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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 25 August 1863

v. wm 7 i i hi VI J o VOLUME I. XENIA, TUESDAY MORNING, AUGUST 25, 1863. NUMBER 1. Original. THE WAY TO CHURCH. BY FORM S. POWERS. t Ottt tit adds 5Dd TalrSes peea, T!,MriMte woods (ad over the tCs, TTcSer .fie tire and thiooeh tne lanes, O'er te mnilc niarmn'lBg rills, T-! ber oa hex wjy to tbe cburcb, - Tr.pi Biiicea lovely and f'.ir, Su.pt ie bow by the sueea. let's tide, (ialirK'Lg Sowars Blooming there. fisted the wood sad into the leli. Pasted tba Jeld lad tnto be wood, Biowly turning the winding war. LttiKj in a taoaehllai mood, ew In Tily apd by the tresis Tbt w sweetly ripples along, Bilging to birds ltd waring we Her early Bibbath morning sg. A bright-eyed yostn is tbepberd's drees I turning low th winding way ; .low stop to bt!l the echoes clear. Aa tbey L.U torn tb nvadea's lay. 1 be la; if o'er, tie maiden aow It g,zlr g la tbe silver stream, Wblk: ardently tbe shepherd's boy la vliltirlsg to atr love's yonrg dieatn. Tbe noona j'e eun baa pueed and gone Dawn tte bor!z?n...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 25 August 1863

TUB XEUA EML r FCBUSUED BY THE SENTINEL COMPANY, It Ko. It lor eTAJu) Maiv ribt. XENIA, OHIO: TIESD4V, AIGINT 83, ISC3. UNION STATE TICKET. FOB OnTCKVOX. JOH5 BkuUuH, o.' Cayabnga. ru LlIXTFKlKT-eoVCRB'OB, x CaAKLii A-SIjivrtbOX, ot atosigoaierr. roil acmtob, JAHE3 H. iOiA2i, tl Mark. fob TBZAsrnni O. VOLKKY liOfcSiif, of MUL for jt'dcs m trottKi. oorp.T. HOCKINQ H. HUNrfiii. of Fairaela, TOU KUBD PUBLIC imiL J. M. BA Kilt EE. Q( iiitiiuiL fob tdob cf tie BaSiTlloB eospoBsd of Clin ton, lire. Wrr aad CHrks Cooattea, . eMiiti, ol vtairen. ran (bkatob of tke Fkftk IUatrttt, T u I tora JtUN f. PAT FOX, ot ( GREEN COUNTY UNION TICKET. KlFRBlW DB C r .ATtVB. C8K, J- SPAHH. y t COW01 TLKH, OHN OKtt,JB. TBBAStTKKB, . BICBAKD GAIXOWAY. PROBir XT7TK1B, T. MAUSHAIA. COWWI?aln!rEB, A. II. BAUUdMAN. lKriBBlKT DrBSOTOB, i. C. MrkULLAN. GREEN COUNTY UNION TICKET. To Our Boys in the Field. Army iettera of general interest will always find a place in our columns. Communications. We will be glad to ...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 25 August 1863

City News. Railroad Time Table. CINCINNATI TRAINS. fcvireM.viiC..II.AT E. 1 Ta a C.i.c.n.ti biprews ' ' Mail on. I Aciainoda'IrJl . J 1 " Act-' ii -wiodaium 7 " 1" S is a IMm T.i X r h 7 6SA M COLUMBUS TRAINS. - aKRrvR ' Nirbt Erpre... Tl C' H. A D. R Js s m riuciBu Kxyt..-. I'JiCI! - Vl tl and Acomudltn H r m Uiahui AccoBDmodali HI 7 a M 1 4 M k. a a a l II r M 7 16 r DAYTON TRAINS. i. . (M Svpre- I a; a t.. Keconrf i o '5 .2 Si ifiij DV Ell!" ' A iMMifrf irta wi-rlve Irom Klctiaio&d, Yl a6 Weel-i . at WB f- - SPRINGFIELD TRAINS. AlllilVZ. DCPABT Fir Train ! Mow Ti " TRAINS LEAVE DAYTON. For Cincinnati, al 3u, 7.i5 m, 4.00 p m B Forpntigfleld and Sisdukr. at 8.40 a d and 8.10 TRAINS ARRIVE AT DAYTON. Trem Cincinnati, at 8 a) a m. (Up m, 8.03 p m. snd li.4fl a m. at 1.83 in. and 4 P . TRAINS LEAVE SPRINGFIELD. -,3akr. vi s. D. S. kzilroaa a m. ti.I! 4y n m. u. vi. 8. I). 0. R- i IS P . P - County Fair. iweniv-fourrh Annual Fair of my ACTtcultural Society, will be held at .enia",...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 25 August 1863

THE XENIA SENTINEL. Original. TO BROTHER, 75th Regiment, O. V. I. BY HENRY CLIFTON. Brother, iiiml, I am wlibibee, Ob thy marches song and drear, 4 ad wbstrver fate beti J tbee, . Think I O, think that I am near. For I love thee, darling brother. With i (if ter's boly lore; Now we're parted from each otbsr, LlU Will DtTef put SDOV. B other, life Lub Biaoy cbtt jsa, bid. Slid ofuti Lard to bsar, Iii the i-i Id n.uxh sorrow raises. And e each must hive ft line. Or c m joy thoa eoald'rt not meiaste, Life hid fajanj ctmsns for ne, Ent cot I see the darker plcrere. Which t tfcTer dreamed I'd see. lis j'et ihou never know th sorrow, Kever.feet Ibe panga I've borne, lly awrct hoje beam on each morrow, Asd Icon it er cave can to mown. Know, then, brother, I am with tie, la the battle' dreadful strife, Jud to tare thee I would gladly, Willingly, jlold np my life. 7ben the laat dread batt e'a ended, And osr glorious cmre 1 won. To iLe dear borne ihoa'at defended Hasten, lor thy work 1 done. J...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 1 September 1863

if.:l. VOLUME I. XEtIA, TUESDAY MOJRNING, SEPTEMBER 1, 1863. NUMBER 2. AY '!! . 1 li -i M , i X I , l 1 SEPARATION. BY IRENE CLIFTON. i ' ..low-oulatarrow'iSark ad ? oomy hoar, YWhew thow we lazg k re cluDg to My that wurd J ; W,m epntln Im i kn eac-denir power, J ' d all tne Joja hr t Bed tnit once we knew; We htl aicmc la tfc'i aide world or sorrow, j V, e mrei to w Any proud acd old indifferent ; . hert, V'r ferr terpi' swats n os the mnrrow, I . ud ai! or hope and joj ana happiness depart, i .v ... . , , . i ' tlifo'tboBgtat I metlmf cherish, "'""f lD" ioeiLcy ee. wi.it i riUg Tf. I car. leaTt mj btltnea. Borrows pcrUu, Aad I as me aa.org tbe chorea bleat; -f ben Ut ne fl tint Jea It tntllciett. That hr bit Mtt'e acd my greater griefs wiUthare. I.' bin feet I prove a wiling tnpplitnt, The glaifoae Sivlor will regard mj prayer. , Through Mists. BY JENNIE CAULFIELD. CHAPTER III. DRIFTING AWAY. I hap been in the school some -five weeks. As mv mother had said, a zealous in dustry ad...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 1 September 1863

i pi smiji. PUBLISHED BT THE SENTINEL COMPANY, At So. 13 t"F stairs) Maix trxtt. XENIA, OHIO: UNION STATE TICKET. PGR GOVERNOR JOH EHUU H 01 t'oy.hrtga. FnR LirrTEVAST-COTTRlsOR. CHARLES aXPE'smiS of Montgomery. Tort niToa. JAMES II G DAN of Mar on. TOR THEAfUTEK G VOLSKY DO-8Y of V'urnL TOR JUDGE or STPBHST. COCKT. nocriixi. a arx sk of tMrdeid. ron EnARTi or PfBLie works. J. Jtt. BARRERS vf u;gh.nd. ros jrrDGi rf lb Sc'-iflivitfcm compos -1 of Clia ton. 7repn. W-rrrn r'l Clarke Counties. GEORGE J SMI-H. of Wurni ros ssyATnn oi tr Firm BiHrtct, competed o' G-ene, C-'oton -nd Fayette, JOIIS F. PA1T0S, ol Greene. GREENE COUNTY UNION TICKET. EETTl&SE-iTATlVL. DB C H. PPAFIi?. cxtEX or couvon pleas, JO X OhR JE. 7BEACKt EirriAKD Gai.LOXAY. probat ;awi, T AtstlALL. COXMIESITSTB. A. H riCG-iwAW. I.vnr.XART DIRECTOR, J. C. VcMILLAN. The So-called Mass Meeting. In another column, clipped from the Torch light, is the official report of the late meeting! ct Fireman's Ecil. We insert it f...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 1 September 1863

City News. On a Tare. A pious and petulant man was Uncle TojfT Stiles. A peculiar one was his neighbor Caak ub Cajitoeli. The excitable owner of a little dog, was their intermediate neighbor. Jne Sbobt judce. Uncle Toitsrf a geese ere killed, as he Mid, by his own dog and a "whifiet." He had killed his dog, and vowed vengeance on the whiffet, if be could find him. Chablie declared the"whifiet" was Jim Shoeieidue's. Jim be came furious, and defended the character of his dog. Uncle Tommy started forthwith on his "errant of death," but soon his piety got the start of his petulance, and he in(juireJ if Cliarliej really saw Jim's dog killing his geese. "Xo,"j m.tA n. -li v.t the irmund is all torn ud from ! here to Jim's, as if a whiffet had passed down, after dying something big." The ground was torn up along Green street, on Saturday week, and it was feared a whiffet had been killing the geese arrested under the late ordinance; but it waa ascertained the geese were gate, and that a "wi...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 1 September 1863

THE XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. CINCINNATI TRAINS. abrtvk. kpakt. V!jrM EirrpTliCn.4B.E. 1 Se a a Sis am C. ICIM.U Eipi 1?'" Kail ani AccxtDoiaiu-n 1 ' r " ' W CoiOaiiias Aixjroni't'it'n 7 OS P K I.Si a a COLUMBUS TRAINS. ABUTS. SIT AST Niebti:iprei,TliCLD.E.Si. a it 1 a 'inciLii.ti Exprwn 1 ( t P . A M Mm! atd Aecommoditfnn 6rt P 1.11 p Acwb" wioi 7.4U AX 716 P II DAYTON TRAINS. arrive, depart S rtt Ettiitm .' 11 A K . A aecfl0 Tro - It 64 PM 7 43am D. v Extrert 7-tu P M 1.15 P M A puxtfr-r itttn arrive irom mcumouo, via and Wprtni k. at .15 m. SPRINGFIELD TRAINS. A Flrtt TrfD 7-S a m 9.23 a m Stcrrd Tiio t.W) P M 7.10 P TRAINS LEAVE DAYTON. For Clnciavnati, at. aj a m, l.bi a m, 4.0O p m and For SuiiLgBeldADd Sandusky, tt 8.40 A mud 8.10 p TO. TRAINS ARRIVE AT DAYTON. From Cincinnati, ai s ju am, fi OU p m, 8.C3 p D, aDd IS. 40 - ro TRAINS LEAVE SPRINGFIELD. Fo' S B'n-ki. i s. I). . li.iuawl at 8.55 am. . 3i p ixj. 11.40 n m. For D yion, via S.il.lC E.. .1B p m. 1.45 p B....

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 8 September 1863

nr a 7 - i S iv- VOLUME I. XENIA TUESDAY MORNIiYG, SEPTEMBER 8, 1863. NUMBER 3, n, ' ! P A SLAVE MART. A SLAVE MART. Written on the Way to Mexico, 1846. BY AUSTIN T. PARLE. Lol arre't th 61ve Matt, war ar bought end old ... And I blwld tbejnlng ht to-dt T loaix clitlaren from ihelr nether' sraie for gold; And wive frot vbcii hmbina torn away; And tmbiudi who cn only vcugeince pra. Eo long. 0, Got t shall mD on bus tha- tramp? Dow locg btfore tty vengeance stall repay , With blood, the blood with which U ground ii ean.p. And an tbe proud oppressor's heed Ibj vengeance lump. Ifol lo.-g. Eves ton tbe cures It sees era felt, Proud and haogbiv, inroleit and hue. In Borne no pettier tjrattl ever dwelt. Or coo'd fcota direful Nero lineage tract. Then tbte who U :d 12 o'er t5U hkplew rce; And, laediBK that o'er tbeee. woald.loid e'er "! And In we Uifal pride of power and pUce, Drive buuib!e aorta ti rtilte 10 tie wall. Not heed Ueir eocUi fairlc totter to tu fill. . . . Through Mists. BY JE...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 8 September 1863

; . l PCBUSHED BY THE SENTINEL COMPANY, . .. At So: 13 tr rtATiM. Mm tTKBBT. XENIA, OHIO: UNION STATE TICKET. mn oovcbwob. J05T BKOU'iH. of Oavabors. me, usvTtKArr-ooTiMioii. ' CHA&LES AiUtitsuS. of Uo&igomtrv. FOR AUDITOR, : JAKES H iiODStAS. of VUrion. O. VCLKEY DOKSBV. of aftamL roB juds or HFeio coirsT, ' EOt KING a. HCKI KK of tf.tifceli. ros board or muc wows, J. M. UAKREiiE. of Highland. rem jcMl of tie Sobdreieloti compotei of Clin ion. Orm. Vttttn mo. Clarke Counties. GBuKGE J. 6MUH. of Wukil . tob RSATOB of t Ci'f", competed of . fcrrn,('llnlo9 d Fsyeli. JOES J. FAI T JSf, ot ttreto. UNION STATE TICKET. GREENE COUNTY UNION TICKET. . uraninti"- DE i'. U. 6PABB. CXIRK OT C0MO VLXMM, JOaTI OKR. JE. ' IKilC. EICHAKU OALLOWAT. PIUBATI JVDOE, , T. MARSHALL. , . A. U. BACudMAH. IKVIEMAHT IKRBCTOB, J. C. MtJULLAS. The Xenia Sentinel Established. It givei us pleasure to announce that arrange ments liave been made for a continuance of The Sentinel on a permanent basis. Press...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 8 September 1863

City News. At interesting letter will be louod ob the fsnirSh fnr-.'rritun bv S. J. L. Whitman. It rhovld have been signed S. J. L. W. "Jerry in the 3d XeVr York Cavalry, and well known in this ccunty. He is a soldier. Xotice Tiie members of the Committee of Tangeoicnts of the Mass Meeting at James- - n, will meet on Saturday, September 12th. 4 exp-icted that all the members of the com ee will be present.. , The Schools of Xenia. " Tun Xixia Tevaix Coixegs. PnrF. Surra, rtixciPAL, commenced it winter session the first of last weefc, with a full corps of professors and teachers, anJ a large number of student, uutier very favorable au liees. We understand that a lew more students may yet be taken, and that they mav enter the college at any time during the session, and only pay from the time at which they enter; the term being as here tofore. The friends and patrons of thia institu tion may well be proud of it, as it is worthy of tlitir patronage and support. The Cxiox Femali Semixaet,...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 8 September 1863

THE XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. CINCINNATI TRAINS. KM Exoreiia. vis C.H.4D.R.1 CaclEB.U a-sortM.... .Ha k atl tod Ac-cmoiuics...... J.fft r M 104 r a IS) A M -Axtrmritioa 7C3 r x COLUMBUS TRAINS. 1.44 A M . a k 1 11 r a tKr aatcivb. yVMIrprf.TlCH.O.RJS.ii a a f"i(.ClliBaU i.XDT 1 t't a Mail 7d Aecommodiliin 6 to r X roots at iob : 7 DAYTON TRAINS. J- A It 7 45 A M S'fM Irprrei .....,.. VJW a a fcecocd Tra-n li 56 r K DjT Exorena T.( at 1.15 r a A puMvr trata ajrriviM from Hic&moAd, via Dai lea Alia VYoiern t .:(. m. SPRINGFIELD TRAINS. AKK1TT. DCTAKT first Trta 7.43 AM 5 a a fecest TiaIb . t.GO x Ml) v a TRAINS LEAVE DAYTON. tct CioctiuiAtl, At 1 3k n, la n, 4.0C p n sua Tot S-maeleld And SancsakT, tt 8.40 amandSJO TRAINS ARRIVE AT DAYTON. Treat C'!dc.i.il, u b 30 a m, t.tO p m, 8.C3 p D. And 13.40 a m. Tron boriiiril?'-! At Y.&Vmm. ftTtdSA-ln m. - TAA1NS LEAVE SPRIXeftELD. -'- -l For Ssst? ok?. id s. I). . aUurea U 8.5i a m. . i p m, 11.40 B m. , ForDroa. n. H. D. ...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 15 December 1863

"1 Ti 1 TT 7 H A u Ai A XENIA, TUESDxVY, DECEMBER 15, 18C3. No. 4, Vol.. 1. r XENIA ciTTiiTnniriTT?i Kni EVCKT ICHKAT MOBSOC T Setli T Brown, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Tims: TWO DOLLARS per year, is advance. Orrice: Barr Building, opposite the Court Home, Main street, Xenia, Ohio. Rates of Advertising: Dne squire, one insertion a i month . t u u Jemr . One-foarth column one year - half " " " 50 $1 !S . CO . $25 80 . a oo u u u u 80 00 Adrertisementr of a transit-it character, must be paid for in advance. Notices of Marriages and Deaths, free. Notices in the Local Department ten cents per line. Business Cards, five dollars per year. News from the War. BY. J. H. ELLIOT. 1 The long golden day is now fading at last The red son has sunk 'hind the hills in the west, " Already the twilight its shadows has cast Bound the sung little farm-house of good farmer Best; And outside the door in their quaint old arm-chairs, He with redolent pipe, with ber knitting work she, Sit the farmer and wife, th...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 15 December 1863

"v SEXTIxSELi """" SETII W. BROWN, Editor. Office, on Main trtct, opp. Court House, rCvvcsAv "Occcwcv Vo. E.wnEn of promise, by freemen unfurled ! beacon of hope to. wailing world ! Pbinmg above u tue ftarry turong, I rill IU Uic mm i; o Cloud. tb,t .hall roll from their learn, of light, Till the whole round dome U blue and bright. " If any man attempti to haul down the Ameri an Flag, .boot bim on the poL" JoB5 A. Dix. SALUTATORY. When one comes before the public, as Editor of a Newspaper, it is enstomary, if not proper, fur him to put forth a Saluta tory. And in this instance, our respect for so venerable a usage, overcomes the re- pugnance which we naturally feel towards such effusions, especially those that are long and egotistic. Under ita present proprietorship, the Sentinel will be moral in its tone, and in dependent in the expression of its senti ments. It will be the organ of no man or set of men. association, clique or party, except the Great Union Party. It will, under all...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 15 December 1863

XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. ariiitk, Xight Ex., via C, H. k D. B , 1.18 a -Cincinnati EiprtM. ... S.WaM. Mail and Actowmodation. . 1M4 r ColuwUl AccoinlEodalion . 6.5 j P . IPAT. 3.50 a m 3 4tp 12.5 AM 7.51am Columbus Trains. Amva. Xigbt Ex.. ria C, H. D. R- 3.42 a . Cincinnati Eiprew. . . . 3.4$ p M. Mail and Accommodation. . 12.20 A M. Columbus Accomodation. 7.36 A a. Dinar. 1.25 A M 8.28 A M 12.30 pm 7.10 pm Dayton Trains. ARRIVI. Mght Express. 1-18 A . Second Train. .... 3210 pm. Iv EiDrets. 7. P DKPART. 3.5D A M 7.45 am 3.5UPM A. eenfer train arrives frotn Richmond (via Dayton k Weitern .) at 9.22 p. M. Springfield Trains. AhRITK. Firet Train 7.45 a . Second Train. S.4U p m. DEPART. K.30AK 7.10 P M Trains Leave Dayton. Tor Cincinnati, at 4.50 A. M-, 8.05 A. M., 3. P. M, and 6.40 P. . For Springfield and Sandofkj. at 8.40 A. M. and 8.10 p. . Trains Arrive at Dayton. From Cincinnati, at S.50 A. M., 5. P. M7.45p.M and 12.25 A. M. Arrival and Departure o...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 15 December 1863

r ill 4 JU 4. KTII ff. BROWX. Ildiior. . I Tuesday, I)ccemlcr 15 j I [From the knickerbocker. We hivf here a poem with a moral and j a htorj ; a very interesting one, too. albeit j "a little t-aJ and regretful, as is perfectly natural to a young lady wearied of heart-' breaking, ller's ig not a solitary experi ence by any means, and it may -interest so:no, prone like her, to read and. remem ber the lay cf j THE COQUETTE.-' ! MISS EMMA PASSENGER. Dear mother, I am weary ; they call me proud and gay. j Thev do not know ihe ciddv throng my heart-ache when away, from gliding through the festal hall, to ' sounds of mirth and glee, I have stolen to thee, sweet mother, from the dance and revelry. Oh ! loop my heavy tresses back, and lay thy gentle hand I'pon my brow, -whose cooling touch seems like some magicwand ; It serves to calm my burning thoughts, which in wild surges roll. And pierce as with a-rsy of light the tempest in my soul. Seel they called me very beautiful, with pearls twine...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 22 December 1863

H11 H! T ' H 1T A SENTIK ..Vol. I: XEXIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 18G3. She Xtwh Sentinel,! ITSCED IVERT TCESDAT MOHSIKG BT :j?et"li VV." Brown, . EDITOR AKD PEOPRIETCR: "TtBMt: TWO DOLLAR per year, in dvoee. Orricr: Barr Eailding, opposite Ibe Court liowsej Kkin ttreet, Xeaia, Ohio. Rates of Advertising: One iqc&re, one insertion . 50 " " Booth . . . $1 25 - jttt i : k . . eo t)ne-rourth eeinmn one Tr . . . t-3 09 " half " " " . . . 45 00 Adrertiiemsnta of a tramiet character, must bo paid for in advance. Notices of Marriojes tod Dealhi, free. Notices in the Local Department ten cenU per line. Batiseet Cardi, five dollars per year. Lost---Somebody's Child. BY THOMAS MACKELLAR. So!r '.dy's child i lost to-night! I bear the bellman ring; A: ' '.he earth is frozen hard and white, And the wind has a nipping sting. , ' I know my babes are long abed, A tender, motherly hand . Laying a blessing on every head After their evening prayers were said God keep the slumbering band ! Tt somebod...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 22 December 1863

XENIA SENTINEL. SETII W. BROWN, Editor. CSet, on Mala Street, opp. Court House. Ta-vee of promise, by freemen unfurled ! . Besccn of hope to a waking world! -' Shining above it tbe starry throng, ' " A rift in the murky cloud of wroDg Clondi that ihail roll from their beams of light, Till the whole round dome is bine and bright. " If any man attempts to haul down the Ameri can Flag, shoot him on the poL" Joh.x A. Dll. The Issues of the Next Presidential Campaign—Who is to be the Union Candidate for Chief Magistrate of the Nation. l! Three and a half years have ptsscd ' swiftly by, and Te " find ourselves in the ' threshold of another presi- dectial campaign. A few months more, and there will be nominating con- '.Tentions; ia less than a year from now -there will be an election ; and in a little more'than a year, a new presidential term will bcriu. . . .-. The coming campaign is one of the ut- a ' i ri i. u-i i i mfiKr. inirmrrnnri I l ik hi i r t e . i we believe, that during the pr...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 22 December 1863

XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. AttBlVK, DEPART. NilrhtEr.,viaC.,H.AD.'R., MS a. 3.J0A C.ic.nnaU pH. - . - -2'A- 3 ii P M Mail and AocoiruiudKtiun. . U.riPK. 12. A C'jojous Aecommouiuua. . 6.jj r m. i.aIaic Columbus Trains. ATFIVE. PEPART. v;-.t Ex. via C, H. D. R. 3.V a . 1.15 a C no. Express. . . . M.r. W Jnd Accomodation. . J2.20AM. Ii30, Culuiiibu AcMmmCKiaUfln. 7.30 A iu 7.10pm Dayton Trains. ARP.IVK. DEPART. 1.18 AH. S.50AH 12.10 pk. 7.45 A H T.OU p a. 8.50 p if Night Express. Fecund Train. T . - V . nnitL 1 A passenger train arrives from Richmond (via DajtLn A Wester R.) at .22 p. m. Springfield Trains. ABltlVC DIPABT. 7.4S A . 8.30 A x 3.W P - 7-10 p first Train .... Eecond Train. - - Trains Leave Dayton. lor Cincinnati, at 4.50 A. ., 8.0J A. 3. P. K., and 6.40 P. , Tor SpringSeld and Sandusky, at 8.40 A. . and 8.10 P. . Trains Arrive at Dayton. frord Cincinnati, at 9.50 a. 5. r. 7.43 P.M., and 13.23 A. M. Arrival and Departure of Mails. Arrivals. F.M...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 22 December 1863

SETH "W. EEOTVX Editor. Tuesday. December 22. A Christian. BY JOHN RUTLEDGE FITZ-HENRY. "quiet dreams she dwts alone, ( - I holy thought she iive-s apart A Leart There only love hath shone, A life without a touch of art. Her ways ere Dot ourworldy ways--t- She thinks not of these gloomy days. , 'What matter though the nights are long, And aullen clouds obscure the moon, Ehe tnskea Uer feast of prayer and song, With her November smiles like June; . And thus as years glide sweetly past, The brightest, sweetest, is the lasL . Eer hopes no fate can ever hlight ; . Her wishes are like mounting flame; , To hr alike are day and night, . Winter and sommer are the same ; Whilst ever with her heart and eyes fit 'build her home in yonder skies; t saw her wand' ring In the "morn, Down by the breezy sea she stood ; Around her wared the yellow corn : t called ter from the summer wood-r-Ehe clasped me to her bosom fair, And kissed me in that balmy air. Last eve.,1 nought her frag' ant cell A sweet...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
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