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"I Heard His Voice."
BY MARIAN A BIGELOW. I III aid Hit voice when the winds were -And tli akiea lit trp with a sunset glow : When posh of sweetness filled the air And melodies floated everywhere; , . Tiits a voice awoke front Tine and flower, Vhich thrilled 07 heart with electric power. w " I heard Sis voice when the storm wag hight s And. blaek-winged tempests swept the sit;' Darkening the morn with gloom of night, "hile nature assembled in wild affright; 1 Then a Bi?htir toic aroused my fear, ia tenet af thunder it ennrte sy ear.- Cut iirecUr at the hoar of prayer, iVhen holy thoughts hashed every care, " While the troubled soul in earnest strife Was wrestling for eternal life, v Peeper and clearer was the roice, 1 - Which made this bleeding heart rejoice. rl Kappy the sen! that always hears His voice unknown to guilty ears m That deep tone through the bosom stealing, - " The spirit's mysteries revealing; ' 0 God! what heart will not rejoice, That hears and feels and knows Thy vsice! Fbesch papers announce that convict "Was lately tracked into the service of a young married couple, where he was offi ciating as a very pretty young lady's maid, and had bee doing all tba duties of bis role for three months. The horror of the young married lady, still moreof tbe hus band may be imagined, when the police, said "That young womans i tbe man we want. Tailoring Fcrnislilng Goofls I ITicioIfl.. Jzkx A. Elack. ITichols & Blacli, '' -' - BXAIIY STREET, ... - Opposite the Court Houtc, Offer to the public one of the finest solections of .KE7 FASHIOriAELE GOODS r jver brought t Xenia, consisting of ( ... . CAGGir-IERirS. .,, VtESTIIsTG-S, Selected with great oar in-the Eastern mar ' ' '' ' "" kets, together with FUCI'ISIIIHG GOODS In great variety, and Ready-made Clothing, For those in too great a hurry to wait, made in fashionable style, and as low as can be afforded i n these days ' , - , of high prices. Our . . ' ' ' " "" stock of MfUTART GOODS & TIMMIKGS Is full and complete, consisting of SovvAec SVecc, -----" Sl.5t, "SvvYtovvs, And everything required to put a man in complete order for the "tented field," r to make him- comfortable in cold weather ' PAPER COLLARS ' ' . ' BOXES, Something nice; cheap; and convenient. IDOT COLLAES TOE BOYS. And a large assortment of chter u;;der-gar::ents Etc., Etc, Ete, "We give espesial attetrtioof toward? getting up Ililitary Uniforms, And flatter ourselves that, in this particular line", ws are letter prepared to give .... - satisfaction than any house in this vicinity. - Look in, and era.mine our Stoei. ' - j NICHOLS & BLACK. ' or OTJTR, STOCK Eveiy' Department, AXT WE ARK PREPARED TO OFFER r'i '-' ' " C ' - Great Bargains -I.V- nvsrts,' t : - . EE0W5 SHEETINGS', BLEACHED SHEETINGS', 1 TICKINGS, ' " COTTON" FLANNELS DELAINES, 1 :' " ' FLANNELS, .?-; :EAHICHAL E2H1TS, &c. ,Call and Examino for Your--.j--; .self. . .".BIDEXOTJH & BEALL -- INSURANCE. THE BEST 13 7!1E GHEAPESTI Insure .with the 1 1. Fire and Inland Navigation EitVs ae- eeptedp now as beretofur, at fair rates and libaral conditions. 9. Business conducted with constant dispatch ' aud acooraey ' ' . 3. Ioss always met with pranptnese and 00m- plctv jtutice. Net Assets, Jannary, ISSi: 3,002,55G.39 4. The Plan and Organization of the JEtom, after 46 years' serere trial, has realiz 4 the greatest paUie advaotage and suc cess of the various systems of Fire insurance fai the country. Is now better than ever pre pared for duty. 16,000 Loss Clilmshave Been settled and paid. Sixteen Millions of Dollars ! o. The Consumption of Property by fire, in is United States, averages over $TO0,000 daily. Is your property exposed and unpro tected? Are You Inwrrctf ! If not, why not?' The cost is trifling ; the duty Is manifest; there suit may be your escape from ruin while delay and neglect may involve you in bank ruptcy, poverty or cruel disappointment. Particular .Attention and regard is given to small risks as well as large ones. Able security and superior commerieal advantages afforded. T. Policies issued Without Delay. CHARLES R. MERRICK, nolo-J ACEST. GROCERIES AND LIQUORS! at HENRY FARREL'S, Opposite tine old Depot building, Detroit Street, Acnia, O. Henry Farrel takes this method' of informing; tbe cilirens of Senia, and surrounding country, that be has reseatly added a great deal to his former larse stocit of GROCERIES ASO LIQUORS! And is now, and at all times, prepared to furnish his customers with the best of everything in his tine of business, and at the- most EEASOXABLE FIGURES. ALL KINDS OF GROCERIES, Coffee, Rice, FiZh, Sugar, Molatsri, Teas of all Kinds, Starcli in Large Quantity. . Raisins, Candies, Soap, Spices, c:, &c. MEAT and FLOUR at all times for srle --. - A If 0, Buckets, Tubs-Baskets, Brooms, Wash Boards, &c. All kinds of LIQTJOESr ' Both Foreign and Domestie, B RANDIES, WINES, ' BOCEBON, KTE, ind' . . IBISH WHISKIES. i Sold at Retail or Wholesale All kinds of Country Produce. Oar Stock consists of exchanged for Groceries or Greenbacks. , ' ; IIEXEV FAKBELL. IIEDICAL. t it;- - THIS 18 A RICH AND PECTORAL BALSAM OF THB MOST HEAUNG, SOFTENING, AND EXPECTCAT1N3 QTT.AJLil'X'I-ES. IT IS A 1AFB AND FLJtASANT MD'CIX r5 JXFAATS AXD TODG C HILDKE IT 18 A KF.XK1T TO ; : ASTHMA, CONSUMPTION, HOOPING COUGH AND CROUP. IT TITS BCST AND CHEAPEST BKJtEDV TOM COUGHS, CHRONIC COUGHS, COLDS, SORE THROATS, NIGHT SWEATS, & Bieedinj from the Lungs, 6l ChMl PKR lidTTI.K. Tor Sals liyall Dnifjsts, and manuf.u'tured only Dy D3. STHICKIiAU D, CTHOIMIATI, O. ;: 1..- . Vv-r.-- ' I'orsale by Murphy, 'olain Street, J. B, Florainij & Ero., Dotroit Street, aolfl a - GBEAT RURAL AND FAMILY WEEKLT. New Volume New Feature New Type. Moon's RrBAL New-Yorker, long known as the bftt and mott popular Agricultural Hor- ieuiltvral. Literary ar,i Family Ncvrpaper in h;S Country, entered upon its Fifteenth Year and Yolnine, on tbe 2 J of Janaarv. 1804. The new volume will at least erual either of its predecessors m Contents, Style and Ap pearance, for we have resolved to spare no effort er expense to enhance tb reputation and standing of tbe paper as the Best Newsrraper of its Class ON THE COX TIX EXT.- Alwsys Loyal, Fraetie&l and Progressive? The Rural is the Favorite Farm and Fireside Journal largely read and admired in bath Town and Country. Its ample pages com prise Departments devoted to, or treating upon v Agriculture, Architecture, Education, Literature, Horticulture, Rural Economy, Arts and Sciences, General Xews, With various minor Departments, and numer ous Illustrations, Talcs, Sketches, Music, Poe try, Enigmas, etc., etc., rendering the whole paper instructive and entertaining to the va rious members of the Family Circle. In 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 faT the best authority on the subject in the country. P. BARRY, Esq., author of "The Fruit Garden," and formerly editor of The Horti culturist, will also-eontribute to the Rural for 18b4 enriching its Horticultural Department with the results of his great experience. WAK NEWS, MARKETS, ETC., Receive speciiiT attention the Rural contain ing Reports o the principal Grain, Provis ion, Cattle, WcoL, and Fruit Markets in the Coun'.ry. Remember that the Rural emanates from one of the very beft cultivated sections of America, and that its Editors, Contribu tors and Corrcrpondents strive to promote the Pecuniary Interests and Home Welfare ot its tens of thousands of readers. Also that it is not a monthly, of only 12 issue9 a year, but a Large, Beautiful and Timely Weekly. STYLE, FORM, TERMS, ETC. Volume X V for 1804, of the Rural New- Yorker will be published in Superior Style with new type, good white paper, and many fine illustrations. Its form will continue the same as now Double Quarto with an in dex, title page, etc., at close of year, complete for binding. ... TERMS, ALW 4.1 3 IN ADVANCE TJ a year; U copies tor j; b for $1U; 'll for 5ij ; with a free copy for every club ot six or more. gtaj-Now 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, ect., sent free to all disposed to benefit their neighbors end community by introducing the paper to more general notice and support. Address V. U. 1. MUUKB, Rochester, N. Y. PROSPECTUS OF TEE Daily, Tri-WeeMy and "Weekly Ohio State Journal, "3 FOR TKE YE AR 1S64, The wonderfuf events that are now trans piring in ibis country, upon which the eyes of the world are fixed, render a good newspaper necessity in every intelligent family. lhankful for the increasing patronage that has attended their efforts' to nk the fii'o State Journal a-' Jrirst Clais Fatnily Newspaper, the Publishers are prompted to continued ef forts in thedirectioa of progress and improvement- It is their aim toniake the Journal a com plete compendium of news, a chaste and pleas ant fireside companion, a faithful market guide, a fearless and truthful exponnnt of po litical matters, a punctual chrouicleff of Leg- iilativt and Congressional proceedings : and in short a weekly summary of events in tbe po litical, Bocial, religious, scientific and commer cial world. With this- end in1 view, it will contain a- full summary of current news, Con gressional Reports; Legislative Proceedings, Marret Keports- (foreign and Domestic), the latest Telegraphic Dispatches, Political Intel ligence; Literary Gossip; Choice Poetry orig- nal snl selected editorials on Current Topics, Stories, Sketches, etc.- Due attention will also be given to Agricul ture" and Educational affairs. . The A'ewt Department will embrace the latest Foreign and Domestic Intelligence, received by mail and telegraph, carefully collated, down- to the hour of going to press. 7 We W ar for the Lmon- will be faithfully chronicled", each important event down to the latest moment being presented, with full de tails of catties, and of Military and Naval movement s - . The Ohio Stale 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 en earth. In doing this, it may be called upon at times, to speak plainly; but it will always speak upon- the conviction of duty, and never as an adulator of men in high places; and net hesitate to strip- tbi 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. TEEMS OF THE DAILY JOURNAL. Single subscribers 1 year, do. do. 6 months, do. do. 8 months, do. do. 1 month, 7 00 3 50 1 75 0 CO 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 week, each copy. TERMS OF THE TRI-WEEKLY JOURNAL. Single subaeribers 1 year, do. do. 6 months, do . do; 8 months, -d. do. 1 month, 8 50 1 75 0 00 0 20 TERMS OF TIIE WEEKLY JOURNAL. Single subscribers per year, - - 2 00 Four subscribers per year sent to one address, - - - 7 00 Ten subscribers per year, and one to -the getter, up of the club, sent to one address, - - - 15 00 Twenty subscribers per year, and one to the getter, up of the club, sent to one address, . 25 00 IIURRT, ALLEN & CO., Publishers and Proprietors, Columbus, O. PAINTS, PAINTS!. 0 TLS, Varnijhcs, Dyes, Patty, etc., of the bost quality aou at tn luwcst ,iricpK nlwavs, nt fATTON'S. isricaltural Implements & Stores. AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE DETROIT STREET, XEXIA. RICHMOND PLOWS (Gekcise), RAYMOND S ROBERTS FLOW WHITELEY PLOWS, MILLER PLOWS, CUTTING BOXES CORN S HELLERS, SEED SOWERS, SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS, &r. AGENTS FOR THB CELEBRATED WHITELET CHAMPION SELF-RAKER, RE AFEE AND MOWER. CLOVER, TIMOTHY, HUNGARIA AND BLUE GRASS S E ED S, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH PAID FOR ALL KIND OF FIELD AO GARDEN SEEDS, t ALSO, DEALERS IN IRON STOVES AXD TINAVAliE. Jefferies & Carey. GROCERIES, TOTS, Ac. .864. 1864. THE UNION FOREVER ! A GOOD ASSORTMENT Of T O 2" S ALW ATS OX HAND- I would inform the citizens of Greene county, that I have opened cms of the largest stocks of GROCERIES QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE, WOOD AXD WILLOW WARE, To be found in tlie Market. Coal Oil, and Coal Oil Lamps, AUD LAM? CHIMUEXS that caa hot be brokra, and need not be takes oft to light tbe lamps. I keep constantly on hand CIGARS, FINE CUT and PLUG TOBACCOS of the beet brands. Call and price the goods. C. W. TRADER, no.5 . Next door to the Tost Office. 1KRFUMERV, Extracts. lair Dressing, Fancy Oood, and Notions of all hinds at fATTON'a BOOK AXD JOB PRIMIXG. Job Printing OFFICE ! Baring prsesred a large and splendid assortment 0 PLAIN AND FANCY TYPE We are now prepared to print ETory Style Circulars, Every "Variety. PUOLIO SALE BILLS, Of any Size. HAND. BILLS, Of any Style or Size. PAMPHLETS, Euted in the neatest style, and with dispatch. Of all kinds, LABELS, BILL HEADS, As neat as can be done in the State. WEDDING & VISITING CARDS, NOTES, CHECKS Funeral EJoticec, POSTES Cf asy siie, from the smallest to the large?! With all onr material new, both Presses and Type; we can safely say that w can do all kinds of BOOK & JOB PRINTING, As neat, quick, and as cheap as any fiinting Office in tho State, and on the shortest notice, and the most reasonable terms. Ornamental Printing and ail stylos of FRIinO LI COLOHS l-xff utd-uii tli ?hirlt notice. Is IF IF A National Bank, OF Formerly Xenia Branch Bank. PAID l? CAPITAL $120,000 A . ITIvllnpr, -President, A., Trader, Ciistiler. DIRECTORS: ; Jon A.ikent, Samuel Pctkhbacgh, A. Trades, ' A. H. Bacshhas, , A. DlTLISS, This bank is now in operation, and ia pre pared to receive depoeits, make collections, discount acceptable psper, and do all busin ess pertaining to banking. Banking House, same as formely occupied by the Xenia Branch Bank, corner Detri and Second streets. A. TRADER, Cashier. DiSLES ! ! CI0LE3II A LARGE VAEIET? D VELVEf , AND Clicapei Binding-, . ; For sale by o5 F. HARRIS & (0 Wholesale and Retail! If yon want to make agod investment of yoar - Greenbacks and Country Produce III GROCERIES. eall at 17. H. UILSOS. m Opposite the Ewing House, Senia, Ohio. li ou want SVces, See., GO TOIVILSQIS. If yon WlfTlt NICE FIS H 3 ; GO TO ' If "you want the BEST BRANDS ef Tobacco Giars 'go to' Wilson's. If you want t . COAL OIL LAMPS, and or any tiling else in tbe Grocery line, the p!hce to 2't it. Call and see for yourselves, 19 ly CARUTHERS S CAR SOU, Gil O CEBg TOU WAKT T E S , GO TO CARRUTHER3 4 CARSON, YOU TVAXT SPICES, GO TO CARRUTHERd 4 CARSOX ALSO: QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE. LARGE ASS0RTMEXT OF GOAL OIL LALIPS, ASD COAL Oil... ALL FOIl SALE CHEAP IOR CASH, or corxTiir itvOduce. fLEASE HVE VS A CALL. I . - . 'i.. i. . f -"Hi m.xA J;' .,1 "5 pestHia Cg oatar!f ear naf "'' Far tke bit sttadlso Cosliaeit tea' and ',1 isQoiixi'-;. hare been Introduced to flie puttie Tor mart than six years, and have acquired aa " far exceeding any ' Finally lUcalclSe -5f ft similar nature in the market. An appreciating pnblio was not long ill discovering they possessed remarkably CvvYdVvi TvosAvtV,' and hence their and eonsequent profit to the Proprietor, thus) enabling him to. expend , .- , "..-,',.,!"-" of dollars each year in advertising ihtli merits, and publishing "the , : "wmeYOvva Cert!.c.'txfts- which have been showered upon him fjroa Tbe peculiarity of the . .. is that they strike st tlie root of :I)?eie, by eradicating every particle of impurity for the fife and health of the body depends1 upon the purity of the blood. - . - i If the blood is poisoned, the body dragsr out a miserable existence. - These medicines for curing SiTofuld, Syphilis, 8kin (Diseases, - Otd Soree,-- - 1 Bait Iheum, Rheumatism, (Dyspepsia, - Eio7t Headache, Liver Complaint, Fever and gu.i ' Leueorrhcea, Female Complaihtr Erysipelas, St. JlntHony's Fire,- Tumors, Eruptions, Fits, Scrofulous Consumption ft:. -OITE person writes, her daogfiterw'ai career of fits ot cine years' standing, and St Vitus dance of two years. - A!T0T2E& writs;13 eon was cured after his flesh had almost wasted away The doctors pronounced the case ineura-" We. i:- - AX0THES was cared of Fever and A gue' after trvinir every medicine in his reach. ANOTHER was cured of Fever Sera which had existed fourteen years. - ? AS OTHES of Kheumatism of eight years. Cases innumerable of Dyspepsia and Liver' Complaint could be- mentioaea in which the Purilier and Pills . . . . "WovVs. Vkc a Cvvm. . are the most active and thorough piiJe haf have over been introduced. ,t-, :, They act so directly upon the Liver, excifr in i that organ to such an extent as that the system does not relapse int its former con dition, which is too apt to be the case with' simply a purgative pUL They are really a - ' ' - which, in conjunction with the r ; -' Will cure all the aforementioned diseases, and, of themselves, will relieve and core Headaehe, Costiveness, . s . ; Colia (Pains, Cholera JSorbus, , Indigestion, Pain in the gonitis, Qrizzintss, eta. - " Try these medicines, and you will tiefef regret it Ask your neighbors, who have used th&n, and they will say they are. CiooiJk. tAcv.e, andyoa should try them before goinj for a physician. j ? Get a Pamphlet or Almatiae of my loeaV agent, and read the certificates,' aad if joar huve ever doubted you will . At ii proof tht the BloM PuriiW nJ Pflls mr ptjr!y Trgf tal'le, 1 har thj ceriiflmtei o( thuw miiMt chm tau Protesson Cbllboo of Ji. T.vnd Lock ot Cmciauti. BmiI Dr. Bobnck't 8icUT Notfcw nd Ortifl mtm pt lislied in ft conspicuous paxt of Una Paper from usm t Urn. Pricf of the SomftinaTian TeprtsMe Blool FurfBr, ft per bottV. orPfmr hif dii. Of ttVDdiniiTiM tftMe Blood Pills, 3ft cent! per box, or 6 Ijoxm for $t. Otfic and MsnafWtorT, o. 44, 60, Aad U Third itreet, liDcianti, O. , f FOR' SALE' BY J.-P-. MURPHV Xeni. ' . ! JOHN V. PLATTOX. Xeiiii; FXKMIXGdk BR)., Xenlv ' " Bog's 4' Csticli; f'eaarvilii'i Sliitil ii!s,; Birii hrook ; Anderson A Hand, Clifton ; G-L. 4 S. ,W ilawey. Osborn : W. S. Soodder, Eairfis'd M. O. .Aitnras A ''ros., Jamestown; Jon?s A Byrd, Spring Vltey:M. J. Ennis Byron ; Jas. Beasdict, Tsl low Springs ; and by druggists and ifarrBanUgaa-. er&IIy throught the United States anji Canada. IT has long been the aim of physicians to find a combination CrArot meaicmes having the requisite iryd stimulating and tonic properties vOy to relieve and enre the commoa x complaints of Biliousness.' Livar $y? i ';sorders, i-anfruor, jievdacae, cpiriis, Ana:a;eaiion, V -Ssl s'0'1 re the diseases ineident to this climate. T! ' remedy has been discovered by Dr. Roback, and in thous ands of caes the merits of his Bitters hava been tested in the above complaints, and there is bnt one voice from the people, and that is in favor of these truly wonderful Stomaoh Bitters. : Wo advise all who are af flicted and need an agreeable tonic for these troubles above indicated, to commence at once using these Utters, see eawtne- nient. lw Dr. TUCItER. ; DR. TCCKER h.is returned from EureM, and resumed practice. DR. TICKER will ha at ienia (Zwl House) Monday. April 4ih. .lie has saw Visited Xenia over six years,, and will con tinue, liis former success M a sulciont uarantee for the future . .; PR. TrCKER cures all curable disease of the Throat, Lung's, and Chest; also all diseases of the Stomachy Liver, Heart, Kidney and IWn t ls; aud all eruptive diseases of the Skin. Dlt TLfKER is a ret-nlar prmduate it medicine diss attended tha Colleges a Hosri'als of Europe, vis: at Dublin. EJin burjih, London, and Paris. . 1 Those amictetl wnn any Chronie diseas are invited to call. CONSULT ATIOX FREE. U0l7-!t Jill--