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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

The Daily Patriot and TJsion will be served to subscribers residing in the Borough tor 8ix okntspkritbek payable to the Carrier. Mail rubBcriberB, fock doi.. (.ABB PBS ANNUM. Thb Weekly will be published aa heretofore , aemiweekly during the session of the Legislature, and once a •reek the remainder of the year, for two dollars in advanceor three dollars at the expiration of the year. Connected with this establishment is an extensive /OB OFFICE, containing a variety of plain and fancy typeunequalled by any establishment in the interior of the State, for which the _patronage of the public ia solicited.

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

_JffEW BOOKS! JUST RECEIVED "SEAL AND SAY." by the author of "Wide, Wide World," "Dollars and Cants." &c. "HISTORY OE METHODISM," by A._Stevens,LL.D. For sale at . _SCHEFFERS7 BOOKSTORE, ap9 No. IS Marke st.

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

C|e |)atn0i & Union TUESDAY MORNING, OCT. 30, 1860.

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING SUNDAYS EXCEPTBD , BY O. BARRETT & CO

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

Q_^_NBERRIES 11!—A Splendid Lot ootW WM. DOCK, Jr., &. CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

GENERAL NEWS Fred Douglass _Wauts to Buy a White Max. Fred Douglass, the well-known and talented mulatto fugitive from Maryland, a few days ago received a letter from an individual calling himself Charles Happ, and describing himself as a " whight man," stating that he had been informed that Douglass "had an onely daughter," and was willing "to give $15,000 or $20,-000 to any respectable 'weight' man who would marry her and cherish her through life ;•' and concludes by declaring his willingto ake himself ness m "agreeable" on "those conditions." To this Fred responds that Happ is a stranger, and gives no reference for his character and responsibility; that his letter is dated Auburn, without, stating the street he lives in, and that he may, therefore, be an inmate of the penitentiary at that place; that he (Douglas) has not got $15,000; that he has no objection to Happ's complexion, but that his " grammar and spelling are so bad that he is not fit to associate with Miss Doug...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

What Can the Republican Party Accomplish.? The Kepublican party is principally made up of those who have belonged to parties opposed to the Democratic party, and have passed through all the mutations of opposition. They have been Anti-Masons , Whigs, Know Nothings, Americans , American Republicans, People's Party men, and everything else anti-Democratic. It is true that a very large body of the old-fashioned _Whisrs became Democrats after the dissolution of ilie Whig party, and that many who were formerly Democrats cmbraced Republicanism when they supposed that fie Democratic party became pro-slavery in i.f s policy; but notwithstanding this partial intermingling of diverse political elements which brought to the Democratic party a strong accession of conservative Whigs, and to the Republican party a large infusion of radical Democrats, the large majority of those now composing the Republican party have been life-long opponents of Democracy. »nd have followed the Opposition thro...

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

LATEST BY TELEGRAPH LATER FROM EUROPE. +. St. Johns, N. F., Oct. 20. The steamship Fulton, from Southampton on the 17th inst., for New York, passed Cape Race on Sunday and was intercepted by the news yacht. _Liverpool, Oct. 1G.—Cotton had advanced 1-10(2;' , _Jd. Wheat has an advancing tendency, partially on all qualities. Flour declining. Corn quiet. Provisions quiet. Consols 920@ q.?_s l* The following political advices are furnished by the steamer's summary: The Neapolitan Princes had ordered a renewal «f the attack on the Garibaldiaas. It is asserted that great consternation prevails among the Turin Cabinet, as the Russian and Prussian Embassadors had remitted the formal protest of their governments against the Sardinian invasion of Naples. China.—Advices from China state that the allies had attacked the Tartar camp and the Chinese fled in disorder. The grand attack on the Tuka forts was to take place on August 15th. The steamship Africa, outward bound, passed Cape Race on Sun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

VAST LIFE IN NEW YORK. THE NOTE BROKER—THK CiAMBLlij;—THf SWINDLER. During the past week the police have had in charge several important swindling cases in New York, which involve the loss of several thousands of dollars, but as yet have only succeeded in arresting one of the alleged operators, who, it seems, has succeeded in obtaining about §5,000 from a respectable house in Pine street. The alleged party accused of the swindle is a young man named Win. Hurry, Jr., note broker, of late doing business at No. 1 Pine street. It seems that he is charged by the firm of Quick & L'Honimcdieu—dealers in mercantile notes and foreign exchange, No. 42 Pine street—with having, on Friday last, called upon them—having previously done business with them—and inquired if they had an $8,000 note that they wanted to sell, remarking that he could dispose of a note of the said amount , _«iH lie had a p.nstnmnr in wsnt.iTio-. Mr. L'Hommcdieu replied that he had, and gave Hurry an $8,000 no...

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

• ¦ A PPLES FOR SALE. —A fine lot of jGL superior picked WINTER APPLES for sale , in lots to suit purchasers, on board the Canal Boat jr . M. Bishop, lying at the wharf of Geo. Kunkel, canal street. oc29-dtf ' - - - - ¦ 1 ' \ NEW YORK SEEDLESS PLUMS For sale by [oc26] WM. DOCK, J»., & CO. -D URLINGTON HERRING! J3 Just received by WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO. oc26 XTRA Sugar Cured Hams, ' For sale by [oct2<},] WM. DOCK, _Js., & Co. RIED PARED _PEACHEST_^_ried UNPARED PEACHES Dried APPLES, Dried BLACKBERRIES , just received by _octac. WM. POCK, Jr., & CO, fiRANBEREIES—A very Superior lot \ ' at [oct26._] WM. DOCK, Ja.. & CO'S * ? * ° T * NOTICE .—The undersigned _having opened an English and Classical School f.r Bov-in the Lecture Room of what was former]? <?«ii_«_2y _!i £53 ?^* 1 fe"I /_TESSRS. CHICKERING & CO. HAVE AGAIN OBTAINED THE &OLD _KlfiDlI! AT THE MECHANICS' FAIR, BOSTON, HELD TBE rRECEDIXO WEEK , OVER SIX...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

ARMY SUPPLIES—LEATHER ARMT CLOTHING AND .EQUIPAGE UFPiCE, ) PhiladelphiaOctober 27.1860. K SEALED PROPOSALS are invitedand will be recei vecf at this office until; 12 o' clock, M., of Monday, the nineteenth of November next, for furnishingby contract. Leather of the beat quality and kind, as hereinafter Epecified ; to be delivered at the U. S. Army Clothing and Equipage Depot, (Schuylkill Arsenal.) in quantities a.« may be required. 6, 000 Sides of Wax upper Leather, oak tanned , from slaughter hidesshavedper square foot. 100,000 pounds of Sole Leatheroak tanned, from _Bueao_.s Ayres or La Plata HideF, per pound. 7. 000 pounds Welt Leather , oak tanned, from slaughter hides, per pound. 1, 000 Sides, Black Bridle Leathereak tanned , from slaughter hidesshavedper side. 100 Sides Russet Bridle Leather, of the sams kind an* descriptionper side. 1,500 feet of Vizor Leather, japanned on both sides—one black the other green—per square foot. 200 feet of China Strap Leatherjapanned b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

The Prospect in _NerT York. The contest in the State of New York seems U turn very much upon the majority that oan be obtained against Lincoln in New York city. The anti-Republican journals claim not less than 40,000 majority for the Union electoral ticket, while the Tribune asserts that it cannot exceed 20,000. There is a great deal of figuring and estimating on both sides, and of course great discrepancy in the calculations of the probable result. The Journal of Commerce of Saturday hist replies to the estimate put forth bj the Tribune, and in reference to the vote of New York city contains the following: Let us for the purposes of this •cession, take the Tri bunc _o s estimate of 90,000 as the _aggregate Presidential vote. This will he a gain of ten thousand, or something like twelve per cent, upon the vote for Fremont, or the Tote in December last, which the Tribune admits was substantially a Ugal rote. Give to the Republicans their proportion of this gain, and they will have ...

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

A Word ot Warning. Notwithstanding that the Douglas State Committee have formally wiihdrawn the Straightout Douglas electoral ticket, certain factious men in this State, "who are using the name of Douglas as a cloak for their own villain3 T , are engaged in circulating the Straight-out Douglas ticket. In order to produce (he impression that this course meets "with the approval of Judge Douglas these tickets are distributed in envelopes endorsed with his frank, A friend in this county has enclosed to us one of these spurious electoral tickets, -which he says are being generally circulated throughout the county bj a notorious disorganize!-, residing in Berks county, who is well known as a confidant of John W. Forney. No doubt these tickets are being sent to all parts of the State by the same set of men, and we caution Democrats to be on the look-out for them. They are well calculated to deceive the unsuspecting, because they contain twelve names which are on the regular Democratic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

1/uiou in _Aew _Jersey. The Br«ckinridge, Bell and Douglas parties in New Jersey have withdrawn their separate electoral tickets and determined to support a union ticket, composed of three Douglas, two Breckinridge and two Bell electors. This movement will in all probability secure the electoral vote of New Jersey against Lincoln, and go far to encourage the union men of New York. Having advocated union for the sake of defeating Lincoln from the commencement of this campaign, and combated all movements for running straight-out tickets, we cannot but he gratified when there is a union of all the parties opposed to Republicanism in New York and New Jersey, and a union of the Democracy of Pennsylvania upon the Reading electoral ticket.- Had union been the watchword among conservatives of every name from the beginning of this campaign, and had the people resolutely closed their ears to those who, under the fair pretence of principle, counselled division, the success of the Republica...

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

Death of George Shuoeter.—The scientific world has lost a bright ornament in the decease of George Shroeter, which took place at Patterson, N. J., last week. He wad a native of Prussia, and for some years private secretary of the Prince Regent of Prussia, in whose company he traveled through a large part of Europe, becoming intimately acquainted with the secret machinery of its various governments. In the revolution of 1848 he took part with the liberals, and surrendered his secretaryship, when the regent identified himself with the reactionists. Like so many other disappointed lovers of liberty, Mr. Shroeter then decided to seek a home in the western hemisphere, and reached New York in 1840. As a linguist his _studieB proved nearly useless for all practical purposes ; but he applied himself to the geography of this continent, and in connection with the Geographical and Statistical Society of New York, his abilities soon began to attract notice. In 1850 he completed a map of the...

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 30 October 1860

Ak Evektiul Life.—Return from Van Die mans Land. _~.J0hn Bateman arrived in Troy> nl t\' _~4tVnSt _" °_» .hi9 way from Canada to Chatham Centre Oc\ _%.• _« ,r wk- i. i I ' Columbia county, N. Y., which place he left *, _t » r> - u x, . tw «ity-four years ago—Being shortly afterwards nLaai A, in the Canadian rebellion _^-_^ ' ? ?*** since, up to within a brief _pe_^' t* ** *™ vict in Van Dieman's Land he ' I™& ™' says: '_^ Troy 7W Bateman is now sixty-four years of •» says he removed from Chatham Centre _° t ' r nada in 1836, where he purchased a _qu_^nt'!* of land and engaged in the business of w _"y ing. The patriot war soon after breakin g out he attended the meetings of the patriots, where he was finally captured, but afterwards released. Sympathizing very ardently with the patriot cause, he removed to the American side, and joined the lodges there. Here he was again captured, and taken to Kingston, where, after a brief trial, he was _sentenced to death....

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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