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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 May 1863

rrtiv - ?sJ!g, "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES" Last Words op STErnE?? A. Douglas. imiiAY, OHIO, AVEDNESDAY, MAY 27, 18G3. WHOLE NUMBER 61. ' - K VOLUME II. XO. 9. ttr URBAjSTA union a-, w. ho n, x nor'n. Omff-Coupon's BiiiMinir. (second floor,) Wert side North Main-street, near the Square. Terms : ?1. per annuin, invariably in advance 1 cop ies one year, $10. 1. Subucribere who do not give express notice O the coQtrarv. are considered as wishing to con inue their subscriptions to the payer. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of heir periodic?, the publisher may continue to end them until all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers neirlect or refuse to lake their perio-licnis from tlu- oiilce to which they were di rected, ttaev are 1jM responsible till they have set tled the bill and ordered them discontinued. t If ubscrilere remove to other places with out informing the publisher, and the papers are eent to the former direction, ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 May 1863

UK BAN AJJNI ON. VEXVESDi ElEXiXG, MAY 2T, 186J. Tebms: One Dollar per annum, in advance. S e cheapest and bef-t country paper in Ohio! J. W. lloi-x, Urbana, Ohio. y. .JL c, X3 Tn Unios of KeartB the Union of Hands The Union of States none, can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union or Lands; ' And the Fla.0 op Oub Ukioh Forever I ""Thb TJrbasa Chios is a newspaper for the 'people' of Champaign county. It is not In the Interest of any party, nor 1b it meant to be iden u titled with the interest of any party, because It will not be fettered. It will not be Neutral for that means time-serving timidity. It will have Very distinct opinion: on all public questions connected with government, whether Union, State, or County : and on the expression of opin 1 Ions It will have but one guide, a strict adher. T cee to law. It will support the Constitution r tad the Laws, without regard to platforms or to . - par tv dogmas. NEWS OF THE WEEK ENDING MAY 27, 1863. The first things which came to as af...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 May 1863

Urbana Union Directory. The Markets. GBAIJT, C. 0rre(ea Wecitlr y Joka Elcaholtsi Mrrcw !?. A.cetM ttoumbat MerekmtW. Flour, per bbl.... $5.50 Oats, per bash Flour, ext ra "... . 5. 76 Barley " Wheat, pr bush .. 1.10 Clover sera.... Kye- f 60 Timothy" .... ft. Hay. per ton... w 8.00 Flax Corn, rer bushel, 4040 . 45 1,20 .4(10 1.50 S.OO FB0VISI0KB. CamotrS Weekly by J. C. Coalsea, BoefV per pound, 6(?12 Fork, ' . . Bacon, Ham, 10 Mackerel, 10 White Fish, K bbl, 6,0u 'lard,' 7 Batter. ' 10 Coffee, per lb 40 15i31G 75 60 7 1.50 Pugar, Molasses, N. O. Potatoes, pr. bu. Enirs, pr. dm. Chickens, Dried Applee.f B 5 ciscnnrATT. Flonr,. Wheat, Corn... .5.8O0-:i.5O ..LOSl.lO ... 4U343 Oats o- CloverSeed,.. Hoes Barley,. 1.25(,1.35 Eye, WJ3 Lard, , KEW TOES. Flonr, ?5.S0S5.S0 Wheat 1.25;U.42 Hye, .... ... SOfttfO Barley,...'.. 1.25133 Corn Oifs, Whiskey,... Beof, 60 J 71 ' &iV 57 3C(i!17 5.50&7.U0 The Markets. Railroads. SANDUSKY", DAYTOj & CINCIN'TI R.R. On and aft-er April 20, 13...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 May 1863

The Farm and Garden. The Farm and Garden. Orchard Culture--Thirty-nine Articles. BY THE EDITOR OF THE HORTICULTURIST. HYe promised to give a summary of our vitwg in reur 1 to orchard culture Yt 'wish to staU that these convictions a are the result of personal experience, and are not based on any traditions whatever, and will always be as boldly avowed and defended as we deem consistent with mod esty. 1. We believe in selecting a good Bite 2. We believe in a most thorough pre paration of the soil. ' - 3. We believe in enriching the soil ac V cording to its wants. 4. We believe it is better to have the Boil too rich than too poor. 5. We believe in muck as applied to the orchard. 6. We believe in leaf-mould as applied to the orchard. 7. We believe in carbonaceous matter generally, as. applied to the orchard. . . 8. We believe in shelter for orchards. 9. We believe in planting none but good trees. 10. We believe in- planting- trees not more than two or three years old, if bought at the ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 3 June 1863

7 y TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STAT E S." Last Words op Stephen a. Douglas. TJEBAKA, OHIO, AVEDISHESDA-Y, JUISTE 3, 1863. VOLUME II. NO. 10. WHOLE NUMBER 62. tig ti m UNION. U K a h.AV JjL VI JLJ'-i iL JL- N .1 W rSS '--7'.. V'"'- 7 URBAN A UNION. j-. w. nour, pROP'n. OrptrE : Coulson'e Buildine, (6econd floor,) AVest side North Main-street, near the Square. i Tkkms: SI. per annum, invariably in advance. 1 copies one year, ?10. UW 8MIEWTaPER8: 1. Subscribers who do not aire express notice o the contrary, arc considered as wishing to con inue their subscriptions to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of heir periodicals, the publisher may continue to end them until all arrearages are paid. S. If subscriber ncirlect or refuse to tnte their periodicals trom the olflee to wmeu iney werem ihle tilllhev have set tled the trii'l and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out informing the publishe...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 3 June 1863

URBAN A I J N ION; WKimXDlY EYF.IC, JIXE J, 1SGJ. Terms: One Dollar per annum, in advanee.- ic cheapest and best country paper in Ohio! J. W. Hors, Urbuua, Ohio. . Tne Cxios of Hearts tbe Union of Hanila The Union of States nouc can Mver; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands; And the Flag of Oitb Union Forever! TnB Uhbasa Umox is a newspaper for the people cf Champaign 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 n-ill not be fettered. It will not be Neutral for that meani time-serving timidity. It will have yerj distinct opinion 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- uce to law. It will support the Constitution nd the Laws, without rcjrnrd to platforms cr to party dogrnns. NEWS OF THE WEEK ENDING JUNE 3, 1863. - The news of the week is satisfactory there is nothing to say; the peo...

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

Urbana Union Directory. tyt gtarttts. Oarrertc4WMl.lt f ' Eltfck.ltrl Ji.ercm. a- Flour, perbbl..,, 15.50 Oats, per bush... Flour, extra".... 5.Trf Barley " Wheat, i.c bnsh .. l.W I'lover oocd RTe . M TimotliV" Uay.y.orton..'.".. 8.(0 Flax "" Corn, per bushel, 4040 FEOYISIONS. Crrte4 Wl.l t J. C. Coiilton, rcr 4 lrvlla Verier. . 45 2.00 Beef, per poundj 6.12 Fork, ' . . 57 Biooii, Ham, 10 Mackerel, 10'i "White Fish, bul, 6,00 Lard, - 7 Coffee, per lb Suirar, ' ' Molasses, N. O. Potatoes, pr. bu. F.srv, l'r- do. 40 LT.KKcus. 1.50 Butter, ' 10 1 Dried Applesoft. 5 CIJTCI1T3IATI. Floor J5.305.50 Wheat, UKjI.IO Coru, 41i4'J B-u-ler 1.25.1 L: Oat . . ?- Clover Seed,.. (!S-W Win-key, .... WA-H Hoes o.ramiS) Rye,. Lard, ti.'2i'i';t HEW T0KK. .fS SOzo OO Corn 1 25 .il.42 (tats Ml'.; W I Whiskey,... . 1.25;ill8 Beef, Flour,.... Wheat,.. . Rve Barley, . . . 5f.(,t57 5.50tf 7.00 SAND'JSKY, DAYTON & CINCIN'TI R. R. s On ruid after April 20, W;5, Train will piu Ibis (Urbiitia) station, as fo...

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

The Farm and Garden. Hop Culture. The successful cultivation of the hop implies most watchful and incessant care during the first stages of its growth. It ehould 'be" planted upon a warm, deep, j loamy soil,cn a dry bottom, which ia best found upon a sandy, gravelly, or stony porous subsoil, affording drainage of wa ter from off and about the roots of the plant during the raiuy and frozen seasons of the year. The usual mode of planting is to lay out the ground ia rows, by a line seven or eight feet asunder, which is fa- , cilitated by drawing a piece of colored ' ysrn or cloth in the line the distance: of the rows apart, and placing a stake at each mark in the line as you proceed while the line is set off at each end the distance desired for the row. ' " Flanting is done by selecting the roots of the previous year's growth, called run ners,' which are cut into pieces, with two Bets of eyes to each section, and inserted v with a dilhlti in tne ground, with. five sets m a fc;L, sett m...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 10 June 1863

. sw .j. m ON. f i w-v ""7 iT 'StS-; til 'w-r TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STAT ES."-st Words op Stephen A. Douglas. volume n. XO. 11. UEB AJSLA., OHIO, WTjSTESKY, JTJE lO, 1863. WHOLE NUMBER 63. ID CJRBANA UNION VV. BOVX, X . O X' W.. Office: Coupon's Buildinsr, (second floor,) West side North Maia-streut, near the Scjuitre, Terms: $L per annum, invariably in advance. 1 copies one year, HO. iW oTTTwVpaKIIS: 1. Subscribers who do not irive express notice o the contrary, are eonsiilewil as wishing to con itiue their subscriptions to the paper. 3. If subscribers order the discontinuance of heir periodicals, the publisher may continue to tend them until all arrearages are paid. - 3. It subscribers neplect or refuse to take their periodicals from the oilice to which they wore di rected, they are held responsible till they have set tled the hill and ordered them d':9coiitiLued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out Informing the publbhe...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 10 June 1863

URBANA UNION WEDXESDIY EVEXIXC, JTSE 10, ISC J. Terms: One Dollar per snnom, m advance. tit cheapest and best country paper in Oiiio! i J. V. Houz, Crbana, Ohio. V Th TJktow o Henrta tleCmon of Hand - The Unioo of State Bone can 8ev ; The Union of Lake the Union of Landaj And the Flao of Olti Union Forever t Tub Umax Umon i newspaper for the nr,u ( nhunrwiira connty. It Is not in the Interest of any partj, nor i tt meant to be iden tified with the interest of any party, because it will not be fettered. It will not be reutral ror that means time-eerrinff timidity. It will have rery distinct opinions on all public questions connected with government, whether Union, State, or Connty : ana on the expression of opin ion it will have but one guide, strict adher nee to law. It will support the Constitution and the Laws,, without regard to platforms or to party dogma- Wood and Vallandigham. FERSA5DO Voor is a man with wick edness to plot, and ability and boldness to execute. YallaBdigham, a...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 10 June 1863

Urbana Union Directory. fct gtarfcrts. 0rrMlti Weeklr kr MehkelUi M !- 4 Flour, per bbl.... $5.50 Oata, per bush... . Flour, extra".... 5. TO Barley " .... Wheat, pr bush .. 1.10 Clover seed Rve ' WJ Timothy" .... Hay, por ton 8.00 Flax Corn, I'er bushel, 40(340 PE0VISI0KS. Crrte4 Weekly kr J. C O !, krvcer A Prevlnlom Dealer. . 45 1,30 .41 H) 1.50 2.00 Beef, per pound, 6512 Pork, 7 Bacon, Ham, 10 Mackerel, ' . 10 W hite Fish, 3 bbl, 5,75 Coffee, per lb -Suirar, ' Molasses, N. O. Potatoes, pr. bu. Ktrirs, r. do. 40 15&16 75 60 7 Chickens, 1.50 Butter, 10 Dried Apples,, 5 CISCISKATI. Flour,..., When,.., Corn,.... Barley,... Hie .$5.80:5..V .. L.0Sil.l0 ,.. 41ta4'J .. 1.25M1.85 bOes Oafs Clover Seed, Whiokey, ... Hiks, :- Lard, 52 (?5.50 .3.60t3.80 JTEW Y0EK. Flour $5.80,55.90 Corn 9271 Wheat, 1.U5.H 1.43 j Oats, 50571 jive 1 nnisiic,... ouiu.ui Bi'irlev " 1.25M135 t Beef, 5.50(3.7.00 SANDUSKY, DAYTON Sc CINCIN'TI R. R. On and after April 20, 13, Trains will pass this (UrbauH) sta...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 10 June 1863

The Farm and Garden. Hand vs. Machine Threshing. TVk hve noticed some recent discns siom in th Agricultural papers respect ing tbt relative economy of threshing grain bj Land and machine. The sub ject it one of much practical interest, and we propose to glance at some of the reasons which are. urged on both sides of the question for, like most questions in dispute, there are substantial reasons to be adduced for each side. - TVe are perfectly aware that to assume the championship cf the flail in these days of mashinery, would subject us to the suspicion of being behind the age in Agricultural matters ; hence we are not going to expose ourselves to the chances of being placed in that attitude. But we will venture to state some plain facts ' which farmers in the grain-growing dis tricts are fast losing sight of : 1. It is a fact that it costs as much to thresh a given quantity of grain by ma chine as by hand. . .. 2. The trouble and inconvenience at tending the machine process, with i...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 17 June 1863

(URBA1L4 TIWIOW ... i TELL THEH TO: OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE .UNITED'. STATES .'"--Last Wo'sra- or Stsvkks a. Pocgias. VOLUME II. NO. 12. Uni3A.-ZV, OHIO, AEDIsrESDY, J TJjSTE 17; 1863. WHOLE NUMBER 61. tJRBANA' UNION J. -vp". bou: znozsu ' Omct: Coupon's Buildinc, ( second floor, West Bide Worth Main-street, near me square ft Terms : $1. per annum, Invariably in advance. t 1 copies one year, f lu. UV OF KEWSMPERS: 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice o ut conirary, are considered as wiotnng to con inae their subscriptions to the vaner. 3. If subscribers order the discontinuance of heir periodicals, the publisher may continue to end tiiem until all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their jjcnuuicais irom me oince lo uu n tncy were ai- recteo, tncy are Held responsible till they have set. lica me Dili ana ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out informing the publisher, and the paper a...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 17 June 1863

UIvBANA UNION VEI)ESBAY EVK.I.C, jrM, 17, ISC J. I urms: (J ac Uolln prr annnnr, In adTncc.::J 1 lc ehe:lTVt and host ioimtrv r-aTier in ftbin' J. W. UotX, Urbana; Ohio Tub Utmost of Ilcarts tlie Union of Iltinds The Union of States none can sever; Uninn jf I.akc tire Unian of Lands; 'And tlie Fla9 of Oitt Vsu Forever t TTue TkBASAUxroN ;Ts a newspaper for the nconlc of CUsmtiuien county. It is not in the interest of any rartjVnor is it meant to be iden tlflfd wlfli the interest of any party, becanse it - s-iil n6t bo flittered. It will uofba hentrnl for . .that means time-serving timidity.-It 'vrfll bar Tory .distinct opiiuous .oa -all public .Jticstinns conut'eted with government, whctlicr Union, 8tatc, or County: and ontLc expression of opin "lons it nill have but one g'jlde, a strict adhcr- ' nc tt law. It will support the Constitution nod the Laura, without regard ta platfurois or to The Democratic Convention. ... -The party press of the Sta-te will give a partisan coloring to ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 17 June 1863

Urbana Union Directory. .on.. V.- MS, GSAIN, AC. CM-et.l WerVIr tlchkolm Merev i- Flnnr.-cm i.rt. 6.t fcny- . .J. 1,20 fcye -Uav. per ton , .Cora, rcr busing 4040 m 1 UUOUIJ' " . -o.w r lax 4K) 1.50 a.oo Butter, Flour,.. Wheal,-. Corn, . . . Barley,.. Kyc PBCVISIOKS. farreesr Weekly Vj . p. fWalxx,- : J. - j. - ' ST '- .n Coffee, pit lb 40 M.iamt.K .0. . - w Potatoes, i.r.liii. Kirsrs, nr. duz. thickens. ' l.Mi Beef, pef b?u"ha,A 6 l5 ' Fork, ' i-l sp;T j-t-oi-ar, n.icon, nam, m SrVkerrl,-tsMf White Fish, ;,'bbl, 5,75 mm, 10 Dried Apples,', CIXCISITATI. ."..."01. r .V) -1.01? I 10 4l.it42 I.STnI.:v I Hrs, 00.C (is I Lard, .. . . OMtKv.;..3... T'lm offer fl,. . Whiskey, . S3 1 C 5..i0 SO;,' i!4 BW TOHK. Flour ,?S.V5.!KI j Corn, Wheat, 1.3.1 a.Ai Meits, : : live, ..... . . srtiS0 j Wbiskev,.., Barley I.Zj&l&i j Beef,.. .S.BOi.iS.KO nn,r ti no;.S7 HOVtIIi 5.5(i, 7.00 SANDUSKY, DAYTON & CINCIN'TI R. R. - u imd-atWAt m amxtSJ, Trains will rs this (Urbana) station, 'ns follows...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 17 June 1863

The Farm and Garden. Kindness to Horses. Mr advise to you is, to establish a fre quent and alwajg Liad intercourse with your horse; above all, to speak to him whenever you can consistently, for hor ses not enly Lnow men better by the email and voice than by sight, but they also, and readily, learn to understand short commands ; therefore you should be careful in repeating particular senten ces, that is, such as are always the same, both as to words and tone of voice. You may find such conversation of more im portance to your safety,. than at present you can possibly be aware. In addition to the generous and affectionate qualities ' for -which I have extolled the horsey you may give it credit for a strong sense of justice ; for, although it will remember and long after resent unmerited severity, . it will submit (fretfully, I allow,) to pun ishment when conscious of having pro voked it, even by carelessness, that is, when in the hands of a master, who, in J stead of being captious, m...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 24 June 1863

UNION. "TELL THEM TO OBEY JJIE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES' Last Words of Stephen a! Dowlas. ' " VOLUME IL NO. 13. XJKBA.3STA., OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JTJJSTE 24, 1863. WHOLE NUMBER 65. CTRBANA UNION. sr. "vr. kottx, ax.ox- Orncs; Coulson' BuiMine, (second floor,) West side North Main -street, near the Square. Terms : L per annum, invariably in advance. 1 copies one year, 110. UW IF lEWIPAPEIli 1. Subscriber who do not give expres notice o the contrary, are considered as wisttug to con lnue their subscriptions to the paper. 8. If subscribers order the discontinuance of heir periodica), the publisher may continue to end them mntil all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers ne'nct or refoee to tfcs their pertodicus from tbe oaice 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 direct...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 24 June 1863

IF KB AN A UNION. WEDNESDAY EVESI.C, JPVE SI, 183. Terms: Oue Dollar per annum, in advance. tkc cheapest aud best country paper in Ohio! J. W. Horx, Urbaua, Ohio. Tbi V.mon of Hearts the Union of Hands The Union of States none can sever; The Union of LtVee the Union of Lands; And the FiaG of Ocb Uniok Forever! Tns Ubbasa Usiox is a newspaper fur the people of Champaign county. It is not in the i ntewwt of anvtiartT, nor is it meant to be iden tified with the interest of any party, because it ni not be fettered. It Till not be Neutral for that means time-serving timidity. It will have 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,, strict adher ent: i to law. It will support the Constitution and the Laws, without regard to platform or to party djgiaaa. The Constitution and the Union. We have a class of politicians who talk flippantly about stretching the Constitu...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 24 June 1863

Urbana Union Directory. I'3re ! ?' ltertkM. Floor, pefbbl..., fS.WOsts pertrueb.... Flour' extra 6. 78 B;irle " Wheat, pr Irtish... 110 Clover seed Kye -" ... 60 Timothy" Hay, per ton:....' 8.no "!s " - or(pcr unsbel, 4040 - . 45 i.ao . 1.50 2.00 ' 'fftovfsioKS.' ; Cerrectel WtfHj T J- C. Cxbtaba. Uraoe Prvll.a Dealer Beef, per ponnd, 8vtl2 Pork, ' ' 67 Bacon, Flam, 10 Mackerel, ' lO'.i White Fish, ull, 5,75 Coffee, per lb 40 nr. 15(2 it Potatoes, pr. bu, - ; JX 1- fs. nr riot. ' T srs. vr. CLickcBS, t50 Butter, 10 I Dried Apidcs.V&i 5 clirciirctATl. Flonr,...'. Wheat,... Corn, Barlev, . . . . Kvc,.' .-.SO.-..50 Oats, 52 CloverSeed,.. 5.50 Whisker,.... SOh.f.3 Ho.rg,,, 3.06Vj3.s0 Lard S47Ji ., L(Kt 1.10 ... 41m 42 .. LS.W-.8S Floor J.W)iSo.90 I Corn Wheat...... i-.3oirtV'Oats, 0071 My 57 8(fF 37 Barley,"..' 1.25t 135 Beef, 5.507.00 SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCIN'TI R. R. On mid after April 20, 13, Train will pass this (Urbana) station, as follows : s . r , ... . COIKG KOKTH. r , 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. — 24 June 1863

The Farm and Garden. Slovenly Farming. Farmers generally possess too much land to be well cultivated. Fifty acres well tilled will ever produce more than one hundred acres poorly tilled. The net profit ou fifty acres well tilled, will be more than that on one hundred acres badly managed.. Now, all know, or should know, what good cultivation is; but do all cultivate well? Do you take time by the forelock in preparing your grounds, and at a proper season? Do you plow deep? Do you use the sub-soil plow where the knds want renovating? Do you pulverize the soil by harrowing and dragging? Dtu you obtain the fairest, best seed you can find ? Do you use the best farming implements? Do you keep them in order, or do you leave them about the fields to rust ? Do you hoe the crops well, and at the proper time? and do you harvest at the proper time? Gentlemen, these are questions which you should all answer in the affirmative ; and there arc many more, of a like na ture, for our serious considera...

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