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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 14 July 1869

i.'KiiA N'A .UNION. l'lTJUSnED EVERY WEDNESDAY BI Till URBAN A UNION PNINTING CO. OrriCE No. 40 North Vain, r, d' Street. nn South of Court BOOK & JOB PRINTING, AND EVEHY DESCItinioX PLAIN AND EANCY PRINTING M'CH At 4 Irt- I I ' ( rl. liill html. VEATLT EXEl'l'TED AT THE uxiox job mixTixo office, AT REASONABLE BAT EC So. 20 Xorth Main-street. RAILROADS. 5n PITTSBCRG CINf'lNNATI & ST. LOUS KAIL VAT r.VX HANMJJ ROUTE. (C. c. a r. C. DIVISION.) r;oiNU 'ET. Southern F.jcpres Toledo Express. . Knot Use........ .. 1. SO A.M. .. '1.10 A.M. .. 2.15 P. M. .. 7.40 P.M. IIOINO EAST. Southern Expres Toledo Express Fast Line (',.40 P. M. S ir. A. M. 1.10 A.M. 9,31 A. M. Eastward has Silver The Southern Express train Palace Dav fe Nisrlu Car tliron--h lo New York via Pittsburg' Philadelphia, without chance. West ward Silver Palace Itay & Niu-iit Car lo Louisville without cliargc. Th KxpTcsa Eastward has Slt-enin:: Cars to Pitts burg. Passengers leuvinir Smidy morning by this train rea...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 14 July 1869

ITRRAN A TTN" TON" UEVOAINA Ua PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BT THE irbaw imox rmmc cospaxt: r : 1 !.00 re.r, payable in advance. Addre, Ukbash I'mos, Urban, Ohio i , nniOKof Itfarts tbtCnionofH TWe Union ! StatrtnonecaneeTer; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands ndtbe FlaqofOch Unioj Forever! "The States ef the Union with Union of the Stite." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. fob eoTXRNoa. GEN. WILLIAM 8. ROSECRANS. POB LIXTTESAXT BOTMUtOR, F. J. GODFREY, of Mercer Co. fob rntixi JTDUI, WILLIAM J. G1LMORE, or Preble Co. FOB TRBAHrBEB OF STAtK. STEPIIEN BUHRER, of Cuyabora Co. FOB ATTOBNIT eiXZRAL, COL. iOllS M. CONNELL, of Fairfield Co. FOB BOARD OF FTBLIC WORKS, BENJAMIN P. CHURCHILL, of nmilton Co. GOVERNMENT MURDER. We have asked more than once, why Booth was killed instead of being taken. He was surrounded and in a barn and the barn on fire, and no he must either burn to death or come out and surrender. But he was shot by his pur suers, and so could tell no tales. The pursuers of Booth were pu...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 14 July 1869

BATIKS. Citizsas:Nati:nal. Bank. J. 15 . G. ARMSTRONG. WILEY. prest CASH K P-tv intere-t to hoWv- I mt-.l st-itc Itond without charge. Also, deal,, in Com and KorciiMi Exchange, and sells Pa-sage Ti' kets to and from Europe by the Canard liuii.. KDWAKIt .IKXXINCiS. DAN1KI. Hl.-E. WII.I.HM WILEY, JOSEPH HILL. Ai)M M'isijHOVE. A II. r.l.'KE. ol.lVKIt TYLR. KIIVNK MAM K J. 11. AilMSIUMMi. -Iv. THE whanpoign National Bank OS" United Stnt rs n'io-Mt:u-y AND FINANCIAL AGENT. Jirx-'or; y rt ROSS JAMES A M.LMN, IILSUY WEAVER, o. T. CINDIrF. H. r. ESPY. Cashier. P. B. ROSS. IV- t. DIRECTORY. GO TO HOYALJ. WIXDKK'S The Main Street Hatter opposite the Court House for HATS S CAPS, Straw Goods, Umbrellas, Buck and Kid Gloves &c, &c. Hcalwavs has all the LaitA Xijlt at prices that cannot be heller. . . . Hals A Cups made to older. All gu-ds marked with purchasers name gratis 3otMy. C. "W. ROOF, Bookseller and Stationer, AND tALER U- WALL AND WINDOW PAPERS, Square and Oval Frames, Engravin...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 14 July 1869

Pacific Railroad Scenery. Th Rev. Dr. Eliot, of St. Louis, writ ing to the Democrat of that city of his tour over the Pacific Railroad, stys: "I have attempted no description of the wild waste of country through which we pass in crossinethe continent bevond 41 e . i i i ixiB icw gtutisi icrais uicu are exion ed from one, whether he will or no, and these are very apt to be in superlatives. But while the whole landscapeof a thous and miles or more is such that you can hardly call it anything but dreary and forbidding and desolate, it is far from be ing tame or monotonous. It is no san dy desert of Sahara, nor mere grassless prarie. Take any given space of twenty miles, and it is a picture of exceeding beautv and grandeur. I could wih for no more beautiful outlook from my window than those beautiful gray rocks and sudden uprisings, cone-like, or in peaks, called buttes, and broad sweeps of roll ing prairie, with boundless horizon, without a green spot anywhere, nor tree, nor running wa...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 21 July 1869

URB ANA UNION J FUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY URBANA UN10NPRINTIKG C0. rncE No. 90 North Main. 6 doort South of Court Street. EOOK& JOB PRINTING, AND . - EVERY DESCRIPTION PLAIN AXDEANCY PRINTING PtTH as BL. piplilcl, MEATLT EXECUTED AT THE UXIOX JOB I'ltlXTIXG OFFICE, AT REASONABLE BATE!. Xo. 20 Xorth Main-street. RAILROADS. PITTSBURG CINCINNATI & ST. I.0UIS RAILWAY TAX HANM.E H01TE. (C. C. & I. C. DIVISION. GOING VEST. fcoulhera Express Toledo Express Jat Line l.Mi A.M. i.lii A. M. 2.1 r P. M. 7,45 P.M. GOING EA(-T. Southern Express Toledo " Xxprefts Fbt Line fi.4'1 P. M. h 45 A. M. 1.10 A. M. 1,31 A. M. Tlie Southern Express train Eastward h.i Silver Palre Day & Niirht Car throa-.-h to New lork via Pittpl.urK 4, Phila.leljhia. without change. ' ward Sliver Palace 1)) i Nigtit C"ar to Lonn-ville without charge. The Express Eastward ha Sleeping Care to I itt knrir Pa8enireri' leaving Smiilay iuoruin! by turn wain reach New York Monday morning at ,15. Westward throUL-li ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 21 July 1869

URBAN A UNION July 21, 186!). PRINTED AXD PUBLISHED BY THE IEBAVU'I0 I'EIXTIIXG COHPAXY T:ii-t: Ji.OU year, payable in advance. Address, L'hbam I'mos, Urban, Oiiiu. "be ITiion o f 'learta lb (Union of Hands The rjnion ol States nonecanscver; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands Andthe Flag or Och Ukiok Forever! ; ' ' i : ' ii tl c-i.i - i ti!. :i. n: ins oiatea oi mt umun sun vniun gi I i the States." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOB UOVEKKOB. GEN. WILLUM 8. KOSECKAXS. POB LIEUTENANT UOVERNOS, F. J. GODFBET, of Mercer Co. rott SUTBEXE JCD6E. WILLIAM J. G1LM0EE, of Preble Co. FOB tbeasl-heb of state. STEPHEN BUnEER, of Cuyahoga Co. FOB ATTORNEY UEKEBAL. COL. JOHN M. CONNELL, of Fairfield Co. FOB BOABD OF Ft'BI.lC WOBKS. BENJAMIN P. CHURCHILL, of Hamilton Co. THE U. S. GOVERNMENT AND TELEGRAPHS. Among other Revolutionary acts, an effort was recently made in and a!out Congress to purchase Telegraph lines and make them an adjunct of the Post Office Department. The power to do this was clai...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 21 July 1869

n Ait us. Citizens National Bank. B. ARMSTRONG. G. WILEY. TREST CASH'P. l'ys interest to UoUlTi' f l.::u-'l MtT Bond witnuiit cluirjrc. Also. deal in Coin and Kun-i-.ni Kxi-liauirr, and nils l'ss-a-e Ti'-kci to null from turoyc by the i'unard liuc. THrec'erp: EDWARD JENMSGP. DANIEL BU'SE. WILLIAM WILEY, JOSEPH HILL. ADAM MOS,l:OVE. J. R. BI.OSR. OLIVER TAVi.olt. FRANK CHAM K J. B. ARMSTRONG. THE Campaign National Bank OS" UIIHAIVA, United States De osif ar AND FINANCIAL AGENT. . Director: V 11 ROSS. 4A.VES A. Mi LAIN. HENRY WEAVER. O. T. CLNDIEF, ! J ; II. F. ESPY, Cashier. P. B. ROSS. Prett. DIRECTORY. GO TO ROYAL J. WINDER'S The Main Street Hatter opposite the Court House for HATS S CAPS, Straw Goods, Umbrellas, Buck and Kid j uioves ecu., tx.u. j y-, , - D- n He always has all the LnuA H'thr at prices that Hau & Capf m'adeto order. All uojds marked with purchasers name gratis. 3U6-1J. C. "W. IROOIF, Bookseller and Stationer, AND DEALER IX Will AND WINDOW PAPERS, Square and Ov...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 21 July 1869

How Topsawyer was Identified. Topsawyer, of the house of Topsawy er, Bulliton & Co., importers and mer chants, Bos'.on, found himself going in to a bank in New York, last week, with a check drawn to his order, which he duly endorsed, and presented to the pay ing teller. "2Ir. Topsawyer?" inquired that indi vidual, glanring at the robust figure be fore him. " Yes, sir," said Topsawyer sonorous ly, from behind his ample waistcoat, 'that's my name." "Know any one here, Mr. Topsaw yer?" "Know any one here?" said the mer chant, looking arouud at the busy crowd of money-counters, book-keepers and others that were within his range of vis Ion. "No, not a 6oul.' " Very sorry sir, we can not pay out money unless the holder of the cheek is known to us, or identified as being the proper person to receive it by some one we know." "Proper person to receive it, sir," said Topsawyer, growing red about the gills, "proper person to receive it, why, any body knows me in New York ! t?pratt, Roe 4 C...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 28 July 1869

URBANA UNION.' FUBLISUED EVERY WEDNESDAY BT THE URBANA UNION PRINTING CO. rr-KE No. SO North Jlaiu. 6 doort South of Court Street. BOOK & JOB PRINTING, AND EVERY DESCKIITION or PLAIN AND EANCY PRINTING 1I.L, I'aaivhlrta, rr!r, IVfrr, Carrie Blllkr.-. Ulan-. l'rirwrN KE1TLT IXB-ITED AT THE UXIOX JOB FMXTIXQ OFFICE, AT REASONABLE BATE. Xo. "20 Xorth Main-street. RAILROADS. riTTSBCUG CIXCISXATI & ST. I.OUIS RAILWAY PAX HAXULE KOCTE (.. K. & I. f. DIVISION.) UolNti 1VET. skiuthcru Kiprc? Toledo Eipresa i'ast Line l.:jtl A.M. i.lci A. M. . 2.15 P. M. j .,48 P. M. GOIXU EAST. Southern Express Toledo Express fi.40 P. M S.4.. A. M. i 1. 10 A. M. ! Fast Line bsi Ltiuu , J The Southern Exprc-a train Eastward ha Silver , alaceDay & Niirhl Car throturh to New York via ; !,:)! A. M. !.... T , Jt- I'ittebur & Philadelphia, w ithout chanre. Wt-i wart Silver Palace Day & i:ut (Jar to w.uismhc w ithout charpe. ..., . . ;,. The Express Eastward has Sleeping Carp to Pitts . Pas...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 28 July 1869

RBANA UNION W MDITESDA.Y BVIIPfinO July US, I860. miXTED AND l'l BL1SUD BY THE 111BAM LI0 IHIXTIXG C0HPAV!i r:itU4: J,OU.iye.ir, payable in advauic AdJris, L'kbaa Union, L'rbauu, Ohio I j ii eH vims I t'arts thiL'nioDol II and Tlie In'mo ul Staitunonecansevcr; I'he Uuionof Lakes the I" lion of Landf ud t be Flag urUci Union Forever! 1 ! j ! i i : j "The States of the Union with Union of the States." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOB GOVERNOR. UEN. WILLIAM S. ROSECKAXS. roK MEl'TENANT OOVEBXOK, F. i. GODFREY, of Mercer Co. FOR PUFRKME JUDOE, MAM J. (ilLMORE, of Preble to. W1I TOR TREASURER OF STATE. STEPHEN BUHREK, of Ctiyho;; Co. FOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. CL. JOHN M. CON NELL, of Fairfield Co. FOB BOARD or PUBLIC WORKS, UENJAMIX P. CHURCHILL, of Uamiltun Co. RAIL ROAD ACCIDENTS. Accidents we have called them, that being the name given to things unfore seen and which seem to happen. We might rather say murders, for most of them are caused by that unheed and rushing hurry to get through, which...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 28 July 1869

BANKS. Citi Mi 1 Bank AKM.-TKoNi; WII.KV. V - Hilrlt-l 1u I K, li.ni t. nliil I l.!lHHc '' tlit t Ml;.:'l lines. I,,,,',.,,. LIIWAKO .IKNMNt; LMNIF.L IW.iisK. WILLIAM Wll.KY. .IOSF.1'11 HILL. 1) M Miisi.KOVK. ,t. II. Ul.osl-:. ol.lVKK TYI i;. I'll INK t II AM V.. .1. P.. Ai:vs'n:oN;. !' DIRECTORY. isc.i. ib;('.:. URBA'iA ELEVATOR. BENNETT & CO., Commission Merchants, AND DEALERS I N GRAIN a PRODUCE, CllliAXA, OHIO. 'r.-- l,.M-;it'-'l :lt I II'-' T'--in-' f ill' ' A. t . W. Kai;w:ty. ami C. S. i (.'. I . C. A. I. . Ii. GRAIN STORED OR FROM EITHER ITIO-D- If CiO TO jr A r. .r. win i i;irs The Main Street Hatter opposite the Court House for HATS GAPS, Straw Goods, TTmbreilas, Buck andKid i -., ... x- ; . .! U.-.Hlu:o- lu i iiiliut !'e I'l-tK-r. 11. its A: t'jjn' iiu'le to order. All 'rjU Itni'-'ia'THiiam-' .Trtlis. J.ly. . muk.dwiih C- W. ROOF, Bookseller and Stationer, AND IfLAI.bit IN WALL AND W I N D 0 rV PAPERS, Square and Oval Frames, Engravings, Fancy Articles, Toys, &c. ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 28 July 1869

American Political Parties-Their Historical Names and Prominent Leaders. Tt..l.V:iL ui ,'.... i .. . .ft-CK 1 Tl V 2' 3 J . ftfterthe adoption of tit ConHtitiition were r rurrtBu xvimviruaii. i imrt conspicuous leaders of the former were e iormer were i&VrJ1 '.B w ,CH' Madison and George Clinton. Among the prominent joenger memben of the StK'rlf Prt-T,,,r;r JieU7 Cl8J w V.itt CUntop, and near the close of Jef- fewon'. Adaumstration John Quincy Adami. all of whom subsequently Ije-; came disUngmshed opponents of the(co same parry, lae republicans lavoreua reftriction of the powers of the National townment, and advocated State Rights, while the f ederalist held an- Ujnistopinoos on both these subjet t. The two .parties continued I to hear these names until the era of good feeling under tbeeond term of Monroe's Admimstra- turn, when the J ederal party expired During the Administration of John Quincy Adams, hwopponents, under the lead of an Buren and Jackson, assum- ed the name of De...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 4 August 1869

(I KB A X A. UNION.; l'lULIs'IBI) EVEKY WEDNESDAY 1 EV THE URB&HS UNIOryRINTIKGCO. PniiC No. SU North Main, fidoon. s.uuth of Court Street. HOOK & JOB PRINTING, AJ.D EVEl'Y. UESCKIITIUX PLAIN AND EAXCY HUNTING SCCH A? ltoek- I'mililt-. Card.. Jilllhm liianL. l'rrrwr. MMtemcMl. Ar, Ac KEATLY EXKCITED AT TnE uswx job rniXTjyra office, AT REASONABLE BATES. Xo. '20 Xorth JIatn-xtreet. RAILROADS. Em. nnsBURG CINCINNATI & ST. WIS KAlIAVAY TIN HANDLE I'.OITE c. c. & I. c. DIVISION.) UuINU WEsT. Southern Express. Toledo K press Fast Line l.IXI A.M. .Ill A. M. 2.15 V. M. 7.43 I. M. COINO LAT. i;.4u P.M. K.43A.M.I 1.10 A.M.' (1,31 A. M. Southern Express Toledo Ftnress . Fast Line . -n... ...,th..r.. i-'ri.ress train Eastward ha Silver ValceI)ayKiirW Car throu-h to New lurk ua Pilflmra & Philadelphia, without change. West-; ward Silver Palace Day A KijrIU Carlo Louisville WTKxEa6tWard has 8leeii Car, to Pi...- ! bar" PaW'ti'-eiT lraviiiz Sunday mornuig by tin . train' r-ach...

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

1JRBANA UN ION - - - V MOMKSDAY BTUKIRO Aayast 4, 1869. l'KlXTEI) AND rUBLl!SHE BY THE I'RMXA LMOX PR1XT1XG COSPAXY -?i.00 iycar, ayalle in advancc. L Kit an A L'miin, Urbann, Ohio Address, V i 'ueUnionuI Ic.irts tutL'niouol HamU TUc Union of Statemonecausevcr; The Union of Lakes the Union of Landf And the Flag of OlrUniok Forever! "Thr. Stales of the Union with Union of the States.' DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOB UOVKRNon. ;i-:X. WILLIAM S. KOSKCIiANS. KOC LIEUTENANT UOVKRMIE. F. J. UOIKKEY, of Mercer In. nut scpi;e3ie ji ue. WILLIAM J. i.lLMOKE. of Preble Co. FOIt TKEAKCKEB or STATE. S I Fl'lIEX Bl'HREK. of t nya!iof:a o. ruK ATTOKKEV OENEItAL. COL. JOHN M. CONNKLL, of Kairtield ( o. FOU BOAUD OF Ft Bl.IC 'ORks, HESJAMIN F. CUURCUILL, of Hamilton 1 o. . I i ! 1 : THE "COOLIE TRADE" SO-CALLED. Til Kit k is to be a new s)asm aljout Coolie laljor. Tlie rpasmodics of New England are getting up anew infesta- : tion in the shape of petitions to the j asking him to Ik; fierce and ; diligen...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 4 August 1869

BANKS. Citizens National Bank. K. G. AKMSTU NJ. WILEY. I'KF.S T CASH V, Pay- intcrc-l without . liar-i-. Km haiu- Kur.ic 1 , HU1 v the ti li-.l 1- . .. I tilted State- BoncN Ako. d..il- lu i-tu ami Fort-iii ra:,i-c 'IYk.li- lo and from uu.-.rd hues. Itrt''Tt,r' . EDWAKD JtNMNOb, DANIEL 1'I.l'SE. WILLIAM WILEY. JOSEPH HILL. ADAM Musc,KUYE. .1. H. HLtiSE. i'LIVEH TAYLOK. KHAN K CIIAM'E. J. It. AltMsTKONCi. I ; DIRECTORY. ISC,'.1 URBANA ELEVATOR. ROSS, DENNETT & CO., Commission Merchants,! AND I DEALERS IN ! GRAIN a PRODUCE,! UIUIAXA, OHIO. t-ff I.. at. d mi i nt: cios-in of the ". C. i. I. -'. ik I A. i O. - Hallways, and I . s. a; -. i.. i.. ! I ' ! GRAIN STORED CR FROM EITHER ROAD. :m If c;o to KYAi,.l. WINDHli'S The Main Street Hatter opposite the Court House for TTATS GAPS. : Straw Goods, Umbrellas, Back and Kid , Gloves &.C., &c. ! ilcalaay has all lhc latnt Mytmt price that cannot lie Letter. Hats 4 Cape made lo order. Ail marked with purchaser name gratis. UMi-ly. I...

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

Do Something. Jso one has a rijrlit to W idle. Tlinre is to much to le done in the world for any one to stand aside and content him self with doinj: nothing. Life is a ha tile iu which every human lieing has a duty to perform : and he who drops out of the ranks and shirks the conflict, or looks on it as a mere siectator from some safe poiutof leisure, is entitlwl to contempt eiually with the soldier who abandons his place and flee- from the hullets which his comrades are breasting. Our cities swarm with idlers who would willingly do their part in this battle of life if they could only be officers; but they are not content to be soldiers. Those fascinating creatures esteem themselves alwve the vulgarity of manual labor. It would de grade tliem. A hardened hand, or a sun burnt skin are degradations not to be submitted to short of absolute starva tion and hardly then; for there are plen ty of men not many women who will d waddle along through life in a condi tion of idle starvation, ra...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 August 1869

BANA UXIOX. 1TBUM1ED EVERY VEDNESIAV EV THE URBAN& UNION PRINTING CO. Ol I K L Xo i North Main. (', !,. s;rc !. South of Court 'HINTING, AND Evr.nv desckiitiox or l'LAlX AND EAXCY PRINTING M ( U AS i;,.Ls rwp!ilf t-, t.rd-T Ifillb. ni-. MttU'DICI-'t A.-., Ac JiEATLY EXECl'TKD AT THK UXTOX JOB PItlXTIXG OFFICE, AT r.FJASONAEI.E T.ATES. "fl "VtrtTi, 17 u-sf vert. HAILHOADS. Xo. ti5 -r)-r riTTSBniG CINCINNATI oi ST. I.ol"I: TAX HAMH.K KoCTE- KAII.WAY P1YI: W EsT, loN.i Southern Express Toledo Kvpn s last Line 1. :;o A.M. ... li.lll A.M. "" . S.I.-, 1. M. --ti I'. M. C.OINC KA-T. Sovthem Expr-s- s-.'i'i'-v Fast Line A- M The Stroth-ru Exp"'-- Ir.iiii E.i-t ward ha Silver I,.,vr A- N'i ',! Car thl'MI :11 to .sew lllk UJ 'itt-Lai-s A; pliil:id'l),hi. ward Silver Palace vithunt chai-L'c. The E'.ures Eatwar.l M- traiu reac h New York MuiuUy moniin;' at .J'. Wtrd tbPHl::ll t' ir to Peoria A: Keokuk. I ie l a-t Line has SiSvr l).v A; Nj.-ht ar from iMmhuto .N' York via I'ltl-utirai: I'lnl...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 August 1869

URBAN A UNION w ilmTaiDA.Y August 11, 1869. PRINTED AXD PUBLISHED BY T11E IRBAXA CXIOX rElXTIXG CQMXY T tiut i J,00 i year, payable iu advance Address, Ubbasa Union, Crbaua, Ohio .'BElJtioK ol .tearts thtUuioliof U.iudf The Union ot Stuttsnouecansever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Laudf And the Flag of Our Union Forever! ' ' ! . The State of the Union with Un.on of , the States.' mm DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOB GOVERNOR. FOB L1CUTKN ANT BOVIBStOB, F. J. GODFREY", of Mercer Co. rOB SUlHEME WILLIAM J. fJlLMORE, of Preble Co. roB TBIASUBEB OF STATE, STEPHEN BUHRER, of Cuya!ioL-a Co. FOB ATTORNET CENEBAL, COL. JOHN M. CON SELL, of Fairfield Co. FOB BOABD Or PCBLIC WOBKS, BENJAMIN P. CHURCHILL, of Hamilton Co. j j j I I j GEN. ROSECRANS DECLINES. It was an ill-judged thing in the Dem ocratic Party to nominate a man as their candidate for Governor, who was at the time beyond seas. A part of the Con- : ventiou endeavored to force a uomiua- j tion on Mr. Pendleton, against his ex- ! pres...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 August 1869

BATIKS. Citizens Naticnal Bank. ARMSTRONG. WILEY. i'KE.S'T CASIIR 15 G. Pay- mtcrot to hul-l- rr I nil' (1 stale" Boiid "Uhont charge. Alco. deals hi Coin aud porciiru F.sihauu"'-, and nils Pai-t-ajc Ticket, to and fnjiu Ktirope by the Cnnard lines. EDWAKD JENNINGS, DANIEL BI.OSF. WILLIAM WILEY. JOSEPH HILL. ADAM MOSOKOAE, J. H. NLOSE. OL1VEK TAYLUli. FRANK IHANi E. -f.B. AKMSTKONC;. -1. DIRECTORY. 1SG0. UROANA ELEVATOR. ROSS, BENNETT & CO., Commission Merchants, AND DEALERS IN GRAIN & PRODUCE, UHBAXA, OHIO. "Located at tut- croi--iu of Hie C. C. & I. C. &. A. . W. Railways, and c. S. & C. It. K. I GRAIN STORED OR TRANSFERRED FROM EITHER JRCJA-LJ- :i;i-tr GO TO 1 i O V A L.I.WINDE The Maiu Street Hatter opposite the Court House for HATS Ck CAPS. Straw Goods, Umbrellas, Buck and Kid Gloves &c, &c. He always lias all the UUtst V'j' at prices thai cannot foe lictter. Hats A. Cat made to order. All su-jds marked with purchaser!! uainc gratis. 3ialy. C- "W. RO...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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Landscape Under the Sea. Mk. CiKKKX the fumous diver, tells binsruliir Mirics of liis ixlvfiiiurcK wln-ii making search in the deep water of the ocean. He tlnw sketches what he saw at the 'Silver Hank,' near llavti : The bank of coral on which my divines were made is aKwt fortv miles in lenjrth. On thw .bank is presented to the diver one of the most beautiful and suMime scenes ' tlie eyes ever beheld. The water varies from ten to one hundred feet in depth, and is so clear that the diver can see from two to three hundred feet when submerged, with but little olwtruction to the sight. The bottom of the ocean, in many places, is as smooth as a marble floor ; in others it is studded with coral columns, from ten to eighty feet in di ameter. The tops of those more lofty support a myraid of pyramidical pend ants, each forming a myriad more, giv ing reality to the imaginary abode of some water nymph. In other places the pendants form arch after arch, and as the diver standi; on the bottom of...

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