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

FOR SALE AT BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE, 51 Market" Street, A LIFE FOR A LIFE, by the author of John Halifax, Gent. LOVE ME LITTLE, LOVE ME LONG, by Cbas. Reade. MBS. PABTTINGTON'S KNITTING WOBK. ADAM BEADE, Geo. Eliot. . . MATRIMONIAL ADVENTURES of Peter Glancy. MOSAICS, by the _author of "Salad for the Social." LOVE, (L*Amour) from the French of M. J. Michelet. And all the late Publications, (as soon as" issued,) for sale at * BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE, 61 Market street. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. QUEBU'S COD LIVER OTL JELLT.—The only genuine, and approved by the New York Academy of Medicine One of tbe most useful discoveries of the age—enabling th&most delicate stomachs to retain and digest this "valuable remedy PENFOLD, PARKER & MOWER, Agents, New York. For sale by D. W. Gross & Co., and by all Druggists. _aug26-dlw

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

CAMERON IN MONTOUR. vftloutour has _sJiq wheeled into line.— At ihei_^_latfr Republican County Convention" the following resolution was unanimously, _adopted :_*--Resolved, That_^_wltmost cordially approve of the course of oufirflkient and distinguished IT. tJ_^ Benator, Hon. Sliiutt Cambhon, which couametKkitself to our beet judgment, and is calculatedr_^jonduce to tfle( _^_fc gerity and happi ness of pur_^_auntry. _Eyer _oStflnn friend of . ,tbu working _mCThftad %_& _h_^l&rial interests SfcjLhia native state^|JPwnsylx^^_p radent_, _^_nSjSfijMjac _ious and of _TMDinjtttb;^ „._ and VSSSKSS_^^_mgsh_^^ Die of Mou>ur county l°ok j^^'y_^N_^_res. Rttal obairand we hereby _^Sfe^|L £_^r first ebbiw for the exalted station !^ 1_&0. -i _^.-

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

Coal Miners _^ a Strike .—We learn from the Pit'tsburg papers, that the coal miners in Western Pennsylvania are on a strike for higher wages. The JournaZsays:-— ''Along the _Monongahelaund _Tbnghiogheny, the coal miners, to the pumber of three thousand or thereabouts, are now engaged in a "strike" ' for an increase of wages, or the weighing of the coal at the month of the pit, instead of the pie*ent system Qf measurement. The miners are makiug extraordinary efforts to secure unity and energy among themselves and to induce ihe pit owners to come to their terms, and the movement is now so general_^hat there seems no probability of a settlement without a compromise. The trade is a very important one, and its suspension a serious injury to all the business interests of this vicinity. We, therefore, hope soon to hear of a compromise between the contending parties

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

GAS LIGHT. FOR THE CITY OR COUNTRY. rpHIS Valuable Patent Portable Gas Light L is offered to the public in full _conBdence over every other Gas Light in existence for Simplicity, Safety, Economy and Brilliancy of Light in any temperature ; it is devoid of any smell or smoke, giving a steady, cheap, and brilliant Gas Light, and it requires no trimming.— This light is under complete control, being regulated by the screw so as to be reduced from a full blaze to a small one, sucb as is suitable for a night lamp, and is Quickly restored to its full capacity. It is admirably adapted for Churches, Stores, HotelsDwellings, Lecture Rooms, HallsFactories, Caual Boats and Railroad Cars, or wherever a good light is desired. Parties desirous of securing the right or Territory for this valuable invention that will commend itseir, can do so by calling at No. 12 Market Street, _Wiestling_'s building, where they will be on exhibition and for sale lor a few days only, consisting of _Chandaliers. Br...

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

W. L. TREWICK, GENERAL DEALER IN GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, LIQUORS, CHINA AND GLASS WAJJ2. No. 12 iVbrtA Western SidejmMarket Square. I Respectfully inform JycuBtomera and the public, that I have just received a large Invoice of GROCElilES and GLASS WARE, some new patterns of Fruit JarsTumblers, Bottles, &o. Also, a large Invoice of SOAP, trom New York, _said to be superior to any now in use. Also, a nice lot of GREEN and BLACK TEAS, new cropwith all articles usually found in large Groceries. Call—see prices and judge for yourselves. Remember the place—No. 12 North Western Side of Market Square. aug26-d»t

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

A TBAMWKG jour printer arriving at Cincinnati the other day, and out of . sorts, invested the remnants of ,his money in a lottery ticke which _drewihree thousand dollars. He settled _Nte bills and went home satisfied. '_^lia was "giving the devil his due." There *»e _Jour P riDters we wofc _^ wht> deserv ?to b*v_® _^_Wd, out to them the same measure of justice..-_^re _^l other8, however, we are sorry ixtsaj_^_r _^^ _^^ sabmit to _^ other «*)JL siI5ix tnan tfip-of ju8tiije. Such _^_ura will i^". nprii!88 . A Rich Miser in Jail.—We learn from the Lancaster Court proceedings, that a gentleman, worth about fifty thousand dollars, having brought suit against another individual, the Grand Jury ignored the bill, and mulcted the plaintiff in the costs, which were twenty-two dollars. With this kind of justice he was utterly disgusted, and fully determined not to pay the twenty-two dollars, he went to jail, but the bill of fare, «r, as the great Christopher North calls it, the " ...

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

TWO PRESSES FOR SALE. _fpWO LARGE ADAM'S PRINTING PRESSES JL are offered for uale at this Office, at low rates and on accommodating terms. The presses have been and are still used in printing the Daily and Weekly Tblkgbaph, but the increasing circulation of our paper compete us to ueo foster presses. They will work 15 sheets every minute very easy, and have often worked up to 20. They are both in excellent order, and adapted to steam or man power. For a country office they would answer all the purposes desired. For particulars address, GEO. BERGNER & CO.

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

_Ntw _2Utatts£_Hunts HHOUSE FOR RENT.—A Dwelling House situated in North street, opposite the Capitol Grounds. Enquire at A. HUMMEL & CU'S Shoe Store. aue27-dlt GERMAN WINE.—Schloss Johannie-JC berg—a very superior article—and for sale by WM. DOCK, JR. LOST. —A White and Liver Colored Pointer Dog. Any information respecting him will be thankfully received at Foulton's Bowling Saloon. aug27dtf

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

_"%08B _WdBk:-_^0ne Opposition _cantf_* daW_^r Congress is elected in Kentucky by airily of three j one in Tennessee fey twenty.**; another by eig hty, and another by fifty. A Democrat is elected in Kentucky by sixty-seven.

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

LAKGKST CIRCULATION.—By a recent de.' clalon or the _Harrlgtrarg Pofct Master, the DAL_.V _TELUCRAPH ham the LARGEST CIRCULATION, within the delivery ol ihe Post Office, of any Paper, Dally or "Weekly, published In thla place

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

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

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

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

COURT PROCEEDINGS Friday Morning, August 27. The Court met at nine o'clock. The court room was densely crowded by persons who were eager to hear the remaining sentences pronounced. After the Court had been opened, H. C. Alleman, Esq., one of the counsel for the prisoner, in a solemn and impressive manner, addressed the Court as follows: With the permission of the Court: In the case of the Commonwealth against Henry Hulsinger, indicted and convicted of murder, we took exceptions to the charge of your Honor, before the rendition of the verdict, with the intention of * filing: our exceptions within the time _specified by the rales of Court. My colleague and I have since held a consultation, and after a thorough investigation and careful examination of the case, we have come to the conclusion that there are no grounds upon which to base a motion for a new trial, and that the defendant has been tried fairly and ronartiallv. We ate fully satisfied that the court was as careful, an...

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

MkthodistServices.-Rev. _W. _noason, rre-BidiDg Elder of thin district, will preach in the Vine street Methodist church to-morrow morning, at the usual hour. PBE3BTTKBIAN SSBVICM (0. S.)—BeV. W. W. Howard will preach, as usual, in-the Hall of the House of Representatives, to-morrow (Sunday) morning, at ton o'clock, and in the evening at six. _^ German Rmoemkd Sbrvicb at _MipDwrowir.— Rev. M. A. Smith, of Hummelstown, will preach at Middletown in the "Ebenezer" to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, at half-past two o'clock, in the German language. _Lova Unreqoitbd. Mr Hirht i«dim. mv fortune fled : I've nothing save too love I bear inoe. Give back thy loveor I am dead :— A word, a look, _wuilat I can hear thee. [ Proctor. Whim Hall Again !—Sanders presents a rich "Bill of Fare" again to-night. Give him a call and live. Our jolly fat friend is trying to rival him in the oyster line. He makes a good stagger towards it, but, somehow or other, Sanders alwavs comes out ahead ! Nbw Arrival o...

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

Dr. M'Lane's CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE a _wn LIVER _ PILLS. "^[/"E beg leaye to call the attention of the Trade, and more especially the Physicians of the country, to two of the most popurlar remedies now before the public. We refer to Dr. Chas. M'Lane 's Celebrated Vermifuge and Liver Pills. We do not recommend them as universal Cure-alls, but simply for what their name purports, viz.: THE VERMIFUGE, For expelling Worms from the human system. It has also been administered with the most satis_> factory results to various Animals subject to Worms. THE LIVER PILLS, Forthecureof Liver Complaints , all Bilious Derangements , Sick Bead-Ache, &c. In cases of Fever and Ague , preparatory to or after taking Quinine, they almost invariably make a speedy and permanent cure. As specifics for the above mentioned diseases, they are Unrivaled, and never known to fail when administered in accordance with the directions. Their unprecedented popularity has induced the proprietors, ...

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

« DR. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, AND DR. HOOFLAJVD'S BALSAMIC _CORDIAL, The great standard medicines _ofjhe present age, have acquired _tlieir great popularity only through years of trial. Unbounded satisfaction is rendered by them in all cases,; and the people have pronounced them worthy. liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Debility of the Nervous System, Diseases of tne Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a disordered liver or weakness of the stomach and digestive organs, are speedily and permanently cured by Ih* aVMMAW _T*TTTP!ttR The Balsamic Cordial has acquired a reputation surpassing that of any similar preparation extant. It will cure, without faix, the most severe and long-standing Cough, Cold, or Hoarseness, Bronchitis, Xn fluenza, Croup, Pneumonia, Incipient Consumption, and has performed the most astonishing eves ever known of Confirmed Consumption. A few doses will also, at once check and cure the most severe Diarrhoea proceeding from Cold in tbcb _TJowrt_.s....

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

SANFORD'S FAMILY CATHARTIC PILLS COMPOUNDED FROM PUBE VEGETABLE EXTRACTS, AND PUT UP IN GLASS CASES, AIR TIGHT, AND WILL KEEP IN ANY CLIMATE. The FAMILY CATHAK-IJ TIC PILL is a gentle bu active Cathartic which the 03 proprietor has _useel in big practice more than twenty J years. The constantly increas- _, in« demand from those who have long used the PILLS M and tbe satisfaction which all express in regard to HI -heir use, has induced me to place them within the n. reach of aU. Tho Profess-on well known that different Cathartics act on different portions of the-, bowels. The FAMILY CATHaR- _W HC PILL haswith due reference to this well estab M lished fact, been compounded from a variety of the £4 purest Vegetable Extracts, which act alike on every _« part of the alimentary canaland are _flood and tafelM in all cases where a cathartic is needed, such as M _DcrangauetUs of Stomach, Sleepiness , Pains in Hit " _J Back and LoinsCostivenes* Pain and Soreneu over the m todu.BesOesuut...

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

PAROCTTTAL SCHOOL THIKD AND CHESTNUT STKKKTS, _HARBISBUBG. FA. CYRUS V. MAYS , A.M., Principal. SCHOOL COMMITTEE : R. F. Kelker, I), w. Gross,I A. J. _Hksk, Geobgk Zlnn, Gkorgb P. Wikstljxo. MALE and FEMALE Pupils of the age of nine years and upwards received on appUcaiiuu to any cf the committee. Tbe School Year is divided into Two Terms, vie :— First Term—From the first Monday of September to the second Monday of February. Second Term—From the second Monday of February _^ to the second Monday in July. Prices per Harm, without any extra charge* whatever: First Class $16 I Third Class $12 Second Class $14 | Fourth Class $10 The fall term of this Institute will commence with the flrsl. Mnnrtaviif Snntemhftr_. 1859. It has met with encouraging success during the short time it has been established, for which tbo committee beg leave to return their sincere thanks, »nd tbey would re BpectfuUy solicit the continued patronage of the public. Parents and guardians may rest assured ...

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

SANiXJJEtD'S LIVER IN VIGOR ATOR NEVER DEBILITATES. IT is compounded entirely from Gums, and has become an established _lact, a Standard Medicine, known and approved/ ft* by all that have used it, and is now resorted torn with confidence 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 _^4 of re lief, as the numerous unsolicited certificates in _™ my possession show. The dose must be adapt- _PQ ed to tbe temperament oi the individual taking it,and Q used in such quantities as to act gently, on tbe bowels. j£ Let the dictates of your V9 judgment guide you in the use of theJJVEKINVIGO-M RATOR, and it will cure Liver _Couflaints, Biluous P1 Attacks, Dyspkpsia_^hkon 10 Dukrhora, Summer Com- _£. _plaiyis , _Dysbntkky , Dropsy Sous Stomach, Habit- Q cal _Costivknsss , Chouc, Cholera _Morbm, Cholkra " _Isvahtuu, Flatulknck. _Jauxoicb, Fkmalk Wkak- _ysssKS , and may be used successfully as an Orbina- Art r...

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