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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

nOAL! WOOD!! _POWKEJt!!! JAMES M. WHEELER, DEALER IN _HARD _AMD SOFT COAL.1 , OAK, _HICKOKY AND PI2vE WOOD CORN, OATS, «tC. AGENT FOsX DUPONT'S CELEBRATED POWDERl JJJ" All Coal delivered clean, and weighed at consuiner_'s door, by thu Patent Wtigh Carts. I he reputation of these Scales is _tso well established that I believe uo person doubts their correctness. If any do, they aro at liberty to test them in any way, and if tho Coal falls short teu pounds they can have the Coal .ie29 JAMES M. WHEELER.

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING, SUNDAYS _BXCBPTED, 6 Y O. BARRETT & GO. ?- Tub Pailt Patriot aud _Unioh will be served to subscribers _residingln the Borough lor six OxnTaftH _Wuek _payable to the Oarrier. Mail rub»c_*ibera, vous dollars PER ANNUM. Thk Weekly will be published as heretofore, semfwoekly during the session of the Legislature,and once t> week the remainder of the year , for two dollars in adranee, or three dollars at the expiration of the year. Connected with this establishment is an _extensive JOB OFFICE, containing a variety of plain- and1 fancy type, unequalled by any establishment in the interior of the State, for which the _patronage of the pablieLi solicited. '

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

RATES OF ADVERTISING _ftft i* line* or less constitute half a flquart. Ten line* ot mote than foar, _constitute a square. HalfM . _oaeday * 02& One sq., onedaj-_—-S0.61 « _BM WMt— 1.00 " oneweek.___- 1.3J t€ Oae month-. 2.00 " one month. _~ 3.01 « three months. 3.00 " three months. 6.00 m flixmwnths—. 4.00 " six months.— 8i<K _« one year-™. 6.00 « one year. _—~ 10.t0 jn- Business notices inserted in the local column, or before _marriagee and deaths, myh _cbsts per link for each _insertiOD to _msreb _intsand others advertisingby the year liberal ten mwUI be offered_, _gy v_^e _namberof insertions must be designated on tbe advertisement. _JJjT Marriages and Deaths will be inserted at the same ates as regular advertisements.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

QOAL! COAL!! C0AL_11! The sutjscriber is prepared at all times to deliver to the citizens of _Ilarrisburg 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 lett at his office, corner Fourth and Market streets , or dropped in the Post-office , will be promptly attended to. aull-d3m DAVID M'CORMIOK.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

_fj _r H O L » T Jfl K 1 N U C. P. VOLLMEli Is prepared to do all kinds of work in th© UPHOLSTERING BUSINESS. Pays particular attention to MAKING ANU ?UTTIN& DOWN _CARPETS. MAKING AND _KEl»AI»lNl* MATTRASSES, REPAIRING FURNlTUuE, &c. &e. He cau be found at all times at his ret-idenco. iu th«t rear of the WillUm Tell House, coruer of Raspberry aud Blackberry alleys. sep29-dlr

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

| | [No. 665.] By the President of the United States. TN pursurance of law, T, JAMBS BUOHAyAN , President of the United states of America do hereby d_^_el _i.r« and m ika _kmtwn that public sales will , be held at the undermentioned laud offi ces, in the State of Iowa, at the periods he einafter designated to wit: At the land office at Fort _Dodoe_, commencing' onMon day, the 19th day of November next, for the disposal of the public lands, heretofore unoffered, situated within the following townships and parts of townships, viz: North of the base line and west of the fifth principal meridian. Sections lya, 5,7, 9,11,13,15,17,19, 21, 23,25, 27, 29, 31, 33, and 35, of township 93; aeetions 1, 3, 5. 7, 9,11, 13, 15. 17, 19212325, 27, 29, 31, 33, and 35, oi township 95; sections 1, 3, 57, 9,11, 13,15,17,19, 21, 23, 25, 27, 29, 31, 33, and 35, of township 96; sectious 1, 3, 5, 7, 9.11,13,15,171921, 2325, 27, 29, 31. 33, and 35, of township 97j sections 1, 3 _> 5, 7, fr, 11...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

wV-tittM OANlLBjv—A large Bupply KJ just received by sepia WM. DOCK, Jr., A CO. _, _Itf you are io want of a _JJeutitrioe go tft KJBLLJBA'Si 91, Market *.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

GENERAL NEWS A daughter of Abd-el-Kader has recently arrived in Paris for the purpose of entering the order of the Gray Sisters. When the Emir, her father, resided at _Broussa, he _rent the young lady to Constantinople to be educated. There she occasionally met with Christian women, and was so struck wi_*b the self-devotedness of the sisters who attended the hospitals during the Crimean war that she determined to.join their order. Her father, who is capable of appreciating the benevolence of Christianity, consented to her wish, and she is now in Paris passing her noviciate. How the Rev. Mr. _Bulet was Hanged. — By latest advices from Texas, it would seem that the Rev. Mr. Buley was hanged after all. The Houston Telegraph says: He was the man to whom the Bailey letter was addressed. He was arrested near Cassville, Bear county, Mo., by the Fayetteville (Ark.) Vigilance Committee, and sent back on the overland stage to Sherman, and from thence to JJort Worth, where he was hung ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

Tbe Republican Party Succeeding _oy raise Pretences* There can be no question that Pennsylvania -was carried against the Democratic party at the late election upon issues not distinctively Republican. Had tke supporters of Col. Cuiitis ignored the tariff question, as tke Republicans in other _£_flktes do, and had the issue in Pennsylvania been clearly made between antislaveryism and conservatism, there is no doubt that the Republican party would have been beaten. They owe their great victory mainly in the fact that they made the slavery-question subordinate to the tariff, and persuaded the _psople that the industrial interests of this State -would be best promoted through Republican ascendancy. So entirely conscious were the Republicans of the weakness of their principles in Pennsylvania, that they feared to take the name of Republican, but adopted that of «* People's Party," as expressive of something different from genuine Black Republicanism, as represented by Seward and Suea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

STATE OF THE ITALIAN QUESTION, From the Journal of Commerce. The political sky of Italy is becoming more and more overcast. Our fears almost equal our hopes. The scale is nearly level. What a change! . The prospect is dark enough to 'excite the. deepest concern in the minds of even the most sanguine. Events are evidently rushing to a most serious conclusion. There is no standing still now; a collision is inevitable.— And what will be the result ? Garibaldi, in order to accomplish the complete lileration of all Italy, has excited hopes in three different, kingdoms which it will be quite impossible for him to meet, if left to himself. Nor is it now certain that he can accomplish them all, even with the hearty co-operation of Sardinia; without that cu-operation he must inevitablv fail. In the first place, he excited the hopes of the people of the Papal States to such a degree that insurrections began to take pi ace in the Marches of Urbino and Ancona—in fact, in all the trans-A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

LATEST BY TELEGRAPH Coal Oil Works Burned. Philadelphia, Oct. 16. The extensive coal oil works of Messrs. Hclme & Co., on Bridgewater street , near Race, in the 25th ward, were totatly destroyed by fire last night, together with about 2,500 gallons of oil, tanks, stills, machinery, &c, estimated to be worth from $30,000 to $40,000, upon which there was no insurance. The combustible nature of the building and its contents, prevented any of the property being saved. The firemen were out in great numbers, but the want of water at this point prevented their service from being of much avail. JtErutal _frize _rignt. Nbw York, Oct. 16. A prize fight occurred on Sunday near Bull's Ferry, _between Dunkirk and Malloy, two New Sork bruizers. Thirty-seven rounds were fought in fifty-five minutes, when Dunkirk striking a foul blow, the fight was decided in favor of Malloy, who was the worst punished. A match for $1,000 between Aaron Jones and George King has been arranged...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

The Prince at Trinity Church, New Yobk. At Trinity Church last Sunday morning, as , at other places, the movements of the Prince _wfcre attended by suffocating crowds of spectators,— thousands seeming to think that a single glance at the illustrious visitor was ample compensation for any amount of personal inconvenience cr even physical torture, while waiting several consecutive hours on the sidewalk, for the commencement or conclusion of the service. _^11 the forenoon, Broadway was thronged on eitler side, so that a _passage for carriages was in _somf places secured only by the iuterpositon of the police. The attendance of vehicles tio, including a large number of first class equi >ages, was quite formidable, as the line exten ed from the _church something like a quarter c1 a mile, up to Maiden Lane—she inmates g»_neri ly waiting to be discharged in rotation at he place of worship. Within the building there was the same aixious state of expectancy, and tremendous pr figu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

Late From Europe.—Reported Success of Garibaldi—The Pope Calls on tke Catholic Potoers for Aid.—The steamer Arabia, from Liverpool on the 6th inst., passed Cape Race on Sunday, and was intercepted by the news boat of the associated press. It was reported from Naples that Garibaldi had obtained a victory along the whole line of the royalists, and also repulsed a body of them from Caserta, (17 miles northeast of Naples,) and had taken two thousand prisoners. This, however, lacks confirmation. The Pope's allocution has been issued. He bitterly denounces Sardinia and the policy of non-intervention, and calls on the Catholic powers for protection. _j It is stated via Genoa that Garibaldi announces a victory along the whole line of the enemy, and that the royal troops were being Dursued. A Naples dispatch of the 2d states that the royal troops had been repulsed from Caserta and surrendered, and that the Garibaldians had made two thousand of them prisoners. It is reported that Garibald...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

Rhode Island. It is pleasant to see this little New England State, which so gallantly triumphed over Republicanism in tbe last spring election, now concentrating her coaservative strength for a grand victory oa Presidential Electors. Her Anti-Republican voters have nobly combined in the _presentation of an electoral tickefrcomposed of the very first men in the State, and we trust, as we have every reason to believe , that they trill give to it an efficient and successful support in November. The Providence Post says, * We may say of the electoral ticket, now fairly before the people for support, as we said of it in Friday's issue—that it embraces none but good and true men and faithful representatives of the conservative sentiment of our State.— The gentlemen comprising it are all national men, in the broad and emphatic sense of that term. They are firm and consistent friends of tbe Union; their associations, and feelings, and interests are on the side of conservative principles...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

The Costa Rica Revolution.—Summary Execution.—The revolution attempted by ex-President Mora, in Costa Rica, has signally failed. The government forces, under Gen* Blanco, attacked Mora's position, near Punta Arenas, and carried it by overpowering numbers, though a brave defence was made. The number killed on both sides was about 300, and 11 prisoners who were taken were shot on the spot. Mora and his generals, Arancibia and Canas, escaped at the time, but they subsequently gave themselves up, were immediately court martialed, and the two first named ordered to be shot in two hours. The Panama Star _savs: They were led out to execution, both very haggard and worn from exposure, but perfectly composed. Indeed Mora's step was as firm and his eye as bright as ever it had been. They were not allowed to say anything before being shot. Mora and Arahcibia stood _eide by side, Mora having asked the privilege of being thus shot, and alsd begging that they would aim at his heart. They fell...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

I MP OR1ANT TO FEMALES DR. CHEESEMAN'S P\l LS. The combination of ingredients in these Pills are the result of a long and extensive practice. They are mild in their operation- and certain in correcting all irregularitiespainful menstruration removing all obstructionswhether from cold or otherwise, headache, pain in the sidepalpitation of the heart, whites, all nervous affectionshysterics, fatiguepain in the back and limbs&cdisturbed sleep, which arise from interruption of nature. DR. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS was the commencement of a new era in the treatment of those irregularities and obstructions which have con signed so many thousands of the young, the beautiful , and the beloved to a prbmature gravb. Nofemale can enjoy good health unless she is regularand whenever an obstruction takes place the general health begins to decline. DR. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS are the most effectual remedy ever known for all complaints peculiar to Females. To all classes they are invaluable, induc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

Eight Democratic Congressman in Ohio.— Our cotemporary of the Gazette, which has " sinned ag«_iopt knowledge" since the election, in _insisting that the Democrats had carried but three or four members of Congress in Ohio, will have to admit, at last, that we have eight members out of the twenty-one, being a gain of two members from the present Congress. We claim the election of the following gentlemen : George H. Pendleton, First District. C. L. Vaixandigham. Third District. Wm. Allen, Fourth District. Chilton A. White, Sixth District, Warren P. Noble, Ninth District S. S. Cox, Twelfth District. General Nugent, Fifteenth District. James R. Moeris, Seventeenth District. Mr. Jbwett, (Democrat) is defeated in the Sixteenth District by only thirty-two majority. We have lost the Eleventh (Fairfield) District, owing to the great personal popularity and wealth which was possessed and unscrupulously used by the Republican candidate, Mr. Horton. —Cincinnati Enquirer:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

The Great English Remedy.—Sir James Clarke's Celebrated Female Pills, prepared from » prescrip'ion of Sir J. Clarke. M. D., Phjsici&nExtraerdinary to the Queen. ' > This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cute of nil those painful and dacge ous _diseases to which the female constitution is subject. It moderates all excess and removes all obstructions, and a speedy core may be relied on. TO MARRIED . LADIES it is peculiarly suited. It will in a short time bring on the monthly period with regularity. Each bottle, price One Dollar, bears the Government Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits. Thesb Pills should not bb takbn bt females durih« tbr PI RST THREE M • _»NT H S of _Prkghahct, as _tbct ask SORB TO BRING OB MlSOABRIAGK, BUT AT AMTOTHEB TIMS' T8ETARBSAFB. In all _ciises of Nervous and Spinal Affection*Pain in the Back and Limbs, Fatigue on slight exertion, Palpitation of the Heart, Hysterics and Whites, these Pills will effect a cure _whc>n%l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

DROOL _AMATJLOJN.—Whereas, the \ 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. Hi ester and Hon. Felix _Nisslbt, Associate Judges in Dauphin county, having issued their preceptbearing date the 15th day of October1860to medirectedfor holding a Court of Oyer and Terminer and General Jail Delivery and Quarter Sessions of the Peace at Harrisburg, for the county of Dauphin , and to commence on the 3d Monday of November, "being the 19th day of November1860 , and to continue two weeks. Notice _ie therefore hereby given io 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 recordsinquisitions, examinationsand their own remembrancesto do those things which to their office appertains to be done , and those who are bound in recogn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 17 October 1860

Destruction of the Cotton anjj Sugar _Cbop in Louisiana.—Full details of the disasters attendant upon the late terrific tornado in Louisiana continue to come in from the _interior parishes of the State. The amount of damage done to the sugar manufactories, to the cane crop, and to the cotton is incalculable, The Baton Rouge Advoca te says:—Accounts from the cotton regions are deplorable. The storm made a complete sweep of every opened boll on the plantations we have heard from. Its disastrous effects extended as .high as Vicksburg, and how far west we cannot say. The loss from destruction to cotton alone will probably amount to over $1,000,000. Loss on sugar crop we are unable to estimate. The loes in Baton Rouge, _including coal boats, will reach fully $100,000. At Point Coupee a great deal of open cotton .was scattered over the grounds for acres, causing the farms to look as if a snow-storm had fallen. ,

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