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Urbana Union Directory.
Urbana Union Directory. The Markets.
GRAIN &c.
F) e,
Flour, per W- OaW, per busli .. . .
Flour extra 5.00 Barley
Wheat, bush 90 t. lover StiSa
Bye- "---' Timothy" ;.v.i
S-. 50
,:ooo
'COO
. 1.00
Ha v. per ton o.wiiux
Cora, per bashel, 28
PROVISIONS.
.
.-?-
Roef, per pound, 5f&8
Pork, ' ' 5(t8
Bacon, Ham, - - 12
Mackerel, ' . ,W
White Fish, ubl, 4.00-
Sugar? ' 1011
Molaase, N.O. 66
Pnttttoc, pr. bu. - ,. , 40
E'crs, pr. uo7 " 6
Chickens, ' 1.20
Lard. o.
Batter,
' 10 i Dried Apples.ttv 5i0
CINCINNATI.
Floor,..
Wheat, .
Corn,...
Barlev, .
Rye,."...
.J4.1.V4.30
... 90 a 1.00
... fiO.iiTO
- 5050
Ovts 31
Clover Seed,. .4.7)5. "X)
Whiskev, .... luwle
Ho-g, . ." 5.T5(.ij;.00
Lard, ........
NEW YORK.
Flour 5.00 45.30
Wheat, L10.il.S0
Hve ' W-a
Barley 8055
Corn.....-
Onts
Whiskey,...
Beet,
. S6.r8
a..j4i
4.753.5.50
Railroads.
Railroads. SANDUSKY, DAYTON & CINCIN'TI R. R.
On and after May 5, 1802, Train. will pasi this
(Urbana.) station, a follows - -
GOING NOKTB.
Mail .....10.20, a. M.
NiVExpres".""!
Way do Monday., Wed. Friday..... 6.),
Tb.rouj.-h Freight, every day..... LW,
soma soith-
Mail....... 2.05. P.M.
Mornintr Express om t -
Way doTuesdiv, Tbura Saturdays. .2.00, p. M.
Through Freight, every day, -10, A. M.
Tnited States Express Messenger on the Mail
tr.im,y- JAS. P. PIN-BAR, Agent.
COLUMBUS, PIQUA AND INDIANA R.
3?.
On and after May 2y, lo2, Trains will leave Ur
ban, as follows :
CODiO WEST.
5;:::::::::::::::::::::
GOING BAST.
yoS Express,. ;;
J A3. U. BROWN, Apent
Church Directory.
n.nTtn f iiT-tx tt West Court St.
Rev. L. hT Lone, Pastor. Services every Sab
bath. Hour.: 1L, A. M., , r. M.
t r nfi SiK-iai Praver Meeting on Wednes
day evening, at 7 o'clock.
Ev LtnrEBATf Chtbcil South-East corner
Court and Walnut Streets. Kev. J. S. SeYennsr
liaus, Pattor. Services every other Sabbath.
Hours : 11, a- M., 3, r. M.
Ssbbath School at 8, A. M.
1st Meth. E. CHrncH.-5outh-Wcst comer
Church and Korth Main Streets. Rev. C. W.
Pears, Pastor. Servives every Sabbath. Hours :
11, A. II.. 7, P.M.
General Class Meeting, Monday evening, at i
Regular Trayer Meeting, Wednesday evening,
at 7 o'clock.
8u Mbth. K. Cnturn. East Water Street
R.v. J. M. "liobmson, Pastor. S.T-iees every
fiabtwitn. Hours : 11, 1. M. 7, P- M.
Sabbath School at 2, P. M.
General Class Meeting, Monday evening, at .
o'clock.
Baptist Chtkch. Eat Court Street Rev. J.
C. BoDham, Pastor. Services every Sabbath.
Hours, 11, a M., 7, P. M.
Sabbath School at 9, A. M. ,
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening, . o clock.
Epthoopaj, Chiuch. Corner Scioto and Ken
ton Streets. Rev. Cummings, Pastor. Ser
vice, every fourth Sabbath. Hours : 11, A. M., 3.
p. M.
New Chtrch. North-west corner South Main
and Revnolds streets. Rev. J. T. Eaton, Pastor.
Services every Sabbath. Hour : 11, A. M.
Cathouc C acBCH. John Street Rev.
Kearney, Priest. Service, every Sabbath.
Hours 11 A. M.
Associate P.efokjjed Chcbch. West Market
Street. ..
Official Directory.
COUNTY.
M umber of Congrew,
Common Pleas J udge.
Senator,
Representative, .
Probate Jndge, :
Clerk Common Plcaa,
Prosecuting Attorney,.
Auditor, .
Treasurer, . .
Sheria; . .
Recorder, . .
Surveyor,
Coroner. ' .
S. Sii-Uabarger.
E. Parsons.
Samson Mason.
. A. P. Howard.
. A. F. Vance.
John Russell.
. Levi Gciger.
Samson P. Talbot
Decatur Talbott
C. H. Ward.
David M. Fisher.
Jas. Q. Baird.
Griffith Eliis.
Commissioners,
. Thomas Chance,
c i viTTil;fTMt Tlotii.imin Davis
Infirmary Director., . . JohnW.Hitt.
Jonas Hedges, Win. Sampson,
Auctioneer, . . - Jacob Zombro.
TOWNSHIP.
Trustees, .... J.H.Patrick,
Wm. McDonald, Robt R. ColwelL
Treasurer, . . . Tbos.lL Berry.
Clerk .... James G. Ogden.
J P 's, . . N. Rhodes, Wm. Patrick.
Constable", .... Jacob Zombro,
J. C. Jones, John Thomas, John C Tabor.
CITY.
Mayor,
Council,
Ellis, James
William Patrick.
. George B. Coulter, Griffith
P. Pindar, George W. Collins,
Recorder, - . " . -. . John Rnssell.
Marshal, .... Jacob C. Jones.
Street Commissioner, . . J- C. Jones.
Board of Education, . J. H. Young, Pres.
J. P. Pindar, W. T. Bueser, E. B. Patrick, A. J.
Guthridge, John Russell, Secretary.
The Mails.
BotTHtRN MAnv ria Cincinnati, Louisville. St
Louis, fcc Closes at 2:00,P. M.; arrives at J Oil), a.
"AlT'lfetters, fcc for Souihcm, 8outh-Eastcrn
and South-Western Ohio, Southern Indiana and
Illinois, SoTith-Western States, and the Territo
ries, with Letters (only) for California, &c, via O
vcrland Route, go m this mail.
Northern Maii. via Toledo and Cleveland.
Closes at 10:15, A. M. ; arrives at 2:05, P. M., daily.
All Letters, Ac for Northern and North-Y est
crn Ohio, North-Western States, New York, New
Jersey, the New England States, Canada, Ac,
Foreign Countries, and California, &c, via Pana
ma, go in this mad. .
Eatbr Mail rw Colnmbas. Qoses at 6:30,
r. M.; arrives at 8:30, a. m. daily.
Letters for Central and Eastern Ohio, Pennsyl
vania, Maryland, Virginia, Washington, and the
Bonthern Atlantic States, go in tbis'maiL
Western Mail via Indianapolis. Closes at 6:
45, am.; arrives at 8, P. M. daily.
Letters for Western Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Io
wa, &c, go is this mail.
Mctcal Matl for Mutual, Rosedale and Dar
hv Plains (and Mecbanicsbunr. on days mention
ed). Arrive Tuesdays departs Mondays.
N. AMBROSE Postmaster;
.," . Wm. Rhodes, Deputy.
jVERTISE IX TUB
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URBANA UNION.
CITY AND COUNTY.
This Paper.
The question 1kt L6en apked, -whether ;
tho Vrbana Ujho Tf IT! be a permanent
paper. We answer that it is no tempor
ary thing ; it is meant to be pcrBianeat.
It makes no debts, but pays as it goes.
Those who wish to bo subscribers aust
pay in- advance else they cannot be sub
icribers. Customers for job work uiust
pay on! delivery, or they eanu6t be" cus
tomers. The publishe-r wishes to be ex
plicit the Urbana Unio.t will do its
duty, and will keep good its word.
Democratic County Convention.
The democracy of Champaign County and
ail oilers in favor of the Union as it was and
the Constitution as it ie are respectfully re
quested to meet at the Court House fu Ur
bana, on Saturday, St-pf. 20tl), 18G2, for I he
purpose of nominating a candidate foe each of
the following county offices :
Auditor and Sheriff; also the appoirrting of
a Central Committee for the coming year.
Bv order of the Democratic Central Com
miltee of Champaign County..
V. A. Pcrtlsbacoh, Cimh-man. '
Tdk Logan Gazette says the Popes last
Bull is Bull Run !
PtACHEa are very plentiful in our market
at h orn 50 cents to $1,25 per bushel.
.Thk sick and wounded of the OGth in the
Washington hospitals are getting along very
well.
Tue city of Springfield has furnished its
quota, and consequently none will be drafted
from it.
We are still without sufficient force to is
sue our paper as we would like to, but conS
dently expect the arrival of a " reinforcement"
next week.
Wt learn that some of our Sireet Generals
who could with MeClellan's army have been
in TtiJimond lonr asro are now hurraing for
Little Mac. Shall this be allowed ?
Thk Union convention last Saturday didn't
manifest as much Gumption as it might have
done, else it would have nominated our neigh
bor for Inf. Director.
J a vies A. Wilcox, of Columbus, has been
appointed Colonel of the 113th Regiment, in
which is Capt. Hiker's Company from -this
county, and D. B. Warner, of London, Major.
The Regiment is yet at Camp Chase.
The 13th Ohio is reported to be wilh Bu
ell's army in Kentucky by Mr. Ayckerman, or
that regiment, who arrived at his home in
Urbana, last week. We always have good ac
counts of the gallant old Thirteenth.
Large Train. One train of fifty-eight cars
of freight passed over the 8. D. & C. Railroad
last Tuesday, drawn by a single locomotive.
It strikes us that "lion LTorse"" must have
been " first class," or it would have baulked.
The lines . . . .
" He who fight, and runs away
Will live to fight another day,". ,
may be altered to suit those trying to escape
the draft thus: . ' ' ..
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He who sneaks to Canada,
Like other dogs, will have his day.
Among those who were wounded and dis
abled in the recent battles in Virginia We find
the following namfes ol the 6Gth regiment r
Reuben Humbert, co. C, W. 11. Delia, CO.
E, W. W. Cranston, co. A, C. T. Norris, Co.
K, A. D. Riker, co. G, Horace Green, co. K,
J. S. Lamb, co. A.
Ji is said that Kirby Smith made every
bodycitizens as well as soldiers take a pa
role in Kentucky. Well, what ol it? The
Government of the United Stales can order
in the ranks, e ery citizen who took a parole
because he had no business to take one, not
being a soldier in arms against the Confeder
ate States. '
Fersosal. Our friend Judge Blochcr, of
Ceiina, was in town last week. The Judge
is of the " cratt and profession," aud yet con
tributes to the press, occasionally. . . He is
Drafiing Commissioner of Mercer county, at
present
Capt. Jos. P. Fyffe, U. S. Navy, is at home
in Urbana, on a visit lo his friends. ,
Tkovost Marshals. The State of Ohio is
divided into six districts and over each District
a Provost Marshal is appointed. Judge Mitch
ell, of Fiqua, is appointed to this Dirtrict. The
District Marshal has, however, the power to
appoint deputies in the several counties in his
District. Mr. Fulton will retain his office for
this county.
According to the Richmond journals Gen.
Prince and twenty-nine other Federal officers
of Gen. Pope's army, captured at the Culpep
per fight, have been taken to Gordonsyille,
handcuffed. Among the number is Captain
Van Deman of the 66th; who, we trust, will
have a thousand opportunities yet afforded
him to pay the rebels for this brutality to
brave men.
We noticed last week the arrival ol a num
ber of the sick and wounded of the 66th at
New 'York. The following of the number
have been transferedto the'U, 3. General
Hospital at Portsmouth Grove, R. L
C6th Regiment Richard Perigo, co. G ; B.
Bruffey, co. B ; Corp. Hollo way, Co. F; Sergt.
W. Scott, co. F, -
The Deputy U. S. Marshal, Capt. J ohn Hurd,
desires us to say that all those having U. S.
Muskets are requested to bring them in to
him. LTe will have the old muskets exchang
ed for the new, improved pattern,- and thus
there will be enough effective weapons on
hand to arm a company at once for any press
ing emergency, as in the recent danger to
Cincinnati.
Mn. J. Van OrFEBACKEc, of this county,
and now a clerk in the Interior Department
at Washington, rendered efficient service as a
nurse on the bcttle fields tit Manassas and
Bull Run after the recent conflicts. He went
out on the Sunday after the battle, and work
ed all the week urulcr'a flag of truce wilh the
wounded, until worn down with hunger and
liu'gue h was compelled' to come away, on
Saturday. '' ""' ' '
Candidates for County Offices.
!.Tbf Court House geoplej'ave .field
their usual meeting fr nominating ccmn
lfy officers, on Saturday, Sept. 13. The
thinjr was so managed as to have a full
attendance, from TJrbanaand, no attend
ance from some oTtbe townships".
Mr. John T. Zombro was nominated
as County Auditor, which, we suppose, is
ss good a choice as could be made, if the
present Auditor, Mr. Talbot, must go
out, merely because he is very well qual
ified for the place, and perfectly wider-;
stands the duties ot it.
Mr. Charles II. Ward was renominated
as Sheriff.
. Mr. Benj. Davis as County Commis
sioner, and Mr. E. L". Small as Director
of the Foor House.
'. This is said to be a Convention with
out, regard ,to .party, while, the. war Jasts,.
and as the persons chose'rilre Of orfe par
ty, and the delegates the same, we may
suppose that none others could be found
of proper qualifications otherwise some
Democrat might have been put on the
ticket for symmetry.
Occasional inrruiries arc made at this
fce, by former subscribers to the Free
Press, who had paid in advance, and for
a period not complete when that .paper
stopped. ' Some of the persons seemed to j
have the expectation that the publisher
of the Urbana Union should complete the
contracts made by the publisher of the
Free Press. To all such persons, expla
nations have been made, but as there may
be many others, it is here declared that
the Urbana Union has no connection with
the Urbana Eree Press, either in the ac
counts and business of that office, or as,
a continuation of that paper. True, it
occupies the same tooths, and uses, in
part, the same type and materials for
which navment has been duly made. It
r j
has made no use of the old subscription
lit, and has never possessed it or sought
to! possess it; nor has it made anycontract
to furnish the paper to the Free Press
subscribers, uor has it been asked to do
so.
Orders drawn on the Treasury of Champaign
Co. for three weeks ending Sept. 13, 1862.
Aug. 23 John Kump, School 8t. Paris,
" " Corp.
" P. W. Alden, Mechanicsburgh
School,
" D. Loudeuback, M. R. School,
30i.
14U.O0
100.00
134G.2M
S5.00
2S5.f6
" " ip.
25 Joseph Miles, Lewisburgh "
" A. F. Lecklear, Adams "
.... V - . " - -" - Tp.
- c -" " Wm. rtorf, enrolling volunteers,
041..-r4
- 97.00
8.00
2G Ilenrv Cowirill. Salem School, 000.00
" Aaron Rawlin, Union " 200.00
" Decatur Talbolt, Urbana" 2i-'1.40
" F. JI. Barker, Concord " 300.00
" Tp. 2S00
" J. L. Mitchan, Assessor fees, 1.50
" W. R. Thoina., ' ' 3.00
" J. W. McBcth, " " fi on
" Jas. W. Wells, " " 150
2(1 ( lias. K. Cranston. " " 8 00
" Francis Bull. Harrison School, 557.72
: " " Tp. 103.00
, . '.' Spriiit-hills. . . . - 24HAH
" -Jarrres Downy, Wood, '
SO Jacob Koinbro, Assessor fees,
" Hamilton Magrew, witness "
' 1). H. Wvaut, Jackson School,
" Wm. B. Woodward, witness,
" N. 11. Harr,
" R. H. Seelcv, Assessor,
SepL, 2 p. JI. Beuu'et, Rush School, .. ,
Tp.
4 David Loudcnback, J. P.
" J. R. West, Constable. '
" T. H. Berrv. Urbana School,
" Samnel Williairu., Com'r, fce,
" Thus. Chance, " "
5 F. N Barker, Concord School,
6 Urbana Gas Co, gas for July.
", T J JlcFarland, wood for C II,
' 10 S Williams, Com'r, fees,
" Thos. Chance. " "
2.25
6.00
2.00
S00.00
25
2.00
1.50
CC0.:i4
85.50
3.55
2.45
500.00
0.10
8.50
75,00
S,b0
70,00
3.10
2,50
11 T H Berrv, Urbana Corporation, 500,00
12 C P I Rail Road, freight on laws, 50
13 Patrick Sullivant, sawing wood, ' 5,00
Intelligence from Fortress Monroe informs
us that the men oi the 66th captured by the
rebels at Port Republic have been 'released
and aie now at that point. The names of only
one-third of the released prisoners are given
but we suppose that all have been " sent on
their way rejoicing., . Whether or not. they
will come any further North at present we are
not informed. The 66th needs them badly
enough.
Since writing the above, Mr. Humes has
received a letter from .his. son, D: Merrill
Humes, one of the released prisoners, which
states that they have arrived at Washington
ragged and dirty from their prison life in the
South. Upon arriving at Washington they
lay on the ahip twenty-six hours without any
thing to eat. This is disgraceful and some
body i3 to blame for it, and whoever it may
be deserves the "execration of all friends of the
noble boys of the 66th.
But about one-third of the boys were re
leased ; and we are not furnished their names
in full.
A. M. Gakgewer, Esq., Sec'y of the Ohio
Sanitary Commission at Washington, writes
from Washington that " nearly all otlr wouud
ed are doing well." nesays: '
" Please say to your Aid Societies that we
will be glad if they will forward to 6nf Asso
ciation, No. 537 A street, Washington, the
following articles, viz: Pocket-hankerchiefs,
shirts, drawers, woolen aocks, lint and band
ages. .
Oke of the saddest individual misfortunes
of the war that has come within our knowl
edge is that which has befel our young friend
Webb. Purcell. Mr. Purcell enlisted in the
45th Regiment, and was with it but a few
weeks when he caught a severe cold which
so affected him as to cause the loss of both
his speech and hearing. He will be place !
in the Asylum at Columbus where it is hoped
the lost powers will soon be restored to hint.
Su'crTafc the painful realities 6T war?"
Drafting. On the first of September the
following townships lacked in furnishing their
quota as follows': U'rba'na,"32'; 'MatTfiver, 52:
Jackson, 19; Concord. 6; Harrison, 4; John
son, 23 ; Salem, 13 ; Union, 3. Since that
tfme three have volunteered from Urbana
township so that its deficiency i3 29.
. It will require some exertion to fill up the
, .1 ' - t. .1...
quota, anu tlie sooner it la none tue uuuer.
There are certainly 23 men in Urbana town
ship out of 500 who enn "go to war.
Co. for three weeks ending Sept. 13, 1862. Married
On the Oth ijst., at the Baptist. Parsonage,
by Rev. Johrr C. Donham, Mr. David McKil
lop, and Mis Mar C. Joluison, both of Cham
paign county.
Co. for three weeks ending Sept. 13, 1862. Married Arrival of Chaplain Sears of the 95th Regiment.
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The Cuanlain of t'u O.nii Kcgmicjt f.'u y ..i
T v', V,- ...... ....:...,,. i;,',o!
I., neV. I . . .-MW.-. id- J'im iii.i"
Richmond. Kv.. l-aving that place one w-ck j
A vi'ilfdaf-'afer lia'viii'' spent One wee!;
ill Ihe lu.-j.r;.!. He reports the following
itrrh-, rwi!i'--;i will be-of interest to our read
!rs :
; The fozt 9nr-eon of the tufted States
ibispflalal RicMinoiid reports tlic killed ol the
I nio'.r m Mv in the battle of "Richmond at
250, n:ul w.MMKlcd at 702.
: lie reports lindiiig in the Seminary budd
ing, the general hospital, the following nicni-
...g, tue t uu. uu ... ..- !
bers of the Uitb Kegimertc, some ot whom ,
,. , , , ,
were sightly wounded, and have since re-
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fWe give only the names ol those in com
panies E. and G, from this county. Fd.
Usibs. tt'i":'.- - - i. '
Wm. Crawford, co G, wounded in right
side, (since died ;) C. Atkinson, co E, in foot,
(returned yesterday ;) Martin Flinder, co G,
slight wound ; Adolphus Green, co G, badly
wounded in leg, and died Sept. C, a few hours
after amputation ; S. K. Hutchinson, cr G,
wounded in shoulder; Geo. Kizer, co G, leg
amputated ; Daniel Mulhern, co E, in ankle
Judah Nash, co E, in hand, (since returned ;)
Geo. Keddle, co G, nurse ; Richard Taylor,
co G, wounded in arm', sir returned.
This includes about forty-two wounded,
but not inemding a tew in the errantry at pri
vate houses, which the chaplain did not see.
lie broVght" about 30 fetters to friends of the
93th, which were mailed at Cincinnati. Quite
a number of tlie regiment have since been
discharged, and are on their way home. rThe
names of some, who were left in charge of
the wounded, are not hero given. Capt.
Warnock remained to look after his men, al
?o Trivate Green, of Newark. The chaplain,
further reports that he left to obtain from
Gt a. Smith the privilege of bringing ambu
lances direct from Cincinnati for the wound
ed, and found, on application at Lexington,
tltat Doctor McDermont has just obtained a
special pass for that purpose, and he was
compelled to find his way home by a circuit
ous route through Paris, Carlisle, Flemings
burgh and Maysville, and thence by land to
Cincinnati. Of the names of the killed, he
has no list. Those who died in the hospital
were directly interred in the cemetery at
Richmond. Most were wounded throngu
the leg. Friends should not be over solicit'
ous &bout their friends who may be missing,
as many made their escape and are now with
the Union army at Louisville, The ambu
lances reft Cincinnati on Thursday, and will
probably return in a week. A few will
doubtless die from fever and the result of am
putation. Those in the hospitals were doing
well, being furnished with" many 'comforts
from the Unionists of Richmond, w ho com
prise tbe principal families and citizens.' The
number of our wounded in and around Rich
mond does not exceed' three hundred, and
many are daily discharged. The chaplain
will be at Camp Chase or in Columbus for a
few days, and will be glad to answer the iri-q-iiries
of frionds. Other particulars may be
given in a.ew days. A JoufudL,'
Is Camp Four Miles East ov Locistille, ) ,
" ' ' - - - Sept. 6, 1302. j ' '
Dkar : You will undoubtedly think
by this time that I intend to keep you well
posted, for I have written, I think, six or sev
en letters since I left home. We are in camp
this morning four miles out of the city, hav
ing joined my squad with the balance of the
regiment.
We number 23 men in Co. A, and
. . .,,.11 ll
JliO in tne regiment, an torn; pieuy aui.vi
regiment for so short service. This is in ad
dition to those here Kc We mustered at
Camp Chase 1.072 men. Just look at the
figures I We are in good spirits again ; all
we want is the privilege of recruiting the 95th.
Our bovs will never stand to be consolidated
w ilh any other regiment.
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Sergt. Jons G. Beal,
Co. A, 95th Reg't., O. V. I., Louisville, Ky
The above we take from the Ohio State
Journal of last Saturday. It seems that ev
er) thing is not so harmonious in the 95th as
might be. The entire regiment, both paroled
and escaped, was ordered to be at Camp Chase
last Thursday at 12 o'clock, all absentees to be
treated as deserters. This was a " bull" of
an order. How could those near Louisville
be at Columbus on that day ? And many
others of the regiment scattered iu Kentucky,
with a number in Ohio who would not sec
tlie order till after tlie appointed time ?
Bui, we believe, all the Champaign boys at
home went over, and as easily came back,
claiming that the United States had no right
to hold them there, unless merely for subsist
tence ; that if they were di illed or made to
perform guard duty, it would be violating
their parole in' aiding or abetting against the
Conlcderate States the former, in preparing
them to fight against that confederacy and the
latter, in filling the places of able-bodied sol
diers who would thus be enabled to go into
active service. The fact is, the question is a
difficult one to solve ; and proves the folly of
the " parole" agreement. While the men yet
belong to the United States service they can
render it no serrice. The only way to obvi
ate the matter, is to do like Dobbs did with
his apprentice " turn them off and hire them
over again." Discharge them from the ser
vice, and have them re-volunteer.
It" they aro dUcharged they will not be sold
iers and consequently need no parole : if they
rc-Tolunteer they will be new soldiets: who
have never beep, captured I . . .
But we have it that the 95th is ordered to
rendezvous in order to be sent to Pope to
fight the Indians. If the Court knows her
self and she thinks she do, every soldier who
has entered the (three years') service, enlists
for th ree years or during Hit war. What war ?
The war of eleven rebellious stales, known as
the Confederate States, against the Govern
ment of the United States, and none other.
Military Goons. That enterprising J"""'n,
G. Klli8 & Co., keep on hand and manufacture
to order, all descriptions of military suits, at
the very lowest priceSi It is unnecessary to
purchase anything of tho kind in the city
when you can be furnished in as good style
at home. This firm is always up with the
times.
As nearly every man wc brow anticipates
being drafted we suggest that all purchase a
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mn Italy sun at E..iit s, so win, wuuei ei u man-
ed will be ready I
The Ukbasa. Union should be in the Lands j.
of every family in Chi-.mpa'gu county.
!
j A " Fair'' Answer.- A writer from Ohio,
ontributes the following to Harper's Editor's
., . . ..... , ; . j.
D'wer : " .
T!?e Commissioners ef Mario cottnty made
a vlit lo Cleveland, a few weeks since, on
s.vi i,- business. They put m a 4 first crass
hot.-l. and when they cam to breakJast, a bill
: litre was handed to one of them by the wait
j rr. The couulrv gentleman was puzzled by
t!;P sight of it, Imi after examining it a mo
' nint, he-siivu-hed himself back, andsaid, "1
in.mnd'i oW'rjjctl to you for this paperr sir,
and will read it al'tct bfcakfast."
This is ftknoet .? goot as the yoimg gentle-
Biall from Logan couiUy, who, upon being
,3n lu"" 1 ,,.,'
presented wuh a bill of fare at the tablu or Use
r-"
Walnut Street House, Ciiicmnati, handed it
back to the waiter, merely my ing, ;" Fill the.
bill I".
Van Vi.ece, of the Kinderkook, N. Y..
Rough Notes, gt-tb off the following among
other good things :
He that steals our purse, ttcr.hpct(tje stomps
they're ours, they're yours, and have been
slaves to thousands, and when they get dirty,
will do nobody no good but he that appro
priates to himself our good name, takes two
Vs we would like to see him get the specie
on.
The SOtii. We understand that the 86th
(three month's) regiment, in which is Capt.
Mayse's company of this county, will be kept
in tbe service thirty days after the expira
tion of the lime for which they enlisted.
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS
The Rri.ES of this Office are : That no com
munication will be inserted, unless the name
of a responsible person be given to the publish
er. JIanu6erijts sent to this oflicc are to be con
sidered the property Of the publisher, and not
liable to be returned, except at publisher's op
tion. '
Miss M. McGr.-"-Your manuseript hag been
mislaid. As soon as We End it it will be re
turned. P. M., Waynesville. Letter received.
Thank you for information.
J. IT. H. G., Camp Dennison. All right
hereafter.
A. B. You are mistaken in supposing that
there will be no draft in Ohio if her quota is
not filled. Connecticut has already drafted
her deficiency, and all States will do likewise.
The draft is a ccn wuty if the- quota is not
furnished.
S. R. G. Our paper is furnished for no less
time than one year.
The Urbana Union is the paper for the in
dependent thinker and voter.
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS Special Notices.
."iMaii' ' gates jof guvcrtisiiitr.
TRANSIENT AND LEGAL.
One Simarc (10 lines or less) 1 insertion, J0.50
& " 0.
3 ' 1 00
" " ' " each additional o!25
REGULAR.
One Square, 3 months, &1.50
"' " 6 " e.oo
" " lyear, 10.00
J Column,.. .". 20.00
X " " 28.00-
H " " 85.00
1 " " 00.00
6 in:
3 m:
$12.00
15.00
20.00
35.00
7.00
10.00
12.00
20.00
Address, or Business Directory Card, 1 year $5.00
Th time for Drafting in Chnmrfairn Oonntv hnring
tw0n tk..atniinl ttrrlvr .if Cm-prn. ir T.irf nn'til
neaday. the l.t UV-of October A. 1). lvj, it will com-
monce on rnai aav ai o chick a. m. at tlie t ourt
House iu Urbana in nani County, and will be conduct-
ed in accordance with the following suction of order
ig?utd from the nr department.
5. At the time fixed ttn before provided hy the
Commissioner for making the draft, the Sherift'of the
County, or in his absence. tuch person as the Commis
sioner may appoint, phall in the presence of said Com
missioner, publicly place in a wn.'el or box, of a like
diameter to such as are used for drawing jurors, sepa
rate folded ballots, continuing the names of all persons
remaining on snch enrollment lists not stricken off as
before provided, and a proper person, appointed by the
Commissioner and blindfolded, shall thereupon draw
from said box or wheel a number of ballots, eoual to
the number of drafted men fixed by the Governor of
such btate as the quota of such county.
By a subsequent order of the Governor of the State
of Ohio, tlie draft will be conducted by Townships.
, . JOHN II. BRYAN. Commissioner
of Chainpaiim County Ohio.
Urbana, Sept. 9, 13T3.
ESTATE OF EVAITS GLENN, Dec'd.
The last will of Erant Glenn, Dec'd. has been ni
ved in the Probate Court of Champaign county, Ohi
and the undersigned. Executor of said last will, has
lyiven bond in said Court, and assumed the trust : all
persons having claims on said estate will present the
same to the nndersisjned.
Urbana, Sept. 8 1662. . Mart W. Glesx. Exoc'r.
LENT. I have lent and forpot to whom, Ranlett's
Architecture; 2 vols., blue inorocco hack, contain
ing plans, specifications and designs for building. The
person having it will please return it.
Aug. 2. nmf. JOHN n. JAKES.
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Legal.
QIVIL ACTION PETITION FOR DIVOKCE.
William Alfred, Plft", 1 In Common ricaa
a;iiinst ' f
Margaret Alftv4, Peteud't. ) fhaaipaitTit ouutT.Oliiii.
Tn-fnid"Marnret Alfred trill Mkc notlra thru the
said Willimu Alfred did. oli tlie Slst day nf A pril. Imi.
Hie Ins petition in the Court of Common H- of Chain
.ixu count-.-. Ohio the ohjett and prayer of sa:il pv
lition i. ihit the bands of niatriuionjr mny ne diwl
vcit hetween the aid partre? for the tollnwiux omw:
Hlumrv and ).-n)si neglect of duty and that uuIitk
aid defrmlant ntwtf appear, plwxt. au-wer or demur to
eiiid peUiUui ai-wrdin tolUu culefJAf iU X'ourt. the
same will Jh- taken B.D ccmi't6 'Siid.i(l d-f3nliint
Ik further notified Ihnt tlie di rwilloiu of witneSMH
will be taken at the office of H. C. Cearheurt. iu the
town of trillion, comity of Crawford.Ohio. on the isth.
19th and '20th daye of September. A. F). t. between
tlie iioan vT U 'clo-k, a.m. and A o'clock, r.v. offid
davtt. and ilw exumination adjourned from day to day.
thereafter, until all is taken.
II. C. CKARIIAltT, COHWIN & DOrtillTT.
Aug. SB, lsii. Allys for Petitioner.
U1 THE CltEDITOItf OF JOHN' KAPP, Dkc'u.
On the 21-t davof -Tulv. A.I). ISi'.-J. the Probate f'onrl
of Cbaunuiiiru cu. der'ar(i tliaeHikieof Jolui- !nnpp.
deceased, lo be probably insolvent: creditors re ibere-
tore reainrcu lo nreseni ineir ciiiims jiu-.iuisi uh t"..
to the undcrvynaLIur aHowance, wilhin aiit niint!ii
from the time above mentioned, or tiny will not be
entitled to navment. And all claims a.':iin-t sard es-
tate which have Ix un presented to. anu allowed liy. tlie
former admiiiitriirors "f -aid e-tnte. and not filed with
the undersigned, must be so liled within Thetiuiealiovc j
mentioned. AVII Wl U1-N BACK.
InlT-fcrJ Autst DoiM mm at John snapp, aeca.
JSTATE OF JOHN W OOtBol K.E, Dei 'd.
On the Snth September, lsti-2. I will sell at the door
of the CoKrt House in I'rnana. tuxe undivided sixth
part of thefidlowinir property, bcini Ihe intereiit there
in of the late John Woodbourne. and sold by order of
Champaign Common Pteau far the payment of debts:
One-sith of two-thirds of the property in Vrbana
Female Collegiate Inatltnte:
One-eixth of in-lot 14. in the town ot Sidney. Shelby
county. ).; and of in-lot 4S. except a parcel of b feet by
83 feet, fronting on Courtstreet;
One-sixth of W'K of NW V. nd WVorSWH nf sec.
11. town. 2. north of ranixe 6. E. in Putnam county. O.;
And SEli of sec. 5. town. 3. ran;e , except HI
acres, oft' tin; north end in Wood county.
Terms: One-third ill hand.ren4ue in.'w vear and
two years with, interest. WM. s. DAI.Lasi.
n21-lw Atim't of John Woodbtmrue. d.'c'd
Miscellaneous.
SO.METHESG NEW. HIGHLY IMPOETA"T TO
THE LADLES!
DOWNER'S
Patent Heramer and Shield
TOR HAND SEVOTG. '
Is " Just the Tiiin;;" for all who use the needle. This
Remarkably Simple and Novel Invention
Save one-half the labor of hand-sewinc;. a it COM
PLETELY PROTECTS THE FIXtiEIt FROM the
POLST OF THE NEEDLE, aud makes a neat and u
nilonn Uem while the operator is eewinst .
'0 LADY SUOVLD BE WITHOUT IT.
It is cheap, simple, beaoiifnV an nsefnl The Hem
mer and Shield will be sent free on receipt of the price
TWENTY-FIVE CENTS.
Enclose Stamp for descriptive Circular and terms.
.- - - AM". .
DOWNER'S
Metropolitan Skein-Winder,
AND
Sewing Bird. Combined
Is an article of srrcat merit. It.hs nscd for the purpose
winding Skeins of Thread. Silk. Cotton. Yarn, Floss.
OT9ICU, OC. It IT ICUUUl y,.r-.iu un. "wi.xr
ble. and will he found indispeiisible to all using the
dage to the Sewing Bird.
Price $0,50 to $1 according to style and Inlalt.
&150 I'er jNIontU
can he cnsilv' realized ltv an Entemrisinir Airente
(wanted iu everv town and'eounty throughout Ike V-
uiuu oiai.is aim yn n;e ia. I svihiis 1 11c .uipirmu'
sales are rapid. proCls larve. and has no coinpetiton,
A liberal discount made to the trade.
Address A, E. DCWNER,
H2 Broadway, New York.
Tatentee and Sole Troprietor.
N. B. tienend and exclnivo Agencies will be gran
ted on the most liberal terms. na :tm
Clothing.
flil.NU ANU SUMMER TRADE, 186J
EAV GOODS!
WE have just received a LARGE STOCK of
Also, a full assortment of
ALL. KINDS OF GOODS
TOR
MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S
which will be sold,
Either 5la.de tp, or By the Yard,
LOWEST PRICES FOR CASH
Our Stock of the above goods will he found
UNUSUALLY DSSIEAEL3,
Comprising the
BEST FABRICS TO BE
May HUT. S1HPFITH ELLI!- CU.'
Clothing. Spalding's Column.
'
JHET GO IttCUT TO tlfE. Sftv"
STOP YOUR ' COUGH I
: PUKli'T TOTTff E HEATH t ' ,
STRENGTHEN. YOUR- VOICE '
)
THK5AT CQKf ESTIONS!
r. -nn ynr CI.fi RliTil EN.
GOOD FOIt LECTURERS,
,nrm ur.n m-DTii cnrirr-iie
GOOD FOR PLBLIC SPEAKX15S.
COOD FOR SfXCERS
- ' GOOD FOR COXSL'SPTTPS '
SPALBINC'S THROAT CONFBCTro
L1DIJ!8 BELKHttro WITH ;
SP ILDBfr S THROA1T t6X PECTION Hi
eirtLDeta cnt rot
SPALDING S THROAT COXFECTIOS.
They relieve Congh Instantly.
They dear the Throat- 1
They give strength and volume to the Toice,
They Impart a deMcuMSs aroma, ti tLe "brealh.
They are delightful to the tasta.
They are made of simple herbs and cannot hara u y
one.
I advia every one who has a Congb or a Ttuskv
Voice or a Bad Breath, or any difficulty of the This
to get a package of my Throat ConfecfToos; fhey will
relieve yon instantly, and yon win agree with mo
that " they go right to the spot." Yo will find tlkcin
very useful and pleasant while traveling or attending
public meetings for stilling -yonr Congo, or allaying
yonr thirst. If you tory oae package, I sat safe tn aay
ing that yon will ever afterwards consider them indis
pensable. Ton will find them at the Draggist net
Dealers in Medicines.
price twextt-five cekts.
My signarnre sod tscii package. All ofnen r
counterfeit. :
A Package will be sent hy mail, prepaid on recejpt
of Thirty Cents. Address
HEN fT?" C. SPAliDTNO,
43 CEDAS STEEET, YOrkK.
CEPHALIC PILLS
cms
sick riEADACin:.-
CEPHALIC FILLS
CUKE
BILIOUS HEADACHE,
CEPHALIC FILLS
NERVOUS HEADACHE.
3rBy th tis of fhese Pills the periodie attaclts 6
Xerron Or Sick Headache may be prevented ; and if
taken at the commencement of ah attack immedi&ia
relief from pain and sickness will be obtained.
They seldom tail in removing the Nausea and Head
ache to which females are so subject.
They act gently nponthe bowels removing COstiver
ries.
For Literary Men. Studcntsi Delicate Female, and
all persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable as m
Laxative, improving the appetite, giving tone and vig
or to the digestive organs, and restoring their natural
elasticity and strength to the whole system.
rrn ' I ." I I I T T. . DTITT T Q .k. n h1I nt lnnn (mi
J HC 1 1.1 A U.LIL.kJ V. . ..V. ...Jul. V.. wuj . "
vestiiration and carefully conducted eiperimenta,.
having been in nse many years, during which tima
they have prevented and relieved a vast amount of
pain and suffering from Headache, whether originat
ing in the nervous system or a deranged Etate of tha
sttmiach.
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 easy to administef
them to cMldren.
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS t
tSThe genuine hove five signatures of
HENRY C SPALDING
on each box.
ld by Druggists and all other dealers in Sedicinea.
A box will be sent by mall, prepaid, on recefpt of th
.Price,- 25 Cents
Ali orders should be addressee! to
HENRY C. SPALDING,
CEDAR STREET, XETW YORK,
fJ"A single bottle of
SPALMXG'S FEEPASE3 ELH2
will save ten times its coatf
Spalding's rreparfed Griu
Spalding's Prepared Glu
Spaiding's Prepared Gluo
SAVE THE PFECES
ECONOMY
1)I8PATCIH
rA Stitch iu Time saves IIne.'3
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
cry, &c:
SPALDlXGtS PREPARED GLU
Meets all sucli emergencies, and no household can af
ford to be without It. It is always ready ana vp to
the sticking point.
"USEFUL IS EVERY HOUSE."
g. a Brnh accompanies each bottle;
PIUCE 25 CENT
Address
hew .y c m i ax.i rw & t
43 CED.Ut PTRFET. KEW YORE
C.VTIO'.
Ascci-'-un onjwmi-ipi-a p'rou are aiie.mp ting to
rolm off on the onspcth)S pt'iMlc. imi'utton of my
PREPARED CLL'E. 1 would caution all porEons to ex
amine before pnrchas'lng, rfnd see that the full nam
. .., SPAIOllNO'S PRF.PAR1U) OLUE1
i on tlie ont?ide wrapper all others are ewindli .
to'mtc-t'ciic.

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