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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 9 May 1866

URBANA r S " "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Lat Words op Stephen a. Douglas. VOLUME Y. NO. 7. UEBAKA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, M.A.Y 9, 1866. WHOLE NUMBER 213. URBANA UNION. w. houx, x no rn. Office: Coulson's Building, (second floor, IveBtside North Main-Btrcet, near the Square. Terms: $2 00 per annum, Invariably in ad- !, ior on Months. l OF IEWSPAPEIS: " -3nbscriberswhodo not give express notice - vvuuinryre considered ae wislnngto con nuetUeireutsurjr.n,,i, in ti,. t,,,,, . 8. If subscribers order the discontinuance of ueir periodicals, the publisher may continue to end them until all arreu-ni-fs are nnio 8. If subscribers ueclcct or refuse to take their periodicals from the office to which t hey weredl rected.theyareheldresponsibletillthcyhaveset tledthe billand ordered them discontinued. 4. If subscribers removcto other places with utinforming the publisher, and the papers are eniio tneiormerdirection, they are heldrespon lible. 6. TheCo...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 9 May 1866

T- -r v . I WEDNESDAY EtrEWING, Jfay 9, JSGO. C t .1 : ,v yiar, payable io advance. A Urese, J.AV.Hocx, Jrbana,Ohio. The Union of ITe:irts the Union of Ilands Tlie Union ol States none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flag of Our Ukios Forever! U 1 V J- A JN A U JN 1 0 -N . 1 ' For ths States of the Union with Union . of the Statesa Republic and not an Empire." DEMOCRATIC UNION TICKET ' For Governor. GE2T. GEO. W. MORGAN, of Knor County. . ; . For Judge or Supreme Court, :. - rillLADELFII TAX TRUMP, 3 ; ol Fairfield County. Mel Morgan is for taxing TJ. S. Bonds, bo that all property which rests under Ohio lnws shall aid m dirfravin? the public charz. Vav Trump is for protsetinar the jurisdiction of Ohio Courts against the usiirpatioa of Con- irresB. . "Restoration"--"Reconstruction." These words when applied to the In ,'isurgent States are misapplied. TheyH : (the States) were States of the union ' nd the United States baviu prevailed , in the contest, are re...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 9 May 1866

1 T the S, Ac. his wt cal So taU3 girtctorij. SANDUSKY, DAYTON ClNC'.NTl R. R. .. - ; . ""T - - 11.55, a.in. ...S.OO, p.m. ....7,50, " ... 11.50, a.m. 5.02, a.m. ... ...7.30, a. ui. On aud after hin. :!, lsOli, Trains wiil pass Ms (Urbana) station, as follows : oorso NOSTH. Mail Night Express riirong'h Freight, everyday... GOING SOUTH. Kail Morninir Express through Freight, every day,., v. United States Express Messenger on all passe Direr trains. J AS. P. PINDAR, Agent. aOLUMBUS, PIQUA AND INDIANA R. R. On and after Dec 4, Trains on this Railway will pass Vrbana Station as follows : GOING WEST. Kight Express Express (.Mail) Day Express Piqua Accommodation Express Fi eight Way Freight GOING EAST. Nipht Expres Columbus Accommodation... Day Express, (Mail) -.. PitUbnr); Accommodation. . Express Freight Way ircight.. ...... 8.20, AM 7,o:i, " .... 2.S4, PM 7.-J0, 11.05, " 12,10, II 2,42, A M 8,04, " 11.55, " 9,1S, P M 12.10, A M . ..ly.So, M. J A3. IL BROWN, Agent. ATLANTIC CREAT WESTER...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 9 May 1866

News Items. TnK rresiJsnt has pardoned Mayor .Monroe oi New Orleans. Another Johnson mass meeting is proposed ia Was-higtoa. iue cut-worm is rava?injr the corn Celda in Gile county, Tentiessoe. TnE wheat crop in Southern Indiana promises only half an average yield Receipts of Internal Revenue, in Cal ifornia, increased thirty-live per cent during tlio last quarter. Jeff. Davis' health ia declining sprain on which account his wife is permitted to visit him. There are but two political parties, The JSational Democratic Union Party nnd The Fanatical Abolition Dis-Union Party. Stand from Under. President John son has announced his intention to re move every office-holder who opposes his policy. Ihe radical office-holders had better set their houses in order. A newspaper correspondent who has travled over several hundred miles in Pennsylvania, Delaware and Maryland reports that, excepting, perhaps, one 'field in twenty-five, th wheat is in fine condition. Fenian headquarters at New York ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 16 May 1866

UMOR H U A A it ti.il I i ' I 1 "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." LAST Words of Stephen a. Douglas. VOLUME Y. NO. 8. ' TJRBAISrA, OHIO, ' "WEDNESDAY, MAY. i6, 1866. WHOLE NUMBER 214. - L " ' ' ' ' CRBANA UNION OpriCE: Coulson'e Building, ( second floor, ff ustside North Main-street, near the Square. Terms: $2 00 per annnra, invariably In ad vance, lor Six Months. LAW OF REWtPAHlti l.Subscriberswho dn nnt p-ivfl unircss notic "o the contrary, arc considered as wjthingtocon I nuetheirsubseriutions to the nannr. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of tteirperiodicalB,the publisher may continue to tend them antilailarreaouree are paid. 8. If subscribers neelect or refuse to take their Periodicalsfrom the office to which they weredi "rected.they areheldresponsible tilltbeyhavcsct tied the bill and ordered thooi discontinued. 4. If eubscribereremove to other places with utinformiiigthepublisher, and the papers are ent to t nelormerdirect...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 16 May 1866

UjjDANA UNION vJ!lonE8DAT 33 VE 3V IJfG May 16, 18G6. i i m: $1,00. year, payable in advance. AldrcsB, J.-V.Hocx, Urbana, Ohio TnEUsros of nesrts the Union of Hand6 The Union of States none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flag or Ocr Union Forever! 1 For the States of the Union with Union or the Statesa Republic and not an Empire." DEMOCRATIC UNION. TICKET . FOR 1867. . Por Governor, ' CriT. GEO. VT. TIOB.GAN, of Knox County. For Judse of Supreme Court, ; . FHILADELPII VAN TRUilP, ol Fairfield County. Mev. Mobgas is for taxing V. 8. Bonds, so that all property which rests nnder Ohio laws shall aid in defraying the public charere. Van Tp.cmp Is for protecting the jurisdiction or ouio Uourts ayunst tne usurpation oi von gress. Have We a Government of Law. During the war many violations of law were acquiesced in by many persons auu justified on the ground of military ne cessity. For many of the acts done there was do justification even under this com prehensive...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 16 May 1866

Strtona aUioa girfctcry. state. BANDUSK?, DAYTON & CINCIN'TI R. R. un and after Jan. 2, 1m6, Truius will this (Urbana) station, ks follows : OOTSO NORTH. Mail Night Express Through Freight, every day.?. GOING SOCTn. Kail Morning Express Through I'reurht, every day. United States Express Messensrer on all passe aer trains. ;AS. P. P1SDAR, Agent. pass 11.65, a.m. ...s.oo, p.m. ....7,50, " .. 11.50, a.m. 5.03, a.m. ...7.30, a. m. SOLUMBUS, PIQUA AND INDIANA R. R. On and after Deo. 4, 1S65, Trains on this Railway will pass Crbana Station as follows : . GOESO WEST. Klght Express 2,30, A M Express (Mail) 7,03, " Day Express 2,84, P M Piqua Accommodation 7,20, " Express Freight 11,05, " Way Freight l.W, M GOING EAST. Night Express 2,42, A M Columbus Accommodation 8,04, " Day Express. (Mail) 11,55, " Pittsburg Accommodation 9,18, P M Express Freight 12.10, A M Way Freight : li,25, M JAS. H. BKOWN, Agent. fc GREAT WESTERN RY. -"3 ATLANTIC Canute of time on the A. i G. W. R: R-. taking ef...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 16 May 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. v . ' Why flirtation like plato-powder ? .. Because it robs up the spoons. ' III is the best accountant who can cast up correctly the sum of Lis own errors. SlLrCE is the best remedy for anjrer. If you gay nothing you will have nothing to unsay. It has been discovered that Othello , rose to faih civil as well as military . honors, lie was a-tawny-gencral. Wnicn is the easiest of the three learned professions? Divinity because, it is easier to preach than to practice. The New York Tribune says the" cop perheads " are circulating President J ohn 6on' speeches in pamphlet form as elec tioneering documents. A Republican journal says that Hon. Ilenry Stanbery " is an able lawyer, but of bad politics. fco we think. Mr. Stanbery is a Republican. - Josh Billings said the other night, that a good way for a man to train up a child ia the way it should go, was to travel that way occasionally himself. An Eeeoe. "Off she goes!" said Mr. Smith to his spouse, as they started by...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 23 May 1866

-fcllT- "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." LastWokds of Stepheit a. DouatAs. VOLUME Y. XO. 9. . . URBANA, OHIO, .WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1866. . WEOLE mm 215, a L 3 H e o i A T SI n Si Ci Ci la Ai r i c ' J c i c It A & B Li sn tu ri ri Pa ! wii wa. -it bv it p. Will arei Asl g.nt 4.-r; J all: bell, me Pr Zotri Pt. m it Trus W tuc Bcgt Wil URBANA UNION. X. W.'XXOTTX, pnozR. Orricr: Coulson's Building, (second floor, iyetiide North Maln-street,nearthe Square. Terms: $2 00 per annum, Invariably in ad vance. $1,25 for Six Months. UW Of REWSPAPEtS: 1. Subscriber who do not give express notice " O thecontrary, are considered as wiehingtocoB l uuctheirsubscriptioos to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance of beirperiodicals.the publisher may continue to end them, until all arrearages are paid. 8. Ifsnhscribersnei'loct or refuse to take their Periodicals from the office to which they weredi reeted, t he v arc held responsible tilKh...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 23 May 1866

RBAXA UNION. WBDNB8DAT BVHnriNG,, Man 23, 1S60. ' i t i : A Mret-e, ,0 J j, year, puyahlo iu advance. J.W.(LiTt'rbann,Ohio. Taa Usios of Hearts tbeUnion of Hands Tie Union pi States none ean sever; TSie Union of Lakes ftac Union or Lands And the Flag op Ocb Unios Forever! c " For the States of the Union with Union ; ui ins oiaiesa rsepuDiio ana not.; I'.-V i an Empire." i..-DEMOCRATIC "UNION- TICKET' " FORisor.1 ; - r For Governor, . , , GXZT. GEO. W. KOHOAIT, of taoi County. : -. For J uiVe of Supreme Court, : riilLADELPH VAN TRUilP, ' i ... ot Fairfield County. - Msr. Morgan is for taxing U. S. Bonds, so mat an property wmrn rests under umo laws eonll aid in defraying the puMic cburire. Van Tarnr is for protoctirur the jurisdiction ot unto courts ajj:uuat the usurpation oi Con gress. . , . . . . . ; Judge the Supreme Court of Ohio. ;- Within the present month of" May, "the Convention of the Democratic Union Tarty to be he3d at Columbus will name a candidate for the office of Judge...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 23 May 1866

ttrbamt Ylaios S'trcrtcry. Siilrrolis. SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINC1N'TI R. R GOING NORTH, M10, p.m. Night Express n.io, p.m. rUrough Freight, every day T.00, a. m. GOING SOUTH. Kal1 27, p.m. Morning Express.... ...,.,. .4.4o, a. m. Through freight, every day, 5.10, p. m. United States Express Messenger on allpasse er trains. JAS. P. PlXDAR, Agent. SOLUMBUS, PIQUA AND INDIANA R. R. rr-T- rn-, n , On and after May 20, 1G6, Trains on this Railway will pass Urbana Station as follows : . -' OOINO WEST. igM Express , 1,40, A M Kxpress (Mail) 6,10, " 4ay Express 8,20, P M Piqua Accommodation 1A " Express Freight. , 11,05, ' Way Freight 12,10, M COINS BAST. ' Nieht Express S.35, A M Columbus Accommodation 7,54, " ly xpre6,(Miul) : 10,52, " Pittsburg Accommodation PM Express Freight..... 12.10, A M Way Freight., 12,25, M , JAS. H. BROWN, Agent. : ATLANTIC tc GREAT WESTERN RY. r-- Chan-re of time on the A. fe G. W.K: lt.: taking effect on May the 14th, ltHAi. GOIXG EAST. Express Mail... 1,35, 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. — 23 May 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. - One of tbc District Assessors in Filta larirh, appointed by the President, voted fjr Georire JJ. McClellaa for President. "Oh ! If jscs." The Coshocton Apo says that within two weoks within eight of that town, over 400 head of fine wooled sheep bave . beca killed by dogs. Tiis editor of the Louisville Courier -. i a sensible fellow. A poetical lady correspondent writes " I send thee a kiss," end the editor accepts it. . , The Naticaal Intelligencer says that the committee of Fiftsen's reported nmcndincnt " combines the worst forms of a persecuting and prescriptive tyranny." William ITauley, who was before the Court, of Helena, Arkansas, for horse stealing, shot his wife when she was upon the witness stand testifying to his thefts. The first of all virtues Is innocence ; the next is modesty. If we banish modesty out of the world, she carries fiway with her half the virtue that is in .it. The Toledo Blade (Republican) aays: " The next Conpress will bo more strong...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 30 May 1866

' Last Words ti SirPaSJf A. Douglas. VOLUME Y. NO. 10. TJEBAKA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY MAY 30, 1866. WHOLE XUMBER 216. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.' CTRBANA UNION. XV. HOT7X, FZIOP'X.. OfHCi: Coulson'e Building, (second floor, V at tilde North Main-etrcet.near the Square. Ttaats: 1 00 per annnm, Invariably In ad Vance. tl,2o for Six Months. ' UW r IEWSFAFEIIi .aubcrlbers whodo not give expresnotlce the contrary, are considered as wishing to con 1 nuetheiraubscription to the paper. 8. If subscribers order the iiseontinuance of ueir periodicals, the publisher may continue to end them until all arrearage are paid. S. Ifsubscribersne-rleiturrefusetotalie their Periodical from the oilice to which they were di rected, they ire held responsible tillthc) haveiet lied the bl.jand ordered them discontinued. a Tf H'H.nr.KDH.on.nrt tA nt llIT liMlTtA with ntiaformingthe publisher, and the papers are est to thetormer lirection.tney are neiarespuu aiuie. ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 30 May 1866

UIIBANA UNION. WKDNBSDAT BVBNINa, JTiy 30, ISGG. I' s m: J,03a year, payable in advance. A ldress, J . w. Houx, Urbaca.Ohio. Th t TJjtio o f Hearts th e Union o f Hands Tlie Union of. States none can sever; 'Tlie Uuioti of Loice the Union of Lands And the Flag ofjOcb Unios Forever! mm TV V "For the States of the Onion with Union c e-i , of ths States--a Republic and not ; iZ , an Empire." - ' -iome m sun i. (Clectios Bay, Tuesday .October 9.) TOR f Et-RETAHT OP STATS, GEN. BEN. LEFEVER,' - of Shelby Connly. . , -THOMAS M KEY, of Hamilton County. . rOR ITtMEEB BOAETJ PFRLIC WOKKS, , WILLIAM LARWILL, of Ashland County. - " The State Convention. f ; We give . large portion of our inside f pafe to-daj fo' the proceedings of the ' Democratio State , Convention.; It was j ne of Ike largest, ablest and most har- monious bodies which have ever assembled at the capital of the State-Every county ,.,-in the State we eea it stated was'represen ted and there were no contested seats. ' Among the ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 30 May 1866

.' ; Ratals.- SANTJSKY CINCINNATI, RAtt-ROAD t-Jtihr' . r- '-..a a: i-e Ob aud after May 30, lb6, Trains will pae 4Ai (Urbana) station, at follows : - - . .a. . 60JN NORTH Mail .... S ijjUt Express Xkrojfii Freight, every day... "" ' - OOIXO SOUTH. Call ..... - ...-.. . - ....... Morning Ft?eas. rb.rotu;U lrreirh,every day. . 12.10, p.m. .11.10, p.m. ..7,00, a. m. .. .87, p. m. . .4.45, a. m. ..5.10,p.m. United Btates Express Me&seneer on allpasse ajr train. . . , JA3. P. PI OAi, Agnt. COLUMSUS VffiOlANA CENTRAL, B. R. - t)m and after jliv 30, 1866, Trains on this Railway will pasaUrijana Static as follows : , . . ... QQisa WEST. Nlirht Express. .". A M Express (Mail! . . L,....; S.10, Day express . W,' Piqua Accommodation . Express Freight. 11-05, Way Freight "-lVt souw MM.' ; -. k . Night Express.. ...-., 35, AM Columbus Accommodation 'A, Day Krpress,(Mai!) .-v.-lOM " Pittsburc Accommodation w.oo, r M Express Freight ......12,10, AM Way Freight l5. M ..." . . ... JAS. H. BROWN...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 30 May 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. tro oq thd increase id-Cincinnati. Amos Kendall and family ne going to Europe. Giorgi D. Prentjce, who baa been seriously ill, is recovering. In Florid they make wfcisky out of tea grapes and palmetto bernei. Where can the most miserable find sympathy ? In the Dictionary. A fire, destroying property to the amount of $75,000, occurred at Cairo on the 22d. It is stated that many Republican members are glad over the President's , Colorado veto. It is estimated that the immigration Into the United States this year will reach nearly 200,000. Gen. Sol. Meredith has been nomi nated for U. S. Senator in the Fifth Dis trict of Indiana. Chief Justice Chase is said to have "the Presidential itch worse than any one ever had it." A GANQ of counterfeiters, with appara tus, press, tools, &o., were captured at fit. Louis on the 21st. The Mac-a-Cheek Press (Radical) re gards Jeff. Davis as " vastly superior " to President Johnson. Ned Chribtt, the originator of the Negro MLni...

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 June 1866

yimiu.nnir- i -- , , i 'mi" r i - '" ' " ' ' ' --ArrinTiiTirwiii t .. .. . UMBANA js0,ifc UNION. THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE y NIT ED STATES' Wo.o,BiK a. Docotii. TELL THEM TO OBEY XJUBA., OHIO, -WliiDrESDA., JTHSTE 6, 1866, Whole. YOLUME Y. NO. li. 1 A s b 1 Zo PI ma in tee i ft. J urn Wet CAU URBANA UNION. -vr. aou: ftrr'ic'x: Coelson's Building, (second floor, vfuile North Alain-etreet.near the 8quare. TettMS: $2 00 per annum, luvarlably in d- Vac. f i,5 tor Six noma. U CF IZWltkrllti 1 .Subscriber who do not give expree notice the cen-trwy.are considered as witningtooon- 1 m B.t ki r Bn l,erfr,r in,,B tn t h Tt9 Dftr. 3. If nbscriber order ti ii,coutionc ot .ir periodicals, the publisher may continue to lanilhAinftnfil al) . f-1- n-dB B r mid. Ifrrv-r;rers n r t or rrfuse to take tblr er)od.eaMroui He uiiice to which tawy vroreai- rected.tbev are heidrebponsible Ulltncy haveaet . 1 ..I H. Rihn Armri them d i BCOnt inUed. . If ubcribersremoveto other place wlth Bf...

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 June 1866

URBANA UNION. XVBDIT 33 S DAY BTHNIKa, 7nc (?, ISGG. 0.5,1 .u: JJ.OJ i'.year, payable in advance. Aldress, ; J.V.lIaL'X,Urbana,Ohio''. Thb TJsiok f Hearts theUuion of Hands The Union of State none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flag of Ocb Union Forever! ' Fop the States of the Union with Union of the States a Republic and not , . an Empire." .. L EGHillliSffiEIOI c , (Ejection Day, Tuesday, October9. - roa T.-eTART or tati, GLN. BiSN. LEFEVER, . cf Shelby Coanty. ' for srrnKire ora. L . . THOMAS M. KEF, . . .of Hamilton CoSnty. TOR jmrSUB BOARD PUBUC TOIiKS, WILLIAM LAHWILL, - - of Ashland County. . Death of General Scott. "Jrsx ss wa were going to press last week, and too late for insertion came Jbe announcement of the death of Lieutenant General WinEeld Seott. lie died at "West Point on Tuesday, the29t1i ult.j and waa buried tn Friday last with every trV nFTinnnr and reanect.' ' Io all Darts -cf t'ae country guns were fired and flags ' displayed at talf ...

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 June 1866

SANDOskf & Cincinnati, railroad. .'Vn""'Vlrt',i i un ana utter May 21', 1"!U0, Trains will pass tlili (Urbana) station, as follows : GOING NORTH. Mail....- Night Express .".".'.7.7.7.7.'.' Through Fraight, every day... OOINO SOUTH. Kail Morning Express.. .,. riirocgh Freight, every day. , 12.10, p.m. .11.10, p.m. ..T,00,a.m. .4.27, p.m. . .4.45, a. m. .o.iu, p.m. United States Express Messenger on allpasse Stfertrains. - jas. p. PLNDAR, Agent. tGLUMB US A INDIANAPOLIS CENT'1RY. On and after June 4, 1366, Trains on this Railway will pass Urbana Station as follows ! ' " ' ?OLN WEST. I'Urht Express.... ., 1,40, A M Accommpriution 12,30, FM ay Express (Mail) 2,58, " riqna Accommodation 7,05, " IrpiTM Freight 11,05, " Way Frelskt 12,10, M v' 80INS EAST. Night Express 2,3S, A M Columbus Accommodation 7,53, " Day Express, (Mail) 10,45, " Pillsburp Accommodation 9,40, PM K r jrr m Freight i. 12,10, AM Way Freight...... 12,30, M . JAS. IL BROWN", Agent ATLANTIC St GREAT WESTERN RY. Chang...

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 June 1866

"Who Wilt. Hold Tompkins?" John Randolph is said upon one occasion to LaTe visited a race course, near the .city ot iNew lorlc. A flash looking stranger offered to bet him 500 upon the result of the race, end introducing his companion, said: " Mr. Randolph, - my iriena here, sqairo lompking, will 1 hold the BUkes." " But, sir," squeaked x the orator of Roanoke," who will holl Squire Tompkins after I give him mj money ? " Tub Philadelphia Ledger makes the following inquiry : " The New York Tribune propose, in the future, to try white people ia the .South before black juries, on the ground that that ia the only way to secure their xonvicuon. What next? The next, of course, negro Congress -men and nepro Governors and negro Presidents. The motto of the Radical is not that Americans thall rule Ameri ca, but that Africans shall rule America Another Woxder in Kextccky. Since the Devil made his appearance in Kentucky, many other wonderful things "bare come to light there, among which we may...

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