Daily patriot and union. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1858-1868, November 24, 1860, Image 1

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    RATES OF ADVERTISING.
Your lines or m comm-um half a square. Ten [incl
01: more than (out, Wai‘uitnte a square.
fifla}..onedsy.. .. ”$6.25 one «3., onedaywfljt
“ one wees. ," 1.00 “ one week...“ 1.2:
5‘ one month. . 2.00 “ one month. ._ 3.0!.
“ fines munlhe. $.91) “ three months. 5.00
“ six momma.— . 4.00 H :1: months... 8.0"
u one yeah... . 5.00 H one year...“ 10.00
at" Business nafieea inserted in the wen. comma. or
heron marriages um deaths, an: cam-a mm mm for em
incl-ion to merchmtsand others advertising by the you
fibula! 3e. as will be min-ed.
17 The nunberofinmtfioafi mas: be designated on 111.
inanimate.
at? Wages :nd Deaths will be imrted at the um
um I 8 regular adrertimmenta.
5300155, Entattnnerg, 85:.
ICHOOL BOOKS—School Dueotora,
mam, Parents, Scholars, and omen, in want 01
School Books, School Stationery, 550. will find I. complete
lam: at n. 190 me a some 3001; moan,
aim-ht Square, Harrisburg, comprising in put the follow
228'
READERS.-Mc(}umy’a, Parker’s, 00kb,: Anqeu’a
SPELLING BOOKfi.—MeGllfiey’fl, Cobb’s, Webfier’la
Tom, Byerly’s. Oombry’s‘
ENGLISH GBAMMARS.—Bnllion’n Smith’s, Wood
bridgc‘a Monteifhs,hthiu’s,liart’s',h’ellnt .
313551381er rimshmv‘s, Davenport’s, Emsg‘aa. W“
son’s. Willard‘a, Goodrieh’s, Pinnook’n, b‘oldamxth's and
0113’:- .
ABleTlG’B.—Gmnlenf’s, stoddard’l, E‘T‘lfimn‘h
l‘ike'uéflose’s, Oolbutn'a, Smith and Duke’n. Dane 15. ’
AL EBBS.—-Gmnlonfia, 9mm, 031'“, 3“ '*
' ’l.
%HGNHE.,Wa:Xeru-. Ecbool, Cobb’s, Walker,
Woman's comprehensive, Wereesfiet’s Primary, Web—
ster’s Primary. Webster’s Hugh School. Wehater’s Quatto.
Am. ,_ -
NATURAL PHILGSOPHIRa.-.Gomstock’a Parker‘e,
Swin’a. The above with a gmt variety of otters cm a!
any has be found at an atom. Also, a couple“; unsort
mm nf School Stmouery, embracing in the I?!“ la a com
pzeea outfit for when! purposes Any book-not in the atom
Emmi w our. thy: notice.
33' country Merchants supplied at. wholesale “tel.
hLHANAGS —-John Baa: uni Son’s Almanac tor sale Ii
12. M. POLLOOK a; SON’S BOOK STORE, Harrisburg
:4? Wholesale and Retail. , myl
‘i‘us'rg RECELVED
I ' .4 2" ‘
SCHEFPER’E BOOKSTORE,
-1 DA MAN TINE SLJE TES
0F VfiJEIOUS SIZES AND PRICES,
Whisk, Eur twenty 33% use, cannot be excelled;
BEHEMBSP. THE PLACE,
SCHI'FFER‘S BOOKSTORE,
xO. 18 MARKET swung. mm_
BOOK AUCTION
BB N F . FREN C II
will supply his old friands and customers with the
following Books at Auction prices :
Pacific Railroad, 10 vols., complete, 4 illustrations
sm.
Japan kxlmfltion, 3 VOL‘L, complete, illustrated and
illuminated, $l2.
Emery’s Expedition, 2 vols., complete, illustrated ‘
illuminamd, $lO.
congressional Globe, 31 59 per volume
leerly Novels, complete, 12 VOlB., cloth, $lO.
“ “ “ 217015.,hnlfcalf. $34; km,
&a. he.
Ail of the above Books I will deliver in Harrisburg
free of charge. BEN F. FRENCH,
218 Pennsylvania Avenae, Washington, D. c.
felt-(1t:
7
N E W
BOOKS!
- JUST RECEIVED
“an“. AND SAY,” by the author of “Wide, Wide
Wotld," “Dollars and Cents," Jae.
“ HISTORY OF mTKODISM,”by Lawton, LBJ).
Far 3310 as SCHEFFEBS’ BOOKSTORE,
11:9 No. 18 Max-kc: at.
JUST RECEIVED,
5 LARGE AND SPLEXDID ASSORTMEST 0F
RIGHLY GILT AND ORNAMENTAL
WINDOW CURTAINS,
PAPER BLINDS,
0! various Designs 11ml Colors, fore cents,
TISSUE PAPER AND CUT FLY PAPER,
A! , [my24] SCHEEFER’S BOOKSTORE.
WALL PAPER! WALL PAPERI!
Just received, our Epring Stock of WALL PAPER,
BORDERS, FIRE SCREENS, 61.0., &.c. It is the largest
and beat selectedasaortment in the city, rungiugin price
Eran: six (6) cents up to one dollar and nqunrter ($1 .25.)
As we purchaaa vel? low for mush, we are prepared to
sell at as low ratesfi not lower, than can ba had else.
where. If purchasers will call and examine, we feel
mnfident that we can please them in respect to price
“Equality. E. M POLLOGK Jr, SON,
up?! Below Jones‘ House. Market Square.
LETT E R, CAP, \‘UTE P ‘ PERS.
Pens, Holders, Pencils, Envelopes, Sealing Wax, of
the beat quality,at low prices. direct from the manu
factories, at -
W3O
SGHEFFER-‘S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
‘3' AW BOOKS I LAW BOOK-3‘ ! !—A
.1 gunernl assortment of LAW BOOKS, all the State
napalm and Standard Elelnenfiary Works, wi Lb many of
the old English Reports, scarce and rare, together with
a large unortment of second-hum! Law Books, at very
m prices, at u» mu- pn‘cc-Baakstnre of
E M. POLLOGK & SON,
myfl Market Square, Harrisburg.
filiatcilcmeuua.
A. AkfiiVAL 0F
NEW GOODS
APPROPRIATE T 0 THE SEASON!
SILK LINE‘N PAPER
FANS! FANS” FANS!!!
ANOTHER mm SPLEEDID LOT or
SPLIGED FISHING RODS!
Imut‘Pliea, Gut and Hair Snoods, Grass Linea, Silk
all Eair Plaited Lines, and a. general assortment of
FISHING TACKLE!
A GREAT YAEXE'IY 0F
WALJKINGCANES!
Which we will sell as cheap as the cheapest!
Silva: Hem Loaded Sword Hickory Fancy
(lanes! Canes: canes! Canes! Canes!
KELLEB’S DRUG AND FANCY STORE,
no. 91 Innis-r 513:“,
South ado. one door east of Fourth street 309
- is , J. HARRIS,
WORKER IN TIN,
SHEET IRON, AND
METALLIC ROOFING,
Swami Street, below Chestnut,
HARRISB URG, PA.
.19 prepmrl to fill orders for any article in his branch oi
hsinesa; and if not on hand, he will nuke to order on
short notice.
M ETALLIG ROOFING, of Tin or Galvanised Iron,
omtsntly on hand.
Also, Tin and Sheet-Iron Ware, Spouting, ace.
He hopes, by strict attention to the mint: of his cuto
nmra, to merit and receive a generous share of public pat
mange.
l 5? livery promise strictly fulfilled.
B. J. HARRIS,
Second Street. below Chestnut.
F I S II I l
flan? any]
HACKER“, (Nos. 1, 2 and 3.)
SALMON, (very superior.)
SHAD. (Mess and very fine.)
HERRING, (extra large.)
COD FISH
SMOKED HER NG extra. Di b .
scorcu nmmmcn RI ‘ ( gy )
SARDINES AND ANCHOVIES.
of the above we have'Alaukex-el in whole, half. quarter
and eighth bblflv Ilerung in whme and half bbls.
The entire lot new—Dumm- mum um Hamming, and
vi“ sell them at the lowest market rates.
waif—lw
"’" ’ V 1 x . V
FAMILY BI Bth, from lip‘ to $lO
strung and. hmdmmely bound) printed on ~ ,
with elegant clear new type, 301‘ I“ 500 d paper,
mch3l SOHEFFER’H Cheap umph“
CRANBERBIES I ! l—A Smmmm LOl
- received by
not
FOR. a superior and cheap TABLE 01.
SALAD OIL go to
mums DRUG swan;
THE Fruit Growers’ Handbook—by
WARlNG—wholesda andretail at
mum scum-m ms Bookstorfl.
SIERM. CANDLES.—-A ' large supply
'33; raceued by WM. DOCK. 58.. k 00.
IF you are in want of a. Dentifi'ice go to
mum’s, 91, Market n.
_—.-—-
FISH!!!
WM. DOCK. JIL. a 00
; .12? "3%? /,_.____l.
' 5 O - %=;+\ \;=; ,- .réé __
+41%». I; g: ‘* fr
1 L Jiifi f‘3 ‘ll":“:‘%’V'i£*~"nr
' ,Jaffa‘éiwéz'afiwéhh i' 1" ‘53; ~ v“; “I‘.
. *»-.:3»5.: MN“ -‘ ”f,“ rig, *. i- ‘., -{'._ .3
:4“; _;. ._;;y;:' ‘l, L“;I"‘-'-'~7i'§35ii‘ > ~ 1‘
i ~75?" "f? , 3'7! - f’fé‘ii- 5 u
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“_‘———_7 ”N‘V'§{E¥;:*"-fi'r:i‘--—m .' ' 11
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VOL. 3
Einm) Stable/'3.
L-ITY LIVERY STABLES,
fl nucxnnnny ALLEY, fl
Luv THE REAR 0F HERE’S HOTEL.
The undersigned has re—commam-ed the L I VE R Y
BU" INESS in his NEW AND SPACIOUS STABLEB,
located as above. with a. large and val-L d stock of
HORSES, CARRIAGES AND OMNIB USES,
which he will hire at moderate rates. .
octl3-diy F. K. SWAR’I‘Z.
FRANK A. MU EBAY!
Successor to Wm. Pavkhill, ‘
uvmu’ a EXCHANGE STABLE ‘
THIRD STREET BELOW MARKET. ‘
{4l vi».
firm) ' ' "“4 ;' 13
NE‘%’ * 'l?
'«r-w’ ' 1'
hAvmu pnmhued tho-interest ofJ. Q. Adm: n the
Istabliahment. and mada large udditiona to the stock. the
lndefligned is prepared to accommodate the public with
it]? ERIOB HORSES for Saddle or Carriage purposes, and
vith every variety of VEHICLES of the am: and most
\ppl'O'Pd styles, on reasonable terms.
PLEASU RE PARTIES will be accommodated with Om
iibusses at short notice.
Oar-rings: and Omnibussea, for funeral occasions, will be
nrnisbod. accompanied by careful and obliging drivers.
Ha invites an inspection of his steels, satinfiedfihnt i}; is
nlly equal to that of any oiher establishment or the mm
11 ton. FRANK A. MURRAY
BRANCH STABLE
The undersigned has opened a branch of his“ Livery and
Exchange- Stable" in ihe buildings lately occupied by A.
W. Barr. in Fourth street, oppuuihe the Bethel, where he
a prepared to accommodate the public with Horses and
Vehicles, at all times, on reznsnnslble terms. His stock is
urge and varied. and will recommend itself.
“116-th FRANK Av MURRAY.
filigcellauwug.
TA K E NOTI G E!
That we ham recently added to our already full stock
OFSEG A B. S
LA NORMATIS,
KARI KARI, -
EL MONO,
LA BANANA.
OF PERFUMERY
For: um HANDKEchIEF:
TURKISH ESSENCE,
ODOR 0E MUSK,
LUBIN’S ESSENCE BOUQUET.
For. rm: mun: ' -
EAU LUSTRALE .
CBYSTAEIZED PODIATUM,
MYRTLE AND'VIOLE'L‘ POMAI‘UM.
Eon 7m: Coxnsxxon :
TALC 0F VENICE,
ROSE LEAF POWDER, ~
NEW MOWN HAY POWDER,
BLANC DE PERLBS.
0 F SOA P S
Bum-‘3 P 123351
MOSS ROSE,
BENZOIN,
UPPER TEN,
VIOLET.
NEW MOWN HAY,
JOCKEY CLUB.
Having the largest stock and best assortment of Toilet
Articles, we fancy that we are better able than our com
petitors to get up a complete Toilet Set at any price de
sired. Call and sea.
Always on hand, a FRESH 5100!: of DR (765 MED L
CINES, CHEMICALS, kc , consequent 0!1 our re
ceiving almost daily additions thereto.
KELLEB’S DRUG AND FANCY STORE.
91 Market Street, two doors East of Fourth Street,
naps South side.
PHOENIX FOUNDRY.
J. .v. 03mm. w. F. 09131:. ,
JOHN J. OSLER & BROTHER,
(succussons To I.lmm; :1. my.)
FOUNDEHS ALI) DIACHINISTS,
Comer Pennsylvania Railroad and State Szrcsl,
HARRISBURG, PA.
MILL HEARING, IRON FENCES, R.HI.RO.ID
AND CANAL WORK,
gum ALL Dzscmrnoxs or
IRON CASTINGS'
0N HAND OB MADE TO ORDER.
MACHINE WORK AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY
ATTENDED 'l‘o.
PATTERNS MA DE TO ORDER.
We have a large and complete amsortmcnt of Patterns
to select from. 7 iuii’.
JUST RECEIVED!
HUMFHHEY’S HOMEUPATHIC SPECIFICS‘
to wmcn wr: mvm: ma
ATTENTION OF THE AFFLIGTED!
For sale at
SCHEFFER’S BOOKS’I‘CDRE7
“7 E OFFER TO
C I} S 'l‘ 0 111 E R S
A New Lot of
LADIES’ PURSES,
of Beautiful Styles, substantially made
A Splendid Assortment of
GENTLEMEN’S WALLETS.
A New and Elegant Perfume,
KNIGHTS TEMPLARS’ BOQUET,
Put up in Out Glass Engraved Bottles.
A Complete Assortment of
HANDKERCHIEF PERFUMES,
0f the best Manufncture.
A very Handsome Variety of
POWDER PUFF BOXES.
KELLEB’S DRUG STORE,
ijl 91 Market street
ESTABLISHED IN 1810
FANCY DYEING ESTABLISHMENT.
J BL W. JONES, No 432 N. Front Street, above Cal
lowhill, Philadelphia, dye SILKS, WOOLEN AND
FANCY GOODS of every description. Tneir supetior
style of Dyeing Ladies? and Gentleman’s Garments is
widely knuwn‘ Cape and Merino Shuwin dyed the most
brilliant or plain colors. Grape and Merino Shawls
cleaned to look like new—also. Gentlemen’a apparel.
Curtains, 81.0., clone: or res-dyed.
{l3' Call and look at. our work before going else
where. sepll-dSm
CHOICE SAUGES!
WORCESTERSHIRE.
LUGKNOW CHUTNY,
CONTINENTAL,
SOYBR‘S SULTANA,
ATHENZEUM,
LONDON CLUB,
SIR ROBERT PEEL,
INDIA SOY,
READING SAUCE,
ENGLISH PEPPER SAUC E.
For sale by WM. DOCK, IL, 8:. CO.
111le
DYOTTVILLE GLASS VVUI’LKS,
PHILADELPHIA,
umuucrnnz
CARBOYS, DEMIJOHNS,
WINE, PORTER, MINERAL WATER, PICKLE AND
PRESERVE BOTTLES
OF EVERY nascmrnox.
H. 13.8; G. W. BENNERS,
OGIQ-dly 27 South Front steret, Philadelphia,
INSTRUCTION IN MUSIC.
" - W. WEBER, nephew and taught by the well :9.
numbered late I". W. Weber, of Harrisburg. is prepared
‘0 5"” ”“098 in music upon the PIANO, VIOLIN
GELLO, VIOLIN and FLUTE. no will give lonsunn It
his residence, comer of Locust street and River alley
or It the homes of pupils. nu2s-d6m
HEFFER’S B '
SC“, Gold Panhwurgggfore 18 the Place I’o
HARRTS'IEIEFPA., SATURDAY, NOVMBER 24, 1860.
TO THE PUBLIC!
JOHN TILL'S
C 0 A [1 Y A R. D,
SOUTH 33001“) STREET,
BELOW PRATT’S ROLLING MILL,
HARRISBURG, PA.,
Where he has constantly on hand
LYKBNS VALLEY BROKEN, EGG, STOVE AND
WILKESBARBE STEAMBOAT, BROKEN, STOVE
ALL OF THE BEST QUALITY.
It will be delivered to consumers clean, and full
weight warranted
flj’ CONSUMERS GIVE ME A CALi FOR YOUR
WINTER SUPPLY.
11? Orders left at my house, in Walnut street, near
Fifth; or at Brnbakcr’s, North street; I . L. Spears,
Market Square; Wm. Bostick’s, come: of Second and
South streets, and 3 01m Lingle’s, Second and Mulberry
streets, will receive prompt attention
jylS-dem
COA L :
ONLY YARD IN TOWN THC-1T DELIVERSE
COALBYTKE
PATENT WEIGII CABTS!
For Every family to get in their supply of Coal fur the
winter—weighed at’thvir door by the Patent ll’eigfi
Carts. The accuracy of these: Carts no one disputes. and
they never got out of order, as is frequently the case of
the Platform Scales; besides, the consumer has the
satisfaction of proving the weight of his Gaul at his
own house. ‘
I have a Eat-g 9 supply 01"le 9n hand, cn--:.l:.“ng of
S. M. COFS LYKENS VALLEY COAL all sizes.
LYKENS VALLEY . do , “ “
WILKESBAERE ‘ ' do. - "
BITUMINOUS BROAD TOP do
All Coal of me best: quality mined, and delivered free
from a.“ impurities, nt‘tbe lowest rates, by the boa-t or
car load, single, half or third of tons, and by the bfishcl.
JAMES M. WHEELER.
Harrisburg, September 24. 1860.—5ep25 ‘
COAL! COALH COAL!!!
TO GE , CLL A '0 ()AL'__
FULL WEIGHT AND NOTHING SHORT 0 F IT.’
Thankful to my friends and customers for their liberal
patronage, I would inform them and the public generally,
that I am fully prepared, on short notion, tn supply them
with all kinds of
$ll FEM-{OR GOAL 0!? ALL SIZES.
FREE FROM SLATE, AND CAREFULLY SCREENED,
FIGURE 'AS FAIR DEALING WILL AFFORD!
Although my Coal is not weighed in SELF<WEIGEISB
Curls, 301 :5 wmausu ox slo;ng mounmnu’ TESTED
BY m}: SEALER or Wmsms um Husunms, and con
sumers may rest assured that they will be fairly and
honestly dealt with. I sell nothing but the very best
article, tun] no mixing.
Also, HICKORY, OAK and PINE WOOD always on
hnml. sap-1413111 (i-EO. P. WIESTLING.
[I l’ ’l‘ O W 1:; l
PATENT WEIGII CARTS.
For the convenience of my numerous up town custom
ers, I have established. in connection wthmy old yard,
a Branch Coal Yur-l opposite: North strelet, in a. line with
the Pu-nsylvauia canal, having the office formerly occu
pied by Mr R. Harris. where consumers of 009.1 in that
vicinity and Verbekv—town can receive their Coal by the
, PATENT WEIGH (IAR’I‘S,
WITHOUT EXTRA CHARGE FOR HA ULIA’G,
And in any qnnntity they may desire, as low as can be
pm chased an yn'hrre.
FIVE THOUSAND TONS COAL ON HAND.
0f LYKENS VALLEY and WILKHSBARRE, all sizes.
11?’ Willing to maintainfair puns, but “unwilling
to he. mzdarsalr! by may parlres.
{[3’All Coal forked up and delicate! clean and free
from all impuriliea, and the inn"! article mined.
Orders received in either Yard will be promptly filled,
ml all Goal deliv. red by t u Pam” "re-igh Carts.
Coal sold by [max 0:1: loud, single, half or third of
tons, and by the bushel. _
JAMES M. WHEELER.
Harrisburg, October IS. 186 .—-ocLl5
HELMBULD’S HELMBO LD’S
ll ELMBULU’S ‘ EIEIJ‘IBOLD'S
HELMBOLU’S ' lIELMBUIJ)’S
IIELMBOLD-‘S HELMBHLD‘S
“ELL“ 8‘ 'LD’S I! ELMBO LD-‘S
HELMBOLD’S IiELMBOI.D’S
lIELMBOLD’S HELMBOLI)’§
Extract Buchn, Extract Buuhu,
Exam-1: Buchu, Extract Buchu,
Emmi; Buahu, Extrurt Hut-ha,
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu,
Ext act Bucl‘m, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buc nu, Extract Bncnu,
Extract Buchu. Exrract Bnohu,
No. 18 Market st
FOR SECRET ANU DELICATE I ISORDERS
FUR SECRET AND DELICA'I'E DISORDERS.
FO5 SEIIKET AA!) DI-‘LIL‘ATE UISORDFRS
FUR SECRET AND DEL [GATE DISORDERS
FUR SECRET AND DhLII'A'I'E DISORDERS.
FOR SECRET A -D DELIUATE DISIIRUEHS
EUR. SECRET AND DELIQATE DISORDERS
BLADDER, GRAVE'L KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, hLDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, Glia Vb'L, KIDNEYS, DROPSV,
BLADIJ ER, . GRAVEL, Klu AEYS, DROPSY.‘
BLADDER, GRA VEL, KIDNEYS, DRflP‘fi‘
BLAI’DE“, GRAVHL, KIMNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS. DROPS?
OmsAlfl ' WEAKNESS,
ORGANIC WE‘RNHHS, ,
ORGANIC WEAKNEES, . ,
ORGANIC WEAkNEss, '
036M650 WEAKNESS, .'
ORGANIC Wr.AhNESS. I
And all Diseases pf cenual Organ', I
And all Dissam of Sexual Hrgans,
And ail Irismsra uf 6614 mm! "mans. ‘
And all Discus” of Sexual Olgans; i
And ail Diseases of Sexual Organs, I
Amt all Dinah: of Santa! Organs, 3
ARISING mun ‘
Exo°sses, Expomms, nni Impruilenciea in Life. 9
Examfiei Exposures. and Immudencuas in Life.
Exaesnen, Exposure . and Imprudsencxes in Life.
Excess“, Ex 0 urea, and Immudencim in Life. .
‘ J‘Txcvsses; Emorurrs, and Impmdencies in Life. ,
Excuses, Exweurw, and Imprucionciea in Life. .'
1 From whatever 04- as originating, And whether sxistiugin
Females. take no more P Ila ! They are of no avaif't'or
Complaints incidtn' ts ‘besm Una A
Rdmmld’a Extract Buchu is :1 Medicine which is per
fectly pleasant in its , 7 7 _ , ,
ausu‘ AND ODOR, '
But immediate in its actinn. giving Health and Vigor to
thr Frame, Bloom m Ihe Pallid Cheek, and restoring 11m
patient to a perm-t stat-e of E
Humn AND PURITY. .‘
Hoimbold’n EktHEtlVßuEL—hi I; —prl:e_xs.|}éd nccordibg 13"
Phar‘EiEL"‘l‘L°l‘imifEEb avfiiivzervribed, 9'3“. 31*“ by
Delay no lunge.lr::clu‘vt'\e remedy at oncu. ’
Pritesl pPr bottlv, or aux for 555. _
Depot 104 South Tenth 3th at Philadelphia. 1
BEWARE OF UNPHINUIPLED DEALERS ‘
Trying to Palm 0!? their own or other articles 01 BUUHU
on the repu ation attained by , 3
HELMHOLD’S EXTRACT BUCHD, !
The; OLizinal and only Guanine.
a desire 9.0 run on ma
MERIT 0F EUR ARTICLE!
whit”! is Wothlean in BN1! at muc" ler rat
. . - - as an .
Humans, consequently paying a. much hem: profit d com
WE DEFY cowmxnom '
A k f
a or HELMBOLD’B EXTRACT BUCHU.
Take no 0‘ her. '
Hold ny JOHN WYEEH, Drawn. corner of Market and
Second at eta II rriu . urg.
maria fixvaazsrs EVERYWHERE.
no“ «man.
(float.
NUT COAL
ALSO,
AND NUT COAL,
00 ALE!
NOW IS THE TIDIE
NOW 15 YOUR TIME
AT AS LOW A
filgbimi.
A Ponitive and Specific Kennedy.
A Punitive and “pacific Remedy
A Positive and Spro‘flc lirmedy
A Positive and Specific Remedy.
A Poaitwe and Spvcific Remedy
A Posi ive and Specific Remtdy
A Positive and Specific Remedy
FOR DISEASES 411' THE
MALE 0“. REM AhE
EX I‘RACT BUCHU
TH’E inio'éi'iaiu'r’xfijflvi' 'PHYS’IC [4 NS
muting filathiucfi.
T'HE GRUVER 8: BAKER
1 .
l! AMILY SEWING MACHINE
is rapidly Eliminating all others for family use. The
DOUBLE LOCK-STITCH formed by this Machine is fuund
to he 3’" "My one which survives the wash-tub on bins
seams, “Dd. therefore. the only one parmnnontly valu
able for Family Sewing.
READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONY:
“Mrs. J “mason DAVIS, prasents her compliments to
Grover at. Baker. and takes pleasure in saying that she
has use? one of their Machines for mu years, and finds
it Eli“ m gond order, main-a in. beautiful stitch, and does
ensxl)’ york of any klnd.”—- Washington, D C.
“it is a. beautiful thing, and puts everybodv into rm
cxgtement ufgood humor. Were I scatholic, I would
him.“ “[10“ Saints Gruvor& Baker having an eternal
holniuy m commumurmiou of their good deeds for hu
manubyf; -('ll.§Si,lz-i M. may.
“3‘13 Will: has haul one of Grover & Baker’s Family
Scmug Machines ful‘ some time, and I am satisfied it is
one ul thu bust labor-saving machines that. has been in— \
vented. _I 1:113.- mnch pleasure in recommending it. to
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SATURDAY MORNING, NOV 2.1, 1860.
THE SdlgliEll‘lVl-zz'.WGQE’IIEIVIVER’S STORY.
“It was here, Sir, that Mr. Clements de
scended.”
‘f How fem-fu‘ !” lexclaimcd, scarcely ven
urlng to look down a precipice at least 600 feet,
deep.
To repeat. in a few words what. had occupied
nearly an hour, and omitting his numerous
digressions, the samphire gathercr’s tale ran
thus:
At the close of the last. century, he and his
father. snmph'xre gatherers by trade. had assis
ted in lowering one Mr. Clements down the cliff
under rather extraordinary circumstances.—
Mr. Clements was then returning home along
the downs, from the then retired, but new
fashionable town of —-«-—, when he recognized
a, boat 21. mile from the shore, strongly resem- |
hling one in which his Wife and sintet were in l
the lrequent habit of passing hours, in a little ‘
buy or inlet of the sea. near his house. He
hastened home, only to have all doubts removed
as to theiriclentily; and, hurryingback to the
spot where he had at first observed them, found,
to his extreme terror, that the boat had been
deserted by its occupants, who lmd been seen
wandering on the reel-:3 benemh the elifl". To
approach them by the see, on either side, in
lime to rescue them from their impending
danger, was impossible. The tide was rising
fast, their destruction seemed inevitable. In
this: emergency, the samphire gatherers were
thought of sm:- eought for; and, declining all
[heir (\fi‘ers Clements iusisted upon descending
the cliff, in hope of pacing his wife, and sister
upon some rock or spot, where they might
remain in safety till the arrival of the boats
from ~—~. Thus far hall the semphire gath
erer get in his story, which he was relating to
me as we strolled along the elifi‘s, when he
paused, us I have already mentioned above, and
pointed to the spot where Mr. Clements de
scended. .
following his example, and in‘-sing 9. seat on
the grass near him, the old man continued his
tale. 1 give it in his own words.
H wen, sir; when we found we could not.
persuade him to let one of us go down in his
place, fut-her, as usual, secured h. crowbur into
the eurth, a few feet from the edge of the cliff,
unel then, twining the rope once around it. in
order to give us It steadier hold on Mr. Cle
ments fastened it tin-tier his arms. We then
made him change his coat for one ofour frocks,
such as you see the common people wear in
these ports; and taught him how to put. his feet
steadily against the sides of the cliff—as it
were thus ; and made him take the rope in his
hands just. above the knot, and told him to lean
out. as for as ho. possibly could, and to work
downwards with his feet and look up, and keep
a look out. for the stones and rubbish which
tho rope might dislodge. We told him ail this,
sir; and bade him not be frightened at the
birds, on they would not. harm him—the sun
had set, sir; and they always made a horrible
screeching if you go down the clilf after they
have gone to roost; and that if he altered his
mind, and wished to comeback, he had only to
give the rope a. couple of pulls, and we’d haul
him hunk. ‘ No, no,’ says Mr. Clements, ‘ there’s
no necessity for that. When I get to the. bot.-
tom, wuitt'or a. quarter of an hour; it' at the end
of that time I give no signal for you to pull the}
up, you will know that the ladies are safe, and
then make what haste you can and get a boat
l'rom——-—. lum re. {l3’ now,’ says he, inn faint l
voice, and his teeth all the white chuttcring‘
with four. Never was it. mun so frightened its i
henna fit that moment. Well, sir, father and l
[ once more lifted the rope. and Mr. Clements i
leaned back over the edge of the clifi'. Down ‘
he Went, and we soon lost sight of him. ‘
-“l‘r’ort:ing with his feet, as father hurl told l
him, we slowly supplying the rope us he ro
, q-uired it. he moved safely down tor obit: then
. tie rested on c jutting rock. All this time he
kept. his eyes on the sky. Pressing cautiously
with his fret against the chalk; his body almost
at right angles wit h the cliti‘; his hands grasping
the rops, or sheltering his face from the. shower
of stones and dirt. which it. dislodged. He had
got. about u. hundred feet from the. top, when,
suddenly slipping from the clill’, his chest. and
face were thrown violently against it. lie on
deavored to regain his footing against. the rocks,
and in so doing, broke through a resolution he
had formed, and looked heneuth him. It was
a. rare sight that, for the first time. Well do I
remember how my hood strum 11.5 I looked at
the water, for, for below; and the waves that
one could see, but not hour, as they broke over
the shingles. Presence of mind, on which he.
had so vu tinted himself, where was it now? He.
was about to pull the rope; but he thought of
his poor wife and sister, and that was enough.
0n he went. To regain a. footing was impos
uible. Father and I kept gradually lowering:
the rope; and with his face to the clitf; his
hands outstretched, catching at each object as
he passed; enveloPed in a. shower 01 stones and
chalk, which he had not the strength to avoid;
grasping and panting for breath, poor Mr.
Clements slided down for another hundred feet.
Here the cliff arched inwards, forming on im
mense hollow, like yonder rock sir; and, swing
ing to and fro, and round and round, as it were
between heaven and earth, down he want. At.
one moment, the wide ocean met his dizzy gaze;
at another, flocks of startled birds flow around
his head, uttering their shrill and angry cries.
Again. sir, he found himself sliding down
against the side of the clifi", his flesh all sure
and torn, and his body and. arms in absolute; tor
ture from the pressure of the rope. Again, in
agony he made it frantic effort to gain it foot
ing; but, in so doing, fastened one of his legs
in a nurrow fissure, or opening in the rock.—
Vain was the struggle to release it, sir; Mr.
Clements was either too weak and faith 0“ ”f"
limb too firmly secured in the rock. All his
efforts were useless; and I shudder at the intro
recollection While I Lll it, we continuedstuffy/"’9
the rope! Hanging hy the lt‘g- head down
wards, there he lay; the coruturztnts. and mews
flitting around him, and joining "1 1115‘? frightful
shrieks. ,
“Horrible! was he be long thus? ’
to Not long, sir. Father soon discovered that.
there Was no weight- 0" pulluupon the I‘OPE; and
sun-mining from his experiencc what had oc
curred, we raised if. 11 153 W feet, and released
Mr. Clements from MS painful situation. From
that moment, he told me, he was unconscious
usto whether ho was ascending or descending,
until he heard his name called in it faint voice.
He opened lns eyes. We had lowered him over
the arch of an immense cavern, within which
all was darkness, The sea was rolling in be
neath him ; his feet touched it. ; he felt that. he
must either swim or drown; lie feebly grasped
the rope; ll thrill of joy run through his veins
as he found an unexpectcdvfooting on at rock,
concealed by the waves, in about three feet of
water; the depth around for the present mut
terrd not. He remained for u. few moments
motionless on the rock. His name was again
culled: the sound came from the interior of
the cove.
“Extricntiug himself from the rope, he made
an efiort to “vim; he found that he had more
strength than he had thought; swam forward
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through the darkness up the cavern; he strug—
gled—snnk—rose again—heard his name called
louder and nearer—made one etfort more—felt.
the sand, the smooth sand, undcr his feet—
staggered forward—reeled, and fell exhausted
into the arms of his wife.”
“ And his sister ‘3”
“The ladies were both Vthere, sir. The cave
was about {my feet in depth, sloping upwards,
towards the back, and part‘gy filled with weeds,
stones and sand. Herc Mrs. Clements and her
sister had been driven to take refuge frum the
rising tide. They hadlumlcd from the hour. on
the rocks, at same distunce from the cavern, in
111-.- hope at finding apathway or ouflem by which
they could escape up the clifl‘. After a. long and
hepelesa search, they hell: ought Ulfln of the
boat. and, to (heir extrema Icn‘or. found that. it
had been carriul awny’by the rising tide. which
now partly town-(1 the I'm-ks. They had just.
time to climb into the cavern.~ war the lallen
rocns under the arch, when the water, sweeping
in, closed up all entrances to any bu? a. swim
mer. Although the tide was fast. rising the
ladies cheered each othvr with the hope that.
they should escape. Furluuateiy, Ihe darkness
of the cave prevented {hair discovering the
height. to which the water Hana-Hy rose.
“As you might imagine, Mr. Clvmunts was
some time befuro he recovered his sensvs. His
Wife wnskneefing beside him, chafing his brows,
when .her sister, starting up, called their atten
tion to the rope by which he had descended. We
were Falling it up; and he shook his head as it
disappnarcd over the arch of the Unvern. Wen
he knew how useiess it- wnuhl hnvc been for
mom to use it. “It. matters not,” he said,
“they (meaning us) have gone lo——. We shall
have boats here soon ; we are safe—quite safe,"
and so on, eudeavnring to keep Iheir hpiritsup,
while he well knew that, in the darkness the
chances were that. the heat would never find
the cave.
“ Two hours, sir—hm long hours passed on
in this way, and Mr. Gmmcnts had given up a}!
hope. The water kept. rising and rising, till
at last the wares broke at. their feet, and. each
instant threatened their destruciiou. The 18.-
dies were almustdend with cold and fear, when
a large, heavy. Dutch built boat—you don’t.
set: sud) now, sir—svat, with scarcely a sound,
under the arch intu the cave, her prow coming
dose in upon the spotwhere Mr. Uiementa and
the indies were. They «1311 not. see her until
they were within the cumrn; and no wonder,
for the ears were muffled. and those who were
in her were as sflenz as the grave. It was part
of the cargo ofn French smuggler, lying a few
miles ofl’, that her crew, assisted by some fish
ermen. Were about. to land. and they had taken
shelter in the cavern, having been alarmed by
the approach of a, boat up the coast. Fortu
nate was it. that Mr. Clements prevenmd them
from calling out for assistance from them—"
“ Why, I should have thought. that at such a.
moment. even—-”
“ Not. they, sir, not. they ; and Mr. Clements
knew it. Desperate men like them would have ‘
leftthe poor things to drown, or have murdered
them. No; Mr. Clements knew better. He
tried a last and dangerous chance, but it was
his only one; while the men had their heads
turned to the opening of the cavern. watching
the boat pass, the sight of which had driven
them into it, he lifted the ladies gently into
the bow of the boat. They couldn’t hear him
for the noise of the wares; there was plenty
of room for them, and he drew asail over them,
and was just going to step in himself, when
one of the men turned, and he lied only time
to conceal himself under the hows of the boot.
before she was again moving silently out. of
the core, with, as her erewlittle suspected, the
addition at two their nnmhcr since she had
entered it...
“ They went. about a. quarter ofn mile down
under the clitT, and landed at boy, who disap
peared like a flash up the rocks. A dead si
lence ensued; no one ventured to speak; the
men rested on their oars. and the bent. gently
rose and sank on the waves. Atlnst the silence
was broken; something dork was hurled down.
the cliti', at. 9. short. distance from the boat. It
fell hem-11y on the rocks. “God forgive him,
he’s tossed him over,’ said one of' the men.—
And no it. was. ‘ The poor man on the lookout
was asleep near the top ofthe elilf, and we often
hear of these men rolling oil’ in their sleep.—
There’e always a reason for it. sir. They were
going to land their cargo. when they heard a
gun in the offing, from one of theltingz’eeutters-
The alarm had been given. Not a moment was
to he lost; and, straining every nerve, they
bore out to 1393..
“They were nhout'two miles from the shore
when some of the men declared it was a lost
job. and that they could go no further. Mrs.
Clements was quite senseless from cold and ex
haustion, but her sister listened eagerly to what
the men said. The;r had some angry words,
but the meaning of their conversation she
could not. understand. There was a. little boat".
astern of the larger one, which they drew to
it, and entered one by one, the last man calling
out- ns he stopped in, ‘now then, boys, pull for
your lives; they’ll make after us when they
find they’ve lost their prize.’
The boot had disappeared in the surrounding
darkness before the terrified lady comprehended
nll ; and then, in a moment, the frightful truth.
1 flashed upon her. The devils hot] scuttled the
boat, and it was sinking fast. She uttered one
prayer, and turned to kiss her sleeping sister,
when Mr. Clements’ voice sounded almost at
her side! There he was in the some- little
pleasure boat which had been the cause. of all
their misfortunes. He hndjust time to lift the
ladies from the boat and get clear of her when
she went. down. The revenue cutter came up
and tool; them nhonrd, all safe; but many
months passed before Mrs. Clements recovered
, from the events of that. dreadful night.”
n What became of Aélr. Clemente when they
left him in the cove ‘3‘”
“He held on to the boat for n few moments,
till they got outnide, and then ewnm to the
realm, where he found his little pleasure-bent,
and entering it, followed in the Wake of the
larger vessel, and was thus in time to save the
lives of his wife and her sister.
“The sun is setting, sir,” added the sam
phire-gntherer, touching his hat to me, 91
must be going homewnrd. Mayhnp when you
are strolling, one of these days, on the rocks
below, you will look at. the cavern where Mr.
Clements found his wife. You can imagine
better than Icon describe, Whotmust have been
their feelings in such a- place and at 36611 a,
time. Good evening, sir.
Mx's'n-zamvs DISAPPEARANCE or NEGROEB.”
Several slaves, one of them a. Very valuable
bricklayer and plasterer, have mysteriously
disappeared from Montgomery, Ala", since tho
election. No clue to their whereabouts has
been found, and it is surmised that, n. dexter
ously managed branch of the underground rail
road _has been extended to that city—Mobile
Advcrtiacr. V
LYNCH LAW IN SAVANNAH.—On Saturday
night .1. K. Blyler was taken from a _barber
shop in Savannnh, Ga., by some parties 1:: dis
guiae and treated to a. cast of tar and cotton.
He was suspected of abolitionism. The Savan~
nah papers, however, earnestly denounce the
outra_e.
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_O. H. Rhett, a: South Carolma, but connected.
With the Interior Department in Wilmington,
has tendered his resignation.