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

From Frank Leslie's Hla«trated News piper, New YorK July 3 J, 1859. PASSING NOTICE. _Tas _HonsKXispsa'8 Fbibnd.—Spaidiho'_b _Pbktakxd _Gidb.—This admirable addition to our standard household economies will be held by all good horaevri ves as a boon long wished for. but hitherto _unaUamed. Spalding_' s Prepared Glue is perfectly adapted for those timely repairs to household wara, ftrnitorecrockery and for fancy work,-that is almost daily demanded by the eiperiencs of-every housekeeper. It is chemically held in solution_^ will withstand the action ot climate and time, retai n? its full strengthand is put up in a snug convenient bottle, with a brushall for twenty-five cents. Oo being appliedthe chemicals readily evaporate and tbe glue becomes Jrm quickly, and adheres with ibe tenacity of the best cabinetmaker's glue. For wood, Uaiher, or other articles where glue is, ever used, it 13 just tbe thing. We have tried it, and speak by the card. In tbe country it will be invaluable, and no...

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

P. K To Pkbbt Dayzs & Son :—Dear Sirs—I feel happy to add.one more testimonial or the value of your Pain Killer to tbe thousands sent you from nearly all par ts of the -world. On the 8th of this month 1 fell from a second story doorway to the pavements, striking on my ftet, and bruising them severely; also straining the ligamentg ol the ankles. When carried home my feet were black and swollen, and the pain so intense as to 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. Yours Respectfully, I. _SUGGTTT, High Street Providence. May 321b, 1867. Sold by all druggists, grocera and medicine dealers throughout he United _tsutos and Canadas. The stain on linen from the use of the Pain Killer is easily removed by _washing in alcohol. Bl4-lm

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

Tub Blood is ran Lm rrJTo more shall the poo* _soffcrersJnrar _country,iaiignisb , . Uieir _oonsUtntkms _raclefl by ' _sti^*i»4b_^geTOuiini3er«i : mediciB«e: tbe; rill come to the-RKmtainOf beaKh' , tamd in simpr»iierb8 tiMP nota rum nature's storebonse. The If OONXAIN HfiBB.PILL8,of innocent mountain _pUfite coupoBed, _witt reaco5a_«rt'_«»o_^ tbeir _dtstrees, and cuae the blood, r_«be_*retr1and _^ ete«B*Bd. to carry _throoghUMbody tbe elements of beanh ' : building ap the broken oottstUaSon, and carrying life an&n*_MUif*w}H>re but for them would have been the wreck of hope—the feeble moan of _suflericg, at last ended by the coW band or death. Do not let prejadice overcome your better _reasonjdo not took upon _ttaae Pilta as only Tike oihert ; do'not let your despair aft* _trying_^everything etee_^ prevent yen from trying these.— The blood must be pure, and then _steknegs<te Impossible What a great Kill _0t sjmtile _HJuth: u this; it appeals to the common een...

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

HrWe call the attention of oar readers to an article advertised in another columncalled Blood Food It is an entirely new discovery, and must not be oor found ed with any of tbe _numerous patent medicines of the day. It ii food for the blood, already prepared for absorption; _pleasant to the taste and natural in action, and what one gains tt • ¦ "ttiDs. Let all those, then, who are suffering from poverty, impurity or deficiency of blool_, and consequently w_.iht-ome chronic disease or ailment, tai e of this Blood _Fu _<u u nd be restored to health. We notice ih&t bar Druggists have received a supply of this article, and also of tht «orid-renowned Dr. _Eaiok'_s In. Kurriuc Cobsulwhich every mother should have. It is said to contain no paregoric or opiate of any kind whatever, and of course mast beinvalunbio for allioftn tile complaints. It is also said that it wilt allay all pain, and soften the gums ia process of teethingand at tbe same time regulate the bowels. I&am...

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

How to Presbevb Biaott.—Nothing is more becoming to a man or woman than a luxuriant head of hairand a woman's beauty is certainly insomplete with out & fair complexionand she or be who neglects these greit and important adornments of nature most expect to sutler the mortification of premature baldness, and a wrinkled face and a sallow skin. _Xothing is necessary to preserve these essential attractions but the use Of _Prot Wood's Besto.-ative.—Louisville Times. Vrof. Wood's Kur _Bbstobativj ~We have had occasion to use this famous preparation of Prof. Wood's and " after thoroughly testing its qualities, we find that where the hair is thin it will thicken it, if gray it will restore it to it* original color ; likewise, it gives a-glossy appearanceas well as keeps the hair from falling off.— Thi3 invaluable ingredient is for sale at "Chinaman' s Tea Store," 8Outh-«afit corner Frederick and Baltimore Sts., by Mr. J. C. Given.—Baltimore Clipper. Sold by all good Druggists. slS-...

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

HO! FOR _MIDDLETOWJN WIDE AWAKES I. TURN OUT I The City Wide-Awake Club will meet at Exchange Hall THIS EVENING at quarter past tax o'clock, fully equipped, to proceed to Hid dletown. A FULL TURN OUT is earnestly desired, arrangements having been made to fend the entire club. JACOB M. EY8TER_, Captain.

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

«_£c_^_S_^_S _wfc?^ foII °* _« c how* totol_^jSSni 11 ; HJ th0 P_*810' of * Baptist &gkE5i_3SS5 "We »«• an advertisement m -y~—Wlnslow_'s _SooUtlng _Eyrup Now wo never san&JKHU 1_tff*vpjr of a patent medicine before in our life, bat wo feel _otjnpeUed to say to our readers, that this is no hum-^ _- _gBf Ms etrui Uaud know it to be all it claims. It s, _mjw8g. one of the most _succesifnl modiclnes of the 4a* _TSSluEe i*Woneor the best. And those of your readcsa who have babies can't do better than to lay »«iertr-, , • au22

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

Special _Nntxtts. W. A. BATCHELOR'S HAIR DYB! _rpHIS SPLENDID HAIR DYE has ue Jequal—instantaneous in effect—beautiful Black or Natural Brown—no staining the akin or injuring the lair—remedies the absurd anri ill effect of Bad Dyesand Invigorates the Hair for life. No e are genuine unless signed "W. A. Batcholor » Sola everywhere. ,o _^ ¦ _- CHAS - BATCHF.LOB . Proprietor_, mam-diwly 81 Barclay Street, Ntsw York.

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

PURIFY THE BLOOD Moffat' s Lifb Pells and _Phcenix Bitters - free from all Mineral Poison* Tn cases of Scrofula Dicers. _Scurvy, or Eruptions of the Skin, the operation of tbe Life Medicines is truly _astoblshing, often _removing in a few days, every vestige of these loathsome diseases b> their puritying effects on tho blood. Billions Fevers Fever and AgueDyspepsia, Dropsy, Pilesand in short, ' most ail diseases feon yield to their curative properties. Mo family should be without them, as by their timely use tnuun suffering and expense may be saved. Prepared by WM. B. MOFFAT, M. D., New York, and for _>ale by all Druggists . nov9-wly

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

DB. MoCUO TOCK's _OOID AMD _COPGH MDCXTOH, tco established and standard remedy tor Cough, Cold , Influei £9Hoarseness, and all irritations of _lh«™u«)™ membraneof the throat, palate and _ao.'e, is _ejB_^edby phyricians,aBdan who h_»ve _^l _' .M * _,fe 7 that has no rival tathefield. Price 26 cento, _aoktby George Bergnor. _^ J_*2 " EMPTY LIQUOR BARRBL8.—A email all In good _ocndi*on, for sals by lotaumg WM.DOCICJB.*OO.

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

_JBJT P»- Jas. McCLnrroCK'B Pectobal Stbbp. Aro_^your _lui_^s weak? Does a lengbreath give you pain? HwJ y<fe _^tacking cough f Do yon .expectorate hard, ;Ogg:bpku«r? Are you wasted with night sweats and _winiaf sleep t ir so, bxrb is too* _mdkbt. It will un questionably gave you. Price*! 00. Sold by _Gsorg* BKQOggL; ,_^ _ , , _ mar7-d«w4m Misuttantom.

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

HUMPH KEY'S SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC EEMEDIES fr'UK THE PEOPLE. HKA11 WHAT THE PEOPLE SAY. Tbe uudcrslgneil h-x\ iiii; used Trcfesor HUMPHREY'S SPtCIFIC I1_UMCEHATU1C ii MfcDIKSin our families with the most satisfactory results, and having 1 iU confidence in their genuineness, purity ana efficacy, cheerfully re commend them them to all persons who wish to unve safe, reliable, and efficacious remedies at _baad lor private or domestic use. . The Rev. Wm. Ilosiner, editor of 'The Northern independent," Auburn, N. Y.;theKcv. E.H. Creasy, V. D., Rector orst Peter's Chi _rt h, Auburn, N. V.; the Kev. _u. 1. Ives, Cbai'lain of tho Auburn State Prison ; the Rev. Spencer M. Rice, Rector, New Bedford, «•».; tbe Rev. Allen Steele, Now York Conference ; the _Uev. Samuel Nichols, East Genesee Conference, N. Y.; tie Rev. P. >. Pratt Dorset, Vt.; the Ru». John K. Koble, Buffalo; A. U Hart, Esq., Utica, N. Y., the Hon. Neal Dnw, lortlaud, Me.; the Hon. Schuyler Colfax, South Bcud, lud.: th...

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

MRS. WIWSLOW , An _exi*rlenced Nurse and Female Physic an, preseau to »h_« _attention of mothers h • SOOTHING SYEUP, For _Clilldreit T ethlm, which greatly facilitates tbe procoe> of teething, by _Roft enlngthe _gums _. reducing: all Inflammation—will allay Alt PAIN, and spasmodic action, and to SURE TO REGTrLA*_TE THE BOWELS. Depend upon It, mothers, It wta _grw rest t_» _youra_^_ges AKDRELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS. We have ' put up and sold this article (or over ten years, and <ujr sat, at awnrowc* jjr» nanmwhat:we lave never been able._tosav _^ of _ any otiier meaJcine—KBVBR HAS ITKAIlaiD, _llf ASJNGL»W9Ma»(JETO EFFECT A CURE, ,wben timely used. Never did w* know an instance of _dissatisTkcUoa by any one who used it On the contrary, all are deaghted with _Jta. _openb Hods, and speak in terms of highest comn._endation of iU magical cO' ects and medical virtues. We speak to this matter "wiut w* Do'fcfo#, ' alter ten years' experience, *_xo FUBXia aBK _BunmTio...

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

_Jneouai _DrT MOTT'S CHALYBEATE RESTORATIVE PILLS OF IRON. Aw aperient and Stomachic preparation 01 IRON' purified of Oxygen and Carbon by combustion in li}drogen. Sanctioned by the highest Medical Authorities, ooth in Europe and tbe United states. _oi d prescribed in their practice. Tbe experience or thousands daily proves that no preparation or Iron can be compared with it. Impurities of the blood, depression of vitalenergy, pale and otherwise sickly complexions Indicate its necessity in almost every conceivable ,c»Ee.£ Innoxious in all maladies In which it has been _irieat it has proved absolutely curative in each of the following complaints, vis: Debility, Nervous Affections, Kmanclpa ' tlon, Constipation, Diarrhoea, Dysentery. Tnetplent Consumption, _SrrofnJoos _Xuber* cnJosia. Salt Bheniu, MUinen»«runttoii, Whites,Chlorosis, l.lver _Complaints, Chronic. _Headaches,•RJ»*.ou»»M>>mJ Intermittent . Fevers, Pimples on Uie X' 'acc <_kv. in ca_±e of General...

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

fiVtficellcnuous. THE OBIGrlKAL AND G_^KUINF DR. TGWNSENB'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF S ARSAPARILLA, is The Great It en ova tor of THE BLOOD. THE SOVEREIGN BEMEDY FOR ERUPT1OK8 OF THE SKIN, ULCERATED SORES, AND ALL FORMS OF CUTANEOUS DISEASES. These complaints can be-epeedil? aiid _cflectually cured by tbe use ot _tnis WORLD RENOWNED _SABSAPAEILLA. Thousands have experienced " itesalutary eflectsand tens of _thousands bave Witeer _sedK,until it has_^_ceased to be a question among the intelligent portion of the com " when fee 31ood becomes Ufleleas and stagnanteithe rrom the effects of Spring weather, change of climaty want or exercise, the use o£ aunifoim saUno diet, or anil other cause; this compound Extract of SarsaparulaWU rbhkw the Blood, carry <>? the putrid humors, clkans (He! 8 tUKJwa, ¦ " ' REG ULAtrer- THxr-jsowB&a_? A»<i -import * Tone of Vigor to the 1 " Whole Body ; TO THE PUBLIC. The public _aro hereby notified tbat the preparation ex ' tens...

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

THE ONLY PREPARATION THAT BAB STOOD TEE TEST OF TSARS, AND GROWS MO|UE AND M0BE POPULAB ¦ : ¦: . . EVERY DAYI-v And testimonlkls-newand almost without number, might be given from ladies and gentlemen in all grades of societywhose united testimony nonecoald resist, that Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative will restore the bald and gray, and preserve the hair of the youth to old age, In all its youthful beauty. _Batob Crbkk, Mich, Deo. 21, I860. Pbof. Wood: Thee wilt please accept a line toluiorm the _s that the hair on my head all fell off over twenty years agocaused by a complicated chronic diseasr, attended with'an eruption on me head. A continual course of suffering through lite having reduced me to a state of dependence, I having nut been able to obtain stuff for caps, neither have 1 been able to do them up, in consequence or which my head bus suffer*d eitremely from cold. This i _nducou me to ray _Briggs & Hodges almost the last cent I had on earth for a two dollar bot...

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

_i* . must be obvious not only to you, but to every attentive .and intelligent person, that the first diseases of infants arise chiefly from a disordered condition ' of their bowels, and in this connection, we present to your notice for the alleviation and cure or these diseases, a remedy known as ss. katons INFAMIllrE CORJIIAL, Prepared from a formula used by Or. Eaton w ' th remarkable success during several year's practice, we know it to be a most reliable and efficacious remedy for _lniantile complaints, and one trial alone will convince you of its superiority over every other preparation of the kind. It is particularly recommended For Children Teething. And at thU period of _infaniilo life, wuen jour anxious hearts are _paiaed by witnessing the Bufferings or your little one3, it will be found invaluable in Softening the Owns, Ittdunng Iiiflammation, and Relieving all Pain. For _liUeasea attending _Teethta_*, such as Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Griping in the Bowels, Acidity of...

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

STORAGE, 1 ¦ * .- . -in AND COlilMtSSION BUSINESS nri&B _sabscribers have leased the cx;._> JL _slve Warehouses and Railroad track former!; «c pied by tbe Philadelphia and _Roadlng Railroad c_»m,u: aaafireighang:depactmeBt l No. 248 Nortn Broaa.-ir and will transact a GKNBRAL STORAGEFOKW.\;;i _> _*NDCOMMl3flON; W)_SINESy ,m connection »ith : foreign and Doneatio Shipping and Produce st i._» v. unt street. They are prepared tc receiveship and forwir 1 ., land or by water, all merchandise and proUuc «: may be offered, _storago capacity 26 , 000 barrel-, « evory convenience for receiving and discharging. Warehouse receipts will be _gtvrn for all proper:; storage, with bills oi landing tor shipment. Consignments of merchandise and produce to our dress will receive prompt at cut ion, FOWLEHARRIS fc CO. 128~_Walnut and 248 North Broid pi.-y. rhnadehkia , April 23,18«0 -6md. _jss _yisiis _IP_^_BiWf Tt S Y LVANU B|_lMa &TABLISIB1ENT. OFFtGE, NO. 104 MARKET ...

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

£\n<8 of _Qlraufl & (_ErauBportaUwi. PENNS Y_^^ FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FROM PHILADELPHIA, ON AND AFTER SATURDAY . SEPTEMBER 15ih, I860, the Passenger Trains on the Penn icylvaoia Railroad will depart from _nnd arrive at rhilatelpbla and _Harrisburg as follows :— EASTWARD. THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves at 1.16 Harrisburg a. m. and arrives at West Ph _lladfjphia at 6.20 a. m. FAST i.INE leaves Harrlsburg every morning except Monday, at 6 16 a. m., arrives »t West _Philaoelpbla at 10.10 a. m. HAIL TRAIN leaves _Harrlsburg at 1.00 p. m., arrives at West PbHado'pnJ. 1 at 6.10 p. m. These trains make close connection at Philadelphia with the New Yr>rk Lines. fiARRISRUKG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves Hirrisburg at 3._50_^p. m., arrives at Philadelphia_^ 9.05 p.m. _Westward/' THROUGH_1EXPRESS TRAIX Jeaves Philadelphia at 10.46 p m , _Selves at Har risbu _ry&t _Jft6 ». m. _^ MAIC TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 7.30 a. m., arrives at _Harrisburg at 1W» p. m. ...

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

COAL 1 _QOJM_.J! CQAIi! I !• _^NOW IS TOUR TIME_? TO RET _mMH COAL! Full Weight and _Nothing Short of It! _^ _HHANEFUL TO MX FRIENDS AND X CUSTOMERS for their, liberal patronageI would now inform them and the pabllc generally, that I am fully prepared_/on ahort notice to supply them with all kinds of_. , • . 8_TJPEEI0R COAL OF ALL SIZES. gg"FKEE FBOM SLATE, AND CABEFDLLY SCREENED. AT AS LOW A FIGDBE AS PALR _DEAlilB[!Gr WLLL AFFOBD. . Although my coal is not weighed in sblf-wbohhk} aura TOT IS WKOHSD ON¦' BufiOS- A00UBATK.T TSBTES BT IB! szalbb of wxiGHT8_%ua> _lOAHnue, and consumers may rest assured that they will be fairly and _JumesUy dealt with I sell nothing but the very best article, and no mixing. " • , •. ¦ • .-:I-<. -¦ .:¦ ' . -;¦ ; ! -, ¦ - , ¦ • ALSO HICKORY, OAK and PINE WOOD, always on Band- GEO, P. _WOSTLINO. septS-dSm ¦ exterminate 8OH WEUXM'ST^^ ANNIHILATING POWDER, _A _^^_0_^^ TS THE ONLY _Ad_^^^^^^^ XKNOWN and best _arti v _^^_H_^^^^^^^^ k ele to ...

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