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Pay, Aarmtat Ciwwlwlw MerefcjMita- .
Tlonr, per bbl...; 15.50 Data, per bush SS
Flour, extra".... 5.78 Barley 90-1,00
Wheat, pr bnsh . . 5 Clorer teed 8.00
Rtb Timothy- .... 1.50
Kay,4erton 8.00 Flax " ..1.60
Cora, per boehsl, 35
Bt pr pound, 5(?9
Pork, ' 68
Bacon, Earn, 10
Macksrel, 1 10
White FUh,KMl. 4,00
Coffee, per S
Mokssea, N. O.
Potatoes, rr. bu.
Dried Applos.flb, 4
Clover Seed,. .4. 755.00
Whiskey, .... 3034
Flnnr ...... 15.80 S5.90 1 Corn. fl9(a71
Wheat, L85'J1.42 OaU 56(357
Ht bOiffi) WhiskeT,.... 3tS7
Barley LS5i4ia5 Beef, 5.50&7.00
SANDUSKY, OATTON CINCIN'TI R.R.
- On and aaer May B, 162, Trains will pas this
(Urbana) station, a follows :
Way do Mondays, Weds a Fridays.
Through Freight, every day
.. .11.30, a. it
. 10.30, p. m.
. . . 6.40, a. M.
' sons SOCTH.
Mall - 1-8. "
Morning Express .5o, a. M.
Way do Tuesdays, Thurs a Saturdays. .2.40, p. to.
Through Freight, every day, 10.55, a. M.
United States Express Masseneer on tos Mail
trains, only. ' JAS. P. PlKDAE, Agent,
COLUMBUS, PIQUA AND INDIANA R. R.
On and after May 2M, lbdi, Trains will leave TJr
bana, as follows : t ,. ... ... .
Vo 1, Express .
10:00, A. M.
5:15, P. II.
No 3, Express,.
No 4, . " .
. 9:30, A. M,
S:50, P. 1L
JAS. H. BROWN, Agent.
1st Fhesbttebiaji Church. West Court St
Kev. L. 1L Long, Pastor. - Services every Sab
bath. Hours: 11, - m., 7, p. jl. -
Sabbath School at 1.45, P. M.
Lecture and Social Prayer Meeting on Wednes
day eveuiug, at 7 o'clock.
' Ev. aiCther ah Church. Scntli-Ensl comer
Court and Walnut Streets. Kev. J. IX Severing
baus. Pastor. Services every other Sabbath.
Hours: 11, a. m., S, t. m.
Sabbath School at 9, A. M.
1st Mits. E. CiirROH. South-West corner
Church and North Main Streets. Kev. David
Warnock, Pastor. Bervive every Sabbath.
Hours : 11, a. M . 7, p. M.
Sabbath School at 2, . M.
General Class Meeting, Monday evening, at 7
Regular Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening,
at 7 o'clock.
2d Meth. E. Chubch. East Water Street
Kev. J. M. Robiuson, Pastor. Services every
iiabbatk. Hours: 11, A. m. : 7, r. M.
Sabbath School at 2, P. u.
General Class Meeting, Monday evening, at 7
Bapti8T CnracH. East Court Street Rev. J.
C Bon ham. Pastor. Services every Sabbath.
Heurs, 11, a M., 7, p. k.
Sabbatb Srhool at 9, A. It
Prayer Meeting, Wednesday evening, 7 o'clock.
Episcopal Chtoch. Corner Scioto and Ken
ten Streets. Rev. Cuinmings, Pastor. Ser
vices every fourth Sabbath. Hours : 11, A. M., 3.
Nw Chitmjh. North-west corner South Main
and Revnolds streets.
Service every Sabbath. Hour : 11, a. JC.
Catholic Chluch. John Street Rev.
Kearney, Priest Service every Sabbath.
Hours : 11. A. k.
Associate Rrpobued Cnntca-West Market
Member of Congress,
Common Pleas Judge,
Trobate Judge, .
Clerk Otmiuos Pleas,
Sheriff, . . .
Recorder, . .
Surveyor, . ' .
Coroner, . .
. E. Parsons.
Saul S. Henkle.
. A. P. Howard.
, IF. Vance.
. Levi Geix5r.
gamson P. TalBot
Thomas P. Bond.
C H. Ward.
David M. Fisher.
Samuel Williams. Benjamin Davis.
Infirmary Directors, . . John W. Hitt,
Jonas Hedtreg, Wm. Sampson,
. iacoo Comoro.
Trustees, . . . . J. H. Patrick,
Wm. McDonald, Robt E. ColwelL
Treasurer,, ... . Thoe. H. Berry.
Clerk. N. Rhodes.
i. P.'s,' . N. Rhodes, Wm. Patrick.
Constable, . . Jacob Zombro,
i. 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 RusselL
Marshal, . ... . Jacob C. Jones.
Street Commissioner, . . J. C. Jones.
Board of Education, . J. H. Toung, Pres.
J. P. Pindar, W. T. Busser, E. B. Patrick, A. J.
Guthridge, John Russell, Secretary.
S6CTHES9 Man. ria Cincinnati. Louisville, St
Louis, dec Closes at 1:15,J. M.; arrives at ll:30,A.
All Letters, &c, for Southern, South-Eastern
and Sonth-Western Ohio, Southern Indiana and
Illinois, tso nth-Western States, and the Territo
ries, with Letters (only) for California, Ac, via O
verland Route, go In this mail.
Northern Mail via Toledo and Cleveland.
Closes at 11:00, A. . ; arrives at L35, p. M., daily.
All Letters, dec, for Northern and North-Western
Ohio, North-Western States, New York, New
Jersey, the ' New Enplaud 8tatea, Canada, Ac,
Foreign Countries, aud California, Ac, via Panv
ma, go in this maiL
Eajtbhs Mail ia Columbus. Closes at 3:30,
r. H-; arrives at 9:30, a. h. daily.
Letters lor ceut rai ana t-asrern uuio, rennsy i
vania, Marvland, Virginia, Washington, and the
Southern Atlantic elates, go in tnis man.
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00 a m. arrives at 3:50 p. M. daUv.
Letter for Western Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Io
wa, Ac, go in this niaiL
Motcax Mail or Mutual, Rosedale and Dar
by Plain (and Mechamcsourg, on aays menuon
ed). Arrives Tuesdays; depart Monday.
N. AJIBROSE, Poftmaster;
Wat Rhodes, Deputy.
jCVXBTISE IN TDK
IfToe wish to
lVoeper in your Business.
CITY AND COUNTY.
The question has been asked, whether
the Urban a Union will be a permanent
paper. We answer that it is no tempor
ary thing ; it is meant to be permanent,
It makes no debts, but pays as it goes.
Thos who wish to be subscribers must
pay in advance else they cannot be sub
scribers. Customers for job work must
pay on delivery, or they cannot be cus
tomers. The publisher wishes to be ex
plicit the' Ukbana Union will do its
duty, and will keep good its word.
Has enlarged many a small business;
Has revived many a dull business;
Has saved many a (ailing business ;
Has preserved many a large business;
Has created many a new business.
W"ood. Will our friends bring in a Wint
er's supply of wood, as soon as possible, and
Removal. Dr. E. D. Gilaon, Homeopathic
Physician and Surgeon, has removed bia of
fice to building one door west of Post Office.
To Brewfrs. We call the attention of
brewers wishing to End a location, to the ad
vertisement in this paper of the old Urbana
MilL There is no Brewery in TJrbana 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 us.
The Editor has been quite ill with the dip
theria, during the past week, which is our
spolopy for any errors arid omissions in this
The paper upon which the U mow is printed
cofl-s twenty cents per lb. Remember that no
Dollar paper in the country is as cheap as the
Union. . .
Lieut. S. II. Hamilton, of the 26sh Ohio,
las resigned his office, on account of ill health
which his many firiends will be sorry to
A Card. My efficient " Deputy" and oth
er " Aids."" Misses Schellhorn and Fi.her, es
pecially (for their kind assistance at the Fes
tival,) will please accept the thanks of i. w. h.
Thi Logan Gazette wishes that the pub
lishers, of Ohio could agree to not issue pa-
person Christmas and Fourth of July weeks.
We wish so, too.
Our feaders will not overlook the large and
interesting variety of reading matter on our
first page. We flatter ourselves that no pa
per in Ohio is better arranged and selected
than the TJxiox.
Colonh. McMii.hn, of the 95th, has been
unanimously acquitted by the court-martial
of his own asking, assembled at Lexington,
Ky. The charges wera based on his conduct
at Richmond, Ky.
The Toung America's Festival was fairly
attended, and every thing passed off satisfac
torily. No Festival has ever been better got
ten np in so short a time : and the " bill of
fare" was " well done." The receipts of the
affair were small, and we suppose the com
ptiny will "account for this in a report of
the festival next month.
If you want to make a Holiday present of
sonwhing usfeul as well as ornamental, call
at J. C. Glenn & Co.'s, who have a complete
variety of "neat fixin's," suitable for gifts.
Their stock of Stores, tin-ware, cutlery, &x,
is worthy of inspection by all, and after once
showing you their wares there is no difficulty
whatever in selling at the very economical
war prices that Glenn is noted for. Call in.
S. D. & C. R. R We omitted to mention
week before last, in a notice of this road, the
night through freight A. P. Cole, conduc
tor. Mr. C. is one of the oldest oonductors
on the road, and, also, one of the cleverest,
as a ride with him wiil convince you.
There is no road in Ohio which has a bet
ter "news" department than the Sandusky
aad Dayton. The Messrs. Helps have had
long experienced in their business are ac
commodating and reliable.
The Kenton Republican of last week has a
very sensible article in reply to the Demo
crat W mean no disrespect to the editor
of the Democrat (who we understand to be
a yonng man of clever talent and energy)
when we say that he has much to learn yet
as an editor. The personal ' I' must not be
allowed to interfere with or injure the edito
Concert for the Soldiers Aid.
Miss Fannie D. Sampson,
The Chibeabeb, and
otheb amateub slngers
of this place will give a concert at Union
Hall on New Tears Eve for the benefit
of the Ladies Soldiers Aid Society ; to
conclude with few pieces by
The Old Folks.
Doors open at 7 ; Commence at 7.
Admittance, 25 cents.
Correction. Our frend Powell, late of the
13th Ohio, inlorms us that we were mistaken
in "Pencilling? in Cincinnati last week, by
mentioning Bob Crittenden as a rebel. He
is a firm Union man, and is connected with
the army. The ether statements concerning
his cotton, &c, were true. Our informant
was not posted.
Major-Gen. Goo. B. Crittenden, who was
played out at Mills Springs, and is now report
ed dead, is the only one of the venerable
Senator's family in the rebel service.
Christmas Mrsic. Porter's Band added
much to the enlivement of Christmas by its
fine music at Armstrong's corner. The citi
zens, we know, will be thankful for some
" more of the same sort" to-morrow.
The Band baa augmented in numbers and
efficiency. Mr. Ackerman, late of the 13th
Ohio Band, and several members (recejtly
removed here) of Krapp's German Band of
Snrincfield. have joined "Toner's." They,
all, are gentlemen of musical taste and talent, j
Concert for the Soldiers Aid. U. S. Tax--Fresh Provisions and Hard-Wear.
As there are many omissions in the U.
Tax schedule, we have taken the liberty to
supply s portion of them and shall transmit
copy to Secretary Chase, expecting his acceptance
For lending a newspaper, $5.00.
For eating hard crackers out of die army.
For " kissincr in the dark," two cents. II
the old folks are opposed, exempt from tax.
For not bowing to a nigger after de fust ob
For treating a girl's brother, 50 cents.
For playing eucher with a girl, 25 cents.
When " hearts is trumps," $1.00
For pulling a cat's tail, 10 cents.
For shouting " Bully for Cox" 25 cents,
On every woman's "new bonnet," 37J
For eating steak more than thrree times a
day, $3.00. .
For counting the stripes in a balmoral, 50
For not appreciating " John Brown's," song
On each flirtation, $2 and upwards, accor
ding to sighs.
For declining a Government contract, $10.-
For trying to light your cigar by the town
pump, 75 cents.
On every single lady over twenty, $1.
(This is useless there isn't any.)-
For leading the proceedings of Congress,
25 cents a day. Sumner's speeches in full,
$10 extra. ' ...... . . - .
For swinging on the gate, 25 cents.
For playing a jewsharp, two cents a tune.
With variations, one cent extra. .
On the prettiest baby in the United States,
$1,000. (As every woman thinks her baby
the prettiest, this will realize an enormous
For trying to "escape history," two eenit.
(This refers to Congressmen only ; see Presi
For murdering a piano, $1 a day. If there
are any nervous people about the house, 25
per cent. off. " ' '
Ou all roosters that crow over the late elec
For drinking rye coffee, two cents a drink
Rve in any other shape, one cent.
For cheating the printer, $500 for each ol
fence. On Butternuts, five cents " a one." (X. B.
We suppose the Administration heard of
that large crop last Fall.)
For putting on stylo" without the sense
(not cents) to back you, 3 cents (and bored !)
For going to bed with your boots on, 50
For not " wooding up,'' 62 cents. .
Bishop Bedell. The Rev. G. T. Bedell,
the Assistant Bishop of the Episcopal Church
in Ohio, preached a highly interesting serman
at the Episcopal Church last Monday evening.
Bishop Bedell has a very fine delivery in
deed, his voice is what may be styled 'charm
ing' for its tone and compass; and this alone,
would make his sermons listened to eagerly
even without their power and worth. We
hope to hear the Bishop again, often.
The exercises at the Church of baptism and
confirmation were very interesting. No church
administers the sacred ordinances with more
solemnity and grace than the Episcopal
Ws are indebted toohu H. Klippart, Sec
retary of the State Board of Agriculture, for
a copy of the Report of that Board for the
year 1SG1. Mr. Klippart is one of the ablest
and most efficient Secretaries in the U. Sn as
his reports, &&, always go to prove.
Also, to Hon. S. Shellabarger for copy of
the Preliminary Report of the last Census ;
and to Hon. S. S. Cor, for a copy of his well-
prepared speech in the House on the mean
ing ot the elections ol bi JSlr. Uox is so
excellent a speaker that we hope to see him
the next Speaker!
" A Fret or $5,00 and Imprisonment fob GO
Dats For maliciously Injuring any Orna
mental Shade Tree, planted or growing on
any Street or on any State or County Road,
as per Act passed by the Legislature, March
13th, 1862. Persons breaking switches off
these Trees will take notice, or they may pay
Dearly for a riding whip."
Tliis warning to earless and malicious
people is to be seen on the tree-boxes on our
principal Btreets, and will, we hope, be heed
ed. We are certain that the Mayor and oth
er town officers will enforce it to the very
letter, as they should.
Marriage of Ges. W. S. Smith. We learn
that our friend Gen. Smith late CoL of the
old 13th Ohio, was married at Bowling Green,
Ky., on the 18th inst., to Miss Anna E. Dur
ham, niece of Judge Durham, of Danville, Ky.
We learn that Miss Durham is one of the
most beautiful and accomplished young ladies
ot Kentucky, a State noted for lis beautiful
and accomplished ladies. We congratulate
oui soldier friend on his good judgement.
So do we. He deserves it all. General
Smith is one of the best officers in'the service.
Indispensable. If you want healthy, light
bread, biscuit and pastry of all kinds, use on
ly D. B. De Land & Co.'s Chemical Saleratus.
It is truly the house-wife's favorite," and is
indispensable in producing the above results.
You can get it of all respectable dealers every
where. Local Item. Our friends throughout the
county will confer a favor upon us by sending
the facts of any local incident worthy of no
tice that may transpire in their neighborhoods.
Wht is a loafer in a Printing office like a
shade tree? Because we are always glad
when he leaves.
Tderi's a terrible war feeling thro' the
whole of America. Even the new born in
fanls are in arms.
Decision bt me Court of Internal Reve
nue. Inquiry having been made by the Col
lector of the Second District, Ohio, respecting
the legality of the transfer of licenses, the
following decision has been received from
Commissioner Boutwell :
" In reply I would say that a change of
place in business, even though it be troin
place to place in the same dL-triet, rr quires a
n"x - liavct."
Our Book Table.
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discoveries, all of which are prepared express
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We shall continue to transfer to our columns
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$1 a year.
We noticed the December number of this
very excellent magazine for children, and can
say that the present one is yet more interest
ing than its predecessor. Our young readers
should have the S. & S. every one of them.
The Newspbpf.b Family. We float We
are light. We have no fixed course. Like a
handlul of straw thrown on a surging sea,
sometimes edging together and then scattered
in every course, we drift ; sometimes onward
and sometimes backward. We will leave a
record behind us because of our growth. The
Intellectual existence of the people may be
estimated by us. Our capacity for good is
illimitable. We enter as a power into the do
main of art. literature, science, philosophy,
politics and morality.
But the unexampled thing in our history is
our growth our astonishing increase and cir
culation. According to the preliminary re
port of the 8lh census of 1S60, published by
Hon. J. G. Kennedy, it appears that the
annual circulation of newspapers and periodi
cals is no less than 927:951,548, otat the rate
of more than 34 for every white man, wo
man and child of our population. The annu
al value of all the printing done in the Unit
ed States is estimated at over $39,000,000.
At the time of the census there were 340
papers and periodicals published in Ohio alone,
with an annual circulation of 71,767,742 cop
ies, mere were then zl daily political pa
pers and 219 weeklies. Also 27 religious
weeklies and 8 monthlies. There were also
24 literary publications and twenty-three mis
cellaneous. Weekly circulation 805,810 cop
ies ; monthly 218.S50.
From these figures it will be seen that even
in Ohio the press is a dispenser of an im
mense fund of knowledge. Evey issue has
an influence for good or eviL Then how im
portant that, it all be for the good and the
Do not forget lliat tin; best job priiitinj
txecuted at the Uhbasa I'nion office.
THE ISLE OF LONG AGO.
BY B. F. TAYLOR.
Tuis Exquisitely beautiful poem is appropriate
for publication at the close of the " old year
O, a wonderful stream is the river Time,
-4b it rung through the realm of tears,
With a faultless rhythm and a musical rhyme,
Anil a boundless sweep and a surge sublime,
As it blonds with the Ocean of Tears.
How the Winters arc drifting, like flakes of snow,
And the Summers like buds between ;
And the years in the sheaf so they come and
they go ?.
As It glides in the shadow and sheen.
There' a magical Isle up the river of Time,
Where the softest of airs are playing;
There's a cloudless sky and a tropical clime,
And a song as sweet as a vesper chime,
And the Junes with the roses are staying.
And the name of this Isle is the Long Ago,
And we bury onr treasures there;
There are brows of beauty and bosoms of snow,
They are heaps of dust, but we lore them so !
There are trinkets and tresses of hair.
There are fragments of song that nobody sings,
And a part of an infant's prayer;
There's a lute nnswept, and a harp without
There are broken vows and pieces of rings,
And the garments she used to wear.
There are hands that are waved when the fairy
By the mirage is lifted In air ;
And we sometimes hear, through the turbulent
Sweet voices we heard in the days gone before,
When the wind down the river is fair.
Oh ! remembered for aye be this biassed Isle,
Ail the day of our life till night
When the evening comes with its beautiful smile.
And our eyes are closing to slumber awhile,
May the " Greenwood" of Soul be in sight.
A Returned Hero. A distinguished char
acter has withdrawn from public life. Mr.
Tom Sayers, the hero of Farnsborough Heath,
whose bout with Heenan resulted in a drawn
game, announces his intention " never again
to fight, or second any man who nay fighL
Reposing upon his laurels, Mr. .Tom Sayers
relinquishes the further pursuit of fame, sub
sides into the quiet but respectable vocation
of keeper of a tavern, and declares himself
forever out of the " ring." Battered in many
hard contests, damaged as to nose and eyes
in the practice of that noble art of self-defence
which is the Briton's pride and boast, and con
siderably disfigured in general personal ap
pearance in consequence of his devotion to his
peculiar pastime, he no longer threatens the
" champion of America," and there is no reas
on to apprehend the recurrence of an " inter
national fight" with all its disgurting but pop
ular adjuncts. N. T. Yost
Waking Up from their DRSAMs.Whiskey
is selling in Augusta, Georgia, according to
the doleful complaiuts of the Sentinel, at "fif
ty cents a drink.". The Sentinel adds:
" None but a Congressman or a Major-Gen,
eral can afford to get drunk at present prices.
Any poor man who made himself a toper for
lack of sense will have to become sober for
the lack of cents."
. This state of things accounts possibly, fr
the "peace'" rumors which have been coming
up from the South lately. The " sober second
thought" of the too long intoxicated rebels,
begins to assert itself. There must, we sup
pose,' be an interval of "sore heads;" but
with "-whiskey at fifty cents a driuk," repen
tance draws nigh in the South.
There are larger-hearted people in Ports
mouth. Mr. B. Sweitzer donated 1000 loaves
bread and 2000 cakes to the poor of that
city on Christmas, and Little Hamilton dis
tributed forty loads of coaL Such men are
not without their reward.
Governor Tod has been authorized
by the War Department to pardon all
deserters from Ohio regiments, provid
ing they report themselves to him with
out delay. When they have done bo
they will be sent to their regiments and
the authorities promise to let by-gones
Religion is not a thing which spends
itself. It is like a river which widens
continually, and is never so broad or so
deep as at its mouth, where it rolls into
the ocean of eternity.
The Christian should be ever calm;
must be difficult to make the port of
Heaven in a storm.
Somebody says that every cord of
wood given to the poor is recorded above.
Justice may make mercy dumb when
sin has made the sinner deaf.
Jesee Klinefelter. SsmnM Klinefelter, and the other
heire-at-law of Jeremiah Klinefelter, deceased, whose
names and residences are on Known, will take notice
that David Loudeuback. of ChamDaijiTi conntr. Ohio.
on the 31 et day of December, Ixttt by leave of the
Court file hii petition being supplemental to his oritri
oal petition in said Court, against Abraham Hess. Sa
rah Hpss and other defendants, for foreclosure ef plain-
a a mortgage aainsi aeicnaants, ana sale 01 tat
mortgaged premises described in said petition to pay
the mortape debt therein set out. betting forth in
supplimehtal petition, that S5 acres of said mortgaged
firemiees by order of the Court was gold, for 7,068 dol
are, to Wm. Baker for said Jeremiah Klinefelter, since
deceared, the sole confirmed and one fourth of the
money paid, the ballance being unpaid and the terms
sale not complied with.
And praying that in default of payment of said pur
chaie monev, said premises be aain sold, &c.
Tiic said Jesse Klinefelter Samnel Klinefelter and
the ther (unknown) heirs at law of Jeremiah Kline
felter deceaed, are notihed that they are required to
appear and answer said suppli mental petition on or be
fore the third Saturday after the 12th day of Fedruary
Dec, 31st ISGS. YOUNQ A LEEDOM.
no4lMiw. Attorneys for plaintiff.
Solomon McClnre will take notice that John Looker
Champai County, in the State of Ohio, did on the
30th day oi'.hine 18K4, file his petition in the Court of
Common Pleas within and for the county of Cham
paiirn. in the State of Ohio, atrainst the said Solomon
McC'lure, defendant, settins forth that there is dne to
hira from the defendant ll'i) dollar with interest from
November 1&H money pid to defendant on purchase
written contract from him of ill and thirty-six one
hundredth acres of land in Montgomery county, Mis
souri, which land defendant had no title to and of
which plaintiff has been dispossessed by the true own
On the 30th tlav of June, lsos, the plaintiff ran?ed an
order ol attachment to issnc in said action from said
Court against defendant with Lr.irneshee process against
Absoloin Fence. 1 he said ttolomou McClure is noti
that he is required to appear and answer said pe
tition on or before the third Saturday after the lith
of February .
ilet 31 lWi. 1UI Mi K LKKUOM.
noJo6w. Attornej's for plaintiff.
nlNCINNATI, HAMILTON DAYTON RAIL-
Trains ran as follows, SUNDAYS excepted:
Davton and Sandusky Mnil.,8:(i0 A. M. 8:46 P.M.
Dayton, Toledo and Detroit . .0:00 A. M. 9:40 P.M.
Cin. & Chicuro Air-Line Kx. 7.HO A. M. :40 P.M.
Davton and Richmond 00 P. M. 10:10 A.M.
Day., Toledo &De..HuntaT'e5: l P. Jl. 10:10 A.M.
Cia. A Chicago Air-Line Kx. ":00 P. M. 10:10 A.M.
Hamilton Accommodation.. .7:00 P. M. 6:30 and
Eastern Night Express .... .10:00 P. M. 5:40 A.M.
The Eastern Night Express leaves Sunday Night is
place of Saturday night.
I-?Trafn upon Little iliama and Cincinnati A
Xeniaand. Cincinnati. Hnmilton A Daytun Railroad
runs seykk Mi.M Tfcs fast?: it than Cincinnati time.
YOU WANT THE CHEAPEST
NEWB0U5E & FRIEDMAN,
Schlosa old Comer, Weaver's Hotl Building,
They bave raoshred and an caaUaoaUy raeaiving
GENTS' X BOYS' CLOTHING
Fall & Winter Trade.
comprising (ull and compleU assortment of
which are only kept ia
FIRST CLASS CLOTHING STOBES!
Also, a line lot of
GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS
: Eats and Caps,
India Eabber Coats,
Gents Cravat and Collars, all styles.
Gents Hosiery and Handkerchiefs,
: Woolen Undershirts and Drawers,
Which the; are determined to close oat to
Cash Buyers at Pi ices
THAT WILL SUIT THEMf
Their facilities for pnrchasln are equal to thofie of
any store m urnaoa, ana tueir uooas are onefca u.gucu
low figures as to
DEFY COMPETITION !
Don't forget that joa can bey the belt and cbeape
Clothing at .
NEWHOUSE & FRIEDMAN'S,
South weit cornr of Public Square,
Oct 11, n
SW WINTER CLOTHTNO 1861 aim 1863.
NEW GOODS AT OLD PRICES!
ITo. 1 iSlstml street,
MEM'S & BOYS' CLOTHING!
in anaAT vahibtti
Herman Fisher Is now orenared to otTe ki. old
customers and the public in guneral a much larger and
ATTRACTIVE STOCK Of
than erer before afforded in this market comprising of
a nil i ana complete attaoruneni 01
MEN, BOTS AND YOUTHS CLOTHING.
such as arc only kept In a
FIRST CLASS CLOTHIB HOUSE,
Also a very lsrje and splendid assortment of
GENTS' FURNISHING BOODS,
LTATS AND CAPS,
TRUNKS, CARFET SACKS,
SHIRTS ALL KINDS,
EUCKSKIN GLOVES, MITTS, iC.
all o:r which he ts determined to close ont to CASH
buyers at prices to suit the times
rery lanre proportion of my stock was rnirrhased hv
forc the advance of prices, and will bcaflurded at ?uch
low figures as will
Now is the time to get s nice,
well made aud well
and at a Tery low price. Please rail and examine ni
stock before purchasing elsewhere as itwihbetoyuur
benefit to do so.
Remember the plica
TO BUY GOOD G00D6 CHEAP,
AT RO. X AAX.aCX BTIIKBT.
CrAi.wf old srasiO
F.r:f vn rrHVR.
tWTO COSSTTMPTaTES. THE ADVERTTSKH.
having bee re t Ted to health in a few weeks by a
very simple remedy, after hAvint? suffered several year
with a aevere Inng alfeciion. and tht dread dirteaee.
Consumption it anxious t nuike known to bia fel
low sorferers the means of care.
To all who d?ire it, he will send a copy of the pre
scription ased (free of charge,) with the directions for
preparim; and using theame, which they will And a
Sena Cub Fob Consumption, Asthma, Bronchitis.
Ac The only object of the advertiser in sendii.tr the
Prescription is to benefit the afflictod, and spread in
formation which he conceives to be invaluable, and ta
hope every Bnfitiver will try It is remedy, u it wilt coat
them nothing, and mar prove a bissinp.
REV. EDWARD A. WTLfKS.'
Wlllamaburgh, Kings County, New York.
nl-3ra. - -
STHATED. December 2th, from the 9TNcriber, hi
Urbana, (lately removed here,) a milch cow, red In
color, racevt belly and face white red about the eye
looks a little thin. Any information concerning nr
wiil be thankfully received. I am a poor man, aad
greatlv need the animal for my ftLmily.
u35-it. JOIHf SHAY. '
JZX ESTATE &R SALE.
The old TTrbana StenTO Mill bni Wines, with aboat
H acres of land. This property consists of a iargs
and excellent bnilding well situated for a
WAREHOUSE OR BREWERY,
situated In Urbana, on the Sandusky, Dayton Cin
cinnati Railroad near lb? Columbua & lodianapolla
It will be sold very low. and On the following terms;
M In hand and the balance in paymenu to suit pur
chasers, with interest payable annually. Title per
fect. Al?o 7 Lota opposite, frontfnff on HasoeTl-atreet.
Also i Lot on Rusaell-titreet, tirthr bo rtb.
Also 5 Lots on Loudon-?treet, pk-aamly situated,
fenced and cultivated, and in a good neighborhood.
Any of theee Lots will be sold to a person who In
tends to build, for 1-6 hi hand, and the rmiance to sail
purchasers. Otherwise ia hand and tne bulr11 In
three pavmentt. Apply to
HEXRT T. TLES,
oc29-31 Crbana, O.
gCJILDLNU FOR SALE.
Eicht lots on Loenst-street, two blocks eft of the
Court flonwe. Theee are the moxt dirable vacaat
Lots near the center of town, taking in the bill and
rchard back of the late residence of Thomas X.
Terms 1-4 In hand, and the balance in five, ten. or
ernn twenty yesr", with interest annually, and an
agreement to build.
Ther would alfo be leased for 90 years, with prT$
lege of removal. Apply to
HENRY T. NTLES.
OC29-31 Agent of Urbana University, I' rb.ua, O.
JOB H. JAXKS....SEHRTT. Ml LIS. . . J0JT5 IJIXK, JB.
, JAMES, MILES JAMES,
Office Id Crbanalnsnranee Company Building
MayJS. 186 tf.
TATtOB c CB-ETCHXH.
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West Liberty- Ohio.
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