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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

STEAM PRINTING OFFICE, Having procured Two Adams Power Presses, we are prepared to execuw JOB aud BOOK PRINTING of every description, cheaper than it can be done at aiiy other establishment in the county. RATES OF ADVJSRTISING: _J_^Four lines or less coauUtnte one-half square. Efg hi lines or more than four constitute a square. Half Square, one day $o 25 " one week i oo « onemonth 2 00 " three montns a 00 " six months. 400 •• one year. 500 One Square, one day so « oneweek 200 " one month 3 Of •? three months..... 6 00 " six months. 8 00 " eneyear 10 00 _MBf Business notices inserted in the Local coiamn, 0* befiftre Marriage* and Deaths, FIVE CENTS PER HNS tat each insertion. 49-MarriaRes and Deaths to be charged as regulaf advertisements.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

_Mismiaxuans ;^_%Parasols & Umbrellas, 6J. MARKET SOTARE, 6i. _HARRISBUEG. rpBLE subscriber respectfully informs the I public that he has established a manufactory of UMBRELLAS. ?ARASOLS, WALKING CANB3 AND RIDING _WfflPS_, at the above address. After many years' experience in the business as a practical man he can with confidence state that orders for any of the above! montfohed goods uitrusted to him will meet with duch attention as will give _aa_<l3f»ctlon to his patrons. Fancy floods repaired ft always on hand, (As well as what he produces l_^_lniselfe). • ' Philadelphia, _ITew York, English, French and German Goods. M. H. LEE, Proprietor. N. B.—Particular and prompt attention given to the repairing and covering of Umbrellas and Parasols. un4-dly . ' .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

BEAD ! BEADUy rpHE following Da ily Papers dan always A be had at BKRGNKR'S Cheap Book Store, by the single copyor when persons desire it we wlll_^erve any or all of them at their _resldenoes, pack and Bend by mailor forward by railroad to. agents on the various small towns in the vicinity of Harriaburg i ' ' - The Ledger, News, Forney's Press, Evening Bullefcin_, Daily Telegraph, Baltimore Son, . *. Clippere New York Herald, * Tribune, Times. Harrisbnnr. I860

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

ESTABLISI*SD l_«O7. •3? IE -JMl Jl 1ST _W ' S _CELEBEATESD AND _^_T8_T._TApT.ie PAIHTS, COLORS. ZINCS, WHITE LEA1}& L and VAENI8_j£ES_^ may be obtained from- the Principal DRUGGISTS and Paint Dealers throughout the United £tate_% Canada* and West Indies or of the Manufacturer D. «. TIEMANN &.00., 128 * Wilnam Street, jiEW YOKK. trench Liquid Dryer, Chrome Greena, French _Hno Whites, American Zinc WhitesSoluble Wash Blue fi>r Laundry Purposes. Prussian Blues, VermiUlons. Chrome Yellow. Colors in Water, BlacksChinese, Teuow&and Vefinllllons, Paris Green, Permanent Kmerale Greens (or EbDda, and a general stock of Paints both dry and ground la Oil _lafrWuttam Street, New York. iunZT-dOm

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

FISHUfO- _TACBdUS I _FipEpaffe _TAQKIiE I FISHING _TACKIiE! 0ANKSI OAN.Ba-!! e _' iLN.BS.!; 0ANESI CANES!! CANES!!! 0ANES1 CANES!! CANES!!! AX AT AT AT ' • AT AT AT AT AT KELLER'S! KELLER'S!! KELLER'S! I! KELLER'S I KELLER'S!! KELLER'S! 1! KELLER'S t KELLER'S! I KELLER'S 11! ll 91 ' 91 MartotSt. Market'St Market St.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

LATEST |Y TELEGRAPH SPECIAL DISPATCHES ¦ DAILY TELEGRAPH A Fast Steamer. Nkw York, August 27. The steamer Etna_, made an excellent run from. Liverpool to Boston, having beaten the America into port about thirty hours, although she left Liverpool twelve hoars later than the America. It was erroneously stated yesterday, that the Etna brought no files of European papers from the Liverpool agent of the associated press. They were received through the post office, their delivery having been detained about fifteen hours, by the purser of the Etna neglecting to deliver the bag to the Boston agent, to whom it was addressed. Democratic Nomination. Txkonb, August 27. The Democratic Senatorial Conferees met here on Thursday to nominate a candidate for Senator to represent the counties of Blair, Cambria and Clearfield. Three candidates were named for the office, and over one hundred ballots had. The candidate presented by the conferees from Cambria, Mr. Durbin_, was finally nominated. M...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

DAUPHIN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY ' rnHE Executive Committee of tlns.S . . .v |_ have appointed the iollowing officers tor u., biiion _oi WEDNESDAY, Sept- »l»t, TH IKSDav Sept. aad, FRIDAY Sept. *3d, 1S39 . Superintendent and Ckitf Marshal: G«w. E. C. WILLIAMS. Committee of ArrangemenU and Aids te Mnrshal ~\\ David Mch**, Jr., Messrs. Willum C. Hei-seu. .iA, - _Boxbkrobr and Bbkmmis G. Pkwks. The _alun¦.» .: -_; are _charged with the reception and _allotment r.f _.v ., , and position lor all: articles intended for exhibit;..t ._^ with tbe good order of visitors aud exhibitors. Assistant _Seerdary .- WILLIAM D. BOAS, Whose office for _business will be at the rooms ,,f ,j _^ St-.te Society, Second street above Walnut, Harr-i ._^ where premiums lists and list of Judges will befi;n;.-i .»•- ' entries made and other business of ib/ Society tra;,-a,:0• On and after the 1st of September, until tbe day for opening the Exhibition, when ii.c ,;_: . . , will be removed to tho Grounds...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

MBS. WINSLOW, An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents to the attention of mothers, her SOOTHING SYRUP, For Cnildren Teething, which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by soft ening the _guins,reducing all inflammation—will allay All* PAIN, and spasmodic action, and is SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves, AND, _BEOEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS. We have put up and sold this article for over ten yearsand can sayis con- . fidsucb xkd troth, what we have never been able Qj to say of any other medicine—NEVER HAS IT LJ FAILED, IN A SINGLE INSTANCE TO EFFECT _iP CURE, when timely used. Never did we know an in-fid stance of dissatisfaction by the any one who used it. On _^. contrary, all are deltghted with its operations ™ and speak in terms of highest commendation of 0O its magical effects and medical virtues. Wo speak in this matter "what wk no kno w, ' | _-; alter ten years'.+. experience, and fledgjs OCR REPUTA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

IP_5 _JftYiura <^> lJ|JklM Cod A. M. Bininger & Go (Established 1778,) SOLE IMPORTERS, No. 338 Broadway , N. Y. This DELICIOUS TONIC, especially designed for the use of the Medical Profession and the Family, possesses those intrinsic medicinal properties (Tonic and Diuretic) which belong to an Old and PURE GIN. The business of manufacturing spurious gins, and offering them as beverages, under the titles, "Aromatic,"—"Cordial,"—"Medicated." etc., has become so common, that the public are justly suspicious of nearly everything that is offered under similar forms, and the trade has thus been brought into disrepute. It has remained for our house (established in 1778) to supply the pressing popular need, and to inaugurate a new era in the history of the Trade. We trust that our established reputation —^0 _22_^_4_^P°JL_5|l_^iy ye&rs of expert-?. _mice ^*iB>lindan _djfvtntlicates _^ oilr olaim to public confidence. 3_ST. 33. A comparison of "Bin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

A Mechanic—The Hon. Richardson L. Wright, the Democratic candidate for Auditor General of Pennsylvania, was formerly a mechanic, and worked in the village of Jenkintown, Montgomery county. He has raised himself by his individual exertions.—Doylestown Democrat. We know Mr. Wbight well. He is an arbitrary, arrogant and self-willed man—go vain and conceited, and ao unpopular wherever known, that during his career in the Legislature he was almost universally detested even by his party friends, and often did his party injury by the virulouaness, bitterness and absurdity of his political bearing. The Philadelphia Daily News comments very severely, but juBtly, on the paragraph at the head of this article. It says:— '' Raised himself, has he ? From what ? "Piom honest and useful labor, Mr. Wright has raited himself to the dignity of a Loco Foco politician 1 He despised work, which contributes to the benefit of his fellow men, and left it, to '.'raise himself" to the honorable position o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

MAX EICHROPT'S CITY RES T A IT R A N T ¦t FOURTH STREET NEAR CHESTNUT. A Superior article of LAGER BEER and J\. "WINE always on hand. Lovers of these beverages are respectfully invited to call. _augl2-dtf DR. WM. Ji. _EGTIE, RESPECTFULLY offers his professional services to the citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity. 49- Office in the " Patriot and Union " Buildings, Third treet, ab»vo Market . : je8tf ROOFING SLATE. ~ npHE subscribers respectfully announce L thaUhey will furnish and put on SLATE ROOFING with Slate from the celebrated Lancaster County Quarries, which is unsurpassed by any other' Slate in the market. Our work will be doae by the ' most experienced workmen, and warranted to give satisfaction my2-tf E.BYERS&C0. Select Schools for _Boys and Girls. FRONT STREET ABOVE LOCUST. THU Fall term of ROBERT M'ELWEE'S School for boyswill open on the last Monday in August.- The room is well ventilated, comfortably furnished , and in every respect well adapted for _sct...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

Indiana County.—The American Republicans of Indiana have re-nominated A. W. Taylob, Esq., for the Assembly. Mr. T. was a member of the last House and ranked among the very first of the many able representatives in that body, both for ability and integrity. We are rejoiced to see that our friends have determined to return him again. They could not select a better guardian of their interests. Among the resolutions adopted we find the following:— Radved, That we heartily approve the nominations made by the State Convention, and we hereby pledge our utmost efforts in behalf of Messrs. _Coctjban and Kbih, because we believe that in their election the Commonwealth will secure the services of two honest, faithful and competent public officers. Eesolvtd, That Gen. Simon Cameron, our U. S. Senator, has proved true to the expectations of the friends of Freedom and Home Industry in Pennsylvania, and that his fidelity to our cherished principles, and especially the great interests of our ow...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

PARTY NOMINATIONS Col. Elhanan Smith, of Wyoming, has been nominated for Senator by the Wyoming County Republican Convention. B_* P.. Boss and J. B. {Harding were elected Senatorial conferees. The district is _composed of the counties of Wyoming, Bradford, Susquehanna and Sullivan, which last fall gave over four thousand majority tor Reed for Supreme Judge. The Democracy of Northumberland have nominated Gen. .Wm. H. KASE of that county for Assembly. Mr. Hottenstein, the member of the last- session, was a candidate for re-nomination, and made strenuous efforts for it, but without sue. cess. The contest was warm and animated, and has left its canker behind. The _Hotteustine men charge that fraud was _rwor ted to to bring about the result. The Miltonian says :— M Mr. _Hottenstine was defeated by his own nrighborB—the 'upper end'—who voted against Aim because he refused, last winter, in the Legislature, to permit a vote to be taken to see whether the upper end might not be allow...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

NEW MUSIC STORE No. 93 Market Street, Harrisburt;. SHEET MUSIC Instruction Books, MUSICAL MERCHANDISE GENERALLY, PIANOS, MELODEONS, GUITARS, VIOLINS, FLUTES, ACeORDEONS, Sic iuni5-dtfO -C "B - _BARTER. ANOTHER LOT f f\F BAGLEY'S OELEBATED GOTrt» VJ PENSin Gold and Silver _Cases _Wt _received coJri prising all the diBorent sizes and , _^,4 ived 'com _A to- , AU Pens sold are warranted which i« n &nm^^< _^ guarantee _^ _^ _AWjaTk BEBGKBR'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE J *' 51 Market street j A !l DR. GEO. F. MISH. _Office in Market Street, Two doon from ihe Post _Office. iy26-dtf 1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

HICKOK'S PATENT PORTABLE Cider and Wine Mill and Press. THIS sterling machine, which from the test of several years has proved itself superior in point of simplicity and efficiency te anything In the maxcet, is now ready for the apple harvest _ofJ 869. It is made, if possiblebetter than ever, and where there are no agents, farmers will do well to send to the manufactory early for a circular. 49" More than one hundred Silver Medals and Diplomas have been given to this Mill within the last four years. This Mill has been tbe pioneer in that line, and we claim that it is the best one in tho Market on the following points:— 1st. It will grind the easiest, fastest, and in tho most perfect manner. 2d. The Press is tbe simplest and most powerfuland quickest handled. It is not hampered up with a number of screws and cog-wheels, which create enough frictiou to destroy its utility. It is well made and sold at a fair price. jasr 1 The Mill occupies about two anda-half feet by HireS feet, an&a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

A NEW PARTY. According to a correspondent of the Richmond Whig, there is a movement on foot to organize a secret party in Virginia, in opposition to the Democrats and Republicans. The preliminary meeting is said to have been composed of "old line Whigs," who grew gray in the service of Henry Clay\ There were Americans who have sat in the national as well as the State councils of the old American party: there were men who edit and control Republican papers; and there were dissatisfied Democrats." The initials of the party are " N. U. C. O. P.," and they are willing to support any nominee for the Presidency who will swear enmity to Democracy and Republicanism. The Washington States facetiously remarks that, "on the 1st Tuesday in November, 1860, they will find «N. U. C. 0. P.' interpreted by the American people, 'No Use for any Conservative Opposition Party.'"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

Riding on the Cow-Catohee.—Since Willis' description of his cow-catcher exploit on the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad, many fool-hardy passengers have solicited the conductors on that great thoroughfare to allow them to try the sensation. A day or two since, a lady and gentleman insisted upon taking a jaunt on the cow-catcher of a train coming west. Their request was granted at last, and the train being slightly behind time, they were carried along in this unprotected way at the rate of fifty-five miles an hour. When relieved from their position, they could not have been persuaded to try the sensation a second time. The train had not gone two two miles further, when the pilot struck a co«v and shouldered it. If the passengers had continued to occupy their position , they must have been killed.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

COLD SPRINGS! SUMMER RETREAT _HPHE undersigned informs the public that JL he has opened this elegant MOUNTAIN RETREAT, Mtuated about twenty miles from Dauphin and twet.y nine miles from Harrisburg, accessible by the ScbuyU and Susquehanna Railroad, in an hour and a half fr .i. time of leaving Harrisburg. THE SCENERY is wild and picturesque ip the highest degree, and wit;, a a short distance of lar_^ecoal beds, where an hour or i<" may be whiled away with pleasure and profit. Tw:.' ¦ years ago, parties or thirty or forty families, _imm t,.-. ' large towns and cities were in the habit if'-cainpiug » . at this celebrated Spring, and is now witb ids hju ... -¦ ¦¦ improvements, a still more charming place than uver. THE WATER is held In high estimation by all who have used it, b:'i> for bathing and drinking, and is, without doubt _u hoalty and invigorating as any water that flows. THE TABLE will be well stocked with all tbe delicacies and sub 8tanUals of- tbe season, and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

Distressing Accident.—We learn from a _MeOhanicsburg paper, that a fatal accident occurred near that place on Saturday evening last, by which a young man named Henry Musselman , aged about twenty-two years, residing on the Cumberland Valley Railroad, near the village of Kingston, lost his life. Mr. M. was thrown from a colt, which he was riding, and his foot becoming fast in the stirrup, he was dragged thus by the animal a distance of a mile, breaking one of his legs and otherwise so seriously injuring and mutilating his head and body as to cause death in about an hour thereafter. The deceased at the time of, the accident was on his way to visit a lady to whom he was to have been married in the _, course of a few weeks.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 27 August 1859

SHEET II BOOK Ml Ml. PIANO FORTES. ORGAN HARMONIUMS AND _^ M ELODEO NS! W0IINS, GIJITAR8, FLUTES, &c, MUSICAL MERCHANDISE IN GENEIiAL. No 92 Market Street-WILLIAM KNOOHE. SOLE AGENT for the _ealeof Sch_«.i, :«¦ k. r & Go's., celebrated Pianos and Mason * H- -.: :¦ ' _Melodeous and Organ HarmODiums, by _siiecial aiv ¦•¦ -' ¦¦ ¦ ment ' New _rianos and Melodeous _always on hnnd. s.' f ' hand instruments taken as part payment for _n»w ¦ •¦ Sheet Music of all kinds from a leading [^U::_^.--House in Philadelphia, _Otlzens and otiiere desiring Instruments, Hh-rt Book _yusic,are respectfully invited to call at No _M \_u - street, or they wttl be waited upon by making _u wishes known to W. KNOCUK. All orders, by mail or otherwise will be prompi > i. teM>ed t<l mart dlv-rd-iuc.:

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