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

COAL OIL I COAL OIL . !! COAL OIL 111 COAL OIL! COAL OIL 11 COAL OIL J! J COAL OIL! COAL OIL11 COAL OIL! ! 1 COAL OIL t COAL OIL i 1 C&AIi OIL 1! I COAL OIL LAMPS ! COAL OIL LAMPS! 1 COAL OIL LAMPS! COAL OIL _LaWPS! ! COAL OIL LAMBS! COAL OIL LAMPS! ! OVAL OIL LAMPS!-COAL OIL LAMPS!! Hand, Stand, Bracket, Hanging and Side Lamps I ! ! Hand, Stand, Bracket, Hanging a»d Side Lamps 11! Hand, Stand, Bracket, Hanging and _Sido Lamps ! 11 Hand, Stood, Bracket,- Hanging and Side lamps !! ! Beantifnl and Very Cheap! Beautiful and Very Cheap! BeautiM'aud Very Cheap! - Beautiful and Very Cheap! Lamps changed to born Coal Oil. All the Coal Oil and Lamps sold by us are warranted to give entire satiafactiou. Please eal) and see them. D W. GROSS & CO. Wholesale and Retail Druggists, 19 Market Street. _sep26-2md*2tw MACHINISTS WANTED! FOUR. Good, bteady Machinists wanted by the Scauylkill & Sugquehanna Railroad Company to work in their shops at RansohGa?. Enquire of „. „...

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

GIN AS A REMEDIAL AGEBT. '_lHIS DELICIOUS TONIC STIMULANT , ¦^SPECIALLY designed for the use of the ¦ m\i Medical PrqfattonaMd the fbnttly_, having super seded the so-called '-Gins," "Aromatic" "OordUl. " "Medicated." "Schnapps," etc., is now endorsed by all of the prominent physicians, chemists and connoisseur! , as possessing oil or those intrinsic medicinal qualities (tonic and diuretic) which belong to an old and pubi Gin. PVt up in quart bottles ana gold byaU druggists, grocers, etc. A. lf_< _lINQfGBR & CO., (Established in 1778.) Sole Proprietors. No. 19 Broad Street, M.Y. For sale by W. W. & H. Smith—French, BJohardB & Co., and, all of the prominent wholesale Druggists In Philadelphia. _sep27-d*w6m

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

SOWER'S SULTANANA'S SAUCE For Hoi and Cold Dishes of all Kinds. S_* ~^*^s _^ This most delicious and / _^ _flB \ appetising Sauceinvented by th / _^^^ _tL \ renowned "SoTHt,"_/or the Lon-/ _^_HSMB \d °n Reform Clubissince bis / ^^¦> | 7 l deceasemanufactured by the _li Bnsn _TBlf_^ I _-kno «fn bouse of _Csoesi ft H_^^_HH|^B&k I BucKwnx, London, from the I_^^^^^^HHil original recipe. Itis the favorite IflH_^H_^^^^H/ _S_** 166 iD England, and on the _vKt_^_SB^^^H_^V Continent, with a high and grow V_^K9k_^9Hripg rc lJulaton among American _YV_^H '_^RissT • Epicuresa-d is much approved _^ w II _llX of •* * stimulant to the appetite _^ Jlmm _* *_tr _gud _gj d to digestion. OPINIONS OF TUB _LONDON PRBSS. "Wereoommend our correspondent to try Moss. Sotn'a new Sauceentitled the 'Sultana's Sauce' It Is made after the Turkish recipe ; it* flavor Is excellent, and it affords considerable aid in cases of slow and weak digestion. "—Ike _LomcH. "Savory, Piquant, and Spicy, wor...

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

BEBGNER_'SCHEAPBOOKSTORE 51 MARKET STRKKT . IS THE CHEAPEST PLACE IX THE r: | TO GET SCHOOL BOOKS AMD SCHOOLSFA'I I. >\hj_\ Compels log all the vari»u • HEADING AND SPELLINQ BOOKS «, _ARfTflMSTfCS ALGEBRAS, GRAMMARS, _KTrtlOLUijlK DICTION A HIESH IS , ,};,i. PBILOSOPlf!\ ,r ' i all the _fOBOOL BOOKS used in the vario.i- _\ Private Schools ef the aty, together with COPY AND COMPOSITION BOOKS, LBT&B, CAP and. NOTE PaPEK. _UI_^NK BOOKS, SLATES. LEAD AND SI. A TE PEXCH.s PENS AND _UOLDEHX) \ y INKSTANDS, HLUh< tbo most _completo assortment of SCHOOL si w: _nki constantly on hand and for sale at THE Low I -: v i I of art puob in the city at BERGNKR'3 CHEAP RCHiKM_. _i 61 Mark.-. .-.. _jg_^Uberal _discounts made to toachor- _<t-' _s ,, -. Any article cot on band promptly fur. ii ¦ . * : extra charge.

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

NOTI0E TO BRIDGE BUILDERS! COMMISSIONER'S OFFICE, \ Dauphin County, Pennsylvania. / Habwsbdro_, Sept 13,1860 T>R0P0SALS will be received by the JL undersigned, Commissioners of Dauphin county, ra., at their office at Harrisburg, for the building of a wooden bridge, standing-on two abutments, forty feet span, across Haxton creek near the Canal Aqueduct, below IiarrisburgIn Swatara• township. Sail bridge to be 16 feet-wide in the clear, and to be orected on the site of the present old bridge. Said proposals will be received up to SEPTBUBSU 28th, 1869, *t » o'clock P. M. at which time and place the same will be let to the lowest responsible bidder or bidders. All bids to be endorsed on the sreclficttioDwhich can be had at this office on _application, <by letter or otherwise. All communications to be addressed to "Commissioners of Oaupbin County, Harrisburg, Pa." All proposals to be sealed and outside directed Paxton Crook Proposals. JACOB BOFFINGTON, JOHN 8. MUSSER, JAC...

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

A DOUBLE SHEET DAILY. Id order to accommodate our adver. _tising friends, without intruding upon the space allotted to reading matter, we shall issue an edition of the Telegraph in an eight page form on Saturday next, of which an edition of over six thousand copies will be printed. Persons desiring to have their _advertisements extensively circulated will note this fact. Their favors must be handed in by twelve o'clock on Saturday in order to insure an insertion.

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

GRAND PICNIC OF THB _HABBISBUBG STBING BAND, To be held Monday, October 1st, IN CAMERON'S WOODS, for teu _BBNsrrr or the , - HOPE OORNJBT BRASS BAND. TICKETS 25 CENTS. OMNIBUSES % ill leave the Hop 3 Hose Bouse every hour during the day for the scene of festivities. s27-3t LIFE OF LINCOLN! • ONLY TEX CENTSI k LARGE authorized Pamphlet edition _jCJL of the IJFE OF- LINCOLN can be had at BBRGNEB'g CHEAP BOOKSTORE. Price ten cents. sep26

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

MADAME SOHWENiys INFALLIBLE POWDERS ^>Gra "k*a _* •»" An&and _Chnnto Mums' * AD«.T8 and Ohiu_.kxn. Bind three «n_» _^ riampTher Hundreds of testimonials aOTOMdlJda ' p_' o ' _44_^m_^r 8. W;. corner of Third and Arch streets., ' A >«9!.Tti ™*y superior lot of -OLSMDKKD SALMON just _reeeWwiW Ibr sale by my5> i WM.DO_^_Jft_._AOO. Ixtw _^_Ojjcrttfirmcnts . COAL! COAL:: ONLY YARD IN TO WN THAT />/;/ / ( ; r COAL BY THE PATENT WEIGH-CARTS : NOW Is THK _TIJiK FOP every family to get in their mi- , ol Coal lor the wintu—weighed at ttn-r ' '• ' the Patent Weigh-Carts. 2 he accuracy of /i_,7, , . ' . ' oneditpuUi, and they never get out of ' onkr \. ' ¦' . ' quently the case xith the platform s-ol _>_s. |.. " consumer has the _satislaetion of proving t'i- _u \ ' , ¦ ' his coal, at his own housn. ' I have a Urge supply of Coal ou hau-J ,m,.. . S. M. CO.'S _LVKE_.VS VALLKY COaL '¦' ¦<! LTKBNS VALLEY WILKKSBARBS BITfJMINOOS BROAD TOP AH Coa...

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

J ails (Ubp p _lj_, »: ARRI8BUR(5 » Thursday Afternoon, September 11 1860.

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

What Douglas Accomplished iN Maine.—The Bangor Union (Breckinridge) publishes the figures and shows that in the fifteen towns in Maine where Douglas spoke, there has been a net Republican gain of 1.358 votes.

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

Km ffifvevtiBtmtnts DENTISTRY. rpHB undersigned, DOCTOR OF DENTAL A SURGERY, has returned and resumed his practice instate street opposite the "Brady House" where he will he pleased to attend to all who may desire his services. [_sep27J B. M. GILDEA, D. D. 8.

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

MOWELL <fc BOUBKE MABTTFACTTJBERS & IMP0ETEBS OF PAPEE HANGINGS,

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

The length of the proceedings of the great Republican mass meeting last night has crowded out a large amount of other interesting leading matter.

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

OLD DAllPniN WIDE-AWAKE. A Great Demonstration for Lincoln, Hanilin and Curtin-THE BOSTS Ol_^_KOOM IN MOTION. THE CAPITAL _WTTiN A BLAZE ! Thousands or People in Council. GRAND TORCH _UOhTpARADE. AND BRILLIAST DISPL_^W _mS W0BK8. _W. _Hundred Wide A_.vaUe_. on Parade. OLD-TIME ENTHUSIASM. TWO LARGE MASS MEETINGS. ADDRESS OF HON. WM. DOCK. HIS REASONS FOR LEAVING _ThTdEMOCRATIC PARTY SPEECHES OP THE GALLANT FRANK BL\1R AND THIS ELOQUENT CARL SCHURZ. The Capital City of the old _Keyaton.- Stale was in a _blasw of light and _enthusiasm last night: the scene forcibly reminding us of the memorable campaign of 1840, with \U log-cabin processions, aimy of _Imnners, "irrepressible" enthusiasm, and _sliniugincidents. In response to the call for a meeting of the friends of Lincoln and Curtis, there came an avalanche of the people from this and the adjoining counties, with hundreds of _uniformed Wide Awakes, and the city was literally crowded with jubilant Republicans. The special train on...

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

The .Meeting at Brant's Hail. The announcement having been made that Carl Sohtjbz, the great german orator of the west, would address our german citizens in Brant's Hall, before tbe hour fixed for the meeting arrived the spacious room was crowded, the principal portion of the audience being germane, members of all political parties, who were desirous of hearing their eloquent and learned fellow countrymen. At half past seven o'clock, Maj. David Mumma called the meeting to order, which was organized by the appointment of the following officers : President.—CHARLES A. SNYDEB, Esq. Vice Presidents.—Christian Henry, Peter Meyers, William Knoche, Charles A. Bannvart, Jacob Behm, 0. J. Reigle, George Bergner, Peter Bernheisel, Jacob _Fissler, Peter Bishop, Jacob Eshnam, Jacob Roop, Henry Brown, Major JohnUrich, SamueljHanshue, John Whitmoyer, Christian Landis, John Wallower, Sen., Isaac Coble, Hon. _FelixNissley, John B. Coover. Secretaries.—Isaac Mamma, David S. Herr, Jacob FrantB_, ...

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

FRANKLIN HOUSE. Walnnt Street Between Second and Third HAREISBURG CITY. THIS HOTEL having been receuilv remodeled, refitted and refurnished in tbe latest and most approved style, is now open for _ths _accommodatlau or visitors. 'Iho TABLE will be supplied in the moat liberal manner, and all possible care will be exercised in the general arrangements or the bouse, with a view to the comfort and convenience of _gnesti. Being determined that tbe house shall be conducted in a manner un surpassed bv any, I solicit the custom of my former patrons, and tbe public in general. -flSrCharges reasonable, without extras. QEOrfG._^ K INTER. N. B.--A new and spacious BRICK _STABLE is now iu progress of erection on the premise*, and will be cctupleted in a short time, when ihe accommodations in this re3pect will be ample aud of the very t>est kind. sepl9-dtf KEROSENE AND COAL OIL. HAV1XG OBTAINED TBE A_6KSCY OF THE " NEW YORK KEROSENE OIL CO:" Which is the _largost manufactory in the con...

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

B V _F THE BE&T. . NORTON'S OINTMENT FOR SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA, PERMANENTLY CURED! SALT RHEUM, SCROFULA, SCALL HEAD, FEVER S0RE8 , RING-WORMS , BERBERS' ITCH, AND ALL ITCHING OR BURNING SOBES _. AND ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN. This Ointment bears no _reranblance to ay oi her ex ternal remedy at present befm the world. ihe mode o its operation is peculiar. It penetrates to thefcwu of the disease—goes to Its lBny o7the_^r^!lre3 rt frOm ** _*** ben «_tthw«h9 Other outward applications for Scrofula, Salt Rheum, to., _operate downwardthus driving the disorder inwanb! and (Mten oooaaioutng terrible internal maladies Norton's Oimtmkst, on contrary, throws the poison &&*££? T_£rk and overy 8» articleof ltJidft-Thus the cures It effects Is complete. Not only are the sores healed—the eruptions remored—the swellings reduced—but the su ds of the disease are expelled from tbe flesh; consequently there can be no relapse. Victims of ulcerous and eruptive complaintswho have...

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

GALLGHER'S OELEBBATED ELIXEETHE INFALLIBLE CURB OF Colds, Cough, Consumption, Hoarseness, Fains and Weakness in the Chest, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, Whooping Cough, Sore Throat, _Quinsey and General Debility, and for Purifying of the Blood. This medicine has acquired a just celebrity fcr tbe cure of all diseases arising from severe cptds; and it3 efficacy has been attested and appioved by _bundreda of our most respectable citizens. Tn every iuatanc IMMKDUTK BKURP HAS BKKN GIVEN. Many have been CURKD OF CONSUMPTION, and nundredg of references can be given in various pairu of _tiio country, who speak of the medicine in the higbert ter «. It should be kept on band by every family. It is pleasant and very good for children. READ THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATES. We, the undersigned, do certify that we Have used GALLOHER'S PREPARATION for Consumption, Colds, Diseases of the LangsLiver, io.and havingexperiencea immediate relief therefrom, would recom Hiend it to all afflicted in that way...

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

_faiig Celep{ _HARR1SBURG , PA. sl|ilJ _AiiernooC September 27, i860

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

Capture of _Slaye Traders. - Norfolk, Va., Sept. 27. Twelve prisoners captured on board the slaver supposed to be the Storm King, are now in charge of the United States Marshal, and lodged in jail. Seven of them were heavily ironed. The other prisoners are sick on board the vessel lying in the Roads.

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