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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 2 February 1864

m T' w f il. Yl f i XENIA; TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1864. no. n: Vol. 1. JLJLiLid &AF&ifn tntincl, iisnib irERf 'rrisBAt onf a";" Seth "W Drown, . EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. Trf Is i-T"W(3 U0LLAR3 pr year, in advance." Orrics: But Building, opposite the Court Boo&e, Hia street, Xsnia, Ohio. Rates jf Advertisinj One square, one insertion V " . " month . . m , . TrEr .' One-tonrta eel man n year . " half " " " - . SO . $1 25 . . . -6 00 ... - $25 00 . 45 00 u a " " 80 00 Advertisements of a transient character, must be paid for in advance.-" ' ' Ifotiees of Marriages and Deaths, free. Koticea ia the Local Department ten cents per line. , . . Business Card, fire dollars per year. x. n. batch. . A. SEXTOH. Gatch & Sexton, j ' Atlcrnsys and.Counssllcrs at Law. I OFFICE: I fn Dean's Buildings j " " i North-west comer of Main and Detroit Streets, West of the Court House, Xenia, Ohio. j o5 l Geo. Watt, D. D. S., M. D. Cite n t i s tv OSce, in Thorp's Building, Main Street, orrosiTC kil...

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. — 2 February 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. SETII W. CROWN, Editor. . . Office, on Main street, cpp. Court House. TJ.ixNtn of promise, by freemen unfurled ! Beacon of hope to a waiting world 1 $ tuning above is the starry throng, A rift in the raurky eloads of wrong Clouds that iba.il roll from their beams of light, Till the whole round dome is blae tnd bright. " If any rhun attempts to haul down the Ameri can Flo;, shoot him on the spot." Joh.v A. Dir. The Thirty-fourth Ohio., regiment has re enlisted for the war. GoVERNoa Gamblk of iisouri, d'ed. on .Saturday. . 1 t t Eleven regiments in GenrfrJ-Geary's division, have re-eulisted for the'war. Tee bombardment continue of Charleston still Ir IS said that New York city will 11 Ler quota without another draft. In New Orleans, a Young Men's Union Association has been established.. Twesty-FIVE Indiana regiments have re-enlisted for. thp war. The Iloosrer State is patriotic to the very r core. All but thirty-three men, out of four hundred and forty in the Fifty-thi...

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. — 2 February 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. ARaiTK, DEFABT. KigbtExTimC.,H.4D.R, U8ak. 3.50a Cincinnati EipRU. ... 8.20 AM. 3 I f P Hail od Accommodation. . 12.24 r. 1225 am Cvlombui Accommodation. . 6-ii P 7.51 A Columbus Trains. ABRITE. DErABT. Sight Ex.. via O, H. D. R. 3.42 a . 1.25 a Cincinnati Express. . ; . 3.41 Pif. 8.26 am Mail And Accommodation. . 12.20 AH. 12.30 ru Culumbos Accommodation. 7.36 A a. 7.10 pm Dayton Trains. ABITB. DFPAKT. JTight Express. ..... 1.19 am. 3.50 ah Second Train. .... 12.10 pm. 7.45 a M Day Ei press. 7.00 p m. 3.50 p a A passenrer train arrive from Richmond (via Dayton A Western R.) at 9.22 P. a. Springfield Trains. ARR1VK. DEPART. Tint Train 7.45 a a. S.SOam Second Train. 3.40 p a. 7.10 pa Trains Leave Dayton. For CineinLai at 4.50 A. a., 8.05 A. a., 3. P. ., and 6.40 p. a. For Springfield and Sandusky, at 8.40 A. a. and 8.10 p. a. Trains Arrive at Dayton. From Cincinnati, at .50 a. a, 6. p. a., 7.45 p. a., and 12.25 A. a. Arrival and...

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. — 2 February 1864

Slit -criiaS.cntincI. ETH TtV EfiOTTN", ESltor. .Tuesday, February 2, 186-4 Winter. BY T. J. CHAMBERS. The treet are bare, tb gronnd is while, The inky clZjiis above me iy Aeros the leaden, wintry sky, - And n it dreary to the right- Ko blooming Bower, no wrring grass, 7v4iDriag-&rdimpcg the treej, JCo suf-.'.y senti (oothera breeie, . But chilling north wind harry past. Old Winter reigns with icy chain, The little rivulet iog se more; 7 With ice and anow they're covered o'er, While coldly fall the sleet and rain. Without all, all it bleak and eod, Ko verdant leaf u cheer the tXQj Ko aoftly painted aiure ky, The Ecaoe it mousful to behold. Within the lights bnra cheerfully, The blazing hearth ia warm and bright; Ah ! yei ! Withia, the wintry night It free from care, from sorrow free. Then let the cold atorms fiercely moan ; What need we care, within our home, ckeruhed oaeWithoot to roam, - -For filling snow or north-winds groan T - Old Winter! thou hast happy hours, Happier, per...

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. — 9 February 1864

TPTTi-r-.-l S 1 t i - - - - Ww . - - Vol. I. XENIA; TUESDAY,. FEBRUARY 9, 1864. No. 12. 7v " I sn t I vs f i Si ' ,i . j K - . - - - fi e tli W. Brown, - - i ' 1XIT0SL AND PROPaiETC'B. ' "TransiTiTO COLLARS p yrar, lo advanoe. Orricn: Earr Building, oppoiile the Court Hcwse, Slaia street, Xecla, Ohio. Rates jq Ad verjising : One square, one "InsertloB 50 - BODth .... fl! u ' -ear . " rr- " - 6 CO tna-toortheelussa year . . - ' .-tH M half " " " . 00 80 CO Airartiif mnU of a traasieat character, must be paid for a adraac. - - - , - r j Katiecs of Jlamage- and Deaths, Trs. Kotiee ia the Local Department tea eenU Jr tin. Easiness Card, fro eoUars pet J ear. K. . CATCK. t. A. SEXTOS. Gatch & Sexton lfrnrng;rn Jjnfj Pff'Tj '!.irt CT I 2'!,t .Uvil ujO Cud Uwuiiuoiiwid Ul LtUH OFFICE: InJDeaij's Building-, Korth-west eorner of Main and Detroit Streeta, Weat of the Court House, Xenia, Ohio. G wVatt, JD:.Da"S., JW.lD. DENTIST, CSce, in T.0?'1 Euilding, ,Kain Street, erpemi o?febriwiPiLiA...

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. — 9 February 1864

XEXJA SENTINEL. SETII V. DROWN, Edituk. Office, on Main Street, opp. Court llutise. J EeWKtt wf prwiiu" IrT fraerui-n unfurled f liearp uf h-pc to a willing world! Siiitiin alwjre '15 the starry throng, A ri!l in the murky t-iouiif uf wrong "ira li thr.t shall nit fr-iin Ofeir beams of light, Tiri the w bole ryuci n-'n: is blue aud bright. If nnj man attempt? to hanl down the Ameri can I'laj, shoot him os tho fpot." Joux A. Div. " The election t f a UuitcJ StJtCftStm at'ir, hy the Legislature of Y"est YirgiaLa, Las Lceu iudcfinite'y postponed. . Geneual Scammox, witli Lin whole giaif, was cipiured iu Y'tsU-ra Yirgiuia a few days ati. Tue rcbtls rcceutlj uiaJe an urisuc-ccj-Eful attempt tj Ciipture Cuulerlaud Gap. Ji:nlral (J rken Cr.AV Smite, rrnwirj Congress, Laa beeu indorsed hj the City Council of Covincton. The House, by a majority of eight, en the 5ttt instant, parsed a resolution in fitvor of the absolute confiscation of rebel Totx;r!y. A GiEAT fire lately occdrred at Hart for...

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. — 9 February 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. v ' i. .1 Aiama, T'-zM rx..Tir..u.p.Ji, lisak. Cincinnati Express. ." , . ..21SI. -Uil and Accouni.Hlali'.n. . 12.14 PH. 1 VvimuiHU Aceviusaodarum. ' . 6.5 i p V. 3.51a a TilA Columbus Trains. lHmTL prpAiw. y.M Ex.. via C H. A D. R. 3.12 a .' ' 1 a ViutiuuaU" Express. . . . 3.4tr. 8.2 a Mail and Accommodation. 12.2UAX. 12i0r , Coluuioul Accommodation. i 7JC a B. -. 7.1 FX Dayton Trains. arkivk. rrriKT. 3i2ht Express. . 1 .' 1.1 a .. 3.jOA Second Train. . . . 12.10 r a. 7.4j A Hay i press. . 7JM r x. 3-aOra A pais?n!rer train arrive from Richmond (via 'Eaytoa A Western B-) at S.22 P. If. ' - Springfield Trains. . ARRIVE. . nr.rART. f.r.o a 7.10 p a Tim Train . . . . Second Train. . . i . . . 7.4 AM. J.WPK. Trains Leave Dayton. lor Cincinnati, at iiD A, ., B.Ui A. ., 3. P. , and 6.40 P. n. l or SpringSeld and Sandusky, at 8.40 A- M. and .10 r. a. " Trains Arrive at Dayton. Prom Cincinnati, at J.iO A. a, 5. P. a., 7.4; P. a., and ...

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. — 9 February 1864

ZZZ71 TV r3TVT, Elltar. Tuesday, February 9, 1864 The Superfluous Man. BY JOHN. G. SAXE. is sseertaintd, ky inspection of tie reg rs of many countries, lliat. the uniform portion of m!e to female birth is ai"21 to aecordingTy.in rsfrebt to marriage, eTery t nil ii nattrrii'ir superfluous. Saith't rtatxu on Population. I long bars been pnuled to gnets, .-" ' v And o J bars frej".entlf said, . .What the nuon eould re&lly be Thut I nTr hit)H n wed; , . lot now ii ig perfectly clear Tm under a natural ban ; Th girls are already assigned And I'm a scperfluous man I . These clerer gtatist-cal chaps Declare the numerical run Of men and women in the world, Is twenty to ieot-nd-one; And hence in the pairing you see, Since wooing and wedding began, For tTery-connubiil score They're got a superfluous man I By twenties and twenties they go, And giddily rush to their fate, For none of their number of coarse. Can fail of a conjugal mate ; Cut while they are yielding in scores To nature's infl...

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. — 16 February 1864

"s " ! 1 Ml .... " , vol. i. AfJVAtKUC r.V. Vv.O XENIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1861. v 4 ' No. 13. ii i - B- -Li u o .i-'..:; rs - LL jli . i . . .j.l.jj m ii . ,i yj ! . 77 .". -. ' , ' - ..... .- . ... t ttttok asd pscparrTOR. Tmi: -TWO DOLLARS pr jr, ia a-vane. t . C -i: r.-.-r, "'War, asit :'-C?urt Houm, Ja iwl, ivnia, Ohio. Hate -a of . Ad.ve rtis ing : On sqoara, en insertion . 5v . 1 Si . i u 1 j- AdrcrttMBMiU f trutieatefctrecter, Bsutb paid for in adraac," ' Kotif 'i of Mn-irf and Deth fr. KolttxM t io -Loai xparkiiiA4eaceiitf Us. ' Suiioew Cards, tri io'Iar ftr r.' 1 -'; k. a. satce. J. A. (EZT09. Gatch Sc Sexton, nr-- ,f ttcrnsys a:J CciselSofs at hi OFFICE: In Dean'suilding-, Kortb.raM eariTvof Main and Detroit 6 tree U, 'Witi of Che Court Home, Xenia, Ohio. o5 'Geo. Vatt, D. D. S., M. D. 2T..DENT-I ST-A -OSes, in Thorp' XuHdiiig, Kain Etreet, : orronri miti I aroaa. A Office heart for winter, S 1-2 A. If. till 4 1-2 P. M. t) t m r r-r - r- -r "t.5? In.'Tpitpf tLiporj to ...

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. — 16 February 1864

XUSIA SENTINEL. SETII W. MOWN, Editor. Office. Mill Street, ope. Court Kout. '- Savxt of promise, by freerces ciifurled ! Beacon of hope tt ft wailing world ! Eiiining above it the starry throog, A rift in the morky clouds of wrong ClosAt tint shall roll from their brae ef lljht. Till lb whole raced dome it bin and brigLL " If any raw attempts to haul down the Ameri ' mb F!tj, shoot him on tbe spot" Jos. A. Dix. -i, Gikeral Smrmas ii advaaclng without ninth opposition. It is stated that Geatral Lee has- but thirty thousand soldiers in Lis army. It is reported that the great explorer, I)r. Livn gston, has been murdered in Af ri. - It IS reported io a letter to the New 1 ors Ilorjl 1 that rebel d. serters in larre numSers re seattciei tLroegliout the Jonh3 iucer,di;criej. Tni Chamber of -Coinmene, of Mil wauke, say 'hit within a few 'months tweo'y-Sro millions of doll rs ia gold have bej tuined in Idaho territory. ' Soutn Carolina has p-e-euted Gcner al John Morgai wi h a niagnifieiei...

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. — 16 February 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. iMIIS. tiriit. right Ex,iC.,n.D.H, 1.18 ah- J.S6AM CiD-innau Exnres. . . .:.' a a. Jiar Wail end Aercy modatioo. , l!.llru. H.iim Columbus Aocummodauua. . 5i r . 7.4 1 a Columbus Trains. Aitnivm. Xijrht Ex- via C, U. A D. R. 3.42 a h. 1 5Sa ' 7.1Um 'VT.-iriuur:: Tipreal. . .''.." 3.41 r . I -Jai.iA'uiHaoaion. ll Wll. Coluajbu Accommodation. 7.M A M. Dayton Trains. AtTE. . I IS A - -mem. 3 a 7.46 A M Sight Express. Second TraliL. Day Eiprua. ..... 7.0U p ,,A4:n?et train arrive f roni . Kkhinond (tU &tjwa A-iT eaura Rvj M 9JS r . - - Springfield Trains. .." I; .. '.'- ---AIVB. BirABT. First Train 7.44a. .M a Second Train. 1.4U P . 7.W m Trains Leave Dayton. For Cincinnati, at 4.51 A. ., 8.04 A. ., J. P. , and 6.M. - : . -r ' Tor Spnngneld and SanduiVy, at 8.40 A.JC. nod Trains Arrive at Dayton. Cincinnati, at 9.40 A. , r. ., 7.43 P.H., and 12.1 A. K. Arrival and Departure of Mails, Arrivals. EatnB Colussbos Mail arrive! . . 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. — 16 February 1864

Acnf;i""SciUinclT; " '" .lf Til V.'. ESOWX, Editor. T-'aTT- "1 (1 ' lfj-L , J eij J . AU u-i. J j A Capital Camp Song. - The 'f ..!fr?r VVr.E.E?vr moff tb tol. .- 'iv-.-i--'. Xir-serFirKjjoxyillfi. It wag r : .-a 7 J. 11. Hills, -3i Induica Battery, and U cn'wi-d : ' LOSGntcn' TisrrTo uroivrtLE." Cotre nther ronod, my Yankee Hoti, Ani litcn to my dit'j, HI !. J'uu xbvm. uld LTPFtreet'i Yiait to this city. And bow the rebs around Mm flocked, AVif.'e fc inSe';irT option, Caving boys, we'll drive the Yankee oat, Aod ran them like tarnation ; - - , Chora -So pai the grg, a4 iriak cirto Tbe Union's pre-rratioo ; O'd L ic-ctret and bis crew Are running like tarnation. - h, my bvya on euranoceas - . - O'Jr fute depend, by thunder, And if we meet with a defeat Our GoTemmeBt's-jCdne unier. , - 0 charge upon their jaw re'Tuks ' Without procrastinalion, : . TIVIi maCf flifro ty to Vooden bams To save them from starration. ' -n - - - . y Jjt little did old Lonirstreet know - , ' The bays that b...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 23 February 1864

ATATM'- JAV.'A. f ! ,1 L Ed JO; 5 ,. "11 11 r- j- r"t"r;S ' : ,n ; - - --- --- rv- l -r. i 1 1 J. ii i 1 1 1 v v-' .0 XENIA, TUESDAY,! FEBRUARY -23, 4864. No. 14. Vol, .7 -IF' I 1 7 - V ' AY , , . c . . -- - - j - - IISvID ITIIT TCISSAT ORXI! IT -.-'- fi e tli "W". XJ io w ii , Tritif TWO DOLLAR? per Tar. ia ajvace. Boom, Max street, Xenia, Ohio. Rates of Advertising:; One square, one iaaerlion - j 50 u - Burntta" . $1 J5 " " vear . ; . . . ( 09 fT fo wth mIu it n iee jar . j -5 04 ,ialy -e . " . v ' C 5 00 ' " , . 80 00 AdrertitcmeaU f X traaaitat character, matt b r paid fur in adrane. j Ktio of Marrwgw and Datl, -free. Koticej io'Ui Local Departiaeat ten etnU ptr line. . , Euine Cardi, fi dollaw per year. K. D. catci. -i.jL.jimt Gatch & Sexton, Attarneys and GunsslIcrs at Lav, i OJJ;ICE: " j In Ie&hs Builtling - Korth-res eorntr of Main and Detroit Streita, Wut of the Court Home, Xenia,Ohio. I r t , jiob - : ' Geo! Watt, D. D. S. , M. D. . J . A : T T j g - - i OSoe, in 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. — 23 February 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. SETII BROWN, Editor. " Office, ob Mala 9irU .pp. Cnrt Hoaee. j ! ' " x- J V Ykfftx of premise, by fraeata aafarUd I Keasoa ef hope to a waiting world! Shifting abort U the I tarry throng, A rift ia tbe murky etoada af wrong Cloads that thail roll foal tbair beams ef light. Till (ha wools roaad aoeaa U bio and bright. " " If any man attempts te heal dowa the Ameri aaa Flag, aboot him ba tha apol" Joaa A. Dix. Thi Ornctn who eacaped from Libbj Piiaoa bare been furloughid. Eleven rebel blockade runners Lave Voea caught on the lower Potomac. A GRAND Sanitary Fair opened in Cleveland ye-iterJ.iy. The members cf the Legislature attended its opening. TaiT are having shim fighta in the army of the Potomac. Hadn't General McCIe'lan b.-ttsr be recalled ? The Conn, ctu at Un n Stat Conven tion, in e9i'in at Harifird on the 17th, recommcndel the re-elettiun of Mr. Lin cola to the Presidency. A BUM IE kit been in tii cula i n, that General Sherman bad whipped Gemr.il Po!k near Br...

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. — 23 February 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. 1IIITI, KPAET. f'ght Ex., ia C, II. 1 D. E , I.I8a. 3.50 Cieeinuati Expreis. . . . fc.J'AM. 1 4 Hi t Mail awd AetMtaKti. . 1 -'Jt r a. JZ.-S a CuIiubJhu AeeoiuoB. C. P K. a.Slaa Columbus Trains. innrt. tnrt.tr. . Kifbt Ex.. ti C, IL 4 D. R. S.4i a a. 1.24 a Ciftcinoaii Expre- . . . S.4 )rM. 8.-6 A . lSaiiAmd AxaautWKUtum.. . . 112 AM. f Culiucal AccoiaiaaoUiOB, T.JO A M. 7.10 r - Dayton Trains. AtfT. BrPAT. Kigbt Fxprca. . . . . . 1I8a- I i'l a Sewnd Iraia. - . . . . Ultra. T.iiAH Day Siprua. T.UUPM. S.JUPM A pAaenrer train arri.ee fraa Bichmon4 (ia Eajloa A Wuloi E.) Ai i.22 r. u. Springfield Trains. ARRITS. B"AT. FirrtTrai - . T.4i AH. JO AM Second Train. "' MJP" Trains Leave Dayton. 'Tor CTneinaati, ti- til A. M., 8.S .,.., sad e.4i) t.n. ' ' 4 ' - ' For StiDgfielU and Ssadiukj, at R.0 a. E. and Trains Arrive at Dayton. from HntinBaU. at t.W a, a, 6. P. a, T.". .., sad 1X2 a. m. Trains Arrive at Dayton. Arrival and Departure...

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. — 23 February 1864

Sbc-cnis- Ratine!. - SETII T. Editor. Tuesday,' Feb'y 93, 1G4. The Old Fisherman's Prayer. BY JEAN INGELOW. - - I There ra a poor oH tnn M ho ;U and listened to lie raging lea,-Aa-1 heaH it Uiuu-ler, lungin mt the cliffi As liie to tear ihem dun n. He lay at nigbt; And " LorJ have merer cb ibe lad."."1 aid be, "That failed l noon, tliough licy be none of . . . J-iinc; Tor hen the g&lt gets np, and when the wind F-linfr t tha window, when it beats the roof, Anilu'Ts ol stops inTrouses up again, And cut the crest ilean o3' the plunging ware, And scatters it like feathers up the field, Why then I think of my two lads; my lad That would bare worked tnd never let me wast, And cer&r let me trlie the parish pay. ; No, cone of mine; my lads were drowned at Mt t- o before the most of these were bemj 1 know how sharp that cuts, since my poor wife Walked up and flown, an3 V.iTI tralked up and down, "And I wa!ked"sflr. and one could not bear A word the other said, for wind and sea That ...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 1 March 1864

liaziTaa"Aizaz i !! I .11 Hill ZJE f.NNy.JJ. a wf. j 'i ' .-"VS . ? . " ' --S . -J .mil T .in- a,rfJ luaH --?.' 33T lJ t-'-'- a-'-n cc .rtno -iij : -t - :.. v: rr- -- T . pr . awaaawaaaaaaaaaaaMaiaaaaaaMaaaaaaaaraaaaaaaaW' VoLI- jisiiumic XROTA? TUESDAY.. MAHCH, 1, 1864 1 -a' .-,2 rr f u . a Ii.a .V 1 ! 1 I . :V , , a t !.i a.: Tkt , liOa iC fM,..r .t" r.i .: if . rs .i.,t , a -,nw :tjk..'i -::a fca.j l-i ! C' 1! "I ! ' - , amaaam r Sjd n T rosaavr mnot r iIfuaAJi.D tiWl-.iTGaL Teaa! ri-T VVRZEXtS faf Tear.Ta'earaBee. Oaie.'. I. . k J M $1 ii . ( M tti M . " 1 nnrtk snrtk tn.hmkwliMWJ"' r f -" , ., r- """ "" C AdrertisesaeBU ef a traaaieat character, bum be Koliees ef MarrUfes d fca. Baaiaeas Ctrl, t eollars per J!.. .Gatch Sc4-briiMO! OF 5 V - w Kertb wejl eomer of Mi d Detroit Slreett, Wfct rfrt lll, XnU, Ohio. CS.-in7attfD. D.S.,M.D. Cflca, in Tborp'i Eailding, Main Etrset, OrrCIITI BltLAB't iT. s hi- " -"t "H. .nd ? "UL hu j"-" iiaU ib iUU,"n u te" R. S. finLy, M. D., (gclcxtnfy...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 1 March 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. SETH TV. EROWN.'Ediwe. Office, Halm sKreet, opa. Court Kwie. 7 V : Bnm of kv?a to awaiting world! - r ' . eb'in'itg a'wsro ia tbe tarry tbreng, f . ; j , A rlTi ia tbe roarVj dnaa of wrong- ir .- Clotidt that tball roll from their benoi of !'-,"ht. Til! fh. whole roosd dotal 5i bice and bright. ' " If aey mu attempt to bee down the Aaari. md flt. oioot hi oa Ah ipoL" Jon A. Dtx. t Therz are two but Ir d si d ninety X ti-jfi&i Banks bow brtized in tbe country. t , The great Saoit.ary Fair -will open t.S Lou s 'on lis. 17th of ' May. .General lioaecraas ia to be lYetilfint.' ' Gold Is now held ia" New rk e'ty at 5?J(,-iSJ and i telievvd to bj still ou tbe -raine. .- ; . From all account, there lagcd rvaw fo ' IxTero that Lee's srmy it : almost depleted of men to aid J'hn-fc'o and Longstreit, aod for want of Mibis'en Ln.Xfiprnr.ET is s i.1 en tbe retreat,, b ing pursued b Scb field. , At Lu-t . counts, be Wfia icpor'ed as fir as Greenville, e'ght mi ti east of Knici...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 1 March 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. jr;,:tEi'.,T.C.;H.D.B., "'8 C.titi Eir-we- . 1. ji A 1 4sr M IS.- Columbus Trains. turn. mm. 9.41 P . li an. I(ii ci AiaoatH.B. C-r-- Dayton Trains. !Ti(rl Irprna, . . i.18 a . j S.i A B i fiTraia " i0' "'I " . ! A no i tram imm tro KicAiaoaa Da.Ttoa A Wrttera R.)at I.I2r. . . . Springfield Trains. Fir Tr'n . . . . tueoao Train. '"' -,Ai a . ' l.ir- T.lurn Trains Leave Dayton For C';T.iiBti. ai M "-. I p. ' ifl j ? i Lit r. Trains Arrive at Dayton From rm,iniati, ,at 4 J a. ., . r.-,T.4. r.n aad IIS -.- " Arrival and Departure of Arrivals. F.JC-ro ColomVnfl S'TI arriret r Kai'ara Coluoi, i u i tj S Waaiera lavu iiaiL ..." W..tn rind;aj)f"'li' Mail. " . S 50 A M . 12.1 rn . 22 r a T'A Noriuara Sonnjtiie.a aaa xii.iw r - - Soaihera CineiunanJ . . n a . an . - -uaUicra Ciaciunati aad Way Mml 12--4 r n Departures. Sutara f Cofomba. laare. at ..! "'-' ' " .urn olombui and Way Mail at 12.J ' r Weaiera Oa. too A I Bdia...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 1 March 1864

Che ientatntin?!. Tuef-' Barnyard Lyrics. 'o perfume rich the farmer snows, 'A ti.it from ii Larcyat'i t'.twi; I care cot whai theltT8itrt teaci,-"1 I TTLt J.-.S-is'-onj rrit ar L'e!':;;s Through Tclutnet eterp 1b lore profound, imstsU nd t'ae rowi;"' 1 " " From childhood -c p J'sa ct4. U .T Just e --srT--4r1 ojit e etaoU ; KotYkt tee frcm Ceylon blowa, Sot 1 r ' t:' "3 civet frm CoWre, " ' : 3 Cut potest, rick, and yet subdued, An o5or th nor tudeT . , Of rouicg unar tie aboleeome aceat. Of bone and co tit fenent, With rooting figs by Vigorou enout To tuu the unctuoui maaa abont. k - TT,T"' 1. aiu.a& kv.taupXe fiae fi'f - - - "- From a mere spoonful of poudrette ; I know wbat odd, BiTe'eriom ebapea, From saperpbosphMe oovrs-wIapec, The modern belps to farming take, AitdYiEfp mai-'dl'ZMJS , ke; From ground ring crabs with frightful claw, To .Mifn, Lodij Fjiodt-s anil.Bang-h, I doubt not g'XH.i may chance to come, Indeed my crops hare met with aome; I kaowibijea)rfj will prcpouod...

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