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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

MOFFAT'S . LIFE PILLS ABD PHOENIX BITTEKS. _rPHESE " MEDICINES have now been be-JL fore the public for a period of THIRTY YEARSand during that lime have mainialntd a high character in almost every part or the Globe, for tbeir extraordinary and immediate power of restoring perfect health to persona,; sua>rtog.under neariy every kind of disease to whioh the-human frame la liable; The following are among the distressing variety of human diseases in which tha VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES Are well known to be infallible. ' . , DY8_PKPS1A, by thoroughly cleansing the first and second stomachs, and creating a flow of pure, healthy bile, instead or the stale and acrid kind: FL.ATULIiiNCV, Loss of Appetite, Heraiburn, Headache, Bestlessness_, Hi-Temper, Anxiety, Languor and Melancholy, which are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia,-will Tan ishas a pal ural consequence of its euro. COaTlVICNESBby cleansing the whole length of lhe intestines with a' solvent processand without violence; a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

MxBtmantans MRS WINSLOW, An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents'to the attention oi mothers her _SOOTHING S¥R¥P_, For Children _TeethinSt which greatly facilitates tbe process or teething, by soft enlngtha gums,redubtng all Inflammation—will allay ALL PAIN, and spasmodic action, and is , ' SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS. Depend upon it, mothers, .It will give rest to yourselves AND, RELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS. We have pur up and sold this article for over ten years, aud cam say , ur ooNnmKCB and troth, _whafwe lave never been able._tosav of any other medicine—NEVER HAS IT FAILED, IN A SINGLE INSTANCE TO EFFECT A CURE, when; timely used. _Vever did we know an instance or dissatisfaction by any one who used it. On the contrary, all are de_'.ighied with its operations, and speak in terms of highest commeudatiou br its magical effects and _mudical virtues. We speak in _thja matter "what wb do know, alter ten years' experience; _AXD FI.KDOI _OtJH BSPDTATIO1I FOB ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

_fflmdlmuQUB Dyspepsia Remedy DR. _DARIOS HAM'S AROMATIC INVIGORATING SPIRIT. This Medicine has been used by the public for six years , wilh increasing favor. It is recommended to Cure Dyspepsia , Nervousness , Heart-BurnCbiic Pains, Wind in Ou. Stomachor Pains in the Botoels _, Headache, Drowsiness , Kidney Complaints , Low Spirits, Delirium' Tremens, Intemperance. IT ST1M0LATX8, KXHIIARAT8S, INVIGORITK , BUT _WIO, NOT _INTOXICATE OR STUPEFY. ASA MEDICINE it is quick and effectutX. al, curing tnemost aggravating cases of Dyspepsia, _Udney Compluints. and all other derangements of the Stomach and BOwels, in a speedy manner It will instantly revive tbe most melancholy and drooping spirits, andj-estofc the weak, nervous and sickly to healthstrength ai.d vigor. Persons wbo, from the injudicious use of liquorshave become dejectedand their nervous systems shattered, constitutions broken downand subject to that horrible curse to humanity, the _Drubtom Trucks, will, almost immediatel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

Select Schools" for Boys and Girls FR0N1 STREET AJSOVE LOCUS1. THU Fall term of ROBERT M'ELWEE'S School for boyswill opes on the last Monday in August. The room is well ventilated , comfortably furnished, and in every respect well adapted for school purposes.- >¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ _> : •: CATHARINE M'jSLWEB'S School for girls, located in the same building, will open for the foil term at the same time. The room has been elegantly fitted up during-the vacationto promote the health and comfort of scholars. auel6-dtf ' LATEST NEWS!!! D R. S WOPE'S TONIC _FOfi FE7ER" AND AGUE, TT7*ILL CURE the most obstinate.cases Y T "ik twxktt-tocb. hoots." it is also a preventive for such as are liable to this disease. This celebrated TONIC removes all Flatulency, regulates the Bowels, Purifies the Blood, gives tone to the Digestive Organs, am creates an appetite. Bole agent for this city and Dauphin county is Wm Loefflerappointed by me. DR. SWOPE. au9d3m "* ' FOB STATE _SENATOB. T OFFER myself...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

PENNSYLVANIA STATE AGaiCULTiniAL SOCIETY TENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION ON THE ; •_sraOmrft_^_BATTIxE _CrEODOTi" Near _Wilkesbarre, LuzerneCo., Pa. npHE _Gcnimittee of Arrangements take JL pleasure in announcing that In accordance with Che orders of the Executive Committeethe arrangements for holding the next State Fair on the Wyoming •Battle Ground, near Wilkesbarrehave beeu commenced and will be completed at the time appointed. Tho exhibition willopen on Tuesday, and will continue four days , " . SEPTEMBER 26tb, 26th, 27th, and 28th. The grounds, which are most beautifully located, are not. only large.but remarkably well adapted to the purposes of tbe exhibition. They contain seventy-two acres. The Buildings, _Shedding Pens&c, are not only commodiousbut remarkably Convenient, and such additions will be made to them at an early day as will be found necessary. There is also a _flua Track: for Horsesas ' well as every other convenience necessary to the comfort and safety bot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

PRANK A. MURRAY, LIVERY & EXCHANGE STABLE, raiW) STBEET BELOW JEABxk Hq 2SSi?^ chased lhe interest of J. iddttlons _^_hf i£Jte <»»»>ltobment , and made' large _woominZtoLpubjlc _wlVsn_^8 *^te pr8pfHr _^° «r carriage Diih_^H_^D "°. wltb _Scpmuob Hobbu for saddle of thelit_^_rJSi?* Wilh every wta _^ o'VEmCLKS ?erms. nd most _«PP«»ved styles, on reasonable _^_WsKwcT 8 WiU *••««««*«-« with Omnlaffwflf_^i?_,6 _^ 1508 _*8 _^_R FONKRAL OCCAobliging; _arlTenf ' tccom P anled by °*™ru>««> _ft% SX'Si_^T1 _'100 of _"¦ 8tock . MUsflort »>»»» >• in tiw2 ai ot *_°_y olhw _establishmentef the kind FRANK A. MURRAY. _BRANCH STABLE _nere he Is it_^'_^l0Wtil 8treel °»P_™_to Uw Bethel, _pRSEa _audVEmCLks « n ° ._? modate *• ¦»•«»* with ' •• stock is _largeatd _vin _5" Utte" > 0D '"MW_^_teniis. M-dU-rdauJii a _' Taried _»_.""l will recommend itself * RANK _A.MUK&AY

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

Having procured Steam Power Presses, we are _prepared to _exetu'e JOB and BOOK PRINTING of every _descriptor). cbet-p;r tbat it can be done at any other eslablishmentln. the country.» ¦ RATES OF ADVERTISING. ¦ 49»Four _Uius or less constitute one half square. E_*ght WXm oi- more than four constitute a square. Half Square, one day $0 25 " one week 1 00 _t one month... , 2 00 " three months 3 00 " six months 4 00 v one year 6 00 One _Square one day... eo «• _> ono week.... 2 00 " one month 3 00 » three months 6 00 « six months , 8 00 •• one year ., .10 CO 4(9_>BusinesB notices Inserted in the Local column, <r boiore Marriages and Deaths, FIVE CENTS PER LIKE for each insertion. J_9S-Marriage3 and Deaths to be charge 1 as re£U]ar advertisements.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

THE TELEGKAFH IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, (SCND.ATS _KXCKTTEP,) B y GEORGE BEBGNEB & COTERMS.—Sinols _Scbsciuttioii. _t _,n ..,v TKi.KORArai» sorvedto subscribers in the _eSffi*?* *_& »"_"*¦ Yoarly BUb9Cnber8 *1U "C Cl _u«_lv and am-Wwif _Tomhuph. _. .,., ' va malso published twice a wck during TlU! ' «' ' ''X Lcgislaurcaud _w.-ekly _durinis the re'HO a"-'""" ho vear, and furnished to aui_._scribers at the ' Oil0 !_iy _sttb«9per year _i._^fj * :VCB • ' » . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' . ' ...... ' ¦.. ' 15-00 r_"n THB Uf O» _NBWSpipKHS. , _hicrlbers order the discontinuance ol their newj-J.rt_. uSpSwW"" may oontlnueto send them until *l i?_'_/ubIcrg lb * Br " sre _nftt or relua* lo take their newspa-™ ?romtne office to which they are directed, they are ;^iblo unul"they hav settled the btlla and ordered •ham _discontinued

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

H E R RS HOT E1j NEWLY _iUBFITTEt)! I _rpHE UNl_^EBSIGNED haying leased _1_ this well known * and " popular * hotel, In the city of Ha_^_risburg, is now refltUpg and furnishing the same with NEW FURNITURE in the very best modern stylo. It is located in the most _centrtl part of the city, within a short distance of the _drpois of four _cilTerent railroad afld_J alfo1feaPth¥_^teXSpifdf li_4nalng8. -' * The _hoote is large and the sleeping ajwtmenU are weUveritllated. " The TAB1_J: is ' well provided with all seasonable krlicles This city 13 well known throughout the State as having the best _martcet outside of the Atlantic _citiei/_anc' consequently no complaints shall be made on that score_. The BAR has also undergone changes and will be kept stocked with the beet and purest Liquors in the country No _exerHen will Tie spared to make the traveler and sojodrner comfortable 7 in every respect. A continuance o_£ the patronage of the old customers, together: with new additions la respec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

NOT THE FIBST AltRTVALj BUT ABS1VED _Itf ' ptjE TJMJB-TO BE SOLDk AT REDU0Kl> PfilCES, _LYKKN 8 VAL1£Y S1OVE COAL, $'J.6O per ton. « N0T .• _jfa._iio «« Also constantly on hand, LYKEN'S VALLEY BROKEN, " " EGG, CUPOLA AND STEAMBOAT COAL, W1LKKSBAKRE BKOKKN, No. 8 and 4, " NUT. . Blacksmith Coal, Allegheny, and Broad Top. Also, Hickory, Oak and Pine Wootf_£3J!£ ,. E..BYKRS. PVL , _Np«:i(^_LQjj|esi M_^8treet. (_T_>r GASES QLAREf_^_gia_^^_y_^l the iutJ principal brands «_wa._uawes_^st_«aoelved and tor sale _by|. . '....,._ _[ my24 ' WM. DOCK, JB., 4gO0<

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

FAMILY DKUG STOEE. _HpH E UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED _*_£. a Wholciale and Retail Drng and Prescription Store, _^_inn/n"_?F l;ont »»'«»»«. No- _li» Market street,Jately _SWMr - & }y_> W8nre °»nD_» to»nd an entiienew **_hF?AL Olh ^^ Burning Fluid, Ale. hoi Patent _^_aoiclnw,, StaUonery. FancyArtloies 4o., teJ We have the agamy for the _salo of Kline 's Celebrated Artt-?_S. ..Te °l -' _*° wblon W8 wouW mvlte _">• attention of Dentists, i By strict attention to businessand deairo to please we respecuull y ask a share of Public Patronage. ( M r _b_, _n Q. W.MUES. onband * Hftvana Segars and Tobacco _atmjtantiy _ aprftd ' _iv

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

ENTERPRISE AKD LIGHTNING lilNES, _XTOW brings the N. I. DAILY HERALD, i\ TRIBUNETIMES and SUN, to Harrisburg. at one o'clock P. If., and are distributed _uououxblt afterward by prompt carriers. Subscribers -, will be regularly aerved_~with them, by _IeavtaR their address at BERGNER'fl CHEAP BOOKSTORE my28 61 Market street 4 " LAKUJfi assortment of Ai-HUAIS_, of all _pricey whoh will make nltaxle CHRISTMAS I for jonr Udy friends, wil be found at : - BKRGNKR'S _CDEP BOOKSTORE 61 Market Street-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

KEEP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE. That while Henry D. Foster was a member of the Legislature of Pennsylvania, he served as Chairman of the Committee of Ways and Means, in which position his indolence and neglect of duty invoked for him the rebuke of his fellow members, while he only escaped the censure of the Speaker by the final adjournment of the House. Is such a man Jit to be invested with the duties and responsibilities of the Executive of Pennsylvania ? That while Henry D. Foster was a member of the national House of Representatives, ho voted with the extreme men of the South, on the subjects really affecting the interests of white labor—supporting the dootrine of popular sovereignty to curry on the slave labor invasion of free territory, and advance the interests of his party organization. Is such a man entitled to the reputation of statesmanship which his supporters claim for him? That Henry D.'Foster is committed in one section of the State to the slave-code doctrine and free...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

A N O T H E R GRAND RALLY OF THE PEOPLE TOR .. . ' ¦ _' ¦ * .. AND FREEDOM AND FREE LABOR ! A MASS MEETING Of the Friends of LINCOLN and CURTIN, in favor of PROTECTION TO AMERICAN INDUSTRY, and FREE HOMES FOR FREE MEN, and opposed to the present corrupt and profligate National Administration, will be held at EC-AJE_^_K/ISBTJie_/Q- , On Friday Evening, Septs 14th, IN FRONT OF BRANT'S HALL The Meeting will POSITIVELY be addressed by the great German Orator of the West, CARL SGHURZ, ' OF WISCONSIN, AND Hon. EDGAR COWAN, OF WEST_81OEELAND COUNTY. THE WIDE AWAKES Will be out in fall force , with; torches, and l)anners an 4 ™»ke a grand display. It is expected that the Widte Awakes of Lancaster, York and other neighboring towns will participate. Let the ' Republicans of this and adjoining Counties makfe a GRAND RALLY on the oc _casion. PHILIP IRWIN, Chairman County Committee. SELLING OFF *1 AT COST TO CLOSE THE BUSINESS. B EING desirous to close the WALL _TAKBR business In wliich I ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

JOHN W, KILLINGER. While we have omitted to refer to, we have not forgotten the superior claims of this gentleman to the support of the people of this Congressional district. He is worthy of tbe confidence of those who believe that freedom was the normal condition of all men, and that honest labor is worthy of the protection of the government it sustains and supports by its productive industry and wealth. He is the friend and advocate of the American manufacturer—the defender of his interests, and the promoter of his welfare. During the last session of the 36th Congress, John W. Killinger labored with a zeal for the interests of bis immediate constituents, that attracted the attention and approbation of the oldest members of the House. Those who differed with him in opinion, respected his firmness, while even the bitterest partizan on the floor of the House, was always ready to acknowledge the frankness and spirit of independence which characterised the conduct of not only Mr. K...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

MxsttWmuQiis W_^ j _OtMUTtC _* ¦_$ ASOPCRLATIVE TONIC,DIURETIC IHYICDRAfiN& CORDIAL To the Citizens of New Jersey _aii; Pennsylvania. ApothecariesDrugglslsGroccj_, . ..,..,; Privat e S_%mUl«s. Wolfe ' s Fare Cognac Brandy. Wolfe's Pure _Btaderla, Sherry nmi i> ,, Wine." ' Wolfe ' s Pare Jamaica mid St. Cn _^i_: ,.. Wolfe's Pate Scotcb and Irish v_» iu._^. ALL Hf BOTTLES I beg leavo to call the attention of th>* r_, . Onitcd States to iho above Wives _auj Ln<i , ¦ ., by Udolpto _woire, of New Tor*, whof». i,.,:,. . liar in evor . v pin of this country for tfce y ¦ celebrated _Sckixdax t-'_caKAtvs. i!r. W> lie . tome, apeiktug of tbe purity of bis Wirrsn says : "I Will stake my _reputation a_» n tr.s' . ¦ , ' , . ing as a merchii.t of thirty years' rpsidon • . f New York, U»t ali the >-ram>t and Wi, . tot tie are pure as imported, _acd of the t>< -t ¦ _»..;; ¦ , v c in be relied upon byevory {urchaser." _i \ r, ._i ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

Another Falsehood Nailed. The silly charge against Gol. Curtin in relation to his contemptuous expression in referring to the Germans, has been exploded by the very sheet that first started the falsehood. We published the recantation and denial, but our honest and impartial neighbor over the way, who grasp at and gloat over every charge against the Republican candidate for Governor, has not had the candor or fairness to publish the denial. It allows the lie to live in its columns, and adds to its unfairness by re producing another sitty story in regard to Col. Curtin defrauding a woman in Centre county, of a prize she had drawn in a lottery. The story is a falsehood in broad cloth—a mean and dastardly invention, with the author of whom the writer of this paragraph is perfectly acquainted.— A client of the firm, of Curtin & Blanohard had " raffled" a carriage, and he had Bold several tickets in Bellefonte. When the "raffle" was finished, those who were disappointed made u...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

Will our neighbor of the Sentinel-vaaist on Foster declaring for or against Douglas? They have the authority of the Little Giant for doing so, if they can screw their courage to the sticking point. Either Foster is opposed to regular nominations, pr he is in favor of Douglas. We have-the authority of the Judge for this assertion. And yet Foster has a sly hankering after irregularity, which accounts for his changing to the fortunes of Breckinridge. t ¦/ i : j f > A Chicago Letter Writer (Democrat) states that only a portion of the Germans (a very small proportion , probably) of that city are for Douglas, and adds: The Irish population, which is large and influential, are all for Douglas, with barely a single exception. The Irish are absolutely frantic about him, and on his return here there will be yells of delight that will be heard from one end of Lake Michigan to the other. We should expect Irish Democrats to •• yell" since the coalition of Douglas and the New York Amer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

HAIL I MAINE A EEAL REPUBLICAN SUNEISE. ::.l. *L~ > •-> it < ¦ *'* -L , , " ;•-. s ? Washburn Governor by 15,000 maj. » SIX REPUBLICAN MEMBERS OF CONGRESS. Majorities tripled in all the close districts. .» A Republican Senate and House! Insuring a Bepublican TJ. S. Senator. "Behold bow brightly breaks the morning I" ' ¦ • ¦ ' ¦ Maine did a noble day's work yesterday. We had feared that the fierce clamor of the adversary concerning Elder Peck's defalcation and other local issues, and the. desperate exertions of the allied Pro-Slavery factions, would, result in the loes of at least otu of the Republican Congressmen in the three close Districts two years ago, and that the Republican majority for Governor—12,000 last year, when little effort was made and but a light vote polled—might be somewhat diminished. Bat we underrated the strength, not the energy, of the compatriots of Hannibal Hamlin. They have gallantly met and gloriously routed the motley hosts muste...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 11 September 1860

FOR PBESIDENT: ABBAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. FOR GOVERNOR: ANPBEW G. OURTIN_. COVN TY TICKBT. FOR CONGRESS: J_£BN W. KILLINGER, Lebanon. ; FOR SENATOR : AMOS E. BOUGflTBBj Lebanon. FORASBEMBLT:,. / JOHN W ALLOWER, Jr., Hamsburg_, t_^ILLIAM CL ARK, Millersbnrg. j _"fOR_^_S_^_kEfF: _s JACOB D HOFFMAN, Harrisburg. ' ; _fSTr_^_CORMR?_" I JOHN RlNGLAND, Middletown. \ _FbTADpirbTr" JOHN P. RUTHERFORD, Swatara. j FOR COMMISSIONER: GEORGE GARVERICH,Susqueharina DIBEpTOB OF THE POOR : : JOHN RAYSOR, _Susquehann. •

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