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Friday, llarch 31, 1S65.. t': SETS ROWN, EDiioa. . -Offlcft, a Sfufn' Street, pp. Court Honae. I x-txi E of promise, by freemen unfurled ! Beacon of hop to awaiting world! Bhinine above ii lb starry throsg, A rift in the murky elouds of wrong fui that shall roll from their beams of light, Sil! it whole round dome ii blue mi bright. C Xf any man attempts to haul down tba Ameri--aa Flag, ihoot hint on the spot." Jobs A. Dix. "Witi faaliee toward none, with ebarity for all, with trmiM so the right, God giret tu to ee -tt right, let bi strive lo finish tba work we are io, . bias sp the nation ' wounds; to ear for him who (hall bar borne the battle, and for his widew and bit orphans; to do all which may achieve nd eher- .', Wa a jt and lasting jxace among ourselves and ' wiui aJ nations. " Generals Sherman and Schofield at Goldsboro. ' " The forces of Gen. 'Sherman formed a - junction with those of Gen. ScuoSell at . Qolusboro,' oa Wednesday the 22od inst. -Gen. Sherman' army fought its way from Fajetteyille to this place. The fighting f.iu of quie'jt serious character, but the Un!un forces alwajs gained the victory.' Johnston was forced to retreat from every position wberehe Endeavored to make a stand. The rebel loss in these sldrnrshes and battles with Gen. Sherman's forces if supposed to le very largo.. ,.. , ... ... . "V-ha junction of thefe twi armies enEures tjie j&fety of both, and the success of wint erer plans may be in the process of exeeu ' lion. , If Johnston. Vas unable to resist ' .. the advance of Gen. Sherman's army alone, , be will be powerless in front of the combin '..d anaies. - Fiyetteville was the first im 5 portant objective point of the march from . Savannah. It was reached without serious difficulty. The next, important objective ' point was Goldaboro. ' It, too,, has been I -safe' reached. We snppose tho next .Important objective point is Richmond, : and that Gen. Sherman will be successful ' we do not for a moment doubt. Rebels Discouraged. It is Understood '. that in the attack upon Fort Steadman the rebels did not fight with their accustomed etub- r bornnesa. ., Various accounts agree in tating that they fought, not like des- perate men, but like hopeless one3. If ' tlese reports be "true, and we see no reason to doubt their correctness, .the . end of the rebellion is not far in the future. If the rebel soldiers once as certain, to their satisfaction, that the ' cause of the Confederacy is hopeless, they will not longer fight with steady .Arms and brave hearts. As the cour tage of the rebel soldiers gives away, that of our soldiers will correspond ' fngly increase. Faint-hearted soldiers never win a battle. Without hope and resolution in the breasts of the rebel .eolditrj -the Confederacy will soon be crowded into the last ditch, and the triumphant soldiers of the Union will t march to final victory ' .' . ' , Fort Steadman. This fort was attacked, by- the rebels early in tbe morning of the 6h iqst. 'Their advance was so swift and overwhelm , Jt'Bg' that the positiou was carried-- The Uioa. General McLaughlin and several tuos wereJcaptured. . Union re-enforcc-cfceots were brought Jo the sectie, aod tbe ' Tort was retaken, with nearly three thous and rebel prisoners. Gen. Grant estimates , the confederate, killed and wounded at i about three thousand also. The . Union loss was about eight hundred. The rebels probably -supposed that Gen. Grant had weakened his army to re-enforoo Gen. Sherman. To satisfy themselves in re . gard .16' this matter ' they attacked Fort jSteadman. But they must have become .convinced that the Union lines were not in - a very weak condition. , ' - Their recanooiaance undoubtly cost them ' five thousand men. . They are aot able to try many such experiments.' -' ' '' ' -. At Columbua on Wednesday the Ilouse t passed by a tote of 7Q to 9 a bill-author-: iaiug telegraph companies to enter upon and condemn property for the construction lot lines. This was a substitute for a till which previously passed the Senate. The latter body will concur in the amend ments immediately, and the bill will at once 'become a law. .This 'will enable the IT. S. Telegraph' Company, which is now operating to Dayton and Columbus, M extend ita lines to Cincin'ti . We shall then! have greatly increased telegraphic facilities. -; -Th Presidsst Bat issued1 an order for the celebration ef the fall cf Fort Sumter. Gen. Anderson is to hoist tbe tame' flag which the rebel forced him to lower.' ' In Vddition to thiu, Rev. Henry Ward Beeeh erU to" deliver an'ad dress on the occasion. - Solicitor Whiting of tbe )'u Depart inent htr reeipced. a." The Confederate Situation. We find in the NewTorl Tribune of last Saturday a most remarkable letter written by a correspondent at Washing ton. The editor Touches for the correct ness of the statements obtained. in the communication. : The writer expressly states that his fig area were- copied from the official docu ments pf the Confederate War Department. Heasserts that on the ith of February, 1865, the entire, available force of the rebellion was 152,000 men. They were distributed as follows :' " ; . Lee' Tmy..JJ... ..'...!.;.. 64,000 Bragg, including Hoke's division...... 9,000 Beauregard and Hardee .............. 22,000 Dick Taylor, D. H. Hill, and Howell - I Cobb- I - . ..." 7,000 Weal of Mississippi,. 50,000 The correspondent says that early in the present year a committee of the rebel Senate was appointed Yo inquire into the condition of the "Confederacy. Before that committee) Gen. Lee' declared, that the rebellion could not "last till mid-turn-met" He also stated that the sentiment of his army was- almost "unanitnout for peace." lie also gave it as his opinion "that the South should make peace on the batit proposed ly Mr ' Stephent." . ' The write'r ako gives a long list of the names of public men in the South who are anxious for pcaee on the basis of the Union and the Constitution. In. this list we find among others the names of Hives, Wise, .Baldwin, and. Bolts, ; of -Virgin ia; .Graham, Badger, Leaqh, .Gilmer and Vance, of North Carolina; Qrr and Boyce, ;of .South Carolina; and Mathews ' and Snieighton cf Mississippi. We' put ecucV" connddoce' in these statements, and believe that coming events "Will prove their correctness'. The South Ls exhausted, and must make peace. - It is not a question of choioe with her, but a question of neoessity. . ; The Confederate Situation. Union Victories---Official Bulletins. City Point, March 2710:30 AI M. IlgrE. il Slanton, Secretary of War:, The battle of the 25th resulted in the following losses on our side: Second Cotps-J-Killed, 51; wounded, 462 SO-2 Ninth Corps Killed, GS; wounded, S38; missing, 506. ' Our captures by the Second Corps were -381; by tbe Sixth Corps, by the Ninth Coips. 1,043. ...... The 2nd and 6th oorps pushed forward and captured the enemy's strong intrench ments, and turned its guns against him and still hold it, , lb trying to retake this the battle was continued until eight o'clock at nighf, and the enemy losing very heavily. Humphreys estimated the loss of the ene my in his front at three times hii own, and General Wright, in his front, as double that of ours. The enemy brought in a flag of trnce for permission to collect - bis dead, which were between their picket line and their main line of fortifications. Per mission was granted.. U. S. GRANT. Lieutenant-General. CITY POINT, March 27—11 A. M. Ton. E. X. Stanton, Secretary of War: I am in receipt of Gen. Sherman's report of operations from the time he left FayetteTille tip to the 22nd inst. ft shows hard fighting, re sulting in very heavy' loss to the enemy is killed and wounded-, and over two thousand prisoners in our hands. His own loss, he s.iys, will be covered by 2.500 men since he left Savannah. Many of them are but slightly ' U. S. GRANT. Lieutenant-General. Gov. Aiken. William Aiken;'"the son orgrandsoa of a Scotch-Irish inynigrnnt, was. in 1860 the largest slaveholder and probably the richest man in South Carolina. ' We believe but one man in the Union owned more slaves than he did. . He was tv.ice or thrice chosen to Con gress from the Charleston' District without opposition, and was the final rallying point of the pro-Slavery parties for Speaker of the "Banks Congress," the ., vqte , standing, Banks 103; Aiken 100. He declined further election," but served a, term as governor of the State, being uniformly esteemed ..one :of her best citiieus. J., j .-. - ' : Gov. Aiken, like Senator Hammond, kept silence when their State made Mr. Lincoln's election the pretext of Secession. He could not stem the tide ; but he refused to b carri ed along with it, and has since remained a quieLbnt interested and apprehensive obser ver, until Charleston fell once more under the Union flag, when he declared himself what h had always at heart been, a Unionist. His slaves are now free; be -has supplied them with land; and he is working hard to allevi ate the miseries caused by'unhallowed ambi tion. 10 this end, his means and eSorts are steadfastly devoted.' " ! Who can douht that.the class to whioh Gov. liken belongs the class of Southern gentle men who, blest with "ample fortune, have out lived or spurned -the -impulses of ambition are. at heart. with Gov. Aiken? y.. J'. Tri. buhe. - - -. 0. - . . - ' i-a- Mr. Roseorans, a former artist of' this eity, baa purchased land ia Missouri, with a view 'of commeneing Agrlenltural pursuit b ' ' ' ' ; THE DRAFT. j Washisgtcn,' March 2Dv Tho putlio impression tba't the. present draft' is un necessary, in view of the inipcn aiig end of the rebellion, is not glared in by men in authority here. Although tho military situation is eminently fitvaralle, there is no intelligent belief here that we shall be enabled to relax our efforts or reduce our armies for at least a year to come. Tbe full number of men called for by the Pieg- ident will therefore undoubtedly bo requi red, nud arc even uow oeckd in tho field. ' to i Submissionists in Charleston. From the Charleston "Jan. 14" Correspondence. of the London Times. It is hard for the visitor who comes to Char leston, fresh from Richmond and Virginia, to understand that the, mon-combatant popula tion of South Carolina is homogeneous with the inhabitants' of TicEinondpand nominally of tba same flesh and blood as the indomita ble rank and file of Gen. Lee'a army. In Richmond there was, one month ago, no more thought of submission or faintheartedness thn in the breast of Walker ftnd his. heroic associates at Londonderry, in 1090, or the in trepid ranks which garrisoned Sar2tw8 in 18U8. In Charleston, the fountain-head of seces sion, the nest of rebellion, the cherished holy city of the Ghmecock State " ia Charles ton, which should draw its inspiration from the grim walls of dilapidated but still defiant oii Sumter, and eetan example of iron-hearted resolution to the associates whom it pre cipitated into rebellion, there is croaking and dismay, infirmity of purpose and resolution. Many are the orignal secessionists the " fire eaters '.' of the New York Tribune who once mocked at old Virgina because she was slow to tread the. thorny path to. f,ich South Car olina lured her on, but who now fuint by the way and prattle of the " best terms that can be obtained from i magnanimous foe,'' while upon some lips the ominous word " recon struction" is audibly breathed. But it must be confessed that, speaking generally, and especially in reference to Vir ginia, the confederate banner is most proudly and stubbornly upheld by. men who trod the path of tecession slowly and reluctantly, and that, according to the law of nature, the mo mentum of those bodies which were with dif fiulty set in motion is sustained and irresist ible when once they get under way. The Good Understanding With Russia. . , . 6ia.. , . [From the N. Y. Times of Friday, March 2d.] For the first time' in all history, the service of the Russo'-Greek Church was performed on this contiment,' in a public house of worship, ,' yesterday. Tnrough the comity of the Episcopal bishop of this diocese,-Trinity Chapel was opened to the small baud of the. members of that com munion resident in this city; and the Greek liturgy was chanted by an ordained priest of the church,- now on a visit to this -country. assisted bj several of the chapel vocalists. A large number of Americans were present, both clerical and lay, and were all impressed with the sim ple granduer of the music and solemnity cf the sen-ice.. ' ' ", Upon the' religious significance of this act of friendly j regard, if not positive fellowship, between a . representative of the great Greek church, embracing with in its pa'e some sixty millions, and one of the chief branches of American Protes tantism, it is not ourprovincej to, dwell. We content ourselves with the simple ex pression of a trust, that .this new event will do something to promote that mutu al understanding, the want of which has always been one of the chief causses of religious divisions. Madunie'de Stael well siid:.:'Tp pray together in any. lan guage, with any. rites, whatever they are, is the most touching fraternity of hope and sympathy which men can contract on earth." , . Charleston as Babylon. Large placards have been stuck about Liverpool, giving the following from the 18th chapter of Revelation, apropos of tbe fall of-Charleston: "Babylon the great is fallen; for her 6ins have reached unto Heaven, and God hath remembered her iniquities; and tbe merchants of the earth shall weep and mourn over her for no one bnyeth their merchandise any more. Merchandise of gold, and silver, and precious stones, and of pearls, and fane linen, and winei and oil, and fine flour and wheat, and beasts, and sheep, and horses, and chariots, and slaves, and souls of menj and every shipmas ter, and all the company in snips, and Sailors, and as many as trade by sea (blockade-runners?) stop afar off, and cried when they saw the smoke of her burning, saying, "What city is like this great city." '- ' - ;' Henry A.VTise paints the following awful picture of the rebel situation at Richmond: '"Fort Fisher has. fallen, and by Grant's 'crossing the Chickahominy and the James without a blow Richmond and Petersburg are both besieged, the line of railroad is cut and the army is advancing and threatening from every point of the compass. General Scott's programme, at the beginning of the war, for our invasion and destruction, is fast tending to consummation. We are cut into fragments of territory, divided by the Mississippi, and in every section driven into a close interior and forced to self-rolianoe apart from all the rest of the world. : . ' On Saturday less that ten million of the 80 loan remained to be sold. " Nothing condemns more powerful ly the violence of the wicked man than the moderation of the good; NEW ADYERTISEJIEXTS. rK. OT. C. F-A.IL.L, . HOMCEOPATHIST. HAS pennanently lacated in Xenia, and offers his professional services to the public. From long aad.auccessful practice, and prompt attention to business, he hopes to mer it and receive a share of patronnge. ; ,' Bga, Office and residence on Market street, in the dwelling lately occupied Ty Dr. Ackel soh. ' ' ' '.;...:-. mar31-6m. A FARM FOR' SALE AT A BARGAIN! . ONK of the best Farms in Greene county, eon 'uio, ,1 .... '. : t: . 850 ACEB3 OP CHOICE liATTD ' ' situated 5 1-2 miles south-we't or Jamestown, on a direct State road from Xeuio, It miUs c.i."t. It is well watered by a branch of Carscroek rnnning tlirough it; and also springs and wJl. About two huudrcd' acres are un.ler cultivation tilt balanca ' f ' '' ' Well timbered. '- '' 'TWODWKLLIXGSt, ' '- . 'w 1 1 . . . one two-story Brick, two Orchards, a large frame Barn, ie:' All will be sold togothsr, or In two parts suit-furohasers. It will divide well Into two Farms. Come and see. For terms or details, p ply on tho premises, oi write ta . , . Mar -If. E. XEAL, Jamestown, O. 4 Extraordinary Announcement! Purchasers can avail themselves of the LAST. HEAVY. DECLOTE IS PEICES. rRRicOKPEco., would announce to the public that having mado their purchase! since the latest decline in prices, they will be preaped to offer - - - - USTZEZXT WEES A iarge and Splendid Stock of- DRESS GOODS CARPETS AT STILL FTJRTHEK SEDUCTION"; We art enabled to do this from the fact that we purchased our itoclt during the latest severe panic, at from 20 to 30 per cent leu than others bought thsirt; who made earlier purchases. We offer PRINTS, PAST COLORS, - 18c. MUSLINS, - - , - 25c. MUSLIN DELAINS, - 30c. in new and beautiful styles. -" , ; .A. Hi P A. O -A. S in new and choice colors at . . . 75c, 87., and 1.00; 'worth two weeks since, 1.00, 1.S5, AND lO; Choice New Style Dress Goods A-t Similar Keductlons. - ; Purchasers will' obtain some idea of the GREAT DECLEtTE that has taken place during? the last fortnigM,'by -- " ' examining our Sreek. i 'f . 1T0 IS THE TIME FOB ' ; ' MEHRICK, McCXTJRE & CO. aar31te " Maiu street, Xcnla, O. ANKTJAL EXHIBIT I Of Receipts aud Disbursements of the City of Xeuia, from ApriLl, 1804 to AprU 1, . 1S65. "... ... ' GENERAL FTJND. ,i . BECBIPTS. ; .,' April 1, 18G1 Bal' in Treasury .i..2365'21 From Fines and License - 231 87 Rcat pf Hay Scales. i. : ,. J8 5.5 Dayton & Xenia Turnpike Co....i. ,20 00 County Commissioners, for bridge " - - purposes.,........'. .....wl..- 200 00 September Taxes........... ......... 900 73 Gravel , '30 00 Sale of Old Engine......... 175 00 February Taxes...... 922 .84 Total Receipts., ...S49U20 DISBURSEMENTS. '' For City Election, April 1864.......:.. $30 15 Printing all purposes.. .....i........ 50 25 Fire Company No 8-i....; 60 00 Tending and Repairs of Town Clock... 39 40 Mayor of City.... j..-.,....... 150 00 City Marshal....'. .-600 00 City Solicitor... -.. 25 00 City Clerk...... 125 00 Supervisor...i....................-... 122 82 Rent, Fuel and Lightaf Council Rooms 25 00 New Cisterns 200 00 New Hose ..... 774 '25 Stone Work of Bridges 118 37 Lumber. 72 94 Repairs of Old Engine House '30 .90 Gas for Street Lamps, &o 63 45 Hell for West Engine House ,- 30.00 Repairing West Engine House ,74 66 Lighting Engine House, one year ' J2 00 Repairs of Engines, &c..'. 11 25 Castings for Cisterns... ..i.. . ' 22 65 Work and Repairs of Cisterns : 35 23 Cost in Jlog Cases.,, 64 59 Hogs Reclaimed'. 03 00 -Former Clerk, residue 6 '45 Carpenter ork, Bridges, &c 15 00 Docket for Mayor 18 00 Paper and Certificates for Wood Meas urer -. ... 15 00 Wood and Sawing...,..:..... 28 05 Care of West Engine House......'. 8 00 Mason Work on-Tunnel... ; rjo Revenue Stamps on iBonds, &c. ........ 8 15 Ascertaining Credits of City 4 30 Repairing Tools, &c . 5 40 Repair of City Seal......... 8 00 Total services of Standing aud Special ' ' , . "Committees'......:; 210 00 Drayage, burying Dead Animals, la- ' bur and sundry other matters..... 40 72 Total Disbursement..., :S3I85 88 Bal' in Treasuryj April 1, 18G4 51728 32 - street rTjisra. ' , .. EECEIPTS. Balance in Treasury, April' 1, 1864..$993 62 Road Tax, collected ;......... 72 00 September Taxes ..." 900 73 March. Taxes....:... ...1538 08 : Total Receipts !', . , DISBURSEMENTS. Bouldering and Curbing Labor and hauling Total Disbursements , .. .,....$3504 38 ..SI 65 73 ..1614 03 .$1809 76 Bal' in Treasury, April 1, 18C5....$1G91 57 - OAS TXT3ST1D. " - BECKIPTS. ' : ! - Balance in Treasury, April 1, 1864.., September Taxes March Taxes $2720 672 54 922 84 Total Receipts... ......... 51625 58 '.'."!:' BIBBUasEMgNTS. Light and Repairs, total.- ,..$1165 61 Baf in Treasury, April 1, 1865.V..V. $459 97 ' A.TRADEPj : j. c. McMillan, :. j J. B CARRUTHERS. marSa It . ., ., . Finance Committee, - . Leg-al TTotice. ;' '. John Orr, pl'tff., '.' Oreene " Common vs. f Pleas, 1st order of John- T. Owens and Jtro. f Sale, Case. No. 1S41. Is ichol, deft s. .i'.J'i . ,,' B1 Y virtue of the above order of sale, to me di rected, from the Court or Common Pleas.'of (jreene eounty,'Uhio, 1 will oner at public sale, is front of the (7ourt House, in Xenia, in said county of Greene, . : : ON S ATUED AY, MAY 6TS, A. D;, 1865. between the hours of 10 o'clock,. A. M., and 4 o'clock, P. M., of said day, the following doscribed roal estate, to-wit : Lots number 33 and 40, as the same are designated, numbered and known on the recorded plats of the 1st aud 2nd addition, made by John Orr to the town of Cedarville, in said county of Greene. The above lots are appraised ns follows: Lot namber 33, at $ i , lot num ber 48, at S ; . . Terms of sale, cash in hand on day of salo. mar31-ts. ' HENRY BARNES. Sheriff Qreene county. Sheriff's Sale.' .' Jorden Dcprad & wife, Greene Common v. ! Please, Case No 1920, David Washington, tt at J. Order of Sale,' BY virtue of tho command of tho above order ot sale, to me directed, from the Court of Common Fleas of Greofie, Co. Ohio, I will offer at Public ealc, in front of the Court Iiuuso, iu Xouia, OX SATURDAY, THE 22D DAY OF APRIL . A. I., 18G3; . . : between tbe nours of 10 o'clock", A. -Jr. and o'clock Y. M.-of snid day, tho following de- scribed Heal Dauie. to-wlt .- ' . -A. t 12 Four undivided fifty-fourth parts of the follow, iog described real estate, situate in the County of Greene, i the State of Ohio," to-wit: a certain tract or parcel of land,;being rrt of military sur vey, No. 224.in the name of Warren and Addison Lewis, on the water f CaJfarcreek, marked and designated as Ko. .l, on the plat made by Washington Gallowayr sarveyer, in a certain suit ; Mr.;;ii hrn.rhr" hv Jorden Deorad aed wife. ia-fa Cowtof Cvmarm Pleas, of Greene Ohio, against Wm. JJusn, etai, recoraea in oi. No. S, page 452, Final Records of said Court, and on file with the paper in said cause, beginning at a stone as represented on said plat at G in the line of Francis" Watson, and corner to Jary Wright i thence X. 7 E. 13.50 poles to a stake 4 from which a sugar tree 10 inches in diameter tears A. 36 1-2" E. 10 links, Jo., 16 inches in diameter bears S. 63 1-2" W. 31 links; thence N. 80 W. 48.70. poles to a stake 13 in the line of Mary Butler, a sugar; tree 12 inehas in diameter bears N. 81 1-4 W. 7 i-4links ; thence with her line S. 17 1-2" W, 1S.67 poles to a stone F corner to said Mary Butler, in the line. uf said tfatsop, S. SO 1-2" E. 52.10 poles to' the place of "beginning, contain ing five and 82-t00 acres, more or less. Also an other tract of land, marked and desicmated on said pbit as 2io.3, begitming at astone B in the line of Dwa'r.-A. DeaB.-wiiero- Warren LedbeHer : thence with said Dean's line N. 80 3-4" W. 43 poles to stone C at the and of a Hedge fence, corner to Efizabeth Butler; thence with her line S. S 1-J" W,3S.30 polos to a stone D, corner to said E. Butler; thence . 84 1-2" W. 8.90 poles to a stone " E"-iu th line of said Butler, aed eor nar to Mary Butler; thence with her line S. 17 1-2? W. 43.S7 poles lo a stake " 2 " thence S. 84 .1-4 E. 61.80 poles to a stake " 1 " in the line of Warren Ledbetter near tha end of a bridge- from which an ash 6 inches in diameter bears N. ?69 W. 53 1-2 links ; thenoe with the line of said Led better X. 7s E. 83-SO poles to the beginning; con taining twentieven and 19-106 acres, more or less. ; -HENRI' BARNES,' , ml"-ts mar3I. , ; Sheriff Greene Oounty. ... ; . . If you . wan a ' . Good Clpthes "Wringer, 0oa that will pay for itself in six mouths in Saving ....... Cl4thes,g to .... , I , .; Bigger & Fleming's Stove and Tin , Store,Petroit Street, - and get one and try it,.- If Jat satisfactory retnrn it.' mar24-tf ' at the Dld'S land of Am'os Soger's,' ,' OPPOSITE THE j COURT-HOUSE, 1 . Ttas on hand a good assortment of..,- iReady-made Clothing " " ' Which will bs sold '" ' 1 CIIEI for- CVSil. BROAD CLOTHS, : ' , -FIXE FANCY CASSIMJRES, . SA TTINETTS, JEAXS,. FANCY VESTING S, . HOSIERY, - - : . SUSPENDERS, '" ; ., : i: COLLARS,' . .. . ... v.' s NECK .TIES, . and any artiole in the line of ' . GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a nice lot of ... SPRING STYLES OF HATS, ' - .which will be sold low. , 'SrQ.Come, also, and get ANDREW IIUTCHIN SON to cut out for you a ni'-e, neat suit of good Clothing. jfE-SoIdiers will do well to patronize one of their number. mar24-3m JAMES MITCHELL. MARCH 25, 18651 A Great Slaughter. Dry. Goods Fallen ! THIEKIELD, : " xema, o. , o ,f Ihave just received uiy Spring stock at GREATLY REDUCED PRICES. DRESS GOODS, Embracing tbe new-and heantifol styles of the season. Among them may be fuuud " ? - .--: Silkt, . . Lusters, -'While Goods, Delaines, .tallies, . Embroideries. Alpacas, Bombasines, ; Ginghams, c. SHAWLS A SPLENDID LINE. TABLE LIN-EH 4 N APKIN8,GL0VES a full line, BEOWN AND BLEACHED 22cf350c. M0UBXLG GOODS, A FULL LLXE, ..TRIMMINGS,. READ. NETS, Men and Boys' Wear, TN GREAT VARIETY. ' 1 Hoop SMrtsj Bradley'3 Duplex, With other Goods make tho above a complete as sortment They will be sold at tho .lowest -Cash Prices. Come and see us. mar24 r :, : ; : A. THIEKIELD. BIGGER fc FIjT:II-GS t- , , . If the place to buy Good CooK Stores and Tin TCare. Every thing sold warranted to give satisfaction. DIAEIES for 1865. General Butler ih ;Newv Orleans, " : ,' Vj Tartoii. Muslin, ?2. LETTERS TO THE JONESES ': '. ' By' Timothy Titcomb; 1.2-3. ' M B E H- Q O D S, By Miss rrcscott; Sl.oO. ' Fr wle by : , . . ' Ilari-is fc Co. ! G, L. Paine, D. D. L., Dentist. Office en' south side Main street, over atton s Drug fctoro. Oflice hours from S A. JU. to ! M.. aud from 1 l M. to 5 P, M. iouia, Ohio. 111 ly . . ronntTy-Hfongf SPRING-DRY GOODS, &C SPRIH& GOODS, sfnce rtiS greltt fall In Gold and Cotton, EIDENO TTR & BEALL'S. PRINTS, DEL!AINES, . . FINE MOHAIR PLAIDS' BEOWN AND BLEACHED !snEETIXGS, EIBEXOl 3 '& BEAlL'S. 1 Hosieryr-Jtoes: Shoes, -Hals, i.. -1 . . .i - . . . . ..'. . ... A fine line of Cassimere and Men's Wear, . ,. . of all kinds, at 'HlDEXOUli'i BELL'S. Balmorals, Hoop Skirts, '' . 'at ' rbEXOlTR & -BEALL'S. ft .. . ; v ? " - ..... I ,:- ' - ' . : : ' .. : , ' Shawls,-Bingfjams; and Chech, HICK0HY TOY7ELLETGS, &C. n '';'' ' r AT ; '," "'; ."' RIDENO VR & BE ALL' S. CALL AND SAVE YOUR 3I0XET. marl 7 : ' ' '' ' UTEKEST E17 TO EVERY BODY ! 3IARCII 1ST, I8O0. VEST LATEST FROM EVERY POIXT ! At unusually low prices at ., - IIOOVEX & SONS. This stock of BUILDIXG, SADBLERT & CARBIAGE HARDWARE! is nnrivalled. We keep constantly on band a largo stock of. Eastern ErightTrench Head Springs, Ives celebrated: Axels, best brands of Enamel Leather, Drill & Musr lin at less tharv Cincinnati pri- ces, a large and well select ed stock of Saddlery from ' ' the best mftnufactarers", " . - Childrens Cabs and . Gigs all stjles and prices, the three ' ' best' styles of ' -: Clothes Wringers . in use, Ilayden's celebrated Patented Water Drawer, D.- Simmons' Patent Bev eled Axe, a large stock , of Wos tenholm's, Worthfield & Amer ican Pocket Cutlery, Splen did Table Cu tie ry, Roger' fcilver riated Goods, as complete a stock of : II ARDVi ARE as can be found any where. As we buy ail our Goods of tbe--5Inufncturers, and at as low prices as Wholesale Houses in Cin cinnati i we. are determined rO' sell as cheap as any house in. the eountry. . We aliray. buy the best Goods in the market, as they are- ohenper in the end, though Ihvydo cost a little more. Ca and examine the Goods and prices and eora pare with Dayton or Cincinnati. Deductions mado on bills. mar:t-aor2l-y IIOOVEX & SONS. Dr. TCCKER. DR. TUCKER lias returned from Europe, and resumed practice. Bit TUCKE& will he at Xenia' (Etving Boage) Monday, April -4th.-- He has- now visite i Xenia over six years, and will con tinue. His former fuocess is a' sufficient guaranlee for the future. DR. TL'CKEK cures all curable disenfea of the Throat, Lu:gs, and Chest; also all diseases of the Stomach, Liver, Heart, Kidney and Bowels; and all eruptive diseases of the Skin. PR. TUCKER is a regular graduate it medicine has attended tbe Colleges and Hospitals of Europe, viz: at Dublin, tding burgh, London, and Taris. Tl"se afflicted with any Chronio disent are invited to call. COXSUjYTATIOX free. ly To Consumptives! fTUE ADYKKliSEU hvin been restored to J health in a few week. by a very simple rem edy, after hsvinr suiTonxt several ynvt with a so. vere lung affeotiun, and that dread disuse, Con sumption, is anxious to make known to his fellow sufferers the moans of euro. To all who desire it, he will send a copy of the prescription used I'roo of charge, with the direc tions for preparing and using tiie same, nhi.-h they wilt gudasi'Rt: crim ran Coxsimi.tihv, Asthma, UttOKC Bins, Ac. Tho only object of the adver tiser in finding the Prescription is to benefit the afflicted, and ?pr'ad information which he con ceives to be invaluable, aud he hopes every sufferer will try his remedy, as it will cost them notuiug and may prove a blessing. Parties wishing the prescription will please id-dro.-s Kkv. EDWARD A. IV1I.;0.V, Williams burg, Kioga'onpty, ,vcw Votk. ( Ivl'.'lJUl at t is ( By inthority cf tte B-erefaryof ti'i Treasury, fto underti ed has assumed tbe Gfcneral bJsarij) tion Agency for the sale of TJoited States Treasury Notes, bearing seven and three tenths per cent, in terest, per annum, known as the SEVEN-THIRTY LOAN.' These Notes are issued ander dale of A Jns15tb, 1S61, and are payable three years from thartiios, in currency, or are convertible at the option of do holdef-intV 1 - ii "I O'I'i TJ. S. 5-20 Six per cent Cr O LD-B.EAJILN GJROOTlS These bonds ar now. worth a premium of nine, per cent., including fold interest from Nov., which makes the actual profit on the 7-30 loan, at cur rent rates, including Interest -about ten per eenj. per annnm, besides its exejimiox wstoyt Stat uin MosicirAL TitATIO.I, which JtiiM ! out, to three per cent. itoRE, according to the rate levied on other propert). -. lis interest p payable umi annually by coupons attached to eacfi notej Whfob may be cut off and sold to lay bank of banker. .Th inf treat a'mouirU t; ; O Jf ONE CENT PER DAY OX fi. $50 OTE, TWO CENTS " " " $10O'' TEN " " ' " $500 '. :o M " $1000 $V : ' " . " " " 15000- . fi Notes of all" the denominations :!t id will bo promptly furnished upon receipt ef tuhseriptionf tms is ' THE ONLY LOAN" IN M ARE3TT now offered by the Government andftlacoiidaat ly expeetsd that its superior advantages will wiika - . : , - - ' I - . I. - (J J w ' 1 - ; Great Popular Loan of the People. Less than $2'i0',000,b()0' re'mauj ' unsold," wbicbj will probably be disposed of within' the next 6(Tor 90 days, when tbe ootoe itiii andoubledly command a premium, as has uniformly been "the ease do sing the subscriptions to other Loan. a . ' In order that eitiiene of every town and rct!oo of the country may be afforded faeilitiesj'or Uiig the loan, the -Vational Banks, State Banks, and Private Bankers throughout the countrv have gen erally agreed to receive subscriptions at par.'- Sub scribers will select their own agents, in whoia tSey hare confidence, and who only are to be responsi ble for the delirory of the notes forwhioa they -oeive orders. , - ..i ,-ti i - , JAY C002CEC! SrESCRIPTIO-V AGENT, PBiLiDitrU. Subscriptions will be received by tba First Natioxal Bis, Xenia. c 2.w feb24 . : : r.' : Nathan Midaieton's Estate. . . . e "VTOTICEis hereby given that the undersign JJV ed has been appointed and qualified by the Probate Court of Greene Coumy Admin istrator of the estnte.of Nathfvtf Middteton, de ceased. All persons having 'craims against said e3late will present them for settlement. Those indebted will make immediate pavnimt ALFRED POWERS, AdiVr. febl7:3t. '' - . .- , . .., A "Watch for Five Dollars. liisVK- CHANIC Is an elegant Watch, in heavy sil ver plated double cases, fine white enamelled dial, spade hands, carved balance bridge, etc., a serviceable article, in running orde.r. apd warranted a correct time piece. Single Watch sent by mail, in elegant case, at the wholesale price five dollars, with ten red slamff. Letters should be carefully sealed aud plain ly directed. Jo discount to the trade. Watches sent by express when! deiirad; Suit tbe monev should aceompnhf all erderavfAcl drcss HIRAM L. WHITAM. Kcw Vork Crry. marl7-lm. '--: Dissolution of PartnersMii, THE partnership h retofore existing between the undersigned, in the (irocery. Provision and Queensware business," was mutually dissolved on f eb. 2nd. Those who know theuuelvca, t be in. debted to the late firm will please rail aiid settle up. The books wijl befcundwitb J. B.'CTuther, at the old stand, J. E. CARKTTHF.KS. . JAMES CARSON.--! NOTICE. vision aad- Qaaenswara.biuineuAtthcu.old stand of 6arruthers & Carson. Thankful for the liberal patronnge"he has recfirt i from this commu nity for more tLan tweire'years, he would respect fully solicit a continuance of the same. - marj-4t J. B. C ARRUTHEiS. ' - ill R. R. FIXLF.lV J. H. 31ILniK fl'CCESiOas.TO J.f.PalTO.t,,' ; ':,t ia,' - - 3iAirr sTnEET XENIA, OHIO.' T7"E have bought Mr. Patton's entire stock, T f enistiii5 of a full suptlj jut . - , Drugs, ' Medicine Jials, and Offioe Furniture iu general foe Payatciaais. . Liquors for Eledicmal Purposea. . - . . . fine Old Brandy, Copper PitUlled Ryt Wms ky, I'ort, ,.Vadi-Tia, &krrtf , Gpt . Lurrant, and the Amencm Sher-,,. . .. .ry or Rhbark- )Vine,'- -f Lead, Oil and Varnislies, Pri and 31ixed Paints, Adams' Extra Paint & Varnish Brusn- '? cs, ol ail Sizes. FRENCH & AMERICAN GLASS, from SxlO to 30x10. . ' ; n f o n n HairJresaing' Perfumery; Fancy' Soapi and Tooth aud Hair,Brnsiies..,,M-j TRUSSES. Every other Patent Ue'diciiie, That are of any value. CITABLE Y- VIQTJ5 , Viho has for many yer keen connected with this House is retained. This will give assurance to both physician and patient Tk'it all Tretcrlions will be Cbhj'Tilled j!'nIS -m V:' .'. ' ' "'.'"" " . " ' . T.7rO' Kenicmbcr, at tbe sign' of the BIQ COFtEE'POT - . i the place to buy not "CHEAP TINWARE", Lot Good Tin Ware and Stoves, heap for Ca.'u. UiUlJI l'lijuFi: ,t n rMi.vvj.' Pencil Street, ..ti. ''u'u.