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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

JOSEPH CASE?. ' _&> ' J 9_ns W* BROWN. CASEY & ¦ ¦BROW, ATTOENEYS-AT-LAW H ARE.18B UR (J , PENN 'A . HAYING associated together in the practice of; the Law, will attend faithfully and promptly to all professional business entrusted to theii care. - , ¦ Office In Third street three doors from Market N. B. CoBSUitatiohs in _Bnelish and German.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

ENTERPRISE AtfD _LIGHTNING LINES. _N V vv brings the N. _f. DAILY HERALD , _ovlLRRFNK ' 'mss Bnd SON » to narrlsburg, »t one bvU_£_« ?' and_»8diatrlbu_)edupiapUitttalttrwaW •_JJK_^Pl "W1_"16 _"- Subscribers _wlH be regularl «wv_«d with them, by leaving their addrcsa at mv5 BtiRQNKR'_^ _CHKAJP BOOKSTORE, - "y_^8 . - 61 Marketatreet.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

AMEY & LEMEll_\ _^Ahuanx_, IS THB PLACE TO _B& PHOTOGRAPHSa EITHER PLAIN OR COLORED, AT VEEtTow _' PRIOES.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

§_mk _* HARRIBBURG Friday Afternoon, August 3,1860. THE POSITION OF HENRY D. POSTER, The so-called Democratic candidate for Governor, is unenviable. He is claimed by both factions as the representative of their peculiar tenets. The dough-faces, or ultra pro-slavery secessionists, rallying around the standard of Breokinridgb and Lane insist that Mr. Foster is in their confidence—that he approves of their positions, and if he is elected, that he will use the influence which his triumph will confer on him and his friends, to secure the State of Pennsylvania for the secession candidates. On the other side of these broken ranks, the non-interventionists as confidently claim Mr. FOSTER. He is the very beau ideal of popular sovereignty—the neplus ultra of what is consistent, frank, fearless and straig ht-forward. Between these two extremes Henry D. Foster is compelled to stand in silence. The leaders of both faotions avow an attachment for him, while both have published to the worl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

Clippings from our Exchanges Mechanics fob Sale.—In a Georgia paper we find the following buBineBS advertisement by "W. G. Pennymaker, 40 Canal Btreet, Savannah, Georgia." "The subscriber has on hand two excellent carpenters, three blacksmith, and one wheelwright, all excellent mechanic* in their respective lines, young, strong and healthy, of quiet and peaceable dispositions, and several of them quite pious, all of which he will dispose of at moderafe rates. Persons in want of mechanics are invited to call and examine as they are all desirable workmen." This reminds us of an incident which happened hi Tennessee, a few years ago. A northern car penter seeking his fortune West, was told on board an Ohio boat that a gentleman , a mile or two from"a landing on the riverwas very desirous for a carpenterand he doubtless could obtain, from him constant employment and good wages. Our mechanic at once presented himself, saying that he had been directed to the gentleman, as being in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

WASHINGTON HOUSE CAFE I8LAHD, N. J. npHIS HOUSE, _situated near the ocean, and on one of Uw public streets of the city, la or»D ...» reO8 PUo& of summer visitors, at an average _rit. of $8 par week. _PiS1 /* ¦ tal>UD _K attached to the premises. jy22-d2w 8. _» WOOLS!AN Valuable Building Lots for Sale, rflHE HARRISBLTRG BUILDING ASSOJL CIATION offers for sale on easy terms and at yen low prices, valuable building lots situated on Ridge _RjjJ Third and Combarland _streets and Watt avenue. _M terms apply to l. _r. MBTZGER Central Insurance office, ¦¦¦ ¦ ... ROBT. L. _MUENCH_, _Jy3* No. If 0 Market _street "CWUR ACRES of valuable land, located JL m the Sixth ward of this city are offered for sa>- - _- reasonable terms. Enquire of, jy24-tf JOHN & WILLIAM SHANNON P EARTH FOR FILLING. BRSONS in want of earth for filling ;p vacant lotsstreets, or other purposes can lw _- commodated without charge Tor the material Send v _u: carts to new Round House or Pen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

No Pat no Pipbb.—This old maxiun was lately adopted by a newspaper in Lancaster county, this State. His subscribers beiDg much in arrears and holding back like whee horses, he stopped his paper, shut up shop, and sallied forth on a collecting tour. In a few weeks, having gathered together the rhino, he again opens shop, sets his press to work, and goes _^ pn his way rejoicing.—Sometimes the interior publishers issue no paper for a week, on account of a pressure of job work. It In quite common to issue only half a paper when thus engaged; so when a "little recreation" is needed, or a political convention is afoot. We confess this is very handy. THe "devil" is usually set to work in the potato patch. Man Beaten bt Indignant Females in Wiliiausburgh.—On Monday afternoon a number of children were at play in part of Schnatterbeck's brewery, in Remsen street Brooklyn, N. Y., when a man employed there came out and undertook to drive them away. They were tardy, when he struck several of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

THE "OLD GUARD" IN MOTION- A very large and spirited meeting was held at Columbia on Wednesday evening. Through but little effort had been made to procure a large attendance many persons were astonished at the immense concourse of people that came together, numbering from three to five thousand voters from the counties of Lancaster and York. The white and red roses blending most cordially and beautifully. A mon. ster train came from Lancaster, having among its delegation the Lancaster ''wide awakes" under the charge of 0- J. Dickey, Esq., and the delegation under the Marshalship of Gen. Bartram A. Sheaffer. Col. C. S. Kauffman presided at the meeting, and on taking the chair made an able address on the issues of the campaign, and earnestly commended our candidates, Lincoln, Hamlin and Curtin to the suffaages of the people of Lanoaste r and York, Speeches were then made by Hon. J os. Casey, of Harrisburg_, Geo. A. Coffey_, Esq., of Philadelphia and O. J. Dickey, Esq*_, of L...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

N O RTHERN CENTRAL R A ILW A Y I NOTICE! STEAMSHIP AT BALTIMORE. EXCURSION TICKETS WILL BE ISSUED PROM THIS STATION Good from Monday, August 6th, to Friday, August 11th, Inclusive. During which days the Steamship GREAT EASTERN will remain in Annapolis Roads. The Tickets will include Steamboat Fare and Admission to the Ship. STEAMERS WILL LEAVE BALTIMORE EVERY TWO HOURS for the _d_'reat Ship, affording visitors great facilities for visiting the Greatest Steamship in lhe world, and having a pleasant Sail on the Chesapeake Bay at a very low rate. TRAINS LEAVE HAKKISBUBG At 1.40 and 7.30 A. M., and 1.00 P. M. _, RETURNING, ARRIVE IN HARRISBURG At 1.00, 9.00 and 9.20 P. M. EXCURSIONISTS taking the train at 1.40 A. M., can visit; the GREAT EASTERN, have ssvebal iiodbs in _Baltimore, and return to Harrisburg by 9.20 P. M. the same day. Tickets for the round trip, $3 96, which admits visitors to the Great Ship, and includes fare for trip on the CHESPEAKE BAY. J0HN _" W. HALL, Agent....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

THEY PROTEST Thirty one out of the sixty delegates , which constituted the Democratic Convention, held here on Monday last, solemnly protest against the whole action of that body. They have issued the following circular, viz:— We, the undersigned, members of the Democratic Convention this day assembled, do most solemnly protest against the proceedings of that body, on account of their irregularity and the partiality of the President, and as governed by outside ruling: John J. Cram, Benjamin S. Duncan, George Snoop, John Enepley, Henry Beichert, Daniel Bicker A. W. Loomis, Hanson _Bottomstone , A. J. Shammo, Peter _Spotts, Philip Witman J. Andrews, William Kickard, Joseph H. Bowman, David Kolver Vincenz Oreinger R. H. Hummel, Washington _Caesel, A. W. Watson, Samuel Light, D. C. Keller, George Mayer, Edward B. Umberger, John Raymond, M. Bowerman J. S. Mackenson, Adam Hoffman, Jacob Heckert, W. K. Wi}sonj _« George Hammon. William Hellmin, Habbebuhg, July 31, I860.I Here is ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

MENS' FURNISHING GOODS A N D GOLDEN HILL SHIRTS, AT WHOLESALE. LARGE AND EXTENSIVE STOCK FOR THE F_./YTjXj TH_^LI>_EB , Of the latest and most desirable styles, imported and manufactured expressly for the approachine season 's sal*. C. B. HATCH & CO., |_g°403 BROADWAY ,,_^ (One door above the cor. of Walker St..) NEW YORK. Give notice to the Merchants in all sections of the Union that their stock of Mxns' Fubkisbino goods ahd Gounm Hill Shuts is now ready for exhibition, _comorisine a fall assortment-of ; * ,-; VWtOershiris and Drawers, Fall and Winter Glova Plain and _Jbncy ShirtsTies, Scarfs. Stocks, Sutpmders, Bal/Bose, Linen (Mars, Robes dt Ckambri. Traveling Shawls, Railway Mugs, Cardigan Jackets, Mufflers, dc\ Including many new and desirable articles ia this Hue not to be found in any similar establishment m this _cauntzv All Shirls made at the GOLDEN HILL SHIRT MANt FACTORY, bear on the back of _fctho Yoke the following Which is our trade mark for this...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

LADIES' CHOICE!! PATENT SELF-TESTING, SELF-SEALING , PBEMIUM AIR-TIGHT FRUIT CANS AND JARS PATENTED. ALL that is required after the fruit has been pat in hot, is simply to screw the cap _do_«s tightly. They can be opened by a single turn of the cover, atd the content* taken out in one-fourth the time _require by other Teasels. They show at all times the exact condition of tu fruit by simply looking at the top of tee cover; if ihe t3ffl gasket is concavethe Iruit is good; it _convex, ih» fr la going to spotlbut will always show Itself n unv \.> {, ' . , saved. For sale by WM. DOCK, Jr.sr. , WSl-dtf ETFl'H _ANNtJAC STATKMKN . OF TBS BUSUKSS OF TBS Commonwealth Insurance Company AT HAKRBBUBG, PA. JULY 1st, I860. Policies in force June 80th, 18S8. tt,906,9«6 _21 Fire policies Issued during year ending June 80,1800 1,610,106 91 Inland, do. do. do. 101,638 00 ——— —— $3,607,ctW _] Deduct terminated and canceled 2,l_?0.49_] n Balance in fore* Job* 80, i860to wit:— Fir. policies $...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

PENNSYLVANIA DYEING _ESTABLISHMENT. OFFICE, NO. 104 MARKET STREET HARRISBURG. r> O 33 GE & O O . ¦D ESPECTFULLY inform the Ladiea and JL\j Gentlemen of Harrisburg, and the publio generally, mat they have all toe machinery necessary for _DYKINO CLEANSING and FINISHINGin a most superior style and warranted to give satisfactionevery description o; Ladies' and Gentlemen's apparel, Ladies DressesCloaks ShawlsHandkerchief*), Pear ftBonnets, Ribbons, ic Dyed and Finished to look like new. SILK AND SILK DRESSES WATERED to look liVe the Imported article-Gentlemen'_a COATS, PANTALOONS and VESTS, DyeJ Cleaned and Finished in a most superior style. NO KIl - PING REQUIRED. CARPETS CLEANED, without injury to the fabricremoving all oil and stains, and _Impmrlci, colors. Merluo, Cashmere and other Shawls cleaned _iuj pressed. CRAPE 8_SAWLS bleached and finished m j style that cannot be surpassed. CounterpanesQuilts, Blankets and Ticks, cleaned in best manner, and at short noiice....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

MARKETS BT TELEGRAPH. Philadelphia, August 3. There is no demand for flour except for small lots for supply of the trade, and we continue yesterday's quotation, viz: $5 12_} for sound old 6tock, $5 25@$6 37$ for recently and fresh ground superfine, $5 44@$6 75 for extra and extra family, and $6@$6- 50 for fancy. The receipts are quite li ght, the inspections of the week amounting to only 5,836 bbls. Nothing doing in rye flour or corn meal—former held at $3 62_£, and the latter at $3 26 per bbl. Nbw York, _August 3. Flour finn--sales 11,500 bbls., at $5 10@5 16 for State; $5 30@5 40 for Ohio, and $5 00® 6 55 for Southern. Wheat firm—20,000 bushels sold at $1 26 for Bed Western; $1 30@ 1 36 for Southern. Corn firm—25,oOO bushels sold at 62c@62_£ for Mixed. Provisions unchanged. Whisky dull at 21c. Baltijiobk_, August 3. Flour firm—New Howard street and Ohio 560. Wheat active, Bed 123@133, and White 136@166. Corn active, Yellow 70@72; White 76@80. Previsions quiet but unchanged.— W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

PUBLIC SALS. WILL BE SOLD at Publio Sale, en SATURDAY EVENINGAugust 11th, I860at Morgan's Hotel, corner of. Fine and Second streets valuable LOT OF GROUND, situate in South street between Second and Third, on _which is erected a TWO _STOUf FRAME HOUSE, with a finished garret. The House is 13 feet 4 inches by 32 feet deep. For further Information enquire of jy31-dts_« GEO. PIPES. ¦ WE OFFEB TO CUSTOMERS A NEW LOT OP LADIES' PURSES of beautiful styles, substantially made. A splendid assortment of GENTLEMENS' WALLETS 1 A new and Elegant Perfume, KNIGHTS' TEMPLAR'S BOQUETI (Put up in Gut Glass Engraved Bottles.) A complete assortment of HANDKERCHIEF PERFUMES 1 Of THE BEST _MANUFACTURE. A very Handsome Variety of POWDER PUFF BOXES 1 KELLER'S DRUG STORE, Jy30 91 Market Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

FOR RENT. A TWO-STORY FRAME HOUSE in Market street between Fourth and Fifth. Poms* sion given immediately. Apply to 0. 0. ZIMMERMAN aal-dtr No. 38 South Second Street. 0. 0. ZIMMERMAN, STOCK & EXCHANGE BROKER. NO. 28 SOUTH SECOND STREET. aul-dtf NOTICE. A PATENT BEDSTEAD remaining in the Adams' Express officeaddressed to D. Gahman_, Harrisburg, Pa., from Decatur, 111., will be sold at auction to pay charges, unless the same ia called for within thirty days. E. G. HESTON, Agent_, augl-dlm fTlHE CORNER STONE OP THE BAPJL TIST 0HURCH AT TREVBRTON will be laid on THURSDAY, the 9th hist., at 3 o'clock P. M. The Rev. Mesire. 1. Wheaton Smith, of Philadelphia, 3. G. Miles, of HarrisburgS. H. Minicbof Lewlaburg, and A. 1. Hay, of Northumberlandand others, will be present and take part in the ceremonies. A train on the Trevorton Railroad will connect with Northern Central trains each way on that day and morning. al-d8t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

Ntw Otivtrtistmtr&B GENERAL ORDERS No.l. _IlKJD Quartkbs, 6th Dnr. _Pww. Vol. ) Harrisburg, August 1, 1860. j TO THE VOLUNTEERS OF PENNSYLVANIA AND CONTERMINOUS STATES: I. The difflcDltyofextendiDginvitationsloall Volunteer Companies, and the possibility of ommisions to the deserving, prompts this general notice to Volunteeis in and out ot the State, that all will receive a cordial welcome and the hospitalities of tnegeneroust inilitaryand citixens of York Pa., at Camp Patterson, to be hel'l from the 31 to the 8th of SEPTEMBER, I860. II. All companies will report to Brigadier General A. Hlestand _Giatz, York, Paat an early date, to Insure a proper receptten and have quarters assigned them In camp. IK. The Companies, Battalions and Regiments will arrive ' at an early date and simultaneously, to that the duties of the camp n.ay not be disturbed or interrupted. IUI. Hon. John B. Floyd, Secretary oC War, Lieut den. Winfietd Saott, Got. Wm. F. Packer, Gov Thomas H. Hicksand...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 3 August 1860

SOYER'S SULTANANA'S SAUCE _^ For Hot and Cold Dishes of all Kinds " . This most delicioujg and appetising Sauceinvented by th renowned "Sotkb_," for the London _BeTorm ClubIssince his deceasemanufactured by the well-known house of Ceossk & Blackwkll _, London, from the original recipe. It is the favorite Sauce in England, and on the Continent, with a high and grow ing repatatkm among American Epicures; and is much approved of as a stimulant to the appetite and aid to digestion, kwv. OPINIONS OF THE LONDON PRESS. 1'We recommend our correspondent to try Mods. Boris's new Sauceentitled the 'Sultana's Sauce' It is made after the Turkish recipe ; its flavor is excellent and it affords _considerable aid in cases of slow and weal digestion, "—lhe Lancet. "Savory, Piquant, and Spicy, worthy the genius of Soyer."— Observer. "A most valuable adjunct to FishFleshand Fowl, and should have a place on every _tible. " Atlas. Sole Agents for the United States. GARDNER C. YUEUN217 Fu...

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