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SEin W. EEOWJ, Editor.
Tue-lajMay 3, 1SG4 What the Christian Commission is Doing. If it could Have been Vnoira at the ontset of our civil war just how great would be its raT- ti desc'.a:ion knl through many yea- 1 be protrsc A, no wore rerfect v!tii, of volunteer ajj aui eomfurt luf our soldiery coulJ haTe been established than now exist in the form of the Sanitary and Chris tian Commissions. Grazier enterprises for the strentihenin; and eiino'oiinz of an army r;eTer foliowel in the wake of sorrowful war. We UUtre i y 1H eTer be an honor to the "hand prasp- ' AntmE rei-ltf that wiih c mg "Wt i.i! j4utci .ad, huvoc, tjie. Uu-.t was open wide with fraternity, sympathy, r.nd the richest l.uessinps of Christian love, When we shall rise- from ibis trir.l furnace, liowever burdened ruin the weight of the long revelry of ruin, it can not be other than eweekte remember that eile by side with the ran it rti t'.t of our lot.,; array of troops there-fiiiwud to the camp, the field, and the tospiial, the welcome almoners of consolation end support. But while the operations of the Sanitary Commission are Terr widely and fully known, the Christian Commission has been making b history for itself and for the eoontry almost untaraHied 3 a larce portion of our jiefple. Ouietlyajid faithfully its messengers of love and hope hare passed to and fro, doing a no ble work which, sooner or Inter can not fail to harvest a large reward. Not a few of the brave deeds that have been born of the war have been enacted by the delegates of this ClJI ji-ii "iv.-gaB.:zj.t!on," Many and many a desolated home has this for its only, but its great comfort, that the dying was not left to die sialic, ut iLat a true and courageous keirt clunjr to fcim to the last, wooing a hope and a?"'- tiots fer the h'jier life. - ,-. Up to tiie prewnlrtiuie u.a- CurUtian Cora znis&ion has made two general reports of its doings 'and bfcne'iictioiis. The secand has just appeared, and is a wonderful memorial of the labors and denials of true men guided and inspired by Christian impulse. During . the year r-JSi3 almost xne million dollars in Stores swi'i ario.i donalioBS wete applied di rectly by the Commission, while the expenses ofveirryins, on the operations during the lime time wore nardiv one-third that amount Kailroads st.dielrpriph lines'sre freely tend ered to tlie Commission, and its delegates Tt- caite po-cosnpensatian other than is sufficient to meet their necessary expenses, the bead ouarters are in Philadelphia, and here a wise executive management has reduced the ex penses to the wmaHtrst fosiWe amount. In deed, everywhere; prudence, watchfulness, and economy have marked the movements of thiamretiropartanl inditHiien. Itannounces as its foundation principles", "catholicity, na tionality, voluntariness, combination of ben efita for,bedy and toul, reliance: upon unpaid delegates, personal distribution with personal , rofnistrauona. I cO-eperation with chaplains, Burgeons, officers, and Christain men, and respect for" authorities." With such a basis, and led on fcy- good men who. have the real i&teres'.s of both and l.'ery and peopie et hrart. it is now to be wondered at that so much has been accomplished.."' .; Tt nnM Ha alinnat J m n.c , Vila In iriiai'n fi- ta it the e M 9t-resu Us if I he work of the Com mission. The ministrations of four hundred delegates among tHe wounded aud dying of Gettysburg fully repaid every effort that has been i made in its behalf. JUit vho skuU . say tnalr iKwer where the kindness fell in those davs and nights of excitement aud anguish? Who -shall ever kn, until the Great Records are tlnl'uldeJ, how many hearts were comforted i-ha-frery -i-d;i-,Aa4.tii same. Ln.s ben done on every at tie-field since the war began. The cftcers or the Commission are met on evaryjhand with -the g'e.t t.de of evidence that meir nuri 1:113 iici utu m tiiu, iic-ana wanned for the first time with Christain hope attest it. Homes trade joyous by the return Of ""the restored, and bv tenderness to the sick who are absent, attest it. The testimonials of the men themselves In camp and hospital rive constant proof of the same. It is not in detail that the results of such work can be given. But when our soldieery shall be dis- rr:e J Dd shall retnrn to their hemes, many bf them untouched ' by the havoc of war's dissipations, readv to assume once more their duties and "responsibilities of the good citizen, then will there be a tide of thanks sent up from the people in memory of those who have to rerseveringly and nobly taken p the cross and the oiip and gone forth to bless and to re deem. - The ChristainJCommission is every way de serving the unbounded liberality of the peo le.5fts officers are good men and true. Its affairs have been conductr-d with the greatest tkilt'Sad pTiKlence, and its record leaves no question as to the importance of it work and itafwiliinKsress'to perform it.- Shall it not, then be efiener remembered in these days and lioora, - lien flu; a look wildly about and seek for the good that is to save ns, the saving pow r that ebali redteia us ? Or shall we let it pass, and wait.for Ihe return of ruined, for "i1tiI7 THid"TleBeosed army the men whose homes are to be saddened more by the calami rw thdt war has incidentally brought thanr by km! ib horrors -.of )ie baule-figld itself. Hound Table. ' Spicy---What a Boston Girl Wants. - The editor of the Boston Olive Br&neh having received a communi atiorf 'froro ivashville, Tenn inquir ing whether some female printer could be obtained there, to go to Kashville, "replies as follows: "" j )yerj .girl in - Eoston who js old enoagh to work in a printing office, or any ther ihee, has a lover whom .sbewouVl'be just aslikely to trade off for a Tennessee artiple 03 she would BVri'him'otT for grrazlv bear. The "idea'bf a Boston jrirl, who goes to .;operas,o patronizes Jullien's. concert Tralwet once a week, eats ice cream, rides in the omnibus, wears satin slip pers," and sometimes kisses' the editor, going to Tennessee, except she'g'oes 5h'Er2TisthETrif(r'of onirtof yonr fir?t citizens, (editor excepted,) is truly ridiculous .iiociJ jioi. a. guu jn nice silk ah'eo laxe pant4,ltes,"anJ shiny gaiterboot5 look well trudging through tJfroHd&THliire of Xashviile to an old "roost of a printing office the walls of which are all covered with posters of fering rewards Jorrunaway niggers, while in one corner of the room two old darkierrjerking-nwny at a Ram age pressftiu-in. the ether- the editor is squirting tobacco juice oil over the fvrt yultJr't'hy he in a 'nice fx hen-t rie editor end tonve reac brute of a fellow whom he had offended, got playing at the -game-of shooting their revolvers across the office, at each t,cther' head. ;t Who would make the fre when the devil had run off and the editor was drunk? Who would. o "LoH"ie"-witu - her -dark' iiights? Who d . take her out to ride on Saturday af Tt -' noar.sand. go td.'thurch on Fun d;?Xo,' wrra Boston girl wouldn't toTenT.pBstefor lovta or money ! Tiie.cfca; get 'Jenough of loth nearer Khvzae;" ' - "- TTr'ee LtnJrc - Mexican." dollars, bearing the date of 1 844, were dug out "cf tEc iirtr bkriTc'a t Cleveland on Sat- .urday night and Sunday morning. The -iliicoxerj. raused. great excitement, . Tvhiei was,;lipwev-er, considerably di- .era.All CQurttcrflifs,, probably Lid ..away. by some rnunufacturer. of bous" .' '-' 1 ; . - Sentinel Job Office. we m-re tie icMtntu-y in minr. that w .Jiave il.e best Job Priming Office ever established in Xci.is. Vehave stated no expense, either in nrip(t tp and prenes, or in proeuriiiB tkilthil .workQi?ana w nre-fully prepared to execate all Kinds of Job Vo-k, in better style, and t lower prices, tliKB it can be done at any oflice this side CinciuEa'i.. But give us a trial. row .. GEE AT RURAL AXD FAMILY WEEKLT IiW Volung iJeT Feature Sew Type M core's RritAL Xett-Yorkee, longlcnoxfTi as the best and most poy.u!-ir Ayrieultural, Jfor- lemlt'iral. Literary and family fieu-spaper in ?h:S Country, entered nnon . its Fifteenth Year and Voiump, on the -d of J:innary. 1S64. The new Toiume will at least equal either of its predecessors in Contents, Style and Ap pearance, for we hare reeolTed to spare no effort r expense to enhance the reputation and standing of the paper as the Best newspaper of its OX THE CONTIXEXT. Class Always Loyal, rrac'ical and Progressive! The Eural is the Favorite Farm and Fireside Journal largely read and admired in both Town and Country. Its ample pages com prise lepartmeuta devoted to, or treating upon Agriculture, Architecture, , Edncation, ' Literature, Horticulture, Rural Economy, Arts and Sciences, General News, JVith various minor Departments, and numer ous Illustrations, Tales, Sketches, Music, Poe try, Enigmas, etc., etc., rendering the whole paper instructive and entertaining to the va rious members of the Family Circle. la addition to the above variety, the Rural for 1804 will comprise a New and Important Feature a Department exclusively devoted to SHEEP nU3BA.NDKY. Conducted by Honorable HEXRY S. RAN DALL, LL. D. V., author of "The Practical Shepherd," etc., who is conceded to be far the beat authoritv on the subject in the country. P. BARRY", Esq., author of " The Fruit Garden," and formerly editor of The Horti culturist, will also contribute to the Rural for 18i4-r-enrichingits Horticultural Department with the results of his great experience, Alt XE S, MARKETS, ETC., Receive special attention the Rural contain ing Reports of the principal Grain, Provis ion, Cattle, Wool, and Fruit Markets in the Country. Rememberthat the Rural emanates from one of the very best cultivated sections of America, and that its Editors, Contribu tors and Correspondents strive to promote the Pecuniary Interests and Home Welfare of its tens of thousands of readers. Also that it is not a monthly, of only 12 issues a year, but a Large, Beautiful and Timely Weekly. STYLE, FORM, TERMS, ETC. Volume XV for TSG4, of the Rural New Yorker will be published in Superior Style th new type, good white paper, and many fine illustrations. Its form will continue the urae'ns now Double Quarto with an in dex, title page, etc., atclose of year, complete for binding. TERMS, ALWAYS IN ADVANCE $2 a year; 3 copies for $0; 6 for $10; 10 for S15; with a free copy for every club of six or more. sg"Now is the time to subscribe and form clubs. Efficient Local Agents wanted in all places reached by the United States nnd Can ada mails, lo whom we offer -handsome pre miums. Specimen numbers, Prejnium Lists, ect., sent free to all disposed to benefit their neighbors and community by introducing the paper to more general nrtiee and support. Address D. D. T. MOORE, Rochester, N. Y. ; . PROSPECTUS OF THE t Daily, Tri-T7eekly and; Weekly Ohio State J ouraal, FOH THE TEAR 1864. The wonderful eveDfs that tire now trans piring in this country, upon which the eyes of the worhl are fixed, render a good newspaper a necessity in everv intclliirent family Thankful for the increasing patronage that has attended their efforts to make the Ohio Stale Journal a First Class Family Newspaper, the Publishers are prompted to continued ef forts in the direction of progress and improve ment It is their aim to make the Journal a com plete compendium of news, a chaste and pleas ant fireside companion, a faithful market guide, a fearless and truthful cxpounnt of po litical matters, a punctual chronicler of Leg islative and Congressional proceedings : nnd in short a weekly nummary of events in the po litical, social, religious, scientific nnd commer cial world." With this end in view, it will contain a full summary of current news, Con gressional Reports, Legislative Proceedings, Market Reports (Foreign and Domestic), the latest Telegraphic Dispatches, Political Intel ligence, Literary Gossip, Choice Poetry orig inal and selected Editorials on Current Topics, Stories, Sketches, etc. Due attention will also be given to Agricul ture nnd Educational affairs. TheHtws Department will embrace the latest Foreign and Domestic Intelligence, received by mail and telegraph, carefully collated, down to the hour of going to p'ress. The War or the Union will be faithfully chronicled, each important event down to the latest moment being presented, with full de tails. of Battles, and of Military and Naval movements. . The Ohio State Journal, now, as heretofore, will heartily sustain the Administration in its efforts to put down the existing fratricidal re bellion against the best and freest government on eartn. in aoing this, it may be called upon at times, to speak plainly; but it will always speak upon the conviction of duty, and ever as an adulatorof men in high places; and it will not nesitate to strip the guise from traitors and sympathizers with rebellion, who cloak their treasonable sentiments under the hypocritical cry of a peace that is to be ob tained only by compromise with rebels in arms. TERMS OF THE DAILY JOURNAL. Single subscribers 1 year, $7 00 - 3 SO 1 75 - 0 60 . do. ; ! do. 6 months, Vdo. '"' ' do. ' 3 months, - ' do. do. 1 month, To agents in clubs of 10 and upward, 11 cents per week, each copy. To agents in clubs of 30 and upward, 10 cents per weex, encil oopy.. TERMS OF THE TRI-WEEKLY JOURNAL. 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Tbe New Yotik Taiaixc, first issued April 10 1S41, has to-day a largeraggregate irculalion than any other newspaper published iff America, or,-We believe, in the worlcL Compelled a year since to increse the1 price t.f its several issues, or submit to the pecuniary ruin of fta proprietors from the very magnitude of its circulation, it has probably since parted with some patrons to whom kj remarkable cheapness was a controlling recommendation; but others have taken their places, and it has now more than Two Hundred Thousand subscribers and reg ular purchasers an excess of at least Fifty Thou sand over thoie of any rival. And this unprece dented currency it has achieved by liberal expendi turcs in procuring early and authentic intelligence, by the fearless expression of conviction, by the free employment of ability and industry wherever it might contribute to excellence in any department of our enteqirise, and by unshrinking fidelity to the dictates to Justice, Humanity, and Freedom. By large outlays far eariy and authentic dispatches by telegrapa aud otherwise from its own corres pondents with the various armies of the Union, and by special eff urts to furnish such information respect ing markets, crops, new discoveries or improvements in Agriculture, etc., as must specially interest farm ers, we have assiduously labored to make a journal calculated to meet the wants and subserve the in terests of the producing classes. That end we have at least measurably attained; for no other newspa per exisU in America or Europe which is habitually read by nearly so maDy farmers and their families as is the The Trui nk to-day. We shall labor to increase both the number and satisfaction of thi by far the most numerous class of its patrons. Daring the existence of the Whir party, this paper supported that party, though alwayssympa thizing with the more liberal, progressive, anti-slavery " wing" thereof. Wben new iisues dissolved or transformed old organizations through the spon taneous ' uprising of the Pree States against the repudiation of the Missouri Restriction, the Tri bune heartily participated in that movement, and was known as a Republican. WThen the long smol dering conspiracy to destroy oar country or reduce it entire to complete abasement to theSlave Power culminated in overt treason and rebellion, it natur ally, necessarily regarded resistance to this conspir acy as paramount lo all other considerations, and devoted all its energies and efforts to the mainten ance of our Union. In every great controversy which has divided our country, it has been found on that side which naturally commands the sympa thy and support of the large majority of the school houses and the decided minortty of grog-shops, and so doubtless will be to the lasL Ardently desiring and striving for the early and enduring adjustment of our national distractions, The Tribune leaves the time, the nature and the conditions of that adjustment implicitly to those lawfully in authority, confidingin their wisdom and patriotism, anxious to aid them to the utmost in their arduous responsibilities and not to embarrass them even by possibility. Firmly believing in the Apostolic rule First pure, then peaceable" holding that the final and total extirpation of sla very is the true and only abeolute eure for our na tional ills that any expedient that stops short of this we can have but a transient and illusory success we yet propound no theory of " reconstruction " and indorse none that have been propounded by an other neither Sumner's, nor Whiting's, nor any of the various Copperhead devices for achieving Peace " by surrendering the Republic into the power of its traitorous foes but. exhorting the American people to have faith in their Government, to reinfiirce their armies and replenish their treas ury, we believe that, if they but do their duty, a benign Providence will in due time bring this fear ful struggle to such a close as will best subserve the true greatness of our country and the permanent well-being of mankind. The present session of Congress will be an ex ceedingly important one, and we have made ample arrangements to Jay before our readers what is going on in Washington, both in Congress and in the Departments. u-a .u..(r..H. ni;n; ka ...I.,.-nj active exertiuns of our -friends, and of ail whosq views and convictions accord substantially with ours. . DAILY TRIBUNE. Mail subscribers, one year 311 issues $8.00 SEMI-WEEKLY TRIBUNE. One copy one year 104 issuesj Two copies one year, Five copies one year. , $3.00 5. 0 12. 0 22.50 ten copies one year. An extra copy will be sent to any person who sonds us a lub of 20 nnd over. The Semi-Weekly Tribune is sent to clergymen for $2.2i. . . i . ".' 'WEEKLY TRIBUNE.' One copy one year, 52 issues $2.00 Three copies one year, , 5.00 Five copies one year, ' 8.00 Ten copies one year, 15.00 Any larger nnmber, addressed to names of sub scribers, SI 50 each. An extra copy will be sent to every club of ten. 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The Home Magazine for 18G4 will be con ducted in the same spirit that has distin guished it from the commencement; and con tinue to unite in one periodical the attrac tions and excellencies of the Ladies' or Fash ion Magazines as they are called, and the graver literary monthlys. Our arrange ments for 1864 include three Original Serial Stores, written expressly for the Home Mag azine. One of these will be by Miss Vir ginia F. Townsend, and commence in the Jan uary number. Another will be by T. S. Ar thur. . And the third from the pen of Mrs. M. A. Denison, a writer who has long been a favosite with the public. Besides these, our large corps of talented writers will continue to enrich the Home Mag azine with shorter stories, poems, essays, and' sketches ot lite and character, written with the aim of blending literary excellence with the higher teachings of morality and reli gion. Elegant Engravings appear in every num ber, including choice pictures, groups and characters, prevailing fashions, and a large variety of patterns for garments, embroidery, C etc 1 f " PREMIUMS for getting up Clubs Our Premium Plates for lb04 are large and beau tiful Photographs of " Evangeline " and " The Mitlierless Bairn." - - TERMS S2 a Year in advance. Two cop ies for S3. Four for 5. Eight, nnd one ex tra togetter-up of club, SI 0. Twelve, and one extra, $15. Seventeen, and one extra, 20. Premiums one to every S-subscriber; and one to getter-up bf S3," S4, So, or S10 club. Both premiums sent to getter-up of $15 and SHO clubs. - . . BfIn ordering premiums send, 3 red stamps, to prepay postage on same. Address T. S. ARTHUR & CO., 323 Walnut St., Philadelphia. The Knickerbocker Monthly; Devoted to Literature, Art, Science. Polities, and Society. The pioneer of American Monthlies will henceforth be known as -the KxicKHnBoi-Kkn Monthlt : a National Magazine of Literature, Art, Dcicnce, Polities, and society. It will be the aim of the oresent conductor not only to sustain its former prestige, but to extend its circle of readers, and make it a welcome guest in every American household. With this view, no la bor or expense will be spared in securing the high est order of talent, not alone on this side of the At lantic, but in both hemispheres. Although a literary Magazine, it will not shrink from boldiy discussing the great political questions the day free from all party bias. It will embrace among ita micellaneous contents, notes on current events, reviews of new books, and literary, art, sci entific, musical, and dramatie gossip; while the Editor's Table," with which the readers of " Oi.n Nick" have been so long familiar, will be monthly spread with the choicest literary viands the market can su ply. It is thus hoped that even under the depressing influence of protracted war, the veteran Magazine the United Stales will reap, in its new and im proved character, a plentiful harvest of subscriptions, and maintain, with added luslre, that position as a first-class monthly which it has held fur more than thirty years. , .Terus.- 0n oopy, Threo'PoIlars a'year fn ad vance, postage prepaid. To the Army and Navy, Twe Dollars.. Two copies, Pour Dollars and Fifty Cents.- "Threo copies, Bix Dollars and Fifty Cents. The Kkh-kbrbockeb and any other $.1 magazine will bo sent one yenr fur Four Dollars and Fifty cunsenpuons must be sent direct to the of fice. No collectors are employed. Single copies will sent to any part of the United Suites or Canada, post-paid, on receipt of twenty-five cents. Hack numbers may be obtained on application, singly, or sets. New $.1 subscribers will be supplied with the back numbers of the new series gratuitously. A dis count of ton per cent, from these prices will be al lowed to persons sending clubs of ten or more sub.' isribsrs. KINIHAN CORN WALLIS," if Tark Rw, Ntw YK. GECCEEIES, TOTS, 4c 1864, 1864. THE Ur.'lOfJ FOREVEfj ! A GOOD ASSORTMENT OP T O "ST ALWAYS OX HAND. I would inform the citizens of Greens county, that I have opened on of tht largest stocks of GROCERIES, QUEENS WARE, GLASSWARE, WOOD AND WILLOW WARE, To hi found in the Market. Coal Oil, and Coal Oil Lamps, ARE LAMP CHIMJTEYS that ean not be broken, and need not be taken offU light the lamps. ; I keep constantly on hand CIGARS, FINE CUT and PLUG TOBACCOS of the best brands. Call and pries the goods. C. W. TRADER, no.5 Next door to the Post Office. DRY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, 4C Spring Goods A. THIRKIELD, Detroit Street, Xenia, OMo. FRENCH, ENGLISH, and . AMERICAN A magnificent Stock of Ladies' Dress Goods ! AT ALL PRICES. . WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDERIES, A FULL LINE. ELEGANT STOCK OF - DRESS SILKS, Embracing the new and beautiful STYLES OF THE SEASON. IN GREAT VARIETY. IsTO TXClTnTS, LADIES' CORSETS, KID, SILK, AXD LISLE GL0YES. HOSIERY! A FULL LINE. Shirtings, Sheetings. Bonnets, Trimmings, and Ribbons. ladles', SIIsscs' and Cfolldrens' The aboye Geedi will bo lolct for Caib at Short ProflU; BTRKIELD. 2 la AgrleaUaral Iiaplemens StoTes AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE. DETROIT STREET, XEXIA. RICHMOND PLOWS (Gencine), RAYMOND & ROBERT'S PLOW WHITELEY PLOWS, MILLER PLOWS, CUTTING BOXES CORN SLTELLERS, SEED SOWERS, SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS, Ac. AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED WHITELEY CHAMPION SELF-RAKER, RE APE J AND MOWER. CLOVER, TIMOTHY, HUNGARIA AND BLUE GRASS SEEDS, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH PAID FOR ALL KIND OF FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS, ALSO, DEALERS IN IRON STOVES AND TINWARE Jefferies & Carey. LUMBER, SHINGLES, Ac. HOW TO SAVE MONEY! 500.000 Feet UfiMR FOH SALE! IF YOU WISE TO INVEST YOUR GREENBACKS IN LUMBER, BY CALLING AT TEE LUMBER IHIl YARD OF SWEENY & PELIIAM YOU CAS BB ACCOMMODATED friTH DRESSED AND UNDSESSED PI1E ill POPLA LUMER SUITED FOR ALMOST AIL CLASSES OF BUILDINGS, INCLUDING DEESSED TLOOSnrG, siDnra TOBACCO BOX, LATH, SHINGLES, Doors i, Window Sash. ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY FILLED, AND DELIVERED IF DESIRED, YARD ON THE CORNER OF DE TR OIT AND WA TER STS. SWEENY &, TELIIAM. AAA ACRES OF LAND FOR SALE! ,UuU If you ar wanting to mnktInT.fi! m.nti In landi near Xenia, or in Southern Iooa, ehoiet leleetioai naar County Peati and Rail- rad. Ml vbtaln bargains hy callinfon BOOK AXD JOB PRINTING. SSIJTIHSI, Job Printing OFFICII I Haring pnxrur.d a larg and iplendid assortment PLAIN AND FAKCY TYPE Tf ar saw prepared to print o.a.:r,:ds. E-rery tyle. Circulars. Every "Variety. PUEUS SALE DILLS, Of avny Size. HAND BILLS. Of any Style or Size. PAMPHLETS, Ecuted in the neateit ttjle, and with dispatch. Of all kind. LABELS, BILLHEAD S. Ai nat ai ean b don in tb Stat. WEDDING & VISITING CARDS, NOTES, CHECKS Funeral Uotices, POSTERS, Of any lis, from tie naallMt to tht largest With all our material new, both Presses and Type, we ean safely say that we ean do all kinds of BOOK & JOB rnixTiNG, As neat, quick, and as ebeap as any Printing Office in the State, and on the shortest nefic, and tb most reasonable terms. Ornamental Printing and all style ef FHIIJTIII3 III CQLCHS 1 IF A Money Brings Better. Basins THAN CREDIT. NEW SPRING AND SUMMER DEY GOODS, at the new CASH STOKE of Ridenoiir & Beall. MAET STREET, Just reoeired from- tha eastern cities, Ladies Iress Goods. Embracing many new styles. Spring and Summer SHAWLS, . '.. ECSIESY, GLOVES, E0X1JTTS, EIBL0XS, ; FLO WEES, , - EHBEOEOEEIES, BALLI02AL SKLRTS, &c. Larg Stock of DOMESTICS and YANKEE K0 TIONS. Prints, Checks, Bleached and Brown Muslin Flannels, &c, &C-, &c, , . Hats and Caps, N&w Style. Ladies' and Childrens' Shoes. Splendid assortment of i CASSIMERES, COTTONADES fie: CASH purchasers will find great induce ments. ELDEIiOTTE & BEALL n.i!9-lj GROCERIES! Wholesale and Retail! If yon want to make a good inrestment of your - Greenbacks and Country Produce . ITJ GR.OGE.I1IES, - call at ; W. El. WISO.'I'S, Opposite the Ewing House, Xenia, OMo. If you want eas, SAtes, Sec, GO TO ViLSG:.S. If you want ITICE FISH;- GO TO VILSCrJ'S. If yon want the BEST BRANDS ef -. . Tobacco & Cigars, GO TO ViLS0i3. . " - If you want " ' COAL OIL LAMPS, and . or any thing else in the Grocery line, IVILSOIi'S Is the place to get it Call and aee for yourselves. 19 ly " : A ROTHES & CARSON WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GEOCE ItS. IP T0U WANT GO 10 CARRriHEES i CARS0S. YOU WAST SPICES, GO TO CARRCTHER3 A CARSON. ALSO: QUEENSWAHE, GLASSWARE. LARGS ASSORTMEST 0 GOAL OIL LA'.?3, AXD COAL OIL. all for sale cheap for cash, OR COUNTRY TRODUCE. , TltXf-Z TE CS A CALI f : of and Skin. are Cq - v-'.v , "3i pest-sp tua t tracts er poirai. ' ". and, - . - - have been introduced to the publia for morw than six years, and have acquired an tar exceeding any Family iledicine of iimiiar nature in the market. : An appreciating public- was not lonfF La discovering they possessed remarkable end hence their ILaNvvd Save and consequent profit to the Proprietor, tha enabling him to expend of dollars each vear in advertising theL merits, and publishing the Which have been showered upon him iron Wtvrt.s. o$ W CouVri. The peculiarity of the is that they strike at the root of Disease, by eradicating every particle of imparity for the life and health of the body depend upon the purity of the blooi . If the blood is poisoned, the body drains out a miserable existence. These medieiae V ... TT - A ... ' for curing EarofuUt, ' Syphilis Elcin (Diseases, Oii Sores, , . Salt Iheum, Iheurnatism, " 1 dyspepsia, Eick Headache, Liver Complaint, Fever and fist ' Xjeucorrhcea, ' Femxle Compla.mtsp Erysipelas, . Et. jlnlhonji' Fire, Tumors, Eruptions, Fii3, Scrofulous Consumption, eta. . 03TE person writes,' her danshterwas enred iu uui ui ii i ii o icais Dwuuiut:. aiiLi i uam dance of two years: " " A3T0TSE& writes, his son was cured after his flesh had almost wasted away. The doctors pronounced the case incura ble. A3T0THXS was cured of Fever and Aguw after trvinz every medicine in his reach. - AUOTHEE was cured of Fever Sore which had existed fourteen years. AXOTHEJl of Rheumatism of eight year Cases innumerable of Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint could be mentioned in which the' Purifier and PUIs AYoyV Yxe a CWvsv. TAoovX VvWs are the most active and thorough pills that have over been introduced. They act so directly upon the Liver, excit ing that organ to such an extent as that the system does not relapse into its former con dition, which is too apt to be the case vitU simply a purgative pilL xncy are reaiiy a "SVooOl. cuA "XAvstf VvYv, which, in conjunction with the will cure all the aforementioned diseases,, and, of themselves, will relieve and cure Headache, - Costiveness, . . Coiiz (Pains, Cholera Jorhus, Indigestion, (Pain in the gozcels, (Tlizziness, etc. ' Try these medicines, and yeu will never regret it. Ask your neighhora, who haTe used them, and they will say they are . ' and you should try them before going for a pivsician. (iet a Pamphlet or Almanac of my local agent, and read the certificates, and if yoa have ever doubted you will ; At proof tlutt Iho Blood Parifier and PPls ar ptjrtly get.ijl, 1 hare tlte certiricates of tliuss eminent cfwm ftsu, Proinson Cbiltos of ". and Lucka of Cinciaoalu Bend Dr. Boback't Special Xoticfsi and CertificatM prb Halted in a coudpicuou part of this Paper frcai tun tsy time. Price of the Scandinavian Vegetable Blood Parifier, tt per bottle, or per halfdoaen. Of tlte SkTUidiDHvisin Yog taMe Blood Pills 26 oenu per box, or 6 boxes for $1. Office and Mann factory, No. 66, 64, 60, and C2 Sail Third Straet, Cincinnati, O. FOR SALE BY J. K. MUB PHY Xenia. JOHN F. P1ATTOS. Xenla. FIEMIG & BRO., Xenia. Bogle Ustick. Cdnrvill: Silas Hale, Bll brook; Anderson Jt Hand, Cliffon : G'LsS. W. Ma;sey. Osnoro ; V. S. Scudder, Eairfield : M. O. Adnras A ros., Jaraeetown j Jones A Byrd, Sprine; Valley; M.J. Enais Byron ; Jas. Benedict, low Springs ; and by drurcits and Merchants gen erally througbt the Uoited States and Canada. ; . , s a j VC!I -' 3f -. . . th;s ia a Kica a.nd PECTORAL BALSAH KEAUN3, S0fTEN:X3( AND C(FECTCaAT:N3 1T T A SATS AND yiA&LST KEDICIKS ttm- IXFAXTS AJSn TOtA'Q CH2 LBJirX.- xt is a ritiTAis mKtPT r AST KM A, CONSUMPTION, HGOPtNG COUGHJ AND CRGUP. IT U TBI BEST ATD CJTtxrt5T ry COUGHS, - ; -7. -CKi.i; .10 (.U'Jij.-i, I COLCS, lGfirS'WlS,l I SORE THS9HT3. ' B'ceJU? from tt. Ijf I Sri IKVl'S I'tii iiOiTl.... For Sale by oJI Drij;7stis ir j Rimiirturad ca!y . By Bit BTBICSLAJSD, rise1 N f TK 0. Fcrsale y J. B. Hurphy, Hain Street Fleming & Ero., Detroit Street. 13 r. TUCIiK. Fit. TUCKFR has retarnJ from Eirrcpa, i rt"- pruetiee. 1R. llCKrU Till be at Xenia (Ewi0g House) Monday, April :n. lie nai now .i.it.t Tenia ver six Year, and will eon- tinna. .liis former success ia. suuioicas guarantee for the future. IR. TCCKER cure all eurahle disear the Throat, Lungs, and t host; also all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Henri, Kidney, Bowels; and all eruptive diseases ol ta . Mi. TCCKEK is regular (rra.luate in' medicine lias attended the Coll'-gos ind Koepltals of Europe, vis; at Dublin, EJing bui tk, Lohi1jd.ik1 Paris.- Those atflicted with any Chronic disease invited le call. COKsU ITATIO FRE. nlMf