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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

pOAL! CO AL! ! COAL!!! The subscriber i_.s prepared at all times to deliver to the citizens of Harrisburg the different kinds and sizes of LYKENS VALLEY, PINE GROVE AND WILKES BARRE COAL, weighed on tho CITY WEIGH CART at the consumer's door, and full weight guaranteed Prices as low as at any regular yard in the city. Orders left at his office, corner Fourth and Market streets, or dropped in the Post-office, will be promptly attended to. aull-d3m DAVID M'CORMICK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

n_±» a o l t> t iu ai i jn a . I C.F.VOLLMEE. I* brepared to do all kinds of work in the UiPHO L STER ING B US TNE SS. Paysjparticular attention to MAKING AND TUTTING DOWN CARPETS. MAKING AND REPAIRING MATTRAS8ESREPAIRING FURNITUkE. &c. &c. He can bt* found at all times at his _residence, in the rear of the WillUm Tell House, corner of Raspberry and Blackberr . vjalleys _sep29-dly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

JfltsttUaneoit0. _T_? R A N K A M Ij R _iT A Y JL ¦ ; _Successor to Wm. _Parkhill, UTTER Y & EXCHANGE STABLE THIRD STREET BELOW MARKET.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

MEW BOOKS! JUST RECEIVED " SEAL AND SAY" by the author of " Wide, Wide World," " DoL'ars and Cents," &c. " HISTORY OF METHODISM,"by A.Stevens,LL.D. For sale at SCHEFFERS' BOOKSTORE ap9 No.l8Marke st.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

TNSTRUCTION IN MUSIC F. W. WEBER, nephew and taught by the well rev membered late F. W. Weber, of Harnsburg, is prepared •to give lessons in music upon the PIANO, VIOLINCELLO VIOLIN and FLUTE. He will give lessons at his residence, corner of Locust street and River alley or at the homes of pupils. au25-d6m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

THB Fruit Growers' Handbook—bj WARING—wholesale and retail at mch31 SCHRFFBR'S Bookstore.. _CPBRM CANULES.—A large supply \J just received by _sepl8 WM. DOOK. J_«M&i!5L_

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

IF you are in want of a Dentifrice go to KELLER'S, 01, Market rt.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

HAMLIN'S TARIFF RECORD We call the attention of our readers, especially of those who have heretofore placed implicit comfidencs in the representations made by the Black Republican papers, that Mr. Hamlin, the Republican candidate for Vice President, is a protective tariff man, to the fallowing record, which will decide the question : Congressional Globe, Vol. 13, pp. 99, Jan. 3, 1844. The following resolution was offered by Mr. Black, of Georgia, (so-called Southern Loco Foco Free Trader, j for which Mr. Hamlin voted. Was lost. Resolved, That tbe Committee of Ways and Means be instructed to report a bill, as soon as practicable, revising the present tariff, and imposing duties on imports on the principle of revenue only. Mr. Hamlin voted for a, similar resolution on the next day, see page 102. Was _defeated again. April 9, see page 495, dodges a vote on the tariff question. April 10, see page 503, dodged again on the tariff question. April 15, see Vol. 13, (Appendix) page...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

GENERAL NEWS Explosion and Death _bT Ethereal Oil.— A terrible accident _hanBen_^d, on the 5th inst., on the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, alittle ways above Hancock, causing the death of a boatman named George Patterson. He was, it appears, filling an ethereal lamp, when it exploded, burning him most horribly, and causing his death the next day. Tbe William sport (Md.) Ledger says his face was fairty charred; the oil run into his ears, aud the fire followed; his chest was burned into a crisp, and the sinews laid bare on his roasted arms. He leaves a wife and child. Ox Teams.—Horses and mules have most generally taken the place of oxen in this part of tbe country, but the farmers of New England continue to use ox teams to a considerable extent. At an agricultural exhibition in Bristol county, Mass., last week, there were present between sixty and seventy yoke of oxen, fifty of which were entered for tbe plowing and drawing matches, and are described as eplendid teams. The advan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

_T> E M O V _ A L . JOHN W. GLOVER, MERCHANT TAILOR, Has removed to 60 MARKET STREET, Where he will be pleased to see all bis friends* oct8-dtf TT WILL PAY YOU TO READTHIS_. I* WILL PAY YOU 10. OBSERVE WHAT I SAY f IT WILL PAY YOU FOR A TT8IT TO HARRISBURG!!! TO SEE AND MAKE YOUR PURCHASES FROM THE LARGE, HANDSOME AND FASHIONABLE _STOOK OF READY MADE CLOTHING, CLOTH, CASSIMERESi VESTINftS AND • GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS NOW EXPOSED AT THE WELL KNOWN ARCADE, Tf 0. 3 JONES ROW. AVAILING MYSELF OF THE ADVANTAGES WHICH READY CASH PRESENTS, I OFFER ALL GOODS AT 10 PER CENT. CHEAPER THAN ANY OTHER HOUSES. CHAS. S. SEGELBAUM. P. S.—HAVING SECURED A FIRST RATE CUTTjSR AND TAILOR,,. I AM NOW READY TO MAKE CLOTHING TO ORDER IN THE MOST FASHIONABLE STYLE. I WARRANT A FIT OR NO SALE. ool6-(_34m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

A Premium for mob .Law. m. The Ottawa rescue case, in Illinois, is well _^remembered. The fugitive slave '-Jim" was " forcibly taken from the custody of the U. S, Marshal by a mob, among whom two men named Hossack and Stout were prominent actors. The two latter were subsequently committed to jail, where they are now serving out their ten days' imprisonment, Judge Drummond, of the V. S. District Court, having attached a Tery trivial penalty to an aggravated offence, probably to avoid action which might have been attributed to vindictive motives. Observe, now, how partisan influences are immediately hrought to bear to defeat the ends of justice and bring the law into contempt, by extending aid and encouragement to these so-called •' martyrs." The Mayor of the city, who is also a prominent Kepnblican editor, at once proceeds to raise the sum of $1,600 67. wherewith to pay the fines and costs of these men, and secure their release. Bat the facts are better presented in the following...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

Treachery Acknowledged* Since the election Forney's Press, the leading Douglas organ in this State, exults over the defeat of Foster and admits the agency of the straight-out Douglas men in accomplishing that result. In an article deploring the fraud by which Mr. Lehman was cheated out of the return from the First Congressional District, the Press says: "The Republican party have just _achiered a magnificent triumph , and in the joy with which they hail this triumph they have the sympathy of _thousands of honest This is a distinct admission that " thousands "of honest Democrats," like Forney, wlio aroso ready to " sympathize" with the Republicans in their "magnificent triumph," were so very honest and honorable as to vote for Andrew 6. Cuktin and strike down Henry' D. Foster. Democrats committed the fatal mistake of supposing it possible for these men to be sincere in their professions of attachment to Henry D. Foster, but true to their disorganizing instincta they united to acc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

Dr. Brunon's Concentrated Remedies. No. _LfTRE GREAT RBVIVKB, speedily eradicate* all the evil effects of SELP-AHUSW, as Loss of _Memory, Shortness of Breath, GiddineSRPalpitation of the Heart, Dimness of Vision, or any constitutional derangements of the system, brought on by the unrestrained indulgence of the passions. Acts alike on either'»ex. Price One Dollar. No. 2. THE BALM will cure in from two to eight davp , any case of GONOKRHCEais withont taste or smell, and reanires no restriction of action or diec. For either sex. Price One Dollar. ' ' No. 3. THE TEREB will care in the shortest possible time, an? case of GLBkTeven after all other Hennd-e_* have failed to produce the desired effect. No taste or smell. Price One Dollar. No. 4. THB PUNITBR is the only Remedy that will really cure Strictures of the Urethra. No matter of how Jon? standing or neglected the case may be. Price One Dollar. No. 5. THE SOLUTOR will cure any case of GRAVEL , permanently _nnd _speedily remove all a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

An Indication. The Chester and Delaware Congressional District was the only one in the State in which a direct, issue was made between the supporters ofBreekinridge and Douglas. John H. Bb'nton Was nominated as the Breckinridge candidate, and P. Fbazeb. Smith as the Douglas candidate. Thejesult _^ shojrsthejitter insignificance of the _Uouglas party in a county whore *Wy have a straight-out organ, and where they made an open fight. The following is the vote for member of' Congress in Chester county: J_«hn HickmanBeoublican 7193 John H. Brinton, Breckinridge ~ —5,670 _P.?. Smith, Douglas 256 In Delaware county the vote for Brinton exceeds that given to Foster 43 votes; so Smith, the Douglas candidate, was nowhere in the contest. After all the talk of the Douglas men about the immense popularity of their candidate, and the necessity of adhering to him as the regular nominee, it turns out thai he has no strength at all where his claims are subjected to the popular test. The only ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

Failure of tiie Expedition of thb Knights of the Golden Circle.—The Knights of the Golden Circle, who have been so_^ far benighted as to march to Western Texas, have concluded that they have had about as near a view of the elephant as would pay. The Corpus Christi Ranchcro says: " The last detachment of Knights of the Golden Circle that arrived here, instead of going farther towards the ' seat of war,' left, we understand, for their respective homes. Those who went to the Banquette, came back here and did likewise ; and as they performed the trip into the country and back on foot will satisfy the civilian they did not carry bridles with them. "This morning another party of K. G. C, from the States, arrived here. There must be mismanagement-on the part cf the leaders, or else a concentration of force would be better understood." The New Orleans Picayune adds: " Young men at a distance should be cautious how they enter upon Quixotic and desperate expeditions of this kind The whole...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

PITY LIVERY STABLES, *%£_*_£ BLACKBERRY ALLEY, _^_SSp V IN THE REAR OF HEVR 'S HOTEL, The undersigned b«_s rccommen ed the LIVERY BU-IVESS in his NEW AND SPACIOUS STABLES, located as above, witu a large and vari_< d stock of HORSES, CARRIAGES AND OMNIBUSES, Which he will hire at moderate rate*. octl3 _diy 7. K. SWARTZ. TUEW GOODS !— GOODS! GOODS It MRS. E. BRENIZER, CORNER OF STATE AND SECOND STREETS, Has just returned from tbe city with a Handsome assortment of GOODS, among which may be found the following: ¦ ' DELAINES, PLAIDS, PRINCE, WOOL CAPS, LADIES'CO K3KTS, MJBI_\S. _SKELETON SKIRTS, AND A VARIETY OF TRIMMINGS OF ALL _KISDS. Please call and exairine before purchasing tlawhere. LCf* A number of Store Box< s for sale. oct_>l-dlv _pKANBKRRIES!!!—A Splendid Lot V/ just received by octl ° WM. DOCK. Jb., & 00.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

Hero _^ftx)_crtiscm0 N OTICE.—All persons are hereby cautioned against negotiating either of two notes drawn bv myself on or about tbe 9th day <>f An _ust, i860, at 60 and 9<) days, to th_« order of G B CoIm for $105 and $100 respectively, endorsed by J. D Hoffman , _ao ihe samei will not be paid. [ocie-lt] JOHN _WINTER3. A UDITOR'S NOTICE—Whereas, the ty undersigned was ap pointed an auditor by the Court <>f Common Pleas of Dauphin county, in the matter of the account of JOHN A. STEHLEY, assignee of Peter Shent8of Derry township, in said county.which, together with the exceptions t ereto filedw s referred to bimtt auditor. _Noiiceis hereby given to all persons _interested therein, that ho will attend to the dutieB of his appointment at his office in the city of Harrisburg. on MONDAY_, the J2th day of November, 1860. at 10 o-lock A. M. of said day. JOHN H. _BRIGOS, _Anditor. A«Mfi.d5t A UDITOR'S NOTU E—Whereas, the /~\ undersigned was appoint...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

Hamliu and the old Soldiers Congressional Globe, Vol. 26, page 1094. Mr. Hamlin voted against Mr. Brodhead's amendment giving the soldiers of the war of 1812,160 acres of land, which passed however without Ms rote. Vol. 30. page 563. He voted against an amendment, which provided that the surviving soldiers who, in _anjw>f the wars in which this country has been dtiPiged, performed military services against the public enemy, though not Tegularly mustered into the ser7ice of the United States, and the widows and children of such soldiers, shall be entitled to all the benefits of the first section of the Bounty Land Act. This also passed without his Tote. Yeas 26, _aays 18. Page 567. On the final passage of the Bounty Land bill Mr. Hamlin voted against if. The bill mw passed without his vote. Teas 30, nays IK

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 16 October 1860

A Family Feud—Three Men Killed. Van Buren, Ark., October 13. After a regimental muster which was held here to-day, a difficulty occurred, during which three men, Rufus and Jackson, brothers, and Richard Covington, a son of the latter, were killed by two brothers named Silas and Ben. Edwards. Several others were badly cut and injured-on both sides. An old feud existed between the parties, but the Edwardses, who have long been the terror of this part of the State, were the aggressors. While they were trying to make their escape, they were overtaken a short distance from town by the constable and his posse and lodged in the jail. A large crowd nearly succeeded in taking the prisoners from the constable and hanging them upon the street. They afterwards surrounded the jail for that purpose, but were finally pacified. The people are very much excited, and it is feared that the prisoners will yet be lynched. ,The affair was one of the most atrocious that ever occurred here.

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