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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 2 April 1862

afM MHWPWWHWI1HMMMM Mill I "TELL TK EM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED S TAT ES. "-Last Words op Stephen a, Dowlas. -imBAJSTA, Ohio, Wednesd ay, apeil 2, 1862. TJrbana Poiblic Library NO. 1 tOTj. I. The Song of The Union. THE STAR SPANGLED BANNER. Csl ay, an yon fee by the dawn's early Ik lit, What o proudly we tailed at the twilifhf , last learning, TVhoee broad Etr;.?s and bright stars tiro' the - r-e.-iJ-ti Ccht, O'erit.e nut parts we watched, were o (raliant- ly t;: mining, ' And the rockets' rid glare, the bomb bursting in air, Gave proof thrown the night that our flag was (till there. Oh! say, doe the etar fpaDgled banner (till wave, . O'er the land or the Trtc, u4 the heme of the brave " On the shore dimly seen, through the nst of tk TCu-e the foe'e haughty host in dread silence r .H.ses, 1 TThtX is that, which the breeze o'er the toweric sleep, ' M it fitfully blows, half toneea's, h.Jf disc-lose ? Kow it catches the gleam of the nioru'nig'a first ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 2 April 1862

URBAXA UNION VEDKESDit EVEMNC, iPEIE. 2, 1S2. ! Ths Csion of Hearts the Union of Hands ; The Union of States none can sever; Tho Uniou of Lakes the Union of Lands ; And the Fno of Ors Union Forever! SALUTATORY. The Publisher of the URBANA UNION issues this first number, without previous an nouncement, as a Newspaper for the people of Champaign county. The present number is distributed, without charge to those who may receive it the future numbers will be sentonly to those who shall have ordered it as subscrib er. For some weeks the back numbers can be had by new subscribers. The pries is placed at One Dollar a year, payable iu advance. As this rate the proprie tor cannot afford to employ collecting agents, and at this rate less than two cents a week -it is cbeaper to buy than to borrow. The paper is not fa the interest of any party, nor is it meant to be identified with any party, because it will not be fettered. It will have very distinct opinions on all public question connected w...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 2 April 1862

Slrlian:, luioa irtory. GSAIH, AC. bmUl Weekly t? Joka F.lrka.Hs) liptn A Pajraa, Aeatal CwkIhIw Merekaate. Flenr, per bbl.... $4.75 Oats, per bush 30 Flour, extra".... 5.00 Barley " 50(350 Wheat, pr bush . . 85 Clover seed 4.25 Rvs 45 Timothy" .... 1.50 Hay, per ton 8.00 Flax " 1.00 Com, per biuhel, 35 PSOTISI0SS. Cwwtti Weekly T J. C. Ceala reer aa PrevUlaa Dealer. I Coffee, per Tb Bvrf, per pound, 5?8 Pork. Bacon, Ham, Mackerel, White Fish, ' Lard, Butter, 58 8 10 7 7 12 Sugar, 22.,? 35 ii(jiiau Molasses. N. O. Potatoes, pr. bo. Egs, pr. do. Chickens, ' Dried Applesoft, 60 2-5 8 1.20 IS CIKCIKNATJ. Flour,... Wheal... Corn Barley, . . Kje, ..$4.25,3 4.00 95;al.05 ... 84, 36 ... GOvrt.70 5556 Oats Clov er Seed, . . 4. TM 5. 00 Whiskey, . Hops, .... Lard, .... HXW TOES. Flour, $5.25135.75 1 Corn Wheat, LlO.tl.30 j Oats , Rve T.5,JS Whiskey,.. Barley 804,1.00 j Beef, 16;,HS . .5. 7.V;. 00 satato 73tri ?. ' 22,.23 4.75j5.50 gtailroais. SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCINTI R. R. ..-..;y-.f On and...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 2 April 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. Oil wells are now aJJed to the other resources of California ; they have been lately discovered in Santa C'ruze County. A monster bakery has been es tablished at Cork with a view to selling bread to the -poor at first cost. Cork bread must be very light. We see that fifteen hundred Con- ' federate hogs have been taken in Mis souri " bound to bo a soldier in the army of the Lard." A fire-engineer of San Francisco, in order to secure a re-election, attended forty-one out of forty-three firemen's balls, and danced himself into office. When a man advices another not to " make an ass of himself,'' he speaks it is to be supposed, from a personal con . 6ciou3ncss of how disagreeable it is to It an ass. - - I Trenticc doesn't believe, with the old Wisconsin hunter, that we are to have fjovailing wiads from the;South, becausiTihc South ain't raise the wind. CA man" swallowed a set of teeth lately,- li Cleveland, and at the last ac ' countSjhe was" experiencing, as was to ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 9 April 1862

i? r 1-n " ' r T -r t r r VOL. I. " TELL T HEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD UEB AN A, OHIO, THE CONSTITUTION OF T WEDXESD A H E UN I T E D STAT E S'-ast Y, APRIL 9, 186 Words of Stephen A. Douglas. O : 3STO. 2. , I nt The Songs of The Union. E PLURIBUS UNUM. BY GEORGE W. CUTTER. Though iiiany and bright arc ttie stare that appear In tunt flag by our country unfurled; And the stripe that arc swelling In majesty there, Like a rainbow piorning the world : Their light are nnsollie a tlioscln the sky, ? ' ' By a deed that our fathers liave dune ; And they re leagued in as true and holy a tie, In their motto of " Many iu One." From flteh&nYkBeu Illose patriot fcatlesslynuiig That banner of starlight abroad, Ever true to themselves to tUatmottotbey clung, As they clung to the promise of God: By tba-lM) unMrax'&at.tlie uuJnigULtif war, j On the field where our glory was won ; Oh ! perish the heart or the hand that would mar Our motto of" Many iu One." . ,.'..., 'Mid the smoke of the ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 9 April 1862

URBAN A UNION WED.VESDIT ETEXKC, APUIL 9, 1SC2. 1 The Vstios'of Hearts (he tnlon of lUnds;" The Union of St.ites none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of LaniLs ; And the Flag of Oa Ukios Forever! The Secretary of the Treasury. Mr." Chase is a man of ability, both in promoting himself and in discharging the duties of any place he gin. But he is beset with parasites, that afflict him with unmerited praise, which tends to weaien his great reputation. Here is an instance, which recently appeared in the Cincinnati Commercial, where it is given bs "from the pen of a gentleman of high character and position at Washington." It purports to be a letter to some " Dear Sir;" and the fallowing is aR estraet: Washington City, Feb. 28, 1802. Ht Dear Sir: Ohio, as you say, may well be proud of her representative m the Laoinet. uov. Chase is so identified with the Buckeye State that his reputation has become part and parcel, as it were, of the self-respect of every citizen- of our commonweal...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 9 April 1862

.rUrtaaa lnioa JUrcrtory. Zt glarferts. GBA.IK, C. Paja Amta) McrluU. Tlonr, perbbl $4.75 Oafs, per tusk Flour, ertra " 5.00 Barlev " 50ff50 Wheat, pr bush . . fc5 (.'lover seed Bve 4 Timothy " .... 150 Hay, per ton . ... . 8.00 Flax " 1.00 Com, per buenel, 25 PS0VISI0ITS. Cmt4 Weekly fc f. C. fnlui, twwr cm PrvTlsiM Dealer. Btef, per potmd, Port, ' ' Bacon, TTam, Mackerel, White Fish, Lard, ' Butter, 5(38 5(j8 8 10 7 Coffee, per lb 22c725 Molasses, K. O. Potatoes, pr. bu. F.irjs, pr. do. Ciiiekcns, ' 1.20 Dried Apples.SIb. 12J CI5CI5KATI. Flior,... Wheat, . . Corn,.... Bariev, .. liye,.".... .4.2.W4.60 ... 5,il-05 .. 84viS ... WVii 70 Oats. Clover Seed, 4.75(75.W Whiskey 16fl8 Hoirs, ........5.75i(i.00 Lard, . KIW YORK. Flour, J5.25a5.75 1 Corn. Wheat, L10.al.80 Oats Kve, To.? f Whiskey,.. Barley, 801.00 I Beef, 55(360 73rf79 2--'i 4.75i!i5.50 ITiailnrais SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCIN'TI R. R. On and after April 1, 18C3, Trains will pass this (Urbana) station, as follows : GOING SOUTH. V...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 9 April 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. f l A new definition ly onr German contributor z Wco: gaits Infants just learning to walk. : "We arc never eaiisfie J iat a lady understands a tiss unless we have it froin lier own iiouiiu '. ...'' ' ' - r.V. Great Britain has always found us her best customer. Eat,' if she forc es a quarrel with us, uhe will find 'us an ugly customer. J The servant girls of tlic Free States consume more silks and French goods, jthan llie whole Southern aristoc racy. In Hull, England, -an old f-en- sioner 6ued widow, seventy years old, for the return of 11 shillings' worth ot love tokens that he had given her under the impression . that the would marry him. The judge ordered the money to be paid, or the goods returned. The first wealth Ls health. Sick ness is poor-spirited, aud cannot serve any' one: it mast husband its resources to live. But health or fullucss answers its own cuds, and has to spare, runs over,' and inundates the neighborhoods and creeks of other men's necessitie...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 16 April 1862

UMON. TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last TYords of Stephen A. Douglas. VOL. I. TmEsT, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 16, 1862. ITSTCX 3. Poetry for the Hour. THE TWO SUNSETS. BY MRS. DENISON. Father fare tie his blessing- Three stout sons were we ; I the eldest and the tallest Jacob was next to me, Abel the youngest and darling, With his mother's tbongtliful eye The handsomest boy that ever Went willingly forth to die. Father had read from the Psalmist A war-song, kingly and bold ; 0 ! I remember that hour That sunset, royal with gold, Lighting crimson flames In the windows, TTith a touch of its flashing mace, And how la shadowless splendor It crept to my mother's face. Tinging the pallid hollows. And Uie eyes that were wet with tears, With a marvelous amber-lnstre That stole away half her years. White, white, in the shadowy night, " Lifted the tei. ted town ; And through each moss-green avenue The moonlight drifted down. We brothers sat toget...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 16 April 1862

UK B AX A UNION. tted.tod.it fvsmc, atb.ii, ie, ises. Tni -1,'moh of Krtiu the t oioa of Kaud ; -The Vion of States none can sever; The Vaion of Lakes the Tnion of Ltm& ; And tbe Flao or Ocb Usion Forever! 1 Mr. Lincoln's Scheme of Emancipating the Slaves and 'Ending Rebellion.' On the 6th of March the Fresident Sent- a message to Conjrrees,- which has acquired the name of his Emancipation Message. The object of that message wis to ast the Congress to declare to the States by joint Resolution, that if any of thenvshould choose to adopt what he calls "a gradual abolishment of slavery" the State so choosing should receive from Congress pecuniary aid to compensate for the inconvenience, public find private, produced by such change of system. The message itself is given in another column, and it should be carefully read. '- A newspaper in one of the Border States has pronounced it a -very shrewd move on the part of Mr. Lincoln ; as it holds out to the abolitionist, the notion of end...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 16 April 1862

GAI5, C. Crrt4 WeUy Vr Jok" Klckht l Macros PajMi AgcaU;' Cwlillw iterehlitt. Flour, per bbl . . . . $4. 7!r OaU, per bush Flour, extra".... 6.00 Barley " 45g,50 Wheat, pr bush .. . SO Clover seed Rve 4o Timothy- Uay.perton 8.00 Flair. Corn, per bushel, PBOYTSIONS. Correct: Weekly T C. OoImb, rcer u lrTUla lJer. Beef, per pound, Pork, ' ' Bacon, Ham, Mackerel, ' "White Fish,', l ard, ' liutur, ' 5;S 1 7 7 Coffee, per B 2-3.?25 Suirar, 4 4 lli&Li Molasses, IS. U. Potatoes, pr. bu. FLrtrs, pr. doz. VU1C&CUB. 12a' Dried Applesoft, 1.20 crxcnrsATi. Flour.... Wheat, .. Com,.... hnriev, .. Kye,.".... Flour,.. Wheat,. 3ye, ... ljuriey, . . .M.lSffiSO ... 0, 11.00 .. 60,.i?0 .. 5050 Oats.. Clover Seed, . .4.75(5.00 Whiskey ltwlS Iloirs, 5.75nj.l),00 Laid, SO'i KEW TOSS. .$5.00 y 5.50 Corn Mux . 1. 10,0.1.80 I Oats 73(i79 75,?S I Whisker,... !23 . 80viil.00 i Beef, 4.755.50 SANDUSKY, DAYTON t CINCIN'TI R. R. ' On aud aflcr April 1, 1S82, Trains will pass this Urbana) station, as foll...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 16 April 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. . - They call the oil region in Feun- iylTania lodern Grease. ' Three things to b careful f : Health, reputation, money. New Orleans haa ecnt one hun dred and twenty -seven companies to the war. The number of 1 J men who tile fin cold weather as to the number of those why die In warm weather is seven to four. It is estimated that the silver finding its way to San Francisco from Nevada, amounts to six millions of dol lars per -annum. As the shadow follows the Body in the splendor of the fairest sunlight, so will the wrong done to another pursue the ful in- the hours of prosperity. I.- The New York Collector employs female revenue officers, whose duty con sists in searching suspicious parties of their sex they are hoop inspectors. . There is a farmer in Putnam coun ty, New York, who has a mile of children. His name is Furlong, and he has eight boys and girls. Eight furlongs one mile! - The Justices of Mendocimo Coun ty, Cal., had six ballots for an associate Judge ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 23 April 1862

v : v. f'fjS . fv:.oi.;.'j 5 Ul "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."tt Words of stephe a. Douglas. VOL. I. TmiYSTY, OHIO, WEDOTSDAY, APEIL 23, 1S62. NO.4 TT rr- ttv A "t ir a NION. '-T! in). U). a rv .w "iff f r ? v " y ''! 1 Poetry for Young. VOYAGE OF THE GOOD SHIP UNION. BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. 'Tib midnight : through my troubled dream Loud walls the tempest's cry; Before the gale, with tattered sail, A ship goes plunging by, What name Where bound f-The rocks around Repeat the loud halloo. The good ship Cnlon, Southward bound : God help her and her crew ! And the old flag flying tm ' '''""''' That o'er your fathers flew, With bands of white and roir light, And field of starry blue? Ay t look aloft ! iU folds full oft Have braved the roaring blast, " And still shall fly when from the sky This black typhoon has past ! .Speak, pilot of the storm-tost bark I ... ' May I thy peril share ? O landsman, these are fearful 6eas! The bravs alone m...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 23 April 1862

UKBAXA UNION. WEDXESDAY ITEAIXC, irKIL iJ, IS6J. Tekiu: Ou Dollar per nunnm, iu advance The citHiest and bcrt country iaper in Ohio? J. V. Ilorx, Liiana, tlliio.. The X'mos (f Hearts tlic t'uiuu of Ilaude; TUo Uuion of States none cm sever; The Cniou of Lakes the Union of Lund? ; Aal Hje.Fi.Afi or Oiu Union Forever! The District of Columbia-the Object of The District of Columbia-the Object of having such a District-and the Duty of Congress towards its People. The object of providing a listrict over which Congress should " exercise exelsiv legisfatioa" was to save the Congress- from depcii donee on State laws and Plate authority for ' security and quiet. The Continental Congress had been threatened with mutinous violence while sitting in Philadelphia, and were compelled; to. adjourn tlteir sitting to Princeton. This experience led to the provision in the Constitution, of the Unit ed States,, by which a District was to be procured" " by the cession of particular States and the accepta...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 23 April 1862

Urbana Union Directory. Urbana Union Directory. The Markets. GRAIN, &C., CarrveT.4 Weekij J '" Elehht.1;; Marrt-.A 4 lAynl AcnU ConmlHlta 31 ervk&nte. Dour, cr bbl . . . f 4.7r )ats, per bush SO Flonr. extra" 5-00 Barley " ..... 45(3 .W Wheat, pr bush . . SO C lover seed .00 Kve 4-) Timothy" .... IS Hay, per ton 8.00 Flax " ..1-00 Cum, per bushel, 33 PROVISIONS. Corrected Weekly by, J. C. Cousins. Grocer and Provision Dealer. HeeT, per pound, Vork, ' ' Bacon, Ham, M -i.-kcrel, ' V Lite Fish,' Lard, liutler, StSS Coffee, per tt Suirar, Molasses, N. (). 00 Potatoes, pr. liu. Uirics, pr. do. CliicUcos. Bo r. i.ao S 12; i I Dried Apples, fib, CINCINNATI. Flmir t4.15;?4.K0l V ne.it, KW.OO :;-i.:i5 larii.v, tsX.rTO Kve, ......... 5050 Oats, . 29 Clover Seed,.. 4. TT.tf? 5.00 Whiskey, ll.KM Holts ....... .5.-7jv 0.00 Lard, .....n je1a NEW YORK. F'our,. 15,00(95.50 1 Cora. V l.m.t, LIO.-U.SO ! Oats y . 7.Vd I Wlilskev,. Birf.-v, 80(Al.t0 ! Beef, iKtfffifi Wm TH 4.75(45.50 Railroads....

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 23 April 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. Light of Chemistry A-gas-siz. The t'ine Ibat tries men's souls The first apple was eaten by the first pair.; The Iatt ding of the dinner Lcll Pudding. The man who carries all Lcfore him The wheelbarrow man. A youth's love is tho more pas sionate a virgin's love more virtuous. Very few per sob shave sense enough to despise the praise of a fool. Somebody sa s that every cord of wtod given to the poor recorded above. If you do good, forgot it ; if evil, remember and repent of it. Those who heed not God's writ are often forced to heed the shcrifl's. Women never truly command till they have given their promise to obey. . The wise matt justly regards poodness aa something to be attained. What a burthen is leisure to a mind unprepared for its enjoyment. Live down calumny ; the best re ply to ' slanderous reports is a'good life. In the end all men find the devil's work the hardest they ever undertook. '- Soldiers'g piety for the wounded no thebattle-field " Over the left...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 30 April 1862

UNION"; "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Lt Words or Stephen A. Douglas. tnRBJKC OHIO, WTEDNESDA.Y, APEIL 30, 1862. VOL. I. 3STO. 5. Poetry for the Pour. THE GAME OF LIVE. BY JOHN G. SAXE. There's game much In fashion-I think It' called Euchre, . (Tho' I never hare played It for pleasure or Lucre, In which when tn euros are in ceruuu wuui tions, 'The players appears to have changed their posi tion, And one of them cries l a confident tone ; ' "I think I can venture to go it alone!" While watching the game tis a whim of the bard's, A moral to draw from the skirmish of cards; Asd tt fancy he finds in the trivial strife, Some excellent hints for the battle of life, Where whether the prize be a ribbon or throne Tbe winner is he who can 'go it alone,' When great Galilee proclaimed that the world -" In a regular orbit was ceaselessly whirled, And got not a convert for all of his pains, But only derision and prisons and chains, "It moves for al...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 30 April 1862

v K BAXr UN i o x. WEIXfcsOAY EVEMXG, APEIL 33, 1So2 ltims: One tiollar per suuum, in aJvacca. Tiic cicM-ct and best conatry r-frper in Ohio! J. W. nous, Urb.iua, Chic. ; j The Cmos of Heart tho Union of Hands; The Uniou of States none can sever; The Uuion of Lakes the Union of Loads And the!' lao or Our I'-viok Forever! J j '. I ; ! Confiscation. Both houses cf Congress are encaged . .p . - r . , ill CULICUCllU ivi vwl.v...0 ...w property of persons cn.s in tue leo- elllon. There setnus to be a competition in each, Ilouse for the distinction of au thorship. " The telegraphic despatches have in formed us that the "Republican, party" us such, has resorted to the partisan and corrupt practice of holding a caucus to determine what to do ia the matter aud fey majority vote among themselves to decide upon a bill that all shall support in fTiA TTnnsfl. " , . , . v . j The bills proposed tno reported under tie name of confiscation are all slioped for the emancipation of slaves a thing beyo...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 30 April 1862

olvtana Pinion girrrtcrtt. Zt ghrlicts. GRAIN, &C. erree4 Weekly br ElekkKl MasreWS X Paje, AceaUl twitalM "BcrehauU. rinnmerbbl ti To Oats, per bush 90 Flour, extra " o.OO Barley " .. Wheat, pr bush ..SOiftt'5 Clover seed.. Kve 40 Timothy . Ilay.pcrton 8.00 Flax " .. Corn, per bushel, 22 4oaIoP 0.00 coo 1.00 paovisioirs. C.rwtei WetUr j J. r. t'.I., Crvexr 4 Pr.,Ul Pealer. Coffee, per lb 83fS "35 Sufnr, ' ' ll;sk"- Molasses, N. O. 0 Potatoes, pr. bu. So Hints, pr. dox. (i 7 Chickens, ' 1.20 12 ( Dried Applcs,3 lb, 8 Beef, per pound, Pork, ' Bacon, Ham, Mackerel, "White Fish, ' Lard, ' Butter, 5.8 S 10 Flour,... Vbcat,.. Corn Baiicy, .. Eyo, Flour,... Wheat,.. Rye Barley,.. ClScnTKATI. Oats,. .4.15 74.30 ... 90..U.09 .. 8-iU5 .. 60x70 .. SOjioO Clover Seed,.. 4. 73,36.00 Whiskey, iikiib Hogs, 5. 75m 6 00 Lard, 5.!ii6ji .J5.00g5.S0 1 Corn 55.38 . 1.10 al. SO j Oats, 8841 T(i,.iS2 Whiakev.... 23..' 23 60vii'Jo j ceei,.... SANDUSKY, DAYTON & ClNCIN'Tl R R. z 4,.oyio.60 I Oo and...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 30 April 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. Probably conteciiait is quite as often a vice as a TUtae. . Young gentlemen, vrlio idolize young ladies, always long to be "joined to their idols.".. - .-People generally get married at nigt, wben tiey can't very well see hat tney are about. ..--Eye is recommended by a West ern paper as a substitute for coffee. TVe nave long heard " old r.yc" favorably spoken of. "Women can't bear control. If the Lord had commanded Eve to eat Jths apple, probably the wouldn't have touched it. .- No doubt it is a common prayer of lovers about to go down at 6ea, that they may drown in each other's arms and be eaten by the same fish. '--.J.. What is the difference between a bare head and a hair-bed ? A bare head fiees for a shelter ; a hair-bed is a shelter for fleas., , . Flavel said that if men should lise from the dead and read their epi taphs, some of them would think they tad got into the wrong grave. A sea weed, called " sea-wrack," that grows at the Isle of Wright, has Leen. ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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