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

Ntm _ftbTOtxtistttuwts. Iggltl mrs. wnrsLow, AB experienced Kane and Female PhyUcUn, present, to ^^ the attention of mothers her SOOTHING SYRUP, For Children Teething, which greatly heflttatM tbe process or teething, by son _aninf tbe gums,reducing all inflammation—will allay All PAIN, and spasmodic action, and is SUBS TO KBGrULATB THE BOWELS. Depend upon it inothemit wfll give rest to yonrseive e AKDRELmr AMD HEALTH TO TOUR _IKFAN_^ We have put up and sold this article for over ten yean, and <u> sat, n oommmi _ard truth, what we have never been able tossy of any other mediciBc N2YHR HAS IT FAILED, IN A SINGLE INSTANCE To _UTECT A CUREwhen timely used. Never did w. know an Instance of _disaatttiactkm by any one who usoi it On the contrary, ail are delighted with its operations, and speak in terms of highest oomaendation o: its magical efiecta and medical virtues. We speak in this matter "whit m soraoir, alter ten years' eipe rlence _jjkd funi oub kipuiitkhi ne ...

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

False Telegraphic Dispatches. There seems to be a determination, on the part of those who send telegraphic dispatches to the Associated Press, to make as many false representation as possible. The Association promise to furnish fair reports, for which they extort rates to suit themselves, under the idea that " you must take them or we out you off." We have frequently taken silent notice of the many falsehoods circulated by them, but we find a dispatch so glaringly false emanating from this place, that we have concluded to lay it before our readers in town, who had an opportunity of judging of the truthfulness of the same. The dispatch appears in all the Eastern papers of this morning, as follows: Pennsylvania Politics. Habrmbubg, Aug. 22. The Constitutional Union State Central Committee met here to-day, every congressional district being represented. Cheering accounts from all parts of the State were received; and a strong disposition manifested for the union of all national m...

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

BASE MISREPBESENTATION. We find in the Philadelphia Inquirer of this morning the following :— Special Despatch to the Inquirer. _Habbisburo, August 22, 186O._ A meeting of the State Executive Commit! • 3 of I the Constitutional Union Patty of Pennsylvania was held to-day. The Committee, met at two o'clock at Coverly's Hotel. Hon. Hbnhy M. Fuller in the chair. Every dlstucfrin the State was represented, and the utmost harmony and good feeling was evinced by the delegates. It is true that a meeting of the Committee was held in a back room of Ooverly _* _s Hotel, and that our amiable friend Mr. Fuller presided ; but it is false that every district in the State was represented. Not over six persons were present at any time, three of them hailing from Philadelphia. We have no doubt the utmost harmony prevailed in that large assemblage. The meeting held in the evening was a miserable failure; but very few persons were in attendance, and those whp-did attend are open and. well known ...

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

FOR PRESIDENT: ABRAHAM LINCOLN OF ILLINOIS. FOR. VICE PRESIDENT : HANNIBAL HAMLIN, OF MAINE. * FOR GOVERNOR: ANDBEW G. _GtTRTIN. *««»» COUNTY TICKET. FOB, CONGRESS : JOHN W.KILLINGBR, Lebanon. . : FOR SENATOR : _AMOP B. BOUGflTER, LebanoD. _, . . FOR ASSEMBLY: JOHN WALLOWER, Jk., Harrisburg, WILLIAM CLARK, _Millersburg. _^_foeTs_^^kiff _T_^ JACOB D. HOFFMAN, Harrisburg. _FoFRECORb_^_RT JOHN RINGLAND, MiddletowD. foTadditorT_^ JOHN _P_^^_JJTHERJgR D _^ Swatara. FOR COMMISSIONER: GEOKGE GARYERICHjSusquehanna. DIRECTOR OF THE POOR : JOHN RAYSOR, Susquehann.

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

Splendid People 's Demonstration at Easton—Great Turnout. . Easioh, August 22. The feeling for Lincoln and Car tin gathers strength in this region every day, and an occasion for its demonstration took place yesterday, in a Bhape of a mass Convention, which surpassed anything we have seen lor. many campaigns. . ' At about noon, delegates poured in by hundreds from various places throughout the county, with banners and music. At 2 o'clock, P. M-., an immense meeting was organized , W. H. Thompson, Esq., in .the Chair. Col. Curtin then appeared, and was greeted with tumultuous chetring. His address elicited unbounded applause. Hon. A. H. Reeder and E_: H. Bauch, Esq., of Mauch Chunk, followed in spirited addresses in English and German, and at 6 o'clock the meeting adjourned. ... '¦ . At 7 o'clock a large, parade of Wide Awakes took place, their banners, uniforms, &c, presenting a fine appearance. A rain then began and stopped the procession. The rain continuing all night, ...

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

TEE GEEAT ENGLISH BEMEDY SIR JAMES- CLARKE'S CELEBRATED FEMALE PILLS. Prepared from a PrescripUcn of Sir J. Clarke, Jr. />., _Phytieian Extraordinary to the Queen. This invaluable medicine is unftlllng in the cure ef all _thosa painful and dangerous diseases to which tbe female constitution is subject. It moderates all excess and removes all obstructions, and a speedy cure may be relied on. TO MARRIED _LAJDIES it la peculiarly suited. It will, In a short time, bring on the monthly period with regularity. Bach bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits. CAUTION. These Pitts should net be taken by females during the FIRST THREE MONTHSof Pregnancy, at they are sure to bring on JUiscarriage, but at any other time they are In all c_^^Bfe Nervous and Spinal _Auectiens, Pain in the Backj|9Bmb_^ Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation of _t£| _9Prt, Hysterics and Whites, these Pills will effect a cure wbeu all other means ha...

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

VALUABLE CITY PE0PEBT AT PUBLIC SALE. npHE FOLLOWING DESCRIBED CITY JL PROPERTY, part of tbe esUte of HENRY BUEHLER, dec'd., will be offered for sale at the "Buehler Heuse" inthis oitj, on SA7UBDAT ETENINO, September 1, at 7 a_'_elock P. M. ' 1. One house and lot on Second street near Vine, fronting 26 fu 3 in. on Second, running back to River alley. 210 feet. ^^ 2. Six lots on Third streetCherry alley and Mulberry streetas here describedviz: Three lots fronting on Third street 20 by 52_# feet. Two lots fronting on Cherry alley, 26_# by 106 feet. One lot fronting on Mulberry street, 20% by 105 feet. 3. Four lots on the eaat_.sldeof Walnut street, comer of Sixth street, viz : , ¦** -¦;, Three lots IS feet &.i_*_ke|ibjr ,88fect. One lot 18 feet 6 inoNS byjW feet. 4. Tbe lots on the west slde_»r Walnut street corner of Sixth/each 21 feet 1 inch by 107 feet. 5 Seven lots on Sixth street, South street and Curtis alley, of various dimensions, as per draft, which will b* exhi...

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

Henry _Frysinoer , one of the editors of the Lewistown True Democrat , has withdrawn from that journal-, not, as some of the division press state, because he preferred Breckinridgo to Douglas, but because he was compelled to do so, or vacate his desk in one of the departments at Washington. He is an office-holder under Buchanan, whose profession is to allow men to act in politics as they please, but whose piaotioe is to force them, when he has the power, to do aB he desires. Frysinger, the scribe at Washington, has been one of the most fulsome adulators of the power that thus suppresses his opinion and preference (if he ever possessed either) ever since it was inaugurated—and about the 10th of next March will again print a salutatory in the Democrat as one of its editors.

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

James H. Brisbin, one of the editors of the Centre county Democrat, was, in Harrisburg yesterday; He gives a glowing account of tbe enthusiasm prevailing in central Pennsylvania lor the " Republican candidates, and predicts the triumphant success of Lincoln, Hamlin and Curtin. Mr. Brisbin is among the ablest of the rising young journalists of Pennsylvania, and certainly one of the most amiable and accomplished of our young _acquaintances in good old Centre county. Our-friend _Bjisbin : is-r_^rtioularly amused at ihV idea of _tlje _^reckenridge-I'M, ',t _» Douglas press of the State, quoting the Centre Democrat as being favorable to Foster. In his quiet stylo he assured us that the Democrat was using all its efforts to carry Centre county by a large and increased majority for Curtin in October, and for Lincoln and Hamlin in November. And such a result is a fixed fact in the judgment of the _discriminating.

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

STRAWBERRIES! THE PRESENT WEATHER is higlily favorable for planting Strawberries, and it :•: soon a fair ciop of fruit, sufficient to cover the c -:. _plants . and planting, * may be expected next _season — Upwards or 100 VARIETIES, Nativo and Foreign, have been tested by tho _subscribe and, afUr having rejected many, he is able to furnisli .i i that are really desirable, in any quantity and at faprices. ADVICE GIVEN, as to choice of varieties, preparation of soil and afterculture. If desired, he will, for a reasor able compensa Uod, PLANT BEDS, warranting good crops of tbe best fruit. For the accommodation of the public he will bay.' plants for sale in tbe LOWER MARKET HOUSE, on Tuesday and Friday evenings and Wednesday an i Saturday mornings. H. A. WSB Kintom _Nubsirt, \ _Harrltburg, August 20, I860, j

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

NEW STORE AND NEW PRICES! HAYING enlarged our store considerably, we are enabled to keep a_^much larger assortment than heretofore, for the accommodation of our numerous customers. We tave Just opened a LARGE LOT OF FALL SHAWLS AND DUSTERS which were _pnrchascd at auction much below the regular price}, and will be sold at a very small advance. SHAWLS! A regular assortment of Black Shawls with Crochal border. Prices from $4 60 to $5 00— worth $7 00. * CLOAKS AND DUSTERS! A very large assortment of Fall Cloaks and _Dusters of the latest Paris styles will be sold at prices ranging from $3_^60 to $7 00. The same article was formerly sold for a much higher price. ' . _43»We shall also receive in about two weeks the largest assortment of FALL AND _WBTEER GOODS ever imported intbisoity, air of which will be sold cheaper than heretotore. a*8-lw M. WILER & CO., Market Square.

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

MASS MEETING, LINCOLN, HAMLIN, 0UETM, AND THE COUNTY TICKET. _ A general Mass Meeting of the friends of Lincoin, Hamlin, Curtin, and the County Ticket, will be held at the Court Bouse, in Harrisburg, on ; MONDAY EYENING, AUGUST 27, to which all are invited. Hon. James Pollock, Hon. John W. Killinger, Amos B. Boughter _. Esq., and other distinguished speakers will address the meeting.

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

Col. 8 S. Wharton.—We feel gratified to notice that the above gentleman has been nominated for the Senate in the district composed of the counties ftf Huntingdon, Bedford and Somerset. Mr. S. has been an active partizan for many years and is well versed in legislative matters, having represented Huntingdon county in the lower House. He will make4 a faithful representative and do honor to the counties misrepresented for the last three years by Mr. Schell. His election _wa regard as certain.

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

Dr. _Jas. _McCubiook_'_s . fmosAL Strut calnn tbe most harrassing coughrelieves tbe oppressed lung*, and irritated throat, loosens and brings away by painless expectoration the matter vbicb clogs tbe windpipe and bronchial tubes, regulates the excited pulse, invites rest, and removes every symptom of consumption. Price $1 00. Sold by On. _Bbuotk. Jy20 — ii_»i_» Mothsbs_, Rsas This.—The following is an extract from a letter written by the pastor of a Baptist church, to tbe "Journal and Messenger " Cudnnati, Ohioand speaks volumes In favor of that world-renowned medicine—Mrs. Winslow'_s Soothing Syrup for Children Teething: "We see an advertisement In your column of Mrs. Winslow's Soothing Syrup Now we never said a word in favor of a patent medicine before in our life, but we feel compelled to say to our readers, that this is no humbug—w« have tried IL aud know it to be aUU daimt. It is, probably, one of tbe most _successful medicines of the day, because it u one of the best. And th...

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

Enthusiastic Republican Demonstration at Huntingdon; _HutrnKODON, August 23. There was a large and enthusiastic outpouring of the people of this borough last night in honor of the nomination of Col. Wharton to the Stute _Seuato by the Bedford conference. A procession, with bands of music, transparencies, torchlights and lanterns, met the nominee on his arrival. He was carried in triumph to the public square where a meeting was organized and and speeches were made by Col. Wbarton, Maj. Campbell and J. D. Campbell, Esq.

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

Cumberland County.—Our political friends in Cumberland county have nominated the following excellent ticket:— Assembly—-Wm. B. Irwin. Prothonotary—Jonathan £. Ferree. Cleifc of Courts—S. S _Sollenberger. Register—E. A. Brady. County Commissioner—Capt. Qco. Miller. Director of the Poor-_^John Miller. * Auditor—John S. Dunlap.

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

~ HARRI8BTJRG1 Thnrsday Afternoon, August 28, 1560.

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

The New York papers have it that Mr. Charles G. McChesney, the Bell elector on the Breokinridge tieket of .New Jersey, _haji declined to _eerve , having determined to vote for Lincoln. We do not wonder at his refusal to sell his prinoiplea for Bwoiinridgei porridge. ' _" ¦

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

Mr. Halstead _, the editor of the Cinoinnati Commercial goes for Lincoln, beoause he will turn out [all the in*, which he thinks has become an absolute necessity, if the Republio is to be saved. Whoever gets in, ought to do this, if he would do justice. :

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

_Nzm _%)V)tvt\stmtntB Loeffler'_s Drug Store, CORNER _fOURTH AND MARKET STREETS Pure and genuine Drugs may be bad at Wm.JLoeffler's Drug Store, corner Fourth and Market streets. auQS

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