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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 17 October 1866

Sandusky & Cincinnati railroad -: n Da aud alter July 15, 18f0, Trains will pass inis(.LruauaJ station, as lollows : UOIMI NOKTU. Mail Ui.43, a. Nicrht Express 11.03, p. Way i'reiirht 6,05, a. Through Freight, Monday's Wednes day and Friday's H,35 p. OINO SOCTH. Itait 12.40, p.m. Morninar Express 5.07, a-m. Way Freight 5,30, a. ni. Through- Freight, Monday's Wednes day's and Friday's 9.SO p. m. . United States .Express Messenger on all pass eigertrains. JAS. P. PIN DAK, Agent. COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENT LRY. n h rtpr Sent 15. lM'fi. Trains on this Railway will pass Urban Station as follows : OOISO WEST. Night Express Accommodation Day Express . Piu.ua Accommodation M. L. Freight Freight G. W. D. Freight GOING EAST. Kieht Express rtoiiimbus Accommodation... 1,25, AM 9,20, A M . ... 1,45, P M 7,12, " 6,45, " 1,00, 9,00, " 8,12,' AM b,lo, Day Express, li.is, Pittbnre Accommodation H,4S, PM Freight A M Freight 7.25, " Freight 2,-0, P M JAS. II. BROWN, Agent. ATLANTIC GREAT 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. — 17 October 1866

AULD LANG SYNE. Should au'.J acquaintance be forgot, And never brought to mind? ShaiilJ auld acquainlanc be forgot, And days ot Auld Lang Syne 1 Cohrus : For Auld Lang Syne my dear; For Auld Lang Syne ; VWIi take a cup of kindness jot For Auld Land Syne. An' surely ye'll be your pint of Btowp, An' surely I '11 be mine ; An" well take a riht good willy wacht, For AuM Lang Syne. Chorus : For Auld Lang Syne. An' here's a hand my trusty friend, hand nf thine : An we'll toom the stoip to friendships growth. And days of Auld Lang Syne, Chorus: For Auld Lang Syne, &c. Where "the First Fighting of the conflict Just Ended" Began. The " associated press ' report of the Erst day's doings in the " loyal Soldiers" Conven tion at Pittsburgh, furnishes the following: " Major Wilson, of Illinois, said he observ ed the delegates Irom Virginia and Kansas sitting side by side in the Convention, and said it would be remembered that the first fighting of the conflict just ended, occurred between 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. — 24 October 1866

.- iK-, : r. V 7-- "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES.' -Last Words of Stephen A. Douglas. UNION. VOLUME V. NO. 31. TOBAXA, OHIO, AVEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 34, 1866, WHOLE NUMBER 237-. ijRBANATJNION x.o r'H.. Opfice: Champaign Kaflonal Bank Bunding, ( second and third noore,; " ...-..;.-.---. . street, nearthe Square. Term - 00 l,er annuiii, invariably in ad vance. 1,25 forSix . Months. L1W OF lEWSPAPtOSs ' 1.3ub8cribert hodo not giveexprcsnioticc heir.-sabseriptlons to the paper. 2. If subscribersordcr the li-cont.nurcnee ot their ? jriodioile.the publisher may cotmuoc to aendtnera uutil all Arrearages are paid. . 3 IfuhBcribersneglcct or refuse totakethcir areheld responsible till thcyhave .ettled the bill and ordered them liscontiiiued. 4 If.iibscribcrsrcmovetootbei -placet witn oat informing the publisher, -1 the pap-erf arc ent tn rheformcr direction, they are iielti rt- P5 nTbeeC9tirtf have decided that refusing to take periodicals from 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. — 24 October 1866

URBAwV UNION. Oct. 21, 1S60, 'sin: - ji.OO i yu.ir, payable In advance. Aldrese, J.W.IIoL'X,Urboua,Ohio. Ths 'Jsxos oft iarta thcUnlon of Hands The Union ol States nonecanscver; Tbe Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flag or Our Union Forever! The Revolutionists Ldow each other well and their watchwords pass with lightning speed all over the land. The leaders have their gang papers sent forth from every chief city and ly noon of the eame day, the party followers take up the morning cry and pass it round. At present the plan is to spread the DOtion that the President is getting up a war. When a scoundrel meditates a great wroDg in public affairs and means to carry it into action, he begins by charg ing tbe bad intent on his adversary. So is it now, wilh tbe party that steadily plots to overthrow theStatesand to throw all power all executive powereven, into the hands of a corrupt Congress. The head clerk of the Senate the unscrupu lous Forney with his Ftessio Philade'- phia and...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 24 October 1866

Mnicu gircrtery. SANDUSKY t CINCINNATI RMLROAD. On and after July 15, lid. i'raiu'aw HI pass .(lis vUrIt.Mta) station, t'ullo-AS : a LSti SOUTH. M,v:l JO. 42. ft m. N' jUt Ereis" 11 P- War -rcu'ht ti,Oi,K-UL 1'utW.rli Freight. Monday's Wedne- day's aud Friday- . U-- P-m- UOISu bonn. Wail , 12. p.m. Moral!. Egress t' ,' Wav Fre-klit 5-,i0' rhrmiiiH Frcislit. Monday' cdnos- lay's and Friday's 9 m : failed Stat.au Egress M'i'"f" ''" f ' e Uertraiu6. -A3. P. PINOAB, ASi-ul. C0LUM3US 4 INDIANAPOLIS CENTLRY. ( aud after Sc, t. 15. Train on th . Railway will pass Urbaua Station as follows . GOINO WEST. Xi'ht Express Accommodation Dav Kxpress . Pi'jua Accommodation M. L. Freight Freight G. V. D. Freight OOIKG EAST. 1.25, A M 9,-0, A M 1.4), PM 7.1:2, " 5,5, " l.W), a.oo, " Niiht Evpre Columbus Accommodation Dav Express Pitfsbun: Accoinniodation. Freight ' Frc'urut . 3.12, A M . ti,05, " .n.is, . .-, P M , ,50, A M Freight 2,W, P M J AS. H. BROWN, Agent. ATLANTIC CREAT WESTERN RY. rhun.n of ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 24 October 1866

Popping the Question. Mk. Smithso!! (an improvement on tne cel ebrated Haine of Smith) wi.-hing to take Miss JJrownly (another imrtruvetnenl) to the opera. Ha bad been on term of intimacy with the family for about five years, but 'never fipoke of love oa the contrary, he had frequently declared bis intention of leading a bachelor s life. One morning he put his hand to the bell handle and was admitted. Oh, James, exclaimed Miss June, where We you kept yourscll so Jong ? Tbii took Smithson a little aback, for he liad spent the preceding evening with the family. Before he could answer, however, Jane's brothers and sisters ( eight or ten in number) had gathered about him. Summon in" all his courage, he said 'i have come to ask you Nat here James not now oh ! That is, stammered Saiithson, if you're not engaged Oh I oh I water rwick. What's that ? inquired her father, who says 6he'8 engaged ? I did 'at mean said Smithson in confus ion. Of course not, continued Mr. Brownly you've always be...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 31 October 1866

i i 4 TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words of Stephen A. 1)ot:glas. TjTRJ3:NiV, OHIO, AVEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1866. VOLUME V. XO. 32. WHOLE XU3IBER 231 URBANA URBANA UNION. 5r. Dir. houx, prop'h. OFric: Champaign National Bar.kBailding, second and third floors,) WestsideNorthMaiu atrcet, near the Square. Terms: ti 00 per annum, Invariably in ad vance. $1,20 1'orSix Months. UV OF IEWSPAPERS: 1. Subscribers who do not giveexprcstiiotice ti the contriT-,are considered as wishing tocon tiuue their subscriptions to the paper. 2. If subscribers order the discontinuance ol their periodicals, the publisher may continue to end them until all arrearages are paid. 3. If subscribersncglector refuse totaketheir (periodicals from the otllccto which they were di rected, they aroheld responsible till theyhave ettledthc"bill and ordered them discontinued. 4. Ifiubscribers remove to otherplaces with out Informing the publisher, and the papersnrc ent...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 31 October 1866

Oct. .11, 1SGG, T.s ins: - ji.UO.i yu.iT, payable in aivancc. Alivott, J.W.IIoix.Lrbajia.Uliio. TukUsio" of 'Icarta thtUnlonof Hands Tke Union ol StatcMionccanscvcr; The Union of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flag ot Otb Union Forcvcit The Constitutional Amendments. Because the Republican Party gained a majority in the late elections it is claimed that the Constitutional Amend ments havo been ratiSed by the voters This is a sheer mistake. The voters would have 'voted Just as they did, if their candidates had all expressed a dis sent from the proposal to amend. They were only voting to preserve party power, Persons who seek to adopt these amend- meats oaly think of the Southern State and of imposing conditions on them. They do not stop to think thatif adopted, all States must be subject to them! ond they do not stop to think whether they re willing to give up their own legisla tive power on personal rights and give it to a Congress gathered in one place, where money sways it, and ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 31 October 1866

Sttbaua ftuiou giwtorg. hiltos. INfciNNATI, DAYTON EASTERN ft. R Oil and after M. 3S, 1-iilli, Trains will pats tills (.Urbiua) station, as follows : GOING SOKTn. Mail '. 10. 4), ft.m. Sitht Express 10.13, p.m. Way j'reUrht ti,20, a. 111. Through freight, Monday's Wciftfes ilay'a amd Friday's ... v ..... . 11,33, p. m. going south; Kail 4.D. p.m. Moniinir Express 5 1:t '" Way Freight i a- m- Thronirh Freight, Monday's Wedues- dT s and Friday e " r- "' United States Express Mefsenirer nn nil pass- . . .-. r nlviH I) A .....it Ifier trains. jo. r. ruw. "s1-"" COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENT'L RY. 1 On and after Sept. 15, lMiti, Trains on this Suilwwy will pass Urban s-ti.tiou ae tollows: GOING WEST. Night Express Accommodation Day Express Piqua AecoiDUiodation M. L. Freight. Freight i. V. D- Freight , GOING EAST. Nipht Express ... Columbus .Accoimnodiitiun. . . Dhy Express, I'ittshurg Accommodation . . Frciirht .FrcL'ht.... ,25, A M St,, A M 1,4;, V M 7,12, " 5,, 1. W. " t',00, A 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. — 31 October 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. Molasses U being uudc out of vtalcr nmlous in Virgiuia. A. soldi ?.R, in Mui-uc, Las hsl leg amputated five times. The publication of tlio Cinciunati Daily Union lius been suspended. It is estimated that Minnesota will this year produce 10,000,000 bushels of wheat. The London Standard places General Lee "at the head of living heroes in all that makes a life noble." Somebody wisely says: Never con demn a friend unheard, or without let ting him tnow bis accuser or bis crime. "Articles of dress made or trimmed by milliners or dress-makers for the wear of women or children," are now ex empt from duty. The Canadians have had another flut ter about a rumored raid on Fort Erie. Their gunboats are vigilantly patrolling the Niagara lliver. Two brothers, named Walsh, perished on the Evening Star, antanother brother in New York tried to drown himself on hearing the news. Cornelius riscoll, at a dance in Chicago a Cfluple of nights ago, stabbed his wife with a bayonet, from ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 7 November 1866

S ''rt, TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND OPHGLD THE CONSTITUTION" OF THE UNITED STATES.'-Last Wohds op Stephen a! "douolas. .TOLUME Y. A O. 33. TjRBSTiA., OHIO, "WEDNESDAY, 2STOVEMBEB 7, 1866. WHOLE NUMBER 239; (JRBAJSTA UNION. OrriCK: Champaign SationalBaTikBnildiDg, t econd and third tloora,) Ws tslde North JUia etreet,noarthe Sjj-aara. . ' : Tir-43 00 per annum, Invariably In ad Vance. l,25forSix Months. l.Bbacrlberewhodo not giveexpreesuotlce Viheontrry.reoonsideredft withingtocon- tiuuHbairau)$criptions.to thepaper. ,B.-if bacribrorder tbediecontimiasceof tbelr periodicals, the publisher ma; continue to ten a i nam nam ti i arrearages are paid. 3. If snoscribej-eeegleet or refuse totakethel traHodlealsfromtheodlceto which they were dl- tected.they arehe'd responsible till theyhave aettiedtne Dili and ordered themaiBconunuea i. Ifsabscribereremoveto otberplacea with out Informing the publisher, and the papers are nt to therormer direction, tucy are nera re sponsible. ft. The Conrt...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 7 November 1866

TJRBASA UKION. VBIITaiaXAT UTZHTIHO Xov. 7, 18GG. 0 i tMi: i,i)0 x yeir, payable In adrnnce. Aliress, J.W.IIocx,Urbaua,Ouio. Tn U !ioi of hearts the Union of Hands TheUnion o! StatesuonccanseTer; Tl Union of Lakes the Union of Lands Andt he Flag or Oub Usios Forever! The Fenians-A Lesson. 'What's a Fenian ? Nobody knows, any more than this, that it is as excited Irishman, who has intense hatred of ."England, and stands ever ready to deal her a left handed blow. And jast now, h-is bent on freeing "his country from JTrigtish. rule, and wherever hq lives, he looks to Ireland as his coantrv and is Teady to snitain it with rms and money Thv is this? lie cnnot tell Ton. The feeling has come down to him from past generations and his wrongs are a tradi tion of bis fathers. .The undying scBse f -wrong is working ifs long reaction and so will it ever be, between nations and between people as distinct and sepa rate n'mfions. . rTke heed, Mr. Sham Loyal, what yon -o? Yow fiersnade yonrself fhat...

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

Mass su&isa girtrtcrtj. CINCINNATI, DAYTQN j- EAS TERN R. R. On and after Oct. 28, 1W6, Trains will pasi lals(,uroaaj station, as toiiows : ooisa NORTH. Mai! WA'l, a m NLgha EtproMr ...,.....-. 10.13, p.m. V ay frnitt .v . snivel &! . m. .Tbronrb. Freight. Monday ednee- tlay'b and Friday's . 11,S3, p.m. ' once sorrn. Moraine ExDron. .... ...i .... 5.)J, a. cj. Way Freight .. 5,30, a. w. f trough FrciirUt, Monday's Wisdues- - oy'6 and Friduy'6 9.30. p. m. TJnlt6d State Express Messenirer on all pass- Xht trains. JAtj. F. PISDAR, Agent. COLUMBUS t IN WANAPOUS CENT'LRY. On and after Sept- 13, 1S06, Trains o this Jfcailway will pass Urban Station as follows l . , GOmOWST. v Ajcomraodation fj DavTEsprow . Vta' f :tu ArconitnotUlion ; !... freight i0''--" Freight: -7 S . Ou.W. B. Freight.. .ou. " , OOISO EAST. S . - XTtrbt Express ;. .';'' M Coiambus Accommodation.......-.. 8,05, &7 Express ,'.ll,lo, " - IWsburK Accommodation. .8, PM Fiwiehfe... ...... t 9,50, AM 'freight: 7,a...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 7 November 1866

The Object of the War. Tut, iTsy following the Wile of .Bull lUtYi.' Julv. MSG1. the foHowinsr. .resolu tion was rapd bv Cnri'iff". with onlj J4u uisc:unj volts : J.VjoiVirf, That this war is not waged u7ouri part in sny spirit of oppression, 9? fat any. purpose of conquest or sub jnrtftkln, or purpose of overturning or in VifiSrluj with the rights or established restitutions of those (Southern) States, Ut U defend and maintain the supremacy tribe Constitution, and preserve the Union with all the dignity, equality and '!, snveral State unimpaired, idTd! soon as these objects are attained t'ue wor ought to cease." . mi: Intinn irio ihfrniT!ifiii into - inis icL,iuw... -- ---- the ; House of Representatives by toe vqqerable John J. Crittenden, of Ken tucky, aud in the Senate by the now President Andrew Jounson, or Aennes see. It will be seen that he has been Willful to the cledire it contained. The Jaoi)kia3 vho then sustained it have been false. They, and not the President are tli e ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 14 November 1866

U1BAHA UNION. 6 :5k.;. - - TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES."-Last Words of Stephe a. Douglas. VOLUME V. K0. 34. UHBA.STl9 OHIO, WEDNESDAY, iSTOVEMBIilll 14, 1866. WHOLE NUMBER 210. CJRBANA UNION. Officii Champaign National Bar.kBnilding, ( second and third floors,) esisiaciNort tiMam street, neartne square. Terms: 12 00 per annum, invariably Id ' ranee. $ l,25forSix Mouths. UW SF lEWSPAFEIS: 1 .SobscriberMrhodo not glveezprcssuoUce o tat contrary ,arccoasider:d a wUhlfigtocon tlnnc their subscriptions to the paper. 8. If subscriberborder thediscontinoance their periodicals, the publisher may continue end them until all arrearages are caid. S. Ifsubseribersneclector refuse tctakethelr perlodicalsfrointheotliceto whlchthey wercdi rected.tncy are held responsible till thrynav ettledthc bill and ordered themdiscontinued 4. Ifrabscribers remove to othcrplaces with wit Informing the publisher, and the papcrsare enttotbeformcr direction, tbey are...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 14 November 1866

URBANA UNION, "W3 13 ATT 33 TBWJWG 3 of. 1, 1866. Ciuv. -jj,00 i year, payable ia advnncc. AUreise, J.W.H ocX,Urbao,Ohio. The 'Jvios of ilaarts thcCnion of Hands . , ,T!iei;Tupv State monoeanf evej; ' The tfuion of Lakes the Union of Lands And the Flaq or Ota Unios Forcvcrl The Democratic Party. 1 tl:. ..- ' ' traced mat entire Dojy ot men wuo unite , ,rn supporting tlie Constitution, maintain ing the tawp, maintaining the States, and : oisirntaining the citizens is all theirrights ... Xliey. we: pursuing these great ends by - th lawful means of the Constitution, by .their unitpd votes and hv their rCBolute . And determined union. Let it be under ' ' tood now" and for the future, that they -,,,-qioU not,, tuey swerve not, ana tuey re- " lo jrut in thAtp pttnrts. ' I hPT arfl nntt ' 4 they Lave been for the Union of all - tlia Futes and the eaual richts of all the "States and nil the people. Above all they are for peace and the prosperity that ' the prevention of anarchy they have fo...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 14 November 1866

- CINCINNATI, DAYTON It EASTERN R. R. On 8nd after Oct. S, 106, Trains will pass thU (Urbaua) station, as follows : GOING KORTH. Mail 10.42, a. m. M i.'UI Express '.'.-. If .1 3, p. in. 'y 'reiirht 8,20, a. m. 'Urouirh Frt'krtit, Monday's Wednes day's and Friday's.... ...... 11,35, p.m. . GOING SOUTH. !feaii.:.: ..:..:....:. 4.8, p.m.. Morning Express... ; 5.13, a. m. Way Frei-ht;... ... 5,30, a. in. Throutra Freight, Monday's Wednes- . day s and Friday's...-. - 9-3?. P- m- United States Express Mcswrtrer on ail pass s lfer trains. JAS. P. PIXDAR, Agent. COLUMBUS & INDIANAPOLIS CENT'L RY. On and after Sept. 15, 1!GC, Trains on this hallway will pass t'rbana Station as follows : - - going WEST. Night Express AecoruiuodaUon ; ' 'Day Express 'piqua Aceoramodation U.L. Freight Freight -e. V. D. freight GOING IAST. ... 1.35, AM ... A M ... 1.4S, PM ... 7.12, " ... 6,4:, ... 1,, " ... ,00, " Xlirht Express ..... -O'luuibus Accommodation.. Day Express Pitulmrg Accommodation. ... Frciir...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 14 November 1866

[From the New Orleans Commercial.] [From the New Orleans Commercial.] AN AP."PEEL." . t CtM, nil ye mndeat maidens fair, A mlulinp I'll relate, , It httiiM-ned on Is rue Canal, l . .. In oden time yclept " etralrrht ; " A maiden flounced tnd furteloud. ' Of dainty mien Mid trend, tV moving, a la jmnncnadt, " . o mishap stic did dread. " Her tiltine hoopa of spiral priui Were "ireat in muddy place, But when abe frave them hoops a swlcg Oh ! young men, hide your facet ; X pater.t walkine street machine, " This pretty thin, I'll vow, tire, . Would sweep the street and turow the dirt Upon the passers' trousers I V ghe moved along, " a thing of life," Th. theme of admiration, v - Bow chiming ! " - Oh ! if twere my wife ! " - Cried men In perspinstion ; ' Thai tiny waist, that sylph like form, ' ' That pretty foot and hand, sir, - Took heart and head of all by storm, ! And crazed every man, sirs. ' Unt sad misfortune to relate, -"' '' T every one of feeling, ' ' That pretty foot wis place...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 21 November 1866

5 TEC i-W v UNION. aaJkK -i' tps- .... .. I ' 1 .." . 1 - - - A-' 5 ". r "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLt) THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STAT ES'Last Words of Stephen A. Douglas. VOLUME V. XO. 35. TJEBANA,' OHIO-, WEPDSTEPY, NOVEMBER' 21, 1866. WIIOLE NUMBER 241. (JRBANA UNION J . w. kovx, i xi. o rii. OrriCE: Champaign National BimkBuIlding, ( second Mid third doors,) Webtsi(JNorthMs.in street,near the Square. TEMS:--t2 00 per annuel, Invariably In ad Vance. fl,-5 for six Months. :' uw er lEwspfcrist: 1. Subscribers ho do not giveexprestnotice to tUepaper. 2. If aubscribersorder the discontinuance of their period! cnls, the publisher may continue to sendt hem untilull arrearages are paid. 3. Ifauiiscribersneglaetor refuse to taketbeir periodicals from, t hjeoliieeto which they werdi recteoV.they areheld responsible till they hare iettledtliB bill and ordered thenidiscontiuued.' 4. If-mbscriberpremove to other places with out informing tho publisher, and the papers are enttot...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 21 November 1866

U K.bAiN A U JN iO-Nj JTop. 21, I860. I'lEtvs: i,00 year, payable In advance. sUdresa, J.W.IIoox.Urbana.OWo. TBiUsiof Hearts theTJntonof Handi TheCnionol Stateisnonecanacver; The Uuion of Lakes the Union of Lands Andthe Flag of Oub Uniok Foreverl The Times and the Coming Pressure. The people have long expected that there would be a scarcity of money and , collapse in prices. They are beginning to feel that the time has come. Large dealers are beginning to complain that they cannot collect: these complaints quite conflict with the statements daily daily given oat in city prints that mast .have monev articles to amuse people. that the credit system was abolished and that all sales for two years past have been for cash. At no time in the history of this country has there been more credit of certain kinds: gambling stocks, jramblinz in provisions, and im portationsof foreign goods have all been V exceseive, and they have all been followed . by the necessary results of sudden ca for mone...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
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