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

FENWSIfliYANIA IT JEMS, Cotton going _ovek thk _Pbsrbylvania RailnoAB —Sinoe the commencement of the secession movement, the carrying of cotton over tbe Pennsylvania Railroad has very maoh.increased. It is brought by river from Mem _pnis to Pittabnrg, and sent thence to Philadelphia. Within a few weeks pait over eighteen thousand bales of cotton have gone by this roato. _Sthkmt loafing _haa become almost intolerable in some parts of Allegheny, and Mayor Drum is determined to abate the _nsiaanoe if possible. Lately fnar disorderly loafers were arrested at tbe corner of Bank lane asd Anderson street, m the Fourth ward, and fined oao dollar eaoh. _Etjbdkh Dkath —Mr. George Sourwein_, a resident of a place known as Kutitown, in Jackson township, was, on Priday of last week, asked by a gentleman of Myerstown to take dinner at Colonel Jesse Beinhold'a, which invitation he aooepted, and whilst eating, choked from a piece of beef. He was dead in a very few minutes. Dr. Bower was cal...

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

Opening of the Bergen Tunnel. [New York Commercial Advertiser, January 7.J This event took place yesterday afternoon, and was participated in by some four hundred guests, insludiog the members of both Houses of the New Jersey Legislature. At half past twelve o'clock, the _steaiaboat New Haven Mt the Erie Company's pier, at the foot of Duane street, and made for the Long Dock. The day was finewith a bright sun, a clear atmosphere, and a keen breezeadding greatly to the enjoyment of tbe _exoarsioniats. On their arrival at the dock, the cempany amused themselves for a time by inspecting the fi eri, ' buildings, &o-until the steamer John *otierwlta the _oolleotive wisdom of New Jersey, made her appearance. The legislators were accompanied by a goodly representation from the third house, members of the press, Ac After six minutes: the train emerged into the light. A short time was then devoted to examining the works, after whioh the whistle sounded, and the company prepared for...

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

_QAJ*RIAGES! AT PANIC PRICES A LARGE STOCK, AT VERT REDUCED RATES, fiy s. w. Jacobs, No. 626 ARCH STREET_, fes-lm JJEMOVAL. THOMAS & MARTIN HAVE REMOVED FROM No. SIT to No. 389 CHESTNUT STREET. fel-lm ... ;g-.. -- ..-. .,•¦¦ ¦ __-;.: _. ¦; - _R _SHCXieivtA_«ER & Co., GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, AND VARNISHES, Northeast Corner FOURTH and RACE 8treetv. d*4-«m MARTIN * QOAYLE'8 STATIOWEa_^rOT. AND FANCY GOODS . 10«_%_«LN^»TRK3feT, Ml-Wr »«^ ™"I 1ita^>aMML».

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

«« Mark Me. " BY THK BARD OP TOWWR HAMj. There was a man named Jimnij Jonas; I'll sine of him, bo hark ye_. And learn of Jimwhene'er he talked, . Would oft exolaim, ¦• Wow mark me 1" Within a certain bar-room's walls, His friends could ever find him ¦ ¦ — One daywnen there engaged in onat_. An urohm stood behind him; A piece of chalk was id his hand. Bis eyes with mischief glistened As he. attentive in his mien. To Jimmy's spouting listened. " Mark me!" said Jim" that railway stook |a worthless to the _holtisr "—The boy with chalk here made a mark upon the speaker's shoutder; And ev_«ry time he used the phrase, " JKow mark me," in his talking, Ihe urchin sir on Jimmy's back, Displayed his skill in chalking. The boy was seen to make the marts, _Br all the list'ning party_. And soon they gave their _feelij.gs vent in laughter loud and hearty. Poor Jimmy roia. snd in a glass Beheld himself refleoted; He s_>_vw the m_^_rks upon his tack, Then he the cause _suspeoted. " Now ...

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

Reported Loss of the ship David Bhoww.— It is very generally supposed, in the absence of _turther particulars, that the noble ship D. Brown has foundered at sea, to the north of St. _Roque, daring a gale, as a despatch from New Orleans states that two of her orew hed arrived in that city. The vessel belonged to A. A. Low & Bro., of this oity, and had taken in a cargo of wheat at San Francisco, under charter, consigned to _Bicbardsen, Spence, & Co., of Liverpool. The cargo was valued at $82,000. which was insured in Sen York offices. Tae David Brown was spoken on December 24, I860, in latitude 6.53 south,longitude 35 15 west, or about one hundred miles south of Cape f-t. Rcque. She was built by Messrs. Roosevelt, Joyce, & Co., ia this city, and was launched October 8, 1853. She was 1_,T15 tons burden, and rated A 1£. Previous to her departure for San Francisco, in April last, she received a thorough overhauling, and was in an excellent condition for any vo...

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

The Sugar _Uuties. ¦ Louisiana having seceded from the Union, It is suggested that Congress should no longer levy a duty on sugar for tho benefit of sugar manufacturers in a rebel State It is stated that the amount of duties paid en gogar imported into _thl§ country, to protect ihe interest of planters in Louisiana, has averaged more than seven millions per annum for the last five yearsand duriDg the decade just closed has reached the sum.of fiftyseven millions of dollars. In 1880, the valae cf _EHgar imported was $28,931100, the duty on whioh (twenty-fonr per cent ) amounted to $6,943,400. Of the total consumption of sugar in this country, it is estimated that forty percent, is the product of the Louisiana pla&taticni, the value of whiob, we need not say, depends largely, if notal _tegeiber, on the proteotion now enjoyed. Tbe capital invested in the fngar culture is stated by ft New York cutemporary at about thirty millions .ot dollar?but we should think this sum consider...

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

¦ g-_^PBES PRESS. - " ¦¦ _^^_KEBHKD DAILY . (SUNDAYS KXCEPTKD,) _^^_F JOHN" "W. FOBiraTi _^HfflCE I SO 417 GHSSTJUVT BTKEET [^_K DAILY PRESS, _^Hhvs _Cxktis rxB. _Wxsx, parable to the Carrier _^_Hfcd to _Snbsonben oat of the City at Six DolUlks _^^BmriTK. Focr Dollars toe _Eisht Months, ^^¦ l D _oilaub _voe. Six Months—invariably in ad-^^E for the time ordered. _^B ; TRI-WEEKLY PRESS, _^Hfed to subscribers out of the City at Tbsxb Dol-^_Hnfem _Asnum, in advanoe.

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

_FHE WEEKLY PRESS "B wnuT P*m» will i» «•»! t_* _mHm_»_10>»mW mail (per mrbi_, in _uwtu,') at —- ___«a,00 7ire_«Oopie«, " «• . mmmmmm _^m ._^ 0,00 Five *• " « ^^»___M_ 8,00 _»en " " « ......19,00 *** nty " » _« <u an* _nJAr«««).4O,0O _Twe&tr Copie«, or over _cto _sddren _«f eaohmbieriber,}*»_mfc - . . __ _ ,„. - i,so For a Clab of Twenty-ona or o«r«r, w* will Mad a_> extra cow to tht cetter-mp of tti* _Olmb, *ar _Pottmantun _ara re<j«e«te4 tautu _AsvtM feff _Vas _Wnci Fmm. _CAXIFORNfA PRESS, _Iia_^_ert three tim«> * Month, in time for tke _Ct.Ufi>rii.» Bteamen.

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

Tkii MooHTAnr Cohmahdbby No. 10 Knights Templar, of _Altoona, ooBtemplate visiting Harris* burg on the 221 of February, to partioipate _ia the ceremony of raising tbe American flag on the capitol. .. The Anderson Central Texan, of the 19th, reports heavy rains during the week, whioh had caused considerable damage to faimers' lands by washing. — Dr. J. Q IA. _Forster, the gentleman who prevented the raising of the United States flag at Newport the other day, by cutting the halyaidf, _hes btea fined twenty _dolfwi for tht _efftnot,

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

Bp_^I_^_tTWTBCT_^nr _trnTsava. mBfLE_^_SAzSS_^mToSi _, WK_^' _wo< al s _CHESTN UT ST , S_» COMMISSION MERCHANTS 9pp FOR THE SALE OF MILADBLPHIA-MADE ml goods. H£" ,

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

I_^ IDER DY— 5 bbls Older Brandy _^-/ of extra quality, now landing and for sale by _*_v i_5i»n«ii CCSADiirR &CO.. <a? . 1O3 Altt.H: Street.second door above Front. mTE LEAD-i»ure,inanufcctrired and M mm for sale by _WETHJEaiLi. _^ BROTHER, jilt lT»nd *9_^orthgKOOWit.

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

Thb total number of hands employed in the English cotton factories in 1856 was 379,190; the estimated number of persons indtrect_'y dependent in cotton manufactures is 1,000,000. _England obtained from other sources _tbun the United 5t»tti 800,000 palts of cotton.

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

Stats Midical _Sooner.—This oooiety is sow In _Mtrion »t the City Hall, Albany.

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

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

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

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

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

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

_WASHoraToir _cobsispoitdeiice. Letter from " _Occasional." [Correspondence of The Press.] Wasbthgtos_, February 8,1861. When Mr. Webster rose to reply to Hayne, of South Carolina, nearly thirty years ago, he used the following language: " When the mariner has been tossed for many days in _thiolt weather, and on an unknown sea, he naturally avails himself of the first paase in the storm, the earliest glance of the son, to take his latitude, and ascertain howfar the elements havo driven him from his true oourse." Oar party leaders, in these tempestuous and gloomy times, should boldly look the present and tbo future In the face, and take " advantage of the _irp«_sistlble current of events, and see where they are drifting. It is now certain that the policy of resisting an adjustment of our sectional differences must be abandoned. No party can live that adheres to this polioy; and if the ultra _Kepublteans are enabled to commit their organisation tounoompromising hostility to sn...

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

sfi-nr C0N6BISS—-SECOND SESSION _Washihston, Febraary 8 SENATE. , Mr 8EWAHD, of _Newv York, and Mr. HALE_. o '; ln i_^WA f _Dfe6 o_^h1ofmov ertoW_^ _^ e_^ndfn_^he lme for «*_"»/ *«« «»«" m regard to tb&rt MTt&fo?ffln 3 a,8 8aldTe bad the_^t.*of inMne WADiBe a_«ttedin favor of the _extension of the "fhe _dmcussioa waa oontfnaed at some length, arid _^ Mr_^BA 'KCB_^f Mart land, from the' committee of HffiMHBHHK Ktrii further discussion _enened on the _resoiotipn.«» the Chair announced that the hour bad arrived for the consideration of_\he special order, which was the pn-VMr ° WA0^". of Ohio, moved to postpone the prior ord%8 r ' * 8&WA_$_™_oTm¥_YMk * e_7mmdthat h.had , _"r :3_^_&K _JTr_'_nfiJ_^l _^ relatiots with this m&tter wh Sh would render it improper for _,him ,* _« vote. . _ The Bpeoi*l order wm yo-ti.oned.axid the Senate reing- of the _renolution would not allow testimony to be mWl%VG_^$d_%_W$Z*p^^ He ana everybody ought to Wowi...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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