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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 July 1859

_BKKRYHILL & ECKELS, AT_*_03aNEYS.AT-LAW ifliHE _Tindersigned having entered into ' V- co-partnership, in the practice of Law. will give : _lfoipt attention to all _busini _ss intruated to their charge |F«TCE: n alnut street, between Second and Third OL&arrisburg. JNO. H..BERKYH1LL, _^ _^_JANIIiLA BEAN* ! _^ _^ILLA BEAK ! CHE_2KILLA BEAN! GHEA_^ND SUPE_.BIOB! _^ _l_^SSmtaetoS_^ SUPEKIOK1 Sold ' wholesale arajfcJU find It to their advantage ^| J[n Harrisburg by .-. Next dooflL Seller in iVJroirA wnala?-91 MarketStreet, XJM INKai;AN L_»t _^nrth Street. _, * . Buleri> - aild _^^_OT|^^S7GCfM "^_jicet street,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 July 1859

PHILAL>ELPHIA AND MADING BAIL ROAD. SUMMER ARRANGEMENT, Apfil 18, 1859. TWO _PASSfCNGBR TRAINS LKAvfe HARRISBURG ©AILY, (Sundays excepted.) at 8.00 A. M., and. 2.45 B. H... lor] Philadelphia, arriving _thereat 12.60 noon and yRWURNING, LEAVE PHILADELPHIA at 7.30 A. M. and,8.80 P. M., arriving at _Harrisburg at 12.40 noon and 8.45 "P. M-, FARBS:—To Philadelphia, No. X Oars, $8.85; No. 2 (In same train) $2.70, ' ' FARES _£•_& Reading, $1.00 and $1.30. , At Reading, connect with trains for _PottaylUe_, Miners-Till©, _Tanwoua, Oatawlsaa&o. POOR TRAINS _ZEA.V& KEADINO FOR PHILADEL PHIA DAILY, at 6_^. M., 10.18 A. M_>, 1.2.80 noon and 6_J»P.M_< • / . a . litAVK PHILADBLPHIA FOR BEADING at 7.80 A. H., 1,80 V, M., 8,30 P. M,, and 4.45 P. M. FARES _Ufc&dW to _PhUadalphlA_) $1.?S ioi $1.45. IBS MORNING TRAIN FROM HARRISBURG CON _MBLT& AT BBADING with up train for yrilkesbarre, FlttstonAndSoranton, - , _, M _, i._i,l.. 1' For throu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 July 1859

NEW FIRM, NEW GOODS NEW PRICES! _rpHE SUBSCRIBERS having succeeded X .to the WHOLESALE AND _RETAH. GROCERY BUSINESS of Messrs. GROSS A KUNKEL, at WALNUT STREET WHARF, would respectfully announce to the _oitlzens of _Harrlsburg and vicinity, that they are pre pared to offer for sale a large and complete assortment ot Groceries, Provisions, Fish, Salt, iGrtun, Hoar, _. Braes, in great variety, _ftueenswaxe, Paints, Oils, JPnHd, _. Glass, Hails, ¦ _* Cement &c, _Ao. Our Large SPRING 8TOCK, purchased in Philadelphia and New York, and, bow. arriving, has. been selected with much care, and will present great inducements to close buyers. • > , * we intern! to keep FIRST-CLASS GOODS and WILL NOT BE UNDERSOLD, and hope by honorable dealing to merit and receive a share of patronage. niar24-dtf A. ROBINSON & CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 July 1859

Business (darfts GEORGE W M'CAWjA_, WATCH MAKER AKD JEWELLER «_. MARKET STRBET: _^ , -_Y ,,n - " «¦¦•*¦ opposnB ih* joiaw hoJjot, /_CONSTANTLY on hand every variety of \J CLOCKS AND WATCHES, and a large and elegant _assortmentef JEWKLBY and SILVER WARE,at reasonable prices. Repairing done promptly and in the best style. ¦ . myo-dly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 18 July 1859

_EMPLOYMENT. QH _p£ A A month and all _expenseH paid.— _WDO*/ An Agent is wanted in every town and county in .the United BUtes1 to engage in a _respedtabjo and easy businessby which the above profits may be realized. For further _toartioulars address DR. J. _HBNBY WARNER, corner of Broadway and Twelfth streets, New York City, enclosing one Postage Stamp. apr4-d*w3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

_JDro (_Staoto, _^_c AND SUMMER DRY GOODS AMD NOTIONS! T am now constantly receiving and opening 1 aflnflWMfirtmentof N«« GOODS, wbioh In Style, _£_j||££al Mee*_4'fBel coaMejitlpuutlSK.. _—.--«»,. ^^ IKDOCKMBNTS TO PUBCHASBR8_, UNSDBPAS8ED BY ANY 0THE& HOUSE. » PlaiuDntfttUu, £ J _Jfanoy W S g Dress _Sllka of every style, g O LuBtred Black _Silka. Delanee, K _GhaUlB_, P Duoals, _p % _Javellaa_, Q § Ginghams, I _^ Foulards, * * _Ohlntzs, J Brilliants, &c., to. S. Mourning Goods. g £ The only full and complete stock to be > 5 found in tows. _g ;- Shawls, 0 _g ' Of every Style, Quality and Color, vary- » K mg price from II 60 to $20 OO.J g E Needle Work. § g- Handsome 8_ets, * _h CoUan and Sleeves, % _JJ Very Rich. French Work dollars, • W Embroidered _Hdkfs., Z Oftmbrio Edgings , _§ « CSambrio _Insertings_, " g Swiss " O P Swiss EdgingB, P « Honiton Collars, £ * Maltese Collars, § < Flonndngfl. J" _S WBSte Goods. 2 » FreartiBrMlanta, * •5 English ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

jgjk J_2lpyltcttftgng; _^ H0TICE. "VTOTICE is hereby given, that applicajj% tion will be made to the next Legislature of Pennsylvania, to alter the charter of the CARLISLE DEPOSIT BANK, located In the borough or Carlisle Cumberland county, so as to confer upon said Bank the rights and privileges of a Bank of Issue, and to change the name to the CARLISLE BANK; also to increase the capital of said Bank (which is at present Seventy-Two Thousand Dollars, with the privilege of. increasing the same under its _wesent charter to One Hundred Thousand Dollars,) to Two Hundred and lUty Thousand Dollars. ¦jjgUpWOBL ¦ ;.,- »- .rJMttMB 8_*1- <>»«*w. _HpHfe undersigned citizens of Lancaster L county give nottoe that they intend to apply to the Legislature or the Commonwealth, of Pennsylvania at Us next session, for the creation of a corporal* body with banking privileges, to be located in the City of Lancaster and to be called the CONBSTOGA BANK, with a capital of Five Hundre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

ftl_^ical | AYER'B H _.T.A A compound remedy, in which we have Jt\_ labored to produce the most effectual alterative that can be made. It is a concentrated extract of Para Sarsapartllaso combined with, other substances of still greater alterative power as to afford an effective antidote for the _diseasen _Sarsaparilla la reputed to cure. Ills believed that such a remedy is wanted by tbose wbo suffer from _Strumous oon_\_pfiUnts,»nd that one which will accomplish their cure must prove of _iinmenskservice to this class of onr afflicted fellow _citlaena. How_^_complctely thbvfiompCmawnTdO ttWtmtenoWL _Uf**»Mn»»fcorfi6 of the worst cases to be foundyof ute _Tollowmg OMnplaints i— fi \ Bbtum _tiA jUfD 8_oRoroiotm CtnouormXunnioia Jam _Sxdftivi DngutoBViaaa, PumasBlwrcaKS, _TtftftnBs, Salt _Bomxhl , Scud Bxad, STpmua axd SYPan.mo iurmb-TNPSjtnOOIDUI. _DlSKAai, DftOfSTNIPRALOU OR TlO DottoumKuxDxbiutt, _Drsnrau axd _iKDioKsnoK, .Ebt _siFsus, Bosk or 9r. _AmtfMrr_'_s Fnat, and Indeed ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

-PBOF. ' GABDNEB'S SOAP CAN BE BOUGHT AT KELLER'S DJBUG STO&E. ~YP3W and beautiful styles of Ladies J3i Berlin Wire Portmonnales can-be bought at KjELLER'S DBUG STOBJB, A N assortment of Flower and Garden _iX. Seeds at KELLER'S _DSUO STORE, . -•.-«i-Market8treet. PARPIJM d_'AMOUE OR, SKIS BEA.UT_1_FJUCB,. -ERADICATES TAN AND FRECKLES, _i ~_li _Boftona and whitens the skin and imparts to il a delightful fragranc_*. 1*4»«8 using toilet powders will and (Au article far 'superior and easier hi its application than Lilly White. For sale by , C. A. BANNTA&T, Pharmaceutical Chemist. SKELETON SKIRTS. rpHE finest assortment of different makes I offered. JQ8_SBS OF BVEST SEES, _UBlKa_'_BUNOlffla EOYJLL 8XIKC.1 >' QOMW OF DIAMOND 8K1R1C,J _. U OOID . _, « (« ItiTINU '* ; <* ". ; * ' " _DODQLAS JlBD 8HKBWOOD SKIRTS. And every other make of good kinds, sold at the very lowest priceB. ' W. A. CATHCART, No. 14 Market Square. UMBRELLAS I PARASOLS! I jBWBvpf_. p _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

Stann% _fflaztjtntB. TO THE LADIES OF _HARBlSBITRG THE GROVER & BAKER SEWING MACHINE CO., _BATQia _XSTABIJSQED AH _OfFICS AT TBS Corner or Market _Sqoare and Market Street, IN THK BOOMS OOOHPIBD BY SMITH' S PHOTOGRAPH GALLERY' , WOULD particularly call the attention of the Ladies and'oitizens generally to their TTXSIVAZI.BD SEWINQ MACmNES, varying in price from $SO $126. »„ REASON_^ WHY THE GROVER & BAXER MACHINE IS _UNIVBBSAIJiT PRKFBHRKD TO ALL OTHBR8 : 1st. U is. more simple and easier .kept in order than any Hher xaehine, haying never to be taken apart to oil or clean ' ¦¦¦¦ ¦' •< • ¦ 2nd. It makes a seam which will not rip or ravel even when every third stitch is cut fed. It sews from two ordinary spools, thus avoiding all trooble _cf_^rinding the thread, while by a mere change of _bmwIb tbe machine dtay-W<aaapted to _allilnds of work. 4ln_*The same machine runs _fflirrteen. thread, and commoocpool cotton with equal facility. ' - 6th. The...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

FOR FALL OF 1859. KEYSTONE NURSERY. RARRISBVR_^, PENN'A. la.Oqft_, BUDDED PEACH TREES, TNCLUDlNG ~ all 6* the most choice va-X _rJeUee. . Prtoe per 100 (exceptGriffith) $12.00; retail, 16 cents. Qrlfflth per 100 $16.00: retail, 10 cents. APPLE TREES. AU the best varleUes, and of good size. Price 15 to 20 oenta. PEAR TREES. Dwarf and Standard, 60 cents each, SS per dosen. CHERRY TREES. DwarfaM8Undard., 40 to 60 cents *_5fih; $4 to 96 per dozen. _tSSgkjWS_* bearing H_%r *^~ */its to 91 each. Grapes of different varietS_^^B_^_iberries, Currants, Gooseberries &o,&c., at usual prices. SHADE TBEES, Including American and Mountain Ash, Elm', Lindens, Sugar and Silver Maples, Horse Chestnut, Catalpa, Tulip tree, Magnolias, te., to. , ORNAMENTAL SHRUBS Of many varieties, among them Cydonia Japonica, White Fringe, Purple Fringe or Mist tree, Mahonia _aqui folia, Tree box, Magnolia, Honey Suckles, tea., to. EVERGREEN TREES. - Austrian, Scotch, Norway, Balsam, Double White A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

&listt\lantaus THE MOST COMPLETE ASSdRTMENT TOILET " ARTICLES IS NOW ON EXHIBITIpN KELLER'S DRUG STORE HAYING just received a large addition to his already .varied Stock of Toilet and Fancy articles, he will sell the same at "fair price for a fair _artiele7' _*. ' . _'' . ¦ ¦ _. . Prise Medal or Crystal Pomade—of the following perfumes: Sweet Briar. IBgnoneU. Camelia. Sweetaover. Poppinaok. * .. Oomp. Ox Marrow or Oleaginous Mixture, composed of Purified Marrow and Haselriut Oil. New Mown Hay Pomatum. Geouuie Bears Grease Pomatum . Barrel Pomatum or Beef Marrow. Glycerine or Camphor Soap—Infallible tor Chopped Hands—Peach Almond Soap. _Omnibcs, Paint Sunflower, Honey1 , Windsor, Frangtpanni, Monster, Pondne , Sand, Rose and a number ol other fine Soaps. Bazln'r _Tranglpannl ToiletWater. Bairn's BaU Lustrale for the hair. ¦ Basin's Meen Tun Balls. ¦ Basin's Rose Lip Balm A La Cloche IVor—Lavender Water, (Imported.) A La Cloche D'or—Toilet Powder, (Imported.) • range F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

CENTRAL _PENjrSSYLVANIA AGENCY FOB WHEELER & WILSON'S FAMILY SEWING MACHINE GR_^AT E£_a)t J CX10tf IN PRICE. _Onjand after October lstinst., the RETAIL PBICES'ol our SEWING MACHINES will be as follows : HKWSTYLK MACHINE ttfl MJ B D1DM_, on Plain Table ......$75 00 " Half Case Panel 80 00 " Half Case, Mahogany or Black Walnut.. 85 00 " FullCase "...."......" 100 00 ' •' Full Case, Rosewood 115 00 SMALL MACHINE 75 00 LARGE MACHINE 100 00 HEMMKRS, (extra) 6 00 The unanimous favor which haa attended the introduction Of Whkslkr & Wilson's Fault _Siwdjg MACBiNK,is sufficient evidence of its excellence. It Is needless now to say, thai _ttususefulinstrumentis becoming a domestic institution the -lact is recognised by its successful use in thou sands of families in every rank in life. To those who have hitherto refrained from availing themselves oi Its advantages, it may not be amiss to say, that its utility I s not. a problem to be solyed,bPt a success already reattzod...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

J3i _oounty agbicxjltural sociBrr, 2b 6« hdd atBarrub urg on _Wtdnuday, the 21st, Tfatr9datf. the22d , and Iriday, the 23d qf September , im. _, , The place of exhibition is fixed at the grounds of the " PARK _ASSOCIATION," whero every arrangement and convenienceItotoajlisujs _y »f Stoefct-f _wwimwo rtKiiusli1 ana AffH8uira_*5_nuT piuui<juw is now in _ooarse oipreparation. _. ¦ .,.-_*..;. The Boole of Battles will be opened at the office of the _Pennsyirania State Agricultural Societyon Seoond street, near Locust , in _Hanisburg, where one of the _otllcera will be found at all timesjotm m first or 8kptmb_«b. All Exhibitors must become members of the society. Munbentbii_)_, tl: _Ufa _Membership, W. SQ_^eB ol ad*; mission will be /_urtShed at the'offloe,; ln_^_EKrrbborg_, at any time after the first of September, andby the Treasurerat his office on the Exhibition Ground, during the Exhibition. ¦ A Yearly or Life MembenMp Ticket admits a gentleman and lady, vntk any of their...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

WM. PARKHILL, SUCCBSSOB TO H. 8. _LXTTZ , Plumber & Brass Founder, 1O8 Market Street, H_»«_flsburg. BEA8S Castings of every description made to order. American manufactured Lead and Iron Pipes of allsizMc tfydralita of every description madejand repaired. Hot and Gold Water Baths, Shower Baths, Water Closets, Astern Pumps, Lead Coffins and Lead work of every description, done at the shortest notice, on. the most reasonable terms. Factory and Eggino Work fa general. All orders ' tbanknilly received and punctually attended to. The highect cash price given for old Copper, Brass, Lead antfSpelter. - _ ' .. "' my_2tf COACH MAKING ESTASLISH_^ENT. rpHE subscriber respectfully informs the JL _ciusans «_f _flarrisbwrg and. vicinity, that he haa commenced the COACH MAKING BUSINESS, in all its branches, at his shop in WAUnrr _sratarr, niur Fodkih.— Haying Becured the services of (he best mechanics In each of the departments, and giving his own personal attentton-to_' all work dose ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

GEORGE A BROOKS, BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURER AND _ROOK KINDER!, , Ko. 64 Market Street, Harrisburg, Pa. BLANK BOOKS! BLANK BOOKS I! rpHE very flattering encouragement _whioit I wo h»ve received during the past _yo£r \n& warranted ns in enlarging our eeiabUahmenl, and we are now prepared with greater facilities than ever—facilities which canot be surpassed In the city—to ' manufacture to order all kinds of Blank Books , wittk or without printed headings, for ¦ State, Connty_, Company Mercantile or Individual Vie, In a manner which cannot be excelled. _FlntKAass wove linen piper ' put In all Blank, BookB_, and when _deMred properly and plainly paged. Being: enabled to<«ompeta with city manufacturers' , COUNTRY TRADE, will be supplied at olty prices.. Orderarespectlully solicited. Orders by mall address tb GEO. A. BROOKS, marls . 64 Market street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

Among the undoubted advantages it possesses overal othersmay be named the following: 1. Its simplicity of constructionand consequent freedom from derangement and need of repairs. 2. Its unexampled rapidity and ease of operation. 8. Its noiseless movement. 4_i The great variety of purposes to which it can be applied, which can be achieved by no other mechanical means. And 6. The pre-eminent bkautt and _ddrahutt of the work. Full instruction for operating t heMaohinp is given to purchasers gratuitously at the sales rooms. When the Machine is sent some distance, so that personal instruo tion is inconvenient, a card of directions is sentwhich are a Sufficient guide. The mechanismhowever, is so simple, and the arrangement so easy, that no difficulty neea occur. Many ladies have the Machine sent to their residences after having received ahalr hour's instruction Any future difficulties are readily surmountedand then practice alone * makes perfect in the use of this as any thing else. Dom...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

IS PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, [avuvAta _sxcsptsd _.J BY GEORGE BERGNER & CO., TERMS —Sinolk _Subscriptioic. _ «. „T tklmbaph is served to subscribers in the J_^_XX _vl cents per week. Yearly subscribers wil I bec _bar_^rt ** _gon.wmaT _Tsikhuph. r..«;KAHi is also published twice a week during Tb" \'on ofthe Legislature, and weekly during the rothl u S _to of thoyeaT , and furnished to subscriber* at the _^_i_^_MW. Per year .10. Seven |f u * . ' . ' . " . *""" 16.00 J?CUrgym«n and Sckool Teache ' n supplied with tbe <tvxnru?a at $1.60 in advance. t# o,,h«_rribcra order the discontinuance their newa-Jfc_^_s tbePuWte_^r may continue to send them until ill,fa ;ia _Sr8 _nftt or refuse to take their neirspai,f?omtbe office to which they are directedthey ere _^n _siWeuntimey have settled the bills and ord ered h»m discontinued_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

ASTKONOMIOAL CLOGK. TEWELLERS, Railroad Superintendents • I and the pubho are invited to call and see JK. Howard o.'s A»tron mioal and other _Qocks at Uie a pr28-dly BAGLE WORKS ~~ UPWARDS OF 30,000-S TRAWBERRY PLANTS have already been engaged firom the _Knstoiot _Ndbskky, fbr the present _reason* _planting. MOEE THAN 200,000, Embracing all the finest, largest and best varieties, yet fbr tale. The subscriber has this year raised, in quantity, berries measuring FROM FOUR TO SIX INCHES in ciroamference_, and will sell plants of the same varieties at lower prices than they can be bought elsewhere In the United States, with a guaranty of purity aud fidelity to name. Plants very lout by the thousand or larger quantity. _tGT Strawberries planted in August or September, il the weather is iavorable, will produce a good crop ol fruit uext season. H. A. M_1SH. Harriaburg, July 28,1869.—Jy2Mtf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1859

STEAM PRINTING OFFICE, Having procured Two Adams Power Presses, we are prepared to execute JOB and BOOK PRINTING of every description, cheaper than it can be done at any other establishment in the comity. RATES OF ADVERTISING-) 49»Four lines or lets constitute one-half square. Eight lines or more than four constitute a square. Half Square, one day %q 25 " one week 1 00 " one month 200 " three months. 3 00 " six months 4 00 " one year. , , & 00 One Square, one day 50 • one week s 00 - one month 3 Of " three months. 6 00 " six months.. .....8 00 << one year 10 00 _Cf Business notices Inserted In Um Lccaleol*mn , o» before Marriages and Deaths, FIVE CENTS PER USB. toe each insertion. ta- Marriages aad Deaths to be charged as regular advertisements.

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