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

fiotcis_. |> U E 11 L JS K HOU fc? K , MARKET SQUARE, HARRISBURG_, PA. UEO. J. BOLTON, Peopriktor. CARD. The above -well known aud long established Hotel in now undergoing a thorough renovation, and being in a great _degree newly _iurnish_'_jij. under tho proprietorship of Mr. Geokgb J. _Bolton, who has been an inmate of the houso for the last three years, and is well known to its guestE. Thankful for the liberal patronage wliicu it has enjoytd, I cheerfully commend Mr. _Boltoti to the pubiio favor. je7 d&wy WILLIAM BUEIILER. _MT. NICHOLAS H.OTKL, BROADWAY, NEW Y0R K When completed, six years ago, the St. Nicholas was universally pronounced the most magnificent, conve nient, and thoroughly organized establishment of the kind on this continent. What it was then, it remains to-day— without a rival in size, in sumpiuousness, and in the general elements of comfort and enjoyment. The Hotel has accommodations for ONE THOUSAND SIX HUNDRED GUESTS, including ONE HUND...

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

_JlkdkaL V\7 M. LOEFFLKR PRACTICAL PHARMACEUTIST AND CHEMISj COR. Ath AND MARKET STS. Having purchlsed the Drug Store of Messrs. _HOLALAK & Co., I beg leave o call tne attention of the public to mjr well stocked Drug Store. My goods will always be _ftracd to be genuine, reliable, and er the first quality. My experience in the Drug business, acquired _prineipafly by traveling through the European Continent, Trill n_»t faii to give satisfaction to every one. MY STOCK CONSISTS OF Drugs, Chemical*, Perfumery, _Soapa, _^ _Begars, Tobacco _, Burning Fluid? . Alcohol and _Caispbeae , _Freah Ground Spices , Corks, Sponges, Brushes, Pomades , Toilet Paints, Combs, Port Honaiec and Purses, Horse and Cattle Powders, Chamois and Sheep Skin?. PATENT MEDICINES , which will be sold but not recommended , as I caccot guarantee a cure in any casa. Besides the above named articles, I hare a very large assortment of other _miflceUaceons articles, which the pntti is invited to come aad...

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

_©_o _fiousckcepers / _Tjj f _Af ECONOMY! ^\ V-*\ _^S1/^ _BiifljpiLiteM %%\ ! fa e i tv . ©V"*1 \^ Js Save the Pieces! '*v _^ As _accidents will happen, even in well-regulated fami tiesit ia very desirable to have some cheap and conve nient way for repairing Furniture, Toys, Crockery, &_.C SPALDING'S PREPARED GLUE meets all such emergencies,and no household can afford to be without it. It is always ready and up to the sticking point. _^ There is no longer a necessity for limping chairs, splintered veneers, headless dolls, and broken cradles It is just the article for cone, shell, and other ornamental work , so popular with ladies of refinement and taste. This admirable preparation is used cold, being chemically held in solution, and possessing all the valuable qualities of the best cabinet-makers ' Glue. It may be used in the place of ordinary mucilage, being vastly more adhesive. •'USEFUL IN EVERY HOUSE " N. B.—A Brush accompanies each bootle. Price, 25 cents. Who...

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

3nsnrance DELAWARE MUTUAL SAFETY INSURAKCfS COMPANY. OFFICE, S. E. COR. THIRD AND WALNUTST5-mi Li A DBLPillA, Incorporated 18S5. Marine Insurance on vessels, cargo and freight, to al parts of the world. Inland Insurance on goods by rivers, canals, _lakos ano ' and carriage to all [.arta of the Union. Fin Insurance on merchandize generally, and on stores_, rirgll'ng houses, &c. _Afiseto of th« Company. November 1,1858,8898,80420-10C _Jollars. November 10,1863. The Board of Directors have this day declared a Divideno of Six Per Cent in CaRh, on the Original Capital Stock md Six Per Cent, on the Scrip of the Company, payable or _mJ after iBt proximo They have also declared a Scrip Dividend of Twenty-Fm e'er Cent on the Original Stock, and on the Earned _J_'re ._Giuir._s for the year ending October 31 1858. Certificates _foi which will be isfined to tbe jar ties entitled to the same, or «nd after the first of _December neit. PrKamblt ami Resolution _otlopted by _tht Board. W...

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

The Best Cueukies—Fall is perhaps the best time to set out young cherry trees. It is not necessary that the soil should be very fertile, and it should not be euricbed by strong manures. A rather low, moist soil, we think is to be preferred; the trees after planting, should be well staked, and the stakes should remain for at l*-aat three years. No tree requires support so much as the cherry,, as it is liable to swag much by the wind, aud become bruised, torn and weakened at the surface oi the gr. und. Few people _care for more than a half a _dozeu varieties ot* cherries, and that U enough when the right sorts are selected. There is in this, as in all other fruit, a considerable contrariety of opinion as to which are the bes_* . Ami ihis can be no cause of _surprise, as the locality and soil have much to do iu raising the cherry to perfection and profit.— Perhaps for the greater portion of Pennsylvania. _N«*w Jer_^-y, Delaware, Maryland, &c, the following varieties, which ...

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

tl A N i> S O M K W 0 M B JN TO THE LADIES. HUNT'S '; BLOOM OP R SKS.P a rich and delicate color tor the _cheeks and lips, WILL NOT WASH Oil HUB OFF, and when once applied remains durable for years, _mailed free in bottles for $1.00. HUNT'S "COURT TOILKT PtiWDER" imparts a _dnzzl ng whiteness to the complexion, and is unlike anything else used for this purpose, mailed free fpr50 cents. HUNT'S '• HltlTISU HALM.'" removes tan, fieckU-s, sunburn and all eruptions of the skin, mailed free for 50 cents HUNT'S "IMPERIAL POMADE," for the hair, _strengthens aud improves its _growth, _fceeps it from lall-Ing off. an _t warranted TO MAKE THK HAW CURL, mulled free for $1 00. HUNT'S '• PEAKL _BEAUTTFIER," for tho teeth and gums, cleanses and whitens the teeth, hardens the gums, purities the _breath _effectually, PRESERVES THK TEETH AND PREVENTS TOOTH-ACHE, mailed free lor §1 00. HUNT'S "BRIDAL WREATH PERFUME," ft double extract of orange blossoms and _coL.gue, mailed free for $1.00...

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

Dwarf Apple Tubes.—Dwarf apple trees are fast becoming favorites. Although tiny •will nev_»T be so extensively employed for orchards as dwarf pears, they will undoubtedly be freely brought into gardens, where a variety is desired in a small space. Every season proves these trees to be what they have been sent out for. They are productive and easily managed; the heads being low, they are easily S heltered and protected, it necessary, during winter. Every part of the tree is immediately under the eye of the cu tivator, by which he is able to control perfectly thiir forms, and to destroy any insects that, may attack them. We are aware that the public know little of these trees, but, alter _several years observation, me have no hesitation in testifying to. their -value, 'i'he _treesjean be planted six feet apart, so that quite a _varjetj may he planted in almost any ffuraeii, w ithout jpaqupying much space. Like peart grown <>n dwarf trees, the fruit of dwarf apple tre...

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

FOUNDED 1852. CHARTERED 1854 . . L O C* A T £ D . , ' 0RNJ5R OF BALTIMORE ANB CHARLES STREETS , The Largest, Most Elegantly Furnished, and,Popular _Commercial College in the United States. Designed _Wpreasly for Young Men desiring to obtain a f boroug h _Practical _Bhsinkss Eddoatiob in _theshorteatposai _bli time and at the least expense. " A Large and Beautifully Ornamented _vCircular, oon taining upwards of SIX SQUARE FEETvjv!th _fipitiiMM OF Penmanship, and a Large _Engravlng(the finest of the kind Hver madeln thm country) repreHentinVthe Interior View of the College, with Catalogue RtatiDB terms A * e will be sent to Every Young Man on _aipliiaUon C« or Charge. . . i. _JTf..,. v _> *•¦¦ Write immediately and you will receive the _package 17 return mail. Address, ~ . _t F»«»ag« jan'26-dly3 E. K_. L08_IJR. RAt»iMMtB, Mp 17 ELLEH'S _DhUG STt \mWife place | \ to buv Balm of Thouand Flower*. 1Bf';e. r

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

Late Sown Wheat.—A Kentucky farmer writes the Louisville Courier that he thinks farmers in his section sow their wheat too early, as early,sown wheat is more liable to injury from the Hessian fly. This is ture, but with us lute sown wheat ismorc liable to injury from the midge—and so we have to steer between these two evils as much as possible. He states that for the last, five j-cars he has sown his wheat after the loth of October—last year from the 18th to the 28ib—and in all these years he has never missed a good crop. While his neighbors were " complaining of fly, freezing out. and rust, be has escaped all, producing from twenty to thirty-five bushels of good bright wheat to the acre." He sows with a drill.

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

Boiled Cons for Hogs and _tItook.—Wai. Tan Loom, writing to the Prairie Farmer, says that he has practiced feeding boiled corn to his Ftock and hog_«, and is " satisfied that he saves one-half his grain, and gains as much more in time ;: ' that one bushel of coru on tho cob, boiled, will produce as much pork as two fc3 raw, and in oue-half the time. In one experiment, he fed three bushels of boiled corn, per day, to 27 _iiogs, for ten days. The average gain was two pounds per day * He then fed the same lot of hogs on three bushels of raw corn per day for twenty days : they gained only a trifle over one pound per day. Such experiments, continued for so short, a time, are not reliable.

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

/ 1_UJSSNUT GrliOVlD WH18_KEY. —The \J purest Spirit ever offered the American public, popleasing none of the poisoning qualities inherent in th* Whiskey in coimnoD use. All person* desirous of using thin Whiskey _tnav rest an. •ured of its purity. "O "W| Philadelphia, Jan. 20th, _lgfig Dbab 8ik:—We have carefully examined the _samrf« ' oi '«0he«nut Grove Whiskey," left with us a few _davTsince, uti find it to contain little or none _«f the potaaSwiab-¦tanee kdtwn as _fuml oil . ' Tours resrectfullj_, BOOTH, QARRBTT & CAMAC, _ _ Analytical Chemists ToChablbsWhabtom ,Je. ,,. _' ¦ _- . For sale bj the only Agent in Harrisburg May 20-j WM.D0CS_./B.

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

T B. HUTCHISON, _ALDERMAN. OFFICE: THIRD STREET, FOCRTH DOOR ABOVE KORTH, jyl7 HARRISBURG, PA. ' d3m* _^ W . HAYS , ATTORJUEY- AIT -LAV, OFFICE, ' WALNU STREET, BETWEEN SECOND & THIRD. ap5] HARRISBURG, PA. Mly

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

Btt0tne00 _tilarfts _TAENTISTRY. THE UNDERSIGNED, DOCTOR OF DENTAL SUKGERY. Respectfully tenders his professional services to tho 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 — 20 October 1860

T> ARAFFINK CANDLES!!!—Made of I PURE PARAFFINE. a material obtained from COAL, combining the ILLUMINATING properties and chemical constituents of Gas. They will stand all climates_, give a clear and brilliant light and burn Ten pee Cent . longer than Wax, Sperm or any other candle in tho market. For sale by WM. DOCK, Jr., marl7 Sole Agent for Harrisburg. QCHEFFER'S Bookstore is the place to IJ buy Gold Pens—warranted

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

rpHEO. F. SCHEFFER, BOOK, CARD AND JOB PRINTER , jan8 No. 18 Market _Street, _HarrisburB.

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

KELLER'S DRUG STOKE is the plwe to ttnd anything in tL way of Perfumer*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 22 October 1860

©a _Contractors _PROPOSALS FOR INDIAN GOODS. Department of tiik Interior, ) Office Indian Affairs, October 1, I860 J SEALED PROPOSALS, endorsed "Proposals for Indian Goods " [Class 1, 2, 3, or 4. as the case may be.] will be received at the office of Indian Affairs until 10 o 'clock, a. m , on Wednesday, the twenty-fourth day of October next, for furnishing the following-named articles ; Class No. 1. Mackinac Blankets, Cloths, and Dry Goods. 3,000 pairs 3-point white Mackinac blankets , to measure CO by 72 _inclien. and weigh 8 pounds 3,500 pairs 2_^-point white Mackinac blaukets, to measure 54 by 66 inches, and weigh 6 pounds. 1,000 pairs 2-point white Mackinac blankets, to measure 42 by 56 inchesand weigh 5* pounds. 800 pairs _i j_^-point white Mackinac blankets, to measure _iti by 50 inch 8, nnd weigh 4_| pounds. 500 pairs 1 poi ut _whitn Maekinac blankets, to measure VjZ by 46 inches, and weigh 31 pounds. 500 pairs 3-point scarlet Mackinac blankets, to measure 60 by 72 inc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 22 October 1860

MONDAY MORNING. OCT. 22, 1860 GEORGE THE FOURTH, The October number of the Com hill Magazine opens with the concluding chapter of Mr. Thackeray's "Four Georges," and very severe it is upon "the rascalliest, sweetest young Prince," Geoi'ge the Fat and Fourth. Here is a satirical pen-portrait of George : "To make a portrait of him at first seemed a matter of small difficulty. There is his coat, his star, his wig, bis countenance simpering under it; with a slate aDd piece of chalk, I could at this very desk perform a recognizable likeness of him. And yet, after reading of him in_^_gcores of volumes, hunting him through old _magazines and newt-papers, lia._viog him iiere at a ball, there at a public dinner, there at races and so forth, you find you have nothing—nothing but a coat and wig and a mask smiling below it—nothing but a great simulacrum.— His sire and _grandsires were men. One knows what they were like; what ihey would do in given circumstances; that, on occasion ihey...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 22 October 1860

THE GIPSIES A correspondent of the World furnishes the following novel statement, concerning the Gipsies: To thb Editok oi' the Wobld :—The allusion made by you in your issue of the —, on the subject of the gipsies, _iuduces me to think that you will give ins -rtion to the following remarks on this singular rsree : The gipsies have frequently _called forth a certain kind and degree of interest, which BOS ofteu died away again for this particular reason, that little or nothing can be _learned from them of their history and condition, on account of the extreme prejudice that is _entertained towards them and the singular _reserve they show to people outside of their body. But when we gain their confidence we find about the tribe much that is interesting to the generality of intelligent persons. The question that _mo?t naturally presents itself, is, " who ore _<h<s gipsies ?" The reader of history will be surprised to know that they are _tlic " mixed multitude" of ...

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