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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 4 September 1867

URBANA UNION. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Las "VYords of Stephen a. Douglas. VOLUME YI.-X0. 24. U:RJ3An, OHIO, "WEDISTESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4s 1867. WHOLE NUMBER 282. URBAN A UNION. Office: Champaign National Bar,kBniMinr, ( second and tliird doors,) WefctsideXortliMaiu Itreet.netrtbe Square. Tebxs: ti 00 per nnnm, invariably in ad vance. 1 1,25 for Six Month6. I AW tf IEWSFAPEIS: l.SabscribertwiiO do not givesxpree motice to the contrary, arc :oaidcrtu as wUuiugtocou tinaetbeira aoscriptions to tuepaper. 2. If subscribertordcr the liscootinnnnce of their periodicals, t lie publisher ma; cnutinneto (end them until all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers neslect or refute to take their periodicalefromtheotliceto which they weredi ."8cted,tney arehuld responsible till they have settled the bill and ordered theui discontinued. 4. 1 fiubscribere remove to other places with out informing the publisher, and the papers are entto theformer di...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 4 September 1867

U RBAXA JINION. WBOWBaDAT B VEWIMG S-rf. 4, 1SG7. Ti t-,O0i year, payable in aJvanre. AIdrc. J.W.U(XiTCrban,Ohio. Ta,JlT''0of learts thcUnionof Hands TfceUniomif States nonecansever; The CVion of Lakes the Union of Lands And the FlaoofOcbUmos Forever! Tfca States ef the Union with Union of the Statei." DEKQCRATICSTATE TICKET Election Taewlay, October 8, IS07. Tot OoTernor ALLE G. TITCR AN Lieutenant Governor DANIEL S. I HL Tr.nrnr of State COCHRAN FULTON Auditor of Sutc JO IIS McEI.WF.E Attorney General FRANK H. HURD Punrcmc Jodu'e THOMAS M.KEY f .m,.. of Tnarr WILLIAM SHERIDAN Hera. Board Pub. Works.. .ARTHUR UUGLIX3 CS COHrrtTmOSiLaSIEXDMEST.CIVISO KEG ROES IU RIGF1T TO VOTE AlfD HOLD Ol'FlCE. Tor Senator BENRY T. XILES. of Champaign MR. VALLANDIGHAM. This gentleman is to make a Speech 5a Urbana on Monday next the Oth Sep tember. Of course he will have a large aadieoee to hear him, for he has many admirers in his own party and they will he there. And the curiosity of Repub Jicans ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 4 September 1867

rmr.MMATuDAYTOM EASTERN R,R. Change nfti.ne Afjiud AVA, li7. No change of Cars bitwtcn Urbana and Cin- But one change of Care between Lrbma and Time as qnick and fare as low as by any other route. On and after Snndav Aneust SXth, 1st. and un til further notice Two Daily Trains will yisa L'r bana i.3uud:iy excepted) a follows: SOCTBWAKD BOIXD. S.15 a.m., nnd 1.29 p.m., connects at SpriniriJeld with L. M. R.K.; at Itaytonfc'Mlie Wet, arriving at CiueiuuaU at 10,-0 a.m., and 5,55 p.m. KOItTUWAHD BOOiD. 10.45 a m., and 10.55 p.m.,conncctinc East and West at BIU'funUine, Forest, and Clyde and at pHndnsky with Boats for Kelley's It laud, Put iu bav, Detroit and the ujiper Lakes. f Prtfen;rers leavine Cincinnati cin C. IT. & D. R R At li 10 a.m.. and ti.15 p.m.. arrive at Urbana at 10,5 a.m., axid 10,55 p.m., witouut cbarjre of Car. . , l- P;isen!rer by this Route arnTe lu Cincinnati iu adT.mce of any other line. New aud Commodious Sleeping Car on ii:ht Trains J. C. WILLlAXId, Sjip't. ...

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

Our Omnibus Budget. JTTrr Tb k Ctj fsrt of Australia fjf five dollars a Lalf-pint. 1 ' White silk umbrellas are tba latest noveltv in '"cntlemcu's attire.' Thn. Buftiotl Post elironitles a case wliorel a man escaped hydrophobia by wearing a wooden leg. Theue is a vase at tbe Paris Exposi tion made of a EiDple turquoise, and is suiJ Mlfufoil at 2300,000 francs, i Tbeoitloo. of the annexation of Roxbirj'vto IjtoQ is to. be settled in September, by a vote of tbe two cities. Prevention is always better tban cure, or, as Charles Keade has it, 'Pro phylaxis is preferable to tlierapeusis.' A,Wclora paper is printed.ntire!y in red ink. An exchange says that the editor i3 determined to have his articles xei. '"! There is -a lady' at Saratoga who re cently married her fifth husdand. Could a greater compliment be paid the stern er sex ? h-lQTiikitCoTr6xeJ eighty-three iras married to Mrs. Rebecca Reehlcr, of eveDty-five summer?, in Indiana, near South Ben. , - Frances Josr.pn is Tporlei to Lav...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 September 1867

URBANA UNION --rr-g4'.. f f- rt--"-S "p "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAVS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STAT E S." Las Words of Stephen a. Douglas. VOLUME VI. NO. 25. UEBANA, OHIO, "WEDsTESDY, SEPTEMBEE 11, 1867. WHOtE NUMBER 283. (JRBAXA UNION J . w . no rr: Office: Champaign National Bar.k3alllini:, ( second and third duors,) WefctoiieNortL Maiu streot.cear the s-iuare. Tbsm: 1 00 per iisncra, Invariably in ad vance. 1,25 forSix MontLi. Ik Of KEWSPAPEBS: 1 aicriuernlio Ju nut .rivtoxpretniotice to t he jutrirj .arc.-oiifidereuas wisliiu tocou tinneiheiriu'jecrijitionii to tlii-papcr. 2. If $ubserilerrder the liscontinuance ol their ; jriodiealH. t he uuMit-lier may continue to eend ttiem until all irrearairet are paid. 8. If suhserilKTf ncL'ieet or refuse to take their period iealf from the oilit-e to wliiehtliey we re di rected. they are held responsible t ill tbcv have ettled tlie bill and ordered tliem iiecoiitinued. 4. I f s ubseriherp remove to other placeF with out inf...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 September 1867

BAY BTBlflWG 11, 1867. Sept, r tKi: li.OOi year, payable in. advince. AlJrtftE, J. W.Hocx, Urbana, Ohio. TaUtosof Hearts tht-Union of Hand TUeUnion ol StateBnonecanscrer; The Union of Lakes the Union of Landi AndtheFLi.GOFOcBUiOKForeTer! M The Statet ef the Union with Union of the StaiW DH'.OCFiTlCSTATE TICKET. Election Tuesday, October 8, 1S07. Tor Governor ALLEX TnUEAN Lieutenant Governor DANIELS I HI. Tourer of State COCH? .'u- tllnrnn flenor.i! FRANK H. HURL) Banreroe Jod:re THOMAS M KEY Cnmi). of Trc.iourv WILLI AM IIERIDAN Mem- Board Tub. Works ..ArVfiiUK IiL'GUES K C0SST1TCTI0SAL AMENDMENT, GIVISG KECR0E8 SUE BIGHT TO VOTI AN'D HOLD OITICE. "NO!" For Senator-HENRY T. XILES, of Champaign ECCLESIASTICAL POLITICK, CHURCHIANIC LOYALTY, STUDLEY RELIGION. Bbsolctions parsed bj one hundred nd fiftj Preachers at Urbana, on the 31st August in the year of Christian Teacc and Brotherly Love 1SG7. The Committee on the State of the Country, through their Secretary, Rev. "V7. S. Stndley, o...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 September 1867

CINCINNATI, DAYTON & EASTERN R.R. Ciauje "J time Aujuxt i"ih, 107. No change of Cars between Urbana and Cin- r'Ti nnt i But ode change of Cars between Urbma and 1 Buffalo. Tune as quick and fare as low as by any otlicr route. On and aficr Snnrtav Au:ru?t 2Mb., l'.Tand nn til further notice Two D .;!y Trains will pats L'r bana auuiLiys excepted; a follows: BonnwiKD BOUND. 5.15 a.m., and 1.29 p.m., connect? at Sprinirficld witu L. M. K.R.; at Dayton lorthe West, arriving at Cincinnati at 10,20 a.m , aud 5,55 p.m. sohtuwakd BoryD. 10.45 a.m., and 10.55 p.m .cfmnectini East and Wct at B--lklontain.', Foret, and Clyde and at fandnskv with Boat for Kellcy's Wand, hut iu Bav, Detroit and the uppT Lakes. Pasfenjers leavinff C incinnati via C. H. & D. R.R., at ti.10 a.ai., and 0.15 p.m.. arrive at l rbaui lit 10.45 a.m., and 10,50 p.m., without charge of Cant. . . Passcnsrers by this Route arrive in Cincinnati So advance of anv other line. Sew and Commodious h-ppin Car? on . iL'Ut Tr...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 September 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. Ah irrepressible relick-hunter carried eff Sherman's hat at Atchison. Ir you do not believe in negro snff rac do not vote for the men in favor of it. Tut Mnrri'iis nf Westminister man- . ,- 1 rii : , ei a;es to live comionaoij uu an lutuiue ui . ten thousand dollars a day. Sylvester Cobb has written more thaa fifty miles of storie3 for the New York Ledger, and is still at it. Jimmy Elliot, the ex-champion prize fighter of America, was sent to the work house in Detroit, Michigan, a few days since for vagrancy. This is a New York 'personal:' " Rose, it is useless you are too love ly to be trifled with. I am married. Benedict." Ir is supposed the new planet discov ered by Prof. J. C. Watson, of Ann Ar bor, Michigan, will be called after him. "Watson a name? X. Y. World. In the native town of Edward Everett, a Dew avenue, called by his name, has been opened, and in the sign-post his daguerreotype likeness has been inserted. At a fancy ball at the Union Hotel, Saratog...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 September 1867

ANA TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STAT ES." Last Worm or &rirniT a. Douglas. VOLUME YI. XO. 26. UHBA.Isr., OHIO, "WEDSTESDY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1867. WHOLE NUMBER 2S4. TTU ID UNION. r ' n - LTRBANA UNION r. TV. KOVX, I X. O I'3t-. Office: Champaign National Bar. k Building, ( second and third Boo re,) t-fctsiucNorthJlam street, neartbe e-qnare. Terms: t- 00 per arnnrn, invariably in ad Tince. f 1,25 forsii Months. IAW BF lEWSPAFEtS: 1 .Subscribers who do not giveexpreesnotlce iotnccontrry,areconsiGereua8wibiiingtocGii' tiauet heir snhscrint ions, to the paper. 2. If subscribers order thediscontinnance their periodicals, the pnblisher may continue fiendthem nnt il all arrears res are paid. S. If subecribersneelector refuse totaketlieir Deriodicals fromtheolliceto whichtncv wereui rected.thcy archcld responsible till tbcvuave ettledtlie bill and ordered tnematsconunueu 4 . Ifiabscribers remove to other places with on t infortninirthc publisher, an...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 September 1867

URBAN A UNION. Sept. IS, 18G7. r fxti: 2,00iyeir, payable in advance. AJJren, 1M .Hocx,Crbna,Ou!o. Ta V io o f flesiU t k eUalo b o t Hn 4 Tie Union of SUtesnonecanseTer; The Union of Lakes tbeUnioa of Londi ' A"ndt fre Fli.0 or Otb C!rtoForeTer! Th State ef Vn Union wltft Union cf - , ; . the State." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. ' Elctt'ioB Tuesday, Octobers, 1S0. TnTT,orerv.iT ALLEX G. TTITRM AN Lieutenant Governor DANIEL 8. I'HL .Trmnnrer of State COCHRAN FULTO" Zadttorof SUte JOHN McELWEE Attorney General FRANK tl. Hl'RD Supreme Judsre THOMAS M.KET Comp. of Trensnrv WILLIAM SHERIDAN Ken. Board rubWorks. ..A&TUCK II L" GILES cfnfgriTunosAL amixdmest, gitwo keorom TJJS RIGHT TO TOTI A!fD HOLD OFFICE. For Senator-EEXBY T. NILES, of Champaign ECCLESIASTICAL POLITICS, CHURCHIANIC LOYALTY. Resolutions passed by one hundred nd fifty Preacher at Urbana, on the 31st Adjust in the year of Christian Peace and Brotherly Love 1867. The Committee on the Stat of the Country, through their Secr...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 September 1867

Cincinnati, dayton ft t astern r.r Chaugt ojtvne Av'Jh 2-'A, 1V7. No ttase or cam "bhVom c'jmje of Cars between t'rbma and Buffalo. , . . Time as quick and fare as low as by any other On'and aftcrSoivdny Ammst 25th, ISGTand uti- til further notice iwo iuiy iraiMuijja i,r- baua (Suuo-iys excepted a iimua; SOCTHWABD BOO'D. S 15 a.m.. and 1.29 p.m., connect at Sprinirfield witu I. M. K.K.; at Dayton forth West, arriving at CinciuiiaU at iU,20 ani., and 3,o p.m. SOHTHWIBD BOUSD. 10.45 a.m and 10.55 p.m.,conncctin East and Wet at Bllefonuine, Forest, and Chdc and at Sandusky with Boats for Keller L-lund, Put in ii;iv. Detroit and the uipcr Lakes. Passemrers leavinjr C m iuDfttl ria C. H. & D. R.K., at u,10 a.m., and 6,15 p.m., arrive at Urban at 10,45 a.m., aad 10,50 p.m., without charge of Cars. Passengers by this Route arrive In Cincinnati In advance of any other line. New and Commodious Sieepirtir Cars on Nitrht Trains J. (J. WlLLlAilS, Hup L J. P. PINDAR, Agent, Urbana. COLUMBUS ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 September 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. is spending ?300.G0O in improvements, There are no fewer Hian 341 manu factories of false teeth in Taris. The Fenians and Spiritualists are eti'J EolJing their Conventions in Cleveland. The colored men of St. Louis bav .Bominatcd one of their number for al- tlcrman. Capt. Lott, of the Cnnardar Tersia, ' Tias crossed the Atlantic three hundred and forty-five times. Saxe gets one thousand dollars a year for his poems in the ledger, ana is ex pected to contribute one a week. "W. B. Bourse, once a carrier of the the Providence R. I. Journal, returns an income of 125,000 in San Francisco The lightning melted a rinu from the iflrwer or a youoe.lady ;t JYiibrahtm (Wt oVuer cay. ?'ae rnustet joung nan to replace it Ah Indianapolis father is blessed with an infant sonwith hands and feet fash nneA 'eiaetiv like cat's. The child is M perfectly healthy." The Empress Carlotta spends much of her time in painting. che lias 3 dot id ished viT tf- s fvr fa v-hich her huB ,ycd apf...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 25 September 1867

URBANA fSfm- UNION. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED S T AT ES."-Last Words or Stephen A.Douglas. VOLUME VI. XO. 27. URBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1867. WHOLE MMER 285. URBANA UNION -w. HOVX, phop'R. )rriCE: Chami.aiirn National Bar.k Buil.lintr, ( second and third doors,) WcetsideXorthMain- itreet.nearthe Square. Teems: ti 00 per annnra, invariably in ad vance. fl,25forSix Montba. UV OF IEWSPAPIII: 1 . i abscriberf who do not giveexpreepnotice tliepapcr. 5. If subscribers order the iiacontinnance of their jeriodicsla, the publisher may continoeto aendthera until allarrearaeesare paid. 3. If subscribers nesrlect or refuse to take their periodical from theotilce to which they were di rected, tbev areiield responsible till theyhave settled the'bill and ordered themdiscontinned. 4. mabs' ribersremoretoothcrplacea with out informine the publisher, and the papersare ienttot heformer'direction, they are held re sponsible. ... - . . 6. The Cour...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 25 September 1867

TTRH'-W V ITXION. rr...Jt: -- ( iTmDrfiisDAY BVEWiwotime Sept. 2J, 1S67. ! . . T i.K-s: !2,00. ycnf, payable in advance. A llrets, J.W.Uoix,Lruana,uiiio Tai u iosof risarts thctTniotof Hands ' Tke Caion ol StateenoCCcansevcr; Tha Uuioa of Lake the Union of Lands iAndtlieFiAGorOritUKiosForever! "Thi States ef the Union with Union of the States." DEI'DCBiTlC STATE TICKET. ltetiou Tuesday, October 8, 1S07. For Governor ALLEX G. TRURMAN I.Ictitenint (governor DANIELS. I'HI. Trevnrer of State COCHRAN" FULTON ABJitorof suite JOHN McEI.WEE Attorney General FR ANK U. HURT) fnnrcme Jndsre....: THOMAS M.KEY Oum;. of Treasury WILLIAM SHERIDAN ileal". Bjitd iut'. Works.. .ARTHUR HUGHES COMSTTTCTIONAL AMENDMENT, CIVISG SECROES j. IDS RIPHT TO VOTI ASD HOLD 01 F1CE. i6 Tat Scoitof-HEXEl' T. XILES, of Champaign CHURCHIANIC REPUBLICANS. a.1 Tei-I. IIoux.." Yes, they did tell tim, thus : '"The Quarterly meeting in the Metho dist Church begins in Urbana at 2 o'clock on . Saturday afternoon, and its r...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 25 September 1867

shilreats. -..itrnffRM!! R 'N'M'JATItDAYTOM S EASTERN rt.K. ? n - r-r- -n flmng of tint Awj'ut -V.'i, 1-Nji. No change of Cars between Vrbauaand Cin- C Ivit'one change of Ccts between Vrbma and BirT.ilo. Time a quick and fare as low as by any other front e. On and after Sirndny Anm'l 25th, ISO? and tin til furl Her notice Two Daily Trains w ill pass Ur bana (Sunday excepted a follows: r SOUTHWARD SOTKD. (5,15 a.m., and ls29p.m.. coroecat Springfield wita L, M. K.R.; at Dayton forth" Wet, arriving at Cincinnati at 10,'iO a.m , aud 5,53 p.m. KORTDWABD BOCXD. 10,45 a.m., and 10.55 p.m., connecting East and TVeM at Blletontaiiie, Forest, and Clyde and at fvuidnfky with Boats for Keller's Island, Put in Bay, Detroit and tlie upper Lakes. Passen'-T'TS ieaviuir Cincinnati via C. H.. & D. R.R., at 6,10 a.m., and i,l5 p.m.. arrive at Urban at 10.45 a.m., and 10,55 p.m., without charge of Cars. Paofenirers by this Route arrive in Cincinnati in advance of any other line. ew and UotuuiOUiou...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 25 September 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. Wht Is woman mending her stock fcg deformed ? Because her hands are Trbere ber feet belong. Col. Nelson Trcsler, Secretary of State of Indiana, has lately lost hiB wife and five children by congestive chills. A bar-keeper in St. Louis had his bed made up on the window-sill of the fourth story, and woke np to find himself in an ash-barrel on the pavement with a brok en back. Thi Brandreth Pill Base Ball Club, of New London, Conn., is to contest the 'muffin' championship with the Sozo donts and Night Blooming Cereuses, of Norwich. A paper published at the capital of New Mexico says that, out of a popula tion of 63,516 persons in that Territory, there re 57,233 who can-neither read aor Fhit. , f i ' A lady at Dubuque caught her hus band breaking up her hoops. Id two hours after, the unfortunate man was een at a drug store purchasing a bottle ef hair restorative. In Boston, the other day, a couple of boys picked up 83,000 in the street, which they delivered to the ow...

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

TTTT ON. "TO ID AWA rv vi r j ru 'TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STAT E S." Last Wobds or Stephen A. Douglas. UEBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2, 1867. WHOLE NUMBER 286. VOLUME VI. XO. 23. (JRBAXA UNION )rriCE: Champaiirn National Bark Buildinir, f second and third doors,) Wef tiideNortbMain atreet, near the S juarc. Teiisis: i 00 per annum, invariably in ad vance. $1,-5 forSix Months. LAW OF IEWSPAPEBS: 1. i-jijscriutrr who do not irive-'Xl'restnotice t )tLc .oulrary.areeotibidcreil.iswishiiittocon tiaue ilicir iu o-eritioiit to tbepapcr. i. It vjixTiburi-.M-dcr the liscontinuanoe ol !h:ir i :n Jical. the juiblis her may continue to Md 'i ;tii iiitii ill irreaniires are paid. 3. If j .senbe ;n-L'le lor relive intakctncir r.--ri- iv:i. .'Mill ! hv -r.Uvto which I bey weredi-5-t.!d,.:i.-v rcuM re-poiifible till they nave ittied' be'biil ind ordered tbem liseotitnnied. I If. 1 o.-ribcre remove to othornlaccs wtth 11 1 Lifir'niiiL'the i iliii-her, ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 2 October 1867

VR BAN A UNION. Oct. 2, 1SG7. r .'. i : J,00 a y ejr , payable i n advance. A tdrcsi, J.W.Horx,Crbana,Ohio. TatUstoso f Heart s tb (Union of Hands TUeCnionot Statesnonecansever; . The LTuionofLakee the Union of Lands AndtbeFi-AGorOuKUjuosForeTerl y - .. fi ' Tbi State f th Union with Union of ;i ... the States." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. Election Tuesday, October 8, N7. Tor fioTemor...;... Lieutenant Hovernor Tre-murer of liUite... Auditor of SUite: Attfirfiw teml .ALLEN G. TTIURMAV DANIELS. I'HL ...COCHRAN FULTON . JOHN MrELWEE FRANK H. HI RD rupritt Jaire ...THOMAS M.Ki-I Coliuf. Trewurr WILLIAM SHERIDAN Me a Board Pab. "Works.. .ARTHUR HUGHES cs coiffrrnrnosAL avbsdmest, gitiso negroes TEE RIGHT TO VOTI SD HOLD OFFICE. Tor satoT-EEMtT T. MLES. of Champaign TO THE VOTERS OF CHAMPAIGN COUNTY. t On Tnesdaj next the questions at issue before the people are to be decided at jtW polls. Too have heard them abocdaatly discussed during the cam paign but a brief review of the precise questi...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 2 October 1867

CINCINNATI, DAYTONHIJIASJERttJR. CT5T"C-Jicjlii ' Awjwi l:". No change oi v - - cinnaii. But one change of Cart between Urbma and Buffalo. . ., Time as quick and fare as low as by any other OiTand after Sunday Auiru't 25th. ISO? and un til further notice Two Daily Trains will pats Ur baDa (Sundays excepted) as follows: BOCTHWAKD BOISD. S.15 a.m., and 1.2a p.m., connects at Spnncflcia with L. M. R.K.; at L;ytouf.rtin' West, arriving at Cincinnati at iO.JO a.m , and 0,00 p.m. KOKTHWARD BOISD. 10.45 a.m., and 10.55 p.m., connecting East and West at B.-lltontaine, Forest, and Clyde and at Handusky with Boats for Kellev's Uland, Put in Bay, Detroit aud the upper Lakes. Pae-ensfers leaving Ciucinuali via C. II. & D. R.K.. at 0,10 a. ai., and 6.15 p.m.. arrive at Urban at 10,45 a.m., aud 10,55 p.m., without charge of Cars. Passengers by this Rente arrive in Cincinnati in advance of any other line. Vew and Commodious Sle-tdns Cars on Xizht Trains J. C. WILLIAMS, Sup't. J. P. PIN'DAR, A....

Publication Title: Urbana Union
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 2 October 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. A dangerous character the man who : takes lile'" cheerfully. Punch. Minnesota.- makes no fuss over turn- ins eut Cl00 barrels of flour per day. ! Style ie everything. A New York livery stable ewids a sign, JlAd de Jl.rse. A- Western Yankee has tickled the houJe-keepers by inventing a machine for washing dishes. A ly.rng Islander dropped a cup into a cistern, and in fishing for it hooked up .the body of his son. A three months bride in New Jersey tried to kill her husdand with an axe for axe-ing impertinent questions. " I will say that I am not now nor never was in favor of making voters or jurors of negroes." A. Lincoln. Is ITavana, the telegraph opperators are obliged to wear a uniform when on duty, and a Bword on state occasions. TnEBi is a fence made of pine stumps in Kennebunkport, Me., which has been on duty 150 years, and is good yet. (!) A Kentucky correspondent tells of a little 'irl he met, only eight years old. who had chewed tobacco for four years. She...

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