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WEDNESDAY January SI, 1:72.
These tables aie given Ur the beue
Ct of our read en, with the date of the
last corrections as furnished by tin: Kail
.'IM'IXNAIi. SANI'l'SKIt l'l.M LLAM1 Jt. H-
(MAD RIVER LAKE ERIE.)
Curnx-lul Nov- 2i, 1-S71.
Mil and Expr.. daily, except Sn.id,.;. .. M.
Ni 'ht Kipre-s, daily, except Honda?.. . - -!..
RrdcfonLaine Accommodation 'V" a.m.
NyM Kipreni iroes South fcuuday instead of Nun-lay
Irvclind Mail No.
Pittsburg, Cincinnati and St- Louis R'y
orrccU-d May ISrWil. -
N.,Kttie... ,A-'l1"'l.u"it1 ,-,.,',n
No. . Exprew J!"' .. .. it i!
Ko.W,Eipr....lir. H. K. cn
No. U, Way Freight lii) P. M.
So l.Fatt Line... &M A. M., stop at R. K. Crw
No 7. Exprw IMAM- ifP? H
!(o.4.Ezprm JJUpm"' - "
raina daily Sunday excepted.
No. 1 Mull.. -aVm!
No.: WayTrriKhtAic01ui.KHiHtM.11 . i A M
Ttaroull KreiKlit 1 "
o. Mil SM
Through Frelaht t, W A
LOCAL AHD KISCELAKEOU&
Hereafter our Subscribers whose
term of subscription has expired will re
ceive their papers marked with a blue
cross just nnder their name. Now, read
er, when you see the blue X, come and
see us iu our sanctum, where we will
take your hand and money cordially.
If not renewed within two weeks after
tbe above mark appears, their papers
will be discontinued. Now Is the tinie
subscribe for a good family paper. Come
In everybody that has $1,50 to invest for
the Ukbana Union.
Fcrs at cost at Winder's.
Cheetham's and Soler's rats ex
change visits, very friendly.
Twenty sleigh parties passed by the
residence of the survivors of Billy Goat.
Friday last, offering cousolatiou.
Ladies Muffs for $1,50 at Winder's.
We have heard from a reliable source
that the Odd Fellows are about purchas
ing a site for the erection of a hall. It
ia said the site of Mr. Harris Patrick's
house is preferred.
Dental Notice. Dr. H". P. Hall
will be in his office, entrance on East
Court Street, over Weaver 4 Benjamin's
Grocery, from the otb, to the 10th, of
February, 1872. He invites all old pat
rons, and as many new ones as may
give him a call.
Ladtes Squirrel Setts for $6,00 at Win
der's. Where will be a German Bull?
At Herman Fisher's Hall,
On February 8,
The present year so great;
All come to hear the caller,
Admission but one dollar.
Lost! Ladies large Mink Fur Cape,
between West Liberty and Urbana, on
last Sunday. The finder will be liberaley
rewarded by leaving it at Dr. Ayers' of
fice. Latest Styles of Hats and Caps at
Winder's, cheap for cash.
Correction. In our report f John
MeGowan's testimony, we made him
say that from 4 to 6 feet of snow fell on
the day preceding, and the night follow
ing the outrage. The error was inad
vertentfrom 4 to 6 inches is what he
said. But our readers will have easily
known the thing was a bull.
Fun. Sleigh riding without stint
blue noses, chattering teeth and cold
toes mighty pleasant A party was
thrown out of a sleigh, a few evenings
since, in North Main St. The gentle
meu exchanged snowy bosoms for
showy beds, tbe ladies were not de
lighted. One Extra Wolf Robe Mt ut TV'iu
(Jer's, whjch will be sold cheap.
On Thursday night a colored man,
under the influence of drink, lay on one
of the side walks to sleep, and was
found next morning almost chilled to
death. He was at once conveyed to tbe
fetation House to get warmed his blood,
and oooled his thirst for the drop that
tightened him to his bed of ice.
A lire that barns, a front that t-h i I i s
One's inmoat soui to juy or madness.
Trolv did be of old exclaim-
"Whither dost thou snatch rr.c,
O Bacchus full of thy maddening draught?"
Lecture. Rev. T Alien who was six
years a Jissiouary in Asia, will deliver
a Lecture ou the Great Sepoy Rebellion
lu India, duying the years of 1S57-8, at
the Baptist Church in Kingston, on
Tuesday evening, Feb. Gtii. Mr. Allen !
was in Indiaduringlheentire Rebellion, ,
'aud can speak intelligently with re- j
speci to tne war. me proceeds ot me
lecture to be given to the Division of
Sons of Temperance. Admittance 2"cts;
puildren under J5 years, lOcta.
Wk dropped into the wholesale House
pf S. Al8chul,this morning, and we were
showed some Real Navy, being one
IRPti !fl fll!PHnP8S ll'P first genuine, navy
we have seen since we come out of the
army. It is the cheapest tobaco in tbe
city. Give him a call.
i On Sunday moiniug Mayor Long
f found the watch and pocket book, be-
J longing to Mr. Obcilin, coucealcd near
the alley running at right angles to
Eat Market St, near David Sowles'.
He bad been searching for Mr. O'i mon
ey when he discovered those articles.
Miller's wife had told the Mayor where
the ni"iiey was concealed iu the a'ley
ruuuiug Ut.u-cii lliti's and City Hole',
and through mi-take he went to the
wrong alky, but the mistake turned
out foi tunately, as the wife knew noth
ing of the wateh and packet book. The
watch was enclosed in the pocket book.
On Monday morning the Marshal got
the money in the alley designated by
Miller's wife. It was rolled in a glove,
and concealed in the wall, hidden by a
brick. The money corresponded to that
Oberlin lost. Miller since has said it was
his own money he hid!
Ohio Stock Fair. The following
circular has len issued by the Direct
ors of the 2nd, Annual Ohio .Stock Fair:
Tiffin, Ohio, January IS72.
In order to meet the genera! expecta
tion, we hvae agreed upon the follow
ing leading features for the second an
nual Ohio Stock Fair, to be held at Tif
fin, June 4th, 5th, 6th aud 7th, 1SS2. The
preparation of covered seats for 5,000
persons. The erection of a commodi
ous stand for the use of the members of
the Press. Increased Railroad facilities
aud accommodations. Six diHereut $10r)
premiums for Heads of Cattle. Numer
ous $-50 premiums for Single Animals.
ASl.OOO Trotting premium open to all.
A 52,500 premium i'r first-class Horses.
The expenditure of $20,000 iu premiums
and expenses. The same liberality, fair
ness, uniform precision of management
and execution of programme, will be
strictly adhered to as at the inaugura
tion. Railroad. Another meeting was
held in City Hall yesterday by the gen
tlemen interested in the New Railroad.
Urbana was reported to have given
56G5, towards the engineering fund.
Gen. Young read a letter from Mr.
Langley which ran as follows: We
broke dirt to-day. Our engineers are
busy locating. We will grade as fast as
means will allow. We mean 'Railroad.'
This refers to the Railroad between Cir
cleville and McArthur, which i3 to con
nect with ours.
The terms of agreement to which the
subscribers of stock to our line bind them
selves are: $200,000 to be first subscribed
by those at this side of the Sciota River;
5200,000 from those at the other side,
$400,000 iu all. Then 20 per cent of this
to be laid down to commeuce with; 10
per cent afterwards in every successive
Stock vas taken, Ed. Jennings and
Gen J. II. Youug 20 shares of $50 per
thare each: 40 additional shares were
Let not this paucity of subscription
be taken as evidence of a lacking spirit;
the Railroad will be built.
Tuesda'inpexl we are to have another
meeting, -lieu Dr. Griffiths will speak.
Tho.se Beautiful and Valuable
Maps! Too much cannot be said in
in praise of them, we mean those new
and comprehensive publications just
issued by the reliable firm of H. H.
Lloyd & Co., 21 John St. N. Y. Their
catalogue embraces new and accurate
works wbich should be in every house
hold and office for instruction and refer
ence. Agents canvassing with these
rare works, are meeting with unbound
ed success wherever they solicit subscrib
ers, G. S. Kingman, Gen. Ggent is at
present In our city, where he will re
main a short time, and give employ
ment to a limited number of good
agents, to canvas this aud adjoining
counties, for these valuable works. He
gives exclusive right to Territory, and
his appointed agents become no com
petition or interfeieiice. He offers the
most liberal salaiies or commission, to
persons of energy and experience aud
and any one desirous of permanent and
profitable employment iu one of the
most popular agencies of the dry, should
not fail to call on him at once, for terms
and particulars at the Weaver House, or
address him at Urbana, Ohio.
Which is of the Greater Value ?
On Wednesday, two weeks ago, Mrs.
Patrick Dahill, an Irishwoman was bit
ten by a dog belougiug to E. W. Staff
ord. The lady was out on business, was
walking along quietly, when the
unchained brute jumped at her. She
threw up her left arm, which was
caught, a little below the shoulder by
tbe dog, and severely mangled. Mrs.
Dahiil went to the house of Stafford, and
told what happened. The man was
reading a newspaper as the Irish brogue
struck upon his ear. He paid no at
tention to her, according to her account,
did not even look off the newspaper.
The woman left the house, fainted
through pain, and had to be carried
home by her neighbors. She concealed
the matter from her husband that eve
ning, but next day a relation of his told
him the circumstances. Dahill went to
the house, the master was out, but the
wouien began praising the do2: ves
indeed, he was a lovely brute they
coudu't, wouldn't kill him, but he would
be sent away to the country, (on vaca
tion, we suppose, as a reward for tr,,mi
behavior.) But Dahill thoucrht the life
of the dog was not so valuable as the ;
life of his wife, so he enquired for the:
dog. He found him iu the log house. As !
heneared the house the dog jumped at1
him, but Dahill has a strong arm; he!
caught the dog by tbe throttle, swung !
mm around, tuen caught him by the '
back of the neck, gave him a boot and a
chuck, dow ned him, then knelt on him,
and coolly formed an extra communica
tion between his iutestinesand the outer
world by the aid of his penknife, that !
is he ripped him up. Tlmt dog wou't
bite any more Irislj.
Or gootl Stationery! You should go to
the jew Booj; Store," opposite Weaver
House; all kinds of first-class papers
kept there, including a good line of Ini
tial Stationery from lio to oO cento per
box. 51 1-3 w
The first number of the 7ih volume,
of The National Sunday Teacher is on
our table It is filled with choice mat
ter of a religious character. Thefollow
ing gentlcraeu are on the e-liiorai -staff:
Rev. Edward Egg!tsl'..-ii, D. D. C-jries-poiiding
Ed itii', R-;v. II. L. Hammond,
Rev. K. M. Hatfield, D. D.. Rev. riia.
E. Cheney, He v. Arthur Miteij-!1, and
I;. 1". Ja'.'ubs. The a'ovc stafi' represent
liveueinmiiualioii.-. it Is a Heat mmitll-
!y of forty pages. This is the January
uumber Tt-rina 1,20 per anumn in advance-
Single numbers l"cts. Ad
dress Adams P.lackncr & Lyon Pulilisb
ing, Co. Chicago, Ills.
RIFLES, SHOT-GUNS, REVOLVERS
Guu material of evory kind. Wrilc fur Pritc Lift,
loGient Western Gun Work?. Piiu-luirali. Pi. Army
inine uiwi Kevolvn btMiL'ht or traded lir. AifcN l'S
T,s is no humbug: dins 33 wilh
bci-ht. color of eves and tmir. yon receive by reiutn
mafl, a correct picture of your fuinre im-hand or
wife, with name and date ot marr.a.'e Address v
FOX. P. O. Drawer, No. 34 Fultonville. N. i
We desire to enfe a few more AL-em?
World Renowned Improved Bl I Ht t i.M,
uilUlNE nt a lilieral salary or on on mwion. A
Horse and Wa,on o A-ut,. Full PrUc.?
fnmi-hcdona,.plit1on. Addn-- W . A HtM k.H-S-
At'O.. Oeueral Aeule. t levelamt, Onio.aud
St. Louie. AIo. 4w
CATV H 5511!
Cdit be Cure!.
RrrAor, If ti
art tmnl-Vd wiiii
Or Chronic Cat-m -h
and Czexu. o-t-Rp.xo's
tPLcmcI in rw
rinrle rase Iia it
failed iu effwtt.ii::
a euro. fcoM br ml
od tv trw iki rir
tor. O'. Um M. R,
V ,-f AT3TJS0
Alio sold ov JOHJf F. liFXUY, Ageiit.
CulLii-'i! Place, iw Yobk ClIY
Wells' Carbolic Tablets.
FOR COUGHS. COLtrS HOARSENESS.
Thc-se Tablets present the Acid iu Combination
with other efhcle;it reined'es, in a ponularform,
for the Cure of ali 1 H ROAf and LUKG dslsoies,
HuAKsiilst-SS aud I LCERA1IOX of th
THROAT are immedialely relieved, and '.ta!e
im iits an- constantly Ijcin' sent to the proprie
tor of relief lu c-.e '-'f Throtit UilHeuities oi
J"1 TTrTTO'TT IVn't be lieeeived l y b orth
UAUllUl'liss imllauoii. Get only
Wells' Carbolic Tablets. Price 'S c.. per Hex.
JOHN Q. KKI.i.'.xJ;. Plall St., N. Y
Scud for Oirculur. So!o Ageu! for the U. S.
It ! NOT A PHYSIC It ia NOT what ie popularly
called a B1TTLUS, uor is it intended as each. IT
IS A SOUTH AMERICAN plant that has been
used for many years by the medical faculty of
those countries with woncleru!! etrieacv as a
POWERFUL ALTERATIVE ami UNEtjC ALLU
PURIFIER OK THE RLOOD, and is a sure and
Perfect Remedy for all Piseases of the
LH'ER AND SPLEEN ENLARGEMENT OR OB
STRUCTION OF INTESTINES. URINARY ,
UTERINE. OR ABDOMINAL ORGANS. POV
IRTY OR A WANT OF BLOOD, INTERMIT
TED ORKEHITTENTHEVEKS, INFLAM
MATION OV THE LIVEU, nKOPbY,
SLUGGISH CIRCULATION OF THE
BLOOD, ABSCESSES, JAUNDICE
SCROFULA, DYSPEPSIA, AGUE
& FEVER OR OTHER CON
CCiSUTAXTS. DR. WELLS' EXTRACT Of JURUBEBA
Is offered to the public as a jrrcut invlporator
aud remedy for all impurities of the blood, cr
for orpin ie weakness with their atlemUint
evils. For the foresoina complaints.
is confidently recoramunded to every faniiiy as a houee
taoid remedy which should be freely t:ikcn In all de
rangementg of the system, it (rives health, visror
anilloue to all the vital lorces, and animates
and fortifies all weak and lymphatic temper
aments. JQHN O. KELLOGG, 18 Piatt St., New York.
' hole Aseut Jor the United Spates
Price One Dollar per bottle, bend for C(rcular.
AA'AICH FREE " Agents to introduce articles that
It sell in every house, Latta & Co. I'itlsbourgh
rrpj A WEEK! Best Cheap Slniltle Sewing
fA4t)4 Macninu in the wltl. AguntsVant
eL J.S. HAYES, Great Falls, N. H. 50tilw
AoKNTS W'ANTEn FOB THE GKEAT WoliK.
MOMOXS & MOKMONISM.
By a sUrcr of a high pilest, Cinshiug evid'-nc.
against Brighaai Youug and the Elders, Plots, Ae
sassitmtious. ant: 'Victims, Illustrated, Addrees W.
E. Hliss, Toledo, Ohio, Nettleton A Co. t in. O., or
Bejkuap & Bliss, Hartford, Conn. . 5ti 4w.
1 A MONTH. Horse aud carriage
-'J ftirnibbe'l: expeuses paid; samples
free. H. B. SHAW, Alfred, Me.
CHEAT CHANGE FOR AGENTS
1)0 yon want an agency, locator traveling.
wiin an opportunity to make toiwa day
: eelliug our new 1 t-traud White W ire Clutbe'c
Liur Ttiey la-:t forever; para plo free. Send
tor circular. Add rest at ouce Hudson Kiver
t Wire Work?, cor. Water St. and Maideu Lane
, . or 316 W liaudolh Si, Chicagu 5CT 4w
tbo To:irt f
i-vrry Ledy op Gen.
l.-miill. frld bT lpncrl'
r..l l.mltrs in PLKFI MFI.".
1 Is A Pare Black Tea
with the GKcn Tcs i'iasor. War
ranted to snit all tastes. Fortale
ecerywhere in ctr 'Uade-mark"
ptjundand half putt ad packageeox
Lr. Aud lor sale wholesale only
bv thefiREAT Atlantic & Pacific
Tea Co., Church St. New York.
P. O. l'ox Send tvr 'l'hux-
REDUCTION OF PRICES
TO CONFORM TO
GREAT SAVING TO CONSUMERS
my (.r r iiMi iPtuiis.
5"-"Scnd for our Sew Price List and h i lnh form
w ill accompany it, containing full directions iuaking
large saving to consumers and remunerative to
THE GREAT AMERICAN TEA CO.,
P. O. Box attt3.
The most lavishly Illustrated and cheapest book of
modern iimi-s, and just adapted for holiday gilts,
Aleuts for this work will secure choice ol territory
for the prandce religious volume of theccnturv, now
nearly ready, entitled 'Jesus,' by Rev. Or. Dennis.
For circulars address U. S. Publishing Co., 150 Union
Chicago, Ills. 410 Slarkct St., St Louis. Mo'
177 W 4th St Cin. O. rsj 4w
A RAR CHANC FOR AGENTS.
Agents, we will pay you iMO per week in
Cash, if you will engage with us atoncc.
Everythingfurnished and expenses paid.
Address F. A. Ells & Co., Charlotte,
'.. f ,-- s. .M0 REAuU;- i y g
if r.a.'v.'' : .. , i.r . M
S. L. p. stosi:.
GHoCEIJ AND PROVISION DEA LLH
us :aka. o.
UR3AIJ A RETAIL MARKETS.
Rarl-.-y H.'-.ur!iit...n.?ni) side... -.
.. . J Shoulti-j; r. .. CC 7
f Hay n .-
''.Stli::ir i. flt.in- . l-r .
Vi'i :ir'tV i: . -.'
4 5- Mo a-' ' i;-l. :ii.-
T-.l'., " S.llllli:
t. :Svj iJJir S-c'.
l.i.5 l.'ie RioColfeer...iV 38
.... l.W Java " SS-f. 35
.. 17--ju Inipt-rial Tea. . l.tui l.sn
i.ti"'iu.' Y. 11. Tea l,ui.uS.iX)
ft Salt r.-2,75
...IST2U Bran 25
.'J2Q.ii Shorts .er 1ii 1,40
o,io Miuuiiiis" per ni 1,7)
,tm Beef ji,iH
Fish f mackerel
.l.VT' Jl Tallow
srcift Potato,- uevv.
ivr, J7 Meal
r.V".l.si Cliieketi!' jM-r III
-'nal oil tier sal
' i lake i
Flax Seed per lm
Timothy " "o,
Wood per iinl.;:.ii 1.00 hirkycom...l.(KrJ.im
Coal " liu .k.'JS. " Bourlion 4,(jnff5 i.iki
Sheep pells ..vlo Feathers ier lb...44Tol
Hams iti 12
CINCINNATI. Dec. I'.'th 1S-J1. -
IKKiS The arrivals were not so lilieral as the
week previous. There was a good demand the irreat
er portion of the week, and drovers succeeded in
establishing an advance of 25c. per central, and the
market to-day closed firm at the advances and this
evenins about all were sold Prices are now higher
here than at the leadin" packins points iu tbe West,
and hors are relatively mnch higher than the pro
dnrt: hut notw ithstanding this and the fact that or
ders for meats arc being driven away from here on
account of the high rates, packers and slaughterers
are buying freely, though many regard prices too
high. The sales to-day footed up alwut -J.50U head
at prices ranging from $4 .'in to "4 50 per central
gross for liirht to extm heavy averages. The re
ceipts for the week ending this evening v, ere 54. SW
head. nainBt 44. 'JS8 bead corres-ondin-r week last
year. The parking to date amounts to 23U,7li4 head, t
and the number packed to this date last seasuu was j
l'i.iss head. j
riTTSRURt; CATTLE MARKET. i
PiTTrBVno. Dec. 11 Cattle "tween :0 and
1,'ijn head un sale to day; market -low and prices
lower: prime to.extia, 5,1 to .i.c.: fair lo good, 4 to
dHc: some few laucy. 0c.
Sheep and lambs: supply siaall ii'nout l.OOOheud;
nvtrket very slow and;prices unchained: sheep. 5u
to tj per head: lambs, fi to 5.
Hogs in Kood supply; sales at 4 lo IVc.
NEW YORK MAHlvEl,
New York Dec. li. The weather is fine, bul j
the market is full of everything, and the demand f
rtms on poultry. Cattle are a dead -et, wilh receipts '
of 9.oyi head for the week and :5.'.K"J head to-day 1!; :
cars .a! Comumuipaw, lis at One Hundredth street ,
and 5S at Weeuaw keu. This beiny the third week j
ol the heavy ran. piling up just when Thanksgivin"
requires less beef thoroughly breaks Ihe market, the !
losses uemg jngnuur jurove alter drove sella al
cost in Chicago The average decline tor the week
ia lc; Xc. on the best, and '"e on poor. Texuns
won't sell: they are held at $7. Thiu Western steers
brought f s 50 to 9; fair cattle. Jii'J; 2O0d to prime.
10 to U; a fewlancy butchers steerH, (12. Average 1
ot market, m. jlhuv catiie leit. Large number
ol fat droves Ohio sending a,600 for the week, and
Kentucky 1,!"0; Texas only 3U0. S care Indiana, 6"
cwt. sold at $s 50 to 10: IS cars Illinois, aft cwu, fS
to 8 70; 8 cars good Ohio, " cwt.. it to 10; 4 cars
prime, s)i cwt.. i!0 to II; 6 cA's7cwt, Illinois ?9 50-
Sheep Receipts, 80.7OJ head for week, and 6 900
headto-df.y. Market steady at 4Hto6.'ic. for sheep,
and 5.51 to Tc. for lambs. Three cars Kentucky
sheep. 03 lbs,, sold at Bc.; 3 cars Ohio, So lbs., 6S'c
Hogs Receipts, 49.7UU head for week, and 15 900
head yesterday and to-dav. Live arevorth4V to
4?ic; dressed Drought 6, to GXc, iu somewhat ac
BALTIMORE CATTLE MARKET.
BiiiisiosE, Dec. 12. BekfCattls The market
yesterday afternoon showed considerable activitv,
and it was kept up till pretty much all the best cat
tle were sold prices were Hto.Vc better on tops
and middle grades respectively, aud at theclosesome
1.900 head had changed hands at ;-2 7otoo 75 per 100
lbs. This morning what remained of yesterday's
oilVpiings, being nioitly common ealtlc, went off
very slowly at rates varying Utile from those of last
week. Of tne leccipt 550 head were reshippud East
wiinont ueing ohered here. Prices to-day for beef
cattle ranged ns follows: Be;t beees at $to5 75; i
generally rated flrst-qu.ility at S-l &('lo5; medium or
g'xid fair quality al "3 S73lo4 50; ordinarv thin I
steeiv, oxou and cows, at atoa b7,v ; inferior and j
lowest grades ot cattle. 2 73to3 general everage ol !
the niarket to day, 4 iji V. Extreme lange of prices i
7jto5 75. ' j
Uoe.a There hasbeeua falrniiplv ou theniarket i
den iii!r the pa-t week, and the demand for fat hogs
has been good v,hile eoiuinon quaiitica are selling'
slow. There is a slight decline on the better grades 1
siuce last week. We now cpiote at a 75toti Its per !
loo lbs. net. Recepts this week 7,til'J head.against
;i, i i 'i-1 ween., auuo,si3neaa same time lust vuir.
Hi'iter Strained Lard Oil for sale by
KAUFFMAX fe AELSON.
1e you want any kind.of a tearfl, gu
lo Yeizer dc Go's., on Miami Street, their
stock are always ready and prepared to
go at any time.
In making purchases of anything in
the Book and btationery line, our read
ers should call at the New Book Store,
just opened in Donaldsons building, op
posite the Weaver House. -o083w
Merchants, Professional men and all
others, wishing to buy Stationery in
quantity, will liud 2.5,000 Envelopes
and over 50 Ileams of paper, to select
from at Madden & Sargent's, New Book
Store, Opposite Weaver Ilquse, tJUS 3y.
A large assortment of white and fancy
stripe N'nbias, new style Hair Goods,
Eaucy Dress Buttons, Dress Fringes and
Trimmings of all kinds, at
M. L. Albright,
No. S i Public Square.
Very finest 'oung Hsou
Fine " "'
Good " "
t'ommuu " "
Very fines! Gunpowder
" " Imperial
Very linest Japan
" " Oolong
This is cheaper than Teas have been
In ten years. We are enabled to sell
then at these prices, for the reasou that
we duy direct from the iij-porters, and
sell direct to the consumer, thereby sav
ing the profits of the speculators, jobbors
and wholesale merchants, which are 30
to 50 per pound.
We select our teas with special refer
ence to flavor and good drawing quali
ties, and guarantee them to give satis
faction, or return tiiom aiid we' will re
Weaneb & Bexjamix.
Dr. Brockway's Speedy Cure, cures
colds, and prevents them. It r.ui l.o
found at the Singer Office, 1
Choice Messina Oranges, 25c per doz-'
vtin EAVER & IlEXJAJils'g,
ouju-w . j
Use Dr. Broekway's Vegetable Liquid
and Speady Cure cures Dispepsia. and
all Throat and tetomach diseasesi Js'o
cure no pay. Manufactured by Howell
A Neer, opposite M. E. Church, N Main
St. Price per bottle 1.
DrARiEs Lancaster Almanacs, for j
lb72, at the .ew Book Store. 509 3w !
UUITE a number of extra fine Cutters
and Sleighs arc ou our streets, with fast
Horses pulling them, and we are told be
; long to the Livery Stable of Messrs. C.
H. & B. F. Gauson, who have always
on bauds a splendid lot of No. 1 horses
and buggies, suited for any purposes.
Give them a call if you wish to take
We will sell our Confectione
ry and Bakery, or Sell the Ma
chinery, and rent the building
tor a term ot years
ITOVEY & IL-EIINLIN
HEXRY WEAVER has this day marked his entire Stuck of DRY" GOODS down to
prices never before known in this city.
ALPACAS, Double-Faced, 40c
The.-e Alpacas were bought le;
2) Fa E S S
In all rrrades marked down below WHOLESALE PRICES ',
LADIES and CM
If you li'aiit a svt oi Fl'KS wc can Uixv you a ISlITTIIt JBAIIUAIA
than any house iu tlc ity. liatlios Alaska 3Iink 2.75, 3.00, 3,5 O 4.00.
AIV KXTKXSIVli STOilv or
PLAID AND STRIPED FLANNELS.
than their value
and we give
cull Special Attention to
1 1 lu . ilium
the purchaser the beneiit of the
order to close out our large stock.
our Stock ol
Quite a novelty in the shape ofa new"
style Patent Stem Winding Watch,
that is hunting-case or open-lace com
bined, has been brought out by Steward,
Graham & Co, 0 ll'hitehall Street, New
York, which they sell at the wonderful
low price of 12 dollars, liead their ad
vertisement and purchase one if you
want a really good Hatch. "C'hrist-iin
Heekly" endorses their reliability in
every way, 50S-Um.
Ou and after publication, the follow
ing will be strictly enforced
All persons strolling about the streets
of tl'e'city of Urbana hereafter will bo
compelled (at tlieir own option) wueii
lOOKiug lor any uiiug in me tvuy ui me
nicest little assortment of good things',
I I. : r. .1. : : . 1. e 1 1.
to fro to the New York Cash Grocery,
where you will always lind it it not,
we can get it for you. Everything nice
this week. Oysters, Ccllery, Candies,
&c. Weaver Bros.
Ilrupnetors of the only original Cash
urocery in -.nampaigu couuiy.
Heed the "Warmkc As smiyj by
Miles Wilson, at Jin. iayior C'o s..
Who, is that gentleman driving that
brown team?'' asked a stranger, of a boy,
the other daw "That is Mr. Yeisers,"
replied the boy. (,Wiio owns that
tearui!" was. the next question. "He
does," replied the boy, "aud ho has
more than that, for he i- the Proprietor
of the Weaver House Livery, Feed and
Sale Stable. It is situate on Miami
Street." "Very good sou."
Tite weathei v,';o so unfavorable last
week that many failed to get thoir Hol
iday Goods. But you can get more
goods for presents this week for the
same money and just as fresh and new,
if you go to the right place.
Koofs Old Book Store have l;ept their
Stock replenished from the) city, and
are iix say trim tor a large trade iorNew
Meat aud Feed Store, at No. ol iSorlh
Main Street. This new song was writ-
teu and composed by the above named
gentleman, aud he is the only uiau that
can sing it right. Call aud see him.
" llO, IS tnat geuiieuiau uiiv nig uwi
r a large n-aue iorew
l'hev had tha crowd '
liiej Had tho crowdi!e8
Try the Celebrated.Cigar, called Fist ;
jjove, the best ever olit-red in this City, !
at the New Cigar Store, on North Main I
w;f it... f..i..i
St., opposite the Court House.
Gkoso Imposition. No imposition isj
more to bo condemned thaii that of
short weight. So common is this, that
hardly an article of commeree is oilered i
to the public which has the full weight j
used in this coutry. Each package con- j
tains with scrupulous exactness, the full j
quaiiuijy oi wuigut laueieu upon it, auu
will produce better and greater results
than any other Baking Powder in mar
ket. Try it and satisfy yourselves of
the truth of our assertion. For sale by
To Those who are Dow eh Down by
nervous Debility, and despair of ever re
covering the vigor and mien of man.
hood we earnestly recomend Dr. Walk
ers California Vinegar Bitters. Before
they have finished the first bottle, they
will feel the restorative principle at work
every portion of their broken-down
pystems and hope will spring up in their
hearts. No case of Dyspepsia, Bilious
ness, Intermittent Fever, I.heumatisni,
Gout or kidney diseases, can resist this
unuvjualled vegetable tonic, which is
unpolluted by any distilled or ferment
Pure cider vinegar for sale at
S. Ij. p. Stone's.
The undersigned respectfully an-
nounces to tne citizens ot Urbana and
surrounding country, tuat lie is now
formerly occupied by Mr. Albright as a
Picture-gallery. Terms for Tuition, S12
and $18, per quarter, according to time
and degree of advancement.
Pinishmg Pupils .10,00 per half term.
Bloomiield and Otis seven Octave Pi
ano for sale.
Maurice (.'. Book.
li i,. U..n . .1 . I : I. i 11 t . . .
muc is uu jjiueu nte iiomt';'- uui
when it comes to the subiectof Liverv-
stables wo believe that overv one will!
agree with the l rrana Union in the
statement mat there is no place like
Gausons'. I hey keep the very best!
Horses, and the very best vehicles of
all kind. Patronize them once and you
win pucouijie llieui always.
o-! Dowx!! Duw.n!!!
()v('i-ci-it Mini Winter fluMiln.,
U t0,ll! ,l!U,1, " 1,lt(-1 Wllllllg
Ollili rogardk'SS tu cost. To
f.np ,,i,f f
r.i, .,,,. , 1 , T ,
Futl'e--t and freshest supply of Grocer-
ever bought to Urbana. and, If you !
Jouot the statement, all you have to do !
Opp, Weaver House.
Now ia the time to get
ains in Clotliiug, at
Von tiio next oO DAYS, I
will sell my entire stock of Over
coats and Winter Cloathiiifr, re
gardless to cost.
X. W. corner Public Square.
S. L. P. STONE has now the finest,
ll .... i a. .1 r . 1 . . a 1 - , . '
Mr. Stone has built up one of the best
trades in the county by always furnish-
ing the very best articles in-his line at I
, i. . . :
is i'j pivft uiuuu'4 auti ee ror vourseli.
the very lowest terms.
IjULJvIJUX, KVK, M ALT alld all i
lnviiula .,f Wliwlm -i AK-..fl..
. '. '.
Calltomia UlCS 6C hitters at i
lc ilt tlG W
01" HoilSC. Opposite the Court :
Fine Cigars and Tobacco at l', & ('
A line lotof Cluimpaiue Wines for the
Holidays, in pints and quarts, just re
eeived at the New Wholesale Liquor
House, l:i North Main Srcct. Opposite
The Queens ware House of .Ins. ('
Glenn & Pro's., you must remember. Is !
aiwuys immensely stocKOU with Mine
Goods; their Cutlery, is of the best of
.1.. "... I..9I , . t
oiet-i, auu men- enver piaceo ware is
superior to nil other manufactures
1 hey are the only importers this side of
v inhuman, nun aie nit ruioi'e Cliaoleit to
sell goods ut less iliru.es than any othc? I
house in this city. If you doubt it, give
them a call. South-west corner Public I
Square and South Main Street.
Study your own interests and call on
Herman Fisher for the best made, and
cheapest Clothing in Urbaua.
For Pure Drutrs. rei
, Flsler &. fir vr-v'c-
New Style lamp Burner-, and (i;,
neys Lanterns and Extra T ii? ri V""
Wick ,&b$F& $li
y r tliarce-
1 1 hk ines and Liquors for Medi-
1... 1.'- , .... v"
kinds lor sale
iy r isier Ot (.'IiaUCC.
-llfcAX AleillClUCS of all kin.K'.....l :..
i . , ...
you want a client, s,,;. ..r
ur inenu Jos.
l-osite tne rost Ollice.
Go and see those line Milton Over
coats just received by L. Nathasou a,i
fr wU1 W o"e? Tor' they
c.m't be beat hi price or quality. Y
best assortment of .
mo lowest prices, at v.V
No. -lo, Publfo sjuare. atba,,8on
: . . - "eieoaia at
Overcoats ! overcoats ! overcoaU Th.
Publicuare. atha,,wn ,
Hair-straps for bathing, fihe
Flsler &. Cua-ce's
For Perfumery and Toilet-goods, go to
Tisler & Change's.
Teas of the best quality, at
i'isle;- & Chance'.s.
toilet soap ju,t rS'vi b"'" r
ANL-ERsoN A HEDGES
AbJ Will Tlifv CBif. Another arrivM of
New Goods at Herman Fisher""
Coco u CAN-imy and Cough Medicin.
a largejiment tiller i c'hal""
If you want nice flttimr overcoat of the
best quality and at the lowest prices T,
to Mormon Kin!.
1 hey are sellinsr Goods dur
ing the Holidays, cheaper than
over, at JOS. Fishku's.
You tan save 20 cents on the dollar
by buying your Groceries at Weaver &
Benjamin's Cash Grocery No. 27, North
Main and No. fin, Court Street, Uabana,
'csi il forsu.-w iM
li siy l ui ui nCri-ilit Stori-
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J" , 1 1 ' "f w,1M?h wo 1'tAiIly
rt'rerto our J'st or prices published in the
l'rbana papers of Dec. r.oth, IstI.
Weaver & Bmjamiu.