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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 13 November 1867

UNION in. ...a. VOLUME VI. NO. 31. "TELL THEE! TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD UEBAM, OHIO, "WEDNESDAY, THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." NOVEMBEE 13, 1867. Words of Stephen A. Douglas. WHOLE NtllBEH 292, (JRBAXA UXIOX. W. IIOUI, I R O ) ruc-E: Ciia'iiD.'u.'n National B.i.k Bui '.''.ins, ( tecoud third doors,) Yv'e&t.-iideNortLMuiii-itreet.neartlic i'luare. I'iuus: 00 per annum, inrarially iu ad vance. $l,-")f'jrii Mouths. UW OF IEWSPAPEBI: 1. Jdbscriuermuo Jo uct jivcexurMniotice tut lie outriry,are?ousidtTcuae iuiti(:toi:oii tiaue their iuitscriitioub to tlie paper. i. It' lalncrilien-.jrder the tiscontinuance ol their eriodical, the publisher may continue to end them until nil irrcaract are paia 3 If subscribers ncletlor refui-r lotaketbeir . . j ; periodical from the oliioeto wbicL they wredi- - .-ectd,tuey areneio responsioic uiiiuvu.c ettled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. IfiubscnbtrsrcmovetoottierpiacM oat infjrmingthc onuiishcr. andUuij)aperi:ire lenttotber...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 13 November 1867

JAY STDWlirO 3o r. .'?.t:-JJ,00a?aVpiTai-Viii advance. AUrctf, J'.'W.lPo' , Urban Ohio, " ' ' J 1 " ?eC'ioNof '.larts thtCniouofllands The Cnioa SUtenonecnevcr; Thc I'nif f tke tfceUoroa of Land . iudcU Fu Oo Csro ForcTer! j j i 'nrTnT'S':3fcj et llTCnlon with Union of, 'if, taie." ' THE REPUDIATORS-AND WHO THEY ARE. - JLtih lea il; t:.i y-' " '- - , y Tti f of a ..repudiate (face meant,- we 5;ditoroc of;wif5 when dlrrce was an ficifrf n:ccti9a by -thfc husband only. - Id tfrne it carhe to mean the act by which Stale rejjctad,an obliga'tioa" prerioAM- - 3. r .. . ... . l,t5,, J; Th8 term has i been VpptieJ very freely ift late to those who favor a tax . upon Government bonds And mora freely to tie- who fa voir .th payment of the f Pablia Debts is Greenbacks. '. f JTe UitBAKJl tTxidV las not favored the latter process of paying the debt in t-'Qreenbaeki'-oot on account of any broacbr bt faith involved in it, bat fur thii reason, thaTit is giving snaction to-that Illegal exercise 'of ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 13 November 1867

&iMMMWATUPYTJM CAST CRM R.R. No change-of Cars between Crbanaand Cin cinnati. . But one change of Can between Lrbma and feutfalo. Tim M quick and are la low a by any other route. CTS and afterSoncUy Ansrost 25th. 1867 and un til further notice Two Daily Trains will pau Ur bana (Suodaya excepted) aa follows: aoCTBWaKD aKil'HB, 5.15 a id., add I.ii) I'.rd., cor-nects at Springfield wit'u L. XI. R.R.; t Dnvtoofurthe West, arriving at Cincinnati at iO.JO also , and 4,5 p.n. OBTBW4D BOCKD. 10,45 a m , and 10.55 p.ra.,conneH'.us East and Weft at Bjllelontaitie, Forest, and Clyde and at Sandusky with BuaU for Ketiey'a Ulaad, Put in Bay, Detroit ana me uppr uses 1 "asscnir L-ra leaving C.neiu.iati ri C. H. & D. RK at ti 10a .u., and 6.1. p. in.. arrive at Lrtmut at 10,a.ni., and 1,55 p.m., without charge of Pisscnere by this P.n-.itc arrive in Cincinnati S Traina J. C. WILLI AXIS, fcup t. 3. V. I'lSDAK, Aent, Lrbaua. COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENT'L RY. fit "Z.:i3IE On and after C...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 13 November 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. g . 7.v lis o'3 ape, ?Ir. Boctsnan ti been made an fconorarj member of a Penn- r; A Jhiw Okleass -wiJoir, on the inn- y idcf forty, hat jast taken to her- ThE&i; i a tarry family in Vermont, irlere the h-;brtd cd vi!'e liire togeth r -J 1 Lit; s. . t i ea (or reojer. Jcliah aay that Colfax aimi to be CtiTtrBor of ladians o that he may be 'wotta the Seaste, that being the Indi aca method. - - 5 Tei late EacTish Admiral, Kelly, be ouestbed $100,000 to be applied to the education of sons of naval officer, and euch olLers as the trustees may approre. A bact!AL joker in England eatu rated the haif of a Bleeping companion with naphtha, and et it on fire. The laufh came io when ha was sent to jail. A Catholic Cathedral is to be built in ' ft. Louis four hundred feet long and one hundred and fifty wide. It ii intended - to make it the most magnificent -edifice I tt the kind in the country. ; A pastes, Trith her two euhs, attract- fd by the crying of an id fan t, sudd...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 20 November 1867

TBPATUA rr t MTfTW it i 11 i r - - r , , - -i rv .....iv-'r-rrvt "TELL THEE! TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."- Wobm or Sjvrast A.Ewtlas. ; : - - " . . i .. l. 1 ur i if, am VOLUME VI. XO. 35. UHI3A."A., OHIO, "WEDNESDAY, 2STO"V;EMBER 20, 1S67. WHOLE KUHBEB 3r LTKBANA UNION, W . HOVX, PK.03E'R. O prirE: Champaign National Bar,kBuiMii?, f second and third rioorg,) WctUideNortLilaiu treet,nearthe Square. 1'kks: 00 per annum, invariably in ad vDce. 1,25 forSii MoUhB. UW BF IEWSPAPERS: 1 .3 ubacribertwbodo not ifiveciprc snotice tot Becoutrary.areeoii&idercdaBwiehiuytocou tinuetheirsubscriplioni to tbepaper. a. If subscriber order the discontinuance oi theirieriodic;ils,tlic publisher may continue to send t bum until ali arrearages are paid. 3. Ifsubscribers net-lector refuse tot uke their pcriodicalsfroin theoirketo wbicbthey weredi-,-ected.they areheld responsible till they have acttlcdthe bill andordered tbeinaistontiuued. 4 . If subscribers remo...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 20 November 1867

1 I? 13 AN A UNION wmniri! m uatt -vh whig Sbv. 2(r, 1SGT. ri: Addrcss, 2,00 yer, pTfc!e in advance. J. W.KocX, Urban, Ohio. Th I Usioii o f Hearts th fUnlon of Hand iTierii of States noneeanaever; The Coion of Lakes the Union of Land V-itnd!,h.e?ia.o or Oca Ciojs Forever! ' 7h State ef the Union with Union of -"-.r." 1V. the Stetes." RESCIND-RESCIND. ' Tex iait General Assembly of the Eta'f of Ohio passed a Resolution to iJojt the Fourteenth Amendment to the 'Constitution cf the United States. That pretended -amendment which ia anothe atop in Revolution and in the overturn c the States, undertakes to say that peroni born in the United States shall fee citizens of the United States and of thsr Stale where ikey reside, and that Congress shall hare power to enforce this ly appropriate legislation : Under this 'provision if adopted, every Bureau Ne gro of the South can ba sent into Ohio and made a citizen of Ohio and subject to whatever a Whisky-bought Congress may bs driven to do. &am...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 20 November 1867

Cl N CI N S OATJOH CA STERNR-R- LfMngc of tuiu August -"i, 1S4.. Vo change of Cars between Urbana and Cin cinnati. , . , , But one change of Care between Lrbma aui buiUlo. , Time as quick and fare as low as by any other "oii'and after Sunday Anrut 2"ith, 1W7 and rni til further notice Two Daily Trains will pass Ur ban (Sundnya excepted) aa follows: . ... a,:cr,.i,t (.15 "HQ (l.a., C'nn.ir .1, ,-r....k iritu L.M. R.H.; aiDaUonfortiie VcsUarnvics t ('MicinnaU at 10 20 a. in,, and 5,55 p.m. at lcu,nmUWABi; lOUa-m andl0 55p.m.,connectiniEaand X'XV ijav, Detioit and the upper Lakes. f naserei-rs leavins Cincinnati ria C. H. S U. RR atblOam and ei,15 p.ni-.arriTe at Lrbaua t 10,-15 a.m., and"l0,55 p.m., without charge of Cpaiscn!:ers by this Route arrire in Cincinnati advance of any other line New and Commodious Bicoj.m Trains. J- C. Wi.LiAJia, up t. J. F. PINDAR, Agent, L rbana. COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENT'L RY. On and after Oct. zisi, Railway will pass Lrbana Station as follows. GO...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 20 November 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. As eld lady died ia-Maine recently, wh". t- war, had fStj descend ant i i . ' " army. . ; i . I'zi p . cotilog in witli the forn fashions. U-Aio' Las p ot tfp $3,000,000 worth cf luiIr.J tl preseut year. Am Alexandrian nerro recently ate 80 Yi d' "a wer.,ile Btill lives. J e I atiosal bank system goes un der, odj looks will be aablae Jay. Lo etU Courier. 1. .a , '.I l!.e rice aEked for the N. T. Herald establishment is eleven hun dre ' --;-n3 ia fold.'- "--, JL'ei opening of a grave in Ilarris bnrg has ehowa that silk dresses last longer than banian bones, A FEEKcn woman whose hair grows twelve incr.ea a year, has realized four hun--! dollar! from its Eale. Vis, h i -no 'more of lion. Columbus Delano's contesting the Thirteenth Ohio Dis!- t. Ihe district pave Thurman cv, J,l 03 -fcaiority. " WaL'E has the impudence to pretend to -f peat lor Uuio. lie eeenis disposed to forget that she has spoken lor tc J Horace Greelet went peacefully to BleC.. c; tr.e Etace cf t...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 November 1867

UNION. HKfi- A 11 Hi HI 1 YJ VI .ui ; TELL THEHTO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."-last Wobdsof SnrnEr A.Dacw URI3A.lsr, OHIO, WEDKESDAyrKOYEMBEE 27, 1867. MOLE KHMER VOLUME VI. NO. 36. URBANA UNION J . W. IX OUX, IIlOP'Il. OrriCE: Champaign National Bar.k)m!dinr, ( aecoSid l third Moors,) Wettside NorthMaiu strect.nearlhe gqnare. TciiMsf 2 00 per annum, invariably in ad vance. l,20forSix Months. aw iir nwtpirni! 1 .Subscribers who do not irtvecxpref snotice loineconrriry.arcconsiaereaas w iMiiugiuLuu tiuuct hcirsubseriptione, to thcpapcr. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their oerhjei icaU. the pubiishc r may continue to Bend them anl il all arrearage are paid. 3. If subscribers neirlect or refuse to takctheir periodicals from the oliice to which the- were di rected, thev arehcid responsible till they have lettledthd'biH and ordered tbemdiscontinned. 4. Ifsubsoribertremoveto otherplaees with out inforniiiigtlii: -publisher, andthe pnpers...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 November 1867

"URBANA UNION. Xov. 27, 1SG7. Tubus: $2,00a year, pajijjle is adTance. Address, J.W.Koci,Ur:;ana,Ohio. TfftUifTOir f Hearts theTJnionof Hands TJisIifUo-nfSiateoofieeinsereT;'-. The Cnk 2oCLkes the Union of l-nnds Xjip4e F jrifl oirOcK Osios Forever! "JlxJ-islsa f the Union with Union of ...the States.'', -. CONGRESS "SO-CALLED." Tbj First Thousand Dollar mea have ap'sTn nret rt TVasninston on the 21st Nor.; and axs clamin; to act a3 a Lon eres tSwucrli ther are well known be an unlawful body. If ten States re fuse to send members to Congress there is no way of compelling them to do and hence the remaining members shall not Je prevented from nsing the powers granted . them. But if a part of Con gress refuse admission to the members from ten States the act is revolution, and the body becomes at once unlawful and ilJUteir acts are void. This attempt at a session was for the special purpose of getting up an impeach ment of the President. They must ad joura by noon on first Monday in De ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 November 1867

gsilrorts. C! NCI N N ATI, DA YJONJSTEaNR. R. Change of tunc Aujiut '-Vt, IXj.. No change of Cars between UrUaua and Cin cinnati. hut one change of Cars between Lroina and Buffalo. Time xi quick and lare as low as Dj any oilier ronte. On anil after Sunday Anru't 2"ith, lOTand un til further notice Two Daily Trains will pass fr baea (Sundays excepted) as follows: SOUTHWARD BOCXD. 5,15 a.m., and 1.29 p.m., connect? at Sprint-field vith L. M. R.R.; at Dayton forthe Wet, arriving It Cincinnati at 10,29 a,m., and 5, ."5 p.m. jroatBWABD BOCSD. 10.45 a.m., and 10..15 p.m.,conneetin!r East and AT est at Bj'.lefontaiue, Forest, and Clyde and at Bandaskr with li-jnts for Kelloy's Island, Put in Bav, Detroit and the npper Lakes. fassenirers leavinir Cincinnati vit C. IT. fc D. K.R., at t,10.i.m., and 0,15 p.m., arrive at Urb.ius at 10.15 a.m., and I0,5o p.m., w ithout charge of Cars. Passengers by tliis Route arrirc in Cincinnati In advance of any otlur line. Sew and Commodious Blrcpmar Cars o...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 November 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. A. ILFtevtaet employs 2,000 men ia 111 Nevr York stores. . COT-FAX's antics are very much sub do. f'Ht" the Radical tangman. Thi Tribune calls Democracy a po rilla. It is t'.itast fiS setere as tailing H a Greeley t f ' T V l-tack JeT-cjsie? trStatc'CW Tetiuons i the South add Esq." to their names..! De. TJaRXES, the Bolar enrecon, ' . r . Kew York, eanWrizeacanccrsand thetlike by concentrated sunlight. Thb Indian on the border Las buried the hatchet. It was in the brain of an Or-1" x :i.!!er; betted West."'! t:;r A EcsolAS Yio!h)it named Brodslcy, only fifteen years old, baa taken the first prire at tbe- Tienna Conservatory. Radicals styled Grant "a mere mili tary adventurer " when he made his re port abost the loyal whites at (he Sooth. TffB Grand Anrry of the Republic hasn't drilled so much as formerly. It failed to come te- time at tbe recent elec tion " 't ; 1 :f . A damsel in Boston recently borrow ed five hundred dollars, and gave herself as 'collateral." ...

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

: -' it T1T1 TIN A TST A p'ffa m-- J J k V ! A mLr TT "V T T IT T X 111 N o "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES'-lsx Words of Steex A. Docglas, . - VOLUME VI. XO. 37, UKI3A.V, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1867. WHOLE KMBER 295.: . URBAN A TJXIOX vv. ii o ux, phop'r. O rriCE: Cliatnpaisn National B lnkBtiildinc, ( second and tuird lioore,) WttliidcNortbMiu itreet.nearthe Square. f ism: f 3 00 per annnm, invariably in ad vance. tl,25forSix Months. LAW OF IEWSPAPERS: l.Sabacribtrm bodo not ;rii cexpref fnotice to t li e contrary .arc considered a wi.sUiujitocon tinue t a eir subscript ions to the pa er. '!. If sul'-eriljert-order Ibc liscuntinuance ot their crindieals, t be pubiUbcr may eoulinuc to sendthciu mttij all .irreurnires arc paid. 3. lfsutiscnbcrs uei'lect or relut-etoUKet 'icir periodic-alf t'roiu tlicoilici-to wliicl. tlu-y were di rected, tliey art-held responsible t ill tlu-y have lettled the'ltill aud ordered tuein liscoiitiuticd....

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 December 1867

TJRBANA UNION. Dec. 4, 1867. Tunics: i,O0year, parable In advance, Address, J.W.Hooi,Urtana,Ohio TatUtoof Hearts theUnionof Hand Tk Cnio n o i 3 Ute s non e can ere r ; The Union of Lakes the Union of Land . AndtheFia-QorOcBUsiosForeTer! Th Stfe ef the Union with Union of the State." THANKSGIVING. Thk observance of a day for Ttanls civice once i year is becoming more com mnn a ii fives another holiday. We cannot say that the body of the people are becomins any more religions. The Cincinnati papers of Friday are filled with sermons delivered on the pre Tious day. The Cincinnati Gazette has fnnr and the Commercial five. One of the number is void of offensive matter. the others contain some improper drag ing in of party politics. One of them by a Baptist Minister is more indecent than all the rest. He evidently thinks it Tery deplorable that a majority of the people do not think as he does about negro voting and Reconstruction. The ministers generally seem to have been thankful for thi...

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 December 1867

Railroads. CINCINNATI) DAYTON 5.STERNR.R. Change -Vjp- 'tn-, lMj7 "o change of Care between Urban and Cin cinnati. But one change of Cars between Lrbma and Buffalo. Tiin as quick and tire ai low 13 by any other route. On and afterSunday iv. 24;h, 1ST.7 and tin til funber notice Two Daily T ruins will pass Ur bana (Sundays excepted i as follows: SOrTHWAUD BOl'SD. 5.15 a.m., and 1.35 p.m., connect' at Springfield with L. i. R.R.; at Dayton for the West, arriving tl Cincinnati at 10,J5 a.m., and 6,'5 p.m. SOUTHWARD BOUND. 12.54 am., and 11.05 p.m., connecting East and Wet at it Sand fcav Pas R.R.. at 7 .45 a.m.. and 5.15 p.m.. arrive at I'rbaus at 12.54 a.m., and 11,05 I'.ia., witiiout charge of Cars. New and Commodious sli-cpin Cars on Nii'ht Trains J. C. WILLIAMS, Sup't. J. 1. PINDAR, A;eut, Urbana. -t at B-iletontaine, forwt, and Clyde and at duskv with BU for Keller's Island, l'ut in .Detroit and the upp-r Lakes. assengers leaving C in' innati i it C. IT. it D. COLUMBUS &. INDI...

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 December 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. Calfbiks Bats, with the Lair on, are WorSi?r:s;:;HV.' , Ir Colt's pistol bas six barrels, how Hiany barrel OUgat a Horse ;pl.St01 tOjj-n ' 1" Wood, alone; tic r. - y, . acinCl.aiIroad, sells at from" twentr-fite to s Lundred ... dollars peMjord. -t n ?s 1ViVi ii-'a prote preacher lileitiie middle of a wheel? Because the fellows around him are tirsd. CnA5Qi for the worce A fellow who j . , . i j uau Deen oorapiaioeu ui 'J '."5 loose, concluded to go about tight TwisTY-riTi doctors, all of whom hare Borne time practiced medicine, are cSatiected with the New York press. A tocno lady in England found papa had put a check for 50,000 under her wedding breakfast plate.' Dear papa. Facts should always be stated in black and white. Anything written in red ink of course appears ink-red-ible. Miss Margaret Stone, aged 112, died in Harrisbnrg last Saturday. Her life, was cut fihort by a fall down stairs. ITHYare th Radical no -grocery " organs like Weston, the pedesir'-an ? ...

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 December 1867

UNION. K K A A 50- ... t i I. i i hi , .I, . I. . , , "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE .LAWS AND .UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."-Last Wobds of Stephen A. Docgla VOLUME YI. XO. 38. ; " UEBAXA, OHIO, WEDKESDAY DECEMBER 11, 1867. WHOIE NUMBER 29$. " ; . f - i ". . . URBAN A UNION. 0 rriCT: CaaTnpalin National B.isfe8ntM!ng. ( ceondand thir l lours,) WettsideN'ortLMaiu atreet.nearthe Square. ';, . 1'eiimS: i ' O'J ptr unnmli, invariably in ad vance. $1,25 foriix Months. . r , - Utf OF REWSPAPESSi 1 . Sa'jscriLicrt ho do not .rivt-ixprc-f fnotice to t lac 3-mirirv.arc -out-i.lcrcuas wish Inc. tocon tiuue t licir s jOscriptioiifc to the paper. I. It suo-e.-ribcrs order tiie Uscoiitint'-nnee of thtjir periodicals, the publisher uir.y continue to end : hem until :ill invar itres are paid. 3. It'-iiriscrilM'n-iK-trlwt or refuse to take their periodicals from t he -mice to which they were di rect ed ,t 'lev an-tie. M responsible till they have tettlcdtlre'lilll and ordered t!im lieconti...

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 December 1867

TJRBANA UNION. Dec. 11, 1867. Addretc, ! J,00 jear, parable in advance. J.W.Hoci.Urbana.Ohio. Tw tjBlcw r Hearta ti 0nfon o f Hand Tie Union of Slate none can sever; The Cn!o-n of Like the Union of Land Andflie Flag or Ocb CsiosForeTt r! " The State ef the Union with Union of the Stites." THE REVOLUTION—ITS INSIDE WORKING. Eiadib! note the account given m the Cincinnati Commercial of 5th Dec and which we hero copy, of meeting of the ReToTutioniats in Congresa-jast then leld. Read it carefully ; and yon' will mnderatand, as perhaps, you have not understood before, the trne nature of what they are please! to call Reconttrve tio. The Southern States were never ut of the Union and could not be with out onr consent They never lost their State Government, and could not with eut their own consent. The Usurpation ef power over these States by Congress, is avowedly, not for the Restoration of Union, is not meant for the good of the Stales, or for the welfare of the country, but simply and pu...

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 December 1867

CINCINNATI, DAYTOEASTERNR.R. Change of tui .V. 1XT. No change of Curs between Crbana and Cin- "buIo'dc change of Cars between XTrbina ud BuiUIo. Time is quick md fare a low ad bj any oilier '"on'mnd after Sund-iT Not. 24th, 1867 nd un til further notice Two Daily Tralbf will pass Vr-bana(SuudH)- excepted) as follows: OCTHWAKD BOCSD. 5 15 am., and 1.35 p.m., connects t Springfield wltu L. M. R.K.; at Dayton fortuc West, arriving at Cincinnati al HUo a".iu , and 6,25 p.m. SOBTBWaUO BOCD. 12.54 a m., and 11.05 p.m.,connectinsc East and West at Bjlletontaine. Forest, and Clyde and at 8andukj with Boata for Kelky'e bland, Put in Bay, Detroit and the upper Lake. Passengers leavius Cincinnati ma C. H. S D. R R at 7 45 a.m., and 5,45 p.m., arrive at L ruauf. at li',54 a.itt., and U.Oop.io-, without charge of Cars. ... . , New and Commodious glcernnj Cars on iL'Ut Trains J- C. WILLIAMS, dup t. J. P. PINDAR, A;cnt, Crbana. COLUMBUS & INDIANA CENTRAL JtY. On and after Dec. 8th, 117, Trains...

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 December 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. Sentimental exercise-'vVomcn's eyes fwtni:a a teae: T 5 i Wnts a ta.-ihf person de-lines an in yitation can it be called a plump refu al? The bant thitr fi ycrcth- wih to draw oa tile jaiikhere fit wiltLtbjine rows. A fellow whose eldest daughter weighs efTty-',rlfi9'Apoo!!a".-Bajs Le has a dat0bwr too iiT ; - . , .. ,i A Feesch doctor says that the fer mented milk of mares will cure coa gumption. r TnE Kansas City Typographical Union has a handsome new seal, with a cut of Artemtw Ward la the center.." The cost of .the or'rnal Capitol at Washington eity was "$1,400,000. The additions, now nearly completed, will cost $12,000,000. One McXeeley ran against time at Terre Haute, Int., on the 1st. lie made three .mile id 17 minutes and3t seconds, wign'iog 50.M t f flf.il! A Massachusetts wif recently ob served the tenth anniversary of her wed ding by gathering all the 'tin' about the house and eloping. .. r Me. Geo. H. T'entjLEton's grandfath er was the second of Gener...

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