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

Mrp. Sarah A. Glechner, boquet of cut flowers, Dip loma. F. P.TfHebnlcn, best six Fall variety of apple9 , premium $2 00. Jacob Mi&h, best and largest collection of apples, a Diploma and premium, $2.00., T> femmt T:_: -J<me8,_' best -tW " Winter _varieties of apples, prdailumof $2 00.- • Miss Sallie Harris, best twelve quinces, $100. W. Boyer, one farm wagon, $1 00. , Joseph Sayfbrd, one open wagoh, i)ip"!dmta and $1 00. , .__ _,tv Joseph Sayford, oncmatket wa ..oh, Diploma and $2 00. . , i Samuel Walmer_, one top buggy, Diploma and $100. Samuel Walmer, one top,boggy, Diploma. .Samuel Walmer, one single teat wagon, a Diploma. ' • ' • <¦ Samuel Walmei, two borse carriage, > a Diplomi _und $3 00. Sutnuel Walmei, one sulk _' ey, Diploma and $1 00. _t . ,, < -,, A. K _Hoffinatii paten_^pole 'H Diploba.y ,1, _Diploma. ]\ _/ ' " ' / \ ' " W. _Y. Foorman, oneipair windo_^l_' _*1 _"_^ _**°_- 2, Diploma. - J. Henry Clay Poo ' rmaq, Jr&...

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

S YNOE> . OF THS GERMAN _REFORMED _ClltJftci: MONDAY AFTERNOON. Synod met at the usual hour. Prayer by Elder W. _Heyser. Rev. R. S. Gerhart _. of the Lancaster _clacsis, p. Bossier OJf Zion's _classis, and J. E. _Hiester, of the Lebanon classis_, appeared and took theif; seats-as advisory members. • ¦ Rev. J. H. Derr; alternate, wag permitted to occupy the seat now occupied by the Rev. D. Y. _Heiater, in hi_$ absence. The committee on ordination reported that they bad orditined Me«_ers. Emanuel Boehinger and Joseph Henry _Dubbs, accordiug to the tisiges of the German Reformed church. MEMORIAL FOB, AID. A memorial was presented froui the Second German Reformed church of Readiug, asking the Synod for aid to enablu them to free their church from debt, they having been disappointed in the action of the _members of the First Reformed church, who had promised them the proceeds of the sale of the Cemetury, which amounted to upwards of $4,000, but afterwards refused to pay ...

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

_Tueaday Afternoon, October M _» 1859. _^ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ —' *" "* 'i_'1- _" •'¦ • * _¦ _gi, " .:!'i _.yri Sw STAJE_^OP 'TIlK_^H_^ltAIOBlEiTKR. _^ _Bioii WoRK8,_'£_farrttter_^_Oetoboi>!a , %•. }> _A - M - <» am. i4s<_w& mi yqo& .,_& p.h. 42 ' "_* T _^H_t ..yy- M BAROit«TBBot7o'clockA.it 29.640—2 o'olookp. v. 20.468. Our Usual Loca_^ Yabibtt is excluded to-day to, _maKe ' robm for-JtUe award'of • premiums,'and the report of the Synod proceedings. .ifr _' Uifrli '-' ' *'-_} .:¦:.' _u.tit ¦ " A Special _Mbetikq of the Washington Hose C9mpaay _wlli _^^^l_^lWe_^urt_^_Bpase this (Tuepday) evening at 71 o'clock. ¦•• ¦ ' Po *_mnm6&wfflm-w _^t«^wj«, Cumberland county, James _Surler is appointed postmaster,, vice Joshua Quip, resigned.. .,. ' ' To _bb piSAB_^fBD.r-It is _xuqgored . that the,ool • ored military company in our town will shortly jbe disbanded by Adjutant _Qeneral _Willsori.—' How!or, where,, j,hey_. obtalq§4 the _muakqlg In ...

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

' ; . »t . _ ; • . The Preliminary Examination. MILITARY DEMONSTRATION. _».;,.t¦•:.:- . - ' ft . • ' • • . ., _^ EICITEMSNT AMONG TUE "CHIVALKY." ; SPEECH OF CAPT. BRQWtf. Charlkstown, Va., Oct. 26. The preliminary examination of the prisoners captured at Harper's Ferry, commenced this morning before the Magistrate' s Court. The following magistrates occupied the bench,:— Col. 'Dav ' etipoft, pr_^i&ng justice, assisted by Dr. Alexander, John J. Sock, John F. Smith, Thomas H. Willis, George W. _Eichelberger_, Charles H. _^_ewis and Moses W. JBurr,.; .At half past to o'clock the sheriff was directed to bring in the prisoners, who were conducted from the jail under a guard of eighty armed men. A guard was stationed around the court _honge, and bayouets are bristling on all sides. Charles 8. Harding, attorney for the county, is assisted by Andrew Hunter, counsel for the Commonwealth. The prisoners Vere brought in . General Brown aud Edwin. Cpppee being manacled together. Bro...

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

PROM BUR&AH. _' / ; .l1 ; _SawAToaTsn, Bmrmah, Uarch 8, 1856. Mr. P. Davis—Dear sir: Such 13 On great _deoand for , tbe Fain Killer that I write you- to send a* soon as possible, in addition to what I hare hitherto ordered, 24 dozen boxes, (two dozen bottles In a box) and a bill for the same, that I may _grre you an order on the Treasurer of the Union to the amount of the same. ¦ N. _HvaaB. Hbrthada_, Burmah, March 17, 186a. Messrs. P. _DavU & Son_^_JQeAfe:* * * I am sorry to* -i say the last box of Pain Killer ' sent me has not yet tome to hand. The expense of getting the medicine U some : thing "these hard times," but the want of it I* of far moro importance. * * * Send me as soon as possible, anotheo box of tbe same size, (viz. $60 worth. I enclose an order on the Treasurer of the Missionary Onion for the amount. Rev. B. E. Thomas. The stain on linen, from the use of the Pain Kiiler, _ts taaUy removed by washing in alcohol Sold by druggists, grocers and medicine...

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

_NitM _CKbiottixstmtntB T7OR RBNT.-f- _^ A- small _Hpuse located on X? Fourth street, next door to W. F. _Poorman's Venetian _bbndtmanufa_^tojrys _Neatly papered and _provided with gas lights, on reasonable terms to a good tenant —' Possession given immediately. Enquire of oct26_^11w WJ F. POOBMAN . | ¦OUCKWHBAT FLOUR—A sample of _l> which was exhibited at the Fair, made at Sunbury Mills. For sale by . : A. _BOBINQON t CO., oci26 : Canal and Walnut streets. TO PRINTERS AND OTHERS 1 RARE ' INDUCEMENTS I ' ONE of the best paying Printing Offices_, in the State Is oflsred for sale at a low price,' Any person having a few hundred dollars to invest -weald, da well to address at once. "X. Y. Z." Telegraph Office, oct2*-dAwlm . .' Harrtebnrg_^Pa,. /_CRANBERRIES just ' received and for ' V> >«aleby WM DOCK, Jr. « ¦' — : ii DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP. rpHE partnership heretofore existing be-I tween Henderson Styles and Hiram Parker, In the _bUcksmlth business, ...

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

COLDS LEAD TO CONSUMPTION •_RBVENTIOW_; BGTIER THAN C_17RE1 _" GALLOHER'S CELEBRATED ELIXIR WILLCVm_^A BECEST COJC.D _, IN, . _TfFJBm_^Fpm% ¦ -1 Ufi._mdtrs_^ iF _XAKiafmtvMdji r: _KwJ rpHIS celebrated Medicine should be kept ' I on hand by _fiunQies generally, as it is a most exeat lenLcure ol . OddsOoufjkt, ConsumptionHoartmea, Paint and Weakneu in tht OhettLirtr Complaints_*Dytptp»ia Whooping Cough, Sort Threat, Quinty and _Qenera.1 , It is pleasant and very good for children. Colds are the hot-beds dt Consumption, and they Bhoull be remedied as soon as possible. _u OAIXOHBB'S BIXOR Has acquired a just celebrity for the cure of all diseases arUlng frcm severe Golds'; and its efficacy has been attested and approved by hundred of ' our most respectable clliiens. In every instance immediate ieUef baa been given, as the following certificate from those woo h»v_» tried it bears testimony : 1 Wotho undersigned, do certify that we have used Galloher'i preparations for Consumpti...

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

GRECIAN _PAINTHfO. MRS. _WMi L. HALLOCK-rerooctfi_^r_, - informs the Ladies of Han«wnrg: that ahewfll give instructions in the art of GRECEiN PATJJTINq, lither at her roomfl in Mrs. o*_v_£/°*** tol **** , «»• 9_^_na or atthe resldeiic<> _J~~ *ji —qgajroak/hall ; CLOTHING_^D FURNISHING Z stoee_, : No. &8 Market St., Opposite the Post Office). - ~\ _^ _jj ' (A n _^' _JflLLIAM SAYFORJD, _XTAS OPENED his first Fall and Winter 3JJL Dress Goods, embracing tbe most _fasnioaiM* styles of •• * ¦ y * fc , Clolhs, _Casimeres. _Vestings , Over Coatings and Gents Furnishing Goods. _^ ?-large-assonment of Ready Made _Oothlngrtif wryf _Mrie.,Jsa|a_«,' ajflneassortinentof _^^ <_ tl u, >n?i- _>7i BOf YS _CLOTHING _) suitable for youths from 8 to 12 years of ' «ge_^ to _«htqM invitettbe attention or purchase! s. My motto is_/it**fc Sales and. Small Profits." . ' ' ' r t \ Persons bavmg goods made up t* erder shall h_^re hem at the time promised. '' _0_^4...

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

To theBe-Ittiii&e<taiicl Poisoned Citizens . _. , OF PENNSYLVANIA. You a_^ 9Vj9rr_#wttliAllelu«8 ofthelvifiieC«OTpoanda la the form of "Alcoholic Drinks" that ever emanated I from tii&t pest or society,- ( be ' Liquor Hixbb. _^ TBey are j ¦old to you as a luxuryor O»ey _ara dispensed to you at y Med_^iue and ia either case the eflfoct is the uune X _ntere _fcbat one way to _escape, 'and that ia to aaeM a _faxury or a medicamenta ;sale and reliable _stjmrfwntf _aoUfunder. stamp and seal; ?_hfen _* renders it _cepSw. t£a| itbasnottteeniamperedSrith.. Smdian arjl^»1s ' VJS CHARLE8 ' LOHDON CORDIAL -Oil, which is distilled under inspection of Uw British Govern menu is " _deMpately flavor_^ (unlikOT^)^th^^a)jwJUi Ktogdom, andi8.bvfarthenio«U»«» " yb9yetageeslan , XHK MOST _iMUOKT _FaXBIOAS_/OF _KUBOM ASD AMCTM * not only recommend'jts ose-oy the _»ale and beartyrbat preeorlbe it as a _medictar where a _stimtua_^tiBHFequired. T thr mf"P_."T willXmlt JtPt only _atf...

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

Ifo: Insurrection ftt Harper ' s Ferry. Washimgtom_, October 25. - A l etter from ' U. 8. Senator _Masou_, after due Investigation-into the Harper's Ferry difficulty., .says _thera_*Maa_naiJu8urrection _lo_^any form_^_hatever, _jqn_^ he _^parfr of the inh _^ blt an_^ of that town or vicinity! The fact,is undoubted that not a man, blaCR or _twni_^e_; joined the in vaders after tbey can_^e into'Virginia, or gave them aid or assistance in .any form, ' so for as can be discovered. Not one of the nineteen escaped; not a slave escaped or attempted to escape during the tumult. Of the few carried off by Cook across the river, all escaped from him and ; came safely back bat one* who, it appears, was drowned while crossing the rivei homeward bound.

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

Latest Hews from Texas. . *\ . ' New _Obxbans , October 26. Bro_^_ntvjUdlFexas dates have been received to_.the _^thjinfit. . _^ The, Mexican ontlaw, Cortinas, ia still encamped above the city, and the Indians _arq constantly joining, his band. The Mexiean _tropos hav _. e returned to Matamoras Lieut. Lahg ' don has aVrived * with ' three cannon. One of the leading outlaws has been captured and sentenced to be executed, but Cortinai threatens to burn the ' town it the sentence ' ii carried out. The citizens, alarmed ' by _tbesi threats, are flying from the town, and unlest assistance arrives soon it will be deserted.

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

pain, and ii _aoi_^ to r_^_U&the _^to^^_uSiPivaiTt , mothers, it _wULtfre rest _J_^ _yourselveaJjmdjNirfand health to your infante. -I_^rfec_^Ste_^iu _ema_? _&« _adrutisement in _anotherolnnui. aa _^ otwlf-• . .__ . _^_S_? _^ Di _Totkes, MRS WINSLOW _^_An espeno oea nurse and tema!« physician, has a Sboh_»inK Syrapfor children _teething which greaUy raciliut_^uio process of teething fcy aott nine the nundndn_^ii _t«l_^Tllii_£r_^5ii-ii—^ii

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

_ITate_^t W Wt\t_^m SPECIAL _DISPATCHES TO THB DAILY TELEGRAPH

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

hi t £ Ir In Haltlaxon tho 25th insL, Sjuuh , wife of _Joaepb Geiger.in the 60ih year of her ago.

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

JP. W. _(_foxoss & Co. D. W. GROSS ft. CO., WHOLBSALB ASD RETAIL DEUGGIST8, No. 19 MARKET STREET, HARRISBURG, PENN'A. DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STORE KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS, _. We ave daily adding to our assortment of goods all such articles as are desirable, and would respectfully call your attention to the largest and best selected stock of DRUGS, CHEMICALS & PAINTS, QUs,, Varnishes and Glues, Oye_^Stnts% Glass and Patty, _~ ._Artist Colors and Tools, < ! Pare Ground Spice*, Burning Fluid and Alcohol, ' _Lnrd, Sperm and Pine Oils, '' Bottles, Vials and Lamp qiobea, _CastUe Soaps, Sponges and Corks, < Sic, &c_, &e., &c., &c., <Su_$. ,&c., With a general variety of PEBFUHEBY & TOILET ARTICLES, selected from tbe best manufacturers and _Petfumers of Europe and this country. - Being verydarge _^ dealerflbin * - -^«^> * '*' SfltW_^f ._*n?» f _Linseed_._OO, _Varnuhes, _Wincfaw Glaaif _Artisti Co...

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

Scrofula, or King's Evil, TS a _constitatlonail disease, a corrnption _JUof the blood, by which this fluid becomes vitiated, weak and poor. Being in the _drcalation. it pervades the whole "body, and may burst«_ot in disease on any Hut of it. Na.organ ta _freo _frrmJjTT _rttmf8). -no** there on* .which it mauMfcifctSSSr'Tha acrofnionp tamt is var} -ofuiycaused by mercurial disease, low lluvg_, disordered or unhealthy foods tanpure sir, fltth and Uthy bablUtbe depressing vices. _«nd»»bov_«-»uT _*_r **» venereal _lnf«o-^_iol.wtnaev«rbe its .origin, it la h*r«IUuxln ,thecoostituUon, descending "from _jwrentf to- chfldrea onto the third juid'fou_^ generit_^fMndeed _O _Merns to be tbe rod of Bin wno ¦aaysJ«_r¥_01 vWftf the _tJUqottles of the fathers upon their ehliaren/' (< ¦ ' : ' • Its •fleets, ojmm«nc_% bj5 _depoallion from the Mood of corrupt, or,ulcerous matter, whichkt the lungs, Mver and inUiytfcrginBj _^Srmeo tubercles : hi the 5*nds, swettngs; and_«n the surface, erupUon...

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

I DR. JOHNSON, _Baltimore JLock _. flosgitaj, H&o discovered ch_^moeicertain, sp&eoy aod _efifectualiemedv in the .-world for DISEASES ' OFIMPRUDENCB ' 0030 IK Sit. JO _TWXLTX BOBB8. &o Mercury or Noxious _Drvgt. , \ ¦$3_T ACrasWariumkd,or so Chakqk_,ikfkokOn to Two Dats."Q0_l Weakness of the Back or LimbsStrictures, Pains in the LoinsAffectio _' ns of the Kidneys and : Bladder, Organic Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the _Phyaieal Powers, Dyspepsia Languor, Low _Spirits, Confusion of Ideas palpitation of the HeartTimidityTremblings. Dimness of light or Giddiness, Disease of the Stomach. Affections ol the 'HeadThroat?Nosfror Sldn—those terrible'disorders arising from the indiscretion or Solitary Habits of Youth—those dreadful an'ddWtructrve practices which produce constitutional debility, rondor marriage'impossible, and _destrov both bodv and mind. YOUNG MEN. Young men especially who have-become the victims <. 1 solitary Vice, that dreadful an...

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

QUERT/'S _^ FLAVOSED COD lillTER OIL _JtfLLIr_, containing 85 per cent, of Oil, it baa the adyantage over tlie _pil .of being palatable and _notnauseating to the most delicate _stomach Physicians'who favor the progress of the Science of Medicine, we invite your atten tion to " • _^ THATBR'S MBDICALilirulO _EXTRACTS, believing a trial of them will establish their euperioifity, and gecure your preference for, and confidence in them. • _FARHVKS AHD _6RAZIER8, Those of yon who"KaVe not given otlr HORSE and CATTLE P0WDEKS a trial know not their superiority, and the advantage they are in keeping Horses and CatUe healthy and in good condition. Thousands can testify to the profit they have derived from the use of our Cattle Po ' wder by the increasing-quantit y and quality of milk, besides improving the general health and appearance of their Cattle. ¦ > • ¦ Our long experience in tlie ' business the ub us _givwb um auvaniage oi a tnorough knowledge of the trade, and our arrange...

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

HEASONS _WUX THIS GR07ER & BAKER KACBDtS 18 ira'fvSBSltLT PBS_^EBRkb TO ALL OTHSBS : 1st. It is more _atmpleand easier kept in order Uuux any _itfaer u.achine, _bariog never to be taken apart to oil or clean 2nd. It makes a seam which wil not rip *r ravel _evea when every third stitch is gnt 3rd. It sews from two ot«inju-y spools, _ttaos avoiding all trouble of winding the threadwhile by a mere change of spools tne machine maybe tS&yM. teaU kinds of work. 4th. The same machine nmaaik. linen thread, and common »poofcottonwlOi eqnalfkcUxy. 5th. Thesoam is as elastic as the m«8t elastic fabric, and is, lherelerev fcee from _alUiabUUgr ta_^reak ik wash-Ing, ironing or otherwise. 6th. The Btttch is more beautiful thai any made by. any other _Tnachln ' o_^ or by hand. ¦ ' ' v __ THE GROTSB <t BAKES STITCH is patented and owned by tbe Company, and _is.far superior to the "Looa &btch" or the worthless "Chad* Stitch" for all thia fabrlos, and resembles the ba...

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

all _purehasers to their URGE STOCK OF LEADING ARTICLES WHICH THEY ASB SELLING AT CITY PRICES! _^ mT_^_KUN EM_^ WHOLE _^ SA_^E_._GllOfiEar_^ - ' o_^_posnar THBryENN' A_^ depot; • ¦r _^ Beg leave to say to Merchants and Hotel Kee p ers, that they have recently iuoreased their facilities fo f getting IK. 1. >"<J ' i ' * ' , GOODS FROM NEW YORK , PHILADELPHIA_v AND BALTIMORE, And would hereby call the attention of ADDING FREIGHT. Ordeia for the following goods will be promptly filled: Coffee , Sugar, ftlola§_ses, Teas, Tobacco, Cigars, ' _Soaps, Candles, Fluids, ' Clieese, Spices, Starch, Bacon, Hams, Oil, Tar, Fisli, Salt, Cement, Plaster, _rFHOTTIR,. GKR,.A_i:iSr TIMOTHY AND CLOVER SEED, IRON, NAILS, &c, &c.,_<&o Harrisburg, February 26-tf.

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