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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

mm-" goom *" V ,: ' ' ¦¦¦ AT ~ " ' I/SAMt'S ' CLOTHING A_^D "f _FUkNISHING _; kALL, COR. THIRD AND " MARKET STS. ACHENT FOR _1_VIK.OOX _4_( OIBB'S BBWINO _MAOHINB. apr8-dtf-rdscpl STOCKS FOE SALE. THE subscriber offers for sale the following stocks :— )_SO Sbar«s of Harrisburg Bridge Co. 15 " of Harrisburg _Oaa Co. 8O " of _HoUldaysbarg Gat Co. . Apply at the office of C. O. ZIMMERMAN , No. 28 South Second street, _Harriaburg_. aug31-dtf FOR SALE AND EEHT. fpHE UNDERSIGNED offers for Bale I . FIVK _TWO STORY FKAME HOUSES, and one Lot ofGrouud. " ' :_" Ho alao has for rent three THRBE STOBY BRICK _HOUSKSweat of the Capitol. _, . <J. 6. ZIMMERMAN augSl-atf No. 28 South Second street. JOHN W. GLOVER, _lMCox*ola.£ixxt Tailor, wyeth' s _bdildinq , maekkt street, MA S JUST RECEIVED PROM NEW York and Philadelphia, a large and varied stock ol AND WINTER _DKKSS GOODS, comprising new and' beaulllul styles ol CLOTHS PLAIN and FANCY _CASStfERBS, and SilkSatin and Marseilles VESTING...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

_JSL_^' mmm. _^iXIP A. M. Bininger & Cc (Established 1778,) SOLE _IMPORTER No. 338 Bboadway, N. _Q This DEUCIOtXS TONIC especially designed for the use ot _MfiDiOAL _Pbovbssion and the _Fami: _iwasesses those intrinric medicinal pr_^ " ties (Tonic and/Diuretic) which belou. I an Old and _PtJRE GIN. The i; ness of manufacturing spurious giu.-. _^ offering them as beverages, under t: titles, "Aromatic,"—.««Cordial,"—' _\M i cated," etc., has become so oommuD. t: the public are justly suspicious of _tu ¦¦ _¦ ¦ everything that is offered under _hiii forms, and the trade has thus been livu. into disrepute. It has remained for house (established in 1778) to supply ¦ - pressing popular need , and to inau_^un a new era in the history of the Tn: We trust that our established repuu; —founded upon eighty years of ex; ence—abundantly vindicates our clanpublic confidence. S3*. S. A comparison of "Bininger's Old L Dock Gin'1 with others bearing similar i will establish its superiori...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

Netu _^_iwrtififinenta. HICKOK'S PATENT _PORTAHLK Cider and Wine Mill aud PIP>< _ITHHIS sterling machine, which ir ia ; I test of several years Ua» prowd iiself _>i,i.r r ' point of simplicity and efficiency to _anyiiun_^ u. :; ... , k_«t, ia now ready for the apple _harvest cf \yx , It is made, if poissible, better than ever, -. >: a . thore are no agents, farmers will do well t> - _i.J i manufactory early for a circular. 43* More than one hundred _&}<eer Ue._).il_< _usj_;, mas have been given to thb Mill _withimtie la._«ii,, ut j . '!¦ This Mill has been the)Uoneer lu that liuo auu _' _, '' that it is tha best one in the Marku ..i. _ti,. k,,, •. points:— 1st. It win grind the easiest, fastest,an.l in _«,, , perfect mannor. 2d. The Press U thesbnpWst aud most i_«,w,riul quickest handled. It U not hampered iip_«nin 1|IH ot screws and cog-whoete, which create eiio_^-h i> to destroy its utility. It is woll made am! -mi ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

t-AJESl JY J_^ LJJBRAPH _SPKCIaa_. DISPATCHES T O T _B B DAt|ii TELEGRAPH. Senatorial Nomination. Nkwpobt, Septembtr 6 The conferee* fur the Senatorial district com posed of the conuties of Guruberlaud, Perry, Juniata and Mifflin, held uii adjourned meeliug here to day, wheu Wu. B. Irvin, of Cumberland was unanimously nominated. . - "¦ -r— «i_^'» , The Texas Legislature for Houston. _., .,¦; . WAauiNaTON, September G. The;,Ncw Orleans papers, received by mnil, state that the Independents, or Houston Democrats, have a majority of twenty-two on joint ballot in the new legislature recently elected Leavenworth Municipal Election. Lkavknwobth, Sept. G. The municipal election yesterday passed oft quietly. Denman_, Democrat, is supposed to be re-elected by a small majority. The Republicans gained largely over the last election, and probably havo a majority in the ConnciU and of the city officers. s

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

PAROCHIAL SCHOOL! THIRD AND CHESTNUT STREETS, HAUHBUBO, PA. CYRUS V. MAYS, A.M., Principal. SCHOOL COMMITTEE: R F. Kbxkbr, 1). W. Oaoaa, A. J. _Hksr, _Oeobob Zw.\, GtOttOK f*. WlBSTUNO. MALE aud FEAfALK Pupils of the age of uioe years and upwards received on application to auy cf the committee. The School Year is divided into Two Terms, viz :— HrU Thrm—From the first Monday of September i» the second _Monday of February. Second TtJ-m—From the second Uouday or February to the secoud Monday in July. Prices per Term, _withoiU any txtra chat get whatever: First Class $16 I Third Class $12 Second Class $14 | Fourth Class $IU The fall term of tliU _Institute wili commence with the first Mi nday of September, 1869. It has met with encouraging success during tue short time it has beeu established, for which the committee beg leave to returu their sincere thanks, and tbey would re _spectfully solicit the contiuued patronage of (he public. Parents and guardians may rest assured that e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. Pmi.ABi.raiA, Sept. G. The Philadelphia flour _murket is excessively dull aud the tendency is downward ; old stock superfine is offered at $4 50; fresh ground $5. But there is no export demand and the sales are entirely confined to the wants of the home trade, the receipts and stocks however, are small. No change in rye flour or corn meal.— The receipts of wheat, although small, are in excess of the demand, and prices are weak; sales 8000 bus. at $1 16$1 20 for red ; $1 20@ $1 27 for while. Rye ranges from 72 to 76c. Corn dull and has declined 2c; _saleB 8,000 bus. yellow at 76@79c, the former rate for fair quality. 4,000 bus. new oats brought 34o.— Provisions are held with more firmness and the stocks are very much reduced ; 150 _bbls. mess pork sold at $15 50; 125 casks canvassed hams at 12@12gc ; sides at 10c and shoulders at 8c; a lot of green salted shoulders sold at 7$c,— Lard steady at ll_}c in bbls. and 12c in kegs. 200 packages Ohio butter sold 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

DAUPHIN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL FAIR ,TO BE _HIBIiD AT HARRIS BURG, SEPTEMBER 21st, 22d and 23d, 1850. "I_^XUUBSION TICKETS will be issued to Hi Harrisburg from Pbi _adelphia, Lewis town and all intermediate Stations on tho I_'_eunsylvauia Railroad, September 20th to 23d, inclusive, good for return trip on all rogular trains to and from their usual stopping place-t, until September 24thinclusive. Secure tickets before taking seats in tbo cars. Conductors wil; not be authorized to sell Excursion Tickets from points where the Company has an Agent. NOTICE TO 8HIPPEB8. Aatictes intended for Exhibition—Live Stock included—will be carried to Harrisburg from tho points named above, »t regular Toll Sheet , | nd upto Jbo owner, or shipper, signing a release agreeing, that the Pennsylvania Kallro&d Company shall not behald responsible for •my loss, or damage, which may be sustained in transportatioof'ior while In the carsor at the depot« of said Company, the articles exhibited Will bo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

POLITICAL RIOT U _LEATBNWORTH. » ¦ *• Terrible Fight Between Republicans and Democrats. ONE MAN SHOT AND SEVERAL CUT. ¦ L_^_AvniwoRTH_, Sept. 6. A collision occurred between the Democrats and Republicans on Saturday night. Both parties held political demonstrations prior to the municipal election to-day. The Republicans held their meeting at the Intersection of two streets, and the Democratic torch light procession made an attempt to pass through. This was refused, and a melee ensued. Several hundred of both sides participated, using stones, bludgeons, pistols and knives. Ono person was shot and five or six cut, but none fatally Tlio Republicans maintained their ground, and proceeded with their meeting. The affray is believed to have been purely accidental, and is universally regretted. Some apprehensions existed of the disturbance being renewed to day, but effectual preventive measures have been adopted*. _;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

_Jta ffitontmmtnts TXT ANTED.—A good Cook, _Iroaer and W Washer for a imall fainilj. Enquire at this office. - Bep6-dlt* INFOBMATION WANTED. INFORMATION is wanted with regard to BET8BY QTJIRLEY, formerly of York, but since married to a man whose name the undersigned does not recollect. Information of her whereabouts will be thankfully received by MARGARET YJBAGER, _sep6-d*w3t "Wormleysburg_, Cumberland Co. STRAY COW, AN OLD COW came % the farm of the undersigned sometime since. She is of a brown colorbears large horns , with a white stripe across the shoulders. ° The _person owning her is requested to come forward, prove property, pay charges and take her away without delay, otherwise she will be disposed of as the law directs. JACOB HITS, sep3-d3t . Susquehanna Township. rpHE ANNUAL ELECTION for _. Officers I and Managers of the Cumberland Valley. Railroad Company, will be held at the Company 's Offlco in Cuatnbersburg, between the hours of 10 A. M., and 4 P. M., of MONDA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

$100 TO $150 PER MONTH. Agents Wanted in every County in Pennsylvania and Hew York. • HARD TIMES OUT DOfTBl old cloth-Mass _heW EW. & D. D AVIS? _PARENT CLOTHES • DRBS3INO COMPOUND,_Ibfr coloring and restoring soiled and faded garments to their original brilliancy. It gives fast colors and a Onelustmto'OaatsPants, _Veats, Hats, Caps, Shawls, _Merinoes, Scarfe_? Gloves 4c. It ia easily applied with a common brush, and will not crack or injure the cloth. Persons wishing to eugago in a paying business with a small capital, can do so by applying to the undersigned at Dressing Over Clothes. 2 doors above Hoffman's Hotel, Harrisburg. BOWERS & JACOBS. Communications directed to _narrisburg or Chamborsburg, Pa. 8ep2-d3m A PPLICATIONS will be received by the J\. undersigned until MONDAYSeptember 11at 12 o'clock noonfor renting Two Restaurants aud also Two Stands for the sale of Confectionary and Ice Cream in the Exhibition Grounds of the Daup*iio County Agricultural Socie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

WEW RAIL ROAD ROUTF FROM HARRISBUHti TO NEW Y O K K T>Y Lebanon Valley, East rennsyl _> A3 Lehlgh Valley and Central Now Jn -ey 1U _waing through Lebanon. R«adiur AiLntwn ¦ hem, _Easton and BUzabethport. Fare Through , between Harrisburg ai.J _Ni_« ' 49-ONI.T $* 9O.-5_J PASSENGER TRAINS leaveHarrUbur_* daily _^ excepted) at 8 A. M., reach Reading ai lu A. M '• 12 _»°°n, and arrlv* at New York at 71' >l _AFTERNOON TRAIN leaves Harrl5bur« at reaches Reading at 6 P. M., lodges tUere. 1' mornlogateA. *;, and arrives at New Vrk-t RETURNING leaves New York at ll.li ' ™*_W_58c _^08e connections with all iha above i: _direoQy through to Harrisburg, _arriving ih' FOR THROUGH TICKETSapply at tie IK Lebanon Vallejr Rail Road in iiarrUburfe-(Signed) _jaMES V aug9dtf_. _Qen, 3_^ _g_^ _pgnn'a. & \

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

TotfceBe-Dragged and Poisoned Citizens OF _PENNSYLVANIA. You are overrun with a _delude of the vilest compounds in the form of ¦'Alcoholic Drinks" that ever emanated from that pest of society, the Liquor Mixer. They are gold to you as a luxury " , or thdy are dispensed to you as a Medicine, and in either case tue effect U tho bame. There is bat ono way to escape, and that is to useas a luxury or a medicamenta jale and reliable stimulant, sold under stamp aud sealffhich renders it certain that It has not been tamporod wil_>. Such an article is CHARLES' _LONDON CORDIAL GIN, which is distilled under inspection of the British Govern ment, ia delicately flavored (unlike any other Gin) with some of the most valuable/restorativea of the Vegetable Kingdomand is bv far _thetnost he ilthy beverage extant. The most ewneht _physicians or Eukofb and America not only rocommond it3 use by the hale and hearty, but proscribe it as a medicine where a stimulant is required. Tbk _FOtAiK six wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

GREAT ATTRACTION! FIBST SINGING FESTIVAL AT HAREISBUEG, HELD BY THE SINGING ASSOCIATION " _EJiisra?i_^A._ci3:o?7" Of thte placo_, and several distinguished Societies of the Cities of Baltimore and Philadelphia. On Monday and Tuesday, September 12th and 13th, 1859. GRAND CONCERT ON MONDAY EVENING Parade and Picnic on Tuesday, on the Grounds of the Park Association. Ball on Tuesday Evening in tbe .&xcluiitge. Jt3~, Admission to Concert 60 cents; to _Pionfc 26 cents • to Ball $1.00; to be bad at U» Music Stores and at the ***• .. ¦ - » _iaepwet

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

¦ : V p, K, '. Philadelphia_^ June 13,1857. Messrs. Perry Davis <£ Son.—Gents.—for more than a year I was afflicted with a troublesome] cough, attended with a yellowish frothy expectoration, and great emaciation followed. Whether it was a liver or lung cough I knew not, but there was an _incessan_^ tickling sensation in my chest. Calling one day at the Offlco of the United States Journal of this city, one of the _proprietors strongly recoinmendqd me to try your Paiu killer. I sent and got the article, and. was helped immediately, and am now well. This was last March. I withhold my address as my family and myself are averso to notoriety. That what I have written W solemn: troth, ia well known to the proprietors of the Journal. I write undor the influence of grateful feeling. Yours truly, ' AMICDS. The stain on linen, from the use of the Palu Killer, is _sasily removed by washing in alcohol. Sold by druggists, grocers And medicine dealers generally. . ._. U _~ ,- 8Bj>l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

IMFOETANT TO _CONSUMH;s _^^_rt COAL I _jyTOT owing to the large _quality J_^ on handbut to the continued ani ? relt '' f_^_ve reduced the price of Ooal V ; _il._lJPTY_^CBNTS ON THE l''\ »«i»|ttia)M heretoforeand wHI _deliver notloe' toany-nart of the town. We have _^i_" Lykeas Valley Broken at *f " " " _BfS " V"' " " Stove «'..,., - l0 . " " Nnt « ._^ >: -1J WUkesbarreBroken *<>.. :> '"' « • _Sufv «:::::::::::::It . I sell the _rtia] _hy>_ons Valley Coalan: '¦'' ' Ifonntain ibi^«i>'> Valley, as is done iuhwi.1 " ; All Coal jjf Mivay Yard can be relied uiou a. _^ bl ¦ ".. \ teaw- • QylQ-d3ml iJ _f I>K. WM. H. KOr_.I " DESPECTPULLY offers his protV- " _^^nJ?1 *?tO _^ tbe dMs»n8 Of _Harrisburs a'-; _>fflSBs:ftw"'w"ii "iHs ' _' :1

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

STATEMENT OF _THS HARRISBURG BANK. _Skptkmbbb 5,1859. . ASSETS.-Loans and Discounts $676,590 36 Stock of the Commonwealth 60,505 Specie 100,335 56 United States Treasury notes 20,000 Due) by other banks.. .$103,111 68 Notes of other banks.. 25,442 : / . —~r——.—128,563 68 Stocks, (at present market value,) 29,000 Bonds ' , do. do. 6,000 Heal Estate 11,600

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

SCHOjbL BOO KS , ' AND SCHOOL STATIONERY. PAEENTS, _TEACHERS, AND SCHOLARS TT7TLL find a complete assortment of all VV the ' School Books and Stationery used in the various schools in iha town and country, AT THE LOWEST HUCES, at BgBGNBP'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE * 61 _AarkWfitreet_. r\ BKMAN' WINE:—Sohfoss_^ Johannis IX berg—a very superior article—and1 for sale by ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

$1022,584 50 LIABILITIES. . Circulation 1..... ' .. $487,650 Deposits. 212,262 27 Due to other banks. 50.140 04 $699,952 31 (The above statement is correct , to the best of my knowledge and belief. _^ J. W. WEIR, Qashier. Sworn and subscribed before me, 8ep6dlt David _Haebis,J. P.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

faib _Cekpjt — y _UAK RISBURG _TnMda y Atternoon, September «, 1839 STATIC OP TUB THKBJIOMKTKR. KiULE _Wohkh. _Hamburg, _J_^ptember 6, '69. _, A „. 4, a. *. ¦» , *• «• M,«*M _*'• »• ¦"S 66 _W _« « _m ,liw.w »¦ 7 ..*.u>* * ¦• *>*">• «» • '*"* '•»«><"». All tub Latk Wkbh-y _Papwuj_, _ftagarines and po|)iilHr publications are for wlu at _Buoneii_'_s cheap Bookstore, 61 Market street. Thb New _Policb Offioml—Tbe qnestiou btw been repeatedly asked, "who is Wra. H. _Wea ver_, the now police officer appointed l»y _Cooo cil !" We answer that he is ft worthy and eatimftlbc yonng man, of moral and temperate habits, honest and reliable, well fitted for tbe position, and will be "u terror to evil d.era" within the limits of his official jurisdiction. OiiA'-ToNdiikD M«n.—Oil is a good tbiug iu its place. It serves well to grease tho gudgeons of life and to facilitate the revolution of _jthe wheels of human activity. But your oily tongued Wau—beware of him. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

Dr. M'Lane's CELEBRATED VERMIFUGE AND LIVERPMJLS. V_\7'E beg lea-ve to call the attention 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. 1'Line'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 th<§_' most satisfactory results to various Animals subject to Worms. THE LIVER PILLS, For the cure of Liver Complaints, all Bilious Derangements, Sick Head-Ache, &c. In cases of Fever and Ague, preparatory to or after taking Quiniile, they almost invariably make a speedy and permanent cure. As specifics for, the above men tioned, 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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