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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 17 April 1867

URBANA U N10N. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words of Stephex A. Douglas. YOLUME VI. NO. 4. UEBANA, OHIO, "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1867. WHOLE NUMBER 262. URBAN A UNION. j . w. Kouz, raor'B.. OrriCE: Champaign Sational Bar.kBuiMing, ( second and third floors,) eBUidernortnMuin treet,neartce square. Tibxs: ti 00 per annnra, invariably in ad' vane. Sl,2oforSix .Mouths. LAW OF NEWSPAPERS: l.lubscriuercvrliodo not jriveoxprestnotice the contrary, arc eoustdcrcuai wishing toccn timet hairuli6criutioii6 to the paper. J. If mbscribereorder the iiscontinuance of tbeir periodicals, t lie publisher may continucto end t hem until all arrearages are paid. S. If subscribcrenctrlectorrcfutetotaketheir friodicalfrom thcolliccto which they were di rected, they areheld responsible till they have tattled the bill and ordered themdiscontinuea 4. Iftubscribcrsremovetootherplaees with it informing the publisher, and the papers arc tenttotherormer direct...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 17 April 1867

tJRBAXA TJION. y""! v)B7 ''?ir rt: 2,00a year, payable in advance. .ldresr, J.W.IIocx.Urbana.Ohio. -Tm3inoqf fleets theUnlonof IIndi The UnpiuJ Uies none can sever; 7hUnlOB.ofLV9 the Union of Lands .' 'lnftbeFLiGor OcEUsioisForeTerl 1 "he States ef the Union with Union of . the States." STATS TICKET. or Governor. . AILEX G. TWCRM-IN, e Franklin. Lieutenant Gorernqr. pANlKL S. UliL, gf Holmes. Treanrer of State, C. FULTON, of CrmvCord. Anilitor of fitnfe. JOHN Mc?:LVE3, z.' .notlor. AtMrticV General . FRANK II. HURD, of Kooz. Snprcme Jndiri. THOMAS M. -KEY, of Hamilton. Comptroller of the Trmiirr, 1VILLIAM SHERIDAN, of Wllllamfi. ifemher Bmnl PnWic Wnrt, ARTHUR HUGHES, f Caynhoga. THE KIDNAPPED STATES. . - The Southern States, novr attempted to - fcc overborne and suppressed by the usurp ' atlon of Congress, have endeavored to " mvert the destruction of their State?, by , tsVing from the Supreme Court of the IJtiitcd Statc3 an injunction to restrain the pretended act of Congress call...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 17 April 1867

Ontaf of tiur Mifh I7i:, Two D.ui.T Thmns Eaoli War w Crlwn?. Sun lavs Exo-plcd ) ' Passing .iltu ii.US a. m., ana irC p. m., urn- orls ar lfciytou. f -r Cinch. n.iti dim I. PASSING .OUT!l 1- )i Ji. III., mm (-1-1 ;. in.. &&t"; section at Cijiic 'jt- lr-rcs'i J IL POTTED, Sup"t. C ' ' J. P. PIM)AU,A;ent,Uri. COLUMBUS 4 IMOiANAfQUS CENTAL RY l.'j tU! flu and alter March 25, 1m;7, Trait! us i!i lUIIway will pass Urbana. Station as Miowe : CUlNli X-t. .i".lit Express Aou,;;; V.vu.ti liay Kq.ri: 4&.'i;iiudjii'ii . .. - IjUIStf T. JTislit Repress....... Columbus AiL-t.v(uiu'J.iliou.. ., . lav Kpros,- l'ittslMi.; 4 -i.oin:n' d.i!io " li. ir.)W: "ATLANTIC & ertcAT VcSTER rJ RY. t.Vj,' a Si . l"' K.''1 .W, A M H 'J -J. V M ;,.Vc:.' li.;li'c o vKlcI nil . t i:;l- ii iic A. A. ii. V, . K j-. IliC r.'i'i, l-'1'- Kinross M;l. .... ;?,'lil , W.iv fr-U''it tUrrul Wc-torii !)i-Kp.-i!i-!j ...... . (iUlN'i r.-1'fi T.sp in Mtil Ex rtl V.iv Fr vi't Vork Frcilit i.-.vi.if- nn1 ii.it nll...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 17 April 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. In Eogland last year foar Inndred nd forty-one mea received 22,275 lash es with the cat. Garibaldi persists in stocking lis English adorers. The other day he pub licly baptised a baby in "the name of God and of the legislator Jesus." 'The spy business has become a regit Sot tra4e to Fans. Yoa can go to an oQice. tad for a price and in good time find out all about your neighbors, your vile, your husband, jour friends and jour eaemles Thi Charleston News estimates the cumber of freedmen farm hands who have left South Carolina for Mississippi, Lomsana, Alabama, Texas and x londa at 25,000. , Tee following advertisement in a Par isian paper rcay be consolatory to travel og Americans ; -'Faoerals conducted in Paris, or con vejsd abroad. George Smith, 30, Fan bourg St., Tonore, Agent to the Ameri can Consulate." Thb Democratic candidate for Mayor of St. Paul, Minnesota, a few days ago, was elected by a majority of I,0d6 be ing a gain or eu on tne uemooratio piajority l...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 24 April 1867

IJNIOW "TELL TKETrl TO OBEY THE LAVS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last "Words or Stephen A.Douglas. VOLUME VI. XO. 5. UEBANA, OHIO, AViK DXESDAY, APRIL '24, 1SGT. WHOLE NUMBER 263. URBAXA UXIOX jr. W. IX O TJX, PROP'R. Orricei ninmr.nlirn National But IiuiM!nr. ( ernnd and tliird 1 ors,) V.'cMiiile XorlLMaiu trcet,ne:irtlic S-.iare. Teiims: 2 CO per innnin, invariably in ad vance. forSix Moatte. LAW CF K WSP AFERS: 1 . ? abscribcre ulioJn not i;i v c s prep t not ice to t be. jiitrarv.arf jousidenciuf wishing touou- till tier heir iUDsei'ipt ions- to t lie paper. 4. Jf s;ii-cri!icr-order the li-i:oiitiiiuai:cf of th-jir ),;rio Jicalf. t!ie ivjlilislier may continue to geml '-'lent mil il all irri-:ir;ii;i are paid. 5. If ju!.iri!erp ne;rUi t or r -ftx-lotakrt ln-ir peri i tii-alfclroiiitheoilicuto which they Hcreili-ra-:t-d,tl!"V area. -1.1 r..-e,. oa-.il. !c till tliovliave settled the bill and onli-rcd them liscoiiliniied. 4. Ifta!is.-nbertr,.iiioeto ollierpl...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 24 April 1867

URBAN A UNION. April 24, 18G7. rzuvci: 1-!,00. year, parable in advance. career, J.W.IIocx, Urbana, Ohio. The Uiox of Hearts thiCnioii of Hands TkeUnion ol 3tateEnonecan3cver; The Union of Lakes the Union of Land 8 Andth.eFi.iG or Ock Unios Foreyei ! Oik 1 The States ef the Union with Union of the States." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For GoTemor. ALLEN G. TML'RUAN, ef Franklin. Lientenunt Gorernor. DANIEL S. UUL, of Holmes. Trca?nrpr of State, C. FCLTOX, of Crawford. Anditor of State. JOHN McELWEB, of Bntk-r. Attorner Oenernl. FRANK II. HURD, of Knox. Pnpreme .Tiidire. THOMAS M. KEY", of namilton. Comptroller of the Tre-mnrv. WILLIAM SHERIDAN, of William. Member Board Pnhlic Cork, ARTHUR HUGHES, of Cuyahoga. THE REVOLUTION AND ITS PROGRESS. On the 12th April, 18G7, the. Senate of the U. S. being in session on call of the President, this colloquy took place : The Senate res:im?il th consideration of the resolution, that the Semite, on Saturday next, at four oclock. adjourn tint die. Mr....

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 24 April 1867

cincin NLT5.!iiLEi!IE-S; R Chuwjt of tin" M-rcli lT.t, lNiT. Two D.ult Train Each Way pass Urban, fSnndavs Escei'ted.) .... Pa-h'ivo -hjl-th 5.0 a. m., and 5 Ob p. m., con nect at Dayton, fur ("mriuiiati direct. Pah.MNo oaT. - i- J ,' , For-! rest and Clvde; tlie S.Ol train nmk oirttt tuu nection at Clyue ';t F',. - J. II. POTTER. Sv. 't- J. P. PlSDAK, Ajrcnt, Urbana,. COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENT'L RY. On and after March 25. Wl, Trains on thi: Railway will pnfs Urhans Station as fullow-j : GOING EST. KIcht Express Accommodation Day Express Pijua Actfomaiodalion GOlNw EAST. Niclit Express Columbus Aeeoui;n.id:U:on Day Express 2.05, A V 7,12, A M 1.6-, PM .. 2.M. A XI S'Vv '.lo.o:i,' P M Pit'titmre Acccmiuodatioii. 4AS. II. BROWN, Agent. ATLANTIC & GREAT WESTERN RY. f17 Tr ziztt3! Change ol tlinr on tlie .. u. affccl ou Not. the lUtli, 1"'- WEST. Kxpre Mail Niirbt Espreas Way Freight Great Western Despatch GOING EAST. Eip ' Mill Nil.: Eipttis tvav Frf i'bt ew Tork Freight Pas...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 24 April 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. VTnz is life the riill'e op rijlki ? Becau.se we must give it up. VIIY is Eliza's pntcrnal relation like Satan. Because Le is the fatlier of 'Liza. Why were tho Egyptians pood sons ? Because tliey paid respect to their rcuia mies. The Ohio Senate Las confirmed Geo. . B. W right, as Commissioner of ILailroaJs and Telegraphs. AViit i a dog Vit.li broken lag like a 1oy in arithmetic ? Because La puti down thrwo and carries orie.- TlIE City Council of rhiUJelphia have resolved to build a Morgue, or ik-ad-Louse, in that citv, similar to that ia .NV York. The catiro dramatic profusion of I'liil aJe!.hio, uad the I'arepa Troupe, give catertaiumenti at the Academy ot'ilus:o, in aid of the Southern limine fund. Addik Lynch ha3 obt-iined a verdict for ?7.0U0 against l'atrick Kearney, fur breach of promise. Addie was a servant in the family of defendant's brother. 1 TlTE South Carolina newspaper pul lithed at Columbia, has been purchased by Mr. IJash and other colored men, ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 1 May 1867

NXON. TTIOID A TT A 'TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAYS AIID UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words op Stephen A.Douglas. URBATA, OHIO, "WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1S6 WHOLE NUMBER 2G4- VOLUME VI. NO. G. URBANA UNION. Orpirr: Chanipi'1-.n National B.n.k B'iildiiir. ( ecouii anil thirl ilouiit,) Wei-Wide North Aiuiu atrect, near the Square. ramis: i2 00 per intiuiii. invariably in ad Tanec. l,-jfor3ix .Montlm. LAW OF EEWSPAPESS: 1. lu'jirribcrnn-Uo Jo no! givc-M""'Ffnolic' t iuo.Miitrarr.arc ;nsiderrtiaswisiiinr;toci,n tin uc" heir iii-.isiviiiii'iiib to the paper. If jii!);cri! er.nrder the lUif.ntmnance 01 thir.ri.aical.t!if anhlislier may .-..niiisui to adthean iiiitilull irrcar.ii'csarc'i aid. S If uicribi-rsiie..'lccl or refuse totaketlicir B-riodiealbtromthcoiliccto iviiiclitliej w.-rt: re-t-il tliev arc held re-ponsildo till tlicyhavc tattled the' hill ordered them lis-ontiinicd. 4 If.b-ri!icrsre:ii'mtootl".crplarcf willi- mtinf)rminiri!icpti'.liher,aiidth- papcrtarc tenttnt...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 1 May 1867

URBAN A UNION. WIDITBSDAT BVWWINQ Jlfay 1, 1867. r-fmti. t'2,00a, year, payable in advance. J-ddrcei, -J.W.Hor;x,Urbana,Ob.io. Thi Uto o f Flearts t h tCnion o f Hand 'f ke Union of States none can seTer; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flag or Opb CsioisForeyer! 2 " The State ef the Union with Union of the States." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Tot Governor, ALLEN G. THURJiAN, of Franklin. Lieutenant Governor, DANIEL S. UHL, of Holmes. Treasurer of State, C. FULTON, of Crawford. Auditor of State. JOHN MrELWEE, of Butler. Attorney General. FRANK H. HCRD, of Knox. Supreme Judre, THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton. Comptroller of the Treasnrv, WILLIAM SHERIDAN. of Williams. Member Board Pnblic Works, ARTHUR HUGHES, of Cuyahoga. Thi Court House Organ for the Court ty of Champaign, with all the candor of simplicity, has published to its followers that rule of their guidance in these words : "So long as the Democratic Organization remains, our course is plain before us. "We have merely ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 1 May 1867

CINCINNATI, DAYTON fc EASTERN R.R. jji7-- "J-J-"t.--wj-,g.- Cftane 0 time Marsh 17th, 167. Two Daily Tbaiks Each Way pass Urbana, (Snndavs Excepted.) Fiasiso South 5.03 a. m., and 5.08 p. m., con nect at Davton, for Cincinnati direct. Passiko Kobth 12.30 p. m., and 8.01 p. m., connect East and West at Bellefontaine, For rest and Clyde; the 8.01 train makes direct con nection at Clyde for the East and West. RUSE K. SLOAN, Pres't. J. H. POTTER, Snp't. 1. P. PINDAR, Agent, Urbana. COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENT'L RY. C7 ! " - - - -. -j J- - - - "" r - - Xjl On and after March 25, 1S67, Trains on this Hallway will pass Urbana Station as follows GOIXQ WIST. Night Express 2,05, A M Accommodation 712, A M Dav ExDreas r M Piqua Accommodation 7,27, ' nmxo sart. NIeht Express 2,30, A M Columbus Accommodation o, do, 9.57. ' FitUbure Accommodation . 10,03, P M J AS. H. BROWN , Agent ATI ANTIC QREAT WESTERN RY. hanpsoftime on the A. & O. W.R: R.: taking affect on April the 29th, ls7. GOIV'...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 1 May 1867

[From the News York Gazette.] FASHIONS AND FOLLIES OF HAIR. "A woman's glory is in her hair'' has leea often quoted. If it be ehe is de termined to dim it ia these days of arti ficiality and fashionable folly. Now she twists not only her own hair, but a much s he can purchase, into the most un eemly and grotesque Fhnpes, marring, as with premeditated bad taste, every graceful curve and every line of beauty. A fashionable woman's head at present ia a wonder of aosightliness. One would not think so many of the sex could, with out positive genius for the hideous, so deform themselves as they do in a single tilting. They risa in the morning and go from the bath comely and charming as nature created them. They appear two hours after, fresh from the hands of their maids, or their owd manipulations, elaborately wrought out of all symmetry tod attractiveness, especially in regard to their hair,' Ingenuity appears to have been ex hausted of iate years to make a woman's hair look like any thi...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 8 May 1867

UN ON. URBANA TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."-Last Words or Skpiiw a: Douglas: UH13 ANA, OHIO, "WEDISTESDY, MAY 8, 1867. WHOLE NUMBER 2G5. VOLUME VI. NO. 7. UlB AX A II X ION. j . -w. jioui, rno i'i.. Office: CJuuipaij.Ti National Bar.kBuildine, ( second and tiiird floors,) Wcstside North M:iiu street.ncarthe Square. Xekss: tl 00 per annum, invariably in ad vance. tlifoTSi Months. '; .UW OF IIWJPAPEBI: 1 .labscriIerfwbdo not $ivxrriotkT tat he contrary .arecousidcrudaEv.itliir.lorcu- tiuuetheirgul)criitions to thep:il"'r- i If subscribertorder the lUcontiuuame ol their j)riiditalf,t be publisher may continue to send t hem nntil all arrcamsres are paid 5 Ifstibsn-ibersneirlectortxfnsctotaketbcir periodical from t he olliee to which t hey were di ected thev arc held responsible tillthcyhave iottledthe'bil! and ordered ttamdiscontinuel. 4 If-mbscribevsremoveto otherplaccs witb--oit'inrormincthcpubli8h-r,ai.tliev.aperfftre sent to thefurmerd...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 8 May 1867

TTBKANA UNION. W10 X2 m 13 ATT BVMHIHO May 8, 1867. " situs: $2,00ayear, parable in advance. Address, J.W.Hcx,rrbaB,Oh'. Th Union of Hearts theUnion of Hands TkeTJuionof Stateenonecansever; The Union of Lakes Union of Lands AndtLc FljJ wOcUsioFotct! "The STitei ef the Union with Union of -i Jfte state." '' ' v ' " . .DEi'OCSinGiSTIIE .TICKET -. i.ljl , .i ;r ..I For Governor, ' ' 1 ,'ALLfcf G-: THCEilA'N' 1 1 'c Franklin. ..." :' LI untenant Gnrvrnnr, ..,. DANIEL , S. UHL, of Holmes. " Treasurer of State, C. FULTON, i;!r 1:1 tt Crawford. . : Auditor of Stat?. '" ' JOfi McELVf EE, V of-Bntlcr: , v.l 'if f Attorney firatralv ; , ; fEAJx'K H. Hli ED, , . , , . f Knox ' ' ' ' " Fnprcme Judre, THOMA8 M. KEY,- ' ' ! 'e-jeuf Hamirum. ... ... rosjntroUer of the Treasury, : ' 'WILLIAM . fhesidaX " ' '' " , -of Itijilams. ! ! . MiratW Boor Ptrblie Works, .BTH UK HUGHES, . I r", " . .0 Coyaaoga. THE AMENDMENT. -,, '.,irn l;i !' .'( ' We, peas the. Amendment of the Con stitution of Ohio, the fi...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 8 May 1867

1. an CINCINNATI, DAYTON EASTERN R.R Ctuinge of time May 6th, lti. . Two Datlt Thaiss Each Way pass Urban a. (Sandavs Excepted.) Passing SorTH a. m., and 2.0a p. m., con neria at Davlon. for Cincinnati direct. Passiso JiOBTH 11.06 a. m., and 9.30 p. m. KLSH K. bLOAS, i'resl. i. H. ru niK. sroi J. P. PIXDAfi, Agent, Urban. COLL'Y.EUS k INDIANAPOLIS CENT'IRY, On and after April 29, 1SC7, Trains on lliis Railway will pass Lrbana btauon as fullows: GOING WEST. Night Express 2,10, A M Accommodation 6,05, A H Day Express 1,55, P M riqaa Accommodation o.ii, GOI3Q BUT. Day Exiiress, 11.35.A M ritubnrjr Accommodation.. v,vi, r M Night Express 2,35, A M Columbus Accommodation ,jU, J AS. H. BROWS', Agent. ATLANTIC & CREAT WESTERN RY, Cbanfrs of time on tha A. G. W. R; B., taking enect on April the .'hio, ivh. OOIVG WEST. Kight Express. 2.17, A. M WivFreiJrht 12,09, P.M. Great Western Despatch ,, fiOTNO EST. N'lgU Einrtss 8,58, P.M. Wav Freight 12,00, " New Tork Freight 5,15, A.M. Passenger...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 8 May 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. A. T. Sf EWABi's income last year wa 81:27G,759. r.. Geseeal JIcd-ELtAy and famiij will return from Europe next fall. , The value of the Queen's portrait pre sented to Mr. Peabody is $70,000. A SorTHEBN papef says Tennessee has her Brownlow and Georgia her low Browa. - ;. . . Lady Emily Peel has presented Sir Robert with a first-born son, after eleven years of marriage. It is said that Mark Twain is about to go to Europe to attempt to occupy the ground made vacant by the death of Ar temus Ward. General Pillow's splendid planta tion of 25 acre3 near Columbia. Tennes see, is to be sold at auction on the 24th of June. A T3IE? named Book Bible has just been sentenced to ft three years' term in the Pennsylvania penitectary. He stole a watch and coat. Judgb C. C. Iloor father of Walter C. Hood, of the Marietta Times, died at his home in Somerset, Ohio, April 4, in the 76th year of hig age. Half a dozen superb sharks were on sale at the Paris fish market, during one day...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 15 May 1867

J '.Vj.iA -V..-:'-. TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."- Words or Strphen.a. Douglas. TELL THEM TJRBsTA., OHIO, WEr3STESrY, MAY 15, 1S67. WHOLE NUMBER 2G6. VOLUME YI. X0.'8. tJRBANA UNION. 0FIC: Champaign National BankBuildlng, ( second and third floora,) Westside NortbMain itreet.neartke Square. Terms: 12 00 per annum, Invariably in ad vance. l,25 for Six Month. LAW If lEWSPAPEII: 1 . 1 ubscribers who do not giveexpressnotice to the contrary ,areeonsiderciailiiB(f toe c. tiinetheirsabscriptioiu to tliepapcr. .-' i 2. If subscribers order thediseontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continueto 3. Jfsubscribereneglector refute to taietneir periodicaisfroin the otiiceto wmcn tncj -ected.they arebeld responsible tilllBeyb.Te settled the bill and ordered tbeni discontinued. 4 ir4abscriberremovetootherpiaees with snt inform.in-the publisher, and the papers are tent to theformer direction, they are held re- P4nThe Courts have decided that refas...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 15 May 1867

TJRBANA UNION. Hay 13, 18G7. rRi: $2,Q0a year, payable In advance. Address, J.W.Horjx,TJrbana,Cio. T B Usiok o f Heart th eUnlon o f Hand Ta e Union o f S tat e a non e cans ere r; Tba Union of Lakes the Union of Lands An d t h e FL..G ot Ocm Uhiok ForeTe r! Die State ef the Union with Union of the State." DEimiTIC jTATE TICKET. " ' For Governor, ALLEN O. THCEMAN, of Franklin. Lieutenant Governor. DANIEL S. UHL, of Holm. Treasurer of State, C. FULTON, of Crawford. Auditor of State. JOHN McELWEE, of Butler. Attorney General . FEANK H. HCRD, of Knox. Supreme JadCT, THOMAS M. E7, of Hamilton. Comptroller of the Treasury, WILLIAM SHERIDAN, f Williams. Member Board Public Worka, ARTHUR HUGHES, of Cayahoga. THE MISSISSIPPI & GEORGIA CASES. Th Urbana Union took this ground on the 17th April: " That the Supreme Court of the United States had no juris diction to grant the injunctions asked for that a court of chancery would not in- join acta of trespass except in cases of alleged irrepar...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 15 May 1867

ciNcikWATi,:6XYY0NwmR- at kM of time May Wft, 17. Two DaH-T Truss Each Way pass Crbana, --d 2.05 p. , co Passtso -o Rt&H gL0AXi Pre(s,L J. H: POTTER, Sup't. ' JL P. PIS DAB, Agent, . rbana. ; q j ' ()! r a COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENT'LRY. On and after Jf ay 13th, lata; Train on tbi Railway will paaa Urbana Station a follows : oodm wast. M Night Express. 740 P K W eetern Express f, fi jppT "; -v2'00! p" . 1 ; i ; , eqiBQ east, , . i , . Day Express,. . y f J Pitubnrg Express - WjOoLAM Night Express - hVbro'W-N, Aent. ATLANTIC GREATjW5TERJ- ran K.n rf tirra an the A- A. W .R:B,, taking effect ,a April tgm.. . .17, A. M. 12,(19, P.M. . 8,45, " " Night Express.. i... Wav Freight Great Western Despatch GOING EAST. NigLt Express Wa FrfUrbt - 8.58, P.M. 12.00, " 5,15, A. M. New York Freight Passengers are not allowed to ' tae W KJSck and N. Y Freight w.ttou Time quick and fare as tow as a iy o, ed to ide on the G. thout licseis. ther Kail- JA3. D. Ht KD, Agent. way. URBANA UNION. ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 15 May 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. . riiHE aw 42,247 wxhibito'ra at the Paris Expedition. The Mayor of Chicago states that the fat-of that city amounts to $3,392,000. llow the iadies caught beaux (Boai) in old times. See Ruth, chapters 2d and 2d. ' ' rrDocBTFri. compliment An editor's Ci-oient to let a communication go .to the "devil." A Linxzgirl inSheboygan more than a year ago swallowed a needle, and one day last week it cama out of .her knee. A shawl was recently sold in New York for $3000., . In the same city wo men make ahirte for a shilling a piece. A clebothan in Indianapolis mar lakd'af ecuple substituting the words "gentleman and lady lor man aim wn. Eighteen years ago the wealth of California was represented by thousands ; now it is over two hundred millions. filE debt of the city of St.' Louis has increased about a million dollars in two years, and now amounts to $5,671,500. ."A fikm La London in need of por ter, advertised for one "who feared the Lord and could carry five fiy,e hundre...

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