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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 November 1863

- -?2r ,T V.'-..4 V if '. i .J i w ;iLL if! i . : . . ' ' - . ... . .'"TELL THEM.TO'.OBEY THE,.LAW.Sx-AND,OPHOLD THE COlfSTi.TtfTIOH OFTHE ORITED STATES.,,-l'AWoMoSxiPHjiA.DocotAs. VOLUME II. NO. 31. ' ; TJRBISrV, OIIIO, WEIDI 18, 1863. ; WHOLE .NUMBER 86. : LTRBANA UNION Omci:-Couldn't Bnlldlne, (aeennd floor,) Tet aide North Main-afreet, near the Square., Taa: 11. per annum, invariably in advance. UW ir IIWtPA'IItt I. Sbcrlir who do not eive erpre notice O the eoutrary, arc considered a wishing to con inae helr iuhacriptions to the paper. . If auhncribera order the discontinuance of heir eriodicals, the publisher mar enntinue to wed them until all arrfarusr- are paid. S. If subscribers nelevt or refuse to take their f ertwlieala from the oQlce to which they wrr di rected, ttiev are held responsible till they have set tied the hill and ordered them diacontinaed. 4. If suiwcriheti remove to other places with out Informing the nnblisher, and the papers are ent 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. — 18 November 1863

.Vki).KSl)AY KVF.M.U, atrV. 18,1883. T iitMs: One D.iUarper annum, iu advance. The cUeiHt aud best country paj-r In Ohio Address, J. W. IIoci, C'rbaua.Onio. Ths U.vro of Heart the Union of Hands The Union of Plate noire can sever; The Union of Lakes tli Union ( I.wds; And th Flag or Oi a Union Forever! Tat Urbaa Union U a newspaper for the people of Champaign county. It is not in the Interest of any lart j, nor is it meant to be iden tified with the interest of any party, kecans s it will aot be fettereX It will not be Nentral for that mcrvns time-serving timidity. It will have ery distinct opinion on all public questions eonneeted with government, whether Union, State, or County : and on the expression of opin iona it will have but one guide, a strict adher ence to law. It will support the Constitution and the Laws, wituont regard to platforms or to party dogmas.' Conscription and the Supreme Court of Pennsylvania. Since tie Supreme Coort of Pennsyl rania have decided tho conscript...

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 November 1863

Urbana Union Directory. Urbana Union Directory. The Markets. GRAIN, &C. CarrMto r eieaholts) Xsr Flour, peTbhl.:.. 5.50Ot, per biuh . . . . . 5 flanr, extra".... Barley, spring .... I.ji0 Wheat. pJbnsb..- tOo Ukiverseed -aO Rve . - Tiinotuy" 2.00 lt, 8.O0 Flax " ......i.175 New' Cora, per bushel, 63 Old Corn 75 PEOVISI053." " Crrt4 Wee My Vy J. C !, j-.Bwr 4 rTll -Ms-ler. r Beef, per pound, ,6ff T2 Pork, J 5ta.7 Coffee, per ft suirur, Bacon, Ham, 1013 Mackerel, 10 White FUii,tM, 5,75 MidaSSC, .O. r - -M - ,7 Potatoes, vr. bu. Eir". pr. dor. Lard, Butter, thickens, 18 Dried Apple,!?. . Flour, . . . Wheat... Corn BarleT,.. J ,.$S.10iS.25 .. UM-ctLl0 ... 4U(t42 .. 1.25KJ1..W ... t0tl3 Oats Clover bed,.. Whiskey 1 loirs. ,.3.n0tf K.0 Lard, riour s.w 45 510 1 Cra J 'i XT. n"f s 'Art 7 iw i Barley,a,...l.HJBee1 srfou SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCIN'TI R. R Oo ajiil arter Ao. i's Is4 '" i thii iLri:iaiia-;io 1U; going soar:!. Mail MtfUt Kxoves I'h'ioud !"i-i-:.u i' wry ' Wuj do Mon.iavs. V e.l...

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 November 1863

Platform of the Union Democracy T'H' foP..'. BPl" 11. C rt'S'i!.!''OIl. J'.TS-Vlt b' tlie State C'livriiiion it Utikin DenxjCi S-.'y, 1 eld at C-jlurnln, 22 1 Spt 1. -2eo7e?l, That we enter onr solemn unci liberate protect raioit the doctrines of se eswavion and aboil: ion, both springing: from a disregard of law and constitutional obliga tions, and we declare that it is now, a here tofore, the doctrine of the Democratic party that cure ii a Go-irnment of Law, and that for any and all wrorpt there is a peaceful rem edy through the eoclitn;ional channel of leg islative action and ju4ici.il decision, and that when resistance to the laws becomes so for midable a to rentier thern inoperative, it is not only an undoubted right bat the impera tive duty ol the Government to use all neces sary force to execute those law throughout the Union, and to guppresa Eebellijn. 2 Renoh-d, That we are opposed !a the withiirawal ot our armies from the States which profess to have seedi-d,. opposed tq b...

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 November 1863

TT'TTS -4 'TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words of Stephen -a.' Douglas; VOLUME II. XO. 35. TJ1I3V7SV, OHIO WEDNESDAY, 3STOYEMBEE 25,1863: WHOLE XUUBEIi 87. EBANA n w -v- UK B AX A UXIOX. W. KOUX, X H O Ofi-ice: Coiiison's Buihlini;, second floor, Vet side. Xorth Main-street, near the Square. ' Tekms: f L per iiimiiu. iuvarinhly iu advance. WW OF NEWSPAPERS: 1. uWritH-re who do not B;ve express notice 'i. If siihscriheni order the discontinuance ol periodicals, the puhlis'ner may contiuuc to lend them until all arrearages nr! paid. S. If suhsvrihers mirlti t or refuse to take their periodical from the otlice !o which ttiev woredi- rccted. thev aivliel.i re.-poiihletil 'lievh.ivetet-1 H..A ..... i.o! I ... i i . i: Hi U l.ic will iltllL III IK'l Ui IUC1I1 U1l.TllMll"VW. 4. If fahseriiK-rs remove to other place with-! tit informing the publisher, and tlie papers are SonttothelormerdMcc.i they are held reepou-1 fcihie. 5. TheGourtohnv...

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 November 1863

Th sure rtura of evil upon the bead of him who does it, it a consideration which I may repeat here, ai one that will tend to keep us from disposition to re Tengc injuries. We know tlat a evil done and unrepented of, wilt involve the doer in the destruction of all hia happi ness. Now cotRHcfer that whii we are nngry, or hate a deposition to retaliate or revenge, we invariably ascribe an evil motive to him who has done us the inju ry. We could not be angry unless we at the time thought the other intended us err!. If we knew or were convinced, inrmediately after the injury was det (hat the doer was sorry for it, or realTy repented of it, onr anger would cease; why then should not our anger cease . he we know that if Re has iutention a!Ty done us an injury, he will sometime le sorry for it, or else become entirely unhappy by the ruin and loss of his soul? Why should the difference of time alter th oase ? Another' consideration whfch should take away from us a revengeful disposi tion, is...

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 November 1863

URBANA UNION DIRECTORY The Markets. The Markets. GRAIN, & C. Icreeetr' Weeklr f EleklUt arw an Aacatal CllM Merukaula. Flour, per bbl.... f ."..50 Oats, per hush M Hour, extra".... o Barley, spring .... l.HQ Wheat, pr bush 1 Clover sued 6.50 Kve W Tiniothv" .... 1.75 lUTiperton 8.00 Flax " 1.75 New Corn, per bushel, 65 Old Corn, 80 PROVISIONS. 0rrete Weekly ky J. C. CmIm fimar aaA PrvUI toaale. Coffee, per B Reef, per pound, 6iil2 Pork, ' . 5i7 Baeon, ITaiii, 10 13 Mackerel, ' 10 rd, 10 Butter. 20 7M Molasses, ft. u. cv Potatoes, pr. bu. 75 Eirsrs. pr. dor- 12Jtf Chickens. 1- White FUh.S'bul, 5,73 Dried Apple,f lb, CINCINNATI. riour,... Wheat, . . Corn,... Barley,.. Ry .15.10.35.25 .. l.W,41.10 41.34a .. 25.1.S5 ... B0b3 Lard, Aula . 3- CloverSeed,. . (35.50 vi,;cw.,. ... 80ta.o4 1 Hops,..' 3 V-:iso ; NEW YORK. Flour Wheat,... Rye Barley .5.80i5.90 1 Corn . 1.2.Y41.43 804VW I Whiskey,.., ' 1.2V4135 j Beef, 60(71 50,t57 St..z!i7 5.5Gg.7.00 ; NEW YORK. Railroads. NEW YORK. Railroa...

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 November 1863

Platform of the Union Democracy The following are the resolution? passed by the State Convention of Union Democracy, helJ at Columbia, 22J Sept. X. Resolved, That we enter our solemn and deliberate protest against the doctrines of se cession and abolition, both springing from a disregard of law and constitutional obliga tion!, and we declare that it is now, as here tofore, the doctrine of the Democratic party ' that eurs is a Government of Law, and that for any and all wrongs there is a peaceful rem edy through the constitutional channels of leg islative action aud judicial decision, and that when resistance tc the laws becomes so for midable as to render them inoporative. it is not only an undoubted right but the impera tive duty of the Government to use all neces sary force to execute those laws throughout the Union, and to suppress Rebullwn. 2. Resolved, That we are opposed to the withdrawal of our armies from the States which profess to have seceded, opposed to breaking no the b...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 2 December 1863

A: ; .... TO IK A -4 . - 1 ' '- 4 j "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPH0L6 THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED S"f AT E S." Last Words op Stephex A. PocoLA3i VOLUME if. Ko. .36. TJEBAXA,. OHIO, . .EtoES: ,1868 WHOLE NUMBER 88-" ! 11 VlJi-A 1 Urbana union. drnrs: Coupon's fluiidiiie. (second flonf, rVet gidii "orU Main-street, near tlie Square. Tbms:-1. peranniilli; iflvaritblv iu advance. 1. Subscriber who do not ftive express notice t the contr -t, arc considered as tisliiii to don iiiue their iuliscriptions to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the di.-cdntimianee ot heir neriodicals, tie publisher may continue to )eud hera until all arrearages are paid. ? If liuliscriber neglect or refuse to lake tlif'r tjcrUiditalii from the office to which HiCt werertl' retted, thfr are held respoiu-ibie till tbl'y have set tled the hill and irdered tlicm discontinued. 4. If auMerrihera remove to other piiites with- ut Informing lite publisher, and tii. papers arc ent to the foruiet direct ton. they...

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

WXDXKSDAT EVEMXG, DEC. t, 186J. Tskxs: Oue Dollar per anuuin, in advuce. Tao cheapeat aiwj beat country paper in Ohio AddrtM, . J. W. Houx, Vrbaua, Ohio. T Usrio of Hfrtt the Cnion of Hand The Union of State nont can sever ; The Union of Lakci the Cnion of Lands; And the Flag or Oc Csiow Foreer! Ukbasa Ukiow U a newapapar for the people of Champaign county. It is not In the interest of an; part;, cor U 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 time-serring timidity. It will hare Tery distinct opinions on all public questions connected with government, whether Union, koto, or County : and on the expression of opin ions it will bare but ose guide, strict adher ence Xjt law. It will support the Constitution and the Laws, without regard to platforms or to party dogma. NEWS OF THE WEEK ENDING DEC. 2, 1863. Tax news of the week, with some of the weeks that have gone before, may le summed up in this: Ge...

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

Strtaiw olaiou girtrtortr. gUrfctis. GRAIN, &C. krrKtt Wkll y imbu Elthkulte) Magrew . Pajraa, A4.l cm!mU Merchant Flour, pcrbbl.... $."0 Onts, per bush CO Flour, extra".... -V70 Barley, s-,riLf .... 1.1.U Wheat, pr bush .. 110 Cioversecd 6.50 Rv .,., WO Timothy" ' 1.75 Hay.perton 8.00 Flax " 1.76 New Corn, per bushel, 79 Old Com, & raoYisioits. Orrvrtri HtfUj y J. C. !, r aad PrTiiM Dealer. eef, per poundj Pork. ' ; - ST Bacon, Haul, " 1013 Mackerel, 4 - 10 rd, ' 10 CoHee, per lb Sugar, ' ' Molasses, N. O. Potatoes, pr. bu. EiTLT. pr. don. 40 ,1B 60 14 75 12K 1.50 Butter. 20 Chickens, White FUh, K M. I l'"1 Applea.jas 6 ciKcnrxATi. flour fA 1035.25 Wheat,. .l.OS.tl.lO Corn, 1,.42 Barley, .1.85.1.1.S5 Rvo, Woo CMls - Ci overfeed,..- era. 50 Whiskey, .... 3034 Iloira, S.flO(jT,loO Lard, ;ui"J SEW YGEK. Flonr YK0V90 Wheat, 1.25.r.l.4U Rv Corn (nts Whisker,... 63271 5i,ii57 (i 7 Barley, 1.85 itlUJ ! Beef,. 5.50,J7.00 SANDUSKY. DAYTON t CINCINTI R. R. On find after Nov. 16, 1S63...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 2 December 1863

Platform of the Union Democracy Tho following are the resolutions passed by the ,9tate Convention of Union Democracy, held at Columbus, 22d Sept. 1. Revived, That we enter our solemn and deliburate protest Bgainet the doctrines of se ceescion md abolition, both springing from a disregard of law and constitutional obliga tions, and we declare that it is now, as here tofore, the doctrine of the Democratic party that ours is a Government of Law, and that for any and all wrorg 3 thert is a peaceful rem edy through tb constitutional channels of leg Wathre sstion and judicial decision, and that when resistance to the laws become so for midable as to render thera inoperative, it is not only an undoubted right but the impera tive duty ot tlw Government to use all neces sary Toroe to execute those laws throughout the Union, and to suppress Rebellion. 2. Resolved, That we are opposed to the Withdrawal of our amies from the States which profess to have seceded, opposed to breaking up the block...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 9 December 1863

a - 4 j . - " ,r f f r i ' j ---r "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE C0NSTITUTI0?( 0F. THE UNITED STATES."- Vom or Stepuex a. Douglas. VOLUME II. NO. 37. UBBAAr OHIOrWEDNESDAX, DECEMBER 9, 1808.; ; ;. WHOLE NUMBER 89.- ': URB ANA -.UNION. or, V. HOCX, PROIH. Op-ricn: Omi1n's BuiUin;, (second floor, Vest ido North Main-street, near the Square. Terms: $1. per annum, invariably In advance. LAW Of MWSPAPERS: 1. Sab.criOers who do not pve express notice the contrary, arc coiiskk to.' as uibhki-rtocon-lnae their iulHicrljitions to the i4'or. 3. If snbserther order tlie di-wimtlnnance o( licir periodicals, the jmnlhsbtr m continue to end them until all arrearages arc paid. Si. If subscribers nc-li-ct or refuse to take their periodicals from t h- oliicc to -w hich they were di rect ed, they are held re-.ponsi.ile till thev havesct tied the -Mil and ordered them discontinued. . 4. If sulncriher-i remove to other place with out Informing the yublinher, and the papers arc sent to thcfo...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 9 December 1863

URBANA UNION. WEDXESBAT ETEMAC, DEC. , ISM. Tkkxs: One Dollar per Mnua,ii advance. The cheapest nl beat cotuitrj paper !n Ohio Address, J. W. llrir t'rbana, Ohio. Tm Cmos of ncarta 1 Union of Han4 The Caion of gtatea none can sever; The CitioD'of taSes the Union of lEd; And Wm T.o o? Or Usiow Forevorl L Th Umiak Unio ia newspaper for the people of 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 lrlll not be fettered. It will not be Neutral for that means time-serving timidity. It win bare Tery distinct opinions on ali public qneetlons connected with government, whether Union, State, or County: and on the expression of opin ions it will have but one guide, strict adher ence to law. It will support the Constitution and the Laws, without regard to platforms or to party dogma. Congress. UWDEft ttiis Seal we shall give the actual do Ihgs of Cooyjess on- to necessary business of the country. Jtlere- 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. — 9 December 1863

Urbana Union Directory. Urbana Union Directory. The Markets. GRAIN, &C. Tarraetri Weekly T Elefcholtaj Jf.swe X Pavat, Att-ontal Oril!o Merckant. Flour, per bM.... M 0atsi per bush 65 . Li si Trt Rurlpv. nl-ino' . 1 XI) r lour, Mm .... a - - " Wheat, pr bash.. 1.10 Clover need 650 KT r - . .. 90 Timothy" 1.75 ! " 4oM T?i.... tl T T. HaT. per tOD..... la-w rma .w Kew Core, per bushel, 80 Old Corn, to PROVISIONS. Canwtti Weekly aj J. O. Taalaoa, rar aaa frlalra Dealer. Jeet, per pound, 6(4 18 I Coffee, per lb 0 Pork.' : 5vj7 Sutr, 4 141 u A TT..T - Mlk-lJ M,ilvAK.O. tfO Mackerel, UMVU, A i ..... , - - ' , 1 - 10 10 Potatoes, pr. bu. 1 irrrR. or. doa. 75 vird 12J4- Batter." 20 Chickens, 1.50 White Fish, '(bbl, 5,75 Dried A lpl,?. CINCINNATI. Flour Wheat,... I'uru , Barter,... .15.10.11.5.25 .. l.OtvU-10 ... .. l.&wl:w OatS - Clover Seed,.. Whiskev, .... 80a4 Hoirs,.." S.C0tf3.o0 Lard, NEW YORK. Flour Wheat,... Rve Barter,... ..f3.80.a5.90 .. 1.2.1 cM-' so,a"no .. i.35ij4ia5 L:o...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 9 December 1863

Platform of the Union Democracy The following are tW resolutions passed by the State Convention of Union Democrasy, lielJ at Columbus, 22J Sept. 1. Resolved, That we enter our solemn arid deliberate protest against the doctrines of se cession and abolition, both springing from a disregard 'f law and cors.'titutional obliga-' Hons, and we declare that it i now, as here tofore, the doctrine of the Democratic party that eurg is a Government of Law, and that for a'ayand all wrongs there U a peaceful rem edy through the constitutional chaunel of leg islature action and judicial decision, and that when resistance to the laws become so for midable as to render them inoperative, it is not only an undoubted right but the impera tive duty '61 the Government to use all neces sary force to execute those laws throughout the Union, and to suppress Kebelliim. 2. Resolved, That we are opposed to the withdrawal of our armies from the States which profess to have seceded, opposed to bre&kiag up t...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 16 December 1863

TO IRAN A "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." East Words op Stemes a. Douglas. . . , -.. ...--i,, - " - ' " r " " " 1 ' " VOLUME II. NO. 38. TJH33A.ISr5 OHIO, "WEDNESDAY, DECMBEE 16, 1863. WIIOLE NUMBER-90. tJRBANA UNION -w. kovx, pnoP'ii. OmoB: Conlson's Buildine, (second floor, West lide North Main-atreut, near the Square. Terms : $1. per annum, invariably In advnnco. LAW OF REWSPAPERI: 1. Smbscrlbers who do not give express notice o tn contrary, are considered as wiBlung to con Jnuo their ubscriptions to the paper. D. If subscribers order the discontinuance of heir periodicals, the publisher may continue to end them until all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their f enoaicais iroui tne omce to wuicn tuey were ui rectad, they are held responsible till they have set tled the Mil and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscriber remove to other places witli at Informing the publisher, and the papers arc tent to...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 16 December 1863

URBANA UNION. WEa.YKSDAY EV E.MSG, DEC. 16, 1863. rKMs: One Dollar per annum, in advance TIjo cheapest and bet country paper in Ofcfo Juldresa, J. Vf. Hocxr Vrbatm, Ohio. Thi U.no of IIcrt the Union of Ilandi Th Union of State none can aover; Th Union of Lakes the Union of Lands; And the Fna of Ocb Unio Forcverl Tbb fistii Uwios is a newspaper for the people of 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 will not be fettered. It will not be Neutral for that means tiaic-scrving timidity. It will hare Try distinct opinions on all public questions connected with government, whether Union, Boats, 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 ths Laws, without regard to platforais or to party dogmas. Congress. Cdb this head we shall give the actual do ings of Congress on the necessary business of the count...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 16 December 1863

Strbaa3-tnictt iUrrrtorg. - - GUAIN. 4C. rr9ett4 TTerVly by Jofcw Klchboltrt Mna-rew i riniir nerhlil f.")."0 Oats, iter hush..... OS Flour extra-.... S T(i Barley, sprm;; Wheat, pr tmsu .. 1 (. loversecd.. Kve "... w Timothy" .. HaT.rerton 1S.00 Flax " .. New Corn, per bushel, 80 Old Corn,.. .0.5(1 1.75 . 1. raovisiOKS. rV'mKl M'wllj kr J. C Conine", tncvr ! l'ravlla Irlr. Jeef, pet pound, 6 & V2 1 Coffee, per lb -t..rV i.d 7 Suirar. ' ' ' 40 11(316 N) 12.' 1..W Bacon, 11am, 10 IS 1 Molasses, NVO. Mackerel; 10 Potatoes, r. 1)U. u-d, Bnttcr, 10 Eirirs. ir. doz. SO Chickens, White Flli,-?i 5,70 Dried Apples,?!, cikciskati. Flour,... Wheat,.. Corn, Barley,.., Kje, ...-.10,it5.25 ... l.W.t 1.10 . . . -tli" .'. 1.257 1.35 . . . bOOo OnU,. Clover Seed,. Whiskey, ... Hoirs Lard, S'i tfT5A0 .sMaa.so SEW TCEI. r Wflj.PO 1 Com .'l.-JVci.-Pi j Oats SicV I Whiskey,.. 1.25. iloS i Beef, 71 Flour,... Wheat,.. Rye Barley, . . 5'Ht 57 ! titi ".o7 5.50ux7.00 j SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCIN'TI R. R. O...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 16 December 1863

Platform of the Union Democracy. The following re the resolutions passed by lh State ConTemton of Union Democracy, he'.J at Cul-Jiubus, C2J Sqit. 1. Rmilvtd, That we ester otjt solemn anJ deliberate protest againsi the doctrines of se oaeion and abolition, both springing from a disregard of law and constitutional obliga tion, and tre d-c'are that it is now, at here tofore, the doctrine of the Democratic party that ur is a Government of Law, and that for any and all wrongs there is a peaceful rem edy through the constitutional channel of Icg islatire action and judicial decition, and that when resistance to the laws become- so for midable at to render thera inoperative, it it Dot only an undoubted right but the knpera' tiTe duty ot the Gorernment to use ail nweeS' ary force to execut those lawi throughout th Union, and to suppress Rebellion. 2. Retolved, That we are opposed to tlx Withdrawal of our armies from the States which profess to hava seceded, opposed to breaking up the block...

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