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

_OOAii 1 COAL I! npHE SUBSCRIBERS, wish to call atten-I Uon to their LARGE STOCK OF 0OAL, which they intend, to seUAt REDUCED PRICE3. Call and examine before you purchase. BBY & KUNKLB. sep_!9 dlw* . 1_ ' . _^Et_^EJMlOXr-A-I_*.. , ' *< - mHB _HARRISBURGr STONE WARE Jl WORKS, have been removed to Pennsylvania Cag _^_ge _Cr _Manuractory_. _^ ^^ H. L. GODBOLD_, PRACTICAL " T_^Ber and Repairer o£ Pianos, Meiodeon_?_, &c.,.&c., will receive orders in CTareat WM.<KN0GHB'3 Music.Store, 92 Market street. All orders leftat the above named _plaes, or at the Buehler House, will meet with prompt attention. Fkst._clns3 PIANOS lor sale. _seplS -dly TOR BALE. rj_\W& LARGE STEAM BOILERS, 41 JL feet in length by 4J_£ f«_etin diameter, with 24 inch _tSesHnanuraotured by the late Jame3 DenningdeeM. _Sese boilers are entirely new. made of the bast caar-C%_J Iron, (warrabtel,)'and wiU be sold on reasonable Serms Apply to J.T. BiBSItZ, _sepl7-dlm No. 10...

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

Thb Place to But Cbb&p Dby Goods.—Just received 50 pieces of new styles Calicos , warranted fast colors, 10 cents; 10 dozen of all linen White Toweling, 25 cents a piece; 10 pieces of White all Wool Flannel very cheap; a lot of Fancy and Plain _Satinetta; 20 pieces of White Cambric, Jacconetto and _Nansuks, and a good many other new and cheap goods. Newgoods received every week from auction. The place to buy the cheapest goods in town is at _Lkwt's, at the old stan of John Bhoadi, Esq., deceased. t : . <_sji - • ¦ _Pkjtobs F.RA1_OS made to ordecat theshortest notice and at the most reasonable prices, at W. Enoche'8 Music Store, 92 Market street, _f — • «»» - ' None*Tms.—Allthe late daily and weekly papers, Magazines, cheap publications and new books, are for sale at Bergner-s Cheap Book store. No. 51 .Market street.

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

FREEDOM BATTLE HYMN Freenaenmow's your d«rfor:croifcg-._t a Great the Issues in _yonrli«na _p ; Rislc them not by faint pursuing, Peal the watchword through the land, , On for freedom. " •' God, our country, and the right i *_v Not witk arms of deadly rattle -Nor with bribenor trick, the fight: All we ask is honest battle,. ' Arm'd enough with Troth and Light. On for freedom L. Might is Bightlet them asaever Who have learn'd the tyranls 1 creed ; Bight is Might, oar creed _forerer, ¦frnein purposefirm In deed. On for freedom t Whai th ' _oijgh slavery hold ife _aoarters, There to have its fitted reign: Not in all onr lands and waters, JTot an. inoh of new domain. On for freedom ' ! _?y. oar mountains heavenward reaching Keldand forest without bound, By &e free waves round orpreaohlng, Here God meant no bondage groond—Onfor freedom I By onr banner's constellation, By our eagle in th« skies, By_:<mrtttiier_« 'procJania_®in; By their spirit now that cries—On for fr...

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

COAIi! COAL!! ONLY _TMP mWWHr _TMT DELIVJEB COAL BT THE _PARENT WEIGH-CARTS ! K(W JS TBS TIME T_^QR ©very family to get in their supply X. of Coal for the winter—weighed at tbeir door by tbe Patent Weigh-Oarte. the accuracy of thue JOart* no one _ditpuiei, and they never get out of orderas is frequently the case with the- niattor/n scales. Besides tbe consumer has the _satisfaction of proving the weight of his coalat his, own house. I have a large supply of Coal on hand, consisting of S. M. OO.'g LYKBSS VALEET COAL, aU sizes. _LYKBNS _VALLHY " " _WDiBjaaARRE « « BftUMlNOTS BROAD XOP " All Coal of.Uie first qualitymined and delivered free from all impurities_^it the lowest ratesby the boat or car load, single. £atf or third of tons, and by the buBbaL. JAMES M. WHEKLtR. Harrisburg, Sept. 24, I860. _s©p25

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

P. K To Pesby Davis & Son :—Dear Sirs—I feel happy to add one more testimonial of the value of your Pain Eiiler to the thousands sent you from nearly all parts or the world. On the 8th of this month I fell front a second story doorway to the pavements, _strikjngj, on. my feet, and bruising them severely; also _Btraimng_^th© ligaments oi the ankles. When carried home my feet were black and swollen, and the pain so intense ar-tof cause fainting. I immediately applied your Pain Killer ,_^ and continued to do so at intervals of about ten minutes-The second day the appearance was a greenish yellow , with little or no pain, and to-day I can walk with ease to my store. Tours Respectfully _^ I. SUGG1TT, High Street Providence, May 12th, 1867. Sold by all druggists, grocera and medicine dealers throughout ihe United States and Otnadas_. The8tain on linen from the use of the Pain Eiiler is easily removed by washing in alcohol. 8l4-lm

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

JOT % €f%if|* SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO THK , DAILY TELEGRAPH Frof. Lowe Again Unfortunate. Phium»i£hia_, Sept. 29. The inflation of Prof. Lowe's balloon was commenced last night. At five o'clock this morning everything waa,prepared for an ascension, and the excursionists in the basket. When the rope was about to be cut, the balloon bunted near the ton.

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

Bpmal _ftff lwtB. WIGS!—WIGS I !—WIGS 111 BATCBfiLOk'SWIGBANDTOUPfiBSsurpasBaU. They are-elegant, lighteasy and durable. Fitting to a charm—no turning up behind—no shrink ng off the head; indeed, this is the only Bstablishment where these things are properly understood and made n Bond street, New York. _^ marlSi-dtwly HP Db. _Jas. _MoCmhtock's Pmtobal _Szbvp. Areyour lungs weak? Does a long breath give you pain? Have you a hacking cough? Do you expectorate hard, ough matter f Are you wasted with night sweats and want of sleep? If so, bx&i is toot* Mmxdy. It will un _nuegtionably save you. Price 9100. Sold by Osobgi Rnmn. ' mar7-diiw4m

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

Fall of a Bailroad Bridge. South Bbewick, Maine, Sept. 29. The Bail Boad bridge over the Salmon fells river on the Great Falls and Conway Bail Boad fell this morning, while the morning train wag passing over it The engine and four platform cars fell with the bridge. A _biakesman on the train pulled oat the pin coupling the freight cars with the passenger catsJustin timej»save the latter from going into the river. The engineer jumped upon the abntoient. No dne was hnrt by the accident.

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

_Mothies, Bbad Tms.—The following is an extract from a letter written by the pastor, of a Baptist church to the "Journal and Messenger" Cincinnati, Ohioand sneaks volumes In favor of that world-renowned medicine—Mrs. _Wlnslow'_s Soothing Syrup for Children Teething: "We see an advertisement in your column of lira. Window's Soothing Syrup Now we never Bald a _worfl in favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but we feel compelled to say to our readers, that this is no humbug—we have tried U. aud know it to be dtttt claim. It is, probablyone of the most successful medicines of the day, because it is one of the best. And.those of your readers who bare babies can't do better than to lay a _suddIv. au22

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

W. A.BATGHELOB'S HAUL DTE! mHIS SPLENDID HAIR BYE has no JL eguaV-instantaneons in efl_^ct-_^BeatrtHnl Black or Natural Brown—no _Btalning the skin or injuring the Hair—remedies the _tibsurd. and Ul effect of BadDyesand invigorates the Hair for life. None are genuine unless signed «W. A." Batchelor." Sold everywhere. (MAS. BATOHELOR, Proprietor., marl2-d_*wly 81 Barclay _street, New York.

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

A Stated Mbktino of the Citizen Fire Company Independent No. 1, will be held at their hall on . Monday evening, at seven o'clock. A full and prompt attendance of members is requested. _Gto. L. Walter, Secretary.

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

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

ffitmal DR. JOHNSON, :b_^:h.timo:_elej LOCK HOSPITAL. Haa discovered the most certain, speedy tod effectual remedy in tie world for DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE MUnr n tsts ro "twsxvs _ootrst. SfoMtrcwymNtm outDrvQt. $gr a Cca» _Wamuktbd, or ho _Cbakos, n« no* On n _^ Two Days -** ¦ -._«. Weakn«_ss or the Back or limbsStricturesPains in the WinsAffections of tbe Kidneys and Bladder, Organic Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of tbe PhysiealPew-«*,Dy8p_^pafa Languor, Low Spirits, _Conftsion of _Idew palpitation ofthe Heart, TimidityTremblingsDimness ©] I_^TeMb_^s_._rasSase of tie _Stomwh,iitoCto*ol *& <Head'ThroatNoseor Skmr-Jhose _terrfolrdtordaw ¦rising from tbe Indiscretion or Solitary Habits of Youth—those dreadful _anddestruotiTe pracUoes wbichjiroduee «m|titatioti&l debility, render marriage _fmponflble, and _deSroi both body and mind. ¦ __ ^•T * m Y0UN6 iqW. _Ttmng men especially who have become the Victims of solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructiv...

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

AUGUSTINE L. CMAVNE. CARPENTER ANO BUILDER Bttidtnct No. T, _A' orA_,Saf>ttdk SUteL N. TB—JOBBH5Q ATl)_BfiDED $Q. -.?iSMd ' ¦ - '"¦ - " -' ¦*¦ '-_" _^ " ¦ • ¦-"¦' BOOL _BOOK8 *AND SCHOOL ' _STAfTO2_*ERY. _» __ lr 11bc School Books and Stationery in J\ ate 1:. ihe pubUc and select schools ol our city will be Ibui i u i tale m CHEAPBST PRICES, at ' bi rVNX&'_ti CHEAP BOOKSTORE my_!8 61 Market street , A LL kinds of Iron Castings made to or-XjL der, of the very best stock; , and all _CaBtlngs pickled to reinpve the sand and scale. We have the best gad most extensive assortment of Pulley patterns tttasjde of Philadelphia. Apply at the _BaALE WORKS, Penna. R. Road, abeve State stieit. Barrtabunt. ADrtl _iO. 1859 —dtv _GEORGrE riSHER, _ATTOiEINEY Ai? LAW. OFFERS his professional services to ail persons having _bosmees to *b_» trantactod in Urt several _Oourts of Dauphin oounty, the 'Land Department of this Stateor belbrethe Board ot Property. Having been associated in...

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

mtitxtal HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PEEPABATION HELMBOLD'S BUCHU Tor the Bladder. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU lor the Kidneys. HF-LMBOLiys BUCHU (or lhe Gravel. HELHBOLD'S BUCHU lor the Dropsy. HKLMBOU)'3 BUCHU for Kervougness.J BBI.MBOLD'S BUCHU for Loss of Memory.! HKLMBOLD'S BUCHU for _Dimnes3 ol Tk on. _HEXMBOLira BUCHU for Difficult Breathing. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Weak Ner\es. HKIMBOLD'S BUCBUIotG_^_neYai rcbilfty HiXMBOLD'S BUCHU for Universal I _assitade. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Horror of Life use. HELMBOLD'S BUCffUfbr NfabtSweats. HELMBOLD'S BUGHU for _Wakelnlnesg. . HELMBOLD'S fiUCHU for Dry ness * of the Skin HELMBOED_* BUCHU for _ErnptJonsi HELMBOLD'S BUCHU lor Pain in the Back. BELMBOLD'd BUCHU for Heaviness of th? Eyelids, with Temporary. Suffusion aid Lo_38 of Sight. : HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Mobility and _BesUessness ,-with Wsnt' of Attention and Horror of Soofety. * HELMBOLD'S BUCBV for _ObstruoUons.: , - :, ¦ BBLMBOLD'8 BUCHU for _xxceeses arising from InrfJsrt-etion,and all diseases ...

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

LIFE PILLS AHD PHOEHIX BITTEES HTHESE MEDICINES have now been be-X fore the public I<r a period of THIRTY YEARSand dur _ingxhat time have maimaini d a high character in almost every part of the Glebe, for their extraordinary and-imntecihUe power of restoring perfect health to persons sufferiLg under nearly cve.ryk.lnd of disease to which' the human frame is _haUle: The following aretmong the distressing variety of human diseases in _wbivh the ' VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES Are well " known to be infallible. - , . DY$B4_£P .S1Aby thoroughly cleansing the first-and second _aiomaohs, and creating a flow of pure, healthy bile, instead'of tbe stale and acrid kind: FL.ATTJtiENCY, Loss of Appetite, Hera< .burn,_Bea.daohe, Rest which are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia , wiliyan_, ish _> as'a natural _copsequenee of Its card.' ' ' COs_>Tl"VJCJ»JBi8Sby cleansing the whole length of the intestines with a solvent l recessand without violence; all vuilci t purges l...

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

.. _JUDSQK.'S Mountain Herb Mils. rriHE inventor and mamil_^bttirer off'*'Jnd-X Boa's Mountain-Herb Piltoj" has spent the. greater part of his lift in travelling, haying' yfeited nearly every country_^ih. the world He spent* over six years'affion the Rocky Mountains and of Mexico, and it was thus that the "Motoruih Herb PiiuS" were dtecrverea. ' A very inieregUng**_QcoT|iBt _ofjhisadvontorea there, _yoirwill find in our Almanac and Pamphlet, •It is an-established fact, _thatall diseases arise from vKMBimMmi The blood is the life! and when any foreign or unhealthy _mattfercgete uixeh with_^it,«it is once dlstrbuted to every organ of the body. Everjr nerve feels Jhe poison, and all the vita) organs quickly complain. The stomach will not digest the food rperfecjtjy, Tho liver ceases to secrete a sufficiency of bileThe action of the heart is woakenect, and _sft tBe ' circoiafidn-ts feeble. The longs be come clogged with the poisonous matter; hence a cough —and all from a slight impu...

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

JHi&ellaneous THE TRIBUNE FOR _b THE BEST FAMILY NEVVSPAFi PROSPECTUS rpHB XXtb Volume of THt. \\ j JL TRIBDNB commenced on the 1st of S:, . to 'he Presidcntal Election, now but a f.-w * .. ' which is to result, wo trust, in a Repu ' ;;, through the choice of LINCOLN and Ham. _> give oar utmost energies, and all _jo_^ihlc .-r ' . . that result. Other topics must waitor be rnarrowest dimensions, until the eTentfV, ( \< bar. After that Urn*, but more especially . < of next January, we shall be able to t' orcv 'r . _cosslon almott entirely for months ii tot:. ¦• ¦•' devote nearly all onr columns to subjects i • - . but more abiding interest. Among thcc .• . , . pay especial attentioir to L M)OOATION—The whole _snbtect of r' Popular and QeneraLwill bedisci-ssod n - throftghout _fBeyearlWl, and we hope t . ¦¦¦'¦ ' _dtscnaion some ef the proftnodeat tbu._k. ¦blest instructors In our country. It is st and ow resolve that tbe cause of Education < ...

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

M_\s£_dlantou5 _IHYICORATIN& CORDIAL To. the Citizens of New Jersey and ;Pennsylvfliiiai - _,;,-: ApoUkeeariea. _Dtriuxlata. Grocers and . _Prlvalc_^unllies. Wolxiir_' _s Fare Cognac _Jfrsuitfy. - W6_UVS _^_Ptire nSderla_, _fSborry and Fort Woixe _' _a Fore Jamaica and'St. Crolx Rom; Wolfe's Pure Saotebaiia Irtish Whisky AH, m BQTT1.B8. I beg leaveto_^eSirthe attention _df _th_4 citizens of the by tTdolpBo'Woife, orWew York, whore name is familiar in every part of this couLty for the purity br his oelebwted _SornxDAX _Scastfia; Mr. Wolfe, in his letter to me _^ speaking ^>f the. purity, of his Wins and Liqcoss says : "I will stake my _icpntationas a man, my stand_, mg as a merchant of thirty years' residence in the City of New York, that all the Bvumx and Wnnswhlch_^ bottle are pure asimrorted. and of tbe best qualityand can be relied ution by_*every purchaser." Bvery bottle has the _proprittQi _' s name on the wax. and a fac simile of his signarare on the' ...

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

_Mietdlantans Dyspepsia Remedy DR. DARIUS HAM'S AROMATIC _UVIGORATDIIG SPIRIT. This Medicine has beenuted oyflte ptMiefor six yean , with irurtating favor. Jt it rtccmsnendtd to Cure Dytpepsia, JSa _voume$S, Heart Burn, Colic Paint, Wind in'he _Sertae_* or _Faituin the Born , Eiadache, Lrowinttt, Kidney Ccmplaint*Lou_£Spiittt Ddirium Irtmer_.t, Intemperance* MXTU_11S , EX _OAIUTS8, IKVGOBJOD,BIT WILL _BOlTwOIRUIB OB STUnV . , A S-A MEDICINE it is quick _tnd effectua.al, curing the most aggravating case o _Djspjpsia, Kidney Complamfsand all other derange ente or the Stomach and Bowelsin a speedy manner It will instantly revive the most mtlaacholy and drooping spirits, and restore the weak, nervocs and sick ly to health, strength and Vigor. Persons who, from the injudicious tee of Bouorsbave become dejectedand their nervous systems _snatUred, constitutions broken-down, and subject: to that horrible curse to humanity, the Dxu*n» Tiax.-fcs,-will, almost immediately, feel the hap...

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