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

Ilavinp procured Steam Power Presses , we aw prepared to executeJOBand BOOK PBIN51NG of every description, cheaper that it _canliefdoraaf ^»_y other <stabiahmenMn _thefcoWtry. ¦ 1 1 _' ' .._^ ¦ m (RATES OF _ADVKRTTSTKtf. 49-Four lines orlen constiioie one half square. Eight lill_« or more than four constitute a square. Hall Square, one day SO 26 " one week 1 00 . ¦ _»nemonth .....-,,.. Si00 " three months ft 00 " six months 4 00 , one yew.... ' ..I' . ' ... 6 00 Onefquarr one day.v jo I «• _bn_6vfe_^...... ¦ ......;* 00-" one month 300 " three months 5 00 " sixmotttliB 8 00 onejear.... 1000 4SpBugilieS8 notices inserted in the Lecal column, cr befikre MatriagOS and Deaths, FIVJB GEK1_S PJER _JLINB forSfcaSerflon. -* ! ' t7Ii - 4S-lfarriage3 and Bfi&ths to bo charged as regular

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

THE TELEGRAPH IS PUBLISHED h\iuti _^_ax, (StJ-VPAYf EXCF.PTEP,) BY GEOBGEJBERGNER & COrr«MS Sl.NGLK Sl/HSCRIFTIOK. will be _«l'»rBcaJf11AVn SKMi-WreKiv Tklmimpb. «»ph-<_h1* publishi-l twice a week during The _inMRAPHi .s«^ al)(_, wpekly (,nrlrij: , nBre . me _aesBion of t.ic ' aOd _fiirnUhcii to subscriber* at the maindcro! _tnrj< - ; _^_S_/ _^riWH per year . ...... ¦•¦ *_£_§ Seven „ i_. 16.00 T<>n TBK UW _O? NKW8_PAPKRS_«. , r ,,,e-s order thn discontinuance oi _tlicir news ' _eS tho publisher may continue iu _aeud them until _ffi _wr»n*_os "• gj_^ M to ta|fe ,nclr new8pa. lf f [he offl ° e to which they «re directed, tbey are _f_^blo until"hey h.v -_^_11 _«h« bin, an-1 ordere, _llm rt isrmttaned

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

LATEST NEWS!!! _E) K . }S WO P JK 'S TONIC FOR FEVER aND AGUE, WILL CURE the most obstinate cases '¦i_> TWBNTY-roca hodbs." It is aUaa_^preveiitive lor such as are liable to this disease. 1 his celebrated TONIC removes all Flatulency, regulates the Bowel3, Purifies the Blood, gives tone ttftao Digestive Organs , aud creates an appetite. ¦¦ .*'' * Sole ageut lor this city and Dauphin county is Wm. Loeffler, appointed by me. _DS._45U?oPE. - au9 d3m . - _Cy ASS\Aotibil> _ilAAlSj bt a vei'y superior / quality, just _received and for sale by WJI. COCK JR., & CO. A BOOK FOR THE TIMES AMD FOR THE PEOFXE! McKINNEY'b "Our Government, or Constitutional Hanual, _' " giving the construction of the Constitution of tbe United States, as determined by Judicial decisions or derived Irom standard writers. For sale by the author, at narrisburg, Pa., and at the bookstores generally. PKICB $1 00. jylO-dAWtf

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

KQT THE FIRST ARRIVAL, BUT ABB1VED IN DUE TIME TO BE SOLD AT REDUCED PRICES, LYKEN S VALI-EY-SIOVE COAL, $2,60 per ton. • " NOT " $J_4.OO " Also constantly on hand, LYKKN'S VALLEY BROKEN, '• «« EGO, CUPOLA AND STEAMBOAT COAL, _WHJ££SBAKRK BROKEN , • NO. 3 and 4, NUI. Blacksmith Coal, Allegheny and Broad Top. Also, _Hickory, Oak and Pine Wood. E. BYKRS. nil No. 102 _Cbesmntstreet. GiH 04_SES CLAREX, embracing all the _nSffi WM_£DO0K_# JE_^ _UOOr

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

IS _3E3 _^7\_T FAMILY DRUG STOEE. 1W E UNDERSIGNED BAb OPENED a Whok-taie and Retail Drug and Prescription Store, m the lnm Krout Builning, No. 128 Market street, lately occupied by Mr. fcby, wonre can bo found an entire new Jm _™ Fresh and pur0 Drugs , Perlumery, _S, ¦ MAI 1L, COAL OIL LAMPS, Burning Fluid , Ale. U\ Patent aeuicintH _, stationery. Fancy Articles, &c, &o. We ^?t ° u ageUty lor tno S(Uo ot Kllne'8 Celebrated ArUSlste l ° wblch wo wouW mvit0 lhe attentlon ot By strict attention to business , and desire to please _v* respectluli , _^ a share or _Public Patronage. _^ _n n o , «». W. MILES. cu hand " HftVttnB Se «ar8 aBd TobaocootinstanU y aiirb-aiv

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

MAOHINEItY. - _JEVOiRX ' deBcfi|>ti6i£ ? oi iron or Wood jCi"Machinery built ia theJj cstmannei at-tho ii_^-: : . " " _« '-_^ ^; ::; - - ¦ _^mftUS WORKS, Penna. R. Road, alw e State street. Barrisburg April 22 1869.—dly

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

F8OM _JjAIVUASTEK. «•• • Grand Eepublican - Demonstration TTTR ALT) GUARD IN MOTION. Fortv Thousand RcDublicans Assembled Special _Corieipundence of the _Telegrapn. Lancaster, September 19, 1860. : The meeting of the Kepublicaos, in this city, to-day, was a monster, notwithstanding the weather was unpropitious You nor I have ever witnessed a larger or more enthusiastic demonstration, nor is it likely that our opponents will, after suchau evidence of strength, longer doubt the power of Republicanism over the enemies of the Constitution, and the just popularity of our candidates. Lancaster county may well be called the Old Guard—and when the Guard moves for action, it is a certain evidenoft of victory. During the morning, the city was a continual scene of excitement and enthusiasm, while the display of the arriving delegations made up a spectacle of gorgeous splendor such as added very much to the importance of the occasion, and the effectiveness of the meeting. The influenc...

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

§_ailj SUkgrapfc stump, for the purpose of discussing, the great political questions of the age , and therefore made after propositions restricting the debate and confining the discussion only to such questions as he deemed proper and at issue. This cowardly excuse was made in erder to _. escape the responsibility of the meeting; and in the meantime Henry B(_k Foster has been in training by WillianV A. Stokes, W. H. Welsh and the ouston house clique of Philadelphia. The result of that training was the production of a speech on Monday RARRIBBURG Thursday Afternoon, September 20 I860 FOR PRESIDENT : ABRAHAM _tINCOLN OF ILLINOIS. _FolTVrciTpRl_^_lDENT. : HANNIBAL HAMLJ.N OF MAINE _; 1 F O B G O VEBNO R : ANDREW G. ClffiTI N_* CbUNTY ' TICKET. FOB CONGRESS : JOHN W. KILLINGER, Lebanon. FOR SENATOR : AMOS B. BQUGflTER , Lebanon. ¦ '¦ ' * ¦ « ¦»> _« FOR " ASSEMBLY: JOHN WALLOWER_, Jb., Harrisburg WILLIAM CLARK, Millersburg. FOR SHERRIFF: JACOB D. BOFFWAN, Harrisburg. FOb _^...

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

THE PROSPECT IN THE NORTH WiSBT. Our information from the north-west is of the most reliable character. The prospect is that the Republican candidate for Governor wi'l carry the northern and north-western counties by an increased vote over that given to Fremont in 1856. We u re induced to accept this information as true , from the fact thnt Col. Curtin has been on the stump in most of the counties referred to, and that the positions he assumed while addressing the people of those regions, were identically those taken by his party at Harrisburg and Chicago, and those maintained by the great leaders of the Republican party throughout the country. In this contest , the people of Pennsylvania, hare a large interest at stake, involving their industry and prosperity, as well as their regard for the power and force of the law , when promptly and impartially administered in all seotions of the Union. Pennsylvania has always been made * the scene of struggle to decide Presidential elec...

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

The Sentinel, sleepless in a bad cause and generally correct in matters of taste , deems us either verdant or credulous to allow anything that Henry D. Foster may say on the subject of the Tariff, or indeed on any other political question, to alter Our opiuion of the veracity or sincerity of the man. Gen. Foster, candidly, cares no more for the great iron and coal interests of Pennsylvania, for its mechanical industry and productive labor, than he does for the cause of freedom or the principles of humanity. Franklv. he is the most un reliable man in the State on any question affecting the political welfare of the people. Ambitious to a degree of almost madness—scheming and pandering in his movements—a bitter partizan aud a most facile demagogue, Henry D. Foster is the last man to claim any credit for the independence of an assertion, or expect the confidence of the people on his mere declaration of a purpose. If he is a Tariff man, why does he hesitate to declare his preferenc...

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

_matxxto. On the 20th inst., in the German Reformed church, by the Bey. D. Gans, Mr. Wiuuw Dxnt_, of Altoona_, to kiss Martha Jane Jones, of this city. _[Accompanying the above notice we received a large and delicious bridal cake, for which our young friends who have just been united by "tbe silken tie that _binas two willing hearts," will please accept our thanks and best wishes for their future happiness and prosperity.] On the 20th last., by Rev. Charles A. Hay, Charles H. Xickbus , Esq., of Philadelphia, and Miss Sra fi. Pogh_, daughter of James R, Pogb, Esq., of Harrisburg. Ntm Itinatrtistmtnift. WATCH FOTJSD. mHE OWNER can learn something about X _« by calling at the COAL OFFICE of George P. _WieEtUng, on Canal street between Market and Walnut streets. > B2oat TOYS, BASKETS AMD FANCY GOODS JOHN DOLL , No. 120 North Second Street, above Arch, PHILADELPHIA. J UST RECEIVED at his NEW STORE tl _» very large _assortment of TOYS of every description. Also, FANC* BASKETS...

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

. Ntm _2lDDcrti0£incnts. PENNSYLVANIA STATE AGEIOULTURAL FAIR 11 1 — urn ¦ To be held at Wyoming, Sept. IS, 26, 27 and _Cy ]i.;,; mHE NORTHERN CENTRAL Ru I WAY _COMPANY will issue Round Tnp _i,.^" from Ihis Station at reduced ratrg. Good from _tho 4. to the 29th inclusive. Mail and Express Train; KV dose connection at Northumberland tor Wyomn :¦ " JOHN W. HALL, .a „ ' .•.-. _narrisburg. Sept. 19,1860. dlw COAL! COALM _^ mHE SUBSCRIBERS wish tc c-aM ltp X tlon to their LARGK 8TOCK OF COAt, _» • „. i_, ., " intend to sell at REDUCED PRICES. Call an < . \ ,_„ " before you purchase. EBY & KiwkiV _eonlOHlar* JE%JS3 J_*a.%_J*V -£LXj „ mHE HARRISBURG STONE \\A|;} JL WORKS, have been removed to _Penosju :j 1 . _nal, opposite Car _Manufactory. sepl9-6td _WNT _^ MmvK ; H. L. _GODBOLlTr "DRACTJC.lL Tuner and Repairer , M Pianos, _Melodeons, 4c., ftc, will rrci ire ,» .-.. , future at WM. KNOCHfi'3 Music Store, 92 Mark. • ;¦ _' - . All orders left at the above named pUc«,...

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

PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FROM PHILADELPHIA, O N AND AFTERSATURDAY _. SEPTEM BER 16th, 1860, the Passenger Trains on tbo Penn ¦ylvanla Railroad will depart from and arrive at I'lnli _lielphia and Harrisburg as follows :— EASTWARD. THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves at 1.15 HarrUW. a. m. and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.20 a. m_. FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg every morning cic Monday, at 6 15 a. m., arrives at West Pbilaoeli • ¦¦ at 10.10 a. m. , MAIL TRAIN leaves H._rrisburg at 1.00 p. ra., arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.10 p. m. These trails make close connection at Philadelphia with tho New Yprk Tines. HARRI3_BORG _ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Hir _risburtr at 3.50 n. m.. arrives at Philadelnhia. al9 05 n.m W ESTWARD. THROUGH EXPRESS T_^_AIN leaves Philadelphia at 10.45 p m , arrives at Harrisburg at 3.10 a. m. MAIL TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 7.80 a. ra., arrives atfiarrisburg at 12.50 p. m. PAST LINE leaves Philadelphia at 11.50 a. m., arrives at HarrU...

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

Particulars of walker's Capture. It appears , from intelligence brought by the Empire City, that Walker and his men were captured on the 2d inst. The name of his second in command , who has been condemned to share his own fate , is Ruttler. Most of the men are said to have been in a deplorable condition when the boats of the Icarus made their appearance. They were all taken to Truxillo with arms and baggage, and the whole were then put by the British commander at the disposition of Gen. Alverez , under the condition that Walker and Ruttler should be dealt with according to law, and that his followers should be allowed to return to the United States on giving their oaths never again to serve in any expedition against Central America ; their expenses being paid by the United States commercial agent. The two leaders, it was supposed, would be executed shortly. The party which landed to assist the filibusters were from Omoa , but preparations had been made to resist them, and they h...

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

NOTICE TO SPECULATORS. VALUABLE BUILDING LOTS FOR SALE A NUMBER OF LARGE SIZED BUILP CX. INO LOTS adjoining the Round House and Work liops of the Penna. hailroad Compauy_, will be e.U low and on reasonable terms. Apply to aus80 6m JOHN W 11 a IX. NEW MOURNING GOGDS! CATHCAKT & BROTHER, Have now open a large assortment of MOURNING and SECOND MOURNING DRESS GOODS, SHAWLS, SILKS, COLLARS, SLEEVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, VEILS, and All other gco Js desirable for Fall and Winter wear. No. 14 Market _Square, 812 NoxttOtnoHarrtBburc Ban':. ATTENTION OF THE LADIES _U requested to the NEW and SUPERIOR Make of "SKELETON SXfltTS," TRENCH PATTERN. NO CLASPS. An article t which there, can be no objection made. Al L $;ZFs running in 13 ,19. 22, 27, 30, _is5_, 40, 45 and SO Spring* For sale ONLY at CATHCART & BROTHER, No. 14 Market Square. ___ next door to the Harrtsbi<_rg Rink TTTANTED. —TVVO MALE _TEACHEIIS _ " T in the Borough of DAUPHIN , DaLpbln co-m jleacnera of middle a...

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

l_^OR SALE. —^A House and Lot _siuutf JL on South Street , in the city of Harrisburg. _brtwe._'i _nent and Second. For terms and conditions api'b '_J sepl3-dtf THOS. J. JORDAN, Attorney-at-Law . Walnut .-_'tre t _ WHITE _BRANDY! FOR PRESERVING a very superior article on hand and for sale LOW by 8e P* WM. DUCK JR. & iu __ T_^ORRENT—A Two Story Frame House £• .8l * natedin Market street, city of Hanisburfc', _^ Ward, tetween 4th and 5th _Stroet?. Apply to C. O. ZIMMERMAN. seP* No 28 South Second Street _^ HONEY.—A very superior article just received «Dd for sale by sepis wvr nnrir ih Jc (0 _UNDERTAKER! STATE STREET BETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD mHE UNDERSIGNED having purchased A^?Iirj flne Hew * e i with Double Sett of Trimmings, Cor, Children and Adults,, respectfully solicits the patron age of the citisena of Harrisburg and vicinity. Ready made _comns always on hand. teplkdJm c_ raker

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

We publish on the first page of this afternoon's Telegraph , a full report of the speeoh delivered by Hon. Simon Cameron at Erie , on Wednesday,- the 12th _jpst It will be seen that the positions which he takes in this speeoh, are those which he has occupied for the last twenty years, and by the maintenance of which he deserves and enjoys the confidence of the people of Pennsylvania. We ask our readers to give this . practical speech of a practical man, in relation to the practical interests of Pennsylvania, a careful pe-

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

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

Sails _Celegrapft HARRlSBUR r, PA. _Thnrsday Attern_^_Tseptcinber 20. 1S60. _^_T_^k Frames made to order at tbe shortest notice and at the most reasonable prices, at W. Knot -he 's Music Store. 92 Ma.ket stre»t t Notice This.-All the late daily and weekly Pa _' pers M«gaz'Des > che P P ublication8 and new books, ' are for sale at Bergner _' _s Cheap Book store. No. 51 Maiket sireet. A Muitart Encampmbnt was held at Money this week. Major General _Jackman had command, -and teu or twelve companies were in attendance. ThbWidb Awakk Club will meet at tne Cameron Guard Armory, in the Walnut street Exchange, this evening at seven o ' clock, to take further action relative to the excursion to Car lisle to-morrow evening. Turn out! For Lebanon.-*_, number of Republicans of this city left this afternooo for Lebanon, to attend the mass mee ting which comes off there tonight. The principal speaker on the occasion will be Hon. Curl Schuiz, the great German orator and statesman. «...

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

BAJMSORD'S FAMILY CATHARTIC PILLS _COMPOUNDED FROM PURE VEGETABLE EXTRACTS, AND PD1 UP IN GLASS CASES. AIR TIGHT, AMD WILL KEEP IN ANY CLIMATE. ¦ The FAMELY CATHAR- • TIC PILL is a gentle DU active Cathartic which the 03 proprietor has used in bis practice more than twenty J years. The constantly increas-" ing demand from those who have long used the PILLS M and the satisfaction which all express in regard to W their use, has induced m_« to place them within the n. reach of all. The _profession well kno w " that different Cathartics act On different portions of the „ bowels. The FAMILY CATHAR- V TIC PILL haswith duereference to this well estab- M lisbed fact , been compoundedjrom a variety of the |>g purest Vegetable Extracts, Which act alike on every _^ part of the alimentary canaland are good and _wfe W In ail cases where a cathartic is needed, bucqxs _w] perqmgements of Stomach Sleepiness, J_'ains 'in 'V" Back and LoinsCo$liveness Pain and Soreness oner tietn body,He...

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