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AIORAING AND BVICATINg,
fi y GEORGE BERGNEIt.
OFFICE rigen 1Y AR WAZethit
SINGLE SIIESCRIPTION. . •
idr Luny Timaiterik 'Served to subscribers in .the
ny 11.1 12 cents per week; 4 e arly subseriber" will be ,
,:barged $6 00 in advpsteu,. 2 , these personswho negleotte
,ay in advance will be clturited , : l s7 00.
Tee TELlo:llArEEllllloopUblytted weekly,and is furntened
subscribers It the tellO**,:eentt rates
togle copies, weekly . .
Three copies to one 1 5 610 1 °Mee
Ten copies to one ioet-gllce..
NEW ADVDRTISEMENTS. ..
When will Wonders Cev.lol
THE GREAT REMEDY OF TliE WORLD !
DR. McBRIDE'S KING OF PAIN •
WILL cure any ache or pain in from one .
to sixty minutes I
It acts like magic upon the absorbent and glandular
systems, reducing swellings teed reguLeting the' soqdtiOxiS
rod excretions. It igof .a. diffthrive, penetrating •thithric
exerts its influence frem She periphery to the centre or
the nervous organism, thence . by reflex action its peter;
is felt throughout the .cnilte gystem, restoring the cirert .
bating fluids and eife6lrltiketlYetise with Invincible strength':
THE KING , EPS: IS INFALtfrer4l
So matter what the .painitOply the medicine and. putt
rill dad instant. relief. . ts:an internal nod external
cure. . .
THE KING. OF PAIN
earn almost. instih4useously, Headache, Earache,..Hen
ndgia, Deafness, Sore Throat, Cold% Bronchial : Affections,
asthma, Dyspesia, Dlivilicea, Dysentery or Mandy Flux,.
liver Complaint, Kidney Disease, Diseases of thififiailder
and Genital Organs, Cramp,:Clielic and all aciasiriddie
pains, Fever and Agen t
. .Burns, Bruises, Cuts, Spntins 'and
sounds of every description. It proves itself thehanstefy,
es the testimony oflthousaikts prove its meritorious worth.
gold, wholesale aritEretail; by .
S. A. KUNKM druggists, Sole Agents,. -
118 ' Market street, Harrisburg...
The following letter from a soldier, in reference to tho
efficacy and powerful restorative qualitities of DR. No-
BRIDE'S KING OF PAIN, speaks for itself :
NEWTILLN, CIIMBERLAND . COEINTY,
Sept. 14, 1864.: .
Macro. S. 4. Kunkel vE Ihro., druggists, Harrisburg,: Pa :
GILITS would Inform yon that I receivedthe bottles'
of hicßride's Greityain Killer, and enclosed please find
Ore dollars more Los whichaend me nye bottles addition:i
al to-morrow. leave Tor camp to-morrow. Let pie
know whether you can supply li e with It in the army,. : I
am In Company H, 202 d regim ent P. V. I have been. in,
rosy bad bealtn for upwards orfour years, and two of the
one-dollar bottles have 'cared .me completely, and have
made me feel like a man.. Besides, I have cured a num:
tier of my comrades of various diseases incident to camp
life, and can recommend it to be the best medicine the
:either can provide for himself. . _ .
Yours respectfully, JOS. E. WHITE.
sar AU orders from a distance promptly attended to by
9, A. KUNKE[. & BRO.
A HOME CERTIFICATE. , •
The following certificate iafront a well-known citizen of
Haruussuact, Aug. 300.84. -
To Tat Ponta: It gives me great pleasure Utrecom
mend to the public the medicine prepared by,DIL. J.. T.
MoBRIDE, which he calls the "KING OF PAIN.!'! Laws
Induced to use it as an external remedy fora bruise,.whleir
it relieved immediately, and subsequently cured entirely.,
Its success induced.ene.to use it internally for Diarrheea;
with which I was afflicted in a chronic form rev:nearly,
eighteen months, and teauch an extent that my kidneys
were seriously deranged. Tile medicine has cureil
and certainly that is saying a great deal in its favor, .widen j,
reflect how many other remedies I tried without expert,
aiming anything but temporary relief. For mrpart,
shall always keep a supply of it in my house, believing as.
do that it is a most inclinable family meoicine._
The unexampled 240 of this medicine proves itto be
the most wonderful discovery of the age in the ._iiicOoal
tate, .01. 8 • a
The undersigned are the sole agents for the• ;
will supply It wholesale and retail.
S. A. KUNKEL fc BRO., Druggists,
118 Market street, Harrisburg.
PEIPIIEIL'S DAILY LINE
.Jersey Shore, Williamsport, Run
ty, Uniontown, Watsontown, Milton,
Lewisburg, Northumberland, Sun
bury, Troverton, Georgetown, '
A_ND HARRISBURG. •
The PlilladelPhti Depot being centrally the
drayage will be at the lowed rates. The Conductor goes
through with each train to attend to the eafe delivery of
all goods intrusted to the line. Goods delivered at, the de-,
pot of WILLIAM. E. BORK, 812 Marketit:reet,
Philadelphia, by i o'clock P. x., will be delivered in Ellie
rieburg the next morning.
rreight Airways as Low as by Any Other
JOS. MONTGOMERY Jr CO., •
Philadelphia and Reading Depot,
Foot of Market 'area; Harritirg.
ti E Tni LIRVIUR STORE.
TMPORTANT TO LANTILORDS AND_
11 undersigned-otters M seladesale, - to:
the trade, a choice lot of the best tiqvars ever brought to
Harritani4, viz: French Brandies, Holland Gins, .Scotch;,
Irish,-- Wheat and Old Rye Whisky; Pomp;
atd,Dentable wines, such as•Cnampagne, Giazel,_Gaganba,'
dte. All liquors warranted, as represented. Landlords
and others will fled it to their advantage to call and ex
amine the assortment at the store, on South Second
street, twO doors below Chestnut. •
tur47-ddm . GEORGE WINTERS
CIANNED FRUITS OF EM ORTDEIP " '
N. SAIICE4 of all the celebrated ;oikintfacen s ori,
Also, ISROWN STOUT, FLNE TEAS E 00FREE, SUGAR
and sntup of all grades and prices, and the best selected
stock outside of Philadelphia,.
Alt goods guaranteed as represented.
Partimilarattention paid to all orders horn a distance.
Goodecorerolly packed and delivered to all parts of the'
city Me of charge. SIMMER Is '
isty6 uncommon to W. Dock, Jt. Ss 1:10;
VENNI APIYANO . 81:1 EttnY4 •ixavortvd
J.: : Wiarsuited • the Ilheirt.l Sherry ilreie id thig
pountry POP Vale et SILISLER & FRAZER,
IUrIKIECEIMWS excelifor hanisolfthili veer
ion's oaring. Jug reootied and for pege•by. • •
SHISLEg fis FAAAER,
Isooroaems toWm. Dock, Co
CAIIgAIGN TORQHEB,' • .
606 chekry etree a, Philadelphia.
TAOSS HEAP .. ana XF.W MACK
A. AlitlL, pat. received, at
'MEW FISH.New No. 1 and . 2 Mackerel
In barrels, half barrels ondlitts, and by the pound,
et (anal . . EjIISLER.At FRAZER.
PXTRA. FAMILY FLOUR and COI N
JUI REALt always on htyld, pfthceirestAgality, at: -
L 8 -B4STER-6 %GERM:R.
QALMON. --Fine malt Salmon at
i. 3 Imo aamtielt ALFRORRi
101 1 - lICKSTERS' BASKETS.--ShisleiA
itl7 auccesaorate W. Dock, & C 0.., have,qn hand
3d dozen hickory baakcts. ?rice $5 60 per dozen. je9
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CJust received, a very fine kit of CranbereeLc at
oci3 SHISLER & FRAZER.
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wystioW SASH FOR SALE,-=-168 lights,
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BY : -..0xy10-m4PIRL:
A -4Cure Warranted:
Dyspepric' hei`the foticitsincf *ptoms:
Ist. A constant pans or uneasmees at the
pit of the stomach. '
2d. Flatulence anclAcidity. •
3d. •pos,tiveness and Loss of Appetite,
4th.;Crloem and Depression.of Spirits.,
,sth. Diarrhoea, with griping. •
fith. Pain in all parts of the System.- •-,
,7th, Consumptive Symptoms andfralpita
tion of the Heart.
,Bth. Cough, with Phlegm in the Throat.
•9th. Nervous Affection, and want of 'Bleep
• 10th. Loss of Appetite and Vomiting.
11th. Dizziness; Dimness of Vision, and
Loss of sight. .
12th. Headache and.Stag,gering In walking;
with great weakness. • ' • '
Ont of the thdruginidtrototiSeiff of Dyspepsia
that have used Dr.`-‘filsbaitia (treat American
Dyspepsia Pills; not-one of• them has - failed,
Id a perfect care. Wp warrant a enrO in every
:Case, no matter if of twpdaty years' standing...
Sold by all druggists everywhere,' and at Dre.
Wishart's office, No. , 10 N. Second street;
?hiladelphis, Rgt. All•enininatiOna tind'cOne
silltations free - of chine. Send' 'ffiYjiLCiron
:PiiCe 1.1 Per Vox. Sent by mail, free of
DYSPEPSIA, DYSPEPSIA, DYSPEPSIA.
;.ELIZABETH Biussos, of Brandywine,
Del., forMerlyof Old Cheater, DeL, do certify
that, for one year and a.halt I suffered every
thing but death - froth that Awful disease called
Dyspepsia. - MywhOle system was prostrated
With weakeess'and her v' debility; I could
not digebt.my 'O4; ate:even a cracker or
the smallest amount of We'd, it would return
just as I swallowed it; I became .eo 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
entirelY to. give way. I had'a dreadful horror
and evil forebodings. I thought everybody
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 ramble
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:lkltS my whole nervous system de;
stroyed o and also my mind from that awful
cere a , Dmepsisythat my friends thought
best to have: me placed in Dr. •Rirkbride's
hosp:i West Philadelphia; I remained_'
b.tter, b few drWargirt
plaint was raging as badias ever. Hearingof
the wonderful cures Performed by Dr. Wis
"hart's Great American Dyspepsia Pills and
his, treatment for Dyspepsia, my husband
milled on Dr. Wishart 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
- tiro weeks I began to digest my food, and felt
' my disease was fast giving way, and I
,cOntinued to recover for slang three months,
and at the'preSentlime renjoy perfectlealth
'of body'and mind, and Iniott sincerely return
My thanks to a merciful - God . and Dr. Wis
:host, and to his great American Dyspepsia
Pills and Pine Tree Ter Cordial that saved me
'f 'man Insane• Asylum and premature grave.
All persons suffering with Dyspepsia are at
liberty to gall on me or write, as I am Willing
to do all the good I can for suffering hu
.inanity. ELIZABETH BRANSON,
Brandywine, Del., formerly of Old Chester,
Delaware county, Pa.
'Da. Wannuree Office, No. 10 North Second
- Street, Philadelphia.
DANIEL E. SPILT
' Da..Wistrairr—l have been a constant iiiiiiiier: kith - 1
.DXspepaia for the last eighteen years, during,,whiciktithe
I cannot say I ever enjoyed a perfectly urelrday, • There
ware tlines , whenthe' sympteiria :were taco aggrexiite.;t:
than at olttererand then it seemed it wouldhen great re.
; lief to did.; -' , Phed et all timft an. inipleanuit feeling In my
"head; but latterly myerifferingir se - pinch - Increased that
I became alminit milt for binaness•of any landtniy..inind
was continually tiled with gloomy tho ughts ' - stitt. fore,.
boding; and _ if U attempted to change 'their 'current 'by :
reading, at once a sensation of Icy coldness In connection,
with a dead weight, as it were, rested upon my" brain;
also, a feeling of sickness would occur at ths stomach, and
great pain to my eyels, accompanied With which was the
continual fear of losing. my reason. I also experienced
great lassitude, debility and .nervousness which , made it
-.difficult to VOk'lljr_ .dify or ileep at night. I hope
nverse to soniettrandrilytioso only, to seiellisieni ,
Wiring triedthertiral. of a nitinber of eminent : Ph •
°fixations schisolcilistillyniOni to the eOncluifut t , -t,-(on:
this disease at riry,Witentate 06 years) 14 . 1* wpm owsj
Inexistence. Bac ' ttiroroth_the hateiferetassA ANytne.
PrOvidenoe, towthem.ldevOUDkoller myttiankiVntAlliiti
found a soverelgn,renSeol2l... your Dyspepsia ' 'ills, and;
Tar Cordial , whist' seem tr'lutse effectua ll y rOnexinkal--
most the last trace of 'my long list of allmenta. Hind; bin(
feeling's, and In their place' health, pleasure . 'and content., •
' meat are my everyday companions.
_ L. _
. • JAN XS M. SAPINDERS,I —
North Second street, Philadelphia, ..
•-. ..!. ' '. Formerly of "Woodbury, N. J.
Dr Wishart's Mike No"101Ilorth Second' street, Phila.
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A POSITIVE OMM. POP DYSPEPSIA.
DR. Wisx.tar-=Sll:—lt is with much pleasure that I
am now able to inform you that, by the use of your great
American Dyspepsia Pill 2, I have been entirely cured of
most distressing complaint, Dyspepsia. r had been
grievlously afflicted for the last twenty-eight years, and
for ten years Of. Altai dine :bayenot been free from its
path one week at ettine...l. have had it in its werstrorm
'goblin have drained iMemostraiserable existence-an pain
day and night gierikindX:food that I ate filled me.
With wind and pitin,'it;nietitered not how light, orhew.
small the quantity . , f.i snuthmed belching was Mimeo '
follow. I had no appetbetar any kinds' or meats: whit..
ever and my disti*awas` iiq great for several months be- •
fore I heard of yopr, tiasell frequently:: wishedlor
death. I hail taken pysythipg that I bad heard - Ad for
Dyspepsia, tlitheat4conyTrogiany benefit; but on your
Pills being recommended-do : me by one who- bad been.
cured by thero.,l colaudigggive them a trial , although:
I bad no faith le;thiati.:: Vo -.my astonialtmant, I found .
Myself getting bettlithadio I had taken cone•rourth of a
box, and after tekinkhalf ni boix„ I ass a weN man, and
cart eat anythie“ souk' and' enjoy a hearty meal three
times a day' without from anything eat
or drink. If you dank: proper,.you are atliberty - to make.
this public ` m* reri*le Me n _ Dia cheartlthy, give MIA*
girable infointatleit icianyene who *
may reline Ins .'
Yours, r 4 4011 1 Y,.... : JOHN N v ltelt(loot .
For sale at Dr,l'ilah_artlit Medical Depot, No.:10 North
Second street, MILO . . Vida;,Yro. Price One Dollar par
box. Sent by mai; tree on receipt of price.
. . .
.... ~ been
I, g ame ' D e galas; h ave . • great serene tittle.
.Chronic Drepepaiktibet,Whie*tieet of the 4 1 draYs far
.three ears. teurogiteyel. ~ . pr coon of the pest end
ant of Plidi
N. J. et am all ' 7 " mod, hut - 4. 4 :RG-PlAr
poSe. was comtly - en . . :,;:telth awful pain Rowel,
tress, and with . ;epef,, .r , ..tag of wind ana-aottr,ao4 4
*lily tongue seat imeteckienti'llente ousting of Macaw
until It ceiminit l ik,lani. ilinn -- f, and waa :41,1insUudy
Me I 041 I ati ll l o44 o nit death to raller! Ms%
my suNethilk 'lrOiLtia: tau tE hope of ever lainjvaridt..,
Nada. Ima -it a iligkdetylp rc raz IQ AO QM It e '.
vftg direst'.sac lt0'10 1 4 11 ,:_p or 1100040440
_ *laid ears Nei 9 1. i11 41 .;: e4 C Irelig 1 0 1 11 4 ,11 r409 10, 4'
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ROYER & KOERPER
HEAR am i xfir . .4. 8 BABootor.
P.t:dlaitehiiiia, January 22d, 1.883.
-THE UNION---NOir AND FORETBR."
HARRISBURG, PA.. N:NDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 17, 1..R6A
MEDICAL. • j
Dr. Wisher's in the Philadelphia Ledger, of a at cure
made upon Mr. John Babcock, of 1028 Olive strip, Phila
delphia, by the great American Dyspepsia PIUS I went
to the Doctor's Office, and placed myself under I treat
ment, and told him if he failed to cure me, it weld be the
last *Wort I weutd make. It has been six W eel since' I .
commenced the use of his medicine, and I am ntr a weir
man, free from all pain and distress, and can 4 three
hearty meals a day with comfort, and feel pert* v welt
Dr. 'Wisher", I want you to publish my case, want
every poor dyspeptic shffering as I was , call on e, and
I will tell them of the 'great cube I have recei 'from
your invaluable medicine. - , SAMUEL D. H EN.
Corner Venango and Lambert streets near 11: mond.
street, formerly from Wrightsdown,,Hurlington unty,
,The above are a lbw among , cite., thousands whit". this
greet remedy has saved fteman-untfittely grave. . '
He have thousands of lettivafftpfg physicians ad drug
gists who have prescribedand - seld the*Thr Cordialpaying
that they have never used or sold a medical whit gave
such universal satisfaction. 1
Prepared. only by the proprietor, .
• • S HAIC
No. 10 North Second street, Philadelphif ra.
I Sold by Druggists everywhere SmjylB-etkitkw
U. S. 7- , 30 LOAN. .. -
MEM Secretary of the-Treasury gives Qotioe
that subscriptions will-be received f COtt.
pon Treasury Notes, payable three yea him
August 15th, 1864, with-semi-annual i - rest
at the rate of seven and threemtenthe peicent.
per annum—principal and. interest both to be
paid in lawful money. ' ' ,-, 1> . '
These notes will be convertible at the iption
o/.° the holder at maturitrinto six percent.
gpld bearing bonds, payable not less this filie
nor more than twenty years from their date,
As the government may elect. They 411 be
isSned in denominations of •$50;$100;'$500,
$l,OOO and $5,000, and all stibicriptionsmust
be for fifty dollars or some multiple ol fifty
The , notes will be transmitted to the ovOers
free of transportation- charges as soots after
the receipt of the original Certificatestf De
posit as they can be prepared.
As the notes draw interest from August 15,
persons undd.ng depcisits subsequent to that
date must pay the interest accrued from date
of note to, date ordeposit.,
Parties depositing tiventy-five' tltousand dol
lars and upwardit for these notes at any one
time will be allowed 'a _cie*iqsion of one
quarter of one pe'r . emit. • . • •
Special AdVantages of: hiA Loan.
T IS A Nasnosom, &lavas BANX, offering
higher rate of interest than any L other and the
best security. Any,savings bank which pays its
depoSitorten U. S. Notes, considers: that it is
paying in tlie 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 gov-.
permanent investment: notes can -
ways be sold for within a fraction of their
faee and accumulated interest, and are the
best security with banks as collaterals for
Convertible into a 6 per Cent. WO Gold Bond.
In addition to the very liberal interest on
the notes for three' years, this privilege of
,conversion is now worth about three per cent.
pax annum, for the current rate for 5-20 Bonds'
is not less than nine per den& premium, and be
fore the war the premium on six per cent. U.
S. stooks was over twentrper" 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.
s Exemption from State or Municipal
But aside from all the Advantages we have
enumerated, a special act of Congress exentpt9-
cal bonds and. Treasury notes from Wal toaAtion.
On'the average, this•exemption is worth shunt
two per cent.. -13 q mumts, according to 'the
rate of taxation..m.iratirmsparts'of the c ountry:
t is , believed. no - securities' offer so
great inducements liiiders as those issued
by the GOVernmenti.' l ln ;nil other • forma of
indebtedness, the- faith " e l / 2 4 ability 'of private
parties, or stock comp - Maids; or 'separate com
munities, only, is pledged fol. payment.; while
the whole property of the country is held to
secure the discharge of' all, tie obligations of
the United States. ' •
While theovern o era th e most
• t ; ff
liberatternis int its Wins, it believes that the
very strop At 'appeai will be to loyalty
and patri." , •fiTm of the people.
Up to the 2 , tth of September, the ePbeeriP
tions to this amounted to over
I 9 •
Suwon:mom - wris BE , =mania) by the '
Ti easurer of the United States, at Washing-
On, the several . Assistant'. Treasurers and
designated Depositaries, and by, the
IFIRST NATIONAL BANE OF
a ALL RESPECTABLE BAbiKWARD' 2 RANKERS
'throughout the comity ttiiirlN - slather in
formatiOn ' —• •
• ' AFFORD EVERY FACILITY. TO: SVESCRIBERS.
SOLE AGENCY li CITY
T AM happy: boi , dtroirtio :theAinhlia a large
..ind aplondid astartnient : ! • • 1
. : SUPERIOIt? GOLD PENS,'
• - MO3l W.. PArOI I EM. •
These Peet are well edified; elastic, and will give em
SCUIEFFER3 BOOK MORE
'nand street, oppbeite PrEmbperlazi Church, Harrill')
IN D. W. GROW. NEW BLOCK,
Market Street v aarrisburg.
1,000 To - WM/MT :STYLES
c,, cAK c 'Cr L A R 8
, ' ' FOTerStintiel , BRAWLS.
Wilt open en the bit 'OCArnici
H. C. ORTII,_.
leacher of the Piano, .ifelodeon, Violin and
15, Ilcon snow, BFLowlieasraT.
sep3-demo ' , •
SAP SAGO, EnglishDairy,..Fine Apple; nal
meg and New YorklitatetOtmeee Jan received et 1
SHUILER a FRAZIE4
myO aueoeseets to W Dock, Jr., & Co.
LL kinds of hauling with wagons or carts
ja. will be promptly4bbe by - * bag on
_•- • • JACOB
aorner of somievirt 6 •Dd
an denominabobei to Atimoronc_etylee and as WO
'po4oe, en _ SCIEETTa• 11.800betpre, •
• , •• 11 91S Sala SboomaratPit. anidebung, renual
trIT JARS, of the latest ratent-(
FNi Test Pateertj rewired od ref wde low
1011111 a NORRPIR
From the i 201st Regiment'.
CAS NEAR. GAINBVILLY, VA., I
Vtrddnesday; .OeL 13, 1864.
TLdttor Te/egraph :—.-Since I wrote. to you
yesterday, ',have been informed from relia
ble sources, that company A, voted at Mat:uus-
Sas Janction, ou,Taiw,day last, with the fol
lowing result: All !republicans, with the ex
ception of six votes (the highest number poll
ed) and four . votes - (the loWegi--Idui.enongh in
all conscience!) for the opposition pinty! f So
Mr. Pow; a member' of '.coMptirtY infOrMs
me. He is a reliable Man, 'and a Chiistian
besides, and voted Ittitt have
Eiomething bettei--to tell you. 'Sfirgeon %on
gener, a gentleman of veracity and higliineral
character, informed meethat an officer attach
-ed to the Sixth artillery _regiment, -stationed
near Mantissas Junctieti,' communicated to
hiin the gratifying news kat out of the regi
ment to which said officer, was attached (num-,
boring over 1,400 men,) nine hundred j and' ft
"teen voted the Republican-ticket on Tuesday
last. One company,. howeyor, gave a hank
some majority for the oPposition. as you will
perceive by the following note, handed to me
for insertion , in; TEL.EGB.4H:.
Sixth Artillery,Company E, 78 votes lie-
Sixth. Artillery, Company E, 4 votes Oppo-
How are you; "Yduhg Napoleon," and,
where will you be. when the Ides of NoVember .
bring around the election day, once , more?
Company d l . owing to the requisition Made'
for men. ICY immediate guard day on the
mOrning tif -, eledtion only polled , forty-seven
vdtes here; at: Gainesville. Some Voted -at
Manassas jOhetion, antlii•of course; h'eltied
to swell tip the vote thole. - Out of the &it'' ,
seven -votes • polled here, however, ive claini
thirty-three,—keventeen being' 'the highest
number for Dauphin coutk—seven for Frank- ,
lin, and from one to: two-and three votes-for
outside districts—allkepubliiiiin. The oppo
sition polled, by •"hard'leintehing"— . eleven
votes in Dauphin countytheir entire
strength, I may: safelyassert, corapany,
and three•votes , outside oft'ithe district. One
"eop"? from Franklin =«punty
vote on ftge',•tind , cattle foiiifaid for that pnr
-pose). but otierof the clerks. of Ow election
board, (Mr. Wolf) who • bY-the-by, was one of
the 'enrolling 'officers of said county—said to
him—" S—, how is it that your father in,
formed me you Were not twenty years °Cage;
when I took down your 'name •setticidy a 'year
ago?" Cop "didn't know,," •btit, concluded
not to swear 'to his age,: and well it was
that he didn't, forthere*ere 'idlest° than three
section , thirty-sevenof the Electiori - litiivs rel
ative to soldiers voting!
Oa Awl's headquarters are now at Gaines
ville. The entire command moved down from
•• I took a trip down to headqua#lfra yester
day ;--stopped into the hospital (an old log
building) , and: shdok hands 'with my 'friends
Drs. Wagonseller and Hendersbn, and had
some convbisatiOn with the sick—numbering,
from eight to ten altOgether. Out of company
I there art) three or four. Twines Campbell,
of Harrisburg, foot injused—will be ont in a
John Schwenk, of 'WicattiScb township,
Dauphin county, pain in'tlie breast,—conva
lescent—will be fit for duty: in adew, days.
John Bonigardner, of East Hanover town
ship, chills and fever, imploving—will be out
m a very sheit..time. - ; ' • •
Elias Trostle, Fn4l . in county, sore throat,
and general debility—seriously indisposed.
The remaining few cases are all under the
skillful, treatment ofour humane Surgeon and
hill attentive. assistants. •
Taa,akinnishabotitfa-init6 down the road .
_throughliammoi Yeaterday,Vthe cap;
tured two - prisbnersrcitizensi Who Were caught
in the act of learbig up the track,. immediately
'preceding the: approach of the train bringing
'up to Gainesville from•ManasSaS, theliemain
der of our regiment. On&of these men pro
' leased to be very friendly4torus, requesting us
tb trade whatever articles :we had to spare,
for butter; ibliateo, &c. The old scamp !
Why, he looked decent, and respectable and
fatherly enough to ,be. engaged in a better
cause! Caught at bat, villian—though
soma - of our "ltnciwhig" boys , would have it,.
you were an " old Republican cuss!" "How
WEirrY like a whale?' eh, ,Handet ! In haste,
, More anon. . A. H. H..
.1), B.'--If our letters are directed as fol
lowa, they will come to hared immediately:
6 4aiiiesville, Va., tc3 be. kryiLitpled from Wash
ingte4, D. C."
The Canadian Convention.
Qtriuszo, , ,Oet. 15
Nothing authentic has been learned con
cerning the action 'of 'the convention yester
day to form a union ixt the British Provinces.
The Executive Council entertained the dele
gate with a splendid ball and dinner last night,
and to-rdglit' the board' of trade will 'give a
dinner to the' delegates. Prominent' English
newspapers represent that much interest is
'felt in' England in the progress of the nego
, • .. WesanroToN, Oct 15
Secreiary..Fessenden to-day awarded the
new loan accepting all bids of .and above
thirty one-hundredths preminm and so much
of lthe thirtyrkundredths premium, or about
sixty per cent. of the amount bid at that fig
ure as will make, the forty millions asked for
Burning of . a doitton Mill.
.Priovroi,Noz, Oot: 15.
A cotton mill in Olityville, owned 'by M. C;
Mathews, and inn. by .Landry Jordan, was
dburned last night. It .:irtts irtsare in this city
New York Diarkiets.
Flour Eidvatotia.3oo4ll6; ; sales of B,ooolrbls.
State $8 25(i).915: Ohio 101111 . 50. South
ern $lO 15(414 00. MONO - 5o higher; .ealee
uninipOrtant. Corn :Brit.; eates 'mall Beef
dulL Pork firm; awl. of /COO bbls at
$ 43 lOWA 00., Lard flrstiat 20®82e. Whisky
Aria, holders deminidll -75, knit buyers offer'
only $1 73.; -
Nzw Toax, Oet. 15.
%turn closed tine evaping et the Stook Zx
ehipage at 2171; •'•
Escape of Capt. Cox, silh Pennsylvania Regi
men', :From Charleston.
,Ypilow ~Fever Raging In
,I•Taw, Oct. 10.
The stsaiaship . Fulton from Port Royal, S.
C. arrived last night. "
Capt. Coi of the 55th-Penna. Ina escaped'
frOm Oharleihm prison, and says tiutt twentit
deaths from yellow fever are daily , occurring
in!Clierleaten. The Union prisoners have all
beert tient out of the city, 'ltnd about 4,000
rebel 'troops are in and about Charleston. •
Gen. Foster has recently made a tour of in
spection of our fertifications in Florida.
cot Noble latery captured a camp of militia
at Enterprise, Florida, and it is reported that
a rebel battalion under Major-01mA were
made prisoners at Tallahassee.
A. large size wheel blockade runner was
Suiik by our, fleetp.and another. steamer was
driven back while endeavoring to run out..
Terrible Railroad Accident.
4: Hospital Train Off the Track.
A railroad accident,, with tearful results,
occurred on the Shore Line railroad about 11
o'elock this morning.
The train oninsst etl of six passenger cars,:
containing 275 sick .1001 wounded soldiers,-
who were being transferred from the :United
States. Knight 'hospital, in. this city, to Sea&
ville;Alass. 1 ,
The train,. whiqh was an extra one, left this
city at 8 o!cleick, Whenabout fon? miles of the ,
COnnecticut river; and while passing through
a deep roek.cut, .known as. Hooky Ledge,.a •
biokeri rail threw the entire train from the
track and•dashed the cars into the solid rock
ledge, on either' side
One car in the middle of the train , was
up and, across the track, forming a
completaarph, some 20 feat high.
The balance of the train was 'piled in all
ections and three of the ears' were smashed
sw Oisaxidafre , - , at timar tat
was in the train except by counting the wheels.
Nine of the unfortunate soldiers were taken
from the ruins dead. It is impossible at this
hour to learn their. names. Two of the
brakesmen; named 101240 Bebts, and Edgar
, were instantly. ' and another
named 'Samnel E Ohittenden was. it, badly
injured fhat he can hardly recofer., --•
Ton or twelve soldiers were seriously, and
some twenty more slightly injured. The deed
acid wounded were conveyed back to New
Haven, and returned to the Government hos
pital The more fortunate Were . forwarded to
their destination. One of the killed was found
jammed between a car'and the rock, in such
a manner that it was night before the body
could be extracted.
The train being a perfect wreck,.the super
intendent has ordered the broken oars to be
burned, and the road Will he doubtless be
clear by to-morrow. =The disaster is thought
was caused by a broken rail, and one which
no human foresight could have prevented:
From New- Orleans.
Success of General DanO, s : Expedition
The steamera Yazoo and Creole have arrived
from bleW OileMm,, the lattet bringing advices
'of the 9th Met» • The repoit of Gen Asboth's
expedition to Marianna,' Florida, are con
firmed. Oar loss in killed and'wounded was
thirty-two, including Capt. M. M. Young, 7th
Xeimont and Lt. Edward!-lA•Yre, 2d Maine
cavalry killed, and Gen. isboth left cheek
bone broken, and left _ arm, fractured in two
places. • • • •
An expedition sent 'by- Gen. Dana from
constetiing of colored cav
alry and infantry, reachecUgyette on the 2d
inst., capturing six hmidred head of cattle, a
large number of .horses, tinkinnles ,and
era prisoners. -r I>:a_ C •
Another expedition sent by •.-Genefel' bana
attacked the rebels at WOOdville - „,iiit the 6th
inst., capturing 3 guns, 2 car t ers, and . s4 Men,
and killing 40 others:
Our loss was none.. • .
A cavalry expedition under General ,Lee
captured Clinton, La., on the 6th inst., with
30 prisoners, including Lieutenant Colonel
Pinckuey, the. Rebel Provostrldarshal General
of the district, and considemble,ateres. and
ammunition. At the last account:Lee was 10
miles east. of Clinton.
< A reconnoissance sent out from Margansia,
under Zol. Guppy of the 2d Wisemmin• with
thiee regiments of infantry and one of coy=
aliy, returned previous to. the 6th, after a
severe skirmish with 1,000 rebel cavalry.—
Our loss was 2 killed and 3 or 4 wounded.
r,flie_enemrs loss is supposed to be consider
able. Tluitien prisOners were taken. ,
Alone; under Dyey, of the 20th :low a,
openPled Simonspool and Morgans ferry, on
04 Atchafalaya. The rebels havobeen down
beyond Yellow Bayou. ••, _ • .
The steamer ,Emily ]E}.., gender, .from ..New .
York, had arrived at New . , Qrleans.
Advises from Matamomkgive a rumor of the
capture a.thestegiriie • Iliet<PaTig& bound from
,Bagdad. to New Orleans, rby•Apokty< who had
taken paesage in her and who.. ran her into
Ni.* 'irons. Oct. 15
PRICE THRE,g CENTS.
NEW HAvEN, Cows., Oct. 15
Ti YORK, Oct. 16
A gentleman who lef t Bagdad on the 21st_
.arrived at New Orleans, and, reports the
No French medusa yet there and int r enobid,
Six ships of war lay off the kar. An exi:lodi
tion sent up. the. river _went, within, twenty
miles of Matamoros, %orkt returned on,sopount
of 'the knit:less of the "Water, and *is _sot
driven back by Cortina. The boats 14, s tis ly
ing too low to command the bankd of the
Cbatincted rains bad psevanted the Fiettob.
STIAI rliirrisfi OFTICE. ,
_Ai„,,,...opz:Tir M R Gi, A pi.,
a 1! . ,.-
Sinaloa fOr reno 4,
rTo Unee or_Mae 0011Stitate one-half Kure .
tailiiii, Ot-WotkiZila -B V ULI V . -
iron • ir•Le SQUARE. - : - 1 10 , l, cleT ai lF 26 li
'One day $ ' 30 Oho day GO
Two days .. 50 Two days.... 100
Three days .25 Tined dam ..,
One week .... ..... 1 25 4563 week 2 :25
One month 340 One month - 6 00
Two months..., 4 - :50 - months .:...:..
..Two .9 06
Three months - 550 Thee months . n OO
Six months .._8 00 I Six months 15 00
One year....... ..... 15 09
Auditor's Notices =
~Tanaral Notices, each inse.
war Business notices lime
tionore Marriages and Des
troops from moving down from Monterey,
though it was reported that the cavalry were
within two days march of MatamoreS waiting
.foi the infantry to come np. It was reported
ttaeortinas had hitignns bearing on Browns
ville and threatened to bombard that place if
the Texans molested them.
Later. From Europe.
Henw., Oe: 1E
The steamer Heels, from. Liveipool on the
4th inst., via Queenstown on thatth
arrived here yesterday morning. Her com
mercial news is anticipated by the advices Per. •
.the Calidonia at Gape Race.
-It is stated that the France -,Italian. treaty
will not be ratified until the capital of Italy
is removed to Florence.
The betrothal of the Crown Prince of ,P,..c
-siaAnd the Jagmar, of Denmark, is _
The U. S. frigate Ticonderoga had been
*Whore near illuanpam, bat received no dam
The London 2 /Tires says the capture of'At-
lanta by Sherman; and the subsequent Nieto- •
ries of Sheridan, renders the re-election of
Lincoln to the residency almost certain, : •
Ten persons were killed, Mid as. many
wounded, by the explosion of the powder
mills near Edith. • 7 '
The financial pressure is now believed to be
over. Gold continues to flow with the Bank.
of England, and the demand for discount is
about the usual average. Consuls 88t:W8:4
The New Constitution of Mary
BALTMODF..; Oct. 15.
The latest footing up of the Conetitutiorial
vote, is as follows: Against the new consti
tution, 12,289; for the new, constitation, -
917. The negative vote includes many esti
mated majorities which may be reduced. 'The
affirmative includes 671, soldiers - vote in
Ida , ryland. NQ report irofn those with the
army of the Potomac have been received, and
thd result is therefoie still doubtful.
tireitt Attraction !
NO. 13 AHEAD't
MRB. AL MAYER,
NO. 13 MARKET SWUM,
Has just opened her new FALL STOCK of
BONNETS, LADIES' AND
PRATTLERS AND FLOWERS.
THE. LAfE ST ST Y
.CLOAKS• AND CIRVOT4.,A:U:4!
And a Bne assortment
WOOLEN Irpops, NIT 148,,,(6e.i•
' ALL rtyina
Constantly on hand, besides everything usually foutia. ;
the largest fun/inking establishments bathe country: ,
sep2o . . .
NEW OPV.riti - .I[PIDIGr
FOR , .
Fall and Winter Tra.de!
BALMORALS AND 1414'31
IF TJ rip - 13
The Largest and best selected stank In this city
New Cloak • store,
IN D. W. GROSS , NEW RLOOt,
LOOK HERE! nLOOK,IIIEME.
CAMPAIGN BADGES, of all styles, for sale_
wholesale and retail at Schaffer's BoAstore,
Country dealers ararespectfully Invited to call and et
amine prices and styles. oar
VERY PANE, INDEED!
MO our fine and extensive stock of Photo
.ll_ graph Albums and Photograph Card Pictures, we
have added a BEAUTIFUL ENVELOPE for the receptktn
of car d
. pictnrea. They mast be seen and will he admired
iirPhotographers suppled at the Very lowekt while
sale price, and their card printed upon thamfor.ll : .
thoneand, wholesale and retail. at
may% SCHEFFER'S BOOK. TUBA
PIIBLIC NOTICE is hereby given,' that iu
pursaance of the act of Accarabtr of. Pettamtvaaut,
'passed the first day of June, 1839,, thestookholders of the
Franklin Bank, of Washington, Peilluk; wiliapply to the
next session of the Legislature for a renewal of its char
ter, with au increase of its call= Prole $lBO,OOO U.
$200,000. RFSD, President
WARR:wawa, Pa, June 24, 1864.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
ONTION IN Taxan gums; Fyn t an ker. ..
Sir Bounties, Penidons and Bank Pay con lected at.Jega
.I\TO. 1 and 2 Mackerel, in kitts, juste
.1.11 cehred this morning, and for sale low at
EiHISLER & FRAZER'S,
successors MW. Dock, Jr. , & Co
SMOKED SALMON.-- 1' SWITZED
sALmeN, pet received at
(Bob illotseli4kiLitiWra. Dock, tr„ & t a)
giXTRA V./ 11 "..f.4 , WitEAT. Flit) illt r-Elfri
bxted Wheat, Irautily riztp. inaLtiVektP
fat ialle • SHISIadt t <
EISH_ lIITRARFAST Mr.;
coed., a naleheat et Inglish.Breakfast Tea, at
- - 13EttaLRIV ar F F..
403 "g1 egge K 4443 ilcter-4
MUSIC= BASKETS; in zla t, varlet a''-
AP_ sas $
.rted hi the Local Column, or
Offr Cit:rro Li for
A ? N'D mouniii<G_