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

SO. iU <_Sros0 $c €o D. W. GROSS & CO., _WHOIiKSAJUB _AHD _KSTAIlj DEUGGISTS, No. 19 MARKET STREET, HARRISBURG, PENN'A. _DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STOREKEEPERS AND CONSUMERS, We ace daily adding to our assortment of goods all such articles as are desirable, and would respectfully call your attention to the largest and best selected stock of DRUGS, CHEMICALS & PAINTS Oils, V«rnlshM and Glues, Dye-Stun, Glass and Patty, Artist Colors and Tools, Pare Ground Spices, Burning Fluid and Alcohol * l<ard, Sperm and Pine Oils,] Bottles, Vials ana _Itamp _uioras, Castile Soaps, Sponges and Corks, &«., Ac, &e., &c., &** &o., «&o., With a general variety of PERFUMERY ft TOILET ARTICLES, selected from the best manufacturers and Perfumers of Europe and this country. Being very large dealers in Paints. White Lead. Linseed Oil, Varnishes, Window Glass, Artists _^ Colors; _Palnrand Artist' s Brushes in all their ...

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

meoicaL DR. JOHNSON, Baltimore Lock Hospital, Has discovered the most certain, speedy and effectual reinedy in the world for DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE nxuKr at an io iron houbs. No Mercury orNoxxout Drugt. tar A CUM WAXBA5TKD, OB WO _CHAXSK, III ROM On TO TWO DATS."" ®* _Weakness of the Back or LimbsStricturesPaina In the LoinsAffections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Organic Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the _Fhysioal Powers, Dyspepsia Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas palpitation of the HeartTimidity, Tremblings. Dimness oi light or Giddiness, Disease of the StomachAffections of the HeadThroatNose or Skin—those terrible disorders arising from the indiscretion or Solitary Habits of Youth—those dreadful _anddestrnctive practices which produce constitutional debility, render marriage impossible, and destroy both body and mind. YUUXH* JU£H. Young men especially who have become the victims of solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive habit _woicl) annually sweeps to ...

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

NEW SPRING GOODS LEAMY'SA CL0THING AND FUKNI_^HINa HALL, OOR. THIRD AND MARKET STS. JTNE BLK. FROCK COATS from $5.00 to $15.00. _< SPRING CAS. " 3.00 "1O.OO. " BLACK CAS. PANTS from 3.00 _«' 7.0O. " FANCY «• ' ¦ ' ¦« . « ¦ • ».00 « 6.00. ' PLAIN AND FANCY SHK VESTS, _» 00 » 8 00. SUMMER SUITS AS LOW" AS 3.00 « 4r.0O. ALSO, a fine assortment of BOYS'CLOTHING. aDf8-dtf WM. J, STEES, OAEPENTER AND _JOBBER CORNER WALNXJT AND FRONl'_S1RES1S. 1 OBBINGr of all kinds done at short Pi notice, in good style, and on reasonable terms. • apr6-dif JOHN W. GLOVER, _IMCox_^_oliAXit Tailor, wyeth'_s building, market stkebt, TTAS JUST RECEIVED FROM NEW XI York and Philadelphia, a Urge and varied stock ol WKING DRE_^S GOODS, comprising new and beaUUlul styles of CLOTHS PI AIN and FANCY CaSSIMERES. and bilkfaUn and _Marseilles VESTINGS, which wUl be sold at .reasonable, prices, and made up to order in the best »tvle ¦¦ ' ¦ ' . ¦ ' . . marlfi JOHN F. FELBER, /_CHERRY ALLEY, (between Second ...

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

MASURY &;WHITON 111 Pulton 6t, and 50 Ann St., NEW YORK, _MAXCFACIUBKRB OF WHITE LEAD, ZINC FAINTS AND COL_01.S OILS , VARNISHES, ETC. ntFORxns ci English, French and German Artists' Materiu!.-, FINE COLORS IN OIL AND WATKlt, WINS0R k NEWTON'S TUBE & CAKE CuLOK.-. BRUSHES, MAMTHKATIOAL & DBAUQHT8M£N' B iKSTltLMLMV PBAWING AND TRACING PAPEK. Stereoscopes, Stereoscopic \\_ova ETC., ETC., ETC., K1C, KTC Tbe^*r<ieular attention of Pa intersDealers m ¦ ' ¦ _:!•*•_- is _calffWJ_^Uie new Patent Method of pu _tting up i< -; and Zinc _«Uuis in _WETAUC _CANS, of whick i^«v _^ Wbtton are the Sola Proprietors. These Cau< are intended by tbe Inventor _toubvuif i: difficulty heretofore existing in the _puuiug >_-|. ¦¦ ' ¦ - and Zinc In small kegs. All o._nsuniera o: I'uinu - - aware that the lots on Le&d and Zinc put v '" 1> " _xuooaenpackagct ,ufromJUietote» per cau.,;n_^ ::¦' _¦ ¦ ¦¦¦¦ cases much moreowing to the abaorpuuu o...

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

_MxsuiiantanB EBY & KUNKEL, WH0IE.SA1E GROCERS, OPPOSITE THE PENN' A DEPOT, Beg leave to Bay to Merchants and Hotel Keepers, that they have recently increased their facilities for getting GOODS FROM NEW YORK , PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE, And would hereby call the attention of all purchasers to their LARGE STOCK OF LEADING ARTICLES WHICH THEY ASB SELLING AT CITY PRICES! ADDING FREIGHT. Orders for the [following goods will be promptly filled: Coffee, Sugar * Molasses, Teas, Tobacco, Cigars, Soaps, Candles, Holds, _\I Cheese* Spices, Starch, Bacon, Hams, oil, Tar, Fish, Salt, Cement, Plaster, STJLOIXH/.G-BA,T1SP " TIMOTHY AND CLOYER SEED, IRON, NAILS, &G.» &c., &o. Harri8BUkg, February 26-tf.

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

* t)B_, _^BIJNON_/S 00_NCBKTRATEI) REMEDIES. tOR -DELilCATB _DISEASiJS._^ IWNoli-tlHK GREAT BBV1VEB—Speedily eradicates all the evil effects of Self Abuse, such as general debility, loss of memory, -waatihg away or tho organsor any _oonslltutional derangements as _impoteocy, and weakness of the sexual organs, brought on by the unrestrained indufeonce of.the pa_^loog- Wee one dollar . No. 2._^-THK _CONCENTRATED BALM.—Will cure in eight days, onyoaeeof gonorrhoeais without taste or smollaud requires no rest riction of diet. Price one dollar. ' .No. 3.-CONCENTRATED TEkEB.—The use or this remedy will cpre Gleet tea short time, and I can show certificates of cure _efiected after all others have failed; tUi I* alia taalelessandTrtthoutamell. ' Price one dollar. No. .«.-HDON(,_ENTBAIipD BVtiHElL—U the only reroedf Utfown that will _positively cure strictures of the uretha, no matter of how long _standiug or neglected the «au may. he. Price one dollar. - < _^6t>; f—lNTft_(ER...

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

WEED'S PATENT SEWING MACHINES Have gained the confidence of all who use them, and proved one of the most valuable inventions of the age. They use a Shuttle, making, the Lock Stitch on both Bidss ofthe cloth alike_. _nUIUU UUUUV UD UUIO._VC11OU ur pUilBU UUW - They are all made, with the highest mechanical skill, aud all warranted to work well on all kinds of goods , from the Lightest Fabric to Heavy Leather. In particular , wo would call the attention of all to our Family Sewing Machine. It Das been manufactured expressly for Family Useandhas met favor from alL . - , It is so simplified as to render it almost impossible to get out of order, or derange Its operations, indeed it is so simple as to astonish one,tbat so small a piece of mechanism will sew. Belowwe give a description or the different styles of the Weed Patent. . Ho. 1, Is a very convenient style, which can be worked by hand or tooton or offits own table. For convenience of shipping, and also for large, manufact...

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

Insurant* (ttomponus DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY _QTSITRAJrCE _COMPANY S. S. Corner of Third and Walnut Street*, PHILADELPHIA. INCORPORATED 1835. TtyTARINE INSURANCES on Vessels I f I Cargo and Freight to all parts of the World. ' INLAND _DiSUBANCES on Goods by Birers . Canals Lakes and Land Carriages to all parts of tbe Crnou. • I RE INSURANCES on Merchandize generally, acd Ca Stores. Dwelling Houses, ttc ASSETS Of THE COMPANY, November 1st, k_^ $688,804 TO. November 10, is5_»_, The Board of Directors have this day declared a Ji ' _ri. dend of SIX PJBB CKNT. in Cash, on _tha Capital Sto.-t; and SIX PBB CENT, on the Scrip of the Company,_;..,,. able on and after 1st the proximo. They have also declared a Scrip Dividend _oITWFvty F1VE _PJCR CENT, on the Original Stockand ub the Baraest Premiums for the year ending October Si . i-:-Certificates for which will be issued to the part:.-* ec ' . titled to the same, on and after the first of f _>ccemi>«r _»O- Preamble and ...

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

_jCttus of Miami & _Sransportattmt CHANGE OF SCHEDULE ON THE PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD! r\N AND AFTER " MONDAT, APRIL \jjMltfi * 1860, the Passenger Trains on tho PennsylvanWRailroad will arrive at and leave. _Earriabnrg as folafrft _4_Ji • ¦ ... ¦: .. EASTWARD. FAST LINE arrlT«_s at 2.22 A. M., and leaves at 2,80 A. M.mil»Tr«_S»8top8at Middletown, _Eilzabqthtown, Mt. Joy, _Lancaster, Lemon Place, Parksbiirg, Downingtown, XU&UiHWtX. _PhUftdelpbia at 6 80 A. :M, , (THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN arrives at 6.60 A. M., _leatea at ».O6 A M_*i _atope at. MIdtUetownjEll_^bethtown, lit. Joy, Lancaster, Lemon Place, _Parksburg, Downing-*_WtCand;*_rrive8 at Philadelphia at 9_^5 A.v,«.; . •_Mf. JOY _ACCOMMODATION TRAIN via H. and L. £. B..laaVefl at 7.50 A_^M._^t4)_pe ai.»li:the way.sttUons, con-»_vta with the LANCASTER TRAIN which arrive* at Fhlladelphl»«tl2.40P. M. * MAIL TRAIN v_^_theBtarisburg and Lancaster Road_, arrives at 12.66 ' K, ]£leaves i at 1.10 P. il., stops at Ytdo...

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

OH ATT E R T O N' S _~ DOUBLE THREAD FAMILY SEWING MACHINE PRICE THIRTY DOLLARS. npE(IS MACHINE is simple in construc-%_ tlon, durable and not liable to get out of order. It uses the thread from the original spoolsthereby doing away'with the necessity of re-windtbg, aid sews light or heavy goods equally well. Those wanting' a Sewing ¦Machine - are respectfully invited to call at No. 110 Mar ket street, Harrisbnrg. - ¦ apr8-dtf LOOK TO YOTJK INTERESTS! ENCOURA0E HOME INDUSTRY, BY BAVLNG ALL YOUR PLAIN AND FANCY BINDING DONE at the STATE CAPITAL BINLV BRY, 64 Market street; _U7_«O PER CENT. LESS than New York or PhltadelpUa prices, which will be fcixown by _giying._us a call. The best of stock and workmanshlp guaranteed. " _BUSINESS MEN, ATTENTION!! ^|7"ERt_^viperior BLANK BO OKS, with or V without-prlntel headings, pageamade to order at 64 Market streetHarrisbnrgPa. Made to any size or pattern, and much more _substantial tnan city work. A fair trial Is solicited. Full satisfact...

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

PHILADELi'UlA AND _IPpING BAIL ROAD. _SJJMMEB, _AJIRAJVGEMEINT, * A_£idi8 _, 1359. TWO _PASSfeNGER _TJUINS LEAVE HARRISBURG _DAJty, (Sundays _accepted,) at 8.00 A. M,, and 2.45 P. M.,Jor Philadelphia, arriving thereat 12.60 noon and RETURNING, LEAVE PHILADELPHIA at 7.30 A. H., and 8.80 P. M., arriving at _Harrlshurg at 12.40 noon and tf._25 P. M. FARES:—To Philadelphia, No. 1 Cars, $3.26: No. 2 (in name train,) $2.70. . _^ARES .—To Reading$1.60 and $1.80. At Reading, connect with trains for Pottsville, Minersyffhb ramaqUB, Catawtsaa&o. _ITtrtJR _^ TKAINB LEAVl READING FOR PHILADELPHIA DAILY, at 6 A. M., 10.18 A M., 12.30 noon and km P. m. 1_EAVE ?HILADE_^PH1 A FOR _KKAD1JNU T.3U A. U., lip VfM., 8,ao P,-M., and 4.46 P. M. FARfiS :—Reading to Philadelphia, $1.76 and $1.46. 4Bff _MOKNING T'RATN FP.OM HARRISBURG CON NECTS5 AT READING with up train for _TOlkesbarre, PittstonandSerantoii. - - r ¦ For through tickets and other information apply to - J.J._CLY_«4 npl6-dtf _Gener...

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

1859. 1859. _NoHhern Central Railway 1 &QTICB. QHANCfiE _OE SCHEDULE. r\N _ANP AFTER MONDAY, MAT 2, \J I860, the Passenger Trains on the Northern Centra Hallway will leave ana arrive at Harriahurg as follows SOUTH. BUFFALO AND _NIAGARA EXPRESS. From Bani _dwrtf. • Irom Baltimore Leave Harrisburg 2.45 i.v, I Leave Baltimore 3.00 p. it. _ATriV«J«BatttDore7a6_AJt. | Arrive in_£arrisb' g.7_J26_pjt NIGHT EXPRESS. tnm Sctmsburg.... From Baltimore LeaveHnrriSburgT.16A.il. I Leave Baltimore..6._O0 p. h. Arrive In Baltim_/el2J6 p.m. | Arrive inHwrisb'glO_._iOP.* MAIL TRAIN. IromJfarrubnty. .. ¦ from Baltimore Leave Harrlsburg-1.20 p. *. I Leave Baltimore.. 7.30 x. u. Arrive in Baltimore _8.20i\i!. | ArriirelnB:a . rrisb'gll.60a.ii. Thaonly train leaving for Baltimore on Sunday will be ttaftlAavft. " : ¦ v ¦ ¦ •¦ :• ' /• - ; _fOKTH. MAIL TRAIN. JFVom _Harritburg. From WUIianuport Leave Harrisbur(rl2.46_pji. I LeaveWtUiamsport8.80A.K. Arr'einWUUamsp't6.00P.M. | ArriveinHarr_|sb' ...

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

C0MM0_MWKAXTH _IHSURAJfCiC Company, Onion Bnlldlr»Ra,Tlilr«_l St., Harrlaburg, Pa. (CHARTB_2RED CAPITAL—$300.000.) Insure buildings and otbei property against loss or dam age by Fire. Also, again*! the PerU* of the Sea, Inland Navigation INTEREST JPA1D FOR MONEY. and Iranuortatiax. DIBECT0BS. Simon Cameron, iGeo. Bergner. W. F. Murray, Geo. M. Laoman, Benjamin Parke. F. K. Boas. William Dock, Wm. H. Kepner, j. B. Berrymu, BU SUfer, A.B. Warftrd, Jno. B. racker, J.B.Boyd _» 3 _OFFICKRS. _STteON CAMXRON, _PreoMent. _BXNJi PARKS, Vice President. S. S. CARRIER, Secretary. r mar?5d&wtf A NEW ARRIVAL OF DRUGS AND FANCY GOODS' JUST BETDBNED FB0M THE CITY ! PURCHASED FOR CASH Will bk Sold fob Cash at Low Pricks ! Best Display of Fancy Goods in Town uttbivallkd as60btmxnt of toilet articles ! Willing to maintain fair prices, but unwilling to be undersold by any parties 1 We feel assured that we are able to sell ever . * thing in. our line as cheap and as good _aa any other establ...

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

NATIONAL. 8AJFKTY TRUST COMPANY CHARTERED BY THEjSTATE OF PENNSYLVANIA RULES. 1. Money is received every day, and in any _atnuun, arge or small. 2. FIVE PER CENT, is paid for monej from the Jay ; put in. _5. The money Is always paid back in GOLD, whenever it is called for, and without notice. 1. Money is received from ExecutorsAam\nUtrah<. Guardians and others who desire to have it in a yi-._o : perfect safety, and » here interest can be obtained ur : ¦ 6. The money received ftom depositors Is _iuvom.-: ; REAL ESTATFMORTGAGES, GROUND RENTS, a:.; such other firetclass _BeCuritlas as the Charter dire, t-6. Office flours—Every day from 9 till 5 o'cWk, >.:.-. on Mondays and Thursdays till 8 o 'clock in the evn.t:. This old and well established SAYING FUNI> 1m.-p. ceived more than TBN MJIXIuNS or dollars irom _ue»ri; thirty thousand depositors. HON. HENRY L. BKNNKRPresident. ROBERT SKLFBIDGB, Vice President, WM. J. Bjokd_, Secretary. - DIBBGTOSS. Henry L. Benner,...

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

PROF. ABOLPfl P. TEUFSEV, WOULD respectfully inform his old patrons and the public generally, that he wD continue to give instructions on the PIANO FORTE, MELODEON, VIOLIN and also in the science of THOROUGH BAS3. He will w'th pleasure wait upon pupils at their homes at any hour desiredor lessons will be given at bis residence, in Walnut street, three doors below fourth. _itanlH.Atr . DR. J. W. _MOFJ'IT OPERATIVE AND MIOHANICAL DENTIST, /_"\EFICE and residence No. 19 SoutL \J Second street, one door below Kellcer'_s Hardware store, and opposite the Presbyterian Church, manufac tnres teeth expressly for each particular cafe. All diseases of the month: carefully treated. Every operation warranted. Charges moderate. Office hours from 8 to 12 A. M., and from 1 to 6 P.M. _uovi6,'68dly _GRjiIAT _ATTRACTIGK. NEW TEMPLE OF ART. "OOBERT R. BARR begs leave most ret-li _soecttnllv to inform the Lames and Gentlemen oi _Harrlsbnrg_.and Strangers _ylsitiog the Capital, that he has opened a ...

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

FLOUR GROCERY • : ' AND ¦ - ' '- _' PROVISION _STOBEI! fO. 106 MARKET STREET , BARRISBUBQ. E SUBSCRIBER having now completed bis arrangements for a constant snpply of Saint _Loaig MillsDouble Extra Floorone of the best brands _noHMnanufactured In the United States. Likewise Southern Ohio Star Brand a very fine article. Tbess brands are made of the very beat *hite wheat in the country, and may be relied on as a superior _TTAJiIux FLOUB. ALSOHostetter '8 Extra White Wheat Family Flour, a good article. Also, some or the best of Superfine Dauphin County Brandsall of which_^wUl be sold as low as can be done, and warranted to be what they are represented. LIKEWISEBuckwheat Meala very, pure and fine article ; Corn Meal, always fresh. Mill Feed. Ac. &&*- corn and oats, by tne bnsbel, or small measure. PROVISIONS.—Hams, Dried Beef, a superior article. Tongues, _Balojoias , &c. " ¦ FRUWS.—Green Apples, lemons, 4c. Dried Fruits. Dried Peaches pared, a fine article u...

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

STONEWARE _MANMCIORT HARRISBUBGr , _PEtfKTA. _rilHIS well-known Stoneware Manufacto P rylately conducted by John Young & Co., ha passed into the bands of the undersigned who will continue to manufacture and keep on hand a full assortment of - ¦ ' STONEWARE. This Wafe has lately been very much improved In the body and _glaalng, and is warranted _ntptrior in material _miaUly.andJinishtoany Stoneware manufactured ™ tht Stateand, not surpassed by any made in the United States. PuTthtuertihemtelve* being the judge*. Much oi our process is not known to other manufacturerswhich _^_ive OB a decided advantage. Our clays are all obtained .In New Jersey and vicinity are selected by a careful agent and chemically prepared(by one of the oldest Potters in this country,) so as to form &JUnt body. The glaze Is freo from all poisonous matter, being composed common Salt and day. There is nothing in the glazing hat can Injure any one, apple butter or anything else may be kept In it...

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

NEW _ETOL NEf G'0W)S NEW PRICES! rpHB _BUBSCRIBBRS having sneceeded X" *o the WEOLJHALEiND RETAIL aROCERY-BUSI NESS of Messrs.; GRO_^ &c KTJNKEL; at WALnCt STREET WHARF., would respectfully .announce to the _citiiens of Harrleburg and vicinity, that they are prepared to offer for sale a large and complete assortment of Groceries, Provisions, Pish, Salt, Grain, P1odj \ Hopes, in great variety, uueensware, Paints, k Oils, FnHd, Glass, Nails, Cement, &c, &c Our Large SPRING STOCK, _puichased In Philadelphia and New York, and now arriving, has been selected With much care, and will present great Inducements to close buyers. We Intend to keep FIRST-CLASS GOODS and WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLDand hope by honorable dealing to merit and receive a share of patronage. mar24-dtf . A. ROBINSON & CO.

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

_JOSEPS CASEY. JOHN W. BROWN OASBY & BROWN, H A R RIS B IT R G , P E N N ' A. HAVING associated together in the practice of the Law , will attend faithfully and promptly to all professional business entrusted to their care. Office in Third street three doors from Market N. B. Consultation, in English and German. mar23-d&wtf TYOTGJH HERRING I! I—Direct from I / Amsterdam, in store and for sale by .. . ' ¦ • ¦¦¦¦ ¦ _' ... WM JOCK, _Ja. _iiOsTON CLOCKS, JUST received a new invoice of Howard .& Co_^s., CLOCKS, among them a beautiful Church Gallery-Marble dock-. Call and see them at the junlT-2m i_ - _ KA6LE WORKS . TTQRY AND PEARLFOLDERS_,and Pa, Xpe_^C_^tteja of vartoua stylesfor sale at _BBRQNfiB vto eao Bookstore. 51Market street.

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

J&nsintsB _CHarDs GEORGE W M'CALLA_, WATCH MAKER AKD JEWELLER JL MARKET STREET, J_^_l HARSISBUfiG, jfcgy'1 * _^ ••«¦*¦ opposrra ot _jonxs bousb. /_CONSTANTLY on hand every variety of yj CLOCKS AND WATCHES, and a large and elegant assortment ef JEWELS Y and SILVER WARE, at reasonable prices. Repairing done promptly and in the best style. myd-dly.

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