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MORNING AND EVENING,
BY GEORGE BERGNER.
9FFICE. THIRD ST., NEAR WALNUT.
TERMS OF SUBSC,RIPTION
SLNGIX. 3C L'SC7;t:"tiON
Tim Daus TELT:alum Is served to subscxibers in the
gay at 8 cents per v.-eek. Yearly subscribers will be
charged $5 00 in advance. Those persons whC. neglectto
qty in ad sauce will be charged $6 00.
VIE Timmy-us is also published weekly, and is furnished
to subscribers at the following cash rates
Single copies, week1y.........
Tyree copies to one Post Mee
Ten copies to one Poet Office
GLAD NEWS FOR THE UNFORTUNATE!
DISCOVERED AT LAST.
CHEROKEE INJECTION! -
COMPOUNDED FRO IL ROOTS, BARKS AND LEAVES.
CIIEBOKEEB BENBDY, thegreat Indian Ditesielic,
cures all diseases of the urinary organs ; such as Inchn - U
nmet of the Urine, Inflammation of The Bladder, Initials
?nation of tha Kidneys, Stone in the Bladder, Stricture,
Gravel, West, Gonnorhea, and is especially recommended
in those cases of Fluor Altus (or Whites in females) where_
a n the old nauseous medicines have failed.
IL Is prepared in a highly concentrated form„the
dose only being from one to two teaspoonfuls three times
J o- It is diuretic and alterative in its action; purifying
and cleansing the blood, causing it to flow' in all of.
originai purity and vigor; thus removing front the sykent
all pernicious causes which have induced disease. LI •
CHEROKEE INJECTION is intended as an ally or assist
ant to the CHEROKEE REMEDY and should be used
conjunction with that medicine in all cases of Gonorr hea,
filed, Puler Altus or Whiles. Its effects are hca l dzg,
soothing and demulcent ; removing all scalding, lielat,
chordee and pain, instead Of the burning and almost Un
endurable pain that is experienced with nearly all :the'
°heap quack Injections.
grßy the use of the CHEROKEE REMEDY end
CHEROKEE INJECTION—the two medicines at the same
time--all improper discharges are removed, and the+.
cued organs are speedily restored to full vigor tind
,For full particulars, get our pamphlet from ' , any
drug store in the country, or write us; and'lre will inail
free, to any address, a full treatise. •
ta.. Pries, CHEROKEE REMEDY, $2 per bottle or
three bottles for $5.
2t-Price CIiEROIiEE ,INJECTION, $2 per bottle, or
three bottles for $5.
m.Sent by express to any 'address on receipt' of
nim.. Sold by all druggists everywhere.
DR. W. R MERWIN & CO.,
inarlo-eodly No. 59 Liberty street, New York.
ROOTS, BARKS AND IsEAITS.
An unfailing cure for Spermatorrhea, Seminal
nu; Nocturnal Emissions, and all diseases caused by self-,
pollution; sunk as Loss of Newry, Universal .Lase4de,
Pains in theßack Dimness of Vision,"Premature D/tl:4.ge
Weak . ken7e.DfffiC34 l, 3 l .o: , 7rlo l, .
le COun es ante, Ifisasiity,
Consuniptien; arul a l the 2/infs/I comiblints ca bg - de
parting from the path of nature.
xerThis medicine is a simple vegetable extract, and one
n which all can rely, as it has been used in our practice,
for many years, and with thousands treated, it has not
failed.in a single instance. , Its curativerpowershave , been
sufficient toiain victory over the niost stubbern case.
geirTo those who have trifled with their constitution,
until they . think ihurnselyeeheyond the reach of medical
id, we wiitildtai, Despair not I the CEEkOMECE Cuss will
restore you to health and vigor, and after all quack chic
die hive faileffil
gar'Peor full particulars, `get a Circular . from W , Drug
Store inthe country, or write the Proprietor, who will
mall free to any one 'desiring the same, a 'Dill treatise in
xarPrices $2 per bottle, or three bottles for $5, and
forwarded by express to all parts of the world.
mold by alt respectable druggists everywhere.
DR. W. R. MERWIN & CO.,
marlo eodly FNo. fi9 Liberty stieet, Na York.
Useful and Valuable
()RUT DISOOTBRY I
Is of mOie geneial - pmdticAl utility
than any Invention now before the
public. It has been thoroughly netted
during the last two, years by practical
men, and proneinic,ett by all to be
SUPERIOR TO A N Y
Adhesive Preparations known.
Applicable to all
Hmecerbi laisommur, CHNENT is a new
thing, Juni the result of years of
study; its combination is on
And under no circumstances or
change of temperature, will it be
come corrupt or omit any offensive
A new thing.
BOOT AND SHOE
Manufacturers, using Machines, will
find It the best article known as
Cementing for the Channels, It works
wllhout delay, is not affected by any
change of temperature. .
Boot and Shoo Man
Will and it sufficiently adhesive or
[their use, as has been proved.
It is Especially Adapted to Leather,
And we claim as an especial merit,
that it sticks Patches to Boots arid
Shoes sufficiently strong. without
Eirtaiii that. is a sure thing for mend-
• Toy - a,
- . Zone ;
. • . Ivory,
And ititicdes of Houscihold use
ups a ttgaid,
,%11.u.Toresanso Lux= CENRNT
Is in a liquid ;limn and - as ens*. ap:
insoluiiie In water or.
HILTON'S INS( LIJBLB
Adidas oily isiiiiitadoes:
Supplied do Family or Mattufao:
turer's Packages from 2 maces tolo4
ills - . -
:ants In FM's&
:DR. B. M. GrILDEA, • ' 4 .1
ESPEOTFULLY informs the . citizen ,
s - of
mairisiAirk vicinity . that lie haiktemovect h$
100 frorri",fariet street MThird stn 36 l.,"next , :dcior tsi - the
Patriot and Union office, where he is prepared to
modate all who may desire his professional services.
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FrECESE Bitters have peribilitraore cares;
, have and do:give better satisfaction have more tes
timony; have more r . espectable people to vouch for them
other article in the maiket.
, We flefk.any one to - contradict this assertion, and will
pay $l,OOO to any one that will product a certificate pub
lished by us that is not genuine.. Reiland's Germin'
tors, "will cure. every. case of .Chronio or Norvoust
Diseases of the Kidneys, and diseases arising from a dis
ordered stomach. Observe the ,folle.iiing symptoms, •re
suiting from the disorders of the' digestive organs: Con- ,
: Inward Piles, Fullness of Blood, to the head,.!
Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust
Food, Fullness or weight •in the StomaCh, SourErnetAtionri,
Sinking or fluttering at the pit of the stomach, Swirenting
of the head, Hurried and difficult breathing, Flutterini at
the heart, Choking or suffocating sensetiens •Nhen in a
lying posture; Dimness of vision,. Dots or webs before the
sight, Fever and dull pain in the 4E4 ; Didipiency or pers
piratforOtelleemens of the Skin and eyes, Rain in the side,
back, cheat, limbs, lrc., Sadden blushes of: heat, *truing.
in the flesh; Constant imagination's of • evil, and great de
pression of spirits. . . '
Remember that thiS Bitters is not alcoholic, cantaip no
rum or whisky, and can't make drunkards, but is the
best Tonic in the world.
Froin;the e. Levi Bede, Pastor' of tbe Baptist
Church., Pemberton, N.: J., formerly of the North Baptist
&Oda, - '
* * * * * * * ,*
I haVe known Rootland's German Bitters favorably far
a number of years. Ihave used thentin my own family
and have been SO - pleased effects, that I Nas in
duced-to recommend them to.reanyother,- and kohat
they have operated in a strikingly . beneficial manna.. !I.
take great pleasure in thus publicly proclaiming this
fact, and calling the attention of those afflicted with:llle
diseases for *kb - . they are recommended to thesi Bit
ters, knowing .frOm.experience that my recommendaticin
will be.sultaiaed.. • I do thiELutore -.cheerfully avkloof
land'a Bitters is intended to benefit the afflicted, .:and is
"not a rum drink." Yours truly.
LEVI - G; BECK.
From Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D., Editor of the En. :
cyclopedia of Religious Knowledge and Christian Chroni
cle, Philahelphia. ;
Although not disposed to favor or ,
Mehicines in general; through distrust of their ingredients
and effects, I yeti knew. of no 'sufficient reasons why- a
man may not testify to the benefits he belieyeahintself to .
have received from any simple preperation, in' the 'hope
that he may thus contribute' to the benefit of others. •
I do this the more readily in regard to Hoofiand's Ger•
man Bitters,. preparethbjr. Dr. C. IL Jackson, of this city
because I was prejudiced against them for. teeny' years,,
under the impression that they were , :chiefiyyux , plcoholle -
mixture. I amiiiidebted - to my Blend, lbabert Shoema-
ker, Esq., for, thp u resnovai of this - prejudice by proper.
teak and ibeeneouragement to try, them when suffering
from grettt and ()bandied debility.. The use' of
three bottles of these Bitters at the beginning - of the
present year, was followed by evident relief and restora
tion to a degxeepfibodily.and Mental vltest. which I had
not for six months before, arid :had- almost, despaired. of
regaining. I therefore titanic GOd and my frientt 40., di
reefingme to the use of thain: • , • -••
- • • .1 - NEWTON HEWN, Phase:ie.
• -Erem Rev. ' Warren , IhMdolph, Pastor of Itaigist
Church, - Germantown, Penn. • ' •
Dr. X. Jackson:—Dear Sir:-Personal experience
enables me to say that I regard the German Bitters, pre
pared by you, as a most excellent Medicine. In cases of
severe cold and general debility I-haVe been 'greatly bens
fitted by the use of the Bitters , and douht not they will
produce similar efftts'on otheri '
Yours truly' WARREN RANDOLPH; '
From Rev. .1:A Tumor' Pastor of Hodding M. E
Church, PhiladelPhial- ". • • •
Dr. C. 3L Jackson:—Dear Sir:—Havingnsed.; ;your Ger
man Bitters in my family frequently I am ihipared to say
that It has been pf ,great service. ,I believe that 7n most
cases of generel-debility of the sygein it is the safest and
most valuable remedy of -whick I have any imowtedge.
Years, respectfully, J.-H. TERHER:,
720 N. Nineteenth street.
it Is the only
HILTON BROS. & CO.;
Propriecors t i.
Providence, i L
BY GEORGE BERGNER.
DYSP „Pa- P SI A 5
DISEASES RESULTING: FROM
DISOR,DERS, OF THE LIVER
AAR CUBED BY
OF - LA NrIPS-,,
THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC,
READ WHO SAYS SO
It - -
From the Rev. J. IL Lyons, formerly Pastor of the
Columbus (N. JO and Milestowu (Pa.) Baptist Churches.
• Raw Itoesrmax, N. Y. ,
Dr.:O. M. Jackson:—Dear feelit apleasure thus,
of .rey.own accord, to bear testimony to the excellence Or
the German Bitters. Some years Wine' 'being much of
Mated:v.4th Dyspepsia., I used them .with: very.• benefielid
results Ihavnoften recerilitumdedthem to. persona en
feebled.by that tormenting disease, and' have heard from
them the most flattering testimonials as to their =great
value. In cases of general debility, I believe It to , be a
tonic that cannot be surpassed. J. M. LYONS.
trien the Rev Thomas Winter, Paster. of Roxborough
..,11?.:•Taainn:—Dent felt it due to your excel
lent preparation, Hoofiand German Bitters, to add my,
testimony to the deae#ed reputation it has obtained.
have for years,. ac-Eimer, been tionbled.with great disorder
in my head and• nervous, system. I was advised by a
friend to try a bottle o£ "lour Bitters; did so, and
have experiencelEgreat . and unexpected ielief .niylealth
has been very materitdly-beneiltwd. confidently recom
mend the article where I meet with cases similar to my
own, and have been assured by many of their good ef
recta.lpasi*cttully yours. .
T.NirlisirE_ t, Pa
FroM Bei-. J. - 8 'Hannan; of the German
Church; Kutztown; Berke county; Pa.: ' •
Dr. C. Jacksolf;—,ltespected Sir have been
troubled with Dyspensti nen-1y twenty years,' and have
never used any medicine thit did me as much, toed ps
Heedind's Bitters. lam very muCh linProved. In health,
After having taken floe bottles.'
• Yours with respect, J. B. HERMAN.EI
Large Size (holding nearly double quantity,) $1
per bottle:-Isalf doz $5 00
Small . Size-45 cents per bottle--balf dos. 400
BEWARE-OE COI7NTERFETrS I •
See that the signature of "C. it. •
..lACICSON" is on Ihe
:WRAPPER,of each bottle.
ShOuld your nearest druggist not haviCthe artiel%
not belga of by any the intoxicating prerarations that
.may be ofibied-in itepiscat, but vend to pa, and we will
forward, seatitelyeii, by express,
• ;Principal Nice and Manufactory,
• NO: 631 .A.AM-H 'S.P RE ET,
JONES & EVANS,
• •-- r". Successors to C.
h l : 5
For sale by Diuggista and Dealers in every town in the
United State& myl.C‘dawly
"THE UNION—N'OW AND, POR:EVER'."—Webster
HARRISBURG, PA., 'SATURDAY EVENING, MAY 21, 1864.
AIWA DDEN)S MARBLE YARD•
COMER OF WALNVI.FIFTH STREETS,
91.411 E andersigned having opened a Marble
Yard in this city, beg leave to inform their friends
and the public in general,• that they are prepared to fur
MARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
And House Work Marble and. Brown Stone
pave usa call and we will guarantee satisfaction.
WFADDEN & CO.
N. B.—LettOring neatly' none in. English or German.
Steam. Weekly to Livorpool.
TOUCHING at.QUEENSTOWN, (Cork Har
i_ bor.) The well known Steamers of the Liverpool,
NeW York and Phihnielp b ta Steamship
Company, are in
tended to sall•as
EDINBURG, Baturday,igny 7, CITY OFWASHINGTON,
Saturday, May 14, CITY OF MANCHESTER.. Saturday,
May 11, and every succeeding Saturday, at.iaan, from
Pier 44, North River.
• RATES OF PASSAGE,
,PATABLIE L. 2 (11:1LIII,' OR ITI3 13Q11P7ALIINT IN 01:1311LINCT.
CABIN 130.00 STEERAGE ..... ...$3O 00
dd . to London' 'BO 00 - do to London-- '
; 34 00
do_te Pails '95 00 do to Paris 40 0 00
-. do to' Hamburg.... !90 00' do to Hainbiarg... 37 00
. -Passengers also . forward to Havre, Bremen:Rotter
dam., Antwerp, &ca.,* equally low rates.
- FareS front Liverpool .or Queenstown: Ist, Cabin,. $75,
$B5, 4105. ' Steerage, $35. Those who wish to send for
their friends can buy ticketwherent-these rates. - , -
For further Information apply at the Company's Offices
JOAN G. DALE,-, Agent, IA Broadway, N. Y.,- or 0. 0
SlX4ERRAN,'Harriaburs. . [123--dly
A.risrECYRNEC-- AT -
14 . 1 removed:his Office from
street 'Lev. to the Prison. All .business, W
instead to himwill 'receive prompt and worfil 'atte;dion.
SPLENDIII,IN UCEMENTS TO PURCHASERS.
NO ADVANCE IN THE PRICE OF EA
' PORTED GOODS. -
•. . .
Raving purchapd hea - vily before-the first of
' May, 'we - hav,e
.not adva*cod'oui:prices since
the, neN . taT per cent. on all importedgoods.
CATEICA.RT & RIEtOTHER
Next door to the Harrisbarg Rank.
R LARGE ASSORTMENT. •
THE AMERICAN SKELETON SKIRT,
• THE BEST NEW -STYLE,
.•• , . •
THE BEST , MATERIAL, •
THE BEST MADE f
• , , •
'Dim MOST FASHIONABLE SKIRT OUT.
Any other skirt of theaaree• styles only an
• • • LAJFES'•OD GENTLEMEN'S.
v - Ntitt,
Ganzellarine'Under Shirts anctDreweis,
Caslunere dO ' • do do
Donet Flannel - do • do -do
• Cotton Lisle Thread Finish do do .
Pure Lisle 'Thread Under Shirts - do .
ALL SIZESAND QUALITIES.
CATHCART & HR9TH:F;R;
NeT.f door to, the , Hairlaburgßank.
Harrisburg., May 9, 18134. d2w• - '
.. x 'F
,FA R L, 09.
ble 2411501 t STREET,
,lt if,ANITFACTURPIIIIS of
' DOIdrBLE; STRENGTH
MANILLA PAPP.II OF, ALL SIZES.
on hand or Made to order.
Higitest price paid for rope in large or email qyanti
1 000 ' LBS. St Geo.igi :Codfish,. for
ado at SEMLER & FRAZER S
fete; ' ...airs * :Witt: Dock , Jr.,4 al)
0 00LBS. - 'CODF.LSH, .of the cele
: brated St. :George brand, just received .
and far siie tip • ,SHISLER &
re6v - (succesficirs Jo Wm . Dock;jr.; & Uo.)
ENGLISH DAIRY. and
• NEW YORK STATE CREVE.
' At ' jp:o201 int. DOCK ; JR,,&co•
A LARGE invoice of fresh teas, newasisths,
la. prunes and, figs at . sir.prEA & KOERPXR,
FERINE TS WORCESTER' SAUCES,,
*le m_9st,-po, p4lar and We purest ever. offered to the
pnedfe, re*yed.and for saleby
. „ SEMLER & FRAZEE,
. febl - • (stiecessors to Wm. Donk; Jr., ik Cp.
pußr.,l+3 s OHOOLS.
SCHOOLSMA.TES of . dlfrerent sizes, Willedn's excellent
series of Bpellfrs and` Riia"ders, published by Harper &
Brothers, together :with 01 other.SohoollNoks and Writ
ing Materialb are offoied, Ntholesile and retail, at
decT bTHEFFER'S BOOKSTORE.
.FINE NO. 1 MACKF A AEIs, in Kitts, just re
oelvedat SHISLER & FRAZEft,
mar . :.1... (successors to Wm. Dock, Jr., & Co.)
ceived at - - SEMLER & 'FRAZER,
mar3l successor to Wm. Eack..jr.; & Go.)
WEFT dIDER.L - Superior sweet order. flat
Mot:avail. For sale by the barrel or small quaatity:M.
my 4 BOYER ArKOSM , Kki. -
TiPIICKWHEA.T ---Just Tedeived. - A very
II small lot. Finochoice DEretCWHEAT, at
SEMLER & FREW;
'(stimesors to Wm. Dock, jr., &Go.)
VIRE'OILS.=Fine egad oils just- receive
J.: „at., SHISLER & FHADEE L
WO. SINCIMOrs tio W. Dock,&
EINWASSORTMENT-iOF: , 1 :
PORT FOLIOS! PORT FOLIOS!
. CSIESSMEN I BACKGAMMON BOARDS I
Received at SCHFJfFILTVS BpossToßK
A. C. SMITH,
KUNIEL'S BITTER WINE OF IRON.
A Pti RR and powerful :TONIC, Corrective
and. Alterative, of wonderful ellicaoyinliseases of
the STOMACH LIVER and BOWEL§— - •
• Cures . .
, . .
15 9sPePeoi z
Headache, General ; •
. Debility, Nervousness, Toe- ,
' pression Spirits, Constipation
Intermittent Fever; . Acidity of the
• Stoinacti,Nrusea; 'lreirrtburn Disgust for
Food, Fullness r Weight in 'the-Stomach,
Sinking or, Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomar,ll,
Swiraming of the Head, Difficult Breathing; Yellow
nesaof the Skill - and 'Eyes,. 'Fever and Dull pains in the
Head, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest' and. Limbs,'
will cure every case Chronic' or Nervous
.Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys and .
• Disoates arising froth disordered
'Stomach, Good for Halo
• . ' • or Female;. Old ..•• . . •
The most beuetlclal medicinejltnown ;-gives-better eat's'
faction and cures more diivaicrithan any tether -propara
Ron offered to the Public. - Prepared solely by S. A. ICEIN
SEL & BRO., 11.5 Market street,: Harrisburg.
For-sale by. Druggists and Dealers' everywhere.
Counterfeits . . ir
As BunkePs:Ritter Wine of Iron is the only sure and
etrectualyemhdk in the known world for the permanent
cure of Dysptptia.gitcl Debility, and author° are a number
or imitations °Weed the weAVOuld caution the
community io purchase none but 'the genuine article,
manufactured by B..LAIIICuant; tsrßuo., -*and has their
stamp:ondhe,top of Malt:cult of ovety :battle. The very
fact that othein,are,attenipting to ; imitate this valuable
remedy, proveSlLl Worth alsd'spehluivelumes in its fit*gr.
he:Bitter drlrnillrpalkip in"ls , cent and $l. 00
bottleaV: and scd&by all - - respectable drugglsta, throughciut
the country. • Be-parttcular that evesr i Alett4e Oars ,the
ac simile of tbe - proprietoi's situate-1a
This Wine includes the most agreeable and effloient
Salt of-Iron typ.poiwesi,Citritie.of Nagnetio Oxide corn
bitted„yrith the most energetic of vegetable.tonics, Yellow
Peruvian hark. The effectin bianytmsee 'of- debility; lose
of appetite and general prostration; 'of an efficient 'Salt of
Iron, combined. wittr.ottr valuable Nerve. Tonic, is most'
happy. Ititugments the appetite L raiseeithe,pulae,. takes
off =Mentor flabbiness; removes, the ; palter of debility,
and gives aflorld•vigor toLtho contteniume.
118 MART STREET
• For , sale by all respectable dealers tlirougbout , the
NEW 7 GOODS--41ISVMPENED1
B E R Gr NB.R6
Book and .; Statiohery Store.
Embracing every Sew tuid trialaroVed styleof
MAGIC CURRENCY 11, 1 548*1i5, •
CALF ;SKIN PQI SET BOSS; ,
. . .
• PORTMCNNATES, &O. •
at prices to suit all circumstances.
Consisting of a iipt tanaomestpf Reatenbolmls Sups
t" t !E.Cant , Kniveel '44
From Newton's celebrateat manufactory. Every Pm.
'id a giecirantee.‘ •
.1 1 TRITING; CASES, - ,r r ,
, PAPETERIES, &o
Book and Stationery establishment, at
myl3J .. , BERGNER'S, 51 Market street
BAGS! BAGS! BAGS!
NEW AND SECOND-HAND
SRMVILUSS, BURT , AI I AND. GUNNY
33 A. G- S
FLOUR AND SALT BAGS, ALL SIZES,
PRINTED TO °BETA, BY
JOHN T. BAILEY & CO.,
No- 113, Nerth Front:Bt., Philadelphia.
T E M INVALUABLE SYRUP,which is
viletilitlig itrits composition has been em
ployekwith wonderfel Aueee ! ee.for nieny4earein theme
dtiedas Cor the laR-I4M.AfGES aha-SIINGS: -Forany
form of the disease, such as COUGH, TICKLING of the
THROAT,HPITTING OF BIAOD, DIFFICULT BREATHING,
HOANBENOEI4II.4COF,IFOICE abrHECTIC-FEVO4.,, Its
' rise tillti attendod *Mt the' hiPpleist'resulei. is'one
of the best and safest medicines for all forms of BRON
CHITIS and CONSUMPTION._ ketulanym or prepara
'tionV Ozriitnvin afti Mapelrithis
PRICE $l.OO PER BOTTLE.
For safe at BERGNER'S Cheap Book Stott.
NEW GROCERY AND PROVISION STORE.
BOYER & KOERPER,
W /10 , I_,ESA.LE.AILL.RETAIL
,Queen's and 04 - 11188 Ware,
AND ALL Eine OF
fAVEjust opened a larga and yell .selected
stock of goods at their stand, No.B Market Square,
Harrisburg, Pa., to which they Invite the attenttcm of the
public generally. nolo-dly
riIIEUE valuable . fooperty, corner of Second
-L And Fine streets, beingllfty-two and a half feetion Se,
cond and onehundrecl arid sialy-eight feet on Plea avast,
toirdrittiaelr two'hundig and tah - fiiiitio Barbate idle!,
there' b 631141 space for fear full buildtiejaids,rarid most de
sirable site for a Governor's Mansion or public buildings.
For particulars enquire of Mrs. MURRAY, oorner of Se.
oond and Pine reels. mare&
'Special. Dispatch; to the • Pennsylvania
BY TILE ATLANTIC AND OEIO LINE.
GENERAL AVERILL AT WORK.
DESTRUCTION OF A RAILROAD.
Fight Neal• Wytheville, Va.
Jim Jones Whipped.
WASHINGTON, May 20-8 p.
A later 'dispatch states that Avezill has de
stroyed the railroad near dhristianburg.
He had a brilliant
_victory ,over the 'rebel
General Jim Jones, at Wytheville.
[Wythev.ille, is situated 248 miles WSW from
Richmond, among the Allegheny Niountains,
and on the Virginia, and'yennessee railroad,
was formerly knownas •Rvanshmsn. !It
is the capital of Wythe county, Va.—Ed. Tel
Brilliant Success of General Averill.
GAT3r:PY BRIDGE, - WEST Yin&'iu, May 18.—
Additional information throws some light on
the part taken by-the cavalry proper under the
command of Brigadier General Averill in the
expedition to Newbern„Pcdaski county, Va.
This column went to the :right' of the main
body under the immediate command of Gen
eral Crook: General Averill reached to within:
fifteen miles of the Salt works in Tazewell
county, on the enemy, drivino . them on to the
body near the Salt' Works - 7 ° This force was:
under the command of Generals "tlim. Jones
.and.John•Morgan, and numbered. five tholk
sand. Fifty, prisoners were captured, .among
WhOin was John Mgrgan's private secretary.
Our loss is `but one - man. '
On the tenth General Averill -reached ,a
point within four miles: of :Wytheville, where
he encountered the enemy, four r thqusarld
strong under Gen." Jim._ Jones: `Nye foiight
them four hours, driving them and Adlling
and wounding many, and capturing , some
prisoners. Under cover of - darkness the. en
emyretreated. Our loss was one hundred will
twenty killed and wounded; none missing.
Near Blacksbuit 'General Averill com
menced destroybig the railread; Which was
most effectually done to a, -point'fonr miles
east. of Christianbury,. .At ;the latter place , a
,small force of the enemy hastily left, leaving
two 3incli. guns, which fell into our hands.
General AVerill hat 'fully accomplished the
work assigned lam- by General Crook. • The
.entire expedition has been a brilliant success
in all its parts, giving additional lustre to the
high reptdetionof General CrdOk. lam ex
pecting full iletails of the part ta.ken by t4e
main body,. hourly. •-•
The Bogus Proclamation.
TATEMENT OF THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
It-maY'Ve interesting to the public and the
press,who were;so_ terribly imposed upon in
the, priblication of the recent bogus Proclama
tion, to know ihat in the city of Washington
there' has of late existed a: 'body •• of
new gathers who -have taken the' name of
.the ißepresentatives of the Western Press,
.c.onipo.sp:l of Messrs.White,itill and Willard,
Who - liiii,for some. time been sending daily.
diSPEitclibS to papers at Springfield and.Beaton
in affasatiehneetts, and to Rochester in. N.
as well at to' others in Cincinnati, ChicagO,
St. Louis and other:, points at the West.
These persons are, „„,M„ no Way connected with
the Associated Preis, Which has a well known
and reliable-'agent , mi , thinitY, as the truth
fql nature of his;: dispatches for many years
will attest. , . , ,
It appears," as We learn from the well in
formed correspondent. of the "Commercial
Advertiser,'.'that on Monday . night a dispatch
was sent by members of this Western ',Press
Association, or purported . have been
sent them, announcing that.there would be
a.proclamation calling kit a new draft,• about
the first of July, that the places of, the 100-
day men might be filled.
Whether the bogus proclamation was
concocted by one of _ the association or
whether another person baied it upon
their news, is not , yet officially known.
is fair. to infer, ;-hOwever, that either
Some member of the above. association; Was
the atithor, of this bogus proClaniation,
or Mit . some person connected with them,'
knowing the fact that a, call was about to lie
- inade, *Tote theroclaituitiOn ii;POrt - Predic
tions hirnished by.their dispatches. One of
the members of this Western Press Associa
tion is, a, confidential employee of-.the.War
Department and the others occupy ofte4l,ptu
sitionsithus giving them opportunityto secure
all movements prior to their preparation for
The provost marshal of Washington is giv
ing the affair aniostthorough investigation,
and all the_ aboveinentioned persons will be
critically examined in reference to this great
outrage upon, the publie andnpon the press.
• '/LiTairs oss. 'the Lower "
NATCHES, via CaO,is May 18.
LRebel , operations on the near
Fait Hudsbn, have caused some detention of
steamboats. It is known that Polk has de
tached 10,000 of-the:4s;oOP men- in Mobile
lately, to operate ,Oi thetriyev iThe steamer
Cuba, which - started to go up Red river arid
was; -tiled back at Basel( river, arrived heie
thisrcioining,arid . rfitiOits abittiiry Of, nine
guns at anaggSrVesiit: NO . bOiiifie .1 1 w °onto
By fat; teveiardaYs: The Thiiiiii`gilibtots ))13-
low and the land force above were exPetteid to
capture it, and re-open the river. Red river
is reported rising a little.
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. WASIELNGTON, May2o.
An arrival from Ileni - Grant's Headquarters
as late as Thursday, at 4- P. m., says all was
quiet during the day .up to that hour.
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