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URBAN A UNION-
WB0ITBSDAT M VEKIHO
Ocf. 3&r-lSG7r
rancs: $3,00yeariaTR Id adr ace.
Ad.fresi, J.Wjllor .rCrban hio.
-x'TirrO'KiovAf nearti tbtUnion of Hands
..Itr Union ol States nonecanseTer;
4 ii a" Union ofLaken theUupwnof Lands
viiAfkFto of 0c Csiok Foreter!
V
1 Th States- t tha Union with Umon of
. i:?: th States."
The Senatorship.
Split of the State Democratic Press.
FOR SENATOR—ALLEN G. THURMAN.
r
. -. - ' 77- e -f ' ' ? " -
4, ..'NTr brieve tbat Judge Tliorman re
ivedVniajorUj of ihe Totes xjf the le
..ptl Voters cf Ohio, for Governor on Ihe
4- ycoond Tuesday of October, ihoagh the
eouot !g about 2, HBO against fcim. The
rpajority. Gen., Hayes received ii jost
.spout enairaient to. tee nutnetr 01 ue
j.igrj who !n iolation of law were per
tiitted to ote )D Oiiio, by radical Judg-
t ts ft tlectioD- . .
,1-lLad. Allen. Gu,Thnrnan been eleoted
.. jpoyernor cLObio the .Democracy of
i-hjg co'irity ?ould hate been nearly even-..rj.diyjdc-d
a to a. choice between, tbat
riWiold.patriot, Jlufiu P. Ranney, and
..thst nobie champion of Constitutional
Libf rty, George II. Pendleton, bat nn
VjE thecircumstanees, without desiring
Ktj rrejadice the claims of any man, we
x;sCTf"that we' be!eive a large majority of
t'. t Pemocraey of beneca County ear
' i.ofijj defiro. tEat Allen G. Tburman
tb ui4 be chosin to represent the people
' rf TJhio, in tbefcenate of the Lolled
'Vin'tea. " Tig rongpificent canvass he
ii.n Jelbia jear-bis moderation, wisdom.
" discretion, oratory, arcament and true
jmanhpod, entitles bim Jo the confidence
1 of the Democracy, and, as be was the
'..-n-jet, atwbicb, alLRadicalism aimed its
btojvs tEis year, it is the universal hope
tribal h.e may be rewarded by the Sena-
t-lArvna .in lieu ot tbe Lrovernorship out
e. pf. which he has been cheated by illegal
. .votes, . , ,
-'-Thurman. should he the successor of
.-Ipule...., A patriot, scholar and a pentle-
tnna, pe will refiect honor on Ohio where
. ..yaie .has disgraced .iU JScneca Adv.
a ': 'Cn'iVSElToriiiP. Since tbe dec-
JVihe r Iiadical aspirants to a seat ' in the
ja'pf a 'Pcmocratic Iiejnslature by the
t ; n'n'A nnin" it it balf snsrprtfid that
L..'uTT& Je.l&i) Scheflck, liioabam, and
r. X..S. senate, have secretly withdrawn
''"ircro'Cie contest ; they arc not. candidates
aimTrch' as they used to was.'
T5ut' still, the seat is not IiloTy to be
Amonj those already ' named for the
Tuition, -we notice the following dis-
tonTaHandigham, Eanney and Jewett;
ciihflr of whom would do. honor to the
position, and credit to the intelligence
f,-and goofFse'Dse of the Ohio Demqcracy.
Tni these'gentlemen stand on equal
' fbofing'as to their respective claims for
fie place, we might not feel called to
v express our rrjferenc 1 for either. But
Va the ca-c now Stands, 'we have a de-
ci J d" preference for Judge Tburman.
.nVis'fhe nian, of all others, who should
,: receive at' the hands of the Legrslatnre,
"'VjiA election, tb the United States Senate.
His 'untarnished record, eminent ability,
snd ih'e masterly, skill and judgment
e" displayed1 during the late canvass, all
commend bim as the man th Democracy
' should send; as their representative to
the United States Senate. Ohio Eagle,
'J OA.
i -.v.. - -
i United Statt.j Senatou, in the place
":f-Jen. Wade,' we unfurl our banner for
ivJIon.- Allen. G. Thurman, oar late gal-
slant etandard bearer, l - -
- Judge Thurman has made a gallant
fight, and although defeated by a mea-
ger majority, and that made np of ne
gro votes, he has earned for himself the
- lasting ' gratitude of every true-hearted
Democrat in ; the State-. - As he did not
"!tk the nomination "for Governor, but
t-yielded to the wishes of the United De
c mocracy, let Democratic masses sponta--?osly.Jo-an
. act of simple justice and
:-Tisrh, and -thus strengthen themselves
.Ufcrou-shout-the States.- The people of
- Ohio; ia the recent election, have plac-"-edbe
seal .-of eoisdemnatioo upon the
lvrjUtemp't to snferce negro suffrage upon
tour .'State, -either-by Congressional or
,rrStete-Iyegislalive enactment, and most
-sAorphariearl.ytiir -opposition to- such - a
change in their organio law. - In this
situation of affairs tben, who so fit as
' AHfeh G. -Thurtnan tc traord Ohio's in-
tefests as'"a sov'ereign State in that body,
fwbefey hy-'he Constitution, she is en-
T-'tltkSrto Equality of representation with
--terY b'ther State lb' the Union . :
'.f'fljCt otrf legislators but heed the voice
of the rScorle in tnis matter, elect J udse
ssTt'urmaa to the -Senate, and all will be
cw'eirpresfint and fiiturt. Allen' CitrUy
ittSw fQXT6ftI0 iy 18(33, The
' vote'ot' tie Stated excoeda'tbat of lSGt),
. . A i : ' -r 'in Ann :
( BO tUll VQ, .toss oi-aVj.uuy. majuritjf wj
the P.epulilicacswas, not, as tbey would
. liave usjjejicjejcajasiid by stay-at-homes,
4 -Xut. byjictuai cJianges. of thousands of
.conservative .rvepublicacs to the , Depio-
.j.erntic rank.. ; .
l-'xvvi,. Iutlthe Democratic legislature
uytirid arjty JeJiH-s,"i,o. act j as ig. jretain
. , Vli 1.1 larpa ii e e es jio , a tul 'to x lla I 1 at many
, wort Jor JS'iS. ....'.'
.v,e.lVe tuut. buve cool, solid sense pas.
. .- laws Or none reduce taxation and
p.iilaris, -.in J send AlleaG. Thurman to
the United States Senate. Guernsey
jtftrsoniaii, (kt. J J. .
: TrlB fiKVATonsnir. The Lcsislature
meets on the first Mouday of January,
and tbeTT iiifed fctatcs Senator is to be
V-hosen on tho second Tuesday after the
fvist 'Monday of the month. Judge
Thuriii.iB, in view of his magnificent
tanvas? " and gallant leadership in the
last"-rtmtiaiL'n, evidently the choice of
"a innjnrity of the members eleet for Sen
ht r. '( Poller.
a
JUDGE THURMAN.
The eyes cf the whole nation were
turned towards Ohio during tbe late
campaifrs, and commanding ability and
eompre'.ensive statesmanship displaced
br Ju izt TLnrmaa in bis published
g jecbfi have placed him in the frnt
r r.k ar ong tin list of American orafsrs
and sta esman. Add 'to these qnaH.ies
the actnonledpcd purity of his private
l:fe, and his unimpeachable integrity,
and we have just the man to sustain the
dignity of American statesmanship in
the United State Senate, and re Sect tbe
highest honor upon those who may place
hiin in the high position. Sprwgfitld
Irqrucnjit.
It is pleasant to see the majority with
which tbe Democratic press of Ohio and
other States speak in terms of the high
est praise of our glorious candidal for
Governor is the late election. Judge
Thorman struck down Radicalism and
confounded its leaders with mighty force
of reason and yigor of intellect, and
proved himself the worthy champion of
toe gallant Democracy and its many oth
er eminent chieftains in the late cam
paign, lie has made-a permanent lodg
ment in the hearts of a majority of the
white people of the State. We hope he
shall yet receive tbe honors of the Gub
ernatorial chair, by the exclusion of the
illegal, unconstitutional Negro votes
east in tbe strong Radical counties, and
thus vindicate his own rights, as well as
the majority and sovereign will of the
people. At all events, he has a bright
future, Zanetville Signal
REPUBLICANISM DISAVOWED.
Mr. Allabougei says that the passage
between him and Harry Ford did not
take place : and that he knew nothing
of the bill and its presentment. We
therefore give Mr. Allabaugh all benefit
of the disavowal. The bill was in fact
presented, but not for any such reason
as his vote 6ay the younger partners of
the house, and we give them the bene
fit also of their disavowal, for the
Union does wrong to no man. The
Union is moreover very glad to learn
that these junior partners would not by
any means carry their politics into their
dealings.
So much is due in this special case,
and at the same time the Union will
take occasion to say, that this vindictive
proscription does find place with people
who call themselves Loyal. There are
many such who will say to others, don't
deal with that man, he is a Copperhead ;
and there are others who say that they
will not subscribe for the Union because
it is a Copperhead sheet. Yet they dis
honestly read it, at their neighbor's ex
pense. They will please understand
that the Urbaxa Union bas never be
set . them for subscription, and it does
not bore people for advertisements. It
may be understood tbat it is guided by
sense of duty, and if any man in this
commun'iy shall see fit to harass a man
for his vote, and attempt to strike at his
means of living by casting him off' from
employment on account of his vote, he
will be duly noticed in our columns.
"Stopping the paper" will not coerce
us. w e nave one such order now to be
carried into effect at tbe end of seven
weeks, which will be duly observed.
When the time come, Mr. Stopper will
be vexed at himself while- the U. U.
will be vexed never a bit.
.- Mem. Mr. Tom Koppcrhead will, of
course, concur in what is here said, on
account of his communication, as we
judge him to be a man of sound princi
ples.
THE REASON WHY.
When Mr. Radical found that the bad
principles of his party- had caused de
feat to his party in the late election, he
consoled himself at first with saying that
his party had been over confident and
had not come to the polls. The full re
turns now show that the vote given on
the Second Tuesday of October, was the
largest ever given in Ohio and that Mr.
Jttadical s party never polled so many
votes before. Why, then, are they beat
en : It is because tho people did turn
out ; they have become weary of desola
tion and profligacy and extravagance
and false oaths. The villainies which
Mr. Radical practiced during the war,
under the name of Loyalty, are coming
back upon him and they will come in
yet stronger force.
"ACTING PRESIDENT."
TrfE Enquirer is disturhed because
the Gazette calls Johnson the Acting
President instead of the President. We
do so because that it is his correct title
and this is not. The same distinction
is observed in all ranks, civil and mili
tary. It means that he is discharging
the duties of a position above his rank
because ' of the absence of the proper
ofScer To call Johnson the President
is te say that lie was elected to that of
fice." To call him the Acting President
is to say that he was not elected to tbe
office by the people, but is acting in
that capacity, on account of the death
of. the President, until an election can
I e JielJ. Cow Gat. .'
"-Th"' Gazette is quite mistaken. An of
ficer iS sa.13 to he acting, when hetempor-.
arily JGIls a place jl.uring the absence ol
an officer, or during a vacancy, until the
place be filled. In regard to the Presi
dent, the question is settled bythe Con
stitution which says that in case of the
removal of the President from office, or
of his death or resignation, or inability
to discharge the powers and duties of
aid office, the tame fhall devolve on the,
Vice President. So that Mr. Johnson
ws in f;tct elected to fill the office of
President, in case the President should
die.
When the office devolved on v ice Pres
ident Tylrr, Senator Poindcxtcr address-
cd him a letter, advUing him to take tbe
title of President, which he did. Per
sons opposed to Mr. Tyler Fpoke of him
for a time as the Acting President, but
this was abandoned : And at a later
time when the office, devolved on Mr.
Fillmore, do other title was ever given
him than that of Presir.'ect. Oa the
6Core of law and usage the Gazette is
wioog; on the score of showing dislike
of the President, it is right.
The majority of Keiffer over Niles in
this Senatorial District was 1593. The
majority of Smith for Secretary of State
last year was 2828; Democratic gain
1235. Owing to the personal abuse of
Mr. Niles by " certain lude Radicals of
tbe baser sort " he ran somewhat ahead
of his ticket but the gain on the State
ticket was nearly 1200. We carried
Madison this year and we shall carry
Champaign next
News of the Week.
THURSDAY.
There have been, in all, eighteen
deaths from cholera on the receiving ship
Potomac, lying at the Navy yard, in
Philadelphia. Four persons died yes
tarday morning. Tbe disease, it is be
lieved, bas received an effectual check.
In digging a well in Washinston
Township, Montgomery County, Ohio,
the other day, Mr. James Mehan found
well-preserved timber at the depth of
thirty-eight feet. The soil was hard
blue clay, and the wood cedar and white
walnut.
The municipal and judicial election
in Baltimore passed of very quietly
yesterday. The entire Democratic tick
et for Mayor, both branches of the City
Council and Judges was elected. The
vote for Mayor stood : Robert Banks,
Democrat, 18,369; Andrew W. Denni-
8 n, tfeoublican, 4,bcJl; lianks majori
ty, 14,558.
The explosion of the gasoline at the
central shaft of the Iloosac Tunnel, on
Florida Mountain, near Moont Adams,
Massachusetts, on Saturday afternoon,
was a frightful casualty. A pans of
thirteen workmen had just descended the
shaft, after a blast, to collect and load
up the debris, when the explosion, in
tne large Duiluinfr which is built over
and envelops the mouth of the fchaft,
took place, and in a few minutes the en
tire dtructure was enveloped in names,
and soon fell in. All communication
with the men below was at once cut off,
and they had to be left to their fjte. It
is supposed that most of them were in
stantly killed by the tuns of rock; drills,
timber, sc., which fell down the shaft,
and that those who escaped instant
death must have soon perished from suf
focation or been drowned in the accumu
lation of water. The shaft, is five hun
dred and eighty feet deep. Every effort
was make to secure them, and as soon as
the fire was extinguished, a man was
lowered down, but could find no trace of
bis unhappy comrades,
FRIDAY.
A tournament took place on the 17th
in Lolumbus, Missouri in which three
of the champions were called respective
ly Last Knight, the Other Knight, and
To-morrow Knicht.
There is a new magician in London,
named Bubini, one of whose tricks is
to cut off tbe head of a young lady and
carry it to the back ot the stage, where
he unveils it, and where, at his bidding,
it addresses to the audience moral and
didactic sentences.
The Cleveland Leader advises Ben.
Wade not to seek a nomination to suc
ceed General Garfield in the House. It
says : " If he attempts to contests nomi
nation with Garfield, he will miss bis
mark. The people of the Nineteenth
District appreciate the military service,
the distinguished ability, the command
ing influence and the legislative experi
ence of James A. Garfield too highly to
exchange him for B. F. Wade."
CURIOUS FACTS IN THE ELECTION RETURNS.
On the vote for Governor, at the late
election, in two counties there was a tie
vote Hardin and Van Wert. The eighty-six
remaining counties were equally
divided, forty-three giving majorities for
Thurman, and forty-three for Haves.
Judge Tburman carried the county cf
Highland by four votes, Gen. Hayes car
ried Washington by the same number.
Hayes carried Knox county by three
votes Thurman Madison by eigl,t;en.
With these exceptions, judge Thur
man carried his counties by majorities
ranging irom idz in otars and ZU3 in
Scioto, the lowest, to 2,655 in Franklin
and 2,366 in Monroe, the highest majori
ty he received in any two counties.
Gen. Hayes carried Paulding by 95
majority and Gallia by 99, Ashtabula by
2,684, Lorain by 2,388, the lowest and
largest majorities he received in the re
maining counties.
The twelve counties of the Western
Reserve give Hayes a majority of 19,
961, rather less than the proportionate
majority it used to give against Gen.
Jackson during his Administration.
Statesman.
A GENUINE Paddy, quitfl of age, living
some wiles out of town, came into a tele
graph office one day to sell some 'pra
ties,' and seeing the instruments, batlery,
&.C., wondered if that was the 'teligraft.'
After gazing steadily for some minutes,
he said he had always wanted to ask one
quegtion, &na . mat was: us tne wire
hollow on the inside or outside?"
OUR PYRAMID.
OHIO.
MAIN E.
MONTANA.
INDIANA.
MARYLAN D.
KENTUCKY.
CALIF O II N I A
C O N N E C T I C U
1 K N N S Y L V A X I
is
SPECIAL NOTICES.
n. mcxEirs visits.
Dr. Tucker may bs consulted at
Una Wearer Ilouse, Nov. I4ih, Jan
4th, Feb. 20th, April Uih. May 21st:
Sprimgfield Willis - House, Not.'; 15th,
Jan. fc-h, ieb. 21st, April lOih, May 21st.
Iioi Aoau. Dr. T icker has returned
from hUSuinmer tour East, and willeontinu
to vii-it the following places regularly as he
has done tor nearly ten years.
Dr. Tucker has had more experience and
better success in curing ALL CHRONIC and
obstinate diseases than any doctor- in tbe
We?t.
Ten years of successful business on one
circuit is, or onpht to be. sufficient to convince
all who need medicine and wish to be cured,
that they had best consult Dr. Tucker at once.
Change of Firm
AT THE
STE.OX TAXXERY!
IOOO Beef Hidea for which I will paj the
Heighest Market Price in Cash,
A loo. For Sale, Upper, Kips & Calf Skin.
S9 3m. JACOB JOITKSOH.
DISSOLTJTIOrT.
The partnership heretofore exfstine between J. O.
Wallace and Henry liareuhnch under the firm name
01 .1. u. v aiiace E t o., it this dar dissolved.
The book and accounts of the Inn will be settled
Ot J. u. Wallace.
Persons Irnowine themwlrcs to be indebted to the
late firm will please give the matter their immediate
attention ana nuutc settlement at ance.
URBiNA, O., October f9, 1S67.
J. O. WALLACE J. II. BROWJf, successors to
inenrm or J. Ii. WALLACE & CO., will carry on
me ouineae unaertne nrrn nameot w ALL At K CO.
Ther are determined to keep a lanre stock of Boots A
Shoes, Leather. Ac., and to sell at greatly reduced
prices, jor vasl amy.
38 -w.
MUSIC !
Mr. A Mre. Candy take this method of thanking
infir pat nine mr in ir support, ana luiurm iDem tuuy
wiii cuutioue giveng I us tractions in
Piano, Guitar and Vocal Music.
Music and Instruction Books at Cincinnati Price!1.
per quarter of Twentr-Six lessons $li,50, payable
aiway at the end of the term.
No allowance made to pupils when they neglect
lueir leesone except in ca?e Ol sicaness.
except i
Crbana, Oct. 15,1867.
J. CANDY.
500 IDOIJRS
Is offered by tha
"Eagle White Lead Co.,"
for the detection of any
ADULTERATION OR IMPURITY
whatever in their Pure Eagle White Lead. They also
pnarantce its having a finer textnrc and more cover
ing capacity than any other White Lead offered.
KATJFFMA1T &: KELSON,
Agents for Eagle White Lead Co.
2SS-3m.
TTpuekeye Jlusiness and
-'Commercial College
SANDUSKY, OHIO.
BBWD FOX. CinCUTjAR.
Address S. P. HARE, President, Sandusky, O.
TBI
FIRST PREMIUM
Of m. Silver Medal
WAS AWABDKD TO
BARRETTS HAIR RESTORATIVE
"T By the N. H. Stati Ajriculm! Sorirtv, at
IU Fair, holdeu la .Viiu, bept. JU, twill.
BARRETT'S
Vegetable Hair RestoratlTe
Bottom Gry TTair to !ta Nntuiml Color t pro
mot the (rrowth of the Hair i change- the
root to their orieinal organic action ; eradi--4
wlfi IHndruff and flumori; prerenti
, Jiair falling out i n a upenor Drvwtne.
ltcontatna no injurious inerrairnu,
ana im uie moil popular inu rcu a
able article throughout the
Eaat, Wwt, North, and W
HI. "
J. R.
BARRETT & CO., Proprietor.
MANCHESTER, N. II.
FISLKR CtlANCE, Wholesale and Retail
Agents lor Urbana.
8QI-DBYALL DRUGGISTS
SETTLE VP!
TITE note and accounts due the nndcrsitmed. can b
1 found at Jacob Altlabauch & Co. 'e Store No.
Pnhlic Stinare. Payment may be made to M. Gal
irheror Madison C Powell
Thefe note and account mntt now be settled, and
thoe who neplect to call and make antisfnerory ar
rangements on or before thelstor.iniy. wiilnnd them
tn tne nanas orproper omcers lor collection
71-tr.
J. AULABAUGn.
IR. CONE'S APPOINTMENTS.
DR. CONE'has visited Urbana about eicli
years, and treats and cures all variel v o( dis
eases, and may be consulted at Ins ollices
at the following times and places:
in uroana, at me axennnsjt; it.itei. on
Wednesdays, Nov. 13; Dec. 18; Jan. 22
Feb. 26; April 1; May 6.
in tprinfrtieij, at tne vvillis Hdusp, on
Thursdays, Oct. 10; Nov. 14; Dec. 19; Jan
23; tub. 21: April 2; May 7.
In London, at the Phifer H.m.e, on Fri
days, Oct. 11; Nov. 15; Dec. 20; Jan. 24;
Feb. 28 ; April 3 ; ilav 8.
Dr. Cone has now practiced, at the above
oflfices, nearly nine years, and if he have life
and health, .he will Gil the above seven ap
nointtnents; but after that time he will not
practice at any of the above offices for some
mnntbs, and he may discontinue his visits en
tirely.
Dr. Co:tE cures all forms of Chronic Diseas
es, as Dyspepsia in all its various varieties;
all diseases of the Lungs and Air Passages, as
Carvneitis, and Consumption; all diseases ol
the Kidney, Liver, Pancreas, and the Glands
generally; all diseases ot the Heart, ilood
and Blood Vessels; all diseases of the Brain
and Nerves, as Epilepsy, Chorea, or St. Vitus
Dance. Neuralgia, Palsy, and general nervous
innutrition; all diseases ot lemales, enlarged
tonsils, and all forms of Scrofula, as also nil
diseases of the Eye and Ear; and all other
Chronic Diseases. No charge for consulta
tion, but cash for medicines. Be sure not to
delay your application too long. n238-tf.
NOTICE 1
To All Whom It TtXay Concern.
This Is to notifv all who arc indebted to me that I
wish IMMEDIATE SE TTLEM KNT : If their ac
count and notcc are not settled within SO days from
this date the anine will be left for. collection. Those
Who w'iint to save costs will call at Joseph Fisher's
store, wnerei may oc tonnu aunnc the next xo-dnyg.
ALE.
OTICE TO TIIB - PUBLIC WHERE TO BUY
ALE FOR FAMILY USE.
E. VANDERBTJRG,
Cor. Jtttsscll and Court-Sts..
(IRBANA, O.,
now prepared to supply families, parties, and Ota
era with tbe
Celebrated Wheeling Ale,
PALE. ICINNETT & STOCK
bottles, from the brewery of Reiley. Bnrnes, A
Hohlis. It will he found lite bet hriiud In the' mtir
ket. Call and trv It. K. V AMlIilCbl'HU.
Urbaiia, .May Tl, l.S7. 2ii7-tf.
BUSINESS CARDS.
L. H. MAGREW,
JNO. EICHH0LT7,
IJERPJLi MAGKEW,
S. B. PAYXE,
EICHHOLTZ, MAGREWS & PAYNE
, PRODUCE MERCHANTS,
Will rry CAS1 for all kinds of C-rai, Seeda, Ac,
i. DEUEL. A. C. DEUEL.
DEUEL & DEUEL,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office, OppcnrilB Presbyterian Church,
TTRBAWA. OHIO.
S-3m.
JlIU TATLOR.
J OH If 8. LZSDOW.
TAYLOR & LEEDOM,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW,
Office, one Door West of Post Office,
TTRBAITA, OKIO.
nJ04-tf.
Dr. HAMILTON RING,
HOT.TECEFHATIC PHYSICIAN.
Has returned to TJrhana. And wiir frtirnf at
hi residence on South Main-Street, opposite
X.- XI. LONG,
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
XTASAITA, OHIO.
Will practice in Champaign and adjoining conntli-c.
Will gi re attention to the collection of claims and
and accounts, and especially to the collection of Sol
diers' Pay, Bonnt; and Pension Money.
Will do a Notary bUBiuesa.
Orncx. On second floor of Kanffman A Nelaon'f
Bniidiuj, Public Square.
Apr. 36, lS65.-ly
J. H. AYERS, M.D.,
RESIDENT PHYSICIAN,
UHBANA, O.
OfJIe i Cairt-strctt, opposite th Prtibjltriai
morcii.
Tendcrshisnrofesslonal.Arvlrp. t tKoiti,n,n
Urhanaand vicinity. lw-y
YOUING & CHANCE,
ATTORNEYS AT LAW.
URBANAr OHIO.
Practicein Champalimandadjolnineeonntleeand In
the Supreme and Federal Court! of Ohio.
ixov. -a, i;tb4.-ni3o
JAMES TAYLOR,
HlZXiITAS.7 CXiAXXlX AOEIIT,
AND
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Office: One Door West of tha Poat OfS
TTB.B A TV A, O.
Tlavinp had conBiderableeTneriences1neei),et,.
Sinning of the present war, in the pay department for
the army, and being familiar with that himinesa.offers
his services to discharged, wonrded. and therelatiyei
of deceased sold iers, for obtai ning thei r
MacK Pay, Bonuty money and Penalna
Xo Chargtt SIndc unlet) the Claim it Allowed an
'airf.andthenonlyareaaonablefee. jangln43
OBBjAas....niNBiT.mta...joiiHjAaj
JAMES, NI1ES, & JiJIES,
IlfflllTSfitiffllilSHUf
URBANA. O.
OmcEinTJrbanalnsnranceComparjBnllding
CLOTHING.
Onward! Onward!
ZDOZNT'T STOPI
TUL TOI COSE TO THAT P2PUIAR
Old EstaMislied
CLOTHING HOUSE
JOSEPH FISHER,
Who isstin at his post, at the bend ot tbe h.iineand
-ta cuing Moil", learm'.'a'l comjistitors f.rltfck
the rear. He hus just receive! a
SPLEXDID STUCX OF
FALL AND WINTER
CLOTHING
FOR MEN'S.
YOUTH'S AND
BOY'S WEAR,
Which were hon?ht. nt nch extrwnelv low fiinarn f,,r
uuu uiw no win ue euauie. w Kit lansm
15 TO 25 PER CENT. CHEAPER
Thfln any other honw fn town. "We are detencincf.
to give oar Danierou cuetomsrv aueh indncemeuts in
and quality of Goods, that will cnttae 11 other e-
ubliHumculB to be left in the ihde.
CLOTHING
GENTS'
FURr.ISHiriC GOODS,
HATS AND CAPS
Trunks, Valises, &c.
Clieap for Cash !
Don't forget the place, 4 doors West of I'nMir Squire.
At No. 7 Miami Strwt.
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LEGAL.
John H. Clark, Guardian of
Lemuel V. Clark,
TS
--ma Ward, t
Champafen County
rrouate Court.
Tn obedience to the order of the Conrt in tWs case I
wili ouer at Public Sale at the door of the Crrt ilooae
in Urbana, Champai'n County, Ohio,
Oh Saturday, 23d, at 1 o'cl tk p m.,
I ' - -
the folio wine 6e i ribed Real H; ate, it ve In frr
Coo my oCfcuuiu.Aiini and Mate at Obioi, The mmli-
Tided fifth part of the following; premire to-wft :
The West haltof lh Swnth-eat Quarter of Sec.1S,
T. 3, R. 13, of the land selected foi the extension of
the Miami Canai, containing ?J and 43 o n e-hand red tlu
acre.
Also. thefnnowinFdw-ribed trart In ume Connty
and State. aoron off the East side of Kat half ot
the Skrorh-west qwmrrf Hec. T, T. & R. i wirjct to
tne iowtr estate of Mary flue, widow 01 Jacoo rine,
deceased, in this last named trart. beginning at tbe
Soath-enrt Corner of aaid quarter, thence west 80
pole: ttnece North 10H and 6 one-hnndredths poles:
thence East 40 pole and link: thence North 64
and 34 one-hnnlredths poles to the centre of the road:
thence East 40 and 20 one-hundred ths polea: thence
South 160 poles to the beginning and being" all the In
Mid quarter formerly owned by Wm. R. Idle and br
him conveyed to Lewis Clare on the 16th dny of March
1864, subject also, to all taxes now assessed on the
land. Terms, Cash in hand.
JOHN H. CLARK, Onanist, of
By TaTLOR A Lbcdoh, LEMUEL V. CLAKK.
Attorneys for Guardian.
SSS-Bw.
Xt-eg-al notice.
To Mary Enoch, (widow of Henry Enoch late of
Champaign County. Ohio, dec rt. Mary Sowers, (form
erlv Wary KnorhK William Enoch. John Enoch, Hen
ry Enoch, Margaret Weaver and Elijah Weaver, her
husbands who reside In the 8tnte of Ohio. David
Enoch, Elija Eaoch and Hester Enoch, who reside in
the State of Illinois, the heirs at law and legal repre
sentatives or sntd Henry Enoch, late ot Champaien
County Ohio, dee'd. Yon are hereby notified that on
the lfith day of October, A. D., the undersigned
tiled his Petition in the Court of Common Pleas, of
Ch-nmpain County, Ohio, the object and prayer of
which is to ohtain a jadtnnent araint you, as the
heirs at law and legal representatives of Hnry Enoch,
dee'd. for the snm of Nine hundred and Fifty Dollars,
and Interest thereon from 18th, of Aue. l6ti, and also
for the sale of the following mortentred premises, to
wit: Lot No. 130, in Snnpp'a addition to the Village
of St. Paris. Champaign Countv, Ohio, as the same U
shown and designated on the liecordd Plat of said
Village, Said defendants are reqnired to answer or
demur to feaid Petition on or before the 7th. day of
November, A.D., 1857, or they will be adjudged in de
fault and judgment rendered accordingly.
THOMAS LAWSO:.
Bv Yorwo a Cntsrs. hie Att'ys.
Oct. 16th, lt67. 28?-6w.
Sale of Heal
Estate
Court.
by Order of
Eli;-hfl Dirk. fJinrtli.m of
Jacviitha L. Journell, iChainp;iign Prolate Court,
vs. f
Ills Ward. j Petition to f 1! lands.
On thelSth day of October. A.D. .s'.7. at 2 o'c'.ofk
In the afternoon, on the pn'::iis-i, .vi!J ) soid to Ihe
highest biddrr, said Jacviitha L. Jouruell s int'-ret
(being one-third thereof) in the foltowiu premie,
to-wit:
7 acres of land In the S. E. Corner of the X. w.
Quarter of Sectirn 17. Township . Kanre 1. Tying In
Adams Township, Champaign Coomy (appraised at
J70.'0.
Also. acres of land Ivin? fn the "N. W. Comer of
the N. E. Qr., oilectinn 33.Townihip 3. Range li, in
Johnson Township. Champaign Coauty, (appraised
at $l$i.0OV Said Jacyntha L. JoraeM's (nterest in
said premises is appraised and will be sold swbect to
the dower estate therein of Louisa J. Jonrneil.
Tkrmi or Sal One-third of ntirchase money in
hand on dav of sale, one-third in one and one-third in
two years from day of snle deferred payment to bear
Intercut aird be secured by Mortgage on the premises.
ept. lata, ibot. now. (.lipma un a.,
Guardian of Jacyntha L. JorneIl.
Leg-al ZJotice.
To EnnJer Ward, (formerly Eunice Graham.) and
Anttin Ward her hatband horetdeFin the State of
Indiana, Jacob I)obon and Sosan Dobeon, hie wife,
Newton Grah.-im. Jasper Gnhim, John Graham, and
Jane Mufiit, and Amon P. Moffir, her hnsband, who
resii e in Champaign ConntT, Ohio:
Yon are herebv notified, that on thclTthdav of Sep
tember, A.D. 1H7. the nndersicni d filed a- etition in
the Conrt of Commou Pltnof ChmpaieT ConntT. O.,
where tne winie ia now pending demanding partition
of the foHowinr premise", eitiuUe in (Tiampaiyn
Connty, StaTe of Ohio and in Salem Township, and
netne- part of the N. W. quarter of Sec 15, T. 5. R. 12,
M.K.S. Ixmnded and dewribed M follows, to-wit:
Bepinnine at a stone S. W. corner of a lot npon which
stance the HHpttct Meetine Houee; thence West
polea to a stone; thence S. 1 pole and 24 links to a
stone S. W. Corner of H. Parker b lot: thence E. with
ParkerV line 24 polea to a otone the East line of the
Quarter Section; thence S fi polea to a atone cor
ner to the Meeting llonw; thence W. with the line of
the Meeting Honae lot 24 polea to a stone ; thence 8.
to the place of beginninc? containine three (8) acree.
The underpinned demand that Partition he made of
said premiBe a? follows : To the undendcrned one
tenth part. To Ennice Wnrd, wife of Anntin Ward.
fonr-tenthr thereof. To Sa-an Dobson. wife of J a. oh
Dobson, Newton Grnhum. Jasper Graham John Gra
ham and Jane Moffit wife of Amos D. Mofflt. each one
tenth part thereof, nd to the aaid Enniee 'Vard, wife
of said Anstin Ward, dower in the whole.
At the next term of said Conrt an application will
be made by the undersigned, for an order that parti
tion mT be made, Ac, of said premises.
By YoVng a Chanc. HERMAN FISHER.
284-fiw. his attorneys.
G. H. Ward. Administrator of 1 Champaign County
tiias u. jjransieiter, aecesea i
ts. Probate Court
The Widow and heir. j
In obedience to the order of the Conrt In this case
will offer at Public Sale at the door of the Court
House, in said County,
On Saturday Nov. 23 1867, at 2 o'clock
p.m.. the followine described Real Estate, sitnate In
the Connty ot Cbatnnaitrn and State of Ohio, to-wit:
hetrlnninp at the North-west corner of the Soufh-eact
nnarter of Sec. 27, T. 4. K. 11, M.K.S.. thenee bouth
f0S fles to a stake: thence Eat 13 and 3H one-bnn-
dredth pies fo a stnke: thence North V poles to a
stake in the North line of the said quarter thence
v et nana .wone-nnnfirearns poles to tne oetrmninp,
containing six acres, free and clear of the dower es
tate of Mary Ana Bran4etter, widow of the said Elias
nransieitt r. nee a.
Tkbs. (ue-third down and the hallance fn two
equal annual payments with interest payable annu
ally to be secured by niortpmre on the premises.
G. H. WART). Administrator of
ELI AS n. BRANSTETTER, dec d.
By Tatxoh a Leedom,
Attorneys for Administrator.
Anton Wassnm, 1 Before N. Rhodes, J. P.
Erer Godskceen. j Urbana Tp., ChampaieB Co, O.
On the Sl.f. dar of October A. D. BT. said .Tnstire
isned an orHer of attachment in the above action for
the -nm ol f.VI.M. ANTON V ASS I'M.
Urbana, O., Oct. 2S. lSCi. 290 3w.
notice.
Prtrr Sccrr. whose residence is tttiVtiowti. ? r;oti-
fled that Anna e'-nr. d'd. on the v-tri tinv.if Jciv. isi":.
her jH'tition iti tie efilce 'T ;he Clerk of :he Ceil it
f'duirnon lie-is. w;ti:n :ind f-T ih- C"!:n: v i.f ' ''i:inv
puiu'ii, ami of i)un. eb.ir.'r. tl;-1 .-;i:-.l f'e'er
with extreme crt:i :ty t);'v;:r'l- her. flr.rl askitiL'
th:it she mnv he liivoreer fro:n t!ie s;iiii P'-ter Seerv.
whh-h p"riti,n will stni:.i for in-;iriiiLT ar fienex: terrn
-aid I oitrt. l):itetl tins S'.tth d.nv of oetnbe. A.D
ANNA bKEHV
I'.t Y. F. MoiGHOi E. her Aorucv.
8ri-Cw.
BOOTS & SHOES.
EV ROflKHTS.
C. SUtlFSTALl.
ROBERTS
DEALERS IN
CO.,
BOOTS AND SHOES,
No. 17 North Main-St.,
TTEJBArTA, OHIO.
We keep on hand a full assortment of everr varictr
Boots aud Shoes known to the trade, selected with
ntmost care for this market. We invite sDecial
uiuuun iw our
CUSTOM-MADE
A ShfXH, Kfs. Calf and Rmirsnp: alw. Tonth'a
B,.)"' BooU and Shoe mnntautly on tuutA. at the
iowesi mantel price, itnf AllU.U promptly and
DRUGS.
DR. I. F1SLER.
DR. S. CI1ANCK.
I
DRUGS, MEDICINES,
Taint, Oil, Dye-Stuffs,
mi ninm, mum. hies.
&c, tc. far .Vniii-u ft.
Drs. Fller A Thanee are both lfe-'n!r Phv.ielsn.
Hire thetr trwri.il tfrr:i,m A 'he 'tmxtntlirttt .
neiilB'
nW-t.
llllv
KWt'l.'t'i
It N
'
Al CAHI.I
ctniiix.il.hy itti'iiiriii;iutht L'NION.
ihii:1 t
and
1
ZK
GROCERIES.
SOMETHING NEW!
! ;
No.-il outh Main-Street,
Opposite City Hotel.
S.- ADAIR
GROCERIES.
I hare a new and choice lot of th beat
TEAS, ILifONDS
COFFEES, FILBERTS,
SUGARS, IUISIN3.
SYRCPS, DATES.
SODA, NUTMEGS,
SPICES, FIGS
STARCH. SHOT.
TOBACCO, CAPS,
BAKIXG POWDER. POWDER.
BACON, HAMS, DRIED BEEF, SALT
and in fact Ter7thing in tbe grocer? Una.
ALL :CIS IILITIHI3 THIS.
Cash Paid for Country Produce
CaU and examine for ronraelre and
LEARN PRICES.
. ADAIR, y0. H South MalD-Street.
Vrbajia, Olite.
24 6m.
CLOTHING.
Stop
and Look !
AT THE
BHANCII
OF THE
PHILADELPHIA
CLOTHING HOUSE
Tu & X. I)TATHAXS03r,
hara arrired from Philadalphla wltn the larrest
aortment of
READY-MADE CLOTHING
AND GENTS FURNISHING GOODS
Mannfactnrrd exnrelv for the western market at
their extensive Whoteale House In the city of Fhlla
delphia which enables them tu offer tha Beat
Stock of Olotliing-
20 PER CENT CHEAPER
THAN ANY OTHER EDUSL U C3I3
We also wish to remind the pnbllc that we snpertn
tend the makm of oar own Clothing and feel conn
dent that we nae the bet trimmiDfs that the market
can prodnce. All we wish is that yon wiij examine
oar stock before buying elsewhere, and
SEE FOR YOURSELF.
We bar for the accomodation of onr customers a
large assortment of
. - HATS - .
which we offer with onr entire stock of Clothlo 90
per cent cheaper than any other boose in Urbana"
Please remember the place:
DONALDSON'S NEW BUILDING,
OPPOSITE THE WEAVER HOUSE.
rrbana Clothing Hall.
8-3n- L I. ATH.V590!.
GltOCEItlJES.
QIIAXGK
OS-
FIRM. KNOW ALL
THAT
PKOPLB
SAM'L T. VHERRITT
Haa purchased the Grocprr A QateDwarr MUbllfh
stent of
gio. n. r-iooau,
At No. 15 Miami Street,
And will keep constantly on hand a
Family Groceries
frit;
NOTIONS
uie o:s t.?; qua;:
QUEENSVA.RE & GLSSSWRE
Froi host tiiantifaeto.-ies. It wiii be soid
At Very Low Prices.
The under
public pjtne
tonier; ;ilike.
iL'Tied re!,eetfi'llv solicit, a share rf ;hs
ie. Ili'WiilfKiMiertii t.T.it n!i c:i.
tn s e:it:-f. (.:! niaiim-r. ilml -
hiseoodat KaIK
iill ES l,.r all.
SAM'L T WTTRRDITT.
nl
WANTS.
FRESH BREAD,
Cakes. Paltry, &c.
Go to 80LLEK S CITT BAKERT.
F TOTJ WAST A DISH CT
PUHE RICH ICE CREAM
Go to
bollkr's crrr bakkrt.
P TOTJ WANT
SVVm'ZER, RYE BREAD,
other article, of Date diet, ."
Go to 8OLLKK 8 CITT BAKKRT.
TOP WAXT A 6LAS8 OT
rues rsxszx lAora iisa,
Go to SOLLSR S CTTT BAKERT.
TOC WANT
CCXTECTICNEFJES AHD STO2EAI5,
Oo t
r. tr.
SOLLER 8 OITV RJlEItY
ACT! Y wh ,
iii W mt "n b.
yor'- t
in Hie ' v
l wiii JUvrr",v0,rluin"itul'MON

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