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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

W. ID. <8>?ose & do. D. W. GROSS & CO., -WHOUOSALB AMD XLBTAHj BEUGCrlSTS, No. 19 MARKET STREET, HARRISBURG, _PENITA. DRUGGISTS, PHYBICIANS_, S T ORBKEEPERS AND CONSUMERS, We are daily adding to our assortment of goods all such articles as are desirable, and would respectfully call your attention to tbe largest and best selected stock of DRUGS, CHEMICALS $ PAINTS. Oils,. Varnishes and Glues, Dye-StuA, Glass and Patty, Artist Colors and Tools, Pare Ground Spies*, Burning Fluid and Alcohol, Xaasfd, Syorm and Pine _OUsJ _^ BottI—, Tlals and I<_ainp Plains, _{Whe 'g oWps, _^pon_^s and Corks, _&«^ _ete_, ote_^ otc, 6_%B _^ _ote_^ 4fe _* With a general variety of PERFUMERY & TOJdLET AETICLES, selected from the best manufacturers and Perfumers of Europe and this country. Being very large dealers in Paints, White Lead, Linseed Oil, Varnishes , Colors, Faint and Artist ' s Brashei id all their varieties, Colon and Bronzes of al...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

_JQ_^_UoL DB. JOHNSON, Baltimore Lock Hospital, Has discovered the most certain, speedy sad efifectaal remedy In the world for DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE wajxr a ea. to twxlvb houbs. No Mercury _orNotumt _Dnfft. Mr _AQfStM WlJUttMTBD, OS HO CHAB8S, HI IWMi On 10 Two _Djltb.-«» , _Weskaett of fhe Back or UmbsStricturesPsIbb in tts LoinsAffections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Orgsalo Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Physical Powers, Dyspepsia iAnguor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas palpitation of the HuurtTimidityTrembUngaDimnesa ol _right or _QiddinesB, Disease of the StomachAffections ot the Head, ThroatNose or SUn—those terrible disorders arising from the indiscretion or Solitary Habits orTooth—those dreadful aadd_«struc_6Ve practices which produce constitutional debility, render marriage impossible, sad destroy both body ana mind. YOUNG MEN. Voung men especially who have become the vtotittl of solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit which annually sweeps to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

C0MM0_BWEALTH IB8XJSAHCX Company, Dnlon BiUldlnss_, _VHted 8t _^ Hmnrlaburs, Pa. (CHAB_1_ERED CAPITAL—$800,000. ) Insure _bolldings and _othet property against toss or dam ¦ .rn ?¦ <¦ :¦ - agel_>y Sire. -_•- ¦ ... " • * r Alto, againtltke _Ptrdt *JiluSt* ,JmU*A Navigation IOTEKEST PAID ¦EOE_^_NEY. and iramqMaiiGX. _ims_/_moBB. Simon Cameron, igeo. Bergner. jW. F. Mnrray, Geo. M. Lauman. Benjamin Parks. F. K. Boas. William Dock, Wm.H.Kepne* , J. H. BerryhlU, K118Ufer, | A.B.Warflrd, I Jno. B. Packer, J.B.Boyd, I I _OKFIOBB&. SIMON CAMERON, PrenMent. BKN J. _PABJOB, Vtoe President. 6.8. CARRIER, Secretary. 'tear todftwU A NE"W A_^_nUi OF DRUGS AND _FAKCY GOODS! JUST BETDENED FBOM THE ClTY! _JTmCBTAgEa) FOB CASH Wux bb Sou) fob Cash at Lo# Paicis! B»*r Disflat Oi PaUct _Obose ni Town Uhbivalusd _AseoBXiONT or _Toiutr Abiiclks ! . Willing to maintain fair prices, but unwilling to be undersold by any parties I , We feel assured that we are able to sell everythin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

_fflisuiiatmns EBY&KUNKEL, WHOLESALE 6E0CEBS, OPPOSITE THB _FENN' a BXPOT , _^ _Ccvn_?ljato'ULTr _&9 Pet., Bee leave to say to Merchants and Hotel Keepers, that they have recently increased their facilities for getting GOODS FROM NEW YORK , PHILADELPHIA AND ¦ BALTIMORE, And -would hereby call the attention Of all purchasers to their LARGE STOCK OF LEADING ARTICLES_^ WHICH THEY AS1 SELLING AT CITY PRICES! ADDING FBXIGH_*. Orders for the following goods will be promptly filled: Coffee, Sugar * Molasses, T eas, Tobacco, Cigars, Soaps, Candles, Holds, Cheese, Spices, Starch, Bacon, Hams, Oil, Tar, Fish, salt, Cetitetit, Piaster, :flo u -to, G-JSk&lfttf_* *? TIMOTH_^r AND CLOVER SEED, IKON, NAILS, &oM &c, &o. Hakbisbubg, February 26-tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

WEED'S PATENT SEWING MACHINES Have gained the confidence of all who use them, and proved one * of the most valuable inventions or the age. They use a Shuttle, making the Lock Stitch on both sides ofthe doth alike unravelled or pulled put. They are all made with the highest mechanical _aklll, and all warranted to work well on all kinds of goods , from tbe lightest Fabric to Heavy Leather.' In particular, we would call the attention of all to our Family Sewing Machine. It nas been manufactured expressly for Family Use. and has met favor from all. It is so simplified as to render it almost impossible to get out of order or derange its operations, indeed it is so simple as-to astonish ouo,that so Email a piece of mecbaniBm-will sew. Belowwe give a description of the diflerent stoles oi the Weed Patent, No. 1, la a very convenient style,, which - oan« be worked by hand or loot, on or off its own table. For convenience of shipping, and also for large manufactories where it is ne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

DR. BKUNON'S. _CO_^OMTEATED REMEDIES. tOit DfiLICATB DISEASES: ; "NorlAtBffaRBiTRBVrvER.—SpeedHyeradicates all the evil effects of Self Abuse, such as general debility, loss of memory, wasting awav of the organsor any constitutional deraiigwnente as unpotehoy, ' and' weakness of the sexual organs, brought on by the unrestrained in_« du!genc«6_f the _pasfflona. Priee obo dollar • ifq.a.—TflB CONCKNTRATBD BAM!.—Will cure In eight dajrs, any _qase oi" gonorrhoeais without ttfsto or smell and _requires no _resirlctioir of diet. Price one dollar. _No..8,—CONCPNTRATKD TEhER—Tt_^e use of this remedy _Wnf cure Gleet in a short time, and I can'ahow eertiac«t_*orcureeffected alter all otherajhaVe iaUed : this p_^aUo _tasteieas and without snieUi Pr_«6 one dollar! No. 4.—CQNLEKTftAfBD PONITEK—the only _jamf_^jcnwn _^ thatj_^_u_^i_^t_^_ejirou_^ "jtotures_^f the ease may us. ttrioe one dollar. • _, ¦ . ' Mo. 6.—ANTIMERCDB1AL. PILLSt.—All persons who have urf_^ffidl'dlttidfut dtt_»gYm6rcury;)...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

_Jnsnxaiut Comf onus, DELAWARE _MUTUAlT SAPBTY _mSITRAJrCE _COKFAST 8. B. Corner of TUrd and Walnut _Sirttu PHILADELPHIA. INCORPORATED 1835. •_fcyTARLNE INSURANCES on Vessels 1T L Cargo and Freight to all parts of tbe World ' INLANDBffiO!Al«&8 on ecods by Rivers, Canal_* Lakes and Land Carriages to aU parts of tbe Union. < I BE INSORANGSS on Merchandise generally, and on Stores, Dwelling Houses, Ac ASBKTS OF THS COMPANY, November 1st, 1555 $686,804 70. November 10 ISM The Board of Direetats have this day declared • dhi. dend of SIX PBB CENT. In Cash, on th* Capital Stock and SIX PKB GKNT. on the Scrip of the Company, pav. ahleon and after lrt tbe proximo. They have also declared a Scrip Dividend ofTWKXTT jTVB PBR CKNT. on the Original Stockand on ae _Sarnest Premiums ibr the year ending October 31. i«5_, Oertiflcates for which will be issued to the _pamts _« ' titled to the same, on and after the first of Deceml «r. 0- Preamble and Retohdum adopted by the Board ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

tints of _Qlratjcl & (Eransportaftoi_. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE ON THE PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD! /-&_$ AND _AFTEIt i[ONI>AT, APRIL V_^_-_^_l tb; 1869, feeParaeBger< Trainson-tho P&wsylvanla Railroad will arrive at and leave _Harriaburg as Ad* _owi>- * "•" ...,._* E-A.SX!_lfAR»« 'tfidTLTNEkrflTis ' _a> 2.22A. M.a»»d leaver ai*W A. Mottbl&rahi _Btojtftftt _Silddletown. _EUsabethtoWn, Tit. Joy, _LanoulBr, _tonion Place, _ParksDurg, Dpw . uingtown., THBOuGH _Kxt_»R(_J!!& -TRAIN arrives at 6.60 A. M., _ffiW_^_S_«_SSa^^_S_^_S Kleaves at 7.50 A. _Melons atall the way stationscon tncta-.wifh the LANCASTER _T8AIN wMcH arrives at »_iiai»ffiSa»t 12.40 p;«' , .v: _1_JAIL TRAIN via the Harriaburg and -Lancaster Road. ftajBe-Eafksiftiffg, Downingtownand * all regular _Rations Cast of Oowtfngtown, and arrives at Philadelphia at _ftTOO?. _' _! _! _; _^ - ,. ¦ ' ¦- .. - _^ . J -HAiOTCBBURQ ACCOMMODATION TRAIN Via the BranchRoad, leave...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

NEW SPRING GOODS 'iJBAjiT 's _Clothing ' .;, ¦¦ '¦ AND ' FUKNISHINGr HALL, COR. THIRD AND MARKET STS. FINE BLK. FROCK COATS from $5.00 to $15.00. • SPRING CAS. " . 3.OO "1O.OO. " BLACK CAS. PANTS from ; 3.00 " 7.0O. " FANCY 'A «« 8.00 " 6.00. PLAIN AND FANCY SILK VESTS, 8.00" ©00 SUMMER SUITS AS LOW AS ._ 3.OO << _4.UO. ALSOa flue assortment of BOYS' CLOTHING. _apr8-dtf WM. J. STEES, CARPENTER AND _JOBBER CORNER WALNUT AND FRONT S1RES7S. 1058IN6 of all kinds done at short •I notice, In good style, and on reasonable terms. aDrt-dtf .. . .. JOHN W. GLOVER, WYETH' S BUILDING, MARKET 8TRKET, TTAS JUST RECEIVED FROM NEW XX: _York and Philadelphia , a large and ' varied stock ol ei'KlNG DRESS GOODS, comprising new and beautilul styles or CLOTHS PI AIN and FANCY _CaSSIMERES , and bilk, _ir 'aUnand Marseilles VESTINGS, which will be sold _:at reasonable prices , and made up Ho order in the best _«tvie _^. _^ .....J .. ,., r __ ..... . . mar_!6 JOHN F. FELDER, /_CHERRY AL...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

18S9. ; J859. Itoffi_^n _Cjeirtratl Kaitaray I NdTiai . i _OMNGE OF SOHE0ULE. el? JBND AFTER MONDAY1 , MAT 2, _lttSl, the Passenger Trains on the Northern Central iray will leave and arrive at _EarriBburg as follows; V r . _, , SOUTH. . . BUFFALO AND NIAGARA EXPRESS. j_/tom . aacmps/Htg, _^ _ .. _jpr/>*n,xHUan'pre Leave Harrisburg 2.45 x. u. I Leave Baltimore 8.00 p. x. Arrive in Baltimore M6_A.M. | Arrive _infiarrisb'g7.2SFJf. :: ¦; :/ :_^i-.k; fllGHTbxpbjsss. . ::; .. Jrotn IKtrrubMiy. _/_w _^n>ni Baltimore Leave _Harrlabinrg 7.16a.«: I Leave Baltimore..6.00p. h. Arrive In Baltun_'el2J6 p.m. | Arrive inHarrisb'gl0.40p._n Iron S(_ttTuSitty_» • ¦ _mtom Britix_/_nutt Leave Harrisburg 1.20 _r.it. I Leave Baltimore. .,1. 30 a. x. Arriyein:Balttmpre6.20r;M. I Arrive lnHarrtsbJ gll.(0..:x. The onlytraln leaving tor " Baltimore on Sunday will be th<7.16_*.K, ., __ . ... ¦ __; , - -: WORTH. MAIL TRAIN. _jrotoi JiQftttbUTg... Fffitti WiUiomtport Arr'ehiWillIamsp't...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

"VTBW _JOIMMWN, WHEA_^FLLIiB * -_^2 No. 106 liarkoj _^K ! _EFFECTUAL VERMIN POwJBiK pHIS _artic_^ _vrhsn blown or duB_^^t>_. J- _freytoea _infeaied wtth Ants. Roaches, _BiaTlf vermin, wffl route and effectually _desSy them civ _^ _«%_tofticktog ypur _woBens and _beddhig. and _iHinmi 1 cOBftions, _BiJStt, fco; io. It is death to all JpSectBh _* _^ _SSSEggjULAe human race. Sold, only at _KBiIkija I »jrt _artteies for the _saihe _purport; is put up in tin JP1* I tera, and sold at 25 cents, at M \\ * \n_*-ay 91 Market _P2P_»: ?K _t i AUGUST AND _SEPTEMBI_^ _b_^ , ARE recommended by most wr# | fkvorable months tor transplanting /P_" » _lai1_'' EVERGREENS AND STRAWBEDJ_^d_^V_^iur_^ A fine assortment may _ba found at the _Kiiw _, i aery, at very moderate prices. Jh_£ _PLOfe_^3. SMALL EVERGREEN? _T^^_lJSfpi From 10 inches to 2 feet, suitable ' ¦ toSflSSrSfcS_' _- screens and hedges—particularly lor CesUJT^^ _a _treJto -""_" eluding _ArbSr Vito3, Korway FirBalsam a; _privet, Tree ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

_mAr_*_rx3Sm -*_3r fu-nb, N ATIONAI, 8AKBTT TRV8T COM PA _N V CHARTERED BY THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA RU LES. 1. Money. Is received every day, and in any amount arge or small. 2. FIVE PER CENT, la paid for _monej from the day ,t put in. 8. The money is always paid back In GOLD, whenever it Is called for, and without notice. i. Moaey I- received from ExecutorsAamittistraton 6ttardtan* and others who desire to have it in a place or perfect safety, and »here interest can be obtained Tor it. 6. The money reoatved from _depoaltora to _tovesied n; SEAL ESt_*TFMQM»A_€SS_, _OFOOKD RSK1_¥_bdO stich other firstclat_«s' _*orttl«8 as the Charter direct*. 6. Office Hours-rEvery day from 8 till & o'clock, ana on Mondays and _Thnradaya _ttll 8 o 'clock in tbe evening. This old and well established 8AT3NG FUND bas re celved more than TJBM MILLIONS of doUara <rom nearly thlrW thousand depositors. HON.HENRT L. BENNBRPresident. ROBERT SKUSDXa. _Tloe President. WX.J.XBD3, Secretary....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

FLOUR GROCERY AND PROVISION _STOJRE! np_^Eju^^_ETTavtag_^w _^_Jom ¦M- _VjeyxL fate arrangements for a constant _snimto of FlourSaint Louts _MUte * Don ble ExtrajSurom _rf the best brands now manufactured iTo_» u-iSJX_/ " likewise. Southern Ohio Star Brand_^a_^rSLSSS_^ These brands are made of the very _Joest white wheapffl the country, and may be relied on as a _superfor FA1_OLY FLOUR. . • _^ _T ALSOHostettcr_'s Extra White _WheatJfeunuy Flour, a good article. Also, some of the best or Superfine Dauphin County Brands, all of which will be sold as'low as can be done, and warranted to be what they are represented. LIKEWISE-Buckwheat Meala rery pure and _Jtoe article ; Corn Heal, always freeh, Mill Feedto. ' tan- , , Corn and Oats, by the bushel, or small measure. ' PROVISIONS.—Hams, Dried Beet; a Bupeirtor article, Tongues, _Balognas, Sec. FRUITS.—Green Apples, Lemons, &o. Dried- Frulls, Pried Peaches pareda fine article nnpand,.Dried ApplesCherries, Elderberries, Blackber...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

PROP. iH)0LM 1* ; _TETJPS_^ W OULD respectfully inform his old patrons and the public generally, tfiaf he nil continue to give instructions on the PIANO FORTE, MELODEON, VIOLIN and also In th*sdence of THOROUGH BASS. Be will w'th pleasure wait upon pupils at their homes at any hour desiredor lessons will be given at bis residence, in Walnut street, three doors below Fourth rfMifi-ritf ¦ ' DR. J. W. MO f PIT OPERATIVE AM) MECHANICAL DENTIST OEFICE and residence No. 19 SoutL Second street, one door below Kellcer'B Hardware Btore, and opposite the Presbyterian Church, manufac tures teeth expressly for each particular case. All diseases of the mouth carefully treated; Every operation warranted. Charges moderate. Office hours from 8 to 12 A. M_* and from T to6 P. M. no_^Wdly m_$A!_2 _ATfRAGTION_; N E"W TBtPLE OP ART. "OOBERT R. BARR begs leave most re-Li spectfully to inform the Ladies and Gentlemen of Harrisburg, and Strangers visiting the Capital, that he has opened a NEW DAGOERR...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

LOOS TO _YOTTK INTERESTS! ENCOURAGE HOME _INDUSTRY , BY HAVING ALL YOUR . PLAIN AND FANCY BINDING T\0NE at the STATE CAPITAL BIND-\9 _BBY_, 64 Market street, AT HO PER CENT. LESS than New York or Philadelphia priceswhich will be bhown by giving us a calL The beet of stock aad'workmapsblp guaranteed. ;* BUSINESS MEH_, ATTENTION I! "\_TERr superior BLANK BOOKS, with or Y without printed headings, pagea _* made to order at 64 Market streetHarrisburg, Pa. Made to any size or pattern, and much more _substantial than' city work. A fair trial is solicited. Full satisfaction guaranteed. Particular attention given to all kinds of County work. Orders by mall promptly filled. HAVING Becured the sole Agen cyo BOND'S "BOSTON CRACKERS,1 ' I have Just received a fresh invoice of tho following varieties, wuich'I can sell at city prices, wholesale or retail: GRAHAM BREAD, OYSTER CRACKKB8 , ¦ BOSTON CftACKKitH- TOAST BISCIUT, WINEBISCOIT, •: --._; MILE BISCUIT, SODA BISCUIT. WH. _OPCBVJ*_, opposi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

_* HARRISBURG, PENNA. rpHIS well-known Stoneware Macufacto-JL rylately conducted by Joffin _Youti_^_i Co.,ha passed into the hands of the undersigned who will continue to .manufacture and keep on hand a full assortment of * ¦ ¦ '• . ¦ ¦" . STONEWARE. This Ware has lately been very much improved In the body and glazing, and is warranted _tujxrwrin material quality andfinith to any Stoneware manufactured in Vu Stateand not surpassed by any made in the United States. Purchaurt themtdva being the judges. Much of onr process Is not known to other manufacturerswhich give us a decided advantage. Our clays are all obtained inNew Jersey and vicinity are selected by a careful agent and chemically prepared (by one of the oldest Potters in this country.) so as to form a. flint body. The glace is free from;all poisonous- matter, being composed common Salt and day. There is nothing in the glazing hat can injure-any one; Apple butter or anything else may be kept in it withjjo_/_ect«a/««y, as...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

NEWSPRINT GOODS . ¦ v ... /_- .. _; . , AT . • "¦ . ¦¦ GEORGE CUNKLE'S 11_TBRCHANT •_feilLOEING_, CLOTHING ¦¦ . . • - •• . - ;. - AND ?.r , • '. - _FURNIS HINCJ BAZZAB, NO 66 MARKET STREET , ElRRISFURG , PA. npHE Subscriber returns thanks,for the _Jlbaral patronage through the Season just-closing_, and desires to call the attention of _QtUens, Members of the Legislature and Strangers,to his NEW SPJUNG _STYLt of Goods, which will be made up to order in short notice and in the best manner. A fall and commplete assortment of gents FURNISHING Goops , Winchester & Co.'a Celebrated Shirts and Collars, &c. ALSO, an assortment of well made CLOTHING of his own manufacture. ;, ; -_¦ _" ¦ _ ¦ aprl-dtf JNO. H. BBBRYHILL. WM. H. ECKELS. BMIRYHILL & ECKELS. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW. _rilHE undersigned having entered into I' co-partnership in the practice of Law. will give prompt attention to all _business intrusted to their charge OFFICE: walnut street, between Second and Thir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

PHILADELPHIA AND. j_$_pjip pa _iiy i$ . SUMMER _ARRAJVGEMEJXT, .. . April 18_^ _Xy59». tiro PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE HARRISBtmQ DAILY, (Sundays excepted.) at 8.00 A. M., and 2.45 P. M., lor Philadelphia, arriving thereat 12.60 noon and MO P.M. ¦ , RKTDBNING, LEAVE PHILADELPHIA at 7-80 A. M., and 8.80 P. M., arriving at Harriahurg at U40 noon and FAREs\—ro Philadelphia, No. 1 Oars, $3.26; No. 2 (in _aainejrain,) $2.70. FARE& _>-To Reading, $1.60 and $1.80. AfReadlng, connect _witb trains for Pottsyille, Miners-Villa, nanaqua/Catawissa. 4c. FOUR TRAINS _LEAVB READING FOR PHIEADKLPBIA DAILY, at 6 A. M., 10.18 A M, 12.80 noon and 6vO6RM. ¦ '%MVE PHILADILPHIA FOR READING at 7.80 A. II., _mSO P, M., 8.30 P, M., and 4.46 Pi M. " yARBS -—Reading to Philadelphia, $lt76 and $146. TEE _MyrtJflNG TRAIN FROM HARRKBURG OON _MKCTS £B BHADIN& with up train for _Wilkesbarre, «_FtttrwJgh tickets and other iirdrmatibn _aDi)^to 'aDl6>dtf . . General Agent.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

JOSEPH OASET. JOHN W. BBOW_» CASEY &ER0_WN, HARRlSBtTRG, PENN/A. HAVING associated together in the practice.of the Law, will attend _ftithfully anil promptly to all professional business entrusted to their care. . . Office in Third street three doors from Market . N. B. Consultation_^ in BnE|igi' and German. mar23-d&wtf . . TVDT.0_H HERRING HI—Direct from M 9 Amsterdam, m store and for sale by WM DOCK, Jr. BObTON CLOCKS. _TTUST received a pew invoicepf Howard •J"" _* Co_'s., CLOCKS, among them a beautiful Church Gallery Marble Clock. Call and see them at the . _junl7-2rij _, , EAGLE WORKS . VVORT AND PEARLFOLDERS _. and'Pa. _Jb per Cuttertof various stylesfor sale at BJBRGNEB _q_^ap Bookstore, a-MwrJl_^t afreet. . _^ _^ _HHHHI_^^_BsF_^i HJ&*-1 ^/'_^^s_^B_^B_^s_^B_^_BiB_^^^^^^^^B_^^r_^B* I' n w_«S

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

NEW FIRM, JNEW GOOJ)S NEW PRICES! _rpHE SUBSCRIBERS having succeeded X to the WHOLESALE AND._RBTAIL GROCERY BUSINESS of Messrs. GROSS ft «KUNEBL , at WALNDT STREET WHARF, would respectfully announce to the oitisens of Harrisburg and vicinity, that they arepre pared to offer' for sale a large and complete1 assortment ot Groceries, Provisions, Fish, Salt, Grain, Flour, Hopes, in great variety, ftueensware, Faints, »(Mls Pund Glass, Hails, Cement &c., Ac Onr Large SPRING STOCK, purchased hi Philadelphia and New York, and now arriving, has been selected with much care, and will present great inducements to close buyers. ' ¦ •« ?¦ " We intend to keep FIRST-CLASS GOODS, and WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD, and hope by honorable dealing to merit and receive a share of patronage. mar24-dtf A ROBINSON k CO.

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