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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 8 March 1864

If i MI A. 1 XENIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 8. 1864, "'No. 18, Yol. I. ' - , : .! . Che Xcnia Sentinel US CIS TtT TCUDAT 0CT IT Oetli V,' Urown, WITOR AND PHOmCTOL Tt: TWO DOl.LA&S pf 7, ia adreeee. Office -Bur Buildinr.. ejnoite Ceorl Eoom, Main etreet- Xenia. Obi. Hates'oi "Advertising: aBa eijiiare, on. iiwertloa . , . $1 . 0 Xae-foarth calami aa year - keif - " . - f :t M St 00 AdrertiMinentt ef e tiwieatenaraeter, nut b. aid for Hradrenees - ---- Koficei of' Marriag;, and Death free. Notice, is tbe Local Department U sent, per liB. ......... .... B'iiee Csr-1, lire dollar! per TCr. PROFESSIONAL. it. . SATCH. j. a. bmto. . Gatch & Sexton, Aticrnsys and CounssIIbrs at Law. OFFICE:'- ''I In Dean's Ku.ildingr, Kortb w eeraer of Jtaia and Deirmt Gireet. Wn( uf the Court llotl.. Xeuia, OhvP- I Geo. WaU,D. D. S., M. D. DEN T I S T. i C2ce, in Thorp's Bulling, Kain Street, irroim iUi'i i'iL . .. C5o keur. 6 winter, S A. K. liU l-J P- jar la pie f runMxi ti ihe e-ntrarr. Dr. W. it et b.n...

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. — 8 March 1864

XENIA SENTINEL, SETII W. EKOWT, Editor. OSce, Maia Street, opp. Court House. BAJt of promise, by freemen unfurled! -BacB of hope to a waiting Tori!! 'Shining above ia tbe starry throng, . -. A rift is tile murk j cloud of wron Ctsadt that (ball roll from their beams of liht, Tilt the whole round dome islilaf and bright. If any man attempts to hanl down the Ameri m Flay;, shoot him on the sr-ot," Johx A. Dir. i JIat : rebels have lurni Fensacola. Ge.vikalGbast jasseJ through Xenia, n Jlonday doming, en route fur Wash ington. . Thb Union members of the Ohio Leg islature recommend the re-election of President Lincoln! - Tee Raleigh Standard, an anti-confed era'e newspaper in North Carolina, has been suppressed by order of JcfF Davis At last accounts General Sherman wa at Jackson, Mississippi. It is sai that the principal object of his raid was to destroy rebel railroads. a J OLD-WORLD INTERFERENCE IN THE NEW WORLD'S AFFAIRS. . Aristocracy is always aggressive whereas republicanism is e...

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. — 8 March 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. ' c iRiTi," fcrriirr. rMr,AC,n.iD.B, iisa. s4- C,ndv,h Expres. . "'I- Mail and Aec.arn.odat.oo. . V" CulambM Awmmodifoo. . 6 sj r . ..-I am Columbus Trains. J - " lKITIvi. ' rrtABT. KIcM Ex.. via C IL D. R. 5 UI A . 1.25 A M C.ncionati ExPre. . : . 3.4 im. 8 .if. a MuLnd AewwiawUtK.-' 11.29 AH. 12.30pm Cutambu.' Accommodation. A n. 7.10 pm Dayton Trains. -.-" r - " '" ' . i " inmix " rrrAT. wi-ht Kiwei!.' : V ).is. .sm Feeond Train. . . . . 1110 pm. 7.44 am laj Evprt-M. . . : . . 7.00 r. J.SOp m X piuaeneer trai arrives from Richmond (via Dayta Western R.) at 9.22 P. M.' Springfield Trains. . . - ARBIV. DtPART. Fir.tTr.1. .' T- 8eod Train. ... . . '- . Trains Leave Dayton. Tor Cincinnati, at 4.50 A. m., S.05 A. M., S. r. m, J "ii,"gJU and Sandusky, at 8.40 A. M. and s.ior. m- . ' "i v ' r- ; Trains Arrive at Dayton. JTo Cincinnati, at S.S0 A. M., 5. P. m., 7- P. aad 12-25 A. Arrival and Departure of Mails. Arrivals. Eastern Col...

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. — 8 March 1864

. ft 65 17111 Tuesday, March. 8, 1h W. A. fin small aseli of [Original.] Now far Is It to Canaan? IIow fmr ii i t Cuud ? Oil doubt '.; Ckn tian (till, I fuAt I U nr rah it, n U much afraid: Hj aina are very heavy, a burden onto ra j O c ia I erar travel t ta4 Ua J f tka free? Co no, poor trembling Chrutian, jeurfoetatepa ' quicken fast; '' " - ; ' ' Tis sol o fur to Uanaaa bat you'll reach it me at lut ; Know tlio 1 a wiilinr Sirior ha ahed bit blood for thee, . T. i Trnst bim. he 11 U.ke job aafely to the la ad of .;tha free. r. ' - How fur ii it to Caaain T tbo victor Chriitian II013 t- hi at nous with mj now-exalted Heoi' j r- r t t; .:.'(; I know th u my Redeemer foreverlivetta there, Apltl'.e lonea of bia kingdom with him I w'.s'i 10 sliaie. '' ' " Co fo-ward, victor Christian, ia triumph '- 'X trrl oni 7 r- M -r T ? r1 J J T Cst not w.it jour eonS.lenca In Cod i'eter nnl Son ; But stay! 1 Iht-a wo-d for tliee, irliUL'l would nj tiiflf ,r th u tou think Ton' re standing safe. J...

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. — 15 March 1864

So XT' ATnniFlTTriT kJiUJX 1L JLXN JJJ Vol. ir XENIA, TUESDAY, HARCH 15, 1804. No. 17, 63 7tm avtar tciimt iiiunic ar EDITOR AKD PROrEIETOa. TkijTW0 DOLLAKi per jtmi, in advance. Ornci : Birr Building, oppotitt the Cuort Hsu, Mull i treat, Xenix, Ohio. Rates-of Advertising: 'Oae Xumr, on inrtio . m m r. -4i wimk -. - "' w "" Tear " " 1 'On fourth eolumn one jew -tr - .r -.- . it . OS $25 01 . 45 M 80 00 AdTtrtiiementi of a transient character, mint U Kouoei of'Krnj;e anTleatk, fret. Notices is lh Lveal DtpartiMnt tea eenta per Buim Cmrdj, t aoIUrt per jtnr. PROFESSIONAL. ' 11 " ' ' J 7 - '.. Gatch & Sexton, Attcrnsys and Cooiellcrs at Law, In Dean's 13uildingr, " Ktttw sracr of Hi ao4 Detroit ttmU, , Tul of lie Coort IIouM, Xeoiji, Ohio. o5 - Geo.' Watt, D. D. S. j M. D. DENTIST, t CSce, in Thorji'i Building, Main Street, rvi:rMinr uwi' ( ; kxn fur wiBier,- 1-2 A, K. I1U 1-3 P. V. pS- la pie of mm to Um eontmrr. Dr. W. b at bono til tor time, ready and willing to reiiero ku patr...

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. — 15 March 1864

XEXIA SENTINEL. SETII V. BB0W2T, Editor. Office, on Main Street, opp. Court House. Eakskh of promise, j frecraca nnfurled ! 1 JVacim of hope to a w.-kir world ! Shining in ii the starry tlronj, A rift in the inarky clouus of wrong Olau-ls Uict tliall roll from their be-ms of light, Tiil the whole round dotce is blue and bright. " If any roan attempU lo liani down the Areeri ra Fla;, ehoot him en tiii fu" Joa.i A. Dn. r THE PRESIDENTIAL SITUATION. For three j'cars, newspapers have lept one head-lina standing: "The Military Siturubn." N ow they ought to lopi another : " The Presidential Situation." The editor of th New York Tri bune, and a great many other public mea whose opinions are entitled to respectful consideration, took the posi tion, that, for the present, and for fit leat three months to come, we should not discuss the Presidential question. It was held that our only duty now is to put down the rebellion, and that all 'our efforts of labor, purse, and pen, should bo directed...

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. — 15 March 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. Amite, !- rr. Tight Ex.. via C, H. 4 D. K, J " ' Cincrntrnti Eii'irra. ... - Mail and A warm' ! ' . -' - A - - ' " " - ' Columbus Trains. A1..UVL BFPAKT. ""- ir. !.. 3. A B. 1.25 a .-., . . . , S.tip it. 8.6 A ccoiEnroiafinn. ' .' 12?"A1. 12 30m wuia;bai Accommodation. 1.34 !. T.lOm Dayton Trains. V . - iKKIVE. CKPAIT. fn-lt ipr. . . 1.18 AM. 'S.50AM fveeund Tnun. .... 12.19 T . 7.45 Pay EipveM. 7.110 pm. J.S0r A pas?nr train arrivs from F.ttBofcd (ri ytos Wutern R.) at 92 r. M. Springfield Trains. " ' " 1 ' - AJmtTE. PIPART. rirrtT-a'll 7.45 A . 3( I 4 ..condlr!. Trains Leave Dayton Tor Cincinnati, ai 4-58 A- -. 8 3- f Ymfpts&di aad Sanduiky, at S.10 A. . and kJOf-H-r ' : ' -'.! ' , . Trains Arrive of Dayton From Cincinnati, at 9.50 a. k., 5. r. , 7.45 r. , ud 12.23 A. M. Arrival and Departure of Mails. Arrivals. Jastcrn Columbus Mail arrives , " . ) 50 A If Suture Columbus and Way Mail arrives 3 43 P m Wes...

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. — 15 March 1864

, -ac ;tcai;t reamer, j SETil W. EKOVrx, Editor. T n e.d ; V, h iv k 15, 1S(4. To the Sanitary Commission. . ,IW T'.'.cj trcr.t f-nh to d.:e 1 . , , . Talc, Mrnet t!,,-!:-.ms from tl.e iitif HtH!, And smil'tirnt tboiiJanJs from (Lc liarTest lulls; ' 1 " Quick, ca-er thousands from Uie city's 6trects, AnJ :rn-li 'st tliocsinds from the tner fleets; v lipir Tliewcat forth to die! Hew Ye vent fyria.lo ssre ! 0 McVcifui ! Ti& twin an T tireless heed Along the mvrial wars of ain uni need, Viih laden lianl and cver-wntchl'ul eye Fixed oq the thousands jruinir forth to die ; How Yc weLt forth to save I How They wcn-tJjrIU ! 4ie.7 .' ' -Heeding yet shrinking not from the tot breath Of the fir-r,p-"l in t!:c frort of death; Seeing afar yet meeting Viiuont fear The c.ver-.aEgQl.lurkiii jo ti c rear Kow'Tiey went furtVlo die ! ' ' ' TfowTewenlTorih to Save' ' ' To close the juj-jLj we'.Li prn(opcn by The fiery angel e:'e te drank fnera dry; To fan the bloom the pallid forms anew Struck wit...

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. — 22 March 1864

7 T1 Yol. I. : XENIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 22, 18C4. No. 18. DJOjIJ JL 111 Va II a. t - USEES irnTTeMMT IOUIH T G etli Ar . Brown, EDITOR AMD PROPRIETOR. Term: TWO DOLLARS per year, in virtue. Orrica : Barr Buiidior, orpoaita Conrt Sous, Hub street, Xenia, Ohio. Rates of Advertising: One square, one intcnjiM - ... SO month . . . $1 25 - - : - year . as-fourth column one year . Adrert'mments. of a transieat character, matt be azti "for hi advance. " Notices of Marriages and Death, froa. Notices in the' Local Department ten cent! per lice. Eoeinea Cards, fire iotlari per year. . 00 tZi 00 .. 43 00 J SO 00 PROFESSIONAL. . D. CATCH. 1. k. SCXTOX. Gtch & Sexton, a Attcrnsys and Counsellors at Law, LIT OFFICE: In Dean's Uuiltlinpr, - r : i j f Iforta-west corner of Main and Detroit Street, Weft of la Ceart Bouas, Xenia, Ohio. poS Geo, Waft, D.DrS., 11. D.! ''-'-'D'ENTIST; OSoe, in Thorp'i Btuldingi Main Etreet, j orroiiTi auiAi'i sroaa. ( Office horn fof m&m!i'i-i t. 4 1-2 P. M. f V In ...

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. — 22 March 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. SETII W. BROWN, Editor. Office, u Main Street, off. Coart House. Bjlxxm of protnise, by freemea tjnforltd ! Beaoou of l,ope to a waiting world ! ... Shining abort ia the f tarry throng, ' A rift in the murky clouds of wrong Otonils that shall roll from their beaws of light, Till the whule round dome it blue and bright. -" " If ar-T ii?.r ? down the Aaeri- Fiaj, ilwit him t.0 the spo." jmis Af Dix. It IS Ptatc-1 t!iat we havewo hund red thousand more" men in tlie anny than we Lad a year ago. j no THE TRAITOR UNMASKED. The " watcher over the border " has agaia been heard from; and the sound is a Wail of treason, equalled iu its yiioness only by its.'impotency. I'.'P-.'.Vi. always declared that he was in favor of "enforc ing the laws." Now, from under the pro tection of the British lion, he writes to the '"prjMBh' of'tbe'")fy0 Empire which secesh office was recently demol ished by soldiers advising them that it is their duty, and the duty of ail ' peace " democrats, to ...

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. — 22 March 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. ' ' ' ' ARKIVB, K:?lit Ex., via C. 11. 1 D. B , LIS x 1. Cincinnati lixpn-fi- . , . .2'i a si. Mail and Aeeonrawiaiion. . W.2 r . Coiuubu Aecoiuiaoowiion. o-i5 T - sxrAirr. 3.3A 3 i PX 11-5 ix f.il A X Columbus Trains. ARRIVE. Night Ex.. vbC., H. D, r-i.n a . tinniiiiati Express- ... 3.41 r M. Wii! and Accommodation. . 11.20 AM. Cilusabo Accommodation. a a. rrrAHT. 1.25 ix 12.30 rx 7.10 px Dayton Trains. AKRIVK. . US AX. 11.10 r . PFPAltT. 3.5" A X 7.45 a x 3.SO P x KigM Eipresx. . . Seoond Train. . Dsy Kiprcst. 7.K) r x. A nrcn'rcT train arrive from Uichmoud fv:a Daytou & Western R.) at 9.22 r. . Springfield Trains. ARRIVE. DIPART. 7.4 5 A X. H.3U A X 3.4UFX. T.lUPX First Train . Bee-end Train. Trains Leave Dayton. Tor Cincinnati, at 4.50 A. x., 8.05 A. x., 3. r. x, and 6.40 P. X. Tor Springfield and Sandusky, at 8.40 A. x. and 8.1i r. a. Trains Arrive at Dayton. From Cincinnati, at .50a- ., S. p. x., 7.4j p. x., V aad 12....

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. — 22 March 1864

niV''cniinci. SETII W. BSOWX, Lditor. Tuesday, Maivh Q2, 18G4. ! Dreaming and Doing. ' I hiTe done nl 5en;:h wi:h dreaming : hence forth, O theu soul of mine, Tbou must take up swonl and gauntlet, wag ing warfare post divine. i j Life 13 struggle, combat, Yiclory ! wherefore Lave I slumbered on, weapons all undrayn ? J 1 On ! how many a glorious record had the angels of me kept. Had I done jiittrad of dir.itted-had I warred instead of wepi ! Yet my soul, look not behind thee! then, hast work to do at last-; Let the brave toil of the present orerarch the crumbled past ! 'EtiiJdy great arts higher and higher, build y AiivjQ oa iic coiKjien-d sod,. j I Where thy weakness first fell bleeding, and thy first prayer rose to God." Interesting Sketch of Wm. H. Prescott, the Blind Historian. William II. Presntt was no ordinary man. trgf f.eri.-ff S' l.d J a'' ntnovf wipe f it Jlii.it AC.JiiW-. f link. Jini ;bh.Auf iii3 jtted boyhood in Salem, Boston, and his. easy student-life at Harvard, whe...

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. — 29 March 1864

i . w , i . t i XENIX TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 1SG4. vol: i:'' No. 19. I I f : i t i i V .--!; A -i I 11 IO JJJX N JL Jl JL N A- A A A ht-.cnkt Jkntuul, ISSUED ETEKT TTSSDAY MOUTHS BT Sethi TV I Brown, EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. TS: TWO DOLLARS per year, in advance. Otnce: Bbtt Building, opposite' the Cenrt House, Mais street, Xenia, Ohio. Rates of Advertising: One sovlare, out Inwrtioa . 46 u u zaonth - . $1 55 a u 3 j car . I . . . 00 One fretrtfc eotuxnn-one year j . ..... $25 09 -half " .'.".''. u - - " . . 80 00 Advertisements of a transieat character, most be paid for in advance. Kotiee ef Msrriage and Deaths, free. - . . . Kotieea in the Local Department ten cents per line. " atiaeu Cards, firs iolltrt per year. PKOFESSIONAL. X. D. CATCE. J. a. SIXTOX. ' 5 Gatch & Sexton, Attorneys and Cour.s5l!crs at Law. OFFICE: , -i , Ih'Dean's' 13 nil ding-, JTorth-west corner Of Kain and, Detroit Sa-iets, Weet of the Court Home, Xenia, Ohio. no5 Gea.'attD.-B. S., 11. D. "dentist, - - dee, ia 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. — 29 March 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. SETII W. Iill'JiVN, iitoi: Office, oq JIala Siree!. opp- Court !!". n .. . the the of Ba.nnkr of proinire, tv freemen unfurled! Beacon f hope to a ws'tinir wtrl-l ! Sluafrjs aboYe is the starry fjr.inj," .- ' A rift in t:H murky elmijs fcf wror.e; Cloudi that shall r..!l fp.in thtlr beams of light, Till the whole round doiue is l!ue and bright. u If amy man attempt? to hn! down the Aiu?ri aa F!a; shoot IJtn on the spot." Jon A. Ihi. at of in "Democratic" Convention. Tue liopcT.il asscmlle l at CoIumLus lust Veek, and in solemn conclave took c )int: loictlier ia regard to what measures were necessary to resurrect the burricl form of the democratic partjv'. Dr. Oils, of "martyr" noto riety, was one among the faithful. Delegates were chosen to represent the party .in the Chicago convention, in the- selection of which, there was much excitement. To impartial spec tators, tlie democratic party appears to ihe d.-al, hutthofe who still cling to4iie name, inform us thai thei...

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. — 29 March 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. ARRIVE, r igU Ex.. rU c. n.. D. R, i.w . Cineisn.u ExnrrM. . , - Mail and Aeron-modnion. . 1 ' Colon km Accommodation. . .5a r DtrABT. J.jflA 3 AdP ;.iiAM of Columbus Trains. ARRIVE. Cincinnati Express. . . . JtwUnd AmD.odtio. . .? rCmmiiaM Aceunn-od-Uon. '- BEPART. 1.25 AH 8.26 AH 12.30 pm 7.10 ra Dayton Trains. ARRIVE. Fight Express. iV'io,.' DEPART. J.i'l A 7.46 A M 3.6Upa X ri-er.rer train arrives from Richmond (via Paywa Western R.) at 8.2! r. . Springfield Trains. ARRIVE. Tint Train If" CI PART. X.30 A H I.lo p a Trains Leave Dayton. For Cincinnati, at 4-50 A M., S.O 5 A. J T. , I "tge"d an. Sandusky, .1 8.40 A. . and Trains Arrive at Dayton. Trom rincisnati, at .W a. , - -. . ud 12.1. a-- of Arrival and Departure of Mails. Arrivals. Sast.ni Ctdnmbtis Mail arrives . . S 50 A Ktere Columbus and Way Mail arrives 3 p .,ernLDT- : ' 22 r . Western ladianapolis hail- - J-jf p Northern Springfield Mail . . .. Northern SprinKtie....

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. — 29 March 1864

She $inia nttinci. SLIII 7. EHOWX, Eiltor. Tuesday. Marcli 20, 18G1. Let It Pass. h for'merjJTudge p5S,"-aAXESPEAE. Iol swift to tako offence; . . . . . Let it past I Anger is a foe td sense ; Let is pass I Brood not darkly o'er a wrong Which, will disappear ere long; Halter this cheery song Let it pass! ' - - ' Let it pass! Strife corrodes th purest mind ; -. - Let it put I As the unregarded wind, Let it pass 1 ' Any Tulgar souls that lir May condemn without reprieve ; . lis the noble who forgive. Let is pass ! Let it pass I y Zcho not an angry word; Let it pass ! Think how often you have erred ; Let it pass I fence our joys must pass away, Like the dew drops on the spray, Wherefore should our sorrows stay T .. Let them pass 1 Let them pas! 1 - If for good you're taken ill ; Let it pass I . Let it pass I Oh 1 be kind and gentle still ; - ' Let it pass I Time at last makes all things straight ; Let us pot resent but wait, And our triumph shall be great: Let it pass ! Let it pass I 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. — 5 April 1864

" a " " -sJ. XENIA, . TUESDAY, APRIL 5, 18G4. :io. 20, Vol. I. m : : tij mu MM-. 1 ' Alll tjUllllJJII "' WUWWMI I -" MU-I I MUUIIiJ.WI I UHM IWUM1IL lllll . ..-I I J. in .. i.. i I. u3 C IteCO 1TIIT ttUSJT HOUIKS T Ci e t fcf fVV . Brown; Taaiu: IWO DOLLARS per yew, is adranee. Orrin: Evr Building, - opposite tie Court Xtcwe, Kaia street, Ietlt, Ohio. tlatea pf Advertising: Cm suai-fc t&e itei Uwa .. m ,m . t men lit i . m '. jmt .1 Cne-fourti Mlaua one year . - tif -...'. . so .. HI $25 00 10 00 Advertlrements ef transient character, BtitU faid far In advance. Kotiees of Marriages ni Deaihs, free. Kotioes in tbs Loeal t-eparUcent Ua scntf per Easiness Cards, five VJarj pet J- PEOFESSIONAL. G. L. Paine, D. D. L., Peotiit. Ode oa south tide Vain street, over Paitors Drug fctc-e. Office hrars (rani. M.to li ana L-siui I r. M. to r. Asaia, uoio. X. . CaTCIL I. A. 1IIIOH. i Gatch & Sexton, AttirreTi sod Coustellurt at L&v. CSet in ISm'l iiuilJmg. Nurtb-wtsi corner of Maio an...

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 April 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. SETil W. EP.OWX, Editor. OSce, est Main Street, orP Court House. ' Battt of promise, by freemen unfurled ! ' Beacon of hope to t wailing worid! . - S'uiaing abort is tie starry throe;. - A rift in the murky clouds of wrong Cl3uU that (hall roll from their I eam of Vght, Till tii whole round danie is blue and bright. If any man attempts to haul ojti the Ameri can Flaj, shoot him on the spot." Johs A. Etx. TViscossiS favors the re-electon of President Lincoln. General Meade has beenexaminel by the committee on the conduct of the war, in relation to the battle of Gettysburg. It is EaiJ that Le made a, very good impression on the com mittee. It is understood that he -will retain command of the army of the Potomac. ' ) Adjournment of the Legislature— Our Representatives. On last Thursday the Ohio Legisla ture adjourned to meet on the first Tuesday of next January. The loyal people of the state are pleased with the record of the session. There has been a les3 amount of spr...

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 April 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. .tr -;. r TT.iB.B, Vl. tTi.T. s.sn a a -tir 7.51 rinfinnaa Expr.. - f .1A. Mail and Accommodation. 12.H r . Columbus Trans. mam. Sht Ex.. via C, IL B. R. 5 U! r. tincinnati Ziprm. . : . Mail and Aeroiamodation. . IZ ZOax. Accommodation. 7.36 A H- PEPAT. Hill 8.2S A 12.30 ra 7.10 FK Dayton Trains. V ilCITL Jupbt Eipress. 1.18 A . Second Train. .... 12.10 pm. DEFAaT. 31 AM T.4i A M ZJi'Jtu w - A paawnMr traia ratM frea XicbBaon ' CTi Dayton 4 Western K.) at S.22 p. u Springfield Trains. . AnprrE. bipakt. Tit Train' .' '. . . " '' ? 30 A Second Train 7-10'' Trains Leave Dayton. rTnr'r ..ve --u asva. :.- r. jr., . . . "f twalS Bandcky, at 8.40 A. X. and 8.10 p. a. Trains Arrive at Dayton. I-rom Cfc-imrati,- at .JA. . .., 7.45 p.. axd 12Jj A. - Arrival and Departure of Mails. Arrivals. Eatr-n rtvtamotsi Mai! arrives . ! . 5.-9 E.ntern fCoiumbne and "Way Mai' arrive 3.43 P if r.. rl)Tt.El MaiL . . . " . 1J 10 F Western Indianapolis M...

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 April 1864

Sju tnh JScntincI. srra v. rsowx, Editor. T-iesdar, April 5, 1864. Good Advice. Ja rJiS Authors, when yo nd .. " Bripht jwssaes, that strike your mind, And wlich, perhaps, you may have reason To think of at toother season, 2 not contented with ths sight. . " Bat take them down i black and white; Each a respect is wisely ibowa To mike another's sense one's owl. la conversation, when yon meet With persons cheerful mod discreet. That speak or quota in prose or rfcy me Things facetious or sublime; Observe what paxes, and anncn, When you come borne, thick therevpea vTrite what occurs, fsrget it ttt A good thing saved is a good thing got. The Prospects for Fruit. We notoe by oar exchanges, that the pre"--f act of a food fruit reason is very slim in- deed : ef the small frniis there easy possibly be comparative abundance, but the severe frosts of January, it is thought have killed tnnst of the peach-trees ia this State, and in. jurioualy affected apple, plum, and cherry trees. This will be...

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