Daily patriot and union. (Harrisburg, Pa.) 1858-1868, January 19, 1861, Image 1

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    RATE'S OF ADVERTISING.
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Tour 31204,er leas constitute hell a Ognisris. Ten Uwee
er more then fbur, constitute a square.
1.26
sofoq.,oneday.:. —. $0.25 One 1
eq., 0neday.......-so.Be
/, one Wei5k....... 1.00 1 one week.—.
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one Month... 2.00 " one month.. 3.00
, 1 Shies in 3.00 16 threementies. 6.00
, i Sliming/e1..% 4:00 " mizmonths.... 8.00
/I one ye5r......... 6.00 .i , one yditt...:-.. 10.00
iv - Seminole neticesinserted in the LOCAL ooLuxn, oe
leas marrisgoe end deaths, stew ewers PK* Loris for each
wer tioe ro merehantssad others adrettisingisy, Upper
hbereita. is will be attend.
cr rt,e enntherof insertions must be desittsact.ederstho
directisemeet. • •
il:r idarriegee and Daggs will be inserted:wt. the ea=
aims as regular edvertisientents. . , .
-Gooks, Otationtq l 6t/t.
SOIIOOL BOOKS:—School Directorh
Teachers parents, Scholars*, and others, in want of
s c hool Woks, School Stationery, ko. will Sod a complete
sagortmeat at Harrisburg & SON'S BOOK SPORN,
Motet Square, comprising in. part the follow-,
ing-7
READERS.—McGuSars, Parker% Cobb's, Angell's
SPELLING BOOKS.--ReGuffey's, Cobb'., Webater%
Tount% Byerly'S. Combryl.
IINGLISH GRAMWA43.—Bullion s e, Smith% Wood
's,
bridge's, ateataith,a t Tuthill% Hart's, Welk'.
gISTORLES---Gnmnhaw% Davenport's, Frost% Wit.
minsg, Willard% Goodrich's, Pinnock's, Goldsmith's and
Warr*
ARlTillattolB.---4nansleirs, Eteddardla, Imarsolllll
Pile% Ilose%Dolburn's, Smith and Duke's, Dayle'e.
ALGEBRAS.--Greenleof% Davie's, Day's, Ray's'
Sr/VOL
TACT .lON,ARTll.—Wallter's School, Cobb% Walker,
Won:eater's Cotnprehensive, Worceriar's Primary, Web
ster's Primary, Webster's High School, Wobsterht Quarto,
Academie.
NATURAL PHlLOSOPlll2B.—Comstork% Park Ar's,
Swift , * The above with a great variety of itlasid can a
ea y tins" be found at my store. Also, *complete *port:
west at School Stationery, embrading in the, whale a com
plete outfit for wheat purpoace. Amy 'book net in the store.
procured it one days notice.
Er Country Merchants supplied at wholesale rated.
ALBAN ACS.--John Baer and Son's Almanac tor sale al
B. N. POLLOCK & SON'S BOOK STORM, Harrisburg.
Kr Wholesale and Retail. inyl
UST RECEIVED
dT
SCHBF.FER'S• BOOKSTOIVE,
ADA- NA LN E SLJTE
oa v wow SIZES AND PENES,
Which, for booty awl nee, cannot be excelled.
REMBHBER THE PLACE,
SCHEPPER'S BOOKSTORE,
NO. 18 MENET STREET. mart
B 001K . AUCTION.
, BYN. F. FREN CH
Will amply his old friends and customers with the
following jlookset-Luctioaprices :
paelSat liotiluml, -10 vols., complete, .4 ilbustrations
Jeileak-E140414011, S vols., complete, illustrated and
$l2.
: lime i's Nupedition, 2 vols., complete „Allastilited ,
illsunlinsted $lO.
Obi:grass:oriel Globe, $1 60 per volume.
Waverly,Novels, complete, 12 vole., cloth, $lO.
41 a
CI 27 vols., half calf, $B4; &c.,
&c., &e.
All of the sbeve Reeks I will deliver •in Haribibriii
tripe of charge.' BEN: F: WRENCH,
278 Itennsylvania Avenue, Washington,-D. 0.
feb(Piti -
K'--W • 11.0-.0 131 , •
Zll9l T- Rl.O N-I-17 ..•
"UAL AND SAT," by the author of " WNe, Wide
Vorld,-1? - ",Dollars and Otani" &a.- "
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“HINTORY OF YEITHODISM,".by A.l3toyenCLIND.
For aalesa - • • - 80IINFZER9)-BOONSTORD;
sp9 = • _ N0..18 Naito
JII 8T- 114 .0 k.l VS -- D
A LARGE AND SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OP
RICHLY GILT AND ORNAAIERVAL
WI N D,O. YU AT RA . I'N 5..,
P A.P , E.R. B L 14 - Lo"gi,
Of VallouE Deakmo aglore. for R cents. _
TISSUE PAPER D CUT FLY PAPER,
At [my24l SC AND
BOOKSTORE
WALL PAPER 1 WALL PAPER 11
Just received, our Spring Stock of WALLPAPER ,
BORDERS, SIRE SCREENS, &c., &c.. Itis thelargest
and best selected assortment in the city, ranging in price
from six (6) cents up to one dollar and a quarter (6 .1 - 2 Er:)
As we purchase very low for cash, we are prepared , to .
sell at as low rates, if not lower, than can be had else
where. .If purchasers will call And OXIIMIthe we eel
confident that we can please. them in respect price
and quality. E. 11. POLLOC & SON,
ap3 Below 'Twice' MAO, Market Square.
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LETTEII/ CAP; BOTP.' PAIP-FAItS,
Pena, Holders , Envelopes, Sealing Wax, of
the best quality, el: low Prices,'direct 'fn= the mann
flatoriaiscat ' , - .
marao SCHEPPEWS CHEAP BOOKSTORE
TAW BOOKS" LAW . BOOKS 11-= . -A
.0 general assortment of LAW 'BOOKS, all the' State .
Reports and. Standard VeiLentary Works, with many of
the old English Her/0k Rare and ; rare, together with
a large assortment - of second-band Law Books, at TvrY
low prices, at the one price Bookstore 'of
E. M. POLLOCK & BON,
Market &pare, Harrisburg.-
I=l
Aiticellantons.
AN ARRIVAL OF
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• N - E-W - , IVO S
APPROPRIATE TO. THE BEASON!
13/LIE LINEN . -t' PAPER
FANS! FANS!! FANS!!!
ANOTHER AND SPLENDID LOT Or,
SPLICED FLASHING - ROD S
Trent Flies, Gut and Hair Snoods, Gram Lines, Silk
and Hair Plaited Lines, and a general assortment of
FISHING TACKLE!
A GREAT 'VARIETY OF
WALKI-NG CANEBI
Which we will sell as cheap as the cheapest!
Silver Head Loaded Sword Hickory Fancy
Games! Canes! Canes! Canes! Canes!
KELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY STORE,
NO. 91 NARIST STREW,
Smith side, one door east of Fourth street je9.
To n J. HARRIS,
JJa
WORKER IN TIN,
SHEET IRON, AND
METALLIC ROOFING ,
Smola Street, below Chistnut,
HARRISBURG, PA.
ie prepared to fill orders for any article in his branch of
mini' cies and-if not on hand, he will mute to order on
short notice.
3CET.A.LI,IO. .490 017NG, of Tin or Halmsnised iron,
constantly on hand,
Also, Tin and Sheet-Tron'Ware,
He-liopes,h,y strict attention. to. the. Weep. of hie e.wtor•
mere, to merit and rewire a iieneroin shire of 'Oldie pit.
renege; .. .
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117 . • Every promise strictly fulfilled, -
B. J. RABE'S,
j a py-ay] . Second Street, below. Chestnut.
F 1 8 .11
- 2IACXEREL, (Nos. 1, 2 and 3.)
SALMON, (very superior.)
MAD, (Mesa and yery Dna.)
_____ RERB.ING, (extra large.)
COD nut
SMOKED HERRING, (extra Digby.)
SCOTCH HERRING. '
, SARDINES Amp ANO.M.OVIES.
Of the above me have Mackerel in whole, half, quarter
amt./eighth bbli. Herring in whole and halt bble: •
The entire lot new—DIRROT PROM TIM. iteggittas, aryd
williseltHierci at the lowest market ratee.'
sepl4, • . . • WM. DOCKi.Ts:i &CO:
BIBLES, 'from 1$ to' $lO,
streptaßOlP4dome,_ . /X printed Op'goo4 pikpor,
with eleganfelieu nel
.!'figni la t t
'" " i 8 Cheap Boolottlre.
inehal 80
PRANI3ERBIES I !—A SPLENDID LOT
w Nat xsceivekby- • •
retlo
VOR a simetior .and cheap .TAM AE or
SALAD OIL go to
, lIELLKIII 'DRUG STORE.
THE Friit Growers'" Hiniibb*-4y
WARlRG—vholessle and retail at
.' • somUllial Bookstore..
_SPERM CANDLES.-A, 1 4 . 11 3 0 = r a PP I Y
tt received by
WM. DOCK. . .
Iffi
V ELLER'S DaUG - STORE k*
11 to And the boatasioirtment of rode Mossaisi.
weight warranted.
CONSUMERS GIVE ME A CALL FOR YOUR
'WINTER SUPPLY. .
F IS H 1,1 1
WM. DOCKS Ja., & Co:
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VOL. 3.
(foal.
TO THE PUBLIC!
JOHN TILL'S
COAL YARD,
SOUTH SECOND STREET,'"
BELOW PRATT'S ROLLING MILL,
HARRISBUR4, PA.,
Where he has constantly on hand
LYKENS VALLEY BROKEN, EGG, STOVE AND
NUT COAL
slaw,
WILKESBARRE STEAMBOAT, BROKEN, STOVE
AND NUT COAL,
ALL OF THE BEET QUALITY.
It will •be .delivered to constimerti clew; sad hill
Orders left et my houge, in Walnut street, near
Fifth; or it Brubaker's, Morth street; J. SPOOL*
Market Squire; Wm. Bostick* corner of. Second end
South streets, and John Lingle's, Second and Mulberry
streets, will receive prompt attention.
j1134113m
COAL! . CCI
iAL!!
ONLY YARD IN TOWN THAT DELIVERS
it?
PATENT WEIGH - CARTS!
No w IS TEE TIME
For every family to get in their Supply of - Coal for
_the
winter—weighed at their door by the Parent Weigh.
Carts. The accuracy of !hese Carisiso . oite disirate.4, and
they never get out of order, as tiff;egnently the cane of
the Plitform SealeS., besides, the consumer has the
Hatiefaotion of proving the weight of his Goal at hie
own house
I have a large supply of Coal On hand, c.onalaVng of
8, M40.'8 LYKENB VALLEY COAL all aim,
LYKENB VALLEY if it
WILKESLUME
BITUMINOUS BROAD TOP do.
Al! Coal of thebest quality mined, , and delivered free
from all impurities, at the lowest rates, ,by then boat fllt
car load, single, half or third of tone, and by the brushel.
JAMBS M. ,WRXELER.
Harrieburg, September. SI, 1860.--sep26 ' ' '
P TOWN!
PATENr WEIGH.CAR ,r,
• For the convenience of my thinneriniejap town Custom=
Ora, I bees established connection with my old yard.;
a Branch Coal I . o4ll.optisiteßorth street,iin kilns with!
the PennsAvent a mina ;Ake forma? open-.
pled by , M.r. R. Ilitrria, , w ere. othinmers 'of.Oda in Thai
Vmathty, and;Fetbekstairn On ready.. their Coil-by the
;,. P ZNTi3V - MiOM .0A R
i...
wbur.EitTßA eIf.,CRER „
„
And-it sty quatititylher may AOdire,•6ll low as can be
wells/ad tottjushers. • . '
FITS THOUSAND ; TONS ..COAL ON; HAND,
Of' LIKENS VALLEY 'and WILICESBARRE, all SiZeg.
Willing to `maintain fair prices,: but unwilling
to be undersold by any partses.
BIC - P.1.11. Coal forked np and delivered clean and free
froth allimpurities 'and the best'article mined.
n 4 M I B & c al
coal sold by Boat, car load, single, half or third of
tons, and by the bushel.
JAMES M. WHEELER.
Harrisburg, October 13, 180D.--octl3
L .-
YKENS VALLEY NUT COAL
_LA For Sale AT TWO DOLLARS PER TON. •
Ail Coal doliveredby PATENT WEIGH CARTS
JAMES M. WHEELER
117* PoOdeliverealrom both yards noM
Atebical.
• •
II HELMWX 4 P' S
111 ELMBOL EPS HIELMBOX , D'S
H ELMBOL IPS RELMISOLDS
.
H ELMBOLDPS nIgIALBOLD'S
HELM BOIAPS EL MllOl,lrS
HELMBOLIPS HELM
:HELMISOLDPS :
• • Extract._Bnohn, Entreat *Wino
Extravt.Brichn, Extract Beak,
Extrait Bucks; ' - Extrait'litiekta,
Extract Iltufinti Extract - Bucbui •
Eitifot Enchn, Extrect Itachx,.
Extract Bacint, Extract Bach% .
Extract Barba, Extract &actin,
FOR SECRET AND DELICATE DISORDERS.
• FOR SECRET. AND DELICATE DISORDERS.
FOIL SEG' nsr AND DELICATE. .DISOIMERS.
FOR SECRET AND DELICATE DISORDERS.
• FOR-SECRET AND - ?DRLICATE DISORDERS.
FOR SECRET AND DELICATE !DISORDERS.
FOR SECRET AND DELICATE. DISORDERS.
A Poaltive- and Specific RETilidy.
A Positive:and Bpedind Remed,*.-
A Positive; and Specific Iliatedy•
A Poeitive and Specific Remedy.
A Positive and SpPcific Remedy.
A Positive. and Specific Remedy.
A Positive and Specific Remedy.
FOR DISHIABES OF THE
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, • D.ROP S Y
BLADDER; GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY ,
BLADDER, GRAVEL, KIDNEYS, DROPSY,
ORGANIC/ WEAKNESS,
ORGANIC WittIININS,
ORGANIC WEAHN'NES,
ORGANIC WRANNESS,
011.GA.Ni 0 WEAXNESS,
ORGANIC W SAIINEGS,
And all Diseases of Stilial.Grgant,
And all Diseases of Sexual Drgansi
And all Diseases of Sexual Organs,'
And all Diseases of Sexual Organs,
And kil Diseaser of Sexual Organs, •
And all Diseases of Sexual Organs,
ARISING PROM
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudencies in Life.
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudencies in Life.
!Excesses, Exposure., and Imprudencies in Life:-
Excesses, Exposures, and Imprudencies in Life.
Fxceeses, Exposures, and Impradeocies •in ! Life.
Excesses, Expostireic_ and ImPrideticieil 'in Life.
From whatever cause originating, and whether existing in
MALE, OR. FEMALE •
• Females, take no more Pills ! They are:of no avail for
!Complaints incident to the sex: Use ''
EXTRACT BIIOIITh ;. •
Helmbeld% Extract Picchu is a Medicine whiCh :in• per
featlynt inis
TASTE ODOR;
But immediate in its action, giving .Health and Vigor to
the Frame, Bloom to the Pallid Cheek, and restoring the
patient to a perfect state of
HEALTH AND PURITY.
lictinbohnt Extract Euclid is praparad wording to
Pharmacy all preiscribad' aiyl,2aaeal by
:THE MOST EIeiVHNT ^ PHYSICIANS,
Delay no lunge{.. Procure the remedy at once.
Price $1 per ecittie„oraix for
Dad" PH &pith Tent 4 meet, Philadelphia.
DEWARE OF -lINPEINUIPLIiD DEALERS
__
Trying to palm off their own Cr other artieleasof BUOUII
on the reputation attained by _ " ' •
- .1121AMROLD 1 8 BITE:A.OT BllofitT,
The °Mind and only tianninc. I '
' We desire to run mythe .
MERIP OP 0 Tilt ARt/DV.E.i
Males Is ;worthless —ia sold same& iesgrateS and coin
eniesions,
,consequentlY paying s much better profit.
'..WB DEFY DOMPETITION I .
• Asir for • . •
HELEIBOLVE EXTRALLT
Takesto other. , • r • . .
Bold by JOHN WYNNE, Druggist, cforrier.oiliFket, and
Second streets; Harrisburg, • - -
AND ALL DRUGGISTS EVERYWHI'SR:
nold ditirekti. . •.• ; . •
%TRACTSI_iEX.TTSACTSI,I
WOODSWORTUI
SUPERIOR FLATORING EXTRACTS
-BITTER ALMOND, - •
NEOTABINS, ' •
PINE APPLB,H t :
EITBA.W BO B IBT I.
LiMij u it
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Ind received and for isle by •
'ie9Y WK. ma; &CO.
11A.RIUSBURG, PA., SATURDAY, JANUARY 19,-1861.
CITY LIVERY STABLES ,
a tt . BLACKBERRY ALLEY, 214
INTHE REAR OF HERR'S HOTEL.
The undersigned "has re-commenced the L IV F. R Y
BUSINESS in. hie: NEW AND SPACIOUS STABLE'S,
located as above, with a large and varied stock of
HORSES, CARRIAGES AND OMNIBUSES,
Which he will hire•at moderate rates.
oct.lB-dly P. K. SWARTZ.
P‘ It - A Zf 4 A. DI U A, X
SUceessor So Wm. Parkhill • •
ieri r reßT A. EXCHANGE STABLE
TRIAD STREET BELOW MARKET.
: • ,
P :(15 7 v ri s ij '
HAVlFFEipurchased the interest 0,7.4. Adinifi a the
sstablishment, and made large additions to the stock, the
andemignedis prepared .to accommodate the , public with
SUPBRIOR HORSES re Saddle or Carriage purposes, and
with wieryeariety of VEHICLES of the latest and most
approved styles, on reasonable terms.
MANURE PARTIES will be accommodated w ith Om
abuses, Et short notice. .
Oarriagee and Omnibuses, for funeral [deadens, will be
furnished, accompanied by email. and obli g ingArivere.
Re invites lan inspection of, his stock, satisfied hat it is
fcdir eqiial that onus) , other etit.bilstment of the kind
in town. FUER A. hicriutax
BA -A- N
-CH STAISLE
The asidei -AMRitVi apoism4 s. bPaN6li et
Exchange Stable" in*, lelidings lately occupied by, A.
W. Barr, in Fourth street, opposite the Bethel ~where he
is prePareA to .accommodate the' public'with Borges and
irehioleapat all time r on reasonable termS. Hit dock is
largo and.velec i , and will recommend itself.
.nib-aff ' - FRANK A. DITYPRIAT.
JOHN TILL
if ~
OR. RENT--Enom.firiE - NEST , DAr oP
:Aiall.mixT--ACommodionaiTwo-StoxyDWILLINGr
OUSE,- (In Second street, below• Pined with wide Hell,.
large : Back - Building, Marble Mantels in Psilore Etas In
six rooma,.all tha rooms just Tapered , and painted. The
second,story divided into ifeirea. rooms. one of -which is
a BMW.' ' Thi4 in connection with the fact that" the house
haajnet been placed 3d the moat thorough'retrair,'niakes
it one of the most desirable houses in.the city.. Inquire
*Of, . - • . B.lif..pOLLOOlc,
Market Square, Harrisburg.
• Also, eeveial SHALL HOUSES for rent, • deib-dtf
do
do.
, A,L.E- 7 .A. Light :axing. One
narie.Vecifor.. Apply . at Patterson's Store, Broad
street, West Harrisburg. ' ; 9eBl-dtf
N OTICE TO SPECULATORS - t •
VALUABLE BUILDING LUTE FOR !
A r liUmbpr of large size BUILDING , LOTS, adjoining
the Bound Ronne intd , Work Shops of the Pennsylvania.
Railroad Pompany, wilLbe sold low and lon reasonable .
terms • App i ly.to- au.2o-dam . , JOHN W. HALL.
A E 'NOTICE!
T
That we hive teeehtly added to our already full stock
OF SEGARS
LA NORMATIS, -
HARI KART '
.1 1 L MONO, ; . 1
LA BANANA.
FOE TY/ trANDirmanitsF :
TIIEHISII ESSENCE, •
• • ODOR OF MUSH,
. •LUBINT. ESSENCE BOUQUET.
Fin THE Hers:
LUSTRALF, -
CRYSTALIZED POMATIIM,
MYRTLE, AND VIOLET' POMATIIM.
FOE THE COMPLESiON:
TALC OF VENICE,
ROSE LEAP POWDER,
NEW MOWN RAY POWDER,
BLANC DE PERLES.
OF SOAPS
•
BASIN'S FINEST
Moss FAME,
BENZOIN,
• UrkElt TEN,
VIOLET,
NEW MOWN KAY,
JOCKEY CLUB.
Having the largest :dock and beet assortment of Toilet
Articles, we fancy that we Are better able than our coin•
petitors to get complete Toilet Set at any price de
sired. Call mid see.
Always oramid.; it FRESH St o ck of DRUGS, MEDI
CINES, . CHEMICALS ,Ac .consequent of our re
ceiving almost: Milli: additions thereto.
KELLER'S DRUG AND FANCY STORE,
91 Market Street, two doors East of Fourth Street,
sopa South side.,.
J UST E El VE !
. A FULL - ASSORTMENT 'OP
HUMPHREY'S HOMEOPATHIC SPECIFICS
To warm wz INPITE Ting •
ATTENTION 'ON THE AFFLICTED!
For sale at
SOILEPPERI3 BOOKSTORE,
ap9 ' No. 18 Market et.
WE OF.F - ER TO
TT
CUSTO,WERS
A New Lot of
LADIES' PURSES,
Of Beautiful Styles, substantially made
A Splendid A.ssortmentof '
GENTLEMEN'S WALLETS.
A New and. Elegant Perfume,
KNIGHTS TEMPLARS' BOQUET,
Put up in Cut Glass Engraved Bottles.
A Oompleil Assortment of
HANDKERDHIEN PERFUMES,
Of the best Manufacture:
FM
R E ,
JOHN
.W..GLOV4It,
MERCHANT TAILOR,
Has removed to • '
60 MARKET STREET,
Where he will be 'Pleased to Flee all hisi friend .
oetB-dtf
•
GUN AND BLASTING POWDER.
JAMES M. WHEELER',
RARRISBURG, PA..,
AGENT FOR ALL
POWDE,R. - .A.NA).TUSE
mANIIRAUTIIIBED ,BY
I. E. DUPONTIOE NEMOURS &
WILMINGTON; DELAWARE;
fl A large supply always on handl . For awe Maims
facturees prima. Magazine two miles below.town.
4/
115'niers received at Wiroilionee. ' nol7
D , OTTVILL - E. GLASS WORK S, . .
. . . . .
PHILADELPHIA
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DMfXj, ( oX__Prtb,
WINE, PORTER , ittNEßit NFAIL . m4 ; - fIur4LE,A"ND
cur EVERY ;osB?firrioli ' •- • ..
• - • G. .
0c19417, •27 OottlifOntlitget;
SCQTP H
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11,15KY. , --One Puncheon
of PP R!. scow/. winpror- Just received and for
1161;211" JOHN AphiaLEß,
. 73 Miutet street.
, • •
E MPTY WTI'. Ixt St/1 Ir-r Of .all •aizes
- and desoriptlons, for We tow by , •
/lea WM. DOOM, Ja g & 09.
Zitables.
lot.s4lts •St:itti,:'libit.
Mai Uncoils.
A very Efandeome Variety of
POWDER PUPS" BOXES.
KELLER'S DRUG STORE,
91 Market street.
Vatriot & Won.
SATURDAY MORNING, YAN. 19, 1861
THE NATIONAL 'CRISIS.
VERDICT OF THE WORKINGMEN OF NEW YORK—
ANTI-COERCION, &c.
An enthuStaetiC demonstration of the work
ingmen of New York city against coercing the
Southern States was held in that city on Tues
day night. The attendance was very large,
and the sentiments expressed arkresolations
passed were,of the most:decided character, and
show decidedly that the ,workingmen of the
great comnt,ercial.faetrapolisf Imola bus ,00t
oeption of-the value of the 'South- a§ titsualo
'lOkket - rnanufaotures.—=-
Sotith of that point it is to `be hoped a like es
fisiate, at leaat, Will be manifested of the value
of the Southern market. AS a proof of the
soundness of the views, held, by the New York
workingmen, we annex their resolutions, as
follows:
Resolved, That we regard the present move
ment of several of the Southern States in re
suming the powers they delegated to - the gen- .
oral: government as an effort (9 preserve our
Constitution, from being overthrown by Abra
ham Linceln, - as his party platform requires
end demands him to do. ,
Resolved, That we are for the Union—the
Unioo of our fathers ; for, the Constitution--
the glorious charter of our liberties—as ex
pounded by the recdgnized authority, upon the
basis of equal justice, liberty and immunities
to allthe citizens of all the States..
Resolved, That; believing that the people of
the Southern States are, and have ever been,
content to remain in this Unien under the Con
stitution as originally designed, we deeply
sympathize with them, in their unwilling re
sistance town incoming.adininistration, which,
by a perierted 'and. unauthorized. construction
Of the Constitution, tends to dCstroy their
peace, welfare and happiness.'
Resolved, That we are firmly and unalterably
opposed to 814 and every attempt-on the part,
of the government or the people:of the North
to coerce the .Southern States, or any ode of
them; intoZsubtnias on to the will of the majo- I
rity 'of the North,' when that win' his teen au
thoritatively declared hy-the Supreme Court
to be-in oppositibil to the true construction of
the Constitution. of the United States.
Resolved, That we will, by all proper and
legitimate Mean's,
,oppose, discountenance and
prevent the Republican party from making any
aggressive attempt, under the plea of " enfor
cing the lawd":and "preseicing the Union."
upon the rigida of the Sonthern States, belle
ring as we do that any'such attempt can only
result in a protracted-and destructive civil war
to attain an end which that party can readily
and'peacably accomplish by abandening their
hostility to the South, and declaring their wil
lingness to abide by the Constitution, as inter
preted by the'Supreme Court, and accepted by
all conservative men of the country.
Resolved, That we r_e_gird . the Republican
"has wriggled itself into power under the aus
pices of morality," as embodying the policy
that Great Britain has pursued for a quarter of
a century.in endeavoring to equalize the races
on this -continent--to reduce white men. to a
ferbidden level with negroes, and thus over
throw not only the Union, Out destroy the glo
rious free institutions,
which„ seventy-six years
ago, our fathers extorted from an unwilling
despot;- and, if any '
additional evidence be
needed to show the alliance of the so-called
Republican party-with the monarchists of Great
Britain to dissolve this Union, regardless of its
fearful consequence's, it can be found in the fact,
that its recegnized leaders in Congress have'
deliberately rejected Senator Crittenden's com
promise, although:it is well known that it does
not grant. the South her full, just and equal
rights under the Constitution.,
Resolved, That we demand that• our repre
sentatives .and- servants, .(and- not our rulers,
as some ignorantly ;stile , them,) both in our
National and State Legislatures, 'shall at once•
initiate movements for • a peaceable solution
of our difficulties, so that civil war may be
avoided, and the wheels of business may again
begin to move, and remunerating labor return
to thousands now out of employment, and suf
fering from the stubborn refusal of the Repub
lican party to grant the South her just rights
under the Constitution.
Resolved, That southern slaveholders, as truly
said by Thomas Jefferson, are "the natural
allies of northern.laborers ;" that, the votes of
southern elaveholdere in Congress have repeat
edly. saved :them from oppression; that the
vetoes of the slaveholder. Jackson preserved
the northern &asses from, a. moneyed oligarchy
which threatened to reduce them to that sla
very to capital Which tends to make "the rich
richer, and the poor poorer;" and we regard
the Republican party, under the guise of free
dom for the negro, as aiming at essentially the
same objects, and animated by the same spirit
of hostility to the people.
Resolved,. That we, the workingmen of New
York, hereby pledge ourselves to oppose the
British anti-slavery party in every legitimate
way; that we feel with sorrow that Great Britain
has conquered the North with the pen, having
abolitionized the - press and the pulpit, and
while the heel of her oppression is upon white
men in Ireland; England 'find Scotland, she
tries to divert attention from her sins at home
by false philanthropy for negroes in, America;
and believing our . Southern brethern now
engaged in the holy cause of American liberty,
and trying to roll back this avalanche of Brit
ishism, we extend to them our heartfelt sympa
thy, and when• they shall need it to resist unjust
oppression, we believe we shall not be found
wanting in more effectual support. •
- Resolved, _That the State Legislature be re
spectfully requested to convene the people of
this State in convention, for the purpose of
securing 'an expression of public sentiment
upon the now and startling issues which a few
weeks have so rapidly evolved, and the Chair
is directed to appoint a committee of five gen
tlemen to present these resolutions and this re
quest to the Legislature.
LETTER FROM EX-PRESIDENT TYLER.
The Ron. John Tyler, ex-President of the
United States, is Out in a letter in regard to the
impending crisis. Ile reviews at length the
aggressions of the North, opposes the doetrine
of coercion,' declaree that the destiny of Virgi a.
_
nia is with . the Spoilt, and suggests, that she .
(Virginia) should inaugurate a meeting. of the'
border stave Stales, with New Jersey; Penn.
Qhiq, Indiana, Illinois and lowa,
free States, each to be represented by two com-
Missioners, to' agree upon some plan of adjust
ment to•be submitted "to the other States. if
their cannot' agiee, then, says Mr. Tyler, it ,
may ; safely. be concluded :that the restoration
of peace andloonoord has beoomo impossible.
He adds, however
All other efforts laving failed, then I would
advise. as a dernier measure, a convention of
all the Southern States, and after incorporating
upon the present Constitution gust antees going
not one iota beyond what strict justice and the
security of the South reqnire, adopt the Con
stitution of the 'United States ' as it now is, and
give a broad invitation to the other States to
enter our Union with the old flag flying over
one and all. When this is done, I would say,
in conclusion, to all my countrymen, rally
back in all speed to the Constitution, thus in ,
vigorated and strengthened; and , let this for
all time to come be written on every heart as a
motto that, under all circumstances, and in
every condition of things, there is but one post
of safety, and that is to Stand by'the Conatita-
Lion.
2.dASSA.CHUSETTB SENTIMESIT
pie:folloWirw letter from a prominent and
•
Most intelllen i t merchant of 13opton to his
aireVoriaent n7Arar t- timiii:e oily will be - read
with witli interest:
BOSTON, Jan., 12, 1861,
MY DEAR. SIR—I am - one of those who believe
that the ultraists. of the North are quite as
much, if not more; to blame as those of the
South. An appeal must no* be. made to the
People of the conservative States to hold on to
the Union until justice can be done to all par
ties. I..hope and trust that the noble and
patriotic State of_ Maryland will stand firm in
the
. UniQn and also firm in her determination to
demand of the North her equal rights. .
• Would to God that the people had sense
enough to see that the politicians, both North
wild South, am veri selfish, and MIS be put
aside if the country is to be saved. There is
no just reason why Mr. Crittenden's proposi
tiOn should not be at once accepted, and thus
one step taken to a peaceable settlement of all
our troubles.
If the border States. will be clam, and yet.
firm, think the North will untimately come
right. I have great hope thakin this State the
Personal - Liberty bill will be repeated, "notwith
standing the-opposition of the Governor. The
Union and Democratic portion have had every-
thing in this State to contend with, but are now
gaining strength every day, and will, yet come
into 'Myer.
There' 'are- eirils in the-Union, but they will
be greater out of it to every section. There
fore let up holds on And make every effort to
save it. Depend upon it that the party in New
Efigland,WhiCh is disPoie.d . to' give the. South .
all theirrights,...is much' larger than the late
election. would .seem_to justify,' and all that we
need is time and a conciliatory course on the part
of the Border States to firing all things right.
Very trtili, your friend; .
N. B.—DO you see the . Boston 'Courier? it
fights the battle-manfullyi:and its subscription
is increasing about sixty per ,day.
THE 6.EOREFIA CONVENTION.
In an article upon the grave and responeihle.
dutiet of the Gehigiti; State Cenventien. which
assembled on Wednesday at Milledgeville , . the •
Capital of that. Stte,. the Savannah Republican
of the I_4th instant earnestly exhorts the,Conven- •
tion to enter upon the performance of the trust
confided to them “without VaSsion, aid with" a
determination that the • glorious ' - motto of our
State'Wisdom, Justice and, Moderation,' shall
mark all their counsels and• characterize. all
Aliecisawlnd-utateAwakilm,
"We hope," continues the Republican,. "they
will act independently-and as Georgians. No
body has consulted our wishes or -waited for
our counsel—our State should then speak for
itself its own solemn, independent judgment;
under the high obligations resting upon her,
with a full sense of her superior position, and
'the controlling influence of her voice v, hen
heard among her sister States of the Union.
Let•hei"do what is right, regardless of what has
been done by others, and of the consequences
to follow. The former is due to herself—the
latter should be left to a-Higher Power."
'Three inopositions, it says, are likely to be,
submitted to the Convention': First--:-An im
mediate unconditional secession from the-Union
Second—"A candid and manly declaration of
I the intention •of Georgia to separate herself
from the Union on the 3d orAth of March next,
and an adjournment of -the Convention until
that day." Third-Before any action istaken
for a separation-the appointment of delegates
to a National Convention fora general;declara
tion of wrongs on our part, and a demand of
reparaion on • the part of the Northern States,
and in case of a refusal, that the Convention
shall immediately re-assemble and provide for
a separate existence."
. The Republican inclines to the opinion that
the second proposition will be. adopted, with
the sanction of Messrs. Toombs, Cobb, and
other leaders of the secession party. . In the
event of the immediate secession of . Georgia
being determined upon, the Republican ad
dresses an• earnest appeal to the Convention so
to arrange the terms of secession that it shall
be bloodless, adding :
"If possible let it be done in a way that
shall not destroy her commerce and break down
the fortunes of her people. The postal and
revenue systems under which we live are in
dispensable to commerce and the welfare of all
classes of our people. In Heaven's name, then,
let us not be guilty of the blind folly of sacri
ficing ourselves by . their - hasty abrogation be
fore we are ready to substitute new systems in
place•pf the old. On these points let us learn
wisdom from the experience of others."
THE coAsT DEFENCES OF SOUTH CAROLINA
It has already been mentioned that Gov.
Pickens had informed the South Carolina Le
gislature that in his plan for coast defences he
propOses the purchase of thiee steam propel
lers—small iron screw propellers being pre
ferred—of light draft, each provided with 32
seamen—one propeller to 'be ; stationed in
Citarlestou.harbor; one at Beaufort, and one at.
Georgetown. In connection with these he
proposes to throw up breastworks, or tempo
rary fortifiCatiOns, at most of the important
and exposed points on the coast, and near - the
mouths.of the principal rivers, placing in them
such pieces of ordnance as may be needed,•
according to the- width of the channel .to be
defended: He intends these steamers to keep
up a. rapid and constant communication • be
tween these points, and to give all the protec
tion they are able in case of sadden invasion
brlawle,ss bands; in small craft and skippers,
that may infest the coast. To carry out these
views he appointed, the day after he•oame into
office, col. Gwynn, an engineer of high repu
tation,, to the examination of the, proper places •
to be selected for the erection of the temporary
fortifications. He made the examination and.
rendered his report, designating the proper \
po i n ts. He had•since sent Col. Alston to earry
into effect what Col. Gwynn had reported . on,
so far as the coast towards Georgetown is con-.
cerned. Lieut. Col. Elliott had similar orders
towards Beaufort.
MR. LINCOLN OPPOSED TO OONOEaSION AND IN
FAVOR OF COERCION,
.
The NeW York Tribune of Wednesday, makes
the following apparently official editorial an
nouncement; It Will - be seen that Mr. Lincoln
not only oppCses any .00noession to the,South,
but threatens means , of coercion.:
.••
"The queudion having anew been raiscii, we
deem it proper to pay again what we have sp,i4
before, and we wish to be underitoOd as saying
PUBLISHED EVERY MORkING;
SUNDAYS IXCEPTID,
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or. Deux PAriloT AND UNION will be serwfal
scribers residing in the Borough for six oxlritiiiiiitAVXXX
payable_to. tho. Carrier. Mail eubscribers, irova-gea
LAXB MS ANNOY.
Tun WRICILY will be published as heretofore.
weekry during the session of the Legislature and owe.%
week the:remainder of the year, for two do llars in ad
vance, or three dollars at the expiration of the year.
Connected with this establishment le an extensive
1011 OFFICE, containing a 4 iftriety of plain and fancy
type; unequalled by any establishment in the thteilor of
the State, for Which the patronage of the ptablic is 50.::,.,
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NO. 118.
it authoritatively, that President Lincoln is
not in favor of making concessions to the slave
power, either pretended concessions
. or real
concessions, nor in favor of any measures look
ing to the humiliation of freedom and of the
free States, no matter in what pretences VW
may be disguised, nor bywhat seductions trey
may be commended. He believes, with Ate
great body of the independent freemen of the
country, Democrats, Bell men and Republican's;
that the first duly to be done is to ascertain t
whether we have a government or not, and
whether the - Union is a mere delusion of the
imagination, to be dissolied at the first tough
of actual hostility, or a great and vital power,
as competent to assert itself and defend itself
against domestic sedition as ageinst" foreign'
foes. We have reason to know that be per
ceives and feels clearly that this is the predomi
nant question of the time, towering above eyny,
VIRGINIA LEGISLATURRAVNEUVATIVE
TION-PASSAGE BY . THE HOUSE .0.8 IL.ESOilif-
TIONS ENDORSING THE CRITTENDEN C O MP O-
IMM
RICHMOND, Jan, 17.—The Senate committee
on federal relations to-day reported .a series of
resolutions setting forth that, ir(the opinion of
the General Assembly of Virginia, the propo
sitions embraced in Senator Crittenden's reso
lutions constitute such a basis of adjustments
as would be accepted by the people of, this,
commonwealth. That commissioners he ap-, 1
pointed to the General Government, and also
to South Carolina and other seceding Slates,
with instructions respectfully to request: the ,
President, and the authorities of Pugh Stateai
to agree to abstain, pending the prottaingi§
contemplated by the, action of the General As
sembly, from all acts calcutated to produce
a collision of arms between the States and the
General Government. .
The resolutions, were made the .order of the
day for to-morrow. Considerable opposition .
was, manifested and a substitute was offered:"
The Governor communicated the resolutioni
of the Legislature. of New York with a spatial
message, expressing the utmost disdain for the.
sentiments therein contained—closing ; he sap; ,
'The threat conveyed can inspire no terror with
freemen!' Tabled and ordered to be 'priidett
The liiiuse adopted' the resolutions reported
by the committee on federal relations' eoittent;•
plating the holding of .a National Convention
at Washington, on the 4th . of February, with an
amendment that the Commiesioneis appolhted
be subjedt, at all times, to the 'oontrol of-the
General Assembly, or if in sesion, to that: of
the State Convention. This embraces ati ap
proval of the Crittenden propositi9ns.
ILLINOIS DEMOORATIO STATE ` CONVENTION
IMPORTANT RESOLIITIQNB ON TFEEI , ORIS/13.
SPRINGFIELD, Jan. 1 6.—T he i?emocrat t ie State
Convention met.- aLthe,..Statellouse this mor
ning.
Ninety-three out of the hundred and two
counties were represented.
The proceedlngs of the-Convention werahar
monioas- - . : • •
The _resolutions were adopted by aalltinsit,
unanimous' vote, declaring that it is the prompt
ing
of patriotism and dictate of wisdo m to make
an earneet , effort to save the Union by concilia
tion and concession. ,
Therefore,we are willing to acieept . the amend.
mente to the Constitution' proposed,in the trni-
Itrdedrittbitrevesticr tHe itntadik *mann 040.
sitiatts, or any• other : witnrOy •harmony may
be restored between the people of the different
sections of the Country.
•We deny the constitutional right •of any
State to secede from- the Union, and we - are
equally opposed to nullification at the North
and secession at the South as violations of the
Constitution.
That in the opinion of this Convention, the
employment of a military force by the Federal
Government to coerce . into submission the se
ceding States, will inevitably plunge the coun
try in a civil war, and entirely extinguish all
hope for a settlement of the fearful issues now
pending before the country:
Therefore, we earnestly entreat the Federal.
Government and the seceding . States to
the arm of military power, and on no pre
text whatever to bring the nation to the'horrors
of a 'civil war, until the people can take such
aCtiOtt as the troubles demand.
We recognize and declare .it to be the duty
of the Federal Government, through the civil
authoritros within the jurisdiction of the Stites
to enforce all laws passed in pursuance:of , the
Constitution, but we distinctly deny that the
Federal Government has a Constitutional power
to call out the military to execute these lawit,
except in aid of the civil authorities.
We recommend the repeal of all the Personal
Liberty bills, and recommend a National Con..
vention to be held at Louisville, Kentlicky, on
the 12th of February, to take into consideration
the present perilous condition of the country,
and recommend such just concessions and such
amendments to the Constitution as will produce
harmony and fraternal feeling throughout the
Union, the said Convention to consist of one
delegate from each Congressional Distriot, and
two at large from each of the thirty-three
States..
We request that the Legislatures of the sev
eral States take steps for the holding of State
Conventions to carry out the aforesaid recom
mendations. •
REPORT PROM THE MILITARY COMMITTEE.
CHARLESTON, Jan. 17.—1 n the South Caro
lina Senate to-day, a report was made by the
military committee providing for the raising
of four companies of artillery, saying that the'
exigencies of the times demand that South
Carolina be placed on a war footing to meet ,
opposition from any quarter. That the State
should have a permanent military eatilisbnient
for garrison purposes in the State' fortifica
tions. i; •• : :
This establishment the committee repommend
to consist of a regiment of infantry and . a bat
tallion of artillery of four companies, which
will form a nucleus around' Which the '
teers and militia can rally. It besides
also be a peace establishment or furnish South I
Carolina's quota in the army of .the Southern
confederacy. . .
The Senate went into 'Secret - session to-day
on a proposition to laY . a submarine telegraph
line between. Charleston, Morris Island, Roes .
Moultrie and Johnson and Castle Pinckney. ,
The Baltimore Exchange of the 18th instant,
speaking of the rumor ,Itat . .there is a plot to
obstruct, by fo rc e , the inauguration of Linaoln„
. . • •
says : •
Aipongstwhich have
the rumors been m ug.
triously sPread during the present Ilesson of
excitement, there ie not one , winbh , ia Indenhi.•
ted to do more mischief, :or •lir.hielt is :more
thoroughly without, the, slightest, foundation,
than that which asserts that there is / or has
been, a plot in hitir:yland CO OPOtTOOL, by force *
the installation' of Mr. Lincoln into office. 'We
perceive that the New York• Tribune of yester4
day; in its editgial, column and in its W1 . ..5W'
pondence, repeats 4Lis canard. This _ inven tion
has, not received so emphatic a denial ti
serves, simply 'because its absurdity' had' lea:
everybody here to suppose it could gain - no ,
credit any Where. Since, howeier, it is iobri
ionsly, inAseil upon by presses and Wr,i_tera i wtkii
seem to think they are rendering good servic,
to their country by feeding an ezoitement
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