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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

BRYAN'S TASTELESS VERMIFUGE To quiet The riot Of worms—the vile scourges The Vermifuge give, And, as sure as yon live, They'll get their discharges. What is Bryan 's _Vksmfuob? Simply a pare and tastcloss Vegetable Curative. No child can be harmed by itno worm can survive it, no mother should be without it, no words can express its value. Price 25 cents. Sold by _Gco. Beegner. _jy20

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

0n_£dol _JXrikts. Da. McCuntock ' s Cold and Cough Mixture, the established and standard remedy lor Cougb, Cold, Influenza, Hoarsenessand all irritations of the mucous membrane of the throat, palate and nose, Is endorsed by physicians, and all who have used it, as a _preparation that has no rival in the field. Price 25 cents, _jjold by George Bergner. jy20

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

Hollowat's Ointment is a Mightht HsAua. The angry wounds and inflamed and Irritating ulcers that cause continuous agony to tbe sufferer are removed, and the pain assuaged, by the application of this great healing remedy I It eradicates the poisonous particles from the flesh, and effects a perfect and permanent cure. Sold at the manufactory, No. 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and by all Druggists, at 25c, 63c., and SI per pot jy27-dw*sw-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

0T" Dh. Jas. _McCuhtock's Pectoral Strdp. Are yiur lungs weak? Does a long breath give you pain? Have you a hacKing cough? Do you expectorate hard, ough matter ? Are you wasted with night sweats and want of sleep ? If so, hire is tour remedy. It will un questionably save you. Price $1 00. Sold by Georoi 3erg.yer. mar7-dAw4™

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

NOTICE. A PAROCHIAL RESIDENCE being about to be erected in connection with St. Patrick's church, Rev. P. Haher offers for sale tbe place In which he resides. _Application to Rev. P. Maheror Major Brady. P. kAHER. Mau3d, 1860. tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

ffltfltll HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC) REMEDIES FOR _THfi PEOPLE. HEAR WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY. _tTcieBor riuM The undersignednavingusea nu» »»« SPECIFIC HOMCEPATHJC _REHSDHCS In our fwniHes with the most satisfactory results, and having full confidence in their _genoineness. purity and efficacycheerfully re commend them them to all persons who wish to have safereliable, and efficacious remedies at hand lor private or domestic use. The Bev. Wm. Hosmer, editor of "The Northern Inde: pendent" Auburn, 1*. Y.;theKev. K.H. _Creray, D.D., Rector of St. Peter's ChurchAuburn, N. Y.; the Key. a. 1. Ives, Chaplain of the Auburn State Prison ; toe Rev. Spencer M. Bice, Bector, New Bedford, M_*_ss.; the Rev. Allen Stoele, New York Conference: the Rev.Samuel Nichols, East Genesee Conferenoe.N. Y.: the Bev. P. »• Pratt, Dorset, Vt.; the Re». John B. Roble, Buffalo; A. c. Hart, Esq., l/llca, N. Y_, the B«mNeal J)ow PofU'J_^ Me.;the Hon. Schuyler Collax, South BendInd.jtho Hon. George _Hnmphr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

_Wvq (§oabst $ft. iMi_^RTANT TO PURCHASERS 0% DRY GOODS. SPRING OF I860. SPRING OF I860. W E HAYE JUST OPENED, AND have ready for Inspection and sale, one of the largest and finest assortments of every article in our line, amon which will be found Bleached Muslins. White Flannels. Unbleached Muslins, Colored Flannels,' Bleached Drillings, Corset Jeans, Unbleached Drillings, Ketucky Jeans, Colored Drillings, Satinette, Canton Flannels, Velvet Cords, Tickings, Cotton Table Diaper, Hickory, Cotton Table Cloths, Bed Checks, Crash Towelings, Shirting Checks, . _Connterpaines, linen Table Diaper, linen Table Cloths, and everything in the DOMESTIC LINE of all QUALITIES andPRIOES. MENS' WEAR. CLOTHS, GLOVES, SUSPENDERS, CASSIMERES, CRAVATS, SCARFS, VESTINGS HDRPS.U KIDGLOVEa _^ UNDERSHIRTS, COLLARS, BOYS'UNDER SHIRTS, DRAWERS, smRTFRONTS,BOYS DRAWERS, HOSHSRY, _SATDX STOCKS, NECKTIES. In this BRANCH we have eveiything of all STYLES And PRICES. LADIES' DEPARTMENT. Black Silks, Fanc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

DR. MGTT'S CHALYBEATE RESTOliATlVE PILLS OF IKO_^. Ax aperient and Ston.achic pre]wmtion 01 IRON purified of Oxygon and Car ben by combustion iii lljdrogen. Sanctioned by the highest Medical _Autboriues, outh in Europe and tie United ciates. ai d prescribed in their practice. j The experience of thousands daily proves that 110 preparation of Iron can be compared with it Impurities of the blood, depression of vital energy, pale and otherwise sickly complexions indicate its necessity in almost every conceivable case. InnoxiouB in all" maladies in which it has been tried, it has _proved absolutely curative in each of the following complaints, viz: In Debility-, Nervous Affections, Einanclpa tlon, Coiisttpa_^lon, Diarrhoea, Dy»entery. Incipient Consumption, _Strofnlou_« I_'nuer- • _oolosl_*; Salt¦' _Rtieum : 9Il8iiieii*_lruatio>i, _V|UUtesClilopoals. Liver ComplaintsCUro life _HeaflacIifeS, _RU_6»i»mttBi», iiuc.iittltteitt Fevers_^.JBlmples.ori_: the JPace. _A;c. . In cas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

The attention of Invalids, Physicians, Clergymen, scl-, entitle men, and the public generally, is respectfully solicited to the merits of tots ebemical preparation_^ containing Iron,8ulphur and Phosphorus, and which is Idontical In its composition with tho Hematto Globule , or red blood: In all diseases accompanied with Debility, pale countenance and nervous derangement, analysis of _tbe blood show _^deficiency or the red globules. Ruddycomplexion and a rosy tint of the skin, is always indicative of health ; while a pale, wax-like skin ai)d count* nance,—wblch;evinces a _deficiency of the red globules,— nccompanies a diseased organism. Preparations of Iron have been given for the purpose of supplying th« red globules, but we contend that Iron ' au>ne.S«iphur ~ _ilone_, or Phospnorus alono, will not meet the dencienoy in every case, but that a judicious combination of acl these elements is neceg3nry to restore the blood to its normal standard. Ibis point, never before att...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

_zz_^_i. JftrifuaL JUDS OH'S Mountain Herb Pills. rpHE inventor and manufacturer of' 'Jud-I son' s Mountain Herb Pills," baa spent the greater _iSrt of his life in traveltog, having visited nearly every country in the world He spent over six years amon the Rocky Mountains and of Mexicoand it was ti»ue that the" MoraTAraHnffl Pius" were _discovered. A wj interesting account of his adventures there, you will find in our Almanac and Pamphlet. Itls an established fact, that all diseases arise from _IKPOTUS BLOODI The blood is the life 1 and when any foreign or unhealthy matur gets mixed with it, It is once dtetetnted to Bvery organ of the body. Kvery nerve _^e_^ _tba PotajM, and aH the vital organs quickly _comptato.v ^***™* wUl not digest the food perfectly. The _j^« ««« _» secrete a sufficiency of bile. Tfce action <*<*"*_%_"' weakened, and so tbe circulation is _leeble. The lunga b_« come clogged with tbe poisonous maUer: hence »oouga -and allTrom a slight frapurlty...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

Mtintal THE OBIGIKAL AND O_^_IiUIHK DR. TOWNSENO'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF S ARSAPARILLA, is The Great _Renovator of THE BLOOD. THE SOVEREIGN REMEDY FOR EKUPT1OKS OF THE «KI1N, ULCERATED SOEES_, AND ALL FORMS OF CUTANEOUS DISEAb'Ee. These complaints can bespeCUily aui! _< ll_^_ctiialo cured by the use of tnis WORLD RENOWNED SAB SAP A BILL A. Thousands have experienced its salutary _cHecu>and tens of thousands have witnessed it, until it _nas ceased to be a question among the intelligent portion of the community_, _r When the Blood becomes lifeless and stagnanteither from the effects;of Spring weatberchange-of climate, want of exercise, the use of a uniform salino diet , or any other cause ; this compound Extract of Sarsapariilawill BXNKW the Blood, carry off the putrid humors, clkanbb thcsroxACH, REQVLA1E THE BOWELS, And impart a Tone of Vigor to the Whole Body; TO THE PUBLIC. The public ar» hereby notified that the preparation ex, tenslvely known as Dr. S. P. Townse...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

THE ONLY PKEPABMON HAVING PROOFS SO 8TROKG AND DIRECT AS TO EXPEL THE DOUBTS OF ALL. FOB STATESMEN,. JUDGES, EDITORS, 'PHYSICIANS of the oldest _scnools as well as new. give in their unqualified sanctionand recommend it for all cases of eruptionsand-diseases of the scalp and brain ; but all who have used It, unite, in testifying that it wil _preserve the hair from being grey, and from _fallinn to any age, as well as restore. Read the following :— ; ¦ ' _; ¦ ' ¦ " ;;" Oak Grovk, 8.0., June 24th. 1869. Prof. O. J. Wood : Dear Sir:—Your Hair Restorative Is rapidly gaining popularity in this community. I have had occasion to lay prejudice aside, and give your Hair Restorative a _perfect test :— During tile year 1864 ,1 was go unfortunate as to be thrown from my sulky against a rook near the roadside, from which my head received a most terrible blow; causiBg a great deal ofirrltaUonwhich communicated to the brain and external surface of the head, from the ef-; fects of which my hai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

£inc0 of _QLxavd & _trans_^_ortot toi i i flu liiS TO NEW YORK! SHOHTEST IN DISTANCE 4ND QUICKEST IN TIME Between the two cities NEW YORK AND VIA BEADING, A1LENT0WN A|_f 1} i. jE ' ASTON. MORNING 2XPKKSS, West, leaves New York at 6 A. M.,.ttrri_*ing atHarrisburg at 12 46 noon, only 6_& hours _between the two cities. HAIL LINE leaves New York at 12.00 noon, and ar rlV»£4t _Harrisburg at 8.S0 P. M. MitfRNINO HAIL LINE East, leaveB Harrlsburg at _S._MA _^ M., arriving at New York at 4.80 P.M. _L _^_feBN00N _^ EXPRESS LINE, East, leaves Hariisbcrgat 1.16 P. M.. arriving at New York at 0.00 P. M. _Copecllons are made *t Harrisburg at 1.00 P. M. with tlw Pa_^_ie _'nger Trains in each direction on the Pennsylvania, Cumberland Valley and Koithern Central Railroad. ¦ All trains connect at KeadiLg with train, for _Pottsviile and Philadelphia, and at Allentown for Mauch Chunk, Eaaton_,&o. i Noehange of Passenger Can or Baggage between New Yotj k 'and _Hariisburg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD! FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FROM PHILADELPHIA, r\N AND AFTER MONDAY, JWNE \J 26th, 1860, the Passenger Trains on the Pennsylvania Railroad will depart from and arrive at Philadelphia and _Harriaburg as follows :— EASTWARD. THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves at 1.16 a. m. and _' arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.10 a. m. FAST LINE leaves at 6.20 a. m., arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.10 a.m. MAIL TRAIN loaves at 1.00 p. m., arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.00 p. m. These trains make close connection at Philadelphia with the New York lines, SIT; JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leaves at 6.60 a. m., Mt. Joy at 8.02, and connects at Lancaster at 8.60 With Lancaster Train, arriving at West Philadelphia at 12.15 p.m. _HABRJSBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves at 3.60 p. m., Columbia at 6.16, and arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.06 p. m. MT, JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, leaves at 4_*00 p. m., Mt. Joy at 6.11, connects with Harrisburg Accommodation Train East, _atDill...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

MENSJ FURNISHING GOODS ; and Golden hill shirts : AT WHOLESALE LARGE AUD EXTENSIVEySTOCK FOR Till _FATiL TRADE, Of the latest, and most desirable styles, imporu-1 . manufactured expressly for the approaclm « oa... salt. C. B. HATCH & CO.. @"403 BROADWAY ,_^ (One door above thj cor. of Walker St.,) NEW YORK. Give notice to the Merchants li> all section, " of dm 1 i, that their stock of Mk.vs' icRSismsa Gooma ash _<,<n<> Httt 8aatTS la now ready for exhibition, compriin,, full assortment of _UhderOttrts and Drawers, Fall and Winter Glovts, T'U, '- and _Jftmejf SkirtsTies, Scarfs. Stocks, Suspenders Haff Most, Linen Collars, Robes _dt Cliambrt_, '• _IravtUng Shawls. Railway Rvgs, Cardigan Jackets, Mufflers, <£c. Including many new and desirable articles la tiii> lir_.c _i to be found in any similar _cstabllsbment in this c*m - ' All Shirts made at the GOLDEN HILL SHIRT MAN FACTORY,"bear on toe back or ;_tuo Yoke th) _follow s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

A FULL _ASSORTMENT OF MOURNING GOODS. 6-4 _AU Wool Delaines, Tammatan8' Cloths, Lupin's Superior Bombazines, f All Wool Delaines, Lupins'Black _LustreB, (all prices,) Superior English Crovellas_, Brocade Lustres, Tarmaftiae Lustres, Balzarines, _Debegea. SUPERIOR CREPE MABETZ, FRENCH LAVELLA CLOl_^S_, ENGLISH GDSGHAMS, PLADT MADONNA CLOTHS, SUPERIOR CREPE deJSSPAGNE, EXCELLENT DELAINES , 121 cents, SUPERIOR DELAINES, 25 ceute, ::..:¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ FRENCH GINGHAMS, » PLAIN BLACK FOULARDS, SUPERIOR GHENE BEREGE, PURE ITALIAN GRENADHJES, I CREPE FAMAR CLOTHS, ' DOMESTIC GINGHAMS, 7-4 THIBBET FOR SHAWLS, <• ¦ ¦¦ - SDLK FOR BINDINGSHAWia, BEST ENGLISH CHINTZES_, t BeregesDress Crepes, English Mourning Bilk, 41-4 White ahawl Berege41-4 Black Shawl BeregaBlack and White Foubrd Silks, Black apd Purple foulard Silks. EVERYTHING DESIRABLE AND NEW. French Crepes, English Crepes, Love Veils, English Crepe Veils. . Handkerchiefs, White Collars, Mourning Collars, Gloves White Sleeves, MantuaRibb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

AinongtlwandQaBttd advantage* It _posbc«^T.r othersmay be named the _following 1. Its simpUoity of construction, and _ooo«equ«m _iro dom from derangement and need or repairs. 3. Its uneKamjfad rapidity and ease of operation. 8. Its noiwj' <«'_» r-xroreent. 4_> The great variety of purposes to wbio.li u can i,e_, plied, which can be achieved by no other _raectsacii means. And 6. The Preeminent autrn and dotunuty of tho _*_- ,„ OFFICE AT THE EAGLE W0RK_8 Also at _KETTS DAGOBRHBAN ROOMSTl-ri a Market, where a Lady is to _constantaueudanct i,, si, Uta operation or the machines, give instructions to _i: chasers, and do all descriptions of family n>«ic_; r ¦•Hies desiring it. RECOMMENDATION. The undersigned,with a _knowlodgo derived from ttc .. or Wheeler ft WHson_*_s Sewing Machines in our re-n.,tr families, cheerfully _certilV to the gicat merit o;r:, excellent instruments. Tnoee tn mtr _poeEessten an< ,-, wtth lacHity, have gtven _detftded _sajtsfKrOoo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

A N E W LOT OF SPRING SHAWLS KE(3E1VED THIS MORNING AT i _Ou_£L_073_S:pA.Xl_^a7'S. 1 t N&LISH _CHALXIS_, of neat Foulard _paterns_, vi--y desirable goods. ' _TRAVBia_^UVG ORBSS GOODS, a fine assortment, of every style and quality, received to-day by ' CATHOAKT &BROTHEH, ; , ;. Next to the _Harrisburg Bank. I JEnQtrLARD SILKS, of very neat style and good f_^A J_^iWBJ ASSORTMENT OF DRESS GOODS of different kinds, at 12>i conts per yard, for bargains ball at CATHCABTS. _tAJ?i_*B5 LINBNS aTaUprices. _OWKIiiaNGS of every kind. _ftpNTEMPAUms, a large stock. These goods lin Uarseilles and Allendalo are much below the usual _^rtocji_'- -_'..-¦ ;¦•-•• ¦ .. ¦ v ' _i. -- • , «A1>KINS to every-quality and pattern. _cuuMfl_^_cawJxWSeyardT_^ I<UlfiJ(BIIjpiEXUN(^S,all widths. _PtlJ.o_^y .CASK, _l_^_gnfcw_, a good article., ,;, _^ Wetave e_^y, arti_^._jrished ,of th_> kind ;to; house \ OATHCABT & _BBOTHES "'**'_* _" / Next to theHarrisbura; Ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

PHILADELPHIA AND HEADING KAIL _JfciOAJ). ratlMMEK ARRANGEMENT. ' . - ON iAJm AFTER MAY_28ih, I860. TWO PASSENGER. _TKAINS LEAVE HAKRISBtRG DAILY, (Sundays exeepted,) at 8.00 A1 . M., and 1.16 P. M., for Philadelphia, arriving there at 1 26 P. M., and RETURNING, LEAVE PHILADELPHIA at 8.00 A. M., and 8.80 P. M., arriving at _Harrtsbvrg at 12.46 noon ant 8.80 P.M. gABES >-Vo Philadelphia , No. 1 _Cmrs, _S3.26; No. 2 (in mum train,) $3.70. • FARES;—To Reading, $1.60 and $1.80. At Betiding, ooHnect with trains for PottavUle , IQnen-Yille, Tamaqua, _Catawissa, 4c. FOUR TRAINS LEAVM READING FOR PHILADEL PHIA DAILY, at 6 A. II., 10.46 A M., 12.8anoon and 8.48 P.M. , LEAVE Wm.ADlM.PHIA FOR READING at 8.00 A. M.. 1.00 P.M., 8.30 P.M., and 6.00 P.M. ' _FABBS :—BeadingtaPhiladelphla, $1.75and$1.46. '1HB MORNING _TRAIN FROM HARRISBURG CONMlUTS AT RKADING with up train for _WUkesbarre PlttstonandScranton. ' For through ttoksts and other Information apply to J.J.CLYDB, mjr28-dtl General A...

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