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der for me !" This " rabble" consisted of a
regiment of the line, a squadron of cavalry, a
company of chaißeurs, and a company of artil
lery. The Hungarians without waiting to count
the numbers of the adversary, rushed forward
and charged with the bayonet. After a con
test of twenty minutes, the battery was re
taken, and once more it poured its storm of
graPe on the Neapolitan troupe, who fled in
contusion across the fields. The Hungarians in
this encounter, had thirty men put hays de com
bat, the Neopolitans about two hundred. Gari
baldi did not wait to dress his wound, but
hurried elsewhere. The day, however, was
Monday Afternoon, November 12. 1560.
Position of the New President
The following ' extract from a speech
made by ABRAHAM LINCOLN at Leaven
worth, Kansas, during the Contest for
Speaker of the House of Representatives,
last winter, fore shadows his course to
wards Disunionists and Traitors. It clear
ly indieates that while he will administer
the Government fairly and honestly, and
deal out even-handed justice to all sections,
he will not hesitate to visit TREASON with
merited punishment, no matter where he
kay find it. We doubt not that this will
beltis,couise. He, will extend no sort of
countenance to TRAITORS, but HANG THEM
UP, and thils furnish an
others similarly inclined may. profit by.
Thus will Dis-iinionisrn be crushed out,
and the institutions which our Revolu-
tionary fathers reared be restored to their
original strength and purity. But to the
extract referred to :
"You Democrats greatly fear that the success
of the Republicans will destroy the Union. No
thing like it. Your own statement of itts,that
if the Black Republicans elect a President,, you
won't stand it I Yon will break up the Union.
That will be your act, not ours. To justify it,
you must show that our policy gives you just
cause for such desperate action. Can you do
that ? When you attempt it you will find our
policy is exactly the policy of the men who
made the Union, nothing more nor nothing
less. Do you think you are justified to break
up the Government rather than to have it ad
ministered by Washington, and other good and
great men who made it, and who first adminis
tered ? If you do, you are very note, - •
ble, and more reArnim-memen cannot and will
not submit to you. While we elect a President,
it will be our duty to see that you submit. Old
John Brown has been hung for treason against
a State. We cannot object, even though sla
very is wrong. That cannot excuse violence,
bloodshed and treason. It could avail hint no
thiug that be might think himself right. So,
if constitutionally we elect a President, and
therefore you undertake to destroy the Union,
it will be our duty to deal with you as old John
Brown has been dealt with, We can only do
our duty We hope and believe that in ne sec
The Oregon Republican Senator.
When the election of Col. Baker as
United States Senator from Oregon was
announced, it was said that ho was a non
interventionist on the slavery question,
and in that respect differed from.the great
body of the Republican party. This re
port is denied by a western Republican
journal, which states that Col. Baker has
for several years been a warm hearted
Republican, and during the late campaign
delivered some of the ablest .Repnblican
speeches in behalf of his old friend Abra
ham Lincoln, that have been heard any
where ; land his name has been mentioned
as one of the probable members of the
new President's cabinet, more than once.
Col. Baker will not be subservient to any
pro-slavery doctrines, and believes to, the
fullest extent that our territories are the
heritage of white men in preference to
negroes. If he is not "acceptable" to the
party, the Democrats will find, when he
takes his seat in the Senate, that he will
be anything but acceptable to such dema.
gogues as Douglas and Pugh. As Col.
Biker was eleeted to fill a vacancy, he will
occupy ..a seat immediately on the assemb
ling of Congress.
Xll DOUGLAS PROPHECY FULFILLED.—
A correspondent of the Albany ',Journal
states that a few evenings since, in ,com
panY,,with one of Albany's most eloquent
and LLreputable clergymen, and several
othor.gentlemen, the reverend gentleman
said that in the year 1858, in New York,
in conversation with the Hon. S. A. Doug
las, Mr. Douglas remarked that he knew
a man named Abrahan Lincoln, who,
should he ever be nominated for the Pres
idency, "would go to the White House with
flying colors;" and he further added:
reObgaise in him all the great qualities
that 'distinguish the upright and honest
statesman; and he is a man of uncompro
mising firmness and great decision of char
*toter, insomuch that his political oppo
nents, with all their spirit of party
molevolenee, cannot find anything to
condemn in him. Such a man, sir, is.
Abraham Lincoln, of Illinois." Mr.
Douglas' propheoy has been fulfilled.
CARRIED DIEM ALL.--Litteoln carried
his own ward, city, county and State.—
He aleocarried Douglas' ward,oity, county
Let Them Slide.
The secession demonstrations of the
chivalry in the cotton States are rather
amusing than otherwise. They certainly
do not alarm the people of the North.
We have only to say that if South Caro
lina, Georgia or Alabama, or all of them,
desire to withdraw from the Union, "let
them slide"—the sooner the better. in
the language of a sensible Kentucky edit
or, "let them form a Republic or Empire,
or anything el e se they may fancy. Let
them enclose themselves within a Chinese
wall, if they want to, and here is one who
will contribute his mite towards furnish
ing the requisite rocks. Let them do
it as, they please, and when they please,
with , :. solitaryone condition, viz : that
ithdir separtitions , be final. Their
:absence would•be an incalculable and in
valuable relief to the balanne of the peo
ple of these United States. We should
escape large quantities of quadrennial gas
and noise and confusion and stuff. At
ever:) , Presidential election, these political
filibusters remind us of the poor French
man who locked himself in a room with a
rich debtor, and threatened to blow his
,own brains out and charge the rich one
with the murder, unless the latter gave
him then and there five hundred dollars,
Every four years these Southern Quixotes
swell up with bad whisky and worse logic,
and tell the balance of the people if they
'don't do so and so, that they—the Quiz
otes—will secede. Let them secede and
be—blessed. We 'are tired of their gas
conade, their terrific threats, and of their
bloody prophesies. They were never
calculated for any higher destiny than
that of frightening old women and young
children. They have been revived and
repeated until—to use an expressive vul
garism—they are played out.. Their bom
bast is absolutely sickening."
TEE SECESSION MOVEMENT.—The ex
citement in the South still continues, and
the Legislature of South Carolina has
passed a resolution cajlin ,a convent mof
me people, to meet about the middle of
December, to make arrangements in re
gard to the formation of a Southern Con
federacy. In all the other States the
majority of the people are opposed to dis
union, and at Augusta, Ga., a meeting
was held, called by the Mayor of the
town, for the purpose of expressing the
opposition of the people to secession. The
servative resolutions were adopted with
much enthusiasm. Senator Toombs, of
Georgia, has resigned, as has also Senator
Chesnut, of South Carolina.
DOWN SOUTH.--The result in the
Southern States, so, far as heard from,
justifies the conclusion that Breckinridge
has by far the largest portion of the
Southern electoral vote. It was on this
supposition that thousands have voted for
Lincoln. The end justifies them. Had
the darling project of carrying the elect
ion into the House succeeded, - no choice
would have followed, and the election go
ing to the Senate, Mr. Jo Lane would
have been our next President, It is
something to have escaped that disgrace
THE SOUTHERN ClTlES.—Nearly every
large city in the slaveholding States, save
Baltimore, which is as erratic now as it
was in 1856, have passed the most com
plete vote of censure upon John C. Breek
inridge. He is beaten by both Douglas
and Bell in St. Louis, New Orleans, Lou
isville and Covington, Ky., Mobile, Ala.,
and Memphis, Tenn., and is defeated in
Richmond, Va., by Bell, and run cleiely
by Denglas. All these large emporiums
of Southern commerce are most emphati-
calls^ for the Union.
MORMON WIVES—A "FAIR • SHAKE"
DEMANDED.—Brother Kimball, in one of
his famous Morm'on sermons, served the
following timely notice on a number-of
missionaries who were about starting out
on a proselyting tour :
Brethren, I want you to understand that'll is
not to be as it has - been heretofore. The broth
er missionaries have been in the habit of pick
ing out:the prettiest women fur themselves be
fore they get here, and bringing on the ugliest
ones for us ; hereafter you have to bring them
all here before taking any of them, and let us,
all have a fair shako. •
,WOICSE AND WORSE.,;..-GOII:, MagOffiD,
of Kentucky, has designated the 29th as
Thanksgiving Day in that State. As this
is the day that Massachusetts celebrates,
it is strange that Kentucky , should join.
But "ye Democraoie" has come. down
wonderfully since Lincoln's election began
to be conceded.
Scom—General Scott is the largest man
in the American service. He is six feet six
inches tall, and weighs two hundred and sixty
pounds. He is , seventy-four . years Old,. yet his
health is good and ins whole systemppaently
vigorous, much of which is doubtless owing:to
his temperate habits.
Pennopluania Qteltgrapo, iftlonttap 'Afternoon, November 12, 1860.
The Restoration of Tranquility Es
sential to Trade and Industry.
Undoubtedly the mercantile and industrial
interests of the country have sulfured from the
agitation incidental to the Presidential cam
paign. The eenfederated anti-Republican fac
tions stopped at nothing calculated to prevent
the election of Lincoln. They did all they
could to produce a monetary panic; and al
though the result in this respect fell far short
of their designs, they nevertheless succeeded in
inflicting no inconsiderable amount of damage
on the great business interests. The dullness
of trade, and the pressure in the money market,
involving the suspension of several houses, is
wholly attributable to their desperate election
eering schemes ;• and if there be one man in the
nation preeminently guilty, it is Mr. Buchan
an's Secretary of the Treasury, Howell COL
It is certainly a humiliating spectacle to see the
Federal Government, .or any member of ir,
leagued with a faction which has for its end and
aim the destruction of that government ; and
it seems to us the wish that must now be upper
most in every loyal heart is for the day that
shall witness the expulsion of the wolves from
the foldof the Buchanan comarilla from the
executive departments in Washington. Now
that final judgment has been rendered by the
national sovereignty on the claims ofthe sev
eral presidential candidates, there can be no
excuse, in any quarter, for prolonging excite
ment. Millions of dollars have been sacrificed
by the threat of disunion—begetting, asst cer
tainly did, a vague apprehension of coming
The great commercial emporiums have suf
fered most severely from the machinations of
the anti-Republican politician.s. Repose is there
fore needed—absolutely needed now. The sum
mer and fall have been devoted to politics; it is
but fair that trade should be, permitted, hence
forth, to carry on its operations, unmolested.
The stage so long Occupied by the political
drama, and the actors in it, should be left clear
for the industrial activities to resume their as- 1
cendancy. No plink can reverse the result of
the election. What is done cannot be undone,
and therefore nothing but the inspiration of
pure malice can call for the continuance of an
agitation which is equivalent to a crusade
against the general welfare, in all the material
relations of society. Let the Douglas 'man:` lay -
aside his bludgeon or his broom; and the Wide-
Awake the torch that lighted the path of Re
publicanism to victory. Where Breckinridge
minute men have mounted the blue cock
ade, let them unplume themselves as quick
as possible of that fantastic head-gear, and
let all parties mutually rsspect one another's
feelings. Next to, the, grand fact that Repub
licanism is the faith of the American people,
and that it will shape the policy of the gov
ernment henceforth, stands the fact that the
South, as a whole, is opposed to disunion.
The united popular vote of Douglas and Bell in
the slave States, will exceed the Breckinridge
vote in all the States. Admitting, for-the sake
of argument, that the Union is composed of two
nations, disunion simply means the:destruction
of the unity and power of one of them—the
disorganization and emasculation of the South
Surely, Southern men who are loyal to the
South, (to use their own phraseology,) will re : ,
cognize &he duAy_otaccepting the verdict of' the'
s;outn, and that vereil&W.l2M.t.T-fl.r.lMetiir
union. Their own logic compels this conclu
sion, and precludes any other. The proposi
tion for a dissolution of the Union, tested by the
election returns, means the partition or rather
the fractional divisor& of the South. Those
who imagine the secession movement has
been caused by the anticipated triumph
of Republicanism might peruse the late
telegraphic dispatches with profit. The news
of Lincoln's election it appears was. greeted
with cheers and other demonstration of joy;*
in South Carolina. Massachusetts herself fail
ed to indul a in
e seceseionists. This
significant fact should open the eyes of the pro
slavery meu in the border slave States, who
have suffered themselves to be led off into error
and incipient treason by the disunionistS of the
cotton &ales. lhe truth is; the Breckinridge
Democracy in Missouri, Kentucky, Virginia and
the slave States immediately adjoining, Lave
been duped by the secessionists. Bad it not
been for the association of these men with the
Breckinridge movement, that candidate would .
have carried every State which Lincoln has not
carried. Under the cry of danger to the South,
they put thernselVes in the van of the move
ment, thereby; banging disastrous defeat on
Breckinridge and Lane ; and naturally enough
they gave vent to their irrepressible joy at the
success of their fanatics. The long sought
for 'pretext having, as they supposed, been
found at last ; the glorious fabric of the Union
appearing to their frenzied imaginations as tot
tering to its inevitable fall, they tore the con
cavewith their diabolical shouts, and doubtless
gloried in their secret souls at having identified
a strong:political party with their treasonable
The issue of the election is pregnant with deep
instruction—but the most valuable lesson
which it_teaches is confidence in the people—in
their manhood and inextinguishable love of
right. The free States, it is now demonstrated,
I cannot be duped, blinded, bribed nor bullied.—
Hereafter, if evil days shall come •, if there
should be an eclipse of faith in the Democratic
principle, or in the nobleness of the national
character, the true leader will proudly point to
the result of the seven years' war—the eleCtion
of Lincoln—and say to the desponding, "Be of
good cheer;" and to-the infidel,. `Despaieriot of
the people."—Se Louis .Ripublican: ' •
A THRIVING Swransn COLONY.—At Bristol
Hill, in Henry ceunty, 111., is a cblony of per
sons from Sweden now numbering 7,000 souls.
At present it is a communist affair. The domain
of the colony embraces 4000 acres, about
9,000 of which are under cultivation. - To men
who are accustomed to farming-on a swell
scale, the operations of the colonists seem to be,
imrneose. - Broom corriis a specialty with them,
and theft have now . about 3,000 acres under
cultivation:. .The crop averages about a ton to
every fOur acres, and the price about - $lOO per
ton ; upon which'estimate this year's crop will
be worth about $75,000. The colonists usually
manufacture about 5,000 dozen <brooms an
nually, and the balance of thebiori is - sold at
the East. Of other, crops they have now on
the ground about 2,000 acres of wheat ; 2,000
of corn ; say 2,000 of various other crops, such
as sugar, cane, potatoes, fftc.; and 1,900 acres of
grass—Himgarian and timothy. The whole
estate is in admirable condition, showing un
wearied care,and.'excellent judgment on the
part of the managers. The stack of the do
main is large, and the barna and sheds for cat
tle and broom corn are of mammoth propor
ARRESTED FOR FORGERY. e cashier and
several othgr persons connected with the Roone
County Bank at Lebanon, Indiana, were ar
rested at thak place on Saturday fast, charged
with forgery and circulatlng money fraudulent
ly' issued. It appears that foriy-five . thousand
_of genuinelnotes were issued by the Re
gisterof the State' whilethe 'offieers had put in
circulation from $lOO,OOO to $500,000 of:mites'
of the bank to which the names of the Auditor
and Register of Indiana were forged. The Pie
sident of the bankhad made his escape. •
THE SOUTHERN MEDICAL), Escrimrra in : blew
Yolk had a meeting, on Wednesday, to decide
whether they should,withdraw instantlyirom
the colleges of that city. The tidier:fie incdn•ed
by the Southern' students Who left the Phila
delphia colleges last summer seems to, have
made these gentlemen rather sensative, for, af
ter alluding to that occurranw 'the meeting ad
journed, having,firstby resolu4on declared the
meeting to be null.' They '_ wlll probably, ire:
main where theY itiet
gattst by &Leg*.
Arrival of the Steamer North American.
QUEBEC, November 12
The steamship North American, from Liver
pool on November Ist, via Queenstown on the
2nd, arrived at this port last evening. The re
port is confirmed that. France interfered to pre
vent - the bombardment of Gaeta. by Sardinian
vessels. Lord Duadonald is dead.
STATE OF TRADE.—SteO4IStWIS ate quiet but
steady. Provisions quiet.
The Canard steamship company announce
the recommencement of the the Fortnightly
screw line to New York, on Tuesday, Novem
ber 27th. The steamship Etna of that line
has been sold.
FRANCE. — Formidable naval . preparations are
going on, and some writers construe the recent
council of war at St. Cloud as a palpable indi
cation of an eventual campaign. The Emperor
on the 31st reviewed 20,000 men near Paris
bivouacking, and all the proceedlogs of a regu
lar campaign well represented.
Prince Metternich and Baron Hubner were
received by the Emperor on the 28th. Very
active warlike preparations are going forward
in France, but the minister of Foreign Affairs
has pronounced against France taking part in
any new conflict between Sardinia and Austria.
Prince Metternich had explained to the French
government the present policy of Austria. The
internal reforms would he carried out in all
sincerity, and as regards external matters she
will maintain her line of defensive policy. Her
present armanents and concentration of troops
in Venetia are for no other object than repelling
any attack. Austria considers the assembling
of a Congtees useless unless the great powers
agree beforehand on a common programme.
NAPLES.—On the 27th the Sardinian fleet
cannonaded the Royalists near Gaeta. The
French Admiral d'spato'aed a frgate to stop the
The Sardinian Admiral then retired and re
tained to Naples expressing regret at the con
duct of the French.
There has been no information received as to
Victor Emanuers visit to Naples.
It is denied that Austria had informed the
European Cabinets of her intention to send her
ultimatim to Turin. On NM contrary she has
reiterated her assurance of a purely defensive
LIVERPOOL BREADSTUFFS MARKET.—MeSSIS.
Wakefield and Nash Richardson & Spence, and
others report flour dull ; it opened with quota
tions barely maintained, but - Closed firmer.—
American, 30 s. Q 32 s. Wheat quiet, but
firm ; red western, 11 s. 6 (1. @ 12 s. 4 d.
Southern, 12 s. 6d. .18 s. ; white, 12 s. 9d.
®l4 s. Corn quiet and closing firm ; mixed,
r"), .24 - 1 4 .,_41 •
white, 40 ® 45 s.
THE WAESAW MEETING —The German Jour
nals are unanimous in pronouncing the Warsaw
meeting a failure.
Count Reichburg has given an explanation
to the Diplomatic Ct rim relaitve to the Warsaw
meeting. Austria put the fullowin,g quistions
to Russia : Will your government recognize
the facts which have been or may be accom
plished in Italy? Should Austria be attacked
by Sardinia and the latter supported by another
great power, what would be your attitude in
the event ennther_a9ae—amil
'xormea. to erman territory ?
. The answers are not given, but Count 'Reich
burg stated that Austria was about to issue a
circular note-to - its representatives abroad giv
ing.:the results. • . •
SPAlN.—Marshall O'Donnell, in the Spanish
Cortez, reiterated that Spain had resolved to
remain neutral in affairs in Italy. He also pto
tested against the doubts expressed of the loy
alty of Napoleon towards the Spanish govern
GREAT BRITAIN —Admiral Napier is serious
ARRIVAL OF TEE STEAMER BREMEN.
NEW YORK, Nov. 12
The steamer Bremen, from Bremen and South
ampton, has arrived, bringing Liverpool dates
of Wednesday Oct. 31st. Breadstuffa were
quiet and provisions continued steady.
LONDON, Oct. 31.—Consuls are quoted at 93k.
The Manchester advices are favorable, the mar
ket closing firm.
',mailbox,-Oct.- 31:---Flour dull and quota
tions are badly . maintained. Wheat quiet and
prices firm. Cord quiet but firm. Provisions
quiet, :prices steady. Sugar buoyant. Coffee
quiet. Rice firm. Spirits of Turpentine firm,
at 34 s. 6d. 35 s. Rosin steady, at 55.5 d.
g 6 s. 6 d.
GENERAL .Nwws.—There is much speculation
in the English papers in relation to the abrupt
termination of the Warsaw Conference. The
London Times insists that it was owing to the
impossibility of agreement upon the many an
tagonistic elements in the Conference.
• The Neapolitan royalists made another attack
on Garibaldi's troops between Tesano and Sepa,
and were defeated with loss and many prisoners.
Victor Emanuel had arrived at Sepa and had
an interview with Garibaldi. Arrangements had
been made for a' grand and decisive battle.—
Austria explains -the cause of her immense ar
rangements as being .!conly preparations to repel
Special Meeting of the Cabinet.
WASHINGTON, - Nov. 12.-
On thearrival of the news,of the resignation
of Senators Toombs and Chesnut, great con
sternation fell upon the AdMiniatration, and a
special meeting of the Cabinet was immediate
ly convened, which remained' in . session until 'a
last li6ur on Saturday night. Intelligence reach
ed here about the same time, that Jefferson
Davis, of Mississippi, had - Written,to the effect
that he w6,uld cease to be' a -thember the Vatted States Senate at the close of the present
The example of ,Senators Toombs and Ches
nut resigning their seats in the Senate, will
prolAbly be followed by Mr. Iverson, of .Geor
gia, Brown of Mississippi, Slidell, of Louisiana;
Johnson, of Arkanias, Clay, of Alabama, and
Nicholson, of Tennessee. This will give the
President elect, upon his inauguration, a clean
majority in the Senate to confirm all Ids ap
The "Union len or the Beath
W.e.stinnirow, NoV. 12.
The Union men of the South are delighted at
the prospect of the resignation of the Disunion
ist Senators, inasmuch as they will now proceed
to organize a great Union party, and sweep the
South—filling the vacated seats with firm
Mends of the Constitution and the laws.—
John Forsyth of Alabama, James Gardner of
.Georgia, Col. Perry; of -South Carolina, Col.
Wm. H. Polk
,of'TennesSee; Miles Taylor of
Louisiana—ail Douglas Dentocrats r —are named.
in *connection with the probable eleetitin of
Union Stenatms, in the place.of those who have
resigned or may rcsig,a.-
Mr. Breekthridge•Against Secession.
CiNciNNATI, Nov. 12th
This morning's Commercial-pays that Mr.
Breckinridge has determinedp:make-a trip to
the cotton , Siates, and address his fellow-olti
sena urging them. to abide in the -.Union.
The Emigration Westward
The Champion of this city publishes a state
ment of the number of trains which have out
fitted at this place, this season, for the gold re
gion, Utah, and the forts on the plains. Ninety
trains, composed of 1,773 wagons, employing
2;020 men, 693 mules, and 18,117 oxen, carry
ing 8,220,883 pounds of merchandize, have
gone out. This amount is double that of any
.1 • 4.1. ,
Affairs in Virginia.--The Election.
RICHMOND, November 12
The affairs hi the South attract much atten
tion here. The p?hple are calmly awaiting the
issue. Meetings will probably be held in the
different counties before the Legislature meets,
for the expression of public opinion. The vote
of the State has not yet been ascertained. Both
the Bell and Breckinridge parties figure out ma •
jorities. Several counties have not been heard
Resignation of Toombs and Chesnut
COLUMBIA., S. C. Nov. 12.
'senator Toombs, of Georgia, and Chesnut, of
South Carolina, have resigned. The Senate
has patsed a bill calling a Convention to take
into omeideration measures of secession. Ihe
election of delegates will be held of the Bth of
January, and the Convention will meet on the
Missouri for Bell.
Sr. Loins, Nov. 12.
Mr. Bell carries this State by from five to
seven thousand majority.
r 11HE HARMONIC SOCIETY will give a
soiree this evening in the Lecture Room of the Bap-
ILA church, at 8 o'clock. Subscribmg and. Honorary
monitors of the Harmonic Society are invited to attend.
The active members of the Society will please be present
at balf-past seven, DAVID ILAYNES, President.
H. K. PAusoics Secretary. it
111 HE UNDERSIGNED will open a NIGHT
11 SCHCOL, on Wednesday evening next,'November
14, in the Walnut Street building, opposite -hurt street,
where persons desirous of attending can obtain the ne
cessary information as to time and terms.
novl2.lw* 0. EDWARDS.
The finest assortment of ALBUMS ever offered in this
city, ranging in price from 50 cents,to $1 00 each, bound
in all styles of Binding, at
BERGNER'S CHEM' BO9KSTORE,
novl2 51 Market Street.
NEW . DRUG
AND PRESCRIPTION STORE !
m . W.TR 9
W ilea] Truggist and Chemist, would inform the
citizens of Harrisburg,. that he has leased the More room
recently.rice _pied by Dr. Kimbell, and is now prepared
to furnish those who fell disposed to patronise him. with
pure and unaduiterated Drugs and Medicines, swh as can
, 4 ./...44 - , i n • , t. s veral ear ex eri-nee in
I the Drug and Prescription business, be most respectfully
solicits a share of Physicians'-Prescription basimms. He
has also a large and varied assortment of Perfumery,
Stationery, &c. Also, all of the most popular Patent Me.
dicines of the day ; also, Tobacco, Segars, Snuff, &c , of
the best brands; also, Alcohol, Turpentine- Harting Fluid,
Cot' tit &c. In fact everything usually kept In a stacked
drug store. . navl2•dlm
JOHN C. HEENAN'S
AT 13R ANT'S HALL, HARRISBUG,
On Thursday Evening, Nov. 15th;
Upon which occ - sion he will be assisted by
AMION JONES, cf London
and NI D PRICE, of Boston.
E arrangements will be conducted
upon the most unexceptionable principles, and will
be found In every respect worthy the patronage of the
elite. It is the intention of the management of the Fes—
tival to present, as nearly as voisiblo,
THE INTERNATIONAL CONTEST
Between Messrs. SAYERS and HEENAN,
At Farnborough, England, Aprlll7.
In which the principals will give their MANLY MEET
INGS so that LADIES and GENTLEMEN GE THIS CITY
can witness the EXCHING and CHIVALRIC EMULA
IIONS between the knights and champion of the 24 feet
The object of this Fete, independent of conferring a
welt merited compliment tothe recipient of the ovation,
is to allow that portion of the community who have never_
sees a struggle for superiority of science on strength . ; be -
tween opponents-in opportunity of witnessing the modus
eFernndi ineldent.to Such events, void of ;04iintlPleasant.
feat.lrts that too often:tire attendant upon a personal en
THE CHAMPION AND HIS FRIENDS
Will appear in the same costume amd dial:Tay the -same
colors Au wore employed at the meeting in England.
.14A.1911 - 1 Q. gEhmk -- kr7..,.'
Wilt TEROGNALLY — A PEAR IN THE CONTEST.
All the movements and pielitninary.ar raogements, and
the entire management on both sides will FAITHFULLY
REPRESENT THE .GREAT CONTEST :as it took place in
England - on the 17th of Aprillast, with the real colors, &c.
Besides this interesting portrayal of.tho Great Rational
Battle, Air. Heenan yeilk sustain the onset of the several
ernit.e.nt professors in a series of Sparring Scenes of a
Waste and scientific character.
The performance-will be enlivened by an •
Excellent:Bud - 6f ;Music,
To give additional eclat to this most imposing and novel
entertainment; an engsguitent has.been eMcied With
Holm. .Gregulre, . t he , Modern Hercules,
Whose astounding feats of ' strength.are.ine Wonder of
both the OLD and NE W WORLD, and auknowledged by.
ail who-have. witnessed his-miraculous-exerenes;-tcyba
. . .
The Strongest Mnn in the Woriil!
The most effective measures hive heen inadeinieonre
good order by the managetnent.
Doors open at 7, commencing at 8. '
Tickets 50 cents. ReserVed FiontBents-foi Ladies and
Genthithen accompanying theta. - n 1.2 4t
FOR -SALE OR RENT,
ON very favorable terms, a commodioUs
briak house on Walnutstreet near Second. Posses-
MULL to be given on the - ls t-ef April. Enquireof • - -
neB-dif - S i
tro . j
aCit mE s
. reet'abovn Wabui.
FIFTY' DOLLARS 'REWAD. -
THE above reward . will'bekivea'for the
goods stolen from the :store of the uuderslgned, is
Susquehanna towaship,, on Monday night November 6M,
and for the arrest.otthezthiefd.)
QECONDILANIY PIANO FOR BALL-4,6
Octavelgaito, lobed order, for utheaM siO
matte Store, 92 Market street. rfrtce s9 l ,l.—Paraont ta
ken int monthly instalments. z:'
ATCHISON, Knissas, November 10
Fusquehanna, Dauphin Caunty
(goat ! (Foal ! ! Coal !: :
COAL ! LORBERRY COAL !
THOSE who want GOOD CLEAN
can be supplied by the CAR LOAD Liro, t
these CELEBRATED MINES, web LUMP, BROKEN
81'0VE and Mil; at reduced rates. Fanlike;
their winter supplies will dowel] by cal itgon
COAL COAL ! ! COAL
rpHE SUBSCRIBER is prepared at ail
times to deliver to the citizens oftlsburz,
different kinds and sizes of LYKEN'ti VALLEY ['N..
GnovE and IVILRESBARRE COAL, weighed on ti,e eay
weigh cart at the consumers door, and tuts weight gear
anteed. Prices as low as at any regular yard in th
Orders left at his office, corner 4th and markt t
or dropped in the Post Office, will be pronn”l 4ttendej
to. DAVID IPCOEID, K,
COAL! COAL!! COAL!!'
NOW IS YOUR TIME
TO GET CLEAN COAL!
Full Weight and Nothing Short of It!
r lI ANKFUL TO MY FRIENDS AND
CUSTOMERS for their liberal patronage, I would
now inform them and the public generally, that I am
fully prepared, on short notice to supply tt.em h all
SUPERIOR COAL OF ALL SIZES.
'FREE FROM SLATE, AND CAREFULLY
SCREENED AT AS LOW A FIGURE AS
FAIR DEALING WILL AFFORD.
Although my Coal is DOE weighed in 87.LF-WEICRING CAF.T3
BUT 13 WE.GDED ON SCAMS ACCURATE'S TESTED Er ME
SEALER OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, and COnollmets may
rest assured that they will be fairly and hot:Nair dolt
with I sell nothing but the very best article, and no
ALSO HICKORY, OAK and PINE WOOD, alw iys on
hand. GEO. P. WIESTLING.
NOT ME FIRST ARRIVAL,
BUT ARRIVED IN DUE TIME TO BE
SOLD AT REDUCED PRICEL,
LYKEN S VALLEY MOVE COAL, $2,50 per tor..
" NUT " $2.00
Also constantly on hand,
. LYKEN'S VALLEY BROKEN,
CUPOLA AND STEAMBOAT COAL,
No. 3 and 4,
Blacksmith Coal; Allegheny and Broad lop. At, , o,
Hickory, Oak and Pbtto Wood. E. BYER,.
pl 4 No. 102 Chestnut st reet
PATENT WEIGH CARTS !
FOR the convenience of my numerous up
So - vn customers, I have estahlteht d, in connection
with my old yard, a BRANCH COAL YAiID, orroz.TrF
NORTH STREET, on a line with the Pennsyt,-ania
having the office formerly occupied by 19, m. IL H tins,
where consumers of coal in that vicinity and VERHEI.E.
TOWN can receive their coal by thi PATENT
CARTS wrnmur }ETA)/ CNIARGE YOB HAULING. and in any
quantity they may desire, as low as can be pareba.sel
5,000 TONS COAL ON HAND,
OF LYKENS VALLEY AND WILKES
BARRE, OF ALL SIZES.
WILLING TO MAINTAIN PAIR PRICKS ; but UNWILLING
To BE UNDERSOLD BY ANY PARTIES.
Ara- All coal for "ed up anO - oe -- Wer - e - d env.,
from all imptu Wee, and the best article mined.
thders received at both yards will be promptly
and all coal delivered by the PATENT WEIGH CART
COAL sold by boat, car load, single, half or third of
tons and by the bushel.
JAMES M. WHEELER
Harrisburg, Oct. 13, 1860.
WILL be sold at public out-cry;at the
EUROPEAN HOTEL, in the city of Harrisburg,
en THURSDAY EVENING the 15th day tf November, at
balFpast six o'clock, the following described property,'
late the residence of Mrs. Harriet Bunt, dec'd, to wit :
A two story BRICK HOUSE with back buildings, and
LOT OF GROUND, situate on Third street betweenn Pine
and Locust in the said city. Any person desiring to ex-
amine the property can call upon Thomas J. Jordan.
Terms will be made known on the evening of ease by
B. C. JORD AN,
L. 0. ji
Executor?, of Harriet Hurd. dec'd.
GENERAL ORDERS—No. 3.
HEAD QUARTRES oYE Irv. P. V., I
Harrisburg, Nov. sth, 1860.
I. The Volunteers of the Filth Division P. V., will pa
rade at Harrisburg, on TUESDAY, January 15, 1861, at 10
o'clock A. M., toinaugurate Governor Andrew G. Curtin.
11. All Volunteers in the State and out of it arecordiA
ly invited to particirate.
111, Regiments, Battalions and Companies will report
to Brigadier General E. C. Williams, 2.4 Brigade sth Div.
P. V., at Harrisburg. By command of
Major General WILLIAM H. BEIM,
sth Div. P V.
JAMES FRIT:LAND, Aide-de-Gimp
GENERAL ORDERS---No. 4:
EIRAD QUARTERS - ZD BRIGADE!
sth Div. P. V., Nov. 6th, 1860. j
1. Agreeable to the orders of Major General Heim, sth
Division P. V., the 3d Brigade 6th Division P. V. Will pa
rade at Harrisburg on Tummy, January ISt h,1861, at 10
o'clock A. AL, to enticing - to In the inauguration of Gover
nor Andrew G. Cu: tin.
It. Col. Baker, of the Ist Regiment will report to tfaj.
John W. Brown, at Harrisburg, on or before the Ist of
January, 1861. -
- 111. Capt. Eyster,
,of the Cameron Guard all report
at Read Quarters cn or before tte 10th of January,
1851 for further orders. By order of
E. C. WILLIAMS, Brigadier General
3d Brigade s;h Dlvisiou P. V.
Josrrn F. Ramis, Aid-de-Game. novs
• CITY LIVERY STABLES.
BLACKBERRY ALLEY, IN THE REAR OF
THE undersigned has re -commenced the
1, livery businesS in his NEW and SPACIOI7:4 STA
BUZ, located as above, with a large and varied stock of
HOssEs, CARRIAGES and 03.1N1 BUSES, which he will
hire at moderate rates. • • F. r..
sep2B , 4ly , •
'ENETIAN BLINDS & FURNITURE
:MALE and REPAIhZJ, iv good F. tyle, at E hOrt notice,
and on reasonable lei ma, by A. B.SHARI", Second street
low Chestnut. ' • oclls Sm
ONLY. $3,00 A YEAR.
A N independent DAILY 8 page newspa
zi. per of imperial quarto size, (same size as the •,Her
ald," "Tribune" "Times,") published in New York, con
taining all the news from EVERT QUARTER OE THE Gus::
lOW it EVERY DEPARTMENT of EUX...AN ACTnriy, will b 3
served every day (at noon) , toresi3ents of our city at th 3
extremely low price of
$B.OO A YEAR
POSITIVELY 'CASH IN ADVANCE!
This is narittinly the - LOWEST FIE TEE at which any
daily-New'Yoik peer. has EVER been offered to our ,iti
zen., and only the anticipation of large accesqoa, h
scribers to oar Hats indun sue to mako - h e veiy AI); re!
offer, and in which we ho e to be mast dried.
Subscribers received for it and'a bother city Daily and
Weekly papers, Magazine., Bic atLOWN= PRICES at
. BERGNER'S lINIVaRiaL NEWS AGINLY,
/W7B 51 Market Strert:
AA eXita lot of DREW AUXIN: received by
;: - 'WA. DOCK Jit. CO‘
S. & S. R. R.,-.•