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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

_IMFORTATIOyS. ^^( ^^' _^ Stetson & Co. —mtm ,,;„ ' ' i ¦ -^^¦^—i PHILADELPHIA BUAJU> Ob " TRADE. tg&fe i——-_* —¦» Baric irma. #ortinSer,;.... ¦ fartSdM_. ' aoon -S_^^^^_eeCT««br...... _Barbados. Feb>

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

Casijsq a Mokstbr Gmr.—-Another monster gun was oast in the Fort Pitt works, Pittsburg, Pa., last week. The " Fleyd," the heaviest piece of ordnance, we believe, that the world has ever seen, was fif teen-inoh bore and forty-nine inches diameter at the breach. Its weight, in rough, was 78,000 pounds, and, when finished, about 49,000. The gun cast has a twelve-inch bore, and the same exterior diameter of the "Floyd," while it is six inches longer, and will weigh, when finished, twenty-five tons. The farnaees were capped ut qnartar past twelve, and twenty-four mmutes later the mold was filled, and the easting complete. The total amount of metal used m the "run" was 78,100 pounds. The new gnn will be named « Union," and will, it is be-Iieved_, throw a ball over six miles. It was cast on the hollow principle, and under the supervision of Mr. Kaye, foreman of tho works.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

COPABTNEBSHIP NOTICES. _JVOTIoi!—The_^psx_^_sr_^_rMT6 io fQK J- _" existing between _RICHA1D C. BALE. JOHN ROSS, _GRMaLD F. DALE. _HANSON L. _WfTHKRS, and SAMUEL M _BaGLBTOIS was dissolved on the 36th of January1881. by the death nt ttANSO _^ L. _WITHERS, x he _bneiness of the late firm will be settled by the surviving partners. The undersigned will eontinuethe _bnnness of the late firm of I>&1>&. ROSS. & WITHERS under the name of DALE. K<8S * Co., at the same location, No. 521 MARKET Street. . . .. _. foHK _' _ROsC _0 _^^ _GERAIiD F. DALE, S \« UEL M. _KAGLJ5TON. Philadelphia, Feb. 4.186_». fei-gt TUOTtCE.—The _Undersiemed havim_* «n-

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

Americas Ships at Livee_^ooi,.—A letter received in this city, from a shipmaster at Liverpool, dated 19th ult, states: "As regards outward business, there is very little doing. There arc seventy di_»gagcd Ame rican abips in port at present, and but little inclination to charter American ships, on account of the state of affairs in the States, as the underwri ters are fearful of insuring their cargoes, fearing _nivil war in our oountry, and losses by privateering."

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

_PHTLADELPHIA TERSA OOTl'A MANtlFACTORYifE _VENTHand ffEHMAJfTOWll road _«ad 1O1O CHEHTmJTJtreek VitrWUd Draii and WattrPipes. VentilatingFlties,Hpt/ir'Flnes,aa Smoke Flues made of Terracottaand of suitable sue for every class of buildings. This article is worthy the attention of all parties Butting np buildings. Large sue sewerage pipes for city _dratnagCi water pipes warranted to stanCa severe _pressure. We are now prepared to _costraot wi tboitiea or oorporatfona for this article la any quantity. Wewarrantoorgoodatobeenaliiao ¦nenor touwy:other tuw in the united _jnajas _.g

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

Bridget. —MmmM wants yon to send her a box of Cephalio G_'ne; no. a bottle of Prepared Pills—but I'm thinking that's not just it naither 5 but perhaps ye'll be afther knowing what it is. Ye see she's nigh dead and gone with the Sick Headache, and wants some more of that same ' as reUdyed her before. Druggist.—Yon must mean Spalding's Cephalic .Pills.. ' ' ¦ *¦ ¦ ¦ - ¦¦ •¦ ¦ '¦ : - . ': ' ¦ •¦¦ : - ¦ Bridget.—Ooh! sure now and you've _sed it. Here's the _auarther_, and giv me the Pills, and don't be all day about it, aither.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

Kohaway SiAvits Seri Back prom Pbnh-STrtTABiA.—One night recently a number of runaway negroes from the border counties of Maryland passed _throogh yOrk county, Pa, on their way _to freedom. _^ The next aay they were pursued and captured. In Adams ooanty_, and taken back to _tteir old quarters. No opposition was made to their return by the oltuena of the village in whioh they were captured. . ^^

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

MARINE INTELLIGENCE. FORT OF _PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 8.1861. SUN RISES—. .6 4S-SUN SETS —«» HIGH WATER.—— ¦— *M

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1861 %\t _mxttz Romance of a **_Rich'* Young Man An _Illiaois journal (the Clinton Transcript) has jnsfc _pufelished a very amusing Iction, of the class canard, under the catching title of *« Adventures of an English Lord—trafcb stranger than fiction. " The_^_cKon thns commences with the name—inasmuch as the hero is represented as a JBarmet_, which does not make him a Lord. Just as well, were he Cnrate might he be called Bishop. The story, told at great length by the Illinois romancer,* may be condensed thus. In 1837, Sir John K. Fenwick, a baronet possessing large estates in Northumberland, England, fell in love with a pretty girl, named Clara Seymour, daughter of a poor cnrate in Cumberland, and solicited her hand. " In reply, Clara told her noble suitor that she loved him in return, but that she wonldnot leave her father, but would remain with her kind parent and lend a solace to his declining years." Here we may state that her suitor, even had he ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

Weekly Review of the Philadelphia - •¦' Markets. Phii.adjsmph1A, Feb. 8,1881. 'Easiness _geaerally is dull and neglected, and trade opens slowly. Bark ia quiet, _jn Bread-Btnffa there ia Very little doing. The accounts from abroad are _unfavorable, and prises of molt kinds have further declined. Candles are steady. Coal is in limited demand. Coffee is firm. Cotton is firm, but dull. Fruit and Fish, are quiet. Hides are _stcaJy.. The iron market continues at a stand_. Lead is also quiet. Naval Stores are dull, but for Spirits of Turpentine prices are firm. Provisions —Tbe receipts are moderate at steady prices. Bioe sells in a small way. Salt is unchanged. _Cloverseed is in limited request. Tallow, Teas, and Tobacco are also quiet. Wool remains as last quoted, and but little doing.. . The _Breadstufls market continues dull and unsettled, with but little " disposition on the part of _bnyers to operate to any ea:Sent~the demand for Flour being very small, both for export and home u...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

ILLINOIS JLAND. DUSTRIOUS IN THS :,, ' " : " .../.. ',_ .... GARDEN STATE OF THE WEST. THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY Have for sala _? ¦ _^1 ,200,000 ACRES OV ¦ '' " RICH FARMING LANDS TRACTS OF FORTY ACRES AND UPWARD, o» LONG CREDIT AND AT LOW PRICES. MECHANICS, FARMERS, AND WORKING MEN. The attention of the' enterprising and industrious portion of the community is directed to the following statements and liberal inducements offered them by the ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY, Whieh_, as they will perceive, will enable them, by proper energy, perseverance, and industry, to provide comfortable and permanent homes for themselves and families, with, comparatively sDeaMnst, Terr Uttle oapi- LANDS OF ILLINOIS, No State in the valley of the MiBBi«ippi _offevs so great an indaeement to the settler as the State of > thnois. There is no portion of the world where all of the conditions of climate and soil so admirably combine to produce those two great staples, corn a...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

JLetter from _Harrisburg_. [Correspondence of The Press,} Bareisbprs, Feb. 7,1861. Some time ago, Mr. Elliott, of Tioga, introduced the following joist resolutions relative to the military forces of this Commonwealth: Whereas, Certain seditious and troaso'ndfcla organizations bave made war upon the United States, by firing upon a vessel in her service, and seizing forts and munitions of war belonging to the General Government: therefore, Resolved 1. That we authorize the Governor to tender to tbe President of the United States the military forces of this . Commonwealth, for preserving the integrity " .of this Union and the maintenance of tbe Constitution and the laws. > Resolved 2. That the Committee of Ways and :Means be, and are hereby, instructed to report a bill to organize and arm the militia Of this Commonwealth. i They were duly reported, and to-day were called up for consideration. The time was unpropitious_, •right on the heels of the glorious election news from ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

_^MF 1 j ]EC»A1_j. _^pARLES^?iziN_^t lirvs. GEOR0i _^_HSiy_. KUHN et al. District Court. June term, I860. ¦MB. Vend. _Kx. _^^_MEAaditor _appointed by the Court to distribute the _^ ¦ xp Court arising from the sue, _bj the Sheriff, as. ^¦tBB above wnt. of "Ml tfest certain tnree-atory ^^¦ _' _jnessuage or tenement, a_^d lot or piece of ground _^_pt Oo _tb 4 south _?ide of «_7&«hin?ton street at the ^¦lee of fort}-bis feet sis inches eastward from thn ^¦_tvide of Seventeenth (treat, in the Fifteenth ward ¦Ejtfca city of _^hilajelptiia; containing in front or ¦_bdtb on said Washington street twenty-six feet uz Hn, and _extending in length or depth southward ¦Bty-one f<-et five inohes' —will attend to tne duties _Kfcii appointment on TU ESDAY. the 12th d»T of Fefcary, A. T). 1861at 4 o'clock F. M., at his officeMo, ¦WALNLT _street. Philadelphia, when and where _persons are _required to make their claims, or bede-¦Ursd from coming in upon the said fond. E&29 lOt ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

Our Hew York Letter FAtSB REPORTS RELATIVE TO EX-POSTHASTER FOWLER—A DEPUTATION OF ' _WALfrSTKSST BANKERS AND GOV. SEWARD—^THE HEW POSTMASTEB. AKD HIS ASSISTANT—OOV. _UOSQAN AHB THE _QEOEOIA MtJSKEfS—OEORaK 1AW*S RAILROAD STOCK—OO_1. MAY-—THE 8TRIAH REMBI1 _ITJWDi _CCorreapondeno* of The Press, 1 _Ubw York, February 8, 1861. Reports have frequently of late found their way into the papers that Ex-Postmaster Fowler was in great pecuniary distress in Mexico, and that he complained bitterly of the treatment he had experienced at the hands of old friends, from whom he had a right to expect better things. 'Jhese reports are utterly unfounded_, lam informed by parties who cannot possibly be misinformed, who are in constant correspondence with Mm, and who are now. as they always have been, his firm friends, that his present position is in every respect as agreeable to him as could be desired under the circumstances; that he is in receipt of a handsome salary as agent oi a large comp...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

JBMITS' FURNISHING GOODS. IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE PUBLIC. "THE" O R A V AT S TO R E , No. 7O1 N. W. CORNER SEVENTH AND CHESTNUT. GREAT BEDUGTIQNI _CJjREAT IUSI_3tJCTIO3Sr! GREAT KEIHJOTlbNI OUR WHOLE WINTER STOCK wiLLBe _soi;r> AT THE l fOLLOWIHO LOW RATES . _tJHXOd THE 1ST 0? KA.S0H. Regular Re-Prioe. dnoedto Fine Cashmere Dressing Gowns........#18 00 812 00 " "¦ " " - MOO 900 " Gent's _Trarellinp _Shawla_™ .... 10 00 A CO " Cashmere Undershirts & Drawers 3 60 2 00 " Merino " " 3 00 ] so *' Hose . 7« M> French Gyot 8_uapander«~™ ~_ no n Imitation " _.. 85 6B Greeley'« Braces -^^-^_......:... 108 78 Best Q.ualitT Linen Collars, per doa.... 2 M J 00 Grents' Patent Enamelled Collars.-..— It) for 25a. Ladies' _iPatent Eleotra Collars..™, 10 for 3So. ALL OTJB. LARGE 8IOCKS OF CRAVATS, SCARFS, NECKTIJSS_, STOCKS, ft., REDUCKD 2» PER CENT, Fine Shaker Flannel Travelling blurts, _regraiar prices redBoed fmm - -Jo 00 to 94 00 ** " " *• " 4 60 " 3 £3 •• •• •...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

' The Southern Congress. IiBTTB« FROM MOXTGOMSRY, ALABAWA. MohtSombry, Ala., Feb. 4,1861. There have been unuBually heavy rains within the past fow days throughout South Carolina, Georgia, and Alabama, and as a consequence the creeks and rivers are full, and some of the rivers mark a higher stage of water than has been known for many years. It is unnecessary to state that mnoh damage has been caused at Atlanta, Ga. On Saturday night, the train e _^ ue on tbe State Bailroad was twelve hours behind its usaal time, and fears were entertained that some ol the bridges on the route had been washed away or otherwise damaged "by the angry floods. The regular passenger train from West Point, due here at noon to- day, when within about three miles of this oity, met with a serious accident to cars ani wheels, but no person wag _injnred. The track was broken up for about fifty feet, the bagg age and express oars wete considerably smashed, disengaged from their tracks and thrown on their sid...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

COPAJaT_^RSHIP _^ NOTICES. ii_^ARTSE_^_iSiprteretofore _^ exiit-_„ tee between J. HOWARD _15LDRI0SK and ROVRS_^MSa_^S_^t_^ bythewith - J. HOWARD BLD8I0GB, • _t " ROBERT MoMULLlN. December 21, I860. fe8 3t* N OTICE.—The Copartnership heretofore ^_ _existinc between RfCHA«D o. BADE, JOHN ROSS, Gf-HALD-F. DALEvHAN80_» L. _WlTBJiRg, and SAMUEL Jtf. EAGLBTON was dissolved on the 38th of January1861by the death of HAN80-_* L. WITHERS, lhe _business of the lata firm will be settled by the surviving partners. The nndersigned will continue the business of the late _firmer5_ALfc. ROSS, t WITHERS under the «_n_«_-_*ffiBhgfffiJ&_^ ¦ ?the -™.?_fT*«_- _^SN_^_e_5 ^' GERALD F. DALE _ ,, , S VM UKL, iS. _UAGL15T0N, _Philadalphta, Feb. 4,1881. fel-6t NOTICE.—The Undersigned having entered into a Limited Partnership under the Act of Assembly of this Commonwealth, passed the 31ct day of Maroh. A. D., 183$, entitled '" An aot relative to limited partnerships," and all snd _singular tbe supplem...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

LEGAL _INTELLIGENCE. fe_'UPBBMK Court—Chief Justice Lowrie, and Justices Woodward, Thompson, and Strong. 112. Young's Appeal. Cerdorari to Orphans' Court. Argued by S. H. Perkins, Esq., for appellant, and J. A. Clay, Bsq , for appellee. 121. _Seiss vs. Tae City of Philadelphia. Error to the Common Pleas. Argued by Wm. L Hirst, K_«i-» f°r !*n0 phuntiff in error, and by D. W. Sellers for defendant in error. 122 Westoott vs. Tyson. Ceitiorari to the Common Pleas. Argued by Benj. H. _Brewster and Geo. L. Crawford for the appellantand by M. Russell Thayer and H. C. Townsend, _Esqs., for appellee. 125. Hill vb Milligan. Error to the District Court. Argued by A. Thompson for plaintiff, and J. W _Punl _fo_* defendant. • 130 Blaokbume_'s Appeal. Certiorari to Com mon Pleas. Argued by J. P. Owens for _appellant, and & _Jankins and F. C Brewster for appellees. _Disiriot Cotjbt—Judge Hare.—Uharles Norria et. al,. Trustee of the fair Hill Estate, As _tfgnee, &o , vs. William ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

E. & F. ESHLEMAN & FLETCHER. KIT 8OO _-£D CHESTNUT STREET, SOUTHWEST CORNER OF EIGHTHTHE CRAVAT STORE Am THE COLLAR STORE OF PHILADELPHIA CITY. GRAND DEPOT PO& *BS GENT'S PATENT ENAMELLED COLLAR AND BEST LINEN CHOKER. CRAVATS, SCARFS. AND NECKTIJBS IN END LESS NUMBERS A.H9 - IN STYLES THE VERY _LATBaT. ALL KINDS OF GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER. 6 for 99 and upwards. (NO FIT, NO SALE.) BEAR IN MIND The Gornor Is EIGHTH & CHESTNUT NO. 8OO. Jal7~thsfctatf ' ¦¦ ' FINE SHIBT _MANOFACXORT —J. W. SCOTT. 814 CHESTNUT Street, a few doors belowthe " Continental." The attention of Wholesale Dealers is invited to his . IMPROVED CUT OF SHIRTS, of superior fitmakeand material, on hand and made to oraer at shortest notice. iM-ti

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