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GLAD NEWS FOE Tilt, UNFORTUNATE!:
DISCOVEAED AT LAST.
Crit,ROKEE INJECTION I
fr.Y.+.7POUNDED FROM ROOTS, BANKS AND LEAVES.
ctrEßaitEEs RSDLEDY, the peat Indian Dila-elle,
'Ares aft diseases of the =friary organs, 'such as Inconli
nnec of the Grine, byanimation •qf the Madden- Inflam
mation of Um' Kidneys, Slone in the Bladder, Stricture,
Grant, G&W, Comiorhea, and is eq,r.Ciady recommended
in Uwe. caner of Fitter Atka' (or IVhites in females) Where
the °X MiiISCOUS mechcincs hare failed.
ja• it is prepared -in a highly concentrated form, the
jose ealy being from.one to two teaspuottfuLe three times
pet day. •
is dimYtic and attentive in its action; pnr*ing
eru c .exus;ag the blood, musing it td now in all 'of its
unginal purity and vigor; thus removing from tn eF y n t em
yil percicko , causes which have induced disease.'
CHEROKEE INJECTION Is Intended as an ally or assist'
art to the CHEROKEE REMEDY and should be used in
m onction with that medicine in all cases of Gonorrhea,
Gfre,ler Alirus or Whiles. Its , ' en3Cts are healing,
and demulcent ; . removing all ,scalding, :heat,
cheolee and pain, Instead of the burning and almoat
eadurai , le pain that is experienced with nearly all, the
zg-BN tho use of the I_dithROICER IIiESIEDY and
dime !KEE ISJECTION—the two medicinesat the same
tint o--all improper discharges are removed ; andf the weak
,•re d organs arc speedily restored to fall vigor and
4:FFer full particulars, get oti7pansphlet from ar . ‘y
trez store in the country, or write us, and we Will mail
to a:p• eddress, a full treatise.
est,.Prier, CHEROKEE REMEDY, $2 per bottle, or
Imo bottles for $5. '
"Ca-Price CHEROKEE INJECTION, $2 per bottle, or.
three bottles for $5.
Sell( by express to any address en receipt of
im.Se!ii by all druggists everywhere.
R.,W. R. MERWIN & CO., 1
siarlo-oodly No. 59 Liberty street, New York
ROOTS, BARKS AND LEAVES.
unfailing cure for Spermatorrhea, Seminal Weak-
N,,eturnal Emissions, and all diseases caused by set/ 7
,ialleeiwa ruck as Loss of Memory, Universal Lentsittate,
Pains in the Back, Dimness of Vizion,"Premature OW Ape
ti,,,( Nerves, Difficulty of Breathing, Trembling., Wakeful
:lea, Erurtiorzs on the Face, Pale Countenanae, Insanity,
Consumption, and alt the Direful complaints caused by de
pli-tingfrant the path of :Were.
This medicine iS a simple vegetable extract, and one
n which all can rely, &sit has been used in our praetice .
for many years, and with thousands treated, it has not
Wed in a single instance. Its curative, powers have been
itlicient to gain victory over the most stubborn case.
dci—To those who have trilled with their constitution,
tetil they think ihemselves beyond the reach of medical
it, we would say, Deal air not ! the Oneonta eltE will
fosterer yon to health and vigor, and after all quack doe
ors have failed I
gar For full particulars, got a Circular from any Drug
' , tare in tho c-tuntry, or wrlto tho Proprietor, who will
mail free to any one desiring the same, a full treatise in
pall - 111103i form.
Aka-}'rice= $2 par battle, or throe bottles for $5, and
orwarded by express to al! parts of the world. '
w:;old by a!I respeetaWo druggists everywhere.
DR. W. B. & CO.,
No. 59 Liberty ATM, New York.
a tau todly
N W ADVERTISEMENTS.
C> l=" 'X' IC I - 3 1_N ,
ECIS to inform the inhabitants of Harris
ours and vicinity that he has removed to No. 29
North second street, two doors from Walnut. Thankful
lur the confidence and patronage bestowed on me dining
my stay on Market. Square, I hope to merit a continuance
or the same at n - v new• stand.
PARTICULAR ATTENTION is called to the.
CELEBRATED TINTED PARABOLE SPECTACLES
for which Idaho the undermentitim-d advantages:
ist. That from the peculiar construction cf the Cinsses,,
they assist and preserve the sight, rinillc.ring frequent .
Jiang.. gaits unneceasary.
24. That they confer a brilliancy and dlrstinotama; of
with an amount of ease and comfort not hitherto en
;,red by spectacle We irers. .
3d. That the material from which the Lenses are ground
1.3 manufactured specially for optical purposes, and is
Print, ILARD AND BRILLIANT, and no. liable to become,
it. That the frames in which they are set, whether in
,:01d, silver or steel, are of the fittest quality and finish,
ail OrattAtvrazo PERFECT in every respect.
sth. That, from their peculiar color they prevent a PR
perduity of light allectuig the retina, and therefore
..trengthining the optic nerve and rendering it less liable
Constantly on hand, a large assortment of Achromatic
, rtmeopes, Spy Glasses, opera, Marine and Field Wass-
Stereoscopes and Views, Magic Lantern; liaroineters
ii , erutumeters, Magnets, &c., &c.
Itemember that Rosontiale's Institute Will be permanent
29 North Second street, lire doors from the Bueh
DR. B. M. GILDEA,
RESPECTFULLY informs the eiti2ens. of
Harrisburg and vicinity that he has removed his of-
Lc, num Niarket street to lhird street, next door to the
Pgriut and Union office, where he is prepared to accom
modate all who may desire his professional services.
EVERY TUESDAY AND FRIDAY,
CAN be had at
, THE FRUIT STORE
Third ntraot, near AValnut.:
PRA: E 3
at has, &C.,
SHISLER & FRAER'S,
:0020] (SucceSsork to Wm. Dock, Jr., & Co.)
Vinetinitia • tioy
Wl* •t; ‘6 9 ( Alli, ,A ) - 1 (L. rttgra
BY GEORGE BERGNER.
D Y E Si A,
DISEASES RESOIIII% FROM
DISORDERS OF 7117, - LIVER
.tt0..4). - P 4 k;:#4. W A
VER - ildU.B BITTERSf
haSE Bitters:have performed more cures;
ve and do give better satisfaction; have o rmore tea.
Oniony; have more respectable people to vouch for them
than any other article in the market.
We defy any one to contradict this 'assertion, anif . will
pay $l l OOO to any pne. t hat:will produce a certificate -pub
'fished by us thiL;iS not getilritie •Runtand's German :Bit
ters, will chre ovary case of CliiiltlieOrNeTVßlLS Debility,
Diseases of thegiditiVs, and illiteksits arising frirm
oidered.stomach. :Observe the following .eymptoms; re:
suiting from the disorders of the digestive organs; Con
.stipation, Inward Yiles , . Fullness of Blood to the 11,314
Acidity of the Stomach; Nausea', Heartburn, Dltust:for
Food, , Fullness or weight in the SteniackSour Eructations,
Sinking or fluttering at, theipit of - the stomich;Swiintning
of the head, Hurried and ditlicult breathing,. Fluttering, at
the heart, Choking or sulfiktirting sensations when in a
lying posture, 'Dimness Of vision, Dots'or webs 'before the
sight, Fever and.dull paiminthe head,- Defioiency of pen-
Oration,. Yellowness of the skin and eyes, Pain in the aide,
back; chest, limbsoire., Stidden fitishei. ht . heat, .Burning
in rho O&M, Constant imaginations of evil, and great de
pression of spirits.
Remember that this Bitters is' not alcoholic, contairts,no
ram or whisky, and can't' make dimakaxiis e but is the.
bitst Tonic in the world.
'READ WHO SAYS SO;
From tho Rov. Levi G. Beck, Pastor oftthe Baptist
Church, Pemberton, N. J., formerlt of North Baptiat
1 have knownllonfia.nd's German Bitters favorably for
a number of years. I have used them in my own family
and have been so pleased with the.r effects that I was
duced to recommend them to manyothora.and know that
they have operatedin a strikingly beneficil! manner: I
take, great pleasure in thus publicly proclaiming this
facf,,and calling the attention of thcep -a4keted with the
diseases for which' they sod recOmmeaidixi' tO these Bit=
tors, knowing from experience that my recommendation
will be sustained. . I do' this more cheerfully as Hoof
land's Bitters is intended to benefit the alliicted, and, is.
"not a cum drink." Yours truly.
From Rev. J. Newton Drown, D. D., Editor of the En
cyclopedia of ReliSious'Enowiedge awl Christian Cluonl-
Although-not disposed to favor or recommend Patent
?Sehleines in, general, through.distrust of their ingredients
and effects, I yet know of no suffioient reasons why a,
man may not testify to the benefits he believes himself to
have received from any simple preparition, in the 4opo
that he may thus contribute to the benefit of others. -
Ido this the more readily In regard to Hoofland's Ger
man Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. K. Jackson, of tills city
because I was prejudiced against thorn -. tor many years,
under the impression that they -were :chiefly an alcoholic
mlxture. lam indebted to my friehd, Robert Shoema
ker, Esq., for the removal of this prejudice by proper
tests, and for encouragement to fry,thom when suffering.
from great and long continued 'debility. The use of
three bottles of those Bitters at‘4.l3e bminning of the
present year, was followed by evident..relief and restora
tion to a degree.of bodily and mentaiil-or which I had
not for six menthe before, and had. almost desPaired of
regaining. I therefore thank God end my friend for di
recting mo to the use of them_ -
J. NEII7OK Philede
From Rev. 'Warren Randolph Pastor dr Baptist
Church, Germantown, Petty.
Dr. C. M. Jaelmon:—Dear Sir:-.xPersonal experience,
enables me to say that I regard the
; Bitters ; pre ,
pared by you, as &Most excellent medicine. In - cases of
severe cold and general debility I nave been greatly,bene
litted by the use of the Bitters. and doubt not they will
produce similar effects on others.
Yours truly WARREN RANDDLPH,..
• Germantown,. Pa-
From Ito.. J. IL Turner, Pastor of. Nodding 3L E
Dr. C. Cu. Jackson:—Dear Str:—Having used your Ger
man Bitters ill 'thy family:freauektly I ampleflarod - re say
that it has been of great service. ' I baeire' that most
cases of general debility of the system it Is the safest and
most valuable remedy of which I have any knowledge,
Yours. - respectfully " J. H. TURNER.,
N0..726 M. - Nineteenth street
From the Rev. J. IL Lyons, formerly Pastor of the
Columbus (N. J.) and Milestown (Pa.) Baptist Churches.
NEW Rocitaux, N. Y.
' Dr. C. H. Jacksoni—Dear Sir:—l feel ii a plessure.thus,
of my own accord, to bear testimony to the excellence or
, tbe German Bitters. Some years since being much of
dieted with Dyspepsia, I used them with very beneficial
results. I have often recommended them to, persons on
feobled by that torualinting disease, and have hoard 'from
them the most flattering testimonials as to their gre at
value. In cases of general 'debility, I believejt to; be a
tonic that cannot be ' - •• J: hi. LYONS.
From the Rev Thomas Winter, Ptistir of Rox.bonaugh
, Dr. Jacksun:—Dear felt it dui to your excel
lent prepanaloh, - .Hootland , German 'Bitters; to add my
testimony to the deserved reputation la has obtained_ I
have for years, at times, been troubled with greatfdlsarder
in my head and nervous system. I was 'advised
friend to try a bottle of your German Bitters; did so, add
have experienced great and unexpected.rollef; my health
bas been very materially benetitzetU, I confidently recoin,
Mend the article where meet with cases' similar , to my
'own, and have been assured by :many -of their-good'ef
fects. Resi.rectfully , yours,
T. WlNTEkßoxborough, Pa
From Rev. 3. S. Herman, of the Get - man Reorined
Church, Kutztown, Berks. county. Pa
Dr. C. H. Jackson:—Respected Sir:—.l have been
troubled with Dyspepsia nearly twenty years, and have
never used any medicine that did me as much good as
Hoolland's Bitters. lam very much improved in health,'
after having taken five bottles.
Yours with respect, J. S. HERMAN.
Large Size (holding nearly double quantity,) $l. 00
. per bottle—half doz $5 00
Small Size-76 cents per bottle—half doz. 400
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS t:
See that the signature of "O. M. JAMESON" la On the
WRAPPER of each-bottle.
Should your Dearest druggist not have the article, do
"'not be put off by-any - or the intoxicating preparations that
_may be offered in 1t.9 place, but send ` le pa, and we will
rprWard, f3OUielit packed,. by; witmetoi.:
Principal Office mind Manufactory.
-• 631ARCH - STAEET,
JONES & EVANS,.
Succemors C. • Tacksion
Eor sale by Druggists and Tealeni - in every town in the
United States. mylO-diwly
ABM - =lll. - ID B 7 •
LEVI G. BECK.
"TH_E H UN.ION—NOW AND FOR.EVER."—We6ter.
HARRISBURG, PA., SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 7,
F or SALE
The subscriber otame,for sale the stock and fixtures of
his" .well known ~wifousiitg LIQUOR STORE Artp
RECTIFYING - ESTAIILIS sell the whole
or'part of the atonic, and , the entire fixtures. The busi-
ness has been carripd.on abord fifteen years, and Is well
establohed . With the store la connecteda Goxi "COPPER
Mu; It %situated. on Canal sunct, bet Ween Pennsyl
vania railroad and camai, and has a private siding sultible
for tbrivarding,porposes. .POSSendon given immediately
and tease given for from one to ten yearn.: Terms to snit,
purchasers. For farther information 'apply on Me- pre
mises ro tatarg4-411.:131,F,0 0:- KUNKEL.,
PR VATE SALE.
'CVNE of the best loetitione for IRON
NJ • W in• the, State for ode, At a very reasonable
price, to any purchaser who will improve it, situated with-
in a rhort,distence of the clty,of.aturisburg, b tw. the
Pelogylvaidataliroad'andeLt4 - ali art five 'hundred, feet
wiafkanitliktwide or clio best/ Wife:nom quante,s In the
Suite and close to a good turnpike .road.v-also, room- for
waste cinders forpfty•yeafe, wigiont Paying for thp ) 2 0.
AP I O to ; DAVID MUMMA, Jr., •
' • Attornek-at•Law, Nir!-14. North &woad sticet;
'marle..dtt.. • . :1.. . • ' Haretbburg,
[Philadelphia Press insert times and send bill to
REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE SALE
Ttiu several "propeities of the Estate of WILLIAM AL
LISON, ileoessed, in thavity a,flarrisburg,Vonsisting ei
Houses on Front "streeVand•ChMtnat street, at and near
the corner a Front and Chestuutstreets, a vacant lot on
Mulberry street, near Third street, and 19%, acres
of laud at the eastern terminus of Market, street, are of
etre& few sale. Fur terms of sale apply to the Undersigned,
4.lventh and Nohlestreets; Philadelphia. J • • • :
OeniLdtfi ; THOMAS coonß4s.
IVO ' ,riCE is hereby t the follow
. "g-'persons• hive file& petitions to the Court of ;
quarter .Sieimmua of Dauphin county for Tavern Licenses r
,that... Mis same ,wit' presented to the saitt Gourt, on
; the 11th d.ity May.,1664, as required by law:
Richard Mem, First ward; Harrisburg,
Jacob Brezineman, " "
• David Slaith,r; r,".. "A •""
Christ.' si.E. '• r
Ann " '
John °eller, ,
W. iGeltiotiisiciiii• Seauti warb
'Thomas Nicocision. "
.13. G. Peters, '
• Janiei Raymond,
!Charles H. Mann.
, John 11. ktrkinkTlaird ward.
Gebrt e t &Atari •"" I' 2l '
'Rehert Vaughn, 4 < "
W. G. Thompson, "
David H. Hutchison, "
.Joseph W. Stone, "
William Rauch, "
' Gotlieb Swilkey,,
Samuel R. Dunlap,
John P. Delker,
Edwin Ifmer, *"
Heikel Art...mitn• " •
•Ebeuezer;Lundk, ••" ,",
;James Davis. •
James , W. Morgan, Fourth wed,
Lazarus Beruhand,l ; ' " • "1
Wm. P. HugheF
Wm. Utfibbrie4.- - a'• .1. .. 6-
' Owen M'Cabe, 161,
litienaeLltair,e' " •
Timothy hi'.Coy,'Fifth •yrzwd, "
John Shultz, '" ‘-•
Pau ick Malone,
'John A. Gramm,
J. L. Dick; Sikth 'Wird
Philip Crouse -
• John Steraler,
Alexander M'ClLntock, "
William Mocheiman, "
Vincent Orsiu - gior, "
Patrick bi'Nlll - ,
• William H.
ti ßohl,. "
Valenne Dotson, North ward. Middletown
Frederick KoLrpor, " "
MUnd & Kertdig, Middle ward, "
Christian Nell; - it
David Osoorne, South watt'.
jainSis Hippie, "
Elijah S. En/blch, " "
Crueler, Steiner, "
Adam Earnest;. 66. -
George Yeager Millersburg:
BOrgattlill Bordnei, Gettysburg. -
P. A. §howera tt Susquebantiit tovni9hip,
M G. Shreiner, ,
John Pyler, !, • ;
Ja. ob Livingston,
Charlotte Wolf, Highspire.
Susan Lehman, "
Andrew T. Green ' "
John Eby, Swatam township.
Santini .8' hitlney er,• Swerars. township.
Elijah Etaleb.ch, Lower Swatara '
John - Snyder, Coneveitgo township.
David IL Baum,
. Peter Swangeri terry township.
Martin looser, ..
Henry Gross, LondondetTy . township
leaac W. Kelchner, " -• " •
J‘lin S. Stoner, East Hanover"
John Beek.- Wedt Han Over
George Rocker, Union Deposit,
, Samuel Spehse, Dauphin.
Catharine ii. Steese ,
C. 11 Rhoads,. 6 .
Jdcob Osman, " - '
John Marsh, Halifax.
William Warner, Reed township.
Samuel Buck, Lipper Paz oit township.
- Samuel Bower middle Paxton township.
John Umberip;r, " "
Charles Freeland, ' • "
Benjamin Geeley, Lower Paxton township .
El ijab - W. Ammon, "-
John Miller, Fisherville.
Elias Byerly, Uniontown.
Matilda Wingert, Elizabeth:ole.
Matthias 8,1106, Gratz.
Jacob Lenker, - •
Elizabeth Hain, Lykenstown,
' Jacob Y. Roffman, Wiconl.-5.
Jacob Tallman Sr. , • "
Harrisburg, April 13-wltdBteod
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PERFUMING LINEN AND PREVENTING MOTS.
THIS POWDER—a. compound of *ainable
articles_ for .the destruction of insectisiiibuted
among or dusted over Furs, 'Woolens, Carpets, Clothin!,
&c., peeked away for summer, will effectually prevent
moth. _ . .
Befog also a delightful, ditlusable perfume it will im
,pregnate clothing, &o , with a lasting and pleasant - odor.
The Hoeft fabric cannot be igiurett by its u.e,
Prepared and sold at SELLER'S
Drug and Fancy Goods Store, ko. 91 Market street.
SCIIEFFER'S BOOKSTORE -
JOB. PRINTING OFFICE,
A 50,172711. ,SECOND
Two Boors Below BardWare_Stirei
OPPOSITE THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
J. O. YOUNG. Clerk
KUNKEL'S BITTER WINE OF IRON
A PURE and powerful TONIC, Corrective
..LX. and Alterative, of wendertd efficacy in dieeasies of
the STOMACH, LIVER and BOWELS. •
Cures I •
Debility, Nervousness, De
ptession of Spirits, Constipation
Intermittent Fever, Acidity of the
Stomach, Nausea, Heartbarn, Disgust for ,
Food, Fullness or Weight In the Stomach,
- Sinking or F uttering at the Pivot* the Stomach;
Swimming of the Head, Litlicult Breathing, Yellow
ness of to + Skin and Eyes, Fever and Dull pains In the
Head, Paln . In the Side, Back, Chest and Limbs,
will cure every case of Chronic or Nervous
Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys and
Diseases arising. from a disordered
or Fetale, Old
The moat beneficialmedieine known; gives better satis
faction and elliee more diseases than any other prepara
tion offered to kite Public. Prepared solely by S., A. RUN
EEL & BRO, liChfaiket street, HarrisbUrg.
For sale by Druggists and Dealers everywhere.
BEWARE . 'OF
'l3. Counterfeits .:20
Asdiunkel'e 'Bitter Wine of Iron isthe ottly sure and
elfectuid'reniedyln the known world for' the permanent
cure of Dyspsywiwattd.Debiigy. and as there are a number
of Imitations offered to, the public, we would
' caution the
coMmunity,• , purchaie noire, but the" genuine article,
manufactered by S. LA. gunner. & Bee., and has their
stamp on the top of the cork of every bottle. The very
fact that others are, attelnkiing to.,.kbilittAe this valuable
remedy, proAVits'worth and spmdfaiolutnes in its favor.
TborllittetliwineofAroais up; i5.1 . 5 - tipp.l and' stbo
bottlek•and sold Vail' le Mmiiltd_thititiattout
the country. Be pakticalLi? that . eviry 'bottle - bears the
ac simile of the proprietor's signature.
This • the
This Wine includes, most-agroeable and efficient
Salt of Iron we possesis;Titrate of Magnetic Oxide com
bined, with the most onergetic of vegetable tonics, Yellow
Peruvian bark. The - effect in many cases of debility, loss
of appetite, and gener,al prostmtion, of an efficient Salt of
Iron, combined 'with our valuable Nerve Tonle, Is most
happy. It augments the appetite, raises the pulse, takes
off muscnlor flabbiness, removes the pallor of debility,
and gives &florid vigor to the countenance.
4 118 MARF.7 STR EET
_by alt -,- rispentablo dealer's : thlotikhotitilan
ountiy. -- •
DRS. \V 1.1.;TH and CREAMER, Eclectic
.physicians, respectfully-. offer
Lima prefemlioaal 4erttices in all the various :branches of
theprofession, for the treatment of all acute and chronic
forms of disease.
The remedial means they orniday in the treatment of
disease consist of Ifitgootism, Galvanism , Electro-Magnet
ism, the Swedish Method of Localized movement cure, a
few Ecl'-ctk medicines when deemed necessary, and in
mot all alto natural curative agents that may successfully
he brought to beef upon the disease .
They-eo not wish to he understood as. arrogating to
themselves anysupevietity of proftssional skill, but they
believe the remedies they employ in the treatment of dis
ease far superior to these generally employed byphys telexes,
from the fact that they act in perfect . harmony - with the
laws governing and .controlling the human system. To
lilts, and the fact that they confute themselves to no bar-
Ocular pathy or velem, they attribute their success in
controlling disease. •
TheiprincdpaL _agent they emplOy In the treatment of
disease, namely, Elect. icay, is an agent wonderful in its
pli,enomena and powerful to its effects for geed or ill. It
Is an ever present, allpervrding princlp/e, governing' all
things, from rolling world doWnb. the invisibleparticles
of gasseoue matter. , We befilt in the lightning's flash and
hear the manifestations of its power in, the _muttering
thunder. It is, the cause of all decomposition, recompo
shion and transformation. It excites all motion. It is the
exciting cane° :of grOWth, •decAY: and 'death. It
muses soretiom excretion, digestion.. It Iva hold of the
crude food in the stomach, converts it into a state of flu.
Idity. transmutes it into arterial blood, and aenda it on its
important °dice of supplyins nutriment according to the'
necessities. of the body. It is the nerve vital fluid, • the
vest agont through which the mind acts upon the body ,
It. Is the Milne of all causes exc. pt the twat great causes
the Infinite Mind which created it and brought it lute use.
Tne,e May 'appear lite mere assertions, but tney are
facts adnutting of strong and irresistible proof. Is It then;
to lie wondered at that an agent so wonderful in its phe
nomena, so power rut in its malt stutloes and so intimate
ly connected with' all the operations of the human sys
'tem. should be almost absolute In its power of controlling
disease? t ertainly not. It is an natural sequence and
follows as surely as day follows night. .
Among the disceies which are round to yield readily to
Electricity, in conjunction with proper adjunct treatment,
may be mentioned the following; Incipient Consumption,
p„ralysis, Elpiliptic, Hysteric and Omer Convulsions
Neuralgia, in its uorst forms, Rhuematism, inflammatory
and chronic; all disrases or the nervous system; I iyspep.
sia cured in a few treatments; all di:tames of the urinary
and genital organs; Female Diseases, Asthma, Piles and
prolapsus Ani ; Aiinaurosis and all kindred affections of
the eke; Auretus, strictures, all elfin diseases, &c.
Persona calling will no tend whether they can be bone
fitted and no case taken where some relief cannot be af
forded- Consuitatiens free. Witco, South Second stre--t,
be.ow Chestnut, Harrisburg PA, Office hours fr,m Bto
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THE BLOODY FLAG OF FORT PILLOW
Touching Scene hi Fort Pickering
SPEECH OF' MRS. BOOTH
An Oath to Avenge the Massacre
" Never Surrender the Flag to Trill-ors,"
[From the .iffemphis But etin, of the 12th ult.]
We are under obligations to an obliging
friend for the following interesting particu
On Tuesday last, = AprilAd, the widow of
Major Booth, the late commander at Fort Pil
low, arrived at Fort Pickering below this city.
Colonel .Tackson, of the . 6th United States
heavy artillery; had his 'regiment formed into
line for her reception. In front of its centre
stood fourteen wren, as fine, brave fellows as
tread the earth. '1 hey were the remnant of
the Ist battalion of the regiment now drawn
up-all who had escaped the fiendish' scenes
of Fort Pillow, scenes that have stamped yet
deeper blackness on the infamous brow of
Mrs. Bourn came forward. In her hand she
bore a flag, red and clotted with human blood.
She took a position in front of the fourteen
heroes, so lately under her deceased husband's
The ranks before -her - observed a silence
that was full of solemnity. Many a hardy
face showed by twitching lips and humid eyes
how the sight of the bereaved lady touched
bosoms that could meet steel, and drew on
the fountain of tears that had remained dry
even after the piteous sights witnested on the
battlefield after a fierce action.
Turning to the men before her she said:
Boys, I just come from a visit to the
hospital at Mound City. There I saw your
comrades, wounded at the bloody struggle in
Fort Pillow. There I found this flag you re.
cognize it ! One of your comrades saved it
from the insulting touch of traitors at Fort
I have given to my country all I had to
give—my husband—such a gift ! Yet I have
freely given him for freedom and my coun
Next my husband's cold remains, the next
dearest object left me in the world, is this
flag—the flag that waved in proud defiance
over the works of Fort Pillow!
Soldiers! this flag I give to you, knowing
that you will ever remember the last words of
my noble husband—".Arever Surrender the Flag
to Traitors I" .
CoL Jackson then received from her hand—
on behalf of his comniandthe.blocid Stained.
flag. He-called upon the =gip . ent to receive
it as sueh a gift ought to be received. At that
call he `and every man of the regiment fell
upon theil lmees, and solemnly appealing to
the God of battles, each one swore to avenge
their brave mad fallen comrades, and never—
never surrender the flag to traitors I
The scene was one never surpassed in emo
tional incident. Beside the swift rolling wa
ters of:the lAississippiwithin the enclosure
that bristled - with the death dealing cannon,
knelt...these rough soldiers, whose bosoms
were heaving with emotion, and on many of
whose cheeks quivered a tear they tried to
,hide, though it did honor to their manly no
Beside them stood in her grief, the widow
of the loved officer they had lost--and above
.them was held the bloody flag. That eloquent
record of crime, which has capped the climax_
of rebellion, and which will bring a reckoning
In few but pointed and incisive words, .CoL
JA.cxsos pledged himself anclhiseommand, to
discharge to the uttermost the seolemin obliga
tion of justice they had that day taken.
Col. Kh_PP-42 , 1 followed him, expressing -him
self in favor of such retaliatory acts as justice
and the laws of warfare require in a- case of
such fiendish and wicked cruelty.
Woe to the unlucky reli who falls info the
hands of any of the commands represented at
this splemn declaration. The determination
of the officers of the 6th U. S. Heavy Artillery
is incontestible, their bravery has been tried,
and they have never been found wanting.
W.. B. Mc.
The New York Gold Market,
NEW YORE, May 6 P. 31
Gold closed at 171 this eTeniag.
:THE IMPENDING BATTLE IN VIRGINIA,
GENERAL MEADE BEYOND CHANCELLORSVILLE
4 • WASHINGTON, Hay 6.
" The Army of the Potomac 'has pased the
Wilderness. which includes the old Chancel
lorsville battle-ground, east of Lee's army
until it reached an open plain east south-east
of the Wilderness. He further states that
Gen. Grant took that route in order to flank
• Our informant states.that the theory enter
tained by officers there, was that Gen. Lee
was still in his works about Orange Court
House. Many here believe- that it will be
found that Gan. Grant - has flanked Gen.. Lee,
and is betweeii his army and the works of
MARKETS' BY .TELEGRAPH
PECCEADELPICIA, May 6. -
Business is very quiet in all departments,
all eyee being turned towards the seat of war.
About 3,000 131315. flour were sold at wit 8 25
for extra family, and SW 50®10 for fancy.
Nothing doing in rye flour or corn meal.
Wheat is held fain, and 3,000 bus. red sold
at $l . 90, and white ranges from $2 to $2 10;
rye is wanted at Si-55®1 60 ; corn is less
active, and only 2,000 bus. yellow sold at
$1 37; oats are steady at 89®90c; cloverseed
is strong at s7(gb7 25; flaxseed sold at $3 37.
Provisions are-held firm; mess pork is held at
28 dollars. hams.sell at 18(0,224c; sid'es' 7 lto4
a 141 e"; shoulders at 13®13Ac; and lard at
Coffee, sugar and , molasses are quiet, with
limited sales. Whiskyisells at $1 per , bbt,
and $122 for drudge.
Stocks dull; Penna. s's 97; Readingrailroad
64 ; Morris canal 82 ; Long Island ;blank;
Penna. railroad 69i; •gold 176 k; exchange
on New York par.
PRICE TWO CENTS.
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The follownig are the rate, itir adverrisnig :a the .Tair
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C - ,3 - Four lines cr iet:a constitute one-licif sle rc. i. ,:.
iue•• <1 more than roar constitute a gq:mro.
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fAn day5......_............50 Two da a . 1 on
Chroe dap:7s -Three oar , - .. 1 sf.
One week 1 2a Oneweek 2 2:3
Jae month 300 One month 3 , 6
fen months 4 50 Two months 0 dO
Chree months 6 50 Three months. '....... 11 L 0
'Six months 600 6lx Montloi 15 0
-' t oo year 15 00 ( One yeu.'. 25 tO
Administration Notices.... ... .i.
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tar Business notices in
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FROM THE SEAT OF WAIL
OUR ARMY MARCHING ON!
NO FIGHT UP TO WEDNESDAY EVENING.
AFFAIRS THIS SIDE OF THE RAPIDAN,
Burnside at Warrenton Junction on Wedr.et-day
WASHINGTON, May 6.
Information has been received here that
our army has passed safely through the
Wilderness, but nothing further is known
to-day of the onward movement.
Rumors prevail of fighting, but they aro
founded on mere conjecture, as it is known
that up to 7 o'clock on Wednesday no light
There are troops remaining on this side of
the Rapidan, but it would be improper to
estate .their exact location. Nearly all the col
bred soldiers aro on this side of the river.—
guch of the rolling stock of the railroad has
been sent back to Washington, us them is LI 0
further use for it below.
Naw loss, May 6.--A special dispatch re
ports that our army has passed through the
Wilderness of Virginia, emerging into the
A letter received from Gen. Burnside's head
quarters at Warrenton. Junction, on the 4th,
locates the corps there, but it was expected to
move on that day.
Burnside Attacks a Rebel Force at
A Rebel Office liilecL
Capture of Important OrderG
from Gen. Lee.
RUMOR OF BURNSIDE'S DEFEAT A CANARD.
WASHINGTON, May 6.—Yesterday afternoon
at 2 o'clock, information was received by Gen.
Burnside that a large force of rebels was
moving southward by way of Thoroughfare.
Gap. This was communicated by signals, and
Gen. Burnside at once started a large foice of
cavalry. who came up with the enemy as they
were passing through the Gap:
A volley from our men brought to the
ground a Lieutenant, supposed from the mark
on his shirt to be named Marchand.
He is believed to have been an aid to either
Lee or Stuart, as orders were found upon his
person signed by order of Gem Lee, directing
Amboderr and his Cavalry and all of the Cav
alry force in northern Virginia, to move at
once and join Gen Lee.
These orders were'dated on the 4th instant,
and it is supposed that the cavalry retreating
South was not only that of Imboden, but all
the rebel cavalry in Northern Virginia, except
probably a few
in guerrilla bands and marauders
who could not time receive the notic,e.
This information shows tlfat the statement
telegraphed from New York of the defeat of
Burnside at Thoroughfare Gap was without
REPORTED ATTACK ON..GENERAL BANKS.
Destruction of Vessel..
Ns w Yeas, May 6.
The Commercial has a report from New Or
leans that General Banks, in his retreat to
Alexandria, was assailed by the Confederates
in force at Cane river, and s - alfered severely.
Thirteen transports and gunboats are said to
have been blown up by his orders to prevent
them from falling into the hands of the ene
my. This report is doubtful.
XXXVILTth Congress---First Session
WASHINGTON, May 6th.
Mr. Foote, (Vt.,) from the Committee on
Pensions, reported back the bill in relation to
the compensation of pension agents, with?
amendment, on the adoption of which tho
bill was recommended,
Mr. Cowan (Pa.) repinted back the bill to
amend an act, entitled an act to promote the
progress of the useful arts. This bill grants
six months extension to patentees in which to
pay their fees. It was passed. -
HOUSE OP REPRESENTATIVES.
Mr. Davis, (Massachusetts,) from the COM
mitteee on Elections,reported two resolutions
which lie over for the present—one declaring
that F. P. Blair is not, and the other that Mr.
Enos, the contestant, is entitled to a seat as
representative for the First Congressional dis
trict of Missouri.
On motion of Mr. Farnsworth, (Illinois)
it was resolved that when the House nOjeurn
to-day,- it be till Monday.
Mr. Ganson (New York) called up the re
solution of the Committee on Elections, 4e-
Glaringthat neither Mr. Loan, the sitting
member, or Mr. Bruce, the contestant, is en
titled to a seat as representative of the 7th
Congressional district or Missouri.... _ -
' Mr. Ganson, in supporting the resolation„
said that a majority of the committee had,.
after a - review of all the testimony, come to
the conclusion that the interference of it per
tion of the armed militia. of: Missouri wat:ta
such an extent directed against the contestant
as to render the election a nullity, "and there
fore they had concluded to refer both gentle
men back to the people in order• that there
may be a full and fair expression of their pre
New York Stock 4.7ark:t.
Nw Yoax, May 6•
Stocks:were heavy at the first call; the fol
lowing were the quotations: Cumberland pre
ferred 64; New York Cenixal 130; Hudson
river 133; Canton Co. 34; Virginia G's 49;
Aissonri s's 60(4,70c; Erie 108.1; Harlem 128;
Pacific Mail 225; quicksilver 65; gold 1768;
one year certificates 981; five-twenties 106.
Gold is now quoted at 1754.
LATna.-10 A. at.--Stocks are lower, except
for good securities which arefirmer; Cleveland
and Rock Island 1044; Cumberland preier.red
64; Illinois Central 121 i; Michigan Southern.
88; New York Centrall3o; Pennsylvania coal .
105;Reading 128; Hudson River 133; Cinitini
Co. 134; Missouri 6's 70; Erie 1084; Galetta
and Chicago 115 i; •Cleveland • shit o Taiedo
146 - f Harlem 230; gold 176. i; one year certifi-
cates 98i; Treasury 7 3-10110; coupon 5-21 i's
106. Gold is now quoted at 175.
din the Cheat'
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