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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

OATS, FOB SAXB BY JAMES M. WHEELER. tB28-dtr . ¦ A LARGE assortment of _ALKUMS, ot all prices, whiTh will make S8:la>!e CHRISTMAS ' ilfcT" for your la dy friends, wil be limed at BERGNK.R'S CUEP BOOKSTORE , ji »If««i Str e_«x item Hwtiiig $ flirt Ilaving procured Steam Power Presses, we nre prepared to execute .JOB and BOOK PB._INTING (.( ov( ry dcscripiinu. cheaper that it can be done at sny • ¦¦ ¦ilur cs tablishmentin ibe country. RATKS OF ADVBRTISIKU. _%_g~Vour _liuoB _orlcia constitute one'balf _square hi. ht linea or more than four constitute a square. Hall Square, ono day i't -• " • ' • one _wecTt 1 00 I one mouth -j O) ': three month? ;; i?;i " _eis mouths ... 4 w t oncyear 5 00 Ojic-quare one day f_>s> " ouc week • .:<>< " one month ;¦ . _v " three months r> (m J « six months s i«> •• onpyoar 10 (0 jBS_^_Busiucss notices inserted in the />c<n/ _Cflidinn, cr before Marriages and Deaths, FIVE _CRNls I'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

Ihistittss (_Kavhs PROF. A])OLPfl P. TEUPSER WOULD respectfully inform bis old patrons and the public generally, that ho will continue to give instructions on the PIANO FORTE, MELODEON, VIOLIN and also in the science or THOROUGH BAS3. He will w'th pleasure wait upon- pupils at their homes at any hour desiredor lessons will bo given at bis residenceIn Third street, a few doors below lho _fJorman Reformed Church. der/15-dir

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

_%yf_,_PH STABLE _, '""¦> _*._«. Burr _iuVtl " _, ' D lUe bu|Wing8 lately occni',. '' _, VJ j _s l-remred ,0 " n 8lreo i °_»>lX *it0 th_» ^""eL 11_^l- _WdVKhlCLEB ft _tM, °1 I f im0date lhe PUD »*C _witn _'K _?" ' i_* ta largeandfiif. }lUu iC8 > on' ensonableterms . 5 Jti-rdttu_^ii •* dtlea . «nd will r.i-sommend _iteett *RANK 4. MURRAY

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

FOB, STATE SENATOB. X OFFER myself as an Iadependent Can-1 dldate for the office of SENATOR to the voters or Lebanon and Dauphin counties at the ensuing October election. JONATHAN ZERBE. Shae&entom_^ Augutt 11,1860.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

The Truth has but one set of phrases when depicting the character of a hypocrite and u demagogue. It is not necessary to -invoke any other in alluding to Henry D. Foster, privately, professionally and politically. The facts that we bring against the negative, fusion and antifusion candidate for Governor, are all sustained by the truth, and for this rea son the organ of Buchanan s corruptions winces and flounders and affects a sarcastic indifference which neither expresses its intended contempt or conceals its apparent confusion. We asserted that Henry D. Foster was the paid borer of a mammoth corporation, and the Patriot denied the truth of our assertion. To day we prove the fad from the record,— WE PROVE THAT WHILE HENRY D. FOSTER WAS IN THE EMPLOY OF THE STATE AS A REPRESENTATIVE OF THE PEOPLE OF WESTMORELAND COUNTY, HE WAS ACTING AS THE AGENT OF A CORPORATION IN PROCURING PRIVILEGES WHICH GRANTED THEM THE RIGHT TO ENTER ON THE LAND OF THE CITIZENS OF THIS COMMONWEALTH, TAKE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

FARMEBS, LOOK HERE! The Railroad Candidate. # On the 19th day of February, 1857, Mr. Fausold reported a bill empowering the Pennsylvania Railroad to enter on any private land and appropriate the same to their own use, without paying for it. [See House Journal, 1857, page 284.} On the 25th of February, Henry D. Foster, the present candidate for Governor, moved that the House proceed to oonsider this infamous bill. [See House Journal, page 327, of that year] Mr. Petriken called the orders of the day. Mr. Foster moved to postpone the orders of the day for the purpose of considering said bill. Mr. Hiestand oalled a division of the question, to end with postponing the orders of the day. The question, will the House agree to the first division, viz: to postpone the orders of the day ? it was determined in the negative. The bill came up in its order the next day, (see pages 345 and 346,) when Mr. Backhouse moved an amendment to the same, "that the law should not apply to the city of _P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

A Live Prince and a Prospective Potentate will arrive in the capital of Pennsylvania to-night, land slides, boilerbursts and run-offs to be takcu iuto consideration, and which might suddenly stop the progress of the heir apparent to the British throne, not only in this country, but in this life. Albert will of course be welcomed by the elite and aristocracy of this youthful city. The atmosphere around him will be perfumed by the flat tery and toadyism of the exclusive few, while the pure bone and sinew of the city, the royalty that represents labor, the industry that constitutes the noblest aristocracy, and the real sovereigns of this county, will be excluded because they are decidedly vulgar. Tho Prince did not come to see oornmon;people—rand yet he is expected to pass judgment on a mighty nation, whose strength and wealth and influence are derived from these same people. If ho did come to seek an inter_, course with the people of this nation, he will not find _tlat element a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

The Agents of the Associated Press begin to attract the attention of our cotemporaries, for the partial reperts they send over the telegraphio wires, of every political meeting in the counrty. They make it their especial business to exaggerate every Douglas, Breckinridge or Bell gathering, but when the people assemble in their might to declare a preference for a candidate or an adherence to a great hviug principle, the occasion is either passed by in silence , or the proceedings misrepresented and the numbers mis stated. These occurrences of injustice, illiberality and prejudice were denounced by the Telegraph two months ago. Since then -the frauds of these reporters have been repeated to an extent that attracts the attention of our cotemporaries in the commercial emporiums , and we now dare hope that *~ reform will be effected, the nuisance abated, and the swindlers exposed as well as punished. Our attention was again directed to this subject by the complaints of the Pitts bu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

;Ntu> 2Utoa*_tiscmcnt8. YORK COUN TY AGRICULTURAL FAIR A SCHOOL BOOK.—"ODix ijovkrv " »»BNT."—An explanatory statement oi * lem of the government of the country. By 1! u'fi ney. With proper historical notices. Tbe work r7_, the _conatruction or the Constitution of _tbo United « uu and those of the several Stale*as _detorciio«c bvjcV cal authority or derived from mandar-1 writers iccor! ing to references noted. It U designed ior toi 1J _Aealemios and Schools, and has been go ue: _^ considerable extent. It is recommended ior _tlij _Da ' _pow by JuristsPresident* and _Professoia oicoi _^l For rale, at $1 00, by M. M'KINNKY, at HaWSJJ P»' Mp-J) UMaWl7i to be held at York, Oct. 2nd , 3»«f, 4/A and _fcfc i8eo THE NORTHERN CENTRAL TUi_, WAY COMPANY will _issca Round Trip * L from this Station it reduced rate*. Good from o,•,_? to Oct., 6tb inclusive. _^ ' '« _narrUbarg,Oct. ltW0L Jff* * _"_^ _^ C_< OUND POLITICAL PRINCIPLEs. -Th_, |kj Constitutional Provisions, and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY HKKIEANCE - C0MPAN_7 S. E. Corner of Third and Walnut Street*. PHILADELPHIA. INCORPORATED 1835 _T\/r ARINB INSURANCES on _VesseU JJJL Cargo and Freight to all partB or the World. INLAND INSURANCES on Goods by Rivers, Canals Lakes and. Land Carriages to all parts of the Union. 1 I RE INSURANCES on Merchandize generally, and on StoresDwelling Houses, &c. _^ ASSETSi OF THE COMPANY, November 1st, 1858 VOV5,oVnK 70. . . . . November 101868. The Board of Directors have this day declared a dlvi dend of SIX PER OENT. In Cash, on (he Capital Stock aifil SIX PER CENT, on the Scrip ' of the Cv, _paT able on and after 1st tho proximo. _w ™P« my» P»y They have also declared a Serip Dividend ofTWENTYFIVE PER CENT, on the Original Stock, and on the Earnest Premiums for the year ending October 31 1868 Certificates for which will be issued to the par ties entitled to the same, on and after the first of December JW _PrtambU and Resolution adopted by the Board. Whs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

B U r TRE ££& T. NORTON'S _OIMTTMB2STT FOB SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA, _PERMANENTLY CURED! SALT RHEUM, SCROFULA, SCALD HEAD, FEVER SORES, RING-WORMS, BARBERS' ITCH, AND ALL I TCHING OR BURNING SORES, AND ERUPTIONS OP THE SKIN. This _Ointment bears no resemblance to ,uy tuner ex terual remedy at present before the world. The modoo its operation la _peculiar. It penetrates to the basis of the disease—goes to Its t< r\ source—and cures it from the flesh benoath to the skin on tho surface. oilier out war J applications for ScrofulaSalt Rheum, &•'., _operate diwmadrdthus driving the disorder inward*, ami often occasioning terrible internal maladies. NoRTD._v_'a Ointment, on the contrary, throws the poisen of the disease fptrard , and ever/ particle of it is «Kicharged thrt.it the parts, _fj; ¦- . 'I but _tlut iurt_» it effects is complete. Not only are the sores in-iUi'd—the eruptions removed—the swellings reduced—but tin? ttrdi or the discase_^re expelled from ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

Feelin g the Efpeots—New York and Philadelphia merchants , who secure a Southern trade by selling their principles with their goods, are beginning to feel the effects of a Southern failure of crops, in their inability to collect what is due them in the slave States. Lane , Boyce & Co., of New York, have gone by the board, and other firms are expected to follow * . After all, a straightforward, honest policy is the best in the end ; and we advise these parties and others inolined to the suicidal policy of bartering their principles, to pause, retrace their steps, and retrieve their fortunes by sup* porting Abraham Lincoln. The merchants of Philadelphia, those of them who were and still cling to this conspiracy to maintain slave over free labor, will discover a difference in their accounts before the arrival of an April shower to wash the dust and dirt from their door sills. They have challenged this competition and resentment, tuid-they are bound to suffer by and submit to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

John A. Wright , of _Massaciroscu _^ _ono of the seceders from the Charleston Convention, and the Superintendent of the Springfield U. S. Armory, is announced to speak in this city to-night.— The Welsh Committee seem determined to force the Douglas men either into obedience or disgrace. Under the plea that Mr. Wright is to advocate Foster's claims (of which of course he is perfectly ignorant), the Breckinridge leaders in Harrisburg have outwitted the followers of Douglas, and itremains to be seen how they will submit to the outrage. It remains for such brave and independent men as Gen. Miller, Col. Hineline and Richard J. Haldeman to decide whether this insult shall be put upon them without a show of some resistance , or at least without repudiating the object of Welsh, and rejecting the meddlesome interference of this travelling federal [officeholder. If they lose this chance to prove their independence, farewell to their dignity and Democracy forever.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

COUNTY TICKET. FOR CONGRESS : JOHN W. KILLINGER, Lebanon. FOR SENATOR : AMOS R. _BOUGHTER, Lebanon. FOR ASSEMBLY: JOHN WALLOWER, Jr., Harrisburg, WILLIAM CLARK, Millersburg. FOR SHERRIFF: JACOB D. HOFFMAN, Harrisburg. FOR RECORDER: JOHN R1NGLAN1>, Middletown. FOR AUDITOR: JOHN P. RUTHERFORD, Swatara. FOR COMMISSIONER: GEORGE GARVERICH, Susquehanna DIRECTOR OF THE POOR : JOHN RAYSOR, Susquehann.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

_8ew 3U)u<rti0emcnts. S. A. BRYAN, No. 6 Market _Square_, inform* the ladies that she b»8 just receive;! an assortment of FALL MILLINERY. Several ar-prei.t: ce8 wanted. o2-U* PRICE ONLY 10 CENTS. EVERY REPUBLICAN SHOULD HAVE IT! Barrett's Authentic Edition Of the Lives of ABRAHAM LINCOLN, (OF {ILLINOIS.) and HANNIBAL HAMLIN, (OF MAINE.) The REPUBLICAN CANDIDATES for the Presidency and Vice Presidency of the United Stales for 1860. Bound in one vol. 12mo. 216 Pages. PRICE 10 CENTS! ONL Y 1 0 CENTS A CO P Y.'l liberal dii counts frcm the above pi ice inado to tho Irado and canvastcrs, at BERGNER'S OHEAP BOOKSTORE . • pot2-w2Udif 61 Market Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

- viJLXM _^ GIN AS A REMEDIAL AGENT. IMS DELICIOUS TONIC _STIMCJUST, "_^SPECIALLY designedior tho use of the JLi Medical Profession aid the Fbmily, having sup" _uue H. " JV,?"_^"_?1 "Gi«>8, » "Aromatic" • -Cordu! '•Medicated," "Schnapps," etc., Is now endorsed by nl of the prominent physicians , chemists and connoisseur; as _Possessing ajj of lhoge intrinsic medicinal _quallt" Pin P*?d di , or«*te) which belong toanoiDaud ?_m (Established in 1778.) A> * ^^pr i_^ Co F0 In 8 «Tl0 n 7 W_' v W- * H- R_^_JSSehl_' RlchaVdi 5 _pwi_^ _£U of lho Prominent Wholesale DruggM_*1 " Philadelphia. _gep27-d*»_Sni

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

BEKGNER'SOHEAPBOOKSTORE 51 MARKET STREET, IS THE CHEAPEST PLACE IN THE Cii TO _QET SCHOOL B00K8AND SCHOOL STATIONERY Comprisiug all the various READING AND SPELLING BOOKS, ARITHMETICS ALGEBRAS, G HA Mil A RS, ETYMOLOGIES . DICTIONARIES, H18T0BJ&S. PBILO_3OPHIXS_, amd all the SCHOOL BOOKS used hi the various Public an J Private Schools of toe City, together with COPY AND COMPOSITION BOOKS, LETTER, CAP and NOTE PAPER, BLANK BOOKS, SLATES, LEAD AXDSLATE PENCILS, PENS AND HOLDERS, INK INKSTANDS. RULERS and tho most complete assortment of SCHOOL tTATIONKKV constantly on hand and for sale at THE LOWEST PKICt: of Atrt _flaob in the city at BERGNBR'S OHEAP BOORSTORK. 61 Market Siren. _*_yLiberal discounts made to teachors and dealers. -jAny article not on hand promptly furnished without ""Cfc-charee. SC p_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

fcAgECHANCEFOB INVESTMENT. [:i;lfe or _^imsK VALUABLE HOTEL PROPERTY In the City of _Harrisburg. _HPHAT well-known and valuable hotel M pr opertyiknown as the] "SUSQUEHANNA HOUSE," now In the occupancy of Wm. Mocherman, _situato on the east end of Market street, and immediately opposite the Pennsylvania Railroad Depotwill be offered at PRIVATE SALE until the 4th"of December next, and ir not sold before that time, will bo put up at public auction on that day. This is the most desirable property in the city of Bar risburg for hotel business. Its proximity to the Pennsylvania Railroad Depotand the Depot of all the railroads centering at Harrisburg,makes it more convenient and accessible to the traveling public than any other flotoljin tho city. Further information in regard to this property nnd as to the terms of sale, may be had by applying to WE. H. MILLER, ¦ _ Attorney-at-Law, _North cor. Market Square, (_Wyoth's Building,) Bccond story front. octl-dAw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

The Boston Courier is about to expose the mistakes of the framers of the Declaration of Independence. It starts off with the initial error , "alt meil are born free and equal." John C. Calhoun performed what the Courier proposes to do , some years ago; and nobody, thinks less of the Declaration to-day than before , that we know of. HoiAOWArs Ointment amd Pols.—Quinsy oi inflammation of tho throat is very prevalent during tho-Spring and Fall of the year. _Tnousands of persons have immediate recourse to these medicines on the first symptoms of attack, and thus not only save time but even dispense with the advice or attendance of a physician. Colds produced by the rapid and frequent changes of the _atmosphere during this season , are speedily cured bytliopiils. These remedies _foitir ythe body against the inclemencies of the whiter. Sold by aU druggists, at 26c, 62c, and $1, per box or ot- * sepi7

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 2 October 1860

_f ailg Celegrapg HARRISBURG, PA. ? Tuesday Afternoon, October 2 1800. FOR PRESIDENT: ABRAHAM LINCOLN OP ILLINOIS. FOE VICE PRESIDENT: HANNIBAL HAMLJ.N !fOF MAINE. FOR GOVERNOR : ANDBEW G. GURTIN

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