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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 October 1862

mm r" UNION. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words op Stephes a. Douglas. VOL.1. UEBAN-A, OHIO, WEDISTESDAY, OCTOBEE 29, 1862. 3STO. 31. TJRBANA UNION. xv. hoc: Omn : Coulson's Building, (second floor. XT' . .1 . i. i : . . . . . ' 1 cbv D1UO bit AL&UI-Binseb, UW WQ EMJUftTO. Terms : SI. per annum, Invariably in advance. u copies uue jear, iu. " lAwTMuVmTisii , L Subscriber who do not pive express notice to the contrary, are considered a wishing to con tinue their subscriptions to the paper. 5. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to end them until all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodical from the ottloe t. which they were di rected, they are held responsible till they have set tled the bill and ordered them discontinued. a. If subscribers remove other places with out informing the publisher, and the papers are ent to the former dir...

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 October 1862

WEDXESDIY EVEXIXC, OCT. 29, IS6i. Tenure: One Dollar per annum, in advance.-. The cuuapst :uul Lest "country paper in OUio! J. W. Jloi-i, Urbana, Ckio. Tue Tstos of Hearts the Union of Hand The Uaion of States none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands; AnB the Fla$ of Ora Uxios Forever! Tub Vsuunk -t'nos is newspaper for tb people of Champaign county. . It Is not in the interest of any party, nor is it meant to be iden tified with the interest of any party, beeauso it trill not "be fettered. It will not be Xeutrul for tfiat means-time serving llnrfdTt. It will have Very distinct opinions on all public questions ee-iinected with, government, whether Union, 8taf o; or County ; and on the expression of opin ions It will have but one guide, a strict a-dlicr enee to law. It will support the Constitution and the Laws, without regard to platforms or to party dogmas. War and General News of Week ENDING OCT. 29, 1862. - Thk machinations of ignorance and laipaticnce hare- succeede...

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 October 1862

Ctc gtarttis GEAI5, ftC. CrmM Weekly j Jok. Elokk.lt ! litre wm Paj-ae. Atr.t.1 tamMM Flour, trbbl.... M Oats, per Irasb...... 33 Flour, extra 6.00 Parley " 90-1,00 Wheat, pr brush .. Hoter ced .. .. 1.00 Kve 45 Timothy ... . ' 3.50 Hy. per tort.. . -8.00 Flax" ;.....il.50 Corn, per uushel, SO . tsoyisioks. (TWtti Weekly kr . C. C1m rcer aa4 FltrMU Vcalca. Coffee, per B ' .3" Snew, ' Molawe, N. O. 75 PvtatoM, pr. bn. 4 Enr, pr. do. 8 Chicken, 1.50 Dried Applo,?)R, 5 Beef, pet period, Pork, ' . Bacon, Hum, Mackerel. ' - White Fish, Jbbl, 4,00 AJffd, ' "" - Butter, 15 6s 10 ciscrsirATi. Flour,... Wheat,.. Corn Barley,... Kje, Flonr,.... Wheat,... Rye, .... Barley,.... ,5.30,t5.50 .. 1.0NU.10 .. - 4W742 .. l.S5:,il.!3 Oat, 52 Clover Seed, . .4.75ff 5.00 Whiskey, 3CK.C.IS4 iiofs, a. wx a. eo 1TTW T0SK. .S.S05.K . L35.f.1.42 W.V.H0 . 1.25i-fi:l Corn Oil Whiskey,. Beef, 60(3 n 5.5oVe7.00 gtailrrata. SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCINTI R. R. Fins: On an J after May S, SrV2, Trains will pass this (Ur...

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 October 1862

The Farm and Garden. About Good Butter. The now celebrated divine, Henry Ward Beeeher, was, some twelve or four teen years ago, the editor of an agricul tural journal In Indiana. lie then preached" good agricultural eermons, from all sorts of texts. TTe were well pleased with one oa western butter which perhaps has not lost iia application yet, though we do believe the number of varieties has somewhat decreased since then. Let us see, he made the following enumeration of the tfoxdet perceptible in the dajLet butter of the day. No. 1, butternut butter; 2, strong butter; 3, frowy or frowzy ; 4, rancid ; 5, musty ; 6, sour milk; 7, vinegar; 8, cheesy; 9, granulated; 10, too salt and unsalted; 11, lard; 12, mixed; 13, compound; composed of things animate and inani mate ; feathers, hair, rags of cloth ; threads, spiders, chips, straws, seeds ; in short, everything going to produce the three successive degrees of dirty, filthy, nasty ; 14, tough butter, or that overworked, which he calls ...

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 November 1862

: .URBAN A -TT V Y HTTT -T T TELL THEM TO OBE Y THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." iast Words op Stephen a. Douglas. UEBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, NOYEMBEE 5, 186 2. NO. 32. VOL. I. UEBANA UNION. Ornci: Conlson's Building, (second floor,) West ilde North Mtin-street, near the Square. Tibms : IL per annum. Invariably in advance. 11 copic one ) ear, tltt, lAwTTilVlPAPIIIl t Subscribers who do not give express, notice to the contrary, are considered ai wishing to con tinue their subscriptions to the paper. II. If subscribers order the discontinuance of titrr periodical, the publisher may continue to cad them autii all arrearaos are paid. . If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the olBee to which they were di rected, thev are held rarpoosible till they have set tled the bill and ordered thein discontinued. 4. If subscriber remove to other place with out informing the publwfcer, d the paper are cut to the former direction, tliej are held resp...

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 November 1862

(JI BA X A JLVX 1 0 N UED.NE.MY EVEX1.G, VJV. 5, ISfci. Tkums: One 1). illarficr uin'.mu, iu advance. Tim ciioajcst auJ best count!? pupcr ill 'Olau! J. W. IliU:;, UrUana, OLiu. ---J The Tsion of Tlcarts the t'liion of Rands Tlic Union of States none can sever; The Union of I-keMhe Vuion of Lands; And the Flag of Ol-b Union Forever! - , ,Tue.Urbana UsiON is a ncwsv-aricr for the rvoj'lo .of ChampnijTi comity. It is not iu the interest of any party, nor is it meant to he iJen Tified Trith the interest of any party, bemuse il will not he fettered. It will not be Xeulrol fur that means-trme rrtng timidity. It 111 have Tcry filstinct opinions on all public fue-tien8 connected " with goYernntont, whether Union, bvte, or County : and on the expression of opin ions it will have but one" guide, a strict adher ence to law. It will support the Constitution aud the Laws, without regard to plat forms or to . ynrty dogmas.' " . War and General News of Week ENDING Nov. 5, 1862. a p'ir ier.Jcrs th...

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 November 1862

lrbanj Muioa Jirrrtory. THE MARKETS CerreMc WecMj y Job. F.h-hfcltl S!rrcw A Flour, per bM $t'..00 Outs, r bush, 83 Flour, vxrra".... li.'-' Biioy " W-1,00 VU.t,ii-l)ii... t'lw?raend.i.i(...4.iio Kye .. .... Timothy ' 1.S0 U'ay.rcrtOtt..... 8.00 liax-. " ....... L30 - Corn, per bushel, S3 , PS0TISICK1 Comrtct Weekly kj 4. C. 1.( rer .4 l'rtt.Uloa Header. Coffee, per B 1 ,' :! Su"iir, ' ' . 1"' M Classes, O. 'l JttWi pr. bu. cwIkiiH. " - 150 Fork, ' ' . 5,.'.S Bseon, R:im, V2 i Mnckeri-1, - 10 White Kih,",'bbl, 4.00 Lw,)iv. .! ... . 0 Butter, ' 15 Dried Api'lcs,-;fr, i CIKCDfSATI. Tlour,... Wh.-iit, .. tVrn,.... Barley,.:, Kye, .. 15.30 f. 5.. . l.ON'il.10 41,.U'-i .... I.iViil.Sn UOA03 Oats, Clover Seed,. Vhi.ke) . lh'jre, ....... Lard, . . ... S2 .4.T.((t5.'XI S0(t:i4 KEW Y0SK. Flonr ?5.K0,io.90 ( Corn Wheat, l.i"i.ftl.4-.' j Outs Svc, S0'.1) I Whiskey,... B irlev 1.2.V1X5 Bvof, r.i Ti ;'h.i o7 5.S0( 7.00 SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCINTI R. R. Ou Hiid lifter May S.TW2, Trains will pass th...

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 November 1862

The Farm and Garden. Selecting Seed Wheat. I.Nurin tho itnpwtanca of selection of scei the Maiue Vi s careful armor rc mnrks: " We have before alluded to the ex periments of Mr. Hallett, of Brighton, iu EaTafidj in the selection of his Tvheat for seed, and the results which have at lemled it. It is an interesting and im portant matter with the farmer, and one which we desire to press upon the atten tion of our readers. Mr. Hallett com menced his experiments in September, 1S59. sIIe then planted one grain of wheat, and year by year selected most carefully the produce of the finest heads of seed for the next year's crop, and, im proving every successive harvest, he has at length more" than doubled the bizo of tho original heads, the weight of the product has largely increased, and he is enabled to bow much earlier than form erly. These are most important consid erations. " It will be remembered that at the meeting of the Board of Agriculture last winter Mr. Haines, of Aroostook, state...

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 November 1862

"TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND;UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."-st words or Sikphes a. Douglas, .-1 . . ,:-. T- . YOL. I. TJHI3LSr, OHIO, VEDSrESIA.Y, NOVEMBER 12, 1862. NO 33. TJRBANA UNION. -w. hou: Omci : Couleon's Building, (second floor,) TYet tide North Main-street, near the Square. TRts : tL per annum, invariably In advance. 11 cop ice one jear, 10. 1. oubacribers who do not rive express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to con tinue their subscriptions to the paper. 8. If subscribers order the discontinuance ot their periodicals, the publisher may contmae to a. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the office to wbk-b they were di rected, thev are held responsible till they have set tled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remoTe to other places with out informmc the publisher, and the papers are ait to Uie former direction, Uiey are held respon- "iThe Courts hare decided that remain? to take . t ...

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 November 1862

CJHBANA UNION. VEDXKSin EVESfSC, 5CT. li, 1868. Tebmbj One Dollar per annum, In advance. The cheicst and bet country paper in Ohiol v J..W. Hoes, Urban, Oliiov Th Csto of Ilearts fire Union of rfaotl The Cuion of States none can sever; The Union of Lakes tbe Union of Lauds; ; And tie Fuopr Oc Usios Forevmt . Th Uhsab Usios U uewBwiper tor tbe people of Champaign county. It to not In the Interest of any panj, nor is it tni-ant to be Iden tified with tbe interest of any party, beeanae it VUI not bo fettered. It will not be Sent ral for that mems-ffifle serving timidity. It will hare ' very diytirrct opinions on all public questions onnoctcd with government, whether Union, . State, or County : aud on the expression of opin Ions it will have but one p uide, a strict adher ence to law. It will support the Constitution and the Laws, without regnrd to platfonas or to party dogmas NEWS OF THE WEEK NEWS OF THE WEEK ENDING Nov. 12, 1862. " Kail to the Chief who ia triumph advances !" . On 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. — 12 November 1862

Urbana Union Directory. , 7; I 6BAI3r 4c, rvM, Acaui c-i " Flour, per bbl.... P' buh .... 38 6 -.'-i Barley " 90-1.00 S! t lover sed 4.00 .i Timothy" i... 1.50 Hay, per ton -t f " Corn, Fcr cualu:!, 83 Flour, extra' VVbwt, pr busk . - FBOYISICItS. Carrest Wrckl; by J. C Cmlsea, 4irr mA FrwviaiM V(lrN Be!, par ponnd, Fork. ' 4 . . 5,.;S Bacon," Ilsun, 1- Maekerel. White Fish, bbl, 4,00 utra. v - Butter, ' Coffee, per B Sugar, ' ' Mousses, Potatoes, pr. btt.- Fairs, pr- !''! , . Chickens, 15 Dried Apples,!) B, 83 lgl6 75 46 8 1.50 4 CIHCDT5ATI. Flour....... '.3l ,15.5 Wheat, 1.01. l.2.Vil. 60 . . 60,5(53 Com, . . Barlev,.. Rye, Oats, 52 Clover Seed, . .4.75(5. 5. W Whiskey, . Hogs,... Lard, ... 80.dl!4 .S.0O(g3.8O XFW TOSZ. ..5.S0v-S.!0Cora....'.. .. 1.2WU.42 ! Oats, SOcalK) I Whiskey,. 69,371 5aV57 80;-t37 5.50,d 7.00 Flour,., Wbeat, Rve. .., Barley, . : : . . l.S5:-( 1 : B.-ef, . . SANDUSKY, DAYTON t CINCIN'TI R. R. bn and after May 5. 133, Trains will pass this (rrbauaj station, as...

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 November 1862

The Farm and Garden. The Largest Barn in the Country. V' 'TliE Sliafars are famous for tteir great ' fcamsasd the largest one that they have ja at Lebanon, iu New York. It was re cently erected af an expense of about 1 15.000, and is thus described by a cor respeuueut of the Xew.. York Tribune :' " It is 196 feet long, 50 feet wide, five , . ftories high ; the walla of good flat, quar ' Vied stone," five feet thick at the founda? tion, carefully laid in lime mortar, cement pointed outside, and plastered inside; roofed with tarred paper, cement and gravel". ' It also has thre'e -wings, wooden luilJings, :which form, four fcheds about 100 feet long upon the east-and west side of two cattle-yards, on the-south of the main building, with lofts for straw and grain connected with the barn. The lower story of tho barn is a man ure cellar, and at the west end is level with the ground, so that carts can be driven in and out with ease. The next story is the cow stable, which is on a level wit...

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 November 1862

r"TTrTPh A vv T" A TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STAT ES." La81, Wobds oStbtbm a. Douglas UEBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, KOYEMBEE19, 1862. 1TO. 34. VOL. I- URBAN A UNION. JT. W. BOTTX, X3H.OJa- Omc : Coulson's Building, (second floor,) West side North Main-street, near the Square. Tirms: $1. per annum, invariably in advance. 11. topic oue year, tlO. WW TMlTweMFltSl 1. Subscribers who do not (rive express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to con tinue their subscriptions to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to cud them until all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers nejrlect or refuse to take their periodicals from the office to which they were di rected, tuy are held responsible till they have set tled the bill and ordered thein discoutiuued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out Informing the publisher, and the papers are sent to the furiner direction, ...

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 November 1862

J K B AN A UNION. WEDXESDAT EVE5IXC, 3Y0V. 19, 1862. Tekvs: One Dollar per annum, in advance. Tbe cheapest and best country paper in OUio! J. "V. Horx, Urban, Ohio. Thb Cnioji of Hearts the Union of Hands The Union of gutes none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands; . And the, Fla.8 of Oub Ukioh Forever I 1 V Tns UEB.CtA Uino is newspaper for the people of Champaign county. It is not In the interest of any party, nor is it meant to be iden tified with the interest of any party, because it will not be fettered. It will not be Neutral for that means-time serving timidity. It will have very distinct opinions on all public questions connected with government, whether Union, 8tate, or County : and on the expression of opin ions it will have but one guide, a strict adher ence to law. It will support the Constitution and the Laws, without regard to platforms or to party dogmas. NEWS OF THE WEEK ENDING Nov. 19, 1862. Tt'v. 1, v,n .An.a n (nra !n ilrt artTTt. 1 A 114 1 G II V Uln...

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 November 1862

Urbana Union Directory. " " G2AIK, AC. COTHltl WUj r 3tpw A Floor, pei WA.... fo.W Ob, per bush S3 Tlour, extra".... 6. B.irlt-y " 90-1,00 Wheat, prlm-dr.. W ( lover seed 4.00 Kve - 45 Timothy" .... 1.60 Iiy,petea 8.00 Flax 1.50 Corn, per bucliel, S3 PEovisioifs. r Crrra Weekly J. C. Cml SeeH per poma, 5? 8 Pork, ' . , 6a.a Bacon, Ham, " U1 Mackerel, 1 10 White Fish, )hbl, 4,00 Coffee, rr ft 85 Molasses, N. O. 75 Potatoes, pr. bo. 45 Fires, pr. doz. 8 MM. - - o Chickens, 4 1.50 Sutter, 15 J Dried Api)lee,i?Ib, 4 CIKCtSrSATI. Flour,.. Wheat, . Corn,... Barley,.' Kja,.... ..o..KKS5.50 ... LOstiU.10 ... 4US42 .. Ltl.85 ... &i63 Oats Clover Seed, MTiiskey, ... 52 !.'4.75(3:5.oii , .3.60(g.3.S0 Lard, . KEW TOBX. Flour, 5.S0 35.90 Wheat, 1.25&U-42 RT, NMH0 Barley, 1.25135 Corn e(371 Oats, StVn.57 Whiskev,... 8t'.37 Beef, 5.50(7.00 8ANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCIN'Ti R. R. On and after May 5, 1862, Trains will pass this (Urban) station, as follows OOTK0 "ORTH. Mail 11.35, A. M. Ntrht Expres...

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 November 1862

The Farm and Garden. Make Farm Labor Fashionable. At the base of the prosperity of any peefcle i.tbis grai j rincipie make farm labor fashionable at home. Edu cate, instruct, encourage; offer all the incentives you can offer, to give interest and dignity to , labor at home. Enlist the Leart and the intellect of the family in the support of a domestic system that will male labor attractive at the home- ' ftead. By means of the powerful influ ences of early home education, endeavor to invest practical labor with an interest that will, cheer the heart of each mem- ' her of the family, and thereby you will give to your household the grace, peace, refinement and attraction which God de signed 'a Lome ' should possess. The truth is, we must talk more, think more, work more, and act more, in reference to questions relating to home. The train ing and improvement of the physical, in tellectual, social -and moral powers and sentiments of the youth of our country, require something more than 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. — 26 November 1862

IMON. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."-Last Words of SiEraEx A. Douolas. VOL.1. TJRBAJST ISTO. 35. URBANA UNION. Office : Coulson's Building, ( second floor, ) West side North Main-street, near tue fcquare. Terms : f 1. per annum, invariably in advance , 11 copies one year, f 10. - - - 1 Subscribers who do not pive express notice to the contrirv, are considered as wi&hing to con tinue their subscriptions to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to aend them until all arrearages are paid. S. It subscribers nce'.ecl or refuse to take their periodicals from the ollice to which they were di rected, thev are held responsible till they have set tled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out informing the publisher, and the papers are sent to the former direction, they are held respon sible. ', , 5. The Courts have decided that r...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 26 November 1862

Li KB AXA Jjyi O N WEHXtSD.lV EVL.VI.VG, SCV. 26, lShi. Tbkms: One Doll.ir per annum, in advancc,- Tho canapcst auJ best po-aiiiry Tup01' in Ohio! J. W. Hoes, Urluma, Ohio. Tas Union of Hearts the Union of Hands The Union of States none can sever ; The Union of Lakes t lie Union of Lands; Aud tbc Flag of Ot a Ukion Forever! TirE Cuius a Union Is a newspaper for the people of Champaign county. It is not in the interest of any party, nor is it meant to be iden tified -with the interest of any party, because it will not be fettered. It will not be Neutral for that means-time serving; timidity. It will have very distinct opinions on ail public questions couuected with government, whether Union, Stato, or County : and on the expression of opin ions it will have but ant' guide, a strii t adher cuce to law. It will suport the Constitution and the Laws, without regard to platforms or to party dogmas. . NEWS OF THE WEEK ENDING Nov. 26, 1862. It is now three weeks to-d;iy since General McClel...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 26 November 1862

Urbana Union Directory. 5k Slartfts. GRAIN, AC. ttarrcetcl WekVx by Jok Klrkkalut Mrw Aetata) ClMilnaie Mcrk"- Flour, per bbl.... ti.& Oats, perbnsli... .. Flour, extra -.i.T Barley " ,H) 1,00 Wheal, iirl'Uth...- Clot, r seed.; 5.0V VVl. .. T:nio-.Ly" .... l.W Uay, rlou 8.W 1.U0 jofo, per wusuci, , ; : PROVISIONS. Vrrtttr4 Wwkly kr - C. t' !, fc. rmerr mni Pr Intoa lK-)tr. ieef, per pound, fork, ' 'it'ii Bacon, Ham, . 12-,' Mackerel, ' 10 Whits Fish, bbl, 4.00 Coffee, per tt .. Susar, Molasses, V- O. Potatoes. I'r. bu. t'jrys. I"-. b !.. k."'- ' Dritd Al-V'e t- l.V.I 4 Lard, ' Bu:cr, j 'j J CINCINNATI. i , '."' ats S2 " ) (K l.ld Clover Seed. . . 4.75m' 5.i 4i-t42 j Whisker, :) . : 1.25 US I Hop,." 8.fi0i.U ,7. eota j wi, 6,'i,j7i Flour... Wheat, . Otij,.,. Barley, . Rye NEW YORK. Flour t5.SOgS.90 1 Corn e9( 71 Wheat, 1.&V(U.42 I OaU .Vnc.r7 Xt, KOiftMO Whiskev,... Skh37 Barley, 1.85ftl35 Beef, 5.507.00 . ... - gaUraab. " - SANDUSKY, DAYTON fc CINCIN'TI R. R. On and after Ma...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 26 November 1862

The Farm And Garden. The Multiplication of Weeds. On all parts of the landowner's prem ise. Weeds ari notv beginning to ripen their myriad seeds. Very for can say they have none..And while they have any at all to increase and multiply, it k hard 4a ssj how many millions there may a another year.' These retaarfcs kpply more particularly to annual weeds, in rcreasinsr solely by their seeds. ? ; .- - - We have just made an examination 01 the numher of seeds which some of the lore common annual weeds ripen on a single plant.. .The, green Foxtail grass varies from 6,W0 to 4,0UU Beeds; the hrown Foxtail 1,000 to 2,000 ; the cock'e foot Panicum about 2,000 ; the Ragweed, r Anibrosia often 5,000 ;: and the Pig weed or Aramanthus,. 5,000; and the Lamb's-qnarters, also called Tigweed, (chenophodium,) often at least 20,000. We lately rode past a " garden" where there were plants of the latter at least ievea feet high, and the number of seeds each bore must have been- at least 50,000 to 100,000...

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