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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

THE _TELEGKAFH IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, (SlWPAYS F.XCB1TEP,) BY GEORGE BERGNEB & COTERMS—Sinol* _Srnscrarnoji. tih- Luar TKI._KGRAPH is _serveii to subscribers in the Bon ' uph _»l6_# ceuls >'<>r wcck Vcftrl _* subscribers will be«:l_^T _^ Skmi-Wikkly _Tkxoraph, n _uciBORAj_"8 isaUo published iwice a week daring , l,,,,n of the Legislature, »ud weekly during the re-! . ° _,p ' icr ol tho year, and furnished to subscribers at the _^r_' _sttber. per year * £.00 *r " •• " :•.::::.::.::::.: £00 _IHK LAW OF !«KW3t-AP«R8. • subscribers order the discontinuance ol tUeir news ,apcr3, the publisher may continue to good them until «n arrearages are paid. if subscribers neglect or _reius* to take their newspa Jn from the office to which they are directedthey are , w%nslble until they hav- settled the bills and ordered ,h_«m discontinued

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

GRANVILLE _STOKER _STEX GLOTHIN& EMB)KIUM . ONEvPBICB AND NO-ABA_01ME3ST, No. 607 Ch.estii|it Streetr\ EANVILLE -STOKtSf would _^ tur _a \_JC thanks to the public for their _appreciation of his eftorts to please, and their litJeral ' patronage. In order to _keeptfjPthteltindly feeiwg_, he has yielded to the _eolicitations ot many of his friends _andanaugura ted a NJBW SYSTEM", _^f GD_^is WmfiACH GAKMENT SOLD. To his choice selection of fine Fabrics and made up'Clothing, he _invitis the scrutiny of the publicas well as to bis new mode of doing business. Each article Is warranted to bein Fabric _. fctyle and Makeequal to any gotten up in the city, and ONE PRICE, (lower than the lowest.) marked on the ticket.' \ *"" _,_' " - Each article soldor measured for; is accompanied by _aGITU varying in value rramWto S100. ; 4 N, B.—Nonp but the most _skilllul uesijgnejrs . Cutters and _Wprkmen employed; and _Ratisfactlon in _Ji$Fashion, Fabric, Price and Gift, guaranteed at" ' * ?...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

T0 BE _SOI_.B &_^GOST A B WE _HAVJJi ON HAND a large _as _£\ sortment of _Jancv _SJUs of all prices and qualities W> wtu clpee out the lot at rant cost. Persons wishing any thing 01 the kind can find _bwgains at ' i CATHCABT & _BROTHERS Next to the Harrtoburg Bank. Plain Black Dress Silks, Black Figured Silks, English.Eep. Mourning Silks * Flain Colored Dress Silks, mack and White Dress Silks/ Purple and Black Dress Silks. A large assortment oi each kind at different low prices and ol the very best makre—Warranted. CATHCART & BROTHER, No. 14 Market Square. FANS FAN S F A NS FAN S FANS F A N S FANS FANS FANS FANS FANS FANS FANS FANS FANS FANS

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

NOT THE FIRST ARRIVAL BUT ABBIVEb IN DUB TIME TO BE SOLD AT RBDUGED PRICKS , LYKEN S VALlJiY STOVE COAL, $2,60 per ton. • " NUT "«f _94.OO « AboconlubtlyQnhan ' d,. LYKkPS VfcLLEY MOKES, • 1 ; «• EGO, CUPOLA AND STEAMBOAT COAL, V?,HJCIljBABRK BHOKEN, No. 3 ana 4, " NUT, Blacksmith Coal, Allegheny an<t Broad lop. Also, Hickory, Oak and fine Wood., • E. _BVHRS. ' pl* So. ]Q2Xli£&tnsxstreet. 9 r. CASES CLARET, embracing all the mtJ _principal _bftuiOa and quaUUes_, just received and for sale hyj ' ',' . my24 . ' WM. DOCK, JS., &|C0«

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

r _»A»K a. MURRAY, _LWEBY & EXCHANGE STABliE_, _raiHD 8XEEET BELOW MABB_^T _iddUionstothf i_^6 t < b3 _«tab "S Hh ^?J uld mad _« _*_"«• a- _cw »^± *HSS &Z2B* W1U 1_WM «»—<^^withpmnl. _SIONS_^fif_^ _^U °MNIBU8BS FOR _FONIRAL O0CAoblSg i" ver_^ urni8hed . «companied by _carefiiw _^eo _' ua??0 alnsi _^ ectlon of hte 8took i wtlsfie.1 that it is in _tow thM ol "V oU_>er establishment ef the kind FRANK A. MURRAY.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

_JM JES "V^/ FAMILY DRUG STORE. 'PHE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED JL a _Wholesale and BeUll Drug and Prescription Store, In the iron Front Builnlng, No. 128 Market street, lately occupied by Mr. Eby, wohre can be found an enti ifenew JjfJ* ¦ _£ Frosh and Pore Drags , Perfumery, s_^_ht *COa _SS?i C _f)AL °_,1L UMPS - BurnlD * mm > Ai0 '_™ *_"_£t h_«i «M > Sua °n«y **"°_y Articles, &c., 4c f we S._^_W for _Ae sale of Kline 's Celebrated ArUOwusu |W * W ° W0Uld toTlt0 _^alt _^°nof By strict attention to business, and desire to please we respectmny ask a share, of _AibUo _Patronage.V fi > _""Vod _"_:1 _'"11 "' H * VMla ****** * ni _^B^'c_^Mantly JW-d ' _ly \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

ENTERPRISE AKD LIGHTNING LINES, ' isx 1 u vv _oriugu _iu« n. x. ujyxxi x ubiuuju _, ll| TRIBUNETIMES and SUN, to Harrisburg, at one o'clock P. M., and are distributed nomniATBt.T afterward by prompt carriers. Subscribers will be regularly served with them, by leaving their address at BERGNKR'B CHEAP BOOKSTORE ¦ - _fmrfS 51 Market street. a " _LAnUJfi auJBortment ot Al_^UMO_, ot all A . prices, whffh will make s«ita»e CHRISTMAS filMSforyoarla_^ y friends, wil-be (bund at- . BKRGN PR'S _CHBl'BOOKSTORE 61 Uarket Str eat

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

BRANCH STABLE led _u , r.T L™^^ ' *» °» »«» Wtag» _tetely Wcuhere n9 te we_^r'«._?, 1:Ourth 8trwi •»«• the B_^tnel, i» «ock hUwiSlSE ^?**UUn l_«. ««>»»8oii»bleterms i_^dtt.rd a_^d _'w _^- »* will _recjinaiewl Itself. _^ll _tRANK_^li UBftAY

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

LETTER FROM SOMERSET CO WAT* Correspondence of the _Teleferaph. Berlin, Somebskt Co., Sept. 11, 1860. Mkssbs _Editor8 :—Beging called by important business to take a somewhat extensive tour through the western part of Pennsylvania, I will take the liberty of communicating a few of the incidents of my journey, with the hope that they may be interesting to many of your readers. A week ago, we left the, quiet and peaceful scenes of your beautiful city, and proceeded with lightning speed on our wny to the West. For a while the beauties of surrounding nature lay hid under the sombre veil of night, but as we began to approach the foot of the Allegheny mountains, the light of _approaching day began to disperse the shades of night, and _oae scene after another of natnral grandeur and beauty, to burst upon the delightful view.— Richly cultivated fields and orchards, flowery meadows and verdant landscapes, rural towns and secluded villa!) , mouldering streams and majestic mountaia slo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

_&T £ui _^_biicrttscmfnts FOR SALE.—Tho good will and fixtures oT a Restaurant under the United States Hotel, op-1 osite the Bomgardncr House. For particulars apply at f>!3-3t* THK RESTAURANT. FISH ! 2 FISH ! 1 . MACKEREL (Nos. 1, 2 and 3.) _SALMON, (very 8_upnrior,) SUAD, (Megs and very fine.) HERRING, (extra large.) COD FISH. SMOKED HERRING, (extra Digby.) SCOTCH HERRING. SARDINES AND ANCHOVIES. Of the above we, have Mackerel in whole, half, quarter and eighth bbls. Herring In whole and half bbis. Tbe entire let mw- -direct from thk fisbkribs, and will sell them at the lowest market rates. set)13 WM. DOCK JR. & CO. FOR SALS. A LOT OF GROUND fronting on South /\. Street twenty-five feet, and extending towards state street one hundred and one feet to an alley, tbere n erected a large two-story weather boarded frame hou e and back builiimp, low in be occupancy ol _Hijab 5. Bell. Possession given on tho l..t of April, 1861. Title Indisputable. Apply to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

_Jtatesf _1)|) Cdegra|lj SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO THE DAILY TELEGRAPH IMPORTANT FOREIGN NEWS ARRIVAL OF THE STEAMER ASIA. New York, Sept. 13. The steamer Asia is sgnalled, with Liverpool dates of the 1st inst. Naples is reported to be tranquil- Garibaldi has quitted Calabria, but his (fit-tin _ilion is unknown. It is reported th.it lie bm entered Monte Leone Livkbpool, Aug. 31.—The weather is now favoiable for tbe crops. _BreadstuBa are dull, and prices are declining. Provi.-iofis dull. London Money Mabket, August 31.—Cousuls are quoted at 93@93_£ for money and account. Tlie bullion in bank has increased £233,000. The money market is _sligbly easier. The Queenstown Dispatch, with the maikets ot Saturday, has not yet come to hand. American securities arfffirm. Illinois Central 15@14 P. f!_. riisrfc. SKUOK1> DJUMfA'HJU. NfcW York, September 13.—Nothing important has occurred at Naples or Calabria. _Tiic king remains at Naples. Garibaldi's whole army has reached the m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

The Coalition in Jfew York Failed. Washington, Wednesday Night. Dispatches were received here by Mr. Cobb to-day, from Wm. M. Browne, editor of the Constitution, who was sent to New York to obtain the information, stating that the Richmond Cagger committee had distinctly and emphatically refused to accept the Breckinridge propo sitiou, which Mr. Benjamin Wood had assumed to adopt, and that all hope of fusion was aban doned. He says, also, that the friends of Breckinridge have now determined upon a straight fight to the bitter end, without iegard to consequences. All parties here now concede Lincoln'8 election as inevitable. Great Lincoln Meeting at Doylestown. Doyiestown, Sept. 12. A large, enthusiastic meeting of the friends of Lincoln, Hamliu and Curtin was held in the Court House last evening, Caleb N. Taylor presiding. Able speeches were made by John Goforth, of Philadelphia, and Daniel _TJllman, of New York. The meeting adjourned at 11 o'clock, with cheers for the candidate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

QUESTION'S TO BE DECIDED. Let every friend of free labor—every voter who is in favor of a homestead law •—-homes_«for the homeless and land for the landless—sustain the Republican Congressional candidates in the district where they reside. Let them remember, too, that our next Legislature eleota a United States Senator, and that if we fail to secure a majority in the Legislature, Pennsylvania will be cursed with the representation of a second Bigler, if not Bi g ler himself. These are important considerations for the people of Pennsylvania Join these with the arguments that persuade us to make an effort for the election of our Gubernatorial candidate, and tfae October campaign assumes a mighty importance. Add to both the fact that in nearly every county the most important county officers are to be chosen, and the questions to be decided in October" force themselves on every true Republican with a power and importance that cannot be resisted. The failure to secure a majority in t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

_*rL •_4_X0M_417C _*4t . ASUI» ERLAT1VE JONIC,DIURET_«C, §_T DYSFE_^ 0 _JMYICDRATIN& CORDIAL to tne Uitizens of New Jersey _ai; Pennsylvania. Apothecaries l>ruSKl«t«Grocerx and Private _Famlllei. Wolfe 's Pure Cognac Brnndy. " Wolfe 's Pare Hinder!*, Sherry _nntl P< "' Wine. Wolfe's Pare Jamaica niul St. Crolt »<'»• Wolfe' * Pme Scotch and Irish Vlhl_.l.) AL.li IN BOTTLES. I beg 1 ave to cjII the attention or tbe _clt / is : Dolled Statist to _tbo above Wi.nfs and Ijql- '•.-, _).¦;¦: ¦ ' by Udoltto Wolfe , o: New York, wli<Ke umw- ..- • liar in every pan of Ibis cpuit J lor the pur.ty ¦ celebrated Sci_._urj K Sod.NAM-f. >|r. Wolfe, in _i.i- i 10 tne, t-pe_<ikii.g ct tbei'Uiii) « f hU W and l it «es : . says : "I *i lfciaUe my tepuiaiionas a roar, rry -: ing as o merthai tof _ttirt) ¦} (.! rs'r<*s deiKo tu i: of New York, ihai all tlic _I'hA.Mnr _tuA Wi:o> • ¦ ; bottle are pure as :B)ror<ei)._ULU "_&lt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

Miscellaneous. ANOTHER GRAND RALLY OF THE _PJEOPij LIMM AND miiu A X D FREEDOM AND FREE I.AIJuk A MASS MEETING Of the Friend* of LINCOLN a...i in favor of PROTECTION To ,\ • .: INDUSTRY, ai:_<l FREE HOMKS Y ¦:: MEN, and opposed to the prest-iit ¦ r : • . profligate National Administrator, ..\% IiaIH nr HABBISBTJRG On Friday Evening, Sept. 14th. IN FRONT OF BRANT'S Hal The Meeting will POSITIVELY (•_ • r.idrc. ed by the great German Orator of the \v,.; CARLSOHURZ OF WISCONSIN, AND Hon. EDGAR _COWAft OF WESTMORELAND C0\ST\ THE WIDE AWAKES Will be out in fall force, "with torches. banners and make a grand display. It i* ex; ed that the Wide Awakes of _Lancaster, V and other neighboring towns will part!* If Let the Republicans of this and adj ; Comities make ft GRAND RALLY on t!i casion. PHILIP IUWIM, Chairman County Cotrmitit

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

Gen. Houston's Adtioe.—Gen. Sam Houston, of Texas, has just written a let* ter to his friends in New York, withdraw ing his name from the field as a candidate for the Presidency. The letter reviews the present state of the canvass , and tells the opponents of Lincoln very plainly that their favorite plans for defeating him by specious combinations will not work with success. If they really intend to defeat him , they must do it by dropping the system of " electioneering and claptrap platforms/' and concentrate themselves upon a common principle. This is what every sensible man knows to be impossible , and Gen. Houston concludes that the disrupted factions will have to be content with the election of Mr. Lincoln. As to the favorite scheme of taking the election to the House, so much dwelt upon by Lincoln's opponents, the General Tery distinctly says:—_, "Let not those who rdy upon carrying the election into the Haute of Representatives deceive themselves The people have been ta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

_FOK PRESIDENT: ABRAHAM LINCOLN! OF ILLINOIS.* .FOR VICE PRESIDENT: HANNIBAL HAMLJN, OF MAINE. FOR GOVERNOR :. AMDBEWft CURTIN. COUNTY TICKET. FOR CONGRESS : JOHN W. KILLINGER, Lebanon. FOR SENATOR : AMOS tt. BOUGHTER, Lebanon. FOR _ASSEMBLY: JOliN WALLOWER, Jr., Harrisburg, WILLIAM CLARK, _Millersburg. _^ FOR_^_SSSifF: _^ JACOB D. HOFFMAN, _Harriaburg for " recorderT JOHN R IN GLAND. Middletown. FOR AUDITOB: JOHN P. RUTHERFORD, 3watara_. FOR COMMISSIONER: GEORGE GARVERICH,Susquehanna DIREC1OR OF THE POOR : JOHN RAYSOR, Susquehann.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

NOTICE TO SPECULATORS. VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE. A NUMBER OF LARGE SIZED BUILDIKG LOTS adjoining the Round House and Work Shops of tho Penna. fcallroad Company, will bo sold low an* on reasonable terms. Apply to _jtu_«30 6m JOHN W. HALL. Independent Candidate for Sheriff. A T THE SOLICITATION of many friends _XjL I effer _myself to the voters of Dauphin county, as an hi dependent candidate for the oflice of Sheriff at the ensuing election. If elected 1 pledge myself to discharge the duties of the office with fidelity and impartiality. jy_!7-dt<j JACOB D. BOAS PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS! A I.AB6B ASSORTMENT OF PERFUMERY & FANCY ARTICLES /_CHOICE BRANDS of SegarB—Normandi , V> / Hari Kari, Sobrinas, La Lencillet , La Union, Gari baldi, &c. Pure liquors far Medicinal _Puroosej. Dn fermented Wine, warranted the pure juice of the Catawba Grape—only needs a trial to fully recommend I'.self.— Prescriptions compounded with great care, at REILY'S DRUG S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

1860. 1860. FIRST FALL OPENING OF _X>DFLTr G-OOX>S! WE HAVE NOW READY A LARGE and HANDSOME assortment of all kinds ot GOODS in our line. New Styles Dress 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 our Block, as we are confident we can show them them the best styles at tbe lowest prices, in connection with the largest itock of DOMESTIC GOODS. Satlnetts and _Cassimeres_, Bleacbed and Unbleached Muslins, Delaines , Calicoes and Ginghams , Drillings, Sheeting3 and Checks, Pact Stan' s, Hickory and Tickings, Best makes of Canton _Fiimnol _* Splendid Calicos for six cents, Good quality Muslin, six cents. Plain and Figured Delaines, 12_# cents, Heavy Unbleached Muslins, six cents With BARGAINS in all Goods of this kind, weonty ask an examination of our stock, as we are confident that tn pr ices and go...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 13 September 1860

PUBLIC SALE. HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE TT7-ILLBE SOLD AT PUBLIC SALE, at V f the residence of Mrs. AT. _Skuonton, on Front 8t, next door to the Episcopal church, on FRIDAY, (to morrow) the 14th day ofSeptember , a _general assortment of HOUSEHOLD AND KITCHEN FURNITURE , Including Sofa, Chairs, tables, stoves, bedsteads and Bedding; a splendid set of GAS CHANDELIERS, and numerous otner articles. Sale to commence at 1 o'clock P. M. _Tcrhs Cash. seDl3-dll DAUPHIN COUNTY AGRIGIJLTUBAL SOCIETY. A LL PERSONS having claims . against J\_, this Society for premiums, services or material, will present them for adjad.cation and payment at the office in Second streetabove Walcut, on FRIDAY, from 4 o'clock until 9 o'clock, V. M., and on SATURDAY from 6 o'clock until 9 P.M. The office will ba open all of the above daysand the Treasurer will be in attendance daring the hours above designated. A. BOYD HAMILTON, President. _jgyAll the daily papers insert _s_!3 T OST.—Yesterdvgun Market str...

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