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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 30 August 1865

FT1R1R A W: UNION. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THt TAWS' AND UPHO LD THE CONSTITUTION Of THE UNITED $tATES.-La woimo 8rM a.dou Gt.AS. i - ii TJEB ANA,' OHIO, WEDNESDAY, : AtlCTST 30, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER 177. 1 VOLUME IV. XO. 23. tJRBAXA UXiOX. ST. IV. HOUXj PHOP'H. OrriCE: Coolsou's Building, (second floor, .JVestside North Main-street,ncar the Square. Term?: 2 00 per annum, invariably In ad fanec. H,bOC-jr Six Months. v'lA.tf 'IF NEWSPAPERS! v 1 1 . Sabscritu-rswho do not give express notice o tbccoutriiy. are con.-ulurcdas wishing to, pen intiCf li)irUicrintjoii8 to tb pener. 1 2. If aufwevibers ortier the iii-ontinr.anre of hcirperiodicals, tbo publisher iv- -"utinueto lend them nniil ail vreanace r U. If subscriber nncn ct or re! i..-. -ke their periodicals from 'lie oilice to which tin y were di rected, they arc held responsible tiilthey liitvesot tledthe bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with- aut intonum;; the put disher, and the papers are le...

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 August 1865

fie speaks ol ''the logic of erfnt,'' which I un- j dcrsland to mean, to drift with the curresit, nrxj if in the "event" ol his election, sad V appearing that a majority of the leaders of liie party favor Negro SrttTrAge in Ohio, t'jen lie as Governor will favor amending our Con stitution so as to make negroes voters. He savs that "the few colored men we have .amongst us are mere wait and strays from the great body." But the question is, are these "colored waifs and stray" to be given the right of suffrage in Ohio ? In bis letter, General Cox declined to answer that ques tion. But at the late meeting at Ob-irHn, General Cox took occasion to define his posi tion as to Negro Suffrage in Ohio. Accord ing to tie special dispatch to the Cincinnati Gazelle, he declared " J have teen black Uoopifiglt nobly, and tay of all, thai Vtey who were good enough to fight with v are good enough to stand on the 'Union platform xcith me." This frank and explicit declaration of Gen eral Cox k tavor of ...

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 August 1865

Zt Starfccts. G&A.IK. &C. CrMUWekljfc Jaha F.lekkoltsi Xwcwa Pa7B Xfflitt OommluUBMercktit ?lonr,perbbl..... $9.00 Oats, per bush Hour, extra" .sa Baney,jaii . Wheat.prbusb...-' 1.50 Cloverseed U-W Rve 60 Timothy".. Hiy.perton 13.00 Flax " .. Cora, per boahel, 2.00 , ...40 PE0VISI0W. Omotci Wkly 1T J. C. Cmli nnrn PrvlIo mi "8 tfeef.perponud, Pork. Bacon, Ham, Mackerel, ' 12 Coffee, per lb 25 .12 Molasses, X. O. Potatoes, pr. bu. EKrs, pr. doi. Chickens, ' Dried Apples,?!-. 150 3.00 25 25 Batter, WTiiteFish.bbUOO bandus tj r. oTsndJterAoKTll, 1S65, Trains will pass this (Urbana) station, as follows : , . eorso sorts. jW1 12.10, a.m. NighViipress 10.05, P. l-hromrb Freight, every day 8,30, Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays ... .6 45, A GOING SOUTH. yktr 12.20, P. Moraine Express , 6.S0, L. r kronen Freieht, every day 74!i- Way do Mondays, Weds 4 Fridays 5 00, p United States Express Messeneer on allpasse er trains. J A3. P. PlSDAR, Agent. COLUMBUS, PIQUA ANOJNDIANAR. 5 ri-'i-ivsf?...

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 August 1865

Our Omnibus Budget. Dresses without s!eevc3 arc the style in Paris'. The soul goes highest when the body kneels lowest. We can often best learn manners from the unmannerly. ..As everything else grows dear, j.romises generally grow cheap. ..Of all the dust thrown in men's eyes, gold dust is the most blinding. .. Beautiful young girls and good cork-screws are very insinuating. ..Undoubtedly it is necessary that tho" whip should be as thick as the skin. . A man will have no fine springs in liis body if he seldom or never drinks at cnc. .. The President's family, including bis two secretaries, when all assembled, will number fifteen persons. Many writers have all a quantity of sheet-lightning which they can never condense into a thunderbolt. When two opposite extremes are presented to you, it is generally safe as well as honorable to play the part of a go-between. . There are now 20,000 Americans in Europe, who spends on an average $10 per day in gold. That's where our epecio goes. Ther...

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 September 1865

URBANA jjjjlfcr UNION. TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words op Stephen A. Docgias, VOLUME IV. NO. 24. URBsr, bsio, wbdistesda-y; September g, isbs. WHOLE NUMBER 173. JRBANA UNION. jr. -w. OrrirE: Coulson'e Building, (second floor, A'estside North Main-street, near the Square. Terks: 12 00 per annum, Invariably in ad ance. 1,50 for Six Months. UW OF IEWSPAPERS: 1. Subscribers if ho do not give express notice o thecontrry, are considered as wisliingto ct Inuetheirsubscriptions to the paper. 8. If subscribers order tie discontinuance of heir periodicals, the publisher may continue to lend them nntil all arrearages are raid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take tfcoir periodicals Iroin the oatee to which they were ai ectcd,tbey are held responsible tilltbevhaveeet tied the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to ether places with' utinforminethc publisher, and the papers arc ent to tneforu: -rection, they...

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 September 1865

URBAN A UNION. WEDNESDAY EVEX1NG, SEPT. 6, 1S65. Cnm: 5J,(XI i year, payable in advaucc Aidrees, J.W. Hoi'X, Urbana.Ohio. Trffc Uxios of HearU t lie Cnlon of Hands TWc Union i.t Statee none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flag of Oun Union Forcverl BIOX-DEBOCRATIC STATE TICKET, For Governor. GEN. GEO. W. MORGAN, of Knox County. For Lieutenant Governor, WILLIAM LANG, zl Seneea County. Supreme Jndsrc (Full Terml, rillLADELPII VAN TRUilP, of Fairfield County. - Supreme Jnd;e (Vncancv), THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton County. Treasurer of State, GEORGE SPENCE, of Clarice County. Attorney General. D. M. WILSON, of Manoring County. School Commissioner, II. IL BARNEY, of Pickaway County. Board of Public Work, CHARLES BOESEL, of Auglaiie County. C'Tk of the SnDreme Court, DANIEL S. DANA, of Vinton County. Chronicle. The Secretary of State has giren no tice that Paroled Rebels wiahing to go abroad can receive the usual passports, on application at his office, but the per ...

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 September 1865

. GEAIH, &C. , , lyae, Aaeatiit OammlMIiiMerchaMl. $8.00 Oats, perbusH.. ;.. 25 ..1.15 , 12.00 2.00 .1.50 ...40 Flour, extra".. Wheat, pr bush. Rve "... , . w.so Barley, lull , . 1.50 Clover seed. . 60 Timothy " . .. 18.00 Flax " . Hay, per ton. Corn, per bushel,... psovisioiys: Crrete4 Weekly y I. C. Cm1i Vrrti4 Prevlto lealer Seel, rier pound, Pork, Bacon, Ham, Mackerel, ' iard, 4 13i 15 25 Coffee, per E 8ucr, ' Molasses, N. O. Potatoes, pr. bn F.:;irs, pr. dor- S7W 18 150 50 15 Halter, 25 Chickens, 3.00 10 W te Fish. bM.10.50 Dried Apples this (Urbaua) eUtion, as follows . OOIKS NOHTH, .12.10, a.m. 10.05, p. M. ,.8,S0, " ...0 45, AM Mail NUtUt Express Through Vreieht, every day .... vv-.v do Mondays, Weds Fridays OOIHO SOUTH. Ka, 12 20, p. m. Moraine Express .. an ' rhrou!. Freiirht, every day . 7.4 A. M. Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays 5 00, p M United States Express Messenircr on allpasse tger trains. J AS. P. PINDAR, Agent. COLUMBUS, PIQUA AND INDIANA R. R. On find after Aur....

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 September 1865

Our Omnibus Budget. A numlier of foreign vessels arc re viving cargoes in James River, consist ing of cotton, toWco, &sf The Richmond Christian Advocate is to be revived nest mouth in the interest of the 51. E. Church South. Prejudices are like rats, and a man's mind like a trnn : thev ret in easily, and I then perhaps can't get out it all. I Many Arsons write because they have nothing to do, not duly considering ihat they have also nothing to say. i- Afi author had better ask himself why he is going to write a book than be .asked afterwards why he has written it. If you woulJ faint your faco all over with tracks, harbor vicious thoughts. If yoa would be good-looking, bo good. Many persons confess th-eir deprav ity, but defend their conduct. They are wrong in general, but right in particular. A company boring for oil near Crestline, Ohio, struck a lively artesian flow of mineral waters on Saturday last. When a lady, fishing for a lover, cunningly adjusts ber features for the pur...

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 September 1865

TTD1D A M A "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words or Skphm a. Doogiab,. VOLUME IV. NO, 24. UEBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER ft. V URBANA UNION. r. w. koux, i.cixi.. OFTrt; Coulson's Building, (second floor, Westaide North Main-street,near the Square. Tirji.v $2 00 per annum, invariably in ad vance, f 1,50 for Six Months. . LAW OF KEWSMPCfiS: ' ' l.Snti'v riberswho do not give express notice o the contrary, are considered as wishing to con- loud iiuir subscriptions to thepaper. " . 2. It subscribers order the discontinuance of beirptj-icKlicels.the publisher may continue to lend thern until ail arreawees are paid. , H. It siiLisciiotifneglecl or refuseto take their periodicals irom the otlice e which they were di rected, t b ev are held re6pouMble tillthey haveset tledthe biiland o-'1 "red them discontinued. 4. If snbscri ' ove to other places with .', 9utiiif'"-miriLr her, and the papers are tent iu ,uofur....

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 September 1865

UK BAN A UNION . WEtrESI.Y F.VKMNG, SEPT. 13, IS65. riKtfs: 5J,0Ji year, payable in advance A Jit rcss, J . W. Uoux, Urbana, Ohio. Th e LNion of Hearts the Union of Hands The l)"um of Statet none can sever; The Uuion of Lakes the Union of Lands (And the Flao of OrR Union Forever! UIOX-DEMR.ITIC STATE TICKET, For Cnverrcer. - ' - , GEXT. CEO. W. UOEOAH, r. of Knox County. For Lieutenant Governor, WILLIAM LANG, of Seneca County . Supremo Judge (Full Term), riULADET.ril VAN TRUMF, of Fairfield County. . ' Supreme Judge (VarancyV THuMAS M. KEi of Hamilton Connty. Treasurer of State. GEORGE SPEXCE, of Clarke Connty. -. Attorney Genera!. D. M. VILSuX. of Mahoning County. School Commissioner t II. II. BARNEY, of Pickaway Connty. Board of Public Works, CHARLES BOESEL, . of Auglaize County. Clerk of the Supreme Court, DANIEL S. DANA, of Vinton Connty. Chronicle. Colt's factory is to be run twenty hoars a day, in consequence of the in- crcased demand for pistols. Manyoftht ordert are from Sou...

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 September 1865

ttrtana Pinion girrttory. Zt gfotktts. GRAIN, &C. Crrtctei VtMlij kT iuha Elrkkitz Jl"rew Pajaei Aceatat I'tfmatlmt.BMerekBMl.. Flour. perbbl t'i.fM Oats, per bash Flour. extra".... '..: Burlfy.fall Wheat, pi bush.. 1.50 Oloverseed 12."0 Rve " CO Tiinothv" .... 2.00 Ray.pertou..... 1S.00 Flax ." Corn, pet "bushel, A PROVISIONS Corrected Weekly by J. O. CouBt grocer and l'rovlnl.n Dealer Seof.perpound, ork, ' flacon, TIam, t-ekerel, ' uard, 13U 15 35 12.' i Coffee, per lb Sugar, ' ' Molasses, N. O. Potatoes, pr. bu. Fggs, pr. dos. S7i$ 150 3.6i miner, I x-...--, - White Fish, S'bhl,10.;1 Dried Apples Chickens, gailrorts. oTand after Aug. 14. ISO. Train will pas. this lUrbana) sUtion, as follows : . GOING HOltTH. " 12.40, l.M. i-Matl , 1n n. ' M Night Express '. - - P. M. rk-,h Wii-lit. rverr day 8,&1, . Wav do Mondays,' Wed Fridays. ...o GOlNd SOUTH. Kail.... 12.30, P. MorninrExprcss ' M- lurongrTYreight, every day.. ", a. M. Wav do Mondays, Weds Fridays 5 00, United States E...

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 September 1865

Our Omnibus Budget. Bath Solomon Uie Wise ; " A good wife is a good prize." The bouI goes biguest when the body kneels the lowest. We can often best learn manners from the unmannerly. ..A3 everything else grows dear, promises generally grow cheap. Men scratch their heads for ideas. Hence epeaters are generally bald. ..Undoubtedly it is necessary that the whip should be as thick as the skin. .. She who is born handsome is born married. "That's what's the matter." Many a man is a stranger to hu manity. He never having had an intro duction at all. He who will not keep the weeds out of his garden has nothing but weeds to keep out of the yard of his soul. ' Let your troubles be what they may ucver say die. Let your hair turn gray or white, but never say dyo. He is an admirable man who has as much wit as if he had no sense and as much sense as if he had no wit. He who differs from the world in important matter, should the more care fully conform to it in indifferent ones 'Tis well enough ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 20 September 1865

OMOK TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words op Stephen A. Douglas. VOLUME IV. XO. 25. UEBANA, OHIO, AVEJ)ESrA.Y, SEPTEMBER 20, 1865, WHOLE NUMBER 179. I. -I Jrt (JRBA-VA UNION. jr. -w. iiotjx, x ii o i.. Office: Coulson's Building, ( second floor, R'getaide N'orth Main-street, near the Square. Terms: ?2 00 per annum, invariably in ad rsncc. 11,50 lor Six Mouths. UW OF NEWSPAPERS: . 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice o the contrary, are considered as wishing to con inuetheirsutyeriptions to the paper. i' -A It ubf s orh-r tlie-diseontiniiancc oi . ' .fcairporioiU, lie nbliidicf may rosUnue to end (hem uu: nl arrearages are mid. b. If sirbsoriLi.rs neglect or refuse to take their periodical from the oilicc to which they weredi Ccted.thcv are held responsible till the v have set f.lert the tiiil and ordered them -discontinued. . . ii s uuserioers remove l o onier places wim sutinforming the publisher, and the papers are Sent ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 20 September 1865

URBANA UNION UhWESD.lY EMMaC, SEPT. 20,asi. r ?J,OJ j ye-ir, payable in advauoc A Urcss, J.W. KVx, UrtKina,Obio. Tire Cxion of Hi-arts the Union of Hands TUe I'nion ol States none can sever; The Union of Lakes tlie Union of Lands And the Flag or Orit Union Forever! TICKET FOlt leGfi. Tor The States of The Union with Union of Tie States. rxM-raociMic state ticket, Tor Covcrnir. CEN. GEO. W. MOBXrAW, of Klox 'C uumy. far Iiirtenairt tJovernor, Wn.T.TAaf LAXG, of Scucea County. Supreme .Indue. (Full TcrmL nilLADELrJI VAN' TKL'MP, of Fairfield County. Fnprcmo Judge (Yacancv), THOMAS M. KICV, of Hamilton County. Treasurer of State. GEORGE SPEXCE, of Clarke County. Attornev tleneral,- D. M. WILSON", School Commissioner, II. 1L BAKNEV, of Pickaway County. p.-ard of Public Work?, CJIAKLES BOESEL, of Auglaize Conity. Clerk of the Snprenie Conrt, JMNIEL S. DANA, of Vinton County. Chronicle. Imu Volket Jxr ka tendered to the Governor his festgation as T.tsurer of Ohio. lie claims tint the law ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 20 September 1865

lUrbana hwu girrftont. RA.IS,'ifc. ?lonr,perbbl.... Oats, per bush . 2 Houf. evtra'J.v.. Barley .-kill ...... Wheat, pr bnsli .'. l.bO Clovcrseed Kve " 60 Timothy" Hay, per ton..... 13.00 Flax " Corn, per bushel, PROVISIONS. 1. 4 ml l. so ...40 KrerHi Pr.rlU Ile ieef.perponnd, eork. Bacoh.fWm, Mackerel, ' "J 25 121 25 Coffee, per B Smrr, Molasses. . o. Potatoes, pr. bu. Fees, Pr- do. 1H 150 15 3.00 Butter, Chickens, IV'htte Fish, ' H''hbl,10.50 Dried AM'i. jGailrflals. fTlrifter I4. -1 Train, will pass this (Urban) stftlOh. ks follows : DO I NO KOKVH. M,lk 12.10. a.m. rbroiieh Kreicbt, every day VVy do Mondays, Wed Fridays..v.O 4o, A Jf GOING SOUTH. , Kll .v.v.v.v.v.teflO,.. Morning Kxpresa '. ftawih Freight, every day - M- Way 6b Mondays, Weds Fridays 6 00, p M Vrdd States Express Mefniwr on nil passo urerframs. . iXS.f.t-lj?EMi, Agent. SOLUMBUS, PIQUAJIDII;'13' . On and after AuK- 21, , f'""1 1H 'eave 3rbana,as foHows-: scffifG WEST. Jolumbus Accommodation... lv Kxpn Viqua Express...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 20 September 1865

A NATIONAL DEBT. A N'utioual Debt ia a Nalbmat Blc-ini." jicpublican papers. tUot.iXmthercrrashud through tbo town oo a raid,. With a cherry-ripe cheek au l a mug prcpoeseas- He bore ou Ui sho-.ilders a placard which said : ' A' Satioual Debt is a National Blessing !" . Ho stopped at the door of one Paddy OTrigg, , With town busiiieaa with l'at which appeared to ' ' ' be pressine; Tat kuew that the sucker had come for Ms "piir," For "a N'atioual Debt is a National Blessing '." He next reached the cot oft he poor Widow Howe; Who pensively sat with a look quite distressing, : I've come," aid the, chap, -for lha old brindle cow," For "a National Debt is a National Blcsting!" He then sought the mansion or old Farson Hiiss, had prayed all his life without ever con fessinc; "If yon meutiuu the iiihe," said tho God fearing cuss, "Tfl end you toh with your 'National Bless ing!" Rctreatwij- h rushed for a "National Bank," Where they showed him their "bouds," which looked very refreshing; "Ho...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 September 1865

UEBANA UNION. 101 VOLUME 17. XO. 20. TELL THEM TO OBEY TTRB THE LAWS AND UPHOLD ANA OHIO, WEDNESDAY, THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." SEPTEMBEB 27, 1865. Last Words op Stephen A.Douglas. WHOLE DUMBER 180. URBANA UNION. OrriCE: CouTsoifi Building, (second floor, Tveevaiae urwi .ttiu-fcu cci, ucar me oquai-e. Terhs: TO per annum, invariably in ad tance. 5 l,ou lor six -Months. ... UW OF BEWSPAPmi i. subscribers who do not give express notice " "ictuuirirv.areconsiiicrnl as w it lung to con-inuctheirut.-triptions to tlic paper. , : 11 iil'onlxTs erdcr t!ic discontinuance ol heir periodicals, t lie publisher may continue to ena mem until all arresrasrc are paid. 3. If subscribers ueglect or refuse to take the! periodicals from the oilicc to which tliev weredi '-eete,they archcld respo nsibletilltlx'vhsvesct tied the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other ulaces with- 9ut informing the publisher, and the papers are cm 10 mciornierjirection,tlieyarehe...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 September 1865

URBAN A UNION. WED.VKSD1T EVEMXG,'gEPt 2T, 1865. Aldress, -$J,03iyear, payable in advance. J.W. Houx, Urbana,Ohio. Ibi Unios of Hearts the Union of Hands The Union of States noue can sever; The.Union of take the Union of Lands tvi the Fiao or Ocr Ukioh Forever! TICKET FOR 1865. Tor Tha Sutea of The Union with Union of The States. LXIOX-DEMOCRATIC STATE TICKET, For Governor, GEN. GEO. W, MORGAN, , of Knox County. For Lieutenant Ooerwr, ' WILLIAM LANG, of Seneea County. Spree litre (Full Term), teilIuelph van trump, lot Fairfield County. Bnnreme Judge (Vacancy), THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton County. Treasurer of State; GEORGE SPENCE, f Clarke County. Attorney General, D. M. WILSON, of Mahoning County. School Commissioner, II. H. BARNEY, of Pickaway County. Board of Public Works, CHARLES BOESEL, of Auglaize Coumty. Clerk of the Supreme Court, DANIEL S. DANA, of Vinton County. Chronicle. Senator Sumner has, recently de- Jliwred a speech as President of a Massa oiaisetta Convention, which h...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 September 1865

GRAIN, &C. ' CrnW'irMkl7 T Elehk.lt Xurtitl Flonr,F"bM..Y. $?00 Oats, perbUBh 25 'Fioar.extra",..'. e5 Barley, "full ...... ..1.15 , Wheat, pr bush.. 1.63 Clovcrseed 12.00 Rye 60 Timothy" 4.00 1.50 Corn, per bualiul,.. raovisioxs. Cerrectee Wekly y C CeU. fint4 rrTl.l. vesica Beef. Te mound. 12V Coffee, per lb 8uear, ' MoUsses.N. O. Potatoc.6, rr. bu. F.ges.pr. Chickens, ' Dried AppleM 87l1 Pork, ' 15 Bacon, Ham, 25 Mackerel, ' 12 uard, " 1 2 Butter, SO W h.ie Fish , ( bbl,10.50 150 100 15 8.00 10 SailmaDs. 6ANOUSKY, DAYTCIriR. oTSrl. 1. J1" will pass thi (Urbana) station, a follows . OOIKQ NORTH. .. 12.10, A.M. hlWrtt; rrVr, day 8,30 " Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays. ...6 4o, A x going SOCTH. KaI1 12 20, P- M. MoniiM; Express.-. ...... 6-30, a. M. rhrongh Freight, every day 7;4ii' ' Way do Mondays, Weds 4 Fridays . . . . .6 K, p M United 8 tat en Express Messenger on all passe BXW trains. JAS. P. PISDAR, Agent, SOLUMSUS, PIQUA AND INDIAN R. R. On and after Aug. 21, 1B65, Trains 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. — 27 September 1865

THE CARELESS WORD. Twa9 but a word, a. careless word, As thistle-down it seemed to liht ; It panned a moment on the air, Then onwaid winged its heedless flight. ' Another lip caught up the word, And breathed it with a naught y street ; It gathered weight as on it sped, That careless word, in its career. The rumor caught the flying wordr And t8sy gossip gvc it weight. Until that littls word becamo A vehicle of antfrj hate. And then that word was winged with Arc, Its mission was a thing of pain i For soon it fell like lava drop Upon a wildly tortured brain. And then another page of life, "With burning, scalding tears was blurred, A load of cart was heavier made, It added weight, that careless word. That careless word, how it scorched A fainting, bleeding, quivering heart : Twas like a hungry fire, that searched Through every tender part. Bow wildly throbbed that aching heart, Deep agony its fountains stirred ; It calmed but bitter ashes mark The pathway of that careless word. THE CARE...

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