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

HILADELPHIA AND _KEYING RAIL R0A_% '" summer arrangement. '* Ot is AND AFTER* MAY 28_$,\L86Q. 1WQ ' _FJffcSENGKB TRAHJT&dtiAXR HA_^ftl&BfiHO J)mY.(!«_nckX8_«io«ptea,) at8_^_Oi_^M:.atfa£L15P. il.. lor f-h'nadsiphia _^ arrlvlng.thereat. 1 25_.P. B._^rind 0161* M. -vT" ' , ** v " k_^ * ' ' _KMXJKNjtNG, JJSaVEPHILADFXPBIA * at#.00 A. "' ]_£., mid 8.30 P. M., arriving;atrlarri8_bprg. at. 12.46 noon am B.30 V. M. , _~, - _r ¦» _i ARfcJJi—SoiPhiladelphia, No. 1 Cars, $3.25; No. 2,(111 taame train, ") _92.70. , FARKtTjMQo Reading, $1.60 and $1.30. _,_» , „ At Reading, connect with trains Sat Pottavflte , iUnerafihV _lamaqua_^ Catawlssa, tea. * ' * ' -. J J&uUuilivAiMs _JukAViil HEADING FOR P.HILADEL JPlilA DAILY, at6A. M., 10.4&A M., 12.S_0noon and _3.& P. M; ¦ - . * . , , 1 JLAtfcraiLADEIPHlA FOR READING at 8.00 A. M., %,M PbM. _' , 8.30 P. MS,-»nd.5.00 P. M. - - - ' - _«AR*S,ir-Reading to Philadelphia, $L76 and $1.46. lHEiMUKNlNG TRAIN FROM _HARRK...

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

I860. 1860. JNortkern Central Railway I NOTICE. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. U S AND AFTER SUNDAY, MAT 27tu, 1860, the Passenger Trains on the Northern Central Hallway will leave Harrlsburg as follows j—GOING-SOUTH. MXPRKSS TRAIN will leave at...... ....1.4OA.M. ACCOMMODATION TRAIN willleave at..7.3O A. M. MAIL TRAIN wiil leave at 1.00 P.M. G01_NG ~~ NORTH. MAIL TRAIN will leave at ISO P. M. XPJSEJSS TRAIN wUlleave at.... 9.3a P.Jtt be only_^_Trains leaving Harrlsburg on Sunday will be o J3_XPRESS TKAlN _' at 1.40 A.M., going South, and tie 'BtSfaURAIN at 9.32 P. M. going North. For further information apply at the Office, in Penn'a _ollroad Depot. JOHN W. HALL, Agent. _HarriBburg, May 26, I860.—ma'26-dtf

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

* _STRAWBEKBffiSt; _^ _<rpg& _PRESENT WEATHER % is highly. I X favorable for planting Strawberries, and IT done boob af&iretoaor-fruiVsufficientto cover the eoKoT' - iplante and planting,. may; be expected" _nextlseaio» .a-P" " ° • - 100 VARIETIES, l _• " ' Native 4m'd-Toretgn, _" have been tested by the _gubecriber , *_J «nd,-after having jejecttd many, he is able toJuraisk sdL -i thrtarW-V&Uy _desfraWeruTany quantity_^and _tSTi_(_Sr prices.;, "! - _,v ' <._^ lr _f 1 »« s <v' y _, ADVIC& QIVEN . ..-..... - _, . «* tocho<cejof - varieties, preparation of _foilAnd " atnkcuttw«^=_lfidestred, _t nVwi!l/fora reaaonabletol_^fltS_^} *^.* ^'ttstoTsdto/-_* " .• _* ¦ _- _warranting good crops of the best fruit;* • -" *'• —r & ' - 1 For the _aconmrnodatUm ortlfe * publle be wOl _hfivs planta _'lhtauae W the"_< i ' _* 3 vi <i$.n v:-:r ' a _i _eiTTnn ¦_K)n' Tueaaay " and ' Friday _evenings and ' _WfiiniAky and -...

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

PHILADELPHIA w AMD _READING RAILROAD. RFDUCTION OF PASSENGER FARES. On and after MONDAY, APRIL _«d, I860. COMMUTATION TICKETS W ITH 26 Coupons, will be issued between any points desired, good for the holder or any member of his familyin any Passenger trainand at any time—at 26 per cent, below the.kkgulabTakes. Parties having occasion to use the Road frequently oh business or pleasurewill find the' above arrangement convenient and ' economical; as Four _Passenger trains run daily each way between Reading and Philadelphia, Mid Two Trains daily between Reading, _PottsvtUe and flarrisburg. On Sundays, only one morning train down, and one afternoon train up, runs between PottsviUe an< Philadelphiaand no Passenger train on this Lebanon _Paltey Branch Ralh-oad For the above Tieketsor any Information relating thereto, apply to S. Bradford, Esq., Treasurer; Philadel vbia. to the respective Ticket Agents on the line, or to G. A. NIOOLLS? ar_*,»-<Hf Gen'l Supt.

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

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

hIB_»RT-Y_^BTOVB WOR- K'' H0LL0WWAEE FOIOTDHY, , ., T PtiJLADELeHU.... . .. j Abbott & •_tfoBLf/ _- 4_C ANUFACTURKRS or the most _ojwowdScbofsr5vT& L _T _"_ofeVsry description. Samp'e ana/sale Booing- .~%\t- ' . J_9_*2_A8 Water 8tr<-et, _Npw \_srk., j_»-4io Brown _Btreei. Pbiladelpbia. ' : f ' N. B.«-fiyfe«_gr On/_gJopiie J. a _^ Mr • JyK-a -

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

ALL THE NEW BOOKS A S FAST as published will be found for _^X sale at BBRGNBR'S CHEAP _BOOESTOBB. _1 -' ' ' bvoks, that are wanted and not on band_^wiiTbe pro: cured-at publishers usual prices, i » '2 ' _^ ?*-"C _' "¦ _Ther larg_«t _assorCment of STANDARDRELIGIOUS, _JHIOWSlO_^SClENimC, HlSTORlOALand MISCBI_^ ._LANBpQg._BOOKS uthe oity, many of which will be sold much,'.BELOW PUBLISHER'S PRICES,' will- be found for sal* at , - 1 _*. ,- i>v-i ui • _.? _^ BBRGNER'B CHEAP BOOKSTORE, «1 _HSOk fUS 49_>CaU an* examine theatook. my2»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 17 October 1860

_unreal DR. JOHNSON, LOCK HOSPITAL. Has discovered the most certain, speedy snd effectual remedy in the world for DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE kiukf ix six ro Twaivx hours JVb Mercury _mNoxunti Drugs. . . _49_T A _Croi Wakkahtxd, or no Chakgx, ih ntox On to Two Days -©* _Weaknoss of the Back or LimbeStrictures, Pains in the Loins, Affections of the Kidneys and: Bladdery Organic Weakness, Nervous Debility; Decayiof ihe Phvsiaal'Pow ers, Dyspepsia Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas palpitation of the HeartTimidityTrembiings. ' Dimness oi light or Giddiness. Disease of the Stomach. Affections 61 the HeadThroatNode or Skin—those terrible disorders arising from the indiscretion or Solitary Habits of Youth—those dreadful anddestructlve practices which produce oonstitunonal debility, render marriage, _impoasible, and destroy both body andmiml. ¦ -.- ¦ •- ¦ . ¦ ..- ¦ - -. ¦ •• XUUJNU MJSM. , : _:¦ ¦ ¦ ' '. Young men especially who; have become the victims of solitary Vice, that drea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 17 October 1860

LIFE FILLS ASB PHOENIX BITTERS. '1-HEBU _MEDICINES have uow beeu be-X fore the public 1m- a period olTHIRlY YKARdand during _ihai_'iluic h>ive maintain, d a high character in almost every part of the: Globe, for their extraordinary and _inimeaiate power of restoring _psrfect hvaltb'to persons: _suffering under nearly every, kind of disease to which the human frame is liable: The following _aieamong the distressing variety Of human diseases in which the VEGETABLE LIFE ; MEDICINES Are well known.to bo infallible.- ' : ' " DYsPKPSlAby thoroughly cleansing the first and second stomachs, and creating a flow of purehealthy bile,- Instead _»f the stale and acrid kind.; FliA'lULENCiLobs of Appetite,_Heraibiirri,beadache, Best _lessness, ill-Temper, Anxiety, Languor and Melancholy, which are the general symptoms of Dyspepsia, will van ishas a'naturul consequence of its ' core. COal'lVKMESSby cleansing tne'whole length' of ihe intestines with a _solvent process, and without violenc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 17 October 1860

_Misuiianeous Dyspepsia Remedy! _; i _Dft: _JIAraiS HIM'S AROMATIC ISVIGOKATIHG 8PIEJT. This . Medicine has hemmed by the, public for six years, with'increasing favor. It is recommended to Curt _Dyspepsia,l\'ervoiisna!,HartrItorn, Colic Ptiins, "¦' _. i Windin he Stomach, or Van*in the, _Bowt . ' 1 Headache, Drowsiness, Kidney. Com- ' ¦ '¦ plaints,. Low- Spirits J) lirium i ,• Tremens, _Intemperance, I -IMDUWE , _KXhllARATBS, lftVGOBATES , BUI I Jl,r , _Wlli KOT 1KIOXICAIS OR_^TDPKF_. _v ¦ 7 ¦' A >S..A;-MEDICINE it is quick!, nd eflfectaj\l al, curing tne moat aggravating case o Dyspepsia Kidney Complaintsund all ether derange ent ofthe Stomach and Bowelsin a SEeedy manner It * will instantly revive tLe most _melaac i ly and drooping spirits,'and restore the weak, riCrvous ai d sick ly to healthstrength and vigor. - Persons wbo, from tbe injudicious use of liquors, have_, become'dejectedaud their nervous systems shattered_^ _constitftlious broken downand subject to th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 17 October 1860

: _]y_^^HazeIMabe s _Bargains. : ihe following1 Toodle-ish figmarble_^ by ifrs. George Washington _WyiUa_, in• ¦ '? Life Illustrated,", is a very_, good, imitation of Doqglas Jerrold's Caudle Leotares :•,.. t _\ ,_^. . ! ; .; i_^hefe-i-rve.blistered the soles of my feet, besides' wearing a bole - right through tb ese gaiters. Somebody baa stolen my parasol, too, or, else I've laid it down some where and forgotten it. If Mr. Hazel appreciated all the trouble I take tor save a cent or two for, him it. would be gome comfort. What's the use of being economical in this world? ¦ Id that' you in tho ball, Hazel ? Do come in here and tee what a bargain I've got to-dayi Twenty yards of inermo at fifty cents a yard, and only this' little hole inthe middle: of . every fold. X got, it cheap, you gee , " because it' s damaged. What do I want of merino" this hot summer Weather T Well, I suppose winter' s coming some day, _isn' ;tit? and it will be ' the very thing then. You wieh I wouldn't spen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 17 October 1860

As regularly as the forests shed their leaves, ajfresh-crop'df politician's'are cut dow ' n _' aud consigned- tb the quiet of the farm-yard or the workshop. Multitudes who, after yeais of arduous labor and considerable expense, ' were at last able to rise as high as town-constable or ward clerk, perhaps even, city alderman or member of assembly, how find the ladder of promotion suddenly kicked from under their feet, and themselves tossed prone on tbe tbe relentless earth. A few have worked themselves, it may be, into higher offices—have _represented districts in Congress; have sat upon the judicial bench; have presided over the _des tlnies of States for a term, or, have occupied responsible situations under the general governmeut. Three months, ago they {were full of confidence, tugging and jerking with, all their might to influence that half-inert mass known as the popular mindi: in; their favor. It did move at length; but seven outrof every eight '" From the N. T. Commercial A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 17 October 1860

HELMBdLi)'S _aEUUTEE PEEPAEATION HELMBOLD'8 _BlTCHtr for the Bladder. HBLMBOLWS BUCHUturtheKluneys, Ht-LMBOLO'S _BUt Htr lor _the Grayei. _-' _HELMBOLDSBUGHU lor the Dropsy. HfeLMBOLD'S iBUCHD for Nervousness. HELMBULD'8 BUCUUfor'lAssbfMimo y. HKLMBOLD'd BOCHU for Dimneh ol Ti ao : HELMBULD'3 BUGHO ior _Lifficuit Brtatilng. HELMBOLJU'd-BUCHU for WeaK-Nervea. HBLMB_.)LD'S BUCHU fur General DebOlty Hfc-LMBOlD'd BUCHU for Universal _latitude. HELMBOLiyS BUCHU for Horror of 1 ise we. ' HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Night Sweats. ' HELMbOLD'S BUCbU for _Wakeiulness. HELMBOLD'd BUCH0 lor _Drjness of the Skin. HKLMBULO'S BUCKUior Eruptions. HBLMBfJLD'_8B,UGHU for Pain in the Back. ¦ _^ HELMBOlJlj'd1 ; BUCHU for Heavuiei8 0_lAh» Bycilda, with Temporary Suffusion ai d l.o-s of Sight. HELMBuLD'S BUCHU T lor i Mobility and ResUessness, with Want, of Attention and Horror of Society. HELMbOLD'S BUCUb for ObstrucUons: _,liELMBOLl)'8 BUCHU for _ixcesses arising frem Indiacrttjon, and all _diseyses of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 17 October 1860

';. -]¦ - JUDS_.O_.N;^;^;: -;^1 _^ Mountain _Herj>^ Pills. rjt_^E ._inventor ap^^D_^c _tuter pf'' Jud' _* '!'•'• son's Mountain Herb Pills,",has spent the greater part Of his life in travelling, having visited nearly every country in the .world. He spent over six years ' amon: the Rocky Mountains and of Mexicoand it was thus that the "Mountain Hb$b. _I!_uia" ; were discovered. A very Interesting account-of-bis adventures there, you will fln'd fri our; Almanac and PamphleU , r r i;' /T : . . .•' It is an established'fact,'that.allfdisejases arise from. ; , d : I j _<_-~ " IMPCKE _BliUUlX ; The blood is the life 1 and when _aiiy; foreign or unhealthy matter gets mixed with it, 4tis.pnce distr _i buted to avmrv _nronn nf th_« bcidv. Kverv nerve feels ' the Doison and all _ttits vital organs quickly complain,. The stomach will not digest the food perfectly. The" liver ceases to secrete a sufficiency of bile. The action' of the_^-heart is weakened, and so the circulatio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 17 October 1860

Still tbe crowd of applicants for_^a race press forward as eager and txptctaut as ever. No sooner is the tact announced than a-dozen are clamorous to take a ride. . If they have ever been thrown or have fallen behind on a former occasion,' their misfortune does not' deter them from making a f wh a tempf. The animal is >uppofed _<o be lees _vicmus , or they are better skilled as to the methods of managing bloa.—- In their Hictionary there is no such word as tail, you know.. Haven't, they read the _sto;y of Robert Brace and the spider ? : Does it not encourage them to try again, even seven times, if necessary? . '" [ Ihe man endowed with abilities of the highest kind will, like the horse-tamers referred to, study closely the nature and habits of the quadruped, with the cause which have rendered it vicious or easily frightened. He .will dsvise new methods for approaching it, for winuine and retaining its affections. He will know when to caress and to what _extwut,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 17 October 1860

I6w a Lady Preserved _Websterfs Be* ply_^oHayne- -,- TheTaunton (Massachusetts) Gazette Incorporates the following interesting reminiscence in a notice of the article on'^The Naiimal In-UUigencer and its Editors," in the last Atlantic Monthly:: 1.:;.- ;, ';;:;:_< : ' , ;: "It will be seen.from thi_^.interesting narrative that there was a titne when' Joseph' Gales stood alone among Congressional _Teporteri; and to still further illustrate _hjs position in that line we call to mind what we once heard an intimate -friendof Mr. Webster my we: owed to him and his wife with regard to thecelebrated reply to Mr. Hayne. Meeting the Massachusetts senator as he was going to the Capitol on that morning, Mr. Gales inquired of him how long he intended tb speak. " About half an hour; was the reply.! The editor's _ddties at that time were pressing.; but he ventured to take W much time'from them. Mr. Webster, howev er, directly atter met 'Judge Story, wbo sam that he though the time h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 17 October 1860

Giif _^ %Wa£mx£_& _otsht. > 1HIS DELICIOUS TONIC STIMULANT , rpSPEGIALLY designed for the use of the S-J Medical Profession and the _JJJimtZy, having soperseoed the so-called -Giiis, " ' .'Artimutc" .''Cordial " "Medicated." "Schnapps," etc., is " now endorsed by all of the; prominent physicians, chemists and connoisseur) 1 , as _potsef sing _*11 of those intRnilc medio nal qualities (tonio and _dioretio) which belong to an old and pom grocers,etc. A. M BIN1NGER tcHo., - (Established in 1778.) . Sole Proprietors. - _.; :...--. No. 19 Broad _Street N; Y. For sale by W. W. & H. f mith—Fieneh, Richards & Co., and all of the prominent _wholesale _Druggists in FbtladelDhia. . ¦ . g eD27-dAw6m _kf ' SCHOOL BOOK.—"OUR GOYERNJjL went."—An explanatory _ttatement of the system'of the government of tbe country. By M. M'Klnney.Y With proper historical notices. The work gives the ¦ construction of the Constitution, of the UnUed _ttites _, and those of the se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 17 October 1860

• ;B CBHHA VE'S : . HOLLArND bITTERS _' THE _ciBiEBRATEi HOLLAJJi) REMEDY FOR _^LnY& ' pfffiA, _- _. disease ;gF:: Me _kidneys, ;.. _,| lil._lPl_^BR. p. OMLP;l,A.L]STt ..,.-_ _WEAKNESslOE ANY KIND. I FEVER AND AGUE, And ' the various, affections consequent upon a disordered B'T j Q _y MCA-.fJJa _cj Q_^a,JLJL _ViE_^rl;,:.;; _Sufh as Indigestion, Acidity of tbe- Stomach, CoUcky Kbeumaiiej and Neuralgic _aflectjoui, it has in numerous instances _proved highly beneficial, and in ctheiB effected adeciuettoiire-' •¦' * * ' ¦ ' "•' * ' lhJs.,is. a. purely. vegetable cempound, prepared on strictly scientific principles, al'tor the manner of the oelebrated_, .Holland _rrofeSior_; Boei have - Its reputatit-n at home produced its introduction here, * the dtmai d commencing with those of :th_£ Fathei land _a_^ttered over tbo face of tbis _mighty countrymany of whom brought wjtb ihem audJaanded._dowh thouaoition of Us vaiu©r !;/{ :_<» now _ojj&td 16 the American publ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 17 October 1860

MiettiiantanB DEL Al_^A_^E MUTUAL SAFETY INSURANCE COMPANT S. ''' &.' Corner of Third and Walnut Street* ; : _- _^ _^_PSILAMEUPBIA. ilH_^pHPOKiiLTEI> 1835 _li/_TARiNB INSURANCES dp- Vessels ja.JLiCargO and Freight to all parts of the World. - INLAND _INSUBANCSS on .Goods by RiversCanaK Lakes and Land Carriages to all parts of the Union. [RE INSURANCES On Merchandize generally, and on Stores, Dwelling Houses, &c. i. ;;- _ASSETS OF..THE COMPANY, . November _Os_^ _il858_; $698_^04 70; _, , . _. ,; .. v-. :,:-;,._„ _«,-,.,_t, .-.: • - -. r-"! " , " '_- ¦ ' ' ¦ ' " November 10, 1868. ; She Beard of Directors have this day declared a divi dead of SIX PER CENT, in Cash, on the Capital Stock _aiia S3IXJPBR OJ5NT. on the 8crip of the Company, payablejOh'and after 1stthe ' proximo. _Theylhave aldo,! declared a Scrip Dividend of TWENTY? FIVE PER CENT, on the Original Slockand on the Earnest _Prenaiums for- _tbes year ending October Si, 1868, _Certltfcates for whi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 17 October 1860

(Succtuor to Wm. _ParktU,) UVERY & EXCHANGE STAffll THIRD STREET BEX0W _MAAl_^I i ~ I_j A7INU purchased the _interearf'_oi _& XX Q Adams in the establishment , a_^d'miWe_*_laree ' •_ddiuons to the stock , the undersigned iB Weparef'WV _kscommodate the public with Scpkrioh HoRsra for _saUdle Or carriage purposeaand with every variety of VEHICLES Of the latest and most approved styles, on reasonable terms. . , * ' ...... PLEASURE PARTIES will be accommodated with Omnibuses at short notice CARRIAGES AND OMN1BUSB8 FOR FUNERAL OCCAHQN8 will ba furnished, accompanied by careful and obliging drivers. . ¦ ; ;; Hb Urnttts an inspection of his Stock satisfied that it is tolly equal to that ot any other establishment rf the kind UUlWB. FKANK A. MURRAY J BRAJVCiTS'FAPIJi The undersigned has opened a branch oftas "JUVSR_* and _BXCHANGK _^ STABLfi" in the buildings UtelyooCu led by A. V>. Barr, in Fourth street _oppoeiVB the; Betttei, here be is prepared to accommodate ...

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