Daily patriot and union. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1858-1868, November 29, 1860, Image 1

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    RATES OF ADVERTISING.
PM: lines or less constitute half a mum-94 Ten fine.
:1: mum than four, constitute a square.
3233:; .Imeday- a“ 5035' One «1,, anod.ay...-.- $0.3.
" one week...— 1.00! “ oncwcekw—d 1.26
‘ ' my; month; . 2.00 5 “ one month .- 3.00
‘4 agree months. 3.00 “ three months. 5.00
H gixmonths_ . 4.09: n six months... 8.00
4.: unoyaar..7« . 5.01) i :. one year...“ 10.00
1;? mains“ uoticesinsertaad in the LOCAL comm,”
before marriages and deaths, Fwy GENTS Pan 1.12 m for each
insertion, To msmhautsand others advertising bythoyeu
fibers! gas-g 25 will be ofl‘eted.
1;" TM numberofinsetsions mnzt heaesignatedon the
ivevfisement.
W Marxiagea and Deaths win be inserted at tho sun
ates as regular advertisements.
fimkg, fitatimtcrp, 85f.
Sci—looll BOOKS—School Dn-ectors,
- Tanners, Parents, Bahama, and othsrs, in mt of
563001 Books, School Stationery, dam, will find a completc
amfiment at E. M._POLLOGK & SON’S BOOK STORE,
starlet Square, Humbug, comprising in put the follow
} E;-
Rmm~ucfimfa Parker’s, Cobb’s Ki: ll’s
ammo BOOKS.—hfcfiufley7s, oohm’, wfinm,
Tovn’s, Byerly’s. Oombry’l.
ENGLISH QMMMARS.—Bnllion’s Smith’s, Wood
bridge‘su Montana s, Tnthill’s, Emu, hour. _
HiSTGmß.—érimshsw’s, Davenport’s, Frost’s, W2l
- Wfihrd’s, Goodriuh’s, Pinnock’s, Goldsmith’s and
Clark‘s.
mmlC’S.—Greenlaaf’a, steam-am nmamn‘a,
Pike‘s. m’l, cmm’g’ Smith om! Duke’s, bank’s.
B ‘AL§EBm.—Gmsfilesrs, Davis’s, Day's, Bay’s.
n a.
DJIBETIONARYS.—WaIker’s school, Cobb's, Walker,
Wom’s comprehensive, Worcester’s Primsry Web
ster’s Primary, Webster’s Hugh School, Webster’s dual-to,
Auden-fie.
NATURAL PHlLOSOPms.—Oomstocl_’s Pukor's
Bwifi‘a. The above with a. great 'vuiety of otters an at“
Iny time be found gt my store- Also, 1 complete assort
ment of Echool Stationery, embracing in the win 10 a com
plete and: for school purposes. Any book not in the store.
procured \t one days notios.
113' flank] Merchants supplied at wholessle rates.
MANAOS.—John Bur Ind Son’s Alumnae for sale Ii
1 3!. POLLOOK & BON'S BOOK STORE, Harrisburg.
157' Wholonle sud Retail. myl
IEST RECEIVED
"
A 1'
s{:2£EI?EEB.’S BOOKSTORE,
A LA MAN I'INE SL4SI TES
‘ or mmous 5121-35 AND 231033.
W'lu’h, for beauty and mo. cannot be emened.
unsung THE PLACE,
:. :‘HEFFER’S B ooxisz'ozzg.
' NO. 18 MARKET strum. max-2 ‘
B'sjox -A'UCTI()N.
BEN F. FRENCH
17731151:ny his old friends and customers with the
knowing Books Lt Auction prices : '
Pacifi: Railroad, 10 WILL, complete, 4 illustrations
$24.
333581: Eigefitlon,‘ 3 “115., comylete, illustrated and
flifiminatod, 512.
Emery’slxgadltian, 2 7015., complete. illustrated
\“nmkm‘fix‘lfi-
Congressional Globe, $1.50 per whine-
Waverly Novels, complete, 1:? 7015., cloth, .510.
1a: “ “ 2711013.,1m1fc51f, 83.1.; 656.,
c 2.. 4:.
.111 of the above Books I will deliver in Harrisburg
free of charge. BEE F. FREE-GE,
278 Pennsylvania Avenue, Washington, D. 0. ‘
febfi-éfl‘
N E W B 0 0 K b 1
J U S T P. E O E I V E D
“SEAL AND SAY,“ by the author of ‘- Wide, Wide
Wax-Id,“ “ Dollars and Gents," kc.
-‘ HISTORY OF METHODISM,”I)_V A. Stevens, LLJ).
For 3318 at ECHEEEERS? BOOKSTORE,
399 No. 18 Max-kc st.
JUST RECEIVED,
0
.$ 33.36]: AND SPLENDID‘ASSOBTMENI‘ DP
310111. Y GILT .4 ND ORNAIIIENTAL -
wzxnow CURTAINS,
PAPER BLINDS, -
Bf various Dasigns and 00102-5, tor-a "my, ‘
TISSUE PAPER AND OUT FLY PAPER,
5?, [tr-324] SOHEFFBF’S BOOKSTORE.
WALL PAPER! WALL PAPER :1
Just received, our Spring Stock of WALL PAPER,
130513338, rum SCREENS, m., ace. Itis the largest
mm mm lelectedassoztment in the city, ranging in price
from six (6) cent: up to one dollar and aquarter ($1.25.)
As we purchase vet! low for cash, we are prepared to
”:11 at as low miss, ‘1 not lower, man can be had else.
where. l! purchasers win call and examine, we feel
confident that we can please them in respect to price
3nd qufli‘y. E. M POLLOCK & SON,
SP3 Below Jones’ Home. Market Square.
L E ‘l‘ TE R, CAP, NOTE PAPERS,
Fens, Holders, Pencils, Envelopes, Sealing Wax, of
the beet quality, at low prices, direct from the manu
facteries, It
mu!)
SCHEFFER?S CHEAP BOOKSTORE
LAW BOOKS ! LAW BOOKS ! l—A
genenl assortment of LAW BOOKS, all the State
Reports and Standard Elemenmry Works, with many of
1119 old English Reports, scarce and rare, together with
a large assortment of second-hand Law Books, at very
low pri sea, at the on: price Bankstore qf
E. M. POLLOGK k SON,
IMI
filigrellanmufi.
_MRIVAL 0 F
NEW Goons
APEROPRIATE T 9 THE SEASON!
3131: LINEN mum:
FANS! FANS}! FANS!!!
ANOTHER ASD SPLESDID LOT OF
SFLICED FISHING RODS!
Trout Flies, Gut and Hair Snoods, Grass Lines, Silk
and Hair Plaited Lines, and a general assortment of .
FISHING TACKLE:
A GREAT unxmv or
WALKING CANES!
Which we will sell as cheap as the cheapest!
Silver Bead Loaded Sword Hickory Fancy
Canes! Canes! Canes! Canes: Canes!
EELLERIS DRUG 4ND FANCY STORE:
Im. 91 must swam,
south side, one door east of Fourth straet jet!
J. HARRIS,
WORKER IN TIN,
SHEET IRON, AND
METALLIC ROOFING,
Sewnd Street, below chestnut,
HARRISB URG, PA.
he prepared to fill orders for any article in his branch of
human; and if not on hand, he will make to order on
men notice . .
METALLIC RO OFING, of Tin or Galvanized Iron,
runaway on hand. ‘
Also, Tin and Sheet- Iron Ware, Spouting, to.
He hopes, by strict attention to the wants of his custo
mers, 90 merit and receive a. generous share 6f public pat
image.
113' Even promise strictly fulfilled.
B. J. HARRIS,
Secnnd Street. below Chestnut._
jan'a-dly}
FI s
MLCKEREL. (so; 1, 2 and 3_)
"Y I -
SHAD. (M 255 am my £35103: (my superman)
HERRI‘SG, (extra large.)
COD FISH
' ' ‘ SMOKED n J ‘ ' .
SCOTCH HERRIXG. ERRING, (extra ngby )
SARDINES AND ANOHOVIES.
of the above we the'Muqkerel in whole, half, quarter
“a eighth bbls. Eernug In whole and half bbls.
The entire lot new—Dinner non rm: maximums, and
will sell them I“ the 13mm market rates. .
561314 WM- Does, 35., & co.
FAMILY BIBLES, from 18 to $lO
strong and handsomely bound, printod on our! ’
“@lloth clear new type sold at 3 P3P",
mam Bonfilmcws Cheap 300 m,"
GRANBERRIES.’ 1 I—A SPLEHDID L 0
02:32; received by
H 08. asu '
cum: and chea TABLE
F SALAD 0111330 to ‘ P 01‘
KELLEB'S DRUG- STORI-i._
T 137132 firm Gmwers’ Handbook—by
Anna—wholesale manual It
““1 sonnnn’s Boom. 7
Bmm. OANDLES.~—-A large supply
"1;: “mm“ by WH. DOCK. 1n... Jr. ‘
IF you are in want of a. ‘Dentifi'ice §o to
mniflfllflmki ":
Mrkuet Square. Harrisburg
FISH!!!
WM. DOCK. 511., a: co
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VOL. 3.
finer}; fitablcfi.
CITY LIVERY STABLES,
fl BLACKBERRY ALLEY, fl
IN THE REAR 0F HERE’S HOTEL.
The undersigned has tea-commenced the L I YE R Y
BUSINESS in bi: NEW AND SPACIOUS STABLES,
located as above, with a. large and varied stock of
HORSES, CARRIAGES AND OMNIB USES,
Which he will hire at moderate rates.
octla-dly I‘. K. SWARTZ.
FRANK A. MU RRAY
Successor to Wm. Parkhz‘tl,
“VERY as. EXCHANGE STABLE
THIRD STREET BELOW MARKET.
éii; f... v. I,
are ‘Eriqu/
'l5-'ls’
HAVING pnrchnsed the interest of J. Q. Adams in the
estnhlishment, and made large additions to the stock, the
undersiined is prepared to accommodate the public with
SUPER OB HORSES for Saddle or Carriage purposes, and
with every Variety of VEHICLES of the nteet and spout
Ipptom styles, on malleable terms.
PLEASURE PARTIES will be Iceommodated with One
nibusses at short notice.
Carriages end Omnibnsses, for funeral occasions, will be
furnished, accompanied by careful and obliging drivers.
He invited an inspection of his stock, satisfied that it is
fully equal to that of any other establishment of the kind
in town. FRANK A. MURRAY
BRANCH STABLE
The undersigned has opened a. branch of his “Livery and
lxehnnge Stable" in the buildings lately occupied by A.
W. Bert, in Fourth street, opposite the Bethel, where he
is pregnred to accommodate the public with Horses end
Vehic es, at all times, on reesomble terms. His stock is
large and uried, and will recommend itself.
nulfi-dtf FRANK A. MURRAY.
wwfii‘ié‘tifliiififiéf" ’ “
TAKE NOTICE!
That we have recently added to our already full stock
OFSE G A R S
LA NORMATIS,
KARI KARI.
ET. MONO,
LA BANANA.
0F PERFUMERY
FO2: TR)! Hmnxmcnmr:
TURKISH ESSENCE,
ODOR 0F MUSK.
_ LUBIN‘S ESSENCE BOUQUET.
I’o3 TII'ZHJIK.’
BAG LCSTRALE
omm Aim?» mummy,
MYRTLE AND _YIOLET PUMA T UM.
Fox TEE 0011:“:me :
TALC OF VENICE, .-
ROSE LEAF POWDER,
NEW MOWN HAY POWDER,
_ BLANC DE PERLES.
OF.S 0 A P S
Burma‘s FXNESI
MOSS ROSE,
BENZOIN,
UPPER TEN,
VIOLET,
NEW MOWN HAY,
. J OOKEY CLUB.
Having the largest stock and best assortment of Toilet
Articles, we fancy that, we are bfiter aide than our com—
petitors to get up a complete Toilet Set at any price de
sired. Call and see.
Always on hand aFRESH Stock of DR UGS, BIEDI—
(IINES, CHEMI‘GAL s, 45:: , consequent .of our re
ceiving almost daily additions thereto.
KELLEB’S DRUG- AN D FANCY STORE,
91 Market Street, two doors East of Fourth Street,
sepfi South side.
PHOENIX 'FOUNDRY.
J. .v. osum. w.F.osLI-m.
JOHN J. OSLER s: BROTHER,
(succnssons 10 JAMES u. an.)
FOUNDERS AND MACHINISTS,
Corner Pennsylvania Railroad and Stale 51ml,
HARRISBURG, PA.
MI L L G EARING, IRON FENCES, RAIL ROAD
AND CANAL WORK,
AND ALL DESCRIPTIONS 0!"
IRON OASTINGS
ON HAND OR MADE TO ORDER.
MACHINE WORK AND REPAIRING PROMPTLY
ATTENDED TO.
PATTERNS MADE I'o ORDER.
We have a. large and complete assortment of Patterns
to select from. 111122
JUST RECEIVED! .
A FULL ASSORTMENT 01’ ‘
HUMPHREY’S HOMEOPATHIB SPECIFIDS!
'ro wmcn WE mun: um
ATTENTION OF THE AFFLIGTED!
For sale at ‘
501 mm“ 53’s BOOKSTORE,
spa A 7 . , No. 18 Market st.
“7L OFFER T 0
OUSTO M E R S
A New Lot of
LADIES' PUBSES,
0f Beautiful Styles, substantially made
A Splendid Assortment of
'GENuTLEMEN'S WALLETS.
A New mid Elegant Perfume, ’
KNIGHTS TEMPLARS’ BOQUET,
Put up in Out Glass Engraved Bottles.
A Complete Assortment of
HANDKEBGHIEF PERFUMEfi,
0f the best Manufacture. '
A very Handsome Variety of
POWDER PUFF BOXES. _
KELLER’S DRUG STORE,
s&3l______—.__ ~___ ‘ ~___!!Emrket street
ESTABLISHED IN 1810
FANCY DYEING- E STABLISHMENT.
J. a: W. JONES, No. 432 N. Front Street, above 031-.
lowhjll, Philadelphia, dye SILKS, WOOLEN AND
FANCY GOODS of every description. Their superior
31;er of Dyeing Ladies’ and Gentleman’s Garments is
widely known. Grape and Merino Shawls dyed the most
brilliant or plain colors. Grape and Merino Shawls
cleaned to look. like new—also, Gentleman’s apparel.
curtains, 8:11., cleaned or re-dyod.
F 0311 and look at our work before going else
where. _ sepll-dSm
CHOICE SAUCES!
WORCESTERSHIBE.
LUOKNOW OHUTNY, -
CONTINENTAL,
' son-131’s ‘SULTAN A,’
ATHENEUM,
LONDON CLUB,
sm ROBERT PEEL,
mmmon
READING SAUCE,
EXGLISH PEPPER SAUCE.
For sale by WM. DOCK, JR., & 00.
1:1le ___. -
DYOTTVILLE GLASS WORKS,
PEILADEL‘PHIA,
. umvucwnu
CARBOYS, DEMIJOHNS,
W 133. PORTER, MINERAL WATER, PIUKLE AND
PRESERVE BOTTLES
or In“ nucnpnon. '
- E. B. J: G. W. BENNERS,
. oclO-dly 27 South Front stores, Philadelphia.
W
INSTRUCTION IN MUSIC.
I'. w. WERE}; n 9 MW and WI 5% b the well re
‘ numbered late I‘. ‘l' . Vgeber, or Eursiaburi, in propued
1 t° Si" 1335011: in music upon the PIANO, VIOLIN
OELLO, VIOLIN Ind FLUTE. He will give lesson: It
hie residence, corner of Locut street Ind River' elley
u .1; the homes of pupils. “254.",
mum’s 800 "—"
S?" Gold Pou—mntfitom I! the 111100 to
HARRISBURG, PA., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29,1860.
(foal.
TO THE PUBLIG€
JOHN TILL'S
COALY A R D.
SOUTH SECOND STREET.
BELOW PRATT’S ROLLING RIILL
HARRISBURG, PA.,
Where he has constantly on hand
LYKENS VALLEY BROKEN, EGG, STOVE AND
NUT GOAL
ALSO,
WILKESBABBE BTEAMBOAT, BROKER STOVE
ALL OF THE BEST QUALITY.
It will be delivered to consumers clean. and full
weight warranted.
{l3" CONSUMERS GIVE ME A GALL mu YOL‘R
WINTER SUPPLY.
{l3’ Orders left at my house, in Walnut street, near
Fifth,- or at Brubaker’a, Nor'th street; J’. L. Speel's,
Market Square; Wm. Bostick’a, corner of Second. ami
South sheets, and John Lingle’s, Secaud and Mulberry
streets, will receive prompt attention.
3371341 an . JOHN TILL.
C 0 A L! C O A L 1!
ONLY YARD IN TOWN THAT DELIVERS]
GOAL BY THE
PATENT WEIGH CARTS!
NOIV IS TH'E TIME
For every family to get in their supply of Coal for the
winter—weighed at their door by the Farm Weigh
Carts. The accuracy of these Carts no one disputes, and
they never get out of order, as is frequenfiy the case of
the Platform Scales; besides, the. consumer has the
satisfaction of proving the weight or his 00M at his
own house. '
I have a large supply of 00211 on hand, cumufiug or
S. M. 0038 LYKENS VALLEY 00.”: an sizes.
LYKENS VALLEY
WILKESBARRE
BITUMINOUS BROAD TOP do
All Goal of the best quality mined, and deiivereil free
from all impurities, at the lowest rates, by flu.- ‘bont or
m \ww‘ Kmah‘mm or ‘diufi ui tans, numb? x‘ue \ms‘mX .
JAMES M. WHEELER.
Harrisburg, September 24. 1860.—591125
COAL! COALII COALIH
NOW IS YOU}! 1‘! ME
TO GET CLEAN COAL!
FULL WEIGHT AND NOTHING SHOR 1‘ OF 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 notice, to supply them
with all kinds of
SUPERIOR COAL 0F ALI. SIZES.
FREE FROM SLATE, AND CAREFULLY SCREENED,
_vr AS Low A_
FIGURE AS FAIR DEALING WILL AFFORD!
Although my Goal is not weighed in Sgu-Wammxc
CARTS, an Is wmmmn ox SCALES Accunuavr men-m:
at my SEALER or Wmanrs AND MEASURES,MI(I con
sumers may rest assured that they will be fairly and
honestly dealt with. I sell nothing but the verybest
article, and no mixing.
Also, HICKORY, OAK and PINE WOOD always (:11
blunt. Evin-no..- our.“ v. Vv'uu-awl 'l N—Q .
U 1’ T O W N!
PATENT WEIGH CARTS
For the convenience of my numerous uptown custom
01's, I have established, in connection with my old yard,
21 Branch Coal Yard opposite North street, in a. line with
the Pennsylvania canal, having the office formerly occu
pied by Mrv E. Harris. where consumers of Coal in that
vicinity and Varlmkewwn can receive their Goal by the
PATENT WEIGH CARTS,
WITHO UT EXTRA CHARGE FOR HA ULING,
And in any quantity they may desire, as 1017 as can be
purchased anywhere.
FIVE THOUSANP TONS COAL 0N HAND,
Of LYKENS VALLEY and WILKBSBABRE, all sizes.
fiWb‘M-ing to maintainfaz'r prices, but unwilling
to be undersold by any parties.
fiAll Goal forked up and delivered clean and free
from all impurities, and the best article mined.
Orders received at either Yard will be promptly filled.
mi all Coal delivered by the Patent Weigh, Carts. '
Coal sold by Boat, Gar load, single, half or third of
tonsl and by the bushel. .
JAMES M. WHEELER.
Harrisburg, October 13, 1860.—0ct15 _
iiiéhfiiiilm __
HELMBOLD’S HELMBOLD’S
'HELMBOLD-‘S lIELMBOLD’S
HELMBOLD’S HELMBOLD-‘S
HELMBOLD'S HELMBOLIVS
HELMEOLD’S HELMBOLD’S
HELMBOLD’S HELMBOLD’S
lIELMBOLD’S lIELMBOLD’S
Extract Buchu, Extract Bucks,
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu, .
Extract Bucbu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buchu, Extract Buubu,
Extract Buclm, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buchu, Extract Buchu,
Extract Buchu. Extract Buchu,
FOR SECRET AND DELICATE DISORDERS.
FOR SECRET AND DELICATE DISORDERS.
I‘Ou SECRET AND .D ELIC’ATE DISORDERS.
FOR SECRET AND DELICATE DISOIEDERS.
FOR SECRET AND DEL'IUATE DISSRDfiRS.
FOR SECRET AND DELIUATE DIS RD RS.
FOR SECRET AND DELICATE DISORDERS.
A Positive and Specific Remedy. .
A Positive and Specific Remedy. ‘
A Positive and Specific Remedy-
A Positive and Specific Remedy.
‘ A Positive and Schch Remedy.
\ A Positive and Specific Remedy. ' ,
‘ A Positive and Spaeiflc Remedy. 1
‘ FOR DISEASES 0!“ THE :
BLADDER, GRAV-ELI KIDNEYS, DROESY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DRO SY,
ELADDER, GKAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, G-RA VEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRA VEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNE YS, DROPSY,
ORGANIC WEAKNESB, ,f
ORGAN-IO WEAKNESS!
ORGANIC WEAKNESS,
ORGANIC WEAKNESS, ‘
ORGANIC WEAKNESS, .-
ORGANIO WEAKNESS,
And all Diseases of Sexual Orgam,
And all Dismses Qf Sexual firgans, ‘
And all Diseases of Sexual Organs, _
‘ Ami all Diseases 0f Sexual Organs, .
And all-Diseases of Sexual Organs, .
And all Diseases of Swoml Organs, a
ARISING FROM ,
Excuses, Exposures, and Imprudencies in Life.
Exceaeea, Exposures, and Imprudencins in Life.
Excesnea, Exposure=, and Imprudencies in Life.
Excessea, Exposures, and Imprudencies in Life.
Excuses, Exposures, and Impmdencies in Life.
Excuses, Exposures, and Imprudencies in Lite.
From Whalever cam 86 originating,and whether existing in
MALE 03 FEMALE. ‘
limales. take no more Pills ! They are or no will for
Co plaints incident to ”no sex. The ‘
v EXTRACT BUGHU. ~'
Helmhold’s Extract Buchu is a Medicine which :45 Pet‘-
fectly pleasant in its j
TASTE AND ODOR ‘
But immediate in its action. giving Health and ngor to
the Frame, Bloom to the mum Cheek, and rastonpg the
patient to a patient state of , '
HEALTH AND PURITY. I_
Eelmbold’a Extract Basin: is prepared according t 0
Pharmacy and Chemistry, andis prescribed and mad by
THE _MOST EMINENT PHYSICIANS.
Delailia {Ollie}..- Fifi-fie—fiio—rfinfi} ht once. i
Price $1 per home, or six for $5“ , -’
Depot 104 South Tenth street, Bhflmalphm-
BEWARE or UNPBINOIPLED DEALERS
Trying to palm of their own or other "he!" or BfUCHU
on the reputation attained by ‘
HELMBOLD’B EXTRACT BUGHU, .
Ellhvev Oxiginnltnnd only Genuine. "
o desire 0 run on the
MERIT OF OUR ARTICLE!
Their’lia worthless —l'l sold at mughbr‘lgntalgm com-
In‘uionl 00 ll ntl Inn: 3' pro ii
I ’ ”$15113: Eflrnnnon : ‘
Ask for .
- HELMBOLD’B nxnuow wont. '
Talus no oth". _
s 1501ng0311 £1233. mug-n, corner of Mum ma
900“ I at: nil u
l AND ALL navagisz's EVERYWHERE,
non-dawn.
THE GROVER &. BAKER
XOISE L E S S
"V 1
B AMILY SEWING MACHINE
i 5 “Dial! supErseding all others for family use. The
Donna LocmS-rxrcn formed by this Machine is found
to be the only one which survives the wash-tub on bus
seams, and, therefore, the only one permanently valu~
able for Family Sewing.
READ THE FOLLOWIN G TESTIMONY:
“Mrs. Jnrrmson Dans. presents her compliments to
Grover Jo Baker, and takes pleasure in saying that she
has nsegl one of their Machines for two years, and finds
it still In good order makes a beautiful stitch, and does
easily york or any kind.==—Washington, D 0-
‘-It is a beautiful thing. and puts everybody into an
excitement of good humor. Were I a Catholic, I would
insifit \lp_on Saints Grover 5; Baker having an eternal
holiday In commemoration of their good deeds for hu
manity.”—-Cassius M. Clay.
“My wife has had one of Grover sr. Baker’s Family
Sewing Machines for some time, and I am satisfied it is
one of the best labor-saving machines that has been in
vented. I take much pleasure in recommending it to
the Yublio.”~——l. G. Harris, Governor qf Tennessee.
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THURSDAY MOBNIN G, NOV. 29, 1360
KENTUCKY AJVD THE UNION.
Kentucky has more than one hundred and ‘
seventy millions invested. in slave property, ‘
over one-third of her whole valuation; has
seven hundred miles of border line; is losing
at the rate of two hundred thousand dollars
per annum of this property by Abolition thieves;
and has, therefore, more danger to encounter
from the Abolitionists than all the other smaller I
States put together. An official voice from
this quarter is worth listening to. We have it, I
clear, ringing and patriotic, in a. noble letter ,
from that straight forward oflicial, Governor
Magoffin. It is in reply to letters asking him
what will Kentucky do, and whatpught shefio ‘
do, now that Lincoln is elected? His reply‘
is in a. tone of frankness that cannot be too
warmly commended.
At the outset, the Governor thus speaks for
Kentucky:
“She will stand by the equalityand the
rights of the States, and the equality and the
rights of the people in the States. She will
stand by the repeal of the Missouri Compro—
mise, by the Dred Scott decision, and by the
enforcement of the Fugitive Slave Law. She
will stand by every right she has under the
Constitution of the United States. She will
demand that slavery shall not be interfered
with wherever it exists under the Constitution
of the United States, and under the laws and
Constitutions of the separate States. She will
demand that slavery shall not be abolished in
the District of Columbia, or wherever it now ‘
exists in the Union, and that the slave trade 1
between the States shall not be interfered with ‘
by Congress. She willdemand her equal rights i
in all the Territories of this Government. She 1
will stand by the position that slut-o property .
is entitled to the some protection with other
property therein, and that no discriminations
can be made by the territorial legislatures
against that property, so as to exclude it di
l rectly, or to impair the right of the owners to
if, or'by unfriendly legislation to render it
’ nameless. She will. demand that whenerer the l
people of a territory having sufficient popula
tion shall form a. State constitution, with or 1
without slavery in it, and ask of Congress ad- i
mission as a. State into the Union, she shall be
admitted, provided her constitution is republi- I
can in form. She will keep her present status
upon the slavery question, believing the laws,
the Constitution, and the courts nfiord her
adequate protection. She will stand immova- i
bly upon the Democratic platform adopted last. i
winter at Frankfort and upon the one adopted ‘
last Summer at Baltimore, upon which her
noble son has just been defeated. Entrenched
in this position behind the decisions of the
Supreme Court of the United States, her rally- .
‘ ing cry will be, her rights and her equality in
the Union. She will ask nothing she will not
looncede _to her sister States. She wants all
her rights unuer um'uonstilufion, waste will
neither give up nor compromise to. single one
of them. She will show her devotion to [-1115
Union .by standing steadfastly by these, the
only principlesfupon which it can be preserved.”
Will the Black Republican slanderers of the
objects of the South, will'those who have been
deceived and led [may by such slander, note
What Kentucky will stand by? Will they notice
that she here makes no demand—l, to re-open
the foreign African slave trade, as the Black
Republicans have represented in every Northern
village the South to be bent upon; ‘2, to so
force the free States to recognize slavery that
slave-holders may call their roll of the slaves on
Bunker Hill, ahout which these craters have
declaimed so largely: 3, to enact a Congres
sional slave code. which has been proclaimed
so long from the house tops; 4, to expand
slavery by Congressional action. Not one of
these things is demanded! Yet. these Black Re
publicans have made. the great- hody of the people
of the North believe that the South were pres
sing them all! in this way, by rank falsehood
——by ascribing to the South purposes which it
does not entertainmthey have poisoned public
opinion at the North, elected Abe Lincoln, and
inflicted incalculable mischief on the. country.
But to return to Gov. Magoflin. He thus
commences an elaborate cousidemfion of Lin
coln‘s election :
“ I agree with you, that the election of Mr.
Lincoln is no cause for secession or rebellion.
It is not so regarded by the people of the State.
It is true, he has been elected by a sectional
party, upon sectional ideas, with a reckless
sectional hostility to an institution the South
will not surrender. .The people in the slave
States, and a large majority of true men in the
free Sta-tea, no matter whether they were the
supporters of Mr. Breckinridge, Mr. Bell or
Mr. Douglas, took the ground that ifi he were
elected, and if he attempted to carry out. his
principles and purposes, it. would dissolve the
Union. Kentucky says after the election, in
my judgment, what all parties here declared
before, and that is, she will not submit to the
carrying out of his principles. The fathers of
the Republic, with General Washington at the
head, have warned us against the formation
and success of a sectional party as the_ouly
danger to the liberties of the people or to the
safety of the Confederacy. The Republicans
have paid no attention to these warnings, but
blindly, madly; with ontregord to consequences;
they have declared this Government could not
exist as part free and part slave, but must be
all free. It matters little whet-her We have to
give up our slave property, 0‘: whether 0“"
children will be compelled to do 1L lhey have
made their threats that they Needed 1-0 de
prive us of it sooner 01' later, and 111 the free
States, as far as they 431'? 91' had the POW“.
they have put their threats into execution.—
They have passed laws in thirteen of the free
States, I believe, which prolubit the execution
of the fugitive slave law, and have set at nought
the Constitution of the United States.”
After a further citation of facts as to the
nullificution of the Constitution in the free
States, Gov. Magofiln goes on as follows about
Kentucky’s wrongs and the election of Lincoln:
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f‘Kentucky has over $170,000,000 in slave
property. She is losing at. the rate of over
s2oo,ooo_per annum of that property. When
I stated, in my annual message to the Legisla
ture, the loss was $lOO,OOO, fewhelieved it. I
have {eliable information it is double. that sum,
and Wlll soon be again doubled, if- not in somo
Wajy arrested. That property, more than one
time! of all we possess, gunmntiad to us by the
Constitution of the United States and our laws.
worked for, acquired, and left us by our fathers
—-that property we are working for, and wish
to leave to our childrenhwill soon be rendered
valueless, and Kentucky become afree Stato, if
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these principles and purposes he carried out.
Yet, with all these grievances, while no slave
State has nullified a law of Congress, 01‘ refused
a right to a free State under the Constitution
—-With all this loss of property by Kentucky——
with the further fact staring us in the face that
the State of Ohio has violated a great constitu
tional right of the State of Kentucky, in refu
sing to deliver “P upon my demand a fugitive
from our State who has been indicted for steal
ing our slaves—with all these facts and outm
ges, hard to be borne, I would say that the mere
election of Lincoln is not sufficient cause for
secession or rebellion. He is elected under the
forms and according to the Constitution of the
United States. We would say to our sister
States of the South, we have more cause of
grievance than all of the cotton States put (0.-
gether, occupying as we do, over seven hundred
miles of border line. Look at our exposed
position—the constant tampering with our ne
groes by the Abolitionists—the immense annual.
loss we sustain—the direct infringement of our
rights in refusing to execute the Fugitive Slave
Law, and in the robbery of our property—in
the danger to the lives of the owners when they
go to the free States to re-cnpture their slaves
——in the insults, and tennis and injuries to the
Federal ofiicers who attempt to do their sworn.
duty in executing the Fugitive Slov'e Law, as
in the recent mob in Ohio, and in the case of
Booth, of Wisconsin—in the wholesale stehling
every day going on of our negroes, and the re—
fusal of the people and Governors to deliver up
either the property or the thieves ; all this, and
much more we ocmplain of. and don’t intend
to submit to; but we cannot justify you in
breaking up the Government and going out of
the Union on account of the election of a man
upon a bad platform, and the worst political.
principles and purposes. -
“ We say to you and to the Republican -«we
stand here as pacifieators, as arbitrators. we
entrant you of the South not to take this rash
step, and to you of the INorth we say calmly,
hut- fearlessly and firmly, without threats, you
must not encroach upon our constitutional
rights as expounded by the highest and purest
tribunal in the land. You must stay your arm
of fanaticism, of'-passion, of'vengeance, of Vic--
lence. and of power, for we are resolved to re-
SiSl unto death any violation of our rights un
der the Constitution. We will resist aggres
sions, we will defend the Union under the flag
of our fathers, following in their footsteps. and
encouraged by their example, no matter what
the odds may be against us. Mr. Lincoln has
been elected accessing to all the fox-ms of law
under that Constitution which we hevere and
regard as the depository of' our rights and ‘ the
shield of our safety ; and notwithstanding his
threats, and the danger of carrying out his
principles, he may not do it. We must wait for
an overt not, hoping that truth and reason and
justice, embodied in a olem- and impartial (le
lineation of our’rights under the Constitution,
as expounded by the Supreme Court of the
United States, will yet prevent it.”
That‘s a plain story of wrong and aggression.
of the North upon the South. h’o sane person,
we presume, will deny that it is a. duty of the
General Government to care for and protect. the
rights of such citizens as, under local laws, own
property in the labor of slaves. llns it. not:
been so Since xxx—idmzton’g any ‘: \Vns nub Zu—
(iemnification for this property Pl‘OX'lllL-tl-fsr Lu
the Treaty of Ghent ? Did not President. John
Q. Adams, in his messages; repeatedly call ab
tentiou to the non-fulfilment of this treaty, and
actually obtain millions of dollars of Great:
Britain for slaveboldcrs ‘3 Here we are acid
that. Northern citizens thieve on this property,
in one State alone, to the amount. of two hum
dred thousand dollars annually 3 W but. has the
North to say to this“? Suppose raids should be
made on property in Massachusetts, to this
amount, or a tithe of it annually, what would
its people do i It willnotsnswer to say to Ken~
tucky, what. you complain of is not really loss
of properly; for Massachusetts, in accepting
the Federal Constitution, agrees that labor in
slaves is property, and as such its owner is as
much entitled to protection as the owner of a
ship or a factory.
A State thus wronged has, at least, a right to
plead With South Carolina to-stnnd by a. com
mon country ; no State has a. larger right to do
this than Kentucky ; and we hold up to the ad
mirotion of every patriot the way in which
Governor Mugoflin does this. ‘- Here is a. noble
appeal if there ever was one:
“To South Carolina, and such other States
who may wish to secede from the Union, I
would say, the geography of this country will
not. admit of n division—the mouth and sources
of the Mississippi river cannot be separated
without the horrors of civil war—we cannot
sustain you in this movement merely on ac
count of the election of Lincoln. Do not pre»
cipitate us by premature act-ion into a revolu
tion of civil war, the consequences of which will
be the. most frightful to all of us. It may yet
be avoided. There is still hope, faint though
it be. Kentucky is a border Statc,.and has
suffered more thou all of you. She claims that,
i standing upon the some sound platform, you
will sympathize with her, and stand by her,
and not. desert her in her exposed, perilous,
border position. She has a. right to claim that
her voice, and the voice of reason and modem"
tion and patriotism, shall be heard and heeded
by you. If you secede, your Representatives
will go out of Congress, and leave us at the
mercy of :1 Block Republican Government. Mr.
‘ Lincoln will have no check. He can appoint
his Cabinet and have it confirmed. The Con
gress will then be Republican,-and he will be
able to pass such laws as he may suggest. The
Supreme Court will be powerless to protect.
Wc implore you to stand by us and by our
friends in the free States, and let us all, the
bold, and true, and just men in the free and
slave States, with a. united front stand by each
other, by our principles, by our rights, our
equality, our honor, and by the Union under
the Constitution. I believe this is the only
Way to save it, and we can do it. . .
“As it is, a. majority of the people are against.
Mr. Lincoln, although he has been electedT
The majority in Congress is against km and 1113
principles. He is now in their-power, and they
. would fully represent a_ mogorlty of the people
of the United States, is they would cxercise
that power in such a manner as toobtain asau»
‘ rances and guarantees that our rights under the
Constitution should be respected and preserved.
This is what. you want, and what. we want. In
this way we may accomplish it, the Union may
be preserv'ed, and we may go on to prosper in
the future as we have done in the past. By.
acceding, by leaving the halls of Congress: by
deserting your post. and us now, the Government
will be broken up, civil war may follow, and
God only knows what will be the end. _lt may
yet be averted in some way by 11°" “km! “113
premature step, and we appeal t 0 3'o“ by 9111511950
considerations, by all the sacred memories
which brought. the Government into existence.
and all the ties which should be preserved and
strengthened as one people—by the battle-fields
of the Revolution—by the;achlevomonts and