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

Mothers, Bead Tins.—The _followiog is an extract from a letter written by the pastor of a Baptist church to the "Journal and Messensor " Cincinnati, ub;»and- _speika volumes in favor of that world-re n-iwoed medicine—Mrs. Winslow_'s Soothing Syrup for Children Teething: .-:'•:_' ¦' "Wb see nn advertisement in your column of Mrs. Wiaslow's Soothing Syrup Now we never said a _worJ in favor of a intent medicine before in our life, bnt we feel compelled to say to our readersthat this is no humbug—we have tried It, aud know it to be allil claim*. It is, probably, ono of the most successful medicines of the day, because it is one of the best. And those of your readers who have babies can't do better than to lay a _sonolv. nu22

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

PURIFY THE BLOOD Moffat _' _s Lupb Pills and Phcbnuc Bittehs.— free from ail Mineral Poison* In cases of _scrofula _Dlcors, Fcurvy, or _Eruptions of the Skin, the oi eraiion of the Life Medicines is truly asUuL-hiog, often _removing in a Tow days, every _vertig* of these loathsome dl.»eases bj their purifj ing«fleets ou tho blood. _Billiuos _Fex ers_, Fever and Ague, Uysiiepsia, Dropsy, Hies, and-io _thort, most ail dl>eases _toon yield to their curative properties. No family should be without them, as by their timely use much sullering and cx|«nse may be sav. d. Prepar-d Dy WM. B. MOFFAt, M. D., New York, and for _eale by all Druggists nov9-wly

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

BRYAN'S TASTELESS VERMIFUGE To quiet The riot Of worms—the vile 8courge3 The Vermifuge give, And, as gure as you live, They'll get their discharges. What is Bryan 's ._VikKffUQB? Simply a pare and _ti8telO8_s Vegetable Curative. No child can be harmed by itno worm can survive it, no mother should be without itno worcU can express iU value. Price 2a _eeuta. 8uld.byQso. _Birgkkb . jy20

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

_-_^_- . _IpttialvMtB. Da. Jab. McClintock' s Pectoral Sykup calms the most _harrossiug coughrelieves the oppressed lungs, and irritated _tUroat, loosens and brings away uy painless expectoration the matter which clogs the windpipe and bronchial tubes, regulates tffe excited puke, invites rest, and removes every symptom of consumption. Price SI 00. Sold by Gbo. Bkbonir. jy20

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

WIGS!—WIGS! 1—WIGS 111 BATCHELOR'S WIGS AND TOUPEES surpass all. They ire elegant, light, easy and durable. Fitting to a charm—no turning up behind—no shrinkng off the head ; indeed, this is the only Establishment where these things are properly understood and made n Bond street. New York. marl2-d_*wly

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

ggr Dr. Jas. McClihtock's Pectoral Syrup . Are your lungs weak 1 Does a leng breath give you paiu? Have you a hacking cough? Do you expectorate 'hard, ough matter f Are you wasted with night sweats ana want of sleep? If so, hxbx ra tour revest. It will un questionably save you. Price $100. _Scld by Gkorgs _iero.vek. . - mar7-dAw4m

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

0perial _JXntius Dr. McClintock's Cold and Cough Mixtube, the establi-hed and standard remedy for Cough, Cold, InfluenzaHoarsenessand all _irrititions of the mucous membrane of the throat, palate and no3e, is endorsed by physician?, and all who have _usod itas a preparation that has no rival in the field. Price 26 cents, _siold by George Bergner. _jyiO .

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

_ffltbxtal 'HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC BEMEDIES FOR THE PEOPLE. HEAR WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY. The undersigned bav ing used _Prcfesor HUMPHREY S SPECIFIC HOMOXPATHIC Rf MKDffiS in our families with the most satisfactory results, and having full confidence in their genuineness, purity and efficacy, cheerfully re commend them them to all persons who wish to have safe, reliable, and efficacious remedies at hand lor private or domestic use. _. . . The Bev. Wm. Hosmer, editor of "The Northern inae: pendent," Auburn, N. Y.; the Rev. E. H. Cres&y, D. D., lector of St. Peters Chun h, Auburn, N. Y.; the Bev. a. 1. _Ives, Chaplain of the Auburn State Prison ; the Rev. Spencer M. Rice, Rector, New Bedford, M..8S.; the Rev. Allen Steele, New York Conference; the Rev.Samuol Nichols, East Genesec Conference, N.Y.; tbe Rev. P.!\ Pratt, Dorset, Vt.: the Re-. John B. Roble, Buflalo; A. C. HarCEsq., Ulica, N. _Y., the Bon. Neal Dow, Portland, Me.; the Hon. Schuvler Coirax, South Bend, I...

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

Bonk _^lpplttatton0 A PPLICATION will be inado to tbe next /\ _ Legislature for an Increase of $400,000 te the capltiistock of the Iron City Bank, ofPitteborg, Par Ie27-wt)anl JOBN MaGOFFIN, Cashier. NOTICE is hereby given, that application will be made by the Mechanics' Bank of Pittsburg, to the Legislature at Its next meeting for an increase of $500,000 to its capital stock, making $1,000,000. jela 6mw* GEO. D. M'GREW, Cashier. A PPI_.ICATION will be made to the next _jl Legislature for the incorporation of a new Bank with the right to issue notes ; to be located in tbe city of Harrisburg, with the name O' the Stale Capital Bank, and a capital ol One Hundred _Thousand Dollars, with the privilege to increase tbe same to Three Hundred Thousand Dollars. _^ Je27_*6m ALLEGHENY BAM. NOTICEis hereby given that application will be made to the _' next Legislature at Harrisburg lor an Increase of $fiC0,000 to the capita) stock of tho Allegheny Bank, ol Pittsburg. By order of the Boa...

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

I* most be obvious not only to you, but to evory attentive and intelligent porson_, that the first diseases of infants arise chiefly from a disordered condition or their bowels, and in this connection, wo present to your notlco for the allevlatiou and cure of _theso diseases, a remedy known as DE. EATON'S INFANTILE CORDIAL, Prepared from a formula used by Dr. Eaton w th remarkable- success during several year's practice, we know it to be a most reliable and efficacious remedy for iiii .litilo complaints, and one trial alono wiii convince you of ita superiority ov«r every other preparation of tbe kind. It U particularly recommended ~ ; For Children Teething. And at this period of infan_' .ilo life, when your anxious hearts are pained by witnessing the sufferings of your little ones , it w 11 be found invaluable in Softening the Gums, Reducing _Inflammation, and RdienngaU Pain. For _DUeases attending TeetbliiK, such as DiarrhoeaDysentery, Griping in the BowelsAcidity of the Stomach ...

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

DR. MOTT'S CHALYBEATE RESTORATIVE PILLS OF IRON. An aperient and Stcn acliir _preparation ci IRON purified of Oxygen aud Careen by cou._bLtiiou in IK drogen. Sanctioned by the highest _Medical Authorities, ooth in Europe and U e Uuitt'd nates, ai d pi escribed in their practice. The experience of _thou&aods daily proves that bo preparation of Iron can be compared with iu Impurities of the blood, depression of vital energy, pale and otherwise sickly complexions indicate its necessity in almost every conceivable case. Innoxious in all ma lad _es in which it has been tried, it has proved absolutely curative in each of the following complaints, viz: In Debility, JBforvou* Affections, JSmanclpa Upn_, Constipation, Diarrhoea Dyacntery, Incipient Consumption, Scrofulous Tubercuhwu nuci , sun wuiuuuciiuruaiioii _, WhitesChlorosisJLiver ComplaintsChro _^ nlo Headaches, Rheumatism, intei milieu i Fevers, Pimples on the face «&c. In case of General Debility, _whvtber the re...

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

_Meiricol THE 0BIGINAL AHD GkMUllNJS DR. TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF SARSAPARILLA is Tbe Great Renovator of THE BLOOD. THE SOVEREIGN REMEDY FOR EK OPTIONS OF THE SKIN, UICEBATED SORES, AND ALL FORMS OF CUTANEOUS DKEAfr-'B'. Tbwe complaints wij \_tt\ _cciim ai.ii«n< <-u.ally cured hv the use of tnin WORLD RENOWNtU SAB SAPABILLA . Thousands have experienced its salutary eflccts, and tens of thousands have witnessed it, until it has ceased to be a question among tbe Intelligent portion of tbe community. ytheu the Blood becomes lifeless and stagnant, either from the effects of Spring weather, change of climate, want of exercise, the use of a uniform saline diet, or any other cause; this compound Extract or Sarsaparilla, will KKtxw the Blood, carry off tbe putrid humors, cleans* _ttiAamlfAfttt_. REGUJjAZJS TMJS JSVWJtSLS , And impart a Tone -of Tigor to the Whole Body; TO THE PUBLIC. The public aro hereby notified that the preparation ex} tensively known as D...

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

THE ONLY PREPARATION HAVING PROOFS BO STRONG AND DIRECT AS TO EXPEL THE DOUBTS OF ALL. FOR STATESMEN, JUDGESEDITORS, PHYSICIANS of the oldest _scoools as well as new, give in their unqualified sanction and recommend it for all cases of eruptionsand diseases of the scalp and brain but all who have used it, unite, in testifying that it will preserve the hair from being grey, and from falling to any age, as wellas restore. Read the following :— Oak Grove, 8. 0., June 24thi860. Prof. O. J. Wood : Dear Sir:—Your Hair Restorative is rapidly gaining popularity in this community. I have had occasion to lay prejudice aside, and give your Hair Restorative a perfect test :— During the year 1854,1 was so unfortunate as to be thrown from my sulky against a rock near the roadside, from which my head received a most terrible -blow; causing a great deal of irritationwhich communicated to the brain and external surface of the head, from the effects of which my hair was finally destroyed over the...

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

PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROADS FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FROM PHILADELPHIA, / _^ AND AFTER MONDAY, JUNE \J 26th1860, the Passenger Trains on the Pennsylvania Kailroad will depart from and arrive at Pblladelnhla aud _Harrisburz as lollowa :— G4SXWAKII. THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves at 1.16 a. m. and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.10 a. m. FAST LINE leaves at 0.20 a. m., arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.10 a. m. HAIL TRAIN leaves at 1.00 p. m., arrives at West I hlladolpbia at 6.00 p. m. These trains make close connection at Philadelphia with ¦lie New York Lines MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leaves at 0.60 a. m., Mt. Joy at 8.02, and connects at Lancaster at b.60 with Lancaster Train, arriving at West Philadelphia at Yi._lj p. m. IJAKRiSRURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves at a.60 p. m., Columbia at 6.16, and arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.06 p. m. MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN , No. 2, leaves at 4.00 p. m., Mt. Joy at 5.11, connects with Harrisburg Accommodation Train East, at Dill...

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

£_uua of _(_Jraoel _# (Eransportatioi NSW AIR LI1 ROUTE TO NEW YORK! SHORTEST IN DISTANCE AND QUICKEST IN TIME BETWEEN THE TWO CITIES O K ISTEW YORK AND HlAJE&IE_^IS-BTJIE&a-VIA BEADING, ALLENTOWN ANIX EASTON. OKN1NG &XPKXS8, West , leaves New York at 6 A M., arriving at Barrisburg at 12 46 noon , only OX hours botireen tbe two cities. HAIL LINK leaves New York at 12.00 noon, and ar rivet at _flarrisburg at 8.80 P.M. MORNING MAIL LINE East, leaves _Harrisburg at 8.00 A. M., arriving at New York at 4.30 P. M. AFTERKOON EXPRES8 LINE, East, ' leaves Harrisbur* al 1.16 P. M.. arriving at New York at 9.00 P. M. Couneciious aro made < t _uarruoarg at i.w r. m. wiw tbe Passenger Tialns In each direction on tbe Pennsylvania, Cumberland Valley and Northern Central _Railroad. All _trulus connect at Keadii g with train* for PottsviHe _und Phi.Julfcljihitt, auu at _Allentown for Manch Chunk, Kaston, &o. No cbunge ol Paraenger Curs or Baggage betw...

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

MEMS'FURNISHING GO* _i_| AND GOLDEN HILL SHI 111 AT _WHOLESALE LABGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK IV! Of the latest and most desirable ?tylc.~. i:v. ¦ manufactured expressly fur tbe approadii __ ¦ . finl> G. B. HATCH & C (» (£"403 BROADWAY...;)! (One door above the cor. of Walkor .< NEW YORK. Give notice to tho Met chants iu ail section_^ . ' ••.: that their stock of MK._N9' rcKMSRuto Gocds **¦„ i Hill Shirts is now ready for exhibition, cuu_.c full assortment of Under MrU and Drawers, Fall and IPinier Gl,:- f . and Fancy SJiirtsTies. Scarfs _stocks, Su.- p_^ . Half Hose, Linen Collars. Robes de C_/i_.n. Traveling Shawls. Raiheay Hugs, Cardt_^ Jackets, Mufflers, dc. Including many new and desirable articles i a t'.: • to be found lu any similar establishment in t ... All Shirts mado at the GOLDEN nil.I. SH1K' FACTOHY _^ biar on Uie buck of ,tlic Vukc Ui ¦ ¦t>mn • (1<^isSj Which fs our trade mark for this articlo, ami carries With It cur guarantee as ...

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

favOLD DR. HEATH'S BOOK _Jgfc Vl /of Travels and great discoveries of tbe Japan-Vr ese and East India Medicines, with full directions for tho cure of _Consumption , Bronchitis, CoughsColds, Catarrh Asthma. Fevers, Heart Disease. Scrofula , Cancer, Dvb ' popsia, Liver Complaint, Gravel and Urinary Deposits Female Complaints , &c. Illustrated with hundreds o certificates ofcures and engravings. For the purpose o rescuing as many suffering fellow-beings as possible from premature death, it will be sent to any part of the oonti; nent, by Bending 25 cents to ' ; DRS. HEATH 647 Broadway New York Qty. Sold by C B.. Keller, Harrisburg: Samuel Elliott, Carlisle; Levi Kaufltoan , _Mechahicaburg; _ChrtstianMUler, AUUersburg ; Dr. Geo. Bess, Lebanon ; J. C. Attic, Shiiipensborg. octl3-d*wly GLEANINGS FROM THE HAKVEST-FIELDS OP LITERATURE : SCIENCE AND ART I A . Melange of Excerpta Carious, Humor-J\. ous and Instructive. Collated by C. C. BOMBAUGH A. M.M.D. . < ' The above int...

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

_ffliBuiianumB. PENNSYLVANIA _^DYEING EST ABLISHMENT. OFFICE, NO. 104 MARKET STREET, B AKKISB U _KU. D O D GE & C O . -p ESPECTFULLY inform the Ladies and J_%> Oentlemen of Harrlsburg, and the public generally, tutu they have all toe machinery necessary for DYEING CLEANSING and FINISHING , in a most superior style, and warranted to give satisfaction , every description of Ladies' and Gentlemen's apparel, Ladies Dresses, Cloaks, Shawls, Handkerchiefs, fearfe, Bonnets, Ribbons. _$o.. Dyed and Finished to look like new. SILK AND SILK DKESSES WATEKED to look H_'_se the Imported article.— Gentlemen's COATS, PANXALOCNd and VESTS, Dyed, Cleaned and Finished in a most _superior style. NO RIPPING REQUIRED. CARPETS CLKANED , without injury to the fabric, removing a 11 oil and stains, and imnrov ing colors. MerhiQ, Cashmere ana other Shawls cleaned and pressed. CRAPE SHAWLS bleached and finished in a style that cannot be surpassed. Counterpanes, Quilts, Blankets-and Tick...

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

STATE AGKICULTURAL SOCIETY. SEALED _PROPOSALS will be received until tho 25th day of August next, for TWO RE3-iaURANTS to be used upon the grounds ol the _Pennsyl. van la State Agricultural Society, at _Wyoitlng during the Exhibition, September 26th, 26th, 27th and u8th. Each uuilding to be 100 feet long by 64.wide, wide kitchen attached 30 by 24 feet. The buildings to be erected by the contractor , and to be removed at the close of the fair. Also, for one LADIES' ICE CREAM, CAKE. CONFECTIONERY AND LEMONADE SALOON. A tent for this saloon, fifty feefln diameter , with tbe necessary tables and seats, will be furnished by the _sooiety. And also ibr one Gentlemen's Ice Cream , Cake, Confectionary, Lemonade, lobacco and Segar Saloon. The tent, 60 by 90 feet, with necessary fixtures for this saloon, will also be furnished by the society. Proposals may be sent to a. O. Hiester, Secretary, at aarrisburg, or to Gen. E. W. Slurdevant, General Superintendent , at Wilkeabarre. A. O. _HEISTBR,...

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

_HJLAPELPHIA . AND JUS AWING MIL ROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. _OM _AND AFTER MAY 28_*A, 1860. _tWo _JrASSENUBR TRAINS LEAVE BAKRISBURG MaIjLY, (Sundays excepted,) at 8.00 A. M., and 1.16 P. M., lor i'bilitdcipiiia , arriving there at 1 25 P. M., and _hfcTURNXAU , LKAVE PHILADELPHIA at 8.00 A. M., aud a.80 p. U., arriving at _Harrisbvrg at 12.46 noon ant B.80 r. M. * AUKS:—To Philadelphia, No. 1 Can. $8.26 ; No. a (in _sauae train,) $2.70. l {ABES s-To Beading, $1.60 and $1.80. At Reading, connect with trains for _Pottsville_, Miners-• Htt», iamao.ua, Uatawissa , &o. >UUK TRAINS _LJSAV1B READING FOR PHILADEL mUL DAILY , atoA ~ K., 10.46A M., 12.80 noon and 0.43 P. M. IJiAVE _PHILADELPHIA FOR READING at 8.00 A. M., 1.00 P, M., 8.30 f. It., and 6.00 P. M. _JTAKB3 _^-Reading to Philadelphia , $1.78 and $1.46. UUC MOKNDio _7_TKAIN FROM _HaRRISBORG CONNaCTS AT READING with up train for _Wilkesbarre rittstonandScrantoa. ' for through ticket* and other information apply to J.J...

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