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

MiBtmaatatts ;^^Parasols & Umbrellas, 6J. MARKET SQUARE, 6*. HAEElSBURtf. rpHE subscriber respectfully informs the I . public that he has established a manufectory or UMBRELLAS. PARASOLS, WALKING CANBS AND RIDING WHIPS, at the above address. After many years' B._TperitiQ£e _Jnthfr business as a practical man ha can with c6offlSncgBC3e "thaT onlere for any or the above mentioned gtbds intrusted to hhn will meet With such attention as will give satisfaction to his patrons. ' Fancy _Good_£ repalrea to always on hand, (As well as what he produces himself.) , Philadelphia ,, Hew York, English , French syi_£L-German Goods. ¦ t> .... M. H. LEE, Proprietor. N. B.—PartteumftovV prompt attention given to the repairing and covering of-Umbrellas and Parasols. un4-dly ¦ -.. . •

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

BEAD! BEAD! rpHE following Daily Paper* oan always J. be had at BBRGNBR'_8 Cheap book Store, by the single copyor when persons desire it we will serve any or all of them at tneir residences, pack and sead by mallor forward by railroad to agents «n > the various small towns in the vicinity of Harriaburg. The Ledger, News, Forney's Press, Evening Bulletin, Daily Telegraph, Baltimore San, « Clipper New York Herald, Tribune, Tunes* Harrisburg, 1889

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

NEW BOOKS. DAVENPORT DtJNN_, by _Chaa. Lever—complett-in 1 vol. -IMoe_^_Oota. THE HARP OF 1000 STRINGS, by S. P. /ery—•numerously Jllusttated. Price %\ 26. THE CHESS PLAYER'S INSTRUCTOR, or Guide to Beginners, by Charles H. Stanley.— Price 88cte. A _NEtlDOTIS OF LOVE, by Lola Montea.— Price $1 00. THE PILLAR OF FIRE, or Israel in Bondage, by Rev. J. H. _Ingrabam, author of the "Prince of the _HouBe of David." TRIAL OF DANIEL E. 8ICKLES, for Bhoofcing P. B. Key . at Washington—iUostrated by _nameroos engraringB. Price 26ct8. Foi sale at BERGNER'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE, 61 Market street.

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

ESTABLISHED 18O7 CELEBRATED AND BELIABLE PAHBTTS, C0IOB8. _ZDfCS, WHITE LEADS, and VAENISilES, may be obtained from the Principal' DRUGGISTS and Paint Sealers throughout the United States, Canadas and West Indies or of the _Manufacturer D.F,TIBMANN&CO.f 128 William Street, MEW YORK. French liquid Dryer, Chrome Greens, French _Zine Whites, American auo Whites, Soluble Wash Blue.tor Laundry Purposes. Prussian Blues, _Yermillions, Chrome YeUow, Colors in Water, 'Blacks, Chinese, Yellows and _Yermlllions, ParU Greon, Permanent Emerale Greens lor Blinds, and a genoral stock of Paints both dry and ground in Oil 128 William Street, New York. ]un2T-d6m

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

FISHING TACKLE! FISHING TACKLE! FISHING TACKLE! OANESi _CANESll 0_ANES11! OANES! CANESl! GXNE3U! CANE SI _OANBSH_0A KES1J AT _^ AT " _. AT AT AT -i AT AT AT AT _, ' KELLER'S I KELLER'S I! KELLER'S! 1 ] KELLER'S I SELLER'S M _?afiLLER'S! I! KELLER'S! KELLER' S!! KELLER'S! 11 91 91 91 91 91 91 91 91 91 Market SU Market'St, Market Sd..

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

«IJLKfc>. A Large lot of superior makes of Black Bilks—warranted. . _fAjior _BUia, «vmi _pwes, * njUMaaxa, " DOUBLB FtOPKOED _BUXB. Very cheap, and a good variety of styles. * .% W.A- CATHCARi,

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

SUPERIOR COLOGNS at - HEFFLER'S, Fourth aad »ara"et gts. BURNISTT'S _COQOAIN at l_/SFFLER' _, fourth and Mw)e tSia

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

The ticket nominated by the Convention on Monday needs no comment on our part. It is enough for us to_^know that it is the weakest that they could have possibly nominated. With one or two exceptions, none of the candidates are fit for the stations for which they are named.— But apart from this, the resolutions are such as to drive the whole anti_;Lecompton force from their support. We are sorry that the Convention thus followed the blind behests and obeyed the command given them from Washington so eagerly. The proceedings of the Con vention are condemned by the largest portion of the party in town, and our friends can rely upon an increased majority for the People's _lfofcet in old Dauphin. We append the resolutions: ._Brtototf, That the Democracy J^^^uphin county Te_^_assert their unfalterlng_^davolion to th e'Federal Union and the _Constitution which gave it existence, pledging themeelvea, once more, to maintain the Constitutional rights of all the States and their perfect equ...

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

THE DEMOCRATIC CONVEN TION. 'We _publish to-day the resolutions adopted by thia body yesterday, from which it will be _observed that the leaders i Q _$_k _cifcnty iiiU adhere to Mr. Buchanan , anct thai they shout _hosannas to all the tyrannical acts and extravagant measures _adopted by his Administration. _Nothing flfte _y» _? expected from a body of delegates controlled entirely by a few leaders about town, We are glad that they have had _Ijhe _niauHnesa to express themselves so beldlyon the subject. The Administration of Gov. Packer was not noticed at all in the resolutions. The Governor was not only passed by in contemptuous silence in the resolutions, but was grossly villified by One of the substituted delegates of this tOWn> [/,, ": ¦ A lively fiine was anticipated, from the fact that several contested seats were in cintraversv; but the crowd who had as-•embied'in the room soon discovered that "/air ' p2_atf', was a stranger to the Convention, and that the min...

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

News From Washington. i.v ¦ _t Washiijgxoh, August 23. The administration has bestowed upon the subject of the African slave trade its earnest attention, and with a view of suppressing, as far as possible, this traffic, has initiated measures more efficient and extensive than ever before for that purpose. The Squadron for the coast of Africa, as arranged by the Secretary of the Navy7will consist of the following named vessels: The steamers Mystic, Sumpter, Sanjacinto, and Mohican, and the sloops of-war Oonstellation,the flag-Bhips Portsmouth, Marion and Yincennes. The most efficient officers are designated to their, command. Those of the steamers Mystic and Sumpter are respectively Lieut. W. E. Leroy and Lieut. J. A. Armstrong. -These gentlemen were, at their own request, ordered to this service. Their vessels being of light draft, can penetrate waters too shallow for those which have heretofore been on that coast; besides having the advantage of _Bteam. _Jlence slavers will be ...

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

_executive DAUPHIN COUNTY AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY! ijaxi _committee ot tins Society JL have appointed the _iollowing officers for the Exhibiiion of _WEDNESDAT, Sept. »l*t, THURSDAY, Sept. _«JJdi Friday Sept. _«3d , 1850; Superintendent and Chief Marthal; , • Gbn. E. C. WUXIAMS. OommitUe cf _ArratigmaUi and Aid» to _M&rsKal. —Maj. David _Mraow, Jr., _Messrs. Wmuia _Kbpnbr, Jacob C. Bombkrgkr and Benjamin G. _Peixrs. The above Officers are charged with tbe reception and allotnient of space and position tor all! articles intended for exhibition, and with the good order of visitors and exhibitors. ¦ *?-. '¦ ¦ ..,.-, Assiitant Seeretary • ,_* .-..,.:, . _TVILI.IAM D. B0A8_jl Whose office for busincs« will b&-&U]ie-KK>Bia>»«(*M ¦SBtS_^_JctGtTT aarona _ih_^ _tiriiffBe \yalnut, Harrisborg, where premiums lists and list of Judges will be furnished, entries made and other business of _tho Society transacted On and after the 1st of September, until th...

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

" JENKS'" OPINION OP BARE M'CALMONT, BLACK, &c. "Occasional ,'' the Washington correspondent of the Philadelphia _JPress _, has accidentally come into possession of a letter written by " Jenks," President Buohan an's " Jack Downing/' From it we glean the following paragraphs of looal interest: " Dug Wallach has gone off on a tour, and _intends writing for his paper—the Star. I bare secured a valuable editor in his place, and you will see hereafter that the Star will be a furious advocate of your Administration. If you see Barr, of the I-ittabnrg Post, at the Springs, give him my best respects. His article in your favor was a great one, and although Cobb laughs at it, and Dudley Mann Is abusitigiteverywheret it was right that it should appear. " It will give yon pleasure to know that we have finally succeeded in convincing the country ttiat yon hod nothing whatever to. do with the Le Clerc and Hofer letters. _Appleton is very busy writing all over the country to1 tb4 effe...

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

The New York Herald published voluminous statements of the number of messages which passed over the Atlantic cable , which shows that from the 10th of August to the 18th of September, one _tiuoxred and twenty-nine' messages were sent front Yalentia to New Foundland , while the number sent from New Foundland to Valentia, during the same time , was one hundred and seventy-one. The total four* hundred, both ways. This statement is verified on oath before R. B. Campbell, U. S. Consul «>¦ T.nndQQ_, --_»- "" MRS. WINSLOw, An experienced nurse and female physician, has a Soothing Syrup for children'teething, which greatly facilitates the process of teething by softening the gums, reducing _«U inflammation—will allay all painand Ig sure to regulate the bowels. Depend upon it mothers, it will give rest to yourselves, and relief and health to your infants. Perfectly safe in all cases. See dvertisement in another column. aug4-d_*wly ¦ • i I—I _> ' ¦ — : ' Ant or ocr nuA-mtpa ...

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

MRS. WINSLOW An experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presen;, to thA attention of mothers, her SOOTHING SYRUP, For Children _Teething, which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by eoft ening tbe gums, reducing all inflammation—will allay AIL PAIN, and spasmodic action, and is SUBE TO REGULATE THE BOWEDS. Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves , ANB-, RELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS. We have pat up and sold this, article for over ten years and cu» sayw ota- • nbJErac ami truth, wtui we have never been able a, to say of any other me a cine-N EVER HAS IT _LJ FAILED, IN A SING LK 1_N STANCE TO EFFECT A*3 CUREwnen timely u_*ed. Never did we know an ln-pj tUnceof dlssatisJaction by any one who used it. On _±. _Oie contrary, all are de lighted with its operations, *" and speak in terms of highest _oomn.endaUon or00 its magical effects _nnj medical virtues. We speak in this nuttter 'what wg do raow, falter ten years' ,4, experience, axd plki-gk OUR _B...

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

The Chairman of the late County Convention, John P. Rutherford, has appointed the following County Committee Jacob D. Hoffuan, Chairman. '-. fifarrlsbarg—Alfred Slentz, Joseph F. _Knlpe, mm-,Oolder, Jr., and JoBhua Wiestling. Lykens—Hilary Schreiner. Qratz—Daniel Lehr. Mifflin—Benj. _^ordner. Washington—Benj. E. Buffington. > Wlconiaco—Jacob' P. Hoffman. Upper Pffltton—O.J-Beigle. MUleftburgfe_^Pr. Qeo. B. Wefeer. .JefiRirson—Jonathan Euterline. Jackson—-Dr. J. Nunemacher. Haliftx-Charles 0. Meredith. Middle Paxton—George _Kinfer. Dauphin—Augustas.Garverlch. • Su»quehanna—Gol. A _Fisler. / Swatara—Michael A. _Frantis. :: _Iiower _Sf atara—E. C. Jordan. ,. Jtlddlefown—Dr. John Bingland, John E. Carmony and E. M'Creary. Londonderry—Samuel Keiper. ¦_WeB tLqndpnderry—-Joseph H. _Landis. Conewago-r-Jo8eph Qlark. Derry—Dr. Jacob Shope. " East Hanover—Amos Early_, ¦^^^ano ver—John H. _BackenstoBS. jJdatklanoyer-Jo_8l;>bFirMter, ¦ ^•^ Lowev Paxton—-Thos. Strohm. Eeed—Christi...

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

SHORTEST TIME AND MOST RELIABIiE ROUTE TO HEW YORK XSf VIA THE PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL R. B, AMD _CAMDKTS JLSM> AMBOY, OR SEW BBUNS"WICK R. R. _, .,.. , FABE ~ _$4.80 • . - ,,_; ,-OMNIBTJS FABE THROUGH _^ PHILADEL PHIA _INCLUDEarT. PASSENGERS leaving Hftrrisbnrg via Pennsylvania Central R. B., arrive in Mew fork as follows, viz: LEAVING HARBKBORG by FAST LINE at 2.304.x., arrive In New York at 1 20 r. m. LEAVING HABBtSBURG by EXPRESS TRAIN at 6.06 a.m. arrive in New York at 8.10 r. _x.. LEAVING HARRISBURG by MAIL TRAIN at MOP. u., arrive In New York it 10.00 p. x. _^^TRAINS by,_^hi» route make close connections at Philadelphia. - PASSENGERS privileged to STOP in Philadelphia and resume their journey at pleasure. A.L.R0UMF0BT, Sup't. East. IHv. Pehn'a. R. R. 1RVIN J. CRANE, Ticket Agent anclO-dtf-rd-anirt8

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

•AROCHIAL SCHOOL! THIRD AND CHESTNUT STREETS, ¦ HAKBI8BDBG , PA. CYRUS T. MAYS; A.M., Principal - _, SCHO(»_N COMMITTEE: B.V_*. _KMKKET_^_Vy #' _j . D. W. GRO39 _. 1 A. J. Tbeik _, ¦ _™' • _qtoeok Z_»n, _GEORQK P. _WnBTLlNQ. MALE and FEMALE Pupils of the a?_e _^of nine years and upwards received on apphcati _u to auy cf the committee. •The School Year Is divided into Two Terms, viz :-Ftrst Tferm—From the first Monday of _SeutemUr to _tL_. second Monday of February. SecondTenn—^From the second Monday or Fobruarv _tc the second Monday in July. Prices per Verm, without any extra charges whauw. ftotClass $16 I Third ClassV: .si- . . _Second OlMRft *li I -n_^. -w _*_%. __ " -•_, _^_SS n s *M Fourth Class _H<> The fall terni of this _losUtute will commence «:th :-first M_« nday of September , 1869. It has met with encouraging success during tin-: _> time it has been established, for which thecomniitt. _• i »¦< leave to return their sincere thanks, ¦ . n...

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

SANFORD'S PAMfLY CATHARTIC PILLS 00MP0UNDB_3) FROM !OBE VEGETABLE _EXTBACTS, Am) PUT rUP I» QLS8S _CASES. AIB TIGHT; AND WILL KEEP IN ANY CLIMATE. The FAMILY CATfiAB-J^; (TJC PILL is a gentle bu active Catbarlio which the 03 proprietor hat used in his practice niorothan twenty J years. The constantly Increas " _inx demand from those wlw have long used the PILLS M *nd tbe satiafiiction which all express in regard toM heir use, has induced m« to place them within the ft. reach of ail. The _Profession well know _~ tbatdiOerentCatharUcs net on different portions of the __N boweU. The FAMILY CATHaR-U TIC PILL has, with duo re ference to thte well _estab _W Itehed _fnct, been oompound«d from a variety of tht P| purest Vegetable Kxtructs, which act alike on every _^ part of the alimentary oanaland are pood and *nft*H In ail casee where a cathartic U needed, such ' a* _ul Derangments of Stomach _SUepinett, Pains in _tkt _^_+ Back and LoituCotlimru-Pain and Soreness over (h« m bodu,H...

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

r>R. P. J. _rg. GORGAS, DENTIST. m?_TlJ_¥_^ _^ FACVLTT 0F BAL_7IU0RK DrrT>Txf_^^ QF DE_^_TAL SURGERY. _«. UK1NG the months of November _Dti_* * x>*an?t?_Z!r '_£al _% lry and February. Or. GOKGAS. is_^ _mSLSSmSSSSSS allendiDS *** duucs" _" "*• All of the year, besides tho above named mouths Dr_* *«" oe found in his office In Harrisbur_* on Th'dfl street , nearly opposiw the _DaUy 'ixsxaRAsa ' _' Priniiil omce ¦ mar:«ijP_)l ATTENTION !~jf*_si\ ¦_VTEW GOODS still arriving at th JbSP JL_3| stand, No. 12, Northwestern side of Markt/_SSlPBI -Where the people are Invited to call and exainln/^_rm_. of goods wWch in elegauce, variety and eli- _'- ¥l will aery compeation, and cumprlsme/iM / I \ everything in tbe Grocery LmC) _TScet %\ CHINA AND _" _GLASf WARE, _^^_H IRON GAOTNGS~S&MSTi

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

SANFOJRD'S LIVER IN VIGORATOR NEVEB DEBILITATES. IT is compounded entirely from Gums, and has become an established tact, a Standard Medicine, known and approved_^ by all that have used it, and Is now resorted toiK with confidence in all thv diseases for which it is re- O commended. It has cured thousands[b within the last two yours who had given up all hopes *_L» of relief, as tho numerous unsolicited certificated in HI my possession show. The dose must be adapt [fij ed to tbe temperament of tbe Individual taking itand|Q used in such quantities as to act gently on the bowels. |3u - Let the dictates or your V9 judgment guide you lu the use of the 11VERINVIGO- _W RATORand it will cure _iJVhK Complaints, Biluotjs _^ Attacks, DxsrBreiA,CflKo.'(- _ioUiarrhoka_, SumkbrCom-W flauitsDtbkxtbrt, Propst Sour StoxacbHabit. Q oal _CoenvKrtss, Cnouc, Cbolkra MoRBuaCholkraI1 _^ IxfamtukFlatulknce, _Jaunoicb, Fkhaik Wkak- Nia8ia,and may be used successfully as on Orbina- _Qg rt Family _Mkdic...

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