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

_fitocrn Stable* PITY LIVERY STABLES, * f_^t r._LACKBE _ERY ALLEY, _^SS_^ IN THE REAR OF HERRS HOTEL. The undersigned h'is re-commen ed the LIVERY BU JNESS in his NEW AND SPACIOUS STABLES. _looted as above, witu a large and. vari< _d stock of HORSES, CARRIAGES AND OMNIBUSES, Which he -will hire at moderate rates. octlS-diy p. K. SWARTZ.

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

QOAL! GOAL!! COAL!!! The suosenber is prepared at all times to deliver to the citizens of Harrisburg the different kinds and sizes of LYKENS VALLEY, PINE GROVE AND WILKES BARRE COAL, weighed on the CITY WEIGH CART at the consumer's door, and full weight guaranteed Prices as low as at any regular yard in the city. Orders left at his office, corner Fourth and Market streets, or dropped in the Post-office, will be promptly attended to. aull-dSm DAVID M; C0RMICK.

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 22 October 1860

tt ">' hoIbteTi _iTo" . " C . F . V 0 L L M E R Is prepared to do all kinds of work in the UPHOLSTERING BUSINESS. Pays particular attention to MAKING AND PUTTING DO WN CARPETS, MAKING AND REPAIRING MATTRASSESREPAIRING FURNITURE. &C. &C. He can I_* found at all times at his residence, in the rear of the Willi'im Tell House, corner of Raspberry and Blackberry alleys. sep29-dly

Publication Title: Daily Patriot And Union
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Daily Patriot and Union — 22 October 1860

{_ESTABLISHED IN 1810 _KANT _OY DYEING KSTABT,ISHMENT. J & W. JONES. No 432 N. Front Street, above Callowhi 1. _Philadelphia, dye bILKS, WOOLEN AND FANCY GO-iDS of every description. Tneir superior style of Dying Ladies " aud Gentlemen's Garments is wi-iely knoA-u Crape and Merino Shawls rtyed the most brilliant or |_.l_«in colors. Crap- and Merino Shawl? cleauud to look tike new—also, Gentlemen's apparel. CurUins, &c, _clennei or re-dyed. |£7" Call ai-d look at our work before going elsewhere. sepll-dSin

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

Remarkable _SvukD.—The _stenwef Daniel Drew on Saturday _Ihsi, ran from New York to Albany, a distance of 156 miles, in 6 hoar*50 minutes actual running time, exclusive of eereral landings. This t-hows a tUbtaiuod speed of nearly 224 miles per hour.

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

| J E W BOOKS! JUST RECEIVED "SEAL AND 8AY," by the author of "Wide, Wide World," •* Dolors aud Cents," Ice. "HI8_TORY Ot METUODIS»I,"by A.Stevens, LL.D For sale at SCHiSFFKRS'_BOOKSTORE _»p9 No. 18 Harke st.

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

_PKANK A. MURRAY JC Successor to Wm. Parkhill _, LIVERY & _EXCHANGE STABI_.E THIRD STREET BELOW MARKET.

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

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

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

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

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

GENERAL NEWS —« Crinounb Done For.—As Paris gives the fashions to every place boasting of high civilization, it is fair to presume that the days of crinoline are numbered. A new style of skirt is meeting with great favor there, as it supports the dress without whalebone or steel, relying for this purpose mei-ely on the harmonious and skillful disposition of the plaited muslin of which it is composed. The multiplied skirt, or _jujjon multiple, as it is called, supports a series of volants, tapered and grouped like a fan, which are moved at will by means of metallic eyelets. For traveling it is quite agi'eesible, as it occupies little space. What a boon in a crowded horse-cav! Efeects of the Late Frosts Upon 'J obacco. From all .accounts the effects of the frosts of the latter part of week before last upon the tobacco crop in Kentucky have been most disastrous, involving the loss, perhaps, of about one-eighth of the crop in the tobacco-growing region of the southern portion of...

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

SlIEFSltlXGS OF THE PeOI'LE OF _IvAXSAS.— Threatened _Starvation.—All accounts concur in the statement, that the people of Kansas, in consequence of the failure of the crops are on the point of suffering for want of the actual necessaries of life. Thaddeus Hyatt, in his letter to the President asking tho postponement of the salo of government, lands in that Territory, says : Thousands of once thrifty and prosperous American citizens are now perishing of want. Winter is upon them; of clothing they are nearly bereft; food they have not to last them through the cold season that is approaching. Of over a hundred thousand people upon Kansas soil six months ago, at least one-fourth or one-third have lelt; of the remainder it is safe to say that forty thousand at this moment see nothing but exodus or starvation at the end of the sixty days now just before them : from ten to twenty thousand look with only despairing eyes upon November; thousands cannot subsist a month longer unaided: othe...

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

The True Course for the South. It is rumored that in case Lincoln is elected President, he intends issuing an address to the South, for the purpose of assuring them that his administration will do nothing inimical to their intt rests. It is further rumored that overtures have been made, or will be made, to Southern men, to induce them to accept office under his administration. Whether these ruxnors are true or false, their currency at this time betrays considerable anxiety on the part of the Republicans, lest the inauguration of an administration pledged to wage the irrepressiconflict might be productive of serious consequences. _Notwithstanding that the Republicans have assured their followers that the threats of the South to resist any infringement upon their rights was all gasconade, intended to frighten and intimidate the North, it is evident that they do not believe the truth of their own _statemen s, and that they are anxious to avert the immediate consequences of the sect...

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

_PENNSYLVANIA ELECTION. OFFICIAL VOTE FOR GOVERNOR. j 1857. I 1860. _^ _j 3d I B "_* a COUNTIES. g. | r ! a I 5. ? I _o • e* " ¦ \ = ' r ! § ; ' | _j j J* J ___ Adams I 2.363 J l,900 j 38 2.849 2,773 Allegheny j 6,600; 7.689 J 856 9,190 15,879 Armstrong 2.4091 2,106' 111 2 _. 69S 3.474 Beaver 1,557 1,»99( 5?0 J_.715 2,682 Bedford 2.3_S8 1.568! SOS 2,56l| 2 ,464 Berks 8_i722 2.7501 874 10,318 6,833 Blair _li819 1.450 J 0t_59 2 172 3.051 Bradford 2.082 5.0421 o 2.328 6,664 Bucks 5.747 4 801! 101 C 330 6 383 Butler 2.361 2,8311 53 2.548 3,526 Cambria 2_!379 1,042! 165 2,583 2,177 Cameron* ,,. ' . ' j Carbon 1.567 672; J53 l,930_i 1,722 Centre 2 6P3 2,145! K5 2.824| 3,165 Chester 5.388 5.2CI>| 424j 5_/JKi 7,540 Clarion 2,132 987, 23_| 2.297 1,795 Clearfield l_|459 725 ' 2:-:5! 2,040 1,755 Clinton _^464 1.083! _igi 1.703 1.750 Columbia 2410| 1,144! SO 2.586] 1_^848 Crawford 2,576 3,514 3J178! 5_^277 Cumberland 3.078 2.4661 »8j 3,716 3.625 Dauphin ;iJ09 2_,fi5_fii 600_| 11.302 iM...

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

_OLD ABE WATHA [From the Bradford Herald.] Where -was he born—in a _toed or in a manger '. Who had the first glimpse of the wonderful stranger.' Who were at his birth—were they but few or many! And who was his granny—or did he have any ? Did he have a father—or oWa mother? Did ho have a sister—or onry a brother? Or had he neither—neither one nor the other? Or was he siti generis—-just to pother ? Where was he first seen—at the North or at the South Was his Dativity known by the shape of his mouth ? Were his lips very thick—or were they very thin? Did they pout out—or were they drawn up and tuck'd in Or did they both stand out like the bill of a rock ? Aud could they be mum-scaled with some sort of a lock Were his arms very stout ami his legs very strong ? Were his eye's very large or his nose very long? How old was he called, when he spli this first rail? And did he take good aim with intent not to fail ? Did h« go to the woods to .c ee what he could see ? And to get him a log...

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

Democratic State Committee Rooms, j No. 419 Walnut st- eet, > Philadelphia, October 19,1860. ) At a meeting of the Democratic State Committee, held at Reading on the 12th instant, it was resolved that the action of the Committee on the 2d of July and 9th of August be rescinded, and that the Electoral Ticket placed "before the people of Pennsylvania by the Reading Convention on the 1st of March, 1860, be recommended to the Democracy of Pennsylvania ior their support in the approaching contest. The ticket, as presented by the Heading Convention, is as follows: ELECTORS. GEORGE M. KEIM. RICHARD VAUX. FREDERICK A. SERVER. WILLIAM C PATTERSONJOSEPH CROCKETT. JOHN G. BRENNER. GEOBGE W. J.ACOBY. CHARLES KELLY. OLIVER P. JAMES. DAVID SCHALL. JOELL. LIGHTNElt. SAMUEL S. BARBER. THOMAS H. WALKER. STEPHEN S. WINCHESTER JOSEPH LAUBACH. ISAAC RECKHOW. GEORGE D. JACKSONJOHN A. AHL. JOEL B. DANNER. JESSE R. CRAWFORD. HORATIO N. LEE. JOSHUA B. HOWELL. NATHANIEL P. FETTERMAN. SAMUEL MAR...

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

LETTER FROM BRADFORD C0UNT1 «. Correspondence of the Patriot and Union. Tow and a, Oct. 19, 18GD. De.\_u Patriot:—Although defeated for Governor, we have buckled on our armor and gone vigorously into the fight for the Presidency. In this county we gained nearly 400 over tho Republican majority in 1856, and if the Republicans hadn't made a regular business of trading off their county ticket for votes for Curtin, wo would have doubled our gains; but we intend to do it at the Presidential election, when they will have no county ticket to swap off. When we remember that in 1856 wo gained nearly 80,000 _majority over our vote in the preceding October election, we find we have, notwithstanding our late defeat, still margin enough lef t to recover from it. Pennsylvania has too much at stake to give her vote to an Abolition candidate for the Presidency ; and besides we can now present a united front on the Heading platform, as now adopted by the Central Committee. The leading Dougla...

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

S|t patriot & item. MONDAY MORNING, OCT. 22,1860. •. BABKETT & THOMAS C. MacDOWKLL. Publishers and Proprietors. _Oemmoni cations _Tvill not be published in the Patriot jib Usios unless accompanied with the name of the ¦nthor. s. m. _pettengii.Ij co., Advertising Agents119 Nassau streetNew York ana 10 State street, Bostonare the _Agente for the Patriot AHD Union, and the most influential and largest circulating newspapers in the United States and Canaaas They are authorized to contract for us at our f _w -r ra - « . FOR SALE. . . . A second-hand Adams Prrss, platen -•»_# by finches In good order: can be worked either by hand or steam _fower. Terms moderate _Inqnire at .his office. _NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC _DOMINATIONS. FOR _PRESIDEDT, JOHN C. B BECKINEIDGE, OF KENTUCKY. FOR VICE PRESIDENT, JOSEPH LANE, OF OREGON. * * The Constitution and the Eqb,m_.itt or thk States ! Thbsk ake symbols of everlasting usit-s. _ZiBT THESE BE TBS RA1_LYISO CEIZS OF XHK PEOPLK. J. C_. _...

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

The Great English Remedy.—Fir James Clarke's relebratei Female Pills, _prepared from a _preserip ion of Sir J. Clarke. M. D , _Physician Extraordinary to the Queen. This invaluable medicine is unfailing in th*> cute of all those _pxinful and _daegfe ous _diseases to which the female constitution i_« _subji ct. It moderates all excess and removes all _obstructions, and a sp-ely cure may be relied on. TO MAURI*D LADIES it is _peculinny suited It will in a short time briDg on the monthly period with _regularity Each bottle, price One Uol ar, bears the Government Stamp of Great Britsiin. to prevent counterfeits These Pills shottldkotbb taken by pkmaies during thr first threw ri 'nth80f pregnancy, asth«y 1kb SCRS TO BRING ON MlSCAKEIAliE, BUT AT ANT OiHtB TIMB TriET ARKSAFB. In all c _sus of Nervous and Sp _' nal Affection", Pain in the Back and Limbs, _fatigue on slight exertion, P lpitation of the ilea-t, Hysterics and Whites, these Pil_'s will • ffe-t a cure when all other ...

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