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the rrswsAPEK. ."wul It & ircwtrAFia, pathf, a wbat D0" re COSTAIH r . " V . Organs that geedemen f!T,j dot. Xms wct the teat of ui Jayfmy - Whatever it be, - They hit on th key, - Ami pip U fall concert away, my boy. jr.w. Crv.. .!i conntHei and climes, my boy, .AdTe-v.ement.ey and rhyme, my boy, Fixed up witn all oria Cf Eying report, And published t rejular time, my boy. Article able and w; ,e, try boy, At least o th editor e; rs, my boy, ; Anl lojie so rud . " Tuat few 'ui-crnaad To what U the worn it ;plie, my bey. t . - StAtistici, reflection, reviews, my boy, " . Little scrap to instruct and amuse, my boy, ! J And lengthy debate- j Upon mattera of itate. For wite-head folks to peruse, my bey. Th fund at tl-7 w"" nd they sre,rayboy, Ibequibtl? an i c f the bar, my boy, An i i ek . A c'.i ..que ' ' Of sorrt rising U-es-.rical tr, my boy. Tb ace of a Jupiter's moos, my boy, The ilealinfF of somebody' ipooni, my boy, ,. Toe fji'.e of the crept, lit e vle of the fop. And the wit t; ... public buffoons, my bey. ' Lil f all physical ilia, my boy, y,; Sanithad by somebody' pills, my boy, .1.. ' Till you ask with urpri . Why any one dies, Or what' the ditorJer tb.it kill, my boy. " - ' ,Wh has eot married' to whom, my boy. ,. Who were cut off in tueir bJtwm, my hoy, . n bo has bad birth On the lorrow itained earth, Ad who totter fait to the tomb, my boy. Direction to dig and drain, my boy, , - But twoud take too long ' To tell you in song, A quarter of all they contain, my boy. Select Poetry, Wit and Humor. Th Eouas that left Built. Borne genius in Clereland hai got off the fe; Vwidi nnat sarodr of an old story : Chicago Platform.Tbi is the house that Jeff built. . - Treason. This is the malt that lay in the aeuse that Jen builc -McClellan This is the rat that ale the malt that lar ill -the house that Jeff built. Union Party This is the cat that caught the rat that Ate the malt that lay in the house that Jeff built. , Peace Democracy This Is the dog that barked at the cat that caught the rat that ate the maif that lay in the bouse that Jeff built. Abraham Lincoln This it the ox with pointed horn that tossed the dog that barked at the cat that caught the rat that at the malt ttat lay in the house that Jeff built. Order of Sons of Liberty This is the mai den all forlorn that was gored by the' ox with pointed borns that tossed up the dog all tat tered and torn that barked at the cat that caught the rat that ate the malt that lay in the house that Jeff built. Vallandigham This is the priest all sharen ; and shorn that married the maiden all for lorn, to Seymour's Peaee Party, all tattered ' aad torn that wag gored by th ox with point ed born that toBted up the dog that barked the est that tormentod th rat that ate the tnalt that In v in the house that Jeff built. Idea of NoTember This is the cock that rowed in the mora to wake up the priest all liTea and shorn, that married the maiden all forlorn, that plants In Mae pillow many a thorn, that will pierce to the quick like the pointed horn that tossed np the dog that bark ed t the cat that chewed up the rat that ate the matt that lay in th bouse that Jtff ' How thay ar Duped. All manner of prepeetero lie ar related to th peor and ignorant in th South in re lation t the North and the war. The follow- inc incident in Sherman' recent campaign through Georgia, is indicative ef the belief among that deluded people that the 'Yankee' lay all th male childreo. The Herald Cor respondent aya: Riding up t a house one day, in Serivan county, I met aa eld woman and three grown bp daughters at the door, uttering frantic ap peal for help. I inquired what was wrong, when the eld woman pointed to a burning cot ton cu, and exclaimed : "O, put it out) You un ar burnin' m child I" I asked where the child wai, and succeeded in learning that it was in the burning gin ; house. Away I went, with some men, to rosea ti tnnocent. and at the door met a ten-year ' bey, who, badly singed, issued forth from nerr furnace. Returning t the bouse, 1 quired how th boy earn there. Potting her old pipe between her Hp ompos her nerves, th old lady at last ven tured an explanation : 'Well," said she, "we nns heard that sis killed all the little boys, to keep Ibetn frem growing op to fight ye, and we hid 'em." , A. Touch of Petroleum. . Cle t the lands of the Center Oil Com pany there live an old chap who is worth mint. Ignorant, f course, dumb luck ha made him rich. His household pets consist ef a terrier dog and stupid daughter, both whom engage bis attention. The former pro vided for, he determined to "accomplish" daughter. He bought a piano, a harp, and guitar, and a car load of musio books, winding up his business by engaging a first- elass intellectual and musical tutor, wtm of which he started for th "region." The documents were, of bourse, toon ar ranged for business. The tutor set to work and toiled like a Trojan, but with no success. Ie!rpairing of ultimate triumph, the tutor went t the oil king and made a clean breast cf it. "Why, what in the world' the matter?" asked th father. - ' Well," answered the tutor, "Kitty 'hag a piano, guitar and a harp, and music, and ' book, and all that, but she wants capacity that' all." "Well by ib Lord Harry," eried tb king, "if that's all, just buy it. I've got tb tuff, if money will get it the (hall have "capacity-, or anything else," - A man applied to Dr. Jackson, the celebra ted chtmist of Boston, with a box full of spc imn: "Can yon tell me what this is, sir?" "Certainly I n, ir that is iron pyrites." "What, sir?" in a voice of thunder. Iron pyrites." .."Iron pyrites I and wht-i that?" "Tht' what U is," said th chemist, put ' ling a lot on the shoyel ojf tbe hot oals, wbere it dUappeared. "Dross." . -And what is iren pyrrre worth ?" "Hothing." ' "fotbing! Why there" a womta wot a hill full ef that in our town, and married her." . - Electrio Teleeraph' . The "Court Journal" y, "a new scheme hue been propounded and i assuming some thing like a tangible shape, for dispensing with telegraph wires altogether, by enabling tbe electrio fluid or force, to complete Its cir cle through the earth, and in Its own way, through th. water. The instrument. hav. alreadv bten tried, and fonnd to work well for moderate distances. The pfn matt ftfisiM. for certain Manchei-ter men, wh r.ot likely men to be befooled, have advanced 20 000 to secure th patents in America Europe. ajTo e.fafW'ate "God help th poor,'.' en of the cheapest of charities. aj3.(?ood manners are a part of g'oed mor i, and it is a much your duty as yeur to T8,'C, both' BOOKS, STATIONERY, &c. a a . LOOK HERE! TF you want any thing in the way or fin I Jewelry, Walchei or Gold Pen, go to FLEMING K JjEASS. FLEMING & 1EAN" 4 Iain Street, XENIA, OHIO. IF you want Pocket Bible, Psalm Book, cr Commentaries on the Holy Scriptures, go to Fleming & Dean . IF you want Wall Paper, Gilt Frames, fin Perfumery, or the very best of Stationery, go to Fleming fc Dean'. IF you want any kind of School Books nsed in the Publie Schools, or feemmaries, go to Fleming & Dean s. IF von want Theological Books, Catechism or fine Photo Albums, go to Fleming & Dean TF ron want Walking Canes, Band-boxes, or any of the popular Periodicals of th day, go to i lemmg & ieau a. IF Ton want a copy of the Minutes of the General Assembly of the U. P. Church, g to Fleming & Dean s. IF you want Methodist Hymn Books, Bap tist Hvmn Books, or rresoyterian nymn Book, you will nud them at t leming iean s. TF rou have any Rood clean Linen or Cot ton Rags, and want th highest price T them, take them to Fleming i Dean, No 4 Main Street, XENIA, OHIO. CARUTHERS & CARSON, . tVHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS I IF TOU WANT CAKRCTEEES A CAKS03. IF TOO WAT SPICES, 0 19 CAKRCIHEE A CAlttS. Hid QUEENSWARE, G LAS SW ARE. LARGE ASSORTMENT 0? GOAL OIL LTJ.;?S, AND COAL OIL. ALL FOX SALE CHEAP FOR CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE. PLEAiS GIYB PI A CALL. I Jo v ember 0, 100-3. PRICES Greatly Eeduced! A. TniRKIELD. JT-RISriA, OHIO. SPLENDID 6T0CK OF New Goods! JUST RECEIVED. We will not giv price out of Store, come, and examine, and we will satisfy s to am Luaiffciiuua. DRESS GOODS, IN GREAT VARIETY. SHAWLS, CLOAKS AND FURS, IS GREAT VARIETY, AND CHEAP. BALMORAL SKIRTS, f, 4 1 1 CLOAEDTG CLOTHS Clack, Brown, Tan and Crab, Very Cheap. Hen and Boys' Wear, IN GREAT VARIETY. Gingham Prints, CHEAP A3 THE CHEAPEST. . The abovGoods, with a--full stock -will old for cash a low as can be sold any where. 8hno5- A. THIRKIELO. ITBST National Bank, OF- 2ENIA, OHIO, rormerly Xenia Branch Bank. PAID UP CAPITAL $120,000 A. TTlvlInsc, President. Jl. Trader, CctolUer. DIRECTOKS i Jen Aire est, 'BAMcik Pctekiacm, A. Tradm, A. H. Bavsbkai, A. Hivu.io. This bank is bow in eperation, and is pre pared to receive deposits, make collections, discount acceptable paper, and do all busin ess pertaining to banking. Banking House, same as forraely occupied by th Xenia Branch Bank, corner Detri and Second streets. A. TRADER, Cashier. PAHTNERSHIP. THE bnrineM of tbe firm of F. Harris A will b ondnete herealta nader the nan cf lTewtoo, Harris A Oo. BOOK AND JOB PRINTING. of to at - SENTINEL Job Printing OFFICE ! Haviag procured a Urge aad splendid asiertsstat PLAIN AND FANCY TYPE We ar lew prepared t trial C iPCHlOPS . Brery 'Variety. PUOUG SALE DELLS. or May eta. HAND BILLS. Of amy 8tyl eta. PAMPHLETS, Xxeat4 ia th anUtt tyU, ai with dispatch. 33 21XX22: Or mil Klmela. LABELS, BILL HEADS, Al at a a b at la th Itol. WEDDING & VISITING CARDS, iUTS, CHECKS ipunoral IJotiooc, ENVELOPES 23 IKL HI TZSi TP aS POSTERS, ff any sia, from she me!!t I kk largest. With all ear tutorial new, both Frs and w aa afly y that w tan all kinds of BOOK & JOB As neat, n!k, aad as hap as any Frinting OSs ia she Stat, aad on h ihorloet aoti, aad th sioet raaahl Ornamental Printing aad all ylo pni:m::s i:i COLORS tnsea oa m hs4v4 aottoa. Agricultural Implements & Stoves. I AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE. DETROIT STREET, XENIA. RICHMOND PLOWS (Giwciss), RAYMOND & ROBERT'S PLOW WHITELEY PLOWS, MILLER PLOWS, CUTTING BOXES CORN S HELLERS, SEED SOWERS, SHOYELS, SPADES, FORKS, JU. AG B NTS FOX THIS CELEBRATED WHITELEY CHAMPION SELF-RAKER, RE APE J AND MOWER. CLOVER, TIMOTHY, HUNGARIAN AND BLUE GRASS SEEDS, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH PAID FOR ALL KIND OF FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS, ALSO, DSALXR3 IN IRON STOVES AX) TIN WA II E . JelTeries & Carey. GROCERIES AND LIQUORS at HENRY FARREL'O, Oppotile th old Dtpot huildinj, Detroit Street, Aenxa, U. Hanrv Farrel take this methed f infomiar citiMB f Xeaia, aad Mrmaaiag eontry, be has recently added a great deal t his farmer large scoec r GROCERIES AND LIQUORS And is new, aad at all Km, vraaared a feroiib hi with th best ef verythiag ia Uae ef baiineM, aad at th ateet RE A SOXA BLE FIGURE ALL KINDS OF GROCER Sufr, Jtoimme, TeU of fcll Kinds, Starch ia Lrg CiaMititj. Eairint, Candtm, Sap, Sficm, ., HEAT and FLOTJSatall tiae fr crl Al, Buckets, Tub Basket, 8rora9, Wash Boards, fee. All kind of LIQUOPwSI Beth Varaien aad Da Iti, BBANDIXS, WINM, OtJIBOlf, BT1, tnd Jax'ti mt lUtaU mr WSoUtaU . All kinds ef Country Produce. Our ltok consist of xoas04 fi GioeariM r GrabakJ. HENRY FARRELL. MEATS, HIDES, PELTS, &c. B. BXNNZGXX. . MOSK1R. IJ1HI TJKBXMI4NU, hvig a tared artatraaip ia th beteaeriag basiaM, prop a farry a a Daily Meat Market, At ha old stand of Jt)m Aahahl, DETROIT STREET, XBMIA, OBI. W ar rprd faraUh, at al haars, tat host FRESH MEATS AT LIVLNO PRICE5, The it tmaasr DEEF, VEAL, TZto.9 Etc. Always hi hand, aad fee sal at th lowest saarket Dgarts. V. B Famors having FAT CATTLE to dis pose of, will always tad a sale fet tats by ealliaf oa a. HENNEGER & BROSHER. Ink ,&U. LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTS. his S. f Attachment Notice. Reuben B. Henry, Plaintiff, "j Against iCWil Aetion. Alexander Kenedy, Def dt. J The said Alexander Kenedy is notified that the plaintiff Reuben B. Henry, on the 24ti day of October, 1864, filed in the office of th Clerk of Greene County Court of Common Pleas, his petition, claiming a judgement a gainst the Defendant for $826 00 with inter eat on $130 00 thereof, from June 20th 1861, and on $696 00 thereof from Sept. 11th 1864, said claim being an account for board, wash ing, clothing and lodging of defendant's two children by the plaintiff. And that in said action the plaintiff sued out an order of at tachment against the property and effects of the defendant for said sum of $326 00 and interest, $50 00 probable costs, whieh on the 28th day of October 1864, was levied upon th following reat estate to-wit: Lot number nine (No. 9,) in Bennet 8 addition to the town, (now city) of Xenia, Oreene County, Ohio a kown and designated on th recorded plat of said addition, sunject to tne lite estate there in of Reuben B. Henry. The defendant will answer the petition on the 7th day of January, A. D. 1865. M. BAfctow, Att'y. V'o. 52-Ct. Sheriffs Sale. J. C. Alexander, ) Greene Coramoa Flea, vs. le AO, lb. Peter Dehaven A others I 1st order of aal. T T virtue of an order or sal to sa diracted IB from the Court of Common Please, for Oreen county, and State of Ohie, I will offer at Publie Sale, in front of the Court jigui, in Aetna, Ureen eoonty Ohio, on Saturday, January 21st, A. V. 1865, Between tbe hours of 10 o'clock, A. M., aad 4 o'clock, P. M., of said day, the following Real Ei tate, to wit: situate in tbe county of breent aad tbe State of Ohio, on which are th Glady JTilla aad Distillery, being part ef military surve? .Vo. 417 in the name or Churchill Jones, consn tin r of two parcles, bounded and described as follows: The first begimsg at a stake ana syeamor, near Sladv run, corner to the land lately owned by Sam uel Knight, thence with the line of said land, N. 37 3:1" W. 12:3 poles to a staKe and snail willow; thence 819" w. Itl poles to a small Hickory; thence 20 1 2 W. 22:7 poles to a double Lynn; thence 84 E 12:4 poles to a stake; thence 83i 5. ll:j)poles to a Cherry tree; thenee 813 1-2 W. 9:3 poles to an Oak; thence 821 1-2 T. 14:1 poles to a rigeoa Oak; tnence soutn 7" i.. ZD:3 poles to s stake; thence 825 W. 19:4 poles to a sugar treo; thence 82' W. 10:3 poles to a stake; thence 83.0" W. 18:i poles to a stake; thence 841 1-Z Vf.' 14: poles to a block Walnut; thence 841" W. 1:7 poles to a Hickory; thence R56 1-2 VZ. 19:8 poles to a Mulberry; theses 84 H W. 9:5 poles to a hooey Locust; thence 847 1-2" W. 17:6 poies to a stake, near a log yard, that was: I tnence -V. 60 w poles to a stake; thence S51 1-2 W. 14:5 poles U a stake; thence 859 E. 12:0 poles to a stake near board fence; thence 821 1-2" W. 5:8 poles to a stake near a corner of said fence; thence 859 1-2 . 37 poles to a itake in J. G. Gest s line; thenc with said line N. 9" E. 8:6 poles corner to said Gest' and Benjamin Allen; thence with Allen's lis N, J6j" 118 poles to'four Sjcamorei; thenc with another of his lines A. 5 1-4" W. 114 pole to stake and horn beam; thence with another of k lines jV. 34 E. 10:5 poles to the begining, contain ine 27 93:100 acres more orlops. Th second piece beginning at a stake, Syeamor earner first named in the toregoing description thence N. 30 1-2" E. 165 poles to a stake; thene N. 48 1-2 W. 7:8 poles, crossing Glady Run at poles, to a Willow; thence 844 1.2 W. 13:7 pdea to a stake and small Willow in Gests line; tbenc with said line 837 1.4 E. 12:3 poles to th begin ning, containing 88-100 of an acre mor or leu together with all th privileges and appurtinaae, to the same belonging. Tbe above property is appraised, as a whole, at 3,000, and ia a valuable property and situate near Spring Valley .-Terms of sale, cash on day of sale. Dated December 15, 184. HENRY BARSES, Sheriff, S. C. deClt.ts. Notice in Partition. , John F. Eyler ajrainst. Green Comatoa Ploac William Madison Stark m HE said William .Vadison Stark, of the Coin. JL ty of Hamilton, in the State of Ohio, will take aoiico that a petition was lied against him e. the 22ad day of December, A. D. 1S64, in the Uoart of Gommon Pleas, within and for th County of Greene, in th Stat of Ohio, by Jtbn F. K;lr, and it now pending, wherein said John F. Zrler demands partition of the fallowing tract of land, situate in taid county of Greene, aod State of Ohio, being part of Military Survey ho. 390, mad for John Stakes, and bounded and described at fol lows: Beginning at a stono in a prairie eorner of the lands of Ilarvy Steel and M. F. Taylor, running from the taid stone with tbe line of said Taylor, S. lb deg. IS ruin. (V'. 18:52- poles to a stake ia Shawnee Run, standing fifty feet at a right aagl to the center of the present tract of the Dayton Xenia aad Belpre K. K, eorner of said Taylor, from which a Sycamore 24 inches in diameter; boar n. 4t 1-2 deg W. 42 3-4 links; thenc down said, run n. 74 deg W. 15:78 poles to the center of a large Sycamore stump; thence S. 8s drg W. 13:13 polet to a stake in the north line of sai l Rail Road aixty-six feet at a right angle from the center of the track; thenee with the north line thereof n. 64 deg 4 min W. 133.80 poles to a stake in theland Km of John Blessing, a Sycamore 20 inches in di ameter, bears n. 31 1-2 deg E. 25 1-2 links; thene a. 3 deg 30 min E. 1 2:150 polet to a Syeamor! thence n. 18 deg 15 min W. 6:35 poles to a atako; thenc a. (4 deg 30 min W. 8:70 poles, eroding Township road at 9 polet to a stake, a large Elm on the north bank bears n. 52 1-2 deg E. 37 liukf; thenee n. 44 deg 15 min W. 1D:80 polet to a stake; a forked Elm on south bank bears S. 59 3-4 deg W. 11 3-4 links; thence a. 13 deg W. 13:40 polet to a stake from which two small black Locust boar a 53 1-2 deg W. 31 1-2 links; thence n. 20 deg 30min W. 22:80 poles to a stake; thence n. 43 deg 39 min W. 8:40 poh s to a ttake; thence n. 59 deg 30 min W. 16:60 poles to a stake; thence n. 30 deg 31 min W. 17:80 poles to a stake; thenc n. 53 deg!5 min W- 22;85 poles to a ttake; thence n. 74 deg 45 min W. 18 polet to a stake; thence n. 52 deg W. 20 poles to a ttake; thence a. 7 deg W. 7:40 polos to a ttake; thence n. 29 deg W. 15:60 poles to a. ttake; a Honey-Locust twelve inchet diametov, bears n. on and one-half deg E. 32 links; thene n. 75 deg 30 min W. 14:40 polet to a stake, four links astof an Elm, on the south bank of th Creek; thonee a. 45 deg W. 7:64 poles to a stak, a lean ing Svcamore, eighteen inches diameter bears a. ne deg W. 23 links; thenc S. 75 deg W. 24:60 polet to a ttake at th mouth of Shawnee Run, or where taid run empties into th Little Miami Rirer; thenc np laid Miami River with th meanders a. 20 deg E. 73 poles; n. 8 poles; n. nineteen deg E. 35 poles; n. 79 deg E. 9 polet to a ttake at the riv er bank corner to Filer; thenc with Fifer's lis S. 51 1-2 deg E. 248 poles, to th beginning, contain ing about 209 acres, more or less; excepting there from the family burying ground about 40 by 50 feet. And at the next term of said court, the said John F. Eyler, will apply for an order that partition may be made of taid premites, or if the tame cannot be done without manifett injury, that then such pro ceedings may bt had in the premises, at are author ise by law. By GAICU A SEXTON, Dt. 33d 8(4. Att'yt for petitioner. Sh&riff'i Sale. Ntf A Co., "I Green Common Pleas. vt. V Cat Ho. 51 1, E. L. Wicket, J Order of Sale. BY virtue of aa Order of Sale to me directed from the Ceart of Common Pleas, of Greene County, and Stat of Ohio, to me directed, I will offer at Public Sale in front of tb Court House, in Xenia, in said County, on SATURDAY, JANCARY 21st, 1865, Between the hours of 10 o'clock A. M. and 4 P. M. of said day the following described Real Estate, to wit; Situated in tbe county of Greene, and State of Ohio; and bounded and described at fol lows, to wit ; Lota No. 1, 2 A 3, according to tbe plat of A. G. Dean's Addition to the town of Yel low Springs, recorded in the office of the Recorder of Green county, March 30tb, A. D. 1857 ; Lot No. 1 being 65.600 feet in Xenia Avenue ; 129 feet in Grove ttreet, and 12s foct in the North, and 49. 800 feet on the east : Lot No. 2, being 46.SO0 feet en Grov street, 103.500 feet on the west, 34 feet oa the North, and 109.500 feet n the east ; Lot A'o. 3, being 50 feet on Grovo ttreet, 109.500 on lino of Lot No. 2, 51 feet on the north, and 130 feet on the line of Lot No. 4, be the same mor or ess. Lot No, 1, appraised at $115, Lot No. Jap praised at $50 Lot No. 3, appraised at SCO Terms of Sale, cash on day of sale. December 16th, 1354. HENRY BARNES. Sheriff, O. C. del6-ta Sheriff's Sale. Thayer, Aldrich &Co. vs. John C. llouch, etal. GreonoCommon Pleas, Case No. 1780, 1st Orderof Sale. By virtue of an Order of Sale to m direct ed from the Court of Common Pleas, of Greene County, State of Ohio, I will offer in front of the Court House in Xenia; in said County of Greene, Ohio, on Saturday, Janua ry Hist, A. D. 1805, between the hour of 10 o clock A. M. and 4 o'clock P. M. of said day, the following described Real Estate; to-wit. Being all of In Lot, number 312, in the vil lnge of Yellow Springs, as the same is known and designated, and recorded on the recorded plat of said village in the Recorder's office ef aaid county. The above described lot is ap praised at 10. Terms of sale, oash ia band on day of sale. HENRY BARNES, Sheriff O. C. December 16th, lbAi. ri-t, MISCELLANEOUS. GREAT RCRlL ASD FAMILY WEEKLT Hew Volume New Feature New Type. . Moose's Rcal Niw-Yoriie, long'known the but and mott popular Agricultural, llor ianltural, Zittrary and Family ftaeipapcr ia Country, entered upon its fifteenth Year and Volume, on the 2d of January, 1864. The new volume will at least equal either of predecessors in Contents, Style and Ap pearance, for we have resolved to spare n effort r expense to enhance th reputation and standing ef th paper as the Best Newspaper of its Class ON THE CONTINENT. Always Loyal, Practical and Pregressivet The Rural ia the Favorite Farm ami Fireside Journal largely read and admired in both Town and Country. It ample page com prise Departments devoted to, or treating upon Agricultura, Horticulture, Rural Economy, Art and Sciences Generil News, Architect ur, Education, Literature, With various minor Departments, and numer ous Illustrations, Tales, Sketches, Music, Poe try, Enigmas, etc., etc., rendering tbe whole paper instructive and entertaining to th va rious members or the family Circle. In addition to the above variety, th Rural for 1864 will comprise a New and Important Ftatur a Department exclusively derated t SHEEP HUSBANDRY. Conducted by Honerable HENRY S. RAN DALL, LL. D. D., author ef "Th Practical Shepherd," etc- who it conceded te be far th beat authority on th subject in th country. P. BARKY, Esq., author of "The iruit Garden," and formerly editor of The Horti eulturist, will also contribute to the Rural for laSi enriching it Horticultural Department with the result of hi great eiperunc. WAR NEWS, MARKETS, ETC., leeeiv special attention th Rural contain ing Report of th principal Grain, Provis ion, Cattle, Wool, and Fruit Market ia th Caua'ry. Remember that the Rural emanate from on of the very best cultivated sections of America, and that its Editors, Contribu tors aad Correspondents striv to promote the Pecuniary Interests and Horn Welfare of its ten of thousands ef reader. Also that it i not a monthly, of only 12 issues a year, but a Large, Beautiful and Timsly Weekly. STYLE, FORM, TERMS, ETC. Volnm XV for 18G1, of the Rural Nw Yorkar will bo published ia Superior Style with new type, good white paper, aad many fine illustratioas. Its form will continue th sunt as now Double Quarto with an in dex, title page, etc, at close of year, complete for binding. tfERMS, ALWAYS IN ADVANCE $2 a year; 3 copies for 5; 6 for $10; 10 for $15 ; with a free copy for every club of six armore. fSfXon is tie tim to subscribe and form "clubs. Efficient Local Agents wanted ia all places reached by the United States and Can ada mails, t whom we offer handsome pre miums. Specimen numbers, Premium Lists, eeC, sent free t all disposed to benefit their neighbors and community by introducing the paper t mar general acttc and support. Addresa D. D. T. MOORE, Rochester, N. T. U.S.7-30LOAN Th Secretary of th Treasury gives notie tha subscription! will be received for Coupon Trtainry Notes, payable thro years from Aag. lth, 1364 with seai-annal iaUrest at th rat ef seven and thr-ttnths per'nat per aanata, principal and interest both u b aaid ia lawful money. Thes notes will be eonrertible at the option ol ta totder at saatarity, into six per coat, tola bearing beads, payable not lots than It nor mor than twenty years from their data, at tht Govern ment mayoleot. They will bo ietued in denomin atio.t ef $5, $1, $500, $1,000 and $5,000, and all tubteriptiont matt be for fifty dollars r rams multiple of Ifty dollar. Ta aoto will be transmitted totb owners free of transportation ehargo a oo after th recipt of ta engialtruncatl el Utaosit u i0.y can bt aresared. As tbe notes draw interest from August It, aer- lenitsakiagdepeiitinbteqaont t. thai dat mast pav th interest atoratd from th dat ef deposit Partial depotitiag twaty-lv thaaad dollars aad apwarda mr the aeti at any an tia will allowed a eommittioa of quarter of oao per nt. wkitkwillk paid by th Treatury Department upoa the receiptor a kill forth aai.aat, certified to by th offeer with whom the dopoitwat made. X deductions forcoinauMiunt must bt mad fret th deposit. Special Advantages of this Loan. It it a -VirioaiL Savin Bark, offering high r rtofintretthaa any other, and via tssTStcc airv. Any laviagt bank which part itt dtpotitori ia U. 8. Not, considers that it it paying ia th beat aireulatiar medium of the eouatry, aad it can hot pay ia any taiag better, for it own ettti ar either in government toenrititt or in aotei or bonds payable in gtveramentpaper. a It it equally convenient at a temporary or per manent iaTtitmenC The aotot alway b taid ;r within a fraction of their fan aad eceataalated iaUr.it, and ar th beat tetarity with baaki at tollateralt for diieonntt. ConotrtibUimtta Six pr cent. 5-20 Gold Bond. In addition I th very liberal intortet oa th Belts for three yean, thit privilege ef eavriitB it bow worth about three per tost, per anaum, fbi th current rat for $-20 Boadt ia aot loot lhaa Bias rca cast, vbekidi, and before th war th premium on tix per eont U. S. ttockt waa ever twenty per cent. Itwillbeteea that th aeraal profit on thit loan, at th present market rat, it net lest than ten per cent, per annum. hi ztmptionfrom StoU or Municipal Taxation. Bat aiide from all tae aarantagoa w bar n- umtrated, a special Act of Congrest axiarvs all BOHDS AKDlKIASUXV KOTr.ira.il lOCALTAXAVItX. On tb average, thit exemption ia worth about two per sent, per annum, according to th rate of taxation! in variout parti of the country. It ii believed that no lecuritiei offer I great inducement! to lenders at these issued by tb gov. ernment. In all other forms of indebtedness, th faith or ability of private parties, or atoek com panies, or separate eommunitiot, only, is pledged for payment, while th whole property tf th ton o try it held to itenrt tht discharge of all tht ebhratitni of the United States. While the government offers tb met literal tcrmi for itt loans, it belierti that the vry trng- tt appeal will be to th loyalty and patriotitai af th poop!. Duplicate eertificatei will he issued for all 4e- depotiti. The party depositing must 'endorse up on th biiwal certificate th denomination of note required, and whether they ar to be istued ia blank or payable to order. When so endorsed it mutt be left with the olfieer.'recemng the deposit. toTbe forwarded to tb Treasury Department, St-aicRimon! will BtcxivBD by th Tra nrerof the X Tutted States, at Washington, thasover. al Assistant Treasurers and designated Depositor ite, aad by th FIRST 5ATI05AL BASK 0FXI5IA. and by all National Baskt whieh ar depoitari f public money, and AIX EESPECTABLE BANKS AKD BANKERS throBghout th country will giv further iafonae ioa nd ATJOBD EVERY TACHITY TO SUBSCRIBERS. T3r. TUCKER. DR. TUCKER has returned from Eurp, and resumed practice. TR TICKER will b t Xenia (Ewing Hons) Monday, April 4th. He ha now visit,! Xenia over six years, and will con tinue. His former success is a sufficient guarantee for the future. DR. TUCKER cures all curable diseaie ef th Throat, Lungs, aud Chest; alto all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Heart, Kidney and Bowels; and all eruptive diseases of the Skin. DR. TUCKER is a regular graduate it medicine has attended th Colleges and Hospitals of Europe, vis: at Dublin, Eding burgh, London, and Paris. Thse afflicted with any Chronic distal are invited t call. CONSL'LTATIOJI FREEi 1 Call and Pay tip. All pert Indebted to Joha Fleming A Co., will confer a faror by settling up on light Seme accounts hare been landing too long already, and a word to th i inatSeioai. iVWf FLeTVTtra) XVWfa. fa. ft, If5r-T MEDICINES AND DRUGS. "Bt Ktt-tt tia ttttrtrli te pvta, f tr tht tMi ttm&a Costitett is tax fcave been introduced to the public for mott) than six years, and have acquired aa lar exceeding any -Family Medicines of similar natur in tha market. An appreciating pnblio was not loaj ta discovering they possessed remark&bta ni hence their and consequent profit to the Proprietor, tiios enabling him to expend ef dollars each year in advertising their merits, and publishing the which have been showered upon him from The peculiarity of the b that they strike at the root of Diseaie. kj sradicating every particle of impurity "BN.OO&, for the life and health of th body depend, upon th purity of th blood. If the blood is poisoned, the body drags at a miserable existence. These medioiaes for curing SerofuXm, Syphilid' Ekin istast, Old Sorts, j Salt Jiheum, Jf'teumaiism., (Dyspepsia, scc Headache, Liver Complaint, Fever and jSTU, lAueorrhaa, Female Complaint, Xrysipelat, Bt.JintKtny' Firm, Sumor, Eruption, Fit, Sorofulou Consumption, t. if tf $ ef 02TZ person writes, hr daughter was cured of fits of nine years' standing, and St Titas dance oftwo years. ANOTHER writes, his sen was eurtd after his flesh had almost wasted away The doctors pronounced the case insura ble. ANOTHER was cured of Fever and Ague viler twin? every medicine in his reach. ANOTHER was cored of Fever Sere wwii. had existed fourteen years. AS v HER of Rheumatism of eight years, Cases innumerable of Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint could be mentioned in which the Purifier and Pills are the most active and thorongh pills that have over been introduced. They act so directly upon the Liver, excis ing that organ to such an extent as that tha system docs not relapse into its former con dition, which is too apt to bt the ease with imply a purgative pill They are really a which, in conjunction with the will cure all the aforementioned diseases, and, of themselves, will relieve and cure Headaehe, Costivtness, GIa (Pain, CTielera Jforbus, Indigestion, Pin in th otuels, QHzxiness, eta. Try these medicines, and you will never regret it Ask your neighbors, who have nssd thai and they will say they are and yon should try them before going for a phyiician. ... Get a Pamphlet or Almaoae of my total gent, and read the certificates, aad if yea bare ever doubted yon will SjOxV o mote. At a proof that tbe Blood FnriBer and Full a panty wutl I . th. crt first, of ihom omto.Bt cowm an!, Frofeaton Chiltoa of H. I., an Locke of CiaciaaalL BMd Dr. Boback'l Special Notice, aad C.rtiatM aat HsM la a conspKaool part of toll Paper from tna to iFTte of the ScaadiaaTtaa YefetaM Bloc' Pariier, U Br bottl., or S per hfdoMB. Of lb. Scaaalaortaa If iubl. Bloo Pillo, a o. e b.M w SI. One. aad ktaoafaetotr. . 6, M, 60, aad Eati Third Street, Ciaclanati, O. FOR SALE BY B. NUB PHY. Xenia. JOHN ST. PATTOS, Xenia. J. FLEMING k BHO XaJa. Begl A Citick, Codarville; 6Uat Bala, Bell brook; Anderson A Hand, CUftoa ;6.L.9.W. Maaaey. Otbora : W. 8. 9eudd, Eairfield ; M. 0. Adaati A Bro., JaranUwn; Jonei A Byrd, Spring Talley ;M. J. lanii Byron: Jai. Benedict, Tel lew Spriagi ; and by drupriiti and Merchant! gen rally thr.ught.ta United State aad Canada. PILES, A Certain Remedy. EVKSTBODY it Meg ured of thit dieircttiag dinase by the as of Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy. Bead what a sufferer says : Mr. J. P Hatarde, 1 Seoend street, Cincinnati,. Ohio, snys he has been a dreadful suffererwith Piles for a Ion ft time, and hai tried nearly everything, and could obtain no relief, lie used about one fourth of a not of Dr. Strickland's Tile Ointment, and it made a complete euro. H advitei every one who ii suffering to try it. Sold"by all Drupifist. at) cent! per pot Maan fnrtnrod at Xo. t East Fourth itroet; Cincinnati, O. Aik for Strickland's Pile Remedy nol2-ly GIFT BOOKS! A'XUAI,S, WRI TING DESKS, ALBUMS,.. A PI.NI ASSOnTMIKT AT riARKia & co.'s. MISCELLANEOUS. Ho! all ye lovers of the Weed AT A. HERKET'S, Tan will find en of th largest aid best elected stock of ' OBACGO Jm that can b found in this State. F1HE-CUT CHEWING TOBACCO Of the choicest brand. CIGAES of my own manufacture ontlF on hand. Th best quality of lwy in store, and for sal cheap. 3- 2 223 iS Of tery variety and styl, from the Clay Ui Meerschaum. CIGAR-HOLDERS. Ia fact, everything to be found in ft first-class tobacco house, will be kept on hand, and for sal ry cheap. Git a call, and satisfy yourselte A. HERRIT, Tobacconist, lUii trt, 2 door east of Pest Office, Xenia. Ohio. Farmers' and Citizens' DIEJIHG SALOOH, 7a Bur luHding, pp. Govt Eons, FRESH BALTIMORE OYSTERS. ; ALWAYS OK SAXB, Alf SZKT19 VT TEl LATIST ACT) BEIT ITTLB. A.11 kind of or its rnopia biasc. IfZALS EESYID TJP AT ALL HOURS, ACCORDING TO ORDER, AND TBI BIST THIS MARKET AFFORDS. Call AND SEE. ! OGLES!! CIZLES!! A LABjfl TARI1TT IH VELVET AX0 Cheaper ' I3indinc, - For al by F. HARRHA C ! IT hat lone been the aim physicians to find a combination of medicines having th requisite stimulating and tonio properties to relieve and cure the common complaints of Biliousness. Liver (disorders, Languor, Headache, 'vLowness of Spirits, Indirection. Jaundiee, Fever and Ague, which are the diseases incident s climate. The remedy been discovered by Dr. Roback, and in thous ands of cases the merits of his Bitters have been tested in the above complaints, there is but one voice from the people, that is in favor of these truly wonderful Stomach Bitters. W advis all who ar and need an agreeable tonic for thes troubles above Indicated, to commence one using thes Bitters. Be advertise ment. 4w DIAEIES for 1865. General Boiler In New Orleans, By Partoo. Muslin, $2. LETTERS TO THE JONESES, By Timothy Titcomb; 1.25. AMBER GODS, By Miss Prescott; $1.60. . For sale by Harris & Oo. PAINTS, PAINTS. TL0, Tarnishea, IWas, Patty, etc., ef th'ht o quality and at tie lowest triees .Iwavs, 4 FAirora.