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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 February 1863

.i I i ' i I ' .' i ) '. ' L - "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Wokds or Sxiphes A. Douglas. ' , - i VOriJl: ; 1 ' TTRBAJST, OHIO, WEDKESB A Y, FEBEUAE Y 11, 1863.,. ;s:o.4(j.: rjBBAA UNION:. Ofttck: Ccnlfon's Butlclinsr, (econd floor,) West fide Nortt Main-street, near the Square. Terms: tl. per unnuuvinvariabiy in advance 11 copies one year, $10. LAW OF IEWSPAPEIS: 1. Subscribers who do not (rive cypress notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to con tinue their subscriptions to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the discontiunance their periodicals, the publisher may continue end them until all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers neplect or refuse to take their periodicals from the office to which they were di rected, thev are held responsible till thoy have set tled the bill and ordered thee uiscontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out informing the publisher, and the papers are sent to the former...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 February 1863

CJRBAXA UNION WEDNESDAY EVEMXG, FEB. U, 1SCJ. TKRM3: Oue Dollar per annum, in advance. The cheapest and best country paper in Obis! J. W. Eocx, CrbanvOhio. TffB Cston of Hearts the Uuion of Hands The Union of States none can sever; The. Colon of Lakes the Union of Land?; And the Jun or Oua Cmojt Forever! Tin TTebasa Ciwht ta a newspaper for the people of Champaign county. It 1b not in the interest of any party, nor is it meant to be iden tified with the Interest of any party, because it will not be fettered. It win not be Neutral for that meant timo-servins timidity. It will hare .very distinct opinions on all public questions . connected - with government, whether Union, State, or County : and on the expression of opin ions it will have but one guide, a strict adher ence to law. It will support the Constitution and the Laws, without regard to platforms or to party dogmas. NEWS OF THE WEEK ENDING FEB. 11, 1863. " The news seems to indicate an early attack on Charleston, and it will ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 February 1863

Cmete Weakly Vy J.fc ElohWti) Mag-rewt A Paym, Aawataf Ca.a.lMla Mepokaat. Flour, per M1..., $5.50 Oats, per busli. 50 Flour, extr "".... 6.7t Barley 41 ..... W-,0O M'heat,pc.ba6b w WO Clreiee4......00 Rve . . ' ;,- 75 Timothy44. - 8.00 J, per ton...... 8.00 Flax ",-.......1.60 - ' - Corn-, pe bushel 60 ' - -- psovisioirl- . ircctei Weekly 4. C. nU, 6rcr u4 PrvUta dealer. Beef, per prond, ; 58 Pork, 4 4 6tgS Bacon, Ham, T 10 Mackerel, 4 . . .10 White Fish, H'Wi. -00 lard,!4-' j j' r 1 Batter. 18 Coflee,per2r , , WW Suirar, 4 r Molasses, N. O. - 75 Potatoes, pr. bu. 50 Enrs, pr. dois. i2' Chickens, 4 i - ; 1.50 Dried Apple,?!!), CUfCISSATI. TlOTir, Wheat, . . . Corn,...., Barley,.... Rje, .t".S05.50 .. l.Ofnn.1.10 ,. 135(tti.:i5 Oats,... 52 Clover Seed,.. fS5.50 Whiskey,.... Six4- nose, .-.- .d.wa5.5u Lard, HEW T0BK. Floor, $5.80 &5.90 Wheat, 1.2541.43 Hve 80(5.1)0 Barley, l.S5il35 f. Corn, Oat. ...... Whiskev,.. Beef, 69?71 onVt57 8rir37 5.5Og7.O0 SANDUSKY, DAYTON t CINCINTI R. ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 February 1863

-THE-way onie people betate themsel Tes to piety 13 a Bin. It is wholly impossible for a man to see unless he has a beam in his eye. A mtsoS who has no address should n't undertake to address audiences. ' The purest heart i that which dares tocall itself impure. ' A bad old a pre is death without death's quiet. ' - Bettes a soft heart and an iron hand than an iron heart and a soft hand. -Always have either a door-bell or a inoclter ; your visitors might not be fond of raps on the knuckles. - Mercenary authors are meaner than any of the feathered tribe; the latter never sell their quills. - No man thinks so meanly of a high of ficer of state as his private secretary nor bo humbly of a conjuror as his own rany The sun and death cannot be steadily cazed at the former because it is too bright; the latter beeause it is too dark A sekyice of fruit or eweet-meata after the substantial part of the -dinner is a dessert, lut runaway soldier is a dererter. " 1 hear much of the romantic strolls...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 February 1863

TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS' AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STAT ES."-st Words or s A. cgias. r. w. k p 'C ac,,. xi. jeiv. Omc: Coulsnn's Building, (second floor,) Vest side North Main-street near the Square. Terms : tL per annum, invariably in advance. 1 copies one year, $10." " UW BF lEWtTmiti 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice J the contrary, are considered as withing to con fine their subscriptions to the paper. U. If subscribers order the discontinuance oi teir periodicals, the publisher may continue to nd them until all arrearages are paid. S. If subscribers neclect or refuse to take their jriodicals from the orflce to which they were dl - icted, they are held responsible till they have set ed the bill and ordered them discontinued, 4. If subscribers remove to other places with it informing the publisher, and the papers are nt to the former direction, they are held respon ble. 5. The Conrts have decided that refusing to take :rlodicala from the office, or ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 February 1863

(JRBANA UNION. WEUXKITCV EVEXIXC, FEB. 18, 186J. Tkrhs: One Dollar per annum, in advanee. tbe cheapest and best country paper in Ohio! J. W. HouUrbana, Ohio. Tna Usios of Hearts t5e Orion of Hands The Tnion of Slates none can sever; The' Cnion of Lakes the Union of lands; And the Flag or Our Usios Forever! The Crbax. Vsiox is a ncwiiapcr for the people of Champaign cotmty. It is not in the interest of any party, nor is it meant to-be-identified with the intern of any party, beanse it will not be fettered. It will not be KeurraT for that means lime-eervihir timfdity. It will have Tery distinct opiniooa on all public questions connected- with; government, whether Union, State, or County; and on the expression ol opin ions it will have but one guide, a strict adher ence to law. It will support the Constitution and the Laws, without regard to platforms or to party dogmas. Congress. PJndeb this head we shall Rive the aetnal do lags of Congress on the necessary Business of the country. Me...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 February 1863

ssmmsmi Cwrt Weekly 7 J.ka EikkItat Maarews Parma, Aaat Caublu M.rhwt Flour, per bbl.... J5.S0 Oars, per bush 50 Flour, trV. 74 Barley " ..... 90-1,00 Wheat, pr bash .. 1.10 Clover seed- .00 Rje v '.V..T 7 75 Timothy" ....-7 8,00 Hay,perton:....c .0 i'iui - ..v..L50 t W Com, iter bushel, 50 . ? - PiOTISIOSS. Cerreete Wlj Vy J, & tolH rr eat FnvblM !. Beef,perpound. 5(S8 Fork, Bacon, Ham, . , JV JO Mackerel, 1 " 10 White Fish, ' Lblj 4,60 Lard, 7 Butter,- ' --18 Coffee, per lb 35to88 V,ilua. N. O. S Potatoes, pr. mC q50 Eef,pr.Aofc- n lM Chickens, ' LS0 Dried ATile,CII, ' - 6 cnrcnnrAM. 52 Flour, :j..:..t5.30fct 5.50 ot,. Clover Seed, tft5.50 30;fto Wheat,. .. 1.04 u Corn, ... Barley,.. Rye,.... .... 41(g ....L2.vai.S5 W hKkey, Hops,... Lard, ... . .3.60 3. 80 Flour,.. Wheat,. Rye, ... Barley,. .$5.S0a5.90 80i90 . 1.25M.135 Corn Dots, Whiskey,. Beef, 69(371 '. 5657 36(537 5.50(7.00 SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCIN'TI R. R. S3 On aUd after May 5, 1862, Train- win pass this (UrbaaajsUrtion,...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 February 1863

The Farm and Garden. Raising and Feeding Hogs. On the Hog subject I wl&fi to cal the attention of farmers to what I believe to be jmr error generally practiced by tog raisers in this country. It is a, prevail ing practice to give hogs while they are young, and should be growing, but just enough to keep thein alive, ancTthen for some three months before they are to be taken to market, corn is given to them by the wagon-load. - They will then FATTEN, of course, but the time has gone by for thesa to grow; Hogs raised and fed in this way are considered good if they net 250 lbs., when if they had been well . fed, with the right kind of feed, the game hogs would have weighed 400 lbs; and besides would have eaten less corn du ring the list three months thap" those that were starved while young. I fed some hogs myself this season that were 14 to 15 months old, that weighed from 350 to 400 lbs, (they were not weighed separately, so I could not give their, weignt exactly.) On the other ha...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 25 February 1863

TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. "-Last Wob'ds op Sirrnss a. Douglas. 'VOL.'!. UEBAlSrA, OHIO, AVEDISni:sr.ALY9 FEBEUARY 25, 1868., -JSTO. 48. TO 1Q A M A i if n n . n y j i. URBANA UNION. Omcl :-!olsnn's Building, ( second floor,). n eei Biae i orui aiain-eircet, near toe square. Terms : tl. pwMMim, invariably in advance. 11 copies one year, $10. LAW BrTlWlTAMRti 1. Subscribers mho do not eive express notice to the contrary, are considered as wishing to con tinue their subscriptions to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to tend t hem until all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers neplect or refuse to take their periodicals from the oulce to which they were di rected, thev are held responsible till they have set- liea tnc oiu ana oracrea mem aibconuuacu. 4. If subscribers remove to otner -purees wita - ont informing the publisher, and the papers areJ eent to the former d...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 25 February 1863

IT1? "R. A XT A TrXTTrkXf .WEDNESDAY EVEMXC, FEB. 25, 186J. Terms: One Dollar per annual, in advance. Tbe cheapest and best country paper in Ohio! J. W. Hoi-x, Urbana, Ohio. Th Ukios of .Hearts the Cnion of Hands The Union of States none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands; " And th Flao o Ocb Usios Forever! Tug CiiBtXi Usios t a -newspaper for the poople of Chtmpalgn county. It is not in the interest of any party, nor is it meant to be iden tified with the. interest of any party, because it will not be fettered. It will not be Xentral for that means time-serving timidity. It will have rery distinct opinions on all public questions connected with government, whether Union, State, or Comity r and on the expression of opin ions it will have but one gulda, a strict adher ence to law. It will support the Constitution and th Laws, without regard to platforms or to party dogmas. Congress. UyDEB this head we shall g-ive the actoal do ings of Congress on the necessary business ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 25 February 1863

. GSAIS. , Csmeted Wiakly y J.ka Klrkswltst Marrewa A Farms, AfMtl 4!nulHlu lenkuh. ITour,perbbl... 550 OaU, per busli . . . . . 55 Flour, extra"..., 5.7i Barley " 90-1,00 Wheat, pr bush . . 1.2(1 Clover seed 6.00 Re " 75 Timothy " .... 400 : Hay. per ton 8.00 Flax " 1.50 Corn, per bushel, 53 PE0YISI0KS. Csrreetesl Wecklr ky J. C. Csslass, ftrntr ui PrvWles Dealer. Beef, per pound, 58 Pork,.' . ' , &gA Bacon, Ham, 10 Mackerel, 10 Coffee; per lb S5to38 bncar, ' 15(518 Molasses. N. a 75 Potatoes, pr. bo. 50 Efrirs. pr. dot . 13U Chickens, ' ' 1.50 W hite Fish, Jbbl, 4,00 Lard. 7 Butter, 18 Dried Applesoft, CIHCIKITATI. Flour,... Wheat... Corn,.... Barley,... Kye, .t-!.30'a5.50 .. l.OS.ill.10 ... sUcarW .. 1.25(4 L85 Oat, Clover Seed, . WhiBkey, ... Hops, Lard, 83 (35.50 ,S.fi0(.i3.80 KEW TOES. Flonr... Wheat,. .5.W?r5.90 . l.S&fttl.W Corn Oats. Whiskey,.. Beef, 6!K271 66z57 3t.(iT 5.50(c57.00 rtyc, ... Barley, 1.25(il35 ....... . gMlnrabs. SANDUSKY, DAYTON fCINCIN'TI R.R. On a...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 25 February 1863

An Italian Queen. The yellow Italian Alp bee is a moun tain insect; it is found between two moun tain chains to the right and left of Lom bardj and Bhatian Alps, and comprises the whole territory of Tessir, v eltlin and South Graubunden. It thrives upon the height of 4,500 feet above the level of the sea, and appears to prefer the north era climate to the warmer, for in the south of Italy it is not found. - As all good and noble things in the world are more scarce than common ones, bo there are more common black bees than of the noble yellow race, which lat ter inhabit only a very small piece of country, while the black ones are at home everywhere in Europe, and even in Am erica. . , The Italian yellow bee differs from .1 . l ; t 1 J lue vuuiuiuu Limca. ueu lu lis luug aieuuei form, and light chrome-yellow color, with light brimstone-colored wings, and two orange-red girths, each one-sixth of an inch wide. 'Working bees as well as drones have this mark. The drones are further distin...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 4 March 1863

: :i ' i 'aiMvn 1 - : ; ;: ; : ' : : ' -. xirra aat km ra fuisi:: at; u. -if 752 -:tfm ."TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS. AND UPHOLD THE CON STITUTIO N OF,! THE UN ITED ; STATE S'3oRr.s (Stkphes ADocglas. : UEBAKA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, M AECH 4, 1863. isro. 40. Ol fcs . i r 1 , 1 j . W r :M ----- OFPirs: Coulson's Building, (second floor,) West side North Main-strevt, near the Square. Terms : tL per aTmuHvinvar'ab!y in advance. 11 copies one year, 10. . LAW OF REWSPAPEBS: 1. Subscribers who do not eive ernre6s notice to the contrry, are considered as wbhiDgto con-J iiuue ineir subscriptions to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to end them until all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the oilice to which they were di rected, they are held responsible till they have set tled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out Informing 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. — 4 March 1863

ORBAKA UNION WEDXESDiY EYEXKG, MARCH 4, 18GJ. Tkrms: One DolUHjes uiiuu, in advance Trc cheapest and best country paper In Oli'io! X Wi Hoi'S, Urbaua, OUio. ? Union of Ilearis tb Uuionot Hands The Union of State noue cau sever; Tli Union- of kc3 tb Union of Lands; Aud the FuiS or Qua Usios Forever! J. iv -TrrE Chbi Utiot b a neirepnpcr for the tvioDle of Champi:rn county. It is not in- the interest of any pa-rtj, nor ia It meant to be idea lined with the interest of ny party, because il nntn fttere.d. It will not be Neutral foi that mcAiiR Kme-servimr tfmitiltY. It will have very distinct opinion on all public questions connected with government, whether Union,. SUte.or County: wl on th expression of opin ion It will have MU one guide, a strict acuier ence to law. It will support the Constitution and the Laws, without regard to- plat&jraw or tarty dogmas. ' to NEWS OF THE WEEK ENDING MARCH 4, 1863. -.'Ir was made known recently tliat we Jiad succeeded in runhin two of our ef fic...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 4 March 1863

3 ;rrrtjrg. .5. . .C. . ,-GXAIH, - fJi Akt tmslalM Mere!. rionr, perbbl.... Oats, per bush 55 Flour extra"..., . 5. 7 Barley " Ofl,00 V heat, pr bnsb . ; 1.30 ClorersecdV... ... . 6.00 Kye .75 TirootUy" ,2.00 Hay.petton.; 8.W FiiH ..",... L50 " Cora, per paeiitk 53 PK0TUI01T8. CrreU Weeklj VT J. C. CUa, JrT Hi FivbJa Dealer. Beef, per pound, 5a8 Pork, A- i T -,iS' Bacon, TLim, 10 Mackerel, . 48 White Fish, KbbL 4.00 Lard.4 1 7 Coffee, per lb urar. 40 Moias6es, a. u. Potatoes, pr. ba. ' Eirirs, pr. oox. , Chickens, Dried. Applesoft, 75 '-0 1.50 E stteqt c o .49 1 cnrcnnrAn. ..t5.30.25.5fl ... 1.CM31.10 ... 41?42 .. 1.25t.S5 Oats, ., Clover Seed,. Whiskey, ... Hotrs, ....... Lint, . 52 05.50 Wheat,.. Corn, . . . Barley,.. Kye...... 8G,!!4 .8.60 eg 3. B0 Flour,... Wheat,.. Bye, .... Barley,.. .$5.R0f?5.90 .1.251.43 80ri . 1.35(4135 Corn OnU, Whiskey,... Beef, .. 69(371 56(a57 3tt37 5.50(3,7.00 w n H of - ':"";,:',:gailrwb. 8AN6i)StcV; DAYTON fc CINCINTI R. R. On and after May 5, 1862, ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 4 March 1863

The Farm and Garden. Ohio Sorghum Convention. 'HF.PORT OX SEED, BOIE AND CTLTCRT. Your. Committee on Seed, Soil and Cultivation, report that in their view the best variety of .seed for all purposes, is the Sorghum or Chines cane, especially for syrup. For granulation they recom mend the Iniphee called Oomsee-a-na, which they think 'identical with' that which is now miscalled Otaheitan. As a very early variety, they propose the kind of Imphee called Nee-a-za-na, though this last variety is not generally desira- iio. . ;.- Soil. Good wheat land is considered the best soil for this cane. -The particu lar composition of this soil should be sandy, inclined to lime stone, with a euf fioiency of clay to hold the soil tolerably compact. ' I Cultivation. The soil should be worked deep, thoroughly pulverized and rolled firm, riant in check -rows the same distance apart as corn. Cultivate flit and thoroughly, till the plants, are three feet high, and not afterward. Plant as early as practicabl...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 March 1863

- " TELL' THE M TO OBEY THE LAWS AND. UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES'-stToem or Stwhis a.'Docgias: - TJEBANA, OHIO, "WEDjSTESiD A.Y, MAECH 11, 18631 IsTO. 50. Omrt: Coulson's Buildine, (second floor,) "West side North Main-street, near the Square. Terms : $1. per annum, invariably in advance 11 copies one year, $10. UW VriTwiPAPIRI: 1. Subscribers who do not cive express notice to the contrary, arc considered as wishing to con tinue their subscriptions to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of ' their periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers neplect or refuse to take their periodicals from the otllce to which they were di rected, they are held responsible till the have set tled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out informing the publisher, and the papers are sent to the former direction, they are held respon sible. 5. The Courts have decide...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 March 1863

URBANA UNION (TIDXISDIY EYE.1UG, HARCH 11, ISO. Tkrxs: One Dollar per annum. In advance. -The cheapest and beat country paper 1b Ohiol J. W. Hoc, Urbana, Ohio. Thi Union of Heart the Union of Bonds The Union of State none cas (erer; The Union of Lake the Union of Land; And the Flkj or Our Usiok forever! Tk TJbhasa TJjrcow-to a newspaper for the people of Champaign county. It 1 not in the interest of any party, nor 1 It meant to be Iden tified with the interest of any party, because it will not be fettered. It will not be Neutral for that means Ume-eervine timidity. It will have very distinct opinions on all public questions connected with government, whether Union, State, or County : an 4 on the expression or opin ions it will hh : hi;i,ono guide, strict adher ence to law. It will support the Constitution and the Laws, without regard to pktformsor to party dogma. Congress. UifDE this head we shall give the actual do ings of Congress on the necessary business of the country. Mere par...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 March 1863

Urbana Union Directory. The Markets. GRAINS, AC. f OwiMtti Weekly by J.ka EleMwltii Marews njae, Aaato OmuIhIm lutkiati, , Flour, per bbl.. .. $5.50 Oat, per bush 65 I Flour, extra"... . 6.76 Barley 1,25 Wheat, pr bush . . 1.30 Clover seed 6.00 Rye 75 Timothy " .... 2.00 Hay, per ton 8.00 Flax " 1.50 Corn, per bushel, 51 PROVISIONS. CTete4 Wackly j t. C. CWalMm, Beef, per pound, 53 Pork, 6(sc8 Bacon, Ham, 10 Mackerel, 1 10 White Fish, Kbbl, 6,25 Lard, 4 7 Butter, 20 Coffee, per lb Sugar, ' 40 1516 75 Muiasses, rt. u. Potatoes, pr. bo, Kinrs, pr. dox. Chickens, Dried Apples, f lb, 60 12K 1.S0 6K CINCINNATI. Flour, $5.30(25.50 Wheat, ...... L0ek41.10 Corn 4iiat42 Barley L354LS5 Rye, tWs(i3 Oats, 52 ClpyerSeed,.. Whiskey 80!4 Hoes. s.eooaso Lard, W&H NEW YORK. Flour, $5.80 (55.90 Wheat, 1.25(41.42 Rye, bOyo Barley 1.25il35 Corn 69(371 Oats, 56a57 Whiskey,... 86r87 Beef, 5.50(7.00 gailnratis. SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINC1NTI R. R. njfa'S-1 - tj:H--;;JL-. -"J On and after May 5, W2, Train w...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 March 1863

The Farm and Garden. How to Cure Hams and Sides. There are many ways to cure Lams, but some, of litem are uot tliJsiraUe, .tit)-' less we are satisfied to cat poor ham in preference to good. - .A bam well cured, well smoked and well cooked, is a favor ite dish with most people,. but there are xery few indeed who can relish ham which has been hardened and spoiled by salt, or tainted for the want of salt in curing, and may be worse Fpoiled in cook ing; but if bam is spoiled by too much salt, or too little, or becomes tainted he- fore the salt has thoroughly penetrated it, I defy any cook to make good dish out of it. I have tried many ways in curing hams, and have lost them some times by having thero become rancid and tainted in warm weather, and also bv bavin?; them so salt and hard that thev were unpalatable. I have for some twenty years practic cd the following simple recipe in curing pork hams and shoulders, and find it pref erable to any recipe I ever tried, and when I have had an...

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