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

SOHWERIN'S _ANNIHILATING POWDER, _jL _^MMmn- s THE only OtMEiS _^SaBai_^ jLKNOWN aud best artik ^^¦SaHSHHRlA cle _*° exterminate Roacb-AB9|Eg|_uH|^^_L esBed Bugs, Ants, Moths, _QgS|^^H Flies, Fleas,gardenWerms_, _^^^ ¦ M|^K Vine Bugs, &c. IT CONiiipSSjmS_^_SHk TAINS NO POISON. _^ &M%%_am)_mfc_^imm _~ * _* _jbS&T& 8Ure l _^ea _^1 tB ' &AT8 Mr. SCHWERIN received Certificates from President of Girard College, r irectors of House of Refuge , Pennsyl. vania Hospita 1 , and other prominent Public Institutions of Philadelphia. U. S. Jail, Washington, D. O and Charity Hospital. New Orleans, La. • • The origfnal certificates can be seen at the Wholesnlo and Retail Depot, V2_± North Second street , PniladelpWa . and for sale in Harri&burg by Charles A.BannvaAl_) ' W-Grofis ft Co , G. W. Riley and C. K. KeUer _^d by all Druggists and Grocers everywhere ' y <^bwSotv«?hi _%Ssmi UonB> Bemember to ask for SCHWERIN'SAnnibilating Powder...

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

i$$O. 1860. Aorthem Central Railway I NOTICE. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. U_._S AND _AFTSR SUNDAY, MAY _imn, I860, the Passenger Trains- on the Northern ueutnUtuilway will leave Harrlsburg as follows • <—GOliNtr SOUTH. HJU-fcESS TRAIN will leave at. 1.40 A. M. _ACMJMMOUATWN TRAIN wlU leave at..7.3O A. M. MAIL T1UIN will leave at... 1.00 P.M. '" . fcrOl NG "~ NORTH. MAlL TRAIN wlU leave at. .1,»O P. M _BXPKIiaa TRAIN wlllleave at _0.3» P. M fife only Trains leaving Harrisburg on Sunday win bt a« KXPIUSB ThAIN at 1.40 A. M., going 8outb, and the kXl'KJkSs 1HA1N at 9.32 P. M., going North. i or turther Information apply at the Office, in Penn_'a I allro«t>l_^pot. _^ ' JOHN W. HALL, Agent _liurrisburg, May 26, I860.—ma26-dtf

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

NEW FIRM, NEW GODl_^ NEW PRICES! _HHHB SUBSCRIBERS having _succo_^_f JL to ttoeWjaoLESALE AND RETAIL GROthRV r _K «^ of Messrs. GROSS & KUNKELut _**y: _STREBT WHARF , would _respectfuUy annouiic- i ; citizens of _Harrigburg and vicmity, that t-Uy "r pared io offer for sale a large and coujplete a-s1 rl" Groceries, Provisions, Fish, Salt, Grain, Flonr, Ropes, in great vai:et}. _Uueensware, P _aicts, Oils, _Fmid, Glass Hail*-., Cement, &c_,&t _, Our Large SPRIKQ STOCK, purchased In rhn_^-.Z: and New York , and now arriving has been 6w--\" . with muoh care , and will present (rreat InUucenK- 'S-" close buyers. We Intend to keep FIRST-CLASaGOODS,anJ _5> ;r NOIBB UNDERSOLD, and hope bv _honordbfs dea--- - merit and receive a share of patronage. _,

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

PHILADELPHIA _AHDj HEAT3IN _0 BAILROAiD KFDUCTION OF PASSENGER FARES. Oir ~ and *_neJr MONDAY, APRIL ad, 1SOO _COMMUTATIOJT TICKETS WITH 26 Coupons , will be issued be-.„„ _nuJZfVH_? I01 "!? de8l_»ed, good Ibr the holder or any member of his family, in any Passenger train, aid »» ¦»y| «««-at 26 per cent, below thTw_^BMST Parties havtog occasion to use the Road _E_^_enSv ob trasiiUMor pleasure , will find the above i_^_mnTmiin convenient and economical; as _FouV_^LJS_?_S run _dato each way between Beading and P_^Stem_^ and Two Trains daily between Reading * _K_$X_?h aarrteburg. OnSunday« ,pidyonemornL glSSn dowV Md one afternoon train up, _ruiu between PoSsvlito_^aSd J^^_' _guZF***' ¦*on »° _^ -SS phi»,tothere«p>oUve Ticket Agents _oTthe _\ine ~ or to

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

STRAWBERRIES! THE PRESENT WEATHER is highly favorable for planting Strawberries, and if done soon a fair crop of fruit, sufficient to cover the epst of plants and planting, may be expected next season.— UpwardB of 100 VARIETIES, Native and Foreign, have been tested by the subscriber_, and, after having rejected many, he is able to furnish ai that are really desirable , in any quantity and at fair prices. ADVICE GIVEN, as to choice of varieties, preparation of soil and afterculture. If desired, he will, for a reasonable compensation, PLANT BEDS, warranting good crops of the best fruit For the accommodation of the public he will have plants for sale in the LOWER MARKET HOUSE, on Tuesday and Friday evenings and Wednesday and Saturday mornings. H. A. MliiH. KSTSTON* _WTOSKBr_, ) Harrlsburg, August 20, I860. J

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

ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL, B . R O A I> W A Y • NEW YORK. W HEN completed , six years at: St. Nicholas was universally pronounced imagnificent, _convanlent , and thoroughly orjra- _' - " _tabllshment of tho kind on this continent _^ i ¦•¦'• then It remains to-day—without a rival in f;z\ - _tuousness , and in the general elements ol\ .,u:ui ; joyment. _Tte Hotel has accommodation_^ :¦• _• - guests, including 100 complete suites o! _aiarin._^_- --ramiUes. Six hundred persons can U in: > * seated at the tables or its three public diuiug r. • _« • nothing that modern art has devised for tbi- < ¦(¦ ¦ • • ' ¦ and social gratification of the _traveilnp publi-:-omitted in its plan , or is neglected in its prat x. The tarly reputation of the house at home an _i » derived from it_? _magnitude , its eupo-b *\> ¦ ' and Its-homeuke comforts and luxuries, d« ' hanced every year i»y the unwearied *;i;^ proprietors. my22-d3m _JBKALWELL, WHlTCoi:H -5-

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

STORAGE :no:Rrw".A_:R,:_Dxisr_^ AND COMMISSION BUSINESS rpHE subscribers haver leaned t!a _. _L sive Warehouses and Railroad track (brim pied by the Philadelphia and Beading Rallro.vl _c :: as a freighting department , No. 248 Kortu liio.i.: and will transact a GENERAL STORAGE, FUi;U'_A •ND COMMISSION BUS1NJJSS5, in conuecliuii v.-. ¦ Foreign and Domestic Shipping and _Produce at !- - nut street. _ITiey are prepared tc receive , ship aud f :-land or by water, all merchandise and pi": may bo offered, _storage capacity 25,001, bur _:¦ every convenience for receiving and disolinr_^.i - _Warchouno receipts willbegivm fur ml i»_i _> storage, with bills of landing for shipment. Consignments of _merchaxdize and _produrc i¦¦ dress will receive prompt _attention FOWLE, HARRIS A; (i 128 Walnut and *2i8 North Bi .: • Philadelphia, _AprilHi. I860' —6md.

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

WALTER _&. WHITEMA DEALEB IN FINE GEOOEEIES, N. W. CORNER _17tl» AND Altdl _^ PHILADELPHIA, IMPORTER OF CROSS & BLACKWELL'S ENGLISH PICKELS AND SAl (_t Particular attention paid to ho!a tii.. FINS TEAS AND COFFEES POlt FAB11L._IKS. 8DGAB5 always at Keflucrs' prices, ii . _- LIQDOBS and SEGAKF- of _tho _hwt brauJ.- »>¦ hanrl .. . -

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

ANEW _LOT OF LADIES' SHOPPING & TRAVELING BAGS _Comprising a number of mew styles.GENTS' and LADIES' Money Purses and Wallets. A fine assortment Just r©cer»6d and tor sale at ' T BERGNJCR'S CHEAP _, 61 Market Street.

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

WM. J. STEES_, 0A&P E NTE EANDJOBBEB. CORKER WALXUT AND FRONt &1_SES1_S. QBBING of all kinds done at short <•! notice, in good style, and on reasonable terms. JtUflUdl. JUDSOB'S Mountain Herb Pills. ' 'plJE juventoraud manufacturer of "Jud-J_ son's Mountain Uerb I ills,"hm spent the greater rairt of his life in travelling, having vuited ucarly every country in the world lie spent over sis years anion the Rocky Mountains and or Mexico, and it was thus that the "Mocstaix Hkrb Piixs" were _discrvered. A very interesting account of his adveutures there, you will find in our Almanac aud Pamphlet. ti u an _oatnhiishcd fact, that all diseases arise from IMPURE BWODI Tbe blood U the lire 1 aud when any fortign or unhealthy matter gels mix*! with it, It is oncedistrbuted to every organ of tbe body. _Kvery nerve feels the poison, and all tbe vital organs quickly _comj.lain. The stomach will not digest the food perfectly. Tbe liver ceases to eecrete a sufficiency...

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

BOLQGNA SAUSAGE Ml A LARGE and very superior invoice just £Jl received, and for sale low by •P11 WM;DOCR\Jr _Sfamnfl iilacijtnfs. FOli _TEtff BEST FAMILY <¦ ING MACHINE CALL AT THE OFFICE OF xHi CENTRAL _PENHNSYLVAHIA AGENCY r WHEELER & WILSON'S FAMILY SEWING MAC,:;, '. Price from $60 up. This Sterling Machine makes tho <-<!._;.. .< LOCK STITCH OOOOODD O"/ Among the undoubted ad rantacs it _<....,. others, may be named the _IoUowiujs . 1. IU simplicity of construction, ai _i ¦• ,. . dom from derangement and need of r_>_-;.. . _~. 2. tts unexamiiVfi rapidity and ease ..i ¦> _, ,._rj!, 8. iunob">' -*-:t_«3_'.. 4. The gr at variety or _purpose • i¦ . w:.-,. plied, whir a can be achieved by uu <..;.,, means. Aid. 6. The pre-eminent buctt and _ihtubiuti ,, i OFFICE AT THE _EAGLK \\t>| Also at _KEFTS DAGCERREAN _RKim.v Slartret, where a lady is in constant _amv ...: the operation of the machines, giro u;...

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

QORN AND OATS _^ _^ ¦ ¦-._* . :-.;> M. WHEELER. |

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 20 September 1860

'\[ ' , SPM3H0F ; s ., Tim _^mm &a« ron _^ _|At... ihfi..£ii&<llw^;]_fe0tiog):_C.. W_1_DNESDAX, SBETI_^BE Ri 12, i860.) Oabeirigcalled'to thecbair . Gen, . CJAjgdpj_^ BpoTO as follows: • _Itfjftiiio small honor to me to have been selected by the republicans of Erie to preside ojert these assembled thousands, who have met to give utterance to their indignation toward an administration that iias abused the trust ripe, sed in it by a confiding people; and to manifestloeir deterniuiawqli't6 plkce _' af-lKe head of the gonetnment wiser Ana better _£bem lam _gratijaed to meet with vou here, oa _(the: s^>|I; _whidfiVs _tflWa 3 : s been' dUoted tCr freedom. Id M&iatetencexif _thiB multitude, assembled tbe to he_^dUcussed great _JsBoes upon which tbe _ttefl_^_Tife _'-fiaHonal -ta'tnpilign is made, "and _whosV iesult is earnestly 5, hoped for as a" victory for lidbt—in the Dje_^ence of _thjs multitude insptrea _tts one-njina with'the_^tirribg ev ent...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 20 September 1860

Ifleotcal. DR. JOIFSON LOCK HOSPITAL Ha* Jitt':overed tho mouieanaiu_._spoerty , _>-i ollectealroraodv in me world Tor MSEASE_* OF _IMPKCDENCfc tUI» IS 8U TO _TWBLVI HOCK* Vo Mercury or Ifoxxout Drugs-«jr A CUM WA8_MSTK0, OK SO CHAROi. l« _W_« US1 TO ** Two _DAYrf «*» w_«a!tntu8 of the Back or _Llmbe, duitturua, Fains in t_^_tt_^otionBor »he KiducyB ltna Bladder Org«lc _Waknass, Nervous Debility, Decay of the I'hystaal Pow-«™DvBMP8ia Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion ofldcu aSonheHog art,_femldUF, TremblingsMmnen d _KK Giddiness. DiseW of _^e Stomach AffecUonaol thfi Head Throat, _kose or SVln-those terrible _disorders Sis&g from tho indisoretion or Solitary Habits of Youth-£o»e dreadful anddwtruclive _Polices which produce ooMtitntiotial debility_, render marriajre _ImpoMlblc, and deetroybothbody _an_^nd ^^^ Younij men especially who have b«cume the victimsol solitary Vice, that dreadftil aud destructive habit whlct annually swoepg to an untimely grave thousands ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 20 September 1860

_Sltintal HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PEEPAEATION HELMBOLD'S _BrCHO for the Bladder. HELMBOLD'S BDCHU lor the Kidneys. HlvLMBOLD'S BVCHV for the Gravel. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU lor the Dropsy. HKLMBOLU'S BUCHU for Nervousness. HELMBOLU'8 BUUHU for Loss or Memory. IlBLMBOLD'd BUCHU forDlmnesi of Vision. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU lor Difficult Breathing. HELUB0U>_y BUCHU for_.Weak Nerves. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for General DebUity. Ub-LMBOIJD'S BUCHU for Univei sal Lassitude. _UELMBOLiyS BUCHU for Horror of Disease. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Night Sweats. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for _Wakelulnees. ' HELMBOLD'S BUCHU Tor Drynees of the Skin. HBLMBOLD'S BUCHU lor Eruptions. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Pain in the Back. UELMBOLD'd _BUoHU for Heaviness of the _Eyelids with Temporary Suffusion ai d Loss of Sight. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU lor Mobility and Restlessness. with Want or Attention and Horror of Society. BELMBOLD'S BUOHU for Obstructions. BELMBOLD'B BUCHU for _Excesses arising from Indiscretion, and all diseases of FEMALE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 20 September 1860

MOfJE«- _uaL_^_d» LIFE FILLS AND PHOENIX BITTERS. _HpHESE MEDICINES Bave now been be-JL fore the public _f_«r a period of THIRTY YEARSand during that limo have maintain _e d a high character in almost every part of the Globe, for their extraordinary and immediate power of restoring perfect health to persons suffering under nearly every kind of disease to which the human frame Is liable; The following aroamong the distressing variety of human diseases in which the VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES Are well known to bo infallible. _DYSFUPS1Aby thoroughly cleansing the first and second stomachs, and creating a flow of pure, healthy bile, instead of the stale and acrid kind; FLATVLBNCYLoss of Appetite, Heraiburn, Headache, Restlessness, Ill-Temper, Anxiety, Languor and Melancholy, which are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will van _ishi as a natural consequence of its cure. CO»T1VENK88by cleansing the whole length of the intestines with a solvent processand without violence; all violcLt p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 20 September 1860

MRS.| WINSLOW, ..,, .An-experienced Nurse and Female Physician, present? tor * ¦** ¦ the _attrintjkw of mothers her g_^_OTiHN#* _W&6XJ t, . For Cliilclren TeetlUner, which greatly facilitates tbe process of teething, by soft ening the gums,reducing all inflammation—will allay AIX PAIN, wad spasmodic action, and Is SUBE TO BEGULATE THE BOWELS. Depend upon it, mothers, It will _giva rest to yourselves AND, RELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR .INFANTS We have put up and sold this article for over ten years, and gait say , in _coNrmxNcs and truth , what we have never been -able to say of any other medicine—NEVKR HAS II FAILED, IN A _SISGLB INSTANCE TO EFFECT A CURE, when timely used. Never did we know an Instance of dissatisfaction by any one who used it. On the contrary, all are delighted with its operations, and speak in terms of highest comn>endation of its magical effects and medical virtues. We speak In this matter "what wi do know, alUr ton years' experience, AND _PXKW31 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 20 September 1860

Mxsttiiantaus Dyspepsia Remedy DR. DARIUS HAM'S AK0MATIC INVIGORATING 8PIRIT. This Medicine has bemused by the public for six years, with increasing favor. M it recommended to Cure Dyspepsia , _Nervousness , Heart-Burn , Colic Paint, Wind in the Stomach , or Pains in the Bowels , ' . Headache, Drowsiness, Kidney Complaints, Low Spirits, Delirium Trtmens, Intemperance. It Stimulates, Exbharates, Invigorates, but will not _intoxicate or stupefy. AS A MEDICINE it is quick and effectual, curing tnemost aggravating cases of Dyspepsia, ey Complaints, and all ether derangements of the Stomach and Bowels, in a speedy manner It will instantly revive the most melancholy and drooping spirits, and restore the weak, nervous and sickly to health, strength and vigor. Persons who, from the Injudicious use of liquors, have become dejected, and their nervous systems shattered, constitutions broken down , and subject to that horrible curse to humanity,-the Delirium _Tremjks , will, almost immedi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 20 September 1860

/*&A V\ ©a 1_^2 A? ECONOMY! V\ ^»\ 3/_& *A&\ _^ Save _theJPieces! _^W At accidents mtt happen, even in wU-regulatedfamilies it|_is very desirable to have some cheap and convenient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, &o. t spaiding's:pbepabbd glue meets all such emergencies , and no household can afford to be without it. It is always ready and up to the sticking point. There * is no longer a necessity for limping chairs, splintered veneers, _headles toys and broken cradles. It is just the article for cone, shell ana other ornrmental work, so popular with ladles of refinement and taste. - This admirable preparation is used cold, being chemically held in solution, and possessing all the qualities of the best cabinet-makers' Glue. It may be used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly more adhesive. "USEFUL in EVERY HOUSE."' . N. B-—A Brush accompanies each bottle. Price 26 cts. Wholesale Depot, No. 48 Cedar street, New York. Address ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 20 September 1860

THANK A. MURRAY, LIVERY & EXCHANGE STABLE terms. 8Ud most *Wnrei styles, in reasonable _mx$*l$nf _^U _^NWUaiM FOR FDNERAX 00CAoblSg drivers ULcd ' «_ccom_^i_^ »? _oarefiiu_^d f_^yequXThifif 011011 of Ute 8tW5lc . "tisfled that it Is In _UwS lhat ol _™y oltt_«f establishment _ef the kind ¦FUANK A. MURRAY. BRANCH STABLE he.e us Is _prWed in reet "P_^ 1 _" _^ _wthel , I* stock i8 lar_^_ttL?va l _SUll n n ; ea '.r' eil_?0I 'l 'bte .t«rtDI>_- 28 du-rdauin ' arieU _» 8nd *»• re _Mminend_^ _Jtseir. _^JJ iRANK tMTJlWA_^

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