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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 18 October 1860

T. NICHOLAS HOTKL, B R O A D U' A Y , X E W Y () R K o When completed, six years ago. the s>t. Nicholas was universally pronounced the most magnificent, convenient_, and thoroughly organized establishment oi the kind on this continent. What it was then, it remains to-day—without a rival '« 5(^6. in fumptuoutnetff and ia the general elements of comfort and enjoyment. The Uotel has accommodations for ONE THOUSAND SIX HUN DRED GUESTS, including ONE HUNDRED COMPLETE SUITES OF APARTMENTS for families. SIX HUNDRED PERSONS can be comfortably seated at the tables of its three public diuing rooms, and nothing that modern art'has devised for the convenience and social gratification of the travelme 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 eiK hanced every year by the unwearied exertion...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 18 October 1860

ijoicis. u _okmleI jfr_^_nnrir ' market s q u a k e . HARRISBURG, PA. GEO. J. BOLTON, _Peopristok. C ARD . The above well known and loug established Hotel is now undergoing a thorough renovation, and being in & great degree newly furnished, under the proprietorship of Mr. George J. _Boltos. 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. ieTd&wv WILLIAM BUEHLER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 18 October 1860

/ _1HESNUT GliOVE W _tilSKEY.—The \J purest Spirit ever offered the American public, possessing none of the poisoning qualities inherent in tb_* Whiskey in common nse. All persons desirous of using this Whiskey mav res: assured of its purity. Philadelphia, Jan.20th, 1868. Dkab 8ir :—We hare carefully examined the sample oi ''Chesnut Grove Whiskey." left with as a few dayK since and find it to contain little or none _«f tbe poisonous gab* stance known as fueil oil Yours respectfully, BOOTH, GARRETT & CAMAO Analytical Cktmist.t TO CHARLK8 WHASTOH. JB. For sale by the only Agent in _H&rrisbarg May 20-y WM. pOCK, Jb.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 18 October 1860

I vkkns valley iMit coal. — |_j Just received , a full supply of S. M. CO.: S LYK.ENS VALLEY NUT COAL. For sale by mar7 J AM E3 M. W H K ELER K ELLER'S DRUG STOKE is the place t» find The n»st _nwortmrnt of" Port** Mommies. HITH BRANDY !—For preserving. A very superior article on hand and for sale by 8epl0 WM. DOCK. Jr- & CO. I _uUbli TO_^_lrUi'_.S!—Large and fine, \J for sale by rj?27J WM. DOCK, JR.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 18 October 1860

T B. HUTCHISON , A 1* » E R M A W . OFFICE: TKIKD STREKT, FOURTH DOOR ABOVE SOUTH, jyl7 HARRISBURG, PA. d3m* w. _^r hays, ATTORVET-irr.-LAW. OFFICE, WALNU STREET, BETWEEN SECOND & THIRD, ap6] harrisburg, pa. [dly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 18 October 1860

Susimss Cards TJENTISTRY. THE UNDERSIGNED . DOCTOR OF DENTAL SURGERY Respectfully tenders his professional services to the citizens of Harrisburg and vicinity. OFFICE IN STATE STREET, OPPOSITE THE BRAD Y HOUSE. sep25-d&wtf B. M GILDEA, D. D. S.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 18 October 1860

rpHEO. F. SCHEFFER, BOOK, CARD AND JOB PRINTER janS No. 18 Market _Stwt, _Uarrisbuiw.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 18 October 1860

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 19 October 1860

Ccgal _Nottces PROCLAMATION. ELECTION FOB PRBSIDENTIAL ELECTORS Pursuant to an act of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvaniaentitled » An Act relating to elections in this Commonwealth," approved the 2d day of July, A. D. _onethoufetnd eight hundred and thirty-nine, I, J. M. EYSTKR, Sheriff of the county of Dauphin, Pennsylvania, do hereby make known and give notice to the electors of the county _aforesaid, that an election will be hell in the said countv of Dauphin, ON TUESDAYTHE SIXTH DAY OF NOVBM *JsR, A D l8f0, * » _wbinh time Electors for PRESIDENT and VICE PRESIDENT of the United States will be elected. I ALSO HEREBY MAKB KNOWN AND GIVE NOTICE that the places of holding tbe uforesaid i eueral election in th_» sever.il ward*, noro uhs,districts and _towowhips within tbe CO"nty of Dauphin, are _»s follows, to wit: By the 37th section of the _*ct of Assembly, incorporating the city of _Hnrr _sburjr, it is provided as followsto wit: " Th >t all _gd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 19 October 1860

The Battle of _Caskkta.—The foreign intelligence brought by the Arabia _ia one week later than by previous arrivals—something unusual at the present time, when a steamer generally arrives about every other day. As for the last eighteen months, the interest attending it concentrates upon Italy. The Pope has issuced another feeble and querulous protest against the inactivity of the Catholic powers in interfering in his behalf. Napoleon HE has declared his intention of maintaining his nonintervention principles. Victor Emmanuel has announced his determination to assume the command of his troops in the Papal dominions, and to be himself "foremost in _danger." These three items are the most important features of the foreign intelligence, excepting the glad tidings of the battle of _Cnserta and ihe brilliant successess of Garibaldi. The telegrams on this point are brief, simply announcing that on the 18th instant theGaribaldians inet the royal troops, who broke up ia confusion and wer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 19 October 1860

Guizot's Account of the Last Hours of Lafayette.—No life, says Guizot in his memoirs_, had ever been more passionately politioal than his; no man ever placed his ideas and political sentiments more constantly above all other prepossessions of interest. But politics were utterly unconnected with his death. Ill for throe weeks, he approached his last hour. His children and household surrounded his bed; he ceased to speak, and it was doubtful whether he could see. His son George observed that, with uncertain gestures, he sought for_<_eooiething in his bosom. He came to his father's assistance, and placed in his hand a _medsillion which he always wore suspended round his neck. M. de Lnfayette raised it to his lips; this was his last motion.— That med-tHion contained a miniatnre and a lock of hair of Madame de Lafayette, his wife, whose loss he had mourned for twenty-seven yrars. Thus, already separated from the entire world, along with tbe thought and image of the drvoted com...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 19 October 1860

FRIDAY MORNING, OCT. 19, 1860 Origin of the Term "Tiger.—A correspondent, signing himself "An Old Tiger," gives the following interesting account of the origin of the "Tiger," in a recent number of tbe California Spirit of the Times. It is worth reading: In the summer of 188-5, or thereabouts, the Boston Light Infantry made a campaign to tbe neighboring city of _Ssilem. The corps being divided into four sections, each section took to itself a name. The membevs of one section called themselves Lions; another section took the name of Tigers, and as this last section contained not only the best soldiers, but also the greatest wits and wags, originated all the fun and deviltry, giving life and iooe to the camp. The corps, on the breaking up of the encampment, adopted that name, and have ever since been known as the Tigers, now termed, by way of distinction, the Old Tig«>rs. The Tiger groan originated in this wise: At a dinner given to the corps during that visit, a trial ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 19 October 1860

Taglioni in Her Old Age—The Glory of a Dancing Divinity Departed.—What can be imagined more melancholy, says a recent number of the New York Express, than the sight now presented of the rehearsals at the Grand Opera in Paris. Taglioni, once la Deese de la danse, has been obliged by Time, who, like pallida _mors, knocks at every door, to abdicate her divinity; she no longer delights admiring crowds, nor by her enchanting grace extorts the plaudits of the echoing theater. And yet the souvenirs of her former glory are too strong to allow her to live elsewhere, and every morning she visits the stage to superintend the rehearsals of a ballet in which she is not to dance. The incomparable gyrations that so facinated the world can never more be renewed, but she groups the corps and arranges the tableaux, and directs the movements of the huddling ballet er ' s _andT 'Ifghls, _fffetf^^e_^fhc_^^^-_^_lg o]^ to whirl herself into attitudes of such grace ihat none could resist their charms, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 19 October 1860

The Shower Bath in Sing Sixg.—A Horrid Punishment.—The tortures of Sing Sing prison exceed by far the punishments inflicted in Neapolitan dungeons, if the details of the "showering" of one dasperado there, recently, are true. It was Tom Kelly, a noted ruffian, who suffered. It is said that he only took advantage of the keeper's negligence, escaped, was re-captured, and the keeper, actuated by revenge, punished him beyond reason. Kelly was placed naked in a bath, hip feet, hands and head being firmly pinioned. Tho water was allowed to trickle down his face and warm body for a few minutes before the bath fell upon his head. At length it fell. ' Tom bore it well, not a shiver of the legs, not a muscular movement of the hands or fingers, not a single cry of distress, although he was actually being drowned for about five minutes. "You beai it well, Tom," said one of the keepers, ofter the first five minutes had elapsed, and time had been given him to recuperate. " It's awful," was To...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 19 October 1860

1> J. HARRIS, WORKER IN TIN, SHEET IRON, AND METALLIC ROOFING, Second Street, below Chestnut, HARRISBURG, PA. Is prepared to fill orders for any article in his branch of _business; and if not on hand, he wil l make to order od short notice. " . _«, ..»« METALLIC HOOFING, of Tin or _Qalvanwed Iron, constantly on hand. Also, Tin and Sbtset-Iron WareSpouting, *C. He hopes, bj strict attention to the wantB of his customers, to merit and receive a generous share of public patronage. _jjy Every promise strictly fulfilled. B. J. HARRIS, janT-dly] Ps-.cond 8treet, helow _Chtwtnat. T_^ISH!! FISH!!! _MAOKESiSL, (_Nos. 1, 2 and 3.) SALMON, (very superior.) SHAD, (Moss and very fine ) HERRING, (extra large.) OOD FISH. * SMOKED HERRING, (extra Digby.) SCOTCH HBRRiNa. SARDINES AND ANCHOVIES. Of the above we have Mackerel in whole, half, quarter and eighth bbls Herring in who'e and half _bbls. The entire lot new—direct from the fishkribs, and will sell them &t the _Wohi market r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 19 October 1860

Curious Story of a Pirate.—The Governor of Bourbon was rery circumspect in his con duct towards tbe pirates. It so happened that the Viceroy of Goa enme to an anchor in the road St. Denis, and was invited to dinner by the governor; but he had no sooner landed than a piratical vessel of 50 guns moored along side his ship, and took possession of it. The captain then came on shore, invited himself to dine with the governor, placed himself at the table between him and the viceroy, and informed the latter that he was a prisoner. When the Wine and good cheer had put the pirate in good humor, M. Desforgues, the governor, asked how much he would accept as the viceroy's ransom. "I must have a thousand piastres," _wjj _s the pirate's answer. "Come," said M. Desforgues, "that is too little for a brave man like you and a man of rank like him; ask more or set him at liberty." "Bah !" said the generous coisair, "why waste words on such a trifle?—he is free." The viceroy hastened fromW_^_frZf_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 19 October 1860

T_^STABLISHED 1810 Ju —- FANCY DYEING K ST A BLISHMENT. j &. W. JONES, No 432 N. Front Street, above Callowhill,. Philadelphia, dye _blLKS, WOOLEN AND FANCY GOODS of every description. Tneir superior style of Dyeing Ladies " and Gentlemen's Garments ie widely known. Crape and Merino Shawls dyed the most brilliant or plain colors. Crap* and Merino Shawls cleaned to look like new—also. Gentlemen's apparel. Curtains, &c, cleaned or re-dyed. Uj" Call and look at our work before going elsewhere. sepll-d3m VT7H0LESALE 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 promptly, and satisfaction guaranteed. We have a large supply of the following articles : COFFEE, TOBACCO, SUGAR, HAMS, SYRUPS, BACON, TEA. great varictj; ^_ FISH, STARCH, SALT, CHEESE, |TAR & O1LJ SOAP, WHITE LEADJ SPICES, GLASS, POWDER & SHOT, 0AKUM . & P...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 19 October 1860

_TiAKE NOTICE! That we have recently added to our already full stocl OF S E G A ii S LA N0RMATIS, HARI KARr, EL MONO, LA BANANA. OF PERFUMERY For the Handkerchief : TURKISH ESSENCE, ODOB OF MUSK, LUBIN'S ESSENCE BOUQUET. For the Hair : EAU LUSTRALE, CRYSTALI ZED POMATUM, MYRTLE AND VIOLET POMATUM. For the Complexion : TALC OF VENICE, ROSE LEAF POWDER, NEW MOWN HAY POWDER, BLANC DE PERLE3. OF SOAPS Bazin'8 Finest MOSS ROSE, BENZOIN, Ui'JfER TEN, VIOLET,' NEW MOWN HAY, JOCKEY CLTJB. Having the largest stock and best assortment of Toilet Articles, we fancy that we are better ablo 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, MED ICINES, CHEMICALStic 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 — 19 October 1860

_p O A L ! 0 O A L ! ! - ONLY YARD IN TOWN THAT DELIVERS COAL BY THE P A T E N T W E I G II C A 11 T S ! NOW IS THE TIME For every family to get in their supply of Coal for the winter—weighed at their door by the Patent Weigh Carts. The accuracy of these Carls no one disputes, and they never get out of order, as is frequently the case of the Platform Scales; besides, the consumer hag the satisfaction of proving the weight of his Coal at his own house. I have a large snpply of Coal on hand, CO";:I^!; 'ig of 8. M. CO.'S LYKENS VALLEY COAL all sizes LYKENSVALLEY do " " WILKESBARRE do. • BITUMINOUS BROAD TOP do. All Coal of the best quality mined, and delivered free from all _imparities , at the lowest rates, by the boat or car load, single, half or third of tons, and by the bushel JAMES M. WHEELER. Harrisburp, SeptemlxT 24, I860.—sep25

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 19 October 1860

rp O THE PUBLIC JOHN TILL'S; _COAIi I V It !) , SOUTH SECOND STREET, BELOWIPRATT'S ROLLING MILL, HABBISBURG, PA., Where be has constantly on hand LTEENS VALLEY BROKEN, EGG, STOVE AND NUT COAL. ¦ ALSO, WILKE8BARRE STEAMBOAT, BROKEN, STOVE AND NUT COAL, ALL OF THE BEST QUALITY. I t will be delivered to consumers clean, and full weight warranted. 07" CONSUMERS GIVE ME A CALL FOR YOUR WINTER SUPPLY. 21?" Orders left at my house, in Walnut street, near Fifth; or at Brubakcr's, North street; J. L. Speel's, Market Square; Wm. _Bostick_'s, corner of Second and South streets, and John Lingle's, Second and Mulberry BtreetB,will receive prompt attention. _JZ!?^___J___-__L^_^_JonN TILL . ¦

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