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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

-KToTftr _BooIsjs! _TflOR_,SALE at BERGNER'S CHEAP J BOOKSTORE, 61 Market street. THE MILL ON THE FLOSS, by the author of Adam Bede. LIFE BEFORE HIM. AGAINST WIDE AND TIDE, by Holme Lee. JULIAN HOME; a tale of college life, by F. W. Fanar, M. A. THE MARBLE FARM ; or, the romance of Monte Beni. THE BIBLICAL REASON WHY. SAY AND SEAL, by the author of the "Wide, Wide World." A new edition of Sir E. _Bulwcr Lytton 's novelscomplete. ' . . . : AU the flew books, as fast as published, received and for stile at Publisher's prices.: Books ¦ ot an hand and desired, can be procured at short notice and at regular prices,at BBRQNBR'S CHEAP BOdK8T0BE m_?18 51 Market street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

MOM CASTINGS A _LL kinds of Iron Castings made to ' ojrtSTSmnl' 1the very best 8look > «*»_lluaMngs pickled m_«f_«, ° h0 8ana and BC *10 - Wo *•»• U_>e best aud PWi ft _d»e !lre afBOrU n««" ° f _P_»ll_«y _paUerns this side ot rail adelphla. Apply at the EAGLE WORKS, . , „ _Peona. R. Road, above State street * M?I£iiburg. April-a . 18M ~rt\v DR. C. WEICHEL_, SURGEON AND OCCULIST, RESIDENCE THIRD NEAR NORTH STREET. mara-dAw _AMEY & LEMER'S GALLERY, („.„ 18 IH_1 KLACB TO GET &MALL PICTURES OF DE0EA8ED FRIENDS WED AND ENLARGED OR COLORED. SMOKED SALMON. A «»S!SH and verv superior lot of ._O. _SMOKED SALMON just rwelvedwid for sale by _^ —_._____ WM. DOCK, JR & CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

ait ARRiy_^E_^p APPROPRIATE TO THE SKASOW ! SILK! LINEN I PAPER! ** FANS 1 FANS! FANS 1 Anotheb _ahd splendid ior or _W^|*;>jSpiii.ft.:_^ 1 Trout Fllei , Gut and Hair Snoods, Grass Lines, Silk and HairTlattedLines,ond-a general _assortmenl _ofFisblng Tacfeur. T " '•'...-. _' ¦ , - _5 ¦Vi<'t:.-: - UA'fOSHAT _VABXKJCX Cfe ' - •' ¦¦ _WALKIBTG C AITS S, Which we will sell as cheap as the cheapest..-_;: ¦¦ }, Silver Head, Loaded. Sword, Jfficfeory, .Fancy Cines. CANES! _CANM ! ! CANES ! ! ! CANES! ! ! ! KELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY; STORE91 Market •treat, south side, one door «ast of Fourth street. jes

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

Q-EORGE FISHER, ATTORNEY AS IiAW_. - _^YFFERS his professional services to all \^pfii\cm _brnving business/ to be ¦ _irfaTacted in the leveral Ootirw of fiaupbin county, thtf Laud _Department of this Si ate, or before the Board or Property. Having been associated In the practice of the Law , with his rath er, JOHN A. f 1S-Z _.ER, he promises dUfftti_^'and careful at tuition to all professional business entrusted to tuem Office oarnar of Second aud Locust streets, (opposite to tho _Pyfftiylvaola House,) Harrisburg. ap26 -. ALDERMAN. HENRY PEFFEB, OFFICE-THIRD STREET, (SHELL'S ROW,) NEAR MARKET. Bmdence_, Chestnut Street near Fourth. OITY OF HARRISBURO, _?ENN' a. nfyWdtf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

NOT THE FIRST AKJtUVAJU, BUT ABRIVED IN DUE TIME TO BE SOLD AT REDUCED PRICES, LYKEN 8 VALIJEY S_1OVE COAL, $2,60 per ton. « » NUT " _fs».OO «' CUPOLA M& STEAMBOAT COAL, WILKiSBARRE BROKEN, • - No. 8 and 4, «• NUT. Blacksmith Coal, Allegheny and Broad lop. Also, Hickory, Oak and «_• Wood: E.-«_K B-. ' _pljt : :: : j 'N' o.JQgjCheBtnntstreet.;' <_T> _r CaBEB CLARET, embracuag all the _{Ut3 principal brands and _qualuTes , jugt _reoelveoTand for sale by mv84 WM. DOCK, JE., 4 CO

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

_JST _ES w ' FAMIM DRUG S_^BJE. .•pHB UNDERSIGNED HAS OPENED la _Wholesale and ReUil Drug and Prescription Store, inthe Iron Front BuUning, No. 128 Market streetlately occupied by Mr. Eby, wehre can be found an entire new stock of Fresh and Pure Drugs. Perlumery, Sotp- COAL OILCOAL OIL LAMPS, Burning Fluid, Ale (bol Patent _Heaicines, Stationery. Fancy Articles, &c&o. Wo have the agency for the sale of Kline's Celebrated Artificial Teeth, to which we would invite the attention of Dentists, . ' . By strict attention to businessand desire to please, we respectfully ask a share of Public Patronage. 0. WJflLES. N. B,—Prime Havana Began and Tobacco constantly on hand. , aDr6-dly >

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

_Utaatnaa _(_gorta SILVER PLATED WARE BY HARVEY F1LLEY, No. 1222 Market Street, Philadelphia, Manufacturer of fine NICKEL SILVKB, and SILVKR PLATER of forks, spoons, ladles, butter knives, castors tea setsurns, kjsttle8, waitersbutier dkh6_s1ck piichjsr3, cake _Baskets, communion ware, CUPS, HUGS, GOBLETS, tc., With a general assortment, comprising none but the bet quality, made of the bat materials and heavily plated , constituting them a Serviceable and durable article 7os Homs, Steamboats and Pbivah _Fauiub. 49> Old Ware re-plated in the best manner, foh9ft.HAWlv

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

W W. HAYS, ATTOBNEY-AT-LAW. Office Walnut St., between Second and Third, Harrisburg, Fa. ar4p _tUwt PROF. _ADOLPH P. TE?UPSER, WOULD respectfully inform his old patrons and the publlo generally, that ho will continue to give instructions on the PIANO FORTE, MKLODEON _, VIOLIN and also in the science of THOROUGH BASS, tie will w'th pleasure wait upon pupils at their _nomes at any hour desired, or lessons will bo given at his residence, in Third street, a few doors below the German _Heformed Church. deolo-dtf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

BUEHLEU HOUSE, MARKET _SQUARED H _ARKISBUBGr, PENN'A. GEO. J. BOLTON, PROPRLETOB. CARD. The ab r>ve well known and long established Hotel is now undergoing a thorough renovation, and being In a great degree newly furnished, under tho proprietorship of Mr. Ghokqb J. Bolton, who has beon an Inmate of the house for the last three years, and is well known to its guests. Thankful Tor the liberal patronage which it has en-(_byed, I cheerfully commend Mr. Bolton to the public fa or. _Mc8 d-wtfl WiUJAM BUEHLEK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

ENTERPRISE AM) LIGHTNING ... • • ' _.LiNES, ' . XTOWbringstheN_; _f. DAILY HERALD, J^|_, TRIBUNETIMES and-SUN, to HaxrJahjirg, at one o'clock P. M., and are distributed _UQUDUfkCrapHgard by prompt carriers. Subscribers, will -be 'reguEM_$ served with them, by leaving their address at - ' BBBGN_HEt>S_>CHBAP300K8-«RE. my28 _, ,.ij 61 Market gtreet. ' _J ;pT ,/\ltf'*-' T_*r>__YBTR ~ ' ^^' _€L^^^_N^_Bfi_!B__S _>KR3f3Sa % / STYLS AND QUALITIES on band and man-factur _ecTto order at the cheapest rates, at BBRGNKR'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

AUGUSTINE I. CHAYNE. CARPENTEK AND BUILDEK. Rtsidtnu No. 27 _Horth Second Strut. N. B-JOBBING AT1ENDED TO. b28dtl SCHOOL BOOKS AND SCHOOL STATIONERY. A LL the School Books and Stationery in XL use in the publio and select schools of our city will 09 round for sale at CtifcAPKST PRICES, at _BEKQNURM CHEAP BOOKSTOBS. —_=_?18 61 MarketstmL

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

DR. T. J. MILES, SUBGEON DENTIST, f\ FFERS his services to the citizens of \J Harrisburg and Its vicinity. He _solloits a share of the publlo patronage, and gives assurance that his best endeavors shall be given to render satisfaction in hu profession. Being an old, we\l tried dentist, bo feels Bale in Inviting the public generally to call on him, assuring them that they will not be dissatisfied with his services Office No. 128 Market street, in the house formerly oo cupled by Jacob R. £by, near the United States Hotel, _Harrlsburg. Pa. my8-dly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

JOSEPH OASKT. JOHN W. BROWN CASEY & BEOVfN, ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW _flARRISBURG, PENN'A. HAVING associated together in the practice of the Law, will attend faithfully and promptly to all professional business entrusted to theb wire. Office in Third street three doors from Market N. B. Consultations In _Enirlish and German.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

LIBER T-Y S T O V E WO RKS _i ¦ A V _~ ¦ ¦¦ ' ¦ ¦ _ii ' - HOLLOW-WARE FOUNDRY, , PHILADELPHIA: ABBOTT & NOBLE, _ilANDfACTOBBBS of the yamt approved stylesot STOVES of every description. Sample ana Sale Rooms—4_ST_248 .Watet _StEcet,,Nfiw York. ¦ ¦ ¦ _JST_410 Brown Street, Philadelphia. • i_< jtLB«(<Aa«iyor Catalogue. ¦ -. : ¦ i Jy27-d

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

_npH& _Bubgcribere _respeqtftdly annpnjaoe I that they wiU lurnkhiand put pn SLATE ROOFING with. State iftom _'_itne celebrated E*nca«eK County _4_nari ries, ' which is unsurpassed by any othei Slate la the mar J Iteu Our work will be done by the _nrast experienced workmen, and warranted to give satisfaction. mya-tf jt _ByXBS it OO

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

FOR STA!EE SENATOR. T OPJFER myself as an Independent Can-I didate for the office of SENATOR to the voters of Lebanon and Dauphin counties at the ensuing October election. . :. JONATHAN ZERBB. Shaefferstoum , August 11,1860. < : :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

OLD-LINE WHIGS Sixteen years ago the Whig party of America was, intellectually, the most powerful political organization that ever discussed a principle or agitated a policy of gov ernment. Eighteen years ago, the voice of Henry Clay rang from the Senate Chamber, and was echoed along every river, among the mountains, and over every plain of the country, stirring the ranks of the Whig party with that animation that men so seldom feel now, and that devotion to principle which characterizes so few of the political leaders of the present. Sixteen years ago, Webster was contending for precisely those principles which now press home a solemn duty on every American oitizen—the protection of labor and the spread of liberty. Clay, Webster, Evans, Claytoi), Corwin, and their compeers, the leaders of the old Whig party, were opposed then, for their efforts to restrict the spread of slavery and enhance the interests of free white labor, as steadily as are the leaders of the Republican...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

_Jaieist % _Cekgrap_^ SPECIAI, DISPATCHES TO THE DAILY TELEGRAPH DAMAGING RAIN STOEM. STREETS AND ROADS _FLOODED BRIDGES AND BUILDINGS SWEPT AWAY. 9 Interruption of Kailroad Travel. GRE_1T DAMAGE TO PROPERTY Philadelphia, August 23. Htavy rain fell this morning along the Hue of the Chestnut Hill Railroad. A culvert was washed away, with'an embankment ou which* the road was built, fifty eight feet above the bed of the creek. A stone bridge on the same creek was also swept away. _Uouses in tbe vicinity were flooded, and the farms were greatly damaged. Very little rain fell in the city. The rain fell in torrents, flooding streets and roads, overflowing streams, carrying away bridges * and buildings, and greatly terrifying the people of Manyunk, Chestnut Hill and Frankford. The furiou3 rain _continued for about an hour and a half, and during that tino a great deal of damage was done. The 21st ward-seems to have: been directly in the course of ihet worst of the storm judging from...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

SUNDAY EXOUBSION TEAIN TO MIDDLETOWN. AT THE REQUEST of many persons who wish to visit the Camp .Meeting of the Colosis Fouls, to be held in Fisher's woods, near Middletown, from 23d to 80th of this month, the Pennsylvania Ballroad company will run an Excursion Train on Sunday, Aug. 26-Leaving Harrisburg at 7.30 A. M., arrive at Middletown at 8.Q0. Leaving MiddJetown at 7.00 P. M., and arrive at Harris burg at 7.30. ' . '" . ' ¦ Excursion Tickets at half Care will be sold for the round trip. . ' ¦ ..• - SAMUEL D. YOUNG a20 3t Supt East. Div. Penna. Railroad. NOTICE. " ;.;;. THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS being abont to open, PARENTS, TEACHERS And SCHOLARS are _informed .that a large and complete assortment cf all the necessary SCHOOL BOOKS and e-TATIONKRT used In the various schools will be found for sale at LOWEST PRICES at BERGNER'B CBEAP BOOKSTORE. *°g22 61 Market Street.A NOTICE! ¦:_£_- '• THE MEMBERS of the several lodges of the I. 0. or O. F. are requested to meet in the hall of 160, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 23 August 1860

Select Schools for Boys and Girls. FSOIfl STREET ABOVE L0CVS1. _HPH_1S Pall term of ROBERT M'ELWEE_'c X. _Sohool for boyswill open on the last Monday id August. The room is well ventilated, comfortably furnished; and in every respect well adapted for _Hctuwi purposes. . GATHARINKM'ELWEE'S School for girls, locate! m the same building, will open for tho fall term at tbe -_<mc time. The room lias be«u elegantly fitted up dunu>: tbe vacationto promote the health and comfort of _gcl.dh_.u _augl6-dtf THE DAUPHIN COUNTY _AGRICULTURAL S O O I E T Y WILL RECEIVE PROPOSALS until WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6th, nextat U o'clock, for the privilege of keeping within the <-xbi!>it.ou grounds, a Restaurant or Restaurant*. The prop»-awill state whether the bidder proposed to purchase ib exclusive right for POUR STAND*, tho number f> wl_» the right is limited, or for a portion oi the right. K<> distilled or spirituous liquors will bepcrroittedoo tc gro...

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