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

North Carolina Election. Salkioh, N. C, Aug. 3. The returns of the election for Governor in this city held yesterday, are as follows: John W. Ellis, Dem., 193 ; John Pool, Opp., 626.— For State Senator : Thompson, Dem., 173 ; Bledsoe, Opp., 552. Unofficial _returns from nine precincts indicate that the Opposition have crrried Wake county, which has heretofore been largely Democratic. Wilmington, August3.—Thereturna received, which are nearly all official, show that EUis, Democrat, for Governor, has gained 34 over the vote given for Buchanan in 1856. In the town of New Hanover the vote is close. In seven of the precincts out of town Ellis, Democrat, gains 54 over the vote given for Fillmore. The Democratic legislative ticket is elected.

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

DB3BUBSEMBNTS. Losses paid $38,876 11 Commissions and fees to agents 3,415 S'i Re-iosnrance 048 76 Canceled policies 3,210 60 Salaries paid 2,887 62 License and taxes paid... 1,324 08 Home and agents expense account, traveling, advertising, office rent, printing, stationery, Ac, io 6,880 39 Profit and loss account 747 29 $_4G,9 yj 6 Chartered capital $300,000 j. Capital stock paid np and _secured 1 Oo _. ooo a Gash on bandin bank, and ia tbe bands of agents and others 4,242 i. Bills receivablecollecting, stocks, mortgages and other asset*.... 30,012 ; S. S. CARRIER. jy26-2w Secretary.

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

Only Two out ofFour.—TheBreckinridge organ of yesterday morning only supports two of the four candidates nominated by the Democratic Convention held here on Monday. Messrs. Hummel and U u_^bav'he candidates for Recorder ' and j_^9 Y j are left out in the cold. _jS _oRv_^_yj Ae two latter-we for Dougth_^_mfe treatment. THE HOMESTEAD LAW. John C. Beeckinridge and Gen. Joseph Lane are both the uncompromising opponents of a Homestead Law. The are opposed to giving the free territory of the nation to its free citizens.— They are opposed to the white man building his hearth on any of the territories of this country, unless he erect with it an altar dedicated to slavery. They are opposed to the white man occupying the soil that was purchased by the blood of his ancestors. John C. BEEOKINRIDGE gave the casting vote against the Homestead bill during the last session of Congress. Joseph Lane labored with all the ability he possesses (which can be calculated with a decimal) to assist i...

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

Hon. D. S. Dickinson in Baltimore. Baltimore, August 3. Hon. D. S. Dickinson arrived here last night en route for Washington. He was serenaded at a late hoar by the Zouaves' band, which was engaged for the occasion by his political friends. Mr. Dickinson made a speech endorsing the nomination of Breckinridge and Lane. Those who supported Douglas, he _Baid, would aid the success of Lincoln. The Chicago Zouaves are enjoying themselves and receiving many attentions.

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

_^_T _wl _nHniSr ti x» _vt:-vt > .' ¦ 1 _TTC3S_® _i _wciatdd toother in thl the people. The leaders may harmonize, but the discriminating portion of the people never will unite. And this question belongs entirely to these same leaders.— The people have nothing "to do with it.— They have discovered long since in the silence of Henry D. Foster, that a fraud is being concocted, and to avoid this, as well as to secure to Pennsylvania once more the blessingt of a fair and liberal State administration, they will vote for Andrew G. Curtin. They will vote for a man who has not merely the ability, but the courrge, to place himself on the record—to place in himself there, too, in unmistakable terms so far not only as concerns an acceptable policy of government for Pennsylvania, but a policy that will commend respect as well in the South as in the North—a policy alike affecting labor and capital, the equalising of both by extending the influence of each. Such is the differen...

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

The Troubles on the Texas Erontler. Washington, August 3. An official despatch represents everything as quiet on the Texan frontier. Even rumors as to Cortinas or his men or of robbers have ceased. It is not thought necessary to expose to the disease incident to that region at this season more troops than may be actually necessary.

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

_IO_^_LZ1._0_^._XlNrS In LAWNS, CALICOS, at 6_# cents. BALZARINES, at 12_#, LAVHIXAS, at12 V DELAINES, at 12)$, CONTINENTAL PLA1BS, 12* ™ iHB8ftg' ' """^ Andothergoods at very low prices for Uw quality of the goods. OATHCABT h BROTHER, * ap27 iced Front Store , Market square

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

Satet Jtrg Cdtgraalr SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO THB DAILY TELEGRAPH

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

RECEIPTS Premiums received $81,119 00 Interest and salvage received.. 1,213 24 do do due 260 00

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

*^ic7THis. -All the late daily and weekly Fdnhuu or a FiEMAN.-The funeral of Mr. Pelan, whose death by a railroad accident on Wednesday night we have already announced, took place this afternoon, and was attended by a number of the Firemen of the city. The deceased was a member of the Citizen company, and highly esteemed by all his associates. — »>> Violating an Obdinahck.—Mrs. Nass, corner of Mulberry street and Raspberry alley, was arrested this mornin g by the Chief of Police, charged before the Mayor, with violating an Ordinance in reference to nuisances. The offence consisted in throwing the excrement, &c., from a hog pen and cow stable, into Raspberry alley. A hearing of the ca9e was fixed for _tVivM n'rinnV this afternoon. Papers Magazines, cneip _puunuuuuuo _»uu ^~ looks! are for sale at Bergner _^ _s Cheap Book store, No. 61 Market street. Sals or Cm _PBOMtKTT.-Some valuable city property, _located at the corner of Front and Locast streets, wil...

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

CARLISLE rpHE CARLISLE JL WHITE SULPHUR WHITE -SULPHUR SPRINGS, situated in Cumberlana county, Pa.at the SPRINGS base of the Blue Mountain, CUXBBBLAND COUNTY, PA. those who appreciate grand ACCOMMODATIONS FOR _^_T_^iJSSm 'TSS _1ftn large and well ventiUated a** u_« roomsgood society and a Ta-rim T good table. The waters of XermS L.OW.lhe CaruBio springs are FOR highly impregnated with stRntiflTii minerals and are superior PARTICULARS tordrmklng and Bathing. Sksd tor Circular. Liberal arrangements will OwenClendenin & Vlsscher, be made for excursion Carlisle Sprints. P*. Jc8-2m parties. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU ior th_« Bladdsb. HELMBOLD_'S BUCHU for the Kidneys. HBLMBOLD'S BUGHU for the Gravel. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Dropsy. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Nervousness. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Loss of Memory. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for DJmneas of Vision. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Difficult Breathing. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Weak Nerves. HELMEOLD'S BUCHU for Obstructions. HELMBOLD'S BUCHU for Excesses arising ...

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

_Mxsulicmtans SANFORD'S LIVER INVIGORATOR NEVER DEBILITATES. TT is compounded entirely from UumB JL and has become an established facta Standard Medicine, known and approved/^; by all that have used it and Is now resorted tog 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 z_* of relief, as the numerous unsolicited certificates in _^ my possession show. The dose must be adapt- fij edto the temperament ot the individual taking itand Q used in such quantities as to act gently on the bowels. 2C Let the dictates of your w Judgment guide you in th - we or the 1XVSRINVIGO- _£H RATORand it will cure LivKRCoHPLAnns , BnuOtffl > Attacks, _Dtbto8ia ,ChronicDiABRHoxA SuwamCoic- __ punm , _Draurmr, DrofstSoub Stohach, Habit- •* cal CobuvknbwChouo. OBOLXRA _MOBBtJS , CHOUnu" IWAinUlIFtATCI.«i»CB, jATODict Fucau Wiak- naaa,and may be used ¦uccessfullyasanOBBmA- _ftJ btFajoxt Mkdicuck. I...

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

BUY TMjEJ BE._&..T. NORTON'S O INT _TtOL MXT BOB SALT RHEUM AND SCROFULA, PBRMANkJWTJLV GUBBS SALT RHEUM, SCROFULA, SCALD HEAD, FEVER SORES, RING-WORMS. BER BERS' ITCH, AND ALL 1TCHDNO . OR BURNING SORBS, AND ERUPTIONS OF THE SKIN. This Ointment bears no resemblance to *iy ot ner ex ternal remedy at present before the world. Tho mode o its operation is peculiar. It penetrates to the basis of the disease—goes to its very source--and cures it from tbe flesh beneath to the skin on the surface. Other outward applications for ScrofulaSalt Rheum, &C, operate downwardthus driving the disorder inwards, and often occasioning terrible internal maladies. Nobxoh'_s OnraMKKi,on the contrary, throws tbe poison of the disease upward, and every particle of it is dis- Thus the cures it effects is complete. Not only are the sores healed—the eruptions removed—the swellings reduced but the seeds of the disease .are expelled from the flesh; consequently there can be no relapse....

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

GAL L_.OH E R'S CELEBRATED ELIXIR THB INFALLIBLE CURB OF Colds, Cough, Consumption, Hoarseness, Fains and Weakness in the Chest, Liver Complaints, Dyspepsia, Whooping Cough, Sore Throat, Quinsey and General Debility, and for Purifying of the Blood. This medicine has acquired a just celebrity fcr the cure ofall diseases arising from severe colds; and its efficacy has been attested and appioved by hundreds of our most respectable citizens. In every instance _WICEDIATK BXUKF HAS BXSN QIVZR. Many have been CURED OF CONSUMPTION, and hundreds of references can be given in various part3 of the country, who speak of tbe medicine in the highest terms. It should be kept on band by every family. It is pleasant andverv good for children. BEAD THE FOLLOWING CERTIFICATES. We, the _undorsigned, do certify that we have used GALLOBER'S PREPARATION for Consumption, Colds , Diseases of the LungsLiver, &c., and having experienced immediate relief therefrom, would recom _\iend it to all ...

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

THE GREAT ENGLISH REMEDY SIR JAMES CLARKE'S CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS Prepared frcm a Prucnpliono_/SxrJ. Clarke, M, D., Physician Extraordinary to (he Qu*en. This invaluable medioine is unfailing in the cure ef all _thosa painful and dangerous diseases to which the female constitution is subject. It moderates all excess and removes all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be relied on. TO BIARREED _IiAJHES it is peculiarly suited. It will, hi a snort time, bring on the monthly period with regularity. Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government _Stamo of Great Britain, to Drevent counterfeits. CAUTION. That Pint should not be _taktn by females during tht FIRST THREE MONTHSqf Pregnancy, at they art sure to bring on Miscarriage, but at any other time they are safe. In all cases of Nervous and Spinal _Affectlens, Pain in the Back and limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, these Pills will effect a cure when all other means have fa...

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

IMPORTANT TO _ITRMALICS DR. CHEESMAN'S PILLS, Prepared.by Cornelias L. _Cheeseman_, M. D., NEW YOBK CITY. rpHR combination of ingredients in these I Pills are the result of a long and extensive practice. They are mild in then* operationand certain in correcting all Irregularities, Painful Menstruationsremoving all ob-BtraetionB_, whether from cold or otherwiseheadache, pain in the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all nervous affectionshysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and limbs&c., disturbed sleep, which arise from interruption of nature. TO _MiWRTTtn _T_.ATWES _j Dr. Cheeseman_'_s Pills are invaluable, as they will bring on the monthly period with regularity. Ladles who have been disappointed in the use of other Pills can place the utmost confidence in Dr. Cheeseman's Pills doing all that thev renrasent to do. NOTICE nere U one condition of the female _tytlem in which the _PiOs cannot betaken _vathout producing a PECULIAR RESULT. 2he condition referred to ...

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

Cities nr Pennsylvania.—We have the censu» of most of the leading cities and towns in the State, which is as follows : Philadelphia, 650,000 Pittsburg, 180,000 Reading, 24,000 Lancaster, 18,000 Harrisburg, 15,012 Norristown, 13,500 Scranton, 12,000 _Pottsville, 18,000 York, 10,000 _Easton, 10,000 Allentown, 8,047 Wilkesbarre, 7,989 A Southern Editor, expresses a wish that his voice were as loud as thunder. He might as well -wish at the same time that he had ideas worth expressing in so loud a voice., Thb census returns in one of the upper townships of Northampton county report fifty living children in four families. Probable _AaaRsaATB.—The returns received at Washington indicate that the population of the United States is now about thirty-two millinns . . » ' Old Bachelor Sneer would like to know wnat kind of a broom the young woman in the last new novel, used, when _sbd swept back the raven ringlets from her classic brow. _Undoubtbdit the Democratic party is dead, but it is th...

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

NEW _AERMGEMENT. _TTWR. GEORGE W. KEILY will continue I /the DRUG BUSINESS at N0.6 S. Market square, and having just received a fresh supply of Drugs, Chemicals, and Fancy articlessolicits a continuance of the patron age heretofore extended to the establishment. Choice brands of _Segars, such as IGLESIAS, SOBBINAS, CiNTO DE OBION, FLOKFINAS, LA FLOB DE VIGO. PURE jJQUORS_, for medicinal purposes, bo. _^ mvfi-Smd FIFTY-SEVENTH _AMJV1_VJUKSAKI OF THB FRIENDSHIP FIRE COMPANY No. 1 _rnHIS COMPANY will celebrate their 57th I anniversary by holding aPIO NIC AT THE COLD SPRINGSon SATURDAY, theTllh of August next.— Gentlemen wishing to participate will please apply for tickets to_'any of the undersigned Committee of Arrangements at an early day, as the number will be limited to one hundred. Price of tickets $2.00, which will Include Fare, Refreshments. &c. Wm. E. Sees, H. O. Shaffer, Andrew Schlayer_, Jacob Schlayer Wm. Parlthill, Peter Gardner, Jacob Rohrer B. Campbell, D. J. R...

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

HOLLOWAT 8 OtNTMBNT 18 A MlQHTHT F«*T_^P_. The angry wounds and inflamed and irritating _ulcersthat cause continuous agony to the sufferer are removed, and the pain assuaged, by the application of this great healing remedy 1 It eradicates the poisonous particles from the flesh, and effects a perfect and permanent cure. Sold at the manufactory, No. 80 Maiden Lane, New York, and by all Druggists, at 25c., 63c., and $1 per pot. iv27-dw_*sw-lv g£_TWB call the attention of our readers to an article advertised in another columncalled Blood Food. It is an entirely new discovery, and must not be confounded with any of the numerous patent medicines of the day. It Is food for the Mood, already prepared for absorption; pleasant to the taste ana natural in actionand what one gains he _rotains. Let all those, then, who are suffering from poverty, impurity or deficiency of blood, and consequently with some chronic disease or aliment, tak e of this Blood Food and be restored to health. We noti...

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

Piles 1 Piles ! 1 Puss! !!—What is ra ? How CuKXDf—Thousands of persons have Piles—sufler for years with the disease—yet few know what it is, or how it is cured. Every case of Piles, whether manif«ste<* in the form of external tumors, frequent bleedings, or in violent itching and irritation, depends essentially upon _congestion of the abdominal venous circulation. This produces the engorgement, dilation of the veins, formation of tumors, hemorrhages, pain and suffering; and the disease can only be fundamentally cured by medicines which, taken internally, relieve this venous congestion. Hence ointments, washes and even lnjectiors, are so ineffectual., . , HUMPHREY'S HOMEOPATHIC PILE SPECIFIC, a simple sugar pill, taken two or three times per day, cures tbe disease by curing the condition upon which the disease depends. Hundreds have been cured by it, even of the most obstinate cases. All will be promptly benefitted by It. Price 50 cents a box. N. B.—A full set or "Humphreys'...

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