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5Y GEORGE BERGrNER.
OFFICE THIRD Er., NEAR W.ADNOT.
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When will Wonders Cease 1
THE GREAT REMEDY OF THE WORLD!
MoBRIDE'S KING OF PAIN
WILL cure any ache or pain in from one
to sixty minutes I
It acts like magic upon the absorbant and glandular
systems, reducing swellings and regulating the secretions
net excretions. It is of a diffusive, penetrating nature,
exerts Its influence from the periphery to the centre of
the nervous organism, thence by reflex action its power
„felt throughout the emire system, restoring the circu
lating fluids and checking disease with invincible strength.
THE KING OF PAIN IS INFALLTBLE!
Isto matter what the pain, apply the medicine and you
will find instant relief. It is an internal and external
THE KING OF PAIN
Cures almost instantaneously, Headache, Earache, Neu
ralgia, Deafness, Sore Throat, Colds, Bronchial Affections,
Asthma, Dyspesia, Ellarrhina, Dysentery or Bloody Flu;
Liver Complaint, Kidney Disease, Disoases of the Bladder
&ad Genital Organs, Cramp, Cholic and all spasmodic
pains, Fever and Ague, BUTIL9, Bruises, Cuts, Sprains and
wounds of every description. It proves itself the mastery,
as th tem inminy of thousands prove its meritorious worth.
Sold, wholesale and retail, by
S. A. KUNKEL, druggists, Solo Agents,
118 Market street, Harrisburg.
The following letter from a soldier, in referenca to the
efficacy and powerful restorative qualiiities of DR. Mo.
BRIDE'S KING OF PAIN, speaks for itself :
NEWVILLN, CUMBERLAND COUNTY,
Sept. 14, 1864.
Messrs. S. A. Kunkel rk Bro., druggists, Harrisburg, Pa.:
GENTS :—I would inform you that I received the bottles
of Mcßride's Great Pain Hiller, and enclosed please find
five dollars more, for which send me five bottles addition
al to-morrow. I leave for camp to-morrow. Let me
know whether you can supply me with it in the army. I
am in Company H, 202 d uegiment P. V. I have been in
very bad beafin for upwards of four years, and two of the
one-dollar bottles have cured me completely, and have
made me feel like a man. Besides, I have cured a num
ber of my comrades of various diseases incident to camp
life, and cm recommend it to be the best medicine the
Soldier can pro , . ide for himself. •
Yours respectfully, JOS. E. WHITE.
or All orders from a distance promptly attended to by
S. A. KUNKEL & BRO.
A HOME CERTIFICATE.
The following oercifloate is from a well-known citizon of
Thkurusursa, Aug. 30, 1804.
To vex PUBLIC: :—lt gives me groat pleasure to recom
mend to the public the medicine prepared by D/1. J.
)loBRIDE, which ho calls the " KING OF PAIN." I was
induced to use it as an external remedy for upraise, which
it relieved immediately, tied subsequently mired entirely.
Its success induced me to use it internally for Diarrbrea,
with which I was afflicted in a chronic form for nearly
eighteen months, and to such an extent that my kidneys
were seriously deranged. Tho medicine has cured me,
and certainly that is saying a great deal in its favor, when I
reflect how many other remedies I tried without experi
encing anything but temporary relief. For my part, I
shall always keep a supply of it in my house, believing as
I do that it is a moot invaluable family meeicine.
The unexampled ado of this medicine proves it to be
the most wonderful discovery of the age in Llie medical
The undersigned are the sole agents for the State, and
will supply it wholesale and retail.
S. A.•KUNKEL & BRO., Druggists,
119 Market street, Harrisburg.
PEIRHER'S DAILY LINTE
Lock limn, Jersey Shore, Williamsport, Run
cy, Uniontown, Watsontown,
Lewisburg, Northumberland, Sun
bury, Treverton, Georgetown,
The Philadelphia Depot being centrally located, the
drayage will be at the lowest rates. 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 E. BURK, 812 Market street,
Philadelphia, by 5 o'clock e. K, will be delivered in Has
eisburg the next morning.
!Pedant. Always as Low as by Any . Othow
JOS. MONTGOMERY & CO.,
Philadelphia and Reading Depot,
Foot of Market street, Harrisburg.
NEW 'LIQUOR STORE
IMPORTANT TO LANDLORDS AND
OTHERS.—The undersigned offers at wholesale, to
the trade, a choice lot of the bed liquors ever brought to
Harrisburg, viz: French Brandies, Bollar4 Gins, Scotch,
Irish, Bourbon, Wheat and Old Rye Whisky; Forie9n
and Domestic Wines, such as Champagne, Claret Catawba,
de Ali liquors warranted, as represented. Landlords
and others will find it to their advantage to call and ex
amine the assortment at the store, on South - Second
street, two doors below Chestnut.
my27-d6in GEORGE WINTERS
CANNED FRUITS OF EVERY DESORIP.
TION. SAUCES of all lbeeelebratedmanufacturera
Also, BROWN STOW, FINE 'PEAS, COFFEE, SUGAR
and SYRUP of all grades and prices, and the beet selected
stock outside of Philadelphia. 4
All goods guaranteed as represented.
Particular attention paid to all orders from a distance.
Goods carefully packed and delivered to all parts of the
city free of charge. SHISLER & FRAZER,
my 6 successors to W. Dock, Jr., & Co.
LIME .1401HANO ,SHERRY, imported
1848. Warranted the Finest Sherry Wine in this
eounuy for ulna, at SHISLER & FRAZER,
sin N,m 1 1 ,-wk 4 - -lc rn I
ANICHENER'S excelsior hams, of this sea•
J.VJL eon's curing. Jun received and for sale by
BRISLER & FRAZER,
ikurcosoore to Wm. Pock, ir., k Co
Idszufactured and for sale by
J. HALL VORRMAN,
606 Cherry street, Philadelpbla.
MESS SHAD and FINE NEW MACK•
Eati s just received, at
NE"' FISH.—Now No. 1 and 2 Mackere
In barrels, half barrels and kitts, and by the pound
at rang6l SITISLER At FRAZER.
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR and CO: N
MEAL always on hand, of tho best quality ' at
BOYER & HOERPER..
cIALMON.—Fine salt Salmon, at
1.7 nisei FIRISLER & FRAZER.
HIIOKSTERS' BASKETS.—ShisIer &
ser successors te W. Dock, & Co., have on hand
85 (tom hickory baskets. Trice $6 50 per dozen. jet)
Just received, a very fine lot or Cranberries, at
oct3 SHISLER & FRAZER.
190 ASSORTED BEREA GRIND
STONES for sale. A. K. FAIINESTOCK.
WINDOW SASH FOR SALE. -168 lights
Orl4, well tenoned. Inquire of
G. :a. BENRER,
et 'nor s!nrq, trttet st.
A . 1 154 V SUPPLY of FRESH
plat received thiszefto: l2 •
1017 gammon to W;..Dock; 0 •
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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
A Care 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.
Gth. Pain in all parts of the System.
7th. Consumptive Symptoms and Palpita
tion of the Heart.
Bth. Cotigh, 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.
12th. Headache and Staggering in walking,
with great weakness.
Out of the thousands of cases of DyspQpsia
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.
I, ELIZABETH BRANSON, of Brandywine,
Del., formerly of Old Chester, Del., do certify
that, for one year and a half I'suffered every
thing but death frcim that:awful disease called
Dyspepsia. My whole system was peostrated
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
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 was my whole nervous system 'de
stroyed, and also my mind from that awful
complaint, Dyspepsia, that my friends thought
best to have me placed in Dr. RirkbrideN
hospital, West Philadelphia; I remained
there nine weeks, and thought I was a little
better, but in a few days my dreadful com
plaint was raging as bad as ever. Hearing of
the wonderful cures performed by Dr. Wis
hart's Great American Dyspepsia Pills and
his treatment for Dyspepsia, pay husband
called on Dr. Wishart and stated my case to
him. He said he had no doubt he could cure
me. So in three dayi 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 fora suffering . hu
manity. ELIZABETH BRANSON, •
Brandywine, Del., formerly of Old Chester,
.Delaware county, Pa.
Dn. WISHART'S Office, it. 10 North Second
Ds WM:HART—I have been . a constant sufferer with
Dyspepsia for the list 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 unfit for business of any kind; my mind
was continually filled with gloomy thoughts and fore
bodings, and if I 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 braiir,
also, a feeling of sickness would occur at the stomach, and
' great pain to my eyes, accompanied with which was the
continual fear of losing my reason. I also experienoed
great-lassitude, debility and nervousness, which 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 schools, finally came to theeconoldslen that, for
this disease at my present age-(45 years) there wean° cure
in. existence. But, through the 'interference of Divine
Providence, to whom I devoutly offer mfthinki, I at last
found a sovereign remedy in your Dyspepsia Pills and
Tar Cordial, which seem to have effectually removed al
most the last.trace of
. my long list of ailments and bad
feelings, and in their place health, pleasure and' content
ment are my everyday companions.
JAMES If. SAUNDERS;
No. 453 North Second street, Philadelphia,
Formerly of Woodbury, N. J.
Dr Wisiaart's Office No. 10 North Second street; Phila
A POSITIVE CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA.
DE. WISHART—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
grieviously afflicted for the last twenty-eight years, and
for ten years of that time .have not been free from its
path one week at a time. 'I have had it inks worst form
and have dragged on a mostmiserable 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
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 Wand
myself getting better before I had taken one-fourth of a
box, and after taking halt a box, I ant 0 well man, and
con "eat anything I wish, and enjoy st hearty meal three
times a day, without inconvenience from anything I eat
or drink. If you think proper, you are at liberty to make
this publics and refer to me. I will cheerfully give all de
sirable information to airy one who may call on me
Y 01312, respectfully, JOHN H. BABCOCK.
For sale at Dr. Wishart . s Medical Depot, No. 10 North
'Second street, Philadelphia, Pa. Price One Dollai per
bee. Sent by mail, free of charge, on receipt of price.
BOYKR & KOKRPER
I, Samuel D. Haven, have ' ' been . a great sufferer with
Chronic Dyspepsia and Intlemesatioh of the Kidneys for
three yearn I employed three (eking of the moat am!
Rent physicians ot Philadelphia, aloof Burlington county
N. J. They did all for me theyooald, but all to no pur
pose. I was constantly Oiled with awful paha, and, die ,
tree; and with:eon:teat belehintot wind and tery
My tongue was revered with *hike Lcolithsref ,maces
' t n i tiLit cracked , lir large 'fame* and maw dieedhilly
semi Ohl I ONIONS 'staked fMcdeatit to..rellePe7 me Of
my fralleringalerthad -loot eillepti of -ever bits
again. I algae it a :subject , of pram' AO -. God
Would olreot 'I2IP te PhYlkaFk or - / 110( 4 11 i 4. that
would IMMI'IMS. to mei as sdostimmiset of
DYSPEPSIA ! DYSPEPSIA!
HEAP. WHAT KR. JOILY B. BABCOCK EATS.
No. 1028 OLITESTREET,
Philadelphia, Jawaary 22d, 1.881
"THE UNION-NOW AND FOREVER."
HARRISBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 19, 1854
Dr. Whaler's In the Philadelphia Ledger, of it great clue
made upon Mr. John Babcock, of 1028 Olive street, Phila
delphia, by the great American Dyspepsia Pills. I went
to the Doctor's Office, and planed myself under b treat
ment, and told him if he failed to cure me, It Would be the
last effort I weutd make. It has been six weeks since I
commenced the use of his medicine, and I ant 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. Wishart, 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 Venango and Lambert streets near Richmond
street, formerly from Wrlghtstown, Burlington county,
The above are a few among the thounands which this
great remedy has saved from an untimely grave.
We have thousands of letters from physicians and drug
gists who have prescribed and sold the Tar Cordial, saying
that they have never used or sold a medical which gave
such universal satisfaction.
Prepared only by the proprietor,
'DR. L. Q,
No. 10 North Second street, Philadelphia, Pa.
Sold by Druggists eVerywhera
NO. 13 AHEAD!)
.?vrs. M. PIAYER,_
NO. 13 IUItIEET MMMT,
Elas just ipened her new FALL STOCK of
BONNETS, LADIES' i AND
FEATHERS AND FLOWERS.
T E LAT-EST STYLES
CLOAKS AND OIROULARS!
And a fine assortment of
WOOLEN HOODS, NUBIAN, dc.
•LT. ElplD9 OP
T R.I INGS
- Cons'antly on hand, beiges everything usually fouud in
the is sliest furnishing establishments in the country.
Fall and Winter Trade
SH AWLS I
BALMORALS AND SCARFS'.
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The Lai igest and best selected stock in this city
.14 - 45 - wv Cloak store,
TN D. W.' GROSS' NEW BLOCS,
ULI S R OSENDA ILE ,
Practical and Scientific
No. 29 NORTH SECOND STREET, NEAR. WALNUT
Par tionlar attention is coiled to the . celebrated concave-
CORM' Cryktal Spectacle; which are warranted to
strengthen and preserve the eyea of the wearer, and to
last from 10 to 12 years without change.
List of prices sent free to ivy direction.
Concave and convex lenses, set in steel frames, $2.
Conctive.aitd convex crystal lenses, set in beat steel
Concave and convex Crystal lenses, set in sliver frames,
CO nave and convex crystal lemses,set in platina frame's,
Concave and convex crystal lenses, set , in gold frames,
$l5 to $25.
In ordering spectacles state howlong Asses are used.
any pair of glaruses purchased, either here or sent to or
der, can be exchanged if not suited lathe eye.
Altraysve. hand a' large essortintett of Aeromatic Mi
cros° opes, Telescopes, Opera and Field Glasses, Thermom
eters, Barometers, Compasses, Drawing Instruments, and
Steil °scopes, with the latest views .
r Eand stamp for a catalogue containing prices, Sm.,
SOLE AGENCY FOR THIS CITY
Ihappy to offer to the public a large
and splendid assortment of
SUPERIOR GOLD PENS,
T,VII()Y W. FAIRCHILD.
These Pens are well finished, elastic, and will give en
PLEASE TRY THEM
SCHREITHR'S 8008 STORE,
Second street., opposite Preibiterbin Church, Harrisburg
LO A. XE.: S T O Et ,
IN 11. W. GROW Nzwitwor,
Market . Street, Harrisburg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES
LOLA'S AND 'OIROULARS
FINE SPRING SHAWLS
Will open on the 13t. of. April
H. C. ORTH.,
leacher of the Piino, Melodeon, Violin and
N 0.15, Tx= Mum, Barr luataFe.
QAPI, Eftiit Dairn P.lllO AP*, Nut
LI nog apd New ark Statik a rt=gd
lays 'irtlCialloll telt' • Noki, 00 .
ALL lands of hauling with wagons or oasts
will hi promptly lb= br won
01 sown orikamiii drat tad Wei" lase.
HEADQUARTERS, ALLEISIAN . . FENCIBLES,
FORT SEDGEWICE, IN FRONT OF PETERSBURG,
VIRGThiIA, Oct. 15. JJii
Editor Telegraph:—ln f'rmer squib I in
formed you that as soon as circumstances
would admit I would write to you again.
Every thing being quiet-in Fort at this time,
I will therefore fulfil my promise.
After receiving our arms and accoutrements
at Camp Cadwalader, Philadelphia, we were
ordered to Baltimore, where we arrived safely.
The boys predicted a pleasant time in the
Monumental city; but in this they were dir
appointed; orders came that we were to em
bark aboard the steamer Thomas Colyer for
City Point, where we arrived on Sunday morn
ing after sun rise, and for the first time some
of us tread the sacred soil of the Old Do
City Point is a pleasantly located village in
the forks of the James and Appomattox
rivers. A heavy OoVernment business is
done here. We met quite a number of ac
quaintances, among them dapt. Whitman of
Halifax, and James Jeffries of Harrisburg,.
who have a nice thing of it in Uncle Samuel's
Quartermaster's department. Well, we even
there felt pretty well reconciled to matters,
but, horror of hoironi ! -judge of our surprise
and dissatisfaction when we were ordered to
the front. Like geed patriots we shouldered
our traps, took the cars, and long before we
landed at Hancock Station we heard the
booming'of cannon, and the sharp crack from
the rifle. of the sharpshooter. Of course
there were visible some long faces. We con
cluded a fierce battle' was raging, but such
was not the case. Only a trial of skill in
'artillery duel and sharpshooting practice—
using human beings as targets. After moving
cautiously and keeping ourselves well under
cover of the entrenchments, WEI arrivedsately
in quarters, and immediately set to work in
erecting bomb=proof domicils for our better
From the Alleman Pencibles.
Shelling and sharp-shooting,are practiced
pretty extensively day and night, so that drill
ing, with us, is almost out of the ,question,
unless. we march a considerable distance to
get beyond the range of shells and bullets.
Yesterday we were out on-drill, and the man
ner in which Captain Detweiler puttis through
the Flaring elicited the highest praise from
the militia": characterirpresent, who expressed
great surprise that Governor Curtin had not
commissioned hiia dolmal or a regiment. I
understand the present is the third eapttin's
commission Captain Detweiler has received.
He was commissioned in 1861, and after serv
ing. twenty-three months was compelled to
resign through ill health, which he finally re-.
covered, when he was again appointed Cap
tairtin the U. S. Army, and sent south, doing
duty in Mississippi, until again his health
failed, and he became disabled. Finding
southern Climate would prove fatal; he ten
dered his resignation, which was accepted, '
and now, as Captain of the AllemanFencibles,'
has won high opinions from his fellow-officers
in the fort, as well as those in adjacent camps,
and should a Colonel's vacancy occur, I can
not see why he should not be promoted.
Change of diet and bad water has sickened
some of our men, several of whom are in hos
pital. But hopes are entertained that in a
few days they will be able to do duty. We
understand that efforts are being made at
home to have us taken from the front and
attached to. some. regiment. As yet we aro
unattached. We hope that such may be the
case. Although , we are all willing, in.the glo
rious cause of our country, to do or die, yet
we believe we have not been fairly dealt with
in rushing us front green as we are, whilst
older commands have been lying idle for a
?Amber, of months at other posts. All we ask
of tie War Department is a chance and fair
ness, and you can rely upon hearing a good
report from the Alleman Fencibles.
The following have been appointed corpo
ra* for the company: John A. Burgner,
George T. Trail, Joseph M. Brubaker,
Zimmerman, Thos. W. Jones, Levi Frank,
John A. ,Proiles and Charles W. Spire.
PRESERVATION dr TEE TEETIL —Horace Wal
pole says oLetters," vol. iii, p. 2760 "Use
a little bit of alum twice or thrice in a week,
no bigger than half your till it has all
dissolved in your; mouth, and then spit it out
This has fortified my teeth, that they are as
strong as the pen of Junius. I learned it of
Mrs. Gronehor, who had not a speck in her
teeth till her death." Do not let your brushes
be too hard, as they are likely to irritate the
gums and injure the enamel. Avoid too fre
quent use of tooth powder, and be very cau
tious what kind you buy, as many are pre
pared with destructive acids. Those who
brush their teeth carefully and thoroughly
with tepid water and a soft brush (cold water
should never be used, for it chills and injures
the nerves) have no occasion 'to use powder.
Should any little'incrustation (tartar) appear
on the sides or at the back of the teeth, which
illness and very often the constant eating of
sweetmeats, fruit, and made dishes contain
ing acid's will cause, put a little magnesia
on your brush, and after two or three appli
cations it will remove it. While treating on
the care of teeth, which is a subject of the
highest importance to those who have young
families, and in fact every one who wishes to
preserve them, I beg to remind my readers
that as the period generally occupied by sleep
is calculated to be about (at least) six hours
out of the twenty-four, it would greatly pro
mote the healthful maintenance of the price
less pearls whose loss or decay so greatly in
fluences our appearance and our comfort, if we
were V.l establish a habit of cleaning them
with a soft brush before going to bed. The
small particles of food clogging the gums im
pede circulation, generate tartar and carries,
and affect the breath. Think of an amalga
mation of cheese, flesh, sweetmeats, fruit,
to., in a state 'of decomposition, remaining
wedged between our teeth for six or seven
hours; yet how few ever take the trouble to
attend to this most certain cause of toothache,
discoloration, and decay, entailing the mise
ries of sealing, plugging, extraction, and the
crowning herror--false teeth!
Sta . Ronicar Prar,,,* . laking of Lord El.4ll,
said that even his failings leaned to virtues
side, on which a gentleman in company ob
seivedithat they *list have been like the lean
ing tower of 'Which in spite of its
nation iiad never yet gone over.
PRICE THREE . ' CENTS.
REBEL STOCK DECLINING
OW SHERMAN'S SUCCESS • OPERATES
THE` SLAVE QUESTION IPI
The Late Prize Fight.
The steamer Scotia has arrived, with Liver
pool advices to the 9th inst. The steamer
Standrow arrived out ony the Bth and the
Arabia on the 9th.
There was continued uneasiness in the 'fi
nancial and commercial circles in England.
The unfavorable , hankriapts; showing a heavy
fall in the reserve of notes, dispelled ; all. hope
of a reducticin in, discount, and led to appre
hension'of' a possible further rise.
The funds are heavy and drooping, and
the demand ie. money active. The Bank of
Berlin has advanced its sale of incomes from
6 to 7,' and the Barik of Holland from 6 to 64-.
The failures of John Gladstone and Co, mer
chants of Liverpool; John Catto, paper dealer,
of London; Patrick Thompson, .ship baker,
of London, and others are announced.
The continued successes of Sheridan give
great satisfaction to the friends of the north,
and much discourageinent to secessionists.
The rebel loan fell to 56, but rallied to 58.
The Army and Navy Gazette says it is plain
to all that these are dark days for the south,
but it thinks there is still a good deal of fight
in the Confederacy:
At the recent meeting of the ; International
Association for the advancement of social
science at Amsterdam, 160 members signed
an address to President Lincoln, applauding
his perseverance against Al,ave-holders, and
encouraging him to perseVere in the . holy
cause of liberty, which they feel sure must
Belts Life says that neither Mace nor Co
burn can claim the stakes, and all bets are off.
It recenunends Coburn to accept Mace's chal
lenge to fight, in England, and proposes that
they either toss for a referee, or that four
gentlemen of the press select one for them. It
says it was clearly Coburn's fault for not ob
serving secrecy. Archbishop Cullen had is
sued a letter to the Irish clergy denouncing
Mr. Mercier, the French minister at Wash
ington, has been transferred to Madrid, and
Mr. Chatear Renard, appointed to Washing
ton. The London Times,. in an editorial on
Sheridan's second defeat, of Early, says it will
incalculably strengthen Lincoln's political
The weekly returns of the bank of Franco
show a decrease in cash of 11,500,000 francs.
The bourse was lower'; renter 65®65c. There
are various statements as to the progress of
the Vienna Conference, but nothing intelligi
ble or reliable.. The Bth was another dull
day in commercial circles, but no additional
A Madrid telegram says the recall of Admi
ral Pinzon from the Pacific has been decided
upon. Measures are also adopted for the fu
ture command and destination of the Pacific
A Melbourne telegram of the 25th of Au
gust, says there are indications of a probable
peace in New Zealand.
TOWANDA, Oct. 18.—Bradford county offi
cial returns the following vote for Congress:
N. Mercer, Union, 5,812; R. E. Piollet, Dem
ocrat, 2,595; Union majority, 2,817. Mercur's
majority in the district will be between 3,000
and 4,000 votes.
Cameron county official for Schofield,
Union, 262; for Bigler, Democrat, 189.
Official returns from Snyder county show a
Union majority of 165.
The official vote of Lebanon county is
Union, 3,163 ; Democratic, 2,447; Union ma
The official . vote of Fulton cohnty gives a
Democratic majority of 290.
Wnisemspoirr, Oct. 15.
The official vote of Lycoming is as follows:
Wright, D.. ...3,658 Platt, D 3, 673
Wilson, U 2,736 Wilson, D 3,644
Boyer, D 3 644
Wright's maj....922 Manley, U 2,723
Senator. Orwig, U 2,723
Walls, D 3,666 Allman, U .2,721
Shriner, U 2,727
Wall's maj ..... ..939
Prmanimu, Oct. I.7.—Venango county gives
247 Union majority. The official vote has not
yet been received.
Markets by Telegraph.:
The downward nrovement in gold and ex
change has checked the demand for bread
stuffs, but there no essential change to record
n prices: The sales of flour reach 6 000 bbls,
chiefly extra family, ranging .from $ll 000
12 25; superfine is scarce and firm at $9 75.
Nothing doing in rye flour or corn meal.
Wheat meets a limited inquiry, with
sales of 8,000 bushels red at $2 30,
and 15,000 bushels Kentucky white at
$2 58®2 60: Small sales of rye. at $1,65.
Corn is in fair request, and small sales of yel
low az* reported at $1 65. Oats in good re
quest, and 4,000 bus: Dalawate and Fenn's.
at 84c. oromitts : qui provisions, then is
very little - domg. - 2,000 bbbi Ohio. Whisky sold
at $177, but most hailers ask $l . BO, ' Petro
letun very quie4'ttalia-bt - crude at" 25@38e.;
refined in bondiitetlo@/020., and free at $l5O.
• Km , Yost, Oct. 18.
Flour haa•a declining tendency; sales 57k000
bbla at $8 20®9 25 for State, slo®ll 50 for
NEW YoEx, Oct. i 8
Pacrat.DELpia.k, Oct. 18
STEAM PRIITING 011101
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shicen. • Thole lihidig ' to de not PA lt con
ARP — Font - lines er--1, wellliensllo2tamete - half Attains.
Eight llnei, or more than four, (2,244 s squaw
YOB. .I.ISALIF SQUAB& .- - 1 I -,- - 102 MS MARC
One day • $ 30 One day.... $ 60
Two days 50 Two day 5..........: 16)
Three days 75 Three days
~ 1 25
... - 1:25 One Week.. .... ..-..: 225
One month 300 One month SOD
Two mouths 9 OD
Three months 11 OD
Two months 4 50
Three months.-- 5 50
Six months .. S 00
0ne.... 15 00
Funeral Notices, each insert
gir Business notices lase
before Marriages and Dn
, rted in the Local Column, or
Maar OINTS rocs Lon for
Ohio and $lO 50a14 for Southern. Wheat
declined s@loc; sales unimportant. Corn
declining with small sales. Beef dull. Pork
heavy; sales of 1,400 bbls at $4l 2542 for
mess. Lard quiet at 191®221c. Whisky
dull. Gold quoted at 211. -
BAlTivonz, Oct. 18
Flour quiet; Ohio extra $lO-87®U. Wheat
quiet and scarce; southern white $2 80®2 84;
White Corn advanced 20; yellow steady. Gro
ceries firm. Whisky dull; Ohio $1 80.
New York Stock Markets.
Stocks are lower; Chicago and Rock Is
land 1874; Cumberland preferred 51; Illinois
Central 115; ditto bonds 114; Michigan
Southern 64; New York Central 118; Head
ing 1194; Hudson river 1204; Canton Co. 324;
Missouri 6s 61k; Erie 94k; One year certificates
954; Five-twenty coupons 108; registered 101 i;
Coupon 6's 105; registered 106; Gold 213:
since the board 203, closing at 208.
New York Cattle Market.
Nair Yon Oot. 18
At the cattle market to-day, - .beef was lower.
The receipts amounted to .7iooo head. The
prices were quoted at Bi@,oc. The demand
for sheep was dull ; receipts 24,000 head ;
sales at email@example.com . c. The market for swine closed
dull ; receipts 11,000, at 11@13c.
AN INSTANCF. OF COPPER 4 n lizaonsts.—A
shameful outrage was perpetrated upon the
family of Mr. George Geiger,
city, on Tuesday evening last. Mr. Geiger is
is a Democrat, but had been active at the
polls, during the day, in favor of Colonel Cake.
For this, the copperheads determined to have
revenge; and accordingly a gang of about
fifty of theca went to his house, and not Smil
ing him at home, they took the crutches from
his son, a badly wounded soldier, and beat
him shamefully with them. His aged mother
attempted to intercede for him, when they
set upen her, and beat her also. They then
went out to a shed, and beat a cow almost to
death. Comment upon this cowardly out
rage is unnecessary—fifty full grown copper
heads making a charge upon an old woman,
a cripple,- and a cow! but if tflese are the
kind of chaps who are going to make our
streets run with blood, when President Lin
coln is re-elected, why we don't think there is
much cause for alarm. Two brothers, the
ringleaders of the gang, were arrested and
bound over for trial; one of them is it mem
ber of the Boiough Council. We are sorry
we were unable •to learn the scoundrersztame.
COL. JOHN P. SANDERSON, former editor of
the Philadelphio. Daily News, died in St
Louis, on Friday last. He was a native of
Lebanon county. In 1856 he was Chairman
of the American State Central Committee.
When President Lincoln was inaugurated,
Mr. Sanderson became Chief Clerk of the
War Department, under Secretary Cameron,
and on the 11th of May, 1861, he was ap
pointed Lieutenrnt Colonel of the 15th regi
ment of infantry, U. S. A. Within a year he
has been promoted to a Coloiielcy, and has
been actin , " b as Provost Marshal General of
Missouri. To his efforts the .exposure of the
Knights of the Golden Circle in that State is
Snot in ACCIDENT. RAM Boon, an
old and esteemed citizen of Chartiers town
ship, Washington county, on 'Friday last,
met with an accident which resulted in his
death. It appears that he had a threshing
and cleaning machine in operation at the
time, and was engaged in measuring up the
grain as it came from the machine, when
some part of his clothing being caught by the
tumbling shaft, which revolves at a very rapid
rate, he was whirled around at a frightful
speed and killed almost instantly.
A BOSTON paper says there are 'no*" pne
hundred and sixty suits for divorce upon 'the
dockets of the Supreme Court in that l'city.
Some of these are old cases, and probably
will never be settled. Others have been re
cently entered. The causes alleged for a judi
cial separation are cruelty, desertion, crimin
ality, Ac. In a majority of cases the wife
seeks a divorce from her husband. There is
also a large number of petitions of divorced
persons for leave to marry again.
TICE people of Utica have been enjoying an
Indian foot race. A representatlve of the
Onondaga tribe had agreed to rtufa race with
a Seneca brave, and the sport lately came off
at the Utica race course. Onendaga and
Seneca shook hands and started for a five mile
heat; the former dressed in fanciful tights,
the latter in borrowed soldier's breeches.
Seneca was distanced. Time twenty-nine
minutes and nineteen seconds.
Tun Mayor of Richmond has offered apo
clamation of a thousand dollars for the detec
tion "of the band of incendiaries who have
contracted with the devil, or his next kin,
Abe Lincoln, to burn down Richmond by
piece meal." A Richmond paper insists -that
the sum is insufficient, and should be in
creased to a hundred thousand dollars.,
Loan Norbury used to relate a grim joke- of
a caitiff upon whom he had just passed sen
tence of death. "Oh! after that," cried the
culprit, addressing the Judge-and winking at
his friends outside the dock, "I'm done with
you. Nevek let me hear another word out of
your mouth. You'd say anything, so you
A two dollar bill on the People's Bank, Wa
terville, came into the hands of the editor of
the Skowhegan Clariem, a few days since,
upon-the back of which was the following en
dorsement, "This is the last of a hundred
dollar bill which has all gone for horse hire.
J. H. Arnold."
"Have the jury agreed?" asked a ha•l'g o f
a locked up set of twelve whom he had left
under the case of his man, Denny Garry,
and whom he met on the stairs with a can in
his hand. "Oh, yes," replied Denny, "they
have agrade to rind out for another - half gal
Tns President has issued an order thanking
the hundred days' volunteers of Indiana, Illi
nois, lowa and Wisconsin" for their services
during the emergency last summer. He has
also ordered that certificates of service shall
bo presented to each of the volunteers.
Ix Providence, R. L, last week , some labor
ers digging up a cellar, discovered
treasure, consisting of a gold b4i. we;gbing
5$ ounces, and three Portuguese gold- cans
(value $2O each) of the dates 1696 and 1697.
James Evans, Esq., for twenty yeses oesh
ier of the Lancaster (Pa.) Bank, died on Wed
... 25 OD
NEW Yost, Oct. 18.