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

1 jff _ftf_^ ^^ _^L _^ _^ Having proenred Steam Power _PriSsw _^ prepared to execute JOB and BOOK PRINTlNO _* rjio ^^ description, cheaper that it can be done at any oiherefct tablishtneutin the coontry. _^ ; ;- ; ¦ '"* |RATE8 OF_^_SDTEBTTSIIfO. _Sgrxonr Hues ur less _eonsiitute one half _Square. _Egh . lines or more than loor constitute a _aauaro. Ilall Square, one day . — ...... " ...... " ....V._W2S"" k "' one week " . """*" ¦ ¦ __ _>### X 00 onomonth. " . " . "**"*"* ,„„„,.,. 2 99 . " three monihs *'"**"¦ - 3 oo " ¦ '•¦ •* _sinnonioa....H'"""" . " : . ;; s fa -. -- - .. oneyear I' . ' . '" . I 8 09 _ One _Square oneuay_;..... ' . ' . ' . ''¦ ' 60 — • j" onoweek \\\ 2 00 «« one month V. 3 00 " three months .;............ " . * . ' . ' . " 6 00 J_« six mouths , _" . " . ' _g (jq _...- ¦ ' •• -onejeari.. looo - j_^-Bnriness notices inserted in ihe Ltn<u column or . before Marriages and XMaths, FIVE CENJS PER 1_XNB for each insertion. ¦ ' •jO_^"Marriages and Deaths t...

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

THE _TELEGRAM 18 PUBLISHED EVEBY DAT, (_SUNDAYS EXCSPTEB,) nv GEORGE _BERGWEB & CO TERMS.—Swou _smamrm v. ThtDnvr _lKLitJRAPH Is served to subscribers In the Borough at 6)i .seats per week. Yearly subscribers will be charged $4.00. ¦ - " ¦ - • WKIBXT AMD Sun-WKEKLT _TSLEGRAVH. The _TkboJuph is also published twice a week during too session of the _Legislature, _artf weekly during the remainder of the year, and _furnisSd to subscribers at tbe following ratesviz: _fflngle Subscribers per year ,.. ,t 2.00 Seven « :t ,. . 12.00 Ten " " . " . 16.00 IHJI LAW OF NRWSPAPSRS. it subscribers order the discontinuance t>f their newspapers, the publisher may continne to send them until til arrearages are paid. > IT subscribers neglect or refuse to take their newspapers from the office to which they are directedthey are responsible until they hav-_'_setUet tin bills and ordered them discontinued ¦ ¦ ¦ " >_'.: ' ~

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

ijjntne-pfficB_^eeKer: iiydiut wB _armrnsnaT _sAr««_fneM, but which isofien rather contemptU ble trickery, he may succeed in ob_^_aiijing » nomination and £_Veu an,, _election. Without, however, _pbfsessirjg a strong moral purpose or else extraordinary abilities, he cannot succeed in retaining his hold upon the public. Believe the countraiy as he may, the people soon see through those who are elevated _,l_>y theuij divi* ning their motives and _criticising their conduct. No veil worn by a scoundrel can long conceal his' features; on the other hand , the man of worth will also soon.be discovered. .Even if he bhould_^for a time fail in his laudable efforts to win tbe confidence of bis fellow-citizens, be may still have the satisfaction of realizing the truth_, of the lines: ' ¦-¦¦ • - ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ¦ _-: - _> ': ¦_- "The honest heart that's tree (vom all iDteDded fraud or guile, However Fortune kick the ball, -; , Has ave some cause to smile."

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

_JBSJ aS "W FAMILY DRUG STORE. STHE UNDERSIGNED HAS _OPENED JL a Whoietale and R«_uii lirng and PrcBcrintivn Store_, fclhe Iron I rout _Bulining, No, Vi» Market street, lately occupied by Mr. _kby, wen _' re can b. found anWrS •took of, fresh and Pure Drags, Perlumery at* ¦ COa oucoal; oil lamps . _butuCfSSl_^. Xa P_^t M«_uiolnf8, Stationery. Fancy Articles &c., 4c. We have the agamy for the sale ot Kline 's Celebrated ArtlftctelTo«*b,w _nfje h_^ we would _tarite the attenSon or Dentists. - By strict attention to businessand desire to rileas_* we _rwpeotfully ask a share of Public Patronage. *^^ _^ G. JW. _MTLES. N. B.—Prime Havana Segars and Tobacco _cunqtantly on band. .- • - _< .. ¦ .- . . .- ¦ . _- . ¦ _'. ', ,j.tj -v (._', ;j a.iir8-dlv

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

7 Beeadth of, _BauQipN.—Religionshnaia. in* _fitt_^ ce its professor % all the relatidni of _lifrv Whatever he . ' does, ne should; do it tha beiU for being a_^_Qhridtian. Religion sbould mal e bnWa_^_fie tterstudeh _r, a better Berva ' nt, a better m ' astdr, : a better part_^t, a better child, a Vqttef triiih in all respects. -33ie pious but .eccentr • _Hq_^_laod ' Hili- remarked; - "That? hes wouWLno! give a fartbingiipf _Ahii _^ mai/a_^ reiigi.'_^ whOM cal an'd dog. wi_^re ootr the better fyr it.1 ' r _? . At Bergner_'s Cheap Bookstore 61 Market street, you can get Life of Lincoln for 10 cent*, Hfmnl diacount to canvassers and deal«;_i.

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

•" ._!'¦¦¦ " ' ~ HARBISBURG, PA. _Wedneiday Afternoon, October It, 1860 FOB PRESIDENT: ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOI8. FOR VIC5E PRESIDENT: HANNIBAL HAMLT.N, OF MAINE. The Presidential Contest in Pennsylvania; Four years ago the so-called Democratic party of Pennsylvania was organized in every township and county, on the basis of what _tTie leaders then claimed as national political principles. Since, then that Democratic party has been tested at two eleotiqns, in whioh national questions were made the issue, and that Democratic party was defeated, its principles repudi atedj and its candidates indignantly re iected. During both of these contests the Democratic party was in _possession o the power and patronage of the State and National _^Governments. At the election two years ago the whole force of the Federal Administration was thrown infc Pennsylvania for the purpose of carrying the elections, vindicating the President and extending the rule of the Democratic party. Then all...

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

f aid k Mmm SPECIAL _DISPATUKJfiS TO THE _TVATT.V T15TjEGRAPH The Minnie Schleffler Heroes Rewarded. _f Boston, Oct. 17. The Humane Society of this city have awarded their medal of the highest class to Capt. Wilson, of the Minnie Schieffer; also a silver medal to Thomas (_Jonnantowo, the mate of the same vessel; and a purse of ten dollars to each of the crew. A resolution was also adopted, expressing the gratitude of all friends of humanity to Capt. Leitch and Wilson. An Earthquake Shock in Maine. . Augusta, Me., Oct. 17. There was a severe shock of earthquake felt in this vicinity this morning. It was accompanied by a loud _report, and caused. many _mildihsrs to rock. . , ¦ - ¦' _* ¦ Arrival of the Steamer New Tort. New Yobk, Oct. 17th. The steamship New Yorkfrom Southampton on the td inst., arrived at this port this morning. Her advices have been anticipated. The steamship _Bohemian arrived out on the 3d io6t. « i ^» i > Frost and Ice in Georgia-Augusta, Ga., Octo...

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

The Cincinnati Times has all along been one of the strongest '•American7 ' organs in the country, and inclined , apparently, to support Messrs/ JBell and JEverett- . "W_^e are rather surprised , therefore, to find" tKe following language in its editorial columns in reply to a suggestion of the Cincinnati Enqydret that the friends of Messrs. Bell and Everett in Pennsylvania and Indiana should assist, the Democracy to defeat Lincoln. The Times replies:— The limes is free to express the opinion, that it desires the election of a President by the-peo-Pie. We can conceive of no greater calamity, uvthe natural order of eventsto the country at presentthan that the election of President should be thrown into a House that wrangled for weeks over the election of a Speaker, irfthe meantime disgracing itself and shaming the whole nation. . We confess we cannot see how Bell will have a chance in that House of Bepresentatives, nor have we the perspicuity which enables us, like the Enguirer_, ...

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

STONE FOR SALE. mHE DNDERSIGNED is prepared to far-_L _nish the public with every variety of BUILDING, CURB, a_^d _CROSSING STONE. Also a good article of HICKORY AND OAK WOODat moderate prices. Apply to J. £>, COLE, corner of Broad and Third streets, in the airfti ' wiiM!_- octll-dtf CRAN BERRIS! ! ! A Splendid Lot Jo3i _Reooved octfl , By WM. DOCK JR. & CO. COAL! COAL!! COAL! ! I _^_fHE SUBSCRIBER is prepared at all -J; tttnos-ttnlcltTm- i«_r _tbo _ritircno of Harriubnrg, tb« dinerent kinds and _sisses o; LYKEN'S VALLEYfME GROVE and WILKESBARRE COAL, weighed on the city weigh cart at the consumers door, and full weight guaranteed. Prices as low as at any regular yard in the city. Orders left at his office, corner 4th and Market street*, or dropped m the Post Office, will be _promptly attended to. DAVID M'CORMICK. nuiA iIQim . ! _> COAL OIL I COAL OIL 1! COAL OIL 1 11 COAL OIL! COAL OIL!! COAL OIL I! 1 COAL OIL I COAL OIL!! COAL OIL! ! COAL OIL! COAL OIL!...

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

IS tm _QavtxtiStmmtB FALL O_¥ l_«t)O. SECOND OPENING OF FALL AND WINTER :DJFt"sr ooodsi WE hare _iast received a large and varied assortment of DRY GOODS, of every description, to which we invite tbo attention of purchasers, Opened tbis morning, at _„ »--—»« CATHCART & BBOTHBRe, No. 14 Market Square, voxt _Annr to the _Harrisburg Bank. ANOTHER EXCITEMifiiNT In making selections among the large and handsome stock of _. S quare Bhoca Shawis, _Loks _Chsmb Lais Bboca Sbawts_, Nkw Style _Squusb Bla-vkkt Shawis, SoPBEB.Losa ..:,. . ..*o no ..-•• ... ,.•.- ¦ ,-. " J ' : ' . ¦¦ - ¦ '¦££_! & SooKM Piaid do DU_83KLD«Wf ' I>0 Am Kini» of Misses' Shawls. DBESS u-uuj;s i DelainesMerinO3\ >¦ Poplins, Valencias, Paramettas, Plain Merinos. Plaids, Velour Bep_^ ,-. CaBhmeros. SilksTraveling GoodsChlnt«IS8> Handsome Fig'd Cashmeres, Solterino, Shade of Mexico, _Lavellasf _Emeline ClothsMohaira, ' Superb Figured Merinos, . . ,, ' _' Famise clothsLustres, ...

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

COAL! COAL! ! ONLY YARD IN TOWN TEAT DELIVERS COAL BY THE _PATENT WEIGH-CARTS ! - NOW IS THE TIME F OB every family to get in their supply of Coal for the winter—weighed at their door by the Patent Weigh-Carts. r the accuracy of Oust Cart* no one dispute _^ and they u«ver get out of orderas is frequently the case with the platform scales. Besides the consumer has the satisfaction of preying the weight of his coalat his own house. I have a large supply of Coal on hand, consisting of l_^kN_^Vil_^Y _^8 _VA _^* COAL, all _ies. WILKESBARRE a u BITUMINOUS BROAD TOP « ¦ « All Coal of the first quality mined and delivered free from all impuritiesat the lowest ratesby the boat or car load, single, half or third of tons, and by the bushel „ JAMES M. _WHEELtR. Hamsbnrg, Sept. 24,1860 _^ sep26. CORN ;AND OATS BOUGHT AND SOLD BY : ; M WHEELER. A GREAT VARIETY OF I> IAHI B_», AND DAILY POCKET/^_OIJRKALS FOR 186 0_^ For sale at 10 cents and upward in ' price at BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE...

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

MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.00 p. m., arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.00 p.m..-, .. ¦ .. -. These traias make close connection at Philadelphia with tfce 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 3.60 p. m., Colombia at 5.16, and arrives at West _Philal delphiaatO.O&p.m. .. " - MT. JoY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 2, leaw at 4.00 p. m.,; Mt. Joy at 6.11, connects with Harrisburg Accommodation Train, East, at Dillerville at 5.40 , arriving at West Philadelphia at 9.06 d. m. WESTWARD. •THROUGH _EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Philadelphia _atf . 10.45 p m; , arrives at Harrisburg at 2.66 a. m. " MAIL aRAIN leaves Philadelphia at 7.30 a.m., arrives at Harrisburg at 12.50 p. m. , FAST LINE leaves Philadelphia at 11.60 a. m., arrives at Harrisburg at 4.00 p. m. ¦ _tvMT. JOY ACCOMMODA...

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

IMPORTANT -TO FEMALES. DR. GHEE S MA N'.S P IL L S , Prepared toy Cornelius L. _Ctieeseman, M. D., NEW YORK CITY. rpHE combination of ingredients in these J_ Fills are the result of a long and extensive practice; They are mild in their operationand certain in correcting all irregularitiesPainful Menstruationsremoving all obstructions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pain in the Side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all nervous affectionshysterics,, fatigue, pain in the pack and limbs&c, disturbed sleep, which arise from interruption of nature. , ¦ .-- ; TO MARRIED LADIES, Dr. Chceseinan _'fl Pills are invaluable, as they will bring on the monthly period with regularity. Ladies who have been disappointed in the use . of other Fills can place the utmost confidence in Dr. Cheesemaa '_s PUJs doing all that they represent to do. • ¦ ¦¦¦ • ¦ N©TICE, There is one condition cf the female system in whioh the Pills cannot betaken _wsthput producing a PECULIAR' BESULT. Th...

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

CITY LIVERY STABMS. BLACKBERRY ALLEY, IN THE REAR OF HERE'S HOTEL. THE undersigned has re commenced the livery business in his NEW and SPACIOUS STA BLES, located as above, with a large and varied stock of HORSES, CARRIAGES and OMNIBUSES , -which he will hire at moderate rates. ¦: . F. K. SWARTZ. fien28-dlv , . . J- 'KOJb'OSALS FOR GRADING- RIDGE ROAD. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received at the offlgeof the City Council in Harrisburg: until SAlUSDAY, the 2Qth day. of October inst, for grading Ridge Road, according to the profile exhibited in said oiflce, the ground: to be deposited at such places as the committee may deem expedient. All payments to be made to the contractors in bonds of the city of Harrisburg. By order of the Street Committees of the Fifth and Sixth wards. ". * A. K. BLACK, , J.C MARTIN, --J.R.BROOKB octl6 Committee. VALUABLE TOWN PBOPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE. T HE UNDERSIGNED offers at private sale TWO LOTS OF GROUNDsituate in Chestnut streetnear Second, adjoining D...

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

What Douglas Accomplished.—we present below the results of the * "little g iant's" recent mission _^in search of his mother/' We hope he will visit the balance of the States of this Union prior to the November election:— ,: Douglas visits Maine—Result ; Twenty thousand Eepublican majority! Douglas visits Vebmont—Besult: Twentytwo thousand Eepublican majority!! Douglas visits PfiNNSirr-vANiA—EeBuIt; Thirty thousand Republican majority!!! Douglas _^_isrrs Indiana— Re sult: The Republicanscarry the State by 10,000—the first time Indiana has ever voted anti-Democratic!!!! Douglas visits Ohio—Eesult: Republican majority increased from .13,000 to 20,000 Cleveland, where Douglas made a long speech, gave the Republicans a gain of 1,300 !!!!! Douglas visits Virginia—Result: Slave insurrection in Princes Anne and Norfolk counties: result of Norfolk speech !!!!!! Douglas visits Noeth Carolina—Result.: A Kentucky paper says, there'are' more advertisements of runaway slaves in North Carolina...

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

SOrER'S SULTANANA' S SAUCE For Hot and _CoW Dishes off all Kinds. ' y ^^^^ s _^ This most delicious and y_^ _^^^H \ appetising Sauce , invented hyth / _^^m \ ren °_wned "SOTKR,' fortheLon-/ A_^_mfW \ <J on _^_fottn Clubissince bis / _^B _Wf \ decease manufactured by j the feiin_^_LTsTWff_^ I weU-knowii house of Ceossb & _HR|^_HaBH_^^ Blackwku., London , from the _KHH_^^_H_^I original recipe. Itis the favorite _ipC_^H_^^^_Si/ Sauce in England, and on the _PSPMWBPP Continent, with a high and grow _yWMI _^ W iDg repuiat on among American _VflS _^ _WJW • Epicuresaad is much approved ^*_wII WS of as a stimulant to the _«DDeti»« _^Ml—«*r, and aid to digestion. "*' _lwule OPINIONS OF THE LONDON PRESS. "We recommend our correspondent to try Moss. Sotik_'s new Sauce, entitled the 'Sultana's Sauce > It is made after the Turkish recipe ; iti flavor is excellent, and it affords considerable aid io cases of slow and weak digestion. "—TheLawstt. Sovf_^j_^_bwsSw _^and SSP...

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

U_£* TOWN! PATENT WEIGH CARTS * _ij _^OR the convenience of my numerous up I* to-vn customers, I have ' established, in connection with my old yard, a BRANCH COAL YABD, OPPOSITE NORTH STREET, on a line with tbe Pennsylvania Canal, having the offloe formerly occupied by Wm. R. _Harris, wh-sre consumers of coal in that vicinity and VERBEhETOWNcan receive their, coal by the PATENT WEIGH CARTS without 1-STRA _Cdarob tor _Hatoing, and in any quantity _thsy may desire, as low as can be purchased' anywhere. ' 5,000 TONS COAL ON HAND,, OF LYKEM VALLEY AND WILKE8-r, BARRE_, OF ALL SIZES. 45-Wiul\g to Maixtais Fair Prices, but UNWILLING TO be UNDERSOLD BY art Partik. i_^- All coal forked up and delivered clean, and free from all _Imput ities, and the b&t article miaed. Orders received at both yards will be promptly filled, and all coal delivered by the PATENT WEIGH CARTS. COAL sold by boat, car load, single_^ half or third of ton?, and by the bushel. .",_' ¦ _' . ' _ " , ' " JA.MESM...

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

_PROCLAMATION. WH EREAS, the Honorable John J. PearsonI resident of the Court of Common Pleas In the Twelfth Judicial Mstrlct, consisting of the counties of Lebanon and Daupninand the Hon. A. O.Hiesterand Hod. Felix _Nisslcj, Associate _Judges in Dauphin county, haviDg issued their precept, bearing dale the 15th day of October 1860to me directed, for holding a Court of Oy er and _Termioer and General Jail Delivery and Quarter Sessions of tbe Peace, at Harrisburg, for the county of Oaupbiiiaod to commence on the 3d Monday of _Novtmbcr , being the I9lh day tf November , 1860, and to continue two weeks. ¦ Notice is therefore hereby given to the Coroner, Justices of the Peace and Constables of the _eaid county of Dauphinthat they be then and there in their proper personsat io o'clock in the forenoon of said day, with their records, inquisitions, examinations and their own remembrances, to do those things which to their office appertains to be done, and those who are bound in recogniza...

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

Republican PYRAMiD.-r-The follow g is the Pyramid of Republican States OHIO, IOWA, MAINE , OREGON, INDIANA, _VERMONT, ILLINOIS, WISCONSIN , MINNESOTA, NEW-YORK, MICHIG AN, CONNECTICUT, NEW-JERSEY , PENNSYLVANIA , RHODE-IS LAND , NE W-H AMP S HIRE, MASSACHUSETTS

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