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TuvxiirNiis. TKRMS, PAY IN ADVANCE.
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State Street. Boston are our Agent mid nro
authorized t take JvorUmtmunM aud Sub.
ripltoua for nxut our Lowest Kutun.
CASH SYSTEM ADOPTED.
- Thl Oiflce will hereafter he conducted on
tli CASH SYSTEM. Wo are compelled to
fy oiih for our paper, and ut large a I v unco
a prioe, labor la tho Utllcu, lights, fuel, Uxor,
Ink, ruatoriuls of ovary k'u.l, aud every tiling
wi una; and as every other business In now our
rlsd on, by the cash system, wo aeo iiu rfusou
wbjr this Ollt'.'O should not d' the same, lu or
der to (five Mm to moat thi change wo will
give until THE Jf'lKSl'- DAY Ol JANUAUY,
1H8, to pity up, and N'lWriho lor another
jut. A aii iiiducomout we will take nt tho
rate of oho dullur par year until tlio First of
January next frm all who are indebted on
aubscrintiou. aftor that time tho advurtiscd
Tulo will. behirga., mid all cluim mut bo
' settled up. We will uke Country 1'rodncn ut
liigheil rates on subscription mid debt. After
th First dny of Jitnvnry, IMS, nomnremih
aurihnri will receive the p;por, uulesa paid fur
Conore39. Yesterday tho piostnt
tefm ot CunjjreH cxjhVl-s, by Consti
tutional pruvieiort God only known
whether they will abjourn cr not.
They can hold on, and establish a
triumvirate or anything el6u they
.plojs, and not violate their natha nor
'the Constitution any ir.oru than tliey
havdono already. It w.-nU mt as
tonish us a particle if we hear of a Die
taror Doing announces mr us, as
' Thadcus Stevens the admitted leader
of. the Administration, has on more
than one aocafiioh declared on the
floor of Congress, that tho circum
stances' now require that we as a peO
jile should have a dictator. They can
do anything. .
- Cr" The Howard . Association Of
Philadelphia has continued i is labors
' with nndiinin'shod zeal, lor the relief
of tht) afflicted all thrnntrh the war.
and still oflii'a its kind and beneficient
' aid in nil tho loyal Statis. it U be-
yonJ all qtiostiou, a highly nsolul ar;d
honorable institution. A card from
tho managers will bo found in our ad-
UTtisin" cojumns. . '
' .XT5 James Alalono was duly an--pointed,
and confirmed by tho last
Court of Comnvn Tleus, Deputy
Shcriffi.f this County. .
J.J. Allison, Esq., was r3 elected
Justice of tho lVuec for Madson Tp ,
. for tho ensuing, three years, on ti e
20th, by an increased Democratic
OCT A. N. Cozid, Eq., entered
upon liis duties as Auditor on lat-t
Monday, tho jeoplo will find Mr.
Cozad an accomodating anil efficient
officer. Mr. Richmond retires ufter
having bervort as Auditor for two
' terms, with ability and to the satisfac
tion of almost every person who had
business with hitn.
' fjCT Messers. Bay, Foe and Clark,
our present Board of County Cotn
; rnisBiohers, In-ld their March session
this week. There was considerable
' business in consequence of tho change
of Auditors, in making , the semi
yearly settlement. . They report all
,riht in Auditors and Treasurers
offices. The Commissioners do their
duty and give gmeral satisfaction,'
This is as it should be. The Legis
Isturo should have had tho expiration
'of the 'official trrm of Auditor and
Treasurer to expire at tho same time.
i - Smallpox. We are informed that
Ephriam Itockhold and Walter B.J
llook, both of the west end of Jack
BonTp., died of Smallpox on Monday
the 2d insr. Mr. Hook was a mem
ber of Company D,53d Regiment,
0. V.I., and had visited a Mr. Dixon
who came from tho army Bick with
the disease, and from him caught it.
We are informed ovei .100 persons
have been exposed t tho disease ic
the neighborhood.' Our citizens should
see that their families are vacinated
immediately. . '
' GbapbsI GbapebII We call at
tentiou to the advertlsemeut ol Mr.
E. P.. Both well, Now is the time to
'gel some of the, finest grapes iu the
country. We can honestly recommetid
these vines for the best that can be
obtained.' Wo have tried the grapes
and, speak, from our uwn knowledge.
' No furmer should be without pleuty
of grapes. ;
1. : I. O..Q. F.. Tho commonication
was not received in time for this issue
it willappear next week. . .'.., . .
OCT" Hon. . John Sherman, C. L.
Tallaudighkm; and 0. A White, will
except thanks fcr favors received.
OCT Iiulicious Service my be ex
pectedat the Christian Church this
(Thursday) evening, at early caudle
light, by tho ICev. Mr. Uary, late ol
Cincinnati, Ohio. The public are
Letter from the Army.
[For the Crisis.]
[For the Crisis.] HIRAM, OHIO, Feb. 15th, 1863.
Gov. M ed a bt : Enclosed vou will
find for publication, a copy ot u letter
just reet'i vud by a friend, trjin a young
man, who, for a number ol yearn, has
lived with I. mi, and who is now a
private in thu anny .if Abraham.
Ilo is one of the inary thousand
who bid farewell to home and friecds
and onlieted, not to gratify the greed
of a hoit of hungry contracture, not to
appease tlio wrath ot thoBe wild,
demoniac one ideaologists, the Aboli
litioiiistb ; not to ''elevate wliitu men
down to '.lie level of the d irkeys," but
to ''maintain the Constitution and
defend thu Union, with all the dignity
equality and rights of the several
States iiminpiuieJ." But the hither
to disguised policy is suddenly un
masked, and he beholds not only a
shattered Union, ft-id an outraged
soldiery, as well us a people, hut a
real, live, tree Amuiicau ol Alncnn
descent, for whose lib Ty he and his
brother sjldiers are- c umnanded to
offer their livos. Bat let him speak
Very truly yourat
MISSISSIPPI RIVER, Jan. 21, 1863.
"O. B. W Sir: I take this op
oortunity for tho purpoje of giving
you a full exposition of my views on
thU war. 1 have liiilurtb refrained
from gninjf vent to my feelings, fur I
expected that there would bo a change
in tho war policy ; but in that 1 wat
doomed to disappointment. Sixteen
months ago, i mlisted for thu purpose
of stippreisin; this unholy rebellion
wis then sanguine ot tnceess. Tin
awful and appalling scenes of eman
cipation had lie J then revealed them
selves in nil !' their hideous forms ;
neither had tho .i itictrs fchowu them
selves in their true colors. 1 vm
blinded by tliosc fantastic visions that
flitted like spectres before my mind
Yes, those eternal . pi incipleol self
government, that 'olitical demago
gties prated so much about, have van
islicd I ke the sparkling dew drop
before the golden rays of tho coming
3uu. But let n a turn to the Bcene
that are mora heinous.
"Theiw have been three attempts to
take the Capital of the Sou hum C m
fvduracy, and each attempt has proved
worse laiiure than ti e preceding obi.
Gen. McClellan was removed beeaust
he tailed to take liichtnon,d and an
other was put in his place who was
supposed to be equal to the task. II.
had everything that he cnlk'd for iu
men, money and munitions of war.
When all was ready, his special cor
lespondent comes out wit'j a piece
proclaiming to the wo.ld tlin power
and ability of (Jen. Burnside, tho then
supposed, hero of Richmond. Wei!,
what, then I The va-.t army moves,
and the people of the North stand in
breathless expectation awaiting the
result of that bloody and awful con
diet. Who can describe thu feelings
ot the people when the true Bt;;tenuiii
was ma le public ) Every heart
thiohod with emotion, but they thro
bed in vaiu ; tor wu see that there arc
thousands more doomed to die before
the Capital of our inveterate enemies.
Gun. Buruimle crossed the Kappa
hannock with his army. Then with
out silencing any ot the enemy's guns,
he orders Gen Sumner, with. his
Division ,to charge on the breastworks,
but before they wero within rifle shot
the works, there were such ghastly
gaps made in their ranks that they
were obliged to fall back and form
again ; nd again they started for
death in all its hideous forms. Many
brave fellow looked for the last time
on the sun in Heaven. When the
third attempt had failed, then the
General concluded that their works
wero impregnable. Has there teui
thirteen thousand and five hundred
men lost in any other, battle during
this war.and not accomplish any more
than was accomplished at Fredericks
burg t ' Every, intelligent mind will
answer in the negative. Yet it u said
of Gen. Burn9ide first, that ho per
formed an act that was considered
impracticable by military men, and
next that lie performed an impossi
bility, and, therefore, was a great
General; and this imp'iaciicability
aiid impossibility was crossing and
ro-crossing the Rappahannock with
out having his army annihilated.
Now, if that constitutes a great Gen
eral, our army will Boon be all Gen
" The time has patted for whipping
tht ooutfi. lhere is not power euougli
in the North to make them lay down
.i...:. .... u
There is an old proverb which is
applicable in this case, and that is,
the voice of tne people is thu voice
God." luo voice ot the South is as
the voice of one man, and nothing but
death can conquer them. I hey turned
their cotton fields into corn fields, and
everything that cau be- done for the
comfort ot the peoplo is being done.
They are acting on the principle of
our Revolutionary fathers, and in
spito of tho powers that bo there will
do a.boutlieru Confederacy. In my
humble opinion they will settle just as
amicably to-day, as they will settle ir.
I ITHfl Vnra Irimi to ih.v 1v-ul irlu-r.i
is't'ie mai so craverVt to hu
manity, as to wish fu Vntinuance
of hostilities ? Surolynune who have
mends in the army, niilois tie :s a
"shoalder-strap" gentleman 5 norje
who luok forward to the future pros--perity
of this country, and tho happi
ness of her peoplo j none but tliose
who wish to spread death and des
truction wide over this beloved laud:
none but those who wish to exterm
inato four millions of blacks and It
will prove the extermination ul them
it they are freed, bceaiiso thoy will
not work unless thev aro compelled
to. Tho Abolitionists may prate as
much as they please about tiegro in
telligriiee but lu suite of all that he
uill be a negro and lazy as the d 1.
iiiosie who have never been con
nected with the army cannot form the
slightest idea ol tho sudering and
misery, mat thu common soldier has
to endure. We are ustd worse than
the people of the Soith use their cat
tle, loin may seem exHggerated.but
if you were to receive a letter from
every private in this army concerning
ns treatment yon would find that thev
would corroborate my statement The
sick and woOdod are mude to lay on
the floor while officers occupy the
state-rooms. Is this not inhuman
and brutal in thu extreme ? Docs it
not seem as tho.igli men had degener
ated and their hearts turned to stone !
"O ! in Heaven's name) stop this
unholy war I h there a man lift in
the North who dure ruUe his voice
fr peace ? If there is lot him speak
and l.o will bo hacked by tens of
thousands of soldiers who aro dying
of cold and tho want of proper food.
Let him speak so that thu Abolition-
isStS Will 1KEMM.E AMD RUN l'AI.E. It
uno says, 'Continue this war," hang
him 10 the fiist tree. Tho North al
ready feels tVe crushing weight of the
debt upon them. It is apparent to all
intelliguut minus that this war cat)
never bo settled by fighting. Then
in the name of al! that is human and
sacred, let ne ct aae fighting I
'If the Representatives of the peo
ple will uot propose terms of peace,
iet the people shoulder the Represen
tatives uud bring peace to a disiracied
and unhappy people. Y'es, now is
the time to strike lor peace ; and
when you do strike, 6tiku homo, and
do not be foiled by the intrigues of
"When tho North bocomes fully
aware of tho condition of thu armv,
and the feelings of the soldiers, this
.1 .: :ii I ..i... ... ..
uwui: in iiurt; iv i-uiuu r u iui minus,
those wlio wish lor a continuation ol 1
this war, inay fall me whal they
please, lor i have Btiid nothing but
what cau bo proven and the situation
of thu North and South will show that
my statements ure correct.
1 have said nothing of the financial
department of our country that will
show lor itself thu deplorable state
which our currency is in at prestnt
and it Hub war continues much rmger,
thero will be a revolution in that de
"Yon know better than I do, how
much more you have to pay for siiyar,
ton and cotton cloth, than you did at
thu commencement ol hostilities
''Now, if you wish to do a favor for
the Boldiers, just call tor peace on
'At this time, wo aro at the moutl
ot thu luzoo River, about twelve
miles above Vicksburg.
"Smco my last to you, we havu been
up the Arkansas River and taken
I'ort lliiidinan, with four thousano
sevon hundred and ninety four pris
oners, twelve piecos of arti'lery, two
hundred horses, lour hundred mules
and live thousand stand of arms. Our
loss was about one thousand in kil ed
aud wounded. Thu enemy's loss wjra
not so largo.
It has been very cold for this clim
ate. I lie snow has been about three
inches deep here. We liave suffered
everything that men could Buffer and
live. I do imt mean the officers, for
they were in tho cabin by a good tire,
while the men were on tho hurricane
deck, with their blankets aud clothes
frozen stiff, yet they wero not allowed
to como into the cabin. Even those
that were wounded and sick besides,
had to lay npnn the cabin deck, when
ti snowed and blew a perfect hnrri
''Well, perhaps this is the last that
you will hear from me, because I feel
as though my doom is sealed in the
battle ;hich will send sorrow to More
than one Northern home.- Yes, you
will soon hear ot another battle before
Vicksburg, and it will bo ono of the
most terrible that has been fought. If
I fall in the conflict, think of me
kindly, aud as one who cherished your
memory with thu fondest anticipations
If I should nut return, you can give
what money yon have belonging to
me to my folks, after you have taken
enough to reward you for your tron
ble, and your kindness toward me.
Give my respects aud best wishes to
Oblige your friend aud well-wisher",
SALE OF HEAL ESTATE,
By Virtue of an order of rata to me directed
from the l robate Court of Viuton Ovunty Ohio
I will utfer lor alot public auction, at tbe
d""Tof:h court Uoum in aaid county of Vin
Saturday, the Uth of March 1863,
at ono o'clock P. M. of aaid day tbs fulluwinft
premise a tlio property of Jobu Fco Jr ot
Brown Ti.wunlilp, to wit. The eaal half ol
fraction Number uiuotccn Township number
elevon, ltange numbur eixteon, viiapt o
much of aid eat half ae ha been lioreioforc
conveyed by atid John Fee Jr. o Marietta and
Cincinnati K.ill-Koad t'uiiipuny, i,nd that per
liuuufaid aat half heretofore eunveied h.
aaid John Fee, to W (Ilium II. Koo, .;avin of
nid east Uiiir oraid traction one hundred and
f levi n aero moro or le. rituated in the coun
ty of Vinton, and Suite ol' Ohio, (rem which l
rttervtd a road orrlylitof wuy alcnir the north
and aotith line of .id Sust half h the eaat aide
aathcaame now runs and the wheat now grow
ii'K vii ruiu jirt-lliuea.
Hiiid nrerniica are anprulanil at nna tlmntand
noiiura, ana n.Ua
ac.ll tor ut Icaat two thirds
Tarn. a nTMaln (Inu ll.t.l Ir. l,M.if An II. Iw4
Icaixaild the balanceiU twelvd nlo'ntha. with
intereat od tbe dcfi-red nayineiua. The dulerod
pnyTk it to ho aooirud by ruortjtagd of the
Hi P. Hewitt ROBFItT CLARK,,
Atty for (iuad Ouardian of John Fee Jr.
Fob U-t 4.
John Utterbacks Estate.
VTOTICE In hereby ylven that Stephen Darby
ll Adminaatrttor of the Eatiite Of John Utter
back decerned, line tiled hia accounti for iu-
petition and final sottlon. cut, and the aalue
will ho for lioarluj on the Mill duy ol'Murcb
A. 1 19S-I
JOSEPH KALKlt, rrobateJudce.
Fcbnnry 19. Iiil8S.
IMPORTANT TO EVERYBODY!
A RARE CHANCE
FOR LADIES TO
We invite tlio attention of every lady
and gentleman to a new idea, We havr
commenced th manufnciUre of a beautiful
line Gold Duub.e Locket. Die exact imita
tion of a b.MAlL GOLD WATCH. Wo
offer them to (lie public at FIVE DOLLARS
each, and will put Into em h locket, Iree of
r.harife, the period likenesses of any two of
tittr Ueubrala or leading oflicrs wlio may
be named by Hie person sending, us we huve
on hand the porlruiia o neurly all the tfli
cprft iu the army, ua well as m el of the
Hebei Ueuernhi. Besides tlila rare oiler we
will send with every locket a desirable uifi
of fine aold jewelry or watches, worth in
caslr from ONE DOLLAR uo to ONK
HUNDRED DULLARS. We Eimrante-.
that this busiucta fIixII ba conducted on
lair ami honufuble principles, ami wilt re
fund die niomey in all cnsei where a nerson
A FA IR AND L IBERAL OFFER,
We do not ak uny one to send us the
money nil they know what gift tliey will
got. Any person can eend us thir name,
and try their luck, and we w ill Inlorin llieui
bj return muil what ift they are entitled to
and 1 hey i.nii then do as tliey piea-e nbout
Si inling for it. It would be well for any
lady or gentlemun desirinjr the agency for
any iieig'iborhood to write us immediately,
as those who upply first w ill have the first
(haute Ht this i-piemlid enterprise. Agents
w1 o send us mimes of persons in any part of
llie couii'rr, to try their luck, will receive
ten per t ent, ol ul! the money they may M-nd
11 is iinposiiibis to give all the pflfticu
wrs 111 an ttlveriiseiiicnt. but we will do o
by private cireulais 10 those sending us their
m ines. J lie lockets nutl gilts will be sent
b) mail, post paid. Money sent by muil
at our lisk.
P.S. Write your name Post Office tfml
Address A. W. HALL & Co.,
lon.tt f T!iitd (fc 1'iht atmU St. Limit. M .
A'otes to Ldilort Any Editor who will
insert this adtrtUeuieiit and note one month
or upnurds an l cull ut'entiuri ol Editors
anil other?, will receive (in udvunce if de
sired) one of our "Five Dollar Lockets and
Pictures," by notifying us and sending copy
Febtuary 26 18li3, Ira.
will pay the very highest price in
Cash for Wheat axd Cora.
'I'D our etratomnrs, wo return thanks forthel'
J. putronune in the oust, aud wii-hto any that
wo will still continue to grind at the flame
rates of toll as the witter niidx, to-v.il: Ono-
tenth for Wheal und one-eighth for Corn.
Tlio mills never wero in bettor order, nnd no
pinna will be spared to iimko good work.
We will keep com-tuntly on hand for sale, at
tho lowest cash prices,
FLOUR, CUIIX MEAL AXD CHOP
Having udoptod the Cui.li System, we wish to
all outstanding accounts, and hope our frienda
will - '
CALL IMMEDIATELY AND SETTLE!
Hereafter wo will not keep any Accoiint
. Till l.IO.
Confectionary & IJakcry.
WILL BE Ol'ENKD, WITH AN ENT1KE
WILLIAM A. JOHNSTON.
at the Old Stand, in the Basement of Brat
lou's Buildings, on Tuesday, December 30,
18fi2, lor the fiew rear ot I8t3.
The public will alwnjs Mud on hand a
full slock of
CONFECT ION A.RY.
To wit: Cream, Almond, Peppermint Clove
Wincertrreen, ana every vurioiy 01 ja.iuii.o
Plain and Fancy,
KISSES, MTS, FAXCY REAR1S, U
COUOA-N U I S,
and avcry other articlo usually opt In a Confeo
tionary. Alto, Fresh Broad, Uinser Cakes, Jum
bles, Hpongo Cake and Fresh Cruckers.
fjr Partlea supplied with Cukes and Confoc
tionariea,at the abortost notice, and at the lowest
W. A. JOHNSTON.
December 25th, 1383 tf
John Sehvrecengnuat's IMnte.
rprIT. mwti,Ttgnod,hi -en nppoiued AJniin-
X iMiatr.x ul the l-.iai ot Jonn ecnreocn
auat, lata ot'Vinion Conntv. Ohio, deceased.
Mareh, iu ms-sw.
Not for bloody war;f but for cnatoiheri lot
TIIE NEW ANE CHEAP
DAVIS AND FELTON,
DAVI$ AN DNEWKlAK
AT TIIEIH .OLD; STAND
Mc Arthur, Ohio,
J ust received a splendid stock of
FALL AND WINTER
AIEIilxNOS, DELAINS, '
Wool I'laids, ValentiaJPIaids, Prints,
.bleached and Brown Muslius,
&c. A large stock and be
Inw tho present wholu- .
CUTOM MADE CLOTHING.
A full stock on hand and fur below
all competition in town.
VESTING AND CASSLVEIS,
a fucfj everythicg you need in
BOOTS I SHOES,
We keep every quality and
style, aud will
SELL Til EM. VERY CUEAl (
laving bought our stock entirely for
Cash, we are enabled to
GIVE GREAT BARGAINS
. in all kinds of
LADIES DRESS GOODS.
WOOL GOODS for MENS WEAR,
Fancy Goods, Balmorals, Hoop
.-. Stockings, Gloves,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
All kinds of Country
Received in exchange, at tho highest
market prices. If yon want to
save money and solect oor
of a large stock go to
DAVIS k FELTOIV'S.
October 23rd, 1963 lyr.
Dr. . 11. D HIV LAP.
of MoArtliur And Vinton County, that ho ha
1 .1 n f . ...
riburiiuut; nuu wni pponu mw weeks in Mc-
xir.ni.r. auu vuw im in prepared to perform
alt onnoTationa DOTtaiTlirn to Ki n..;
and that lie wiU b happy U. wait oa any of
his old friends and customer, who nay favor
una nuu m U4.il.
s.IVu1 b?u'i',?.r: Doddti' office, llain
Street. McArthnr Ol. o.
?' S.'' I'di09 ted upon at their rldeno
C011UGE lioME WORKS
r 'iiiiioiiiiuiiitiJir 1
I J.l-;8liiA. tl I
" -' Tr,j'-Ti T'' ' 1
BENJAMIN DILL,..iil.10PRIE OA
HAM DEN, Oil 10.'
KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND
A AID MAKES TO ORDER.
Sloven, Don 9, liollott
ALL OTHER klNI) OF CASTINdd
rHE underMgued la nuar prepared to execati
promptly all work ordeisl In hi line of
buidne-s. All kinds ofOuiilug usually mad
at Koundrio, will . kept on hand and for ialo
at the moft reaiioiiabla rates. . "
Tho fuciliiieof the Foundry i-ltusted, it
1h. In thrt millet nt I'm....... ... I . a u .
.... . " ""re mo raw
mctul is always to be had at a satiiif eipence,
musf be cvjj,,ri tdall ' and the rbscribr bo.
111. Hi't,trn.ln1 n, n ...I 1... .1.1 l j
r - mv u. 11 ui wu c rimer lu mo
quality or cheapness, ofjiie fnanafactilrea..
ankaforand hopes to receive tho patronaira of
Wo are manfnptnrtiis 1 !, VUi ..J 1.
proved Cam ilitis. Thom wlHliinamill will
do well to bund In their order in time
BKKJAMIK DILL. 1
Febnary Uth 1663tfo
OF ALL; KINDS.
Also, 1VareIioiitc Trucks,
fitter rrcsscs, Ac.
FAJUBANKS, (JREENLEAP CO.i
173 Lake Struct, Chicago. .Vdd In Cinciqunll
by TBABF.K AUBKBY. - -
HT Be careful to ty oidyibo g DQinU:.
Jauliary 1, is3-yt
UrAIlTlIUH SALOON !
TUB tindoridnftenod, havHifr purcliaMd h4
titockof Win. A.Jolnihton, will carry on
blli-lheM M th old Ktand. wlin'rR hn
atriot attention to luHirotis and isllinff at fair
t... .x . .! ..k al.. 1. I
fi.ivB, w vuvivu wuu fuuuu pairuuago. j
Large ni fine, alwayi to be had by the cad, tali
cuu, or aingle dish, cooked up.in a way to tempf
up me appeiuo 01 me most ioauuiout appeutti
: FAMILY GROCERIES, i
SUCH AS '','
coffeV sugar, ; ' ;
tea, cheese. .,'
DRIED BEEP. CRACKRRr
everythinir usually kept In a lrat clara Oroj
eery Store. I liai alAo keep on bandaohoio
uPMoruiiciu ui , , -
CIGARS, tfce. &c.
whtch ho will acll very cheap for cakii I,
uniiJtu UDlcn 1,1 LIU
A.D WIDOWS, AMD HELATIVES1
Of DECEA SEI) SOLDIERS. .
Tlio law of Congress on proved July 22 18(11.
provide fur a bounty of (Ml, to all Volifnieera
tor three yciira or dur'ni(f the' vui. lueaaa.f
tbe dcuth of a Soldior vvhilo iu the xervico, tlii
bounty, tojrctlier with alt aYf'eara of pay diro tbw
duccaed muy bo ubtniutd by his widow or re
tativoa rra the qae niaf be.
The itet of longfeat approved JiUy 14th 1S03
gU'ii pcL'Siorr to tbe following clause of per
1 at. To all i nvaTute dlinb'fbd sinco March 4lli
1SS1, invhe Mitiur'y ur iiuVat 6of!ce 6fth
United States- , ;. , (
2d. To widn'wi ot" officcri, SoUUjr 01 6eainan'
dyt"g of wonnda received or of dese ane contrac
uJ In tho Military or nuval acrvloa.
?d. To Children under It yeara of age of snch
deceased poreona if thore iauo widow arvlvln(
from tho lime of the widow, remarriage.-
4th To mother of deceased olHoors or aol
dioM. 1'iovidod the deccuwd lef; r.o widows,
children under M yeara of aire, and provid
ed aaid mother was dependent iu whole of wart
nmm tbe labor of the dectat-ed for aupport.
Stir To sfstcrsrfnder M yeas of ago,1 of ttrchi
dcueastd eoKliers, dependout on the Tatter who
lly Or in f aft for her aupport. Provided thore
are no rightful claimants of the thfeetaxt pre.
ccpdiiift i-luasos. rheanronnt allowed la case
f ilc'ce.iHc.l o'.flcers or twldiera yange. fiom
S. tct'O, per month owing to fankof deceased
I.ivali.l pj:itiu'.it will dop.int npBh tho rath
uud nuturc 05 Idtbisubili'y not exceeding 30,
p.r rtYnt'.. fif any cae.
Tho jni'jrsigned haaproenrod lfcenne for that
purpo.-e, ad is now authorized to prosecute
clalma; against the trencfal Bovcfnn-ent In sir
cases arUingnnder thj Vafioris acta of Congfca.
und will give prompt attention to all olaima in
trusted to him. N . charge for services witl b
made wbo.e 'he claim h wholly dimloed. '
Mc Arthur Feby 6th 1803; B.F.HEW1TT
A LECTURE .
TO YOUHfjf Mttfi '
Jvtt Publithed, ii a Staled Enxtlopi. Ffict t CM I
A L.c,j LKE 011 the Nature, Treatment
and Radicul (.'urn r.l Swrnuhuphm.
" , .1. VI urin-
inal Weakness, Involuntary Emiaiioni. Sei-
uui ueiuiir, anil impediments toMariisga
lepay ond Fits ; Jfcrrta! ano Phsfcal Inc-
puuuv, reniiung irom oeii-AOine, ate. Bf
ROBT. . CULVEltWELL; M. D., AuHroY
the Orre Hook, 4"-, ' .
ine world rem wned aothor, in thisKlrm'
ruble Lecture, clearlv nrovea fwim k.
experience that fhe" aWfut cohsequencei of
uun-nuuss may do cnfciuaiij removea
without medicine, and without dangeroua
sargicat operations, bougies, inttrumeDtk
rings, or cordials,- pointing out a mode f
cure at once certain' and eflettnal, by whicl
every uflewr, no matter what his conditiort
may b,RMi-cdre' himaelf cheaply, piiVa'ely
and radical ly. This Lecture- will prove a
boon to thousands and thousands.
Sent under seat to amy address, in plain,
sealed envelop, on the receipt of six ceuis, or
two bow ik namp, oy aauressiriir
CHJS, J. C. CLiaf