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Asrlcttitaral Implements & Stoves.
AGRICULTURAL WABEKOUSL . r . . DETROIT STUEET, XKS'IA. - ' . ' EICnMOND TLOWS (.Gescine), -JlXlblOXI! & HOBERT'3 TLOW WIIITELET TLOTVS, .i t&iu:ii PLOWS, rf'ZJ '?,', CUTTING BOXES' i'-fi xCORN SHELLERS, SEED SOWERS, EVADES, FORKS, &c: .''i ' A ' AGEXTS fOft THE r , CELEBRATED WniTELEY CHAMPION SELF-RAKER,REArEr-AND MOWER. CLOVERjTI-MOTnr, HUNGARIAN . -AND ELUfi GRASS . "seeds, CONSTANTLY ON - IIAND. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE .' j. f IN QA?g PAID FOR r'rr" AXLHINI) OF FIELO AND GARDtS SEEDS, s- ALSO, DEALERS IN IRON-STOVES AND rr i :v w iz iz . ;i Jefleries & Carey-. GROCERIES AND LIQUORS! at HENRY FARREL'S, : Oppotitt the old Dqwt huilihg, Detroit ; V . ' .,' I filreeL, Xalitly 0. t Henry Farre! takes this method of informing the eitioi.of Xeoial. nd surrnun'iTn)r country, that h btK recently added' a gnsat deal to hia former - - - - large stock of mm m uqugrsi And ij now. and at all tiaies, prepared to furnish V.i tntuiittn with the best of everything ia his Mb "t buiae8, ud t the mat , KkAlsD XJ BLU FIGURE S. "ALL KINDS. OF GROCERIES, Fikh, ' ' : Sujor, T8S('i)F-.aJl.JvifiJs, Stafcli iu Large 6;:. ,! Quantity. J2aUinttJ GmiietfjSotip, Spices, &-c, &c. YJiEAI ml F LQCIi at ail timis for srle r ''Also, Buckets, Tubs Baskets. Brooms, Wash Boards, &c. . ' All kinds of r -.L I Q,U.O S ! . , .Our Stock consist of Both Foreign and Domestic, BRAJf DISS, j: '.' '- . ''. '. C - WINES, z :. - BOntBON", . 'f ' ' EYE, aud I '' '' ' l' "' ' V IRISH WHISKIES. . ..Sold at Retail or Wholesale '. .: 1 - All kinds of ' - C o xi. ii 1 1" y. I r o 1 xx c e . c: . eiohangea for Groceries or Greenbacks. ---.-".'- : nENRV FAURELL. limS, HIDES, PELTS, &c. B. BE.VNE3E It. Er.OS.MER. '. fTHlI UXDERSTGSED, having enterc' a to pwtoer hip in the butchering business, propose to carry on a ' i)aiiyrMeat Market, -, At the old etand of John Ambuhl, DETROIT STREET, XK.NIA, OHIO. y?i ire prepared to furnish, at ail hours, the best of FttESli MEATS - AT LIVING TRICES, jrh.be.t.ualityof JJEEF, ' " PORK, VEAL, Etc., Etc. Always on hand, and fcr tale at the lowest market fiure. -; ,-, . , - - B.-Fren having FAT CATTLE to dis- a WrwiH alwnyi end aal for them by culling n us. 1 '- HENNEGER & BROSMER. The Xenia Sentinel. New Series U. S. 7-30 Loan. For imtnmcd'.ate delivery ty the Second, National 2-iik cf Xenia, 0. Jxo. S. Askext, Ctthicr. Subscriptions to the U.S.7-303ZS Received at tbe First Nstio'nal Bank. Feb. 17, 1801. A. TRADER, Cathier, Musical and Scenic Entertainment. A musical and scenic entertainment, or, in ether words, "Queen Flora's Concert'' will be given at McMillan's Ilall, on Tues day evening. May 10th. It will be under the direction of Trof. W. F. Steen, and promises Tery rare attractions. It will consist of Songs, Duettes, .Trios, Choruses, etc., by Flower Girl", Faries, Nymphs, Archers, Naids, Shep herdesses, Mountain Sylph, Fairy Coodwill, Queen Flora, Maids of Honor, etc. It will nnuouowuiy w.lCr; I""'"' I" enienainiyent. i roi. oicra js uui recognized as a musician possessing great abilities. We may expecUa this Concert to hear m.ic. Meloay ana narmocy wu noi real agreeable eutcrtaiumcDt may be expect ed. Grand Concert. The Star Sisters, from New York, under the direction of their father, will give one of their popular entertainments, at McMillan's Hall, on Monday evening, May ljth. This I .troupe was in auuib tjait-ua ww ' ago. Perhaps many of our citizens remem ber the great interest and excellence of their entertainment. Our exchanges 6peak in tjje ! very highest terms of the singing of these ! celebrated Sisters. The mere announcement that they are coming is suEcient to draw a I laree audience. These who miss the enter- I tainmcnt will, doubtless, long regret it Take Notice. j Mr. T. G. ifof kins, at the corner of Church ' and Whiteman streets, in this City, is now I prepared to attend punctually to any work ! which may be entrusted ti him. Carriages, buggies and spring-wagons, will be painted j and repaired in a neat and complete style, j and all work will be done on short notice, and at the rn'ist reasonable prices. Those wanting anvlhinir done in this line will do well to call at this shop. Notice. , j I j , After July 1st, all accounts will be mrvle j out every three months, instead of every six j months, heretofore our rule; and settlement t u-i!l hp mndo hvfllifi. or nntfl of 20 days. pavable at ,he Firet N-atiotnl E,nk. " We arc compelled to shorten our time on account 01 lue casn system now universally adopted. All accouuts wiil bo ready for set- tlemeut on July 1st, as usual. j IIoovex & Sons, General Dealers in Hard-ware May 12-it. The Fruit Crop. From all our exchanges, and from all parts rtf tliA rAititr? m-a iopirt ills mnf fl lftfirinT u. . .-. j , - - - - - - - --a reports relative to this year's fruit crop. Du ring the past four weeks there has been much cold weather some severely cold, in which mittens and overcoats were ia gaol demand, But in no case has Jack Frost been allowed to place hia icy haudupon the fruit blossoms. When the air was cold, and bracing, and threatening, friendly clouds drew up and shut off the faliiug dow. . "They always came to the rescue when frost s?emed near, and thus has the fruit so far escaped. Of course there are many chances for its destruction yet. It may be destroyed, or at least injured, by drouth, by wet weather, by hail, by in- I sects, and in a thousand ways; but we can j reasonably entertain hopes that it will be j preserved through all dangers, and be a plen tiful crop, such as we have net had for many years. Benjamin Conwell. On last Saturday morning, died Ezsjauix Coxwei.l, a young man about seventeen years of age, and previous to his death a compositor in this office. Our connection with him here enabled us to form a pretty correct estimate of his character; and we have no hesitancy in saying, thai, so far as we are competent to judge from words and conduct, he was an hon est, moral youth ; and, above all, a Christian. lie was honest to the minutest scruple. If in any event he received for a week's work one cent more than was due him, that cent he was sure to return. Ia business dealings, strict, j simple honesty was his sola guide. In moral j ity he was pure. This office never heard from j his lips a single oath, cr a single immoral j word. He could not be provoked to bad lan guage, ins conversation was always cnaste, it being the outgrowth of a mind filled only I with purity. And it was plain to the glance of every one, that, underneath all his actions, J ' . . ... ran a current of pure religion a relitrion i. - o 0 muL lilugui, mill guiueu, tui. oisoiw, uu.'i sustained in every turn and vicissitude. He j ..H t,.i W,ml I acquainted with him. He was too frail for theconfiaementof aprinling-ofTice. lis might have lived longer at some more active occu- pation; and, yet, probably there is room for no regret that he i gonebecause one so frail in body, and so pure in heart, eccms not well fitted for Earth as for Heaven. The Price of Coal. Consumers in Cincinnati are purchasing coal, for delivery next Fall, at twenty-two cents a bushel. The Government has ceased making heavy purchases of the article, labor will soon be plenty on account of there being so many soldiers discharged, freight charges will bo reduced; for these, and various other reasons, we may expect that people in Xcnia will not have to pay thirty-five cents a bushel iforcoal'next winter as they did last. The 1 bottom has been knocked out of the coal mar ket, as well as out of the gold market. Let it go. And we may reasonably expect that wood will not be so high-priced in Xenia next winter as it was last. In a very Bhort time farm laborers who have served their time in the army wiil begin to return. Wages will decrease, the price per cord for chopping wood will.dccrc.3C, and of course the market price for wood in our streets will decrease. At any rate we may suppose that by next winter we can buy coal and wood at reason able prices. The Price of Coal. The President's Funeral at Springfield---A Citizen of Xenia Present. ' : I , j j TTilliam Kin Esq., of this City, w.-.s in Springfield, Illinois his farmer residence on the occasion of the Funeral Ceremonies of President Lincoln. lie gives a Tery in teresting account of whit he saw and hear I during the time be was there. Springfield in mourning from li turret to ! foundation-stone." The private as well as t-c ! public buildings were covered with the dra- pery of sorrow. Vast numbers of people ! were present, and universal sorrow was ei- ! pressed. Men and women, and even small children, wept bitterly. Aeeahas Lincoln', ; endeared to the Nation, was doubly endeared j to the friends who knew him froin youth up ; to his days of mannood. There he greT up from poverty to independence from ignor ance to education and intelligence from in significance to position and influence. There his good and noble qualities cf bead and heart were known end respected. There Le was not only recognized as the great states man, ljut was every where, and to all the r,coril rerded as a personal friend of no orJiaary worth. It is not surpriainT that Abraham Ikcolst. The people of Springfield purchased alarg-, ' this tjity.as a site for the burial of (heir dis ! tiniruished fellow-citizen. A beautiful nion- umcnt is ,0 be "t(,d- Vte print elsewhere nn extract from the el- 0qent address delivered by Bishop Simpson' on occasion, Citizen of Xenia Present. A Flood---Shawnee on a Rampage. j ! j i : . j ; j j j There was an actual, serious, overflowing flood, in this vicinity and in various paita of the country, on Thursday and Fiiday nights, last week. On Thursday night, the rain fell in torrents from early in the evening to d.lyUghu Lightning Cashed athwart the sky and thunders rolled through the Heavens. The earth was deluged in the watery element. ,:Shawn"C," our little Senia creek, grew too big for its bounds. It tried to be larger than the Mississippi or the Amazon, and came pretty near succeeding in its herculean efforts. It dashed and splur ged more wildly thau Xlagra. The storm clouds were marshaled for the fray again ou Friday night. Again the riin poured down in the most copious and long-continued tor-j rents, and "Saawuee'' got. on a "swell" "S-1"1 She beat all previous efforts. b;ie utterly eclipsed herself. Bridges, venerable j j alike for their age and strength, logs, gate i j fences, and everything else, were but straws I in her way. She laughed at all obstructions. sba was a ra"in" torrent. She sooa.onzed j jown, and now again is nothing A)ut "little j Shawnee." We have not heard of such rains i p.- unA .l..a Tl.o ..itn f.-.Tl in in-r- I ren(g T aU p...t3 of 't!l2 County. Ve learn j u, the cellars at Springvulley were all Ell- j cj t tlie brim with water, la V. arren j County the flood was as great as here. An j imuicuse number of bridges was washed j away. Let us hope that they were the " clear ! ing-up showers " of tlie season. j ! j I I A Great Variety. i ; j j About six weeks ago, wo do cot now re member the exact Uate, we-nad a smati slow er of rain. The next day there was a change in the atmosphere and we had some rain; but'duiing tlie next d':y, the wind having changed itscourso, we had a copious fall of rain. But there were no signs of drouth during the following two weeks, for it rain ed the greater part of Ihe time. All this continued until last Thursday night, when there was a very heavy fall of rain, but the wind changed its course,and on Friday night there was a perfect flood of rain. Oa Mon day nizht. oa Tuesday, on Wednesday forc- j noon, of thisj week,it rained, audas we write ! these lines it is raiuintr, raining, raining, mi continues. Uur reporter cuarges noiuing ! for his valuable observations, which, consid j ertng the Tainy state of the weather, is cheap enough. A Great Variety. Myatt Wino---A New Branch of Business. j sol j ! There is' now quite an interest felt by agri- culturists, and others,in this vicinity, in re- latiou to the new source for making wine Mjati Wine riant. During the last four weeks aa immense number of the plants have been sold in this County. The first sold here, in the early part of the season, were disposed of at the rate of thirty-flye dollars a hundred. They can now be purchased, however, at as low a rate as fifteen dollars per hundred. It is asserted that one Mtatt, in'England, ftrst cultivated this plant, which i3 a species of rhubarb. It was introduced into this coun try seven or eight years ago. It has been largely cultivated in New York for several years. Its friends claim that it is a very superior article for making wine. It is as serted that the wine possesses very rare me .tirinil nn-iti t ip Tr. li i hcen ben! in the Driifr r , ,;, ic, stores of this City for some time, and sever- . n, . . .. .x. . I nl ofour Physicians prescribe it in thetrprac- tice. The fact that so much poisonous wine I ia imn.rtpfl frnm Tl'irnnft. has led many to' 1 r' " . hope that a source for making pure wine, ol founJ ia th!g co(m. 0ns thin" at least appears to be ccr- j (hat no p;isonon8 JrlIg is uspJ in muk. , Tbc ,;c0 ;3 pressc,i fr0m the o aJJ,j nQt!lin, 1)llt wat,,r nn(I gUgar Abot t!iree thousand of tho rjantsare put upon an acre of ground. They require a rich soil. They need but little cul- ' T la .nncotilril (tifit. Iwn r lllnns L1VUIIOU. o iii.. c of wine can be made in-one year from one ot these plants. It is represented that the wine CAn be sold readily at from two to three dul lars a gallon. At any rate a very general in terest is felt in this new branch of business, and wo notice thut great numbers of farmers, and others, are engaging in it. Dr. S. D. Frost, iu Xenin, keeps ITie plants for sale. He purchases his roots of Lvluts & Lr-S, reliable dealers in New York. He ' , . , i i has made such arrancrcments as enables him , i, n to sell at greatly reduced prices. It will bo . i to the interest of nil wishing to procure roots .v. .i; l,;. All 1,;, rflt, lu m..ttv - - aro warranted genuine, which is not filing consideration. tri Normal School. The Xenia Normal School, Geo. S. Ormsby, Principal, will commence its Second Term on Monday, July weeks. 1st. It will continue four '.J 1J . H Picforirl Lifo of Abrshr Frank Leslie's I.nccli. : The most interesting paper which vre have seen for a long time is one bearir tr the above title. It gives a brief hls;e:y of the life of the lamented President from his early youth to tuo time of bis r.sassinalion. But tbe niore interesting fea:r.re is the pictures. Uepresentatious are given of Mr. Lincoln s nrst Law cL:ee, in bpringheld ; his hoisting the Stars and Stripes over Independence Hall, in Philadelphia ; his gein to the Capitol with Mr. Buchanan at his first inauguration j his private residence at Sr.rinjfield; Mrs. Lincoln and her two sor.s : the scene in tbe room where Mr. Lincoln was taien after his murder at Ford's Theater; and many others, not less intcrestesting. The paper is a val uable one to put away for reference in future years. Every one should have a copy. It is for sale at Fleming i IlEnRiTT's Book Etoie. ' . The Wet Weather. The wet weather hn seriously disarranged the plans of the farmers ia this section of the country. It is now the 12th day of May, and bat little corn is planted. The season, however, has been very favorable for wheat, - ;s c-c- Tho?e n'er loeJ' bet- ter at this time of the year. Resolutions on Death of the President. A Grand Encampment of the Odd Fellows of Ohio assembled'in Xonialast week. About eighty members were present. The follow ing resolutions, on the death of the President, were adopted : Your Special Committee, to whom was re- ferred so much of the Grand Patriarch's Re ' port a3 refcri to the deth of our lata Presi- dent, respectfully report that, in view of the circumstances of the case, we deem this ft filling occasion for an expression of our feelings and sympathies in regard to the sad calamity, therefore, Resolved, That the members of this Grand Encampment, in common with all loyal peo ple, deeply deplore the death of the late Pres ident of the Uuited States, Abraham Lincoln, stiicken down by the hand of the assassin, while in the midst of his career of usefulness, and at a time nhon he and the wholo nation were about to realize that peace to our distrac ted country, which we all so earnestly desir ed. Resolved, Vhatin the death of Abraham Lincoln our country hlost a wise statesman, the oppressed evcrvwhere a sincere friend anJ bcnonicloriKna 'tU worU at large a great an d j mlnon0 wll0 . aiJ honor to our ra, u.folVEI) T!iat P yr-patLizins with and participating in the grsat grief of the nation, ou account of the assassination of it3 late Chief Executive OHicer, yet we Jo not mourn merely because he was the head of the Gov ernment, but because ia addition thereto, he illustrate 1, ia his public and private life, those virtues and au'ections which adorn and dignify human nature, and which constitute the life of our Order, therefore, we, as Odd Tcllows, render to his memory the homage of sad and sorrowing hearts. R'jsolveii, That while remembering, that we cannot be Odd Fellows, "ki spirit and in truth," unless we are'" grateful to our Crea tor, faithful to our country, and fraternal to our fellow-man," we gladly embrace this opportunity of renewing our obligation to stand steadfastly by tlie Constitution and Vnion of these States, and of expressing the hope and belief, that while the great heart of tliej nation throbs around the bcr of Abra ham Lincoln, there arises from his opening gravcati invigorating public sentiment which cannot but greatly contribute to the mainte nance and perpetuity of the Government in whose behalf he' died. [We are request to publish the following obituary notice.] OBITUARY. r fjur ycarS) and from the peculiar form of UCP disease resulted in hopeless mental de the j rilnsement. Some three or four months ago, j glight symptoms of insanity at certain periods Mrs. Maria L. Dinsmore, wife of Mr. John Dinsmore, and eldest daughter of Samuel T. and Xancy P. Owens, died in the Asylum near Dayton, Ohio, on the morning of the 2Sth of April. Mrs. Dinsmore was born in Creenc County, Ohio, December lOtli, 1S30, and was i SI years, 4 months and nine days old. She had been ia very poor health for the last three were manifested, but not until five or six weeks since was it clearly ascertained that such was her sal condition. Hoping that chango of locality might improve her mental condition she was brought to her Fath er's in this city. However, instead of getting better she grew rapidly worse; and it was found necessary to make application for her admission into the Asylum, which was accordingly done, and on the 8th day of Ar il she was admitted to that Institution. All that is known of the partic ulars of her death is in the following extract from a letter received by her bereaved Father from the Superintendent, as follows; "Dayton", Ohio, April l?th, 13oo. j j i I j Dead. Sir : I telctrratdicd you yesterday ., ,, . :...... tl:d nn01ll ,-,, i . - , . -.- ..... . , , i . ociocKA. -U. -N 0 untercnce nau oeen unserves ia her conJition or mental sy mtoms ; she had been a little better for a day or two but had resumed her usual stale the nfternoon before. In the morning tho nurse called me a little before six o'clock. She was breathing, and that was all, and yet so easy and natural was her look that I was not certain for a very long lime that she was gone. She had no pain whatever, the heart had ceased its func tion sand life become cxlinct. I need not assure yet of my earnest sympa thy in your afiliction. ' Ricuahd Guxubt." During the continued years of Mrs. Dins more's aillictioa she su.Tercd much, but her friends indulge a well-grounded hope that all her sufferings are forever past. In her lucid intervals she frequently told her husband and sister, that shoiiKl she die in one of her insane r--yn, - ' future welfare nil was well fhe was not ; ",l"rB "-"Jr- ...... afraid to die.' Thus in tho midst of their deep (iflliclion, her husband, parents and ULlI' ".''" i ; friends have the blessed assurance, that while i i i.A rnnva r.. ; ,,.;1,( .l ' l,,ty inomii, M.r i .'....w hanpy land whero nllliclion is qever known reason never dethroned tears never shed, and ' Death shall all be done away and bodies part no more." C5 On last Saturday the morning Express did not arrive in Xenia until four o clock in tic afternoon. It ran into a land-slide. ..;Vrehive receive! a pmar.'s chart ( f . 7. . - ' 1.: . IV rt ! crs:i'.v iinr erejl'.uci.s of r:r.raaT:-a:p. To partijnlars in Tcforer.ce to the College, per- sons may aprdy to Jonx Flemino, Lso. : MARRIAGES. On the 4:h inst., by the Rev. J. Varce, Mr. DAVID IirXNICCTT, of Clinton county, to Miss MAUTIIA A.ROSS, near Jamestown, j Greene county, Ohio. On the S.l ins!., at the residence of Dr. A. j Porter, by Rev. D. Swing, assisted by Rev. J. ; T. Schouller, Mr. JAMES II. COOrER of Ce rl.irville. Greene county, to Miss MARTHA J. rORTER, of Preble county, Ohio. ' DEATHS. Marshall, aged 21 years, 10 months and 13 days, died, May 7th, at the residence of his , .,, , . father in this county, after an illness of six mnn.l.. t. i, h w ,'cor, t r, r tot r. Job n .on'., mouths, which was contracted at Johnson's Island while serving his Country as a soldier i iu guarding prisoners. J. F. S. BARBARA, the widow of Adam Ciine, ! died, after a very brief illness, at her resi- j dcDce, near Alpha, May 7, ISO j, aged GO years, j 7 months and 13 days. Mother Ciine had ! been a flower of Christ's these many years. I Now she ' sleeps in Jesus." J. F. S. I . COMMERCIAL. Xenia Market. Corrected weekly by H. Carey, Sr., at Harbine's Warehouse, corner Second and Detroit Sts. XENIA, Thursday evening, May 5, 1865. GRAIN MARKET Wheat, Cori, Buckwheat, Rye, . Oats. . Fnil Barley. Clover Seed, Timothy, White Leans, Potatoes, Flaxseed, Shorts, . Bran, $ 25 7 1 j y i 50 1 00 g no j " 00 i oil I 25 ' 15 j RETAIL MARKET. Butter, Lard, Peaches, Dried Apples, Hominy, Rice, . Flour wholesale, Flour, per barrel, Cheese, Coffee, . Sugar, 2H $5.00 jS 51 I 5 j Z- i ! Arrival and Departure of Mails. Arrivals. eastern Columbus Mail arrives . . 7.0? A Eastern C'dumbus and Way Mail arrives 4.r5 p m Western Dayton Mail. . . . ".. 11.55 am Western I Indianapolis Mail. ' . A M Northern Springfield Mail . . . 8. HO A M Northern SnringEe'.d and Yellow Snrings 1.1a P M Southern Cincinnati . . P.2". A M and 7.05 P M Southern Cincinnati and Way Mail . 11.5'J P ji Departures. Eastern rColnmbuF leaves at ti.2i A m nd 7.20 P M Eeastern' Columbus and Way Mail at 12.i5 P M Western Iavton & Indianapolis at . .7. hi AM Northern Springfield at 7.20 p Jt Northern nprinsiicld A Ycl. Springs at S.-VI A M Southern I Cincinnati! at 7.16 am ' Southern Cincinnati A Way Mail . at -M0 P M .TnniestuTn -Mail, arrives (la-.ty except juuuajj at 10.00 X ll., and leaves at i.Ou p M. ,Zif Letters should bo at tho Office one-half before the tiino of WM. LEWIS, P. M. RAILROADS AND MARKETS. Railroad Time Table. .FOR CINCINNATI : Niztt Express Columbus Accommodation. . . . Mail and Accommodation Cincinnati Express FOR COLUMBUS : Nibt ExpT"s, . 1.1 A M s.:ln 12.51 AM 4 40 p u . 1.04 am 8.-8 AM 12 05 pm 7.20 pm ; Cincinnati Express. ... . . M.-iil and Accommodation. . . . CoLuinbns Accommodation. . . FOR DAYTOX & RICHMOND: Niht Express 7.15 am Second Train 8.10 am Day Express 4.4U p a ' FOR SPRINGFIELD: First Train .1.30 A m Second Train. 7.-0 pm For Cincinnati, at 4.50 A. H., S.05 A. sr., 'i. P. m., and 6.1;) p. M. For Springfield and Sandusky, at 8.40 A. if. and S.lU p. M. Trains Arrive at Dayton From Cincinnati, at 9.50 A. M., 5. p. il., 7.45 P. M., and 12.25 A. M. j XISCELLAXEOUS. SAIIUEL ACXELSOTJ, ,hn.iici;ut and nrncon. OFFICE, IX THE ROOM OVER CITY DRUGSTORE, Xenia, O. SfTAll forms of Chronic find Locnl Bienscs precnbid for at tho office on all Jays, except Sab bath. CUOijico hoar3 from 9 to 11 in the mornin and lfutu 1 to 11 in the afternoon. unrosiiATioir feees TO NERVOl"? SirFFEREUS. A Gentleman, eurr l of Neivcii.s Uohilify, rn?om ptency, Premature ieeay, and Vuutlii'ul Error, at tainted ty a desire to benelit otiiers, will ba happy to furnish to all who need it. frea of chnrt-. Ihe recipe and directions f r makim.' the simplo reniedy used ;n his rase. Sulferers wihin to profit by the advert i.-stM's bud experience, and posies. a suro and valuable remedy, can do so by a ldresinc hiin i at once at his place of business. Tlie Recipe and j full information of vitd importance will be cherfully Bout by return mnil. Joux r. or.PEN". ! C)0 X;isf:iu Struot. New York. P. P. Nervous Hiiff.'rcrs of both sexes will find tliis infiTwaUun invaluable. deelXJm. 13 1-. TUCKEK. D.k. TLtKl.U has returned from Europe, an I resumed practice. I'll TL'CKllIl will bo nt Xenia (fining Hoil-e) Monday, April lib. He has now visite I Xenia over nix years, and will con- 1 Ilis former success is a sudieienl I guarantee for the future. lilt. Tb'CKIiK cures all curable disease I the Throat, Lun-s, and fhrst; na al; diseases of Ihe Stomach, Liver, Heart. Kidney and Dowels: and all eruptive diseases of ihe I Skin. Ml. TUCKr.U is a Tepular praduatc it medicine-has ntlcded the '"l!e;;es n 1 ll?spilals of lluropo, ut Dublin, lvling jurgn, Lfonuou, ana I ai is. TW.se ahlie,,.., wilt, any Chronic disea, aro invited lo call CDXSL'I.TATIOX fri:i:. i j I , CHARLEY V I G TJ S ; Who has fur many jvirs been eounecte.l Iv'ub ibis llmiso is retained. This will give iiisaranco to : Imih pliy.-icbiu and patient , T!;,il all IWtrriplinni will be Ciir-.-'u'Jf Tiii I 1 u ,2ln " J ' ,. t - . If you want . 5" B IT R 7-? AT .0 p.j authwity of the Secretary of the Trcaftfy. ,, , ' i,v,,vni ; ,i 1 tic Agency forth. -Jef UuiteJ States Treasury . Xctes, bearin-' seven and three tenths percent, in- : -HOVIXO; . , ry terest, per annum, knona iii the I SEVEfi-TKlRTY LCAH. These Xotcs arc issued under date of June 15.h, isfji, and are payablo three years from that time, ia currency, or are convertible at the option of the tj,., int0 . TJ. G. 5-20 Six per cent. G O LD-iJ hj All IXm (j ilUiJUb These bonds are now worth a premium which increases the actual proSt on the " JO loan, and its '. EXEMPTION FROM SlATC AND MrNICirAT. TAXATION ! I wbicu aips FnoM one, to Tim::!- rr.r; cent. jioaE. i according to the rate levied on ctherproperty. The ; ' , i interest is payable in currency serui-annually by - r ! BP to each note, which may be cut ; o!ranJ sM ,0 auJ lank or banker. I The interest amounts to OMU CENT TER DAY ON A $50 if GTE. TWO CEST3 TEX " " " tf 10J. " it a jor) a ;o " " siooo " ft a a a a jjcoj a . . i roies of a.l tho ue-noniinations nmcd will bo j promptly furnished upon receipt ef.."ub?criptio!is, j and the rotes foTwarded at once. Tho interest to 15th June next wiil be paid in advance. This is rrrrri nrf T n H T"T T-A T"--m TZiii OxTLY LOAi. HJ IiA?'l7,T now ofTered by the Government, and it is coniident- . , , , , , ly expected that its superior advantages will make it tho Great rop:;Iar Loan cf fee People, j Less than S3uO,0C0,Of)O of the Loan authorized ! by the last Congress are now on the market. This amount, at the rate at which it is bcin" absorbed wiil all be subscribed for within four months, wl. en tneootc?,v' undoubtedly command a premituu, as has unif irmly been the case on closing thosubsjrip.. tions to other Loans. In order that citizens of every town and section of the country may be afforded facilities for taking the loan, the A'ational Banks, State Banks, and Private Bankers throughout the eonntry have gon 10 craily agreed to receive subscriptions at par. Sub- scriocrs wm select tueir own aeents, in wnom tncy have confidence, and who only aro to be responsi ble f.:r the delivery of the notes for which they re ceive orders". JAY COOITEI, SUBSCRIPTIO-V At EXT, Philadelphia. Subscriptions will be received by the -Fir.STXATio.VAi Bank, Xcnia. 2nd " " 14 M3UTHE.BS CAR SO II WHOLESALE AND HETAT GROCE R B- IF YOU WANT T E ..A. S , G6.T0 CAURUTIIERS A CARSON. IF TOU WANT BPICES, CARRUTIIEES A CARSON. GO TO ALSO: atJESIfSWABE, GLASSWARE. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF bwili Lai W1 AND COAL OIL. ALL FOR SALE CHEAP iOE CASH OK COUXTHY rilODUCE. PLEASE GIVE US A CALL. K. 5. VtNT.TiY. J. M. Mlt.lH-iiV SUCCESSORS TO J. F. PATTO.V, V. 12, - - 5IA.I1V STIUl JT.T XEft.A, GIUO. TE have bought Mr. Patton's cntiro stock, ! f y eoniistin ol' a full supply of Dit HAJisss. ChRinbls. i b ' ' anil Uuieo l-urnituro iii general tor I'hvsieians. Liquors for He die in al Pui-poses. Fine Old nnuxhf, C,PP-r DhtiUl Vyt K'hh- fry, 1 art, X.m.na Sh-rnt, ;.;, LJrrciH, una in ;it:,:nrn ucr- ry or Jiftularb m LCJlv!, 0U Jli Tr"3SilCS TtT' 3Iix?cl l';:!;!!s, A(!:ir.i r.xtra ' FRENCH & AMERICAN GLASS. from ;-'Xl0 to.?0!0. ITairJressing Perfumery, Fancy Soaps anil Tootli ami Eair Eraslics. . TRUSSES. YCV V OtuCr irateilt iJCdlClllC. lliat are ot nny value. ,i r , , j Ti,.!!:,,, lOlltlll KoOtllUgh, KDWIIUM. Tin Ol ShCCt IrOH Work DonC, EOi rtrcGr.R fmimin-; pttroit street. i I j f j I j 1 i I ! ; 1 '-!-! J-JIIU.'..! .U price live .bdlar, wi'h len red stamps, betn-r slum!. I br caref.illv scaled and plain tiiiuo. ly tlirecled. No discount to the trade, Walchcs sent by expiesi when desired; but the nionev should aceoinpinv all onlers. Ad of dross 11 i It A M L. IV U1TAM, New York City. marlT-lm. TZ CHAPS' HAPS! MAPS! the new Stats of Nevada and Territo- .if Montana, cont-tiiai a copy of Ool. Truin- Lull's Si.-m-ra of the U-.-ehiratiun "f In.ii'pen Jenee, X wAAlaU biAiiib, Lutof l;,it:l"s of the Prosent War, l'opjlation of fie I'allv 1 States, iu Counti s. .ze, 4 tlj inches. uanel nn Pollers. Senton receipt of Sf 50. OX HERCATOS'S P20JECTI0X, Plinwin the revent Arctic and Antarctic Discove ries. The Port. Lints of Travel, Interior Tra diu T mviis snd ar-evirat-'iy luid do-rD. Th Map is eamveil on St.-c!, highly eiabeliiiied, and mounted in i:.c i ,'st. styie. Size, riuxil inches. Sent on receipt of S3 09'. A Iliitarlcal aai Jlilitary 3lap OF - , - . T p J J P 1L PI I I ha riprlr Cnrj XnUTpOrn T3TP? ll.o UUIUul Uli'J OuUUlOill 01QIC5 rntinlr.. on n l?r- scale, the entire territory cml raced in 1'n1 RcHcIII'n, b'catinq the Battles and S'iini::rhe-: of the War. enclosed in a neat Pocket : : t r which is n i h il, in lie. ok form, a Sketch ft' T I;u.i'!rM B.ir.lcs. SoMiers, Marines and Civi:Il.ii:a should have it. Sent on receipt of 5')c. CIL :.IAP C? OHIO AND YIRGIXIA, Aelcnowledirfd by tTicso interested in Oil Stocks j,n;i,i to h. tiie best yet p:tU;sh'-fl. Pocket form. Sent on receipt of 100. AGEtiTS WAITED I'ir 'be nlwve and many other-Pi polar Work V:G.end for a Catalog'.- with teri, to Agent.. Orders may be sent to AvrncA! ADVERTisiiia AoESl.ri 'rjroa,i,T:iJ, Xcw York. O.VVLORD WATSOX, ?rrcF.ssoTt to Phelps k Watsok, 15 Eeeircan Street, ITew.Tork, janS DIARIES EOS, 1365. JITEXILE AND GIFT BOOKS. BIBLES AND HYMNS. In Velvet ari'i cheaper bindings. PHOTOGRAPH ALBUMS.! A" rorv full assorfmpnf of the altove at dee SEWTON, IIAUKIS & C0S. DIABIE3 for 1865. Genera! Butler ia Hew Orleans, Ey Tarton.. Muslin, 2. LETTERS TO THE JONESES Ey Timothy Titcomb; $1.25. AMBSH GODS, By Miss rreseott; S1.50. For sale by Ilan-is Jc Co. jj if v; 7. yA y i -S-i Vl I IS A r.il-rl XliO PE0T03AL BALSAM or THE .i KDLIMS, S0FTE"!ri3, AND EXPEC70RATIN3 IT 19 A BA.F2 AST PLEASANT HSDTCWB T9 IXFAXTS Ar YOOa 'miJXX IT 13 A CEETAIS TLKXT.DT TOi asth;,:a, CONS'jrIPTlON, tllrl AN'D CROUP. :st and CHS.unsr bemeui fob CHllOMC COUGHS, j NIGHT SWEATS, A ' Sxf-iU? frara the Lungs. j J L V . CCLC.1, C A'L.M.-S j:jTfL. Tor Sale i.y u.i l'rii-'i-ts er.-l n;uuiactured calf Ey D2. ETI:ICLA1SD, rTN( TN:;Tl. o. Forsale by J. 3. Ilarp'ay, Uaia Street, Flemin? & Bro., Detroit Street. nolo A-FAEH FOR SALE AT A EATvGAHi! ONE of tho best Tarma ia Greene connty, con taining oJJ VP XiAJWU sitlulC(1 o 1-2 miles souih-wct of Jamestown, on a air.t State road fr-m Xenin. 9 miles eat. It U w.dl wi.tered by a branch of C -sarcreek rnnning through it, av.d also springs and WflLs. About two acres ar under cultivation, the baianc ti:,lbl'r0-u one tTTo-storv Ilrii-li, two Orchard?, a lare;e frtiroa barn, Ac: All will be seM tou'ciiwr. or in two p;irts t suit nrch;iser?. It wilt divide well into two i'':iriii!. (.'"me iiiul jeo. 1'T terms or details, ily 'Mi t'le llrcInie, or wrif t Jlar-tf. E. N E.4 jamcftown, O. A Wat'cliforFivo DoUars. THE ME CHANIC Is an elecant Waich, in heavy si! ver pl:iie'l double eases, line while enamelled dial, spa te h:iuds. carved balauee bri.lge, etc.. a serviceable article, in rnimins order, nnd warranh d a correct lime ; icce. Sinirle Watch i ;i ....... .t t)..lkAl 1 Call and Pay Up. All prrsons indebted to .lohn Fleming t Co., ZZJJuZt a wcrd to tiie ftie icu.li.i. nt. xonu. Jan. i J0U.X FLEMiyO. . 4