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Agricultural Implements & StoTes.
DETROIT STREET, XEXIA.
RICHMOND PLOWS (Gencise),
RAYMOND & ROBERT'S PLOW
SPADES, FORKS, ie.
AGENTS FOR THE
CLOVER, TIMOTHY, HUNGARIAN
AND BLUE GRASS
CONSTANTLY ON HAND. THE
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE
IN CASH PAID FOR
ALL KIND OF
FIELD MD GARDEN SEEDS,
ALSO, DEALERS IN
TIN WA It E .
JefTeries & Carey.
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS!
typottte the old Depot huildinj, Detroit
Street, Xcnut, 0,
flvnrT Fa rr el taVet this method of informing the
.titans of Xeaia, and lurrou tiding country, that
ba baa recent! j added a great dead to hit former
large stock of
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS!
An J it onw, and at !1 times, prepared to fnrnisb
Lit erutmners with the best uf everything ia kit
Vu of bajiuesa, and at tlx mast
ALL KINDS OF GROCERIES,
Teas of all Kinds, Starch in Large
Raitint, C.tnduct. Soap, Spices, dee., &c.
MEAT and FLOUR at all timis for srle
Also. Buckets, Tubs Baskets,
Brooms, TVash Boards, &c.
All kinds of
Our Stock consists of
Both Foreign and Domestic,
Sold at Retail or Wholesale
All kinds of
.xchanged for Groceries or Greenbacks.
MEATS, IIIDES, PELTS. Ac.
B. HENXEQER. R. BROSMER.
rpHK UNDERSIGNED, baring entered Into
partner hip in the butchering basinets, propose to
carry on a
Daily Meat Market,
At the old stand of John Anibuhl,
We ie prepared to furnish, at all hours, the best of
AT LIVING PRICES,
lbs best euality of
Always on hand, and for sal at the lewest market
N. B. Farmers having FAT CATTLE to dis
use of, will always find a sale for them by calling
HENNEGER X BROSMER.
The Xenia Sentinel.
SETH W. BROWN, EDITOR.
Subscriptions to the U. S-7-30s
Eeceived at tLc First Kational Bank.
Feb. IT, 18G4. A. TRADER, Cashier.
A AlfBEKTici Wasted. A Boy from
sixteen to twenty years old to learn the
jewelry business. Enquire at this office.
"That's What's the Matter."
The reason of the great rush to Fleming &
Herritt's Bookstore for Wall Paper and Shades,
is, because they sell cheaper than ony others
in the line so much so that they hare order
ed a fifth supply, to arrive in ten days. New
and splendid patterns, ten per cent cheaper
than ever offered in Xenia. Give them a call
and be convinced.
There will be a Grand Masonic Celebration
on the Fair Grounds, at Xenia, on Saturday,
June 24th. An address will be delivered by
Rev. C. A. Felton, of Columbus. The music
of the occasion will be furnished by the Xenia
Glee Club, and by the Cornet Band of Spring
field. Dinner will be prepared, on the ground,
by Mr. Currie, of the Xenia Depot
The exercises of the day will doubtless be
very attractive and interesting.
The Old Continental Quartette.
This troupe will give a Concert at McMil
lan's Ilall.io Xeaia,on Tuesday evening, June
13th. It is composed of the genuine, origi
nal, Continentals. This ftct alone is suffi
cient to draw the very largest audience. The
printed programme, for the entertainment on
Tuesday night, promises unusual attractions,
and there will doubtless be a large turn-out
of the music-loving public. Let all attend.
8,The Atheneum Dramatic Company
which has been giving delightful entertain
ments in Dayton for a week or two put, is
to be at McMillan's Hull, in this City, on
this (Friday) evening, and also on to-morrow
(Saturday) evening. It is composed of good
performers, many of them from the best the
aters in the country.
Dr. Wiley, Editor of the Ladies Repository,
will deliver the annual address before the
Luchnaphian Society of the Xenia Female
College, in the First M. E. Church at 8 P. M.,
June 9lh. Essays by the Graduating Class
at T 3-4 P. M., Tuesday and Wednesday, June
20th and 21st.
Mr. J. B. McRPiir has erected a beautiful
Soda Fountain in his Drugstore, and on lust
Monday afternoon he consecrated it to its pur
poses by giving a free, and we may say deli
cious, treat to all passeis-by. In this hot,
oppressive weather, nothing can excel, in its
reviving quality, a cool glass of excellent
soda. This house will doubtless be a fashion
able resort during the warm summer months.
Mr. John Martin, the gentlemanly clerk, will
ahv.iys be on haud to please.
Dissolution of Partnership.
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween R. S. Finlcy and J. M.Milburn in the
Drug business has been dissolved by mutual
consent. The accounts of the old firm are
ade out. Persons indebted will please call
and close them.
R. S. FINLEY.
J. M. MILBURN.
The business will be continued by R. S.
Finley under the name ef R. S. Finley & Co.
The new firm hope to conduct the business
with such care and discretion as to merit a
The stock is full; all the leading articles
were bought at the reduced prices aud will be
R. S. FINLEY & Co.
t3"A distressing accident occurred, on
Tuesday, on the Railroad between Xenia and
Dayton. A Mr. McCormick, who was em
ployed in repairing the road, while in the
act of coupling together a couple of freight
cars, was badly and dangerously injured in
the abdomen. We are informed by Dr. Mar
tin that his recovery is doubtful.
JSyFLEjnso & Heeeitt are selling a vast
amount of wall paper, the reason being that
their patterns are the most beautiful and their
figures the lowest in the Xeuia market.
B5S,On Monday morning, about five o'clock,
a fire broke out in a barn belonging to Judge
Winans, on Second street. The fire compa
nies arrived so quickly on the spot that the
flames were arrested in their progress before
even the roof was burned off. ' It is reported
that the building was fired by an incendiary.
Ourcitizens certainly have reason to congrat
ulate themselves upon the possession of such
prompt and excellent fire companies. If
proper alarm is given no fire can do much
damage in Xeuia. Our companies, we think,
are unusually efficient. They deserve much
tgk,On last Sunday a young boy of Xenia,
truant like, went off to the woods on a hunt
ing excursion. lie managed to get himself
inextricably lost, and after groping till dark
in the forest he struck a public road and star
ted in the direction of Wilmington. Some
person met him, and, taking him np in a
spring-wagon, carried him to Xenia. During
the day those who were seeking him were in
formed that he had fallen into the river and
was drowned. Of course this report gave
rise to much anxiety. There are many "fast"
boys in Xenia, who seem to be under subjec
tion to no proper authority. A great respon
sibility rests upon parents.
3.Mrt. Ann Elizabeth Euglish, daughter
of Lawrence Wagner, sexton of the 1st U. P.
Church, died very suddeuly on Wednesday
evening. Il'ir sickness was not of moro than
thirty minutes duration. We have not learn
ed the particulars.
The Mayor's Office.
Our citizens may well congratulate them
selves upon the efficiency of the city govern
ment of Xenia. The way offenders, law
breakers, and wrong-doers generally are
brought to justice is very gratifying to all
but the guilty parties. A day or two ago,
through the courtesy of the Mayor, we were
permitted to examine the record of our City
Court It showed very plainly that offenders
in Xenia, who knowingly and intelligently
violate the peace and order of society, may
expect to be dealt with by our city authori
ties in a manner that justice and a determi
nation to preserve good order dictate.
Several important eases were disposed of
last week. In the case of the State of Ohio
against Thomas Scurry, for assault and bat
tery, the defendant plead not guilty, and was
recognized to appear before the Court of Com
In the case of the State of Ohio against W.
LHumpston, charged with obtaining money
from W. A. Hightour under f-lse pretenses,
the defendant was acquitted. This case was
tried on last Saturday. During the progress
of the trial a very interesting and lively epi
sode transpired. Mr. J. A. Sexton and Mr.
riugh Carey were the attorneys in the case.
Their swords were bright, and, lawyer-like,
they were indulging in lively repartie. But
the respective clients did not feel so good ua
tured. They felt belligerent, and warlike.
Mr. Sexton's client, anxious to assist his prin
cipal, assaulted Mr. Carey with a chair. The
latter gentleman defended himself as well as
might be with a chair also. At this stage of
the proceedings Mr. Carey's client entered
the ring, and the two clients took their case
in their own hands, and proceeded to settle
it in a vigorous and summary manner. Scraps
of broken chairs flew through the air like
bullets on a battle-field. After quite a little
trial of muscle, the parties were separated,
and the legal trial again commenced, not,
however, until the parties the clients had
each been fined five dollars for bad behavior
and contempt of Court.
Ia the case of the State of Ohio against
George Seldomridge, Samuel Seldomridge,
and William Seldomridge, for assault and
battery, each of the defendants wag fined
seven dollars and costs.
Festival at Trinity Church.
The Strawberry Festival, at Trinity Church,
on last Friday night, was a delightful enter
tainment The attendance was not numer
ous, but was sufficiently large, however, to
insure good financial returns. Strawberries,
ice-cream, lemonade, candies, cake, etc., were
in abundance, and could not fail to please the
most fastidious epicurean. The tables were
spread in the lecture room, the front room
being used chiefly for promenading. The
evening passed off quietly and pleasantly,
and all went away highly satisfied with the
1st. U. P. Church Festival.
The Festival at Theological Hall, on Tues
day night, given by the young ladies of the
1st C. P. Church of Xenia, was a grand suc
cess. The Hall was beautifully decorated
with arches of evergreens, the Stars and
Stripes, choice Sowers in great profusion,
portraits of prominent characters, and other
not less plcasiDg attractions. The room was
filled to almost its utmost capacity, aud the
crowding, surging mass of joyous people ate,
drank, talked, laughed, and, what was better
than all, spent their money freely. Every
body was pleased with the entertainment.
Among the many attractions to be seen,
was a relic of antiquity in the form of a mu
sical clock, which was one hundred years old.
Mr. John Blessing now deceased carried it
to this country from Virginia, many years
ago, paying the expenses of his traveling
with the receipts made by the music.
We understand that the receipts of the Fes
tival amounted to about $300.
5 The County Convention meets in
Xenia to-morrow. We hope there will be a
large delegation from each Township in at
tendance. SWhat was formerly the Barr building,
but what is njw the Arnold building, oppo
site the Court House, on Main street, is un
dergoing many repairs. The building is, also,
a short time, to be extended back to the
rear of the lot, thus making the lower rooms,
at present occupied by Nichols & Black's Clo
thing store, J. B. Murphy's Drugstore and
Fleming & Herritt's Bookstore, long and com
modious. We hope Mr. Arnold will soon make
this improvement. It will add a little, at
least, to Xenia business room. We need a lit
tle capital judiciously invested in Xenia in
the way of building. We need more dwel
ling bouses and more business rooms. Rents
are too high by fifty per cent In fact thero
are times when houses can not be rented at
any price. If mercantile rooms were obtain
able there would soon be more business done
in Xenia. We sincerely hope Mr. Arnold
will soon make the contemplated improve
ment, and that other men of capital will make
ISsyFor several days past our people have
been enjoying (?) a season of exceedingly
hot weather. The mercury has stood, on an
average, (in the middle of the day) at about
ninety degrees. Such weather is enough to
test the endurance of people living in this
temperate climate. If the heat shall increase
in intensity regularly from now until the mid
dle of August
"Then flames above, around, below,
Will make this world a stage.
Such as no other age
Has given to try men's souls."
J25?We publish in to-day'i Sentinel a new
advertisement of the Drugstore of R. S. Fin
ley & Co. This is the old stand of J. F.
Patton; and it maintains its reputation for
safety and reliability. The public may ex
pect prescriptions to be properly filled in the
future as in the past, as there is no change
in the clerkship of the establishment.
We are under obligations to Mr. D. B. Tif
fany for a late copy of the Nashville Union;
also, to Mr. James Mitchel for a late copy of
the New Orleans Timet.
Desirable Building Lot for Sale.
I will sell LotXo. 10, in Leaman's addition
to the city of Xenia. It is a beautiful and
well located Lot for building purposes. Terms,
Cash. J. G. FEURLE,
LETTER FROM JAMESTOWN.
JAMESTOWN, June 5, 1865.
Last week the temperance men of our vil
lage, gave further evidence of their determi
nation to keep the "ardent' ' out of oar midst,
by raising a subscription of $400 and buy
ing real estate, which was about to be sold
to a stranger who intended to convert it into
a drinking saloon.
It is getting quite dry here. The weather
is getting dry, and our old time topers are
dry, which drouth causes the Criminal Dock
let to ''slumber in the dust " on a secluded
corner of the shelf, uutouclted, Uncared fur
This part of Greene County will probably
be largely represented at the County Conven
tion on next Saturday. If there is any man
in this part of the County who desires the
nomination of John Brough for Governor I
have not beard of him. All with whom I
have conversed oa the subject are opposed to
his nomination. And while the people here
think they have abundant reason to
believe that Brough is wrong in the " back
part" of his head; many of them have a
lurking suspicion that Anderson has a screw
loose in the "front part :' of his head. As far
as I have been able to ascertain, the people
here desire the nomination of honest old
David Todd. They supported Brough two
years ago because they thought him the most
available man as against Yallandighxm, or
in other words they believed be could carry
more democrat votes than Todd, he (Todd)
being then considered by many of the semi
loyal democrats too hard a shelled abolition
ist to be entitled to their support All of our
party knew the terrible consequences which
must inevitably follow the election of al
digham and all seemed ready to make any
sacrifice to prevent it We had no objection
to Todd's administration. He had fully sus
tained his loyalty and patriotism. We beard
no one complain that he lacked executive
ability. His honesty was proverbial, and
from hit heart there gushed forth a stream of
admiration for, and devotion to our brave
soldiers in the field ; and his ear was ever at
tentive to the complaints of their (too often
neglected) families at home.
I do not presume to trespass upon your
time aud space, by writing a history of Todd's
administration, but before dropping the sub
ject, I cannot refrain from mentioning one of
his noblest qualities a quality in which,
(judging from the many complaints we hear,)
we should suppose Gov. Brough is sadly defi
cient namely: In his office, Todd welcomed
alike the rich and poor, the high or low, in
military rank or civil, station. The accom
plished and the uncouth : all classes found
him courteous, communicative and devoted.
Kone were so poor or so humble that he
spurned them indignantly from his presence,
or heaped prjfaue or vulgar epithets upon
them. He was the friend and counsellor of
the poor, the afflicted and the humble. This
trait of character, which made our late lamen
ted President so immensely popular with the
people, was prominent in the conduct of Da
vid Todd. OLD FOGY.
Of course " Old Fogy " hag a right to have
his " say ;" but his abuse of Gov. Brough,
and his advocacy of the resurrection of David
Todl sound Tjry strangely to us. EJ.
Camp of Tna 74th Reoihext, 0. V. I.,
r, D. C.,
31st, 1365. J
Jcar WASHISGTO.V ClTT,
Editor Sestisel : In the Sentinel of May
26th appeared a letter written by myself, dated
April 20th, in which I said, in reference to the
consolidation with Iho 69ih Ohio, that "it was all
done in order to gratify the wishes of one man,
that he might be promoted to the Colonelcy."
Now, lest some of your readers might infer that I
had reference to Maj. Fisdley of ths 74th, I deem
it but justice to the Major to suite, that no allusion
was made to him whatever, but to the Lieut Colo
nel of the 69th Ohio. I do aot wish to be under
stood either, that we bad any unfriendly feeling
toward the 69th. I am happy to state that consol
idation has not taken place. We a.'e still the 74tb
Ohio. I have the honor to be, yours 4c,
IRA S. OWENS.
Public Sale of Land.
I will offer at Public Sale in front of the
Court-Home, on Saturday, June 10th, 1865, at
2 o'clock, three and one-tenth acres land, with
improvements, on the Cincinnati Pike, near
A. W. Starks, and which was formerly a
slaughter-house. Terms, one-half cash, and
balance in one year; defered payment to be
secured by mortgage on the premises.
J. W. KING, Auctioneer.
Corrected weekly by H. Carey, St., at Harbine's
Warehouse, corner Second and Detroit Sts.
XENIA, Thursday evening, June 8, 1865.
Wheat, V 25
Fall Barley 1 00
Timothv 2 00
White Beans, 2 00
Potatoes, . ... . . ... t 00
Flaxseed, . .... 1 35
Shorts, ' 25
Peaches, . .... 35
Dried Apples, . ... 16
Floor wholesale JS.00
Flour, per barrel, .... $8 50
Coffee 2 b-
Sugar, . 2-I&35
Arrival and Departure of Mails.
Eastern Cnlnmbus Mail errives . . 7.03 A M
Eastern Columbus ami Way Mail arrives 4.35 r M
Western Davton Mail. . . . " . 11.55 a m
Western Indianapolis Mail. " . 8.00 A H
Northern Springfield Mail . . " . 8.00 A M
Northern Springfield and Yellow Sorings4.I5 r x
Southern Cincinnati . . 8.23 A n and 7.05 r M
Southern Cincinnati and Way Mail . 11.59 r u
Eastern Co! umbos leaves at 8.2S A nd 7.20 r
Eeastern Columbus snd Way Mail at 12.N5 p a
Western Dayton A Indiaoapulis at . . 7.16 A M
Northern Springfield at 7.20 P
Northern Springfield A Yel. Springs at 8.30 a u
Southern Cincinnati at 7.16 A u
Southern Cincinnati A Way Mail . at 4.40 p h
Jamestown Mail, arrives daily except Sunday
at 10.00 A M., and leaves at 2.00 r .
jSf Letters should be at the Office one-half
hour bjfjre the t'.mo of departure.
Departure. WM. LEWIS P. M.
Purchase this Spring.
MLAST 19, 1865-
CREAT BARGAIN? IX
One of the largest and best stocki of
In the city, embracing all the new and beautiful
SILKS OF THE SEASON.
Great Fall in Gold Goods Based
At the Cash Store of
Will be found a very larso stock of everything kept
in a First Class Stoi-.r.
PRIXTS, GIXGIIAM3, SHALLAS. SILKS
BOMBAZINES, BERAGES, GRAPE MA
RETS, LUSTERS, LACE VEILS, all
grades and prices of GLOVES,
FRENCH and AMERICAX
a superior assortment, HOOP SKIRTS, Du
plex and the New Invented Eliplic ; with a
full stock of other good makes.
Men and Boys' Wear,
HATS AND BONNETS
For Ladies and Misses.
"iSAll the above will be sold for Cash at Small
Profits. Gome and see us.
may 19 A. TIIIRKIELD.
$1 Gold and Silver $1
Tixz Silvbr Ware; El kg ant Vest.Ctrb, Neck,
Fob. and Ohatblaine Chains; Patent Hinge and
Oval Band Bracelets, Unique set uf Ladies' Jew
elry, Lockets, Charms, heavy Seal Rings, Brotu
S tallies, Magic Brooches, Diamonds, Kubies, Em
e raid., Pearls, and Opals set in Pins, C bar ins, (to
English Silver Cruet Stands, Butter Coolers, Din
Her and Tea Services, Pianos, Se icing Machines
Ac, tc, valued at
ONE MILLION DOLLARS,
will be sold by the
NEW YORK JEWELERS'
One Dollar Eaea Article,
without selection, and no article to be paid for on
leas perfectly satisfactory.
of rich and valuable articles at one dollar each.
1U0 fiue Gold Chronometer Watches,
100 fine Gold English Lever Watches, 150
200 Ladies' Gold Enamelled Bijou
Watches, (Jeweled Levers,) 150
COO Solid Silver Hunting English Pa
tent Lever Watches $40to80
3000 Rich Vest Chains, Drop End3... l-2to75
3000 Heavy Guard and Xeck Chains, 12to60
3000 Paleut Hinge Bracelets, each... 10to30
3000 Unique Chatelene Chains With
C000 Emerald, Pearl & Opal Brooches 10to30
6000 Emerald,Peari&,Opal Ear Drops 10to30
7000 Cal. Diamond Pins with Chains 10to30
6000 Full Sets of Ladies Jewelry 8to20
50 Silver Dinner Sets lOOtoloO
75 Silver Tea Sets 100tol50
3000 English Silver Cruet Stands.... 20to30
3000 Silver Fruit Cms 15to30
2000 Silver Butter Coo'ers 20to30
1000 Silver Ice Pitchers 60to7o
5000 Silver Goblets, Gold Lined I'tb20
10000 Gold Pens, Silver Pencil Cases. 4 to 8
5000 Doien Silver Tea Spoons 15to20
5000 " " Dessert Spoons... 20to30
5000 large size Magic-Spring Lockets 10to20
20 First-Class Sewing Machines... 40tos0
Gold Fob Keys, Thimbles, Tooth Picks, sets
of Soltair Sleeve Buttons and Studs, Stone
Set, Large Seal, Signet, Chased and Plaiu
Rines, &c, &c.
All of the above extensive stock of fine
Wi.tcb.es, rich jewelry, silver-ware, &c, are
offered by the New York Jewelers' Manufac
turing Association, without exception
One D ollar Eac li.
The above Association, organized 1855, con
sisting of a combination of the largest man
ufacturers, have appointed a Board of Direc
tors to supervise the proper distribution and
sale of their whole Stock of Rich and Costly
Ware, without reserve,
Eminently Proper for Family Use
which will be disposed of on the following
Liberal Terms; 1,000,000 certificates, bearing
upon their face the names of the articles as
above enumerated, are each enclosed in plain
envelopes, and sealed, undistinguishable one
from another, mixed and placed in a reposi
toiy, without choice, from which they are
drawn as ordered. The sealed envelopes con
laining certificates marked with the name of
the article, descriptions, and marked price,
it entitles the holders to, will be sent by mail
to any address at 2-3 cents each ; on receipt
of the certificates the purchaser ascertains
the exact article he is entitled to, which he
can obtain upon the return of the certificate
and SI, to the office of the Association. When
certificates call for articles too large to be
sent by mail, the full express charges must
be forwarded, together with cost of boxing,&c.
Single Certificates, 25 Cents Eacn.
One certificate may obtain you a Gold
Watch, Service of Silver Plate, or any other
valuable article. There will be no blanks.
Packages of Certificates
will be sold to Clubs, Schools, Agents, &c,
at the following rates ;
One Certificate, sent to any address by mail,
of. S 0 25
5 Certificates 1 00
11 Certificates 2 00
30 Certificate (wilh premium) 6 00
65 Certificate (with premium) 10 00
100 Certificates (with premium) 15 00
The agent or getter up of the Club receives
the above premium presents free, with each
packns8 of Certificates bought.
Perfect satisfaction guaranteed in all cases.
Goods uot pleasing the tastes or fancy of our
customers will be exchanged free of cost.
Agents and others will be allowed 10 cents
on each Certificate ordered by them, provi
ding not less than five ore ordered at a time.
Agents will collect 25 cents for each Certifi
cate and remit 15 cents to us.
Large orders for packages of Certificates or
Articles from Schools, Clubs, the -flrm.v, &c,
should be sent per Express. Drafts payable
loourordoi, or "Post Oiice Money Orders,"
should be procured.
All orders must be addressed to
Jewelers' Manufacturing Association.
Corner Nassau and Ann Sts., New York.
President Board of Directors.
A FINE ASSOHTMLNT AT
HAARIS & CO.'S.
at the Old Stand of Amos Rogers,
OPPOSITE THE COUBT-nOUSE,
Has on hand a good assortment of
Which wi'.l be sold
CHEAP Tor C-A.SII.
FIXE FAXCr CASSI.VERES,
and any article in the line of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
Also, a nice lot of
SPUING STYLES OF HATS,
which will be Sold low.
.Come, also, and get ANDREW nUTCHTN
SON to cut out for you a oi'-e, neat suit of good
?' Soldiers will do well to patronize one of
mar21-3La JAMES MITCHELL.
Extraordinary Announcement !
Purchasers Can avail themselves of ths
LAST HEAVY DEOLISE Iff PBI0E3.
lilERRlSTSlxiE & CO.,
would announce to Iho public that having mado
their purchases since the latest decline in prices,
they will be preaped to offer
A L arg and Splendid Stock of
DRESS GOODS & CARPETS
AT STILL FUBTHEB REDUCTION.
We are enabled to do this from the fact that we
purchased our stock during the latest severe panic,
at from 20 to 30 per cent less than others bought
theirs; who made earlier purchases. We offer
PRINTS, PAST COLORS, - 18c.
MUSLINS, - - - 25c.
MUSLIN DELAINS, - 80c.
in new and beautiful styles.
in new and choice colors at
7oc, 87c, and. $LOO;
worth two weeks since,
l.OO, 1.23, .TSTiD l.SO.
Choice New Style Dress Goods
A.t Similar Ilcductlons,
Purchasers will obtain some idea of the
that has taken place during the la.it fortnight, bj
examining our Stock.
FO'W 13 THE TIME EOS
MERRICK, McCIiTJRE & CO.
mar31 tc Main street, Xenia, O.
HEW SPRING DR1 GOODS, &C.
Bought since the great fall in Gold and Cotton, at
RIDEN0UR & BEALL'S.
Hosiery, Gloves, Shoes, Hats,
A fine line of
Cassimere and Men's Wear,
of all kinds, at
KIDEXOT7R & BEALL'S.
FINE MOHAIR PLAIDS,
BROWN AND BLEACHED
EIDEX0CR & BEALL'S.
Balmorals, Hoop Skirts,
RIDENOUPw & BEALL'S.
Shawls, Ginghams and Ghscks,
HICKORY TOWELLINGS, &C.
RID EX OUR & BEALL'S.
CALL AND SATE YOUR JI0XEY.
If you want a
Good Clothes Wringer,
One that will pay for itself in six months in saviag
Clothes, go to
BIzger & Fleming's Store and Tin
Store, Detroit Stmt,
and get one and try it, If not satisfactory return
DR. TUCKER has returned from Europe,
and resumed pnclice.
DB TUCKEU "ill be at Xenia (Ewing
liouse) Monday, April 4th. Ho has now
visitel Xenia over six years, and will con
tinue, llis farmer success is a sufficient
guarantee for the future.
DR. TUCKER' cures all curable diseases
of the Throat, Lurips, aud Chest; also al
diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Heart, Kidney
and Bowels; and all eruptive diseases of the
DR. TUCKER is a regular (traduate it
medicine has attended the Colleges and
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