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

PENNSYLVANIA DYEING ESTABtlSIWIKNT. OFFICE, NO. 104 MARKET _STI:Ki i H AKRISBURG. D O D GrE & C O . "pESPECTFDLLY iuform the La.li_. h ;.:. Ili Qentlemon _ofHarrteborg, and the pulia- • ¦ • ¦ ¦ .. tuat they have all tne machinery neoe.-_^ury i..r i \: i C1<I?_ANSING and FINISHING, in a mo_^t _?._< |> . ¦¦- . and warranted to give patisfnetion, rv«»ry A,¦¦•¦: ,: Ladles'and Gciitlemcu'sapp.iri_'l_, l_<a<ln_'.sl.ir- ,< ¦ «hawls, Handkerchief*. Scarfs, Iionneti. K:!.i ; . Gentlemen's coats, PANTAIXHNS ami v_^, V PING REQUIRED. _CARftTa C1.KANKD, w.i!, .. to the fabric , romoviug all oil widsuiu_^, iu«i i;.i. . colors. Meriuo. Cashmere and other S?l awl- ¦ I, ,, , •. pressed. CRAPE 8IIAWLS blcachc! and ti..,.-!..-: style that cannot be _surpawod. Conm.rp.ii,.,,... Blankets and Ticks , cleaned in _bestm.iiinr, :n,.i _.i •: no:_ioe. WOOLBN and COTTON Go<HtS.iv ,i : quantities, at.low prices, and warranted ta t . r Leghorn, Straw ...

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

NEW FIRM, NEW GOODS _vnsyr prices j _rTHE SUBSCRIBERS having hirc , _' _Mfc 16 0" _WBOUBAIJt AKD _RETAILSnoch ::\ '. ' ' _SBtf «». W _SJSSSTi_^ " _" _citiaens, of Harrisburg and vicinity, tb»t tl.fv •¦ pared to offer for sale a large and _comjikw i.- :-lvi Groceries, Provisions. Pwh, salt, "ra in, Hour, _Bopw * in great _variety wieensware, Faints, Oils, Fnnd, : Glass, Nails , „_ Cement, &c_, «c. Our Large SPRING STOCK , purchased in rinii_^ _:' And New York, and now arriving, has hecu f-l'" "_^ With much care, and will x>reecnt great imluivw_"1" r" olose buyers. We intend to keep FIRST-CLASS _GWDS, an J _w!l ' NOT BE UNDERSOLD , and hope by honorable di-ai...-1! merit and receive a share of patronage marg-Mtf A_ KOBINSON * "' _H A. «EW LOT OF LADIES' SHOPPING & TRAVELING V\^ jGomprlsinga number of new styles GENTS' anl i-\ DIBS' Money Purses and Wallets A uue _assorting' just received and for sale at BERGNKR'3 CHEAP BOOKS loRK. 61 Market Sinn .

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

HILADELPHIA AND KMD1JSG MIL ROAD. - SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. OiV AND AFTER MAY 28_O, I860. I WO PASSKNGKR TRAINS LEAVE HARRISBURG DAILY, (Sundays excepted _.) at 8.00 A. M., and 1.15 P. M., lor Philadelphia, arriving there at 1 25 P. M., and RKTUftNlNG, LEAVtt PHILADELPHIA at 8.00'A. M. and a.ao P. M., arriving at Havriabvrg at 12.45 noon and 8.30 P. M. FARES:—To Philadelphia , No. 1 Cars, f3.26: No. 2 fin *un_« train,) $2.70. ' _l KARES:—To Reading, f1.60 and $1.30. A t Koadlug, connect with trains for Pottsville, Miners-, Ville, _Tamaqua, Catawlssa, &c. FOUR TRAINS LKAVM READING FOR PHILADELPHIA DAILY, at 6 A. M., 10.45 a M., 12.30 noon and 3*43 P» If* LKAYtt PHILADELPHIA FOR READING at 800 A. M.. 1.00 PM., 8.80 P. M., and 6.00 P. M. ' FARfiS :—Reading to Philadelphia, $1.76 and $1.45. _iHK MORNING TRAIN FROM HARRISBUHG CONNECTS AT READING with up train for _Wilkesbarre, fittetouandSoranton. For through Uckets and other Information apply to , J.J._CLYUK, _WMritt General Agent...

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

1860. 1860. iNortheru Central Railway NOTICE. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. ! »_N AND AFTER SUNDAY, MAY V/ iS7tb, J8G0, the Passenger _Tr&ins on the Northern L._cutrul ii'ihvay will leave Harrisburg as _follows;—GO_1J\« SOUTH, KXVttKSSTRAIN will leave at.. 1_.4O A. 91. AU.UMMOUATION TRAIN willleavo at..7.3O A. M. _MAH._TKAIN will leave at 1.00 P.M. going"Torth. MAIL TRAIN will leave at l!4O P. SI. XPKESS TRAIN will leave at 0.34 P. M Uv only Trains leaving Harrisburg on Sunday win be « RXI'HiiSS TKA1N at 1.40 A. M., going South, and the VK*8*s TRAIN at 9.32 P. M.. going north. I or further information apply at the Office, in Penn'_a Ulrood Depot. JOHN W. HALL. Agent. Uurntiburir. Mav 26. I860.—ma26-dtf

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

PHILADELPHIA AND BEADING RAILROAU. RFDUCTION OF PASSENGER FARES. On and after MONDAY, APRIL, 3d, 1S_60. COMMUTATION TICKETS W ITH 26 Couponswill be issued between any points desired, good for the holder or any member of his family, in any Passenger trainand at any time—at 26 per cent, below tbe regular fawb. Parties haying occasion to use the Road frequently on business or pleasurewill find the above arrangement convenient and economical; as Four Passenger trains ru _5 'ftHf _%!* w _*y between Reading and Philadelphia , «d . Two Trains dally between Reading, Pottsville and narnsDurg. on Sundays , only one morning tram down. _wmSuillM_^H train »p 'ruM between _Potteville and For the above Tlekets, or any information relating

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

STRAWBERRIES! rpHB PRESENT WEATHER is l<i - ' X favorable for planting Strawberries, ai.: i ¦ ' ¦ soon a fair crop of fruit, sufficient to .-..v.r u. - _. --pIants and planting, may be _exiwcicvl i..-vt '• - Upwards of 100 _VARIETIES, NaUvo and Foreign , have been Uste.1 by the st._i i and, after having rejected many, hols ai_>lo to i.iru.-irie _' es_"1"0 reaU7 dCSlraWe _« Jnanv miantity _;u,_l it _> ADVICE GIVEN, as to choice of varieties , preparation <-i so_.i an ! ': culture. If desired , be will, for a rea«oi">l'i''" — Uon, PLANT BEDS, warranting good crops of the b«Bt fruit. * or tne _accommodation or t j,e pui>;i.-: I.i _^ i plants ft* eale in tbe LOWER MARKET 110_USK, en Tuesday and Pilday evenings aud _\VeJi..-f_.!» J Saturday mornings . h A M!-;l KETSXOMKNciiSXRY , ) Harriabnrg, AngnstgO._isen_. /

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

STORAGE, :_fo:r/W_"-A_^e? ,:dt _iv c AND COMMISSION BUSINESS rTUIE subscribers havo _loarfod i!i JL _sivo Warehouses and Railroa<l tr:u k : pied by thePhiladelphiaand Rea.hu>; law.., \ as a freighting department. No. •!48 _N«>n. ¦ , : and will transact a _GENE1UI. _STOKAti K, H > . t . •ND COMMISSION BUi<lNK_>_i_*, in cm.ii.. _i , Foreign and _Domestic Shi|i_|._|ng ami l_'ro,!i,, .. : ¦ nut street. Tlioy are prepared tc receive, ship nri; _i > _t land or by water, all morchanuiso and ;«.¦ ¦ may bo oflbred. storage capacity 'J5,0uc i.>r every convenience for receiving and tlis.- !i irn; Warehouse receipts will be givt n l_»r n.l|_v Storage, with bilU of Unding fur shipment. Consignments of merchandize and 1'r.j_.l _. dreaa will receive prompt at'emiou. FOWLKUARKI. _x . a. 128 Walnut and 248 _Norih Cru. _Ehtiqdelphia, April _Zi, 1800.—(imd.

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

PONIPSEXTIUGTOF HAMAMBLIS OR PAIN DESTROYER, TS one of the few domestic remedies Iwhich have come in'o general use _tuul _fuvor. without puffing. It is tbe product of a simple shrub, harmless in all cases, and as a domestic remedy unequalled. Fur BURNS , CUTS, BRUISES, _SORKNBSS, LAJIENBSS, SPRAINS. RHEUMATISM, BOILS, Uf_^KKSCU._I) 80_RK and WOUNDS, it baa not an equal. It to also usedwith great success, for _TOOTHACUK, HEADACHK, NRl/lUI.-GIA, SORB THROAT, COUCDIARRUOKA, IIOAMSENJSSS, and other _similar troublesome and painful affections, while it promptly arrests all HE11MOKHHAGES. — Hundreds of physicians use it daily in their pracUco, and fcivo.it their unqualified recommendation. Sold by onr agents and dealers, and by V. HUMPHREYS & CO.662 Broadway, Sole Proprietors and Manufacturers. Sold by C. K. Keller , Wholesalo and Retail agent for Harrisburg and vicinity, and Druggists and stores geno rally- apl7-dawly

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

H A M S! I HA MS!!! NEWBOLD'S CELEBRATED EXTRA SUGAR CURED (covered._T# 1XTRA SUGAR CUP»BD (uncovered.) PLAIN HAMS « . ' EXTRA SUGAR CURED SH0ULDEB8. LXTRA SUGAR CURED DRIKD BEEF. _EXTHA '. ' " " «• (_coyered)ii Just received a large invoice * of the abbveT which we offer at unusually low prices. ' _^P_^ ¦¦-¦ WM. DOCKJB_. & pp. /\F ALL_^IMAGINABLE SIZES'PRICES* \J STYLE AND QUALmESxmljand and ' _manufaciur ei to ord er at the cheapest rates, at BRRGNRR>S CHEAP BOOKSTORE fHisccllaucan _m

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

WALTER G. WHITEM/^ DBALRR IN FINE GROCERIES, N. W. CORNER 17th AM) aiu il s PHILADELPHIA IMFORIEU OF CROSS & BLACKWELLS ENGLISH _PICKETS AND s.\l I: Particular attention puM U>>, \, PINE TEAS AND COFFE} FOR _FANII.IIS _SUGARS always at Hellncrs' |.n,,.. i LIQUORS and _SKGARf. of Hi • !.,-i ir;, h*nri

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

LIBERTY STOVE WOKKHOLLOW-WA _^ EE FOUNDRY PHILADELPHIA. ABBOTT & NOBLE, a ANUFACTURKRS of Iho most _approval sty!. - i of every description. Samplo aud _Saio l!.>,,m - MO_^m Water Street, New York. 4_BT410 Brown 8treel, Philadelphia. _X.B^—Send for Catalogue. ;.

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

ANOTHER NEW LOT .SYF-NBWTON'S. (formerly Bagley '_s) JkJ CBUBBRATEBeOLD PENSwarranted to bStbi *-flfiea*}n quality and _Anlfb, of any manufactured. Also a ttn« assortment of GOLD AND SILVER QA££_a'. J ust received and Air sale at BKRQNitR'S CHSAF BOOKSTORE, 51 Marke t SL

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 October 1860

ItUoical. DR. JOHNSON, _BALTIMOHB LOCK HOSPITAL Has discovered the most certain, speedy and _otTcotual remedy In tbu world for • DISEASES OF 1MPKUDENC_*. ¦Bin? in six ro twbl»« bou»b Jfo Mercury or _Ifoxunu Drug*. _«- A Cum _Wmuirran, or no Chajkm, im r ionOnn Two Days rW _WeaknosB of tho Back or Limbs_£_triotore_», _Palni in toe Loins, Affections of the Kidneys arid" Bladder, Organic W«_akness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the PbysUal Pow p^»S_^heHwi_^Sll»*r.efct>llngBWmwwpi light or Giddiness, Disease or the Stanch. Affection efi the HeadThroat, N0_«e or ffldn—UM*e _ttrrtolejttwrtenj arising from the _indtooretiqn or Solitary Habits ofYoaJh—those dreadful _onddMtructhre practices which produce constitutional _debjllty, render marriage impossible, Hdi destroy both bddy and mind. _, 1 YOUNG MEN. J Young men especially who have become the victims _oq solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit _whiohi annuafiy sweeps to an untimely grave thousands of _ypvag men of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 October 1860

_virtual. HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PEEPAEATION HELMBOLD_^_T _BPCHU for tiie Bladder. BBUUBOLCS BDCHU tor the Kidneys. UELMBOLD'S BUCHU for the Gravel. HBLMBOLD'S BOCHU.foc the Dropsy. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU M Nervousness._^ HBLMBOLD'8 BUUHU for Loss of Memory. ' HBLMBOLD_»d BUCHU for Dimness ot Tlsion HELMBOLD'S BUCHU tor Difficult _Brfathing. HHXMBOLD'd BUCHU TOe Weak _Nerves._j , HBLMBOLD'3 BUCHU for General Debility HKLMBOLD'S BUCHU for Universal Lassitude/ HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Horror of I _igeise. HELMBOLrrS BUCHTJ for Night Sweats. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for _Wakelulness. ' H%U_0OLD_>S BUCHU for _Dryneas of the Skin. UBLMBOLD-d BI_^PLU for Heaviness or the Eyelids, with _l_^_ora^^Ma ioii aidLo&orBigBt. _- ' _HHLMBULffa_, WmV , for Mobility and. Restlessness, wtthTvW_^St_^^ ' HKLImu_^i -SUCBU Ibr £3_tcesses _Wbiog from India .-, fAXMiSLP MORBPILlA ¦ .¦_jl _WtW_^ TBXinAkx OF NOT AVAIL. i.f t, _ ,' IBMYAJtB OFJVS AVAIL. Use _HBLTHBC LD'S _BXTR _AOfBUCHU for all complaints _inoi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 October 1860

A Lie Israiled to the Forehead of the Liars. As the day of the election approachefs, the desperation of our opponents increases. They aro now forced to the most contemptible modes of warfare , in which personal traduction and falsehood appear to be the favorite weapons! In these assaults they select the men who are, really among the strongest on the ticket, hoping if they succeed in damaging their influ. encc and popularity, they will effectually decrease the prospects ofall our candidates. Among those most bitterly assailed is the Republican candidate ' for the Legislature in Dau phin county, but he meets his secret enemies and open foes with a frankness not anticipated by either. The following letter will prove its own explanation, and We _recommend it to the perusal of every cUnidid and fair man in this county: ; ; ' Haiibisbdbq, Skpx. 24,186O.j _Gkntlkmbn:—Your letter of 22d _inst., making certain' inquiries regarding my position on the tonnage tax.question, was duly recei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 October 1860

jupsoips. Mountain Herb Fills, fTlHE _inventor and manufacturer of 'r _?Jud---I son's1 Mountain Herb Pills," bos _speut _tne greater port of his Ufo in travelling, having vuitcd. nearly evory country lit the world He spent over six years' amon the Rocky Mountain? and of Mexicoand it was thus that the "_MonxTiOT Heed Pms" were discovered. A very interesting account of, his adventures there, you wiUflnd In our Almanac and Pamphlet. It is an established fact, that all diseases arise from IMPURE BLOOD I -The blood Is the life I and when any foreign or unhealthy matter gets mixed with it, it is once _distrbuted to every organ of the body. Kvery hervo Ifeete the poison, and, all the vital organs quickly complain. The stomach wlllnot digest the food perfectly. "The liver ceases to _secrete a sufficiency of bile. The action of the heart is weakened, and so the circulation is feeble. This lungs ba come clogged with tbe poisonous matter; hence- a cough —and all from a slight impurity of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 October 1860

LIFE PILL8 AMD PHOENESBITTEKS npHESE MEDTCINESliave now been be-X fore the public ftr a period _oT THIRTY YEARSand during that time havo n»intalnid a high character in almost every, part of the1 Globe, for thoir extraordinary and immediate power of restoring perfect health to persons suffering under nearly every kind of disease to which the human frame is liable: ' ¦ The _foliowmg jire»moDg the distressing variety of human diseases in which the , : VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES Are well known to be infallible. . u : DYSPEPSIAby thoroughly cleansing the first and second stomachs, and creating a flow of pure, healthy bileinstead of the stale and acrid kind; v€atV bBNCVLoss of AppeUte, Heratburn, Headache, Bestlessjaess, Ill-Temper, Anxiety, Languor and Melancholy, which are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will van lab, as a natural oohsequence-of Its core. ' - COSTIVSNBSBby cleansing the whole length of the intestines with a solvent processand without violence; all violent purges Jeav...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 October 1860

Dyspepsia Remedy DK DARIUS HAM'S AROMATIC INVIGfOEATING 8PI£IT. Thir Medicine ha? beenused by ike public for six years , ¦ ¦with increasing \ favor. -It u recommended • to Cure. Dt/_tpeptia,_Nervoutnets Heart-Burn, Colic Paint, ,. Wind in the Stomachor Painsinthe Borne*, - • Headache, _Drotorineu , Kidney dm-¦ >¦•>. . ..plainU, lam. Spirit* DUriuM < ' Zyement, Intemperance. . IHVXA1_I3 , _SXBUAKAXia, 1KTOMJBK, Bta WILL NOT ISIOXICAH OR SlUi_*.-P . ISA MEDICINE it is quick nd effectuf\ al, curing the most aggravating case o Dyspepsia, Kidney Complaints, and all other. . Herongo entiOf the _| 4_B»_aMB_^^i|^^BfMMaaMf_.jto|_af_^_BH_^MlSMSISBMaMftttoiifcir-_^ _Ai t_*^ - _~_i It _wilfTllBWHOy revive l|ne _MjiiliWftncofflyTW drooping spirits, and restore the weak »*ervous aud sick! ly to MKttbsujngth _autf_^_rigor. 71k . Persons who, from Vhe_^_udicious us* of liquorshave become dejectedand their nervous systems shattered constitutions broken down, and _wbJcSlWth...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 October 1860

- _|r BGBRHAVE'S HOLLAND B _ITTERS "*¦ THK CELBBBATED HOLLAND KEMBDY Fp_» DISEME OF THE EEDM1YS, lii V-JB? R CO M PI* AI NT, _WEMKimSS OF ANY KIM), _*JB_|9_^R AND AGUE, STOMACH ORLITER_, _Sach as Indigestion, Acidity of the Stomach, CoUcky PainsHeartburns, Loss of Appetite, Despondency, CosttvenrrsBlind 'at'd Bleeding piles. In all Nervois, _Bheuo>aiic..and _heural_^ic _^fldclionsit h»B in numerous Instances' _proved highly beneflcial/_und In others etiected adec|Oed r cnre. _. .., :¦ _, :.- t , 1 This " is ' a 'purely _vegetabio compound, prepared'on _sWctly scieuUflc principles , after, . the manner of the celebrated Holland P-rofessorBoeihave. Its reputation at home produced its introduction here, the demand commencins with those of the Fatherland _scattered over _tha face of this mighty country, many of whom brought w(th thorn and handed down the tradition of its value.—Ai ft now offered U> the American publicknotting that Us truly wonderful . niedicinal vi...

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