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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

The Exodus of the Fosterites. We > clip the following sarcastic and palpable paraphrase from the Daily News , and commend it to pur readers as also a perfect specimen of .wit and wisdom : Now it came to pass in the year eighteen hundred and sixty, which, was the fourth year of-James the Fourth, that there arose in the Keystone State a man named Foster, who in his conceit aspired to be ruler pf the State. Now, Foster was a babbler and. foolish of speech, and his words were like sounding brass and tinkling cymbals. "~ Nevertheless, as he was a Douglasite, and'a prophet in • his own country, (albeit he was a false prophet,) he drew many people after him. And Foster went about from place to place exhorting the;people id the end that he might it_*nr\_mf* a ml fir _nvflr ¦f.TiAm - - Now, there was a inan of Centre, 'whose name was Curtin—a Lincolniteyand a man of mighty power ; and the Lincolnites said; among themselves : This man shall rule over us, and we will have him for ou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

UJ? TO_1VNI. PATENT WEIGH CARTS! FOR the convenience of my numerous up to-vn customers, I have established, in connection with my old yard, a BRANCH COAL YARD. OPPOSITE NORTH STREET, on a line with the Pennsylvania Canal, having the office formerly occupied by Wm. K. Harris, where consumers iff coal in that vicinity and " VERBEKETOWNcan receive _iheir coal by the PATENT WEIGH CARTS without IrrRA Cukgk FOR _Hahling . and in any quantity m«»y may desire , as low as can be purchasec anywhere. 5,000 TONS COAL ON HAND, OF LTKENS VALLEY AND WILKESBARRE_, OF ALL SIZES. _MSrVfizum to Maintain Fair Prices ,-but UNWILLING to bb> UNDBRSOLD BY any PABHI8. 49-All coal forked up and delivered clean, and free from all impurities, and the beet article mined. Orders received at both yards will be promptly filled, and all eoal delivered by the PATENT WEIGH CARTS. COAL sold by boatcar load, single, half or third of tons, and by the bushel. ' JAMES M. WHEELER. Harrisbnre. Oct. 13.1860. AUDIT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

BAKE CHANCE POil INVESTMENT. VALUABLE H0T3BL PROPERTY In the City jrf _Harrisburg. TH AT well-known and valuable hotel pr operty known as the "SUSQUEHANNA HOUSEr" now in the occupancy of Wm. Jlocherman , situate on the east end of Market street, and immediately opposite the Pennsylvania Bailroad Depotwill be offered at PRIVATB SALE until the 4th of December next, and '• f not sold bafore that time, will be.put up at public auction on that day. This is the most desirable property in theoityof Bar risburg for hotel business. Its proximity to tba Pennsylvania Railroad Depot, and the Depot of _«H the railroads centering atHarrisburg _^ makesit more convenient and accessible to the traveling public than any other Hotel;in the city. ' Farther information in regard to this property and as to the terms of sale, may be had by applying to, • WM- U. MILLER , Attorney-at-Law North cor. Market Square, (Wyeth's Building,) second story front. qctl-d*w EJVTJEUPWSE AMD LlGHTJMNGi LINES, "VTO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

PUBLIC SAU op VALUABLE REAL ESTATE IN THE CITY OF HARMSBUEG. Will be exposed to public sale at the "U ft ION HOUSE,_" Now kept by Benjamin ' Buclc! Esq., in the city of Harrlsburgj at 7 o'clock, P. M; , on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 26TH_, I860, All that valuable real estatebelonging to the heirs of LOUIS BROWN, deceased, bounded and described as follows, viz: Fronting on Market street on the north 52 feet 6 - ches; by lot No. 158 oh the east; by Blackberry alley on the southand by lot No. 156 on the west extending from Market street, in said city, to Blackberry alley, 210 feet as per deed of Christian Kunkel_'_s executors to said Louis Brown, deeM. Said lot being numbered in the general plan of said townnow city, with the number 167. The said lot has has erected upon it atwo storv I ' - r ¦ i »i 1 ¦ 9 BRICK TAVERN House,and three-story back building, with a. large new frame ._stable_.in.ihe rear of the lot opening Son the said alley. And also . TWO WOODEN OR FRAME BUILDINGS , Adjoinin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

jHrtD wovtxtistmmts STONE FOR 3A Tit? THE UNDERSIGNED is prepared to furnish the _oubhc with every variety of _BUILDptf CURB, and _OROSSItfii STONE. Abo s good article « HICKORY AND OAK WOODat moderate prices. Applj to J. B. COLE, corner of Broad ani Third streets, in Um BlMh t<_t»>^ ' OSUl-dtl FALL OF 1860. SECOND OPENING _Ot FALL AND WINTEB I>_r?_- "X" GOODS! W assortment of DRV GOOD3, of every description, to which we invite tbo attention of purchasers, Onened thisjoM»ning;Jit... ¦¦ .,- .., _"•"""" """_^ ^' CATHCART & BROTHERS, * •_, -No. 14 _Market Square, Next door to tbe _Harrisburg Bank. ANOTHER EXCITEMENT In making selections among the large _Jum handiome stock of , . . <*~~" -gQV_^SE BROCA SHAWIS, ¦ ' * _'- Long Chens Lain B rooa Sbawis, . . ¦ NXW SXTLB SQUtBB _BlASKIT _SHAWIS_, _» £ Sppbbb Losa _^ to - Dtf j • „» , Real Scotch Plaid do _Sdsssumsf do - Ait _Kimoa os Missb' Shawm. DRESS GOODSI Delaines, Merinos Poplins. Valencias...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

CRANBERRIS! I I A Splendid Lot JostReodvsd _^ oct» Bv WM. DOCK JR. & CO Jb_^_jROJPOSAijS FOR SOUTH STREET SEWER. _QEALED PROPOSALS will b& received O &t tbe office of the City Council in Harrteburjr, until MONDAYthe 15th of October next, for digging and filling a ditch and building a sewer in South street between Third street and the Susquebanna rifer,' according to profiles exhibited hi said office: The digging and filling will be paid for by the Cubic Yardand the Sewer by the thousand of brick required for its construofonincluding all the materiats. lhe old brickfound in tbe vxcavation of the ditch in South street, and-tobe charged to the contractor a ._s far as he may use them in building the new Sewer; and all payments to be made to tre contractorin bonds of tbe City of Harrisburg; and a sewer inNaglo stroet, leading from Race streets to tbeSusquehanna _riveri By order b' f the Street Committoes of the Firetand Second District. WM. COLDER, JR-, oct8 G...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO ANb FROM PHILADELPHIAThe , Bridge at Conewago having been re-built, the .Passenger Trains of the _Pennsylvania Bailroad _Company /will _rsstun&their former route.. On and after ' MONDAY _^ OCTOBER 16th, I860, they will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and Philadalnhia ft_« fnllnwR • EASTWARD. .THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.15 a. m. and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.10 a. m. FAST LINE; leaves Harrisburg at 6 15 a. m_^ every day except Monday, arrives at West Philaoelphia at 10.06 a. m. MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.00 p. m., arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.00 p. m. _Thesstraujs make close connection at Philadelphia with " iJie New York Lines MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leaves at 6.50 a. m., Mt. Joy at 8*02, and connects at Lancaster at 8.50 with Lancaster Train, arriving at West Philadelphia at 12.10 p, m. HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves at 3.50 p. m., Colombia at 5.15, and arrives at W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

Negeo Equality.—Those-small potato newspapers and politicians who charge Abraham Lincoln with being in favor of negro equality, charge what is ' notoriously untrue. In the course of the Lincoln and Douglas debates, Lincoln in one of his speeches made use of this language on the subject:— "I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of bringing about, in any way, the social and political equality of the white and black races. I am not, nor ever have been, in favor of making voters or jurors of negroes, nor of qualifying them to hold office, nor to. intermarry ' with white _^people; and I will say, in addition to this, -that there is a physical difference between the black_^nd white races, which I. believe will forever forbid the two races Uving>together on. terms,of social and political equality. And inasmuch as they cannot so live, while they do remain together there, must be the position of superior aud inferior ; and I, as much, as any other man, am in favor of having the supe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

somepoay Deceived. : .; ¦ During the last election we asserted frequently that Dr. Heok's position" on the Tonnage Tax question had not been defined, and we asked him the question frequently how he intended to\vote if _tlfcie matter would come before the Legislature. We received no . answer_^ We now- find, however, that the following letter was secretly circulated id districts where the people are opposed to its repeal, and that Derry township, where Dr. Heck ran considerably ahead of his ticket , was well supplied with copies oif ' the _letteVT _^ We are glad to find that the Doctor has pledged himself so emphatically against the repeal; but sympathise with the Railroad company whose hands supported him so enthusiastically, under the belief that he would vote for its repeal. Here is a copy of the letter distributed in Derry. viz:—

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

Bell-Eyjerett Fizzle.—The Bell-Everetts claimed from ten.thousand to twenty thousand votes in Philadelphia, and some forty thousand, throughout the State: The result/ last Tuesday, knocks this boast into the worst sort of a cocked hat. The'Bell-Everett candidates on the City Ticket received; respectively, as follows:— Swearingen , for Clerk of Sessions — i. .4,544 Sharpleigh, " Coroner 5,055 Sloan, _. " ' Prothonotary 4,629 Freeman, " Recorder of Deeds 4,636 This, in a poll of eighty-one thousand votes, is- what we call rather slim. As there are not probably as many more in all other parts of the State, the whole Bell-Everett force in the Commonwealth , before .the October election, was not ten thousand. At the November election it r will / be next to nothing—hardly a respectable " scattering", vote.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

BRYAN'S. TASTELESS _.VEBMIJ_?UfcUS. Pjr ' ' ¦ ' ) To Pbbey Davis & Sow :—Dear {Sirs—I feel happy . to add one more testimonial of the jralue of your Pain Killer to tbe thousands sent you frcfa nearly all parts of the world. On the 8th _pfjthis month Mell from a second story doorway to the pavement);, striking on my feet; and bruising them severely; also straining the ligaments ' ol the ankles. When carried " Jome my feet were blaok and swollen, and tbe pain so intense as to cause fainting, I Immediately applied yw r Pain " Killer, and continued to do so at intervals of aboii. ten minutes. The second day. the appearance was a gre mist-yellow, with little er no pain, arid to-day lean wait with ease to store.- . Yours _Respectfully , „ mys .• . ' . I. _SUGGm_,}aighSyeet_^ . Providence, May 12U>_,186T. ' ; ' ... -_'' Sold by all druggistsgrocers and medicine dealers throughout the United States and Canadas. '! / The stain on linen from the use of the fain Killer is ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

In some parts of Switzerland singular judicial penalties are still in force. A few days ago, one Hug, of Stanz, was convicted by the tribunal of Unterwald for having, when in a state of intoxication , in a public house, employed offensive language respecting the Pope, and he was condemned to twenty blows with a stick , to be administered in private, a fortnight's imprisonment_, m the hospital, a week s retirement to be passed in religious exercises in the monastery of the Capuchins , to occupy a separate place at Church for the space of two years, and during that time to attend morning and _^ evening service and the class of catechism/tobe deprived for an indefinite_^period of his civil rights, and finally to pay all the costs.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

t i3 9 3 t t WESTWARD. THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 10.46 p m, arrives at Harrisburg at 2.56 a. m. MAIL 1RAIK leaves PhUadelphia at. 7.30 a. m., arrives at Harrisburg at 12.50 p. m. FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia at 11.50 a. m., arrives at Harrisburg at .4.00 p. m. MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leaves Lancaster on arrival of Hall Train West, at 11.04 a. in., leaves Mt. Joy at 11.42, and arrives at _Harrisburg at 1.00 p. m. HARRISBUBG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves PhUadelphia at 2.08 p, va., Columbia 6.10 , and arrives _afHarrisburg at 7.35 p. m. MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN , No. 2, leaves Lancaster,, on the arrinl of Lancaster Train West , at 7.64 p. m, Mt. Joy at'8.30 , and'_arrives at Ha: rri3burg at 9. 42 _n. m. • S Passengers leaving Philadelphia 1 'at 4 00 p. mf; on Lancaster Train, connect at Lancaster with Mt. Joy Accommodation Train No. 2, at 7,64, and arrive at Harrisburg at 9.24 p. m. _SAMCTEL D. YOUNG, Supt. East Division Pennsylvania Railroad. luiil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

AT MASOMC HALL. OLD JAKE . HAMILTON, formerly of Harrisburg, THE CHAMPION BANJO PLAYER and' _JiG DANCER, will give an entertainment at Masonic Hall (Tanner's, Avenue) on TUESDAY EVENING, October 16th7 The entertainment will close with a COTILLION PARTY , the music to be furnished by Prof.O. Y. _Swees. ¦ Tickets to be had at the door. - . oct_!5-d2i* FOR THE LADIES! A LARGE LOT OF FIRST QUALITY TOWIN'S KID GLOVES, Slightly damaged with water—Price 50 and 75 cts.— GREAT BARGAINS.. ¦ A .fine assortment of same quality perfect—Blaclf, "White and Colored , at - ," CATHCART'S, - ' J No. 14 Market Square. HANOVER BUCK SKIN GLOVES. A Large Stock at the Lowest Price, at CATHCART'S, _octlS ¦ No. 14 Market gqnare. qbRN AND 0ATJ_3 BOUGHT _AHp gOLD-BY ¦ ,: ' . \, ' , ' _' M.WHEELJ5R.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

The Southern Confederacy , a paper which is famous for - the .very calm and moderate language it uses on every occasion, has a characteristic paragraph concerning Mr. Cobb and Mr. Douglas, the former of whom has been jnaking speeches against _^ the latter. It says: "In the five speeches made by Me: Cobb in his hasty tour through Georgia, he expended his force and - expended his fund of destruction in misrepresenting Mm who soars in eiherial space , far beyond the range and timid flitting of _ttoiRffht qame." > V-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

The latest accounts from Japan represent the Japanese, full_, of excitement at the news of the reception of their Embassy in the United States, which was carried_^ out from San Franoisco by the Japanese steamer. The .people of Japan could not _understand how dinners should cost $3 a-piecV in ' the TJnited States, or how their Ambassadors could stow away food amounting to such- a price. When they hear of the Ambassadors' eating and drinking in Philadelphia and New_^York, they, will,be still more surprised , and especially at the cosHn the-lattercityv

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

_*- _'_^Jb_^ 80N_" QT ABBAHAM LINCOLN ' re cenwy5 " spent a few days at the White Mountains. While,«$here_? afvery enihusiastio demonstration was made, giving him a reception as the "Prince of Rails.jJ A procession was ;fqrmed--to--eseort the "J&inee," and • speeches were* made' to whio_^he made a happy reply. The proceedings- were •'•very ' humorous,-and the "PrinceJ" enjoyed themmucK: They say ihlit _fpr_^_tdry telling and _jrtf/he 'l %* chi P of tBe _oneinal _raiK " " . '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

_^^_ttf _itifferer smiled so lavishly; only _^CniKlof the inmates of that costly mansion had been deprived of one small pleasure amid the many that were constantly hers, and a heart swelling with anger, sullen look* , and unpleasant words were the result. Far down in a lonely alle/, the child with the soiled garments might be seen patiently waiting upon an invalid mother, wfiile, deprived of almost every comfort, She still murmured not, bat was cheerful at-her toil. She knew she would fee no happier to_^ret about her hard lot; it would make her mother's pillow no softer, nor the sun shine any brighter, and she felt that now she was repaid by the smiles of . the angels, for she knew by her Bible ,that they loved thoso of meek and gentle spirit.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

A Copy. Athea. Grove, Sept., 25, 1860. To _Messra: W. R. Orth, James Henderson, 0, D. Weis, C. Nissley and F. C. Earnest. Gbjstlemen :-I have J ust received your letter of the 22nd inst., stating that you have been constituted a committee to interrogate me, and have an unevasive answer, whether in the event of my election to the Legislature, I would vote for the repeal of the Tonnage Tax. My answer is directly no, and would be the same, relative to the Bill cancelling the three million and a half of bonds of the Sunbury.and Erie, which was urged last session. ' * . With much respect I remain , Tours, Truly, Lewis Heck.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 15 October 1860

_wzm 'Mmttmmmts VALUABLE TOWN PROEERTX AT PRIVATE SALE, j mHE UNDERSIGNED offers at private 1_ sale TWO LOTS OF GROUNDsituate in Chestnut streetnear Second, adjoining Dr. John Heisely upon the one side, and J Brisben Boyd upon tbe other, upon each of which is erected a TWO STORY FRAME DWELLING HOUSE, each lot measuriug in width 21 feetand depth 105ieef. For terms, &c.y apply to George Cankle, merchant tailor. octlStf , - ELLEN J. Me WILLIAMS. L L OST.—A black velvet bodice was lost several days ago on Front street. A liberal reward will be given for its return to W. O. HICEOE It Chestnut Street.

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