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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 24 January 1866

1 - ' e'iVfe': - L J I Nj J! y I "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."-Labi Wordsof Sthhh a.Docoiai. UIIBVV, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, J A.JSTTJ AH Y 24,, 1866, WHOLE NUMBER .198-. VOLUME IV. NO. 44. aRB ANA.-UNION Office: Coulson's Building, (second floor, TestsideXorlu Main-treet,near the Square. Z - Tbrms: & 60 per !.nnnra, invariably in ad rance. $1,25 for Six Months. itw it itHtrxrtiii 1 .suoscnoerswno ao not give express notice o tcontrir , are considered as wlshingtocon innetbeirsnb&criptions to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance ol "heirperiodlcals, the publisher may continue to lend them until all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the olliecto which they were di rected, they are held responsible tilit hey baveset- aiAd the billand ordered them discont muea. 4. If subscribers remove to other places witn "ihtinforrning the publisher, aud the papers are sent to thef...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 24 January 1866

ITT? "R A XT A TTVIHAT WBDITIISDAT 23 TB IW K KTO, January 24, 1866. I'tni-. $J,00 a yer, payable in advance. Address, J.W.Hocx, Urbana, Ohio. Thi Uwios of Heart the Union of Hands Te Union of States none can sever; Th Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flag of Oub Ujuok Forever! "For the States of the Union with Union of ths Statesa Reprtiie and not an Empire," DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET FOR 1SG7. For Governor. OBIT. GEO. W. MOHQAJT, f Kaox County. For Judge of Supreme Court, PHILADELPH VAN TRUMP, ol Fairfield County. . Msif. Mokoas Is for taxing U. S. Bonds, so that all property which rests under Ohio laws hall aid in defraying the pnblic choree. Wit Tkcmp is for protecting the jurisdiction of Ohio Courts against the usurpation of Con gress. Chronicle. The House of Representatives in Con gress have passed a bill by a majority of more than 2 to 1, giving to all negroes the right of voting. Our Representative T7m. Lawrencevoted for it. Johv Sqebxak has been elected Sen ator in C...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 24 January 1866

, . AIK C J,rreteeWeki t '! KUerri 1.irr.. A fuili Act OesiaataeleB XerthMU. Floor, per bbl S.C Oats, per bueli 80 Flour, extra". ... 9.85 Bariey,fall ...60 1.00 Wheat, pr bush.. 1.50 Clover seed... five 50 Tineotiy" ... Kay.perton 18.00 Flax " ... - Corn, per bushel, ..... 6.50 2.50 2.00 45 rsovisioifs. CtnwM WmiiIt T C- fUi firmr PiwvUlea elt eef,perpound,12i316 Pork, 20 ttacon.Ham. 80 Coffee, per lb Sugar, ' ' Molasses. N. O. Potatoes, pr. bu. Eerps.pr. do. Chickens, ' Dried Apple.?5'' 5 150 100 25 8.00 10 Mackerel, ' L.ard. utUr, ' 30 VhiurUb,Kbl,10,50 gailnrais. KiniiSKArTOhT CiNCiN'TI R. R. On and after Jaa. 2, 188, Trains will pass this (Urbana) station, as follows : eono KOKTB- Kafl... .11.55, a. m. .10.03, p.m. ..7,50, Nitrht Express. 4'hrough Fr Freight, every day... OOIHO SOUTH. Vail 11.50, a.m. Morning Express 7.15, a-m. rhrough Freight, every day, 7.30, a.m. T'tii4 State Express Mtwsenwr on all passe- 2 train. J A3 P PlSDAR, Agist. CfXCTKBtJS.TMQOA AND INDIANA R. R. On ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 24 January 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. WhT is President Johnson lilce Chi boraxo ? Because he's the greatest of , all the Audits. . Thi returns of the BooUyn Police show that there are 2,100 places in the xity where liquor is Bold. ' The Secretary of the Treasury has de cided that the prohibition of the impor tation of cattle -from Canada, does not apply to the importation of dressed beef. The Portage County Democrat lajs that durinsr eight months of the year 1865, 467,739 pounds of butter and cheese were forwarded from the Ravenna Sta tion. A Dispatch from New York states that Ben. Butler's reply to Gen. Grant is is nearly finished, and will soon appear with the imprint of a Xew York publish ing house. , Advices from Guadeloupe, via Ber muda, report that the cholera is still pre vailing, the average of deaths being one hundred and thirty-one per day, is a popu lation of ten thousand. Me. Quilp (the brute) thinks the rea son so many young women are obliged to support themselves is because the ' young ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 31 January 1866

.... . ' "TELL THEH TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."'1- Worm of Stephen A.Docglas. ITBBA.N' OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JANIJAEY 81, 1866. WHOLE NUMBER 199. H. VOLUME IV. KO. 45. CFRBANA UNION. W. BOtTX, PROPH. i . OeMfKcConlsoti's Building, (second Boor, 4VtUide North Main-street, nearthe Square. Teems: J2 00 per annum, Invariably in ad Be. l,25for Six Months. ' 1 4A.W IF KIWSPAPEIti l.Snbscflberswhodo not give express notice vne contrary, are considered as wishingtoeon inoet heir su inscriptions to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of irperiodicais,the publisher may continue to k. d them nctii all arrearages are D&id. 8. If subscribers neelect or refuse to take their a iadicalsfroin the olfice to which they weredl feetei, they are4ld responsible tilltbcyhaveset- ILeat-ue euiana oerea mein iiiuuimutu. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with antinforminirthemiblisher. and the papers are eeiittotheforHierdirection.thejareheldrespo...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 31 January 1866

A - ; ' : UliB AN A UXION. January 31, 1866. 1 14 i-i: JJ.OJji year, payable in advance. Aidress, "j.V.Uocx,Crbana,Ohio. t Thb CVion of Fletirts the Union of Hands The Union of States none cansevcr; Tm Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Fna of Our Ukios Forever! "Toe the States of the Union with Union "' -ofthe States a Republic and not w " -' 'an Empire." ' DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET TOR 1SG7. , . - : . For Governor, OEN. GEO. W. MOEQAN, . of Knox County. , - For Judge of Supreme Court, niLADELrn van trump, ' ol Fairfield Csunty. Ke. MoROis is for taxiug U. S. Bond, so that ail property which rests under Ohio laws shall aid In defrarin; the public charge. v'AS Tritmf is for protectine the junsdictiOB Of OaioCoarU against the usurpation of Con- grass... - Chronicle. t :Maj-Gej. Levt Wallace Las re- - !ged! and the President has accepted the resignation 1 1 so says the Tele- " graph. ' Why was he not mustered out? Hrheti better men were mustered out? Gratitude, official gratitude...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 31 January 1866

i rbatt8 5li givfctortt. n: -.- - . f 6BAIN, 40. pa;sc, Accat.l OaaalMUlMarituli. Flour, perbbl..i. $3.00 ?ats, per bush 30 Flour extra".... 8 Barley.fall ...60 g 1.00 Wheat. Drbush.. 1.M CldTtfrsecd. 6.50 2.M) Ryo 4 M Timothy" .... Hay,pertoo..... 18.00 Tlax " Corn, per bushel, ; ;.:..; PE0TISIOK8. CerreeteC Weekly Vt J. C. C.lL. 2.00 ..45 tef,per pound, 12(316 fork, ' . 20 Sacou,Ham, ' 0 Mackerel K , rd, ' - SO Butter, - 4 '30 White Fish.KbbUO.SO Coffee, per tb 9nr' 'vr, Molasses. P. U. rotatocs, ir. bu. Es'irs.pr. ao. Chickens, ' Dried AppleMKj 37 1 150 100 ?5 8.00 10 BAN DUSKY, DAYTOMCINCINTTJR. R. On On and after Jan. a, J"w, -Ibis (Urbana) station, as follows : oorao south. TTai .11.55, a.m. .10.03, p.m. ..7,50, " fc.'lfrl,t PrnrMR ilii-ouch Freight, ewj day.... GOrve SOUTH. yn 11.50, a.m. Moniiiis: Express 7.15, a.m. rhrousu Freight, everyday, 7.30, a.m. . United State Express tttssenircr on all passe 'wrertraiue. J A3. P. MS DAR, Agent. SOLTJIKSUS, PIQU a.NP INDIAN ft R. R. ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 31 January 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. A threk tongaed infant has been born !n Scotland. Of coursa it's a girl. J. O0o? " .taut ta, jail in Hartford, Conn., for snow-balling in the streets. .-: Rkligiods retivalg are reported as pre t railing in Chicago, Toledo and "Cleve land. Apples jara selling in New York at a rediretitfn of 60 per cent, from the prices of last November. ; : .Bishop - Morris, - the well known Methodist. prelate, is reported to have Uen stricken down with paralysis at Xenia on Saturday. Artinus Ward's success in a town in ..Visecuiiia was not satisfactory. His gent took $2,87 at the door, while Ar temus took the measels inside. 4 Rats ara now killed by electricity in 'PaRsi; Bit? .of meat and sugar are placed on wire in connection with an electric battery; the rats nibble and are forth with killed. ' - ' Aw . iea bridga was formed below Niagara Palls, Sunday, extending three miles down the rapids. It is the largest for many years, ; People were crossing .Groin both aides yesterday....

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 7 February 1866

'',11. "TYLL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STAT ES." Iast Words of SiKpnES A. Douglas. VOLUME IV. NO. 46. tTEBANA, OHIO, -WEDNESDAy; PBRtTAEY 1', I860. WHOLE NUMBER 200. URBAN A UNION -w. HOCX, Omcr-Conleou's Building, ( second floor, If estaide North Main-Weet,carthe Sqtwrc. Tirms: 13 00 per annum, twvaTiably in ad- eaace. $1,84 for Six mouto. l.Subscriberswhodo not give express notice o tuecontriry.are considered as wishingtocon- t . L . L.,.ew;nt wuiu tr. t tw WIIMT. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance ot lieirperiodicala.the publisher may continue to lend them until all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribers neffleet or refuse to take tneir periodicals from tbc oUicc to which they were di--ected,thevarchell responsible tillthoyhaveset- tledthebiilandorderedthcm discontinued. 4 If subscribers remove to other places witti- t"i nforming the publisher, and the V&V ienttothcfo?merdirection,thejareheldrcspon- ''"TheConrlshavedceidedthatrern...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 7 February 1866

UK B ANA UNION February 7, I860. .' i.i 1 1: i J,!)J -i ys;r, pajrnliUs in Advance. AIJrosF, .W.Uoc.x, Urbana, Ohiol, Til Usios of ITcarts the Union of Hands Tie Union t States none canscver; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flag of Oue Usios Forever! " For ths State of the Union with Union of tda State--a Republic and not an Empire." . DEMOCRATIC UMON TICKET : PXJIi XSG7. For Governor. ' '' GEN". GEO. W. MOKQAN, -. : of Knox Coty. ' ' For Jud?e or Strpreme Court,1 ' PHIL A.DELPII 'VAN TBUilP, ' ol FiirHeld County. Mhv. Mohoas is for taxing U. 9. Bonds, so that all property which rests under Ohio laws aball aid in deiraying me puouc cuargc Vic Trfmp is for protecting the jurisdiction f Ohio Courts against the usurpation of Con- 1 frees. . Chronicle. The Legislature of Ohio have passed some resolutions of absolute complement and Republican confidence in that Back slission Democrat and Sublime Kepubli can : Edwin M. Stanton. If their '' usual ; ability " is not exhausted,...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 7 February 1866

Strlwtt Slalott girtftory. fjjt arttts. , r a v- . GBi.ii, ate. C .rfcte Weekly T BtekhoUai Mrw p.---. AeatMOemlMtMer.-hiiMt. ?1our,perbbl.... $3.00 Oats, perbush.... 3C - Flour cxtr".f;i 0.85 Barley, fall ...SO (3 LOO Wheat, prbnsh.. 1.50 Cloversoed b.w Rye 'J ' ..n OT Tlraothy' .... 2.50 HaV,perton 18.00 Flax " AOO r. T VW U)w iyu.i..v. PB0YISI0ITS. . . CarreeU Weekly fcy 4. C Clo, treccrd lrvlUa Dcnlei ieef,pcrpound)12l' Bacon, Ham, 30 Mackerel, 4 ' 12 -ard, 4 ; " Bnttcr, 4 30 White Fish, bb1,10,50 Coffee, per lb gncar, ' 4 Molasses, X. O. Potatoes, pr. bu. Esrirs. pr. do. Cbickens, 4 Dried Apples. V' 87' 18 150 100 .. 3.00 10 trJIindaftef Jan. a, 1S66, Trains Will pass this (Urbana) station, as follows : V. QOISU RUKini Mail S'igut Express.... rhrough Freight, everyday.. OOINO SOUTH. Kail Morning Express.... .. . . .... . rhrouirb. Freight, every day, . . . ....11.55, a.m. 10.0S, p.m. 7,50, " ... 11.50, a.m. 7.15, a.m. 7.30, a.m. tTnited States Express Meesenircr on all passe 3u...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 7 February 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. Epitaph on an auctioneer "Gone." War is the James River like a keg of lager bee? Because they both flow into 1 Dutch Gp. ' " To tome men it is indispensable to be worth money, for without it they would " e worth nothing. HAPriSEss abounds most with the lowly.; there, are. more blossoms in the vlttf than -on the hills. A MisERir woman in 'ew Bedford dirc-cts her washerwoman to wash only the lower half of her skirts. An Irish painter declares that among other portraits, he has a representation of ' Death as large as life.' " , . , Wi pause sometimes in a path to scan our own footprints, but it is too late to remodel or to retrace them. . RrssEXL Baldwin, of Litchfield, late ly i !j '.iouni a raccoon trap which he had missed for a couple of weeks, attached to a wild cat's claw. The longest word in Eliot's Indian J " Bible is in Mark 1 : 10. Wuttcppesittu kvessunngowehtunkquah, and signifies, " kneeling down to him." ; The Princess Anna .Moral's wedding U'nen eost 81...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 14 February 1866

fa TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."-Lm Wobm o Sraius A. DotetAs: VOLUME IV. XO. 47. UIlBISr A9 OHIO, "WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1866. WHOLE NUMBER 201; M(M CJRBANA UNION. jr. w. hovx, i n o i'iii. OrriCE: Coulson's Building, ( second floor, stiide North Main-street, uear the Square. 11 . Terms: 12 00 per annum, invariably in ad ' luce, 1,25 for Six Months. UW OF IEWSPAPIRS: ' l.Subscribcrswho do rrot give express notice o thecontrAry,arc considered as wihiuc,tocon inuctheirsubscriptions to the paper. 1 S. If subscribers order the discontinuance ot heir periodicals, t be publisher may eoutiuueto tend them until all arrearages are paid. " 8. IfsubscribersncsrlectdrrefusetotaKe their "periodicals from the oitice to which they weredi ' reeted.thev arc held responsible tilHhcyhaveset ttedthe bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to otner places mi ntinfrmiiie the publisher, and the papers arc lent to thcforincrlirection.th...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 14 February 1866

URBAN A UNION.- WSJ DIVDHQAY aVENI IV O, February 14, J 860. i' : ;.','(J.i y-xr, :iva!!o in advance. A hlress, J.W. Uorx, Urbana, Ohio. Xm Usios of Hearts t lie Union of Hands The Union ot States none can sever; Th Uuion of Lakes the. Union of Lands j! And the Flag of Oi'K Union Forever! For His Slate of the Union with Union or tha States-- RepubSio and not an Empire." DEMOCRATIC UNIOX TICKET IFOR, 1G7. For Governor, GEM". GEO. W. MORGAN, of Knox County. Tor Jwdie of Supremo Conrt, rillLADELPII VAN TRUMP, ol Fairfield County. Mem. MonnAS is for taxing U. S. Bond?, so that all property which rests nndcr Ohio laws shall aid iu defraying the public charge. Va Tbvmp is for protecting the jurisdiction or Ohio Courts against the usurpation. 01 con gress. lr -J. f Trial of Detective Baker. L. C. Baker, the 8ccret Agent of the War Department for siezing people and casting them in prison has been indicted for his misdeeds in a number of cases, in one of which he has been tried and convicted...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 14 February 1866

Urfcja" Stntoa Sirrftcnj. t Storttto. GSAIH, &C. . Cwtertei WccMt fc" Elchk.ltri Macnxi larat )KtM CmmlMUJi-r.t. Klour.perbbl.... tS.OCTOats, per bush 30 dour, extra".... 9 Barley, full ...80 (a; 1.00 K'lt(.DrbiKk.. i.oi) CloTrecd. ...... 6.50 Rv " 50 Timothy" 2.50 HaT.nertoa..... 18.00 F1X " 2.00 Cora, per bnshel,. " ' " ' ' PE0TISI0KS. Carmtci Weekly fcj J. C. Cal, 4treerna PrTlloa lr I -1 itxst, per pound , 12 16 Pork, 30 itscon.Ham, SO Uckercl, 12 ..ard, ' ' ) Butter, SO Coffee' erlb Sugar, ' ' Molassef . N. O. Potatoes, lr. bu. Erirs, pr. do. IS 150 100 25 3.00 Chickens, White Fish, bM,TO,50 Dried ArplcaJP 10 SANDUSKY, DAYTON C1NCINTI R. On and aflM- Jin. 2. 160, this (Urbana) stotioa, aa follow s : Nigtt Ervr.v.v.'.".y:.:. .o.o. P.m. rUrough Freight, every day OOINU SOCTB. Kail UM Morning Express i' am- Throngh Freight, every day, i.M, a.m. United Statea Express Messenger on all passe ' ' trUia. J A3. P. PINDAR, Ageut. SOLUMBUS; PIQUA AND INDIANA R. R. On and after Dec. 4,...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 14 February 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. Man lends woman to tlie altar -iu that act his leadership begius aud enr. Age 'is vcacf.iHeJ'm .man, and .would fce io woman if she ever beeauie old. j The War Department his issued an r Jer discontinuing the De-ptirltrjent'of Missouri as a military command. Tue United States Consul at Rotter dam writes that tho cattle plajruo is ifl creasing and extending to new provinces, t The good New Yorkers are taking t'.rpt to relieva the poor that is, thej are dancing for their benefit. Ax editor at Stockholm, Sweden, has been sentenced to death by the ax for 4 having falsely accused a lady of crime. A BILL Ins passed both branches of the Virginia Legislature, making death the penalty for horse-stealing, at the option of the j"ry. Professor Xewtox, of Yale College, has gone to Washington for the purpose ' of submitting to Congress a system of : metrical weights and measures. A cot'PLE who had been married only eight days were divorced in Chicago last week on the ground of...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 21 February 1866

TOIQ A M A i n i . .v r "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES'-LastWoebs of Stephes a. Douglas.;; -tTRBAJSLA., OHIO, -VE)ISrESr)A-Y9 FEBEUARY 21, 1866. VOLUME IT. KO. 48. W1I0IE MMBEK 202.; CJRBANA UNION. i -it. w. Horx, xno fn. - Office:- CoulsoiTs Building, (second floor, Testside JJorth Main-street, near the Square. Terms: 12 00 per annum, invariably ia d rnco.,$l,2oforSix Xoutha. 1AW If ItWtPAf ERtJ - 1.9ubseribcrswhodo not give expres6notice t the contrary, are considered as wlbhingto cxD Inuetheirsubscriptions to the paper. S. If subscribers order the discontinsance of teir periodicals, the publisher may continue to tend them nntil all arrearages are paid. S. If subscribers neglect orrefuse to take their periodicals from the office to which they weredi rected, thevarebeld responsible tilitbcyhaveset tled the biil and ordered tbein discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places vrith 9nt informing the publisher, and the papers 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. — 21 February 1866

UKBzVXl UNION:" WBOICUaDAY E "VISITS IPfO, February 21, 18GC. - s u: il,OJ yeTtr, payable th advairte. AJlress, J.W. llocx, Urbana ,Ohio . si Tat Usto of Hearts theUaloa of Haadi Tie Union ol States noae can sever; Th Union ofLakas the CnEon of Lands Andthc FLao or Ous Cniok Forever! 1 Fr ths State of tfi Union with Union ., of ths States a Republio and not an Empire." . , . . , . - Democratic'' union ticket ' FOR 1867. , i . . For Governor. . r , ' ASH. GEO. W. ZXOB.aA2T, " , . , of Knox County. . h -1 . . - for Jode of 8apM Court, . ' PELLADELPH VAN TEUMP, . ot Falrfiald Comity. ' Mem. Moroas Is for taxing V. a Bonds, so that all property which rests under Ohio laws bull aid in defraying the public charee. Vak Thump is' for protoctine the jurisdiction . rf Ohio Courts against the usurpation of Con-Fesa. "SUPPORT THE GOVERNMENT!" Support The Constitution! MAINTAIN THE LAW. A PUBLIC MEETING Will be held .'at the Court House in Urbana on to-morrow evening, Feb. 22L 1S66, to make a de...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 21 February 1866

$lrtJB-Uian girtftorg. Zt Xftarfects. . " ' " GEATK, ftC. 0rrcet4Weklr J Jaka Klrkkalti) Mirrw IA7Bf Aetl CoMMlHliiMerckaiil. ?lour,perbbl $3.00 'iats, per bush SO Flour, extra" .S5 Barley, full ...b01.0l Wheat, pr bnsh .. 1.50 Oloversecd 6.5(1 Rye '.... 60 Timothy" 2.50 Hay, per ton..... 18.00 Flax " ..2.00 Cora, per bushel,....,.., .....15 TEOTISIONS. Crrcet4 klr kjr J. C. Cxtui, VrccrMd Prvlnloa Deal! iecf, per pound, 1216 Pork, ' . 20 Bacon, Ham, ' 80 Mackerel, ' 12V -ard, .20 Butter, " 80 Coffee, per lb Suear, ' '. "Molasses. N. C). Votatoes, pr. bu. Ktrirs.pr. dor 18 150 100 15 8.00 40 Chickens, White Fish, Khh'.10,-W I Dried Apple.? SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCIN'TI R. R. On and After Jan. 3, 1W)6, Train will pass thle (Urbana) station, as follows : oue SOUTH. Mail 11.55, a.m. Night Express 10.03, p.m. rhrough Freight, every day 7,50, " COISG SOUTH. Kail 11.50, a.m. Morning Express 7.15, a.m. rhrough Freight, every day, 7.80, a.m. United States Express Messenger on all passe- IXr tr...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 21 February 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. VXIOX OFFICE, Wko till now ever saw waterfalls' caught in nets ?' ' ,.A little dog from Lima has the gen .u'Lef.peravian bark. t A fish could not be ao emblem of justice, lie has unequal scales. Great reformers sre mostly silent sitters in God's long parliaments. Tni di tor , keeps- the world's Day book; the historian keeps the Ledger. Duellists must have their seconds) nd widows are entitled to their thirds. Fiw young girls are so inconsolable that their hearts can't bo kept afloat by a boy. Scarlet and yellow are both very good colors for dresses, but bad ones for fever. Faith is the angel that leads Religion through the dark world by the light of her wings. 1 .) 'Jit , i .: i The inmates of a blind asylum some times see hard times. No need of eyes 'for that., All the tears of virtuous suffering are so many crystal words breathing concord and love. t JIany pnor and vaia women carefully qtsy their bodies who have scarcely bread to stay their stomachs. The result...

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