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13 A.JICATJEIVIC, lELIEII
Ati discovered the most certain, speed
knad elleccual remedy le the world tar
DISEASaI OF IMPRUDENCE.
taUll IN MI TO TWILIT: HOORN
Ao Mercury or Nomlone Drugs. it
Nil-ACORN WARRANTID, OR NO CHARON, IN FROM 01115
iconaueao of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Pains Le
the Loins, Affections of the kidney; and Bladder, Organir
Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Phyeloa Pow
are, Dyspepsia, %Aligner, Low lleirits, Confusion ol dean.
Pail Ration of the Heart, Timidity, Trembling!, DIUILICSI
of Sight or Giddineee, Disease of the Stomach, Affection,
of the Head, Tbroet, en or skin—those tumble Mawr
darn arising from the indiscretion or Solitary Habits
Youth—thwe dreadful and destructive practises whlot
produce Constitutional debility, render marriageimpoe
eible, and destroy both body and mind.
Young sum especially who bare become the victims of
solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which
inviially sweeps to an untimely grave thousands o ,
young then of the most e.alted talent and brilliant intel
lect, who might otherwise. have entranced mums
9ctuttet with the ttinndare oftaltameoce; or waked to or•
'.spy the living lyre, may can sii: h full emondsoce
Marled persons, or those contemplating marriage, De
mg aware of physical weakness, should hamodlataly coo
J and be rivitorso to perfect health.
tomodicasto owed drotfull vigor restored
He who planet blinsell ender the care of Or. J. may
religiously confide in his honor as a gentleman, and eon,
[ideally rely upon hie skill as a physician.
liFollice No. 7 ',loath Frederick street, Baltimore,
on the left hand side going from Baltimore West, 7
Wes tram the corner . Be particular in observing t b
arno or number, or you will miatakejhe place. Be par.
denier for iptierrnig, Trittitig Quack; with false names,
nr Paltry Humbug Cats et, &Uremied by the ntuta•
don of Dr. Johnson, lurk near
All letters must cootale a Postage Stamp. to ase on the
Dr. Johnson member of the Royal College of Ilttrgeons,
iendon, graduate from elle of the meet eminent Colleges
)(the United 'itates, and the greatest part of whose lift
tee been spent In the if °spite's of London, Pavia, Phila.
delahla and elsewhere, has ethwited some of the most as.
welshing. ewes that were ever known. Reny troubled
with ringing in the ears and head when asleep, great ner•
femme, being alarmed at sudden sounds, bashfulness,
with frequent blushing, attendedesometimes with derange.
of mind were cured immediately,
;TARR PARTICULAR NOTICE
Dr. satires...li all those• who having injured they
wives by ovte and improper indulgeneles, that secret
520 military obit which ruin both body and mind, tin
dhing them for either business or society.
Theo o re same of the and sod melancholy angels pre.
Intro by early habits of youth, viz : Weakness of the
Back and Limbs, Pains In the Dead, Nutmeg of Sight,
Lees of Magenta? Power, Palpitation of the Heart, Dye.
..elmbi.Nereang Irrilahility, Derangement of the Digestive
?unctions General ()ability, Symptoms of ;".tituentopt,
Ni [ALI y ,
SIIIKTALLI, the [earful elects on the mind are mush t”
On dreaded :—LOst 01 ‘lroinry, ceeresion of ydeaa, D&.
preealee et %drill, Evil Forehodines, Aversion to Sloe%
t, Selev f-d il effectsistrust, Love of Solitude, Timidity, km, are some
Thousands m person. , of ell Ny9B, Dan now Judge whet
le the came ,- 1 their
1, ( I, Atlltio in health, losing or:
becominK woak. 100, nerrem end emaci their vig
ated, have t
demihr appearance about the eypp, cough, and otylnr.
MS of consumption,
who hare inlayed themselves by a certain praotioe •
ro 11 de:red iu when alone—a habit frequ•ntly learned from
Jempanteue, or at ichutil the tabula of which are
tightly felt, even when a:deep, and if not eared, render*
nly destroys both mind and bed/
Mould apply !mmed
What pity that a young man, the hopes of his gotta
try, the darling of hls parents, should be snatched Iron
otat e t
Iron the sod enjoyments of life by the connagnewoes
4 path of nature, and Indulging In •
certain secret habit tin. t ittersotts must, before tante=
eacci that sound mind and body are the meet Webeseary
requisites to promote connubial happiness. Indeed
without these, tbelouroey through life become wear
ptigneattor, the prospect hourly darkens to the view; the
Wed becoroes shadowed with despair, and filled with et
melataboly reflection that the happiness of another be•
onto blighted with our owe
DR. JOHNSON'S I.NVIGOAATiNG REMEDY FOR OR;
Bpi, greepeedUat cud i
craPortant remedy. Weakness or the
i 'reete arc ured, end vior restored.
Romanis of the toed DerVOUrullS a n d debilitated wht
'ad lai di hope, have been immediately relieved. All
! ripe/twine to Marriage, Physical or Mental Disecanti.
Trembling. Weakness or Fibanstioß to.
it* tout Norio' Rind, speedily mired
6 111 , . octlY tboneande
at this histintton within tor
'' 4 "ve Years, and the numeroue important Berge n
"utat performed by Dr. J.. Whammed h.,' the re
Pah*. of the papers, and many other penpne,
!hob have appeared again aud again be ore the p
&men at character and re.
44 41 his eleading al n sem - --
"W ahl/. le a sufficient gnarantee to the
tIISEB OF IafPRUDKNOR —When the misguided
mi i t
t L are dada he hag imbibed
F ' It t.orten hapPeng pail
l b bog ol this Nimbi 4 seas%
,?, bo a
ulnae of charrut or dread of discovery detail
''' t Ohni applying to Miele who, from education and re
Zthooloy can alone befriend him, delaying till the con
-, .. 44'141 / a nOlome of tole horrid Mame make their
i,''r••ltace, affecting the head, throat, nose, sion, ate
tort444 oh with tritnthal rapidity, till dam b otos a
t 4'4'l tireadlul sufferings by leading him to o mit
LMPourhe laaa ',bong to tras *der returns." It le a mel
the"`r,o hat tbousiumn tall victims to this terrible
a , " , ft to toe assail:Woes* of Ignorant pretend
0 . , tlf the nee of that deadlyworkent..olercorYt rue
conussuso end make the residue et me miserable.
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BY THE Pit
The Battle at PikesNUe.
THE 'VICTORY COMPLETE.
TWO REBELVENERALS TAKEN
LATER FROM KANAWHA.
Retreat of the Rebels from Cotton Hill
THE ATTACK ON OUR TROOPS
AT GIIYANDOTTE, VA.
TREACHERY ON THE PART 01 THE
A Plot Laidto Massacre our Troops,
A COLD-BLOODED BUTCHERY,
THE TOWN REDUCED TO ASHES.
The battle at' Famine lasted Friday and
Saturday, and the victory was complete. Genet
Williams and Howes are among the prisoners
Advices from Kanawha state that the rebels
who had been shelling Camp Tompkins from
Cotton Hill, had retired upon the approach of a
force under Col. Devine's. Nine of the enemy's
pickets were killed, with no loss on our side.
Col. Devilliens has taken possession of the
The defeat of the I:Taion forces at Guyando'tte
was accomplished by trickery on the part of the
inhabitants.. It seems that a force of rebel
cavalry, variously stated from five hundred to
one thousand, had concentrated in the country
back of the town. These prOposed, with the
11118113MICe or the, ji_ll_r_l3l-
dotte, to annihilate the Federal forces in the
This force consisted of two hundred and fifty
of the Virginia regiment and a few of Ziegler's
Virginia Cavalry. It was arranged between the
rebel cavalry and the rebel citizens to massacre
our troops in cold blood.
Accordingly the iebel citizens were very kind
to our troops on last Sunday evening and invi
ted them to their houses on various pretexts,
and all who were off duty accepted the invita
While they were being entertained, at about
half past eight at night, the rebel cavalry dash
ed into the town. Signals were displayed from
every house where federals were, and into these
rebels rushed murdering the unarmed soldiers
in cold blood. Rebel citizens, men and women
mashed to arms and aided the cavalry in the
,The Rederals in camp prepared as soon as
possible for defence, but were overpowered and
had to break. Very few men were killed in
the engagement with the cavalry—nearly all the
killed being murdered in the houses.
When Col. Ziegler arrived, on learning the
particulars of the affair, he ordered the destruc
tion of the town. Buildings were immediately
fired and the whole town reduced to ashes.
A RECONNOISSANCE OF 16,000 TROOPS
SOUTHEAST OF ALELANDEIL.
Two Thousand Rebels Near Oooatink
AFFAIRS ON THE POTOMAC,
Tlvee Schooners Run the Blockade.
' From calms who have arrived here it is as
certained that a reconnoissance in force of six
teen thousand troops was made at an early hour
this morning, in a south-west direction from
Two thousand ,rebels arrived near Oocatink
creek yesterday, from the main body of their
The bearer De Lion has returned to the Navy
:Yard from the Potomac flotilla,and report affairs
unchanged down the river.
The rebel steamer George Page still harbors
in Quantico creek, and may be seen from Budd's
Three schemers ran the blockade in the
open day yesterday. They came abreast of the
rebel batteries about eleven o'clock in the .
morning. When a fire was opened upon them
they "riled slowly up the Swash channel by the
Maryland shore, and although .forty-three
rounds were fired at thein they all escaped un
touched. Most of the shells fired were appa,
yet* -from Bib& guns and druck, en, the
Ml4/730 4 1 shore.
C/NODTNATI, Nov. 12
in Open Day.
WesmeroToN, Nov. 12
PRICE ONE CENT.
Meeting of the Stockholders of the
Pennsylvania B. R. Co.
Lease of the Philadelphia 44300
PRILADELPILIA, Nov. 12
A special meeting of the stockholders of the
Pennsylvania Railroad Company was called for
10 o'clock this morning, at Samsom Street Hall,
to consider the contract and the loam of the
Philadelphia (late Sunbury) and Erie Railroad.
The attendance at the hour specified was fair,
though not so large as usual at the "regular.
After a lengthy debate a vote was taken sad
the meeting adjourned till tomorrow to hear
the report of the tellers, it being m dered that
the polls be kept open at the office of the com
pany in the meantime to receive the votes of
NEw Yoluc, Nov. 12.
Cotton firm. Flour heavy-26,400 bbls.
sold. Wheat - advancing la2c-26,000 bile.
sold. Chicago spring $1 20@L 22, Milwaukie
club $1 24(41 26, red $1 32®1 27, white
$1 88C4,1 60. Corn 1 ®,2cts. higher-282,000
bus. sold at 66®68ic. Pork heavy—mess $l4 .
75@15 25, prima $9 60®9 62k. Lard heavy at
Rice steady at 7c(471-. Sugar from Mus
covado 7ic®,Bt. Coffee firm. 2,000 bags Rio
sold at 151c@,16. Stocks higher—fair business.
Chicago and Rhode Island 56k, New Jersey
Central 79i, Milwaukie & Mississippi 414, Mis
souri sixes 44i, Tennessee's 20, United States
sixes, 1881; coupons 94i.
Sententious and Sentimental.
Cusrou in infancy becomes a habit in old age.
A Ilfas's name passes around most freely whoa
t has a handle to it.
Teira the world easy, but be careful lest by
the world you are easily taken.
WE may judge of a man's character by what
he loves—what pleases him.
SMALL faults, indulged, are thievee to let la
Quota MEND or Lovs—A neuralgic affection.
MOVING FOR A NM TRlAL—courting a esoond
— Wara - rEvrineve-,--wrotch who IS pardoned
for being meaner than his comrades.
FRIEND-a person who will assist you became
he knows your love will excuse him.
Is you do good, forget it ; if evil, remember
and repent of it.
Love is a compound of honey and gall, mixed
in various proportions for customers.
FARHIONABLE people are apt to starve their
happiness, in order t.) feed their vanity.
WHY is the letter G like the sun ? Because
it is the centre of light.
THE chap who fell into error was lifted out
by the lever of public opinion.
Porsonincs—A. man employed by the corpo
ration to sleep in the open air.
Bazaars—A ludicrous transaction, in which
each party thinks he has cheated the other.
Wan's") To Kaow—Whether the volume of
sound has yet been found.
Ars diseases speak to us solemnly and elo:
quently, except the dumb ague.
A Quzsruor.—Whether the "old wine" NO
much prized is older than elder wine?
GAreszars aon THE SEAT or WAH.—The
breathes made by the artillery.
MArrma THE Tnmo Evinr,--We can get the
Southern wool if we can't get their cotton.
Tuosa who heed not God's writ are 'often
forced to heed the sheriff's.
Wove; never truly command till they have
given their promise to obey.
Sons people are so obtuse that one would
hardly think they could have an acute disease.
Dog stealing in the second degree. Hooking
town made bausages.
A PUBLIC speaker, like a hunting dog, should
give earefuLattention to his points.
Rimy runs most furiously when sguilty con
science drives it.
Ix is with love as with apparit'ons. Every
one talks of it, but few have ever seen it.
WEBN does a fanner act with great rude
ness toward his corn? When he pulls its ears.
Tas man who was lost in slumber is said to
have found his way out again on a night-mare.
LARGIII Mil are less quarrelsome that little
ones. The largest of all oceans is the Facitio.
Trot most mischievous liars are those who
keep just on the ver_e of truth.
Fouow the fashion • you had better display
other people's follies t han your own.
WlEnnua a garden is safer business than =-
weeding a widow, but not half so pleasant.
Barash can sing and whistle, but they
not pleasant musicians.
Evari if your heart is in a oause, it dormet
follow that you should "put your foot in it.
This is a fast generation, bat our ancestors aea
tairily got ahead of us in the world.
MARRY if you would prosper ; a pair are al
ways four-handed—an individual never.
Tax man who took a bold stand, resolved to
bring it back.
A good many men are in the beat health
when they are out of spirits.
Taman the clouds rear their battlements to
the 14x.y, they are easily carried by storm.
Was would be pronounced quicker by ad
ding a syllable to it?—Quick.
,has been so improv_ed in
after times as to rood •`bita,ninoas oWourity."
NoT so isen.-,The ladies have adopted a red,
white and blue hoop, which Walled the mem.