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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 4 April 1866

EMOM. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words ot Stou a .Douglas. - ... . - : " , ., - ... ..:,'-., .. : . . - .i .1 - . . ,, . VOLUME V. NO. 1. UEBANA, OHIO, -WEDNESDAY, APEIL 4, 1866. - WHOLE NUMBER 208. CJRBANA UNION "w-. rovx, mo: OrFiCK: Coulson's Building, (second floor, 7 estiide North Main-street, Dear the Square. Terms: 12 00 per annum, Invariably in ad vance. i,aororSix Months. IkW OF lEWfPAFEISi S -Subscribers who do not give express notice me csairiry, are considered 6 wishingtocon inuethcirsubscriutione to thenaoer. 8. If subscribers order the iiseontinuance of meirperiodicals, tie publisher may continue to end them until all arrearages are Daid. 8. I f i Qbseribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals trom tlie olticeto which tney wereui rectcd, they are held responsible tillihcyliavesct tledthe bill and ordered thu discontinued. 4. If subscribers remove to ottar places with Sntinformingthcpublisber, and the pape...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 4 April 1866

1- URBAN" A UNION- 4iWi , 1S06. i t: 5J,03 a year, payable, in advance. Aldress, J .IV. Hocx, Urbana, Ohio. ; . . ! " ' n-! - " -t , '. s r. ' Th Usioa of Hearts theUnion of Hands The Union ol Slates none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flag or Ocb Uniok Forcverl ' Fop tha Stale of the Union with Union of the States--a Republio and not n Empire.'" DEMOCRATIC UXIOX TICKET FOR X8GT. ' For Governor, OE1T. GEO. W. HOSGAir, of Knox County. For Jud;e of Snpremc Court, :. piriLADELrn van trump, . of Fairfield County. "Me. Morou is for taxing U. 8. Bonds, so that all property which rests ondcr Ohio laws ahull aid in defraviuir the public charee. Vas Troip is for protecting the jurisdiction of Ohio Courts against tho usurpation ot con .gress. - " 1 Chronicle. ' r. .; - The President has ordered all the Negro troops to be mustered out of eer- vice by the first of May. The President has issued his Procla nation declaring the Insurrection at an end, and that the law may...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 4 April 1866

fe AN DUSKY, DAYTON & CINCIN'TI R.R. On and after Jan. 2, 100, Tniius will tlila (Ur'Baaa) sUSori; us follows : GOLXG XORTH. pase MaiU... . ..11.55. a.m. Siirbt Express S 00, p.m. -tiiioutk Freight, every cTay.:' going sorTn. kail Morning Express '. rurouh Freight, every day,.. . T,50,- " . 11.50, a.m. i"i .. .5.0J, a.m. 7.80, a.m. United States Express Msser.(rer on all passo " Uer trains. JAS. P. PiXDAK, Agent. COLUMBUS, PIQUA AND INDIAN R. R. , i. f"? v V '- t -- " V. aC'J Vtf On and after Dec 4, 15, Trains on this Railway Trill pass Urbana Station as follows : oonro wbst. KigM Express ; ... 2,20, A M Express (Mail) 7,03, " Day Express 2,34, P M Piqua Accommodation . 7,"JO, " Express Freight...-. 11,05, " Way Freight 12,10, M " " ' OOIKQ EAST. Kirht Express . . . . 2,43, A M Columbus Accommodation b,IH, " Day Express, (Mail) 11.55, " PitUburjr Accommodation U.IH, PM Express Freight 12.10, A M Way Freight.. 12,25, M JA3. U. BKOWN, Agent. ATLANTIC GREAT WESTERN RY. GOING EAaT. ...

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

Our Omnibus Budget. t t ws Ruth verj, tulo, to Biaz3 v Wheh sKe-JmlleJ liis ems and tied 6n his com. ij hiiV:!::J- Adams Express Company paid Inter nal Revenue tax on nearly seven millions of dollars last year. Thk largest library in the world is said to be the" Billiotheque Imperiale," in 1' ari3. It contains two millions iC volumes. Mrs. Partington ask1", very indig nantly, if the Lills before Congress are not counterfeit, why there should be so much difficulty in passing them? A backwoodsman paw a lady at a piaao,. and ,su3 out,- " Jiuvjis come 1 hers, Tarnation, if here ain't-a woman pulling music out of her chist ! " Official dispatches from France state that the cholera appears to be moving along the western coast of. that country, and threatens to invade Spain again. " Mamma," said little Nell, " had the governess ouht lo flog me for what I did nottdct?!' r" No my dear child, why do J 'fjoi ask V'j f Cacau.se' she flowed me Jo-day hen I didn't do my sum." - For playfully eati...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 April 1866

.ilt ,1 r.. VP' i vi : . T1 '. . - ' TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES. ""Last Words of Stephen A. Douglas. VOLUME YJXO.-. tTKBAV, OHIO, WEDNESI) AlY, PltlX 11, 1866. WHOLE NUMBER 1 f 1! J Hi xv URBANA UNION; IrriCE: Conlson't Building, (scoopr1 floor, Test tide North Main-street, near the Square. fgRM: &2Q0 er annum, iu variably in d- 14W BF IIWtPAFIlt: 1- J-iliScriucrli. nut vc e rarest- notice 7tuijjnirjry,:iri' j.ineidcreu as wij-hm toeon tf.oiiu.hcir m.im riptioiis to the :uper. a. it i.u ? TiLi i ardcr the lisuontlntwiice ot ueir ;nod.in!a, tbo iahlinei may continue to end hum u.it:l all -irreaniirec are n'airi. 3. If lubseribers uegiei-l urrefuw to take tbeir srioaicuk from the uihcc to which thev wer di acted, they areheldresponi-iblc tiilthcv haveact- tieaiticiill mi irdored them discontinued. .f 'Ubs Tlbers remove to other pkieea.witli- JUtmrormtusthe-piiblisher. and the oarer ire lent te ttiefiirmcr iireetion.they are held rcs...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 April 1866

olnr pr.K.'esse, JeuU-d by the bill. These oumsrou o.Tioisl agents are mvle to consti tute tort of polio, inrlJiii.m to die mili tary, and are authorized to summon a posse ooiumitatu-., and evu u call to their aid aaca portion ot the W,.,l nornl force, of ullUu o.aies ores tlie r. -..;tia. aa may be necessary tho perforin ,oe of th duty With which they are cla:-.d. This xtra ordinary power ii to be c .erred lipoii : gents imwponaiole to the poor to whose timber the ducretiou of H9 0minUiioars isMhe ooly limit, and in whose hands such authori ty might be made i lerriHle engine of wrong, oppression and fraud. The p-enera! statutes resulatinsr the land and nsral fn ' io iav, aro oeuevej to be ade quate for any emergency which can occur in time o( peace. If it should proe otherwise, Congress can at any time amend these laws in fTioh manner m, while subserving the pub lic welfare, not to jeopardize ihq rights in terests and thfrjies ef the-people. ' The aeven'.li seoiion provides that &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. — 11 April 1866

DC lon 5ltba. Uwa girtttary. ,i,V,i"h Jilu- ls,l5' Train, will pas. thi.tVcba).ut,ion. as follow. :( . , . u ' GOUiOHOKTH. "'' " N ht Ew, v. r. . Mr. . . .y .V . 6 "0.' p. m. lUrwujUWla, ever, day,.. 7i.Vfc ooiKb south. 1150, a.m. Monuus E.vVre. v. (,f, o, an,. through Frei-l.t, every day J . .7.S0. .ui. United Sute. Express Mcssensrcr on !' jasse agar,,!.?.. j tAi, P, Pi.NDAK,;t.t SOLUM 3US, f$iJA AND INDIAN tf.'rf. ',2 "s-Pm Tr3 if t"d " 1 . v:f; y u-vo uu aaa arter Dec 4, 113. Train, on this Sail way will pass LrOana Station u follow. : HU WEST. fight Express 2.20, A M fcijjra. (.Mail, 7.03,' - Day ExpieB. P M riqua Accommodation 7.!0, " Exp. Freight ,..,41,05, Way Freight ..... .U, w' M 6UWO BAST. .. T1' .-"'.'! NUutEipres. 2,4i, A M Columbus Accommodation ts,H " lav Jpre;.8, (M ull 11.55, " Pittsburg Accommodation. 9.1, P M .i press Freight ......4....,.1-J,10, A M Way Freight l,zo, M ' JAS. H. BROWS, Agent. ATLANTIC t GREAT WESTERN RY. l.i-i. T J -m , . Eipres. Mail 1,20, P. M...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 11 April 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. ITa. Chapin saj there U "cla tns4 rtoo' shtllow to have a tonicienee tod too co'.sl to hiva heafi. Thi tntle msy reach the eminence certainly as the eagle, but lie reaches by crawl iogt and hestill remains a snake. If you want to pet a favor from nan, feed lira. A man, like a hone, can't be managed till he has had a bit bis month. Parson Browslow ban written a let ter to Hon. Wm. D. Kelley, in which piven op President Johnson as ' lost the Union party." Revenge A person being asked why hegaro his daughter in marring sv man- with -whom he was at enmitv, answered, " I did it out of pure revenge." " How many years hae yon been dumb? "said a gentleman to an Irinh beggar. " Five year, pleafeyour honor," answered the ruedicant, completely taken off his guard by the question. Prince Alfred, Queen Victoria? second on, now a - young fe!lwf 21 lies' rist been rromotod to Curtain tU-UntrMi . Si-y. nod Parliament li grauted him aa allowance of 575,000 year. Valentine's day w...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 April 1866

I v . . , .j,,.. ! - , . ' " 1 , , , m i. - - ' ' ..... ... . .. . , ..... ..... ..,.,. v "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED ST ATE S'-I-ast Wokds op Stephek A. Douglas. . 7 ' ' 1 ' ' . - - 1 'i :!T0LUMET. JTQ.-4, - tiBBA.", OHIO, WEDiESDA-Y, APEIL 18, 1866 WHOLE 210, URBAN A UNION. w. houx, ae n o . OrncE: Coupon's Building, (second floor, If tatiide North Main-street, near the Square ' v Terms: 2 00 per annum, Invariably in ad- Hmce. $1,85 for Six Months. uw or rewsTapeisi l.Subacrlijertwhodonot give express notice thecontriry.are considered as wibhingtocon t nuetheirbubscriptions to the paper. 3. If subscribers order the discontinuance of eir periodicals, the publisher may continue to end them until all arrearages are paid. S-If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periotiicaUtrom the oilice to which they weredi f acted.t hey are held responsible tillthev haveset Hedthe bill and ordered them discontinued, t 4. If subscribers remove to oth...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 April 1866

UIIB ANA UNION. C tiii: JJ,0Ji ytnr, payable In advance. AJJress, J.W.Hotx,Urbana,Ohio. .TheUxioh of Hearts the Union of Hands Tke Union ol States none can sever; .The Union of Lakes tlta Union of Lands "And the Flag of Our Usion Forever! ' For the States of the Union with Union or the State Republic and not en Empire," - i r DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET FOR 18(37. . . 7 - - ' ' Tor Governor, -.r w, OZST. OEO. W. MORGAN, . '"",'.. . of Knox County. . - . For Judse of Suprem Coart, -. rniLADiiLrn tajj tkump, ,.- n-. .- ; ot Fairfield County. " mem. MOROiS is for taxing U. S. Bonds, eo - that all property which rests under Ohio laws v shall aid In defraying the pnWic charge. ' 1 Van Trump is" for protoetini; the jurisdiction of Ohio Courts against the usurpation of Don-gress. Chronicle. National Johnson ' Club formed at Washington, most unwittingly appointed " David Tod a .Vice-President. Mr. Tod has declared that it was done without authority .' Certainly it was quite a mis- . Jake : Mr. ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 April 1866

ftrtaiw luiou givfrtory. : SANDUSKY, DATTCN fc CINCIN'T. R. Ft '' " - - 1 aflcr Ja"-, lsxio. Train will pass vvt u,uulJ oiauon, as iouowb : ' ' 1 J GOING MOKTH. . . , .V." " 11.55, a.n.. N littit Express ...fcOO, p.m. .. .-.uujiijiuSMi, every tiny. ...... .,.i,ou, GOING SOUTH. 11.50, a.ro. Morning E-res 5.00, a.m. Through Freight, every dav, 7.30, a. m. United Sutea Express Me6Ponffpr on all passe rs. ;or train i. . - was. i. 1'l.MJAl., Agent. COLUMBUS, PICjUA AND INDIANA Ft. R Tin and after Dec 4, 1SC5, Trains on this Railway will pass Urbana Station as follows : oomo WEST. Melit Express 2.20, A M Express (.Mai!) T.ttt, " Day Express S2.S4, P M riqua Accommodation " Express Freight.... 11,05, " Way J'rei-ht 12,10, M GOING EAST. Night Express 2,42, A M Columbus Accommodation ,14, " Day Express, (Mail) 11.55, " Pittsbursr Accommodation US, PM Express Freight 12,10, A M Way freight 12,25, M J AS. H. BROWN, Agent. & GREAT WESTERN Rr. GOING EAST. Express Mail i,a, P. M- Kinht Expres...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 April 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. Sivknty feet of snow fell in the Lake f. , Superior region, last winter. v- 'Michael Mcbpht, of Taunton, Mass., ii one hundred and three year old. .The Frohate Court at Cincinnati issued daring fast month 223 marriage licenses. The muniSceut London hanker, Pea t I'body, - will -visit " this ccsntrj about the 1st of May. "'A 'xXn in Boston has just paid the t. (fortieth year's rent of his stow to the tame landlord, rf ArfLiA.ii estate suit, which has been in the Prussian courts three hundred years, was lately decided. "California has had 34J inches of i- ram so far this season ; nearly 8 inches came in one storm. . . A sergeant in Richmond has had two noses shot off his own and an india r. rubber one in his campaigns.- Jl Sincz the rage of' the Rinderpest in , Great Britain, the English are said to ,,;.have been completely cow'd down. A GIRL in a paper mill, in Bangor, 'found a ring composed of thirty diamonds, 4 among some jags she was picking. A wag has come to ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 25 April 1866

it I II II t I f ' . -!!- '5c,'TrS. 1 1 V .;" "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND OPHdLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATE S." A8T Woeds o Stspbis a. Douqiab. 70LU3IE v. m. 5. UEBANA, OHIO, dDisTESDA-Y, A.IIIII, 5, 1866 WHOLE number 21L -r,' V CFKBANA UNION Hotrx, piio i3rt. Orrrcx: Coulson's Building, ( second floor, Iv astside North Main-etrect,nearthe 8quare. Tiuws: 2 00 per annuuvlnYariably in ad- -. ti, iur on luontna. latt BF lEWxSiari a, l.Snbscriberswho do not give express notice t nnetheirsnbserlptioue to the paper. . If subscriber order the discontinuance ol o-elrpertodicala, the publisher may continue to nd thera Until alt orrHrurMiT! nairl. 8. Ifsubscriberenelectorrcfasctotake their rriuuu:&i8iroin tne ouiceto wnientney wereai t cted,t he rare held responsible tillthey haveset lied the billand ordered Ahem discontinued. 4. If iubtcribcrsremoveto other placea with- -unuiarniingtaepnc-lieceT, and tne papera are niioiniormerdirectioB,,theyareheiareepon ilble. ' 6. TbeCou...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 25 April 1866

11 jA x attnion . .liWf US, 1866. .'tJ.i year, jnjrr.'jle ia (tvauee J.W. lIarx,Urbaua,01iiO- Alir T lis Cmos of Hearts the Union of Hands Tl.e Union vt States none cansevcr; The Calou ef Lakoa the Union of Lands And tire Flao or Om Unios Forever! " For. ths Siatcs pf tha Union with Union 6f 12 Slat9--a Republic and not c 1.' -. A Empire.". democratic: union ticket t'.i t ' for ieor. ' " ' '". ' For Governor, GEIT. GEO. W.HOEOAK, , ' cf Knox County. . 1 -, . For Jule of Supreme Court, ... . PmUDELPH VAX. TRUMP; ,.',' V" t ot JTairflcld County. . ' Xfer MoRfltv is for taxing f. S. Bonds, so thn tall property which Teta tinder Ohio laws sh til ai j ia iltifravinsr; the public charge.- Vvn Tucmp is for protecting the jurisdiction of 0'iio Courts aLiiast the .usurpation of Con gress. - . y - t The Revolution and its Progress. The Cpngress ef the United States are acting as if they were possessed of, all poster, and bid already achieved the sup pression of the States. We have had Proclam...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 25 April 1866

ANOUSKT, DAYTON iciNCINTI R.R. on and after Jan. a, l-joti, Inuutwtil paa iiniuj aiauon, as touowi : "1 5 i M V .-oow koktm. WU 11.55, a. m. Night Kxiire88...,.,....,1,...,...8 00, p.m. I'hrongh Freigat," every day..; 7,50, " r: 2 i .i oui socta. ' ' . . i Kail ..,, 11.50, a.m. Morning Express , 5 02, a.m. t trough Freight, erery day, . v . . . .T.80, a.m. United Stale Express Meesensrer on all pasee 2er trains. J AS. P. PlS DAK, Agent. t-i T.T r- .... 1 COLUMBUS, PIQUa AND INDIANA R. R. f.'S-H 1"--'",-.,:-'- w Osutiai . after Dea .-4, 1S65. Trains on this Railway will pats Urbana Station as follows : OOUiQ WEST. Night Express. 2.20, A M Express (Mail) , ?,(, " Day txpress. ; 2,34, V M Piqua Accommodation T.:J0, " Express Freight.. 11.05, " Way FreigUt7..i. J...... ...,W,U M GOING EiST. Kight Express ...... 2,42, A M Columbus Accommodation 8,0t, " Day Express, (Mail) 11,55, " Pituburg Aecciumodatiou y.lS, PM Express FreiirUt.. 12.10, A M Way Freight 12,25, M v , JA3. IL BBOWX, Agent...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 25 April 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. A W isconsin dressmaker has fallen lieir to 51,500,000. A. teleoram from Washington states that " Butler is busy." We wonder who the victim ia this time. A he character of an upright mania line a pair of boots. The more black it the more it shines. you as me quickest way to make a tor tune a cotemporary suggests marrying a fashionable younjrlady and selling her clothes. IlEAYEN drops little fragments of itself here aod there along our way, by -way of assurance that heaven and love are one. A LADY has been appointed postmis tress in Hightown, Virginia, because she is the only person in the place who can take the oath. Beautiful was the reply of a vener able man to the question, whether he was still in the land of the living: "No, cut l am almost there. A London paper announces by the author of " Prometheus Bound," Prome theus Half-Bound, to be followed Prome theus in cloth with gilt edges. The Winstead Herald publisher the lollowing notice: "Anonymous com municati...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 2 May 1866

I -lis--'. Li-v -""v: ""l-? TELL THEM TO OBEY THE L'AWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES'-Last Words or Stephen A. Douglas. VOLUME V. NO. C. UEBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1866. WHOLE NUMBER 212. URBAN A. if mom QRBANA UNION. W. IZOT7X, JPROP'H. Omcx: Coulson's Building, ( second floor, Westside North Main-street, near the Square. , Tie ems: $2 00 per aunnm, invariably in ad nc. (1,25 for Six Months. UW SF lEWSPAPEEi! - l.Sabscriberswho do not rive emrwn notice thecontrry,are considered a wibhjugtoctn- i unci neirsuuscripuons to the paper. 8. If subscribers order the discontinuance heirpariodicals.the publisher may continue tend tbem until all arrearage are uaid. 8. If subscribers negleet or refuse to take their Periodicalsfrom the office to which they were di rected,! hey are held responsible tint hoy haveset tledthe billand ordered them discontinued. . If subscribersremove to other places with- utiaformingthe publisher, and the papers arc ent totheformeriireetion,...

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

UK BAN A UNION. "VVB DNE s DAY SVEIITIIVGr, May 2, 186G. i nt-t: J.OJi year, payable in advance. Aidress, J.W. Houi, Uibana.Ohio. The Uxiox of Ileirts the Union of Hands Tfce Union ot Statesnonecnnsevcr; Tli Union of Lakes the Union of Lands " And the Flao of Oub Union Forever! . " For the States of the Union with Union of ths Statesa Republio and not , an Empire," " DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET ; . . FOB 1S37. . ; j' " - - ,- ; Toe Governor, ' ' ' - aK. GEO. W. KOaOAIT, of Knox Connty. - For Judir of Supreme Court, : PHILADELPH TAN THUMP, : tit PairflcH Connty. . Mbm. iloHQAa is for taxing V. 8. Bonds, so that all property which rests under Ohia tews Bhnll aid in rM raying the public charge. ViR Tmtmp is for protecting the jurisdiction pt Ohio Courts against the usurpation of Congress. The Revolution. ! . Under a pretended zeal for suppressing insurrection and maintaining the Union, -we are dragged along into revolution. "First there wag a furor to save the Union socalIed, and a claim g...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 2 May 1866

t t ANDOSKy,CAtTO ClKCtNTI R.R. IT r -. -; ,j ti Ou ud after Jan. 2, .1866, Train will pas tfcie (.Urbana) station, as follow : all. -... .... Night Erpres . . . ,i'lxrougli Freight, everyday.. 1 "" OOING SOCTH. Kail Mornins Excriss fhronsrh Freight, every day, : . . .7.30, a.m. United State Express Messeneer on all passe nger train. . . JAS. P. PINDAR, Agent. ..11.55, a.m. ..8.00, p.m. ...7,50, . 11.50, a.m. .5.03, a.m. tOLUMBUS, PlQUA AN5 INDIANA R. R. T)n and after Dec. 4, 1805, Trains on this Kailway will pass Urban Station as follows eonia west. NrM. Express .". . 2.30, A M Hxpres (itail) 7,03, " Day Express 2,:, P M fiqna Accommodation... - ,', Express FrehjUt .11,05, " "Way Freight., 12,r0, M OIN8 BAST. Night Ertptess 2,42, A M voiambns Accommodation B.ii, Day Express. (Main ...11,55, Pittsburp Accommodation 9,18, PM fcxpres Freight ia,i, & M Vay Freight M. JAS. H. BROWN, Agent. Xtl'antic & GREAT wester u ry. Z3 mt GOING EAST. Express Vail 1.20. P.M. Jugbt 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. — 2 May 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. Can a man keep Tiii fe4 dry when he has a creak in his boots ? Ween are eoUiers like good flnnela ? When they won't shrink. Blessed is the bald-headed man, for his wife can not pull hi3 hair. A flower is sweeter the more it is pressed. So is a young woman. When is echo like a visiting acquain tance ? When she returns your call. "I'm od the trail of a dear," as the fellow said when he stepped on the dress of a beauty in the street. Ossian E. Dodoe, the quondam pari patetio humorist, has become treasurer of the ; Vermillion fl'i'ls Gold Mining Company, of St. Paul. The Boston . Post supsesta that as , Reverend Miss Olympia Brown, the set tled pastor at Weymouth Landing, Mass., can legally marry others, she will proba bly marry herself. . A Dialogue. " Fapa, can any person . catch anything if he don't run after it?" "No." " Well, then, how did you catch that cold you nave cotr . "By running after your mother, to v bring her Tiome from a revival meeting." " I KNOW I ...

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