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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 5 May 1869

H r.l.IvlIUIl EVEKY W KPNEsP-U URBAHA UNION FNSNTING CO. s..u!li ul ' BOOK & JOB PKIMTING, AMI PLAIN AND ..AMY I'KINTIXU, fl. lilii.il.-. statci -r II A- IL HI-. e.-.i:- i i sios j on rinsrisa orrici:, AT liEASON AIJLK I-ATI.- Xo. :iO Xoith Mt( in -street. BANKS. Citiz AVI f .aii:r.ai cans. i. r. a i:is svil: !'K l' -I hi I I.I ! ruaiL'i'. !-.-. II,.! - - lo- I ill- I 11 I ilii. -. i;i)'Al;Il JKVMN' i, iif.osE. . II. 1. 1 M WSU.Y. iiii.i . ..M Mii-I.K'.'Vi; . ii. i:i."si:. i'l ivki: T Wl.oiJ n; nk if n i" i. A!;Mvnin:,i,. TiiK. c.sin: I itlt'i flMill Ttivwik Natisnal Bank ;tl(S I(.o.-il;iry 1' lilU-l AMD FINANCIAL AGENT Ilii r. nogs. i:.sEY vlavi:i: .1 M I (. T. . M- I. MX. u.nuh'i'. ii. i . i:si'Y. i n. liijsi PROFESSIONAL. yoim; & chanci;, ATTOnriEYS LAW, I'UnASA. oil 10. lit.- in rh.iir.p lijn :ri cnif ami V u'f.i -j.lii.-ii .J ASICS TAYLoII. TAYLoi: & 1 ATTORNEYS AT LAW, OHIce, one Door "VVcbt of Port Office, I. '! ! X-.. KC. LOTsTG-, ATTORNEY V. ill i'i;iv;iic in Cl...

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 May 1869

URBAN A UNION WBDITBSQAT BVBNIWG May J, tSG). PKIXTED ASH 1'L I'.I.ISliED DY THE IRBAXA I'XIOX PBIXT1XG ITO.IXY Tjjms: ?i,0U.i yt.ir. p.iy.iMi: in ujv.inc Address, Uhbasa Cnius, Urluuy, ui The Uion u f Jluarts iLt L'uionof Ilundt Tke Uuion of Status none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flag of Of rCnios Forever! - Th? Sti'jJ of the Union with Union of the States." LAW OF THE ROAD. The District for Hamilton County Ohio had before it, a case in error to reverse a Judgment iu the court below, which had been brought to settle what shall be the law of the road. The case is thus re ported in the Cincinnati Gazette of 27 April 180!). "Aaron B. Lane vs. Geo. Diehl. Judge Murdoek in announcing the opin ion of the Court in the case, said it was one brought, as the counsel for the plain tiff said, to obtain a decision from the Court as to what is the "Law of the Road." The action was originally brought before a Magistrate then ap pealed to the Common Pleas, where on an...

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 May 1869

riTTBCUG CINCINNATI & ST. LOiIS RAILWAY TAX HANDLE KorTK. (C. C. 4 I. C. DIVISION.) GOING WEfT. Toledo Express Western Express Pay Kxpress Niht Express Accomodat ioo 1H.14 A. M. 7.43 I. M. l.ltt P. M. 145 A. V. 14.30 A. M. OOINI. KArT. Pay Express Mail Express iirht Express Peoris Express Accomodation 9.S1 A. em P. 1 45 A. S .K) P. 1U.14 P. A SUrer Pnlace Dav andNiirlit Car run in the Fast h'sprcst train from Columbia via Pituburg and Phil adelphia to New Yom W ithwit Vhimgt. The -V. it Yort Espree runs Unity Passengers leaving Sunday mormii? by t hie train reach New York Monday morning a- b.lo. S. F. Scxll, Gen.. Tkt., Afe-t. D. S. Gn.AY.Geu., Manager. TIKE OF AK2ITIKS ft CLOSING HAILS. jwiu' North via. C. S. & I). Closes at 10-45 o'clock 51. Arrives from the South at lo 5" P. M. Goiiw South closes at I S r. n. ArrntB i-ji r. rn Goiwj East via. I'. C. I. C. liy Cloaca at 0-45 P. -U AmvMatflllP V. frjing West cloect at 14-50 P.M. Arrives at 1-10 UuingEastvia.A. AG. W. Ky-Clo...

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 May 1869

Let us be Contented. Rothschild with all his wealth mil ft 1k K-itisfiwl with the same sky tha over the head of the poor man. lie can not order a private sunset, lliat lie may enjoy it with a select circle of friends nor can he add onesinirleray totlie clear bright beam of the iiccn as she sails magnifieentfv through the heavens. The richest (.anker cannot have more than his share of the air to breathe, and the poorest of all men can have the same. "Wealth may buy a brilliant hracelet. dazzling with diamonds ami rubies, but wealth cannot buy a prace. rnl and well lurneu aiiuuu S W dis-Dlav its sulendor. t that; and to many of Hi civen it. T uiah T had the health of that r-y vMKMint' trirl." siirhed the aristocratic trirl." siu !.-i;. J ..rmnu,! IlllWIlll DlIlO' in her costly carriage. ''Ah me! d t e ;t i;fT nnnl.l mil v ride m such stj le us that:" Wealth cannot Mirciiase health,norcan it trive a contented nnn.i. All the most valuable can ue .w.u . nothing. Thev come as ireseuts fro...

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 May 1869

URBAN A UNION. itblishedjeteby Wednesday 81 THE URBJLKA UKiONJNIHTIKG CO. OrrtuB No. SO North Nsta. 8 doorr South of Court buret. BOOK tfe JOB PRINTING, 1 AKD EVERY DESC'RIITK'S i I I'Laix andIancy PRINTING, ' BCCH At ' PwkltU, twh. CllirMWIi lUUMlUi Ac ( keatlt exbccted AT rm UNION JOB PRINTING OFFICE, AT BIASOXABLB BATES. Xo. 20 Xorth Main-street. ' 13 AUKS. Citizsss National Bank. i. B. ARMSTRONG, - PRES'T CASH'R E. G. WILEY, . . i it.;iwl stjtt Bonds without charre. Alto. deals in loin and Foreign KxcSiogc. d sell. P(fc Ticket, to and from fcuropc Dy the Cunard line. Dirtewrt: EDWARD JENNINGS. DANIEL BLOSE. WILLIAM WILEY, JOSEPH HILL. ADAM MObGKOVE, J. H. BLOSE. OLIVER TAYLOR, FRANK CHANCE. J. B. ARMSTRONG. THE Ol" URBAN A, United States Depositary AND FINANCIAL AGENT. Directort: ..... P B BOSS JAMES A. M. LAIN, JIENBY WEAVER. O. T. CCND1FF, U. P. ESPY, Cashier. P. B. ROSS. Preat. FRorESSioNAL. I YOUNG & CHANCE, j ATTORNEYS AT LAV, URBAKA, OHIO. j FrartlceinCbampalrnatidadjo...

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 May 1869

IJRBANA UNION W UOXBSDAV BVBNIWO May li, 1SGU. TRIXTED AND ITIil.IIIEI) BY T1IK IRBAXU'MOX PBLT1G 101IPAU ; Tjkii,:- J.OU.i year, payable i" advum-v. Address, I'hban Vmus, I'rl.aua, rule 1) TmeUhios of Hearts thcUnion of Hands Tke Union of States none cnseTer; The Union of Lakes the Cnion of Lauds AndthcFLioorOcBCxioForcTer! 1 i : Ths State r the Union with ,, ' Union oi , the States." : JUSTICE AT LAST. ! Daniel D. Bell of Rochester ,'. V.,who j arrested in 164 and incarcerated . . ,, i for four montns in rcn i.a.u. .t,.., , f dersof Major Uenerai uix, ioi .. o.,.n crime than that of censuring the manner in which the Constitution was being dis- ! regarded by officers high in authority, and for using that freedom of speech which is guaranteed to every citizen, brought an action for damages.iu the Su nrpme Court in 1866. asrainst the exe crable shoulder-strapped tyrant Dix. i The case was allowed to slumber for more than twoyears,when Dix attempt- j ed to remove it to the Federal Cou...

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 May 1869

("INUNNAII T T l 1 KA1I.UA , J'AX TUNUE l:oUJs. if. c. A. I. .'. iuvisioNa I.OINO M r-T. Wf 1..I II Lipict- 1'hv Eipre--. ibt r prc-p Arcumo..u ion W av 1 r- i.nl . V. ; 1". A. M. in A.N !;. V. .M. a u A. M. ( H V. M. 1 lo A. M. vi:. A. M. 1" in A. M. ' Iy K:ir.:t .. Mall fclprv--ij.rht Kvure- Acoimslallon Way Freight... A r.J.ir. and Niirbt ren- in 111"' (ri)in I n Ullil'U-V 13 ri:t:"ir- :inu I1IH- adcli-liia to Xcw ioia ilitA""' ' .""y . . avin- Slindav morn in:: ny Hjl- 11.1111 i i reach New ork Morelav iiioruiui' a o.l.. S. T. S. i ll. Ovu.. TWt., Au 0. S. (jjiar.GUi-. iUiuuici. TIME OF ASSITTNG CLOSING MAILS. ,oin North wa.C'.S. A !.-- I"-" at I't Kio cluck M Arrive. Iroin the South al 1" ."! I'. M. ,io2 ootn clu. at I S IV M. Arrno 1 i I . M. lioir fcat-lvia. C. ALL'. Ky -chwes ai6-iP. M. Arrive-at ti-ir.Jl Ooiui: West do-C- al P.M. Arrive? at 111' 1'. M. Goin-' Kat Tia. A t-i W. 1 (y-llo-c al A. 51. o mail from the W.-rt. ij.ii." We-l arriv. - at J 1 I". 51 . 5u mall? to the ...

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 May 1869

FIGHT YOUR WAY UP. The many who have to take the world roujrh and tumble are prone to envy the :few who roll through it unjolted in uli ioiicl vehicle on patent sprint:. The toiler.as he stumMe throtmli its thorny thickets ami elimlw over its foot lliter inpr gravel, is apt to eurse the ill hn k that placed him on muIi a hard road. and to sijch for a seat in one of the splendid equipages that elide so snioot lily over Fortune's macadamized turnpike. Born with a pewter sjkkhi in his mouth, he covets the silver one which was the birth right of his no-nothing neighbor. The more fool he. 'Occupation is the "imme diate jewel" of life. It i- true that rich es are no bar to exertion. Quite the re verse, when their uses are properly un derstood. But the discontented worker who pines for wealth. without U-ins will ing to labor for it, regards the idleness in which it would enable him to live as the seme of temporal happiness. He has no idea of luonev as a great motive power, to tc applied in...

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 May 1869

URHAXA UNION. 1TBL.ISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY URBANA UN!ONPNINTING CO. OrriiK No. North Main. C riuur? uth or Cinirt BOOK 6c JOB PRINTING, EVKl'V UKSCKIlTloN ok PLAIN AND EAXCY PKIXTIXU lmlMeal", (i Ae KEATLT UH.1TED AT THE uxiox job rniSTiXG office, AT BJEASOXA1SLK BATE?. 3o. 20 Xorth Main-street. BANKS. Citizens Naticnal Bank. J. 15. ARMSTRONG, E. G. WILEY, PRES'T CASH'R Pats interest to holdi-rnif United Slate Bondi without charre. Also. deal in Coin and Foreign Exchange, and fell Pu-sa-c Tickets to nd from fcuroie by the Cuuard lines. Pirectnr: EDWARD JENNINGS, DANIEL BLOSE. WILLIAM WILEY, JOSEPH HILL. ADAM MOSOUOVE, J. H. BLOSE. OLIVER TAYLOR, FRANK CHAM B. J. B. ARMSTRONG. -iy. . THE Champaign National Bank United States Depositary j AND FINANCIAL AGENT. r b. boss. IAM,E?.,A.3?,'2lA 1 N' HENRY WEAVER. O. T. CLNDIFF, H. F . ESPY, Cashier. P. B. ROSS. Prce t. I PROFESSIONAL. YOUNG & CHANCE, ATTORNEYS AT LAW, URBAXA, OHIO. Practice In Champaijm and adjoinins counties arid in he Su...

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 May 1869

IJRBANA UNION VVUDITKa DAY BVBNIWG May 19, 1860. TKIN'TED AND riT.LISllEI) BY THE L'RBAXA IM0 FBIXTIXG COMPAXY T-JKMv ?2."0 i yu.'.r. payable in i ivaju v. Addrcsa, Urbana I'mos, Crt:.na, Ohio V ...V -V f aTlsioN u 1 t jarts tLcL'uioiiuf iiaudf Tkc Colon ol States nouecansevcr; The Union of Lake the Uuion of Lauilt And the Flag of Oik l"ioNForov( t ' T'nt SUl of the Union with Union of the States." ANOTHER STATE OFFICER AND MORE MEDDLING. The Legislature of Ohio, which is said to be Democratic in name, and Republi- can in practice has created a new office with a Halary of 2,.hK) dollars a year for the insiection of Steam Boilers. The Governor is to appoint the e Insiiector, d applicants ana mere are aireauy seerai appiicanis . . i i . i as of course there would be. And there to be Deputies, but instead of ln-ing the Inspector, and on his reiponsibility, the State is divided into Inspection Districts, and the Deputy of a District is to lie apjioiiited bv the Pro- Judge of the mo.-t i...

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 May 1869

RAILROADS. 2n i.tixati - t 1.0ns kah v.u i AN I1ANDLK I'.i'lTi;. c. c. Jc I. c. iiiyi-IhN". V. r-T. W'v-liru Hxitie hay Kvpresa. -Nilit K.xjire-s. Acconioilat ion . v Freight. . . Day Exr-. Mail fcYnrers . . Nibt fcxpre-e Aeiomoilatioll . Way Freight . . P. M. s.i.-. r. -M. 1 . . A. M ;i 10 A. V. 1-J.' 1'. U. Ml A. M . ti.in I'. M. 1 In A. M. IS A. M. l't.J't A. M. A .sioc ...! IJav ami Xiln '1' niu- in :lic train irom l oinm-wi-via l'lltsi-iinr and I'hil aucli'iiia lo Nov Yor II '('"' -',.'i.y. 77- V-ir Y'yi E'tir- runs Mi l'lii-reliji i b-a im: Sunday njr'iiiiUL' by thi- train reach "cw York aiocuay luomm:; a- ti.10. S. K. i-clil.. t;. u.. Tkt.. A-t. . Maiia.vr. ' U. . iiu.vv.u-- CINCLNXATl. I'ATTOX & U;TEI:X K- K- ( 0 USe f tht .S'lti't.lfl.y tl.,-1 (. i,':i"t"l(i It'.li' .'"'. Pasmm; Jsol TU. Ernre No. ! . J.'.l A. M. Cineinuali Acc. N. ; '... ..j.ttiA.M. Mail Xo. 1.4:i 1'. M. 1-..1U P.M. Prci'bt and Acc. No. 1 r.v.-sis'. Ni'.th Cleveland Mail No. i Freight and Acc. No. '1 K...

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 May 1869

JEANNIE NEUEL. BY PETITE. The sun m.-enis blotted from the t-kr. And !! i dark nd drear, Ko more iU radiance from on hi'h. Shall shine npon mc here. They pay this world i? broad and lair. Bat itf joye I cannot f ; The beauteous flowers and balmy air Have lost their charms for me. All day I linger near a place Where prows the ivy green. But far below, a gentle face. Is pillowed there, unseen. I cla?p alittlc sparkling jewel. And a tress of chestnut hair. For my own darling J tannic Nei' Was beautiful and fair. Ah ! never more at twilight hoi:r. When the pale moou gleams on hi.li. Shall we linger tear the oki church tower. Sly own true love and I. The Olive. This fruit is already cultivated to some extent in California and the Gulf States. Downing expressed the opinion that the olive would be cultivated here,and would be a success. There is no reason why it should not le raised and come into use instead of Spanish, French and Italian olives. A writer remarks: "Gibbon re lates that the...

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 May 1869

I'l'EUSHKD EVERY WEDNESDAY URBAN A UNION POINTING CO. URBAN A UNION. Ornn So. 0 Xorth Xin. duorv Street. South of Court COOK & JOB PHINTHTG, EVEHV DESCRIPTION FLA1N AXDiScY PRINTING ft CH Af 1', .1, fUTLT IICVTID AT TUB 070.V 05 PBIXTIXG OFFICE, AT BZAOXABI.E KATES. Vo. 20 Xorth Main-street. BAITKS. Citizsns Natisaal Bank. J. B. ARMSTRONG, - - PRES'T ; E. G. WILEY, - - - CASH'R ' Pt interest to holder of Uuitcd SUtc Bond j without ehrpc. Aino. del in Coin and Foreiiro ; Exchn?e, ind fcile Pazc Tickctf to and from Enrope ty the Cnnard lino. Director: EDWARD JENNINGS. DANIEL BLOSE. WILLIAM WILEY, I JOSEPH HILL. ADAM MOStiROVE. J TI BLOSE. OLIVER TAYLOIt. FRANK CHANCE. J. b. ARMSTRONG. . THE :hanpaign Naticaal Bad:, United States Depositary AND FINANCIAL AGENT. Director): V n ROSS. JAMES A. McLAIN, HENRY W HAYEK. O. T. CUND1FF, 11. F. ESPY, Cashier. P. B. ROSS, l'ree't. PROFESSIONAL. YOUNG & CHANCE, ATTORNEYS AT LAV,, urbaxa' OHIO. PraftlceiuChampaicnaiidadjoininfreouiitiLi'aud...

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 May 1869

URBAN A UNION w soriisdat js-viq PIPCi Jrttf 26", 7SG. PRINTED AND n BUSHED BV THE mm uxiox prixtixg cospaxy TiBH-i: ti,00 year. payable in advaiicc Addrcst, Ukbam L'mdx, L"rbau, Ohio I FmiUmok of Hearts the Union of Hamli Tke Union of States none cansever; The Union of Lakes the Union of L.miU Andtlic Flag or Oi'B Union Forever! , . The States of the Union with Union Of; the States." j THE TAXES. ; With these pleasant days of Spring ; comes the payment of the United States i taxes, (see Collector's posters.) This is ( one of the "compensations." The pleas- ' ant days of Spring didn't used to be so distinguished; but now "we have enter ed upon a new career," and gentlemen are requested to walk up to the Captain's office and settle. Their little contribu tions will be applied among other things, 1st. To keeping up an army of 30 or 40 thousand men. We only need 12 thousand as before the war. 2nd. To enable a large numlier of re tired officers (large numbers of them young men) to live ...

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 May 1869

RAILROADS. 7 a rinspi kg cixrixsATi st ion kau.wav FAX n ANKLE Fnl TK tC. C. I. .-. DIVIMUN.1 ,OIM; -T. WcM. III lAute.-O.-ty Eiprefi-. . . N irht Kipreee . Aceumo,itie-u . . W v r reiirbt . . .1. r. a is r. i y a. US A. r. S.31 A. . P. 1.1" A. s.ts A. ID.1'1 A. fct.l.Mi EAST. Oay Eret? . Mail fcipnt . Night r.Aprws Aeromodatiou . Way t'rei slit... A AiiifrW.r.rlyanii;.'ni ' ' r""" .','7, . . . A-.., nvi,trmiiifroinl.oliinimiim ii'vhiij, " delphi luNt Vork Hi"' t 77., .Vir Vwt Aw niu Wv-Pawnyt'r lravin:: Sunday nwruiuj by lhii triD reaeh New 1 ork' Monday morning a- S. . beltx, Oeu.. Tkl., A-t. 0. b. (..KAV.OeB., , Mana.r. CIXOXXATI, I'ATTOX & KAsTXKX R- R- CO Lftere tif the buvl-itli and lincimeili Kail AWf. PASSIM! faOLTH. EipreSo. Cincinnati Acc. No. i Mail No. 5 Freight and Acc. No. 1 Passim, South. t levcland Mail No. 6 Freight and Acc. No. i Bclleioutaine Acc. No. K bandu.ky xpreee No 10 'I'iiA. w P. 2". 4flA.ll. 9.15 P. M .11.16 A. M 1,45 P.M. DIRECTORY. RUY.Ui.F. WINDKH'...

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 May 1869

ABOUT INSECTS. All iusei't have six les. unlos they have met with sonif ncciiient. They do not breathe throuph their months, hut by a rreat numln-r of little iijei which run through them lengthwise, haviiiL' opeiiitifrs here ami there on the side ol the Ixxly where the freh air i-drawn in. These little openings are very ouriou-ly contrived, in some ca-es iroteeted by tiny trap doors opening on hinges; in others havinga strong pratiiifrover tlieni of very coarse hairs. Hence, an insect when cut in two, as he does not use his mouth for breathinp, and as his brain is not confined to his head, but runs all throuph his body, will live for many hours in this mutilated state. In fact conie insects never eat a mouthful after they are full grown. Insects have from two to live eyes. Two large compound eyes, because they are made of many little eyes, united like a bundle of six bided spy glasses, tied together,large atone end and very small at the other, and looking under the mi croscope like ...

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 June 1869

(J KB AX A UNION. 1TBL.1SHED EVERY WEDNESDAY URBAHAUN!ONPNINTIKGCO. Urrni No. Ntwtn Main.doorr South f Court ' street. J . - m---rrw-r,vr ! EVEKY DESCRirTION PLAIN AXdIaXCY PRINTING But. Clrt-alar. ftUUCMCBt, eCCH AS Blllhr4. I'wwrmmm, it-, Ac AT THE KEiTLV EXECUTED vsiox job rmxTixa office, AT BEAsOSiBLE KATE8. Xo. 20 XortJi JIa in-street. NION TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAW.S AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UN IT ED "STATES. "-It Woms op Stephen a. Douglas. VOLUME VIII. NO. II. UEBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2, 1S69. WHOLE NUMBER 373. KATES OF ADVEKTIfiiNCJj i Advertisements will be inserted at the following rates : ' ' 1 square one week - ' - Each additional week - 1 square three months : 1 " six " - - 1 " one year ', column, 3 mouths J " 6 " " 1 year - - column 3 months X " 6 " - - year month 1 " 1 " 3 " 1 " 6 " 1 " 1 year Local Notices, per line $l,o 50 '.'5,0o ' 8,0i 12,00 12,50 20,00 30,00 20,00 30,00 50,00 20,00 30,00 50,00 80,(11) 10 BANKS. Citizens National Bank. J. B. ARMSTR...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 2 June 1869

URBAN A UN ION BVKNIK Ci 1869. June HUNTED AND riBLISIIED UY THE LEBAXA LMOX MXTIXG I'OSPAXY - T t ),00.i yc.tr. ijt.iI)1c iu .tdvauic Address, L'miisi L'mos, L"rbau;i. ohiu I'iiUmuauI ilo.irls lliiL'uiuiiul li.mi!f Tie Cniou ol Statcbiiouccauscvtr; TUe Uuiun ofLakcB tbc Luiou ol Lauiit And the Fno otOvk L" ioj Forever! The State ef the Union with Union of the Slates." THE BONDS. The fact should not he overlooked by a tax burdened people that the bonded debt of the United States has already been more than half paid iu the shape of gold Interest and that the Radical pol icy is to keep on paving it over and over for the benefit of the bond-holder: m us: a hundred dollar bond bought in 1863 and 1864 cost say $40 in gold. Many of them were sold for S40 and less, r.ut say $-50 which is a fair average. On this $50 iu gold there have already leeii five annual payments of six dollars each and this makes thirty dollars of the $50 al ready paid. Thus more than half the overpaid principal inve...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 2 June 1869

RAILROADS. PITTBl'EG CINCINNATI ST WIS KAILWAl TAX HAMH.E Kl'TE. (C. C. tl. f. divisions tiOINM r-T. Wcsl'.IU fclplCS Oay Eiprcs. Niiht fcxprcw. . AcTVmodatiou . War Freight. .. Hay Eiprct - -Nail Express . . ipht Express . A ccuraudatioli . Way r'rvifbl.... ; i. r. m:. r. 1 i A. S.1 A. i.3w r. GOINl. EAST. i A.M. h r. m. 1 HI A. M. s A. M. 1M in A. N. Wr V-irDavandNicht Car rims in the Fn-( r'rnrru train from Columbus via 1'ituhurg aud IT"' adclpbia UNc Vortl WMtvtt Chary. r, V-ir Ywi tw rant liHy Pinscii-rs I vine Sunday monitugby tbie train reach New lork iocday aiorniu? - 6,1 i. S. F. bciLL, Gcu., TkL, A-L 1). S. Gkay.Ijcu., Manager. If f ' CINC15NATI, SANDISSI &CLEA I.ANu K- H- t Ltfec qf the Suf "4y awl UnciM-aH Had uad 1'AesLNt. M'TH. Expre No. 9 liucionati Arc. No. 7 Mail No. 5 Freight mild Acc. No. 1 ra-siNu North. CltrTclaudMail No. 6 Freight and Acc. No. i Bcllefontaine Acc. No. S Nindnskr Exnrres No 10 1J.5 A. M. ..5.11A.M. P. . ..5 P.M. ..11.14 A.M. .11.35 P.M. .7. ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 2 June 1869

The Power of a Smile. I t-fched to d.iKxl, but I could not. My friends and neighbors wore all inde peiident, and netticl no aid from me. My means were so limited that I Lad nothing with which to asit the iir and needy, and my health so delksite that I could be of no .service to the -kk and suffering. The power of doiu frtxxl, I felt, greatly to my regret, had been denied me. As I walked muring in thi way, I beheld an old man approaching. His form was bent, his cheek furrowed bin hair white and thin. In one hand was a staff, in the oilier was a stick, which he held across his shoulder, and upon which wus suspended a wallet con taining, as I supposed, a few articles of apparel. He caiiie feeblv onward, and as I drew near he stepped from the walk and stood for me to pass. I glanced at him : his whole aprx-arance indicated poverty and want. My heart went out toward the worn old man. I did not fpeak, but my feelinjrs were expressed in my face, I smiled kindly uion him. "Ah, how de do!" i...

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