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. NOTICE. rul!ia!i.'rB m' N"
papers til ploHSo -t: J ono c-v)'
tlicii paur, witlt rated it''lmtwi;i,'t
to tho Advertising A gunny "I li. Scv
mour Schull & Oj., No. 02 Kultuii
BUeet, New York,
Lee Captured.
Jn?t ns vol were cuing r Vrm
wo rriOjieii4dipiitc!w Unit Lvo an J
his wlu!u urmy has lJeu cupturJ, by
ti... f,.rc!! of Grant, fiul
Sliormaa. wo will give Iho particu
lars next week.
Lee Captured. Success of the 7-30 Loan.
Ojr rosJurs will imii'io that sub
cripti.ns to ilio popular 7 3) L an
aroBtill continual in tho nnst liberal
manner. To the Oil W-irld tlio an
c..'88 of ilieso iwoplos' LuillS id U19
of ilia woudori of a U 'public; Tlia
Govemmout does not seek to borrow
it; foreign markets; it oll'ira no pre
miums to bankets, lut appeal direct
lj to tho peoplo. tnJ witn what sue
rcBB issufficiuiit'y shown by the fact
tliat during forty-throe days tlmy sub
scribed and paid 'ha caaii, down U
one Lnndred and sixty oim lu lli h ibl
lurs of the 7-30 Loau Tlwrocin be
no stiongjr evideiic j of public conS
denca in GiVernnnnt securities
While nearly all ot'ier stocks have
jOue down from twenty to fiity, an 1
itfin a greater por cent. nit'iin a row
Voeki, all forms of U. S- boaJs and
Hocks h:ivo rotuiin-jl fir n exo-jpt the
slight fluctatiom that arj incideut to
All rapid clump's in the moiK-y mir
k Jt. Oar rea ljn will r.xn imi'hk tb it
lubjcriberi to tin 7-3) Lui ivivivo
eomi-annal interost at :h i r-te of s-.;vi
on and threo tenths per cone p-'f an
nit in in currency, and at thj eo I J
liirea years from June 15''i. 1SG5.J
lliey will have tho option af receiving
payment in full, or converting th .ir
notes into u b 'M six por
intereet bond. The late ru.it .Ijuu'.o
in the premium on u;ol I in iko iIi-mj
notes m )re desirable tlia-t ever a an
investment, and it should not bj for
cotton that tluir ex-jirvtioii iro.n sta te
. mn;n!iial taxation aJ i largo I y to
their value. There is no interruption
in the receipt of subscriptions or the
t...hurunf tlm notes. All banks.
bankers, and others acting a J Loan
A nanta Will TVW Riihscribcrs tno in
torest in advanoo from the day
subscription nutil Juno I5'b.
Ot
NEWS ITEMS—CLIPPINGS.
April 4. T.ie g ivem n Ml t)-:Liy exte nd
edtho telegraph line i to Ridnn m.l, and
tli:re ia no-.v direct commur.katioii between
the War Department and the Sputtawood
House. Nothing but official dap .itches
however ,are permitted topaasover the wiit-s
Ailvii-es from Richmond ore to the effect ,
that the number of prisoner taken will not
fall short of 25,000. Tlie captured artillery
and muuitionsof Wdr are immei.se, and it
Hill require rnuny days for them to be accu
lately computed.
The rebeU fired Petersburg in several
places before evacuating the town, but the
lire was speedily extinguished.
Our wounded are being i-ent to City Point
at rapidly ai possilbe.and hospital boats ai
there, taking them on hoard for shipment
to Baltimore and Washington.
Apbil 5. Gene ml Weitzcl telegraph
fiom Richmond thit he found tvnny
eighl locmotites, forty-fqur passenger and
baggage cars,ani one hundred add six freigh
cart.
' General Grant iy fiey have picked up
ronu 1, 100 stragglers. The country aonl
Richmond is siid to bj full of stnsglera.
Large fires have been seen up the James
River toward Fort Diriinj. and it was
thought that Lee was abin Inning his work
and retreating from his long eetablis'ied
lines. !
An immense number of prisoners, estima
led at fura fifteen to eighty thousjnd have
been taken.
There is a remarkable statement in the
telegraph column this morning to thelT'Ct
that General Sherman brought Norte a pro
position from tia confeJerates to unite "7 th
the South in a foreign war, provided a gon
J ral pardon was gran ted to al! the idur
jenti, together with the return of property,
tha South acceptidg the constitution am
lmnt abolishing slavery.
On Tnes.lfty lat PreMi-nt
r.vilo gave a public reception in
farloT of Jeff Davis.
Lin-
.i -
Fall of Richmond.
General Weitxel Occupies
the Rebel Capital.
Vouk, Ar 3,30
this moriiiiia liciiU'Tnt Linen!rt rn
pirts that i'otBrsbiir ia evacuated,
am! Grunt think' Ittihimwl U.'nls'f "
Grant is p. whin on to cut ff tin-
robyl retreat.
Wa rin(itin, prtl 1 10,iS A. M.
Major (iuiirul Dix:
It appear from adwiateh fr 0"n
ral Wei'id, just received bv-tuis
Ufpnrtiut'Ut, that our lorcea und hi
coinniuiid 8 re in Tliclirnond. having
taken it at 8,15 this moi-ninu
E. M. STANTON,
Secretary of War.
[OFFICAL.]
War Dkpartmknt, Warhinotis.
Apnl 312, Hn Major Gvrwr
al lixi The lollnwttiir -fK-iutl c n
finiiHt'mn of the eapfiire of Richmond.
flnnotinecmeiit that the City 1 n 1
Iihs tfi-n rnpi-ivi'd. I
E. M. STANTON,
Secretary of War.
Cm Point, April 311 A M.jw,
E. M. Stanton, S-.cretarv of War.
Gtiieral VVeitz-1 teliraplis na tMlows
We took Ruhui'itid at 8 "'clock this
innrnin. I captor ! inauv i;nns.
The enemy lei't in 4,'reat haste.
The city ii on fire in rnn placn. -We
are making evi-ry effort t. put it
out. Tin people receive na with en
thusiastic fxprussi'Mi f joy.
General Grant started early thU
morning with tho ariny toward tlm
Danvillo R mil, to cut off Lee's r -
freat. if possible.
rrcsidout Lincolin
1114 irtrm tn t in :
"
truiit.
'
T. S. BOWERS. A. G.
E. M. STANTON, Secretary of War
Nkw York, A,jiil 3. Th.' Trib
Mwe'a 6p-cials have tne l'ul.wifl iie-
count ol i 1 ;dav s lighting.
At daybreak, a movement was inado
iu wcui-h pinion ii h upon
the enemy covering White-oak Road,
the object being to possess that road
which intersects the Uaihom Rjad.Ui.,
ending to the Sout liside Railroad. (
At 8 o clock Ayers' divmion suimor.. ;
tod bv Crawford's and G'ifti.i'a, ad-i4
vanced, an'l immediHteiy met r-.smU
atioj Irom the rebel skirinisiiun who
were poshed bark wiunn n ini'o ot
the 'Vhitu oak Road. At thiijunet
tire tlio eneinv uimei, atii, v tli
.;ir uu;l yeil. charged; ;irliii- wa
verou i r a tim ann una lv gava
ay, reiii'iug slowlv toward the l'n;
WII U : I. Il tltili nil U M ' f.j
'luy .vore irti'.l ov Ur tti i s
ViSiOfl Wllioll had JIHt C 'HI.) U;l. it; y
tOitk Hh- tJl III tjruiitWoiKi.
Tlio iMH iny niU'lo v.iia! in fT-uiu
ill :l t r ' 1 1 it -I 1. 1 il, Ml. 1. 1 tlli'tll' :l li .n.
.... I 1 .
up.; ni hit 1 1 tor- mm hiiihk try, in inn
uii-Hi) .vhilf, wits pnurni ik'Hth ntn
.i i. . ... .1... ... i. .i., i i.
i if ran kn i iiic rc-'juis. ci uuu u v iiuk
1 ilua1 iliviainn jii4a nril..ri4.'l r.i utriL-.. I
tho oiu'.my on tlm left flunk, while!
I f-.'.' I 1 . '
imh r 1 1 1 il , Kir w il i. hi il Ii4 hvi'i ill irnr
r.t. " Wi.;, ',,,1. uZa'i
LiwcncDOl'iu "I imo n ii ni,-i'r,ii i;a j
by Hilviinoing pininltuiieniiiily.
Tho Fil' h C'lrpi inovi'd upon tho
enemy, whstubumlv huhl lii ground
lor B'ime tini'j, whi n the rapi I vuii-ya
li :u the rilit And the imul elisor id
tlnJ suctji seftil ishiin ot Miles' uttaoh
on tho ro tlm nauK, hb lie rolled
111, I
bo enemy line, which ns ti'nv br
tien, routed, and l'ulliiir buck inont
nently, fblinved by VVurren's Pi ft 1 1
Ciri8. Will) WIH B')0tl ill pO-rt083iiB Ol
tho cov. ted Whitii-onk road
Ol' tlio result of Frirdnv'rt filiting,
tlm Tio eier.'sp imMit iiiys VVe
tjwtiiij llie left nronnd tbreo mi'es
iinrt'l if liivlt.jwii t'lunk Um l, ien
vinj b' twein it und tlx,, S niths iij
luilroud but a sinijle line of hrenct
.,: . 7
V eanemluy
J
works
mght.
tn row n up since
We captured nbont a tlnm-and pre
oner, ana our own loss n not over
two thotiwand in the agmegate. The
enemy ha.-i BiilJlrvd mneb more heavi
lv. anil their fnrre-i Wi-n liri'inniiiir
in. ralized very rapid! v. In tho eve-!
uing he I'otild not he induen) to make
another charge on tho Fi th Corju'j
iront, ultliough they had tough' itt-sp !
ej-ately arly in thooay.
Iho ifihune 8 Wmtitngtori nreiil
Hiiyc: It 18 Ulidi'Mtoo.! lu re 1 1: a tir.ni'H
plan waa that ohn-iiii'i annul I cur
the SoutliHide Kailr a an t r iv-
er to tho Dinviilo ro id. T'i u:i -j
cf the Potomac ai'd J t-u ei
ed ov.'r tow ud tw Un un '. r i l
riht ti ill k, while th iim in ro it i
PeterlMifg wa 8'i!) t tvi'lind, .ii I,
it possible, advanced. Judging bv
tho latent dispntcho8, tlm whole plan
seema to have been fitieeesrtlul, inclnd
ing the cutting of tho Soatbsido Rail
road, turning Lee's right ao i carry
ing a jmrtinn of thi3 Tebel wtirka in
(rout of Petersburg.
Two !inr8 of policy are beleived op
en in U'rt ii!tre r lo LXiuriiie, r. i
failing in tins, tight 'ill. J -Ii ihi n cin1
be tnirriid upon th-J Vni u Ri;l :
toad to reiuf neo In j Tms li Uioiv
ed poftsib e, mi i II ivin uiitu try mtoi
O' lie ivc n'jr ilnng'.T. . .
. Mr. Lonjolii iui-r tinned ' V.i-'t
ingtou. leaving iIm I'lo-id in at tJity.
Point to etiti-r U c'lin iui!. .i, Gi.mt
l.na i.r.miicrl hun l. niill viti.i.i mr.
tj uLt boura.
!
i
i
Johnston, tofTr batilBat soms other point
or possibly to f.ill lonjoinily upon Sher-
'"an G.jIJ lid ren fff.ietl but s ightly.
i'f,,e Pr!,e Mw"e,l at U3 ml felt to 1451 ,
withau pec.l furur to sell. The truth
the r.irket has b-en lnrgely overaolil,
nf Hiere it noscircity of caah Gold.
Nbw Yb. April 3 Tlie Cim
dmc'i $3 upeeiHi d)B'. It is UjliovfJ '
in Valiiu 'ton toHt the War ia ot. r
and that an understanding to that of
icct exists.
The progi-amnio of Genera! Graw an
tieipates all pose ible raavemctrtf (
the enemy. fledidn"t m-irnly pr
vide tor tboevauatinu,of RicluuxiiJ.
ami I .'leribnrj,' LIi an'icipaied rliia
contineiiey kdI Lcm will find his re
th ai cur fT at. all points. Grant,
Sin riilan, To mia. Sherman an II .111
cock ;w cliairt; around the t'rn
inenta of the rebel army. The tnilita
ry iTjisnizanoti of the Ounf. d. racv i
il resse to exist dur.nj.the pjesent week.
Sbtrruian has yet to be heard from. IU i
not inactivo darinj tlie great optra'.ioiu novr
p.'iiding. Pace ttiwugli war it the . object
of tlie Amiiwstruiioi), and it seems to be
now within reach. 1
The Comtnrrdal rays the nexra of Grant'
auere-s ba almost suspended tutiiiiesi in all
tho inarke'.s. and m vol it i ilifh:ult to es
timate tlio eiTott upon prices until more i s
kuown uf tlie late of Lee' army, an. I the
prospect ot his electing
.tt.lt. l.irt ...Ilk
Movements of Sheridan.
... n. :n ti.
lIisAi)Q'j&urKK3 4rmy fthk I -to
mao, Apnl 1. Tlio g-ori't pTtion
ut tliict army I) w not beoo i.'iiaed
w.tli the enemy to-day. The time
has been occupied in erecting works
..n the O'.'W line and rHpairins; thb
rn ids connecting tlie different corps
The late rains hi) r-nd ru l it imjos
diide to in ve the wa'n tnins as fast
as the tn.ops advanced. One train
... .1. I. ...I
M.'ht hours to move tiv'.-
11 v
..... .,.!....
0110
thousand w-u- But though tho un-
tiroig in Instry and p rai-veianee of
"ffi in chur'? t'e (Ju-ut-'niusr.
or an I (lo'iitnirtsarv D f'iiriuii'nlh, tho
ftnny ha :e'ii as '.veil supp'ioi as
Wtnle Hi llieir ol I qiin t-ri
Wlu.ii tli.t ni.ura nl' Siiii.ri.ltn a t.
Im.,u TistiCuA hor, iMt ni,fb!
pnUo reach sd here last night, a pa"t
rf iA !?f'tli r.iir.L u'iiu ill i,nr,.i .lu
n!..fitlf!,, hia ,, a , , . oxon(!ta(1
si i :il 1 receife good uewa from that
,...
i, i.. ci. .
..j.. ... ......
intf-Hi the rntd lealinij ton iilaoe
called the Three Forks, ab ml three i
mill's from the Smitlisido Ri'lroad,
wln're tw ravn'ry brigades uf I'ick
ett'ii divi;o'it whitth bad been mow
out in o grnt burr, came down mi a
raid 1 'a ling 'rnti Sonther'and Sta
t'"ti A S'leridao'n cava'ry had
m.Mt ni' ilu.,it tu.-d t',i- i,.iilm.. il.ia
i ,
iri 'Vriii 'iit ol tin oik my thru ifen-.'d
t . cut hiii' off II-li'iweviT (liccvi-.r
...i I. a .1........I- I,. ;,., . m ,...i hiu ,
. II . .I.V I ....... -V .
. ii -arid : nek with on v H ulint i-i, it
I'll' -
Hiu.! tt'iii t'.k"ij tiU-ri mie into
liirod piisniieH. li'th the Leu'a were
idresont, bur ono of them wai m a re
i i- .
...
ruin
On biMtiz reinforced this
.... .....t.
i .i . n;r.i n - il i il
Ul UIT7 A IIUU VIII JD, 11113 UIII. IIJT Hl ,
. . ... . . ;
80 rapully th.it their
dead und
many d thmr winin iel lull into onr
llHIlds. H8 Well 119 lIlOKH' of our own
that were unavoidably left bt'lrnd
yesterday ai'ternonn. Tho attaok
tuado on the elieinv's lino 111 front ol '
., i .1 , i v i
tlio lwon'Y tourlll Oi.riiS WI18 by h-e-
tur'a divisi n.an 1 ahnnt 200 oiiS'inors 1
' .
K. ...... 1. 1 ;.. ,1... Ilu.i. v.. ,n V. i
takinntho must of them. Some 300
or 400 yardi of grnnnl waa taken
frmn them, and our picket lines much
further advanced. At 4 this mo;'u
ingthis p siiiou -ths assaulted, and a
lew of our rueD captured, but in a
very short time it wa retaken with
about six'y prhiotrr and a btand of
eolora.
Our loaned tip to the jireae'tit time
will not exceed 2,500, While that oi i
., ' ,. , . ,. ' ;
tllO enemy, on SOIUU part Ot their lino
I... I.n ...... ......... !.... ..mm .' a.mh I
iuit"i, will "riMicr in in '"in i,wu.
r. i . . , . .
V7I COlirSd rilO roiai CUM HOI, OU ElVei:
i
:
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t vh
i ...
oi
5"
at
-
lit,
Elk Township Election.
The liiiriwing is ih.t relict ot tho
option '" iik lowiidup.
David Bav,
J iun-8 li'bb ns,
Ja:ues D JolniKoii.
J ihn L. Dil oii
Jlliltl llllJ'OI,
VI. II. .Siiini.
132
130
137
127
126
131
I
CI.KRK
I
r?il)-on
- 'in
133
128
J
(ilds -ll's Hi lj '
'
AStfUOB-
,
'
Phineas Tomblinson.
Ilerace Red,
i '
Tomblian's tnnjority,
HI
1 1 R
A 1 0
23
er
I
I
TBEaSUBttR.
ty
O. W. Gilmftn,
Francis Shades
121
' , Gi'irmn's tnijority,
.11
a 33,
: be
C0NSTABt.E9
TloVert "iig", '
Hiram Oh ipman', ' '
Isaic (Jlark,
S'.Trimin-r, .
135
138
116
125
.
, CiitfP iRATflf ELBorioN. The
fol-
!,.. .,.a.,U ..?U.. Cl..: . .
(Monday last. '
-1)1
I
ilitos.
. J"bn S. nwk,
S. V. Uago ; '
; Hawk's mnj..rityf
51
43
itSOOBPBB .
' Pjms Horion,'
E A. Biatton,
. Ilorton's majority
'22
57
35i
. ?BEASIKK.
F. ShidHB,
O. W. Oilman, ' .
Shades' majVirtrp.
50
41
a'
8TBBET OOMiliflHIONE
John W. Wyck.dT,
Amu Ulloiu, " ' 1
57
35
Wyckoffg majority,
21
MARSHAL.
Robert Soge,
Htrmao' Luwry,
Sajo'3 majorityf
57
34
23
OO0KOILKt.
J. S. Will,
J d Gihsrrf.
G B. Will,
A. II Dowd,
L. Sprague.
A. Uoridee
O. Lan'z.
A. J Swaim,
J. Ward,
N. Richmond
58
57
54
56
58
3fi
36
37
35
38
Elk Township Election. HYMENIAL
MARRIED. April 2dniilin rvaideiice
of the hrido's father by the Rev. H. H Fer
ris, Mr. TilEADORH WEBB wA MLs
SARMI E. CARaON.
Apiit 4fh t the Hulbert Hoinn in this
pUce. by ihe same. Mi. JOSEPH C. COFF
MAN Lieutenant in thn 731 ().. V. I. t-ml
MirsCAKRIE V. HAWK of Wilto-sviUe
M'lrch p.th in Pike Cou-ity Ind. by Rev.
owptiStabblefield Mj. C. C, PRIDi? add
Miss ELLEN 8.PURKEY forraeily of
iiiion 'ouniy unio
Special Notice,
ItVll lUdMIC
PHILADELPHIA FA.
DISEASES OF THE NERVOUS. SE
MINAL, URINARY ANDSEXUdL
SYSTEMS -new mid relible treainieiit
in reports ol the HOWARDS ASSOC! .4
TION Sent by mail in sealed letter cne
lrii, frei" of cliaiwe Address Dr. J, SKIL
LIU HOUGHTON Howard Wriatimi
No. 2 Smith Ninth atreeL Ph ilaA-lpliia, Pa
'WIIIMIiCR1. HIIISKEKS
Do yon witut Whil-.er it !"iii-tn-iif ? Onr
(incuiii Coiiii'i uiiil will t'ur-'O t In' id t, vtow on
'!""; " laiMorihin. or hiinn Mil hcn-ls
Uiix Wtftfk.. Pi ice 1 1. UO. S-n' hy inuil any
where. vWly ki. it. rcoSj. ui t..i.,
Add-evs, WARNr-.R & CO., B jx 159,
Biuulti.n, N Y.
. . '.. .
iy.
epOTlIE JKItVOUS DEBILITATE AND
1 DESPONKNT OK BOTH SEXKS. A great
Kiiltoror liaving Nen romoreJ to lieiu'h in ate
days, after ineny yearn of mieery, inwillinfft'.
asHixt hn sunoring li iiiiw-creuuirue ry semli:.
,i(froa),on the receipt of a postpaid i.ddreared en
onn tcouv ur Llie lurmuie ol cure emnlnvA.I
IIIOH I"
JOHN M. DAONELL Brx 133 P.O.
Brooklyn, N. Y.
'HE CONFESS ON8 AND ISPEEIENCE
Or AN INVALID.
PubllnheJ tvr the hencflt. and as a CAT!
TION TO YOUtfWMENand other-, whnmii-
f9.rJr;,n Njvou Uahiliry, Prematuia Decay
mannooa. e., nBppiyiua at me namo t mo
THiMaam or 8r.tr tnm. Bv.ma .he h.
1ured himKoif tw uiidereoinir c nHiilerahio
aiiabn.u II. ..,. - .... !. .... ...
j "j uii.iiimiik Muniumu u(ji i reweu
covelopo uinnle couica muy be had of the un-
mor.
NATHANIEL MAYFAJK, Enqr
Broo .yn, Kinjis Co. N. J.
June2nJ 1883 lyr.
CARD TO INVALIDS,
A Clergyman while re.idin in Snnth Amer
ica aa a mwninnnry. dinoovored arafeand eim
ple rnmedy for the Cure of Nervorum Weakneas,
Early Decay. Dineaaen of the Urinary and
Seminal OrRann. and the whole train ofdiiwr
item brim Klit on by baneful and viclnun babifo.
Rrent r.nmbei a have been already enred hy thin
I romyuid by a dejir. to bene
we .ffllctd and nnfortnnate, I will aend
rooi a fjr preparing and usinir this rrndl-
fl'nR. in a mi.i,1aH pnVftlnnA tfl Ktiv tnn Orh. na..l.
-- ..-r... -.v "
rBaa or ( haboi.
rioaae Inolona a noaVnaM aavalon. nititpnaa.
10 yonmeir,
AddreM
JOSEPH T. INMAIf,
Station D. Uibi.b Ilnuai.
Mar. lth 1865-lyr. New York City.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
Stale ff (Mi'ii, Vinton Covyty.
Luther Pratt, Pltff 1 In Court of
agninat Cam m on Pleas
ErvinE. Dowd Deft.) On order of aale ,
PURSUANT to the comnund of order of wile
in tho above came t me direeteJ frm the
Court of Common l'lean. ot the atoraaid Conn
ityofVinlun, I will offer at publio aale at the
door of tlie Court Ilinn-e, iu the town of McAr-
thnr, in iho iifirsaid county of Vinton on
Saturday the 6th day of Muy 1865,
Hutw.cn the hoi.m ol' ten o'clock, A.M., and
fimr iiVI'n-k. P. M., of aaid day. tha lollowinir
.riirty. to-wit: One hundred and Tlilrty
five acren of bind -ituated in the north half ot
acetion number thirty-two, (3B,) in townahip
number ten, l !,) ot ranira number eixteeo,
'lft.1 of tl io. f:ou pnyV Pnrchae and furth-
dewribcil hi follows: Beifinmjr Elevon chains
i . .,A.i .pl,A n.,u ... .,...
uuu ,wan j iiiikb w . n uvi iu vim u.i
tur of mi : rtion nunibar thirty-two, '(22,)
tbeuco miuih forty-o'a cbainrand twenty-live,
linka thdnce went thirtytvo chaina and nine
links, thouce north forty-ona chains and
Ave. Minks, thence east thirty two
cbaiiM and sevantr link' to tb nlaca of beeia-
injr enntainnig one hundred and thirty five acres
tbe same more or Ioks.
Tken as ths i ronerty of Krvin E. Dowd to
aatufy a jndgment iu tavor of Luther Pratt.
Aopraised a ThroeThouan l dollars, (3000)
and must bring two third of thai sum
TEKU9 of aale,csih in ha,d.
J. J. JHOPKEr.
April t,-4S- 6w , 8hT, V.Co. O.,
I
in
FRESH CAN FRUIT.
NE-APPLE8. Peaches, titiawherriea.Black
berrya Greea Pess Jaat received and for
Dr. a.gondzb.
I
I
U. S. 7-3G LOAN.
By aaiiorityo. the Secretary o( ttiTr.t-
nrj, tba aaderi(rnd ht umeJ tho Oeuer-
l SuH.riplioj Agency fur tn wle of L'oltoJ
Sute Treary Notos, beuriu savun tnJ
l three tan tin per oent. interest, per annum,
known as thf
SEVZX-WlZTYLOAtf.
These notea are UtuoJ under data of Juno,
tStb, 1965, and are payable three years from
that time, la ourreucy, or aro soaveriiblo at
tba option of the holdor into
1T.S. 5-29 Mix per Test.
- GOLD-BEARING BONDS.
'these bond are- now worth a pre m' urn
'whicn inere.iitee tho autnul profic on tho
7-30 loan, und it o.tuinpttun froin8u.te and
itiiunluipitl taxation, aljftora one to three po
'cant, mora, tea Tiling to tho role levied on
other property. The Inlorast is payable in cu; -er.17
acmi annually by conna attached to
each note, which may b out off and told to any
bank or fioolter.
The Interent amonntato
One cant per duy on a $50 note.
Twoconlaon a l'0nile
Tan on a aViOO note-
20 on a $1000 note
I on a 5000 notea
Koten of all donominntiona named will be-
promptly furnished upon reoeipt of mb.orip
tii'DH and tha notes-fbawarded at onco. Tho
itrfereet to 15 tb June next will be paid in ad
vance. This ia
TUB aLY LOW I: MARKET
now ii & rod by the Government, and it i :&
fidently expected that iVt Bupa ior advantugoa
will muke it the
(JKEA rUPULAR LO IN OF THE PEOPLE.
LtiM tlrnn i)0,0ju 0 '0 of tha Louti author izo
hy tlio CoiiKresH nronuw on tho marrut. TUa
amount, at tilo ruts at whioh it ia boing ubsnrb
od, will boauburinod foi aitbiu fnr minthn,
wlion tlie nutuH will uudouhled y cuminaud a
premium, as bnn uniformly bcenthe caeo on
uloaiog the aubacriptioua to other Lo.in.
In order that ciliuua of every town and ac
tlon of the country inuybi aifjrdel fucilitira
for tuking the loan, tho Nationul B.inlu, Suto
Hanks, and Private Bunker throughout tlio
country liavo jimierally agroed tn rei.'oivo m1)
aoriitlona at oar., SuliHcribcrH i!T nolect their
owu agoutH, ia whom thy biive coiiftJeia-e.
aud who only aru to b) ronponsibla (ii tlio dc
Kvoryoftho not. a tor which tiny rccaivi or
dcra. JVV COOKK,
htTBscBirTTOi AotXT, Philadelphia
Si'mcrimioni will or, anosiTiuby tba
first National Bank of Chilliuotho,
Firat National Bank of Cincinnati.
Mar 2d '85 Si.io.
NOTICE.
t LL porirns aro hereby nniflid not tatros
.' pmw upon an of my posinsioini from anil
after the duto hereof, nor miller their burden.
cattle, ehuep or liogstonntcr upon, unv nfmv
luadH, or into unv i( mv inclosiiarn. nnr run '
largo ubout, mv (TeniiMce contrary to law un.lcr
me jienuiry or inu sumo.
April ;ih 16D3 3 ABRAHAM W I LB Eli
A LECTURE
TO YOUNG Af IS N.
A
flu.
Jl'iT PvBLIKHXn IN A SfALEn KhVILOPK.
Phice Six t'a.Nis.
A Lecture on the Nature, Tn-atmcM mid
Rndieal Gnre. of Sperniaforrhnea or Sfini
nal Weakneaa, Involuntary Eiiii.6ion. Sex
ual Debility. bhiI anil Impediments tu filar
riag! generally. Nervousness, Consump
tion hpilepsy, and r Hs; Mental and Phy
ical Ineapaciiy, resulting Irmn St-lf Abus'
&c. B ROB T J. CULVERWKLL, M D.
Author of the 'Green Book," J.
The world renowiifd uuihur, inthiaail
miriblt Lecture, clearly proves from hit, own
experience that the awlul cona-'quenros ol
Self-Abuse muy be effectually removed
without medicine, and without rlnngrnni
sii'gical operations, bougies, insr.u tnent .
ring, or cnriliiil.. pn'iniing onl a eureat nnce
CfMuiu and rfj'ectual. by which every siifTer
er, no iitittfr what his condition mny bi-,
may cure himself cheaply, piivntley. ar.il rail
rally. THIS LECTURE WILL PROVE A
BOON TO THOUSANDS AND THOUS
ANDS.
Sent under seal, to any address, in a
plain, sealed envelope, on the receipt of six
cents, or two postage slump by addresing
L'HAS. J. C. KLINE & Co
Bowery.127 N- York P. O Box 45j6
SALE OF If E k L ESTATE
BY ORDtR OF PROBATE COURT.
Stae of Ohio Vinton County.
I
N pursuance of an order granted by the
Probate C'nurt of Vinton oonn'.y, Ohio. I
aill oflcr for sale at publio auction on
Saturday the 22, dayofpril 1865
At Eleven o'clock, forniion, upon toe premises
thj following dlscrlbed Kial estate . situated in
the county of Vinton and State of Ohio; to-wit:
In lot nninber one hundred and -ixty ono( 1B1.)
the tov.n of MoArihur, County of Vinton .
Htato of Ohio, as derignated aud mimbore1 on
lie recorded 1 1st ol said Town ofllcArtnur. .
Appraisud at Five hundred and eighty-three
dollars, f 533.
TKRMS of sale, One third in hand, ooo third
five month, aud one third in one year and
five months from day of scla. with interest on
defeied paymanta, said payments to be ancurad
oy mortgaire upor. the premises sold.
MABY HOLLAND,
ilar. 23, 1SJ iw adminiMratrix of Leon
ard Holland deceased.
NOTICE.
'TO the creditors ot Ufiriun rerrel, doceasnd
.1 on tha 15th day of Marca, in the year (335
the Frowsts ourt of Vinton Conrty, Ohio
uuclared (he estato nf Dariua Forrcl,-deceased
to be qrnbably insolvent; creditors are there
fore reanired to present their claims apainst
the estate to tha uudepdened for allowance,
within Ihe nex three months from the time
ubove mentioned or hey will not bo entitled to
ayment. JCWJA WOOD,
lar. 30 65 8 w adm'r of Darius Ferret do
Wanted, Conresrxindenls Bv two of Uncle
Sum's veterans All young ladia that wisb
fun, ptaue write and receive a letter. Object.
un, love and the consequences, rieaaa aend
holographs, and recel re one in roturn
AddraaOooo Bot, and BAo Bot, Camp
Peauison, Ward 19. '
1 march 2, 1845. '
NOTICE.
Setk Thomas Weed Guardian of Elvira V.
Lillibridge. has filed his accounts and vouchers
for iDfpecloa aid partial sctllsa enl and that
tba same wiL be tor bearing on the 25th day
ot Fcbrnart 185.
B1CHABD CBAlG.
Teb. 5,185 . Piobafo .'nil je.
II
GrttiiMt Eiinl CiiaJjr
V A WJ Ultcr nuce for 10 Vi
JACKSON, IIItKLKKT Co.. Propria
torsoftho Nalimal DiaiuiiMiry, tmtiibliaheii
Ciucii. Biti.O. J-u. I, If 60, uiro all private du
sta.es i'b uneaanipl-id rnuidi y. Uruiiarai
teu to ciir(iiirrlKiea, Uluot," 8v;hilii, lin
pottney. Kicturi hi ICinirsiuns, nr Kcmalf Oom
pluint in shun eviry powiible firm and var
iety of Sexiil-r l)ih'.'. Cures m I J, thor uU
aiid purniun iiit. and lei's iiifdVrnte Vend lor
a circular -fifteen laraiiJin. by 11 in. K-fsr
pii)ji , nt vnried. vuliialilo anil inleiesiinsf n at
ter. Also, a circular intcodod fo t..uli j-i on.y.
ilanyolour piiib'iils tsteit, tfry hare sen:
mney to D,turin Faatjrnvilius and rod oh
ad no ruluru.
Then why cot patmniio home talent men
who know tha W enteru viiinate and efLut
spei'dy cures.
Dr. J akson's Konm'e Pills 1 pir bx -e' J
fur Circular. S eiia4 writtoa Keplies, will seal
ed, frnt with the Circular, wiihrnt charife.
l)i.eof the vilvapest, inut IntrarMiu nd im
portant liuuka published'. tO'i ii. llWeinir.iV
iiiits "Tho-ionntrin of L'irht, 1 1 Midiin' I'm
tei tor and Mnrriauu Giiiil.and an Explicit Key to
Love and Bauty.,' It SATlsi'ACTOLlLV
ruu'tU various au'ijocU never hel'ote full.tfx
lained ir any popular work in she Erjf;t:ih
lanirnuifo. Prici j(iceutivuud olio 3 cent sin mn,
ar three for 1 ami throe 3 cint itivmp.4. Folly
destrilii-d in Circular, which every jouninur
should have, whether i'ick or well.
Medicine and inatruct'onascnt promptly to an
part ot the cMintry. Coni-ullinic lla o f Hi i
lleipoiiMirv. No K7 Sycanio.-i street. P.O.
Box. No 43t.
I Hi. J ACKSON' OPI R N n I. I IV I M OT
Kouiovcfcail (iildness, aud' ruiavinates irjun
which huve lain d.irincnt for inauv yearr. It
will cure any caul of iinpi' tenpy ,oi ato aid in-
rente the piiasiont t'nr shy reasnnubin time.
Can he mailed wilh j erfuc t mfcly. Piiceai'Si
IH'tt.O.
Dii. JACKSOS'S FRF.Ncn PATENT if ALE:
BAKE.
It Is perfectly Hfe und never fails tu (jive snli -IVfiou.
It is the only sum and sal's icvcnti -tivo
uifiiiiiht contractiii(r ilii-s evrr invRiiUd.
Price r 1 each, 1 4 ur half liozcii, and 7 ii
.lozon, sent lv mail.
SHERIFF'S SALE.
State if Chi; ft n tViu.'y
V. It. Manor I'ku'
'till I
)ol't
la Cf.urt i.f
L . mi m.-u I'lej,
I'll Ve.jdi.
avainst
B.'iii iiidn Hill Dot
ijUUSU.iNT to t'ie aoniiiiiind nf an order ot
alu in the a''Oiij can: tu hie ihroctcd f-oni '
ths CMirt "f ('oinii'iiii I'!' us. of tha afursaid
County uf Viu'on, I il! tl" ml pnldic snlu nt
thf duor ot tlie C 'iirt 'li iiM'. In tlm imnnf
MAcrthnr. ill ths niincMiiil cmiilty nf inti u ru
SaturJai !h' Siudda-noJ Ap.il 16S0,
At tho hour of uuu uV nek. P.M.. f b il 1 1 u v
t.iu filii.Ain prtnirii to-wlr: 'I lie nrthon'l
of nut lot liuiii:nr two. (ill ln:iny n sLrip itr
thi) uori.li Olid ol'said !(,'. iil-'mi', nnii li i'iilri 1
und twenty feet ni.le.i.ml alfi-f tin suid lutct
ccpt that part nr piircl convnved hy Chnrlss
Kohiiii.s ami wile to lie 'Imrricut .v '. iiiciiinriU
Knilltini ,'nnipaiiy. Alko ei'tip ctt tf :hr. vkkI
nf side out- lot cunihor thrcp.jnmmonciiiif at lis
line bitwcua lots nunslrs la and
thrae iniinintf 'i"iici t. on 'he north lion
ol' lit number Ihruo until i intersects ihe
liiw ruiinln? fou'li from ill-' n.inh v t
corner if In tut iiunihcr twelve, tliume
soiiih one hundred and '.wonty fcut until
it into c.'lh lie si and wiil lino o' that part
of out-lot number two, ccnveyid' as above,
thence west A th sai 1 li vini n linn hutaoou
lots nn. nhi r Ivn sml liiri-e . m; I thenen nor-h
to the I'tacn "t h"kinninir, allofsnlil Inlsnnd
part-.nl lots lj iatf and Iniiu In KiM-ins odli
tioii to the toivn of riannlen Vii. tun county
in which ia i-H.ia.cd a fuuiidry ; B'.thot wih
lie Ei'iriue itrn machinery l.lin-iini to sail
foundry husineH,
Taken u ll,n prupi-ty of lienjamin Pill 'o
satisfy a ,j nL' -m. nt of uf irtsuid Ciurt,ia fa
vor of K. II. Mercer
Apprais-.il as fallows ti-': at rU'-isum of'
hrcu tlioUMiml Auir hiiiidrmi dullr nuJ imirt
lirinw twn-thliitsiif thai niiu
TElf M.V ul si-la, i.ush inti:'i d.
1). 15, Snrvi.M,, J. J. ffll'l -KFV
Ait. for i'l if. Siill'. V.Co.O.
Mar.b 23tii 1 aria Rw
blJICUlFb' SALE
State of UAio, 'wtn County.
Booth & ltruloy, KllT. I In Court o
Air.unst Conn. iuii Plena
Aihicl Frazuo t,al ) On Wii.
His heirs at law,
BV virtue of in order .if Ml t, mo dinc'd
fruiii tho Court ul'l'oiniuun Picas, ot Vinion
County Onto, I will ntfor lor suln uc l l.u Door
it' the C'uiirt .'iou.'c. on
Saturday thtl'Znd day of April IPti'i.
At tlio hour of una o'clock P. M... of said day,
tho fullowini; iitsiil Estato lo-wit: Tho rast
half of the oast hall' of In lot numbered re
spectively I liirty-tnruo. and 1 hirty-ti Hr, in
tho Town of liiiuiiluu, in said Vinton count),
and Siuto of Ohio, Hiibjc't to the dower in
terest of Nancy Kraz.io.
Taken as the proportpr of Johiol Fnizse. c', al
his hicrs ac law, to satisfy a juiljinont of n?ori
said Court, fi favor nf Booth fe Uraloy
Appraised as 'nllows, to-wit: Kiwi half of
theeasthulf of In lot nnrr.bor tliirty-thrcc,
attwo hun Irod an 1 twon'.y-9vo dollara, an t
the east hull' of tlu east nuil'of lu-lot unmoor
thirty-four, at sixty-six aollurs, and iuu;
brine two-thirds ol that mm.
TEltifS of sale-, cash in bund.
li S.IUMii.Tns J, i. SfiOCKKY.
tt'y tor I'liir. Shu'. V. Co. O.
March 2S, 13H5-5W
MARIETTA AND CINCINNATI
RAILROAD.
I'OliTS MOUT11 UK A K CU
ON and after Thnrsdoy, February 15, If C-l r
regnla.- PuwHinscr Trains wUl run ia con
nection with the I rams on mam line between
Portsmouth and Cincinnati, as follows :
leaves Portsmonth at 8:15 A. M., arrives at
l'ionncr. at 9:25a.M.; arrives at Portland at
lu:0 A.M., arrives ta Jackson at M. ;
arrives at llaimlen nt 1I:CU A.M.; arlves at Cin !
cU' iat5:55 P.M.;
Leaves Cincinnati at 8:39 A. M.? leaves Irani
den at 3:W t-.M.; arrives at Jackson at 8:34 p.
M.; ai rives nt Pnrlluudat4:21 P.M.; arrives t
Pioneer at 4:50 P.M.; arrives at Poi tamouth at
8:10 P.M.
Accommodation Train depart from Ports
mouth at !:45 P.M.: srriiesat Pionoor at l-n
and dcliarts at4:50; Arrives at Jackson at 8:1-1
and llumdnn. at 7:."0. Departs :40 .M ; Rr
rives ut Jackson at 7:3."; arrives at Plonn.mk
9:33; and arrives at Portsmouthat 11:45.
Thrnngh Tfckota to Cincinnati can be obtain
ed at Portsmonth, Portland, and Jaekaon, at
wmv iuiiuitiiih iiiiwn
''ortsnioBth to Cincinnati, $ J.nft
Portland " do 400
Jackson " Ho 4.00
ROUND TRIP TICKETS.
From Portsmouth to Cincinnati und return
6.0n Tickotsfrom Portsmouth to Mariot'a
and Parkcreburg, 3,00.
J0HN PURaND, 6
R. W. QDATIK. Assis'l 6np't
Feb.25ih 1804-lyr.
COVE
iURT recived and for Ala at Ihe LOWE.JP
Price at the Drng Store of
vi. a. lu.Mir.S,

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