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CINCINNATI, DAYTON EASTERN R.R.
Ckaagt qf tinu. Autput 25A, lsG. NTo change of Car between Urban and Cin cinnati. Bnt one change of Cat between Urbiua and BofWo. " Time ai quick and fare aa low as by any other route. . On an3 after grin iy A uerust 25 Hi, 1867and nn tll further notice Two Daily Trains wiil paM Ur bana (Sundays excepted) a follow: r- - iomriiB BomrD. - 8.15 a.m., and 1,29 p.m., eonnecta at Sprinrfleld with L. M. B.R.; at Dayton forthe West, arriving at Cincinnati iOXJ a.m , and 5.55 p.m. . KOETHWABD BOCBD. 10,45 a.m., and 10,55 p.m., connecting Eat and West BslletHt, Forest, and Clyde and at Sandns'ty wiio boats for Kelley' bland, Pat In Bar, Detroit and the upper Lake. fsenper tearing; Cincinnati via C. H. & D. R.R.. at 11.10 a.m.. and 6,15 p.m.arrive at Urban at 10.45 .., and 10,5o put., withont charge of Car. Paucnger by this Ronte arrire in Cincinnati 1b advance of any other line. New and Commodion Sleeping Car on Nieht Train J. C. WILUA343, Sup't. J. V. PINDAR, Agent, Urban. COLUMBUS k INDIANAPOLIS CENT'L RY. CTr--? r:- -1 On and after Oct. 21t, 17, Train on thi' Railway will past Urban Station aa follow : eomo west. Xlght Eipre....;; .w. A m W esto-n Express M Day Kiprea 1,54, P OOIHQ EAST. D Express, 9-.nfi- A J PltUburff Express 5.00, P M Xibi Bxprea 12.02, A M JAS. H.BROWN, Agent.. ATLANTIC & GREAT WESTERN RY. 3 ii ?xl. - - . - - Chanpe of time on the A. fi. W. R: K., takiug effect on August the 3bth, 1807. WESTWARD BOCKD. No. 1 D.y Evpres " 3 Niir'.it Express . 5 Acconiinnd'ition " 11 Wuy Kri'irht FaSTWAHU COI'ND. No. 2 Day Exit.;. " 4 Nin'.-t Kis ' fi A''co!nm(i;t1iv)ii . " 12 Wav Fr. it'lit 2.23. P. M. 4'.j'.!. 1 .. P. -M. 9.25. A. M. IMS. P. M. !.4". A M. ll.-i.S. A. M. Train No. 1 litave's Crkuma at i.W. P. M. mid reaches Cincinnati 1 liour ahead i'f any oilier lino. Two throus'i truinf between Urban, Cincin nati and New York without cuanire of cars. J AS. D. HL'RD, Arent. : ' i i- URB 'VNA TJ N" I O . OITT AWD COUNTY. WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCT. 00, 18G7 ' DENTISTRY. Nots the stress we unwittingly lay on its least important bearings. In oratory and con versation, how much we admire the native, full tone, and unbroken articulation 1 In our every-day observation of physiognomy, who l not affected by it 7 The mouth, is it not the most expressive feature ol the counte nance? The lips Irom which ibe famous Lavater inferred the disposition of his charac ters, what a part they play in social inter curse, singing, iaa hinjf, friendly greetings, the pleasures of caressing. ever moving, part ing, to display beautv or deformity, to impart fragrance or fetor. Surely such considerations alone arouse the nl!ivated or thoughtful; who, then, ia to remain insensible to the im portant elaim of dentistry on behalf of hap piness, health, and life itself Dills, Converse, & Scott, Dentists, over Citizens National Bank; Urban. Pay Up. We have a large amount due us on our books, whih we need at the present time. If not paid in soon, we shall he compelled to collect by law, as we do not propose to wait on some folks much longer. Lutheran College There will be a meeting of the friend J of the movem't at the Court Hnuse npxt Tuesday even ing, Nov. 5th. Let there he a full turn out. A'-tion! Action! Thk Kl.lPPART Address We neg lected to call ntteutiun to the Address of Mr. KI ppurt, printed on last week's fir.t pare The 'i(!res was fnrmhed us in type by Mesr S'Xt"ii ti Brand. Ncar'v uii Urha'ia wimi! : S , r i ti lt e 1 1 last Sunday to witness the ceremonies in laying the corner-stone of the German Lutheran Church, which were very itn posing .nd iti:r ro.sive. The Urbana del egation was much the largest t Sons of Hiiieniia uu.l.T charge MeCarthv, the fine! looking poe-eiy. and I'oit-i's Hand icn 'e o l the m papii vh tint; tiiusic. Tue .S'-ii "f llii'ernia have an elctrant retralia and a heautilul banner. Success to their organization. Will 3 war. Lawrex.-e Uksicjn? This Coni;r'si.inal District at the elec tion on the St h inst., jiave a majority fur the Democratic party, and against Judge Lawrence and his party. The people in (heir sovereign capacity at the polls, have rebuked the Judge and his negro policy, ss well as his threats to impeach Presi ded Johnson. The people have im peached the impeacher. Will Judge Lawrence resign now that he knows the people wish him to? Tbe Republican Journals throughout the District in 1863, asked Mr. McKin ney to resign becsuse in that year the people voted against his party in this District. To be consistent they will re- qnest Judge Lawrence to do the same. Will they do il?Pigun Dem. One of the first things that should be disposed of by the next General Assem b'y is the United States Senatorship. .Everybody that has talked with us on the subject, hereabouts, expresses a pref erence for Judge Thurman. He is our choice, too not that be, or any man, is entitled to the place, but because he is eminently qualified to 11 it with credit and usefulness. He is a lawyer, a legis lator and a statesman. Of all the men we know, he has the most strong points of character and the fewest weaknesses. His nomination should be made unani mous, as it doubtless wiil be. Marietta limes. A FiairRE slipped in our notice ye.iter-la- . of the .iffi'-iil vote of Ohio. Leav- i h vvt-n'j ! ree ' (li-neral Ruth- i i .rk C'l'intv. the iui : 'I. yes 2 910. That 'he must decide u els. Cin. Cum. j I ere; of Pres't ; e ; ; i : I a in to DENTISTRY. Fine-Cut. ITow tappy are they who the printer do pay. Pay Tip and get nappy. Fbid Docglass will lecture in Spring field on the 13th November. Torso Axeeicas, regular meeting next Monday evening, Not. 4th. Come. ,THi next term of Common Pleas Court commences oa Monday, 11th No vember. We are prepared to do job printing in colon on short notice. Call and see specimens. Can anything he dear and cheap at the same time? Yes, Go to Roofs and see bi cheap deer. Wl will be pleased to receiVe calls from all delinquent patrons during the next two weeks. Pay up Mike McCoole, the noted bruiser, passed through Urbana list Monday morning on the Atlantic road. Lawrence county will get the conn ty banner for largest Democratic gain. The township is not yet determined Tni Transcript-Advertiser nine beat the Republic Office nine badly in a game of ball last Saturday Score standing 53 to 14. Do the business men of Urbana wish to pot money in their pockets? Let them subscribe towards the Lutheran Seminary The earning? of the C. D. & E. R.R., List year were $71,223.40 and expenses 30 000.00. leaving $32,223,40 net, nh:Uht 9.35ij.ll, last year. in. ,, , IT , 1 ,1 1 T, i HE Weil known UrDatJa landlord, u W. Sowlfs, ha become a merchant in ,vtm niL'tiel't. Uur lneii'j "boo Wilier wbiU him. Success, gentlemen Shillito's great who'esale and retail dry goods establishment, Cincinnati, has 340 plerks. Urbana is represented by "lia9' A' 3' olly Dvies and Henry ciiueroae. PPT. Yi. F. ClTMVINOS. of SnrinP- . t 0 field, recently died at Mobile, Ala., of vellow fever. He was at the time of his death, Captain in the 15th U. S. Iofnfry. In the war, he commanded Co., F, 44th Ohio. They have a new telegraph line through Springfield, Dayton, AVc. Owing to the competition, a despatch of 10 words to Cincinnati, that used to cost 55 cents, is now transmitted for 20 cents. Wouldn't hurt to have that new line here. Porter's Band have a new room, third story of the Gothic, lately occupi ed by the Rescues. The band made fine music at Springfield ; but everybody re gretted that Billy Shyrish wasn't along to tap the kettle drum. As a drummist excels. (COMMUNICATED.) Mr. Editor: I have a little conun drum for you: If it is against the law to bet on elections, how much better is it to print indecent advertisements of remedies for unnameable diseases acd of corrupt bonks, pictures, &,c ? Echo answers "not much." There is about two thousand dollars worth of law asainst the latter! And while ' law-abiding people" are taking a " view of the matter," suppose they bear in mind that there are as many betting men in one party as in the other, and that W. A. Brand and several othet legal gen'lemen of the Republican stamp have so far "forgot their position" in the last two years ''as to venture a bet on the elections"' and receive "money or goods without rendering an equivalent for the same." "It is high time the subject should receive proper attention" in Ur bani iiliiss houses before people throw stoucs. N. b. Going to Leave Us Our two cor- pulent fellow--ci'tzo'i-, 31ajor .Nelson Downing and Jacob IVetrey, are about to leave us to t:ike charge of the Weaver ourjU'iusc, the principal ho'el at Urbana. Giro While c rcgri-tthe los of sii' h ever " ii er.erge'!e c ttzcnf ir'tn nur 'own wi- o- i-r -u'a'e the citizens .if i ana upon in. t gmrt fortune in ge tiu such valuable a.-.-es-ions t- their beautiful village. Maj r Downing, as a landlord, lias an excellent reputation. land needs no puffing from us; he has been tried and found not wanting. As for J .coh Peetrey, he is undoubt edly one of the het business men in the Note. As Auditor of Madison county Secretary of our Agricultural Society and IM'liool uoaril. ne won gohlen opin ions trom our citizens, irrespective of party, hy the prompt, correct manner in which he dispatched business, and as a landlord we have no fears but that he will be eminently successful. With a big heart and a genial temperament, he will make the guests of the house feel perfectly contented and happy. The new firm take possession of the "Weaver" next week. We have a standing invitation, to come to Urbana and spend a few weeks with oar friends which we will accept when we get our old clothes cleaned up, and can effect the loan of an umbrella and carpet bag. Johnny Houx, of the Union, will please have a dray at tbe depot. London Dem . To tiie PcBLic.-Hook, of the Spring field Advertiser, felt so bd over the elec tion that be went and begged some mean whiskey of a one-eyed negro who keeps back alley saloon there and advertii.es the Advertiser, and the consequence was that he soon had an ugly dream about Democrats getting iiyk 'over the returns' and enjoying themselves in a loyal way. Ashe, like Andy Johnson, has uttered many "incoherent" remarks during his "inauguration," we thought best to no tify Demncaats of his condition, as he is not accountable fur what he says. Come in and pay the printer. He is needing stamps just now, and you ought pay him. We mean you. Ti.e melancholy days har corns. TO THE VICTIMS OF RADICALISM. BY THOMAS HUBBARD. Work! Work! Work! With pick, Kb.iTel and ax! To par Nw England's Protection. With your wa and lie Bondholder's tax ! Work f Work ! Work ! There are millions of nccrroas to feed. Aad tba e( is bitched on wit the bocdh older' i eiaim. And the sam of New England's greed. Tofl ! Ton ! Sweat ! Rill harder each day than Beore. It will (To to keep niffzere nnd bondholders P, And the wolf awsy from your door. Work ! Work Work f From dawn to the dnsk of dir. For our hopes are ernehed with a weight of debt That toil of J oar Ills wont pay I Ton gare jonr sob to the war I The rich man loaned his gold ! And the rich man's son is hippjr to day. And joar's is ander the mold 1 Tov did set think, poor man Yoa eaa scarce believe when vonre told. That the son which the rich man loaned to the war Was the price for which yon were sold 1 Tonr son was as good as his ! And as dear, perhaps, to 70a I Bnt yoor's died for Dts, sod roar daughter now tot his most wash and sew I Nit. do not panse to think. Or siffh for Tonr children or wife. For yonr moments are mortgaged to hopeless toll. Toe rest of your weary uie ! LOOK AT THE VOTE. We mean the vote for Judge Thur man, the Democratic candidate for Gov ernor. The table we publish this morn ing contains the official vote of all the counties. Judge Thorman's rote in the State is 250,622. This is not only 27, 018 more votes than were given to any Democratic candidate for any office in tbe Mate, but only one of the Governors elected in tbe State prior to the present election received a larger vote. Judge Tburman s vote is 80.0o4 larger than the Tote which elected S. P. Chase Gov ernor in 1857. It is 56,065 larger than the vote which elected Wm. Dennison Jr., Governor in 1859. It is 33,625 larger than the vote which elected David Tod Governor in lbbl. It is only 47, 752 less than the faaudulent vote which elected Brough Governor by 100,882 in 1863. It is 16 989 lamer than the vote which elected General Cox Governor in 1865 by a majority of 29,936, and it is 46,d0 larger than tbe vote which in 1862 elected the Democratic candidate for Secretary of State by 5,560 majority A most gratifying and encouraging in crease is this in the Democratic vote, es pecially is this so when the fact is tak en into consideration that the Repabli can vote is at least 12,697 less than it was last year, while the vote of both parties combined was oer 8,361 more than the vote combined of both parties given at any previous election in Ohio iNow, Democrats, is there not stimu lus enough in this grand vote a vote that has given us a majority in each branch of the Legislature, through which we shall elect a true and tried Democrat to reprc-cnt the interests of hite men in the United btates benate to cauie us all to adopt the determina tion to labor unceasingly for the com plete political redemption of Ohio and tbe Union? titutctman. EVEN THE WESTERN RESERVE GETTING TIRED OF THE NEGRO. The twelve counties of the Western Reserve gave a majority for the negro suffrage candidates, at the late election, of 19,901 against 24,838 one year aeo The Democratic vote of 22,501, in 1866, was increased to 27,410 at the late elec tion that of the Republicans, 47,334 in 186b, was reduced to 46,dil at the late election. Negro suffrage became an issuo in the late canvass, because the twelve counties of the Western Reserve demanded it. It was necessary, it was stated, to pre serve the Republican party from disrup tion that the Reserve demands must be acquiesced in. It was so in old Whig times it is so now. It got negro suff rage to vote on, but even in that hot bed of Abolitionism, the Republican vote fell off, while the Democratic vote in creased. In. Ashtabula, where the in creased vote for the negro suffrace ticket was but 57, that of the Democracy in creased from 936 to 1,377. These facts are stated to show that even Radicalism is becoming tired of the negro that, although the colored troops fought bravelv, yet the Republican troops are getting tired of fighting for the negro statesman. Two men recently died suddenly at Canadian tavern, alter drinking a cup of coffee, lhe landlady called the police, wh' suspected her of poisoning the men. Sue protested she had not, and to prove the harmlcssness of the cotfee, drank cup h rself, when she fell down dead. Au examination of the coffee-pot show ed that a hunch of matches had been boiling with the coffee. Mr. Weed, who appears to know a good deal about Mrs. Lincoln, says : 'It may not be inappropriate to say that Mrs. Lincoln received 10,000 trom one, and So, 000 from another contributor in this city, before Mr. Lincoln's death, and probably without his knowledge. WEST LIBERTY STOCK SALE. WEST LIBERTY STOCK SALE. REPORTED BY D. M. DONALD. The following is a partial list of principal Snles made at the Eichth Monthly Stock Sale held at West Liberty O., Friday October S5, 1867: Geo. McCollnch to John J arret t, Six head yearling Steers, at $19.35 per head. Sarsnel Pr rter to John Green, one Cow, $28.00. Ksmael Hard to John Jarrett, Six yearlings, at $ 53 per head. J. Swisher to J. Haines Linrllle, Nine two-year old Steera, at. $30.00 per head. J. S nher to Wm. Crow, One Cow, $31.50. Webb Thomis to J. C. Smith, Serenleen head two jenr olds, at $43.00 per head. Taylor A Davis to Harvev Ilill.TwcntT-ciRht head two-year olds' (wcieht 1000 lbs) $4fi.00 per head. Taylor A Davis to J. Haines Liuvillc, Fourteen head two-year olds, at $37 00 per head. Taylor A Davis to Samnel Taylor, One Yoke Oxen, Harrer mil to Wm. Hcffner, Ten yearlings, at $19. 15 per head. John P. Yoder to Isaac Bull. Two Mnlos, $150.00. Harvey Hill to Ell Yoder, Ten yearling Steers, at $20.00 per head. . D Cocover to 3. W. Johnon, One Horse, $100.00. Ssmnl C. Blsck to D.W. Harris, Twonty-six Steers, (good), $1315.00. Warren AGaumerto J. M. Cook, One Carryall, 5A few more Sales made at anction of which I have no account, and some small lots of Stock were offered that were not sold. Next Sale will be held ou Friday November 29, loot. Here is the only truth that Ben. Wade ever told. He said at Woostcr a few days after the election: " The d d ni"ers and the G d d d bonds have .no , , , ., . given Uhio to tne coppcrneaas tms year." The Alton Uemocrat says: " An in teresting domestic scene occurred yes terday, in tho shape of a man chasing his wile through the streets, and pelting her with stones a favor which the lady reciprocated." FROM CAPT. MILLER. " Speak of me a I am. Nothing extenuate nor set down aught in malice." BELLSPONTAINE, Ohio, October 26, 1867. Dear Sir: A gentleman handed me an Crbana pa per of this week, in which I find an editorial article fa regard to the Clark County Murder and tie arrest of the Murderer, and among other things it says, "that no one of ordinary sense would for moment question the right of Mr. E. R. Northcutt to the money, and it la quite surprising that Capt, Miller of Bellefon tainc. after positively refusing to assist Mr. Northcutt in making the arrest, should step forward and claim the reward." 1 ten the writer Vtat U not tnn; Mr. XortkeiUt UKf duired mt to u-UtMim in maHf or arrttL rf lehert, or at my ttau. Mr. Abner Riddle and Mr. Wm. Milnar of Bellefontaine, respectable gentlemen. Informed me, and they will say it at any time, they insisted upon Northcutt, when at the Bar ber Shop, if he waa satisfied they were tbe men to ar rest them, and they would assist him, but h refused, stating it must ba by an officer ; he wanted an officer to do the work, and he could find none in town. The funny little story about " Betsey and the bear" will not apply to me, tht boot U m the othtrUg. I made the arrest and can prove it by several witnesses and his friend Northcutt was not near my Bouse when the arrest was made, and well does Northcutt know it There waa no " Sneaking, nor pretended ferocious conduct," on my part in the whole matter, and if oth ers had been as prompt aa I was, both murderers would have been secured. Yet for doing my whole duty, I must be invidiously commented upon, aad bur lesqued with Betty and (As bear Story, bcuse I claim what is justly due me. When the time arrives for paying over the reward, an investigation will be had, and he who ia justly en titled to the money will surely get it. He says, ' that the question as to who is entitled to the reward Is being agitated quite fiercely," No won der that some are ' fiercely agitated," who are aqualn ted with the facts, when they hear that B. R. North cutt claims the reward of $5,000 for the arrest of the murderer of Mr. He! tiler, when it is not true, and can Be clearly proven to the entire satisfaction of the pub- j lie. "Nufeed." Very Respectfully, Your Obedient 8ervant, JOHN B. MILLER. Sorndriip.q fteto ber(j dM. Hon Mas. Remember that Rock, Colwell ft Ellis keep on hand the best makes of home-made Cas simeres, Sstlnetts, Flannels, Ac, such as Henry Fox Co.'s, Ephrsim Stuart's, and others. These good have great sale throughout the country. Wi know that the Happersetta sell Groceries cheap because we have bought there. Call and see their goods. No. 17 Public Square. To thk Public My Grandson Charle Howell, left home to attend School on Monday of this week He has not returned home since, and we do not know where he is. Any information concerning him we would gladly receive. ALEX M. COWAN. Ubbaba, Oct. 33, 1SC7. For Rxxt. Rooms over Bennett's Jewelry Store, No. North Main -st. For 3.ent. Tbe premises now occupied by T. 8. McFarlaad of concord i ownttnip. Apply to J. it. atcrAKi.A.-ip, Agent. J77-tf Isdioo, for sale by KAOTMAN NELSON. " Her hair. In ringlets, rather dark than fair. Does down her ivory bosom roll. And hiding half adorns the whole." Even the music lends her graceful lines to describe the beautiful tresses which the use of "Barrett's Hal; Restorative" occasions. I A sure that no one will use that popular artlcl known as Coe's Cough Balaam but once before they will be convinced that it excels all the remedies ever discovered for Cronp, Coughs, Colds, Soreness of the Throat and Lungs. Eeep it In the house it may aavs your life. Always sure to cure Dyspepsia. It removes the canse, therefore removes the disease. Its effects are instantaneous don't take 15 minutes. Its results are permanent and lasting. Coe's Dyspepsia Cure should have a home in every household. JOHN B. MILLER. Married: "It la mat a-oed that tke shoal Ve alsae" Genisis, Chap. II, Ytnt 18. RrSSELL CRAMER. In Urbana. Thursday. Oct. ?4ttt by Rev. John Woods, John M. Russell to Miss r rank Cramer. McD ANNOLD WRIOIIT. Bv the same.on Thurs day eveninff at the First Presbvtenan Church. R. A McDai.nold, ofCovineton, kv., to Solhe T. Wrizht. uaugnieroi iion. r. m. rignt. SNYDER CHANCE. At the Baptist Parsonsee. In Sprinefii'ld, Oct. 26th, ISA", by Rev. J. R. Baumus. David Snvrier and Ilowena Chance, eldeitt dsnphter nf i nomas inance, .esq. Our friend Snyder did right. When a man has a good Chance to get married (to) he ought to become a benedict at once. " Yes, love indeed. Is light from Heaven ; A spark of that immonnl fire. With angels shared, by Allah given. To lift from earth our low desire." WT?IGHT TAYLOR. At the First Presbvterisn Church in Wheeling, Va., on Tuesday, October 8th, bv Kev. D. W. Kisher, Maj. M. B.t;. Wright, or Ur bana. Ohio, and Miss Sue E. Taylor, daughter of Geo, K. Taylor, Jssq. Made Benedict Certain Wright. EVANS MILLER. Oct. fWh, 18S7. at the Second M. E. Chnrch Parsonsge in I rbana. by Rev. L. F VanCleve. Mr. John M. Evans to Miss Syntbelia M Miller, both of Urbana, Ohio. ZIMERM AN-DUPLER. At the Parson see of the Second M. E. Church, on tbe 23d. inst. by Kev. L. F VanCleve, Dr. John Zimmerman to Mrs. Sarah Du ller, danghter of Dr. J. Leonard, all of Champaign ;ounty. JOHN B. MILLER. Married: Died: VAN BRUNT. Monday eveninr. October S8th. at the residence of Mr. J. I. Banta, after an Illness of six weeks, Mr. Joseph Van Brant, aged 87 years. CARErULLY CORRECTED EVERT WEEK BY S. L. JP. STOXE, GROCER AND PROVISION DEALER, X7ItUAVA, O. URBAN A RETAIL MARKETS. Barley 1 00! S5;Hams S0-RSS Date osiaiaes iso.au Corn shelled 1 tJ Shoulders 14 ear 7o:Lra lOOlPi Rve 100, Hay I00ai6 00 Wheat fwhite) Sugar(refined) UW8.fi " (brown).... lx18 Molasses (Orleans) ... 1 40 " (Surgam) 80 " (Syrup) 1 40 (real .5U Wool SO&Uj Peaches (dried) 15 Apples (dried) 6 Beans Rio Coffee S0&35 Onions 1 501 Java " 45 Bntter 83&i5;Imperial Tea....l Mas 40 Brooms. . .... SOOQOOiY. ii. Tea 002 40 Beeswax... Cheese 25' Salt S75 . 1520 Bran 80 18 Shorts 85 Eftgs Hi uur 0nDerflne) 12 00! Middlings, per 100... 175 (extra family).. IS 50 Beef . eiJio risn (macaerei;. 15 Tsllow SiaiO (lute; . 81S Potatoes 125 CINCINNATI MARKETS. a ner Ton.t Ber 8) Bran A Shorts.. . $27'.; Beeswax 81 . snB,i; Butter 30&: hip Stuff. Middlings . sawm-cneese 14)6 per doz.iCoffee Rio 23(28 502M 50! " Java 84: Brooms.. Eggs.... , vO'-istiuanaies Tai UH9)t perbhl.l " 8p SU(n20)i Floor Snp.F... R on.s 50;"od Fish 737X Kxtra... liinisniuoirreaintra 7075 Fancy.. 12 5013 Oojllidcs Green 8Ji&i Rve &S0n: " Dry Salted... 14(3,15 Potatoes 800. " " Flint.... lvviis Pork Mess ... 4 50(3)25 OO.Sides 1M&18 Mackerel No. 1. 20 V5.20)s :iShou!ders 14!16 No. . 19i)o4i!,i:Urd lltf(&18 W. FishXbbl... 750i,7 75;SugarCuba .... laia percai. - ron mco.. I4jrinl5 Molasses N. 0 95: " Refined.... 16(&17 8vruD....65&ia5:rsiiow lOtffalov Whiskey iu Bond 30; Teas Y. H. .... 1 OO.J 10 pernus.i - imperial... J lO( 30 Beans 40(fl30i Blsck 85I&I 70 Clover Seed lOOOlWool Washed 4.V548 Timothy Seed .. 5(3 &0i ' Unwashed.... 5a 17 Flax scea x ioiau oo; per hund. WbeatRcd 3 60;Catt!e Com 6 00(5a 00 White 75: ' Modium.. S OtWn6 80 Corn Shelled 1 0; " Extra 7 0,S 00 Ear l oO'Uoce com fi on.ftti as Sheep felts prime 75)1 2.V " Heavy 6 00(f)7 00 VUUft.... .H.iourcj awtn DO ! " prime 6 60&S 75 to New York Markets. Floor Extra Ro ind Hoop Bacon Sides 14A15 Ohio Montis 50 Shoulders 15(n17 Trade Brands. 11 OOfftlK 00 Hams Wheat No. 2 Milwakce 20 Lard 1.1(T(.14 Winter Red Canada... Si rn nutter 27(ot,!s) mherState 50 Cheese 13(ril5 White Michigan 2 70 Hogs live &H Kve 1 45tftl.V Cstlle Extra . . lHlfSIS Barley 1 -VK.Ol W " fair lo good. 17s.'(!KIH Corn 1 SS common ... 14iifM5 oi 7(W75 Shcon 7W(.TJ0 rorkMese ISJbGuld f iT 1 I CLOTHTTTG nOUSH. FAIXi TCAIE-1SC7. ISTEW GOODS! NEW STYLES ros Fall and Winter Wear. GRIFFITH ELLIS & CO., Have Just Opend Their FALL & WINTER STOCK Clotlis, Casglmorea, "Vesting-., -AND READY-MADE CLOTHING, of every description. Consult Your Own Interest. Boy your Clothing and Cant's Furnishing Qoodt GRIFFITH ELLIS & CO, No. 87 Northvmt tide Publlo Square, URBAITA. O. THS OLDEST HOUSE IN THE TRADE. Substantial Reasons Why! 1st. Ton will And the Urgt. stock and the mtt com Die te mseortmtmt. id. Tbe good are firat claaa ia quAlity. itjlc asd am an. 3d. The price to fait the time. 4th. The motto, Houorable and Fair Deelinr. Quick mjea 100 email proms. XtXerchant Tailoring-. We keen the larreet itock of Clothe. Caaelmeree, Veetfog, and all kinda of goods for Men'e and Boy'e wear to be found In the county, which we are prepar ed to make np to order ia a style nneoiased by any honne in tbe Slate. The Tailoring Department of oar bnBfneea it under me enpervitiion 01 inr. JiitiM Aiiuoo wno i wen known as a encceneiui i;ut:er. All orders will he promptly filled, and ttiffaet)oa guaranteed. Whether yoa wish to get yoar clothing made to order or Day mem ready mauo. u wm pay yon to examine oar stock before purchasing. FOR SAIaE. Desirable Town Property FOR KJLIE. The nndersitmed. beine about to retire from busi ness and lire on his farm, offers for rale, upon reason able terms or will trade for a good farm, his well known Valuable Stand at the Railroad "THE MURPHY HOUSE" two-story brick bnllt In a most substantial man ner with all modern Improvements, and contains about 80 rooms. ALSO, the frame property upon the comer ofConrtvnd Rns-sell-streets, now occupied ss s Grocery by J. Yandep borgh and doing successful business. ALSO, bis two-story double frame bonse upon RusseTl-street norm of tne oio st jam Mill. I ne above affords a Rare Opportunity any parson destroys of entering into a profitable trade slresdy bailt np. For Terms apply to MICHAEL MURFHT. Urbana, U., Ja. B, 17. S24S-V St. Paris Carriage Bhop ron. SALE 1 CARRIACS.G, CUGCIES, SPRINGWAGONS, tnerlor make, with several late Improvement', pti rjntuiL Vm. found at IB. otbsrshon in the coun try. Call and see for yourself, Shop Bear R.K. Depot 477-8m. H. SAYLKR. URE NORTH CAROLINA TAR the pint, quart and gallon. W-tf At 8. L. I BTONK 8. ptJRK CIDKR VINBQAB. AN FICELLENT ynanty, lursaje oy o. l.. r. niu.'u, MS If iiREMIUM JOB PRINTI SO.-The 1' 'llv recelvvd first prcmism at tb'l VWCunty Fait a 1 XJOCT3 AITD SH.0H3. pOR THS SPRING AND SUMMER TRADE VI 1 8 e 7. J. EL WHITE & CO, iassMrsr yw4 sfodsrt te Boots and Shoes, IEAT2H Am m:ir:: 2fo. 3 North Hain-strcet, Hats on baud t very fine stock of Booss and Sbods for Spring and Summer which for style aad qaaiuy of worKmanaaln Cannot Be Surpassed. BARGAINS LADIES LASTING GAITERS of ll Sty SHOES of all Stvle.- LADIES LEATHER SHOES Of all Styles MISSES SHOES CHILDBEDS SHOES an endless variety; MEJT'S, BOYS St YOUTH'S SHOES. MEN'S, BOYS' fe YOUTH'S BOOTS Cslf, Kip and Cowhide. GEXT3 FINE CALF BOOTS of our own. manufacture. W wia WARRANT OUR XIOTV& as represented. Boots and Shoes Manafacrured to order in tb LATEST STYLE. w orsmanvnip ana nt gnsrsnteed. we ask a tlnued patrougc of onr old friend and lb. t ablle tti genen ral. - NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS. Fleas call at the old Stand No. t Norti Itaiu strrfll """ra i-uDiie square ana court-street -tf J. H. WTHTW H GIIOCEIUXS. TERTTHING FEW AND FR3SH. NEW ESTABLISHMENT. LARGE AND MAGNIFICENT ASSORTMENT GROCERIES AND FR0YIS!G:.S, notions. &c, And sll the various articles usually kept in a Smtelass urucerj anu rmTision rlore. Can Oe found at the establishment of I. O'CONNOR. Ho. 13 MIAMI 8TKEST, GEO. MOORETS OLD STAIfD, URBAXA, OHIO. The undersiened has onened out at the iW.. eu piaea a una sioca oi urocerles, provisions. No tions, QUEENSWAEE, GLASSWARE, WOODEN AND WILLOW WARE, FISH, SALT, AC, &C. wdicb ne win dispose ie of at bottom-of-tbe-matket and small rroSt" ia hi. nnitn prices. "Quick Snles snd small i and he will not be undersold. All of mnrf. w.rJ just recently purchased, and were selected from the very nest goods, so tnst (lie nnver can rely on petting No. 1 article. Having; had many years experience in the business I am confident of rendering satisfac tion. Arrotcsmith's Uest FAMILY FLOUR rill be kept constantly on hand. April 1. 1867. SnO-tf D. O'CONNOK. TANJTEItY. The Glenn Tannery. Ravlnr nnrehased the Tannerr known sa b. M Glenn stand. Corner Booth Main and Witer-.traets, 1 have permanently located in Urbana, and will con tinue the business there. 1 will keen on hand a a.p HW(MUCUI VI LEATHER, consisting of SOJL.E, CAIiF AND III, AND SHOE FINDINGS, of the beet quality. CAS3 PAI3 K2 HEIS An 1X11. The natronair of Dealer and other hi Chsranalrn ana Knjuiuiug cuiuiviea ie resjievti.ii'.j son-ixru. T. J. O ROARK. PIlIirTIIXG. pnxrjTirjo J. W. HOUX, Job Printer, Union Office, Will oaeent all work ntrnatedhim, with neatness and dispatch, in the Latastand Moat Attractive Styles. llfHCIt ASKRS always Road the Advertlssments the V.NKlN. ;XCKLMSNCF. AND Srrm in all sfvlesof smrtt douc at the I hbana Imok Jub I'rluduj tiSKc. ( CX.OTXXH7G. BARGAINS! BARGAINS! Just Received! iT THS WRICHT & POVZLL, No. 30 North Main-Street, (Corner or Court, the secoxd stock of Spring and Summer . CLOTHING Walcb consists of heist a inn Eii:i Plain aad Fancy Linens, BEAUTIFUL VESTINQ9 Vis.ss Y" v wv awssts Xiai ii, nud ay by tb very best Worknea. Also, a large stock of GENrs fuh;:ishi;:g Ine aad fashionable W sell at tb Lowest Figures in tha Ilarket! Bear this In mnd. and call beftm nmrrhninv Aw. where, if yosi wis to save money. WRIGITT POWSM. TrbM, Af. It, 1WT. 178-1. Everything Kew and Fresh 1 Cbaag-t of rim. Large and Magnificent ASSORTMENT OF CHOICI TEESH GROCERIES, jpifonsioxs, Kotlcmsi, Sco. And all the various articles anally kept In a f rst tlan urocery ana rrovisio ntore, can o roM Uhe establishment of a. c. tf" i is" a 13" n. North East Corner Pnblitf Sqoar, URBANA. Wke wis seO Cheaper than tha Cheapest th best ;i!irj f TEA, COFFEE, SUGAK, STEUFS, SALT, FISH, MACEEKEL, SFICES, FLOUR, WOODEN-WARE, CROCKL'KT, BROOMS, BASKETS, NUTS, AND CONFECTIONERY, nd all articles known to th trade. The Great American Te Co.. Toons Hvsoa prime quality , l,SO A r0"DTiT. We will not be undersold, and nvomfea snr enstnm- ers tbe best of fresh articles, aa our stock it entirely new. COUNTRT FKODCCX taken to xchrp. J. C. ViNANS. Urban, Sept. IS, 1867. BK4-U. COIirrCTIOITTIlT. gOXETHISQ SIW TJNDU TUB BCJ IN TJHBAI7A. 7. & F. IIAHH7ILH7J ITave perrhased tha establishment ot Wr. R. Hyde, ea North Main, nearly opposite tut CuarV liouM, aad have tiled Hp a conipttl CONFECTlt)'NEKY FRUIT STAND," AND . Ice Cream fSaloTon In No 1, omdcst, and Vpe to rerriv e a rail share af the public patmns. TV m are prepared lo Piraish l'artius. w ceiina. (barrh barpcrs, c, with lc rcsm. CODfciionertes, Fruits, ic at lowest prtrea on short nolle. Havtnc bad veers' expsriesce ihey are tifldenl of eivinc atlsfsctloa. UxtemeaiDcr u place: NO. 47 NORTH MArN-fiTRTST. in m !s,ICE CREAM SALOON one door N'Wth- N. 49. fiive as a Irljl: Ws will W. A F. UArjlNIJLV. Stm to plr.se. lib;n.. April f. 1 Jti U