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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 16 July 1862

URBANA UNION. I u " m L - -lSSffff??ff"M1BM,,,l,lw'IMIII,M,MWB",1MI"1 - 1 j si "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.'' Last Wods of Stephen a. Douglas. VOL. I. TJRBAlSr, OHIO, "WEDNESDAY, JULY 16, 1862. XO. 1G. Poetry for the Hour. THE SOLDIER TO HIS CHILDREN. The following exquisite poem is ' el the Boston Transcript, as wri"e- in f'er a battle, by a soldier to his children hem Darling, I ti wearr pining : Ta-lo full cro n wsj : I can hardly ee the lining Of he cloil -he ailver lii'nj. Taming darknest into day. I tm weary of the sighing, Mienln. wailing through the air, Bre.klni heart Id amraish erring For the lnt one for the dying; Sobbing aojuUh of despair. Ism weary of the flThMng : Brother rM with brother's nr. Only that the inom wrre flp-htme Tr-th aid Honor's rattle fighting I would draw my sword no mora. I an plnine, dearest, pining For yonr kisses on my rheek : F ir roar dear arm ronnd me twmlng ; For your aoft evra on me shinine; For...

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 July 1862

URBANA UNION Triors: One DcUu ier anuura, in advance. Tue thcai'cst iuJ Um country pnper 'n J. W. Hocx, Urbana, OMo. T ITion of lie-arts the Vnion of Hani" ; The Union of States none can sever; 1 he Union of Lakes the Union of Laud ; " And the Flag or Ock Union Forever! War and General New of Week. ENDING JULY 15, 1862. Since our last issue the the United States has tateu the unueual step of visiting our principal camp be fore the enemy at Richmond. lie had a personal interview Viith Gen. "ilcCIellan, and haa returned to Washington. MeCMlan has been reinforced by eome ef the forces of Burnside, The enemy niakc.no movement to at tack McClcllan, and of course thry will wot, as he is getting stronger every day. When he can advance and make an at tack on them remains to te seen. Gen. Tope U concentrating hid forces in upper Virginia. Rumors of a vsgne character hut unfa vorable to the fafety of Gen. Curtis in Arkansas continue iu ins iron. No further news from Vicksburg, and tone from N...

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 July 1862

Urbana Union Directory The Markets. GRAIN, AC. CTTtei WeL!r W '"I1" Elt.-bfcUj Hn;n A p7ae, AzBtt Ckm1wIm Mervhital. Flour, per Mil...-. Oats, per buh 22 Flour, extra 5.00 Barley " 45..ct Wheat, pr bush . . SO Clover seed O.'JO Rtb " 40 Tiinothv " 0.00 iiiy, per ton 8.00 Flax " Com, per bushel, 23 PROVISIONS. Batt per pound, hQA ' Pork, ' 5...S Eacon, Ilam, 7& u Mackerel, ' 10 Coffee, per 3b 17.325 Sturar, ' lOuU Molasses, X. O. GO 50 Potatoes, pr. bu. Einrs, pr. doz. v bite I isli, y uuu e l.ao 5e Lard. ' SV6 CtllCbeUa, Butter, 7S 1 Dried Apples,', CINCINNATI. Flour Wheat, . . . Corn Harley, ... Eye ..LloiSO ... W.ul.oo ... 82.d: ... OO.tTO Oats,... 31 Clover Seed,.. 4.75,? 5.00 WnisKev hvfi Hops, . S.TomC.OO Lard, NEW YORK. Flour, $5.O0?5.S0 I Corn "Wheat, L10.d1.30 J Oats Kve 7i',.'-2 I Whiskey,. Bailey, 80.i5 ; Beef, 5Ti(J5S 8Sei41 750.50 NEW YORK. Railroads. SANDUSKY, DAYTON & CINCIN'TI R.R. On nd after May 5, 153, Trains v. ill pass this Crfcsn station, as follows t GO...

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 July 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. Next to frith ia God, tain's faith in IT.ta-elf ia bis own. solvation. Dou't undertake to Lis furwu woman; risk not a smack in st ;m The charities ol' a jjooJ m.;ny rub people seem altogether, .. lip :m ible. The 'es writer knows ef . sub ject, the more ink he uses in telling it. P.itien e in the strongest of strong drinks, for it kills the "riant De.pai. A rich wi e with a covetous hus band baa all a widow's privileges. Are not the prospects of your political friends ?" "Ye, when they look in the !'at e of yours." .... The traveller with empty pockets ean sing and. snap b"s finders in the ro ber'a face. Woman lost us one Paradise, but she can easily make another wherever ahe goes. Despair of freedom, even at the worst, is atheism to the goddess of lib erty. Tbre is perhaps worse masquer ading in churches than in halls and play bottses. . Flowers are beautiful thnujibts that prow out of the ground and seem to talk to-us. Even as Nature benevolently guards the t w...

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 July 1862

TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." La8T "Words op Stephen a. Douglas. TJUBVlSrA, OHIO, WEDIISTESD-A-Y, JULY 23, 1862. TO. 17. VOL. I. URBANA UNION Poetry for the Hour. DRUMMER BOY OF TENNESSEE. The following is a prose story of real life, exquisitely put into rhyme by the lair corres pondent of the Home Journal : When called the fife and dram at morn The soldier from hi rest. And those to higher honors bom With softer couches blest, There came, a captain brave to seek. Deep in her mourning clad. By loss made sad, and journeying weak, A mother and a lad And they came from Tennessee, Waiting the best of revielle. But, penniless and widowed, Her story soon she told : The band of traitor had not spared Her husband's life nor gold ; And now she brought her only son, To fill the drummer's place ; Thus yonng his daily bread to earn, Els country's foes to face : For be had learned, in Tennessee. To beat the call of revielle. The boy upturned his ea...

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 July 1862

UKBANA UNION MTD.ESDAY EVEMXG, JTLT ii, 1862. Terms: Oue Dollar per annum, in advance. Thc cUti'Cst and best country paper In Ohio! J. TV. Hol x, L'rbana, Ohio. Tr Un'ios of ricarta the Union of Hands The Union of States none can sever; Tlic Cnloa of Lakes the Union of Lands; And the Fno of Ocb Usios Forever! War and General News of Week. ENDING JULY 23, 1862. The war news of the week is very brief. Gen. Tope Las taken GorJons ville, which is a railroad center and cross ing on which Richmond depends. The Eebcls have eent out an hen clad ram and gun boat on the Mississippi, vhich ran thro' our fleet fighting her , way and took refuge at Vicksburgh. The Tresident has issued a general order for the employment of negroes by land and by sea, to work and fight. The mwt excellent and remaining news of tie week is the adjournment of Con gress. That Congress bad niosi import ant duties to perform, and it would be ad mJestl if we could not believe that some of than were well done but the body...

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 July 1862

GBAIS, AC. CerrssteJ Weekly r Hefck.lut Btacvews A Farx, AtuUl C1m1i Mcrvluuiu. Flour, per bbl. . . . H W Oata, per bush 22 Flour, extra".... 5.00 Barley " 45ta.su Wheat, pr bosh . . 80 Clover seed O.uO Rve 40 Timothy" .... 0.00 Hay, per ton 8.00 Flax " 1.00 Cora, per bushel, 2o PS0VISI0IT3. CemeU Weekly ky . C. CWo, Cmtf rmUM Patr. Beef, per pound. 5,3 8 Pork, ' 5(i8 Bacon, Ham, 10 Mackerel, 10 White Fish. Jbbl, 4,00 Coffee, per tt 1725 Sugar, ' 10L! Molasses, N. O. 60 Potatoes, pr. bu, 50 Eirirs, pr. don. Lard, ' 6H6 Chickens. 1.20 Butter, iS Dried Applesoft, 66 cracnrarATi. Floor. 4 15(34.30 Wheat, 9041.00 Corn, 8u ,ji '15 Barley, 60,,(,70 Oats SI Clover Seed, . .4.75(35.00 Whiskey ltvrlt Hoa, 5.T30.00 Bye, 50-do0 Lard, 5a!j6i 1TEW YORK. Floor $5.00g5.S0 1 Corn, 55g5S Wheat, LlO.il.SOjOata 8y Rve,.?.. . Whiskey,... 233S Barley, 80sjy5 j Beef, 4.75(30.00 SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCINTI R. R. On and after May 5, 1863, Train will pasi this (Urbana) station, as follows : ooinq sobtil Mail ...

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 July 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. .... It is beauty's privilege to till time, and t'ms's priviWe to kill Wiry . "Every Cook should circumnavi- ge the W3tlJ of kittten literature. Over-warm friendships!, like hot potatoes, are quiikly dropped. A verb is a word EigDifying to he, to do, or to suffer; woman's life is a verb. It is impossible to look at the sleepers in a church without being re minded that Sunday is a day of rest. The fixed purpose sways and bends all ciTcumstances to its usee, as the wind leads the reeds and rashes beneath it. I .... When Heaven Feuds ttoras upon men, they must imitate the humble grass which eaves itself by lying meekly down. It is difficult to keep one's temp er in a hot day, hut getting under a shady tree is the best way of taking nm . hrage. . Dan Rice " got off a good one" at Chicago. lie gave an exhibition for the benefit of Douglas Monument Fund, which netted over S500. Colonel Lewis D. Campbell, of the Sixry-nineth Ohio, has succeeded Col . cacl Stanley Matthe...

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 July 1862

"TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last "ords or Stephen- a. Poi-ola. TJRT3VwY. OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JULY SO, 186 STO. 18. URBANA NIQN. VOL. I. Poetry for the Hour. ODE-KEEP STEP WITH THE MUSIC OF UNION. .Composed for and dred at the meeting olloyal citizens, on Union Square, -New ork, July, 15, 1S62. BY WILLIAM ROSS WALLACE. Seep step with tie music of Cuion, The mnslc our ancestor sung When State, like a jubilant chorus, To beautiful isterhood sprung ! Oh ! thus their great Constitution, That guard ail the home of the land, A mountain of freedom and Justice, For millions eternally stand! North and South, East and West, all unfurling One banner alone o'er the sod, One Toice from America swelling, In worship of Liberty's God! Keep step with music of Union, What grandeur ite flag has unrolled : For the loyal, a Mar-lighted heaven, Tor traitors, a storm in each fold 1 The glorious shade of Mount Vernon Still points to each patriot's grave. Still...

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 July 1862

vrs-UiMm evemc, Jn.v , kb. Tkkms: One Dollar per auunm, la advance. Tae cJica. Cot a;id Lt country j er In Ohio! J. V. IIolx, L'rbaua, Ohio. T II Fvtos of n.-art tli Union of Ilonds Tiie C;iii. of States mm ran sever; Thu L'ni'in of L-ikt? 1ti Union of IjmJj; An J the Fla-.j-c Oca UsioEurtV4irI Tc UksaSa I'sku b irewir; fr tor the r-.wpi of CUiunf lign coiinty. It is npt in the liiteruvt of Riiy art j. mr if it ir.eaut to he iden tified with tUe mtm-i-t of any j arty, bwauee it will not le filtered. It will not hi Neutral for tl-iit ttie:in time serving timidity. It will liave very distinct opinion on all public qmvtiout connect. J with (rovenitneut, whether Union, S tte,or C unity: and on the expression of opin ions it will have but one guide. a strict adher ence to law. It Hill support the Constitution an ) the Liws, without reg.trd to rrlatforuis or to War and General New of Week. ENRING JULY 30. 1862. McClkllass Am:, !! the Jm U'v.t i swaiiin-r re-eiiSirn'tnotits. wi'hou which l...

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 July 1862

Wctova Elliott gu-rrtoru. Zlt WhxMs. GRAIN, C. CerrMte Weekly ? kk.ll. I Macrewa Alcatel t .''' Mer.kB.ta. Flour, per bol. . . . u. l er buah 2. F! ar, e.tra " . 4.00 'Jarley " -fai :,. aeat, pr oB R ve " - Ot: C lover seed 0' Pt Tiuiothv " 0.0 Uaj, per ton . . . . S.00 Flax " 1.0 Cvfii, per bushel, 25 Orreete WnVlj W J. C. fnh tirscer PravlslM Itasler. Beef, per pound, 5,S Fork,' 5a B icon. Ham, 7 10 Coffee, per lb 17 : M.7iasae. N. O. Mackerel, l Potato, s, pr. bu. Egg, pr. do. 5e Lird. llukeus. Bauer, T6 Dried Apple, f lb, CIHCIKHITI. Flour,... AVSeat, . . C'irn .HIS J 4-30 ... W) il.ou . . Si .i 35 Oat,, 8: 5.0t Clover Seed,.. 4. 75 tiiskey Hogs, . . . Lard, ... Birley, 60 a 70 .S.75(i;8.: K,e 5050 KtW TOBX Flour.: tS.00, t.VSO ! Corn Vfueat, 1.10 U.iW J Rve, 7-.)(j"2 I Whiskey... B'irlcy, bOjiMoiBeef, 2D & 4.755.50 JSailroaHs.' SANDUSKY", DAYTON CINCIN'TI R. R. On a id after Miy 5. BU Train will put thlf (Urbana) station, a follow. : COINS SOUTH. Man .H3'1" N.-lit tl.ii.re....

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 July 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. It is not in brutes that we find the most brutality. . Man says, I mat my fortune; woman, I wait one. Face the devil when you must ; fly Lira when you may, The pleasure of despising is at all times a dangerous luxury. Every man has his frienJs, if he only knew where to find them. It h far better to suffer than fo lose the power of suffering. Obscure writers, like tuxlid streams. seem deeper than they are. - It is often nobler, and more diffi cult, to conquer a doubt than a redoubt. A verb Is a word signifying to be, to do, or to tuffer; woman's life in a verb. . Every woman's rights are marri age rites; every traitor's rights, funeral rites. Every witticism is an inexact thought; that which is perfectly true is imperfectly witty. Superficial men have no absorb ing passion ; there are no whirpools in a hallow. . If a man can not do his duty in the situation he is in, ho can not do it anywhere. None- of tw can afford to lose the privilege of suffering for the sake ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 6 August 1862

URBAMA UNI ON: "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words op Stephen A. Douglas. VOL. I rrH33A-3A.9 OHIO, EDlSrESr)A.Y, AUGUST 6, 1862. NO. 19. Poetry for the Hour. LISTEN, YOUNG HEROES. BY OLIVER WENDELL HOLMES. LisTES, young heroes ! your country is calling ! Time strikes the hour forthe brave and the true! Now, while the foremost are fighting and falling! Fill up the ruika that have opened for you 1 Ton whom the fathers have freed and defended ! Stain not the scroll that emblasons their fame ! Ton who fair heritage spotless descended. Leave not your children a birthright of shame, Stay not for questions while Freedom stands grasping. Wait not till Honor lies wrapped in his pall ! Brief the lips' meeting be, swift the hands' clasp ing " Off for the wars r is enough for them all. from th.i-m ht Vftnlri fdTldlv OArfifiS VOU! Hark ! lis the bugle blast! sabres are drawn! Mothers shall pray for you, fathers shall bless you Maidens shall w...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 6 August 1862

UKBANA UNION WED.XESDAl KYEMXG, iltlST , 1SU. Txkmk On Xtellar per annum, in advance. - Toe cbeapcafantf Best country paper in Ohio! J. W. Hoc, Urban, Ohio, Thb Umios of Hearts the Union of Ilauils The Union of State none can sever; The Union of Lakes tire Cuion of Lands; And' tb FLuff Or OrB Cnios Forever! Tn Urban. Usioh is a newspaper for the people of Champaign county. It is not iu the interest of any party, nor is it meant to be iden titled with the Interest of any party, because it will not be fettered.. It will not be Neutral for that m earn-time serving timidity. It will have very distinct opiniojse al? public question connected with government, whether Union, State, or County : and on the expression of opin ions it will have bnt one guide, a strict adacr ence to hw. It will support the Constitution and the Laws, without regard to platforms or to part; dogmas. War and General News of Week. ENDING AUG. 6, 1862. Thi aimy of McClellan still holds the same position near Richmond...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 6 August 1862

Zt Sferttts. nvirn ab. CwhM Vnklr to Maarews Hour, per l)bl.; L50 Oats, per budi 88 Flour, extra".... i wley " N, Wheal, pr bash SI 4 cv v rvr bcqu,, ...... V.i'v Timothy" ..... 0.00 t-. 8.00 Fiax "r Corn, per bushel, 28 .... J.w IS0YISI05S. Orrerte W ekly y J. C. C ! timi iTevksUa Dealer. Beef, per pouud, 5 8 Fork, ' 51 S Bacon, Hun, ' 13 Mackerel, ' 10 White Fish. U bbl, 4,00 ruflVe. rjer lb 1735 Sucar, ' ' 10(iUW( M.ilases. N. O. M I'(t aloes, pr. bu. Eik. pr. do. 40 6 1.20 5iti Lard, ' tX6 Chickens, Batter, 10 Pried AppleBuS, CIKCIITKATI. Floor, tll.Va4.S0 Wheat, 0U.OO Corn, 32.it 3o Barley 80,70 Rve, .... 6050 Oats 31 Clover Seed, . .4.75(3 5.00 Whiskey, .... 10rl nog, 5.7518.00 Lard, odjo. xt toss. Flour t5.fM3.90 I Corn. Wheat, 1.101.80 j Onto Rve, TMS I Whiskey,. Barley, j Eeef, 55(858 3Ni41 4.75(5.50 SANDUSKY, DAYTON t CINCIN'TI R. R. t .... i O, and after May 5, 1883, Trains will past tbia (Urbaaa station, aa follow : GOING NORTH. Mail Night Express r- Way do Moudavs, Weds...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 6 August 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. A law overcharged with severity, I:ie a blunderbuss known to be over loaded with powder, will be pretty sure ' to row rusty by disuse. In the statement of truth, clear ness is intimately connected with con ciieaoss, as the lightning, which ia the brightest thing, is also the briefest. Pleasant and cool upon the souls cf tha scholars of the present age, lie tLe shadows of the trees under which riuto taught. The disconsolate lover writes let ters with his own blood. He wades into the brook to bo bitten bv leeches, and ' uses his feet as inkbtands. ' ' The steam of your life ia not in all things like an ordinary stream ; you can't infer that it is pure because ycu distinctly see ths dirt at the bottom cf it. IIlf our lives we pass in the shadow of the earth ; and sleep, the brother of Death, exacts a third part of "our lives. ' Gov. Morgan, cf Xew York, has written to each township Surveyor, urg . icg him to push forward army enlist ments with the utmost endeaver. R...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 13 August 1862

TTWIOW 1 o TELL THERI TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."- Words op Stephen A. Douglas. Vol. I. UH:BnA3 OHIO, -WEDIsTESDA-Y, ATJaUST 13, 1862. IsTO. 20. Poetry for the Hour. THREE HUNDRED THOUSAND MORE. VT arw coming, father Abraham, three fcandred thousand more. From Mississippi's winding stream and fro It) Kew t - England shore ; We leave our ploughs and workshops, oar wires and children dear, With hearts too big for utterance, with but a ai lent tear; W Bare not look behind us, bnt steadfastly be fore We are coming, Father Abraham, three hundred thousand wore ! If you look across the hill-tops that meet tLe " northern sky. Lorn; moving lines of rising dost your vision may descry; - And now the wind, an instant, tears the cloudy veil aside. And floats aloft our spangled flag In glory and in pride; And bayonets in the sunlight gleam, and bands brave muflc pour We are comiiie, Father Abraham three hundred thousand more ! In you look all up oar valleys...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 13 August 1862

"(JRB A. I'XIONJ 7. 1 VEDMaim ETE.M.vc, U tlST II, Iztii. Tkkms: One Dollar per annum, in advance The cheai'Cft mid bc-t country p:ipcr in OUiuI. J,W. Hoi x, Urbauat Oli'ut. The I'sios of Hearts the Cn'mii of Hands The Uuiou of Status none can sever; Tlic Union of Lakes the Union of Lands; . And the Flag or Oir Ckion Forever! ' . , ,. Tiib l ktian.i vsiiok i a newspaper fur the; people of Champaign comity. It is not fn the Interest of any party, nor is it meant to be iden- with tl'w interest of .y party became it wiU not be fettered. Ii will ant bo Neutral for that means-time serving timidity. It will have distinct opinions on all public questions ronnectcd with government, whether Union, State, or Cinntr : and on the expression of opin- ion. i m ill hav"e but one guide,- n rlet tdbar enee to law. It will support the CoutUuiB aud the Laws, without nar'Uo. plMktu or to jirty dogmas. War and General News of Week. ENDING AUG. 13, 1862. The avmy cfJIcClellau has f untinued to send parti...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 13 August 1862

Urbana Union Directory. Zt Otitis. GEAIS, C. Flour, per bM.... Oata, perrjsjrt Flour, extra".... 5.00 Barley " ... Wheat, pr b . . tsl Clover need... Rye 3 lituovby ... Hay, per ton. 8.09 Flax ... Cora, per bushel, 2S 28 . 50 0.0t 0.00 1.00 ' FEOVISIOITS. CermtsC Weklr kr i. C. Caal trim ui Praviafc Beef; per pound, 5a9 Pork, ' . 6 Bacon, Ham, 12 Mackerel, ' " 4 ' 10 Coffee, per lb 17i25 Sugar, ' 10(gl2 "6 Molasses, I. u. Potatoes, pr. bu. Eggs, pr. doz, 40 c 1.30 56 White FiBh,bbl, 4.00 Lard. 5S6 vuicacns. Butter,- 10 Dried Applc,VB, CHfCHT51TL Flour,.. Wheat, . Corn,. .. Barter, . Rye,.'... .tJ-15.34.3P ... UGYrl.UO . . . t:ha 70 .. 50.50 Oata,... 31 Clover Seed,.. 4. 73,3 5.00 Whisker. lbU8 Hop,- .5.7.'X'?.00 Lard, KTV7 Y0&X. Flour,... ...t5.0025.30 I Corn Wheat, LIO'21.80 j Oats Rve, 7W2 I Whiskey,... Barley, 80i5 Beef, 55(358 8641 4.755.50 glaUnraiw. SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCIN'TI R. R. Oil and after May 5, 1852. Trains will past this (Urbaoat station, as follow : OOrNQ NORTH. ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 13 August 1862

Our Omnibus Budget. , TVat gowarnsni L safest vLich Swtka. fcrason tbewuvt ridicdoira. He -who if a slave to himself has master that he cannot run away from. -l In all the wedding cake, hope is the sweetest of the plums. They saj that love is like the meafcles alj the worse when it comes IrtkiaEfe. Self-defence is the clearest of all laws; and for this reason the lawyers don't make it .... Some one 6ays that a lobster is a posthumous work of creation, for it is only read after death. . : JIaster Jones can yon tell me when the dark ages were ? The age be fore gas was invented. The European steamers took out nearly a million and a quarter of specie last week. A letter from Norfolk states that there have been several cases of yellow fever there. . . The famous crops of Central Vir ginia secin to be a failure this season. The wheat crop is almost ruined by rust, and corn has no prospect of ripening. ... The iron gunboat business Is go ing on bravely. Four new vessels of the kind are to ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
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