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TueH lar. May 31, 1864. GRANT'S COLLNESS. An bcMent cccvttei diirinzThars r!V n-.ornin?. that illustrates the cool new and geif-posssssioa Of the COQi- mander-in-chief of the armies cf the LV'-I r-.ntes. While the heaviest ar;..-v C.lng in the morning t-.-.s in progress, General Grant was standing ia company vith General Mead, near a re, taking and t-ndeavoring to keep themselves dry, whea a rebel eh' '.! struck within a few feet of the t? ".. , A disposition to move was man.i'ested oa the part of a cumber cf oSeers standing around, when General Grant, looking slowly around 8ndxing his eyes on he spot where th? th'U struck, asked at once for a pecket compass. which being furnish ed, he examined the course of the hell, found out the location of the lattery, and it was not long before shells were thick among the men -working said battery. -Correspondence l'hiladelphia Inquirer. Movement Against Imported Goods. 7e observe that a Ladies National Convention has assembled at Wash ington to take measures for checking the irrportatioa of foreign goods to this' country. -They circulata the following pledge, for three years or the war: "We pledge ourselves to to each other and the country, to pur chase no imported article of apparel." The effect of this, if carried out, will be to save the nation millions of dol lars directly, and millions more indi rectly, byreducing the balance against t in Europe, the price of foreign ex change, and the premium on gold. Mrs. Douglas, Mrs. Gen. Lyon, and other distinguished ladies are engaged in the movement, which we wish might b extended to our own and all other parta sf the country. Anecdote of Grant. propose to fight it out on this line if it takes all summer," was ' Grant's dispatch the other day ; where tr ca the editor of the Lafayette, Ind., Journal, referring to Grant's visit to that place on the beginning of the war, i? reminded of the -general's remark 1 3 some friends then and there: "I have gone into this wa"r and intend to see it through, if I remain a w agon- An official war bulletin from Secretary Stanton give3 the lie to a - rrhcl rnmor of General Steele's sur render with 9,000 men to Price at Camden. General Steele withdrew from Camden two weeks ago. and is now at Little Rock, having whipped Kirby Smith cn the way to Sabine Ulrer as heretofore stated. - T.Isjor-Gen. A. D. McCock and Col tynl A. D. Parrott, seeing the need of yjsiiitary men to aid in the organization cf th? National Guards, tendered their aid to the Governor, who accepted them. Gen'l. JfcCook was sent to Camp Den Tiison, and Colonel Parrott be kept at ttrr.p Chase. IQII! i Persons wishing to purchase a Stallion tl well-known BeUfonnder stock, would do well t call ea W. H. Wilson, opposite the Ering House, Xenia, Ohio; when he will take pleasure ia showing them lusae SUllion, J! s'lfounder Chief, which is for sale. eI6-tf W. II. TVILSOS. JLA X effer at prirate sale for a few we.ici th. fallow ing, on Barrett street: a Brick House IS by 30 feet, three storiei high, pvtially finUhed, with Lt 75 feet by 2t0 f-et deep ;" also, adjoining t. Tram Homes IS by SO feet, Lots 50 by 200 op; alio twelve Lots on the tame street adjoin In g the above. JO feet f roc t by 150 feet back. Jane booses and lots are weU fiiaated, being within one hundred yard-of the passenger depot, ' and will always be in demand when improved, Tor idnellicys for the employees of the railroad, an the .-Uhing to resiiis noar that great thorough fare. DAVID BARK. aoU-tf Uiw-mmO a UiwiAstW a A LARGE VAEIJTr IX 'Velvet, " AND 'Cheaper Z3inding-5 For sale ty v ' -"'"- F. HARRIS & C r ' . , - X & Rikect roa TiLts. It if a blessing to the suffering to know that ws hare as ef fectual cure for this truly troublesoms dis ease. Kr. J. F. Haiarde, of 164 Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio, UJtcs great pleasure in in rnuag all wh are suffering with piles that La neJ a amall quantity of Dr. Strickland's Tila Remedy, and it ejected a perms sent cure. This seems to be the ease with all who make Lseoftais splendid preparation. It is man x&ictured at No. 7 East Fourth street, Cincin nati, Ohio, and sold by ail Druggists.- 0'r-rnor f i.inv.nlr Tor piles, and tetter, ss'trhetime, old sores, frosted feet, and pimples on the face. This intmcnt is the prercripUoa of a eelebrated nurse, whose rarae it bears, was in the army ff F.nrUnd during the campaign in. Russia. Try it for piies simply appiy it to the parts e-aliat; if no relief is obtained the mony will be refnnded. Try it for pimples on the 'f0' ' dots not cure tbem the money shall t refunded. Try it for old sores, if it does not nea-Uhera up you shall have Tour money -wrumlkd - Keen i, j R eool plsee- ai'HY"' 6CQeral gent for Xenia. DO Lt-tl. GLASS. FIXE arTjrtuunt ef srery rii. ilw.n o - kaa4at TAIIOS S ViliiArTil.RA.li FAolILlT-V."iLh.LT" ItSTr Type. ilcoRCs Rcsal New-Yobker, long known as the but and most popular Agricultural, Ilar ieuUivral, Liirrary end Famtlg Sexrpapcr in hja Country, entered npon its Fifteenth Year and Volume, Oa the 2d of January, 13-34. The new volume will at least equal either of its predecessors ia Contents, Style and Ap pearance, for we hive resolved to spare no effort er expense to enhance the reputation and funding f tlie paper as the Eest Iletrspapsr of its Class CS THE COSTIX EXT. r of a Always Loyal, Practical and Progressive! The Rural is the FaTorite Farm and Fireside Journal largely read and admired in betU Town and Country. It ample pages com prise Departments devoted to, or treating npon Agriculture, Architecture, Education, Literature, Horticulture, Rural Ecouoroy, Arts and Sciences, General News, TRTitb various minor Bepsrtrnents, and numer ous Illustrations, Tales, Sketches, Music, Poe try, Enigmas, etc., etc., rendering the whole paper instructiTe and entertaining to the va rious members of the Family Circle. Io addition to the above variety, the Rural for 1864 will comprise a New and Important Feature a Department exclusively devoted to sheep husbandry: Conducted by Honorable HENRY S. RAN DALL, LL.D. D., author of "The Practical Shepherd, " etc., who is conceded to be far the best aothority on the subject in the country. P. BARKY, Esq., author of " The Fruit Garden," and formerly editor of The Horti culturist, will also contribute to the Rural far 1864 enriching its Horticultural Department with the results of his great experience. WAR NEWS, MARKETS, ETC., Receive special attention the Rural contain ing Reports of the principal Grain, Provis ion, Cattle, Wool, and Fruit Markets in the Country. Remember that 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 1864, of the Rural New Yorker will be published in Superior Style with new type, good white pnper, and many fine illustrations. Its form will continue the same as now Double Quarto with an in dex, title page, etc, atclose of year, complete for binding. TERMS, ALWAYS IX ADVANCE S2 a year; 8 copies for $5; 6 for ? 10; 10 for $15 ; with a free copy for every club of six or more. tiJNoir is the time to subscribe and form clubs. Efficient Local Agents wanted in all places reached by the United States and Can ada mails, to whom we offer handsome pre miums. Specimen numbers, Premium Lists, ecL, sent free to all disposed to benefit their neighbors and community by introducing the paper to more general notice and support. Address D. D. T. MOORE, Rochester, N. T. PROSPECTUS OF THE Daily, Tri-T7eekly and7eekly Ohio State Journal, FOR THE YEAH 1664. The wonderful events that are now trans piring in this conntry, upon which the eyes of the world are fixed, render a good newspaper a necessity in every intelligent family. . Taankful for the increasing patronage that has attended their efforts to make the Ohio Slate Journal a Firtt CUui Family Jfewtpcper, the Publishers are prompted to continaed ef forts ia 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 srnida, a fearless and truthful exponant of po litical matters, a punctual chronicler of Ltg itlative and Congrettional proceedings : and in short a weekly summary of events in the po litical, social, religious, scientific and 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 cn Current Topics, Stories, Sketches, etc. Liie attention will also be given to Agricul ture and Educational affairs. . ThcXewt Department will embrace the latest Foreign and Domestio Intelligence, received by mail and telegraph, carefully collated, down to the hour of going to press. The War for the Vnion 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 Slate 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 earth. In doing this, it may be called upon at times, to speak plainly; but it will always speak upon the eonviction of duty, and never as an adulator of men in high places; and it wiH not hesitate to strip the guise from traitors and sympathiiers with rebellion, who elonk their treasonable sentiments under the hypocritical cry of a peace that is to be ob tained only by compromise with, rebels in arms. TEEMS OF THE DAILY JOCEXAL. Single subscribers 1 year, - 7 00 lo. do. 6 months, - S 50 do. do. 8 months, - 1 75 do. do. 1 month, - 0 60 To agents in clubs of 10 and upward, 11 cents per week, each copy. To agenis in clubs of 30 and upward, 10 cents per week, each copy. TEEMS OF TDK TEI-WEEKiT JOTJENAL. Single subscribers 1 year, - 8 60 do. do. 6 months, - - 1 75 do. do. 8 months, - - 0 90 do. do. 1 month, - 0 20 TEEMS OF THE WEEKLY JOURNAL. Single subscriber per year, - - 2 00 Four subscribers per year sent to on address, - - - 7 00 Tea subscribers per year, and ona to - the getter, up of the club, sent to one address, - - 15 00 Twenty subscribers per year, and one to th getter, up of the club, sent to ' one address, . -25-00 EXERT, ALLEN & CO, Publishers and Proprietors, Columbus, O. Tie New York Ulastratefl .Xes, PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY. The Best Family Pictorial ever published. Illustrates all stirring and startling events, gives portraits of all notable personages. It pictures are works of art. Its original matter is furnished by the ablest writers. It contains the cream of the English Mags tines, Essays, Poems, Novels and Personal Gossip. THE NEW YORK ILLUSTRATED NEW8 IS INSTRUCTIVE. ENTERTAINING, AND ALIVE. TERMS: One ecpy for on year, 8 60 One copy for six months, 175 Out eBpy for fifteen weeks, . 1 00 ' TO CLUES. Two copies twelve months, 6 00 Three copies twelve rrontba, 8 00 Fiva copies twelve months, IS 00 And an extra copy to every club of five. Specimen copies sent free, on application to THOMAS B. LEGGETT & CO, No. 90 Ecskman street, New Yeik. THE GiRJELA-T JSPertralgia Dr. Geo. Barber's HISTANTANE0TJS, FEOIIAIiLPAIN! - REMOVES - Neuralgia in Five Minutes! cures WtttA-acVve, CoVve, Throat Diseases, For Sprains and Braises it is infallible. It rives relief by subduing inflamation, and eanses none on the part whare it is applied, ao opium or othr narcotic is ued in its composition, aad it is insoo ooos In all eases when nsed as directed. The principal inrredifnt is extracted from a plant discovered by Dr. Bahser, while travelling in the wilds of Africa, ten years since. It ia not intended to cure diseases of all kinds, but te relieve Pain. It acts like a charm in Spinal eomplainta, by bathing the Spine freely at nighC In some cases of Neuralgia it must be used on the Spine also. For Cramp, Colic, Pains or Inflama tion of the Bowels, Cholera Morbus, ic, it can be taken internally, and never fails. In see kin r patronace, the subscriber asks but justice nothing more. Te remove prejudice and estafcusn truth, one tbmg only is requisite in mis the consumer is more interested than the proprietor all who do not practically test this Belief are not capable ef criticising, but all who do and find do benefit therefrom, shall have their money refunded. DR. G. BARBER'S REGTORATI VEI1P1LLG, For th. Speedy and permanent cere of and all complaints that arise from a disordered liv er, which ia th. Constipation of the system, pro ducing paralysis of the limbs, Fever, old Ulcers, Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sallow Skin, Jaundice,. Dullness, Drowsy feeling are all caused by a torpid LiveY. These Pills I have prescribed for the past SO years ia my practice, treating chroni. diseases, and with as much success as many of my profession, Only one pill is a dose taken at night, in severe cases of Fever two may be taken by a person of full habits, and the following night take one, omit one night and take one pill ; this is sufficient in most cases. They will cure Diarrhea, because they remove the cause of the complaint. This is reason able practice. My Remedies have been nsed for many years in ray practice with much success, in chronie diseases exclusively. The publie can rest assured that they are good and will do -thorn good. Where the Re lief is used the Pill must be taken as directed on the label of directions. In Neuralgia, and Rheumatism, Lirereomplaints Ac Look well to your labels, and see that you have the genuine. My private mark and signa ture is on each label of the viaU - s.-i-n The Relief FROM PAII'J is the most popular Remedy ev.r seen for pain of all kind, tested by thousands of the first families ef to. country, last and n est. It nas been tried well, and approved without th. patronag. of th. Press, formerly. 1 shall nse th. Press as medium to let tbe masses of the people know where to find it and give the public th. priviiedge of getting cured for a small amount of money. Fifth Stbiet Hoist Arcrio!, Cincinnati, On Jan. 80, I860. Da. Baeber : Dear Sir Having been af flicted with a sore foot, at intervals for twen ty years, and particularly for the last seven months, having been nnable to wear a sock or a shoe until I was persuaded by some of my friends who had tried your Instantaneous Re lief Liniment successfully, when in i' few minutes, all pain ceased and all swelling and inflamation subsided, and I am now well. I send yon this certificate, hoping it may meet the eyes of others who are suffering as much as I have, and I am certain it will give them immediate relief. ' I am sir, yours respectfully, - HENRY J. RIDER. We have a hundred testimonials equally as conclusive as to the merits and efficscyjif this liniment; we refer only to the following : Jons AmitRsos, Merchant, Baltimore, Md. Cou Ws. CBisntjt, Bowley's Wharf, Baltimore, Capt. STtinoKKT, Steamboat Kent " A. J. Fissjkb, Merchant, -Mas. E. Kixjard, No. 70J Baltimore St. " Mrs. Rowr.s, No. 70S Baltimore EC " C. E. Thomas, Lexington St. " Isaac Walier, " " J. H. Hoblitzell, Fay.tte Su ' j" BnsrKtsp, " " " Pkkb Biddlb, Holland St - ' Cured of Rheumatism. 9re years' standing. Csarlh Gahsp.il, Flour Jlcrchant, Baltimore. S. KtVKOLES, Connollrvill.. Pa. , Jmaes Gissoii, Allegheny City, Pa. Jahts f BAivsoi, Pittsburgh, Pa. " P. Masromr, M. D., Bh.p.rdatowa, Va Wh. H. Stxvxss, Cincinnati, Ohio. J, B. Hareix, " " dioaoi Crsai " " Samuel Lhosajio " " UrsnT Loo, " Mni.Ea A Eaktwood, . J, W. CoRWIH, CTTT CLERS7. Address,' t DR. Or IJAXvSElt, Seniar Ohio. .TOIITf MURPHT, Gr.K'L. AeT, Xsnis, Ohio Msy, 10, '61n'-'i ly 1804. A GOOD ASSORTMENT OT TOY ALWAYS OX HAND. I would Inform th. eitlsens of Green, cmaty, that I bars opened ons of th. largest stocks ef i GROCEH1ES, QUEEIISWARE, GLASSWARE, WOOD AIvD TS1LL0W WARE, To ba found in the lluket. Coal Oil, :J cal Oil Lamps, ' ASD LAMP CZnOTEYS that saa not be broken, aad n..d net be tak.a .if to light th. lamps, I keep constantly on hand CIGARS, FINE CUT and PLUG TOBACCOS of th. best brands. Call and price th. goods. C. W. TRADER, no.6 Next door to the Post Office. DSY GOODS, FANCY GOODS, 4C. Spring G oods A. THIRKIELD. Detroit Street, Xesis, CUo. FRENCH, ENGLISH, and AMERICAN A nagnilTcent Stock of Ladies' Dress Goods ! AT ALL PRICES. WHITE GOODS. A FULL LINE. ELEGANT STOCK OF DRESS SILKS, Embracing the new and beautiful STYLES OF THE SEASON. Bum? SUibaa sfc.fi is Li J J sVeoai' If IN GREAT VARIETY. q Into tioists, LADIES' CORSETS, KID, SILK, AND LISLE 6L0TES. HOSIERY! A FULL LINE. Shirtings, Sheetings. Bonnets, Trimmlrigs, and Ribbons. V mum W Tjg b0T Gdods will b sold' for Cash at Short Profitt e5- . . KIRKIKIlO. 1834. AGF.ICULTUHilLVInEHCUSL DETROIT STEEETi XEXtA. RrcflMOND PLOWS (Qixcnfi), . KAYMOND & ItOEE'RT'S PLOW t WHITELEY PLOWS, miller plows, cuttlno b0je3 corn shellurp, seed sower3, SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS, 4e. AGEJfTl FOB TUB CELEBRATED WHITELEY CHAMPION SELF-RAKER, RE APE J AND MOWER. CLOYER, TIMOTHY, HUNGARIA AND BLUE GRASS SEEDS, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH PAID FOR ALL KIND OF FIELD Hi OARDEN SEEDS. ALSO, DEALERS IN IRON STOVES AND TINWARE. Jefferies & Carey. LUMBER, SHINGLES, e. HOW TO SAVE MONEY! 500,000 Feet LUIVIDEQ FCH SLSI IF YOU WISH TO INVEST TOUR GREENBACKS IN " LUMBER, BY CALLING AT THE LUMBER YARD OF 17 U. SVEEHY, YOQ CAN ZS ACCOMMODATED. WITH . DRESSED AND UNDRESSED PISE M POPULAR LUMER, SUITED FOR ALMOST ALL CLASSSS OF BUILDINGS, INCLTJDIXa DEESSED iLOOsnrs, siDnrs ma. TOBACCO BOI, LATE, 8HEMLE3, Door. tindowSsh. ALL ORDERS PR0JIPILT FILLED, ASP . DELTVERBD I? DESIR2D. YARD ON THE CORNER CF BE TR OIT. AND WA TER STS. WILLIAM 8WEENY. G 0 iCAi )" a. i L a. D3ITSIITI3I Job Printing Havinj preeand alarjs and spl.ndid assoxtm.nt o PLAIN O FAKCY TYFE W. are a.w prepared to prist ETery Style. Circnlars, rery "Variety. FUmO SALE CILLS, or any lx. HAND BILLS, Of rn.ti.-y Style or Size. PAIMPHLETS, E-cntd in th. neatest styl., and with dispatch. Or all Itlndw, LABELS, BILL HEADS. As aeat as can b. don. in th. State. VEDDIiiG & VISITING CARDS, NOTES, CHECKS Funeral notices, E XT "V ELOPES, Of any sits, from the smallest to th. larf est With all aor material a.w, feothtPrsues and Type, ws saa safely say that w. eaa do all kinds ef BOOK & JOB As lest, qoiek, and as .heap as any Priatlnf OOe. ia tat 8ite, aad aa th. shortest aotie., and th. ssost raasenabla terns. Ornamental FrHir aad all styles of ...si I La J E.J IwLL.iaJ Exssol.d oa eh. shortest aoHce. ilerey lini rBcgesrli Bargains rrx-xjjsr credit. riEU s?i:;g m su":ier D2Y GOOBD, at the new CASH STORE of Ridenonr fr BealL STSEET, Jost received from the eastern cities, Latlies Dress Goods. Embracing many new styles. Spring and Scmm.r SHAT7LS, II0SEOY, GLOVES, EOITOETS, EE3E0NS, FL0T7EHS, EITEIIOIDEIIIES, ' BALH02AL SSUITS, &c. Larre Stock of DOMtSTICS Jmd TASKEE N0-TIO-N'S. Prints, Checks, Bleached and Brown Muslin Flannels, &c, &c, Hats and Caps, New Style. Ladies' and CMldrens' Shoes. Splendid assortment of CASSIMERES, COTTONADES &c. CASH purchasers will find- great induce ments. EEDEXOUS & BEALL Bol9-ly GH0CERIES! Wholesale and Retail! If you want to make ageod investment of your CJreenbacka and Country Produce III GRQCHniED, all at iv. n. ivnso::'sf v Opposita the Ewing Eonse, Xenia, Ohio. If yon want GO 70 UILSO.'I'S. If yon want NICE EISH, go jo iviisc::'s. If yoa want the BEST BRANDS ef Tobacco 3 Ciorb, GO TO UiLSD.'I'S. If yon want COAL OIL LAMPS, and ilia tUSEj, or any thing .Is. in the Grocery lint, uilso;:js Is th. pbe. to get it. Call and s. for yonrseiv.s. 19 ly CA RUTH ERS-6 CARS3H, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GEO CERS. IT T0U WAST GO TO CAERUTHZRS A CARS0S. T0U WAXT - SPICES, 00 TO CARRUTEERS A CARSOS. ALSO: QUEEHSWARE, GLASSWARE. LARGE ASSORTMENT 01 :r oil laf.:?s, AND COAL OIL.."" ALL FOR SALE CHEAP FOR CASH, OR COUNTRY TRODUCE. TLCASE GIVE US A CALL 'St snt-ts Fiia Mined etr fves, F tls ibis koiSesi CiLiint Kn. am. "blo"bcs ancL have been introdnced to the public for srnor than six years, and have acquired an far "exceeding any Family Medicinee of imilar nature in the market. An appreciating publio wa not long IA discovering they possessed remarkablsj md hence their and eonseqrjent prot ia the Proprietor, fca enabling hitn to expend cf dollars each year in advertising raerita, and publisaing flie . which have been showered upon him from '. The peculiarity of the ia that they etrike at the root of Disease, ; by eradicating every particle of iapority for the life and health of the body depeaia npon the purity of the blood. If the blood ia poisoned, the body drajJ out a miserable existence. These medieio . for curing Scrofula, Syphilis Sin diseases, Cli Ecrtt, Bzlt heum., Rheumatism, (Dyspepsia, Biok Eeadaoh; Liver Complaint, Fevtr and figut, LrueorrHcea, Female Compltintt, Erysipelas, Bt. Jlntony' Fire, (Tumors, Eruptions, Fits, Scrofulous Consumption, et. 5 5 "5 5 ONE person writes, her dangh ter was cjar4 of fits of nine years' standing, and St Vita dance of two year. AN0TKE3 wrlws, his son was enr.l after his flesh had almost waated away. The doctors pronounced the ease lncara bla ANOTHER was cored of Fever and Agtie aTter trving every medieins in his reach. AN0THS2 was cured of Fever Sor which had existed fourteen year. AX0TKE2 of Rheumatism of eight yeara. Cases innumerable of Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint could be mentioned in which the PuriSer and Pilla are tO1"08' 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 docs not relapse into its former con dition, which is too apt to be the ease wiUi simply a purgative pilL They are really a which, in conjunction with the will care all the aforementioned diseases and, of themselves, will relieve and cure Headache, Costiveness, Colio (Pains, Cholera Jforlus, Indigestion, (Pain in the F.oxuls, Qlizziness, eto. Try these medicines, and you wL3 never regret it Ask your neighbors, who hare used them, and they will say they are and yon should try them before going for a, physician. Get a Pamphlet or Almanac of my local agent, and read the certificates, and if yo have ever doubted yon will A. piW thtthe Blowl PvriftoreoS rtHtnfmrr VegetAbi., I bare th. erti flem'e. of tboee eniDMt .Ma ssts, Proleaeors Chiltoa N. X., and Leek mf Uaciaaai!.: Bad Sr. Boback's Special Norleee nS CW-HSeaiM sak htbmd in a coaspicooas part of tlus Fapw froea Umm M Sim.. Prfee of th. SouidiaATiaa fet.Me BlosS F-arfSr, ft per bout., or pr half dozen. Of too StmsoiMTlav Vg uble Bkud Puis, 16 nala pr box, or 6 baxM far II. Office And MuoikctorT, 2ios. So, U, SC, ud SS Sm( Third Sckmc, ClodnjuU, O. FOU SALE BY J. R. MUKFHT -Xenia. JOHJT F. PLATTOX, Xenia. F ITEMING di BRO., Xenia. Bogle A Uitick, Co darville ; Silas Hale, B.H. brook; Anderson A Hand, Cliflon ; O h. k S. W. Massey. Osborn : W. S. Scadder, PairGeid ; M. O. .Adams A Hros., Jamestown; Jones A Byrd. Spring Valley; M.J. Ennis Byron; Jas. Benedict, Tel . low Springs ; and by drurfrist snd Merchants gtm. .rally ihroagbt the United State, and Caaadas. THIS 13 a RICH i-D PE0T0EAL BALSAII Of THE HO0T EuUJKG, S0FTEN1X3. AND tDCPECTCBATHa n ii i arm at nuuxT xcDicm v nri'AXTS AAD TOUO CHILJiaX3r. IT M A CtKTA,m BF.XCDT ItB ASTHMA, HOOPING COUGH, CONSUMPTION, AND CROUP. IT IS Til BIST ASD CHZArKST H'tBT roa COUGHS, jCHRONIC COUGHS, C01DS, KiGHT SWEATS, S03E THSOATS, I Bteeding from the Le 60 CK.NTS FEil BOTTLK. ror Sal. by all Drufci'ts, and mAoutictured onl By E2. 8TItICXIiA5 D. Forsale iy J. 3". Murphy, Main Street, Fleming & Bro., Detroit Street. noii 13 r. TTJCKR. DR. TUCKEH has returned from Zuror, i resumed practice. . - DR. TUCKER will be at ienia fEwing Douse) Monday, April 4th. H. has Bow visited Xenia ever six years, and will con tinue. His former succees is a auicient guarantee for the ftiture. DR. TUCKER cures all eurmble diseases of the Throat, Lungs, aad Chest; also all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Heart, Kidney, and Bowels; and all eruptive diseases of 6kin. 1R. TUCKEIl is a TeCnlr rrsduaie in medicine has attended the Co!';? aid Hospitals of Europe, vis: at Dublui. EJini I bargb, London, aud Paris. Ihose amicted with any Chronie disease are inTited to :a!U COULTATIO?r FSEE. elT-tf