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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

Dr. M'Lane's CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE AND LIVER PILLS. _XT_^E beg leave to call the atten-* lion of the Trade, and more especially the Physicians of the country, to two of the most popular remedies now before the public. We refer to Dr. _Chas. I'iue's Celebrated Vermifuge and Liver Pills. We do not recommend them as universal Cure-alls, but simply for what their name purports, viz.: TME 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. - THEE-_^_LWEBh _PlixLS, • Forthecure of Liver Complaints _^ all Bilious Derangements, Sick Head-Ache, &c. In cases of Fever and Ague, preparatory to or after taking Quinine, they almost invariabby_^ke a speedy and permanent cdl_^B_^ As specifics for the abov3_^jrV tdoned diseases, they are Unrivaled, and never known to fail when administered in accordance with the directions. Their unprecedented popularity has induced the propr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

_CTJbJ W BOOKS FOB SALE AT BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE, 51 Market Street, A TJFK FOR A LIFE, by the author of John Halifax, Gent. LOVE UK LITTLE, LOVK ME LONG, by Chan. Reade. MRS. PARTTINGTON'S KNITTING WORK. ADAH BKADE, Geo. Eliot. MATRIMONIAL ADVENTURES of Peter Glancy. MOSAICS, by the author of "Salad for the Social." LOVK, (L1 Amour) from the French of M. J. JftoheleL And all the late PubBcatlons, (as soon as _isJPff,) for sale at BERGNEB'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE, ¦ * ' SI Market street. BEWARE OF IMITATIONS. QUERD'S COD LIVER OIL JELLY.-Tbe only gennine, and approved by the New_? York Academy of Medicine. One of the most useful* discoveries of the age—enabling the most delicate stomachs to retain and digest this valuable remedy 1 „ PKNFOLD, PARKER ft _MOWJOt, Agents, New York. For sale by D. W. Gross & Co., and by all Druggists. ¦ng28-dlw ROOFING SLATE. rpHE subscribers respectfully announce l-._^th at they will furnish and put on SLATE ROOFING _WwSjman 1 the celebrated Lan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

- -* - -J _^^ _^^ _^^ W_* _^b_^ _^^ _^^ k_« *JBp _^S _^B 9_& B W _M _w_» _W w _/ DR. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, AND DR. HOOFIiAJCD'S _JBAUSAMIC €ORDIAX, The great standard medicines o_/_Jhe _pretent age, have acquired their great popularity only through y**rs of trial. Unbounded satisfac tion is rendered by them in all ease*; and the people have pronounced them worthy. Liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Debility of tbe Nervous System, Diseases of tbe Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a disordered liver or weakness of the stomach and digestive organs, are speedily and permanently cured by the GERMAN BITTERS. The Balsamic Cordial has acquired a reputation surpassing that of any simSar preparation extant. It trill cure, without tail, the most severe and longstanding Cough, Cold, or Hoaneneu, Bronchitis, *** • _JbusH t Croup, Pneumonia, Isoipiutt _Consumption, and has performed the most astonishing ewes ever known of Confirmed _Ckorampttoii. A few doses- will also at...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

HICKOK'S PATENT PORTABLE Cider and Wine Mill and Press. npHIS sterling machine, which from the I test of several years has proved itself superior In point of simplicity and efficiency to anything in the market, is now ready for tbe applo harvest of 1859. It is made, if possible, better than ever, and where there are no agenU, farmers will do well to send to the manufactory early for a circular. JB&- More than one hundred Silver Medals and Diplomat have been given to this Mill within tho last four years. Ihis Mill has been the pioneer in that line, and we claim tbat it is the best one hi the Market on the following points:— 1st. It win grind the easiest, fastest, and hi the most perfect manner. 2d The Press is the simplest and most powerful, and quickest handled. It is not hampered up with a number of screws and oog-wbeeis, which create enough friotiou to destroy its utility. It is well made and sold at a fair price. 49-The Mill occupies about two and-a-half fsetby three fe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

SANFOKD'S FAMILY CATHARTIC PILLS COMPOUNDED FROM PUBE VEQETABLE EXTRACTS, AND POT UP IN GLASS CASES, AIR TIGHT, AND WILL _gTMP IN ANY CLIMATE. The FAMILY CATHAR-I ' TIC PILL is a gentie bu active Cathartic which the 03 proprietor has used in his practice more than twenty J years. The constantly iucreas- _ ing demand from those who have long used the PILLS M and the satisfaction which all express iff. regard to M 1 heir use, .has induced me to place them'within the A. reach of all. The Profession well know _** that different Cathartics act on different portions of the-, boweb. The FAMILY CATHaR-U HO PILL haswith due reference to this well _estab M Uahed fact, been compounded from a variety of the h purest Vegetable Extracts, which act alike on every _^ mrt of the _alimenury canaland are good and taft W in* all cases where a, cjlthartio is neededsuch as _^ DerangenieMx <f StomacA Sleepinm, Paint in tke j* Back and Loin*CoUivcnttt Pain and Sorcnett oner the M body,RetUet...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

MRS. WINSLOW, An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents to the attention of mothers, her _SOOTJEING SYRUP, For Children Teethlngr, which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by son ening tbe goms,reducing all inflammation—will allay ALL PAIN, and spasmodic action, and is SURE TO BEGULATE THE BOWELS. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves, ANDRELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR . We have put up and sold this article for over ten years, and can sat, in ooN- . _hdsno* and truth, what we have never been able _q. tosav of any other medi cine—NEVER HAS IT _LT FAILED, IN A SING LK INSTANCE TO EFFECT A_^ CURE, when timely used. Never did we know an in-p_£ stance of dissatisfaction by any one who used it. On _^. the contrary, all are delighted with Its operations, " and speak in terms of highest commendation of 0Q its magical effects and medical virtues. We speak in this matter "what vi do.KKOW, i alter ten years'.». experience,, and plkdok OOR BKPCTATKW TOE THB...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

FRANK A. MURRAY, {_Sueceuor to Wm, ParkiU _j) LIVERY & EXCHANGE STABLE ¦ < > . • <»' _j iU . : _ - THTBD STREET BELOW HAKKET. TTAVINGr purchased the interest of J. I Q. _Adahs in the establishment, and made large additions to the stock, the undersigned is prepared to accommodate the public with Superior _Horsbs for saddle or carriage purposes,and with every variety of VEHICLES of the latest and most approved s ' tyles, on reasonable terms. PLEASURE PARTIES will be accommodated with Omnibuses at short notice CARRIAGES AND OMNIBUSES FOR FUNERAL OCCASIONS will be furnished, accompanied by careful and, obliging drivers , . ' »- ¦ • He invites an Inspection or his 8tock, satisfied tbat it ta rally equal to that ot any other establishment _«_f the kind? in town. FRANK A. MURRAY. _< BRANCH STABLE The undersigned bas opened » branch of his "IJVBRY and EXCHANGE 8TABLE," in the buildings lately occih pied by A. W. Barr, in Fourth street opposite th-) Be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

SHORTJEST TIME *AM> M O ST EELI A B L E ROUTE TO NEW YORK . , ¦ ¦ . IS VIA . THK -_^ PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL ft. R. •AND . " . CAMDEN AND AMBOY, OR NEW BRTJN8-' WICK R. R. ,. -_«. „... ¦ ., JR4WB.- $4U8_ft ., OMNIBUS, FABE THROUGH PHLLADEL _^ PHIA INPUJDED. PASSENGERS leaving _Harrisburg via Pennsylvania Central R. R., arrive in New _fork'as foUpw | _K yj«: _^, . ¦¦¦ ' . ' LEA VINO HARHEBUEG by FAST LINE »t 2.30 A._X. , arrive in New York at 120 r. m. LEAVING HARRISBURG by EXPRESS TRAIN at 6.05 a. m. arrive in New York-at 8.10 r. u. [ LEAVING BARRI8BURG by MAIL TRAIN at 1.10 P. M. arrive in New York at 10.00 p. K. • ¦ ALL TRAINS by this route make dose connections at Philadelphia. PASSENGER8 privileged to STOP in Philadelphia and _resume their journey at _pleasur_*. . ¦ it. - :: y*"_* '" A.L.BOUMFORT, Sup>t, gast. Die, Pam'a. R. S. ' ' IRVIN J. CRANK, I&trf Agad. aaglO-dtf-rd-augaa ¦¦ __-. -' _Vjjf _^v \ if

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

PAROCHIAL SCHOOL! THIRD AND CHK8TNTJT STREETS, BABBI8BDBO, PA. CYRUS V. MAYS, A.M., Principal SCHOOL COMMITTEE: R. F. _Kblksh , D. W. Gkobs ,! A. J. Hbk, _Gkorob _Zom, _Gbobox P. _Wostlihq. "llyfALE and FEMALE Pupils of the age Xu_ of nine years and upwards received on application to any of the committee. The School Year is divided into Two Terms, via :— Ftrtt Tern—From the first Monday of September to the second Monday of February. Second Term—From the second Monday or February to the second Monday in July. _Prkt* per Term, without any extra charge* vAatever: First Class .$16 I Third Class, .v, $12 Second Class $14 | Fourth Class $10 The fall term of this Iostitnte will commence with the first Monday of September, 1869. , It has met with encouraging success during the short time it has been established, for which the committee beg leave to return their sincere thanks, and tbey would re spectfuUy solicit the continued patronage of the publio. Parents and guardians mav rest a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

SANFOJEtD'S , LIVER _INVIGORATOR NBVBR DEBILITATES. XT is compounded "entirely from Gums, I and has become an established lact, a Standard Medicine, known and approved_^ by all that nave used it, and is now resorted to W with _eonfidenoe in all the diseases for which it is re- O commended. It has cured thousands B_4 within the last two years: who had given up all hopes _^t of relief, as tho numerous unsolicited certificates in _^1 my possession _sbow. The dose must be adapt- p£ ed to the temperament oi the individual taking it,and Q used in _suoh quantities as to act gently on the bowels, i Let the dictates of your O ludgment guide you in the use of the 1JVERINVIGO- M RATOR_, and it will cure Ijvkk CoxFLADns, Bnxious p » Attacks, Dtbpbpsl_^ChbosioUurrhoka _. SdjdcbrCom-Hj plawto, _Dtsxhtkhy , Dropst Sous _Sroiuca, Habit- 3 oal CoanvBtnss, Chouc, Cboudu _Morbus, Cholera_^1 _Io _tantdm, Flatulkmos. Jauxdigb, Fkmau Weak- _Hissa8,and may be used successfully as an Orbina- flj ry _Fajo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

To _tiie Be-tfrugged and Poisoned Citizens - -OF PENNSYLVANIA. You are overrun with a deluge of the vilest compounds in the form of "Alcoholic Drinks" that ever emanated from that pest of society, the Liquor _Mdoou They are sold to you as a luxury, or they are dispensed to you as a Medicine, and in either case the effect is the same There is bat one way to escapeand that is to use, as a luxury or a medicamenta sate and reliable stimulant, sold under stamp and sealwhich renders it certain that it has not been tampered with. Such an article is CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL GIN, which is distilled under inspection of the British Govern ment, is delicately flavored (unlike any other Gin) with some of the most valuable restoratives of the Vegetable Kingdom, and is by far the most ho lthy beverage extant. THK MOST XMUtSNT PHYSICIANS OF KUKOPJC AND _AXXRICA not only recommend its u8e by the hale and hearty, but prescribe it as a medicine where a stimulant is required. Thr fexalk six will find ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

P. K ' Cwcinhaii, Ohio, July 4,1867, Gents:—Having used, and witnessed the beneficial effects of Perry Davit ' Pain KUlar, I take great pleasure in recommending it to the publio as the very best family medicine with which I am acquainted. In _tbls establishment are employed naarly 100 persons, and your Pain Killer has been _used_'with the most astonishing _rosults.— For four _ttuss not a single severe case of cbollc, summer complaint, or dysentery,*but has yielded like magic to the curativo powers of the " Killer;" and for cuu, bruises, etc., it is in almost daily use, and with like good effects. JOHN TANNER, Foreman of Wrlghtson_'_s k Go's Printing Establishment The stain on linen, from the use of the Pain Killer, is easily removed by _washiug in alcohol. Sold by druggists, grocers and medicine dealers generally. auglb-d_*w2w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

EXCUBSIOBS TO COLD SPUING SCHUYLKILL & _SUSdUEHANNA BAIL fiOAD, FOR THE ACCOMMODATION OP PICNICS AND SELECT PARTIES TTTHO wish to visit Cold Spring during Y V the Summer Season, an EXCURSION' TRAIN will.be run upon any day selected, leaving Harrisburg at 7 A. M., and returning at 7 P. M Regular EXCURSION TICKETS will be sold at HALF THE USUAL RATES, when sufficient numbers apply to justify the running of a train, say 60 or more persons. GEO. GARVERICH, Agent, aug2-dtf Schuylldll and _Susquehanna Rail Road.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

D. 111. (_Brosa & Co D. W. GROSS & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUG<_5rISTSv No. 19 MARKET STREET, HMiiSBURG_, _PENWA. DRUGGISTS, PHY_/SICIANS, STOREOiEPERS AND CONSUMERS, We are d_^ily_, adding to. o._tur _assortment of _godds all flnch«_rti«te8%8 _aretlesirable, and wonld=reBpectfnHyc»U yottf attention to the . - -f.;. ,: ,/ !.t | ..¦- - ._*.. .-. • ¦_- . ' " ¦ i -; largest ana beat selected stock of DRUGS, _&1EMICALS & Pi_^TS, Oil*, _Vwrnlshes and Glnca, . " • _i ¦ Dye.9_tTtffm Ol««s and Putty, ; ., - AKtlsl _Coloxs ana Tools, Pare Ground »plc«»_, Burnlnif Flntd and Aloobol t Lead, Spcnu and Pine Oil*,] _BotUea, Viola an4 liamp Globe*, _Coattle Soaps, Sponges and Corks, &c, &&, &D., *c» &_«.. _&0._« &Ci WithageneraJ varie_^of: _PEEFUHERy & TOILET ARTICLES, selected from tbe best manufacturers and Pcrlumers of Eafope and thiB country. Being very large dealers in faints, W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

_^Icbical. DR. JOHNSON, Baltimore -- Lock Hospital, a as discovered the most certain, speedy and effectual remedy In ttoe worldfor DISEASES OF I1_IPKUDEJJCE _itaetm.ms. ro irevi bouxs. _JW_«JferMry or Noxious Drugs. *a-_^A eras _WiRjujmtD, or no _Chirgx, is fko* O?k to Two Days.-» _WeaJcnoss or the Back or limbsStrlcttureePalM w Uie Loins, Affections of the Kidney* and Bladder, Organic Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the _physical Pow era Dyspepsia Languor, I»w Spirits, Connision of Ideao palpitation of the HoarLTlmidltyTrembHagBDimness _cl I'ht or Giddine_^Useue of the StomachAffections" ci the_<_£eadr fnroatry_^e or Skin_^_hose terrible disorders arising frora the inBBftretibn or Solitary HabltB of Youth—those dreadful _ij_^satcuotiir_© _practfoea wblcb produco constitutional debiitty, render marriage _impocalble, and destroy both body dnd mind. * _" tt>UNG MEN. _foung men _especially who have become the victims _ci solitary Vioe, _thatdreadful and _destru...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

_mjA_._XtXT_0Gr _rPTJNs NATION A J, SAFETY _TIltST _CO3!r.\M CHARTERED BY THE STATE CF _PEN.\_Sk,;\ RULES. 1. Money I* received every day, nt..' in!Bv. _argo or BUiall. 2. HVh. PEB CENT. Is paid for nirnc; U u. . puttn. 3. _Ihp money la _always pelrf back In GOI P, v.; it U called fbr, 'antl without nollre. 4. Money i'receiwtl from _facca'cn. J _~ Guardian*nad otbtrs _pbo desire io bavc it :i . perfect skfety, and vbiro iuie_.c-l can l_? o!!.-: 6. Ihenionty rerWvwl _ftcm oer_^fitri> i» v REAL.LSTAUvkOKlOAl'l_*, G.'UIM) i>_s; _sucli other first cUsp_^fcurHleii ne the (.hart, r ¦; 8. bffico Hours—Every day trotu o _tiU5 . ... on Jiom'ajB ond Tbvrsi uji- tili 6 o'_tli rk _u i • Ibisolil CBd well cctabltsbcd SAVING UN. cctved mare than _TtK Jiil-LKMj ol dollars :n u tbb ty thousand depositors. ! HON.BENRYT..BENNF.R,rrf= - ROBKKTSEL>lUIXiU, Vice i ro _JTu. J. Em>, Secretary ;^ • "¦ ¦ DIKECTOBS. Henry L. Benner, F. Curroll _Rrc Edward L. Carter, Joseph B. l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

'- AND oMADIRGJAII'_^OAD. ;._; SUMMER _AttKAKGEMJE f NTj • ¦ _^ -Z_^o _jkpviiis _, i859,r. ; _^ ,< ,!XWO PASatNGJiR TB.1N8 ;LE4VE nARRISnOT& *H _- _tfAlLT_^tiflttay _ii _eiceptea,) «_'8.G(^A. M., and 2.45P. _jMi, _iorPWleliibto,, arrivlcg tl»er*at 12.60 noon and « BOTbR«IKG. LEAVES _KHIIJinELPHU. aA_,7iOA. M.V _> andS.80 P. M, arriving at BaMlsborgat 12.40 noon and 8_i2b PiMi . ¦ •¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ _-• ¦ ¦ . _- • ¦ ¦: - ¦ ' - ' ¦_1_t»«K63 :—To Philadelphia, No. 1 Cars; S3.2_S; i_/o. 2 (In - name'_tral_» ,> $2-70.- ;._> ..,-_« _C!77/ ...wtUiRKaJMro _Keaduur, «.«0and $1.80. _^M// At Beading, connect with traio» lor _KotUviUe/Micort-^r_^_T^^A x_^G FOR _PHILADEi_, _EHlXjfAi_^y, _jt _. 8 4; M_V 10.18 A M j 1 2 30 noon and _KABL£&.Ur-B<'aUiD(Ct0 _fft's 'delpnia. SI 75 and f 1.45. _TfflSwSwIw?li _^rPFP.p_¥_*HARW-»8URQ CON NF._»Ta AT " ifBAlilNQ _wRn ub _tfalu for Wllkobbarre, >i t<JtiFdFiyE_^SI_^ Mf'kot3 *^^ _oUiar infornJ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

Business (Harus GEORGE W M'CALLA_, WATCH -MAK1B AM)Jt_*KLLEB _»_, MARKET STREET. _ ca=_fes_^-_* ^\ _HABBiSBURG, ^^^^^ _ahasV1 _oppoBTiK the jo.vb< boube. (_CONSTANTLY on hand evei-y variety of 7 CLOCKS AND WATCHES, and ft _laryc _acd cleg3Di assortment of JEWBLPY arid SILVER WARE, at reasonable prices. Repairing deno promptly and in the be_^t Ktvle. " : nay6-dly. PROF. ADOLPfl P. TEUPSEii_, W OULD respectfully inform his ol<i patroiuaud the public generally,- that he _wi. _cootiuoe to give instructions on the 1'IANO FmKTE, ME liOliKUN, VIOLIN and also in the science of THOKUUGH BASS.. tio will with, .pleasure wait upon pupitent then _liopicf at any nour dnired, or U-stoas will be givoii at bis _reeidesce, in Walnut street, three doors, below Fo»rtb _._decUrdtf . . ' ¦' . DB. J. W. M OFF IT 0PEHA11VE AND _Mit5HANlCAL ' DENTIST /_TYEFICE and re8ideBce No. 19 SoutL V/ Second street, one dcor below Kelker'3 Ilardwart store, and opposite the ' ITesbyterlan Church,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

JQtlN F. _WELDER, _pHKRHY AJLL1SY_, _(_btitween Second and \J Third _Btrecta,) Harrisburg_, having returned from tuu city Of _Philadflphia_, where be 6electsd a Splendid Stock of Go_«ic», _begb leave to_' miorm the pnb.lc that be is now preji_*i-t)d , l(> manufacture _OMBRKLLiS AND PARA8OIS, cf tlie " latest _BtyU aaS-in the most work mauUke _. manuer - _^ ftnd aiEO, to execute ail _kinds of repairing at tha _Mjorttu notice, jie therefore eoilciua ab&re or_^mblic _Jjatrpnage. ' _^ - aj_»r9-d«m Nl"W«|^Jt I _iY_^ (_JOOES - . - : ' ¦ ¦ • ¦ . _^ AT _«E!W riJBIt|Na QOpDS -LfiA'WS _OLOTHINQ r-r ': " n ' .._ano ' . " . . ¦ FTJJtNlsmNG HAL L_, COR. _TORD AND MARKET Sl'S_. IINE BLK FROCK COATS from . $5.00 to 815 00. ? SPRING CAS? « 3.00 «' 1O.OO. •' BLACKCASlTAXTSfrom 3.00 " TOO «» FA_>_CY «' " 8.00 «« : 6.00 .PEAW AND FANCY SILK _VE8TS, _« 00 . «« 0 00 >SDMMER8UITa AS LOW AS _i . 3.00 «! 4.0d. ALSOa fine assortment of BOYS' CLOTHING. anr8-dtf' ' irJ Wl| ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 29 August 1859

FLUUK-rGROCERY ¦ ¦ • . ¦ ¦:,' " _-¦ AND;. •_ ¦ ¦ ¦ • PROVISION STOBEI! llfO 106 HAn_^ETSTRBET_^ ilARRJSBURO 'P UE_. 6_UJJt?_oa=llBKR _having now ccm. X P_' tloii bla _arrapgimcnts lor a constant amply oi Flour, Saint r._ouia Mills, Double EsU-a Flour, one of the best _branr:8 now manufactured hi the United States Likewise Southern Ohio .-Ur Brand, a very line article. _Theso brands arc made of the vor_> _bett White wheat in •We country, and _inaj be relied on as a superior FAMILY FLOUR. ¦ m_~ >_,, ¦ _, ' _^^ A1SO, Eostettcr_'sJIsUa mite Wheat Family Flour a good article . Also, songe or tie-bbstp_^_feuvwfteDanDhln County Brands, all of which will be sold a3 lcWapHiau &a •lone, and wsfrantcJZtp be what ihey_.are repregented. 11KKWISB, Buckwheat Meal, a yery pur.e and fln_^ article : Corn Meal. alwaVs fresh, Sill Jeed, &c., &c—^tb_^dXtefc'JDytcobn_^iielTor-sniallnwBsure. PUOV_1SIONS—Hams, Dried Beet-a'Superior article •^ongne_^'Baioyims_, &a...

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