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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 9 June 1869

URBAN A UNIQNJ I CBLI&HED.EVERY WEDNESDAY T TBC I URBM UNION PKINTIKG CO.; Orrici No. SO Xorth Main.ddourt ivuth of.Coort ' MIWI. BOOK & JOB PRINTING, every peschiitios PLAIN" ANdIaNTY PRINTING fvcn At ltcMat. A'-. j NZATLT IXICTTED AT TE j uxiox job rmxTisG office, AT REASONABLE RATE?. Xo. 20 Xorth 3Luin-8treet. , j I RBANA L - - : rATTTfr vttt vn 19 V 0 LI M L V 111. N U. II 'TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS TJRBAJSTA., ferf fit-N:;'j$i5 1 AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 9, 1S69. UNION STATES." Last Words op Stephen A. Douglas. WHOLE NUMBER 371. ; , ' j I RATES OF ADVEBTISINO. Advertisements will be inserted at the following rates : 1 square one week - - Si, 00 Each additional week - oO 1 square three months - - 5,00 1 " six " 8,00 1 " one year -- - 12,00 eolumu, 3 month - - 12,50 J " 6 " - 2ojoo " 1 year - - - 30,00 J eolunin 3 months - - 20,00 i " (i " - 30,00 " 1 year - 50,00 1 " 1 month - - - 20,00 1 3 " 30,00 1 " 6 - 50,00 1 " 1 year - - - go...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 9 June 1869

URBAN A UNION xv sdhiidat Jane if, BVBKIltG lSOif. PKIXTED AND ITM.ISHEI) BY TIIK LRBAXA L'XIOX PEIXT1XG IOT.WY T :m: $ J.OU.i year. j:ayaiIc 5 u aihauvv. Addrcss, Ukbn L'sion, Urbana. Ohio -'bbUmo ofllcarts tbtL'uiuLofllaudf The Union of Statt&nouecanscvtr; The Union of Lakes the Union of Land Andthe Flag or Our Us ion Fore vet! The States of the Union with Union of the States." RUTHLESS. Under this head, we said some words j last week about the Government Gang at Washington, "doing the Decoration business at Arlington." And by a mis- Uke of the compositor, the well meant i words were twisted into this: doing the I Democratic, business at That Government Gang Arlington." does not do "Democratic ' usiness" for it inows ' nothing of decency, so we now repeat! what we then meant to say, as follows:! The Government Gang at Washing- i ton, did the Decoration busincs at Ar- ! graves of men who served in the South- j ern Army, and a few women and child ren came and spread flowers on 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. — 9 June 1869

RAILIIOADS. L. j CI nrBrao crxayyin st ions bail tat PA HANDLE ROm (C. C. I. C. DIVISION 1 COIKO WIST. Western Expretc r-y Expresa Niftut i press Accomodation Wit Freight Pay Exprew . . . . Mail kxpresa Nufbt Express .. Accomodation Way Freight -. 45 r. V i 15 P. . 1 SU A. X. 18 A. M. li.30 P. JL 3! A. M. 60 P. M 1.10 A. M. (- 45 A. M. 11.1'J A. M. V Siiw Point Dv and N'ipht Car ran in the Futt prrwtimiBfromCoicmbaiTi Fitubur-r and Phil adelphia Ui New Ton nVout Ota". Thi Sea Tori Ejjirrm rant Daily Pasaeneert 1 eaTing e-oodaT morning by this tram reach New Tors Mood J morning - ,15- 8. F. bccu., Gtn.. Tkt., Agt. D. S. GEAT.Gen., Manager. C1XCKXAII. SASDrSII t CLEATLA5D R. R ltt4 of Oil SttKtt'itly and firai'M'l Sail JToj!. Pawdsg borTm ExoretSo. Cincinnati Ace. J'o. Mai! No. 5 Freight and Acc. "o.l Passixo "obth ClereUnd Mil No 6 Freight and Acc. No. i Beliefontaine Acc. No. S SadocpItt Erprfs No in ...11.35 A.X. ... 5.S3 A. M. ...1J.16P. M. ...5 P.M. ...11.16 A.M. ...11.35 P.M. P....

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 9 June 1869

Items of News. General News. Omaha lias ri;ri-tTil tliivo tii"ii" and voters. The jcll'jv lVv r liu apjK'arvil at Key West. John C Breckinridge i- vi-itin.ur Cbicago. A gun was exhibited in San I'nuieN co tlist fires 500 shots a minutes. George Peabody is on the deep blue ea, bound for his native land. General Dix leaves Havre fr the United States on the 5th of June. Tobacco is again being shipid down the Mississippi from Kentucky. Napoleon, Henry county, talks about a new twenty-five thousand dol lar hotel. It is expected that the Canton water works Will be completed bv t!ie lirt of ' ocpiciuwr. The St. Louis and "cw Orleans Pack et Company will soon organize with a capital of $300,000. The Kentucky Stale Tobacco Fair will be held in Louisville the 3d. The cash premiums amount to S'4.000. John Taylor, known as "Daniel Webster's farmer,' has just died on the 'old farm," and been buried there. Mr. Sloane, President of the (.'. S. & C. Railroad, threatens to erect a new and elegan...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 16 June 1869

i:iw sx vsiu'S 1'lJJUMltO EVKKY WtDNKM'AV - in the URBANA UNION PKIHTISG CO. ll l ! K .u. ..' N. iiii ;.': sc..;h ' I I'outt s:i--1. BOOK & JOB PRINTING, k k i 1 v ;ii:s-. i:::"ii'N 1'L.VIN AM EAXt'Y I'KINTIXG sf( II A IS.-l.-. I'umriil. i-. ''"T.vir? iViiVhV.d.. Ul.nl.-. I'nJiBMCN l-lAtt-wcnl. Ac. Ac .LITLY E-Ml '.Till AT THE ' cxjox job rnisnxo office, AT EK A -ON A CLE KATE. Xo. 20 Xorth JIa in -.street. BANKS. Citizsns Nati:nal Bank. j. i;. Anyr!:ov.;. -i:. G. WILKV. l'jys interest W h"'..i--! - "i I -' without charjre. A13.0. cci!- 1:1 Exchau :.-. m! Pa--:!.--- l turolic )v the ui:u:d l:n--. flirt'.-'- .'- .- i:aw.i:o jknxi: iJAMKL lil.usiv. tt'ILI.1 M WILLV .iosKI'H HILL. ADAM .Vu-o!!V .1. II. HU'SE. i.I.IVKK T wi.fi; Ylt YNK 'HAN K J.li. AUMSTKONi 'KES T .wsin e- liunii l inn Kiid Fore:;: iid fru: -1 - Tin-: Shanpaigr. National Bank I'liiK.-cl .-Si ;..- T ..-' lary AND FIWASCIAL AGENT. JILNiiY WEAVI . T. l- i MHH . U. 1 . Esl'Y. Cariiitr. V. li. UOfeS. I'r-.-.-'t. pROFESs...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 16 June 1869

URBAX-A UNION W RDIf BSOAY June .J, HVB1VIPIG tSG'J. TI1IXTED AM) ri M.I-llElt BV TI1K I'RBAXA l !0 rRIXTIXC HNl'.UY I.i.H! l ;. :-r. . u.i' I'kuwa IMuX, I .l .. ,l!l all.l. J'.li AUJrcis. l'r! I'HeUMONuf il'j.irt-s tbi L'uioiiu ( llamli The CaioD ol State uouc can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Larnlt And t he Flag or Oi'kCxio. Forever! 1 , ; i 1 ! J , ! , "The States of the Union with Union of the States." THE PEACE JUBILEE. The last liuuibu"; i the Kostoll l'eace Jubilee or Mu-it-al ( 'oiirlomeraten. j And why do we rail it a humbiiir. it' may le a-ked? In the first place on ac-j count of its name-. It i- called a "j;rand I jubilee to celebrate the return of jK-ace . throughout the land." Why pitch iijm m ' this particular time to eelt brate the re-1 turnof peace. Tiie cimllict of arms has j been over for more than four year, and i we nave wen Having in that time as much "peace"' as the Radicals, lient on keeping the malice and hatred of the struggle would let us have, 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. — 16 June 1869

RAILROADS. i 3:- kit: ( I N. INN ATI A sf rtn i:a:i way I'W IIM'! r I:i . . c j. I. . 1'iv l-i .r. - i-i l.;n S..,lh. I u I T.,icd. Kxiirc" K.is: Luc-Tin- S.ik; - r. A 1.1" A " A 1.:- S V,.-:. "Loui i: l-jlt-l'iiru' A: I'm.... wirdMlirr Pala.' n iihoitt Hiai ire. Tlie Kicnre I- ' h;i Til. l'-i-na-i train p a- ii New V We-tward tlirou? 1).; at to .Un! Ii M- ' ving Car- o leu:,:.' snu-hy ni.irlul.:.- bv tan i.k M.imIiv in.,r:;ng a; ",. 15. ii . :ir to ivona A Keokr.k. Tiu r Peaee IMv i N:-:ht C ar from Vft Line has .inmbusto Sew To.-k i:.P.ti-lr IVitllOtlt .'IKIIIL''- 1..T C'.ir to St.tTh'TU Chicr.L'0 ii i'.ho' ' Kipo-- train- W t Sunday cxcci led. - Kj.i .V . I'. V. '. C.KiV. M.iilN I rc;.-lil ;iliu A" . ,) !" '. M l..vol:-.ml'.uilN". i FrviL-Ill i'i"l Iklluf.intaiii'- A" . MtiMln-kv Kiiti--- ? r. r. M i . C. M ( IN( INNATI. .NM-sa-.'ItVI.AM !: !! l'A-.lf. S'.l Tl! N u.::...n- t, -, 1-M'i I'- DIRECTORY. KOVAl.-l viNi)i-:if. m. Main fitrcct Halter opposite tlio Court House for HATS &a...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 16 June 1869

When Did Methuselah Die. Tlic Hartford Titi hat a coiitribuior who has iuai a Mtartlinir tlicopry in relation to Methuselah. We will iio( vouch for the forrwtness of his conHii sions, but siilmiit th' whole utijoi ! f.ir Theological discussion: The chronolotry ush! by the civilized world is founded on the dates furnished us in the Bible. We reckon the date of the flood from the dates in the oth chap ter of Genesis. Year-. Welearu from this chapter that Adam lived lefore his son Beth was born, ------ i.tu Seth lived before hi son Ku - was born, - la", Enos lived In-fore his son Canaan was born, ------- ;t Canaan lived before his son Ma halaleel was born, ----- mi Mahalaleel lived before his son Jarad was lwirn. - - - -Jarad lived before hi son Enoch Was Ixirn, ------- Enoch lived lx-1'ore Methuselah was born, ----- . Methuselah lived liefore hi.-i Lamech was born, - - - -Lamech lived liefore his son Noah was ltoin. - - - - i'i" is: s-2 Hence .Noah was Ijuru An. Muijili 1"5 In Genesis...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 23 June 1869

it 1 nr. URBANA UNION POINTING CO. i 1 1. 1. .... .- u !:..: -t --" "" -'' it ifjOK & JOlf PRINTING, ... PLAIN AN I IaNTY I'KIXTIXC tlri".'r" "H.Hb'c.4.. J.LJUL1 IXLltltl" AT T1IE tsios job rnixTisG office. AT l;J.A-o.'.E'i: T.ATI-. Xo. '10 Xoi'th JJ in -street. - - - : BANKS. Citizens National Bank. .!. K. ARMSTH1 N'j- -!:. G. W1LKV. I'jv iii:crv-t M .:- 1 i"'.m without chr?v. A1-o. Ji.u- . Kicbausc, aud 'tUr Pa-.v llt' Europe iy tht I'mia.-d line. l.'inVAKD TKNNlNoS DAN ILL Ul."sK WILLIAM V I LEV. .(i-EI'lI him.. AD M Mosl.KOVl. ,1. 11. r-L'JSli. Mi i k! j y f.'-'i-' l'KANK IfANCh .1. H.-AHMs ruo"'. 1 i' as n u s Bond nud Fortin to aiiil Iroiu T.'Hi Campaign Natisnal Bank AND FINANCIAL AGENT. I- i; i;i iss IICMiV V.LAVL!'- .lMl A M Li: l.. i . 1 l"NUIr F IV K. K'J:-L. l'r. II. tbl'V. t.'ilmr profess jonal. ..SUL-. . jour- H IA tr.JK JAMKS, X1UX& JAMES ITTeilEYS S ISSSSIULIK AT III. IJUBAN i A. - r in I i -.ana Iii-ui.ii"-- im-l-auy BuiWii.; oflk YOUNG & C1IAXIK, TTORni...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 23 June 1869

URBAN A UNION June 23, 1869. PRINTED AND Pl'BLISUED BY THE IRBAXA I'XIOX rRIXTIXG COSPAXY Tit-: f-,O0i year, psyalilc in advance Address, Ukbana L'nios, Url'aua, Obio I The Union or Hearts t bifnioE of Ilandf Tie CJnion of States none cansevcr; The Union of Lakes the Union of Landf Andt he Flag of Ock C.nioi. Forever! f . vT'S 1 V a "The States of the Union with Union of the States." RETIRED OFFICERS. Our readers doubtless notice every little while a statement in the daily pa pers that General or Colonel so-and-so-has been retired with the rank of Major General but we doubt whether they ex actly uuderstand the thing, or how it ef fects their pockets. This is the way it works. A gentleman who has been in the army and attained a certain rank in the volunteer service wnich he has held on to, through political influence and by one pretence of employment or other up to the present time, and to the pay of which he feels that itw.iuld be a very desirable thing to continue to hold on; obtai...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 23 June 1869

RAILROADS. C3. riTTBrnc cishnnati t i."ns i:a:iway TAX II AMPLE !;-tTE. ('. C. A I. C. DIVISION. No.i!ln n; tlit i. -- Toledo ' Kxpri.i" KaM Line ...mm. t. Sottliern Lipns Toledo " F-xprr-s Fust Liue The Southern F.:',r- -- r I'alare i)v A Night i ' '"' i.i...l.r.'A Pl,.;l.-!s.!.i-l. A.M. . A. M. . ; : l'. M ; r. v. M . A T. i. 4 i m. .r. a.m. l.lu A.M. ;l A. M. 1:11 K.i-t" ml In- Silver to N'. w ttr i: ma ni!!i"i;t (tinlije. We-t-Nil-::1 ( nr to Loili-ville nard Silwr I'jli: ,t -, 1 1:1 . .V The Exprw Kaan! h i- M.-plllg aR1 ' f bur- Paxniwr- le.niti:' Sunday morning by llm train rv. h New Ymk Momhy morning at (..15. Westward through :ir to I'eoria & K.-okuk. Tile Kast Lint' ha;- Silw-r J'aUee Iiiv A; "Tur:it ( nr from Colombia to New York via l'i-.i-barg A rhi:ale;.lna without challg--. We-twnrd. h.i Sleeping Or to Chicago without change. ..r Li-tA: Southern Erpie-s trains W..-t run d..i!y. other trait!- daily Slindav exeej ted. s. 1'. T I'l l.. Cell.. Tkt . Agt. D. S. (Jiav. ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 23 June 1869

Toads. VT a nif tins of the N. Y., Farmer's Club Dr. J. V. C. fc-mith, late of Boston, read an interetiii? paper on the impor tance of farmer protect-tiff toad- from injury or destruction. The following i an extract from Uio docunieut : "In consequence of the instinctive appetite of the toad for living injects, a rapid digestion and capacious membranous ; stomach capable of remarkable diseten- tion, toads are incalculably useful to the , gardener by protecting his under vines . from the nocturnal depredators. Both toads and frogs catch their own prey with the point of their tongue. It is a . marvelou-Uy constructed organ occu-! pying but little room at the end of the J gullet-appearing like a small fleshy emi- nence on prying open the jaws; it is; singularly elastic, and may be projected at the pleasure of the animal, 6 and 6 inches, and perhaps more. The project- ile force is exerted with the quickness of a flash of light. An extremely teuaci-, ous secretion exudes from it, so stic...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 30 June 1869

III UJ;Ar UNION. 1TDLISUED EVERY WEDNESDAY" I BY THE ' URBMU UNlONJfilNTIKG CO. n E No. -ii NrtftTMiii ?-uutli nf Court Nirnt.' . BOOK & JOB PRINTING, AND KVKl-Y IESC1;IIT1. PLAIN ' aNI) AnTy i'li 1 NT1NG mi ii as IVkN I'.-pklt lr. In", I l urrt-.' 's l.lUli., tU,iL. lic, .ttcim"t. - NEATLY EXECITEII AT THE csiox job rniXTiSG office, Xu. 'JO Xorth Main-street. BANES. Citizens National Bank. K. XL WiliVi" v' ?- ash-it. ... l.1.1. r.,f tniti'l Stat Uoiios ort-iirn f.i.-. .i...r,. l-.. d.-als in and Fonri Iclian-'c. and wlin l-a2e 1 Hseii liirouc l tlw: Gtuwrd hues.. nm--tr: EDWAT.I) JENNINGS. DANIEL, IJI.OSK. WILLIAM WILEY. .lOSEl'H HILL. ADAM MOSl.KOYL. .1. II. Ii LOSE. LIVKK TAYI.OH, I-I'.ANK CHANCE. J. 15. AKMSTIiONIi. to and froiu -ly. the iga-Hatknal-Baakj AM i United States TJ)e)ositMi-y AND FINANCIAL ACENT. llENKY WEAVLIt. V. T I L Miirr . . f. ESPY, CasUiur. P. 1! liOSS. Pri-f PRorrssioNAL. 1.nBHlI.l":''lll,u"''1 JAMES, X1LES.& JAMES iTiiEYlltiSEliSiflif. ukhana, o. Uf...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 30 June 1869

URBAN A UNION June 30, 1869. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE URBANA UNION PRINTING COMPANY Trjs: 3,00a year, payable in advance. Addreaa, Ubaa Ukioh, Urbana, Ohio. j j I .atOio of Heart. theUnion of Hands The Union of SUtetnonecanseTer; The Union of Lakes the Union of Land. And the Flag or OcBUmosKorever! j I "The States of the with Union of the States." EXPORT DUTY. The Constitution of the United States provided that there shall be no duty on Exports Wherefore did it so provide ? The answer is, that the product of labor and especially the products of Agricul ture should not be subject to contribution for the support of Government that they should be free to seek the best mar kets both at home and abroad. But what have we seen ? A tax on Cotton equal to ten per cent, payable by the planter before it can be moved. A tax on the profit of the land and a tax on land itself because it is property. The Planter paid a tax on his cotton before he could sell it ; the negro who worked for a part...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 30 June 1869

RAILROADS. J "f M riTTSBUUG CTNUXXATI ST. LOUIS RAIL'WAT TAX HANDLE ROFTK (C. c. I. c. DIVISION.) GOIKO WEeT. Southern Exprett1. Toledo F.rprti? Fast Line 1.3" A.M. H ill A. M. 1.15 P. M. 7,45 P. M COINS EAtT. Southern Exprett Toledo " Express Fsst Line 6.4V P.M. S. A.M. 1.10 A.M. ,31 A. M. The Southern Express train Eastward hai Silver Palace Day J"iu-ht tar thronph to New lork via Ptltbure'& Philadelphia, without change. ward Silver Palace bay & Ni;:ht tar to Louisville without charge. The Express Eastward has Slrepioi; tars to Pitta bnre. Passengers leaving Sunday morning by this train reach New York Monday morning at 6.15. Westward thnrach t ar to Peoria & Keokuk. The Fast Line has Silver Palace Dt A Xirht Car from Columbus to ew York via Pittsbar 4 Philadelphia without chanire. Westward, has Sleeping Car to Chicago without change. Express East & Southern Expiess trains West run daily, other trains daiiy Sunday excel ted. S. F. Scull. Gen., Tkt.. Apt. D. S. Ghat,...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 30 June 1869

Siberian Dogs. There may often e seen, of late.jn the streets of New York. dogsof huesize, somutimcs white-and- blackMtftnerfampuy;. low tan. There are Siberian bloodhounds the original stock of whk-h, we believe, was brought from the I ral mountain where they tire .- ni ployed t fr hunting wolves and other tierce U-asts of the chase. In the city of eourvs they are knt merely as curiotiities, and are not 1 half so ut-eful as a fmart Swtch terrier, J who will kill rats in the cellar and give warning if any strange footstep come?! prowling about the house in the niprht. , A more useful kind of Siberian dog than i the majestic one referred to, is the breed I much prized by the tamoyeues, Tungn starts, ana otner northern tnws, a liPHKtA of liurden. Those of Kamtsohat ka are said to be the best. Four of these j animals, yoked to a Jed, will easily (kaw a man with 200 pounds of baggage, and I will run from thirty to eixty mile a day, f according to the condition of the wiow j and the char...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 7 July 1869

UlUiAX A UNION. I'UBLISHJCn EVERY WEDNESDAY BT TBK I URB&NRUNIONjPNINTINGCO.! OrncE No. Si North Main. 6 dnr: SoMh uf I'onrt Strict. I LOOK & JOB PRINTING, ...... A' EVLP V DKSCHIITION PLAIN AND EANCY IT.1NTIXG H a i i.h I'Mirr. (arl. Illllhrad.. YiSATLT EXECITED AT TBI j UXIOX JOB PMXTIXG OFFICE, AT BEAPONARLE KATES. j So. 20 Xorih Jfain-atrcet. BANKS. Citizens National Bank. J. B. ARMSTRONG. - - PRES'T E. G. WILEY, - - CASH'R Pava interest to ht,ld'-r or I'uilM State Bonds without charcc. A1m. dual in Coin and Foreign KEChBDe, and telle Panrasc Tickets to and from Europe hj the Cunard linen. Pirecrnr: EDWAKl) .1KNN1SGS, DANIEL BLOKE. WILLIAM WILEY, JOSEPH HILL. ADAM VOSIiKOVE, J. II. BLOKE. OLIVER TAYLOR. FRANK CHAM'fc. i. B. AKMSTKONG. -iy- . THE Champaign National Bank 015" URBAWA, Uniteil States Depositary AND FINANCIAL AGENT. Dirfs.lmr: V II ROSS JAMES A. VrLUN, HliNKY WEAVER. O. T. C'L.NIHFF. H. F. ESPY, Cashier. P. B. ROSS. Pre-t. PROFESSIONAL. OHK B JAMES. ..HKNBTT....

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 7 July 1869

URBAN A UNION ' BD!BDAY July 7, 1S(9. 1 PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE ; IRBAXA LUOX rRIXTIXG COSPAXT ; Ti $2,00i year . . payaoie in amincc- Address, Ukbina Usios, Urbana, Ohio 'BidHiOHOf Seartt theUnlorj of Hands The Union of Statesnonecansever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flag or Ock Cxios Forever! i ! ' 'The State ef the Union with Union of the States." INTEREST OF MONEY AND MONEY. The owners of money have found be long experience, that it is more profita ble to let others have their money at nix per cent, than to attempt making a gain by lining it themselves. Govern ments by the superiority of their credit, and the permanency of the security they offer, are able to borrow it at a 1ps rate, when lenders have confidence in their stability. We have seen the Government of the United States "so-called" resort to the most disreputable shifts to raise money, and to cover the shinning process, they have resorted to the party trick of call ing all persons rebel sympathis...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 7 July 1869

RAILROADS. riTTSBlKG CINCINNATI & ST. I.'iriS TAX lUM'I.E KiUTK. (:. .'. I. c. l)iviioN.) i;oli; T. Smithi-m Espn-?- Ti.Uslo " Kxprvft KaM Line RAILWAY S(cthern Esii'!t. Tuli-do Expn-! Fst-t LiDe . liA'tV. M. . . c.l.'i A. M. . ... 1.1" A M. Vil A. M. The Sinth-rn K-qiri- train Kii-twnnl lul Silve r Piilnre D.ht Niu-lil 'r tuniti.-h to Niw irk ia PitbnrsA I'hilmMi'liia. t iiIi.mii t li inzt'. "t wurd Silvi-r I'alace lu i N t'l l I arln l.yTiirvillv without cltart'. The Exprri-i' Eastward ha- M.-.-;.ni t'..r tn !Mti bnr. i'aicnrr lravitii: Sitml.iy murium.' by this train'n-a.'h New York Momiay niuriiinir al H.l.Y Westward Ihrouirh Car to Piitria A: Kn.kaii. The Fat Line ha Silver I'.-itorr Day A Sitrht r frtii Colnmhnf to New York via I'itta-bur? .t l'hilail'luliia without rhani-e. WmMranl. ha s i iiu- ar to Chicago without chatitre. K. Eas-I & Southern Expteff train- Wes-l run daily, other trains daily buudar excel ted S. F. S.TLI.. fien., Tkt . Au't. D. s. Geay, 2nd V. I're...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 7 July 1869

Restitution Demanded in a very Sudden Restitution Demanded in a very Sudden Manner. A Few days apo, a Captain Harrison, the agent of the Freedmen's Bureau at Scottsville, called to Charlottesville on business, wasdiningatone fthesal'ns in that town. A younp lady, one of the heroines of the war, whose name we omit, having scrutinized the Caiitain lor a moment, arose from her peatdi-lil-erately, and approached him with the tread of a woman who was not afraid who knew her honest rights and dared to maintain them. Said the lady, with a stamp of her beautiful foot, which suUlued the Yan kee Captain at once. "Is this ('apt. Harrison of the Yan kee army ?" The Captain stammered out that it was "Yes." "Well, sir, you have a watch and chain on your person that belongs to me. You took them from me during the war by force, threats and violence. Xow I want them back." With these bold remarks she accom panied the same with a dexterous move ment of the hands; and the gold watch chain valued at tw...

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