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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 9 November 1864

TO ID -A M A UMIQN. n ur n u jl w n a il. TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Wohds of Steph a. Docolab. VOLUME III. KO. 32. UKBVjSTA., OHIO, "WEDNESDAY,. NOVEMBER 9, 1864. WHOLE NUMBER 136... (JRBANA UNION. 9. TV- houx, mo in. Ornrs: ?oulson's Building, ( second floor, ft'oatside North Main-street, near the Square. Tirvs: 1 00 per annum, invariably in ad- ranc. f l, tor six Months. U IF IEWSPAFEIS: 1. Subscriber who do not give express notice o the contrary, arc considered as wishing to ccn inne their subscriptions to the paper. . If subscribers order the discontinuance of heir periodicals, the publisher may continue to lend tbetn until ail arrearaues are paid. 8. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the ollice to wbii h they were di rected, they are held responsible till they have set- lied the bill and ordered them dtwotmnuea. 4. If subscribers remove to other piares with out Informing tho publisher, and th...

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 November 1864

TTTT? A X1" TTVTAV WEaSESDIT KVEMVt, NOV. 9, ISfil TRKiia: $2,00 a year, payable in advance. AJdrea, J."W. Uoux, Urbana.Oliio. 4 vfefe v Tut Uxiow or Hearts the Uuion of Hunda The Union of Statee none can sever; Ta Union of Lakes the Union of Lands; And the Flag or OibUmus Forever! When bad me foiublae, sood men mart nalte.-Eurkt. The Oonstitutional-Umon Ticket in 1864. OK rBESIDIiXT OF THE UNITED STATE?, :'GEXX GEO. B. MTLELLAX, of New Jersey from Osn. KsClellaa'i lettor of Acceptance. ,'" Tas e3dct oflong aivl varied service in the fcrmy during war and peace, lias been to ltrengthen and make inik-Uble in my mind nd heart, the love and reverence for the Un ion, Constitution, laws and flngs of our coun try impressed upon me in early youth, These leelings have thus far guided the tourse of my life, and must continue to do so to its end. , ; The re-esUbliehment of the Uuion iu all it integrity, is, and must continue to be, the ins dispenaible condition of any settlement. So ,oon as it...

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 November 1864

Striata rtfou girrrtory. tt prkcts. - ' GRAIN, tC v "- rreete Weekly ky Jk Eickheltti Ivmi A rUH,Aluli CwKlnlti 9erekl. "Hour, per bbl..J4 Oats, per bush 50 FVoUr.ertr, 9.50 Bark-y, spring .... 1.40 Wheat, pr bush .. l.fiO Clover seed.. -.00 Rye 1.00 Timothy" .... - 4..S0 FUv.perton....". 1S.00 Flax '...'.....8.25 .Corn, pat buahol,. ............. ..100105 , FEOVISIOKS. Crret( Weekly ky J. C. FniluBt reer and Prerlittoa Dealer. ie(,p'!r poond, 12! Pork. 20 Bacon, Ham, " IB Hackerel, ' 10 ard, ' 2ft Bntter, - 85 White Fish, Kbl, 9,50 Coffee, per B Sueur, ' ' Molasses. N. O. potato-, pr. bu. EiTLrs. pr. dor.. Chickens, Dried Applesoft, 55 J25 140 . 75 16 f.OO 10 fcANOUSKY, DAYTON CINCIN'TI R. R. On and ftef Oct 81, lftt4. Trains will pass this (Urbana) station, as follows : . OOINO NOKTH. Kail 11.45, k it. Sight Express 10.05, p. u. rhrouG-h Freiirht, every dav 1.00, Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays 7 00, a m ooraQ SOUTH, fall 12 .30, p. M Morning Express.... 5.87, a. M. rb.rotu.-h Freigh...

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 November 1864

prlfady-tuaiU (Clothing. 'ALL AND EXA11INE OCR NEW GOODS. GOODS FOR TI1E SUMMER TRADE! COME AT LAST! AND MORE AND BETTER THAN EV ER, IS THE UNIVERSAL CRY OF ALL WHO VISIT TIIE STORE OP Hcruiau F'isli.or, Who is happv to announce to the citizen of TJi'bena ad surrounding country, that he has j ust received the largest and Best Selected Stock HEM-LIE EUmQETGL Brer before offered In this town, consisting In part of sue luuowing : CASSIMERE COATS. Both Sacks and Frocks. Fine Blk Cloth Frock Coats. And others, of every style and quality. - Fancy Cassimere Pants. Black: Doeskin Pants of every style and quality. VESTS. Of all descriptions. CASS MERE SUITS, A va hrgtBtpckof Youth' sand Boys' Clothing Bade up in the Latest Style, and offered at a VERT LOW TRICE. sei.ts furnishing bogus, ILsS LINEN SHIRTS, ELANNEL OVERSHIRTS, UNDERSHIR3 AND DRAWERS. BUCKSKIN MITTS AND GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, . Neckties, Collars, &c. And a great many other Goods in that line too nnme ' - roue to mention. Thank...

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 November 1864

a. v r -ut v."1- li '.; t ; ,f . ilu 1 i ?! L. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. "-Last. Woods of Stephen A: .Dul-cas. "VOLUME III. NO. 33. TJHI3A.jSrV, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, 20VJEMI3ER 1G5 .1864:. ' ! WHOLE NUMBER 137. URBANA -UNION. or. -w. r ou: Once: Coulson's Building, (second fioor, Ik'estaide North Main-street, ucar the Square. Tisvw: S0O per annum, Invariably in nd facre. $1,25 for Six Months. lW,F REWSMFERSt 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice the contrary, art considered as wUbiug to con Inue their subscriptions to the paper. . If subscribers order the discontinuance of kelr periodicals, the publisher may continue to tend them until all arrearage are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the office to wuiob they were di rected, they are held responsible till they have set tled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4k. If subscribers remove to other places wlth ut Informing the publisher, ...

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 November 1864

URBAN A UNION- WiUXESDIT EYKXUG, S0Y.4S, 1S51. Trms: $2,00 a year, payablo in advance. A.ddre, J. W. Houx, Urban, Ohio. Tai Untrue of Hearts the Union of Hand The Union of Statci none can sever; The Union ofLakes the Union of Lands; And the Flag or Ocb Uxiox Forcverl McClellan. TiiE.first number of the Uubana Union issued on the 2J of April 1862, opened with n article sustaining and vindicating McClellan against the assaults upon him which were then becoming rife and fierce. We then used this langURge ! "lie was summoned to the chiet com jnand on the 1st August, and the law for raising an army of 500,000 men had not, been in force "ten days, and yet there seems to have been men who expected that army to take the field in full panoply, and skillfully perfect for advance into the Southern State?; before summer was over? .-. The new General was unremittingly active but he was provokingly silent. He would neither consult unauthorized advisers, were appease curiosity, nor re pel detracti...

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 November 1864

Urbana Union Directory. GRAIH, AC. (rnrtit Waekly r Eltkk.ttst Xapwa Flour", per bM.... $.50 Oats, per'bus-h 60 flour, extra" U.50 Barley, apring ....1.40 Wheat, pi bosh.. 1.75 Cloverseed, .... -.00 Rve 1.00 Timothy" .... M Hav. Dcrtoa. . . 13.00 Flax ' Corn, per buauel - .100g W5 PE0TISI0FS. C.l-TMtrl Weekly kr J. C. ChImi CrMcr s.4 PhtIiUi ttcaler 3eef, per pound, fork, ; Bacon, Ham, . " Vtackerel, mrd, 12' 80 23 10 Coffee, per lb 55 25 140 75 18 B.00 10 Motasse, w Potatoes, tr. bu. Eetrs. pr. doRi Chickens, ' Dried Aprlc,1Tb, 33 85 Butter! White Fiih,Vbb!, .M . Jgailrflais. SANDUSKY, DAYTON & CINClNTl R. R. 3 Oa and after Oct 31, 1X64, Train Will pass thti (Urbana) station, as iouowa : OOrSG WORTH, Wail ..... Sight Express........ Through Freight, every day Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays, 00IK8 SOCTH. ifan.... - Unrnmir Express .115, 1. M. .10.05, P. M. ..1.00, ...TOO, AM 12.80, p.m. . .5.S7, a. m. rhrouKh Freiprat, every dayu UKh ireipriit, every aay,.... ; A 1 .1.55, A.. K. W...

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 November 1864

Queer Things Done in Type. Thi mistakes of printers are often very furt y to readers and very exasperating to tw thors. A single letter is often of the greatest importance,' and a small mistake frequently changed the -whole effect of an article. :Some ery funny stories are told of mishaps of tliis . character, and we give lelow some of the best. An English paper onee stated that the F.us imn General Eackinoflkowsky waa found dead with "a long word in his mouth." It should ,hare been "sword." In this cae, fcowtver, the printer could not have been Massed fcr leaving Out aletter after setting up tiie liissian name correctly. During the Eleiican war one of the English newspapers kurriedly announeed an import ant item of eVs from Mexico that General Pillow and thirty-seven of his men had been lost "in a bottle." It should hare read "battle. A lad in a printing office camo upon the Bme of Ilecate, occurring iu a line like this : "Shalt retgw the Hecate of the deepest Hell.' The boy, think...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 23 November 1864

; r.'o fim.-' . iT."-: r fe29 Jl-ti JL :3L1.. il L .;tolu:ie iil-ko. si. 'TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF XJltBA.lsr5 OHIO, "WEDKESDAY, THE UNITED STATES.'' NOVEMBER 23, 1S64. lat Woods-or Stsphen a. I)ocot.v?. WHOLE NUMBER 138. v LTHBAKA UNION. C-' C':Tr,a' Building, ( second floor, - .-c 'cr.a Main-street, near the Square. fi " 0 rr mcirm, Invariably Id d- Iuh. 4. ' . . wr i;i .nonius .11 " t? KEVTIFAPEIt 1. Sabacribers bo do not site crpTesf notice theeortrxry, are considered as wishing to con ' Inoetb r subscriptions to the mwr. . ' . It subcribers ord-r tbe utscontinuance of klrpric.f'(i!i, the publisher may continue to t!"! cr ". i au arrearages are paid. . - rs neirleot or refuse to take their parux. i.ai r u. .?e to whir thev were di rected, thv art u .: raunc.ne-iUie t'.Uthi havesct- ted te b..t and or aered ibsra discontinued. " . If subscribers rsmnve to other places with- ii !arorfi5!rtr the publisher, and Oie papers are ' f) t ..-Ercureiotheyar...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 23 November 1864

U R B A N A .UNION. Xfl 8VESDU EIF.XI.XC, NOV. 23, 1SC1.J , TsmkW.OO a year, parole in iuvaiKC - 'JUdresa, i.W.Hocx, Urbnn,Oliio.' ----t-- ; YmUsios of Uearts--the Union of li&ods "The Cuion of Statee none can sever; The Union of LukeB the Union cfLandF; And the Fun; or Ocb Umos Foreverl Capture of the Florida. Tnt War Steamer Florida a Confed erate Frivateer has teen captured hy the United Strtes War Steamer Wachu Betts, while the former was lying at an chor is the Tort of Bahia, a Brazilian port. The mode in which it was done, and the time taken to do it, shows that the commander of the Wachusetts was eonscious of the wrong he was perpetra ting, and as the American Consul came tome, in -the Wachusetts, there , was, 3 1.1 L 1 -i v:. . hCbraainier uaiei tends to aggravate the offense, The Florida was lying at inchbr, "and at 3 o'clock in the morning, ,the Wachusetts having steam up and ready to sil,' attacked the Forida by boati.'and towed hcrout.othe harbor. They were fired on,...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 23 November 1864

Urbana Union Directory. ' " Zt glares. 1 GSAI5, fcC." - - mstetWMklr T Jfca EUfcfc.lt.; aWrm A Paja,, AWl CtaalHlu Jlerekaal. floor, per bbl $8.50 Oats, per bush 60 Flout4, extra,44..;.. .) Barlev, spring ....1.40 Wheat, prUuBo,., ;.r, Clovcrseed 9.00 Rye j 1J Timothy4 . 4.50 .2.00 Uay.perton.,... 1S.00 Flax 44 Corn, pet bunjtL,... ........ ... PKOVISIOKS. ....65 i4 PrvvUUa Demlcr. 9f,reroiind, Pork, ; bacon, Ham, J liackerel, urd, - Coffee, per B C5 140 Snp-ar. ' 85 -, 10 25 Molasses, N. O. Potatoes, rr. bu. Ernrs, pr. dot. . 75 25 2.25 10 Butter,' ' -rr CbirkuM, White Fish, K ML 9,50 Dried Applcs.ytb, ANDUSICr, DAYTON t CINCIN'TI R. R On and after Oct 81. 1SH, Traip will pass this (Urban) station, as follows : GOING NORTH. Knit 11.45, a. K. Niptat Express 10.05, r. M. Tbmni"ti Freight, every dav 8,40, 14 Way do Mondays, "Weds Fridays 7 00, am t - ootxo SOUTH. Kill 12-5!0. Hornin? Express. .... 5.82,. M. Throntii Freipht, every day V?- M' Way do MouJhvs, Weds Fridays 5 50, p m Un't...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 23 November 1864

What Shall we Eat. We cat just what appetite and inclination prompt us to: Statisticians have prepared ta bles shoeing tha nutrition. contained in cer Uia Articled . of food, and the time required to digest thorn in healthy stomach. These ta bles are useful in information, but as guides to health they are useless. When a man orders bis dinner he does not consult the stite of his yatem, nor ej-amine the tables to fee what Would Slit his condition, hut he asks his pal ate and that decides the momentous question. 8uppose a man, with a sick headache, for in tauce.Uo Require tiourithmenc. His ailments procCKi from a disordered stomach, therefore, ahe must humor it and take liht diet Rice naturally occurs to him ; bo he takes out his work and looks for the word "rice." Rice, ays the statistician, digests ia one hour when boiled.and is, theretore, wholesome and nu tritous. But possibly the invalid dislikes nee. Hewould much prefer a mutton chop, but is . disterred from fear of the statisti...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 30 November 1864

"TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words or Stem-en a. Douglas. volume nr. m 35. UKBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1864. WHOLE NUMBER 130. f-URBAN A iJfSlbr UNION. " ' ' i s. : : " : ' ' --'" .. URBAXA UXIO.X vsr. HOtrx, no x" n . OfKlVr: CoTt'sr.nV ItTiiMintr. I ?r"n'i floor, ft" at -t s!dsVnr. M.'-iu-s; rcct, m-ar i':e Square. -Tr.r-s i 00 pi-r anmrui, invariably in aJ faaetv f 1,25 tor Six Months. IAW Of IEWSPAPEIS: 1. Subscribe who do not give express notice o the contnry. are considered as wishing to ci.n iuuetheirsuliftcripUons to the paper. 8. If subscribers order the discontinuance of heir periodicals, the publisher may continue to lend them until all arrearages arc paiu. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the otlice to which they were di rected, thev are held responsible till they have set tled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with autinformin...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 30 November 1864

URBAN A UNION. W3XES3U F.YEM5C, 0V. , 1S61. Terms: $,00 a year, parable in advance. Address, J.W. Uorx, Urbana, Ohio. Tax Uxios of Hearts the Union of Hand - The Union of States none canaever; Tha Union of Lakes the Union of Lands; And the Flag or On Usiok Forcverl V NEWS OF THE WEEK ENDING Nov. 30, 1864. The campaifrn of General SheriLan from Atlanta coufhward is still undevel cped, -whether it was a movement of .es cape or whether it was an invasion. As an escape it will no doubt be successful if he finds a fieef en the coast to supply his wants. As an invasion it will be great success or a great failure : a great success, if it shall break down Southern power and make them confess it ; a great failure, if it only unites them to more combined effort. The Florida has been sunk by a Gov ernment vessel running into her, accident ally. .Our Government can now apologize and cannot, of course, comply with the demand to restore the vessel. She is sunk nine fathoms deep. Congress will mee...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 30 November 1864

Urbana Union Directory. Urbana Union Directory. The Markets. GKAIJT, ftC. rraette Weekly T Elchaolt.i Ma trews J, Parse. Aaeatal damlulo Xerekaata. rionr.perbbl.... S.50 Oats, perbuab. C5 Flour, ertr.".... 9.V) Barlov, spring 140 Wheat, pr bush.. 1.7ft rioverseed 10.00 Rye - M .... 1.06 Timothy" .... 1.50 Hay.perton 18.00 Flax . " 2.00 Corn, per bushel, .. 65 - PE0VISI0KS. Cerraetea Weakly y t. C. rln, CrMW u4 Pravlslea Dealer. Seef.perlxmBd. ' 1SV I Coffee, rer ft " 55 Pork, J .... iiO Sugar, 25g30 Bacon, aam, 30 Molasses. M. U. 1 40 Mackerel, . 10 Potatoes, pr. bu. 75 uard, ' 25 Ecks, pr. dor. 25 Hotter, r" 85 I Chickens, ' 2.25 White Fish, Jbbl, 9,50 Dried Apydos.tflb, 10 Urbana Union Directory. The Markets. Railroads. SANDUSKY, DAYTON & CINCIN'TI R.R. fTCI:-. "s ; jrW'rjj On and after Oct 81, 164, Trains will pass this (Urbana) station, as follows : GOING MOUTH. Mail "1.45, a.M. Night Express 10 05, p. M. I"h rough Freight, every day 3.40, " Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays. ......

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 30 November 1864

The Hon Robert Mallory on Geo. H. Pendleton. ilr. JLillory, in his ?p-ech'nt Frankfort last Week, pai I a very high and hearty tribute to rmr can liitiito fur the Vieo Pi-esiJonoy, of which a hieud Bends us the following sketch: lie kneV Geo." II. Pendleton, well. He had been associated with him five years in Congress, and between them bad been estab lished .relations of intimacy. lie was asso ciated with him on ti e Committee of Ways and Means,' of the present Congress, and he had enjoyed facilities for knowing him thor oughly ; and he declared unhesitatingly that he kijcwrfcvr moti, if any, at the present time, eithe jrr the councils of the conntry or in private life, who combined as many of the great qualities of mind and heart which go to make the statesman and patriot, as Geo. II. Pendleton did. lie possessed a mind gifted by a nature with the highest powers, educa ted and trained to the highest degree to pro ficiency by stdy and labor. In the last Congress, as a member of 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. — 7 December 1864

- . f r 'TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words op Siepiiz-n a. Doiulas. YOLtJME HI. NO. 36. UEB AJSLA., OHIO, WEDISTESD-Y, DECEMBER 7, 1864. WHOLE MlIBEIi 140. CJRBANA UNION OmcK Conlsnn's Building, (second floor, Vest side North Main-street, Dear the Square. TaaMsr 2 0O per nnnm," invariably in ad- Toe. fl.so tor biz Monlns, ".UW II BEWSPAHIIt 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice the contrary, are considered as wishingto con- tnuemeirsnoscnpuons to tne paper. 8. If subscribers order the discontinuance of heir periodicals, the publisher may continue to tand them until all arrearages are paid. S. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the office to which they were di rected, they are htld responsible till they have set tled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with- xntiniormmg tnc publisher, ana the papers are tent to tnetormerairection, they are nela resp...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 7 December 1864

URBANA UNION WEll.VESIHY EVEMXC, DEC 7 1S04. Tbrms: $2,00 Address, a year, payable In advance. J.W. Hocx, Urbana.Ohio Tnn Vtnox of Heart the Union of Hande THe Union of State none can sever; The Union or Lakes the Union of Lande And the Fiu.8 or Oc Uxio Foreverl NEWS OF THE WEEK. ENDING DEC. 7, 1864. The true aim of the Sherman Army is still uncertain, whether it is a bold inva sion or a bold escape, combined with De struetion. The latter object seems to be very complete in some instances. For instance, od hundred horses killed to prevent planters from using them. Congress met pa.Monday. The Presi' dent's Message was delivered on Tuesday. It has.been this day distributed through the States. Several propositions of in quiry were made but all suppressed or put oSL The only sigm Scant things are ihenotie6ivn,of bills to b introduced Mr. Davis trave notice of a bill to forfeit the property of rebels in fee simple, which will be much pleasanter for purchasers, a id they can at the' same ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 7 December 1864

Urbana Union Directory. v -Jjrr iUarbtts. G.UK, C. erreeted kj Jh Klckhslti: Maa-rew. 4- j'lour.perlibl.-,-i50 Oats, per bush.. , 65 flour, extra ..4 Harh-y, spring .... 1.40 Wheat, pr bush .. i ,r. Clover sued. ...... 10 .00 Rr. ---.,' 1.00 Timothy I.S0 Hay.pert 18.00 Flax " .0 Cora, per bushel, ibovisiohb. Cmtitol Weekly kf 4. C. Call ' nw rmWn Beater. ieet, per pound. 12 V Coffee, per ft " 65 5g30 150 75 85 fork, ; Bacon, Hun, Hack eLj ' r rd, ' Butter, White Fih,KbH 20 1 -near, Molasses. N. O. 10 25 35 8,50 Potatoes, pr. bu. Eggs, pr- ooa. Chickens, Dried Applesoft, 1Q SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCIN'TI R. R. j f CT-.. --.--' i-- Ob and after Oct. 81, 164, Train will pas this (Urbana) station, as follows : eoixa south. K&n 12.05, a. M. SighTis W .05, PH. rhrooehVreiL-ht, everyday 8 80 WJ do Momdaya, Wed Fridays ... .6 50, a M , . OIK0 south. ' If an 'P M- Morning Express 6 a. . rhrongh Freight, every day,. 6 "A a. . Way do Mondays, Weds Fndays 5 00, r - UnlteS States Express Messeng...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 7 December 1864

Our Omnibus Budget. TlifOih Congressional District gives McClellan about 350 majority. The Lirerpool Fair for wounded rebels j'eTJed $95,000. Old Berk County, Pennsylvania, gives General McClellan 6.733 majority. t. . TV est Virginia is -overrunning with ciaer., ,. . f The drought' nas dried Falls of Minneliaba. up tbe i Christinas is t season when gop- IF you are insulted in a gentle man's bouse, let tbe first thing you open bo,n6t jour mouth but tbe door, We oftener say things because we can say them well han because they are eound and reasonable. We verily believe that women ad orn themselves for their enemies even more than for their friends. Ladies never weep when full-dress ed, bat are content with the rain of tears on the handkerchief. VictoT Emanuel is so unpopular now that he' has to be constantly attend ed by guards, A peJestrian in Maine has just ac cotnpliohed-the feat of walking four con secutive days without food or rest, 3 rear sympathy is said to exist in Montreal fo...

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