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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

_D _ailg ttppt Tuesday Afternoon, Jane 26, 1860 The Boots Story—What Next ?—We have already mentioned that the prinoipal charge thus far. brought against Mr. Lincoln by the Demoorats is, that he stole three pair of boots _when a member of Congress. Tbia is the substance of the charge* The statement in detail is, that when Mr. Lincoln was a member of Congress he procured three pairs of boots and had them charged to the contingent fund of the House, asf stationery. ' To give it the appearanoe of truth, what purr ported to be an extraot from the report of the expenditure of the contingent fund of that session of Congress was given, containing the item: To three pair of boots furnished Abraham. Lincoln..... ...$26 00 The silly libel has, of course, been generally oopied by the Locofoco press.—: It hardly seems to have been worth notice, bat Dr., Bay,, of Chicago, went to the trouble of writing to Mr. Forney, the present Clerk of the House, asking him for a statement of the fac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

ST. NICHOLAS HOTEL, BROADWAY, NEW YORK. WHEN completed, six years ago, tbe St. Nicholas was universally pronounced the most magnificent, comentent, and thoroughly Organized establishment of the kind on ihis cout'nent. Whaiii was then it remains to-day—without a rival in B'zelo. sumptuousness_, and in the general _elements ol'comiortand e '• joym. nt Tbe Botei has accommodation* for 1,000 guestsincluding 100 complete suites of apartments for families. Six hundred persons can be comfortably seated at tho tables of its three publio dining roomsand nothing that rooitern art has devised for the convenience and social gratification of tbe traveling _pubjio has been omitud in _iis ulan,or is _neglected in'its practical details. The iaily reputation of the houEe at home and abroad, derived from it- » magoit-udeits supe-b appomtmente, and its home like comforts and luxurieshas been enhanced every year wy the unwearied exertions of the proprietors. •..- ¦ . - ,., . . , my22-dSm TREAnWELL, W...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

_f atot- bg Cekgra_^. SPECIAL DISPATCHES TO THE DAILY TELEGRAPH SPECIAL SESSION OF THE SENATE Washington, June 26. Soum—Special Session.—The Sedate was called to order at boon, and the proceediugs were opened by a _prater by the Chaplain. - Tbe Pblbidbht _'_s proclamation convening this extraordinary _eea*ion was then read. Mr. Hale, (N. H.,) offered a r_< solution, to which Mr. Mak)N. (Va.,) objected, fixing the daily hour of meeting at ten o'clock. On motion of Mr. Bioifa, (Pa.,) a committee of two was appointed to wait pa tbe President and _inform hitn tbat the (Senate had assembled and was ready to reCbive any communication he may be _pleased to make. Mr. Halb offend a resolution that the Postmaster General be directed to ascertain and report to the Senate at en ear y day of the mxt 19«don the number and names of the post-offices where letters were delivered by carriers for the year ending tbe 30th of Jane inst; the number at persons employed as carriers, and thei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

LOST IN THE MAIL?'" ™**^ _T1HE UNDER8IGNED having lost two JL dlfl&rent promissory notw by _thi mails, all persons *re warned hot to _purchase them, as _pajment has been topped. The notes are of the following _desoriptlon, vl* One note ft>' Three Hundred Dollars given by Joseph P. Bowman, payable to my order _Bixtvdaya alter date, at he H»_rrisQorK Bank. Dated on the 8tk of June, 1860. The other note Is dated on the same day, given by V. Eisenhower, for $37-93, and payable, sixty days after lateattheHarrtoburgBauK. ; ¦ . Should any person receive knowledge qf these missing o es they will please communicate the same to the un _Jorsitmed. - O. W. BRUBaOKEB, ¦ Je26-ltd«8tw , , , vlllersibMrg. CAUTION TO TBlPUBpO; _ITfrE ar«s informed that WILBOIJR _k. VV DAVBj or Uarmei, Maine, has obtained a Patent lated March 18, I860, for a Wire Qaute Tip, as an alleged Improvement Qt>on George A_< Mitchell's Tip. for the pro (action of the toss of Boots and Shot* fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

Foreign Beligious Humbugs.— Warning. —A. writer at Bevrout, Asia, advises the Universal Yankee Nation of a project to swindle them out of a handsome sum. He says that two young men, natives of Syria, both of whom speak English, are preparing to visit us, for the purpose of soliciting aid to build an, imaginary ho>p t&l at Mt. Lebanon, for a Me nomite Bishop. The whole thing is a humbug, and the writer, knowing how easily Ameriouos are gulled b y foreigners, sends the warning in advance. Hewindt up his letter with tbe following unpleasant reminiscence:— _± _ Tne American* may _remember that some years ngo-in 1850, or '61. I ihiuk—a venerable looking Greek Gaiholio monls _weut through the United States collecting money to bullschools in Lebanon. Heeucce d-d m _collecting b -me three or lour bundrni thousand dollars. Jonathan, like bis brother Joan Bull is atan RixiBe _whenever a amn iu foreign garments _askc him for charity; The money waa duly brunch here, »»ut _alt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

Radical Southern Sentiments.—A new Southern Quarterly Journal entitled the Plantation, has just been established at Eatonville, Georgia, edited by J. A. Turner. From the salutatory we annex a few extracts 'characteristic of radioal Southern sentiment: " In less than twelve months this country may be deluged with blood. We have no idea the government can survive the election of a Black Republican President. We have no idea that it ought to survive it. We have no apology to make for slavery in the Southern States, bu_< stand up boldly, and in the face of the w<»ld proclaim that it is a just , a humane and a _useful in* Mution, having the sanction both of nature and of nature 's God:" Let those who have been disposed to object to Senator Sumner's recent speech as too. strong, read these expressions of a sentiment that is daily gaining ground at the South, and say whether some suoh emphatic rebuke of these _infampus and treasonable utterances—which are no worse than ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

The Cattle Disease—Report or the Mains Commissioners.—The Commissioners appointed by Governor Mor-RILL, of Maine, to investigate the cattle disease which has proved so fatal in Massachusetts, have made their report. Tbe; reooinmend counter irritation by the application of highly stimulating liniments, _setons or blisters, as the surest remedy — Still, they say that for the people of Maine, their only safety lies in exerting the utmost vigilance to make sure that no animals be admitted into the State , directly or indirectly, from any- quarter where there is reason to believe the disease ex ists. The Commissioners think that $10,-000 judicously expended would, a month sooner, have arrested the disease in Mas-8> obaeet_*8j- •25,000 "have been expended , and 8100,000 will probably be needed.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

Opposed to _Freb _Spieoh.—That the Democratic party is opposed to the exer _oise of the Constitutional right of Fret Speech, the vote on the following amendment to Senator Davis' Slave Cod< series of resolutions offered by Senatoi Harlin, of Iowa, in the United States Senate, plainly shows :— "Bat tho free discussion of the morality am expediency of Slavery should never be interfered with by the laws of auy State, or of tbt United States, and the freedom of speech am of the press on this and every other subject o domestic and national policy should be main tained inviolate in all the States." The amendment was rejeoted by yeat 20, nays 86—the nays being all Demo orats, including one William Bigler, o Pennsylvania. The Democracy are now coming out in their true colora. Let then, boplaoed on reoord before the people.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

Prentice says the Democratic party may well sit upon "two stools._" It isn't merely a tyoheaded concern. No! It has now two bodies as well as two heads, but unlike the Siamese twins they are _oot united by either ligament or affinity They are ready to fly at each other'b throats and tear each other to pieces. It s idle mockery to speak of the success of _diiher of these factions.; "The Democratic party," says the Louisville Journal, in laboring to dissolve the Uiuoin, has done much better-—dissolved itself. _3_?rom the amount of corruption the solution must contain, it vould doubtless mak an exoellent mannre If applied to this purpose, it would be iht iM%t good use, ever made of Democraoy.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

GOODS TO bUlT _THt SEASOjN . A Large Stock of flaih and Fancy _Beregea, _^ APine Assortment of Lawna. Any quality of Traveling Goods. Lace Mitts of all Styles and Qualities. 8-4 White and Black Berege, for ' Shaw 's and Mantles. Different Qualities Pillow Case Linen. Linen _Sheetiugs, best makes. A full • _lortmsnt of Dry Goods at-vsry low prices at mK ¦* _^ ' NexttothejftarrisburgBVnk. GENTS' WEAR. tinder Cloihingall kinds. lisle Tnread Undershirtssomething nice. f ' _Kxoellent article of Linen lor Drawers. A fine lo; «f Marseilles Vesting*. , ' A nice _swek of Pant _Lluem, ' ¦ Silk Undersbirtsa nice article_. With a full _stook of Hosiery, Gloves, at _CaTHCART & BRO., ft_^_J . Next to the _HarriaburK Bank.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

Groans of the Wounded—The rall y* ing of the Old Whigs, and conservatives, to the standard of Lincoln, Hamlin and the Union, has arouacd the most anxious solicitude in the minds of the pro-slavery _"conservative" journals. That hypochon drical organ of cotton commerce , the New " York Journal of Commerce , moans as . follows over the desertion from the fogy ranks: "It is melancholy to pee somany _secession* and _desertions from that rapt-cable and oi.ci powerful old Wbig party in this Siate." I: would be still more "melancholy" to see intelligent men clinging to a dead carcass which is now only waiting to be de cently buried.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

Acceptance of Mr. Breckenridge. ¦; .:; _''- -. _Wabhinotok, June 26. A grand serenade was given to Vice _President John O Breckinridge last night. An immense crowd of persons _waspiesent. Mr. _BVeckinridne ippeaied, _»nd made a highly dignified and con--ifrvativeRpeecb. He regrei ted the split in tbe _Democratic parly at the Baltimore Oonveution. tie stated that he d d not seek nor desire to be President, and had d<me all he could do to proluce harmonious action in his party ; but, as he was put forward by his friends, he had determiot-d to accept the nomination, and to maintain bis position in a dignifird manner to the end. Thin announcement was received with great enthusiasm. Jefferson Davis, Bobert Toombs and otherR followed, and charged Douglas with Abolition tend< nde8. They stated that his fate would be like that of Van Bure,nv and-that his _fullowers were only a set of _spoilsinen arid-Treasury plunderers. The _BpeeohtB were excessively personal and vituperati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

_^ Sabbath Bbsakino seems to be an " epidemic just now in New York city, _fos tered as it is by the Eerald and its kitdred contemporaries. The Courts are trying to put them down by fines and imprisonment, but with very poor _suooess. — When _suoh liien as Ike Fowler and Arch bishop Httjqea, set the example of law breaking, _Ibere oan be very fitue hope &• the _obsprvaace of the Sabbath. But b is not toeoifty _sinuer. Sabbath breakin, i _t\ f««t becoming the rule in Amerio«n _* f _&s ? The Japanese Code or Honor.— Harri Karri, or "happy dispatoh," is the name of a custom that prevails among the Japanese of settling disputes and avoiding an ignominious death. When two of them quarrel, and are unable to agree upon acceptable terms of adjustment , they draw their sharp, and well tempered swords, and with the utmost dignity each gashes his abdomen till he falls dead in the plentitude of " satisfaction." We think it would not be unadvi sable for dur Members of Cong...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

The Covode Committee.—The portions of the most remarkable document th| t have been published, develope an _iraount of corruption and chicanery sickening to the public mind. The eleotion of Buchanan, and the effort to pass the Leoompton bill through Congress, are covered all over with the rankest corruption and basest frauds. It is by such meant-» hat the Great Barbarism of the country is now sustained. We trust the people will have ample opportunity to read the report before eleotion day.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

IXtm 'Aovtvtisemtnis $1 REWARD WILL RE PAID for the capture of every _dojr found running at Urge in the city, Without wearing a muzzle. GKO. H MORGAN, jtQ& d3-- Chief Police Con3-able. PHILADELPHIA AND READING R A I L R O A I>. FOURTH OP JULY EXCURSION TO NEW YORK. "El XCURSION TICKETS will be issued via n Reading, Alleufwn and Ea«ton to New Vork, and _bawa. to Uarrl_<burg, at only $6 SO c_<chtbe round tri». Good iroai Mond»y 2d, to S .tur._iny 7th July, with the privilege of stopping over at any tnterrncdUte po: ntbetwnon above dates. For ticket; bo., apply to je25 J. J. C_' .VO«, G n_°ral _>geot. Hani _burjr.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

PitipatrickDecllne8"Johnson,orGeorgla, Is Substituted and Accepts. _Wabhingtow, June 26. Governor Fitzpatrick hayiDg declined the nomiqation as Vice President, the National Dt-mocr._itic _Committee have _subetituttd Herscbel V. Johnson, of Georgia; The ticket now stands: ¦ .- " ¦ ,-.. ' For. President—Hon. Stephen A. Douglas. For Vice Prebident—Hei-schel Y. _JohusoD, of Georgia.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

Tne Steamship Great Eastern one. Nbw York, June 26. There is a brisk look out kept for the monster steamship Qrtat _Etstern. which was to sail from Sontbump'oa on the 16 .h inst. It _ahe can a til, as haB bei _n prtdicted, shew now due here; but up to the pr>8ent time, 2, P. M., 6he has rut been _eeeu frum Sat dy Hook.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

bowever they may be in favor of blending the lily with the rose, are coi._stitatioualiy prejudiced against blending the lily with the nightshade, and the offending African was condemned to unudergo a bleaching process in jail_.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

large Fleet of vessels in Hampton Roads. . _Baltucobb_, June 26. The eteampbip Montict-lio, from New York_, raports two Btore ships in Hampton Koads, and the largest fleet of _vea*>ls ever Been there, having taken retuge from a northeast storm.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 26 June 1860

The Democratic party, in laboring to o dissolve th$> Union) has done a much _better _thin_^-jasdved itself. - - An old Whi« says that "Old Abe" is called "honest" to _distingifth him from tho rest of his party.—Quincy Herald. Pity the Democratic party has no prominent man entitled to be thus distinguished from the rest of his party. They all seem to have reached a high level of rascality together.

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