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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 June 1862

UNION. TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words of Stephen a. Douglas. TJKBIsrV, OHIO, "WIH D S 13 AY, JTT2STE 11, 1862. 3STO.-11.. VOL. I. Poetry for the Hour. WAR. BY A. P. MILLER. Down in the itreet there' a trampling of feet. And the big drums boom on the top of the Mil; There's a clatter of swords and a murmur of words, . And reina are ewellir -rith blood to spill. And the fife and drum through the long streeU come. And the flags are let loose from window and wall; There are loud " Hurrahs !n and the brass band plays ; And what does it mean, this music and all ? Why, a sound came np from the far-off South, And the war dog barked ere the morning light, And a thrill went fivr through the heart of the North, And the men rose up like a storm ia the night The face of women are washed with tears. For the men they love are in battle array ; O, what can the beautiful women do f What can a woman but weep and pray ? Why, buckle the sword 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. — 11 June 1862

UK B AX A U N'lON WEDYLSE1T ZTSTTVC, JiXE 11, 1362. Terms: Oue Dollar per annum, iu ailvancc Tbo cbeaj esl and btst country vapor iu Ohio! J. V. llocx, Uibana, Ohio. The Cn'Ios of Hem!.1 the L'nlon of Iltinds; The Colon of Sliites none can fever; The Union of Lakes tie Union of Larn'.s ; And the Flao or Ovb Unios Forct cr '. New Spasm. . GovernorStaxley, tlic Military Gov ernor of North Carolina lias, in the dis charge of his new duties. igsncJ an order closing certain negro school?, which cer tain people of the North had recently established. On the rumor of this act reacting Washington, Mr. Sumner, the automatic agent of all anti-slavery spasm, moved a resolution calling on the Secre tary at "War for copies of the commis sions and instructions given to the mili tary governors of States. These com missions and instructions have been fur nished (see lelow) and they are precisely t ueh as the case require J and in strict eonformity -with law.' The commission Brakes him Governor, and ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 June 1862

Urbana Union Directory. Sty Utarfccts. GKAIH, C. Cerrectea tMklr t El'kk.lt. i rews Pave, AU1 Ceseastoaleai SerofcU. Flour, per bbl...; H.75 ')ats, per busli Floor, extra".... 5.00 Barley " ... Wheat, pr bush .. 80 Clover seed.. . Rve 40 Timothy " ... Hay, per ton 8.00 Flax " ... Corn, per bushel, 83 45 250 ..0.00 O.OO .. 1.0C PBOVISIOJTS. Cerrcctee Wnklr r . C. ""'"" Beef, per pound, Pork, ' Bacon, Ham, Vaekrel. 4 5(38 6(4 9 7i8 Coffee, per ft 22335 Snpar, Molasses. N. O. 60 85 10 Potatoes, pr. bu. Etrga, pr. dot White Fish, 'bbl, 4,00 6 1.30 6 Chickens, Butter, 67 Dried Applesoft), CIKCIHHATI. ..-?4.15?4.30 Oats, 81 , . 1.00 Clover Seed, . .i.5t'd 5.00 ... ?Ja35 Whiskey, 1om18 ... 6iV70 Hoirs o.TWrAOO Flour,. Wheat, Corn,.. Barley, Bye, 5050 Lard, o;S;i HEW TOEK. Flour 5.00g5.30 Wheat, L10.iil.S0 Rve Barley, 80.4.35 Corn.....-..-. 65 58 Oats 8S41 Whiskey,... 2-J..J28 Beef, 4-75j5.50 SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINC1NTI R. R. 33 On and after May 5, 1963, Trains will pass this (Urbaaa) aUtion,...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 June 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. A. peed y coat very often covers a ieart in fall bloom. 1 Truth is immortal, nd lie some times as long-lived as Methuselah. ."-A scolding wife is generally a high-toned woman. . The most brutal man has a hogs head full of brains euch as they are. A man's money seldom grows more than half as fast as his love of it. A, woman is lite tar melt her, and she will take any form you please. Prentice says there is no braver iouI en earth than the soul of oar Foote. A man never so beautifully shows his own strength as when he respects wo man's 6oftaess. ' , The gorgeous trappings of the dead are but the outward dressings of the pride of weeping survivors. It often happens to genius as to epoons, the plated article talcs the place ,f te real metal. . .,-. .- - .- Thank God, Madam, I have con tracted BO bad habite." Jv'o, sir, you have expanded them." The battles, in which a man a chieves his. noblest life-victories, are fought in solitude. ' J Some men are lite gardens en c...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 June 1862

. . jap M UNION. jfT ;7 t '' VOL. I. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD TJEBANA, OHIO, THE CONSTITUTION OF WEDNESDAY, JTJJSTE 18, 1862. THE UNITED STATES."-!' Worm of se.n a. Dowlas. 2STO. 12. Our Story-Teller. Our Story-Teller. "C. S. A." BY GEORGE ARNOLD. Robert Bagley was one of tliose odd geni tises who stem to hare do defined sphere or mission here on this lower earth. He was al ways engaging in a grand speculation of tome sort, which was sure to make a fortune tor him; and something was certain to frustrate hia plans some rare and almost impossible combination of circumstances, that nobody could have foreseen -just when the future smiled most brightly upon him. He had begun lire in a mercantile counting Louse; but found commerce slow in its remu neration, so he took to the stock-exchange. This soon exhausted the small capital he pos sessed, and a wealthy uncle purchased a share in a newspaper lor the young man. Robert wrote the money articles, and used them with some succe...

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 June 1862

XT R 13 V "ST "' T7"NI ON i LDXSI EVEMXC, JiXE 18, 1S62. Terms: Oue Dollar per annum, in advanee. The chcajwst ami b?fl country pepcr in Ohio! J. W. IIocx, Urbana, Ohio. Tee Cxion of Heirta tUe L'siDu of Hands The Union, of Stile none caa sever; The Union of Lakes the Uuloa of Laads ; And the Fuo or Ocb Usios Forever ! j I : ! Bloodthirsty Politicians vs. Humane Generals. The blood of tti3 war u oa the ekirts f the politicians. They have csred cot what roots of bit terness they planted, what evil passions they excited provided they gained the victory and carried off the spoils. Their practical motto has been let the North, the South, tho East and the West hate and destroy each other and let bo ciety punish but lot us have place and plunder. Such, had bcn the oourse of polities until our best men were driven to pri vate life, and unblushing corruption reign ed from the National Congress down to the county leeches corruption and incom petence the rule ; ability ' and integrity the exc...

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 June 1862

tTfet lYlarfctts. GBAIN, C. run, A.UI tommt Suekub. Flour, per bbl. . Flour, extra ".. Wheat, pr bush Rve $4.75 Oats, per bush.. 5.00 ftirley " bO Clover see d 40 Timothy " .... .. 25 .f00 0.00 ,.. 100 Hay, per ton 8.W lax Corn, per bushel, 25 PROVISIONS. Beef, per pound, Pork, ' Bacon, Ham, ' Mackerel. 5(o;8 10 Coffee, per lb 82 S25 ' ' uaia Molasses, N. O. 60 Potatoes, pr. bu. So White Fish, Ji bbl, 4,00 F.js, pr. do. 6 Chickens, l.ru Butter, 67 Dried Applesoft, 8 CISCIITSATI. - Flour....... $4.1S4.S0 Yheat, 90 ..(1.00 C'orn... 8-'3;a Barley W 5 Kye, 5050 Oats 51 Clover Seed, . .4.75.35.00 Whiskey,.... Vi:o:lS Hops, 5.75-16.00 Lard, 5iSflX , ..J5.00ff5.80 I Cora SW ... L10 21.SO OaU 7Vt3S2 I Whiskey,... 80aU5 i Beef, 4.753,-.o0 Flour, .. . Wheat,.. Kye, Barley,.. SANDUSKY, DAYTON & CINCIN'Tl R. R. On and after May 5, 1S62, Trains will pass this (Urbana) station, as follows : oorsa korth. Mail Nitrht Express Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays.. Through Freight, every day .10.45, k. 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. — 18 June 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. : . rri t 1 . t . l I'd j.ne leuuiesicnuu can sciipse . the sua with a vviuV. Nuts Cjr our Navy Any ttiug they can ebell. - - It is a sad tLing if a man's siua grow many as his Lairs grow few. . The taxable property of Cincin nati is worth 591,000,000. A mere grainmariau is not a noun rubstantive, but a raoun unsubstantial. Beautiful flowers are the sweet fame of departed ehowers and sunbeams. ....Despise nothing in Nature; all things in her kingdom are God's thoughts. - . When society casts off the re straints of law," all things form uniform deformity. No matter how dull trade may be in other cities, New Bedford always does a whaling business. . The practical joker is one who thinks you are a fool because you don't know he is & knave. " , . A root-doctor changes his pa tients to vegetables ; he makes them all take root. Often a great deal more mischief is done in compounding drugs than in compounding felony. He who says he can neither stand nor move probabl...

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 June 1862

"Tf T" TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAVS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STAT ES."-Last Wouds of Stephen a. Douglas. TJUBlsr, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 25, 1862. NO. 13. VOL. I. Poetry for the Hour. The Puzzled Census-Taker. BY JOHN G. SATE. ' Got any boys f" the Marshal mid To a lady from over the Rhine ; And the lady abook her flaxen hair. And ciTilly answered "Sine.'" "Got any girls ?" the Marshal aald To the lady from over the Rhine ; And again the lady shoot her head, And civilly answered "Alne" But some are dead ?" the Marshal laid To the lady from over the Rhine ; And again the lady shook her bead, And civilly answered " Alne. u Husband of course ?" the Marshal said To the lady from over the Rhine ; And again she shook her flaxen bead. And civilly answered "A'iHeT' " " M The d 1 you have !" the Marshal said To the lady from over the Rhine ; And again she shook her flaxen head, And civilly answered " XiiuT' " Kow what do you mean by shaking your head. And always answering " -Vi...

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 June 1862

UK13AXA UNION. Terms: Oue Dollar per anu'.ira, in advance. The cheapest and best country paper In Oliio! J. W. IIolx, Crbana, Ohio. The CxrOx of Hearts lue Union of Hands ; The Cnlon of State nouc can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of LariJs ; And the Flag op Oub Union Forever ! NEWS OF THE WEEK. ENDING JUNE 25TH. Gen. M'Clellan's army is still before Richmond, so close to the rebel lines, that there is no longer room between tem foj reconnoisanees in force. They . do not attack him, and he does not ad vance on them., lie is not ready,, but trill be this week. He is largely rein forced, which is-wise. Gen. Ilalleck's army, is diverging from Corinth a part has gone to Memphis, lrhich is occupied, so that trade is reviv ing as fax as the present destitution of the people will permit. A part have oc cupied the railroad on which Beaure guad retired to the South. A part have gone eastward to repair the bridges and CCcnpy the Railroad to Charleston. On the 15th, th9 2Gth Ohio were at...

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 June 1862

Striata SUtoa giwtory. GSAIK, ftC. trnU WeklT r J- MMI M.Cr.w. Flour, per bfal,.. W-fc ?at? Pe'bnsi'"U Flour extra".... Mej " ..... W Wheat, pr bush . . SO Clover need 0.00 Kve " . . Timothy " . . . . 0.00 Hay, per ton 8.00 Flax " I-00 Cora, per bushel, 25 raovisions. Crre.tea Weekly T ' Oreeer Fr.Tl.f. ele'. Beef, per pound, 5(3 8 Fork, ' ' Bacon, Ham, W J Mackerel, W White Fish. Wbbl, 4.00 Coffee, per lb l(S-5 Sugar, ' ' Molasses, N. (J. 60 Potatoes, pr. bu. 8540 Fers. Dr. doe. 6 Lard. ' 6M8. Chickens, 1.20 Butter, ' 78 Dried Apple,!?, 67 CIHCINNA.TI. Flour... Wheat, . Corn,... Barley, . Rye,.... $4.15 ?4.30 yen l.oo 601570 .... 5050 Oats, Si Clover Seed, . .4.73(35.00 Whiskey Hogs, 5.75ij6 00 Lard, fX&X KIW YORK. $5.00 ,23.30 Corn... 555S 8841 2a'2S 4.755.50 f 1 .... i, oa i rtns Wheat, -V Rve, .... . 7S3 J Whiskey,. Barley 80jt I Beef, gailiualis. SANDUSKY, DAYTON & CINCINT! R. R. On and after May 5, 1363, Trains will pass this (Urbana) station, as follows i oorss X0H.T8...

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 June 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. Ihe tenderest heart loves beat the bold and courageous one. ,.. The most disagreeable articles for t man to keep on hand are hand-cuffs. . Knaves who never do good thing will oflen do a good man. A joke that has no kernal isn't worth cracking. A long tongue is evea harder to conceal than a long note. . A Cure for Love : Call on your sweetheart before breakfast. . A drum of fig3 is a tery popular instrument for juvenile practice. John Bull's sympathy for woolly heads does not extend to cotton hands. Death and to-morrow are never here they are either not come or gone. . Women, we sometimes think, more easily pardon faults in men than excel lencies in each other. 'VThen love finds the soul, he ncg Jecta the body, only turning to it in his idleness as an after thought. . Friendbhip is a vase, which, if once flawed, may as well be broken ; it can never be trusted after. The earliest female ancestors to whom a man c&u trace back his pedigree are the Eves of his hou...

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 July 1862

... x O "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last oki op Stephen a. Douglas. UEBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 2, 1862. VOL'I. NO. 14. V. a u i u mr m v a Poetry for the Hour. KINGDOM COMING. Say, darkies, tab yon seen a massa, Wid de muflstash on his face, Go 'long de rood some time dls mornin', Like he gwlne to leab de place ? He seen a smoke way up de ribber Where de Linkum gunboats lay, He took him hat lef berry sudden. And I spec he's ran away. De massa ran, ha ha ! De massa ran, ho ho ! It Biust be now de kingdom eomLa', And de year ub jubilee. He all feet one way, two foot tudder, And he weigh tree hundred pound, His coat so big, cant pay de tailor, And it won't go half way round, Be drill so much dey call him cap'n, And he get so drefful tann'd, I spec he try and fool dem Yankees, , For to tink he's contraband, De massa ran, c De darkies feel so lonesome, libbiug In de log house on de lawn, Dey move dere tings to massa's parlor, For to k...

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 July 1862

-rpr t T'XTOAT U Xl-LlN -JJ ! WE3MSD1Y EVE.MXC, JTLT I, Terms: One Dollar per snrmiin, in advsvncev The cheapest aDd best country paper in Ohio! J. W. Hoi X, Crbana, Ohio, Tub Uvion "f Ilenrts the Union of Ihiucb ; Tbe Union of Stats nouu can sever ; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lauds ; And the Flag of Ocb Ujsion Forever! NEWS OF THE WEEK. ENDING JULY 2 1862. TiJe army before Richmond is of course the leading thought. We know that the expected battle has been fought and that.it has been a terrible struggle ; but we caunot with certainty tnow its true result and bearing. We cannot ex pect to bear that the rebel army has been oopturedj for they have an open line of retreat to the South. We can- expect to hear of our own army being taken for the body of it is entrenched. We leave the column open -to receive the last notice. ; (Having waited, we can now say brief ly that the movement by M'Clellan on Wednesday, not then called a Battle is now understood. It was a change of line from Y...

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 July 1862

Urbana Union Directory. Urbana Union Directory. The Markets. GEAIK, C. CMt"VrMkIr V J.ka Ei.-kk.lt.; Macrewa Flour, per bbtf. .--. I,i5 Oats, per bush 23 Flour, extra".... 5.00 Barley " 45,lftO Wheat, pr bush . . 0 Clover seed 0.00 Rve 40 Timothy " . 0.00 Hay, per ton-. 8.00 Flax " LOO Corn, per bushel, 25 PROVISIONS. rMH mm PrrrtalM eater- Beef, per pound, 5?8 Fork, ' ' Bacon, Ham, 7t A Mackerel, 4 10 White Fish. U'bbl. 4,00 Coffee, per tt 17(535 8uBfr ' 10(sfcW MulassesvS. O. GO Potatoes, pr. bu. 40450 Egsra, pr. doit 8 Ctuckeoa, 1.30 Lard, ' 5 H 6 Sutter, 7S Dried Applesoft, 67 CINCINNATI Flour, ti.T5ia4.80 Wheat, KOkiI.OO Com S.i35 Barley, 60,0,70 Kje, 50.50 Oat,... . ... . ... Closer Seed,. Whiskey, .-,. Hosr.. Lard, 81 .4. 75(35:00 16e18 5.75(rt6.00 . 5(stt NEW YORK. Flour, 5.00r.;5W I Corn, Wheat,.,,., LIU"; 1.80 1 Oats, Rve,..,, , t.ia2 I Whiskey,. Barley, , SMi Beef, 55(g58 3x,a41 NEW YORK. Railroads. NEW YORK. Railroads. SANDUSKY, DAYTON, & CINCINNATI R. R. On and afte...

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 July 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. Perhaps the greatest danger to le apprehended by an honest politician is that he may feel lonesome. "When the Government places a fire-arm in disloyal hands, one of the Government's arms is out of place. The seventeen year locusts have j rr . r r .Fl.carcu m u.-, xu .. FvruuUS Vi . b , , a The Oth Ohio Regiment, Colonel , , R ' , i Punmnp. whose loss was so severely lclt a G' . , at Port Repullic, is io be recruited. . ' . . I Fortunes made m no time are), like shuts made in no time its ten to! one if they hang long together, Let married people feel their chains, if they must, but take e?recla' I care the world shall not hear them clink. Government is like an hour-glass; when one side is quite ran out, we turn up the other and go on again. The school birch though in ap pearance but a dead twig, has undoubt edly budded and borne some excellent fruit. If you are a young author, go for advice to the man whose judgment stands constitutionally at the freezing point. -...

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 July 1862

URBANA UNION, "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." La3T Words of Stephen' A. Douglas. VOL. I. TJUBVT, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JTJLY 9, 1862. NO. 15. Poetry for the Four. A NEW SONG TO AN OLD TUNE. A BULLY SONG. Jomt Bcll, Esq., my Jo John, When we were first acquaint, Ton acted very much as now Ton act about the Trent ; Ton stole my bonny Bailors, John ! My bonny ship also, Tou're aye the same fierce beast to me, John Bull, Esq., my Jol John Bull, Esq., my jo John, Since we were link'd together Full many a jolly fight, John, We've had with oue another, Kow must we fight again, John f Then at it let us go 1 And God will help the honest heart, John Bull, Esq., my jo. John Bull, Esq., my Jo John, A century has gone by, Since yon called me your slave, John, Since I at yon let fly ; Ton want to fight It ont again That war of waste and woe ; Tou'U find me much the same old coon, John Bull, Esq., my jo. John Bull, Esq., my Jo John, If lying loons have tol...

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 July 1862

i ! URBANA UNION VEBXESMT El'E.VI.VG, JILY 9, IS2. Tessis: On Dollar per nnum, In advance. -T&e chaapost fcad best country paper in Ohio! J. W. Hon, Urbana, Ohio. Ytrt Cxtos of Hearts tho Union of Eand; Tna Caion of States none can sever ; Tic Vaikm ofLikes the Cuion of Lan.ls ; AaStlis Fla or Oca Csios Fower! War and General News of Week ENDING JULY 9 1862. The army before Eichmond continues to t th most absorbing topic with our people. Indeed the sane may be skid of the whole civilized world, which awaits the result of that struggle as closely connected with the. end of rebellion. Editorial critics and street-corner poli ticians who stay at home -t ease, have given "their poleum assurance that Mc . Cle'lan and Halleck are both poor sticks, much given to slow sieges and caution and not to dash aDd therefore they are mere imbecilities. Fortunately the arm ies them?elves are coufent with their Cenerals. Gen. McClellan had made his approach l.y the York Eivjr and thcnc by Rail roa...

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 July 1862

2" Sty glaifctts. GRAIN, AC. Cmet4 Weekly Vy Elckk!te Cw A p.j.e, Actl Ctal Mertki,u- ' Flour, rer bbl. . . . t i 75 Oats, per bush 23 Flour! eitra".... 5.00 Barley " 43.M Wheat tir ifUCU nw;a., o.w K "... 40 Timothy" .... 0.W Hav.perton 8.00 Flax LOO Cora, per bushel, 35 JSOVISIOKS. Crrte4 Weekly ky J. C. CmlMt Creeer ut KrvM Het-f, per pound, 5S?8 Pork, 4 ' 5jtS Bieou, Ham, 7ujl0 Mackerel, ' W White Fith.VuU, 4,00 Coffee, per lb 17(225 10a,liW Sugar, Molasses, N. O. GO Potatoes, pr. bu. 60 Eirgs. pr. do. 6 Chickens, ' 1.20 Lard. ' 5M8 Butter, 7iS ! Dried Applc,l?I!, 56 CUTCUfKATI. Flow,.' ?U!V?.R0 Wheat, 90 1 1.00 Corn iS:JH5 Barley, 60.. 70 Kye, 5000 Oats 81 Clover Seed, . .4.75in5.00 Whiskey, 10:18 Hogs,.. 5.7566.00 Lard, 5,SJ 7CZV7 TOES. Flour $5.0035.30 1 Corn S5S8 Wheat...... 1.10..U.80 Oats V Rve Whiskey,... BarieV, 80itU5 ! Beef, 4.75(3.5.50 SANDUSKY, DAYTON fc CINCIN'TI R. R. On and after May 5. 1S03, Trains will pass this (Urbana) station, as follows : eonra korth. tu, 10...

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 July 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. Trifling annoyances are valuable ill disciplining us to bear greater ones. Hopeless olJ maidenhood or bach elorhood is matchless misery. - - Persons often lack courage to ap pear as good as they really are. Never eomnruuicate Your affairs to cne who seems arrxtons to laarn, them. Some persons shame the devil, not by speaking trirtK but by outlying him. The young woman who marries an unworthy man takes her lord's name in vain. The human race, like an auction- - er's gook; are always going going goue. The most obvious way to make a dltrcordant political party a unit is to kill all its members but one. Skeptics have cut but a small fig ure in the world. The great doers in history have been men of faith. There is an ugly kind of forgive ness in this world a kind of hedge-hog forgiveness, hhot out like quills. - The world moves with the veloci ty of thought, and change may not be resisted. It is God's chemistry. A mischievous brain hatches a great many falsehoods, but...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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