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Agrlccltar&l Icplenenti & Stores.
AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE. ' DSTnOfT STREET, XENIA. HIClTMOND PLOWS (Gexcixe), r EAYMOXD & ROBERT'S PLOW WIIITELEY rLOWS, MILLER PLOWS, . CUTTING BOXES" CORN SLTELLERS, SEED SOWERS, SHOVELS, ' SPADES, FORKS, &o. - ACEST8 FOR THB ; CELEBRATED WHIT ELEY HA MPION SELF-RAKER, REAPEB AND JIOWER. i CLOVER, TIMOTUr, HUNGARIAN AND BLUE GRASS SEEDS, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASn PAID FOR ALL KIND OF HELD AND GARDEN SEEDS, ALSO, DEALERS IN IRON STOVES AND TINWARE. . Jefferies & Carey. GROCERIES AND LIQUORS! HENRY FARREL'S, Opposite the old Depot building, Detroit Street, A'enia, O. Henry Farrel takes this method of informing the viuseas of Xenia, and surrounding country, that ke haa recently added a great deal to his former large stock of Aaa is now, and at all times, prepared to furnifh tls customers with the beet of everything in his Vas of business, and at the most RE A S 0 XA BLE FIG UR E S. ,ALL KINDS OF GROCERIES, Cvjfat; Rice, Ftsh, Sugar, Mo7atsr$, Tens of all Kimle, Starch in Large Quantity. EaUint, Cumdies, Soaji,' Spieet, etc., Sic. MEAT aad FLOURatall tinus for 'side Also. Buckets, Tubs Baskets. Bros sis, Wash Boards, &c. All kinds of LIQTJOBS! Our Stock consists of Both Foreign and Domestic, fcRAKDIXS, W1XES, " BOCBBO, BYE, and IRISH WHISKIES. Sold at Retail or Wholesale All kinds of Country Produce. xehang ed for Groceries or Greenbacks. HENRY FARRELL. KEATS. HIDES, PELTS, Ac B. HENNEOER. &. BHOSMER. fIEB UNDERSIGNED, having entered into partner hip in the butchering business, propose to arry on a Daily Heat Market, At the old stand of John Atnbuhl, DETROIT STREET, XtNIA, OHIO. Ws are prepared to furnish, at all hours, the best of PRE S II MEATS AT LIVING PRICES, TVs bast analitv of BEEF, rORK, VEAL, Etc., Etc. Always en hand, and for sale at the lewest market agues. K. B. Farmers having FAT CATTLE to dis ess of, will always find a sals far them by calling OB US. HENNEGER & BROSMER. Site Xttth Sentinel. SGTII W. BROWS, EDITOR. FRIDAY, MARCH 10,1865. Subscriptions to the U. S. 7-30s. Received at the First National Bank. Feb. 17, 1801. A. TRADER, Cashier. Found. A small gold neck chain, in Xenia. The loser can bear of it by calling at this office. Found. New Store-Cheap Goods-New Firm. Eavet & CovxoR have opened a new Siore in the building recently occupied by Mr. John Horn as a Tin-shop. They "have received a full supply of the best Groceries, Glassware, &.C., &c, ever brought to this city, which they propose to sell at such figures as will make it the interest of all lo purchase of them. Call and see them, and bay, and save money. Re member the location on Main Street, three doors below Dean's corner. J5 The principal Newspapers and Maga lines of the day are always for sale at the Bookstore of Fleming Ueeritt. Frankenstein's Panorama of Niagara Fails. This celebrated Panorama will be exhibit ed at McMillan's Hall in this city, on Satur day afternoon and evening; and also on Mon day evening of next week. This is one of the most beautiful panoramic paintings ever shown in this country. It is now on its last tour in the United States, its proprietor in tending soon to exhibit it in Europe. The price of admission is thirty cents. Let all attend who can. Those who arc absent will miss a rare and valuable intellectual trent. Xenia Township. According to the report of the Executive Committee, at the Township meeting, last Saturday, but eight men were lacking to fill the quota, and no doubt was entertained that they would be readily procured. Another meeting was appointed, at the same place, ( Fireman's Hall,) for next Saturday, at 2 o'clock. The Executive Committee requests us to state that every man in tbe Township should be present, as it is the intention to have a general settlement of the whole affairs. B3jU Some soldiers of the lSoth Regiment committed some gross outrages at the Snell House one day last week. They entered the building and took full possession, behaving in the most ruffianly manner. At Spring Valley they entered the store of Messrs. Bar ret & Co., and demanded 'something to drink.' Upon being told that there was no' liquor in the house they became greatly enraged and commenced to appropriate the goods of the establishment to their own use. Such con duct is a disgrace to -the soldiers. CS2-The Courtof Common rieas adjourned on last Friday. In the evening tha members of the legal profession tendered to Judge Smith a supper at Ashe's Saloon. From Southern Prisons. Mr.-Fred Larue, a citizen of Xenia, re cently nrrived at home on parole. He was color-sargean t of the 110th Regiment when he was taken prisoner. He has been confined for a period of eight months in rebel prisons at the-South. He is as good and brave a sol dier as ever went out from Xenia, and his friends, and the public generally, are glad to see him back among them. We are promised a letter from his pen in a short time, giving history of his imprisonment. It will be very-interesting. From Richmond Prisons. We have met with quite a number of our boys, Captured at Beverly, who are on parole with friends at home. They bear the usual marks attesting to the severity of rebel pris on life. Our friend W. V. Lawrence, looks as though his recent "passage of the rugged path" and "stepping of swords," were more severe than the one which "in the diys of Auld Lang Syne" used to "try men's clothes.', From Richmond Prisons. Public Schools of Xenia-Monthly Report. The f er cent, of attendance for the month ending February 24th, is even better than the precceding month. The average attendance in all the schools is 94 per cent. In three de-. partments, Miss Wait's, Miss Ilyslop's and Miss Baker's, it is above 97. This is what we ought to expect. Names of those who have reached 100 per cent, in the monthly examination : Grammar Department. CeorgeGowdy, Em, ma Jones. Liitie Gowdy, Ellener Putnam, tuella Stewart, Liizie Foglesong, Julietta Monroe. rrimary Department. Mary Finch, Mary Watt, Fannie Weaver, Bell Hopping, May Winters, Sallie Marshall, Bell McCarty, Wra. Kepler, Ella Ebright, Mary Johns, Werter Hay nes, Samuel Dodds. George Kussell, James Harvey, Emma White. Marthy Byrd, Charles Rhodes, Frank Fair child, Alice Barnes, Emma Hivling, Julia Dean. , George Dougan,-Emma Bone, Edwin Prugh, Annie Snyder, Emma Long, Mary White, Annie Babb. GEO. S. ORMSBY, Sup't. Sg, The State Journal gives the deficien cies in the quotas of Greene County on the 3d inst., as follows : Bath Township 2 Bcavercreck Tp: . 32 Csesarcreek Tp ...;.. 17 Cedarville Tp 13 Jefferson Tp 1 Miami Tp.. oq New Jasper Tp 9 Ross Tp. 1 Spring Valley Tp 2 Sugarcrcek Tp 12 Xenia Tp. , , 23 Xenia City 87 Hon. Judge Warden will lecture in the Catholic Church of this city on the even ing of March 17th. What a Subscriber thinks of the Sentinel. We venture to publish the following, though it is strictly a private letter. It speaks for itself: DANVILLE, KY., March 1st, 1865. Mr. Editor : Sir. Inclosed please find two dollars for subscription to the Sentinel for the coming j year. j Residing in the heart of Kentucky, where I a sound outspoken word for the Union makes j me ihiuk of friends and home, I bail the com ing of your valuable paper wuu ieennga m pleasure, knowing that in it is found staunch exponent of Unionism and Freedom to all mankind. Vflm trtiW T-nTir friend. J. H. KELLEY. t3 The business houses of the city were closed on inauguration day from 11 o'clock in the morning to 3 o'clock in the afternoon. [Communicated.] The Private Soldier. Tile faithful officers of our army both those of high and low rank who are serving in this war, are entitled to highest honors. But to give all the honor to them is wrong, is un grateful. If we would "give honor to whom honor is due," we must bestow a very liberal 1 share upon the private soldier. It is he that stands up boldly to receive the deadly messen gers sent from the mouths of hostile rebel cannon. It is he that falls bleeding and dy ing on the field of battle, with no one near him to soothe aw.iy his pain and anguish. It is he that serves his country, not for pay, nor for fume, but for his country's good. "Honor to whom honor is due." Give the officer credit for all he performs; but do not j 'avish upon him that honor which more propi erly belongs to the gallant, uncouiplaiuing, deserving, patriot, private soldier. MINIMUM. Something for Preachers and Others to Read. Rev. nenry Ward Beecher, in a late sermon, spoke as follows: It has been customary for the great body of Christians to regard the church and its days, and ordinances and its ministers as something different, from everything and everybody. This is changing somewhat, and will change still more. Far be it from mo to say a word or suggest a theory which can move one of Christ's littlest ones from the rock of ages or this r nest landmark of all time, tha Bible; and I only fear lest I may be misunderstood when I lay that from these old superstitions of our infancy, from this reverence of means, we must move, and that right speedily. Young men, you who are casting about you for employment, and who seek to know by what avenue of life's labor you are to become uEelul, avoid, I beseech you, the overcrowded pursuits of the law, the bestuffed hospitals of medicine, the hot and dreary and unsatisfac tory roads of merchandise. Remember, that your "field is the world," and look with me for a moment at the granduer of your oppor tunities. No place in life is so full of possi bility, so rich in promise, so powerful, so full of liberty as, the pulpit. "Oh," s:iys some good, pious soul, "uow you're going to advise preaching politics." And why not? You have your little men iu pulpits, who can preach of Moses and the prophets; who cau show you the length and breadth of their creed, who can explain the meaning of this term and that text, who can talk learnedly of original sin and the wickedness of men who lived two thousand years ago; but where is the minister who teaches you of the duty of to-uay who exposes the corruption of the time in which you live who expounds the duty of the men before him? In what news paper or book can you find aught concerning the manner of using a vote? With the excep tion of Dr. Lieber, a man born in Germany, but bred iu America, I know of no publicist who has taught the people understanding' n this vital question of American life. I have attended many councils where learned divines examined youthful candidates for or ders, but I have never yet attended or heard one where a single question was put to test the fitness of the man as a teacher on the point most vital to his congregation. They ask him all about original sin, and the fall of AdamK and the superlapsus, and the sublapsus. and test him as to whether he believes in natural, or acquired grace, whether man is wholly de praved, or only in part, and if the latter, where the depravity stops, and what relation it bears to the rest of his nature but they never, never suggest a question which would indicate that the souls or bodies of men of the nineteenth century are of the least possible moment. These ministers are easy made. The doctors take a little regulation dough, they mould it into a pretty little cake of ex actly the right shape, pinhold it with exactly the right number of orthodox holes, put it on a patty pan, shove it into a properly built ov en, and, when it isbakedj you have your pret ty cracker ministers. Out on them, and out on such a system. We are living in a land and in a time of peculiar temptation. We are. as a people, given greatly to lying. Why, the range of white lies alone is wonderfully long, running not only through the highest octaves, but way up into the harmonics, while the sub-base of black lies is simply tremen dous. We must have a change in our public men, and not only in the lower classes of offi cials, but even in the halls of our most exalt ed uational councils. I do not propose to make charges, butlycannot forbear saying that the tone of public morals is low indeed, when we hear glibly spoken of the bartering of votes on matters of great moral purport, making our Legislatures literal shambles of infamy and disgrace. ESi. The inauguration ball at Washington was held iri tbe large hall in the North wing of the Patent Office. The erowd was immense, and the glitter dazzling. The President with his lady arrived about eleven o'clock at night and were duly received. 8?"3 It is reported that there will be no cibinct changes immediately. Harlan may succeed Usher as Secretary of the Interior in a few months. 3- Vice-President Hamlin has retired to privoto life. BC. The President sent in the name of Hugh McCullocb for Secretary of the Treas ury on Mjuday. ST" Assistant Trovost Marshal J. B. Cook, of the sixteenth district, was murdered by deserters at his home in Guernsey County a few days ago. Gov. Brough 4i)aiediately of fered a reward of S-jOO for the; apprehension and conviction ef the guilty parties. MARRIAGES. On Thursday, Feb. 23, at Dayton, by the Rev. Ma. Lowrt, W. A. ROBINSON, to Miss S. JENNIE COMPTON, both jf Xenia. On the 1st inst., at the residence of the bride's father, in Port William, Clinton Co., Ohio, by Rev. J. Vaxce, Mr. WILLIAM BAL LARD, of Greene County, to Miss ANNA EL LIS. At the Tarsonage of the 1st M. E. Church in Xenia, on the 27th of February, by the Rev. J. L. Grover, WM. McNAULL, of Ash tabula, to Miss ELIZABETH ADAMS, of Xe nia. " . Also, at the same place, by the same, on the 7th of March, DAVID M. ADAMS to MARGARET C. MENDEXHALL, both of Greene County. On the 4th inst., by Rev. G. B. Ort, Mr. JOHN H. BOWMAN, of Piqua, to Miss BAR BARA ANN SHELLEXB AUGER, of Osborn. DEATHS. On the morning of the 13th inst., in J.imes town, of whooping cough, Jenkettie Park er, daughter of William and Louisa Parker, aged 18 months. Near Zoar, Ccesarscreek Township, on Sun day, Jan. loth, Maria Kate Joxes. aged 24 vears. Cincinnati Markets. CINCINNATI, MARCH 3, 1865. Editor Sentinel : The market for Provisions has been quiet and steady during the week, without special change in prices. Many strong holders wore fearful that outside operators, would not be able to receive the large amount of Bbl'd., Tork, Bulkmcat and Lard,, falling due 1st March, but that date has passed by, and the obligations of "outside" speculators were generally promptly met. Mess Pork declin ed early in the week to 35 for city, but sub sequently anvanced to 3o3C, closing firm. Country brands Mess, ."1(7.35. -Prime Mess nominal at 33g,33J. Shipped during the week l,9u3 bbls. The Commissary at. this point took 2000 bbls Prime Mess, at prices, from 32 to 34, cash, and large awards-have been made at other points. The demand for Prime Lard has been less active and prices close rather lower, though holders of choice brands are careless about selling except at full prices. We quote city 211(7? J, country 21021 J. Head &. Gut 20(J7 2i. Bulkmeats steady with lib eral sales at 10(2. 10., packed, for Shoulders, 171, loose, for Sides, 18.(',18J, loose, for clear ribbed Sides, and l'JjQl'JJ, loose, for clear Sides. Hams iu sweet pickle held at 19 for choice brands. Smoked Meats firm, but not active, the amount out of smoke, unsold be ing small, and prices are steady at lPi for Shoulders, 20 for Sides, 21 for clear ribbed do., and 22 for clear Sides. II:ims 22 for plain canvassed, 23 fur sug-ir cured uncan vasseil, and 24 for sugar cured Canvassed, pkd. Exported from this port during the week, 73j hljJs., me.it, 2,020 Boxes do., 37'J Tierces do., 4,103 Tierces Lard and 375 Kegs do. Very Respectfully Yours, PHILLIPS, SLEDGE & CO. Provision and Produce Brokers. COMMERCIAL. Xenia Market. Corrected weekly by H. Carey, ST., at Harbine's Warehouse, corner Second and Detroit Sts. XENIA, Thursday evening, March 3, 1865. GRAIN MARKET. Wheat, $1 65 Corn, . - ... . 75 Uuckwhcat, . 7t) Ryo .' . .11) Oats, B() Fall Parlev 1 40 Clover Sued, 6 00 Tiinothv, . 2 00 White Beans, . . . -. . . 2 00 Potatoes . . 1 00 riax.eed, ' . .... 2 58 Shorts, ' 30 Bran, 2 0 RETAIL MARKET. Butter, . . ; . .... 45 Eggs, . . s.0 Lard, . ... . . . 2 Peaches . . . . . . 3o Dried Apples, . ... 16 Hominy, ' ? Rice Flour, per barrel, . . ..... ?9 5" Choose, 2? Coffee, 25j-J Sugar, . .2-j"5 Railroad Time Table. JOR CINCINNATI: Night Express 1.16 am Columbus Accommodation 8.23 ah Mail and Accotrmodation 12.54 am Cincinnati Express. . . .' .... 440pm FOR COLUMBUS: Kipht Expross, . . . . ... . 1.04 a M Cincinnati Express. . : . ... 8.28 a u Mail and Accommodation 12.05 P M Columbus Accommodation. . . . 7.20pm FOR DAYTON & RICHMOND: Night Express 7.15 A H Second Train.' 8.10 am Day Express 4.40 pm FOR SPRINGFIELD: First Train ' R-30 A M SccomWrain - . 7.'20pm For Cincinnati, at 4.50 A. M., S.05 A. M., 3. P. M., and 6.40 p. h. For Springfield and Sandusky, at 8.40 A. X. and 8.10 p. m. Trains Arrive at Dayton From Cincinnati, at 9.50 a. m., 5. p. m., 7.43 p. k., and 12.25 a. m. Arrival and Departure of Mails. Arrivals. Eastern Columbus Mail arrives . . 7.05 A M Eastern Columbus and Way Mail arrives 4.35 p M Western Uitvton Mail. . . . " . 11.55 A M Western Indianapolis Mail. " . 8.U0 A M Northern SpringtiuUl Mail . . " . 8.00 A M Northern Springfield and Yellow Sorings4.1S p M Southern Cincinnati . . 8.2:5 A and 7.05 p M Southern Cincinnati and Way Mail . 11.59 r M Departures. Eastern Columbus leaves A n 7.20 p u Eeastern Columbus and Way Mail at 12.05 p m Western Dnyton ImlinnapuUs at . . 7.16 A M Northern Springfield 8t 7 20 p m Northern Springtleld A Yel. Springs at a m Southern Cincinnati at 7.16 a si Southern Cincinnati A Way Mail . at 4.40 p m Jamostoirn Mail, arrives daily except Sunday at 10.00 a m., and leaves at 2.00 p u. T.-e letters should be at the Office one-half hour before tho tiuu of WM. LEWIS P. M. DRY GOODS & EMBROIDERIES. BBY GOODS MARKED DOWN AT Ridenour & Beall's DRESS GOODS . - BALMOALS, Prints, Delanes, BLEACHED AND EROWX MUSLIXS, ScC, ScC WE ARE SELLING OUR ENTIRE STOCK OF GOODS AS LOW AS THEY' CAN BE BOUGHT IN ANY MARKET. All those desirous of obtaining Good Bargain Call and See. We have now in store a nice stock of LADIES' FURS & CLOAKS ALSO, BOOTS & SHOES, HATS AMD CAPS, CALL IN AT Ho. U Main Street, Xenia, AND SEE FOR YOURSELVES. EEDEXOtm & SHALL u9-olly THE NEW YEAR WE greet onr friends and the public with a "happy New Years and announce that we have recently added many New Goods to cur stock, rendering it well assorted. r1ERRlcKrCE & CO., Our Stock of Pamiljj Drr G-cods is especially worthy the attention of pnrchasera. TVe have a choice assortment for the season of Ladies' Bress Goods; In Silkj Worsted nnd Cotton Fabrics. Our Wool en Department embraced ClolMvercoaiings, Cassimeres, XWEED3 AND JEANS, Of the best makes, at the right prices. Wo have also received our new styles of LADIES' CLOAKS. LADIES' FUR HOODS, LADIES' DRESS FCKS, BALMORAL SlvIKTS, . MERIXO Underwear. New Cloaking Cloths. Ladies' Long & Square Shawls, 20 Pairs of Whitney Blankets, JUST RECEIVED. jiWe invite the attention of the public to our laro stock, believing it offers inducements unsur passed in the city. TERMS CASH. MERRICK, McCLTJUE & CO. janl3 Main street, Xenia, O CARUTHERS S GARS 0 N, RTLTOLKSALE AND RETAIL IF YOU WANT TEAS, G0J0 CARRUTUER3 t CARSON. IF YOU WANT W I ICES, 00 TO CARRUTnERS A CARSON. ALSO: QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF GO, !AL Qll Lfr.;?3, ADD COAL OIL. ALL FOR SALE CHEAP JOR CASII OR COUNTRY PRODUCE. PLEASE GIVE US A CALL. Gcorse G. Collins' Estate. NOTICE is horehy Riven that the undersigned has been appointed and qualified as Admin Mratorof the LNtuto of tiaorsre ll- Collins, dy coaled. All persons having claims against iuid estate will pre son t them for pnvment. fol.KUt AVU.LIAM rOLUX., Adm'r. MIS(ELLAE01'S. E. & H. ANTHONY, & CO., Manufacturers of Photographic Ma terials, n.LL.vU.P. AN1 UKTATL. 501 BROADWAY, NEW "YOZFtlSZ, In addition to our main business of I'llO TOGRAPHIC MATERIALS, wo are Head quarters for the following, viz: Stereoscoocs and Stereoscopic Views. Of these we have an immense assortment, in cluding War Scenes, American and Foreign Cities and Landscapes, Groups, Statuary, &c, &.C. Also, Revolving Stereoscopes, for public or private exhibition. Our Catalogue will be sent to any address on receipt of Stamp. Photographic Albums. We were the first to introduce these into the United States, and we manufactHrc im mense quantities in great variety, ranging in price from 50 cents to 50 each. Our AL BUMS have the reputation of being superior in beauty and durability to any others. They will be gent by mail, Free, on receipt of price. tST FINE ALBUMS MADE TO ORDER. CARD PHOTOGRAPHS. Our Catalogue now embraces over Five Thous and ditfe-ent subjects (to which additions are con tinually being made) of Portraits of Eminent Amer ican. tc, viz: about 100 Mnjor -Generals, 550 Statesmen, ISO Divines, 125 Authors, 40 Artists, 125 Stage, 200 Rrig.-Geuerals, 375 Colonel?, 101 Lieut. Colonels, 250 Other Officers, 75 Navy Officers, 50 Prominent n omen, 150 l'ro iincrit Foreign Portraits. 8.OU0 Copies of Works ot Art, including reproductions of the most celebrated En gravings, Paintings, Statues, Ac. Catalogues sent on receipt of Stamp. An order for One Doien Pic tares from our Catalogue will be filled on the re ceipt of $1 SO, and sent by mail, Free. Photographers and others ordering goods C. O. D. will pleaso remit twenty-fivo per cent of the amount with their order. E. A H. T. ANTHONY. CO., Manufacturers of Photographic Materials, 501 BROADWAY, NEW YORK. TKla.The prices and quality of our goods can not fail to satisfy. no51 1S64. UNIVERSAL OTIISS First Premium. 347, Broadway It was pronounced superior to all others at the World's Fair.in London, 1802. It took the FIRST PEEJIIUM at the great Fair of the AMERICAN INSTITUTE, in New York city, 1803. where the judges were prac tical mechanics, aud appreciated COG WHEELS. It took the FIRST TREMIUMat the New York State Fair, 1802 and 1803. Vermont State Fair, 1803. -Tennsylvania State Fair, 1803. Michigan State Fair, 1803. Iowa State Fair, 1803. Illinois State Fair, r. 1803. AND AT COUNTY FAIRS WITUOtT NUMBER. SELF-ADJUSTIXG AKD ADJUSTA . . BLE. IT SAVES Time, Labor, Clothes and Money. It is easily and firmly secured to tle tub or washing machine, and will fit tubs of any size or siiape.- It is SIMPLE IN ITS CONSTRUCTION, and does not easily get out of repair It is not only a Perfect "Wringer, But the cog-wheels give it a power which renders it a MOST . EXCELLENT WASHER, Pressing and separating as it does the dirt with the water, from the clothes. ANY WASHERWOMAN CAN USE IT. A Child Tea Years Old can Work It. It will save its cost every six months in THE SAVING OF CLOTHES. We have seven sizes, from S5,00 to ?30. The ordinary family sizes are No. 1, 10, and No. 2, 57. These have G O Ct-aT HEELS, and are Warranted in every particular. This means, especially, that after a few months' use, the lower roll WILL NOT TWIST ON THE SHAFT, And tear the clothing, a3 is the case with our No. 3 and other Wringers without Cog-wheels. In our monthly sales of over 5,000, only from one to two dozen are without Cogs. In our retail sales we have not'sold one in near ly two years 1 This shows which style is ap preciated by the public. This is the only Wringer with the PATENT COG-WHEEL REGULATOR, And though other wringer makers are licens ed to use our rubber rolls, yet none arc ever liconsed to use the Cog-wheel regulator. Therefore, for cheapness and durability, hay only the Universal Clothe3 "Wringer. On receipt of tbe price, from places where no one is spiling, we will send the U. C. W., free of expense. What we especially want is A GOOD CANVASSER In every town. Wo offer literal inducements and guarantee the exelushe sale. JULIUS IVES & CO., jan.G S17 Broadway, New York. DIARIES FOR 1865. JIYEXILE AND GIFT BOOKS. BIBLES AND HYMNS. In Velvet and cheaper bindings. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS. Writing Dcslis, A" verv full assortment of tho nbovn at d.ei N KWTON, HAB PIS . COS. GROCERIES I Wholesale" and Retail! If you want to mako a good Investment of "T Greenbacks and Country Pro I IU GROCERIES, eallat W. H.' ViLSOll'S. Opposite the Ewriug House," Xenia, Ohio. If you waat ,; Coyee, G9 TO V.'ILSQil'S. If you want NICE FISH,' GO 70 VJLSOrPS. If you want tke BEST BRANDS ef Tobacco 2 Cigars, GO TO IViLSOII'S. If you want COAL OIL LAMPS and or any thing else in the Grocery line, IVILSOJPS U the place to got it Call and see for yourselves 19 Ty MAPS! MAPS! MPS! OF THE UNITED STATES," SHOWING the new State of Nevada and Territo ry of Montana, containing a copy of-GoL Trum bull's Signers of the Declaration of Independence, t List of Battles of tho Present War, Population of the United States, in Counties. Size, Uxio inches. Mounted on Rollers. Sent on receipt of $1 50. ' Llap of tho World, ON MEBCATOR'S PROJECTION, Showing the recent Arctic and Antarctic Disoov ries. The Ports, Lines of Travel, Interior Tra ding Towns and Fosts accurately laid down. Tha Map is engraved on Steel, highly embellished,' and mounted in the best style. Sizo, 36xt4 inches. Sent on receipt of $3 00. A Historical and Military Map OF The Border and Southern Stales, Containing, on a large scale, the entire territory embraced in the Rebellion, looatintf the Battles and Skirmishes of tho War, enclosed in a neat Pocket case ; to which is added, in Book form, a Sketch of To Hundred Battles. Soldiers, Marines and Civiiliacs should have it. Sont on receipt of 50a. OIL MAP OF OHIO AXD TISSEVIA,' Acknowledged by those interested in Oil Stocks and Lands to be the best yet published. - . Pocket funn. Seat on receipt of J 00. AGENTS V7AFJTCD For the above and many other Popular Works iS-Send for a Catalogue, with terms to Agents, r Orders may be sent to AwSricas Advertisiji Acknct, 3S'J Broadway, New York. ; GAYtORD WATSOX, Successor to Phelps t Watsos, 16 Beekman Street, Hew York. jan6 riovcmbcr C, 10GI. PBICES Greatly Reduced ! A. TIIIRKIELD, XEKTIA, OHIO. SPLENDID STOCK OF New Goods! JUST RECEIVED. We will not give prices ont of Store, but come, nnd examine, and we will satisfy you as to ANY COMPETITION. DRESS GOODS, IN GREAT VARIETY. SHAVLS, CLOAKS AND FURS, IN GB.EAT VARIETY, AND CHEAP. BALMORAL SKIRTS, CLOAKING CLOTHS Elack, Bnnvn, Tan and Drab, Very Cheap. Men and Boys' Wear, IN GREAT VARIETY. Gingham Prints, CHEAP AS THE CHEAPEST. The above Goods, with a full stock will be sold for cash as low as can be sold anv where. Shno5- A. THIRK.IELD. DIARIES for 1865. General Boiler in New Orleans, By Tarton. Muslin, $2. .. . .. LETTERS TO THE JONESES By Timothy Titcomb; fl.25. , . -A. IMI-IB E Jl GO IDS, By Miss Prescott; $1.50. For sale by