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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 22 August 1866

.URBANA flgy&fc UNION. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES-."-'Last Wouds op Stephen a. Douglas. VOLUME V. NO. 22. UEBAIA, OHIO) WEDjSTESDY, AUGUST 22, 1866. WHOLE JOJaiBEE 228 URBANA UNION. 0rtck:-"-Chau)pairn National Back BnlldiDg, k . . . . . :.j..T,.uwi.. t aeeona aaa imra aoora,; iiuci uriujuwu treet, near the Square. Tibks: 3 00 per annum, invariably in ad' Taace. l,E5fw Six Month. It If ItWtPAPEII: i-SntKcriberawhodo not glveoxpree (.notice to the contrary .areeomudered a wibhingtocon .iinoetheiraocription to the paper. i. If subscribers order the dlscontinnnnce oi the! r periodic:, t lie publisher ma; continue to end tnem nntil auarrcaraireeare paid. . If subscriber neglect ur refuse totaketbeir periodicals from thee nice to which they were di rected, they are he Id responsible till tbeyhave etuedthe bill and ordered tnem discontinued 4. If-tabscribereremoveto otherplacee with out informing the publisher, and the paper are sent t...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 22 August 1866

URBANA UNION. WBDISK DAY BTBWXNOi Aug. 22 1866. 51,00 yeA payauh in advance. AiarcBt, "j.W.IIoux.Urbuna.Oliio. THBUstonof Hearts thcUnion of Hands Tie Union ot States none canscvcr; Tae Uuionof Lakes tlie Colon of Lands . ' And the Flag of Ocr Union Forever! ' For the State of the Union with Union Of the States a nepurjiic ana noi , ; n Empire." if. I"ERmC M!0 STATE TICOT u , . (Election Day, Tuesday, October 9.) TOR ECBKTAY OP ?TATK, . . GEN. BEN. LEFEVER, " " .of She'.liy County. ron st-nr"" jcdok, THOMAS M. KET, ' of Bamiltoa Cqnnty. - rott himuf-h BniBn rrm.ir wriincs, WILLIAM LAHWILL, of Ashland County. The Judgeship. The Republican Congressional and -Convention met at Piqua on Wednesday last. Mr. Law Tence was renominated for Congress of : course that was a foregone conclusion. But ' over the judgeship there was a " big ' ht" Champaign county presented the tame of Jch&bod Corwin, Esq ,. Miami presented Col. Jas. IT. Hart (brother of the former judge of the district) and Da...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 22 August 1866

&fb38a.3lBUtt girtrtcrtj. SANDUSKY Si CINCINNATI RAiLROAO, L . . ....yi'-'---j,i-J"ri, On and after July ;5, lsfifi, Traius will pas this ID ru&na) station, as follows : GOING NORTH. Kail . .... 10.42, ft. m. Night Express.. . . 11.03, p. in. Way Might ... ti.Od, . iu. 1'bronch Freight, Moudey's Wednes days uud Fridays..., 11,35, p.m. , - , GOISG SOUTH. km...::..... is-. p-m- Homing Express o.0i, a. m. Way Freight. S,ao, a. m. fhronsh Freight, Monday's Wednes- fi.. .... S0, p. m. United State rrres Messenger on all pass fj'icer trains. JA3. P. FIDAP., Agent. COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENT'L RY. rr- ... j. . j T.a2 n and after July lit. 1, 1 rams on mis Railway will pass Urbana Station as follows : ooisa wbst. Klght Erpre Accommodation Dav Kiprees 1 Piqaa Accommodation Way Freis-Ut Express k rij;at GOING EAST. . 1 ,25, A M . 9,o0, A M . 1,45, F M . 7,14 " .12,40, " . 7,13, " Kiphf Express .Coiumbus Accommodation. tav Express Picalmrir A-onimodation. WT Frei-tit ... ... 2,33...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 22 August 1866

Democratic Delegates to the Philadelphia Convention. DELEGATES AT LARGE. William Allen, Geo W Morgan, Geo U Pendleton, Meredith R Willett ALTERNATES AT LARGE. EB Eshelman, C J Beam, JabeiW Fitch, J M Estep. DISTRICT DELEGATES. 1st District Milton Sayler, Dr Geo Pries. Alternates Judge AGW Car ter, William E Jones. 2d Charles Keemelin, Joseph C But ler. Alternates John Schiff, Alfred Buchanan, 3d--C L Vallandigham, Judge Gil more. 4th Col John II Jatuea, Col George F Dawson. fith Col William Sawyer, Judge Uaeh Letson. lh Nelson Barrere, J F Ely. Al ternates C A White, J M Trimble. 7th Judge Allen G Thurman, Wm W Franklin. Alternates W S V Pren tiss, A C Lewis. 8th Col Barnabas Burns, Capt Wm ii Bcnoneld. 9th William W Armstrong, J It Clymer. Alternates J M Brown, J H Liajnuder. 10th Thomas Donlap, Wm Carter. 11th C C Kinsbury, N P Israel, Col J rl tockarill, Levi Duncan. 12th James Stockdale, Alfred Taple Alternates J U Kesmy, J J Green. 18th Judge Hugh J Jewett, General Geo B fctrnt...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 August 1866

URBANA r TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last "Words of Stephen a. Douglas. NICM - - --- . illl x , t i. - - - m r -Sij -.-.-: - i vi. w .:. A-tl, VOLUME Y. NO. 23. je . URBlsrA., OHIO, WEDNESDAY, A.TJOTJST 29, 1866. WHOLE NUMBER 229 u URBANA UNION WX. XV. KOT7X, PROP'R. OfUci:-Champaiirn National BankBuilding, ( aecoodand tUird floors,) V ttstside North Maiu,- treet.neartne square. Terms: per annum, invariably in ad' vnce. tl,25forSix Months. , LAW CF IEWSPAPIM: l.Subscriberswho do not giveexpressnotice to thecontr.xry,arcconsideredaswhihiDgtocGn tiuuet hcirsubserintions to thepaper. i. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their periodicals, t he publisher may continue tu end t aeui unt u all arrearages are paid. 8. If subscribersneglector refuse totaketheir neriodicals from the oliice to which thev were di rected.they areheld responsible tilltheyhave Mttledtuc bill and ordered tuem discontinued 4. Ifsubscribersreraovetootherplace...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 August 1866

URBANA UNION. WBDIfB m 13 ATT Kl VJEOWTXPTOt rMi: $J,00year, payable in advance. AJdress, J.AV.Hocrx.Urbana.Ohio. Do ThUi"OB of Hearts tbeUniou o f Hands Tie Cnion of States none canserer; Tbe Union of Lakes the Union of Lands Andthe FliQ or Ocr Ukioh Forever! " For tha States of the Union with Union of the Statesa Republie and not an Empire." HOME ma STATE TICKET. (Eiction Day, Tuesday, October J.) rot SECRETARY OT STATE, GEN. BEN. LEFEVEK, of Shelby County. yOB M7PKEME JtTOE. THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton County. FOR SJrBK bo mo public works, WILLIAM LARWILL, ' f Ashland County. a He ask to to SUPPOSE, Jttrt sunnose. that the President of rt- i . the United States, mho U required to ap prove the acts of Congress or to return them with his objection, should decide that the Rump Congress which voted themselves two thousand dollars extra pay is no Congress and their acts not en titled to sanction ; and for that reason should veto all the bills they should send him then they must all he ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 August 1866

SlrtaM ftaica girrrtory. gailroiilis. Sandusky $t Cincinnati railroad. r"7 !"- z r - 71 On aud after Joly :ft, IStiG, T ruins ill pass tills (Urbana) statiou, as followB : GOINU sostb. Mall 10.43, a. m. Si'ht Espress "" P- m- Way freight .. Through Kreicht, Monday's Wednes- aay ' aud r riday s v. G01S0 SOUTH. 'Kaij 13.41, p.m. MoroYneExpresV.'.'.V..' Hi' Way Freight V0--01- Throneh Freight, Monday's ednes dnv'B and Fridav's 9-'i - COLUMBUS A INDIANAPOLIS CENT'L RY. . On and after July IS, 1. Trains on this Hallway will pass Urbana Station as follows : ora whm. Xisht Express Accommodation Dav Express - Piqua Ac-cornniodation - Way Freight Express freight GOING EAST. "Kigbt Express nnimnhns Accommodation . 1.25, AM . 9,30, A M . 1.4S, P M . 7.12, " .12.40, " 7,13, " .. 2, S3, A M Dav .Express, ii,o, Fitubv.rc Accommodation W,4S, PM Way Freiu-ht 8,50, A M Express Freight 10,W, P II JAS. H. BROWN, Agent. ATLANTIC CREAT WESTERN RY. n Chanee ot time on the A. fc G. W. R: R... taking effec...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 29 August 1866

Me Likes Charles Sumner—John Chinaman's Soliloquy. TiiK Union Democrat says : " A mooney ed Cele.Uial, with a chrp-sticlt in hand, sat eating the rice of liin own dear native land ; when cea.in at length his belly to fill, he communed with himself on the Civil Kiphts Bill. "No more eateelicee.no nmro eatee II. "No more eatee lieee, no ronroewee : ; me Melican, man, ami musa't do that, e votee. me swear, ami do what I will, for ;h is the law of the Civil Rights Bill. No rat Me Ciirh more huntee hole nor hide like a mice, when tax-man he come a hunting lor lice; iorAle lican Congress gays John Chinaman is good, 83 a mi""ee or any white man, me likee to be Judgee,Cme likee white wile ; then China marf be happy the rest of his life. Mo wan tee bi" offic3 whenever me vote ; rae wantee plug hat and long shanghai coat, John China man Melican, fay what they will, for such is the law of the Civil Rights JIM. John twis ted his pig-tail and looked at hi? clothes, wide opened his mouth and grew...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 5 September 1866

4. UN b "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words op Stephen a.D6polas. VOLUME V. KO. 24. imB-AlsTA., OHIO, AVEDISHESDA-Y, SEPTEMBER 5, iS(36. WHOLE NUMBER 230. CTRBANA UNION. Offics: Champai-m National Bank Building, (second and third floors,) We6tside North Jlaiu treet, near the Square. Tibms: ?2 00 per annum, Invariably in ad vance. l,2oforSix Months. UK OF IEWSPAPERS: 1.3abscriherswho do not iveexpreesnotice tothecontrirj',areconsidieU aswiolungtocon- tinueineirsuDscnptions to tuepaper. 2. If subscribersonler the discontinuance of their periodicals, tUo public tier may continue to tend them until ail arrearages are uaid. 8. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their periodicals from the oiilce to w hieu they were di rscted,theT areheld responsible till iheyhave settled the bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. Ifsubscriber6remove to othcrplaces with out Informing the publisher, and the papers are tent to theformer direction, t...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 5 September 1866

URBANA UNION. WHDSB m DAY 10 VBJVIN&, Sept. 5, 1S66. C.n: iJ,00i year, payable ia advance AUress, J.W.Houx,TJruann,Obio. Tm Usioh of Hearts thcUuiouof Hands TheCnionof StateenonecanBeTer; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands t And tlio Ti.ka of Ocr Uniok t orever! "Fop the States of the Union with Union of th9 States Republic and not ' , . an Empire," , (Election Day, Taeeday, Octobers.) ' von esriiETAiiT or state, " - GEN. BEN. LEFEVEIt, of She'.by County. Ton SUPREME JUDGE, THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton County. Ton IMBEB OAKD PUBLIC WORXfl. WILLIAM LAKWILL, of Ashland Count?. . ' ' ' FOB CONGRESS JOHN F. M'KINNEY, of Miami County. OUl I!0 Slffi Till President Johnson. Thh Republicans are an unfortunate race ofpeople, and in maVingchoiceof Mr. Johnsoaasa Vice-President they were absolutely unlucky, for be proves to be quite unmanageable. . Instead of taking bia cue from the Prompters at. tbe side wing, he will say things not intended for tbe audience, and talks about the Const! t...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 5 September 1866

SWaua Pinion giwtory. SANDUSKY fc CINCINNATI RAILROAD. - ' i h ' v i i. T ' i .;V! Od and after July 15, lso6, Traiui will pass this (Urbana) station, as follows : GOING NOBTH. Mafl 10.42, .m. Night Express lliOS, p. m. Way reig-ht . . . t . . , 6,05, a. in. Ihrouija Freight, Monday's Wednes day's and Friday's 11,35, p. m. O0ING south. Kail........ . 13. 4, p.m. Morning Express.. n ........... 5.07, a. m. Way Freight.... . 5,30, a. m. Through Freight, Monday's Wednes- aayt and i ridav s " m' v- Vniftd States Express Messensrcr on all pass eifier trains. JAS. P. PINDAR, Agent. , COLUMBUS 4 INDIANAPOLIS CENT'L RY. On and after July 15, lso6. Trains on this Hallway will pass Urbana, Station as follows : OOIN8 WIST. Nipht Express Accommodation Day Express Piqna Accommodation Way Freight Express Freight soiso iast. Kieht Express ColHrjibus Accommodation.... Day Express, , Pittsourg Accommodation War Freight .. 1.25, AM .. 9,B0, A M .. 1,45, T M .. 7,13. " ..1S.40, " .. 7,13, .. 2,33, AM ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 5 September 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. Senator John Sherman returns an income of 810,755. Up to the 1st of August 3,600 dogs lave teea drowned in New York. A MlOHTOAN City convict lately drew a 51,000 prize in a Cikago lottery. OVER thirty million pounds of tea are annually consumed in the United States. Th price of a wife in Egypt varies from five shillings to fifteen hundred dollars. A CoNNECTiour tnao was fined $4 for preventing his hay from gettiug wet on Sunday. In Minnesota, an old man, aged 82, whose relatives made him a pauper, cut bis throat. Bismark evidently intends to male h mark in tha European war. H knows his "bis." g T 18C0 X, or in other words, Demas Barnes, of Brooklyn, returns an income of $52,164. A "snow -ball picnic" was the fea ture of the 4th of July celebration at Meadow Lake, rsevada. Bonner, the Ledger man, is said to own the six finest horses in the country They cost him $120,000. If a toper ad a gallon of whisky were left together, which would be drank first ? Echo answers...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 12 September 1866

' ' ' T TO IRA N A N 6 VOLUME V. NO. 25. "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD UEBANA, OHIO, -WEDNESDAY, THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED if AT ES' SEPTEMBEE aht Woemo?Stephm A.DocoLAsr 12, 1866. . WHOLE TOIBEB 23k CTRBANA UNION. nnm Champaign Notional Bank Building, (second and third doors,) Weetsidc NorthMain- troet,ner mo oqiuu c. Tibms f 2 00 per annum, invariably in ad vance. $1,23 for Sir Months, - UW OF IEWSPAPERS: 1.3ubcriberewhodo not giveexpreat-uotice lo the contra ry,arceon6idercd as wislimg tocon Tirnet.heirsubserintions to the oarer. 2. If subecribersorder the discontinuance their psriodicala, the publisher may continue to m&nA ' hr.tn n iu.il ail arrearages are rjaid. S. If subscribers neglcA t or refute to take their periodicals f roiD the oliice to which tney wereui-1-Bcted.thcy araheld responsible till theyhave aettledthr bill and ordered tbemdisconunuea 4. Ifinbscribersremoveto otherplaces with nntlnfnrmimi the Dnhli6her. and the papers are sent to tfceformer d...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 12 September 1866

UKBANA UNION Sept. 1 186&. .;" (nil iJ.OOi year, payable In advance. AJdresa, J.W.Hopx,Uiana,Olilo. Tffi Uanon of Hearts theUnlon of Hands The Union ol State none cnnsever; The Union of Lakes theUnlon of Lands AndtheFLAOOFOcBU.viOKForcYerl ' For the States of the Union with Union of tha States a Republic and not -, t : . . an Empire," - M m STATE TIKIT. i ' ! t5l action Day, Tuesday, Octobers.) -M - TftZ SICRrTABT OF STATS, ' . GEN. BEN..LEFEYEE,'' of Sheiby County. FOR SUPKKM JUDGE, THOMAS M. KEY, ' of Hamilton County. : v K mSlrBKS, OABD FTITLIP WOKKS, WILLIAM LAli WILL, of Ashland County. FOB COKQBES8 JOHN F. M'KINNEY, of Miami Connty. 5 A DISGRACEFUL TRICK. -Thosb willing receivers of rural false hood the Cincinnati Gasette and the Cincinnati Commercal in their papers of Monday morning parade a great feat of -deception performed by the Court House people at Urbana on Sunday morning last The intention of the men dacity papers and the mendacity repor ters was to convey the imp...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 12 September 1866

URBANA UNION. O ITT COUNTY. "WEDNESDAY EVEXING.SEPT. 12, 1866. RESTORATION, PEACE AND UNION. All who are in favor of the Resto ration op thx Union of all the St?tes, will meet at the Court House, this CWednesday) Evening, for the pur pose f organizing a club for the Campaign. Public Meetings. . HoNv J. F. McKinney, our candidate for Congress, will address the people of Champaign eoantr as follows :.. ' At Addison, Sept. 11th, at 2 P. M. Same evening at St. Paris, at 7 P. M. AfCareysvilie, Sept. 12th, at 2 P.M. Same evening at Spriohills, at 7 P. M. At McFarland's School House, Septl3th, at 2 P.- M. Same evening at Kingston, at 7 P. M. At Cable, Sept. 14th, at 2 P. M. At Urbana, Friday ev'og at 7 P. M. At "Westville, Sept. 15th, at 7 P il. County Convention. The Democrats, Johnson men and all oth er persona of Champaign County, who favor tl:e restoration policy of President Johnson, tnd the action ol the Philadelphia Convention will meet at the Court House in Urbana, on Saturday Sept...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 12 September 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. A widow in Beaver, Ohio, is ooly 12 jears old, and alio lias a child. Tbs talk of women is generally about men. t.ven their lat?ti is but be 1 he be! " It ia e !.-.! tl.at Minnesota has karvested tl.is year sixteen million bushel of wheat Feed. Douglass was received at the Miscegenation Cunventioa at Philadelphia with cheers. A oirt. In Indianapolis put nitrate o silver in her sister's wash-bowl, which turned her black.. Jealousy. The latest brand of strychnine whisky ;. llri " needle eun." It ia mora de- etxuetife than Jersey lightning. Two negroes of Richmond, Va., fought duel last week in Chickahominy swarep, about the possession of a "Dinah. An old bachelor says that every woman is in the wrong until she cries and then she is in the right instantly. A YaxKCK doctor has recently got up a remedy for hard times. It consists of ten hours' hard labor, well worked in. Fock churches are in process of build ins ia Youngstown, Ohio,, two of which the Presbyterian and ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 September 1866

113 ID A XT I - a--.',-.. -. . V ...w- x3 fj:fX'yi TELL THEItI TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words of Stephen A.Douglas. URJ3A.ISrA.5 OIIIO, "WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBEE 19, 1866. WHOLE SOBER 232. VOLUME Y.-KO. 26. CJRBANA UNION; OPFICE: Chamraiirn National Bir.V BuHiling, ( second and third itooi,) Weslsldc North Mam treet.nearthe Square. Terms: ?2 00 per annum, invariably in ad vance. $1,85 for Six Months. UW OF KWSPAPtRS: l.Snbscrioernvliodo not .riveexpres tnotice to the coat rii-y. arc sonsidicuuBivit-lung t oecn tlauet heir subscriptions to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the liscoiitiuuance ol their periodicals, the publis,liei may continue to ...Jlhomniiti'i'lll irr(.'irir('K 11VC Plill 8. Ifsuhecribcrtncjriec t or refuse lo lak c their periodicals from the ouice to waich they vei tdi rsctcd.tliev arclirld responsible till thcyhave settled the'hil) and ordered them liscontmued. . 4. Ifitjiseribcrfcremnveto oihe.r places witli out inform...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 September 1866

tTRBANA UNION Sept. 19, 1SG6. i'ti: -!,00.i ye at, payable in adrance. AldreBS, J.W.Hocx.Urbana.Ohlo. TbUiok of Hearts theUnion of Hands Tie Union ol States none crnsever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flag or Oub TJ-siok Forever! For ihi States of the Union with Union of tfcs States--! Republic and not an Empire," mmm in sun urn (Election Day, Tuesday, October 8.) ron bkcrttart or stats. GEN. BEN. LEFEVER, of She'.by County. FOB KFTRKHB JUMI, THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton Conuty. FOR mni BOARD PUBLIC WORKB, WILLIAM LAKWILL, of Ashland County. PoB COltGRESS JOHN F. M'KTNNEY, of Miami Comity. DEMOCRATIC mm TICKET, Ticket given in foil next week. Evangelical—Evangelicaller-Evangellicallest. Some weets ago it was given out that the"EvaDgelical " Sunday Schools would consort in a celebration at Urbana, on Friday, 14 Sept., 1866. This word " Evangelical " is a mystical word of du bious meaning, bat is understood by that mystical body called Orthodoxy, to serve as a cabalisti...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 September 1866

URBANA UNION. OITT A.ITI COUWTT. WEDNESDAY EVENING.SEPT. 19, 1866. NO. 2. Extract from "Dr. Dill's Pamphlet." am too responsible for what I say to talk in a man ner unwarranted by facts ; yet I boldly assert, that I can produce many patients who firmly be lieTe they not only owe health and happiness, but protracted life itself to the aerrice of DcntWrt?. Dr. Rush, in his "Medical Enquiries," says: I have known dyspepsia, and general ill he.alih amounting to entire disqualification for the du tie of life, to depend upon bad teeth, and to be remedied only by treatment addressed to them ; and not unfrcauently death results from the like ap parently trifling cause. Office over Citizens National Bank, Urbana, Lout hatftf the month. RESTORATION, PEACE AND UNION. Thi National Union Club will meet at the Court House on Wednesday Evening, Sept. 19, to be addressed by v Gen. John H. Young, the President. Dr. J. J. Musson, of St. Paris, and IIesrt T. Niles. Mr. Niles will review Judge Lawrence...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 September 1866

A Radical, Ben Wade, Prayer before the Parson Brownlow Convention. From Mack's correspondence to the Cincinnati Commercial, (Rep.) The Convention met at balf past ten. and the liev. Dr. 1W New Or leans, yesterday e!e ' . In, opened tue proceedings vi Alter in voking the DiviiK' . . u for the removal of all prejuU.t l-; wing out o race or cole-, the reverend centleman dwelt a little on the subject of recon Btrnetinn as fol ows : " cave us, we nrsir. frnm outside pressure." This was a p-entle hint to Providence to call the dogs of Conservatism who are trying to bark the Radical Southerners out of their convictions. Then Mr. Newman called the Lord's atteution to the Presi dent in this wise: "Hear us, we beseech thee, for nation at lartje. Deliver us from the rule of bad men ("Cries of Amen and especially from him who, through satanie agencies, has been raised to authority over us yells of Amen 1 and whs, abusing that authority is en deavoring not only to take the life of the Republic, ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
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