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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

P. K. To Pkbby Davis & Bon :—Dear Sirs—I feel happy to add one more testimonial of the value _ofyonr Pain Killer to tbo thousands sent you from nearly all p uts of tho worM. On tbe 8th of this month 1 fell from a second glory doorway to the _pavomeuts_, striking on my feet, and bruising them severely; also straining the ligaments olthe ankJes. When carried home " myi._fjeet were black and swollen, and the pain so intense as to cause fainting. I immediately applied your Pain Killer, and continued to do so at intervals otebout ten minutes. Tho second day the appearance was a greenish yellow, with little or no pain, and to-day lean walk with ease to my store. Tours Respectfully, i; SUGGITjy High Street. Providence, May 12th, 1857. Sold by all druggistsgrocers and medicine dealers throughout be United States and Canadas. The stain on linen from the use of the Pain Killer is easily removed by washing: in alcohol. sl4-lm

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

Independent Candidate for Sheriff, A T THE SOLICITATION of many friends XX. I effer myself to the voters of Dauphin county, as au iudepehdenr. candidate Tor the office of Sheriff at the ensuing election.: If elected 1 pledge myself to discharge the dutie3 of the ofiice with _fidwlity and impartiality. 1_vl7-dte ¦ ' -• ._TAfJrtR T> _ROAS PURE DRUGS AND CHEMICALS! A LAKOE ABSOB.THBNT OF _PEEFUMEEY & FANCY AETICLES /_CHOICE BRANDS of Segars—Normandi, \J Ilari Kari, Sobrinas, La Lencillet_, La Union, Garibaldi, &c. Pure liquors ' for Medicinal _Purposes. Unfermented Wine, warranted the pure juice_; oT the Catawba Grape—only needs a trial to fully recommend Itself.— Prescriptions compounded with great' eare, at " . : KEILY'8 DRUG _STOKER aug31-dlm , No. 0.Market Square. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

_Spenol iNfltutfi. WIGS!—WIGS 1 I—WIGS ! 11 BATCQELOR'S WIGS ANDT0UPEE3surpass all. They are elegant, light, easy and durable. Fitting to a charm—no turning up behind—no shrinkng off the bead ; indeed , this is the only Establishment where these things are properly understood and made n Boud street, New York. mar_!2-cUwly JIF Db. _Jas. McCmstock's Pbotobal Syr_^p. Are y _mr lungs weak? Does a long breath give you pain? Have you a hacking cough? Do you expectorate bard, ough matter? Are you . wasted with night sweats and want of sleep ? If so, hers is your remedy. It will un questionably save ' you. Price $100. _%old by Geokgi Brroer. - mar7-d4w4m ¦ i_^i ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

FAMILY DRUG STOKE. •THE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENBD JL & Wholesale and Retill Drag and Prescription Store, in the lrun Front Builning_, No. 1_^8 Market street, lattlr occupk-d by Mr. Eby, wenre can be Ibund ah ehti renew stock of Vreah and Pure Drugs , Perfumery, £u,< • .(X_^l OIL, COAL OIL LAMPS, Burning Fluid", Alo_.liol _PaUnt Meuicinci, _, _gtaUonery. Fancy Articles, &o.. tea. ¥e nave the agamy for the sale of Kltae'a Celebrated ArttliemJuClh l l ° WhlOh We W0Uld invite tho »««>_Uoinlol _n > strict attention to business , and desire to please, "K re6pecuully ask a share of Public Patronage. _^^ s n G. W. MU ffi , cu _hauuT mo HaTan * _S0 **_" *** Tobacco _conetantl y apro-uiv

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

How to _Pbesebvb Beauty.—Nothing is more beooming to a man or woman than a luxuriant head of hair, and a woman's beauty Is certainly ineomplete with out a' fair complexion, and she or be who negiects _tbete great and important adornments of nature must expect to suffer the mort flcation of premature buldkess, and a wrinkled face and a sallow skin. Nothing is necessary to preserve these essential attractlois but the use u: Prof. Wood's Resto.ative.—Louisville Times. Prof. Wood's Hair _Restorativb —We have bad occasion to use this famous preparation of Prof. Wood's and after thoroughly testing its qualities, we find ihat whore tUe h»ir la tbltfit Will thicken-it , if _y ray It will re store it to its original color ; likewise, it gives a glossy appearance, as well as keeps the hair from tailing off.— _fhi8 Invaluable ingredient Is for sale at "Chinaman's T_«n Store," south-east corner Fredcr ck and Baltimore _Sta , by Mr. 3. C. Given.—Baltimore Clipper. Sold by all eood _DruEEteU. ,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

Special _Retires. Dk. McClintuck' s C!old _amd Cotoh Mixtubb, the established and standard remedy for .Cough, Cold, Influenza, Hoarseness, and all irritations of the mucous membrane of the throat, palate and nose, is _endorsed by physicians, and oil who havo used it, as a prepiration that has no rival in the field. Price 26 cents. Sold by George Bergner. _ jy20 Db. Jas. McCuntock ' s Pectokax. Stbdp calms the most harrassing cough, relieves the oppressed lung?, and irritated throat, loosens and brings away by painless expectoration the matter which clogs the windpipe and bronchial tube3, regulates tho excited pulse, invites rest, and removes every symptom of consumption. Price $1 00. Sold by GEO. Bebgkes. - jy20

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

Hollowat_'_s Oktmbkt and Pills.—Quin&y or inflammation of tho throat is very prevalent during the Spring and Fall of the year. _Thousands of parsons have immediate recourse to these medicines on the ilrst symptoms of attack , and thus not only save time but even dispense wiih the advice or attendance of a physician. OoMs produced by tne rapid and frequent changes of the atmosphere during this season, are speedily cured bythepiils. These remedies foitifythe body against the inclemencies of the winter. Sold by all druggists, at 26c, 62c. and $1, per box or Ot 8_CD17

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

PURIFY THE BLOOD Moitat' s Lira Pills and Phoenix Bitters.— free from all Mineral Poisons. —In cases of _fc' _crolnU Ulcers, Scurvy, or Eruptions of the Skin, the operation of the Life Medicines is truly astonishing, often removing in a few days, every veelige of these loathsome diseases by their purify ing effects on tho blood. Billions Fevers, Fever and Ague , Dyspepsia, Dropsy, Piles, and ia short, most ail diseases soon yield to their curative properties. No family should be without them, as by their timely use muoh suffering and expense may be saved. Preparud by WM. B. MOFFAT, M. D., New York, aud for sale by all Druggists nov9-wiy

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

BRYAN'S TASTELESS VERMIFUGE To quiet Tbe riot Of worms—the vile scourges The Vermifuge give, And, as sore as you live, They'll get their discharges. What i3 Bktan'8 VB'-HmjQK? Simply a _purefanJ _tasteloss Vegetable Curative. No child can be harmed by it, no worm can survive it, no mother should be without it, no words cau express its value. _Prico 2f> cents. ScldbyOso. _Bbrqsbr. jy-JJ

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

W. A. BATCHELOE'S HAIR BYE! _rTBlS SPLENDID HAIR DYE has no JL oqual—instantaneous in effect—Beautiful Black or Natural Brown—no staining the skin or injuring.the Hair—remedies tbe absurd and ill effect of Bad Dyes, and invigorates tbe Hair for life. None are genuine unless signed "W. A. Batcbclor " Sold everywhere. . CHAS. BATCHELOR, Proprietor. mar_!2dAwly 81 Barclay Street, New York.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

TOR BALE! SEVEN AOBJSS OF LAND feontiDg_^ on _Pennsylvania Avenne and the Asylum Road. For artlculara enquire of GEO. W. PORTER, Bii.i ' mrl ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

A, LAR.GE _assortment _otALHUJlb, of all XlL>rioe8, whob will make n*ta>>e CHRISTMAS _( _ilFTft for your la d y friends, wil be _fouiU at _BERON KIR'S _CHEP _bOOESToKE , i _\Ii t*i S'_._reW

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

DECIDEDLY BRAZENSoiikt of tbc rashcst of the faction journals supporting fusion in this State, attempt to declare that Andrew G. Curtin was in Washington when the Morrill bill was defeated by the United States Senate. This is decidedly cool and impertinent. It is in keeping with the rash impertinence and falsehoods of the journals floating on the muddy pools of a distracted Democracy. Henry D. Foster was in Washington when the Tariff bill was before the Senate , and was in the secret with Buchanan and Bigler FOR its dkpeat by a Democratic Senate. This is a fair inference from the fact tbat James Buchanan tolerated a difference of opinion on the subject in his Cabinet, and that his Secretary of the Treasury made it an issue with Democratic Northern Senators, insisting that the Morrill bill must be defeated. Andrew G. Curtin could not wield an influence where his foes were in the ascendant. He proclaimed himsejf in favor of protection openly and decidedly during his visit to Washi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

HON. WILLIAM DOCS "•^jOne the peculi ar features the organization of the Republican party, is the fact that it is attracting to its ranks the intellect and energy, the industry and the worth of the whole country. Its principles are so constituted as to embrace the interests of all sections in one grand national combination of strength, power and vitality. It seeks a common equality by a general elevation, giving to labor the prominence it deserves as the producer of wealth, and recognizing capital only when it joins with labor in a free and fair com petition for the blessings and comforts of civilization and religion. -Imbued ' by such principles! and impelled by such common motives of dispensing free and general benefits to all classes of society, bo far as free institutions and exact justice can do so_^ it is not strange that such old _,_and well tried citizens as Hon. William Dock, should no longer hesitate to espouse Republican principles. Judge Dook has heretofore been ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

CJOAJL.! COAL ! ! rpHE SUBSCRIBERS w?_sh to ci i ,: X Uon to their LARGE STOCK OK COAI _%m iuteud to sell at REDUCED PK1CK-. Cull a: before you purchase. _EUY .v :.i _nk _sePlO dlw* REMOVAL_, rpHE HARRISBURG STONE W \ I WOBKS, have been removed to l_'em.yy.v.: _, nal, opposite Car Manufactory. _sept9-6td \v\\( M'VK H. L. GODBOLD, "PRACTICAL Tnner and Rej_._a ri JL Pianos, _Melodeona, &c, &c will r.civ,: ..-Tuture at WM. KNOCnE'S Music Store, 92 Mark, i All orders left at the above named place, oral tin-1:. Bouse, will meet with prompt attention. First class PIANOS lor sale. so pi _- •; FOR SALS! TWO LARGE STEAM _BOILKKS feet in length by 4,'i Act in diameter, with :i flues, manufactured by the late James renuimr, ¦:•¦ These tioiler* are entirely , made of the l_»«--t c _«u_«ow _wvitci* ««_o _cuiiicijr _fjwwr _, iilaue OI (O6 Lf_^_E _,' .. coat Iron, (warranted,) and wil, be sold on re»-i. terms. Apply to j. T. _BAKNIT/, sepl7-dlm No. 109 Market Street, Uarrlsbi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

THE OBIGIHAL _AJTD _GuNUnTK mTow_^ COMPOUND EXTRACT OF S A R S A P ARILLA, is The Great fienovator of THE BLOOD. THE SOVEREIGN _HESEEDT FOR ERUPTIONS OF THI! SKIN, ULCERATED 80KEB_, AND ALL FORMS OF CUTANEOUS DISEASES: These complaints can be speedily and eQ' ettually tured by the useof tain WORLD RE N OWNED SAR SAPAEILLA. Thousands have expertaioed its salutary effects, and tens of _thousands have _wBnessed It, until it baBoeuad to be a question among the intelligent portion of the com munity. . * When the Blood becomes lifeless and stagnant _elthe from the effects of Spring weatherchange of olimatoi want of exercise, the use of a uniform saline diet, or any other cause; this compound Extract of _Sarsaparilla, will bzctw the Bumn, carry off the putrid humors, duunn theSIOJUGH, REOVLA1E THB BOWELS ,' And impart a Tone of Vigor to the Whole Body: TO THE PUBLIC. The public are hereby notified that the preparattoa ex tensively known as Dr. & P. XOwnsemVs Compound Bxtrae t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

_3fau) _^_Utocrtiscnunts. TTELMBOLD'S EXTRACr BUCHU! XX For Diseases of the Bladder, Kidney, Gravel, Dropsy, 4c, te. HSLMBOLD'S Extract Buchu for Secret and Delicate Diseases. BELMBOLD'S Extract of Bucbu Tor Nervous and Debilitated _sutterers. HBLMBOLD 3 Extract of Buchu for I>_ess or Memory, Loss of Power, Dimness or Vision, Difficulty or Breathing, Weak Nerves and Universal _Latitude of the muscular system. HBLUBOLD'j Extract of Buchu fur all _distressing ailments—Obstruction?Irregularities, Excess In married lifeOr early indiscretions, &c, and all Ha ases ot tlie sexual organs, whether existing in Male or _Fttntlo, from whatever cause they may hare originated, and no ma; ter of how long standing. _HELMBOLDU _BXTJUCr BUCHU is piea*ant In _iu Bte and odor, and imme liate in iu acuou. Price SI p_*r ttle, or six for $&. _Delivered to _anr a-.idre_<_a, _aoou.'nnled by reliable ce.t-tlciies -oil by M _orxim U au213m DepA. 104South Tent> _Ai _PlMii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

FOR PRESIDENT : ABRAHAM LINCOLN 01-' ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT : _HAKKIBAL HAMLTN, OP MAINE. FOR GOVERNOR : ANPBEW G. CUimN. COUNTY TICKBT: FOR CONGRESS : JOHN W. KILLING ER, Lebauou FOR SENATOR : AMOS H. BOUGflTEH, Lebanon. FOR ASSEMBLY: JOHN WALLOWEB, Jr., Harrisburg, WILLIAM CLAKK, _Millersburg. FOR SHERRIFF: JACOB D. HOFFMAN, Barrisbun. ' FOR .RECORDER : JOHN RINGLAND, Middletown. FOR AUDITOR: JOHN P. RUTHERFORD, Swatara. FOR COMMISSIONER: GEOKGE GARVERICH,Susquehanna DIRECTOR OF TOE POOR : JOHN RAYSOR. Susquehann.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

T0YS>_BA8KETS AND FANCY UUuU_^ JOHN DOLL, No. 120 North Second Street, above Ai i PHILADELPHIA TUST RECEIVED at bis NEW fcTOl: «L *_X_?ry SmS"_" 8011101161 _*of TOYS or.-v.Tv ¦ *m. Ateo,_FANOTt BASKETS. WORK BOXI>. X L Boxes, _Segar Cases, Pipes, Canes and Fan. v Artrl a large variety. All being imported oin-.-- ir ¦ ¦»¦ mannfacturers _eoabfes me to sell at verv 1 _» i r JWPloase oan and examine my stock. Xj_^OK KENT—A Two 8tory Frame 1_K¦«• Ward, between 4th and 6th Streets. API !y _t.< _^ . ' C. o. /;.M»iEKMV>. "P* Nol23 South ->c.'t:.i s. ¦ COAL I COAL!! COAL.' _*pHE SUBSCRIBER is prepared at H_«kJ1 T_?it _^ daHTer to the _ciUaena of flar _risburt1 «_Jtawt kinds «mi sizes 0/ l_^ken'S vallev, ti_>; G «>yB.aad WILKK8BABBE COAL, weighed on ti'1 _,; . we** . oa**a***»consumers door, and lull wiu' ' • . ' nteed. Prices as low as at any regular \ari i<'_> Orders left at his office, corner 4th and Vm k> t ' or dro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 September 1860

LOCAL ITIEWS. Rkugious Sbbviok8 this evening, in the Lutheran Chapel on the corner ofState and Fourth streets, conducted by the Bev. J. K. Plitt, of Still Valley, New Jersey. —i Covsir Faihs.—The Lancaster and Berks county agricultural exhibitions took place this week and ati rat t .d 1 rge crowds of people. la both instances the display was fully equal to that of former years, and highly creditable. The State Faib_, on the Wyoming battle ground, is in successful progress. The display is extensive and varied, and the attendance of people greater than was anticipated. The exhibition will close to-morrow. Thb Lock Up contained but two lodgers last night—one " voluntary" and a "drunk and disorderly." Upon a hearing this morning before the Mayor, both were discharged, the Utter with an admonition to leave the city. A _Rkpubucan Mitmo will be held this evening at Bordner's hotel in _Berrysburg, and addresses delivered by several gentlemen of this gity. Oar political friends in th...

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