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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 5 November 1860

fttusmess _€arfls _UENTISTRY. THE UNDERSIGNED, DOCTOR OF DENTAL SURGERY. Respectfully tenders his professional services to the citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity. OFFICE IN STATE STREET , OPPOSITE THE BRADY HOUSE. 8ep25-d&wtf B. M. GILDEA , D. D. S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 5 November 1860

_^ W . HAYS , ATTORSEY-AST-LAW. _offiYje, walnu street, between second & third, _ ap6] HAKRISBUKG_^^t. [_dlj THEoTBTsCHifiFFiiS . BOOK, CARD AND JOB PRINTER, I_«n3 No. 18 _Market 8tre«-t, _TfArrtabtuK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 5 November 1860

DRIED APPLES AND DRIED PEACHES for sale by oct_!9 VM. DOCK, Jb.,&C0. OW-BOOKS of an endless variety, for X the amusement and instruction of oar little ones, _» SOHBfrEB'SBotfkBtoxe.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 5 November 1860

Q MOKE! SMOKE !! SM- KE!'!—Is O not objectionable when from a CIGAR purchased at KELLER'S DRUG STORE, 91 Market street. sept9 _T?OK the genuine _ENGLISH M _C78T A RD J. go to KELLER'S DRUG STORE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 5 November 1860

NEW YORK SEEDLESS PLUMS forfiftletyr [_otftt] k WM. »_OCKj f _»., * CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 5 November 1860

AATS FOR SALE U by [je29] JAMES M. WHEELER

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 5 November 1860

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 6 November 1860

THE HANDSOME MAN _- Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy _vas one of those models of perfection of "which a human father and mother can produce but a single example— Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy was therefore an only sun. He was such an amazing favorite with both his pareuts that they resolved to ruin him; accordingly, he was exceedingly spoi ed, never annoyed by the sight of a book, and had as much plum cake as he could eat. Happy would it have been for Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy could he always have eaten plum cake, and remained a child. A most beautiful creature was Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy! such eyes—such hair—such teeth—such a figure—such manners, too—and such an irresistible way of tying his neck-cloth ! When he was ah out sixteen, a crabbed old uncle represented to his parents the propriety of teaching Mr. Ferdinand Fitzroy to read and write. Though not ' without some difficulty, he convinced them—for he was exceedingly rich, and riches in an uncle are wonderful arguments respecting the nature o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 6 November 1860

€_ooL nno the public. ' JOHN TILL'S C O A' li Y A R D , iSOUTHJSECOND STREET, BELOW PRATT'S ROLLING MILL, _HARRISBURG , PA., B Where he has constantly on hand LYKKNS VALLEY BROKEN, EGG. STOVE AND 1 NUT COAL. ALSO, WILKESBARRE STEAMBOAT, BROKEN , STOVE AND NUT COAL , at 1 ALL OF THE BEST QUALITY. It will be delivered to consumers clean, and full weight warranted. 07* CONSUMERS GIVE ME A CALL FOR YOUR WINTER SUPPLY. _IE7" Orders left at vay house, in Walnut street, near Fifth; or at _Brubaker 's_, North street; J. L. Speel ' g , Market Square ; Wm. Bostick's, corner of Second and South streets, and John Lingle 's, Second and Mulberry streets, will receive prompt attention. jyl3-d6m JOHN TILL. n o a~177 " c ' o a l m ONLY YARD IN TOWN THAT DELIVERS! COAL BY THE PATENT WEIGH CARTS! JVOW IS THE TIME\ For every family to get in their supply of Ctal for the winter—weighed at their door by the Patent Weigk Carts. The accuracy of these Carts no one disputes, and they never get out of o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 6 November 1860

<&a <!Iantrattar0 ARMY SUPFLltiS—LEA'lHER A.IUIY Cl.OTITING AND EQUIFAGK OFFICE, > Piut-ADKLvniAOctober 271860. \ SCALED PROl_»O3AJ,S are invi tedand will be recei ved this office until 12 o'clock. M , of _Monduy, the nineteenth of November next, for furnishing, by contract , Leather of tho best quality and kind, as herninafterspecilied; to be delivered o.t the U. S. Army Clothing and Equipage Depot, (Schuylkill Arsenal.) in quantities as may be _required. 6,000"Si(Jes of Wax upper Leather, oak tanned , from • slaughter hidesshaved, per square foot. G0.000 pounds of Sole Leatheroak tanned, from BuenoB Ayres or La Plata Ilideflper pound. 7,000 pounds Welt Leather, oak tanned, from slaughter hides , per pound. 1.000 Sides , 13lack Bridle Leather, eak tanned, from slaughter hi'desshavedper square foot 100 Sides Russet Bridle Leather, of the same kind and descriptionper _square foot. 1,500 feet of Vizor Leather, japanned on both sides—one black the o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 6 November 1860

©caring _Jttacfymes rpHE GROVE It & BAKEJR FAMILY SEWING MACHINJE is rapidly superseding all others for family use. Tiie Double Lock-Stitch formed by this Machine is fov id to be the only one which survives the wash-tub on I as seamsand, therefore, the only one permanently va uable for Family Sewing. READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONY "Mrs. Jbffbbson Davis, presents her compliments to Grover & Bakerand takes pleasure in saying that _t ie has used one of their Machines for two years, and fii Is it still in good ordermakes a beautiful stitch, anddi es eas ily work of any kiud. "—Washington, D C. "It is a beautiful thing, and puts everybody intokn excitement of good humor. Were I a Catholic, I wot d insist upon Saints Grover & Baker having an eteri _il holiday in commemoration of their good deeds for 11-manity. "—Cassins M, Clay, "Sly wife has had one of Grover & Baker 's Fam :y _Sewiag Machines for some timeand I am Katisfied il ia one of the best lab...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 6 November 1860

TJ P TOWN! PATENT WE I &H CARTS. For 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. Harriswhere consumers of Coal in that _yicinity and Verbeketown can receive their Coal by the PATENT WEIGH CARTS, WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE FOR HAULING And in any quantity they may desire, as low as can be purchased anywhere. 0 FIVE THO USAND TONS COAL ON HAND Of LYKENS VALLEY and WILKESBARRE , all siW 1E7_3 " Willing to maintain fair prices, but unwilling to be undersold by any parties. _Jjy All Coal forked up and delivered clean and free from all impuritiesand the best article mined. Orders received at either Yard will be promptly filled, nd all Coal delivered by t!ie Patent Weigh Carts. Coal sold by BoatCar load, single, half or third of tons, and by the bushel. JAMES M. WHEELER. narrisburg, October 13,1S6U.—octl5 ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 6 November 1860

_T?STABLI_$HED IN 1810 J Pj j FANCY DYEING ESTABLISHMENT. J. & W. JONES, No. 432 N. Front Street, above Callowhill, Philadelphia, dye SILKS, WOOLEN AND FANCY GOODS of every description. Their superior style of Dyeing Ladies ' and Gentlemen 's Garments is widely known. Crape and Merino Shawls dyed the most brilliant or plain colors. Crape and Merino Shawls cleaned to look like new—also, Gentlemen 's apparel. Curtains&ccleaned or re-dyed. |O* Call and look at our work before going elsewhere. sepll-d3m TT7H0LESALE GROCERY! The subscribers are daily receiving GOODS from New York, Philadelphiaand Baltimore, which they are selling to Country Merchants at very small profits. Orders filled promptl y, and satisfaction guaranteed. We have a large supply of the following articles:. COFFEE, TOBACCOJ SUGAR, HAMS, SYRUPS, BACON, TEA, great variety; FISH, STARCH, SALT, CHEESE, TAR & OIL, SOAP, WHITE LEAD,| 8PICES, GLASS, POWDER & SHOT, L0AKUM & PITCH...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 6 November 1860

British Colonial Govehkors in Chubck and State.—Our colonies have forty-six governors and thirty-six bishops. They are distributed thus:—In North America we have seven governors and nine bishop?; in the West Indies, saventeen governors and five bishops; in the Australian Colonies and New Zealand, seven_, gevernors and twelve bishops; in Africa and. M-editerranean possessions, nine governors and six bishops; and in Eastern Colonies, Falkland Islands, and Heligoland, six governors and four bishops. There are five bishops in New Zealand, a greater number than in India, which country and the Ionian Islands are not included in this and other _retaras relating to ' ''colonies." The salaries of the governors of our colonies amount together to about £130,000. Among them Victoria is the golden governorship; the salary is £10,000 a year. The governors of Canada, New South Wales and Ceylon have £7,000 a year; of the Mauritius, £6,000; of Jamaica, the Cape, Hong-Kong and Gibraltar, £5,000; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 6 November 1860

jg J- HARRIS, WORKER IN TIN, SHEET IR0K ,AND METALLIC HOOFING, Second Street, below Chestnut, HARRISBUROPA. Is prepared to £11 orders for any article in his branch of _business; and if not on hand, he will make to order on short notice. METALLIC ROOFING, of Tin or Galvanized Iron, constantly on hand. Also, Tin and Sheet-Iron WareSpouting, &c. He hopesby strict attention to the wants of his cuatonwrs, to merit and receive a generous share of public patroaagfc. JD» Every promise strictly fulfilled. B. J. HARRIS jan7-41yj _Second 8treet, below _Chestnat. V I 8 H ! ! Y.I S H ! ! ! MACK EREL, (Nos. 1, 2 and 3.) _arwhn SALMON, (very superior.) SHAD, (Mess and very fine.) v * COD FISH. HERRING, (extra large.) SCOTCH _HeS_5ED HERRING ' < extrft D1 S^> nrth« _»hnvP „ _v SARDINES AND ANCHOVIES. ?^££t_?hhi. «a "e _backer*! in whole, half, quarter aad eighth bbto Uerrjn in whole and h_^lf bb_£ T| be .H a ti!l _Jt _tw_7 DlKKCT «°* _*HK "SHBB1K_3_, and wiUseU them at the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 6 November 1860

_Jfltscellaiuoits _HHAKE NOTICE! That we have recently added to our already full _etocls OF S E G A 11 S LA NORHATIS, HARI KAEI. EL MONO, LA BANANA. OF rEEPUMEKY For the Handkerchief : TURKISH ESSENCE. ODOR OF MUSK, LUBIN'S ESSENCE BOUQUET. For the Hair : EAU LUSTRALE, CBYSTAXIZED POMATUM , : _MYB.TLE AND VIOLET POMATUM. For the Complexion : TALC OF VENICE, EOSE LEAF POWDER. NEW MOWN HAY POWDER, BLANC DE PERLES. OP SOAPS _Bazis_'s Finest MOSS ROSE, _, BENZOIN, UPPER TEN. VIOLET,! NEW MOWN HAY, JOCKEY CLUB. Having the largest stock and best assortment of Toilet Articles, tre fancy that we are better able than our competitors to get up a complete Toilet Set at any price desired. Call and see. Always on hand, a FRESH Stock of DR UGS, MEDICINES, CHEMICALStec consequent of our receiving almost daily additions thereto. KELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY STORE, 91 Market Street, two doors East of Fourth Street, sep6 South side.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 6 November 1860

JUST RECEIVED, A LARGE AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT Of RICHLY GILT AND ORNAMENTAL _WiXDOW CURTAINS, PAPER BLINDS, Of various Designs and Colors, for 8 cents, TISSUE PAPER AND CUT FLY PAPER, At [my24] SCHS?F£R'S BOOKSTORE. WALL PAi'ER! WALL PAPER!! Just received, our Spring Stock of WALL PAPER, BORDERSFI RE SCREENSAc, <kc. Itis the largest and best selected assortment in the city, rangi ng in price from six (6) cents up to one dollar and a quarter ($1.25.) As we purchase very low for cashwe are prepared to gell at as low rates, if not lower, than can be had elsewhere. If purchasers -trill civil and examine , we feel confident that we can please them in respect to price and quality. E. M POLLOCK & SON, ap3 Below Jones' House, Market Square. TETTER, CAP, NOTE PAPERS, -Li Pens, HoldersPenci ls, Envelopes. Sealing Wax, of the beet quality, at low prices, direct from the manufactories, at inar30 SCHEFPER'S CHEAP BOOKSTOBE T AW BOOKS ! LAW BOOKS!!—A JU general assortment of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 6 November 1860

An Unpalatable Dish.—A gentleman named Campbell, and his family, lived in a remote native district of Bengal. One morning a fisherman appeared at. the bungalow with eggs to sell. They were round, white eggs, the size of a tennis ball, and the fisherman declared them to be turtles' eggs. They were purchased, and, being quite a novel production, the family were desirous of tasting their newly purchased delicacies, and the servant was directed to boil half a dozen of them for breakfast. They were, in part, eaten by the family, when a _fearful nausea pervaded the whole of them.— The eggs were in consequence at once discarded as inedible. Mr. Campbell, however, from motives of curiosity, procured a capacious cardreu gumlah (shallow dish,) in which he deposited the ova, spreading a quantity of clean, dry sand over the same. The vessel in question was afterward placed on the flat roofing of the house, exposed to solar heat. In the course of three weeks after this event he ascended the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 6 November 1860

_Bcrafcs, Stationers, &c OCHOOL BOOKS.—School Directors. O Teachers, Parents, Scholars, and others, in want of School BooksSchool Stationery, &c, wilt find a complete acaortment at E. M. POLLOCK & SON'S BOOK STOBB, Market Sqoase_, _ffarrisborg_, comprising in part tke following—KBADKR8.—McGuffey'_s, Parker 's, Cobb's Angell'a 8_PXLLIKQ BOOKS—McSolfey 's, Good 's, _Webstor' a, Town ' s, Byerly's. Combry 'B. _ENGLISH GRAMMARS.—Bullion 's, Smith's, Wood bridge 's, Mantaith.eTuthill'_s, Hart's, Wells ' HISTORIES __Grimahaw 's_, DavenporteFrost's, Wileon's, Willatd_'_a, Goodrich' s. Pinnock's. Goldsmith' * and Clark_' u-ASITHMBTIO-S.—QreenleaPa. Stoddari'a_, JBmeraon'_a_, Pike's, _Eose '_s_, Colbwn _' s, Smith and Duke's, Davie'a. ALGEBRAS.—Greenleaf_' d. Dane 's, Pay's, Bay 's, Bridge 's. _DICXieNARYS —Walker' s SchoolOobb'_e, Walker, Worcester 's Comprehensive, Worcester' s Primary, Webster* Primary, Webster' s High School, Webster' s Quarto, Acidftinii_* ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 6 November 1860

OT. NICHOLAS HOTEL, BROADWAY , NEW YORK When completed , sis 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 SIX HUNDRED GUESTS , including ONE H UNDRED COMPLETE SUITES OF APARTMENTS for families. SIX HUNDRED PERSONS can be comfortably seated at the tables of its three publi c dining 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 Us magnitude, ifci jsupotfb appointments , and its home-like comforts and luxuries, has been en' hanced every year by the unwearied exertions of tte Proprietors...

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