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jLEniCOLTURAL WAREHOUSE. rTSOIT STREET, XENIA. EICnMOXD PLOWS (Gixcisi), BAT5IOXD & ROBERT'S PLOW " - YTHITELEY PLOWS, MILLER PLOWS, CUTTING BOXES" - CORN SHELLERS, ' SEED SOWERS, enovEL8, EPA.DES,- FORKS, to. . AGENTS FOX THE t CELEBRATED WHITELEY CHAMPION SELF-RAKERjREAPEB AND MOWER. t - CLOVER, TIMOTHX, HUNGARIAN AND BLUE GRASS SEE O S, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. THE .HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH PAID FOR 'V- ALL KIND OF Ri HID GARDEN SEEDS, ALSO, DEALERS IN IRON STOVES AND TINWARE. JelTeries & Carey. GROCERIES AND LIQUORS! IIZfiRY FARREL'S, Oppotitt the old Depot building, Dervii Street, Aeaeo, 0. tTary 7arr.l Uses thii method of informing the eBtisen. of Xenia. and surrounding eaaatry. that k. bM reeently added a groat deal te bit former , iarge stuck of GEOCIEIES MO LIQUORS ! Aaa is kw, and at all times, prepared to furnish fcb cwrUmers with the beet of everything in bis Ua ausiae, and at the aoct KEASOXABLE Fff L'RES. i - ALL KINDS OF GROCERIES, Ccfot, -K"! ... ftsA, iSr, .Vwfatars, Tea. of all Kinds, Starch in Large tL'i : : Quantity. Haiti, Candies, Soap, Sp!ctt, tfe., Lc. MEAT aud LOUR at all tims for srle Also, Buckets, Tabs Baskets, Srstna, Wash Boards, &c. All kinds of LIQTJOHS! ! ' Ou Stock consists of . Both. Foreign and Domestic, SU.9DIX8, WIStS, fc - ; SOCKBON, BYE, and IKISH WHISK.IEA. Sold at Retail or WkoksaU All kidsof Country Produce. .changed for Groceries or Greenbacks. nENRY FARRELL. HEATS, HIDES, PEITS, 4c . HIHSrGER. &. BEOSMER. rpEB UNDERSIGNED, having entered la to partster feis ta th baiohering business, propose t errMa Daily Heat Market, At the old stand of John Ambuhl, UETXtOIT STBEET, . XENIA, OHIO. Ws art prepared to furnish, at all hours, the best of FRESH MEATS AT XIVING PRICES, Tk. h.H .1itv of BEEF, PORK, VEAL, Etc., Etc. Always on hand, and far sale at the lewest market figures. ICB. Tanners having FAT CATTLE to dis ss e of, will always sad a sale for them by calling en as. HEKNEGER & BRQSMER. The Xenia Sentinel. NEW SERIES U.S. 7-30 LOAH For immmediale delivery by the Second National Bank of Xenia, O. TC0. S. AXKEXT, Casbler. Subscriptions to the U. S.7-30s Received at the First National Bank. Feb. 17, 1864. A. TRADER, CatkUr. To City Subscribers. Several of our City Subscribers have not yet paid their subscription for the second year of theSistiKH.. In these eases we hate not adhered strictly to our rule of " advene payment." But the subscription year being now half gone, we think every subscriber who is in arrears will admit the justness of our call for immediate payment. We shall, therefore send around our collection agent at onee, who will give receipts for the present year. Of course no one will object lo psying his proper debt. Religious Notice. BeT. CiiS. D. Moans, from Rochester, N. T, will preach in the Baptist Churea, Sun day, May 28th. Rev. M. P. Gaddis to be in Xenia. EeT. M. P. Gaddis, of Cincinnati, will de liTer his famous Opera House Sermon, on the Assassination of President Lincoln, at McMil lan's Hall, in Xenia, on Monday evening- of next week. Doors opsn at 7 J o'clock. Tickets to be had at the Bookstores of Haaaiti Niw tos and f lmiho & Heitt. COUNTY CONVENTION. To the Union Voters of Greene County. At a meeting of State Central Committee, held in the Hall of the House of Rcpresenta tiTes at the Capital, at which were present by invitation, the officers of the State Govern ment, Union Members of Congress and of the General Assembly of he State, and many distinguished eitiiens, it was resolTed to hold a State Convention, for the nomination of candidates on the Union ticket, in Columbus, on WEDNESDAY, THE 21st DAY OF JUNE NEXT. The basis of representation in this Conven tion will be one delegate for every five hun dred votes on the home vote cast for Abraham Lincoln at the late Presidential election, and one additional delegate for any fraction f two hundred and fifty votes nd upwards, giv ing Greene County, on her home vote of 3, 438, seven delegates. The State Central Committee requests the several Counties in he State to hold their meetings for the election of delegates on 8ATTTRDA.Y, JTJ1TE 10th. In compliance with this request you are therefore invited to meet at Firemen's Hall, in the city of Xenia, at one o'clock, P. M., on Saturday the 10th day of June next, for the purpose of selecting de'egates to the State Convention, and transacting such other busi ness as may be found necessary. A. A. HIVLING, J. F. DAN'L MARTIN, R. F. HOWARD, R. S. FINLEY, E. H. MUNGER, P. HAWES, S. W. BROWN, Greene County Central Committee. Notice. After July 1st, all accounts will be made out every three months, instead of every six months, heretofore our rule ; and settlement will be made by cash, or note of 20 days, payable at the First National Bank. We are compelled to shorten our time on account of the cash system now universally adopted. All accounts will be ready for set tlement on July 1st, as usual. HOOVEN & SONS. General Dealers in Hard-ware. May 12-4U A Cotton Case. We publish to-day, by request, a communi cation from a gentleman in Xenia, who aigns himself "A Citizen." The affair referred to is termed "The Matamorcu Cotton Cate." We have seen for a length of time past, various vague reports in relation to the alledged mis conduct of somebody in this matter. The reports may be based on facts, and if to, the whole matter should be attended to by the proper authorities; or, the reports may be used for political purposes, to damage some body, or effect some end in view. What the truth U we are unable to say. Admitted to the Bar. Messrs. Johs Little and J. E. Hawks the former Mayor of Xenia were on last Satur day admitted to the Bar. They are young men of ability, and will doubtless make their mark in the legal profession. JlarProf. Steen's Concert on Tuesday even ing was well attended, and gave good satis faction. It was a juvenile performance, and was creditable to the little folks engaged. Call of the Central Committee. We publish to-day the call of the Greene County Central Committee, for a meeting at Fireman's Hall, on June 10th,' to select dele gates to the State Convention, to be held at Columbus on June 21st. It is desirable that the Union men of our County should turn out in good numbers. Let each township be well represented in the meeting. Greene County will be entitled to seven delegates ia the State Convention. These will probably be instructed to cast their vote fur Gov. B rough for another term. He has beeu a faithful officer, and will probably be nominated ; and, if so, he will be re-elected by a great majority. We learn that the machine shops of the Little Miami Railroad Company, now situa ted at Pendleton, near Cincinnati, are soon to be removed to Xenia, Ws are in possession of none of the particulars. It it reported that four hundred families will be added to our City by this arrangement. It willdoubt be a good thing for Xenia. Jewelry Shop. We have before called the attention of our readers to the fact that Mr. D. B. Tiffany, a returned Union Soldier, has opened a Jewel ry shop, in the Dean Building, on Detroit street. We only "speak by the eard" when we say that all customers may depend upon gettin gen tire satisfaction at this shop. Skill and faithfulness are requisites in a jeweler, and in this case, neither of these is lacking. Clocks and Watches are repaired on short no tice, and all work is warranted to give satis faction. A faithful soldier, who has kept "time" with the drum-beat, through long years of war, should be patronixed when he comes home and opens a shop to keep "time' with the rolling hours and days through long years of peace. t&" The District Court for this County convened on last Friday morning. Judges Smith, Winana and Meckus presided. In the case of Rebecca Galloway vs. Administiators of George Galloway, deceased, a decree was rendered ia favor of plaintiff. Anna Coiad vr John P. Coxad. Defendant ordered to give bonds to the amount of $30,000, and to pay temporary alimony in the sunVaf $1,500 one ialf in thirty days, and balance in. ninety days from the rising of the Court. A stable, belonging to Mr. Dreese, was found to be on fire on last Monday night. The fire eompaniea were quickly on the spot, and the flames were arrested before serious dam age was done. It is thought the building was fired by an incendiary. Prof. Steen's Concert was repeated on Wednesday evening, and was great improve ment over the night previous. The Hall was well filled. The 74th Regiment. Lieut. Robert Hunter, of the 74th Regiment, has sent us a copy of the Richmond Whig, of Monday, May 8lh. We clip the following from its local column : "Wallcott's Division of the 14th (Jeff. C. Davis') Corps, arrived at Manchester yester day morning at seven o'clock, btving left Morrisville jepot, near Raleigh, on Sunday noon week. The total time that the corps wss on the road was six days, averaging about thirty-one miles per day. What corps can beat this? The 20th Corps, which left Raleigh one day before, was at Appomattox river yesterday morning, and Howard's wing, which lea with the 20th Corps, was within one day's march yesterday morning. The cause of this rapid marching was a friendly eontest between the 20th aud 14th Corps for the honor of being first in this city. Davis got the road at Oxford Court House, and has kept it ever since, the gallant little Wallcott, of the 1st Division, leading at Raleigh and keeping ahead all the way in." In this connection we learn by private in telligence that the 74th was the third Regi ment to enter the City. [COMMUNICATED.] The Matamoras Cotton Case. Extract from the Ohio State Journal Pending Investigation of the Matamoras Case Columbus, in the Spring of 1868, before Brigadier-General Mason. COTTON EXCITEMENT IN COLUMBUS. " We have been charged publicly and pri vately, with either complicity in the late Cot ton Scheme, developed against the Govern ment, or branded with cowardice because we have declined to mention the affair, and some have gone so far as to insinuate that we were so stupid and stale as to know nothing of the case. All of these are false." "Jfore than three veeki ago, we happened to knov that an agtnt of Jeff. Davit had vitited this city to procure etockholdert in a bold scheme of speculating, which contemplated the comtruc tion of Cotton transportation wagon in Kea Enqland, the etlabiitlutunt of a tine of veeecu to via between Matamorat and tome neutral Jiri- tun port, ana lae esiaoiunment vr a great voc lon Merchandize butinett." "Money has always been the ruin of some men, and such inducements of gold as this agent held out were too strong for the patri otism of some of our cititens. They engaged in the enterprise, as the story goes, and have been caught. We know their names, but think it not best to brand them till the whole list can be furnished." "The public tongue has not been slow in reciting the names of gentlemen in the city supposed to be engaged in the affair. In the list we hear the names of Republicans and Democrats in about equal numbers. Time will develop the guilty, and then we can mark and expunge them. The rascality of the plans and acts charged to these men ought to make a rebel blush. Strange to say no other city in Ohio has a hand in the business. Why is it that an agent from Richmond making Beverly, Virginia, his 'turning point,' should find in Columbus alone the atmosphere that he could please to breathe? There is myste ry and guilt yet to be developed. Let the light come." Can not the Journal now, furnish the public some informatiAi, as to who, were the guilty parties in Columbus ? The testimony taken before Gen. Mason over two years ago, it is said, developed a mixed state of affairs about the Capital, implicating divers influen tial citizens in the Matamoras conspiracy case. Thf t evidence has been very singularly tuppreued. Recently the people have been loudly calling for it, in order to purge the Union Party of the men engaged in this trea sonable affair. The Cincinnati Gazette in an article of the 21st of March, 1865, ventilates the affair, and I send you herewith itt article, and call upon the Journal to inform the good people of thii Congressional District who is 'this high official? resident in Franklia Com who took stock at charged in the Gatette article. The attention of the people is now, especi ally called to all such treacherous officials, and charges from such a responsible source can no longer be whistled down or passed by in silence. Will the Journal respond to the call? The people demand an explanation, and the Government is understood to bs again on the scent of the ihoddg rascal. A. CITIZENS. An Interesting Case Re-opened-The Celebrated Matamoras Conspiracy. How Sam, Coz was elected to congress—Treachery in the Party—Union Money Used to Defeat Shellabarger—A Government Office Holder in the Arrangement—Important Developements and More Important to Come. Eds. Gazette: When the Hon. Samuel Shellabarger was defeated by Cox for Con cress, in consequence of the unprecedented ma. jority of 2,200 piled up for the latter in Frank lin countr, everybody thought that there must be something "rotten in Denmark" about the Capital of the State, reunion fur a time ivcrs tifloal that contra band cotton speculation, connected with sup posed local iuterests at Columbus, had some thing to do with it; and in the frpring of 1863 a military investigation, took place in tht city before Brigadier General Mason, in ref erence to a company gotten up for the pur pose of carrying on trade through tht port of Matamoras with the rebels in Texas. The testimony of numerous witnesses was taken proving that said Company was organ ised at the suggestion of one Cobb a Copper head lawyer, formerly resident in Columbus, who came from Richmond, Vs., with written authority from the Jeff. Davis Government for himself and those associating ia the con templated enterprise, to trade in Texas, guar anteeing protection to them in getting cotton out of the rebel lines, in consideration of the supplies they might furuish. Ou the strength o( this document, exnioitea by Cobb to sundry parties, a Company was or ganized, stock taken, and a vessel chartered and loaded in Mew York with divers articles contraband of war, bound for St. Johns, N. B., from which port the further voyage to Mata moras was to be prosecuted under the British flag. Wealthy and lnfluencial persons connected ith both political parties were seriously im plicated in this treasonable scheme. The ves sel was seized in New York. Cobb fled to Canada to escape military arrest; but finally, through heavy political pressure from promi nent characters in both parties, to save from exposure and punishment their guilty friends, the affair was hushed upon the abandonment of the enterprise, and perhaps the payment of sundry revenue Tees and rorreitures. The written testimony is said to have been sent to the New York Custom House, to be used to detain the seized vessel; but every effort to get hold of it since hat failed. Fortunately, most reliable parlies, who were present at the taking of the depositions, stand ready to prove their contents ; and most of the witnesses can be again reached to supply the lostevideuce. The Hon. S. S. Cox (perhaps as attorney) was very active in behalf of the accused par ties, going so far as to personally appeal to the editor of a neutral paper ia Columbus to discontinue his expose of the transaction, up on the plea that he was injuring fellow townsmen. Sam. Medary, who had no love for the "Little Dodger," openly charged bim last summer, in the Crisis, of thus paying back for the support the accused parties gave him in the Congressional election, which, in con nection with the well known fact, that the so called Unionists implicated in the Matamoras Company had mainly contributed to the car rying of Franklin eounty so overwhelmingly for Cox over the usual party vote, is pretty conclusive evidence of a mutual consideration. A high Federal official, resident in Columbus, still holding place, was proved in the tup pressed evidence to have taken $5,000 stock in the name of a third party in the laid Mat amoras Contraband-Shoddy Company a fact he admits, and the objects of taid associ ation were obvious to every one. Copperheads are constantly twitting the honest, tax-paying loyalists of the 7th Con gressional district with these notorious facts, and scornfully ask, "Why talk about Vallan digham, when you do not pnnish your own scoundrels, who, for the sake of coining mon ey out of the war, not only betray their own party, but would sell their country for gold ?" Heretofore the excuse offered was that the attention of the Government was absorbed with military affairs ; but now, when such "officials" are striving to be retained for a new term, the Union masses demand that in vestigation shall be had, the guilty exposed, removed and promptly punished, no matter whom it may hit. The Unionists of Clarke, Madison and Greene intend to stop in future all such trades and selling out at the Capital, and last ran elected the Hon. Samuel Shellabarger, an hon est man, to do it. Si cotton speculators and shoddyites, stand from under. GREENE [THE BANNER] COUNTY. J" There was quite a heavy frost in Ibis locality on Friday morning of last week ; but, as far as we can learn, the fruit was not se riously injured. Ba On last Monday a gentleman from Cincinnati was robbed of his pocket-book containing about fifty dollars, while taking lunch at the Depot Restaurant in this city. 8- The "Star Sisters" sang at McMillan's Hall, on Monday night, to a small but appre ciative audience. The tinginc was of the very highest order. ggg-On Wednesday there was another show er of rain, which again checked farming operations. DEATHS. JOSHUA GRANVILLE STULL, of Greene county, died in Hospital at New York, May 3d, 1865, aged 18 years, 8 months and 11 days. He wat a member of Company E., 74th Reg., O. V. I. He was buried in Beaver Cemetery on the 10th inst He served his Country well for more than a year, then laid his life upon J. F. S. COMMERCIAL. Xenia Market. Corrected weekly by H. Carey, Sr., at Harbine's Warehouse, corner Second and Detroit Sts. XENIA, Thursday evening May 19, 1865. GRAIN MARKET. Wheat, Cora Buckwheat, . Rye, I Oats, 50 Fall Barley : 1 Clover Seed, . . . 00 Timothy, "0 White Beans, 2 00 Potatoes, I 0 Flaxseed, . .... 1 Shorts, 1 RETAIL MARKET. -ty, 1 Ld Peaches, . . " " Dried Apples, . Hominy Rice 20 Flour wholesale, 8-0 Flour, per barrel, .... 8 Cheese, Coflc Sugar, , ' (a Arrival and Departure of Mails. Arrivals. Eastern Columbus Mail arrives . . 7.08 A Eastern Columbus and Way Mail r Wostern Dayton Mall. . . . " . 11.55 am Western lndianapolij Mail. " . 8.00 A Northern SprinRtield Mail . . " . .0 A Northern Springfield and Yellow Springs4.1 5 r Southern Cincinnati . . 8.23 A w and T.05 r Southorn Cincinnati and Way Mail . 11.59 m Departure. Eastern Colnmbu? leaves at 8.28 A nd 7.2(1 r Eeastern Columbus and Way Mail at 13,05 r Western Dayton A Indianapolis at , 7.18am Northern Springfield at 7.20 r Northern Springfield A YeL Springs at 8.30 a Southern Cincinnati at 7.1 A Southern Cincinnati A Way Mail . at 4.40 r Jameatown Mail, arrives daily exoept Sunday at 10.00 a m., and leaves At2.0O t M.. pff I.ettrrs nhould be at the Office one-half hour bef jro the tiujo of drarfore. WM. LEWIS P. M. 00 35 5 " Ijj jj m H u a H a M m M m JAMES MITCHEL, at the Old Stand of Amos Rogers, OPPOSITE THE COURT-HOUSE, Has on hand a good assortment of Ready-made Clothing Which will be sold CHEAP for CASH. BROAD CLOTHS, FIXE FAXCY CASSIMERES, SATTIXETTS,JEAXS, FAXCY VESTIXGS, HOSIERY, SL'SPEXDERS, COLLARS, XEGK TIES, and any article in the line of GENTS FURNISHING GOODS. Also, a nice lot of SPUING SYLES OF HATS, which will be sold low. "irB.Come. also, and eet ANDREW HUTCHIN SON to cutout for you a nice, neat suit of good Clothing. SJ-doldiers will do well to patronize one of their number. mar21-3m JAMES MITCUGLL. DRESS LlAKirJG. MISS A. J. CRAWFORD IS prepared to show the new Spring Styles of Bonnets and Dress Patterns to all bcr friends and the public. Sho has employed an ex perienced Milliner, from ihe east, who is well qual ified to satisfy all who are wishing Bonnets made or Trimmed. The Dress and Cloak Making Department, as usual, it under iiss Crawford's own direction. i. Agency here of the Parker Sewing Machine, which is the best now used for Sowing and Era broidery. apr7-lm H. M. COOPER, M. D., VtUttic Parian ana urrjf oa, OPPOSITE EWING HOUSE, Slain Street, Xenia, Olilo. 3ft.0rricE Hocrs, from 8 to 10 A. M. and from 3 to i P. M. apl4-3m Extraordinary Announcement! Purchasers can avail themselves of the LAST HEAVY DECLINE Iff PEI0ES. rlERRICMTcLURE & CO., would announce to the publie that having made their purchases since the latest decline in prices, they will be prepaped to offer ztsriEZKT week: A Large and Splendid Stock of Dry Groods, DRESS GOODS & CARPETS AT STILL JUBTHEB EEDTJCTIOIf. We are enabled to do this from the fact that we purchased our stock during the latest severe panic, at from 20 to 30 per cent lens than others bought theirs; who made earlier purchases. We offer PRINTS, PAST COLORS, -18c. MUSLINS, - - - 25c. MUSLIN DELAINS, - 30c. in new and beautiful styles. .A. LPACCAS in new and choice colors at 7oc, H7c, and Sl.OO; worth two weeks siuee, l.OO, 1.25, 1.CO. Choice New Style Dress Goods At Similar Reductions, Purchasers will obtain some idea of the GREAT IDECXjIITE that has taken place during the last fortnight, by examining our Stock. N0W IS THE TIME TOR BARGAINS MERRICK, McCLTJRE St CO. mar 31 to Main street, Xenia, O. NEW SPRING DRY GOODS, &C, SPRING GOODS, Bought since the great fall in Gold and Cotton, at RIDENOUR & BEALL'S. Hosiery, Gloves, Shoes, Hats, A fine line of Cassimere. and Men's Wear, of all kinds, at RIDENOUR & BEALL'S. PRINTS, DELAINES, FINE MOHAIR PLAIDS, BROWN AND BLEACHED SHEETINGS, AT RIDENOUR & BEAU'S. Balmorals, Hoop Skirts BONNETS, AT ETJDENOTJR & BEALL'S. Shawls, Ginghams and Checks, HICKORY TOWELLINGS, &C. AT R1DEXOUR I! FALL'S. CALL AND SAVE YOIR MONET. ajar!? CARUTHE.RS & CARSON WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS IF YOU WANT T GOTO IF YOU WANT CARRUTHERS A CARSON. GO TO CARRUTHERS A CARSON. ALSO: QUEENSWARE, GLASSWARE. A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF GOAL OIL LAL1PS, AND COAL OIL. ALL FOR SALE CIltfAP FOR CASH OR COUNTRY PRODUCE. PLEASE GIVE US A CALL. K. S. FINLEY. J. M. MILBUKX tlCCESSOES TO i. t. PATTOX, 0. 13, - - MAIN STREET XENIA, OHIO. WE have bought Mr. Patton's entire stock, consisting of a full supply of Drugs, Medicines, Chemicals, and Office Furniture iu general for Physicians. Liquors for Medicinal Purposes. Fine Old Brandy, Copper Distilled Eye Whit key, Fort, Maderia, Sherry, Grape, Currant, and the American Sher ry or Rhubarb Wine. Lead, 011 and Tarnishes, Dry and Mixed Paints, Adams' Extra Paint & Varnish Brush es, ol all Sizes. FRENCH & AMERICAN GLASS, from 8x10 to 30x40. Hairdressing Perfumery, Fancy Soaps and Tooth and Hair Erushes. TBTJSSBS. Every other Patent Medicine, That are of any value. CHARLEY VIGUS, Who has for many years been connected with this Hoose is retained. This will ive assurance to both physician and paiient That all Frescriptions will be Carefully Filled janl3-2m If you want Spoviting-s, Xtoofling's, REPAIRING Tin or Sheet Iron "Work Done, goto BIGGER & FLEMING'S, DETROIT STREET. A. SURE CURE. PILBS. A Certain Remedy. EVERYBODY is being cured of this distressing disease bv the use of Dr. Strickland's Pile Remedy. Read what a sufferer says : Mr. J. P Hazarde, 164 Second street, Cincinnati, Ohio, says he has been a dreadful sufferer with Piles for a long time, and has tried nearly everything, and could obtain no relief. He used about one fourth of a pot of Dr. Strickland's Pile Ointment, and it made a complete cure. Ho advises every one who is suffering to try it. Sold by all Drugi?'"1. 5 cents per pot Manu factured at No. 6 East Fourth street, Cincinnati, O. Ask for Strickland's Pile Remedy no!2-ly Dissolution of Partnership. THE partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, in the Grocery, Provision and Queenswara business, was mutually dissolved oo Feb. 2nd, Those who know themselves to be in debted to the late firm will please call aud settle up. The books will be found with J. B. t'arruthers, at the old stand, J. B. CARRUTHERS. JAMES CARSON. NOTICE. rrHE undersicued will continue the Groeey, Pro. JL vision and Queensware business, at the old stand of CUrruthert A Carson. Thankful for the liberal patronage he has received from this commu nity for more than twelve years, he wouid respect fully solicit a continuance oi tne same. piar3-4t J. 11. OARRl'THERS. Remember, at the sign of the BIG- COFFES POT is the place to buy not "CHEAP TINWARE", but Good Tin Ware ana Stoves, Cheap for Cash. mar24 BIGGER A FLEMING, Detroit Street, Xenia, Ohio. Out of Prison. I u iDown in Tennessee. noch arden. bryant's thirty poems. Lincoln's Administration. FOR BALE BY Newton, Harris & Co. , dc-.3-tf ry the of A MAPS! MAPS! MAPS I csnsus LIAP OP THE UNITED STATE3, SHOWING th new Stat of Nevada and Territo oi iuoaiana, containing a copy of CoL Trasa bull's Signers cf the Declaration of Indepeadeae. List of Eattles of the Present War, Population of United States, in Coantiea. Sue, 44x45 inches. Uoanted ea Rollers. Seat m receipt of $f jo. Map of tho World ox MERCATOR'S PROJECTION, Showing the recent Arctic and Antarctic IKscot ries. The Ports, Lines of Travel, Interior Tra ding Tuwns and Posts accurately laid dowa. Tae Map is engraved on Steel, highly embellished, aa mounted iu fhe best style. Sixe, 38x44 inches. Sent on receipt of $3 0. A Historical and JUIItarj JJaj OF The Border and Soiiern S!a!es, Containing, on a large scale, the entire territory embraced in the Rebellion, locating; the Battles and Skirmishes of the War, enclosed in a neat Pocket ease ; to which is added, in Book form, a Sketch To Hundred Battles. Soldiers, Marines and Civillians should have it. Sent on receipt of 50c OIL MAP OF OHIO AND YIESKIA, Acknowledged by those interested in OU Stockt and Lands to be the best yet published. Pocket form. Sent on receipt of J t. AGENTS WANTED For the above and many other Popular Workt iTSSond fur a Catalogue, with terms to Agents. Orders may be sent to AuriticA Aoraartima Acsxcr, 3&V Broadway, New York. GAYLORD WATSOX, SlXCKSSOR TO PlELFS WiTSOB, 16 Beekman Street, 2Tew York. jan6 DIARIES FOR 18S5. JIYEXILE AXD GIFT BOOKS. BIBLES AND HYMNS.- In Velvet and cheaper bindings. PHOTOGRAPH ALSTJUS. Writing Dcslxs. very full assortment of the above at dec2J NEWTON, HARRIS A CO'S. DIARIES for 1865. General Boiler in Rev Orleans, By Parton. Muslin, S2. LETTERS TO THE JONESES By Timothy Titoomb; $1.25. AMBER GODS, By Miss Prescott; $1.50. For tale by Harris &. Co. ; - IWKM1 .JMHIBgl. ster THIS IS A RICH AtiD PECTORAL BALSAM or TBS SIOST HEALING, SOFTENING, AND EXPECTORATWa QtTAIJTIBS. rr n a auw ass nisaurr wxsiem m ISFAXTS AXD YOCSO CHIUKZ3r, rr is a cxarsiv antror roa . ASTHMA, CONSUMPTION, H00PIN3 COUGH AND CROUP. IT IS TBI BIST AMD CHIArUT SHCXDT FOB COUGHS, CHRONIC COUGHS, COLDS, SORE THROATS, NIGHT SWEATS, 4 Bleeding from th Isaf. SO CBNTS PKU. BOTTLE. For Sale by all Druggists, and manu&ctured only Ey SB. STHICKLA-SD, CI5C1NR&T1, O. Portals by J. B, .Murphy, Main Street, Fleming & BrQ l)etreit Street, nolo A FARM FOR SALE AT A BABGAIN! ONE of the best Farms in Greene coanty, con taining 350 ACHES OF LATH) situated 2 1-1 miles south-west of Jamsstowa, oa a diroct gtate road from Xenia, V miles ease It it well watered by a branch of Gdsarsereck running through it, and also springs and wells. A boat tw hundred acres are under eultiratioa, th balance well timbered. TWO DWELLINGS, on two.story Brick, two Orchards, a larg fraata Barn, Ac: All will be sold together, or In tw parte, to suit purchasers. It will divide well iatu two Farms. Come and tee. For terms or details, aj. ply oa the premises, oi write to Mar-tf. E. NEAL, Jamestown, O. A "Watch for Five Dollars. THR me 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 order, and warranted a correct time piece. Single Watch sent by mail, in elegant ease, at the wholesale prioe five dollars, with ten red stamps. Lettort should be carefully sealed and plain ly directed. No discount to the trade. Watches sent by express when desired; but the monev should accompany all orders. AW dress HIRAM L. WIIITAM, New York City. marl7-lui. Call and Fay Up. All persons indebted to John Fleming A C... will eonfer a favur by settliu up on sight. Some accounts bav boon staii'ling tuo long already, and wcrd to the i i.-tuffieicnt. J'JUN FLEMiyS: Xeuia. Jau. 1 j, I5M.-tf