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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

NOT THE FIRST ARRIVAL, . BUI ABEIVED IN DUE TIMS TO BE SOLD AT REDUCED PKICES , LTKEN 8 VALLEY S10VE COAL, 92,60 per ton. ' « s NOT ¦"¦ _«_4.OO « Also constantly on hand, . _LYKKN'3 VAT.lJtY _riRQggM " •* EGO _Sm?^^1 _^ STEAMBOAT COAti _WM_^EBBAKRK BBOIlEN, (< No. 3 and 4, Hickory, Oak and Pine Wood. S. _BYE_93. ¦ ' :hM_^ —^^ Qt y_^ _^t. ..., MAGRW&RXj ' • _EVERY doacriptlon of Iron or Wood MitpBBfrDWinnthrbest manneratthe _~ s' T _^ ' _ EAGLE W0BK8 ' ,, _Penna. B.Boad,abo_\e Statestteet Harrl*>arg AprilB18W-dly- ° »»»«««•

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

_f FRAWBL A. MURRAY, _laucMMor ( o Wm. ParktU,) JVERY & EXCHANGE STABtE, THIRD STREET BELOW MARKET LJAVINU _purobaseU the interest of J IX Q. Aauuintbe establishment , m <_i made laiw SdluouB to the stook, the undersigned la prepared ta icominodate the publio with SCFttum Hoxsss foraaddle r carriage _purposes,and with every variety of VEHICLE r the latest and most approved styles, on reasonable inns. . PLEASURE PARTIES will be accommodated with Omniuses at short notice. ' CAKKUQE3 AND OMNIBUSSS FOR FUNERAL OCCAlON'iJ wiU be furnished , accompanied by careful and Wiging drivers. ^^ He _iuvltss an Inspection of his Stock:, satisOeiltbatlt is ally equal to that ot any other establishment*f the kind »«ow ". FKANK A. J40RRAX.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

FAMIIY DRUG STOKE. nu._& _USWEiiiBlXJrBiliiU UAH UFJ&NED law uoleiale and Retail Drag and Prescription Store_, ibe Irun Front Builning, Ko. V» Market street lately supied by Mr. tby, wehre can be found an enti renew ck of Fresh and Pore Drugs. Perfumery, St* • COA1 L,Cual OIL LAMPS, Burning Fluid , Alo«bol Patent wiciuew, SuUonery. Fancy _Artieks, 4c., tta. We ve tha agemy for the sale of Kline's OelebrateiArti-WTeoth, to uriiioh we would invite the attention of _I j BU_^t attention to business, and desire to please, Inspwtiuii y ask a share of Publio Patronage. _^ KB-Prlme Havana Segara and-Tobacoo ' ainstantlj Ere-div

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

C, 0. ZIMMERMAN. BANKING. STOCK, BILL AND COLLECTION -OFFICE ,?. . . No. 28 South Seoond St., Haniaburg_. BONDS AND STOCKS FOR SALE. 8 or 4,000 Harrisburg Bonds. 30 Sb.ar.3s of Eartisburg Bridge Company. 70 •• •' _GaB " 40 " " Bank. 8cp4

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

_BuBintss (_Eaxls PROF. ADOLPH P. TEUPSER _fTTOULD respectfully inform big old T v patrons and the public generally, that he wfli continue to give instructions on the PIANO FORTE, MELODEOX, VIOLIN and also in the science of THOROUGH BAS3. HewiUWth pleasure wait upon pupils at their homes at any hour desired, or lessons wfll be given at his residence, in Tbird street a few doors below the German Reformed'ChurclC ' •" — _~ decl6-dtf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

BRANCH STABLE »-4U.r«t»u_«ii lRANKA._Mimfil. *_-_*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

: NOTICE TO S|»fiGULATQRS, VALUABLE BUlLX>ma LOTS FOR SALE. A NOMBEK ©F LAKGE SIZEDBVlhDJJL IN6L0TB »djpj_^njitite_Bo3ind_afiMM,and. Work _bhopaT*6Tflie "rfienna. fiatlroad Company, will be sold lowail*_orf?ea_|onabl_*terms_^aApplto _" .„. _ ¦ ¦ au«80_^m _^ "_" •' * ' • * J0BN_V W. HALL.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

- D E 1ST T t&% ;«_T?^: .;¦ _HP HE undersigned _. DbCTGROPipiajAj, A SURGERY, hai _returned and _resmedAJajpcUce Otate street opp«iiteHb\> "Brafly _fiouw_^_febe

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

gdgCelra; HARRI8BURG, PA. Thursday Afternoon, October 18, lftMh FOB PRESIDENT : ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF _ILLINOIS. FOR VICE PRESIDENT: HANNIBAL HAMLJN, OF MAINE. BBSpfcsBSB^^^^^^^^^ ¦ . i . .- ^^^^^^ _^^ The Future of the Bepublioan Party in Pennsylvania. After victory comes congratulation, then follows the usual expectations of those who assisted in achieving the triumph, and then the party in which the _people have reposed their confidence is _subjected to the predictions of those who have lost place and power by the changes and1 preferences of the people. Those predictions are already vouchsafed for the benefit of the Republican party—and aince the late triumph in Pennsylvania, so nobly wrested from opposition and fusion by the gallant efforts of the Republican party, the defeated leaders of the exploded Demooraoy are indulging in all sorts of evil predictions in relation to the future Republican State administration. If it were only to relieve the fears of these evil mongers, w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

Legislature Complete. The following is a complete list of the members of the Senate and House of Representatives as compiled from the official results:— STATE 8ENATB. 1st District—Philadelphia—°Jeremiah Nichols, P., John H. Parker, P. ' , George R. Smith, P., George Connel, P. 2d—Chester and Delaware—°Jacob S. Ssrrill, P. 3d—Montgomery—John Thompson, P. 4th—Backs—Mahlon Yardley, P. 5th—Lehigh and Northampton—Jeremiah Shindel, D. 6th—Berks—fHiester Clymer, D. 7th—Schuylkill—Robert M. Palmer, P. 8th—Carbon, Monroe, Pike and Wayne—oHenry S. Mott, D. 9th—Bradford, Susquehanna, Sullivan and Wyoming—George Landon, P. 10th—Luzeme—W. W. Ketcham, P. 11th—Tioga, Potter, McKean and Warren-Isaac Benson, P. 12th—Clinton, Incoming, Centre and Union —Andrew Gregg, P. 18th—Snyder, Northumberland, Montour and Columbia, °Franklin Bound, P. 14th—Cumberland, Juniata, Perry and Mifflln—Dr. B. D. Crawford, D. 15th—Dauphin and Lebanon—OA. B. Boughter, P. 16th—Lancaster—«Wm. Hamilton, P., ©John H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD! FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FROM PHILADELPHIA. The Bridge at Oonewago having been rc-bullt, the Passenger Trains of tho _Pennsylvania Railroad Coajpany will resume their former route. On and alter MONDAY, OCTOBER 16th, 1860, they will depart from 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. FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 6.15 a. m., every day except Monday, arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.00 a. m. HAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 1.00 p. at., arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.00 p. m. These traias make close connection at Philadelphia with the New York Lines. MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leaves at 6.60 a. m., Mt. Joy at 8.02, and connects at Lancaster at 8.60 with Lancaster Train , arriving at West Philadelphia at 12.10 p. m._} HARBJSRURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves at 3.50 p. m., Columbia at 6.16, and arrives at West Phila de...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

FALL OF I860. SECOND OPENING OF FALL AND WINTER D£t._3_T Gr;OOX>_S! YV assortment of DRY GOODS, of every d?*cr p(»: to which we invite tho attention of purchaser? . Opened ttiis morning, at CATHCART & BBOTHK U_^. No. 14 Market _^uare_. Next door to the Harrtebum u*:,k ANOTHER EXCITEMENT In making seiecUons among the large aud hu_^_orr. stock of _Sqouu Bxooa Shiwlb, Lmw _CttssB Law B boca 8_sawts, _lll# 8mi _Squark BvAimrr _Sbawis. _SvPtns Loso bo r>o RBAt Scotch _Plajd no DUSSBXMRT DO All. KnM or Mmt_»' _Sbawli DRESS GOODS! Delaioes, Merinos EopUns. _Valencias, Paramottas, Plain _MeriDcs, Plaids, Teloar Reps, Cashmeres, SilksTraveUcg Goods, Cbint _wc«_. Handsome Fig'd Cashmeres, Solierlno, Slide or _Mciicc LaveUas, Emellne ClothsMobalr-_<. 1 Superb Figured Merinos, Famise ClothsLustres, Madonnas, Everything new, desirablo and guod, wo c»n Bum' _y _^ the lowest rates CATHCART & BROTHER, Next door to Harris burg Bauk DOMESTIC GOODS. The cheap...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

CITY LIYERY STABLES. BLACKBERRY ALLEY, JN THE REAR OF SESR'SHOTEL. rpHE undersigned has re-commenced the JL livery business in his NEW and SPACIOUS STABLES, located as above, with a large and varied stock of HORSES, CARRIAGES and OMNIBUSES , which hVwS hire at moderate rates. F. K. SWARTZ. PROPOSALS FOR GRADING RIDGE ROAD. QEALED PROPOSALS will be received _£_} at the _offlae or the City Council in Harrisburg, until &A1URDAY , the 20th day ol October inst. for _gVadinjr 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 Harris burg. By order of the Street Committees of tie Fifth and Sixth warda. A. K. BLACK, J.C MARTlS, J.R. BROOKE, 06118 Committee. VALUABLE TOWN PROPERTY AT PRIVATE SALE. rr\HE UNDERSIGNED offers at private X sale TWO LOTS OF GROUNDsituate in Chestnut streetnear Second, adjoining Dr. John Heisely ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

PHILADELPHIA SHIRT AND COLLAR HOUSE _MAjrtrrAOTQBKU OF White, Fancy, Check Hickory, Denim and Flannel 0NDER AND OVERSHIRTS, Overalls, Drawers and Gentletnens' Famishing Good--BENNETT & RUCH, oct_!7-d3m 217 Church Allev FOR THE LADIES! A LARGE LOT OF FIRST QUALITY TOWIN'S KID GLOVES, Slightly damaged with water—Price 60 and _T." _> cu.~ QRSAT BARUA1N8. A 8ne aasortmentof moic _qu»l.iv perfeci—Black, _Wbito and Colored, at ¦ • .* CATHCARTS, ZNo. 14 Market Square-HANOVER BUCK SKIN _GLOVEr. A Large Slock at the Lowe*t lYlce, at OATHCART-. OOII6 No. 14 Market f'iuar' ATTENTION OF THE LADLKS Is _rawseOed to tbe NEW and SUPERIOR Make ¦¦ '. "8KELET0H 8XIETS," TRSN'CH PATTBBN. NO CLASPS. An art.. which there can be no objection made. AIL ¦-_¦ ' - running in 13,10. 22, 27, 80, 86, 40, 46 _anJ M S;r,. ftr sale ONLY at CATHCART A BR0TI1K::, No. 14 Market _£qiiar_>\ next door to the Harrbbork' i^' ¦ ¦¦'-¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

P X tO At Lewisburg, Union county, at the residence or her uncle, Mr. John Handolpb, on Wednesday, October 17tb, after a brief illness, Miss Alice Jam, only daughter of Hon. Joseph Casey, of this city, aged fourteen yean three months and twenty-two days. The fi tends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral to-munow afternoon at baif-past two o'clock, from Heir's hotel, to proceed to the Cemetery. In the death of Aljce, the hearts of her bereaved parents are crushed with sorrow. She was justly their pridr, their _. hope_, their peculiar treasure Full of lifoand buoyant spirits, little did they think their cherished ono could thus early die. But thus it is the order of Providence is often reversed. Children who are looked upon by their parents as tbe stay and joy of life—a comfort and support in declining ytars—and at last to soothe them in their la-1 hours, are often first called, tearing the earth dark and desolate to those who remain. In the premature d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

IMPORTANT TO FEJULLBS DR. OHEESMAN'S PILLS, Prepared by Cornelius L. _Cheeseman , M. D., NEW YORK _OITY. _fTTHE combination of ingredients in these I Pills are the result of a long and extensive practice. They are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting all irregularities . Palatal Menstruations, removing an obstructions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache , vous affections, hysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and limbs, &c, disturbed sleep, which arise from interruption of nature. TO _MARRTBn LADIES, Or. Cheeseman's Pills are invaluable, as they will bring on the monthly period with regularity. Ladies who have been disappointed in the use of other Pills can place the utmost confidence in Dr. Cheeseman's Pols doing all that they represent to do. NOTICE. There it one condition of the female system in which the PHI* cannet be taken vnthout producing a PECULIAR RESUL1. the condition referred to it PMEQNANCY—the result, MISCARRIAGE. Such u the vmsistMe ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

STONE FOR SALS rpSE UNDERSIGNED is prepared to fu: JL nlsh the public with every variety of _BIHW' CURB, and CROSilN ; STONE. Also a good aruo e HICKORY AND OAK WOOD , at moderau prices A\f to J. a. COLE, corner or Broad and Third streets, iu ' sixth ward. cctll_^i COAL OIL ! GOAL OIL 11 COALOII ! : COAL OIL! COAL OIL! J COAL OIL:: COAL OIL I COAL OIL!! COAL OIL: ! COAL OIL 1 GOAL OIL! I COAL OIL :' COAL OIL LAMPS! COAL OIL LAMP* COAL OIL LAMPS! COAL OIL LAMPS COAL OIL LAMPS'. COAL OIL LAMPS COAL OIL LAMPS! COAL OIL LAMPS ' ¦ Hand, Bland, Bracket, Hanging and Side Lam; s Hand, Stand, Bracket, Hanging a_^d Mde Lam _^ Hand, 8tand, Bracket, Hanging and Side Lamps Hand, Bund, Bracket, Hanging and Side _Lamps Beautiful and Very Cheap! Beautiful and Very Cheap! ,. - , " • -beautiful and Very Cheap! Beautiful and Very Che_<p! T Xamps changed to burn Coal OIL All the Coal Oil«« Lamps sold by u» are warranted to give en'ire situvtlte. Plee*_e_*aU and «»them. D. W. OBIfSi CO., Wbol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 October 1860

BARE _CHAJTCE FOE INVESTMENT VALUABLE HOTEL PROPEBTY In the City of HarriBbiurg-THAT well-known and valuablo hotel property known as the "SP8QTJEHANNA HOUSE," now In tlMrseotPKoey of Wm. Mocherxnan, sitoate on th ?"t __5? °_ywg**» «*«•». _«Bd immediately opposite _^ PenDsylvanla Railroad Depot , will be offered _«i _PRI vAit SALK _unUl the 4th of December next, and' r not sol J _^ are that time, will be pot up at public auct on on a-' This Is the most desirable property Id the ciiy of H_^ _risborg for hotel business. Iu proximity to tbe ' _^ _sylvani* Railroad Depot, and the Depot of _«H ihe _:«• roada centering atBamabarg_.make* it more _cocvec t ¦ and accessible to tbe traveliug public than any »''l>': Hotel In the city. Further information in regard to this property at;.: ; " to the terms of sale, may be had by applying to WM- H. MIU-EK. Attorney-at-Uw_. ( ort cor. Market Square, (Wyoth_'_s Buildlop) _^a _' S h front _N n.il_>:i*

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