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

TAKE NOTICE That we have recently added to our .. already full stock OF SEGARS_, I.A. NORMATIS, HA.RIKAR1. EL MONO, riA BANANA . OF PERFUMERY FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. TURKISH ESSENCE, ODOR OF MUSK, " LUBIN'S JESSENCE BOQUET, _POR THE HAIR. EAU-LUSTRALE, _^ - GRTSTALIZED POMATUM , MYRTLE AND VIOLET, POMATUM FOR THE _COMPLEXION. TALC OP VENICE * ROSE LEAP POWDER, NEW MOWN HAY POWDER BLANC DE PERLES. ; ' OF S O APS. BAZIHPS_.I1NHST. _Moas Eose, _Benjoin, Upper Ten, Violet, ? New-Mown Hay, .: , - _* - '- Jockey _Glubi ' Hiving the _largesfstock aDdbestWortmeDt' of toilet articles, we lancy that we are better able than our com-Peters, to genip a complete toilet sett at anyfprice de-Always on hand a FRiSH stock of Drugs, Mealoines Chemicalsto.consequent ot our receiving almost dally additions thereto. • rr ' KELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY STORE, sep6 Two Doors last ofFonrtta; gr .,_SouUrsfde.

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

The Pacific Telegraphic line. Washington, Sept. 11. The Secretary of the Treasury to-day opened the bids for the construction and use by the government of a telegraph line to the Pacific. The proposal of Hlfani£ftbley_^ representing the Western Telegraph Line, was in accordance with the minimum sum provided in the act of Congress, namely, $40,000 per annum, and $3 for a single message of ten words, with, tbe usual proportionate deduction upon despatches of greater length. Theodore Adams, of Harrisburg, Pa., bids $29,000 per annum for ten years. Orville Clarke, of bandy Hill, N. Y., and J. H. Harman, of Detroit, bid twenty-five thousand dollars per annum for ten years.— B. F. Ficklin, of St. Joseph, Ho., makes three bids :—Firet, $35,000 per annum for ten years; second, $40,000 ditto, and to transmit all Government dispatches at $1 60 for the first ten words, with the usual deduction upon those of a greater length ; third, $40,000 ditto, with a proposition to ran a pony express a...

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

1860_^1 _^ W60. FIRST FALL OPENING _Otf T>**. _"5r ca-o or> si WE HAVE NOW READY A LARGE and HANDSOME assortment of all kinds or GOODS in our tine. New Styles Dregs Goods, Superior makes of Silks, A large assortment of Calicos, Extra quality Muslins, all prices, Best makes of Flannels, do A large Stock of Shawls, Plain and Barred Sack Flannels. Purchasers are invited to examine oor stock, as we are confident we can show them them the best styles at the lowest prices, in connection with the largest stock of DOMESTIC GOODS. Satinette and Cassimerw, Bleached and Unbleached Muslins, Delaines, Calicoes and Ginghams. Drillings, Sheetings and Checks, Pant Stufls, Hickory and Tickings, Best makes of Canton Flannels. Splendid Calicos for six cents Good quality Muslin, six oents. Plain and Figured _Dtlamm12_K cents, Heavy Unbleached Muslins, Fix cents With BARGAINS Jn all Goods of this kind, we only aak an examination of our stock, as we are confident that in pr ices and goo...

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

REAL ESTATE FOR SALE. WnL BE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE at Brant's City Hall, - on TUESDAY EVENING October: 2, J.860a The property, situate m Harrisbu_« fronting on Market _SquafeiSe _inched and «tendtag back 195 feet, more q&Jess to _Riyer alley, adjo-ning on teXS&Et! dwClHn _«h^^ith a two:stor; TERMS OF SALE. One third on the first of April, 1861 when _Dasqmain* will be given to the _purchaser; one th rd on _tbtw * _; Apra, 1862, with interest from April lm and:_«££«* _^d _s_^saasff'1 _'1 * intoWt _^ _isxi C, 0. ZIMMERMAN , BANKING * STOCK , BILL Att>D COLLECTION OFFICE; * No. 28 South Second St., Hamflburg _". BONDS AND STOCKS FQR_, H3ALE>; 3 or-40Q0 _Harrieburg Bonds. I --_« 30 Shares of _Harrisbnrg Bridge _Comply. Z ' ¦¦ • < " "' _%* . u ! -'

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

Ws Eat too Much !—It would be a curious but instructive calculation, says a cotemporary, to count up, in dollars and cents, the amount annually wasted in the United States in excessive eating. We have no doubt that the aggregate would buy up food, year by year, for all famine struck nations in the world. Millions would be inadequate to represent the total. Think how much greater the realized wealth of. the American people would be, if a healthful temperance in eating had characterized them for the last two generations! There would have been, in that event , more than enough to liquidate _oufc whole foreign debt, including all the money borrowed for our railroads, canals, coal mines, &c. It is probable that , on an average, one-fourth of the money now spent on the table, everywhere throughout the Union, might be saved, not only without injury to those eating, but positively to their .advantage. Intemperance in food is almost as general as intemperance in drink once was,...

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

COAL! COAL 1! COAL! NOW IS YOTJR TIMK TO GET CLEAN COAL! Full Weight and Nothing Short of 1 rnHANKFUL TO MY _FHIENIP ' X CUSTOMEBS lor their liben_.1 \ atr<n.B,., ,¦ , i . now inform them and tho public _geueraiiy, il. a fully prepared, on short lotiee to supply tit.iu « kinds of SUPERIOR COAL OF ALL SJZE _IITFREE FROM SLATE, AND CAHEi i SCREENED AT AS LOW A FIGllii;. ' FAIR DEALING WILL _AFFoi.D. Although my coal Is not weighed in *xik-wk<>.u:v BOT IS We._OBKl) OX 8_CAU8 XCCVHATB' V 1fc.T>l_»i 8BAIRR OF WEKIHTS Jk.NU _MurllRls. und chiim.ii:. : rest assured that they will be la ilv mid hiu,'-._; with I sell nothing but tbe very _best an, !¦¦ mixing. ALSO HICKORY, OAK _auii PINK _Wuoii, ;,l ¦ hand. t, Eo. P. wu.-il 6opt3-dSn_> FOR EEKT. A COMFORTABLE I10US3E. in Street between Second audTliiitl, II mi particulars _ocqulre of TflO;'. J. ._lOUiu_'- Sep3tf Wallets

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

DE. VALPEATJ'S CANKEEINE _T_7OR-TJHE ALMOST IMMEDIATE CURE _P or CANKtR in the MOPTH, THRi.AT or STOMACH resulting from SCARLAII>A or T1YHUS KEVMIS, or any other cause—SOiu _N*iPl'ia.S, UlOKAi_>D GUmS, _CDTi, BURNS, BKOXCHIAL _AKFt.UiiU>. NCKSING SOKE MOUTHS, -ORES or all kinds, IMPUhh BHEATH_, K. \ . .. r U ; it Is Che best purifier for the breath _T>_fanythiDg ever offered to the public. To whiten and preserve the teethapply with a brush; it will instantly rtomove all tartar and other foreign substances and leave the teeth as white and clean as pearls. i -Itia _entiiely free fromaoida and ail poisonous substances_, and can be used upon an infant with, perfect safety. It is a yalnablo article for every family to have in the house, as it will remove pain from cuts and burns quicker than «n; thing known. This medicine is cued as a wash or gargle. We will warrant it to give satisfaction in every case. Price 26 cents per bottle. Principal Wholesale Depot, ...

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

5ffto _^_lliDcrtiscjiunts _WHLTE _BRANDY! FOR PRESERVING a very superior article on band and for sale tOW, by ? sepS WM_. DOCK JR. & CO. HAMS!! HAMS!!! NEWBOLD'S CELEBRATED KXTRA SDGAR CORED (covered.) feXTRA SDGAR CUREO (uncovered.) PLAIN HAMS ,.EX!RA.SOGABCURED,aHQULDJ£R3. EXTRA _SDOIRXDRBD DRtKO1!EEF. EXTPA «• " " il (covered.) Just received a large invoice ' of the above, which we offer at unusually low prices. scp8 i . . • WM. DOCK JR. i CO. EARRISBURCr ACADEMY. THE PATRONS of this Institution are informoU that the Fall Term will commence on MOWIUY. OCTOBKIU_*t. sep8-lvr .1. F. _SE1LER, Principal.

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

I_^BMON VALLEY BEAN0H t ' . RAIL ROAD! _Excursion tickets to the dauphin _Ili COUNTY AGRICULTURA I, FA1K, at HARRfc?BURG, on TUESDAX. WEDNESDAY and THURSDAYSep. tember 11th12th and 13th, 1860, will be if sued at tbe following _Btatiocs and rates, viz: TO HARRISBURG AND BACK: FromLeban n, $1.00 •' Annv)lle,.. _fa 85 " , Palmyra, 65 " Derry.. 65 u _Hummelstown 40 Tickets gocd In all tho Regular Passenger Trains for tbe three days. AN EX1RA PASSENGER TRAIN will leavo Lebanon on Wednesday and Thursday, 12th and 13th, at 6 o'clock A. M., for Harrisburg; returning leave Harrisburg at 6 o'clock, P. M. Stopping at Swa'ara, Beaver, _Paxtonl Rutherford'sand all Stations both ways. X_^ _Excnrsion tickets _njuet be purchased of tho _Agents at Stations. Full fares charged in the cars. G. A. NiCOLlS, General Sup't. Reading, September6, I860—8-4td

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

NOTICE TO BRIDGE BUILDERS COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE, 1 Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. J Harrisbi'Ru_, i'epi.' ' TJROPOSALS will be rcceiv. .1 I; JL _undersignod. Commissioners or l>.;i.|!. ; Pa,, at their ouice at HarrUburg, lor tho i_^. wooden bridge scrota Swaiara Cr_«.tk iiear _tl.e vania canal lu the I orbuch of _liUidlfio_*i., - upto the _THIHTEBNTH DAY OP SEPTKMnK-l' - 3 o'clock P. M., at which Ume the _satue wi 1 i ¦ • ¦ lowest responsible bidder or bi.:der-i. Aii i»r-1-bo endorsed on the steciflcuion which cm I thisofSco on application, uy letter or _uti»r' proposals sent shall be scaled aed direct, d ;:. tara Bridge Proposals. Specification- ui._a i'u-In the office of eaid Commissioner'1 All communications to bo _addressed t • _CODNTY COMMISSIONKUS, Hun ' JA.COB BL'KFiX" " johx _s. ml»k;. JAt'OB BUM. ATTEdT :—Joski-h Miixer, Clerk. Alltho weekly papers lu this city will it^;: and cbargo the countv. ¦ *<¦ ¦ ¦

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

_IJJ OR.BENT.--A Two _fc lory Fiu-n situated in Market stre«t. city o: ll-ri Ward, between 4th ana 6:h .- tret u. Ap;_:> ¦ , .. C. O. 7.1M\!_K '; ' sep4 xo- 2S Souib -' <* _^ ¦ ' PICNIC OF THE SEASON THE BRICKLAYER'S ASSOCIATION OK HAKIBegfeave to inform their friede's aud i!;-; Ki'ly, that they Intend giving their FIRST PICNIC IN HAEHNLEK'S U'W On _Saturday sep t; 15th » lBl INAIDOF THE _fElKKOSniP _FfBT ('"• STEAM _ENOISB. Tickets ONE DOLLAK; admitting a !•• 7 ' tleman. _„ Jt&'Ho improper characters will Lc • t!,.t! wrove. _CHARI.E3 KKU.V, S'

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

FOR SALE! SEVEN ACRES OF LAND fronting on Pennsylvania Avenue and Hie Asylum Road. For particulars enquire of (!KO. W. PORTER_, sll-lmd ¦ ¦¦ _• ¦ -.. HAEEISBUKG FAIR _aEOUOTS. fT_\HE PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD I COMPANY will run at intervals throughout the days of the Fair Patsenger Cars from _tlieir t'asscnger station to the Asylum Boad, lor the accorr roodat ! on ol persons visiting the Fair Grounds Tickets for the round trip 10 coots. I _ersons w thout _tlCKets -will be charged 10 cents for the' tinglo trip. SAMUEL ' D. 'YOUNG _seplO SaiUfcast Div. l_'enna. Railroad.

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

The Perry Monument at Cleveland. ; i _Glbvxlakd, September, 11. . The monument to Commodore Perry was inaugurated yesterday in the presence of 30,000 poeple. Fifteen military companies and one thousand Masona_^_jejB in the procession; also, six survivors-of _therrottle of Lake-Erie, and _i number of the soldiers of the war of 1812. An oration was delivered by George Bancroft, and the _concluding ceremonies were conducted by the Masons. Berks County Nominations. Reading, {September 11. The Peoples' convention was fully attended, every township being represented. Levi B. Smith was nominated for the full term for Congress, and.James Mc'Koight for the short term. Aaron Mull was nominated by acclamation for State Senator, and the following gentlemen for Assembly: J. R. Hollow ay, Win. Taylor and Dr.- Jeremiah Trexler. The proceedings were characterized by great unanimity und enthusiasm, .and the convention adjourned with cheers for Lincoln and Curtin, and the whole county ticket. ...

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

PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS! A LAROB ASSOBTMBNT OF _PEEFXTMERY & _FAKCY AKTICL_^ /_CHOICE BRANDS of Segarw—Norm \J Ilari Kari, Sobriuas, La Lcncillei, I ¦•<¦ Lu. bald I, &c. Puro /iqiwrs for Mediciuu' / m , ¦• fermented Wine, warranted tli«- 1 _iirp_,uiit>oi _:ti- ¦ Grape—only un_>d» « triui to fully ro<.utu:u( _n I Prci criptions I'uinfouudeil wiih great c _»re, t JtKiLY'ri HKUU Srosi:. Hi'g31-dhn . No. 6 Mar ot_>ii.

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

_STtro _3ttftttrti0erruni8 PEWS. rpHE "PEW COMMITTEE" of "the I,- Presbyterian church or _HarrlsburR_," will attend at tno church, corner of Third and Pine streets, on ihe afternoons of _WBDNBSDaY and SA1_URD AY of each week, until the first day of next month, between the hours ot 2 arid 4 o'clock, to accommodate persons who may wish to buy or rent pews in said church. Application may also be made to the undersigned_, all CHAS. C. RAWN, Chairman ef Committee.

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

JailjEekpjk HARRISBURO Tuesday Afternoon, September11, 1860

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

_DitH. At WestminEter, Ud., Mrs. E. F. Rek<x, aged 29years, formerly Miss Kate W. _Berrjbill, of tbis place. She died as she had lived—a Christian. 1 he. deceased left a husband and two children, and a large circle of devoted friends to mourn her loss.

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

NOTICE TO _SP_£CULATOUV VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS FOR .S A NUMBER OF LARGE SIZED \'\ ING LOIS adjoining tho Round Hou-v r_.i._i Shops of the Penna. _Railroad Corapatw, *-..' ¦¦ low ana on reasonable terms. Apply to aus30 6m JOHN ' tv. Vi

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

Independent Candidate for Shei AT THE SOLICITATION of many trie I effer roytt'ir to tbe voters of Dauphin count an iufeprndeni candidale Kir the oill.:o ol' _Sbontt nt ensuing eloction. If elorled 1 pledge ir.yi=«lf to <_1>>! the duties of tbe office with _ndality and Imparu: 11. jyl7-dt« JACOB I), in.-,

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

j&m_^_mv -" i-' . _«. ..... _i ... TOE SAXB BT _PBjqI JAMES M. _WHEEIER.

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