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Urbana Union Directory.
Cerrectea tMklr t El'kk.lt. i rews
Pave, AU1 Ceseastoaleai SerofcU.
Flour, per bbl...; H.75 ')ats, per busli
Floor, extra".... 5.00 Barley " ...
Wheat, pr bush .. 80 Clover seed.. .
Rve 40 Timothy " ...
Hay, per ton 8.00 Flax " ...
Corn, per bushel, 83
Cerrcctee Wnklr r . C. ""'""
Beef, per pound,
Coffee, per ft
Molasses. N. O.
Potatoes, pr. bu.
Etrga, pr. dot
White Fish, 'bbl, 4,00
67 Dried Applesoft),
..-?4.15?4.30 Oats, 81
, . 1.00 Clover Seed, . .i.5t'd 5.00
... ?Ja35 Whiskey, 1om18
... 6iV70 Hoirs o.TWrAOO
Corn.....-..-. 65 58
SANDUSKY, DAYTON CINC1NTI R. R.
On and after May 5, 1963, Trains will pass this
(Urbaaa) aUtion, as follows : .
'urht Express p-
Wav do Mondays, Weds Fridays.... 5.40, am.
Through Freight, every day 1-00,
Morning Express oTJ.' t II'
Wav do Tuesdavs, Thurs a Saturdays. .J.00, r. M.
Through Freight, every dayv 2.10, A. .
United States Express Measemrer on the Mail
trains, only. J A3. V. PIN DAB, Agent.
COLUMBUS, PIQUA AND INDIANA R. R.
On and after May 2U, IsM, Trains wUl leave Ur
ban, as follows :
Tfo 1, Express vftp'M
JIo 2 " 5:lo, P. M.
JAS. H. BROWN, Agent.
1st Pr.EJBTTERiAS CHlTtca. West Court SL
Rev. L. 1L Loutr, Pastor. Services every Sab
bath. Hours : "ll, a. m., 7, r. m.
Sabbath School at L4S, P.
Lecture aud Social Prayer Meeting on cdncs
day evening, at 7 o'clock.
E. V. Ijjthebas Cihrch. -South-East corner
Court and Walunt Streets. Ucv. J. V. Sevcring
bans. Pastor. Services every other Sabbath.
Hours: 11, A. M., 7, P. M.
Sabbath School at 9, A. M.
1st Meth. E. Chi rcu. South-West Torurr
Church and North Main Streets. Rev. C. W.
Fears, Pastor. Servivcs every Sabbath. Hours :
UL, A. JC. 7. P. JC
SuWulh 8ohool at 2, P. M.
(remtrA Class Meeting, Monday evening, at .
Secular Prayer MccUng, Wednesday evening,
2d lf7lL E. Chcbch. East Water Street
Rev. J. M. Kobiuson, Pastor. Memoes every
tsabltath. Hours: 11, a. s. ; 7, p. Jf.
..liH-.tli K.lil lit. ! P. W
' General Class Meeting, Monday evening, at 7
Baptist Chi;iu;h. East Court Street. RcV. J.
C. lionliam, Factor. Services every Sabbath.
Hoars, 11. a. m., 7, p. M.
ivililmth School at 0. A. M.
Pmvcr Meetinjr. Wednesday evening, 7 -Ylock.
EriscOPAL CurKtH. Corner Scioto aud Ken
ton Streets. Rev. Cuumiiuss, Pastor. Ser
vices every fourth Sabbath. Hours : 11, A M., 3,
New CnrBcn. North-west corner South Main
and Reynold streets. Rev. J. T. Eaton, Pastor.
Services every Sabbath. Hour: 11, A. M.
Cathouc Church. John Street. Rer.
Kearney, Priest. Services every Sabbath.
Hours: 11. a. si.
Associate Refoemed Chvecu. West Market
Member or Con?rcss, .
Common Pleas Judge,
Senator, . .
Probate Judge, .
Clerk Common Pleas,
Prosecuting Attorney, .
Auditor, . , .
. A. P. Howard.
. A. F. Vance.
. Levi Gciger.
Samson P. Talbot
. Decatur Talbott
C. H. Ward.
David M. Fisher.
Ja. Q. Baird.
. Thomas Chance,
.Auctioneer, . .
jonn v. tint,
. Jacoh Zoinbro.
Trustees f- H. Patrick,
Wm. McDonald, Robt R. Col well.
Treasurer . . . Tb.. 11. Berry.
Clerk, . . . James G. Cteden.
i. p.'s, . . X. Rhodes, Wm. Patrick.
Constable, . ... . Jacob Zombro,
J. C. Jones, John Thomas, John C. Tabor.
Jfavor, . . . . William Patrick.
Council. . . George B. Coulter, Griffith
Ellis, James P. Pindar, George W. Collins,
- - Joseph C. Glenn.
Jtecorder, . ... John Russell.
Marshal, . . . . Jacob C. J ones.
Street Commissioner, . . J. C. Jones.
Board of Education, . J. H. Toung, Pres.
J. F. Pindur, W. T. Busscr, E. B. Patrick, A. J.
Guthridge, John Russell, Secretary.
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dailv. . -
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Ohio, North-Western States, New York, New
Jersey, the new England States, Canada, Sc,
Foreign Countries, and California, &c, via Pana
ma, go in this mail.
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j, rrives at 80, a. m. daily.
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vania, Maryland, Viminia, Washington, and the
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Letters for Western Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Io
wa, &c, go in this mail.
Mutual Mail -for Mutual, Rose dale and Dar
by Plains (and Mechanicsburg, on days mention
ed). Arrives Tuesdays; departs Mondays.
N. AMBROSE, Postmaster;
Wm. Rhodes, Deputy.
It joa ahh 19
Prosper in your XJu&iness.
URBANA UNION. CITY AND COUNTY.
Tuk question has been asked, whether
the Uebana Union be a permanent
paper. TVe answer" that it is no tempor
ary thing ; it is meant to be permanent.
It mates no debts, but pays as it goes.
Those who wish to be subscribers must
pay in advance else they cannot be sub
scribers. Customers for job work must
pay on delivery, or they cannot be cus
tomers. The publisher wishes to be ex
plicit the Urbaxa Uxios will do its
duty, and will keep good its word.
Sheriff "Ward lost $290 in money this
morning, somewhere roundabouts.
Basket Meeting. There will be a two
days' (''Basket") meeting hold at the Arrotr
smith camp grounds next Saturday and Sab
bath. Tiyt Senate has passed a bill giving a pre
mium of $2 for every recruit, and a month's
pay in advance to every volunteer. Tliis is
for three yeara' service.
The Cincinnati Sanitary Commission, for
the week ending June 4th, credits contribu
tions from the Soldiers' Aid Societies of Ur
bana, Union township and Chapman's Creek,
Col. RctncLE. We were misinformed last
week in regard to Col. Runkle's Regiment.
It is to be for three years instead of three
months service ; and is No. 1 of five to com
pose a reserve brigade.
A Ladt reader wishes to know why the re
port of the Ladies Soldiers' Aid Society does
not appear in our columns. AH we can say
in reply is, that we would cheerfully publish
the weekly report of the society if 'twas fur
nished us. That's what's the matter.
'We are obliged to Horace Waters, 4S1
Broadway, New York, for a splendid piece of
music entitled "President Lincoln's Grand
March.-' The title page is embclli.-lied with
a capital lithographic portrait of the President.
Mr. Waters' music ami piatios are popular
throughout the country.
I. O. F.'s Pic-Nic.
Tiif. Committee of the Odd Fellows' Tic
Nic A":sociafion met on the 10th inst., and re
solved to hold their Annual Pic-Nic al Spring
Creek Grove (Magrew farm, four miles. West
of Urbana, on C. P. & I. R. R.) on the third
Wednesday (lGth) of July. All members of
the order are invited to attend.
The Committee agreed to meet on next :
Saturday to complete arrangements. '
60th New Officers. By the resignation
of Lieut. Co'o !el Dye, Major Powt 11 succ e2- '
e l him in order o!' promotion, and we under- J
stand, has been appointed to the oflice. We j
also learn that Adjutant Guvnne lias receiv- !
ed the nppoiutment of Major, and lias entered
upon the duties of his oiliee. We Miptose j
these appointments will give satisfaction to
the regiment. Both genilemen are capable
and efficient ; and what is as good, are popu-;
lar with the men of tho Ctillu !
Amokg the regiments rendered especially j
conspicuous fur gallant daring and hard fight- i
ing at the bloody battle of Williamsburg was I
the Seventh Maine conimande l by Col. Ed.
Mason, of Springfield, Ohio. It repelled an j
attack of six rebel regiments and afterwards!
made the most brilliant bayonet charge of the
day. After the battle Gen. McClellau called
the seventh cut and addressed the men say
ing, l:you saved the day and won the battle
and I have ordered 1 Williamsburg' to be in
scribed on your colors." Bully for the seventh
Maine and Col. Ed. Mason !
DELiciors. Mr. J. C. Laybom n, of Union
township, presented us with a box of straw
berries this week, which for " quality" and
quantity were " excelsior." The berries
measured from two and a-half to three and
a-ha!f inches in diameter ; and their flavor was
so luscious that we forgot Lnura Matilda in
their " sweetness," and wished, only, for more
strawberries to " conquer."
Mr. Laybonrne is an extensive cultivator of
strawberries: and has already furnished many
of our citizens wish the delicacies. '
Tiiet had a "jay" time over at Camp Chase,
Saturday. Bishop Bedell, Gov. Tod, Ex
Governor Detinisou and other prominent per
sonages were present and addressed the sol
diers and people. At the conclusion Col.
Moody proposed as a sentiment for the sol
"In the name of God
And Governor Tod,
We'll follow our flag to Dixie!"
which was, says the Journal, endorsed by the
soldiers with cheers that made the blue vault
of heaven ring ! We know pur boys from
Champaign are " in" on that sentiment
Democratic Cocntt Convention. To the
Democracy of Champaign County, Ohio, aud
all others in favor of the Union as it has been
and the Constitution as it is: You are hereby
notified that the Democratic Central Com
mittee of Champaign county, Ohio, has desig
nated Saturday, the 21st day of June, 18G2,
as the time for holding the next Democratic
County Convention, at the Cort House at 1
o'clock, P. M., for the purpose of appointing
Delegates to the State Convention, to be held
in Columbus on the 4th day of Jul-, 18C2.
By order of Democratic Central Committee.
W. A PURTLEDAUGH, Chareman.
A street fight occurred last evening be
tween a white man aud a negro. Accounts
differ as to which was to blame, but we no
ticed that the white man was pursued and ar
rested, while the nigger " went his way in
peace." Marshal Joues, however, with a
commendable sense of justice, released the
man when placed iu his hands.
In our opinion the white man needed some
punkhment for fighting with a nigger. . It is
supposed that the time has arrived in Urbana
when a " white man's as good as a cullud
gemman if he b'haves hissel" White folks
will please take notice and govern themselves
Later. The white man "aforesaid" madeiowest
ofFlast eight (from Mr. P. Grove's where he
was boarding) witb a suit of clothes, a watch
and $20 iu money, belonging to other persons.
lie deserves another thrar hing by a nigger.
To the People of Champaign County.
war r,rices, "Drop in," aud satisfy
The time is drawisg near when the
managers- trf county elections will be
holding' their secret meetings to deter
mine who you may vote for next Octo
ber. They will decide among themselves
wno snail nave me umcicui
mv (hem for their nast troubles, slid i
then they will proceed to get up the
county convention to carry their decis
ion into effect. Perhaps you will be as
careless and indifferent as usual, and
leave it to the managers. If you do not
choose to attend and take any part in
these contrivances to teep down all
candid ites but their owft, it may be just
as well, but then you should not consid
er yourselves bound " to go the nomina
tion." Whatever may be done, we wish to
call attention to the new trade carried
on in proxies. Delegates chosen, often
do not attend, and they are expected to
give some one else a proxy to represent
them. This proxy business should be
broken up. If the delegates will not at
tend let the townships go unrepresented.
You will be called on, also, to take
part in a district convention to nominate
a Congressman. If you permit the sys
tem to be continued, of letting a majori
ty of the delegates present determine
how the whole vote of a County shall be
cast and these delegates made by proxies,
you will see scone active place hunter
with his pocket full of proxies, and an
omnibus with his delegates, going off to
do the people in convention.
Ox our outside pages will be found an inter
esting story of the war, a full synopsis of Gen.
Butler's "law'' laid down to the people of
New Orleans (from the N. T. World), an in
structive article for tho farmers, and a variety
of other good reading. All this is furnished
for two cents a week! Subset ibers are pour
ing in, but like a full omnibus we arc ready to
make room for more.
Abraham Braxstetter, a member of Bern-hill's
company A, 2d Ohio, died recently in
Hospital at Huntsville, A!a., and was buried
with tliehonorsof war, by the regime.it He
was a good soldier and a Christian.
The same letter (from Geo. B. .Hunter)
which brings this information, says nothing of
the resignation of Colonel Harris, so we sup
pose he has concluded to withdraw it. AVe
will be glad to know that this i3 the case, as
the Colonel is the right man in the right place.
If any doubts his fighting qualities let them
read an article on our first page under the
caption of ' A Fight at Huntsville."
IIviikne vl. During the moi.t'a of May
marriage liceases were issued from Probate
Judge Vance's office to the following named
James Knotls and Irene Scott ;
Paschal G. Spain and Martha E. Gray;
Jackson Loudenback and Rose F. Bi iggs;
Jacob Biiffington snd Elizabe'h Neal;
0. R. Auten and Margaret A. Barkshire ;
Joseph IT. Conner and Sarah Tingle;
IM. B. McGany and Jennie L. Mc-Crary ;
John W. Stokes and Sarah A. Lir.dscr;
John H. Stokes and Laviuu Pious;
Theodore Mcllvain and Mary Alcxauder.
Total Eclipse of the Moos. A total eclipse
of the moon, visible throughout the United
btaies, occurs to-night ( ednesday). The
duration of the whole eclipse will bo three
hours and seventy minutes, and during sixty
two minutes the moon will be wholly im
mersed in the shadow of the earth. The
eclipse will begin at 11:53, P. M., and end at
3: 15. a.m. No more favorable opportunity
can be embraced this year by young ladies
and geullemen who sit up to sec the moon!
P. S. No postponement on account of the
' P. P. S. Young gentlemen will please em
brace nothing more than the opportunity.
New Mt'stc. We have leceived from n.
M. Higgins, 117 Randolph street, Chicago, the
following pieces of music: " Home is Home,
however Lowly," a ballad , " Maggie, the
Maid of Hawthorn Dell," by one of the Ba
kers; 'Year of Jubilee, or, Kingdom has Come,"
by " Sambo;" "The Volunteer's Grave, or,
the Bine Bird is singing on the Hill ;" " Scott
and the Veteran ;" " Civile Bellum, or, Broth
er and the Fallen Dragon." The music is ol
the first order, gotten up in attractive style
the first four named at 25 cents, next two, 30
cents, and last 50 cents, each. Mr. Higgins is
prepared to fill all orders for music, instru
ments, fee, promptly ; and we recommend
his house to the musical portion of our com
munity, as one worthy of patronage.
Gen. Ferrt. The correspondent of the
Commercial in Shields' division has not a very
exalted opinion of the 6Gth's new Brigadier.
Hear him :
"The head of the column had reached seven
miles, when an order came transferring the
command of the division to Gen. Ferry. It
was understood to be only temporary, Gen.
Shields having gone to Washington. Gen.
Ferry is a Connecticut politician, who was
promoted from Colonel to Brigadier without
having smelt gunpowder. He has not smelt
it yet. It looked hard to sec such a General
placed over such a chieftain as Gen. Kimball,
but it was done. I dare say, according to the
regulat ions. Kimball won his promotion from
Colonel to Brigadier, by a year's hard fighting
in Western Virginia, but Ferry got his by
1 reviewing' in Washington, and pulling the
wires. Ferry was commissioned Brigadier
three days before Kimball, and, therefore
' ranks' him. That's the way it happened."
This is doubtless too true. Our Colonel
Candy is fir more deserving of the command
of a brigade than this Ferry. But Colonel
Candy is a soldier who attends to his duties,
while Ferry is a political wire worker who
perhaps done some service for his party once
upon a time in the State of wooden nutmegs.
The Old Chief of the Miamis, Herman
Fisher, No. 1 Miami street, is in readiness to
to serve all his old customers and all uew
ones in his agreable manner, with men's and
bovs' clothine of the Litest styles and at the
yourself at least richer will satisfy you, we
Only one dollar a year for the Union.
Letter from Captain Mayse's Company.
CALF CHASE, June 10th, 1862.
Ed. Umos: The Champaign county
company in the three months service wa
organized this morning. William Maysc
was chosen Captain, Franklin Chance 1st
Lieut., and Amos Eiehardson, 2d Lieut.
ot the company
Wc have not yet been assigned to
Regiment, but in nil probability will J!
the SGth, in the morning. The SGth, I uii
dei stand from reliable source!, will leave
Camp Chase for Cumberland, Md., the lat
ter part of this or the first of next week.
The 84th Regiment, already organized
aud equipped, will leave for Cumberland
to-morrow. As soon as our non-commissioned
officers are appointed, I will send
yoa the roll of the Company. We now
muster eigbty-five men, and expect an
addition of ten or fifteen yet to-night,
which will bring us to the maximum
It may not be amiss to say that our
" boys" are all well, and relish the pork
and beans as well as could be expected
the first week in Camp. More anon.
Hurrah for the officers of the three
months' company All good men for the
places ! Ed. Union. .
The G reat Camp of Instruction. Wash
ington, June 9 General Order No- 59, just
issued, reads as follows :
TFar Bulletin A Camp of Instruction for
50.000 met. Cavalry, Artillery and Infantry,
in due proportions will be immediately form
ed near Annapolis, Many-laud. Major Gener
al Wool, TJ. S. A., will command the Camp,
in addition to his duties as Department Com
mander. The ground will be selected, and
the troops, which will be assembled as rspid
ly as possible under orders from the War De
partment, will be placed in position as thay
Arrive. Brig. Gen. L. P. Graham is assigned
to duty as Chief of Cavalry at the Camp, and
Brevet General Harvey Brown as Chief of
Artillery. A Chief of the Infantry arm will
hareafler be designated.
As all the three months men are included
in this order, our Champaign county com
pany's address will be Annapolis, instead of
Washington. The change in destination will,
we suppose, be agreable to all.
Catt. J. H. Van Demax, of company K,
GGth Regiment, in a late letter gives a lively
description of the difference in " living" of the
New York and Ohio soldiers. The New York
style is certainly very pleasant and encourag
ing. AVe quote :
" Well we loft that coun
try soon and came 13 miles to this place,
where we once more " came into the L'uited
States," having come into sight ol a New-
York camp, some 4000 troops, and indeed
they dt) live in style, having 20 tents to a
company, one to each Lieutenant, and one o
the Captain, the officers having their wives ;
(many of them) with them, and as mu-.:h l'urni- j
ture in their tents as we have at home, dress-.;
ed all the times in the very best of clothes, j
and as one captain told me, had never since !
they came into service (tow 8 months) had a
cracker issued to th-.n untill this morning,
and one private gave one of our boys a dime
for lour, that he might send them home. To
o-o soldiering that wav is not bad. forthev told
me they had never, since they entered ser
vice, marched but 7 miles, the most in one
day 4, aud had never bivouacked, never slept
out of tents but one night, and growled at
that. They all have straw ticks and some of
them bedsteads ; they ?ay they want 24 hours
uotice to march, because tlwy cannot get
ready in less time, (all we want is 30 minutes,
to cook, load, fall in, and move on.) But
enough of the feather bed soldiers and bed
West Libertv, May 4th. 18G2.
At a meeting of Liberty Lodge, No. 96, L
O. O. F., held on the evening of Thursday,
May 3rd, 1862, the following Preamble and
R -solutions were adopted, viz :
It lias pleased an alt-wise Providence to re
move from our midst our well beloved Broth
er, P. G. John R. Brown ; and whereas, his
many moral and social virtues, have given him
an indelible place in our memories, both as a
citizen and a brother of the "mysiic lie;"
and, whereas, our hiuh regard for his memory
renders a pub'ic expression of our love and re
spect suitable and proper, therefore
Resolved, That in the removal of Brother
Brown from among us, to a higher and better
life, Liberty Lodge, No. 96, L O. O. F. has
lost one its most useful members, and the Fra
ternity a highly esteemed and well beloved
Resolved, That as a man, a citizen, anil a
patriotic soldier, he had our fullest confidence.
Resolved, That we deeply sympathize with
the relatives and friends ot our departed broth
er, in the common loss we have sustained,
aud that we hereby tender to them assurances
of our heartfelt sympathy and fraternal regard.
Resolved, That Liberty Lodge be draped in
mourning, and that the officers and members
wear the usual badge of mourning for thirty
Resolved, That Liberty Lodge, No. 96,
owes a debt of lasting gratitude to the officers
of Urbana Lodge, No. 46, 1. O. O. Fn for their
faithful attention and brotherly kindness to
our brother during his late illness.
Resolved, That this Preamble and Resolu
tions be spread on the minutes of the Lodge,
and sent to the papers of Bellelontaine and
Urbana, with the request that the same be
Resolved, That the Secretary of this Lodge
be directed to transmit a copy of these Reso
lutions to the relatives of our deceased broth
er. Respectfully submitted in Friendship, Love
and Truth, B. B. Leonard,
R. E. Gross,
Ii. 11. CUKETIIAM,
A true copy from the minutes.
Attest, Joun Cornell, Sec'y.
Jon Work. Our facilities for doing Job
Work have never been equalled in Champaign
Co. All our materials are 'b.-au' new ; we
print on good pnper, with book ink ; and wo ',
flatter ourselves. that vre can get t:p a bill,
circular, or anything clie, in better stylo than
any other printing office in thia section of
ountry. Give us your orders, and vre will
prove what vro have raid.
The shades of night were falling last
As through a southern village passed
A youth, who bora, not over nice,
A banner with the gay device,
Ilii" hair was rod ; his toes beneath-, ,
Peeped, litre an aeont from its sheath,
While with a frightened voice he sung
A burden strange to Yankee tongue,
He saw no hou-elimd tire, where he
Might warm his tod or hominy ;
Beyond the Cordilleras shone,
And from his lips escaped a groan,
" O, stay," a cullered pusson said,
"An' on dis bosom res' your head !"
The Octoroon she wiulied her eye,
But still he answered, with a sigh,
- . Skedaddle!
" Beware McCitllan, Buell and Banks,
Beware of Halleck's deadly ranks !"
This was the planters's last good night ;
The chap replied, far out of sight,
At break of day, as several boys
From Maine, New York and Illinois,
Were moving southward, In the air
They heard these accents of despair,
A chap was found, and at his side
A bottle, showing how he died ;
Still grasping in his hand of ice
That banner with the strange device,
Thire in the twilight, thick and gray,
Considerably played out he lay ;
And trhongh the vapor, gray and thick,
A voice fell, like a rocket stick,
- ' TanVy Fair.
Atlantic and Great Western Railroad.
Work has been commenced on this road near
Orangeville, on the fine between Trumbull
county, Ohio, and Mercer county, Pa.
The West Greenville Democrat says work
is expected to begin near that place in a few
days. There is now every prospect that the
enterprise will be rapidly pushed to comple
tion. The Portage Conn ty Democrat says : "Work
on the A. & G. W. R. R. has been commenc
ed in this township, on a sub contract taken
by Alfred Kellogg.
Advertisements for men and materials to be
used in Summit County on the Broad G. u re
appears in the Akron Beacon. Springfield
Esq., Champaign Co., by Rev. A. J. Stubbs,
0. R. Auten, M. D. to Miss Maggie A. Bark
L,,-'u' AoESTs.-We desire to secure the
. -r v l I. . . 4 i i
Os the 5th inst, at the Baptist Parsonage
by Rev. John C. Bonham, Mr. John Finney
and Miss Mary Ann Haines.
On the 9th inst, at the same, and by the
same, Mr. Charles P. Willis and Miss Eliza
On the 10lh itisL at the residence of Mr. F.
Clapsaddle, by the same, Mr. Frederic L. Cra-
cr of Clarke County and .Miss Martha Frantz
May I jih, at the resilience of Perry Daniel.
le r,-"i'"ic P-" w
cur rarcr m svery town aud township of this
r',lJ adJ'-c counties. Any one willing to
cccnt an aSeli(v- or knowing of any other
ild be. will confer a favor bv
immediateh addressing us. We will compen
sate Agents to their entire satisfaction.
Read all the advertisements. We publish
none but those which are worthy your atten
tion and perusal.
STATE OF ISAIAH FUSOS, DECD.
Notice is hereby rtvcn, that the subscriber has been
appointed and qualiiled as Aumiuietrakor of the estate
ol Isaiah Fnsou. lata of Champuisrn Countv. dee'd.
June 11, 18hS-3w. GEORGE FISHER.
r??-TO CONSUMPTIVES, THE ADVERTISER,
having been restored to health in a fuw weeks by a
very simple remedy, after having suffered several yeare
with a severe lung alTection, and that dread disease.
Consumption ia anxious to make known to his fel
low gufferere the means of cure.
To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the pre
scription used (free of charge.) with the directions for
preparing and using the same, which they will find a
Sure Ccke For Consitmptiox, Astasia, Bronchitis,
Ac. The oulv object of the advertiser in sending the
Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and spread in
formation which he conceives to be invaluable, aud he
hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost
lucui nothing, and inav prove a blessing.
REV EDWARD A. WILSON.
Wiliamsburh, Kings County, Xew Vork.
JOBS H. JAMES. ...HESRT T. NILES. . .JOHN H JAXZS, Jll.
JAMES, NIL.ES & JAMES,
Office in Urbana Insurance Company Building
May 25. 1863-tf.
No8. 221 East Twontytlurd street and
173 and 175 Grand street & 215 Centre street.
Established 133S. NEW YORK. Established 1838.
This Establishment has been in successful operation
84 years, and is the Largest of the kind iu the United
States. We have on hand or manufacture to order v
ery description of
Looting Class, Picture & Pertrait Frames,
Plain and Ornanmental Pier, Wall, Oval & Man
tel Glasses Connecting Cornice, Base &
Bracket Tables, with Marble
Slabs, Toilet glas
Moui-dinos roR Picttrk FRAME, in lengths suitable
for transportation, either G'UL. Bcrling, Zosetrotxt. Out,
Zebra, Biniteie, JJnhociany, Ac. Our new manufacto
ry and extensive facilities, enable ns to funifeh any ar
ticle iu our line as good as the bu( and as durap as the
Dealers arc Invited to call
upon ns when they visit New York. We claim to be
able to supply them with every article in our line which
they can possibly rMi'iire, at prices lower thau they caa
Ordere by mail a'lriuUd to with prorptuets. Do not
fail to call u:Itn. you t'.is i Sew Yot k.
OfQce and Warerooms, No. 215 Centre street, N. Y.
n1-3ml HORACE V. S1GLKR. Acent.
JJAPJ'ER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE.
One Copy for One year f 3 00
Two Copies " ' " 5 00
Three or more copies, one year, each 2 00
nd jn extra copy,
tor every Ciab of ten sun
Harper' Weekly and Harper's Abjujna, together
one year, 4 00.
ThaTostage upon Harper's M42:flo mutt b paid
at the office wlurt it it r&xiwd. 1 ae Kobtoge ia TMf
HARPER A SOOTHERS, Fob.
1 rauMin Kanarc, N. Y.
Q oca gumtt gap r.
INDEPEUDEHT V8 ALL SUBJECTS,
Foreign and Domestic News, Literature,
Science, Agriculture, Mechanics,
Education, Matters of
Every Wednesday Ev'ng;
West Side North Main street, Near the Square,
JOHN W. IIOUX,
ONE DOLLAR, PER ANNUM I
IN" ADVANCE ;
Two Dollars, if not paid in Advance.
The Urbaxa Uxiox will to a com-
plete Family Paper, second in merit and
interest to no other country journal iu
Will bimr In m!ud :
We have all the facilities, in the waj
of Presses and Printing Material, to do
any and all kinds of
BOOK AND JOB PRIMING!
Very Shortest Notice !
THE HOST REASONABLE TERMS
The war is destined to a speedy close,
and the business of the country must be
revived. Money is more abundant than
it has ever been known in the loyal states,
and wo propose to go in and EARN our
share to make a respectable livelihood.
If you. waat & Sellable K ewspaper,
or hayeany kind of Business
to Advertise, or any
kind of a Job
URBANA UNION OFFICE:
JHEV GO RIGHT TO THE SfOIti
stoi your couonr
PURIFY TOtTR BREATH !
THRU AT CONFECTIONS!
GOOD FOR CLERGTSIEX.
GOOD FOR LECTURERS,
GOOD FOR PCBUC SPEAKERS,
GOOD FOR SIXGERS, ',
GOOD FOR COXSUMPTTVES.
SPALDING'S THROAT CONNECTIONS.
t-U31E3 ARJt DELIGHTED VCTS)
SP.lLDIStl'S THROAT CONFECTIONS.
' children cut Ton
SPALDING'S THROAT COXFKCTIGX8.
They relicTe a Congh instantly.
They elear the Throat. ?
They give strensrth and volume to the Toite,
They impart a dcliciona aroma to the breath.
They are delightful to the taste. - . .
They are made of simple herbs and cannot harm any
I adriao every one who hae a Cough or a Boaky
Voice or a Bad Breath, or any difficulty of the Throat
to get a package of my Throat Confections; they will
relieve yon inetastly, and yon will agree with ma
that " they go right to the spot." Ton will find Litem
very nsefu! and pleasant while traveling or Attending
pahlic meetings for stilling yoar Conga or aHaying
your thirst. If yon try one package, I am aafe in say
ing that yon will ever afterwards consider them iBtlia
pensable. Yon will find theoi at the DraggbU and
Dealers in Medicines.
PRICE TXVEXTT-FITi: CEXTS.
My signature la on each package. All others are
A Package will be sent by mail, prepaid on receipt
of Thirty Cents. Address
HENRY C. SPALDING,
48 CEDAR STREET, XTW YORK.
SICK HEADACHE. ;
i CEPHALIC PILLS
; NERVOUS HEADACHE.
t'r7By the use of these Pills the periodic attack of
Nervons or Sick Headache may be prevented ; and if
taken at the commencement of an attack immediate
relief from pain and sickness will be obtained.
They seldom fail in removing the Kuuaea aud Head
ache to which females are bo subject.
They act gently upon the bowels removing Coetive
nesa. For Literary Ken, Students, Delicate Females, and
all persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a
Laxative, improving the appetite, giving tone and vig
or to the digestive organs, and restoring their natural
elasticity and strength to the whole system. -
The CEPHALIC PHILLS are the result of long in
vestigation and carefully conducted experiments,
having been iu use many years, during which time
they have prevented aud relieved a vast amount of
pain and suffering from Headache, whether originat
ing In the nervous pvetcm or a deranged state of th
They are entirely vegetable in their composition,
and may be taken at all times with perfect safety, with
out making any change of diet, and the absence of
any disagreeable taste renders it eaey to administer
them to children.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS t
t?7 ' The genuine hove five signatures of
on each box.
Sold by Drugsista and all other dealers in Medieinea.
A box will be sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of Use
Price, 25 'Cents.
All orders should be addressed to
HUN uy c. SPALDETO, ' .
48 CEDAR STREET, NEW TORE.
fS single bottle of
SPALEINS'S PiUPASKJ BUS
will save ten times its cost
Spalding's Prepared Glue
Spalding's Prepared Glue
Spalding's Prepared Gluo
SAVE THE PIECES.
ECONOMY! DISPATCH I
tr?'A SUtch In Time saves "Ine.'aJ
As accidents will happen, even In well regulated
families, It is very desirable to have some cheap and
convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crock
SrALDlXGS TEE PARED glue
Meets all inch emergencies, and no household can af
ford to be without it. It is always ready aid up to
I the sticking point.
USEFUL IS EVERY nOUSE.".
". B. A Brush accompanies ca.'h "uoule. "
AduTC3S - .-
48 C'LDAR STREET, NEW YORK.
Aa certain unprincipled persons ace aem.Cir.g to
palm off on the unsuspecting public Imitations of my
PREPARED GLUE, I woaldcaattan aH persons to ex
amine before purchasing, aid Mft that the full same
BPALDLXG'S PREPARED GLUE! .
5a on the ou??iie vfTiji,-ti !1 otners ar twuitilU;;