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DAY, 'OCTOBER 27, 1860
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BRAYSAIic -LnirOOLIV, 'Of Illinois.
7, 4 : ' Tine Vidr . .Pliv:SinEni , ,,
ILANIUM.I3.I ItiltitLlN, of
• ET.ECTUAS AT LA AGE.
Thins Pollock. ' 'Th'ontai 32. Ileum
'''''' ..'" 1 tliSittrii`Ei l .ECTOTlS.
gelit4fBtVl=kiliehl, - iFiltnets B. Peitninian,
S4u 196i ' ' 4 :I . ( re .f or s ; li e ?7.7/;;-
at ro u it, . liC 13ractil 'Shimp:
Natha n Jailies„, : - - -- i )Daniel 0.• Gehr, •
Jaseiniffir: Fiater j • E4m.: Cowan.
4,RiCA Rout, g
: FRAigm , A6ThiCennan,
anat 'W:pirii ,'t kitgin M. Ktrkßatrick,
Vatrittlituirtrat, 04. 1 .q.1ii - nitirlfieri, '
' 49 AtaVg art4 It' .: - .A . RifkaPtiP Roberts,
l' i k R. IWitt, - alp; It .3'quther,
if. is I ''''vt76ll4 . - Greer:
.kau - 49a. ;Al./flreWo , Stewart has
tegeotkected Csngress from Pennsyl
'ilkie M. qtvvartf will take his seat
leAte4ioneeljust forty years after his
appetrege,eAtt:that , -,b.ody in 182 L He
sery fr edeligkt l yeara. without a .break, but
lyas..nyfeAt gat .by the .Jackson. tide in
, l being out one term he
fight bbsvtay,klack, in s 18,30, and then
scr.vedlworterres being beaten again in
18g . In, 1842 ; he came• in again on the
Tr t a t r a fianci
,f 1,9,053, ,end served six years
,1,30,,Pet .he has' already served
atrA ' q(l l l49.arai43. 4 l may fairly claim the
title ‘ pf father of Ithe ,nextilouse.
•,t , 3 ••, • •
A. gostou journal says "It is said
thLit , ,:since s Governor Banks has been
AmMandOrAil:' ; Ohiefof the military of the
domMonWealth,, the weather has been
time he has .ordered out
Vio t ipi; morning of Thursday
last Was cloudy, and there. ware many in
dicatioVs' ok i rain. One veteran officer
consulted about the weather, re
-04, Governor Banks was not com
b* iitit I should eay , it would rain, but as
p i ts, st.ppear it clear
uft.''' l i n an' hour after, this memark, the
ski+ vitis,.clear,spd the.day prgved one of
t— -fines, ofthe mont. "
``4lFiroA'Firis'cofrespondent sass that a
yolfagfittierian Who:,fata tren imprisoned
iittqilietryliedebit,,gain'ed hie release by
rolibtfolkwireg fitsVi; by the Taws of the
eUutitty,- the rtiditors of the unfortunate
dflictof irtrdlslra4 L to " " pay` thirty francs
'Etinftittik fetrilihi'auPPUrt irhibsir; confine
itleifkluistse; us each paynrnt is
•Inb i de die may be in
"Th3/44iiiitioi referred to caused ,a
matifitoiteieritto of the contrib
uting creditois,giijng riotice . o I' his death.
TheY , 4lVO'neirbeaidd paying his board,
tolfiirlokAocretipondent of the World las
tktsAnimgeintunat ;-•.‘Senator Hunter is
4140.10)ibt Xlltilman%to whom will be ten
tilf;aoairtit slue' in 14incol n'S'cabinet,
tiglisolOrttl ttep. ;toward conciliating the
§.9111421rhe ,rumor', though_ absurd, is
iti&jyyysivaleutp , lnt his. friends asser
eFitte.Oati he gannot actept the place on
woogations; wirenlif there beany truth
tnigkeilpXerglecl tender, i This may be
toROPPA.-..citantint - chickens before
they are hatched." •
of-brin of the reporters of
therNewribtlqlierald"ou Saturday last
Reet*n; andtadthinistered quitf3 a severe
!Ohippietzl Shwaloges thatler husband
04 1 -6-Ophrisadi been ten intimate, but
.4310 1 14,ntys she =invited-the reporter to
berisfromsfoo.theptrrpose of talking down
Itrustatement , of the . matter ocher mar:
4ifigitPßlde t9cili..P.lefe :in New York
SllgnieAligifligikt,:coMPOsed . of- those
3.4awwW../V119,304 tP.4he electipa of
.92 . taRkwfigulat. any., farther regard to
Ake : Aroaession -was -very long
and the display, v9ry:fine.
~e,4l#4farry - Oo'cord, heretofore Mon
din*agent, and the partner of his perils
acohrjourneys across the gorge at
Ninorsc plablished a card anr.ouncing
itheidiNtolutiori of his 4 cOnnection with
VOrkinize fight at troy, last, week ,
two briers i3rann and Wheel
er, was stopped'at the, third round, by
Irrafkit's to hini and mak
ing him g!? home wikkber.
named Nuroll was. rid
ttreiPodi( i xtfi town of Rockville, Conn.
Weeli,'for alleged familiar
let lOW f\- •
,-Alliffikiskstateeo,thit the Hon. Edward
Avorettnisi about , to.inarry the widowed
doughty ofllidgeTottigrew of South
,:ice firs: Weakingtpn, wifelorSohn A.
Wwdlingt9Dilate or Mt. V*Nsitii, died a
few days_ sine. ;
NEWS IN BRIEF
The Washington correspondent of the
World says : "An agent privately sent
from the-South reports to the President
that Alabama and Georgia will certainly
secede in forty days after Lincoln's elec
tion. Confidential friends of the Presi
dent assert that-in-that case- he will re
main inactive, and permit the thing to
go on, The Richmond Enquirer to day
exhorts :Virginia to. go With the South,
and thus present a solid front. It is for
disunion, without for
act, and says, 'if that be treason, make
this most of it."'
A party of Albany boys went out after
chestnuts on Sunday, and one of them,
James Gr ant, fall from a tree, striking
his head; and- was picked up almost in
sensible.- .As he recovered his senses,
he seemed , to be bewildered, and as his
companions could , not prevail on him to
go with them, they were obliged to re
turn without him. They at once-inform
ed his parents, who proceeded tb the
spot, but he was gone, and has not since
been seen. '
. A. woman in :Waterford, Y., wish
ing to commit suicide, wept to a druggist
a few days ago to procUre arsenic. Sus
pecting her pnrpose, .the 'druggist gave
her a large-dose of magnesia. Although
she did not die, it made her so sick that
she has had a disgust for suicide ever
The Governor of South 'Caiolina, has
issued'a proclamation calling an extra
session of the Legislature of that State,
for the purpose of electing, Presidential
electors, and, "if advisable, to take action
ficr the safety and protdction of the
By a strange vicissitude, General Ca
ine, who was shot for. invading Costa
Rica, suffered his execution atethe foot
of the very monument erected to his
honor, in the Plaza at Punta Arenas, for
his, many services to the country.
. • ,
The oldest postmaster in the United.
States who* has never been out of office
since the datriof bis appointment, is Jno.
Billing, at Trenton, Oneida county, N.
Y. His appointment was made on ,June
We learn, 'says a =Savannah piper,
from an intimate friend of Mr. Everett,
that there is probobly not the slightesV
foundation for the rumor, of his,contern
plated marriage with a lady of South'
he Martinsburg Republican learns.
t, a - Lincoln pole has been erected
erkeley county, Va., and that it is
guarded, and that any attempt to cut it
down will be resisted by force.
Ilerschell V. Johnson, the Douglas'
candidate for Vice President, made a
speech at Terre Haute, Indiana, on the
Stb, in which , he made the following dig
nified and gentlemanly remark:—"Abe
Lincoln is the great rail-eplitter.. I own.
twenty boys, any orrepof -whom can beat
him, at a day's work splitting rails, and
give two hqndred. .I would prefer one
of them for President, so help me,God,:
to Abe Lincoln."
Scbuyleetrolfax was in 1856 elected
to Congress - from the IXth District of
Indiana by 1,036 majority.. In 1858, be
was again elected by 1,931 majority. In
1860 hods once more eleCted by 3,496 .
majority. So much for faithful service
at Washington and - faithful 'canvassing
John C. Heenan was fined $3OO by
Judge Hoyt of buffalo, on the 16th inst.,
for his participation in the prize fight
between Price and Kelly, at point Albi
no, about a year ago. lie promptly paid
Several of our contemporaries have
George Nelson Smith, Douglas Demo
crat,• ejected to the Legislature' from
Cambria county. Mr. Smith wasteaten
some five hundred. by his Republican
The Bellefonte Fencibles' recently
commanded by our Governor elect, Col.
Andrew G. Curtin, are making arrange
ments to 'visit Harrisburg in January
and, participate in the inauguration cer
When a generous man is compelled
to give a refusal, he generally giyes it
with worse grace than the ungenerous:
first, because it . is against his nature ;
and, secondly, because it is out of his
A wretch of a husband came home at
one in the'morning, found his angel wife
sitting up reading an old omits). With a
:coarseness almost amounting to cruelty,
he took the book from her hand; and pla
ned before= her a pair•of her child's socks,
saying. "If you will . fatigue, yourself,
my lovd, with any-work-at such an hour,
I would suggest, it is • never to late to
mend." • •
The pistol, valued as, a relic by, the
Washington family, , taken by. Cook from
Col. Washington, during the. Hsrper's
Ferry raid, has been retnrued, to the lat
ter.by Thaddeus Hyatt, who recently re
ceived it from an-unknown source.
The Catholics of 'the diocese of Chi
cago; 111., have contiibufedll,966 in aid
of the Pope.
The Prince of Wales paid $B9O ,for the
special logo from Albany to Poston.
c -- 0--c&1 1 1 - 1 WE l-I:KL - MARIETTIANA\-g"'
ORIGINAL LETTER FROM ABRAHAM. LIN
COLN.—The following letter was written
by Hon. Abraham Lincoln, the Repub
lican candidate for the Presidency, to
John M. Carson, Esq., chairman of the
Committee of- Lectures, of the Harrison
Literary Institute Philadelphia. It is
dated two months previous to the meet
ing of the Chicago Convention, and may
be considerqd a curiosity in political lit
erature. The italics are the. ,coMposi.
SPRINGFIELD, Illinois, April 7,1860.
Yours of March 14th, addressed to me
at Chicago, and seeking to arrange with
me to lecture for the Harrison Literary
Institute, has been received. I regret
to say I cannot make such: an arrange
ment. lam not a professional lecturer
--have nevarsot up bat one lecture, and
that, I think, rather a poor one. Be
sides, what time I can spare from my
own business - this season, I shall be com
pelled to giiie to politics.
- GONE Horn —The royal journey is at
an end, so far as America is concerned.
The Prince and his suite having been fet
ed and lionized at Boston in the most
classical and Athenian manner, left that
city on Saturday forenoon, and proceed
ed to Portland amid enthusiastic cheers
from the citizens, and accompanied by
dovernor Banks and other diiting,uished
gentlenian, for Portland, where he was
received by the GoVernor of Maine, the
Mayor of Portland, a respectable body
of military, and the entire population.—
He was escorted' throagh the-streets of
the city, and-finally erribarked' on board
the British war steamer Hero. The can
non of the war ships and the batteries
thundered, t 1.13 band played the nation
al airs of Britain rind Ainerica, the vast
concourse of pedple shouted their adieus,
and the royal squadron sailed for En
SOMETHING OF A ,CHANGF..-At the ball
given to Lord Renfrew at the New York
Academy of Music, the Prince opened
the dance with the, lady of Gov. Morgan.
Richly dressed, possessed of all the grace
and dignity befitting her station as the
wife of.the Chief Magistrate of the Em-.
pire State, she represented something
more than official.,, She was the exem
plar of American jile,,progreas, industry.
In her youth she was a poor girl, earning
her livelihoonaa a mklliner's apprentice.
Her upward,4grpwth is but 8. common
specimen of the strange but goodly inci
dents,of rep.ublica,n life.
Another of the partners of the Prince
was the dasighter of John Van Buren.—
She should have reminded her_royal gal
lant that many years ago her father danc
ed with his mother, and had borne the
name Prince John ever since. •
Ur A daughter of Abd-el-Bader has
recently arrived in Paris for the purpose
of enteringthe order of Gray Sisters.—
When the Eniir, her father„ resided at
BronSsa, he seht the young lady to Con
stantinople to be educated. There she ,
occasionally met with Chiistian women,
and was so stfuck "With the self devbted- .
'ness of the sisters who attended the hos
pitals during `the 'Crithean war that she
determined'to join their order, Her fath
er, who is capable' of apprecia.ting the
benevolence of Christianity, consented
tOtei wish, and she is now Paris 'pas-
Si g her noviciate.
t Y .CrEdgar A. Poe's character forma
he theme off amarticle - by Dr. Mendes
ey,.an English physician, in the Journal
of Medical - Sciences. The writer pro
ceeds to show why Po e's sins were partly
forced upon him by temperament inheri
ted from hiS" parents—one an actress of
brilliancy, beauty, and passion, and the
other an English law student equallY
passionate and reckless, who had sacri
ficed his hopes of '!respectability" by in
dulging in matrimony . with 'the said ac
crDr. Arnold, when. at Laleham, once
lost all patience with dull scholar;
when the pupil looked up An his face and
said: "Why:do you speak angry, sir ?
Indeed 1 am doing the :best I natl."—
Years after the. doctor used to tell the
story to his own .children, and say.: "I
never felt so . ashamed: of.myself in my
life. That look and:that speech 1 have
never forgotten.'! :
arFowler, the New York postoffice
defaulter, is going to Mexico to super
intend the working of a gold mine.—
These large speculators always carry, an
air of respectability about them, like the
pickpocket .in a churcfi at SOille, who
had a pair of false arms crossed on his
breast in an attitude of devotion, while
the real members were used for "explor
ations" in neighboring pockets.
The,step mother of the Prince of
Wales died recently. She was the Duch
rie-Anne, step-mother of Prince Albert.
and Duchess - Dowager of Saxe-Coburg-
Gotha. She was the Princess of Wur
temburg, was born in 1799, married Duke
Ernest I (filher 'of Prince Albert) in
1832, and became a widow in 1844.
Jud g e Taney decides against Doug
las and Squattei Sovereignty. Will
Douglas respect this decision of the
Chief*of the SUPrinie Coert ?
'.Gen..Harding,•a wealthy gentle
man, residing near Nashville, Tenn., has
a park of. 800 acres, in which are 300
deer, 30 buffaloes, and a herd 10 elk.
Pennsylvania Election-OFFICIAL. i . 0
' P LLOW AV'S PILLS.-The turn of life.- rpm.: ONLY 1s so
_l_ listing proofs so strong and dirrrt a. ..,
COUNTIES. CURTIN. FOSTER. From the age of forty-live to fifty, woman has
EXPEL THE DOUBTS OF A LI
Adams, 2,773 2.949 arrived at a critical period of her existence : For Statesmen, Judges, Editors, l'ily- , ,- ;a ,„
Allegheny, 15,879 9,190 the stream of death flows before her, across it of the oldest schools as well as new. e - . - . e
2,698 is a bridge, called, i. the turn of life."' Beyond their unqualified sanction, and vecommw,.! ,
Beaver, 2,682f0r all cases of eruptions, and diseases of
scalp and brain ; but all who have tu.e'l
Bedford, 2,464 1,715 it is a delightful garden, the path is beset with
120:536181 dangerandguarded b - the tierce dragons of ills
)unite, in testily ing that it will preserve the 1,..;
Berks, 6,933fr0m being gray, and from falling to any a,,
3,051 as well as restore. Read the following:-
ness and other disorders too numerous o
' ease. Dropsy, Erysipelas,. Hysteria, Nervous•
'Bradford, 6,664 - 2,328 - I Oak Grove, S. C., June 24th, is 39.
tion, but armed and prepared by Holloway's D
a ROF. 0. J. Wool): Dear Sir :-Your Ha,
Bucks, 6,393 6,330 famous Pills, she will pass with security into Restorative is rapidly gaining popularity in t ..,
Butler, 3,526 2,548 ; fatuous Pills
dice corn m as u i n d i e t , y an and
2,177 2, 58 - those beautiful regions
Carbon, • 1,722 1 , 930 the sun of life setsinth a e n se a re e n nj e o ev y evening herself
f old till
, perfect test :- g h i a v N e - e y h o a u d r o c li c a ss i ; o n it to es
t l o a r y a i t ) , : ,.
e: • , a
Cameron, [Established 1960.1 age. Negligence at this season is productive of During the year 1.4.51, I was so unfortumn !
o r i f t a s: i h ° i n c . : my From the '
Cheiter, 7,540 2,824 the most frightful consequences and death it-
r r e a c e e kz ~:
5,913 self would be far preferable to such a mockery
most terrible blow; causing a great deal Of tr-
Clarion, 1,795 2,297 of life. The nervousness, flushes and fainting which communicated to the brain an i
Clearfield, 1,755 2,040 fits, the general prostration of the system may external surface of the head, from the etfe , ls
Clinton, 1,750 1,703 2586 all be prevented by a timely recouse to these hail was finally destroyed ,-,,
Golumbia, 1,848 the entire surface of the head. From the lime
I first discovered its dropping, however, up t,
Crawford, 5,277 3,178 incomparable remedies.
-- the time of its total disappearance, I emplnv r ,l
Cumberland, 3,625 everything I could think of, being a pro;,. : _
Dauphin,, 4,555 3,716 FEVER AND AGUE: A cas
Hollande ofeig ht in ß on iti t e h r s s :
3,302 Standing cured by Bcerhave's sional man myself, and, as I thought. under-
Delaware, 3,183 1,996 MICHAEL KELLY, No, 117 Seventh, near Standing the nature or the ffix.ase. but oat
finally defeated in every perseription advance
Elk, 421 633 Grant, says:
These and no other circumstanan induce I,
Erie, 5,613 2,469 " Last July, while running on the river, on me to resort to your worthy Hair Restorativ,.,
Fayette, 3,382 3,556 a cotton-boat plying between Nachez and New which I haveevery reason tobefieve,produc_.l
3, 37 9 Orleans, I was taken with Fever and Ague.- a very happy result :two months after the bat Franklin, 4,053
application, I had as
beautiful a head of you,,
, Fulton, . 828 . - 957 For eight long months I suffered with this dis- hair as I ever saw, for which I certainly ow,.
Forest, 129 69 ease. The greater part of this time I was un- you my most sincere thanks. Rest assure '-.
Hufttingdon, 3,070 2,669 able to work, and spent at least fifty dollars dear sir, I shall recommend your remedy to :t.l
inquirers ; moreover, I shall use my iniluoncv,
for different medicines, butfound no perma
'lndiana, 3,672 1,886 . ... which I flatter myself to say, isnot a li.tle.
11,446953 neat relief. Three weeks ago, one of my You can publish this if you think proper.
Juniata, . 1,503 friends insisted upon my trying Bcerhave's Hol- Yours, very respectfully,
s m fyo b oll e uo r
Ity l: iin t i h lgt. ,
ep t; le,,7_,
M. J. WRIGHT, M. D.
and Bitters saying that a cure was ivuaranted.
LANCASTER, . 13,012 7,153 , .- Office of the Jeffelsonisin, Philippi, Va.,
Lawrence, 2,645 . 959 Alter taking it for one week, I must state, I
e g n en b t a le ld m
Lebanon, 3,847 2 , 93,1 was a sound man. I havebeen at work now Dear Sir :-I feel it my duty as well as thy
Luzerne, 6,662 4,566 for two weeks, and have had no returns of the
s p t l a e t a lc su e, re w t h o i
6,916 Chills and Fever whatever." which you
to ca y n ou u D s :th h e e
e a v n er o sin f te is -his pl e " ar% ( y a lio u l t a h w- T sue lawyer,)
Lycoming, . 3,615 3,034 I certify that the above statement is true. been
M cKean, 1,048 '706 Thom AS A oasts, se, that he was compelled to wear a wig.. the
Mercer, 3,621 2,794 Diamond House, or at R. Chester's Gothic Hall. was induced to use a battle of your hair" Hat
Mn . . 1723 , 1,490 ..------ Restorative," which he liked very much ;an ,1
Mo n ro e ne., 822 To CoNsunprivcs • The advertiser having after using some , two or three bottles his hatr
2,163 ' ' 'grew out quite luxuriantly, and he now has :4
812 . 7 , 302 been restored to health in a few weeks, by a handsome head of hair. The gentleman's name
Montgomery, 5, 8 3
Montour, - is Bradford, and as he is very well known is
Northampton, 3,507 • 5,249 eral years with a severe Lung affection, and our adjoining counties, many persons can les-
Northumberland, 2,429 2,955 that dreadtify to the truth of this statement Igiveit
disease, Consumption, is anxious to , i,
you at the request of Mr. Bradford. You can
Perry, , 2,416 2,128 make known to his fellow sufferers the means sell a great deal of your Hair Restorative in
Philadelphia, 40,233 42,119 of cure. To all who desire it he will send a this and the adjoining counties if you have the
Pike, 324 . 843 copy of the prescription used, [free of char gel proper agents. Yours,. &c.,
Potter, 1,410 THOMPbON SURGHNOrt
• 615 with directions for preparing and using the D Wood: Dear Permit me ' '
Schuylkill, 7,301 '7,067 same, which they will find a sure cure for Con- the a..
: l ear agn Sir:
under for theine to express
Somerset, 2,977 1,372 entire res
sumption, Bronchitis, &c. . The only object of toration of my hair to itsoriginal color; about
Snyder, 1,704 1,134 the time of my arrival in the United S,ates it
advertiser in send - the prescription • t b
ing e is o en-
Sullivan, 394 543 was rapidly becoming gray, but upon the ap
etit the afflicted, and he hopes every sufferer- . •
Susquehanna, 4,110.2,456 . plication of- "Hair Re torau ." soon
. ~ _ . your ... , .
..s yi. it s - me
4,147 • 1,331 will try his remedy, as it will cost them nosh- recovered its origunirlffie. T constderyour re-
Union, 1,82 D 1,019 ing,
and may prove a blessing. Parties wish- stotative as a very wonderful invention, quite
efficacious as well di ag`reetilile. a
Venango, - 2,581 2,122 1 ing the prescription will please address
.. S. * THALI]F.RG.
Warren, 2,112 1,172 1 REV. EDWARD A. WILSON, ' 'Tat RESTORATIVE - IR - put-up in bottles of
- Washington, 4,768 4,206 -Williamsburg, Kings co., N. Y. [3m Once sizes, viz : large, medium, and small ; tile
Wayne, 2,610 2,537 -- -- small holds 1-a -pint, and retails for - SI a bottle;
the medium holds at least tsventy per cent nwre
Westmoreland, 4,830 5,276 in proportion than the small, retails for $2 per
Wyoming, 1,192 1,336 bottle; i the large hold!' a quart, 90 pet cent
more n proportion, and retails for $3.
York, 5,322 6,665
0. J. WOOD & CO., Proprietors,
• No. 444 Broadway, New-York, sod
114 Market Street, St. Louis, Mo.
lE'And sold by all good druggists and fancy
goods dealers. [v7-7-.4-3x.
Tow., 262 403 230,239
FOSTER'S VOTE, 230,239
C CTRTIN'S. AJ., 32,164
How THE ROYAL PAaTY ROLL TE:ti-PEVE
—A correspondent or one of the New
York papers, writing from West Point,
says : "The royal party roll very badly.
Any of our New Yorkers could beat the
whole string, and not half try. A "ten
strike" is a matter of congratulation with
the *bole party, all clapping their hands,
and saying "good." Eliot, rolling a slow,
large ball, - makes the most hits. St.
Germans rolls with a theatrical air, re
maining in position till his ball stops, or
is stopped by the boys, the latter hap
pening more frequently. Nowcastle's
balls are like himself, slow and strong,
sure to do execution somewhere, either
among the pins or the boys. Teasdale
not only takes off his coat like the rest,
but bares his arm, but don't hit the pins
any the better for this display of muscle.
Dr . Ackland says that he rolls for exer
cise; and it is likely that be does, for he
certainly don't roll to hit or to win.—
The Prince takes the small. or pony
balls, and misses very accurately, gener
ally landing his ball in'one of the gutters
upon either side . of the alley, or in the
stomacti'of.the small boy who sets up
the pins :which happen to.topple over.
All of the' party smoke during the per-
formance, and last evening any number
of sherry cobblers were ordered up and
consumed, sticks of maccaroni being sub
stituted for straws."
Gov. PACKER VS. THE WIDE AWAKES.-
The Telegraph of Saturday attempted
to convey the impression abroad that
Gov. Packer intends "to -prevent" the
inauguration of Mr. Curtin by the "Wide
Awakes." This is simply ridiculous, and
we know that no such idea ever entered
into Gov. P.'s mind or any one else's,
save perhaps in the noddle of some as
tute Wide Awate.—Patriot and Union.
Onr neighbor is "sligh Wally" mistaken.
Governor Packer, while in our sanctum
a few days ago, distinctly and emphati
cally asserted that if the Wide-Awakes
persisted in inaugurating Colonel Curtin,
he would call out the military of the State!
!Simply ridiculous" as the "idea" is, it
not only "entered the Governor's mind,"
but was expressed by bim, is unmistak.a
ble language, in presence of two gentle
men in this office. So far as the inau
guration parade is concerned, Governor
Packer has nothing to do with it, the
movement being a voluntary one on the
part of the people ; and the Republican
Wide-Awakes will fix up a programme
to ^ suit themselves.—Harrisburg Tele
The township of Cold'Spring, Leb
anon county, polled a unanimous vote
for Curtin, Killinger, Bongbter, and the
whole county ticket. There was not a
single vote cast for any of the candidates
on the Locofoco ticket. Cold Spring
township has fairly won the banner.
eir The town orteroy, in Bradford
county, Pa., at the, late election gave
Curtin 200, and Foster 2 votes. 1n1.856
Buchanan had one vote, and Fillmore
had one vote. tnderstanding that in
the rest of the State the Bell meu.and
the democrats had united, these two vo
ters "fused" and went for Foster.
A CARD TO THE SUFFERIIIG. — The Rev.
WILLIAM COSGROVE, while laboring as a mis
sionary in Japan, was cured of Consumption,
when all other means had failed, by a recipe
obtained from a learned physician residing, in
the great city of Jeddo. This recipe has cured
great numbers who were suffering from Con
sumption, Bronchitis, Sore Throat, Coughs and
Colds, and the debility and nervous depression
caused by these disorders.
Desirous of benefitting others, I will send
this recipe, which I have brought home with
me, to all who need it, free of charge.
Address REV. WAI. COSGROVE,
439 Fulton Avenue, Brooklyn, N. Y.
See advertistnent of Prof. L. Miller's
Hair Invigorator, and Liquid Hair Dye, in an
De, lEmeasfei. cheap hook StoN,
North Queen. Street, near the Exam-
incr & Herald. Office.
T HE Proprietor of THE LA CASTER CHEAP
has availed himself of the opportunity to pur
chase a- large stock of the most varied assort
ment of valuable books of every class and de
scription. Ile now offers to the public the same
at proportionably and unusually Low rates.
Those in want of valuable standard works,
for the 'improving of a well selected library,
will find it to their-great advantage to cull and
examine the extensive stock on hand. My ob
ject and wish is, as it always was, to supply
the wants of the community with anything in
my ISne on the most reasonable terms possible.
This we find the.lietter and most advantageous
course for all parties. , The Political L'cono
mist tells us, "cheaper an article is, the more
it can and will be used." Then the conclusion
is,that when we buy cheap', we must sell
cheap, simply allowing ourselves a reasona
SUNDAY SCHOOL BOOKS.
I would call especial attention to my large
assortment of Sunday School Books on hand,
of every variety wanted for the use of Sunday
Schools and sell all at Sunday School Union
prices. 1 have the agencies for the publica
tions.of the American Sunday School Union,
American Tract Society; Methodist Book and
Tract Society. Also, the Lutheran, Presbyte
rian,Tpiscopal and other denominations are
kept on hand.
Those in want of a neat and cheat) Quarto
Family Bible, will find it to their advantage
to call and examine at
THE CHEAP BOOK STORE,
the largest stock on hand, ranging form One
to Twenty-five Dollars.
Before purchasing elsewhere, call and exam
ine the large and cheap stock of
.Successor to Murray, Young & Co
-ffo WA RD ASSOCIATION, Philadelphia.
A Benevolent Institution established by
special endowment, for the Relief of the Sick and
Distressed, afflicted with Virulent and Epidemic
Diseases, and especially for the cure of Diseases
of the Sezual organs. Medical advice given
gratis, by the Acting Surgeon, to all who apply
by letter, with a description of their Condition ,
(age, occupation, habits of life, &c.,) and in
cases of extreme poverty, medicines furnished
free of charge.
Valuable 'Reports on Spermatorrhcea, and
other Diseases of the Sexual Organs, and on
the New Remedies employed in the Dispensary
sent to the afflicted in sealed letter envelopes,
free of charge. Two or three postage stamps
will be acceptable to pre-pay postage.
Address, DR. J. SKILLIN Hound:lron, Acting
Howard Association, No. 2 South 9th
St., Philadelphia. By order of the Directors.
E2RA D. HEARTWELL, President.
GEORGE FAIRCHILD, Secretary
FASHIONABLE BOOT If SHOE
MA.ERET STREET, MARIETTA, PENN
Would most respectfully inform the citizens
of this Borough and neighborhood that he has
the largest assortment of City made work in
his line of business in this Borough, and be
ing a practical BOOT AND SHOE MAKER
himself,is enablea to select with more judgment
than those who are not. He continues to Malt
tzfacture in the very best manner everything
in the BOOT AND SHOE LINE, which he
will warrant for neatness and good fit.
1111" Call and examine his stock before pur
MURNPIKE ELECTION. The stockhol
-1 ders of the Lancaster and Marietta Turn
pike will meet at the public house of ,John
Kendig, on MORDAY, NOV'R. sth, 1860, at
10 o'clock, to elect'a President, seven Mana
gers, and a Treasurer, for the coming year.
Oct. 27-2 t. If. 111TISSEILMAN, Pres.
V.RESH SUPPLY of Candies, Nuts, Raisins
Lemons and-Applesjust receiving at Jas.
November Court Proclamation.
- UVU Eltli A S the Honorable Henry G.
Long, President, Hon. A. L. Hayes and
Ferreelkinton, Rsq.,,Ass. Judges of the Court of
Common Picas, in and for the Onunt3 of Lancas
ter, and Assistant Justices of the Court of Over&
Terminer and General Jail Delivery and Quar
ter Sessions of the Peace, in and for the County
of 'Lancaster, have issued their Precept to me
directed, requiring me, among other thins, t ,
make PUBLIC PROCLAMATION throughout or
Bailiwick, that a Court of Oyer and Thminer
and General Jail Delivery ; Also, a Court of
Quarter Sessions of the Peace and Jail Delive
ry, will commence at the Court House, in the
City of Lancaster, in the Commonwealth of
Pennsylvania, on the
Tutan MONDAY IN NOVEMBER, 1660:
Id pursuance of which pricept
PUBLIC NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN
to the Mayor and Alderman of the City of La--
easter, in said county, and all: the Justices of
the Peace, the Coroner, and Chnstables of the
said city and county of
.Lancaster, that they be
then and them in their own proper persons With
their rolls, records and examinations, and in
quisitit,m7 and their other remembrances, to .!0
those things which to their offices appertain, in
their behalf to be done ; and also,thosc who will
prosecute against the prisoners who ate, or then
shall be. in the jail of said county of Lancaster,
arc to be then and there to prosecute against
them as shall be just.
Dated at Lancaster, the Ist.day of September,
1860. BENJAMIN F. 1.4913711, Sit ERII F.
P. S.—Punctual attendance of the Jurors
and Witnesses will hereafter be expected and
required on the first day of the sessions. Al
dermen and Justices of: the, Peace are required
by an order of Court,
_dated November 31st
184 S, to return their recognizances to Sam'l
Evans, Clerk of Quarter Sessions, within one
week from the day of final action in each case,
and in default thereof,the Magistrates costs
will not he allowed.
311 mop's Corgenthafe4)
FOR DELICATE DISEASES.
NO. 1. THE GREAT REVlVER.—Speedily
eradicates all the evil eifects of self a use,
RS IOSS of memory, shortness.Of -breath, giddi
ness, palpitation of the heart, dimness of vis
ion, or any constitutional. derangement of the
system brought on by the unrestrained indul
gence of the passions. Actialike on either sex.
Price one , dollar.
No. 2.• THE BALM.—WiIi cure in from two
to eight days, any case of Oonorrhoea,(clap)is
without taste or smell and requires no restric
tion of action or diet ; for either sex • price $l.
NO. 3. THE TEBED will cure dleet in the
shortest possible time, and I can show certift
cotes of cures effected by this remedy, wher
all others have failed. No taste or smell.—
Price one dollar.
NO. 4. THE PUNITER is the only known
remedy that will positively cure strictures of
the urethra, no matter of how long standing or
neglected the case may be. Price one dollar.
NO. 5. Tur. SOLUTOR Will eine any case
of Gravel permanently and speedily remove
all 'diseases from the bladder and kidneys.—
Price one dollar.
No. 6. THE PREVENTOR iS a sure preven
tion against the contraction of 'any disease, is
less expensive and far
. prefemble to anything
in use. Adapted to either sex. Price $l.
NO 7. THE AMARIR will cure the whites
radically and in less time than they can be ef
fectually removed by any other treatment ; in
fact this is the only remedy that will really
cure this disease ; pleasant to take. Price $l
- 8. THE ORIENTAL PASTILS are cer
tain, safe and speedy in producing.menstrua
tion or correcting any irregularities of the
monthly periods. Price two 'dollars.
No. 9. THE FEHALE SAFEGUARD, or Off
spring Regulator will last a lifetime. Price $5.
Either of the Remedies will be sent free by
mail on receipt of the price annexed. Circu
lar& containing valuteile information with full
description of each Remedy, may be obtained
by enclosing one post stamp. Address
DR. FELIX BRUNON Box 99,
These Remedies are sold in Marietta only by
'JOHN JAY - LIS HART; where circulars con'
taming a full description of each case can be
obtained gratis, on application.
„General ;Depot, North ,East Corner of York'
. Avenue and Callowhill street,Philadelphia, Pa.
In complicated , cases I can be consulted
by letter, or pet/molly at my office ; entrance,
No. 401 York Avenue. Da. F. .S.R.UNON.
• August. 27 1659.-lv
1860! ] THIRD SUPPLY t 18601
OF:SEASONABLE PALL &BUM.
NOW Qpening , a large and complete ns
sortment of SEASONABLE GO
Cheaper than ever, at
HALDEMAPPS Cheap Cash Store.
Columbia, Oct. 20, 1860.
T 4 INCOLN 11A1111.114 FL &GS and Aledat. 3
for sale at 3. M. Anderson's.