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run, A.UI tommt Suekub.
Flour, per bbl. .
Flour, extra "..
Wheat, pr bush
$4.75 Oats, per bush..
5.00 ftirley "
bO Clover see d
40 Timothy " ....
Hay, per ton
Corn, per bushel, 25
Beef, per pound,
Coffee, per lb 82 S25
' ' uaia
Molasses, N. O. 60
Potatoes, pr. bu. So
White Fish, Ji bbl, 4,00
F.js, pr. do. 6
67 Dried Applesoft, 8
Yheat, 90 ..(1.00
Barley W 5
Clover Seed, . .4.75.35.00
, ..J5.00ff5.80 I Cora SW
... L10 21.SO OaU
7Vt3S2 I Whiskey,...
80aU5 i Beef, 4.753,-.o0
Flour, .. .
SANDUSKY, DAYTON & CINCIN'Tl R. R.
On and after May 5, 1S62, Trains will pass this
(Urbana) station, as follows :
Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays..
Through Freight, every day
.10.45, k. M.
.io.ao, P. M.
. 5.40, a. X.
. LOO, "
2.20. P. K.
.0.20, a. M.
Way do lacsaays, mum Z,
Through Freight, every day, -
United States Express Messenger on the Mail
trains, only. JAS. P. PINDAR, Agent.
COLUMBUS, PIQUA AND INDIANA R. R.
On and after May 29, lsbii, Trains will leave Ur
bana, as follows :
Ko 1, Express 8:40, A. M.
i0 a a:l3 l- M-
No 3, Express, 6:B5. A. M,
No 4, " - r- M"
JAS. H. BROWN, Agent
t rtr -Tf-TT West Court SL
Rev. L. H. Lonj, Pastor. Services every Sab-
i . : IT .. . 11 u 7 M
Dain. 11 w in n . i. . - - -
Sabbath School at 1.45, P. M.
Lecture and Social Prayer lieeting on W ednes
day evening, at 7 o'clock.
E. V Lithehas CncBCH. Sooth-East corner
Court and Waluut Streets. Rtv. i. V. Scvering
lwns. Pastor. Services every lker Sabbath.
Hours : 11. a. . , P- M-
Sabbath School at 9, a. M.
1st Metu. E. Cbi-bcb. South-West corner
Church and North Main Streets. Kcv. C. W.
Sear3, Pastor. Servivea every Sabbath. Hours :
11, A. M.. 7, P.M.
l .1.1. ..U CA.A..l O . r
General Class Meeting, Monday evening, at i
Regular Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening,
at 7 o clock.
2n Metil E. Chi'bch. East Water Street
Rev. J. M. Robinson, Pastor. Services every
B:bb.itn. Hours : 11, a. u. ; 7, P. M.
Sabbath School at 2, P. M.
General Class Meeting, Monday evening, at 7
Baptist Cantrn. Eat Conrt Street. Rev. J.
C. Bonham, Pator. Services every Sabbath.
Iloirs, 11, a. M., 7, p. K.
Sabiwth School at tt, a. M.
Prayer Meeting, Weddiy evening, 7 o clock.
Enscorjx Culbcu. Corner Scioto and Ken
Ion Streets. Rev. Ciuuininu'8, Fastor. Ser
vices every fourth Sabbath, Hours : 11, A M., 3.
New Cnuncn. North-west corner South Main
and Reynolds street. Rrv. J. T. Eaton, Pastor
Services every Sabbath. Hour: 11, A. M.
Catholic Cncccu. John Street. Pev.
Kearney, Priest Services every Sabbath.
, Hours : 11 a. m.
Associate Reformed Chtrcj. West Market
Member of Congress, .
Common Pleas Judge,
Senator, . . .
Clerk Common Pleas,
Prosecuting Attorney, .
Coroner, . - .
. A. P. Howard.
. A. F. V ance.
. Levi trwer.
Samson P. Talbot
. Decatur Tnlbott
C. H. Ward.
David M. Fishex.
Jas. Q. Baird.
. Thomas Chance.
John W. HUt,
. Jacob Zouibro.
Trustees, . . . . J- H. Patrick,
Wm. McDonald, Robt K. ColwelL
Treasurer. . . . Thos. H. Berry.
Clerk, ' James G. Orteiu
J. p.'s, . . N. Rhodes, Wm. Patrick.
Nonstable Jacob Zombro,
J. C Jones, John Thomas, John C. Tabor.
Jlayor William Patrick.
fTonneh. . . George B. Coulter, Griflith
Eilis, 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. Buser, E, B. Patrick, A. J.
Guthndge, John Kussell, Secretary.
Sopthb Mia-via Cincinnati. Lonisville. 8t
Louis, fcc Closes at a.00,p. u.; arrives at 10 Z0,.
Al! Lttnrs. te.. for Southern. 8onth-Eastern
and South-Westero Ohio, Southern Indiana and
Illinois, 6outb-Western States, and the Territo
ries, wit h Letters (only) for California, &c, rirt O
rerland Route, iro in tiiis maiL
Northern Mail fii Toledo and Cleveland.
Closes at 10:1.-1, a. M. ; arrives at 2:0o, p. m., daily.
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ern Ohio, North-Western States, New York, New
Jersey, the New England States, Canada, Ac,
Foreign Countries, and California, &c, via Pana
ma, go in tins maiL
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p. m.; arrives at 8:30, a. m daily.
Letters for Central and Eastern Ohio, Pennsyl
Tania, Maryland, Vinrinia, Washington, and the
gonthorn Atlantic States, eo in this mail.
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Letters for Western Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Io
wa, itc, ge in this maiL
Mutual Mail -for Mntmxl, Rosedale and Dar
by Plains (and Mechanicsbnrg, on days mention
ed). Arrive Tuesdays; departs Monday s.
If. AMBROSE, Postmaster;
Wm. Rhodes, Deputy.
jDVEETISE a THE
Prosper in your Business
URBANA UNION. CITY AND COUNTY.
The question has been asked, whether
the Urbana Union will be a permanent
paper. We answer that it is do tempor
ary thing ; it is meant to be permanent.
It makes 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 Urbana Union will do its
duty, and will keep good its word.
I. O. F.'s Pic-Nic.
TnR Committee of the Odd Fellows' Pic-1
Nic Association met on the 10th inst., and re
solved to hold their Annual Pic-Xic at Spring
Creek Grove (Magrew farm, four miles West
of Urbana, on C. P. & I. R. R) on the third
W"ednesday(l 6th) of July. All members of
the order are invited to attend.
The Committee met last Saturday and com
As excellent variety of good reading will
be found on our first page.
No further particulars this (Wednesday)
morning from the CGth.
Funeral Noncr. The funeral of Mr. Ev
ans Glenn will take place to-morrow, 3 o'
clock, P. II. Services at his residence.
The price of pas in TJibana is to be reduced
next September from $4.00 to $3.50 per 1000
The Continentals are recommended by the
leading papers everywhere. You must not
miss the present opportunity to hear them.
Da. B. B. Leonard, of West Liberty, is
Surgeon of the 64th Ohio. Our friend, the
Doctor, is just the riglit man in the right place.
Dispatches received from General McClel-
lnn, dated 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon, state
that no special movement had takeu piace.
Ol'R Jim took a quar'cr of a pound of fine
cut. at a " cliew." and lifted 75 pounds of shot
with his teeth, the other dav.
Evert true hearted American is proud of
Independence Day anil its associations let ns
show onr respect and pride for it this year, by
a glorious celebration !
Personal. Among the lesral gentleman in
attendance at Court this week we notice
Lieut Governor Stanton and lion. R. B. War
den, ex-judge of the Supreme Court of Ohio.
We notice it reported that a number of se
eeh women have been confined since Gen
Butler's arrival in New Orleans. We hope
they " are doing as well as could be expect
ed." The members of the West Liberty Union
Suhonl give an exhibition Friday evening in
Roberts' Hall, in that place, for the benefit of
the Soldiers' Aid Society. Admittance 10
PmNTirE savs two geographical discoveries
are vet to be m:tde the source of the Niger
and the ' last ditch."
The " la-,t ditch" doesn't need to be discov
ered. It is the place where all rebels go to
anc is gi-nerallv known as " hell."
The Dailv Nashville Union.-We welcome
ihis livi. neat and spicy paper to onr exchange
list ; and wish for it a life as long as the Great
C.iion. the ca;:se of which it so ably and elo
quently ad ocat.es. It has MERcr(er) lor the
rebels and yet U "rayther'' Mercernary to
wards them. Success to all loyal Ustos pa
pers such as our namesake of Nashville.
The Sandusky Register calls us a " happy
editor" because we had strawberries last week
just as if strawberries " or any other" arti
cle of sweetness cnuld make an editor happy;
'though some imagine that a caliker dress with
sulhin' in it will drown the cares and troubles
of " the man of the people I" We don't see
It is said any number of lawyers are candi
dates for the Colonelcy and Lieutenant Colo
nelcy of the 80th Regiment; amonj these is
ATlison of Bellefontaine. Allison will be the
Colonel so says a gentleman just from theie.
Good for Bellefontaine 1 the lone village has
not had a good official lift for more than two
weeks past. Mayxcillc Press.
X pointed hit, mv lord !
Union Pic-Nic. Preparations hnve been
made for the holdintr of a Union Picnic, at
Baker's Lake, near Mechanicsburg, Champaign
County, Ohio, on Saturday June 21st, 1862.
for the benefit of the Ladies' Soldiers' Aid So
ciety. The grounds have been kindly tender
ed for the use of the Society by the proprie
tor, and boat riding on the Lake will form an
a'tractive amusement Music will be in at
tendance, and everything necessary to make
the occasion one of pleasure, will be provi
ded, An extra half fair train will probably
We are pleased to receive again the San
dusky Register, one of the neatcsl and best
conducted papers in Ohio. As our readers
were informed the Register office was des
troyed by fire several weeks ago, but through
the generosity of the Sanduskians, the ener
getic and enterprising spirit of the proprietors,
and those " faot" specimens of American ge
nius, Hoe'a cylinders, we hnve our contempo
rary brighter than ever. And to it and all
its office attaches we wish luck typeical of the
The Coktisestals one of the most pleas
ing troupes of vocalists and instrumentalists
will give one of their choice concerts in Union
Hall, next Monday evening, 23d. The troupe
has been reorganized and greatly augmented;
the press and the people are loud in praises of
Master Yarudley, the violinist is pronounc
ed equal to Vonng Lewis (an old favorite here
now a grocer in Chicago) ; Mr. Towne, as
a tenor and bafladist, meets with enconiums
everywhere; the flute solos ot Mr. Aiusworth
are ''superb," a contemporary guys; while
the ineomoarable basso, Mr. Watson, needs
no recommendation from ue hf is an old
and popular musical " familiarity'' in Urbana,
nad his voice "sings" not for itself, but for the
good of the music-lover. Do not fhil to hear
the Continentals ucst UoctV' e.vcaiEj.
LET US CELEBRATE THE FOURTH!
The people of Urbana and vicinity are
determined to have a good, old fashioned
Celebration on the Fourth of July, 18G2
a year in which the associations of the
day have become doubly dear to every
loyal American. !
God, in His Wisdom, Goodness end
Justice, has showered blessings without
number on lis as a Nation; yet never
since His guiding hand caused the Fath
ers of the Revolution to seal the com
pact which gave to the world a Govern
ment in which man possesses certain ina
lienable rights, among which are life,
liberty and the pursuit of happiness,
have we had as mueh to celebrate in re
spect for, in honor of, to rejoice over and
give thanks for as in the year which
finds 600,000 patriots in the field crush
ing a Rebellion that would seek to de
stroy the liberties made and handed down
by the Men of '76 1
Celebrate in respect for all the remem
brances of the Day that made us a Na
tion one and inseperable !
Honor thus the Heroes of the Coun
try's Past; the Heroes of the Present!
Rejoice over the Gloriona Victories of
Liberty and Right against Rebellion and
And give thanks to the God of Battle3
and justice for His omnipresence with,
and care over, us as a People !
To this end the citizens of Urbana
and vicinity are called npon to meet at
the Court House nest Saturday evening,
21st inst., to make the proper arrange
ments. Every man possessing patriotic
feelings will be present !
From Company H. 86th Regiment.
CAMP CHASE, June 17, 1862.
Ed. Union. The 8Gth Reriment O. "V. L
loaves Camp Chase to-morrow morninr.
Three davs rations have just bepn issued, and
we expect to be far d;wn in " Skedaddledom"
bv the time thev are nil gone. The 8Rth is
commanded bv Col. Barnabas Burns of Mans
field. Ohio. He has had little or no exnen
.... , . - , t
ence as a militarv man, nnr. iunrin irnm ins
fine natural abilities he will, doubtless, make
an elioient offler.
We are not certain whether our destination
will be Cumberland, Md . or Western Virgin
ia. We are assured however, that we are
soon to see active service in the Enemv's
Country; this is what we enlisted for and just
what we want Indeed, we have as brave
and just as good looking set of boys at ever
left old Champaijrn, and onr officers are exert
ing their utmost powers to make it the bet
company in the Ee-riment. In the selection
of non-commissioned ofTicprs great care has
been exercised in order that the company
mi 'ht bavp the benefit of havine experienced
nvd en:ci"nt drill-masters. Onr orderly Jno.
M. Rnssell. is one of the best, fellows alive
and I mav safely say that our Reiiment can
boast no better man for that position than
Jno. Russell of company H. But each one
strives to do his whole duty and a more jolly,
wood natured, well-behaved company I nev
So far we have ben blessed with good
health, which, yon know, in camp is desired
above all things. I had almost fonrotten to
nv that we are nrrm'd. and tboromrhlv ef lin-
prd. When T write arrain it will be from
some point d'wn in " Dixie." Delta.
Company H. 86th Regiment O. V. I.
CaTiHin Wm Mati!
lt I.ient Fpanx CntNf-n
2d Lieut Amos RirnARESON
1st -T M Ttnsscll 4th .Too P TCnicrht
?d Ed r THvies 5th Tbos W Organ
L H Miller
2d Chas W Rllev fith I.emn"l M Neal
3d R O MrTarlaad Tth M. C Powell
4th Jno Tavlor 8th Chas M Boone
Acton .To P
Aeton W C
Bonlton W "
fluorides A F
Biles E C
Barchus T. II
Clork Jno W
Chesnev T W
Compton 8 IT.
Grove W H
Oearhart H F.
Hnmnhrpvs T II
TTaTiersprt I) TV
TTatflelr J M
Johnson F. C
Kenton W H
Konrrs T A
Larue J F
Morrow Tnac L
Mavwell P F
MeNemar R R
MAlevfindir Wm L
Niehels Jnmes L
Owens W TT H
Owens J W
Orean B 8
Pan"le James F
Russell Jno D
Fawlin n W
Piddle S W
Roek F T,
Rtokes Cilvin L
Pnnth H C
Stcenhanrer f? W
Ster-hena W TT
Thompson E M
Tnrnpr John M
Vincent George M
Willis Oarles P
Welsh J W
Isform atiox WANTin. On the evening of
Saturday, 31st of May, Mr. Geo. W. Went
worth's (residing two miles south of West
Liberty) horse was taken from a hitching post
in front of Gump's bakery in Urbana by some
person unknown. Mr. W., in consequence,
had to go home with a friend whom he was
fortunate enough to meet ; and short'y after
his arrival there the horse came in "minus"
saddle, bridle and blanket The saddle, was
a quilted one patent spring stirrups ; hone
b'an:;et regular woolen ; bridle light (color).
Any person giving information which will
lead to the discovery of the missing articles
will receive a due reward from Mr. W.
Address at West Liberty, or the Editor
this paper, Urbana.
M-Joit Hill. Jos. Hill, Jr., of this place,
late Chief Engineer of the Atlantic and Great
Western Railroad, has been appointed by
Governor Tod. to the Majority of Use 45ih
Ohio, f which Benj. P. Rankle is Colonel.
Mr. Hill's qualifications are admirable for the
place ; his tHCt and energy will command re
spect and insure success in any position ; while
from Ids ability as an engineer he will have
few if any equals in the service from Ohio
a planning and skillful officer. We shall ex
pect a good account of the 45th under such
oSEcars as Colonel Runkle and Major Hill.
Scdsck:be for the Urbana Union; one dollar
e vi' ie edvsuc
We have no v'""1 t5le fa;t tllat pvluci- j
pally by the firm 1C3S of our Auditor, Mr. j
Talbot, the County ; printing is being done :
this year ftt honest prices, making such j
savings as the followi.S l the ta-Fiy-j
eis of the county : t
Assessor's blanks, $9,VjU3tead of 590 J
Laws not published aniy not paid f..r. i
it.stead of S23G pid to tfi C II. C. I
printers for procuring a dirt Cleveland
extra at a cost of id ; v
And we have no doubt but tvbat the
Tax Notice will be printed for abot ?20
instead of 5177,50.
We find the Gazette printer gives
up these fat jobs with a very ill gracV
In aD article (June 12) headed 'Mean he'
mentions the fact that some county of
ficial has been found "iceale enough" to
deprive the County Leeches of the coun
ty's money and threatens all such "weak"
individuals with perpetual hostility. Was
ever such an exhibition made ? What !
Tell our county officers, plainly, violate
your sworn duty and give us a chance to
fleece the tax-payers of the county, and
take our votes and fulsom enlogies : Do
you sworn duty honestly, and get the
printing done tor the county, as you
would for yourselves, where it will be done
cheapest and best and expect only hostili
ty nd abuse from us. We doubt if the
very essence of public peculation and
corruption was ever uttered in language
of such shameless plainness.
The Union says to the county officers
you have been selected for your pres
ent places because your fellow citizens
looked upon you as fair, honest men ;
you have taken a solemn oath and given
bond to do your duty faithfully and we
only ask you to do it. If we can do your
printing as cheap and well as any one
else we expect to do it ; if not, we shall
look upon you as but little better than
perjured and unworthy of public confi
dence if you give it to us. Do your
duty faithfully without fear or favor and
you have our support ; favor us or any
one else in violation of your sworn duty
to the tax-payers of the county, and ex
pect not our personal hostitity for the
Union has no personal quarrels but ex
pect to meet your own acts face to face
in plain language in the columns of the
TnE Disaster to thk 66th. The intelligence
came Monday evening by the afternoon pa
pers of the C6ih's being engaged in the bloody
fight at Port Republic, Va., on the 9th inst.,
in which Shields' advance was defeated by
Jackson. The news was agonizing to many
hearts. All expected something more cheer
ing from the 66th in its first engagement
jet we know that Champaign's regiment
lought only as brave man can fight, and caused
a loss to the enemy far greater than their own
We write in haste, giving the names of the
killed, wounded and missing from latest re
ports by all sources before going to press :
Company A John K. Briney, Andrew
Black, G. L. Chidesler, M. W. Hurst, Levi
Gladden. Z. B. Jones.
Company C Jacob Cox, John F. Benshoof.
Michael Alexander, Jacob Olwine.
Company D William P. Bain. W. A. Fur
guson, S. J. Rock. Elliott Williams.
Company F William Bates. John Fresh
water, Jeremiah Nicholson, Levi Wolford.
Company G John B. McGowan.
Company II C. B. Reams.
Company I S. Baxter, jr., Lewis Keight-
Company A William Campbell, John W.
H. Conrad. George B. Light, James C. Read,
John II. Stokes, James W. Smith. W. E. Best,
Newton Forsylb, James W. Horn, Thomas
B. Park, Pa'rick Howard, David Cruig, Ernst
Company C Capt. S. T. McMorran, John
T. Northern. Patrick Whalen, Bcnj. Barman,
Lewis Cay lor.
Company D Lieut. John O. Dye. Ord.
Sergt. Theodore Stansbury, Michael Hisey,
William Scott, Adam Haius, J. F. Blakeley,
II. G. Smith, M. K. Morrow. D. H. Terrell,
D. Sirks. W. McCormick, S. Tenney, A. Mc
Corkle, F. M. Henry.
Company E Richard Plunkett, James Q.
Fleming, Levi Sampson, Vance M. Pendleton,
Jas. B. Hodges, Smith J. Shafer, Dan R. Tip
ton. Company F Capt. John Cassil, Lieut. L.
W. Smith, W. H. Loveless, Ord. Sergt John
Rathbnn, George McGregin, A. G. Bethard,
W G. Freshwater, Emory Lorinj, Edward
Cody. Henry Draper, Alonzo Humes, Thomas
Kent. J. II. Ryan.
Company Ci Capt J. Q. Baird.
Company K Robert W. Boyd, Chas. Tur
ner, Jas. FrankenSeld, David MoiTison, Alva
Rhodes, David Justice.
Company I Charles Davis, J. M. Cookes,
Henry Ames. Oliver Craig, Dwight Horr,
Rubt. M. Kelch, Charles Davis.
Jos. W. Hitt, R. H. Russell,
Capt. V. Horr, C. Sowed,
Lieut. W. A. Sampson, N. nerrington,
" B. F. Ganson, S. R. Rock,
Capt. J. G. Palmer, Sam!. Jamison,
' T. J. Buxton.
Total uiissim: 107.
Politics or Oca Generals. We find an
article under this caption in the Seneca Ad
vertizer of last week, which contains a few
errors which we correct. Those italicized be
long to the opposite party named ;
Among those understood to be of Demoi
cratic antecedents are. the following: Mc
Clellan, Halleck, McDowell, Butler, Dix,
Wool. Burn,r,ide, Bue'.l, Shields, Mansfield,
Keys, Ueinlzelman, Franklin, C. F. Smith,
(deceased,) Lander, (deceased,) Anderson,
Rose n crans, Denver, Siurgis, G. A. Thonaas,
W. T. and T. W. Sherman. Grant, the Mo
Cooks, ilcClcrnand, Crittenden, Logan, Rous
seau, Nelson, Wyraan, 1. 1. Stevens, Mulligan,
Sickles, Colonels Corcoran, Geary, and Jed".
Among those of Republican antecedents:
Fremont, Banks, Sumner, Lane, pope, Curtis,
Phelps,Tyler, Scbenck, Hunter. Prentiss.Gov.
fr.rfn. IVrry, Tisrry. King, and Pierce.
Taxation for 1302 The Countt Lew.
The "Act prescribing the rates of taxation for
State, County, Township, City and other pur
poses," passed by the General Assembly April
30, 1302, fixes the State, levy at the following
rat'js : -Gi.
e.a;. Rpvexve. For General Expen
se.", o:ie mil! 1.
&.VKISO Fcm For payment of principal
and i.;ieret ot t!.s State Debt, one
nv'J a:i 1 ;.-ir -'.emhs.. 1.40
Was Frso. For payment of princip?l
and interest of the " Union Loan,"
seven-twentie'.hs of a mill . .25
School Fond. For the support of Com
mon Schools, one mill aod three-
Total for State purposes
By Act of Feburary 13, 1361, (Laws of
1861, pasre 9.) for the relief of fam
ilies of Volunteers, three-fifths of a
Usri."ED State? Tax.. By act of April
5, 1862, (Laws of 1S62, page 52,)
dfect tax levied by Congress, one
milVand three quarters
ToVal to be collected by County
TreasuVers Qd paid into the State
The second' section ot the Act of April 30th
1862, authorize County Commissioners to
levy for county purposes, (not including road,
bridge, building, por purposes, nor for the
payment of the county debt and interest,)
such rate as the Co.mmiasiouers may deter
mine to be necessary, not exceeding the aver
age of the following rates, viz: On the first
$1,000,000 of taxable property, three mills;
on the second $1,000,000, wo mills; on the
excess over $2,000,000, up to $0,000,000, one
and one-half mills; and on any excess of val
uation over six million dollars, one mill. Thus,
if a county have ten million dollars valuation,
the levy cannot exceed three mills on one
million dollars ; two mills on one million dol
lars ; one mill and a half on four million dol
lar; and one mill and a half on four million
dollars, the average of which is one mill and
a half, so that a county having a valuation of
ten million dollars, cannot levy more than one
and a half mill3 or fifteen thousand dollars for
The Commissioners of Chimp, in pursuance
of the law, hive fixed the rate of taxation to
be levied on all taxable property for the year
1862, for county poor and other purposes, as
For ordinary countv pur-ioses,
" Bridge purposses,
" Relief of Soldiers' Families,
" Payment of Surplus Revenue,
" Delicious," again. Our friend Lay bourne,
of Union, who presented us with the splen
did strawberries last week, dropped in ttpon
us Monday with a fine lot of cherries of the
varieties 'Governor Wood' and ' Alton'. For
deliciousness of flavor we never tasted any
that equalled the former varie y ; while the
latter were far above ''par" as regarded size and
taste. Mr. Laybourae has cultivated almost
every variety of cherry, and gives his opinion
in favor of the ' Gov. Wood' several of which,
of this year's growth measured 2 inches in
circumference. Our friend L. can raise fruit
and no mistake!
Demochatic Couxtt Convextios. To the
Democracy of Champaign County. Ohio, and
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 J une, 1S62,
as the time for holding the next Democratic
County Convention, at the Co irt House at 1
o'clock, P. M., for the purpose of appointing
Delegates to the State Convention, to beheld
in Columbus on the 4th day of July, 1862.
order of Detnocral ic Central Committee.
W. A. PURTLEBAUGH, Chareman.
There is a consolation to every one who
lost a friend in the G6th, in knowing that he
died in the best cause that an American could
die in, and died, moreover, a brave and loyal
man ! AH honor to the brave hearts who
have fallen a sacrifice on the altar of their
country : " it is sweet to die for one's coun
try." TnE OH Chief of the Miainis, Herman
Fisher, No. 1 Miami street, is in readiness to
to seri-e all his old customers and all new
ones in his agreable manner, with men's and
boys' clothing of the latest styles and at the
lowest war prices. " Drop in," and satisfy
yourself at least Fisher will satisfy you, we
Jon Work. Our facilities for doing 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
Hatter ourselves that we can get up a bill,
circular, or anything else, in better style than
any other printing oiTice in this section of
eountry. Give U3 your orders, and We will
prove what we have said.
A she 3ESZL writes to us that the fight of
our paper caused her dog to fall down in a St.
It does seem to have that effect upon a good
many dogs of both sexes. Prentiet.
TUS C2NMJ5SIA1S !
VOCALISTS & HT3TUUMEITTALIST8,
will give oue of their Brill leu t Musical Entertain
AT UNION IIAT.
02T KQ2IDAY EVE., JUNE 23 J 1533
Tnis company recently reorganiied, comprises the
following tiibtinguiehed Vocaiii4 uti lustramenul
ioU: Mast. J. W. YAHNnirY Violinist acij Baritone.
N. D. W. AWSWOKTii Ffctist
T. MARTIN TOWS Tuicir aad Batfa&nt.
W. B. HIGGIXS Second Tenor.
T. M. WAiaGU...; '. Basso Frofttado.
Forrnlr? a combination of lIotiCAl Talent Beldam
combined Id oue Carupaay.
Cards of Admission ...Mcects.
Chilirea 15 "
No half price.
Doors opeced TH ; concert comaionces at 3, pre
fiiselv. l&" See Ure and small Bills
A. 3. SftOVHiLE, Basiaew Agt
pAItSOJi BltOVTjaOVT'S WONDERFUL work
i. NOW HKADT,
One volume. Contaioictt npword of 4f5 page.
tw!ve upi:ri;'r eiiaviu, au excellent etwl por
trait, cic. ftyv.!ti!uily prfnten. on rie whit? rs;pr.
nJ ijHud-oiiijijv boynd ni murine. Price, $15. Seat
ree, by return mail, on receipt of price
Id c9ry c!t7, toiva V.x-t and cynoty, to tail tiia
tliriiliiitf s-id rerrarkao! work. Address
fiEGRGii W. CH1LD3, Publisher.
8i3 nad 630 Caetiiut-atroct, Philadelphia.
APl'LiUATS A CO., Cincumati.
J0tl tauit gaper.
iEDmiflDErr on all subjects,
Foreign and Domeatio News, liHersiura,
Science, Agriculture, Hecbaaic,
Education, Matters ct
Every "Wednesday Ev'ng;
Wart Side North Kaln atreet, Ieai the Sonars,
JOHN W. HOTJX.
ONE DOLLAR, PER ANNUS!
Two Dollars, if not paid in Advance.
The Urbasa Union will be a com
plete Family Paper, second in merit and
interest to- no other country journal in
Will br in mi:id :
TV "I" MBDXTJM
TTe have all the facilities, in the way
of Presses and Printing Materia!, to do
any and all kinds of
BOOK Al JOB PRIMING!
Very Shox'test Notice !
THE HOST mSOXABII TEES
The war is destined to a speedy Jiose,
and the business of the country must be
revived. Money is ino:,; abundant than
it has ever been fciiown in the loyal states,
and. vra propose to go in and eabn our
share to make a respectable livelihood.
If yoa want a Eeliabla Newspaper,
or have any kind cf Enuueu
to Advertise, or any
kindc a Job
CALL AT T3E
U 3 SANA UNION OFFISS!
BEI QO EIGHT TO TEX 8POTIJ
INSTANT BELIEF I
STOP YOUR CCUGKI
PUMFT YtXTK BREATH I
STRENGTHEN TOUR. VOlCXl
E - '
GOOD FU3 CLH3Yir5,
GOOD FOB LBcrrnERfi,
GOOD FOB PFBLIC S?ASSR3',
GOOD FOR 6ZS0SSA,
GOOD FOB CON3CirPTIVS9.
SPALDING'S TQII OAT COSFECTIOK.
UMM AJtS CtUSSTSS WTT4
SFALDEHC'S THHOil COXFECTI9M
amount car r4m
They relieve a Cough Instantly.
They clear the Throat.
They give strength and volume to the vote,
They impart delicious aroma to the teeath.
They are delightful to the taste.
They are made of simple herbs and cannot ham any
I advise every one who has a Congb or a Enal. J
Voice or a Bad Breath, or aay diCcoity of the Threat
to get a package of my Throat Confections; they will
relieve you instantly, and yoo will agie with na
that "they go ritjhtto the spot" You will Cad Uma
very useful and pbasant while traveling or attecdu
uhlic meeting for stilling your Cough or ailayio(
-our thirst. If you try one package, I am eafa is say
ng that yon will ever afterwards consider themiadis
ensab'.e. Ton wiU find them at the Ercggiats and
Dealers in Medicine.
PRICE TWESTY-FIYE CEXTS.
My signature Is on each package. All others are
A Package will be sent by ma3, prepaid on recent
jf Thirty Cents. Address
43 CEDAR STSEET, KEWTOBS. l
'f-?K Wmr" '"T
SICK HEADACHE. .
tWBs the nse of these Fills the periodic attacts of
Vervons or Sick Headache may be prevented ; and if
"iken at the commencement of an atteck immediate
elief from pain and sickness will be obiained.
They seldom fail in removing the Kauae&and Head
che to which females are so subject.
Tiey act gently npon the bowels removing Cacti ve
na. For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females, and
all persons of sedentary habita, 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 PHILL3 are the result of long In
vestigation and carefully conducted experiments,
aaving been iu use many years, daring which tim
:hey have prevented and relieved a vast amount of
pain and suffering from Headache, vhether originat
ing in the nervous system or a deranged fitste of th
They are entirely vccetaWe in their compositioa,.
and may betaken at all times with perfect safety, with
out making any change cf diet, nud the absence, of
any disagreeable taste renders it easy to adnlniftac
them to children.
- BEWAitE of coraTErtFEra !-
fgr-The geanin hove five signatures of
HENRY C. SPALDING
en each box-
Sold by Druggists ar.dali other dealers in HetScineo..
A box will be sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of the
Price, 25 'Cents.
All orders should bo addreseed to
sehtrt c. spaldikg,
4s cedar street, jtew tor2.
tVA single bottle of
SPALSCIU'S PSEPAm GK2
wm save ten tim9a its eosif
Spaldiijs's Prepared Gluo
Spalding's Trepared Qluo
Spalding's Pyeparod G-ltie
DAVE THE RJECE3.
y'A Stltcb in Time arc Slne.'3
As accidents wia happsn, even iawe3 regnlated
families, it is very desirable to have, acoao cheep and
convenient way for repairing Fnmitni-e, Toys, Crock
SFJLDJXCrS PREPARED 'GLU2
Meets ill rach emergencies, and so bouehoM ess it
ford to be withont it. It is always ready nd up to
the sticking point.
" CSSTTL EVEP.Y EOCSt. .
'J. B. A Bmeh accompanies each bottle, 't'.
PEICE 25 ce:
3 CEDAB ST?.rt:T, "ET7 TORS.
As certain caprin.-.ip'ied persons arc attraptin j to
prJra off on the uniupectin public, imitations of my
PKE?AHi.T) GLCE. I would j.-uticn ail persons to ex
aciin bo.'ore purefcsfiar:, ar.d nee that the fuJ nam
SPALDi;;u'3 GLUE I .
is on the outside r-iT.pr;sr- til ct'.iws are swin.'limg