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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 August 1869

UUBAtfA UNION. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY UREANAUNIQJPRINTINGCQ. rrn-E No. it) North Main. 6 door; South of Court street. BOOH &. JOBPRINTING, AM i LVLl'.Y IESCUHT1"X or PLAIN AND EAXCY rillSTlXG ni l U AS C.rd.7 Blllbr... Klp.t.. ''"!"""' btaUvcatn, A.C.. c KEITIY EXECl'TEO AT THE L'XIOX JOB miXTIXG OFFICII, AT BE ASKABLE KATE?. jYc;. 20 Xovth Main-street. RAILROADS. linSBlKG CINCINNATI & ST. LOUIS liAII.WAV Y.W HA.MH.E K'Jiir,. C. C. & I. C. DIVISION.1 ,'! WEfT. uuthcru Esprr--: Toledo Express Fast Line 1.3M A.M. A. M. 2.13 P. 11. 7.45 P. M. uol?b east. Houtberu Esprcts. Toledo I'. M. i S.15A.M. st Liuc A; M- The Southern Express train Jfcstward has Silver Palace Day SKit-nt Car through to New rk ( Pittebur" & Philadelphia, without chan-e. W est- : wardBUvcf Palace Day & Nifht Carlo Louisville W,EE.8tward h Hl.?,ius Can, to , IMtUu j W Passenzer leaving Sunday inoniins by this . train reach New York Monday mornimr at .o. : Westward throu-h Car lo Peoria 4 Keokuk...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 August 1869

IJ RB AN A UNION PRINTED AND PVBL1SUED BY THE iRmmiox imtig iompaxy TiHi:-$J,00.i year, payable in advance. Address, L'KliASA I mon, Urbaua.Ohie Chi Union olli carte thtUuionol Hands The Union of SUtesnonecaB sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flag ofOib I'sios Forever! 'The State ef the Union with Union of the State." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, for movernor. HOX. GEORGE U. PENDLETON, of Hamilton Co. FOB L1EI TNT faOVEKKOK, F. J. GODFREY, of Mercer Co. ron SUPREME JCDGE. WILLIAM J. G1LMOKE, of Preble to. rOR TREASl'BER OP STATE. STEPHEN BfHRER, of Cnyaiie-pi Co. rOR ATTORNEY GENERAL. COL. JOHN M. CONNELL, of Fairfield Co. FOR BOARD OP Pl'BLIC WORKS, BENJAMIN P. CHURCHILL, of Hamilton Co. I I THE BACKDOWN. The United 8tates Government have finally come forward and thro' their Dis trict Attorney at New York and their Commissioners, have confessed that they have no case against the Texan Pratt. They haye the hardihood to claim this as a vindication of United 8tates Juri...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 August 1869

BATIKS. Citizens National Bank. B. ARMSTRONG, E. G. WILEY. Til EST CAS11R Fays interest to hold-rr ( l'niicd stale Bond, without charge. AImi. de.-!?- in i'un and Foreign Exchange, aud sells Pa-au'c Ti-kels to aud from Europe by the Cuuard hues. Dinctfr: EDWARD JENNINGS. DANIEL l;LOK. WILLIAM WILEY, JOSEPH HILL. ADAM MOSl.KoVE, i. H. BLUSE. OLIVER TAYLOR. FRANK H.N K. 4. B. ARMSTRONG. -lv. DIRECTORY. 1SC0. 1S0'.. URBANA ELEVATOR. ROSS, BENNETT & CO., Commission Merchants, AM) DEALERS IN GRAIN & PRODUCE, URBANA, OHIO. pf-Locati'd at the crwiiii! of the '. C. & 1. '. i A. G. W. Railways, aud C. S. & C. It. K. GRAIN STORED OR TRANSFERRED FROM EITHEB ROAD. 371 -tf GO TO ROYAL. J. WINUUH'S. Tha Main Street Hatter opposite the Court House for HATS S CAPS. Straw Goods, Umbrellai, Back and Kid Gloves &c, &c. He always has all llie Latetl Wyfc. at prices that cannot lie better. Hats & Caps made to order. AU go-jde marked with purchasers uatue gravis. aui-ly. C. "W...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 August 1869

A Strange Metamorphosis. THETerre Haut (Indiana) Journal tells this veracious story : t t. : . . r 11. . i icw iiinia ouii-e uie residence ol a prominent citizen was entered by u burg lar, and some valuable jewelry and oth er property stolen and carried awav. But before leaving the house, it apjear.s he paid a visit to nearly every apart- mem in u. .traces 01 nun were found amrveaim ueujw tiairs; wuerever, in-, d .J,1' w? Irol,able ,an-v valuables could be obtained. It so happened that member of the family belonged to that much abused and very excellent class of society called 'old maids.' She is a free-hearted, generous lady, iutelli- gent and refined, and the only fear that ner weli-lan&nceU miud liad ever known, is the apprehension that in some evil hour Satan will lure her aflec- tion into the keeping of that aUmiina- tions of her miud, a man. The good lady prays every day that so much evil may not befall her, and that she may live and die in maiden meditation fancy free. No...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 25 August 1869

(I KB AN A UN LUX. - - ri tLlUEH EYKKY WKUNFl-NAY RV THK URBANA UNION PRINTING CO. iri'.t No. in Ninth yi iif ' , fcOOK & JQBPItlHTING, A'.n FLAIN AM KAN FY I'lIINTIM; - 1 . II A N -.L .. litMthS I-. I lr Miff. l-o-i.r-. ,.!-. HIIII-. stt-aM il. A i .. A v MTATIV Mill AT THI. uxjus job j':i. Jxr ot n i:, at i.i;.- mm: i ti.-. JVo. X'O North Miii-s(i t. RAILROADS. rilsBUio C1N' INN ATI A. T fl'l- l:AII Ai TAN 1IM'I K l:m 'Mi ll.', i'. J. I ' hlvi-ioN.) v. I, T. Southern K -.prr-Toledo F.xprt I at Line . ' 1 A.M. i:. 1'. m ,1.-.!'. M. I.UIV; fct T. i-utliern Eiprt-M1 Toledo Fxpref Vml l.ilie i. i'l I'. M. . - r. A M 1 1 A. V. '.'.il A.M. The Southern Ei-s nam K...i.ti.l ha-- sih. Pahv bay & Ni-.-ht far Hit h t.. New Yoil. via Htuhnr- I'hl I.I.I. !-lna. "itli-"' li.n:-. ."--I-ward Silver I'alaee. Pay A Nvl.l ' I- l...-1-wU.-wit hont charm'. ... The Expire Ea-taard ha- M-nmig ;I '". 1 '.- bur-'. I'Mwnycr- b-.'--- SMi..l.iy in -' by l- triS r.-;h New Y.k M. .!;.-. a FaH Liuc h Si...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 25 August 1869

URBANA UNION! , i August X,, I860. - . , I'KIXTED and itbusued by the i-ntiivi vint- i,ri .,.,,,.! IRBAY IM0 KWTM Tim AddrvS: : ;i,OU. year, payable in advancc I'uuam Union, Urbana, Ohio. . rK Union of Heart- thiL'nioLol lijud Tie Union ol States Bone can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands AndtueFLAOorOcKUmoisForcvcr! 5 'The States ef the Union with Union of the Sfaiei." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. FOB OOYKENOB. HON. t.E'JKGK U. PENDLETON, of Hamilton Co. roK LIECTENAHT KOVKBftOR, T. i. GODFREY, or Mercer Co. MR FL'PREHC JCDME. WILLIAM J. GILMORE, of Preble Co. roB TREAsl'BER or STATE, STEPHEN BUHRER, of Cuyahoga Co. roB ATTORNEY UES'ERAL, IDl, JOHN M. CONN ELL, of Fairfield Co. rOB BOARD OF FVBLIC '0KS, BENJAMIN P. CHURCHILL, of Hamilton Co. Whkn the Radical party assembled in National Convention at Chicago they resolved that a debt of gratitude wa due to the soldiers of the Republic that could never be paid. It is doubtless owing to this conviction of the impossibility of 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. — 25 August 1869

BANKS. Citizens National Bank. V AKMST!;i)XG. K. G. WILLY. PKL.ST cAsin: :inl Komi.'!! I'jvs. interest lu itolili .1 without charge. Al-w. d Kxclulligv, Hid Hic I'a-aj'- 'I t k Knrooe. by the Cuuard Iirt-tif : EDWAKD JKNMN'i DANIEL ULOSK. WILLIAM WILEY. JOSEPH HILL. ADAM MOS.l;oL i. H. I'.LUK. OL1VEK TAVL'il!. KKANK NAM K. j. it. ai:msti:on(.. -lv. DIRECTORY. 18GH. URDANA ELEVATOR. ROSS, BENNETT & CO., Commission Merchants, - AND DEALERS I N GRAIN & PRODUCE, VJiBAXA, OHIO. rVUx atcd at the cro-in-.- of the '. C. & A. Jt. . W. Kailwajs, and C. S. Jet. ! GRAIN STORED OR TRANSFERRED FROM EITHER TIOJJD- sa-tr GO TO KOYALJ. WINDKim The Maia Street Hatter opposite the Court House for HATS S CAPS, . Straw Goods, Umbrellas, Buck and Kid Gloves &c, &c. He always has all the .svyfr-at prices lli.it tHiin.it be better. Hats & tape made to older. All KO-jds marked Willi purchasers uainc gratia. C. "W- ROOF, Bestseller and Stationer, WALL AND WIND OW 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. — 25 August 1869

Handling Cattle. Many persons who ship cattle by rail road sutain very heavy loss by not pre paring their stock for the trip lefre put ting them aboard the cars. If drovers would make the experiment once, and take their stock from the pasture thirty hours before car time, and put them iu a lot and feed on nothing but dry timothy they i'iild, after the trip was made, be so thoroughly convinced of the advanta ges of such treatment that they would never again ship their stuck when filled full of lresh .th-nt. Much of the stock that tomes here by railroad sailers great ly on the w ay in coli-eUence of not le iiig prepared" for the trip, and when ta ken oil' the car- they areguant and tired, and sick, too, and remain so for several day-', eating only sparingly of the very l.est food that can be given them. Some drovers well understand the advantages of putting their tattle iujiroper tondi tion. and when they unload their stock for rest they have the satisfaction of see ing them, in a few...

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

LiiiAXA UNION. Ft Bl.lsUKD EVERY WEDNESDAY URBANA UNlONfRlHTING CO. i i n r. No. S North Main, r, d.."i. s..uili of I outi KO OK & JOB PRINTING, i:vi:i'V i)ici;in M'N or MAIN AND EANCY TIUNTINfJ I 'II As 'amfhli t I'u.ler.. i;i 1! h .!-. 1'rwrri.Birp, Or. tilarw. t fK lUunk , J.EATLT EXECI TED AT THE exox job rmxTisG office, AT tEAOAEl.E HATES. Xo. '() Xorth Jlaai-sfrett. RAILROADS. Pinsiil'KO C1M 1NXATI & ST. l.'H"I' KAIL WAY FAN II A.M'it !." V. i I. C HIYIS1UN. WIT. Siiulll'Tn EHr -Toledo Expri ss Fast Line 1.:;u A.M. V HP A . M. 2.13 I'. V. 7.15 P.M. O'llN'i EAT. SorJhi'ni Express Toledo " Express tn-t Line The Soiilliern Exj-n-s Irani I.a t..i. Ii:,v A-. Nihl nr lliroiiL'n 1 . 1. M. s. I.", A.M. l.HI A. M. A.M. aril !ia Silver ' N.-w Hrk i:l r'ili-iHiiu' A: l'iiiUi(lel.hia. v. ili ufird Silver Palace HayiNii-. .ill riling.'. VVt-vt-I I'.rl'i l.ollir-villi; W- Pi-iMimer. leaving Si;rlay iiioriiuil.- by tln min meh New York Mm.-lay niornin-a M... Wes, ward ,l,r,,,,a . ar ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 1 September 1869

URil3A.?.A TJS IOH September 1, 1860. TRISTFJ XV n IUJSHKB BT TUE irbwa ixmx mxtixg mnw i 1 1 1 . Addrcs, .'0 ;.-ir, pjwl.le In 1raniT- Lkbi-c I'sios, Urban, UMo, faiCvtONOf iljantln Union ofIIH(t Tkt Colon o! State uonecxneeTer; The Union of hake- the Union of Land t Andthc Flag or Och UsiONForert rl The 8tats ef th Union with Union rf the State." i mmtmm . DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. OTER"Ott. ltoK. OEOKfiE II. rENHLETOX. of HjHiUtou o. ro tlBCTTNAST OVFB1to. T. OOPrKF.r. of Vererr IM. U H.UAM 3. OlLVORE. of Prrtilp Co. FOR TKEASCRrR OF rTaTB. yTKl'II HX BCHRKH. of Cnrmion Co. Foil ATTORN PT flrVTOAU COI. JOHV M. t:ON"XFLL. of FalrVM O. foh o4iu or FCi.rr works, nEAllIS . flirUCIlILL, of ILuultf C j , THE TAKER. Mr. JorrxHirraitAxhjwteheneeniee. In the election business, And made Ids opcnlnjr speech t Canton, In 8frke County. Ho there announced It as Re- publican policy, that they had already taken off oil taxes on ilanufactures, and thpv would axn take off tdl remainlnir r r 1 T . 4...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 1 September 1869

BANKS. Citizens National Bank. B. ARMSTRONG, -G. WILEY, - - FRE3T - CASHR Pavs interci't ! holder-of United States Bondi v.Vw.,. ..1. .1-.. .1 .n' l'..in ami rimm Eichaui-v, udt" il- Paai.'o Ticket to and from Earuit: by the luuard hues. Dirtetort: EDWARD JENNINGS, DANIEL BLOSE. WILLIAM WILEY, JOSEPH HILL. ADAM MOSGKOVE. J. H. BLOSE. OLIVER TAYLOR, FRANK CHANCE. J. B. ARMSTRONG. -iy. DIRECTORY. 1860. 1860. URBANA ELEVATOR. ROSS, BENNETT & CO., Commission Merchants, AND DEALERS I N GRAIN & PRODUCE, URBAN A, OHIO. rsr-Locatcd at tiic ciwsiii".' of tbe C. C. & 1. C. &. A. it G. W. Railways, and C. S. & C. 11. It. GRAIN STORED OR TRANSFERRED FROM EITHER ROAD. TTl-tf GO TO ROYAL J. WINDER'S. The Main Street Hatter opposite the Court House for HATS & CAPS, Straw Goods, TJmfcrellai, Buck and Kid Gloves &c, &c. Be always has all tlic IaiU'I at prices tluit cannot be better. Hats & Caps made- to order. All soode marked w an purchasers name gratis. i-ly. G....

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

The First Week of the Telegraph. . - In the fall of V& Mr. Alfred Vail, of torristown, New Jersey, pave the writer an account of the receipts of the tele(rrajh at the 'Washington office during the first four days of its operation, after it had been taken under the patronage of tl government, and at hla f quet Mr. Vail afterwards wrote it down. That record is now lefore him, . 1 from it the pres ent statement is ; words of the manr Se, mostly in tne pt. The telegraph wan first put in opera tiou, letween A ashington and Haiti- . more, in the spring of 1M0, and was shown without charge until April 1ft, Congress, during the session of 1S44, '4o, made an appropriation of $8,1)00 toi keep it in operation during the year, pla cms t, at the same time, unuei , under Uie super- . vision of the l,otma'ter-GenTal. lie, at the close of the session, ordered a tar iff of charges of one cent for every four; characters made by or through the tele graph, apiHinting aiao the operators of' the line...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 8 September 1869

in; ban a union. PUBLISHED KYERY WEDNESDAY j BI TUB URBANA UIIONPRIfiTINGCO. Writer. No. So North y in. C doorr S.nlh of Court stn-vt. BOOK c JOB PRINTING, 1 AND 1 EVEHY DESCRIPTION i or PLAIN AND EANCY NIINTIXG ' M-rn ap B P.wplilf-t. Clrrlni, ,'",iT.r,? j t.rd. KIIU-d-. htL(MlS AC KEATLT EXECUTED AT THE : UXIOX JOB miXTIXQ OFFICE, j.T REASONABLE RATE?, i So. 'JO Xorth Main-street. RAILROADS. PITTS BCUG CIXCIN'N'ATI & ST. 1.0CIS P.A1LWAY PAX HAXIU.E IinrTE. (C. C. & I. C DIVISION.) OOING VET. No. Nislit Ellin-? 6 Day ' 10 Wenicrn " -. b Accommodation GOIKU EA?T. No. 1 Day ExproM " S Mail " " TNijrht " a A , f-nnimMl:ll ion . 1.W . m. ,2.15 p. m. . .. Ar p. m. ..'.'.ID a. m. 1.31 a. m. .S.l!i p. m. ..1.10 a. m. ,.S,10 t;n vctv9H hi Silver TDC PODUirtn i--m.-c- ....... .-. - -- ralartDav & Ni-bl Car through to New ork via l'iit.hnre'A; Philadelphia. without change. w. c- t ward Silver Palace Day & Niirht Car to Louievillc ThcE weseEa''"1 has Sl-r-pin; Car? to Pilts bn...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 8 September 1869

URBAN A UX ION Septciufx-i' S, 1SGV. ruiNTi:i) ami ri i;i.isiiki hy t;;i- ikbaw mux nnnm; ronvv r; n. Addrr- !.lllt i -!lf i U , :i.c.. 'N, I'rlui.a, Inn rKlUON I ilcarlK t L L'llioliol limn! Tie Cnion of Stattt nonecuu si-vci ; The Union of Lakes the L'ui.ui "I L:ni'l AndtheFnoorOrK L'sn?r-vri ' "The States ef the Union with Union of the States." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. MIK ,OTMIVi:. HON. OKOKf.K II. PENDI.KToN. ol lIuui:!:oii ' rin i.!Li'TNAT .m Lnn. T. A. liOM'KKV, f JlcrtiT Co. roil MTRf'MK Jt'Dl.K. Willi AM 4. (.H.MuIIT:. of Vn l.l- f'n. roil TltEAT-lTtKK or ATI'. STfTHEX lll'HUni!. of Cn.i!ii-:i Co. roil attoknkv .i:vj:i;ai.. (J.M.. JOHN M. CONNKI.I.. 'r i'aii ti' li '. ron boacm or rna.ir hoiik. KK.SJAM1N' 1'. t ill la. lill.L. of llaiuihun o. THE PUBLIC DEBT. Tuk Public Debt when properly s-pol;-en of, means that cla- of obligation repreK'ntel by securities K-uc.l ami sla ted on the public liooks of account. The Leder will of cour.-e accurately show that state of the debt, ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 8 September 1869

BATIKS. Citizens Nati:aal Baxk. J. B. ARMSTRONG. -K. G. WILEY, - - - PR EST - - CASHR l4 ictctvn 1" tlv'l'i.:-"! I uitvl -(sir Bonds without chaiye. Al-o. ova'.- iti ni and Foreign KicJlMik-c. and sells Pa-M.T liiki:. to nlid fr-jm Europe Ivy the Ciiuard l:n . Di rcc''T' : EDWARD JEXXIXti!-. UAMKL BLO-K. WILLIAM WILEY. JOSEPH HI! L. ADAM MOSijKOVK. J. H. BL'""E. OLIVEH TAYI-Uit. FRAN ii. I'HAM i:. 4 li. AHMSTRONl.. -ly. DIRECTORY. 1869. URBANA ELEVATOR. ROSS, BENNETT & CO., Commission Merchants, AND DEALERS IN GRAIN & PRODUCE, UJIUAXA, OHIO. rfLocstcd at tUe vrwriw; of the C. f . t 1. - A. o. W. Kii .. ud v. S. & C. It- K. GRAIN STORED OR FROM EITHER ROAD. 371-tf OO TO , royal .r. WIN 1 )i:R's The Main Street Hatter opposite the Court House for 1 HATS GAPS, Straw Goods, Umbrella!, Buck and Kid Gloves &.c, &c. Ucmlwaye Iim all the Ui'tsl .'.'' ai l'r'-'-cannot be ticttcr. lists Caps uiadc to order. AU aood wamu au iurcliA9erfl uaiiu; gralib. VMy. C. "Wj eoof, m j ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 8 September 1869

Clever Women. Thkre is an unaccountable autipa'hy to clever women. Almost all men iro- fess to be afraid of blue stocking that is, of women who have cultivated their minds and hold ui a maxim, thai there is no safety in matrimony, or even in ordinary intercourse of society, except with females of plain understandings. The general idea seems to lie a dull ordi nary woman, or even a fool, is more easily managed than a woman of spirit and sense, and the acquirements or the husband ought never to be obviously in ferior to those of his wife. If these propo sitions were true, there would be some show of reason for avoiding clever wo men. But I am afraid they rest on no good grounds. Hardly any'kind of fool can be so easily managed as a person of even first rate intellect; while the most of the species are much more untract able. A dull fool is sure to be oltinate; obstinate in error as well as in proprie ty; so that the husband is every day provoked to find that she will fully with hold h...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 15 September 1869

i'RB.YNA UNION. PUBLISHED EVEKY WEDNESDAY BT TDK URE&N&UNIONIPRINTINGCO. ttfTiCE No. 20 North Main. 8 doorr boutu of Court ttrcct. BOOK fc JOB PRINTING, AND EVEHY DESCIUPTIOX or PLAIN AND EANCV PRINTING fCCH AS r!k1rt, 1 ' i- war raai m r , Bank. Clrrwlar. lard. Mattel aU. ie XEATIT EXECITKU AT THE VXJOX JOB PEIXTIXG OFFICE, AT REASOXAEI.Z RATE?. Xo. 20 Xorth Jlaiu-ttlreet. RAILROADS. PITTS BC KG CINCINNATI & ST LOflS RAILWAY PAN HANDLE ROUT (C. C. 4 I. C. DIVISION.) GOISO WEST. No. SN'igut Kxprt-w 6 Pav " " 10 Wentern " " 8 Accommodation 00I5O EA-T. 1.1U a. ..3.13p.m. . .6.45 p. ..f.iu a. Ko. 1 Dv EzprcM 8 Mall " " 7 Night " .. a lpninninililinn M il a. 6.19 p.m. 1.10a. S, 15 a.m. The Southern Express train t.as,:wara ns nmcr Palace D&v & Night C ar through lo New lork v Pittsburg" Philadelphia, wimout change. W est ward Silver Paiace Day & Nifht Car to Xouisvihe "Tn. Exre.f Eastward ha. Weeping Cars to Pitts burg. Paasengers leaving Snnuay morning by this 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. — 15 September 1869

URBAN A UNION September 1, IStiO. PltlXTI'.D AND l'lT.I.ISHEH I!Y T1IK IRBVW I UU I'EiMlXIl (oirvv !.imi i . ,-.ir. ..iy.il'lr I'KBW V I Ml.N. I" A(Mrcie, l.aUO, iiiu i ra Union of Hearts tin Union of 11.. nil i TkeCaionof States uouecanrcver; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lund t Andt he Flg or Oirx U siof Forever' ,, . ,, ,,; uni-n nf "The State ef the Union w.th Union r the States." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. cm covLitxoi:. Hox. gkohoe h. fenuleton. oi Hamilton Co. roil Llt'tTENANT KI EIINOR. T. 4. (iODFKEY. of Mercer Co. ron 1-L'I'ltKVK Jl'tM.E. WIM.IAM J. C1LMOKE. of Prehle Co. TOE TBEAsCBER or STATE. bTEl'HEX BL'HIiER. of CuyahoLU Co. run ATTOBSET OEXEUAU COl.. JOHN M. CONXE1.L. or F line Id to. pon noAcn or ri ni.ie voiiks. BENJAMIN 1". t.'tll'HCHlLL. of llamiliou Co. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. lor Kejireetntaiive. l)U. JAS. MOSGROVE. For Clerk of the Court, S1VEON TAYLOR. For Comity Trcamrcr, EUDEMON WARD. For Probate .finite. JOSEPH HI EOKKEK. For Keronlcr. ULKLElftU C. D. HU...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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BANKS. Citizens National Bank. J. B. ARMSTRONG. E. G. WILEY, - - - PRES'T - - CASH'K Pn iulrrcfl W .-"I I'niU l State" Huudr without charge. Aim. 1.-.i! in C'cin aud Foreipi Kilinjr. ud rfllr I'a-ra.-c Tuki-ti- to and fioia Kurolie by the Cuuaril lilies. KDWAKD JEXXIXGS. DANIEL W.OSK. WILLIAM WILEY, j JOSEPH lill.l.. ADAM MUSUKOVK. J. I!. BIA'SE. OI.IVEK TAVLU1I. FRANK CHANCE. 1. ;. AKMSTKONti. -l.v. DIRECTORY. 1860. 169. URBANA ELEVATOR. ROSS, BENNETT & CO., Commission Merchants, AND DEALERS I N GRAIN & PRODUCE, URVAXA, OHIO. Jflr-Locatcd l tiie crof-in A. A G. W. Kailwat e. aud C of the C. C. i I. S. Jl C. It. It. n n i t it rimnrmn nti "from EITHER EOAD 37t-tf CO TO ! ROYALJ.WINDKU'S ! TJi Main Street Eatter opposite the ' Court House for HATS a CAPS, Straw Goodi, Umbrellas, Buck and Kid Glove &C, &C. .. , Uelwj ha all the Latert SltjUfUl prices Iliiit cannot be better. , HatCaumai!etooiaBr. Msujotimik'-ui'Mu purchaser name gralU. c. "W. ROOF, Bsokssllsr and Stati...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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More Money. "We need more money." So ki thr farmer, the iru-chamc, llie nierelumt, everylxKly except the Bondholder, anil larsre monevleiuler. "More money," "More mouey," is the cry. All except those interested gentlemen acknowledge that ourcireulatinpr medium is tooMiiall for the transaction of. business. Al though our crops have been exceedingly good, vet, while the wheat and oats have ?.!'-: ..i.. tiMa tl.o f-.rni.r Jr. 'Jr. '." J;n h,M nt edd urior. mid. tMirrhnses. in still hdd at o'd itricf. aixl before he is aware, the money for his grain has slipped from his grasp. Xow why is this scarcity of money? The answer is plain and obvious. Because a large proportion of American money is laying in the vaults of Wall street in the 'shape of untaxed interest-bearing bonds, which are too profitable to their owners to be put in circulation. A bat is the remedy? This, too, is as plain and obvious as' the noe on a man's face. Let enough greenbacks be issued to pay offand cancel thee Bonds....

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