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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 January 1864

URBAJSTA "TT "T" TELL THEH TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STAT E S." Last Words op STEriiEx A. Dovolas. VOLUME II. XO. 44. TmBAwY, OHIO, AYEDNESDAY, ARl? 27, 1864 WHOLE NUMBER 9f; LTRBAXA UNION. jr. w. xzotrx, j.oxxc Orririt: Condon's Building, ( second f "or, R"et sidt North Mstn-etreet, uear tlic Square. Termo: ft. per aunuui, Invariably in advance UW OF NEWSPAPERS: 1. 8bncrilcrs who do not rive express notice o th h cootrirv, arc considered as wishing to con inne their suliseriptions to the pn;er. 2. If subscribers ordiT the diseontimmnce of heir periodicals, the publisher may continue to tend them until all arrearage are paid. 8. If subscribers neirleet or refuse to take their periodical from the ol'.ice to which they were di rected, tlicv arched responsible tillthey have set tled the bill and ordered tliem discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with out Informing the publisher, and the papers are lent to the former direction, they are...

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 January 1864

URBAN A UNION. M2i).ESDiY EVE.MXC, JAN. 87, 185. Terms: Ouo Dollar per nuum,ln advance. TU cheapest and best country paper In Ohio Addroas, J. V. Ilorx, Urbaua, Ohio, Tsfi UK f Hsarta ine Union of Handa - The Colon of Statsantm can aere rj TUa Union of Likes tie Union of LunrU; And tin Tiao or Or Uio rorerer! tTKaa ta anaa combine. CO men IBM nlte. Bmk. Th Consdttttional-'Ciiion Ticket in 1864, TOH PRESIDENT OF THS TNITSD 6TATE8, jGEO. B. McCL'ELX.AlS', of Sew Tort FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WM. B. CAMPBELL. of TraneasM. Congress. . - ' f"CxDKJt this boad we ahall jive the actual do ing of Uongreaa on the oeceeeary business of the eoantry. Jera partlion propoalUona to mace what la called "a record," and Intended for bm In the next election, will be noticed only ao far a necesaary to abow the temper and feeling of tbebody. Thi election committees hare reported against Ilowing seats to Mr. Scgar, of Virginia, and to the members from Lou isiana. Mr. Segar bad a seat in tbs last Congress, bat ...

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 January 1864

Urbana Union Directory. GSAIIt, tC. 3erre.ted Weekly kr Jolia Etrhhoitt; Macros .VitentM Cawtulwlon Mtrkiiit. Flonr, perbbl 5 50 Oats, rer huth Klour, extra" 5.7d Barley, spring Wheat, pr bush .. 1.15 Clover se-d Hye " i.m Timothy" Kay, per ton Is. 00 Flax ." Now Corn, per bushel, bo Old Corn, shelled, PS0VISI0ITS. Crrerto Y.ekly by J. c. Cul.o, tiroov mmi 1'r.vl.La Dealer. Jeer, per pound, Pork, ' ; 5a? Bacon, Ham, 10 13 Mackerel, ' 10 -rd, 10 Buttef, a) Coffee, per lb -Sugar, ' ' Molasses, N. O. Potatoes, pr. bu. F.srirs, pr. do. HIG Lmckens, 1.50 White Fish, ' bbl, 5,75 Dried Apple.,?), CnTCEfHATI. Flour,.... Wheat,... Jorn,... 8arly,.... 7 .$5.10?5.S5 .. l.CKrf.1.10 ... 4142 .. 1.35-al.85 OatB, Clover Seed,. fr.5.50 80;,? w hiskey, Hoirs, .... Laid, .3.60it3.0 JTEW TOES. Flour, $5.80g5.90 Wheat 1.25,'il.43 Xv Barler 1.25,iia5 Corn Oats Whiskey,.. Beef, 3ti.T37 5.50si.00 SANDUSKY, DAYTON & CINCIN'TI R. R. fT- rrsc i f, - r-.-w yg- On and after Nov. 16, 1S63, Trains will pass ...

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 January 1864

A Charming Little Story. In the tribe of KegjJch there W:i3 a torre ilese fame ras spread f.ir oc 1 near, ond a BeJouin of another tribe, by nawo Puher, desire! extremely to possess it. Ilavk'g 3ered in vain for it his camels and his whole wealth, he hit at length xipoa the following device, by which he hoped to gaiu the object of his desire. Ho resolved to stain his face with the juice of an horb, to clothe himself in rags, to tie his legs and neck together, 60 s to apper lite a lame beggar. Thus equipped he went to Naber, the owner of the horse, who he knew was to pass that way. When he saw Naber approaching on his beautiful steed, he cried out in a . weak voice, 'I am a poor stranger; for three dayi I have been unable to move from this spot to seek for food. I am dying; help we, and Heaven will reward you.' The Bedouin kindly offered to take him up on his horse and carry him Lome; but the rogue replied, 'I cannot rise; I have no strength left.' Naber. touched with pity, dismounte...

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 February 1864

"TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED ST'AT'ES.'.'-Last Words of Stspden a. Douglas, VOLUME II. NO. 45. UHBA.ISrA., OHIO, "WEDNESDAY, FBETJAEY 8, 1SG4. whole mimi ti. UNION LTRBANA UNION. jr. tv. xiovx, psioxxxi. - " Oftick: Coulson'a Building, (econd floor, fF eat side North Main-street, near the Square. Tekms: tl. per annum, Invariably In advance. uw it mwiMKiii 1. Sabuc.-ibera who do not irlve express notice o the contrary, are con.idercd at wishing to con tnu their sulmcriptlonR to the paper, t. If aubscribers order the discontinuance of heir periodical, ttie publisher may continue to lend thciu unlil all arrearages are paid. 5. If subscribers neirtwt or refuse to take their periodicals from the oiTice to which they were di rected, tbev are held responsible till thry bare set tled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with nt Inform'mc the publisher, and the pners are ent to the former direction, they are...

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 February 1864

URBANA UNION. WIDAESDII EVEMMl, ttB. S, 1864. Tbrms: Oue Dollar per annm,tu advance. The elisapoat and best country paper ia Oliio Address, J. W. Hocx, Urban, Ohio. T Urwi at rtelrta the Union of Hands '" Tire Ctfiofl of States none can seTer; Tb Uaioti of Lake the Union of Lands; And the Flab ov Oun Usion Forever! "trheB bad men eoraWne, oct mea must unite." &rMe. Th ConBtitutional-Uaioa Ticket in 1864. for rBKstrjfi.vr of the cxited states, GEO. B. McCLELL AN", of New York. FOB VICE PRESIDENT, WM. B. CAMPBELL, of Tennessee. Congress. 1 ftJjTDBB thli head we sfiafl give the actual do ing of Congress on the necessary business of the ountry. Mere partizan propositions to make what is called ua record," and intended for use la the next election, will be noticed only so far M necessary to rixnr tbe temper and feeling of tie botfy.J .. . " Thi bunsiness in Congress consists so far in the offering of propositions for legislation. Many of these proposals are of a kind not within the 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. — 3 February 1864

Urbana Union Directory. GHAUT, 4C. OMFMtclWMklrtr J.h F.l.hkoltz: lacmi a Payae. Ag-eut.; CeimUlu Merchant. Flour, periibl.... $3.50 Oats, per bush 6." Flour, extra" 5.7o Barley, spring l.;!5 Wheirt, jc buk .. 1.15 Clovcrsecd 8 7.i Rye 1.00 Timothy " .... 2.IKJ Hay. per ton H.00 Flax " 2.00 Now Corn, ior iiusliel, 65 Old Corn, shelled, 1,00 PE0VISI0X3. Ctmrtrt Weekly Vt J. C. f ealsoa, 4rr mmA Prvl.io Dealer. Jeef, par pound, ti&Vi Pork, . . f.j.7 Bacon, Ham, 10 13 Mackerel, 4 10 ird, 10 Butter, ' SO YVnite Fish, H' Ml, Coffee, p or lb 40 Sueur, 4 ' Httjlti MohlsSOS. O. 00 Potatoes, pr. ba. li0 KiTLT, pr. aor, . , IS Chickens, ' 1.50 Dried Applea,Vtt. CIHCHmATI. Flour 5.10:,75.25 I Oats,. 52 05.50 .. 80'AiH ..S.00uT3O0 Wheat l.OSyil.10 Corn, 4Ui42 Barley....... 1.251.85 Bye, 05.,03 Clover Seed, Whiskey, ... Hogs Lard, irrw toss. riour f5.WR5.90 1 Corn 69.31 Wheat, 1.21WU.42 J Oats . 567 Rve SO.rftiO Whiskey,... 30.rt.S7 Blriey 1.25.135 Beef, 5.50.7.00 SANDUSKY, DAYTON & C1NC...

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 February 1864

England's Responsability. EARL RUSSELL TO MR. ADAMS. FOREIGN OFFICE, Sept. 11, 1863. Sir I Lava recieved your letter vl tlie 5lk iat, arid Lav read il tilh groat regret. - It Las been the aim of the government I of G i eat Britain to maintain a strict neutrali ty bejwmi.tlie parties who for two years Ifiive carried on a civil War of mnual extent and Ids.-, o! life on the coatiusnt of North America. .C-V -- . Her Majesty's government have, for the most part succeeded in this impartial course. If they have boea unable to prevent some vi olations of neutrality -on" the part of the Queen's ..subject,. Uie causa hat been that Great Btil&iu is a country which is governed by dot'.uiUt laws, aud is not subjeot to arbitra ry will. But law, as you are well aware, is enforced here, as in the United States, by in dependent courts of justice, .which will not admit .assertion for procf, nor conjecture for certainty. ' " " la the Case still pending of the iron-clad steam rams at Birkenhead, Ai...

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 February 1864

IM0KT. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STAT ES.'-Last Words or Stephen a. iouotAS. VOLUME II. NO. '46. TJTUSJNA., OHIO, WEDSTESrA.Y5 FEBllTJA-IlY lO, 1864:. whole mnn S3. CJRBANA UNION. XV. XX O ITS, m.0 3PH. OrTrci:-Cdtilnn' BuiMini?, ( second floor, fTcet side Jfortu Mniti-Str&et, near the Square. Tkrms: tl. por anOunl( IhTttrlftbly in advance. ' LAW OF KEWSPAPERii 1. Subscribers who do not five CTpresa notice o the contrary, are considered as wishing to c&n- - inue their gubfcriptious to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of . lielr periodicals, the publisher may continue to lend them until all arrearages are paid. S. If subscribers nejrleet or refuse to take their periodicals from the oilice to which they were di rected, thev are held responsible tiil they have set tieJ the bii'l and ordered thera discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to 01 her places with out lnforminr the publisher, and the papers are cut to the...

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 February 1864

Wl.ESDiT EVEXIXG, IE3. 10, 1S61. TtfRvs: Oue Dollar per annum, in advance. The cheapest and best c.niulry raper In Ohio Address, J. V rjocx, Vrbuna, Ohio. t si Uk!W r Hearts the Union of Hands The Unirm of SUtes none can sever; Tue Union of Lakes the Union of Lauds; And the Flag ofOctr Usiox Frtrererl Vl' -!.' 41 Wbfn bad met (ombinr, eoo4 men " nin nnlte." Burke. The Constitutional Union Ticket in 1864 FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. GEO. B. McCLELLAN. of New York. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. WM.B. CAMPBELL of Tennessee. Congress. Usdcb this head we shall five the actual do ings of Congress on the necessary business of the Bountry. - More partiicui iropof itions to ni.il; e what is.ca.tied "a record," and intended for use in th next election, will Iiq noticed only go far 3 uecj-sary to sIijw thj leaver and feeling of tfce fc!y. ' "' JIakT' years njro, in tlie period of ;i prent distru.-t as to tlie mode iu winch liislne.s was done in the Iep:irtmeuts, a series of. committees was create...

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 February 1864

Urbana Union Directory. r 'K 1 ' Zt ptrkcls. GBilJ., &C. 44rra.U4 Weekly I Jks l--kotts MKrew. Jr i-7H-. 4Mtt C-atll-' Merchant. FWnr, per bbl,... Si.'.- Oats, je. iMtf-h..,.. f.iTur, eitra".... 5.7d Barley, spring .... l-Wli-at, pr tin. U. ,f I iM CMoTcr eecd 700 f-v . .. ", l.lt fimoiby" - X .OO Hay. per too 11.00 Flax ... ,-. . . . g 00 Saw Curn, per Unsliel, -5 Corn, slitUed, -o ;. PaOTISIOKS, " Carraete- Wktjr fcj i, Ci Cnlin, 4Jre.r aad ProvMaa Dealers Jef, per pound; 8 Pork. ; - - 5(7 Bicoa. Ham, ' 10 13 Mackerel, -: 1'J .rtrd, 10 toffee, per 2 ' : 40 Sllgjf, S , &1- Moiasscs, N. O. 60 Potatoes, fr. bit. 4 100 FsT-S. lir. jio. 1' Butter.' 5 ' ' go Chicken., 1 " 1.50 Wl-ite Fish, X bbl, 5,75 Dried Aptlcs.ib, 4 -. CIKCINHATI Flour,.. Whoat, . Uorn, . . . Barter,., Bye,.... ..f3.10jLi5.25 I O:ts 52 (r 5.50 .. l.OoUl.lO Clover Seed, . .-.b4-1.05 1 1.35 Hu .....V..3i-Vo.s0j S0..-4 La..-,. .... 0;ia;. FEW TOES. Flour, . . Wheat,. Rye, ... Barley,. .$5. .90 Corn. ....... cTl...

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 February 1864

Marriage. 7 If f'aere is a t'e deeme J sacred on earth oJ holy in a brighter land, 'tis that which binds man to bis kindrsd pirit to become as one in unity and lore; and yet it rarely happens that be properly appreciates the kindness and sincerity of the female heart, by setting right ralue oa a gcui.so productive of happiness to the possessor. There is nothing in life bo pure and devoted. as the unquencha ble love of woman more priceless than the geins of Golconda, and more devout than the idolatry of Mecca, is the unseal el and gushing tendcrdess which flows from the fount of a female heart. It Biay here with propriety be .ashed, what so oflen enhances the sorrow of the fdmale heart, causing many anxious days and sleepless night? Js it not for the inconstancy of man? For whose sake does she bid adieu to the home of her childhood? t"Forwhom doesfhe Jeave the loved father and the doting mother, and the sweet sister who played with her in infancy? To whom does she cling with a fond e...

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 February 1864

TR U A W A UNION, TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." LvST Yv'ords of Stephen a. Docglas. VOLUME II. XO. 47. UEBAJTA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBEUAEY 17, 1864. WHOLE KUMEtR .99. URBAN A UNION J"- W. HOTJI, nio r"ix. Office: Coulfcn's Buiidine, (second floor, West Hide Xorth JLiiu-strect, iieiir the Square. Tbkms: 41. per aunnni, invariably in advance. LAW OF StWSPiPERS: 1. Subscribers viho do not trive express notice o the contrary, are considered as wishing to con juue their subscriptions to the paper. t. If subscribers order the discontinuance ol heir periodicals, the publisher msy continue to end them until aii arrearage are paid. 8. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the oUtce to which they were di rected, they are held responsible til! they have set tled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to oilier place with out Infurmins the publisher, aud the paper 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. — 17 February 1864

URBANA UNION. WEDNESDAY EVENING, FEB. 17, 1864. TlKMS: Otic loliar per anmftu.in Jance. Tie cheapest and best enquiry paper in Ohio Address, J. W. Horx, Urbaiia, Ohio. IV " Tun fvmw of Heart the Union of Hands The tViun of States none can sever; Th Union of Lake the Union of Lanila; And the Fio of Our C.nios Foreverl WhWbad men combine, coot men i , - must Mite." Bwto. The Constitutional-Union Ticket in 1864. FOB PRESIDENT 07 THE UNITED STATES, GKfcO. B. McCLELLAN, of New York. " FOK VICE PRESIDENT. WM. 13. CAMPBELL, . of Tennessee. Congress. Uk-mB this heal we shall give the tctnal do fags of Congress on the necessary business of the country.'' Mere partisan propositions to make wb.atH called "a record," and intended for use In the nexf election, will be noticed only so far u necessary to siiow the temper and feeling of the body. The whiskey bill still hangs between the two bouses. The owners of whiskey now a hand wiisli very much to gjt rid of the tiir, nd so protect their gaiu in...

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 February 1864

Urbana Union Directory. Urbana Union Directory. The Markets. G3VIH, tC. lwctrtf Wtrllj fcj J..h (Clkhollis Umi X ! tjrnvt eit iltemlftll AlvrvhMiilK. Flour, per b'lil.... $5.50 Mats, per hueli C5 Flour, extra ' .YTtt Haile;., spring ....Ivy , Wheat, pr but-h . . 1 1 Cl i'i ced TuO R?e 110Tiim.il!-.... xuu nv. Irrum.... . ivwi mix - u.u;.i New Cum, per bushel, u.j old Cora, s Lelled, So F3-V15I3NS. Corrrclrd tNv.tt) l J. . Caiil.uit hrMcra.J 1'ri.t I.Iim lvU-r. tcef, per pwui !, si f..rk. ; 6 n-oii. ILi'u, lu uiercl, . . ml, ' ' H'lltlT, Wliite FUli, ' 1)1.1, 1 I .' lee. in-r ii. ' 7 I !Si;a r, ' ! I M l;.-M. N. '. 1 i'ol.ll.K-s, J. l.U H ! lv.". I r. -I... 3I UiicU'U.-.. ' ,Tj ; Dried Apj Icb.V'' CIKCINXATI. .. 10. .":.") I (:.! ... 1 US tl.V) I Clover Seed,.. 1 ,.4i I Wliitkev . .. l.r. M..c. (l. .-," : GtUW I Lu.r-1 SEW YJ3S. ..?." so, .YitO I c'.ru .. ..- i i ; ias so '.it j Wliiskev,... . . l.ii 1-m Bt-uf,...' S ' Ftonr Wjeai,... Coru Sirlev, .. Rye,:.... 5a! in YUl t;:i... Tl 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. — 17 February 1864

Stoves and Tin-ware. 1 KEA! Efi. I3iL'CEME.-TS TO BUYEU3 THAN J EMIItAT LOCHABD'S, 12 a. XTaa-iaan &. rrcboa's SI jcl, whore can be obtained the beet WHICH W1LI. BK STCYES, Offered for Cash, And on as reasonable term as at any other establish ment North of Cincinnati. Wo will als-o keep cou ttantly on hard and will sell ut the lowest piuw a gen eral ab&otuueat ol TLN, Ctiili'liB. . - - mass, ip.on ant ' EXAMELEU VASE, P U) IH0NS. F ET.I'T V FoK ChTtHNS OK ELLS. And. in feet, CTcry article cf gouii pertaining to onr basilic. - TIN ROOFING, OF SPOTTING AND JOB WORK Every possible description done on the bhortcst notice sud W AllHAJf TED i' For Particulars inquire within" Our Kstoblirfim.erit 'at all hourc.' It is needless to particularize the articles kept by us t-we have EVEHYTIIING IN VIE STQYE AMD TIN-WARE LINE I ilYZ llYiii'XKZT WITH HALE! But as counsel is necessary to the bot of persons s may give you A Few Words cf Advice: If yon want Stoves for Church, Hall, Office, Pa...

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 February 1864

vA.Tr? BJN ION. -t;. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.'ast XTobes or Steptiz A. j)crci.As. , r " - ' '. - ' ' ' ' ' ' ' " ' '"" ' ' v". ' - VOLUME II. NO. 48. URBANA, OIIIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1S64. WHOLE NUMBER ICO.'"' URBANA UNION w. bovx, mo Omra: Ciilvn' Biiildintf, ( second floor, A est tide North Maiu-street, near the Pqiiarp. 'Txasrs: !L per auhuin, invariably in advance. UW IF ItWIf Artlt: 1. SnbscriiH'ra who do not give erpress notice t the contrary, are considered as Wishing t o.tl imie their sulV.eiptt.tns to the paper. 3. ii' su')serilers order the Jiseoutioiiance ol heir periodicals, the publisher u;.: -ontiiiuc to end them until all ifrmrairi art- ', aid. 3. If subscribers neirlevt "f refuse to take their leriti-iintl from the odice to llirfc tliey Weredi .ected thev arc held respoiisihle till tltry have set Hod the 'd'l vnd or.Ured them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places wiHi it tnrortiiintr the i ub...

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 February 1864

URBAN A UNION wca.VEsaiv eve.vi.m:, tlx h, yn. Tiaxj: Oivc Dollar jer .minra,(n n '.vauea. Tlie cheapest and best country p:pcr 'n Ohio AUresa, J. YV. Hocx, I'rbaiia, CUlo. Tn UfT of Hearts (he Union of Han.1 Trrt frrlnriTif ftntoj none enr sever; The Union of Iiki s 1be Union of Lam'..; Aud the FLiO or Our Csios Forever! "When bad men combine, good men "When bad men combine, good men must unite."--Burke. The Constitutional-Union Ticket in 1864. FOR PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES. B. McCLELLAN, of New York. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, FOR VICE PRESIDENT, WM. B. CAMPBELL, of Tennessee. Congress. rimia this head we sh;di give the actnal do-1 lnps of Congress oa the ueocssarj badness of the j nnntry. More partisan proposition? to make j whit 1 called "a record," and intended for tir-c I In the t eleciioii, will be noticed only so far a necjsary to thow the ioniser ana iCviiu;; oi tht body. Thi whiskey tax, which was brought iato Congress very goon after they met, and promptly passed by the Hou...

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 February 1864

Urbana Union Directory. GEAIN, 4C. Brflflt J ill j k, J.ki. Eh-hkoltit Haxrewe 4 lejrae1AaTea1'iiiiilesi JI rvhit. Floor, per bW. f 5.51 O.its, per bu.il. . . CZ Wheal, pr bush . . 1 - Clover seed. ....... T (" KT ' ' ,iVi " l.Ui Thmnhy-'.i.! HT.perton l'vUO Vlnx " :JiVii New Corn, per bubhel, Co Old Corn, shelled, 65 -., .!' , (. 3 FEOVISIOSS. Corrected Ww.-l.ljr by J. C. r.uN.s.j , t ' -fereeer a.d I'r.vLl,,. Ieu!rr. Jeef, per pound, (iiiVJ Pork. ' J . . 5va r i Bacon, Ham, ' 10 lo I Mackerel, . 10 -rd, ' 10 CoV.ee, per ft ' ' 1 10 Ku-ar,. .'- ' Miil.i.-ses. X. O. Nj l'ntittix, pr. bs. - I'M KtTLts. jt. dor.. IS Clik'keits, 4 l.So Butter, 20 White Fish, JV bbl, 5,75 lit itd Apples,?!!., CISCIXXATI. Flour J." 10,i5.iS I (:its Wheat, ..i. .. 10,il.liH I lover Seed,. Voru, -11 I Viiikcv, .... Barley,.. .j.t.l.M II. .srs, ... Rje, 60 jiCo I Lai d, 5' (fr.Y.V:. DO o4 FEW YORK. Flour $.YS0i7.Y5O I Corn Wheat l.itt .il.4i ; Oat. .... . SUe "so I Whiskcv... Birlev 1.2 rfl.io t ISccf. r..M...

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 February 1864

Stoves and Tin-ware. 05? R EATER INDUCEMENTS TO BUYERS TEAS LOCKABD'S, Ho. A EaufiYnaa & TXelsca's Slock, when can b chulned tbe best STOTES, Offered for Cash, Ad on as reasonable termi H at bi other estabhsh uent North of Cincinnati. We will lo keep con eiautly on hand aud wul sell tt the low ast price a gen eral assortment ot , -TIX, C01TER, " bXdiroks. sKuri ware, srooxs. rnrw K0B.ClSTIRStOWlTJ.. And. in tart, every article at good pertaining to our J32EIM' IIPART1OTT. J03 work or Xttt possible description done on the shortest ootier 4 ! For Frficu!ar Inquir within" Qttt? JUiUiAlmierit t mil hour.' It It needless fo particulariae the srtidee kept by we have - EVERYTHING r Tim STOVE AND TIN -WARE UNE1 A-YD ALL WILL MEET WITH SALE I Eat as counsel Is necessary to the best of persona we may jits job A Few Wordi of Advice : TfTon want Storea tor Church, Hall, Offlce, Parlor, Bed-room or Kitchen If yon want anything whatever In the way of Stove yurniture , If too want any Job Work...

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