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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 15 November 1865

:3? J. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED 'STAT ES-."-Last Words of Stephin Douolab. ;'; 'I! VOLUME It W. 33. URBAN"A, OHIO, -WEDNESDAY,' NO VigM-BteR 15, 1865. WHOLE -DUMBER 187. -vw - r 6. -Si. V.. ,1k ' Ei t r - VI tTRBAXA-. UNION. Office: Cbulsoo's Building;, (second floor, W9tjide Vorik .Malu-strcel, near tht Square.-: Terms: ?2 00 per annum, invariably in ad "ranee. tU,25for8ix Montbs. UW SF NEWSPAPERS: l.Subscriberswho do Hot trivc express notice "ot be eontriry, arc considered as whinetocon iiiuctbeirsubseTiptitvns to the paper. a. If subscribers order the discontinuance ol heir periodicals, the publisher may continue to lend them sntil all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribersneirlectorrefuseto take their periodicals from the olliceto which thev were di rected, they an; held responsible tillthev haTcsct lledthe bill and ordered them discontinued. . if subscribers remove to other places with Octinformine the publisher, and the papers are e...

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 November 1865

URBAN A UNION. X7edneday Ev'n?, Wov. 15, 186S. riai: J3,03i year, payable In advance. J. W.Hocx, uroana.uaio. Address, TBI Ckiok of Hearta-the Union of Hand The Union of State none can sever; The Union of Lake the Union of Lands iad the Fia or Ona Ukjos Foreverl "For the State of the Union with Union of the States." 'DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET . , . . TXJR 1867. For Governor, . . GEN. GEO. W. MOEOAH, of Knox County; For Judge of Supreme Court, , PHILADELPH VAN TRUMP, . ot Fairfield County. Km-Mobga it for taxing U. a Bonds, that ail property which rests under Ohio laws ahall aid in defraying the public charge. - Van Tu ia for protectine the jurisdiction Of Ohio Court against the usurpation 01 v,oa-grata. Chronicle. Thi amount of cire.'ilation of the Na- tiocal Banks bo called is now 210 mil Hons of dollars. Thx President has appointed General Kilpatrick as minister to Chili as pay for his election services in New Jersey, f Grtf. Logan was alsoa stump speaker in New Jersey and he is 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. — 15 November 1865

J ftrtaaa 3UU giwtory. . . ' " " RAIU, &C. WMtlj V Jk. Elvfckolta) Mr" Pa7M XreMt; OttttvlHUiMtrektntt. Flour, perbbl.... $8.00 Oats, per bUBh SO Flour, extra".... 9.85 Barley, fall ..SOigl.OO Wheat, tnrbnsh..- 1.6'J tlowrseed... bin Kve " 60 Timothy"-.... 8.50 HaT.pcrto,-..-.. 18.00 Flax " 2.00 Coin, fat bushel, .... ...40 -" . fEOYISIOKS. Craecr aa PrtTlitti Dealel Keef.per pound. 12,216 Pork. 4 20 Sacon.Ham, 80 Mackerel, 13' -ard, ' 25 Coffct.perlfc Suear, ' 4 Molasses, Is. O. Potatoes, pr.u. Flois, pr. aoz- 8Til 150 100 Butter. Doner, - m t n White Fish, Jbbl,10,60 Dried Apple;? Chickens, S.O0 to glafeais. SA W OUSK VBATTV: ClrtClN'TI R. R. j - "5 , ..s-X.Cr-''--c' "ii- On and after Aug- 14.1' TraiM wU1 P68 this (Urbana) station, as follows : GOlNUaSOEfc.-lx. Mail .12 10, A.M. 10.05, r. M. .S.30, " ..2 30.PM Nieht Express.... l'hroiurh Freicht, every day Way GOING SOUTH. Kail 12 20, P.M. Morning Express 5.S0, . M. riirouth Freight, every dav, 7.40. . Way ' " " " 500.PM Unite...

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 November 1865

Our Omnibus Budget. Jim Lane is out agaiosi President Johnson's reconstruction policy. nWter sorghum rrp -will be Tery large. v ; ' C Jnaa vka "bumpi Lis head against tliat of his neighbor isn't apt to think that two heads are beer than,ope,. E.C.-4VsVA ,n ferst resoted to tight lacing to prove to the men how Well'tliey -could bear squeezing. A Mr. John Dean, of Sandusky, ; eanght over one thOflknd dollars worth cf fish the other day. ''JL'Th'e Ohio Legislature will meet on New Tear's Day that being the first JlQodar in January next. f - , . -0 JJbfue new' carplifor ' the Housd of "Representatives at Wihington, cost seventy-five thousand dollars. tcHi A: OTintry girl beiag asked what she thought of the polka, replied, "that the dancin' was nothin', but the huggin' They have selected A. Bullock for Governor in Massachusetts. The same party, if they continue in power, will ere long..lect;iA:- Congo to the same offioe.j An ug'y fellow, cross and blear-eyed, no,dmi.U,y-thaith fall of th...

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 November 1865

A V TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words op Stephen a. Douglas. UEBAKA, OHIO, EDlsTESD-A-Y, NOVEMBEE 22, 1865. VOLUME IV. NO. 34. WHOLE NUMBER 13. r URBAN A UNION. T XT"- HOPS, PIIOP'II. I : . Orrtrr. Oonlfor.'s Building, (second floor, J irstsideXorttaiIain-6tret,noar the Square. Tkbms: ?'2 03 per annum, invariably in ad f ance.,l,ijforSLx Months. UW OF IEWSPAPERS: 1. Subscribers who do not srive express notice . . 0-tbecontrAry.arecom.ideredas wishiujrtoeon--' Jnuetheirsubscriptious to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of heirperiodicals, the publisher iiity continue to lend them until all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers ncsrlect or refuse to take their periodicals from the oliiceto which they weredi P - re eted. they arcteld responsible tillthevhavesct- Uedtue billand ordored theuvdiscontinued. -4.-If subscribers remove to other places with- "unuiui unijji iui: wuuiiMier, uuu me papers ai c nm 10 ineio...

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 November 1865

"URBAN A UNION. "Wednesday Ev'ng, Nov. 22, 1865 rsx l,03i year, payable in advance. A.Wre6S, J.W.Honx, Urban, Ohio. The Usros of Heart ttic Union of Hands The Union ol States acme can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands . And tie Flag of Ors Usioa Forever! Chronicle. The National Banks so called, are now ixtfien hundred in number. Their cir- i culation amounts to 215 millions. Gov .; .;rnment Bonds etill wanted to get more ; notes with. ;v ' " Mr. Schtjyler Colfax, speaker of r .'the last Congress has arrived in Wash lno-tnn earlv of course to be seen of - - r Ci men. According to the Washington fashion h has had a serenade, about - : SO dollars worth, and he appeared and : v made a speech. He made a single bid -for the Speaker's Chair" Xo Southern ' triembert admitted here, until we are ready. , 'The People of Tennessee have "the '. blessings of peace, and Union with a . great enlargement of civil liberty. ryi Some persons burnt a negro school house. --Gen. Thomas (or some...

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 November 1865

i gtarktts. . GSAirr, c. Crrete4 Weekly y Jeaa Rckkatti; Macrewa X rajae, Aeatal Camlaft'laMerckaRta. ?lour,perbbl.... JS.00 Oats, per bush 30 Flour, extra" 9.S5 Barley, fall ...80 (g 1.00 Kheat,prbU6b... 1.60 Cloverseed........ 7.00 Rye " .... 60 Timothy" SbO Hay, per ton..... 18.00 Flax ". 2-00 Cora, per bushel, .........30 PBOTISIOHS. Cerreetea Weekly y J. C. Oaaloa, nnri Previaloa Dealet Coffee, per lb 8uPar' ' ', Molasses. . . Potatoes, pr. bu. Eirsrs, pr. do. Chickens, $eef, per pound, 12 16 Pork, ' 20 'Bacon, Ham, 30 -Mackerel, . 12H ard. ' 2o 'Batter, 35 Vhite Fish, bbl.mjgJDrjejApjpJj JGailrra&s. 150 100 25 3.00 10 SANDUSKY, DAYTON SlWfclM'Tl W.H On and after Aug. 14, 103, Trains will page this (Urbana) station, as follows : GOING NORTH. VjJ! 12.10, k. V. "hVEjmress 10.05, p. M, rhi.-ch I'reisbt, every day 8,30, " Way " " " 2 30, PM GOING SOUTH. If ail . . . -. ...... 12.30, P. M. Morning Express 6.30, a. M. rh rough Freight, every dav, 7 40, A. M. Way " " " 5 00,p Unit...

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 November 1865

Our Omnibus Budget. t, They tavo a Tery tender hearted engi neer oq a certain Eouth-vrestorn railroad, --ilo ays La never runs over a man if he can help it, because the man nausses op the engines bo. ." Thk total number of National uariKs organized up to Saturday last, was 1,065, bavin; an segregate capital of ?503,308 , 804, and provided by the currency bureau : f'-'With 207,212,030 circulating notes. ' London is justly entitled to its claims of being ene of the largest cities in the world. An English paper states that two thousand and thirteen children were torn in that city in one week. A Feench author is writing a treatise , i rt'the nose, entitled ,l,La Naso-mancie." He urges that character may be infallibly judged from the shape of the nose, and prefixes to his book the paraphrased t motto, "Show mo thy nose and I will lell thee who thou art." y..-, A MAN named Jameson, in Cincinnati, i -wishing to curtail expenses, adopted a novel mode to effect his object. Ho lussed the serv...

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 November 1865

TTDTD A TVf A OWIOM "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. "-Lab Woods or Stephen A. Douglas. VOLUME IV. X0. 35. imBAJSTA., OHIO, WKDKSIA-Y, NOVEMBER 29, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER 189. 1 tTRBANA UNION OFprre: Conlson's Buildinir. (second floor, JFestsidc North I;iin-ftrect,ne.arthe Square. ..' - Terms: 12 00 per annum, invariably in ad fance. $1,25 for Six Mouths. uw or ewspaTes8: 1. Subscribers who do not Cfive express notice -w iuccouir.iry.Bre cousiaerea .as wishinirtoCGn lnaetheirsahseriutionB tolhp mit 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of ueirpcnocieaiR,tne publisher niav continue to lendthcra until nil arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers netrleet or refute to taVe their ( periodicals from the otiiceto which thev weredi rectcd, they archeld responsible tillthevhaveset tledtne biiiand orderedthem discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with ntinforminfrthc publisher, and the papers are entto theformerdireet ion, thej arc...

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 November 1865

LTRBANA UNION WBOITBSSAT BTBKINO, XQcember, 20, 1SG5. fen!: i,03a yetr, payable in advance. Address, J.W.lIocx, Urbana, Ohio. Tat C.vioN- of ITcarts the Union ef Hands Tlie Uniou of State none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of LandB And the FtAO of Ocb Union Forcverl Chronicle. The National Banks bo called, arc now 1612 in number. The increase of circulation last week was three millions, two hundred and seventy-three thousand dollars. The total amount of notes issued to them is 217 millions. The gang of Government Spies and "Witness-makers for the War Depart ment under the name of Detective Force, was about to be disbanded and the report f that very desirable Step was received with great satisfaction. But the "Wa.- Department is determined not to give them up, and so they are retained ander tho dodge that they are to look after smugglers and counterfeiters 1 A military guard is still kept at the Secretary's house Tee person who is said to have killed Gen. Bob McCook in his ...

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 November 1865

StttaM 5tuioo girfftorjj. . GHAUT, &C-. Crreete4 Weekly by Joo KfoUholtat fcaaTcws A ryaet Asieatm CotamtlaMeri.-hiiiit. Flonr.perbbl.... $8.00 Oats, -per trash SO Flour, extra".... !).& Hurley , fall ...i01.00 Wheat, pr bush .. I..M) Cloverseed 7.00 Rve tiO Tiuiothy" .... 2.-V) lt"ay,perton 18.00 Flax " -'00 Cora, per bushel, 30 PK0VISI05S. Cerrerted WevVly fcy i. C. Ooul. reeriid Frvlslo ueiti oef,per pound, 12ol10 Fork, ' 20 .Paeon, H!tm, SO Mackerel, 1 13H ard, 4 25 Butter. 85 ocf,pcrDound.l2aLlC I Coffee, rer a S7 18 150 100 25 S.OO Molasses. N. O. Potatoes, it- Ira. Effirs.pr. doz. .Mutter, I nuiyj D . - 10 'hlte Fish, y boWJIff! - Chickens, SANDUSKY, PArrq cmcuTiRR- this (Urbana) station, as follows . 12.10, A.M. 10.05, P. M. 8,80. " 2 SO, 1 M Mail Niirlit Express riSoush Freight, every day... going sortn. Ka.1.,......-; ... 12.20, p. M. Morning r..ircw Through Freight, every day, i .W. m. Way " 11 " 5 00, p M United States Expws Meseentrf r on all pnsse ijror trains....

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 November 1865

Our Omnibus Budget. StiPK Etrsrlerries were sold in tte iSicaga market a fW daya ego t $lj50 quart. The publio ecliool spone9-of New York City, for 186C, are estimated t $2,- 454,327, 3HE famous Thames Tunnel, England, las been eold fox a million dollars to a : railway company. Palmer township, Putnam county, aid tiot cast a single Eepublicaa voto at the lection in October, .. A Western juggler baa ndoptcl a for hi profession. Ha calls it "ilaginistechnesantropos." . , j . . The New York journalists ara going to organize into a club. They Lave been clubbing each other for years. . V An old farmer in Maine predicts a I severe winter, he having observed tbe $ Igns for forty years, and knows. AVhile looking at Niagara Falls the ' ; other day, a young lady was beard to exclaim : " What a love of a waterfall ! " It is a sign that the South is becoming lively and active in the regular way, that re hear of railway disasters in that boo tion. V J" every forty years of man'a life ' - lio Las...

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 December 1865

I 'J V it- r; v. N i'i' . ' , rrf -73 ., tS LP J) A- J A "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STAT E S." Last Words op Stephen a. Douglas. Y0LME iy. X0.3G. UEB A-ISTA OHIO, WEDKESD A.Y, DECEMBEE 6, 1865. WHOLE NUMBER iok r: r.nr Vr ban a .union. ir. w. houx, pnoi"u.. Office: Conlsnn'e Buildinc, (second floor, IVastsidc North Main-street, noarthe S'U'are. pi "Tkssjs: 2 00 ter nnntvm, invariably in ad tanco. ilj TorSix Mouths. s ' tAtf If KEWSPAPEBJ: . l.Subacriberswliodo not give crpv'SF notice o thoeoiitriry,areeop.-iiiered as wishingtocon inuetheirsuiiscrij tioiis to the paper. 3. U' subscribers order the discontinuance of heirperiodieals, the publisher may continue to end them uutil alt arrearn-'ee are raid. 8. Ifsubscribersneirlectiirrefusetotakc their periodicals from the otliee to which thev were di rected, they arc held responsible tilltheyhaveset- lieamc mil ana ordered tliera discontinued. " 4. If subscribers remove to other places with Aatia...

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 December 1865

URBAN A UNION, December 6, I860. I'ditXi: $3,03 .1 year, payable in advancc Aldrees, J.W.Hoci.Urbana.Obio. TaitTxros of Ilearts-the Union of Hand Tke Union ol States mows can sever; The Union of Lafcea the Union of Lands And tne Fu.a or Oub Union Forever I Chronicle. ' " Gold. The price of gold at New York . is subject to small vibrations, varying - from an eighth of one per cent, to a half r cent., but tue urice has continued to 1 advance slowly and it has recently risen ' ;toH8f for 100. It was said that the " ; Treasury Department has fixed 144 as " maxim, and that when the price ex ceeded that rate, it would throw gold ' upon the market. The Department has . sot done so of late. Htbecu Corpus. "The Public safety" baa, at length, permitted Mr. Johnson to -" Mvoke the suspension of the writ of Habeas Corpus in the northern loyal State. Through all the South, the writ ' is still suppressed. " Public Safety " is in such vigorous operation down South, with negro troops to work the ma...

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 December 1865

siAiir, tc. CaVM. Weakly kj J.aa Eloaa.ll. ; Macrtwk - raa' Aa-cat.t OtMalultBX ereaaata. Flour. fcet-bM.... $8 00 Oats, per bush 30 Flour, extra.". .. 9.S5 Barley, fall ...80(4 1.00 ' Wheat, pr Bush.. 1.50 Clovcrseed... 7.00 Rvo 60 Timothy" Ha,perton.... 18.00 Flax " . Corn, per bushel,.. FEOYISIOHS. Oarreataa Waeklf Vy J. C. C.alaaa, Smirait Prtvl.loa Acelet 2.50 2.00 ..ao sJeef,perpound,12316 , Pork, 30 4iaeon,Ham, 80 Mackerel, 12'. jard, ' 25 Coffee, yerfc Sugar, 1 4 ' Molasses. N. O. Potatoes, pr. bu. F.jriis.pr. doz. 3T 18 150 100 SS.00 ,v White Fh,KbbU0,50 Dried Apple;? Butter, Chickens, 10 gailnrais. .iy., ,wr. 14. 155. Trains will pass this (Urbana) Bte-tton, as follows : Mail... NUfht Express Through Freight, everyday.... Way going aotrra. . 12.10, i.u. 10.05, r. m. .8,30, " ..2 30, PI Kail Morning Erpres Through Freight, every day, WT " " 12.20, v. M. . .6.30, a. u. ..7.40, a. M. ...5 OO.TM United State Express Messensrer on all passe tsT train. .AS. P. PIS DAK, Agent. EO...

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 December 1865

Our Omnibus Budget. Steam Without Explosion. """YTris- inVntK'h "o Ebenezer T)an(or'.h. of Geneva. Illinois, by which Bteam can begcn- .j, eratod without (he least risk f explosion, has been painted and sold to New York com pany, with s capital of 2,000,000 for the manufacture of the apparatus. The Chicago Journal ttms dfcrihw it: Let the reader ung,ne a hollow irpti pphere two and a Ml inches thick, and Iwmg a diameter of thirty by twenty-two inches flattened at the top and bottom for conveni ence in putting it mto its place over a small stove or grate. Insidrf of tUi?lolu', which is e. not much larger than a farmer 'u diimer-pot, is ii common three-quarter inch gas pipe, run- ning to within a few inches of the bottom, '.add terminating in a small bailor sprinkler, '-' -perforated with forty diminutive holes. The fire built under the globe, and in tho sprink- ier is a tablespooniul of water. T Now, most people would suppose that in 4 order to generate steam all thai would be necess...

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 December 1865

RBANA UNI u TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS A ND UPHOLD HE UNITED STATES." Last Words of Stephen A. Douglas-. VOLUME IV. NO. 38. TJEBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1865. WHOLE ffUMBEE 192. tJRBANA UNION. r- "W-. Hotrx, Orpics: Conlson'e Building, (second floor, fV sstside North Main-street, near the Square. Tbrms--$8 00 per annnm, invariably In ad vance: 1,25 for Six Months. lW OF IIWIMPtBIJ 1. Subscribers who do not give express notice oihecontrry,are considered as wishingtocon- their subscriptions to the paper. ii subscribers order the discontinuance of noir periodicals, the publisher may continue to (end them until u . r.: j a. Ifsuoseriliers neglect or refuse to take their Periodicals from t li n ,f. . 1. : .1. . i ... 1; rectd, they are heldrespoiisibletilltbevhavesct- t "iuuu uruerea iiiera aiscontinnea. 4. If flUbllPrihprei-AmriVA r MhnA.lAnos r?tV utinforminpthe publisher, and the papers arc TheCourtehftTedpeidcdthfttrefupiiijrtotake . -.vicwum nic uuiic, ir rcuiu iiiji uuu e...

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 December 1865

URBAN A UNION' December IS, I860. Cja:,: SJ.OJ a. year, payable in advance. Addrcse, J. W.Houx, Urbana, Ohio. ThbTJW'S or ITearts the Union of Ilands The Union ot States none enn sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flag of Ocr Union Forever! " For the States of the Union with Union of the States a Republio and not an Empire." The President's Message. The Message of the President will be generally approved as a paper of fair in tent and of reasonable doctrine. In its theories of government under the consti tution, it is mainly democratic : in prac tice under the theories it is mainly radi cal. Our present remarks upon it will relate to th States of the Union. The President lays it down as a prin ciple that the States are indispensible to the Union and that neither can exist with out the other. This was probably meant for the faction in Congress which is plot ting for the exclusion of the Southern States from representation in that body. It would be a good text for th...

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 December 1865

- GBA.I1T, c. CorwttiWHkll r ElofcfcH Mirw Fajae, A.cetl OamBluUaMerckent. Flour.perbbl.... $3.00 Oats, per bush SC riourextrs, 9.85 Barley, lull ...SO 1.00 Wheat. nrbnsh.. i.50 Clover seed 7.00 Hye 60 Timothy" ... tiay.perton 18.00 Flax " ... Cjrn, per bushel,.... ... 2.50 2.00 ..80 PS0VISI0SS. CiitmM Weekly Vy s tVml, tireeer Prll Deslot er, per pound, 12igl6 Pork, ' - . 20 Bacon, Ham, SO Mackerel, ' 12 ard, ' 25 Bntter, 35 Whit Ffch, K bW,10,50 Coffee, per 5 Sflfar, ' 4 Molasses, N. O. Potatoes, ir. bu. Eerge.pr. doe. Cbickens, ' Dried Apr'eJPJN. IS 150 100 25 3.00 10 this (Urbana) station, as follows . Kail Niirht Express Through Freight, every day.... Way " " GOING SOUTH. Kail Morning Express Through Freight, every day, War " " " .12.10, a.m. 10.05, p. M. .8,30, " ..2 30, pm 12.20, P. M, , .6 80, a. M. ..7.40, A. M. ...5 00,PM United States Express Mosfccntrer on all posse- er trains. jas. r. n.ui, agem. SOIUMBUS, PlfjUA AND INDIANA R. R r -? On nd after Dec 4, 115, Trains on 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. — 13 December 1865

Our Omnibus Budget. The young ladies of Cleveland have formed a society against marrying fast yoang men. A good action ia never thrown away. That is the reason, co doubt, we find so few of them. Many persons arc so fond of fun that they will drink it out of a cup that is in differently clean. The Ohio Legislature will meet on New Tear's Pay that being ine nni Monday in January next. The Erie company has negotiated aj loan of $4,000,000 in England for the completion of its double track. The people of Wooster, Ohio, are en deavoring to get a rail communication with the Atlantic and Great Western. Isaas A. Vas Ambcrqii, the famous lion-tamer, died Wednesday in Philadel phia, suddenly and unexpectedly. He was a native of Fishkill, New Tork. It is remarked that the recent election, in New Tork City, passed off with un wonted quiet. Only one man murdered and a pretty good day for murders, too. The New Tork Ilerald's Toronto cor respondent says the number of Fenians enrolled and now drilli...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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