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

MiBttiiantans: — SAFETY, EJSURAliCli _CQitPilf _>_, 8 E. _Oorti_^ of,\Thir(tand Walnut Street) FSILABELPmA. PSTCOBPO&ATEI) 1835 _t_)f AKINE INSURANCES on Vesseb fl Cargo andfreigbl to all parts of the World. '! t INLAND IN_^UfiANCBB on Goods by RiversCanaU Lakes and. Land Carriages to ftll parts of the Onion. • . t &E IKSURANCSS _onTdterchandiio generally, and _oo Stores, Dwelling Houses, Se. - " . - ASSETS OP THE COMPANY, November 1st, 185S1 $688 _^ 804 70. - ' November 10,1868. • The Board of Directors have this day _doriand a divi dend of SIX PJBR-OENT. In Cash, on tiu Capital Stock m-SB. PBB_^NT ,Qn the Scrip of U_«_0*Sft*«y, P»r ma on andatum at thovrothno. - . ¦ . . agicy have alsXJT'declared & Sefip Dividend _brTWENTY _UfE _FKK _GBMff -on- the Origiiml Stockand on the Irnest t'rcninnittbr the year .ending October _Slj 1858, _ItSficates _. for Irhich will be issued to the parties en-UC&toithe same, on and after (he first of Decemb...

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

" ¦¦ ¦ ' ¦- , - ¦ . ¦ _- !* ' GIN'AS A E_^_KipIAL AGEHT. ikfS _DEUCIpvS _tjpNlti STIMULANT , IC_^SPECIALLY dejsignedfor the use of the Jui Medical Profaslon n& the Family, having surferseded the so-called "Gins," • "Aromatic" "CordiS " "Medicated, " ••Schnapps, " etc., is now endorsed by all ot wo prominentjinysician_?, chemists «nd connoisseurs, as possessing all-b_?-those intrinsic medicinal qualities (tonic and diur _.etlc);which, belong toanoiDand.PCRK Gin, put up in quart bottles ani sold by all druggists, grocerseto. ' : ' : a. M. BININCrER & 00., ' (E8Ublished,fai'lW8.) _; Sola Proprietors.i " No. 1ft Broad Street, N._?. _)For sale by W. W. & H. Smith,—French, Richards & Co., and all of tbe prominent Wholesale Druggists in Philadelphia. : _' ; sep27-d*w,6m

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

The Wide Awakb Obganization.—Looofooo Misrepresentation.—This powerful Republican organization, which is "daily increasing; ia strength and influence to an extent unparalleled in the political annals of our country, is misrepresented, denounced, aud held up as a hideous scare-crow, by the Democratic presses, here and' else where, to move the excited' imaginations of those who are only too ready to seize upon any object that will increase _suspicio_^ or distrust. To read Eome ot the Demooiktic •'sensatioh'1 _, paperB, one would .; suppose that they realiy believed the Wide Awakes to b_^ an organized army of John 'Browns, thirsting for an opportunity to invade the peaceful homes of our Southern friends. No sensible man expects tojgttdtreason_.and rapine uader the red ,cl9aj£8 of the Union torch-bearere that figure so I_«rg^| at the Bell-Douglaggajheringa in our principal _dtieslwMoutK _^ aW_'_wesr_^WJjy is it, then, ! thWyns1bIe 7 _mMOT'othWpoint_^iahd in In_^ ordinary 1nf»rcourw ...

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

FRAN K A, _UTSMMAT_^ . .._^*._/WCc aaor to Wm '*<"** ,) ; LIVERY & _EXCHANGE STABLE JX Q- ADAMS & the _esublUh_^_t_^X-0 ^* _aaditlons to the Block, the undersigned _u SStZft" a_«commod_»U> _thepublic; with _^ _SdwhuSS Housl'Sriaidte or carriage purposes_^nd with every variety of vnmnvS or the Uttsat _JTmmt approved _ityte , onf _rSbte tOKUS. * _w«n«iiauio PLEASURE PARTIES will be accommodated with Omni_, buses at short notice. _«uun-CAKKIAGES AND OMNIBUSES FOR FUNERAL OCCA 610NS _wiU be furnished, accompanied by _careiulond obliging drivers. He Invites an inspection of his Stock, satisfied that It la tally equal to that ol any other establishment ef the kind la town. JJKANK A. MURRAY. _BRAJVCU STABLE is _Kssss_^ _waiMfSE. h.r- * • ' Bttrr _> to Fuurlb klreel _GPPesiw _Uw Be«ie_^ UK8E.V ' iM I'?!1 ?/!* _U»_-*ecta»_uwtdatsv._Uievv«hlloK.w» 8 du _SdaH??1 "1 - _*10 *_0 * *td "lU MwmmoBd \_taSt B-dU-rdau_^_u fRANK i. MUR|AFi -. ¦ :ii

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

THE TELEGRAPH IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, (_STNDAYH _EXCFJTEP,) BY GEOBGE _BEBGHER & CO-_——-_» — TFP.VS —a_>oi.K Subscriitiojc. ., ,. ,,.,,,, TKi_>TRjiriii-i srrvedto subscribers in tha Bu_^_gh _" _- «5^"l*'Wl *k - Y ° arly 8Ub8CriberB _w.»bool»rgeU»4M. grjfi _ WOTiTTiuoiuret Thniwmwra _isalto _liubllshcd twice a week during m _« _^Mhc _LcgUU _«re, aud weekly during the re-Latadcro? _t ycar_^ana fun_^_eU to subscribers at the f°n °_Sora su_^iUr gpc.ryear .£00 fir " « :::::::::::::::: ».oo THK LAW OF _NKWBPAPKR3. ,1 subscribers order the _diacontinuance ol Iholr newspapers, the publisher may continue to send them uHtli il! arrearages are paid. if subscribers neglect or relu«« to take their _newsp_*- crs from _* ne offlco t0 whlch th0y "re <1 ' rocted >, tbe7 **• leaponsible until they hay-settled th_» Wlte and ordered _>h..-m discontinued

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

§ team _Unnttttg fit* g Ilaying procured Steam Power Presses, we _sro prepared to execute JOB and BOOK PRINTING t f .-. ¦ _<:,y description, cheaper tbat it can be (tone at _jdv . 1.. 1 (s taM_'shmentin !becountry. » KATES OF _ADVERTISING. _>- 4_S_~_¥our liueg or less consulate one half square. Eight lices or more thanfoor constitute a square. Hall Square one day So 26 " one week 100 one month 2 00 " threo months 3 00 " six months. 4 00 t one year "i CO Onoqnare onoday -q «• ono,week " . i CO " one month ..!3 0u * " three months 500 :« six months .8 00 •¦ one year 1000 j|_9>Bu8b>e8S notices inserted in the Local column, or beft>re Marriages and Deaths, FIVE CENTS PER LINK for each insertion. 4&"ManlageB and Deaths to be charge I as _rogi ¦ ir Bilvm_^laanwtintQ _^

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

NOT THE FIRST ARRIVAL, BUT ABBIVED IN DUE TIME TO BE SOLD AT REDUCED PRICES, LYKEN 8 VALI£Y S10VE COAL, $2,60 per ton. ~ 1 n NUT •« $_*.Op " Also constantly on band, . . LYKSN'S VALLEY _BROKEN, •• . ¦ ¦ . _' . ¦ "¦ ¦ - " _^_JBBQ. u CUPOLA AND STEAMBOAT COAL, Wnj»SBARB£ BROKEN, No..i_»nd 4, •• " NUT, Blacksmith Coal,' Allegheny and Broad Top. Also, Hickory, Oak and Pine Wood. E. BYKRS. Bl-4 Ko. 102 Chestnut street.- , X0B _STATE SMATOBi : -T¦''_J2 7?- myBelf _«8 an _ludependeat CaBrtka5_^^_T_?eo _^ flc6<ir 's ' BNATOR tb tne voters of tfbi&on and Dauphin counties at the ensuing October tli &nmm,AWmn_^. aoNAIHAN Sbrbb _'

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

A SCHOOL BOOK.—' 'OUR _^GOVERN-;MBNT."—An explanatory _Etatement of the system of the government of the country. ByM. M'Klnney.; _Mth proper historical j,no_|ices. The work gives the construction of the Constitution Of the United _states, and those of the several States, as determhied'by Judicial _authfirity qc derived _frobu _standard writers_^_ancord ing to re f erences.noted. It is designed for Colleges Academiesand Schools, and has been bo used to 1 considerable extent. It _ie recommendea (or this purpose by JuriatejiPresidents and _Professois ofXSolleMs. For _eole_, at _*i:<W, by JteM'KQW&Y_, atHaxrttburg, Pa- • . ¦ _!:. :; _•:¦ ..' _'_^ }: , ;sep!»; QOIJ_^D _POLITICAL _FRINGLPOSi_^_tKe kj _ConstitutionalProvisionB , and Principles of Government, in referenaeta the political topics of the times ore stated and explained, from _suthoraUve and correct sources, in M'Einhey_'_s ««uUR GOVERNMBNT" ' or COW. _STTTDTIONAL _MANUAL. For sale; at $1 00 by ' M.M'- _KINNEY...

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

_JS} IE3 w FAMILY DRUG STORE. .-pHfi UNDEBSIGNED HAS OPENED I a Wholesale and Retail Drug and Prescription Store. lutne Iron Front Builning_, No. 128 Market street.lately occupied by Mr. Eby, wenre can ba found an enure new ktock of Fresh and Pure Crags, PoWumery. s._<. 'jOAl OIL, COAL OIL LAMPS, Burning Fluid , Aleitlol Patent MeulcluoH , SUtionery. Fancy Articles. &c., &6. We _Imve the agency for tho sole of Kline's Celebrated ArUticial Teeth , to which we would Invite the attention of DSutisU. By strict attention to business, and _desiro to please. _*e respectfully ask a share of Publto Patronage. vi r. G. W. MTT.iaa, cn\^r Vtim * Havana Sogars and Tobacco constantly aprG-div

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

NEW MOURNING GOCDS! _GATHGART: ¦ •& BROTHER; -j-Have ndw op«n a Jorge: assortment,of _MOURNING and SECOND MOURNING : DB£SS GOODS, :'l .,,-.,_; ...1 ...- - ffWAWZS , " . -v- *- - silks; T COLLARS, - j SLEEVES, HANDKERCHIEFS, ; ; VElLS r _Ond AU other goods desirable for Full and Winter wear. No. 14 Market Square _sI2 Next to the _Harrisburg Bank.

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

C_. 0, ZIMMERMAN, BANKINGr, _e ¦_STOGKi _±mixb AND COLLECTION OFFICE, No. 28 South Second Si, Harrisburg. B0M>S _AND STOCKS FOR SALE. 8or4,000 _jaarri8burgBonds. ,; ! 30 Shares of Harrisburg Bridge Company. 70 " ' ' " ' • Gas ' ' " 40 " : «' Bank. set>4

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

A _WosuERFtji Remedy. —Mr. B. D Woods, late Justice of the Peace , East Birmingham, f a., says: "I have been afliicted with a disease of tho stomach,,pajpilation of the heart and nervous headache, for nearly fifteen years, md have _Bp ' enti&mfefetindKds-o'f' _dolkrsto order to ef tejctia_^ar_^ _lbut to rio purpose. Alter haviog used three bottlts of jour Holland _Briers, I feel myself entirely restored. I can 6at and deep well,' and attend to my _bubiness with pleasure, and would tbereBre recomuiead it to *_ll rriosa'whotare simiiarly _efflicted.'

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

_^_CONSTITUTION OF THE _^NITJSD VZ_^ SJCATES-_^It was designed to be wad" and unHer? stood by the people.: A knowledge of our biviVinsfitu-Uons, Uie.flnly,gicmnd .oXtrujBpatrioUsBi, Is essential ito . their _preservation and _prjoper results. An explanation _J or the provisions of the Constitatloa, and of oar system of Goventmentas _founded on Jndiclalauthority and derived from standard authorsis givenin a form adapted itovcommqn use, ia the work entitled:'KKJK, GOVfc«_,NMfeWraM _^CokSTITdTIONAl. _ifiNDAt_." Djr U._< H'_- mnney. _;For sale-at *1 Op, by him,at Harri»bttrg,jaud «(k! tUe _beokitorergenwratty. " ' * _se_^df * '¦i2! _>_- - ¦ ¦L . iX-.i 5:f i ' . ' & ¦ ¦ _> C _^ _^ | -J£ Let Hun Answer. The organs of Dr. Heck are very anxious to _pyove that John Wallower is in faror of the _tonhsgo tax., Will Dr. Heck answer whether he is not committed t_< certaii i _parties in the employ of tho Pennsylvania Railroad to throw, no obstacle in the _...

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

Democratic Candor and Consistency The tickets issued by the. desperate men calling themselves 'organizations of Democrats, prove how utterly they axe lost to consistency and candor. In order to achieve a triumph, they made all sorts of bargains with all sorts of men, and now go before tho people asking their support for a piebald ticket composed of merry Andrews, political hacks, and dilapidated office hunters. In examining a ticket before us, we find that the candidate . for Congress is one of those renegade Whigs who deserted that glorious organization in its last struggle for principle. And yet the Democratic party take suoh men to their bosom, place them on their ticket, and force them on the support of the men attached to their organization. Jonathan Zerbo is another of these Old Line Whigs who allows himself to be fondled and caressed by a Democratic organization that has more than once expended its strength in abusing the immortal Clay and the other great leaders of the o...

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

_AtonnuTrvE TONrC, DIURETIC, _INYlCDRAflNa CORDIAL LV UIO UIU&OUB UX HOW UOlBOy _OUU _^Pennsylvania. Apothecaries, l>rugUts. Grocers and Private nmtilts. 'Wolfe's Pure Cognae Brandy. "Wolfe's Pure Bladerla, Sherry and Port Wine. Wolfe's Pure Jamaica and St. Crotx Rum Wolfe's Pate t>eotelh and _Irtste Whl»l, ALL IN BOlTL.lt8. I beg Imts to e»ll tbe atteoilon of the _citiwn ' .. j Uoiled BUUs to tbesboveWnmand Liquor*. n..;- r • -. by Ddolpto Wolts, of New York, whose n»me .- > - - ll»r in _erery part of tbls ooant'y Tor tke porty 1' ¦ ' ¦ celebrated _SaoiDiif _Bcbhat**. Mr. Wolfe, in b_)_s itr to me, _speaklug or tbe partly of bis _Wijtbs aud l.ig;o_>.= _wys : "I «l 1-fcUke my reputation as a mar, my *i 1 . UMtssajiMrebsbtoruiirty yeaw' re» denre tu tb« _c of New York, ibat ell tbe _Hkaxdt and Winks vtb_'c.'. 1 _tattle _V4 pure an _itn_( oncd, acd «f tbe beat qnality, iau 01B be retted upon by every purchaser." Bvery 1 -._»iti ( b«s jbe _prop...

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

frig Celegragl _^ FOK PRESIDENT: ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PBESIDENT : HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. FOR GOVERNOR: ANDBEW G. CURTIN. COUNTY ' TICKET FOR CONGRESS: JOHN W. KILLINGEB, Lebanon. FOR SENATOR: AMOS R. _BOUGdTER, Lebanon. FOR ASSEMBLY: JOHN _WAI _^ LOWER, Je., _Hwrisburg, WILLIA M _CLARK, • _Millersburg_. FOR SHEREIFF: JACOB D. BOFFMAN_, _Harrisburg. __ . _' „... FOB RECORDER: JOHN RlNGLAND_, Middletown. FOR AUDITOR: JOHN P. RUTHERFORD, Swatara. FOR COMMISSIONER: GEORGE GARVJSRIOH,Susquehanna DIBECTOB OF THE POOR: JOHN RAY8OR, Sasquehann.

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

Beware! Beware! FRAUDULENT NATURALIZATION PAPERS Wo have the most positive assurance from our friends in Philadelphia that in almost every election district throughout the State the Foster men have placed fraudulent naturalization papers in the hands of the most despicable in their party, to be used on Tuesday next. Our friends in Cambria, Montour, Luzerne, Sohuylkill and Adams should be on the alert, in order to delect this villainous scheme to thwart the will of the people. In every eleotion district •' ? watchers" should be stationed, with the following in their hands: The fraudulent naturalization papers have on the Seal— " Seal of the Prothono tar/$ Office._" The genuine papers read : "SEAL OF THE DISTRICT COURT OP THE OriT OF PHILADELPHIA." "SEAL OF THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS OF THE CITY OF _PHILADEPHIA." • SEAL OF THE UNITED STATES COURT OF THECHY OF PHILADELPHIA." 'Whenever you detect a man using a paper bearing the first named words, you will be safe in arresting h...

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

_LTELMBOLD_^ EXTRACT BCCIIl: XX For Diseases of tbe Bladder, _Kiduey, Or*. Orowy, _ac,, fcc. HiLMBOLD'S Extract Buchu for Secret and i> " Diseases. BELMBOLD'8 Extract of Buchufor _Nervous ...i _bOtUted sm erers. BKIiMBOLO'd Extract of Bacbq for Less of Ucr_>:: Low or Power, Dimness of VisionDifficulty of _Hreait _t>' Weak Nerves and Universal _LasKltode of the ma<c- _^ system. HELliBOLD'3 Hxtraet of Buchu for all _distress _Ss ments—Obstruction*IrregnlaritiesExcess m m^' " lire, or early _indtecretiuns. &c., and all d_« _asts _^ - sexual organs, whether e—xtibg in Male or Ftimi?, ~ ' whatever cause they may have originated, and _u>' - ¦" ter of bow long standing. _BBUtBOUTa KXTRAOT _BUCHU is rlea_^am ' ¦¦ taste and odorand _immedfatc in Its acuoD. Price i' P bbtUe, or six for $6. Delivered to _anr _address, »^J panied by reliable ce tlncstes. -old by aH _ituk£i au21-Sm Depot 104 South Tenth St _Pbila _leUt' COAL"! COAL!! COAL ! : npHE S...

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

FOSTEB ON THE TONNAGE TAX His Selfishness Exposed by those who seek to conceal bis Corruption I The State Sentinel of this morning tries to ward off the blow we gave Foster on the Tonntfge Tax, by producing his record of 1856; on that question, and his speech in favor of its repeal by saying it was only on coal that he was in favor ol repealing it. *So far he carried it too.— Now mark the reason : Henry D. Foster and his relations were the owners of these coal rainee—"the Foster Coal Company." For his own benefit and that of his relations, he carried _tbo repeal of the tax upon ooal, but left the Farmers and Manufaoturers to pay the tax upon wheat, flour, iron, and all other Pennsylvania products. Nice man this same-Benry D. Foster Repeals it for his own advantage, but leaves his honest farming constituency to bear the burden and pay the lax for his own benefit. Now Messieurs, let us hear how you will lie this paragon of honesty out of this dilemma.

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

. It is a Fact* That Henry D. Foster voted in favor of the repeal of the Tonnage Tax. That Henry D. If osier was cognisant of the defeat of the Tariff act, by a Dem oeratio majority in the Senate of the United _Butoa. That Henry D. Foster was opposed to the passage of the Homestead Bill, be oause it promised to secure the Territory to free men and free institutions. That Henry D. Foster refused to rend ir the common aid of Christian charity to a starving nation, whose sons had died in adding to the glory and wraith of this _Uuion. These are facts for tke digestion of the people, facts for the voter to understand hefore he deposits his ballot en the second _Tutaday of October next. THE COMING TBITJMPH. A Glorious Bra of Prosperity About to dawn on the Progress of Pennsylvania. As the Gubernatorial election approaches, men seem to acquiesce quietly in the conviction that the triumph of the Republican party will be one of the most brilliant political events ever achieved in t...

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