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

_DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY IN JJ SURANCJS COMPANY. OFFICE, S. E.COR. 1HIRD AND WALNUTSTS ' P HILADELPHIA. Incorporated 1835. Marine Insurance on vessels, cargo and freight, to all parts of the world. Inland Insurance on goods by rivers, canals, lakes and land carriage to all parts of the Union. Fire Insurance on merchandize generally, and on stores, dwelling houses, &c. Assets Of the Company, November 1,185S, _S69S,80420.100 iollara. November 101S58. The Board of Directors have this _daydecl&red a Dividend of Six Per Cent, in Cash,on the Original Capital Stock, and Six Per Cent, on the Scrip of the Company, payable on tnd after 1st proximo. They have also declared a Scrip Dividend of Twenty-Five Per Cent, on the Original Stockand on the Earned Premiums for the year ending October 31,1858Certificates foi which will be issued to the parties entitled to the same, on tnd after the first of December next. Preamble and Resolution adopted by the Board. Whereas, The increas...

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

BKOCLAMATION.—Whereas, the I Honorable John J. Pearson, President of the Court of Common Pleas in the Twelfth Judicial Districtconsisting of the counties of Lebanon and Dauphin, and.the Hon. A. O. Hiestbr and Hon. Felix _Nisslkt, Associate Judges in Dauphin county, having issued their preceptbearing date the 15th day of OctoberI860, to me directedfor holding a Court of Oyer and Teimirier and General Jail Delivery and Quarter Sessions, of the Peace at Harrisburg, for the county of Dauphin, and tor commence on the 3dMonday of November, being thel9i/» day of November 1860, and to continue two weeks. Notice is therefore hereby given to the Coroner, Justices of the Peace, and Constables of the said county of Dauphin , that they be then and there in their proper persons , at 10 o ' clock in the forenoon of said day. with their records, inquisitions, examinations, and their own remembrancesto do those things which to their office appertains to be done and those who are bound in recogniza...

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

The Hot _Spiusgs of _Abkaxsas.—Tbespring are situated iu a narrow valley, about three miles In length, "winding among the _hifts, and running N. K. E. and S. S. W. There are two very pleasant hotels, _\vith numerous cottages on each _sids of the valley. The springs are immediate:/ opposite the _llector House, on the eastern slope of the hills, at the foot of which 1-qhs a s._ii/iitestreain or _roekv branch. There art ovi r a dozen stream? of different _degrees of lies;: the two largest are hot enough to boil eggs or scald a hog. The character of the rocks on the fcide of the mountains are evidently volcanic, aud large dark broken masses have every _jsppearance of lava. I think the most reasonable theory to account for the heat of the water is, that the springs run through and over large beds of rocks which are heated by a slumbering volcano. The water is conducted from the springs to reservoirs on the tops of the bath-houses, so arranged that you may have the douse, shower, plun...

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

A Mammoth Clvh House in Pauls.—The Parisians (says a letter-writer at the French Capital,) in spite of their undisguised antipathy to the English people, do their best to imitate the social customs of their neighbors on the o_.her side of the Channel. In nothing is this fact more remarkable than in the increase of clubs, which are now actually more numerous in Paris than in London, though the French _system is still inferior to the English, in the _eotabinsuion of splendor, economy and comfort, _vrhich so notably characterize the latter. There is, however, a project now on the tapis, which, if carried into effect, will oblige John Bull to look to his laurels. This project is no more nor less than the erection of a magnificent Club Hotel, on ground to be purchased in the upper end of the city, on the borders of the Beis de Boulogne. It is estimated that the sum to be expended in executing the plan will reach about twelve millions of francs, to be raised by subscription. Two thous...

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

BANK NOTICE .—Notice is hereby given , that an association has been formed and a certificate ' preparedfor the purpose of establishing i. Bank of issuediscount and depositunder the provisions of the actentitled "An Act to estsblish a system of free banking in Pennsylvania-, and to secure the public against loss by insolvent banks." approved the thirtv-iirst day of March. I860. The said Bank to be called the "FREE BANK," and to be located in the city of Philadelphia, and to consist of a capital stock of ONE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS, in shares of fifty dollars each, with the privilege of increasing the samo " to _aay amount not exceeding in all one million of dollars. jy2-d6m T?XTENSION OF BANK CHARTER JQj Notice is hereby given that 'f The Farmers'and Mechanics ' Bank of Easton," a Bank of Discount and Deposite, located in the borough of EastonNorthampton county, Pennsylvaniahaving a capital of Four Hundred Thousand Dollars, will apply to the next Legislature of Pennsylvania for ...

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

UANDSOMS * W O M " E JN TO TIIE LADIES. HUNT'S " BLOOM OF RuSES." a rich and delicate color for the cheeks and lips, WILL NOT WASH OR RUB OFFaad when once applied remains durable for years , mailed free iu bottles for $1.00. HUNT'S "COURT TOILET POWDER" imparts a dazzling whiteness to the complexionand is unlike anything else used for this purpose, mailed free for 50 cents. . HUNT'S '• BRITISH BALM" removes tanfreckles sunburn and all eruptions of the skin, mailed free for 50 cents. HUNT'S "IMPERIAL POMADE,-' for-the hair, strengthens and improves its growth, keeps it from falling off, and warranted TO MAKE THE HAIR CURL, mailed free for §1.00. HUNT'S '; PEARL BEAUTIFIER," for the teeth and gums, cleanses and whitens the teeth, hardens the gums_, purifies the breath _effectually, PRESERVES THK IEETH AND PREVENTS TOOTH-ACHE, mailed free for $1.00. HUNT: S "BRIDAL WREATH PERFUME." adonble sxtract of orange blossoms and cologne, mailed free for SI .00. This exquisite perfume was ...

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

Bank Applications BA N K N O TIC E.—Notice is hereby giventhat the undersigned have formed an Association_, and prepared and executed a _Certificate, for the purpose of establishing a Bank of Issue, Discount and Derositeunder the provisions of the act entitled "An act to establish a system of Free Banking in Pennsylvaniaand to secure the public against loss from Insolvent Banks" approved the 31st day of MarchA. D. I860, saidBankto.be called THE DOWNINGloWN BANK, to be located in Downingtown, to consist of a Capital Stock of Fifty Thousand Dollars, in shares of Fifty Dollars eachwith the privilege of increasing the same to any amount not exceeding in all Three Hundred Thousand Dollars. Charles Downing, David Shelmire. John Webster, William Rogers! William Edge J. K. Eshelmanj Richard D. Wells. Samuel Ringwalt. 3. P. Baugh, Stephen Blatchford. September 3, I860.—sej?W-d6m BANK NOTICE.—Notice is hereby given that an Association has been formed and a certificate prepared for the...

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

OT. NICHOLAS HOTEL, BROADWAY, NEW _TOEi When completed, six years ago, the St. Nicholas was universally pronounced the most magnificent, convenient, and thoroughly organized establishment of the kind on this continent. What it was then, it remains to-day—without a rival in size, in sumptuousness, and in the general elements of comfort and enjoyment. The Hotel has accommodations for ONE THOUSAND BIX HUNDRED GUESTS, including ONE _HUNDRED COMPLETE SUITES OF APARTMENTS for families. SIX HUNDRED PERSONS can be comfortably seated at the tables of its three public di ning rooms, and nothing that modern Art'has devised for the convenience and social gratification of the traveling public has been omitted in its plan, or is neglected in its practical details. The early reputation of the house at home and abroad, derived from its magnitude, its superb appointments, and its home-like comforts and luxuries, 'has been enhanced every year by the unwearied exertions of tL.e Proprietors. an24-d...

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

FOUNDED 1852. . CHART_^ BJBD 18M - jr OCA TED ORNER OF BALTIMORE AND CHABLE8 STREETS, _BALTIMORE* M D. The LargestMost Elegantl.r burnishedandPopuIar _Jommercial Collesre in x_*e &m _*ed States. Designed izpregslvfor _ToSSFm " _^s idn _% toobtolaft TU0&_606S _^_to_^_JStlSSj _' o _' _nuBn_.nt_.d Circular , containin_^_wari_^SIX SQUARE FEET, with Spboimen _n¦ pSSSKSK"_"1 * Large Engraving (the finest of the kindever n>»de in this country) representingthe Interior IVI1T f the College, with Catalogue stating terms , &c, will b _° «ent to Kvery Youn S Man on application , Fbkb 0F -_/r!te fminediatelyand you will receive the package _bv return mail. Address, • jan25-dly] E. K. LOSIER, Baltimoeh, Md. TTELLEIVS DEUG STORE is the place JV to buy Balm of Thousand Flowers. AATS FOR SALE \J by [je29] JAMJES M. _yrSEELSK

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

The Meteorological Congkess.—M. Quetelet, the perpetual secretary of the French Academy, says that the enterprise propsed by the United States, under the direction of Lieut. Maury, of a meteorological congress, will be accomplished on a large scale. Tery distinguished men are disposed to attend. He is about to visit England on account of it. " The general Congress of Vienna has charged him with the duty of makingup ageneral programme for the meteorological observations all ever the globe. Unity of views is necessary in these ob servations- Thirty nations have assented to it and several axe already at work. Science lias thus accomplished a confederacy of nations Which politics has attempted in vain. Thk Wnra Chop in _Fbawce.—It is said the Wine crop of France is likely to be• ™7 Poor this season, and the opinion is that it will fall _Short of the last one.

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

_hotels. tTSTTeTd _" _s^^_Fa_^Fes_^_oYST_^ SOUTH EAST _CORXEH OF IItH AXD MARKET STREETS. ADJOINING THE PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD DEPOT, _X_^3E3CX31d _j _-_^j-pjESXj-ig_^_gZXA.-The undersigned would respectfully inform the Public that he has taken the above Hotel, formerly known as '• THE MANSION. HOUSE. " which he has refitted and newly furnished throughout. The Rooms are spacious and commodious, and furnished with every convenience to be found in the best Hotels in th& city. The "UNITED STATES'' is admirably located for the convenience of travelers, being under the same roof with the Pennsylvania Railroad Depot, aud thus saving both hack hire and porterage of buggage. No pains will be spared to render the " UNITED STATES" a pleasant aud agreeable residence to all who may favor it with their patrona-re. Charges moderate. oc22-d3nttwly H. V. KANAGA, _Proprietor.

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

T C. MOLTZ_, ENGINEER. MACHINIST AND STEAM f ITTEK, No. 6, North. Sixth St., between Walnut and Market, Harrisburg, Fa. Machinery of every _description made and repaired. Brass Cocks of all sizesand a large assortment of Gas Fittings constantly on hand. All work done in this establishment will be under his own supervision, and warranted to give satisfaction. oc26. 13 ELI GIO US BOOK STORE, TRACT AND SUNDAY SCHOOL DEPOSITORY. E. S. GERMAN, 27 SOUTH SECOND STREET, ABOVE CHESNUT, HARRISBURG, PA. Depot forthesale of Stereoscopes, StereoscopicViews, Music and Musical Instruments. Also, subscriptions taken for religious publications. noSO-dy

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

JACOB P. B A E R I N G E R} SI&N_, ORNAMENTAL AND HOUSE FAINTER. No. 47 South Third _Stueet, (AT BOYER'S CARRIAGE FACTORY,) _Harrrisburg, Pa. _f_£7- Plain and Ornamental Signs, iu Gilt and Silver ;got up with neatness and despatch. Paper Varnished, and all orders promutly attended to. Give me a call. tept7-dtf JU_* AN KLIN HOtTS ~ E_, : BALTIMORE, M D. This pleasant and commodious Hotel has been tho roughly re-fitted and re-furnished. It is pleasantly situated on North-West corner of Howard and Franklin streets, a few doors west of the Northern Central Railway Depot. Every attention paid to the comfort of _hi3 guests. G. LEISENRING. Proprietor, jel2-tf ¦ (Late of Seliiis Grove, Pa.)

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

O O E kl L E R H O U S E , MARKET SQUARE, HARRISBURG. PA. GEO. J. BOLTON, Proprietor. CARD. The abore well known and long established Hotel in now- undergoing a thorough renovation, and being in a great degree newly furnished, under the proprietorship of Mr. Georue J. Eolton, who has been an inmate of the house for the last three years, and is well known to its guests. Thankful for the liberal patronage which it has enjoyed, I cheerfully commend Mr. Bolton to the public favor. je7 d&wy WILLIAM BUEHLER.

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

_HHHE Annual Meeting of the Stockholders X of the Tuckahoe and Mt. Pleasant P. R. Co. will be held at Brant' s Cify Hall Monday, Nov. 5th, at 10 o' clock, A. M. [oc29-dlw*] WM. COLDER , Jit.. Pres't. T> ARAFFINE CANDLES!! I—Made of _JT PURE PARAFFINE. a material obtained from COALcombining the ILLUMINATING properties and chemical constituents of Gas. They will stand all climates, give a clear and brilliant light and burn Ten per Cent . longer than Wax, Sperm or any other candle in the market. For sale by WM. DOCK, Jr., marl7 Sole Agent for Harrisburg. FINE ~ CONDIMENTS ! !—E X T R A FRENCH MUSTARD, a choice variety of SALAD OILS, SAUCES and KETCHUPS of every description. UirlQ WM, POCK, Jr., * GO.

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

pHESNUT GROVE WHISKEY.—The V_^ purest Spirit ever offered the American publicpossessing none of the poisoning qualities inherent in the Whiskey in common use. All persons desirous of using this Whiskey may rest assured of its parity. Philadelphia Jan. 20th, 1858 Dkar Sib:—We hare carefully examined the sample ' ol "Ghegnut Grove Whiskey," left with us a few dayg _Bince and find it to contain little or none ef the poisonous substance known as fusil oil Yours respectfully, . BOOTH, GARRETT & CAMAO Analytical Chemists To Chables Wharton, Jb . For sale by the only Agent in _Harrisbanr May 20-7 WM. P0C&- _'*•

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

T A T E S T NEWS!!! D R . SWOP E ' S TOMIC FOR _PETER AND AGUE, Will cure the most obstinate case " IN TWENTY FOUR HOURS" It is also a preventative for such as are liable to this disease. This celebrated TONIC removes all Flatulencyregulates the Bowels, purifies the Blood, gives a tone to the Digestive Organs, and creates an appetite. Sole Agent for the town and Dauphin county is WM. _LOEFFLER, appointed by me. au8-d3m DR. SW0PE.

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

_JSnsmcss _QLarto THE UNDERSIGNED, DOCTOR OF DENTAL SURGERY. Respectfully tenders his professional services to the citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity1 . OFFICE IN STATE STREET , OPPOSITE THE BRADY HOUSE. sep25-d&wtf B.M. GILDEA, D. D. S. "HENTISTRY

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

QMOKE ! SMOKE!! SMOKE !!!—Is O not objectionable when from a CIGAR purchased at KELLER'S DRUG STORE, 91 Market st reet. sep_!9 TOR the genuine ENGLISH MUSTARD JC goto KELLER'S DRUG . STORE.

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

HUMPHESY'S SPECIFIC HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES, for sale at KELLER'S Drug Store no27 91 Market Street

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