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

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Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 19 October 1860

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

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

aENERAL NUWti. A Newspaper Reminiscence.— The Late Mr. Lumsden.—Ur. George W. Kendall writes from Texas to the New Orleans Picayune:—"It was in the winter of 1833-4, at the office of the National Intelligencer , in Washington city, where we were both employed, that I at first became acquainted with Francis Ashbury Lumsden.— Born in North Carolina, of good old revolutionary stock, he had served an apprenticeship with the elder Gales in the office of the Register, at Raleigh. He was now in the employ of the junior Gales, at the seat of government, and from the first a strong friendship sprang up between us. We met again m New Orleans the following year; we finally started the Ticayune together, and from that period a close amity anil friendship existed between us. — Faults Lumsden had, as who of us have not; but they were so covered up by a long list of generous and ennobling qualities that all were forgotten as soon as committed. At every social gathering he was the life and ...

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

The Way Anti-Slavery Sentiment is Manufactured. The Abolition agitators in this country, says the Journal of Commerce, are not content with disturbing the public peace and quiet by a discussion of the slavery question where slavery does not exist, and where there is no responsibility for its existence—by thrusting it into the churches and benevolent societies—by making it an issue in elections, general and local, and by making it, in short, the element of strife and discord everywhere, but they extend their operations to Europe, where do such institution as African slavery prevails, and where the people ought, first to be let alone on the subject, and second, whatever their views, to abstain from all interference with the domestic affairs of the United States.' The zeal of the real anti-slavery brigands is however too hot for confinement either to the region where slavery can be affected at home, or to the boundaries of our own country. They consider their mission unaccomplished...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 19 October 1860

SB._VJTB. (Nwly elootod members marked with a _utar ) 1st District—Philadelphia, lbth—Dauphin and Le.ba-*_Jeremiah Nichols, B. j von. John H. Parker B. j *A. R Bonghter , K. George R. Smith, R. il6th—T ancaster. George Conn ell, R. j *Wm. Hamilton. R. 2d—Chester and Delaware, j *John _Hiestand, ' R. *Jacob S. Ser. ill. R. _|17th— York. Sd—Montgomery. ' j Wm. II WelshD. John Thompson, R. !18th—Adams , Franklin and 4th— Rucks. j Fulton. Mahlon Yardlev, It. i A. K M'Clure, tt. 5th—Lehigh and JVo_«A-|l9th—Somerset, Bedford $ amptmi: | Huntingdon. Jeremiah Scliindcl , D. | *8. S. \vharton_, R. 6th—Berks. j20th— Blair, Cambria and *Hiester Clvmer, D. | Clearfield. Ith—Schuylkill. \ Louis W. HallR. Robert M Palmer, R. j21st—Indiana and Arm-8lh—Carbon,, Monroe, Fike\ strong. and Wayne. ' \ J. E. MeredithR. #Henry S. Mott, I) . ;22d—Westmoreland _f Fay-9\h—Eradjord,Susquehan- ette. na, Sullivan and Wyo- *Smith Fuller , R. ming. 2Sd—Washington $ Greene. George Landon, R. _*Geo. V. Lawrence,...

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

Pennsylvania and the Tariil. The leading Republican papers in Pennsylvania admit that the State election was carried mainly upon the Tariff issue. The Philadelphia Worth American, for instance, exhibited great treme anti_^slavery views characteristic of the Republican party in other latimdes. It administered very mild doses of Lineolnism to its readers, and sought to commend Republican doctrines under the winning exterior of conservatism. Its arguments were all directed to demonstrating that Lincoln was not the representative of the radical anti-slavery school, but was really a conservative of the old-fashioned Whig Henry Clay kind. Mr. M'Michael, the editor of this _leading organ of Pennsylvania Republicanism, stumped the State for Curtin and Lincoln, confining his remarks almost exclusively to the Tariff and other kindred issues, invented by the Republicans as so many mate-weights in the contest. The slavery question he regarded of so little moment that lie could not find time...

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

The Central _Ajierican _Shootijus.—The Death of Walker and Mora.—The New York Day Book comments upon the last tragedy in Central America, the execution of General Mora, Canas and Avarcilia, and remarks : "A sad coincidence may be observed in the final ends of Mora and his old antagonist Walker. Mora drove the American _filibuster out of Nicaragua, and subsequently was driven out of Central America himself. He returned to recover Costa Rica. Walker returned to recover Nicaragua, and, within one month of each o-her, they fell upon the shores of the Carribbean. The similarity in the manner of their deaths was carried out to the last. Neither Walker nor Mora died from the first fire of the auldiers. In both cases the brains of the victims were scattered to the winds by the pistol, as their bodies lay writhing in the Gen. Mora was about forty-five years of age, and in early life a mt-rchant of high social position. In 1848 he was elected President of the Republic of _Costa Rica. The ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 19 October 1860

IS cm _^bocrttgemcnt0_> DKLKD APPLES AND DRIED PEACHES for sale by octl9 WM. DOCK, Jh , & CO. TO S T—In Chestnut street, between J Fourth and Second, or in Second street between Chestnut and Washington avenue, a O'PPER POWDER FLASK. The finder will be liberally rewarded by leaving the same with the _subfcriber , in Fourth _street, near _Rhestnmt. roct_!9 _dltl PHILIP LINN. TONES' STORE, AS USUAL! Just received, and receiv: ng, at JONES' STORE, Market Street Harrisburg. a took t beautiful Stock of all kinds of DRY GOODS from Philadelphia and N-w York, which will be sold Ch apfor Cash Buyers will do themselves justice by calling C&pe'B. Oil-cloth, Blankets, En?^ Matting, &c. J_«_st receiving, _Cloukfl_, Arabian Style Talma*. &c. oclfl-lmd*. "TVYOTTVILLE GLAfcS WOKKS, PHILADELPHIA, MANUFACTURE CARBOYS, DEMIJOHNS, WINE, PORTER, MINERAL WATER, PICKLE ANBPRESERVE BOTTLES OF KVEBi" DESCRIPTION. H. B. & Q. W. BENNERS, ocl9-dly 27 South Fr...

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

Ohio election. The Republican paper3 of Ohio at length concede the election of eight Democrats to the next Congress, which is a gain of two upon the old delegation. The Cincinnati Gazette of the 14th gives _ii list of the members elect, as follows : 1st District. Geo. H. Pendlcton, _Pem. 2d iJ John A. _Gurley, Rep. 3d " C. L. Vallandiaham, Dem. 4th »« Wm. Allen,Dem. 5th « J.M.Ashley, Rep. 6th " C. A. White, Deia. 7th " Thomas Corwin, Rep. 3th « Samuel Shellabarger, Rep. 9th " Wm P. Noble, Dem. 10th " C. A. Trimble, Rep. 11th " V.B Horton,Rep. 12th " S S. Cox, Dem. 13th " John Sherman, Rep. 14th " . H. G Blake, Kep. 15th " Geo. Nugent, Dem. 16th » W. P. Cutler, Rep. 17th <• J. R. Morris, Detn. 18th " 8. _Edgr rton. Rep. 19th » A. G. Riddle, Rep. 20th '- John Hutchins, Rep. 21st " J. A Bingham. Rep. Democrats, 8; Republicans, 13. Pendleton'_s majority is about 850 Vallatidigham's 133 Allen ' s 818 White's 1,306 Noble 's ~ 587 Cox ig „_ ...... 873 The vote for Stats office...

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

SPECIAL NOTICES The Great English: Remedy.—Fir James Clarke's Celebrated Female Pills , prepared from a prescrip _t ion of Sir J. Clarke. M. D., _Physician Extraordinary to the Queen. This invaluable medicine is unfailing in the cuie of all those painful and dange ous _diseases to which the female constitution is subject. It moderates all excess and removes all obstructions , and a speedy cure may be relied on. TO MAKRIKD LADIES it is peculiarly suited. It will in a short tima bring on the monthly period with regularity. Each bottleprice One Dol ar, bears the Government Stamp of Great Britain, to prevent counterfeits. Thksi Pills should not be takkn _bt _fujulbs _dxtriixq thk FIRST THREE M- >NTtf S of Preonanct, as th«t ar« SORB TO BRING ON MISCARRIAGE , BUT AT ANT OIHtB TIMS THETARESAF8. In allc 'Sesof Nervous and Spinal Affection*, Pain in the Back and Limbs, fatijiU« on slight t-Xertion, P lpitation of the Heart , Hysterics and Whites, these Pil's will • ffe >...

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

Dr. Brunon ' s Concentrated Remedies. No I THE GREAT _BKVlVRK. speedily eridicate- all the evil eflfrets of 8_BLF1 Ai.USW , an L«-ss of M«morv, Shortness of 6,-rath, _faddiness, P«lp : ta'ioD of the Heart, Dimness of Vision, or anv constitutional «"eraneen>«i t* vf the 8T8t»m _, brough' on tiy the unrefTraim-d _induijencn of thu piFfii> n«. Ac's al_»k>- on r?*brr -ex _Priw ' >»*• Dollar. No 2 THE BALM will cuiv in _fiT>m two to e-vl.t day * , any case of GONOKRHCE \, is wirhnut last*«r smell. _»nd requires no restriction of action or di--c. For either sex. Price One Dollar. No. 3. THK TRRKR will cure in the shortest _powihle time, am c»seof GLB' T, _evn »f ter all other _Kfnv_*d_>_e< have failed lo produce the _ilemred effect. No taste or smell _Prme On«« Dollar. No. 4 T'lB PUNITER 5s *h« only Uem«»dv that will really cure Stn' ctmes o_» tl.e (Jie'hra N«. _matter of how Ion* -tending or neglected the ca_*e may be. Price One Dollar. ...

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

DIED At _Lewisburg, Union county, at the residence of her uncle, Mr John Randolph, on Wednesday, October 17'h, after a brief illness, Miss Alice Jane, only _daughter of Hon. Joseph Casey, of this city, aged 4_y>_nrs, 3months and 22 days. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral this afternoon at half-past two o'clock, from Herr's Hotel, to proceed to the Cemetery. In the death of Altcb, the hearts of her bereaved parents are crushed with sorrow. She was justly their pride, their hope, their peculiar treasure- Full of life and buoyant spirits, little did they think their cherished one could thus early die. But thus it is the order of Providence is often reversed. Children who are looked upon by their parents as the stay and joy of life—a comfort and support in declining years—and at last to soothe them in their last hours, are often first called, leaving the earth dark and desolate tn those who remain. In the premature death of Alice man...

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

Communications will not be published In the Patriot ABB TJmios unless accompanied with the name of the •athor. S. ML PETTENGIIX & CO., Advertising Agents, 119 Nassau street, New York, and 10 State street, Bostonare the Agents for the _PATRIOT ABO Uhios, and the most influential and largest circulating newspapers in the United States and _Canaaas They are authorized to contract for us at our loices t rates_^ FOR _SAfcE. A#e«md-b*tid Adams Peess, platen -AS oy -6incb.es In good order; can be worked either by hand or steam sower. Term3 moderate _Inquire at this office. _ifATIONJLZ. _DEMOCRATIC I* OMIIN _AXIOMS. FOR _PRESEDEVT, JOHN C. BRECKINRIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, JOSEPH LANE, OP OREGON. ? * Thb Constitution axd the _Equalitt of thk 8_tatb8 ! thbse abb symbols of evkrlastixg tjsiun. ibt thb8b bb thb ballyixg cries of the people. — J. O- BRECKINRIDGE. "Instead of breaking up the Union,we intend to _strengthen and to lengthen it. "—J. C. Breckixridge. •« We k...

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

IMPORT A NT TO FEMALES DR. CHEESEMAN'S PU US. The combination of ingredients in these Pills are thft result of a long and extensive practice. They are mild in their operation, and certain in correcting all irregularities_, painful _menstruration, removing all obstructions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pain in the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all nervous affectionshysterics, fatigue, pain in the back and limbs, &c, disturbed sleep, which arise fromintermpfinn nfnutnre. 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 premature gravs. No female cam enjov good health unlesB she is regular, and _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 in...

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

LATEST BY TELEGRAPH The Prince at Boston. Boston, Oct. 18. The demonstrations to day, in honor of the Prince of Wales were elaborate and imposing. The streets were crowded with people ; and the military, comprising three thousand men, were reviewed on the Common by Gov. Banks and the Prince. Ralph Farnham was introduced to His Highness this morning. The steamer Styx has arrived at Portland. This afternoon there is to be a grand musical festival in the Music Hall, which has been elegantly decorated. The performance will conclude With the singing, by 1,200 school children, of an ode, written by Dr. Oliver Wendell Holmes, to the air of " God save the Queen." The schools and many places of business are closed to-day, and the city wears a holiday aspect. This evening the Prince attends a grand ball in the Boston Theatre. To morrow he visits Howard University, and on Saturday he departs for Portland, whence he will sail for England.

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

Ihe Arkansas Militia Preparing foe War.—Gov. Oonway, of _Arkansas, has made a new discovery, and issued a proclamation to the militia of the State, directing them to " prepare for trouble and danger." In this remarkable document Gov. Con way announces the important discovery that the peril of the South comes, not from the North, but from the machinations of Great Britain. Hear him : "It is my opinion that the settled and secret policy of the British government is to disturb the domestic tranquilit-y of the United States. That its object is to break up and destroy our government, get rid of a powerful rival, extend the area of the British dominions on this continent, and become the chief and controlling power in America. It is my opinion that the abolition statesman was fully aware that the British government intended, unceasingly, to pursue his policy of disturbing the domestic tranqudity of the United States, when lie announced that there was an 'irrepressible conflict' betwe...

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

A UDITOR-S NOTK E —Whereas, the _JTl underMgnPd was appointed an Auditor by the Orphans' Court of Dauphin county, on the _exceptions filed to the account of _«eo,ge l._andi.s Christian _Jiangs _«nd John _Balsbauoh _exectors of the e._^tate of t _hristiaa LwhMateof Derry townshipin 8aid ,ou ty, d cea_^d _fhl._TlS _hF 4_*y _^ei \t0 a11 pe raon8 interested therein, hisoflicein the city of _Harrisburg. on THURSDAY, the 8th day of November , A D 18_»0. at IO«. » . lock A M on B_%d cti_£d5t JOHN H_.BMGGS, _Auditor. U E M o V A L . ~~~ JOHN _W. GLOVER, MERCHANT TAILOB. Has removed to 60 MARKET STREET, Where he will be pleased to see all his friends. _nrtR_.ritf

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

TT P TOWN PATENT WEIGHCARTS. For the convenience of my numerous np town customersI have established, in connection w thmy old yard a Branch Coal Yard _opposite North street, in a line with ' the Pennsylvania canalhaving the office formerly occupied by Mr R. Harriswhere consumers of Coal in that' _vicinity and _Verbek*town can rect-ive their Coal by the PATENT WEIGH CARTS, WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE FOR HAULING, And in any quantity they may desire, as low as can be pui chased anywhere. FIVE THOUSAND TONS COAL ON HAND, Of LYKENS VALLEY and WlLKESBARRE, all sizes IE7* Willing to maintain fair prices, but unwilling to t_.e undersold by any parties. 07*All Coal forked op and _delivered clean and free from all impuri'ies, and the best article mined. Ord-rs received at either Yard will be promptly filled, and all Coal deliv_* red by t e _Patmt Weigh Carts. Coal sold by Boat, Car load, single, half or third of tons, and by the bushel. JAMES M. WHEELER Harrisburg, October 13,186 .—oct_!5

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

L IREMENS' AND ClTiZESS' GRAND DRESS BALL, FOR THK BENEFIT OF THK FRIENDSHIP FIRE COMPANY'S, NO. 1, STEAMER, TO BE GIVE* A-T B R A N T'S CITY HA L L ON _TffE EVENING OF _OCTOBfR 25, 1860. jE_7=-TicKeif* {1 00—to be had of the Managers and at the principal Hotels P. S.—Firemen are requested to attend equipped. MANAGERS : G. Earnest S. S. Child, H. _Sehlayer, Wm. Haehnlen , C F. Ma'loy, H. M'Gowan , D. E.Rud.-, L. Weaver, W Weaver, Geo. V Corl , H. Fraley_, J Berrir, 3. Bu khart , J. Green, C. MacDowell _, Wm. Lescure. FLOOR MtftAGBR: H. C. Shaffer. ASSISTANTS : octlS J. P. Bitner, J. Lone. dW

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