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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 31 May 1871

Poetry. Heterodoxy. Pray dee , put the sermon by -rn my toul no no more with creed, . . They are uiy Etones nd but k.- to nry hungry u spirit's needs; ' - ' " ' - " - I am tired of striving sect.5, wita tbeir various bigotry Ah, for me death hold.'- uo Terror but the fear of lo: ing thee? " lu a Bcavcu apart from thec, could iuy exiled . soul rejoice? - . - r . - - . Could IJoin the angels' .-on;, uiK-:Inj thence thy tender voice? What to m? were gales of pwl if they parted tbec and me? What the streets so fair and golden If I walked them seeking thee? J , V volijmi; X. NO. II. RBANA URBAN A. OHIO WEDNESDAY. N MAY 31, 1871. m WHOLE NUMBER 1 H. ! ; ; j j j : ! i : : I mond cross, a brooch of unique design set with forty large diamonds, and large solitaire diamond ear pendants the wedding gift of the groom. The new Mrs. Pomeroy is a lady of medium height, with a fair complexion and a pretty face. She has for some time past contributed the column called the 'Home Corner,' in Pomeroy' s...

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 May 1871

U RB AN A UN ION WADNESDAY MAY 31, 1S71. Icmis :-!, SO a year, payable in advance. The States of the Union with Union of the States." THE STATE CONVENTION. ; To-morrow; June 1, 1S71, the Demo- 1 1: CJnA Pnnivtniinn u-iTI moot lit. Colambus to nominate candidates to be vclexl for in October next. From genor al indications since last election the bigns were strong and increasing that the Democratic Party would rarry the next election. Some of the Party, be come impatient at the slow and sure working of principles, are calling for new movements based oirexpedieiieies, and such movements may not produce that concentrated action which is need ful to .any bticcess. WILLIAM FOSTER. The trial and sjiiilcucc of William Foster iu New York-for the umrUer or D. Putnam has been couducted with a celerity, a Jixeduess aud a cer- j that nothing could resist, and the conviction will be hailed as a gratifying response to the clamorous demand ot the New York Press. I'.wfer seems to , ,. . , , , , ,,,i...

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 May 1871

URBAN A UNION. WEDNESDAY, MAY 31. 1671. News of the Neighborhood. C'OCFT is iu session. ' Imi'KOVEME.nts of all kiuds are stead ily increasing iu our city. East Ward btreet is to be extended through the old grave-yard. A h.MALI. band of gipsies dim-d West Church street hist Thursday. The towu-puuip that was lately stolen from the Pullic-UHre was fifty years old. Si'Ri.vii field will be depopulated du ring the coming Camp-meeting in Ibis ity- . . . y - - - : . : ' ' TllB name of IJeaver street in this city has lieeii changed to Washington street. The Radicals ol Champaign County will hold a Couventiou. iu this city, on the 17th of June. Dk. W. V. Hall, will be in Urbana ou Wednesday, Thursday and Friday, May 31, June I, 2. ( " -. ' - Wk paid a visit to Bellefoulaiue re- and L7toZ.n and ready to blow nua. The State Fair will be held, at Spiilig - Held, 011 the 23th, 2Gtb, -7lh, 2lli and . t r 1 , 1 ... 29th days of September. : What with otato-bugs, cut-worms, j rust, and Radicals our...

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 May 1871

XLA.IX.R0AD3 AT V2UJANA. timi; TABLES. TiitjMi table.-i are givuu f'jr tljo lwuw- tit of our reader?, with tho date of the lat ronwtlou a furui-hed Ly the Rail Iw'j9- - UV IN.NAIi. sAM'l'sKY. & ILfcHLANi) K K (MAD KIVKK A LAKE ERIK.! 'rrwted May 15, 171. Passing Soith. and LTprs, foilr. except i-iinua? .:? !'. M. Niirb! tprew. daiiv. except Mondi,j s. . 2.1HA..M. lu-ilefontxine Accommodation I.!- A..M. Nteut Expreri gvm !outli Sunday iunradff Monday inorinu. ri""i Nor.TB. cleci:md VutU No. fi. . Kxoress. No. In HVilvloutaiiic Accommodation . Il l" A.M. . tin A.M. h.ir. r.M. ritXtburg, Ciucionati and St. Louin Tt'y. i ..in-. May i5. 1-71 ;oiki; vt hT. No, r,. la.t Line .. 1:'? A. M.. ,Uip- at all sia!i..i; No. K. Aixnm'l fvOO I il.. No 1M. B.pri-.... K 14 T. M.. " " If. If. , r,: filial'.. Nil Li. Way Krti-li Ji..Tti A M. :!,'. I am . No. I. K.l-t Ltli - 1?: f. M.. .!!" If- If. ' ! sill;;-Oil 1 . No. .". lijpn r- . . !:il. M.. -!o- ali station No. M. A'-cou'n .... A . M .. No. II...

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 June 1871

Poetry. The Robin. My old WcHi neighbor over the wy. Crept i-lowly oat in the su of i-priiis. rushed from berear tlie locks of gray. Vnd listened to bear tli robin siug. Her grandson, plaving at marbles stopped. Aud cruel in t-port, at boyn will be, ToBed a stone at the bird, who bopped From bough to bough in the apple-tree. "Nayf aaid the grandmother; hare you not heard. My poor bad boy, of the fiery pit, Aud how, drop by drop, this merciful bird Carrie the water that quenches it? He brings cool dew in bis little bill. And lct it fall ou the souls of tin; You can see the mark ou bis red breast rtill Of linn that scorch as be dris it in? -My pour bron rbuddyo? luy breast-burned bird, blugiug o sweetly from 1"' tu 1'. " . Very dear to the heart of our fiord Is be who pities the lo-4 like Him:" "Ameu:" I sid to the trjautiful myth. "Sing, bird of G"d, in my heart well; Each good thought ix a drop wherewith "To cool and lesvjii the Ores of hell. rruyr of love, like ruindrojft fall. Tea...

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 June 1871

ITRBA-'-a" - U2s " " WEDNESDAY JUNE 7, 1871. Tracs a rear, payable ia advance. Tk Slate f th Unin with Union of the State." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. OOVERXOli, GEOKUEW. McC'OOK, of Jefferson. LIECTENANT-OOVERNOK, SAMUEL F. HUNT, f Hamilton. AnOKNEY-GKNLUAL, IDWAHD 8. WALLACE, of Clarke. At'DIIOR OF STATE, JOSEPH K. COCKERILL,"of Adams. TBEASI KER Or STATE, DR. UU9TAV ERUEHL, of Hamilton. SUPREME JUDGE, O. W. GEDDES, of Richland. KJ1KBER BOARD Or PUBLIC WORK, AKTHUH HUGHES, of Cuyahoga. SCHOOL COMJI ISolONtR, WILLIAM W. BOSS, of Sandusky. CLERK OI' SCPKEBtE COURT, (J SABLES PATTERSON, of Franklin. Platform: "Ewy person chosen or appointed to ay office under luir State, before en tering upon the discharge of its -duties, hall take an oath or affirmation to support the Constitution of the United States and of this Stale, and also an oath of office." Constitution of Ohio, Art. W, Sec. 7. STEADFAST—AYE, STEADFAST. When Mr. Lincoln made the declara tion that be might disregard the Con sti...

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 June 1871

URBANA UNION. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 7, 1871. Neighborhood News. The Weaver huc i being painted ii liglit lead color. PoTATOts are selling in our market at 51. iW JH.T lHIlicl. .Tut weekly 0-ii-air concert ii held iu tlic Ourl-hoitec Park on Joti day in?tcal of Saturday evening last. YVfc understand that the ntaluc will be placed upou il pedettal in (he Public Square, uu the 4th of July. A balloon was sent up, ou North .Vaiu btreel, last Jmidny evcuing, by Young Busscr. TliE ladies f the rSvtedeuburgian ; Church gave another private theatrical ! entertainment, at the home of Colonel J. H. Jauien, on la-t Aonfiay -vruing. TllK Couiuienceiueiit Exerci-c of the Urbana High School will be licld at the i City Hall, on Tluir.-ihiy evening, June. 1Kb, t 8 P. M. Key. G'EOlioi; Kai.b, of the I'rcsbyte-. riau Church, at Bellefoiifaine, delivered : a very eloquent discourse, in this city, . on Sabbath evening last. The Methodist Conference now iu j eeasiou has voted to remove their Pub- J Mailing Hou...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 7 June 1871

RAILROADS AT URBANA. TIME TABLES- These tables are given for the lene lit of our readers, with the date of the last corrections as furnished ly the Kail Roads. . CINCINNATI. SANR-SKT & Cl.tV tl.ANl U. K. (MAD KIVER LAKE EK1F..I i.orm icM May 15, 171. Passdki South. Mail and Eipre. daily, cicept Sunday . l.n P. M. Nijht Eipr.-s. daily, except Monday. . . 2,10 A.M. Beilcf.wtainc Accommodation J.1H A.M. Niht fixprv soes South Sunday instead of Monday tnorein. rassiNO North. Cleveland Mail No. 6 11. 1M A.M. repress No. II) i.li. A.M. tk-llefoulaiuc Accommodation NO l'.M. Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St. Louis R'y. r.N-H.NlLK KOCTE.I " 'oirii lcd May 1ST1. ;iiing WKST. No. li. Fact Line... ll:s A. SI., itop- l nil matiou.-. No. M. Ae.-.m' :m I. M .. No. 111. Express NI.'P. M.. " " li. I!, cn'sv .-in;:.-. No. IS, Way rrvtgb li.au A. M. ";.i:sr: No. 1. T Line U; JVM., j-u.p- at I;. IL Croc- - '' . rtuj only. No. 5. Exrm"- . :. . . I;JI A M.. atop al all stations. So.S. Jom'n . .s:al A. . ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 14 June 1871

Poetry. News To Tell. yelgiibCT, lend rue ycor arns, for I am not well, Tliie wound 70a is scarcely a fortnight . old. . . All for a sorry nivs-AS-.' I bad 'O kli, I've traveled many a miic lu wet aud cold. Yon it the old Kiay Chateau atxn c tUc trees. He bade mc eo k 11, toy co'iirade brave aud ; iMately forest Mid river so brown aud broad. Be khowetl iii? the seen" as Lea dying lay. I havclwu there, aud. nefbhor. I am not well; I bore bis sword and wmc of his eurliug hair. Knocked at tbe gate aud said I had new to toll, i.utered a chamber aud saw Lu mother lh-r Tall aud straight, tU of ago ou her lit ail, Crave aoditern as aioldler's mother inhjht be Deep lu her eyes a living look ol the dead. Sbc grasped lu r Muff aud silently ged at uie. 1 thought lu b-Urr be d.-ad than m-t h-r pi 8hc (siutwod it all. I'd u v. r n ord to toll Taking the swrd in her anu she heav. d a Sign. I'laspins : lie curl in h-r band she sobbed and r.-ii. I raised her up, she aal lu 3 tlalcly ciiair. Iler fa...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 14 June 1871

UUBAXA UXICLN, WKDNKSDAY JINK 11, IST1. .k.ms: $l.0 a year. payal-b' ia mUviiu.-c : -- ; Thi States f the Union with Union of i the States." i PKMOCI.ATIC STATK TICKET. I (iDVCKNVK, ; -il.Ol.... Y. M-COOK,of Jc-1'ers..ii. Platform: " K very J "cr.-on chosen 01 upioiiited to any oflk't under this .State, before en teringuHn the discharge of its duties, shall take an oath or alliriuation to supixTt the Constitution of the I iiilcd .Stales aud of this oath of olllce.'' Conn'itiition of Ohiu, Art. XV, .y.c. ! stale, and also : NEGRO POPULATION AND THEIR INCREASE. Persons v. ho best understand the slave population of the United Htates have looked with interest to the popu lation tables of 1870, to see what indica tions the census of 1870 would give of the future Increase of black population In the United States. Such persons had an expectation that the census of the blacks would show a diminution in" the rato of increase, and that ultimately thero would be an absolute decreapo of numbers...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 14 June 1871

URBAXA KI)NpDAY, JUNK 14. 1871. Neighborhood News. iTouNlsamaii jut l,' to fwcsr in tin- ntrtets of Mccbanisburg. A roujilc of cripplwl organ-grimJers wito iu lowu ltit Tuesday. We uutlcKtaml that J-'orejmuxh will visit Urbana with bis Circus, in July. jsMXi. Tbal isw bftt it -st3 Spring field to suri'sort licr iiolice department. The Ke-uuioii of tbe 31 O. V. I., at the City-hall, on Thursday lant, wa Miiuly attended. btJtftKiBERS who fail ti receive tbe Urbana Union regularly will pleas notify Ui of tbe fuel. A teuipcra'uce lecturer pokc to a trliui crowd of citizens at the t'ily hall.on Monday night la-t. Tin: Picnic, given by the O'id-fvllowa of Columbus, at 'VVtatville, on last Thursday, was a grand success- The weather prevented Trof. Torter and his Band from giving their Open air Concert, on Saturday evening lat. Thl Council proceedings Jtut Mon day evening were not of sufficient mportauce to justify their publication. I llE Concert and Panorama at the 1st. Methodist church, ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 14 June 1871

TIM I! TAUJ.li- Tlitsu tal-ivs are jriv'-o U litr Ituc-j tit of our n-aiire. with the date if tbe ,S last corrections- as Ruade. t INli SAil. JAM'lski i U.F tLAMJ ii- K. (MAO EIVER A IAKK E1MK.) C-jrn-Uil May IS, 167. PaIK bOLTU. M .it! and Ezpre??. dailv. -icept !uihj l.u'J P. -M. MA? Sipm. daily, except Mondayi K.;'i.r.wN nt- Aivuminndat ion Ml-M K-ipres Roes South Sunday uistcmlif Monday mortin. Paim; Noi:tu. ' Iceland Mail No. C '.- Kxpree No. Jo rMiefoutainc Acromuiodall"n .ll.lllA.M. ill' A.M. .. s,, ID I'M. Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St. Louis R'y. :. N-ll A VtiLK Koi'TK,i .led l:,y 1.1, li71. G'tnO WKsJT. No. '.. r'a-l Lint... ll:t- A. M., l ' Matioiis. No. K An-om L :'' f. No. 10, Er.i-rt?.... M.. " intrs. No. li. 'a 'H;1j 13M A. M. I;. It. cros- i;uls': I- as, r. Pin- 1'. M .s'up.at H. H. rus- Nv. 1. V:st Line No. R. Kipr--. . . 1:11 A M.. Mop- l n motion. No. 9. Atoiti'ii :31 A. .V.. No. II. Way Frei-til il:-S A.M. T.io I'ltl". A X. York KJm runs daily, all other fail"1 da...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 21 June 1871

Poetry. The Two Brides. I miw tin matrix at the kirk. And both fair hikI kwwI, m- was in liwr lirldiil-rolie. One in Iter winding fImyI. Tlie tburistcrs fcang the liyiim. The sacred rite m-ere read And one for life to life. And one to Death was wed! Tliey went to their bridal beds Id lovlines and bloom; hie lu a merry castle. One in a silent tomb. One to the, world ol steep. Locked "In the amis of Love; Aud one in tlie arms of JVath. Passrd to the heaven alxive. ue to the morrow woke, lu a world of sin aud )wln; But the other wns happier far, And never woke aiuin. Richard H. Stoddard. The Forsaken. The following beautiful poem which posesses such 'rigid simplicity aud tear ful pathos was composed, by the author ess when but fourteen years of age, on hearing the physician tell her nurse one evening, during illness, that she could not live till morning. No one of real feeling cau peruse it without a strong in clination to tears. Its irresistible charm ia its absolute truth the unaffec...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 21 June 1871

IJUHAXA UNION WEDNESDAY JUNElM, 1871. Tr.Ks: (1,30 a y,nr. jmyablf in aUvauiv. Ths States ot the Union with Union of the Stte." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. WVJiltH, - UEOKUEW. Mc-COOK.of JeflerM.ii. Platform: "Every jerou cliusen or appointed to any office under this ttate, before en- tering upon the discharge of its duties, shall take au oath or affirmation to support the Constitution, of the United H La ten and of this State, and also an oath of office." Constitution of Ohio, Art. XV, .Vfc 7. VALLANDIGHAM. The sudden death of C. L. Vallaudig ham, at Lebanon, Ohio, on Saturday morning, 17 June, is already known throughout the laud. The readers of the Urbana Union who take no other pa per will desire to know the mode of it, which is briefly stated thus: A trial for muHer which excited great atteutiou, and which had been transferrd from Butler county to Warren county, had been iu progress for a week at litbauou. Mr. Vallandigham was the leading counsel for the defense, and was to make 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. — 21 June 1871

. , i - I I V I i i . WEDNESDAY, JUKE 21,1871. Neighborhood News. Trade is becoming more active. UA-sraKKRiKS are celling in our mar- ket at 125 cents per quart. Coukt has adjourned until next Mou day. , The crop of cherries is very small this year. 41, (several of our lawyer were absent last week attending Court. There is every prospect of a splendid harvest of wheat this season. Several new houses are being erect- i ed in this city. The bridge on Sciota street is under going repairs. Fishing and swimming are prohibited in the Factory-pond. A "$1.00 Store" is the latent sensation in this city. The temperance movement is on the wane iu Urbana. Bailey will be here with in a few weeks. his ciruus Overcoats were last Sunday. worn in this city Esquire Evans, of Springfield, made us a call last Jonday. The death of Vallandigham cast a d eep gloom over our city. There was uo meeting of the Coun cil last Monday eveniug. Hon. Wm, Lawrence was at the Exchange-house last Tuesday evening. Ther...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 21 June 1871

ciioqirs cojuwr. PURIFY YOUR BLOOD AT OXt'E. WhTPTPT th V"k IIwt crf.w, it ha; a lxral rTl,fft,VO for curing Rheumatism, and us a Blood runhfr. In me Rpnnz tli erly shoots are used I'vmnnT r-efl for grron?," tieause of their heslili -pTiPC qualities. With ull tit'.s local rep uimjod ani Uie pnise of 'i'sliiiisiRhn-l Physician (lr. "w L Kmc, Wtlo.i M. Hunt.Gnfftts, Copland amid tier.,) wr,n lisw Ustoi its medical powers u ba nt tfiti t d hy the profession ai larcaj mK-h through a want of a proper ap ireciAtion of its merits, as a knowlce of the pre pare it for me dtcinal um. Dr. Olirer Crook, ft physicianwho dc roles hie entire (imetothedtitios of his profession nod who has the iarccst prac tice of any phy sic inn in boutn ern Ohio has fully tested the a-tivn mdirinal inali-ios of Poko Itoi during the l:iHt 25 ye irs, and unhesitati n g I y ronounccs it to Mve more nerit for diseases de pending on a de praved condition of the blood, thrin any and all other articles named in the Ma la...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 28 June 1871

Poetry. Hannah Binding Shoes. i'uurlou' Hannah, billing t the. witidon, binding -io-. raded, wrinkled, iuiug, flilcliinc iu mournful MUft-. Krlghl-rj -ed-bmiity on-e was abe. Whrn II f. Iiloom a oa tbc live; hprlngaud winter, Haunah' at tb 1 1 lorn-. bindiu;; itlio-. Not a u Iglibor rawing nod or answer will refu To her whimper, "la Uirrv frum thenahera any u-wT'' U, lcr bean'a Adrilt with one On au rndleaa voyage Itone! N'mlii and meruit!:. llaimah'a HI the window, binding ahix-a. l air young Hannah, f-u, tlif sunburnt iwhrr, R-eyly "w; Hale and clever. Tor a willing bbd awl hrt lieu--1, May -day Heap- all aglow. And the mvi arvlaiiglilnc For her wnMinic. Hannah b-avre her window aail Imt Ikj,-. Jlay I uuaMniR Mid t lit ajiple bougha a iigcii fi. Hannah ahtid U r, l or the mild aou(bwcter rnrehi-r t-n-w Hound the rock of Marbh-bead, Outward bound, a schooner aped; Silent, lonesome. IlaiiUMbV at tin" window, binding -ho". " Ti NomiiIt; Now no tear hcr waited rtiwk bedewa From Newfou...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 28 June 1871

VKDNi;l)AY Jl XK?, 171 Vl; f. .. ..... : , -!. ' j,rl jkotMc . .OMiim ... , ,., -r..;:lllc The States of the Union with Union of the States." the States." DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET. GOVERNOR. GOVERNOR. GEORGE W McCOOK, of Jefferson. PLATFORM: "livery jicrson chosen or appointed to auy office under this State, before cu tering'upon the discharge of its duties, shall take an oath or affirmation to -ujport the Constitution of the United States and of this State, and also' an oath of 'office." ,! ' ' ' ' ' OrMiiil"ioR of Ohio, Art. XV, Sec. 7. THE SEASON AND THE CROPS Tie htn veil is now iu progi-ee in Champ ign, and everything promise well. Ibo wiica t crops It a good one and the acreage iu JuU measure. The price is pokeu of as ranging at one dol la. , .-. . TlC corn erup promise weiJ, ul though the nights are somewhat too cool. The jrass crop is very ood and the lortlon already turned to hay j well saved . Farajeio are Dviaew u;a imuoied tor hands to neeuro the, crop, ,;iud all the idle...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 28 June 1871

ITTDT3 XT A ITVrAY IT. '. ' . Jl-'ied WEDNESDAY, JUNE 28. 1671. Neighborhood News. NOTICE. In order to give our printers a holiday on the 1th of July, we w ill issue no pa per from this ollice next week. The town-clock ha stopped trikiug. Tue Exchange-house i being paint-j Tiik Young leen repaired. America fire-bell has A band of Italian musicians visited our city hist Thursday. THE St. Paris Union School closed for the summer, on the 24th inst. Thlise will be an old-fashioned 4th of July celebration at .St. Pari. The machinery for the uew Wooleu mill in this city has arrived. Mr. J. M. Joilnsox hasopeued a new Grocery on North Main street, No. 43. The managers of the Camp-meeting are overwhelmed with orders for tents. The Marion siste?s gave a grand Con cert, at St. Paris, on the 23d and 24th iust. Pkof. Hu ly will make a balloon a verrsion, at St. Paris, on the evening of July 5th. Sevehal young bloods about town were out serenading last Thursday night. The jpring-Hillians will ce...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 28 June 1871

PURIFY YOUR BLOOD AT OMT. WLTcvf-r:" e Pok I'.oot grvtre, it U-s a local rmrrion forrnring niiuii! i'tn. and &s a Blood !uriier. . In io sprint iue r r)r shoots arc used v mrmy pcpie f'-r ' gT-r-n- ,erause of their lcr :i-r:vin qnahtes. V.;h nil h:s loca! rep nrriijon uiii tiio pmif-e of iispi-be-i Physician Or. Coe Lcr, K.n. VT;!- ! M. irmtGriflfitf. Jolrji(l aud oti.ers,) who it. e tep'fd k medical T-o.rcr, it lias lefn ni,:i:' J by the profession in la-ire.fts mach turo:-2!i a ir.nit of troir t I recLa.ion of its nioi:i-, a a knowledge of th proper way 10 f re pare itform n;ctnal use. Dr. Oliver Crook, a pi.yaiC-ianvhod votVi ins entire tnnetouie duties of hi profession un '1 who has ' iaret prc fic any phr--ir:an iu outh ni Ohio h 1 cinai X i-Mitirs of Poe 1 i',,Jf't durinj; the V i:Lh5iiit i ugly (ronounces it in I ate more wfrit for'Ji?caeide p"M!'iin? on n de praved conuition f the blond, rh.-n any &nd all oihrr article tn-iifl in the Ma-l.-ri; Modi--. Vis in !riK--:,...

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