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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 December 1867

URBANA UNION. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." lst Words of Stephen a. Douglas. VOLUME VI. XO. 39. UEBANA, OHIO, "WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IS, 1867. TTIIOLE SOBER 297. LTB13ANA UXION. r. -W . HOTTX, I" 3. O "rncE: Chiimpaiirn National Bir.k Bnllding, ( (econd and third 4oor,) WestitideNorttiMaiu ttreet.nearthe S(nre. fiis:-!2 00 per innnm, Invariably In ad vance. $1,25 foriix Mouths. UW Of EWPAPE.Il 1. iabscriben ho Jo uol .rivtixprtstnoticc to the i ontriry .ire joniidereo;i6 wishing tocon tinue hcirmor-criptiont to tin-paper. i. If i aixeriiier order the. liscontinaance.of their jrniicnls, the pu!ililier may jontinut-to end:he.n mtilail irrcaniaet arc paid. 3. If iuoscriliem ii-i:lev t or rcl'tin toiakctheir periodicals .'rimi be i. Ice to which: hey W-Tfiii-.-acted. t icy -ire'ieid v.;pon-i!ile til! ill. y have eltled lhe!:!l ind ordered i belli lisroiitinued. 4. I ft rii rincr ro.a'n t to uthci .i!an itii-j ott i'lf r :ii;iL'tliu niiii-he...

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 December 1867

URBANA UNION. WBOITBSDAT EVHKIWCi Dec. 18, 1S6T. fen i: $3,00.1 jear, payabla in advance. illrtsi, J.W.Hocx,Urbana,Ohio Tn eCsios of Hearts t h (Union of tlandi Tie Union olStateenonecanteTer; Tae Union of Lakes the Union of Land a AHdtheFLiGor OfBUxioForeTCT! 1 Th States ef the Union with Union of the States." CONGRESS. This body met oa the 21st. Nov., as is known, for the purpose, as they avow ed, of controlling the President in his duties, not for doing their own duties. As tha regular session was by law re quire! to commence on the Frst Mon day in December, they sat till 12 o'clock on that Monday, when they adjourned and without leaving their seats began the new session, which they say is to kst till the end of President Johnson's term. The President Bent in his Annual Message, and by some breach of faith among newsp-iper publishers, the mes sage was printed ia the pipers of Balti more, Philadelphia and New York be fore it was read in the CongreiS. This dishonesty ia called news...

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 December 1867

riltDiHs. c.NaNNA3onosTjR.i Chanyr of Unit -Vw. Jo7. Xo change of Car between Urinnaand Cin cinnati. : Hit one tb:uije of Cars between Lrjma and; P.-.r.ln Tie as quick ana fire as low as by any other , route. 1 tt:ri tana .baud iva excepted) as follows: -. . . . n ! 5.15 a.m., nndl",J p.m.. connect? at sprnii-Peld nitti L Vi. K.R.: at invt.ufortiie ftr, arming acatitl(,,a.u,ad,3p.u.. j 1" M am and 11.05 p.ni.,couiicetini Eist and WeMat B :i:et2.t.ii.e, r'inx&Vt ?' 8an-J ifkv wiili B ats for Kellej s I.anJ, 1 ut in tfuv. Detroit and the ujinr Lake. ! Pas-en 'it leaving ( in'-iuiiati mi C. H. V D. RK at7Vax au.l 5 4.) p.m.. arrive at Urban?, M U.-la.'m.,aUd'n,a-,p.ui.. without charge of v,- and Commodious Slee;iiti'.' Cir on N irht j Trains J. C. WILLIAMS, Sup t. j p. piSDAR, Aient, Urbaua. j : C0LUM3US & INDIANA CENTRAL Kf On and after Dee. !Mh, lsT.7, Trains on this Railway will pass Croatia biatiou (auniiays Ex feptedfc follows: GoINO WSST. Night Express Western Ktpress Day...

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 December 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. In portions of Missouri, tLe corn crop was eaten bj wild deer. A newspaper io-Xortli Carolina letB put up iora rsfHe. In Minnesota C4.000 acres of public IauJs were sjIJ during tLe ruont'a of Oc tober. . It is stafju Unit tte English srtiy to le asiteJ ly forty elephants ALyssinia. The Darnsville Enterprise pays tmaMpox his troken ont ia Bealsvilie, I-Ionroe conuty, 0. The New Bedford Mercury thinks present style of bonnets are better cal culated for a Lbs than a blow. A deer was killeJ near CircleTille few daya a:o, the . first that has been teen in that region for ssveral yetr?. TnE fj'.lovr-ini epitaph on husband and wife U foun J in a Parisian cemetery: 'I am anxioi-lv expeciin vou A. D., 127." "Here I am A. b l"tl Jonx Brown, jr., of Put-in-Bay, of old John Brown, was taken to Lnnatio Asylum at Xewbur las week. It Is said the disease is hereditary in family. The Board of Aldermen elected Boston on Mondaj stands seven repub licans to five Democrat, and the Co...

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 December 1867

URBANA fiMJi: UNION. TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words or Stephen a. Douglas. UHBnTA., OHIO, -WEDNESDAY, DECEMBEE 25, 186' WHOLE NUMBER 203. VOLUME VI. XO. 40. (JRBAXA UNION. w . hovx, i o r-'iv. )ne: Chain pai(.-B National Bit.k Baildine, ( second and third doors,) WcbUideNortLMaiii jtreet.nearthe Square. faans: t'i 00 per annum, invariably in ad vance. tI,25forSix Months. LAW OF HEWJPAPEHIl 1 .iu jaoribtiswbo Juuut give jxprce f notice tiCUe joulrry,areeoiisidercu as wishing tocon tiuuetboiraiioseripliuue lo tut-paper. Z. If subscribers order the ltscontinuance of their urij jieuls, t be publisher may continue to send l tie ;u Uiit iJ all Arrearages are paid. 3. II'ui.ser:bersneirlerl or refuse I o take their periodicals I'roin t lieoMee to which t hev ere di rected .t hev areheld responsible till llu-yliave ieUledthe'bill and ordered tUem discontinued. 4. Ifvjb-icribcrsremoveto otherplaces with out informing t he publisher, a...

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 December 1867

TTBDJBSDAY EVBWIWG Dec. 2J, 1867. t utm: $ 1,00 x year, pijablf In advance. A-JJrtss, J.W.lIois.Urbaua.OLio. TnsUN'ioxo f rli.-irts t ht Union ofllandg 'Die Unioaol SUtrsnoneeaneever; Tte ITaionof Lakes icUirion of Land 6 And the Flag or Ocb Usiok Forevci ! y Tfvs States of fhe Union with Union of the States." THE IMPEACHMENT REPORTS. These reports are now distributed in document form, from the Govornment Press, and the public can make their own jadment on the arguments. The whole Documsnt embraces 111 pnges, of which the Majority Report occupies 59 pages ; that of TVilson and Woodbridge 46 pac; es end the renurks of Marshall and Eldridge C pages. It is to be regrettsd that the Jlouse and the Committee had not the benefit of proper law counsel, for the lack of which they hav been drawn into an in quiry both useless and expensive. It miht be expected that the Hou9 would be-" swayed by partisan indiscretion; bat : calmer' and juster riewi would be looked for, from a Committee on the J...

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 December 1867

giilrrals. r.lMCtNMATI.jiAYTON t EASTERN R.R, No tlimje of Cars betwea Urbana and Cin But one change of Cart between Urbina and ButUlo. Time quick and fare as low t3 by any other route. On and after Sunday Dec. 20nd. lSGi and un til further notice Two Daily Trains U1 pass Ur ban (Sandaja excepted; ae lulluwa: SOCTBWaBD BOC5D. 5.15 a m.. anl 2.15 cm., connects at Pprincfield with L. M. R.R.; at Dayton for the West, arriving at Ciuciiinati at iO.&i a.ra , and 6,ao p.m. JtORTHWAKD BOUND. 2.40 a.m.. and 10.5S p.m.,conncc-tine East and Weft at BHttfunUine. Forest, and Clyde and at Sandasln- witii Bo:iU for Kelley'a Island, Fut in BaT, Detroit and the uix-r L;iki. PmMnji-re leavintr Ciueiunati ria C. IT. fc D. T? K .1 :r. t and 5.45 u.m.. arrive at L'rhaiir. at 140 a.m., and LO.V i.tu-, without charge of Cars. N'ew and Commodious Slepi'in; Cars on i;Ut Traim J- C. WILLIAMS, Sup't. J. P. riSDAR, Aseut, Crbana. COLUMBUS & INDIANA CENTRAL RY. On and after D.-c 9tii, l-57. Trains on 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. — 25 December 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. A machine bas been inventeJ which 13 to be run by tie force of circumstan ces. " 'Come out here, and 1 11 lick the whole of you,' as the boy Eaid when he raw a lot of candy sticks in a store win dow, jj ; i ': : The m3t fait for the lease money having a pretty girl to fci's you on both cheeks, anJ then say 'I thought it was cc -asio Tom.' Walter Brown, the oarsman, has a friend who wi'l back him in any amount, that he can walk one hundred and ten miles in twenty-four hours. A woman in Richmond pent out her daughter for a loaf of bread, and forty -eiht hours after the sly lass returned with a loaf and a husband. Petitions are being circulated in va rious portions of the State, asking for the repeal of the present Road Law. That law has mighty few friends. Mb. Rogers, a wealthy vine-grower, of ,C!V.Dd. Ohio, has purchased 1.200 acrei ef land, in Middle Tennessee, and will devote the whole to grape culture. " What would you be, dearest," said Walter to his sweethear...

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 January 1868

URBAWA TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."-!! Words of Stxfhki A.Deuai VOLUME YI. NO. 41. UEBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JA.1STTJAHY 1, 1868. WHOLE NUMBER 299. : URBANA UNION. "W. HOUX, PROP'S.. Jvrica: Champaign National BatkBuilding, econd and third doors,) Westaide NortbMain t reet.nearthe Square. riEMS: $2 00 per annum, Invariably in ad vance. $l,25forSix Months. UV SF lEWtPAPIRS: 1 $abs cribertwho do not giveexpressuotlce to t he contrary ..reconsidered as wishing tocon tinne their subscriptions to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to tend them until all arrearages are paid. a. ii suoscribers neglect or reluseioiaaemeii periodicalsfromtheoificeto whichthey weredi .-ected.they areheld responsible tilltheyhave letwea tne Dili ana oraerea inemuiBcuuuuucu 4. I subscribers removeto othcrplaces with out informing the publisher, and the papereare enttotbeformer direction, they are ...

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 January 1868

URBAN A UNION. w m o mm r a.-x- n rairiMO Jan. 1, 1SC8. : t : fi.OO.i year, payable. In advance. llircii. J.W.Kocx.Crbana.Ohio rulnoiiir lartt thfUnoof HniJ The Union ut Statei none ca aerer; The Union of Lakes the Cnloa of Landi 4ndthfi.a8 0iOcUxiOJiroreTer! " The State ef the Union with Union of the State."- THE NEW YEAR. The First Day of the New Year is be coming, more and more, a day of kindly greeting among friends and neighbors. A day on which every son of toil may pause from hi labors and have rest and peae At home and oa which th over busy miod may eheck its career of anxiety and mingle.with the outer world again, and aeek anew its former friends Hos nttlitv angina it door and civea a wel- -1 c- come entrance to the glad and cheerful heart. The Urbana Ukios begs to share in th expression of general good will and make a kindly greeting to its friends and supporters, and to assure them anew of it devotion to the cause of virtue and of law, nd to that prosperity which follows t...

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 January 1868

grllrflsis. CINCINNATI, DAYTON EASTERN R.R. No change of Car between Crba.na and Cin cinnatL But one change of Car between Urbioa and Buffalo. Tiint a quick and far a low as by any other route. On and after Sunday Dec 22nd, 1S67 and un- IH luntier notice iwouaiiy trains win pas ur ban (Sundays excepted) a follow: BOCTHWAED bocsd. 6.12 a.m.. and 2,03 p.m., connect" at Sprinrfield witn L. it. R.R.; at Dayton forthe West, arriving at Cincinnati at 10.'A- a.m , and 0,59 p.m. Accomodation 6,14 p.m. SOBTHWAHD BOCXD. 12.36 a.m.. and 10.55 p.m., connecting East and "West at BllefonUine. Forest, and Clyde and at Sandusky with Boat for Keller's Island, Put in Bay, Detroit and tne upper Lakes. Accomodation 8,12 p.m. Passengers leaving; Cincinnati via C. H. fc D. R.R , at 7,45 a.m., and 5,45 p.m., arrive at Urbani t 123a a.m., and 10,55 p.m., without charge of Car. Sew and Commodious SWpine Cars on Night Trains J. C. WILLIAMS, Sup't. J. P. PIXDAR, Agent, Urban. COLUMBUS & INDIANA CENTRAL RY...

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 January 1868

Our Omnibus Budget. Teb nw rny regalalioi. requires te emits t ! five feet fire inches in feigt,. WiaLi,x Hict tf Ihi Thomai'on (Me ,) State Prison, owoe a chair 2.26 jeiM old. Somc of the stream iaWrahuieton Territory have very pretty names- re hotnish, SkaqaatEi'h and SncKinalimie. 3 Ass yourself before speaking ill of ny B5o:- Firt is itripttr second is i: lir. I? Thir l is it neee -fary? Most ut the great things have bin did by taking the chances. Pradenre has bat one eye, while fortune has a thou end. Mas. Ann Lambert, a sewing-girl at Nile, Mich., has fallen heiress to $50, 000 by the death ef an uncle ia Eng land. . . 4 V'- An nz was found dead io his stall at Sturliridge, Mass , the other night, with a knitting needle driven entirely through hi heart. Thx present cumber of tenements ia Portland, , Me., in eqacl to that before the fire in July, 1865, batrenU are still Tery high. A LADT of more wealth thsn culture applied at a bookstore recentlj for Dick en' noTel. Dsrid Coppe...

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 January 1868

mm a T T M TOM i j i i v m v ;j i m VOLUME VL X(l. 42 "TELL TH EH TO OBEY - i THE LAWS AND UPHOLD URBAN-A, OHIO, "WEDNESDAY, THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STAT E S." Last Words of Stephen a. Douglas. - . JA-lsTTJAHY 8, 186S. WHOLE NUMBER SCO. J ja..-.; ... . , -. .. .ni,..r'f.-li- 1- U.. ..i.-.M ,1. fi.. j.i i I . u.r ;r: loi-lici m.ij .-n.itiiiui to i. 1 1' ;u'!'Ti,i iieflut or rti uctr to takethei: peri lii-alei'rom t!c uiceto whivlubi-y wererti-.iCt-sd.tiiev ireiieid .-e-poiiM'jle till iliey have settled U e'bil! and ordered tbi m lic.ntiuned. 4. Ifiu'iscriliersreuioveto othcrolacc-6 with out iuforuiirisr ' lie publisher, and the papers :ire ent to tlicfruicr direction, they are held re sponsible. 5 The Courts have decided that refusmgto akeoerlodicalf from the olfice.orremovingand eaving t hem uncalled for, is prima facit evi dence of intentional fraud. BANKS. Citizsas National Sink. J. B. ARMSTRONG, - - PRES'T K. O. WILEY, - - - CASH'R c t Interert to holders of flitted State ...

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 January 1868

URBAXA UNION. Jan. 8, 1S6S. .- fa it,: iJ.OCj vear. parable in advance. A ljrcts, J.W. Hon, Urbana, Ohio. Ta Usiox of Hearts thtUnion of Hands Tke Union oi SutesnonecaDsever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands Andthe Flag or OrR UsiosForevei! "The States of the Union with Union of the States." Half Sheet. Our readers were in formed last week that they must not ex pect a number this weofc, an 1 it was then ourintentioato not priotone. Tbe large press was broken and we knew not how eoon we could get it repaired. Of course, we had the courtesy of Messrs. Saxton Brand to print on their machine, but the ,:troub!e'' was we had to take" two men out of onr office to "take" the broken part of the press to Springfield. All printers well know that this was not a fat "take."' Two reason", however, have induced us to get out a number rather "part" of one. 1. We had to print a number on account of some legal advertisements, (which must appear consecutively). These we overlooked. 2, Thanks to S...

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 January 1868
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 January 1868
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 January 1868

T TH-5 A - 7 A A. '- J !-" TELL THEM TO OBE Y THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."-! WorD9 or Stephen a. Doiclas. VOLLTMi: n. XO. 41 t r URB.YY, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JSTTJAJRY 15, 1868. H0LE ;XOBEK C01. U . 3 ' I AWV ( -4 Si: T d.-l 1 I -:.: s- rnu'lil' Jiilirt.l l ' li !i "cri- I: j-.tel t uiv n; in-ill "jsiMill-illle -Hi lbubavc s jttlcii Mid .rdcrtd tli l l:-.Btni:-li 1. ( I - ! -riour -.;!;i.n-to ollioi ,lacc witii r. i f'i ifir'.iin r,. . .l i.iishi r. nid lie -mvn ire tint ruMn I' inniT lin-ptimi, tho) :ir- licld re- s.nonsililc. ..... , n... itniin. Uvi l.'-iirii t I. t rercsir : to i .u-i rtlca!f from flu- rtfBr.oT;ei.ioviiit.:ind vinr ' hem um allvi' Tor. j-ncf if i itf-ntio'inl fraud. prima fact isvi- BANKS. Citi::as Kitianal j. r. A P.M STRONG, - G g v:lky, cas in: T- intiTl'l In li"ldiT of fnlteil I'Diulnwith J," 'irtiit'i? -.lrinciiril oitivsof turopt; K.l J'i-s a ucueral tiaiikinr tiv.-i :ir -i. CD'.VAHI) .1ENNIN6S, i)ASIEIi HI.OSP. VMI.1.1 IM WILEY,...

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 January 1868

IT H BAN A UNION. Jan. IS, 1868, -:.0C ysor, payable ia advance. Aldruss, J.W.Horx,Crbn,01ii. Ttjoof itearts tfceCnlonofHsnds Taat'suon ulSUtcBOieaatTer; T aa Uaioa of Lake the Colon of Land Audtfca fu of Or Cjiios Forever! " Tht SUtet f th L'nloa with Union cf the SUtw. Tot PreUiest cf tJj Cslul Eute. i;o:!.GEC:CEI!.FEuCLETOI Svtgoet to tk oodslosi of (h Democratic huiooml Coevrctioo. 8ECEETAET OF STATE, THOMAS HUBBARD, of Logan. WILLIAM E. FIXCK, of Perry. KXHBtm BOA1D 1TBUC WOKKS, ARTHUR HUGHES, of Cuvthog. SCHOOL COMMISSION!, J. F. KIRKWOOD, of Seneca. rxrxK or gtrpRXMK court, JOHN M. WEBB, of Mabonieg. ThciuA5 Ulectxd Senator. Yes terday, 14th int., at noon, Judge Allen O. Tburmaa tu elected United States Senator ia place of Ben Wad by a vote of 74 to 6 on joint ballot. The Rada voted for lLat combination of black cniardiam and profanity Ba Wade. Ben Wade in the balance and found wanting 9 toUi ; so a gentleman will represent Obio altar bia term expires. THE MASTER FOOLERY. Tni...

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 January 1868

CINCINNATI, OAYTUNI JASJJ1;R' Nocbangeof Cars b-jtwcen Urfcaua and C'.n- CIBJt'ue chuastc of Cars between Urb.r.a arid E Ti:ue quick and fare as low as by at: other '"clfand after SandAi- De.-. C?nd. IsfT and mi lil further-noticc-Two Wui'.y 1 ruins will puss Cr oatia ;;uua') irri"n' ....... gotrxnwiRD bood. 6 12 a.m , end. 2.15 p.tn., couui-cts at Sprfrnr!! ?ld Vit'n L. M. K.il.; ist Dayton for tlie West, arriving at Cincinnati at l.-'" am . "ud 6,01 r..m. Accoiuotltioo p.m. UQUTIIWaUD aVHTID. 12 27 a m . and 10,55 p.m., connecting East and Went at B ilieJimUioe, Foreat, and Clyde and at aajnaky with &" for Kelley' Uiand, Put to Bar, Detroit and the upper Lake. . Accomodation 9.13 p a. Passcti'-rs leaving Cincinnati rw C. F. U R.R.. at a.m., and 5,45 p.m.,arrive at l Lrtana at 12.36 a.m., and 10,55 p.ia., without charge or C New and Commodiou 81 winf Car. on Night Train J. C. WtU.U3. Bup't. J. P. FINDAB, Agent, Urban. COLUMSUS . INP1AW CENTRAL RT. On and after Dec lath, 17. Tra...

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 January 1868

Platform of the Ohio Democracy. . . i Kohel. That the Democracy of Ohiu eonrstalaU. tbe country upon the im proved aspect of political affairs a. evi denced by the State elections of 1SG7, aud that they look forward with thore and confidence tQ the result of that-rao-jucnious strangle, opoa which they are about to enter, and upon which depeuda, in to prt a deeree. the future peace And prosperity of the Union. Reflued, That unalterably, opposed to the doctrioes which leaj ' to $n$o'i da tion, we renew with unflagging zeal and inerP3e'l CBersy. onr attachment to thit political creed which bas ever been so ctaunehly adhered to by onr organiza tion through days of trouble, and disas ter, as well as good fortune aud prosper ity, which was thus expressed by Thom as Jeffrson: "Equal and exact jus tice to all men, of whatever state or per- uasion religions or political pea.ee. commerce and honest friendship with all nations, entanjling alliances with Done; the support of the State Governmen...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
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