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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

r _T NEW MEDICAL SALT. C_^ FOR INtLAMMATORY DISEASES ONLY. _^J _Tir. Coggswell'g New _Sledlcal Saltlnr _^_H U _steacTof belug a remedy for all ills, has but ^^ono aim, and accomplishes but one thing to wit: ^* i _Suudiibs inUammatory' disease, whatever be its rf) form or locality. This it does by equalizing the *«^-_* _;irculAtlonthereby removing the sole cause of inflammation. l_J iihenmalUm_, Neuralgia, Headacbe, r~] IV FitsColds, Fevers, Intlammed ThroatLungs, ._^^ and liver, FomaleDiseases,_Eryslpelas,DronchiUi, ^*_i Pleurisy, AstUmaDygpopsiaVenereal _Diseases, jr -_> _,GoutScrofula, Canker and all other form* of Iu-S>/ IlammaUon aro easily subdued by the'Kfiw Modi-^J cal Salt P mUe New _iloilical Salt *• no cure-X all but does Just what it claitjtff ' to do—no more, no less—aqualizes tho circuWtlon by removing it, from the system all arterial »nd venous obstruc r^™ ions. _^_sH lUfnltltudea have tried the virtue* of pr~ i jSL the New Medical Suitthough but late...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

ISN'T IT SO! Tliat the very best PRDG3 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, . _ _. one door below Fourth. HAVING secured the sole Agency ef BONI>_$ "JBOMTQUCRACKERS ," I havo just roceived a fresh Invoice of tho following varieties, which I can sell at city.prices; wholesale or retail : QHAHAU BREAD, OYBTER CRACKRRS, BOSTON CRACKERS, TOAST BI80IUT , _, WINBBISC0IT, MILK BISCUIT , SODA BISCUIT. WJI-DOCK, Jb_, opposite the Court House. SELLING CHEAP TO BEDUGB STOCK Plain , "MouaNiNa _and_^FancyPanb, - _" I " POBS_^ , I_^O|tTE»rONlfAIBS' AND _^_ALLETS * , " : HAiR'BRtsHBs, Soaps , PojiADEfl_, VANILLA BBANS _^ fiiie article; bH_^p., 11 _' _" klSLIfiB'S BR¥G STORE, , , 91 Marlcet _sjrset TOY BOOKS. A N ENDLESS ASSORTMENT OF _tfOT _jCli .BOOKSPBINTED ON LINBN AND BAPER-ilc_^ly colored—for sale at >r ._». ¦ -..,..v ._'¦•;•« * •• - - _^_RgRouui...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

SANFORD'S FAMILY CATHARTIC PILLS COMPOUNDED FROM PURE VEGETABLE EXTRACTS, AND PUT UP IN GLASS CASES, AIR TIGHT, AND WILL KEEP IN ANY CLIMATE. The FAMILY CATHAR- • TIG PILL is a gentle bu active Cathartic Which the 03 proprietor has used In his practice more than twenty J years. The constantly iocreas-" ing demand from those who have long used tho PILLS M and tho _satisfocUon which all express in regard to H their use, has induced me to place them within the Q. reach of all. ; Tho Profession well know that different Cathartics act oa different portions of the __H bowels. The FAMILY CATHAR- \J TIC PILL haswith due refereoce to _thia well estab M _lisbed fact, been compounded from a variety of the- C_| purest Vegetable Extracts, which act alike on _ivsry JL« part of the alimentary canaland are good and _vtfc W in all _cises where a _oA> thartic is needed, such %^\4 Derangement* of Stomach Sleepiness, Pain* in _f\i ¦¦ ** Bade and Loins, Cottxveneu Paul ana Soreness over iwm...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

r Tlio _Tolegrapli k_> PUBLISHED EVERY DAY, [_re!_TDAY8 ¦X0SPTH>,j BY GEORGE BERGNER & CO., TERMS.—SINO1.K SCB8_CRIFT1OS. The _Daut Tglborapb is served to subscribers Iu the dorougb at 8_X cants per wa«k. Yearly _subsoribers wil ce obarged $4.00 Wbikly asd Skiu-Wisely _Tsiioraph. The TxutGiupa is also published twice a week during Ute session of th« Legislatureand weekly during the remainder of the year , aud famished to subscribers at the following ratesvii: Single Subscribers per year $2.00 Sevan «? u 12.00 Ten «« <« . ' 15.00 «" _CUrgynun and _School _ItacjiaVs _' supplie ' d ' with the _Tiueaaira at $1.60 in advance. mm law of _mtwapipraa. If subscribers order the discontinuance of their newspapers, the publisher may continue to send them until all arrearages aro paid. If subscribers neglect or refuse to take their newspapers from the office to which they ore directed_^ they are responsible unUl they have settled the bills and ordered hem discontin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

GR_$m _jgmAfflioN NEWT B M P I4 E O P ART T_> OBERT R. BARR begs leave most re f _li _epectfUlly to intbrm tho Ladies and Gentlemen 1 Harrisburg. and Strangers: visiting the Capital, that I bas openedji NSW _DAGUERBEAN GALLERY in HRANT CITY HALL, where Likenesses In ovary style will t taken at prices to suit the times. Photographs c Enamelled MotaJan entirely new style of pictures. The can be readily sent by mail without estra postage Chca] truthful and unfading Christmas 'presents Please call 1 the Temple of Art. R R. BARR, dec9 dif Proprietor and ArUs. WM. PARKHIL _^ L, 8UC0BS80R TO H. 8. LUTZ, Plumber &Jirass Founder, 1O8 Market Street, _Harrlsburg. BRASS Castings of every _description tnado to order. American manufactured Loud aud Iron Pipes ot all sizes. Hydrauts-of every descrlptiot mado and repaired. Hot and Cold Water Baths, Showei BathsWater OJosets, Cistern _Pumpa, Lead _Qofflns auii I_*ad work of overy dasoriptlondone at the shortest no liceon the most ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

SANFORD'S LIVER INVIGORATOR NEVER PBB_^_LITJlTEB. It is compounded entirely from Gums, and has becomo an _estabhsbed facta Standard Medlotue, known and approvedu; by all that have used it, and is now resorted ton with confidence in all the diseases Tor which it is re- Q commended. , It * has cured thousands | within the last two years who hadgivon up all hopes ~ m of relief, as tho numerous unsolicited certificate*! In _^1 my possession show. _. Tho dose must be adapt- _ftf ed to the temperament ol Ibe individual taking itand q used in such quantities as to act gently on tho bowels, ij, ¦ __ Let the dictates of your © indirmnnt eidae 'yoiTTn'iue useoftholIVERINVIOO- t* _RAJIWR,-»ad It wlU euro IJVKK _CoMPLATNTO, _BlUJOUS D> ATW.CK»,_WyBPKP81A> 0hKOHioUiarrhoka.SdmmkkCom- _ik _peautis; Dysk(tkry , Dropsy Soiw srojiACH, _Habtt_: _q tjja.' _Ooanvjwssa , . Cuoue, CUOLKKA _MORBUfl, _ChOLKHA ~ . _INPAOTUM, FLAtULKNOB _Jaukoicb, Fkmalb W«ak- _nissks, aud may be used succe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

BIBLES! BIBLES!! A Large and thoroughly complete slock of BIBLES, COMPRISING BVKRT VARIETY, _Ifcom the _Enuttaat Pocket to the largest sized and finest * > FAHiLY BIBLES, Has iust been _purged and reoolved from the Rill _Trude Sales. Having _put_^_ased these at _EXTKEMELY x_,O\V RATES , they will be ' sold at a very small »dvanoe. Please call&nd examine the stockttt . • _, pERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE, . ih 61 _Mwicet street _^0(^1_^0_^--_^ A LARGE ASSORTMENT Op _^1 Tttlfi BESST COOK BOOKS Published_, are for _salo at low prices at . \ • _= •..-.- BKRGNER'3 CHEAP BOOKSTORE v 61"Market Street. _VTAMS AND CIGARS, <'.Smoked and Un _£J_, smoked," for sale by A. R B1NS0N *~C0 ; TpOCKET CUTLERY.—A LARGE tJvT-\ . voice or POCKET KNIVEScomprising all sizes and pgoee, _*lf _^THE-BEST Mamufacturo, justreceived and 'for sale at BER_§NER'_3 CHBAP B00KSTORB, r-¦ - ' "•>¦ -- ¦ _" . _^-- --yr- ¦-•' :tt Market stora.:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

BRANCH STABLE Tho undersigned has opened a brtinoh of his "LIVERY _aud EXCHANGE STABLEj" In the buildings lately occupied by, A: W. Barr, in Fourth street _epposito th» Bethel, where _hs is prepared to accommbdau tho l-ublic with HORSES aud VEH1GLEHat all Umeson reasonable terms. Bis stock _b large and .varied, aud will recommend Itself. mar28 dti-rdaugll . . FRANK A. MURJUY. GENTLBMBN, TAKB NOTICE! GOING FAST, at NO. 66 MARKET STKBKT, „ O _^ W_K _._i E ' S Large and Fine Selected Stock of _Mea'_s Wear _^ .for. Fall and Winter, FROM NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA MARKETSoonsUUng In part of Cloths, Cas-imers aud Vestingswhich will be made to *rdor on sbokt Notice in the best and Latbst Stylks. Also, the largest and best assortment of " GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS In the Market. Winchester' s & Co's celebrated patont Shoulder-seemed Shirts. AlsoMBN aui BOY'S Clothing of his own manufacture, warranted to be superior in every respect to the common ready-madt _olothiug sold In the m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

COAL! npflOSE in want of a real genuine article I can now now be accommodated with WHEELER <t MILLER'S CELEBRATED LORBERRT ' C&AL.— This is conceded to be the best Coal for domestic purposes now iu use. It is freo burniug, forms no cinder, and is much more durablo tban auy other free burningrcoal in market. . . ,. Persons wanting thi3 Coal can bo supplied by the ion or by tho car load, direct from tho mines, at reduced prices. Enquire or GEO. GARVERICS sep27-d_2w S. & S. _Itailroad Office. IMPORTANT TO CONSUMERS OS COAL! / • "VT0T owing to the large quantity of Coal J3| on handbut to the coutinucd and great demand, I havo _rotiuced the price of Coal k. . FIFTY CENTS ON THE TON I Loss than sold heretoforeand will deliver it; at shor notice to any part of the town. We have on hand the I,ykoti8 valley Broken at S3 00 bor ton. " Kgg " 8 00 . " " " Stovo " 2 60 ! ii_ •< Vn» » om_! 11 " " Nut " 2 00 ««

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

_^Tfosftttt _wpittiitwr 4TOtr * _^££_O)Ul> _dg iMlVlllJU _£_r UlX<v Having procured Two Adams Power Presses, we are rNared to execute JOB and BOOK PRINTING or every dewrigtioBcheaper than it can be done -it ai.,_i othe? estoWistenent io the _coun_^r. _\ _JUCTES OF _ADVKRTISING : *W" FwwUws-or lets constitute one-half square. Eight n8 11 ?^0**Ol "n ftwr constitute a _squar_*. • Hair Square, on_^day ....$0 25 " _oae_^eek 1 00 " onemontb ... 2 00 " three months, _i! .8 00 " sixmontha, ' """ t ..4 00 " oneyear.._^.v "" . ' .'I!. **"* . * . S 00 One Square, one day _\ ¦ . '" _?, _gjv • oneweek ...x . .... " .::"*;^ _jt _«_ft " one month - a er " three months 5_^ ** Bix months. . " .!!." 555. " one yoar ' .laoo 49-Baainess nouces inserted _in\_hu Local column ,* before Marriages and Deaths, FIVE CENTS PER LINK for eaohlnsertion. 49- Marriages and Deaths to b« charged as regular adverisements.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

A LL THE POPULAR NEW BOOKS published can be obtained at BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE 61 Market street. Drop in and look at them; PAPER BOUND . NOVELS, _ ALL THE Magnzino3, Weekly Papers. &c.. are ' for sale at . BERGNBR'S _CHKAP BOOKSTORE .. t . 61 Market street. FRED. R. M'CARTHY_, \ AR-TIST. P »HOTO(3rRAPHS6' frbni miniature to life • JL _N _ a colored in Oil, Water Colors and India Ink. 11 ° _\llL sleft «_t«*e«UlAllaryi-OTetI_#_WyT» _dothlng &U—w 'HXgc6ive_'promptattenUn. -, -.srsfipfl-dSm _^ GCKK_^iiui_|^r_^ hjrge- ati_* _*ne aa-X sort_^Uo_^_io _y_^^_Sa_^ _ivfiEBGNWPS Book store, 61 Market etr&i_^ _, . „ ¦i_^,>:iy * t _^-v .._^ _^ s: _ ' »>II

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

; - NE'Wr _^_BjOOKS. _-;;; _, .. ;. : DAVENPOIHDDUNN, hyOhgs. Lever—completein I vol. Price _SOcts. » THE HARP OF 1000 STRINGS, by S. P. /ery—numerou8ly. illustrated. Price $1 25. TOE CHESS PLAYER'S .INSTRUCTOR, or Guide to Beginners, by Charles H. Stanley.— Price 38ct8. ANECDOTES OF LOVE, by Lola Montez.— Price $1 00. THE PILLAR OF FIRE, or Israel in Bondage, by Rev. J. H. Ingrahain} author of the "Prince o( the House of David." TRIAL OF DANIEL E. SICKLES, for Bhooting P. B. Key at Washington—illustrated by aumerous engravings. Price 25cts. For Bale at ; BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE, _j 51 Market street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

NEW FALL GOODS AT LEAMY'S CLOTHING ' AND FUK_^ISPING H A TL, _L,5 COR. TflffiD AND'MARKET STS. AGENT R _WOiCOX & GIBB'S SKWINQ MACIIIWE. apr8-dtf-rdsepl SGpiOL BOOKS.—ALL THE SCHOOL _jBoojcs used by, the various _sckoola in town, together with All kiudd of School Stationery, for sale at .r , ¦ »"*¦*¦ < ¦ > BERGNKR'dCHEAP BOOkSTORB. ;; : ¦ -. !¦ _¦ : _-¦:,. ..-;-. < 6iM4rMet«jfek;i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

BRASS FOUNDRY. A Ny and every description ©f Brass or J\_ Gun _Motal Castings made iu the moat perfect man ucrof the best materials, and at lowest market prices, at the ... . - eagLB WORKS, Pouna R. Road, above 3tato stroeL _Uarrisburtr, April 22,1859.—illy -•• — .--.. ¦ , ; . . IRON CASTINGS ALL kinds of Iron Castings made to order, of the very best stock, and all Castings pickled to remove the sand an.d_, scale: Wo have the best and 1 most extensive _aigsortmentTdf Pulley patterns this side ol Phil adelphia. _ApplT«*the • EAGLE WORKS jj ' Ponna. R. Road, above State street. ' Harrlsbwg, April 22, WWii_^dly. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

DAUPHIN _QOUNTY FAIE _> _, —_.^—<' THE 'PREMIUMS. t No. 1.—SHOBT Hokns. To the President of the."IfaupMn Couuty Agricultural Society: The. Committee on 3fcort. Horns respectfully report that they have with great pleasure examined the short horn or Durham, cattle on exhibition, and are of opinion that this county could not produce (for blood and bone) a better exhibited. Your committee are pleased to note the great improvement in the character of the cattle exhibited, and hail it as an evidence that the farmers of Dauphin county are alive _toitheir true interests in the rearing-of- stock. Your committee have awarded first premium ¦to Glenroy, the property-of AlB. Hamilton, ' aged _thi_*e. e years ................$5.00 The second premium to Philip Olewine, for Durham Bull, three years old 3.00 To J. P. Rutherford, for Bull, Duke of York, two years old, first premium 5.00 Second premiumj no competition. ; ' - ¦ <• Best Bull, between one and two, ' • King Josh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

Respectfully submitted • 4 PETEB HUMMEL, _, ;ii QHABJBSCAR8QN HJ , . T :: /-. 1 _SAMlEzLiMUMMA. u , ;,.. : NO. 13—EOIiEES. ;i . ;; , _>% To the President and Officers of the Dauphin County _Agricultural Society. The Judges or Committee on Rollers&c, report_^that we have examined the articles and implementsdescribed in the list submitted to us, and after a careful examination do award the following premiums: To David Hain, for one Wood Cultivator % —diploma ajad._J:_j v .:».;._s;_^s .»<.....Y.._t. -;j.' 3.00 To John MurpHy, for one _^ Wood Cultivator, second best :...:.>. ;._'.... 1.00 To David Hain, for best Cor_%Cnltivator> , ¦ < _t for general purposes-_^diploma> and... * _^8.00 To John Winebrenner, for Clod Crusher > and Scarifier 3.00 To David Hain, for best Seed Planter, . . " (Ruggle_'s patent)—diploma and....,,... 8.O0 To John Murphy, for best seed Grain 1 drill, (Willoughby&Blakes patent)— T_^_TemTS _g ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

_PENNSLVANIA ELECTION. The result of the _Jtfgtf_^tion in Peacsylvania shows what _tol_^ppositioD ' .can do when thorbugfe_^eonsolid ated and act ing in u_^i on and. harmonyr , We went \nto thef contest not as Republicans, or Americans /;or old-line Whigs, but as. .f a consolidatad "People's Party," enlisted under-the same banner, occupying % po,m} mon platform,1 and mating a/ united war againsta common _ieneTnyrrand the result was a total route of the sham _Democracy It is to be regretted that the same policy has riot been pursiiedin " the Empire State/ where,the Opposition are divided and distracted,' instead of presenting a solid front to their _^ enemies.: Tne Buffalo JComniwdal Advertiser, an American _papery icoinmenting upon the Pennsyiyahia ele '_ctirfri_, holds the following language :—- , ,- ; ' A word about Pennsylvania. The strength of the Opposition'there, its uniform harmony of action, its; brilliant, triumphs, are due; to a unity: of purpose which pervades all the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

A _PIEBCE EEl'OBT Mr. Broderick stood side by side with Mr. Douglas in every trouble, but it appears since his death some of the Douglas organs are disposed to speak disparagingly of him. The Chicago Times _saya: "The personal associations of Sena _torJBmJer. iok were not of the best. In-early life he had not the advantages of refined training, and he fell rapidly into the company of-roughs and i-owdiea." ¦ . •• The Chicago Tribune copies the above and makes the following bitter retort—whether just or,unjust we know not: " Perhaps Mi1 . Brbderick_'s < early, associations were not of the most ' select, put the people ol Illinois know that ' they could never have been lower or'more disreputable'than those of Douglas. Ask those who knew Douglas before h£ first ran for Congress-in! the Springfield Dis trict. Ask those who furnished him rum on credit, about'_thoae times, and never got _theit money. Ask the gentleman who threateheditc put him out of \& hotel at Jone...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 25 October 1859

LARGEST ClRCUIjATIpN.-rBy a rec«si»t de. elsion of-tbe Harrlsburg Post Master, tlit DAl_^ _TEIiEGRAFH has the L_.ARGKST CIRCULATION, within ttie delivery ot the Post Office, Of any Paper, Daily or Weekly; published In tills place

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