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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 12 April 1871

(JRBANA UNION. - PU3LIBHXD EVERY WEDNESDAY IT TM Uu!CIFRIilTlnG CO. Omci So. SO KifcUi Main, e doon Bou2t of Court Street. BOOK fc JOIS PniHTIITG, EVERY DESCRIPTION PLAIN ANT xlNCY PRINTING ercH as Book .afooter, Bails. .!, vara. m?ATi.-r iTirrm at th UNION JOB PRINTING OFFICE, , T U1IOIUJLI BATZS. 3o. 20 North 2Tain-street. ZL&X&3.0ASS AT TT2LSA27A. 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. .'' . ' CESCXKKAII, SAXKsIT 4 CLSFELtXD E- E- (HAD BITES LAEB ERIE.) Corrected December 4th, lino. Fascists) Bovtb. i.A EinreM. dailv. (It Sunday. U. 13 P. M. . 142 A. M. Nieht Expreae. daily, except Mondays.. n-"" .... lnmmriljnn - 4.18 A.M. K lht Expren goes boath Sunday Instead of Monday morning. PassikbNobtb. Cleveland Mail No. 0 11.10 A.M. Express No. 10 ,10 A.M. Beilefontalne Accommodation 7,67 P-M. PltUbwg,!incinMti and Bt. Louis R'y. JPAls-HAKLLE ROUTE.) Oorrecled November 8ifct, 1870....

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 12 April 1871

KHAN A 1' N K)N MOniKSUAV April . KVKNIIVG I't.t: : J 1 , ,U ;l :!!. J Wll.l. Ml THE GREAT HUMBUG. I'm. I'atriit li fought in I In- Army lur jroiid pay at (lit? time, ami ;mI tfi-L- :il li'iiuc, when tlii'V i-anie li.uk, jri-l up :ii Annual liow at varioll point as to Kvep themselves I'el'oi'e the i !-. "I" 1 i.'y have had an exhibition at Cincin nati, with a feat. and the usual xplat-t-r.ilion sjict-i he- iMtt Oh ihmi lit lixori". ;mI people plea.se fi've iii-:in ofVut-.iiinl plenty f Kliry. SALT AND IRON. SiM'K lie ."senate I'. S. 1 have smoth ers I the Hill ! aU.lih the Salt duty, the. salt Works iieoie have had a lueet iiiir. and have aplx.iuted a I oinniittee to settle prire-s which are to he raised high er as s(mii as 'undress shall tuljuiiiii. The iic es an- to ! kept up till next Se Moli. The Iroii-uiasteis have had a meeting atid doiii' the same tiling: they have made two lai.-eson iron ol" one ijiiaiter vent eai:h. and one raisi- of ', cent on nails. Tlii'-I.IHM Dollar men...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 12 April 1871

UHKANA,"tTNION. Awn' cOuhtt. WEDNESDAY, AITJL 12. 1S71. .... - - " ".""J' inter lai-ercl in Uk' laitrSpriu, Iat Tuesday. The Ilcllefoiitaine I .ended, publication. . Gazette has siis- Si bsckii'TIons to tlie Um" rocui iug in from overy ipiarter. Wali ek Small, Esu., of this city, is leaching a music class in TieHefoulaiue. Wi; ciill attention to the powerful arti cle of ex-Mayor ratrick in this p8icr. 1k.mi-el Weaver, Esq., is building small dwelling on East Church street. Hon. Wm. Lawrence will please ac cept our thanks for valuable public docu ments. l'KOF. S. M. Nott will give a party to his pupils at Ibe Exchange Hotel, this ( Wednesday I exeuing. -: , - -. Thus. Hi bbaro, late of the Logau Kev. Isaac N. Clark delivered a tem lKruuce disc.Mirse, at the City Hall, on Tuesday evening. - HEIZKKMAX & AlCHENBAloll wjD vrex-t a large carriage fautny .'on Westl Court street this Spring. Gazette has lteeu engaged ou the edito rial staff of the Bellefonlaine Frets. Isaac Joh.nsox, Es...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 12 April 1871

CHAMPAIGN COUNTY FRAMER. RAMBOUILLET SHEEP. It is eaiJ this famout variety of the Meriuy t-hec-p extinct. a rukof the Au -xrlnnge Franco-Prussian war. says : Among cheep most IuluoUS for beauty ' of their wool the Rambouiilet breed, though nearly worthless as mutton, has always been distinguished. Specimens were" Imported from Spain by the first Napoleon, and on the farm established by Louis XVI., iu Rambouiilet, some thirty miles south of Paris, they were afterward carefully crossed and reared until they reached a high point of per fection. "Their wool was that known as Merino, of a very fine quality, and for that reason they commaud exceedingly high prices. But now they are extinct; they have fallen a sacrifice to the exi gencies of war; The Mecklenburg troops which were quartered in the town thought fresh meat for the moment, no matter of what quality, more necessary than fine wool for the futureand there fore, notwithstanding an order to send the sheep to Germany, they were con ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 April 1871

KB AX A UNION.- rutLISHED EVEBY WEDNESDAY BT TBX URBAIM UaiONFBINTIhG CO. Omen No. u North Main. 6doorf Sooth of Court Street . BOOK Sc JOB PILIimilO, EVERY DESCRIPTION PLAIN AND TANCY PRINTING sees Is Clralr tar.- Bill fMniM eats, A e., Ae NEATLY EXECUTED AT TBB CSION JOB PBISTIKQ OFFICE, AT KEASOKASLE KATES. No. 'JO yorth Haiti-street. RAILHOASS AT TJ2LBAITA. TIME TABLES- These tables are given for the bene fit of our readers, with the date of the last corrections a furnished by the Rail Itoads. ( IXCENXATl, SAXlll'SKT t CLEVUANO K- K (MAD RIVEK LAKE ERIE.) Oirrvcted December li. 17. Passing South. Vnil unit Express, daily, except Sunday. . 14. P. M. M-dkt Express, daily, except Monday.. . A. M. K.n-rinLAiue AccommodatioD 4. is A.M. Mcht Express goes Sooth Sunday instead of Monday tuoraing. Passiks Nobtb. I iK.aland Mail No. ll.KIA.M Express No. 10 Bellefoutaiue Accommodation S.1U A.M. I.J7 P.M. Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St. Louis R'jr. I PAN-H ANIiLK ROUTE.. M,rrectcd 'oveinler ....

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 April 1871

" . I T I () 1 WADXESDAY APRIL !, 1871. ii rE.'ius: $1.50 a y.ar, -:tti!e- iu advuncv. ------ -- r Jfao o tie THE CUNNING MEN. Bewabe of lhem : they are about, and they beset your Representatives to mis lead them. They have :i bill before the Legislature of Ohio, and perhaps before many other Legislatures, to permit Rail Riad Companies and other companies that issue Bonds lteaihiir intero-t to as sume and pay the taxes which are now as-essed on such investments. This i fair to look upon, and is wondrous liber al. It worketh thus .-the regular rate of iuterest in Ohio is six percent, pay able in riuinplaster money, but yon may make a special bargain forei-rht percent, Such are the lawful rates when money ie lent to common people, such as Far mers, Merchants, McchSnics, Builders and Manufacturers, and all such debts must go upon the tax list, and pay to the County Treasury for itself and the State Treasury, and the City Treasury and the Township Treasury and the School Treasury sundry...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 April 1871

URBANA UNION. OITT Jk.TT OOTT - WEDNESDAY, APRIL 13. 1871. Let the streets and gutter be cleaned. Trade ! dull, and prices are droop ing. Thkrk wa a heavy frost on Friday night. Long i. Landis have sold out their Grocery. A heavy rain-storm passed over city to-day. The dancing-bear was in town one day last week. FiTR paupers ran away from the Poor house recently. . WE saw Gen. A. Saunders Piatt in town last week. There is m rumor that the Seminary will be re-opened. ARCHBliHOP PUKCKLI. will vUit this city next month. There was a false alarm of tire, on baturday evening. The Urbana University was never more prosperous than at present. The new Masonic hall at St. Paris is & fine two-etory brick building. QES. Kilpatrick, the black-leg, lec tures at Springfield on the 29th inst. A Rail Road is to be constructed be tween Bellefontaiue and Evansville. Wit. Hubbard, editor of the Demo cralie Xorth u-est, is visiting in Bellefon taiue. OCR newly-elected municipal officers have entered ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 April 1871

CHAMPAIGN COUNTY FARMER. HOW TO DROP MEDICINE. A elt-li(lJ(.T from a tpoou, wlitu teui porarili tilled with guy liquid, or tut Iroppiny medicine, may be made ill the , iruj'lest mauuer posailile, by thrusting' the bundle betweeu the leaves of a shut book lying uu the table. If not high enough, one book may be piled upouaa jthei. lioth hands may then be used, iu dropping from a bottle, or for making . uny desired mixture. ' HOW TO DROP MEDICINE. GRAHAM GEMS. lhcif luustbe baked iu irou putts, each j little pau partitioned by itself, as they , Hill uotrise if baked in amass. Re- move the cream frotu tsweet milk, and for a sufficient quantity for two pans, H U nail, bill 111 lue iiuui , elowlv until somewhat thicker than i paucake batter; beat thoroughly, aa it j will add to their lightuetw; have the oven j very hot, as thev must bake in fifteen or i twenty minutes, or they will not be light; place the pans on the atove, and when hot, butter, aud with the spoon, drop each little pan fu...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 10 May 1871

(J K KANA UNION.; rCBLlSHKD EVEBT WEDNESDAY URBANAUrnSTPRINTINGCO.; urrics No. 3U North Main. Sduort South of Court blrect. BOOK & JOB PRINTING, AND EVENT DESCRIPTION or PLAIN AND FANCY PRINTING area ft -!.., r.fkh-t, Clrralans FMalers 1'iHs iilllkMfe, KlnU FmriaaM. hlmlr"f"K .fee KKATLT EJEcrTE! T THE CXIOX JOB PKISTIXQ OFFICE, AT BEAFONABLC RAT 8. .V. 20 North JIain-street. ! j ' i j ! j ! IT' I VOLUME X. NO. 8. RBANA URBAN A, OHIO WEDNESDAY, TT T MAY 10, 1871. WHOLE NUMBER 174. RATES OF ADVEBTIS1NO. Advertisements will be inserted at tin following rates : 1 square one week -Each additional week 1 square three months 1 " six " 1 " one year - column, 3 months " 6 " " t year j column 3 months 1,0 50 B,b0 - 10,00 15,00 1S.0O 30,00 40,00 30,0C 40,0fT 60,00 30,00 40,00 60,00 ,100,00 15 i 1 year 1 month 3 " 6 " 1 year Local Notices, per line POETRY. Aisscs. (jwn1) row , panting, passionate ri-d love IrailinK pinion in t lie sunrise clips, 'Till failing, fainllng Willi it w-arlei tii...

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 May 1871

It i ii V" A T " "V" T "V" J IV I J - V JA. U 1U x . WADKESDAY MAY 10 ,1871. TEHt:-$l.0 a year, pay&bl is dvan. fh States of the Union with Union of th StiUt." "THE ONLY SAFETY FOR THE DEMOCRACY." Such is the heading of an article in n. rn nf Uv i fNv York! and t in certainly calculate-!. a it was intend ad,, to catch the attention of thoee w ho are to walk in the Democratic line. has the air of advice, and at the ime i m,. f.jmrit.th! anthori-! Jr iw. t And vet It does i.n.1 disinterested. The giver of the advice stand aloof and doe not Join the ranks, for which he noiuU the way. as if he meant. Come tome and I will .how yon kitr Guv. bow. But hear what the Ad and then judge. Here it is : Tf tVi Th.mrri.ii- nurtv are wise. they have a very good chance to carry Presidetitial election in 18Ti All that is necessary is to adopt the right platform, and to nominate the right .... ..... .1... ri. canainaies. - ior wre juiu., 1 most iniixjrtant pan, 01 11 u e.pre-cu ,..t ..m-.v r.rii-n...

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 May 1871

rrpn a- lNTTOC I ! vJl A A . I; LKJy . WEDNESDAY. MAY 1" 171. News of the Neighborhood. McsrtnOGMS art- plentiful. The boys have be-tin !i-himr. playing at fHrm- iug. THE weatber li mouth fcgo. .j.-r t hu ii h A new grocery lr the Weaver Bloi-k. Imm-ii ojieiic I in MlAliu'S und woodland- an with wild-flowers. PR.ovrsiriV re hiL'hcr in H-llefonl- tslne than lu Cincinnati. - - UfeaXA in iu need "I a noii-popm-ai. lioa-Bectarlcia Keadiu Ko"Ui- Commercial travelers ray tin y to piss their Sunday- in Urbaiia. liU. SHALL our Markel-l.on.-e leiuain mi opened ftoui year's end to venr'-end:' OCE merchants are underselling one another, and thtir patrun aie jubilant. Mf.' are at work clearing up the Caiap-grourids for the re:it meetmi; in August MB. JoHK KlhBY is addinji a. veran dah to Ida fine dwelling, on North Main Street. "Oak Hall' is the uauoe of the cfore rooni of L. Nathan-on. at N"". io. Public Square. Xo promeuaJiuy will be permitted in the Camp-ground-, during the religious service...

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 May 1871

IIOGr LAND'S COLUMN. YO CJ ALL HATE BiRD OF Hoofland's German Eiticrs,' HQOFLAND'S GERMAN TOSIC, Prepared by Dr. C. jr. Jackson, Philsdelphla. Tnur introduction, into tills cooaujr from GsrmanT occurred in 1S23. They Cured Your Fathers find Mothers A ad will cars yon and yonr children. Tbej ara an fi rely different from tiio many preparation now In the country called. Bitters or Tonics. They an not tavern preparations, or anything like them ; btUROOdt lione.t, rtiii;'lc mcuicines. Tiiey are y ic fjKaiat knotm remedUt for Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, Jaundice. Diseases of the Kidneys, ERUPTIONS OF TEE SKIN' nij.i a:i Diseases atUir; bom DisordereS Liver, btomacu, or IMPURITY OF THE' BLOOD. C'nrnlipalion, Flatulence, Inward Pilot, Falnesa or liiood to the Head Acidity of the Stomach, Nau sea, li cart-burn, DiscTtst ror Food, Favosa or Weight in tlio btomach, Boor Eructa tions, Sinkijr or Fluttering at the Fit of. the Stomach, Swimming of tnc Ilcaif, lltirricd or Diffi...

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 May 1871

; UI-iA XA UNION. I'l T.I.IMIEO EVEUY WEONESOAV ijRB&r;Au:;ioTFn!?TirGCO, Orrtia ro. V) N-jclu Miu.6iJ'jorr tk-Bib vi Cvut IMrr.t. nOOK & JOB PRINTING, EVEHY DESCKirTlMN or I'LAIN AND FANCY PRINTING el'tH 18 Card.. Hlllha4. BLlft. I'rtcriaiBcat ataleateaU, Aeic MlTlt EIItlTKD AT TH rsioy job minting ofici:, AT EI1SOMBLI SATI9. AV. 20 Xorth Jlain-xlrccl. ; POETRY. We Are Growing Old. We are grow lug old -how that thought will rise When a glance la backwaid cat Ou iotne long remembered ij-ot that lie In tUe silence of lUc past: It may be the sbrine of our early vows. Or tbe tomb of early tears Hut It seeins like a far-off isle to uj, In tbe Btonny wa of ycar-. Oh, wide aud wild are tlic waves tba( part Oar steps from lti" groeuue-n now; And we mlts tbe Joy of many a heart. And tbe light of many a brow. For deep o'er ruauy a stately bark Have the whelming billows rolled. That steered with ua from tbatear! mark O friend, wc are growing old; Old in tbe dimness aud tlic dul Of oar...

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 May 1871

5JRJ3ANA I'XIUN.' AVADNF:T)Ay MA V 17, 1871. $1.&0 a y.-nr, l'pvabie in advance. states of the Union with Union of the States." "THE THREE AMENDMENTS." The followers of the President's Com bination, formerly kuov n as the Re publican party, are endeavoring to make it a point in the next flection, that the three AmundmenU thall be maintained. And snmo of the same tribe are giving it out, tbat the Demo cratic party are about to abandon any discussion of them, and, as it ia called, "accept tbefcituation."- There are men found in every party, while the party is in a- iniuority, who pine for office aud are williug to coui-protui.-e their opposition, and there may be such In the Democratic party now. But the Tarty itself, as a Party, is baed on the support Of the Constitution, and id the Party of Constitutional Union. Huch of them it? hold (hi to be a par amount duty have no compromise to make, and no concession to make. .Among these will be found the L'rbana Union. The Amendments "so...

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 May 1871

URBAN A UNION. WEDNESDAY, MAY 17. 1S7I. News of the Neighborhood. News of the Neighborhood. NOTICE. Thk publication of the Ukbana Union Las been unavoidably delayed this week. Hcrtafti-r we eliall issue thin paper promptly on Tuesday eve nings. HrnAWEEKltlEd Lave made their np pearaucu in our markets. Oik merchants are still underselling one auotber. Reynolds street is leiug graded and pavfd. Seveka'l weddings arc on tbe iapit in this city. CalicoKS Hold foro ccuUa yard iu thia city, last Thursday. Tukhe is a chapter of colored Free Masons at Mecbauicsburg, There is promise of an unprecedent ed harvest of wbeat this season. Ukbana bas more (ban bcr share of Suuday street-loungers. The Ukuana Union will take uolh iug but movry in pay for subscription. The Union School at Mecbauicsburg is to be enlarged aud improved at au expense of$7,0xi. To C'oKl!E-iPOMENT.s. The poems scut us by Thomas McDonald are ac cepted. Also ' E.lwurd Crawford' Con fess ('of.' There is a email encampment of 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. — 17 May 1871

HOOFLAIIB'S COLUIIIm. oa vi uuco or HacflandV German Bittsrs, HDQFLAtlD'S GERMAN TOHIC, Fropared by Dr. C. M. Jackon, Philadelphia Thair IntroditcUon iu'.o tuia coumrv from Gwrauof utctirrcd la They Cured Your Fathers and Mothers And will euro yo:i and yonr children. They are n Tiroiy diiiereii! ft mo. Ute inanv preparation now In lUo onuntry called liii'er-or Yuiics. They are not invent m pnrai . or anything like thein;' bat OOd li:.net. ruiiit'j-e medicine They arc 'm yi taUtt know reiudUefor Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, Jaundice. Diseases of the Kidneys. ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN nd h.1 Diseases h rising from a Disordered Liver, mouim.h. or IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. r'!;ti!-aiiGn. Vti uleiice. Tuwartl Pilaa, Fulneff, of tll'jud lo the Head. Aci.lily of liie Slomacll, Kail-llcarl-buni. I:l'-ii Tor Fuod, FillliMaor 'tVtit-'iL in ttiv htotnHt'h, Sour Brucia lion., btukhii; or i- i; i r t ?ri i sr at tbe vf the Slonin'-it. Sw iiiiuiinK of the Head. Ilurrlrd in liim.-ult Brw...

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 May 1871

(J KB AN A UNION - - - ; -- - - ITBI.ISIIED EVERY WEDNESDAY . ..-... ,, IT TP C' ;r lRBA!i& UNION PRi'iTING CO. 0mr No. i North Main. 6d.urr Souili of Court Slrcl. 1 BOOK &; JOB PRINTING, AND - - EYEl'Y iKcr:irTH.x - or - PLAIN AND FANCY HUNTING sr.kTi.x EXEccrrn at rmm SlOX JOB PJilXTIXG officj;, j AT BT A SON ABLE KATE!. Xo. 20 Xorth Ma in -street. ! POETRY. Losses. UpUU llll Wilil " -II-MIII'I Tl rrt sat a pilgrim land. IL'ns t!ie hr-vr that t li-lr Inc . s Wliiic evening an.d iy From bn-cry elifl and bay. ud the strong tide 'ni out with weaiv moan One puk. with inivi-i in l'l'. jf a fair freighted sl.ip. With nil his household to the deep sun" do-v Hut unc had wilder wo - f-'or R fair face long ago -T in til'- ilar!;rr d")tli- f a grr-:l to" "" i .. . - - ' Tli-rc were who mourned their youth With a most loving ruth, Kur its. brave hops' and memories ever si'-en; And oik- upou the West Turur-d an eye that would not re-t. Kur far ofl hills whereon it joy had Ix-eu. c some...

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 May 1871

URBAN A UNION WADXESDAY MAY 21, 1S71. Tbrmb: I,Se a r-ar. payable in advance. Th State f the Union with Union of the State." STEADFAST-NO "DEPARTURE." ' On tbe 17 May, 1&71, Hie L'kbana Union made its utterance on the mat ter of the "Three Amendments," and on this 21 May, 1671, it re-affirms them and priuts them anew at the end of thin notice, as (lie affirmation of what (lm 'nifiLiluliiiu riHiuirps. At tlif tinip that Patch No. 13 and 1'aUh No. Xo. 15 wore fabricated in Congress "ho called" the pretended purpose was to arm the negroes with with ballots for their own protection against their masters, while the real object ws t draft a horde of voters into Republican rauks for Re publican use. This Revolutionary act may be safely left to time, and in good time the perpetrators of it will rue the act they did. The pretended 14th must be resisted and disregarded, but if time shall prove that it is a "legislation" made by "War," and that every natur alized citizen of the United Stat...

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 May 1871

URBANA UNION. WEDN ESP AY, MAY 24, 1871. News of the Neighborhood. The Vfeaver-huu is to be paUited. The teachers and pupils of the Higb nbool paid a visit to Piua last week. It is the opinion of the Springfield Republic that "Urbaua is nothing if not seniiatioual." Archbishop Pcbcei.i confirmed overoue hundred childreu during his recent visit to this city. Robert Bonnek, proprietor of the New York Ledger, patronizes the West Liberty Wheel Company. Herman Fisher has taken away the railing from the cellar windows in the basement of his store-room. Several new buildings have just been completed, on the hill near the Central Fair Grounds, at Mechanics burg. Messrs. Willis, Hanoa, and Rollins, three prominent young lawyers of Springfield, paid Urbana a passiDg visit last week. Trade is improving In Belle ton tain e. Three dozen eggs and a pound of butter were sold by the merchants of that hamlet last week. A youno gentleman and lady were prevented from eloping, in Mechanics burg, lately...

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 May 1871

HOOFLAND'S COLTJI-JN. uatc lllai.o or Hoofland's Gsrrnan Bitters, HODFLANO'S GERMAN TOSIC, , Preiared br Dr. C. M. Jack-on, Phliad.u'i'hit. Tiwir inlro-iiK' !.'! f: tu this conn'-nr frm O.rcanT ooc'irre.1 is They Cured Your Fathers anil Mother And will cure you an 1 yonr children. Tliey ars en tirety dilTerent from U;e many prefwra' ions now la the country called. Diitersor feiics. 'iuey are fcot laverii pre'Kinitious. or atiythiDi? like tnctii ; h'lt good, !:onvt. ':e medicines Tiicy are 7 'e t;i-ile?t tnoicn rom-i'Mvr Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, Jaundice, Diseases of the Kidneys. ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN n,,t a t Ii,a.'s--0 nr-..;rK from a D.soidered Liver, S'otiittcii. or IMPURITY OF THE BLOOD. r. J..litn;in. F.'Hlul..ice. linviinl Plica. Fulness of Wood lo the lle.a.1. Aehtlly of tiie Stomach, Nan Head 'elm. I;s:;.l.l" for Food, Kil!i:esor ' Ueiciil in the SiohircIi, Semr Emcta- Ikm. .sinking or Fhi'.tcrii.q at the 1'it of '!, Mi.iiHcii. Snintming of I he Hi hJ. I...

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