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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

l | Cekjpj Two Democratic Ratification _Meehkqs are talked of by the harmonious of our city ; one to ratify the _nominatiou of Douglas, and the other to endorse the action of the _eecedera iD trotting out Breckinridge. ' 'Let brothetly love continue." THiMDW0AiENTEBTAiMM8»T this evening, by theChoir of the Locust Street Methodist Church , will be a treat that no lover of the "art divine" should miss. Let all go whero "MU3ia'8i»r»»m will roll To soothe the heart and harmonize Uio soul." Bbautt _DsriNtD.—The Some Journal is responsible for the latest and best definition qi Beauty-thot which has _pnzaled the braidel of the _widest philosophers : "^' *"' UARR1SBURG. PA. T-Mday Alternoon_, Jaiie 26, 1860. _ZT_^OV THE THERMOMETER. _Kiau Womb, Harnsburg_, Jone 26, 60. M 4, A. M. 7, i- *• I 12. HOOH. 2, P. M _^ mlMrtta* a. u 20,986-2o'clockr.» 29.015. S_^_oTToMho gelt registering thermometer for the 24 CnuS- .o 2 _ocock to-day. _Warmst 59 COIDMT NiriCBTHis.—All the _Itfte daily and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

THE _f ONLY PREPARATION _HAVnW PROOFS SO STRONG AND DIRECT AS TO It EXPEL THE DOUBTS _^ OF ALL. FOR STATESMEN, JUDGE8EDITORS, PHYSICIANS or tbe oldest sonools as well as newgive it their unqualified sanctionand recommend it for all cases of eruptionsand diseases of the scalp and brain : but all who have _uied it, unite, in lenifying that it will preserve the hair from being grey, and from Tallinn to any age, as well as restore. Bead the following :— Oak Ghovb, S. O., Juuo 24th 1869_v PHOK O. J. Wood : Dear Sir .—Your Hair Restorative is rapidly,gaining popularity in tnu community. lh*TB had occusion to Uy prejudice aside, and give your Hair _Restorative a perfect test:— During the year 1854,1 was so unfortunate as to be thrown lrom iny sulky against a rock.near tbe roadside, from which my head received a most terrible blow; causing a great deal of irritationwhich communicated to the brain and external- surface of the bead: from tbe effects of which my bair wa_? finally destroy...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

AN ARRIVAL OF N E W ' G- O O D S APPROPRIATE TO TBB SKASON 1 SILK!. LINEN! PAPER! FANS! FANS!- FANS! _ANOTHER A»D ' 6PIKNJ)IDr _10r OP SPLICED FISHING R IDS! Trout Flie?, Gut anA'Hair Snoods, Grass Lines, SUk and Hair Platted _Linee, and a general assortment of Fishing Tackle. "*¦•:• - A GEBAT VARIKTT OF WALKING CANES, Which we will sell as cheap aa tbe ~ cheapest. Silver Head, Lnadf d, Sword, Hickory, Fancy Canes. CANES! CANES!! CANES!!! CANES!!! KtXLER'S DRUG AKD KA>NCY-<STOKI_^ 91 Market street, south Piue, one door east ot Fourth street. je8 AUDITOE'S NOTICE. TIHB U_^DJBKSIGNED having been ap* pointed Auditor,by the Orphan's Court, to distribute the funds remaining in tbe bands of Nimiod Buckingham administrator of the late Geurge W. Hughes, deceased, #iU meet the creditors of the sa d George W. Hughes, at bis omce, on Thlrd%treet m the citv of _Uarrisburg, at 10 o'clock on WedneEday morningthe 27ih aay or June next when and where thoie interested may "attend i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

SANFORD'S FAMILY CATHARTIC PILLS COMPOUNDED FROM « PURE VEGETABLE EXTRACTS, AND POT UP IN GLASS OASE8, AIR- TIGHT, AMD WILL KEEP IN ANY CLIMATE. . * The FAMILY CATHAR- • TIC PLLL is* gentle btt active Cathartic which tbe 03 proprietor has used in hia practice more than twenty j years. The constantly inoreas- _" ing demand from those who have long used the SILLS M and the satisfaction wbioh all express in regard to W their use, has induced me to place them within tbe q. roach of all. The Profession well know_n that different Cathartics act. on different portions' of the _~ Dowels. the FAMILY OATHaR- SS TIC PILL baswith due reference to this well estab M lished. fact, been compounded from a variety of the | purest Vegetable Extracts, which act alike on _wjry _^ i»rt of the alimentary canaland are pood and vafeK in all oases where a cathartic is needed, such _%s _*t Derangtmettts of Stomach Sleepiness, Pains in '\t_^ Back and LoinsCottuxnts* Pain and Soreness over Iw m hndu,Restl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

£ U F T£%> ' £'&£_, T. t NORTOM'S Q X 3_ST _TWL _E3_.3JJ" T , IOE r SALT BHEUM AND .SCROFULA, ' PBRBLAi«lb;NTt.V _CtTBBS SALT BHEUM, SCROFULA, SCALD HEAD, FEVER SOBES, BING-WOER1S, BABBERS' ITCH, AND ALL HOHING OR BURNING SORK«,AWUKiiUf-. . TIONS OF THE SKIN. This _(foftment rreargno resemblance to >iy ot Her ex _teroal remedy at present before the world. The mode o IU operation is peculiar. - It penetrates to tbe batit of the diseaso—goes to its very sourcs—and cures it from tbe flesh beneath to the skin on the surface. ' Other outward applications for ScrofulaSalt Rheum, &q., cverate ctwmieantthus driving the disorder inwards, and often occasioning terrible internal maladies. ._NOKTqx'8 OirrrKBNT _. on the contrary, throws the poison of tbe disease vpward, and every _particle or it is ditcharged throu_. the pores. - 'I bus the cures it effects is _Ovmplete. Not only .are the sores healed-r-the eruptions removed—tho swellings reduced—but tne'&a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

SptnalIXatuis HAIR DYE! HAIR DYE!! HAIR DYE! L WM. A. BAXGHELOB'S HAIR DYE! The Original and Best In the "World! ALL others are _mpre imitations, and f\ should, be avoided , if yon wish to escape ridicule. UKAYVREn, or RUSTY HAIR DYKU instanUy to a beautiful and Natural Brown or Black, without injury to the Hair or Skin. FIF1EBN MEDALS AND DIPLOMAS have been awarded to Wm. A. _Batchkloh since 1839, and over 80,000 applications have been made to the Hair of the Patrons of his famous dye. ' * .• ¦ • ¦-. WM. A. BACHELOR'S HAIR STB produces a color not to be distinguished from nature, and is _warranted not to injure in the least , however long it may be continued, and the ill-effects of Bad Dyes remedied; the Hair invigorated for Life by this Splendid Dye. Sold iu aU dtios and towns 6T the United States, by _Druggists and Faocy Goods Dealers. * 4arThe Genuine has the name and address upon a steel plate engraving on four sides of each B _>z, of 'i WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR, marlz...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

• I , * • *¦ « ' _^HJBTrnWj Tetn., Oct _^ _^16 _^ 1866. " ¦ _MiarfHs; Pkrst _Datib &S0N :—Sirs—GratTtu ' rfe toybu, and duty to suffering "humanity, require that I should malMiknown the benefit I have derived from (be uso of your 'truly valuable Pain Killer ; and if by seeing this, any _Aflfrer will be induced, as I was, tc give it a trial and be _Sealed, I shall b_^_cempensated a thousand fold. , In Jone, 1865 after a protracted illness of several months, I was severely attacked with drowsiness , ver-Ugo _^ dininess of sight, and loss _' of appetite, accompanied by fevlr, difficulty of breathing; etc. My physician pronounced my case pneumonia bordering on the first stage _oroonaumptionjand after exhausting his skill, declared positively that It had the consumption, that he could do riothlng _^ for me, and that I must die. However, he ad vised me to use * • * • as the best thing I could do, which I did with no effect, I then made we of * * * * * * which proved Ineffectua...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

IOIPOUTANT TO FEMALES DR. CHEESMAN'S PILLS, Prepared i>_y _Cofnelins L. _Cheeseman, M. D., NEW YORK CITY. rTIHE combination of ingredients in these JL Pills are tbe result of a long and extensive practice. They are mild in their operationand certain in correcting all irregularities, Painful Menstruations removing all obstructions, whether from cold or otherwise headache, pain in the side, palpitation of the heart , whitesall nervous affections, hysterics', fatigue, pain in the back and limbs&c., disturbed sleep, which arise from interruption of nature. TO MARRIED LADIES, Or. Cheeseman_'_s Pills are invaluable, as they will bring on the monthly period with regularity. Ladies who have been disappointed in tbe use of other. Pills can place the utmost confidence in Dr. Cheeseman's Pills doing all that they renresent to do. NOTICE There is one condition of the female system in which the PHU _cannel be taken tosthoul producing a PECULIAR RESULT, lhe condition referr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

BUEHLEK HOUSE. MARKET SQUARE, // HARRISBURGr, _PENNf_^ 1 GEol _f _BOLTON, _PBOPJEUETpB. _^ \ ' tpA KOThe abovo well known and long _^ er taollshed Hctel Is now-undergoing a _thorough renovationand being ' in a ureatdegreo newly fufinisbed, under the proprietorship ot Mr Gkorgb J. boltos, who has been an inmate of ihe _uou_=e t"r tbe last tnree years, and is Well known to its guests. ¦lhiukfui for tbe- liberal patronage which it has entoved, I checrfulycommend Mr. BoltoiT_^o the publis Lvor. fjcSoAwtfl_"1 _WILLIAVI BUEHLEK. v. _^TBRtVATE _SAEE, _^_s _^ VT7ITH IMMEDIATE POSSESSION, the VV lot in Walnut street adjoining property oi, J. S. Stehlcy, £ q., nearly opposite the fctate _^Capital Hotel, I twenty-eigbt feet six inches In front on _WtiUuit.strcet, njndlnehunclredanUloiirleetdeep, taid propertyha» MBit erected two comfortable houses witb front office — _flRfluire of tbe undersigned for _particulars while iu town, IPf _ft »•; Ett fr ' **•» Attbrne,-a«rUw, gjgg_^_jgg; _Barriso...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

_fflxstdlantam SANFORD'S I LIVER IN VIGOR A TOR NBY-BB DEBILITATES. IT is compounded entirely from Gums and has become an established tact, a Standard liedl _' - cine, known and _approvoa _jy; by all that have used it and is now resorted to Pg with confidence in all the diseases for which it is re- O commended. It has cured thousands _b within the last two years who had given up all hopes _^ of relief, as the numerous unsolicited certificates in _^f my possession show. The dose must be adapt- _^ ed to the temperament of the individual taking it_,and Q used in such quamitks aa, to act gently on the bowels. ZC Let the dictates Of your © judgment guide you in th • use or the 1IVEKINVIGO- W RA'IOR, and it will cure UVKR _COKPLAIXTB , BlLUOUS > AlTACKS, _DTSPKPSU _.ChsOHI0DlARRHOBA,STOJlKRCoil-ta _FUUWI8, _DraiiTIKST, DbOFst Sora _SxpMACH , Habit- J_3 ual _Coanvansa, Cbouo, CBOLCBA _MOMOT, CfeOUoU" lOTAHTO TI,FLATdtB!rc_* Jatodicb, Fbuu Weak- nesses, and may be used succes...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

Catabbh ! Catabbh !! Catabrh ! 1.! —What is it? Bow Cured? Ih6afand3,_ofpersonfr _' auffer aK sorts of annoyance from Catarih. Host people know what its inconvenience and results areyet bu< few know how it can be cured. It is slmtly a chronic irritation, aud. often enlargement_' of _lollicks and consequout tbickeningpf tho mucous membrane, lining the nasal cavitie?frontal sinus«s, andsometime3 extending into the throat and lungs] obstructed nose, or a profuse loss of mucuj, loss of smell, nasal _voino; and often impaired hearing and taste., _^ The old-school remedies have never been able to do anything for it. Na_*al injections and inhalatlous are as painful and _expensive as they are generally worthless — Vet _HciTPEREY'_a _Catakhb _sptonc, a simple Su_^ar Pin, taken two or thrco times per _diy, promptly cures the milder cases; cures at once all colds in the headand radica'ly cures, by persevering use, the most obstinate case«aa is proved by the experience of hundred*. Pri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

SOfER'S SULTAN ANA'S SAUCE For Hot and? Cold Dishes of all Kinds. " ¦_V_^ -^^N_._i_^ 'ThiB most delicion8 and / _^ _^flB \ apoetising Sauce, invented by th / _^^^L \ re nowned "Soter," for tiie Lon-/ . _^M_*M., \. don _Rerorro Clubissince, his I _^^_B>^[ \ ;deceasemanufactured by tbe I_^i i iW^> 'w'i_^ _| well-known bouse of _Ceossb & {aM|^B|SH_^. I Blackwkll, L>)ndon_, from tho HbB|^^^^HHH I o riginal recipe. It Is tho favorite E9H_^H_^^^^_BJ Sauce in England, and on tbe ¦ _^H _HHH Continent, witn a high andgrow-T_^_I_^_m _ImP ing reputat on among American v_9_^ @l nHHr Epicuresand is much approved _^_t II I\S ' °f "Sa stimulant to the appetite _^jL_^Jr and aid to digestion. OPINIONS OP THB L.ONDUN PRBSS. "Wexecommend our_^corrcspbndent.to try _Moxs. Soybr_'s new - SauceeoUtled the 'Sultana's _Saude . 'Itls made after the Turklsb_'recipe ; it* flavori to. excellent, and it affords considerable aid in cases of. slow and weak digestion."—lhe Lancet. '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

Bwod Food! Blood Food! 1—We have _varledreellngs in _reading the advertisement of Dr. B .ronpo ' n'_s_^olood Food,'in another column; but we think:gra i_> fioation predominates; forthough we regret to see so oeleWWed a man _oomlng forward, even in appearanoe, under -the same flag as quacks,—that isby resorting to advertising,—yet we take satisfaction also in' knowing that there Is now a reliable preparation before tho peo pie-for that , most melancholy and fatal disease—Conumption and other organio _oomplilnta. Dr. Bronson is a lecturer in our Med cal Colleges, and Bis success Id his speciality has been so wonderful that he has _consented, at variance- with the prejudices of ever*'regular practitioner, to make it known, as he is doitfg. tor the brnefit of suffering humanity. He has secured for agents, however, a firm whose respecwbility feeparates-entirely his _preparations frdm'1 all tinge' of quackery. Messrs. Church k ; Dupont are his sole managers, as they are also lor ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

To the Be-Unigged and Poisoned _Citozens . OF JfEN_^SYLVANlA. , _, You are overrun with ia*deluge of the vilest compounds in tbe Cctta- of "Alcoholic Drinks" that ever emanated from that pest of society, the Liquor _Mixxr. They are sold -to you .<*8 a luxury, or they are dispensed to you as a Medicine, and in either case the effect is the _okme. * There is bat one way to escape, and that ia to useas a luxury or » medicamenta sale, and reliable stimulant, sold under stamp and sealwhich renders it oertain that it has not been tampered with. Such an article is CHARLES' LONDON CORDIAL GIN, which is distilled under inspection of the British Govern ment, is delicately flavored (unlike any. other Gin) witb some of the most valuable restoratives of the Vegetable Kingdom, and is bv far tbe most he ltby beverage extant Tbk host ehisknt physicians of Kuropa _ssd aiubica not only recommend 'its use by the bale .and. hearty, but prescribe it as a mediolne whore a stimulant is required. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

Hbamh _aM) Pobx Blood abb Lnsbfabablb. Recollect tuat all sickness arises from impurity of the blood, and that Judsbn_'s Mountain Herb Pills will as sure.y flud oat and cleanse these impurities from tbe system, that disease onnnot exist. So simple and innocent are the herb aod plants tbat compose them, that it ia not necessary to have them sugar coa edin order that the " stomach can bear them. In most cases, Pills are sugar poated because the material* of which they are made are so griping and malignant, that otherwise a delicate s>omach could sot bear them. - These Pills deal with disease as ilia, and will not only cure>by removing the cau-e , but will build ' op ' and restore-the broken constitution. There are many who have so trifled with their constitutions tbat they thiak medicin_»4_ftuinot help them; let not even these despair; incredulity and scepticism is overthrown by a mass of testimony which 13 truly irresLstable. At flrsi tbe virtue as cribed to these MOU...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

[From the _Chrlstiaa Advu_«_ii« & Journal, (New York,) Augusts,'69.J Ths _Hotjsekkepee ' _b Feiknd.—Spaidino ' s _Pjqka8b> Gldb.—small conveniences for general family _usejn>6 wen of more value than what are called "great _ioyenflrms." It-is estimated that in the _United States there are at least five millions ot _hoosebol isin all of which the annoyance of _squeaking, rickety chairs, sofas, table*,, ejc., _isjconstantly experienced, and so long as furniture is in this condition there is al_*ajB danger of a "smash-up.'1 The _vzperlence or the city housekeeper, with May-d+y _bt fore her _eyos, will readily suggest the va'iUf and conveni _nco.of a really trustworthy prepared glae,i tfiat can be easily brought in requisition where repairs to furniture and other household _war&a . are needful. Tiie_^want of such an article Is as constant and universal as tbejamily, and hitherto it has been a want _unsupplied. This, however, can be truly _saii no longer. S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

g_^Oi and Yor_^NQ indiscriminately usii.g Prof. Wood's Hair._KestoraUve; spmo as a cosmetic or beautifler of the complexion, some to prevent the hair fulling, some as a mere dressing of the hair, andojhers to: make it grow and to change gray hair, to its original color; and there is.no doubt of its answering all the purr poses for which it was designed by it3.Uluitriuus inventor. ..,;-. ; . ¦ - i .-:.- ... •. -.- , .- _¦ ^>i u .>,<*:¦;; ¦ •. We aro nltorly _averso to incurring editorial responsibility in trifling matters, but as we deem it no trifling matter to have tbe bair onoue'_s head (when prematurely fullh'g off) actually and permanently restored, so neither do we consider it unworthy the editorial profession to recommend a Hair-Jiesjorative that. ..will effect this very thing. Wood's celebrated "Hair Restorative " , _fajhe article- we have in view, and if the _certlnpates of iu moat distinguished men in tho country are entitled to _orslense then is this...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

AMEY & _LEMEKV GALLERY , IS THE PLACE TO _,_£S - P HO TO GRAPHS, EITHER PLAIN OR COLORED, OF ANY PIZS, AT VERY LOW PEIOES.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

wi'js i_^wioai u«wiQa-Li _i . BATOBELQE'S _WIG8 ANu _TUUPEKS surpass all. They * freeiegtaii,Ulght;ea«y«nddurable. ' ••¦" r % "" FittUw K>s»;CbArm-f-i»o, :Uinilng _npi.b»blnft_£-OQ>s1innk> nl off the head: indeed, thisis tllft only' _BstibBsbmeril twliere _VWftdTUatt^^ _li_^pej_^wkfimttood and made. 16 Bond street. New York. marl_24*wly

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