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

_JpF " Db. Jas. MoClditock'_s Fkciobal Stbi*. * Are your lungs weak f Does a long breath give you pain? Have you ahacKing conghr- Do yon expectorate bard , ough matter? Are you-wasted with night sweats and want of sleep f _iyJJI|_&.H_^rotm bkkedv-. iv-willun < queBtionabJy,_savflPB_5Price$100. «3oW by GsoRCQt BX9_ONXB. _^ . f mar7-dAw4m } For sale iu the city.of Ha .rrisburg.by D. ' w._l!imsa & , _°9_i.- . .w ' _septj_^_ifwlj /

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

Houowat' s Ointkkot is a Mightht Hbauer. The angry wounds and inflamed and irritating _nlcerstriat cause continuous agony to tlio sufferer »ro removed, and the pain assuaged, by the application of tils great healing .remedy! It eradicates the poisonous pa- deles from, tho flesh, and effects a per foot and permanent cure. Sold at _tha manufactory, No. 88 Maiden Lane, New York, and by all Druggists, at 25c, 63c., and $1 par pot _Jy27-dw4sw-ly - ' . _< : v

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

WIGS !—WIGS! 1—WIGS I 1 1 BATCHKLOEj aWIG8ANi)TODPEE8 surpass all. They are elegant, light, _easy, and durable. Fitting to a charm—ho turning up behind—-no shrinkng off the head ; indeed,, this is the only Establishment where these things are properly.-undsrstood'-aed'inade n Bond street . New. Yotfc. •'_* " marl2-d4wly.

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

m&ucd _HUMPHREYS SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES FOR THE PEOPLE. ! HEAR WHAT TBE PEOPLE SAY. The undersigned hav ing used _Prcfesor HUMPHBEVS SPECIFIC HOMOSPATHIC REMEDIES in our families with the most _satlslactory results, and having full confidence in their genuineness, purity and emcacy, cheerfully re commend them them to all persons who wish to nave safereliable, and efficacious remedies at band tor private or domestic use. . . The Rev. Wm. Hosmer, editor of ««The Northern Inde: pendent" Auburn, N. Y.; tbe Rev. E. H. Crewy, D. IX, Rector of St. Peter's ChurthAuburn. N. T.; the Rev. B. l. Ives, Chaplain of the Auburn State Prison ; the Rev. Spencer M. Rice, Rector, New Bedford, M-ss.; the Rev. Allen SteeleNew York Conference: the Rev. Samuel Nichols, East Genesce ConferenceN. Y.; the Rev. P. _^ Pratt, DorsetVt; the Re_». John k. Roble. _BuOalo; A- C. Hart, Esq., Utica, N. 7., the Eon. Neal DowPortland, Me.; the Hon. _Scbuyler Colfax, South BendInd.rH»e Hon. George Hu...

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

_Ctius of _QLxavtl U _(_ftranroortatioii m m lii route TO NEW YORK! StMBMWBKWBSM SHOKTEST IN DISTANCE AND QUICKEST IN TIME BETWEEN THE TWO CITIES OF NEW YORK A N IK HI _jSlIR_/_IR/ISIBITI&G- VIA READING, ALLENTOWN AND EASTON. ORMKG EXPRESS, West, leaves New York at 6 A M., arriving at Barrlsburg at 12 46 noon, only 6Jlf hours between the two cities. MAIL LINE leaves New York at 12.00 noon, and ar rives at _Harriaburg at 8.30 P. 41. MORNING MAIL LINK East, leaves Harrtaburg ut 8.001. M., arriving at New York at 4.30 Pi M. AFTERNOON EXPRESS LINE, East, leaves Har isberg at 1.10 P. M.. arriving at New York at 9.00 P. M. _Connedious are made *t Harrisburg at 1.00 P. M. with the _Passenger Trains in each direction on the Pennsylvania, Cumberland Valley and Northern Central Railroad. All trains connect at tending with train* for Potbsville and Philadelphia, and at Allcntown for Mauch Cbuok, Easton, &c. No change of Passenger Cars or _Baggvgo between New York and ...

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

The attention of Invalids, Physicians, _plergynieu, scientific men, and the public generally, is respectfully solicited to the merits of this chemical preparationcontaining Iron,Sulphur and Pbosphorusand which is identical Vh its composition with the Sematie Globule , or red blood. In all diseases accompanied with Debility, pale, countenance and nervous derangement, analysis of the blood show a'deficlency of the red globules. Ruddycomplexion and a rosy tint of the skin, is always Indicative of health ; while a pale, wax-like skin and counte nance,—which evinces a deficiency of the red globules,— accompanies a.diseased organism. Preparations of Iron have been given for the purpose of supplying the red globules, but;We-contend that Iron aloneSulphur alone, or Phosphorus alone, will not meet the deficiency in every case, but that a Judicious combination of all these elements is necessary to restore the blood to its normal standard. Ibis point, never before attained, has been rea...

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

DAUPHIN COUNTY AGRIGUITURAL SOCIETY, REGULATIONS For the Exhibition of the Dauphin County Agricultural Society. SEPTEMBER 11, 18 and 13, I860. Prai&ent—JL. Boyd Hamilton, Harrisburg. ViceJPretidents—D. W. Gross and D. D. Hoas, Harrisburg ; James Eider, Swatara; Jeremiah Rohrer, Middletown; A. W. Loomis, HaUfax: Jonas Miller, Derry. Secretaria— John H. Ziegier, John B. Hutchinson, Harrisburg. Tr ¦asurer—3. C. BombergerHarrisburg. Secretary's and Business OfficeunUl Monday evening, the 10th day September, will be at the office of the Pennsylvania Stato Agricultural Society, Second street, above Walnut, Harrisburg. ' ' ¦ "•'' --MQULAHOKS TOR _^_DJOSBION. 1. Every person wishing to be enrolled as a member of the Society, must apply on or before the first day or each annual Fairand on the payment of one dollar to the Treasurershall receive, a certificate of membership, containing the name of the applicantand endorsed by the Secretary; but a wch certificate thall admit any perto...

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

DR. MOTT'S CHALYBEATE _REStOiiATIVE PllilS Of 1H0I. Av aperient and Stpmuohic preparation 01 IRuN purified of Oxygen and Carbon by combustion in lljdrogen. Sanctioned by the highest Medical _Authonuea, ooth in Europe and tbe United states, ai d prescribed in their practice. The experience of thousands daily proves that no preparation of Iron can be compared with it Impurities of the blood, depression of vital energy, pale and other-J.wise sickly complexions indicate its necessity in almost every conceivable case. Innoxious in all malades in wnich it has been tried, it has proved absolutely cura-U_4» hi each of the following complaints, viz: " In'¦Debility, _Nervona _Airecttons, Emandpa . Man, _Constlpatloti, JJlarrJioea . _DyaOntery, ' Incipient Consumption, Scrofulous Tuber-^_nlteta_^' 8aU~ Rbeuin, _BlUnieiiotruation , _VITlkMea, ChlorcMlsLiver ComplaintsCbiro-. BloHe«_aaoheB,BJieninaU8m, luiemuttent Feven_, PlmpleB ontne Face dbg; In case " of General Debility, whether the resul...

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

THE ONLY _PREPARATION HAVING PBOOFS SO 8TKONG AND DIRECT AS TO EXPEL THE DOUBTS OF _* ALL. FOR STATESMENJUDGES, EDITORS, PHYSICIANS ©_fthfroldest _scnools as _^weU as new/give hi their unqualified.Banotlon«nd recommend it for a) cases of eruptions, and _aiseases of the scalp and brain • ' but all _vhp have u>«dlW unite; in, testifying that tt wHI preserve the hair from _heing_^greyand from _falling to ahy age, aa-well as restore; " Read the followingi— i " T Oak GHOVfcra 0., June 24th, I860. ¦ :. ¦ - . _Pbof. O. J.-Wood : Bea1rW>^Your Wit Restorative is raplaUy gaining _popalarJty.in'tbii conimunity. I have * had occasion to lay, prejudice aside, and.- give your Hair' Restorative a )?_erfecVte8t:— 7 • _^ * ' During the year .1854,1 _^wws, so unfortunate as to be thrown from my sulky against a rock near the roadside_, from which my head r?oeived a most terrible blow causing a great deal ofirrltatiohwhich communicated to the brain and external _smrlace of the head, f...

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

fflib'uai. JTJDSON 'S Mountain Herb Pills. r_§mE inventor and manufacturer of''Jud-X sou's Mountain Herb 1 Ills," has _apcut the K™*1 _^ _pilFt or bti life in travelling, having _vUitcd ncaHy every country in the world Ho 8_j*nt over six years amon Uie Rocky Mountains and or Mexico and it was thus Uiat tbe "Moustaw Hbrb Phjs" were _discovered. A very _interesUng account of his adventures there, you will find in our Almanac and Pamphlet It is an established fact, that aU diseases arise (torn IMPURE BLOOD I Tbe blood is the life I and when any foreign or unhealthy watur gets mixed with it, It IB _oncedistrovted to every organ of the body. Every nerve feeto the poison, and all the vital organs quickly complain. The stomach will not digest tbe food perfectly. The aver ceases to secreto a sufficiency of bile. The action of the heart is weakened, and so die circulation Is feeble. Tne lungs be come clogged with the poisonous matter; hence aoough —and all Irom a slight impurity of t...

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

_Juwuol THE 0BIGIHAL AND G_*NUnr* DR. TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA, is Tbe Grtat Kenovator of THE BLOOD. THE SOVEBEIGN REMEDY FOB EBUPT1ONS OF THE SKIN, ULCERATED S0BE8, AND ALL FORMS OF CUTANEOUS _DISEASED. These complaints can bust <cdil\ aiul uOlctt-ally cured bv the use of this * WORLD RENOWNED SAB SAPARILLA . Thousands have experienced its salutary effectsand tens of thousands have witnessed it, until it has ceased to be » question among the intelligent portion of the community. When the Blood becomes lifeless and stagnant, either from the effects of Spring weatnerchange of climate, want of exercise, the use of a uniform saline diet, or any other cause: this compound Extractor _Sarsaporilla, will behxW the _BtooD, carry off the putrid humors, cucasbi thosroxAGH, _, REGULATE T&E BOWELS, And impart a Tone of Vigor to the Whole Body; TO THE FUBIiIC. The public are hereby notified that the preparation ex* _temurely known as Dr. S. P. Townsend...

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

_MENSJ FURNISHING _GOoh._^ AMD GOLDEN HILL _SHIim_, AT _WBOLESALE LABQE AHD EXTEN81TB 8TOCK Fui; 1 > > ¦ . Of the latest and most desirable stylesimport. 1 . manufactured expressly for the approacuiLc s ¦ .. •-: ¦ _saU. - C. B. HATCH & Co., ' fcW4OS BROADWAYS {One door above the cor. of Walk or St., ) NEW YORK. Give notice to the Merchants Id all sections of tbe 11 that their stock or Miens' i-CRMsaixn Goods and (;otu_> Hill _Shibts U now ready (or exhibition, com>>n il. , full assortment of Undershirts and Drawers, laUand Winter Oloves, I' .. and Fixney ShirtsTies, Scarfs. Stocks, Suspendtr, Half Bon, Linen CbVart, Robes de Chambre Traveling S?_ta*ol». Railway Xtvgs, Cardigan Jackets, Mufflers, dc. Including many new and desirable articles ia thi> lii., to he found in any similar establishment in _tlii* c_*w AI) Shirts made at tbo _GOLPKN HILL SF1IKT ha _FACTOBY,_^b< ar on _Ute book or tho Yoke U>) follow atamn:— ...

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

A FULL, A_£S0_ETMEUT OF MOURNINCr GOODS. - m -AMUfatA"DetiSneo t Tammatanfi' Cloths, Lupin'B Superior Bombazines , _t _f AU Wool Delaines , Lupins' Black Lu8tres,,(all prices,) ' Superior EDglishCrovellaB, ¦ Brocade Lustres, Tarmartine Lustres, » fialzarines, _Debeges. SUPERIOR,CREPE MARETZ, FfiENCH LAVELLA _OLCXIHS_, ENGLISH GUSGHAMS, PLAIN MADONNA CLOTH8, .: _u -j SU_^_EJEaOR CREPE de ESPAGNE, _, EXCELLENT DELALNES, 12_X cents.] SUPiEKljbB DELAINES, 25ceut8, _FRENQH GINGHAMS, ; PLAIN _BtACittOUtMod , _5JUPEBIOR CHENE BEREGE, PUKE ITALl_^Jf GEENADINES, i CREPE' FAMAB_> eLOTHS_, _DOMESncr _(JIN&HAMS _, - 7-4_TEOBBET FOB SHAWL8, SLKJFOB BINDING SHAWLS, BEST ENGLISH CHINTZES. " BeregesCress Crepes, Xnglish _MoomingSUk, 41-4 White Shawl Berege41-4 Black Shawl BeregftBlack and White Foubrd Silks, BlaclC and Purple foulard dilks_; • _EVERYTHING DESD3ABLE AND NEW. , French _Crepee, English Crepes, Love Veils English Crepe Veils. Handkerchiefe White Collars, _: . Mourning ...

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

Among the undoubted advantages _u ih.--,-> , othersmay be named the following.: 1. Its simplicity of construction, azii ..«..,,*:, dom from derangement and need of ni«_n> %. IU unexac'P _^ ' rapidity and e»«. 01 '.,_^n.iA-i I. iuno*«»'_» ••¦ "cr-»jns. 4. Tb»gnat variety of purposes u> _wi.irb it . plied, which can be achieved by uo other u, xamB_*_. And 6. The pre-eminent beauty and nuaABiuTT 01 u,. , OFFICE AT THE EAGLE Wouk-Also at KBIT'S DAGUSAREAN ROOM?, :.. ¦• Market, where a Lady is In _conwam aue; _uou, _, . _tfae operation of the machines, give _insuucti. _>,.; chasers, and do aU descriptions of family .,v parties desiring it. RECOMMENDATION The undersigned, with _aknowledge derived t,. ... ;¦ of Wheeler ft WUson's Sewing llacaioos inourr.-p . familiescheer/ullyc«rtl<f to the gieat nier_._t ; ... excellent Instruments. Chose la our _possossiuii .., , . with iacillty, have given decided _satisractioL, ,: . .-very highly prised, and as we b...

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

itltattUaneottJS PENNSYLVANIA :dyeing establishment. OFFICE. NO. 104 MARKET STREET HARRISBURG. DODGE & O O. X> ESPECTFDLLY inform the Ladies and _ffli Gentlemen of Harrisburg, and the public generally, that they have all toe machinery necessary for DYKING CLEANSING and FINISHINGin a most superior style_, and warranted.to give satisfactionevery description of Ladies' and Gentlemen's apparel, Ladies DressesCloaks, Shawls, Handkerchiefs, Scarfs, Bonnets, Ribbons, &c.. Dyed and Finished to look like new. SI1K AND SILK DRESSES WdTERBD to look like the imported article.— Gentlemen's COATS, PANTALOONS and VESTS, Dyed, Cleaned and Finished in a most superior style. NO RIPPING REQUIRED. CARPET* CLEANED, without Injury to the fabricremoving all oil and stainsand improving colors Meriuo, Cashmere and other Shawls cleaned and pressed. CRAPE _BHAWLS bleached and finished in a style that cannot be surpassed. Counterpanes, Quilts, Blankets and Ticks, cleaned in best ...

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

SCHWERIH'S ANNIHILATING POWDER. _^ _^^^^^ TS THE ONLY M_4_^^^^^^ J.KN0 and best arUi_^H_^^^^ _h ore to exterminate Roach-^^K_^_g_^^_H_^^_M esBed Bugs, AntSjMoths , ¦^^_i_^^Bb_^b_^b_^b_^b_^b_^H Files, _Fleas,garden worms, _SS_^H_^^_B "Vine Bugs , &c. IT CON-^^^_SSB_^^^_o_^^A' TAINS NO POISON. |ll=_™ !^_S[5H_^SeHWEEIN'S PILLS ^*tt_^_ZZZZS_± _^m_~mmm _>_L t are suro death ti BATS _^_._* _^MUfl&/3l V _/u/Z J7_BBrA_} and MICE. Mr. SCHWERIN received Certificates from President of Glrard CollegeD_^ectors of House of Refuge, ' Pennsylvania _HospiUl , - and other prominent Public Institutions of Philadelphia. U. 8. JailWashington , dTo ™ kdd Charity Hospital, New OrleansLaT_^ ' ' The origfnal ccrUflcates can be seen at the Wholesale and Retail Depot, 124 North Second street , PnuadelphUu and for sale In Harrtoborg by Charles AvBann_^rartD * W. Gross k 0o.iG.Wv RUey and C. K. KeUer _^f bv aU Drogglste and Grocers everywhere. *^r7 None Gentdn_^_unless signed Sfi&am...

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

H1LADELPHIA AND = RKAD11NU KAIL ROAD. SUMMEB ARRANGEMENT.v OJN AMU AFTER MAY 28<_fc, 186Q. TWo PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE _HARREBOfiQ DAILY, (Sundays excepted.) at 8.00 A. M., and 146 P. M., lor Philadelphia, arriving there at 1 26 P. M., and _UKTCKNING, LEAVE PHILADELPHIA at 8.00 A. jM., _aua S.ao P. M., arriving at Harrisbvrg at 12.46 noon ana 8.30 P.M. ; FARES:—To Philadelphia, No. 1 Cars, $8.26: No. 2 (in • ame train,) $2.70. < FARES:—To Reading, $1.60 and $1.80. . > A _t Reading, connect with trains for PottsvUle, Mlners-Title, lamaqua, _Catawissa, Jtc 1 FOUR TRAINS _LEAVM READING FOR PHILADELPHIA DAILY, at 6 A. M., 10.46 A M., 12.80 noon and 8.48P.M. ' j n S; ' 1 _£AV£ PHILADELPHIA FOR READING at 8.00 A. M.. _cfft.00 P.M., 8.30 P.M., and 6.00 P.M. _i \ ' ¦ _VAHha _^-Reading to Philadelphia , $1.75 and $1.46. 1BE MORNING TCA1N FROM HARRISBURG CON. _NECT8 AT READING with up train for _Wilkesbarre, PiltstonaadScranton. ; For through tickets and other lnformaUon...

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

GLEANINGS FROM THE ' HARVEST-FTTiT,I>_8 OF LITERATURE, SCIEN * C|i:aND ART1 A Melange of Excerpta Carious, Humorous and instructive. Collated by O. C. BOMBAGGH . A. M.M.D. ' The above Interesting Work has just been received at ¦ ' BKRGNBR'S CHEAP BO0K8T0RK STORE PRICK $1 25 ; A NEW AND FINE ASSORTMENT 01 • LADIES' TRAVELLING AH» SHOPPING BAGS. Atallprices _. forsaleat .. . . BBRGNBB'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE , 61 Market Street WM. J. STEES, 0 AR'PENTER AND JOBBEB, _; _WRSt* WALNUT AND mONtSOJLEEfS. J _OBBING of all kinds done at ahort notice, in good style, and on reasonable terms: da " • • ¦ •¦• • ¦ .

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

I860. 186Q. _^ _onkeru' Central Railwaj f I _nqtige; CiiAJSGE OF _SCHEDULE _i'.\H AND AFTER SUNDAY, MAT \J 27lbI860, the Paasenger lrains on the _Northern Central ii..it\vay will leave Harrisburg as follows:— I - GOlMti SOUTH. 1' S&-K1&3 TKA1N will leave at .1. AO A. M. _ACCOMMODATION '1RAIN will leave at..7.3O A. Jtt. MAIL TRAIN wlUleayeat.. 1.00 P.M. MAIL _IRAlN_^vrtllleave at...... 1MO P. ML KXPKtfcS IRAlN_^wU_^_teare_^t 0._3» P. pi ' > The _ouiy Trains leaving Harrisburg on Sunday win be lUe _JCXPRtSS TMAlN.at 1.40 A. M., going South..and the _taPRtga 1RA1N at 9.32 P.M., going North. .Kit further information apply at the Office, in Penn'a < _Katiroad Depot. ' . ¦ .; v--',, JOHN W. HALL, Agent Harrisburg, May 26, I860,—ma26-dtf f _, I 1 r1 • • • . _»: e

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

PHILADELPHIA AND EEADING _RAILJROAXX RFDUCTION OF PASSENGER FARES ' On and after MONDAT_, APRIL 3d, ltfGO. COMMUTATION TICKETS ' W ITH 26 Coupons , will be issued betww0 ,_^y 5011 "8 deBlIr ed, good fi>r the holder or any member of his family, in any _Pasaeuw tndn.1aad •t any tone-Hit 26 per _cenl below the w_^bjSSST ParUes having occasion to. use the Road ireouentWon business or pleasurewiU find Uie above _arranaeAent oonvenlent and economical ; as Four Passenger trains run daily each way between Reading and PfaJiadeipntaL and Two Trains dally between Reading, _PottsvOle and Harrisburg. On Sundays, only one morning train down. jmd one afternoon trala _^ up, runs between _Pottsvilie an* ••^"_^Wittnlelpniaaid no Passeoger'train_~on the Lebaboa _FaUey _£ranc& Railroad* \: . , for the above Tleketaor uy Information relating. _«theretoapply to 8. Bradford. Esq., TreMnren _PhBa lef_? -.; phia, to the respective Ticket Agents on tne one/or to X_0.A.NK)0Ufi; |_i

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