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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

A Living Head on a Dsad BoDY._^-Mr. Archibald Campbell, a respectable farmer in the township of Camden East, while engaged in finishing a dwelling, on his premises, the scafi'old gave way, and he was precipitated. - head foremost to the ground, and dislocated his neck; but very fortunately and mysteriously did hot kill him. When his head was brought to its proper position, the _vortibwe of the neck letunied to their place with a dull but distinct snap. The whole body is paralyzed and dead from the neck downwards.— He is not capable of moving a muscle or experiencingtthe _slighteat pain. Fortunately the nerves supplying the muscles used in re _^ _spiration were "not paralyzed, and he can. breathe and live; had the injury ot the _sujnal cBm Seen a little ' higher, he would hav_^tued _immodiatebr_< = T-he sense oft sight, hearing, smelling, %_cT, are normal, ' and his intellect is unimpaiied. When last heard from, ttowever, there Were some indications of a return of sensatio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

Stkawbkbry Bros.—According to our agricultural exchanges, the present month is a good time to make new beds of strawberries. _Ih« ground should be rich, finely pulverized, and the plants set out before or after a shower, or in the evening, and in that case, watered. PAiNTiNa _thi CapitoIi Domb—We are Informed that the contract for painting the dome of the capitol has been awarded to Mr. John Cruiksbank, and that his bi&vri&ftoedoUarthightr thau that of Mr. George Davis.' If this be true, there are circumstances connected with the awarding of the contract highly discreditable to the Superintendent. Union Camp _Mbetimo.— A Union Camp Meet. iog will be held, God willing, by, and under the direction of the ministers and people of the Church of God, a few miles above _Mechanicsburg, Cumberland county, Fa., commencing on Thursday, the 25th inst., and to continue about one week. Ministers and people of all denominations are invited to attend. The Cumberland, Valley Bail...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

MORNING SESSTON Tuesday Morning, Aug. 28. Court met at eight o' clock A. M. THK _ASSAUI/_T AND _BATTERT CASK. The jury in the case of James M'Cleester, James M'Mannus and Columbus Weitzel, charged with committing an assault and battery on Chas. Fleck returned a verdict of guilty. A JUSTICE OF THI PKAOB _OHTAHniD WITH VIOLA TING THI LAW. Benjamin _Buffiogtonj an elderly_^ gentleman with hair fast silvering by Time's relentless hand, was arraigned for selling liquor to minore, and persons of known intemperate habits. The indictment represent ' ? the defendant as a storekeeper _ind Justice of the Peace, residing in the village of Fisherville, Washington township. Mr. Eunkle conducted'the defence. The case was submitted to the jury about. 11 o'clock A. M., who after deliberating about one houf_, returned a verdict of guilty on both _otinnts. CROSS ACTION. Richard Snowden and Robert Parker—both _descendents of Africa—the former tall and sinewy limbed, with a pate covered over w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

AFTERNOON SESSION VKNTJS IN COUKT. The first case that received the attention of the Court at the afternoon session was that of Fanny Gista, indicted several months ago .for keeping a disreputable house in the northern part of our borough. Fanny, by some means or other, has been playing "bo-peep" with our judicial tribunal for the last two or three sessions, and it was not until the present occasion that she was finally captivated into the intricate meshes of the law, and made to snuff the odoriferous atmosphere that lingers around our temple of justice. A charming looking defendant was Fanny t Her skin was of dazzling whiteness; her forehead lofty and pearless; her lips like an opening rose-bud, and her cheeks vied with the fair hue of a summer sunset. Her hair, ' black as midnight, bung in cork-screw clusters on either side of a face full of vivacity, archness and /piquancy, and added much to, the natural language of'her head. Her form was well _developed", aod elegantly a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

Dr. M'Lane's CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE LIVERPLLLS. "IX_^_TE beg \eaye to call the attention of the Trade, and more especially the Physicians of the country, to two of the most popular remedies now before the public. We refer to Dr. Chai. M'Lane's Celebrated Vermifuge and Liver Pills. We do not recommend them as universal Cure-alls, but simply for what their name purports, viz.: THE VERMIFUGE, F_^ expelling. Worms*-, from the humanffystem. It has _^ al_^pbeen administered with the most satis_^ factory results to various Animals _Subject to Worms. THE LIVER PILLS, For the cure of Liver Complaint_^ all Bilious Derangements, Sick Head-Ache, &c. In cases of Fever and Ague, preparatory to or after taking Quinine, they almost invariabl y make a speedy and permanent cure. As specifics for the above mentioned diseases i they are Unrivaled, and never known to fail when administered in accordance with the directions. Their unprecedented popularity has induced* the proprietors, Fleming...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

DR. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, AND DR. HOOFLAND'S BALSAMIC CORDIAL, The great standard medicines _ofjhe present age, have acquired their great popularity only through ytars of trial. Unbounded tatisfactionis rendered by them in all cozes; and the people have pronounced them worthy. .. _lirer Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Debility or the Nervous System, Diseases of the Kidneys, and all disease* arising from a disordered Over or weakness of the stomach and digestive organs, are speedily and permanently cured by the GERMAN BITTERS. The Balsamic Cordial has acquired a reputation surpassing that of any similar pre paration extanL It vrill cure, without sail, the most severe and long-standing Cough, Cold, or Hoarseness, Bronchitis, _* >»• _fioniza, Croup, Pneumonia, Incipient Consumption, and has performed the moet astonishing cures ever known of _uJjimiflrt Confirmed rum imi|iii|_f A few dotes will aim at <_JBr cure the most severe Diardfl_^ from Cold in the _Bowg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

COTJItT PROCEEDINGS The Court of Quarter Sessions and Oyer and Ter miner of Dauphin-county, commenced yesterday morning at 10 o'clock,before their honors Judge Pearson, (President) and _Hiester and Nisley, associates. BBPOBTS 07 CONSTABLES. The constables of the several wards and townships of the county submitted returns fiom their respective bailiwicks, which, generally, exhibited a very encouraging state of affairs. THK GRAND JUKY. ¦ ' The list of Grand Jurors for thepresent term was then called over and twenty-one answered to their names. The absentees were Messrs. Leonard Moyer and Moses Nutt. UHAHUB TO TBS JOEY. His honor Judge Pearson ' then proceeded to charge the grand jury in his usual clear and lucid style. The offences upon which they would be called to act, as enumerated by him were burglary, larceny, passing counterfeit bills, forgery, spiriting away witnesses, keeping bawdy houses, adultery, disorderly houses, riot, assault and battery, assaults, assault and ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

FRANK A. MURRAY. (_Successor (0 Wm. ParkiU,) LIVERY & EXCHANGE STABLE. _TTTTifn STBSEI BELOW HABKET. HAYING purchased the interest of J. Q. AiMxa in the establishment , and made large additions to the stock, the undersigned is prepared to accommodate the public with Sofckior _Horsbs for saddle or carriage _purposes_^ind with every variety of VEHICLES or the latest and most approved styles, on reasonable terms. . -. < . ,-, _->¦ PLBASDRE PARTIES will be accommodated with Omnibuses at short nottae - < : ¦ v CARRIAGES AND OMNIBDSSS FOR FUNERAL OCCA SIONS will be ftirniahed, accompanied by c&refal and obliging drivers. He In viU8 an Inspection of his Stock, satisfied that it is rally equal to that ot any other establishment _»f the kind in town. ' - ¦' FRANK A. _JHUSRAY. BRANttt STABILE Tbe undersigned has opened a branch of bis "LTTKRY and EXCHANGE STABLE," in the buildings lately occu pied by A. W. Barr, in Fourth street opposite the Bethel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

_PARTNERSHIP DISSOLVED. THE co-partnership heretofore existing between the undersigned, doing business under tho firm of Murray & Adams, was this day dissolved by tt&itaal consent The business will ' be continued by FRANK A. _MDfiBAY, who will settle the accounts or tbe late firm. FRANK A. MURRAY, augll-dtf J. Q. AIMMP. ATTENTION! BRIOAOB INSPECTOR'S OR0BRS NO. *. THE Comganies composing the 3d Brigade 6th Div. Pa. Vol. win meet fbr Battalion Parade aud Inspection, on _Frtday, the 30th day of Septem ber, 1850, at Fishervilln, Dauphin county, 1'a The Commanding Omoer of the Regiment will form the line at 10 o'clock, A. M . precisely. Also, the uniforrn companlos known as the Lykens Valley Cavalry," American. Guards, TJnlontown Infantry, Grau Rifle and Washington Side, composing the First Regiment, shall at the same time and place as above stated, elect one suitable person for Colonol, and one person for Major of said Regiment, in place of Wm. H. Yohe and Henry E. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

SHEET MD BOOR MR PIANO JPORT_^S. : ORGAN HARMONIUMS AND MELODEONSl VIOIINS, GTJITAES, FLUTES, &c., MUSICAL.MERCHANDISE IN GENERAL. No 9a Market Street-WIMJAM _KNQ(?HE. SOLE AGENT for the sale of Schomacker & Go's., celebrated Pianos and Mason & Hamlin's Metodeous and Organ Harmoniums , by special appointment • New Pianos and Meledeons always on hand. Second hand instrumenU.Uken as part payment for new ones. Sheet Music or all; kinds from a leading publishing House in Philadelphia- ' • _' - r ° _^ Citizens and others desiring Instrnmente, Sheet or Book l«usic.are _respectfally !nvTfed to call at No.»2 Market sUeet, or they will be waited upon by making their wishes known to W KNOCHK. All orders, by mall or otherwise will be promptly attsided to. mar2-dly-rd .iun27

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

NEW MUSIC STORES. No. 93 Market Street, Harrisburg. SHEET MUSIC, Instruction _Bobks, MUSICAL _MERCHANDISE _GEXBRA1LT. PIANOS, MELODEONS, GUITARS, VIOLINS, FLUTES, J . vr ACPQRDEON_^, &o., O. C. B. <JARTER. junl5-dtf v r >-. ' tr

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

_IMPOKTANT TO CONSUMERS _m GOALl_; • ,., _- ¦ "VT0T owiDg to the large quantity of Coal J3I on hand, _botlto the conUnued and great demaitd. i Eve r_=iuo« the Price df Goal .... - " -_^ TlFTYCJNTS ON THK TON! Lesstnan sold heretofore, and will deliver it at short notice to any part of the town. We have on hand the Lykens valley. Broken at.............$3 00 per ton. " " Egg ".......i._i... 3 00 " " <l Stone «• ...... 2 60 «« " " Nut "... 2 00 " WilkeabarreBroken "......._<..... 8 00 '* " Cue ola " .. .....800 " " Nut ".... 2 40 » I sell the real Lykens Valley Coil, and not the Short Mountain for _" Ly ken's Valley, as is done in many Inst&noes. All Coal from my Yard can _oa relied upon as being what tissold ror. [iyi9_dSm | K, _BYKBfi. " " "1_TAX TCTdlTRO'nT'ft • CITY R2 S T A U R AN T , FOURTH STREET NEAR CHESTNUT., k Superior article of LAGER BEER and _j\ WINS always on hand- . Lovers of these beverages are respectfully Invited to call. augl&dtf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

NEW RAIL ROAD ROUTE FROM _jaAHRISBtJRG T ' Q " 2_€K W Y O R K . BY Lebanon Valley, East Pennsylvania, Lebigh Valley and. Central New Jersey Rail Roads. Passing through Lebanon, Beading, Allentown_, Bethle hem, Easton and EUzabethport. Fare Through, between Harrisbnrg and New York 4arQNX.TS4k.9O.-eti PASSENGER TRAIN8 leave Harrisburg daily (Sundays excepted) at 8 A. M.,reach Reading at 10 A. M., leavo at 12noon, and arrive at New Torkat 7P. M. A-TEBNOON TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 2.45 P.M., reaches Beading at 5 P. U., lodges there, loaves next morningat 6A..M., and arrives at Now York at 12 noon. RETURNING, leaves New York at 11.45 noon, and making close connections with all the above KoacU, rang directly through to Harrisburg, an _iviug there at 8.25 p m • -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

P. K. Gurcurauxi, Ohio, July 4,1857, Gbrs:—Having used , and witnessed the . beneficial effects of Parry DaoW Pain _KiOer, I take great pleasure in recommending it to the,public as the very host family medicine with which I am acquainted. In this establishment are employed nearly 100 persons, and your Pain Killer ins been used with the most astonishing results. *—For _^ fOUR YKABSnot a single severe case of chollc_, summer complaint, or _dysentery_. ' _. _but has yielded like magic to the curatlvo powers or the " Killer;" and for cut*, bruises, etc., it is in almost daily use, and with like good effects. - _; JOHN TANNER, - Foreman of Wrighteon_'s & Go's Printing Establishment. The stain on linen, from the use of the Pain Killer, is •utly removed by washing in alcohoL Sold by druggists, grocers and medicine dealers generally..;^. ,... augl8-d*w2w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

FOR THROUGH TICKETS, apply at the Depot _ofjhd Lebanon Valley Kail Road in Harrisburg. _^_tHKm (Signed) _^ _JAkfES igK ; aug9_;dtf _^n_. Supl *~» p—»- rfggt^»e B _. DR,GEO,F. MM_#ro£ ^" Office in Market Street_^^_fr \ Up in "• "" . I from the Post^^^ _W _jg kJ_^ERU.'S COD IJVER _oJ_^_PL lJ*. -\ »_nd tV I Aa by the medical fe^^R_*_25lii— \ •»» * 2A- U is palatable, J_^^P_^d &Q0 >* \bt_>PB1 etc.which are mos_^^^_Vr**r .v_^_n _ic _j _joolt I i_^tet • _ite natural state./ -M_^^^BBW»IUSJI> . \ ** tionit-is _carrieddjl_^^^^r ' , vision, and _evexsj_^^_f ' * angM-dlw IP i UHliM"*"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

_PENNSYLVANIA STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY. T_71XHIBITI0N,—Tbe Ninth Annual Ex-. _iTi hibuion of tbe Pennsylvania State > Agricultural Society, wiU be held at.Bowelion, Philadelphiaoh Tuesday-, Wednesday, Thursday aud Friday, tbe 27th28th, •29th and 80th days of September Dexfc—On tbe 1st September, tbe Secretary will remove-to the Booms of tho Fhiladelpbia Society fox tbe promotion or Agriculture, NO. 628 " _Cheetnut sn-eptPhiladelphia, where _Bool$_s oi Entry foir the Exhibition will be opeued. ; Letter? addressed la the Secretary, at Harrisburg, ,or OmK&i- £_»gle_, ii atleton, will meet with attention &1 _lat. September. _, _, . ¦ , .. - > * Aris • - . A. O. PIES_^E_^Saat&Kry. " MSr 'GdSdBTor _EU_^_filo_^WriwiottaJLtheMlroada ltoU»«StoVe, to and fro, free of charge. au#i3_^t_.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

Select Schools for Boy* and Girls. FRONT STREET ABOVE LOCUST. THE Fall term of ROBERT M'ELWEB'S School; for boys, will open on the last Monday in 'August. The room is. well . ventilated, comfortably furnished, and,-jto every respect well adapted for Ecnool _purposes. CATHARINE M'ELWBB'S Sqhoo) for girls, located iu the-eamo building, will opea for the fall term at the same time. The room . has bean, elegantly fitted up during tho vacation, to proinotb the health and comfort of scholars. _antlO_^itJr

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

~ STATE OF THE THBRttOMBTBK. mau Womb, Harritbvrg, August 28, '69. l _. A.M. 4, A.M. 7,A.». 12,*OO» 2, ML *_"~^ 58 «2 76 77 _[ _BiRnmrrRR al 7 o'_cloelc A _|m. 20.038 2 o'clock p. M. 29.000

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

hHb _Cdgntph ==_i " " ~ hTbrisbub&' Tuesday Afternoon, August 23, '59

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