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FOULLY ASSASSINATED, APRIL 14, 1865.
[From the London Punch.]
Tom lay wreath on murdered Lincoln'!
Tern, wh with mocking pencil wont to
Eroid for the elf-enmplacent British sneer,
Hi length of shambling limb, his fur
Hii i gaunt, gnarled hands, his unkempt, hris
- Uing hair,
His garb oneouth, his hearing ill at ease,
His lack of all we prixe as debonair,
Of power or will to shine, of art to please.
Tou, whose smart pen backed up the pencil's
Judging each step, as though the way were
Eeckless, so it could point its praragraph,
Of chiefs perplexity, or people's pain.
Beside this corpse, that bears for winding
The (tart and stripes he lived to rear
Between the murders at his head and feet
. gay, scurril jester, is there room for yen
Tea, he had lired to shame ma from my
To lame my pencil, and confute my pen
To make me own this hind of princes peer,
This rail-splitter a true-born king of men.
My shallow judgement I had learnt to me,
Noting how to occasion's hight he rose,
How his quaint wit made home truth seem
1" more true, ,
How, iron-like, his temper grew by blows.
How humble, yet how hopeful, he could be;
How, in good fortune and in ill, the same ;
Nor bitter in success, nor boastful he,
Trusty for good, nor ferviah for fame.
He went about his work such work as few
Ever had laid on head and heart and
As one who knows, where there's a task to
Han i honest will must Heaven's good
grace command ;
Who trusts the strength will with the burden
That God makes instruments to work bis
If bat that will we can arrive to know,
Nor tamper with the weights of good and
Bo he went forth to battle, on the side
That he felt clear was Liberty's and
As in his pleasant boy-hoed he bad plied
His warfare with rude nature's thwarting
The uncleared forest, the unbroken soil.
The iron bark that turns the lumberer's
The rapid that o'erbears the boatsman's toil,
The prairie, hiding the ma led wanderer's
The ambushed Indian, and the prowling
Such were the needs that helped his youth
. .to train ;
Rough culture but such trees large fruit
If but their stocks be of right girth and
Bo he grew up, a destined work to do,
And lived to do it: four long-suffering
Ill-fate, ill-feeling, ill-report lired through,
And then be heard the hisses changed to
The taunt to tribute, the abuse to praise,
And took both with the same unwavering
Till, as he came on light, from darkling
And seemed to touch the goal from where
A felon hand between the goal and him.
Reached from behind his back, a trigger
And those perplexed and patient eyes were
Those gaunt, long-laboring limbs ware laid
The words for mercy were upon his lips,
- Forgiven in his heart and on his pen,
When thin rile murderer brought swift
To thoughts of peace on earth, and good
will to men.
The Old World and the New, from sea to
37tter one Toice of sympathy and shame !
Bore heart, ao stopped when it at last beat
Bad life, cut short just as its triumph
A deed aecarst I Strokes hare been struck
By the assassin's hand, whereof men
. . doubt .....
If more of honor or disgrace they bore ;
feat thy foul crime, like Cain's, stands
Tile hand, that brandest murder on a strife,
t "WWe'er its grounds, stoutly and nobly
And with the martyr's crown, crownest a
With much to praise, little to be. forgiv
Wit and Humor.
f9Fiften Mormon girls hare threatened
to sue Artemus Ward for breach of promise
of marriage. They say the excuse he offers
that he has already one wife, is ridiculous ;
some of their half-brothers, they plead, have
from twenty to thirty wives, and are 'still
Eaf'My boy, might I inquire where
Crossman & Co.'s drug store in?" Urchin
(very respectfully) "Certainly, sir." Old
gent, (after wailing awhile) " Well, sir,
where is it?" Urchin "Haven't the sligh
test idea, honor."
3r-Ttarlilnra ar ntirlv Irtet Ia lb re
'ftnement of sentiment, for the following toast
was given by one of them at a public dinner
"The ladies, sweet briars in the garden of
,-. tgHarry Turn married a cousin of the
- Mm nam When inLfrrnpAfAl an til whv
he did so, he replied, "that it had always
been a maxim of bis, that oue good turn de
" serves another."
-tSfAn artist in this city painted a dog so
atural, that the animal had the hvdropho
hi a during the hot weather. He's the same
nan who painted a copy of a beer bottle with
- such skill, that the cork flew out, just as hs
was finishing it.
lS"In the midst of a stormy discussion, a
1 gentleman rose to settle the dispute. Wa
ving his hands majestically over the excited
disputants, hs began, "Gentlemen all I
want is eostmcn sense " "Exactly, that is
precisely what you tfe want f said Jerrold.
. The discussion was lost in a bust of laugh
Mr. Nssby "Makes a Delegashun uv Hisself
an Visits the President.
SAINT'S REST. (Which is in the stait uv Noo
Gersey,) May 15, 1865.
Ail the suits uv the North, and the heft
uv them recently subjugated, all the Socie
ties, Associashuns and Churchis that ever I
heard uv hsv seat detegashuns for the purpus
of volunteerin 2 advise bimess, I elected
myself a delegashun, borrered a clean shirt,
and traveled 2 Washington. I wux announst
ex " a delegashun from Noo Gersey,T' and
wut to wnnst ushered in 2 the presents.
"Wber is the delegashun T" ejakulated
the President; "hurry em up, for I have
thirteen more to reseere this afternoou."
" Androo Jonson," said I, impressively, "I
represent Noo Gersy, a stait that hex just
dun honour to the deceest PresydentJ1
" Troo," returned he ; " sieh staits honor
patriots after they're dead."
"I resent the insinooaehun, with skorn.
Ei proof of the murder .uv the President
rung the popular heart uv Noo Gersey, let
me say sir, that the Camden and Am boy
Drcktures, at a meetin called for the purpus,
absolutely votid 2 carry the corps of the de
ceest Presydeut over the road for half fare !
a honor never be4 akordid to eny livin er ded
iudividjooal. But let that pars. Noo-Gersy
needs no speshl pleeder. Tber she stands.
Look at her ef you bev a myeroscope.
" I cum, Androo, ex a originel Dimocrat,
who, whatever uther sins he may hev com
mitted, never skiatcht his tikkit or dilootid
his whisky. In behalf of the Dimocrisy I
" Ei hex been menshund 2 yoo wunst er
twict, a immense responsibility rests on yoor
sholders. The Suther staits struggled fer
their rites, but were sqelcbt. They fought
like heroes, but fell, becox uv overpowin
numbers sgin em. The're down yoor iron
heel is on 2 their necks. What will yoo do ?
Will yoo grind em, er will yoo be magnani
" Wunst we wuz a happy nsshun, and we
kin be so agin it rests with yoo. Yoo must
consiliate the 1imoerisy. Our party north
is magnanymus. We stand reddy to fergive
yoo fer havin drafted us, fer bavin taxed us
to support an unconstooshunel war, provid
in yoo 11 stop now. Woo our Suthern breth
erin back with jentle words. They air a
high-spiritid and sensative race, that kin
never be subjoogatid. Take em agin to yoor
buxxum,and dont humiliate them by degradin
eondishns. Give em a chanse 2 fergive us
fer whalin uv em. Restore ther niggers.pay
ther war debt, invite Magoffin and Vance and
Brown and the rest uv the Guvners back 2
their various capitols give Lee and Forist
and Boregard their posisbnns in the regular
army, and penshun the disabled confedrate
Ther musn't be no hangin. Too've got
that unfortnit staitsman, Davis he fell in 2
your hands becox he wux ignorent uv the
style uv yoor(laite Likin's)minyuns. He mite
have knode that the sojers never seed a wom
an takin to the woods without chasin her.
But he must not be hung, Democrisy looks
upon the matter thus :
" Yoo cant hang a man fer conspirin agin
the Guvernment onless he taiks up arms.
" Ef a few take up arms, it's only a riot,
and no hangin matter,cept when Abilishnists
like John Brown do it. In sich cases, hang
in is alius in order.
'Ef a number of staits do it, it's revo
looshen, and them ex yoo capcher must be
treeted ex bellyjiggerauts, and primers uv
"This wood probably satisfy the South.
At the North, less is requwired. The
Dimocrscy is eesly consiliated. Give our
leeders enuff uv the offiisis 2 support em,
with the privylege uv maoagin things 2 soot
us, and the trouble is ore. On them terms
we'll support yoor Administrashen, or any
other uian's, corjerly and hariily, and peese
will agin wave her white pinyuns over the
land, and will continue to wave sm ontil the
Suthern heart is agio fired.
" I hev dim Noo Gersey hex spoke.
" I rather spect my words will bare froot.
Look out far a change uv policy.
" Petroleum V. Nasbt,
J' Lait Paster uv the Church uv the Noo
A Scotch parson once preached a long ser
mon against dram drinking, a vice prevalent
in his parish, and from which, report said,
he was not free himself.
Whatever ye do brethren, do it with moder
ation; and above all, be moderate in dram
When ye get up, indeed, ye may lake a
dram, and another just before breakfast and
perhaps another after.but dinna always be
If von are out in the morn yon may just
brace yourself up with another dram, and
perhsps take another before luncheon, and
some I fear take one after, which is not so
blameable; but dinna be always dram drink
ing. Naebody can scruple for one just before
dinner, and when the desert is brought in,
and after it is taken away perhaps, and, one
or it may be twa in the course of the after
noon, just to keep ye frae drowsyiog or
snoozing, but dinna be always dram drink
Afore tea, and after tea, and between tea
and supper, is no more but right and good,
but let me caution you, my brelhern, not to
be always dram drinking.
Just when you start for your bed, and worn
ye're ready to pop into 't, to take a dram or
two is no more than a luristian may lawfully
But, brethren, let me ciution you not to
drink more than I've mentioned or may be
ye may pass the bounds of moderation.
A few days ago a young school mistress,
in this countv, was taking down the names
and ages of her scboolars, at the commence
ment of the term. She ssked a little white-
headed boy, " Bub, how old are you ?" He :
My name ain't Bub, its John," " Well," said
the school mistress, " what is the rest of your
name?" "Why, that's all the name I've got,
dist John." " Well, what is your father's
name? "You need nt put pap s name down;
he ain't eurnen to school any; he's too big to
go to school. "Well, how old are you?
"I ain't old at all, I'm young 1" Clermont
ttf31iWe read that there is a cockney youth
who, every time he wants to get a glimpse of
bis sweetheart, cries "tire! directly under
her window. In the alarm of the moment
she plunges her head out of the window and
inquires " Where ?" when he'poetically slaps
himself on the bosom and exclaims, " 'Ere,
my Hangelina I"
B"3J A lady meeting a girl who had lately
left her service, inquired :
" Well, Mary, where do you live now ?"
" Please, ma'am,I dWt live nowhere now,"
rejoinded the girl ; " I'm married 1"
lQyA writer in Blackwood says: "When
people want to speak of a native of Holland,
they call him an Amsterdam Dutchman, but
when they speak of one of the German race
generally, they leave out the Amstcr."
A Scotch woman havin?; invited a gen
tleman to dinner on a certain day, lie ac
cepted with a reservation : "If I'm
spared." "Wee, weel," said Mr.-. Robin
son, "if je be dead I'll not expect je."
B.SciKSis Mayor's Court. Man up for
being drunk. " What's your name ?" " Cain,
sir." " Are you the man that slew Abel?''
"No, sir, 1 am the man that was tUvcd! '
In one of the Mexican monasteries were
lately found the remains of fifteen young
women. Some of them bad been killed
by blows ou the bead.
RAILROADS AND MARKET.
Railroad Time Table.
Night Express, 1.16 am
Columbus Accommodation $-23 am
Mail and Accommodation 12.34 am
Cincinnati Express. 4 40 p m
Night Express 1.04 a M
Cincinnati Express. ... ... 8.28 a m
Mail and Accommodation 12.05 p m
Columbna Accommodation. ... 7.20 pm
FOR DATT02J & RICHMOND:
Night Express. 7.15 A m
Second Train 8.10 am
Day Express 4.40 pm
First Train .30 A M
Second Train 7.20 p m
For Cincinnati, at 4.50 A. S.05 A. m., 3. r.
and 6.40 p. m.
For Springfield and Sandusky, at 8.40 a. m. and
8.10 p. m.
Trains Arrive at Dayton
From Cincinnati, at u.u A. m., 5. p. 11 ., 7.45 p.m.,
and 12.25 A. m.
Wholesale and "Retail!
If you want to make a good investment of' "ur
Greenbacks and Country Prod
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If yoo. want the BEST BRANDS ef -
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GO TO WILSON'S.
If yoa want
COAL OIL LAMPS
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For Sale by all Druggists, and manufactured only
J. B. Murphy, Main Street,
Fleming & Bro., Detroit Street,
Out of Prison.
Down in Tennessee.
bryant's thirty poems.
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THE ADVERTISER hvins; been restored to
health in a few weeks, by a very simple rem
edy, after having suffered Several years with a se
vere lung affection, and that dread disease, Con
sumption, is anxious to make known to his fellow
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To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the
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Will fiud a SL'RB CL'RE KOR CoNSDWPTIOM, AsTnMA,
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Parties wishing the prescription will please ad
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is the place to bay
Good Cook Stoves and Tin Ware
Kvrrv thing sold Warranted to givo satii faction.
Call and Pay Up.
All persons indebted to John Fleming A Co.,
will confer a favor bj settling up 00 sight. Some
accounts have been standing too long already, and
' wcrd to the wise issufScient.
Xtnla. Jan. li, lfl,.tf
A FARM FOR SALE
AT A BARGAIN!
NE of the best Farms in Greene county, con
350 ACRES OP CHOICE LAND
situated 2 1-2 miles sontb-west of Jamestown, on a
direct State road from Xenia. 9 miles east. It is
well watered by a branch of Ctesarscreek running
through it, and also springs and welis. About two
hundred acres are under cultivation, the balance
one two-story Brick, two Orchards, a large frame
Barn, Ac: All will be sold together, or in two part
to suit purchasers. It will divide well into two
Farms. Come and see. For terms or details, a
ply on the premises, or write to
Mar-tf. E. NEA L, Jamestown, 0.
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. RENT OF QUARTERMASTERS,
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Time, Labor, Clothes and Money,
It is easily and firmly secured to the tub
or washing machine, and will fit tubs of any
size or shape.
It is SIMPLE IN ITS CONSTRUCTION,
and does not easily get out of repair It is
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But the cog-wheels give it a power which
renders it a
MOST EXCELLENT YASIIER,
Pressing and separating as it doe3 the dirt
with the water, from the clothes.
ANY WASHERWOMAN CAN USE IT.
A Child Ten Tears Old can Work It.
It will save its cost every six months in
THE SAYING OF CLOTHES.
We have seven sizes, from S5,00 to S30.
The ordinary family-sfzes are No. 1, 10, and
No. 2, 7.jiL.se have
O O Gr-'W 3HE E E L S ,
and are Warranted in every particular.
This means, especially, that after a few
months' use, the lower roll
WILL NOT TWIST ON THE SHAFT,
And tear the clothing, as is the case with our
No. 3 and other Wringers without Cog-wheels.
In onr monthly sales of over 5,000, only
from one to two doion are without Cogs. In
our retail sales we have not sold one in near
ly two years! This shows which style is ap
preciated b7 the public. This is the only
Wringer with the
PATENT COG-WHEEL EEC UL AT OK,
And though other wringer makers are licens
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liconsed to use the Cog-wheel regulator.
Therefore, for cheapness and durability, buy
Universal Clothes "Wringer.
On receipt of the price, from places where
no one is selling, we will send the U. C. W,
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CIGARS of my own manufacture constantly
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FRESH 8AITHME OYSTERS
ALWAYS ON HAND, AND SEKVED IP IN
THE LATEST ASb BEST STYLE.
kinds of tiVJMli:
n ITS PROPER SEASON.
MEALS SEETED TJP AT ALL H0UES,
ACCORDING! TO ORDER, AND THE
BEST THE MARKET AFFORDS.
LL AND SEE.
BIBLES ! ! DI3LES ! !
A LARGE VARIETY IS
For sale by
o5 F. HARRIS & CO
An Elegant Novelty in Watches.
TilE casosof this Watch, are an entirely ew
invention, composed of six different metals
combined, rolled together and planished, produ
cing an exact initation of 13 carat gold, calleJ Ar
cana, which will always keep its color. Tbey are
as beautiful and durable as solid gold, and are af
forded at one eighth the cost. The caae is beauti
fully designed, with pane! and shield for name,
with Patent Pufh Pin, and engraved in the exact
style of the celebrated Gold Hunting Levers and
are really handsome and desirable, and so exact an
imitation of gold, as to defy detection. The move
ment is manufactured by the well known St. Jimer
Watch Company of Europe, and are superbly fin
ished, having engraved pallet, fancy carved bridg
es, adjusting regulator, with gold balanced, and
the improved ruby jewolled action with line dial
and skeleton Viands, and is warrauted a god time
keeper. These watches are of three different sixes,
the smallest being for Indies, and are all Hunting
eases A case of six, will be sent by tuail or Ex
press for $125.00. A single one sent in an elegant
Jorooco case for $25.00 ; will readily sell for three
times their cost. Wo are the sole agents fortthis
watch in the United States, and none are gonuine
which do not bear our trade mark.
PEVAUUH A CO.t Twpowtftis.
fcM0:3m 15 Mainden Lane, AKW Y0KK.
TO NERVOTS Sl'FFLREHS.
A Gentleman, cured of Nervous Debility. Incom
petency, Premature Doiray, and Youthful Error, ac
tuated I y a desire to benefit others, wiil be happy
to furnih to all who need it, free of charge, the
recipe and directions f r making the siinpto remedy
used in his ease. Sufferers wishing to profit by
the advortisem bad exnrieuoo, and possess a sure
and valuable remedy, can do so by addressing hiiu
at once at his place of busincs. Tho Recipe and
full information of vital importance will bo
cbor fully dent by return mail.
JOyX B. OGPEy,
No. 6ft Nassau Street, New York.
P. S. Nervous Sufferers of b th lexas will Cud
this iuforniiitii n tLraluuM.
cc9 -3 m.
DRUGS AXD MEDICINES,
"I pat-m ftia eoitncti wr mtoi.
For Ike whole boniiilea Cwtimt oon.
have been introduced to the public for mort
than six years, and have acquired an
far exceeding any Family Medicines of
iimilar nature in the market.
An' appreciating public was not long ia
discovering they possessed remarkabla
and hence their
and consequent profit to the Proprietor, that
enabling him to expend
of dollars each year in advertising theii
merits, and publishing the
which have been showered upon him from
The peculiarity of the
"E00 "?YYVV$.fcY CUY YvW
is that they strike at the root of Disease,
by eradicating every particle of impurity
"XY W. "Soo,
for the life and health of the body depend
upon the purity of the blood.
If the blood is poisoned, the body drag
out a miserable existence. These wedicinet
, Fever and flgue,
St. Jlnthony's Fire,
OUE person writes, her daughter was cured
of tits of nine years' standing, and St Vitus
dance of two vears.
ANOTKEft writes, his son was cured
after his tlesh had almost wasted away
The doctors pronounced the case insura
ble. ANOTHER was cured of Fever and A piO
fter trvimr every medicine in his reach.
ANOTHER was cured of Fever Sor
win.1- bn'I existed fourteen years.
ASvfHER of Rheumatism of eight year.
Cases innumerable of Dyspepsia and Liver
Complaint could be mentioned in which tho
Puritier and Pills
are the most active and thorough pills thai,
have ever been introduced.
They net so directly upon the Liver, excit
ing that ornan to such an extent as that the
system dues not relapse into its former con
dition, which is too apt to be the case with
simply a purnativo pilll
They are really a
"BVoo ga "Lus-cv "VvW,
which, in conjunction with the
will cure all the iSrenentioned diseases,
and, of themselves, will relieve and cure
Colia (Pains, Cholera Jtforlus,
Indigestion, (Pain in the Rowels,
Try these medicines, and you will nerei
Ask your neighbors, who have nsed them,
and they will say they are
and you should try them before going fer
Get a Pamphlet or Almanao of my local
agent, and read the certificates, and if yoa
have ever doubted you will
BovviX io ViOvC.
As proof Ihut the Blood PuriHer nd Pills r punlf
Tgetal-le, I hav. thi certificate, of those eminent cbw.
bu. Professors Cliiltos of -S. Y., ud Locke of CiDO.Mlt.
Read Pt. Bnbark's Sjwdal Uotlres and CertiUcates pn
Ifohrd in conspicuous part of this Paper free Sjom to
Price of the SeandinarlAO Vegetable Blond PnrlBer, fl
per bottle, or $. per li.ltdi.fn. Of theScandinaTian Veg
etable Blood Pilla, cents per box, or 6 boxes for 81.
Office and Msnnfivetorr, OS. 56, 68, 60, and C2 Eats
Third Mreet, Uucinnati, O.
FOR SALE BY
J. n. ML R PHY, Xenia.
JOHN F. PATTOS, Xenia.
J. FLEMING & 11KO., Xenia.
Bogle A Ustick, Celarville; Silas Hal, Bell,
brook ; Anderson A Hand, Clifton : G. L. A S. W.
Mussey. Oshorn : W. S. Scndder, Eairfield ; JI. O.
Adnrns & Hro., Jamestown; Jones A Bjrd, Sprrng
Valley ;M. J. Ennis Bjron; Jas. Benedict, Til
'ow Springs ; And by drutccijtsand Merchants gen
erally through! the I'nited States and Canadas.
Formerly Xenia Branch Bank.
PAID UP CAPff U $I20,0QQ
A. ITIvllnjjc. Tpeslflct.
V. 'i'rndor, C-mer.
JoHtAxitaxy, Samvel Pvtkiiu-g,
A. TbaPKB, A. II. BilSHSAI,
Tliis Vnk is now in operation, nl is pre
pared to receive deposits, make collection,
discount acceptable paper, and do all busin
ess pertaining to hanking.
Banking House, samns formely occupied
by the Xenia Branca Bank, corner Pttr"it
and Second streets.
A. TRAPKR, Cashier.
I OFFER at PRIVATE SALE for a few eek
the following property :
On Barrett l root, a Itrick IIu-.e IS hy 30 ft.,
three stories hih, now, well finished, with a L i
75 feet h 200 foot drop ; sui l Hons rente ftir t2
dollars per annum; also, aijoinir.g S frame Houses
IS by 3d feel. Lots f 0 bv 200 deep; alsu 12 Lots on
the same street, ailjoiuing the above, 60 feet by low
feet bu.'k. Tliese Houses and Lots are well sitna
ted, being within one hundred yards of the passen.
ger depot, and will always be in demand when iu).
proved, for dwellings for the employees of the rati -road,
and others wi;hinj t re.'iio swr that grry.
tharoughfji-t. . " iMVjn ! ASK.