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

Bf _pO_^TAKT ANNOTJNOBMENT! RXAD AND ClBCXrLATB _JOIOXQ _THS_;AmjCTED I - ~ T\R. STEWART, late of' _Qolnmbusj Lf Ohio, _*nd formerly of Canada West, P _" HYSICUN £OR CflRONlGiAFKBOlIQNS, .would announce - to the pnblip, lhafarie.- years of patent investigation, and havinglie*t_<idlhous*Bds, oFcasj lii different portions ot th«_TJnifeff Stales and Canada, and under standing tho modep of .treatment-in GermanyFraqce,.and Great Britam, be has1 discovered thb tbvb rshbsy for diskasb op the i-nsce. Like aU _ijreat _discoverioa, it i3 only an improvement on the labors of others, the result ol tbe _observation of _JOentuticsjrat to practical account It is no PATENf StRTJP COMPOUND, or BALSAM, but is rounded on _Scientific principles, a& Dr." S. can prove from the writings of the best Physiologists and Pahologists of _Inodenrtinies. Dr. S. observed that all celebrated medicines which have had their d>yt and seemed to be a _curative'_agents, contained a large proportio...

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

_Bank _^Ipplkations A PPLICATION will be made to the next jGL Legislature for an increase ol $400,000 to the capital stock of the Iron City Bank, of Pittsburg, Pa. j e27-wtjanl JOBN MAG0FFIN, Cashier. NOTICE is hereby given, that app lication wi 1 be made by the Mechanics' Bank of Pittsburg, to tbo Legislature at Its cext meeting for an increase ol $500,000 io i_» capital stcck. making $1,000,000. Jel3 6mw* GBO ' _. D. M'CRKW.-CVhifr_. A PPLICATION will be toade to the next XJL .Legislature for the incorporation of a new Bank with the right to issue notes ' ' ; to be located in tbe city of Harrisburg. with the name or the State Capital Bank, and a capital of One Hundred _Thousand Dollars, with the privilege to increase the same to Three Hundred _Ttoueand Dollars . je27W6m ALLEGHENY BANK. _^_TOTI GB is hereby give ii thatlipp lication Jl will be made to the next Legislature at Harrisburg lor an increase of *_5Oo;60O to the capiu) stock of the Allegheny Bank, ol l'ittsburg. By...

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

sTOM/rcH aiTKAi. •The proprietors and manufacturers-of HOSTSITBR'S CELKBRAXEI>STOMACHBITTESS can appeal with per * feet confidence to physicians and _^ citizens _generally to tbe United " States; because 'the _artcfe has aUafaed a nputation heretofore unknown _^ A <few-factB upon this point will speak more ' powerfully than volumes of bare assertion or blazoning puflery.. The consumption of Hostetter's Stomacn Bitters lor tbe last yearamounted to over a half-million bottles;,and from its manifest steady increase in times past, it is evident that during the coming year the consumption -will reach nearly _xme million botUes. This immense amount could never have beon sold but tor _tharare medical properties contained ni the preparation, and tbe sanction of Uie most _prominent physicians v in thoso-_^secttons_^of .the ._coontrji _wbertPWe article is best known, who t/ot only recommend th« Bitters UHheir _pfttienta, but are ready, at airtimfctogive 1 testimonials to i...

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

• The attention of Invalids. Physicians, Clergymen, scientific men, and the ' public woefully, is respectfully solicited to the merits of this chemical preparationcontalnipgltt»n,8«ftxihu**nd*litoslilM>ra_«7apd which is identical n its composition with the Hematic Qtobulc, or red Pood. "In alldiseaEesaccompsnled with Debility, pale countenance and nervous derangement, analysis ol 'the blood t how _^deficiency of the red globules. Ruddycomplexion and a rosy tint of the skin, is always Indicative of health ; while a pale, wax-like skin and counte nance,—"which evinces a defictencyof'the'red globules;—accompanies a diseased organism. Preparations oflMW have been given _fdPthe purpose of supplying ¦ tne red globulos, but wo contend that_._jpan alone,,Snljphwr Hlono, or Pboftphornt* alone, will not meet the ' dfflciensyoa every case; but that a Judicious combination.qi ia _thrse elements b'Boctssary to restore th»blood toita _normal standard- Xhis poinu never beforea_^taine...

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

_illisteUaiuous have resided within the State for one year or more his oath will be sufflcipnt proof thereof , but shall make proof by at least one competent witness, who shall be a quali fled elector, that he has resided within the district fev more then ten days next immediate!» preceding _saiU election, and shall also himself swear that his bona tide residence in pursuance of his lawful calling is within tbe district, and that he did not remove into said district foi the purpose of _votiulf therein. "Every person q\_ialified as aforesaid, and who shall mako due proof, if required, of his residence and payment of taxes as aforesaid, shall be admitted to vote " in he township, ward, or district in which he shall reside. " If any person shall prevent, or attempt to prevent any officer of any election under this act from holding such telection, or use or threaten any violence to any such offi cer, or shall interrupt or improperly interfere with him in the execution or his duty,...

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

_J)l)_UakIpI)ta 'Mmxfammls PHILADELPHIA TERRA C0TTA MABUFACTOEY. VITRIFIED AVATER AND HEAT PIPE , FerDPAIMJSG or FORCING water—For VENTTLA TING. HEAr or SMOKE _Fluep. ' »f _COdHtSDEII _FOK THEIR IMPEHJSHABILITY. KON-COBEOSION SMOO_1 i_^E-S, FACILITY OF LAYING AND <:»«A P JX J5SS , (Beit'Q if. s Mow quarUr tht price of L>ad or Iron.) Iney uavu be n u-fU d in _Europe fo. _ceuturice, and are bow used in immense qu ._ntilies then-. . We have all tho sizes fiom 2 in. u. 12in. bore , (made io lengths of 3 ft beside* _thetocktt uhichis 2% int.) with all thu Bends Elb ws d< ubleandUin_^ le Branches , (both right and _tl>liqu«?van)_fj(P >)_$_*a »" "_iz •.connectioiiis, >. $- aud Bu.r,ninaTr_*i_»_. it'Ptert _, &c, _rokkide the best ar ticle known m every _icti*ct ft>rCUL\£RTSaiid DRAINS of all kiDds. (Their non-ccrtosion cefecially adapting them for _Wi. ' u-r-Oo-et* ) FoP.qKG (we have them laid in _nearly 50 tl.es f, i t. L_^_d...

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

PH-ILADELPHIA _WATCfi ANDJEWEERYSTjpEE, _n O. CONRAD, FORMER OCCUPANT, No. 148 North Second _Street, CORNER OF _QVARRlf STREET. nnHE _' UNDERSIGNED has leased the. T above premises, where he will Seep a large assortment of Gold and Silver Watchesof AmericanEnglish and Swiss llanafactere ot ihe most celebrated makersin addition to which, wflL-.be Ibund ,alwaya on hand (and made to order) an ' extensive variety_^Bf Jewelry, Silver, and Silver Plated ware/together with a general assortment of Inch goods as' _artTusuUly kept in ' a first class .Watch and Jewelry StoreV - Tbe patrons of OT Conrad, aad those or tbe subscriber, together _wHhJthe public Generallyaremyited to call, where the_^Wul _receive a ioHMcleter their money.— As 35am determined;to _dostrictty a cash business, goods _WW be sola very low. "Smaii _Pboijmjajik Qmps _Saus," _irtMuoM_^_i ^^BMk _- _wimaua, 'Jeao-lyw _, _Formet ' lyX). _OOWRiiD, NO. 148 North Second St., corner Q arry, hi-m.U i# XLqpi_^Mco xr -a . - Ton wi...

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

_Misuiiamons LINCOLN, _HAMLII_, OURTIN AND THE * COUNTY TICKET! The Opponents of the present Corrupt National and State Administrations will asbemble in MASS MEETINGS Jit the various places designated, and at the times appointed, as follows: Fi r the Township of Wiconisco, on SATURDAY, at 8 o ' clock P. M. ' , on the 29th of September, at C. MILLER'S JBoteli in liYKENSTOWN. For the Township' of Derry and _Conewugo, on MONDAY _^ the 1st of October, at MARTIN HOl_^KER'S. , '• '" . _' , ' ;t. __,.__ " Forthe Township of East Hanover, o ' n TUESDAY, the 2d oi October, at JBOYER'S (SheH_'_s) Tavern. For the Townships of Lower Paxton and West HanoTer. on WEDNESDAY, the 3d i»f,October, in LBJGLESTOWN_, at the house of E. W. AMMON. ' ' ¦ " ¦ ' For the Townships of Sonth Hanover and Deny, on THUR S DAY , the 4th of October, at GEORGE HOOKER'S, at UNION D E POSIT For the Township of Lower Swalara, on FRIDAY, the 5th of October, in HIQllSPIRE_, at the house of DANIEL LEH&&a...

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

OE FOREST, ARMSTRONG & CO., DRY GQODS MERCHANTS, 8_« & 83 _Cliambers St., N. Y. Would notify the Irada that they art opening Weekly, in new-ana beautiful patterns; the WAH9UT_9A PRINTS,. AlfiO THS AMOSREAG, A New Print, which ex_»_jel6 . ev,_ery,Priu t in the Country for perfbeiton of execution, and design In fuU Madder Colors. _OurPrintsjtre cheaper than any _Inmarketi' and meeting with; extensive Bale. Orders promptly attended to. _~ febl-wly Q _UICESMiES. BMALL _PKOFTTS JBW3_QBX & SILTJBR-WARB _ijffE _WOULT>reapeotfully _inforia our _ff friends, patronsand the public generallythat we htYonoWuTBtoreand offer wholesale and retail, at thelowest Cash* Prices,, a large and' very «hoioe stock of Watches , Jewelry, Silver and plated warn, of every variety ana _stjje_, . .. . Every description or Diamond Work and other Jewelry_, •made to order, at _siort notice. 49_>AU _goois warrai>ted to be a3 _represented. N. B.—Particular _attentio...

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

AS'S I GN E E' S SAL E _, -r " or a; FA_^M AND _TAVBRN STA«©i DN _TJBlDBgp s_4Y, PCTOBER 4, Iff6_^_r the ' undersigned, assignee of James Lairdwill expose to public Bate on-the_^Tjemises, that, _valuabtefbhn _aad^^avern stand, _containing 88 Acres more or lees situate in _Xonderry Mwnshtp, Dapbln county, on -tie Lancaster and 'Harrisburg Turnpikeabout four miles from~Kttnbethtown bOronghjand!«_ibWJt!nve _AlteBOuHi LynchEdwanl Sweeney, 'frontiog-on tbe<I ' Harn§bm% andXancaster Turnpike, on which the improvements are _J_^_igL » Two-Story BRICK Tj_^OIBK _JKBrnf _tt_* HOUSE, with a BrloXJKltch_«n attached _^IBlrf IW' Smoke Housea _^ank Barn, Wagon ' '¦Slim Shed,-HogStable,jWithtotherJieceftary _0_^HHB|^_l ont-bulTdldgs; a well of never tailing _waier near ihe door, a. young beariraQsehaxd_.of choice Fiuit Trees. About eight acres or me land is covered with'heavy timber, with Oak and Hiekbr_^th% remain-" der laid off mto convenient fields, under good fencesand.in a_=good ...

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

J W. SGO'ET, e!ktb of thb mat ot-w»woh i mi «._> * e««n—Gja_^TL_5EafEN'S _fTTRNISHING STORE AKD " _SHOT MANU>A&T4i]U_^ 814 Chestnut Street , {Nearl y Opposite GihtrS _Housed _^Philadelphia. ¦ '< ' J. W. SCOTT woutd resvectrolly tall the attennonof his former patronB and ArididA to his new 8tore, and_$5 pre pared to nil orders for SHIRTS at short notice. A-perfeot tguaranteed. COTJNTKY TRADE -supplied _' _withMNttf BIRTSandOOLTjARS. ¦ ¦•- ¦¦ „ octl2-\rty Eor Sale wholesale and Retail!! _JaOHRBR AND DAVIS' PATENT WASHING MACHINE. By.itsusea great saving is madein time, wear and tear of cloths. A week's wash of an ordinary sized Ami ly can be done before breakfast. It is equal in capacity to four able-bodied women, and a saying of at least' 60 per cent., Hundreds are now in use, and the, demand continues; Gairand examine far yourselves. For sale by PLOWMAN _^ & M'BRIDB, 87 STRAWBERRY _^_TREBT, PHILADELPHIA. AU persons are cautioned against infri...

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

LADIES' ONE PRICE FA&CY FUR STORE. i! * ; JOHN FAEEIEA, No. n&ARUHST _^ between 7th and " ' 8thStreets,'Philadelphia. (Late of 818 Market St) htPOKXKR, 1_UNUKACTUSXR OF AND DKAt' kb,. in AV-. "JSPS op _. : FANCY FUR'S!, Having _removed to my New Store, 718 Arch St., and being now engaged .entirely-in the Manvfac\i'e mil-Sale of Jfthcy it<r», wbich. in accordance wiin -me—one rnee-J_^tnetpwi" i nave mama tbe lowest possibleprtct _consittent with a _reasonablo profit1 would solicit a visit from those in want of Furs for either -Ladies' or _Childrens* Wear, and aiS_^_nsfectioB of my selection of those goodesainticdas 1 Dm, of my ability toplease In every desired cssciiUal. ' _0"Pj6reons-ata<ii3t»nce , who may and it inconvenient to call personally, need only name the article they with, together w_|th tbe price,, and _ipslructions>for sanding,ana for ward" the order to _qiy address—money accompanying —to _insurer satisfactory compliance with ...

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

»ttw No _i_,Cai i niorti _^OT WOTUnd ned how J5_? tt r how b«««^ l, ho_^ _u?e _manifo _» d tl?e inate ™*_vH y of her d JEEZ?* i teelf _Kert - _Unifomlv ¦«M?2?an iP° lite _treatment oi aft B °_QB_^iBjm_^ ma rk of true woma n. _fwS ^; Util »>aa wings and caV _^ •SsSBiffi^^_Bw_** ''1 " _Mielf '_t _^_"* with _otbt_^i_, or _wit

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

PRINCIPLES OF GOVERNMENT nnnstruotion of the Constitution. The government of the United States was formed by the people, through a written Constitution, for the people of the United States, as a nation; establishing a Uuion_^ of the people, for the government of " the whole. Its authority proceeds from and acts upon the people as citizens of the nation. The Constitution of the United States is the written declaration of all the people of the United States, in their original and sovereign capacity} ordaining and _estab liahing a national government, and defining its form and powers. I* is an ordinance and constitution of government, established , not by the States, as such, but by "the people of the United States." It is an act and ordination of government, paramount, supreme and perpetual, throughout the limits of the Union, unalterable and irrevocable in any of its provisions except in the manner prescribed by itself. The Union is not completely_/overeign, not having supr...

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

THE CONTEST FOB _GOVKBNOJ* If the honest people of Pennsylvania fairly appreciate the issues of the Gubernatorial oonteat,,there mil l_^^o fear for the result. Id that contest is involved the possibility of either victory or defeat in, November, because as certain as Andrew. _GK Curtin is elected _Governor of Pennsylvania, so sure will the'State eas_$ her vote for the Republican candidate * f6r President. There is no disputing this faOfc—BQ controverting the soundness, of the argument, that the people, who really desire-the aid of executive or legislative encouragement, will support only those who are bound to their welfare and interests by their own common wants and necessities., In this respect it iB reasonable .to suppose that the people of Pennsylvania will not rashly oast away the influence to be derived from a proper result of the October election. They will not cast away their gathered strength for the purpose of merely gratifying the1 ambition of a demagogue, or pander t...

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

QUAINT COMPABISONS The comparisons in the following com' munioation are both quaint and instructive.. They expose the deoeit with which Foster has been deluding his friends and the people on the subject of the Tariff. On this great question, like all other Democratic demagoguef, _^e *8 < profuse in professions, while his praotices are all againsl practical protection- to either the labor or resources of the country. " A oareful perusal of the following will repay ' the reader: Foster on the Tariff.—This gentleman, who says he iB eo flash of ten dollar bills , emboldened no doubt by the possession of such a pocket full of rocks, proclaims that he is, and always has been a Tariff man. He admits that we had a good Tariff in 1842, but admits the fact that Baid good Tariff of 1842 was passed mainly by Whig votes. The Locofocos then, as now, generally opposing it. It will be admitted by allhonest Democrats, (I do not of course , allude to •M'Dowell, Hinline and Go.) that th...

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

Both Organs m the State Capital were jubilant this morning, and tuned their paper to the same note. Both fiave become rapturously enamored with the character of Foster, the patriotism of Bell , and the _imaoulafce _purity of the fancy contribute*- to a New _3_Tork flash paper, Everett. We want the people to . observe that those same organs are not altogether moved by their love of Foster—as inuoh as they are troubled in regard to a fair division of- the funds in the hands of Welsh, the State Committee man. This is the secret of the zeal manifested by our neighbors. Their-platforms have narrowed down to a purely financial speculation on the gubernatorial issue, so that in their wild hunt for a share of the funds on hand, they forget their tiatreds , and bury their resentments. —Badinage aside, there is a humiliating significance in this fusion , ' which must elicit the disgust of honest and independent men , not only in this city, but in the State. - Joined _together in cosy aoqu...

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

KEEP IT BEFORE THE P EOPLE That Henry D. Foster is supported the Pennsylvania Railroad company ~ the understanding that he will u_^ : official influence and power , if elected. procure the repeal of the tonnage tai KSSP IT BEFORE THE P EOPLE. That Henry D. Foster, as the soik :: of the Pennsylvania Railroad Compaqwas its paid borer before the Legistfor the passage of aots of special leg;,.:. tion, and that he is pledged to work ::; the exclusive interests of that road sh;u.: he be elected Governor of Pennsylvan;;. KHBBXT _BBFOEir THE PEOPLE That William A. Stokes , the prompt > and traveling' _companion of Henry P. Foster , is also a solicitor of the 1'enij-/, vania Railroad , and i§ to be made Seer: tary of State should Foster be eleai Onnminp. KKKP IT BEFORE THE PEOPLE. \ That these two solicitors of the P..: sylvania Railroad , Foster and Stoke;, _v. bound by pay and pledged by sc.:: promise to maintain and uphold th .;• _' _terests of this mammoth _corporate - I mak...

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

SABBATH DESECRATION The saints of the Douglas faction ?i- / the _oherubuns who hymn the praise of :i _seceder and _disunionist, _BreckioriJ. were piously exorcised and moved to .:• dignation a few weeks since , _because: Wide Awake olub were heard in the _stror on their return home , ten minutes I'' /- • twelve o' clock on a certain Sunday mor iflg. We recommend to the perusal :¦ these gentlemen , the following _advertis • ment of a meeting held in Illinois on _tl dfty it _ajfcertiaes. It is a specimen of tL; action of these hypocrite in contrast withe charges they are constantly preferria_. against the olubs attached to the Republican organizations. It proves how utter.; they disregard not only the sacred in=-tutions of their country but the din:. law and injunctions of Jehovah : GBAND DEMOCRATIC Mass _Meeting AMD _BARBAOUB. The Democracy in,the Groat American Bolt ' assemble en masse at _CfetioU*. on SUNDAY AFTERNOON, <*«j_^j|»y <>r JolrI860 _.torattfj...

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