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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 10 March 1865

Tcoaa: TWO B0LLAR3 per year, in advance Ornri: Burr Building, opposite the Court Eo Main street, Xenia, Ohio. She gtnfa j5nftnel, IIHID IVIKT FRIDAT B0B5JS6 IT BETH W. BKOWN EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. PROFESSIONAL. IDEISTTISTBY. GEO. "WATT, 1L D., D. D. S. DESTAL OFFICE Firet corner east of the Coort House. ENTRANCE First door no-tb of Main Street OFFICE HOCUS Fron 8, ia the morning, till i5, aftermooa. ... "SCbronIo and local diseases prescribed lor at bie OfEc. R. S. FINLEY, M. D., Scteette Phviieiaa. Office and residenoe, east htain atreet, Xeaia, Ohio. G. L. Paine, D. D. L.f DantisL Office on eonth side Maia street, over Patton's Drug Store. Office hoars from 8 A.M. to 11 XI., and from 1 P. M. to 5 P. M. Xenia, Ohio. Sf. D. 04TCH. 1- a- seitoh. Gatch & Sexton, Attorneys and ' Counsellors at Law. Office in Paan't Building, North-west corner of Main and petroit Streets, west of the Court House, Xenia, Ohio. noS JOHN G. KYLE, M. D., Physician and Surgeon. Office and residence No. i...

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 March 1865

XENIA SENTINEL Friday, Karch 10, 1865. SETH W. BROWN, EDITOR. Office, on Main Street, opp Court House. liiini of promise, by freeman unfurled t Bmcod of hope to a waiting world ! 6bining above il the starry throng, A rift la the murky clouds of wrong Cloade that shall roll from their beams of light, Till the whole round dome U blue and bright. ' tf any man attempt to hanl down the Ameri can Flag, ehoot him on the pot" Jobs A. Dir. "With malice toward none, with charity for all. with trrooex in the right, a God pves us to fee the right, let as strive to finiih the work we are in, ts biad ap the nation ' wounds; toe re for him who hall hare borne the battle, and for hit widow and hit orphans ; to do all which may achieve and cher ub a Just and lasting peace among ourselves and with ail nations." To Our Readers. Advertisement' haye been crowding on ofir space so much tLb week that our amount of reading matter ia unavoidably cut abort. Several articles are left over until next week. Ind...

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 March 1865

Agrlccltar&l Icplenenti & Stores. AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE. ' DSTnOfT STREET, XENIA. HIClTMOND PLOWS (Gexcixe), r EAYMOXD & ROBERT'S PLOW WIIITELEY rLOWS, MILLER PLOWS, . CUTTING BOXES" CORN SLTELLERS, SEED SOWERS, SHOVELS, ' SPADES, FORKS, &o. - ACEST8 FOR THB ; CELEBRATED WHIT ELEY HA MPION SELF-RAKER, REAPEB AND JIOWER. i CLOVER, TIMOTUr, HUNGARIAN AND BLUE GRASS SEEDS, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE IN CASn PAID FOR ALL KIND OF HELD AND GARDEN SEEDS, ALSO, DEALERS IN IRON STOVES AND TINWARE. . Jefferies & Carey. GROCERIES AND LIQUORS! HENRY FARREL'S, Opposite the old Depot building, Detroit Street, A'enia, O. Henry Farrel takes this method of informing the viuseas of Xenia, and surrounding country, that ke haa recently added a great deal to his former large stock of Aaa is now, and at all times, prepared to furnifh tls customers with the beet of everything in his Vas of business, and at the most RE A S 0 XA BLE FIG UR E S. ,ALL KINDS OF GROCERIES,...

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 March 1865

Select Poetry. ENDURING AFFECTION. BY JOSEPH H. BUTLER. TThen absence rends the sacred tie ' ' That binds two bearta in constancy, Why fiitws the tear and heaves the sigh, To mortal atldom, told; Why do we prize t gift, though small, A simple flower a treasure call A lock of hair, more worth than all Calconda's mines of gold ? And should the treasured name be said, A thrill of pleasing pain will-spread, Mingled T"iia joyous hope or dread, Prompting the sonl to pray For those, who, absent on the main, May never greet out eyes again, Or to their own our bosoms strain, In life's uncertain day ! 'Tis that a sympathetic cord Constrains the soul, and each dear word Spoken by those will then aflord ; - Our hearts a thrill of bliss ; 0, 'tis a rapture angels know, The purest men may taste below, God 8 best and holiest gift" hen so Affection meets like this I The Judge and his Demijohn. A good joke is told of a Judge in New Hampshire. He always kept a demijohn of pood Jamaca in his office, f...

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 March 1865

iiujci iucj rainar Bonn mo sir SETn W. BROWN t-j: TWO B9LLAR3 perySir, Is advaa Orrtci: Baw-BuiluMg,- opposit th Court Ehi, Alain street, Xjnia, Ohio, . , ,-- t ' : " "' " ' ' ' " ' ' "' ' ' ,. RO p e s sional. -bE3.-i7ATr;iL-D.;; d.;.d. s. bEXTAL iOFFICE First earner tut f the ttort Umh.- . . . i - aSXTRANCEFirrt dm ao-th of Mai Street ,-pFFXCfi UQUIiS Frto 6, ia th morning, nil v, afternoon. -tsJ-Cbruiilc ud loe-J diseases prescribed lor Wta Office. . : . - - :. .,tG L. Paine, D; D. L., bentiet. Office oa tooth Tide Main street, orer I'auosfiDrug Str. - OS a hour from $ A.M. to il M aaa froa ir.U.Wir.11. Xeaia, Ohio. l-ly - - , :: kc- , : 'k', . CATC. J. A. F.XTOK. Gatch Sexton, 'Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. Office in bean's JJaildinj, North-west corner of Main ami fcctrait Etrecta, it of the Court Eouse, Xcoia, .', i ' .--V t.J ' i Dli0- '.;,',-,'. : JOHr-O. KYLE, M. D., See and retideoce 4 ea 8 , - ' ; 1?!,'o. -rofenioiEST MAEKEl frcd. - - Attorney at La, uil authorited Ajr...

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 March 1865

XENIA SENTINEL Friday, Karch 17, 1SG5. SETII W. BROWN, Editor. 0e, o Main Street, opp. Court Hone. tkMU of promise, by freemen Bnfurled 1 Iumi of hope t awaiting world! Shining above is tbe starry throag, A rifl ia the murky clouds of wrong Clouds that shall roll from their beam of light, Till the whole round don bla ui bright. If any man attempt! to haul down the Ameri cas. Flag, ihoot bits on the spot" Joax Due "With malice toward noae, w'tb. charily for all. with fernowi is the right, af God giro as to see the right, Ut ui strive to 4oisa tb work wo are in, la biad op ths nation's wounds; to earo for him who baH hara borat tb battle, and for hti widow and hi orphan to do all which may achieve and eb.r bk a jntt aad luting peace among ourselves and with, ail nations." Gen. Cox has Occupied Kinston. Bragg evacuated the Place and retreated. ,Ta draft ttm cwm-ded in Stir York eitj oa Wednesday. Toe news from tbe ann.es encircling Itfcmod u tigblj favorable. Generals Crook ind Kell .b...

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 March 1865

rsl InjIencs'J & Stores. 1 1 - Hr.lCULTGRiL;v;nr.EKCUSE. DET&CIT STCEST, XE-MA. EICnilClv'D rLOTS (Gums),' TTHiTLLX t'LOTTS, rr: c FILLER PLOWS, CUTTING- DO: E2 "7" T ' f COP.X SHELLERS, SEED SOWERS, ESOVELS, j ; .: v.PijDES, PORKS, tc. AGENTS FOR THE CELEBRATED WHITELEr niliPIoi SELF-RAKER, REAPEB "''AND MOWER. ' I CLOVER, TDIOTUr,' HUNGARIAN VjAXD-BLUE GRASS' ' CONSTANTLY ON HAND. THE '-EIG&EST MARKET ;PRICE LN CASH PAID JFOR ; -" ' ALL KIND OP FIELD B.D.EiRBEN SEEDS. ALSO, DEALERS IN ... IHON "STOVES T I 1ST W,A. It E . .'""JefTeries & Carey. C:CCESIS:JIKD; LIQUORS! Oppenitt the old Ik pot building, Detroit vi f . . . Street, Xeuia, 0. Henry Parrel takes this method of informing the litres of Xenia, and surrounding country, that kt has- recently added a jrmt deal to bit former :- large stock of EjCERIES AND LIQUORS ! And U w, and at a!l times, prepared to furnish klj rastaaert witk til. ket of everything in his tin of Inuiaen, and at the moat UE&S dXA BLE FIG ...

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 March 1865

Select Poetry. POETICAL QUOTATIONS. BY GEORGE E. SEYMOUR. PATRIOTISM. Give me the death of those Who" fur their country die: I i.a i (.i, txr mine l:ke their repose, Jr, " When eoid aud low they lie 1 Their loveliest mother earth Enshrines the fallen brave; I ber fet lap who- garethens biTth, .Ja-j- fijd. their tranquil frrt. , ' - " Be just and fear not; - . . -Let all the ends thoa aim'st at be thy coun try's, Thy God s, aud truth's, then if thou fall's, O Cromwell! ' - '-',,'' Thou fall'st a blessed martyr. Shakrptare. , - . To fight , la a Jnjt cait. and for our country's glory, Is Bia beat of the bestf men ; And to decline when these motives urge, Is infamy beneath a coward i baseness. ,..,.. Mavard. The sword mny pierce the bearer, " Ft'.x.i r.l's in time may sever; ' 1 IT hii.irt alone, - . V. - Worth steel and stone That keeps men free fore ve r ! .Voore. TJ,7r l".;e swords of former time, ' -' 0, for the men who bore them ; ,-Wh.-u jii :i.f I for rifrlit, they stood sublime...

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 March 1865

t -tsw. TWb B0LLAK5 per year, in advance Orrica: Barr Building, opposite the Court Cess KaiJl Xai Ohio. , . ," ... Site jgenta -JSuntinei, ' 1S1CXD SJVIXT FRIDAT IT OETII W. BROWN EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. PROFESSIONAL. .t CLO. T7ATT, 1L D., D. D. S. .' BEyTAL OFFICE First eerner east of the Court House. E XT R A X CE First door no-th of Main Street V OFFICE HOURS From g, in the morning, till ft - V-, ..-.., ' ' !ta.Caroiile and local diseases prescribed for ,t tae Clltco. G. L. Paine, D. D. L., Deaiirt.- CSeesm tonth sids Main street, over Psboa's prug Store. Omct hours from B A. . to 11 M., and from 1 P. ii. to i P. M. Xenia, Ohio. M. tt. C1TCB. J. A. ISXTOX. Gatch & Sexton, AttToeys and Counsellors at Law. Offies in TVaa1 Buildise, Korth-west eorner of Main and Detroit EtroMa, west of the Court House, Xenia, Unit, JOHN G. KYLE, M. D., FhysicUe and Surgeon. Office and residence . a aattSeetisd street, Xenia, Ohio- , . Professional calls promptly answered. : ' R. PARTINGTON, - Atv...

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 March 1865

iXENEaTSENTINEL . i Friday, Ilaxch 24, 1SS5. SETH W. BltOTO,. Editor. thUce, on Main Street, epp. court Jionse. f . :: r Bastxke of promise, lj freemen unfurled ! Becoc of hope to awaiting world! gaining above if the (tarry throag, I ' -A rift is til nark j clouds of wrong , loads that shall roll from their beams of light, Till the whole round dome U Hoe and bright. tf any man attempt to haul down the Ameri cas Flag, ihoot him on the poL" Jh A- Six. "With malice toward none, with charity for all, with Brmneei in the right, aa God givea us to see k ;ht !. in mtrivm tn finish the work we are in. o triad p the natioc'e wound'; to care for bim who jhail have borne the battle, and for nil widow and lie orphans ; to do all which may achieTe and eher tih a just and lasting peace among ourselves and ;wito ail nations." t ,. " It is reported that Gen.' Sherman's army has occupied Goldsboro. , ; When Eragg evacuated Kineton he re treated in the direction of Raleigh. Yerj important and excitin...

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 March 1865

Asrlc'cltiral Inrlener.UA Stores. "JLGRICULTURAL.UAREHQUSE. tu .' ; .' mi d. u ' : ' ; ' DETROIT STREET, XENIA- '') ' "-. "- i I t - VHITELEY PLOWS, f j killeu plows; ;..- SEED 'BOWERS, 'SPADTS;; FORKS, o. t I "agexts for the "J C2Iu2niA.TED.TriIITELEX HAIPIO SELF-RAKER, REAPEB . AND MOWER. I -i.f -, (' -. ; ' j PLOYER, TDIOTHY, HUNGARIAN '""'ISP BLUE GRASS CONSTANTLY .ON HAND. . ) THE ! ,. niGHEST -JIAEKETPRiCE , Y IN CASH PAID FOR 1 L-H ALL -KIND -OF- - FiEiXO GARQES SEEDS. ALSO,! DEALERS IN EHONrSTOVES i v r ? T I TV WA RE. r.vjefferies Car'eyi J r. ; ".- - -. . . I CnCCEFJES AKDJ.IQUQRS! Qpos&e f .oM Depot Ituilding, Detroit '. 'J Strctt,' JCenia. O. ' ' ' Bear? Ftt1 Ule fhia method of informing the atifta.' otXeou. and surrounding country, that he aj rcaUy. added & groat deal to his former " . ' large stock of Asfd it trow, .ad mt ill timet, prepared" trt burnish his kutoBr with th beat of eTwyihias in hia tje of .bttsiuMi, rd t the most SEASONABLE FI GURES. ALL-KlNpS.-...

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 March 1865

Select Poetry. SOUTH CAROLINA. 1865. Bibold her now, with restless, flashing eyes, Crouching, a thing forlorn, beside the way 1 D.V-IJ v..-...:..-,-. 1iBM I, .... n.l . lav -Witi. athet of her costly sacrifice I Eow changed the once proud State that led the strife, Ahd flung the war-cry first throughout the ' landf '. rSee helpless now the parricidal ihd ' fi"hieh aimed the first blow at the nation's life I The grass is growing in the city's street, Where stand the shattered spires, the broken walls ; And through the solemn noonday silence falls The sentry's footstep as he treads his beat. Behold once more the old flag proudly wave Above the ruined fortress by the sea I t'o longer shall that glorious banner be '- The ensign of a land where dwells the alare. Hark ! on the air what swelling anthems rise .japso'cied people, by the sword set free, Are chanting now a song of liberty; Hear how their voices echo to the skies I 0 righteous retribution, great and just I Bebold the palm-tree ...

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 March 1865

wru iruz nnxr morsim it . OETHW. BROWN 1OIT0R A5D PBOrEIZTOa. Taas: TWO B0LL1RS per year, im advance ' n l But Building, -oppoait th Comrt , Kaia street, Xenia, Ohio. PROFESSIONAL. GL3. 7ATT, 1L D., D. D. S. CZXT1L OmCB Firit eerner cut of the Crart Htm. I5TNCBFirTt dor north of Sfiin Street OFIICa E0UR8 Iron 8, ia the morning, tiU a. aftra a. feX-Ch.rai ud local disease p'rwcribed for 4 th OfSc. G. L. Paine, D. D. L., Death. Offie ootli id Main ilrMt, orer IHttoa' Drag Star. OBe boar from 8 A- M. to It St.. ud fro I P. M. M J P. U. Xeaia, Ohio, lt-ly . . UAXCMt Gatch & Sexton, Attorneys and Coauellor at La. OSm in Deaa'a Baildiag, North-west corner of Main and ttrit 8 tree U, west of th Court House, Xenia, r " - " Ohi. JOHN G. KYLE, M. D., Pfcyaieiaa aad gnrreon. Offie and residence f. at Second street, Xenia, Ohio, frebsaicaal call promptly aajwered. R. PARTINGTON, - AHcraey at Lav, and authorised Agent for the Col tcctiea f Pensions, and all other kinds of Military laiau agai...

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 March 1865

XENIA SENTINEL Friday, llarch 31, 1S65.. t': SETS ROWN, EDiioa. . -Offlcft, a Sfufn' Street, pp. Court Honae. I x-txi E of promise, by freemen unfurled ! Beacon of hop to awaiting world! Bhinine above ii lb starry throsg, A rift in the murky elouds of wrong fui that shall roll from their beams of light, Sil! it whole round dome ii blue mi bright. C Xf any man attempts to haul down tba Ameri--aa Flag, ihoot hint on the spot." Jobs A. Dix. "Witi faaliee toward none, with ebarity for all, with trmiM so the right, God giret tu to ee -tt right, let bi strive lo finish tba work we are io, . bias sp the nation ' wounds; to ear for him who (hall bar borne the battle, and for his widew and bit orphans; to do all which may achieve nd eher- .', Wa a jt and lasting jxace among ourselves and ' wiui aJ nations. " Generals Sherman and Schofield at Goldsboro. ' " The forces of Gen. 'Sherman formed a - junction with those of Gen. ScuoSell at . Qolusboro,' oa Wednesday the 22od inst. -Gen. Sherman' a...

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 March 1865

AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE. UnniCULTUnAL VAREKOUSE. rzi: .'jit sisltt, xexia. -"' .. - - EXZZVZSV ILOTiS (CN'crNr), ''.,- -"r.iT;:::? - r.:-3ir.r5 plow v rmiiiL-iY - news, ; - ' 'TULLES PLOWS, jr-t s. .. . ... ' 'ii - r CUTTING BOXEE , CQ2r SEELLERS, . SEED SOWERS, EnOTELS. ry : , SPADES. FORKS, Ac. , . rTAGELSTS FOR THE' ' e 1:ELEERATED"wnrrELEr . &lf PI b'Sf ELF-RAKES, REAPEB f 57 AND i'OWR-' . ' V CLOVERTIMOTkr,-nUNGARIAN t"aV .t'-i.:, i'. . -. . AND PLUS GRASSY "" VS S'S ITS',- CONSTANTLY, ON,. JIAND. .: THE te' IlESTif ARKET PRICE " .t!r CASH PAID FOR f-e:a V. J ALL KIND OF -,k ,' flMf Mo BREEDS, Uiso,.EALERs in'; . i -.. ,t. .' .- : '. r " TlXWARE. "uefTeries & Carey. - GROCERIES AND LIQUORS! .'iizii 12 Y ' FARR E L'Sf XppoiU tie. old Depot- huildlnj, Detroit ITrry Fairel tKiieathif method, of .iaformtag the "feitiwiii "of erwa. nd Burroundinjr cnitn, iht k k recently added afrrestdeal to bit former . t i large stock of . '. . i. -URQCERIES AND - And t now, nd at jt!t tima...

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 March 1865

Select Poetry. POETICAL QUOTATIONS. POETICAL QUOTATIONS. BY GEORGE H. SEYMOUR. KNOWLEDGE. Kaowledje hath a 'wilderlng tongue. Aad she will stoop and lead 70a to the stars, And witch 70a with her mysteries, till gold 1 t forgotten droei, and power end fame Tojt of aa hoar, end woman's earelees lore Light M the breath that breakt iL Willit. I tnoa it ell the mourneth taita ; Knowledge by suffering entertth, At life U perfected by desth. . Mitt Barrett Knowledge comes, but wisdom lingers, And I linrer more end more, Aad tbe Indivdual withers, And the world is mere end more. Tmnyton. Ktowledge end wisdom, far from being one, T.ev ofuimta bo connection. Knowledge . . dwells In beads replete with thoughts of other men ; Wisdom, in minds attentive to their own. Cowptr. Knowledge is not happiness, and seienee Fut an exchange of ignorance for that Vi hits, U anotiier kind of ignorance. Byron. The elonda may drop down titles and estates ; Wealth may seek ns; bnt wisdom must be ought; , f-eojb...

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 April 1865

ISSUED CTKBT rBIDAT HOKXIXS IT EDITOR JtKD PBOrEIETOB. ...... ai Jt' Taans: TWO fcOLLABS per yr, advance Orrfe: Barr "adding, Opposite the ' Coort UtieUMiH itrttt, Ohio. - .,u: PEOPESSIONAL. C U U r v A t - '-' .CEO, "WATT, IL D., D. D. S. .5 DKSTAL OFFICE First cerner east ef the fTcwrt Hoase. EXTR.AXCE First door no-th of Main Street; X OFFICE HOOES-Frea 8, in the morning, till , afternoon. ., , . ... t , t-aChronie and local disease) prescribed lor at tie Office, 'G. L: f Paine, D. D. Li. Dentist. Office on tooth side Main street, over Pattern's Drat; Store. Office hours from S A. M. to 13 Hl, and fnna 1 X. JL i P. L Xenia, Ohio. "-1 ..... - :.ftTcK." ' ' . A. StXTOir. " ;- Gatch & Sexton, ' " Attorney wnd ' ' Counsellors at Law. Office In Jcao't BiuUii"f IB-west icoraer of Main and Detroit jjtreets, wesj. sl tbeCpirJ JIuuse, Xenia. no5 30HNG. KYLE, M. D., PhypicisB-aad- Snreeon. Office and r residence S'. t tastfcecnd street, Xenia, Ohiiv ' ' ' ' f rofeesional calls inwirptl...

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 April 1865

irniTT 4 riTiX"TrnT"TT?T l J JA 1 r-m . a Friday, April 7, 1885. SETII W. BROWN, Editor. Office, en Kala Street, op p. Coart Hoiie. ' tinwtu of promise, Vy freemen unfurled ! . Eimos of fiop to waiting world I , ' Shining above ii the starry throag, ' A rift in the murky clcradi of wrong Cloud that shall roll from their beam f tight, Till the whole round dome i blue and blight. If any nu attempt to haul down the Ameri can Flag, shoot him on the spot." Jons A. Diz. The End. ',' jJMen cannot -correctly predict much leas pan they shape the results of bat tle. j'Armies are in the hands of God, executing his . decrees, and -bringing about the consummations of ILa wiH. What His will may be concerning the termination of our war, no man sure ly tnows; but finite understanding eems now to point to this near result the end of the rebellion. ! There are many evidences which bring us to this belief; but the main, one is that the South, is exhausted.. .. Eight or wrong must fail where there are ...

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 April 1865

7 Agrlcoltzral Implements & S'.otcs. AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE. .. - - - . v DETROIT STREET, XE5IA. t - v - EICHMCXD PLOWS (Gjcnciki)) - '-7 rayjiond & eoserxs plow --: . ; iiitelcy tlo ,ts, duller plows,"" ".'tZ'.'l CXTIS BOXES' ' '' ' corsVheiers, ' seed-sowers, & E HOVELS, y: SPADESFORKS)' 4. rV "XCfEKTSFOB THE ; t celebrated wnrrELEr - .i HAMPIOS SELF-RAKER, REAPEB AND SIOWER, , .'. CLOVER, TIMOTHY, HUNGARIAN tf "" AND BLUE GRASS - SEED S, ' CONSTANTLY' CO HAND' - THE . , , JlIGilESTARKET- PRICfV,; IN CASH PAID FOR : ' r "Jf'i ' all'kindof FIELD AKD OARDEH SEEDS. ALSO, .DEALERS IN v IRON:,STOyES A2TD . -: .. . JelTeries &- Carey. GROCERIES, AND LIQUORS! HENRY-' PARREL'S, Opposite the old Depot building, Detroit i Street,- j&nioy (7. Henry Parrel takes this method of informing the ciuteji of- Xenia, and surrounding country, that bo iu recently added a great deal to- hi former ' targe stock of ' v ' And it now, and at all times, prepared to furnish bU customers 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. — 7 April 1865

Select Poetry. RECOLLECTION. Remember m wheulongjong years have fled; Whaaall tb is past apptart a shadowy dream, Let me nol float, a leaf upon the stream Of memory, unwept, forgotten, dead ! Remember me, if far in other lands When you can look no longer on jnj face; Do not forget the now oft-sought embrace' In clasping other, perchance stranger, hands. Remember me, if yon should win their love, When Jn will great them with a happy kiss; Remember that my lips wer one your bliss; They will not b more faithful, time will prove Remember me, if sicknes rack .your frame, If none caa eool-your feverish, aching brow; Think I would soothe yon, were I near, as now, And .tell you with soft whispers of your name. Remember me when, sTuiliBg, yon bestow A sunny glance on other eyes that shine Rfraejnber, snM tboM smiles wr only mine, Remember m, if grief should eonre to shroud Your Hfe'in all the misery of woe; ' If so-called 'friends' should pam you by, and lo! You find yourself alone in that v...

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