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Cora, per bushel, 35
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Creeer ut KrvM
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Pork, 4 ' 5jtS
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Mackerel, ' W
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Chickens, ' 1.20
Lard. ' 5M8
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Kev. L. H. Lons, Pastor. Services every Sab
bath. Hours : "ll. A- M., 7, r. M.
Sabbath School at 1.45, P. sc.
Lecture and Social Prayer Meeting on Wednes
day eveninff. at 7 o'clock.
E. V. LrTHERAK Church. South-East corner
Court and Walnut fctreets. nev. a. . m""5
liaus, Pastor. Services every other Sabbath.
Hours : 11, A. t., 7, P. M.
Sabbath School at 9, A. M.
1st Meth. E. Chi-rch. South-West corner
Church and North Mam streets.. Kev. C. v.
tears. Pastor. Servivcs every Sabbalh. Hours :
11, A. M.. 7, P. M.
Sabbath School tt 2, P. M.
- Oeneral Class Meeting, Monday evening, at
Regular Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening,
at 7 o'clock.
2d Meth. E. Cnrncn. East WaW Street.
Rev. J. M. Robinson, Pastor. Services every
balibath. Honrs : 11, A. M. ; 7, P. u.
Sii,h:ith School at s p. M.
General Class Meeting, Monday evenirg, at 7
Baptist CurRcn. Ea?t Court Street Fcv. J.
C. Bouhain, Pastor. Services every Sabbath,
liatirs, ll. A. M , 7, P. M.
Sabbath School at 9, A. M.
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday even'm, 7 o'eloek.
Episcopal Church. Corror Scioto and Ken
Ion Street. Rev. Cuiumhurs, Pastor. Ser
vices every fourth Sabbath. Hours : 11, A. M., 3.
New CnrRca. Torth-wet comer South Main
and Reynolds streets. Kev. J. T. Eatou, Pastor.
Services every Sabbath. Hour: 11, A. M.
Catholic CHi'Hcn.Johii Street. Rev.
Kearney, Priest Services every Sabbath.
Hours :' 11 ail
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Member or Congress, .
Common Pleas Judge,
Senator, . . .
Clerk Common Pleas,
Prosecuting Attorney, .
A. P. Howard.
. A. F. Vance.
. Levi (reiser.
Samscn P. Talbot
. C. H. Ward.
David M. Fiuer.
J as. Q. Baird.
. Thomas Chance,
Samuel Williams, Bcnj;
Jonas Hedge, Wm.
John W. HUt,
Trustee J- H. Patrick,
Wm. McDonald, Robt R. ColwelL
Treasurer, . . . Thos. H. Berry.
Clerk, .... James G. Osrden.
J. P.'s, . . N. Rhodes. Wm. Patrick.
Constable Jacob Zombro,
J. C. Jones, John Thomas, John C. Tabor.
Mavor, .... William Patrick.
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. Toung, Pres.
J. Pi Pindar, W. T. Bnsser, E- B. Patrick, A. J.
Guthridge, John Russell, Secretary.
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CITT A IV 13 COUJTTy,
The question has been asked, whether
the Urbana Union will be a permanent
paper. We answer that it is no 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 wort 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.
Tns Urbana Union has been asked to give
notice for the call of a County Convention to
be held in Urbana on Saturday, 26lh July, for
chosin delegates to a District Convention to
be held at Piqua, on the 6ih of August, for
the nomination of a candidate for Congress.
The Urbana Union is not authorized to do so,
and in its judgement, the District Convention
is premature. The people have not discussed
the matter yet, and this movement must be
meant for the benefit of thosi who expect to
be on hand in time. Champaign county is
only a voting power, and will support a sound
Union man and none other.
We thus make it known that a movement
is on foot for such a meeting, which will no
doubt be held. As the thin" moves on we
will have more to say. Who fixed the time
of meeting at Piqua?
Urbana Collegiate Institute.
Titr examination of the students of this In
stitution will take place on Wednesday. July
9th, commencing at 9 o'clock a. m. All w ho
feel interested are invited to attend.
The Commencement Exercises will be held
in the Chapel of the Institute, Thursday Even
ing, July 10th, at 7J P. m. Porter's Brass
Band has been engaged, and will be present
to enliven the occasion. An admittance ot 10
cents will be charged, the proceeds to be giv
en to the Soldiers' Aid Society. The occasion
will be one of interest, and we hope our cili-
zons will, as heretofore, favor it with their
Several local and other items are deferred.
The remaining members ot the G6'h's band
arrived home to-day all in good health.
Ocr thanks are due Miss Ella Pence for
some tastefully arranged clierry boqnets.
Rev. J. F. Chalfast, formerly of thisplacei
is Chaplain of Col Runkle's 45th Regiment
a very excellent man for the place.
Do not forget the " Commencement Exer
cises" at the Seminary to-morrow evening
wi;b its many attractions.
We haVti a letter from the 83th to-day; too
late for this week's issue; will appear in our
TnE Fourth passed off" in Urbf.na without
any demonstration in the way of celtbiting
it. The boys, as usual, made the day noi.-y
by a miscellaneous burning of powder, and
our business men, very commendably showed
their respect for the day by closing their stores.
Rev. Adam Bowers, of this place, preached
two sermons in West liberty last Sabbath,
which were received with great tnvor. In
deed, it was the popular expression that no
sermons had been better delivered in that (XI.
E.) church for some time. Mr. Bowers prom
ises much in his profession and for doinggood.
With the Fourth came hot wwt'her oho'
that, onr Jim declares that lie can cok egrs
by laying them in the window near wl.:-'hhe
stands " setting !" This is doubtless an " ex
aggeration ;" but it is neverthe!e-s so hot that
ifspecu'ator would come around selling Green
land in chunks he would we believe realize a
fortune in this part of the Kedntry." Oh
Our Summer won't last all the year!
SxiDBlif kins to Simkins the other day when
the latter and every " other man" in Urbana
were excited over the War news : ' keep
cool, my boy I" " How in thunder can a fel
low keep cool with the refrigerator 90 in the
shade." replied Simkins, sorrowfully, as the
" sweat of his brow" trickled gleefully ofi" bis
nose ; " Oh, for a cot in some vast ."
" Ice house," added Blif kins ; " there's where
you'd keep cool, my boy I"
TnE Season.- We continue to chronicle the
perfection of the reason perfect in all the
crops perfect in weather, for receiving the
liarvest in full ripeness. The smaller fruits
have been brought in for sale in profusion and
sold at low rates. Cherries are unusually
abundant and it pleasant to see persons re
turn from lite country with their day's pick
ing which cost them only the labor of gather-
A bachelor friend of ours, was entrapped
the other day not in the meshes of matri
mony, but in a more " embarrassing" position,
probably. Going into an out-house of a lot
on which several buildings "front" (one of
which is occupied by ladies) he had to be a
melancholy witness to a female hand turning
the key in the door, and being too timid to
make an outcry, remained ' in durance vile"
until some one happened along and released
him from his captivity. Goaks are guaks in
harvest time, you know.
Persssal, Our friend Lieut. S.'tmuel H.
Hamilton, arrived home Monday. He never
looked better has increased in fatness unde'r
the southern suns. May his shadow never
Mr. John M. Cundifj; of the 13th Regiment,
arrived home last week. Sir'. C. hns suffered
so severely in his health that one hardly re
cognizes him yet up to the time of his de
parture from the regiment he was cm duty.
This is highly creditable to hint.
Accidents. A son of Mr. J. J. Robinson
while picking cherries at Evans Wiley, Esq's,
last Monda', was precipitated to the ground
by the breaking of the limb of the tree on
which he was standing, and falling on his arm
broke it at. the wrist. He is doing as well as
could be expected.
The sam6 day about noon, Mr. Robinson,
himself, stepped off a Udder in Helmick's cel
lar-way, and filling heavily on his foot sprain
ed his ankle severely. Monday was an op
hioy r'ay ti Oiir frteM, the Ysnfcea.
Frauds upon the County Treasury.
On the 24th June, 1861, Joshua Sax
ton received from the Auditor of Cham
paign county, an order on the County
Treasury for 118 Dollars, 80 cents, on
the following bill :
Auditor Chakpaign Cocntt to J. Sarton Pr.
1S61. To Printing Laws of Ohio, 198.000 eui illS.SO
The bill itself was a falsehood ; he
never did print the laws ; and the law
which authorized the printing of the Gen
eral Laws in newspapers, made it the
duty of the County Auditor. Probate
Judge and Prosecuting Attorney of each
county, to contract for the publication of
the same in two weekly newspapers print
V . T - FPU- 1 .... V. - .nr.Tn'rnil
ed iticrein. aiic jaw iuouci
that each person publishing the general
laws under that provision, should file his
account with the Auditor of the proper
county, which account shall be accom
panied by one copy of each newspaper
containing said laws and also his affidavit
in the following form :
" I, Joshua Saxton, do solemnly swear that
the general laws, a copy of which is herewith
presented, were published in the Urbana Citi
zen and Gazette a newspaper printed by me
in the county ot Champaign, and that the
same contain 193,000 ems, and for which
publication I am entitled to 118 Dollars, 80
cents, according to contract."
There is no such affidavit on file, and
such an affidavit would have been a crimi
nal offense, for the laws never were pub
lished in a newspaper printed in Cham
paign county and it was a gross fraud
on the Treasury, He bargained with
the county officers to print the general
laws in his paper and he did not do it.
But having received a circular from the
office of the Cleveland Herald, announc
ing that the Herald office would print
the laws in an extra sheet, and that they
would contain 198,000 ems, he procured
from that office a few hundred copies of
that sheet, with the heading changed to
read " Urbana Citizen and Gazette Ex
tra," and for which the charge could not
have exceeded Two Dollars per hundred,
he palmed these off as a compliance with
his contract, and drew the 118 Dollars,
SO cents. Of course he avoided makin
the oath required by law. But he had a
stronger reason. On the 12th June, 1SG1,
the Herald office sent out the following
" Dear Sir: The actual measurement of
the Laws just published is 160,000 ems iu.
stead of 198,000, as we supposed when re
ceived and we issued a circular. They are
nearly all set in Agate and there are 31 ems in
a ime. a ourc, a.c,
Fairbanks, Bexedict & Co.
Twelve days after this circular was
issued, the bill was presented for 198,-
000 ems and paid. Some people may
think that the Hand-bill practice has a
fair pieee of cheating against a Cpunty
Treasury but what will they say about
charging 193,000 ems, when the quantity
naa uuv AUUjVvw, cult ' . -" ' 'J ...... . i ...
And here is another case:
On the 23th June, 1S62, Levi Geiger,
Prosecuting Attorney of Champaign
county, drew from the County Treasury
two hundred Dollars for his services al
the June Term, without any special or
der of the Court.
On the 30th April, 1SG2. a new law
took effect fixing the compensation of
Prosecuting Atorneys, and providing as
" The Prosecuting Attorney for each
county in this State shall annually re
ceive, for his services in civil and crimi
nal business, which now are or hereafter
iay be required of him by law, to be
piiiJ out of the treasury of his county,
on the order of the Court of Commou
Pleas and warrant of the County Audi
tor, at such times and in such instalments
as the court may direct the following
compensation and no morflj to be graau
ated according to the federal census : in
each county containing less than twenty
thousand inhabitants, not exceeding 300
Dollars ; in any other county, not exceed
ing one Dollar and fifty cents for each
one hundred inhabitants, which such coun
ty may contain. The same act repealed
all former laws allowing compensation to
According to the cerisus of 1SG0, Cham
paign county contains 22,740 inhabitants,
and if the Court had fixed the compen
sation at the highest sum allowed it
would be 340 Dollars and 50 cents for
each year, or 113 Dollars and 50 cents
each term. But the Court did not fix
the allowance, and no money could be
drawn. Did the Prosecuting Attorney
know of this new law? If so why did
he draw 200 Dollars? If he did not
know of it, what excuse has he for not
knofrin it 7
Tribute of Respect. At a regular Commu
nication of Harmony Lodge, No. 8, F. & A
XI.; held on -the 12th day of June, 18G2, the
following preamble and resolutions were unan
imously adopted :
HViereaij The Gre?t Master above in his
infinite wisdom, has seen fit to remove from
our fraternal embrace, by the hand of death,
our worthy brother, John XT. Taylor, therefore
Reiolved, That in the death of Brother
Taylor, his wife has lost a kind and affection
ate husband, community a good citizen, and
our order a detoted member
Resolved, That while we bow in humble
submission to the mandate of an All-wise
Providence in removing our brother from la
bor to reward, we would tender our heartfelt
sympathies to the family of the deceased.
Resolved, Thai as an evidence of our res
pect for the deceased, we will wear the usual
badge of mourning for the space of 30 days.
Resolved, That these resolutions be pub
lished in the papers of our Town, and a copy
thereof be presented by the Sec'y of this
Lodge to the widow ot our deceased brother.
James G. Ogdeh, ) -
Wh. Mats, Committee.
A. C. HCJIPHBEYS, J
Scbsckibe for the Urbana Unior; oro d-Par
r verr in rdvanoe.
From the Sixty-Sixth.
WASHINGTON CITY, June 20, 1862.
Mrs. Mai:v I.. W'i..a.m3 : Enclose) we
send a list of ihe;k and wounded of the liu'h
regiment, and have made it aa near correct a ;
wec-ulJ; mo doi.bt there are mistakes, and
omissions ofnaiiies of men who are in the hos
pitals. It U a job which I little thought, oe-forc-
leaving home, would be so bad to accorr -I
.'.i.-h : the men fire m c'a scattered thrcur;?
the different Hospitals. Each Hospital h.t
many patients; and tvb-m new ones are ad
mitted, they are placed m beds ar.l room;
without ar.y rsjr.rd to the regiment th?j be
long to ; this causes a great deal of trouble to
show us the sick. At the Mansion House
Hospital I do not believe there is a person in
Ohio who could find all our men in a day with
out a guide, even if he had the number of the
bed. We have been distributing our things ;
the men are very much pleased to see us.
At the XIansion House, yesterday, we had die
credit of being the only persons who brought
anything for the sick.
The Hospitals are generally clean and kept
in good condition ; they have as far as I can
learn a good supply of beds and clothing.
HandKerchiefs are in great demand, so much
so that we may have to tear up some of the
sheets to be used as handkerchiefs. .
The friends of the sick and wounded in
writing, should direct their letters to Wash
ington citv, and name particularly the Hos
pital ; if the patieut is removed the letters
will be forwarded.
The regiment embarked yesterday on boats
at Alexandria, destination unknown to the
men. I shall be informed as soon as they
reach their destination. , If any of our men
get worse. I will write cr telegraph to their
friends if it should be necessary.
Yours, in haste,
W. W. IlEuncK.
W. A. Hcmes.
After Shields' (now Ferry's) division had
embarked at Alexand-ia, General Tyler, by
his earnest entreaties, succeeded in procuring
orders for the disembarkation of his brigade
in' which is the 60th and they are. conse
quently, yet at that point. The latest intelli
gence from the Regiment states that they will
remain there during the warm weather (until
September, perhaps,) for the purpose of re
cruiting np, both in numbers and the general
condition of the brigade. During that time
Captains Baird, Horr, McXIorran and others
will remain at home recruiting, and it is hoped
that their popularity and enemy will enable
them to fill up the regiment to the minimum
number at least. To do this it will require
three hundred or four hundred men. Let the
ranhsbe filled up ! Join your home regiment,
which has done so nobly, and now calls for
more men ! Ed. Union.
List sick and wounded of 66th Reg. O. V. I.
at the Different Hospitals in and around
Jacob Poland Lung fever and much reduced.
3. Casson Eeid Wounded in thigh; improv
Calvin Irwin Flesh wound in hr. improving.
Newton Forsyth Wounded in left elbow ani
side ; ab'e to wtdk.
W. II. Loveless Wounded in le't foot; doin,r
Jos. Xf. Lease Wounded in side severely, im
proving. IT. G. Smith Wounded in right thi0'h ; im
proving. P. Sirks Wounded in back of sh uUler; sit
uation not dangerous.
John Stokes Right leg off, says he will scon
he renthj to flqld.
S. Hamilton Wounded in left hip, ball still
in. wound healincr well.
Addison Haines Wounded in left knee by
R. W. Boyd Left shoulder bone fractured.
Webster Bowen Pleurisy, much reduced.
Jas..XfcGill Died June 24th; Typhoid fever.
Pat Whalon Wounded in hip; improving.
John D. Northcutt Fingers off left hand, im
proving. W. E. Best Right leg off above knee; soon
ready for jighi.
L. Xf. Ayers General debility.
Jas. Woodard General debility.
Jas. C"dy Wounded in foot, weak side and
A. Xfillner "Wounde'J in shoulder; improving.
COLUMBIA COLLEGE HOSPITAL.
W. W. Baird Putrid rore throat and debility.
Edward Lemon Wounded in hip ; improv
JUDICIARY SQUARE HOSPITAL.
Henry Xliiler Typhoid fever; convalescent
Wm. Freshwater Died June 16th Wounded.
Fairfax Seminary Hospital.
C B. Lepert Co. H.
J. E. Baden Co. H.
Z. Weeks Co. H.
Y. Rise Co. C.
B. Harman Co. C.
XI. Xlisey Co. D..
P. Hanagan Co. C.
B. Light Co. A.
W. W. Scott Co. D.
D. Sperger (or Spreggias) Co. C.
J. L. Clark Co. C.
J. XlcGregor Co. F.
B. Yutster Co. F.
A. Tanner Co. I.
J. B Rhodes Co. K.
R. Kelsh Co. I.
J. J. Hitchcock Co. C.
D. Terrel Co. D.
All at this Hospital are convalescent, and a
portion are about fit for service, a few say they
never will be and are anxious lor a discharge,
P. II. Tenney Co. D.
Ben Evans Co. C;
C. Davis Co. I.
A. G. Berthard Co. A.
XI. Xlooney Co. C.
J. R, Hall Co. I.
Alonzo Humes Uo. F.
N. Howard Co; D.
J. Wilkinsi-iCoi D.
J. Wren Co. D.
Wolf St. Hospital, Alexandria.
Wm. Yonnera About well ; wanted some
thing to eat; gave him a can of fruit.
Washington St. Hospital, Alexandria.
Owen Xlffitt About well.
John Li! tie Able to walk around the yard.
Mansion Hous Hospital, Alexandria.
Jonathan Thatcher 'Fever ; 'improving slowr
S. J. Barger Fever; improving riowly.
The following rnn vo-e brought to the
Mansion House Hospital Friday evening June
Henry Johnson Co. A. Worn down march-
it.tr. ceneral debility.
W. P.tt.z Co. H. Worn down marching;
D. C. Jones- Go. E. Worn down marching;
(sscra! delin :y.
J. A. KUrrli. 0 Worn down marching;
i'lii.. j. i
, , ! '.Vu: i down in marching;
y.-tti'tai 0.bl!I j".
J. Sii.L. Co. G. Worn down in marching;
C. Stout Band Erysypilas.
R. Baker Co. B. Rheumatism.
J. Emrle Co. B. Sunstroke and fatigue.
D. Davis Co. E. Typhoid fever; bad.
Mount Pleasant Hospital.
Harrison ilayes Co. G. Worn out march
ing; typhoid fever.
Frank Baldwin Co. G. Worn out marching;
C. Barger Co. D. Pain in breast, and sore
feet, bwollen badly.
T. Gasnell Co. E. General debility.
H. Case Co. E. General debility.
D. Justice Co. B. Flesh wound in thigh.
H. Sehindler Co. E. Worn out, general de
bility. G. Wade Co. B. Worn out, fever.
J. Clayton Co. G. Worn out, general de
bility. Carver Hospital.
John Powel Convalescent; will 30on join the
Dvvight Horr Wounded in leg ; is at private
residence with his brother in the city;
No. 425, 13:h street.
The County Expouces.
We give thi3 week a list of the orders
on the County Treasury drawn by the
County Auditor during the month of
June, omitting the orders for Soldiers'
pay, which are a mere agency. Here
after we shall give the list weekly and.
perhaps, it may be found that a little
precise knowledge of who draws money,
and for what, may lead to profitable con
versation about our small public affairs.
County Orders Drawn During the Month of
Jnne 2. Jacob Zombro, Assessor, $83,00
4. Treasur of War Committee, 100,00
" Sam'l Williams, Commissioner, 7,10
" Tho. Chance, " 6,50
" Benj. Davis, ' " 5,20
5 Jacob Sarver, Road viewer, 1,50
" Gas Co., gas for Court House, 2,40
10 Geo. W. Ililand, School examiner, 3,00
" C. H. Ward, Sheril allowance, 123,00
" " " fees, 3,45
11 Jacob Blew, witness, 0,50
12 J. H. Patrick, Hardware, 17,44
" D. V. Ward, cutting grass in C. H yard 1,00
13 B.irtett, Fett3 & Co., Blank books, 9,45
10 J. McAlexander, Constable fees, 10,91
" Sam. Williams, County Comm'r, 8,10
" Benj. Davis, " " 3,20
" Tho. Chance, " " 2,50
" G. W. Hustler, Witness, G. Jury, 1,30
" Jas. MePherren, " " 1,30
13" Win. Flowers, " " 1,30
" Emory Jenkins, " " 1,30
" Jacob Wai'oorn, " " 1,30
" Juhn Stovaker, " " 1,30
" Susan Smith, " " 2,5?
" G, W. Flcw-rs, 1,50
" Jno. Brown, " " 2,03
" J. T. JJ. Walter, Justice fees, 1,10
" " Jury fee, 2,00
5 S. T. Hedges " 2,00
17 XI. Biekman, Jury fee 2,00
" Jno. P. Leonard, " 2,00
" Wilson Baldwin, " 2,00
" L. I. Breedlove " ' 2,00
" Wm Overhulse, " 2.00
" Jacob Dingledine, " 2,00
" J. H Alstadt, Witness Jury, 2,30
. " Sam'l Huliug, " 2,30
" Paul Strickland, " 2,30
" Abm. McAlexander, " 2,25
" T. J. McAlexander, " 2,20
18 Gershom Cailand, Grand Jury, 3,90
" Jno J. Musson, Witness " 1,30
" R. C. Wilson, Grand Juror 3,00
" Isaac C. Glenn, " 3,00
" Wm D. Linville, " 8.50
" Wm Barrett, " 8,30
" Colin McDonald, " 3,00
" Sam'l Humes, " 8,25
" Henry Idle, " 3,50
" Jacob Pence, " 3,15
" Tho. B. Price, " 3,15
" Alex. Darrow, " 3,70
" K. Donaldson, " 3,30
" Sylvanus Ward, Petit Jury, 3,35
' D. D. Xeal, " 4,00
" Robert Doake, Witness, 25
" Joseph Doake, " 25
" Elisha Dick, Petit Juror, 3,30
" James DarnalU ' 8,00
M Jno. F. Riker, " 3,55
" J. C. Jones, Witness, 1,50
19 Jno. Sills, Road Xtarkr, 1,00
" Wilson Johnson, " 1,00
" Jno. Hamilton, Gr. Juror, 3,00
" J. C. Tabor, Court " 8,00
20 David H. Wyant, " fees, 2,15
" Sam'l Huling, Witness, 50
" G. K. Alstadt, " 50
" A.F. Licklider, " 50
" Jno O. Leary, " 50
" 3. H. Aldstadt, " 50
" 3. T. N. Walter, Justice fees, 5,20
2S Levi Geiger, Prosecuting Atty., 200,00
" Adeline E- Legge, Witness, 4,95
" Nancy A. Ayre9, " 3,00
" A. C. Deuel, School Examiner, 22,50
. 30 A. B. Thomas, 50
Gea. HcClellan. Advancing ITpoa Richmond.
New Yons, July 7. A letter to the Post
confirms the report of a Skirmish on Thurs
day, and the capture of 6 guns and ;.ome
prisoners. Gen. XlcClellan had removed hi
Headquarters, and the army rud advanced
some Eve miles towar .is Richmond.
The correspondent of the Philadelphia En
quirer states that 'he Hichmond papers of the
4th acknowledge the loss of 30,000 men,
though they claim the victory.
The correspondent of the Philadelphia Press,
of the same date, reports that XlcClellan is
pushing rapidly 1orward, driving the enemy
at all points. The gunboaU accompanied his
advance, shelling the woods and scattering
the enemy, his main force following in sup
port. We have omitted to notice ere this the new
dress of the Tiffin Advertiser, one of the live
liest of our exchanges. It looks as gay as a
young married couple.
The Toledo Blade has, also, come out with
new type, &., and states that it is prosper
ing better than ever. All of which we are
pleasad to see and hear.
NOTICE. The Stockholders of the Addison and
Catstown TnrnDike Company, are hereby notified tht
a mftericf?, of the Stockholders of said Company, will
be held at Thackery's Schoolhouse, in th township
of Lost Creek, Miami county, Ohio, on the 16th day ot
August 1S62. for the parpoe of determining t'u3 pro
portion to be wesed on ee hreboMer ii w.Ii
cwsp&7 a mavl u itinar l!-lit.e of faic eara
paa7. i!OSE3 E. LOXS, Pres.
(Tjocd gtojuf gap r.
UfDEPETDITST 02T ALL STOJICTS,
Foreign anfl Domestic Hewn, literatnre,
Scienoe, Agriculttiro, Mechanics.
Education, Matter of
Every Wednesday Ev'ng;
West Side North Main street, Near the Square,
ONE DOLLAR, PER ANNUM I
IN ADVAXCE ;
Two Dollars, if not paid In Advance.
The Urbana Union will be a com
plete Family Paper, second in merit and
interest to no other country journal in
Will bear !n :2d :
hxcetjTjhivt ivx h r i u r.i
XVe have all the facilities, in the way
of Presses and Printing Material, to do
any and all kinds of
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING!
Very Shortest Kotice !
THE HOST REASONABLE TERHS
The var 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 we propose to go in and earn our
share to mate a respectable livelihood.
If you waat a Reliable Newspaper,
or have any kiad of Business
to Advertise, or any
kind of a Job
it 5 b a s a ir icst" crncz:
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GOOD FOR LECTURERS,
GOOD FOR PTBLIC SPEAKERS,
GOOD FOR SINGERS,
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SPALDING'S THROAT CONFECTIONS.
LADIES AIt2 DELIGHTED UTTS
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cmLDasx CUT FOB
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They reliirro a Cocgh instantly.
They clear the Throat.
They give strenirth and volume to the to'.co.
They Impart a deliclc n aroma to the breath.
They are delightful to the taste.
They are made of timple herbs and cannot harm any
I advise every one who ha a Congh or a Husky
Voice or a Bad Breath, or any difficulty of the Throet
st a package of my Throat Confections; tlrer will .
relieve yoa instantly, and yon will agree with me
that " they go right to the spot." Too win find them
very nsefnl and pleasant while traveling or attending
public meetings for stilling your Cough or allaying
yonr thirst. If you try one package, I am safe In say
ing that you will ever afterwards consider them Indis
pensable. Yen will Bad them at the Druggists and
Dealers In Medicines.
PRICE TVTEXTY-FITE CXTS.
M7 signature ia on each package. All others are
A Facka--e will be sent by mail, prepaid on receipt
Thirty Cents. Address
KENRY C. SPALDING-.
48 CEDAR STREET, NEW YOKEL
th? cse of these PUTs t"a2 perioClc attarks of
Nrrvoua or Sick Hoadacbc ir.av ";e j-revctited ; snd If
tnhen at the tcr-ryienceTner-.t cf p.s cltark Immediate
relief from pain and etc'inefs will he obiMr.ed.
They seldom fail in removing the ?Tau3ca and Ilead
sch? tD rrMrh fcn:a!38 are "O Bttj?ct.
They act gently upon the bov,-cis removing Cottive
nc?s. For Lltcrr.rr ITeri, SLntlents, Delicate Females, and
all persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a
Laxative, improvlns the appetite, giving tone and vig
or to the digestive organs, and restoring their natural
ela? ticity and strength to the whole system.
The CEPHALIC PIIILLS are the result of long in
vestigation and carefully conducted experiments,
having been ia use n-any yeara, during which tiroa
they have p-evented and relieved a vast amormt of
pain and suffering frr-m Ileadache, whether originat
ing in the nervous system or a deranged state of tha
They are entirely vegetable fa 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 easy to administer
them to children.
rEWAF.E CF COrNTEEFETTS !
t57"The genuine hove five signatures ef
HENRY C. SPALD1NQ
on each box.
SaldbyDrnc-rists and all oihcr dealers la Medicines.
A box will he sent by mail, prepaid, on receipt of the
Price, 25 Cents.
All orders should be addressed to
EEIJRY C. SPALDIITO,
43 CEDAR STREET, NEW YORZ.
t37A sinele bcttle uf
SPALDING'S PREPARED BLUE1
will save ten timet its cost
Spalding's Prepared Gluo
Spalding's' I?rexared Glue
Spalding's Prepared G-Ius
SAVE THE PIECES.
Stitch Ira Time save Xine.'sJ
As accidents w:".l !;a;:rec, even in trcll rcrtUitJ
families, it is very dciira'Oc to have some cheap and
eonveuient way for repairing I'uruitiire, Toys, C.-oti-ery,
SPALDING'S J' REP APED CLUE
Mc:ts all snch ersr-neips, and no honsehcM can a,
ford to be without it. It alay rcdy and op to
the sticking point.
" CSEFCL IX EVERY HOfSE."
X. B. A Brush accompanies each ho: tie.
PIIICE GI CF.XTS.
xxeiivxvz' c?. pxArixxrrc,
4S CEDAR STREET, JTEW TOR".
As certain unprincipled persons are aHeqjptlaj v
palm on on the nnsuspeeting public, imitations of my
PREPARED GLUE, I wor.lrt caution all persons to ex
amine before pnrc'iasing, and see ibx tiie fall nam
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