ELEPHIND.COM search the world's historical newspaper archives
From:  To: 
click here to view elephind tips
Elephind Tips
To find items containing all the words:
John Quincy Adams
Simply type the words:
John Quincy Adams
To find items containing the exact phrase:
John Quincy Adams
Put the phrase in quotes:
"John Quincy Adams"
To find either of the words:
president, congressman
Type OR between the words:
president OR congressman
For more tips take a look at the search tips page.
bubble pointer to elephind tips
click here to subscribe our mailing list
Search limited to
Clear all
Title: Xenia Sentinel, The Delete search filter
Elephind.com contains 320 items from Xenia Sentinel, The, samples of which are listed below. All items from this newspaper title are freely available and can be searched from the search box above. You may also search the entire collection of 2,949 newspaper titles in Elephind.com.
320 results
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 3 February 1865

I mil i T ' . iucko itxit ramar town it v CETII -W. BROWN XDITOB AXD FROFKIZTOB. ' Itnxt: TWO B0LLAR3 per year, in advance Orrm: Barr BtriMicg, opposite tie Court iloute, Utia street, Xwua, Ohio. I Bllllllll I III 1 1 " mi III Ill IIIHI Mm I mmtmlQnRBMRtBKBBQKt&KnBBBBKKBBtBKGMBBM&BBBH-Z2iszX2MbtJM3&t'MBSffiBfBi1tlML&SWffliWin BmfclJiIi.ULJ! . '1HU1. U.JJ, XEIP, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1865. Vol. -2. No. U ft f j . ; r f . 1 i. kj . L'JL -i II I! 1 IrU H -. . lSl'IM"mSiS-.Ml.JL-11ILI RATEH;le?ffflns5jQ One square, one In ai . iu r It f . year . i One-fourth evluma one vow " half " " " . . 1 T 0 - " . .. 100 09 One square to oonsist.of ten Iinee er leu ef mio oa type; . y r - Adrertisements of a transieatcharaeter, MNls paid for in advanced. Notices of Marsiages and Deaths, free. Nicei in the Iocal Department ten cent! per line. Bnsinais Cards, te dollars per year. PROFESSIONAL. T7ATT, 1L D., D. D. S. ' TEXT At OFFICE First earner tut of the Court Bouj. -EKTRAXCE First doo...

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. — 3 February 1865

. ih Fridai'ebruary 3," IS 65. 2TII W, BSOWN, Editor. Office, on Main Street, opp. Court House TJahjkr of promise, by freemen onfurUd ! Beacon of,,et3 a waiting world! ... gaining abT is b.tary loroag, '. A rift in the markj clouds of wrong dirndl that !. roll.-fru.tleii.beuif of light, Till the whole round dowe it tiue and bright. ' If any au attempts to haul down the Ameri can Flag, ihoot him on the spot." Johh A. Dix. ' Tbe.-rebels are ia. a serious dilemma. Gen. Lee, and others' wbo are aware irf the exhaustion of the South, call loudly for tbe arming of i.La -gLves. . Oa ilie other hand, there ere leading rtbeis vho tire not Blow t) declare' tti'it "if tue bluve's are put ia the Confederate truiv t'ao rcbjl COU3C is ruined..- T. v A. D. RichurJiD, escaped oorrespon dant, is ii faYuriif ret 4Vatiio fjr the horri ble treatment rceeiVcJ by the Union pris oners ia rebel hand. Old LVu Wade, Qjnho. advocates retaliatiou. . . S. P. Davis, the rebel spy lately cap turf 1 li )a uul , at...

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. — 3 February 1865

rHOii'ECICS OF TEE . . . . Daily, Tri-'vjef tly JSid Veekly Journal, v VK. 18Q5- TheVr- 'tJfcn( that are now. Trans c.v irr, upon which the eyes of tarm? the ir . a nee Tfcv baar 1 art ; . render a good new-paper - ;.. .- - inic'isrent faas;!y. i IncreTiiv'Ug ps'-oafcge ttrt - ; r ff'-r. to make the Ohio state Cifiei Family X'rrvvper, the Publishers are prompted to continued ef fort in the'aireetion of progress andimprove ment. ' H...V . It is their aim, o make the, Journal- com plete co:ajediaTaew&,axhataiid pleas ant ifwit .aoaipanion, -a fuiibful market gukU, a-is.rieeseuidiruthful expocaoi of po litical matters, a punctual chronicler of Leg Ulatii and Concrreitional proceedings: and ia short a weekly .sunuuary of events in the po litical, Sucijl,rtlit i'ons, scientific and commer cial world.. With this end in view, it will cimiitln a f'tul summary of current newg, Corf rressionfcl. Reports;- Legislative Proceedings MarVrl yspvt.Jforeign and Domestic), the ltejt T'ei-rsptic.D...

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. — 3 February 1865

Select Poetry. MY BROTHER. BY ALICE CARRY. Tit keeh-wood r ii burning brightly, Tit wild November weather C, ' "other many a stormy night sat aid talked tog.lier; Bnek yretiy ftsas for future years Wt told to one another I cannot choose bat ask with tears, Where art they bow, my brother ? 1Tbtrart they now, the dreams we dreamed, r : That ecautred sunsiiine o'er -us, And whore the kills of flowers that teemed A little way before at T The hills wit'o golden tops, and springs, Than which no springs were clearer T Ah me, for all our journey inga ' They are not any nearer. One, last year, who with sunny eyet A watch with me was keeping, It gone across tbe next bill he Iht taow upon her sleeping. "And 19 alone, night after night, I keep the fire a burning, And trim and make the candle bright, Aid watch for your returning. "lbs elect ticks tlow, the cricket tamt It on the hearth-stone crying, And the old Eible just the same It en the table lying- Tit "Watch dog whines beside the door, My ...

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. — 10 February 1865

&t gtxh Jniincl, . muss ITSBT nJDAT UOUSXMQ T CETII W. BROWN EDITOR AND PEOrBIETOE. - Itui:-TWO BOLLARS per year, In advanee Otm-: Ejt Building, opposite the Court Seese, Min street, Xenia, Ohio. PROFESSIONAL. r' s GEO. VATT, 1L D., I). D. S. 'KffCTA.Ii OFFICE First earner eut of the Coort Honse. ETT RANCB First door north of Main Street. OFFICB HOCKS Froo 8, in the morning, till 8, afternoon. ... fci. Chronic and loeal diseases prescribed lor t the Office. G. L. Paine, D. D. L., Dentist. Office on eon lide Main street, orer fatton's Drag Store. Office houre from 8A.S.U 1J it., and from I P. M. to 4 P. M. Xenia, Ohio. . . ATCK. J. A. ICXTOS. Gatch & Sexton, A'tUrnsyt aad CeaBsellors at Lew. Office in Sean's Euildiag, Krth-west corner of Main aad betroit Street, west of the Court House, Xesia, Ohio. o R. S. FINLEY, M. D., Ectotie Physician. Office aad reeidenee, eut kata itreet,'Xenia, Ohio. JOHN G. KYLE, M.D., Pavsieiaa aad Surgeon. Office and reeidenee lie. f east Second st...

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. — 10 February 1865

XENIA SENTINEL). Friday, February 10, 1865. SETII TF. BROWN, Editok. Office, on Main Street, opp. Court House, Basner of promise, by freemen unfurled ! Beacon of hopoto a waiting world! Shining above U the starry throng, A rift in the murk cloud of wrong Clouds that shall roll from their beams of light, Till the whole round dome is blue and bright. If any man attempts to haul down the Ameri cas Flag, shoot him on the pt." Joes A. Dix, Eleven hundred released Union prisoner arrived at Fortress Monroe on Monday. The rebel Congressman Foola h&c been tent to Fort Warren. Gold advanced in New fork on Tuesday to SIS. - A soldier" a widow has been appointed post- mUtreis at ML Sterling, Illinois. At this writing (Thursday morning) the news from the Army of the Potomac is not of a very favorable character. There was & Blight disaster to the 5th Corps on Monday. It was driven from its works by the rebels. It is reported that it suffered a. loss, of from three hundred. to Ve hundred m...

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. — 10 February 1865

Agricultural lnplcncnis.& Stores. AGHICULTUHAL VVREKOUSE- ' DETROIT STREET, XEXIA. i - RICHMOND PLOTT8 (Gentike),. f ' RAYMOND L LOEE?.rS TLOW WniTELEY PLOT7S, - MUXES PLOWS,. ' "7F:;"i ccttixg boxes CORN SHELLERS, ," 7 SEED SOWERS, SHOVELS, '., . . SPADES. FORKS, &c. t ii m i f T" Tacexts for the " CELEBRATED WEITELET CHAMPION SELF-RAKER, REAPEE ' - - - AND- MOWER. CLOVER, TIMOTHY, HUNGARIAN " T" ANITELrE GRASS ' - ' DS I CONSTANTLY ON HAND. THE i -. IUjGIIEST MARKET PRICE . ; r' lN CASn PAID FOR ' -' - ALL KIND OF .... FIELD-AND GARDEN SEEDS, I '.' ALSO," DEALERS IN . . ' IRON- STOYES A5T TINWARE. jefTeries & Carey. GRDCEFJESlAIID L!QU0nS ! iiztiiiY- PARREL'S, Oppotile tkt old Dtj'Ol luilding, Detroit Henry Jure! bikes this method of Informing the citiienf of Xenia, and surrounding oountry, that be has recently added preat deal to hie former f i ; large stack of EBDCEE1ES-MD "UQUOBS ! And Is now, and at all time?, prepared to fnrni.h lie customers with the best of ever...

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. — 10 February 1865

LETTER FROM SAVANNAH. Aa oar readers will perceive, the follow ing Idi-Vl wB niiucu uiuiv uiu a luuulu ago ; bat it contains matter which will be in teresting io long as the American people re member with- pride the unprecedented inarch of Gen. Sherman and his brave army from Atlanta to Savannah. The author of the letter is a noble veteran soldier, and a young gentleman of rare literary accomplish ments. Ed. SAVANNAH, GA, Jan. 7th, 1865. Deae Sestixil : The student of Xenophon's Anabaeis, glan cing!, the chapter ahead, is often went to con sole fcimself with the reflectfea that there is a sentence, which he will tare bat little dif ficulty to master, because be is so well ac quainted with " enlenthen, txclaund" that the leaves of his lexicon, will for a few mo ments rest in undisturbed majesty and glory. Concerning that sentence he adopts the words ef Tirgil, "ab uno iixct omntr," and though we cannot from Xenophon's " Retreat of the Ten Thousand," judge of Sherman's retreat, as the...

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. — 17 February 1865

c.-sT . .- - ; imobb trssT raiDir ouu.- sr. - xrrii w.'xsitowdv fc.c- : ICITOa AND PEOmiETOE. - -i Tmhii-TWO BOLLAES peryear, in advance i'Ornt Sur Bailding, opposite the 'Court Heaee, Main street, Xenia, Ohio. - A ' I .1 .'J :.-':r Vol. 2. XENIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1865. No. 13. One somare, one insertion f . ."3c." ,S 6m&:SZU-j7l fVS-.li'llJt to " " "year ....... 19 One-fourth colnmn one year . " . ; $4 St "::::CV:.r(;rHWIiTHij: One square to consist of tea line er lest f aia on type; "''''- " '- "Adeeete9nevee4-a ersjBeteveefevnsesrrwiv'e paid for in advance. Notice ft JJarriagcf and Deathi, free. Notices in the Local Department ten cents per line. But, . .rs Cw'.s. five dollars per year. Select Poetry. [We give this poem to our readers with only [We give this poem to our readers with only the remark that it is exquisite-exquisite.] A DREAM ON SKATES. BY ALFRED TRAMPLE. Eke alia on the brink of the frozen lake, In the carnival of (he park, And teems an angel come down to che...

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 February 1865

XBNI A1 BENT! NED. i -Friday, February 17, 1S65. '; l :':ETR W. BROWN, 'Editor. tice,!oaHta Street, opp. Court Honae. 'Bauxe of promise, ky frmen unfurled ! ,., Beacon of hopeto awaiting worldly ; - . "''n' Shining ftboT U tie f tarry throg, . A r'vft In the murk; cloudi of wrong ' ' ' , '$lou4 that thall roll from their beams of light, ''Till th wkolf round dome U blae acd bright.' -1 If any man attempt! to haul iowa the Amerl an Flaf, hoot him oa the pot.' Joan A. Djx. ,.v ', ), . r. t-i? -j ,-":,'f The neVs from Sherman is important. Richmond papers of late date bare beea (received at Washington. ': It appears that our glorious Ohio General,- with his brave Vay, M sweeping everything before him. He meets but liitle opposition. Hardee's force do cot attempt io mate : a; Btand. It Is currently reported that BraachviUe ias fallen, and that Charleston has been evacuated. It. is clearly seen now that Sherman i operating agaiust Lee's army. He will not 6 top at Branch ville or Charles ...

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 February 1865

Ail iv a .-.r3.t IlIJ, ii:iitLi3 u. ijiOl cs. 'IICOnURllrVllEEHOUSE. rpTf-)IT"STREEX, XEJS'IA RAYMOND & ROBERT'S PLrDU j US M 1 fc 9V - 1 ' ' ; 1 ,. - 'IIiILYiJLOWr I t tv.'.! 1'i rl Jii.1 v.rwf V-rf "Tfi Yrc I -A AiV(4 C 4-a. iAAA-vOl 1 nlCTHTYT r'PfiTKS'Jt:-F? n .-.'.;!.. v? '1 r.i'w er.w.t-wu ri v-"9 -acevts for TiiE I 1 ATEE-1 CnAMriOX SELF-RAKEH3E r.: -. .XZtUsUSJto j ) CLOyEarTIMOTnYEUNGARIANri j ' ri;AND BLtEKASgL CLV t ';,p!5D.. THE iGnEsJiAP.KEr.rnic.E 1 1X1 . T.T " T- r W A R E '. JeiTejies &. Carey J U i . w w ti I tO k i U LI J vi J HO &fpot (e the ,6ld J)evoL ZuUiing, Detroit j ts xx-.: f StrW -fAeiMii, A- , . j ITecfy fsrrel tales this method cf Informfsig the citizen of 'Xecia, and enrroimding eoontrjr, that he kas reoefatly added a freetdeai t hie iurmer I rf t Jarx stuck ef - n . . ' i I - - - , nd is now, and at all times, prepared to furnish bis. eirttomert witlfrhe best of everTthing' jn hia Xin T boelaese, and at the- most - ' : "' ) I -: - ' ALL-KIN...

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 February 1865

ef Christian faith and bopcf, said, I lore tbe Lord, because he bath delivered wj , r feet from death, mine ejea Irom tears, an iai feet from fltfa. Cultivate this faith and hope, and jou, too, jean be hap ' TJ even in the most trying circumstances of war. and when at last you shall have finished your work, whether on the battle field cr at home in tbe arms ot mend on can ev in Tour departing hour. ;. have fought the good fight, I have finished my course, I have kept the faith : hence forth there is laid up for me a crown which God the righteous Judge will give, not to ' ckt, but to all them that loves his appearing 1" . . PROFESSIONAL. G. L. Paine, D. D. L., Dentist. Office on sooth side Main street, over l'atton's Drug Store. Office hour! from 8A.M.M 11 M., ud from 1 P. 1L to S P. Jd. Xenia, Ohio. 19-ly M. S. JATCH. - 1- - XTO. Gatch & Sexton, Attoroevs aai Counsellors at Law.' Office in Dean's BuUdinz. North-west eornsr of Main as Detroit Streets, west of th Court House, Xeni...

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 February 1865

.)cii:ed btebt rmtoAT aounxa t " IXl'TJX 7VV. BROWN rcrttfi and pEOPRiEToa. ttitut-TVO B0LLAR5 Jor year, in advance Omci:-'firr Building, opposite th ourt mtmv : 0h-; c?;'i J Vol. 2. XENIA, FRDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1865. No, 14. I .TEH1IS OP -Aju VHItTISINXS : On square one insertion, r , . m. w la . uonth One-fourth eoluoin one year -t2 Oi . fld . $40 oe u Ik I'll' to no 100 OA Dm satire to consist ,ofjea Viar das? .bji. on ivpe. T'AdTWfiJWrfijtS dT'l WUHUir.iiaractar', o-uilbe paia tor in advance. Noticet ef Marriages and Deaths, free. Notice? in the i:al DcDarfment ten cent tier line. BuiiDess Curds, 'five dollars per year. PROFESSIONAL. ' . r (I 0 0 DEXTAL OFFICE First earner cut of J t Hons.- .1 y-i. i : J " V." X TRANCE First door no-tb of Main Street '"orriCS HOURS tfrcn -8, in the morning, afternoon. la-Chroolc asd local djieM prescribed for U thOifieOs, ...,, 'i j :; i "'IT.SL FINLEY, M. D., fcehctio Physiciaa. Office amresidnct,..a G. L.. Paine, D. D, L a I Ylaatiit. OSes m sou...

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 February 1865

XENIA jTIftEL. Friday, February 24, IS65. - SETII TV. EROWN, Editor. OfEee, Mala Street, opp. Covrt House. Bm of premise, by freemen anfarled I Bsseon of hopeto a waiting world! Ebining above la Che tarry throag, A rid in the murky cloudi of wrong (Heads that hall roll from their beami of light, Till the whale round dome is blae and bright. If any man attempti to haal down the Ameri aa Flag, (hoot him on the pot Jobs A. Dix. The eradle-beJ of Secession has fallen! 0 sir forces bare occupied Charleston with out fight. The last-ditch rebels of South Carolina ma3 bast fight while jet our rmj was a hoBdred miles away. This is an exhibition of Sooth Carolina bravery. Charleston shook! be burned to the ground. A to the State of Soath Carolina, itself, if Gen. Butler could bare a ditch dug round it, and have it floated out to the middle of the Atlantic ocean, the country at large would be the gainer. Of all the seceded Sutei, SuutU Carol'iBa is tho meanest. See first paseeJ aa ordinance of...

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 February 1865

HGRlCULTULVllREHOUSL DETROIT ZTZL'JT, XEXIA. RICHMOND rLOWS (Gxscisx), 'lUIilOXD 4 KOBESrS PLOW 7 lHITELEr PLOWS, - : MILLER PLOWS, ,.''. "'. CUTTING BOXE h . . . , , , -; rCOSS S HELLERS, - r 4 4 i . ' ' SEED feOWERS, EHOVELS, v- " Pi.DE3, roRKS, lo. ' - V-iCESTa FOR THE 'CELEBRATED WHITELEV CHAKPIO SELF-RAKER, RE APEB , AND lOWER. CLOVER, TIMOTIir, HUNGARIAN , AND BLUE GRASS CONSTANTLY ON HAND. THE ' HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASH PAID FOR ALL KIND OF FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS, , .V.,:' ALSO, DEALERS IN IRON ''STOVES AXD TINWARE. JefTeries & Carey. GROCERIES AND LIQUORS! - HErmY FAKREL'S, Opposite the old Depot JjuUdlng, Detroit . Street, Xenia, 0. rt.mrj barrel take, this method of Informing the "oiliMBt of Xenta, and turroooding country, that at has reeeatly added a great deal to hit former r- , J Urge Rock ef -. , .Ami is now, and at all times, propared to fumih ' kit customers with the best of everything in hi. Km of bniioeas, and at the must RF.i S OXA RLE " FIG UR E S. . i , ...

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 February 1865

Original Poetry. Original Poetry. IN MEMORIAM. . Siltiag in my soldier's mansion, . ; On ieis dreary, rainy eve', ,1-tUsk'e? cen, o far distant,.. Some of which will make me grieve, Asiof f e.H ta memory . -. '"" "TLc Lo've Toug&t their battle o'er, And viEo've fallen lor their country,- Vho will with us be no more. f- - - " ' 7 -i r- ' tvUL iiy &o more will battle, , t TVey -will march, with- ua more; . -. Leaden showers will not rattle Ecuud them for' they're gone before, Their young lives they yielded-nobly ' . . To sustain our country's eause, . Ac 1 U fYrce from traitorous legion horrn-re'to our golden Taws.., ' They hare gone, this Earth" no longer Sees them enter into fight, 1'ut their memory makes us stronger, x - W bea wt'r battling for tke rlgirt. Wives ri:bthrwnii ranks we formj now; ; ' . i we raise lie glorious shout, Ve wiU think of lost comrades,. ; ' An J.our foes, we'll put to rout. . r . . . -; - -- Tae remeriiirance -of the gleriea , 1"; have woa when they...

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. — 3 March 1865

: XENIA SENTINEL'. Friday, llarcli 3, 18851 SETH W. BROWN, EDITOR. Office, on Main Street, opp. Court House. Burn of promUe, by freemen nn far led I Beacon of bopeto waiting world i Shining aboT u the (tarry throag, A rift is the murky clouds of wtodj Clouds that ihall roll from their beam of light, Till the whole round dome ii blue and bright. ' If any man attempt to haul down the Amerl can Flag, ahoot him on the epot" Jobs A. Dix. Gold closed in New York on Wednes day t 128. Comidencs ia well-informed circles begins to prevail in regard to Sherman's movements. Oil Weduesday Mr. Lincoln was form &lly notified of his re-election. ' There ia a panic in Richmond. Reb el Congressmen are running away, and there are many sign3 of evacuation. Rebel papers have nothing to say of Sherman's movement. They evi dently expect him to be successful in bis undertakings. A battle is daily expected near Pe tersburg. Grant is said to be massing bis forces for attack. The rebel papers urge that Vi...

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. — 3 March 1865

isrlzzltzid fciitaiesis I Stores. AGRICULTURAL UAP.EHOUsE - - EfiTEOIT STREET, XENIA. - --- . v " EICHMOND PL0T7S (Gencikx), LAYJIOXD & KOLSET'3 FLO .TVBITELEY PLOWS, ' MILLER PLOWS, 'T . -, CUTTING BOXES' ,. ' CORN S HELLERS, - ' " ' SEED SOWERS, SHOVELS, , . ."' SPADES FORKS, . . . AGESTS FOR THE ' ' 4 CELEBRATED WDITELEY ' HAMPION. SELF-RAKER, RE ArEB AND MOWER. .v-. j CLOVER, TtMO'THr, HUNGARIAN AND BLUE GRASS ' S E ED S, CONSTANTLY' 'ON HAND. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE ; , . ,- IN CASH PAID FOR ALL KIND OF FIELD ISO GARDEH SEEDS, ' . ! ALSO, DEALERS IN IRON -STOVES Jefferies & Carey. GROCERIES AND LIQUORS! HEFIRY FARREL'S, Opposite ike old Depot building, Detroit Street, Xenia, 0. Jleory PafTfl tik this method of informing the riinaiu of Xenia, and lurrounding tountry, that he bu recently added a great deal to hit former Urge etook of . " And hi now, and at ill tiraw, prepared to furnish K, eoriomer with the best of everything in his tin of btuinew, and at the molt BE A S...

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. — 3 March 1865

Select Poetry. LAUS DEO! BY JOHN G. WHITTIER. On hearing the bells rirfg for the Contti tutioDal Amendment abolishing Slavery the Lulled states. J It ia done I Clang of bells and roar of gun Send the tidings np and down. How the belfries rock and reel, Howlbe great guns, peal'bn peal, Fling the joy from town to town I EingO belli! Every stroke exalting tells Of the burial-boar of crime. Loud and long that all may bear, King for every listening ear. Of Eternity and Time 1 Let us kneel: God's own voice is in that peal. And this spot is holy ground. Lord forgive ns ! What are we, That our eyes this glory see, That our ears have heard the sound J For the Lord On the whirlwind is abroad ; In the earthquake He has spoken : He has smitten with His thunder The iron walls asunder, And the gates of brass are broken t Load and long Lift the old exulting song ; Sing with Miriam by the sea: He hath cast the mighty drown ; Horse and rider sink and down ; He balk triumphed gloriously I .Did we dar...

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. — 3 March 1865

Iiui:-TWO SOLLARS per year, in advance Orrtci: Birr Building, opposite the Court Cause, Mtia stMet, ienia, Ohio. She Jenia gtniinl, ItStrCD TBT rVDAT M0SKIS8 T OETK W. BROWN IDITOa AND PROrEIETOB. VoL 2. XENIA, FRIDAY,. MARCH 3, 1865. No. 15. XENIA TERHS OP ADVERTISING One square, one insertion " " " month . " " " year . : One-fourth eolnmn one year " half " - . $2 it 3 10 19 . . 49 ea TO It - - - ; . . 100 10 One square to consist oX ten lines or less of mia- on type. Advertisements of a tranjieatcnaracUr, must V paid for in advance. Notices of Marriages and Deaths, fre. Notices in the Local Department ten etnta ar line. Business Cards, five collars per year. PROFESSIONAL. GEO. "WATT, 1L D., D. D. S. DEXTAti OFFICE Fint eerner cut of the Cr Hoirie. " EN'TRAXCE First door no-th of Main Street OFFICE HOCKS Froo 8, is the nomine, till 'afternoon. . . SaChrooio aad local diseases prescribed for at Uie Office. R. S. FINLEY, M. D., Eelertie Phjiioian. Office aad residence, easl Main stre...

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