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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 10 August 1870

URBAN A UNION. I-LBLISUKD EVERY WEDNESDAY T THE L aE&NA UK10TIPRITIKG CO. trruL Ko. Nnli Main. Souili of lrt BOOK cfc JOB PRINTING, AND fiVKIiY PESCKirTlON plain axdIancy- pkixtim; NO A? Minv HB-itin Tim LSJOX JOB PJtlSTlMt OFFICE, ' AT REAONABl. BATS". So. 20 3'urth Main-tit reef. RAILROADS. Pittsburg. Cincinnati and St. Louis R'jr-(PAX-HANDLE ItOUTE.1 On ami afU-r June Kill IKT0, train ill run at follows, . , CO If.'; KAST. Pitt.. N. York Ex. Ttrl Line Irfcana Train, ran by . P M li.vton Xeuia S.l ' Frnr'. ft.3t A M 10.17 ' 1U3S ll.l-i ' p m s6 " '?!!!! m Dea. Valley Ar. at Colcrobu. 4.14 CollorobaB t .in a m 4 55 l m Pitutrar: tlamsbare fbiuuielphia w. York HaKimorc VuhsDSton li.iO m 12.10 m S.2?p m 1-V2.I " 3.KI ' i2.m 3.10 - )i..--&p m 3.0V a m s.ai " 1UU D Hi TaePitU N.York Esprca runs cany an oiucx 75 .SiMr.t VfcU C, lhrooSh O New York Pu.lladeli.n.a ailhoat change hiko vi.t. Exprw. Fa?t Line g ir3 p m 9 10 " 11.' 14 it) a ui i:m if K 46 Espre Mm II 04 " 11 : 13pm 24 ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 10 August 1870

URBANA UNION. URBANA UNION. WEDNESDAY EVENING August 10, 1870. PRINTED AND PUBLISHED BY THE URBANA UNION PRINTING COMPANY Thum:- I.OO h -;', iyaWi- in wlvaorf. A,ltr'sS I'kiuna I'njun, I'rlmua, hio. ( Hr.Uio!onU'arts tbtUnionof Hande The- Union ol Statcenonecansever; I'Ue Uuion nf Lakes the Union of Lands Andthc Flag orOcB UsioKForever! Th3 States of the Union with Union of the State." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. For S."vr-tary of Stat?, WILLIAM HEISLEY. ofCuyaliusa. For Supremo Judiz KU IIAKD A. HARRISON, of Mad in in. Fr C'ontrolliT of Treasury, JulIX 11. HKATOX, of Belmont. MimiiIkt IVianl of Piililic Works WILLIAM SPKXCER, of Likins. For Conjee 1IOX. 3. V. MrKINXEY, of Miami. THE WAR OF FRANCE AND PRUSSIA. The war is a subject of anxiety to those who study the course of events, By all the principles of law, and of jus tice and of honor, the United States are Iiouiid to observe not only a strict neu trality, hut to make no manifestations of feeling In behalf of eithercombatauts and ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 10 August 1870

BANKS. Citizens National Eon J. B. ARMSTRONG, -H. G. WILEY, - - FRKS'T CASH'R Bono -.,h'....l rhar-f. AW dial III l OU r ore 1 1TB turope b the Ciiuard Inirs. ftirft-i'T": EDWARD JKNNINOS, DANIEL liUSK. WILLIAM WILEY, JOSEPH II 1 1-1.. ADAM MosoKOVK. j. li. blose. OLIVER TAYLOR. KKANK ( HAM F. J. U. ARMSTRONG. It. DIRECTORY. C. "W-- ROOF, Bwbsller and Station, AH l DEALER 1M V&LL AKDYJIXOOfl PAPERS, Square and O.al Frames, Engravings, Fancy Articles, Toys, 4c. URBAN A, OHIO. 355-Iy . TXIi CTAGOri, SIGH, Ai BIUKARD, Handera & Dawson s Shop 3i5-ly "toosTconxerton, lir.ii.Ei: ih Ilcaly Jlndc Clothing, South Main-Stree, Oue Door South of Glenn's Corner. KftTbidTte'' of Ready Made Clothing. BOYS CLOIHKS A SFECIALUi. r fi.'i rinttiiu made tu or- ny other erUWishniunt in the cily. :tt-ly "geo. soller, BAKER & CONFECTIONER, North-east Corner Main and Market St'$ VIUJANA, O. Tnsh Br.vl, Cakes, Pies ftc, always on han. . fnr Parties. K'Uln, Ac., receive f rompt mtteutiou. 866-ly 3...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 10 August 1870

Champaign County Farmer. CONVERTING STRAW INTO MANURE. The T.tor Uie Ohio Farnin , in rv ply tu a crrf xindcnt vlio" :trk liov lie may convert a large Mack of straw into manure, so that it may be used the fuming Fall us a manure for wheat, re iilies as follows: , . This is an iuijxu tauliUttiou, auJ One th: tli)'j:iiias of tinners ; throughout the ' couurry si.ouiJ- ai-k of Uieuvelreti,' and at U-- same time adopt some means of doing the work. It takes a straw stack very many years to rot down into manure, "ami no wise farmer will wait for thK There are several methods adopted for decomposing straw ; one, and in our opinit 11 tltt nnst profitable, is to u-e it it a : table ff und litter in the Winter time; another is by scat tering it in i!:e furrow liehind the jilow, and covering it up; a third by spreading it over the surface of the field in the Spring and burning it. By this means the heat destroys the upstarting weed, and the allies make a valuable fertil izer. Iti, of course, t...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 17 August 1870

U KB ANA UNION. PUBLISHED KVEHT WEDNESDAY bt tn UHEiNA UHIMfRISTIlSGCO. rricB Ko. North Min. ft dour South of Coart BOOH fc JOBPRINTXNG, AKD EVEKY DESCRIPTION OF- PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING rcH AS Pamphlet, , tirralsr, Card., Jitptnkt, JliTl.T XICrTD AT TILE i'trrs. Btilbea". UNION JOB PRINTING OFFICE, AT REASONABLE BATXS. J y0; oo Xorth Main-street. -railroads. PitUbore, Cincinnati and St. Iotiis R'y. (PAN-HANDLE ROUTE.) on and after June lth, ln, trains will run a , ollol'S. - - GOING KAST. Pitt. S.York Ex. Urbana Psi-t Line Train run by wiifnMi Tvtin & Xt-ms Deas Valley Ar. at Columbus 4.14 Coilnmbus Pittsburg F arriebare Philadelphia New, York Baltimore Waebington ' a m 12.no m 10.25 p m 8.00 a m S.43 " S.W " 5,S0 - 4. S3 a m 12.il) m K23p ai 12.20 3,.l " H.in 3.41) " Express !i.37 A M ln.17 " 10.3S " 1J.1) " 7.(15 p m 5.1D a m !.:) " 12i m M.nn a m 1,UU p m Toe Pitta N.York torsi rnns daily an otner "SS n?m!Ds.d Nicht Car, throuEh to New York and Fhiiiadelphia withoat change....

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 17 August 1870

iJKBAXA UNION August It, isro. riilNTKI AN1 I1HUM1EH BY THE m rxwx i'kimixg mm T:nie-:-l,Ofl ',:,r- I'-'V1'1'" :'! VLtr I'tBjM l'M. I'rl.;.u:i. lii... ii k M ntis ' f ' l-iArU-tb iL'uiouo! Uuadp ,ril 'niun ! State nonecun sever, !':. ("nion f;..ikcs tbt-Cuion of Ljudt Ami' lie Ki.ac; or rn I.'mon Forever! 'Til or-the Union with union of : . - 1 1 T . j ie!i:::iiti3 STATZ TICKET. I i , Ful .-Seet.-taiy of St;.te, t WILLIAM HKISI.KY. of i;uy;.l.... . l or Sltpivme iuilce. KICHARU A. HAKRlWX.nf Ma.liy.il. Kor Coiitniller of Trensurv, : J'IKN' H. HKATOX. M Belmont. Mettih-r Fioani of Puldie Works, WILLIAM SPEXtm.. of Li.-kins. For Congress HOW J . K. Mi KINNEY, of Miami. ' "PROTECT AMERICAN LABOR. The Western Farmer very often sees ' thene words in- his newspaper,' and he " ought to know who puts them there. He ought to know that they .are month faittmd by a Pennsylvania Congiesss man for use by farmers, and his object is to have a high duty on Coal and Iron, so that his Htate may have ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 17 August 1870

BANKS. . Citi::ns Naiicnal Bank. J. B. ARMSTRONG, K. G. WILEY, - - l'aya intercut to holder, of tin! Curoue by the PRES'T. - CASH'R !-U Mate Bondf Cuuard hue. ' ' ' EDWARD JEVMNOB. DANIEL BLOsE. WILLIAM WILEY, JOSEPH HILL. ADAM MOSv.KOE, ' i H. FLOSK. OLIVER TAYLOR. FRANK CHNCK. J.B.ARMSTRONG. -lv. DIRECTORY. C- EOOF, 2:&ssllsr and Stalicssr, ANU I1EALEB IK VaLLAKDWISDOW PAPERS, Square and Oval Frames, Engravings, j ' Fancy Articles, Toy, 4c. trey. 1 XTJSIjXC: aQVAKB URBANA, OHIO. .155-1 J FOI1 si git, i a el rar rac js: mT 9 CALL OX BIN KAR D, 1 Sanders & Van-son's Shop .1.. WIST CllUIiCII STEKKT. 355-1 y TH0S. COXXERTOS, .Ready Clothing, South Yain-Stree, Oue Door South of . Glenn's Comer. Ke!on hand a complete Block of Kcady Made Clothinj;. EOYS CLOTHKG A SPECIALITY. Grnl Clothing of every description made to or der in a workmanlike manner, and uiwia than t aB other otablistaineul ill the city. S-ly GEO. SOLLEB, BAKER & CONFECTIONER, North-eat Corner Main and Market S...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 17 August 1870

Champaign County Farmer. Early Made Hay. The traetiee of beginning tocutthe grasses as soon as they are fairly in lilos som is rapidly gainiujr favor. This fa- ' vored time comes to many fieUis in this latitude, from the middle to the last of June. With the improved implements ofhay-jnakmir the hore moner, rake and tedder it is not diflicult now for the farmer to pother all his hay crop at the time when it makes the most nutri tious fodder. The early cured grass does not give so heavy a yield of hay to the sirre at one cutting, and the same bulk i will not wfeiph so much an the pram cur ed two or three weeks later, tut very e&reful exjterimenu fallow that the hay thus treated is much more nutritious; ft i relished letter by all kind.-, of neat stovk.aud nothing Li left in the manger. This tender, sweet hay, is particidarly iiu)KrtaiiL for ha-p juid young stock in the winter-. if it do Tiot bring so much in market or at the stables, at least the hay that is retained for home ue s...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 24 August 1870

J KB AN A UNION. i PCBLISI1KD EVERY W EDSESUAY j BT TUX . UEElNAUHIONfRlNTINGCO.; Orr.cs No. l North Main. doors Souih of Court Mnil. BOOK tfc JOBPRINTING, j AJiD EVERY DESCKIITION ! or PLAIN AND FANCY HUNTING ) SUCH AS J U-.1.. Pa !. j KEA1XT EXECUTED AT TUB uxiox job printing office, ; . tTMM-T. Xo. 20 Xorth jrain-street. RAILROADS. Pittsburg, Cincinnati ana bt- uoms xi y. (PAN-HANPLE ROCTE.I on and after June I3tli, 1(1, train will run n follOWH. , , . J ' . WUNO EA.-.T. ; ' ' Pitts. S. York Ex. Ft Line frhana Trains ran ly M P M Vilford Psvtou Xen.a 3.4S ' Express .n A M NUT " K'.SS " H I"' " I,.. V.IIi-t Ar. at Columbus 4.1 1 ivilmmbus atS.Kiam 4..V, a m Pitubcre li.OU m li.uj m (.-.Bp m I'Z.iO " 1-2.111 " ,.!. l Ul Parrisburs Philadelphia New. York Halliriore lu.25 p m a.uu a m ". " S.iiJ " 5,50 ' i. Id a m .) " 1-2.KI m ii.no a m 1.UU p m Washington t-.-tmii. . N.York Expre ruut daily all otlier tr;n dai'T Sundays excepted. jt . All Si.M lS.ve l-lnt Day aad Niirht fare tlirw ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 24 August 1870

UK BAN A UNION. Any t 'J4, tS70. I'RINTKU AND PLBUfHBII BY THE in rax m.Ti(i tom.w .i!'mm,'..'I l rw--l b Uiui'Rol Hu4 I U 1' nil m ,. SlHtt'MKinectn seTer; I'lii ' In int. nf ti-ike the l'r un f Laii1- mil hr Ki. r 'li;t U m ion Purevrr! fw Stale ef th Union with Union of the Stite." j'. AoS . i . I2::ilTI5 JTITE TIGItT. Knr SihtvImi-t of Sl;ii- W'11,1.1 M HKIST.KY. nfCiiyiilii.i. Knr tiiirtni Jurist. Itlt'HAIlH A. HAKKISON, ef Mwlismu Kor Coiilnillor ofTn-asury. JOHN II. HKATOX, of HMmmii. MiBil-r IbKinl of Puldie Works. WIU.tAM HI'KNVER. of Lh-klnj. For "iivt-!'s HON. i. F. Mi'KIXSET. of Miami. STRANGE PARLELLS. Os Wednewlay evening 17th Aug 1S70, a person named Laurence, made his es c? from the Maryland Penetentiary In Baltimore. He made an effigy of a man and placed it in position inside of the cell just an the convicts are required to stand, when the Deputy Keeper makes his first evening round, and receives a check from each prisoner, as proof iiosi tive of his presence in his...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 24 August 1870

. ; BANKS. Citizens National ' Eank. j. b. K. G. ARMSTRONG WILEY, - - - - IKES T . - - - CASll'R I I mini stale- Bonds r.yi. H Vnrri.11 .... t ,.. . in i I'a-ssiL-r Tf Sural the V """"I lines.. ftl rft fi'r.-: KUWAKD .KNMNUS. UASItl, ilW'K. WILLIAM WILEV. JOSKFH Hil l . AO VV MOMjH"V K. . U BIA'sK OLIVER TALOK. . KKVNK CHANCE. J.B.AHMSTKON'.. Iv. DIRECTORY. C. "W- BOOF, Bsokssller and Stationer, AMI DKlLRIt IN vim and window papers. Square and Oval Frames, Engravings, Fancy Articles, Toys, ic. I'KBANA. OHI". 553-iy rjACori, sigfj, ASI1 - 9 BINKARD, JLt Sander C- JXnrsoit -V ; I.NTI' CHUKCIt SinKri'. 355-ly THOS. ('ON X EKTON , Kead.r JI"I' Clothing, : Eoutb Main-Stree, One Door Sooth of Glenn's Corner. EThda cnt.Wtc stock .r Ready Mode Cloth ins. BOYS CLOTHING A SPECIALITY. Oents tlottlin "f every ' J. in a workmanlike mMH' riii iu nil' to or aiid lAtwKtt than at tr.r other tMahhshment i" fie cilf. 3stl-ly GEO. SOLLER, 'BAKER & CONFECTIONER, -th-esst Corner Main and Market St'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. — 24 August 1870

Champaign County Farmer. Keeping Poultry. Toeusurea protiuible result from the extending of poultry " h mixed farm, proper accommodation i ijidispf usable, j A wooden 'lean-to,' put up apttinst any ! of the permanent building, with an in-1 closed yard in front, both bouses and j front being subdivided aocordiiiir to the I number of breeds kept, -is wJl that is re- ; quisite. The house for each breed should ! be 10 feet square, witli a sloping roof six , feet high iu front, and 10 to J- feet high behind. A ventilator shouM be placid over each division. The yard .should 1? at least six feet, aad covered with fine' gravel, which ought to be cbauged and j reiresnetl once a week. Itie partitions! letveen the vanls uhoulJ le of wooden planking half an inch thick, and two! and a half to three feet high, to prevent I tne cocks Irom seeing each other. .AUivt that height wire netting is a s-uftioieiit protection. Kach yard should le fur nished with a dust-lath, a drioking fountain, and feedin...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 31 August 1870

tj II 13 ANA UNlON.j ITBLIdHKD EVERY WEDXKMJAY us2wiau:;i5srihtisgco. Orncl So. North Maia.Sikwft Mtlh "4 lort Mrect. BOOK fc JOBPRINTING, j AM) EVERY PEtjCRIPTIoN ' PLAIN AXdTInCT I'KINTINU ITCH AS hiui imnra attbb j LION JOB PMNTINQ OFFICE, . iT j yo. 20 Xorth Main-street. RAILROADS. Ol ritUburg, Cincinnati and St. Louis R'y. j (PAN-HANDLE ROCTK.1 j er June r5th, 171), Indus will run nt on mill afle ollowa. &OIKO EAST. ritts. N. York Ex. Fast Line Urbane Trains run by W I M u : '. ia p.vtn A Xen'.a 3.4S vi. Vsllcv Ar. at Columbus 4.11 ' ('ollurobus el m 8.U0 m ' 2.21) " 5,50 ' Pittsburg llarrisban: Philadelphia Sew. Y ork Baltimore Washington 4.i5 a m li.'W m b.tt p ni lii " s.m " 12,10 " :1.4U " Elltrr v:r, a M I'l.u 1fl. " ll.r. ' 7.'0 p m 5 III a m .:! " ls.tsi m u.iii a m l.i p m T... Pitt. A N.York Expre run. daily all other. tain daily undavi-excepted. . U Sim. nave cl-iranl Pay mad Nisrht I ar. through o New York and ruiliadelphia wilhoat cl.angc. OOIHU WEST. t'rbsna Pi...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 31 August 1870

m ------- it ) i "V TTV T AX '....VL j UxUUi' August M, 1S10. I'lilNTKD AND Fl l;USHIU BY THE L'RB.WA L'JIOX mTiG C(iPAV Tkkm: I,00 a i':it. HVHblf in d.uve. A'l'lrt"!s 4 K ha n a CMOS, Urban., Ohio. .' ii k U x 10 s o 1 ilea rts t h tU uio n o f Han d Tke Union ol 3UtenontcanseTer; die Union of Lakes the Union of Lands Andthe rLAG or Or CiosForeTert 'The States ef the Union with Union of) the States." " ' . EE STATE TIUIET. ' l-'or Sf-nt;iry of slatf, WILLIAM HF.ISLEY. of CuyahoKx-. Kor Supreme Judgv, HICHAIIH S. HARRISON', of JUlrMi. Kor C utrol lr of Treasury, JOHN H. HEATOS. of Belmom. Memlx-r Rmnl of Pnljllc Work". WILLIAM SPENCER, of Lickins. ' For Consro ' HON. .1. F. M' KIXXET. of MiaDii. REPUBLICAN RECITATION. Foik years ugo a comparison of Repub lican Speeches, developed the fact that they were all after one pattern, not only in topics but in arrangtnent of topics. This seemed a little curious at the time particularly when viewed as a matter of accident. The thing is now e...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 31 August 1870

t . v J. B. ARMSTRONG, -E. O. "WILEY, - - - . tntnNMt to buldviMif i . - PRES'T - - CASH'R iuiI Suties Bonds Coiu aud Foreign - U.-ts to and fruin 1-4 la , rhrif. .Mr-". iicai- irrr.. EDWAHD JENNINGS. DANIEL BLOsK. WILLI AM WILEY, JOSEPH HILL. MMiKOB. I I-""- - OLIVE 1 A rum. FKANK H.( K. J.B. ARMSTRONG. IT- V DIRECTORY. C. "W- B9(OF' Bwbeller aaa'.'Slaticasr.j mil WDVilKDOrt PAPERS, i SBK3T vai r.c., j ;4 Cval Frames, Engravings, . ' .Cr.. TOYS. iC. ranuj . - - X i-u i ui;a a. oni' t 3sr-iy CALL OX ' BirJKARD, At Sander? A I1 J1 VEST CIIUKCII STREKr. THO' CONNERTON, Keady JIaile Clotlilug, s'6uA Kain-S-Jt,' One 2a South, of Glenn's Corner. .- v....! comnlcle tK-l of K'iiuy uf K'iiily M ult jvcrjis , . r , BOYS CLCTESa A SPEC1AL1TI. iir othr e.uibiu-l.r.n-nt in the c.ty. 3a3-ly . GEO. SOLLER, BAKER icOKFECTlOHER, North-east Corner Main and Market St's TJRBAWA, O- Fresu Bread, Cakes, Fiei fcc, alwayi on band. pMn-pt'atteutioii. ai6-iy AliKNT KUK WHEELER & VJ I LOU i O. , v KOTArY...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 31 August 1870

Champaign County Farmer. Sime Hours Enough for Heroes. !k lior-s, writ-! JimIi Harris. r worked steadily from 7 a. m. until ll:.'o aud llien from I:Vt b 6 p. in. -ay hours, tbev will Bivoruplixli more than if they were kept longer in the flelii and rented every few bouU. "iVben I hear the horn Mow shout 5 o'clock in the aftemoou and see jrrvat tout young fellow leisurely waikinjr to the house to eat their cookies, leaving, their teams tied to the fence, or with their beads haDgincdown in the furrow, , I think this mar te a rood country for men, but a hard" oue for horses. Because a hourse cannot Tumble, and a man can, Is no reason why the hor.e that does the hard work should not eat as often as the man who drives. Ity keeping on . until 7 o'clock, instead of 6 o'clock, and ; spending half an hour at lunch, the horses are kept out an hour lonjrer in or- i der to do half an hour's work. Would it j not be better U keep rijrht along until j 6 o'clock, and thus let the horses have' an ho...

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 September 1870

UUiJAA'A U.N1UjN. PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY BT THE UHEA UNION PRINTING CO. iri'KE Ho. KO North Vain. 6 iWit South of Cott:l BOOK & JOB PRINTING, AND PLAIN AND "FANCY l'lilNTlNG SUCH AS Card, ttlllbrB. Jila.l... I'f.iw Mslemratis "- A KEATLY EXECUTED AT THE UNION JOB PRINTING OFFICE, AT REASONABLE BATES. Xo. 20 Xorth Hahi-street. ryfV IrV 49l?& 1 ID D A TT A u VOLUME IX. NO. 25. TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS URB, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMB!R 7, 1S70. AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Jast Words of stki-hen a. Doitolas WHOLE NUMBER liiO. RATES OF ADVERTISING. Advertisements will be inserted at Hie following rates : 1 square one week - $1,0.' liii-h additional week 50 1 Square ilircc months - ' - li,00 1 " six " 10,W 1 " one year - 1.5,00 column, 3 months - 18,00 " 6 " - - 30,00 " 1 year - 40,00 i column 3 months - - 30,00 i " 6 - - - W,W I " 1 year - ;),on ; 1 " 1 mouth - 3o,0; il " 3 - - - u,,,, 1 " 6 " - - - 60,00 1 " 1 year - 100,00 Local Notices, j.er line - - ...

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 September 1870

c XJiIOx .". V BD1VE9DAT BVBrtlMO September 7, 180. JJ 11 B A N PIUXTED AND PUBLISH EI BY THE I'RBAXA IX10X IRIXTiXS OAXY Ti.K s : $ 1,00 vrar, mi.ymI!-in nlvauw. A-l'1ns t'KKA.x I'mos, Urluiun, Ohio. fat Unios of Hearts tbtL'uiouof ilrnidt The Union of Statesnotiecanaever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Land t Andt he Flag or Ocb t'.nos forever! I V wis The States of the Union with Union of the States." ISS"303FVriS STATE TICKET. Kir SVcretary of Sl;it WILLIAM HKJSLKY. ofCuynlioea. For Siipn-me Juilgf. niC'HAI'.D A. HAIIKISOX, of Na.lwm. For tout roller of Treasury. JOHN' H. HF.ATtJN, of Belmont. Mmebcr Board of Public Worfcx, WILLIAM KPF.Xl'ER, of Lk-kinjr. For Congress U'JN. J. F. M'KINNEY, of Mimni. THE GOVERNMENT SPEECH. The first man of the Club in ped dling the Government Speech as agreed on at Washington was Ssnator Morton, who began in Indiana. He said, rather incautiously that the first object of the Party at Washington was to raise the value of the currency and bring it ...

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 September 1870

Citizens National Bank. J. B. ARMSTRONG, - - - lT.KS'T E. G. WILEY, CASHTJ 1'iTS interest t l-.i-l-j i - "I 1 nitvd Mat,- Bonds without charge. Also, a.-iis tit Co:n ud Furiiuti Exchange, muu sell r-i-ii;.-e TUkcts to and from Europe by the ' """'i l:ur. EBWAIlDJEXMSUf. OANU.L Ul.OsK. WILLIAM WILEY. JOSEPH HILL. ADAM MOStiKOVE. J. II. Bi.osE. OLIVER TAYI.OK, FRANK CHAXCK. J.B.ARMSTKOXU. iy. DIRECTORY. C. "W- ROOF, Bs&ssUsr and Staticnsr, AND UEALEC l Y&LL HMD WISOOifi PAPERS, Square and Oval Frames, Engravings, ' F.ncv Article, Toys, io. URBANA, OH! '. 335-ly Fort calx, o.v niriKARD, At Sanders & Dawson' Shop -WEST CHUKCII b-fUEfX :5-ly TSm. CONNERTON, UKALEB 1 Ready Hade Ciothiu Sonth Main-Stree, One Door South of - Glenn's Corner. " . ,,.m!,:Ht.: stock of Ready 7 i! UU w" 1 Clothing. BOYS CLGTE55 A SPECIAUTT. my other estaulisliment in the c.i.v. 333-ly GEO. SOLLER, BAKER & CONFECTIONER, North-east Corner Main and Market St's Jrwh Bread, Cakes, Pi3 be., always on h...

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 September 1870

Champaign County Farmer. Hoots for Milch Cows. VT'.-uW.'x lu'u luruiiw. Many. 'H'l Oirrutx in tltr prwltu-thm of HUk. In a recent number of the Murk I-aiiie Kxpres wellnd a statement from an Knglisli writer on the comparative val ue of mangels, carrot.- and turnips for the production of mi!k.': He regard ;1h)Ui the carrot and mangel as inferior to the turnip, when quality of milk i jiiij5lit tlit is, milk abounding in cream. As tlx' relative value of difler-'eiitTii'.id-; of foot! must always he of in terest io dairymen, we this writer's statement, but witliout in any way in dorsing ii: He says: 'Although manl-wuiv-el enables cows to jrive a larrc supply of milk, it 5s of a poorer iiality than when they are tur nip fed, and not nearly so productive of eream. The butter made from it lias al so a slightly acrid taste, not so powerlul as that1 of turnips, perhaps, but much more difficult wholly to remove or even to'obviate 10 a passable decree. The th'inuo.sof tl e milk, when wholly ma...

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