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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

ORDINANCE. Beit ordained, by.the Town Council of the borough of Harrisburg, That from and after promulgation of this ordinance, any person or persons bringing a wagon, cart, dray, sled, or other carriage, to the Market Square, or Market street, between Front and Fifth streets, or in Second street, between Chestnut and Walnut streets, on Market days, shall, during Market hours, place the same by backing against the barb-stone, outside of the pavement on either side of the street; and all persons refusing to conform to the said regulations, shall, upon conviction before the Chief Burgess, or any Justice of the Peace, forfeit and-pay for every -wagoo f cart, disy_."iflecr_,_; or other carriage, not placed as herein directed, the sum of one dollar: And the clerk of the market is hereby enjoined and. required to enforce this ordinance, and prosecute all persons offending against it. Passed Aug. 20, 1859. WM. H. KEPNER, Pres ' L lawn Council. Attest-DAVID HABRIS , Town Clerk. aug28-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

" . _E _^VT V_^BD AGAINST A RAILROAD Company.-_^or_^ev_^ral days of last week an important case was in prog*«^^ Wore a jury in the.United States Cironit _GaS > in Chicago, Hon. Judge Drummoiia presiding, in which Messrs. Thomas Ely & Co., were the plaintiffs, against the Mississippi and Wabash R. R. Co., to recover claims for alleged dues on contracts from that Company. Messrs. Williams, of Quincy, and ArringtOn, of Chicago, appeared for the plaintifis , Messrs. Fuller & Purple for the defendants. The jury brought in a verdict on Friday night of $18,000 for the plaintiffs. A motion for a new trial is pending.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

To the Be-Brugrged and Poisoned Citizens ' ¦ ¦ OF PENNSYLVANIA. . You are overrun with a d._duge of the vilest compounds in the _tcvm of "Alcoholic Drinks " , that ever emanated from that pest of society, the Liquor Hixkr. They are sold to you as a luxury, or they are dispensed to you as a Medicine, and in either case the effect is the tame There is b at one way to escape, and that is to useas a luxury or a medicamenta sale and reliable stimulant, sold under stamp and sealwhich renders it certain that it has not been tampered with. Such an article is CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL Giff, which is distilled under inspection of the British Govern ment, is delicately flavored (unlike any other Gin) with some of the most valuable restoratives of _theS_^egetAble Kingdomand is bv far the most he tithy beverage extant. The most kwnknt physicians of Kraop_* and Akerica not only recommend its use by the hale and hearty, but prescribe it as a medicine where a stimulant is required. Thb female sbx w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

_DestructiTC Fire at Halifax. SACKyinjs,N. B., August 28. 1 We learn from Halifax, that McKay's stable at Truro haa has been burnt, and that all the horses, numbering ten, perished in the flames. As these horses.,included ihoseA used specially for expressing, the steamer's news from Halifax, to Sackville for the New York Associated Press, it is feared there will be unusual delay with the steamer Canada's news, now near at handi The fire was undoubtedly, it is said, the work of an _incendiary;/and as it may be a part_oi-tte machinery, by _whicjtrsjanie_<fRG_*1s rto_^be perpetratedjn )>_fi8att8Ction .with.the next news from Europe, the commercial public should be more than usually cautious until the authentic intelligence shall have been placed upon the bulletins of the Associated Press. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

later from Mexico. Nbw Orleans, August 23. Vera Cruz advices to the 11th inst., report that Messrs. Hargons & Jecker have purchased the, Tehuantepee TraUBjtr—-Th_ eir agent at Menatillan has _beenjottfetred to engage _~ engiH«6 to re-commence th_^work. ' The steamship Adriatic is to runjfon the Pacific side. ^__1_^^h - • - ¦ ¦ nji_. ii i _i .UIMPl—^^ Ferry Senatorial Nomination. Duncannon, August 22. The People's Convention of Perry county met yesterday, and instructed the Senatorial confetees to vote for Wm_; B. * Irvin_, of Cumberland county, as the candidate for Senate, by a

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

The Green County Republican of las week has a long editorial favoring th nomination of Hon. John Covode, o Westmoreland county as the Amerioai Bfepublican candidate for Governor ii _^60. It cl aims that the West is entitle* _sNhe next Governo _' r, and that the Hon "'^_ffl_^_jpvoDE is the strongest and mos P°P™^^tn west of tbe mountains—om whose - p_^^_tt position and past politica history is _suiffiLt0 harmonize every _winj and interest _oA _^_Q ppdsitioa-in _thfe en tire _Stated X

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

,.„ WHEREABOUTS 0_^ FBJS&ONT.— Cal ifornia papers , report that Col. Fremont's family and household are encamped upon the top of Mount Bullion, two thousand feet above Bear Valley, and about foui thousand five hundred feet above tidewater. The atmosphere at this point is very comfortable during the hottest season The spring at which they are encamped is the resort of grizzlies, and a dispute re, garding the water privileges is quite like ly to arise during the season.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

_GROCEIIIBS, PROVISIONS & TEAS AT T ff_^E NEW ST AND , _IKTo. 123, North Western Side of Market Square r _ulb, undersigned respectfully invites the X attention of tho publio to bis Stock of Groceries consisting in part of Green and Black Teas, I_«af Sugar of-a« qualities, N. O. and Porte Bteo Sngars; Molasses of all qualities, Liquors of all kindsForeign and Bomestic_, _Piokels and _Sausea? _Safear Cured Hams and Dried Beef, Spices, Rio and Java CoffbeGreen and Brown OilsSalt, Pish_^&o*0_i * and all other artlole*"usua»y Iftnna-la large Groceriesall ol which will be disposed of on the most reasonable _Uqrpis. Also, a Uu-g» stock oi China _Ghws Ware.&o ,&o. FamUies wWBnd It U»eir interest to call before _purchasiug elsewhere_, tfuitao_^tf W. L. TBEWICK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

Botts Nominated for President. - ' .. ' Bichmond, Va., August 23. A large meeting of the Opposition was held here last night. Resolutions were passed expressing a preference fonJohh M. _Botts for President, and recommending the holding of a State Convention during the . fall. '-—— ' ' * i .Mfci > . ' Texas Election. Washington, August 23. The _Galvestpn Civilian of the 18th thinks Houston is elected Governor by ten to twelve thousand majority.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

TWO PRESSES FOR BALE. ffWO LARGE ADAM'S PRINTING PRESSES I aTe offered for sale at this Office, at low rates and on accommodating ' terms. The presses have been and are still used in printing the Daily and Weekly Tkligbaph, but the increasing circulation of_%pur paper.compels us to>use toater presses. They will work 16 _sfieets every minute _VerytBasy; and have often worked up to 20, They,; aro both in excellent. order, and adapUdVt© steam or man power. For a country offlot they would answer all the purposes desired. For _particular _aflHreas, GEO BERQNER&CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

large _majty_^. _ Ygurs, &c. _Hug^^^_%n was shot in the head and instantly Killed last night when on his way home, about twelve o'clock. Several arrests have been made and a coroner's inquest is now engaged investigating the circumstances leading to the murder.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

HARRISBURG, P_>_, Tuesday Afternoon, August 23, '59

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

_mHFR ?O _™_srG SLATE. la£iSttb S2fl. ber8 re8Pectfolly announce wtth StoL_^_SiTi H, fUrn i8 _^ aiJd I™10 * _SLATSMOuyiS ^^&SJMvs£us r"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

/^. lRL WANTED—A GERMAN GIRL VX capable of doing the worlc of a small family, can nnu a permanent.place and good-wages promptly paid. by . applying at THIS OFFICE. ¦ au_!8 dtf W AN 1ED.—A good COOK,. Apply at the'-Franklin House," Walnut street. - liberal ages will be paid. . _augitkitf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

_UAROBST _CiRCUIiAiiON.—By a recent fie. ClHlbn ot Ibe HarrUbnrK Font Master, the DALjY TELBORAFH has the LARGEST _CIRCTnLATlON, within the delivery ol the Port Office, or any Paper, Dally o* Weekly, nnbllahed In this place

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

LOST. ABOUT a week since, a TICKET from _JSJU _aurlsburg to New York via Philadelphia. %lt > was part or a _ticlcot issued at Chicago, and used to this place' The finder wiil please leave It at this ' office au_«S2 d2t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

LATEST BY TELEGRAPH SPECIAJL DISPATCHES io iki ' DAILY TELEGRAPH

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

DR. WM. H. EGr T_^E , \ TDBSPEGTPULLY offers his _professional JA) services to the citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity _3&- Office in the "Patriot arid Union."Buildings,Third treet,above Market. ; _^ . _je8tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

MELLONS, OH! /^_IHEAP JOHN has arrived from Baltimore VJ with' a large lot of PRIME MELLONS. Call and see himone door above theParK House, Market street.— Mellons for five cents. ' aug20-d8 _«

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

_TJ1OR _RENT.—A BRICKHOUSE in Third " street above _^orth. Possession given on the first of September. Enquire or A. HUMMEL, corner of Fourth and Market streets. - - aue3S-dlt*

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