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Urbana Union Directory.
Ownetol Weekly Je El-kklts Maarews A
ftrHt Areata VvuImIm MerefcaaU.
Flonr, perbbl.... $4.75 Oatu, per bueh.
Flour, extra" 6.00 Barley "
Wheat, pr bnsh .. 85 Clover seed....
Rve 40 Timothy" ....
liar, per ton 8.00 Flax "
Corn, per bufilicl, So
Cemetea Weekly ej . C Cmm,
Oi gr PrtfrftalM Pealer.
Beef, per pound,
Coffee, per lb
Molasses, K. O. 60
Potatoes, pr. bu. 85
Esrjrs, pr. aox. 8
Chickens, ' 1.30
SandlO Dried Applea.iptb,
SANDUSKY, DAYTON CiNCIN'Tl R. R.
On and after May 5, lt52, Trams will pas mis
(Vrbana) station, as follows :
Mai! 10.45, A. K.
Kiirht Kiprcss lO.'M, r. M.
Wav do Mondays, AVeds Fridays.... 5.40, A. M.
Through Freight, every day L00, "
Mail 2.30, P.M.
Moraine Express C-'-Jn, A. M.
Way itoTweadavs, Thurs Saturdays. .2.00, p. M.
Through Freight, every day 2.10, A. u.
Tutted States-Exprees Messenger cm the Mail
trains, only. J A3. P. PLNDAR, Agent.
COLUMBUS, PlQUA AND INDIANA R. R.
On tad after May. 5, IStii, Trains will leave Ur
ban, ju tulloM :
Vo 3, Express, 11:15, A. M,
io 4, " 6:4o, P. M.
No 5, " 6:3. - L
J AS. H. BROWif, AjrenL
Tst rrisCTTEBiAS Crrrnrii. Wet Court St.
Rev. L. H. Leati Paftor. Services every Sab
baia. Guars: "iL, A. -, 7, P. M.
6akJ Jsrfcoui i L4i, P. w .
Lentajv- d aoiU Prayer Meeting on Wednes
day CTeniug, a f o'clock.
E. V. Luriaui CuciiCB. SoKtlt-Kast corner
Court and Walnut Streets. Hcv. J. V. Severiii!;
Iiaus, Pastor. Serviws every otUne jjaukaili.
Hours : 11, a K, 7, P. x.
Sabbath School at tt, A. M.
1st Meth. E. Curaiat SouHi-West corner
Church and North 5lai : recti Rev. C. W.
Sears, Pastor. Survives every Subtaith. Hours:
11, A. 7, P. M-
Sabbath School .it 2, P. W.
General Class Meeting, Muoftay evening, at 7
Reirular Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening,
at 7 o'clock.
2d Mrra. F- Cumm. East Water Street
Eev. J. M. Koblu, l'aiitor. Scnices every
Snhltatu. Hore: 11, A. M. ; 7, P. M-
SiWjh Schmtl at 2, P. M.
icoena Class Meeting, Monday evening, at 7
Baptist Chtoch. Eat Court Street Pev. J.
C. Bonhara, Pastor. Services every Sabbath.
Hours, 11, AIL, 7, P. M.
Sabbath School at 9, A. H.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening, "o'clock.
Episcopal Chttich. Comer Scioto and Ken
Ion Streets. Rev. Cummins, Pastor. Ser
vices every fourth Sabbath. Hours : 11, A. M., 3.
- New Chtrch. North-west corner South Main
and Reynolds streets. Rev. J. T. Eatou, Pastor.
Services every Sabbath. Hour : 11, A. M.
Catholic Chubcb. John Street Rev.
Kearnev, Priest Services every Sabbath.
Hours : 11, A. n.
Associate Reformed Church. West Market
Member of Concress, .
Common Pleas Judge,
Probate Jdgc, .
Clerk Common Pleas,
Prosecuting Attorney, .
. A- P. Howard.
. A. F. Vance.
. Levi Geijrer.
Samson P. Talbot
Sherilt C. H. Ward.
Recorder, .... David M Fisher.
Survevor, .... Jas. Q. Brd.
Coroner, .... Griffith Ellis.
Commissioners, - - - Thomas Chance,
Samuel Williams, Benjamin Davis.
Infirmary Directors, . . John W. ITitt,
Jonas Hedges, Win. Sampson,
Auctioneer, .... Jacob Zombro.
Trustees, . . . 3. IL Patrick,
Win. McDouald, Robt R. Colwell.
Treasurer. . . . Thos. H. Berry.
Clerk, . . . . James G. Ogden.
J. P.'s, . . . N. Rhodes, Wm. Patrick,
Constable Jacob Zouibro,
J. C Jones, John Thomas, John C. Tabor.
Mavor, . William Tot rick.
Council, . . George B. Coulter, Griffith
Ellis, James P. Pindar, George W. Collins,
Joseph C. Glenn.
Recorder, .... John Russell.
Marshal Jacob C. Jones.
Street Commissioner, . . J. C. Jones.
'Board of Education, . J. H. Young, Pres.
J. P. Pindar, W. T. Bnsser, K. B. Patrick, A. J.
Guthridg , John Russell, Secretary.
dotntr.BS MaH. rut Cincinnati, Louisville, St
Louis, Ac Closes at 00,P. arrives at 10.10.A.
kt, dailv. ,
AU Letters, &., for Southern, Soufh-Eastem
and Sonth-Western Ohio. Southern Indiana and
Ilbnois, 8outh-Wetrn States, and the Territo
ries, with Letters (only) for California, &c, via O
verland Route, go in this mail
Nokthehh Mail via Toledo and Cleveland.
Closes at 10:15, A. Ht. ; arrives at 2i05, p. M., doily.
All Letters, fce.. for Northern and North-Western
Ohio, North-Western States, New York, New
Jersey, the New England States, Canada, &c,
Foreign Countries, aud California, fcc, via Pana
ma, go in this mail.
Easter Kail i Columbus. Closes at g:30,
p. kt.; arrives at 8:30, A. M. dally.
Letters for Ceutral and Extern Ohio, Per-usyl-vania,
Maryland, Virginia, Washington, and the
Southern Atlautlc States, go in this mail.
Western Mail, via Indianapolis. Closes at 6:
45, a. u. ; arrives at 8, p. M. daily.
Letters for Western Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Io
wa, fcc, go in this mail.
Mi-tcal Mail or Mutual, Rosedale and Dar
by Plains (and Mechauicsbnnr, on days mention
ed). Arrives Tuesdays; departs Mondays.
N. AMBROSE, Postmaster;
Wm. Rhodes, Deputy.
i DVEETISE IS THE
IT you wish to
Prosper in your Business
CITY AND COUNTY.
Local Agents. We desire to secure the
services of gone reliable person as Agent for
our paper, In' svery town and township of this
and adjoining counties.- Any one willing to
accept an agency, or Knowing of any other
person who would be, will confer a favor by
immediately addressing us. We will compen
sate Agent to their entire satisfaction.
Jon Work. Our facilities for doins; Job
Work have never been equalled in Champaign
Co. All our materials are 'bran' new; we
print on good paper, with book ink ; and we
flatter ourselves that we can get up a bill,
circular, or anything else, in better style than
any other printing office in this section of
ountry. Give us your orders, and we will
prove what we have said.
Read all the advertistments. Wc publish
none but those which are worthy your atten
tion and perusal.
The Old Chief of the Miamis, lTerman
Fisher, 17a 1 Miami street, ia in readiness to
to serre all his old customers and all -ew
ones in his agreable manner, with men's and
boys' clothing of the latest styles and at th
lowest war prices. "Drop in," and satisfy
yourself at least Fisher wiil satisfy you, we
For Sale A Washington Hand Tress
size of platen, 24 by 37. The Tress is com
plete, and in good order. Will be sold cheap,
if applied for soon.
The Sixty-Sixth is at New Market, To.
Wht is the 71st Ohio regiment unlike a
choolmaster? Because it can spare the Rod!
The Toung Americas were " out" Monday
evening with their fine engine, to the interest
of all spectators.
Rxr. Esior Kjubir, chaplain of the 2Gth
Ohio, arrived home last evening. He reports
the regiment in good condition.
District Court was in session Friday and
Saturday Judge Scott, of the Supreme Court,
and Judges Smith and Meeker, of the Com
mon Pleas Court, presiding.
Akd he said, " Dearest May, in the merry
month of May we may be married, mayn't
And they Mayn'ted.
W. W. Tahce, leader of the CGth's Band,
left for the Regiment Tuesday morning. Mr.
V. purchased in Cincincati, and took with him.
a full set of new German silver cornet instru
ments for his band.
Mrs. Margaret Skekn, wife of David Skeen,
one of the old citizens of Urbana, died on Fri
day last. Mrs. Skeen was highly respected by
all who knew her as an amiable and Christian
woman. The large funeral on Sunday indica
ted the esteem of our citizens for the deceas
A cool chilly rain lias " come to hand'' to
day (Tuesday), and it doesn't seem so much
like May as Might We hope it May soon
Wednesday we have no pressing need
of the old street sprinkler ! Heaven has blest
the farmer and Jj:e dust-choked town-people
with a bounteous rain.
Those wishing Tarson Brownlow's Book,
which will be the most intensely interesting
book of the year to the people of tlie United
Stales, must hand in their names at once, if
they wish copies ot the early, first, edition.
We shall order tlie last of this week.
Ox Sabbath last, Rev. John C. Bonhara,
Tastor of the Baptist Church, preached for the
first time since the casualty which Lefel him
last fall. Although unable to stand, Mr. Bon
ham preached with his wonted vigor, and de
livered a very truthful and instructive dis
course. Mr. Bonham expects to preach again,
Oca young friend Oliver T. Taylor, of West
Liberty, a member of Baird's company, 66th
Regiment, is now at home on furlough hav
ing been wounded by a Union soldier. 01.
was standing picket when some skirmishes of
a Nev York Regiment came up, and in the
surprise of the moment one, unfortunately,
shot him in the shoulder. He is fast recover
ing from the wound.
Soldiers Aid. The Ladies of Urbana who
compose the Society for extending aid to the
sick and wounded soldiers have sought to have
collections made in the churches. On Sun
day last the Rev. J. T. Eaton gave notice at
the New Jerusalem Church in Urbana of a
collection to be taken at that place on Sunday
next We have been lurnished with a copy
of the beautiful and appropriate notice on this
occasion which we append.
" I am happy to say to the congregation,
on behalf of the Ladies' Aid Society, that a
collection for the relief of sick and wounded
soldiers, is being made in the several congre
gations of tliis Tillage, and that the same good
work is requested of us. In order that all
may be duly notified, and come prepared to
contribute to so worthy an object, it is desired
that notice should be given on the Sunday pre
vious to the collection being made. I would
therefore earnestly recommend to this con
gregation as the request of the Todies' Aid
Society, that, on Sunday next, we contribute
to the relief of sick and wounded soldiers,
" Every one according as he purposeth in his
heart, not grudgingly or of necessity, for God
loveth a cheerful giver." The boxes at the
doors of the Hall will afford a suitable oppor
tunity, nnless another method should be pre
ferred; I beg to concur in this request
therefore, most heartily and earnestly, and
hope it will bu cheerfully and liberally respon
ded to on Sunday nest. The object ia one
that appeals to every generous heart, and has
claims which we all should be happy to ac
knowledge. It is an opportunity for every
one to share in affording relief to tho?e-whose
sufferings we are bound to feci; every oc, I i
sav, whether he can give little or much. If
the boxes are too high ft r some of the chil
dren to reach, let them remember to get the
taller ones to put in their mites for them. At
any rate, let us all remember the sick and
wounded soldiers, and cheerfully bear our part
with the Ladies' Aid Society, by liberally con
tributing for their relief on Sunday next
Only one dollar a year for the Union. j
We publish below a law passed at the
session of the Legislature of Ohio "to
raise revenue, protect sheep and confis-
; cate doS." The word confiscate seen to
be used in the new, Congressional sense
to destroy. We have not beset the Coun
ty Auditor for leave to print this law,
and we do not expect to be allowed 118
Loliars ana bU cents tor buying some
hand bills at Cleveland.
Section 1. Be it enarted by tlie General
Assembly offie Stale of Ohio, That it shall be
the d'Jty of each and every person owning
a dog or dogs, or keepinf, or harboring one
or more, to list the same for taxation as other
property is listed, and to give to the assessor
the true value of such dog or dogs ; but per
sons so lifting such dogs need not make oath to
Sec 2. That the assessor shall receive the
value so Cxed by the owner, keeper, or har-
borer of said dog or dogs, at the true value.
Sec. 3. That any dog not so listed for taxa
tion, shall be deemed and taken as a common
nuisance, and any person is hereby authoriz
ed to capture, kill, or confiscate the same :
and if any person shall kill, wound, or destroy
any dog so listed as aforesaid, for taxation,
the person so killing, wounding, or destroy
ing the same, shall be liable, in damages, to
the owner, keeper, or harborer of such dog
in any amount greater than that for which
said dog was listed for taxation.
Sec. 4. This act shall take effect aud be in
force from and after the first day of May,
JAMES R. HUBBELL,
Speaker the House of Representative.
President of the Senate.
April 28, 1862.
The Spring Races. The three days' races
at Nutwood Course, Jennings & Woodman
see, Troprietors, drew a large crowd to Ur
bana last week. Sporting men were present
from all parts of Ohio, and the neighboring
States. We a of the races:
Dash of hulf-a-mile for fifty dollars between
Read's filly, Bonnie Scotland and Wilson's
colt, Mickey Free Mickey Free winning-by
fifteen feet; time, fifty-nine seconds.
Great m.tcii race between California mare,
Comet and Id i May of Albany, N. Y. Dash
of 480 yards which resulted in a draw.
Trotting, mile heats, best three in five, for
proprietors' purse of $50.
Olmstead entired b. b. Clinton.
Jennings entered b. h. Moro
Clinton winning in three heats. Time 2:45;
Tacing, mile heats, best two in three, for
proprietors' purse ot $50.
Stout entered s. g. Coon.
Johnson entered b. in. Kate.
Gipsies entered two animals.
Won by Coon in two heats. Time 2:43 ;
Running, mile heat, for proprietor's purse ol
Reed entered b. f. Belle.
Wilson entered b. c. Mickey Free.
Jennings entered s. c. Doubloon.
Vance entered s. c. Tarpedon.
Belle winning the race easily distancing the
Match rate between Cornet and Ida May
dai.li of 350 yards for $500. Comet won by
Adams' d. h. Janus dash of GOO yards. Ja
nus winning by twenty feet Time, thirty
Ast lady possessing propriety and good
sense trill wear long dresses. Those women
who have a sort of slow pendulum swing in
walking, and wear dresses' just long enough
to display ugly feet and ankles look remarka
bly graceful ? The hoop skirt fashion is abom
inable for full grown women unless they wear
long dresses. We are pleased to see a woman
do as she pleases if she pleases to dress as a
sensible and modest lady should.
Mat is and has been with us in her gayest
most coquettish style. The "accompani
ments'1 of air and dust are " two numerous."
perhaps yet, we believe the latter is to teach
us that tlie old street sprinkler is a necessity ;
while of the former, as May is our handsomest
month, why shouldn't she put on " airs ?"
Every one seems in a cheerful mood the at
mosphere is so balmy and congenial to the
" taste" of the inhaler while Tickayune But
lers is in Orleans ! the Merrimac's blown up
Little Mac is " going up" higher and higher
in the estimation of tlie people ! Lincoln and
not Hunter is Tresident the war news are
pleasant to take," generally and to crown all,
no one lost any money on the first day's boss
We might go into ecstasies about Urbana
being adorned with buds and blossoms and
pretty girls, but as we have received none
we mean tlie buds and blossoms I we'll be
adorned if we do any such adorned thing!
Nary ecstasy until to be continued.
Train's Union Speeches have just been pub
lished by T. B. Teterson & Brothers, Phila
delphia, and were delivered by George Fran
cis Train, in England, during the present
American War, where he has been doing good
service to the Union cause ever since the out
break of the rebellion. These speeches should
be read by his countrymen with as great in
terest aud profit, as they were listened to by
the English of all classes, who crowded the
places of public assembly whenever he was
announced for a speech. They will be found
to be patriotic, truth-telling, and amusing.
Tlie wit, invective, argument, and general
" smartness" of Mr. Train'have all been arous
ed in defence of the Union. In England he
has nobly confronted exile Secessionists and
prejudiced Englishmen, who hated our Repub
lican institutions. His speeches aro full of
fire and pure L'nion sentiments, and a perusal
of them will be enjoyed by every true and
loyal American. We may safely predict their
success in a collected aud cheap form. Mr.
Train's eloquence is entirely sni generis he is
the founder of the spread eagle school of ora
tory and it may truly be said, " none but him
self can be his parallel." He has done good
service to the Union cause by his ability, loy
alty, and boldness, and these speeches should
be read by every person in the land
Twenty-Five cents a ropy only, or five cop
ies for One Dollar, and sent to any one to any
place, free of postage, on rerouting that
amoint to the publishers, T. B. Peterson &
Brothers, Philadelphia, Fa.
Tui March to Strasbcro. The following
was received by ir citizen of Urbana who h.-.s
handed it to us for publication :
S TRAsnritu, Va., April 24tli, 180:?.
Sir: Below you will find a description of tie
march of the With Ohio from Winchester to Stras
burg which will, I think, be interesting to the
people of Urbana and vicinity :
On April 5th, so people say.
Which whs a rainj-, cloudy day,
The (Kith the march took up
For Strasburg of water, a cup
In their canteens for Strasburg small.
Which from Winchester court holme tall
Is eighteen miles, I think not more,
At least so told me persons fonr.
As ve were marching down the street
Of Winchester, not very fleet,
The Baud struck up a cheering tune
Which exiled gloomy feelings soon,
Inspiriting our Coble crew
In number many, not a few.
Aronnd, on either side the street
The secesh mo ved their ngly feet,
No doubt looking in contempt jfreat
Upon that standard which of late .
Waved over Donelson on high,
Beneath the concave, azure sky ;
Yes, still continues there to wave,
And shall till " hell" is in its grave.
By hell I mean that traitor band
Which in this our glorious land,
Have raised their vile arms on high,
By Davis, sworn to live, or die.
Our road to rebel Strasbury led
Through a fair valley, watered
By many cool and gushing founts,
Supplied by water from the mounts,
Which iu the distance towered high
Towards the calm and azure sky!
The first village through which passed we,
Was Kearnstown which appeared to me
To be a town of no great note,
In which the people's looks denote
That they ate Secesh out and out ;
Have of their arm's success no doubt
The second and third towns we passed thro'
Were Newtown, not fair to view,
And Middletown where 'Lincolns' are,
I am Inclined to think, quite rare.
We halted on the 5th at night,
Near Cedar Creek, of it in sight ;
Near Cedar Creek which is miles three
From Strasburg, so one man told me.
We on the 6th our march resumed
Aud reached Strasburg, it is presumed,
Abont or near the hour often,
Having on the march lost no men !
A MEMBER OF CO. A., 66TH REGIMENT.
Atlantic and Great Western Railroad.
the prosperity of this city, ever projected is
now in a fair way to be carried rapidly for
ward to a successful completion. The diili
culties, originating partly with the Trent af
fair, to the pushing forward of the Atlantic
and Great Western Railroad have been re'
moved, aud the contractors are prepared to
build it as rapidly as labor can be accumula
ted for that purpose. Arrangements have
been made to put . t once six thousand men
at work upon the track, and the Chief Engi
neer, Mr. T. W. Kennard of London, has pur
chased during the past two weeks all the
equipage needed for working the Road, in
eluding thirty locomotives. The Koad at
present is completed and in operation, from
Salamanca the junction with the Erie Road,
4G miles from Dunkirk to Corry on the Erie
and Suubury Road.. It there reaches the oil
regions, and the freight onoil alone, brought
twenty-five miles to the depot in wagons, is
now $5,700 per week. When the branch is
completed from Corry to TitUoville, the depot
of the oil region, this amount, it is believed.
will be increased to $15,000 per week.
The road will reach Meadville by the 1st of
July, and Akron, Ohio, by the 1st of October,
making two hundred miles from the Erie
Junction. For the line to Akron the money
and materials have all been provided. Be
yond this, the road will be extended to Day
ton, Ohio, and from Dayton to Cincinnati au
arrangement has been made with the Dayton
and Cincinnati Road to lay a third rail.
At Cincinnati the Great Western connects
with the Ohio and Mississippi Road, which is
of six feet gauge. Thus, when the whole line
is finished, which will probably be withiu two
years, New York will possess a new six feet
gauge connection by rail direct with St Louis,
by which the products of the West, loaded at
St Louis, can be transported without break
ing bulk to the Long Dock at Hoboken, and
discharged into vessels for shipment to Eu
rope. At Warren or Ravenna a connection will
be made with Cleveland, which will tap the
Western traffic at that point, and all along the
line lateral feeders are already built, which
will swell the business of the Atlantic and
Great Western. The principal parties in this
enterprise are the great banker Salamanca of
Madrid, the Duke de Kianzares, husband of
the Queen Dowager of Spain ; Messrs. Hay
ward, Kennards & Co. of London, James
McHenry of Liverpool, Sir Morton Teto, M.
P., and Ed. Betts of London, and Messrs.
Sanil. Hailett & Co. of New York. The
Chief Engineer of the work is T. W. Kennard,
Esq., of London.
The Company are very fortunate in their
American connection. Messrs. Samuel Hai
lett fc Co., are a vigorous and enterprising
firm, and wield great money facilities. Mr.
Ilallett has been connected with this project
from its inception, and a lr.rge portion of the
success it has met with is due to his personal
exertions. To the Erie Ruad, this new feed
er, stretching its arms across half a continent
to seize the traffic of the West and throw it
into the lap of New York, will prove of incal
culable value. When the line is completed to
St Louis, we shall not be surprised to see the
Erie Road earning ten or twelve millions ot
dollars per annum. Y. Y. Tribune.
An official despatch from General McClellan,
dated on ;Saturday, states that a combined
naval and land expedition up the Pamunky
river had succeded in compelliug the rebels
to burn two steamers and twenty sailing
vessels. Our troops are cautiously advancing.
A despatch from the correspondent of the
Associated Tress states that on Saturday our
advance drove the enemy across the Famun
ky. Our Cairo dispatch says that itjs rumor
ed that Beauregard has luft, Bragg in com
niuiand at Corinth, and gone to Virginia, to
to endeavor to rally the disorganized rebels-
A nero pilot, thoroughly acquainted with
the intricate channels of the South Carolina
coast, has arrivtd at Fort Royal with a rebel
steam tug with which he escaped from Charles
ton. General Hunter's emancipation proclama
tion has been published in the Charleston Pa
libers and danger of a negro insurrection is re
ported. Our troops have possession of part of
the railroad line between Charleston and Sa
vannah, and an attack will soon be made on
the latter city.
g 1 R I N
G AND SUMMER TRADE, 186S
WE have just received a LARGE STOCK of
Also, a mil assortment of
ALL, KINDS OF GOODS
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
which will be sold.
Either Made Up, or By the Yard,
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH
Our Stock of the above goods will be found
TJNTJS U ALL? SBSIBASLE,
BEST FABRICS TO BE FOIXD R
GRIFFITH ELLIS Jt CO.
'HE HEROES OF PEACE, AND THE
HEROES OF WAR.
E. ANTHONY, NO. 501 BROADWAY, N. YORK,
is now Dnbliehine. in addition to other portraits, the
celebrated collection known in Europe and America as
Brandy's National Photographic Portraits Gallfry,
In which is .winded ihe Portraits of nearly all the
Prominent Men of America,
not excepting Jeff. Dnvip, Be:mrerard. Floyd, and a
hott of other confederates. Price of Portraits. $.3,00
per dozen. Can be sent by mail.
Scenes of the War for the Union
Are published, card size, and in etcroscopic from.
tereoscopic Views of Scenes in Paris. London, and
in other parts or bnland and t ranee; in Scot
land, Ireland, Wales, Switzerland. Hol
land, ctpain, on the Rhtue; in
Egypt, Athens, the
Our Instantaneous Stereoscopic Views.
Tlie Greatest Wonder of the Age.
The are taken in the fortieth pirt of a ierond. and
the rn-hins of water, moving of leaves, or the march
of an array, does not in the Sihte(t decree, affect the
taking of the view?. They are sold for' $3.00 per doz.
We have also on hand and manufacture tlie largest
assortment of Stereoscopes. Photographic Albums and
Photographic Materials in tlie United States, and per
haps in tlie world.
Catalogues, containing list of all onr Portraits.
View, Stereoscopes, &cM bent free by mail, on re
ceipt of a stamp.
Hi. a.m tiUA i. out uroaaway.
Near St. Nicholas Hotel, New York.
OTICE PETITION TO OBTAIN OR
DER. Wm. J. McAIexatidrr. AdmiiuVl Probxfp C'onrt of
trator of Isaac 4. Yut&ler riue'd I rhmpain Connty.
tp. ( Ohio. Petition to
Michael Yntsler Jt others J sell land.
To Jacob Tntsler. Casnor YuMrrs. Boniamln Ynt!-
ler, .liltncr Yurpler :iml Mary ,hine VnMer: Yon arc
eri hv informed, that on the Stli (lav of Mv. lHHi. said
Administrator filed his petition in the Probate Court
of hampiitrn County. Ohio. Ihe object and prayer of
hich petition is to iibtain an order. Ac on the JKth
lay of June. Isfr, for the Kile of Ihe following real es
tate -I which the said Itaac .1. Yutsler died seized.)
pomnch as niav be necessary to par the debt of
said decedent lo-wit: Situated in said county and
State, beins lot No as assigned to Isaac 4. Yntler
and as shown by the plat of partition filed in the Court
of Common Pleas ot said County, in the case of Wm.
Hinnners a-'ainst. Michael Yutsler and others, bejiu
iuir in the North line of the north-eot quarter of Sec
tion 1H. Township three, ranire 12. H7 MK-loo poles Wst
of the north-eat corner of said quarter at a stone N.
W. comer to lot. No i a? shown by said plat, thence
North SS, West 4T 75-100 poles to a stone ; thence
South U, : West !l sii-l(l poles to stone in the North
line of lot No 1 : thence with said line South SHV East
15 75-1(10 poles to a stone S. W, corner r lot No 2:
thence with the west line of lot No a. North 1 f East
90 Sti-l(X) poles to the hetrimiinir, containing 2i acres of
land. Wm. J. JicAI.KXANDKK.' Adinr.,
May 11 ISB, n7-lw. of Isaac J. Yut.ler deed.
V"OTTCE. Benjamin F, Howell, whose residence
1 unknown, will take notice that Frances V. How
ell, of the county of Champaign, State of Ohio, did on
the let day of April. ISiii. tile her petition ia the Conrt
of Common Plea within and for the county of Cham
pairjn, in said State of Ohio. airainM the sain Benjamin
V. Howell, chanrimr the said Benjamin F. Howell.wlth
with habitual drunkenness for three years lt past,
and akjriiuK that he may be dirorred from the Mid
Benjamin F. Howell, with ruasonable alimony; and
the said Benjamin F. HowHl is notified that he is re
quired to appear and answer to frtid petition on or be
fore the third Saturday after the 14th day of Mar.
By JAMES TAYLOR, Atty for Plff.
STATE OF JOHN WIANT, DECD.
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appointed and qnalitlcd as Administrator on the estate
of .lohn Wiant, late of Champaign County, deceased.
Way 10, istii. 3w. BHKiliTBEUKY WIANT.
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