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Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. , RB1V, t:.v.'r. ;;.f..B.lB.B, l.Han." pcrxaT. S.oAaa S r l!.Sa T.ilA "iocmnaU til- Mail Accommodation. . tlamtua AccoaMBOdatioa- 8 ;.i a m. 12.21 r. . C.i j r X- Columbus Trans. ? akuivp.. JT.cU Ex- ri. C, H. D. R. 3.42 . Ciacisnati Exprce. . . 3.4 r. JUUand Accommodation. . 1..Z0H. Cidaoas Accommodation. 1.36 A . 1 :5am . :s a a i:.3pii 7.10 r a Dayton Trains. ir.r.ixx. Jugbt Express. ; . - 1.18 a. fwnd Train. 12.19 I . ti.v r.irm?!. . i I T.0U u. nrr-aar. S.i-i a a 7.45 a a A passeneer" train arrives from Richmond (via Daytoe A Westers B.) at -2J r. . Springfield Trains. 7 ABBIV.- MM". Tint Train T-4i a 8-3 Trains Leave Dayton -for Cineinsafi; it 4.60 i. 1,8.05 t,lf-, "tgTd d Snda-'ky,at 8.10 .'. '! . tUO p. . . . Trains Arrive at Dayton Irea Cincianati, at A. 5. r. , l. ., and Ti25 a. . Arrival and Departure of Mails. Arrivals. ... Falters) Colimbos Mail wri . . S 50 A Fjutern Colnmbcs and Way Mail arrives 43 r a astera Dayton Mail. 12-W r a W (tra rindianapol" Mail. " SortberB'tSprinKfiJ Wail . . . . 7.45 A a Northara Springfield and Yellow SriDp ,3.40 r a 'Honibern Cincinnati . . 8.21 A a and 6.5j r a 8alhern Cincinnati and Way Mmi . 12.-4 r a Departures. Fait Colombo leaves at S.:B A a d 7.10 r a Eeastero (Columbus and Way Mail at 1130 r a Wrn (Dayloa ft Indianapolis at . . ' A a Xerthern Springfield at .... . 7.10 A a Northern Springfield A Tel. Springs at 8..W A a Southern Cincinnati . . . at Southern Cineioaati A Way Mai! . at J.48 r a Jamestown Mail, arrives daily except SnndayJ at 10.45 A a., and leaves at 1.30 r a. - pS Letten should be at tha Offioe ona-balf of WM. LEWIS, P. M. Local Department. Ail notices and advertisements for the Eextixel should be brought to the office by noon on Monday, as we shall hereafter go to press on Monday evening, in order to supply bur city subscribers early in the morning, and send our papers out in all the early mails, bur friends will please bear this in mind, and ij.-iug in their notices and advertisements ae-kirdingly.- U. S. 10-40 Bonds, f Bcarir-g interest at fiTe per cent; Interest and rrincipal payable in gold. Bonds 5j0, $100, -$500, T-OOOj fcc. We are receiving subscriptions for the infe Bonds. NUNNEMAKER & ALLEN. :ipril 4, 180i.. no21-lw J. B. Mi-kfbt, the enterprising proprietor of the City Prug Store, No. 5, Main street, is always fully. np to the demands of trade. He has on hand s most complete stock of ev ery thing in his lino of business, which he is jp spared to exchange for greenbacks on the most reasonable terms. Read his advertise ment. T.emeusber the place, Ko. 5, Main treet, Xenia, Ohio. "The New Nation." This is the title of a new political, mili tary and literary Journal, published in New York. For sale by Fleming k Dean, No. 4 tast Mttin street, Xenia, Ohio. New Music. We iar received from John Church, Jr tensie publisher, 60 West Fourth street, Cin tcitmati, the following 'eboice pieces of music : ' Thine Eyes ny Lev" words by Mariana toster; mnsic by Jnlia'n Menoi. ' ; Lieutenant General Grant's Grand March'' dedicated to tie hero of Vicksburg. - . Millinery. W direct especial atteutSon to the advertisement of Mrs. LedbeUer, in to-day 'a paper. She is pre pared to give complete accommodation to all whe favor her aith patronage. Give her a ealL Silvercreek Election Returns. R. E. Allen, of Jamestown, has our thanks for sending us the election returns of Bilver ereek township, which will be firqod in to- Uay's paper. ; of of Xenia Soldiers' Aid Society. The Xenia Soldiers' Aid Society will meet t the residence of Mr. F. Harris on Thnrs dar evenine of this week. " All are invited to attend. H. M. KING. Secretary. Wa Bublish to-day the adveriiscment of "Hoover & Son's, successors to D. R. Ebright & Bros, in tho hardware business. Read the Advertisement and give the new firm a call." , Young Thieves. Three boys, William Delchart, Morris Quirk and Patrick Quirk, not one of them over four teen years ef age, are now in jail, to appear in Court to answer for some bold thieving on last Thursday night. These boya, as we learn from Mayor Wright, nave been committed to Jail three timet within the last two months, and every time for stealing. - Should they continue the practice of their calling, they will certainly become proficients in the art before they are v-ery old men. They were re leased from confinement on last- Thursday inorning, sad that night they first entered the grocery of Carruthers 4 Carson, helping themselves to some change which had been left in the drawer, and also to as much candy as tbey desired tS carry. They tooklhe back door key from this establishment, and made use of It in entering the grocery of James Hoyle. After this they went to the meat store of Henneger & Brosmer, where they stolen two-dollar counterfeit biU. - Fast-boy most certainly. . . . a old of United States Sanitary Commission. . . - - To give some little idea of the immense amount of articles donated by patriotic aid societies and individuals to the Sanitary Com iniaiioa, for the benefit of soldiers, we quote the following list of articles seel to the Cin cinnati branch for the week ending April 6 : 16 comforts. 13 pillows, 1,093 prs socks, 239 shirts, SS0 towels, 165 han.lkcrchiefs, 6 dresflrrg gowns, 8o cushions, 63 housewives, 13 slings, 6 brls onions, 2 boxes lemons, 26 lbs dry beef, 23 books, Vti paper, 3 kegs pickled cabbage, 4 lbs bops. 31 lbs dried corn, i lb soap, 101 blankets, 18 sheets, 211 prs ilrawers, 69 pillpw eases, 123 cans and jars fruits, 85 prs slippers, 3 bottles wines, 9 pin cushions, 1,851 lbs dried fruits, 190 lbs maple ugar, 5 doten dishes, 105 lbs raga and band ages, 2 reams paper, 2 brls. potatoes, 13 lbs butter, 1 lb sage, 1 crock pickles, 2 lbs dry toast. no ta one he was on Promoted. Captain George A. Barnes, eon of Sheriff Barnes, baa been commissioned as Major in the regular array. He is a proficient officer, and i fairly enticed to the honor. - Tha Sher iff has famished at a letter from Major Barnes. from whirh w make an extract. Th letter la dated near Hainea Bluff. MissUaippi. March 28, 18C4: 'Our orders assigned us to a pecial poi tion, tut onr situation was so exposed, that took it open myseir.the next day, U move the ref iment to a more farorable position, an I bar kept the men at work day and night fgrti'ying. In the course of a day or two the place will be strong enough for ns to protect ourselves against any force which the enemy can bris' araiost os. Tea will infer from my letter thai I am in command of the regi ment. So I have been nntil this evening, when I was relieved by the Lieut. Colonel, who did not come np before on account of be ing sick. The Colonel himself has been ah sent for over thirty days. I was promoted to Major of this regiment last week, upon the recommendation of Gen Hawkins, and am to rank as such from the 17th of March." Xenia Township Election. In our extra last week we gave the result of the Corporation election of this city, as follows: Mayor. H. B. Guthrie. Maishal Hesekiah B&ily. Solicitoi M. Barlow. COUNCIL. 1st Ward D. Millen. 2d Ward-J. C. McMillan. . 3d Ward J. B. Canithert. 4Lh Ward D. Rader. The following is the result in Senia town TRUSTEES. James McHenry.- .. 448 James A. Scott. 336 James B. Monroe: 3-50 Aniel Borers. 271 James W. Harper. ' 2 )0 Daniel Martin. 173 CLERK. Wm. H. Wilson. . . 348 John C. Carey. - 278 TREASURER. Samuel J. Ridenour. 630 ASSESSOR. Luther Hayes, - . 2' Robt. Jackson. 137 Andrew McDaniel. 132 M.F. .60 CONSTABLES. Jacob ITarnar. " 90 James Forbes. " 679 Letter from Jamestown. Jamestown, April 7, 1864. Edttok Sextisel:' It may interest some of the readers of your paper to hear from Jamestown on?e more. On Monday the 4th inst., our township election for Silvercreek came off. The authorities of our town were vigilant and kept all whisky shops closed up for tlte day, while not a drunkard loitered on her corners and at eve all de parted in peace to carry the glad tidings 'nary Butternut elected to-day." The result of the election was as follows: TRUSTEES. Joseph Mires, Thos. J. Stinsori, Wm. Turner, . A. J. Christopher, no. L. McKillip. ll. T. Moorman, 13fl 135 103 52 81 Tl Assessor. Wm. G: Baker, ' Samuel L. Blain, 04 - 72 TREASURER: Morris Sharp, M. O. Adams, - 105 Go CLERK. John W. James, M. R, Stinson, 122 40 CONSTABLE: P. 6. Moorman, E. L; Browse; .'. , ' . .'7 D. J. Browder, 137 -;?7 31 Leander Jenkins, ... iteipeotfully submitted, R. E. ALLEN, Tp. Clerk. Southward. With the close of the war the Star of Empire will take its course for the South. The deserted plantations will have to be cul tivated by Northern hands, and Yankees will South to establish trade and make money. following is from the Cincinnati Gaiette Friday: " We learn that Wm. R. Ratterson, of the Adams Express Company, and W. T. Perkins, Third Street, have completed arrangements for opening the First National Bank in Knox T i lie, Tennessee and this is only one of many business firms leaving our city for the land promise in the New South. ' The SrsixoniLD News Mr. Quincy A. Petts, of Boston, Mass., boa been added to the editorial staff of the Springfield News. The News is a live paper and the new editor will undoubtedly add to its value. Rain and Hail. During the day and evening of last Friday there was a copious and continuous fall of rain in this vicinity. By the following from Gazette of Saturday morning, it appears there was a heavy hail storm in the even ing at Cincinnati: A hail storm of almost unprecedented se verity was precipitated upon us last evening, between eight and nine o'clock. It lasted some ten minutes, covering the pavements with icy balls the size of large marbles, since which time, as well as before, a great deal of rain has fallen. Fighting Facts for Fogies. In an article on Fighting-facts for Fogies, writer in the Atlantic Monthly give's the following about American Generals: "American military history is favorable to Generals. Washington was in his forty fourth year when he assumed command of the Revolutionary armies, and in his fiftieth when he took Yorktdwn. Wayne and he and Greene were the only two bt our young Gen erals of the Revolution who showed decided fitness, for great eemmahds-. ; Had Hamilton served altogether in.)he field, his would have been the highest military name of the war. The nbstird jealousies that deprived Schnyler command in 1788, alone preTented him from standing next to Washington. He was upon forty-four when he gave way to who ws forty-nine. The military rep utation of both Schtirlsr ail Hamilton has been most nobly maintained by their livin deacendauts. Washington was called Jo the command of American fbrees at sUfy-ix, when it was supposed that th French-would attempt to invade the United States, which shows that the Government of that day had prejudice against old General. . General Jackson's great Louisiana cam paign was conductod when he was nearly forty-eight, and be was, from almost ur.inter mitted illness, older in constitution than in rears, liafl ucncrai ecrti nacr means at ins disposal, ire should have bssn able to point a young American General equal to any who is mentioned in history; butour ppr forbade him an opportuuUy fit frar worthy of his genius. As a veteran leader, was most brilliantly distinguished. Ho in his sixty-first year when he set out his memorable Mexican campaign, which was an unbroken scries of grnnd operations splendid victories, eucli as' aro seldom to he - in do in be found in the history of war. General Taylor was in his sixty-second year when the Mexican ur began, and in less than one year be won the battles of Palo Alto, Rcsaca de la Palma, 'Mantcrey and Buena Vista. .. The secession war has neen conducted by elderly or middle aged men. General Lee, whom the world holds to have displayed the most ability in it is about fifty-six. General Rosecrans is forty-four and General Grant forty-two. Stonewall Jackson died at thirty seven. General Banks is forty-eight; Gen. Hooker forty-five; Gen. Beauregard forty-six; Geo. Bragg forty-nine; Gen. Burnside forty; Gen, Gilmore thirty-nine; tie. Franklin forty one; Gen. MagruJcr fifty-three; Gen, Meade forty-eight; Gen. Schuyler Hamihoa forty-two; Gen. Charles S.'Hamilton forty; and Gen. Foster forty. Gen. Halleck is forty eight; Gen. Longstreet is forty. The best of the Southern cavalry leaders w.as Glen. Ashbv, who was killed at thirty-eight. Gen. Pherps is fifty-one; Gen. Polk fifty-eight; Gen. S. Cooper sixtv-eight; Gen. J. Cooper fifty-four, and Gen. Blunt thirty-eight. The list might be much extended, but, very few young men woule be found in it or very few old men either. The best of our leaders are men who have either passed beyond middle life, or who may be said to be in the enjoyment of that stage of xistenoe. It is so, loo, with the rebels."- Newspaper Quarrels. The Wetlfm Star, published at Lebanon, Ohio, makes the following aensible remarks in regard to the quarrels of the Gazette and Commercial of Cincinnati; . - It is a great pity that two prominent Cin cinnati dailies, the Gazette and the Commer cial, can not live together in peace. It is al most impossible to look through the columns of either without finding charges of gross misconduct or great stupidity against the other. How much troth there ia in these charge's, on both sides, wa do not propose to inquire. If we believe the Lommersial, tne Gazette has long forfeited all claim to respec tability, and if we credit the tiazette, the Commercial has lost all sense and decency. The editors seem to think it a great thing to throw dirt at each other, but has it ever oc curred to them that however interesting this sort of business may be to them, it is simply dissustine to the great mass of their readers.' Is there not room , in tne yueen i,ity oi tne West, with her two hundred thousand inhabi tants.fortwo Union morning dailies '-metro politan" at that, to exist and prosper with out constantly beliteling themselves by most unbecoming and undignified squabbles and quarrels? For shame, gentlemen! II you can not control your mutual jealousies and bickerings, at least do not parade them every day in your editorial columus to the exclu sion of other matter more Interesting and profi- tatbie and less nauseating to your patrons. The Sentiment in Europe. The Paris correspondent of the New York Times, contributes the following interesting statement of European sentiment Concerning our National affairs: The indulgence you show to open enemies in your midst is a standing subject of wonder abroad. A leading Northern politician, who has done more to cripple the President in his efforts to put down the rebellion than any other one man North or South, goes to Wash ington and is invited to the White House, and when his wife gives a soiree she is able to display ostentatiously on her table a bouquet marked with the name of tho wife of the President! A lot of wealthy secessionists have collected in New York, and there under your noses, and through the medium oi two or three complaisant journals are spreading treason abroad through the state, preventing enlistments and stirring up disaffection and revolt; " And yet Jo'u toil on against these ad verse influences, and affect to believe them harmless. The country is full of foreign wri ters, paid exclusively to write you down on all subjects and nuder all circumstances, no matter what may be their own convictions or how you may treat them personally, and yet you even court these gentlemen, and, by your kindness furnish them opportunities to plunge the dagtrer deeper iiito your heart. Lately a distinguished Senator introduced the able correspondent of the vilest of the Secession st papers of London to the president and lauy at the White House, and all Europe at this moment is laughing over the humiliating cari cature which this writer drew of the Presi dent and his lady, and of the manner in which they received him. , The amount of matter which is now pub lished in Europe against the cause of the Union is beyond belief. There never was a cause so systematically written dewn-s-never a cause around which were encircled so many political and mercenary motives of abuse as this one; for its success destroys tne anxious political hopes of the government classes of Europe, and ruins toe pockets or Lite becess ionists themselves, and of a larger number of vmpathizing speculators than has ever be fore been interested in foreign war. Nine men out of every ten in England wish the rebellion success and believe in its success. while in France a vast majority see no hope for a reestablishment of the Union: so that when the rebellion is finally put down, as it must be, there will be a larger astonishment among mankind, a greater snaKing among aristocratic fossils of Europe, a more convuls sive grasping at empty pockets, than it has yet been given to man to see. COMMERCIAL. Xenia Market. Corrected weekly by H. Carey, Sr., at Harbine's Warehouse, corner Second and Detroit Sts: XENIA, Monday Evening, April 11, 1864. GRAIN MARKET. Wheat, $1 10 ore. - 75 nckwhgat, . ;;' - . -' TO Rye, . . ; . . . . s. .- . . . - . 1 15 Oats 65 arley. . . . . . . . 1 00 Clover Seed, .. ...,825 imothy, : 2 503 00 White Beans, 2 OO Potatoes SO Flaxseed, 2 00 RETAIL MARKET. Butter, . . ." 30.15 . 15 15 . 18(3,20 ."10 12 5 . 12 6 006 25 Lard, . Peaches, ried Apples, . Hominy, . Rice, ... Flour, per barrel, Cheese, . Coffee, . Sugar, . , . 10 . 3S10 : . 1623 2. A Remedy; ron Piles. It is a blessing the suffering to know that we have an ef fectual cure for this truly troublesome dis ease. Mr. J. P. Haiarde, of 1G4 Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio, takes great pleasure in in forming all who are suffering with piles that used a small quantity of Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy, and it effected a permanent cure. This seems to be the case with all who1 make use of this splendid preparation: It is man ufactured at No. 7 East Fourth street, Cincin nati, Ohio, and sold by all Druggists: MILLINERY Ms rs. Ledbetter has a Dice lot of ilk, and trim med bonnets, hats, and bridal and mourning bonnets. Also bonnets and cape for old ladies, which will be sold cheap. Bleaching, coloring and pressing; done to order. Stamping for silk and muil'iii, embroidering and braiding done to order, on West Socond street, Xe Bia, Ohio. April 11, 1SC4. no21-2m 2JOTIOE."" ALL SOLDIERS GOING TO THE WAR, should mke a vial of Dr. G. Barber's Instan taneous Relief from oil pain: for this reason: you may get the Diorhoca;, ten. drops put in a table spoon full of sugar aof water 'will give you ease tie minutes, If you have Crnuip Cholie it will tha same, and never fail. Vreparedhy GEORGE BARBER, M. D. J.B. MCIU'UY, general ogent. no21-tf 2,000' ' ACRES OV LAND FOR SALE! ! If you are wanting to make Invest ments in lands near Xenia, or in Southern lown, choice selections near County Seats and Rail roads, you can obtain bargains )v calling on SWEENY t I'ELIUM.. of in as An the of No. of to of IIQ0VEN & SON& sreexssoss to d. e. ebbight a bbos.j DEALERS IX All Kinds of Saddlery, rjiiiis, SHELF HARDWARE, Aagricultura,! Implements, Locks and Latches, Guns a net Pistols, Carpenter's Tools, Loir Chains, Trace Chains, . Halter Chains, Cooper's Tools, Bird Cages, Window Glass, Table and Tea Spoons. Table and Pocket Cutlery! Self-AJjustixj Clothe Wrinjtrt. BRASS AND PORCELAIN KETTLES. Mill and Cross Cut Saws. Children's Cabs, Toy WagonsJ& Wheelbarrows, Children's Willow Wagons, Patent Enamelled Leather. ALSO, GROVER & BAKER'S Sewing Machines! IXSIIOET, . .- All Articles in Hardware Line. Particular attention will be Jpald to Fine Table Cutlery. " Goods Sold Cheap for Cash, OR APPROVED CREDIT. All accounts Closed JeIj 1st. and January 1st. by cash or npproved note, payable in the Xenia Branch Bank. no2My. HOOVES & SOXSfc Court of Common Pleas Greene County Ohio. Francis Brewster .. a?aiust I Partition. Mary "Socket, Alexander Sacket i and others. J ieorjre Moore and Samh Moore his wife of JTUrecne county, Ohio, Mary Lovd, and Frank Loyd, her husband of Greene county, Ohio, Johu W. Tr.'wster of the .State of Indiana, Cox mi nor ohild and heir of Rebecca Cox, dee'd, and Cox, surviving husband of said Rebecca Cox, Jo seph Austin, surviving husband ot Ann Austin, dec u, Lois Ann J-.vans and Joseph brans, her hus band, James Au.-tin of St. Louis, Ellen Austin, Tran- lin Austin, Lydia Austin, Isaao Fallis surviving husbana ot iteoecc.i alhs, dee d, Jane rallis, Ruth bmith, and U illiam huuth, her busljand, Char. lotte Fallis, Laivna Jane Stewart and James Stew art her husband, Francis Brewster, Ruth Young of Montgomery county, Ohio, Abimil VVutkius and Joseph Watkins her husband, of Montgomery coun ty, Ohio, and Mary Saeket and Alexander Saeket her husband uf Greene county, Ohio, will take no tice that a partition was filed against tbem on the 12th day of April, 1304, in the Court of Common Fleas, within and for the County of Greene, in tho State ot Ohio, by rrancis Rrewster, and is now pending wherein said Francis Brewster demands partition of the following real estate : Situate the btate ot Ohio, in tho County of Greene, and in Sugarcrecs Township, hounded aiii described as follows: ' . Being part of the north half of section No. one, (1) town No. 2 (2) ran'-e No. Six 6 between the Miami rivers, beginning at a stone near the west hank of Susrarcrcek in the north line of said sec tion, mni.l ig thence North -77 36 W. 12 chains, 18 links to a stone in the south edge of the Bell brook t Springvalley turnpike and Corner to a lot of land Leretofore conveyed by Is. Brewster to B. F. Allen, thence with tha south edge of said pike and line of said lot S. 81 W. seven chains and 44 links to a stone in the south edgo of said pike and on the east line of Francis Brewsters land, thenee south 37 chains and 15 links to a stone in the south line of said half section, thence with the south line of said half section south 77" 38, E. '20 chains and 61 links, to a stake, thence north 411 chains and 44 links to the plaee of beginning: contaimn 80 acres and 80-100 of an acre uioro or less. Also one other lot of land, being part fifths S. E. Quar ter oi section o. two i-J iown o. two ij ano range No. six f61 betweenthe Miami rivers, begin ning at a stone in the south line of said quarter running thence with said line M. 7i 3-4 W. 6a poles and 23 links to a stone in the Centcrville road, thence N.- 7S 3 4 E. 62 poles to a stake jn the north bank of Sugarcreek, thenco S. 2 E. 26 poles and 17 links to tho beginning ; containing 5 20-100 acres. And that at the next term of said court, the said Francis Brewster, will apply for an order, that partition may be made of said premises. GATi;U 4 SEXTON, Atty's for Petitioner. Dated this April 12, 1SU4. Administratrix Sale -..Estate. , of Real IN pursuance of an order granted by the Probate Court of Greeuc County, Ohio, I will offer for sale at publio auction, on the 7ih day of April, A. D. 1804, between the hours of one and three o'clock P. M., at the front door of the Court House, in Xenia, Ohio, the fol lowing described real estate, situate in the County of Greene, in the Sttto of Ohio, towit: Lots No. twelve (12), thirteen (13), and four teen (14) in Conwell's addition to the town (now city) of Xenia. Also ninety-three and one half (U31) feet front on tho East of in-lotNo. Qne hundred and fifty (No. 1-30). of the town (now city) pf Xonia, running the same width back to on alley. The last mentioned lot of real estate (93.1 feet on the east of in lot 1-30), will be sold subject to, and incumbered with, the dower estate of Sarah Ellsbcrry, widow of Wi";"! Ellsberry, deceased, heretofore as signed I.'J metes bounds, therein as fol lows: Commencing at a poi;! .in tlje line be tween the west side of said lot. and the ?! west thereof, now owned by Dr. WiisuS, forty four feet ten inches (44 feet 10 inches). South of the North line of said lot running thence eastwardly through the south wing the old house i'i w hich said decedent re sided at tho time of his death j parallel with tho north line of said lot, to the outside oj the east wall of said wing ; thence south with tho outside of said wali to the north sido of the kitchen door; thence eastwardly to the southwest corner of the stone rqupd the pump said lot, being fortyme feet and four inches (41 feet aud 4 inches) in a straight line from the west line of said lot ; thence southwardly parallel with said west line to the alley on the South end of said lot ; thence wcstwardly with the line of said aiky forty ono feet and four inches (41 feet and 4 inches) to the southwest corner of said lot, als6 corner to Dr. Wilson's lot ; thence north wardly with the line between Wilson and said lot to the place of beginning, together with the use of the well in common with the owner or owners of the other part of said lot, and the right of way to go to and from said well ; and also the right of way of an alley aboHit six feet wide running from tho north door of the house on tho part nbove assigned dower to said widow, northwardly along and on the west sido of said lot. and binding the cast side of said Wilson's lot to Sec ond street. This last described lot, towit: 03A feet on the east of lot No. 150, is ap praised at 2,300, subject to said assignment dower.. - The other 6f said lots, being in Conwell's addition will be sold free of dower, and arc appraised as follows : Lot No. 12 at $83, lot 13 at 103, and lot No. 14 at 80. Terms sale, one-third in hand, one-third in nino months, and one-third in eighteen months from day of sale with interest, tho payments be secured by mortgage upon tho premise sold. . . . SARAH ELLPBERRY, Administratrix ' the Estate cf William Ellsbcrrv, deceased. nolO-lt . of be for the per It was at been been that onoc will a which Fall, the a tho A. W. 0SE0RX, Executor of Wm.McClelian,doc'd, S-ie of Real Eute against 1 by Order uf tii Samuef McClel'.an Probata Court, and other. On the Id day tf April A. D. 13GJ, between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M., in the town of Odarville. in the county of iSreene, ia the State of tbiu, will be soli to tha highest bidder, the following Real Estate, as the property of Wm. McCkllan, deceased, to wit : Situate iu Ce darville township, in the county of Greene, in the tat of Olio, commencing at a lake in the county road, in the lino of William Reid. and corner to the graveyard, and ruonini? thence N li 1. lo. 0 poles to a stake iu Thomas Bromairen's line : thence with his line N 4i W 1 27.50 poles to a maple, corner to Jacob Miller; thence with his line S 82 1-2 W SC.Ci) poles to a stone, corner to Johu McClellau : thence S 3 W 47.30 poles to a tone corner to said McClel lan; thence S 881. iW S.li poies to a slake, curaer to Uoothe; thence with bis hue i. 1 1-'" w.4 poles to a ttake. corner to James Dunl-ip ; thence with his line S. 1 E. 54.15 poles to a slake, also cor aer iu said Donlap ; thence with another of his lines, S. 2 1-2 W. ii.ib fides to a stake in the county roadrthence S 8: 1-2 E. 159 pole! to the place of beginning," containing ninety-ord acres more or ises 91 ajes. Appraised at fifty dollars per acre. Terms of tale, one-half cash in hand, one fourth in three months and the remainder in six mouths from the day of sale, with interest and to be secured by mortgage on the premises sold. A. W. OSBOltX, E.-ecntor of Wm. ilct'lcllan, dce'd. Gatch t SextoSC Attorne . nel5 4w Notice.- The partnership heretofore existing be tween the undersigned, is this dy dissolved by mutual eonsent. Ihe notes and accojnts will be found at the old stand, at which place one of the partners will be reaily to make settlements. All persons knowing themselves indebted to us will prease make immediate payment, as the business of the firui must be closed np. v. II. EliUKJUT X UKU S. - Xenia, March 22, 1804. nol'J-t Notice. Havin? sold our entire interest in the General Hardware, toMe'ssrs. Hoover & Pon s, we cordially recommend them to our patrons. I). K. EmilUiU' x Xenia, March 22, 1801. nol'J-2t Notice. The partnership heretofore existing between the uudersiirned, was mutually dissolved on tha first day of December, Mo John Fleming to culled all debts, and pay atl liabilities. JOHN FLEMINO. J. A. McCIlOsKEV. Xenia, Jan. 25, lS6J.-tf Oliphant Miller's Estate. Nutioe is hereby given that the undersigned has been appoiuted and duly qualified by the Probate Court of Greene county, Ohio, as Administrator of the estate of Oliphant Mil ler, dee d. TOBIAS DREES, Ad'm. Correspondence. Please ladies, pour the balm of consolation into my heart by writing to me, before the monotony of soldiering renders mc dumb to all your charms. Photos exchanged if desir ed. Address C. D. Co. H, 'Jltii O. V. I., Chat tanooga, Tennessee. no21-lt Correspondence. Two good looting high privates, belonging to Co. it, iHtn V. V . 1., wish to correspond with as many loyal ladies. Photos exchang ed if desired. Address Harry Tempest, and Frank Murrel, Co. U, 'Jlth V. I., Chatta nooga, Tennessee. nol9-3t Correspondence. TWO "gay and festive" sons of Uncle Sam, wish to hold correspondence with an in different number of the fair sex: subject, love, tun or matrimony. Address A. fc., H. G., Company H, 94th O. V. I., via. Chatta nooga, Tennessee. no!7 4t Nightingale Ointment. For piles, and tetter, saltrheume, old sores, irosteu ieet, nnu pimples on tne lace. Tills ointment is the prescription of a celebrated nurse, whose name it bears, was in the army England duriug the campaign in Russia. Try it for. piles simply apply it to the parts on lint; if no relief is obtained the rrfoncy will be refunded. Try it for pimples on the lace, it it does not cure them the money shall refunded. Try it for old sores, if it does not heal them up vou shall have your money relunded. Keen it in a cool place. J- B. MURPHY, general agent for Xenia. noJU-tt. 1. DIARRIICEA AXD DYSENTERY. "Wo have examined a ere.it number of letter from some of the most prominet citizens of Cineint nau and Covington, etc., speaking in the niches- terms of Dr. Strickland's Anti-Cholera Mixture the cure of diarrhoea and dysentery. The leO ters are too long to publish. Mr. Woods, of (Jov ington, says he wqs pronounced iucurablo by the ; Dest doctors in Cincinnati, ana one bottle of Dr. Strickland's Aati Cholera Mixttrre effected a per maneut cure after suffcriug for mouths with the worst torm er diarrhea and dysentry. Aaotaersavs he was discharged from the L nited States service after suffering in the hospital fr 8 months as incurable, and as a last resource tried Strickland's Anti Cholera Mixture, lie cot well directly and has now entered the army again in good health. One maa writes he has cured seveu or eight very bad cases of diarrhtca and dysentry in barracks he wsiu with oue hottle of this val uable medicine. Iu fact we could nil half our pa with similar items from these letters. Why does not our government secure this valuable prep aration. Uur army ought to be supplied with it. is but a short time since one of otrr men laid in a very low condition at one of our Cincinnati Hos pitals, his wife wa& sent fur, the doctors considered a helpless case. She however pave him Strick land's Anti Cholera Mixture, and in three wet ks he able to return home with, his wife to New Rich mond, 0. All thee oases right ot home speak for themselves. We bone all tho soldiers will nut a bottle ot it in their knapsacks, it may save them or some of their comrades. Is for sale by Drupirists 50 ceutsperbottlo. IT has long been the aim of physicians to find a combination of medicines having the requisite stimulating and tonic properties to relieve and cure the common complaints of Biliousness, Liver disorders, Languor, Headache, j AOr Lowncss of Spirits, Indigestion, I Jaundice, Fever and Ague, etc., , , which are the diseas W'lCii this '''uate. The remedy has discovered by Dr. RoW!:, and in thous ands of eases the merits of his Eittcrs .Z tested in the above conipiaiul;, and thore is but one voice from the people, and is in favor of these truly wonderful Stomach Eitters. We advise all who are af flicted and need an agreeable tonic for theBc troubles above indicated, to commence at vising these Bitters, Sec advertise ment. 4 Call and Pay Up. All persons' indebted to John Flemins; confer a favor by settling up on sijrlit. 4 Co., Some accounts have been standing too long already, 4nd word to tho wise is sufficient. J0IJ2I FLEMIXG.' Xcaia, Jan. o, lSC4.-tf FINE HORSES! i The subscriber has seloctcd . THREE FINE STOCK HOBSES, FOR, THE SEASO-V, will bo kefit t his stnblo in th roar of Trader's Grocery, Xenia, .Ohio. lien Butlor, tho Thorough llrcd tlorse, took tho Sweepstake premium at tho Ohio State Fair, lust over tho best ring of horses ever showu in Stato.- . . l ,.. -t. Ulencue, is by a thorough bred horse, and out of fina mare. The Draft Ilorso, Hercules, is a pand son of imported Hercules. Ho weighed over l,iU0 pounds. For pedigrees, sec bills. M.jafiJi.sox. or fre And Exposition oi Spring Stock. MERRICK, M-CLURE & CO., Main Street, Xenia, Ohio, are nowreceiving their Spring purchase of FOREIGN & AMERICAN DRY GOODS! Brass IN NET DESIGNS, BONNETS, ' TK&MINGS, IT -rrcx T TJ Tj r n.i 71 jXJJJOkS3, . J;tirJz X J"LJJ-l-tikJ n.i a a mim i i A( t iy iQTTTS fly tfj T T PyfrS CA.SSlIlExlES Also, a very eompleto stock of BOOTS, SHOES & BALMORALS, IN FIRST-CLASS WORK. We invite special attention also to our stock of AXD Oil Clotlis, in which will be found the newest and choicest styles in market. WE HATE AIMED more than ever to present to PURCHASERS this season A Stock of Superior Goods, and sach as shall attract the largest and closest CASH BTJYXBS. Merrick, M'Clnre & Co. nol Tailoring, Farhisfeing Goods, &c Ij. Nichols. Jno. A. Black. Nichols & Black, MAIN STRUllT, Opposite (he CuUrt House, Offer to the publio one of the finest selections of NEW & FASHIONABLE GOODS ever brought ia Xenia, consisting of CL.OTHS, CASSIT.lERi-S. VESTI2TGS, Selected with great care in the Eastern mar kets, together with. FUnniSillfiO GOODS In great variety, and Ready-made Clothiiig, For those in too great a hurry to wait, made in fashionable style, and us low ai car be afforded in these d..ys f high prices. Our stock of Is full and complete, consisting of SttUw SVfttVyS,, v 1 Si.c, "BvtWows, And everything required to. put a man in. complete order for the "tented field," to make him comfortable in cold weather PAPER COLLARS IN BOXES, Something nice, ehenp, and conTenient. EINEN COLLARS TOS And a large assortment of WINTER UNDERGARMENTS Etc., Etc., Etc give especial attention toward getting up Military Uniforms, flatter ourselves that, in this pnrtlculai lino, we are better prepared to give satisfaction than any houso . in this vicinity. .... '. Look in, and examine our Stock. NICHOLS & BLACK. I ' , i 3. 5. C. ' a be tion the night any It hare and tinue. of and Skin. . aro SALE A FARM OF l-'ioj ACRES, situated in Butler County, Ohio, sixteen miles northwest from Cincinnati, ou the Lebanon and Cincin nati Turnpike. . I would exchange in part for property in Xenia. For particulars inquire, of E. S. NICHOLS, in icuia.. nol3-tf WJt UUNY0N. FOR SALE. FARM FOR SALE! A farm, of ft5 acres, situated one half a mile north of Jamestuwn, Greene county, Ohio, It is well improved, 5i acres are nnder eultiv.-itioti remainder, wood pasture. The land is revel, and ui ot of it black. It U well ditchL There ts u it a pood fraiue dwelling, smoke noose, milk hou?t?f log stable and cribs. There is also a good wil of water, and aa orchard with 70 to SO trees appie, pear, ptum an4 cn&try ij to 15 years old. Terms eay. for particular? inquire of LUCINDA THAR P. nol7-4t Jamestow-a, tireene Co., 0. FOR S-AJLE. STAI1I1IOXT! Persons wishing to purchase a Stallion of the well-known Bellfoundcr stock, would do lu van ou li. ix. n usou, opposuu lue '"'"S "ouse, -venia, umo; wncn ue wilt tace Pleasure ln showing them his fine Stallion, Bullfounder Chief, which is for sale. no!6-tf W. H. WILSON. FOB SALE. I offer at private sale for a few wetks the follow ing, on .Barrett street: a lines: House 15 by iv feet, three stories, high, partially fi:ii.-hcJ, with a Lot 75 feet by 20(1 fiet d.ep ; also, ailjuining two Frame Houses 13 by 30 feet, Lots 50 by 200 deep; alio twelve Lots on the tame street adjoin g the above, 53, feet front hj 150 fet back, Theso houses and lots are well situated, bein within one hundred yards of the passenger depot, and will always be in demand when improved, for dwellings for the employees of the railroad, an others Wishing to reside near that great thorough faro, DAVID BARR. noll-tf HOUSE AND LOT FOR SALE AN EXCELLENT FRAME HOUSE, Finished in the best manner, nearlv new, and in first-rate condition, containing 8 rooms, large cellar. with the whole of Lot o.-6m Drake A Leaman addition to Xenia, on West Main StroaL Ou th lot is a stable, cow honse, wood house ; also, a cum ber of choice hearing fruit trees. Inquire ot UiTCll SJiX'fOS. noO-tf INSURANCE. THE BEST IS THE CHEAPEST Insure with the 1 i rjl ' IW'V-v 'VII 1 I V . fQBD. Conn.; 5 Fire and Inland Navigation Bisks ac cepted, now as heretofore, at fair rates and liberal conditions. Business conducted with constant dispatch and accuracy. Losses always m;t with promptness and com plete justice. Xct Assets, January, ISfft: !S3,002,556.39 The plan and Organization of the tca, after 45 years' severe trial, has realiz. ed tho greatest public advantage and suo cess" of tha various systems of Fire insurance in the country. Is now better than everpre pared for duty. 16,000 toss Claims hare been settled and paid. Sixteen Millions of Dollars ! The Consumption of Property by fire, in the United States, averages over Sit (i,0i 0 daily. Is your property exposed and unpro tected? Are Youi Insured f Jf EOt, why not? The cost is trifling; the duty is manifest ; the re sult ma; be your escape from ruin whil delay and neglect may involve yon in bank ruptcy, poverty or cruel disappointment. Particular Attention and regard is given to small risks as well as large ones. Able security aad superior commerical advantages afforded. Policies Issued Without Delay. CHARLES R. MERRICK, nolO-j AC EXT. MEDICAL. 1. $1,000 REWARD. The abors reward will given to any person who can furnish a prcscrip for coughs, cold, whooping-eough, asthma, and consumption, which is equal to Dr. Strickland's Mellifluous Cough Balsam. Tbis Dallam will cure above complaints, also spitting of bluod and sweats. One Cfty cent bottle i-sntcieut'for one to try. Tha worst cases of chronic coujh, asthma, whooping-cough, and primary cases of con sumption are eurod by Dr. Strickland's Mellifluous Cough Balsam. It can be bad at any druggist's. is different from any other cough medicine we known in this country. Dr. TUCKER; BR. TUCKER has returned from Europe, resumed practice. DR. TLLAtit wilt tie at Acnia (twing House) Monday, April 4th. He has now isitcd Acnia over six years, ana win con His former success u a sufficient guarantee for the future. Mil. TULKLU cures ail cnraoio aisensti the Throat, Luiijjs, and Chest; also all diseases of tho Stomnch, Liver, Heart, Kidney, Bowels; aud all eruptive diseases of tho DR. -TUCKER is a regular gradnatc in medicine has attended to Collcgrs and Hospitals of Europe, vis: at Dublin, Ediug burgh, London, and I'nris. . Those afflicted ivith any Chronic disease, invited, to call, r raxsciT.vriox i'hee nolT-tf FOR and era of of of of Jacob of For For For At At At TOBACCO AXD CIliABS.-,- Ha! elf ye Iotas cf kM AT A. HEjrPS, You will find one of the largest and belt elected stocks of that can b found in this State. - Fl-CUT CHEW1SG TOMCCCF Of the choicest brands. CIGAitS of my own manufacture clant! cn h-vndv The best quality of always in itore, and for tale cheap.' ,.. Of iveTjr variety and itjle, from the Gay ta the Meerschaum. CIGAR-HOLDERS. In fact, everything to be found in a first-class tobacco house, will be kept on hand, and for sale very cheap. Give me e call, and satisfy yourselves. A. HERRIT, Tobacconist,' Main street, 2 doors east of Post Office, Xenia. Ohio. DELES.!! C!LES!i; A LARGE VARlIir IX VELVET Cheaper Eixatling-, For sale by no5 V. HA8RI9 fc CO. A. LuiRGE STOCK on Juvenile TOY BOOKS, At BOJ Harris & Co's. TOILET SOAPS. PEHFUMERT, Extracts, Hair Dressings, Fanej Good, and M otions of all kinds at PATTCS'S. GLASS. A FIXB assortment of every six,' alwav on ii hand at TATTOX'S LIFE OR DEATH SOLDIEItS, Donrf go' titX to the' "War! FOR many hava died from Diarrhoea and Dys entery in-your rrliinent: now take warnin? and do not return without supplying your knap. tacks with a bottle of Dr. Strickiand's Anti-Cholera Mixture ; reinem-ber ho,w many were saved hut year by inking ft aftte beine; discharged and seat lioin the hospiials as incurable. One dtwdl im mediately relieve the most severe eases of Diar rhoea or Dyseutery. It is acknowledged by tha fnculty to be the only medicine known to ens Chronic Diarrhoea and Dysentery. Xow, tfui t neglect it, for in your return a chaogt of diet and water, ate, will most certainly bring oa Diarrhoea, a J J cent bottle of Dr. Strickiand's AntiChol Mixture will cure you and several others. It keep good ia any climate. Do not fail to tell your comrades to put a bottle of it in their knap sacks. Sold by Dnitreists and prepared onlvbvDr. A. STKICKLASD, So. 3 Eat Fooxto simst, Cincin nati, Umo. bo19-1t Greene County Probate Court. The following Administrators Executors. nd Guardians have filed their several ac counts and vouchers for settlement with the Court, aud will be forbearing on the 27th. day April, 18(34.- BSECtTOBS. James J. Winans and John Dawson," Jr. executors of the estate of Matthias Winana, deed. Cyrus Little, executor of the estate of Peter Huffman, dee'd. Samuel Reynolds and Hugh Watt, executors tlio estate or Thomas Reynolds, deed. John Chalmers, Executor of the cftate of Elizabeth Blair, dee d ABI5ISrBi.I0S. John J. Forbes, administrator oi the estate Andrew Murphy, dee d. John U. Cooper, Adminis'ratorof the estate Thomas Paxton, dee d. George Brown and Adam Brown, adminis trators of the estate of George-Brown, dec d. " John Joues, administrator of the estate of Bales, dec if. , . , . Adam Wright, Administrator of the citato William U. Cramell, dee'd, J. F. Fraiier, guardian, of Alfred Haines Eli Millca Guardian of Martha Jane T. MARSHALL. . Probate Judge. no20.3t. Publio Sale Bills. Publio Sale Bills, , Public Sal Bills, Bcaotifutly printed,. Beautifn'ly priowd. Beautifully piiutcJ, War Priees, War Pries, War Prices, Go to the Si.sTixti Oirjcx, Go to the Skxtisil Qrricjt, . lio-to th StutTisEL Orncs, Opposite the Court. Homo, Opposite the Court House, Opposite the Ceert lfouW . Xaln, street, Xenia, Ohio. Maiu street, Scuta, Ohio. JlarSi street Ohio.