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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 18 July 1866

h a. tr av TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words o? Stei-hex a. Douglas. VOLUME V. XO. 17. URBAISTA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 18, 1866 whole Dumber 2& ITRBANA UNION. QRBANA UNION W. JtO XJ3C, PHOP'R. Office: Champaign National Bar.kBullding, (econdand third aoorej Y6V8iae-orin Jiaiu street.near the Square. . Tirms: f 2 00 per annum, invariably In ad- Vance. $1,25 for Ssix Atonus. UW OF IEWSPAPERS: l.Subscrlberewho ab not sriveexpreesnotice o the contrary, arc conaiacred as wishing tocon tlnuetheirsubscriptions to thepaper. 8. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue t end them until all arrearages are uaid. 8. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the oilice to whicb they wercdi rectea.they are held responsible till ttieyuav settled the bill and ordered them discontinued, i. Ifsubscribersremoveto othierplaces with out informing the publisher, and the papers a...

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 July 1866

U II BAN A UNION" wbdjttj ta day BVBirinra, IS, 1SG6 t it JJ,03.i ye.ir, py:b!R In advaiicc. AKrcss, J.W.Uoi;x:,tfrtraTiu,Cuio. T:I2 Unio"' r ne.irls 1 lie Union of Hands Tke Union ! SUtcsnonccan sever; The Union oJ"Lakcs tbc Uuion of Lands Auikiic Pip opOlr Union Koicvcr! For t;ia States o ths Union with Union oft i) SUteja P.2-?-lio and not an Empire." mm w m (Election Day, Tuesday, October 9.) TOR BTCTTET HT OF PTATB, GEN. bi;n. lefever, or Sueioy Connly. THOMAS M. KEY", of Hni";on County. FOB MEMBER BO&BO TTJBLIC WORKS, WILLIAM LARVVILL, of Ashland County. The Democratic Party and the Philadelphia Convention. A great deal of speculation is in dulged in as to the part to be taken in the approaching convention at Philadel phia by the Democratic Party. Already we hero the chuckle of exultation from its opponents over what they affect to re gard as its decease and the abandonment of its name, organization and identity The wish is father to the thought. At the State Convention of...

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 July 1866

wANftUsy fciNCiNtixti, Railroad. On aud after Jnly 15, lryiti. Trains will pass tfcie (.Urbana) statioa, as follows : " " GOING KOBfH. . Wail ..... i.a.i.,4... 10.43, a. m.. - K'ielit Express 11.03, p. m. WT tt.-?bt ,05, ft. DJ. Throcicii Freitrht, Monday's AVedues- daj's aud Friday 's 11,35, p. m. GOING SOUTH. Kail Ii4, p.m. Morning Express a 5.07, a.m. Way Freight.. 5,30,.m. rhrottsrh Freight. MomiaY's, Wednes- Mav's aud Friday's .30, p. m. united states fcxpress Aie8emrerr jHits- lr train. . , - . J A3. Pi F1M3AK, Aguut. OLll'i'iBUS 4 INDIANAPOLIS CENT'LRY. H.- n On and after Jule IS, 1S06, Trains on this Railway will pass Urbana Station as follows : 0011)8 WBST. Night Express 2 s3. A M Piqua Ac-ronimodntion Day Express (Mmi . -"'Ij p r Accommodution -.5' f f pTpress Freight J.V n' Vf Way Freight 41 . eorxo east. Kig-ht Express 2,33, A SI Columbus Acoramodation 8, 05, Oty Express, (Mail) W " Pi!ftUi: Accomn&eaauon,, ., r M Extiress Freight.... ... ..... 12.10, A M uT Freight ...

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 July 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. E. Fargo, of Buffalo, returns an ineyine'of 68,703. Stewart, of New York, is estimated to be worth $50,000,000. John C. Breckinridge is a resident of Niagara, Canada West, Irs. Liocoln has presented one of Mr. Lincoln a eanes to Fred. Douglass. Gen. Lee thinks he will have three hundred students at Washington College next session. George Brtce, the well-known type founder, of New York, died last week, aged eighty-three. Over fifteen thousand dollars have been raised in Chicago tor the relief of the 6ufferers by the Portland fire. ' It is announced that all the Federal appointees wbx do not favor the Philadel phia Convention will be removed. j'Mff. AshLET, of Ohio, who was ex pected to rote against the Tariff Bill, Lad occasion to step out just as the vote was called. Eight hundred and thirty-seven di Torces were granted in Ohio during 1865. Those matches could not have been made in heaven. Mils. Stlvia Goodwin, a female phy sician, who has attended 3,686 births i...

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 July 1866

. i- WKBAMA UNION. -1 Iff J V.. j ' 11 : i ' ' - 1 ' " '. " 1 t.,-,v,vji "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words op Stephen a. Douglas. VOLUME Y. XO. 13. UEBAN"A, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, JULY 25, 1866. . . WHOLE NUMBER 22k , ' " ; i ' ' 111 ' . .-. . , . tJRBANA UNION. jr. -w. iron, i.o xxt. Office: Champaign National Back Building, -( tecondand third floors,) Wee tside North Maln treet,near the Square. Tbjjs: f 2 00 per annum, invariably in ad- acce. fi,-soior&ix Months. I AW OF 1EWSPAFEIS: 1 .Subscrtberswho do not glveexpressnotice 0tnecontrry,arecon&idereda6wi6MDgtocon liuuetheirsnbscriutions to the paper. 3. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to end thorn until all arrearages are paid. 8. Ifsubscribersneelectorrefusetotaketheir periodicals from the office to which they weredi rscted,they areheld responsible till theyhave ettledthe bill andcrdercd theradiscoutinned. 4. Ifsubfl...

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 July 1866

U KB AN A UNION- -V KUNE8DAY XIVEITIRG', July 2 J, 1S66. t' ;.tu: $.I,UJ.i year, payable in advance. A.ldrcsB, J.W.IIoux,Urbana,01iio. Thk Usios o f Hearts theUrtion o fllan-ds TkeUnionoi Statesnooeeansevcr; The Union of Lake? the Union of Lands Andthe Flag of Our UsioKForeverl " For the States of the Union with Union of the States--a Republic and not an Empire," mmm in state ticket. . (Election Day, Tuesday, October 9.) FOR SECRETARY OF STATT5, ' ' GEN. BKN. LKFEVER, of Shelby County. FOR SUPREKK JUDGE, THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton County. FOR KEMBER BOARD Pl'BUC WORKS, WILLIAM LAB, WILL, of Ashland County. vv ?5v V The Revolution. Among the things 6trange and rare, which may be done to save the Union, novelties still grow up, and among the novelties, is the following despatch from Nashville : NASHVILLE, TEEN., July 17. Lieutenant-General Grant, Washington: Some of the members of the House of Representatives of the Tennessee General Assembly conduct themselves in a very refractory ma...

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

SAMSUSKt It CINCINNATI ftAllftftAD. On and after July i5slS6, Trains will paee this (Urbana) station, as follows : olN8 south. Wall Ni?lit Express W ay rigt - m- I'hronjra Freight, Monday s W educe- day's and Friday's H.-iPm- GOISO SOfTH. irii ia4 P m- vait.. ft 07 a. m MornhiSr Express ........ . m V ay Freiirht .... - - ' COLUMBUS t INDIANAPOLIS CENT'L RY. tin and after July 16, 1S5, Tratas oo this aWaj will ps Urbae Srattoa as follows : GOINO WEST. Kirtt Express...... W,AM r'v Exwess ...11,18, Accommodation ....n... Express Freight Way Freight. .. OOISO EAST. JT!cb"l Express Columbus Accommodation... Oay Express, ... tMttslmrp Accommodation Fxpress Freight.. .....v 9 .48. P M ..ll.'Oa.A M .. 1:2,10, M .. 2.33, AM .. 6.05, " ..IMS, ' .. e,4s, pm ..12,10, A M w&j rreigui.... .12,-Vi, M J AS. H. BROWN, Agent. ATLANTIC & CREAT WESTERN rU. onus, - Chanjre of time on the A. AGvW.IkR., taking effect on May the 14th, 1S06. GOING EAST, Express Mail Night Express New York Freight W...

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 July 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. It costs Queen Victoria 5,000 to make Scotland trip. Ma. P. T. Barntm is building his own monument, in Bridgeport. The new hotel in Springfield, Ills., has been leased by the Lelands, of New York. Commodore YAXDERBiLThas bought the trotting stallion " Squire Brigham " for 14,000. Jacob Morse, a conductor, was run - over and killed by the cars near Rock ford, Ills., few days since. Gen. Sherman thinks he shall have to make another "March to the Sea" if this hot weather continues to Nahantor Swansnsoot. " There, now," Bald a little girl, while rummaging a drawer in a bureau, " there, now, grandpa lias gone to Heaven with -out his spectacle i " A gentleman advertised for a wife through the papers, and received answers from eighteen hundred and ninety-seven . husbands saying that he could have theirs. This is a praotical illustration Gi tae value of advertising. Some person wrote to a Hartford ad yertiser to learn how to make a fortune, and was instructed by return m...

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

UNION. -----,7 s I TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STAT E S." Last Words op Stephen A. Douglas. UEBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, A.TTG-TJST 1, 1866. WHOLE NUMBER 225; VOLUME V. NO. 19. tEBANA UNION. PBOP'H. OrriCK: Champaisrn National Bonk Building, second and third doors,) Westaide JnorthSUiu treet, near the Square. Teems t?2 00 per annum, invariably in ad vance. $1,25 for Six Mouths. UW OF lEWSPAPEESt 1.3ubcriberswhodo not giveexpre6enotice to the paper. 8. If suhscribersorder the discontinuance ol their periodicals, the publisher may continue to mnA thpm until nil M-rMrarpe are Daid. g. If subscribereneplcctor refute totaketlieir mtrlndicalR from the oiilce to which the V were di rected. they arc held responsible till they have settled the hill and oracrea tncmaiBcommucu. 4. Ifsabseribersreuiovetoothcrpjaeee with out informing the publisher, and the paper- -re senttothelormer direction, tucy ic 5. The Courts hare decided that refuting to f .k. -;jiufm...

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

.AliV ON . Aug. 1, 1866. Tbiims: $J,O0.t year, pay.iule, in advance. AddrcBi, J.W.IIofx, Urbana .Ohio. The Umios of Hearts the Union of Hands TUe Union of Slates none can sever; Tbe tJuiou of Lakes tne Uuion of Lands And the Flag or Our Unios Forever! " For the State of the Union with Union of the States a Republic and not an Empire," lEMil Eil STATE TICKET. (Election Day, Tuesday, October 9.) OR SErRETART OT STAT. GEN. BKN. LEFEVER, of Shelby County. ' Ton 9TTPRKME JTDOE, THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton County. foil VRMBBB BOARD prBLIC WORKS, WILLIAM LA1UVILL, of Ashland County. Congress. This body adjourned on Saturday, 28th of July. ; The Revolutionary scheme of the Leader, Mr. Thaddeus Steven?, to fntfl n recess till the first Saturday in December failed. The scheme was this if Conjiress adjourned they could not be called again except by the- President. If it took a recess, the plotters thought that they might empower the presiding officers to call them. The Congress must meet on 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. — 1 August 1866

SANDUSKY & CINCINNATI RAILROAD Uu and alter July i., IStiti, Trains will pass this (Lruana) station, as follows : 031NO SOKTII. Mail U'.4i, a.m Sight Express 11.03, P- m. Way i'reigbt 0,05, a. ui. l'hrouirli r rcicht, Monday 8 edues day 'a and Friday's 11,35, p.m. GOING SOCTH. Kail I3 Pra Morning Express m- Way rrcigtit 5,30, a. in. Through Freight, Mouday's A canes- United States Express Messenger on all pass es Jjrer trains. jAif.ri"",i" COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENT'LRY. On and after July 15, ISM. Tmln on Uiis Railway will pass Urbana Station as follows. GOING WEST. Ntirht Express Accommodation 1 liay Express Piqua Aceonimodation Way Freight Express Freight GOING EAST. Niht Express Columbus Accommodation..., l)av Express PitUburr Accommodation. ... Wow ITr.rkt. . 1,25, AM ... 9,!W, A M ... 1,45, FM .... " ....12.40, " .... 7,13, - 2,33, A M 8,05, " 11,18, " 9.4", PM .... 8,50, A M ExpresJ rcijit ...10,02, P M ' jiS. II. BROWN, Agent. ATLANTIC CREAT WESTERN RY. f- rw T-r -n...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 1 August 1866

Our Omnibus Budg Teet Lave the cold fever at Augusta, Ca. FlVK noblemen own a quarter of Scot land. The key-note to good breeding, is" B natural." Unrips apples are called "cholera bullets." Thb new depot at Allianco has cost $75,000. Longfellow aent $200 to the Tort land sufferers. Onlt three elopements in KansasCitj one day last week. IIoess t!iives are doing a brisk busi ness in Ashtabula county. Giokge Peabody has just given 60, 000 each to four nephews. Wht is the Rinderpest like a mouse ? Because the cat'll catch it. Frxir millions is the estimated wealth f Stuart, the New York dry goods mer chant. A person can get into eternity by the broad and vide gate, but there will be a hell of a toll to pay. Twelve dozen of false calves have been sold ia one Btofe in Rochester, most of them to married women. Sriakinq of the tax on watches, an exchage asks who pays the tax on the ' silent watches of the night." Dr. Abernetht used to tell his pupils that all human diseases sprang from.two...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 8 August 1866

T h T" 1R1R A M-A UNION. VOLUME V. XO. 20. TELL THEE! TO OBEY THE LAVS AND UPHOLD UEBANA, Oil TO, THE CONSTITUTION OF WEDKESDAY, THE UNITED STATES." Last XIGMJST 8, Words of Stephen A. Douglas. 1866. WHOLE flUHBEft 220, IJRBANA UNION. J. W . II O TJX, r).FICE Champaign National Bank Building, (second and third .loons,) Webtiide North. Uaiu etreet.noar tly; Square. f EttMSt 00 per annum, invariably in ad vance. Vl,3forSix Mouths. ' UW OF aEWSPAPERS: 1. 1 jbscriuert iio do not givee-tpresf notice t t be jouirAry ..ircoousidercu as w ibUiut toeon tiuue.lioiri'Jjscriptious to thepapcr. J If i ubsenberb order the liseoiitiuuance oi tkir -.-riodieais.thepublibherui.rj continue to .sad -hum. until U arrearages are paid. 3 Ifsabscriberenejrlcftor refUMMouketlieir periodicals l'romtbeoaiccto whichthey weicdi-rj-tcd.tbev are held responsible till ihcyhave settled thc'bill aud ordered them discontinued. 4 inaoscribersrcmovetootbcrplaeeis with out informing tbc publisher, and the papers arc sou...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 8 August 1866

URBAN A UJON, Aug. 8, 1SG6. l" J l I: iJ,0J.i ye.ir, payaUIe iu advance. AUrcse, J.W.Houx,Urbana,Ohio. K " TneUsioNOf Hearts thcUnion of Hands The UnioD ol States none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Uuion of Lands And the Flag of Ocb Union Forevcrl "For the States of the Union with Union of the States a Republic and not sn Empire." warn in iwi ran. (Election Day, Tuesday, October 9.) - TOR SECRETARY OP STATE. GEN. BKN. LEFEVER, of Shelby County. POR StmiEllE JUIXiE. THOMAS M. KEY, - of Hamilton County. rOR WE STEER BOARD P1BLIC WOKKB, WILLIAM LAltWILL, of Ashlan d County. WHO SUPPORT THE PRESIDENT. And How They Do It! The Federal Office Holders of the 4th Dist. JOHNSON DISTRICT CONVENTION. GREAT TWO-HORSE ACT. Oce readers are aware that a call issued some time since for all Union electors of the 4th Congressional District who approved the policy of President Johnson to assemble at Urbana on Thurs day the 2d of August for the purpose appointing two delegates to represent district ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 8 August 1866

Strtaw ttntou givcftcry. gaUmiis. ANOUSK'fr CINCINNATI RAILROAD, . On And after July 15, I860, Trains will paee imsiurDana) station, s-s lollows : GOING KOBTS. Mail tO.43, a.m. Night Express...; ; 11.03, p.m. Way reijrht ...... ..... : . . . . 0,05, a. in. Through i'reipht, Monday's Wednes day's and Friday's . . .-. H,S3, P- m. eoiNQ SWUTH. Kail 13 Pm- Moraine Express ' nl- Way Freiirht 5,30, a. in. Through Freight, Monday's Wcdncs- . a.a ..... . 9.30. p. m. United. States xprVVs"Mefpneeron " I1"" Bertrams. JAS. P. PINDAR, Agent. eyrer trains. C0LUMB US &. INDIANAPOLIS CENT'L RY. On and after July 15, I, Trains. cm this Railway will pass Urban Station as follows . GOING WEST. n "ight Express jjvjy , AM A M Day Express Piqua Accommodation Way Freight Express Freight GOINQ EAST 1,45, P M . 7,ia. " .12.40, " . 7,13, " Night Express Columbus Accomuiodation Dav Express, . .... Pittsbnre Accommodation. War Freitrht ... 2,33, AM ... ,05, " ...11,13, " ... 9,4, PM ... 8,50, A M 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. — 8 August 1866

A Noble Act---A Gift Concert. Bexevolexce, linmanily, notoriety and cupidity! Tho undersigned has, af ter a three years sojourn in Canada du ring the war, succeoded in making the fol lowing maguificont offer to tho public: A gift concert "on wheels" will start from the north end of the North Pole, on the 1st of June, IS69 or 1870, (the pre cise time to be decided by petition to Congress), and will proceed to give enter tainments in the principal cities, towns, villages and hamlets (Shakspeare's inclu ded) of Xorh and South America, Sibe ria, and Sandwich Islands, and after giv ing few moral and " highly-colored" sonjrs in Oberlin, Ohio, will proceed by trade winds to Pothole and disburse the remainder of the grand prizes. The object of this concert is truly beautiful. It is designed to give to each freedinan, or woman, or freedniao's wo wan, or freedman's woman's hired man, a chest and inlaid mosaic bureau, with ' moire antique" and white tulle trim ming, eurmouutcd by a cast of the...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 15 August 1866

TT T TELL THEM TO' OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words op Stephen a. Douglas. VOLUME V. NO. 21. UEBANA, OHIO, "WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1866. WHOLE NUMBER 22?. MOM. CJRBANA TJNIOK J. XV. HOUI, XI-0 Officb: Champaign National BatkBuilding, ( tecondaod Third doors,) Watt side North Main street, near the Square. Teems: f'i 00 per annum, invariably in ad vance. $1,25 for Sir Months. - LAW If lEWSPAPERSt l.Subacriberswho do not giveexiireefuotlce to the contrary tareeongidereil as wishing tocon- CcuctaeiriUDScripUons to tliepaper. 8. If subscribers order the iiwuntinuance of their periodicals, the publisher maj continue to tend them until all arrearage are paid. S. If subscribers neglei-tur rcluec lotaketheir periodicals from t he oliice to which they were di rected, they areheld responsible till they have settled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. Ifjubscribere remove to otbcrplaees with out iDtorminetbo cnblisher. and the papers are eeut 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. — 15 August 1866

jossesainj' intelligence and some force of tharaeter, there is more of the osier than the oak hence it is that in times of high party excitement the more reckless and violent govern, in political assemblies, ober-minded men. their superiors in knowledge and intellect. Measures were ndoptcd almost unani mously which would not have passed the two Houses by the free votes of the mem bers, without this restraint. Its efficacy must have been understood and its necessity foreseen, or this strange anom aly in American legislation would not have been restored to. By the report of the committee on Re construction, it appears to have been their opinion that what is generally un derstood s an executive duty, the right of determining when the insurrection or rebellion in t State has ceased and it is in a condition for self-government, per tain to the two Ilouses of Congress, and riot to the President. They say it was his duty to execute the laws of Congress, and they ignore and they in effect d...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 15 August 1866

ftrtatw ftnios girrrtcry. sandusk? i Cincinnati railroad. On sud after Jnly 15, lSt6, Trains will pass this (UrUtua) station, as follows : GOFSG NORTH. Mail ,;. 10.43, a. m. Night Express .. 11.0S, p. m. Way Tei;rht : 0,05, a. in. Through Frcicht, Monday's Wednes day's and Friday's 11,35, p.m. GOING SOUTH. Kail llrt, p.m. Morning Express 507 a- "' Way Freight...... 5,S0, a. ni. Through Freight, Monday's edncs- any s and indnta ........... United States Express Mespcnirer on all pass- iar trains. JAS. F. PINDAR, Agent. "COLUMBUS i INDIANAPOLIS CENT'LRY. On and after July IS, im. Trains on this Railway will rass Uroana Station as follows : GOING WEST. Nk-ht EspreM... ''r?A?; Accommodation 9,S0, A M Day Express ... Piqua Accommodation Way Freight Express Freight GOING EAST Night Express Columbus Accommodation.. D.it Express Pittsbnrg-Aceomniodation. . Way Freight ... l,4o, P M ... 7,12, " ...12,40, " ... 7,13, " ... 2.33, AM ... o,05, " ...11, IS, " ... ,48, PM ... 8,50, A M .. .10,02,...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 15 August 1866

'B. Slandeks, issuing from beautiful lips, are like spiders crawling from the blushing heart of a rose. Latter dat ' Loyalty," Calling our President " a traitor and holding office under bis administration. Ths Abolitionists e. the Columbus district hav renominated the Radical disunionist Sheliabarger, as their candidate for Congress. Ths LADiES.-llay their virtue, exceed even the magnitude of their shirts, while their faults are smaller than their bonnets. Thb Cincinnati market is so glutted with blackberries that they are selling at ten cents a quart. Watermelons are also recoived di rect from -Georgia. Gks. Durbin 'Ward will probably be the w . j .: uemocrauo ana onservauve canuiunie ior Congress in the 3d district. He will give Vienna Schenck a close race. Wbt ? Why, if we are to remain enemies. did we stop the war? While our armies were in the field we could iave completed the subjugation of the South, WyondolU union. Faib PfcAT. Was it frank, lair or manly to ask the Southern S...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
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