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WEDSKDAY, AUG. VS. 1671. Ntiuhborhood News. ' Tick Oauip-iueeting j-a-seJ off with out a tlugltJ oaldeat. A flue wUb aud chain were etoleu from the residence of Mr. M. Weaver, ou the uigbt of Thursday last. Mr. Alfred Boyd, died Iat night at o'clock, P. M.. He was a mail of wealth, earned by his industry, aud universally j respected. His age was J7 years. . '" - Hon. J. It'rajtk Ml."KiaSV paid vistt lastrTuesdayr He was on Lis to Bpriugtitld, where be made a speech j the same eveniug. Uruana, for ten days, ie a first class city. iipringfldd Repub. And that is more than Springfield ever was or ever will be even for the period of tea days. JUXiE. W. JcItLVAK, of the PU- preme Bench uf Ohio, Lours Keibold, proprietor of the Beckel-house, Daytou, R. Waliison, Reporter for the New York Herald, and Judge J. H. Conkliu were among the guests at the Exchange Hotel while the Camp-tueeting wan in session. The Delaware &'a?e says that Mr. E. j T. Flint, General Superintendent of the j C. C. C. &.I. R,R.trefitoedtrunatniB from Delaware to 'tlie Urbana camp-'year meeting, last Sunday, on the ground ', that "he doee not sanction running1 trains ou Sunday, unless xecbssakv." j We honor the toan and his motives. ! Bdlefontaine fret. ' , West Libebtv was almost depopula- i ted last Sunday. Every body and his ; wife attended camp meeting. A young j man living near this place was taken j the excursion train, returning j from Urhana Sunday evening, laboring i under "a" severe attack of delirium tre-i , . . , . , . J mens. Lrbamv whisky had toe-.ny snakes inlt ,Heiid he had j t,flf h ! them' out '. with a fork. .'. 7 f'mtaine , - - ' 1 , SENATORIAL CONVENTION. It is suirjrefeteii .- tUnt 'the Democratic; Senatorial Cuveiitiou of (he District composed of Champaign, Clarke and Madison counties, 'meet at the Court House, in Spriugfield, ou Friday, Aug ust 25th, at 3 o'clock, P. M. What say the Democratic Committees of the Dis trict In regard to the time suggested? .'ipringfirld Transcript. A round Lake ounp-iueeiiug minis- ' ter, Father Jeuuison, nays: "Women j aud the Devil turued everything upside ' down lu the beginuiug. God had given ; to JVPLnt" a apfi'lal gift . Lir- Utflueuoe i that he had withheld from man. But . Sataubad gotherar early in life, and she had kept up her wickedness ever : since. I tell you my dear sisters, the j Devil hasn't left volt aluue yet. - Satan j refused to sinite .Job's wife because hej knew Bhe was one of his Lest allies' ' G. W. Fkankensiein, Eau,., the world-famous artist, has just completed a picture of Glen-Ellen, the beautiful country-seat of CoL J. li. Armstrong, situated about oue mile Korth-east of Urban. The picture is a perfect representa tion of the delightful spot, even to the smallest object visible In the landscape. The blending of the lights and shades is a very miracle of naturalness, and we have never seen the perspective eX' celled In any work of the foremost paint er. j FOREPAUGH'S AGGREGATION. With pleasure we announce to our readers that this graud coliectiou of Living Wonders is coming to town. .1 iMififp IMHI rminlc. an ll.Htl for PYllilw ng the "rare, strange aud curious" col--ectkm of animals, and to present the ,'arenic displays. , Three hundred and fif- ty men and horses constitute the work ing force of the "show." AU the entire concern represents a cash value of nearly half a million dollars. The parade Is one ;rasl feature with his entertainment. .i Samuel A. Stewart recently went to Dayton aud offered a lot of shoes for sale at such low figures as to beget a suspicion that they were stolen. A de tective worked up the case, and ascer tained that they had been stolen from the cars on the Merchants' Dispatch freight line, at Columbus. Cincinnati parties identified the goods. Three car loads in all were stolen at Columbus, and are being sold at various points in the State, and a portion is believed to have been taken to Indiana. A few sacks of them were found and reclaimed at Urbana. Cotumbut Daily Dispatch. Two Pkimtsk's Deaiv Win. H. EU lis, aged 25 years, died in Lewistowu, Logan Co., Ohio, on the luth inst., of Typhoid Fever, and Edward Scenck, was buried in Dayton ou Afonday last, aged about 23 years. They were both accomplished Prin ters, generous iu life, and were gentle men iu the true sense of the word, and iu their death9 Uie Craft has lost two worthy members, w hose memory will be cherished in. the hearts of those who were most intimately acquainted with them in this world of sorrow aud woe. Peace to their ashes. i August. Tiie aucieut Roman name of the mouth of August was Sextiliis, the sixth from March, till the Emperor Agustus charged the uame to his own because in this uiouth Cajsar Augustus took possession of his first consulate, re duced Egra, and put an aud to civil war. The first day of the mouth is termed in England Lammas Day; it should rather have been loaf-mas, of which Saxon name it is a corrupttion. On this day the ancient Britons celebra- S.?-.?"!! adopted by the early Christiana, aud the first fruits were presented at the altar. Id the fealiabury Missal the day is called- Bcnedictua novorvm fruefvum. Sprirtfigeld Advertiser. a Judge Corwin. We uuderstaud that both parties id this judicial district have accepted the ret'ouimeudatioii of the editor of this paper, made early last spring, aud will place the uame of Judge Corwiu ou their renpective ticket, without the action of convention, as the people's candidate for Judtte of the Common Plead Courts. This is one of the highest compliments tliatJuW lHiia U an officer, aud we yre -u that Judt Corwiu has won thiJ lrRiUte Qlu the for great ability and for his impartiality and courtesy while on the bench, aud for his promptness and fidelity in the exe cution of his difficult and arduous du ties. There is but one opinion in this couuiy ou this subject, aud we have ex pressed it in this article. What say the people of Chaniaigu? Pi-jtia Journal. Central Ohio Fair. other improvements, they are making a new reservoir that will accommodate Itwice the needs that the one of last would. This will be a splendid addition. In the hand or iu present officers and with the promised facilities this will he one of the best Fairs iu Ohio, the coming Fall. The people of Clark county should, as the institution. The days on which It is to be held this fall are Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday aud Friday, September, 19, 20, 21, and 22, as heretofore published. Springfield Ad fronT vertiscr. 1 Lirtorpatt-nuiwawifruiutUeUniu-a suites Patent Office to Ohio Invpiitora for the woo UnK Au lf ,, ,varlRB- Ulut dll,e. Furnished tin; imiun lmos iiyo.xi Cox, Slieltoni of Iutelitn, Washington D. c. R. Geo. Dun, E., , President of the "Central Ohio Fair Association, saya that the Association are already at work ion their beautiful ground near Me chauicsburg, improving in many ways preparatory to the coming fair. Among Nut Lock.J. M.Cuiiel, Newark. BuithI Head. A Hanver, Steu'wiivillf. Brick Machine, W. H. Maclun. Toledo. Chimney, J. M. Nicord, Springfield. JUoW ofT Pipe, N. Sherman, t'ineinnuti. Kailrnud Cattle Guartl. C. Catoii, B.id's .Mills. Iledge Planter. M.S. 'irirnili. s. Plymouth. School Desk, A.O. Huffman. Springfield. iJevice for Lorktntf Holts A. M'-K"iiiiy. Sltm mee City. Kuilruud Kail, Mime Iiit'Ulur. Ifand Corn Husker, C. M. O'Hara, Ciw-iunatl. Upholstery Spring. G. E. Patrick Spriiigfl' ld. rtleUiindle, li. P. Junta, Empire MilK Wreneh.U. P. Phillips, Cleveland. Clod Crusher, J no. V. Tollock, Bryan, liarv ester. J. V. Lleberling, Akron. Ulut lies Drier. !?. 1C. Stedinan, Kandulpli. Safety Shaft Coupling. J. Vallelcr. Canton. Wngoirl'ongue Support, W. tv-ere, Stuck Cur, A.liiuk, Saloin. Milan. "' lrei'jns. Caster, J. I.. Karen, Cincinnati. Slew Clasp. U. Oldham, Youngstown. Trade Marl. tawing Machine, l.nu. Sewing Machine Co., Jvurw alk. Macliiue for seaming fliect Metal Hoofs, J. B. l'ronly, Cincinnati. Tlkk Oct Everybody. Adam Fore paugh's long heralded Menagerie Muse um, and Circus will eater town next Friday. As we have previously stated; the menagerie is separated from the circus. Two mammoth tents are erect ed, and oue is devoted solely to the ex hibition of the menagerie, the other is used exclusively for tb circus enter tainment. One admissiou fee and oue ticket admits to both exhibitions, aud it is optional with the visitor whether he attends both entertainments or ouly one. The animals comprising the me nagerie constitute the largest collection 'of living wild beasts aud rare birds in the United Slates. A peruval of the advertisement of Afr. Forepatigh, iu an other column, will aatisfy the reader that this statement is correct. The Cir cus, occupying a separate pavilion is said to be oue of rare excellence. As lady equestrians, the famous Cordelia aud Seuorita Ixwaiide, together with Jadcmoiselie Virginia, are announced toappearaleach exhibition. The veter an rider and trainer, Aons. Franconie, directs the equestrian entertainments. The names of Aessrs. iellville, Sparks, Matthews, Hunting, Williams, Robison, the Ijowande Family, and others, is sufficient guarantee of a reatly first class Circus company. The ring stock is said to be the finest in America. Thirty iron cages, superbly ornamented, and filled with rare animals and birds,, drawn by one hundred magnificent horses, appear in the street . parade. .The cavalcade will be led .by he lgyptiad chariot, oontaining Tody Frank's band, with sixteen Arabian korses attached. A pair of Elephants robed with velvet, will follow, and eight Shetland ponies wifl draw a beautiful bird-bower wagon. A herd of camels will be harnassed to the lion cage, and all the wagons, har ness, housings, etc., are "spic, span and new." This establishment has been ex hibited at Washington and Baltimore during a part of the month of April, and without exception every paper iu both those cities assent that Forepaugh's ag gregation is the largest, most attractive and unobjectionable exhibition ever brought o those cities. ; With ' pleasant weather we predict a generous patro nage for this establishment, which is every way worthy the support of our community ' ' j j ! Central Ohio Fair. Written for the Urbana Union. "Cursed Be He Who Disturbs My Bones." —Shakespeare. The grave-yard to be plowed up. The j bones of our citizens and the soldiers of J 1812 to be desecrated. Shakspeare's au- nathama "corned bo h who ditfurbn my bones,'' has lost Its terror with our City Dads. Shade of Frcderiii Gump Iiineiu your revolutionary Labiliimeutd aud shake your gory locks, whitened by the frosts of ; ' ' J 107 winters, In the face of hiui who first dares attempt the cursed leed. If the tax payers of this cily will su- i i loaflpinely submit to be plucked to the sum of nearly SoU,uuu a year, in support of a city government, it is no rcasou why all the old inhabitants, who curved it out of a wilderness, should be shocked and outraged bv the acU of those who now claim to be the City Council. Some few week- ago a ietition signed by a few citiieus living on Ward street, aud who are greatly mistaken as to its ultimate benefit to them, or the eflect of the measure upon the value of their property, presented it to the Council asking the runniugofsaid street through the old town grave-yard, upon which appropriate action was had, and refer ence made to the City Board of Public Improvement-. The Board after advis ing themselves of the merits of the prupooitiou. very scusibly determined to report adversly. The ring watching the Movement suddenly discovered danger, aud changed their tactics, aud procured aud presented a new petition 'against the remonstrance ou lV.e with the city Clerk, of all the laud owners east of Sycamore street, and some in other lo calities,) asking the extension to East I.avvu Avenue, aud manipulated the Council into the belief that their former reference was'not lawful, and that the Council itelf must act directly in tli6 premises. This new phase of the pro-osiliou was promptly met by the presentation of a remonstrance, wnged by about 225 of our best citizens, obtained without any general canvass, which no doubt would more than have doubled it. In stead of treating it with that due respect which our City Government owes to its constituency. The people who signed it were insulted by a prominent mem ber, by the gross and burly remark that 6uch an expression amounted to noth ing, that signatures to such papers were mere commonplace things, that as many or more could be obtained favor ing the petition, and it was consigned without action as is usual with the Council, to a pigeon-hole in the City Clerk's office, where I hope it will re main without mutilation as a memento for the use of the Centennial meeting to be held by au adjournment ou the 15th of March, 1910, as dodge number ONE. The opponents to the measure of run ning the street through the grave-yard, after having been thus foiled and re pulsed, obtained signatures of nearly all the old settlers of the town to a raemor- ial respectfully addressed to the Coun- cii, asking it to submit the whole ques j tiou to the people of all the Wards after 20 days notice, and suspend further ac i tion until tiie people settied it by their votes, whicli was also carefully read aud shared the fate of it predecessor, after refusiuir to even second the motion of oue member to accept the reasonable proposition, it was 4 to 1 ordered on FILFj, to he used it is hoped, March l"th, 1010, as dodge nuuibtr TWO. On the next meeting of the Council the member who was not present at the previous meeting haviug the fear of the people before him, voluntarily called up the memorial from its perch in the pig eon hole, aud obtaining a second he elaborately urged the reasonableness of the proposition aud insisted upon a di rect vote of Ayes and Nays, which seemed to be waxing too hot to be any longer skulked by some of Hum, and it became convenient to move au adjourn ment, which is always couveuieut aud in order, aud of course the body dissolv ed into thin air as a City Council. This was dodge number THREE, which is also handed over to March 15th, lyl'J, to bo reviewed by the great graud-child-reu of this redoubtable City Council, who uo doubt will stare at each other aud wonder if they sprung from such r, such an ancestry. During the progress of these interven tions of the people to save the old time honored grave-yard, au ordinance was dragging its slimy serpentine length through the regular weekly sessions of the City Council to its third reading, which occurred ou the 31st of July 1871, and culminated in the hellish and dam nable act of passing the ordinance to decimate the old venerated grave-yard without promoting any public benefit as to travel, transit or drainage. . Well might Shakspeare be supposed to have had a prophetic vision of the scenes enacted iu our City Council Cham ber on the memorable night of July 31st, 1871, when applying his words to other scenes he broke forth substantially in the language "clothed with a little brief authority, they cut such high phantas tic tricks before high Heaven, as made angels weep!" If departed spirits really take cognizauce of the acts of men, it would not require any great draw on the imagination to suppose that, that por tion of the angelic hosts, whose earthly tabernacles were reposing in the old Urbana grave-yard, would have good reason to indulge iu the weeping mood, in view of the bull-headed stubborness with which they resisted popular appeals of the xeople, both in the City and the surrounding country. Can this mon trosity be submitted to by the great mosses of our population V Time will tell. But there is another phne to tiiis un- j called for proceeding, besides the burke- i ing of the bones of the dead by municip- al hyenas. It destroys a munificent grant entered of record, to the People from the original proprietor ot the town which was intended to remain iiita-t for generation after generation, the ' whole of whicli as now inclosed, mea sures iu a square with avenues around it, notle than one and five-eight acres of land now near the center of the City, and which In the times to come, will be worth ae I have said elsewhere, not less than ?20,0UU aud may at small expeuse be made a beautiful place ofresoit aud promenade for our people of the present day. Shall this all be sacrificed to grjt- lu0 "Sss w nuns oi a tew persons owning property on ard street? They uvea ted their money in it with a full knowledge of all the facts, they knew it abutted a grave-yard, dating buck a full half century. Have they any right to compluiu and ask such u public sue- ritli.? I'nrfiiiiilv lint T . ,,.., i . . .. I will conclude by saying-to the Ur- baua public, that 1 expect at another time to lilt the vail, and e.iose the enormity of the measure mj, tiunu as ' tax payers, and point out that element iu the Council that should be held re sponsible for it. I have taken notes "and fa'th I'll print 'eui.'T WM. PATRICK. The fashion of wearing slippers on the promenade is almost universal among the ultra-fash iouable women of New York. 'Tis a trashy and extremely vulgar fashion. ROYAL J. mXJJER ha a Removed his Stock of Hal-a $ Caps, two doors South of his old stand. A'o. North Main St. Call and see his Xew Goods. Married: KAKK--riLlJWEI,I. Oil AnguM 4tli, :U Hip roldcnre of the brkle'i! futlicr, in Kusliylvimia, O.. ly Squirt Joim Karuc, Mr. Hugh H. Barr. to Mls Mary E. Stllwell nil of Logan tumy. BUSINESS LOCALS. JioUi Jr Loitieil, No. ol, Corner Jof Court and North Main streets, have just opened l!00 pieces choice style Prints, of very best makes, Such as Cocheco, Merrimack W., American A., aud Spragues. 4S-V2t. Ik you wish to "tel up" the soda- water for your friend call at Fisler & Chance's. They have the very best in town besides Kissengen, Vichey, and other cooling summer drinks. - Xenta Collxe. The location is healthy, expense mod erate, instruction thorough, course of study ample and practical. Gentleman graduate as Bachelors of Science. Vocal and Instrumental mu sic will be taught by the Professors in the Miami Academy of Mrftic. In every department teachers will labor faithfully to promote the interests of students. Itadies board in the College, gentle- man in private families or rent rooms; and furnish themselves. The session will begiu September .th. For other information address Wm. Smith, Xeuia College, Xenia. Ohio. liock ( Colivel, No. 31, Corner of Court and North Main streets, have in Stock, at low prices, New York Mills, Wamusetta, Lonsdale, Semper Idem and all leading brands of Bleached IVuslius. Secure your supplies before they advance. 4S5-2t. . . Brown Sheetings and Muslins of all the best standards aud makes, for sale' at vttlue. Rock & Colwtll. 45--t. Dress Linens iu natural colors, war-j all flax, just the goods for suit- iug, also Table-linens, Towels and Nap- kins very cheap. Rock &. Colwcll. -I. Si mhek Dress Goods at reduced prices. Hosiery aud Gloves in very large assortments. Rock & Colwcll. Zt. Laihe and Misses Gaiters & Slippers superior quality. Rock fc Colu-tW Go and see those beautiful Casimeres aud Cloth Sacks, just received at Jot. FlSHEK'ei. Paint Brcshes, Paints, Oils aud Painters materials of all kinds for sale by Fisler & Chanoe. New Style lamp Burners and Chim neys Lauterns and Extra Lautern Globes Wick &c, for sale by Fisler fc Chance. A new supply of CrcKjuet receivetl at Roofs Old Book Store. Hymn Books, Pocket Books, Memor andums, Ac, at Koofs Old Book Store. NEW GOODS, of the very latest, fin- est aud cheapest description are con stantly arriving at the Store-room of Rock A Col well, corner of North Main and Court Streets. e can assure the patrons of the Urbana Union that there is not a better place to trade in town than at the Store-room of Rock & Col well, corner of North 3ain and Court Streets. They have received a new lot of vug-! us ana carts lor noys, atKoot s via Book Store. GOOD SYRUPS at 59 cents per gal lon. Doi.an & Connor. Do you w ant a cheap suit of Cloth- j iug ? Call on our friend Jos. Fisher, op- : posite the Post Office. Aii Still Thfj . Another arrival Isew Goods at Herman Fisher's. Fok Pure Drugs, Medicine, Wine aud oBrandies, go to ofj Fislek & Chaxce'. A xv person desiring to employ a youug Lady of excellent character, neat and tidy iu person aud manners, in the ' capacity of plain aud faucy sewing, will address "AxxiE," through the Post Office, immediately. G et Your Photograph ! L. W. ltOBKKis haviug bought the Stock of M. L. Albright, take? this op portunity to say that with his superior facilities, there is uo reasou why he should fail to please everybody. His prices are moderate, aud his work will ' suit you. Give him a call for any thing ' in his line. Gallery iu the ;Jrd. utory. ; over llock & CoIwelPs Store, Comer of North Muiu A Court streets, Urbaua, i Ohio. lS7-lf. (Jo New tu Hoofs Old Book Store For Books, Window-shades, Toys, Base Balls, Kelurn Balls. Aloums. & the Left Wnting-rmi.er lu the market. For Perfumery and Toilet-goods, goto FisLEiiifc Chance's. Teas of the best quality, at Fislek & Chace"s. Plke cider vinegar for sale at S. L. P. Stone's. Fok Cash you can buy clothing at yourowu pricwat.Tos. Fisher's. L. Nathanson is Suits at $3,50. idling No, 1 Linen Coluh Candies and Cough Medicines a large assortment at FisIerA Chance's. The best Soda-water made, and the coldest drawn, is at Fislek & Chance's. The cheapest Linen Suits in Urbana, are at L Nathanson's, Oak Hall, No. 10, Public Square. The cheapest, the best, the most fesionable Keady-made Clothing in this city, is at No. 4i, Public Square. lf you want nice illtiug overcoat of the best quality and at the lowest oriees tro i to Herman Fisher's. Pi'MK Wines and Lienors for Medi- I cal use, Shoulder Braces Trusses &c, at Filler & Chance's. Study your own interests and call on Herman Fisher for the best made, and cheapest Clothing in Urbana. "THE Little Church around the Corn er," as played by the Band last Satur day evening, and any thing in tne mu sic line, can be had at P. R. Bennett's. The best and most popular brand of Paper Collars in the market, can always be found at Jos. Fishek's. ; If you want to chasing Clothing, save money iu pur go to Jos. Fisher, X. Square opposit Post i W. Cornor Public Office. You can save just 21 percent, by buy ing your Clothing at Oak Hall, L. Ka thansou's Mammoth Clothing Estab lishment. Fine, Custom, Made-white linen and ancy Shirts, the best in the Market, just received, and will be sold cheap, at jos. nailer. " - - - - Au. Farmers iu want of Clothing, should call aud see the new Stock, just received at Jos. Fisher's NuSi Public' ' Square opposite Post Office. j Bathing-gloves, Hair-mittens, alld j Hair-straps for bathing, flesh brushe &c, at Fjsi.ek ct Chance's. Don't Foriiet! The place to buy your Clothing is at Joseph Fisher's N. iW. Corner Public Square, opposite the Post Office. He has just received auoth rauted i er large stock of goods which he intends j Thky have all the new Books at j Roof s Old Book Store: Brett Hart, I Little Men, Our Girls, The Wife of a i Vain Man, Katharina, Mill Bank, fcc. Hf lT WHite !c Mitchkll, open to of : da v ,.,, invoice of Victoria Lawns. " - i to sell cheap for cash. Linen Suitings. White Piques, French Printed Organdies, at extremely low prices for cash. Ij. Nathanson undersells any other i Readv-made Store iu the State. If you . to see the best Stock of Clothing j iu Urbana, call at Oak Hall, No. 40i I Public Square i 1 . I ' H itt, White Mitchell have just j : received a large Stock of Ladies' Suits' in White aud Buff Victoria Law us, Buff i aud Gray Linens, which are offered at ; ow Prced- j Robekt YotiNG & Co., are selling Slippers cheap as they can be sold lor ready cash. They have an immense t Stock in Store, call soon for bargains. j No. 3, North Main SL j j MUSICAL NOTICE. Mr. P. R. Ben nett will continue the Music Business in Urbana, at his Jewelry Store where all kinds of Musical Instruments, Strings and Sheet Music can be had at Reason able prices. THOUSANDS of people suffering from defective vision, have received permanent relief from P. R. Bennett, Jr arge stock of Spectacles. A new article now sold very extensively is a genuine Pebble Spectacles at a moder- aie price, irouoie 10 snow uooas, so call and examine them. i j AVERILL'S CHEMICAL Liqud Paixt, j l'or !Sn ie at KALFFMAX & XKLbON'S. Hi it, Whitk & MiTfUEUi oflurde ! cided bargains in French, German and English Dress Goods many of them cheaper than before the war. Herman Fisher, at the corner of Court I the largest stock of goods that has been brought to Urbaua this spring suited to every purse aud taste, If you want to dress fashionably, if you waut to dress neatly, if you waut to dress cheaply, call on Herman Fisher. Amoxu the uew goods at Bennett's, is a full line of Pebble Spectacles. The genuine Brazilian Pebble at three dol lars a puir. Mr. Bennett, keeps all of of the best Spectucles, Lazarus & Morris, Spencers, Perescapic, and Diamond at prices lower than ever. Do not fail to call al Bennett's aud procure a pair of those Specs. The Grocery V Meat-market of Mrs. Catherine Stockurt, on Miami street, is oue of the best if not the very best of the kind iu the city. There you can liud tiie very liuest and cheapest Groceries, the very uicest Cured Meals, and on Saturdays the very treshest Veal. . t Price as low as i he lowest. The first installment of New Spring Clothing just received, and will be sold cheap foreMtfi, at Jo. Fihek's. S. L. P. STONE has now the finest, cheapest and freshest supply of Grocer ies ever bought to Urbaua, aud, if you doubt the statement, all you have to do is to step around aud see for yourself. Mr. Stone has buildup one of the best trades in the county by always furnish ing the very best articles in his line at the very lowest terms. Keystone House. ' Farmers and neighboring townsmen! j don't go hungry when you come to j town, when you can get a good square ; meal for forty cents, by calling at the ' Keystone-houise, opposite the Court ! house. Your patronage will be thank- i fully received. G. L. Kkeideh, Prop'r. ; -:'- -4.St-6t I - IT has paed into a proverb lhat there is "uo place like home:"' but j when it comes to the fciihject of Livery- 'stables we believe that every one will i agree with the Ckbana. I'Mo.N . iu the stateniept trmt there is' n pim-e like' Gaiieons'. They keep the very best j Horses, and the very best vehicles of all kind. Patronize them once aud you will patronize them always. , J 1 I MUSIC. The undersigned respectfully and nouuees to the citizens of Urbana and suiTouudiug country, that he is now prepared to teach MUSIC at the rooms formerly occupied by Mr. Albright as a Picture-gallery. Terms for Tuition, slJ and $1S, per quarter, according to time and degree of advancement. Finishing Pupils ;li,no per half term. Bloomfield and Otis seven Octave Pi ano for sale. Mairice C. Bode. t j I ' fh(i jIuilcitJi Ia,Li carriage Works were estubislle,i Jau. 1M8f and have jn uninterrupted operation to the 3rese"'' "1,e Tne same rulw ,vU" "fertiice to em want lwlu8 flrsU-,ass mechanics and No. 1 material are adopted and the same care Fine Cigars and Tobacco at F. fc C. Croquet-setts, Base Balls, and all the new Books and Jiusic, are to be had at Roofs Old Book Store. The best Linen Suits at L. Nathan son's No. 40, Public Square, only $4,00 per suit. Just received a new Stock of tine at No. 40, Public summer Clothing, i gqlmre Call aud see him. Patent Medicines of all kinds and iu grea(; variety, Hair Tonic and Hair Oils, a(- ,'jsier & Chance's, . .. j Have you seen the New Stock of Wall : Papers, at Roofs Old Book Store. They ; oy.,! unlf nrlM ittrl nlipfln. : Thr ttillfr (arriazf Vork. The Belle- foutaine Carriage Works were establish- ed Jan. 18oo, aud have been iu constant operation up to the present time. The great demand from Ohio, Indiana, and other points, for this build of work, may be attributed to the lised rule of using good material aud employing skillful aud trusty workmen, aud each branch being superintended iu person by the proprietors, 'all three of whom are practical mechanics and ilevoto their time to the business, j and to the facts that their constant aim is to make im provements in points of style aud dura bility, and thu turn out first-class Fam ilv.PlpH.HUiY and Busings Vehicles. exereiseu in uie ouuuittg or . urai-ciass Vehicles, as at the Beilefoutaiue Works. ' ' ' " " " " OllI Ifull lUlU IVIllter! HOOTS and suoi:?i, are now open for in spect ion. ISesneetfiillj-, . ROB'T. YOUNG- & CO. IXOIVT. YOlJV & CO., are selling Sum mer ISoot and Shoes at REDUCED PRICES, to make room for their Xen gtoek. Io, 3, North Main St. Your Special Atten- tlOIl IS callCU to tllC JARGE and C33- PliETE Stock ol Amer ican WATCHES, now offered at BEXXETTS, fat Prices LOWES than ithey were ever ofi'ered at belore. Fall Boots & Shoes Just Received by ROB'T YOUNG S GO. 60 Cases of FRILIE CUSTOM LI ADS Boots and Shoes. Call onR.7., & Co., forBargains. They are the first in the Llarkct. o 3, North Jin in St. Stock ot". Jjazaru MorriiH IHaiiioitrt ' and j Ccvniiine Pcliblo Spec-' taolew, is tiie largest and hestin the VHy. .Everybody ean be I PERFECTLY F IT-1 TI1I from them. i I it t i i LAW NOTICES. To the Commissioners of Cham- paign County. Wk ili uinlvfsiiriietl fr--h 'liters f C'ltaiii ilirit Count . rcsjiliiiir in the vicinity of the ounty rtnil ht-tvtit'ter iJivntinietl, ivsiei'tfuii I-tilioit iur Hotiorahl' iily, to viuate to iiuit-h i Iht i mil known ;ia the Mud-pike, a is ix lM'vii thr iiJloi ini; jHtlnt, to wit: tkioniiiuiT al ji jM'iut iu nnl pkkI, on th ec tkm line ht-pA'trvu Sovti'u u2 2. town 4, ra.tif.; 11. M R. J , then'"1 Soiit h-wtt t u point on the half btn.'tiuu lino moiling North a bouth through tiwtiou -U, lw ii i ruuue above meii tiulfor the ivuou, (hat aid rHl ha be come, ucK'-.. Pktitioni'rs. J umt.-s Tdvluriiiardiun of JoLu & Win. KitzL't rald ! riaiDtiti', j Chaiiipai'U t'ouuty Vrubatc Court. Petition to sell laud. Hie- Wanla, Di-feudants. j John FitzirtTsid and Willimu Kitgi-rald, uinor children of ""Patrick FilzirtraJd, late of Cbampaitu county. Ohio, dectieud, of the State of Georgia. Ymi will tuke notice that ou the '7th day of June, lsn, the undersigned lik-d hia Petition iu I'uo Probate Court of Champaign county and State of Ohio, when the sauie n now pending : the ohinct and prayer of iwn:cn is to procure aaiu court to order uie taie or tDe ral eptate of the slid John and William Kiugerald. situate in the city of I'rbfma, champaign county, Ohio, and beiDs; part of In-Lot No. Cl two in aaid'cily, of which the said Patrick Fitzgerald died seized to pay the dehtu of the said ward. Tne application there- tor, win ne lor ncarniL. in said court on me Min aay of August, l;i, at liTo'clock. a. m., at whicli time, unless you -how cause to the contrary, an order will be taken a praed tor in said petition. JAMES TAYLOIt, ,H,trdia. 4?1 Gu. of Joun & Wm. Fitzqebalu. U. M. Sfiaiu. -Jm'r.. of -To'l Nation, doe'd., Ve. The widow tuid heirs. To Martha Hard and Harvey Hurd. pi" ?v.Ioto Coun ty. Obio. Joel Nickumot' the State of lllinoi. T. M. Hill, of the Sinus of Kentucky, SarHh NutJon, John L. Nation. Eilen Cu!lH.rt-ou"ttud Joha Cuib'-rtson, (an?aret Nutiou. M:iry Nation, aud SsaHic Nation, of ChamDain County, Ohio. . The children of Martha : Jane Ijiierty. three m number whose nanice aru an ! known, and re-ide iu the iStato of IlJiitoit?. John F. Nation. Har.cy atton,nol Jacob titluu, Mury Delia Whisoii"and Henriottn Whiiof, of Koss t'onnty.Ohio, and Fletcher K. Burnc, of the tttate of lliinoii. Vou are hcichy iiolilled that X have oil the Hnf day oj July 1871, filed it Petition as Administrator of the Ei-taie of Joel Nation, tlic'd., in the Probato Court of Cbam paiiru bounty, Chio, aekin" for an order to sell Un real estate of ?aid dect-deut aud h.ill in parscaiire of the prayer of aid Petition, on the 11th day of Sep't. 1871. ask for an order for the assignment of thr Itower oUio widow of uaid Joel Nation in. mid for sale of the following Kenl Estate, of which the paid Joel "iU'm diud seized to-wit: Onefomih of an acre of land la the tow n ol North Imw i-biinj, m Champaign County, Ohio, to pay the debts of Mid decetleuu IU M. SPAIN. Aum'r., of Joel Nation, Dec'd. By Tailok X Lkkdom, Atty's for Petition. 4e4-t. Xfotice. Samuel Kavana.'h, Wm. C. KavanagU and others. To Aden IUmsc and Sarah Kotuc, hie ife, Tho'a. Kirkwood and Louieu Kirk wood, hia wife, bolomon Hart and Nancy Jane Hart, his wife, Jame liavan snh. John Kavanai:h. Ira Kavanauh, S4.iunei Kavanagh, Thoma Kendall and Mary Kendall, his wife, Edward Covintrton. Martha Covington, William Shoo ci and Llarrici Shoots, his wife, John Ka anarh, ieorM! W. Hanger, Hiram Taylor and Elizabeth Tay lor. Yon will take notice that on the 17 th day of July, 1871,' the undersigned filed a petition in Ihc Court of Com mon Pleas, of Champaign County, Ohio, whrc the same is now pending, setting forth, that one Matthew Havana git by his last will and tenia in eut, duly made aud executed. October 1st, 1&35. deviled, the follow ing described premises, to-wil: The Soutb-East quarter of Section one ( I t, Township four (4). lUngu tnirteen il3), the South-West ouarter of Section, thirty-one (31 , Township Ave -5). iiange thirteen (Ui. situate in 1 hampaign County, Ohio, to the under signed. Francis Kaauah and William Kavanagb, that Francis Kavanagh di d intestate and without children, in the year 1S40, and his interest In said lands descended to his brothers and sisters, William Kavanagh, Anna Covington, Margery Covington, John Kaaagh, and Jamvs Kavanagh, and the un designed, children ol Matthew Kavanagh. deed. Thai, undersigned and William Kavanagh purchased whateer interest in sflid premises. Anna Covington. Margery Covington, aud James Kavanagh, deriv ed by descent from Fram-is Kavanagh, but that fa id Interests were not conveyed by ihein to the under igutd aud William Kavanagh. lhat said Jameq Kaauah died leaviug as his heirs Wiriiam E. Kftv--auagh, Sarah House, wife of Aden House, Luuisa Kirkuood, wileof ThDiuas Kirkwood, Wancy Jauv Hurt, wife of ISolomon Hart, James Kaaua:h, Ira Kavauagh, Samuel Kavanagh. and Thomas Kendall and Mary Kcuduil, his wife, John Kaauagb, 4eore W. Uuuger. , Michai Croft and Mary Crolt. bis wife, (hat said Margery Coington, died leaviiura her heir, r.lizabeih "Taylor. Edward Covlugtou. Martha Covington aud Harriott Shoots, thai sain Anna Covington liven in Logan County, Ohio, aud said pelrtion prays that Anna Covington aud the heirs of Margery Covington and Juniea Ka'anagh may be decreed To release and con v-v to oudersign edand the other heirs of Wiilmm Ka'.anagh, what ever interest in said premises might have desctu4eii to them from Frauct Kavuuali, dee'd., That said William Kavanagh, uever married aud died iutuettu . That the uudeiigued made valuable imKos emeuU and buildings on ?aid laud. That -tltc uudcraigucd own- 17-su ofaid land. Anna Covington " " John Kavauar-h " -i-lu " Elizabeth Taylor. Edward Covington, Martha Co ington, Harriett Shoots. -Heirs of Mart-'erv Covington, dec'd. Each owns K-Isj of said I Land. W illiain C. Kuvuoai-U, 1 Louisa Kirkwuud. XancyJ. Hurt. I Juiues Kuvandijh. Iru Kuvauiu;li( auxiiel KavauagU, Kchuund 1-laOlf ot i said Land. -Mary &uuaau, Tifbu Kaaoa'b. j Heire of Jaiuc Ka.au- j ai;h, dtc'U. - J (icoru-e V. llan'iT tacli o n? IT- ai'j ol jaiil auil Mary Croft. ljmJ. Tin-andt'rsiuucd prays lhat liarlition be made of faid lauds in flic proporliuu auu iiiaruiUurtwiid. aud that iu such panhiou the fharu ol the undersigui-d may embrace the improvements made br him. and thut he may have the Ivenetit of aid iniprovemm. fAMLE). KAVANAGH. Ioino, (.'UAME Jt 0)BL. AttvV I rbaua. July 17, lbTl. Administrator's Sale of Real Es stateby Order of Court. Fmuk Ch:'.n'- Jame Tavlor. Admr'sof the itate of Audrcw Wilfon, Jr. dev'd, c. hii.ij. Wilson, and others. ', Oiaui'u I'robnte I Coc.-t. Mitiou I to sell Land. IX obedience to the order of the Court heretofore made in this cause, the undersigned will offer at Public Sale, at the door of the Court IJoiise, in Ur ban. Ohio, on Saturday. September lbth. IS',1 in the hour of 4 o'clock. P. .. th- foll.iw hi.' ueserilxd Heal Kstate, situate- in Salem Township, chani pnin County, Ohio, to wit : The W, i of rhe X. W. qr. of section SU T 3 f: 12, M U S. containing so acres. Apprai-cd at J.'.U" per acre. The Et of the X W nr. of said section con taining SO acres. Appraised at '.!( per acre. The W .if the S. Wqr.ofsaid section eontaiu in" SO acres. Appraised at t a.uu pea acre. The East half of the S W ir. of said sectiou i-ou-tainiug (1 acre. Appraised at $ S. wiper acre. Also, the K of the W of the N. W qr of c--lion. T5, R 12, conlainius 40 acre. Appraise! at J0.' per acre. Said 5 tracts above referred i will be sold separately, as stated above, or will be offered as a whole. The whole being subject to a rli-ut of wav through said 40 acre tract, alou the East side thereof, and alou" the ceuter of said S W qr. and the wholeof said lands, sub.iect to the riirbt of John U. Jamer, to direct the waters of Mae-a-cbeek creek, and to carry the same, with the waters of Had River. through the said lauds for the purpoi-e of Water Power. Also, Lots 190. lid, lt4. aud lwl of Wilson' East Lawn Additiou to the City of Lrbana. Appraised at 'jo each. TilRMS of sale. One Third of the purchase mitiiev cash in hand, on da of sale, the balance iu two an- nual payments, with interest from day of sale and to be secured by niortgae on the premises sold. kA.NJv chance JAMES TAYLOR. Adiiiiuistratoi-sof the tstateof Andre ilrou. Deceased. aUL'. lu-lci-ott. OAK LAND NURSERY. I'KBANA. Ohio. tin. Farmer and Fruit (?'' rx f f Jo Champftiyn County, Ohio. WK call your attention to our Aral class asorl ini nt of l'ruit trees, aud especially our Apple, em bracing four of the Irest knouu iirieties in thin section, aud also our Pear, I herry and Peach trees, all warrauted to lie true to uaiue. Ornamental Tri es. hruiaud small bruits. I'artiea iulere-ted will l'md it Ueciiiedly to their aiauta3e to -orres-lml vi ilh us. isit the grounds, oue mile west I rhana.oii the Concord Pike, v. bile the trees are in a irrowiuir statu. I'or Pric List Address. C. II. 4 P. Ml Kl-HY. Uoi SIT, l rbana, Ohio. Hua iti. ';i-fc;-.'iiii. GET JOB PniNTKJQ 10NK AT T1IK Urbana Union Ox3ice.