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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 12 April 1864

8EJ v- -4 7a w .J . Vr ? T '---k Ca. XENIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 18G4. No. 21. racia rxixyrxsD,r noEjrrso. rr. U e tlx W-. Uroivn, i . . . . . i I , ... rr:toa a:d it.cf&ietob. , i j lF.m:- TWO I"OLLAR5 per rear, is Mini 0lew Barr BoiMrog, opposite th Court IIhcm, &aia street. Xssift, Ohi. - - Co Kiiis-ej ctt iosrtit Bonlk ',. LJ-ate3.of Advertising: ... ii 25 Ono-focnk column one year ... . Airtrti tnjeBts ef ft tnaBeatcfcaricter, nun b rff m advance. - 2so;.cet of Marriagei and Deathi, fret. ' j "TvSce ia CH Ltctl DBpartuesit Ua nii per lint. ' ---- ..... -... - j Euf's-fj Ctrit, tv sV.iart per year. . " " . . Stl j:5 o . 45 CI ,' 81 08 PROFESSIONAL. G. L. Paine, D. D. L., TVntist. Cuice c-ft tomb tide MuB street, over t"TB Ireg Store. Oifiso Wnrt froae A. M. to II M., e1 from 1 P. M. to S P. II. Xecift, Ohio. lS-ly k. a. atc. I . , - . J. A. KXTOM. Atioroeyt and Councilors at Lw. Oi3o in Do-d'i Ejiiding, yortb-west corner of Main and t'etroit Streeu, wet f th Court Home, Xe...

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 April 1864

XEXIA SEXTIXEL. SETII W. Ei:OWX, Editor. Office, en Main S .reel. upp. Court House. J-' JUxxkr of promise, bj freemen unfurled ! Iieacon of hop to a waiting world ! Shining alo U the starry throng, A rift in the murky clouds of wrong Clouds that shall roll from their beams of light, Till the whol round dome is blue and bright. " If any man attempts to had down the Ameri can Flag, ihoot him on th spot." Job. A. Dix. General Fremont has been offered tlie commaud of California; but lie -prill . not accept iu '. SexsET Cos is very anxious to le a delegate to the Chicago Convention. The State convention refused to select him, and it is now understood that he will try to ro r.s a delegate from this district, rrobahly he is going there for the purpose of looking after his claims to the Vice Presidency. Cox wants this ticket non-KiteJ at Chica go : "For President, George B. Mc Clel'.an ; for Vice President, Samuel S. Cox." Tretty good. Cor would make a good tail for the democratic ticket. I...

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 April 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. , RB1V, t:.v.'r. ;;.f..B.lB.B, l.Han." pcrxaT. S.oAaa S r l!.Sa T.ilA "iocmnaU til- Mail Accommodation. . tlamtua AccoaMBOdatioa- 8 ;.i a m. 12.21 r. . C.i j r X- Columbus Trans. ? akuivp.. JT.cU Ex- ri. C, H. D. R. 3.42 . Ciacisnati Exprce. . . 3.4 r. JUUand Accommodation. . 1..Z0H. Cidaoas Accommodation. 1.36 A . 1 :5am . :s a a i:.3pii 7.10 r a Dayton Trains. ir.r.ixx. Jugbt Express. ; . - 1.18 a. fwnd Train. 12.19 I . ti.v r.irm?!. . i I T.0U u. nrr-aar. S.i-i a a 7.45 a a A passeneer" train arrives from Richmond (via Daytoe A Westers B.) at -2J r. . Springfield Trains. 7 ABBIV.- MM". Tint Train T-4i a 8-3 Trains Leave Dayton -for Cineinsafi; it 4.60 i. 1,8.05 t,lf-, "tgTd d Snda-'ky,at 8.10 .'. '! . tUO p. . . . Trains Arrive at Dayton Irea Cincianati, at A. 5. r. , l. ., and Ti25 a. . Arrival and Departure of Mails. Arrivals. ... Falters) Colimbos Mail wri . . S 50 A Fjutern Colnmbcs and Way Mail arrives 43 r a astera Day...

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 April 1864

She ciitu Sntiincl. SETII W. ESOVX, EtlUor. Ttvcay, April 1, 18Gi. Chinese Fortune-Tellers. These ran carry on the profession in the streets of 'he city, wherever there is the leat available fju'-e. A mat is epieaJ oa the ground wi'ii a tuck at each corner, cround wbch a '.strip' of cloth is ca:?t to form aa iaclosure i'.r the J'urtune-teller and Lis hen kept ia a small Lau,Voo ca.a TIj hii side Ls an cjea Lox" con taining a number of very small roll of paper, with senteiic-es or single characters written on them. In front of him is a large row of sixty or "more small past hoard envelop. 6, which a'so hold bingle chn meters, or divination, seutenr es. , A loan! painted while, fbr writintr on, aad the iuk-tcnc pencil, are at Land i and ready f r jv An inquirer who wi.li;s to tAiiu'.t tii squats down on his heels oiitr-iiLi.: the i;losure, pays three cash (half a farthinpr.) and tells his story rs!3'irfg"whst he ; wished t "know." He is Uili to pick out a joll l'ro!uw thehox, which ha...

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. — 19 April 1864

1 i - r -- i 2i t - r' J. Yc i J :- XENIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 18G1, No. 22.' i i - - i ID IfEitT TCH5PAT KOK.V.Ta T ' AJCD rECrEIETCK.' TiES:- TWO DOLLARS per year, la idraeee. . C'frjcs: EaJT Etiildir,g, ppotit th Court H-t-m, Yinm ftre-t, Srtufc, G'uio. AdvertieLrrcr: Cm f-.aa'e, cr.e irertin i " moot . j ' - jm , " : Ois-jvn-;.h eo'.cmn one yer Hates of . '. . f 00 . Zi 00 . .45 . , so 00 A orertixment f ft traaiieat e&sracter, ssust b faia for is adracc. Notice of KsrrUget and Peatha, free, T-jll:ct ia l!e Local EiparlmeBt Ua ce&ij per line. ,; " ' ' EciBei Card, fir iullirj per year. PIIOFESSIOIJ'AL. G. L. Paine, D. D. L., Pentst. f CfLct on ooth ei-ie Mud street, over i!Jok'i I'ror fctor. (,f5oe boor from S A. M. to 12 H., and fr 1 P. SL to S T. 1L Xenia, Ohio. l-lj ' JL. B. BATCK. J. 4. SEXTOS. Gatch 6c Sexton, Attnrr-eTi and Counsellor at Law. Office in Dean' Iiui. iing, Kortu-weM comer of Main and Detroit etreeu, wert of the Court Boojo, Xenia, i - ' . Ohio. of .......

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. — 19 April 1864

XEXIA SENTINEL. SETII 7. FROWN, .Editor. Dice, on Mala Street, pp. Court House. 7 uttlavj, rW 9, Bixia c? prom'n, ly freemen CE.'arUd! ( ; casta of kope to witing a-otid ! " fthiaint; txr it li..-ry throng, A rift in the- murky ciondj of vroog Cj-y2i Uiat haK roR from their beams' of light, iht wbnU-nund domeis'tWs and triglt. - ' 1 rf- - . "If any taaaattcmpu to haul down tt Aari &a I boat Uiaa en the ijxl" Jos A. Diu The Case of Alexander Long. Alexander IVcrg, ike hero of tie mesl trait irou? tpeck delivered in Congress t'mce the resgnsllon of the secessiin mt rubers, tai cot ipt"ed from ' tLe IIoas, as ire think be sLouIJ hare been. A esofutron cf censure," towerer, was passed kj ten majority. Ti think this W5 driwing it very mild. . . ,. The Case of Alexander Long. Butchery. Tort PH'ow, on the Mississippi river, l&s bea captured by the baud of Gener al Forest. There rera bat. re hundred men in the fort to defend it, two hitndren cf whom were neprrpei.' , AH our fo'diers...

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. — 19 April 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. AEKlVt, C.H.AD.E.., US A sr. S.2 ' A 6 i j p . IEABT. 3.5 A H r a 12.36 A 7.51am Fight F.x.. C:dc)u.ju i - T-sa. . Wail and Aoa-uiu-J.v.ion. Columbus Accv.v.'v -ia-iun. Columbus Trans. ACTIVE. DrrART. jriRbt St. v c, K- r- i-2i Cincinnati Express. ' " 6 Mail and AeoBaiaixiatinn- - J2.20AB. 12.30 pm Columbus. Accommodation. 7.S5 A K. 7.10 pm Dayton Trains. ... - r ' f . . ' Uijmw.:. IHPART. KigM Finrtss. .. 1.13am. 35ia Stcvi i Jr. 41. , i Ji-j. "J 12 Dac Kv press- 7.10 p m. 3ipM A paeseocer train irrirw from Richmond f. via Daytta A Western &.) at 9.22 p. M. -- ' Springfield Trains. ... -I.-'-.,.. .", Tint Train- '. .'.'.". 7.45 am. .3Q a tUanaa Train.-' ' ".- . . . --7.10PM Trains Leave Dayton. la CiiCTiinati, at 4.50 A. if.; 845 A- ....4 Jtlni h J ".--' Tor- Esrhictitii and Sandasky, at 8.40 A. X. and 6.16 p. m. - Trains Arrive at Dayton. Tram Cincinnati; it-9-501. , S. p. m., 7.4; p.m., aad 11.25 a. k- Arrival and Depart...

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. — 19 April 1864

She -Xcitif Sentinel Tuesday, April 10,' 18G4. Little Jokes. cf jerk mith a ' cat in your lap.aUet re!. , , , " Pa, ho many lo has a ship ?" " A ship has no leg my child." Vt"hy, pa, the paper says"she draws twenty feet, and that rhe rc-ns before the wind." -r" T xiiE Louisville Journal thus ignomin-ouslj-saufis out a possible Byron : "The . Toung p.ntkman who ends Us what he says is Lis first attempt at poetry, is ad Tised to let it be his last.'' L.H iribii gentleman,-who had peerj fpending'the evening with a few' fi lends, lonkedat his watch just ifter midnight, and said:- "It is to-Biorrow- morning; I must bid you good night gentlemen." A.PATtA"SDER, anpliDe -in the rain, was t: served to kep hia line under the arch of bridge. 1 Upon being asked the reason,' L'e repliedSure an' won,t the fishes be cfoTdiB''t9 -fceep' trutTuv the wet?" . 'J Xo Kaa can..do anything rainst Us wii?-,"' said a metaphysician to an Irishman. '" IS jabers, I had a brother," said Pat, "that Viafto. Botan...

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. — 26 April 1864

1; :'v"m v'H-"Tn . ii :::.r-. rj XENIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1864. SftY.ciui Skihicl, 3 et Ii -W -13 x ore n "XDITCtt AM PR0PK1ETCB. - T ! TWO POLLABi per year, in adnnee. Dtpici:-Earr .Builiiirg, opt'1 &t Ceurt Eoese, Main street, Xesiia, Ohio. nates of Advertising: ' 50 Oiar,pot infrtiofi . - -- ,j - jr-.- 00 One-fonrllcolumeeneyear - "'" half ' - " 4 Aov'.rtLtctnVnts of a tr.itctrctr,.mtb. pal for in advance. j Jottee Marriage and Deaths, tr ; KoUcei in tb Local Department Urn nU per line.' j .77 - - - - Business Cards, five eoliars per year. - . PROFESSIONAL. G. L. Paine, D. D. L., XttaL "Afficoo- iooth side Kai. street. "r Pali.' Pre Store.- 0S boar! from 8 A. M.I lo 12 M and from 1 M. to i P. ii. Xenia, Ohio. l4y - '' " ; - - - : K. P. ATCS. I. A. S7XTOS. f . natch & Sexton, J . n. .i r.. Office in TW.i BniMir,;. N..rta-weM corner of Main an " - . ,. .,- Oliie. . o5 Geo.. VaU, D. D.S., M. D. D.t,;t 0i1V iS Thorp't Bui ding. Main treet, oppoMic Store. v Ototaun for win.tr...

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. — 26 April 1864

XENT SFXTTNEL . cvtit XV ri-Ain' rmD " Office, on Mala Street, opp. Court House. - nvj, .v,, .om. Bx.v.tna of prcur.w, by frrt:nm flnforied f ' Baacna of hnpo to a wailing world ! - ' Shining aboT is tue f tarry tliT in", A rift iv tho aurk'T cluuds of wrong " :t CituJs that ihall roll from their beains of lig'ct, ' ; tht wbulci roan J dotes Li blue Kid brlgii U : If aoy msaa-teapu to h.! down the Axceri- ms Has, shoot hiia oo tie spot." Joss A. Dii. - . j Campaign SsntineL Seven. Iloiitlis for 75 Cents. We will send the Skmixel to any person in this county from the first of May until af ter the Presidential election for 75 cents. This period of time will be one of treat inter est and importance "WThB footer During this time the greatest battles of the war will undoubtedly be fougiit and we shall go through a m ex, t. excitin; and important Pres idential Campaign. Every elfort will be made to girt the Sen tinel a larger circulation than was eTtr bad by any paper in the county, and n...

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. — 26 April 1864

XENIA'SEKTINEL. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. AKRivr, BEFAS.T. r.EktEx.,v;.c.,n.ii).r. Cinck.ntu Esrra. . Mallard Aecoa swn.4":io. : 3.5(1 a 12.as l.".ir. 6 ii r t. Columbus Trans. THrhl Ex.". via C., H. D. IL 3E4l7ii SKr-AHT. 1 1.26a Cincinnati Sxpress, c , 3.4 b a. .2 i and AeeounEiarior. V.2.24K. ' 1 1 20 P if CoiaaibM AccorasnodjUioa. - 7.35 4 K. .7.10 n Dayton Trains. AKEIVE. DFPABT. Kight Express. . . . Second Train" f r f Dst Eipro . f M8 AM. S.i'AM ,12 Mr . T.H a m f f.1AF K. .3.jPM (A paaaerper towin arrives fro. Ricbjsoad (vi Dayton Western R.J at J.22 r-JU, ... B. . Springfield Trains. . . . ,, " ARnlVlt. BrrART. x.Se A m First Train ' '. Beaond Train. . . . . r.AiAt. 3. r m. 7aopM Trains Leave Dayton. lor Cincinnati, at .iOt A- M., 8-05 A. r. M, and (.40 n . '.' y " ,'- ' . Tor Eprlnpfield ana Sandniky, at 8.40. K. and 8.10 r. . f r r Trains Arrive at Dayton. From Cincinnati; at a- 5. P. , TJ and 12-2j a. m. vi . ..u Arrival and Departure of Mails. Arrivals. tu...

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. — 26 April 1864

r van v.vxot', rc Tuesday April 526, 1864. Artful Dodges. '-7h Porai Advertiser give3 two or three examples of eliarp practice, ob& fc which is that of a stranger vho called at a tailoring establishment, and, 13 be entered, aaressed the pro prietor; 'ilov? do vou do, Mr.. Luuiioi- c Ik,u t know tou.' ''Don't LiiqiV Ci'i !, exclaimed the stranger, "WW Vt been fi Inn;; witiiTou many a time tip in WTaTuani and tlierea-. bouts; :IIavc yoj ?" said the pro- .pr-.'jYcs, and I'vanttcy "coat - tiz iLa, 'it-ply., -."ilie-.lluttoa and button holes repaired." '"Tain't ; wof.'k Gsiu'," said the tailor. . "Well, . I tliOBLt 1 would liave it fixed a lit- tie. I: will do to go out' s'.iing in, ii'i ii j un-'wiit u lata 10 uo v -uiLIf. it should. takeover in ltour I slialtiiot want it done." "I can do it ia half an hour," said the tailor. "Ey . the way,", said the doge r' "I hare to go to the bank, and shall want a coat to wear." ."There is mine, take that," eaid the obliging proprietor, "und a ...

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

T R,TT71 ' -JixM. JlidJ. H Vol' 1.. XENIA, TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1864. !,- fJ U,M . 1L 'JtJL'llA I bsrrD krxT ttxieat jiouua r Getli Wf Brow . rirTca and pbopriitor. i Tot! TWO COLLARS per ytai,ui advaooa. Is ' " T CnllHinff. OPD0ite tfc jOttTt BoaMrMaia trt. Xepifc Kates of Advertising J Ob square, .iitrtiom - . nont ' u " year ! On-fottrli column one ytux - bif .:. B " 1 - $1 . 6 . i:s . 45 : so l v-.t an ii at ld for in ilvaw.. - ; .- J Kotie. of Marriar and Deaths, free. j Katice. in tb Department ten cenU per tics. 1 i est Cards, in dollar! mr yew. PTtOFESSIOlIAL. "G. L.'Paine, D. D. Btit. ' CEce on toth .id. Main .treet, t P.U..'. Drug Store. .O'" H Vf nr) from ir..ir.- --"'- J. A. rxro. i Gatch Sc Sexton ..A rnn.ellor. tLw. Oftc. in Ed'i Eiiild'.Ptr. Krth-wrt-oroer of Slain d mo. - b i 7 Geo. Watt; D. D. S., M,;D. t:. t-nrWtB ThftTD Eaildlne. Main PW if ;r. Ciam ; v""' c :r i . . u. ;r 4 m p. m. In .pit. of rumors to th eontrary, nr. n. I.at hom. ail thftime. reody and wil!inR tare...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 3 May 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. SETII TV. BKOWy, Editor. - ' 7!A'tn of promise, by freemen unfurled !" ; Beacon of hope to a wailing world ! . ; Bhiniag-abov u th dairy throng, y A rift id (be murky clouds of wron Cleuds th.it hall roil from their bams of light, ths whol, round dome is blae and bright. Tf any rar.n attempt to haul down the Ameri can F.ag, ihuot him on the spot." Joh.v A. Dn. atinsl. Mo iven : llonths. for 75 Cents "We will soni the" Sextixei Is any pen-son Ja iliie county from the first cf May .until af ter the Presidential election for Io cents. This period of tide will be cne of great inter est and importance to the people. During thin time -the greatest battles of tbe war will undoubtedly be fought, and we shall go J through a rno3t exciuu and important Pres- i'leutial Camr-si gn " " 11 very effort will be made to give the Sex tisel largjr circulation, than was ever had I'V anr paper ill the county, and no efforts will an t i a in 1-a it wf.rilir-ftf S'iph A elrrn- I -tf inn K0 ...

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

XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. , - ARRIVE, JTighl Ex.AiaC, n.iD.R, 1.18. Cincinnati kxprei-s. . 2" A St. XTsil mnA A rCKirmtxiall'iIl. 12.24 PH. PKPAET. 3. so a 12-j A 7.51 M Columbus Atcuuiaioiiatu'n. . C.jJ r M. Columbus Trans. Night Ex.. via C, IL D. R. S.42 . Cincinnati Kinres. S.iirn. Mail and Accommodation. . 12 20 m. Accommodation. ' 7.36 x. rrrABt. 1.25m 8.26 AM 12.S0m 7.10 r I Dayton Trains. , r r AWtIV. Night FspreasJ .. ".. i. )M A . Steond Train 12.10 r M. it. :twji!l. 7.00 r m. Jr.rAlT. S.5'1 A 7.45 a J.jO f I 1 A pKn?r t-ai arrive from Richmond (via Dayton 4 Wc-usrn. .) .22 . Springfield Trains. Aitrivc' rrpxHT. 7.45 a . -:' , i.40 P . 7 JO p Tirt Train tWeond T rx.it. Trains Leave Dayton. For Cinr-nrari, t 4-5 A. ., 8.0i A--,.r.-, and 6.40 p.. ' ; ', ' For Springfield and Saadasky, at 6.40 A. a. and .10 r. h. . v.. . .... . ; Trains Arrive at Dayton. From Cincinnati, t .50 A. , 5. r. .,7.io r.., and 12.25 A. - 1 '-. Arrival and Departure of Ma...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 3 May 1864

SEin W. EEOWJ, Editor. Tue-lajMay 3, 1SG4 What the Christian Commission is Doing. If it could Have been Vnoira at the ontset of our civil war just how great would be its raT- ti desc'.a:ion knl through many yea- 1 be protrsc A, no wore rerfect v!tii, of volunteer ajj aui eomfurt luf our soldiery coulJ haTe been established than now exist in the form of the Sanitary and Chris tian Commissions. Grazier enterprises for the strentihenin; and eiino'oiinz of an army r;eTer foliowel in the wake of sorrowful war. We UUtre i y 1H eTer be an honor to the "hand prasp- ' AntmE rei-ltf that wiih c mg "Wt i.i! j4utci .ad, huvoc, tjie. Uu-.t was open wide with fraternity, sympathy, r.nd the richest l.uessinps of Christian love, When we shall rise- from ibis trir.l furnace, liowever burdened ruin the weight of the long revelry of ruin, it can not be other than eweekte remember that eile by side with the ran it rti t'.t of our lot.,; array of troops there-fiiiwud to the camp, the field, and the tosp...

Publication Title: Xenia Sentinel, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Ohio, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Xenia sentinel. — 10 May 1864

-I '..it: J i. ' n f ' 1 r' H w s ... T :i i y 4- i J -Vri. I. .:. '.. ' - t ra - " .", v. " IS' j XENIA, TUESDAY;, MA: lOlSGi. Mo. 25 4 a. a.. . A 11' y.uiuyi.)! - V .-tV- f "- A ,. . ... . i . i a . --w rrTiTrTrt'"'.'-'"''"'". . 1 ,r "" r" "'''r:-'.;- i MM i.-Pt A ; 4 1 h ft 1 VK.4 .v-vi.tiiHj SB XYEKT tUISDlT xorn tr. f .a 'and tKCVRrtTOS..'-" ! Tsmst: T'.V 0 1 C I. LARS pr rr, in dvoae. 0r:-. a ft. Stcia. Ohio. iXt' Court Oaefc. of Advertisin, . . . to ieoictn oniyear. - . CO 1 I IS 00 :'j cf I toB?ieatrtrctcrj fruit b cUe it t'n LocaJ Depwtuunt U pti -e. r J?-is:neti Carf, Se do"!Ji per ytaT. pnorESSioiiAL. I Til e, p. -prnr Tifi'.f-. rr cii tenth tide Main trt, TT P.tt.n1. t t'S.e 'r-"-l frc- S A. . to P Gatcli -;c5r-Sexton,-; J '.t-irneT, and " Counsf .lurl Detroit 6:;v. .,. ' tb'..Cf it Lw. C2c in WiTi-tBd Co toun jruer. 8 I-J A. M. till 4 1-2 r. M. i Ic of ru:i;or to lh con'rarv, I. W. If it ?e-t o.l t::f tiire, reddy ar.d willici! to rslieTl EoUet'iO' J-BTiiei. -. Om kad ....

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 May 1864

XENIA .SENTlXEKs'rf: EETII YF. IJROWX, Editor. Office, oa Hill Street, pp. Conrt Ilonse. . .... n i inn RijrittB of prottise, by freoffien unfurled ! ?,sicon of hope to a wciting world! ; , ' ' ain 11:5 abor is the starry throng. A r'.ft 10 the uiurKjr eluudi of ron- Oesaftiiut shall roll from their beam! of light, tLts-hol round dome is blue and bright. tJ. If anv man fLttftmnta la ball down th Amen- a Flag, eboot him 00 the spol-"- ohm A. vix. ... i - ...7 ..Camp rin ;: S cntinel. Csvea. -- Heaths . .for'- 75 Ccnt3. We will sand tha gsxTixti. to any person iiLlLla county from the hrsl of-M3'y ugtil af ter the Presidential election for 75 cents. Tiiia period of time wtU be one of great inter eat and importance-to the people. During this time the preaK-st battles of the war will undoubted'?' be -foupbt, and we shall go through mini extfitiug and important Pre-' idential Campaign. .. :Iery effort will.be. made to give the Se.v tiSel a larger circulation than was ever Lad by anv paper...

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 May 1864

XENIA SENTINEL. Railroad Time Table. Cincinnati Trains. T'ght It., 'a C, It. 4 D. 1.13am. Cineiniail L - :'-rrM. . ( . ".SUM. Xlail n(t A-cur:i;;u;i:ion. . l."4ra. Coliwcbuf . pcoa.oi'ja.-'.iLua. 6.i r a. tr.rxvt. 3'm UiiAB T.iiA Columbus Trains . . , ARRIVE. PAnV. l.iiA 12 .',0 r T.lOra Cmciai,.-!. . Kwlusd 4er i.--i;or,. . J2.2t)A. Cvlusabaa AccuiiiMsuoQ, 7.i36 a b. Dayton Trains. ..ARRIVE. K'."-. t -". . i . .' '. 1.15 A . eotd 1 raia. " . 12.10 r . iy ipra. . . . ' . . . 7.00 r rtPARI. S.W A If l.ii a a 3.6V pa A panrer trmin arrives from Richmond (via Styles 4 Wetter &. At 0.22 r. a. Springfield Trains. RRSVE." DKPART. First Train . . ' Swcood Train. - . . V.4fA. E.SOaw 3.4V r a. 7JUra Trains Leave Dayton. Tor Cincinnati, U A, SL, 8.0 J A.M., J.r. a. rid AO p. u. - - f lor priSeid and Saudttiky, at 8.40 A. a. End r. . . Trains Arrive at Dayton. From Cincinnati, at S.50 a. a, 5. p. a.,7.5 r.w., ud 12.23 a. a. ' Arrival and Departure of Mails. Arrivals. Kuiera rCilasbail k'ai...

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 May 1864

SIIH W. EC3V.X, Eiitor. Tuesday, May 10, 18 G4. Mr. Adams as a Diplomatist Ia a crlticil notice of tha Te'amcj cf diplomatic corrcspsndcD'j lately publshed, tha North Amencia Review for April tates ccrsaioc to pay the following we!!-4- '. c-s.p"3icci to ij rui.'.i'.ef if the Ualwi Sl-ilea at tbe ciurt of t. James. "In tho pnjscut eoiketion, the corres pondence which will be real wuh most interest, is that w.ich emcerns cur re'a t ( ' i' ItTr, Liudj'arid jt 3 to scion eat i;.eiioa -t. av-ur'ijtr:e;ta- shouli litre leea committed (3urinso critical perioJ, to a man so pruient, ab'e and tenacious as Jlr. Adami. The thirl of his name in here iitary succ :sAms who has been oar ' ir.la?5aior at Su JniOi'; he base) w qa.;t':d i.iaise'.f as ti tnorci than Jwstify x.ecLati6:I. AlruFy aJ.d' win, with a sense pf the truis poinJs at issue tot to be bj3id or diverted, be has managed the dangerous business cf the Alabama and the rebel rams, with a district firmness that is a'.ren y Laving its eiLc...

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