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

:. .v ;¦ Z, _<we#: prices \ ¦ ;¦;;' rPHE. fcJUBSCRIBERS having succeeded X. to the WHOLESALE AND_^RETAIL GROCERY BUSI 1JESS of Messrs. GROSS & KUNKEL, at_»_WJtLNOT STREET WHARF, would. respectfully announce to the citizens of ' _Harrisburg and vicinity, that the/ are pre pared io offer for sale a large and complete assortment 01 Groceries, Provisions, : , _t Fish Salt;, ' . " .. ' Grain, . Eton*. : Hopes, in.fpceat variety, uueensware, ' _faints ' s _OUss ' ¦ '-_< Fnnd, •Glass, _^_StWtB _, - _; Cement, : &&. a« Our Large SPRING STOCK, purchased in Philadelphia and New York, and now_^ arriving, has been selected with _. muchcare, ana will present great inducements to _vrSP^' h?* fo kc«P_^IKSP-CLASS GOODS, and- WILI NOT;BE UNDERSOLDand hope by _hcjnoraule _™ eallneto merir&nd receive a _sh>re or patronage. * g ; mar34-d!tf: t_. _, . ; ¦ _, .,, . , -, vA._ROBUJSON kCO

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

1860. 18iSO. JJ _ortherii 0 eiiteal Railway; 1 fOTiaB ; | _CHANGE OF SOHEDULk UN AND AFTER SUNDAY, _M_^Y 27 tli_, I860, the Passenger Trains on the Northern Central" fcatiway will leave _Barrisburg as follows :— GOING SOUTH. :,'.EXPRESS TRAIN Will leave at. 1.4O A. M. . ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will leave at..7.3O A. M. MAIL TRAIN will leave at................1.00 P.M. G O IK G ~~ N O RTH. MAIL TRAIN- will leave at !..1'»O R. M. XPRESS TRAIN wjllleave at ~ . 9.33 P. M b.e " ouly Trifiis leaving Hamsburg on Sunday will be e EXPRESS TftAlN at 1.40 A. M., going South, and tho _^Rfc&sTRAIN at 9.32 P. M.. going North. For further information apply at the Office, in Penn'a _ailroad Depot. JOHN W. HALL, Agent. Harrteburg, May 26,186O.-ma26-dtf

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

_MACKEKEajr(Nps. 1, 2 _wa 3.) * -SAliMONi (very Btiperibr;) SHAD, (Mess and very fine.) . - HERRING, "(extra large.) ' COD FISH. - ¦ ':l 'i 'i¦ ¦¦¦'¦ ' ¦•- SMOKED HERK[_NG//(extra Digby.) • SCOTCH BpERRLNa. ¦ ¦ SARDINES AND:_ANCHOVIES. I ¦ Of the above we have Mackerel in whole, half, quar*_- ter.and eighth bbla. 'Herring in whole and half hbls_. - The enure,lot inw—j)ibsci:ikom thk _nsmooBs: and will seU them at the loweBt market rates; , Se P13 • WM. DOCK JK. & CO. C PARTICULAR _ATTENTIOIT _WP all,persons ..d_^_Biring Blank Books of f any size or kind, irom the smallest Pass Book to the largest Blank Book manufacture_^ is respectfully so-Prmted and Euled Blank BppJ_^, and every conceivable odd sized Blank Booksmade ntq br4er at short notice.— Books and pamphlets of all kinds bound in wy desired sytles of binding, at. . . * "*¦ """ -,;.. ... - •BERGNEE'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE, »y26 .,. ,, 61 MarketBtr«

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

STRAWBERRIES! _mHfi PRESENT WEATHER id Highly f it" : lavbrab * le for planting _Strawberries_^ ana _W done, . soon _«, fair_,crop of/fruit, sufficient to cover too cost of plants and _plauting_, ' may W expected next ' _seasos — Upwards'or_' ' .-*' t&r.'K'-.- \, «-,_^ i._tw a.i|Hii-j _, .-.-;¦/ v.5 100_,_y_^RIETIE_§_-r ,, , l_^atlwandForelgn,hayel)_eeniteptecL hytheaub8criber, and, after having rejected many, titfs ' ab ' le ' fo _' ftirniBh ail :that' are really desirable , in any quantity:.antRat fair prices. .-.•-. ,, , , ¦ : i ¦ ' ; ( . _' ... . _ADyiOE GIVEN, ' :.:_' _" _aa to choice of varieties, preparation of soil ana afterculture.: ,lf; de_^red, he will, Xorji reasonable«oiupeQaa tion, "' . _" ~ fePLANT-B10S, _* _*S"d warraating good-eropi'erth_' e best fruit. •• > _Fori the accommoditi6n.6f-the _public: he-Jwill have plants for sale in tbe . _^ "" LOWER ; lliRKirfHOCfSB_5 _< on "Tuesday and'Friday e _vwdihgB and _Wodnesuay and Harrisburg, August 20...

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

PHILADELPHIA AHD BEADING RAILROAD RFDUCTION OF PASSENGER FARES. On and alter MOK-DAY, APRIL. 3d,; I860. COMMUTATION TICKETS TX7ITH 26 CoupoBB_, will be issued bef V tween any points desired, good for the holder or any member of his family, in any Passenger, train, and at any time—at 25 per cent, below the reqdlab iabbs. Parties having occasion to vise the Road frequently on business or pleasurewill find the. above arrangement convenient and economical; ' as Four Passenger, trains run daily eaoh way between Reading and Philadelphia, and Two Trains daily between Reading, _Pottsville ana _Harrisburg. On Sundays, only one morning train down_, and one afternoon train up, runs between Pottsville and Philadelphiaand no Passenger train on the Lebanon _failey Branch Railroad. For the above Tieketeor any information relating thereto, apply to S. Bradford, Esq., Treasurer, Philadel phi», to the respective Ticket Agents on tho line, or to ' 6. A. NIOOLLS, arZ8-dtf Gen'l Supt

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

STORAGE, COMMISSION BUSINESS. _fTlflE subscribers have leased, the eiten-J. sive Warehouses and Railroad track formerly occupied by the Philadelphia afid Reading' Railroad company asa freighting dopajtment, No. 248 North Broad street_, and will transact a GENERAL STORAGE, ' FORWARDraG AND COMMISSION BUSINESS, in connection with the Foreign and Domestic Shipping and Produce at 128 Walnut ' 8treet. : •... "i They are prepared to receiveship and forwardin land or by water, all merchandise and produce which may be offered, _storago capacity 26,000 barrels, with every convenience, for receiving and discharging Warehouse receipts will be given for all property on storage,,with bills of landing,for shipment. Consignmsnts of _merchandize and produce to our ad dress will receive prompt attention. .: . I:; .v ,: ¦ ¦¦ _¦ ¦ - .FOWXE, HARRIS & CO. ¦ > J28 Walnut an'd~248 North Broad street. Fht_^lpMa,. AprilM.im.—6md-' ': , '

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

•'- & NEW i,OT' OP _^ - LADIES'_^ _SHOPPING_^ & _^TI_^VELtNCr- BAGS _-_^_mp_^g: a _number _^ of newBtylesGENTS' and LA DIES' Money Purses'MdWalle ' ts. ' iflne assortment just received and-lor sale at .1 ..: _, . " BERGNER'S CHEAP. _BOOKSIOBK_, "" ' ' "¦¦'' ¦ ' ' 51 MarketStree i HtoOW-W_^BE _tOUNIJEY, - _PHILADELPHIA. >-_*_%_» i iatBOTT '& N'C^^_EiS _jTANUFACTURERS of the most approved stylo of .STOVES of _eyery description. Sample and Sale Booms—j_^-248 Water Street, New Yerk.' " i - !•_-_;-: ;¦ . J»T.410=_Brqwn Strpet, JPhiladelphia, - N. K—Send for Catalogue. " " ¦ _,jy27-d

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

WALTER G. WHITEMAN, ' _¦ '<:¦ ' -, .i :-:. DBALBK El ¦ ' • ; _clIUE GrEOOEEIES _^ J». W_;_s COiyVER ..Wth AND ARCH STS. _^_IMIOBTER OP CROSS _8l BLACKWELL'S _ETOtTSH PICpLS _ftl) _JS_^WES Particular attention paid tb B_^_lectltig FINE TEA3 AND CdPFJEJES '¦ -¦•" :, ' ¦: ¦; ¦ '¦';• ¦ _teo_^j&A&jitti&s. ': "." ": * SUGABS always at'Reflhcr_?' prices? Choice W|Nk LIQUORS and SBGAR8--of the _bcSt brands always hand;.:,. ' ¦ _¦ ¦ . ¦- v. - -._*., ' ¦• ¦;- . --.. ¦ ;.v: >? ; _; • ;aw7-lyd

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

TAKE NOTICE That we have recently added to pur already full stock OF SEGARS, &A _NORIUATIS, - HAfil KAR1. - Eli MONO, 1.A BANANA. OF PERFUMERY FOR THE HANDKERCHIEF. TURKISH ESSENCE, ODOR OF MUSK, LUBIN'S ESSENCE BOQUET. .__ FOR THE'HAIR.

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

ALL THE NEW BOOKS AS FAST as published will .be foimd for sale at BEBGNBR'S CHEAP_'BOOKSTORE. avolsa , that are wanted and not oa band will be procured at publishers usual prices. ' ' ¦ ' The _^ largeet ftssortment of STANDARD, _RBtlCHOUS, _rasOLOGlCAL, SCIENTIFIC, HISTORICAL and _lUSDsC LANBOUS BOOKS iu the city, many of which will be _BOld _^ much BELOW PUBLISHER'S PRICES, ' will be found for sale at - _ ¦ ¦ ¦ :;; ' - _^: i, T_^ JBERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTOR_^W Market St. _.WCall and examine the stock. my29 ¦ UU&iwL HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES FOR THE PEOPLE. HEAR WBAT THE PEOPLE SAY. The undersigned hav ing used Prcfesor HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC HOMCEPATHICRRMEDIES in our famlUes with the most satisfactory results, and having tall confidence hi their genuineness, purity and efficacy, cheerfully re commend them them to all persons who wish to have safe, reliable, and efficacious remedies at hand lor private or domestic use. ¦ The Rev. Wm. Hosmer, editor of _«The ...

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

S_^^ FOR SALE! _^ _; EVEN ACBES'OP _TUMWi_^S on , Pennsylvania Avenue and tho Asylum ' Road. For artlculars enquire of GEO.-W.-POBTfiB. sll-lmd ' _«_j • _JEListtliautovLs. DR. TOWNSEND'S COMPOUND EXTRACT OF S A R SA PARILLA, is The Great Eenovator of Til BLOOD. THE SOVEREIGN EEMEDT FOB EBUPTIOJV_^ _^ OF THE SKIN, ULQERATED SOEES, AND" ALL FORMS OF CUTANEOUS . ¦ ¦ ¦ . : DISEASES; These complaints can be speedily and effectually cured by the use of this' , • " WORLD RENOWNED SAB M#AR I L LA. Thousands have experienced'its salutary, effects, and tens bf/_ffiousandihave witnessed it, until' ifnas ceased to be/a question among the intelligent.portion of the con munity.. ,. »\ ,\-j ?- _. • , . .: ; 'Wfien theBloodb ' edomes'Hfeless and stagnant,eithe froin the _' .eiHccts offspring weather, change of climaty _waat of exercise, the use of a uniform saUne diet, or anil other cause •*this compound Extract of _Sarsaparilla, wi kbnew theBtbOD,_7 carry off: the putrid humors, cleahsb th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 16 October 1860

"Written for the Telegraph,J ROAD-SIDE _OBIGINALS.--N0. 3. BIIiT M 00T How much food for mirth and-recreatioB might be supplied; if ihe worlds originals were ' preserved among the archives of literature and ' art ( from one generation to the other. The *great proportion of humanity in form and character is made over pretty much, the same lattj'hui now and then in every circle of life -from the highest to the lowest; von meet with 'an original; not a counterfeit endeavoring affectedly to .earn the, tobrimut_; of an eccentric, bat a bonified "Simon pure," as he or she came from the plastic and mysterious hand itself. Every grade of suciety has furnished ito primliive types; and as such, John Randolph fignrgdin politics, Ethan Allen in war, and th_$ inimitable Franks in jurisprudence, and though the theatre of his operations was at the base ot ' the ladder, there was no one of taste and dis crimination wbo knew Billy McCoy, that would have* questioned his title to the Tank of a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 16 October 1860

Mldlcal _FbTjohnson, BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL. H as discovered the most certain, speedy and effectual remedy in the world for DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE snuxF in an to iwnvi HotM. No Mercury or Noxious Drugt. 49- A Com Warranted, ok mo _Chabgi, im from On to TWO DATS-». Weakness of the Back or Limbs, Strictures, Palm in the Loins, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Organic Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the _Physical Powers, Dyspepsia Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas palpitation of the Heart, Timidity, Tremblings. Dimness el light or Giddiness, Disease of the Stomach. Affections ol the Head, Throat. Nose or Skin—those terrible disorders arising from the Indiscretion or Solitary Habits of Youth—those dreadful _anddestructtve practices which produce constitutional debility , render marriage _Impteilble, and destroy both body and mind. • YOUNG MEN. Young men especially-who havo become the victims ot ¦oUtaryVico, that dreadful and destructive _biforwnlob annually _swoep...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 16 October 1860

LIFE FILLS _AUD PH0EHIX BITTEES. r-f-AHESE MEDlCINESJ have now been be-JL fore the _publicltf apenod of THIRTY YEARSand during that time, have jnaintalncd a _hlghxharacter in-almost ' every part of the Globe, for their extraordinary and immediate power of restoring perfect health* to persons suffering under, nearly every kind of disease to which the humari'franfe li liable:' The following aieamong the distressing variety of human diseases m which the VEGETABLE LIFE MEDICINES ilre well known to be infallible. ' pYSPKPSLAby thoroughly cleansingthe first and second stomachs, and creating a flow of pure, healthy bile, instead of the stale and acrid kind; F1.ATUtfCSCKLoss of Appetite, _Heratburn, Headache, Best _lessness, Ill-Temper, Anxiety, Languor and Melancholy, _^f hlch are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will van lih,- _as,a natural consequence _oflts cure. 1 CUsTITBfiBSBby cleansing tne whole length of -the intestines with a solvent process, and without vio- I {FJ&'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 16 October 1860

PKOF. ADOLPfl P. TEUPSER, tXTOULD respectfuUy inform his'old 1 ^^^ SP*018 _Ptt_^e fenera lly,iitot h» wfli_" _jrftlnue fo _r give instructions on the PIANO FORTE, MEODEON, VIOLm and also in the science1 of TH0K0UGH ASS. Hewillw'th pleasure waiUupon. pupils at their omartrt any hour "desiredor lessons will be given at Is t residencem .Third "street, atifew doors' beknr the erman Reformed Church. declb-dtf AUGUSTINJB L. CHAYNE. _GAREENTER AND BUHiDER. Residence No. 27 Jfcrth Second Sired. ' ' N. B_^-JOBBING A11ENDEDT0. i>2gd&, " _^ ! ';B_> _, - BOOKS 'AN D SCH O OL I _^ STATIONERY. !A -L 1 llC Sc _^°o_1 Books and Statiqnery in Xu tin _tLc public and select schools of our city will 9 foui . '(i salt at CHEAPEST PRICES, at _> " 1 Bl RGNER'd CHEAP BOOKSTORE, my-18 _> ei'Martcetsteeet_/ | _nto_$ _Hastings A LL kinds of Iron Castings made to or* !JL der,_of the very best stock , and all Castings pickled i remove the sand and scale. We hare the best...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 16 October 1860

I JUDSOS.'Sa j ' Mountain Herb Pills. rraE_/_ipYSAto_* _»_p_440_»niiJ[ic«pr4r of '_!&&_* I son'sMountainHerb Pills,''has _^_pent . the greater part _oY hjs life in travelling, _Aavmg jisited _^ neftrly eyejry cduntry'in the _' world He spent over six _yearajunon toe Rocky Mountains and of Mexico, and it was thus that _Uje "MomnUiiN-HsRB Pols" were discovered.-~A-ver yinjtereeting account of _hisadyentures there, you will find lri our Almanac and Pamphlet *~ lit is-an _estobliBhed fact; that a)l diseases arise from 1 • ¦ ffl * t' uunw_«UH)iii if i •*•-' _' ' The blood is the life I and when, any foreign or un _^ healthy matter gets mixed with it, it is once _distrbated_/ta, efer ' y organ-of_^tne bp dy.. Every pervefeels the .poison' and all the vital _organs .quickly compjahi. _The_.'stomach _l w\ll not .digest " the food perfectly. Tho _>liver _ceasesito secrete a sufficiency of bile. The action, of the heartis weakened, .and so _o the _circulation is feebl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 16 October 1860

_Mmtllantons. _ __ ,- __-_-_ j_u jjLWWuuuj jyjju-j-f HEIL,MB,OL,p'S_, GENUINE _PBEPIeATION_, HELMBOLP8 BUGHU for the'BIadder. HELMBOLO'S BUCHU tor the Kidneys, HbXMBOLD'S BUCHCI ior _^he Gravel. HBLliBOtD'S BuCHU ior the Dropsy. HKEMBOLD'3 BtJCHtT for Nervousness. J_» HBLMBOLD'S BUCHU for Loss of Memory.! HttLMBOLD_' _sS BUCHU for Dimness ol Visio . _HSLMBOLrrS _BUCHfl ior Diffloult _BreattUng. HELMBOLD'd BUCHU for Weak Nerves.! HBLMBOLD'ff-BUCHU far _GeneraXDebOlty HfiXMB01J)'S BUCHU for Universal Lassitude. _HELMBOLT/S BUCHUforHbrrorofCiseise.5 HELMBOLD_>a BUCHU for Night Sweats.: HELMBOLD'S BUCUU for _Wakemlness. HBLMBOLD'S BUOHU for Dryness of_< the Skin. HBLMBOLD'S BUCHU for ErUDtlons HELMBOLD'S BUCHU forPain m the Back. HBLMBOLD'3 BUCHU for Heaviness of the Eyelids, with Temporary Suffusion aid, LO38 of _Sightr HELMBULD'S _BTJCHU ior Mobility and Restlessness, with Want or,_AUention and Horror of Society. HDLMBOtD'S _BUCHli for Obstructions. BBLMBOLD'S BUCHU ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 16 October 1860

) Miscellaneous. Dyspepsia Remedy _. DK: DiRIUS _' Hll_'S'_/. AROMATIC INVIGORATING 8_PIRIT. ihxs Medicine luu been used by Out puVhc for six ytdrs ,% with increasing favor. It w recommended to Own $ Dyspepsia, JNervousncssS art-Burn, _OoUc Pain*, i Wind in ihe Stomach , or Fa _ns in the Howe . ,_a ' Headache, Drowsaua _, Sidney Ocm_? ' plaints, Law Spirits Ddvrivm Tremens, Intemperance. -1MULATBS , _EZSUABAXESOr iS_\ _GOBAZES , BUT , wnx not iwroxicATB oV&tcpkf % :A-S A MEDICINE it is quick < nd effectu_^ Jr3t*al, curing tnemost _aggravating ca4e o ' Dyspepsia, Kidney Complaintsand all , other derange _, ent ol the Stomach and Bowelsin a speedy manner ' _«f i It will instantly revive the most melaticb ly and. drooping spirits, and restore the weak , nervous and sickK l_^r to health, strength abd vigorv ' Persons who, from-the injudicious use of liquorshave' beoome dejectedand their nervous systems shattered,' constitutions broken downand subject to that horrible cu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 16 October 1860

ra oasby. v johh:w. bbcwn. ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW HARIU8B0R&>; PB^^'A.1 ]_3AYJNG> associated' togetner in the J _].„ practice ol, the, Law, will attend faithfully-and pi omptly _tohtirproressional business entrusted to their cure..-/ V' *¦> ' _i ' * > i _~ l -I • i tofflce in Third street three doors.from Market j N. Hi O6B8_Uiwtlon& in _Kngliah ahU German. ,8)ILF VER ' _PLAl_' T,*;it WARE - " ' ' l L ,BT ' -_1 HAEYET "FILLET, f * i , No.l22Siilnrket_«treet,PmiAi«UBiA, Mknufacturer of fine * . , { * NICkKL' SIL$£R;Bntl SILVER PLATER of i EOUKSSPOQNfl _^ LADLES, BUTTER WIVES, * j _CASTORl ' TEA SETS"URNSKETTLES, _VfrAlfEESMBUTilEBaHSHfcS, lCEMTCHJSB_^ CAKE BASKETa-OOMJtqNIONWAREL _v i1 _CUPSi _MUGSJ_^_OBLEIS_, &cT_^J With, * _general i^<JrUneJit,»amprisinginor»c6tt_^fte bet 31 ably, made ol the beumateriaU and J_^_etmty plated, cod! Itltuflngt 'fliemVJ _^ _±h<l ** *>- • _^V 7 _rrifrr;n * < ; Serviceable and. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 16 October 1860

;>' BOIRHAVE'S HOLLAND BITTERS 1 THE CELEBRATES-HOLLAND REMEDY_^ FOR _DYSJPEPSIA, DISEASE OP THE _ELDTOYS _^ IilVJER. COMPL.AINT, _WEAKNESS OF ANY KIND, FEVER AND AGUE, And the various affections consequent upon a disordered STOMACH OR LiVEik, _Tsncn_'aB indigestion, Acidity or ma Bwiuam, v_>_uuci.y PainsHeartburnsLoss of Appetite, Despondency, CostlvenessBlind and Bleeding Piles.' >> In an Nervous, Rheumatic, and Neuralgic AffectionB, it hag in numerous instances proved highly beneficial, and in others effected a decided cure. ' " _ This is a purely *_vegeta hie cbmp_^_ihd, prepared on strictly 8cieutl%prmclple8, after thedmannerof.tne celebrated _HoJIaud ProfessorBoeihave. Its reputation at home pr_' oducea -its introduction here, the demand commencing w}th those of the Fatherland _scattered over Wxi face of this migfity countrymany_^of whom brought with them and handed down "the traailionfof i{s vaitie.' It it now offered to the America* puttroTcntnc...

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