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ra pleasant, healthy beverage,
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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
A Cure; Warranted.
Dyspepsia has the following Symptoms:
Ist. A constant pain or uneasiness at Ilte
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.
i2th. Headache and Staggering in walking,
with great weakness.
Out of the thousands of eases of Dyspepsia
that have used Dr. Wishart's Great American
Dyspepsia Pills, not one of them has failed
of a perfect cure. We warrant a cure in every
case, no matter if of twenty years' standing.
Sold by all druggists everywhere, and at Dr.
Wishart's office, No. 10 N. Second street,
Philadelphia, .Pa. All examinations and con
sultations free of charge. Send for a circu
lar. Price $1 per box. Sent by mail, free of
charge, on receipt of money.
DYSPEPSIA, DYSPEPSIA, DYSPEPSIA.
RT•TZABETH BRANSON, 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
Dyspepsia. My whole system was prostrated
with weakness and nervous debility; I could
not digest my food,; if I ate even a cracker or
the smallest amount of food, it would return
just as I swallowed it; I became so costive in
my bowels that I would not have a passage in
less than from four and often eight days; un
der this immense suffering, my mind seemed
entirelyto give way. I had a dreadful horror
and evil forebodings. I thought evetrybody
hated me, and I hated everybody; I could not
bear my husband nor my own children, every
thing. appeared to be horror-stricken to Me;
I had no ambition to . do anything; I lost all
my love of family and home; I would ininble
and wander from place to place, but could not
be contented; I felt that I was doomed to
hell, and that there was no heaven for Me,
and was often tempted to commit suicide,
so near was my while nervous system de
stroyed, and also my mind from that awful
complaint,; Dyspepsia, that rayfriends thought
best to have me placed in Dr. Kirkbride's
hospital, West Philadelphia; I remained
there nine weeks, and thought I was a little
better, but in a few days my dreadfui coin=
plaint was raging as bad as ever. Hearing of
the wonderful cures peaformed by Dr. Wis
hart's Great American Dyspepsia Pills and
his treatment for Dyspepsia, my husband
called on Dr. Wishtut and stated my case to
him. He said he had no doubt he could cure
me. So in three days after I called and placed
myself under the Doctor's treatment, and in
two weeks I began to digest my food, and felt
that my disease was fast giving way, and I
continued to recover for about three months,
and at the present time I enjoy perfect health
of body and mind, and I most sincerely return
my thanks to a merciful God and Dr. Wis
hart, and to his great American Dyspepsia
Pills and Pine Tree Tar Cordial that saved me
from an Insane Asylum and premature grave.
All persons suffering with Dyspepsia are at
liberty to call on me or write, as I am willing
to do all the good I can for suffering hu
manity. ELIZABETH BRANSON.
Brandywine, Del., formerly of Old Chester,
Delaware county, Pa.
Da. WISHART'S Office, No. 10 North Second
DR. WISHABT-1. have been a constant sufferer" with
Dyspepsia for the bun eighteen years, during which time
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
head, but latterly my sufferings so much increased that
I became almost unlit for business of any kind; my mind
was continually tilled with gloomy thoughts and fore
bodings, and If I attempted to change their current by
reading, at once a sensation of ley coldness in connection
with a dead weight, as it were, rested upon my brain;
also, a feeling of sickness would occur at the stoma* and
great pain to my eyes, accompanied with wild& was the
continual fear of losing my reason. .I also itsperienced
great lassitude, debility and nervouslieim, whiett made It
difficult to walk by day or sleep at night. I became
averse to society, and disposed only to seclusion, and
having tried the skill of a number of eminent physicians
of various school; finally came to the conclusion that, for
this disease at my present age (40years) then wean° cure
in existence. But, through the interference of Divine
Providence, to whom I devoutly offer my thanks, I at last
found a sovereign remedy in your Dyspepsia Pills and
Tar Cordial, which seem to have effectually retrieved al
most the last trace of my long list of ailments` and bad
feelings, and la their place health, pleasure and .content
meat are my everyday companions.
JAMES M. SAUNDERS,
No. 453 North Second street, Philadelphia,
Formerly of Woodbury, N. J.
Dr Withart's Office No. 10 North Second street, Phila
A POSITIVE CURE FOR .DYSPEPSIA.
scarf WHAT MR. Jowl R. rtanooek RAY&
No. 1028 Omva Sums; ),
Philadelphia, Jesuitry 22d,1863. f
DR. Wismurr—Sir :—lt is with much pleasure that I
am now able to inform you that, by the use of your great
American Dyspepsia Pills, I have been entirely cured of
that most distressing complaint, Dyspepsia. I had been
grievionaly afflicted for the last twenty-eight years, and
fur tea years of that time have not been free from its
path one week at a time. I have had it in its worst form
and have dragged on a most mfeerable existence—in pain
day - and night. Every kind of food that I ate Ailed 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 , meats what
ever and my distrers was so great for several months be
fore I heard of your Pills, that I frequently wished for
death. I had taken everything that I had heard of for
Dyspepsia, .without receiving any benefit; but on your
Pills being recommended to me by one who had been
cured by them, I concluded to give them a trial, although
I had no faith in them. To my astonishment, I found
myself getting better before I had taken. one-fourth of a
box, and after taking half a boz o I ant .a well man, and
can cat anything./. wish, and enjoy a heartyaneal three
times a day, without inconvenience from anything I eat
or drink. If you think proper, you are at liberty to make
this public and refer to me. I will cheerfully give all de
sirable information to any one who may call on me
Yours, TOSPeetnillY, JOHN H. BABCOCK.
For sale at Dr. Wishart . s Medical Depot, N o. io North
d street; Philadelphia, Pa. Price One Dollar per
box. Seat by mail, free of charge, on receipt of price.
I, Samuel D. Haven, have been *a great sufferer with
Chronic Dyegepsla and Intlama:union of the Kidneys for
three yenta: I employed three at four of the - most emi
nent physicians Of Philadelphia, able or OglillOrk county
N. _They pd . all foe me they con/d;hilt. to no pro ,
poe¢laracseatantly With awful pa in; and die
, aslant belehistof wind* and sour acid.
04 00: 1 9A4covered white innttliig of mucus
ultiaj 0 4 kegswith
a deit r. c * otv ttyilimes wished ger den* lei rellowta of
v,mk • Orl bad lost all lift, of i9eion:blnall.Weil•
a subject of priVer t 0 (364 that he'
wostaiillthnit" inie to some pliziwygitho ii•Aine that
wouldcoo me , I woo told to road odygt*meat or
"THE tTNION—NOW AND FOREVEE,."—Webster.
HARRISBURG, - PA., MONDAY :EVENING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1864
Dr. Wiahar's in the Philadelphia Ledoer, , of a great cure
made upon Mr. John Babcock, of 1028 Olive street, Phila
delphia, by the great American Dyspepsia Pills. I went
to the Doctor's Mice. and placed myself Under b treat
ment, and told him if he failed to cure me, it would be the
last effort I wentd make, It has been' six weeks'since
commenced the use of his medicine, and I am now a web
man, free from all pain' and distil:via, and can eat three
hearty meals a day with comfort, and feel perfectly well.
Br. Wishart, I want you to publish my case, as I want
every poor dyspeptic suffering as I was, tonsil on me, and
I will tell them of the greet cure I have received front
your invaluable medicine..
,SAMIIEL D. HAVEN.
Corner Venango rind Lmbert streets near Richmond
street, formerly from Wrightatown, Burlington county,
The above am a few among the , thousands which this
great remedy has saved from an untimely grave.
We have thousands of letters from physicians and drug
gists who bare prescribed and sold theThr Cordial, saying
that they have never need or. sold a medical which gave
such universal satisfaction.
Prepared only by the proprietor,
DR. L. Q. C. WISHART,
No. 10 North Second street, Philadelphia,
/Ad by Ifingiats everywhere linilylB.eod4&w
U. S. 7-30 LOAN.
TH:I7, Secretary of the Treasury gives notice
that subscriptions will he received for Con-
pen Treasury Notes, payable three years from
August 15th, 1864, with semi-annual interest
at the rate of seven and three-tenths per cent.
per annum—. principal-and interest both to be
paid in lawful money.
These notes will be convertible at the option
of the holder at maturity into six per cent.
gold bearing bonds, payable not less than five . -
nor more than twenty years from their date,
as the Government may elect. •They will Abe
issued in denominations of $5O, $lOO, $5OO,
$l,OOO and $5,000, and all subscriptions must
be for fifty dollars or some multiple of fifty
The notes will be transmitted to the owners
free of transportation charges as soon after
the receipt of the original Certificates of De
posit as they can be prepared.
As the notes draw interest from August 15,
persons making deposits subsequent to that
date must pay the interest aLlerued from date
of note to date of deposit.
Parties depositing twenty-five Jiousand dol
lars and upwards for these notes ;4 any one
time will be _allowed a commission of one
quarter of one per cent., which will be paid
by the Treasury Department upon the receipt
of a bill for the amount, certified to by the
officer with whom the deposit was made. go
deductions for commissions must be made
from the deposits.
Special Advantages of this Loan.
IT is NArromin SAVINGS Rams, offering a
higher rate than airy other, and best security.
Any savings bank which pays its depositors
in U. S. Notes, considers that it is paying
in the best circulating medium of the country,
and is cannot pay in anything better, for its
own assets are - either in government securities
or in notes or bonds payable in government
paper. • •
It is equally Convenient as a temporary or
permanent investment. The notes can al
ways be sold for within a fraction of their
face and accumulated interest, and . are the
best security with banks as collaterals for dis
Convertible into a 6 per Cent. MO Gold Bond.
In addition to the very liberal interest on
the notes for three years, this privilege of
conversion is now worth abotit three per cent.
per annum, for the current rate for 5-20 Ponds
is not less than nine per cent. premium, and be
fore the war the premium on fIIX per cent. U.
S. stocks was over twenty per cent. It will
be seen that the actual profit on this loan, at
the present market rate, is not less than ten
per cent. per annum.
Its Exemption from State or Municipal
But aside from all the advantages we have
enumerated, a special act of Congress exempts
all bonds and Treasury notes from local taxation.
On the average, this exemption is worth about
two per cent, per annum, according to the
rate of taxation in various parts of the country.
It is believed that no securities offer so
great inducements to lenders as those issued
by the Government. In' all other forms of
indebtedness, the faith or ability of private
Parties, or stock companies, or separate com
munities, only, is pledged for payment, while
the whole property of the country is held to
.secure the discharge of all the obligations of
the United States. -
While the Government offers the most
liberal terms for its loans, it believes that the
very strongest appeal will be to the loyalty
and patriotism of the people.
SUBSOREPTIONS WELL BE nnourrno by the
Treasurer of the United States, it Washing
ton. the several Assistant Treasurers and
designated Depositaries, and by all the Na
tional banks which are depositaries of public
money, and all respectable banksand bankers
throughout the- country will give further in
formation and afford every facility to sub
scribers. [anl9-d&w:2al •
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bury, Treverton,. Georgetown,
The Philadelphia Depot being; centrally located, the
drayage will be at the lowest retell. The Conductor goes
through with each train to attend to the safe delivery of
all goods Intrusted to the line. Goods delivered at the de
pot of WILLIAM P. 812 Market street,
Philadelphia, by 6 o'clock r. rc, win be delivered in Har
debug the next morning.
Preight Always as Low as by Any Other
ITO& MONTGOMERY & CO.,
• Philadelphia and Reading Depot
Foot of Market street, Harrisburg
NEW LIQUOR. STORE.
'IIEPORTANT TO LANDLORDS AND
J.. OTILERS.—The undersigned offers at wholesale, to
the twit), a choice lot or the best liquors ever brought to
Harrisburg, via: Preach Brandies, Holland Gins, SeopA,
frisk Bourg, Wheat and Old Rye Whisky; Forzein
nod Domain wines, such as Champagne, Claret, Catawoa,
die. All liquors warranted, as represented. Landlords
and others will dad it to their advantage. to call and ex
amine the assortment at the store, on South Second
litlZtwo doors below Chestnut.
T-dem GEORGE 'WINTERS
'DOCKET BOOKS, BIifOICEISIN PURSES
.1„ POBTEMONNATEE, and a general Intriety of LEA.
TILER GOODE, just received at •
REFIGNERIS BOOS STORK.
MlCaraliffeli; exoekdor hams, of this Sea,
- :spier ann. Ails readied aid for mgo A tz .
I iiinooestope Woi. Dot. 17:7!t Co.
FNGLISH: SHEAHVAST TEA. ---just re.
001Y4)(1, thhagiesior h Brisledist Tes ;
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Ountann to Wm. DoOk,
DISEASES .RESULTING FROM
DISORDERS OF THE LIVER
AN D DIGESTIVE ORGANS,
ARE CrtrAND BY
THE GREAT STRENGTHENING TONIC,
'fIiIBJESE Bitters have performed more cures;
A have and do give better satisfaction; have more tes
timony; have more respectable people to•voach for them
than any other article in the market.
We dory any one to contradict this assertion, and Will
pay $l,OOO to any 01113 Oita will produce a certificate pub.
lisped by us that is not genuine. Hofiand's German Bit
ters, will cure every case of Chronic' or Nerions Debility,
Diseases of the Kidneys, and diseases arising from a dis-,
ordered stomach. Observe the following symptoms, re•
wilting from the disorders of the digestive organs: Con
stipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of Blood to the head,
Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust : for
Food, Fullness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations,
Sinking or fluttering at the pit of the stomach, Swimming
of the head, Hurried and difficult breathing, Fluttering at
the heart, Choking or suffocating sensations when in a
lying posture, Dimness of vision, Dots or webs before 'the
sight, Fever and dull pain in the head, Deficiency of pers
piration, Yellowness of the skin and eyes, Pain in the side,
back, chest, linibs, Ace., Sudden flushes of heat, Burning
in the ihniti, Constant Imaginations of evil, and great de
pression of spirits.
Remember ttht this Bitters is not alcoholic, contains no
nun or whisky, and can't make drunkards, but to : the
beat Toaio in thaworld.
READ 'WIIO SAYS SO
From the Rev. Levi G. Beck, Pastor of the Baptist
Church, Pemberton, N. J., formerly of the North Baptist
* * * * * * * * • • *
I have known Reoftand , s German Bitters favorably for
a number of years. I have used them in my own familyi
and have been so pleased With their effects that I wa s in
duced to recommend them to many other; and 'mow that
they have operated in a strikingly beneficial manner. I
take great pleasure in thus publicly proclaiming this
fast, and calling the attention of those afflicted with the
diseases for Which they axe recommended to these Bit
ters, knowing from experience that my recommendation
will be sustained. I do this more cheerfully as Hoof
land's Bitters is intended to benefit the afflicted, and is
'Mot a rum drink." Yours truly-
From Rev. J. Newton Brown, D. D. Editor of the En
cyclopedia of Religious Knowledge and Christian Ctironi,
Although not disposed to favor or recommend Patent
Mehicines in general, - through distrust of their ingredients
and effects, I yet know of no sufficient reasons why a
man may not testify to the benefits he believes himself to
have received from any simple preparation, in the hope
that he may thus contribute to the benefit of others,
Ido this the more readily in regard to Hoofiand's Ger
man Bitters, prepared by Dr. C. M. Jackson, of this city
because I was prejudiced against them for many years,
under the impression that they were chiefly an alcoholic
*fixture. lam ndebted to my friend, Robert Shoema
ker, Esq., tor the removal of this prejudice by proper
tests, and for encouragement to try them when suffering
from ,great and long continued debility. The use of
three bottles of these Bitters at the beginning of the
present year, was follovred by evident relief and restora
tion to a degree of bodily and mental vigor which I had
not for six months before, and had almost despaired of
regaining. I therefore thank God and ray. friend for di
recting Me to the use of them. • . ,
J. NEWTON BROWN, Philada.
From Rev. Warren Randolph, , Pastor of Baptist
Church, Germantown, Penn.
Dr. C. M. Jackson:—Dear Sir:—Personal experience
enables me to say that I regard the German Bitters,.ipre
pared by you, as a most excellent medicine. In cases of
severe cold and general debility I have been greatly bene
fitted by the use of the Bitters, and doubt not they will
produce similar elects on others.
Yours truly WARREN RANDOLPH,
• From Rev. J. H. Turner, Pastor of Redding M. E
Lir. O. M. Jackson:—Dear Sir:—Having used your Ger
man Bitters in my family frequently I am prepared to say
that it haibeen of great service. I believe that in most
cases of general debility of the system it is the safest and
most valuable remedy of which I have any knowledge,
tours, respectfully J. H. TURNER,
No. 726 N. Nineteenth street.
Prom the Rev. J. M. forons, formerly the
Columbus (N. J.) and Milestown (Pa.) BaptistChu r ches.
New ROOHULIC, S. Y.
Dr. C. AL Jacksed:—Dear Str:—l feel it a pleasure thus,
of my own accord, to bear testimony to the excellence of
the German Bitters. Some years since being much of
Sided with Dyspepsia, I used them with very beneficial
results. I have often recommended them to persons 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
Louie that cannot be surpassed. J. M. LYONS.
From the Rev Thomas Winter, Pastor of Boxborongh
Dr. Jackson:—Dear Sir:—l felt it due to your excel
lent preparation, Hootland German Bitters, to -add my
testimony ba the deserved reputation it has obtained. I
halm for years, at times, been troubled with great disorder
in my head and nervous system. I was advised by a
friend to try a bottle of your German Bitters; did so, and
have experienced great and unexpected relief; my health
has been very materially benetitted. I confidently recom
mend the article where I meet with cases similar to my
own, and have been assured by many of their good ef
fects. Respectfully yours,
- T. WINTER, Roxborough, Pa.
From Rev. 3. S. Herman, of the German Reformed
Church, Kutztown, Berke county. Pa.
Dr. O. M. Jacksoni—Respected Sir have been
troubled with Dyspepsia nearly twenty years, and have
never need any medicine that did me as much good as
Hoofland's linters lam very much improved in health,
after having taken dye bottlea.
Yours with respect, J. B. toißmeit
Large Size (holding nearly double quantity,) $1 00
per home—half dor.— .. ...... ....S5 00
Small Size...-74 cents per bottle = haH . doz... . . 409
BEWARE OF COUNTERFEITS!
See that the signature of "C. 11. JACKSON' , is on the
WRAPPER of each bottle.
Should your nearest druggist lot have the article, de
nothe put off by any of the intoxicating preparations that
may beollbred in its ;dam, but, send ' to'- us, and we will
Comm]; woody packed, by aspresa _ •
Mogi* °ghat and Mawatnetol9,
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for so toy Drusito indihwiorkareOmp fai n
BEM Sas sty
Army of the Potomac
REAT ACTIVITY AT THE OUTPOSTS,
A SUCCESSFUL • REBEL RAID.
FORCE SENT IN PURSUIT.
The Enemy . ' 'Overtaken.
FIGHT IN pitocrimss.
WAsirrsorrou, Sept, 17.
The mail steamer Chains Deering, from
City Point, brings lity another batch of rebel
She : reports on Thursday night two
regiments of rebel cavalry made a raid on
our cattle corral, a short distance below City
Point. They came in on our Ipft, and succeeded
in getting into the Corral; whinli is'along the
river, and drove off a large"number of cattle,
overpowering the guard, composed of mem
bers of the 13th Pennsylvania cavalry.
The alarm, howeier, was speedily given,
and .the troops at City Point were placed
under arms, and a body of our cavalry was
sent in pursuit of the:raiders, who can hardly
succeed in getting out of our lines in safety.
At 10 o'clock yesterday morning, the hour
at which the•mail steamer left City Point, the
pursuing force had' not returned, but a scout
had brought information to Gen. Grant's
headquarters, that our cavalry had come up
by a body of rebels that had been sent out to
protect the raiding party, and that a severe
fight was going on between them. When the
steamer reached Fortrgss Monroe yesterday,
it was reported that our troops had captured
a large number of prisoners.
This information is said to have reached
Fortress Monroe by telegraph, from City
Reports are conflicting as to the numper of
cattle driven off by the rebels. Some say
that they got thirty-five hundred, while others
report the number at less than one thousand,
and the latter figure is believed to be the
nearest to the truth. Beyond the usual can
nonading and picket firing, there is nothing
transpiring of importance at our immediate
front, though our troops are watchful, in view
of expected demonstrations by tb,e enemy.
Farther Particular of the Rebel Raid
IXVI a BEM
• HEADViIMERS AMU POTOMAC, Sept. 'l6.
.The flank attack by the enemys cavalry
early yesterday morning was a most daring
move„and.seems to have been partially suc
cessful. * The attacking fores consisted of
three brigades Of cavalry with eight pieces
of artillery, and the main body, recached
the vicinity Of 'the cattle herd on Ruf
fin's farm near Cogginspoint just before
daylight, while the remainder engaged the
cavalry pickets along the entire line from
Reams' Station, capturing some and driving
others back. This was done to cover the
operations of the main column.
The attack was just before daylight when
the guards were mostly asleep. Two hun
dred prisoners are reported to have been cap
tured mostly of the 13th Pennsylvania cav
alry. The first District of Columbia cavalry
on duty near by soon attacked the rebels, but
found them to be in such strong force that
they had to fall back, suffering a loss of some
250 it is said.
Gregg's division of cavalry, supported by a
part of the 2dcorps, went in pursuit of the
raiders, but it is - believed they had too much
the start, and must have got off with the
greater part of their plunder.
In addition to onr loss in cattle, which will
reach about 2;400 head, the rebels captured
several teams, with a gang of men who were
engaged in censtructing a line of telegraph
in that direction.
A rumor reached camp this morning that
the cattle had all been re-captured, but I can
not trace it to any reliable source.
One object of the raid was, however, to sup
ply their ranks with conscripts, as well as the
punishment of those who have been in open
and friendly • intercourse with our forces.
Among those captured were several deserters
from the army, who, until recently, had suc
ceeded in eluding their vigilance by camping
in the swamps contiguous to their residences.
• Those living under the immediate protec
tion of our naval forces were unmolested,
the guerrillas not content with having captur
ed all the male inhabitants within certain lim
its, completed the sehime by robbing their
families, in severalinstances, taking off every
thing on the premises that they could conve
niently carry away. Information from other
parts of Volusia and the adjacent counties, is
to the effect that great distress prevails among
the poorer classes of people in consequence of
these raids. •
• The United States steamer Manghinn is now
performing blockade duty of this post, but
was unable to render any assistance, not being
aware of the said until after its termination.
Some anxiety is felt at the Navy Department
in consequence of the disappearance of acting
ensign James H, Olark from the South Atlan-
Ho blockading squadron during the early part
From the 201st Regiment.
CANE' COUCH, NEAR CILLEMESIttraG,
September 16th, 1864.
"Home again," as you will perceive by the
heading of this letter. We left Camp "Awl,"
--from which place my last letter was pen
cllied=about . 8 o'clock, Thursday morning,
and marched up , the pike about one mile;
then struck across the country, over a miser
able muddy halting in the woods; occa
sionally, to-rest the men; passing through a
small village stypd BridgeliOrt, and halted
again for dinner in an Open fie ld' at a place
known as the - Cross Reeds:
instantly *1914, fires built; coffee-kettle un
srlapPed;. 'altd! everybody went.„ to work
with a right good tb"..l 3 #Pare a
meal to_ satisfy, , appetites sharpened by
a busk maichnfer a shocking bad, clayey,
Colin r e bid.::Dhirierover, we took the road
heif i ding4ne east, on the
, public road
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for tent-building purposes--straw and -other
requisites obtained from the obliging farmers,
and the night very comfortly spent. Here
we likewise obtained, a, portion of our mail
matter, which was forivarded,froro. Chambers
burg, (minus our newspapers; which was cer
tainly a disappointment.) The most splendid
mountain range "I ever :beheld met my vision
at sunrise next morning. Distant some six or
eight miles across the fertile valley of limestone
formation, huge mountains loomed up against
the sky, and ran along the horizon as far as
the eye could reach, smilingly, hiding their
lofty peaks in massive banks of 'vapor, float
ing skyward. One -of the' "oldett inhabi
tants" of the Cashtowners pointed:ont".l?mund
Top," "Turkey . Foot," "Casey's -40 b,"
"Giant Peak," and many names I do nut re
member. The Alps, Appinines, Pyrenet:Stind
Mont Blanc of the Old World may havolizeir
peculiar features of interest; but .1 - contend
that the Katskills, Adriondacks, Alleghenies
and Blue Mountain ranges of North. Aderica
present scenery as magnificent and piitur -
esque, to the eye Of the true obaerver of
nature and her handiwork, As can be found
across the Atlantic; at least, I concluded, on
taking a view of these splendid rang 4 its the
sun, heralded by Aurora, - rose in the -East,
and gilded the summits of the tall peaks to
the North and Westward for many miles.
After a late, but bountiful breakfa,st, we left
Cashtown, and proceeded' eaSfier4 ,over a
fine dry road, marching on-a line parallel with
the turnpike towards Chambersburg. Reach
ing a place called "Ruth's corner," I think
we struck through a wood heading for the
pike, then only two milesdistant;:and passing
within half a mile of Camp Couch.. When
the boys espied the white tents across the
fields - they gave vent to a general-"hurrah
although we were obliged to march nearly two
miles further in order. to gain entrance to
Camp Conch by the public road.
On the dismissal of the reginient in Camp
Couch, Col. Awl complimented the officers on
the good conduct, appearance, and marching
qualities of the men under their, respective
commands on this, their trial trip!
Altogether, the length of the march was in
the neighborhood of 20 or 25 tidies, and
owing to a portion of the road being-Very-bad,
it fatigued the men greatly. But, generally
speaking, few complaints were made, ,the men
being aware that in the end thiarapid move
ment to which many were unaccustomed,' was
for their own good, and they abknOWledge the
corn now that they see it.
I must not forget to mention that onryoung
friend Isaac Lamb, the new recruitijar i e pur
chased of farmer Gillen for $2 50,,5t00d the
march well. He is the favorite'Ofafl 4 the re
giment, and his guardian, S— N-4'-o,tiarter
master of Company .1, intends to seartea sub
scription palter for the purpose,of furnishing
Ike with anew collar, bell, &c. Hein a great
pet, and is always present at rollrefill.
After reaching camp Of- the -boys
stretched themselves out, :mime singingltWhy,
am I so weak and weary" to; whiult some
funny fellow wouldrespond:: l iKase you
tramped too lively through the An
other remarked, ' thisitE the tiineethat. tries
men's souls." ." Yes," retortegillia.t.4l9.4trade,
it tried one of my soles; itslid clew:Loft' the
new shoes I got a prcsent:frigri MAO Sam
Well; jesting aside, theiriti VaS.beneficial
to us, for we came here tolearn the Art of
It was officially announced, after - dress pa
rade, last evening, that Dr. John _McCleary,
of Lancaster, Pa., is appointed Assistant Sur
geon of this regiment instead of,Dr. Brant.
I did not learn the reason .of Dr. Brant's non
Our obliging chaplain and attentlie P. IL ,
Rev. G. T. Rakestraw, requests me-to say,
that friends writing to the soldiera,of the
201st, should be particular to statehet t correct
letter of the company to which they" belong.
Far instance, if George Brown's' frierids ad
dress a letter to G 8., company F, and George
belongs to A or B, it is no small annoyance
to the Post Master to find him, if he is not
personally acquainted with the . n.tan (as is
frequently the case.) Instances of this na
ture occur every day, and cause -lunch unne
cessary trouble. .
I omitted to state at the proper tune, that
John De Horst, a deserter of the 20th Pa.
cavalry, was arrested here, a feW days . since,
and taken hence in irons, to some place of
confinement. He had attached birnself to
company G, and no one knew, before his ar
rest, that he was acting the rogue.''
The weather,at this writing, (Saturday
morning) is elightfcd. Many . llisitors in
camp. More anon,_ ,
Corporal ebinpany I.
P. S.—l received a letter from-my esteemed
friend Arthur E. Small, Esq., at present occu
pied at "Drawer, 98 Telefl9„9,: He writes
—"Who would have thank it, that you, the
old sober-sided baggage-irrestler, would
shoulder a shooting-stick. and go Johnny
hunting--(not that I thought youyas want
ing in patriotism and all the rest, of the
fourth of July fixings,) but I supposed you
Benedicts would give the "Michaels about
Harrisburg a chance ftrst—or4. - atildu't they
see it?" No, friend Arthun-tth.ey i ere not of
the right stripe—the smell:, of gunpowder
alone would sicken sonie of therM - "muchly."
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