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Agricultural Implements & Stoves.
DETROIT STILEET, XENLV.
EICIIMOND PLOWS (Gencinb),
BAYJrO.VD & ROBERT'S PLOtt
SPADES, FORKS, ic'.
AGENTS FOR TUB
' CELEBRATED WHITELEY
CLOVER, TIMOTHY, HUNGARIAN
AND BLUE GRASS
S E E D S,
constantly' on hand, the
highest market price
in cash paid for
all kind of
FIELD ANO GARDEN SEEDS,
ALSO, DEALERS IN
TIN AVV It, E .
Jefferies & Carey.
GROCERIES AND LIQUORS!
'Opposite tlu old Depot building, Detroit
Street, Xenia, 0.
Ilvnry Farrel take, this method of informing the
citizens of Xenia. and surrounding country, tbat
be ha recently added a great deal to bis former
,. large stock of
'.4 in now. and at all times, prepared t furnish
' customers with the beat of everything in his
' 'ot husinesa, and at the most
; A S O XA BLE FIG URE S.
KMBa OF GROCERIES,
' FUh, Sujur,
Teas of all Kinds, Starch in Large
Raisins, Candies, Soap, Spices, Jtc, &c.
MEAT and FLOUR at all linns for srlc
Also, Buckets, Tuba Baskets.
Brooms. Wash Boards, &c.
All kinds of
Our Stock consists of
Both Foreign and Domestic,
rye. and --
Sold at Retail or Wholesale
All kinds of
Country I? r odu.ee.
exchanged for Groceries ot Greenbacks.
lliTJLUlL'S, PELTS, &c
fnOE UNDERSIGNED, bavin
partner hip in the butchering business, propose to
carry on a
Daily Meat Market,
At the old stand of John Ambuhl,
TS" s.r prepared to furnish, at all hours, the best of
AT LIVING PRICES,
TU best ua!ity of
Always on hand, and fcr sale at the lewost market
N. B. Farmers having FAT CATTLE to dts-
ft i afi will always find a salt for them by calling j
HENNEGER & BRQSIY1ER.
The Xenia Sentinel.
SETH W. BROWN, EDITOR.
Subscriptions to the U. S- 7-30s
Received at the First National Bank.
Feb. 17, 1864. . A. TRADER, Cashier.
' July 4th 76 '65.
Oar readers will find, elsewhere in this
paper, a timely communication from a citizen,
upon the subject of celebrating the approach
ing Anniversary of American Independence.
The writer suggests that a meeting to make
arrangements for the occasion be held at
Firemen's Hall, on to-morrow (Saturday) af
ternoon, at Four o'clock. The suggestion is
eminently fit and proper, and in behalf of
the expressed wish of many citizens, we en
dorse the suggestion, and call upon the peo
ple to respond to it in a manner commensur
ate with the object of the meeting. ,
It is the design of the projectors of this
movement, to have a grand, glorious, patriot
ic, soul-stirring,old-fashioned Fourth-of-July
Celebration, each as the early Guardians of
the Republic though fitting for the great
American Epoch. It is intended to pro
cure an eminent speaker from abroad one
whose name and fame and powers of oratory,
will guaranty to all a splendid Fonrth-of-
July Oration. Then we shall have a Brass
Band, and a Glee Club, and Fife and Drum,
and Flags and Banners, and Wreaths and
Portraits, and Toasts and Speeches. and Fire
crackers and Cannon, and all the occoutre
ments of a patriotic old-time Celebration.
Our friends in the towns and cities of the
State are moving as of one mind for celebra
ting the coming 4th. In Lebanon, in Spring
field, in Columbus, iu Cincinnati all around
us the people 'are making preparations. Shall
we of Xenia stand back while all our neigh
bors move forward to meet the obligations of
the Historic Day ?
We owe it to the sacred memory of our
Fathers who gave us the Day to celebrate
we owe it to the principles enunciated in our
loved Magna Cluvta we owe it to the heroes
living and dead who fought and bled at Get
tysburg re-baptizing anew in precious blood
the glorious Anniversary weowe it to all our
soldiers, and especially to those who will
then be in our midst wo owe it to the Fast,
the Present and the Future of America to
celebrate in ancient style and honored way,
the Nation's Holiday, July Foi'&tu.
Let ushave a rousing meeting at Firemen's
Hid!, to-morrow afternoon. Come one
come many come all !
Returned Soldiers will find it to their ad
vantage to call at Mitchell's Clothing Store,
opposite the Court House, to get a neat, hand
some suit of clothes very cheap. Cull and
Hooven & Sons are now receiving a full as
sortment of Iron, Horse-shoes, Horse-shoe-nails,
Nail-rods and Plow-steel. Their stock
from the best manufactories. They intend
make it to consumers' interest to buy at
their house. Call and examine quality and
The Wheat Crop Injured by Smut and
A reliable farmer informed us a day or two
ago, that the wheat crop, in portions of the
eastern part of this County, is almost a total
failure. The smut and the weevel are both
making dreadful ravages. Our informant
states that many fields will not be worth cut
ting. Everybody needing clothing should patron
ize Mitchell,-as he gives you the worth of
your money and a neat, fashionable suit.
' Head Qpahters COth Reo., N. G. 1
Xenia, Ohio, June 6th, 1S05. J
Commanding officers of Co s A, B, C, D, E,
G, H and K, 6h' Regt., with full com
mands, armed and equiped, for drill and in
spection, are hereby ordered to report at
these Head Quarters, on Saturday, June 17th,
1865, at 10 o'clock A. M. By order of
Col. Commanding 60th Reg't. N. G.
D. P.Jeffbies, Adj't.
Weevel. Public Schools---Examinations.
The examinations of the Public Schools will
be continued on Monday afternoon, and Tues
day, at the Center Building, on Wednesday
at the East Building, and on Thursday at the
West Building. On Friday the Colored
Schools will be examined.
The Exhibition of the High School will oc
cur this (Friday) evening, at Theological
Hall. Admittance 25 cents.
The proceeds, after defraying expenses,
will be appropriated to the benefit of the
Xenia Marble Works.
I have taken the Xenia Marble Works
again, and all wanting anything in my line
of business will do well to give me a call.
Allfcwork executed with neatness aud dis
patch. Orders promptly filled.
W. F. STEEN.
Terrible Accident at Yellow Springs.
It has not been our duty for a long time, if
ever, to record Btich a terrible accident as
that which occurred at Yellow Spripgs, on
last Wednesday, by which a daughter of Dr,
Forsha, nged about fourteen years, suddenly
brought her own life to a ad termination.
We understand that the young lady was in
the act of taking a pistol down from a shelf,
wondering, as she suid, if she "could shoot,"
when the load was accidentally discharged,
killing her almost intantly. The- terrible
event sent distraotioc to the hearts of her
parents, and east a pall of gloom over the
Amusements in Xenis.
Xenia has been well (or badly) provided
with public amusements during the past
A number of persons bearing the formida
ble name of "The Atheneum Dramatic Com-
pany" gave a very indifferent theatrical
spread at McMillan's Hall on Friday and
Saturday evenings of last week, and on Mon
day evening of this. We endured the per
formance one night, but couldn't be induced
to undergo the affliction again. (We admire,
intensely, the conceptions of the critio who
pronounced the entertainment good (!) and
who expressed a desire that the company
should visit the city again ! May the Lord
spare us all I Ihe critic should attend a
City theater, at least onee, and tee a star per
formance. On Tuesday night the original (?) Conti
nentals gave a Concert at the same Hall.
Their musical performances were very good,
but their wit was weak indeed.
The following cases have been decided du
ring the week :
Jones Scott vs. Richard Harrington ; re
plevin ; decision in favor of plaintiff.
S.J. Oakly vs. Peter Stephens; plaintiff
demanded $50 for services in apprehending a
criminal, in 1800; decision in favor of plain
tiff. Henry Buchanan vs. William Lucas ; re
plevin; decision in favor of plaintiff.
City of Xenia vs. George Burke ; disorderly
conduct ; fined nine dollars and costs.
SABBATH SCHOOL CELEBRATION.
The Celebration of the Sabbath School of
colored children, which took place at the
Fair Grounds, on last Tuesday, was a most
interesting occasion. Large numbers of peo.
pie were present, all of whom manifested
great interest in the proceedings. The exer
cises were opened in the forenoon with prayer
by Rev. W. T. Findley, after which addresses
were made by Rev. S. P. Lewis, Rev. Smith,
of South Charleston, Rev. B. W.Chidlaw, and
Rev. Davis, of Xenia. In the afternoon ad
dresses were delivered by Rev. Poindexter,
of Columbus, 'aud Revs. McCaslin and Ken
drick of Xenia. " The mu3ic of the occasion
was excellent, M. C. Allison presiding at the
piano, and Mrs. Hunster singing.
Mr. William Allison took charge of this
Sabbath School seventeen years ago, and from
that time to the present he has been unfalter
ing and constant in his labors for its benefit.
At the time of its commencement it numbered
only sixteen scholars. Now there are two
hundred aud fifty enrolled, with an average
attendance of one hundred and ninety. To
Mr. Allison's unwearied efforts much of the
credit is due for the present prosperity of the
School. He is the great pioneer in the move
ment. The Festival in the evening was a grand
affair, but we have no particulars.
Report of Interments in Woodland Cemetery
from October 13th, 1864, to June
Whole number intered 60;
1st 1885. MALES---AGE.
Males under 1 year, five; from 1 to 5, seven;
from 5 to 10, two; from 10 to 20, three; from
20 to 30, six ; from 30 to 40, five ; from 40 to
50, six ; from 60 to 70, four ; from 70 to 80,
four; from SJ to 90, one. Total, forty-three.
1st 1885. MALES---AGE. FEMALES---AGE.
Females under 1 year, six; from 1 to 5,
four ; from 5 to 10, two ; from 10 to 20, six ;
from 20 to 30, two; from 60 to 70, one ; from
70 to 80, two. Total, twenty-three.
Diptheria, 1; fever, 1; typhoid fever, 3;
croup, 2; sinking chills, 2; still born, 3;
disease of lungs, 16; flux, 1; scarlet fever, 1;
disease of bowels, 1; old age, 3; whooping
cough, 5; measles, 1; diabetis, 1; burnt ac
cidentally, 2; scalded, 1; disease of heart, 1;
dropsy, 2; killed accidentally, 1 ; disease of
brain, 3; appoplexy, 1 ; cancer in stomach; 1;
shot in battle, 2; purpura hemorajica, 1;
disease of spine,l ; explosion of powder mills,
1; unknown, 8, Total 66.
PLACE OF BIRTH.
Ohio, 44; Virginia, 5; Ireland, 3; Geor
gia, 2; Kentucky, 1; Illinois, 1; New York,
1; Germany, 1; Massachusetts, 1; Pennsyl
vania, 3; unknown, 4. Total, 66.
PLACE RESIDENCE AT TIME OF
Xenia City, 28; Xenia Township, 26 ; other
parts of Greene County, 4; Warren Co., 1;
Clinton Co., 1; Clarke County, 1; Hamilton
Co., 1 ; Kentucky, 1 ; New York, 1 ; Indiana,
; Illinois, 1.
Parties calling for orders for interments
will please to ascertain the age, disease,' place
of birth, of the so that a correct
JNO. C. CAREY.
Sec'y Woodland Cemetery.
Court of Common Pleas.
The following cases .have been disposed of
this week :
Charles A. Roosa and others vs. Jesse C.
Alexander. Verdict for plaintiffs $1084,56.
Slate of Ohio vs. Isaac Dingier. Indict
ment for keeping room for selling liquor.
Fine $50 and costs.
The State of Ohio vs. Isaac Dingier, Seven
indictments for selling liqnor. Fine $5
and costs on each.
CELEBRATION OF THE FOURTH
Mr. Editor : The recommendation made by
the Sentinel a couple of weeks since, and by the
Torch-Light this week, in regard to celebrating
the Fourth in this county, meets, so far as my ob
servation goes, with universal favor. It is consid
ered peculiarly befitting and proper now that the
Union is saved forever, and its defenders are re
turning home with the nation's benediction resting
upou them, that, by public demonstration on that
historic day, we renew our homage to the former
and extend a hearty wolcome to the latter. Prep
arations for this, as you state, are being generally
made in the principal counties throughout .the
country. Greene, the banner county In the cause
of the Union, owes it to herself as well as to her
returning soldiers, to bo in the front rank in this
movement. Everybody seems to recognize this
obligation, but the trouble seems to be to got the
matter on foot.
In order therefore to make a beginning, as there
is no time to be lust in mere talk, it is suggested
that as many as feel an intprcMt in this movement, '
and can be present, meet at Firemen's Hall, to
morrow, Saturday at 4 o'clock '. M.,and take such
action iu the premises as is thought hett.
Senia, Jam 15, 1S9. UT'ISS.
j The examinations of the Publio School will
'occur as follows :
I High School, Wednesday, June 14th, at 1
I Lowest Reom, Center Building, Friday,
: June 16th, at 9 o clock.
Miss Ackleson's, Monday, June 19th, at 1
Miss Proctor's, Tuesday, June 20th, at 1J
On Wednesday, June 21st, the examinations
will commence with the lowest room at
o'clock, 2d room at 10J o'clock, 3rd room at
1 J o'clock, and highest room at 3 o'clock.
On Thursday, June 22nd, the examinations
will commence with the lowest room at the
West Building at 9 o'clock. Same order as
at the East Building.
The Colored Schools will be examined on
Friday, June 23rd, commencing with the low
est room at 9 o clock.
The friends of (he schools are respectfully
invited to attend.
The exhibition of the nigh School will oc
curon Friday evening, June 16th. Exercises
will commence at 8 o'clock. Admission 25
GEO. S. ORMSBY, Sup't.
Closing Exercises of the Union Female
The Union Female Seminary, of this cityi
will have the closing exercises of the session
on Thursday and Friday, the 22nd and 23rd
inst. The examination of the pupils will be
held in the Seminary, on Thursday, and on
Friday in the Theological Hall. The com
mencement exercises of the Graduating Class
will be in the Hull on Friday evening, at
eight o'clock. The Musical entertainment
will be under the direction of Professor Fes
senden, who will doubtless make it interest
ing to all. The friends and patrons of the
school as well as the public in general are
invited to attend. Committee."
27" From farmers, with whom we have
conversed on the subject, we learn that the
corn crop is now doing very well. Owing to
the continued wet weather in the Spring
farmers were late in getting their planting
done ; but during tbe last three or four weeks
the weather has been so favorablo being suf
ficiently wet and sufficiently dry that the
crop is growing finely.
The great war just past developed its ar
tists and its pictures, as well as its poets and
its poetry. We were very vividly impressed
with this fact the other day, as we looked at
the beautiful pictures on exhibition in Flem
ing & Herritt's Bookstore.
One fine steel engraving, which we noticed,
bearing this title "The New Era of the
American Nation," is very striking indeed,
being bold, truthful and original in concep
tion, and skillful aud beautiful in execution.
It represents a monument, on the foundatiou
stone of which is inscribed the following:
'The Co.vstitction'al Amendment. Art. xiii
Sec. 1. Neither slavery nor involuntary ser
vitude, except as a punishment for crime,
whereof the party shall have been duly con
victed, shall exist within the ' United States,
or any place subject to their jurisdiction.
Sec. 11. Congress shall have the power to
enforce this article by Appropriate legisla
tion. Jan. 31st, 1S65.'' On the left of the
above is inscribed the following: 'Teace by
Arms Only;" on the right, "Justice to All
Men.' Just above tbe foundation stone, is a
bust of President Lincoln, on one side of
which is a beautiful female figure, represent
ing war, and on the other side a female
figure representing peace. Then, above
all these, is the American Eagle, with this :
"Liberty and Union." The monument is glo
riously wrapped in the Stars and Stripes,
and above all stands tbe Goddess of Liberty.
Another most vivid picture, bears the fol
lowing title: "Sheridan's. Cavalry Forcing a
Pass, iu their Great Raid between Lee's Ar
my and Richmond, May, 1864."
Another most striking picture is entitled,
"Washington and Lincoln." Washington,
serene and glorious, is represented as being
in the clouds, with a wreath of flowers in his
hand, receiving Lincoln, to crown him. What
conception could be more beautiful ?
Another fine steel engraving is entitled,
"Cur great Authors." Every lover of Liter
ature should have it. It has portraits of Ir
ving, Ljugfellow, Cooper,Prescott,Banckroft,
Hawthorne, Bryant, Halleck, Emerson,
Holmes, Whittier, Motley, Willis, Lowell,
Kennedy, Morris, Taylor and Winthrop.
But we can not mention all the pictures to
be seen here. To get a good idea of them,
our readers must visit the Btore. "The Tease"
a mischievous girl tickling another girl
with a straw is true as lifo. "The Tour of
Cupid," in six scenes, is fancy, and probably
good. "First pair of Shoes" is amusing, and
"Whispering Angels" is charming.
Proceedings of the County Convention.
Pursuant to the call of the Central Commit
tee, the County Convention convened at Fire
man's Hall, on Saturday, June 10th, at 1
o'clock P. M. On motion, W. B. Fairchild
was appointed Chairman, and II. Brelsford
Secretary of the meeting. E. S. Nichols
moved that seven delegates be elected to at
tend the State Convention. The. following
named gentlemen were then appointed dele
gates by acclamation : Capt. B. NesDilt, J.
II. Brotherton, Isaac Strohm, Dr. C. H. Spahr,
I. M. Barrett, C. V.'. Dewey, and John F. Pat
ton. On motion the delegates were authori
zed to fill any vacancies that may occur in
said delegation. The following named gentle
men were uuanimously elected to serve on the
Central Committee for the ensuing year:
A. Hivling, A. Trader, M. Barlow, E. H. Mun
gcr, Perry Ilawes, A. M. Stark, Seth W.
Brown, D. McMillan, and H. P. Galloway.
On motion the Convention adjourned.
W. B. FAIKCUILD,
II. rnF.i.sronn, Secretary.
A Profitable Sheep.
Mr. Geo. Canfield, of Xenia, oan certainly
bear off the prize in the sheep business. Us
has a lamb of the Span is"u-Merino stock, which,
at the age of twelve months, was shorn, ma
king a yield oP-welve pounds of good, Sue
woal. Who ca uat this ?
Greens County Monumental Association.
At a meeting of citizens ol Greene County,
held in the Fireman's Hall, Saturday, June
10th, on motion of E. S. Nichols. A. Trader
was called to the Chair, and C. W. Newton
After some discussion, Mr. Fairchild offered
the following resolution :
Rtsu'ctd That it is the sense of this meet
ing that a monument should be erected to the
memory of the fallen braves from our County,
in tbe Court House Square, Xenia. Passed
Mr. Nichols made a motion that a Commit
tee of Inquiry, consisting of five from the city
and township of Xenia, and one from each
township throughout the County be appointed
by the Chair. The Committee's power being
so limited that it heve authority only to get
specifications and learn the cost of such j
monument, and report the same to a county
meeting to be held for that. purpose, at such
a time as the Committee may appoint. Pass
ed. The Chairman appointed the following gen
tlemen on the Committee :
Xenia City and Township . S. Nichols,
Chairman, T. L. Morris, A. Hivling; Frederic
Bonner, and D, McMillan.
Sugarcreek Township Horace Brelsford"
Beavercreek Wm. H. Glottfelter.
Bath J. W. Greene.
Miami J. E. Wilson.
Ross David Paullin.
Silvercreek Samuel H. Smith.
Jefferson Thomas N. Haughey.
New Jasper William Smith.
Cedarville John F. Frazier.
Csesarcreek Paris Peterson.
Spring Valley John H. Daugherty.
On motion adjourned.
A. TRADER, Chairman.
C. W.Newton, Secretary.
Mr. Ira S. Owens, of the 74th, called on us
on Wednesday evening. From him we learn
ed that the Regiment passed Cincinnati, on
Tuesday evening, on its way to Louisville,
where it will probably be mustered out in the
course of two or three weeks.
Capt. Robert Hunter, of the 74th, has been
in the City for several days.
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.
"That's What's the Matter."
The reason of the great rush to Fleming &
nerritt's Bookstore for Wall P.iperand Shades,
is, because they sell cheaper than ony others
in the line so much so that they have 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.
All persons wishing to purchase pianos
organs, or melodeons, will save money by
calling on W. F. Steen. Two pianoes for sale
cheap price $1.60 and $350. Also one piano
style melodeon. $90
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 9ih. Essays by the Graduating Class
at 7 3-4 P. M., Tuesday and Wednesday, June
20th and 21st. .
Dissolution of Partnership.
The partnership heretofore existing be
tween R. S. Finley and J. M. Milburn in the
Drug business hSs been dissolved by mutual
consent. The accounts of the old firm are
made out. Persons indebted will please call
and close them.
R. S. FINLEY.
J. M. MILBURN
On the 13th of May, by G. W. Wright, Esq.,
Mr. JOHN A. SITES to Miss MARY A. HOW
LAN!), all of Greene county, Ohio,
Py the same, on the 12th day of Jane, 186J,Mr.
CHARLES C. AUSTIN and Miss E.VMA F. A.
MILLER, both of Greene couuty.
By tbe same, on the 24th day of June, lit. JOHN
EBERHART and Mrs. ELIZABETH MUNGO,
all of Greene county. . ..
Corrected weekly by H. Carey, St., at Harbine's
Warehouse, Corner Second and Detroit Sit.
XENIA,Thursday evening, June 16, 1885.
Wheat, $' 15
Rye, . , : 10)
Outs, . . . . . . , . . 5t)
Full Barlev. . . . . . . 1 00
Clover Seed, 6 00
Timothy 2 00
White Beans, 2 00
Potatoes t 00
Flaxseed, . .... 1 3.
Bran, . 15
Peaches, . .... 35
Dried Apples, . . . lo
Flour wholesale $5.00
Flour, por barrel, .... S 50
Cheese, . . , . ... . -J
CoflVe, . . .- . . , . 2j.o.)
Sugar, . 2 jio5
FINE MOHAIR PLAIDS,
BROWN AND BLEACHED
RlPFNOrR A REVLl'S.
j rf fr; g T ClTl F.T .
at tbe Cld Stand of Aruos Rogers,
OPPOSITE fUE CtflRT-HOUSE,
Has on hand a good assortment of
Which will be sold
CHEAP for CASH.
FIXE FAXCT GASSIMERES,
SA TTIXETTS, JEAXS,
NEGK TIES, .
and any article in tbe line of
GENTS FURNISHING GOODS.
Also, a nice lot of
SPRING STYLES OF HATS,
which will be sold low.
liiQ-Come, also, and get ANDREW HUTCIIIN
SON to cut out f you ani. e, ueat suit of good
jESfSoldiers will do well to patronize one of
mai21-3m JAMES .MITCHELL.
A PINE ASSORTMENT AT
HARRIS fc CO.'S.
If you want
Tin or Sheet Iron Work Done,
BIGGER & FLEMING'S, DETROIT STREET
$1 Gold and Silver $1
Fine Sii-yer Ware; Elkgant Vest.Gitrb, Nkck,
Fob, and Oetatklai.se Chains ; Patent Hinge and
Oval Band Bracelets, Unique sets of Ladies Jew
elry, Lockets, Charms, heavy Seal Rings, Bronz
Statues, Magic Brooches, Diamonds, Rubies, Em
erulds, Pearls, and Opals sel in Pins, Charms, de
English Silver Oruet Stands, Butter Coolers, Dia
tier and Tea Services, Pianos, Sew in Machines
ttc, ttc.t valued at
ONE MILLION DOLLARS,
will be sold Uyjhe
ISTEW YORK JEWELERS'
One Dollar Each Article,
without selection, and no article to be paid for un
leas perfectly satisfactory.
of rich and valuable articles at one dollar each.
100 fine Gold Chronometer Yatches,
100 fine Gold English Lever Watches, 150
200 Ladies' Gold Enamel'ed Bijou
Watches, (Jeweled Levers,) 1G0
500 Solid Silver Hunting English Pa
tent Lever Watches 40to80
3000 Rich Vest Chains, Drop Ends... 12to7o
3000 Heavy Guard and Neck Chains, 12tot0
3000 Puteut Hinge Bracelets, each... 10to30
3000 Unique Chatelene Chains with
6000 Emeraia.Pearl & Opal Brooches 10to30
6000 Einerald.Pearl&Opal Ear Drops 10to30
7000 Cal. DiiTmond Pius with Chains 10to30
G000 Full Sets of Ladies Jewelry 8to20
50 Silver Dinner Sets lOOtol-50
75 Silver Tea Sets lOOtoloO
3000 English Silver Cruet Stands.... 20lo30
3000 Silver Fruit Urns 15to30
2000 Silver Butter Coo'ers 20to30
1000 Silver Ice Pitchers 50to75
5000 Silver Goblets, Gold Lined 15to20
10000 Gold Pens, Silver Pencil Cases. 4 to 8
5000 Dozen Silver Tea Spoons 15to20
000 " " Dessert Spoons... 20;o3(r
5000 large size Magic-Spring Lockets 10'o20
20 First-Class Sewing M ichines... 40toS0
Gold Fob Keys, Thimbles, Tooth Picks, sets
of Soltair Sleeve Buttons and Studs, Stone
Siit, Large Seal, Signet, Chased and Tlain
Rings, &c, &c.
All of the above extensive stock of fine
Watches, rich jewelry, silver-ware, &c, are
offered by the New York Jewelers' Manufac
turing Association, without exception
One Dollar Each.
The above Association, organized 1855, con
sisting of a combination of tbe largest man
ufacturers, have appoiute i 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, utidistiuguishable one
from another, mixed and placed in a reposi
tory, , without choice, from which they are
drawn as ordered. The sealed envelopes con
taining 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 23 cents each ; on receipt
of the certificates the purchaser ascertains
the exact article ha is entitled to, which he
can obtain upon the return of the certificate
and $1, to the office of the Association. When
certificates cail for articles too large to be
sent by mail, the full express charges must
be forwarded, together with cost of boxing, &c.
Single Certiflcales, 23 Cents Each.
One certificate may obtain you a Goto
Watch?, Service of Stiver Plate, or any other
valuably article. Thrc will be no blanks.
Packages of Certificates
will be sold to Cli bs, Schools, Auents, &c,
at the following rates :
One Certificate, sent to any address by mail,
of. S 0 2.i
5 Certificates 1 00
11 Certificates 2 00
30 Certificate (with premium ! 6 00
65 Certificate ( vith premium ) 10 00
100 Certificates (with premium) 15 00
The agent or getter tip of the Club receives
the above premium presents free, with each
package of Certificates bought.
Perfect satisfaction guaranteed in all oases.
Goods not pleasing the tnstes 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 loss than liv arc ordered at a time.
Agents will collect 25 cents for each Certifi
cate und remit 15 vents to us.
Large orders lor packages of Certificates or
Articles from Stkuolt, Clubs, the Army, &c.,
should be sent per Express. Drafts payable
to our onlei, or "'.( Ojtice Monty Orders,"
should be procured.
All orders must be addressed to
Jewelers' Manufacturing Association.
JEW ELK US' liLll.DlM;, I
Corner Naesau ami Ann Sts., New York. '
AI.KKKD KKIGIITKLY, 1
lii-ji i P,rrctr- '
MAPS! MAPS! MAPS
OF THE UNITED STATES,
SHOWING the new State of Nevada and Territo.
r, ui .uonuina, continuing a copy of OoL Trum
bull's .Signers of tbe Declaration of Independence
List of battles of tbe Present War, Population of
the United States, is Counties.
Size, 44x45 inchea. Mounted oa Rotters. Seotoa
receipt of $1 50.
Map of tho CTorld,
ON MERCATOR'S PROJECTION,
Showing the recent Arctic and Antarctic Discove
ries. The Ports, Lines of Travel, Interior Tr
ding Towns and Posts accurately laid down. The
Map is engraved on Steel, highly embellished, and
mounted in the best stvlr.
Size, 30x44 inches. Sent on receipt of (3 00.
A Historical and 3Iilltary Map
The Border and Southern Sates,
Containing, on a lar;e scale, the entire territory
embraced in the Rebellion, locating the Battles and
Skirmishes of the War. encased in a neat Pocket
ca.-e; to which is added, in Book form, a Sketch
of Too Hundred Battles. Soldiers, Marines and
Civilians should have it. Sent on receipt of Me,
OIL MAP OF OHIO AND TIEGLMA,
Acknowledged by those interested in Oil Stocks
aud Lands to be the best yet published.
Pocket form. Sent on receipt of J 00.
Fur the above and many -other Popular Works
i5.Send for a Catalogue, wuh terms to Agent.
Orders may be sent to Aiiericax ADVKSTIsiKa
Ags.icy, 389 Broadway, New York.
; CAYLOED WATSOX.
SUCCKSSOU TO FlUP Watsou,
16 Beekman Street, Hew York.
a CAR SO II,
WHOLESALE AXD RETAIL
R O C ERS
T E A. S ,
GO TO CARRUTHERS CARS03T.
TO CARRUTHERS A CARS02T.
QTIEEH S WARE,
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OP
GOAL OIL LAF,l?Sj
ALL FOH SALE CIIEAP IOR CASH
Oil COUNTRY FRODUCE. ...
PLEASE GIVE US A CALL. .
DIARIES TOR 1835.
JtVEMLE AXD GIFT BOOKS.
BIBLES AND HYMNS.
In Velvet aud cheaper bindings.
very full assortment of the above at ' r
General Butter in dew Orleans,
By Tarton. Muslin, $2i '
LETTERS TO THE JONESES
By Timothy Titcomb; S1.25.
By Miss rrtscoU; $1.60,
For sale by
Harris fc Co. '
A. SURE CUR5.
EVERYBODY is being cured of this distncelng
1 disense bv tbe use of
Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy.
Riad whiit a sufferw ays :
Mr. J. P Hnsartle, ltM Sccunrj street, Cincinnati,
Ohio, says he h;w le a dreadful sufferer with Piles
a long ttm, haa tried nearly everything,
could obtain no relief, lid used about OO
. fourth ol pot of Dr. .Strickland- Pile Ointment,
it uindo a complete cure. II o advisos everj
who is suffering to try it.
Sold by alt DruL'ifi't. 50 cent per pot Mana
f:u tured al Nj. 6 Imul iwjurth ttrcet, Ciaoinoati, O.
Strickland's Pilo Remedy
Koiuembcr, t the ign of the
BIO COFFEE POT
the"plac to buy not "CHEAP TINWARE", kut
Good Tin Ware and SIotcs,
Cheap for Cit'h.
M'K.FR i FLEMING,
Pctfiit .-irf.-(, Xenia. Ohia.