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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 12 April 1865

.cosines !;.-I,T l'-'' "1 S-r .. -.- 1 TOME JSWS err T E L L T HEM TO' OBEY THE LAW S A N D U PHOLD ,, XIH33 AlSrC : OHIO, THE CONSTITUTION OF T7TT -VDESD THE UNITED STATE S;" It Woeds ot Sxep?in a. Douglas. A-Y, APEIL 12, 1865. ' WHOLE NUMBER 153. URBANA USTIOlSr. 7 ..- r- . Orpicc Conlsnn's Buildinir, (second floor, Testside North Main-street, near the Square. Tibvs: 2 50 per nnnnm, invariably Iij ad fapceJtljSOfgjJiOUffilhB. ., , .', j 111 OF lEWSPAPERt: j 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice o the contrary, are considered as wishingtofcon Inuc thcif subscriptions to the paper.-- - ; i fJlj 8ubscrrt)'r rdB fhe'ecatiatfanoe of Aletr!peilodicalet fhe publisher may continue tc lend them until all arrearntres are raid. 8t l-'ft-frMTibtrs St gfrel oi Mftisc-fo take their perlouioals from the ollice to which they wercdi rocted.tbey are held responsible till thoy have set lied the bill and ordered them discontinued.1 "-' 4. If subscribers remove to other places with ut Informin...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 12 April 1865

URBANA UNION. WED.ESDAT EVEMSG, APR. 11, 1865. taui a year, payable in advance. Aldress, J.W.Hoox.Urbana.Onio. Tb Csios of Heart thelTnlon of Handi rv TTnion of States none can sever; The Union of Lake the Union of Land , And the Fuuj or Oca Ckjo Foreverl The News. flr readers will nil Lave heard before this reaches them the great newB of the week the surrender or uen. .Lee ana his whole army to Gen. Grant On the 7th Gen. Grant wrote to Gen. Lee request ing a surrender of his arm j in view of the hopelessness of farther resistance on hit Dart and to spare the further effusion . ef blood. Lee enouired the terms on which the surrender would be received The terms allowed by Gen. Grant were that rolls in duplicate of the whole army should be prepared one copy to be re tnined hv an officer'- designated be him' , ti self and the other by one designated by " Un T.ftP trie nnblie nronertv and arms to be surrendered and the officers and "men to be at liberty after giving them ' parole not to...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 12 April 1865

,:f. rrv.i Wkl, T Jka Clafcaaltai vt Inarms Aawtal OwUslM 'aaaMsi riwiT,perbbl.... S. 50 Date, perbmh... floor, extra".... 8.85 Barley, pring .... f- V ; prbastt,. ISO CloveTieed....-r.., f T3 Timoikj'.' ....... Lay.perton 18.00 Flax " Csm,per bushel, rxomiosi. Sutil Waaktr 7 J. C. CmIhi, tin i tti fmhln .. 50 . 1.80 12.00 .4.00 .8.00 ...60 taef, per pound, fork-l r ".con, Hun, f . . kcnofel, ' Uard, Fatter. ' Coffee, per lb Bun. ' S3 MXaea,K.O. ISO Potatoes, pr. bo. JO Enrs.pr.aos. 85 10 as as WruuFUh,Kbbl,U. rwi.H AddIss.. 13 ft.. ?T X. - . . ' " r 1 - tANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCIN'TI R.R. .' rr " On and after Oct. 81, 1864, Train will paaa tail (Urbana) atation, a follow : oorxo HOSTS. Kail 13.05, an. -it t-rrrwit .rt . f . K A . . as. jl& r o !, Weichl; ay....V.,'..8.90, t Viay ao Mondsv, Weds a Jrilaja.... 50, a M . riu.r.':r.n.t.".r.-...:r..t..T.v.la.25, r.jt. V.'oruini Exprea 5.83, a. M. , r r'as:li rreif 6. every cay,. , .. a- ,C.Wj lioBdaya, VTad jrridaj..j..5 0Q,m United Sta...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 12 April 1865

Our Omnibus Budget. r i , - The people of Paris eat every day two million francs worth of dinner. , Jos. H. Patterson, a one armed sol dier of Piqua, has been appointed Post master in that city. Mr. Gough has been obliged to sus pend his lectures for a time, in conse quence of the failure of his voice. . A Chinese chief, having stolen a missionary's watch, brought it back the next dav, tolearn how to wind it up. XhtstlTtsjTrgTShel ingoldj at Denver, Colorado, and apples ot the lie o marbles are fifty cents each. Hon. Montgomery Blair, late Post master General, has returned to the prac tice of law in Washington City. John Sheridan, a brother of tfifl gallant Phil. Sheridan, was drafted lost week at Circle ville. "f. ' General Washburn has Issued an order to the United StfftejJPolice to eon fine their attention entirely vto military offenders. : .- ' A certificate of acjiosit on .the eld Chillicothe Bank, for theTeuoTof f 1,800, given in 1818, was sent in last week for collection by a...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 April 1865

URBANA UNION: ssw&l .... "jfeife? TELL THEH TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. "-Last Words of Stephen a. Douglas. VOLUME-IV.' SO. 4. UEBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APEIL 19, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER 159. URBAN" A UNION. r. w '. ix tux, r" rt. o OrncE: Coulsou's Buildinc (second floor, K est side North Main-street, near the Square. Terms: 2 50 per annum, invariably In ad vance. $1,50 for Six Months. UW OF REWSPAPEBS: 1. Subscribers who do uot eive express notice o the contrary, arc considered :is wishingto con tnuetheirsuJwcriptidns to t lie paper. 8. If subscribers, order the discontinuance of neir periodicals, the publisher may continue to end tbeiu until all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers ncirlect or refuse to take their periodicals trom the oliiceto which they wcredi rected.they are held responsible tilltlicvhavesct tlod the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other daces with ut informinpxhc publisher, and the papers a...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 April 1865

Pi ii 1 URBAN A UNIONf ts ti: S3,33 i year, payable in advance. Udress, , J.W.Hocx.t rbana,Ohio. Tn rjsiow of Hearts theUulon of Hand Tse Union ot States none can sever; Tho Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flao of Our Union Forever! Q M NEWS OF THE WEEK. ENDING APRIL 19, 1865. One great event the death of the ."'President, prevents curiosity except for 1. he details of that event. Some will say Hhat it has caused much bad feeling among the people. Others will say, and 1aiuch more truly, that it has made mani 11 The probable murderer is a play-actor bv the name ot J. tike iiootn. liii-i 'inntivas aud the incitements which let him to the crime are unknown. I The city of Mobile has surrendered onl the capture of the Forts which defended it. The army of Johnson his surrender ed on the same terms which had been 'granted to the army of Lee. l In his last days, Mr. Lincoln showed -.SllIUS til a Wise UIUUUJUUUU. XI oamv Ispirit can prevail we shall have peace . . , ... I again. Ju...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 April 1865

rt3M SUlca gimtory. GSillf, tC. Innr.Derbbl.... t3.50 Oats, ver bush 5C flour, extra" 9.5 B&rlev.SDriDZ vt.Trrbiiah.. 1.80 Cimwaeed 12.0 ;.va. " 75 Timothv" .... rlav.nertoii 18.00 Flax " 2. Cora, per boeUcl, PEOVISIOKS. Cmt4 WmLIt ky t. C. ! DPMrui rmUtoi Dealei 60, 13V ' ieef, per pound. !Pork. 2 3aeon, Ham, , 2j Mackerel, ' 19 ' -rd, ' 25 Butter. 25 j White Fl6h, M bbl,ll,25 1 Coffee, perlb Sugar, ' ; 8 Potatoes, pr. bu. Chickens, ' Dried Apples,. 1- v. -gsilrrato. - SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCIN'TI R.R. On and after Oct. 81, 164, Trains wiU pass- lhi (Urban) stauon, wu. I SOIN'O SOBTH. Mall s'i'-bt Ejcreae j ............... ii.-ut i'reight, every day... ,WaJ do Mondays, Wcda Fridays. 12.05, a.m. 10.05, p. m.N ..8,80, ...6 50,AM"j . . , . ooiss aourn. J Unit.dSUtesErpreB8"Mcn!reronallpaSseJ ier train. - - JAS. P. "1SDAR, Agent. 4 . . , r J pOLUWaus, Pig -3 H ir:----i; ;WL -i & OnandaflcrOct.-31, irarns wui irr-, and after Not. SI, 134, trains (second class) wiH . ) run u f.tlWl...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 April 1865

How We Lost Richmond. BTTeTiiMiijj to aJopt the "Crittenden Com promise" of 1S00-GI. It would have cost neither money nor blood, only a little ink, a little paper and a little sacrifice of party plat form and parlizau bitterness, to have Kept it. HOW WE RE-TOOK RICHMOND. By four year9 of horrible war ; by shed ding riverg of blood ; by sacrificing a million of lives; by levying a tax of $400,000,000 and accumulating a debt of 4,000,000,000 of dollars. To this add the material ruin of large parts of the South, aud the impending baudniptcy and fcdminetcial ruin of the North, sad then the general demoralization of both sections, and you have fome idea of the cost. The time is not far distant when these things will be inquired into. Who are to be the men of the future the men who were for peace and conciliation, or the men who were for "a little blood-letting?" Judge ye. A Shave and a Drink. It 13 related that a witty son of Erin, who war a barber by trade, finding his business leaving ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 26 April 1865

TTTRTRA M A UNION. "TELL THElg TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words op Stephen A. Douglas. " VOLUME IV. XO. 5. THREAA., OI-IIO, WEDNESDAY, APEIL 26,1865. WHOLE NUMBER 1G0. URBAN A UNION. Office: Conlnon's Building, (second floor, R'estsidc North Main-street, near the Square. Terms: $2 50 per annum, invariably in ad rance. $1,50 for Six Months. UW OF IEWSPAPERS: 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice o me contrary, are considered as wishing to con .ipsetueirsubscriptions to the paper. , V. ft" subscribers order the discontinuance of hsr periodicals, the publisher may continue to ientf t hem, until all arrearage arc paid. 8. If subscribers neirlect or refuse to take their periodicals from the office to which they were di rected, they are held responsible tilltheyhavesct lled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with 9ut informing the publisher, and the papers arc lent to theformerdireetion,thc...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 26 April 1865

WiVroJiv kvem yi.. mi. to, istws. I'j'H: a year, p;.Me In aJvum-e. AJJxesP, J.W.H'MX.ri'buiia.Oliio. ! V','''--"J''r"?"'-. 1 V"" .v.e;',- v'ti Tun Uion of Hearts the Union of Katies The L'niou of iJtateB none can sever; The Union of Lakes tlic Union of Lnnds And. the Flag of Oik Union Forever! The Coming Future. . The President of tic United States, jvas addressed on the 21st April ly gome men at Washington calling themselves a Delegation Uovx Indiana and he made this reply : ''It in not promulgating anything that ! I have not heretofore said to say that traitors must be made odious ; that trea son must be made odious; thnt traitors must he punished and impoverished. Ap plause. 1 hey must not only be punish cd but their social power must bo destoy ed. If not they will still maintain an as cendancy, and may aain become nume rous and powerful. Tor in the words if ' s former Senator of the United Slates : " Where traitors become numerous cuoupl treason becomes respectable." And say, af...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 26 April 1865

yrtata Attica giwtorjj. -6RAI2f, tC. ' VirrMtctWaeklfky am ELkk.lt.i X.erew. P.y.e, a.se.t.1 C.nmlMlo.Merohant. ?lonr,perbM... Flour, extra,":.. Wheat, pr hash . Rye . Hav,perton tr0 Oats, perbusli.. 9.85 Barley, spring ... i.SO Clover seed ; 75 Timothy" .... 1S.0O Flux " .. . 12.00 .2.00 ...50 PE0TISI05S. C.rrte Wetkly r c- (Sneer ... rmblti Dealer eef, per pound, Pork, 4 ; BacoB,Ham, Mackerel, ' Uard, ' Coffee, per ft S3 10 25 Molasses, N. -ToUtoes, pr. lu. Erirs. pr. dor 3.00 -j Butter, 25 Chickens, WWteeVi8u,Kbbl,li I Dried APplc.ytt. SANDUSKY, DAYTON It CINCIN'TI R.R. On and after Oct. 81,T64, TreiiiB will pae this (Urbana) station, as follows : . . . Borao SOUTH. Uaj ..iao5,i.M. S" urht ExpAsss r rhrongh Freight, evert day o.oO, Way do Moudays, Weds Fridays OjO, am going SOUTH. Kail p- ' Morning Express o.o-, A. Thronirh Freisrht, every day 'V-1' Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays 5 00, P United States Express Messenger on all passe zer trains. J AS. P. WSDAK, Agent. DOLUMBUS, P1QUA...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 26 April 1865

Our Omnibus Budget. We must tell some men a great deal to teach' them a htt'e. Immoral boots isliouU la louu.l in the skins of their authors. ' -- 'As for preserving fruits through the year, we certainly can if we can. '.j A man's trials cannot be insuffer able if he lives to talk about them. The slave of a coquette's caprice is tied to' the tail of a jack-o'-lantern. rjr ..n.. .We v often meet dead men in our "walks ghosts of our former selves. One kind of mortar is designed to fill up chinks; another to make them. . When we think of good, the angels are silent; when we do it, they rejoice. Those who don't live, but merely breathe, make a base use of God's atmos r Inhere. , v -f ' . ' ' A ship at sea, like many a poor fel low on shore, may have to sink for want of bail. A patient is undoubtedly in a bad way when his disease is acute and his .... . doctor isn't. ',' :.V - Touag ladles rarily kiss each other ".. except when there are gentlemen to see . 'item do it. -. ' The calf of a...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 3 May 1865

UNION. rv j r 1 i u IT "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS" AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." I-ast Words op Stephen A.Douglas. URBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3,1865. 'VOLUME IfS.'C WHOLE NUMBER 161. ' If CJRBANA UNION. Omce Conlson's Bnilding, (second floor, ft est side North Main-street, near the Square. Tkkms: S3 r0 er annum, Invariably in ad rance. f 1,50 for Six Months. UW OF NEWSPAPERS: 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice o the contrary, arc considered as wishingto con inucthdirtulicriotioiis to the rmner. 2. If subscriber order the discontinuance of lhelr'pe.riodicais, he publisher may continue to ieud them until all arrearages arc naid. 8. if subscribe r negk-vt vr refuse to take their periodical from the office to which they were di rected, they are held responsible tilit hey hare eel tied the bill and ordered them discontinued. , 4. If subscribers remove to other places with- sutinformingthc publisher, and the papers are lent to thciormerlircetion, they ar...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 3 May 1865

x ueii.vesiav eiem.m;, sv j, ifes. Aidress, J.W. ULS, Urbana, Ohio. I - TnE U.vios of Hearts tLc Union of Hand The Uuion ot Stales none can sever; 1 Tne Ualon of Lakes the Uuion of Lands ' And tte Flao or Ocb Csios Forever! The Mob Spirit. . TflERE'have Leen indications of late in various parts of the country of an ef- '"" fort to revive tie mob spirit always ex ; ' iaiting ia a latent form ia times pf politi cal excitemont, and which has always been encouraged by a ccrtai n class of men in the Republican party who would be hocked at the idea of being connected with a mob, but who contribute their share on the same general principles, in which they have borne their part of the country's burden iu the war namely by doing the talking while others were urg ed forward to do the' fighting.. Within the last month, actsof violence have been .committed against persons and property merely on grounds of political hostility and inconsequence of the mob teachings we refer to. We are not speakin...

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

Strbans SUiott girtrtcry. 6X415, AC. OarrMttiWMbljkr Jfc Elrkkltc liimrt Parae, AaUl CalulMrkst. .".flu,erbbl.... $.50Oats, perkusb. V) 4'lour, extra" 9.IS5 Barley, spring 1.80 Vheat, pr bush . . ISO Clover seed 12 00 ye 75 Timothy" .... 400 6 Ilav.peatbn 18.00 Flax " .".8.00 Corn, per bushel, 50 PB0TISI0SS. Crrete4 Waekljr r J. C. ieet, per pound, 133 Coffee, perfc Molasses, N. O. Potatoes, pr. bu. Fairs. VT Chickens, ' Dried Apple.r"'i 40 IS 150 bO 15 8.00 12 Torn, ; eWcon, Ham, Mackerel, 4 . ' idu-u,- Butter. White Fish,Kbbl,ll,2 SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCIN'TI R. R. On and after Oct. 81,1864, Trains will pas this (Urban) station, as follow : eorse XOKTB. Msll 12.05, a.M. Sight Express 10.05, p. M. rbromrb 'Freight, everyday a... 8,30, " Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays 6 50, am GOING SOUTH. Kail. 12.25, P.M. Moraine Express 5-3i M- Through Freisrht, every day VSa- M- Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays & 00, p m United States Express Messeneer on all paese jrer trains. JAS. P. PISDAK, Agent...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 3 May 1865

Our Omnibus Budget. v.- - ' t . Toclry calls a tour to beauty's eye Ttcncr .fan iCvnas Wimlo to her lip. V.licn we tlintoI-gooJ, tLe angels are silent ; wncn we do it, they rejoice. . He is ' the greatest, man whose Etrcngth Hrries 'op the most hearts Lj the attraction of Lis own. . Tke 'message of Governor Brownlow to tho Tennessee loirielature says the State debt was in October, 1SG1, eG.SOG, 60(5 60. " . ... ThaanumnLof pew rent collected in the Unitarian Church' of San Francis co, for the last-yew, was equal to ?70,000 UJJIJjrtjcnfnoii Legislature haft Msc& a bill afproriating f 25,000 for the pur chaseof the burial place of the late Ste 'p Aougl'a. " V n - AcKId born recently in San Fran . cbeo had no opening for jts eyes. Cats ' were made' and" a pair of bright onca wero "Among-thei2a?cucraders at a rc- w agent bull in New York, was a " Joan of "VBtraw,'v ' labelled ." peace commissioner from Eichniond.;' . , , .1 General Ilalleck assumed command yjciIClal UilllClii acuuiu...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 10 May 1865

URBANA UNION. TOLmiE IT.'XO. 7. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD UEBAKA, OHIO, WEDISTESDA THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words op Stephek a. Douglas. - Y, M-AuY lO, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER 162. CJRBANA UNION. Office Coupon's Build'me, (second floor, If estside North Main-street, near the Square. Terms: $i 50 per annum, Invariably in ad rauce. f 1,50 for Six Months. UW OF lEWSPAPERSt 1. Subscribers who do not irive express notice o the crnt ivy, are considered as wishing to con Inuetheirsuliscriptuins to the paper. f J2, Jf ubsvi;ilier .order the discontinuance of Be4nr'Adieals, tite publisher may continue to teudtheiu uutii all arrc.ar-.urcs are pn'id. 8. j!ubrrilc."SBoc:lcet or refuse to take their periodicals from the oinVe to which they weredi rected,thcy arc held ret pousitiletillthcyhaveset lied the hill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with antlnforininj the publisher, and the papers are tent to tnelormerlirection,tIiey 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. — 10 May 1865

UKBAXA UNION HK3XES31Y EVEIXC,'aiT 10, IP5. iJ,"J a year, p;iyalili! in advance. -A Uress, J.W.IIocs, Urban, Ohio. Tub Uxion of IT cart st lie Union of Ilsnds Tke Union 1 States none can sever; The Union ofLakc the Union of Lands ( the Flag Or Oub Ujios Forever! Martial Law. J. 1iU Ul U Ullj 1 JU-,ti- v uu.w ' Usios hell tils language on the subject I ' ' A t, M, rrtrt IQrtO Inn T tt ti v k of Martial Law., It is now reproduced ..ant aiiirmeu. 1 tie time is coming wiicn "e neoclc will trv conclusions on the matter whether they are to be governed ?;;by irresponsible military orders, or by ?-tfc Constitution and the laws made in pursuance tuurcui. WHAT IS MARTIAL LAW? ii.i Ix i3 that excrciso of military power vrh'wh declnres itself in absolute posses sion of a district, and which Eupplants or overlays the civil administration of po lice. It has nothing to do with civil rights, and it furnishes no remedy to ' secure them. It has nothing to do with civil injuries and it furnishes no re...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 10 May 1865

GEAIN, &C. 5rvet We tly Vy Job. FlfbkolUl J.vew Par.e, Aett C.smlnal..Merek.t. r"lonr,perb'ol.... $8.50 Oats, perbusji 50 tlon;extr" 9 S5 Barlev, spring 1J Wheat, pr bush.. 1.30 Clovei-seed 12.W Rye- 75 Timothy" .... JIaT.Dertan 18.00 Flax " 2.00 -Corn, per bushel,... ..60 PROVISIONS. Crreete Weekly T c- C.U., trmrili rr.rl.lo. Dealer -"eef. par pound, Pork, ; Bacon, Ham, Mackerel, "lav la 23 10 Coffee, per ft Supar, ' Molas cs, N. O. Potatoes, pr. ba. Eff;:s, pr. do. -, Chickens, 1 Dried Apples, n.. 40 18 150 80 15 8.00 12 :jtrd, 25 25 WUiteFish.KbbUl SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCIN'TI R. ft. On nnJ after Oct. SI, 1R64, Trains will pass this (Urbana) station, as follows : GOING KOKTH. Mall Sieht Express 10.05, r. u. rhro!;h Freiirht, every day ,. Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays ... .6 50, A M GOING SOCTH. Kail v 12JVP-M- Moiaintr Express s. M- rhroutb Freight, every day 6 50a.m. Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays 5 00, P M United States Express Messentror on nil passe nger trains. J A3. F. PIND...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 10 May 1865

Our Omnibus Budget. . The official report of the number of 'iueh"i'urrehclre3 1y Lec is 26,115. An 8100,000 subcription for Mrs. Lincoln Las been opened in Boston. President Johnson is nearly two months older than President Lincoln was. Michigan now yields about 87,000, 000 wor& of copperaud 82,000,000 worth of iron annuJly. v Abraham Lincoln, at the timo otitis death, was nged. fifty six .years, two months andjiyo days. Rev. Thomas A. Morris, Senior Bishop of the Methodist Church, cclo- l brAted the 71st anniversary of his birtl eni the 23th alt. A Hartfotd iarr has awarded a vcr diet or?2,400 to. Miss Calkins in a suit NV . .. . i It ajrttiuBi me city ior aumn'ruH uy u iuu uu .:.icTTvemcnts last winter. . ; '; 1 .-TTte Eussian embassador at Rome has riven a banquet to General McClellan. .i-Among'lha toasU-proposed was one for the maintenance of friendly relations be- v-tween Russia a"nd America. It is said that the name of the Rev, Mr. Ryanyuf SL-Louis, has been sent to Jfhe ,...

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