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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 8 March 1871

gUBANA UNION. , PUBUSH5D EVEBT WEDNKSDAY mm UNION PRINTING CO. orrici o. Nrtb Ma!n.6doore South vt Court BOOK fc JOB PRINTING, ' - ETEIT 1ESCHIPT10X , - . 1 of VLA1N AND FANCY PRIXTIXU-: , , , . srcm ( mMU, Fslel, ' an-.- - )rMrk tiauauUi ' A f SgATLT SXBCOTSD AS E- rION JOB PRIXTXXQ OFFICE, - 4T w -- . : - Xo. 20 Xorth ILain-ntreet. HA.ILIIOA.DS. " nttstruxs, Cincinnati and St. Louis By. PAN-HANDLE ROUTE.) on ...d after Nov. S11T0, train wiU ru llown. - GOISO F.iT. .. . Xo. 5. Kxpr-. 5 ? iLfa,!.f ; N.Am n......8.31A M . , So 11, Wy Freight A.M. TaePltf. S.Tork Eijr raMdilyIl ubor 1:S SLaSSTWSiKM C.r. throes OLXG VEST. . ; ' Ho.B.Aceom'i. If B. R. en li0.10,Expr -.ing. Ko. 13, WJ Freigh A. 51. ' Th.FMt Line Tu.daUy other uain. "- "ct; A.k for Ticket. tU ftn Handle Eoul r-A.k ior O'BRIEN, G. T. Aent . Colambui, Ot: 'WALDWELL, On.'Sup. : j tolBoibat, Ooi- ...; cm; ERIE RAILWAY. f,H MILES withou' LTitmge ofCoaciJes. X) MILES under Out JUnag'-iueut.. mill 6Ar;c rriJ5 TRACK BrTB JtTWIIJ ...

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 March 1871

URBAN A UNION. Diraasxjs XTarch 8, 1871. PRINTED AND PCBL1SH1D BT THE Tebm: l.OO a J'tr, payable ia advance. Address, Diiim Cmok, t'rbaaa, Ohio. .' Owioko-f dealt thtUniunot Hands Tke Cnioo ot Slateanoneeansever; Tha Union of Lake the Union of Land 4 sot be Fla or Oct U mot. ToreTcr! v ! ! i I ' Staa f the Union with Um of the State." I STATE RIGHTS. The Rocenstructionizera who now perpetrate poTernment at Washington, nake frequent aneers at State right and State sovereignty as things of the pact and done for. If their mind are clearly made op that they have success fully despoiled the States of their right of eminent domain and of their exclus ive police power and of their exclusive power over property and contracts, then the equality of States in the Sen ate, by each having two Senators must also cease. The . Beoonstructionizers must "guarantee thetn Republican Gov. eramsot" and it ia not Republican for the Kew England Patch with its twelve Senators and cunning men to out-vote New...

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 March 1871

eat: a M J. B. AKMSTKOXG, - - - PKES T E. G. WILEY, CASH'R Pays latcrest U bolder, of l ulled States Bods nJtbcal caarre. aibo. om in wi Fichance, sad sells Fa-wace Tickets U ud froia Europe by the Cuura lutea. KDWARD JE.VN1NGS. D ANIEL BI.OtR. WILLI A-S WlLKr. iO f'd ETLI., J. H. IObJ2, uUMi TAYXOH, FRASK CHANCE. J.B. AUKsTRCSO. -ly. . "FOTi 753k. niri i:AHD. Sander & Dawson's Shop -WEST CIItJKCH BT.ia. 3S3-1J TH0S. COSXERTON, DCAUB IK South Kaln-Btree, One Door South or Glenn's Corner. Emm on hands complete stock of Beady Kads Clothing- E3IS CLCIZ33 A EFECLLLITT. . . i-jn t)wrintion made to or- a. a wkrrhke maer, .id than - dt outer esiabUsliraeBt in the city. 384-17 GEO. SOXjXOSII, DAKER ICOnFECTIQIIEB, North-east Comer Main and Market Sl'e Fresh BreU, Cains, Plot He., always e aaai. mp- ii nrArrt for Tarties. Sappers, c, recede pro apt auenuon. a&a-Jy EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS AT p. n. czr:::TT it il Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Spectacles, Gold Pens, Silver and Plated Ware Wa...

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 March 1871

LEND A HAND. Like is made of up aud down Loud a hand Lire Unuuleof thorns and cmwn: If yon would the !att.-r wear. Lift wme eruf-hed heart from deajmir. Ind a hHud ! Crowns are not alone of gold Lend a hand Diadems are bought and sold ; But the crowns that good men hold Come frogs uoble deeds alone Lend a hand. Many crowns that many tr Lend a band Nev.-r in the sunlight glare; Diamonds iu thrm never KUine. Yet thuv hold a light divine Lend a hand. m Hold a light that ne'er shall fade Iend a hand. Beauty art hiUli never nide ; Kor tlnsse eroiru I hut good men Wear. . F.vrylating are. a rare Lend a hand. Would yon own so bright a crown ? fjeid a hand. Wheu you see a brot her down, Iad him from the deep, dark night . And place him in the morning lljrtit-- Lend a band. Science and Imagination. What ttre scientific exper"tnieut tut brilliant efforts of the imagination ? 'i imagine that, under such cireunistauc es, such and such will be the cae. . I don't know it; but I will try.' By no o...

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 March 1871

i: HB ANA UNIONS. rTBLIKTEO SVZ5T WZC:?T iT j nU ' f " uRnau:;ioiFnnTi:;3CO. Jrrics No. 30 Karth Jttin. door 8oaxh of Ooart book & jod pm:;T2:ia, ' f svr.?.i r: cr rrTTi ? 1LALN AXI) lisXT PRIXTDJG ICCH 41 ex4 ' t r 1 ItSiTLT ixacTftP AVB "- rTO-y job minting 0FFISi At XJUSOKAXLS satis. - Xo. 20 Xcrth Zlaln-etreet. - RAILIIOAX5S. Pittsburg, Cincinnati end Bt. Louis R T. (PAX-HAXBLE ROUTE.) cm nd after Sot. st. ISO. train! will nu. as aiiowa. COCTO SAT. Tu. Pitts. A N.York F.ipr ran. daily all oU VB SiKK'J Car. throe-!. . S.5t'S Vauiadelpaia wtaoat caanre. GOIJO WIST. yS, Fast Line... j.A...ttff jf 11 n u a b. a. eroa- ji7 " R- R. eros- Fo. !. Way F reign 116 A. Al. it 0. 1U, lipr " FO. IX, ftlji tx. rt Line rani curtly otter train, oally ccpt "iS for Tlcteu rU hn Be Ronu. IX. L. O ERIKV. O. T. A rent Coium'tn. OiiJ. W. CALE-Zr.L, Gn. Sop. ColumaM, Otio. ERIE RAILWAY. vtt.m irithout nrnt tb ATLHIIC CITIES WEST and SOUTH-WEST t,.tinriT F30M IIJUOA"."'- u-vn LEVELAND io JEW YORK . ...

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 March 1871

URBAN A Uxs ION " W HD If llflDAT XTarch 1 J, 1871. PKLNTED ASD PUBLISHED BY TBI IISAXA IX1QX 1 niXTIXG TU.H:-$1.M a yr, payable i. advance. AM. VMtfi r-MQ-v. Urban., Ohio. " " " ' " : U x iu k o I Heart t ii t L" uio u o f Hand s TacCnioaul SUlctmoueran sever; The U uiou of Lakes the Union of Landb Audi lie Flao of OubUniok Forever! The Stales f the Union with Union of the Slatea." CLOSE OF THE VOLUME. This number complete the Ninth vol ume of Ukbasa Union and closes the Ninth year of ita publication. The pa per began its career without previous notification to tlie public without can vassing for subscribers in advanc. It de clared itself to be a newspaper for the people of Champaign County, and it then spoke as follows: "It will have very distinct opinions on all public questions connected with the piverument, wheth er Union, Stata or County; and in the expression of opinions, it will have but one guide a strict adherence to law. It will support the Constitution and Laws without r...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 15 March 1871

X . FKES'T . - CAJSH'R boropc by the .iuiard lim-a. EDT.U.D JENNINGS. DN'1M. K I --K. IU I AM WILfiT. JO-hPA H!U.. .O.VJf y---.KOE, j. b. f - OLIVr.il TAYT.OR. FKA'K (HAM t J. B. AllMiTIlUMG -if- call oy r i r? if I"! n. Sanders & Dawson' Shop WEST CHUKCH S"'"'1- THOS. COXXERTON, nCAXXB IK Heady Jlaile Clolliiu South Yain-Stree, One Door boutn Glenn's Corner. of Kecpeon hand a complete stock of Body Mftdc 1 lOiniDj; licnts OothiD? of every description or der in a workmanlike manner, and tow Uiaa at 407 other clliiahment la UiC tiiy. 3M-iy GEO- SOLLEB, BAKER & COriFECTIOIIER. North-east Corner Main and Market St' TJRBAW A, O. Frash Bread, Cakat, Piea e., alwaya 01 hani. rr- All orders for rartiee, Suppers, receive prompt attention. 356-ly EXTRAORDINARY BARGAINS AT p. r. cr:::zTT jn?sM noaD&v GOGBS. . Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, SpecUciea, Gold Pens, Silver tnd Plated Ware. Watches, Hocks and Jrelry wpajred In a workman-like manner. Pnces as low as trie ownL DAILY HEAT II AH...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 15 March 1871

SPEAK SOFTLY. 6PEK"of: to the b.nisvd heart. It sh&il not t In vain, l:u; as Hie sun! g!it, fairs ad bnni That follow, afi.-r rain ! Speak softly the ;ed onw. Repeat llie kind words o er; 8oon they -will enter Into blls Through Heaven's .Uiuiiis dow. Spetik softly to the Utile child. bo trusting In its love. Tor tarsi, culd wo.-di will never fd T:. teni':r soul aA-ovf ! Speak softly to the obstinate. Tue man with stubborn will. Though gentleness may fall to niu. It cannot work him tli. Speak softly to the profligate:. The outcast and the .-t-- " Test know no; hjw tnu:h bi'.tcriie-. r Is mingled wit ti tbeir lot . Speak softly to all humankind , The brotherhood boiow. As you would have Heav'n speak to you, In times of tin or woe '. . . ; ! '. Forger Hies! A Republican paper published in this city said that tht. best thing for Genera! le would be for the people to forget j him! It would take all the ditllness.of ; V.Tn.iM!.n nr,... and all the Oliiales . -. . . , . ". . -i r-r- en...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 22 March 1871

'UKAXA U.VIOX.' Pi. r.t.l-HhO EVERY WEDNESDAY ::n::::unio;rFHi:iTi:;aco. 'i l l- c No. Nr 'h M sin. fi tiwrf 1 TV: . . I - DOJZZz JOB PRINTING, every j'ts'crarnoN I LAIN AXIM'KcV n.'IXTIXG ir- (', !'(' r lFtt-. lrzrmmr, r. ATT-Y tTHTTW AT TUB rsioy job fhistisu office, AT AHy A9LE RATE?.- .Vo. CO 3o?77t JIain-strcef. IDlAMlJi 'J"ipr k.v.es ar-- g'veu fur Uie hem it! of our r'-dd--rs, an I riate of the tart com- tsuut a ttiirni-hed; y too Rail hoaus. CINCINNATI, S.VNi'l'SST & CI.EVKI.1XH K- K- fMAD RIVER A LAKE ERIF.i COIUlfXTTKIJ Dec ltli, 17J. I'ASSi.c SulTK. .V.iil and Express. :!. except Snutlay.. li'l 1 .M. N o-M ksnr'-rH. d. . t- ceot Mondays. i.rjj A. M. H-' iaillC Ac iVi!i'H-ii:;tM.U ..M. :..! - ii imprest foes Suu;a snuoaysustemlol .Monday uuonmg. r-.-IN NoKTH. Cleveland Vail No. B h.ioa.-ti. Expre-fs o. JU -' I'i ); Or . Bc:ieioHia-uc Aecotflinouatiou - i" I ..M. "Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St. Louis K'y. (TAX HANILT' KnUTK.1 COEKECTKD Nov.;iUt, lTO. l.OIM. Wl.M. No. (i....

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 22 March 1871

.ifrct ?v. m. IFEits: 1,50 a via:', payable ia advance-, i Addr'.. Cum UxiuX, Urbbu, Oliio. j TENTH YEAR. VilU tbis number Itgiiis the Tenth ; Tear of the UkEa.va UI'j. At tLe ! same time it rt-uuit-i ii- uriina -ize. ; vhick is fuunJ. ou txi-orieiioe, to Ui the ' bet for both reader ami publi-licr-j. j The prico htiioeforth is to be one dollar and a half per year parable iu ttd-vau-x-. The Company will exeroi-w? di-f-retlori in regard to die-.'oniiiiuaiieu, litre notice uot given at the otVio-. j THE COUNTY FAIR. Thk UkBa.na Uxio" takes this head j for some talk to the People of Cham- paigu. The words 'County Fair" have ! in some sort to mean the Annual j exhibition, of the County Agricultural Society, of Farm Stock and Proiiuee. I We wish the term to mean much more ! and to embrace a Conuty Fair for the Sale of Stock and produce, and in short every thing produced by labor in the County, and every thing for the supply of human want not ordinarily kept in Sale Shops. Such a Fair wou...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 22 March 1871

"p D V A TTVTONT 171 0 -A CITY Alt) OOUHTT. "WEDNESDAY, MARCH. 22, 1S71. TO A2VX3.TZSZX.S. All advertisements intended to appear iu the cur- i'-Lt c-k sliouid lis handed !i; a eirf? as Tuesday noon. TO SUBSCRIBERS ! Any of our Subscriber who receive the Union with a bhfe cross on it. will please understand that their .Subscrip tion lia expired, and unless renowtd. the paper will be discontinued. Editok Union. Pleaoe anuounou the name of William C. Hapfeilsett as a candidate for City Marshal, at the 1 April election, subject to the decision of j INDEPENDENT VOTERS. Urbana, Jan. 18, 1871. Ei Union Please announce the name of Thos. J. For.n as a candidate for Constable of Urbana Township and oblige many Citizen. Editok Union. Flutse anuounco tho name of William Bidoe as a candidate for fctrect Commissioner, at the April of the ! INDEPENDENT VOTERS. URBANA, March 14th, 1871. TRE w eil-kuown Ftuiau officer, Gen. llalpinc, passed through ourcity, 011 last Thursday. Gln. Suixby, a member o...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 22 March 1871

Champaign County Farmer. TRANSPLANTING. Tlio iVucu-liull uictlioil r rcuiiiviu oruHiuvutal trec-o is preferred ly niauv i-o all others for some purr?, it is w ell :tdapU-il to evergreens growiujr wild, if ruey are oi mud) size, in order that it luay be easily aud cxiH'ditiouslv ner- foi uied, preparations should be made iu i . lUtuum or before the ground freezes' baru, by digging a trench in the shape' ' i i a circle aoout every tree a toot deep, ! r as far down as the frost ieiietrates; i and then filling these trenches with: dead leaves, which are always abuud- ; ant at that time of year in the borders oi woods or wherever these trees are! souerht. I he leaves will prevent the trenches from freezing in Winter, and the earth within them being frozen bard, the trees 1 TJWZ '5Krl. , ....... c icaunjr w sicua iinu con eeu.io uieir place oi uesiina- ed. to their v lion, where boles, dug at the same time that the trenches were made, and simi larly lilled with leaves if convenient, or le...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 March 1871

I TUB AX A LTXIOy. "'. Bl laLD YXET VTlIiyjiSL'iY tuu URBANA UKIOnPRINTIG CO.: oinci o iJQ lierti Slain, 64oor Eca'Ji of Coai! 'jtrcet . HOOK & JOBPRINTING,; EYTEY rtfcCEIFTICON PLAIN AND "FANCY PRINTING rc as RVt, FsaraUlt, llrtmla't, l'tr, Cards, UUIMi. Btaak. tnfmmrt. ryiOS JOB PMXILSG OFFICE, AT fcIAOKAK.X SATZ:. .Vo. 50 Xorth llain-slreet. TIME TABLES These tables arc giveu for the bene lit of our readers, with the date of tho last corrections as furnished by the Rail Road?. (MAD HlVta LAKE KRIE corrected December 4-h, 1:10. flHDS Soctb. Mail ud Exprea. dailT, except Sunua.7. . 1143 T. M. Mrht Eiprts. except JtMtuava.. . A. M. Bilfonuune Accommodation - 4.1$ A.M. N Isht Exprcsa f oe South Sunday uk t!J of Moeost morning. I'issn-o "Sorts. 'leveUud Mail No. 0 1U Rxora No. 10 W0A.M. Bellcfuuume Accommodation ,ol F.H. Piltebuig, ClacittMtl and St. Loui R'y. (PA-HAKlLE EOCTE.I -orrtctt A JCoverubcr l5t, IST'l. OOLSti fll. No. fi, Fabt Line Ko. 8. Accom'D . So. 10, txpresa.. 11:0...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 March 1871

i;hb. n. union. Tcbmh: ?1.S0 a year, j.ijh'jie it advance. Ad-Irees. Ukeana Usios, Crbr.a, Ohio. K. Tut Jfctvjnetruelioriizcr- Wi the .-jeiiate jf the United States haw r solved in secret, that it is necessary tor them as a Party, to run the Ku-Klux DuJge, and la nccorJauce with tin.- .eerol pledge, they are showing out in open frouato. In the ruiiM of uue i-xplotcration, Sen ator Blair interjxj-'! tht' wholesome truth, that 'Congress- whs the Original Ku-Klux'. Such obvious trutb. wtrike more minds than one, aud in more places than one, at the fcauie time. On the Coth of January, 1S71, the Urbana Union said something of the same feiriti nrid it i- hm produced aguin : TWO OF A TRADE. Ir is an old faying that two ol a Uude never agree; and eo it is found with the Congress "to-called" and the Ku-Klux. They are both engaged iu acting on their dislikes, and both consult ready means rather than lawful means. The Ku-Klux are declared to be a bud set, and are getting no better. Tho charge ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 March 1871

URBAN A T7XI0X. CITY AWIJ OOUWTT. WEDNESDAY, MARCH. 29, 1671. , TO ASVX3.TZsr2.S. All iihtrUbcaientJ iiitaukd to liv"1 1" CuI" tott week shoalJ be iinilcd In ! citIt ai Tndty noon. TO SUBSCRIBERS S Any of our Subscribers who receive tho Usa wiUi a Hue cross on it, will please understand that their Subicrip tion has expired, and unless renewed, the paper will be discontinued. DEMOCRATIC CITY TICKET City Marshal. THOMAS FARHALL Street Commissioner, JAMES NOLAN. City Solicitor, JEREMIAH DEUEL. Flrrt W ar. Councilman, SIR. E. HILL Assessor, DAVID DONALDSON. 0 Bacon d Ward Councilman, JNO. H. P. STONE. Assessor, S. P. SMITH. Third Ward Councilman, J. H. AYERS. Assessor, JAMES GIVEN. i ! a Editob Ukion. Please announce the name of "Wiixiam C. Happebsett as a candidate for City Marshal, at the April election, subject to the decision of the INDEPENDENT VOTERS. Urbana, Jan. 18, 1871. Ed Union Please announce the nameofTnos. J. FoEDas a candidate for Constable of Urbana Township and oblige ma...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 March 1871

Nothing is New. There is a .l..a--atit in uiutt -! 'be primary -i-iiil rcalt-r- :i'"tH -tir Isaao NVwtoti. Hk- -.-refit -lii.'Klitr. "bell yet a hoy. v:i u'nlkiiit; in an "i -hardont- tin' day a- tin' i-b-ry and oh-vrviii'r an apple- fall ( tbv tai ill, a-ke'l liilil'-'-If thi: iIii.'lKit iil.-ur-t Hio-tioti: 'Why Jim.- tin: appJe fail lownvvaid '-" Thii qii'-rv kciir pnzzliug the ymii2 mau's uiiii'l. nniil in laur vear-- lie atiiWL-roil it -aii-factoiily U hiuiw.ll" and to all tin- orM in th-- ili--overy of tin- law of gravitation. Mo-t cliool bows implii-itly belic-vc tbi-i story, and uiauy of tin ir it-to'lur-:. whatever tln ir skepiici-ni may 1- about this particular walk, and tin particular apple, that h t in motion sucb a mighty train of thoti-'bt. wvTtliele- ar- tiiujly convinced that Sir I.-aae -ivt'di w the fix man to driuon strait; the- priii iple that all falion Unlies nr; drawn to ward tbc er-nier of tlie earth. It i highly probable tha! tlii- principle wa weil understoo...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 5 April 1871

URBANA UNION. URB&NAUrilClFRinTIGCO. Urric No. 20 North Wain. 6 doors Sonlh of Coart Street. BOOK is. JOB PIUTITING, EVEET DESCRIPTION PLAIN 'ASDTANCY PRINTING sr- h as R-, PBfcIet, Car4. BUI kraal. Bleak, rrcripi, Btllftlt Ae-, t XEiTLT exbcttet it th UNION JOB PRINTING OFFICE, AT iuujomaxiji um. JVo. 20 North Main-street. PUBLISHED KVEKT WEDNESDAY f ITTU RAILROADS AT URBANA. TIME TABLES. These tables are given for the bene fit of our readers, with the date of the last corrections as furnished by the Rail Roads.- - CINCINN ATI, SAXDl'SET & CUTELANH I!- E. (MAD KIVEK & LAKE ERIE.) Corrected December 4th, 1CT0. Passim Borrra. u-:i c-hmcb d.flv ifrml Rnndflv 12.1.1 P. M Nicht Express, daily, except Mondays. . . J.52 A.M. r,lnr.,niinA Accommodation.... . 4.1S A.M. Nicht Express goes Bouth Sunday instead of Monday moraing. PASSING NORTH, Cleveland Mail 'o. express No. in Bellefontaine Accommodation .. .11.10 A.M. .. S.lflA.M. ... 7,57P.M. Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St. Louis ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 5 April 1871

UUBAXA UNION. April tS7 1. I 1 vm-l.iO Var. aynb.. in atun, .Vllr. . I"i:kan fsivx. t'rhaiw. Ohio "IS IT UNDERSTOOD?" One year ago, the Ohio Legislature aud the public officers were invited to take a free ride to Baltimore. Titer jumped at the ofler aud went. Those who did go, say that they were at no ex pense anywhere. The- ICail Uoad fare, the Hotels, the hacks and entertain ments were all tree, ana the gueets were not suffered to be at any expense. Why was this? What was it for? Why were tueuofsuch little consideration, apart from their votes, treated with such dis-, tmguishetl consideration? The invita- , tiou could have no honest purpose, and , the acceptance was a sacrifice of j ty, aud an expression of readiness to Ik) serviceable. Now again tbe fity otitic il of tin- ciunati, ever free u ith the people's mou - ey, have extended au iuviution to the same supple body: they accepted ll"e ! invitation and have exhibited them- selves before the people. If a member was unwell and c...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 5 April 1871

CITT ATTD COUWTT. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 1S71. TO ADVERTISSZS. AIUl' rtr i-iit5 intended 1-j appear iu tin. ur rent week "liould be banded In a- early as Tuesday noon. ' " ' p TO SUBSCRIBER: - Any of our $ul)scribei , ti" n eohe the Cmux with a Wee w- m it. will j.lca-c under-taii'l (lint tluir SuWrii 1 ion lias expired, and tmlcs renewed, tin- iajHr will be diseoiitiuued. AKDE.-makins has commenced. Tiil Court-house ti be remodeled at a -o-tof .V).0itrt. " A negro was elected constable ity on Monday last in tlii A flirtation epidemic bas out in our midst. broken Tut Mcchanic-burg MiuUtcri il ialion is in Fefciou. .'. ' - lAiua came in like a hiuib year, and went out like : sheep. this Messks. Fbar & Wei.es are ing n business block in St. Tari-. build- i Tin; plot- arouud the Monument in The Siuare, has been graded and so.I dcM. . Tile statue for the Monument in the Square will be completed by (be 'MMh prox. j; '- Wi TTEMiUio College, at Spi iugfield, is to have a mineral and geologic...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 5 April 1871

CHAMPAIGN COUNTY FARMER. LETTUCE IN WINTER. It is t-aiil that heads of lettuce tan be produced in winter in from twenty-four to forty-eight hours by taking a box filled with rich earth, in which one third pHrtofwiscked-iime has been mix ed, 'and watering the earth with luka warm water; then taking seed which had been previously softened by soaking in strong brandy twenty-four hours, and sowing in the usual way. We are assur ed, but will not vouch for the factt that a good bized head of lettuce may be ob tained in the time mentioned. iar par's Maffnzpie. , j; - : -. HOW TO PURCHASE FURS. In purchasing fur?, a sure test of what dealers call a 'prime' fur is the length and density of the down next the skin; this can be readily determined by blow ing a brisk current of air from the mouth 'against the set of the fur.' . If the fibre , opens readily, exposing the skin to the view, reject the article; but if the down is so dense that the breath cannot pene trate it, or at most shows but a ...

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