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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 15 October 1860

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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 — 15 October 1860

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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 — 15 October 1860

Meeting of the Democratic State Executive Committee. . Reading, Oct. 12, 1860. A meeting of the Democratic State Executive Committee was held to-day, at the Democratic Club lloom, in this city. The meeting whs called to order by ihe Chairman, Mr. Wm. H. Welsfi, at 11 o'clock. Upon the calling of the roll, the following members answered to their names : Stephen D. Anderson, J. Henry Askin, Vincent L. Bradford, Hugh Barr, James P. Bavr, W. H. Blair, Reuben F. Brown, H. B. JJumham, C. W. Carrigan, James C. Clark, Jno. W. Clark, Jno. _Cummirgs, Alfred Day, Henry L. Dirffmbach, C. M. Donovan, Henry Dunlap, Peter Ent, J Lawrence Getz, A. HictUnd Glatz, Joseph Gleim, A. Hutchinson, Robert L. Johnston, Isiiac Leech, F. A. Guernsey, John Hamilton, Jr., J. H. Hobart, Cnai'les H. Hunter, F M. P. Magee, Robert M'Cay, Thomas C. _MacDowelJ, 0. H. Meyers, Howard L. Miller, William H. Miller, Robert E. Monaghan, H. H. Muhlenburg, Joseph W. Parker, It. Bruce Pet riken, Bernard Reilly, Stokes L. ...

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 — 15 October 1860

The Recfftion of the Prince of Wales in NbwYobk.—We gave yesterday a brief account of the reception of Lord Renfrew (Prince o; Wales) on his arrival in New York on Thursday afternoon. The reception, from all accounts, was a magnificent affair, in which about 200,000 persons either took an active part, or looked on with interest. lie was met ai Ambov by a large committee of citizens, among whom W'»s the veteran Geueral Scott, who was u»« first to take the hand of the Prince. Embarking on the beautiful steamer Harriet Lane, the were soon en route for New York. On passing the _Narrows a salute was fired from Fort Hamilton, which was responded to by the Governor's Island Band on board. Benloe's Island also fired a salute, and Fort William, on Governor's Island, paid the p rty a similar compliment. As the Harriet Lane neared the Battery, the view, it is stated, was anima ting in the extreme. The gaily decked shipping on both the North and East rivers: the saluting from the merchant s...

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 — 15 October 1860

The Emperor Napoleon, in a speech at Algiers, during his late visit there, gave his ideas of what constitutes civilization. He said :—- "Providence requires us to extend over this land the benefits of _civilisation. Now, what is civilization? It is to consider happiness as something, the life of man as much, and his moral perfection as the greatest good. Thus, to elevate the Arabs to the dignity of freemen, to spread among them instruction, at the Bame time respecting their religion; to ameliorate their condition by raising from the earth all the treasures which Providence has deposited there, and which a bad government would leave sterile ; such is our mission, and we ehall not fail mit." SixSGULAK Cause of Death in Philadelphia. Anna McCannon, aged 45 years, was found dead on Thursday at her residence, in St. Jo-Beph's Place, near Thirteenth and Market streets, and was so covered with blood as to lead te the belief that she had been murdered. An examination disclosed tbe fact ...

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 — 15 October 1860

GENERAL NEWS Antiquities.—During the excavations which have recently been made for the construction of a large sewer in »he part of the Boulevard Sebastopol, near the Garden of the Luxembourg, a great number of pieces of vases and pottery, which appear to be of very ancient date, have been found. When the foundations of the Palace of the Luxembourg were laid under ihe _Regency of Marie de vieriicis, a bronze figure of Mercury, about bis _inches in height, was discovered, and at a later p:tioda head of Cybele in bronze, and several instruments uscl in sacrifi'-es. The works effected lorthe _enlargement of the Luxumbourgin 1887 also brought to light a number of fragments of vases, email _statuettes, and Roman tiles, which appeal* to iudicate that the present gardens ••! the Luxembourg were once the site of a Roman camp. _Expensive Gibi/s Play.—Last Saturday, sa\s a _Galvewou paper, some little _girls who are in the habit of playing around the Post Office, and seeing persona re...

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 — 15 October 1860

At a Breckinridge and Lane mcejb | m Charle8town, Mass., on Wednesday MJiin_^ last, Greene Clay, Esq., of Kentucky, t* prijcipal speaker, after paying his respecp/_Mf_". Douglas, and expressing his belief thl Bcrtsylvauia would have gone Democrat! at 'ho recent election hut for the efforts ofaie nisguided partisans of Mr. D., referredi length to the Bl ek Republican party, bringilngai|i8t it the following formidable bill of initments. lie said: f "1. They have violated the _Cistitut.ion which binds us together, and constttes the terms of our Union, by a total disrefrd of its limitations. 2. They maiutain that Congress of the United States, un_<ler their carol, is as omnipotent in its legislation as _« British Parliament claimed to be over our attestors. 3. Thus will _representatives in Congas be rendered of no avail to protect the iutasts of the South and as they recognize thefec'sion of the Supreme Court as n_> t hindirl taxation without representation will be _pr...

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 — 15 October 1860

Pennsylvania—Forney Arraigning the Administration. The Albany Argus, tbe leading Douglas paper in New York, says Forney's Press is not less exultant than the most ultra of the Republican journals at the defeat of the Democrats of Pennsylvania. We find, copied from it into Republican journals, such paragraphs ns these; FODR Vbabs Ago.—We are writing at midnight while the shouts o* the triumphant Lincoln men _^re Hounding through our street?, nnd the _strains of their victorious music are heard on every i.and. It recalls to us tbe scenes -which took place just four years »go when the Democrat] c State ticket, pledged to the principle of nonintervention with slavery in the territories, had succeeded. Why this _Change? Why is it that the old Democratic State of Pennsylvania has been sw-pt from its moorings ? " Who is responsible? The answer will _rse to the lips from the heart of every old fashioned Democrat—J_»m a Bnehanm. Faithless, first to his friend*, and next to _kia principle...

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 — 15 October 1860

TT W ILL PaY YOU READ THIS. IT AVI LI, PAY YOB T O OBSERVE WHAT I SAY ! TT WILL PA Y TO U FOR A VISIT TO _JSAMISBURGH! TO SEE AND MAKE YOUR PURCHASES PROM THE LARGE, HANDSOME. AND FASHIONABLE STOCK OF READY M.ADB CLOTHING, CLOTff; CASSIMERES, VESTINOS AND GENTS'FURNISHING GOODS NOW EXPOSED AT THE WBLL KNOWN ARCADE, _W O. 3 JONES ROW AVAILING MYSELF OF THE ADVANTAGES WHICH READY CASH PRESENTS, I OFFER ALL GOODS AT 10 PER CENT. OHEAPa* THAN ANY OTHER HOUSE* CHAS. S. SEGELBaUM, P. S.—HAVING SECURED A FIRST RATE _CUTTER AND TAIL0R_> I AM NOW READY TO M <vKE CLOTHING TO ORDER IN THE MOST FASHIONABLE STYL& I WARRANT A FIT OR NO SALE oct6-tHtn

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 15 October 1860

The IrrepresseDie Conflict. In all the speeches which Senator Seward has made during his recent campaign tour, he has taken bold, radical Black Republican gronnd; reasserting, in the most unhesitating manner, the irrepressible conflict doctrine.— Mr. Seward understands his position as an authoritative expounder of the principles of his party, and he evidently feels inclined to use that position to commit Mr. Lincoln and hi9 followers unreservedly to the doctrine of the " higher law." No Black Republican will venture to deny that Mr. Seward has a right to speak for the party for which he has done so much ; therefore we are justified in saying that the following extract from his speech at Cleveland, Ohio_.represents fairly the sentiment of the Black Republicans: '* Society can have hut two forms by which the individual can df fend hi mgelf from oppression. One is that whi eh puta the _musket into his hand and tells him at the font resort _todfJVnd himself and his liberty. The othe...

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 — 15 October 1860

SPECIAL NOTICES Warranted Purely Vegetable.— All the ingredients of _Brakdreth'_s Pills are purgative, and act in conjunction to open, detach, dissolve, cleanse, cool, heal, and so carry out of the body-whatever injures it. By being _digested like the food, they enter into and mix with the blood to search out and remove all had humors They dissolve all unnatural collections, cleanse the blood, and cure tubercles, ulcers, &c, let them be In what part of the system they may They injure no part of the body. They carry away nothing that is*good They only remove what is bad. They assist nature , ajrree with it, act with it, and always do their work well. Their use has saved many a valuable life. Sold, _pricf 25 cents, at No. v94 Canal street. New York and by all Druggists. Also, by GEO. H. BELL, corner .of Second and Chestnut streets, Harrisburg, and by all respectable dealers in medicines. oct9-d&wlni _«. The Grrat _KngLish Remedy.—Fir James Clarke's * elebrated Fe...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 15 October 1860

The _Sext Congress. Oar readers will remember how much diffi cnlty the Republicans had in electing a _Speaker _2t«sr'«_n_^gfi _?raetfiey _succeeded in elf ct ing Got. P- nnington, of New Jersey, one of the Boost moderate of their stripe, by a bare majority. Well, according to the accoun _s which have reached us of the recent electi ns. two Democratic members have bren gained in Pennsylvania and three in Ohio; total five, which_, being deducted from the Republican side and added to the Democratic, will make a difference of ten votes against the Republicans, : * compared with the present Congress. The Dem ocrats have lost no member as yet. They mighi have gained three more in Pennsylvania, viz., ife the 2d, 3d and 4th Congressional districts, If only the Democrats and Bell men had co _operated. But thi-y chose to run separate candidates, and so were both defeated. The State of New York, which has .but five members in the present Congress, including Clark, but nut including Haskin ...

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 15 October 1860

The True Doctrine, Thus speaks that distinguished patriot, James W. Gerar ' , Esq., of New York, to his old whig friends who at e leaning toward Lincolnism. " It is vain tor the respectable and conservative portion of that party to assert that their policy is to prevent the spread of slavery into the Territories now free; that may be their view, an-1 they may sincerely think so. but fcbHt is not the limit to the policy of their leaders (whose dupes they are) if their own acts and speeches ar« to be credited. The secret circulation of Helper's book in the Southern States was not neeessary to keep slavery out of the Territories; a conflict between the free labor oi the North and the slave labor of the Sour , which they say must be so severe (irrepre_«ible) that one party or the other must yield, is net n- cessary to prevent slavery being extended to the _Territories. " I, therefore, oppose Mr. Lincoln for his abolition doctrines, declared in his speeches, that slave labor must con...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 15 October 1860

Captain Barbt's _Bopy _Recovered.—The friends of the late Captain Barry, one of the victims of the Lady Elgin (_uaaHter on Lake Michig >n, will, no doubt, be_'gratified to learn that his body has been found. The _Milwaukee _Seutinel say* it was discovered near R>»cme, _Wis., on _ihe 9th _inst. C>«ptain B. w»8 formerly of Baltimore, where he has a _nunjber of sincere friend.-, who deeply lament his unfortunate death. It is stated by an eye-witness that while General Walker's body lay quivering in the section was ordered to advance and fire another volley, which only mutilated the body, from which the life wax fast ebbing. Then a single soldier _nmirched up to the body, and placed his musket within a few inches of the already dead man and fired, horribly _defacing the cnunte nance and hlowinu the bead nearly from the body. During the whole time of the execution _iiot a word escaped Gen. Walker, _except hi* whispered responses to the spiritual consolation of th...

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 — 15 October 1860

A _Joho Browuite Leader Dismissed. The notorions " Colonel" Hugh Forhes, employed and pensioned by the Clack Republicans to drill fhe Kansas troops, and afterwards co-conspirator with John Brown, was recently appointed by Garibaldi to the command of Mezsaro, Sicily. He has since been dismissed. It was not long, however, before Garibaldi discovered his error. Forbes no sooner entered upon his duties than the _unsoundaess of his mind was visible to everybody. Extreme in his "views, irrascible in his temper, self-willed and obstinate, he soon made himself offensive to all. There "was not a measure proposed about/which he did not disagree with his colleagues, the officers of the army, and especially -with the eivil authorities, which held him in utter abhorrence. It was soon evident to all that Forbes was an impediment to all progress, and that, with him order and peace would never prevail in the city of Mezzaro. In consequence, his recall was demanded by both the civil and military...

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 — 15 October 1860

GEN. _POSTER ATE0ME The Hon. Henry D. Foster, late Democratic _candidate for Governor, reached his home in _Gneensburg, on Wednesday bist, and was met at the depot by an immense crowd of his fellow-citizens, with a band of music, and escorted to his residence, where he was welcomed by Gi-n. Wm. A. Stokes, in an eloquent and cordial speech. Gen. Foster was loudly cheered and responded briefly as follows: Gen. Stokes and My Friends:—It is impossibl« tor me to express the deep gratitude which I fe 1 for all your kindness. I am defeated, but, I trust, not disgraced. I come among you again to live In peace, and I hope to show in the future, as in the past, my allegiance to the Democratic party, and my warm sympathy for my friends. During the whole contest just ended I h-ive assailed no man by word or act. I have neither said nor done anything which I _rogret, and I hope-nothing for which my fri _nda rn ed blush. Firmly standing oa Democratic truth. I gladly resume my place in the...

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 — 15 October 1860

¦pSTABLISHEI) JN 1810. ~ _FAiVOT DYRTNG _g T A B T. _TP H w _KKT iowhfiw PhJ SPht _S_^_SMi bH _Sntnor Wn , iHfnT,aDd M ;ri _"°SW 'S " _£_"_£n _nfost clel ed tn !_t iv °1( "_"8 - _V_^ and Merino Shawlg fW_^n. \l i C new-alK(> - Gta.tlen.enM apparel_, _curtains , &c , cleanei or re-dyed _wifFTCaU aud look at our work before going else - w- "eic - sepll-d3m POOPE R'S GELATJNK. -ThTb_^ _^ «*^V e ln _^_a_^et, just received and for Bale bi marl4-tf- WM bor K J)g ¦ WHITE BRANDY !—Tw preserving. A very superior article on **nd and for sale by sePK> _mt_.DOCK. Jx.&CO. ¦fliNJfl (X)N1_)1 _MENTS j l—E XTRA J- FRENCH _MUSTARD ft choice variety of SALAD OILS. SAUCES and K _ETCHUPS of every deflcription _ _«_°ylO WM_.D0CK,Jr.,&0O LmVANXLLA BUAN and an excel-L lent VAMLI-A EXTRACT go to KELLER'S DRTJG STORK My2 01 Market street K ~~ ELLEK'S DRUG _SSTOR_*. ia the place t« find the best assortment of Port* _Mocnaiea. TuilKD _TONGUES!—Large and fin_^ XJ for ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 15 October 1860

We call tlie attention of our readers to an article advertised in another column, called BLOOD POOD. It is an entirely new discovery, and must not be confounded with any of the numerous patent medicines of the day. It is food for thb blood, already prepared for absorption ; pleasant to the taste and natural in action, and what one gains he retains. Let-all those, then, who are suffering from poverty, impurity or deficiency of blood, and consequently with some chronic disease or ailment, take of this Blood Food and <<e restored to health. We notice that our druggists have received a supply of this article, and also of the worldrenowned Dr. B ton's _Inf -ntiVe Cordial, which -very mother should have. It contains no paragoricor opiate of any kind whatever, and oi course must be _invaluable for all infantile complaints. It will allay all pain , and soften the gums in process of teething, _nad at the same time regulate the bowela Let all mothers and nurses who have endure...

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 — 15 October 1860

TT P TOWN! PATENT WEIGH CARTS. For _ttje convenience of my numerous up town customers, I have established, in connection w thmy old _yfttd, a Branch Coal Yard oppo>-ite North street, in a line with the _Pennsylvania canal, having the office formerly occupied by Mr 11. Harris, where consumers of Coal in that vicinity and _Verbtk. town can receive their < oal by the PATENT WEIGH CARTS, WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE FOR HAULING, And in any quantity they may desire, as low as can b* pui chased anywhere. FIVE THOUSAND TONS COAL ON HAND, Of LYKENS VALLEY and WlLKESBARRE, all sines. _lEF Willing to maintain fair prices , but unwilling to >>e undersold by any parties. UJ" All Coal forked up and delivere deftn and free from all impurities, and the btst article mined. ' Orders received at either Yard will be piomptlyfilled,, and all Coal deliT. red by t e Pattnl Weigh Cans. Coal sold by BoatCar load, single, half or third of tons, and by the bushel. JAMES M. WHEELER H...

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 15 October 1860

i 'KANBtiBRIES!!!—A Splendid Lot \J just received by octlO WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO. _pEOPOc ALS FOR _POrTH STREET I SEW _^ R.—Sealed proposals win be received at the of-Qce of the City Council, in _Uarrisburg. until MONDAY , the 15th of Octob r next _tyr digging and filling ft ditch and building a sewer in South street, between Third street _nnd he _Susquehanna river, according to profile_* exhibited in said office. The digging and filling will be paid 'or by the cubic vard: ana the ._w ewer by the thousand of brick required for its ¦ _onstrncti'_n, including alt the materials The old brick, found in the excavation of the. ditch in South Btreet. an<! to be charged to the contractor as far as he ma' uBe them in bui'ding the new Sewo> ; and all _paymentsto be made to the contractor ill bonds of the City of Harrisburg; and a sewer in Nftgle street, leading from R ce street to the _Suoquehanna river. By order of the Street Committees of the First and Second Distric...

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