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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 28 February 1866

-JSFTfSi... URBANA UMON. ,J I w t- -fEr rrr f'"r srr J"TTa 1 : iJy ,?au TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words of Stephin a. Douglas. VOLUME IT. W. 49. UHI3V, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, FEBEUAEY 28, 1866. whole ember w. URBANA UNION. Ofpice: Coulson's Building, ( second floor, fl'tstslde North Main-street, near the Square. Tipxs: J2 00 per annnin, invariably in ad ranee. $1,25 for Six Months. 1AW OF lEWSPAPEtS: l.Subscriberenhodo not give expres6notice o inecoatrry,areconsidered as wismngtocon lue their auoscriptioiis to the Daner. S. If subscribers order the discontinuance of hoir periodicals, the publisher may continue to I tad them until all arrearages are paid. S. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the office to which they were di rected.t hey are held responsible tilltheyhaTesei lied the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to other places with Sutinforminirthc publisher, and the papers...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 28 February 1866

URBAN A UNION Wa IV 13 IS DAT BVEJIIW&i February 2S, 18(16. C irnn: j2,JJ a yejr, p.iy.iule in d ance. Address, J.W.Horx, Crl ana, Ohio. The rjsios of Hearts theCnlon of Hands The Cni'ja ol Stati'6 none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flao of Ocb Union Forevcrl "For the States of ths Union with Union 'ftha Statesa Republio and not an Empire." DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET . For Governor, of Knox County. " For Jude of Supreme Court, PHILADELPH VAN TRUMP, ' ' ot Fairfield County. Mem MoB3.v is for taxing U. S. Bonds, so that all property which rents uuilcr Ohio laws shall aid in defraying the public charfro. Vast Trump U for protecting the jurisdiction of Ohio Courts against tue usurjjauuu ui gress. - ' " The President's Speech on 22d Feb., 1866. The Disunionists of the Cincinnati Gazetta class are Borely troubled at the President's speech at bis Mansion House Door, when the people came to greet him with thanks for bis veto. They pay that such . a speech from a ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 28 February 1866

GEAIS, C. VtttMlclVMklrtr ! BleUt rrw ria,Ait OeaamlMleBMenkaiita. !"lor,perbbl.... S 0O Oats, per bush SO flour, extra".... .9.85 Barley, fall ...80 8 1.00 Vfhcut, pr bush .. i.5i) Cloverseed o.&u Rye SO Timothy" 8-80 Hy,pei toa 18.00 Flax " 2.00 Coni, per buslitl, 5 PE0YISI0TT8. Crrem Weklj kr J. C. Cla, SeeTref pound, 1216 Coffee, per lb "3 Pork, ' 20 Bacon, Ham, SO Mackerel, 13V urd, ' ' SO Batter, 80 WhiteFirti,bb?.10,50 Bomr, -Molasses, N. O. Potatoes, pr. bu. Ecps.pr. 1 Chickens, ' Dried Appes.I'. 15(1 1()0 S5 3.00 10 SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINCIIN'Tl R. R. On and after -Jan. 2, Trains will pass this (Urbana) station, as follows : . eorwa nokth. ir.n 11.55, a-tn. Night Express 10 03, p.m. Through Freight, every day 7,50, " OOIKO SOUTH. Kail. 11.50, a.m. Moraine Express 7.15, a.m. Through Freight, every day, 7.30, a.ia. United States Express Mfissenerer on allpasse SXer trains. J A3. P. P1XDAR, Agent. COLUMBUS, PIQUA AND INDIANA R. R. rr rz ' ... n On and after Dec 4. 1SG5, Trai...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 28 February 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. Black's inhumanity to black makes captured negroes mouru. The largest alms hpis in th world J tUa rreednien'g Bureau. Wht is akisslike Creation ? Because it is made of nothing arid is very good. If you were to loose your nose what kind of a one would you get? The first that turnaVp.A " r' " ' ' " T . Wnr cloes a chicken three weeks, three days and three hours old walk across the' road ? To get to tho other side. The New York Times wants to know " "what the omnibus and car drivers will do for overcoats when the Government supply is worn out? " " A man who'll maliciously set fire to a barn," said Mr. Slow, " and burn up twenty cows, ought to be kicked to death by a jackasa, and I'd like to do it." An exchange informs us that Basil Duke, who furnished the rebel marauder Joha .Morgan with brains, is in Cincin nati; engaged in the produce and com mission business. A young window, on beincr asked why the .was going to get married so' soon after tie death or ' her first...

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 March 1866

TO ID A ' lT A N Vi VA V TELL THEM' TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STAT E S." Last Words op Stephen a. Douglas. VOLUME IV. NO. 59. ITEBANA, OHIO, "WEDNESDAY, MAECH 7, 1866. WHOLE XUMfeMt m: (IRBANA UNION. W. HOUX, IB.OIR. OrrtCE: Coulson's Building, (second floor, fr esHide North Main-street, near the Square. Terms: $2 00 per annum, Invariably in ad rance. $1,23 for Six Months. - ' UW CF lEWSPAFEBSl l.Subscriberewho do not give expreet notice o t.he contrary, arc cousidered as wishiugtuc&n-Inne'.ueh-subiscriptions to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of heirperiodicalfi, the publisher way continue to t end t hem until all arrearages are paid. ; 3. If subscribers neglctt or refute to take their per iodicals from the oiiiceto which they weredi reeted.thcy arehuldresponsiole tilltbi- haveaet t lei the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove toother places with autinfonniiigthcpublisher, and the. papers are sent to...

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 March 1866

tTBBAX'A UNION. Ci iru: j!,QJi yuir, piy.i'jla in advancs. A tdress, J.W. lliicx, Urbana, Olilo. Turn Uxrca of Hearts the Union of Handi The Union ol States none can sever; Th Ualon of Lakes the Union of Lands And the F.LA3 of Oub Union Forever! " For th States of tha Union with Union pf ths States--a Republic and not an Empire." DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET ' " FOB 1867. For Governor. '.. GE27. GEO. W. SSOBGA27, of Knox County. v , For Jada of Supreme Court, " THU-ADELrH VAN TEU1IP, o: Fairfield County. Vem. SIono.vN is far taxing U. S. Bonds, so that all property whieh rests under Ohio laws hall aid in defraying the public cliarsre. Vas TbPmp is for protectini the jurisdiction or Ohio (Jouiu aaiast tua usurpation or Con (rest. . Chronicle. The effect of the license laws of the United States is now in argument before the Supreme Court of the United States. If it shall be held that a license from the United States gives a right to exercise the licensed authority, in despite of State laws...

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 March 1866

Alrfcaiui Uiou giwtory. Xbt ittarfctts. .:v. . iT.Ij GHA.IX, &C. VwrnttlffnUibi KU-kholtai Mag-rcwa i payBtl aut Jollol Merchant. ?lotir,perbbl.... $S.0')ats, peruush SO flouiyixtr..... 5 Barley, fall ...BO 11.00 Wheal, pVbusli.. i.-W Clovci seed 6.50 Rve ".-.. ft Timothy " 2.50 llmr.nrtft..v. 4S.00 Flax " ..2.00 Gus'a, oUcl, .......... PROVISIONS. Crrr4 Weeklj J. C; CUS, 15 . urictF ,4 lrvllo Dcalr ef,per pound, 12 ,a,r Fork,."- -,. :. 2 Bacon, Ham, 30 Mackerel, ' 12 ward,' 0 Butter. ' 30 CoB'oe.pcrtb Snirar, ' Molasses. N. O. Potatoes, pr. bu. Es.pr. dor- Is 150 100 i'5 8.00 10 Chickens, WMtF,ten.tr.ll,10,o9 I Dried Ajyle; On and after Jan. 3, 1. Tri"u wiU P58 this (Urbana) station, as follows: ooixa KORTH- Mail Siirht Express rh'rouu Freight, every day.., GOING SOUTH. Kail Morning Express ruroiiL'h Freight, every day,.. . ...It 55, a.m. ...io.o:;, p.m. ....T,50, " ... 11. no, a.m. 7.15, am. 7.30, a.m. United States Express Mnssenrer on nil passe a -rer trains. J AS. P. PINDAR...

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 March 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. Two lunatic met in aa asylum in Eng laJ, luvej, courted, Carried, aud became gano. The jo'ing luJj- students of tLa Seneca Falls Academy have organized a literary ociety, which meets once a week, and call themselves" The Go-IIome-Alonea." The younp; n:ea of Hushville, IndM Lave agreed to' total abstinence for a year, on the condition that everyone who violates tha pledge shall he published in the papers. THE widows in India ere growing sen sible. They are beginning to marry gain, instead of burning themselves on tha funeral piles of their deceased epouses. 'Books. Stearno used to say, " The tnost accomplished way of usinjj books is to serve them as some people do lords, learn their names and then brag of their acquaintance. The Providence Tress makes the in credible statement that a Hartford pho tographer has succeeded in taking a pic ture of-himself, trundling himself homo :n a wheel-barrow. KoCRAKIXE, a Georgian prince was recently so unfortunate as to get in t...

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 March 1866

' " . . ... -- -- - j;r if'Tt-ii niTBitm mr-iriUMi n itfn nra;ii i r m nq "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES' L-"1, Wobds or stephik a. Douglas, -VOLUME IV. NO. 51. URBAKA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAECH 14, 1866. WHOLE KUMBEH 205. CTRBANA UNION. PROF'R. OrsrcK Condon's B jilding, ( second Boor, FasUide Xorth Maln-street,near the Square. Thks: $2 00 pur annuls, invariably in ad Vance. $1,25 for Six Months. " IkV OF lEWSMMBti ..Subscribers who do not give express notice te contrary, arc consiacreu us uibiiingiocon il metheirannscrhtiong to the Daoer. 8. If subscribers order the Aiicuntinuance ol aeirperiodicals.the publisher mr.y continue to t and Ihpm until nil irrpam'Tfi are bnid. 8. If subscribers neglec t or ref use to take their Hnriieji1rrnm the oillec to which they iveredi- JdMed, tbeTareheld responsible tillUiey haveset- lled the b'.ilana oracreu tucw uikunu. Tf nhcrihersremove to other places with Stttitifofm'mgtbc Publisher, and the papers ...

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 March 1866

t alaried acent, without number, in every Htate, county, and parish iu the South to invest these amenta with supreme power over the negro, and over all ques tions between the noa-and citizen, ao4 to try all while persons Diiht be charged with off-Mises ; against the negro, upon negro testimony, with indictment of jury and without any fixed rules of law or evidence, and tj inflict -such pun ishment as the bureau agent'm'rglit see proper, and in which proceeding there was no nppeal to any court. The power of the bureau" was to ho supreme over Staisr-CiHretitations,-State - officers and courts and laws, and was to be adminis tered by that class who would seek a livelihood in such occupation! All the negroes were to bo-fed, clothed and sup ported by the General Government; out of the treasury of the United States, was to bo "paid the expenses--of erecting ohool-bu9ernJ aytum,- and -negro churches and hospital?, and the lands of the residents were to be taken away and given to the negroe...

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 March 1866

ttrtans otuien gjiwtorjj. Markets. - GIAIIT, c. -s 6.T.4Wktr ln; rws lMeei Attl Ciui Merchants. ?loar,perbbl... S 00 Oats, per bush 2S Fior,extra"... .o Barley, noenie., Wtieat.prbusb... i.6'J Cloverseed.. .. Rve W) Timothy"-.... 5.50 3.00 2.00 HT,pertoti lb.OUrlux Oorm, per bushel,.. ...---' . 3540 fBOTISIOKB. Cement WklT T C"U"' ieet, per pound , 12 1 6 Port, ' . -. . Bacon, Ham, .. ?5 Mackerel,-' 12 V trd,' - - : W Batter, S White Fish, KW.50 Coffee, per id ooi." MoJaMCS.JN. U. , Potatwcs, pr. bo. Kg-gs, pr. dor.. . Chickens, ' Dried Apple. 1 50 100 SO 3.00 12 y inilRlCY.AYTON CINCIN'TI R. R. On and after Jan. 2, l, Treiue wUl pass ttie (Urbana) station, as follows : OOWOSOBTH. Kail NnV' Vurht Express W.M, P;m. Inroogti Freight, everyday ,50, GOING SOUTH. Kajl 11.60, a.m. Mornlii? Kxprese 'm" rhrough Freight, every day, 7.30, a.m. Cnlted State Express Messeneer on allpasse Kter trains. J AS. F. PINDAR, Agent . OUUMBlJJQUAjrpjDAr R. Tf? , , -t-"-'"v. On and after Dee. 4, 1&05,...

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 March 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. A whisper. Why is a man lifting a side of bacon off a Look to be pitied ? Beeauso ke is a poor creature (pork readier.) Wht is a flirt like a hollow India-rubber ball? Because she ia very empty aad has a great deal of bounce. Agreat fire occurred at Yeddo, Japan, on the 23th of January. Three thousand bouse, were destroyed, and thirty persons perished. A JOKER in the Washington Eepub Jicin says he would be perfectly willing to share the fortunes of the war with the coble army of contractors. Choate's description of the contrasts of New England climate : " Snow ia Portsmouth to-day, and to-morrow a man and a yoke of oxen killed by lightning in Rhode Island." The Cincinnati Gazette classes those who support the President as belonging to the " new rebel party." A year ago, to ovvose ihe President was treason. How times do change. Portsmouth limes. , The parroters cf Memphis are a mean set of fellows. Last week they robbed a man of $5 and then kicked him nearly to de...

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 March 1866

I T jH U A M A TTT1 'J"fir, Jtifjl rl It I ti ll 1 til Y I VI V "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last "Words op Stephen a. Douglas. - - : r " : : - " - 4 . ' . . YOLUJIK IV. NO. 52. tmT3AIsr.Y, OHIO, WEDNESDAY.. AIVRCII 21, 1S66 WHOLE XUJlBER 20G. UKBANA UNION W . HO VX, PIIOP'R. 0?riri: Couldn't UuMing. ( second floor, rVtiide North Main-street, near the Square. Tekst fS 00 per annum, invariably Iu nd--Vance. $1,25 for Six Mouth. UW SF REWSPAPdS: l.Sabscrltitit ho Jo Hot ive express notice the ; iiurA.ry,re joiiMdereu as wi&Uintouon- 1 nucciieir iu iticriptiont, to the paper, 3. If 4uiserihers order the tiseontiiniahcc ol heirp.)riodtcuis.,the publisher tuny continue to It td ilium nut ll nil .invuragei- are pant. 3. If vi'wcriber neglu-t ur refuse to take their jrio licain'rom the mlice to whirh the wercdl otii,ttiev are held uspoiisible tilithev havcdet lai the bili.uitl ordered them iicoiitinut.d. 4. If v.itwrihersremoTrto other ...

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 March 1866

UEBANA TJNIOH JXareh 21, 1S6G. I' J Ut: $3, 90a year, pay.ihls in advance. Address, J.W. Hocx, Crbana.Obio " Thi Usios of Hearts the Union of Ilandi The Union of States none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Landi And the Fla.q or Oca Uxios Forevcrl "For th States of tha Union with Union of the States a Republic and not .. an Empire." e DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET ; " jron isor. For Governor. GEN. GEO. W. MOHGiSJT, of Knox County. For Jude of Supreme Court, PHILA.DELPH VAN TEUJIP, ol Fairfield County. Morgas is for taxing U. S. Bonds, SO that ail property which rests under Ohio laws hall aid in defraying the public chanre. ! Van Trump is for protectin? the jurisdiction of Ohio Courts against the usurpation of Con-fre5. THE LAW OF THE CASE. Thi States of the Union have exclu sive power over the laws of person and "of property; and consequently, the sole power over the law of husband and wife, parent and child, master and servant, and 'all the laws of police : with the sole power...

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 March 1866

i Strtooa .Stalon gircrtcry. err GSAIX, AC. WrTr.klT kr j.ka Elchk.Htl .r Flnnr norhhl C3.00 'JatB. DOT bush 38 Flour, extra" 9 85 Barley, no sale Wheal, pr bash.. Cloverseed j50 Rve . ".. ftO Timothy" .8-00 Hay.perton;.... 13.00 Flax " vf?X Corn, per bushel,... 5 40 JKOYTSIONS. Catmtta rtir J CM'""' CnnrailProHtiuni" iect, per pound, 12,16 fork, . IS 3 icon. Ham, 25 Hackerel, 13' Coflofc.perfc 83,3 37"? Sugar, ' ' i" MoYisses.N. O. . lnJJ Potatoes, vr. tu. '100 FrLrs. Ir. doz. i - . ln Butter. ' SO i Ciiickeus, White Fish, 'boUO.oO 1 Dried Appics.y-T., 12 SANDUSKY, DAYTON GiNClN'TI R. R. On and after Jho. S, 106, Trains Will pass this (Urban) station, as follows : GOING XOKTB, JrTiul Sight Express through Freight, everyday.. GOING SOUTH. Kail Morning Express through Freight, every day , . . . ....ll.R5.e-m. ...10.UM, p.m. ....7,50, " :. II 50,' a m. 7.15, a.m. . ..-.7.30, a.m. United States Express Messenger on all passe acer trains. JAS. P. PINDAR, Agent. 5DLUMSUS, PIQUA AND INDIA...

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 March 1866

" Cacght in V.cr own net," as a man f aid when J.e fiw one of. ihe fair lex latched in lmr ,.;K- v. tiigunuv. MYrrrisa husband tike a Mississippi (eamboat? Because be never knows .Rhea be may pet a blowing up. . Some frienJaofa wulnw wnslierwomnn. .Mig a uu oi flnd at fit Mule, got '-'her consent te sink a trull upnn it, and the result is a barrel of oil every ten min utes. She had several offers of marriage - Hmnediately. Ths Mine Farmer says the cause of tba hog cholera is eating more than the " animal can well digest, and salt and coal , are recoramended as properremedies and preventives to be kept at all time with- in the reach of swine. ' . A.. " FOOD preserving company" has been organized at Baltimore to operate . under a patent proee-a by which it is claimed oysters, meats and fruits can be f preserved fresh and pood far an indefi- nite period in any climate. The days of combing and brushing i our own hair are numbered. The Phil ' adelphia News reports a barber shop in J that...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 28 March 1866

. t i . - - - t - xrr r r-rh a -- rTr' "T E LI' T H ETC ' TO OBEY THE LAWS-AND. UPHOLD 'THE CONSTITUTION.. OF-THE-'UNf TED STAT ES.'ast wow o Stephen a. iwas. TQLUMi: Y; xo. 1. unBisrv, otiio, vjztnjzst ay5 ma.ech qs, is66. WHOLE KUrlBEIi 207. -. ; ...... . . I I! l, w 1" V: - . r-::--;- ' . 1 ra,.,. ..V. rt. a. i- . . .... - . . -f f URBAN A UNION. "W . a -fcf at , piiopm. , !'?rri.rt:CoulKou'k Building, ( eecnnd floor, I. fi'btside North Main-Btrcet,Drtlic Smrc. Teems: 2 00 per milium, "invariably In'ad roce. 1,2.5 for Six Months. ::: ,'' UW.8F KtWSPAPERJ; . ' -JKUcrlier6a hodo not nvf PTnmt n)W.. tbecoutrir.T,arcroabiiierel as wibUingtocon .4nnoiheirulbcripiionsutepaper. 8. If subscribere order the discontinuance of "eirperiodicals.thc publisher ui:iy continue to lend them until all arrearages are nnid. ' 8. it subscriber? l'1o I orrefupetotake their periodical t'rom the o, lice to which thev veredi- .rectea.tncTarelieidreiiioosiblelilitbfj hnveset tied the biiluud ordered tbem l...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 28 March 1866

URBAN A UNION- VXJZPr 3U IS DAY XI VilNINO, March 55, X9?6 Cl i i .: J3,03 a year, paynbU In advance. lidres., . J. W.llocx, Urban. Ohio. TaiUinos of Hearts the Union of Hindi Tie Union of States none can sever; Th Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the TulQ of Oca Usjos Forever! . Fop the States of the Union with Union of the States a Republio and not an Empire." DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET for ieor. For Governor, GEN. GEO. W. EXOB.GAXT, of Knox County. For Joili of Supreme Court, PEILA.DELPH VAN TRUMP, ol Fairfield County. Maw Morgan is for taxing U. S. Bonds, so that all property -which rests under Ohio lows hll aid in defravinir the rmblle ehanre. Van Trump is for protectins tlie jurisdiction of Ohio Courts ajainst tne usurpation oi von Kress. The Civil Rights. " Thk Congress of the United States iave passed a Bill declaring that all per- sons born in the United States, (except the children of sojourning foreigners,) . are, and shall be, citizens of the United States. Why is this...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 28 March 1866

62A.I5, 4C. rfHUaWMU, kT J.k. ElekMltll Ilvn.i ru.nt SlM.lHldHirtWuu. Jjor,per&bl.... S.0O Oats, perbusU 28 J lour, extra".... 91,5 Barley, no sale.., "neaprbush.. 1.60 Cloverseed 5.50 JT ".v.. 60 Timothy " .... 8.00 Hay, per ton..,.. 18.00 Flax " 2.00 Com, pr bushel, .; .; S3 40 PRO VISIONS. Cemetaa Weekly ky J, c. Coals.a, fcrncrikl Prevision ltealet ef.TertooHd.l2.1f 1 Coffee, cr ft S3(?37V Suirar, ' ' 16(?iS Molasses, X. O. . 1 50 Pork, is oeon,Ham, 25 Mackerel, 4 12 -ard, 18 bnttex, 80 Potatoes, pr. bu, F.!r!T8.tr. dox. Chickens, 4 S.OO WhiteFish,Vbbl,10,50 Dried Applesoft, 12 Sailtflais. BMJDUSKY, DAYTON fc C1NCINTI R.R. On and after Jan. 2, 1'(5, Trains will pass mis (.wruaaa; station, as iuuows : DOING SOUTH. Mall Night Express ., fhroujU Freight, every day. . . ...11.55, a.m ...10.08, p.m. ....v,ou, OOING SOCTH. Kail 1150, a.m. Morning Express 7.15, a.m. through Freight, every day, '.7.30, a.m. United States Express Mussenarcr on all passe nger trains. J AS. P. PINDAR, ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 28 March 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. t TnERE are 123,000 Catholics in Phil ; daJphia. ; . A sox rf Briham' Yonri!: is in Wash jnjton urgiug the admission of Utah as a Stat.' - . " Parents " said a solemn lecturer, it --".you. may have children : or if not, your daughters may h'xve ! " Fcsny. To see a roans lady with both hands in soft dough, and a mosquito on the end of her nose. American papers containing Ban- "rofts oration were seized in France, by order ot the (.1 overt) merit. s- Chicago packed 501,462 hogs during the season just closed a falling off ol . 4 248,695 from the preceding year. What is the difference between a gen- . lleman and a dog a tan Una keeps ". 'carriage, and the other keeps a wagon .wagging.; The ruins of two ancient cities hare ; recently been discovered in Mexico. ; They are supposed to date back to the . time. ot Uortea. - At what hour did the devil make his appearance in the Garden of Eden ? An swer Some time during the nisht. He certainly came after Eve. ' -.I JYJIEX a...

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