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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 26 December 1866

5 Ml A- -' , V? l'-. f" k j--, .1 af .... t L 1 - It ' ft . ti.irv .i n: SA4 UKUAX. TTA ION HOLIDAY NUMBEIi-CIIIU'STMAS, ISOO. V. Base-Ball. MiSTKR Union: I have been about lli a fMt;!itry during tlie past few days ol our National glory, paying nut spcuie-1 de.-patclies to the. country papers ; and leaving a record (.! i nil me at the hotels mid railway stations that will make An drew J olitisc'ii quake and I'enjamiii But ler blush when tiuy hear or it. At otic eross-rond, v hen tl.e keeper of the spa cious hotel (there was auy amount of vacant space in it) handed mii my bill 1 threatened to leave my entire Constitu tion with him lor payment, and at" another station I swore to have the hack man impeached if lie didut quit paying tne Lis distressed for a fifty cent stamp. But I digress, me boy, and must return to my subject Bate Ball, and see if I can't make game of it. When 1 returned to Urbana this wiuter, a sadder yet wiser youth, I bethought meself to " come rest in the bosom " o...

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 December 1866

OUR HIGHLY ORIGINAL STORY. OUR HIGHLY ORIGINAL STORY. Arabella Ague worm. A Romance of the Skating Season! of the "Joggles Correspondence" and Many Advertisements. ilMiuonu. Twaa twilight in summer. The Octo ber sun shone hazily oerthe broad hills, and the broad hills lay lazily on the face of the earth beneath then. There was no complaint from the earth not even a murmur; she bore it all with a meekness worthy of our present Moses. It was the eve of the Spring election ; the peo ple of the beautiful town of Urhana had just chosen their corporation officer for the ensuing year. The contest was a close one, but there wire no uneisines manifested on the part of the candidates for Marshal. Each quietly retired to bis couch before the hour or seven and their respective friends entirely aban doned the polls to their own fate and a half dozen sleepy judges and clerks. This abandonment seemed cruel, but tlie people had no hardness in their hearp ; there had been no harsh words between them...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 26 December 1866

Our Omnibus Budget. A murderer has been captured in Missouri by means of a fortune-teller. The health of lion. John Bell, of Tennessee, is said to be failing rapidly. Mb. Garwood, a shoemaker of Har eysburg, Ohio, has fulleu heir to 40,000. Ip the horse says oeifrh when you offer him oats, he dou't mean it. TnrRLow Weed has joined the Dem ocratic Manhattan Club in New York There are signs of prosperity in the South, for they begin to have their rail way disasters. Windows are kept free from ice by painting the glass with alcohol, with a brash or sponge. Columbus, Ohio, is supplied with fifty-six houses of ill-fame, and two huu dred whisky Bhops. What became of Lot, when his wife was turned into a pillarof salt? He took a frvth ono. The other day io Dubuque a grateful convalescent patient preseuted his physi cian with a $400 piauo. The crime of placing obstructions on railways has become so jomiuon in Ire land as almost to cause a panic. " Are you the mate ? " said a man to the Irish...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 26 December 1866

[From Harper's Weekly.] LITTLE PAT AND THE PARSON. Ei stands t the door nt th e hurrh peeping is, No trouhlesoine beadle it nt ar him ; The preacher if r.-iikiissr of sinner- ai:d (in. And lull" Pat tremble to hear him ; ipior liith fe'mtw. alone anti forlorn, Who nver knew parent or 'my itis head is uiixvered, Jacket i torn. And Lunger ha- w iihered hit, beaury. The white head, d eentleman sruHn the box Seems erowintf more jmrv 'tu-h niihUte; 3 doubles hit li( ami lite ce-hion he knocks, . A i! tuiKi-11 to know what i in it. B- senilis ill the eople who sit in the pews pat take- t:n-ni lor kU:i: a'1- ltrii.cerscs : (With Ms Hitle lute feet. Iieiii ii,lit ill their shoes; lu bib rai;s, he fetis proud of their dresses ! ) The pp.ron exhort t them to tli nk'of their need. To Hint Ton, lit' worlil't dl- p:.t ion The inik' (I t el,, tin . and Hie hlil Try to feed l'at 1 it-tent niiti "trot g appi -that tun ! Arid whew the oid rierrmiin valks down the aitle, l'at runs rp t.t meet ni'in r...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 26 December 1866

HAIL COLUMBIA! Not in the list of rifts rorthe Monument Girt Enterprise. Thin Match was duly stamped according to law. Drain by a newly-married mftn. Tnfe Stocking. We think the title ef our Pictorial appropriate, because it (the paper) is filled with 'good things' for Christmas and other days. . We hope that no person will be cruel 'cnuff' to " Darn it." It contains many truths a a business directory, and we ask for it a thorough reading. Single copies for sale 10 cents a ':0py' ... Advice to Pleasckis Si'ekkh?. We do not !el competent to give advice in all matters public and private, b-it we can advise parties in want of a nice turnout (or a pleasure or business diive to hire of Evans, wlio 1ms good hnrrgies and last hordes, and whose terms are l.iw. He has aL'aiii t;ilen the stable la the rsr of the Exchange Hotel, and asks a share of the custom niveti livery establishments. Improvement. The Tearce building is quite an improvement to the appearance ol tne Square, and Messrs. S. W...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 26 December 1866

Great Race of Fast Stock. The 3Xan "in The Wagon" wants to ee The Elephant!' TAKEN EXPRESSLY FOR OUR COLUMNS, FROM AN ORFHAN. Facts in Natural History. Al though one of the house of Hock, Col well, & Ellis has a heart of Stone and another ia as firm as a Rock, they are not selfish men, but n the contrary believe in the golden rule and practice it in selling dry goods. The golden rule is a something mighty handy to have in the house, if jou expect to go where the rich man didn't go. Great bargains in dress goods at Hock, Col well, & Ellis's; and' the ladies are tak ing advantage of the inducements offer- .4ed, and buying largely, KAUPHY. The Holiday week is now at hand and we advise all to go to Brand, at the Cundiff block grocery stand, where his display of goods is grand, and see whether you can withstand the low prices he does command. If you ean then we understand you to deserve a reprimand 1 Go to Brand ! Go to Brand. ON THE WATCH Why, the chain is. " I wish you a Merry ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 March 1867

Mmw- mm. Cwkg tq the .crowded 'itste"; of csr Ccl2i, e fee Sr. Cone's AdvertiseEieiit in l Extra. TaTE Coi Eclectic, 'Analytii'and Fibrile Piseasea, Indigestion, Neuralgia, Letting, Emetics, Purgatives, Mmjcmy,'' Dyptheria, et&J'ete. " 1 ' ' ' If. B. Dr. Cone treats all Tsrletiea ' In isiw LixrGTp5, at the Colbora House, on Saturdays and Sundays, Feb. 24 and 25;March Sl.and April' 1; Hay 5 and 6 ; June 23 and 24; July 28 and 59; Eept I and 2 ; Oct 6 and 7. . ,. r In Lancaster, a the Tallmage nonce on Mondays after the Exp resa traia ar rival ; going West -aotil it goes West a Tuesdays, May 7 ; June 25 ; July SO; September 3? Oct 8. " ;.: In Washington, at the KTri; House, on Tuesdays, after the express" train ar rives going 'West, nntit the train gos West on Wednesdays, Maj 8j June ,25 ; July 'SI'; Sept' 4 :0ct' 9"'r : . '.' 'r J: In IZaliski, at the,. Liodeley Eonee, on Thursdays all day and until thft.Mail train goes East on Fridays, March I and 2 ; April 5 and 6 ; May io and ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 March 1867

NEURALGIA. The care of neoralgts, and all forms of rheumatism. isasnecialtyof Dr.Cone's, and in-all cases of rheumatism, .where thereisnot concretions and chalky de- ,posiU ia the joints, with .contraction, . of the tendons, 1 ettect perfect cures, mere . - npr.n. on mv nrpspnt nraetice r-- r t -that will bear cheertuL testimony ta. tnis L , fact... And in all my practice I have seen, but flfree' or. four cases of neuralgia, or ' neuralgic rheumatism, that I have treat ed as I desired to,' that I have not cured, and I can safely say that I have cured many thousands of such cases.' There is , a form of disease, that is neuralgia at its inception, that results in partial softening of the spinal marrow and nerves; that ' results in the loss of the use of the ex tremities; in which the muscles are flabby and incapable of being used.' ". I lave cured many such cases, both in the upper and lower limbs, and all persons in" this 'condition would do: well-'to consult me. Many persons who had...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 March 1867

YIP A T T A TTMfOW t 5 TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last TVosds or Stephex a. Douglas. VOLUME VI. IVO. 1. TmBAJSTA., OHIO, WEDNESDAY, MAECH 27, 1867 WHOLE KUMBER"-25& tlKBANA UNION. 'if. w. il oux, x ii o i"n. )rriCE: Champaign National Bitk Buiidinp, ( second and third Horn,) WcstsideXortLMain atrtfct.u,earthe Square.. Tebms: ti 00 per annum, invariably in ad vance. l,25for3ix Months. XkW IF lEWSPAFERSt ,l,3abcrIueriwL.olo not irivccxpresfaotice i v&e contrary. are -ionsiUercu as a-iali in g t occu lta aoiheir 4aocriplions to thepaper. . If i jbsoriljcrt rder thc.liscotitinuance of theirperiodicals, the publisher may continue to aand t hem nnfilail irroarnrrcs are paid. J.' TrsiiburriberF neiriet t or refuse totakctbeir periodical ft-ST the OiUeeto wbictthty wircdt reeted.tluv areheid" responsible tili thoyhave settled th'; bill and ordered th'-ti) .tisconliuued. 4: f fiabssrlber? remove to other places with out informuiethu ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 March 1867

URBANA UNION. JTarci 27, 1867. raws: JJ.OOiyeir, payable Id advance. Aldreit, J.W.Hocx,Crbn,Ohio. TltTlOof Fleiris theL'nlonof Hand. ThcUnloDof SttnnonecnteTer; TU Colon of Lake. the Union of Lwdi Aaii he Fis of Ocb Ukiox ForeT rt TV tiftUt f the Union with Union of tht $t1t.." CEIOCRATIC STATE TICKET, Tot GoTmor, ALLEN G. THU RITAS, of Franklin. Llentanant Gowror. DANIEL S. UHL of Holm... Traaanrer of Rtata, C. FULTON, f Crawford. Asdltor of Stat. IOHN McELWKB, of Bntlar. Attorney General , TRANK H. HCRD, of Knox. Fnpreme Jadga. THOMAS M. KBT, of Hamilton. Comptroller of tb Tretrery, WILLIAM SHERIDAN, f William.. Jtber Board Public Worka, ARTHUR HUGHE3, . of Cn yahoe. Not Governor of Ohio but the Republican Candidate. GaHTLBMl of pith io Repablicaniim are bcitg named all orer Ohio and else where a candidatei for the office of Gov ernor of Ohio " subject to the nomina ting eonention." The party will no doubt endeavor to select a Dodgy man, with an oracnlarvoice and double tongue. Th...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 March 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. A Firi tft Warren, week before last, Jastrojed Eve buildinga. 'Thi looking-g'ass mates fools of iro sin the vine-glass of men. Tee mora ire do, the more vecan do; the busier we are the more leisure we Lave. The Ghost cf my Husband is the title ef a new novel bj William Gilmore Simms. 1 . . General John C. Fremont is about to open a banking boose In Wall Street, New York. A Ladt advertises in a Glasgow psper that she wants a gentleman "for .'break fast aad tea," . "The Dip." is a new and fashionable dance a yexy alow tedown, but favorite with fast people. Yankee Doodle is an old Spanish air. Some Yankee stole it and fostered it up ob us aa original. - Mohe bridal parties are seeking re pose at the New York hotels now than at any time for two years past. Eyebt man has a leprous spot in his natare which the avenging deities thrust Continually before Lis eyes. Sidney Howard Gray, late managing editor of the New York Tribune, is wri ting a life of Horace Greeley. ' - ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 27 March 1867

CINCINNATI) DAYTON t EASTERN R.Ri Change of time Manh lifA, lb67. Two Dailt Tbaiks Each "War paca Urban, (Snndiva Ecpted.) Pass'iko iduTfc 5.08 a. m., and 5.08 p. m., con hecU at Danon, for Cincinnati direct. Passim S'oeth 12.30 p. m., and 8.01 p. m., eonnecU Eaatand West at Bellefontaine, For rtt nd Clrde; the 8.01 train tonne direct con ncaonatCljdefortbeEatahd Wert. RUSH R. 8LOAX, Pre L - J.: IL "POTTER, Snpt. J. P. PINDAR, Agent, Urban: C0LUM3US L. INDIANAPOLIS CENTLRY. On and after March 25. 1367, Trains On Ihta Railway will pais Urban. Station a followi : . ooiae WEST. . ' Night Expres. -'Mm Accommodation '.'ft Dy Expreaa VSr Accommodation PlqnA flOIHQ EAST. JTlfhtEtpres. i'$A.M Colambua Accommodation ?; M 1t Eiprtae ,;" v PitUbure Accommodation w.ua. r ' J A3. H. BROWN, Agent. "ATLANTIC ti GREAT WESTERN RY. Chanire of time on the A. A Q. W.R:R., taking Sect on ot. tne ivtu, iow. r GO' WEST. 3.47, P. M. , Srprets Mall Jii;bt Erpreaa. -Way FreiKbt Crcat.Western Dcepatch . . 8.3...

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 April 1867

I RBANJ mim fit- IT WWW "TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Lam Vom o? Stephm A. DocaLAi. VOLUME VI. NO. 2. UriBAJwV, OIIIO, WEDNESDAY, APEIL 3, 1867. ' XUMBER 260. tTRBANA UNION. Of riCB: Champaign National Bask Building, (second and Ihlrd floori,) WestsideN'ortbMain atraet.naarthe Square. Tiiki: 12 00 per annum, invariably in ad tbc. l,25forSix Months. UW IF IEWSFAPEBS: !fl5scriberewljodonot liivc-xprcat notice l Ihe coo, trarj.aTCCousidcrcU as wishing tocon tlauetheirsutiacriptious to thepapcr. . If subscribertordcr the liscontinuancc of Ikeir periodicals, the publisher may continu to and ttcm until all irruarwjes arc paid. S. Ifsubscrifoersiicplect or refuse totakct heir pariodicalsfronitbeotliccto whicbthey weredi r.tted.thev arelield responsible till ibcyhave sauiedthe'bill aud ordered them liscuntinued. 4. Ifiubscribcrereinovcto othcrplaces with itlnformlnpthc publisher, andtlie papersare u t to theformer direction, they are held re ...

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 April 1867

taw. - Thit ii bat a parallel e to lho jou cn find in nj eitj or tillage. 0r oremiiitioa take tie little tndre partabU, and compels societj, not onlj ti do tham jojtice, tat to bonor ted re pact tham a children of departed pa triota, who fell in Ucfccct of ear free sn tituticaf. Tfcia, aj t'tzit. It tba principle cf tha orjracigi'.isn to which you bare ' WehH jouraelf. and majGod, i'ae grt Commander of all, guard and protect tuia order and a'.l ita cesberi, and aid m in His infinite wisdoa ; tjsy Ha ever aaiat tbe Cocsasander of this Post to to command ai will ba to the interest of tbia nation, which bat cursed and pro- lec.ej ua ::n ice care and iocJncss c tht mot'ner for her cfcild. Maj He gcide aa cirt:t tee LoEffiscderi cf the d:ff- reel listriata and departments cf tha United Statea as that therwiil tvar bare a va-a;cj:! ta the good cf mankind, ad far the ererlasting preservation cf aaakiad, aad fcr tht avarlakiing cf tur i,eb!e isftitctiCD. ( The P. C. will tlica proceed witi ...

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 April 1867

g"alr3is. . . CINCINNATI. DAYTON EASTERN R.R. Change of tune Hank l.JA, listiT. Tw DattT TaaiN Each Way pas Urban, (dundaTS Eacepted.) P-amim Soktsi 5.08 a. m., nd 3.08 p. m., con ,KU t Davtna. for Cincinnati direct. p..iq South 12 30 p.m., and 8 01 p. m.. connects Eaat and Went at BeUefontaiDe, For feit and CKrfc; tbe 8.01 train make direct con nection at Cljde lor the lm ana est. KL'stt B. 3 LOAN, Pres't. J. U. POTTER. Sup't. J. . FINDAE, Agent, Urban,. CCtUKBUS k INDIANAPOLIS CENTX BY, sU. On and after March 23. 18rV7, Train on thU Railway will paa Urban Station a follow: SOUO WIST. Might Eipress' . A ccitm miidatiun Day Kipresa Aoeommodation . 2.05, . 7.12, A M . 1.S5, PJI , GOI3C CAST. SlptatEipre Columbus Accommodation... Dr Kxure . 2,?. A M . 8.30, " . 9 ,!7, " .10.03. P M Accommodation JA9. II. BROWS, Agent. ATLANTJC RY. 1 GREAT WESTERN mm Chaoire of time on t he A. A G. W. Ri & , taking fleet on Sot. Ue liftb, 1806. .... t trfZ- MaLX (iotwfi WEST. P. M. Brprsm Mall JCig...

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 April 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. Bt tfca tew Revenue tas law, receipts f toll rcadi are freo from taxation. Mas. Bloomee, who gare ter name to short petts and pacts, now wears the long ekirts lite the rest of the angels. TnrsE is a boy in Beverly, Ohio, who rejoices in the soubriquet of Adam Butler Biilmer Casler Julius Quiglj Alonio Lashley. Tnx Falls cf Niagara, on the Ameri can side, have pone back about 150 feet within two vreeks, inconsequence of the fall of hege masses of ice. Louisiana has shipped to Europe an legant cottage house, hich is to Le the reading room io Paris for the use of all Louisianians arriving during the ex position. Mas. Swisshelm announces that af ter suffrage is given to women her sex will not work for half-pay, and that Tice will not furnish women the most profitable employment. Is the language of the Governor's proclamation, a Judge of Missouri was removed from office on conviction of "matters and tnines. A new crime, known only to Radicalism. Another swins around t...

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 April 1867

T" TELL THEM TO OBEY THE LAWS AND UPHOLD THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES." Last Words of Stephen A. Douglas. VOLUME VI. XO. UEBAXA, OHIO, WEDNESDAY, APEIL lO, 1867. WHOLE iTOIBER 2G1. RBANA UNION. V ....... Wg URBAXA TJXIOX w. i o u :x. , j ii o r-'ii . OrriCE: Champaign N iional B ir.k Bu'lding, ( second mid third riomx,) Wet t -side North Maiu street.neartlio S.jnnre. Terx: - 00 per annum, invariably in ad vance. tl,-oforSix Months. LAW OF IEWSPAPE3S: 1 uhncrihfcri- wlKi do not j-ivcjx'.re Fnoticc lo the contrary, an- viusidercu as wi.-hinj;t oeou-! fciucthiiir.suiscripti"iit-to thepapcr. . If subscribers order t he discontinuance of their periodica Is. t lie publisher may continue to end them nntil all arrearages are paid. S. If su'-scrihers neglect r refuse to take their periodicals from t iieojliceto which! hey wre di rected, they areheld respon-ible till iheyhave isttledthe bill andordercd themdiseontinued. 4. IOubsoribersrctnovcto othcridaccs with on t in To rniin the p...

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 April 1867

URBAN A UNION. April 10, 1S67. t ih : 2,00a ycr, payable in advance. Atdretg, J.W.IIorx, Urbana, Ohio. TneUxiow of Hearts thtUnSoa of Hands The Union of SUtee none can sover; The Union ofLakea the Union of Land a And the Flag or OcbTJsios Forever! Ths States ef the Union with Union of the States." DEiocRinnmE ticket. Tor Governor, ALLEN G. TUL'RifAN, of Franklin. Tr!ntennE;l Ouremor. DANIEL S. UUL, of Holmes. Treasurer ff Stats, C. FL'LTOX, of Crawford. Aniiitor of State. JOHN McELWEB, af Butler. Attorney General. THANK II. HURD, of Enox. Snpremo JuAfiv, THOMAS M. KEY, of Hamilton. Comptroller of the Treur. WILLIAM SHERIDAN, of VilHams. Memher Ttnard Public Corks, " ARTHUR- HUGHES, of Cuyahoga. THE AMENDMENT PROPOSED TO THE CONSTITUTION OF OHIO. We hero copy from the Cincinnati Commercial the amendment proposed by th General Assembly, which is intend ed to give to all colored persons the right to rote in Ohio. This is the first publi cation of the amendment made in Cham paign deputy...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
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Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Urbana union. — 10 April 1867

CINCINNATI, DAYTON V EASJjjjg; R- fhatiot of tin-' Xnrdt V,:!i, lu. Two Dailt TkaIns El-" Way iass Uri ar.a, fSunclavs Excepted.) . ,-. I'assino si tu o.os a. m., and 5.0-. p. m., con BccU at Davton. for Cincinnati direct. Passing Koi-.tii l'-i 30 P- -. "'"1 -cl V connects Eat and West at Bvll.-fontainv, For rest and Clvde; the S.01 train n.aki s duvet con nection at Clyde t jr the East and West. RUSH R. SLOAN", Fres't. J. IL POTTER, Snp't. J. P. PIN'DAlt, Agent, Urbana, C0LUM3US Sl INDIANAPOLIS CENT'L RY. On and after March 25, Trains on Hi I; Railway will puss Urbana Station as follow s: GOINu WEST. 5,'ipht Express Accommodation Day Express fiqua Accommodation OOISG EAST. Kizlit Express Coluinhus Accommodation t)av Express, 2,K, A M 7,1 2." A Si PM ; 2.30, A M .., " !' 57 " M.t. V M Pittsburg Accoui:iiod:;tion JAS. II. lillOWN, A-eat ATLANTIC & GREAT WESTERN IS Chineof time on the A. oi G. V.lt:K.;takiUj ffect on Not. the l'.n'i, lsoti. coin; WF.ST. Bcprss Mart.. .7. p.m. Nigh...

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 April 1867

Our Omnibus Budget. Tn von like codfish balls. Mr. i isr- cins ?' Mr. AVipdnjrs, hesitatingly ' I ! r- ., . . , c',,.r ' TJ .. - J really don t know .Miss ; I doll t recollect CTCr bavin"' attended one." j ' Tv EAK doses of washboard are now recommended to ladies who complain of dyspepsia. 1 ouns men same way may he cured by a strong prc yaration of woodsaw. The bill providing for the payment of claims of Qhio and Indiana, for the ecraipment. subsistence, ic. of Militia ;n t, M,,, '"-f.J, T t. -j " , received the Presidents Signature last j Bight. . . . ..of 11 ART, Who Whipped a lour-year-old , bo to death, near Warsaw. Indiana. ! .k' . ,t,' rA nJ ..ct ' ujuui.u ov, ed jesterday, at Independence, near Mt. Vernon, Ohio. lie was taken back to Warsaw. Tni St. Louis papers report that a sol dier at Jefferson Barracks, was beaten and kicked to death by Captain Maxwell, of the Third Infantry. The soldier had been annoying a raw recruit, who oom plained to the Captain about it. APARTT of ...

Publication Title: Urbana Union
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