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

PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD FIVE f RAINS DAILY TO AND FROIV1 PHILADELPHIAThe Bridge at Conewago having been re-built, the Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad _Company will resume their former route. On and after MONDAY, 'OCTOBER 15th , 1860, they will depart'front "and arrive at Harrisburg and Philadelphia " as follows :— EASTWARD. THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.15 a. m. and arrives at "West Philadelphia at 6.10 a. m. PAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 6 15 a. m., every day_jxceutJfonday, arrives at West Philadelphia at in nn o _^_T~—_, ¦ -.. _; : ' _. r

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

Three Negroes to be Hung in Virginia.—Three negro men, all slaves_^ were convicted at the Lunenberg, Virginia, court last week, of an attempt to poison the family of Mr. M. L. Spencer, the owner of two of them. They were sentenced to be hung on the 9th of November next. _The effort "to frill mnsLaxxaruxaA " by placing a strong admixture of some poisonous herb or plant into a basin of milk. The peculiar odor of the poison proved to be so strong that the suspicions of those for whom it was intended were aroused before the milk was drank, and to this circumstance are they doubtless indebted for the preservation of their lives.

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

An Illustration.—The Southern threat of secession and disunion , in case their demands of protection for slavery are not granted, reminds us of the threat of an Irishman who lost his hat in a well, and was let'down in a bucket to receive it.. The well being deep, his courage failed him before he reached' the water. In vain did he call to those above—they lent a deaf ear to all he said , till at last , quite in despair, he bellowed out, "Be St. Patrick, if ye don't be after drawing me up, sure I'll cut the rope I"

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

_Nm 'Advzxtxszmmts JOHN B. SMITH'S BOOT & SHOE STORE, CORNER SECOND AND _WALNUT STS., Harrisburg, Pa. A LWAYS on Lund a large " assortment of £_X BOOTS, SHOES, _oAlTErfS, &c, of the _vtry best tualities for ladies, gentlemenand childrena' _wear.r-Prlces to suit the times. AH kinds of WORK MADE TO ORDER in the best style by superior workmen, REPAIRING done at short notice. octl6.dtf JOHN B. SMITH. Harrisburg.

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

The Next Dodge.—Now for the disunion howl I Pennsylvania has gone, Indiana has gone , and now the disunion howl is in order. Let all Republicans be prepared for it—for proclamations by Southern Governors—for jeremaids by the Locofoco press—for diatribes of proslavery orators! This is the next dodge.

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

The Breckinridgo party is reported to have carried Mississippi by twenty thou sand majority at the late election on Oetohfir 15 tii. ;

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

_flEUJJ lELuCJJia _jJlJ* HARRISBURGWednesday Afternoon, October 17,1860. The best assortment of oval and square gilt frames to be found at W. Knoche's, 92 Market street. t <•» _Tau«.—Two thin shoes make one cold ; two colds one attack of bronchitis ; two attacks of bronchitis one mahogany coffin. Attention, Wide-Awakes !—A special meeting of the club will be held at Exchange Hall this evening. A full attendance is earnestly desired. Turnout, oueand all. . «•» _Bbmbdy fob Bronchitis.—We see it stated that comm on salt-petre_, dissolved in the mouth, is a rem edy for bronchitis, and that a penny's worth is sufficient to relieve any one. Th6,cure is a simple and cheap one. A Looofoco Paper says, "there never has been a man over six feet in height elected President. ' ' Well, one will be next November; and by the time his first Administration expires, we have no doubt. the people will declare they _want him lonqeb. Wnii it Pat?—Three engineers are now _employe ed to run t...

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

iltrr** _^. _TONfcTDi vfRETIC, _IHYORATINt CORDIAL To the Citizens of New _Jersey _anr_^ Pennsylvania. ApothecariesDruggistsGrocers and Private _families. 'Wolfe ' s Pure Cognac Krandy. Wolfe 's Pure Bladeria, Sherry and Port Wine. ' Wolfe ' s Pare Jamaica and St. Crolx Rum Wolfe 's Pure Scotch and Irish Whisky. ALL IN BOTTLES. I beg leave to call the attention of the citizens of the United States to the above Winks and Liquors, imported by TJdolpho Wolfe, of New York, whose name is familiar in every part or this country for tbe purity of Ms celebrated Schiedam Schnapps. Mr. Wolfe, in his letter to me, speaking of the purity cf his Wines and Liquobb , says : "I will stake my reputation as a man, my stindmg as a merchant of thirty years ' res: dence in the City of New York, that all the Bfaxdy and Wines which I bottle are pure as imported, and of tbe best qualityand ean be relied upon by every purchaser." Every bottle has the proprietor 's name on the waxand a iac simile of h...

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

SANFORD'S FAMILY CATHARTIC PILLS COMPOUNDED FKOM PURE VEGETABLE EXTRACTS, AND PUi UP IN GLASS CASES. AlB. TIGHT, AND WILL KEEP IN ANY CLIMATE. Tbe FAMDLY CATHAB- • TIC PELL is a gentle Da active Cathartic which the 03 proprietor hag used in his practice more than twenty J years. The constantly incroas-" ing demand from those who have long used the PILLS M and the satisfaction which all express in regard toM their Use| "Has induced nw to place them within theft, reach of all. lhe Profession well know_m that different Cathartics act on diflerent portions of the __. bowels. The FAMLY CATHAB- Q. TIC PILL ba3with due reference to this well estab-M lished fact, .been compounded from a variety of the ft purest Vegetable _.Extracta, which act alike on "jyery |L part of tie alimentary_. -canaland are good and- _tofe _« in- *u cases where a cathartic is neededsuch is *< Derangements of Stomach Sleepiness, Pains in _ft*iJ Back and LoinsCosltvenest Pain and Soreness over Itetn body,R...

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

THE GREAT ENGLISH KEMEDX SIR JAMES . CLARKE'S CELEBRATES _EEMALE PILLS. Prepared from a Prescriplion of Sir J. Clarke, M. D. ¦ Physician Extraordinary to the Qtuen. -. _- . This invaluable medicine is _nn&iling in the cure ef all those painful and dangerous diseases to which the female constitution is subject. It moderates all. exoesB and removes all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be relied on. _^ MARRIED liAJDIES ' it is peculiarly suited. It will, in ashort time, bring on the monthly period with regularity. _S . , Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits. CAUTION. These Pills should not he taken by - females daring the FIRST THREE _MONTHlSofJPregmucy _^ at they are surt to bring on _JUiscarriage, hut at any other take they are safe. . -. . . .: In all cases of Nervous and Spinal._AffectUms, Pain in the Back and Iambs, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, these Pil...

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

SANFORD'S LI VER IN VIGOR ATOR NEVER DEBILITATES. IT is compounded entirely from Gums, and has become an established tact, a Standard Medicine, known and approved _f j by all that have need it, and is now resorted toft with coufidence in all the diseases for which it is re- O commended. It has cured thousands £4 within the last two years who had given up all hopes j of relief, as the numerous unsolicited certificates in _" my possession show. The dose must be adapt- _fJCj ed to the temperament ol the individual taking it_,and Q used in such quantities a? to act gently on the bowels. _Jjl { Let the dictates of your w judgment guide you hi the use of thellVERINVIGO-M RATOR, aud it will cure _Ltvkr Complaints, Buijous _^ Attacks, DtspbfsiAjChsoh-10 Uiarrhoka, Summer Com- _^ plaints, Dysentery , Dropsy Sour Stomach, Habit-" ual _CosmvKXESS, Cholio_, Cholbba Mobbus , Cholera n _Infastum, _Flatuikkcb , Jaundice, Fbmaib Wkak- nesses, aud may be used successfully as an Obbina- JJJ rt Fami...

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

Eruptions , Salt .Rheum, Erysipelas.—It is now generally admitted that all eruptive diseases depend upon some internal or constitutional cause, and that to use washes or ointments for them i3 a sure way to injure the system, and only to drive in, not to cure the disease. But HUMPHREY'S SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC -SALT RHEUM PILES are a true specific for all such diseases. They curs Salt Rheum, Barber's Itch, Erysipelas, Pimples on the Face, Ringworm, and Mettle Rash, by curing the cause upon which they depend, and by restoring the skin to the _ttate . of health and purity. Thusnot only is the disease cured, but the softness and beauty of the complexion restored. Price 25 cents per box, with directions. Six boxes $1. %)!$. B.—A full set of "Humphreys' Homeopathic Specifics," with Book of Directions, and twenty different remediesin large vialsmorocco case$5; ditto, hi plain case, $4; ciise of fifteen boxes, and Book , $2. Single boxes 26, cents'and 60 cents. : These Remedies, by the singl...

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

HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE!! WM. A. BATCHELOR'S HATR DTE! The Original and Best in tbe World! ALL others are mere imitations, and should be avoided, if you wish to escape ridicule. GRAY, REDor RUSTY HAIR DYED instantly to a beautiful and Natural Brown or Black, without injury to the Hair or Skin. ¦ FIP1EEN MEBALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awarded to Wm. A. Batchelok since 1839and over 80000 applications have been made to the Hair of the Patrons of his famous dye. ¦ ., WM. A. BACHELOR'S HAIR DYE produces a color not to be distinguished from nature, and is warranted not to injure in the leasthowever long it may be continued, and the ill-effects of Bad Dyes remedied; the Hair invigorated for Life by this Splendid Dye. Sold in all cities and towns of the United States, by Druggists and Fancy Goods Dealers. _jggrThe Genuine has the name and address upon a steel plate engraving on four Bides of each Box, of Wn.. ham A. Bachelor. . Address, CHARLES BATCHELOR, PeopBietor, marl2-d&wlv . 8...

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

F rom Fratk Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper, New York July 3J, 1859. _PASSING NOTICE. The Housekeeper' s _Jbeend.—Spaldinq's Pkkparkd Glue.—This admirable addition to our standard household economies will be held by all good housewives as a boon long wished for. but hitherto unattained. Spalding's Prepared Glue is perfectly adapted for those timely repairs to household wares, furniturecrockery and for fancy work, that is almost daily demanded by the experience of every housekeeper. It is chemically held in solutionwill withstand the action ot elimate and timeretai ns its full strengthand is put up in a snug convenient bottle, with a brushall for • twenty-five cents. On being applied, the chemicals readily evaporate and the glue becomes firm quickly, and adheres with the tenacity of the best cabinetmaker 's glue. For wood, leather, or other articles where glue is ever used, it is just tbe thing. We have tried Itand speak by tho card. In the country it will be invaluable, and nobody ...

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

P. K To "Perry Davis & Son :—Dear Sirs—I feel happy to add one mere testimonial of the value of your Pain Killer to the thousands sent you from nearly all parts of the world. On the 8th of this month I fell from a second story doorway to the pavements, striking on my feet, and bruising them severely; also straining the ligaments ol the ankles. When carried home my feet were black and swollen, and the pain so intense as to cause fainting. I immediately applied your Pain Killer, and continued to do so at intervals of about ten minutes. The second day the appearance was a greenish yellow, with little er no pain, and to-day I can walk with ease to my store. - ' Yours Respectfully I . SUGGITT, High Street Providence, May 12th, 1857-Sold by all druggistsgrocers and medicine dealers throughout the United States and Canadas. The stain on linen from the vise of tbe Pain Killer is easily removed by washing in alcohol. sl4-lin

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

_^°We call the attention our leaders ah article advertised hi another columncalled Blood Food It is an entirely new discovery, and mustnotbe cotfounded with any of the numerous patent medicines of tho day. It is food for the blood, already prepared for absorption; pleasant to the taste ana natural in actionand what one gains ae retains. Let all those, then,- who are suffering from poverty, impurity or deficiency of blood, and consequently with-some chronic disease or ailment, take of this Biood Food and be restored to health. We notice that our Druggists have received a supply of this article, and also or the world-renowned Dr. Eaton's In. fantilk Cokdulwhich every mother should have. It is said to contain no paregoric or opiate of any kind whatever, and of course mast be invaluable for all iaftntilo complaints. It is also said that it will allay all pain, and soften the gums ia process of teething, and at the same time regulate the bowels. Let all mothers and n urses, who have en...

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

Judsoh's Mountain Hbbb Phis.—How strange and wonderful it often seems to us that a medicine composed of simple mountain herbs and roots, should so certainly search out and cure disease. How surprising that tbe Indians should know and preserve so long and well a secret that has escaped the search of the greatest physicians the world has ever seen. True, the ancient inhabitants of Mexico were a strange race, found by the Spaniardsliving in large cities, and, allowing for their strange customs and religion, as well civilized as their conquerors..: In the words of a writer of some celebrity, "Ihey have perished from the earth, their cities are gigantic piles of rains, th_«ir Kings and Princes so mighty in their lifeare forgotten; their ruins and tneir medicine alone are left. " Tbe united testimony of all intelligent persons is, that JUDSON'S MOUNTAIN HERB PILLS are the most successful medicine ia the world in curing disease. Sold by all medicine deale-s. octl6-lm

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

How to Fbessrvb Bkautt.—Nothing is more becoming to a man or woman than a luxuriant head of hair, and a woman's beauty is certainly incomplete with out a fair complexionand she or he wbo neglects these greit and important adornments of nature must expect to sutler the mortification of premature baldness, and a wrinkled face and a sallow, skin. Nothing is necessary to preserve these essential attractions but the use of Prof. Wood's Restorative.—Louisville Times. Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative.—We have had occasion to use this _fameus preparation of Prof. Wood's and after thoroughly testing its qualities, we find that where tbe hah- is thin it will thicken it. if gray it will re-Btore it to its original color ; likewise, it gives a glossy appearanceas well as keeps the hair from falling off.— This invaluable ingredient is for sale at "Chinaman's Tea Store," south-east corner Frederick and Baltimore Sts., by Mr. J. C. Given.—Baltimore Clipper. Sold bv all sood Druggists. sl2-lm

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

Mothers, Read This.—-The following is an extract from a letter written by the pastor of a Baptist charcb. to the "Journal and Messenger " Cincinnati, Ohioand speaks volumes in favor of that world-renowned medicine—Mrs. Winslow '8 Soothing Syrup for Children Teething: r "We see an advertisement in your column of Mrs. Winslow_'s Soothing Syrup Now we never said a word in favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but we feel compelled to say to our readersthat this is no humbug—we have tried It, aud know it to be allil claims. It is, probably, one of the most successful medicines of the day, because it is one of the best. And those of your readers who have babies can't do better than to lay a _suDDlv. au22

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

_' WIGS !—WIGS I I—WIGS 1! I BATCHELOR'S WIGS AND TOUPEES surpass all. Thoy are elegant, lighteasy and durable. Fitting to a cbarm—no turning up behind—no shrinkng off the head ; indeed, this is the only Establishment where these things are properly understood and made n Bond street, New York. marl2-diwly Dr. McClintock 8 Cold and Cough Mixture tha established and standard remedy for Cough, Cold, Influenza, Hoarsenessand all irritations of the mucous membrane of the throatpalate and nose, is endorsed by physicians, and all who have used itas a preparation tbat has no rival in the field. Price 25 cents. _Sold by _Geoi ge Berener. .. : jy20

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