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

FRANK A. MURRAY, (Successor to Wm. ParkiU,) LIVERY & EXCHANGE STABLE. THIRD STREET BELOW MARKET. HAVING purchased the interest of J. Q. Adams in the establishment , and made large additions to the stock, the undersigned Is prepared to accommodate the public with _Sofiriok Horsks for saddle or carriage purposes,and with every variety of VEHICLfcS of the latest and most approved styles, on reasonable terms. PIJ5ASURE PARTIES will be accommodated with Omnibuses at short notice CARRIAGES ANO OMNIBUSES FOR FUNERAL OCCASIONS Will be furnished, accompanied by careful and obliging drivers. He inviws an inspection of his 8tock. _saUanert that it is fully equal to that ot any other establishment _«_f the kind in town. FKANK A. MURRAY. J BRANCH STABLE The undersigned has opened a branch of hi3 "LIVERY and _EXCHANGE STABLE," in the buildings lately occupied by A. W. Barr, in Fourth street opposite th-< Bethel, where ha is prepared to accommodate the public with HORSES and VEH...

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

IMPORTANT TO CONSUMERS OF COAL 1 ¦"VTOT owing to the large quantity of Coal i\ on band, but to tbe continued and great demand, I have reduced the price of Coal FIFTY CENTS ON THB TONI Less than sold heretoforeand will deliver it at _shor notice to any part or the town. We have on hand the Lykeos Valley Broken at .$3 00 per ton. " " Kgg " 3 00 " «• " Stone " .....2 50 " " " Nut ¦" 2 00 « Wilkesbarre Broken " ....3 00 " " Cut ola '_< 3 00 " " Nut "... ....2 40 " I sell the real I._ykens Valley Coal and not the Short Mountain for Lykeu'_s Valley, as is done in many instances. All Coal from my Yard can b_« relied upon as being wha _tia sold for. riyl9ri3ml - E. BYERS.J GIFT BOOKS _^_V psom Jfrls G. G. EVANS' ORIGINAL GL_2pp_#RE. 439 CHESTNUT _STHOrof MAY be had at _theUM0«y_^E, Market street, near Third, for _ajM_^jrys. Handsome gifts or Jewelry, _WARRANTIES? JraE , presented to the purchaser of each book_^_Bf _^he gift should not suit, it will be _excbangecyjjjB»yrug else of...

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

To the Be-Drugged and Poisoned Citizens OF PENNSYLVANIA. Too are overrun with a deluge of tbo vilest compounds in tbe _rorm of "Alcoholic Drinks " that ever emanated from that pest of society, th _' e Liquor Mixkb. They are sold- to you as a luxury, or they are dispensed to you as a Medic>ne. and in either case the effect is the baruo There is bnt one way to escape, and that is to useas a luxury or a medicamenta sate and reliable stimulant , sold under stump and sealwhich renders it certain that it has not been tampered with. Such an article is .CHAELES' LONDON CORDIAL GIff, which is distilled under inspection of the British Govern ment, i_* delicately flavored (unlike any other Gin) with some of the most valuable restoratives of tho Vegetable Kingdomand is b v fir the most he lthy beverage extant. Thr most _KMnrrarr physicians of Ucbopb and _Aubeica not only recommend its use by the hale and hearty, ' but prescribe it as a medicine where a stimulant ia required. Thb feji...

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

F. K uinci.vnatj , onio, juiy 4,1857, Gknts:—Having used, and witnessed the: beneficial effects of Perry Davit' Pain Killer , I take great pleasure in recommending it to the public as the very best family medicine with which.1 am acquainted. In this establishment aro employed niarly 100 persons, and. your Pain Killer has been used with the most astonishing results. — For _jFpDR _TKAKS not a single severe case of cholic, summer_^omplaint, or dysemery,;_boV has yielded like magic to the curatlvo powers of the "Killer ;" and for cuts, bruises, etc., it Is in almost daily use, and with like good effects. JOHN TANNEB, Foreman of Wrightsou'3 & Go's Printing Establishment The stain on linen, fipm the use of the Pain Killer, is •asily removed by washing in alcohol. Sold, by druggists, grocers and medicine dealers generally. aug_!8-d*w2w

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

Thb Great English Remedy.—Sir James Clarke's Celebrate 1 Female Pills, prepared from a pro scripUon 01 sir J. Clarke,, M. D., Physician Extraordinary to the Queen. This well known medicine is no impositionbat a sure and safe remedy for female Difficulties and Obstructions from any qause whatever; and although a powerful remedy, they contain _uolhiog hurtful to the constitution. TO MARKIED LADIES It is peculiar)/ suited. It will, in a short time, bring on the monthly period with regularity. _Thkss Pius ravk nbvkk wow knows to fail whbrs the DiHECruurs ox _tuk 2nd _jmqs or _paxphlki abb wxix observed. For full particulars, get a pamphlet, free, of the agent N. B.—$1 and 6 postage stamps enclosed .to any authorized agent, will insure a bottlecontaining over 50 PiiU, by return mail. C. A. Bxnnvartagent for _Harroj burg. Pa.. T. W. Dyott AtSons, wnolesale agente Philadelphia; iunl3-d_*wly

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

NEW BOOKS. TBMPBR,JjX-Miss Marryatt. _Lovs_, (h. Antonr) from the French of _Jlicielet. Dkaoon Doouttlb's Drolleries. How to Act, Children's Qotli .es. Matkdconui. ADWMrruRjK _oT Peter Glauoy. _Tocetlier with all the u6w Books published, for sale at s TJEKGiVER'S Cheap _BooKstotf. . ¦ < _lf r'r ¦""*''' ™ AMri aNJXJI_^_aujs, ••tiniokedaud L' _q» amolwd_," ftr sale by A. B J _UISSON * P_^^^

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

EXCURSIONS TO COLD SPRING SCHUYLKILL & SUSQUEHANNA RAIJL. ROAD. FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OF PICNICS AND SELECT PARTIES \I/HO wish to visit Cold Spring during YV the Summer Seasonan EXCURSION' TRAIN will be ran upon any day selected, leaving Harrisburg at 7 A.M., and returning at 7 P. M Regular EXCURSION TICKET j will be sold at HALF THE USUAL RATES, when sufficient numbers apply to Justify tho running of a train, say 56 or more persons. GEO. GARVEKICHAgent aus2-dtf Schuvrlkill and _Susauehanna Rail Road.

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

An Iron Bridge has been constructed across Green river, in Kentucky, on the Louisville and Nashville Railroad, which, with the exception of _tlje Victoria bridge at Montreal, is said to be the largest of the kind in America. It is nine hundred and eighty-four feet long from abutment to abutment, and one hundred and fifteen feet high above low water mark. . . It is divided into live .spans, the two spans at the extremes being one hundred aud eighty feet long, and the three intervening spans two hundred feet each from centre to centre of piers.

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

Premonition of Death —The Albany Evening "Journal" says that Hon.. H. H. HanFom, a prominent politician of Michigan , and Speaker of the Assembly of that State in 1847, died at Marquette, Lake Superior, on the 4th _inst., of hemorrage of the lungs. It is announced as a singular fact, that his wife (at the time a ldng distance from him) dreamed, during the night of his death, that he had died, aud re lated the dream to her friends a day or two before the intelligence of his death reached fham

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

Conviction of Mobmon Counterfeiters.—Special agent _Jarvis arrived at Washington on the 17th from Salt Lake, and brings the information that M'Kenzie and Brewer, the two Mormons who were arrested upon a charge of counterfeitiug drafts on the United States Sab Treasury of Salt Lake City, have been tried and convicted before Judge Eckles, at Camp Floyd, and sentenced to twenty-one yean' imprisonment.— Tbey will be taken to California or Washington, _D. O.. to _Rftrvp out the term.

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

Thb votb for Governor of Tennessee, in all the counties of the State but seven, foots op _aa follows: For Harris....... 71,561 For Netherland . 64,649 Majority for Harris in 1859 7,012 The counties to be heard from gave Gov. Harris a majority, in 1857, of 1,295.-*-His majority will, therefore, exceed 8,000.

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

•~-3R2jr * _d " on Grain Speculators.—Tbe Chicago Press and Tribune says, that since the 15th day of last May, the price of standard wheat has fallen in that-market s&enty four cents per bushel t It says, that the result to grain dealers and speculators has been very disastrous all along the lakes, and that the losses at Chicago, Milwaukee, _Racioe, and other points, cannot be less than half a "million of Hollars.

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

_Sarsapariixa. —This tropical root has a reputation wide as tbe worldfor caring one clan of the disorders that afflict mankind—a reputation too which it deserves as the beat antidote we possess for scrofulous complaints. But to be brought into useits virtues must be concentrated and combined with other medicines that increase its power Some roliab o compound of this character is much needed in the community. Read the advertisoment of Dr. Aykr '_s _Sarsaparilla in our columns, and we know it _noeds no encomium' from us to give our citizens confidence in what he offers. Organ, Syracuse, IT. Y. amr9A..Uu>lm

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

STATE OK THE THERMOMETER. u-im.1 Works'. Harrisburg, August 27, '59 " lAJI. 4, A.M. 7 _. A.J.. 12 _. KOO* 2, P.M. —^ _w 64 77 80 _._^_TJ_^krI 7 o_'cloek a *. 29 760 2 o'clock p. m. 29.720

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

MRS. WINSL0W, An experienced nurso and female physician, has a Soothing Syrup for children teething, which greatly facilitates the process of teething by soilening tbe gams, reducing all inflammation—will allay all pain, and is sure to regulate the bowels. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves, and relief and health to your infants. Perfectly safe in all cases. See ilvortisement in another column. aug4_>d*wly

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

In October next. RevvJames Linn, D. D., of Bellefonte, will complete fifty years' labor as pastor of tbe Presbyterian church in that place —an event, so uncommon in Central Pennsylvania, to be appropriately celebrated.

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

Thb Bellefont Watchman reports that arrange - ments are about being made to place a daily line of packets between that place and Lock-Haven. These packets, we presume, are to be run on the Bald Eagle _Caaal.

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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

_fO_^C _TARINES ! ! !—Another large " _vji _* _JJi very superior supply just received by t mLJ3Qtsr .il

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

SARRISBOKU _^mrday Afternoon, August 27, '5»

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