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ALL ti uiual Tirittiu may U fc-aeti t ... PaTTON'S. paixts, insrrs 0 TLS. Va-t!iV. Dyes, Potty, cie, sf the best qaLtj ud at U lowen prices ''"VV,, TOILET SOAPS. ttarCMEUT, Eztracti. Hm DrafBif, Tiacy Quodj, ud aoUou of a.1 kinds at PATTON'3. VIOLINS B OTTS. Etriora, BridrM, ud wrtVise that Lata a v . FINl auartment of Coal , low at OJ Lanspi, very FATIOS'3, GLASS. A FINE auortmsnt band at of every lit, always OB PATTON'S. CABUTHEBS & CARSON, rrnoLKSALE and retail GRO CE II S TIC WANT TEAS GO TO CARRUTHERS CARSON. IF YOU WANT SPICES, GO TO CARRCTHER8 A CARSON. ALSO: QUEENS WARE, GLASSWARE. A LARGE ASSORTMTNT OF GOAL OIL LAL'.PS. AND COVL OIL. ALL rOH SALE CHEAP FOR CASH Oil COUNTRY mODUCE. PLEASE GIVE LS A CALL. SEPTEMBER U, 1S64. GEEAT DECLINE Gr o'L I) ! MESHICK 5ICCLCRE 4 CO. HAVE NOW IN STORE A LARGE and CHOICE STOCK ' CF- IE1 .A. LL ODS. CER DOMESTIC STOCK WAS PURCHASED IN MAY, PREVIOUS TO TUE ADVANCE. OUR SPLENDID STOCK or FOREIGN GOODS lias been pnrchajed since the Large Decline in Gold, Enabl'm j u to o2er those goods much uodtr Present Market Prices. GASH pimoiiASEns CAN SAVE A Handsome Per Centage By Examining cur Stock and Comparing Prices. M. Ma 4 Co. Juir, 12, 1864-nol6 EOOKS, STATIOXEBT, Ac. LOOK HERE! IF you want any tbinr; in the way of fino Jewelry, Watches or Gold Pens, go to FLEMING & DEAN'S, ZVo. 4 3IainStreet, XENIA, OHIO. IF yo-i want Pocket Pibles, Psalm Books, or Commentaries on the Holy Scriptures, go to Fleming k Dean's. IF yon want Wail Taper, Gilt Frames, fine Perfumery, or the Tery best of Stationery, go to Fleming & Dean's. IF you want any kind of School Cooks used in the Public Schools, or Seminaries, go to Fleming & Dean's. IF you want Theological Bno'gs, Catechisms, or fine Photo Albums, go to Fleming Dean's. IF you wont Walking Canes Band-boxes, or any of the popular Periodicals cf the day, It -t a - 'fthe Minutes of the ; ..... ( : : :.e V. V. Church, go to ricaiirjj k ilea . . IF ycu want Methodist Hymn Books, Bap tist llvmn Books, or Presbyterian Hymn Books, you wijl find thorn at Fleming & Dean's. IF yon hiv any good cloan Linen or Cot ton Rns, and want the highest piice for them, Uko tUeoi to Fleming !i Bean, Xo I Main Sti-ot IBM A. OHIO, ' FACILY. is ing the Inst for the not feel this Tru for be day 3 and the up not as be the W. and the heat, of lo nut, us is An! Local Department. Our market ia trail tupplied witto fish- . 1 I ! I IN ' - ' - t3 There wa a very hear frost on Thursday morning. tO" Tin farmers r sow cribbing their corn. Th yield is about average. TTe print a Tery spirited war poem our first page. S3 "My Punishment," i the title of a Tery thrilling story on our first page. Oar home dealer! are retailing coal thirty-five cents a bushel. BGi. Captain Mil's, of this county, has bees appointed Post Quartermaster atNashville. tf- Our Catholic friends are aiding many improvemeats to their Church in thia city. It makes a fine appearance. Bfl After you read this copy of the Sentinel hand it to your neighbor, and ask him to be come a subscriber. The Soldiers' Aid Society meets at the residence cf Mrs. Davidson, on Market street, 83?" Rev. Win. Ballontine will preach at Theological Hall on next Sabbath morning at 11 o'clock. J We expect to be able lo give full and Sentinel complete election returns in the next week. KSr The farmers still continue to bring in fire-wood. But those in want should supply themselves soon. VQ. Paper for printing purposes still con tinues to go up in price. Common newspaper now selling at twenty-seven cents a pound. Ordinary business cards, in the print offices of Cincinnati, now cost seven dol lars a thousand. This is much higher than prices charged in Xenia. SQ DeTote next Tuesday to the cause of your country. Not only go to the polls your self but see that your neighbors go. See that eTery man votes. We should bring out our whole Tote. The enemy is active and unscru pulous. He must be beaten at every point. ISS, There was very large audience in the lecture room of the new Trinity Church on Sabbath. The two charges were united the services of the day. A sermon was preached by the T.everend Grovcr. A large collection was taken up to aid in defraying expenses of furnishing the building. tS We last week published a list of the nimes of Thysicians of this , county. We thought it was complete, but were sadly mis taken. We find upon thinking about the mat ter, that there are several whose names are attached to the fee bill. They must not badly at being left "out in the cold." The Result in the County. Our friends need not fear for the result in county on next Tuesday. The Union Central Committee has done thorough work. ethere have been but few meetings, but the great Cnion party h.'.s been thoroughly or. ganixed in every township. Look for a good report from "old Greene." Election Notice. The members of the Cnion Agricultural Society are notified that the annual election officers and manegers of said Society will held nt Jamestown on Saturday, the Gth of Nov. next. Society will meet at 10 o'clock A. M. Polls open at 12 and close at P. M, It is hoped the members will be punctual as important business will be presented to the meeting. ROBT. BROWN. Pros. Union Meeting at the Court House On Saturday Evening. There will be a Union Meeting at the Court House, in this city, on to-morrow, (Sat urday) evening. Major It. P. L. Baber, will address the people. The Major was for three years a citiien of this county; was.Presiden tial elector in 1SS9; has a political reputation throughout the State, and will undoubtedly make a good speech. Let the people come out hear him. To Our Subscribers. This is the fiftieth number of The Xenia Sentinel Two more numbers will complete, year. We desire to have all our subscri bers continue the paper for 18C5. If they think they will be likely to get the worth of their money we would like to have them pay for the new year at once. Those who do pay will have their papers promptly dis continued at the end of the year. We never the Sentinel in advance. We make no money in a large subscription list. Paper is enormously high in price, and is going higher eTery day. We have no promises to make for the new year, except that The Svnlinel shall be as good we can make it. Its present numbers may taken as criterions by which to judge for future. Court of Common Pleas. The following are the names of the petit jurors: AdamTurner.'John Harbine, Thomas Sphar, P. Davis, James B. Monroe, Joseph Flick, Isaac Baker, Jeremiah Krepps, Josephus Blair, William A. Anderson, Eobert Evens Joseph V. Williamson. Several esses hae thus far been decided: Alexander vs. DeHaven, judgement for plaintiff S1837. 40. The case of Linkart vs. Allen has been re-assigned for Monday, Not. 14th. Bell et al ts. Bell et al. deed sustained. Truman ts. L. M. C. Si X. K. R-, verdict for plaintiff 23. 75. figyThe glorious days of autumn b-fcuti'y land. Old Summer, with her days of ijolden her meadowy carpets, her forests of green, her opening flowers and her singing birds, has gone out of time; and autumn, queen the hour, sits upon bcr throne, closes the flowret, motions the feathery songster -vay warmer breezes, ripens th corn and 'he waves us the golden leaf, j;akcs bare the covers the land with the carpet of frosty whiteness, floats fitful clouds in space above, us with northern winds, and prepares and our world for tho icy grip of stern old coming Winter. Tea, old Aulnmn is upon us. The farmer closing up the business of the year. lie is filling the cellar, the wood-houso, the crib, the Who doss not welcomo the season ? th"! lr-z,z eenins arc- c?:r.;i:r - c-c-il i r last on at of light from bright fires and social joy. Eat fruit, cract nuts, read books, -tell rales, live gay, bVhappy: Bat in the tnidat of joy, thore'eome np pictures lo sadden pictures of brothers, "Boas, husbands, dear ones, on hostile fields far away Forget not these in the long evening tours noble fellows who have surrendered aa the comforts of home for our good as well as their two. Tea it is h arrest the harvest of the year and a harvest of men; the farmer reaps unmeasured grain; God reaps unnumbered hn. nf men- for the one let us thank the G;t- er; for the other let ns sorrow, and through repentance ask a release from judgements and a better day, so that by another Autumn the sword may be sheathed, and all our livin; may be at home with us to enjoy the fruits of the year and the fnrits of a glorious Tictory oyer otir countrj.s. enemies . What Does it Mean? Is Greene county a prison, a camp for the confinement of bad men, a penal colony, or hat? Who can answer? Acitinnof Kentucky, a deserter from our armv, for a "violation of his oath of allegiance to the Government of the United States of America," has been sentenced "To remain icithin the UmiU of Greene county, Ohio, durini the continuation of the war. We have before us "General Orders, No. 61," dated "Headquarters, .Northern Uepart ment, Columbu3, Ohio, September, 9, 1SG1," and signed, "Maj.-Gcn. Eeintzslman, C. H. Potter, A. A. G." which contains an account of the trial and curious sentence of J oha Eo J gers. Let us give the substance of that order. It commences by stating that a Military Commis sion convened at Cincinnati, and tried, among others, John r.odgers, upon the charge of vio lating his oath of allegiance to the Govern ment of the United States. The specification then states, that the said citizen of Kentucky, did, on the 20th of August, take and subscribe said oath. It then states that he did, "about the 1st day of September, 1852, violate said oath by joining the armed forces of the so-called Confederate States, until captured, in the month of September, 1863, near Knoxville, Tennessee." To the charge and specification the accused pleaded cuilty. The Commission then sentenced h:m, John Rodgers, a citizen of Kentucky, as we quoted before, "To remain within the UmiU of Greene coun ty, Ohio, during the continuation of the war." The proceedings and sentence were then examined and approved, and signed, "By command of Maj.-Gen. Heintzelman, C. H. Potter, A. A. G." The order is made out in tho U3ual style, properly signed, and is undoubtedly genuine. What does it mean? Is the deserter in tho county? For curiosity, we should like to have some information in regard to the subject. We arc indebted to Rev. Dr. Harper, for a copy of this order. It fell into his hands du ring a recent visit to Johnson's Island. The strange sentence was a subject of curiosity among several oGcers he mot with. If any one wishes to see the order complete, he can be accommodated by calling at this oince. Letter from a Soldier. Mr. T. Coke Wright, has handed us the fol lowing letter, written by a soldier from this place, for publication. It shows the feelings of the soldiers in regard to the Presidential election, now so near at hand: Breast-works. Petersburg, Va. October 24, 1864. Our Regiment Toted yesterday. There were 73 Totes polled. Of these Lincoln received 51, McClellan 22. Bully for tho old 76th I Our Colonel would not let the McClellan men haTc his tent for a place to vote. So he went to the 95th N. T., to open his polls. The Col. told him there were not enough McClellan men in his Regiment to bother with voting I am proud to think my old Regiment gave Lincoln so many votes. I am confident he will be rc-olected. I was on picket duly day before yesterday. We were near enough to the Rebs to talk with them. They cheered several times for Mc Clellan while I was out. What are we to think of a Northern man who will vote for a candidate for whom the rebels in arms are cheering, and want him to be elected. It is enough to make a'loyal man despise the Dem ocratic party as long as he lives. I should be ashamed to own that I was for McClellan. Copperheads have no idea how much the sol diers despise anduetest them aiding and en couraging the rebels by voting for the man they want elected. I was down the linas of the Sixth Wiscon sin Regiment. They are going to give Lin coln a largo majority. So will the 121st Pennsylvania. I have this from their offieers and it may be relied on. S. C. S. C. Xenia Merchants---Strange Ideas--- Reasons for Advertising in a County Paper. We desire just now to have a little plain, honest talk with some of our readers. The other day, we heard a prominent business man of this city, &m the following language, in speaking of thetife Greene County Journal : "Well, I didn't expect it would do me any good, but I thought I would advertise in that paper, because I wanted to help it along." We have merely selected this as one instance out of many which have come under our ob servation. We are continually hearing men say they will advertise in a paper berause they want to help it along. They pretend that the advertising is of no earthly benefit to them, but they graciously condescend to it for the sake of the newspapers. Men frequently say to us: "Well, I guess I must advertise in your paper; it woat do me any good, but I want to help you along." Such talk 1 IVe archeartily, thoroughly, completely sick of it. What can be more little, ridiculous, dis gusting? For the purpose of helping us along! If any body contemplates advertis ing in the Sentinel, for this purpose alone, we hope ho will change his mind and not come around. Our paper does not ask for the char ity of benevolent people. But wo want ad vertisements of course we do but not un less advertisers expect to get more than their money back. We arc acquainted with cities where merchants pay, in cash, double the rates asked here, and are glad of the opportunity. They advertise to benefit themselves as well as the publishers. But we must have advertisements lo sup port our paper. Very true; and we have al ways desired to 11 our paper with home ad vertisements. We desire always to build up home trade in preference to any other. But we will not ask that our paper bo filled up with homo advertisements for our benefit alone. There are many merchants in neigh boring cities who are always anxious to get a portion of ourcity trade. There is profit in it, and for tho purpose of securing it, they will gladly advertise in country papers. Wo can, immediately, fill up the Stntincl with paying, foreign advertisements. There are scores of merchants and business men in Dayton, Cin cinnati, and other places, who would only be gratified at the opportunity of advertising in The JTcnia Sentirtcl. Our paper has a largo circulation, and one (hat is constantly in creasing, and we honestly believe it to bo a good advertizing medium. It will show for itself that it already has a good advertising patronage, but we intend that it shall be bet. ter. If our homo merchants do not think it ne-ccrn-.r? t? b'.'1'l the nhol? home lr.vl, thy are at liberty, .of course, to pursue a line aclich tint will drive it cE Xenia Public Schools. Mr. Ormsby, superinteudent of our public schools,' sends to the Torch'.ijht a 'report for the month ending October 23th, 1S34, from which we extract the followinj, as of interest to some of onr readers: ' Some changes have ben mrvioin tne teach ers cf the school since last year. " y'.is K. S. Rice, the Principal of the filch School, resigr ed her position, and ac;ep?cd an appointment as First Assistant in the Hie'a School at Day ton. Her place is filled by Miss Fanny Wait, of Portsmouth, Ohio. . Mr. A. E. Eigelow re signed his position in the Grammar School, (Trade A, and accepted an appointment as Principal of the High School, Newport Ken tucky. This vaeanny has been filled by Miss H. L. Eeelerfrom New Jersey, a fine scholar and an experienced teacher. Miss nariee was removed rom her school, where ;lie had taught with efficiency and success, by sicknes', from which she has not yet entirely recovered. On acexunt of this removr.l Miss Keay and Miss Johnston were transferred to hieher grades, and Miss Fiinny Wilson, a graduate of cur High Sihool, was appointed to the Pri mary grades E and F in the west building and experience thus far has taught U3, that our own pradustes arc second to none as teachers. I am elad to be able to report in this connection, that several other of our grad uates are teaching with good success in other schools in this coun'y, and in those adjoining. And I may be permitted to sav. tnat such is the thoroughness of the coarse of study in our public schools, and of the instruction given. that no person of energy can pass through it without being well prepared, notonlv to teach, but also to become successful in all the ordi nary business of life. And we would com mend our own diligent pupils to any who may desire good teachers. We are pleased to know that our public schools are in a flourishing condition. An able corps of teachers is secured. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, Oct 28th, 1864. Editbr Sentinel: There has been no material change in our Provision market since our last circular. Holders of smoked meats aro selling out as rapidly as possible, and the stock is much re duced. There has been no demand whatever for Mess Pork, and city brands would not command over 83. 33J, though holders are pretty furious at 40. Stock small-Lard has been in fair demand, throughyit the week, and sales add up 1G03 pierces; opening at 19 J and closing pretty furious at 19J20. Keg Lard has beon in good demand for shipment South, and, about all in the city has been taken during the week at 25$ to 25 The stock of old Keg Lard is now exhausted. Butcher Lard held at 10. Grease scarce and prices range from 13 to 13$ for Brown, and 14 to 15$ for Yellow and White. Stearine is extremely dull and prices nominal nt 15 to 13 as in quality. Some very choico lots are held higher, but, no buyers. Smoked meats dull and prices Side meat, lower. We quote Shou'-dfM-s 19$, Sides 19$ 23. Clear Rid Sides 20$. Clear Sides 23. Hams dull and nomi nal at 20 for plain, and 21 fb 23 for Sugar cured. Bulkmeats, in moderate demand but at rather lower prices. Sales 203 hhds Sides nt 13 13 packed, but at the close holders aspect (5, j nigaer. no 13U1K Shoulders, or Hams offering. Greenmeats are selling at 10$ (J 11, for Shoulders, 14 for Sides, and 15$ for Hams. There is a fair demand for Hogs for immediate deliverv, with sales 1000 head at G$ for light nverage, and SJ (o 10 for medi um and heavy average, jrross; delivered this week. For early November delivery 11$ 12 nett are the least offers, and December de liveries, would not bring over 11, net. Extra Lard Oil firm and scarce at 1.70 1.75, no charge for barrels. Whiskey dull at 1. C9 (a) 1 70. The lat er being the ruling price. Ex change on New York firm at par, to C0-103 premium buying, and 1-10 J premium, sel ling, by Bankers. No change in freights. Very Respectfully Yours, CINCINNATI, Oct 28th, 1864. PHILLIPS SLEDGE & CO. Provision and Produce Brokers. MARRIED. On Tuesday, Oct. 18th, at the residence of Rev. R. B. Ewing, Mr. J. P. Deaa and Miss Amanda Fifer, all of Xenia. Secretary Seward has telegraphed to the Mayor of Buffalo, that there is a plot on hand to burn that city, and others, on election day, General Butler is in Washington. It is hoped he will be sent to New York to keep down election riots on the 8th. We are informed that all is well with Gen. Sherman's army. On Wednesday gold went down to 213 in New York. General Barnard is out agiinst McClellan. WoETHLTSSNESS OF SOUTHERN JIoN EY. The Richmond Eaquiror of Sat urdaywe cite here the importtint ad. mission confesses that "money ha3 ceased to be a staadnrl of value in the Confederacy." It adJs: "The promissory notes of the Govern ment cmrrot buy supplies or labor. Great manufacturers hold out such induce ments to purchasers who will pay iu produce, that even the stringent order -f the War Department, forbidding detailed farmers to barter their crops fjr indis pensible machinery, have become power less. Mechanics refu?e to work fur any thing but provisions. Teachers demand apiitnncein eatiblcs or a small fortune in Treasury notes. Worst of all, Gov ernment itself nfiers an immense prem ium on a;i taxes paid in kind assessing provisions furnished for the putpose at the highest market rate. It floods the country with certificates of debt." B,The B slrn Herald, a leading jour nal of New England, and among tha most earnest supporters of Douglas in 1SG0, denounces the Chicago platform, and s;iys : "The success of the Chciago ticket would be but the bctjinninsr of a sciies of disasters which would come upon us, too hoirible to contemplate. For ourse've-, we support no such d'ic'rines and no such ticket as that made and put forth at Chi cago, and which we believe will be repu diated by the perple at the p alls." Resolved, That in the fulure, ns in the past, we will adhere to the L'uion. Dem ocratic Platfvrm. Eleven of the fifteen S atcs which gave Democratic msjoritics acainst Incoln linve been in arms against the Union from that d iv, anc elivenen of the fifteen Dem ocratic Governors in 1SG1, are now or have been leading traitors. Tiiosn wretched Copprrhcids, I?en and Fernando Wood, have failed t ) get a re-iioiniuatioti in New York. Thcv have been run efftho track by :v 31 r. Jones and a certain Nelson Ttiylor. Th.s poor Woj.I.m nro entirely outmaucuvercd. It is difficult, if riot impos-slMo to love mid he wio: pen th f r n.en he tthrn ! r fn;i! goils lion t li' y wrt'i in lovo. ma of tin nm !v . I in a of k. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. arrivk, nr.T-Ar.T. NittEx.,v:aC.,lI. SD. R o.51asi Cincinnati Exjtrvw.--. r . - . . . . 1 3 i p n Mail and Accommodation 12.40 am Coluia'jus Accommodation. S.-liu I Columbus Trans. ; i t Aatitva. Pr.PART. Nicht Ex via C IL t D. R. . . . 1 31 a u Cincian-ti Express. ' . . . ... 8. -Gam Mail and AccoaimadatioB. . . . . . 12 30px CclLicibus Acccmnodation. . . . 7.-- P h Dayton Trains. ARr.ivr. orPAr.T. Xih Express. 3.55ak Second Train. . ' S.iJASt Day Eiprus. ... 3.50 pti A pa-sener train arriv.s from Richmond (via Dajtua A Wcstern.R. at 9.22 r. v. Springfield Trains. j abrivs. mrAar. FirH Train K.30 a k Second Train. T.10 r Trains Leave Dayton. Tot Cincinnati, at 4.53 A. II., 8.C5 A. x., 3. r. X., and 6.40 p. v. -For SDriogSeld and SaadasJcj, at 8.10 A. H. and 8.10 r. Trains Arrive at Dayton. Frem Cincinnati, at 9.DJ A. if., 5. r. a., 7.4j r. v., anl 12.2i a. m. Arrival and of Mails. Arrivals. ZiEtern Culumbus Mail arrives . . 3ji Cosbtra Columbus and Wav Mail arrives p ii Western Dayton Mail. .' . . ' . 12.10 ru Western Indiana'- Mail. " . 8.C0 p h Northern Springfield Mail . . " . 1 a m Northtra SpringSald and YtllowSoringjl.23 P M Southern Cixsftnad . . 8.21 A V en I i.i'5 p Southern Cmeiunaii and Way M.lU . 12.-4 p n Departures. Eastern Columbus leaves at 8.SC a sf nd 7.1 D p i Eeastera Coiumbus and Way Mad at 12.3"pm Western Davion & InJianap-tli? at . . 3 55 a h Ncrthern SpringficU at 7.2) a m Northern Sprinfield'A Yal. Sprhi's at 3.3'j a a Southern Cincinnati at 3 51 a v Southern Cincinnati A Waj- Mail . at l.CS p y. Jamestovn ilail, arrives riai'y except Suniavj at 10.45 a v., and leaves at 1.50 p v. -3- Lsttcrs should be at the OiUco one-half WM. LEWIS, P. M. COMMERCIAL. Xenia Market. Corrected weekly by II. Carey, Sr., at Harking's Warehouse, corner Second and Detroit Sts. XENIA, Thursday evening, Nov. 3, 1864. GRAIN MARKET. heat, $i 60 Cora 7q Backwheat, 70 Hye, 1 15 Oats, 70 Fall Barley. . . . . . . 1 CO Clover Seed, 6 CO Timothy, . . . ... . 2 00 White Beans, 2 00 Potatoes go Flaxseed, 2 00 RETAIL MARKET. Butter .40 Eggs, ..... . . .40 Lard, ...... .28 Peaches, ;ri Dried Apples, i5 Hominy, , . E Rics 20 Flour, per barrel 10 fifl Cheese, 25 coffee, 4sra;o Sugar, 2'j-45 NEW ABTEP.TISEJIEXT3. Grecno County Probata Court. The following Executors, Administrators and Guardians have filed their account in tho office of said court for settlements and the same will he for hearing on the 17th day of November A. D. 1S64 vis. Joseph J. Gibson Executor of the last will of CVlia Gibson. Thomas Thoru Administrator of the estate of Elijah Ells dec. Samuel II. Smith Executor of tha Last will of William Sandsrs dec. Jonathan ISales Executor of the Lsst will Jonathan Bales dec. Mary Atkinson Administrator of tho Estate Robort M. Atkiuson dec. Burrel Smith Guardian of Eveline St. Joh Alfred W. St. John, and Eliia 31. St. John. Oil. 25th 1S64. T. MARSHALL, Probate Jud-o. Acknowledgment. "T3 ETCRNING thank, to my Mentis and the ift, public for the liberal patronage bestowed on me while in business, I would ask a continuance of the same for ii y successor, Mr. Lindsey Marsh:ill, as it is well known he is a gentleman and a mechan ic, and has none but the best of workmen iu his em ploy. Any person having any claims ap.iinst me, and those indebted to me, will please call andsettle im mediately, at the store of W. 4 L. ARNOLD, where shall be happy to meet all my old friend. Oct. 8, iStH 3t II. K. CONNOR. Petition for Eivcrco. Lueir.da Tour.g, vs. Anthony Toung, Gretnt Common Pleas. A NTIIONY Young is hereby notified that La. J einda Young, on the 3'ith day of September, filed in the Office of the Clerk of the Court cf Coalman Pleas, for Greene County Ohio, her peti tion against him, praying for a judejoment of di vorce upon the grounds of wilfull absence of her faithless husband for more rjpi three years. Said cuse will be for Lvarinj; at tho October rm of said Ceurt, 1351. LCCI.VPA YOU A G. 31. BARLOW Atty Oct. 4,-no4f5-Ct. Attachment Uoticc. H. Baily and John Ewing, Before O. W. against I Wright J. P. of Caroline A. Wilraot. J Xenia Tp. Greene Co. Ohi. Civil action and Attachment. Amouat claim SS5,55 cents. Oa the 10th day of August A. 1804, said justice issued are order of at tachment in the above action, for the sum of eighty five dollars and fifty six cents. BAILY and E'.VING. Xenia August the 16th 1804, Hctice. Notice is hereby civen that the unders'.trn- has been appointed and duly qualified by ui rrobate Court of Greene county as Ad- thmistrator of the estate of Georfr? Brake, dee d. ABRAHAM BRAKE Sept. 12 no. 43-3t. Attachment IJotico. Alexander & Watson, I Before A. T. Craig, njsinst , V J. P. oTSprinfr Valley Daniel Slcver. J Tp. Gteene Co., O. ON the 9th day of September, A. D. 1S04. said Justice issued nn Order of Attachment the above action, for the sum of Forty Dol lars. A LKXA.NI.iEU i: WATSON. 63pt. 12, lS04-3w. Call and Pay Up. Al! perFon indebted to John Fieuin A Co., wilt roofer a favor by nettling up on i-iijht. fiom accounts bnvp brm stAndin too long aireaJy, n l word to the vtiaa issufik-ient johx n.ir.'rya. Xetiit, Jan. 15, lS64.-tf NOTICE. Notice is hereby given that the undersign ed have hemi uppoiutcd and qualified br the Probate Court of Greene County as Executors the Estate of Charles Smith, deceased. JACOB C.SMITH, JOHN G. CLE.MANS, Oct 4 St. BROADWAY HOTEL Corner Ercadwny and Second Street. CINCINNATI, OUtO. yf. ni K.!:i.i. ,', r.i , - . p,-..i-;n ; CI Of In and Main The Mary Ohio, A. Clerk and Ohio, that ted (. lifitl in mon Jos-ph -li-c' and yours; from of has bate tor decc-nnej. FAXCT DX2 GOODS, dc, . GBBAT IN VI ""v, r-v P p r" " r L rw' P AT Ridenoiir & Beaii's HEW GASH ST0B 77? liO. 11 Uaizi Street, T'r.sy havt Kc-jiin store a splendid astortnun! cf Foreign and Domestic Dry Goods, which ve of to cur friends and customers at a v-ry low figure; las than they can be leujhtin 2'tw Vor'; or Philadelphia. OTT-R, STOCK -IS- IN-- Every Department, AND WE AF.E PREPARED TO 0EFE!t a" -i.v. PRINTS, - BROWN SHEETINGS, BLEACHED SHEETINGS, TICKINGS, COTTON FLANNELS DELAINES, FLANNELS, BAL2ICHAL ESERTS, &c. Call and Examine for Yonr- EIDSIJOUS & BEALL 3-ol!j Ho! ail j3 lovars of k Wesd AT A. HBREIT'S, You rill Cad one of the largest and selected steeds of best that can ba found in this State. FINE-GUT CHEWING TOBACCO Of the choicest brands. 3 ASS of my own manufacture ooustant'.j on hand. Tho best quality of alwijs in store, and for sale cheap. every variety and style, from the Clay the Meerschaum. C I Ca A 7i " t O a S il IS 3 fct, everything to be found iu a rat-clas tobacco house, will be kept on hand, for sale very cheap. Give me a call, and satisfy yourselves A. HERRIT, Tobacconist, street, 2 doors east of Pest OGce, Xenia. Ohio. State cf Ohio, Greene Ccunty, Court n Common pleas. Petition for Divorce. Elizabeth Manor, Complainant cgair.st Williun ulaiior, i)c;enua:it. William Manor, late of Grorne County, but whose present pluce of residence is unknown, is hereby notified that Mary Eliz abeth Manor did on the Kith day of August. D. 18'M,.file her petition in theoilico of the of the Court of Common rlea.i, wit.iin for the County of Oreeno. and Slate of charging tho said .1 nliam Manor w.fh extreme cruelty towards her, and praying she may be divorced 1ro::i the anl Wil liam Manor, which petition will stand :")r hearing nt the next term of said Court. Da this 10th (lay of August. A. I. !r,4. MARY ELlZAliKill MANOR. Bv R. l Howard, her A'.t'y. Aug. 22 183-1-7 1. ITOTICS. ,Toapii A. Ko'.ii ounty tif urccn, that Suruh ! in llif :iate oi'vKiio. is r.o :. Kol.htns, iVd on tin 2ti:h A. P. lSt')4. file her pi;itio;i lb? office ot tlit li'iR ot tfie (.ouit o: t.ur.i- j I li'aa, wittiin hh'I lor tfio t ounty nt Greene nnd State of Ohio, charging tlio .aid i A. Robbins with extn mecru.'lfy. rrr?i j of duty lor more (nan three year?, habitual drunkenness for morn thun thn-i: . and asking that nho may be divorced the said Joaoj !i A. Kobhins, which 'ti tiou will stand for h"iirin at t!o- r.xt term said Court. SA U A II 11. I'.tMfll! NS. Py dutch X Sexton, hr Att.i Sep,. 27, Sept." ISO I-tit. NOTICE. i Notice i" horel'.v given that the uinlersined ! lii-cn appointed and iiualitio I by too Pro- (ouri of (ireoni! County ai A'ltniniitra- : of tho cstn'c uf Ali-TiiLior S. Lftllard, f .'"UN ! A VIS. Oct. 1 -St. sia . I I 1 We -A- I cr.ll Oi I am ol i: t si HON in wiii-j of t any, m my Al.."-0 n W Bjyri '. "cawiruM,-." diiy c?,?.. " fairs. I f TrT" 'Or"'' I Wo are now opcxln- a very is stock of m 'mbrecing all the new and lea i:;.Vsy!3 AMERICAN". " ENGLISH, and FIIENCII TEH Cash. St ox -OF- A. THIRKIELD Detroit Street, leIa, Olilo. DRESS GOODS In great variety, su:ta-i fsr tii3 sea3on. CALICOS, Of all styles, from all t!i leading Manufac tories. Price from 20et3,t5' 50 ccnta. All grades and styles a nice line. WHITS GOODS AND iAlSiOlSiii., A GENERAL ASSORTMENT. A larga lot of Tate and Yankee iioiioos Ern'oriiclDj nearly all the oddities of tit scasgu. Hen and Boys' Wea: O? THE LATEST STYLES. Flannels, Checks, llicliorys, and Tickings, A n ASSORTMENT. Hoods and Balmoral A. Invite the attention of the public to a full and cnmnlete Stock of GOODS, pur , chased fjr CASH, and SOLD fur CASil, as low as can be had ANY WHERE. CiLLL AND EXAMINE. hno5- TZ'IRSIELi). DIAEIBS for 1864. Genera! Boiler ia lew Orleans, Vy Parton. lM"u3".n, $2. LETTERS TO THE JONESES, Ky Timothy Titcomb; $1.25. 1VI 13 31! ZTl GODS, L- Miss PrcseoU; 51.50. For sale by tiri'is c ii Co. lii! r;.f;CY GQOO! r.it nrt Ladies of Senia end Vicinity, Al i Off" ll-.v:i:i: lijii5c, L'eu t 'it SjOvt. tlie Attention of ttv rrrr.crcus filcr.rls to th ft.'ck "f ti!;;U Rmi cbi.Ii.iLll UUULiJ d;iiiy leeeiviiig at my (;;iuiiaauiti.i, cui:;.i3i- bouStbts, .l,Jl nutl u:-rl unproved styles, from tho uuk z)r lioir'-'-s r.f lir:ifiway, Ncir Yt-rk; nnj also, a fno p i! 'Cva of French Flowers, Ribbons,Riichc5 NET SILKS of every Deseriptir.n kp; an establishment of this kind. I call Fr-Lijl attention to my can n- 1 1? rc:;ij n .ih in the S:..:e. A.l f'fl will h --nptly .-.ticndf.i t. T'.iau;.:ul i'.-r y-iM f.ivors, I hi a for rAn.rnl tif .i;tv h i j r-, n-.t I ) Sf mders, M lir firhi r in I '.ty u i r t; r. ;; 'ri;if bz in j -;r-cl'.iffti tnv i"'ul.-: a Ij.trta ; r., i. i r.iy tj u'ti a sujh th.it I c.vi i M c.MiH.oto with Ri.y u.k i;i tr.it no,! afil't i.inuuiftiiii. Fivo Hillincrs TTr.ntcd; N-O'o b it c 'o-i 'lar-Is roe 1 ai 'v. a iiu-ji'cr or' )" : rfi:ti?. ant,i r.r ri-r. LIIS3 M. J. OLDHAM. .::'-Cw GIFT BOOKS S R I TING DESKS, ALBU M S , A FI.NE ! -!! I' I r A K' K' I; EY ViIl All great be aru Ai-.Nor.p Fay i a ot lturnpr il.ai' Im hi 1 i UidUU b I U .i Itra et, Ojptiti i'u Court Home, J. B. HXJSPBT, 1.U !r Finfiii AND JtW X. A.-4 For Kedesinal Prpos;a. Vmaow iCUHO F- rn i i o OF ALL SIZE3. Oils 9 Jtaiirts AND V AE WISHES The fneat, largest, and best, and cheapest Stock of FAHCY & TOILET ARTICLES, ever brought to this city. 1 will not endeavor to enumerate them. They consist in part.,- - . " Dy ths square-yard, in prices ranglnj From 25 cts. to $3.00; ancy soaps, f.1 FINE AN becsii:: REDING COMBS, TOOTH AND NAIL RAIS0R3 POCKET KNIVES, THE EUSHEL. STRICT "ATTENTION Given to Orders, and filled promptly, at the same Prices, as though you were present in person, and delivered at either of our Depots. irresenptnons CAREFULLY PREPARED, At a!! Hours, Day cr Night; go with you af any hours on Sundays, or at nigut, to nil I resorptions, fayc&iiinj oa rc9 at my residence, oa TTE3T Y7ATL?.. STSEET. lEXJSZC 1 fei U b 25 Dollars ! Hi OS. Fifes from 25 cts to $2. Accordscns, Tamborines, TSr: . '. : ' I I ' ' m s urns, &c. SHEET MUSIC INSTRUCTORS, of the above goods have been selected wi h cire from tim Iniportnrn & Manufac tures, at the very lowest Cih Prices, and will sold as low as they can he afforded, or hvl eiewhere in the West indeed as low as lhy retilod in New Yo.k City. ItJaiit h r n Fallen ! f" HAVE Albums, -ML v. i-llj X Uil.tl P.O. s r?K. slate?. scrr.'OL m:c3 fcTFKL ii.VilllAVi.N'.S. i i:iit.KAr:i riCTl'HLS. IL'Tii::-; l-AfLK, LEGAL CAP, son's Copy Boc-'.s, Zrr v; ,i,r'k :.i.::n : r. i.lkn : : fai.i.k.v .- w ! v br u'.er" ap i. ihi la t. at Slurpht's Druj ; ova, inr -'"-,i. ej.iouinlrd the vc oil I tali , i . !