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THE GREAT REMEDY OF THE WORLD !
DR. McBRIDE'S*. KING OF PAIN
WILL cure any ache or pain in from one
to sixty minutes !
It acts like magic upon the absorbanv and glandular .
systems, reducing swellings and regulating the secretions
and excretions. It is of a diffusive, penetrating nature,
exerts its influence from the periphery to the centre of
the nervous organism, thence by reflex notion its power
is felt throughout the entire system, restoring the clrert7'
lating fluids and . checking disease with invincible strength.
THE KING OF PAIN IS INFALLIBLE!
No matter what the pain, apply the medicine and you
will Lind instant relief It is an internal and external
THE KING OF PAIN
Cures almost instantaneously, Headache, Earache, Neu
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Asthma, Dyspesis, Diarrhoea, Dysentery or Bloody Flux,
Liver Complaint, Kidney Disease, Diseases of the Bladder
and Genital Organs, Cramp, Cholic and all spasmodic
pains, Fever and Ague, Burns Bruises, Cuts, Sprains and
wounds of every description. proves itselthe mastery,
as the testimony of thousandsprove its meritorious worth.
Sold, wholesale and retail, by
S. A. KUNKEL, druggists, Sole Agents,
118 Markel, street, Harrisburg.
Tho following letter from a soldier, iu reference to the
efficacy and powerfpl restorative gualitihes of DR. lie-
DRIDE'S RING OW PAIN, speaks for itself ;
NEDTILLM CUMBERLAND COUNTY, I
Sept. 14, 1864.
Mass's. S. A. Kunkel, & Br-0., druggists, Harrisburg, Pa-. :
GENTS :—I would inform you that I receivedthe bottles
of Mcßride's Great Pain Hiller, and enclosed please find
five dollars more for which send mo five bottles addition
al to-morrow. I leave for camp to-morrow.; Lot me
know whether you can supply me with it in the army. I
am in Company El, 202 d tiegiment P. V. I have been In
very bad health for upwards of four years, and two of the
ono-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 can recommend it to be tho best medicine the
soldier can provide for himself.
Yours respectfully, SOS. E. WHITE.
Aar All orders from a distance promptly attended to by
S. A. KUNKEL & BRO.
A HOME CERTIFICATE.
The following certificate is from a well-known citizen of
HARRISBURG, Aug. 30, IE4.
To ma PUBLIC :—lt gives me great pleasure to recom
mend to the public the medicine prepared by DR. 5. T.
MoBRIDE, which he calls the "KING OF PAIN." I was
induced to use it as an external remedy for a braise, which
it relieved Immediately, and subsequently cured entirely.
Ms success induced me to use it internally for Diarrhoea,
with which I was afflicted in a chronic form for nearly
eighteen months, and to such an extent that my kidneys
were seriously deranged. The 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 most invaluable family medicine. _
The unexampled sale of this medicine proves it to be
the moat wonderful discovery of the age in the medical
The undersigned are the sole agents for the State, and
will supply it wholesale and retail.
S. A. KUNKEL & 13R0., Druggists,
118 Market street, Harrisburg.
PEIPHER'S DAILY LINE
Look Raven, Jersey Shore, Williamsport, Mau
' ay, Uniontown, Watsontown,
Lewisburg, Northumberland, Snit - -
boy, Trevertorr, Georgetown,-
The Philadelphia Depot being centrally located, the.
drayage will bo 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 r, Y., will be delivered In liar
rlsburg the nest morning.
rreigist Always as Low as by Any Other
JOS. MO.NTUOMEBY. &
Philadelphia and Reading Depot,
0ct21.11 Foot of Market street, Harrisburg.
NEW 11,1Q,U0.11. STOItE.
IMPORTANT TO LANDLORDS AND
OTHERS. The imtlersigued offers at wholesale, to
the trade, a choice lot of the best liquors ever brought to
Harrisburg, viz: French Brandies,. Holland Gins,..lcoteh;
Irish, Bourbon, Wheat and Ohl Rye Whisky; Foriegn
and Domestic• . Wines, such as Champagne, Claret, Catawba,
de. All 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 viratunt,
I ANNED FRUITS OF EVERY DESCRIP
TION. SAUCES of all the celebrated masofactureret.
OLIVE calk . .
Also, BROWN STOUT, FINE .TEAS, COMTE, SUGAR
and SYRUP of all grades and prices, and the best selected
stook outside of Philadelphia.
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,
myg successors to W. Dock, Jr., & Co.
IVIHM ROMLNO SHERRY, imported
1848. Warranted the Finest Sherry Wine In this
wastry Tor ante at SRLSLER ,t FRAZER,
MICHENEWS excelsior hams, of this sea
con's curing. Just received and for sale by
SHISLER & FRAZER,
krticcoscorc to . P7m. Dock. ir., & DO.
CAMPAIGN . TORCHES,
Manufactured and for sato by
T. HILL ROHRIIAN
606 Cherry street, Philadelphia,
VrESS SHAD and FINE NEW MACK
-IYI EREL, just received, at
JBW FISH.—New No. 1 and 2 Mackerel
.L in barrels ball barrels and kittn, end-by the pound,
at faucet ' SEMLER &•FRAZER-
EXTRA FAMILY FLOUR CO L. N
MEAL always on hand, of the best quality, at
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SALMON.—Fine salt Salmon, at
%Ug SHISLER At FRAZER.
Ii[UOKSTERS' BASKETS.--Shisler &Fra
zer, successors te W. Dock, in, &Co., have on hand
86 dozen hickory baskets. Price $5 60 per dozen. JO
Just received, a very tine lot of Cranberries, at
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fin ASSORTED BEREA
juki STONES for solo A. K. FARNESTOOK.
IITINDOW : BASH FOR SALE. —l6B lighig,
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'G. S. BENDER,
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A NEW StrPPLI" YESSII SMOiCE-T.
HAAS, , just iezeived tbianiorninx, at
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A Cure Warranted.
'Dyspepsia has the laming
lst. A constant pain or uneasiness at the
pit of the stomach.
2d. Flatulence and Acidity.
3d. Costiveness and Loss of Appetite.
4th. Gloom and Depresdon of Spirits.
sth. Diarrhcea, 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
at night. "
lot Loss of Appetite and Vomiting. tx
lit Diaziness, Dimness of Vision, and
'Loss of sight.
12th. Headache and Staggering in walking,
with great weakness.
Orli of the thousands of cases of Dyspepsia
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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 EBANSON, of Brandywine,
Del., formerly of Old Chester, Del., do certify
that, for one year and a hall I suffered every
thing but death. fromthat 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, ray 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 plate 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 awftil
complaint, Dyspepsia, that my friends thought
best to have me placed in Dr. Kirkbrides
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 Hr. Mils
hart's Great American Dyspepsia Pills mid
his treatment for Dyspepsia, my husband
called on Dr. Wishart and stated my' -cast t.to
him. He said he had no doubt he could ooze
me. So in three days after I called and platted
myself under the Doctor's treatment, and in
two weeks I began to digest my food, and felt
that my disease was fast giNing way, and I
continued to recover for about three month
and at the present time I enjoy perfect health
of body and mind, and Imost 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. •
DANIEL E. WILT
Brandywine, Del., formerly of Old Chestor,
Delaware county, Pa.
Da. Wisnarr's OfEce, No. 10. North Second
DR. WISIGIRT—I have been a •constant sufferer with
Dyspepsia for the last eighteen years, daring 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 timesan unpleasant feeling in my
head, but latterly my sufferings so much increased that
I became almost unlit for business of anyldad; my mind
was continually filled with gloomy thonkhts and fete
bodings, and if I attempted to change - their current :by
reading, at once a sensation oficreoldness in connection
with a dead weight, as it were, rested upon my brain;
also, a feeling of sickness would occur at the stomach, anti.
great paint° my eyes, accompanied with whichvas the
continual fear of losing -my reason. I also experienced
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 iltr Seclusion, and
having tried the skill of a number, of eminent johysicians
of various schools, finallyeamo to, the conclusion that, for
this disease at my present age (45 yearS) there was no cure
in existence. But, through the interference of Divine
Providence, to whom I devently offer my thanks, I at last
found a sovereign remedy In your Dyspepsia Pills and
Tar Cordial, which seem to have effectually removed al
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feelings, and in their Aloe health, pleakure and content.
meat are my everyday companions.,
JAMBS M. SAUNDERS,
No. 463 North Second street, Philadelphia,
Formerly of Woodbury, N. J.
Dr Wiabart's Office No. 10 North Second street, Phila
A POSITIVE CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA.
HEAR WHAT MIL JOIN EL BABCOCK HATIL
, No. 1028 Drays 'Belmar,
Philadelphia, January 22d; 1868.
Do. Wisetear—Sir:—lt is with; much pleasure that I
am now able to inform you that, by the nee of your great
American Dyspepsia Pills, I have been entirely cured' f
that most distressing complaint, Dyspepsia. I had-been
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path one week at a time. I have had it in its worst form
and have dragged on a most miserable oxistence---in pain
day and night,. Avery kind of food that I ate filled me
with wind end.pain, it mattered, not how light, or how
small the quantity', 'A continued belching was sure to
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ever and my distrers was so great for several months be
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sirable information to any one' who may EMI on me
Yours, respectfully; JOHN B. BABCOCK.
For Sale at Dr. Wisbarts Medical Depot, No. 10 North
. g o on& street, Philadelphia, Pa. Price One Dollar per
.bos. Sent by trail. free of charge; on receipt of price.
. I, Samuel D. Haven,: have baba a great sufferer with
Chronic Dyspepsia Mid ..h9RIIOOII of the Kidneys for
three ; years I employed= or four of the . most, aim
nut physklutof ftlia4 %Abel IltataChwkoontay
NJ. They ain all for IdetheTy ugh; but iii no :pay.
pase.:.l waticonetantly AModorWho nut* pain and die
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My toMputaten covered With a White coating .of ; meals
until it cracked in large funtana and us. d readfully
sore! Ohl I °Mimes wished for death to relieve nienf
my marinas; Sot I had • lest all hope of ever being well
104, I matte,it a subject of prayer to Clod ; that he
would direct me to some Physician or medicine that
would sure Me. Iwu told Warm& an Muhammad of
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BY GEORGE BERGNER.
"THE UNION—NOW AND FOREVER."—
HARRISBURG, PA., SATURDAY EVENING, OCTOBER 29, 186r4
Dr. Wisher's in the Philadelphia Ledger. of E great: cure
made upon Mr. John Babcock, of 1028 Olive street, Phila
delphia, by, the great American Dyspepsia Pills. went
to the Doctor's Office, and placed myself under b treat
ment, and told him if he failed to cure me, it would be the
last effort I weutd make. 'lt has been six weeks since I
commenced the use of his medicine,lind I am now a well
man, free from all pain and distress, and can eat three
hearty meals a day with comfort, end 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
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The above are a few among the thousands which this
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We have thousands of letters from physicians and drug
gists who have preScribed and sold tho 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. Cl. WISHART,
No. 10 North Second street, Philadelphia, Pa.
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m - -tnuts!'FUßS!!
The Largest and best selected stock in this city !
at the s
PkTiSww - Cloak store,
IN D. W. GROSS' NEW BLOCK,
• HARRISBURG, PA. '
October 12, 1884.
Stockholders of this Bank
Ameeting 01 4iekhOlaern oL _
will be held at the banking house on Monday, the
/Oh day of November next, at 10 o'clock a. at., for the
purpose of taking into consideration, and deciding on the
question whether or not the said bank shall liecome.an"
Association for eaming on the business of Banking under
the Laws of the United States, and of exercising the
powers conferred by the Act of the General Aisembly of,
this Commonwealth, entitle.d "An act enabling the Banks
of this Condionwealth to become associations for the
purpose of banking under the laws of the United States,"
approved the 22d day of August, 1864. By order of the
Board of Direct i ors i .,.i J. W WEIR, Wider..
SOLE AGENVY FOR THIS , CITY
ir AM happy to offer. to the public a large
and splendid assortment of •
SUP.titiOß • GOLD PENS,
LEROY W. FAIRCHILD.
These Pens are well finished, elastic, and will give en
PLEASE TRY THEM.
SOHEFFER'S BOOK STORE,
Second street, opposite Presbyterian Church, Harrisburg
c o s•T o Yt E ,
IN D. W. GROSS' NEW BLOCS,
Market Street, Harrisburg.
1,000 DIFFERENT STYLES
GIrOARS AND CIRCULARS
FINE ,SPRI A NG SHAWLS!
Will open on the Ist of April
)13 0 PkT 7E.
NEW EATING AND DRINKING SALOON.
Wiamit street, between Third and Fourth.
Wines, Beer and the best quality of liquors constantly
on hand. A share of the public patronage is respectfully
solicited. [oc3d6m] JOHN BONNER
WES pleasnre to inform his friends and
stomers, and the public in general s that he' has
opened a wholesale alga retail Variety, Notuos and Jew.
dry Store, N 0.10534 Market street, above Eby 40 Kunkel's
Building, Harrisburg, Fa.
It woulct occupy a great amount of space to enumerate
the articles composing my stock. The purchaser will find,
through my experience of thirteen years in the business,
that I can sell goods equal to the jobbers In the East,ern
TREES! TREES!! TREES! ! !
THE UNDERSIGNED 'wilt'commence
11 planting Shade and Ornamental Trees, Vines, and
such Frail trees as are into plant in'the
P. S.—Persons into were furnished with trees last
Spring that there warranted to grow, can have the same
replaced that missed.[oda] J. MISR.
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Ng-Photographers supplied at the very lowest whole
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may 24 SCHIFFER'S BOOK TORN,
MR. S. A. Kmar.EL
Sir :—I take pleasure in statingthatyour "DIARRIREA
MIXTURE" exceeds anything of the kind that I ever
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could find nothing to help me in the least, until I took
I give you this certificate, hoping that, if you see proper
to use it, it may be the means of extending a knowledge
of the matchless value of your' medicine.
Very respectfully your JEFFRIES.
Fallen rimber, Cambria Co., Aug. 27, 1864.-4an3o-dtf
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_LA the most popular and the purest ever eared to the
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SEMLER it FRAM.
febl anumenora to Wm. Dock. Jr & (O 1
PIIBLIC NOTICE is heieby given, that in
A pursuance of the act of Assembly of Pennsylvania,
„the first day of Jane, /839, thestookholders of the
;Biotic, of-Washington, Penna., will apply to the
nate Stanton of Aliaiegislatinv for a renewal of its char
ter; with an' increase of its capital from $160,000 to
$20d,000. C 1,1. REED, President
WARIEINGTOM, PA., June 24,1864 • Je27
BASKETS' BASKETS, in gr eat variety at
je27 Snorattore to W. Dock. Jr., & Clo.
QUEENS and GLASSWARE, a "well se
lected ereortmedt, Jut received, of the latest styles
SAI)GO, EirAgliph Dairy, Pine Apple, Nut
meg and New York State=up YEA t recoired =
mys sacomoora to W Dock, Jr., & Co.
LL kinds of hauling with WitgrOSEl dr:carts
~cx. win b epromptly done by cidthig on
3y21 corner or Second street end Meadow Lelae.
Mimes, Oct. 28, 1864.
To the Editor of the Telegraph:
I desire, through your widely circulated
paper, to correct, as far as possible, a preva
lent error in regard to the votes of soldiers.
It is supposed that under the act of Aug. 25,
1864, regulating elections by soldiers, noneof
them can vote, except on production of a cer
tificate of assessment, and a receipt for the
payment of the special ten cent county tax.
Now, this is not absolutely required, in any
case, by that law. It was not the Legislative
tion, as I know, having been the drafts
man of the bill myself, and as a Senator, one
of its most ardent advocates. If any doubt
about the true intent of the act exists; it must
be removed by a reference to the Constitu
tion. That provides, that "the Payment of a
State or county tax within two years, assessed
at least,,ten days before the election," or the
being "between 21 and 22 years of age, shall
entitle every white freeman (in other respects
qualified) to vote at all eleotioriti. 4 The
amendment (also prepared by myself) ex
tends this right to "all qualified electors in
military service, under such regulations as
shall be prescribed' by law." No power is
given to the Legislature to change the mean
ing of these words "qualified electors;" but
power is simply conferred to regulate the
manner in which such qualified electors may
vote, when in the army ; and the act does this
and no more. They could exempt from the
payment of all taxes, if thought advisable,
but not so as to preserve the right of suffrage,-
under the Constitution, and hence the nom-.
inal,ten cent county tax is all that is required
en the future.
The right of electors, as defined in the
Constitution and the amendment thereto, is
specified in the first section of the act ; the
mode of proof, by the oath of the elector, where
he claims to vote on age, or the payment of a
tax within two years, when he has no receipt to
produce, is prescribed in section 6 ; and to
make assurance, doubly sure, all the provis
ions of the general election laws, so far as
applicable, and not altered, are extended to
elections in camp, by. section 28.
The reading of section 40,.with,out reference
to the whole act, has paused misapprehension.
Its design was to secure the assessment of all
such soldiers over 22 years of age, as had not
been assessed within, two years, without the
necessity of their own personal application, as
required by the old law. It provides, that the
offering of a ten cent county tax receipt, shall
be prima facie, or presumptive evidence of a
right to vote; but does not attempt, in the re
motest degree,. to exclude from voting those who
would be entitled, lender the provisions of the
act, as well as the Supreme Law, to vote without
producing any receipt whatever.
My hope is, that these few lines may reach.
some portions of . the army in time to prevent
the rejection of votes on the above ground, as
I have a deep anxiety that every soldier shall
enjoy the, elective franchise, for the' mainte
nance of which he is exposing his life to
danger, and making such heroic sacrifices.
I am yours very respectfully,
Another Rebel Stump Speech for
The Richmond Dispatch publishes passages
from a recent speech made at Macon, by Hon.
B. H. Hill, of Georgia, commending them "as
full of good sense. Among these are the fol
I know that we all want peace, and, if, God
knows my heart, there is no one who more
frequently prays for it than I do. But hew
can we make it? Not with Sjierman, who says
he means extermination. 'I recently read a
letter from him more intensified with maligni
ty than ever escaped the lips of man. He
said he meant to destroy the present people,
and populate our country with a better people
—the Yankee! You can make with him, or
Lincoln only one peace—that is submission.
If Lincoln is defeated, and McClellan elect
ed, in the coming election, we may have peace;
but there is no peace party in the North if we
are. willing to be subjugated. All will subju
gate us if they, can. Peace can only come by
the defeat of the enemy. McClellan will never
be elected unless Sherman is defeated. The
preservation of our honor, the preservation of
our State, the election of McClellan, and the
securing of an honorable peace, all depend
upon the defeat ofißherman. Every good to
freemen depends upon his defeat. .
INGENUITY OV THE SHAEPSHOOTERS. —The
Richmond Examiner of the 7th, pays the fol
lowing tribute to the skill of our Yankee°
sharpshboters :--"Oonceive a line of battle
beyond a breastwork ; each man squatted
completely out of sight, firing over his shoul
ders, while, instead of exposing his head and
hands to the advancing confederates, he looks
away from the enemy, and narrowly examines
the stock of his own gun. 'Two little mirrors,
scientifically placed at the proper angle and
attached to the stock, enable the soldier to
see the sight on his barrel; and all that comes
within range without exposing any part of his
THE St. Louis Republican states that at a
certain point on the Tennessee river is the
headquarters of an old man, who has become
a terror to steamboat men.. He is over 60
years old, has a long heavy-barreled gun, and
is continually on the watch for a shot at per
sons ernpldyed on the Government transports.
He seldom misses his aim, and is said to have
killed. as maiay as 60 men. Futile efforts have
been made to catch him; the country therea
bouts is a wilderness, composed of dense
forests, impenetrable swamps and deep ravines,
and in these he makes his home.
Nr,w Toss. NEwsnom ox n Eunorsix Totra.
—One of the most interesting features of the
- "Newsboys' Lodging House" in New York is
a table full of holes, which are numbered, and
in which the boys are encouraged to save
their money, some of them saving from twen
ty to thirty dollars a month. Some of these
boys evince considerable business capacity.
As an instance, two of these lads have just
started for Europe, worth two thousand dol
lars eaeh—the result of their earnings. They
propose setting themselves up in business.
East J'gra 1.40 N G, the girl 12 years of., age,
of Patterton, N. Y., who stole a child,Cluad
after robbing' it of its clothes threw it into a
well, has been convicted of murder in the
second . degree.
A BLOCKADE runner,, recently arrived at an
English port, ieports that, the Wilmington
blockading squadron 120 W numbers one hun
dred and seventy vessels.
PRICE THREE CENTS.
PLEASANTON'S VICTORY OVER PRICE!
Price Has bat One Gun and No Ammuuiiion.
HE BURNS 400 WAGONS.
Two Thousand Prisoners and Several Thou-
sand Stand of Arms Captured.
Price's Army 13emoralized
It is. Flying in All Directions.
Gen. Pleasanton gives the following infor
mation in regard to his operations against.
He marched 92 miles in two days and fought
His force was less thaii six. thousand (6,000,)
while Price hid fully 25,000.
Price has but-one gun left, and no ammu
nition, he having blown up his train. He also
burned 400 wagons to save them from capture.
We have 2,000. prisoners, with several
thousand stand of arms. General Pagan is
Price's army is completely disorganized,
and flying in all directions.
The CoPperhead Forgers of
DOT OH IN COURT.
He Pleads Guilty !!
BALTIMORE, Oct. 28
The military commission to-day resumed
its investigation of the frauds in the vote of
New York soldiers. H. Donahue was brought
into court about one o'clock. He had ne
counsel but proceeded in his own behalf to
object to the jurisdiction of the court. The
prisoner pleaded guilty of his having signed
certain blanks with the name of 0. S. Arthur's,
Capt. Dady and some others, and as it did
not appear that he was ari officer of the • State
of New. York or of the United States, there
was, lie contended, no crime.
Important Order of Geis. Dix.
The States to be Flooded with
Rebel' _Emissaries to Interfere
at the Elections! U
THE PEOPLE WARNED.
Provost Marshals to Arrest Sus
General Dix has issued an order stating
that satisfactory information has reached him
that the rebel agents in Canada are sending
into. the United States large numbers of refu
gees, deserters and enemies of. the Govern
ment, to vote at the Presidential election; and
it is not unlikely they will subsequently be
organized for the purpose of shouting respecta
ble citizens, and to plunder public and pri
He says such persons are liable to pun
ishment, and no effort will be spared to ar
rest them. Provost Marshals and their dep
uties are charged to detect such persons, and
the electors are recommended to take measures
for their own security, and to aid the author
ities in bringing the rebel emissaries to
Effective measures , will be taken to prevent
their return into Canada. All persons from
the rebel Stites are required to report to, the
military authorities here or to the provost
marshals in other places, for registering by
the sixth of November, failing which they are
to be treated as. rebel spies and emissaries.
The War in, the .Southwest.
ARRIVAL OF REFUGEES AT MEMPHIS- - ATTACK ON
A DITION STRAMER ON WHITE RIVER-SFSTEEN
SOLDIERS KILLED--zrectrxriox OF SAINT
CAIRO, Oct. 27.
' The steamer lliakduke, from Duvall's fluff,
arrived at Memphis on the 25th inst., with a
leave number of refugees.
The steamer Marmon,• was fired into at
Prairie Landing, on the White river, and fol
lowed, firing, five or , six miles. One of her
officers and fifteen negro soldiers were killed,
and a number wounded.
St. Charles, Arkansas, is being evacuated.
POSITION OP THE REBEL GEN. LYON—HOOD%
ARMY REPORTED NEAR GUNTEESVELLH—POR
Loom - Emu, Oct. 27.
A Nashville ikspatch of to.day reports that
the rebel Gen. Lyon had Crossed near the
mouth of White Oak Creek. •
A dispatch from Huntsville says that no
rebel force bad passed over the Whitesburg
and Warrenton road since Tuesday night.
A soldier of the 44th U. S. Colored Infantry,
who had escaped from Hood's army, says a
part of Hood's force (he thinks it is Gen.
Lee's corps) are making for Whitesburg.
A dispatch from Clayville says the captain
of the gunboat Gen. Thomas reports, when
coming up the river, having seen picket and
post fires from the mountain tops towards
Guntersville, and opposite Deposit. The only
troops he saw were cavalry.
A Federal soldier, who was a prisoner since
the attack on Dalton, but escaped, arrived at
Clayville, and reported that when he left the
main force of Hood4l army, on Tuetidaymorn
ing, 28,000 strong, were at _Warieitten. He
understood the rebels intended crossing the
Tennessee in the vicinity of Guntersville:
Forrest is reported as threatening Paducah
with a large ferce. Our military circles are On
the Alert for its defence.
Ap i potittißte itf a TJ. a; Senator.
• Botrioflif,-Dist 28.
Governor Cony,. of Maine, lies rappcinted
Nathan A. rumen, .ofßockland, Senator
Maine. to . fill the unexpired term of Sen
ator kessenden, appointed Secretary of the
STIRI PRINTUR Oftlol.
The fallowing are the rates for advertising In the Tian
arum Those having advertlidng to do will find it con
venient for reference:
SW Four lines leustOte onelalf square
Eight Lines, or more than four constitute a square.
YOB A KALB flatt6lll: - ' -
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ys . 5 30 0
Three days ..... ..... 75
One week .... ..... 125
One month . 3 00
Two months. 4 50
Three months 5 60
Six months 8 00
One year....... ..... 15 00
inners! Notices, each Insert'
Business notices Inge
before Marriages and Dea
The West Virginia Election.
Hubbard Goes to Congress.
The Legislature and Local Officers
The election in this State yesterday, passed
off quietly, and the entire Union ticket is be
lieved.to have been elected. „ „
Governor A. J. Boreman had no opposition,
and is re-elected by a heavy vote.
Returns from six counties give ErubbiLill.
Union ' ' for Congress, over 1200-majority.
The Legislature and local officers are largely
From Panama and Central
ST. Louis, Oct. 28
By the arrival of the North Star ;we have
Pahama dates of the 17th inst. The latest
advices from Central America ccntain no news
By the interruption of communieatione:no
news has been received from Ecuador Jor
nearly a month.
The first attempt to collect the tonnage
duty of 50e was resisted, and sailing papers
were refused by the Panama authorities.
The Panama Railroad and Steamship Com
panies' vessels applied for papers to the 11. S.
Consul, obtained them, and went to sea. The
authorities had taken no further steps in the
The proceedings in the case of the. Vermont
raiders have been transferred fo this - city.
The prisoners arrived last night • and •-are
now in jail here. The removal Was./Made-Se
cretly, to avoid excitement,., Qne deposition
was taken yesterday anillurther proceedings
have been postponed until 'next wbelc, on ac
count of the Catholic holidays.
The Democratic State Central Committee
and Convention, have placed the, following
ticket in the field: For Governor, Judge
Chambers; Lieut. Governor, Oden Bowie;
Judge of the Court of Appeals, W. 0. Mauls
by; Attorney . General, T. N. Steele; Oomph-pi
le; Dugan Garrett.
Him , Yes" 0ct.28.
The President, Jeffards, of Hayti, pro
claims the suppression of the. rebellion and
the restoration of order in thatrepiablic.
The Conference closed its labors last night,
and the delegates have left on their western
Nov Yoni, Oct. 28
There is a firm feeling in all kinds of breitid.
stuffs, but not much doing either for export
or home consumption of flour; onlyl,ooo bbls
sold at. $lO 50 per bbl for extra, and $ll 50
012 00 for extra family. The receipts aswell
as the stocks a-e very small. In rye flour and
cora meal nothing doing. There is very little
wheat coming forward, and it is in fair request;
sales of Pennsylvania red at $2 45®2 50,
Southern do at $2 556,2 gi),, tincl: White at
$2 6502 70. Rye is steady' at $1 60'.`. Yel
low corn is scarce; 2,000 bushels solclat4l 66,
white at $1 70. Oats continue in fair demand
at 88c. .In groceries 'o change. Provisions
are firm. Sales of 200 bls mess pork. at $43,
sides at 21c, and lard a 224. Petrciletun is at
a stand; we quote crude at 38c, refinedialsond
at 620.69 c, and free at 80c. Whisky.is steady
at $177®1 78.
ThIIIADELPriIA, October 28.-Stocks steady;
Pennsylvania s's 95; Reading Railroad 66x;
Morris Canal 984; Long Island 48; Pennsyl
vania Railroad 69; Gold 216 i ;exchange on New
Flour has advanCed 10®15c; sales of 13;500
bbls at $9 00®9 - 90 for State, $lO 55@a- 00
for Ohio, and $lO 851014 25 for Southern.
Wheat has advanced l®3e •,; sales unimport
ant. Corn firm ; sales small : Beef dull.
Pork firm; sales of 1,000 bills at $43 formees.
Lard firm at 20®224c.
Flour has advanced 121ce. Wheat active at
s2@2 10 for white and $1 60 for red. Corn
firm, with a scaree•snpply; old white sl76®,
1 76. Whisky dull: and heavy at $1777. Gro
ceries quiet. ,
Stocks are better; Chicago 'and-Reek 'ls
land 961; Cumberland preterre.,4l ,421-; Illi
nois Central 124 1 ; Michigan Southern 601;
New York Central 121; Penn'aCcial 904 Read
ing 133 k; Hudson river 1224; 6s eO4;
Erie 971; One year Certliteate.s. , 2, 941. Treas
ury 7 3-10 1084•Ten-Pqrties 9,414 Yivegwenty
Coupons 107 i; registered 100; Gohl 216 ;
since the board 217. s.
DUBING the past twelve months' 608,629
bales of cotton have been exported, from
IN England the Bible is now supplied for
twelve cents, the New . Testament fdi filar
cents, and the Gospels for two cents each.
Tan CIMPPLE is the title of a - Weekly paper
published by the inmatesof the United States
Army Hospital at Alexandria.
Holz. Jost; -IL Braonam (Union) delivered
forty speeches during,the late Ohio canvass.
TmwrEEN potatoes to. the Ind( bushel is the
measure down in Maine this' year:
A ommunout's club iS U. be opened in Lon
don for bachelor clergyken.
Iris stated that - thei Louisiana CottoiftrOp,
this year, -is a great failure. ' :::.! •::
• Faisoi, - . works 400 coal mixtelyl3o,Wiron
mine% "KA Vines of. OthorAnbotio4 o 7z
.Thowsgst clergymen werelpl l ecteMO: the
Legislature at the lete election in yggeo#t„
genii a severe, ino*Ot:Orm iniii44;oln
CAPT. Feat's Idaho party havViii4 L 'up
their trip, and returned to Fort Rice.
. son ON SQUABS,
One deor ...... ......$ 60
Two days.... 1 00
Three days... ...... 1 26
One week.......... 2 25
Ons month 6 00
Two months 9 09
Three months 11 00
Six months 15 00
One -year • • 25 00
ated In the Local Cloinnen, or
EIGHT CESM Mit Lon for
WHEKMG, W. VA., .Oct. 28.
NEW Yong, Oct. 28
The St. Albans Robbers.
2ONTREAL, Oct. 28,_184
Maryland Politics. = •
• :13Ltareacrax, Oct. 28.
The Canadian. QortWeface.
Markets by Telegraph.
PHMADELYELIA; October 28
NEW Yotts, October 28
BALTzzoitz, Oct 28
New York Stock Marketsi;
New Yorariect. '2B
QUEBEC, Oct. 28