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

Irom Profits, ana which win be derived from the increased Capitol Stock under the l_^te amendments to the ct of Incorporation, render _,_tha further continuance ol the _GuaranteelOSpital'nmfeeessary, therefore be' U—\ ResolvedThat the Guarantee Capital be discontinued and the Notes representing the same be delivered up to the-makers, thereofas soon as the Risks taken during the »riod embraced hi said Notes shall have determined. _w ' DIBEOTOBS: " 'illiam Martin, ; James O. Handj WilliamSyre_^rr. wephH. Seal Theo.Panlding, James Tennsnt, _Imund A. _Souder, Dr. R.,M. Huston, i. B.M'f arland, JbhnO. Davifl' Hugh'Oraig, Wm. 0. LMwte, Bobert'Borton, 8. _MTHvain, Thomas C. Hand, John R. Penrom, _CharlcsKeuey, JoshuaV, Eyre, _GJeorgeCl.Leiper, SamuelB. Stokes, Jacob P. Jones, award Darlington, HenryBloan, J.?.Logan,Pitt'g ' . Jones Brooke, ¦ Jameir _Traqualr, D. T. Morgan, ' 7i F. Peniston, ¦» _^ -> *¦ • J. B. _Semple, ' < - WILLIAM.MARTINpresident. ,7 8 THOMAS 0. HAND, Vic...

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

_JKT OS _X_*_T FAMILY DBUG STORE. T HE UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED a Wholesale and Retail Drug and Prescription Store, In the Iron Front Building, No. 128 Market streetlately occupied by Mr. Eby wehre can be found an entire new stock of Fresh and fare Drugs, Perlumery, Soai- COA1 OILCOAL OIL LAMPS, Burning Fluid, Ale (hoi Patent _Meulclnes, Stationery, Fancy Articles, &o. _%>. We have the agency for the sale of Kline 's Celet- jdArUficial Teeth, to which We would invite the a'_^_p_^s of Dentists. By strict attention to businessand deenro to please, we respectfully aik a share of Publlo _Peonage. _, Q. W. _MTXES. N. B.—Prime Havana Segars and Tobacco constantly en hand. apr6-dly. , , ,. _i _> .. "X _, fcv_, FRANK /A: MUSfR&V_, *^ (Successor to Wm. _Parhtt,) >, *<\ / _. LIVERY & EXCHANGE STABtE_, THIRD -STREET BELOW _MAlllJi lBBJf TTAVIN6 purchased the int_^fi' 6/ J. JCX Q- Adam8 in the establishment, " "jftd_^_pitdb JargB _aadiuons t...

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

. MEW MOURNING GOODS! ' CATH0ART & _BROTHER, < Have now ; open a- large _^assortment of. MOURNING and SECOND MOURNING ______ . r silks, 1\ - * _HANjmEROHIEFS_, VEILS, and _Alif ether goods desirable for Fall and Winter wear. '- * _*1 _*i \No.MJdiff&tSquare,'J} o [ ba2 t ' _J "_^ Ne-ttothe_^garrl8bnfg " Bank. [ C. 0. ZIMMERMAN, BAN_^i_^G, STdCK, BILL J_ND I COLLECTION _OFFICE, , _> No. 28 South Second-St, Harrisburg , BONDS AND STOCKS FOR SALE. 16 or 4,000 Harrisburg Bonds. _, 80 Shares of'j_^_trrisburg . BrjdgeJSompany. , 70- _,*_f ' > ~ l iif-Qaa _o id" * >\ r t 4Qi *» _ * ... r _^Bantr_^ -"- _^ sen* " U ' r

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

_^^.i.uuA_^ 1 > - /B _mp_^fP_" s_^ _^B_^_sl _^M_^_'_^_ttsl_^_P 1_^ _lOKZ Tiuuh GIN AS A _REMEDIAL AGEHT. ' Ibis _DELtadvs TONia simulant, -T7SPE0IALLT designed for the use of the ,lEi Medical Profeuion _aad the Umily, having superseded the so-called i-Gins," "Aromatic" "Cordial," "MedicatedJ*J< Schnapps," etc., is now endorsed by all of the prominent physicians, chemists and connoisseurs, 'as, _possessingbUl of-those'intrinsic medicinal qualities _JtQBlo and diuretic) which belong to_^an oi»and vvpx jBin. Eut'PpIin«(iuart _iotiles _and.E0ld4>y all'drunistB, grocersTetc. . A. M BININ6EB_.& CO., (EBtabliBhed'in 1778.) ' Sole Probrietors. _„{ , _^o. 19 Broad Street, N. Y. _t For sale by W. W,.J&<Hi-Smith.—French, Richards & Co, and all of the prominent wholesale Druggists in _Thfltdelphia_. " " l ' - _sepi7-d*w6m '

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

A~-SCBOQL-BOOK «OU» GOVERN-^_ClL_^fXNT._'_^An explanatory statement of_^uie systemcrthe ' government of the country. By M. M'Klnney. With proper -'hiatorlcaLnotices. The work gives the construction of the ConsUtution of the United State*, and those of th_^severalkr States, asl ' det_^rmined by Judicial _authority or derived irom standar_*1 writers, accord mgUo referencea noted. It is designed for Colleges, _AeatMmies land Schools, and has' b«oa so used- to a considerable _Extent. Jt_< is recommendea ior this'purpose by Jurists, Presidents and ProTessois ofColleres. For sale, at $1 00, by M. M'KINNEY, at Harrisburg Pa. - _sep29 CtOTJND POIiTTrriAL-PRTNnTPr' iEa_^-Tha k_^ ConsUtutionalProvlsfonsT _^and Princfbies " of Gbvernsment, in reference to the political topics of the times .are itotfld1 iahd_'explained, 'from »utb<_fratlvd and correct bourceu tn MfKinney_'s "OUR GOVERNMENT" orCONSTJTimONALMANOAL. _* F_^rsale, at$l 00. byM.M'- _gQTNBY, atHarrisbnrg, Pa. ' ' •' ...

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

_rtteam "^v _^ _^ Having procured Stewn _POTK^^^SS"?** preparedJto &KcUte JOB and BOOK PRlt«i ^_ _desortptFotf. cfieaper that it can be done at _»_W^«. tabltebmentin the con"*^ _^ ^^ _"_«_%- _, Iratbs oiravvtB.nsasa. ¦ mr*onr _liueg or less constitute one. half _square. Eight m i?o more tnan "w constitute a square. ! Hall Square ,oae day.. „ $0 26 . " onew _eek ' .r. " . * ... " . 100 . u onemonth ..., ..,......._«..,.._* _S W _« _H_^80 _111011 _"1 _* ..... ••• ••• 9.W " Six months... * _„ .. -- :~IU--- -.. ¦ .--4 oo one year ' . ' _. .609 i OneFquare oneuay _^ \f' ,0110week V. ""*""*"*' 2 00 ,_» " onemonth ' ... "" 3 00 "--«* ¦ ' _three months . """""" '6 0b i« six mouths . ¦ ._":;:" 80S •• one year.... " io 00 ' •49"Busmess notices _iusertea in the Local column, or before Marriages and Heaths, _FTVB CEN1S PER lu._£ for each insertion. , JKyManiagesand Deaths to be charged as regular advertisements.

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

THE TELEGRAPH IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAT, (8CNDAY3 EtCKFOT,) - BY GEORGE BEEGNEE & CO TERMS.—Sbhojm _Subsomptiow. The Daily Telegraph t3 served to subscribers In the Borough at 6>£ cents per week. Yearly subscribers will be Charged $4.00. ; - •..-.-Wbe__lt akd Sdh-Wokm Tkugkapb. The Tumraph Is also published twice a week daring tne session of the Legislatsreand weekly during the remainder of the year, and _fnrnlsifed to subscribers at the following rates, viz: '¦ : ' _' ' % Single SubDcriberaper year .A 2.00 Ten ' '« _'¦' » .........._».;..- l6 _-°° ihk law or mwaPAFna. it subscribers order the discontinuance of their newspapers, tho publisher may continue to send them unra all arrearages are paid. -.,.-, .• . ¦ ___ ;:¦' ,, If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their jjewspa-. _pers from the office to which they are dif_«I _^£1 £_9!K» responsible until they havsettlod the Mils and ordered thorn rilnfuinttntiMl

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

TOR _JJAM BY JAMESX M. WHEELER. _p?8-dtf \ { A " LAKU-JSassortmenirot Ai'HUMb, ot all, -prices, whfhwilL_^n\| tk6_^.4_«lta>le.-jCHEISTMA8 _^ _forjonr &a y friends, wu be feund_«t_> ' ~.r ? _^ ' _% "* '* "''BEB6NKR'B*-vJI1_EPi 'B0OKSTQBK "_" ' a^^ _iz> v' "" 1i _^ i i«r_^r_^tteS 1 _^T!) _^3E t 'Nr 1*fKT'S-_^Sf_^1 "J - ' ' il. ilanais rs Sri As" t* ' " _Sfrssz , _^. fpHEtrnderBigned; DOCTOR OF iHSNTSiL" 11 SURGERY, has returned and resumed Mb _practloe hTstate street opposite the "Brady House " where be will be pleased to attend to . ail who may desire bis servtees. [sep27] B. M. _OILOEA, D. 9.8.

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

guttlj _Celqpil 1 * HARRISBURG, PA_< _^::h Tuesday Afternoon, October 16, I860; " FOB PRESIDENT: ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS, 'j '_-'- FOR VICE PRESIDENT: _HANNIBAL _HAMLlNv OF,MAINE. ; .ti What has _BeenTAcfiieved by the October Victory. The result of the October election has established;the precedence of Republican principles in Pennsylvania for the'next sixteen jears, but this is not'the most _gratifying achievement of the Republican party in that struggle. That, which claims our attention most, and now inost deserves our gratitude, is the vindication of the labor which has so long been neglected by the politicians Of opposing partjjei. The laboring men and mechanics of _^Pennsylvania never declared a bolder preference for principles, because principle_^as never more fairly presented and discussed. From the Gubernatorial candidate, whose manly declarations of the truth, of Republicanism challenged the admiration and support of hundreds 'and thousands of men who were fo...

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

FEOM OENTEE COUNTY. Correspondence of the _Telegraph. Pleasant Gap , October 15, 186Q. ¦ I have been here in as quiet and secluded a nook as can be found InJbe'Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Shd Kopeii when I _* got here_$liat I would be relieved_^ at least for 'v a few days, from bearing or saying a word on tire ' subject of politics. But I _* was too sanguine in_^_such a hope. Among these hills , where one would _sugpjMe_4he_;yoice' pficontejfding'paitie8..could never penetrate, there seems to,be as much excitement as is so earnestly cultivated in "the capital and cities of the old Keystone State.— Here that excitement is composed of a sentiment instead of a display, as is mostly the case among the rural districts of every,, common weaittt. in-large townsandcities, the people are governed very;often .byj. their * impulses in deciding a preference for'a'candidate 'or maintaining an adherence $0 a principle. In ' the rural districts, men hare more time,'to think, are less cor...

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

p&alKftl aIJJ vbtUUiailll _^ ^" _^ _^j>" ^' _^ jK Q _^ Extensive Goal Oil Worfts Burned. Philadelphia, Oct. 16. The extensive coal oil'works of Messrs; Helme & Co., on . Bridge water street, near Race, in the 24th ward, were totally destroyed by firo last night, together with about 2,500 gallons of oil, tanks, stills, machinery, &c, estimated to be worth from $30,000 to $40,000, up< n which there was no insurance. •' The combustible nature of the building and its contents, prevented any of the property being saved. The firemen were oat in great numbers, but the want of water at this point prevented their services from being of much avail. SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO THE DAILY TELEGRAP H FOREIGN NEWS BY THE ARABIA. 1 HkiifXx/ Oct. 16. The steamship Arabia has arrived. .The principal features of her advices are embraced in the dispatch from Cape Race, published this morning. The -latest dispatches from the seat of war, say that the Piedmontese l...

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

PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD! FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AN0 FROM PHILADELPHIA. The Bridge at Conewago _having been re-built, the Passenger Trains of the _Pennsylvania Railroad. Coxpany will resume their.: former route., On and after MONDAY, OCTOBER 15th, 1860, they will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and Philadelphia as !* oUow>>^ EASTWARD. THROUGH . EXPRES&TBAIN leaves HarrUbarg at 1.16 a. m. and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.10 . a. m. FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 6.16 a. m., every MAIL TRAIN leaves Barrisburg at 1.00 p. m., arrives _^t WestPhiladtelphUat5.00p.m. ' ' THese _traiigmake dose connection at _Pniladefphia with tbe New York-Lines.. , > :. MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TEAIN, No. 1, _leives at 6.60 a. m, Mt. Joy at 8.02, and connects.at, Lanca;teT at 8_^0 with Lancaster Train, arriving at West Philadelphia at 12.10 p.m. « - * ' --_" * HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN-leaves at 3.60p. m., ColraiDU.at--6.16, aod _' anrivesat W&t Philadelphia...

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

JKzm 'Mmtfxstmmts. _' T?fFrEMENS' AND CITIZENS1 GrRAND DRESS BALL, tOE THB VBSSm OF _XBB FRIENDSHIP FIRE COY'S., NO. 1, STEAMER , * _U TO _BB _GITBJf AT ' _^ BRANT'S CITY HALL _OBT THB EVBNINGOEVOCTOBER_»S_, I860. MAWAOBRS: _O. Earnest, S. S. Child,- H.Schlayer, Wm. Ha_^hnlen, C. P. Malloy, H. McGowan_; D. E.Rudy, .. L. Weaver, W. Weaver, Geo. V.Corl, - H. Praley, - J; Berrifr J. Barkbart, J. Green, C. MacDowell, Wm. Lescure, ' FLOOR VAK1CEI: v t r., _i , H. C. Shaffer. * . * - a 8 s 1 s t a .via: J. P. Rltner, J. Long, Firemen are requested to attend the ball in equipments. TICKET- $1.00, to be had of the Managers, and at the principal hvuels. : . "¦ -oca«( _. dm LITERY STABLES. BLACKBERRY ALLEY, W THE REAR OF HERB'S HOTEL. 1 i ' ¦ - THE undersigned has re commenced the livery business _>n his NEW and SPACIOUS STABLES, located us above, with a. large and" varied stock of HORSESOARBIAGES*aini OWNrBUSES, which he will hire at moderate rates. , " F. _«v. _SWARTZ. _seD28...

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

JOftD !2lcn)_frti5_*mmts PUBLIC SALE " . : ' l • ,«r I' & \ _TAIiUABtE_, _|EAt _" _ESijAlI IN THE OilT- C)?1 HABB_^_WIBCr_^ _;. Will ' bff exposed to public sale at the "UNION HOUSE/' Now kept byBenjamir Buck, Esq., In the city of Harrisbur_«. - , at 7 o'clock, P. M., on 1 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 _.nor_^h 62 feet 6 inches; _t>y lot No. 158 on the east; by Blackberry alley on the southand by lot No. 156 on the west extending from _Market street Jn, said city>& Blackberry-alley. ' 210 feet, as per deed of Christian _Kdnkeiy executorsto said Louis Brown, dee'd. Said lot being numbered in the general plan ot said town no i city, with the number 167. The said lot has has erected upon it atwoVEo ' ry B,EICK TAVEBN House anu three-story back building, with a large nev frame stable in the rear of the ...

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

UP TOWN! . PATENT WEIGH CARTS! _TJTOR vhe convenience of my _nnmerous up J j to-vn _oustomers, I have established, in connection with my old yard, a BRANCH COAL' YARD, OPPOSTF _NORTHSrREET, on 'a line with the Pennsylvania Canal, having the office formerly occupied by Wm. R. Harris where consumers or coal in that vicinity and YBBBEKETOWN can receive their coal by the PATENT WEIGH CARTS without Extra _Ceasob fob _HAtmma, and in any quantity they may desire , as low as can be purchased anywhere. 5,000 TONS COAL ON HAND, . OF LYKEN8 VALLEY AND WLLKE8-BARRE, OF ALL SIZES. JtSSrfTutna to Maintain _Pair: _Phicm, but UNWILLING TO BB UNDERSOLD BT ANT PAEIIIS. AST All ooal forked up and delivered clem, and free from all impurities, and the best article mined. Orders received at both yards will be promptly filled, and all coal delivered by the PATENT WEIGH CARTS. COAL sold by boatcar load, single, half or third of tOHB, and by th,_eT>_ushel. . JAMES M. W H _JMTiTCR . _Harrisburg, Oct...

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

FALL OF I860. SllOOND OPENING OF FALL AND WINTER _aQfcjEt,-_*" &oox>m_} WE hare jnst received a large and varied assortment of DRY GOOD3, of every _descriptton, to which wo invite tho attenuon of purcbasers, . _Ooened this morning, at *^^ CATHCART & BROTHERS. No. 14 Market Square_^ . - Next door to the Harrisburg Bank- ANOTHER EXCITEMENT In making selections among the large and _handiome pekof * _Squam Bbooa Shawls, _Losw Chb« Lais Bbooa _Soawis, . : NlW STTti SQUARK BIASMI SHAWI_% Scrkb Loire . so no Bxal Scotch Plaid no ¦ : i, ' * dusskld«s7 do ' ' ¦ _~ Ail Kinds of Misses' Shawls. DRESS GOOPSI Delaines, Merinos, Poplins. ValenciasParamettas, Plain Merinos, Plaids, Velour Heps, CashmeresSilksTraveling GoodsChintzes Handsome Flg'd Cashmeres, _Snlferino, Shade of Mexico, - _Lavellas, Ejneliae ClothsMohair*, Superb Figured Merinos, ¦Famine ClothsLustres, Madonnas - Everything new, desirable and _nood. we _cansupply at the lowest rates. CATHOART & ...

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

A GREAT VARIETY OF . JL_* Jkm Jau Jtri. -JL JctS 9_'_y AND DAILY POCKET _. JOURNAI_^ FOR 1861: .. . _| For sale at 10 cents and upward" In price at ' ' , n _ * . *_' ' _BERGNEKJS CHEAP BOOKSTORBf- -hoct3 . , , . ;5Ji, Market _Street. ATTENTION _s OF - THfi LADIES ,-* . Is requested to the NSW and SUPERIOR Make of _] "SKELETON _SKIBTIB_," • '> ' TKENC_^ PATTERN. NO CLASPS, An artide> to which there can be no objection m,ade. ALL SIZES, run _' ning in 13,19, 2227>_t 30, 35, 40, 45 and .60 Springs E or sale ONLY at , .? I Ci_^aCABT * SBOTHEB,. "" No. 14 Market Square next door to the _Jarrlsburg Bank. BIBLES! BIBLES!!; J A Lar_^e and thoroughly complete stock of 1 BIBLES, _COMPBISING EVERY _VABIEEY From the Smallest Pocket to the largest sized and _fuiesi FAMILY BIBLES,, !' Has jnst been purchased-and received-fro m thePa _fl Trade Sales. Having purchased thea&at >' ' KXTJtiEittEl.Y 1_.OW KATBS_, _u they will be sold at a very small advance. - &a...

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

RARE CHANCE FOR INVESTMENT. VaISJ&BLE HOTEL PBOEBRTT In the City of Harrisbnrg. TEAT well-known and valuable hotel pr operty known as' tbe ' "STJSQUEHANNA HOUSE," now In the occupancy of Wm. If ocherman , situate on the east end Of Market street, and immediately _opposite the Pennsylvania Railroad Depotwill be offered at PRIVATE SALE until the 4th or December next, ands f not sold before that time, will be put up at public aucton on that day. This is the most desirable property in the city of Har rlsburgfor hotel bus _iriess. Its proximity to the Pennsylvania. Railroad Depot, and the Depot of all tbe rail* roads centering at Harrisburg,makes it more convenient andaccessible to the traveling public than any other Hotel _. ln the city. Further information in regard to this property and as to the terms of sale, may be had by applying to WM H. UIIXEB_, _ . Attorney-at-Law i«orth cor. Market Square, (WyeUi'_a Building,) second story Iront. . • octl-dAw EJNTJSKPK_1SE AAD UGHTN...

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

BARGAINS FOR THE SEASON, * A X JONE'S STORE, Just received and _Receiving!; _rfrom_^Philadelphla _" lad ' '- * . " * New Tori, *"_' . * B _ARGAD_^adn Silks of all kmdfor _cashT ; * - • BARGATNS-in Shawls, ofall kinds, for duh. '? 1 BARGAINS in Cloaks and Talmas of all kinds, for cash. BARGAINS in PUld Dress-Goods, or all kindsfor cash. BARGAINS in every variety of Seasonable Dress Goods/for cash. J v • _" BARGAINS _inBlankets_, ofall kinds, for cash. . BARGAINS _iifall kinds of Flannelsfor cash: - . BARGAINS in Carpetu-e of Oil Cloths&c, for cash. And BARGAiliS in all kinds of Dry Goads usually kept in Steres; and a choice from a very large, well selected stock, for cash, at JONES' STORE, _octlO _, , ~ Market Street, Barrisburg. VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY . AT PRIVATE SALE. mHE UNDERSIGNED offers at private X sale TWO LOTS OF GROUNDsituate in Ohestnnt ¦treeVnear-Second<*djoinlng Dr. John Heisely upon the one side, and J Brisben Bpyd upon the_.other, upon aacb of which...

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

BEBGKIE'SOHEAPBOOKSTOEE, 51 MABKET STREET , IS THE CHEAPESr PLACE IN THE CITY TO QBT " : SCHOOL BOOKS • • AND SCHOOL STATIONERY, Comprising all. the various READING AND SPELLING BOOKS ARITHMETICS ALGEBRAS, ' GRAMMARS, ETYMOLOGIES DICTIONARIES. HISTORIES, • . _f PWLOSOPBLK3 , and all the SCHOOL BOOKS used in the various Public and Private Schools, ef the City, together with COPY AND COMPOSITION BOOKS LETTER , CAP and NOTE PAPER, BLANK BOOKS, SLATES, _ ¦ LEAD AWDSLATE PENCILS TENS AND HOLDERS, INK _ft INKSTANDS , RULERS and tbe most complete assortment or SCHOOL STATIONERY constantly on hand and for sale at THE LOWEST PRICES o».AXT'rlAbB in the city at BERGNMR'g CHEAP BOOKSTORE, 51 Market _Strest. 49"Iibsral discounts made to teachers and dealers: Any article riot on band promptly furnished without ext.-a chareeV ' _sep24

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