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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

' P. K. . - _PflKiDctraiA_,/uno 13,1867. Mtur*. _Pttry 2>atis <t Son. -_^Q«_£\a .—Tor more than a year I was afflicted with«.troubteMme cough, attended with a yellowish frothy • expectoration, and great emaciation roUowed. Wh«lh« it was a liver or lung cough I know not, but _ttfere wasW _Incoijant tickliug _sensaitiob in my cheat. Calling ode day at tin offico of tb<_jiDaitei States Journal of this city,_pne: _of the proprietors strong_^ recommended me to try your Pain Killer. Isont and got tbe article, and was bolped _immediotdy_, and am now well. This was last March. I ' withhold my address as my family and; myself are, averse ' to notoriety. > That What I have written i_« solemn truth, is welt known to the proprietors of the Jourua.1. 1 Write under the _influence of grateful feeling. Yonrs _' truly, AlflCDS._] The stain on linen, from the nee of the Pain Killer ,> •_asily removed by _waJbldg in alcohol. . Bold hyt druggists., _grocera and _med...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

Ltjn Obbat _Enoxisu Rkvbdv— $$i, Jam«8 Qarke's _Celabrated female Pills, prepared _ftbm a pre _acrlption ol Sir J. Glarjce, M. _DTPhyBlclan KxtraordiuVijy to U_»e Queen. _. . 1 - ThU well known medicine ;ia no _|_mpn»||tai. hut a euro and safe remedy for _feinale Difficulties _aMonstruoUous from any cause whatever; apd although «>^oif«rftal remedy, they contain nothing hurtful to tbe constitution. TO MARRlIU I*ADIES Jl_^jecuHtMyjulted. It wl|l, in _atib»rt_4iw.e , briug on _^_ittMM|HnQffMdjKttbjQ|g|jhlitRMMW)B_»i- _Lnjr'»^Si* TmasTnia axvm »«v_?r bbsm _Kifows xo Mil t« tan _IW}S0n01(8 OM IBB 2ND PACK Or, _PAMPHLKT ARE WHflBsjervb. ¦¦" " For lull particulars, get a pamphletfreeof the agent N. B.—$1 and 6 postage stamps enclosed to any authorised _ftgtttf will _Ujsure# _botuejioontaiulng over 60 Piita, by reWW ma* C. A-iA«mnagen(.for _Sarrt 0 burg, Pa., T. _iW: PyoU _fr_^_oija, _wttolfisale agents _Philadelphia , JonlS-diwly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

Crawford and Warren Counties compose a Representative District. The Republican nominees a_^e Hiram Butler of Crawford County, and H. R. Bouse of Warren' County—gentlemen of cuaracter and fair qualifications. Both Counties being _J&ptftlfcan/their election is confi-^tl yl&tioipated. _' Territorial Banks.-—Judge ,Se.ars, of the Third Judicial District or * IoWa, has decided, in a suit instituted on apromissory note _endorsed to the Bank of _^ Tekama, Nebraska Territory, that all £»cdrpo rated Banks in that Territory are illegal, and alt business transacted by them,_" at' corporations, is in violation of law. The decision is given under the act of Congress of 1856.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

_primes in tJTifc.—The "Gentiles" _iojjtah_.have held a convention., and resolved against porygamy, _* the union of churoh and State, and otheTh _institudons of Mdrmonism. They made the_^ollowing npu_^wfttions :— % t , Fbr delegate,to Congress, Dr. Garland1 B_*rt; for the Legislature, Councilmen . Wm. H. £%t and John _Bbner* B&resdniailBaaa_^_CLMUjsj J. M. Wallace and 0. W>^ro_*_erTSnerifc l _hO_5 P. _ThomaL - ¦¦jf VOICE OP OLD UNION. Our friends in old Union hold their County Convention last Monday, at which time they nominated the following _ticket: For Assenlbly—Thomas Hayes.. ._^ Prothonotary—John Bilger. Commissiooer -Samuel Marshall. TreRBarer—Robert fl. Lsifd District Attorney—John B Linn, Esq. County Surveyor—Courad _Sheckler. _; Auditor—Saiuuel C. Wilt. We learn that the ticket is a strong one, and that it will be elected without doubt The resolutions breathe the right spirit, 4telaW _*in*iji_*o_^of*a judicious tarM,<in opposition to the ie-ope...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

The ¦ State FAii-_^-Hqn! Frederick Watts, of Carlisle, has consented to deliver the address /before the State Agricultural Society, on the Friday of the week during._^_bich the State F air is held at PQwel_^p. A better choice than this could not be made; for Judge Watts is a practical farmer _^ besides being an accomplistoiHiolfelar. . ; _U _v

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

* < ¦ - _& mn& raiEs. _" ¦ .;>. fllHJSis the qnivefaal complaint, but it deaor_^wmY whlcii_^_JaiMUusifeUlvJTtom _Seirf Tori. !R_» place to h a_^_jjMg.-4_^_ltfK||M * \ \ '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

THt _Houston Triumph ih TF.XABi. _-_^ General Houston' s victory ijju3&ia§Jf even more sweeping than wa _^ s at first reported. Of one hundred counties, from which returns had be&i received _online 16 th instant, he had _majof_^_aesin _aM but twenty-fone,and it was _bellowed tha|hi_^tpMl majority might reach twelve thousand. , '¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

Rabh*p*iiii 11.—This tropical root has a reputation wide «8 the worldfor coring one class of tbe disorders tbat afflict mankind—a ' reputation too which it deserves as tbe best antidote we _posicss for scrofulous complaints. Jut to be brought into use«_its virtues must be concentrated and combined with other medicines that increase ita power SMtiiBi rettAble _^compound _xtfitWa character is muob noedod. in tho,community. , Bead the advertise mentor Oft. Ay«a'43ar«apariUalu_^or columns, and *e know it _neads no encomium from us to give, oar Qttiiens confldence In what he offers. Organ, Stfracute, _N. _J_^ • an(t26d*wlm _, ,;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

An English Defaulter irrcst«d. •'';' . i , Bomo_^_SepienlberMv. An-Engli8hman named Edward- _HumpJjrey, who, it is _ajleged, is a_^h_^ultet to' rhe_^_uioaQi of f 40,000, harbeen arrested b8Te.~fiumpbi>_rc is _thp cle_^ yman who el6ped witb^*i6t_^ man's wife from England, as already _jruhlisl _ittir Tbe Music Teacher Swindling _Afltoir_. — Tbe Sw_^idlcr_^_rreitejl _a*,Was«ugtoBU _^ Wj»_iiteTu_^r , 8«p_^p_^r _%i The 8_c«_iufl_^er»>h_^ r«en|pr _^Si-#g|| _^W11 _^ Philadci_^i_^_o _Stw _ituA _fiJ_^t|y_^j_^_A#»^ UE&ar the pretence o( taking _Jhem down south as _sehodl and music teachers, and then robbed thoaj of thek montyjMidUggagt_, waa,MTe8ted here by Chief of Police Goddard and Lieutenant of Police _MqHenry. fie was recognized as Hiram P. Leslie, heretofore temporarily employed as a laborer in the Patent Office. _. Somo of out_.owa _cilizeps had be_^n _s_^lwUed by _nini. - -Hid Vdise ron4ided a _iargfi nhmber of letters from various parts of thu country, tbe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

;w S$EAY j_^fflL _^ k _K OLD COW came te_^^_uof ihe _A_^ eratajed ¦ome4tart 4*WB.-S|»e is of a brown _f_^^_TJS&BES *****?*te **V*** to come _&2_£'_£y S?**1 _?7 ' _^cb *»*BS *n <1 »«ke her aWay _^_toflt delay, oll««wiBe,she wiU IJe disposed or asuho _^^_TSS?- " :.' Jacob wm, _^_sep3-d3t SttMnebannttTdwnshfa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

_d»/. Then, when the sun had gone down, and the father had _lieeu up to thc (hmi heavens, be would release the little iellow_, and, taking him on _hisknee, tell him of that _blessod, eternal state, of which the day of rest is bat a foretaste,—all the while the son thought but of one eternal—/eg-iied.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

LARGEST _ClBCUliATION.—By a recent dc. clMlon at the tii_*tr»bu*g Po_»t _Maater, tit* OAUiY TBUCORAPU Has t_^jp I.ARGBS1 OIKCVIaAfn6lT, _wltliln the .delivery at tfc* Post OJHce, oir any Paper, Dally 01 Weekly, published In this place; '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

*_-¦ ¦-¦ E.BYKBS_4CO. _H_^a_^^^_MMlwji (—_" _»j|ffi h t—' ' ;^BaHaBBBBBBBBa! iF_^ _^VaaBBBBBat'_* aaBBBB_^BBBBal M§_£_2_^K 9 JBBBBBBBB_^BBBBBBBBBB_^BB&aB _al fl|_M_^^^^^^^^V jB ' - ~ " _~ ~—" -_*_1 - _aBBBTJBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBB_^BBBBBB aBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBl^^^ ¦ flH «al 5S§^i K_^aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaH ¦_Hl_^o!^^1 _'1 ! _^1" _'_^^ . _qiCKOK_'S _PATKfr* PORTABLE CijnWr tnd Wine Mill and Pre**, ritBQB 8t«»ling machine, which fn.ni tl10 p- twtotaeveral years ha» _proypJ tiself jiipei-,,.r iu Mint of simpUcityjoid efficiency te anything iu _ihc_: _, , cet_,» now re_«d/ro_^_boaippW _Mrres t of 1869. It is _nurtii . If _pWrllilf . Wn>lri*ihi>Ti ever, »ti «er there ai»no agents, urmera _wj_^ do well w <_,_n.,i i,, " , _" manolicttty'early for a circular. —• " Jfir Mori than one hundred Sirfer*Me<ials aUhi, tnashave Mn J_^_vea to thte Mill within the but four \. \<\ _Ibia MUl«l«i«en Uw]«a>ee_«in lUat line; au_.u _o, ft I that it is ike bee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

Au thb Latb _Wkikly Pa_^_kbu_, fcgadnea and popular publications we for _aalo_*ft _Biaast_* _' _* cheap _Bookator e, 01 Market atreat. A Tbiai ofth_* Button _Bmnatttl take place in Market _Squato tbla evening at five o'clock, when some "tall squirting " may be expected. A Stated _Mwnso of the Citizen Fire Company will be held at the Engine house on Monday evening at the usual hour. Tarss to PaitABBtPBiA.—The mau, Kefauven _arresteel at Carlisle a few days ago, for robbing th% mall, has been taken fo Philadelphia for trialin the United States Court. Dan _Rioii _'b _Cincira is afloat and will reach here shortly. Dan is a decided favorite in Har • _riaburg, and will bo largely patronized by the play-goer*. Fruit CA2».-Tbe best and most reliable naif_, sealing fruit preserving cans, glass and tin, in the market, can be had at L. Gilbert's Tinware Manufactory, ' Market street. 4t Tub Whit* Ham. Rkstaurast Bill or _Fabi will compare with anything iu Philadelphia.*—Turtle, Clam, Corn &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

Dr. M'Lane's CELEBRATED VERMIF^©E ..:. . - . an© . ;< _^ - LIVER PILLa VX_^E beg Ieaye_*to_^:all the atten-V _V tion of the _^_#ade, and more especially the Physicians of the country, to two of the most popu lar _remedies now before the _public. We refer to ,¦ Dr. Chaa. I'Laae'_s Celebrated Vermifuge arid Liver Pills. We do not recommend them as universal Cure-alls, but simply for what _theijr name purports, viz.: • THfii _i_^_EaiMiBUOE , For _expelpng Worms from the human _system. It has also been administered' with the most satis factory results to various Animals _aufyect to, Worms. _, THE LIVER PILLS, For thecure of Liver Complaints, all Bilious _Derangements, Sicr ffEAQ-AcHE, &c. Incases _^ Feu_^eh and Ague,!l: _ppeparatory to or _aiter taking Quininq 3 _they_^lrdolt intarably make a speedy and permanent _dureJ' As specifics for the above rae& tipned diseases, they are Unrivaled, and never known to fail when administered in accordance with the dir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

BE, H00FL4NB> S GERMAN BITTERS, • AND OR. If OOJFIwtND'S BAI_.S/iMIC j COROIAI., The great standard medicines ofjhe present age, have acquired their great popularity only through years of trial. Unbounded satisfac tion 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 tbe Kidneys, and all diseases arising _fropi a disordered liver or weakness of the stomach and digestive organs, are speedily and permanently tured by the GERMAN BITTERS. The Balsamic Cordial has acquired a reputation surpassing that of any similar preparation extant. It will cure, without fail, the most severe and long-standing Cough, Cold, or Hoarseness, BronebitU, Influenza, Croup, Pneumonia, Incipient Consumption,, and has performed the most aitonisidng cur« ever known of _. Confirmed Consumption. A few doses will also at once check and cure the most _Revere Diarrhoea proceeding from Cold in thb ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 September 1859

SANFOKD_' _S "-"• K FAMILY"- 1 r ' CATHARTIC PILLS COMPOUNDED FROM¦ - PURE VEGETABLE EXTRACTS, AND PUT UP IN GLASS CASES, AIR TIGHT, AND WILL KEEP IN ANY CLIMATE. The FAMILY CATHAR-I • TIC PILL Is a gontle bu active Cathartic which tbeHM. proprietor has used in his practice morb than ' twenty IJ years. , ¦ .' The constantly Increas-I" Ing demand from those who have long used the PILLS M and the satisfaction which all express in regard_^ toll-*- the ir use, has induced me to place them within tueJA. reach of all. The Profession well _knowlr?- thattfclerent Cathartics act on different portions of ihe_% bowels. The FAMILY CATHAR-IU TIC PILL has, with due1 reference to this well estab mti _Usfied fact,_^een compounded from a variety or the Ct _porest _Vegetable Extracts, which act alike on every L» part of the alimenury canal, and are good and safe mi ln: all -cases where a cathartic is needed,.BucUagl_^ _DmangtmetUs of Stomach, Sleepiness, Pains in _<A«Lj Backand ' _Loit...

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