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

&tw _^_luDcrttscmcnts. RARE CHAHCK P0R _UIVESTUest VALUABLE HOTEL PEOPERTI In the City of Harrisburg THAT well-known and valua!,! pr operty _icnomi as the; '•SUSQUEHANNA HOUSK/ now in theoccopaucy of Wra. Mocborm>:,, -,. ,-east ond of Market street, and l.<;mo :ui,,, ; r ...;.; Pennsylvania Bail road Depot, _wiilbectiore 1 :: ':; [-, ' _SALK until the 4th or December dmi. .-,l.: i¦ _r. • j ' " tore that lime, will be pot op at [ubb ..• C' day. This U the most desirable property ¦ - • i:,.. : ; _risburg for hotel business. Iupruim n 1, ¦ „ _sylvania Railroad Depot, and the I_^i-m .r _» ¦ . , roads centermg atHarn»borg.ra«kps i; m..r.• <.-_„-. ind accessible to the traveltig _yui'b t ,; ¦ . _, Hotel In tbd diy. Further Information In regard _titb_>v*' to Urn terms of sale, may be hid by .:w)ivn_. • WU II. M. - :: v ., •«¦ , * A Altornoy-. ' ¦¦_Rk North cor. Market Square, (Wyeth'u Bi::!.::.. _mott front. .. • ,_4

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

PRICE ONLY 10 CENTS BTKET REPUBLICAN SHOULD H\U n Barrett's Authentic) Editioi. Of _tbo Lives of ABRAHAM LINCOLN (OF ILLINOIS,) and HANNIBAL HAMLJ.\ (OP MAINE) TbftSBPVBUOAN CANDIDATES fi>r th« Pre . < t v _, Vfc* Pr««_1d_«ncy of tbe Doited States _r_<r W0 in :,: oa_« toL tfmo. *M P**««. PRICE 10 CENTS! ONLY 10 CENTS A C 0 P Y liberaldtrbouotafromtboabovo price nu: :¦; Irado tad _cuarusera, at BSBGHXR'5 _OQKAP BOOK": ;;:, _MtS.W'ftlrttf Kl Vl»r..lv r.

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

OF FINE ENGrRAVINGrS. "DEING COPIES from the best engravings JL_^ of HistoricalClassical, Scriptural and a' great varioiy of mbc'llaneou8 subjects. - ' They are exact in mlnliture, with all the beauty and merits of the larger and more _ezpensiveengravtngs, and t a much leas cest_, and being neatly and Bubstantially framednothing more beautiful and handsomer could be conceived lor ornaments as pic urea. Ihe quality and tone of these copies have recently _beea greatly improved, and aro now placed before the public with a confidence ihat their merit and beauty will insure a hearty reception for them. For tale at BEKGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE, octn 61 Market Street, Harxt'burg. a_»0all and seo them—no charge for exhibiting goods

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

or ism ' _> BOOT & SHOE STOBE Ib _M>. 102 MARKET STREET. _^_fWrs ;_-_^n!^T : "OESPECTFULLY informs h_« _feendaand #_=?{.*!» _BSS_^_AfW_^_M^* -"_^ **1 *_"^* _W* BoOC and SHOE 81 ORE b No. 302 Maricei sweet, right opposite the old location, where he will be happy to wait upon thoie _wto wish to patronise him. His STOCK OF BOOTS AND 3H0_Jhas been oonslc * a«> ably enlarged, all of which have been made by the t_*jt workmen in the country, and they will be sold at re dOMdprlccB. Give Urn a call. ootfclirA

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

_Hfitm _^_botriiatmttitB. No. 126 Market Street, NEAR IHE DEPOT, HAREI3BUBG, PA. TTNCURRENT MONEY purchased at \J reasonable rates and Mai ey loaned on Watches, ¦K welry and other _valoabl_»securities. octo-St ¦OOR RE NT.—TWO DESIRABLE X; BWELHMOHOtJSBSltf complete order. Possession gi _ven immediately. Scqalraat THIS OFFICE. oci6d8t _u

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

Charles Leib, Esq., editor of the Chicago Rail Splitter has been sojourning in Harrisburg for a few days. He speaks in the most glowing terms of the prospects of Lincoln in Illinois, and is sanguine of the carrying of that State by the Republicans. Mr. Leib is a shrewd observer of politics and men whose, opinion is worth relying on.

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

AH OFFER WORTH _ATTENDING TO. rpHE SUBSCRIBER offers for sale his ex' I tensive COACH MAKING _establishment on Third Hreet opposite tbe 'Pttriot a»d- Union'* _printing office, «here he has carried on the business tor the last twentysix years. The situation Isthe most desirdbletbatcould be selected hi our city; and the _reparation of the shop, at a distance, as well asat home, will commend it to the not ce of tbosa who desire to engage in the business. His large, stock ot Carriages, Buggies, 81etgbs, fcc., which, in point * ef style asd'wprknianship, will compare favorably with thU of the best shops, in this or any other city, he will sell at less than their original cost octl-2td*lmw B. J. FLEMING.

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

Sknator Hale, in a speech lately made, expressed surprise that the news from Maine should excite any; attention. "The contest there, '* : be.: said, " _wsj one to see whether the Douglas men or th« Bell men should get the Mattering. '' What Must be Watched at the Polls. .On Tuesday next it will be necessary for our friends ta be watchful and vig ilant at the polls, to prevent the frauds which our opponents have concocted, from being carried successfully into effect. It is well known that in their failure to come to any perfect understanding in regard to a union of their factions, both divisions of the Democratic party have , resolved to resort to every means to defeat the Republican organization. v V - * * »_ BKWABB OF SPURIOUS TICKETS. The old gju-f_* of circulating _spurious tickets will be resorted too to deceive the careless voter, and, if possible, utterly destroy his intention of voting1 the Republican ticket. To avoid' this fraud, and carry out tbe full power of the f...

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

Mas. _BurdkUtQunningham wasmar* ried but a few weeks since in California, and her new husband, it is said, has already left her a widow. The Iioco-Focos give up the Contest CURTIN'S ELECTION SURE The Patriot and Union has at last ventured to make a calculation, by which it elects Foster by a majority of 8,000_; but in order to do this it makes the most glaring blunders, overestimating the Democratic counties enormously, and underestimating _tsose which are kno_^n to _cait larger majorities for Gurtur than_*w_« have actually claimed. Below we give an estimate of the blunders comaaitted in the Democratic counties. MISTAKES OF THE " VNION" IN THE DEMOCRATIC COUNTIES. SSr::::::::::::::::•:•::::: iff Buck* 80° Cambria.. _ » Carbon........................ »» Centre.. •• _JJJ _ClaMon..... " ... .. ¦ .-... ¦ _4J» . Montgomery l,°w Northampton _™ Northumberland 200 Perry i _S00 Philadelphia 8.00ft Schuylkill 1,000 Washington 800 . Westmoreland » owl York.. ......;....... 6w 17.200 ...

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

Seb advertisement Life of Linooln. «?? ¦ Lost.—A _Bbiastfim, containing a likeness of Dr. Andrew Porter, deo'd. The finder will be suitably rewarded by learlog it at _tibe ••Pennsylvania House." It* Chestnuts were plenty in market this moming aud sold for a shilling and fourteen cents a quart, according to quality. They are bought up in large quantities by hucksters for shipment to other markets. Going to _Caeubm.—The terrified Democracy _, of this city intend sending a large delegation to the Carlisle meeting this evening. The Smtine intimates that the excursionists will "have a high old time." We do not doubt It. A special traia leaves here at haff'paat five o'clock, and will return about midnight. Fob MiDDMTOwK.-_^Toe _excursion tn j ftrfor MlddJetown will leave here _Ihis _emiat at half-past six o'clock, and Haitlsbmg _ahoold send a large delegation. Hon. Anson Burliagame, of Massachusetts, Hon. John W. Killinger, and Samuel C. Reeves, Esq., of Philadelphia, are announced po...

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

_IxLi_^d i_^ _SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO THB _. . I DAil._^ _TEIiEGrRAjft ii - ' _,1-n A '¦ :. ¦ ' ' ¦ ' - > - 7 g*--- ' Ten _Theuaand Dollars to Beton _Cartln WABHISOTbR, Oct. 6. Col. KHgoreya responsible gentleman, offers to wager $10,000 on the _succeas of Col. Curtin. _ [PRIVATB DISPATCH.] Beading »11 Bight for Curtin. BsAsrsG, October 6. 1 he reports 6irouk\ted by the Democrate that this city wtll give a majority, for Foster, is intended only fw effect_^ The indications are that every one- of _&•five Wards, will give hondsome majorities for Cartin, and that his majority in town can in do event be less than four hundred. It may 1_>e much greater. : [MtrrATB DESPATCH.] _GlTinc ap the Contest. : , ' Riadikq, Oct. &_6 • Maj. Qeo. M. Lauman returned from Philadelphia yesterday where he had spent several days in diligent communication with leading politicians of both parties. We_^_understand that he considers the election of _Curtin ; a _jOMttAisTT ...

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

TOYS, BASKETS AND FANCY GOODS JOHN DOLL, No. 120 North Second Street, above Arch, PHILADELPHIA TUST RECEIVED at his NEW STORE fj a very large a?BOrtment of TOYS of every description. Also, FANO* BASKETS, WORK BOXESTobjcco Boxes, Se.-ar C-tsesPipes, Canes and Fancy Arltel?c of a large-variety. All being imported direct from the manufacturers en«b!e3 me to sell at very low _piicei. _49>Please call and examine my stock. _s.O d3ai SPERM CANDLES! A _LABQI 8DPPLT JO8T BKCKIVBD BY seP 17 WM. DOCK JB. & CO. UNDERTAKER! 52 A TE STREET _BETWEEN SECOND AND THIRD rnHE UNDERSIGNED having purchased I a very fine Hearse, with Double Sett of Trimmings, Tor Children and Adults, respectfully solicits the r&tron age of the citizens of _Harris burg and vicinity Beady made coffins always on hand 8apl5 dim C. BAKER LIFE OF LINO OLNI ONL T TEX CENTS! A _LiRGE authorized Pamphlet edition of the LIFE OF _TJiCCOIiN can be had at BERGNER'8 CHKAP BOOK3TORE. PrlcA ten cents. EOp36 W...

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

Tho Attempted Sale of tbe Bell Men In Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, Oct. 6th. Mr. Bell's true friends, who are opposed to being sold by the " City Executive _Comraitte," have called a meeting in Independence square tonight to repudiate the resolution transferring them wholesale to Mr. Foster.— Intelligence from the country states that the Bell men, upon receiving this information, generally declared for Col. Curtin, to emphasize their reprobation of the treachery and corruption. This movement for Mr. Foster has made a serious schism in the Bell rauks, which will finally leave the politicians alone to be purchased, who are hardly worth buying.— The rank and file are daily deserting. William B. Beed is tho chief negotiator for the purchase of the Bell organization, with an understanding that he is to be rewarded by the Administration in case of success. He was concerned in the conspiracy of 1856, by which this State was carried for Mr. Buchanan. Mr. Foster's organ, The Evening Journ...

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

lailjj _ttegrap_. THE LAST GRAND RALLY! PEOPLE 'S MASS MEETING AT HARRISBUKG, ON MONDAY EVENING! CURTIN AND VICTORY! Tbe last grand rally for the State campaign, of the friends of Lincoln and Curtin, will take place in THIS CITY ON MONDAY EVENING, when it is hoped the opponents of the present corrupt National and _SUteAdministrations will turn out in the majesty of their strength, preparatory to the great preliminary battle to be fought on Tuesday. Tno WJJ2&ktfAK.ES wilt be out in foil force, with mode sto*i»nnen, torches and transparencies, and make a grand display. CftMn leads the colum&l Is there one That will uot-WWlWannwr den, And _cbwrgj ami* _ttw battle's van _r anna le*tfa I On I Wnttumoa I _^^ The meeting wftt be addressed by SEVBBAL DISTINGUISHED SPEAKERS, whose names will be announced hereafter.

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

THE _ffiBlT _mmy&FtfflmtoY _mgT_.TtTIBATRTt VjafAJ_^^ _f^_ _Prifati&Jftmja Jferaft>Uo»gf SkrJ. _maOcaM. D., This invaluable medicine ls.unfcl_^_lng in Use core ef all thosa _paiaful aBd,_danferou8 diseases tojrhioh the female constitution _ifktofctitf If _atonerstls ill excess and removes all obstrucUons , and a ' speedy _oore m*y be relied on. _; r :: TO _3_tARRT£O _LAOXK8 it Is peculiarly suited. It will, in a short time, bring on the1bonthlfi_:erlodw_1tb - regttli|lty. • *K -f Kach bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Glovarnment Stamp of Great Britain, to-preventcountorieitft, . _CATJTIO1SF. 4 That liUs thcvld *d it taken by females faring Om FIKST THREE MONTBSof Pregnancy, as _Oey mrtsttre to brivg on Miscarriage , but at any other.tbiu.ihey an safe. tno Bick ana unibs, Fatigue on slight _exerttfts_, Palpitation or the Btafct,4Byaterjc8 ana _Whftes, _thmrgills will effiH:tr»_-«ure when all other susns havo &_$eA; and al* ¦ttwiich a _TOT_«_rj&am...

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

SANFORI>'S FAMILY CATHARTIC PILLS COMPOUNDED FROM _PTJfBE _VEGETABLE _EXTRACT, AND PTJi - _tJF t_^_GLASg CASES. AIB TIGm. Aim WfliL KEEP IN AN? CLIMATE; The FAMILY CATHAH- * (TlC _PHX is a geitte bn active Qitbartio which the B proprietor baa used In his pracuoe-nioro than twenty J years. The constantly incrcas- _ inn demand from _thcas who have leng used the PILLS M aud the satisfaction which all express in regard to M thetr use_^bas induced m_« to place them within the A , reach uf all. Tbe Protession well know that diifrrent _Cathartles act On diflerent portions of the ,. uo_*els. The FAMILY CATHAR-W TIC HILL baawitii due reference to this well estab- M _llsbed fact, been compounded from a variety of the £4 purest _Vegetable Extracts , which act alike on _<mry _^ ;.arl oi the alimentary canaland are good and wfe W in all c&-ee where a cathartic is needed, bucq is _«t _Deranjtmtntt of Stuwtack Skqrinest, JPains. in ' \t j* Hack and Loins, Oosttoeness Pa...

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

IMPOUTANT TO FEMALES DR. CHEESMAN'S PILLS, Prepared by Cornelius L. CheeBeman, M. D. r_™™ SEW Y0_BK CIIY. I _^_j combination of ingredients in these fk* «^^ ?« «_w_»tor a long and extensiv e practice They arc mild in their operation and certain incorref tin* all Irregularities _PainioJ Menstruations _™ * _._vfS obatrnciiOBS, whether rrom cold or oth_^_rw_._se _heaaache _psin in the side, palpitation of tho heart, * h't«TS" wvoua_._affections, hysterics, fatigue, puii. ' in the back and of^^ure _"' (_totUrbed 8lecp> waicl» arise from interruption ' TO MABRIED LADIES, Dr. Cheeseman'_a Pills are invaluable, as they will _brUin on the monthly period with regularity. Ladies who have been disappointed in the use of other Pills can place tbe utmost confidence in Dr. _Cheeseman 's Pills doing all tLat they represent to do. »©TICE. _nert U one condition tf the female system in _ickich Ue - 'SZJXn'nat be taken wsihout producing a riCUUAB RESULT, ihe condition referred to is FKS...

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

' . _SANFORP*S LIVER INViaO_^ATOR J NEYEB _DEBHilTATEy. _TTT is compounded entirely from Gums, I antl has become an established facta Standard Medicine, known and approved mf by all that have used tt, and is now resorted to _W with confidence in all tbe diBBaBea_^or which it is re- O commended. It ftiaacured: thousands fa within the last two years whohad given up all hopes _^ * of relief, as tho numerous unsolicited certificates in _^ my possession show. Tbe dose must be adapt- P5 edto the temperament ot UffindiTft2_^Jjtaklngltand Q used hi such quantities ar _loTact'gent_^on_^hebowels. _i. j _Xe%ttoe dictates'of your (9 judgment _guid« you in. _tht ¦useo/«h_*_4(WBKINVIQO-W BATOB, and It will cure imaCoKrunmBoxzousp Atxacss, DreMfPsu _. CBsojrwDumaodkiSciadEkCoM-1» plutwDnxyrKKT, Dnorst Sotm aoMAcaHabit- _Q dal CoanvuiiaeCnouc, OaoiBu MoBBuaCboixba_^ VmmmtiQlatviuvc* _Jjhjbwob _, Ekmau Wb4K- naBftwd may be used Bucceskfully as an O&»m- ftj st Tjjabur Mswuxi. ]t will cure S...

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

HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE !! WM. A. BATCHELOB'S HAIR DYE! The Orlglftal and Beat In tbe World I. A ItL'_olhera are mere imitations, and £&. should be avoided, if you wish to •scape ridicule. GRAY , -BER or RUSTY HAIR J>YED instantly to a beautiful and Natural Brown or _SNck. without Injury to' _le Tfair nr Skin. ¦ -—¦ -.__- . .„—_.. " _' J&gBEhamm AND i*N*«U5r ha_*M_»en »WArd. _eito Wm. A. Bmgbblob since 183% _KuUorerjOifioo an. plications have be*a mute to theJpir _oTtnensSsB3& bisftHBOC*dye ^_ -2.'. ¦ ¦«* ¦ • ¦ , _^_V *' "- _- - ¦ " _^S WM. _^ A._^VTHIffjORrg' _SUp_^^_Biprodaces & cols not to W di_^Bufehed from Mt«n<iind is _ttaku«O» not to injureia_^_hrteast, howtferkmg ft «ay bf_^_oon M&MwfaBiika^^^_K by thteSglwMUA Jjye. T _. fold in all _dUos and towns of tile United _Aties, H _Druggists and Fancy Goods _Dealecs. ; 49_rTi)e Genuine has tie n»»e and address npona steel plate engraving on fonr _sideaof each Box, of wo? cuaA. _...

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

rom balb. _rVyWO LARGE STEAM BOILERS, 41 I " feet in length by 4_j£ feet in diameter, with 24 inoh fl_5e3_, .manufactured by the late James Den clog, deo'd. These? boiler* are entirely newmade of tbe b«st charcoal tron. (warranted,) and will be sold on reasonable terms _APP^» J -T - BAKNITZ, b_^17. dim No 109 Market Street, Htfrirtarg. "Hi. X. GODBOLD, "ORACi 'IC.JlL Tuner and Repairer of B Pianos. Meiodeons, So., fto., will receive orders in fuTureatWM. _«_NOCHK_»S _Motsic Store, 92 _Marketstreel. All orders left at i *he ab0T_« named Pta<»» « »* I*8 Bnehler H«.»»j will meet *>Mj prompt attention. i_^iLAtlET WIN "SB of different brands and 1 ) _onaVtiM teat reetK'_** *>ul for sale by V_^_uanuaa _jw woa v _^ _^ ziBOLEB, W Maract St.

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