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

STRAWBERRIES THE PRESENT WEATHER i« l.i favorable for planting Strawberries, _m ' ¦ ¦ _' ¦ soon aiairciopor fruit, sumcient to cover iu plants and planting, may be expected ueii _> Upwards oi 100 VARIETIES, Native and Foreign, havo been tested by tl_»._» miand, arter having rejected muny, be is able to n.:-:-that are really desirable, in any uuaDtitv :u_,• ¦ • . prices. ADVICE GIVEN, as to choice of varieties, preparation of s-l ::u culture, ir desired, he will, for a reasoL.-.M. . : Uon, ' PLANT BEDS, warranting good crops of the best fruit. For the acci mmodation of the public ;.e v. planu for sale in the LOWER MARKET HOUSE, on Tuesday and Friday evenings ami WeJv_^- _- Saturday mornings. h a. ' ¦ KlTSTOKB NUXSSRY, I Harrisburg, August 20,1800. j

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

POND'S EXTRACT OF H AM AMELIS OR PAIN DESTROYER, TS one of the few domestic remedies A. which have come into general nse and favor, without puffing. It is the product of a simple shrub, harmless in all cases, and as a domestic remedy unequalled. Fur BURNS , CUTS, BRUISES, SORENESS, LAMENESS, SPRAINS, _RHEUMATISMTbOILS. ULCFRSOLD SORES and WOUNDS , it has not an equal. It is also used, with great success, for TOOTHACHE, HEADACHE, NEURALGIA, BORE THROATooucTdiarrhoea; hoarseness, and other similar troublesome and painful affections, while it promptly arrests all HEMMORRHAGES.— Hundreds of physicians use it daily in their practice, and feive it tnelr unqualified recommendation. Sold by our agents and dealers, and by F. HUMPHREYS & CO., S62 Broadway Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers. Sold by C. K. Keller, Wholesale and Retail agent for Harrlaburg and vicinity, and Druggists aud stores gene rally. apl7-dawly

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

WALTER G. WHITEMa? DBALKB IN FINE GROCERIES, N. W. CORNER _lTtli ANO Alt 11 «;_s PHIL AD EL Pill A IJ1POBTER OF CROSS. & BLACK WELLS ENGLISH PICKELS AND SAU i. Particular attention paid to */>. :ur - FINE TEAS AND COFFEES FOR _PAMILIKS. SUGARS always at Refiners' price*. Cl:.¦•..••• v, _LIQUORS and _SEGARP. of the _best l>r;u.,: .v -.»; hand. .- ¦ :

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

NEWBOLIHS CELEBRATED EXTRA SUGAR CURED (covered.) iXTRA SUGAR CURED (uncovered.) PLAIN HAMS » - EZTRA SUGAR CURED SHOULDERS. EXTRA SUGAR CURED DRIED BEEP. EXTtf A " ' « (i «< (covered )l ; Just received a large invoice of the above which we offer at unusually low prices. , "' w .ffPS... .i... - WM. DOCK JR. & CO. BLANK BOOKS _< A_^ j _"_^ IMAGINABLE SIZES, PRICES \J SIYLB. AKD QUALITIES on hand and _manufactnV ei'td order at_^_hfrchoapest rates,- at • \ _^ BEBGNKR'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE

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

LIBERTY 8TOVE W O IU H0IL0W-WAKE FOUNDRY PHILADELPHIA. ABBOTT & NOBLE, MANUFACTURERS of the most _approwd sh,U_* ..f.-i of every description. Sample aim gale Roun.-49_T248 Water Strrct, New York. 49*410 Brown Street, Philadelphia. N. R—Send for Catalogue.

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

—--ddWTBOTEiriOT 0F. .NJS\V10fl'B (lormerly _Bagley'_a) _CSLJMJRATJ_^ GOLD haswarranted to be tbi nuwt In _quality and finish, of any manufactured Also a floe assortment of GOLD AKD tULYER CASES Just received and for sale at BKRGNKR'S OHSAP BOOKSTORE , 61 Market St.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 September 1860

FOSTER'S SPEECH DISSECTED stenographic report of the following speech .. E. MoClure, was taken for the News asit delivered, but owiog to the press ot enitnents of the reporter, its publication has . i delayed. . " . r. McClure was _introdoced to the vast audiby the President, and was received with ening applause. When order was restored, lid: , r. President and Fellow-citizens of Philahia :—A few days ago an annonymous adiseinent was inserted in several of the leadpapers of Philadelphia, announcing that eral Henry D. Foster, the Democratic cante for Governor, would address the people 'hiladelphia, and that he would make , as I from the call, the "great speech of the Ipaign." Under whose direction this meetwas called—whether by the Breckinridge or Iglas State Committee, or by no Committee 21, the people are not advised. Tho call is (e without name and without the declaration [single principle involved in the present ;om General Foster I expected a speech that Id be worthy o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 September 1860

WIDE AWAKE CAMPAIGN SONG. TrNK—"ACID LASG Sim." Let James B»«»»»» W_^_Pfti _^ And never brought io _miao; _^-'--We'll make another President, Of a much better kind. Of a much better kind, ay boys, Ofca much better kind ; We'll make another President, Of a much better kind. ButBrecklnridge will never do, He does not suit our mind: For treading in old Jimmy's tracks, Be is too much inclined. So _BreeMnrtdgo won't do, my boys, No, BrecWnrldge won't do, We want a man of better mind, And better metal too. And little Douglas will not suit, He's not the man for us; He broke tbe Democrats in twain, And got them In a muss. He got them in amigbty saw, In a right ugly muss, So Stephen Douglas stay at home, You're not tbe man for us_. And Bell can never be our man, His ring Js not quite clear, He will not do for President, Of him we have no fear, So do not shout for BeU, my boys, No, do not shout for Bell, He never can be President, So do not shout for Bell. But there is one of real wor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 September 1860

_^f_^_jYttr HBVf'tti'ttviY _fi> _Qibuui _^ _Llminify _^IUH+ Having procured Steam Power Presses, we are prepared to execute JOB and BOOK PEDJTING of every description cheaper that it can be done at _«ny other eataDlisDinentiD the country. BATES OF ADVERTISING. 5_^_f ™« lit8 °r f leBa coasli t'«e one-halfJEquare. Eight lices or more than foor constitute a square. Half Square one day so 25 " one week V.V.V. 100 .. . onetnonlh _g 00 " Ihrec months 7.7 3 00 " 'six months 4 qq oneyear..... . ' . ¦"!' . 6 00 (Jm _j qnaore one day 50 " onoweek ' . ' .!. 2 00 ¦¦ -»>«• - ' one month ' . ' .. 300 ¦ ¦ - «- ¦¦¦ - throe months 500 " six-months.... goo .vOneTear....... 10 00 .JJS"-BusinesE_; notices inserted in the Lecai column, or before _Marriagee and l_^_aths_, FIVE CEN_1S PER LIKE for each insertion. 4_^_Marriages and Deaths to be charged as regular adverti8emenio . * „ ._^ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 September 1860

i-HE TELEGRAPH l< IT RUSHED EVERY DAY, (_srSPATS _KXCBTTEP.) By _GEOBGE BEBGWER & COtfrmp —Smaii SrB8Cwrno!_i. ,, _ VttKGRArais served to subscribers in the T_'_- ,C 1-_A n ' 6? _wT " per week. Yearly subscribers ^¦ ¦l' "b _3^?_$ Sim-W«KLT TK1.OIUPH " 3 _iJv,--published twice a week during Tbe _TBffljiW ^•' ie O iaf«reand weekly during the rate session _tf l _" 7B and furnished to subscribers at tlw laioder of t_"0 > V' _^ _^ _*e "pci ;^r ::::::::: ::::::: _^ Seven „ _u 16.00 , Tc!l thb u» oy _inwaPArras. , _,„¦,,„. order the dlsconUnuanc« of their news" _rfthe _pSer may continue to send them until ""_^ 'it or _refow to Ukatheirnewspa. * _pubscriberg _negw_* directed, they are ¦ _^AWlSS-M th. _Wlhi _ank ordered !L " discontinued

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 September 1860

REPLY OF ION. A. K. McLUBE TO HONrHENBYD-rOSTEB' >]ivered at the Philadelphia Wig warn, September 18. i860.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 September 1860

SPEECH CF ANDREW G. CUKTI-N AT LANCASTER, SEPTEMBER.19, I860. Fellow Citiz ns—I have spoken often and always in tbe open air If the audience behind me will keep perf_. ctly quiet, I will b- heard by t&oso iu front. You wiil notice by my voice that I have been speaking too much for an ordi nary physical man. I desire now to speak to the people of Lancaster _county. Fellow-cittaeos—forty-seven _tinKS have I proclaimed my principles and the princi lee of ray party in Western Pennsylvania and I believe I bave spoken acceptably.— Now _. ijaving _finishtd my^^ _engagfemen _-_' B In tbe weat, it is proper that I should speak in the strong-hold of the ancient Henry Clay Qmmense applause, and a voice earnestly, "Oh Lord,] Wnig party. You don't give. me. leave _^tbaiflateaiB_^_MiitBfifeJke mag ic of the n»me _^ WiWWPWWBPIPWWI'MfWinl , At _unurable and conservative Whig party seems still to exist among; the people of Lancaster county. I will not name bis name again. I notice th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 September 1860

Sketch of Bis Life ana Character Although in the present campaign the,people are contending for the success of great principles, aud not for the elevation of mere men, it is proper that we should know something of the history and character of the man wbose name is the rallying cry for those who are battling for the rights of mankind. In thiB contest the undying principle involved fa the rights and the _powers of the peopleof this Republic. This btlng a People's movement, it is eminently proper that a man of. the people should be our stand irdrbearer. That Abraham Lincoln is a man of the people, nnd whose every act and _sentiment of life has identified him rii rectly with the masses, a glance ut his history, nrivate and public_, will show. Abraham Lincoln was bom on the " 12th of February, 1809, in what was thenHardin county, in the State of Kentucky His grandfather aud his father were both born- in Bockingham county, Virginia. Hid more remote _ancestors came from Berks count...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 September 1860

PmladripaU _Bvenlnz _Bullrtia, (n _* •* Politios in a Prayer Meeting,-A Eebnke. Tbe present campaign is distinguish. J _featureiBO prominently as by the ga_<t ir.r: of weit-beSaved, oiderly. _respectai k- a: mirably ofHcered and drilled Line. In a;,: tin Clubs. They have added great mt.r -• the meetings aud processions, and l_^n- • v to _enlistln _pdUQeal pursuits many y urwho would otherwise b« idle anl 1.^',. and the. cause of freedom and uroUu :. much to threireffort8. Btill more hon 't ¦ due them if the full Peoples' vote f-J. their means _ba brought out, and C'u:: . Lincoln should carry the State. _7 But the anti-Lincoln people, ancn .. cannot turn out 6uch well-ditdpl n- . _oor,1iave taken every opportunity «>f i•..• and Vilifying the Peoples' Clubs, _nitwit fng- lhe fact that the Wide _Awaken, I _bles, _Oontfnentels, &c, have bad too self-respect to embroil themselves in rows _* Witbfin a day or two, some : paarbV, sickly iudividual _ciatiuguisbe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 September 1860

A _Danqkrous RrDBTo Win aLovk.—As the freight trian ou the _Logansport, Pedria anU Burlington Railway was coming west reoeutly the conductor was aocoated at riajuna _suti_^n_, in Indiana, by a «,mart,.intel ligent audgypd-lookiugfemale, who «ojie_^tr ed a .ride.. She _explainud that she had elopetifroin herpareuts on accountof there _oppoBiton_^to her uni'>n with a young man to whom she was; attached; Gonduotor Moore advised "her to reconsider her deterruinatiou to elopejaiid decline 1 taking heron board, and the train moved on, leaving her, as was suppose, belaud. 3_qme jme after, one of tbe train men had occasion to p.iss aver the oars, and found th. e _^irl_.Cwitu.her b$nd boxes, cliugiug to ac_*i _luaded with timber_, just back ut the tugine &he had onl y a space Of about _uix iiioheaof the car t > stand on, and in tiiat perilous position, with tbe sparks of the locomotive beating upon her, she had ridden twelve miles. The train wag stopped an I the gir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 September 1860

the election of their chief ruler, carries upon its face its dangers and its infamy. [Applause.] Bat, do not despair of the Republic. [Applause.] It will _pnsp th_»_f 0Tde<d imposed upon it by Disunion Democia< y unscathed , and will rise redeemed and _stvongthtd to march onward in fulfillment of its high mission. Pennsylvania will, in October next, speak in thunder tones for the Union, for Protection, for Free Labor and for Free Homes. [Applause.] These principles will be triumphantly asserted as due to ourselves, to cur Stats and to our country ; and we shall rear out standard victoriously to the world; it wi'l be a triumph proclaiming equal and exact justice to our free brethren of this Union, of every clime, and it will be in harmony with the great sentiment—"Liberty and Union, now and forever, one and inseparable!" _. V When the speaker closed, the applause was deafening and continued for some m_^_mettts;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 September 1860

j 'AParisianOBKiusliaBJu6tii)vei)te ' _^ eal petticoat! By the a-d of Hciet.tfic _ov. _^m , the crinoline i8ridofalIt>pri'Kr ' bolts, pivots, &c, and is _iuflatnl ilil ¦preserver , the air furnishing any .iin-: - _._dtsteua on required, to give a _cii _cin)'k' of say a quaiter o! a mile , 'i'lit• ^> '• ' features of ihe _invention ih tlii_<-- '' _^ant we .rer need on ly touch _u • -!¦ •_Arranged to communicate with t>_- ! _Jtft the _dresB r and the air in the hki _t ¦ Action a musical attachment, not tu.l ¦ ' bird organ, placing a vaiiety <»f ttnn-|_t«g _^ ems ot the operas to a uur.-t) - Th_^ tn _ventor confidently declarei' ;l loqui_^brch_^_tras may b_? entirely i'*! yrith ' fn_r , fi_^lir,e; tthe ladies wean<rr »4 _ujuaic_| l _pgi_^_oaT'can provide ibi-n"1 * ._»iiih _waives, _quadrilles, aui Hka ' their beasts' content.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 September 1860

ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS, THE PEOPLES' CANDIDATE FOB TJ_£E PRESIDENCY.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 September 1860

(flfrtton Iproclamotton ELECTION PROCLAMATION. PURSUANT to an act of the General As-I setnbly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania en titled "An Act relating to Elections in this Commonwealth," approved the 2d day of July, A- D., one thousand eight hundred and thirty-nine, I, J. M. EYSTERSherifTofthe county of DauphinPennsyvaniado hereby make known and give notice to the electors of the county aforesaid, that an election will be held in the said county of Dau phin, ON THE SECOND TUESDAY OF OCTOBERA. D., 1869(being the 8th day of October,) at which timo State and County Officers, as follows, are to be elected, to wit: One person for Govtrcor of the Commonwealth oi Pennsylvania. One person to represent the counties of Dauphin, Leb anon, Union, _gnyder aod part of Northumberland county, composing the loth Congressional district, in _Uw Congress of the United States, One person to represent we counties of Dauphin and Lebanon is the Senate of Pennsylvania. Twoperson _j for memben of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 September 1860

From tbe North American Lincoln's Tariff Becord. t_»,..,. H a wilf»1 and labored effort on the 1 , bo c who hare habitually sacrificed ,ct ' of Pennsy lvania to party, and who 6"" ,n _11 occasions abandoned our rights VC Vt\,P _fiictatera demand a concession, fATvtle po-i'i«« aDdt0 misrepresent the falsity ue LiDC0lDi who was always bten Kibe " _«t thorough, consistent and uut_*i • hirmis of _tbs protective policy.-fe * ™»Q °f ftDy Pftrty t0 "rday !D £S C " ...lih wbo is more wnarely attached RT_^t princip le than hekor who has ft",'It more * courageously in a State r _jc had to combat preju«cei_»go_^ 'democratic _^^^X_^Mllt >n _serving as an elector at the _neSMWbe r t_'cklt ii_? 1844. he made the Tarifl_*i_«42 constant theme of his discourse, sustaining ,ith m asterly and conclusive arguments to J the people of the west tbaUhere was a Jct barmony between their intereste and ..-between agricultural and manufacturing ' aDd a mutual dependence by whiob One d not prospe...

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