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Railroad Time Table. Arrival and Departure of Mails. Arrivals. lirtern ?..luDbwJli;l arrive . . 3i Imm, a-niTitand Way Mail srnvet 3.33 r u WMt.ra p.TWo Wail. . . . - . 12.10 r WcMrm jlr.c-.anapolttl KiU " -.00p X.rtaer. i--prinf5flc Kail . . . 8.00A rtMr f.-prncStid acl Yeiiow Sorirjrsjl.JS r m ft.ai.rn Cincinnati . . 8.21 A x aoi 7.(0 F Iwimi Cuuiiwtu udW; Inii) . 1'i.Uru Departures. ZnterB (Columbus') Iwei at 8.25 A K nd 7.10 r u XeatUra (Colatnbat ana Way Mail at 12 31 r Wwtam i'li'.oD Indianapolis at .. At4 A Ji'onti.ra SprlrjrfieM at . .. . 7.20 A u Korthara (Springfield k YL Spring a S.iO a x R.ath.rn CineinaaU at 3.51 A H Ssoth.ru Cincinnati 'ay Kail . at 1.38 r H Jtova Mail, urini daily Spt EnndavJ at U.4 a leave at 1.3U pa. fJt Letter, shjuld be at the 0ce one-half km kxfsr tb. time of ttrartr, Departures. WM. LEWIS, P. M. Cincinnati Trains. ; - . . ,. . Aaaiva, KifhtSx,TiaC.,a.JkD.R., . . . Ciaoinoati Eipr.ii. . , ... Mai! aaa Aeoanmotiatioa. - : . . Calasubus AcaosnsaodaUon. ...... . 1 1 PAST. 3.51 A 1 3 i r a 12.40 AH 8.21am Columbus Trans. ,, ARKITI. ' Vijat Exl. Via C., Hi A B. S. . . . C-.neirnaH Eipr.ff. ...... j&ail and Accommodation. ...... Calmtbua Accommodation. ' . ; . Er.PAET. 1.24 Aa 8.iS a m 12.30 pa 7.2a Pa Dayton Trains. ' ABX1TX. yi-ht Frpreti.. . .' . ...... B.eond Train. ' . '. . . '. . . I Pay Kipru. . . ; PfcPAHT. J 55 A a 8.10 am 3.50 p a . A pjlmsc rtr train arrives from Richmond (via JDaytvo A V.iura R.) at $.22 r. a. Springfield Trains. . .... ARRIVE. f irst Train, . . . .. . . . , Itoniln.n. . . . . ... . DEPART. R.30 A a 7.10 pa Trains Leave Dayton Far Cincionati, it 4.53 A. v., 8.C5 A. 3. P. ., and 6.40 r. . Far Springfield and Saaduiky, at 8.40 A. M. and - a.W K a. . Trains Arrive at Dayton. Frsa HsrinDali, at 9.0 a. Jt, S. p. v., 7.45 p. v., aad nji i. a. Local Department. . . - IJotice. WaatiiDgUiB Fira Co. Ko. A raeetinj of tb. membrrt f Wathiagton Fire Co. Ko. 8 will bt held o Thursday erehing October ; JJih, 16G4. A fall atteadanee is requested. . :. . )- . E. C. HAMILTON. Secy. LooKont for rj-rious tickets end rrauduknt Voting it uy. f . On Saturdaj vre had the ret edition of winter. The daj was cold enough for De cember. Read the letter irbich we publish to daj from a Greene county boj who is cow aa'di-riog ia the South.' It Lj a pity our f . trf'c Ikvs can Dot be treated as soldiers in our cause should be. Shellabarger's Meetings. Our ucxt Congressman, Hon. Samuel Slillabarger, spote st Fairfield, on Fri day, to a large and enthusiastic salience; tOsborn, 'on Friday evening ; at James- . Aowc, on Saturday afiernoon,'and at Ccd arVi'Ie on Saturday evening. These meet ings were all well attended. Shellabarger Las made thorough work in our county, lie has given Unionists satisfaction where- . .rhehas gone. . ' Copperhead Horse Thieves. j. -, On Fridny night, according to appoint ment, Vr. E. C. Merrick, from Washing ; ton,and II. Carey,sq,of this city .deliver ed speeches to a meeting st Hartsock'r School LTouse in Ceesrtcreek Township. There were a great many butternuts in at ' .tendance." Tbey kept quiet daring the - peakic!, tnanifesting no disorder what ever.. The meeting adjourned, and the --peakera atarted lor their horse and bug is gy hich they had left near by; But horse acd bujgy were gone.. They had been stolen by the ' butternuts, and the speakers came home on foot. This is fair illttstntion of the kind of ineu who compose me -aemocrauc party, n is not to be wondered at that copperheads steal . horses. A man who becomes so depraved And degraded as to be an enemy to bis - country can steal a horse without any oa;punctrons of conscience. Union Meetings in Xenia on Thursday. Last Thursday was the day appointed Tvi a Union Keeting in Xenia. At two o'clock in the afternoon the Court House was filled with a large as d appreciative ', audience. Hon. Benjamin Stanton deliv k rcd a logical speech in favor of the Un ion cause at the ballot box. It was well received. He was followed by Mr. Hen kle of Springfield. In the evening at the aame place, speeches were delivered by ' Hon. Samuel Shellabarger and Capt. Findlcy. The former gave ui another treat of his argumentative eloquence in ex position cf the treason of. the Chicago platform. Capt. Findley spoke as we sup- pose be fights ia earnest. But we have . bq apace in the brief limits of a local ar " tiple tq fire the merest abstract of the . speeches, They were all good; all for the Union cause which triumphs ia Ohio to- day at the polls. y 'Tortresi Monroe, Oct. 7. General Orent arrived this evenJog from the front, " B rout for Wabin?;t"i). The True Story of the Georgia Peace Rumors. New York, Oct. 7. -The Post's At lanta correspondent gives the fallowing as the true version of the Georgia peace proposals. The armed foot has presied heavily upon this people, and they feel the iron hand of Sherman grasping and hold ing their very life, and I am sure with vivid consciousness of the terrors of the part and dread foreboding of the coming future, t'.at they are ready for peace on almost any terms. Neither the newspa pers nor the leaders say this, but there are strong indications in that direction. One of their papers proceeds deliberately to discuss the propriety of Gov. Brown's ac ceptance of Sherman's invitation to come to At'anta'. You have no duubt seen the report of such an invitation having been extended which Las this much of truth that while a prominent citizen was dining with Sherman one day the gentleman re marked: "I wish, General, that Governor Brown could see and talk with you." "Let Lim come," replied the General. "I have no objection to his coming within my lines. He shall pass safely in and ont. There are valuable records here which he would no doubt like to get and preserve. Let him come I would like to see him." I presume the invitation was dn'y de. iivcred to the Go-femor". I question, however, if he was prepared just at this moment to accept it. Perhaps we shall have the pleasure cf seeing him when we arrive at Macon or Augusta. Army of the Potomac. New York, Oct. 7. The Commercial's Washiogton speoial says great activity prevails in Grant's front, where th ar mies are eDgaged in throwing up earth works. Gen. Sheridan has abundant supplies until the new connections are formed. There is great activity at Alexandria. Trains are running to Manassas Gap and Culpepper. New York, Oot. 7. The ITerald's correspondent before Richmond says throughout the past twenty -four hours the advance on Richmond from the north side cf the James, while it has met no obsta cle, has been facilitated by the demonstra ted impossibility of the enemy's attempt to repossess himself of Fort Harrison, the work captured by Gen. Butler cn the 28th ult., when the enemy was go severely handled and repulsed. Several bhots were exchanged yesterday. The enemy has fully given up attempting to drive us out The Herald's 10th Corps special of the ithsajs: "We are receiving deserters from the rebel ranks daily. Most of them are from the local defense troops of Rich mond, many of them being poor laboring men, glad of an opportunity of escap ing. t . . Among the citizens within the present lines of occupation is Mri Libby, owner of the Libby Pri-on. General Butler or dered him sent to the rear. What Copperheads Swallow. In speaking of the eominericettient of the war, Senator Wade, in his recent speech at Meadville, Pennsylvania, made the following statement: As the little schooner Star of the West came into Charleston harbor, freighted with fjod for the garrison of Fort Sum ter, they fired upon her, upon the stars and stripes which she floated, and for ced her back. Had anybody raised an arm before this against these infernal traitors? Had it not been all on our side and war on theii V? Why Senator Wigfall, of Texas, said In the Senate, be. fore a set of Northern slinks which sat there, ''Mr. rreident, we have insulted your flag. We fired upon the Star of the West, and forced her- to show her heels, and you dare not resent it I" Now, Nor thern Copperheads, take that, and get down on your knees. Great applause drowned the rest of the sentence. If you have no priuciple, have you no pride ? Are all of the American people slaves and cowards ? And yet here is the Chicago Convention dawn on it? belly and beg ging for peace. OBITUARY. i Ia Elba, Knox Co. Ills, July 23th lCi, Mrs.. June M., wife of John Hogue, formerly of Greene Co. Ohio, ajred 64 years. The deceas ed was a member of Elba Center Chtirch.now under the care of Rev. T. G. SiofL Her suf ferings were rery great during her illness, but she bore them all without a murmer and died triumphant in the hope of a blessed immor tality. . 'Tw! midnight and the angel of death Silent messenger from the spirit land, Hast born away our mother dear Aud we are left a broken band. Jfother, we look upon thy Ioring form So cold in death and lifeless now ; TVe ask, "Oh God, why is it thus ?" But to thy will we humbly bow. Mother our hearts ure sad to night ; Thy lips will speak to us no more, But soon we'll meet ia heaven abo. For thou art only gone before. Mother we would not call thee back To this dark world of grief again For nw thy gentle spirit sets Where there is neither sorrow death nor pain. Mother, thy place is vacant now, And thou art free from toil and pain', But God has spared our father dear Who feels our loss to be thy gain. Our country claims a brother too, . Whose tears must fall alone ; Will God bind up his broken heart And safely bring him homa. J. R. Elmwood, III. Acknowledgment. RETCRXIXO thanks to my friends and the public for the liberal patronage bestowed oa me while in biuineas, 1 would a? k a eontinaance of the tame for my successor, Mr. Lindsey Marshall, at it is well known he is a gentleman and a mechan ic, and has none but the best of workmen in bis em ploy. Any parson having any claims against me, and those indebted to me, will please call andsettle im mediately, at the store of W. t L. ARNOLD, where I shnll be bappv to meet all my old friend. Od. , 101 it H. K. CONNOR. I Sheriffs Sale.- Jot'pk RfpUng, aatiTUt Jamet Hudtou end Rob ert Iludton. Superior Court of ilcntyo-itry County ; Eze. JVb. 930, Ko. of Case Vendi Execution againtt Property. IY virtneof tb ah Tend! execution to me y directed from the Superior Court of Moutpom ery CountT, Ohio, I will offer t Pobl'ie Sle ia front f'the Court House, in Xenia, Greeae County Ohio, ea Saturday, the 12th of Eov. AD. 1364, between the boors of 10 o'clock A. M. apd 4 o'clock P. M. of said duT the foilowiEe described Real es tate, tu.wit: All that certain tracf or parcel of land . . ... . .. n . . C I' situate lying and oeng in me iroumj 01 un"t, and Sate of Ohio, containing ninety acre.", Iciog part of the north-balf of section number three, in the 2nd Township of the 7th Range, between the .Viami Rivers, and as follows, to-w it : Beginning at the south-east corner of said half section run nine thenee with the oast bt-andary line thereof, N. 1-2 W. 105, 52 poles; thence parallel with the South boundary line thereof 88" 35' W. 134, 47 poles to the East boundary line of John Alevs, part of said haff section; thence with said lino, S. 1-2 E. 105, 52 poles to his south-east corner, a stake from which st Oak 16 inches in diameter, bears Jf. 4S6 W. 21 links and a white oak 6 inches in diam Ur B. 29 E. 8 links, thence with the South boun dary line of the half section, Jf. &'J 35 E. 136, 47 poles to the beginning. The above discribod land lies in Beaver Crock Township, G. County, nd it appraised at $ per acre. Terms of sale cash. HENRY BARNES, Sheriff, G. C. Oct 8th, lS64.-tf. NOTICE. Kotice is hereby given that the undersign ed have been appointed and qualified by the Probate Court of Greene County as Executor of the Estate of Cnarks SmitS, deceased. - JACOB O.SMI'fJf, JOHN G. CLE.MAN3, Oct 4 3t. NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the underig??ed has been appointed and qualified by the Pro bate Court of Greene Couaty as Administra tor of the estate" of Alexander S. Ballard, deceased. JOHN DAVIS. Oct. 4 3L- Ho! atlje tei k fed AT A. HERRIT'Sy Tou will find one of the largest and best selected stocks of rrTh'n CIGARS that can be found in this State. FliiE-CUT CHEWING TOBACCO Of the choicest brands. CIGARS of my own manufacture constantly on hand. The best quality of always in store, and for sale cheap. 2F 235 S Of every variety and style, from the Clay 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 a call, and satisfy yourselves A. HERRIX Tobacconist, Main Btreet, 2 doors east of Post Ofiico, Xenia. Oliio. Petition for Divorce Lueinda Yomg, t. Anthony Young,. Greent Common Pleat. VNTH0NY f ouhg itf hereby notified' that Lu einda Young, on the 30th day of September, 1S64 filed in the Office of the Clerk of the Court of Common Pleas, for Greene County Ohio, her peti tion against him, praying for a judgement of di vorce upon the grocn.ls of wi'.fall absence of her faithless hxJbanit far more than three years. Said case will be fur hearing at the October rm of said Court, 1S64. LUC LVD A YOI'A G. il. BARLOW Atty Oct. 4,-no46-6t. CLIFTON HOUSE. Comer of Sixth and Elm Street The above House, having been newly furn ished and fitted up, is now open for the ac commodation of the traveling public. Guests visiting the city, either on bujiiicss or pleasure, will find the CLIFTON HOUSE pleasantly located, and convenient to the bus iness part of the city. The Proprietors deBire, by close attention to business, to merit the patronage of the public. When yu visit the city, please give ns a call. WM. GARRISON, GEO. W. BROWN, Proprietors. HIVLING HOUSE, DETROIT STREET, XENIA, 0i BB ONLY CENTRALLY-LOCATED nOCSV IN TnS CITY. The patronage of the traveling public is mliuilal and no efforts or expense will be spared to make al oar guests comfortable. WM. M. I1AYNES, nosf Propriotor. A TTKKD t that eoagh Intime, "delay ia dan JX g.ront." Toa can t a Balram that will wir v" a I X'AIIOJ'Si- KEY.' ABVEuTISEJIESIS. SHERIFF'S Proclamation. NOTICE is her'ay jirr-n to the qualified Ekaors of Greene County, State of Ohio, that th npTt annual V'lnction for State and Coun- ! ty Officers, will be hlden according to Law, I in the several Townships of said County, at the tisual places of holding. Elections therein, on ths Second Tuesday of October, A. D. 1S64, Being the 11th day of said month at which time and places the qualified Electors of said County will vote for One person for Supreme'Judge Full term. One person for Supreme Judge Lontu expired term. One person for Supreme Judge Short un expired terra.- One person for Secretary of State. One person for Attorney General. One person for Comptroller of thtrTrea?ttry. One person for member of Board of Public Works Full terra. One person fr member of Coard of Public Works unexpired terra. One person for member of Congress. 7th District. One person for Presidential Elector. Oac person for Judge cf Court of Common Pleas. One person for Auditor of Greene County . One person for Sheriff of Greene County. One person for Prosecuting Attorney of Greene County. One person for Commissioner of Greeae County. One person for Infirmary Director of Greene County. One person for Coroner of Greene County, The Tr'wiees of the sev-rr:- Townships are hereby notified to select their apportionment of Jurors, and return the same to the Clerk of the Court of Coramdh Pleas, of Greene County with the Poll Books of said Election, to-wit : Xenia Township....'. 24 Spring Valley Township 7 New Jasper Township 3 Miami Township 7 Bath Township :: 10 Ceasarscreek Township ,... .: 4 Ros3 Township 4 Eeavcrcreel; Township 7 Silvercreck Township ; 7 Cedarvii'e Township 8 Jefferson Township 3 Sii'parcreek Township 7 Au Act, rc-eculaiins the Election of State and Ceimty oifieers, Passed May 3d 18-52, pro vides that at nil Elections to be holden under the act, the Pol!' shall be opened between the hours of Six and Seven o'clock in the morning, and closed at Six o'clock in the afternoon of the same day. Given under m hand, ntriy Office) this2Gth daj of August. A. D. 1804. HENRY BARNES, Sheriff of Greene CoHnty, Ohio.- Au. 30, 1864-tf. (no-4rjr C O M 1 E Tt G IAL. Xenia Market. Corrected weekly by II. Carey', Sr., at tiariint' t Warehouse, eoratr Sicjni ail Detroit Sis. Xenia, Monday evening, October 3, 18CL GRAIN MARKET. 'heat, fl 4 f-"rs 100 lliickwhcat, 'fo Kye, . . . . . . . 1 jo Oats 7 o Fall Barley. . 1 go Clover Seed, 6 O0 Timothy ; . . 2 25 White Beans, 2 0 0 Potatoes, go Flaxseed, . . . . . 2 00 RETAIL MARKET. Butter, 40 Eg?' 15 Lard, i 2S Peaches, ...... 20 Dried Apples, . . T . . . 15 Hominy, 8 Rice 20 Flour, per barrel, . . . ... 10 Cheese, 2S Coffee, iS'0 Sugar, . ... . . . . 25a,33 GBBAT 5ARO-AIMS IN BEY GOODS, AT Ridenour & BeaU's NEW CASH STORE ! No. 11 Kain Street, Xenia. fhty have rtois in store a rplendid assortment of Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, which ice of fer to our friends and customers at a rery low figure; less than they can be bought in Kew York or Philadelphia. OTXIR, STOCK -IS- COEZFIiETE MS- Every Department, AND WE ARE PREPARED TO OFFER Great Bargains -I.V- PIIINTS, BROWN SHEETINGS, BLEACHED SHEETINGS, TICKINGS, COTTON FLANNELS DELAINES, FLANNELS, EALIIOSAL SKIMS, &c Call and Examine for Your self. RIDENOTJR d BE ALL u? elly XEW ADVERTISEMENTS- NOTICE. Joseph A. Robbies, a non-resident of the County of Greene, in the State of Ohio, is no- tified that Sarah E. Robbins, did on the 2Gth day of September, A. v. lb'ji, file her petition in the office ef lb Clerk of the Court of Com mon Pleas, within and for the County of Greene anJ State of Ohio, charging the said Joseph .. Bobbins with extreme cruelty, gross neglect of duty for more than three years, and habitual drunkenness for more than three years; and asking that she may be divorced from the said Joseph A. Bobbins, which peti tion will stand for hcarirrg at the next term of said Court, SARAH E. ROBBINS, Bv Gateh & Sexton, Her Atty's. Sept. 27, Sept." 1S04-6L Sale of Eenl Estate, by Order of the Probata Court. OS Friday the 14th- day of October, 1S64, between the hours of ten o'clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day on the premises hereafter described, in the County of Greene, and State of Ohio, will be sold to the highest bidder the following real estate, vis: Situate in the County of Greene, in the State of Ohio, being part of the north Ralf of Section num ber one, town No. G, range No. C between the Miami rivers, beginning at a stone north-east corner to said section, arrd within the corpor ate limits of the village df Bl'.brock, run n:3g,thecce wit3 the north line of said sec tion N 77 30' W. 91 poles to a point on the west bank of Little Sugar creek, thence S. 130 poles, 44 licks, to the south line of said half Section; thence with the south line of said half section, S. 77 3GV East 01 poles to a stoile south east corner of said half section; thence north 100 pole3, to the beginning, con taining eighty-six acres. Also in lots num bers five and six, (Nos. 5 and C.) of MeClure's addition to the town of BeZlbrook, iu said County. Appraised at S Terms of SaleOne third cash in hand, one third in nine months, and the residue in eighteen months from the day of sale, with interest se cured by mortgage on the premises. SILAS HALE, Adm'r. of Joseph Brewster dec d. No. 43-Sept.l3, 18ti4-4w. Notice Notice is hereby given that the undersien ad has been appointed and duly qualified by ui Probate Court of Greene county as Ad- Ihmistrator of the estate of George Brake. dee d. ABRAHAM; BRAKE Sept. 12 no. 43-3t. Attachment Notice. Alexander & Watson, V Before A. T. Craig, against J. P. of Spring Valley Daniel blcver.J ) Ip. Greene t o., O. ON the 9th day of September, A. P. 1S64, said Justice issued an Order of Aftaeh men in the above action, for the sum of Forty Dol- Im-S. ALEXANDER & WATSON. Sept. 12, 1864-3 w. September 14, 1864. GREAT DECLINE Gr O L D ! MERRICK, M'CLURE & CO, IIAVE NOW IN STORE A LARGE and CHOICE STOCK OF PALL DRY GOODS! OCR DOMESTIC STOCK WAS PFRCIIASED IN MAY, PREVIOUS TO THE ADVANCE. OUr. SPLENDID STOCK OF FOREIGN GOODS litis been purchased since the Large Decline in Gold, Enabling cs te offer these goods much nhdar Present Market Prices, GASH PimOiiftSEQ CAN SAVE A Handsome Per Ceiitage By Examining our Stock and Comparing Prices. M. Mc. & CO: July, 12, !SC4-nolG Greene County Probate Courts The following Executors, Administrators and Guardians have filed thoir accounts and vouchers for settlement with the Court, and the same will be for hearing and confirma tion tm the 28th day of September, A. D. 18G4 to-wit: Kathan Ifesbitt, Fxeettlor of the last will of Tobias Bretney deceased. Abraham Eyrd, Executor of the last will of Jano Murphy, deceased. E. II. Hunger administrator of the estato of John Boyd, deceased. Daniel R. Harhine administrator of the es tate of John M. Miller, deceased. David M'dsker Administrator of the estate J. H. Berry, deceased. David Medsker, administrator oT the estate David Lewis deceased. John II. Cooper, late Guardian of Mary S. Paxton. A. M. Houston, Guardian of James E. Plat ter. T. MARSHALL, Frobato Judge. Sept. 6. 18G4. A. WICKERSHAM, GEO. A. DIXON, DEALER IN FOREIGN AND DOIvIESTIC IDZRTST GOODS, Sie. .H Third 5t. Dayton, O. BO- CITY DRUG S70BE ... .v r v- ;i IVo. 31 a'i ri Street, Opposite the Court House, J. B, MURPHY, CHUGS, : E3EDICIHESV r CHEMICALS, fe, Brandiss Gins, Bourbon AND ItTE WHISKEYS,: r For Medecinal Purposes. Window and Picture FRAME CLASS, ' CF ALL SIZES.- Oils, Paints AND' - : ' VARNISHES , ,f The finest, largest, aad best, and cheapest Stock of FANCY & TOILET ARTICLES, ever brought to this city. 1 wiH not endeavor' to enumerate Uiem. Ihey consist ia .;:' part 6t : ! By the square-yard, in prices ranging From 25 cts. to $3.00; Fancy Soaps, FINE" AND REDING COMBS",' ' TOOTH AND NAIL BECSHES, RALSOES & POCKET KNIVES, BY THE BUSHEL. , . . - - - STRICT ATTENTION Given to Orders, and filfed promptly, at the same Prices, as though you were present in person, and delivered at either of our Depots. Prescriptions CAREFULLY PREPARED, At afl Hours, Day or Night; Will go with you at any tours on Sundays, or at night, to fill Prescriptions, by calling on me at my residence, ou WEST WATEE STREET". IMITTSiai s Violins, fa S2 to 25 Dallars! Fifes from 25 cts to $2. Accordeons, Tamborines, Banjos, Drums, Flutes, Harpes, &c. SHEET MUSIC INSTRUCTORS. All of the above sroods have been selected wi.h great care from the Importors & Manufac tures, at the very lowest Cash Prices, and will be sold as low as they can be afforded, or had elsewhere ia the West indeed as low as they are retailed in New York City. Atlanta ha3 Fallen ! ' SO HAVE Photo Albums, PICTURE FRAMES, ARNOLD'S INK, SLATES, SCHOOL BOOKS, , STEEL KNUKA Vl.MiN, Mi nUUKArti PICTURES, LETTER PAPER, LEOAL CAP, Payson's Copy Books, and En velopes. FALLEN! FALLEN I! FALLEN ! ! The former we have by telegraph, the lat ter at Murphy s Drug btore. Cheap, Cheaper, Cheapest! CALL AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES. emember the place, N. 5 Main Strec', op pnsite Court ltoiue, Old City Drug rMer? J Tailoring - Fnrclstlrg Cccfis I. Nichols.' ' "'-Jno. A. BlacV Nichols & Black, 31 .V I IS' STREET, Opposite the Cvurt Muute, ., Offer to the public oaa ef the finest selections of HEW & FASHIONABLE GOODS ever brought to Xenia, consistiaj of CASS.L1ERES , AND ., f Selected with great care in the Eastern mar ; kets, together with '- -- FunnisisinG GOODS ' Ta great variety, and Ready-made Clothing, For those in-too great a hurry to wait, taada Ln fashionable style, and as low1 at can be afforded in these days of high prices. Our , ; stoci; of ' . MILfTABY G00DS6 T1MMISGS la full and complete, consisting ef S,ovvAev S.vck.tsv ' -And everything required t put a nan in complete order for the "tented field," or to make him comfortable in cold weather PAPER COLLARS ... .. . .. . -'ix -BOXES I '- " ' Something nice, cheap, and convenient." LINEN COLLARS FOE EOYS. And a large assortment of - WINTER UNDEB-GARLIENTS - - Etc., Etc., Etc". w We give espeeial attention toward getting up Military Uniforms, And flatter ourselves that, in this particular line, we are better prepared to giva -- satisfaction than any housa in this vicinity. ' Look in, and eza.nine vuf StoclLT - NICHOLS k BLACS. no7 HOOVEN & SONS, nrccEBsons to d. r. eh right a broi.J -DEALERS iy All Kinds of Saddlery, SHELF HARDWARE, Aagricultural Implements, Locks and Latch.es, . Guns and Pistos, Carpenter's Tools, Log Chains, -; Trace Chains, Hater Chains, Cooper's Tools, Bird Cages, - Window Grlas!, Table and Tea Spoons. Table and Pocket Cutlery; S:lf-A3justing Clothe Wringert. BRASS AND PORCELAIN KETTLE 3. Mill and Cross Cut aws. Cliildren's Cabs4 . Toy "Wagons fe Wnecibarro-vrs, . -. . e'l.j .'. Children's Willow Wagons. i'atcnt'Enamelled Leather. - ALSO, - GR0VER k BAKER'S , Sewing Macliines! " IK SHORT, All Articles in Hardware Line Particular attention will be paid to Pine Table Cutlery. Goods Sold Cheap for Cash, . OR APPROVED CREDIT. All accounts Closed Jclj 1st. and January 1st. by cash or approved not, parabl in tha Xenia Branch Bank. MM iy. HOOVEV ii iOt.