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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 14 April 1865

She cn'ta citfintl, moit ctbbt jrajDAT hobsiks bt SETII W. BROWN EDITOR A NO PROPRIETOR. " y,lM:.tflrO per year, la ail vanee Omen: Burr Building, opposite tie Court Heuse, Main street, Xenia, Ohio. PROFESSIONAL. GEO. "V7ATX.H. D. D. S. . DENTAL OFFICE first earner east of the Court House. ENTRANCE First door north of Alain Btreeu OFFICE HOURS Fron 8, in tte morning, till S, afternoon, ... tefc-Cnionlc and local disease! prescribe! for mX Ui otnoe. " G. L. Paine, D. D. L., Dentist. Office on south aide Main street, over Patten's Dm j Store. Office hours from 8 A. M. to 11 St, aa Irum 1 r. a. m vmw. 1-1t H. B. CATCH. 1. k. BKXTOB. Gatch & Sexton, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. OSes in Sean's Building, North-west corner of Main and Detroit Streets, west of the Court House, Xenia, Ohio. noS JOHN G. KYLE, M. D., Phrsieiaa and Surreon. Office and residence . tie. 4 east Seeend street, Xenia, Ohio. Professional tails promptly answered. R. PARTINGTON, Attorney at Law, and authorized...

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 April 1865

XENIA SENTINEL. SETH W. BROWN, EDITOR. THE DAY. THE DAY. Give Thanks---Rejoice---Celebrate. The millions we joyful to-day. The heart of the Nation responds to the brave work executed by the skill and valor of ur heroic defenders. To-day it is a proud thing to be an American. To-day millions of voices join in the glad chorus of victory. To-day the People meet to give thanks, to rejoice, to celebrate. "Our father1! God, to thee, Author of liberty, To thee we ting ; Long may oar land be bright f With freedom'e holy light; Protect ui by the night, Great God, oor King." To-day the thunders of cannon, the ex ultant shouts of multitudes, and the U deumt of triumph are borne away togeth er around the land. To-day the farmer's plow stands idle in the bursting soil. To day the door of business stands not sjar. To-day the sanctuary is filled with the rev erent thanksgiving throng. To-day the Nation is swaying and pulsating with the raighty emotions which crowd the hour. : And well may the peop...

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 April 1865

XENIA SENTINEL. Subscriptions to the U. S-7-30s Received at the First National Bank. Feb. 17, 1864. A. TRADER, Cashier. Thanksgiving Meeting. We r requested to publish the following: At a meeting of the Ministers of the City of Xenia at the Study of EeT. W. T. Findley, oa Monday, April 10th, for the purpose of making arrangements for religious services on Friday, the 14ta of April, in accordance with the proclamation of the Governor of Ohio, it was resolved, 1st .. That a union meeting of all the CharcheJ he held, to which the citizens of the City and country are invited. 2d. The meeting to take place at Doctor Harper's Church at 10 o'clock, A. II., to con tinue about an hour and a half. ' 8d. The services to consist of prayer and praise, interspersed with short addresses. 4th, During the exercises collection will tie takes for the benefit of our eick and wonnded soldiers. Our recent battles have Increased the demand for Sanitary supplies. Our citizens who hare responded so often, r...

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 April 1865

Select Poetry. MARY WALTON. 'Mary Walton ! Mary Walton 1 Ttll me, tell me, where is she II she playing with the children On the daisy sprinkled lea Gathering flowers, From the bowers? Where can Mary Walton be ? Go and seek her by the river Bending o'er the lillies fair, Wading in the crystal waters, ' See if yon can find her there. She is straying Long is staying See if Mary Walton's there. 'Hie thee to the blue waved ocean, Seek her on the pebbled strand, . G&th'ring tiny shells and sea weed In her chubby baby hand, Step ye gently Seek intently, Little footprints in the sand. "Little children hasten thither Through the dingle, o'er the lea Seek her on the hill and mountain Lead her gently home to me. Little fairy Laughing Mary -Little one, she'll come with thee." And they sped those little children Lightly-footed o'er the sand, Sought her in the shadowy Talley, Bought her in the pebbly strand, "Did ye find her, Did ye bind her, Gently to your little band?" "Mary Walton! yes, v....

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. — 21 April 1865

ItfCSD IVCBT rRIDAT M0K!I5S IT SETII W. BROWN EDITOR AKD PROPRIETOR. Tsaiu: TWO DOLLAR? pr yea, ia advano 0mc: Barr Building, opposite ths QraM, Vain itmt, Xenia, Ohio. Court She fetixh gttttintl PROFESSIONAL. GEO. 7ATT, II. D., D. D. S. DEXTAL OFFICE Fint earner east of the Vourt How. EXTRAS First door north of Main Street OFFICE HOURS Fron 8, in the morning, till I, afternoon fcjl.Chronle and local diseasei prescribed for i toe Office. G. L. Paine, D. D. L.s tentUt. OSee en south tide Main street, orer fatten' Imr 6 tore. Office hours from 8 A. . to 11 M., and from 1 P. M. to 4 P. M. Xenia, Ohio. M-ly . . 04TCK. J. a. SEXTOS. Gatch & Sexton, Attorneys and Counsellors at Law. Office in Dsan's Building, North-west corner of Main and Detroit Street, west of the Court House, Xenia, Ohio. JOHN G. KYLE, M. D., IVeiii and Burgeon. Office and residence !. t eaetSeemid street, Xenia, Ohio. Professional call promptly answered. R. PARTINGTON, Attorney at Law, and authorised A root for 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. — 21 April 1865

XENIA SENTINEL. " SETII W. BROWN, 'Editor.- Office, en Mala Street, opp. Court lloase FRIDAY, APRIL 21,1 0 sonntions KcceiTCd at 13- Biran of prom'ue, by freemen unfurled! Bmooa of hup to a waiting world! ginning above i the starry throng, " A rift ia the murky clouds of wrong f loudl that ihall 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, hoot him ou the epoL" Jons A. Dix. ' . ABRAHAM LINCOLN. We know nor what will be recorded in the page of impartial history. We are in the shadow of great events. We are lia ble to arrire at wrong conclusions. Much that appears false to us now, will be the stern truth of history ; and much thst appears truth to us now, will be false in the searching eye of future ages. We are at the focus, the culminating point, of a conflict that originated previous to the be ginning, of this century. Friyate indi viduals and presidents; armies and states are tossing in the wil...

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. — 21 April 1865

Agricultural Implements & Stoves. AGRICULTURAIYAREHOUSE. .DETROIT STREET, XEMA. RICHMOND FLOWS (G excise), RAYMOOT i EOBETCTS PLOW .WIIITELEY TLOTTS, ., ,.' MILLER, PLOWS, . l7 -.: . " CUTTCTG EOXES1 - ' . CORN SIIELLERS, . " SEED SOWERS, : SHOVELS. ' SPADES, FORKS, &o. ' ACTETTTS-rORTHE CELEBRATED WTIITELEY . II AMPION SELF-RAKER, REAPEE ' ". . AND ilOWER. CLOVER, XDIOTHrnUNGARIAN AND BLUE GRASS SEEDS, CONSTANTLY ON HAND. THE IIIGI1E3T MARKET TRICE ; IN CASH PAID FOR "1 ALL KINlTOF " " . FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS. : '- ALSO, DEALERS IN IHON STOVES ITIXWAR'E. - Jefferies & Carey. GROCERIES AND- LIQUORS ! at- HENRY FARFJEL'S, Opjioitic the vhl Dyot building, Detroit Strxty Aestce, norjr Parrel taloM thia method of informing the cirireua of Xenia, and surrounding country, that j he uaa reccnLlj added a rcat deal to hie former - forge uek rf . - . - - GROCERIES : AND" LIQUORS ! Aud U nnw,and at 11 times, prepared to furnish his rutomers with the best of everything in his liiic...

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. — 21 April 1865

Select Poetry. OVER THE RIVER. Over th. river they beckon to me Loved ones who've passed to the future ide; lm of their inovT robes I tee. But their voices are lost in the dashing tide. There's one wiih ringlets of sunny fold, And eye refiectioni of heaven own bine; Ee croised in the twilight grey and eold, And the pale mit hid him from morttl view; Ve law not the angels who met him there, The gates of the city we eould not see Over the river, ever tho rirer, Mj brother stands waiting to w.loom. me I her the river the boatmen pale Carried another, the household pet; Her brown enrls waved in the gentle gale Darling Minnie 1 I see ber yet. She caressed on her bosom her dimpled hands, And fearlessly entered the phantom bark, U felt it glide from the silver strand, And all our sunshine grew strangely dark ; TTe know she is safe on the further side, Where all the ransomed and angels be Over the river, the mystic rirer, My childhood's idol it waiting for roe. For none return from those qn...

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. — 28 April 1865

mn itui miDiT horhiho r SETH "VV- XDITOR AND PEOPRIETOB. T : TWO DOLLAR? per jw, la advance Ornn-Bur Building, opposite the Court Hou, Main street, Xenia, Ohio. 8fe jfonia Sentinel, UN EL Vol 2. XENIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1865. No. 23 XENIA TE UN ADVERTISING : One; WEsr. $2 00 3 00 10 00 . 40 00 70 00 One-fourth column cot year " half " " " " " . 100 00 One squars to eonsist often lines or less &f min on type. Advertisements of a transient character, must b paid for in advanca. Notices of Marriages and Deaths, free. Notices in the Local Department ten eenta pf ine. Business Cards, five dollars PROFESSIONAL. DENTISTRY'. GEO. TTATT, II. D., D. D. S. DEXTa.Ii OFFICE First earner cut of the Court Heate. . ENTRANCE Tint door north of Main Street OFFICE HOURS Froa 8, in the morning, till I, afternoon. 9,CbrooIe ud local diseases prescribed for tttaeOSee. G. L. Paine, D. D. L., Doetlrt. Office on south ide Main street, over Patton's Drag Store. Office hours from 8 A. M. to 11 aC., and fr...

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. — 28 April 1865

XENIA SEy-SE- jL. SETn W. BRO' or. Office, on Main Street, opp. Court House. FRIDAY, APRIL 28, 1865. Basher of promise, by freemen unfurled ! Beacon of hope to a waiting world! Shining above is the starry throng, A rift in the murky clouds 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 Amori ao Flag, shoot him on the spot." John A. Dix. Killing of Booth. At this writing Thursday noon we have a report, eaid to he based on an offi cial dispatch from Stanton, that Booth, the murderer, was killed on Wednesday night in Maryland. So be goes to bis grave of infamy, while yet the body ot his victim ia being followed to its honored rest by a Continent in tears and lamentations. Sherman's Surrender. We publish elsewhere in this paper the agreement entered into between Gen erals Sherman and Johnston. Every one can read the terms of Sherman's surrender for himself, and can then adopt Buch con clusion...

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. — 28 April 1865

Agricsitaral Implements & Stores. AGRICULTURAL WAREHOUSE. DETROIT STREET, XEXIA. RICHMOND TLOWS (Gzxcine), EAY5IOXD & ROBERT'S PLOW TfHITELEY PLOWS, , MILLER PLOWS, CUTTING BOXEi CORN SHELLERS, ' ' 'SEED SOWERS, SHOVELS, SPADES, FORKS, &c AGENTS FOR THE e " CELEBRATED WniTELEY CHAMPION SELF-RAKER,REArE5 -AND JIOWER.. CLOVER, TIMOTHY,' HUNGARIAN AND BLUE GRASS ' SEEDS, C'St ANTLY. ON 'II AND. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE . .. JN CASH PAID FOR , ' -. 'AtL KIND OF FIELD AND GARDEN SEEDS. .; ; ALSO, DEALERS IN IRON STOVES AND TINWARE. JeJXeries & Carey. GROCERIES AND LIQUORS! HENRY FARREL'S, Opposite tlu old Djot luthltny, Detroit ' Strectj Xtniia, 0, Henry Farrel takes this method of informing the iUE9Di of Xenia. aad eumiundinjr, country, that be hie recently added a great deal to his farmer large stock of tIBOCERiES AND LIQUORS! And if now. vd at all times, prepared to furnish bis tixf.'-: tbe beet of everything in his liu o' . -. 1 at the most VJ:. : rDLE ' FIGURE S. (AL...

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. — 28 April 1865

Wit and Humor. Aim at Something. Arthur Gilman in one of his public addressee, tell what he calls "an Andover Story." One day, he says, a tak went into a store there, and began telling about a fire. "There had never been such a fire," be said, 'in the county of Essex. A man going Deacon PeUigill's barn saw an owl on the ridgepole. He fired at the owl, and the wad ding somehow or other getting into the shingles, set the hay on fire, and it was all destroyed ten tons of hay, six head of cattle, the finest horse in the country." && The deacon was nearly craied by it. The - men in the store began exclaiming and com menting opon it "What a loss 1" says one. "Why, the deacon will well nigh break down under it," says another. And so they went on, speculating one after another, and the conTersation drifted on in all Borts of conjec tures. At last a quiet man, who sat spitting in the fire, looked up and asked : "Did hit the owlf That man was for getting the point of the thing. Let al...

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. — 5 May 1865

'' 'yT tssced luir ri9ir MOBxmq 'f ':! 0ETII fiROWN P" c - 'iJitta' IsD'rVorairroR. - ,-.tt c T TWODCfEtsRSperyenr.rn advaae .. i. -:-. " - ... - ci-t '"cwo:-.ErT BiiWtS-PIwi Court r 1 ", vol's: XENIA, FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1865. No. 24. LP A TEE TiVT.'TJTTQTTVm . One sqnarej ar . $2 00 . ,-a . " " "year . One-fourth column one year ' half 3 fl( . . , 10 00 . 40 00 i -y: O vu One square to consist of ten lines or lest of min- Adrertisements of a transieatcharacter, must be paid for in advance. Notices of Marriages and Deaths, free. Notices in the Local Department ten cent per ins. Business Cards, five dollars per year. IIS'I .nor ,nu f i J pJoF S S X6N AT.; DBIJTISTBY. i. -r -. .Cra"T7ATT; 1X-D.V,D.;'D. S. .'".SI-iEVTil"oJFlCEi-Rt corner of the " " watt Roue. - .".'. !- ! ",Vc- KSTRANCB yiMor Borth rfMaj Street ,o "oryjcit H0CX3 Froo 8, in the morning, till (, aUa. ' ' feCfcnate u local diteases prescribed fur 3 JveO -A. . BmuC OF on tooth side Main street, over (Vut't ort ' Offie hoor -fr...

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. — 5 May 1865

XENIA &fTINEL. . StOTC, - I US' DrroR - Office,' en Msr" i, opp. Conrt Hoik. FRIDAY, MAY 5, 1865, 3asb of promise, by freemen uafarled ! Beacoa of hope to awaiting world! . " Ebioing above is th starry throag. Clouds that shall roll from their beams ef light, Tiil Um whole found dome it blu and bright. ' Iff mttmmnntm In V a 111 ilnwH ill A Jmri. aa Flag, shoot hint od tbe. spot" Johs A. Dix. um; iivi. .. . - - j was buried. Tie :a till ori ties had it le tretlj conjreyed away, an! putio some ob scure place.' .!;.-.. ' It is reported that tbe President in tends soon to bsue a proclamation decla ring rebel pritatters to be pirates. From thrse to four hanlred miHiorii of United States Bonds arc now held in Eu rope. i '.'i : The rebel jam' Webb las been destroy. ,L - i : :, ' ' A member of General Grant's staff bas left 'Wasbingtoa for Cairo t investigate tbe canse oT tne buitana flisaster, py wuicn fourteen hundred lives ,'were.loit. . A formidable jjlot to burn Philadelphia was d...

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. — 5 May 1865

.'. h f r- 4 i u .'W . -O .i .lirlczltaral InplemtcLs & Stores. I'LTU-'LAV'-EIJOUSE. DETROIT STEEKTXEXIA. :' ?i j 1 '' RATKQXD t KOBERT'SPLOW. f -' :-" " '"if - i - WHITELEY PLOT'S, . -T ' 'MILLER PLOWS, r'T?TTrva-TyYP CORXSHELLERS, ,.LED SOWERS, ft. u V V AJ 'f PACE3,- PORKS, 4c." sc. lit : -- ' " ' ACESTg KOR TOF1 t" CELEBRATED W fl ITEIEr CII AXIPION SELF-R AKES.RE APE j' AXD 3J0WER. I tAAM iiJIUiUi, Uli.AUUA AND-BLUR GRASS-? SEEDS, CONSTANTLY ON HAND; THE ' 1 HIGHEST MARKET TRICE i.:t i ..... . ) i IN CASH PAID TOR I .cf.HLL KINDOP .j . FIELD MD.GARDtHSEEO. Soffit' ALSO, pEALERS lA SnON: STOVES . , , - f JefTeries & Carey. :l ' ::CERIES-AKD LIQUORS! ! " - - t- - . jIjSrmY. 'FARREL'S, Dean Farrd takei tWi method of inf ifminr the ' ot Xenix, aad sarrundin( enantry, that a has reeeatly aaaed a grcut dcat to an furnier larg eteea f LEQCERIES Ami U saw. u4 at alUiatu. nrewe4 in famish U ruftomcrs with the bet of ver;tiii in his i : - I - ti. t ; BEASOXABLE Vff URE S. 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. — 5 May 1865

Select Poetry. Select Poetry. EGO AND ECHO-A PHANTASY. Select Poetry. EGO AND ECHO-A PHANTASY. JOHN G. SAXE. .a : 1 MVeil 'of &o,:toti'r drr - - (Whole words. are Jew and often foawj) Of courtship, love,' and tuaUirabny ?' - tjuoth Echo, plainly 'Matter 'o Honey f .- Whom shonlS I marry T--ehouId it be t' A dashing damsel, gay od pert A pattern of "inconstancy; i - - " ' Or selfish mercenary flirt? Quota Echo, with decision, ' Nary .flirt I' 1j Xrtrjf-fa?rcf aV ticitrifff 11 i-, , That lone has lnred the dear deeei-ver .7 ( Site vromisad to Wea-duer life,-'1-' ' Site promisad And tin no more : -t . Oanfh. EthowUTi decision, Leave kerr T f.!W7 .. .-- ''" '' , T -But if some tnaiaefVvrilfi a rheart, ; t x .-. On me shoald venture to bestow it,". ,fry should I act the wiser part . To take tbe treasure, or torero it r Quoth obo, verr sronrpUy, Go it T But what if seemingly' afraid To bind her fate in Hymea'a fetter, , She tow she mesas to die a mard, j r r ; InsTiswer to? mf loving ...

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. — 12 May 1865

'iKICEO EVERT rtlDAT MOB5I5Q 2T " IDirda AND PEOPEIETOH. 1e5 : TWO DOLLARS per year, iir adranee ,Omc: Birr Building, opposite th Court Uotue, Maiuei, Xenia, Ohio. XENIA Vol. 2, SWWTT N ITT i XENIA, FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1865. No. 25. ADVERTISING; rs n ; t-t OnesT-2- 1 .i;on . , . - . $2 89 " .... 3 00 Ori-f',urth ess1- ear . . 49 Ot " hilf . . 70 00 . , 100 00 One s dcr'o to consist of ten lines or less of min cn trpe. Ad -er:i?emonts of a trans-eat character, must b paid f,r in advance. : Notices of Marriages and Deaths", f.-ftclu-es in the Local Department ten Asts per ii,e. Business Cards, five dollars per je&fs PROFESSIONAL, ' 4T0. -A?ATr, 11 D., D. D. S. DESTAL OFFICE First corner east of the oart House. - f,XTRANCE First door co-th of J"am Street. ,A OFFICE HOCKS Iron 8, in the morcing till f, afternoon. , :Chrouic and local diseases prescribed fur :t Lje QZfB. ; ; . G. L. Paine, D. D. L., jinrist. Office on loath tide Main street, over Jatiou's Drug Store. Office hours from 8 ...

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. — 12 May 1865

XENIA SbSIL. ' SETH V. BROWN, Editor. Office, on Main Street, opp. Court House. FRIDAY, MAY 12, 1865. iimiiiMi . Basses of promise, by freemen irafurle J ! Beaeon of hope to availing world! ' 6bining above ia the Harry throngi A rift in the murky clouds of wrong Cloudi that shall roll from their beams of light, Till the whole round dome is blue and bright. ... ' f any man attempts to haul down the A meri ean Fli, ehoot him on the epoL" Jobs A. Dix. RESUME OF THE WEEK. " The private and public schools in Richmond are all re-opening, and are doing well under Union rule. Sever al Schools for colored children are al so in a. flourishing, condition. Rich mond is under the Federal Flag, and :Ehe begins to prosper. It is announced that Edwin .booth, .a brother of the assassin, has left the Itage, with the determination never to return to it.", , ' , .Gen. Sheridan arrived at Washing- ton on last Sunday. - Gen. Wade Hampton refused to! 'Urrender to Gen. Shetman. . The reason of Lis refusal ...

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. — 12 May 1865

Asrlcttitaral Implements & Stoves. AGRICULTURAL WABEKOUSL . r . . DETROIT STUEET, XKS'IA. - ' . ' EICnMOND TLOWS (.Gescine), -JlXlblOXI! & HOBERT'3 TLOW WIIITELET TLOTVS, .i t&iu:ii PLOWS, rf'ZJ '?,', CUTTING BOXES' i'-fi xCORN SHELLERS, SEED SOWERS, EVADES, FORKS, &c: .''i ' A ' AGEXTS fOft THE r , CELEBRATED WniTELEY CHAMPION SELF-RAKER,REArEr-AND MOWER. CLOVERjTI-MOTnr, HUNGARIAN . -AND ELUfi GRASS . "seeds, CONSTANTLY ON - IIAND. THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE .' j. f IN QA?g PAID FOR r'rr" AXLHINI) OF FIELO AND GARDtS SEEDS, s- ALSO, DEALERS IN IRON-STOVES AND rr i :v w iz iz . ;i Jefleries & Carey-. GROCERIES AND LIQUORS! at HENRY FARREL'S, : Oppotitt the old Dqwt huilihg, Detroit ; V . ' .,' I filreeL, Xalitly 0. t Henry Farre! takes this method of informing the eitioi.of Xeoial. nd surrnun'iTn)r country, that h btK recently added' a gnsat deal to hia former - - - - large stock of mm m uqugrsi And ij now. and at all tiaies, prepared to furnish V.i tntuiittn with...

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. — 12 May 1865

Select Poetry. HEARTS AND TREES. From laugnicg l!p cf grey-eyed morn A fresher tide of fife is gushing; About the bottom of the thorn Tlie maiden bud ircoyly WusLing. I feel upon-jse, like a band . Lifting me up; tire weight of Spring-; And as the baby leaves expand. J!y spirit seems awakening-. Eath then this mingled life of ours Anght of a tidal' ebb and flow ? Hath man a sympathy with flowers, Doth he, with them, revive and grow? A may be so ; for Life is Eiie, Intense or subtile, Tfeag-or ieM-'; And wages the eternal strife With death and darkness, world all o'er. Ib youth we seek to crve our name Deep-lettered on some hearths of worth , And, fancy we may trace the same Till Time reatorelh earth to earti : Jfor know that, as on living tree, Roujh bark will overgrow our toil, As surely will the world ; and we But hail this knowledge with a smile. ;. A1 smile, to think it 'scaped out sense, How like in this were hearts and tree So soft to court our confidence, So swift to hide bur...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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