpeeiftcjUion and designs for bnildmg. The
prr-on havine it will please reurn it.
Au3. a. ni'J tf. JOHN H. JAUES.
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DAN" II ICE'S
WiU be in
USBAXTA, SATTOSAY, ATJO. ft.
When the subjoined Novel, WondwAil and Pleasing
Features will be offered :
THE BLIND HORSE, EXCELSIOR, Jr.
MADAM'LLB ROSA EEIGRIST1
The Beautiful young Princess of the Corde Tendae,
ATJGrTJSTE SEIGRIST !
The wonderful Eqnestrian Gymnast as Atlas
Infant Blondin, The Baby Tight Bope
CHA.S. REED, The Successful Impersonator
Of the "Mysterious Lady,1 Ella Zoyara, will execute
the Dashing Firuuetle Act.
THE GAMES OFTlIECl'RRICt'LOI!
Will constitute on of the moot interesting " Features
ol the G. b.'' bringing forward the who!
Aero Utile Force.
DAN KICE'S PETS.
The Monkeys, Ponies, Goat, and the famous dancing
F. n. Rosston, the Champion Sli-Horse Elder !
I'Echelle Perillense. la Trapazc, la Perche Equipoise!
by Atesars. Seigrist, Trewaller, and William Voang.
Master Fred Barclay,
In his Challenge IIckdli Act.
Dan Rice's Dream of Chivalry I
OB, THE FIELDS OF THE GOLDEN CLOTH,
One of the most beautiful spectacles ever presented.
Will appear in the Circle evary time, and will caaseto
be brought forward
TUB COMXO BXYTXaXISSt
lf Almon Mentor's Silver Comet Band has been
Scalk Or Prices. Box, 45 cents ; Reserved seats,
50 cents ; Children under 10 years old to reserved seals,
The performance will commence at 2 and 7, f.k.
B Seats for everybody.
Dr. R. P. Jones, I ( Jos. E. Warner,
Manager of Publications, f General Agent.
RECRUITS WANTED FOR THK 96th REGIMENT.
COL. M'XllaLEX, LT.-COL. ABMeTRONJ.
Fifty Dollars BcmntjM
Men ! who wish to perye their Conn try in the War for
the Country can obtain the above sum by calling on
Lieut. M. L. Stauebnry. Prove your patriotietn by en
listing at once ; don't delay and be drafted ! 'i'lie ittih
will be a crack Kcgiuient in every respect. Fall in
lively, boy. nl8
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WE have just received a UUtGE STOCK of
tin n I mi m mi tiii rii l'liinii fii
ii u milium
Also, a full assoiita)cnt of
ALL, KINDS OF GOODS
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
which will be sold.
Either ITIade I'p, or By the Yard,
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH
Oar Stock of the above goods will be found
BEST FABRICS TO BE FOUXD K
GRIFFITH ELLIS 4 CO.
INSTATE OF JOHN W. TAYLOJL
Th nndersisrned has been appointed administratrix
of the Estate of John W. Tavfor, late of Champaign
County, dee'd. FRANCES C. TAYLOR.
Jane Wth, ISGX-Sw. Adm'JC of J. W. Taylor deed.
gSTATK OF ISAIAH FUSON, DECD.
Notice if hereby even, that the enbtcriber has hcen
appointed and qualified ai Administrator of the entate
of Isaiah Fnson, late of Champaum Countr. dee'd.
June 11, lHfci-3w. GEOROE' Ft' SON.
Y OTIC E P ETITION TO OBTAIN OH
Wm. J. Mr Alexander, Adrainie-- Probate Court of
t rat or of Isaac J. Yutslerdec'd Champaitm County,
T(. Ohio. Petition to
Michael YutIer & othem J jH land.
To Jacob Yntsler, Casper Yntsler?, Benjamin Yute
lor, Jasper Yutsler and Marv Jane YuMen You arc
hereby informed, that on the 8th day of May. 18t2, said
Administrator filed hie petition iu the Probate Court
of Champaim County, Ohio, the object and prayer of
which petition h to obtain an order. tc., on the 26th
day of Juuc, ISlii, for the sale of the following real op
iate (of which the uaid IVaac J. Yutuler died seized.,
or so much aa may be necessary to pay the debt of
taid decedent to-wit: Mtuated iu said county and
State, being lot No 3, as aiirned toTaac J. YuMer
aud as shown by the plat of part itiou filed in the Com
of Common Pleaa ol taid County, in the cane of Wit.
Sumners arainet, Michael YuUlcr and othern, bei;iu
intr in tho North line of the north -ea4 quarter of Sec
tion 16, Township three. ranje Vi, 67 9fM0U poles West
of the north-east corner of aid quarter at a stone N.
W, corner to lot. No 4, as shown by said plat, thence
North 8S, Went 45 75-100 poles to a stone ; thence
South IV; West 90 HtMtJO poles to Htone in the North
line of lot No 1 ; thence with said line South H8,i' East
45 75-100 pole to a stone S. W, comer of lot No 3 :
thence with the west line of lot No 2, North IV Ewt
90 80-100 poles to the beginning, containing 26 acre of
land. Wm. J. McALEXANOFH. Adinr.,
May 14 1862, n7-4w. of Iaaac J. Yntbler deed.
SOMETHING NEW. HIOHLY IMPORTANT TO
Patent Hemmer and Shield
FOH HAUD SEWING.
Is " J ust the Thing" for all who nee the needle. This
Esmarkably Simple and Novol Invention
Save ove-balf the labor of hand-sewinjr. a it COM
PLKT ELY PROTECTS THE FINGER FltOM the
POINT UF THK NEEDLE, and makw a. neat and u
nitorm hem white the operator is tewiit
KO LADT SHOULD SS WITHOUT IT.
It is cheap, simple, beanf llhl and useful. 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 rcat merit. It is used for the purpose
wimnnp s-kciub oi i urcaa. mik, cotton, i am, r us.
Worsted. fcc. It is readily adjusted to the work ta
Me, and will be found iudisiwnsible to all using the
above artieles, hetivj a uacful aud invaluable j'Pu
dj;c to the Sewing Bird.
VrUe $0,W ti $1 affording to styfc sd finish
tsMno lJer Month
can be caIlv realized by an Kntcrprisiiijj Am
(wanted in crv town and county thnmfanut the l -nitcd
States and Canada.) sellinir the above article, as
ejiler are rapid, profits lare, and has uo Competitoj.
A liberal dUcouut made to the tiade.
Address A, H. DOWNER,
442 Broadway, New York.
Ta.teute a-iiA Sole Troj?! itor.
V B ft,n,rtl anlxrrTtriie Agencies trill K rn
ted cu the mom Ubet a1 icxuu. in- lm
iJHST 60 EIGHT 'l rvt
INSTANT BELIEF I
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GOOD FOR CLER6TMES,
. GOOD FOR LECTURERS,
GOOD FOR. PUBLIC SPEAKERS,
GOOD FOJ SCGER9,
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SPAllTCiS THROAT CQNFECTWNP.
LAD1Z4 ARB DELKHTID Win
sPlLDIN$ IHHHT COSFECTIfl.
cniLDBE cut rom
SPALDINCS THROAT CONFECTIX? .
They relieve a Coogh instantly.
They clear the Throat.
They give etrength and rolnme to the roieev
They impart a delicto os aroma to the breath.
They are delightful to the taste.
They are made of simple herbs and cannot ham lay
I advise every one who has a Coogh or a Bosky
Voice or a Bad Breath, or any difficulty of the Threat
to get a package of my Throat Confections; they wil)
relieve jo, instantly, and yon will agree with ma
that " they go right to the spot." Too wil find then
very useful and pleasant while traveling or attending
public meetings for stilling your Cough or allayrns;
your thirst. If you try one packaga, I aa safe in say
ing that yon will ever afterwards consider them indis
pensable. Yon will find them at the Draggtsta acd
Dealers in Medicines.
PRICE TWEXTY-FITE CENTS.
My sinatnre is on each package. All others ar
A Package will be sent by mall, prepaid on receipt
of Thirty Cents. Address
EENHY C. SPALDING,
49 CEDAR STREET, HEW TORS,
HT-By the nse of these Pills the periodic attacks
Nervous or Sick Headache may be prevented ; an tf
taken at the commencement f aw attack hnmedlaa
relief from pain and sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fail fn removing the Nances and Head
ache to which females arc so sabject.
They act gently upon the bowels remoriaaj Costlvo.
For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females, and.
all persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable aa a
Laxative, Improving the appetite, giving tone and vig
or to the digestive organs, and restoring their nataral
elasticity and strength to the whole system.
The CEPHALIC P HILLS are the result of long In
vestigation and carcfally conducted experiments,
having been la use many years, during which time
they have prevented and relieved a vast amomt of
pain and suffering from Headache, whether originat
ing in the nervous system or a deranged stats ol tho
They are entirely vegetable In thefr composition,
and may be taken at all times with perfect safety, wits
out making any change of diet, and the absence of
any disagreeable taste renders It easy to adniiaister
them to children.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS t
ty The genuine hove five signatures of
HENRY C. SPALDING
on each box.
Sold by Druggists and all other dealers ra Medicines.
A box will be sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of tbs
iPrice, 5 tCents.
All orders should be addressed to
HUIKY C. SPALDING,,
48 CEDAR STREET, NEW TORS..
t3r-A single bottle ot
SPALUDIS'S PHEPASE3 EXTO
will save ten time fts costf
Spalding's Prepared Glue
Spalding's Irepared Glue
Spalding's Prepared Glue
SAVE THE PIECES'.
t"'A Stitch In Tim saves JSlne.fc
As accidents will happeB, ee In weB regulated
families, it is very dexinblc to have some oheap sb4
convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crock
SPALD1XGS PREPARED GLVE
Meets all such emergencies, and no household ca af
ford to be without H. Jt is ahvays it4y and up to
tho etkktDg- point. .
"USEFUL Vi EVERY HOUSE.''
X. B. A Brush accompanies cech bottle.
PRICE 25 CENTS.
XX.EIZ'arXVX- 3- SPA TiDITTO,
48 CEDAR STREET, XE W TORE,
Ascertain unprincipled pmaa are attempting t
palm off on the unsnpcLtina public, iraitationeof i
PREPARED GLUE. I wonldcaution all persons to -.
amine before purehaing. and see thnt the rail. nam?.
j srALD!G f FREPAFHP Gl.fB!
j is on the ouuiiie :-rrc li ether a;i awjftjaj