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

COAL! COAL!! COAL!! NOW IS YOUR TIME TO GET CLEAN COAL! Full Weight and Nothing Short of i' _fpHANKFUL TO W Z FRIENi * - A_>- _JL CUSTOMERS for their l_.beral l alror_^e. 1 now inform them and tbe _public F e\ _trai_^ it¦ ¦ • ¦ ¦ Wnds_^f epared > °n St0rl nolice l0 8lIPP1y ll ' <" * 5TJPBSIOB COAL OF ALL S1Z£ S _^_TFREE FROM SLATE, AND CAKK l-Ti. SCREENED AT AS LOW A FIG L'l:K - _^ FAIR DEALING WILL AFFU!. 1 ' ¦ Although my coal tanot weighed in skifwk:._;- • BUT IS WB.OHBD _OJT SCAUS ACCOIUTE_'.Y TtVUl_* ' _SSAIKB OF _WBGHT8 AXD _JOM_* _IH ICB, _ttud COti-iil! t-1" ¦¦ rest assured that ihey will be fairly and bw ,, . _mining. _° B but the ver _- v bfcSt ar " '' LJ ALSO HICKORY , OAK and PINE WOOD, _^v _^epta-dam aiqp._wiKSU_* _^ _Hit _f. the Genuine _hnghsh Aiu8ti._THT J •*1 KlIlrDio nprrcST iKt

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

Little Delawabe all Right I—An eleotion was held in Wilmington, Delaware, recently, for Mayor and other city officers. In Delaware the Republicans and Americans have united , as in Pennsylvania, under the name of People's Party. Y. C. Gilpin, the nominee of the People's Party for Mayor, was elected. They also elected their candidates for Alderman , Treasurer and Assessor, together with a majority of the Councilmen. Well done for "Little Delaware I" The Republicans of Delaware are a band of gallant men; and hopes are entertained of carrying the State.

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

The Fusion Ticket in New Yobk.— It is understood that the Douglas State Committee of New York have, by a large majority, rejected the proposition of the Breokinridgo men for a fusion upon the _presidential electoral ticket. Another meeting, however, of the State committee is to be held at the St. Nicholas Hotel, c« Friday next. THE REIGN OF _TJSJtUlUJtt. In Texas and some of the other Southern States the slaveholders seem to be almost insane with excitement and terror. Every Northern white man who is not known among them, or does not come square up to their peculiar views, is at once set upon and persecuted — very probably hung up to a tree, and certainly got rid of in some very expeditious manner. The country is full of apprehensions of poisoned Wells, assassinations and negro rebellions—all resulting from this blessed institution of slavery. If we are to believe the acoounts in the local papers, no one can go to bed in those regions with fhn aRfiiimnnfi that hfl will not be ...

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

the rate of one hundred and eixty times a minute and at every revolution striking her head upon the ground. She was dead, of course, wheu he discovered her, aud mutilated in a manlier too dreadiuld to describe. She waB about _twelveyears of age.

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

3ta 2_tiix><rtt0inunt0 ATTENTION! WIDE AWAKES!! A SPECIAL MEETING of the People's City and the Wide Awake Clubs will be held at their hail in Cunkle'a building, on _THURSDAY EVENINO at 7 o'clock. All members of the Club, and tbe Wide Awakes in particular, are expected to be punctual in their attendance at tbe time designated , as much Important business will be laid before the Club. A cordial Invitation is extended to _ftwse friendly to the cause , to come and participate. WIDE AWAKES 1 RESPOND TO THE CALL ! 2t . By order, EUGENE SNYDER, Seo.

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

fl A R RISBU Rli Thursday Afternoon. September 13, isou

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

lailj) Celegrajj) HARRISBURG, PA Thursday Afternoon, September 13, mm CAMPA1ON _BBKASTPINS AND _MtDALS.-AnilS glJrtment of Breastpins, Me,laU ko., can be ha.I at Beronbr '8 Boo _hstore_. PiCTUBB Frambs made to order at tbe short* _st notice and at the mo_»t reasonable prices, at W. Knoche _'8 Music Store, 92 Market street _f NoriCB This.-All the late daily and weekly Papers Magazines, che.p publications and new books, are for sale at Bergner _'_s Oheap Book store. No. 61 Market street. _Losr.—In this city a few days ago a Gold Ear Drop with black stone setting .and white flower. The finder will be _Ube_.ally rewarded by leaving it at _Bergoer _'s took store. _Sbyebb 8BNTB_»0_H8.-In Cumberland county last week two women were convicted of keep ing houses of ill-fame, and each sentenced to one year 's imprisonment. An example or two of this kind might have a tendency to close some of the dens that abound in this city. Kbw and _NovBL.-Every day brings something new. The most...

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

IBUeOH.rAJSi'1 iU _HMfiJttAjUKrt. DR. CHEESMAN'S PILLS, Prepared by Cornelius L. Cheeeeman, M. D., NEW YORK CITY. npHTLcombinatiou of ingredients in these _J_ PiUs are .the result of a long and extensive practice. They are mild in their operationand certain in correcting all irregularitiesPainful Menstruationsremoving all obstruviions, whether from- cold or othorwiseheadache, pain in the side, palpitation ol tbe heart, whitesall nervous affections, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and limbs&o_;, disturbed sleep, which arise from interruption of nature. TO HARRIED LADIES, Dr. Cbeeseman_'s Pills are invaluable, as they will bring on the monthly period with regularity. Ladies who have been disappointed in the us* of other Pills can place the utmost confidence in Dr. Cheeseman_'_s Pills doing ail that they represent to do. NOTICE Shore it me condition of (he female tyttem m which the PiUs _cannet betaken _vsOund producing a PECULIAR RESULT. 3he condition _rtferred to tt ...

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

BUY TRE BE _*l 1 NORTON'S OINTMENT TOE SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA, PERMANENTLY CURBS SALT BHEUM, SCROFULA, SCALD HEAD, FEVER SORES, RING-WORMS, BARBERS' ITCH, AND ALL ITCHING % OR BURNING SOBES,AND ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN. This Ointment bears no resemblance to ay other ex ternal remedy at present before the world. The modeo its operation is peculiar. It penetrates to the basis of tho disease—goes to Its very source—and cures it from the flesh beneath to the skin on the surface. Other outward applications for ScrofulaSalt Rheum, Sec., operate dswmoardthus driving the disorder inwards, and often occasioning terrible internal maladies. Noktos'8 OraTMENT,on tha contrary, throws the poison of tbe disease tipioard, and every particle of it is discharged throu the ports. Thus tbe cures it effects is complete. Not enly are the Bores healed—the eruptions removed—the swellings reduced—but the seeds of the disease are expelled from the flesh; consequently there can be no relapse. Victims of...

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

GA LL OH E R' S CELEBRATED ELIXIR. THE INFALLIBLE CURE OF Colds, Cough, Consumption, Hoarseness, Fains and Weakness in the Chest, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, Whooping Cough, Sore Throat, Quinsey and General Debility, and for Purifying of the Blood. This me _tcine has a. quit eu a just celebrity fir the cure of all diseases _arclrg _frum _teve o co ds; a. d its efficacy has been a:te~w<l _Jtd _appioveu by hundreds of our mest . _respuctable ci_> izens. in every instance IKMKDIATRRRUCT BAB SEEK CtVBS. Many have be<n CUKtij OF CuNSUMPliOK and hundreds of references can be given in various part of the country, who Fpeak of the medicine in the highest ter s. It should be kept on band by every family. It is ploa -ant and verv aood far children. READ THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATES. Wethe Undersigneddo ceitify that we have used GALlOhER'S Pt.Er-AKAriON for Cousum-._tion. Colds Diseases of ibe LungsLiver, &c.. and having experienced immedi ite relief therefrom, ...

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

THE GBEAT ENGLISH EEMEDY SIR JAMBS. CLARKE'S -, CELEBRATED FEMALE PtLLS. Prepared from a Prescription,oj_? Sir J. Clarke, M. J)., Physician Extraordinary to the Queen. This invaluable medicine is _un&Wng in the cure ef all thosa painful and dangerous diseases to which the female constitution is subject. It moderates all excess and removes all obstructions, and a speedy cure-may be relied on. ' ' TO MARRIED LADIES it is peculiarly suited. It will, hi a short time, bring on the monthly period with regularity. Kach bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits. CAUTION. These PiUs should not be taken by females during the FIRST THMEE MONTHSqf Pregnancy, <** they are sure to bring on.AKscarriagt, but at any other time they art safe. \ In all cases of _Nervous and Spinal Aifccttens, fain in the Back and limb ' s, - Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, these Pills will effect a c...

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

SANFOKD'S FAMILY CATHARTIC PILLS COMPOUNDED FROM PURE VEQETABLE EXTRACTS, AND PU1 UP IN GLASS OASES, AIR TIGHT, AND WILL KEEP IN ANY CLIMATE. pThe FAMILY CATHAR- • _HC PILL is a gentle bu active Cathartic which tbe CO proprietor has used in hii practice more than twenty j years. The constantly increos- _ Ing demand from those who have long used the PILLS M and the satisfaction which all express in regard to HI their use, has induced ma to place them within the n. reach of all. The Profession well know " that different Cathartics act on different portions of the -~ bowels'; The FAMILY CAT_0aR-w. TldPILLhaawith due reference to this well estab- W _lished fact, been compounded from a variety of the h purest Vegetable _Bxtraota, which act alike on every _jy, part of the aUmenury oanaL and are good and wfeW in all cases where a cathartic is needed, such is _M Derangements of Stomach, Sleepiness, Pains w '\s[ " Back and LoinsCottitenesi Pain and Soreness over tiem body,_ResOetsneis ...

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

_misccUanconB. SAJSTFORD'S LIVER _INVIQORATOR NEVEB DEBILITATES. IT is compounded entirely from Gams, and has become an established facta Standard Medicine, known and approved _,J by all that have used it, and is now resorted tojm with confidence in all _tht diseases for which it is re-[O commended. It has cured: thousands b| within the last two years who had given up all hopes * L_» of relief, as the numerous unsolicited certificates In _^1 my possession show. The dose must be adapt- Q4 ed to the temperament ot the individual taking itand q used hi such quantities ar to actgcntly on the bowels, rj: £et the'dictates of your O judgment guide you hi the use 0/ tho OVER INVIGO-W RATOK, and it will cure Livkh _Cohplaetib, _BiLuous £> Atxacks, _Dnnrsii_^CHRosf-K)L>IAKRH0KA,SDJUUSRC0Ji-~ _IXAQITO, DYStmSKY , PROF-87 Sour SioiuchHabtt- 3 pal CognvroaBChouc, Cbolkba- _Morbub, Cholera I-ntantumFlatcxvutci, _^ aonoics_, _Fsjialb Wbak- . NBfiis, and may be used successful...

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

DRi VALPEAU'S _OAKERINE FUR THE ALMOST IMMEDIATE CORE of CANKER in the MODTH, THROAT or STOMACH resulting from SCARLATINA or TYPHUS FEVt-KS, or any other cause—SOKK NIPPLES, ULOfcBATED GD>.S, CUTS, BURNS, Bi._ONCHIAL, AFFECTION, NUKSINC SORB MOUTHS, SORES of all kinds, IMPURE BREATH, &c. It is the best purifier for the breath of anything ever oflered to the public." To whiten and preserve the teeth, apply with abru3h; it .will instantly remove all tartar and other-foreign substances and leave the teeth as white " and clean ss pearls.. His emliely ft-eo from acids and al poisonous substjnees. and can be used upon an Infant with perfect safety. ¦ -..,,. ¦-, It is a valuable article for overy family to have in the house, as it will remove pain from cuts and burns quicker than _ynj " thing known. This _medii ine is u.-ed as a wash or gargle. We will warrant it to give satisfaction in every case. Price 25 cents per bottle. ; ,. ' ' Principal Wholesalo Depot, Conrad F...

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

Female Health ! Female Health !—Thousands of females _Eufcr from derangements peculiar to the sex. ' First, and most common among these is, Keinalo _weakness or Wfaiesor Leucorrhia, with its con-¦ tant attendants, L.esitudo. Pro trati on . Lame or Weak Backand _General Debility. No one can bo entirely well who tbuB suffers, and in _hundre is of cases health is utter ly _undormineJ. Old school medicine* and drags do But lit 'e rood—often much injury; Aut HUMPHREYS' SPKClFICBOMfeOPATHIC J'lL S arCjust tho thing, relieving promptly, and curing permanently. A dol'ar_'s worth will d_» more good than quart; ol nostrumsor six months'attendance on a doctor. Six boxes for Si. Sin1_, gle boxes 25 cents. N. B.—A full set of "Humphreys'Homeopathic Specitlr.s" with Book of Directions, and twenty different remedies,' in large vials, moroccocase, $5;ditto, hi p _' aln case, $4; case of fifteen boxes, and Book, $2. Single boxes 25, c- nts and 50 cents. These Remediesby tbe single box or caseare s...

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

Davis ' Pain Killer.—I have used the medicine known as Perry Davls'B Pain EIHer in my family for the last twolve months, and have great pleasure ifa tesll. fjiog in favor of its very valuable properties. I would not on any account be without it. During the existence of tho cholera last year, I used no medicine of any _aot> but the Pain Killer, although myself,and several members of my family were; attaoked by it severely, and am happy to say that the Pain Killer was equal to; every emergency—it wag both a, preventive and a certain cure.. I _censider I should not be doing my duty to the community did I not say this much. It I were attacked by cholera to-day the Pain Killer should be the only remedy I would use. I have thoroughly tested it and know it can bo relied on. . F. E. BERGINCEND, Galena_£Hl. Sold by all druggists, grocers and medicine dealers throughout: he United States and Canadas. Thestain on linen from the use of the _Tain Killer is easily removed by washing in a...

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

HB LMBOLD'S EXTftACr * BUCHUI For Diseases of the "Bladder , Sidney, Gravel, Dropsy. 4c, &c. HELMBOLD'S Extract _Buchu fjr Secret and Delicate _DiKcases. HKLUBOLD'S Kxtract of Buchu for Nervous and Debilitated _suUerers. HKLMBOLO'S Extract of Bujhu for Loss of Memory, Loss of Power, Dimness of Vision, Difficulty of Breathing, Weak Nerves and Universal Lassitude of the _musuu.ar system. HBLMBOLD'S Extract of Buchu for all distressing ailments—ObstructionsIrregularities, Excess in married lifeor early indiscretions, &c., and _^11 _dts°_s»es of tb» sexual organs, whether existing in Maleor Ftmtio, from whatever cause they may have originated, and no matter of how long Standing_, j. , HBLMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHO is pleasant In its aste and odorand immediate in its action. Price $1 per _oftle, or six for f 6. Delivered to any _addnBS, acnomariied by reliable certificates. Sold by all _UrugRifts. au21-3m Depot. 104 South Tenth St. Philadelphia

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

gfp'WB call the attention of our readersto an article advertised hi another columncalled Blood Food It is an entirely new discovery, and must _ootbe cot founded with any of the numerous patent medicines of the day. ' It is food for the Wood, already prepared for absorption; _pleasant to the taste ana natural in actionanil whtt one gains i.e rotates. Let all those, then, who are suffering »om poverty-, impurity or deficlunoy of blooil, and consequently with, some chronic disease or ailment, ta e of this Blood Food and be restored to health. We notice tUat our _Druggists have received a supply of this article, ard alsoof the world-renowned Dr. Eaton's 1st. XAimix Cordial, which every mother should have. It is said to contain no paregoric or opiate of any hind whatever, and of course must be mvalu* ¦ le for all i nfun tile complaints. It is alsoeaid ihut it will allay all _paia, and soften the gums in process of teething, and at the same _UPe regulate the bowels. Lei all mothers and ...

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

Thb Blood is thb Life.—No more shall the poor sufferers in our country languishtheir constitutions racked by strong and dangerous mineral medicines: they will come to the fountain of healthlound in simple herbs and roots from nature's storehouse. The MOUNTAIN HERB PILLSof innocent mountain plants composed, will reach and stop their distress, and cause the blood, renewed and cleansed, to carry through the body the elements of health: building up the broken constitution, and carrying life and health, where but for them-would have/ been tbe wreck of hope—the feeble moan of suffering, at lost ended by the cold hand of death. Do not let prejudice overcome your better reason; do not look upon these Pills as only like others ; do not let your despairafter trying everything else, prevent you from trjlng these. — Tho blood must be pure , and then sickness is impossible. What a great and yet simple truth U this; it appeals to the common sense of all: it Is the great key-stone! of the healin...

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

from the New Yorker, July 30,1859. Among desitable articles , we may name as foremost the want of a useful glue, easy of useand of general and universal application to the repair of furniturecrockery, shell-work and other serviceable and ornamental purposes. The prime qualities of a good glue are immediate readiness for use at all times and reliability as a bold-Hifit. And this is the article which Mr H. C. Spalding has been so fortunate as to introduce. In convenient bottles with a bandy brash ; SpaIding'_s Prepared Glue requires no day's preparatory softening in water ; no heating for use, and no tedious delays to secure its junction and cobesion—beirg held in solution chemically, and capable of being applied instantly, and to every variety of work and requirement. _Spalding's Gluethus proves itself to be a true Household Friend, and will be welcomed heartily in all parts of the country. We have given it a trialand wo have found it quick as _hudger in taking hold, and firm as de...

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