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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 7 May 1862

URBANA NIQN. "VOL. I. TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD UnH?sj, OHIO, AYEDXESDAY, MAY 7, .1862. THE CONSTITUTION OFTHE UNITED STAT ES." Ist Words of Stephen A. DoroLAS. O. 6. Poetry for the Hour. Original. MY NATIVE LAND. BY MRS VIOLA M. CUNDIFF. TBXTTKSSEa ! Tennessee ! bright land, Although unknown to fame, Yet thy mountains and valley I'll ever love the same. Sundered now, those earlier ties, That I remember yet, Alas ! they fill my bleeding heart With fondness and regret. I'll love my own bright sunny land, Tho' It should ne'er be free ; When dying, I would plead to rest Beside the Tennessee. I never can forget the land That gave my being birth. While mein'rys feiry pencil paiuts The loveliest spot on earth. I love the spot, where heroes fell, Nor did they ever yield While freemen's arms were left to strike On Shiloh's crimson field, Some gallant arm will always graep Our blood-stained standard sheet, For Freedom's $ymbol ne'er shall trail, - Beneath such traitorU feet I lov...

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 May 1862

iT:r.:VA.v"i".'i qs wrsvi sr.Ai; evemsg, :.y IMS 2. Terms: One Dollar pr an'""". ' adv.nee. Tue chdicit una Ik cwnittry rr.rf in OlrVr" J. T. llo-ys, Crbana, Ohio. The CstO's of Hf -iif; i'..e VmVa of Rant! ;. Trie Union of States none can ecvur; The Union of Lakes the Union cf Lauds ; And the IV.6 or Oca Usiov Forever! j j I -!-a Our Future Navy and Our Maritime Defense. tense. Tt'HEN' tliia conflict between govern ment and rebellion shall be ended, ana the laws sauli ngain have sway and duo administration by the civil power, the foreign relations of the United States will need a watchful crc. Our national pow - er at home, which foreign nations thought was destroyed, wilitluve occasioned sur- prise abroad as it Las surprised, our - selves. We shall perhaps be a little re sentful towards other nations, for -what wo may consider a lack cf kindness and perhaps a lack of justice to us in our greatest straight. Our commerce will doubtless become greater that it ever has been sn-J we sh...

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 May 1862

Urbana Union Directory. GRAIN, AC, Crr4 WrHr kj Jot" Etckswltaj liptn A Parae, Att Cmaatutow M.reksaU. Flonr, per bbl . . . . $4. Oats, per but h 23 Flour, extra".... 5.00 Barley 45(3.50 Wheat, pr bush .. 85 Clover sed 0.00 P.ve " 40 Timothvu .... 0.00 liar. rer ton 6.00 Flax " 1.00 Corn, per bushel, 23 PSOVISIOICS. Crrctei Wklr r 1. C. (mIm, flrMtr Bad IP.vW. Stealer. ' Beef, per pound, Pork, 4 Paeon, Ham, 'Mackerel, White Fith, ' Lard, Butter, ' 5,i? 8 1 Coffee, per fi 2325 6 ,r:S Sugar, lll&U Molasses, n. U. 10 Potatoes, pr. bu. 6 Einrs, pr. dor. 7 tiifc-kene, 4 12 Dried Applca,$lb, -a S5 6 1.20 8 CIITCISKATI. llnnr,.. Wheat, . Corn,... parley, . Bye,.... ..$4.13 -3 1.30 .... yo.ii.oo 32.ii. 35 ... 60.O.70 50,j0 Oats Clover Seed, V hiskey, Hogs,.... Lard, .... 81 5(35.00 10,1 IS . .5.75.t,6.00 TEW Y0EX. .$5.00.5.30 I Corn.. Flour.. Wheal. HO ,l.;;0 f Oats, Rve. T 1 .3 Whiskey,.. barley, W.US Beef, 55,358 Se4l ftiiiiiS ' ' gailroafes. SANDUSKV, DAYTON fc CINCINTt R. R 4.T5sJ5....

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 7 May 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. Children have dolls, and men i-dols. , . , . A fortune teller The cashier .of a bauk. j ' What burns to teqi a secret? Sealing-wax. Words, at the touch of the poet, Hossom into poems. "I can't bear you," as the sea said to the leaky ship. The green turf is the poor man's earpet, and God weaver the colors. Night threw her sable mantle o'er the world, and pinned it with a etar. I---Did we not flatter ourselves, the flattery of others could never hurt us. Is it paracTox-ieal to say that a person was coxcetl by a ors-v hipping? Why is the Mediterranean the dirtiest of seas? Because it is the least tide-y. Why is the letter S like a sewing machine? Because it makes needles nced- .kss,- ; - - : - Why are cashmere shawls like deaf people ? Because wo cannot make tli em Jw Lawyer a man you pay to res cue your estate from others and keeps it himself. Upon the marriage of Miss Wheat, an editor hoped that her path might be jlnweri. Not that which men Jo worthily, hut that w...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 14 May 1862

TT1D TQ A 1T A UNION. ! n w j w VOL. I. TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LA'WS AND UPHOLD TJJRJA.?ZJ, OIIIO, WEDNESDAY, MY 14, 1862. THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.nr;LjST WoEM 0P STEP,re3' A-DotrotAS- osro. 7. Poetry for the Your. UNION AND LIBERTY. BY O. W. HOLMES. Fuo of the heroos who left ns their glory, Borne through their battle-fields' thunder and name, Blazoned in song and illumined in stoty, Wave o'er us all vrho inhabit their fame f Up with our banner bright, Sprinkled with starry light, fipread its fair emblems from mountain to shore, While through the Bounding 6ky, Loud rings the Nation's cry Liberty and Union ! One Evermore! Light of our firmament, guide of our Nation, Pride of her children and honored afar, Let the wide beams of thy full constellation Scatter each clond that would darken a star I Up with our banner bright. Sue Empire unsceptered ! what foe shall assail thee, Bearing the standard of Liberty's Tan ? Think not the God of thy fathers shall fall thee, Striving...

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 May 1862

TJEBAA UNION WEIVMSDAY EYEM.VG, MIT li, 1862. Teums: One Dollar per annum, in acrvanee. Tbe cheapest "d best country paper n Ohio! J. W. Hoix, Urbana, Oliio. Tub Vnios of Hearts the Union of Hands ; The Union of States Bone can sever ; The Union of Lakes tie Union of Lands ; And the Flag op Ocb Ckios Forever I A Bankrupt Law. The Constitution of the United States has given to Congress the power of estab ' lighing uniform laws on. tlia subject of ' Bankruptcies throughout the United States. Tke power has been twice exer cised, by the enacting of laws for this purpose once in 1800 and again in 1841, but in each case the laws had a brief existence the first act being in force for three years, and the latter for less than two years. ' The act of 1341 provided only for vol nr.tary Bankruptcy on the application of tho. debtor, and this had much to do with its early repeal. A bill has now been introduced into Congress by Roscoe Conk ling, of New York, of a greater scope. which provides for...

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 May 1862

Urbana Union Directory. Zty ghrfitts. GRAIN, AC. CWtMm WeiUy 7 Etskk1U iin PlTMi A-eeta Cwlnli Mirtkaau. hhl H 7S Oats. Tier bush 23 l-i ' I- s an TW1.-V " 45(350 Wheat, pr bush . . 85 Clover seed 0.00 Rve 40 Timothy'4 .... V'.r wrtnn 8 00 FlaX 44 I-00 ' Corn, per bushel, 83 PBOTISIOSS. Cerreett Weekly T CU Cr.ee u' PrarUlva Sealer. Beef, per pound, Pork, 4 4 Bacon, Ham, Mackerel, 4 White Fish,' Lard, 4 Butter, ' 59 ?i8 10 6 7 12 Coffee, per lb 22(325 Sugar, Ual3' Molasses, N. O. Potatoes, pr. bu. Eirgs, pr. don. C hickens, 4 Dried Apples,$3, 85 6 1.30 8 CI5CIFKATI. Flour... Wheat,. Com,... Barley, . Eye,.... .$L15?4.30 ... MC.al.OO ,.. S2,it35 ... 60.0:70 . - 6050 nt SI Clover Seed, . .4.75(35.00 Whiskey, ioig.i Hops, .5.750.00 Lard, ... 4SWt ITEW Y0SK. Flour,.., Wheat,., Rve Barley, . . ... $5.005.30 I Corn ... L 101.30 j Oats, 7viSS2 WhisWey,.. 80 95 i Beet; 55g.58 &M41 4.75(ft5.50 SANDUSKY, DAYTON & CINCIN'TI R. R. OS On and after May 5, 1SIB, Trains will pass uu (Urban,...

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 May 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. - . The man '' who lrew? the most turmoils ia ihe community is tLe bretccr. '. Beauty, like lightning, appears arid strikes at the same instant.. Silence may sometimes Le very znanlv, hut It is most unwomanlv. . Why does the eye resemble a Bchool-rDaster in the act of Cogging? Be ( cause it has a pupil under the lah. An erect, mind that scorns to etoop is not often found in astoon-&houl-x tiered body.-.- - ; " --"A truly" scientific statesman ia a eer;for every principle contains, in itself, the germ? of a prophecy. Poetry is the blossom and the fragrancy of all " human language and thought and passion. . t. Whilst our friends forgot, u, our "enemies often think of us, and lHy up something in store for its.1' ' (Jon. by a rebellious jour, of Linn Why is our employer like the Red Sea?Because he is not the Bos-phor-us. , a -0 that old age were truly second childhood 1 - It ia eeldoni more like it than the berry is to the- rosebud. . v. i rw Female education is ...

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 May 1862

TTPTQ A M A IT N IOW -- J 111 ' ri: -j- .-:- 1 o VOL. I. TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD UrtBVA, OHIO, "WEDNESDAY, MA.Y" 21, 1862. THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED S TAT ES." - t Words of Stephen a. Douglas. Poetry for the Your. RED, WHITE AND BLUE. Oh Colombia, the gem of the ocean, The borne of the brave and the free, The shrine of each patriot's devtlon, A world offers homage to thee. Thy mandates muke heroes asf smblc. When Liberty's form stands in view, Thy banners make tyranny tremble, When born by the red, white and blue. cnoRrs : Wiicn borne by the red, white and blue.. When borne by the red, white and blue, Thy banners make tyranny tremble. When boruc by the red, white and blue. WhD war waged its wide desolation,' And threatcn'd our land to deform, The ark then of Freedom's foundation, Columbia rode safe through the 6torm, With her garland of victory o'er her. When so prondly bhe bore her bold crew. With her flag floating proudly before her, The boast of the red, white ...

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 May 1862

URBAN A UNION VEDSrSDAT EVESIXC, MAY 8!, 18C2. Terms: One Dollar per anuuin, m adv.nce. Tlie cheapest and best country paper in Ohio! J. W. IIoux, Urbana, Ohio. Tbu Unios of Hort9 the t'ninn of Ilauds ; The Union of States none can sever ; The Uuion of Lakes the Union of Lands; And the Flag of Oi r Union Forever ! The Union Government--Slavery and Confiscation. has the The Union Government para mount right of control over the persons and the property of every man in the nation when needed for the puhlie de fense, or for public use, on the sole con dition, of making a just compensation in money, when property is taken. The Uuion government has no power to free a slave, but it can command his labour, as it may command the labor of "other persons;" and if the proper public au thority should decide it to be fit and ne cessary, slaves may be armed, and used as soldiers for the public defense : and in such an emergency it is doubtful wheth er the master would have any claim for the servic...

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 May 1862

Urbana Union Directory. GSAIV, ftC. Ownetol Weekly Je El-kklts Maarews A ftrHt Areata VvuImIm MerefcaaU. Flonr, perbbl.... $4.75 Oatu, per bueh. Flour, extra" 6.00 Barley " Wheat, pr bnsh .. 85 Clover seed.... 25 4o?."H ...0.00 0.00 ... 1.00 Rve 40 Timothy" .... liar, per ton 8.00 Flax " Corn, per bufilicl, So PBOVISI05S. Cemetea Weekly ej . C Cmm, Oi gr PrtfrftalM Pealer. Beef, per pound, Fork, ' Bacon, Ham, Mackerel, ' White Fish, 9.38 5ii8 10 6 Coffee, per lb 2r25 Sueary 11(a12V Molasses, K. O. 60 Potatoes, pr. bu. 85 Esrjrs, pr. aox. 8 Chickens, ' 1.30 Lard, Butter, 7 SandlO Dried Applea.iptb, CIUCIITKATI. Flour, H.l.vH.30 Wueut, ao.il.00 Com, 8J,!:i5 Barter, fA.rTO Kve, 6050 Oats Clover Seed,. Whiskey, ... Hops, Lard, 81 .4. ?5.00 lot.t li 5.T5(1iti.00 JEW T0BK. Floor, 15.00,15.38 Wheat, LlO.'.l.SO Rve, 7M-3 Barley, 80(i5 Corn 55(358 Oat 8i41 Whiskey,... 2&,t-i Beef, 4.75tj.5.50 SANDUSKY, DAYTON CiNCIN'Tl R. R. On and after May 5, lt52, Trams will pas mis (Vrbana) station, ...

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 May 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. . Jinny gooJ men are like chest nuts very pleasant nuts, but enclosed in very prickly burs. . A compass is suiJ to Lave tLirty- tw points ; the compass of many a man's mind has no point at all. Art is the revelation of man ; and not merely that, but likewise the revela tion of Nature speaking through man. There is a mystery in every young woman's heart, unsolved till her spirit j" is Veddod to a kindred spirit. , We know fools at sight much more readily than we do wise men for we see fifty times as many of them. Spare thai you may spend ; fast that you may feast ; labor that you may live ; and run that you may rest. It might be difficult to say which Vould contribute most to the peace of a country the execution of the laws or the lawyers. No doubt honesty is the best poli cy ; but those who do honest things mere ly because they think it good policy, are not honest. There are some men whose na ture are so unmitigatedly wicked that it cosU them more to be decent th...

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 May 1862

URBaMA NION. TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES ."Last Words op Stephex a. Douglas. VOL. I. UEBANA, OHIO, WEBKESDAY, MAY 28, 1862. ISTO. 9. Poetry for the Hour. "UNDER THE SNOW." GENERAL LANDERS LAST POEM. Th Spring had tripped and lost her flowers, The Summer sauntered thro' the glades, The wonnded feet of Autumn hours Left ruddy footprluU on the blades. And H the glories of the woods Had Sang their shadowy silence dawn, Tia, wilder than the storm it broods, She fled before the winter's frown. for her sweet spring had lost its flowers. She fell, and passion's tongues of flame - Ban reddening thro' the blushing bowers, Now haggard as her naked shame. One secret thought her soul had screened. When prying matrons sought her wrong, And Blame stalked on, a mouthing fiend, And mocked her as she lied along, And now she bore its Weight aloof. To hide it where one ghastly birch Held up the rafters of the roof. And grim old pine trees formed a church....

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 May 1862

TXRB-i-lsrA UNION. WEDNESDAY EYEXttG, MAT 88, 1864. Terms: One Dollar per annum, in advance. The cheapest and best country paper ia Ohio! J. W. Houx, Urbaai, Ohio. The Tjktos of Hearts the Union of Hands ; The Cnion of State none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Land ; And the Flao of Orit Usiox Forever ! Slavery in the District of Columbia. The Congress of the United States nave abolished slavery ia the District of Columbia. It was a mere partisan meas ure to further the electioneering welfare of the members, and has no reference to the welfare of the District and certainly none whatever to the welfare of the slaves. flnntPTuo Ji.nl tlie naked Dower to do W. thfir have done, but assuredlv the. j 1 power of exclusive legislation was never Tested in them to suit their own whims, - but for the people of the District and to fee exercised for their common good, and DF not exercised on their petition, at least not against their remonstrance The people of the District did not as...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 28 May 1862

Urbana Union Directory. CEAUf, C, ereetet Weekly bx KlihWltll Mer.r. A : F79 Aef ConolMlai Muckuu. - Flour, perbbl...-. tt.75 Ost, per trash . . Flour, axtra,".... 5.00 Barley ..... Wheat, pr bush . . ' 83 Clover seed. 0.00 Hre 40 Timothy" .... 0.00 Ha, per ton 8.0J Flex " ! Core, per ouenei, " JSOTlSIOITl Omelet Weekly r J- C. C.lrm, Cm- PrTltB Dealer. Beef, per pound, 5(29 Pork, ' 4 6(.i8 Bacon, Ham, Mackerel, ' Id VhitKia,JtfbH,4,00 Lard. ' 7 Coffee, per lb Sutrar, 11(3,12 Molasses, N. O. 60 Potatoes, pr. bu. Esn, pr. dor. 35 6 Chickens, 1.20 Butter, 8aodl0 Dried Apples,2, 8 cnrcnrsATl. Floor $1.154.30 Wheat, B0. i 1.00 Corn,..; 33.?S5 Barley, Wi.70 Kye.......... 60j50 Oats 81 Clover Seed, . .4.75(u 5.W WhUkey ...... lti-118 Hops 5.75ifi.OO Lard, SO.V EIW T0EZ. FVur,... Wheat,.. ..J5.00,a5.! .. 1.10,11.30 Cora,. Oats, . 88. -U Kye, . . Whiskey,... Barley, bOAito Beef,..." 4.73&5.50 . ....... Xhilmis. SANDUSKY, DAYTON t CINCIN'TI R. R. On and after May 5, 1362, Trains Will pas...

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 May 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. . . Submission is tl fbotprimt of faith in the pathway of sorrow, Cotton has mad bad ting, hat hell prove and excellent Bubject - . IIow does a cow bacon landed ei'a ? By turning her into a field. The man rho would try t stab a ghost would stick at nothing. Why is calamity like an iron steamer ? Because it is a hard ship. . VThj was Banyan's genius like the letter H ? Because it made a thinker of a tinker. Why is it unchristian not to re sent an insult ? Because it is answering it with outrage. Why is anything that is imprac ticable like a dumb person? Because it won't answer. , The funerals which a man should take most pleasure in attending are those of his own vices and evil passions. Political editors tell us that truth is their polar star, and never get nearer to it than to the north star itself. i Poverty, "bitter though it is in many respects, has no sharper pang than j this, that it makes menridic ulcus. Young America would .seem to " ' be a model in respe...

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 June 1862

T' "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAVS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."- WnKn of Stf-nikx a. Dduulas. VOL. I. TJK13A.rV, OHIO, AVEJDSTESDY, JTTTK 4, 1862. ISTO. lO. MOM. Poetry for the Your. GOD SAVE THE VOLUNTEERS! AIR.—"God mave the Queen." God save tlie noble band fighting for fatherland True heroes all ! Keeping their faith pnre and bright, Uphold them by Thy might. Whilst they contend for right, And if they fall So thou their souls receive, Comfort the hearts that grieve, Wipe every tear ; Bid an on Thee depend, Each lonely hearth attend. Be thon th orphan's friend Conquering fear ! Long as our rivers flow, Long as onr star shall glow, High In the spheres Bright shall their inetn'ry be. They who have kept us free, True sons of Liberty ! Brave Volunteers ! GLORIA. GLORIA. I. Thb laurels shine In the momine snn. The tall grass shakes its glittering spears, And the webs the spiders last night spnn Are threaded with pearly tears. GLORIA. I. II. At peaibe with the world an...

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 June 1862

IT 1? BAXA UJS'ION. WKilXKSDAY EVENING, JINE 4, 1862. Terms: One Dollar per auuuui, in advance The cheapest and best country paper in Ohio! J. W. Hoi'X, Urban, Ohio. i The Union of Hearts the Union of Hands ; The Union of State none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands ; And the Flag of On Ukios Forever! The Democratic Party and the Union. The Insurrection of the Southern States began under a Pemocrati'c admin istration, and the pretense for it was the election of Mr. Lincoln, as a sectional J candidate. "When Mr. Lincoln called for j volunteers under authority of Congress, the Democrats, if not forgeting their party name, ai least forgot all party op position, and were among the most prompt to offer their services. That they were prompt and resolute to sustain the Gov ernment and maintain the Union, there can, he no doubt : That they are still intent on this high purpose there can be as little doubt. While there is in Ohio at least, a proper Union Party composed of Re p...

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 June 1862

Urbana Union Directory. GKAIN, AC. twndci klr x ElehfcH wrcn Pj Areata) Cmliwt MerekuU. Flour, per bbt.-.i ti."'a Oats, per bosh ..... 25 Flour! irtra".... 5.00 Baricy " ..... 4550 Wheat, pr bush . . 80 Clover seed JJJ Rve " . . . ; 40 Timothy " . . 0.00 Haj.perton 8.00 Flax ......-100 Corn, per bushel, 39 fEOViSlOKS. (Mm f r Bcef, per pound,- 5(3 9 Pork, ' J Bacon, Ham, 'tfl8 Mackerel, ' 10 White Fish, Ml, 4,00 Coffee, per lb 22(S25 tMijritr, Molasses, N. O. CO Potatoes, pf. bu. Ksrirs, pr. dofci 33 6 1.80 8 Urd, ( Uickens, Butter, 68 Dried Applesoft, CIKCIHHATI. Flour... 15,24.30 Wheat, 90 r 1.00 Corn,. 32A:U Barlcv, 60 (i.70 Kye,.". oOjSO OaU,.l 31 Clover Seed, . .4. 75(35.00 tVhwkey, .... ie?l8 Ho"s, . . 1 1 . i .5.75m 6.00 Lard, ., 9i&X KEW T0EK. Flour $5.00S5.S0 Corn...... Wheat, LlO-il.MO ! Oats , Rve, TiVftJ I Whiskey,. Barley, WVo j Beef, 55(258 4.75(a.5.50 gtoilroalis. SANDUSKY-, DAYTON CINCIN'f I R. R, On and after May 5, 1SC3, Trains will pass this (Urbana) station, ...

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 June 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. There are now 1400 Rebel pris oners under charge of Major Fierson, on Johnson's L-land. A piano affords a young lady a good chance to show her fingering and her finger-ring. A. fine old game for the people of Ohio to play at. " What will you do when the black man comes?" Serious thoughts are folded up, chested, and unlooted at; lighter, like dust, settle all about the chamber. . Advantages of situation arc, in j prospect, great blessings to bo enjoyed; ' in retrospect pledges to be redeemed. . Many writers of verse seem to ! think that the art of poetry consists in J pinning butterflies on blotting-paper. j "I am afraid, sir, you are in a settled melancholy." " No, madam, my melancholy won't settle; it has too much grounds." No falsifier is likely to have much success in catching victims, unless he keeps enough truth about him to bait his hook with. Two odds make an even ; two negatives make an affirmative; two roughs make a smooth that is, a rough job and a roug...

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