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Urbana Union Directory.
Urbana Union Directory. The Markets.
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Flour, pcrbbl.... Oats, per bash...... 2
Flour, extra".... 9.0(1 Barley " be
Wheat, pr bush .. W lover sef4. 0.0"
Rye 4d Timothy "... . 0.00
Hay.pertoa 8.00 Flax . ""....-.... LOO
Corn, per bushel, 23
Grcr aa PrarUtoa Dtktcti
IUf, per pound, 5 8
Pork, ' 6(.H
Bacon, Ham, 12
Mackerel, ' 10
White Fih .Cbbl. 4.00
Coffee, cor lb ' it25
Mohusses, N. O.
Potatoes, pr. tin. t
Egir. lr. doz.
10 J Pried Applesoft,
Clover Seed, . .4. i-xfi .1
Corn, . ,
Nlnskev, ltic-t If
.K.OOiio.SO I Com
. LtO (tl.SO j Oats
8uft!5 i Beef,
SANDUSKY, DAYTON & CINCIN'TI R.
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(UrbanaJ station, as follows : , . -
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. Way do Mondays, Weds Fridays..
Through Freight, every dsy .........
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10.20, P. !.
5.40, a. m.
Mail ..... ., i &0S, P. M.
Murning Express S-'iO, a. m.
Way In Tuesdays, Thtirs ft Saturdays, r. v.
Through Freight, every day,.... 2.10, A. .
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Rev. L. li. Long. Taslur. Serviee every
bath. Hoars: 1 i. A. M., 7, p. M.
S.iblMih Srhool at 1 43. r. M
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Court and Waiuut Street. Kv. J..- Severing-,
fcntis, P.etor. orvKi every
. Hours : 11. x. x.. a. r. M.
- tebbth Bfhuol at W, a. m. ' . ". '
1st Metil E. Cm acl-South-Y.'ctt romrri
Chureh aud orlh iliu fctrwrts. Kev. C. .
Sol-vires cery isnbtotli.- Honrs
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evening, at 7
Regular Travel- lleeiiug, AVed;icsilay -evening:,
3d Mint K Ciimcn East W aJw St rod. J
Sabbath. :'non: i. ; P.
t ... t ii w,.k;..., ' I'-if.ir Ki"-,-,i- ovitv
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(.enend Uasa J4eetiir, Monday erciin-, t 7 1
BAPTMCrrrarn. F.ast Court Street nev.J.!.
liJ?U? J?IT. M.'
ftnl.bath School at M. a. M.
v. ,'-cr0m"erSri0to and Ken i
ton Streets. Rrv. Ciunmings, Pastor, fccr-
i ..t-.r, fmirth ililiatll. Hollfe : 1 1. AM.. 3 I
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New CnrBca. Xorth-west corner South Mail. ,
md Reynolds streets. Rev. J. T. baton, l;ist.r. i
Scric every Sabbath, nour: n, a.
Catuolic CufRCn. John Street.
Kearney, Priest. Services every
Hours :" 11. a. M.
Associate Eefoemed Cni Rcn. Weft Market
, Member of Consrrcss, ,
Jomnion Pica Judge,
lVoliatc Judge, . .
CTcrk Commim Pleas,
Prosecuting Attorney, .
AaJilur, , .- . -Treaircr,
C'roer, . .
I -,m missi nnrS-
E. IVrsuuK '
Samson Mason. !
t A. V. Iloward. 4
A. F. Vance, i
Sainson 1". Talbot '
David M, Fisher, i
Jns. Q. Baird.
ftanmel Williams, aenjannn Davis.
-laSmrarr Directors. . " John VT. ITitt,
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'Ellin, James , P. -Tiiular, (k-orge W., Collins,
' ' ' ' ' Joteph C.-CjIcub. '
Recorder, . . . . John Russell.
Marshal, V - I yv ill ?acb C. Jones.
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CITY AND COUNTY.
The question has been asked, whether
the T'rbaxa Union will be a permanent
paper. We answer lhat it is no tempor
ary thing ; it is meant to be permanent.
It males 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 mast
pay on delivery, or they cannot bo cus
tomers. The publisher wishes to be ex
plicitthe Urrana Union will Uo it
duty, and will keep good its word.
Wood. "Will our friends bringiu a Wint
er's supply of wood, as soon as possible, and
En. Usios Announce the name of Gen.
John n.-Young as an Independent candidate
(or State Senator, and oblige the
OCTOBER ELECTION. UNION MEN OF CHAMPAIGN.
bvTomingTo,-w.--.rd,prou:igpi-; p -r!va.,d paV-!
, " j
" " - '-'.C '
cs refuse to receive him, claiming, we sup-
l-.that he wouM mrkc a f,ettcr Congress-t'b-rk,
man than Elder. That is, they don't care
Ed. Press. Plea.-' announce ihe name of
Joseph Te-ste as an Independent candidate
for Infirmary Director, at the ensuing Coun
ty Election. Masy Voters.
This is Fair week but the weather hasn't
leen as fair a it might be, although pleasant.
H "oysters. "Ave you li'eaten li'any h'of
Gump's h'extra L'indi-reslibla h'oysicrs?
Tnr. Kditor's absence last week will ao-
ewnt fur any errors and omissions in this
week' cumber of lite Union.
The Fair opened yesterday and the pros
pects for a successful exhibition arc about as
srood as htst rir.
We rtnderstand '.hat (lump's oyslers were
with Union "biiit" off the Monitdr.
not "contraband" .anv how. CVl
, , an.l Il,am '
i. -' Ll
Tut Dh.vft i riiKmnaiim ennntv omme-n-
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ces to-day. A II but four towi s nps have f.ir-
j ni-hed tlieir quotas.
These lour are M4
J Kiver, Jackson, Concord and Palt-m.
Fj-es:i Fis:t. W. F. Ihivmend has opened
, ware .store, aim can supply everybody with
i (he best fresh and salt fish. "C;st yoor
.mps m Raymond s.
The Greenville Democrat lias the mrrrr:a-ie
, ofllrnwB Avswonger to Elizabeth l'ilt'en-
; iierger. According to fashionable stv
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i Dn.le s name lirroaltor will I-e Hizabclh Titts-
; vramiwr..l,i,.l, kt ;
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' war tiiiies, . ". -
..- r : f-j--
TitK Ceiiei-.il Draiieh ot Noiili Carolina,7
who. wa.s , killed at the Lat;X' of Amiclain.
was n brother T)f lf-s.- Q n en of Ihis place.
t mij uui te (httmuu.s iieam
ti.:.. i.j i, - r ,i : i i ,
of the decoase of her hiiher.
r-i.vTn.Divn 'u., p.kImI. ....t; 1 :
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a ai;ee on some eiieiire ri avers nsi .-moh :iv "nwi
om!ured a nari:J conv ,r.he ITi.mre ni .1.,. I
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.mr kings. The owners can have the same
Onto Ahmy Ikcistt:r U'e are in-Ieb'ed to
""' Compiler, Giav"
-,G. Poland, Pr a copy
the '-Army Regi.-ter ( Ohio, Volunteers
in me i . .service lor Jul lyti' a very
in the U. S. Service for .1T.1 ISO;" a verv
use"ul work, and should have a wide circula
Price. 25 cent.
laud, O, S. Journal office. Columbus, O.
e are under obligations to lion. f. S
Cox, tor a beautifully printed copy ot his
Eulogy on Hon. Stephen A. Douglas, one of
die Regents nt the .Smithsonian Institution,
f"d prepared by request of ihe Board of thai
Institution. It is a noble tribute to the mcmo-
ry of the iTu-arkus Statesman.
. -r . ... ,
TH- Maj. uen. u nllaec has com
mence l the organization of the Second Rcgi
nift of Paroled Piisnners. It will be com
"landl,J I'? Colonel MoMillen and the paroled '
ot the Soli) Will constitute a groat portion of:
the regimcntr As soon asorganized it will be j
-sent to Gen. Pope's department.
Tits new Presiding Elder (M. E. Church I
of UiLs District is a riian of ability .and pos"-
rton;- - Tie U -wenhhy, Cauda brothcr-iii-L-iw
ol Ex-Senator rugh.) But the Urhana churc'.i-
about James (F. C's.) epistle up Uiis way.
Mayor Patrick issncd a very proper " Xo
tice" lapt week against the breakage of a
street by any resident for the purpose of pro
curing sand. The law in this matter wiil be
strictly enforced hereafter as it should be. .-
We notice that but few of ihe J.ills posted j
by the Mayor are now to be seen. Tliis is I
another wrong that needs looking after the '
deslrnctton ot psted bills, ecc. There is a
("strict corpffl-atioTi law aTatrrst it; and ofibnders
had belter be careful in the future, as our of
ficers intend to discover the perpetrators of
such little practices.
The noted Ord way's Minstrels wiil give
one of Ihrir choice and much admired con
certs at Unjoa Hall, this O'e-duesday) CT.
ning. The troopc beasts aming oUiers of such
names as the Messrs. Ordway, Howard, Hoff
man, Berrvillc, Watson, Ordon, McEwcn, and
Master Charlie McFwen, the youthful jig
dancer. Go and hear them.
Ordway Mi.vsti:e:a This minstrel band,
which has been delighting our tit kens with
music for thc past week, will perform in Ur
bana on to-morrow (Wednesday) evening.
The music loving people there may expect a
treat from them. 0. & Journal, Tuesday.
The BnoAnwAT IIotki, Cincinnati, Is un
doubtedly the " cleverest-' place lo stop at
when visiting the Queen City. Its accom
modations arc not excelled; and all its arrange
ments so comfortable that the guests of Mr.
Cromwell cannot but " m.-.kc themselves at
home " at the Broadway, Mr. Lutz, thc
gentlirmanly and efficient clerk, is roaliy one
of the ' institutions" of the Bi oadwav, and
adds much to the popularity of the Iio'.hc by
l.is urbanity aud attcntiveness to guests. Citi-
zeiii; cf our e3un!v vis:tjii Iho ci'.v wnl
1 at the 'lh-oa-lw.Tr.'
Bi-.sJvvav and Svcwvl street?.
Oniric G. Po- i
The Sixty-Sixth in Another Battle.
- The. " bnlly old 3d brigade" was, as
might be expectod, in the recent severe
battles in Maryland. The blood of the
brave men of this brigade, it seems, is to
sprinkle nearly every battle ! field- of; the;
east. The "handrull" of the Sixty-nxth
fought as bravely at Antictam as the full
regiment did at fort Ecpublic. ' ;
On the Ifith of Sontember the rebels
. , - ,
iook a position on tne west siae ot jin
tietam creek, a little north of Sharpsburg,
towards LTaperstown. i General MeClell
an attacked thcra there on the next day
(17th) his army facing west, and on a
line of battle five miles in extent. In
this line Ilookor commanded the extreme
right, then Sumner, then Sykes with the
Regulars; then Fitz John Porter, and
then Burnsidc on the extreme left of the
read from . Middlctown to Shrpsbrirg
The Sixty-sixth was in Banks' division,
commanded by General Williams. This
division was part of Sumner's corps,
which done as hard fighting as any, and
lost as many men as all the other corps
together. They were in the " thickest
of the fight," as the following exhibit of
their losses proves. The two brave men
of the Sixty-sixth, who slept their last
sleep on the tattle Geld of Antietam, will
be warmly honored in the hearts of the
people of Champaign, as patriots only
Kii.u:n. John Walker, Company I!; Ed
ward Morris, co, I.
Worxrr.t. Lieut. Col. Tn-n ell, lie' !: and
(ace, slightly ; co. A, Terry C. Ilon ard. shoul
der; Foster Morjran, neck, serious; Washing
ton Jones, shoulder; i:o. I), Aaron Xewcomb,
two finders off; ea. E, George Jones, tliii;h,
flesli wound. refer'Si'rford, do Thomas War-
,-n nlict cfiri.MK rr. (. TrtK T?.,rri fliir,t.
Ik-sh wo:iiid ; Caner iIouer, les. Iraetiired ;
John W. KiisseM. fiice ; William V. Taylor,
To:n '''r1'1- A- K- l'od. lop, slight, Ray-
niond W illiiiin", leg. shylit; co. Jv, i'ratix
Shaw, arm. slight ; Smiley Smith, leg, flush
"'"Vn" : "UUnm '"ell leg. amputated ; co.
r, Janies (.,nv, erom; co. J. John . Xinselv,
i,,,,,,,, . jou's : Harrison Dow. arm. serious :
J. J.-Xehler, gioin. : '' ' ' '
The hesst description of tinTpmt taken by
flie'CCth in the" fight is given in Lieut. Colonel
Powell's letter, below. Colonel IWell add
ed fresh laurels to his nsme as a leader, in
JrinmXTowx. Uahyuasd, ?
' V 5"nmrslay; Sept: lSth, 1SG2. " (
T. W. Towki.l, Esq. Dear Sir: We had
a terrible fight with the enemy vestcrdav.
nenr Sharpsburg. Our brigade, consisting of
.1... r.,1, r.l. ry i na.l. T .
lut- lul:"lu"'". auu oui a a., eur
into the fieht early in the morning, while the
was so dense that Ave could not see but
i. tlurt tlistancr. . ,AVe came upon the rebels,
drawn up in line, in a cornfield awaiting. We
advanced to within 100 yards o( them, re
turned their fire. We advanced firmly. They
in a few minutes broke and run, except a few
that were left.. Bull was amazod, when we
reached the ground when their line stood, at
terrible execution lhat we had done.
T1,e ,k',l,1 w"c,c P1'1''1 I so '. ,!mt w
ould hardlv Bass wiihout steiiniiic on them
,, J,--.v , . r,.Y , ' 1 " .'cmilmnel
' " '" wl" ,OOK ule pr"ols belonging to
one of their regiments. We also trot a can- j
non and two caissons. We advanced rapidly.
1 nsoners, tliougli numerous, were no oliiect: i
and were merelv ordered to the rear. After
.wossuig the cornfield we came under the tire
several rebel batteries,-,. Advancing some
listance, we took position and awaited the
coming up of some of our artillery". A bat
Address ,ery Eoon came, and -returned the fire of the
rebels. In ihe meantime, our Infantry had j
been driven out of a piece of woods on our '
flank, and the enemy immediately advanced j
on us, while they, with '.heir sharp-shooters,
were picking cfT pur gunners, very fast, ren
dering it almost impossible to make use of
the guns. We fixed bayonets and awaited
them. We were on the right jn line with
our batteries. The enemy, advanced to with
in 75 yards of u, and halted. We gave
them a volley, which they receive ! with ef
fect, and retreated. We advanced firing,
when they retreated, and but few ever reach-
ed thc cover of the woods. In :
a short time
ano,l,er column was thrown arainst us nnd
it tlicl) became a regular stand up fight
Tkvy far omnnmbered us, and our Infantry
' , . ' ' ' !
uiu ., ,itt .-,i.icj vi vtu i:uii.- uu lull limn i
could he brought to bear, when the enemy
wen; driven back in confusion.. The fir.
lasted with but little intermission until 3
o'clock p. m.- --when we; were withdrawn. ' j
I received a pretty severe musket wound j
in my cheek and neck. A ball also cut my j
shirt collar, and one passed through my coat.
had in the regiment but two commissioned
officers with "me, (Lieuts. Smith and Yeaglc,)
and about 120 men.
The Doctor, or. dressing my wound, ad-
vised nie to come to this place for rest. I am
fu..';,r iint.,v nn.i Tt-;n n, ...
.mnW. j -will soon "send 'you a"lU of
our ceslu 1 ies. The hatt'e of ycsteid ly was
nu'.ch.. the most severe of the war; but pcr-
haps a worse one to-morrow. W? have eain
ed a great victory, and hope to gain a greater
on the morrow. .
- Your son.
Tue Paroled CCin Boys. By the follow
ing extracts from a letter received from A. F.
Vance, jr., now in Washington, it will le seen
that ihe paroled prisoners of the GGth have
been exchanged, arrived there, and will soon
rejoin their regiment. This will be good news
to all, and exceedingly so to the boys them
selves, who have been anxious to be with their
comrades in the Gold and share in their dan
gers and glory :
' " " " ' ' WAsmScrtwt. D. C, I -i
Sept. 26, 1SU2. f
I should not have written to-day but I went
down town this morning r.nd was sitting in
Captain TT6rr"s room and Mastr"Wr!ght came
and said that our (GGth) prisoners had just
arrived from Annapolis." So away we went
the river and sure enough they were there.
They all look hearty but Sam. Jamison, who
sick; he has something like the quinsy;
and ought to be at home. He says he has
been sick ever since he was captured. You
can tell his folks that he is not dangerously
sick and that he will be taken care off. lie
at thc Muray House. . Tell Johu Russell
that Bob looks very well.- lie has been ick.
ShoM'stall, John Gurnca and Landis are look-
ing very well.
I don't think the boys will
get to come humc before j-iiuiuj
List of Exempts from the Draft in Champaign
List of Exempts from the Draft in Champaign County---by Townships.
J M Cnmlitr
S G Kiieiien
J 8 Carter
; . J W Rees"e " ' .
3 i Kuripht
Pnfriek Welch - -
P W Deeiv
,T B Stansl'iiry ;
l'homo Power .
J C McCauley
S II Roach
Thomas Bell : -
- Samuel S Powell ;
John Stindy " . .
' - J C Bonluim
- t f woods - :
Tos C A'ance' . - -Bonj
E B Patrick
S X Mathews
II W Tr ca
Patrick Murphy -William
; Patrick Moouey
A J n.-u.l
1 ntnek Uiley
H B Ptnynian
John S Thomns
D M Fisher
S P Talbot -S
John W Rector
S P Smith :
.T M Cross
J II Cralt
G B Coulter
C W Porter
(frimth Ellis '
fno M Carter
E C Siivrigh
Wm C "Glenn
C W Roof
Janii;s Col gan
' R M Arrastron"
X Ambrose "
W M Rhodes
.United Status Sunreon,
I W Goddard
Peter ft Colbert
S J Zirklo
Philip Jenkins" '
W F Grossman
Jesse G Pence
. Dennis Mahar
Michael Hart man
United States Couniiissioucr,
John II Bryan
Tost Officers, .
J L Xilchman " John W Stevens
W R Thomas
W W Wilson
X S Johnson
J H Collins
J B Cnrmin
S II Stockton
Casper M Zerkle
Isaac P Pond
' r ' ,1Klr,a
J J Gibbs
M W Barger
" W II Eplcy
- - J M Tritt
. James W Heath
J C Miller
Jon itlkin Pence
, Physical Disunity,
P M Mclntvre
' William Crowl '
T M Tayler
J sines Wilder
Israel E Math:
A J Inlow
S K Jackson
J V Harris
W M Shelkett
Edwin R Xorthcutt Wm Smith
John Holbi uner
E C Field
Mi rlin Ltddy
Wm F Pence
J II Miller
r:tr,.i Tr ...
A Wjikinon j sgtevena
McAlvxander Isaiah Fuson
Martin Pencil Wm Ritter
A F Lichliler
J M Demory
Lemuel Baldwin -'
J X Kaufl'mau
W C Hunter
John Zook t -C
Daniel G Coleman,
J V Woodruff
N A Wireman
James Durncll Albert Ramsay
Peter Swisher A C Williams
F McMuIIei; Peter Blae!:
Joseph Smith Eli Cowgill
-' Portmsster-, - -"
L C Guthridge
Lucius Cranston -Fletcher
Robert M Spain
W H Corbit
. t) McCulloch
A W Spaiil
A W Torrenoe
Ed Sheeftr' i .'
J S Donlc J II Xewcomb
- Alien . Postmaster
Wm Abbott ' ' ' John W Legge
J W Gingery
X E Wooley
Henry C Pearce
W K Wilson
Samuel M Dunlap
- - Mic'uacl Tobin
;' Uthano.-87 ; Mad River, 20: Jackson,- U :
Concord. 15; Harrison, 20; Johnson. 20; Ad
ams, 9; Salem, 42; Wayne, 9: Rush, 5; Go
shen, 23; Union, 19. Total in County, 2S9.
Liect. D. M. Vance. Our readers will be
gratified in hearing from this young officer of
the 11th Regulars participant in McClellan's
campaign's and battles. He writes as follows
of the ' a "le of Antietam. His opinions in
the concluding paragraph arc the opiuions cf
thc entire army and also of the loyal Ameri
"In the battle of the 17th we were sup
porting Ihe batteries on a liyh range of hills,
where we had a view of the whole battle
field, and only suffered from the enemy's
shells which they sent over us-"iicfc and
fast" Our (Sykea) division loss was not
very heavy. It was a grand sight, I tell you,
from our position. We saw the whole battle
our infantry advancing rebel infantry
broken and retreating our iufantry charging
on rebel batteries, repulsed, rallied, and finally
carried them, Arc. I would not have missed
the sight for anything. I would give you a
description of the battle, bni I have not
time, and besides you will get much better
ones in the papers.
Our brignda went over the river last Satur
day on a rceonnoisance, and found the enemy
in force. We recrossed with a small loss. (I
lost two men from my company,) bringing
back with us four pieces of artillery taken
from the rebels. The water was about kne
Thc rebels are driven out of Maryland and
Gen. McClcllan has doxe it. I think the
people must see by this time that he (McClell
an) fs the only General the army has confi
dence in. If they ht hiin hare his oicn tcaj, he
will toon bring this tear to a close.
Care of Ohio Troops in New York.
The following correspondence will be read
with interest by the friends of the sick and
wounded boys of Ohio regiments in Xew
York city. A number of the GGth's boys aie
there now and it is cheering to know that
they will be cared for as they should be. Our
fellow townsman, T. B. Read, Esq., is a promi
nent member of the Aid Association, and in
acting thus is a noble representative of Ur
bana: . '
Office Qcarterm aster Gexkrai. ok Ohio, )
Columbus, ()., Sept. 2G, 1SG2. . .
' Ed. JorttSAt, : Enclosed I hand you a let
ter of Col. Baker with a printed slip, showing
the care taken mid interest felt in New York
City by Ohio men for Ohio soldiers, which
you are at liberty to publish, a.id whicii- r;l
doubtless be of public interest to the people
of this State. .
GEO. B. WRIGHT.
NEW YORK, Sept. 24, 1862.
Gr.i. O. R VTriqld, Q. Jf. G., Cohimhut:
Dear Sir Knowing the ability of Ohio
Merchants now residents here, and supposing
the J100.000 appropriated to Gov. Tod's ase
(or soldiers was nearly all used up, I have or
iginated an association, and we are now do
ing what other States are doing for their sol
diers, " caring fur them tenderly." R. B. Brooks,
who devotes his whole time to the hospitals,
is a Cincinnati discharged soldier of my ac
quaintance. He reports the wants and names
to me, and I to the Executive Committee or
supply them direct, as the case may be. I
enclose the proceeding.1- of our last meeting.
As soc.n as Mr. Brooks finishes his trip around
for this week, in which I accompany him
when I can, I shall again report to. you :
meeting or inn onto so:.DTrr.-' .:r a.isociatios.
An adjourned meeting of this S ociety wasj
held on Monday evening at the Fifth Avenue j
Hotel, J. B. Butler in the Chair.
The committee on Constitution, appointed
at the last meeting, reported through their
Cliairman, Col. T. B. Read, tendering a draft
for such constitutions, which was adopted,
Thc Finance Committee reported, that Sl-
210 had been raised by them fnr the benefit
thc association. The thanks of the associ
! ation were voted to both the committee and
Mr. H. r. Clough, in advocating the adop
tion of these resolutions, highly eulogized the
Col. B. r. Baker was elected treasurer:
arid, on motion, an Executive Committee Wa
appointed, comprising Messrs. T. B. Read, M.
Ileidelback and T. F. Cole.
Col. Baker reported that he was satisfied
that Ohio, Pennsylvania and Michigan could
unite togo'her so as to have one suit of rooms.
The clerical help could also be simplified; ly
acting jointly with thc other Slates. .He was
favor of securing for the present the rooms
the Pennsylvania Society, No. ITU Fulton
This matter was left for the consideration
i .1. T7 n ;..
lire rixecntive omniiiice.
On motion of Mr, T. B. Read, all the donors
Contributions were elected honorary mem
bers of the Association.
On motion tif Mr. J. F. Cole, it was resolv
ed to send an authentic copy of the proceed
ings to Gov. Td(i of Ohio. ,
Immediately after the close of the meeting,
Executive Committee organized, and en
gaged the services of Mr. Reuben B. Brooks,
who will at once with one of the members of
Committee, visit the Ohio soldiers, now in
hospitals in and about the city.
B. P. Baker,
"The Uuiusa Union should be in ihe hands
every family in Champaign county.
toeal uti preceding p.
To The Fripxtis or Cait. Rikkr's Co:
The Surgeon of the 113th Regt has, very
wirely, issued thc following appeal. It de
serves immediate attention :
CAMP CHASE, Sept. 26, 1862.
7 tl? fiknilsof fiel ihti )' i . f
As thc cold weather approaches, our nv-n
require good, warm Mittens, and, without
them, will suffer exceedingly from cold. !
Will not the molhors, sisters and wives of
the foldier of the H3lh take the matter in
hand, and prepare a good supply at once.
We ought to have Rt least 1200 pairs.
: The mittens should be knit of good, heavy
yarn, with a fore-finger on each. They can
be sent to the undersigned at Camp Chase. -
J. R. BLACK.
Surgeon 113th Regt. O. A'. I.
- I heartlv end the' above call, as there
! is scarcely anything more essential to the
comfort of a soldier in cold weather than n
pair of mittens..-' . . Jaues, A. Wn.ro-.
Colonel 113th Regt. O. V. .
Personal Dr. Seeley, late of the Glen
Forest Water Cure, Yellow Springs, has be
come a resident of thi place. As a physician
of high standing and a gentle! tan of culture,
we trust that he may experienc; success among
Us. We find the following complimentary
" personal" of the Doctor in the Springfield
Dr. Skei.ey; We learn that Dr. Seeley,
formerly Homeopathic Physician at the "G'en
Forest Water Care," Yellow Springs, Ohio,
(which by the way is one of thc most popular
health establishments in the country) has re
moved to Urhana, where he intends to prac
tice bis nrofesion Tbft citiyens nf T'rh.mn
. ' ",,"- " r
Will find h:m an able exponen of this pOpllT.J
, it i iii
iac s-sieiii ui mcuujiiie auu A laiuaoie acquis
ition to tlieir Medical Corp. We bespeak for
him that remunerative practice which his pre
vious successful treatment of diseases so just
ly entitles him to.
B.V.NXERS of GLORY.T-At. Wi.swcll'--, Cincin
nati.' can be seen three flags' with the follow
ing respective descriptions.
1. " This flag was carried by the 5th Ohio
regiment through their whole campaign up
to the day before thc battle of Winchester."
j 2. "This flag was carried by- the 5th Ohio
volunteers in" thc battle of ""Winchester." " The
staff eagle was carried away by a cannon ball
from the enemy and twelve bullet holes
were made in the flag."
3. "This flag was carried by Ihe 5th Ohio
volunteers in the battle, ot Winchester and
dad five color bearers killed under it.' There
are 47 bul'et" holes in it.' :
Who wouldn'ube proud in belonging to
the Fifth Ohio ? 1
Stati Sexator. The announcement of
General Young's name in to-day's paper will
meet with approbation throughout the District.-
It is against Mr. Yonng's desire to be
a candidate for any office this fall he is an
unconditional Union man and has withdrawn
from all political attachments until the suc
cessful termination of the war devoting Li
time and talents lo that end. But it is the
wish of the people that he shall represent
them in thc Senate, and we do not believe
that he will resist vnrpnjmli when the couifr
try is in its greatest time of need.
Sor.onrM. Our thanks are di:e Messrs
Barger t Ward of Concord township for a
bottle at Sorghum" molasses, nianufactun &
from cane of tiiis year's growth. It is well
manufactured and of excellent- flavor. Mr.
f. C. Melholland. operator. j
We suppose this firm is prejiare to sup
, , r , , , - '
ply ah or.lers lor wrjlium. -V home limmifac t
turers they deserve patronage. '
The tremendous destruction of life among
the rebels at tlir battle nfAnlietam w large
ly due our artillery. The Richmond Enqui
rer acknowledges: Ihe terrible efjlency of that
arm, saying :
'The enemy's artillery was scr.cJ with
terrible effect upon gallant troops.'
TO READERS AND CORRESPONDENTS
The Ri les of Tnis Office are: That no com
munication will be inserted, uulcss the name
., , t - . , .. . i
of a responsible person be given to the publish-:
cr. Manuscripts sent to this oltiec are to be eon- j
sidered the property of the publisher, and not
liable to be returned, excr-pt at publisher's op
! tiou. :
Miss I.. I. P. Your commilnicatitn receiv
ed. Will receive early attention.
B. X. The Ui'.bana Uxtox is Uncondition- i
ally L'nion.'as any reader knovsj and belongs ;
to no party or clique.
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' Quisle eon-ins. all m.-irried. and nil delicate and aitinv.
Aiuid the Uauiuu: circle mI my frUMiili" and actiua a
, 1 tanccs. f c.-inniit recall ten ni.nricd ladies born ia
. RETAIL miens.
Veyetalne PiKs, J. r Uix.
Or.-i-n M i oi nlal :i Oinl iiic-iu, pf-r box, -"
'(irmpwitla. pr-rbou!"-. tin
I'litliirvn': I'anrtcps. w-r ltile, .rrff
Eye LurUn. per bottle. V.i
Ktiver and Ane Remedy, per b.jl, OO
ll-'stlh Ritters, per pai-k.u:( , 25
Dy"itiTT vmp. ner N.tllc, -Oon-nmTiivp
Halm, per beltle.
loll'-on. per bottle. 1 V)
Oraefi ntwrir Pile Ifemcdv. per boltle, 1 CJ
Mannal of fleabU, per copy, 3r
Fur sale by thc city druggists; also by agents in lbs
prineipal lou u in Ohio.
Ilnrtloril, Trumbull Co., v., March 'OT.
I hereby certify that I bs-e ben iV-nrine In tl 3r
ri-utar? Mctlichi- fur the past vcar. and C21 Irnly rnf
that i IiKVe met ith the decided .-pprotr.iiiou ul u.w
people like the-c. p.-irticubrly Ihe pills ami nithcHirw..
They will mlili- perfnrni nil and mere than rs jirnruisnl
f(,r IliMii. I h:tv sf.Ul billt tiftv biifrten of the cnibo-
lieon the past to(-ssHi. mid I h'ir tft t-t rrsnlfs tfi ev
ery case. J. li. c. ,lol)f.. Medical Ajent.
Ri.sd what Dr. Bnshnett snvs of the r.ricfen!..r
Medicine. Dr. B. i- a iiiiyi-iaiuil'exlensieprrt(tit-i-,
sndonpofrhe innt seu-cc,-r-,i in nlc couuly (Truni
bulb in which he ivsi'1f.
-This certifies that 1 U:ire n-c3 the OrjcrcidieTTr1!'
and Mar-liatrs t'ritholicfui. sel.i h"-.T. bv .1. !. c. Jnht
sm. in my prii'-fice. to iny entire sntUr.tctinn. They
:r'(Md mcdicino. lr. W. W, Ht'stiNELL.
Hartfurd. Tinnibnll Co.. 0 March 7. 1W.
Wr-t Bilr.iril. fiFhm-ron t'n.. Msye 14, "ST.
Mr. II. B. Kiuirslev. Sir I have heu' sHin? ilia
medicine of the (irncfiiiihertr t'ompriny for the last ten
voirs. and hjvv invarlnlilv found them loivcprest
astHifiu tion: and thc pills I have sold to a ..'rcat mauy
familici. as rerabr as ttit-ir tea and coffee, aurt with my
trade they Iin.i become a staple article. MnrshaH's
I'teriup ( atUelkum i- a rachclae that h.is done a irrest
ainounf of cimkI in fenuitc diseases. One lady I sold it
ti. foWl nic tli-u !ie had received mere benefit from one.
bottle than slie diil fnim a Iteair coarse of medical trenl
niciit ly the uiusi skiili'ui physieisns. Yoer- trnlc.
. . JAJIES W1LWS.
llealtli of American Women.
Female Irrcerul'irities. wc.ikncss, uterine displace,
inent. si!4all ll uterine diiUeitlties.ind constitution
al troubles of uonieu arc enirety cured ')y the Uracfen
Ier Mar&hHll's Ttcrine t'afhoiicen.
lu this couuccti.m. Mies Beecher. sister of the Kev.
Ilcui-w Ward Ceecuer, ia Letters to the People, rage
lfj. sirs: .
I liave u'iic sisters sud si-ter-in Intcs. and Tvnrtvvn
this century aud country, uliu we perfectly ifl-alliiy.1
Ill CMe. niiwriT. wlirreuic t.n. te7llcrir( :ilhi.lirv,ii
has been ued. we must srty that levilth lias mpidlv ta
ken ti.e pla.-e4rf'(Heeiise. snrl ladies liave liec one ni bust,
stronjr. viunms. nod heallhy.
ilr. (ileason. el' Kltnira. ays : '-neautifal. indeed, is
the coiiiidiiKr. tnutin atittire of U'omau. ImiI how mneh
does it need to tie im.teclcd liy a warchfulness thai will
Uyd her in time of uise-ise lo apneal to a medind advi
sor of scientific ediMratiun. monif worth aud purity of
All these may be secured by addressing the Graeten
I am a Methodist c1er?y7r:.n. Mr hejirt has fairly
sched to witness the feeble health of wouiiia as I have
traveled mv eimlll nreachhikr ihe eosnel. 1 thank OinU
Z 1Z ln'iY,
however, that I have seen all these disees;riFC way tw
fine Calhal'.con. wher
ever it has heen u-ed. Rer. PETEIt SHARP. Itidsr-
wv. Michigu. Fomierlv of Wteru Siark, Medina
I n'. O.
- Fort SAT.T! BY ' " .
MvliK M.rownT. VrKuia.
J. II. M 1XT1KE. Wr-t Liis nv. - -
F. . X.OX. B-II-footaluc "
VA. WllLDE.N'. Sj.i-iiiijhdls. -'
' ,. nol-ly.
Family Medicines. Medical.
UWAitU ASSOCIATION, PHILADELPHIA.
A B.eeo1ent TuliiinTt rr-nblishod by special En
dowment, for the Kclief of the ri, k :l&d Uisied. sf
liAed with Yimlem stiti Ejiidende Diseases, and es
pecially for ttw I urc of Diseases of Ihe Sciu-ii Or
gans. lVIcdioal AtTvice
iven irntlis. bv the Actin-' Snrceoii. to ait who antily
i :i- letter, with a descripi iun of their cwnditiou. fave.
occupation, nahits ot nte. otci ana In case or extreme
poverty. Medicines furui-hed free orchare.
Valuable Keport" .
on Pperutatftrrlio a. snd other diseases cf the Kextial
Organs, and im Mie NI-AV HEX bDiEK employed in the
l)i-pcusarv. seal to Ihe affected, in sab-d envrloiie.
free of eliarre. '4' wo or three SlampsTor posta;e will
be ttcceta'nie. -Address.-
I'll. .T. HKIU.rN lKrfi!lTOX.' Act ins
-Siir?(m. Howard Ai-Hociatioti. No. "i !iuth Ninth Si.
I'hdadelphia. Pa. Bv nrriiT of flic Directors.
. t;E6. FAHK Hlt.lt. Secretary.- .
- M-ly - - - EZRA D. IIEARTWELL. -ident.
pIKE.XlX LOOKINti (iT.ASS Aya l'HTl'KK
2vl A FACTO IVY.
Nos FjL3t Twenty-third atreet and
173 and 175 Grand, street Sc 2X5 Centre street.
Established 1K NEW YORK. E-tablnhed 1S3P.
This Establishment habren in sitceefnl operation
AI years, and :s llu' Lakkkt of thc kind in the L'nitcU
Wates. We have on baud or aianalaetare lo order er-
yry uesrriptioff of
LoolaiiR ;iiss, Pittare & Portrait Frames
Plain ami Oniaiiruciital Pier, Wall, Oval & Man-
tel t;lasses Connecting; C'imi:-es. Ease & ...
' Bracket Talil-s, witl, Marble
Slal. Toilet glas
Mnruify.. for Pii-TL-ne I-ramks. in Icn-tis suitable
fur tranrfpurtation. eiiher Hili. flsi-i'trvr. Mmetrnod. rjat,
'.thin. lirii i-. M'W'tqant. d-c. Our new manufacto
ry and eten-ive facilities, enable n.-. tu funiish any ar
ticle in oiu- Hue ns jwW as ihe WM and as ch'tip as' tb
Dealer ore Invited to call
upon isj Vicn they visit New York. We rWn to be
tni, 1,1 IIL.III. Ill I u. llll ,..,1 , m II11C 111 VIII III!" e I1ICU
they can possibly nmiire. al prices low enlian they caa
Orrh r hit wail u't-ii. tt to tt-'Jrt prorfivtneM. fio ptjt
fail ttt t-a.'i trtrn o't r.tt AVc 1 'o, k.
Office and Warcrootns. No. "is Centre street. N. T.
i11-.nl Tfiin. E V. Hud.EK. A.eent.
f'lXtlNNATI. HAMILTON & P AY TO N KAIL-
IK v. ).
'J'ra ins nut as follow. SUNDAYS eyeeptetlr -
IHyton sad Sa-uln-Sr Muil..S:-.o A. M. Mr, p.m.
. Onjtoe. i oK-itaiwi Detroit, .tfcun A. M. i P.M.
t m. (:hic--i Air-Lino hi. Jp A Me P.M.-
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Jtm.. Tincdu A.ie..ltunlav5:lo H, M. tut 10 A.M.
in. .t t 'hirami Air-Line Ea. i :W P. M. h id A.M.
iiatudton AccAiniDioiiaiioii., .:tje f. M. Rr-ti and
Eastern Night tsires 10:00 P.M. S-MA.M.
Tiie Eastern X''ht Etpress leaves Sunday Nieht ia
pl.e-e of Saliutby iieeht.
Trains upon Little Min'ma aad Cinc-innati ,
Xeaiaai-.d, (.'i-.n inn.iti. K:'in!ltim Jt Damm Railroads
runs svs siiiLTi fastsu liuiu f 'iuciuuuti time.
oprotire tiik covht norsE. vjm.ixa.
josarn WutT, Projirietor.
Tiie ' IT.iTH'li-ui"' h.is been tboroiiglilv refitted
furlbe aeeiiminiiiiaiiiiii of guests. We are couh-
i.ciic n icii.iviiii 3'iiii.ii.iicii in je.
h h-ilt'oimee, li'idrr o.Oyimitcs
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prepaid, :i cents; over 8.000 miles, prepaid, 10
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J itiir over IS ounces. 1 cent, and I cent for each ad
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