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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 September 1866

Vol. 5. Xo. 20. URBANA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1S60. Whole Number 232. 1 ranifnn [From Urbana Union of the 12th.] A DISGRACEFUL TRICK. Those willing receivers of rural false hood the Cincinnati Gazette and the Cincinnati Conitnercal in their papers cf Monday morning parade a -Treat feat of deception' performed by the Court House people at Urbani on Sunday morning last. The intention of the men dacity papers and the mendacity repor ters was (o convey the impression, that the Democrats had called a meeting of soldiers and that the soldiers had turned against them. The habitual readers of those papers prefer falsehood that, feeds their humor to truth that would disturb their belief, and so they always get what they like. The falsehood on this occasion wfs furnished from the Court House in Urbana and the proof is this : The meeting was not held until Saturday after noon, when the mail had been gone two hours no other mail would go till Mon day noon, yet these two papers cf Monday mo...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 19 September 1866

Miss Anna Recovers Her Articulation, alias Her Ms—She Rids Her Bosom of Some Perilous Stuff—An Insane Delegate Propose to Adjourn Sine Die— He Goes Down in Tornado of Wrath from a Thousand Orators—More Coquetry with Fred. Douglass. PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 6. " The Convention to-day has been several j on the terge of a row, and nothing ; but skillful management has prevented j an open rupture between the suffrage and ' . ri i ' . . 1 anti-sunratre men. i ne leennj against the border State delegations, for their efforts, which have been successful thus far, to dodge this issue, is getting to be intense, and will find voice in an unmis takable manner, if the session lasts two days more. Early in the day Fred. Douglass en tered the hall with the badge of the New York delegation pinned to the breast of his coat. lie immediately attracted at tention, Mid was waited upon 1 escorted to a seaty the side of his friend Theo dore Tilton. At. about two o'clock, a delegate, with more sense than any o...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 26 September 1866

URBANA to-g- in I i n 1 I r n i . i ii i I i I i i I, i i ii . M i i ii ii in 1 , ii in i , i i hi i, r ! in i , I II Jlli mill I I ! 1 m "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES'-Last Words of Stkphix a.Douqlab. " . . ' ' " i i i i .-,f - 1 1 i VOLUME V.XO. 23- UEB A.1SJ"l, OHIO, WEDKESDAY,- SEPTEMBEE 2G, 1866. WHOLE NUMBER 237. tXRBANA UNION. Orrics: Chftmoaiim Notional Back Buildine, (econdand third floors,) WtibtsideNorttiMaiu- itreet.near me oquare. Tim: 1 2 00 per annum, invariably in ad ranee. $1,23 for Six Months. UW Or IEWSFAPEI Si l.Sabscriberewho do not giveexpresrootice to tne contrary, arcconsidered as wibtiingtocon' UnnetbeirsubscriDtions to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance oi tbeir periodicals, the publisher may continue to send them until all arrearages are Daid. S. Ifsubscribereneglector refusetotaketheir periodicals fromtbeolliceto which they weredi- . ractea,tncy arehela reBponsmie tiinnq uic settled thebill...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 26 September 1866

U-RBANA UNION. VVBDlrXlaDAT BVBlNIKGf Sept. 26, 1S66. C il u: i,CWi year, payable in advance. AUreef, J.W.Houx,Crbana,01iio. Th LTionof tlarts theUnion of Hands The Union ol State none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flao of Och Unios Forever! " For the States of the Union with Union of the States--! Republic and not an Empire." EM 111 Sfffi TICKET (Election Day, Tuesday, October 9.) TOB SECRET ABT OF STATE. GEN. BEN. LEFEVER, of Shelby County. TOR SUPREME tVWiK, THOMAS 51. KEY, of Hamilton Codnty. FOR WYWRRR BOARD WKUC WORKS. WILLIAM LARWILL, of Ashland Count?. TOR COK6RX59 JOHN F. M'KINNEY, of Miami Coantr. JUDGE PATRICK ON PUBLIC AFFAIRS. He Supports the Restoration Policy of Pres't Johnson. [FOR THE URBANA UNION.] 31b. Editor: Having prepared a letter to a friend witb the intention to Lave mailed it to him, containing my iewa and feelings in regard to the present attitnde of our public affairs, bat as I Lave bo Tievs upon public matters to ODceal, and be...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 26 September 1866

TJRBANA USTION. CITY A IV 33 WEDNESDAY ETEXING.SEl'T. 2G, 1S6G. Clerk of the Court. Joseph Maitlasd having declined to be b fcandidate for Clerk of Court, the Central Com mittee met and unanimously agreed to place the name ot J. W. ITocx in his stead. Jas. Taylor, Chairman. J. C. Eomosdsok, Secretary. DEMOCRATIC COUNTY TICKET. Probate Jndrre. -WILLIAM F. Mo.SGROYE. Clerk of fonrt of Common Picas, JuHN W. HUL'X. Anrtitor. JOHN C. EDMOXDSOJT. Sheriff, JASPER N. HALL. Recorder, DAV1L) Hi.ATTY. Cnmmisioner. NATHANIEL. &CEVA. Infirmary TV rector, David stenuakger. C.roner, Dr. 5. H AYRES. RESTORATION, PEACE AND UNION. K. T. DeLAXY, Of Columbu?, will address the National Uuion Club at the Court House, on Thurs day Evening, Sept. 27th. The Ladies are especially iuvited to attend and hear this eloquent speaker. Let all the friends of the Uuion of all the States at tend. Scvmer Rst, by Gail Hamilton, at Rus sell's Bookstore. Dress Makiso. See Mrs. Anter's can! in to-day '6 paper. Her wor...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 26 September 1866

Our Nominee for Congress Hon. J. F. M'Kinney. Tfl Piqna Congressional Convention, on Tuesday last, with singular unaniuiity, nomi nated Hon. J. F. McKitiDey to represent the Democratic and conservative elements in this Congressional District. We think there can careely be a doubt that they will ratify his nomination by a decisive majority on the sec ond Tuesday ol October. It is true, he is opposed by a man who has wealth, and the JNew England manulactnrera to DacK aim, and if money can accomplish anything, it will doubtless be freely ud to sway the peo ple. Having lost the power of the bayonet, nd the officeholders not beinjj under their thumb, dot willing to bo assessed, at hereto lore to make up a corruption fund, the four thousand dollars of an increase in their salar ies was to make up the deficiency, and in fended to enable the rascally Radical Mem bers of Congress to secure their return to a position they have so shamefully prostituted and disgraced. We mistake the character ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 3 October 1866

TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS "AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." LWoeds of Stephen a. Douolab." VOLUME Y. NO. 23. URBANA, OHIO, VVEDSrESr)A.Y, OCTOBER 31866. WHOLE NUMBER 234, UiUJAXA UNION. '.V . KOtJXp v.-,, r-C'li.nit,-i"n National Buck Building, i . . , , w.... , :,i r..- . ' I iOCUIlO 'ulra 1 " m .11.1.11 street, ncai the Square. - ;asi. f! 00 er mnum, invariably in ad vt-iL'c. for Six Months. U' OF NESTSPAPESS: 1 . i a jscriuci t bu duTiol iriveexprcsfaotlce t rue ; jutrar ,arc :numuci cum iduiul. iui.vu 3. If subscribers order the liscunUuiinnce oi thjir jariudicl8,tuepnougneruiajcimtiuui iu i.'l 1 11 t.fnar.i.ma fir nftlfl Eefia -nciii uiilii mi i i 8. If subscribers neglect ur refuse to take their . periodicalsirointueomcciowuicuiuc. rioted tbev are held responsible till they have .v,"iiii ,inH nnfprrii theni discontinued. . :l .rnmnrftlinttlPrillaCeE W it U . mausti ii'i ioi . - r oat informing the publisher, and the pnpersare enl to T ueioruier ."P6 nTbee0oi...

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

Le let j of person detained, tod tie rued not produce any other of commit ment ct detention, but merely certify that he beld the person as a prisoner un der the President's authority. The eourts were not to be permitted to know wheth er there was in fact an order from the President, and whether that order was in conformity with Constitution. But not content with this suppression of the right to be heard and held, accor ding to " due course of law," that Con gress attempted to provide, or they did so enact, that any order of the l'res.dent or under bis authority, made at any time, during the existence cf the rebellion, shall be a defense in all courts to any ac tion or prosecution, civil or criminal, then pendingor to be commenced for any search, Beizure, arrest or imprisonment, made, done or committed, or acts omitted to be done under and by virtue of such order, of color or any law of Congress. By tha law of this land, every man who does an act without authority of law, which injur...

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

Strbaua tuiou girtrtory. giailroa.s. SANDUSKY fc CINCINNATI RAILROAD. On nd after July 15, Wxi, Trains will pass tliie (Urbana) alatiou, as follows : GOINO NORTH. Mai! 1C.42, a,m. Night Express 11.03, p. m. Way s'reitrht 6,05, a. w. Tbrouch Freitrlit, Monday's Wednes day's aud. Friday's ll,3o, p.m. G0I5G SOl'TII. Kail 12.4S, p.m. Morning Express ;. m- Way Freight 5,b0,a. iu. m,,.,.,,,h t r;rht Monday's W educs- . day 's and Friday's 9 . P- m United States Express Messenger on all pnss Oicer trains. JAS. P. PIN OAR, Agent. COLUMBUS 4 INDIANAPOLIS CENTLRY. On and after Sept. lo, isu, ,.. Railway will pass Urbana Station as follows : GOING WEST. Night Express. 1,25, AM Accommodation ,-y lav Express . Piqua Aecoinniodatiou.. .Js M.L. Freight Fre cut I,w JX Freisht 9,00, GOING EAST. SigM Eiwess S.13, A M Columbus AccoiamodaiioD S.t'o, " Dav Express, 11,18, " Pirtnrp Accommodation. H.4d, PM Frciirht.-.-.. S.50, A M Freight. , -..v..- T., " Freight 2,(0, P M JAS. H. BROWN, Agent. CREAT WES...

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

Trig following communication was sent the Be'Iefontaine Bepublicn for publication. The EJitor, after submitting it to Judge Laxvr. tnct, declinej to publish it : Shall the Increase of Congressional Salaries, already large, be Tolerated. RUSHSYLVANIA, O., Sept. 3d, 1866. At the late Convention at Piqna, I asked Judge Liwrence to pledge ftimseir not 10 cepl the extra ?4000,00 voted to members of n,mt. t i1,b last session. lie declined to j :. ir ha ix nnlii offer a bill to re .i, !! Tint I insisted he should, in these time of extravagance and great public v.iV,or, pt an examine m nwuuuii. aac comendeJ that he had voted against the law, tK.i sltnuld he sufficient. But it seems to me. if the passage of the law was wrong, the accepting the extra $4000,00 is also wrong ; and that he who . was bold enoueh to vote for the bill is no more culpable than he who less bold in vot his full are of the snoils. f i t " . 1 tUnra hn rTtntrantinn of tlia financial elements of the Government, and milll...

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

" -n : rn 5V n rwn : r. n-;nrnnrn 73 1 w J Li La a ,' .-. Vol. 5v' NouvfiS. '.. V-7. URBAN A, OHi6,WEDfcgDAy,OCTOBER3;,1866. I; 'r :;Vho.le Number L31. .Clotting; , ALL THE RAGS ! , The Sensation of the Day ! Those Superb t Goods -AT- rSIXAK, FRICXBIAN CO, , North Weafc Side Ftibiio gcuar, ' We have received A Terr superior stock ol Goods, uch aa I ... !. OVERCOAT! JIGS, FRENCH. . . , ,,, . ENGLISH, ' i ' - SCOTCH, fe - ' ' - -' american royal b Lack and shaded fj.) BROAD CLOTHS. VESTIXGSf&C, Which exceeds in quantity ana" quality any before of fered Id the I'rbana Wurkwt, and to which we invite the ejeclalrUenuo of ntmen. We have a large atinortment of uste niuui of fcrwid cloths and cati- mere that are very btututifal. fl Cau and fee them. Aim), a treat many tw artcif of fashionable wear. in the way of Shirt. Cravate. Hut and Cap. Ac, )ur etocfe tn Juruisiiing (xoode wy b louna com plete. f RBADY-IIABB CMTM&, Maiinlactared by the best of workmen, and under our immediate ao...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 3 October 1866

improper. The vote vu: " all be rejected Altogeth er." American Archive. Tol. t. Page lltil. - "General Washinrten ordered all of hif officer to be careful not to eulist neroe, sor bora unable to r bear arm a, nor old men unfit to endure the fat Spues of thecampalgn.n American Archive, Vol. 4. Pafre 1. If niirrrMa vpn eitixens wonld thevhave beenexclnd- ed from the army, when anch able-bodied men a they were were needed T Was the war to alter their civil state to the government f The South Carolina Conere, Rtmlrtd, That the colonela of the several rertruents of militia throoch oat the colony, have leave to enroll each a nnmber of We-bodied slaves to be employed at pkmmrt and laborer, at the pnblie exigencies may require: and a v daily pay of eeven ahillinnand six pence be allowed their masters for the service of each slave while acttt " ally employed." American Archive, Vol. 4. PaireSt. 5 erroes were allowed to be hewrs of wood and drawers of water for the white man's benefit, bat t...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 3 October 1866

- - iid I' 06 11 III It. mm opEitATor: oiv the 4 t22S4?Ii.vS-L 5, CULBERTSON, Ocu ,. s. .1 vs. 3J, FOR. ALL DEFECTS OF SIGHT AMD HEARING.'-.' PERMANENT OFFICE AITD HE3IDENCE: .'. O EC IL& Q IXT 33 , 1M 23 WHEHE, HE MAY A LAVA VS .UK FOUND MONDAYS. OSce Gilbert Block, corner of Main anil Marion Sts. . " , Dr. CULBERTSON has been long ami favorably known in Indiana has been ;i resilient of Richmond five years, ami has iiindo thousand: of- permanent cures' of disciscd Ryes and Ears-in this St:;k. The sub-joined errtineates of cure-are- iii'this vicinity, ar"l of easy reference; and not stereotyped in the East and palmed offon tbe.pablie as genome. ;s vomer' itinermtt vn'jfabotids" Iip.vo had the ett'ronterv W ild' recently. D:t. Cbi.nrttTso lias thousands -of letters from patients expressing their gratitude and certificates of en res with notiees fVcVul journals'-and the- press, generally, of the highest character', 'in hi possession, which can be seen at his office by those in tcr...

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

OR . CULBERTSO AID EAR SUR RICHMOND, IND. GEOI OPHTHALMIC AND AURAL SURGERY U tlie highest order of Surgery requiring the greatest delicacy, precision and exactness of manipulations, thorough anatomical knowledge, an experienced touch, familiarity with delicate in truments and a natural adaptability to mechanical execution. These operations me a Usl of professional capacity, and men proposing to cure ull diseases without them, are Quacks and Char latans without exception. It is the custom in Europe, and one that should be followed every where, to make the Diseases of the Eye and Ear an entirely separate study a distinct branch of the medical profession. He who does not devote all his energies to the acquirement of a proper knowledge of these two im jtortant avenues of the mind with their diseases, and the innumerable and complicated changes to which they are subject can not expect to attain any remarkable proficiency in the treatment and management of them. The diseases most dangero...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 10 October 1866

. 1 m&&7 JST: UJ TO ID A AT A UNION. 1 uv . v-' n y .... "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STAT ES'-Last Words of Stephen A. Douglas. volume y. xo. 29. un33A.srs ohio, Wednesday, October io, l&ee. whole toiber 235. URBAN A UNION. jr. xv. houx, Office: Clinmpaien National Bank Building, (second and third doors,) V6tside North Maiu treet,nearthe Square. Teems: t'i 00 perannnm, invariably in ad vance. l,2oforSlx MonthB. . LAW 6F IEWSPAPERS: l.Sabscribercwhodo not giveeipreefuotice to theeontriry,areeon6idereU as wishing tocon tinuethctrsubseriptions to tbepaper. 2. If sub6cribcrBordtT t he lis-continuance of their periodicals, the publisher may continue to end them until all arrearages arc paid. 3. If subseribersneglcct or refuse to taketheir periodicalsfromtheolliceto which they weredi rectcd.thcy areheid responsible till they have ettledthe bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. Ifsubscribersremoveto othcrplaces with out inforuiinc; the...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 10 October 1866

55? ANA UNION. WBDIfliaDAY BVBNIWG-i Oct. 10, 1HGG, t til I c 5i,00 year, payable In advance. AUrcBB, "j.W.Hocx,Urbana,Obio. Tai Ct3S of Hearts- tbcUnionof Hands The Union ol Statcsnonecausever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flao or Olr Union Forevei ! THE ELECTION. There was an election held on Tues day, 9th October, at wli'ichmany Repub licans voted in fact too many for tbo Leallb of our Democratic Rooster. He declines to crow this morning. The Abolition cloud that passed over "the country yesterday has darkened tbe land and to-day there is every prospect of another flood. Whether it will rain 40 days aud 40 nights, and the waters cover the entire earth remains to be seen If they do we shall not be surprised, as the wickedness of this people seems un paralleled even by the antideluvians. A Dangerous Counterfeit and Notice to thePudlic. A counterfeit made of 100 dollars on the Central Xa tional Bank of New York, has been put in circulation and so well executed as to...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 10 October 1866

SANDUSKY & CINCINNATI RAILROAD. On and alter July 15, lstiU, Traius will pass llu(.ljrtana) station, as follows : . ooiso KOHTH. Mail 10.43, a. m S itjht Express 11.0b, p.m Way rei;.'bt 6,05, a. m l'urough Freisrht, Monday's Wednes day's and Friday's 11,35, p. m. GOIKO SOCTH. Kail 124rt, p.m. . 5 07, a. in. Morning Express Way Freight Thr,nirh Vrwo-ht Xfnnihiv'ft WednCS- 5,30, a. m. day'iand Friday's 9-J. P- m- L'uited State Exprecs Messi'mrer on all pas-i-ertrains. J AS. P. PI-NOAH, Agent. COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENTL RY. On and after Sept. 15, lst:. Trains on tins Bailway will pass Urbana Station as follow s : eorso west. Ni-lit Express . '.T,',' f m Accommodation Day Express Piqna Accommodation. M. L. Freight 1,45, P M 7.12, " 5,45, " Freight . 1.00, i. V. D. Freight s,oo, GOING EAST. . Nilit Erpress 3,12, A M Columbus Accommodation 8,05, '.' D.iv Express 11.1S, " Pittbui )i Accommodation !t,W, PM Frcirht .;, AM F?dght;;;;;;!;;;;!!!"!!""""i'" 2,00,' p m JAS. H. BROWN, Ag...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 10 October 1866

Several "What's." What is fashion T Dinner at mitl irrht, and headache in the morning. What is wit? That peculiar kind of talk that leads to pulled noses and LroKen heads. What is idleness? Working yellow mountains on subsoil, or a hlue-tailed io? in sky-colored convulsions. What is joy ? To count your money and find it overrun hundred dollars. What is conscience ? Something that guilty man feels every time it thunders. What is contempt ? To sit in the house and see other people stuck in the mud, or when you owe the editor nothing. Tea-Table Gossip. Here are a few rules from Punch for finding the shortest way to the female heart : First Class If she is married but not a mother Praise ber husband. If she is married, and also a mother Praise her children. Second. Class If she is unmarried, and engaged Praise her lover. If she is unmarried, but disengaged Pniit herself. The late Dr. Wilson, senior fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, though a very grave man himself, was fond of quizzing ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 17 October 1866

7mm "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words of Stephen A. Douglas. URBAKA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1866. WHOLE NUMBER 236. VOLUME Y. NO. 30. CJRBAXA UNION. Office: Cliarapaien National Bar.kBuilding, ( secondand tliirdtloore,) W6tsidetortliMam etrect.neartlie Square. Teems: $3 00 per annum, invariably in ad vance. 11,35 for Six Months. UW OF IEWSPAPEBS: 1. Subscribers who do not giveexpresFnotice to the contrary, .irceonsidereu as wiskingtocon tinuet heirsubscriptious to thcpaper. 3. If subsoribersorder tliediscontitni.mce of their periodica is, the publisher may continue to ten J I hem uutil all urreanures are paid. 3. If utcriberDeglcvt or refnee totakcthclr periodicals f ro mt he oiiice to which they were di rected, thev archcld responsible till they have settled the'liill and ordered theii.d'.scontimtcd. 4. Ifsu'oscriborereinoveto other places with out informim: the publisher, and the papers are sentto theCoriner direction, ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 17 October 1866

URBAN A UNION. WHDWB8DAT J-J VKIVINCi Orf. Jr, 1S6G, Tiimh: 5 ,00i year, payable In advancc Aldress, J.W.IIoux,Urbana,Ohio. TBt'Jwsf Hearts t lii-Union of Hands TUc Union ol States none can sever; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flag op Our Union Forever 1 r THE ELECTION. The Democratic supporters of Consti tutional Union must admit, for the hour, that the cause they swey by, is again de layed in its success. For the present they are outnumbered, but they neither disband nor disperse. They are resolute that these States as States shall be pre served and maintained in the integrity of their powers. They do not consent that the laws of property and person, and of private pursuit shall be under the sway of Congress. The Democracy of Ohio do not consent that the people of other States, shall change the laws of Ohio under the pretense of amending the Constitution of the Union, and they will adhere to the position they hold now. If they must finally yield to the combina tion...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
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