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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 1 November 1860

Death of Dr. John W. Coulter.—It grieves us much, _sayB the _Greensburg Democrat, to have to announce the death on Friday morning last ef Dr. John W. Coulter, of Latrobe. Dr. Coulter was a young man of much promise, a pleasant companion and a warm friend. He represented this District in the Legislature in the session of 1860, and was re-nominated by a unanimous rote of the Demooratio County Convention in June last, for a second term. IU health, however, compelled him to de clinea few Weeks before the election, and he is now numbered with the silent dead. His disease was of a pulmonary nature, and his death was? _dombtless, in some measure hastened by his attention to his duties while a member of Assembly. His remains were brought to this place on Saturday night, and on Sunday were interred in the Cemetery grounds, to which they were followed by the Loyalhanna and Philanthropy Lodges of Masons, and a large concourse of people.

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 — 1 November 1860

New Goods ! New Goods !—Having returned from New York, I have received now a large lot of goods, all of which I bought at auction. One hundred pieces of beautiful Set Flower De Laines, the best quality, which generally sails for 25 cents, at 20 cents; 50 pieceB Unbleached Muslin, the best in town, at 10 cents; 150 pieces of Cassinetts, Satinetts and Cassimeres, from 25 cents up to $1.25 a yard; 25 pieces of White Flannel, cotton mixed, at 15 cents; 25 dozen of White Merino Stockings at 15 cents; 50 dozen of Gent's Wool Socks, 20 cents • pair; 10 dozen Gent's All-Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs with Colored Borders, * vary fine , 31 cents; good Meriao Undershirts and Drawers, at 65 and 75 cents a piece. A lot of beautiful Traveling Baskets. Beat Calicoes, 10 cents, warranted fast colors. Please call at Lewi's, at the old stand of John Rhoads, Esq., deceased. tf.

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 — 1 November 1860

Dev. Dr. John McDowell, in his semi-centenary sermon, makes the following statement: The Presbyterian church was divided in 1S38, since which time there have been two general assemblies. Both assemblies should be taken into the account, in comparing tho Presbyterian church as it now is with what it was fifty years ago. In the general assembly of 1807, the first I attended, the number of delegates in attendance was 54: the number in the two assemblies which met last spring was 467. The number of synods whea I entered the ministery was 7; the number now, as reported to the last assemblies, is 51. The number of Presbyteries when I commenced my ministry was 31; now it is 254. The number of ministers in the Presbyterian church then was 370; now it is 3,765. The number of churches then was 674; now it is 4,637; and the number ef communicants then was 17,871; now it is 366 _. SSI_; according to this statement the synods have been multiplied seven times: the Presbyteries eight times; the ...

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 — 1 November 1860

The New York Observer has an excellent article against ministerial financial speculations. It concludes as follows: When ministers are successful in speculations, they are not better men for it! It is not in the order of God's Providence or grace that ministers of the Gospel should be immersed in the world; where the treasure is, tbere is the heart; and if ministers are making money, they fiud that moneymakiag turns away their thoughts from their work. Prudence dictates that they provide for old age, and sickness, and a dependent family, and this may be done by the ordinary, safe and legitimate investments that never disturb the mind, but promise permanent security. Speculation is akin to gambling, often leads to it, always excites the mind, often proves disastrous, and in nine cases out often, if not in ninety-nine cases out of every hundred, where clergymen have gone into it, they have came out of it like tho priest in the house that _Jaci built, "all shaven and shorn."

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 1 November 1860

PHILADELP HIA ASB READING RAILROAD. (REDUCTION OF PASSENGER FARES, ON AND AFTER MONDAY, APRIL 3, I860 COMMUTATION TICKETS, With 26 Coupons, will be issued between any point* desired, good for the holder and any member of bia familyin any Passenger trainand at any time—at 35 per cent, below the regular fares. Parties having occasion to use the Road frequently on business or pleasurewill find the above arrangement convenient and economical; as Four Passenger trains run daily each way between Reading and Philadelphia, and Two Trains daily between Reading, Pottsville aa& Harrisburg. On Sundays, only one morning train Down, and one afternoon train Up, runs between Pottsville and Philadelphiaand no Passenger train on the Lebanon Valley Branch Railroad. For the above Tickets, or any information relating thereto, apply to S. Bradford, Esq., Treasurer.Philadel. phia, to the respective Ticket Agents on the line, or to G. A. NICOLLS, General Sup't. March 27, I860.—mar28-dtf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 1 November 1860

TT P TOWN! PATENT W E I G H CARTS. Fo r the convenience of my numerous up town customersI have established, in connection with my old yard, a Branch Coal Yard opposite North street, in a line with the Pennsylvania canal, having the office formerly occupied by Mr. R. Harris, whore consumers of Coal in that vicinity and Yerbeketown can receive their Coal by the PATENT WEIGH CARTS, - WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE FOR HAULING And in any quantity they may desire, as low aa can be purchased anywhere. FIVE THOUSAND TONS COAL ON HAND, Of LYKENS VALLEY and WILKESBARRE, all sizes. |jj_* Willing to maintain fair prices , but unwilling to be undersold by any parties. |p* All Coal forked np and delivered clean and free from all impuritiesand the best article _minfed. Orders received at either Yard will be promptly filled, nd all Coal delivered by the Patent Weigh Carts. Coal sold by Boat, Car load, single, half or third of tons. _Md by the bushel. JAMES M. WHEELER. Harrisburg, October 13, I860.—octl5 ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 1 November 1860

Another Forgery.—The following appeared among the telegraphic dispatches in the daily papers of yesterday morning: Lexington , Ky.; Oct. 30, 1860. Vice President Breckinridge authorizes the announcement that the letter published over his signature, purporting to be addressed to Dr. J. T. P. Cohoon, Elizabeth City, N. C, under date of the 5th inst., is a forgery. He has written no such letter. With this dispatch staring him in the faee, the renegade of the Telegraph writes an article just as emphatic as if he had never seen the dispatch announcing the letter as a forgery! We shall see whether he has enough of the commodity known as conscience lofc to correct the statement, or whether he will persist in it that Mr. Breckinridge did write such a letter.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 1 November 1860

_TJ L. GODBOLD, Practical Tuner [I* and Repairer or PIANOS, MEL0DE0N8. &c,. &c. Orders in future must be left at WM. BINOCHE' MUSIC STORE, 92 Market street, or at BUEHLER'S HOTEL. All orders left at the above-named places will meet with prompt attention. First class PIANOS for sale. Bepl8-dly "DBNJAMIN PINE , _^ ARCHITECTURAL WOOD TURNER REAR OF 426 AND 428 WALNUT STBBET . ' PHIL ADELPHIA. '_^ Every description of CARPENTERS* AND BTTTT_/n ERS' TURNING executed with neatness and dispatch WINDOW, DOOR AND SASHCIRCVLAR MOVZn INGS of every PATTERN, from four inches up to nin» feet diameter, TURNED to order, in the neatest _nt_^i_* STABLE AND HITCniNG POSTS, VENEERED ANT> PLAIN NEWELLS, STAIR BALUSTERS of _ererr kind kept constantly on Laud , and on the moBt _reasonabl _^ terms- aul7-d2_^ '

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 1 November 1860

" Hallow Eve."—Last night was "hallow e'en," the time when rowdies are disposed to indulge in innoeent recreation. To what extent they carried their waggish propensities last evening, we are not prepared to say at the time we write this. The custom used to be to throw grains of corn against exposed windows, pelt doors with _cabbage stalks, and remove portable property. This always was a custom ?' more honored in the breach than the observance," and we are pleased to notice that it has fallen into disuse, as an old fogy relic of the fast men of a past age.

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 1 November 1860

nery. _ «. a of Tows. —Mayor _Kepaer has been absent from tf>« «**for a day °r iv ° ' tut _WU1 ** at M8 post again to-day. _^ Since the erection of the first Methodist church 5n America, in _17G0, there have been 14,000 erected—an average of three a week. In Tows.—Oar former fellow-citizens, Captain Sam Wilt and Samuel Rhinehart, Esq., are here on a visit. Both of the ducks are looking remarkably well.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 1 November 1860

Hin* to American Telegraph Companies.— The Magnetic Telegraph Company of Great Britain are iow issuing small adhesive stamps for franking messages throughout their lines in the United Kingdom. The system is precisely similar to the postage stamp system. A message can be written wherever convenient, and after affixing the necessary stamp, it can be sent either by post or messenger to the nearest magnetic telegraph station, and thence forwarded to its destination. There is said to be a. liberal discount on these stamps, in order to assist in bringing them into general use_.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 1 November 1860

_Fashionable Shoes for Ladies.—There are several novelties in this department of the toilette this fall. There is a shoe with lappels that may be turned down from the delicate ankle for the house, or may closely encase it for the street. There is a quilted carriage shoe of all colors, bound with velvet. Balmoral boots, that lace, maintain their hold upon the affection, and are universally worn. Of toilette slippers there is an infinite variety. Bridal slippers of kid and satin, with rosettes that alone are worth $1.25, are largely sold in New York at $10 the pair.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 1 November 1860

Attempt to Break Jail.—At a late hour on Tuesday evening Martin Wolf, an insane man confined in our prison, made an attempt to escape, whi«h cams very near being successful. When discovered, he had made a considerable opening in the wall of his cell. He was removed to another apartment and heavily ironed.. Wolf has been very troublesome, and exceedingly noisy during the entire summer, and several unsuccessful efforts have been made to have him removed to the Insane Asylum.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 1 November 1860

Ajpfoistmext by thb Mayor.—Isaac S. Waterbury to be Chief of Police, vice Geo. H. Morgan, resigned f The above appointment cannot fail to give entire satisfaction to the community. Mr. W. distinguished himself in the Mexican war, and although he is what is commonly denominated a "shorty," he is pluok, and the roughs will find him an ugly customer to deal with. There is no question but what Isaao will make an attentive and faithful officer. This appointment dates from to-day.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 1 November 1860

Arrested.—Officer Essig yesterday arrested a negro named William Watkins on a charge of striking one O'Rourke, an Irishman. Mr. O'Rourke foiled to sustain the charge, and Watkins was discharged. German _Democratic Me etisg.—The German Democrats will meet at the Hotel of Daniel Wagner, earner of Second and Chesnut Streets, at 7 o'clock. Let there be a general turn out! By order.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 1 November 1860

1860. 1860. _NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY NOTICE. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. ON AND AFTER SUNDAYMAY 27th, I860, the Passenger Trains of the Northern Central Railway wil l leave Harrisburg as follows : GOING SOUTH. EXPRESS TRAIN will leave at 1.40 a.m. ACCOMMODATION TRAIN will leave at..7.30 a. m. MAIL TRAIN will leave at 1.00 p.m.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 1 November 1860

_IMPROMPTC OS THE WlDE A WAKES.— The other night I saw a small procession. Which like a row of street lamps broke loose appeared Brilliant at firstbut tad beyond expression, Its nauseous fumes, which ©n ' ydaylight cleared. _Pevliaps , however , we may read the moral, Whichif we dowe certainly can joke—" _rth "Wide Awakes we'll surely never quarrel, ii ; like their _Bhows, their projects end in smoke. niX _rr_^ie _, AwaJcC8 ' whenever they turn out, ?»«^n_^V. _aiCpR that flam_» "d smoke about, ?Ut •*! Z UnT_™_"* _™" may trace: ' _iTW 5nkth_^ n bettfT tha _» «« other, They black themstlv_^ t)Mt thtjf may call U brother.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 1 November 1860

nHOICE SAUCES! WORCESTERSHIRE, LUCKNOW CHUTNY, CONTINENTAL, SOYER'S SULTANA. ATHENiEUM, LONDON CLUB, SIR ROBERT PEEL, INDIA SOY, ? READING SAUCE, ENGLISH PEPPER SAUCE. For sale by WM. DOCK, Jk., & CO. mylO

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 1 November 1860

&BBXA3 Democratic Mbetihg.—Our German Democratic friends held a very enthusiastic meeting on Tuesday night, at Barnherd's Hotel, passing resolutions adopting the Reading Electoral ticket, and appointing a meeting on this (Thursday) evening, at D. Wagner's Hotel,and a great maB8 meeting on Saturday evening at the Court House.

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 — 1 November 1860

As Error.—Our reporter pro tern, was slightly in error yesterday in regard to the Eintracht party. No disturbance took place till the party was ended, _Nearly all the ladies had left, and the musicians had packed up preparatory to going, when a fight ocenrred between two persons in no way connected -with the Society.

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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