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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

Another 13londin Feat.—Mons. _^ Blondin has finally determined to keep on doing wonderful feats until he breaks his neck., His last performance was walking on stilts over a rope stretched between two points elevateu>_£0O feet above the ground, at Jones' Woods, New York. The distance traveled was al out 1,200 feet, and the time consumed in making the journey was precisely 19 minutes.

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

"KTEW BOOKS! JUST RECEIVED "SEAL AND SAY," by the author of " Wide, Wide World," '«Dollars aud Cents," &c. "HISTORY OP METHODISM,"by A.Stevens, LL.D. For sale at SCHEFFERS' BOOKSTORE, «D0 No. 18 Marke at.

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

The Straight-out Douglas Ticket Withdrawn. The Douglas Straight-out Committee met in Philadelphia on Thursday last, ami determined to ¦withdraw the Straight-out Douglas electoral ticket, and also recommended tlie Heading electoral ticket to the support of* the Douglas men of the State. As the Democratic State Committee h_«s already recommended the Reading ticket as it -was constituted by the State Convention, without conditions or pledges, there is now only _ona ticket in the field claiming the support of Democrats. Under these circumstances we can urge upon Democrats every--where, without regard to Presidential preferences, to use their utmost exertions to have the full Democratic vote of the Stale polled in November. We do not feel disposed to quarrel with the members of the Straight-out Douglas Committee for the reasons assigned in their resolutions and address for withdrawing the disorganizing electoral ticket, now that they have thought proper to take the back track. They...

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

GENERAL NEWS It is rumored, in well-informed circles, that his Honor, _Miyor Wood, of New York is engaged to be married to a lady _oi fortune, in 'hat city. The lady is decisive in her choice, but her friends are disposed to withhold their approbation, unless Mr. Wood will promi-e to retire from politics ni, the close of his present mayoralty term. Mr. Wood has very properly declined being 'influenced by any other counsels than thope of his future partner. Mrs. Ezekiel Deyo, of Fiondout, N. V., retiring to her room alone last Friday night, saw the foot of a man under the bed. A second glance confirmed the fact that there was a man under the bed. and she left the room for the purpose .of giving the alarm, when the thief sprang from his hiding place, and in his haste to escape jumped through a window, carrying the frame and sash along with him. One thousand men nre employed in the United States in. the manufacture of sewing machine needles, and the profits on them amount to ne...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

What Shall We All Get? It would lil curious and instructive if the expectations of the prominent Republicans of this State should be revealed to the public inspection. How are all these patriots to be compensated for their exertions in behalf of Lincoln and Curtin ? How many regard a Cabinet appointment or a foreign mission as the least recognition of their services that Lincoln can venture to offer, in case he becomes President ? It is a melancholy fact that we can't all be accommodated with Cabinet places, foreign appointments and fat offices, and that home who did and suffered immensely in the cause will be compelled to be satisfied with an approving conscience as their only reward—which is well enough in its way, but not exactly the sort of food to satisfy the cravings of hungry patriots. In the first place, there is Alex. K. M'Clure, Chairman of the Republican Committee, to be provided for. and provided for handsomely. He is not the man to be put off with crumbs. He must ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

The Insolence of Fanaticism. Carl Shurtz (one of the shirts of Nessus on the back of Mock-Republicanism) in a speech at Utica, New York, on Monday, represented John Brown as a teacher of Virginia, and his bloody instructions as their first lesson in Republicanism. This is a part of his insolent strain: But Southern men must have learned something from the events of the past few years. Th'*y mns' have learned that the northernmost slave States are not qui*e no reliable as they have supposed—they must have learned that the Northern Yai kees, tho blue-bellied y«.nke_»-s as they call them, the rnf-a of 1776. will fight now. if need be—and that there ig a great 'Column of Germans and S _andinavians, who can hund_'e.a muske', who stand ready to aid them. (Three cheers for the Germans ) But you can calm your warlike enthusiasm The South will never come. Let them bra? of dissolution and war as much asthev will. Braggadocio and poltroonery wre ever close bed-fellows. ButwhttTs-ill ihe So...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

Indiana—P._ebublicanism Roosting _Lower. The Republican majority of 15,000 or more is fast dwindling down. The Indianapolis Sentinel of the loth gives official returns for Governor from 40 counties, and unofficial from 12 more. The result, is a majority of 1,305 for Lane, Republican, over Hendricks, Democrat. If the remaining counties show a corresponding insrpase 7 Lane's mnjority in the State, says the Sentinel, " will bo about 0,000." The Congressional delegation stands as before, viz : 4 Democrats and 7 Republicans. The .Senate stands—Democrats 22. Republicans 28. House—Democrats 41, Republicans 57, doubtful 2. The Sentinel expresses a confident belief that Lincoln will not carry the State at. the Presidential election. It reasons thus: The Republican State ticket gota considerable Breckinridge vote and a numerous _Ufll and Everett _vete_, _neither of which it. is probable will go for Lincoln. In addition, a great mnny Breckinridge men did not vote for State officers. These ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

Curious Will or a _Southern Pi.a-xtku Affection for a <%>-The following extraordinary story is in circulation. An aged gentleman, a planter in one of the Southern States, has just died, leaving a fortune of $100,000, which is to be disposed of accoroding to the provisions of his will, and that document is as follows: "I tiequeaih all my effects to the children of my brother, on the following conditions : Desirous of marking my sense of the service which my Newfoundland dog rendered me in saving my life one day when I was drowning, and wishing also to provide for my housekeeper, I appoint my _ssid housekeeper nurse, tutor and mother to my dog. My natural _hfirs shall, on this account, nay to her, out of my entire for tune, a daily sum in the following manner: The daily payment, shsll continue so long as the tlog shall live, but not one second longer. During the first year after my decease, or for so much of it a3 the dog shall live, iny housekeeper shall receive...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

SPECIAL NOTICES Warranted Purely Vegetable.— All the ingredients of Brandrkth'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 bad humors. Theydissolve 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, agree with it, act with it, and always do their work well. Their use has saved many a valuable life. Sold, price 25 cents, at No. "294 Canal street. New York and by all Druggists. Abo, by GEO. H. BELL, corner of Second and Chestnut streets, Harrisburg, and by all respectable dealers in medicines. oct9-d&wlm The Great Engltsh Remedy.—Fir James Clarke's relebratel Female Pills, pr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

LATEST BY TELEGRAPH Destructive Fire in Philadeipoia. Philadelphia, Oct. 19. This morning about five o'clock the large five-storied structure known as the Franklin BuilJings, located immediately in the rear of Franklin Hall, Sixth street below Arch, was destroyed by fire. The fourth story, in which the flames originated, was occupied by Duncan White, bookbinder. The entire stock of work on hand was ruined by fire and water, involving: a loss to Mr. White of about $2,500. E. C. & J. Diddle , Charles Desilve, and other publishers, had work in the hands of Mr. White, which was destroyed or badly damaged. The fire spread to the book'oindery of Charles H. Maro ' t, on the fifth floor, which sustained some loss from water. The third floor was occupied by Wm. S. Young, general job printer. Mr. Young's establishment was deluged with water. Several religious newspapers and periodicals are published here, and the fire will interfere seriously with the issue of some of these pa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

%\t patriot & _Smoiu SATURDAY MORNING, OCT. 20,13G0. •. BARRETT .V. THOMAS C. MacDOWELL. Publishers and Proprietors. _Oommuni cat ions will not be published in the Patriot AXD Union unless accompanied vrith tho name of the ««thor. S. M. PETTEKGILL & CO., . Advertising Ageats, 119 Nassau street. New YnrK, ana 10 State street, Boston, are the Agents for the Patriot AHD Union, and the most influential and largest circulating newspapers in the United States and Canadas They are authorized to contract for us at vv.rlov3t.st vates_% FOR SALE. ...... Aseeond-fcand Adams Press, p laten _~9% by 26inches, in good order; can be worked either by hand or steam sower. Terms moderate Inquire at this office. JIATIOXAL _DEMOCRATIC >OMIN AT1OINS. .UOB pEESlDElfT, JOHN C. _BRECKINBIDGE, OF KESTUCKT. Yfili VICE PRESIDENT, JOSEPH LANE, OF OREGON. * * The _Constitution asd the Eo. uai.itt of the States ! Thesis are symbols of everlasting uxi»n. _ibt thesis bk the rallying cri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

Romantic Makriage in New Jeksey—An Inconstant Bride.—Two young ladies of Hightstown, Mercer county, had been wooed and so far won by a pair of ardent suitors as to have named the day, and the spot, when and where they would surrender hearts and hands. On Sunday last, at Fiinceton, the silver coims were to have been tied, and the tender vows sealed; but, alns! for the mutability of earthly hopes, one of the fair ones, whose affections Cupid had forgotten to label "not transferable," had so far lost sight of all former promises as to allow a new attachment to _spring up in her bosom, and, on the wedding morning, when the first suitor called to claim his bride, he found she had already gone with her new lover to the very spot where she was to have been joined to him in the holy state of matrimony. Forthwith he started in pursuit of the fugitives, and, arriving before the service of the clergyman had heen rendered, the disappointed bridegroom took his inconstant one aside, and repre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

Dr. Brtiiinn's Concentrated Remedies. No 1 THE GREAT RKV1VKR. speedily _erndicate_* all the evil effects of 8K1-K AhUs?_M , a« Loss of Memory Shortness of Breath, «id-1_ineai», P_^lp_=ta'ioD of the Heart, Dimness of Vis'_on, or anv _constitutional i_'eraiigen>ert" _t<{ the _system , brought <>n by ih<» unrestrained indulgence of the _px.'si- ns. Ac's alik«* on ei'her •¦ ¦ex Prii»> One Dollar. No 2. THK BALM will cure iu frnm two to _eijjl.t days, any case of UONOKKHCE *. is wi tlmnt tast« r,r smell. _:>nd requires no restriction of action or diet. For either sex Price cine Hollar. No. 3. THK _TPR_131 will cure in the Fhortent _possihle time. »n« _nase of GLB • T, ev n aft_#.r all other Kem_*d<e_« have failed to produce the _desired effect. No taste or smell Pr<_re One Dollar. No. 4 THE PUNITER is the only _Pemedv that will really cure 8tHctnres o_» the Uie'hra No matter of bow ion* -tending or neglected the cai>...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

DR I Kl) APPLES AND DRIED PEACHES for sale by Octl9 WM. DOCK, Jr ,&CO_. TONES' STORE, AS USUAL! Just received, and rec_^iv: _ng. at JONT.S' STORE, Market Street Harrisburg. a most beautiful _Sto< k of all kinds of DRY GOODS from Philadelphia and N w York, which will be sold Ch apfor fash Buyer* will do themselves justice by _calling Ca pe's. Oil-doth, Blankets, Rujrfl, Matting, tic. Just receiving, Clonks. Arabian Style _Talmax.&c. OC19 _lmd#. "TVlOTTVJLLE GLA_£S WORKS, PHILADELPHIA, MA NU FACTURE CARBOYS, DEMIJOHNS, " WINE, PORTER, MINERAL WATER, PICKLE ANB PRESERVE BOTTLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. H. B. & G. W. BENNERS. • ocl9-dly 27 South Front steret, Philadelphia. PROPOSALS FOR GRADING RIDGE ROAD. SEALED PROPOSALS will be received _ar th- office of the CiiyCouucil. in Harriaburg, nmil SATURDAY , the 20A dan nf OCTOBER, inst.. ' or grading Ridge Road, _according to the profile exhibited in paid office, the ground to b-- deposited at such places ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

JD E M O V A L . JOHN W. GLOVER, MERCHANT TAILOR Has removed to 6O MARKET PT.REET , Where he will be pleased to we all his Mend * octs-dtf _D B O 0 L_> AMATTON._^W _hT_^_Tlhe I Honorable John J. Pearson. President »f the Cm,** _s/_sSuZf _SSr' ?th _%T T w t lfth fi_^_twSSfSE lion. A. U. Ill ESTER and Hon Fri i* Niuat c-v _lunn ate Judges in Dauphin county! hfv _" _ngSd " h _* r _prt directed, for holding a Court of Over «mJ Terminer and Genera ' J_«,l Delivery and Quarter _Sewinn_« of thePeaee at _Hamsburg. for the county of Dauphin, and tn eminence on the 3-/ Monday of November, being the 19lA day of November. 1860. and to continue two weeks. Notice is therefore hereby given to the Coroner Justices of the Peace, and Constables of the said county of Dau that then and there phin, they be in their proner persons, at 10 o' clock in the forenoon of said day. with their records, inquisitions, examination*, and their own remembrancesto do those things which to their efflce app...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

Suspicious Chabacthis in the South.—At B<nnettsvil!e. S. €., on the 10th inst., a father and son, named Hitching?, the father an Englishman, were arrested oususpicioriGfbeingincendiary characters. The populnce were about to hang him to the nearest tree, but it was decreed _l>_est to try them by a jury of citizens. In their trunks xrrre found an invoice from ihe If art ford Fire-arms Company, for $500 w<>?th of guns, revolvers, bowie-Knives, cartridges, caps, &c , which had been shipped to Flcral College. N. <;., by _exprem. Another invcice from the same house for $900 worth of pid.ols and holsters was found. An abolitionist named Bagley, near Uniontown, Perry county, Ala., was apprehendet ' on the night, of the 1st October, on a public road, «nd whipped by _individuals in disguise, for having uttered the following _language in the presenre of a respectable citizen : " If the Union is dissolved and a civil war ensue?. I will be damned if...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

Nero _1\bmxt\5trnmt8 ORANT'S HALL GEORGE CHRISTY'S MINSTRELS! UNDER THE IMMEDIATE PERSONAL SUPERTISION OP GEOEGE CHRISTY, Whose experience of over eighteen years in the profession, and p rformance for the lust twelve years in the city of New York, before the elite nf th«t metropolip, are a _guarantee for tne excellence of the entertainments he submits for public approval. He and his MAMMOTH COMPANY WILL APPEAR FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY! ON TUESDAY EVENING, _OCTOBER 23 r. AT B R A N 2" S HALL. THE ORIGINAL GEORGE CHRISTY, IN _HTS INIMITABLE ENTERTAINMENT, COMPRISING THE PRINCIPAL GEMS OF ETHIOPIAN MINSTRELSY! The best seats reserved for ladies, and ladies with gei'tlemen. Tickets_r 5 cents. Doors open at 7 o'clock—to com _mence at 1%. GEO. D. HALE, Agent. oct20-dtd

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

IMPORT A NT TO FEMALES DR CHEESEMAN'S PI LS. The combination of ingredients in these Pills are tho result of a long and extensive practice. They are mild in their operationand certain in correcting all irregularities painful _menstrnration. removing all obstructions, whether from cold or otherwise, headache, pain in the side, palpitation of the heart, whites, all nervous affections, hyHterics, fatigue, pain in the back and limbs, &c, disturbed 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 prbmatokb gravb. No female can eniov good health unless she is regular, and whenever an obstruction takes place the general health begins to A a /•! j vi g ' DR. CHEESEMAN'S PILLS are the most effectual remedy ever known for all complaints peculiar to Females. To all classe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

Special Elections in Virginia. Richmond, Oct. 19. Elections were held in this State yesterday to fill vacancies in the State Senate. In the Eighth district Gen. Cox (Douglasite) is ahead as far as heard from. Dickinson (Breckinride,) in Pryor's district, is elected. Thfe Twentieth district is not heard from. For the House of Delegates, Crump is elected over Campbell, from Amelia and Nataway counties —a Whig gain. In Patrick and Flavuna counties the Breckinridge delegates nre elected. Hon. Henry W. Hilliard, of Alabama, is now addressing a large crowd of the great defeated on the subject of union or disunion. Death of an old Philadelphia Merchant. Philadelphia, Oct. 19. Thomas Richards, an old and esteemed merchant of this city, died suddenly yesterday, at the moment when his friends were about, celebrating his golden wedding, and marriage of his daughter. He was in his eighty-first year and quite infirm, and somewhat excited in anticipation of the day's festivities.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 20 October 1860

Speech of John Cessna. The _following report of the remarks of John Cessna_, before the Straight-out Douglas Committee is taken from the Pri">s, and is worthy of _preservation as an humble confession of weakness: Mr. Cessna responded in some lengthy remarks. The action of the BrecMnrirfge flankin falling back upon the Reading _tickft was prompted by a desire to ruiu Judge Douglas. They hoped ih.t the straight ticket ¦ would b<* retained, knowing that the friends of Judge Douglas would be divi-'ed between it and the Reading regular ticket. Then they would openly deel ire that the «ompara_*ive ' y few v tes cast for the straight ticket constituted _Douglas ' entire strength in Pennsylvania, and claim the entire vote for the Itrading ticket as indicative of Breckinridge strength. 1 he hopes of Jndge Dougl s -would be ruined by retaining the straight ticket. It had Bnbserved its purpose in <-oereng the Welsh-i tes into 8ubmisK on The regular electors were bound in...

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