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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

PISH!! FISH!!! MACKEREL, (Nos. 1. 2 and 3.) SALMON, (very superior.) SHAD , (Mess and verr flue.) HERRING, (extra large.) CO»piSH. ePA_. SMOKED HERRING, (extra Digby.) SCOTCH HERRING. nf., v SARDINES AND ANCHOVIES. "r _*ne above we ha*e Mackerel in wholehalfquarter and eighth bhis Herring in WUole and half bbls. - . « ?_iTe n_«W—DIRECT FROM THE FISHERIES, and ¦ will sell them at the lowest market rates. 8e P14 WM_. DOCK, Jr., & CO. _FAMILY BIBLES , from 1$ to $10, A strong and handsomely bound inted on _^ ' with elegant clear new type sold at _mcfaSl SCafeFgBRigCWp _BooTi.t-»re.

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

TlOOK AUCTION. BEN F. FRENCH Will supply his old friends and customers with the following Books at Auction prices: Pacific Railroad, 10 vola., complete, 4 illustrations $24. Japan Expedition, 3 vols.. complete, illustrated and illuminated, $12. Emery ' s Expedition, 2 vols.. complete, illustrated illuminated, $10. Congressional Globe, $1.50 per volume. Waverly Novels, complete, 12 vols., cloth, $10. « " " 27 vols., half calf , $34; &c, &c.&c. All of the above Books I will deliver in Harrisbnrg free of charge. ' BEN F. FRENCH, 278 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. c. febo-dtf

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

| _CHOICE SAUCES J _j WORCESTERSHIRE, LUCKNOW OHUTNY, CONTINENTAL, SOYER'S SULTANA, ATHEN_^UM, LONDON CLUB, SIB, ROBERT PEEL, INDIA SOY, READING SAUCE, ENGLISH PEPPER SAUCE. For sale by WM. DOCK, Jb., & CO. mylO TJO! BOYS AND GIRLS ! BALLS! li Look to your interest. You can buy Bat and Parloj Balls for fire cents, at no2B KELLER'S Drag Store.

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

RATES OS1 ADVERTISING Four lines or leas _cogitate half a square. Ten Hum or more than four, constitute a square. "_¦if-SSfc-'S °"n "-fc:*!£ ««!^_nnth 3.00 « one month. - 3.00 ?h_^onth8 _* . s.oi. « _threemonths. 6.00 «< one_^-... 6.00 « one year 10._«0 trs- _Roainsss _aotises inserted in the _iocai. ootroccor . F'_Jlrriaees and Geathsfive cents pan im for each tefor® _™arr r *s merehant8and others _advertieingby _theyew i_^f_«ite_. is will be offered. VT Tie namberof insertions mast be designated on tfca olfl_^ Marriages and _DeathB will be inserted at th_« same ates*a regular advertisements.

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 — 2 November 1860

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING SUNDAYS EXCEPTE» , 8Y O. BARRETT & CO. . * *hb Daily Patriot and _Unios will be served to Subscribers residing in the Eorough lor six cents per wekc payable to the Carrier. Mail _Eiibscribers, »ou* dollars PER ANNUM. The Weekly will be published as heretofore, semiweekly during the session of the Legislatureand once a week 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 JOB OFFICE, containing a variety of plain and fancy type, unequalled by any establishment in the interior of the State, for which the _patronage of the pablic is BOli cited.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

Ctocri) Stables PITY LITERT STABLES, _* _fi£$t BLACKBERRY ALLEY, _*_7p_^ IN THE REAR OF HERR'S HOTEL. The undersigned has re-commenced the L IVE Rl B _USINESS in his NEW AND SPACIOUS STABLES, located as above, with a large and varied stock of HORSES, CARRIAGES AND OMNIBUSES, ~Wbicb he -will hire at moderate rates octl3-dly F. K. SWARTZ.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

rUST RECEIVED! A FULL ASSORTMENT OF HUMPHREY'S HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS_^ TO WHICH WE IXVITE THE ATTENTION OF THE AFFLICTED! For sale at SCHEFFER-S BOOKSTORE, ap9 No. 18 Market st

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

riOAL! COAL!! COAL!!! The subscriber is 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 the 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 Ms office, corner 1_'ourth and Market streets, or dropped in the Post-office, will be promptly attended to. aull-d3m DAVID M'CORMICK.

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

¥ E W BOOKS! JUST RECEIVED " SEAL AND SAY " by the author of " Wide, Wide World," " Dollars audCents," &c. " HISTORY OF METHODISM,"byA.Stevens,LL.D For sale at SCHEFEERS5 BOOKSTORE ap9 No. 18 Marke st.

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

Faithful unto Death.—Among tuo items of news by the latest foreign arrival is the sad fact that the Naples corresponden t of the London News was killed in the battle of Volturno, while venturiug too far in the discharge of his duties as reporter,

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

OCHEFFER'S Bookstore is the place to _hJJjn yQold Pens—warranted IZELLER'S DRUG STORE is the place XV to bny Patent Medic ;n«i *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

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Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

AFFAIRS IN ITALY From the Baltimore Exchange. The star of Garibaldi is once more in the ascendant. He has not only cast himself loose from all affiliation with the Mazzinian faction, but he has gloriously retrieved his partial defeat at Caserta by a signal victory on the banks of the Volturno. Capua, indeed, still holds out, and the port of Gaeta, which is alo occupied by the loyalists, continues to offer to the fugitive King an outlet of escape whenever his position becomes no longer tenable. The offensive movement by which he sought to recover possession of his Capital was wisely planned and abl y executed. The loyalists were thirty thousand strong, whilst the entire force of the Garibaldians did not number more than fifteen thousand ; and of these, as the event proved, the Sicilian and Neapolitan recruits were not to be depended upon. «' They made a great deal of noise," says an eye-witness, " but they showed but little stomach for fighting." The positions held by the tro...

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

Sectionalism—Lincoln the Candidate of a Sectional Minority. The Republicans profess to see great danger from throwing the election into the House of Representatives. The only danger from such an event would be the defeat of Lincoln, which, however galling to sectionalism, would be gratifying to every national men in the country who loves the whole Union better than any part of 1L If Lincoln should obtain a majority of electoral votes on Tueslay next, he will become the President not only of one section of the Union, but also of a minority of the voters of the country. If a President of the United States was to be chosen by a direct vote of the people, there would not now be the most remote prospect of Lincoln's election. The citizens Of the Southern States will vote against him in a solid body; while in the North he will have arrayed against him a very large minority of the people. In the aggregate, the suffrages of the citizens of the United States will be against him. It is ...

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 — 2 November 1860

mm _libmxtimntniB. BO ARDING.—A number of Gentlemen can be accommodated with good Boarding at Mrs. SANDJSKS', Locust street, between Second and Third. no2-2td. FOR RENT.—A Large Room in the Brick Building on Market street, below Fifth. Has been used the last five years foran "Odd Fellows ' Lodge. " Apply to [nov2-6td#] J. R. EBY. WANTED—5,G00 pounds OLD COPPER, for which we will pay the very highest Market price in cash , at the EAGLE WORKS_, nol-dlm O R S A L E—A Light Spring One-Horse WAGON. Apply at Patterson's Store, Broad street, West Harrisburg. oc31-dtf MACHINE.SEWING.—Machine Sew- JJ1. ing done in the best manner, promptly and on the most reasonable terms. Inquire at HOLMAN'S, four doors above Market in Fourth street, or two doors from the Bethel Church. oc30-6t* \TEW YORK SEEDLESS PLUMS ±\ For sale by [oc26] WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO. "DURLINGTON HERRING! ±J Just received by WM. DOCK, Jk, & CO. oc26 XTRA Sugar Cured Hams, For sale by [oct26.] WM. DOCK, J...

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

QENERAL NEWS The London Court Journal says:—A divorce case, under peculiar circumstances, is likely to attract public attention. A lady, belonging to a distinguished family, long hesitated between two eligible suitors; she at length selected one of them and was married, but soon fancied she made a wrong selection, and eloped with her rejected suitor. Proceedings were instituted, and she was among the first to avail herself of Sir Cresswell Cresswell's process of "Freedom made Easy,"by marrying her guilty partner; but she seems scarcely to know her own mind, for she has since re-eloped with her first husband. Casuists are puzzled as to which she may be disposed to like best. The Portland Advertiser tells a story of one of the sailors of the _Brilish squadron who deserted from his vessel. It seems that twelve years ago, he left his home in Maine, and while in England got drunk and was " pressed" on board of a John Bull frigate. His plea that he was an American only caused a cl...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

LATEST BY TELEGRAPH LATER FROM EUROPE. Father Point, November 1. The Steamer Bohemian has passed here, with Liverpool dates of Thursday, the 18th ult.— Italian affairs are unchanged. Liverpool, Oct. 18th.-Cotton has an advancing tendency. All descriptions of breadstuffs have also advanced. Provisions are St( The steamship Bohemian's dates by telegraph via Queenstown, are to Friday npon. When she left Liverpool there was great rejoicing, consequent on the opening of a splendid free library, presented to the town by William Brown. Business was generally suspended. The Oueen had returned to Windsor Castle from her visit to her daughter, with recovered liMlth. _ . _. The Times' Paris correspondent says tlife departure of the Pope's nuncio from Rome was considered a forerunner of the pope's quitting Rome. Tbe same authority says that seldom has the spirit of hostility been so general in the Church of France, never so boldly displayed. The pastoral circularsallocutions and)sermons...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

Thackeray and his Troubles—Thorns in the Cushion of an Editor's Chair.—Now that Mr. Thackeray has got a magazinesays the London Critic, he is determined that nothing he has done shall be wasted. The " Roundabout Paper" is, undoubtedly, the best of the editor's contributions, because the freshest and most suited to the feelings of the moment. In the present one he dwells upon the griefs of editorship. "The Thorns in the Cushion" of the editor 's chair. There is the sad pleading letter begging for employment for charity 's sake, and accompanying the weak effusions that are quite useless. What editor has not received such, and has not been compelled to return the inevitable answer? Now you see what I mean by a thorn. Here is the case put with true female logic: "lam poor; lam good; lam ill; I work hard; I have a sick mother and hungry brothers and sisters dependent on me. You can help us if you will." And then I look at the paper, with the thousandth part of a faint hope that i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

%_\t latriot & Item NATIONAL .DEMOCRATIC _NOMINATIONS. FOR PRESIDENT, JOHN C. BBECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, JOSEPH LANE, OF OREGON. * # The Constitution and the Equality of the States ! These abb symbols of everlasting union. Let these be the rallying cries of the people.— J. C- BRECKINRIDGE. « * Instead of breaking tip the Union, ire intend to Itrengthen and to lengthen it. "—J. C. Breckixridge_. " We know no section as distinct from the other; we know the Constitution and the States under it, and their rights as guaranteed under that instrument." — Jqseph FRIDAY MORNING, NOV. 2,1860 •. BARRETT & THOMAS C. MaoDOWELL, Publishers and Proprietors. Communications will not he published in the Patriot An> TJaiOX unless accompanied with the name of the tatfcor. S. M. PETTENGIIil- & CO., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau street. New York ana 10 State streetBostonare the Agents for the Patriot ABB Uhion, and the most influential and l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 November 1860

Editorial Conflict—High Words and Dirks. Two editors recently indulged in a fight at Savannah (Mo.) The origin of the difficulty was polities. The Savannah Plaindealer of Saturday, 20th inst., was severe and bitter in ifs remarks towards the editor of the Democrat, and early in the morning Mr. Whiraker, the editor of the Plaindealer, filled his arms with mail matter and started for the post office.— Some obstruction in the doorway of the post office caused him to look in at the window of the post office, and while so doing, and when loaded down with mail matter, Mr. Welch made an assault upon him from behind. Whitaker was somewhat surprised, being ignorant of the presence of his antagonist, and did not know who his assailant was until he had been struck two or three times, when he turned upon Welch. Whitaker dropped his mail upon the pavement and drew a pistol, but owing to his proximity and his antagonist being on his back, he was unable to use it. Welch got hold of the pistol ...

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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