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Urbana Union Directory.
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Aetata) ClMilnaie Mcrk"-
Flour, per bbl.... ti.& Oats, perbnsli... ..
Flour, extra -.i.T Barley " ,H) 1,00
Wheal, iirl'Uth...- Clot, r seed.; 5.0V
VVl. .. T:nio-.Ly" .... l.W
Uay, rlou 8.W 1.U0
jofo, per wusuci, ,
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fc. rmerr mni Pr Intoa lK-)tr.
ieef, per pound,
fork, ' 'it'ii
Bacon, Ham, . 12-,'
Mackerel, ' 10
Whits Fish, bbl, 4.00
Coffee, per tt ..
Molasses, V- O.
Potatoes. I'r. bu.
t'jrys. I"-. b
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" ) (K l.ld Clover Seed. . . 4.75m' 5.i
4i-t42 j Whisker, :) . :
1.25 US I Hop,." 8.fi0i.U
,7. eota j wi, 6,'i,j7i
Flour t5.SOgS.90 1 Corn e9( 71
Wheat, 1.&V(U.42 I OaU .Vnc.r7
Xt, KOiftMO Whiskev,... Skh37
Barley, 1.85ftl35 Beef, 5.507.00
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SANDUSKY, DAYTON fc CINCIN'TI R. R.
On and after May S. 1, Trains will pass this
(Urlxuia) station, as follow. :
Nilrtit Express . . . .
Wiiy do Mondays, Weds Fridays.
Thronga Freight, every day
..11.3.1, a. M.
. .10.30, P. M.
.. 6.40, A. M.
' eODiG SOUTH.
Moraine Eipress A-
Way do Tuesdavs, Thurs Saturdays. .ii.40, r. u.
Through Freight, erery day, 10.55, A. M.
United State Express Mossentrer on the Mail
train, only. JA3. F. P1'DAK, Agent,
COLUWSUS, P1QUA AND INDIANA R. R.
On. and aXter Uxtj 2 lsii, Iraki- will leave L r-
kana, as follows : r
Xq - M5 F.
GOINS EA1HT. ' '
Kot, , " &50, P. M.
JA3. IL BROWX, Ajciit.
NEW YORK. CHURCH DIRECTORY.
1st Fbeshttf.riw Cnrnrn. Weit Court 9t
Rev. L. IL Long. Fastor. Service every Bab
bath. Donn-: 11, A.M., 7, P. M..
Sabbiilh Si hool at 1.4.5, P. M.
Lecture and Social Prayer Meeting on Wednes
. day evening, t 7 o'clock.
Ev LiTHiiHiS Cm-RCH.--Soutli-Est comer
Ciort and Walnut Streets. Kev. J. D. Severing
bans, Pa.tor. Services every other Sabbath.
Hours: 1 1, A. 8, r. M.
Stfobatb School at a. st
1st Mr.. E. CHturn. Sonth-West comer
Church and North Main Streets. Kev. David
Waruock, Pa.-tor. Servives every Sabbath,
llours : 11, A. M.. 7, P. M.
. Sabbath Sclnnil 2, P. M.
General t'bifs Meeting, Monday evening, at 7
R.-iralar Prayer Meeting, VT ednesday evening,
at 7 o'clock.
2d Metd. E. CitrBCH. East Water Street.
Be. J. -M. KobiiiFon, Pantor. Services evcry
gabbath. Honrs: 11, a. M. ; 7, p. M.
8sbbath School at 2, P. M. '
General Class Meeting, Monday evening, at i
Baptist Onrncn. E rist Court Street Rev. J.
C. JJnnhatn, - Fast-ir. Sen-ices every Sabbath.
Hou.'s, 11, a II., 7, p. M.
St!Li!.' S-b.il al , a. M.
i"raof Mi:ci:ig, Wedaesday cveuing, "o'clock,
Ep:scovai. t.'m ncH. Comer Scioto and Ken
ton gtnwia. Kev. Cumuiing, Pas-tor. Ser
vices every for.U S OjbaLh. lioiirs: 11, A. M., 3.
Xiw Ch'-mi:;!. Xortb-wwt comer Sonlh Mnin
n.l fUtvuoidx M recti!.
S,n-;c ev.rry 3:ir.tnn!i. Honr: 11, A. M.
Cat-olu- l uriiin. J"hn Street. Kev.
Keamev, Priest. Service eery &ibbatb.
Hou:s :" 11. A. M.
Afsoi iATF. HEFOsurn Ciii'ifJi. TVet Market
Member of Congress,
Common Plea Judge,
probate J udge, .
"lerk Common Pleaa,
Auditor, . . .
Sheriff, . . .
Recorder, . . .
. E. Parsons.
Saul S. Henkle.
. A. P. Howard.
. A. F. Vance.
. Levi Geifrer.
Samson P. Talbot.
Thomas P. Bond,
C. H, Ward.
David M. Fisher.
Ssmnel 5Vllliams. Beniauiin Davis.
lufirmary Directors, . , , John W. Hitt,
Jonas Hedges, Win. Sampson,
Anrtiomeer, . . . Jacob Zonibro.
TrBtees. .... J- H. Patrick,
Wm. McDonald, Bobt H. ColwclU
TreaBrer, . . . Thos. H. Berry.
Clerk. . Rhodes.
J. ps X. Rhodes, Wm. Patrick.
Constable, .... Jacob Zombro,
J. C Jones, John Thomas, John C. Tabor.
Mayor, ... . William Patrick.
Council, . . George B. Coulter, Griffith
Ellis, James P. Pindar, George W. Collins,
Joseph C. Glenn.
Recorder, . . . - . John RnssclL
Marshal, .... Jacob C. Jones.
Street Commissioner, . . i.C Jones.
Board of Education, . J. H. Young, Pres.
J. p. Pindar, W. T. Busser, & B. Patrick, A. J.
Outbridge, John Russell, Secretary.
torniERS Mail rin Cincinnati, Louifiville, St
. Louis. tc Closes al 1:40,P. M.; arrives at 10-.20.A.
All Letters', c, for Southern, Semth-Eastcra
and Sontb-Western Ohio. Southern Indiana tLni
Illinois, Sonth-Western States, and the Territo
ries, with Letters (only) for California, fcc ri O
verland Route, go in tLis mail.
Northern M ail via Toledo and Cleveland,
Closes at 10.-00, a. m. ; arrives at 2:05. p. X., daily.
All Letters, Sc, for Northern and North-Western
Ohio. North-Western States, New York, New
Jersey, the New Euu'land States, Canada, fec,
Foreign Conntries, and California, fec., via Pana
ma, go in this mail,
Eastern Mait ia Columbus. Closes at 1:45,
p.n.; arrives at A. M. daily.
Letters for Central and Eastern Ohio, Pennsyl
Tania. Maryland, Virginia, Washington, and the'
gonthern Atlantic States, tro in this mail.
Wester M atl m Indianapolis. Closes at 8:
00 ax.; arrive at 2, p. M. daily.
Letters for Western Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Io
wa, &c, go in this mail.
Mitcal M.vii -for Mntn.il, Roscdnlc and Dar
by Plains (and Mechanicsburjr. on days mention
ed). Arrives Tuesdays; departs Mondays.
X. AMBROSE, Postmaster;
Wm. Rhodes, Deputy.
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CITY AND COUNTY.
The nuestion Las been asked, whether
the Urbana Union will be a permanent
paper. 'TVe answer that it is do tempor-
ary tiling j mui w w irauuwui
roae8 n0 debts, but pays as it goes.
Thos who wish to be subscribers must
pay in advance else they cannot he sub
35j3cribcrs. Customers for job work roust
pay on delivery, or they cannot be cua
, tonier. The publisher wishes to be ex-
plic.il tha Urbana Union will do its
duty, and will keep iroo-l i t s word.
" TCd Will our frii-nd-; brinjr in a Winter'.-
sniIv of wood, as soon ns poiibk', and
Removal. Dr. E. D. Gilson, Homeopathic
Physician and Surgeon, has removed his of
fice to building one door west of Post Office.
To Brewers. We call the attention of
brewers wishing to find a location, to the ad
vertisement in this paper of the old Urbana
Mill. There is no Brewery in Urbana or the
vicinity, and it is an excellent site for one.
The property, we think, can bo had at a great
bargain and a good brewer would do well to
come among ns.
BrsixK! men of Urbana request us to say
that the stores and other business houses will
be closed on Thanksgiving day Thursday,
27th. We take pleasure in doing so as the;
day should be properly observedby ulL
Several arlielei are necessarily omitted.
Sad Intelligence.-We are reliably inform
ed that several persons in Urbana contem
plate marriage to-morrow (Thanksgiving).
It is with regret that we notice the resig
nation of Lieut-Colonel Eamsey, of the 4."th
Ohio. We suppose our townsman, Major
Hill, will be promoted to the vacancy.
We are mueh obliged to our friends who
have reported corrections in the Volunteer
List and await other favors in the same di
rection. . The Volfstker List. A few copies of the
U.vios containing the Volunteer List remain
for sale. Call soon. It is a valuable docu
ment for reference in the ftittfre.
TnE funeral of Mr. Ross Colwell, last Wed
nesday, was attended by both fire companies,
the Masonic fraternity, Torter's Baml, and a
large concourse of citizens nil manifesting
FisnER wishes it understood (see advt.) that
he is hound to sell Clothing to the people at
the esteem in which he was held by our
all times and at satisfactory prices.
Gex. McCi.sllax has sent a note to the
Cliairman of the Committee on National Af
fairs o( the New York City Council, declin
ing the honor of a public reception and the
hospiialityof the city.
. Hok. S. S. Cox.-This gentleman made one
one of hi happy tpeeches at Springfield last
Saturday evening, which we bad tbe pleasure
ot listening to. "Bnlly for Cxv wag the oft
repeated planar, and it alone told the stran
ger the whole story of Mr. Gx'x hold upon
i, esteem air co'.fi 'cnce of his people.
TmsKSiTtV'NO.-Priritere have .- : mnr.h right
to 'we thm.k? as many o'W people: and the
Urhasa Usios having met with a sound
imocess-r-R patronne heartily givn by tbe
"eoi-.lc of Champaign is printers wilt ob
serve Tlianksgivingday; and accordingly have
somewhat hurried tip matters in sretting out
this week's iue.
The "original Willis" ITouse, ' Springfield,
like the original P. T. Barnum, is bound to
prosper, although, unlike that renownod in
stitution of Gotham, it is no humbug, but a
pleasing reality of "good will to man" and
satisfaction to his stomach. Give Mr. Willis
your patronage when visiting our neighbor
city, and you will not regret it.
Our readers rather, those in Urbana can
enjoy a rich Thanksgiving treat In the way
of Mr. J. Insco Williams Panorama of the
Bible, which is first exhibited here to-morrow
evening at Union Hall. As an exhibi
tion of Scriptural events Sacred History on
canvas it is far superior to anything of the
the kind in the world, and deserves, as a
mere tribute, only, to the artist's skill (be
sides the great benefit and pleasure derived)
a visit from alL
Berrthill. The very mention of this name
is enough to cause popular emotion in Urbang,
and aid is cow asked for the lamented offic
er's gallant company of Champaign boys. To
this end, an Oyster supper will he given at
the Hamilton House this (W ednesday) eve
ning, to which all are invited. The proseeds
will be devoted to procuring socks and mit
tens for the company, in response to an ap
peal from its officers and men.
Stock-ix' Trade. Hosiery.
Tai Vas or Democracy. John Van Bu
reru Poor Socttteric "SorL."-Clay of Kentucky
J. W. H., Vanity Fair.
To the Hok. 3. F. M'Ciksct ; Dear Sir:
In the assortment of seeds which you so kind
ly propose to send our fellow townsman, Wm.
H. West, do n't forget to send one or more
packages of beet seed th biggest kind of bed
seed. They will be appreciated. Logan. Ga
zette. Thasks may be given to-morrow for many
tilings, although the land is in the midst of a
calamitous war ; and the old ship of the Union
rides on tempestuous waters that threaten
every moment to cast ber anioug the break
ers. Let us be thankful that the people are
yet a Constitutional people as evinced in the
recent elections, and bave given the Admin
istration to understand that the "bulwark of
our lil-erty" cannot be laid aside ; and that,
too, at the moment when the very existence
of all liberty and government is at stake. Let
us be thankful too, that J. C. Glenn & Co.,
despite the war times, and the nprising of
goods and manufactures, still continue to sell
wares at the old prices. Stoves, tin-ware,
houss-furnishing goods, 4c, in " abundance"
A Musical Item. Our fiiend Porter met
with an Irishman of a " musical turn of mind"
last week. Returning to Urbana from Belle
fonUine, Friday night, he missed his bugle
presented by Urbana at West Liberty,
and searching for it, found that search w as
fruitless conductors, tec, "were in vain ;''
and he arrived here, exceedingly anxious to
serenade the Usioji office perhaps. but
without the wherewith to do the whatsoever.
" Irishman ont of employ,
" And out at tbe elbows as aisily,"
Torter called on oar efficient Marshal, Jones,
and tegetber they went for the " b'y." Ar
riving at West Liberty they were reinforced
by Marshal White, and the entire division
commenced moving over Mad River at an
ear'y hour. After much skirmishing, and
many stratcgetic- movements unknown to
General Greeley, they succeeded in out flank
ing the " opposition" and capturing his bag
gage train, in which was found the missing
bugle. The Irishman offered at once to take
the oath of allegiance, &c, but the Marshals
were not so kind hearted as Uncle Sam to
the rebels consequently be was tried and
held to answer for bis appearance or disap
pearance at the next Logan county Court in
the sum of $500.
Music's a good thing yes, like the war, a
big tiling we 1-ohi we have it in our (boot)
sole ; but when a fellow appreciates it so as
to forget the tenth commandment (altho' the
Irishman might say Porter wasn't his neigh
bor) the thing's played out, and so is this
"Bullt" sat we, Too. The following
which we clip from the Springfield Daily
News of Thursday last, tells its own true sto
ry. We copy it with pleasure, not only on
account of the " intrinsic merits of the case,"
but also, because Mr. Kirkpatrick is a son-in-law
of an esteemed citizen of Champaign
Mr. J. C. Phillips, of Salem township :
Good for Dattos M r. Kirkpatrick does
a Bio Thiko! A former citizen of Dayton
a Mr. Kirkpatrick who left that city for
Texas, in 1859, has lately performed one of
the most brilliant feats of the war. ne has
been living on the Gulf coast since he emi
grated to that State, and, being a respectable
gentleman, gained the confidence of his fellow
citizens. Wi-.-in Texas seceded he " kept his
own counsel" and, so far as his exterior in
dicated, has been as good a rebel as any of
them. Indeed he carried his " secession"
principles into practice for he purchased a
vessel and put in it a full cargo of cotton, ad
vertising among his friends that he intended
to " run the Yankee blockade." It was a
good joke for the " rcbs" and they gave him
every possible facility. Mr. Kirkpatrick got
out without any difficulty and steered straight
for the FedtraJ fieel, when he announced the
K capture" of a ship-load of rebel cotton I He
then piloted the fleet into the Sabine pass,
where several more vessels loaded with rebel
cotton were captured and duly "confiscated!"
Mr. Kirkpatrick also succeeded in getting his
wife and children, a warrant for whom the
rebels had just issued. When last seen Mr.
Kirkpatrick was at Pensacola, on his way
back to Dayton 1 When he gets there if the
citizens don't turn out en masse and give him
a brilliant reception, we shan't think much of
them. ITurrnh for Kirkpatrick I Bullt for
Thakksgivisg. Our friend Glessner of the
Hancock Courier, discourseth thus, and we
rgree withhim :
Befote another interview with our readers,
the day appointed by tlje Governor fur an uni
versal rendering of thanks will hve passed
there will have been the gathering of the
family circle around the loaded table, the
turkey will have been devoured, you will
have assumed your every-day garb, and life
will have returned to its rdinary channels.
It is to be hoped that your thanks will have
been more than a form, and will have come
from the heart Let us put out of view the
Governor's proclamaton, look around us, see
the bountiful harvest that has blessed the la
bors of the husbaudman, your firesides un
molested, your towns unravaged, the general
good health of the community then look at
the other portions of our land, devastated by
fire and sword, pestilence and famine, and if
you cannot see in the contrast many blessings
vouclisafed you, deserving of thanks, then
are you undeserving of life. Let not your
thanks be mere words mouth-utterances
the heart does not speak in highsounding
words, but rather in plain and hearty mon
syllables. Remember that
"A grateful mind
By owing owes not, but still pays at once
Indebted and discharged."
With a hope that the coming day of thanks
may bring a pleasant reunion, and be produc
tive of renewed love and confidence in the
" Giver of all good," we leave our readers to
theii prayers and turkey,
Sutport Your Home Paper. The follow
ing article from the Cleveland Hen.ld, is so
applicable to many in this county, we give it
a place in our columns, with the hope that
those for whom it is intended, many more
clearly see their duty and perform it, We
have had some experience in the matter, and
confess to having had several 'disheartenings.'
But here is the article :
"We know of nothing that is more dis
heartening to tbe publisher of a county news
paper than to be told, as he loo often is, when
soliciting subscribers, ' I feel too poor to take
your paper; I take the Tribune,' (or seme
other huge foreign weekly,) 'and it only costs
me one dollar a year, and it contains twice as
much reading as yours does' when the re
ceipts of one week of the office named above
would be double the yearly receipts of hsi
county paper, and when, if the foreign pa
pers were published seventy years, it would
not result in as much benefit to himself and
country in which he lives, as would a single
week's edition of his own paper. Recollect,
if a home paper is to be supported, home in
fluence must do it Every dollar sent to the
city paper is at the expense of the local pa
per. A county acquires prominence through
its paper more than any other way ; and to
every one who has couDty interests at stake
his home paper is a necessity. Never will
such a man take a paper printed away from
home until be is able to take a second paper.
His first will be his home sheet, and he will
so identify his own interests with that of his
county, as to consider the payment of his
subscription as a matter of as early duty as
the payment of his taxes."
[For The Urbana Union.
Dr. Bethuel Rupert.
Mr. norx : I have been handed the Ur
bana Citizen of last week, which contains the
" Uxiteu States Court. Judge Swayne
delivered his opinion on the motion of the at
torney of Bethnel Rupert, for a writ of luibras j
corpus, yesterday, refusing to grant the same.
It will be remembered that Rupert is under
arrest for swearing men into the order of the
Knights of tlie Golden Circle. Cin. Com
mercial, Xov. 7.
So it seems that the Knights of the Golden
Circle, and their sympathisers, who spent
several days here, not long since in taking
testimony with the view of having this man
Rupert released, were not successful in their
enterprise. Rupert is no doubt as vile a trai
tor as there is one in the land, and the decis
ion of Judge Swayne is no doubt a righteous
So far as personal allusions to counsel arc
concerned, I have nothing to say in a news
paper: but injustice to Dr. Rupert who is in
a military prison without the means of pro
tecting himself from such calumnies, I ask to
say one word. The application for writ of
habeas corpus was fully and finally submitted
to the United States District Court, on Nov.
5, 1SG2, when it was announced by the court
that their decision would be pronounced at
10 o'clock a. v., of the next day. On the
night of the 5th, the Marshal was ordered, by
telegraphic dispatch from the War Department
to transfer the Applicant to military jurisdic
tion at Camp Chase, which order was execu
ted before the hour appointed lor the decis
ion of the court
High-handed as this outrage was, of course
nothing was left to be done by the court with
out coming in direct conflict with the whole
military power of the United States.
The application for the discharge of the
prisoner wa made on the next day, to Com
missioner Galloway, at Columbus, on the
same paper used in the United States Court.
The case is still pending, and un-determined,
for reasons not necessary now to be mention
ed ; but which will hereafter be known to the
Some days since I noticed an unauthorized
report of the proceedings in the Cincinnati
Gazette, and at once called the attention of
his honor, Judge Swayne, to it, that no wrong
impression might be made upon the mind of
the court at Columbus, to which I received
the following reply :
COLUMBUS, Nov. 17, 1862.
Hon. Jons A. Corwis : My Dear Sir :
Yours of the 13th inst., was hauded to me at
Cleveland, just as I was leaving there for Co
lumbus. I have not seen the Gazette article.
The case of Rupert was disposed of by the
court without reference to the merits, and ex
press! "without prejudice to any future ap
plication in his behalf for a writ of habeas
My impression is that I explained the mat
ter to Mr. Galloway.
I am just leaving for Indianapolis and have
written you necessarily in great haste.
AVith great respect,
Very Truly Yours,
N. H. SWATHE.
I have not a word to say now as to the
merits ol the case of Dr. Rupert. But a few
days will elapse until he will have an oppor
tunity of vindicating himself from the calum
ny and oppression to which he has been sub
jected. I ask only a temporary surpression of opin
ion as to Dr. Rupert being a traitor to his
I think he is not
JOHN A. CORWIN.
Aid to Soldiers' Families. The people
of Springfield, patriotic and charitable, have
adopted what we consider an excellent plan
for the procurance of funds for the benefit of
soldiers' families. They have organized them
selves into an Association, and have adopted
the following plans for raising funds:
" 1. A Holiday Fail articles of sale to be
solicited by Committees, and to be contribu
ted free of cost, and suppers to be given five
nights, one night each by the ladies of each
ward, and one on the fifth night, by the la
dies of the city at large.
"2. A series of twelve cn'rtainments
musical, literary, etc., season tickets to be
issued, admitting a gentleman and two ladies
to the entire course, the price of each season
tickets to be $2 each, and single tickets to
any one entertainment to be sold for 25 cents
''3. All the officers of the Association to
have subscription books and to solicit funds
as they may have opportunities,"
These plans cannot fail to be successful.
People are so accustomed to fairs and festivals
during the holidays, that the one agreed up
on will be sure to meet with a general atten
dance. The entertainments proposed can be
so arranged that they will "draw" fully as
large houses as any traveling affairs of the
best reputation. We have a plentitude of
home talent, musical and literary, which can
not and will not refuse a demand on its good
will in so uoble a cause. Four lectures, four
ccmcerts and four dramatic entertainmemts,
alternately, would be both profitable and en
tertaining ; and it is almost unnecessary to
say that we have excellent material for all
Winter is upon us, and there will be many
demands on our charity from those who real
ly deserve assistance. We suggest that a
meeting of our citizens be called at an early
day-the sooner the better-for the purpose of
organizing a Soldier's Aid Association which
can decide upon the best plans for a satisfac
tory success of the end in view. These may
be more suitable and better (for us) plana pro
posed than those adopted by our neighbors;
yet we think their second one cannot be im
proved on, as the cost would be nothing, and
the receipts large. What say our people? Let
us to work! There is no better work for
those who arc at home.
Prni.isnEns of the Chicago daily paper.?, at
a meeting to consider the great increase in
the price of white paper and other items of
the enhanced cost of publication, resolved to
advance the price of dailies and tri-wecklies
25 per cent and weekly 50 per cent
The Board of Control of the State Bank of
Ohio decided to furnish the State authorities
with the necessary gold to pay the January
interest on the foreign debt
THE NEW YANKEE DOODLE.
A wat down south In other days,
They used to sing so handy,
The tuue our fathers loved to sing
Of Yankee-Doodle dandy ;
And Hail Columbia once they sang,
But now they've grown uncivil,
The starry spamrled banner too,
They hate it like the dcvU.
And tbe flag, the baave old flag.
No more with them will take, sir,
They've buried that, and in its place,
They've got a pesky snake, sir I
But we're the boys to keep the flag,
Our WasLington fought under
Long wave that flag, that good old flag,
The Stars rnd Stripes, by thunder!
To the Strangers at Our Hotels!
You have been spending several days
in our handsome village, and looking
round to see how you will like it as a
residence. At your first sight of the
town you Nrere surprised to find it so
much more of a place than you expected,
and you arc now about going away, not
quite so well pleased as you expected,
because you have not formed any ac
quaintances. It has been so always;
nobody goes to the hotels except three
or four who make it their special busi
ness to have nothing, earn nothing, and
do nothing, except give an account of
other people, and tell strangers there is
no chance for them here. You must not
think strange of it, but we consider this
too nice a town to be enjoyed by every
body, and we keep these people employ
ed on purpose to scare folks off and pre
vent the town from becoming crowded.
You'll have to excuse us, for this is our
JgSTATE OF JA1IES B. DALLAS, DECD.
Notice is hereby given, that the subscriber has been
appointed and duly qnalineri as Ariminictrator on the
estate of James B. Dallas, late of Champaign C'onnty.,
Nov. 85, 186. JAMES TAYLOR.
Y CERTAIN REMEDY.
Temple's Compound Syrup of
Hops and Boneset.
The best remedy known tor severe Ooh. Soreness
of the Luniri. Iloarrwnet, Whonmnir Coiiirh. (.'roup.
Chronic t'ouirh. Asthma, ami for all other disea:er of
tnc i nrofu nna L.ntiirs.
Hope and Bonct it prepared and sold by C. HOTII
ENBl'SII, Hamilton. Ohio, to whom all orden nuint
be addressed, bold, by all druggist and couutrv
'iluiflu' ' gate flf gtocrtisiitij.
TRANSIENT AND LEGAL.
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V YOU WANT THE CHEAPEST CLOTHING
NEWEOUSE & FRIEDMAN,
Schloss' old Corner, Weaver's Eotal Building,
They have received and arc continually receiving
GENTS' J BOYS' CLOTHING
Fall & Winter Trade,
comprising a full and complete assortment of -
which arc only kept in
FIRST CLASS CLOTIIIXG STORES!
Also, a fine lot of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
Hats and Caps,
India Eabber Coats,
Gents Cravats and Collars, all styles,
Gent Ilosicry and Handkerchiefs,
Woolen Undershirts and Drawers,
Which they are determined to close ont to
Cash Buyers at Prices
THAT WILL SUIT THEM 1
Their facilities for pnrchasinc arc equal to those of
any Store in Urbana, and their GoouV are offered at uch
low figures ae to
DEFY COMPETITION !
Don't forget that yon can buy the bct and cheapes
NEWHOUSE & FRIEDMAN'S,
Soutb west corner of Public Square,
Oct. 11, ni9
Clothing. Special Notices.
Tlio Great Picture.
J. Insco TVlUlama'a celebrated
PANORAMA OF THE BIBLE
will open on
THTJB.SD.fi. Y EVE, NOV. 27,
AT UNION II ALL,
And continue few cveninca only. Exhibitions
each evening at 7 o'elk ; also, ou Saturday after
noon at 3 o'clk.
Admission, 25 cents; children under ten, 15
cents. Packages of Five Tickets, $1
UNITED STATES TAXES.
Orrics of Tire Collkctob o Imwut Rimn, 1
Fourth Diitrict of Ohio. V
. 1'kbana, November 11th, lSfi-J.
In accordance with th provisions of the 19th Sec
tion of an art "To provide internal revenue, and to
pay Interest on the public debt, passed July 1st, 14,"
I have this day received the
Annual Collection List for the County of
from the Assessor of the 4th Collection District of
Notice is hereby given that the dnties. taxes and li
censes levied in pnrsnance of said law. are due and
payublc 1 will remain in my office in the
TOWN OF URBANA,
said county, nntil th
20(h Day of December Next,
to Issue licenses, receive and receipt for tlie duties,
taxes, and licenses aforesaid. All who do not pay
within that time will be liable to pay ten per ceuluia
upon the amount with which thev are char-ed.
F". M. W UKillT.
novl2 Collector of the 4th Collect'n Dis't of Ohio.
To sell iroodis for the Adams Sewtng Machine Cox
pant. We will give a com mis ion on all goods eold
by our Agents, or pay wafrcB at from f-M) to $100 per
month, and pay all necessary expcn-e. Our machine
it perfect in its mechanism. A child can learn to op
erate it by half an hour's inn tract ion 1 It is equal to
any Family Sewing Machine in nse, and we have r
d'Jted the price to Fifteen Dollars.
Each machine la warranted for three year.
Address , C. RVUGLKS.
OctlO-ly General Agent, Detroit, Mich.
-TO CONSUMPTIVES. THE ADVERTISER,
havinirbern restored to health In a few weeks by a
very simple remedy, after having suffered several yeare
with a K;vere lun atfuction, and tliat dn-ad disease.
Consumption is an x ions to make known to hi fel
low sufferers the mean of enre.
To all who desire it. he will pend a copy of the pre
script ion used (free of charjre.) with the directions for
prep:iriii!r and nsinir the same, which they will And a
SritE CrnE For Consumption, Asthma. BrtosrHiTis,
itc. The only object of the advertiser in simdi-n'' the
Prescription is to benefit the atflicti'd. and spread in
formation which he conceives to he invn!nabte. and he
hopes everf Mtfferer will try his remedy, a it will cost
tLieui nounuir, ana mnv prove a omssih.
RE. EDWARD A. WILSON.
Wiliamsburh, Kings County. cw York.
LENT. r have lent and forgot to whom. Ranletf
Architecture: 2 vols., blue morocco back, contain
ing plaits, specifications and desiiis for building. The
person having it will please return it.
Aug. a. nl'.r-tf. JOHN II. JAMES.
Clothing. Special Notices. For Sale.
JEAX ESTATE FOR SALE.
Tlie old Urbana Steam Mill bnildinrs. with about
1H acre of land. This property consists of a large
and excellent building "fl situated fur a
WAREHOUSE OR BREWERY,
situated in Urbana. on the Ssndnsky, Payton t Cin
cinnati Kailroad, near the Columbus & ludianapolis
It will b sold very low. and oh the followine terms:
in hand and the balance in payments to suit par
chasers, with interest payable annually. Title per
fect. Also 7 Lots opposite, fronting on Russell-street.
Also 1 Lot on Russell-street, farther north.
Also 5 Lots on London-street, pleasantly sitoated,
fenced and cultivated, and in a -rood neighborhood.
Any of these Lots will be sold to a person who in
tends to baild, for 1-ft in hand, and the balance to sait
purchasers. Otherwise in hand and the balance In
three payments. Apply to
HENBT T. XILES,
OC29-31 Urban. O.
JJUILDING LOTS FOR SALE.
Kii-'ht lots on Locust-street, two blocks east of the
Court House. These are the most desirable vacant
Lots near the center of town, taking in tbe hill and
rcbard back of tbe late residence of Thomas M.
Terms 1-S In band, and the balance In Are, ten, or
even twenty years, with Interest annually, and an
agreement to build.
They would also be leased for 00 years, with privi
lege of removal. Apply to
HEXRT T. TflLES,
oc-29-31 - Agent of Urbana University, Urbana. O.
JOHS H. JAMES . . ..HEXRT T. NILE8. . . JOED1 H J AXIS, IB.
JAMES, NIL.ES Si JAMES,
Office in Urbana Insurance Company Building
May -25, l3-tf.
TAVXOK & CHETCHIH,
Physicians and Surgeons
West Liberty, Oblo.
Will promptly attend to all professional busi
uess entrusted to their care.
Office : in the Enans' block. Main street.
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of Presses and Printing Material, to do
any and all kinds of
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The war is destined to a speedy close,
and the business of the country must be
revived. Money is more abundant than
it has ever been known in the loyal states,
and we propose to go in and EARN our
share to jus ke a respectable livelihood.
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