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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 8 March 1865

"TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words oBisph a. Douolab. VOLUME III. W. 49. UEBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAECH 8, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER 153. (JRBANA UNION. J. W. KOTTX, FROPR. - Orncr: Coulson's Building, (second floor, rvestside Jiortn. Main-street, near tne square, . TeSms: $2 50 per annum, invariably -4n ad " ranee. ei,ou lor six juonins. UW Or lEWS'AHBS: 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice meconirry, are considered as wishing to con T luue their subscriptions to the Daner. 3. If subscribe' order the discontinuance of heir periodicals, the publisher may continue to . ena i neitt until all arrearage are paid. a . If subscribers necleot or refuse to take their ienuuicais irom tne oiuce to which thev werpdi r rected.thev aroheld responsibletilithcy have set- n.eu me oiu ana oracrea mem discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other nlaces with ut informing the publisher, and tbe papers are seni to t ue lormeroirection, tuey 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. — 8 March 1865

URBANA UNION. WEIWESDAY EVESIXC, MA2. 8, 1865. year;" payabltf In advance. Address, JW.Hocx, Urbana, Ohio. The Usion of Hearts the Union of Hand Tke Cnion of States none can serer; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands . And the Fu.0 of Oub Uhion Forever! TICKET FOR 1865. For The States of The with Union of The States. For Governor of Ohio. For Governor of Ohio. GEN. GEO. W. MORGAN OF KNOX COUNTY. 1865. i - In former jears, the Democratic Party i nade their State nominations on the 8th of Jannary. But in this year 1865, the day has gone by without notice. And in the same years the Whigs made their nominations on George Washington day , which is now here. 6n this 22d Feb. 18G5, we nominate as next Governor of . Ohio Geo. "W. Morgan of Mount Vernon. - - This is not meant to forestall the ac t . tion of a party but to promote the gener- al welfare. It is a nomination fit to be made and ought to suit all conservative ' men of whatever name or party hue. " ', There must be a. nomination ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 8 March 1865

' - 6BA.IH, ?' ' ' mMttiWnkljkf J.fci ElekHs Kaa-rawa PaTa,Aat. UcMBLuUlMcrckaitl. Flour, per bW..,. 18.50 Oats, per bush 65 .F!nirtestr",... 9.S5 Barlev, spring 1.80 Wheat, pr bush... i. 70 Clover seed 12.00 Rye ' 1.00 Timothy" .... 4.00 Hay.pertcn 19.00 Flax " 2.00 Cora, pet fcnaiel,. ....... .......... ...80 . JEOVlSIOKff. CerMete Weekly T f. C. ComU, ttreeer ui PreTlelea Dealer. ef , per pound. Pork,' FJ Bacon, Ham, ' Kackerel, . ird. 13 V 15 95 . 10 Coffee, per lb - 55 25g30 . 150 . 100 ' lo Suear. Molasses, N. O. Potatoes, pr. bo. Erirs, pr. qok. 3 25 Batter, Chickens, 3.00 White Fish, MbbI, 9,50 Dried Applesoft, & SANDUSKY, DAYTON & CINCIN'TI R.R. On and after Oct. 81, 151, Trains will psas this (Urbano) station, as follows : going south. - 12.05, a.m. Kail.... Niehtixpn press iu.uo, r. m. Through Fr Frnht every day. s,JU, War do Mondays. Weds Fridays. ...6 50, A x OOISO SOUTH. Kail - 12.25, P.M. Moraine Express 5.3J, a. u. rhranirh Freiirht. every dav b.y), A. if. Wa...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 8 March 1865

Our Omnibus Budget. A boy in London committed suicide because be lost a game of marbles. : All tiilicatioD8 for extensions of , patents, including Goodyear & Howard, Lave failed. . They are fools wbo insist n being c' perfectly miserable because they oan not be perfectly happy. A youth declares that his sister is to tender-hearted, that she cannot be per-v-iuaded to strike s light. It is said that the severe weather of the past winter has killed nearly all the peach buds in New England. prejudices are like rats, and a man's mind like a trap ; they get in easily, and then perhaps they can't get out at all. The Cincinnati Gazette thinks that I the rebels can well afford to give up their entire coast for a victory over Sherman. .'. The Toronto Globe thinks there is little danger that England will do any- " thig to provoke war with the United States. f ' ' It is said that a talented French !1 man has at length discovered the process ; of fixing the natural colors of any object t pho...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 15 March 1865

UMON in i i e 4. TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES'-Last words of Stenizn a. Douglas, VOLUME III. i0. 50. UEBANA, OHIO, "WEDNESDAY, MAECH 15, 1865. WHOLE XU3IBEB 154, '"URBAN A UNION. '"-OrrrcK: Coulson's Building, (second floor, PTestside North Main-street, near the Square. Teems: $2 50 per annum, invariably in ad vance. $1,50 for Six Months. UW OF IIWSPAPEBS: 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice o me contrary, are considered as wishing t o con -JnDe their subscriptions to the naner. St. If subscribers order the discontinuance of heir periodicals, the publisher may continue to ea mem until all arreantiri arc paia. 3. Ifsubscribere neglect orrefuse to take their periodicals from the office to which they were di rected, they are held responsible tillthcy have6et- r , tbed the bill and ordered thein discontinued. ' J 4. If subscribor6 remove to other places with aut Informing the publisher, and the papers are ent to thcformcrdirection...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 15 March 1865

URBANA UNION. WEVYESDAT EVEMXG, JUB. 15, 1865. Tebs: $2,50 a year, payable in advance. AJdresn, J.W.Hocx, Urbana, Ohio. Th Uxion of Hearts the Union of Hands Tke Union of States none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Landa And the Flj.g of Ocb Union Forever! TICKET FOR 1865. For States of The with Union of The States. For Governor of Ohio. For Governor of Ohio. GEN. GEO. W. MORGAN OF KNOW COUNTY. NEWS OF THE WEEK ENDING MAR. 15, 1865. Hcoh McColloch of Indiana has been nominated and confirmed as Secre tary of the Treasury. The subordinate? - of the Treasury, with a speaker at their Lead, in town meeting style, got up a congratulating reception a display which was in. bad taste. It was in worse taste, and is of bad omen, that the Secretary talked to them, about administering his Department in such a way as tj come . back to-specie payments. He is power less for that, when Congress tells him to get 600 millions of money or to issue 600 millions of Treasury Notes. Those flagra...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 15 March 1865

Urbana Union Directory. Urbana Union Directory. The Markets. 6EAI5,JtC. nvatea Weekly fcy KI-kfc.H Mmxw A Paya., AseHtftl C.aimlMl.aM .reliant. Flour.perbbl.... $S.50 Oats, per bush 65 Flonr.extra".... 9 S.V Barley, eprinir 1.80 Wheat, MbnBh.. , i-70 Clover seed 12.00 P.y 1.00 Timoihy" Hay Ttortnn IS 00 Flax " Cora, per bushel,!. ............t'0 PK0TISI0ITS. OwFHttl Weekly t f ci. nm PrtTblu lelr. 3wf, per pound, Pork, ; . Baron, Ham, Mackerel, - -nard. 4 13" Coffee, per B Sugar, ' ' Molasses, K O. Potatoes, pr. bu. Eirtrs, pr. doz. 55 25(330 150 100 25 10 25 25 1 Bnttr, thickens, 3.00 White hsb,Kbbl, 9,b0 Dried Applesoft, Vi Railroads. SANDUSKY, DAYTON & CINCINTI R.R On at.d after Oct 81, 1S64, Trains will pass tills (Urbana) station, as fallows : OOtXO NORTH. Mail 12.05, A.M. Nicht Express lu.us, p. nfronch Freieht. every day 8,30, Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays ... .6 50, x noma south. KaiL 12.25, P. v. Morning Express 5.32, a. m. Ihrouirh Freieht, eyery aav, o.w,.m. Way do Mon...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 15 March 1865

URBANA UNION. CITY AND COUNTY. News of our Neighbors. " Ox the 7th inst,, at the residence of the bride' father, by Rev. J. F. Jlarlay, o! Cin cinnati, ilajor W. F. Cummings, of the lV6th 0. V. I., to Miss Julia L. Willis. Springfield Democrat. Thiri is good deal of religion in Spring field, and the preachers are making more. .On Sunday last, Rev. Baumes, of the Baptist Church, baptised in Buck Creek twenty seven new converts to his church. They must have had a cold bath, but we have no doubt they received such a "spiritual" warm ing as will fully compensate tht-m for any earthly inconveniences they may have ex perienced. Springfield Democrat. The Sidney Brass Band, or a portion of it, - consolidated with a portion of the Brass Band ' of Wapakonetta, have enlisted to serve one year as a Brigade Band, in Sherman's Army, nd will be off in a few days for the front Stoke3 Cowgill writes to us from Urbana, that the Fall Wheat in Champaign county looks exceedingly well, and that there wil...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 22 March 1865

3.1 A M A yi rfl u 'J I "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." I-ast "Words op Stephen a. Douglas. VOLU3TE!'ffl.X0..51. tTHBJST-A., OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAECH 22, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER 155.1 : . . ' , t 1 ... : URBAN" A UNION. HOD'S, I.OSH. fWtCoif.fOE's 3uilding,"( second floor', IVeetside North Main-street, near the Square. Terms: f 2 50 per annum, Invariably In ad fance. 1,50 for Six Months. LAW OF NEWSPAPER It 1. Subscribers who do not "give express notice cuuinry, are considered as wisningto Cen time their SUllSCrintions to the nnTpr .i..l ulicriber8 order the discontinuance of heir periodicals, the publisher may continue to riiUieiu uutil-all arrearage are paid. 'S.-Itwilwcribersnegrlpct orrefuse to take their f eriodicale from tbe ollice to which they were di rected, they are held responsible tillthev have set tledtbe bill and ordered them discontinued. . r4. if subscribers remove to other places with utlnforming the publisher, and the papers ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 22 March 1865

135 URBANA UNION WEDNESDAY EVEM.VC-, MAS. 22, 18G5. Tsrs: $2,50 a year, payable in advance. AJilress, J.Vf. lloux, Urbana, Ohio. . Ths Usios of Itearts theCnlon of Ilandi Tke Union ot Sit6 none cuneever; Tbe Unioo of Lakes the Union of Lands And tbe Flag op Oub Ukioh Foreverl fr4 George W. Morgan. ' TnK Crbana Uiiion, a Democratic news paper of the modem school, anJ of the strict "CBtsect in that school, edited by an "Old Line Whig" of the severest tvpe, proclaims "m its' candidate for the next Governor of Ohio, Geo. Geo. W. Morgan, of Mount Ver non. The Union was one cf the Erst papers 'to' announce Gen. Geo. B. McClellan os a candidate for the Presidency. The result of the latter nomination having proved to be a 'pleasure trip to Europe by a private citizen we trust no sadder fate awaits its present military favorite. ' ' Thu above is from a paper called tlie 01iioState Journal printed at fJolumbus Ohio a city of the second class where Institutions of Infirmity most do congre gate...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 22 March 1865

",rtaua Sluica girtrtory. Jfy SJEtltis. fcrrsVtcaWmklr t7 J.ka Elefckcltxi Mirrewi jk rtneiUtnwCHUHMiunuiu. Flour, perbbi.... 15.50 Oats, per bush 65 Flour, extra" 9.N5 Barley, spring 1.80 Wheat, pr bush . . 1.70 Clover seed 12.00 Rve 1.00 Timothy" .... 4.00 H'aT.pertOB 18.00 Flu " 2.00 Corn, per bushel, 80 PE0TISI0JTS. Cmt4 W.klr ly J. C Cnlm, trr ami PrvUt Dealer. I f, per ponad, fork,' : scon, Ham, Mackerel, ' trL 12 2T Coffee, per lb 50 Snirar, ' 2530 is 5 10 85 Molasses, N. U. 15" Potatoes. Dr. ba. P0 Er -ph. Tr. dor. 1 f utter, 25 Chickens, ' S.00 Dried Aot)les.5, 12 HV nil Fish, ,50 SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCIN'TI ft. R. r-r-- ' ... i On and after Oct. 31, 1864, Trains will pass tile (Urbana j station, as follows : eorsa kokth. Mall. .12.05, a. M. 10.05, p. jc. Nu'lit Kmress . . Throneh Freight, everv day 8.30, Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays.. . .6 50, a v GOING SOUTH. Kail.... 12.25, P.M. Mornine Express 5.32, a. M. Throuch Freight, everr day 6.S0, a. Jt. ft'iy do Mondays, Weds a F...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 22 March 1865

Our Omnibus Budget. The knowledge of words is the gate of scholarship. It is said that there will be an ex tra session of Congress. Henry Ward Beecher receives $250.- 00- for every sermon he preaches I The Government owes the army one hundred and thirty -eight millions of dol lars. ' Woman can keep a secret, but it generally takes a good many of them to do it. ' There was no blood shed in taking Fort Sumter, and there has been none shed in retaking it ..-The English colonial possessions lave a population of 152,774,513, and a 'public debt of 142,700,500. Don't attempt another's work, nor adopt another's facts. It is a main less on of wisdom to know your own wisdom rom other people's. Savannah, Charleston and Wilming ton have been captured, and people ask if Jlobile can be. Echo answers, Ginly. -Peotia Transcript. A daughter of John C. Breckin- ridfre, who has been attending school at Louisville, is to be sent through the reb el lines to her father. Some untried men think themselves ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 March 1865

Mav" B . -m : . .. n rrawtelj pw- i Wheat, Hav.pt TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."- Worm o Skpom A.Douglas. aWsi i I 'VOLUME IV. NO. 1. UEBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAECH 29,1865. WHOLE NUMBER 156. I O; eoLur Od an Orbana, Jolomfc xm Piqua x Piqua Er Ex or an ru ' CJRBANA TTXION. OrpicEt Coupon's Building, (second floor,' nestside North Main-street, near the Square. Tsrms: $2 50 per annum, invariably in ad vance. $1,50 for Six Months. UW OF IEWSPAFEBSi .Subscribers who do not give cypress notice the contrry, are considered as wishingtocon '"theirBuiNscriptions to the paper. . If snb.seribers order the discontinuance of heir periodicals, the publisher may continue to P", . era nnt" a" arrearages are paid. . - It subscribers neglect orrefnse to take their periodicals from the office to which thev were di rected, they arc held responsible till they baveset lled the tiill and ordered them discontinued. r o 4; If "subscribers remove to other place...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 March 1865

URBAN A UNION, WSa.YESDAY EYEXI.Gt5UR. 89, IS65. tdm: $3,53 a year, payible. ia idvauce. A Ureas, J. W.ilii'x, Urbana, Ohio. Tma.VxioH of Hearts the Union of Handt The Cnlon ut States none can sever; Th Union oiXakei Jb.e Union of Xands Atoil fliij FLiQ OF Our Usios Forcverl 5v Our Generals. jinx Ediuburgb Review for January, 1SC5, lias n irtiule headed "Tke last Capigtv "in "Americft,n in which the ckwpaign ia commended to the Study of European officers, as affording lessons of great ' value ' in modern warfare. The article places a high estimate .on the generalship of Grant and Sherman, and e.,5omrnend Lt3 perusal to our readers, agi our columns do not permit very ex tended extracts, and parts-only would be unsatisfactory as breaking the argument. The Patriots who Jtnow all about warfare and Generals and jude of them to order, will be highly pleased at the commenda tion bestowed on these Generals, but they w.ni'not lite it so well that the article also attributes to McClellan the ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 March 1865

Klrtans tuit girrrtarg. rrevteeWeeklx T Jeke Elekteltz) Xttrcll A PaTaeAxeatt OtamluUi Merchants. rVur.Tverbbl.. fS.50 Oats. rerbnsb. 50 Flour, iitre,".... 9.85 Barley, spring Wheat, pr bush .1.30 Clovcrseed ... SO 1Z0O Kt - fjii. T5 Timothy .4 Ray, perton. .... 18.00 Flax " .. Ctii'a, per -BiieA, ....... :....... 4.00 .2.00 .S..56 PE0VISI0ITS..- . , , Cmer mmi PravUioa Dealer. Bei4,jer pound. Pork, ; Bacon, Ham, ' v Mackerel, ' - t-ard. ' 12 15 '25 ... 10 25 Ctoflee,per Jb - 60 Srwrjir. 82H0 160 Mu.afes,lT.t). Potatpcs, pr. b Euirs. pr. dor- 1 Knttar. . - - - 25 Chickens, i a.oo WbiteFi6h",Mbl'l,ll-25 1 Pried Applesoft, gailrwlis. SANDUSKr, DAYTON CINC1NTI R. R. On and after 'Oct. 81, l1?,' Trains will pass thU (Urbana) station, as louows : - .- aonQ NOBTH. Kail - ..12,05,a.m. Night Express . . . . 10.05, p. it. rWmroh Freis'fct. evert dav. ......8.30, " Waj do Mondays, Weda " Fridays.... S 50, a j GOING socio. Kail. - 12.25, P.M. Mornlne- F.vnre.sB .' 5.32, A. M. rhrnnirh Freight,...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 March 1865

That Iltaoic Youth ! After enduring the taunts of the press for lour years, the son o Lincoln enlisted. lie was made Captain he vu made an Aide he went to the front "We hare .heard of him by telegraph : IlKADQrARTFRS ARMT OF THR JlMKS, ) , ' - i ."i Is ib Field, March 3 A. M. ) Capfain Robert Lincoln, one of the Assist ant Adjutant Generals to Gen. Grant, and on of tlie President, paid his respects to Ma jor General OrJ, commanding this depart ment and army, on the day before yesterday, and met hi aunl, Mrs. Helm, hilf sister of his inqthcr, whom he bad not een for a period of Seven years. Mrs. Helm, the aunt in the case, a one of the Contederate sisters. t)nca more the hero ! EaAang. Robert T. - Lincoln, he An alii to (jraut did get to be. He soon was d refit 1 In soldier's best Anil loftily he bure his crest 1 r ." His straps were on, - - ius buttons shone His word too bright to look upon t Hoa marked his txnaJ, Then asked with dread, H Who'll number Capt. Lincoln's dead f" "? But...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 5 April 1865

IV .T 7 . .. . . VNJ- jr. r. ., - "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE'UNITED STATES." Last Words of Stephen A. Douglas. .- --" H'oiim- IV. X0. 2. UEBAlSrA, OHIO', : -DNESDArY, APEIL:-5, 1865. ' 1 WHOLE NUMBER 157. URBAN A UNION'. jr. tv. atotrx, phopir. OmfE Coulson's Building, ( Second floor, rt'estside North Main-etreet, near the Square. Tesms: 2 50 per annnni, inTariably in ad- ranee. fi,wiurou .uuqids, UW OF IEWSPAPERS: 1. Subscribers who do not five express notice u mcuuuirry, are ranmaerea as wittiingtocon iBuetbetreubscrintiona to tlie HrKr 8. If subscribers order the discontinuance of neir periodicals, the publkher may continue to end them until ail arrearages are paid. S. If subscribers neetei t or refuse to take their periodicals trom the office ton-hit thev were di rected, they are held responsible tilkhev have set tied the bill and ordered tbera discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other Dlaces with- sutinforiniugthc publisher, and the pap...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 5 April 1865

ggBAXA UNION" WKUSKSUAY EYE.MXG, 1PB. J, 1865. fsin: ?J,50 a year, payable in advance. A14res8, J. W.Honx, Urbana, Ohio. Tns Umos of Uanrts the Union of Hand. TUe Union of States none can sever; .Th Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flag or Oub Union Forever! NEW OF THE WEEK. ENDING APRIL 5, 1865. The occupation of Richmond took place on --the 3d. During the several battles which preceded it, twelve thous and prisoners were taken. Lee's Army has retreated Southward. . There is much disappointment with some that gold did not fall to a low pre mi urn, ; It was but slightly affected. The dealers in dry goods and commodities have from necessity to raise money or from choice submitted to a large reduc tion'. - r" The Government doe not make any statements now in regard to the public debt. . t. Mr, 'William Whiting from Boston has resigned the office of Solicitor to the War Department. lie was originally chosen because he wrote a pamphlet on the War Power of the President. He will...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 5 April 1865

it Skrttts. GKAI1T, c. KiMk)Tkr J.aa EtokaaUa Kurrcwi Paw, Anat C.bImI. M.rk.t. Floar.perbbl.... IS. 50 Oats, per bush. Floor, extra".... 9.85 Barley , spring ., Wheat, pr bosk . . 1.30 Clover seed , Rye 75 Timothy" .... Ray,perto 18.00 Flax ..... Cum, per bushel, : PE0TISIQKS. CarrMtoi Weekly kr CralMVi tfw Mi Pravlatoa awa. Seef.per pound. Pork, ! Coffee, per lb 8ogar, 4 Molasses. N. O. 50 150 Bacon, Ham, 25 Mackerel, 10 -rd, ' 25 Butter, 85 White FUb,KM,n,25 Potatoes, pr. ba. 80 IT tit HnL J ' ' Chickens, 8-JJJ nr;d Annies. Ib. . doc gsilrjrais. SANDUSKY, DAYTON fc CINCIN'TI R.R. On and alter Oct 81, 1SC4, Trains will pass this (Urban) station, as follows : eonio worth. Hail. ,...12.05, a.M. ...10.05, p. M. ....8.30, " Sight Express Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays. ...6 50, A rnrongn reigni, every uaj.. GOING SOUTH. Kail.... 12.25, p. K. Moraine Express 5.S3, a. . Throocb Freight, everv day, CW, a. M. Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays 5 00, p n United States Express Messensrer on all pas...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 5 April 1865

Our Omnibus Budget. . , Raids on whiskey shops are hecom- ing prevalent in New England towns. ..A poor, furnilj in Cincinnati has fallen Wir to a fortune of seren million dollars. -I'-'A nice" little girl in New Britain, Conn., committed suicide because she had fits. A country girl gave birth to a child ioT lh tpenJ street of Cork, Ireland, the other day. A young lady in Lewiston, Maine, was'recently arrested charged with steal ing a ploud. '.. Switzerland sent 7,500,000 gallons of abisinthe to Paris last year. It is a crary drink. Th Savannah, ladies are 'said to be in blissful ignorance of "mice," "rats," and "waterfalls." The big hotel in London has paid thirty per cent, profit. It expended to, 000 in advertising. ."Life is but a span," says the mor alist, "and I know how to drija it," re sponds the fast youth. . A pine tree, 1G5 feet high and 19 feet in circumference, was cut down in Monmoth, 3Ie., recently. . -Twa boys foncht a prize fight in England recently. The mother of one...

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