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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 November 1871

UNION e URBAN A, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2J, 1871. WHOLE NUMBEK 502. VOLUME X. NO. 30. Select Poetry. NOBODY. BY DEAN SWEET. I'm tulukingjust now ol Nobody. And all that Nobody's done. For I have a passion for Nobody That Nobody else would own ; I bear the name f f obody. For from nobody I sprung ; And I sing the praise of Nobody. Am Nobody mine hss snnj. In life's young morning Nobody To me was tender and dear. And my cradle was rocked by Nobody , And nobody wi ever near ; I was patted and praixed by Nobody. And Nobody brought me up ; Aud when I was hungry Nobody Oave me a dine or sup. I went to school to Nobody. And Nobody taught me to read ; I played In the street with Nobody, And to nobody ever pave heed : I recounted my tale to Nobody, For Nobody was willing to hear. And my heart clung to Nobody, And Nobody shed a tear. And when I urcw older. Nobody Gare me a helping tnrn. And by the good help of N obody I began my living to earn ; Aud hence I courted Nobody. And said Nobody'...

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 November 1871

URBAN A UNION. ters:-M.SO yer payabl in advance. ' - Tns States of the Union with Union of j the State." j .- j WEDNESDAY Sow, H, 1ST1. "V j r . , rrr,7. i GOLI closed on last Mondav at jllO.: Ox MoutUyuext C ugres'sw'ill meet, ; and thesession will be a long one. The j people mieht fain hope that the ani- j mating spirit, in CouKres action, would be public relief and public good. Such'and will be the profession, but the preeerva- j tion of party power will be more now- erful than all elfe. If there were any well-grounded hope of gaining it, the people would demand a reduction of ex pense hy dismissing the horde of py j officers kept iD pay they would like to nee the great gang of retired officers gtt a living without hanging o the Treasu ry. , They would demand a repeal of the unlawful taxes and exactions in the shape of stamps and the unjust taxes on agriculture, kept up by the taxes en whisky and tobacco, while other void taxes on manufactures have boen taken up. But let the peop...

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 November 1871

WEDNESDAY Nov., , 1S71. TIME TABLES. These tables are given for the lieue flt of our readers, with the dat of the lat correction a furnished by tlie Kail Road. CINCINNATI. SAMKSIY ACLEmANli li. K. (KAD RIVER ft LARI ERIE I'uiwfd Nov 2S, 1S7I. Passu, e Horn. Vnll and Ei.rw. dally, except SoiaJay. .. !.' p. M. Mfh: Express, cally. except Mondays.. . a.7A.!. Bcilefontaine Accommodation 5.1'J A.M. N'ght Express goes boutQ Sundaj Instead of Monday tunning. Passive Nnura Cleveland Mall No. P.M Express No. 1U ... 1S3A.M kWlefonUine Accommodation P.H. Pittsburg, Cincinnati and Bt- Loula R'y ' PA N-H A N DLE ROUTE.) iJnm-tri May le, 171. GOU'J VEfT. N'o. . Past Lice... 11:' A. M., 'Input a!i sia'.lct.s No. 8. Express J:' P. M , " " " No. 10. Expr....12:"'-P. M.. - H. ft. Tossing- 'o. !, Way Prelght V. M. ;oiici fcawr. To.l. KlLiae..:lB A. M., flops al K. H. ' rwi lings nr.!) . No 7, Express W.jTA M., ftopi at all alumna. No. 1, Express...: .fctll'A. M., t;7 P. M. .Vo. 11. Way Fn-ifM 11:40 P....

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 November 1871

BOOTS AND FALL AND Mil ROBERT YOUNG & CO., ( Successors to 1 JT. II. WHITE &z CO. J Have just received a ILargc Slock ot BOOTS & SHOES. To which they invite the attention of their customers. PRIOSS ! as reasonable as the times will afford. 3STO- 3, NORTH lLJTTST STREET. CLOTHING. HERMAN OP EVERY DESCRIPTION, iLUj Un a& Lr lMh& THAN AIVY CLOTHING STORE, IjST TJRB Everybody "Who "Wi- lies C L. O T H I TV G Should come and examine our Stock and see for themselves. We mean and do what we say. We have the BEST, and BARGAINS! BARGAINS II BARGAINS !! - AT -TOSEPH FISHER'S Fashionable Clothing Emporium. $n nana constantly a nne assortment oi joining, Such as Cloth and Cassimere Coats, and Suits, for Men & Boys "Svervbodv will find it profitable to call and see him before j-urchasmg at other places. 3E2fmno bought my Stock of xranna in rrrin a V MliAVlS 111 WVU "armers will do well by buying a a due time at tne jowest possiDie L,asn r rices, anu fcSJave Money. The goo...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 6 December 1871

URBAN A, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 0, 1ST1. VOLUMK X. NO. 37, WHOLE XD 31 BE ft .")(. Select Poetry. OLD TIMES. BY. B. F. TAYLOR. Theies heautiiul eong on the flombroa air. That urifu through tbe valley of dreams. It roinea from chime where the rows were, Ard tuneful heart, and lijrht brown hair That waved in the moisfniiis breeze. boll eyr of azote and eye? of brown. And fDow-whit foreheads are there; A plimmering Cross and a gUi'.eriDf fw. A thorny bed and a couch of down. Lost hopes and leaf.cts of prayer. A breath of spring in the breezy woods. Sweet wafu from the quivering pines Bine violet eyes beneath green hoods, A babble of brooklets, a scent of bnds Bird warbles and clambering vines. A rosy wreath and a dimpled hand, A ring and a alighted yow Three golden links of a broken band. A tiny track on the snow-white (and, A tear and a sinless brow. There's a tincture of grief ic the beautiful song That aobs on the slnmbrons air, And loneliness felt in the festive thror.g finks do...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 6 December 1871

URBAXA UNION. Ters: yYhr payable in advance. f Itttet of the States." the Union with Union of WEDNESDAY December 6, 2871. GOLD closed on last Monday at $110 GOLD closed on last Monday at $110 THANKSGIVING ("SO-CALLED.") The people seem very willing to have holiday, and readily give into -the growing fashion of a set day. for roast turkeys and pumpkin pics. So one thinks that the Governor has much powerver it;'and'no one thinks that the President has any, except his own dependent officials. A few take the word of thanksgiving in sincerity, and repair to their churches and engage in worship; with the many it is a holiday. Within a few years the fashioiChas set to a late day in November. The day is too late and too nigh to Christmas. The Thanksgiving should be in October. CONGRESS. The Congress met on Mondsy, De cember 4th. Outside of Washington, the event attracts little interest. In Washington and among Congressmen the making up of the .committees at tracts most attention. This is ch...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 6 December 1871

uui;an. rxioN. WEDNESDAY Dwkmhku i, 171. TIME TABLES. Tlifse l:ilI- sire givi'H tr I lie Ix-lic-lil nf i.ur remlers, with tlie ilah of the last corriTiions as furnished ly the Rail Roads. CINCINNATI SANDUSKY & CLEVELAND R. R. (MAD RIVER & LAKE ERIE.) Corrected Nov 2S, 1S71. PASSING SOUTH. Mi.il and Kxprcw. dally, except Sunday. . 1. P. V. Nib- Kxpref. daily, cicept Monday-- . i.:S A..V. rvilffoitaiiic Accommodation .'- AM. Nighl Eipresr goc South Sunday instead of Mon.Uy morrinp. PASSING NORTH. Cl.-veiand Mail No. 6 1 " Express No lo 2-w',,u liellefonuine Accommodation V.22 1.M. Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St. Louis R'y (PAN-HANDLE ROUTE.) Corrected Mhj- li, 1K71. GOING WEST. No. B. Past Line... A. M.. Mops at all nation. No. H.'Enprco "!P. M., ' No. 10, Express. ...10 P. " " R. It- cros sing No. li, Way Freight lVi P. M. GOING EAST. No. 1, Faat Line.. .S: A. M., itopa at K. K. i roi sings only. No 7. Express 12:17 A. M., stop, at all stations. No. 9. Express :1 A.M., ' " 4:27...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 6 December 1871

BOOTS AND PALL MD mm ROBERT YOUNG & CO., j Successors to ) J. II. WHITE Sc OO. j avc just received a JL;i.e Stock ot - BOOTS & SHOES. To which they invite the attention of their customers. PRICES 2 as reasonable as the times will afford. INTO- 3, NORTH STEEET. CLOTHING. HERMAN OF E7SRY BSSGRIFTIOET, rzi tnrn r-ej r ljlJ eLj iLj ei THAN CLOTHING STORE, iisr . TJRB AIT A. Kverybody Wlio "Wiv-lies PAIjIj L2ad WINTB3H O I-O THING-, Should come and examine our Stock and see for themselves. We mean and do what we say. We have the BEST, and BARGAINS! BARGAINS 1 1 BARGAINS!!! - AT J-03EPII FISHER'S Fashionable Clothing Emporium, n hand constantly a fine assortment of Clothing, uch as Cloth and Cassimere Coats, and Suits, for Men & Boys. lTgverybody will find it profitable to call and see him before urchasmg at other places. "aving bought my Stock of vance in goods" irmprs will do wftll bv buvinsr 3n due time at the lowest possible Cash Prices, and Save Money. The goods he sells ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 13 December 1871

J ?3f URBAN A. OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1S71. WIIOLK NUMBER 50-1. vou;mi x. no. ID ID A iV 4 Select Poetry. [From the Cincinnati Commercial.] [From the Cincinnati Commercial.] MOORE'S CHIMNEY. BY JOHN JAMES PLATT. I—FOREGROUND. l:..m1dii.!icE!.-.nd of Shadow, ne'er a f"'V, cchuo o'er ; ,.( S..iyr !" arryuf lai:K- faitcr. dream iim. cerTiiorc. War-Area ill the vahw srj le.ipi dance of wsr. But tin fieri e:y-!'.3iied face " afur. ,r a wavering drcarnJ OVr the val'.cv, ciothed in Ii-iow, sun ; s'.iiitls the startled deer. From the cliff against the morning flashing away breath-like with :er. Lo, the golden vail of Morning Ver tlsattaod of Shadow cast, Where the tomahawk lies buried in the grve- moand or the Past ! Nothing of that Land n mains now pave these old historic trees. Shaking throu-h tbair glittering branches dews of the olden memories! 1 i II—THE RUIN. Close wool the greenery hiding, sentinel or Shadow Land, ' By the noisy-tramped turnpike, see the old dead chimney stand...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 13 December 1871

I ' K ) -4-.t-l- , . . ... TKi:is:-$l,S a .-..'"- iii ii4i .itm-iv The Statc3 of the Union with Union of the States. "WEDNESDAY J)kc kmi:er1, ; S71. URBAXA Gold closed on lat Monday at -ll'il: PROGRESS OF USURPATION. When the United States Senate was a smaller body, the Standing Commit tees consisted of live members three of whom, including the Chairman, were of the Majority Party, and two of the Minority. The committees were after wards increased to seven in number, which were at first four of the majority anil three of the minority. At a later day, they were made live to two. At the present session, the Senate Qiucus have allowed the minority one mem ber on each committee. This will be. much more favorable to the cause of, corruption, and enable the nsurpeis to conceal the frauds they perpetrate. The Senate was created to represent Hie States, but the President now requires that the Seuate shall agree with him, and Mr. Sumner is displaced from the committtee on Foreign Relations, ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 13 December 1871

jll.S I'M ON. J WF.BXilSDAY Dk'-k.-i ijia: 3 "., 1-71. TIME TAB! i- Theo tables are given f..r the Uut f,t ' our readers, will' the d:.:e of the lat corrections as fundM-ed l.y ll.e Kail Roads. rivr-ivv Ti. SANMSKY & CLEVELAND it. K- (MAD UIVEii i LAK EKIK.) Cor; ii'-i r asking South. -T :': .".n'l r:;r'-e. c-'-ily- i'Xf'::t Siindr-y - .:.'h:' K-:mvs d:ii".y. exccjit Mo:ni;i-. : . . M. - A.M. Il' A.M. : - . ...... .... ,. .! V.....i.,v Pa?!?'3 rvnTii. :nA Mr. ,i:.;o'.M. Rx'.rcrf No.l'i... . A.M : ca-r-irao-ulUt'li ---r : r.ii. Pittsburg Chicinuau and St. Louis K'y X-J ' A N I ' '-'" ' :TK-' -. r.v : l--.: i'. o. 1, Fas'. I x... i:. w.y T.- I'ittf. A. A M., FtlS It U. t.ini:i- only. M., htop at u'A i :iiA.i., 4:27 I'.M. " r.t !!:(-, P.M. Yo: k iixrjris rail; ci:i.iy, a;, o'.iicr lays cxc-l-'ltu. EHiE RAILVAY. ,I.iy 11, 1-71 GOINO WEST. . J.."" A. M No. 1 Mi'li... No" :; Kx.is. No. a; V.:y Kr " -.'H A. ! Ac;-oiiiiii(Ii;lioa . A. M no:G EAST. . 1.S5 A. M i.'" a. m jj-li't A.'Coiiii...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 13 December 1871

boots aitd miozzr. PILL . AID ROBERT YOUNG & (X)., j Successor 1" i "( .1. II. WHITE c CJO. )' Have just received a Lare gtoek ol - BOOTS & BIIO.ES. . T v.liii-ii i J i -" iii'. he t!i" at1nilii.ii f thru- cii-inu!'!'-;. PRIOS3 ! as reasonable a the times will aft'ord. isro. 3, jstop-th: TvTxilt street. GLOTHI2-TG. HERMAN o jl, o kp tm m. CLOTHING TIN"- TJ IS Jiiveryl.)cly "Who "Wi Iios F'A'IjI-. and IOTBH C3 i-. o tmi rr r-, a'miultl cuine aixl oxaniitio oi;r Stock nnt ;-ee I'.-r lliomselves. We mean ami do what we say. We have the BEST, and Sell the CHEAPEST. BARGAINS! BARGAINS II BARGAINS!!! AT JOSEPH F1SIIKIVS Fasliiuiiable Cluthin-lv.nperiuni. J$n hand instantly a tine assortment of Clothinir, -mSUcU as Cluih and i 'assimere 'oats, and Suits, i'or ilen A loys. verybodv wil! iind it profitable to call and see him beiore Jureliasing at other places. ivma; bui'ht my Stock of vance in goods "armers will do weii oy bnvnm- 3 1 n due time at the lowest possible Cash Prices, an...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 20 December 1871

UNIO U KB AN AYOHIO, WEDNESDAY', DECEMBER l0, 1S71. WHOLE XUMBER 50:. VOLUME X. NO. 39. Select Poetry. LADN OF DREAMS. There ia laud, a radiant laud, That the spirit often seeks, I'pon whose golden strand The wit of fancy break? . There the skies arc ever fair. And the sunlight ever beams. And the flowr trf bright and ran-. lu that laitd thsU Land of Dream. Iu tlmt laud that radiant land. In many a dwelling-place, Wuoe tK-autT humau hand C'onld never, never trace; Tlierc joyous songs tr hoard. - Iu the vales of crystal streams, from breaze, and voice, and Bird, In the land the Land ot Drcaa&a. To that laud, that raUunt land. Wnoss spirit hath not tailed. To seek the joldcn strand, . When the Joj of carta life failed; In Thought's brave bark aloiw, - To the realm of changeless Beam. For the radiance alone is known In that land the land of dream". That pirit-lan1 of dreamt; PENDERLEITH. PENDERLEITH. BY THE AUTHOR OF 'FLORENCE BRAND- ON,' 'WRONGED AND RIGHTED, ETC. CHAPTER XI. OX T...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 20 December 1871

, UFK4:-M.io:r rjei in sdvan?. i.-.-. - i i Sta:. of the Union with Union of: ....... the States.' WEDNESDAY Decembek:. 1S71. TJRBANA UXIOX. Gold closed on lat Monday at 110: PEACE AND REFORM. The iacnes before the public now press- log for actiou are lit, the Estimation of peace ot tte Scvth, which is not yet re- stored, and ti, Seform which shall pro- cure abtoivic 'hontMy In all branches of administration, local, state and national; and Justice, .la the distrubutlon of the burdens of Qovernment. Kan all honest en unite on these Iuea without etulti- fylng themselves by "departing" from well defined and earnestly advocated opinions on other subjects? Judge Trumbull, Senator Scliurr. aud other prominent Republican fcenators have solemnly proclaimed lu the Senate of the United States, that dlehouwty, and party, and personal favoritism per vade every branch of Government. This charge is believed by nearly ail Democrats, and a large part of the Re publican Party. If true, the very foun...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 20 December 1871

Great Bargains in HOLIDAY GOODS BENNETT'S. Watch e. Gold and Silver American, td to $90. Ladle Gold American 155 to $80. Ele gant Geneva Watche 18 X. line, olid gold caps, $37 to $110. 11 K. enameled and neatly chased from S20 to $55, all guaranteed to be reliable time keepers, and durable Watches. In Silver we have an endless variety of styles and qualities; each and every purchaser can dejend upon haviug the time keeping qualities fully end houestly represented, from the S5 Hunting cased Cylinder, to the Sueit Elgin, Marion, or American Watch Company move ujeut at from ?15 in a two oz. silver owe to ?75, for the finest. We particularly recommend the medium price Marion Watch for time keepers. Solid tiiiver, full jeweled boys watches, 10 to IS dollars, and for those who want a very cheap watch, and get a good timekeeper, we have a few see ond.band silver watches, at extremely low prices 3 to 7 dollars. Opera Chains. Beautiful patterns, double tassel, fine gold, 30 to 75 dollars. He...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 20 December 1871

FALL , AID WINTER BOOTS AND SHOES. ROBERT YGUXG & CO., j Smresfturs to I .T. II. WIUTE tV CO. f ISave jiisf received a Large Stock oij - BOOTS & SHOES. Timvliirli -tln'' inrite the is reasonable as tlie INTO. 3, HXTOIRTI-I CLOTHING. HERMAN OF EVERY DESCRIPTIOET, THAIS CLOTHING STORE, IN XT .It B ICverybody 'Wlio "Willies - IlC O THI IV O-, -... - Should come and examine our Stock and see for themselves. Tc mean and do what we sav. Vo;lMVc,the BEST, an(l BARGAINS! BARGAINS 1 1 BARGAINS!!! OSErii riSHEll'S Fashionable Clothing Emporium, li hand constantly a line: assortment of Clothing, gsjuck a3 Cloth and'Cassimcrc Coats, and Suits, for Men & Uovs. l-TJverybody will finfifit profitable to call and see him before " jturchasing at other places. "Faving bought my Stock of Clothing, previous to the late ad Vance in goods TT'arniers will do well by buying their Fall and Winter Clothing 3jn due time at the lowest possible Cash Prices, .and fiSSSave Mohev' The Voods he sells Tav...

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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 December 1871

IT RB AN A. NlON. UKBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER -27. 17I. voir mi: x. no. io. WHOLE .NOTE!. 500. PERIODICALS. Sciiiti.ic Amibicai FOR 1872. . TWENTY-SEVEN YEAKts. Tnr splendid wU. ereatlr en'.anred and Im proved, is one of the mot usclul and lntcrw-tine fonrnale ever publiancl. Every number la beaatiral 'v printed on line paper, mid elcstnily lhuMra'.ea With oHirinn! ea!v iusa. nortKiitins New Inven ted...: Nov.-ltic.ia Mwhinim. Maoubictarea In-m-i.trr, r!mu-miiiV. Archiic-iure. Agricnl'iii-N En "ii..Vrirc Sriciire and Art. Farmer. .Meci.tni'-i. inventor., md ivnpleof i! IW.iin c.r Trs.le will find 1 bo SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN OF GREAT VALIE ASD INTEREST. It practbal f iiu-gCTtlonj will we hnndredi of dol I irnto ever-Household. Workshop, and Factory in 'iic bti-1, U-ides MflorcitDi' a Lontinusl bonrce of unv ol llic ablest A murium and European H riurn. Mild having acce-e to all the Icadii'E Scientific aud MThuic Ji.oru.-il of the worl , ibe coiamn of tec Scieniilic American are co...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 December 1871

..URBAN A -UNION. Tebxr: (l.SO a jer payabl la advance. Th Stitea of the Union with Union of th SUtei." WEDNESDAY Decembers, 2871. Gold clowd on laat Monday at filOJ: "GIVE ME AN OUNCE OF CIVET." The meanest, and dirtiet thing, in a Legislative body-XglhUivo 'so-called' was done in the Senate of the United State, by the ShamloyaU of that body, under the lead of Mr. Grant's man, Oh! P. Morton.. .The Gang . atJWaahiugton had pretended to paas anaet of Amnes ty to relieve a large number of people from the pretended disability under which they rest by the pretended Four teenth Amendmeut, which is a thing in ite'f utterly null and void, because it U notan 'amendment' In the meaning of law. That pretended Amendment is in effect a Judicial sentence in the form of an ex-poet facto law, for a political of fence without 'evu, tr'a' n(l without any existing law to fix that punishment, thus making double outrage. The Cau cus Gang had at last felt the necessity under the dread of public opinion,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 December 1871

Great Bargains in HOLIDAY GOODS AT 7atefces. Gold ami Silver American, S0 t IK). I .adie Gold & American $0-3 to Kle- frant Geneva Watches 18 K. tine, solid Kold caps, SJ7 to J110. 14 K. enameled and neatly chased from 520 to So, all guaranteed to 1 reliable time keepers, and durable Watches. Iu 8ilver we Lave an endless variety of styles and qualities; each and every purchaser can depend upon haviug the time keeping qualities fully and honestly represented, from the $i Hunting cased Cylinder, to the finest KIgiu, Marion, or American Watch Company move meut at from $15 iu a two 07-. silver case to $75, for the finest We particularly recommend the medium price Marion Watch for time keepers. Solid Silver, full jeweled boys watches, in to 15 dollars, and for those who want a very cheap watch, audget u good timekeeper, we have a few sec ond, hand silver watches, at extremely low prices 3 to 7 dollars. Opera Chains. Beautiful patterns, double tassel, fine gold, 30 to Todollars. Heavy...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 December 1871

BOOTS AND SHOES. FALL AND ROBERT YOUNG & CO., Jjucct'Saors to WHITE J. 11. Slave just received BOOTS To which thov the lvasunaMf as the 2sTO. 3, 1ST ORTH WINTER M it Ac CO. si JLargc Slock of SHOES. I rtltonti - .'ii "'f their customers. times will afford. IVE - A - UST STBEET. CLOTHING. HERMAN OF nVERY DESCRIPTIOrJ, Co) H 1 CLOTHING STORE, -IjST u b Everybody Who "Wishes AXjL xxd WINTBR CLOTHIAG, Should come aud examine our Stock and see for' themselves. Wo mean and do what wc sav. We. have the BEST, and BARGAINS! BARGAINS 1 1 BARGAINS.!! - AT JTOSEPH FISHER'S Fashionable Clothing Emporium. 2n hand constantly a fine assortment of Clothing, J&sJuch as Cloth and Cassimere Coats, and Suits, for Men & Boys. JTJ very body will find it profitable to call and see him before "JSurchasiug at other places. - . "graving bought my Stock of Clothing, previous to the late ad- vance m goods Tarmers will do well by buying their Fall and Winter Clothing "tfn due time at the lowest possi...

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