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

^^_ _jatoMarm "_^ _^ A SUPERLATIVE TONIC, DIURETIC, 4 _%n Dvs ptrg ^~ — AMD" Pi«nN& CORDIAL TO THE CITIZENS OF NEW JERSEY AND PENNSYLVANIA, APOTHECARIES, DRUGGISTS, GROCERS AND PRIVATE FAMILIES. WOLFE'S PURE COGNAC BRANDY. WOLFE'S PURE MADEIRA, SHERRY AND PORT WINE. WOLFE'S PURE JAMAICA AND ST. CROIX RUM. W0LFE5 PUBE SCOTCH AND IRISH WHISKY. ALL IN BOTTLES. I beg leave to call the attention of the citizens of the United States to the above Wines and Liquors, imported by Udolpho Wolfe, of New York, whose name is familiar in every part of this country for the purity of his celebrated Schiedam Schapps. Mr. Wolfein his letter to me, speaking of the purity of his Winbs and Liquors, says: "I will stake my reputation as a manmy standing as a merchant of thirty years' residence in the City of New York, that all the Brandt and Wises which I bottle are pure as imported, and of the best quality, and can be relied upon by every purchaser. " Every bottle has the proprietor's name on ...

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

A Black Republican Fraud.—On Wednesday last, on information of officer A. J. Wickert, Conrad Miller was bound over to take his trial at the next sessions for illegal voting at the late election. The proof of his doing so consists in the fact that be never took out his final naturalization papers until Monday last. As frauds of this kind were no doubt extensively perpetrated throughout the State in order to give Curtin the large majority he received, and as it will no doubt be repeated again on Tuesday next we caution our Democratic friends to be on their guard . The following section of the law provides for the punishment of such offenders: "97. If any person, not by law qualified, shall fraudulently vote at any election within this Commonwealth, or being otherwise qualified, shall vote out of his proper district, or if any person knowing the want of such qualification, shall aid or procure such person to vote , the person or persons so offending, shall, on conviction, be fined ...

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

3_to _tfontroctora. A RMY SUPPLIES—LEATHEJR Aninr Clothing and Equipage Office, > PhiladelphiaOctober 27,1860. J SEALED PROPOSALS are invitedand will be _recei ved at this office _\intiljl2 o'clock. SI., of Monday, the nineteenth of November next, for furnishing, by contract, Leather of the best quality and kind, as hereinafter specified ; to be delivered at the U. S. Army Clothing and Equipage Depot, (Sckuylkill Arsenal.) in quantities as may he _required. 0,000 Sides of Wax _uppnr Leather, oalv tanned, from _slaughter hides, shaved, per square foot. 100.000 pounds of Solo Leather, oak tanned, from Buenos Ayres or La Plata Hides, per pound. 7.000 pounds Welt Leather, oak tanned, from slaughter hides, per pound. 1,000 Sides, Black Bridle Leather, eak tanned, from slaughter hides, shaved, per square foot. 100 Sides llusset Bridle Leather, of the same kind and description, per fquare foot. 1,500 foot of Vizor Leather, japanned on both sides—one black the other green—per...

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

LETTER FROM ALTOONA Correspondence of the Patriot an! Union. Altoona, Oct. 30, I860. Messrs Editors :—A coal mining company in the Allegheny coal region have for years been in the habit of paying their laborers in goods, of which frequent complaint has been made by the miners. Previous to the late State election , they, the laborers, were promised that if they would vote for Curtin they should thereafter be paid half money and half goods. _^_The proposition was accepted, but the firm failing to pay any money, a strike was the consequence—and a riot being anticipated this (Tuesday) morning, two volunteer companies, accompanied by the sheriff of Blair county, proceeded to the mines to quell the anticipated riot. Up till now (10 o'clock, p. m.) we have heard no news from the seat of war. Is comment necessary ? If so, you may make it. I will not;, but it; is easy to see by this what base means were resorted to in order to carry the election for the Black Republicans. Yours, J. K...

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

....... jCtnegj _rfjfrgg_^ PENNSYLVANIA RAILKOAD FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO & FROM PHILADELPHIA. The Bridge at Conewago having heen re-built, the Passenger Trains of the _PeunsylvaniaRailroad Company will resume their former route. On and after MONDAY, OCTOBER 15t«, 1S00, they will depart from and arrive at _HarrisLurg and Philadelphia as follows: EASTWARD. THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves HarrisVjrg- at 1.15 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.10 a. m. FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 6.15 a. id., every day except Monday, arrives at West Philadelphia at 10.00 a.m. MAIL TRAIN leaves Ilarrisburg at 1.00 p. m., arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.00 p. m. These Trains make close connection at Philadelphia with the New York Lines. MT. JOY ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, No. 1, leaves 6.50 a. in., Mt. Joy at 8.02 , and connects at Lancaster at 8.50 with LANCASTER TRAIN, arriving at West Philadelphia at 12.10 f. m. HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN leaves at at 3.50 p. m., Columbia at 5.15,...

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

TT WILL PAY YOU TO READ THIS IT WILL PAY YOU! T O OBSERVE WHAT I SAY!! IT WILL PAY YOU FOR A VISIT TO « HARRISBURGr!!! TO SEE AND MAKE YOUR PURCHASES FROM THE LARGE, HANDSOME and fashionable stock op ready made clothing, cloth, cassimeres, vestings and gents' furnishing goods now exposep at the well known arcade, no. 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 CUTTiSR AND TAILOR, I AM NOW READY TO MAKE CLOTHING TO ORDER IN THE MOST FASHIONABLE STYLE. I WARRANT A FIT OR NO SALE. Oct6-d4m f~ YKENS VALLEY NUT COAL.— \j JuBtreceived, afull supply of S. M. CO.'S LYKENS VALLEY NUT COAL, for sale by mar7 JAMES M. WHEELER

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

SOOTHIN G SYRUP, FOR CHILDREN TEETHING, which greatly facilitates the process of teething, by softening the gums, reducing all inflammation—will allay ALL PAIN and spasmodic action, and is SURE TO REGULATE THE BOWELS. Depend upon it mothers, it will give rest to yourselves, and RELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS. We have put up and sold this article for over ten years, and CAN SAY , IN CONFIDENCE AND TRUTH of it, what we have never been able to say of any other medicine—NEVER HAS IT FAILED. IN A SINGLE INSTANCE, TO EFFECT A CUREwhen timely used. Never did we know an instance of dissatisfaction by any one who used it. On the contrary, all are delighted with its operations, and speak in terms of commendation of its magical effects and medical virtues. We speak in this matter » WHAT WE DO KNOW, " after ten years' experience, AND PLEDGE OUR REPUTATION FOR THE FULFILLMENT OF WHAT WE HERE DECLARE. In almost every instance where the infant is suffering from pain and exhaustion, relief wil...

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

New Railroad.—The grading of the Ebensburg and Cresson railroad has been completed to the east end of Ebensburg. The liberality of the citizens and the energy of the officers certainly deserve the highest commendation. It was a great undertaking for a town with only 1,000 inhabitants ever to attempt to make a railroad of ten miles in length j yet the attempt was made, and the road is so far completed that the cars will be running on part of it before the New Year. The Pennsylvania Central Railroad Company has agreed to commence the laying of the track by the 15th of this month. Arrests.—On Wednesday officer Fleck arrested a man named Jack Fool, a stranger in the city, for being drunk and disorderly, and landed him in jail. Yesterday he arrested a young black scamp in Tanner's alley, named Charles Duff, the principal in an assault with clubs on one Joseph Parker. Held to bail for trial. On yesterday he also arrested three young darkies—Frank White, Caleb _Ennis and Cassius Mars, ...

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

Local Xews.—There was a terrible dearth in the local news department yesterday. We could not pick up anything of any consequence in our exchange papers, and for finding anything to write about, that was totally out of the question. A Strike.—The coal miners en the Allegheny mountain, in the employ of Watson, Deniston & Co., have made a strike for cash payments. They refuse to go to work themselves, and are trying to prohibit others from taking their places. Lodgers.— Three able-bodied men were turned out of the l°ck-uP yesterday morning. They were from Philadelphia, on their way to Carlisle, probably to enlist in the army, were out of spondu-Yix, and forced to lodge at the expense of the city. LOCAL N2V8- _~ t» ~i.it and Union may be had at streets. -• Kfcciox. The Daily Patriot and be SIP _°7 Dauphin subscribers, every Union caa _^ iodical store of J. S. Fraim. _morning ya-L * _ _^ , u Stoddakd will open, on Thursday, Kovemlr_" jV t; an assortment of Fall and Winter...

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

Cellar Walls and Floors.—Most cellars are built without adequate provision being made for keeping moisture from passing through the walls from the outside, and up through the earthen floors inside during rainy weather. The cellar of a house should be dry, so as to render it comfortable and healthy, as moisture in the lower part of a dwelling generally makes the upper stories damp and chilly, and causes mildew in clothes, books, and all household articles made of cloth and leather. Cellars can be easily built so as to have dry walls, and hard, dry floors 5 and the latter are invaluable to prevent rats from burrowing, as well as dampness from coming up from the soil beneath. To render the cellar walls dry, they should be coated on the outside with hydraulic cement, mixed with sand. Houses in our cities have their cellar walls thus treated in many instances, but their floors are neglected. To make a cement floor the surface should first be rammed down and leveled ; then hydraulic c...

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

Oil _Excitemkst at Tidioute.—New discoveries of valuable oils wells at Tidioute are being made nearl y every day, says the Warren Ledger. Everybody seems to be carried away in the whirl of excitement, and this section of the State is destined to rival California in its palmiest days. The centre of excitement is around Tidioute Island, at present. This Island contains some four acres, and, until within a few months was considered of no value j consequently u remained in the possession of the Commonwealth till the time mentioned, when a citizen of Warren took out a patent for it at the land office at Harrisb urg. Some valuable wells have been found upon the Island, and the "squatters" nave taken possession of all the adjacent bars and shoal places iu this river. The owners of the Island complain that this cordon of derricks surrounding their property, i3 an infringement upon their personal rights, and the whole affair is likely to prove an innumerable number of law-suits, if not t...

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

The New Chief op Police.—Isaac S. Waterbury, the newly appointed Chief of Police, we are informed, will enter upon the discharge of his duties next Monday. The appointment gives general satisfaction, the prevailing opinion being that Mr. Waterbury will make an excellent officer. Returned.—The Mayor returned from his gunning expedition on Wednesday evening. The weather wa3 against him to all intents and purposes, and he had but a few hours shooting during the two days he was absent. He bagged thirtyone partridges. A Fatal Accident.—Mr. Mclntosb, of Newry, Blair county, was killed last week on the railroad near Sonman. Mr. Mclntosh was walking through a deep cat on the road when the Eastern and Western trains were passing at that point. He attempted to escape by stooping down, but was struck by the passing cars and instantly killed. State Cafttaii Hotel.—Col. Omit has put the State Capital Hotel in repair for the winter campaign. Many of the rooms have been newly papered and paint...

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

SANFORD S MILY CATHARTIC PILLS, COMPOUNDED FROM . Pure Vegetable Extracts, and put up m Glata Cases, Air Tight, and will keep many climate. h _%hr_^SL«v r Lreh a_^ _^ _StSSS from tho * who ha _~ eM S_^ea the J PILLS, and the satisfac-SittfeS- M Xntn_^n*" SmsSSss * _swss _cathartiw Th_? Fa13£* V- THARTIC PILL ha*, with due reference to this well _ertablished fact, been ty of the _q wnrpounded fron_.awne- _^ purest Vegetable _K_»t,ant_« which act alike M on every partkof the alimeSy _SLl and are _^ good and sa_'fe in all _^Bes_^he rVa Cathartic is t_* neededsuch as Deran s e m e n t s of the q# Stomach, Sleepiness, Pains in the Back and LoinsCostiveness, Pain and Sor_«- <j ness over the whole body from sudden cold , ^* which frequently, if neglected, end in a long _u course of FeverLoss of App et_«»e)a Creeping >H Sensation of Cold over the body, Rest- _ _lessness, Hzadaohb, 01 uruiGHTiNTHB Hbad, all 6* INFLAMMATORY DISEASES, Worms in Chil- dren or Adults, Rheu...

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

Shortest in Distance and Quickest in Time BETWEEN THE TWO CITIES OF NEW YORK AND HARRISBUHG, VIA READING, ALLENTOWfl AND _EASTOSj MORNING _EXPRESS, West, leaves New York at 6 a. in., arriving at Harrisburg at 12.45 noon, on. _' y 6_# hours between the two cities. MAIL LINE leaves New York at 12.00 nooD , and arj rives at Harrisburg at 8.30 p. m. MORNING MAIL LINE, East, leaves Harrisburg at 8.00 a. m., arriving at New York at 4.30 p. m. AFTERNOON EXPRESS LINE, East, leaves Harrisburg at 1.15 p. m., _aprivis_._^ at New York at 9.00 p. m. Connections are made _i.:. Harrisburg at l.OOp. m. with the Passenger Trains in each direction on the Pennsylvania, Cumberland Valley and Northern Central Railroads All Trains connect at Reading with Trains for Pottsvitle and Philadelphia, and at Allentown for ilauofa Chunk, Easton, i-c. No change of r.issengev Cars or Baggage between New York ana Harritwurg, by the 0.00 a. m. Line from New York or the 1.15 p. m. from Ilarrisburg. For beauty of s...

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

SANFORD'S LIVER _INVIGORATOR, NEVER J9EBIJL.itATES. TT is compounded entirely from Gums* and ha J_ become an established fact, a Standard Medicine, known and approved by all that -J ; haveusedit,andisnowre sorted to with confidence K \ in all the diseases forwhicb it is recommended. Q It has cured thousands _ within the last two years who had given up all hopes C_^ of relief, as the numerous unsolicited certificates in _^J my possession show. The dose must be adapted _^ to the temperament of to e individual taking it, and pi used in such quantities as to act gently on thebowels. _, _ Let the dictates of your W judgment guide yon in the use of the LIVER IN- rH VIGORATOR, and it will cure Liver Com- _JL plaints. Billi us At tacks, Dyspepsia, r1 Chronic Diarrhoea, Summer Com- _^ plaints, DysenteryDropsy, Sour |_ Stomach, H bitnal CostivenessChoi- _H ic, Cholera, Cholera MorbusCholera m Infantnm, Flatulence, Jaundice, Female Weakneses« and may be used sue- __. _cessfully as an Ordin...

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

PHILADELPHIA AND READING RAILROAD SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. ON AND AFTER MAY 28,1860, TWO PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE HARRISBURG DAILY, (Sundays _excopted,) at 8.00 A. M., and 1.15 P. M., for Philadelphia, arriving there at 1.25 P.M., and 6.16 P.M. * RETURNING, LEAVE PHILADELPHIA at 8.00 A.M. and 3.30 P.M., arriving at Harrisburg at 12 45 noon and 8.30 P. M. FARES:—To Philadelphia, No. 1 Cars, 83.23; No. 2, (in same train) $2.70. FARES:—To Reading $1.60 and $1.30. At Reading, connect with trains for _Pottsvifl>, Minersville, Tamaqua, Catawissa, &c. FOUR TRAINS LEAVE READING FOR PHILADELPHIA DAILY, at 0 A. M., 10.45 A.M., 12.50 noon and 3.43 P. M. LEAVE PHILADELPHIA. FOR BEADING at .0 . M., 1.00 P. M., 3.30 P. M., and 5.00 P. M. * FARES:—Reading to Philadelphia, SI.76 and $1.45. THE MORNING TRAIN FROM HARRISBURG CONNECTS AT READING with up train for _Wilkeebarre Pittston and Scranton. For through tickets and other information apply to 3. J. CLYDE, my24-dtf General Agent. ...

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

Last Grand Rally op the Bell and Everett Club.—A meeting of the Constitutional Union Club, of this city, will be held at the office of Col. John Roberts, in Chesnut street between Second and Third, on Saturday evening, _November 3, 1S60. All persons favorable to the election of John Bell, of Tennessee, and Edward Everett, of Massachusetts, for President and Yice President of the United States, are cordially invited to be present. By order of the President, E. W. Shell, Sec'y ArrLES.—We acknowledge the receipt, by the Adams Express, of a barrel of apples, of the variety generally known as pound apples—not very prime for cooking, but as excellent article for eating, as the four juveniles who have had the run of the barrel for the last three days, will probably readily testify. The apples were raised in Bedford county, and sent us from Hollidaysburg, where they sell for 50 cents a bushel. The man from Bradford disposed of his entire lot—3,000 bushels—on Tuesday last.

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

_T> ARE CHANCE FOR INVESMENT SALE OF VALUABLE HOTEL PROPERTY IN THE CITY OP HARRISEURG. That well-known and valuable hotel property known as the "SUSQUEHANNA HOUSE," now in the occupancy of Wm. Mocherman, situate on the east end of Market street, and immediately opposite the Pennsylvania Railroad Depot, will be offered at PRIVATE SALE until the 4th of December next, and if not sold before that time, will be put up at Public Auction on that day. This is the most desirable property in the city of Harrisburg for hotel business. Its proximity to the Pennsylvania Railroad Depot, and the depot of all the railroads centreing at Harrisburg, makes it more convenient and accessible to the traveling public than any other Hotel in the city. Further information in regard to this property and as to the terms of sale, may be had by applying to WM. H. MILLER, Attorney-at-:ftaw, North corner Market Square, (Wyeth's Building.) second story front. oct2-fl&wts

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

NOTICE.—A parochial residence being about to be erected With St. Patrick's Churchthe Rev. P. Maher offers for sale the place wherein he re-Bides. Application tp Rev. P.MAHERor Major BRADY. May 3,1800.—my4-cltf TOR RENT—A Commodious Two-Story J. DWELLING HOUSE, (in Second streetbelow Pine,) with wide Hall, large Back Building, Marble Mantels in Parlors, Gas in six rooms, all the rooms just papered and painted. The second story divided into seven room?, one of which is a Bath. This, in connection with the fact that the house has just been placed in the most thorough repair, makes it one of the most desirable houses in the city. Enquire of E. M. POLLOCK, apl9 , Market Square, Harrisburg. TOR SALE—A Vacant Lot of Ground, J. situated in the borough of Harrisburg, adjoining the corner lot of the northwest corner of Second and State streets. The lot has a front of 66 feet. For particulars enquire of [jan20-dtf] E.C.WILLIAMS. FOR RENT—Two BRICK TWOSTORY HOUSES on Pine street, between Se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 2 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 sells 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 a pair; 10 dozen Gent's All-Linen Pocket Handkerchiefs with Colored Borders, very fine, 31 cents; good Merino Undershirts and Drawers, at 65 and 75 cents a piece. A lot of beautiful Traveling Baskets. Best Calicoes, 10 cents, warranted fast colors. Please call at Lewy's, at the old stand of John Rhoads, Esq., deceased. tf.

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