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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

PENNSYtVANrlLTRIHfefiB[ANT.—It will be a' sburee of gratification ' to Pednsylvanians to know that .at the late national exhibition by the United States Agricultural Society, held at Chicago, the two highest honors were awarded to Pennsylvania exhibitoj_^_JJjj_^_BHGfesJF awkes, of LancasterjEM_^^^^_Kstmerican Steam . PJpW, j_*a _^ SH_^^Ml-e Hope _^m Firc En " g i"||§l|^^HPia - The "Grand Gold Med_^^^_BRawarded to _Mr_^awkes, is the||^^^HKjriost valuable gold medal _^fati_^_HH_^^gricultural _Association _^^ Sii M pr onlv having beat offer. H_^_HSBH^^d as onl j^^^' to be WtKMtmS_^0_^^ na ia ftfflHHHBfPMrSfJftere awarded at e &PlS|99_PP: _^ue _iDtrinswuvalue of the golatfflaB p , medal is $200. It will be _strr_^afflMUnitcd States Mint, _aod delive|ira_^^B| annual meeting of the Socfeipl_^Htoy.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

The " Irrepressible Conflict."-— Douglas, then Lincoln, and then Trtjmbull.—Tbe little Giant has stirred up a hornet's nest in Ohio. He went there, as is asserted, to make a diversion in favor of " Ohio's gallant young Senator," and to exhibit himself to the Democracy. Immediately upon his heels , it is announced that the Hon. Abo Lincoln-— " Old Abe"—who worried the Little Giant so dreadfully in Illinois last year—is to address the people of Ohio on the other side. And hardly does the ink announcing his appointments dry, in a hundred Republican newspapers, when it is announced that, Senator Trambnlly of'Illinois—that _othsr arch enemy of the Douglas Squatter _^ Sovereignty in the . .United States Senate—will also address the people of OhigBHEyjj evident there will be .a " hig k^|^»; in the Bucke_^Wti.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

PUBLIC NOTICE.; CLAIMS _AKD DAMAGES ¦ >. - ON ¦ ,.. .-¦. . THE PUBLIC WORKS. THE undersigned appointed Commissioners by an act of the_, _tatfktare_» approved 13th April, 1859. "toexamiue an"onfflB_^^_Htrcio;o re passed "upon by the Canal Board for_^ra_^^^_Hnpr doneand "services redereJand _materiiB_^^^^^_ML to and for "the Commauwealth of _Penns_^n_^^^^^^_B_^N LINJS "the sale of the said Canal to thf|^^^^^^^KiJroad "Company," will meet for the p_39|H_^^^^^B|aties imposed upon them by said apj_^^^^^^^^^^^ formerly _occupied by the O>M^^^the borough of Harriaburg, ¦ ¦_'_3bkS_^^^^^^^^^ Tho said _^°nin«H_^_pmD^^^aB_^H_^^^^p aDd placeexamine th*eT elOlQS-preselira_^HB9|9Howitig named persons, and refund to _itOUkJ_^^gSm_^Wmtx by acts of Assembly passed at the last _SM&ol of the; Legislature, to wit: John a. Miller, Nathaniel White, John H. Longenecker, A. K. & A. S. WitmerInomas & Henry BomgardnerDennis M'Donald, Heuitialmen k Mickley Burke &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

_- I LEBANQJfVALLEY BRANCH PHILADELPHIA & READING RAIL ROAD AN EXTRA EXCURSION PASSKSiil-p. TRAIN Will leave _LEBANON at 9 A. M . «a Wednesday, Thursday A Friday, the 2ht. 22rt and 23d inst., FOR THE DAUPHIN COUNTY AftRKJUiiTKRAL_, FAIR AT _HARRISBURG_, SetnrniDg from HarriSburg to licbnnon at 5 I1 w same days. Excursion Tickets to Harrisburgand bark will bo sold tit! tho following reduced Fires -. FilOM _LRBAWdN $1 OO the Trip 1 «B _ANNVILLE 085 « i _jg_^M _^ PA_1_.MVRA 0.05 _^_&.I)KRKT 0.55 _aHOKHl MM£L, _*9TOtAiV.... .4O _^^^Hbekcts will _gootl d uring tne three days state ¦^^^_Mpurcha scii of tho Station Agents only. _^^^^H_^"~f' eharjml if paid in Me Cart. |^^^^Bbi>oro Extra Train will stop tor * Passengers »'. _^^^^_HftvER and _Pjlttov _Turnouts, and at "RmiBi: ^^^^^¦ppikc Crossing. ^^^^¦_T O. A. _NTCOLLS, Gan'l Suu i _^^^_Jg Pa , September 16,1859.-dtf OF

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

H6jlaB6&_.r Polygamy.—A C&r|P FloydJ_«H»ient,of the Boston Trave-^er >"fi * _aHHi_^Bimy stalks abroad in all its ¦^^¦_pgforms in the presence of Judge_^_HKtfnited States Courts and the n r_^siifte _youjig women of the Territory_^ffl_^_pr, being married to gray headed omUIn that have already six, ten and twelve wives each , and a spore or two of children. The writer a short time since dined with a Mormon family in vicinity of Springville, where there" were seventeen children under the age of _fovjr years; the family consisted of ten 'wives three of the number were_'u sisters_; and nieces of the husband: a fourth niece, only thirteen years of age, Openly boasted that she shortly was going to marry the same old blue beard. -_j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

DAUPHIN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL _UIFi TO BBS HELD _% _£. AT HARRISBURG, SEPTEMBER 21st, 22d and 23d, 185!) "I_7X0URSI0N TICKETS will bo issued t 1 J Harrisburg from Philadelphia, Lewistown and . intermediate Stations on the Pennsylvania Rmlr>i: September 20th to 23d , Inclusive, good for return n _p all regular trains to and from their usual stopping p '_- until September 24th, inclusive. Secure tickets before taking soita in the car? i doctors will not bo authorized to sell Excursion Tick from points where the Company has an Agent. NOTICE TO SHIPPERS AaUclos Intended for Exhibition—Live Stock in. ¦:••¦ _-<• • iwill be carried to Harrisburg from tho points i.." ; above, at regular Toll Sheet rates , and upon tbo ¦ *_i •" or shipper, signing a release agreeing that the ivi_.u-.>> vaniaBailroad Company shall not bo celd resjvm-.*)'• •; any loss, or damage, which may be sustamcl m U"> port&tion, or while in the cars, or at the dei«« ' _i _^ Oomp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

N£U) _GlllDcrtisements ISN'T IT SO! That the very _J>_eat DRUGS AND MEDICINES are sold at KELLER'S DRUG STORE, ' ¦ 91 Market Street. And that the finest assortment of FANCY AND TOILET ARTICLES is to be found, at KELLER'S, MARKET STREET, on a door below Fourth. T70R:RENT.-_^A good two-story BRICK JP «HOOSE, corner ThlrJ _stroet and Cherry alley.--Possession _given imraedi.ii_. 'ly. _Apoly to JACOB SHKflijfcl Trustee- of Ger. H. A. RE_£_89H_^pBef. Church. scpl9-cllw* oi to DWllB&a&Trea-urer.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

DU PONT'S POWDERS GUN POWDER, Superfine Sporting, Blasting and all other kinds. A full supply justreceivtd at their Magazine, two miles below town, on the Middletown turnpike , for sale at manufacturer's prices Orders left at Warehouse will be promptly filled bv JAMES M. WHEELER , Agent y for Messrs. E. I. Du Pont de Nemours & Co., Wilmington , Delaware _lJK_2_lrt W<ie ! iD aU caS03wiH *• delivered to Canal Boat, RalhxMid , or in any part of the city, free of charge [_rKery r_^ JAMES M. WHEELER3 i c™* hf near tue Ponn > a- Central Railroad seP 7dtf flarrisburg, Pa. SCHOT1IQLL AMD DAUPHIN IMPROVEMENT AND RAILROAD COMPANY. NOTICE. A Meeting of the Stockholders of the XIl. above Company will be held on Wednetdav 28iA K. TryonNo. 220 North _Sesond street, Philaielnhia to elect a Board of Managers and for the transaction of ? business that may be submitted. _""""_-""u or _otner By order of the President * PblladelpBhiSopt._Vl869._^^1_^Y _^ ' _^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

' "'" ' Antidote fdjr Poison. : '''_"" ; Thk Pain _Kilisr.—Rdv.T.' Allen, writing from Tavoy_, _- Burmah,Jaii. 5th,_1867, says : "within th ' e past four years I have used and disposed of abovo five hundred bottles,' but aramow out: Please sendTde a fresh supply (through the Misssion ' Booms) as soon as ' you can; ' say ' two hundred bottlo3. I daro not be without it myself, and there are endless calls for it, both byJ-Burmans and Karens. I always take it with ma into ' the jungles, and have frequent occasions touso it, both on myself and others. One nlglit_, while sleeping in an open Zayate. I was _awoto by a _mcrat excruciattng_^a1n "Tn mytodt, ' , ' &nlinycxaniinatfoh, I found I had been bitten] by, a _' .Centipedo. I immediately applied the Pain Killer, and found instant relief. In loss than one hoprjl_^_as agaln _j asleep.y _^f _. ,._^ Bev. Mr. Biboa/^Vrltlng from Burmah to his father says: _f|wfcius_^_tyerrX_^jis _J i|^r^|le rj _fjr_^^_OM te_, colds, summer _complain...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

To the Be-Dragged and Poisoned Citizens OF PENNS_^LVAKIA.. ¦ _.-, > You are overrun with a delugo of the1 vilest compounds in the t' Orm of "Alcoholic ' Drinks" that ever emanated from that pest of society_, the Ijqoor _Mixbr. They¦ at sold to you as a luxury, or they are dispensed to you _asfl Medicine, and in'either case the eflbet is the same ¦ _~ There is bnt one way io escape, and that ia to use, as a luxury or a medicament, a sate and reliable stimulant, sold under stamp and seal, which renders it certain that it has not b«en tampered _wiBu fSuchan _aruWis j- ; CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL GIN, which is distilled under inspection of the British Govern ment_, in delicatoly flavored (unlike any other Gju)_iwith some of the most valuable restoratives of tho Vegetable Kingdom, and is b v far the most ho_; lthy _hqvet)age extant. TDK M03T KM1NKKT PHY_^^_N_^_fffi_^_bllOPg AND AMERICA not only rocoram.e il(_i./)_a use by the halo and hearty, but prescribei_(.,a3-a medicine where ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

_srgRTlqBRN ceMtral_; railway. AGBIiQiliLTtJRAL STATE FAIR, _k TO BEfiELD _^ AT _PHILABEiaPffltA SEPTEMBER 27th, 28th, 20th and 30th. T_^XCURSION TI CKETS AT REDUCE_^ ±_U BATES wtll1)e issued irom Att ' STATIONS on the northern Central Railwayi , from September 25th to 29tn inclusive, to _Philadelphia. u ! Tickets good tor return trip on all Regular Trains until October 2d _incOusiye. . ._«a *x**y_*r ' • mt Secure_^cftWMbte _taVfil_^_JSs in the Cars. : JiS> EXCURSION TICKETS cannot be _pcoourftdjn _thje aepltfdtj '¦ '" " _Ciiefl_^gineerapii Gw'LSo_^'t. i _T3E8TAURANT AND BILLIARD K_^UM ¦JL_*, *^_9 SALE, in Carlisle, opposite the Dobot It fe WgXb ^!* W^<_F A&k9 _^1 ' f W _fVi dS_* ' J 'BLAKE_, » Carlisle, Pa {

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

On thel4th inst., of whooping cough .and convulsions _GEoadtf Wishix&MMn _oHjoslpV_^I BAith-A ' _oh Sulienbergecl totfie W$t|^_afiMthi3 04671_^00.3'$ VISITORS TO THE COUNTY _^IR While ;TA±iKa: _^ stroll _THBODGU OUR TOWN to "see the. sights," should not fail to call at thai POPULAR 1NS13TTJTIOu4ii Jlforket street, known as M'CALLA'Ji JEWELRV. STORE, where they will find everything in tho;Watoh«nd Jewelry line ' of the best quality, and al a&toDishingjy. low >prices. Gold and Silver. .Watohe3;; Rings, Pins and Bracelets; Gold Pens and Pencil8_^beauiitul-Silver;Ware , &c _, to. Kemember the 'handsome store, SIGN OF THE BIG _WATOH, opp.«iW-tUfrJones'House. : .:;•;;.. >.«saat-f.ltd_' _^kV ' ¦ .. «ai m to

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

MXryland State Fair.—Tho Maryland State Fair will be held on the 25th , 26th, 27th and 28th days of October next, in the city of Frederick, and we learn that no efforts will be spared to make it the largest Fair ever held in our sister State of Maryland. The railroad and steamboat companies leading into that city have agreed.to carry all articles intended for the Fair free of charge, aod they will all issue excursion tickets at half the usual ratesr ftrw I'asseWgeVs who design to visit the Fair, _^e _?re under obligations to the managers for a ticket of admission.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

[ *_- _^KRSITY PENN SYLVANIA b-aw department, Hladelfeia_, pa. _yTERM OF THTS INSTITDTION wiil J\. commence on the 2d of OCTOBER nest. Tho f .1 lowing aro the subjects or tho lectures. Hon. George Sharewood—Persons, Personal property nnd Mercantile law. Prof. P. McCall, Evidence. Prof. B Spencer Miller, Equity _jurisprudent _Every effort is made to reader this Institution olHci •!,; for tho purpose it has in view. The Stadente, aro f> qaently and carefully examined, legal questions am _<i; cussed and exercises in writing Irom part or the cnur--By the rules of th© courts, the time occupied _horo. treated as equivalent, for roost purposes to office stuiv in entitled to admission to the bar., and when admitui * : the court below, a graduate of this Institution can prnc;i at once in the Supreme Court. The introductory lecture wiH be delivered on FPIDAV SEPTEMBER 30th. at 8 o'clock P. M., at the usual lectur room, by the Hon. George Share wood. sepl7d2m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

University of Maryland SCHOOL OF MEDICINE . _11HE FIFTY-SBCOVD SESSION w_,li 1 gin on MONO AY, OCTUBBU 17, l_^Vi end March 1st, I860.1 FACULTY: N. R. SMITH. M. D. Principles aud Pratiro of ._< ....:, Vf. K. A. AIKEN, M.Jl. themlstry and Pbarm.- n y. SAMUELCfiEW_, if. D.Phnclples and Practice. rM ., JOSEPH ROBY, M. D., Anatomy a_«.l Miy?io|.,.'y <}. W. _MiLTENRKItGER, M. D., Obstcricks. CHAR1£3 FRICK, M. !>., _Matons Mcilica nn\ II,, r ,.. B. U. _SUirU, M I) . Demonstrator of Aiui._iui_) _CLINICAL INSTRUCTION _U givvii at the _IM;,, Infirmary, situated hear tbo University, an, ,. ,.;. _AfatrioQlatoS of the School tbroughoiit the yo_.r FEES, for tbo full course, $9u . SUirl. -ul.in. _i. ; .-Graduation, $20 _; Practical Aratoinv, $10 •Prof.N. R. S.UITU, m _Awisunt l_/v._turorm_, al_._i ,.. will supply »ny _tleflcloouies in tbe Anaiomh i! r..- r. couspquent upon the ill health of Prof. K«l>y. ' _, OBOROR W. _MILTKVBKHi_.Ki: Sepl7tl2w 8ARB U.-m:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

L|T ESlH_^f ;T_^ EL£Ml ; Sjs_#i|ClAi3 _LJj_|SPATC;tfB8 - : _^ ._£ . io ,_vt u b _Dt _iSY_^'im L E GR AJE_^H Special lH-p.iten to the _Telegraph. Camp _Jnniata at Lewistown. Lewistown, Sept. 21. Campjuniata'is _^ decidvd success. There are thirteen companies here, and more coming.— Gun. Piiilcrson will be here this afternoon to review thui tfpoos,; audt a grand display isantici pated. lhere are crowds of people here, and the town-is beautifully decorated, wifch_^_ags and, wreaths. !..,.-.. _M _i _^' _^" ^'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

2_^cm _^_Ilwfrttsciucut3. SCOTCH AND INDIA ALE ft STONE AND GLASS. YOUNGER 'S SPARKLING, _iEdir,lillr , t YOUNGYK'S " (Abbey _Brcwoiv ' MDIR & SON'S SPARKLING ALL-OPP'S INDIA PALE. R. DISHER & CO., (btroiig.) —ALSO—HIBBERT_'o LONDON POKTEK. FINZI & WILLIAM'S STOUT. DUCKWORT H & CO'S STOUT. BARKLEY'S LONDON PORTER. For sale at the lowest market rates i, WM. DOCK, ._Ir./ opposite the Court House .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

The Harmonious.—-The discussion between Black and Douglas is growing decidedly interesting. The Little ' Giant _p itches into bis antagonist fiercely, waging " war to the knife and the knife to the hilt." We agree with a cotemporary, the _scprc of gentlemanly copr_^esy _.Jj»_dfffe Black; _%_s vastly the _advantage of the Sena_^ His_^View i3 a modfel of_^: genttemflfliE_^ropriety. The Senator's answer tegigenemgh _forjte fid/ r&r&tTf jl

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

Editors at the State Fair.—The President of the State Agricultural Society, Hon. David Taggart, is exceedingly liberal in jthe distribution of<f free tickets" to _/h _ft editorial /raternity, of all _gardes, throughout Pennsylvania, and we have no doubt (there, will be an immense gathering pf " the 'knights of the Quill" at Philadelphia next week. That they will be hospitably entertained: carriiot'De doubted by &ase who are _familiar! with the social qualities of Mr. Taggart and his official associate_^ , ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 21 September 1859

185 0! I*." .!*: NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILW .W; •i DAUPWIN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL FAIR, TO BK UEI.D «_4Lt Harrisburg) SEPTEMBER 21st, 22d and 23d, ls.v.i EXCURSION TICKETS TTT_1LL BE ISSUED FORM ALL m A. V.V TIONS ou the Northern Central Hsila-»j ,,, i_, , RISBUR6 T1_CKKTS GOOD from September 20lh tu J4_ih ;;. , aSS_~Secure Tided* before faki»_p Srais in _th< (t- .n -, ' . A B. W.VRM.,a. ' icptcuibcr 17,1859.—dtf Chief Kn_^. Si». i , -

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