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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
A Cure Warranted.
Dyspepsia has the following Symptoms:
Ist. A constant pain or uneasiness at the
pit of the stomach.
2d. Flatulence and Acidity.
3d. Costiveness and Loss of Appetite.
4th. Gloom and Depression of Spirits.
sth. Diarrhoea, with griping.
6th. Pain in all parts of the System.
7th. Consumptive Symptoms and Palpita
tion of the Heart.
Bth. Cough, with Phlegm in the Throat.
9th. Nervous Affection, and want of Sleep
10th. Loss of Appetite and. Vomiting.
11th. Dizziness, Dimness of Vision, and
Loss of sight.
nth. Headache and Staggering in walking,
with great weakness.
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DYSPEPSIA, DYSPEPSIA,. DYSPEPSIA
I; ELIZABETH Baawsox, of Brandywine,
Del., formerly of Old Chester, Del., do certify
that, for one year and a halt I suffered every
thing but death from that awful disease called
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I had no ambition to do anything; I
my love of family and home; I woutid ramble
and wander from place to place, but could not
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hell, and that there was no heaven for me,
and was often tempted to commit suicide,
so near was my whole nervous 133 stem de
stroyed, and also my mind from tl tat awful
complaint, Dyspepsia, that myfriends thought
best to have me placed in Dr. K irkbride's
hospital, West Philadelphia; I remained
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plaint was raging as bad as ever. I fearing of
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two weeks I began to digest my food, .and felt
that my disease was fast giving way, and I
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manity. ELIZABETH BRANSON.
Brandywine, Del., formerly of Old Chaster,
Delaware county, Pa.
Wismiirr's Office, No. I.D North Beyond
Dx. Wiseturr—l have been a constant sulthrer with
Dyspepsia for the last eighteen years, during which Dane
I cannot say I ever enjoyed a perfectly well day. There
were times when the symptoms were more aggravated
than at others, and then it seemed it would be a great re
lief to die. I had at all times an unpleasant-feeling in my
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bodings, and if I attempted to change Weir current by
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with a dead weight, as it were, rested upon my brain;
also, a tooling of sickness would occur at the stomach, and
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difficult to walk by day or sleep at night. I became
averse to saciety, and disposed only to seclusion, and
having tried the skill of a number of eminent physiciais
of various schools, finally camels. the conclusion that, for
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No. 453 North Second street, Philadelphia,
Formerly of Woodbury, N. J.
Dr Wishart's Office No. 10 North Second street, Phila
A POSITIVE CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA
HEAR WHAT ER. SORE H. 8A.130008 SAYS.
No. 1028 OLIVE t.. 4, TREET,
Philadelphia, January 22d,1863. f
Da. Wismorr—Sir t—lt is with much pleasure that I
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that most distressing complaint, Dyspepsia. I had been
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and have dragged on a most miserable existence—in pain
day and night. Every kind of food that I ate filled me
with wind and pain, it mattered not how light, or how
small the quantity . A continued belching was sure to
follow. I had no appetite for any kinds of meats what
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times it day, without Inconvenience from anything I eat
or drink. if you think proper, you are at liberty to make
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Yours, respectfully, JOHN H. BABCOCK..
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DYSPEPSIA I DYSPEPSIA.:
I, Samuel D. Haven, have been a great sufferer with
Chronic Dyspepsia and Inflammation of the Kioneye for
three yearn I employed three or four of the most eml
neat phyraldituas of Philadelphia, also of Burlington county
N. J. They did all tbr me they could, but ail to no pnr.
pose I was comlitamir filled with awful pain and die.
tripe, WOO* coaflant belching of -wind and sour sold.
My longue 'wag aavatiqielth a white coating of mucus
until Gutted ' , a 4.l olo Thriews, and was drea med
myoftthipalt„ derati relieve me of
my IM el lkr= asa logs ail hope of ever being well
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"THE UNION--NOW AND 0 REVER."—TVebster
HARRISBURG, Pk, FRIDAY EVENING, SEPTEMBER 16. 1864
Dr. Wishar's in the Philadelphia Ledger, of a great sure
made upon Mr. John Babcock, of 1028 Olive street, Phila
delphia, by the great Adericau filapepaia Pills. I went
to the Doctor's Office, and placed .myself' under b treat
ment, and told him if he failed to cum me, it would both°
last effort I weutd make. It has been six weeks since I
commenced the use of his medicine, and I am now a well
man, free from all pain and distress, and can eat three
hearty Meals a day with comfort, and feel perfectly well.
Dr. Wisbart, I want you to publish my case, as I want
every poor dyspeptic suffering as I was; to call on me, and
I will tell them of the great cure I have received from
your invaluable medicine. SAMUEL D. HAVEN.
Corner Venaugo and Lambert streets near Richmond
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Jersey Shore, Lock Raven and all other points on tile
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DANIEL A. MUENCH, Agent.
floods sent to the Warehouse of Messrs. Peacock, Zel
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From the Ninth Penna. Cavalry.
CAMP OF TEM OTS. PENNA. CAVALRY,
Sept. 9, 1864.
MENUS. EDI:DORIC-Hit' It.Lr time to-day, and
no important move going on, I thought I
would drop a line to you, informing you of
the whereabouts of the 9th Pennsylvania Cav
. We left Chattanooga on the morning of the
31st day of August, crossed the Tennessee
river at said place and took our course up
through what is called Dry Valley, to the road
leading across Waldron Midge,. into Se
quatchee Valley, with the intention of dis
persing a rebel force said to be.in that vicin
ity. Not meeting any,, we crossed the Cum
berland Mountains, by the road leading from
Chattanooga to McMinnville (Middle Tennes
see,) where we arrived'en the eve Of the 3d.
Ow advance expected some troable here,
from the fact that it was reported gig a small
rebel force was there. However, ere:they got
so far it was evacuated by some few which
were there, so we were infortned by the citi
Our regiment on coming . up encamped for
the night here, and everything indicated peace
and rest, which resulted so Next morning
(the 4th) we left our camp for Woodbury,: a
distance of twenty-two miles, by the road
from McMinnville to this place, and arrived
there about 9 o'clock r. ti:, - and encamped for
Along this day's march we learned that
there was a rebri force in this neighborhood ;
but whole it was, or its number, seemed to be
The morning of the sth came, and we re
awned cur march fur this place, a distance
of eighteen miles from Woodbury. We, ar
rived here in the afternoon about four o'clecl.
We camped, got our good supper of shoulder
tea and hard bread, which I assure 3-con was's;
good as pie to ui, for we were both tired aid
hungry. After getting our supper the Colonel
ordered one battalion as a scout, to go ou. and
see if there wan anything like a rebel soldier
to be found in the neighborhood. They re
tinned about 10 o'clock, but brought no news
of any importance. However, about 1 o'clock
in the morning some Union citizens came to
our camp and gave our ..Colonel information
of a rebel force of some twelve to fifteen hun
dred, under' Gencrel - Dribler, marching on the
road we had come from Woodbury but a few
The Colonel hi that dead hour of the morn
ing ordered "boots" and "saddles" to be
sounded. and in a few minutes more the regi
ment was minding
_its way after its ewe*,
praying - to have the onnac.:, of taking them
by surprise. According to a rule of alterna
tively changing the advance ftom one com
pany to another, company E was ordered to
take up its line of marsh in the front,
commanded by that very excellent °Meer,
Lieut. 'James Ewing, of company 1. We
marched about nine miles, wheriour advaripe,
about four o'clock, spied a light on the oppo
site side of Cripple creek, near Ileadyville,
which they judged to be a camp -fire. They
halted and gave the news to the Colonel, who
came up, viewed the ground, and desided; in
the affirmative. He then, in his very dud
way of dispatching business, planned his at
tack on the rebel camp, viz: Three compa
nies were to advanoe as skirmishers, while
four companies were to make a dashing
charge on the rebel camp, and the other cOrpf-
Panics, under Major L o nogetiorf, were to kip
' port the charge. Tduty of leading the
charge was claimed by that able and- gallant
o.ffieer, Major David, IL Kimmel. When : he
rode to the' head of the coltimn Ito
take the advance the boys grew wild to
give expression to their feeling, for they knew
that he would honorably lead them to the
charge, bravely to the contest, and gloriously
to victory! All was silent, the darkness was
just disappearing, the bight luminary of day
was just approaching, when the notes of the
bugle broke on our ears "forward," and the
charging column and skirmishers with their
support advanced, and crossed Cripple creek - ,
when the notes 'of the btigle sounded "en
ward to the charge!" With sabers ' drawn
and amid the cheers of the 9th Pennsylvania,
on went the charging column, with its
commander leading into, the rebel camp of
fifteen hundred ; putting them to . rout, at
lightning speed, -killing thirty of the enemy,
and capturing about one hundred and fifty-six
men, two hundred horses and mules, and a
great quantity of arms and camp equippage.
We lost one man killed, ten wounded, and a
This victory was certainly owing to the
masterly planning of the attack by our Col
onel, and the integrity of officers and men in
fulfilling his orders.
Among the officers of the regiment are
Lieutenant's Potter and Jordan, who behaved
quite creditably, and were wounded.
The regiment returned to thia place about
six o'clock on the afternoon Of the sixth, with
their booty, all satisfied with their job before
breakfast. J. K. M.
The following extreet from a letter written
by CoL Jordan, to his brother, fully confirms
the above, and gives a good account of the
operations of the ' "Glorious Ninth :"
Yesterday morning, at 5 o'clock, [ attacked
Major General Dribler with 1,800 men, at
Readyville, where he was encamped, and ut
terly routedhim after an action of two hours,
killing ps and woundin . g 100. I also took
prisoners, rePresenting 13 regiments, 200
horses, &o. My- whole force in the saddle
was 550 men. The conflict was hand to hand.
With the excetion of two companies de
ployed as skirmishers, we did not fire a shot;
but used the sabre alone to do the work. All
my men fought like veterans, and my officers
most gallantly led them in the. action. Ma
jors Himmel, Apple and Longsdorf particu
larly distinguished themselves, but every offi
cer did his duty. Maj. Kimmel led the first
charge, Maj. Longsdorf the second, and Maj.
Apple the skirmishers.
The Bolting of V aUandig'hant.
The following appeared at the head of tho
leading column of the Ohio - Statesmen of Sat
The aP ititheOtattestofotemade for Ron.
C. Ya aandigham are witbdrawn.
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PRICE THREE CENT&
From the 201st Reg., P. V.
CAMP ON WILSON'S Ems,
Frvx MILT'S EAST OP LOUDON',
September 14, 1864..
gorros Txxxoulen:—Yesterday (Tuesday)
evening, just as the 201st were out on "Dress
Parade," a messenger galloped into Cara
Conch, and handed Col. Awl an order, which
our Colonel looked over immediately; and.
"What's up now"? escaped from a hundred
lips. After dismissal of the parade, our re
spective Captains informed each and every one
of us to get two days' rations in our haver
sacks, and have on hand forty rounds of cart
ridge apiece, to be ready for a march at 8?: A.
as. to-morrow. Where are we going asked
every one, but even our officers could not ha
Amidst a drenching rain.we started away
from Camp Conch, and headed up the pike
towards Loudon. Most of the boys had their
gum blankets thrown over their shoulders,
covering their well-filled knapsacks, which
gave every soldier the appearance of an Italian
organ-grinder with his "machine" covered up.
Our rear was brought up by two sections,
or a full battery—composed of rifled pieces,
Keystone Battery of Philadelphia, commanded
by Captain Hastings, and two brass pieces
belonging to a New York battery. Two more
pieces, (Parrots,) belonging to the last named
battery, are daily expected to join us. It gave
the men belonging to this regiment great
pleasure to find these liitteries in company
with us, so that we will have a show to give
the Johnnies their own, if we chance to come
across them. •
We marched about 4 miles from Canip
Couch, and encamped on Wilson's farm,'
miles east of London, Franklin county. Tp
morrow we are to go some sor 6 miles fur
ther, it is rumored, while some aver that the
regiment will return to our old camping
ground. A day or two, at least, will develop
our future movements, of which I will en
deavor to keep you advised.
Camp "Awl," as the boys insist on naming
our new restingplace, (for we shall leave this
field by the wayside to-morrow,) is situated
in a rich, fertiledistrict, settled by thrifty far
mers, who have all been, more or less, robbed
by the "Virginia thieves !" They are all,
without an exception, clever, obliging and
liberal—giving ui clean straw for bedding,
for a trifle, and selling us produce at mode
A particular set of merry fellows belonging
to Company I (saac) while out foraging at a
farm house, took a fancy to a lamb, "black as
the ace of spades," and they brought him in
for the purpose of making a pet of him, to be
(not a daughter) but a lamb of the regiment.
Said I to Jack H "You stole that mut
ton." "No sir," replied Jack, "here is the
receipt;" and sure enough he produced the
dooument, which I was allowed to copy by
by my friend Ben U-:
-• Rutter:L., Sept. 11, 1864.
Ileoeived of six member: of 00, i, !iv>, slue
of $2 50 for one black lamb.
I certify that the above receipt is correct.
THOS. F. MALONEY,
Capt. Co. F, 201st Refit., P. V.
So you will observe that the Harrisburgers
endeavor to keep up the good name of the
I heard a rumor—and I give it as such—
that we will go back to Camp Couch on Fri
For the present, At I?Erob.-
Corporal Company I.
The Late Brilliant Affair in the
The American has received the followin g :
HEADQI2I.B3TERS NEAR BERRYVILLE, 8, ept.l4.
A reconnoissance was made yesterday by Gen.
Wilson to within two miles of Winchester, on
the Winchester and Berryville pike, which
resulted in the capture alike Bth South Caro
lina infantry, numbering 136 men and 16 offi
cers, with their battle flags.
Among the officers: captured was Colonel
Hanigan, formerly commanding , a brigade,
but recently reduced by General Conner, who
was sent from Richmond for that purpose
The 3d New Jersey Cavalry, Lieutenant
Colonel Suydam commanding, are deserving
of great credit for making a very gallant charge
which mg in a measure instrumental in
making t reconnoisance as successful as it
Whilst this reconnoisance was going on, a
detachment, consisting of Getty's division of
the 6th Corps and one brigade of cavalry be
longingto the Ist division, was, sent out from
Summit Point towards the Opequan. It was
intended that the detachment should make a
diversion in favor of General Wilson. They
proceeded as far as the Opequan, where they
engaged the enemy's skirmishers. Two squad
rons of the 2d Massachusetts Cavalry made a
charge in which they captured one officer and
ten men belonging to the sth Alabama,
The result of the day's operations has been
a glorious success, and reflects great credit on
the General commanding. Our total loss
will not exceed 16 wounded. General Tor
bert has been promoted to be a Brevet Major
General for gallantry in the field. •
The Indian War.
THE EVELBEB OF ENDUES IN DZINNESOTA.---d. YOL
IP? FOB THE FBEvmax.ex OF Fl:ildirEF. MU.
weenniclox, Sept. it
Brig. Gen.. Sibly, in an official dispatch,
says the number of Indians embraced within
the district of Minnesota is nearly 17,000, in
cluding 3,500 warriors, of whom 1,800 are
now ac ti v ely hostile, 250 desirous of peace,
an d 1,450, mainly Chippewas, avowedly
friendly, but who would not hesitate at any
time to raise the tomahawk if not restrained
by fear of circumstances. He recommends
a s a permanent policy the concentration and
military surveillance of the several bands or
tribes, addnig "that when they find they
must cease to dependupon the chase for food,
and must work or starve, they will agree to
any reasonable ,condition the Government
may see fit to impose ; and that it in becom
ing more and more-manifest that some such
faed ;polio, as that indicated multi* adopted
by the Government. lOW zegerenee to the
great tribeii of Indiana north
. " 'and *eat of Ag.
before a permanent ptaee can restored to
eur extmadee limier• - . ,
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ADvarritega R4 1 21.-DAUN MIGSARtt,
Tae fellowtng are the MK. cot ad en in th e . ite m _
Rhoas Wird' latVinfrig tit lt,'Boc
verdant for terekaitO:
Pour . Or heat. aseartni• _oistiat .
.wtahs Dunk or more than lbw, cansatato a square.
sou A. 6at3 . rou, CST sQtrslus.
Orie - day ~, „$ SO Otte dap,— . $ 50
50 Two ..... 5 , )
Three days 16 Three day 5......... 1 15*
..... 1 M Ono week— •• • • 226
One month 300 One Month 600
Two months. 460 Two months 9 00
Throe months ' 550 Three months...—. II 00
Bile months 8 00 Six months 15 00
One year 15 00 One year 26 00
Administration Notices 2 75
Funeral Notices, each insert 9
ra - - Business notices inser
before Marriages and Deal
NEW Yowl, Sept 15.
The steamer Libertyp from Havana on the
11th, arrived at this port this morning.
Business in Havana is quite dull, and there
is no business engaged in with or for the
United States, except what is done by regular
Exchanges improve on the United States
Northern cities. 51055 per cent. discount
for sixty days bills.
The health of Havana is improving.
PECEADELPICEA, Sept. 15,
The breadstuffs market is inactive, but sup
plies of all kinds come forward slowly. There
is but little shipping demand for Flour, and
only a few small lots sold at vigil 50 for
extra and $12@12 50 for family. Rye flour
steady at $lO 25,@10 50. In Corn meal
nothing doing. Wheat comes forward slowly
and meets a steady inquiry; sales of red at
$2 5782 60, andwhite at $2 75@2 85. Rye
commands $1 80@1 83. Corn is in better
demand, and 6,000 bush mixed western sold at
$1 71@1 73, and some yellow at the latter
figure. Oats are in good request, and 5,000
bush sold at 900. In groceries and provisions
no change. 200 bbls mess pork sold at 842,
and some lard at 25,f. Petroleum dull at 43®
45 for crude, 72®75, for refined in bond, and
80@85 free. 200 bbls whisky sold at $1 84®
NEW Yourt. - , Sept. 15.
Flour has advanced s®loc ; sales 10,500
bbls. State at $9 70@10 30, also $ll 90®13;
Southern at $ll 250114 25. Wheat I@2c
higher ; 60.000 bushel sold ; Chicago spring
at $2 10®2 18, Milwaukie club at $2 12®
2 18, Western at $2 18a2 21. Corn drill ;
sales unimportant. Beef dull ; mess pork at
42 75®43. Lard firm at 24@,24t. Whisky
Stocks better ; Chicago and Rock Island at
107 ; Cumberland preferred at 63 ; Illinois
Central at 12G4 ;
Michigan Southern at Bni ;
New York Central at 125/ ; Reading at 130 ;
Hudson River at 117/ ; Erie at 1013 ; Gold at
227 A. ; One year certificates at 91 ; Treasury's
at 110 k ; Ten Forties at 97 ; Five Twenty
Coupons at 110. E Registered at 109/ ;
tered Sixes at 107; ; Coupon Fives of 1888 at
121 ; Registered at 118 ; Sixes of 1867, at 148 .
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TOT RECEIVED-44 gallons pure currant
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made domestic wine In this city. Price 13 00 Per itallor-
For sale at SEMLER 3c FRAZgIi
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SPICED OYSTER& —Extra Fine Baltimore
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pint, or less quantity. trifT.CLER & FRAZER,
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MESS SHAD.—Fine Mess Shad .of the sea
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