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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 22 May 1867

UNION. ITRBANA TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."- Words or Suras A.Douglas. UEBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1867. WHOLE NUMBER 267. VOLUME YI. NO. 9. JRBANA UNION. OrriCK: Champaign National Baik Building, ( second and third floors,) WestaideNorth Main 8treet,nearthe Square. Terms: 12 00 per annum, Invariably in ad rance. $l,25for3ix Months. UW 8f ItWSPAPEIS: E 1.3ubBcriberwhodonotgiveerpre6motice tbepaper. 3 If eubscribersorder thediscontinuance oi their periodicals.the publisher may continue to gendthemuotilanarrearagesarepaid. 8 If subBcribcrBneplector refuse totaketbeir areheld responsible till tbevnaTe ettledthebill and ordered them discontinued. 4 Ifsubscribersremovetootherplaces wlth out'infonningthe publisher, andtbe Ppe" .enttotheformerdirection, thej are held re- "P5ITbbeleCourtB hare decided that refueingto takeperiodlcaUfromtheoEce,orremovii.eand leaving them uncalled for. is prima faext evl dcnceof intentional fraud. - ? BANK...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 22 May 1867

URBAN A TTNION. BVKIfXNO May 22, 1867. rs-: $2,00ayear, pajablein advance. Addreaa, J.W.Hocx.Crbana.OMo. Thi CKiOitof Hearts theUnionof Hands The Union of States nonecansever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands AndtheFLAOorOtmUsiosForeTer! The Stte ef the Union with Union of the Statee." DEMOCRATIC llATE TICKET. Election Tuesday, October 8, 1967. For Governor .ALLEN O ?THCB11 AS Lientenant Governor DAMi-L . LUL. Tourer of State COCHRAN FULTON Auditor of State JOHN McELWEE Attorney General FRANK H. HURD Supreme Judge THOMAS M.KET CoLp.ofTreasary WILLIAM BHERIDAN Mem. Board Pub. Works .ARTHUR HUGHES THE FAMINE. Most of our readers Lave heard more or less of the suffering prevailing at the South for want of food, and many of them ha7e made contributions of money and provisions which have been sent forward by the committee appointed for that pur pose at a meeting held in Urbana a few weeks since. But we fear that few real ize the state of affairs. "We give below some extracts from a ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 22 May 1867

CINCINNATI, DAYTON fc EASTERN R.R Change of tint May 61A, 18j7. Two Daily Tbajks Each Way pasa Crbana, (Sundays Excepted.) Piasiso 3octh 5.0 a. m., and 2.05 p. m., con nect at Dayton, for Cincinnati direct. Paasiso North 11.06 a-m., and 9.30 p. m. RUSH tL fcLUAN, fret U J. H. POTTER, Sup't. J. P. P1XDAK, Agent, Urbana. COLUMBUS It INDIANAPOLIS CENT'L RY. On and after May 13th, 1867, Trains on this Railway will past Urbana Station as follows : soma WBST. Night Express Western Express Day Express GOIXO BAST. Day Express, Plttaburg Express 2,12, A M . 7,40, P M ... 11,35, AM 8,20, A M Mght Express 12,02, AM JAS. H. BROWN, Agent. ATLANTIC nnn: Chang of time on the A. G. W.R: R., taking effect on April the 29th. 1W. Night Express Way Freight Great Western Despatch 2.17, A. M. 12,U9, P.M. 8,45, " " GOING EA8T. NigU Express 1200 " WaT Freirht i iV'A M New Tort Freight ,15. A- Passenger, are not allowed to Hde on the G. W Dispalcb and N. Y Freight w.tboat pickets. Tim. cmck and f-ffiT I. CR...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 22 May 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. Neaelt 13,000 steerage passengers have arrived at Xew York since the 30th of April. . i A Virginia, paper lella new way to pay old debts namely, stop drinking and go to work. Dion, the Montreal Lilliardist, has sold the patent of his fire-alarm appara tus for $34,000. j ",' , A fcrmtcrb establishment paid 86, C00 for one page of advertisements in the Paris Exhibition catalogue. The London journals are discussing the question whether "a dissevered head -retains sensibility." They should ask any ex-officeholder, ., 4 A methodist clerjrytnan in Detroit, who belonged to the "all decency party" j very loyal, baa been sent to jail for an attempt to outrage a " cullud gall." j A baby elephant broke away from his ! keeper in a Rhode Island town last week, j and completely demolished the contents of two stores and a saloon before he was secured. It is amusing, says the Boston Post, to hear Forney talk about bread and butter while his face shines with Treas ury fat like a ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 May 1867

.1- kT . 1 RBANA "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."- Words of Stkphkn A. Docqlas. ;f- I VOLUME VI. NO. 10. UEBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAT 29, 1867. ; WHOIE MMBER 2G8. CJRBANA UNION. n J . W - KO VX, I- xi t r'n. OrriCE: Champaign National Back Building, ( second and third doors,) WestiideNortbMain street,nearthe Square. Terms: f - 00 per annum, invariably in ad vance. $1,25 forSix Months. UW 0 F IEWSPAPERS: l.iubscribertwhodonot give-jipresfnotk-e to tn contrary ,areconsideredaswistingtocGn tinttetlieirsiibscriptiousto tbepaper. 2 If 9ubcril)erporder the lUeontinuance ol their, eriodicals,t he publisher may continue to . . : i . ..... .i.i.c are nni d . aenu c uein uni ii ii i u.i k- , . a Ifsnbecribersneplector refuse to taketheir periodiea'sfromtheomectowhiebtheyweredi- -ectea.t nev areuciu reBpuuniu'v. jettledtne Din ana uracitu vuiu......--.. 4 IfiubcnlersremoTeioiin.i out'inrorraini the publisher, and the papers .1 : thar ir Ii OA fi it...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 May 1867

URBAN A UNION. May 29, 1867. '.'tm: 12,00. year, payable la adTance Aidress, J.W.Hoci,CrtB,Ot!. r h i rjo o f Hearta th eUnion o f Hindi Taa Union of SUUiBoaeeaniever; T he Cnioa ofLake tfie Union of Land AndtheTLAoOuBUioForeTer! 1 J t'S: " Tht States f tht Union with Union f tha Statea." BEICCMClllIE TICKET. Eertloo Toeedy, October 8, 1967. For Governor ...ALLEN G. THCEMAN UemUmnl Governor DANIEL 8. VHL Treasurer of State COCHKAN FULTOX Auditor of gtate JOHX McELWEE Attorney General. ..FRA NK H. HCRD Supreme Judge... THOMAS M.KET (mp. of Treasury WILLIAM 8HEKIDAH Hem. Board Fur. Works.. .ARTHUR HUGHES THE PURITY OF LAW. Thx combination of 5000 Dollars men, calling themselves a Congress of the United States, have passed some bills which they call laws ; and these being vetoed by the President, as unauthorized enactments, they have passed them "over his head," as they say ; which they may well say as they are over the head of the Constitution. These pretended laws, which may properly...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 May 1867

.IMCIWNATI. DAYTON EASTERN R.R, Ckmuit of lime XV 1. Two Dailt TKiiJii Each War pasa Crbana, (Sundava Excepted.) Pas"io 3outh 5.0 a. m., and 2.05 p. m.,con nccU t IH-rton. for Cincinnati direct. Passrso Sobth 11.08 a. m., and 9.30 p. m. RUSH R. 8 LOAN, Prea'L J. H. POTTER, Sup't. J. P. PINDAR, Agent, Urban. COLUMBUS k INDIANAPOLIS CENTLRY. On and after May 13th, 1S67, Traina on this Rail war will pas Lr ,rbna Station at follows: GOING WIST. Night Express Western Expreaa. Day Expreaa GOING I1ST. Day Express Pittsburfc Expreaa -. . 2,12, AM . 7,40, P M . 2,00, P M 11.85, AM . 8.20. A M Night Expreaa. 12,fci, AM J AS. H. BROWN, Agent. ATLANTIC fc GREAT WESTERN RY, nhu.nof time on the A. G. W.R: Retaking effect on April the 29th, 1 tail. GO'" VEST. 17AM Night Exprea. 12 u9. P.M. Way Freight . . . Great Western Despatch 8,45, GOING EAST. NigU Expreaa io oo Way Freight ,7 'a m New York Freight M A" M" Passengers are not allowed to noe . W. Dispatch and N. Y- Freight t:... ...b r.m u ov u ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 May 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. Fbko. Douglass' income 86,116. Violin bow re now made of wo men' hair. Califobma is building five import ant lines of railroad. Ossias E. Dodg ia married. Now for tbe little dodges. Thi Best of a mouse in Portsmouth was formed of (50 greenbacks. Laura Keikk wears 820,000 worth of diamonds in one of her plays. Last year, in New York, only one Jew was converted, at a cost of 1725 10, The Hartford Courant speaks of "the Commissioner of Internal Revenge." No one can say the tailors did not strike while the'iron was hot. Punch. The poorest man in Becket, N. H., has just been made the richest by a leg acy of $200,000 A man at Worcester has been fined two dollars and costs for planting his garden on Sunday. A dance was lately held in a rural town in Maine, the proceeds of which are to be expended in the purchase of ft hearse. Good milch cows sell in New Orleans for $250 each ; milk is 20 cents a quart; strawberries $2,50 a quart, and turkeys $5,00 a pair. We hear a numb...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 5 June 1867

w fk M URBANA NION. - "TELL THE EI TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."- Words or Stephen a. Douglas. V0LUMEVI.X0.il. URBANA., OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1867. WHOLE NUMBER 209. URBANA UNION. xv. koux, r o x n. . Office: Cliampai en Xational Back Building, ( second and third floors,) WestsideNorthMain treet.neartbe Square. TiRvr 2 00 ner annum, invariably in ad vance. 11,25 for Six Months. LAW OF IEWSMPERS: 1. Subscribers who do not sriveexpreienotice tolhecontrary.areconsideredaswistirngtocGn t in Her hfir an imprint ions to t heDSPer. 2. If subscribersorder the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to sand r hem nut il all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers neglect or refuse tot aketheir periodiealsfromtheolllceto which tbey were ai-.-ected.they areheld responsible till theyhave icttledtne Din anaoracrea '.ocuhiimuiiuuucu 4. If-mbscribersremovet'j otherplaces with outinforiningthepnblisbev, and the papersare senttotheforme...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 5 June 1867

TTRB AN A June 5, 1867. ' a : i,00 year, payable in advance. A.drei, J.W.Hocx.Urbana.Ohio. Thi UI0 of Hearts theUnionof Hands The Union of States nonecansever; The Union of Lake the Union of Lands Audthe Flao of Ovu UsioaforeYer! " The State ef the Union with Union of the States." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Election Tuesday, October 8, vjt. For Governor .ALLEN G. THUBMAN Lieutenant Oovernor DANIEL 8. UEL Treasurer of State COCHRAN FULTON Auditor of State JOHN McELWEK Attorney General FEANK H. HURD Supreme Judge THOMA9 M.KEY Comp.ofTTeaenry WILLIAM SHERIDAN Mem. Board Pub. Work... ARTHUR HUGHES VENTILATION. Oca yemtile estemporarj the Mac-a-cbeek Press, which finds bo difficulty in denouncing the corruption and atro ictiee of its party and its partj leaders, ad at the same time laboring to keep it tod them io office, treated its readers last week to over two eolamns of com ments on "Brevet Brig. Gen. Baker" aod his reeent "disclosures." So far as the merits of "Gen. Baker" aod the men ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 5 June 1867

NCINNATI, DAYTOMt EASTERN R.R. (luinoe of tune May 6M, 17. Two Dailt Tbatns Each Way pass Urbana, fpundavs Excepted.) jn Fssio octb 5.0 a. m.. and 2.05 p. m., con nwti at IHrton, for Cincinnati direct. Psisa ?ok 11.06 a. m.. and 9.30 p. m. rA8S RUSH R. SLOAN, Prest. J H. POTTER. Sup't. J. P. ?I'DAR, Agent, Urbana. COLUMBUS II INDIANAPOLIS CENT'LRY. On and after Mav 13th, 167, Trains on this Railway will pass Urban Station as follows: GOING W8t. Night Express Western Express Day Express GOING EAST. Day Express, Pittsburg Express 2,12, A 31 ""' 7,40, PM 2,00, PM .. 11,35, AM ... 8,20, A JH 12,02, AM JAS.'h. BROWN, Agent. Night Express. ATLANTIC fcJATVERN Rr. Chanoftime on the A. G. W. R: B., taking effect on April the 29th 17. 2 17, A.M. Night Express y, p Way Freight ' wV' Great Western Despatch ' ' GOING EAST. y Niirt-t Exprtfs 00 " Wav Freight 'a M New York Freight ; 5'1'' p Kick and fare URBAN A UNION. CXTT A.TC X C O TJWTT. WEDNESDAY EVENING, JCN. 5. 18G7. REMEMBER. We extract Te...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 5 June 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. A millinkbt tore, in Maoon last week sold twenty palpitating bosoms. John Brows the jrooDger is living it Pat-in-Ba j, opposite Sandusky, cultivat ing grapes. - An Irishman warm the people not to trust his wife, because he never was married to her. r . 5 : " : , j " "J etferson Gre'blit and Horace Davis," is the caption of an editorial in the Chicago Times. As far as heard from, no serious in jury haa been done" to the fruit or gr&in in the West by the recent frost. Thk price of cats, has advanced in Paris. Maay an American' will be eat ing them for chickens, or rabbits. ! Tk losses occasioned by the great overflow on the Missouri river bottom are estimated at over $20,000,000. The flood, at last accounts, still continued. Thi rebel Lieut. Tolbert, who bet $3,500 that he could prove J. Wilkes Booth to be still alive, is reported to have won and received the money. It is said that a homeopathic physic ian in France cures rheumatism by plac ing a bee on the spo...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 12 June 1867

URBANA fP Iff 35- UNION. TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words or Stephen A. Douglas. URjBAJSTA., OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 12, 1S67. WnOLE NUMBER 270. VOLUME VI. NO. 12. URBANA UNION. hovx, r o r-'xt. OpfiCB-. Champaign National BaEkBuildine, (second and third floors,) Westside Northilain street.nearthe 8quare. Terms: 12 00 per annum, invariably in ad vance. l,25forSix Months. LAW OF IEWSPAPEBS: l.Subscriberswhodonotgiveerpressnotice thepaper. 2 If subscribers order thediscontinnance ot their periodicals, the publisher may continneto send tbem until all arrearages are paid. A Ifsubscribersnesrlectorrefusetotaketbeir periodicalsfromtheofficeto which they were di--ected they areheld responsible tilltheyhave iettled tbe'bill and ordered them discontinued. 4 I fiuhscribers remove to other places with outWormine the publisher, and the papersare ent to theformer direction, they are held re- 8P5nTheConrts have decided that refusingto take per...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 12 June 1867

URBANA UNION. June 12, 1867. Citix-i: 1 2,00 a year, payable in idrance. Addrees, J.W.Hoci,Urbn,Ohio. TaiCsiOJiof Searta theUnionof Hands The Union of States none cansever; The Union of Lake the Union of Lands A n d t h e Flag OT O c Ukiob Forere r! The Statea f tha Union with Union Of the State." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Election Tuesday, ucrooer o, itoi. vr fiovernnr.. ALLEM O. THURVfAN Lieutenant Governor DANIELS. UHL Treasurer of State COCHRAM FCLTON Anditor of State JOHN McELWEE Attorney General FRANK H. ETJRD Supreme Judee THOMAS M.KET Comp. ofTreisury WILLIAM SHERIDAN Mem. Board Put. Works... ARTHUR HUGHES WE HAD JUDGES THEN—WE HAVE ONLY POLITICIANS NOW. On the 23d March, 1792, CoDgre.s passed an act " to regulate claims to In valid Pensions," in which it was provid ed that the circuit courts of the United States, during the period of two years, should perform certain duties in hearing applications for pensions and in making out lists of the claims they allowed. On the 5th Ap...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 12 June 1867

INCINNATI, DAYTON EASTERN R.R. jllXT - t '-'"--' Change of tune May 6IA, 17. Two Dn.T Tnm Each Way pass Urban, (Sandavs Excepted.) Pabs'iso Socth 5.0 a. m., and 2.05 p. m., eon necU at Carton, for Cincinnati direct. Passing Kobib 1108 a. m., and 9.30 p. m. RUSH R. 8LOAX, Pres'L 1. H. POTTER, Snp't. J. P. PINDAR, Agent, Urbana. COLUMBUS k INDIANAPOLIS CENTT. RY ir -- - -tj On and after May 13th, 157, Trains on this Railway will paM Urbana Station as follows : GOING WIST. Night Express Western Express Day Express 2,13, A M 7,40, P M 2,00, PM ooiso EAST. Dav F.vnress A ?! p;,l.Kn..lTTlTi (s20, A M Night Express.... 12,02, A M J AS. H. BROWN, Agent ATLANTIC GREAT WESTERN RY. n mnrv, .!t Change of time on the A. & G. W. R: R., taking effect on AprU theh, 1. . N'urht Express. 10 no v v Way Freight - Great Western Despatch : - . GOING EAST. JCigLt Express 10'm " Wav Freight hr. New York Freight 5.15- A- M- Passemrers are not allowed to lide on the G. W Dispatch and N. Y- Freight withou...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 12 June 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. Shad have beea selling for four cents apiece at Hartford, Conn. A FomrxE-V year old boy, bLx feet high, has appeared in LTallowell. The paper money now in use in Italy wa3 fabricated in the United States. A good dinner can be obtained in Paris for 20c, and a luxurious one for 25c. Geo. E. Peon returns ao income of $7,166 for 1866, and Geo. H. Pendleton 57,837 for the same year. Thirty-nine divorce cases are on the docket for trial at the next term of the Court of Common Plea3 at Cleveland. A Portland official receives a salary of 81000, receives the same amount in perquisites, and has a clerk at a salary of 600 to do the work for him. The last man in Tennessee who sold a negro slave at auction and took in pay ment therefor Confederate money, is now one of the Radical candidates for Con gress. Beeches is plucking up a little cour age. He says he honors Greeley for his conduct in signing the bail bond, and would have done the same himself if he had been asked. At a...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 June 1867

URBANA isimkk UNION. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAVS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED ST ATE S."-Lsst Words op Stephen A. Douglas. VOLUME YI, XO. 13. UHI3A.lSr, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1867. WHOLE KUHBER2ii. Urban a union. d-. -v . houx, Orricfe: Clitunnaiirn National Bar.kBnH.Hns, second and tbirdiloors,) uetit'ortli Mam street, ticartue Square. T F K m s: ?- 00 p(,r .irnnm, Invariably in ad- vatiie. l,2o for Six Months. LAW OF IEWSPAPERS: l-.?nb?crit)crt uodonot ifivexircFnot!ce to tlicpapcr. & If sulwriliersordcr the lijcontintiancc ol tfceirpcriodicals.the publisher may coutinue to gendthein until alUrrearairei- are paid 8 Ifubiijriberftn!r!ectur refuse to take their periodicals fromtheolliceto whiclithey weredi re"ti;d,thcv areheld responsible till they have tCt'tlcd the'bill and ordered them discontinued. 4 If-iuhserioersrtfmoveto otherplaees with out informinetbc nablisher, and tlie papers are gent to theformer direction, they arc held re- VheCnnrtsliavc decided Uh...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 June 1867

WEDMBSDAY BVBWIKG June 10, 1SG7. I" '. i .:?-, OOi year, payable 1n advance A l irc6, .W.lIoux.Urbana.Ohio. The CJstOHof fliarts thtUnionof Hands TUc Union ol Statesnonecansever; The Union of Lakea the Union of Lands Aud UicFlac or Ocb Union Forever! " Tha States ef the Union with Union of I-, . ' the States." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Election Tuesday, October 8, l'M7. For Governor-::.;. ..ALLEV G. THURNf AN Lieutenant Uovertlor DANIEL S. UHL Trv-wurer of SUte COCHRAN FULTON Anlitor of Slate'.... JOHN McELWEE Attorncv GehcraL., FRANK H. HURD Supreme .ImV-S THOMAS M.KEY C tni. of Treasnrj WILLIAM SHERIDAN Mem. Board Pub. Works.. .ARTHUR HUGHES JOHN H. SURRATT. The trial of Surratt, has commenced at 'Washington, after many delays on the part of the Government, always procur ed on the, alleged ahsence of witnesses. "When tin case was called for trial on Monday jthe. 10th of June, the Govern merit ' Attorney niade a motion to set aside the array of jurors who had been summoned, for the ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 June 1867

KICINNXTKt)AYTON EASTERNS. R. j rijfi l.i w o'A 1st)?. V -i Two Daily Tuaimb Ech Way pass trtraaa, jfSundavs Eicepted.) Passing ioLTH 5.0 . m., tnd 2 OSp. m.,con aceU at Davton. for Cincinaali dwvrt. Passiso 'obii 110" to-. 9-30 p. iu. RLsII R. SLOAN, Pres'U J. H. POTTER, fenp't. J. P. PIS DAK, Agent, Urban. COLUMBUS k INDIAN ApOLISCENT'LRY. ' J " ' r , , --r-,i: r On and after M:iv loth, 167, Trains on this Railway will liaee Urban Station as follows: GOING WEST. Nitrht Express 2,12, A M Western Express J. Day Express 2,00, P M GUI3G IA6T. Tar Evnres ll.-JS, A M I'it'Ubnrir Express '. JJ Niglrt Express i.v12;03, . JAS.H.BKOWN, Agent. ATLANTIC t CREAT WESTERN BY. 22. 2 ySS Change of time on the A. A G. V.K:R.:taknrg effect on Juucllii- 12th, Vo. 1 Accommodation " 3 Xiirht Express " 11 Way Frciirlit ' IT Express Freight GOING EAST. o. 2 Accommodation - " 4 N icl-t Evrtf - . ... .1- ., E- . I . 2 tin, P. M. 3.i5. A. M. .. 1, JO, P.M. ... 9,10, " " . A. M. ... 9,10, P.M. 1.10, ' is New...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 June 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. Never ekHo at the expense of your religion or jour Bible. It is a good thing to have utility and beauty combined, as tho poor washer woman said when Bbe used her thirteen children for clothespins. Barn'L'ji has sold his place at Bridge port, "Lindencroft " for 75,000 and left the State, which had become quite too distasteful to him since the election A MoitM'AN female seminary was re cently started in Salt Lake City., which succeeded very well, until the principal eloped with, and married the whole school. Said a dying father to fcis son: 'Bear it in "blind, my son, through your life, as the long experience of mine, never to drink sweetened liquors or trust a cock eyed man." A teet little girl boasted to one of ter young friends that " her father kept a carriage." To which the other girl triumphantly replied: "Ah! bat my father djWcs an omnibus." The sweetest word in our lanpuage is love. The greatest word God. The word expressing the shortest time now. The three...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
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