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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 17 May 1864

t A i. s - i i "TVY r A J? P M : 7 el. I. XEiNTA, TUESDAY, MAY 17, 1864. No. 23 1 IKrit STSAT TCIiCiT KOBJt! IT ei' TV . O s o rn, XriXCa AKD rP.OIPJETOE. T?.v : IWO t CLLAE3 per yew, is AaVanc, C. . : Et-r E,;::irj, e; jite tl Court iIU, ;.;.B (treoi, Stn Ohio. Hates of Advertising: . . . " . . . 1 li " - meaik Oee-fw.i eohiM Ant yar . . ( CO . 44 GO to to Advrtin;iit f A trAmiaatehATAsUr, mottle for is ht)lsc. Kotietl of Krr:j And Dellll, -. Setitti in tb Ical E-cpArimtBt t etnts per Sine. .' t -' CarU, Sre V:lar per year. 'HOPES SIGNAL. G. E. Paine, D. D. L., Dent-it. M od ioet'i ' ie id.in street,-over hetton'i I-rujf Siore. C e hours from S A. M. to 1J M.. nod from I P. li. lu s P. St. Xtnia, Ohio. M. .ATC. J. A. SltXTO. Gaicti cc Sexton, Att-eTi and CunM!lorf ml Law. Offee in Dean's fluiiitinjt, Sorlh-weM ecmer of Sleii and titmit Straeia, et of th- Court House, Pallia, Ohio. . o5 . Geo. Y7cU, D. D. S., IS. D. Dont'ut C ia Tborf's Eui'idinj, Alain street' reofix K.! n' bun. ,,...

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. — 17 May 1864

XENIA SENTINEL "SETII W. E-ROWN, Editor- OSiee, en Main pITtTopp. Court House. ; '7 Exssaof promise, by freemen unfurled ! Jsaeoa of hop to a wailing world! iiininj bov is the starry throng, A rift in tlie mu-kv clouds of wrong C1 U Vi.it shall roll from their bemi of light, the wholt round dome is blue aad bngliU " If any man attempts to aaul down the Ameri- T. h.nt Vim on the IIWU JOHX AXIX- The News. SATURDAY. Yesterday a aispatch fras caugbt 3 it passed over tlio wire, which told the joyous news tlAt tea thousand of Lonsstrect's men,tkfty or fourty gunr, and several Generis bad been cap ture! by Grant's grand army. The news was lcrious,andaused a gener al rejoicing among the friends of our great cause. People had heard of the great battles fought, day after day, upon and below the Ilapidan, with but little advantage on either side; they vere afraid to rejoice; they feared fUt tbfl -r.ml army of the Union, under the first hero of th war, would yet be defeated, notwithstanding the...

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. — 17 May 1864

XENIA SENTINEL Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. i ARRIVK, yirht Ex., via C, II. 4 D. R 1.13 a. 3.5U Cincinnati Esrress. . . . .2'aJ. ; iiait ud Arc imoia:i m. . litSfS. 12 OA Columbus AeeottsiodV.itn. . 0.55 u. T.ilaai Columbus Trans. Nigbt Ex-. via C, IL A D. R- 3.42 a . 1.25 a a Cincinnati Express. . . . 3.41 n. 8.iAll Vail and Accommodation. . 12.20am. 12.it ru Colueabos Accommodation. i-i 1 X. 7.1'Jpji Dayton Trains. AHP.ITE. BFPART. rCigbt Finrest. . . 1.13 A a. 3.50 A Sond Train. .... 12.10 r . 7.45 am Day Express. 7.UO p n. 3.50 pm A passenger train arrive, from Richmond (Tin Daytoa esiern ii.) at il.I.' r. u. Springfield Trains. liBIVL BSPART- First Train 7--i a k. .3'J a Beeond Train. ... . . S.4u r . T.W M Trains Leave Dayton or Cincinnati, at 4.50 A. m., 8.05 i, ., Z. T. x., and 6.40 p. . For Springfield and Sandtuky, at 8.40 A. su and .18 p. . Trains Arrive at Dayton lrom Cincinnati, at 8.50 . K, 5. r. u, 7.43 p. u., ud 12.-i A. . Arrival and Departure of Mails. A...

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. — 17 May 1864

She gntegtitthtl gun w. cnaws, rsitor. Tuesday, May 17. 1804. Extravagances in New York. The' Tori correspondent of tho Provi, dence Journsl, after describing the prepara tion for toe Metropolitan Fair, proceeds to re mark as follows : U the midst of all this patrioue or2w f nesri ai j-'Ocket, there is aiso a seething earreat of ex:ravajnt folly setting madly, it woui J seem towards ruin. Too much can not be sid or written of thil insane mania among os. Vbere it will end heaven only kanws. During the series of private concerta, and lailtcsix etvants, given for tjie benefit of tie fair, cce of our fashionable ladies for merly famous Boston belie threw open iter hcuse 03 iladison Square,- for a masque rade prty, cot in aid of the Sanitary Fair, biit in sheer love of sensation end reckless expenditure. 'o cad of money was lavished. Tee costumes were unique, csifrs, daithng f orgeoue. Some of then, it is said, were dis gracefui'.y wsntitg in rooJest graceacd wo manly mes; but thee when ...

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. — 24 May 1864

Tr'"V--A!:s-"s J LP 1 . S V " v- - " z c 1 ' XENLA, TUESDAY, MAY 24, 18Gi. No. 27 X. t MM 1 ' - f 'T ! 7 f ' ft ItsrrB ITlstT TCI.D4T KORSIXO IT sjctli "W. Crown, Tsexs : TXO DOLLARS per jtsr, ia advance. OrricB; Earr Building, cipeeita tbe Cort iuMf Zlai street, Zesia, CUto. nates oi Advertising: Cm fqtt&rft, one i.-jtertiea . i h t month . " . " jr 1 Cae-fart.b colama one year - half " I' ll m . . si i . tzi to . 45 CO tf 69 Adve.-tiKof hmist ctafacter. ut bs e:4 for So iuax.. i Kotiees ot Jlarrii;- and Deaths, free. KeCcel in tbe Lcil Department t-.a e4 pr l.lo. p nor LS SIGNAL . G. L. Paine, D. D. L., , - IkratuU V5c on.1l Mi ttreet, ertr ffon I-tg tor. t'SEe bourf fr"tn 8 A. M. to " JJ M..c4 fru 1 P. SL to 6 P.il. Xfnia, Oaio. X. P. C1TCI. i. i. f!TOS. Gatch'Sc Sexton, A',U.mtT cd Cannicllori t law. OfEco m f,ol J undias, Nrt-wet foraer f M:n od ll'c-'t twMU, weater tk Coitrt Eon, Xni, Ohio. Geo.' Vratt, D. D. S., M. D. rti-U 0c in Tuorr'i Uuilding, Mala itrief, CiL. b,r. f...

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. — 24 May 1864

XEXIA iSEXTIXEL.!sla!c SETII V.". KliOWX, Ei-ncn. HBce, on Main Street, opp. Court House. j V m i rl,-i ! Jirron of !iipd a wyitii'" 'ci if - ' ' fchiamg is iuf starry TLn.ii;, A rlf: in llie uurkr cluiKia of vi-on-- - , , '! , I : : ! ' j ; ! .1 ' ;i mn "::a! u laul fwT" the .Aed: L Foreign Intervention. ( re t.ive reports that o!a. JiaDuIeoa t'".ks of ruiiing up in our affairs. Such a Curse cou'.i only end. in Lis own cis- e'jaitture." Eat' we mas; . never .think i -f yielding to lLa .? 'athern .Confederacy, cv u though X.'.po'.ooa s-hould j-in Lands r'. '. it.-' -.' , - . - must ntvar give op tue infantum of Ciaiuiainia the Uuion, eTtn in tie Lee of the allied Xations of tho werlj. .' The Re- Tnl'.ii must stand in all its ictegrity,wliole and pe-fct,. or it jr. ;.-t u'.l go down at once V. e must Lave left n3re1.ja .nt, no 1LL3 cnble 6h:'.doiv of what the Union ouee v.'as. e must Lve the vole of it or nothing, '" tlie separation of a part is ultimate, if ...ot inniisoule, dath n ...

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. — 24 May 1864

XENIA SENTINEL Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. AIB1VE, - .-.-A. . . . - -: - . .,, A - .atiua. .. 1 . P H 12.40 it If Columbus Trans. ,-";:t Ex.. via C, II. A D.R.. - '-. V t.Dati f 5p'a . and Accommodation. W.PABT. r 1 3t A " 8 i ajc 12.30 ph 7.20 r at Dayton Trains. AEB1VK. PltPART. 3.53 A . '. . 0.10 AM ""." ." .' ." ' 3.50pm Sight ExTircw. "c-ec -r i 'i rain. Day ilreas. I 4 V. eLr " J ' Springfield Trains. ABB1YE. , ' , . . . . .30 a ' .. . . . 1.10m ' .oosd Train. ...... Trains Leave Dayton rotCineiMiati, at, 4-50 A. B.,S.0a A. M., S. P. , ..Dil.t.W P. ' ' , . ' Tor Ee-ringueli md Eandaxky, at 8.40 A. M. and 1.10 P. - - Trains Arrive at Dayton -."Trow Cinc:r.r.r.ii, at 9.50 A. , S. T. , 7.4s r.v-, . tad li.25 a-. ' ' Arrival and Departure of Mails. Arrivals. V(r fCohittliut JW1 rriTf ''. -." "S.JO ak ' J astern Coiaao od Way.IUarriTti P W.nern Mail. . . " . i- 'PK Wtra loiiacar-aH.. Kail. ' " . ." 'Northern Spriceld liail . . " -Korthora iprinue.d and Yellow SonDf3.4J ...

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. — 24 May 1864

he cni;t cnfiiid. SETn IVHOO, Editor. Tucsdav, May24,I804. Steam Plowing in France. The three ajricnlfural -rocieties nf the de part moat of the Loire, Licfc founded Ust vcjr a siv .'T fr tn Jtf ve'.cjiment of steam ) 'on in?. !-"ive c TTccNei ihe i i of anncx--inr to the IMsfrict y?7rir;i!tiira! exhibition, which trill tike place in M.sy, at Ko.-.nne, a special srrssn pioniug c -sition for t!;e ac-ecs: ! pmfcut:on of which an appeal las been iiia.ie for the assistance of the of ge'T.il French and Enplifh ma kers. T!to6 r-riies will be awarded the first of with a pold medal, piven by ihe Minister of Aprvicuiture, Commerce and puhiic w--rks ; the second of jEst), with a silver tnci: ', from the fame Minister ; and the third r,f a bronze medaL A s-nrn of X?) w.:i l..; ...vided amonff foreign exhiol:. s. to iadc.nifjr them for- their Iraatpor: ext-enses. Steam Plowing in France. Difference Between a Rebel and a Copperhead. r.etc!i and copperheads art noijnst alike " ill ; one differenc...

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. — 31 May 1864

jj M Vol. I. XENIA, TUESDAY, MAY 31, 1864. No. 28 I -A ' 1 4 V I " :! . J' jiiric xvxtT tteidat UvZ5ixe f Getli "W. Crown, ' i:ir:i ako rECTRiETOS. , Ttf. : 170 COLLARS jr year, ia advaae. Icrncl: rirr Euildiof, opposit tit Court ku, 3I-c nl, Xeai. Ohio. jlatea of Advertising: Oa a'-atr, etn insertica 4) ' bod La . '. " " J ' Cr.-fourth column on year . . . fl Si . ti . . 4S CO , to ce Aj'-'-ott f tranUatelartr, usth fi4 for in irtc. . Sotlocs 0! i!nit i Devlin, fro. ; Fotices la ib Ik1 Department ten etfit ft W X-J:nef Curds, 6 ii'.'ars pr year. P HOPE 5 EIOIT AL. - G. L. Paine, D. D. L'., rt.rit 02c 0 caih side Ktio ttrwt, wrer Paten's Drug- Sw. OS bost from 8 A. M. t 12 N.. and iiutm 1 P. it to r. ii. A.oi, viuo. If. B. CATC. ( 3. A. SaXTO. Gatch : Sexton, i AttwreTS nd Counsellors at Lw. 0e ia v. - K'.inh.vjitf earner of Hfiin a Letroit tawti, west of th Court House, ienia. unio. po5 Geo. Vatt, D. D. S., LI. D. Dsntlst C.ce In Thorp's BoiHicg, Main tret. r.rjwtt Miiiaa' Store, t...

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. — 31 May 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. ZZTll VT. CROWN, Editor. O-Ttce, cb Main Street, opp. Coart House. fcA-oma of promise, by fre;mn nr.Turled ! Boaeon of hope to waiting world! Shining above u the starry throng, . A rift in the murky clouds of wrong CSoii that shall roll from their fccsica of light, tb whole round dome is blue and bright. " Tf any mac attempt to haul Gown the Ameri xti F'.aj, nhoot him on t e ip.it." Joh-i A. DiiC V - A. V Union State Ticket. Toe. scniKwr. jrnof Long Term I.tT.'w.Ii DAY, Ofrorti.se County. rirs teaks' thK, VIM.! AM WHITE, Vt Clarke Couuty. rysxriKin tfrm, IIOKACE WILtriR, Of Ashtabula County. ros srciiETAKT or STATE, V. H. SMITH, Of Hamilton County. FOB. ATTOB VET CTXFRAL, VT. F. WCH ARDtiOX, Of Monroe County. roe coxTBOLi.rn. MCSES R. li VILEi", Of Fulton County. board or prBi.tc work. Full Term. riflLIP HEF.ZIXG, Of Augliiiie County. . SHORT TEEV, . " JAMI'.S MOURE, Of Coshocton County. ProsidoTitia Eler-1--- at Lcr-re. - JHa P. Bl.UiN, o! brown Couuir, JOUX A. BING...

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. — 31 May 1864

XENIA SENTINEL XENIA SENTINEL Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. fcVtt r , fcinit HtH at d Coiuni -s .! AM Cincinnati Trains. Columbus Trans. AfciUVC EtFir.T. 'Mjrbt Ex- via C HiD.E.. - . Ul a m tiaeiuoati tixfrfrs. . . . ' ft4ail and Aeuuimuii-..ion.' . -. . . ; : 12.30 ri tvUalrtU J-x'-r.wri.ii m. ; Him Dayton Trains. rr ir.r. 3.5 j i 8.10 i v Jg'tit Kxpresi, TFecosd Train. . . 1T Express. ........ Springfield Trains. ' ' - A 3 HIV. pRrMftY. FirtTr,-n";j.-i,-..., ..... - . Seeea . '10.H Trains Leave Dayton For Cincinnati; a 4-i3 A. e.C A-sc., 1 P. M, and .40 F. M. ",'.,. For SprirrfoM ud anduky, at 8.40 A. M. And .l MM.- ' ' ' ' - ' - Trains Arrive at Dayton From Cincinnati, U ('.50 X. ', 5. r-. 7.4 r.M., 22.2i A. .. . , ." Trains Arrive at Dayton Arrival and Departure of Mails. Arrivals. Faiiern Colombo? a.l Kriiffl . . 3 50 A Jlastcrn Columbus and Way Mail arrives 3.43 r Vteo t :&. Jiaii. . . ' " v 12.19 PM VTlrn (Indianapolis Mail. J ' . 8.-2 p M Kru.er."?prinftield J?...

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. — 31 May 1864

Slit jnfa cntittfl. TueH lar. May 31, 1864. GRANT'S COLLNESS. An bcMent cccvttei diirinzThars r!V n-.ornin?. that illustrates the cool new and geif-posssssioa Of the COQi- mander-in-chief of the armies cf the LV'-I r-.ntes. While the heaviest ar;..-v C.lng in the morning t-.-.s in progress, General Grant was standing ia company vith General Mead, near a re, taking and t-ndeavoring to keep themselves dry, whea a rebel eh' '.! struck within a few feet of the t? ".. , A disposition to move was man.i'ested oa the part of a cumber cf oSeers standing around, when General Grant, looking slowly around 8ndxing his eyes on he spot where th? th'U struck, asked at once for a pecket compass. which being furnish ed, he examined the course of the hell, found out the location of the lattery, and it was not long before shells were thick among the men -working said battery. -Correspondence l'hiladelphia Inquirer. Movement Against Imported Goods. 7e observe that a Ladies National Convention has assemb...

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. — 7 June 1864

Hi v i is !Lp kJjJJ-i-N JLi-N il Si Jo No. 29 XENIA, TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 18G4, Vol. I. Cfccttth Scniincl, ItSriB IT TCIIDAT HOlSlSO IT Ootli AV. Brown, i ' ' XDITOR AND PEOFEIETOS. ,' Tcsvc : TWO DOLLARS ptt je, in advance i tDrnci: Bare Euiidiog, op-poiite the Court J:ci, y&in street, Xmia, Ohio. Rates of Advertising: tat .quar, one inwrtica m - m nJOiJ th M year tJne-fonrti column one year . . . . o . . ! 8 SO 00 I AdTeffaemenU ef tran.Lat character, moetbe .'id for ia advance. ' Koikes of Marriage, and Death., free. Notice, in th. Local Department U cent, per V.e,- . Eailaeee Card., vt aollar. per year. PliOFESSIOlTAL. G. L. Paine, D. D. L., btt. 05e aooth .id. Ureal. , Drug Store. Omce hour, from 8 A. M. to il M.. aad from 1 F. ii. to 5 P. M. i-enm OU.o. i-ly . ' J. A- tF.XTOS. rtch & Sexton, . .ter, and Conner. at Uf. Office in IW. I'uuding. Sortb-wesi comer of Mam and ouT'of Court IIoue, Xeo... . Ohio. ' ' ' Geo. Watt, D. D. S., M. D. p.ntijt OEee rn Tborp'a Building, Mai...

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. — 7 June 1864

V F V 1 1 FY f!'f V F f - 1 -i -A J.i ijl-ij-i J 1-' .IjflJ SETII W. Editor. Office, oa Main S;rcet, oj'ji. Court Home. ' ; j jfVKr of nfS:rv , ly freemen unfurled! lieacon of ! fa t a waning world! fibinii -g n "'g is ih starry tUrong, A rift in tLe mnrkr cloud of wrong Clou-li that shall rH from their beams of liht, the whole round dome is Mue anil bright. ' If any mm attompls to haul down the Ameri can Fiajj, shoot hiui on tl.e y;ut." Joh A. Dix. u - A Union State Ticket. , svfttF.n-. rnnrs 1!f Term4 - LLTIlKil DAY, . WILLIAM WHITE-,- "' ' - '. Of Clarke Count.- . , . - r rXEXP!RE! Trim, HORACE WIf.Dh.l, .. Of Asbubu!a Caunty.. Fu HffSFTlt f r !T.II!, - ' . t W. H. a.vli lit, ' Of Hamilton County. ' "V - Toll JtTTOSVFT CEN'ERAL, , : w. p. it; ;iAKbso.v, ; - Of Monroa County. m COCTROLI.FR, MOSES It. BAILKY, - Of Fulton C-thmv - oailo of prnirr wobk F.i'l Term. .-- fiiilip ;r::... - Of Auglaize Count. StlORT TKRH. JAMKMO!RG, ' Of Coshocton County. Prosi'letttial Electors Et Larsr?...

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. — 7 June 1864

XENIA SENTINEL Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. ARElVi, iaCii.iD.R, tMtPAT. 3.51 A II 11.11) A tj.-ilAil Kir1 1 Ex-: tlUl'iD&A'.l r:rt"- r. . ... .. ... tan jii. Columbus Trans. Ai'.uive. viKMEx.iC.,n.4 D.R.. Cmciunm xnres. Ma4 Accommodation. . . ... riETART. 1-U AK 1J SOr, t.:.'f, Dayton Trains. J l i j .- - - iaiure. Itleht Express. Second Train. . Iv EiDreJt. . - - . TAET. 3Si A t.lUAlf 3.50 pm A fMis ;tr tjuiu arrives from Hkbioond (via Dayton A V cetera R-) at S-22 r. . . Springfield Trains. ARRIVE.' First Train " ' Second Train. DltrART. M.io a a 7.1J r Trains Leave Dayton ." r-,-nnti. it 4.59 A. -, 8. A- , 3.r. and C.tO r. K. . . . u m . w mi For Springfield and SanduJ.-at S.40 A. K. and b.l r. m. - " Trains Arrive at Dayton From CioeinnMi, at 8.40 a, 5. r. ., 7.45 r.., .-andli2SA.it. . Arrival and Departure of Mails. Arrivals. Eatterw Columbus Mail arrives ... Jiast.rn Coiutnba. and War Mad arnve. 33 r We-tern barton Mail. . - " '' P " Vsstfrti Indianapolis Mail. ...

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. — 7 June 1864

'Site gtwh cntinU. SEIII 7. ICOffX, Editor. , Tue.-di.y, Juue 7. 104. j How the Swiss Live. As nf ich as anything. I m surprise! at the place deemed habitable and actually in!i.itiit;.l. On the siJs of mount k'.as, oa the eilzff of precipices, npoa si(;?ps which tlic children of the plains would hesitate to climb as a feat of daring, are seen cot sin gle bous ilone, but groups of Lhem, nnj )r; C!i?!i!xr5i-o-l. In Ice J. half the peo ) '.c of wiizerland seam, to love to iivo on iieJre. and I s.ip;'s they crawl along perpendicular pluses by some such provision a the Hies hsye; otherwise it is difficult to at-e how they ascend anJ descend. And how children are ever brought up, leant imag ine. I should eipect four ot of fin. the miinint they s:eppi-t out of the dior, to fall dja into o:2 lake or girge. Yet the population conuuu8 to increase ad main tain its nu;uber. They are children of the air. They are forever surrounded by moun tains, than which nothing is more beautiful and nothing ...

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. — 14 June 1864

1 f n r ' ' : ; f ' ' i! U & I M . U if i .:: t . - tr.c-a. 1.1 -a,. j a- . a -A. X A A - -t X - A J 1 o 0' 4 IbjL - IA, TUESDAY-;jUNE 14, 1864. - . ' ..!. i ' ! l1 i " ? ' f ' -.! 1 ' I ri ' ' ' ' - V r - -r ! ! 3:1; ' 'I-! ' . . .. ' ' : u i! :..!.? i -.:.,.:',.: ' -l--o.-; . .. NO. 30 MO oil '''"''tMTOi rA!H THOPalETCtll M a?! " J! J '; t , f. , . reJrj-wTYr 3 DOLLARS per m drBoe ? Crnct: Barr BoilrJ:ne, orpoit M Coart SO $1 25 SO J2i DO 45 00 SO CO feiid for i3Tance7 i 1 yii9i tkr.LcJEep.'U!eiUUB otaU per " T !?istf Ctf di, Ir ollM per jw r: 'TltOFESSIONAl.. 5 c.n'm Tirar Store. C'X:e tours Irom a a. m. hi I i j!v and from 1 P. M. to 5 P. M. Xi, Oliio. 'Gitch. &' Sexton, , . jud . "oonjSIurj TTiw. PEc in Batlamg. rthwft eoraw oX3Iin id IrtiroiV StrseU, Ft of tn i-ur uotk, Ohio. Ltmift.'"'OS!taThorp, 'BaiiaHjj, Jiain itret, fditx ib for winier, 1 1-3 i, S. till 4 1-J IP. M I f.,T- In rita of raman to tbe eontrMTi Dr W 'm putronj of 11 ih tt hmii u w. Jll S. FINLEY, M. D.,...

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. — 14 June 1864

XENIA SEN TIN EL ZTH TV. EIIOWN, Editor. CSca, JIala H retU epp. Coart IIoue. 1 j 3r"ivWTa " JtAea ef prato'ite, by frMtaen urifurUdl ' Beaeos of hop ta awaiting world!" fkiatng ebov it tha aarryhrong, . . A Tift in th murky clouds of wrong.'" ! Clea.1 that .hall roll from their Lcsuis of light, " . th whole foUed'deatejeb-ltre aid fcrijjht. ; ' : "If any man attempt to haai datrii tit Ante-ri-M Flag, aboot iris on tli .fpot." JoBX A. Di. FOR PRESIDENT. Abraham Lincoln. FOR VICE PRESIDENT. Andrew Johnson. OF TENNESSEE. Union State Ticket. ro KPte jrnr.rs Long Term," Of Portage County. Tf" . - T - tiii'Tri, ' ' " r '. . ' Of Clarke County. - i rxrxpiED Ttitv, ' . . " " noRACE WILDER, Of Ashtabula County. fOB ircBETjlBT OF STATF, ,. t-wiq - W. H. SillTFI. - ' v - iji..." - Of Hamilton County. ' " " ' ' 'TO. ATTOxrr CEtERAL, " " W.-F. BICUARDSON, r:rt'"I Of Moaroe County. . r ' " ; tor roTiioi.tr, .. R. BAILET", " Of.Faltoa County. . . , .. z'mi or rciLtc wotti Fhll Term. ,L r., . r RH...

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. — 14 June 1864

XENIA SENTINEL Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. f iehtrx.,viaC.,II.AD.X, Ciaejaaau Liprew. MjuI an 4 Aec.u.a.o-1-uott. . . . ' -JfnP ACCBAfK0tlCO. ;.5iA 1 Jim 12.40 am S.-Im Columbus Trans. iiuri, k:eht E-. ri c, n. a d. e. . . . Ciaeinaaii Express. ... Mail ud Aottidi'0. rst-ABT. 8.26 a,, Dayton Trains. r- - - - f iUl'I. IT'fVf txmu -.- .-'. -. .1 . . feaeoad Trsia. .... ... Day Iipmi. .....i ... tPAV. Si i a a 8.10 am A punts traia arrives froa Kicharand (via DaytM A W mien &.) u. i-22 p. M. Springfield Trains. nnra. ; saAS. f irst Traia kJOam coaa Traia. ' v . . ' "' Trains Leave Dayton. far Ciaeinnati, at 4.SJ A- a., 8.CJ A. 3 - W CiO p. h. far rtariagteld' ul Baadaky, at 80 A- a. aad 8.1 t.M. , . r - , Trains Arrive at Dayton. From Cineiuaati, at i.U A, , 4. 7 2 P.K, ui 11 J J A. it.-J - t L - : - Trains Arrive at Dayton. Arrival and Departure of Mails. Arrivals. t astera CoUnslrti! Mail irriffl . . S S9 1 uttn Cotniobu and Ma; Mail arrives J 3 r M Westers lavo Mail-...

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. — 14 June 1864

THE COMING TIME. Wilis men forget tbeir love of gold, And ljwtkifin won; " When Truth is oulv current coin, And counted o'er and o'er; When mn love Freedom for its eake, r - - c. snr"1. ertw, Aii tor-tWgree.tert good tkeir "wrjrk, tsxaUj tod.y, is done; When men throw seaside, and live for so-e "great purpose" high; -1 ' Then will th gloriea ert ome When none shall fear to die. - . 5uir.;.n loci grow strong, - -'"Ai-' wis., -.3 grand, ana frcV ghall ric the coming race, 0 God, A fitter type of Tliee ! Then shall Thy seal, aad only Thine, Be set on every brow, -, r'-n'!U wtar the fflirk ef Sotx "r-T-1-'i' v-c'' . V ; Then shall the Eden bloom again, Then ahull the angles stand. And with new Adams and new Eres, White robed, walk hand in-hand I A Slave Incident. - A very touching incident, occirrcd while headquarters -were haite f on the Xewton farm, Friday afternoon connected with these unfortunate, beings. At the time McClellan's rmy .oeapied the lentnsul, a father and two sons helon...

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