Pennsylvania telegraph. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1864-1864, November 09, 1864, Image 1

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    THE TELEGRAPH
1151 MUM=
MORNING AM EVENING,
BY GEORGE _BERGNER.
OFFICE VITRO ST., .19UR WALNITE.
".'ERNS OF SUBSORIPTION,
!ENGLE SUBSCEIPTION.
Tim Pin , / TILIGRAFR 18 served iO . iiabscribers, in the
etty at 12% cents per week. Yearly subscribers will be
,barged sti 00 in advance. Those person, Who neglectto
,;ay Is advance will be charged $7.00.
WEEKLY TELEGRAPH,
fax 1413)02.0HW also pUblished weekly, and Is furnished
subscribers at the fbilowing cash rates
Slagle copies, weekly,
Three zopies to one Poet Office
Tau copies to one Post Office
MEDICAL
DYSPEPSIA.
A Cure Warranted.
Dyspepia has the following Syfaigaais:
Ist. .A constant pam or uneasiness at the
pit of the stomach.
2d. Flatulence and Acidity..
3d. Costiveness and Loss of Appetite.
4th. Mot= and Depression•or Spirits.'
sth. Diarrhcea; with, griping.
Cth. 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.
10th. Less of Appetite and Vomiting.
11th. Dizziness, Dimness of Vision, and
Loss of sight.
walking,
with Headache and Staggering in walking,
with great weakness.
Out of the thousands (Teases of .Dyspepsia
that have used Dr. Wishart's Great American
Dyspepsia Pills, not one of them.bas Ailed
of a perfect cure. We warrant a cure in every
ease, no matter if of twenty years' standing.
sold by all druggists everywhere, and at Dr.
Wishart's office, No. 10 N. Second streeq
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, Emzerikru BneksoN, of Brandywine,
Del., formerly , of Old Chester, Del., do certify
that, for one year and a half 'I suffered every
thing but death from that awful disease called
Dyspepsia. My whole system was prostrated
with weakness and nervous debility; I could
not digest my food; if I ate even a cracker: or
the smallest amount of food, it would return
just as I swallowed it; I became' so costive in
my bowels that I would not have ct:passage
less than from four and often eight 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
hear my husband nor my own children; every
thing appeared to be horror-strickert to me,••
I had no ambition to do anything; 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 . euicidei
so near was my whole nervous system de
stroyed, and also my mind from that awful
complaint, Dyspepsia, that myfriends thought
best to have me placed in Dr. Kirkbride's
hospital, West Philadelphia; I remained
there nine weeks, and thought I was'a little
better, but in a few days my dreadinlicton
plaint was raging as bad as ever. Haathig4
the wonderful cures performed bY Di. Wis.
hart's Great American Dyspepsia Pills and
his treatment for Dyspepsia, my husband
called on Dr. Wishart and stated my case to
him, He said he had no doubt he could cure
me. tio in three days after I called and placed
myself under the Doctor's treatment, and in
two weeks I began to digestmy fired, andlelt
that my disease was fast giviug way, and I
continffed to recover for about three , utonths,
and at the present time I enjoy . perfect - health
o(body and mind, and I mciatemoarely return
my thanks to a merciful God 'and Dr.N.Wisr
hart, and to his great American Dyspeps4
Pills and Pine Tree Tar Cordial that saved me
from an Insane Asylum and premature gra%
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 fiItANSON,
Brandywine, Del., formerly of Old Cheater,
Delaware county, Pa.
Da. WISHABT'S Office, No. 10 North Second
street, Philadelphia. ' •. • •
DYSPEPSIA 1 DYSPEPSIA!
WISRART—I have been a constant sufferer with
Dyspepsia for the last eighteen years, during which time
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 tilled 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, brain •
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 experienced
great lassitude, debility and - pervousness . ,.which monde 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 physicianii
of various schools, finally came to the conclusion that, frir
this disease at my present.age (46years) there was no curie:
In existence. Rut, through the interference of Ivltde
Providence, to whore I devoutly offer my , thdriks, I at last'
found a sovereign remedy is your Dyspepala Pills and
Tar Cordial, which seem to have. effectually removed al
mostthe last trace of my long list of ailments and bad
feelings, and In their place health, pleasure and .content
meat are my everyday companions. , . „
JAWS Ebitl/WFad, z
No. 4168.NOrth Second street; :
• • Formerly of 'WoOd, ,bitry, N. J.
Dr,,Wistutrt's Office No. 10 North Second street, Pinta
delphis. • ,
A POSITIVE CURE FOR DYSPEPSIA
HUY WHAT KR. JIM H. BABOOOIt BAYS.
No, i.1.02S .OLIVE STBKET,
Philadelphia, January 22d, 1863.
Do. yirisuptr—Sir:--It is with snuck pleasure that I
in now able toinform yob :that, by the use of your great
American Dyspepsia Pills, I have been entirely cured of
th a t, moat distressing corn' tit, Dyspepsia. I had been
erioviously afflicted for , thel ast twenty-eight years, and
u
far ten years of that time ave not been free from Its
path one week at a time. I have had it in its worst form
and have dragged on a mostmiserable existence—in pain
day and night, Every kind'Of. Pod that I ate filled me
with wind and pain, it twittered not how light, or how
small the quantity, A - behtlifued 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 nao by one .who had'Aitee
cured by them, I concluded to give them a trial, althougA
I bad no faith in them. To my warellehment,' If:Oiler
myself getting better before I had taken one-fourtVot t
box, and after taking half a box I am a well man, ani
can eel anything I wish, and enjoy a hearty meal three
timer a day, without inconvenience from anything I eat'
or drink. If you think proper, you are' t liberty. tit:Make
this public and refer to inc. I will cheerfully give all de
sirable information to any one who may call on me
Yours, respectfully, JOHN H. BABCOCK.
For *OA Dr. Wisharta Medical Depot, No. 10 North
Second Street, Philadelphia, Pa. Price' One Dollar per
box:"Heathy mail, free of charge, On receipt of price: '
DYSPEPSIA I DYSPEPSIA 1 ' .: , '
.
I, Samuel a Haven, have been a great sufferer With
og ree i s peas, aid Inflammation of the Kidneys for
three yes ii` I employed 11/Maur four of the meg etni
tent ph,,mclans 01 Phlladelphitio* otfturlington soupy
N. J. They di all Ibe me they-oeuld4 - bit ante 1,0 Vera
lalsie.:.l,v es s co . •;__J tilled with awl* pain anti die-
Lassa, end with eq .. • . nrrilD 4 wfid,led aoar- y{
My taupe wa s .. . • * O lll/ 9 * •• S'eentitig of - sawn
until It smok e d i n iguier . ~ . -1 !!latur-ivas .dreadrully
sorer Obil 1 °Mime! Wished for , ~.- th. 4 07 relieve me of
mY sufferings, for I bad lost all hope of ever being well
again. I made it a subjiid of: prfiyef to tbat he
would, ill's,* rue to Soma pliyilknitn or .0i l
W 8 I 4 an 111% 1 vas told to Tani au itt Ilt
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....$1 60
..,. 4 00
....10 00
BY GEORGE .BERGNER.
JYLEIPICAL.
. - -
Dr Wishar's in the - Philtuiellohla Letitia., of a
. peat' cure
made upon. Mr. John . Babboe of 102810 live street, Phila
delphia, by the great Ameriesur Dyspepsia :Pills. I went
to the Doctor's Ogi . ce., and awed myself under b treat
ment, and told him Who failed hi' cure me, It would bathe
last s:4ll:kt I4eurd , terike. Ithanheen six weeks since I
commenced the use of his isedielne, and lam now a Well
Mal; free from all pain and distress and can eat three
hearty meat's a day with comfort, feel perfectly well.
Dr. Wishart, I want you to publish my* case; as I.
every poor dyspeptic suffering as I. wasitricallois me, and .
I will tell them of -the great cure I. havilreceiired.from
your invaluable medicine. SAN= D: HAVEN.
Corner 'Penang° and Lambert streets bearßichinond
street, formerly from 'WrightstOWN - Iltrlington county,
N _ IL L • • -
The ruseve . arelt few among' the° imonsands wide!'" this,
great remedy his:saved• from an Mitithely grave.
We bars thousands of letters fromi l ysichiptand . drug-
Sista who hive imes6ribed'and sold m e a.r.COrdial ; iiying
thatthey have , never used-or sold a • edietewbleh 'gave,
suctrinaiversed.satlafaction.. •.• t.. • •
Trepezed orily,by the proprietor, •
. . .
SR L Q 0. WISIIART,
No 10 Neill Second street, Pfiltadelp - nla:Ta.
Sold by Drugglet4 bverywhere - BmjylS-nott,datw
, ,
liAaimistatO BANK,
to-- —October 12, 1864.
Amoult of the §to,okholaers of this Bank
'-"brill; 66 . held at the'booldiglociob on Monday, the
14th day of Novembeenekt, allO o'clock a. at., for the
purpirse,of taking into consideration, and deciding on the
.qUestion whether or not the said bank shall become an
.Amticiatfon fbicarrytnron the busitiOsioflanking tinder
the Laws of the United States, and :of ?exerolsing the
powers conferred by the Act of, the General Assembly of
this Commonwealth, 'entitled , qtrinet enabling the Banks
of this Commonwealth to become associations for the
purpose of banking under the laws of the United State',
approved the 22d day of August, 1864.' By Order of
Board of Directors. J. W. WEIR, Cashier. !
0rt,12-4d _ .
SOLE AGENCY FOR THIS CITY
lAM happy to offer to the public' a Jaw
and splendid assortment or
SUPERIOR 'GOLD PENS,
manufactured by 0. • i
LEROY W. FAIROH.T.LD. • "
These Pens ire well finished; thistle, and will give es ;
tire satisfaction.
' PLEASE TRY THEM.. •
SCHEFFEW'S BOOK STORE, -
Second street, opposite Presbyterian ohra, Harrisburg
Pa
NEW. PHILADELPHIA .
19 I ' GROBr Ell
2
NEW'RLOCK, '.
Market Street, Harrisburg.
: ; g LOP PI YARPTY .E.M.XLES
rseaioseszic
OLO-,9E'-H'B;AN'D -0 'LED 11 , L A R S;
AND
FINE SPRING SHAWLS
Will open on the tof April
Almanacs ! Almanacs
13 A. E ''S
English and German Lancaster
Almanacs,.
for the year
186 5 . •
For sale, by the gross, Dozen, or single,'st Selkehl
Bookstore, 21 South Second street, Herrisbnm, Ps. -Se
13 CP INT DT 3E, 3EL S. •
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NEW EATING AND DRINKING SALOON!.
Walnut street, between Third and Fourth. •
Winos, Beer and the beat quality or liquors constant"
on hand. A share of the public patronage is respeictrillr
solicited. [oo3d6rn] JOHN DONNERf
. .
Very Convenient.
JACOB TAUSIG,
S pleasure to inform his friendii - and
ra l etomers. and the public -in general, ilita , lie , fian
opened a wholesale ana retail Variety, Natussteitailfate•
etry Store,
.N 0.10536 Market street, above Eby 4--E - 40tyl's
Building, Harrisburg, Pa,
It would occupy a great amount of space to enumeapts
the articles composing my stock. The pathos* willfind,
through my experience of thirteen yearn in the,busiriess,
that I can sell goods equal to the jobbers in the Eastern
cities. sept26-dem*
TREES U . TREES 1 ! TREES! ! !
THE UNDERSIGNED will oomxacnci3
planting Shade and Ornamental Trees, Vines, and
such Fruit trees as are fitto plant in the Fall.
J. MISR. i
P. S.—Persons -who were famished • with trees last
Spring that were.warranted to grow, can have the same
replaced that missed. Locl3] J. MISR. '
VERN FINE ; INDEED!
/PO our fine and extensive`stook of Photo,-
A. graph Albania • and grriapii 'ODA Pictitree,'we
have added a BEAUTIFUL .ENVELOPE for the reception
of card pictures. They must bescumand willbe admired
eorPhotogriplefiteuPPlied iaCthe eery lotreat whole
fade priew, amktlisie Fara printed upon them for gl
thcailial4 vklidTetele iOid•rdta . j
• may:24* :I.IICIiME 'Penh,
trktittida_dvikci . : se-
Ng, lected 14;gcgtinpilt, lust, rireivAci,_ of the latest style!
jylit '; ' • tit:Arta & KOERPEE.
QA.l'l3AGQ l Aiglish Dail)+, Pine Apple, linfr
la mei Out mict YorkStateCheeseus, Aptrr received
• " • saus& i .
11100081101.8 to ' W; Dock. QTR.. ikUO.
Ife tt
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. b . 7 . 4 - , =El.` ;-‘ .s' e ~*)E,
.cm. silo it ' - - wEierms 16, • : ToSS,
octi - -21 South Second street, Harrisbrug, Pa.
N EW B B SHOULD/4
•• • ". DAYS OF SHODDY
.Inat received at IdaISI SC/LEFT/EST BOOKSTORE.
pm= lirlariEGA2,•,--Eurel Oidar Vine*
y bePoyght taT•the . li Ilr
'Min% 971MBIBItt; • ,ir.:119.7 1T..i.3. 1. %,1`,'.f.ii.,..z.: I
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.50 DO a- . .. i tauccilsvp i tcr.ar
glai iire
. .no Es
Alfil ' . COW Ohcie H oar, tliii ir
M ITZPIeIs;* 'Walnut!' and onions. To
Wiz 6,lyd'rtall y MUSLIM as MO"
w) , - ' '"liiicusuoveto W. Doak, Jr.,* Oo
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HARRISBURG, PA., WEDNESDAY E
NEW ADVERTISEMENTS:
When will Wonders CO,Atse
THE -GREAT REMEDY OF THE WORLD !
DR. McBRIDE'S : KING ;OF ~PAIN:
WILL
cure any ache .or. pain- ill , front One,
~ T to sixty t.,.•• .: .•- ' •,1 2 ,u.eu:' '
It acts like, me& upon the , !absorbent &ad .gland
'systems, reduhlint ewellingsand tegulating the secretions
and excretions. It is Of a diffusive, penetrating -natiire;
exerts its influence from the periphery to the centre of
the nervous organism, thence diD , Aptlexectictl, Its:Pm/It
is felt 'throughout the entire systeno,rentoring the,clicu
latingtluids and checking diseasewn!infineiblestrength.
TILE KING OF FAIN; IS - INFALLIBLE !
No matter what the pain, apply the medicine: and you
will.find instant., relief. It is an blternal =ldt:external
• ' THE KING OF P ~, .. .;
Cures almost instanteneously, Headache, .Eari
° _,....,„che - Neui
raigia, Deafness, •Sore-Threat, Colds; Mionchlat AnLVICmi
Astiuna, Dyineski,'Diarrhma,,Dysentexy,or Bloody Flux,
Liver Complaint, Eldney Disease, Dlamsesof Mobllladder
and genital. Organs,' OraMp, Cholla, kind..alf Oki
‘painaileve'r and - Ahne,llllllll,llinisesi; Cettle,',B ;a nd
tz g z
Wounds of every deicription. ' It proves itself
,
asthe testimony or thousands prnveitemeritorieuliwer I
Sold, Wholesale and retail, by. , . II - , :L, l• !
S. A. 11.17,1 , 11 M, drugglatS, 'Sole Ueldei '
- ' - ' 118 Itaiketetreet,'Harrieburg. i
• ' c SOLDIER& READ! - • '
The following letter front a soldier,..in reference to tha
efficacy al.td; powerful restorative , . qualitities of agt. XCL
13RIDE'S R ING OF PAIN, speaks for itself : : , t , „ ; I
NEwvera, Croonsafrorcitwrf,l'
. ' . •- -, ,' . , SePt. 14; 864. .. j ,
Messrs. S. ..4. ' Kunket &Ste., drepoirti,Hatrristairgj Fe. ,I
Gloms :-I would infor,m yen that I recelvedthebtittles
or Noßride's Great Pain Biller, and enclosed please find
live dollars more for which send me five bottles Additiett
al to-morrow. I leave--for-;camp to-morrow. Let me
know whether.yett. pl y me with Wain the army. I
am its , Critopartylf,V, entrPi V '.11." lihave been la
very bad health for upwards of four years, and two of the
one-dollar bottles have cured me completely, and have
made me feel like 8,M1L8,. ,: Besides, I have cinad.a n
'ber'of Iny contfades of faiths diseases Made& arca
life, and can recommend it, to be the best medicine t
soldier can provide for himself.
Yours respectfully, JOS. E. WHITE.
- rgir All orders from a distance promptly attended to b
S. A..N.I3NXEL & BRO. . . • • ; ••, . , :.; , 2 i
. ,A. ,11.03kE CERTIFICATE..,,. ,• , i
Earri The sb f u oll rg ow : in g ce rtificate is from a well-knowia citizen o f
. .. ,
' ' ' ILtrutisisiairiArie Eii,..16d4. I
To TEE PUBLIC I-rt, gives me great ideasavi tb recom
mend to the public the medicine, propartnamt.J J. L
MAME, which ho calls the , 1E.,1N0 OFF P !., ." I Writ
inditced to nee ' t at'an'extenial remedy tbr a '''''''''
;it relieved Immediately; And subsimiientlyourtita (marbly!.
Its success induced me to use it internallY - Wtharrhies,
. with.which I was, afflicted in a chronic, form NT r . nearlt
eighteen titoritha, and to sitch an; eitelit lllat •liiiTiodney e
were seibtlisir derdegee-The niediethe liter - eared ni
and certainly thatls sayingairwitlfiatilinitst fairorf *heft
reflect )tow many other remedies „Ijaied without ekperi
=icing anything but temporary relief. For .py Patt., a /
shall always keep a supply of it in m,y !;'lake; believing
I do that it Jut :Most invalnablelataily Medicine. ,
. . . . DANIEL E. WIL T. . '
_
Thd unexampled sal.' • of. this-medicine toicnielf-kt :tir b
Ate most .wontlerfal discovery . of , thelage In lhc. Med i
The undersigned are the sole agents for the : S!,sito,9l
will supply it wholesale and retail.. ;,,.• r
. . . , ' .- .;
S. A. maim liao., Dr •
sepls] 113 Market street; Mar ug r i rreg:
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- PEIPIErjr.4 I , .' , DAIL , ~,. .A 0 1„
BwxwEINN PEEEkirtta . . „:1 - , 1 ,
Lock Hairk;',Tersey 'Short, WilliiiitipKlnim.
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cY, 1 / 1 11 900W11, ~ IFat,saltoW4-1 9 1611 i
LowliburgilAirttoberland, -qua: ,, ; .
. . Viry; 'TreVirloni l litergitOri '' ' 1
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AND HA.KM&SBUILG:-u f.:i_ - '
The Philadelphia linnet beingl.piA . trelic, linsaleo4
"drayage will be at thilowest rates , , - The- Conductor. . igi?
through-'pith each:train to attend'- te tkir safellelltr4
all goods intrastate the line,, - ;:'alluelbrdelifered.igt&Walle-
Dot.• of WILTIO. , E. , BUMIIi - i.e3.2.Y.ltalkeitAirBOt
111110046(N bki , 0111 " k 1 !* *1 1 .?4,be, de#Yer,. 4 4 1 4)1
risburg the - next morning. ,
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freight Always as Low as by MAY 0,310
,i:: , ..: . : - ':.'Lin;.. •, . ... i• , . f
i JOB. :MONTGOMERY dc CO., 1
Philadelphia and 'Beetling Pivot, i 1
0 421 - ti . _ root 'oF Market : Street , muTOPPIT. i
imar2l-dly
OANNED kIBUITS OYEVIDRYDESCI
TON, SAUCES Of all theoelebratedminsfearaireri.
BARD W,
OLIVE OILS
IfirstiaD
'3 every description.
•
Also, BROWN STOUT, FINE TEO, COMMA SINAI
and SYRI:II' qf all grades andprices and the 4.34,1140
etobk liuteiderofThiladelphit. ' k ,
Ali goo4 . im'guaranteed , ag . rerireselitiut _ ' -`• ,
Particular attention paid toad orders [roma distance. 1
Goals carefully packed and delivered, toll M iro
city tree of charge. SMEAR. & ,
mpfi onoteosorz to W. Dock, '
• s
NEW lacumit..)iereuz: . ... '
ITBIPORTAZTY, Tg. LORDS - AND
OTHERS .-*-The Underifig*Loffere at whidarak, tb
the trade, a ehoicelot of -the Watt lionert evert ht to
Harrisburg, viz: Prench,;Brolediesi: ifoiland, Gins, ,
0 , 1
/risk Bourbon, Whesd wad .Old "41yol Whisky ;
.k• •
and Domestic Wines, such as Chammuu, aiard4 7 4fa
i fie. All liquors warranted, as - represented._ 'Ana) .
and others will find it: to their : sdvantage to call and 0 -
*Mine the assortment at .the ntorw, on South ••Second
street, two doors below Chestnut, „ : !
my27,dem . GEORGE WINTE RS
IMINE ROMANO .SHERRY, - imported
Ju 1848. Warranted the Finest Sherry Wlneln thlp
eon D try. For aide at 81118LIIR. FRAMER.E I
. twee • iimiir•feese - te - Abet' Doak Iv k ;
MESS .- SHAZi• and t , F6MACS. E NEW MAC
EREL, just received, at
jylB , . H9YER & BOERPBR.
11\TEW FISH.—New No o . 1 and 2 Haekerei
1.1 in barrels, half bartela and kit*, and by the pound,
at Janne] A & FRAZER.
IMXIMA. • FANCILY FLOUR, and CORN
j 124 HEAL always on hanil, of the beet quality, at
t 8 BOYER & KOZRPEIt.
ALMON.-Fine salt Babnan, at
- •
S: was• • ,88I8LER & lERAZZIL
C AMPAIGII
ORpE and for sale by
S
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TM!
I HALL BOHRMAN,
se2B-6t 606 Cherry street, Philadelphia
INTINDOW BASH FOR SALE.-168. lights]
9x14, weliseasoned. Inquire of -
G. S. BENDER,
At Zieder's Liquor store. Market r .; t
5e294 *
ANB"ySUPPLy.FRESH SAIrjgEL
HAS, 1 , 01
; ' to - Dorii ; •a c 0 6 •
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NEW kJ • ORE
YON_. -
FMcbfk 2 iT'LILK,4I.)..PENCIUS,
Af i Soheffer e s Hookstiro '
:10..NGIA/SXI ZZEAKFAST TEL-Lib:eV*
Vlup chest of Eighth Bieaktbsit Tot 4
SIEMER & WRAZIR
{sags to ;tlfm Jr.')'
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AFACE I / I .oUL i ply s Mie4eneestielebrfi
susYq.. 4E4PriOd Deor t .atJ.
- rt • .-Aanik - ag XON.-
IWCONOMI-Xll3B taik.e , tw-tv
Aa huh let tlittooning, at e7=
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flopt6 , - 80, atjanifent
E-uogsTERS' BABILETa4MO Alkw .
JIM ur, suciagiotato li r dDbakai,:•&tikAlbrOlthit*
35 dozen hickory baskets. Prim $6 601:ser. - dostivr. t
rl VIIMSE.--Ohrgoe nor, ma effle., Just
Vilbalved as Dile) ilialllll`6lcogaPEß. I
749741000URPER
ES
The JrLiVstone :State
SECURES' THE' ARCH OF 'FREEDOM!
• .!; - T. • •
renniyiiairia Greexiiig
in , Favo of tie Unit)
•.? _L:. • alo
30 000 aro
By t 4
FOR LINCOLN A.Nb JOHNSON
IMIM
A i4e Atop,*- : 3 / 47 -‘' l top. press y1ia 7 . 73 .,ni. o_rn . l.
in& we /axe no.tbne.44.oliter AnOn 'eXtendecl
review of the election held yesterday. It - fs
kagracienffor us to know and to announce tto
our readers, that the re-election of Abrahat
Lincoln is not merely a triumph—not merely
an overthrow and defeat of a political oppq
nent, but an overwhelming, brilliant, glen° '
and complete ' success; { 'Ey, which , treaso I
and it's: liellish sympqtntens have ' be t
forever defeibted.. In , thin grand success, Pe -
.sylvania has done 'hei, full Ware. Her lo
peoplelave increanik, :4 to so 4to r
Aer it out orkikr4_ ~ :,*ticovagy, ,-:
I
coin on the resident and noldiers' - vote owl,
bined, will not be lesk-thanihirty thousand!
PHILADELI'IIIA. ' - ' 1 -
Eleven wards show Union gain 924';
,S4t4IF
majority will be ten thousand. ;,
Reported returns from. Net* York -
cept one dtstrict, give Democratic - ma dri
33,707.,
• Teritli'ward, Union, 1,461; Union giall 256.
Twelfth ward, Union, 107 ; 'Union gam 20.
Foutteenth ward, Union, 1,155' ;Union gain
229. Fifteenth ward; Union;' - '10:14 ; ; 'Union
gain 218.
Union majorities--Second ward, 172 ; gain.
62. • Ninth; 257; gain 17. Thirteenth;, 826;*
gain 146. Sixteenth, 25; gain 6. ' Demn-.
cratic majorities—Third ward 236; Union
33. Fourth, 1341; Democratic gain
Fifth, 135; Union gain 162. Sixth, ;it
Union gain 79. Eleventh, 215; Upioh'_fo*
358. Seventeenth, 1114; Union 'gam - 20--'
Reported returns from all but two wardk10:8:::
Union majority of 10,200: Union nnijrl4l-'
ties-First ward; 1929; gain 60. RigiiteVith,
1,375;.gain 269. Nineteenth, 151; gain 44;i-
Twenty-sixth, 767; gain 123.
Union majority in the Twentieth iviird'99sl;
a gain of 203. Twenty-third ward Union mom ,
jority 400 ; a gain, of 11.
This completerr4he nity, making the Union
majority usp.,
DAUPHIN COUNTY.
Harrisburg—First zmajok
ity 68plastieleetion 81. L •.; q;. ;I • fl,;.
Second ward—Lincoln 11 majority; Denm r ,
cratio majority last election 14.
Third ward=-M'Clellan's majority ; lelst
election 4C •" ' ' j •
• I
Fourth' iii4 7 d.' Y rejaliO'iikl k &i 'hist
- • •‘ 1,
fth-Wax•lL-Llildolnlajiii4.o,g4;hisichic
-B§l3. 24," ' '' l, -E••• • •• dt , , _
Math waild-11. s nv4oity . s2; Lincoln ,
gain - 6.' ''''! ,
Susquehanna tOthis) ll l 3 7 majority
180;1ga - election 155. ' •
•majOiltY 0
election 4,7 i, ' • • • , j ,
.• ‘• ..'J:
Detliy= 'ineoln'ts Me .jotity Mr gam 01.,
Ettit'Lli4dOrideiTY - o: 4 iveCtigiton of T for ihR,
"' •. ' :41 ' • 1
6 : 8 E 4 / I kb iiieW."Union gaifi ,
Millersburg gm! Union majorit,tl .
of 22: • . 1 '• - " • • - ' • • •-•—
trptl'eil l aitirV r iciwiiship giVes: 18 majtaility
for M. Clellßi; gain 058; ' • ' c •
Lower FrOatai.t,.gives a Union majority 1. 1
105; Union gai n of •
Halif4 tgiviJe. atlNgslllian t! Majority of
Union , gt i nti
•
• • PRANkfirt( COUNTY. •
• chP:mbersburg 'giros a Union majority Okt.
" . UNION COUNTY, •
Glves a Union majority of about 460: At
the last election the Union majority Vas 301.
„Fia4343.opi t rzar i,.. l ..
Gives Lincoln eight thourkind rnajlt
ity; a gain 0f,.p,000. , „ _
4ABIS - COMITY
Gettysburg gives 80'inajorik for imaco4u.
New Oxford gives Or'Majorit'y for arOicti tan.
Gettyabiirg-- - -Oriticiiiiia.shows a Union wain
of 23. r.APIIIO 'NA
BK,c3AUNTY. •,
. TPvi n caii 110
milliner gives - • 'ty for. Drelellairt.
, woo) major]. •
• Igr .‘"'" a -u on 'majority 110,, a
,•! Hanover borojio,Uni on
gpiER comMl4Wo-.
stetbows a of 60 .0 ; 2a• trnion '
over - ,15 i ibis •
„500• •
fain
-
over 400.
is
vouNTy.
C l ita M hie:Majority; a
kias-of. 20e.r.*: 77
‘` ' likralka/iON ,Col:=.-.:
IrlAi. tiwcwitrd; riebtua*lrrciuglL givet
98 m Lingalni a gain
ThatftlYagevaßPenzaatafialEA9
ornwa vvOiszA.,Peio
°ratio gain of 7.
.' . .,.•,i..,...-t i
c:. • i- ff.; ,
=
Swatoint ioNrwt . I t iAtpg* 209 ma
jprityo7,l4o,n gain. 42.
dived abokit 1';027 Union 'inalforliti::' Union!
611, TlitilD3EilLAND - bolllsT i rt
NiSzthttinberleaa , lioiongli ;gives 28 maierityi
for - ,
Rion!. itoy4s . hip -gives 115 •()r the Unkrn..,
Point townihip.gives 4 forlleCielhtn.
SuritittlY girtes 138 for the trident:
` - ' I iVASTNIOItgIiAND COUNTY. '
The Denlocirailiel niajbriti estimated at
2,200...: ,
. .NOATHAMPTON • QOUNTY.
FreerosuisbriN,gijegA'Clellip l 0 major {y,
Demooroitic gun 7. ' • • •
Three .wards-of Eavtiiicsho* a-Union wit
of 37. , ,
• 13
r).IT- A Pn i g %
Saxton .1434 aimeratic ma
ioriV;3;449-1110i4icki , , 1
i.—,..1441 . 015We1t POUNTY.
Seventeen iliotricts,,inelw.ling the city, giv
jo;Jiiii r M gain of 544:' . The Majority in t,
county isralli4 kgagtioni. -•- • -
Lancaster city, Deinootatic majority .1
Democratict gain 541
Eight 'mil districts show over,
200 Union.
gain; , large Union gains :thronkhout nit?
0AX11.11.14. COUNTY.:
Frardrii/A township, Union piajoritys; Unica?.
gl4 " l: ` U
E;RW:COtliat. "
Mriii-I;emifity gives 'Aneroid 284 majority;
:Unioa.gaim 85' :
Qt ,ei:A9wnships gi-Y0 "Union. gOlis•
• 0:1.4491EF4TY-.o o lThinc.
lITTEIIII/11414QV.
kriegkoliY on - hoi)2o Nilte gibes LinbOl4
eight'to nine thin:wand- ifiajerity.' - •
- The soldiers•will increase it to over elev.
A9Ftsand• . •
~ 1 - ineolrestnajority,in the city will eceeeil
ten,t4eneen4l,,ft , gai l lk of 0x9Y. 3, ..4 0 w46 3243
41 - • 1 ,
I.I , TIATA cpuNint... . ._ •
arifflin bbrongli 6 maiority for 11`CleTteri
Union gain - of' 10. Fermium& townsliiiall
ittsjOlitYlotLirteOht ; Uniontgain of 11. De -
, awaroloVMslaip 71 for Lixteillri ; T.lnic . n.F,gain
qf 16 5 Walker. . to7 - mffiip .21 for Lmcciri;
trpron, gain of 3 .
IfTCOMING COUNTi". - "
Willituivort gives OTT:lnion majority. 1
BRADFORD COMITY. 1
Troy gives 68 UmMi'majority.
. .
i S ix
, e r BERK.,,S COUNT Y. '
- x **Oda in`lllea•llllggive - a`l:lMou gain if .
One West Reading--Lincoila 117 'intriailty;
Union gain 23. , -
~:, ' '
,-
soraThaarox,.,o6:lX#
i
114°J , , .$l4/ 3 4.Ritts, • . 4 440 - bei- ,
• ~‘ - - ' • re%Tri: • °Yr. 1. - ljtii?? l '?121'51.1241
.L-J•,:CARBON COUITTIL • •
cit;a:l7nidS
~-,1 )•, - - "
_
The soldiers in. Camp: Curtin voted as fill
, .
iOWS, MU:
BrOlellan
-Majority for ..
BY TRESUSQU tral'lNA - "rallE• ' I
A Tiniorigain' of q boroughin'thborough of Will'
liamslibY
TJUicai &Ain' Ockbiling - Oft .13,54 • 350:'
•,
'Unioqn 2
' 514 Union.
Brinbtry gives
. "Upper Augusta bownsidP; Nottlitunbeiland
'-county, : giveS"lrGlellair.:2o majorityv - Unibn
Milton boionglr giiss e,Union gain 'of. 29;
Union majority 112.
• Liverpool borough' ;and. township, ;Petry
boitrity, gives it Democratic': majority of $9;
Deiriocratio gain.l9." 4 ' • i
•ZAi th ori. County Will /give' about 600 Ernie"'
libr
Majbri. - -- • • -
• ty umberland borough--Deraberatic iga
.joriq 28; Democratic. lass 8.
Point .gaiiiMaltip.,Korthioniberlarid connty—
Democratic raajority 4; Deniocriitic 10;
Union gain; Muncy borough 12. : '
Pittston; :Luzerne'courityt-Demooratic gain
29.
West Pittstoit--Unioninajority 108 ; ' Union
owl* . • ; ;;;..
Wilkesbarre—Union ,- :raajority 55; Union
t. • -
• ; -0 9 3 xtib - tu4? 9° 1 011: 61 PPWIt - Y --- Unien
ricr* . .
•
,Danville--vTon i rriaji,4ritY 62; Uniongai'usl.
Wflkesliarro •tOwiiiihip, lamellae county-' 2
De critic majority 308; Dernocratie . gain 81.
13111ifolite'biirCw124" U - nion ' majOrity 40;
prg, Vedini losa g.
CentrieCo'imiZOlnibir majority
13 ; Union gains. rc, • '
rrie , towrifittOPEPirtg` 4341(ttr e-Zbintrkty* Dodgs,
-11u,ston; Spring;wUniimi•-dhaid 'North; give a
iiion-Majonity of -D3900 - tiorilain
friooki ItaVeti tiorot4hi -33enistuutio!majority
21; Lock Haviiii,4l4m;.; 22 ; 'Union;
gain.B7. ,Totiritownships,.Clinton couhtr
'Rnion gain. - 123. "
..:: • Troyboxough VniQn.o3".. majoxi . tir. .;
, Eludra city and torpthiip' Kraioxi Inajoiify
205.
Atlung borough *p, iD 9 mo c iatic :61;
Vac* gain 12.
f lirpntrose--Unionznitilei - 4).88; gain .24. :
- boTpuglizr-14Mori. majority 92;
Union:gain 17. . .
Great Bend iownshiii-L-11nien"majority 84
Union gain 21.1' • • • •
:guiigneharina borough—liniom. majority 8.
NieholeonbOrbith--Diiraocnatie....majerity
88; Democratic gam ' Pelirusylvat * is generally conceded as hav
ing given her vote for the Administration.' •
, : rjrN - C?C'N-y-f ALL. 4 0 .1917 ,v,:
Cincinnapi, bas sO - olteri by a, 'Jo •.of
Over 5,006 for Lincoln. ",
r Southern, Ohio shows Union gainkOierOe
i
tOber election. - 'Pen lib:) . ia has been beaten ,
by over 2,000 maid
.' . - : -, !::: 1,-
Stettbenvittsieity : . nion , maijolity , so& ; .
Cleveland city oompfeto 934;133ei0n gain. of
149 cal the OilitioboLT9* )- 4 I,' „,.;.
Sprirsfiela, Ohio gives Lingo*Cwi--Najor
_IOUFFAIII,of 4 1 00,49ur, , P4-t* -*l : 6 o '. Z e l l
T. here are thiion - gash iti a ll toNnisig# it ,
fro 02.•
Ter1110111 v ' : '
towns 404 7 iXH), 6ifou
orate,
MIEffE
NW
L.:. "
. ev: :A
14)
!.,-;
vuo -TroiwiariTsl
. : „tit
PHILADELPHIA CITY
ESE
01 - 1/ PIN 88 0 . 11/C l l
Ina , fit 2. : • • Tee
!` to:db , • - 1!..td0-
tradiad for refold& ce: "
661r-Your -Saes or bes dwiatitate -sae-halt square.
F ir bl it Zar :4= fi
Vroir==.
One dayday day..
.. 60
Tip? s , bo. mirk -1. 00
Tkede days ...... 74 1 dirge aaytt, ' 26
One week .. , week - 225
(pv% .
AD 4..N0uth... t , 000
'4 50 ' mcdithi • ' '9 00
.Titeett tiandhs.....::, 5.60 „Thregftqaths........ -a 00
Six mouths 90 Six months 15 00
Oa! year ': x'ls OP 'Oita year • 26 , 00
Admittistiatioe Not'tees. l . 2-75
Marrillge Notlcei ' ' II • • '76
ME
•
:..:
•)1;:q
Auditor's Natee5.........
. .' —. .1 1.60
Funeral NoticeN each . , -.lrontion t 60
war Butnegszaticee• inebrted in the Local Colima, or
befon3 Muria, ges and imaftxuijilr CF.47•8 nua Lunt for
each inii9r.ti c) n. •
ROLLS UP_ 80,000 MAJORITY
The indications from the State make it cer
tainihat the Lincoln electoral vote has a ma
jOrity of about;3o,ooo.
The M'Olellan majority in the city will not
exceed 35,000 L.
The city of New York gives nearly 35,000
majority. This is considered small.
'Saratoga give.s ..... ..221 for Lincoln
Portland
Mechanicsville.
Amsterdam
ii4nsterdam
Albany
Troy
Littla
Schenectady...—
Mason
=ill
Herkmer 134
Lyons. - ' 94
Elmira gives 205 Union majority
MASSACHUSETTS
Endorses the Government by
70,000 Majority. •
Returns froth this' State r initeitite that the
majority fol. Honest lAbrahain 'Will reach 70,-
000.
LATER FROM MA SRAORTISETTS
MassaeittiaettaTruiou majority 75,000: gain
of 35,000. All CongrennipaalPistiicts.
.
AGAIN TRUE• TO HERSELF !
The few retureb so'far received make it der
tain that the Electoral Vote.of that State has
been cast for ,fi.braham Lincoln. The major
ity Will'aceed 30;0011
Gives the, Recreant SJdiers
the Oo Shoulile;.
. , .
New Jersay-.Delaware t.ownship, Cambria
county, 97,Union majority; Union pain 4.2, ,
Cape One " township, " Union 88 ma
jority, 't
. • Ll -
The returns.froin this State are not com
plete yet, "Ada la generally conceded that
she has repudiated tqaittle Mac."
Little .11lielatware
CLOSES UP. THE REAR.
• - t
' Privete-dliTathhes.nay-Velavnire , gives Lin
coln her electoral v.otemL,r. , , ' _
Philadelphia Union el4be are parehEttg the
streets; bernocratie he.iidgutirten darkened.
93i
SPEAKS FOR-:OLD, ABE
The city of Baltirnore &eat ti totijority • of
over 10,000. :.This secures the State for:Abra.
hare Lincoln. -
THE LAND OF STEADY HAB-
This mible- State, 'always' true M herself,
has endorsed the Government by nearly
20,000 majority.
, • Ormtar..AND; Nov. - 6
Lexington 612 majoritzrfor Lincoln.
Covingtint 601 majOntY for Lincoln.
Fahoorah 69 Lincoliismajority:
Parisi gives '3l'ololl4n 63 , majority..'
Cynthiana 126 ACCilallaa majority.
aine
ALL 'HONEST •& •TRITE I
In Maine 2a towns gave .Lincoln 6,000 ma
jority..
NEVER FALTERS.
Returns nearly complete shoir 5,00 a Union
majority.
Ohio and Indiana.
Scattering returns frpni Ohio and Indiana
show Triian gams over the October election,
and indicate that Lin Coln" his carried `dig two
States by heavy majorities.
New Hampshire
The
,
"Granite -Stateon, . Hand!
One bxaulred towns give 1,700, piktri ma,
Flour quiet;. 8,000, blabls sp10; : States 6 65
(a,lO 45; %Jo Ailani soxern ow.
15. Whent quilt 1;100"bns ""sold ; - Weitern
38@2 4.l;lunber Miehitin $2 45: Corn
this.advanced. I:dent; 750 , bushels sold at
$1 69.Begl.firra. Pork steady ; mess $4 l 50
® 4l 75,. Lard firm. Whisky dull
%ransom Nov 8.
The'markets are dull and there is 'very lit
-tle defog. Ohio extra flour is quoted at
$ll ,75. • Groceries , are firm with , an. upward
tendency • Whisky tam at Si 79.
New York Stook Naiketo
Nay YORK, Nov. 8.
Stocks steady; Chicago and. R. Aooi
Cumberland Preferred 50,i; Illinois Central
scrip 127/:; Bfichigan Southern. 732; - New
York Central 126; Ileadihg 186; Geld 247-4 .- ;
One Year Certificatea 1451 / .5-20 CAiupona 1001;
Reglatere.44kkgati;.,Co ll Poß 6's mfr
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AM En— en lifoador.
He
• ' C.44...eLliftjfare93s.
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• pia)
ptrfiE SWEET dthER 1 411'6414 iisLtity at
.-.:etmatiarkadirsiro
New Tork State
FOR THE' UNION !!
• : NEw YoRK, Nov. 8
_lOOl
:.139
. 139
2,300 for fil'Olellan
900
:226
229
217 ."
INDILtITA.
New Jersey
PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 8
MARYLLND.
COMIECTIGUT,
.rr ..
ALL , K.
bE T J CKY.
Rhode Island
D., Ohio, Nov. 8
Markits by Prelegrarph.
Nkw Yetz, Soy.
El