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

Late Hews from the Southern Con ¦ ¦¦- ' ¦ , ¦; ¦ ' . . ¦¦V: :,gress.: . _-;;:V-; . >¦ . :.:¦. .

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

* Storm —Damagk Sustained.—Con-Ale damage was sustained throughout the tut parts of the city by the recent heavy gale_, _mber of chimneys wero blown down and uprooted. The wind was felt in the greatest is the upper part of the city, where the irest blast had fall play. The roof a brick i, at Large'_s mill , on the Asylum road, above iford, was carried bodily off daring the Wow. Frankford several chimneys were blown , fesees suffered, and shingles and other oxarticlea were scattered _promisenously. ighoatthe Twenty-third ward hay barracks blown over, arid their contents were scatter several hay wagons were rolled over and by the force of tho wind, on the road between _tford and the city. jJPanl street, Frapkford, the tin roof of a _tu blown off, striking a man in its descent, itting him badly. Ike Nineteenth ward (the old district of fend) the gale was felt with great severity. Hingin Richmond street, above Cumberland, pd by Mr. Mark Higgins, was unroofed. infinished building at ...

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

KATHARINE AND PETRUCHin. Doors at 1% o'olock; oartain will rise at 7_^ o'olock. ¦ w_^r Prices as usual. AMEEIOAN _AOADEMY OP _MUSIO.— JOHN 8. RARE ¥'8 third L«oture and Exhibition of Horge taminethis (8ATURO AY) KVKNIflG. "Cruiser," and the smallest of the Shetland Ponies in the world, wilt be exhibited, beats may now be secured _^ • . . ¦ ¦ - ¦ ¦ -. .. . - .. ,•_- . n MIcDUNOUGH'S OLYMPIC—(LATE L GAIETES.) RACE 8treet, below • bird. THIS (_SATURDAY) JSVE«I««, February 9, „ .. W| _W _»_B _PEBFOKMED The Magnificent _Bpoctaole enU'led '_ _¦ ¦__, ¦ THE 8EV&N SISTERS, Produced at an expense of over $3,000, _introduoinir THE M08T _GjRGEOUS SCENERY Ever witnessed in _snr Theatre in America. THB B0WE& OF FEHNS and LAKE OF SILVER is a scene of Dazzling Sp:endor. Secure your seats eirly. Remission—farquene,2fi cents; Orchestra,3?o; Family Circle. ISO; Private Box Seat*, 60o. Doors os_*a at8% o'olock; commencing at7_M. _WMKATLEY & UA,.AKillii'3 AiiOli-tfT THK&a...

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

NO PANIC ! ! !_Tfc _er_« w no panic at t»<e N.E. Comer EIGHTH and 8PRINS GARDEN Sts Full Etoob. Fresh Goods Daily, Keeping up Bales. Selling Goods Cheap, and .._«r ,_« - Buying Goods Cheap. All Wool Flannels. Good Large Blanket!. Beautiful Marseilles Qnilts, Piano-Table i>nd Stand _Covers. Power-Loom Table Linens, Best Snirting. Linens, Sheeting, and Pillow-Linens, Damask Table-Linens. _ Crash Diapers, Towels, Ac, Great B eduction in CLOAKSSHAWLSAND SILKS, Fanoy Dress Goods, Pooling, ka.. kc, __- At THORNLEY k CHIEM'S ... «. E. Corner EIGHTH & SPRING _GARDEN Sts, T AST MONTH OF WINTER! *-J ' last Month of Winter. Last Month of Winter. Last Month of Winter. WINTER D_^E88n GOOp|l BBt LOW COST I Winter Dress Goods Below Cost. Winter Dress Goods Below Cost. " ¦' Si 0161" Drew Goods Below Cost, ,i-" _ Winter Dress Goods Below Cost-WE ARE DETERMINED TO KEDl/CE OUR STOCK! We are Determined to Reduce our Stock. We are Determined to Reduce our Stock. We are Determin...

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

_TO * ANTED—In a Wholesale Notion T_.J. Housea first-class SALBSMftN, acquainted with that branch of bumness. and who can _oonnasd a _^d "/ months' trade. Address U R,E, P*," at the office of The Press. fe7-3_t* l_^OR EXCHANGE. —A CHOICE TRACT •¦- of good unimproved farm land m the State of New Jersey, convenient to the citywill be exchanged for oity_^nper ty. Apply at No. 118 FEDERAL Street. _jtt_innnAND _$3,ooo to invest in W^""1 -' Mortgage Seo'irittes on City _Froperty, t, .9_KN B- COL AH AN fel-tf 142 Bon th EIGHTH: Street. FOR SALE AND TO LET. _A fOR SALE — A highly-cultiYated POUNTRY SEAT, containing 7 acres, situate at the intersection of the COUNTY-LINE Road and Judge-avenue Turnpike, in _Montgomery county, one mile from Chestnut Hill station and from station on the _nornstown Railroad. Large STONE MANSION, tenant house, and carriage house, all built in the best manner; grapery, fruits, shade, and shrubbery, in abundance, Apply to C.D.RITCHIE, IE* 839 ARCH Street. g» TO...

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

INSURANCE COMPANIES. RICH ABD B. SMITH, AGENT, NORTHEAST COBNBE WALNUT AND THD_2D STREETS. RETURN 07 THB LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE CO., JANUARY 18ra, 1801. _ESt COKFOBMITY WITH.THE _IiATV OV _TBKMSYXiYAHIA. POSITION OF THE COMPANY.. Subscribed Capital .——. ©10,000,000 Paid-up Capital, 94,361 shares.^— — 943,810 Paid-up Capital and Reserved Funds.... 6,066,_S8S RESOURCES IN UNITED STAT_18. CaRh deposited in _Phcenix Bank and with I «s7 _ui _rs Cammann & Co., Bankers, New York.... J *« ti« _» Cash ia hands of agents and in course of transmission —— _«-. _~— -_—.._—-. 48,000 0 Stocks. Bonds of Citj of Rochester, market _vatiiff:;:.; ' . „_, • _, ¦ ¦ ' .:.„.....;.;:... ¦ .: «..._.. 10.480 00 Stock, Bonds of City of Buffalo, market value S6_.1C0 00 Amount of loans on bond and mortgage on Real .Estate in tha United States, coastitutiner first liens on the same, on which there is less than one year's interest due... 635,800 00 INCOME IN UNITED STATES. Amoun...

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

MERCHANTS' HOTEL—Fourth street, below Aroh, F Lauer, Reading R HE Ware, Columbus, O *! _iss Ware, Columbus, O F C Krause, St Louis H J tiott, Cincinnati _T_«v Ziock, St Louis F M Stafford, New York S E Henry, Blair eo. Pa n N _Farl. New Jersey _Jaa R*ed, Lex, Kt WA Vurtz, LexKjr A H Coyernton, 'V York Jno flough. Bucks oo. Pa Chas Gill, New Jersey Vanghan Smith. Maryland R Leroy, _Baltimore D Clark, Danville. Pesna W R _Voons. WilllaTnsport A H Rosenheim. New York J Strahan, Mflcon, Ga G Chapman, N Carolina 3 Bratten, > lkton, M d L Boardman. Connecticut . VHM UNION—Aroh street, above Taint. Oscar Harrington, Boston D DavidsonNew York Jos K Geddings, N Jersey J no Woolm&n N Jersey Miss Long, New Jersey WB Whitaker & fa, Pa J L Stephenson, Chester co 3 G _Readinj;, New Jersey H C _Woodnutt_, Delaware R H Long, Lancaster J N Pjle- Maryland _Saml Kink, York co Benj Ritter, York co W S Jannej ,MD,KJ JONB8' HOTEL—Chestnut street, above Sixth. John C Gifting, Ne...

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

The Money Market. Philadelphia, Feb. 8,1861. A dull day at the Stock Board to-day resulted in the fall of Reading Railroad shares i>and a decline of Sohuylkill Navigation stock to 8i for the common, 15i for the preferred, and a corresponding general deoline for the fanoy stocks. State and City Loans maintain previous quo _tations. Bank stocks are firmly held, but Passenger Railway shares are doll, and the general tendency of prices is to lower figures. The money _market is unchanged in any respect from the condition it has maintained for several days past. The following is the tonnage of the Reading Railroad lor the week ending Feb. 7,1861: Tom. This week. _~....... —«. _~~.. ¦¦¦¦¦.... _«.. 19,871 " " last year-..~...-~.~~..-»~........ tt,77J _Decfsse _^. .;. .„...:.__. __ ¦ _„ 1,901 The following is the amount of coal shipped over the Huntingdon and Broad Top Mountain Railroad, for the week endirjg Wednesday, February 6,1861, and since January 1,1861: Week. Previously. T...

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

_JJOYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, FIRE AND LIFE, OF LIVERPOOL. ~——- -~** 310,000,000 . —• ~~ 3.668,166 ~ — - — 417,450 FUNDS, &S FOLLOWS: Capital Invested _. — $1415,326 Fire _JReserved Fund._« — 300 COO Lifa Fund - 951.«0 Annuity and Endowment Fund W2 9M Creditof Profit and _LoiS.—*- ... - .._<. ':.:¦¦ ' 143,540 _$_9,S58,160 The investments in Great Britain were oarefnlly examined by the Vice Conanl of the United States at Liverpool, and under date of January 11,1861, are stated, under his official hand and seal, to be as above; and the investments in United States Securities are vouched for in aoiifiilar manner by a Notary Public of the oity of New York, tmder _*rt9 of January 19,1361. FIRE BRANCH. Fire Insurance of all _dessriptions will be effected at moderate rates of premium, whilst the large Capital of the Company forms an absolute security to the assured* FIRE PREMIUMS, 1859_^-.-.——..—$1,141,370. LIFE BRANCH. Rates of Premium moderate for those insuring without...

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

DIET) BARNET.—On the 7th instant, Eliza Barnet_.inthe 69th year of her age. _Thforelatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of Mrs. Smith, No. 802 Nineteenth street, above Brown, this {Saturday) afternoon- 9th mst., at 2 o'olook. without further notice. To proceed to Konaldson's Cemetery. ¦¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦: ' ¦ ' . - ¦¦¦¦¦ , ¦-¦. ¦¦ . . * _ BOATMAN.—On tho S:h instant, Jane, wife of David Bowman. "" ' . ,:. ,-' Funeral from the residenoe of • her husbandAlain streetGermantojrn, ihis (Saturday; _aiteraoon, at 1 oclocic. ',... — ¦ » BREI8H.—On the 6th instant, _Mrt. Mary, widow of the late Joshua Breiahaged 69 years. . Funeral from her iate residence, corner of _Poplar and Lawrence streets, formerly Apple, to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon, at 1 o'clock. * BO YD.—Suddenly; on the 7th inst.. Sarah Bovd. _ralint of the late William Uoyd, aged 73 years. * _fc BRADY.—On the 7th icst., Mrs. Mary Brady, wife of Richard Brady, aged 3B ye...

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

MAP OF THE CRITTiNDEN < OM* PROMISE LINE.-The _PHILADELPHIA IN-(_J.U1RER of to-diur (Saturday) contains a HANDbuMMLY ENGRAVED MAP, showing the boundaries of the new STATE OF KAB8A8 and the CRIl'Ti!>NDEN COMPROMISE _LlwB. togetherwith a full statement of tbe CBIl'TBNDEIf A»D _fiOKJDBR _SToTE •-RO POSITIONS. Price two oents. _Cffioe 121 _touth TfllRB Street It M AP OF THE CRITTffNDEN OOMp romise LI«E.-The PHILADELPHIA INQ._UIRKR of to-day _iSaturday) contains a HANDSOMELY _ENGRAVED MAP, showing tne boundaries of the new8TATROF KANSAS and the CRITTENDEN _COMPROMISE LINE, together with a fall statement ot tbe CRITTEWDEN AwD BORDER STATE _PHOPOSITIONS. Price two cents. Office 1»1 South THIRD Street. " It TH1 FIRM Or* BIRCH ALL & BAKER is this day dissolvedby mutual consent. The business of tbe firm will be settled at the old stand, corner of BROAD and SANSOM Streets; fe9-3t* THE C H E APE S T VISITING-CARD PHOTOGRAPHS in the city can be had at RKIMER'S Gallery, ...

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

xf DEAN & CO.'S, 335 CHESTNUT _^ | _»_I^!^^ FOURTH Street, Cin-05 it I_)k AN & ' GO'S, 148 DEARBORN Street, Chicago, !§!__P_^^ _«ew _^A * fcEAN. ' ' ft CO.'S, 8 ARCADE, Rochester, New _^ A_^bEAN k CO.'B, next post office, _Harruburg, _^_to _' EAN^' CO.'S335 CHESTNUT Street, PMladelphia, Pennsylvania can fiuy A first-rate Vest Cham — ~—-for SI W A i ady's Keck Cham • 1_« \ W A Lndv_'8 Lava Set... ~~ —• •• - l°* i ?? for 1 00 A _Lady's Onyx |_StUZZ _ia'sGtS_^ot n::::::::;:":::::^| § i_^G_^_iosom_^df:.:::::_^ S AGoldSearf-Fin.— _»...for 100 A Set Silver P. Tea Spoons. for 1 00 A Set Silver P. Forks.-— .....for 1ft) A Mlver P. Salt Stand—— • • • •• - •£* 1 W A Set Silver P. Knives—. .........for 1 00 A Silver P. Mug, engraved .—=.... ..for 1 00 A Silver P. Spoon Cup.-_^.. -—• _~™.. for 1 00 a Silver P. Wine Cup, Gold lined .... .for 100 A Gold Band Brace et—_ _— for 100 A _fctiniamre Bracelet— -tor 100 A Link Bracelet-_^- —— • • • «$>* } _» ACoral Brnoeiet — —...

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

Common Sbnsh rulbs ran Mass of the _PxoptB, whatever the misnamed and misanthrope Philosophers may ray to the contrary. Show them a good thing; let its merits be clearly demonstrated, and they will not hesitate to give it their most cordial patronage. The masses have-Already ratified the Judgment of. a physician concerning the virtues of HO3TKTTER'8 BITTERS, as may be seen by the _immense quantities of this medicine whioh are annually sold in every seotion of the land. It is now recognized as greatly »nperior to all other remedies yet devised for diseases of the digestive organs, such as Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Dyspepsia, and for the vanr.us fevers that arise from derangement of those portions of the system. fiOBtetter'_s name is rapidly becoming a household _Wotd, from Maine to Texas, from the shores of the Atlantio to the Paoific. Try the article, and be satisfied. ' \ Sold bj *ll druggists in the world. DYOTT & CO., Agents. No. 232 i_^orth SECOND Street, Philadelphia. ieS...

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

The Storm at _Gbemaniowk.—The tre _mendons wind of Thursday night produced some baneful effects upon the property of oitisens, as will be notioed elsewhere. In the rural districts its _track was unimpeded and its results more disastrouB. AH the telegraph lines were blown down, and in some cases trees of _immease ails prostrated. The roof of the passenger railway station, in the upper part of Qermantowa, was partially torn away by the wind. A building attached to MoCallum'_i carpet faotory, near Mt. Airy, was similarly injured. At Nioetown, a row of ooal-sheds in the yard of John Hewlett, was completely demolished. In the _Qennantown station-house thirty miserable people Bought shelter from the storm. _Titis was-mn unusual number for the T weniy-secondward station. Nakrow _Esqapk pbom Explosion.—At foar o'clock yesterday afternoon a druggist named Proctor, at southwest corner of Ninth and Lombard streets, was preparing some chemicals with ether, when an explosion ensued. Both t...

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

MARINE INTELLIGENCE. SEE FOURTH PAGE. _/"RKivElJ Steam tug J F Starr, Maull. 6 hours from Reedy Island without a tow. Passed yesterday morning, at anchor above Reedy Island, ship John Trucks and bark Annie Kim ball, both from Liverpool. The City Ioe BoRt left Reedy Island a 17 o'clock on Friday morning, and proceeded down with bark White Win?., for I_>agu_%yra, in tow. Tbe brig Adelne, for London, was . at N ew Castle Piers, The _Bteamtng America, with ship Frank" fioult, for Liverpool,in tow,passed Marcus Hook at 11 AM. Ship Arn E Hooper in still aground at the Horce Shoe, on a muddy bottom, and ship tight. (_Correspondence or the Philadelphia Exchange, t _, CAPE ISLAND. N. J. Feb 7,7 P M. A terrible gale of wind from the NW has prevailed here to day, and continues without cessation. No vessels m signt inward or outward bound. Weather extremely cold. Yours. __ THOS. B. HUGHES. Freight list of the cargopf the Hanoverian brig Adeline, cleared by Messrs. Workman k Co. for Lon...

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

CITY ITEMS _Populabity —In every instance where _;_ersons have acquired a permanent popularity, the cause is found in the merit of the individual. Some have acquired a brief faint by appearsnoes, but time always tests the merit. - In connection we wish ta mention Mr. D. w. Clark, of 602 Chestnut street, asdeaervedljr popular, and growing more so daily, simply upon the merits of his business. It is consoling in these days to find salesmen who will represent goods as they are; such are to be found at D. W. Clark's Great One Dollar Store, No, 60S Chestnut street. Go m and look at his goods; you art sure to be treated politely, whether yon wish to purchase or not. One visit to his beautiful store will convince yon that dark's is the place of the oity. ' His motto is, "Task YodrChoick fo» Osk Dol-1AH " The Coi,i> Skap akd its Effkcts.—As might be supposed, the keen weather of the last fewdaya ban sent crowds of customers to tbe Fans Mantilla, Clcak and Fur Emporium of _Mes...

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

_ry_^5=» NOTICE.-THE RIGHT REVEREND IL3 BISHOP POTTKR will ndmm<8ter tbe Bite of Connrmattoo in 8t John's Church, P. E., on BROWN Ptreet. below Third, on SUNDAY AFTERNOON NEXT, at$& o'clock. it* rv-5=_» ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONCENTRAL LL3 HIGH SCHOOL.—The Nineteenth Annual Address, before tbe_t Alumni _Association will be delivered Street. B. W. HOWARi_*. _fr9 5t* ¦ President =» ALUMNI ASSOCIATIONCENTRAL : H'G . H BOHCOL.—The semi-annual meeting of Alnmni Association will be held nn WEDNESDA _> KVENI»GFebruary IS, 1861, at 7_X o'clockat the High School BuildingBROAD and GREBN Streets. Tickets for the Commencement will be issued to members on that evening. D. W_". HOWARD, _President. CHARLES BUCKWALTER_.Seoretary. fe9-«» ry-3=» PHII._ADELPHIA _SABBATiTsCHOOL _UsJ _ASSOCsATlOW.—The Philadelphia Sabbath-Bononl A««ooiation will be held on MONDAY EVENING, February 11, in the Church on SANSOM Streetabove _Jttichth. at half past 7 o'clock. _Interestine _statements may be ...

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

_TTWm PASSENGER RAILWAY NOTICE.-LK5 At a Meetin_? held _tbis day, ('"ehTum 7,1861,) of the BO_%RD _»¥ PRKPI0ENT8 of the PASSENGER RAILWAYS of the city of _Pniladelnhia, the following Roads bein_? represented, visS: CHESTNUT ANm Wn tjNJJT, TENTH AND ELK VENT». MARKET-«TR_1_?KT, FIPTtt AND SfXTH. ARCH AND FATRMOUNT. RACK AND _VtNE, SECOND AND THIRD. SPRUCE AND PINE, GIRARD COLLEGE, _FWURTH AND EIGHTH. THIRTEENTH AND EMLTJSENTH. SEVEkTEENTH AND NINETEENTH, AND GRBEN _AWD OOAT * -S. it wa# unanimously j-ereed tbat from and nfwi- • BBRUAKY KINTH the PRICE _»f an KXOHANOE TICKBT Shall be 8EVKN CENTS; (good only on the d*y _issuad,) _andaSINGLB _FaRR FIV'<: CENTSas heretofore. The exchanges with all the Koad<i Will therefore be resumed on SATURDAY, February 9. fe8-3t _nfs =» OFFICE OF THE RELIANCE MUUv5 TUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, OF PHILADELPHIA. Febrxtary 6,1861. At an Eleotaonhe'd on tbe 4_{h instant, ifi purouance of the Charter, tho _following named gentlemen were unanim...

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

Thr Qricat JTorss Tamer.—Mr. Rarey is as tonishing the admirers of horseflesh here by his exploits with untamed steeds. He takes in hand the most savage of eauinesand he usually brings them to terms In about fifteen ' minutes. There is nothing very remaTkable about the appearance of tho great tamer. He J_« a Rood looking man, with a benevolent faae and a firm eye, and he always presents an elegant and gentlemanly aepearanoe, from the fao* that he invariably dresses in the garments made at the Brown Stone Clothing Hall of Rookhill & Wilson, Nos. 603 and 605 Chestnut street, above Sixth. NavEE Look Sad.— Never look sad—there's nothing so bad As getting; familiar with sorrow; Treat him to-d&y in a cavalier way, Aad he'll seek other quarters to-morroW. Never look sad—there's nothing so bad; If the clothing you wear do not suit you, To Granville Stokes go, whose pnoes are low, Get a suit and a present " to boot," too. A splendid stock of Over, Business, Frock, and D...

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

_AMUSEMENTS _J_^ _MERIOAN A0ADEM5_T OF MUSIC. JOHN S. EAREY WILL GIVE HIS THIRD LECTURE AND EXHIBITION OF HORSE TAMING, ON THIS (_SATURDAY) EVENING, February 9t at half past Seven, Set'eral excellent subjects have been engaged tor the PRACTICAL ILLUSTRATION Of this Lecture. Among them an extremely bad Stallion, the properly of J. Hillings, £s(i., of Bristol. This horse is five years old, has never been mounted, and so _vioious that it is with great difficulty and'danier that, hn m fed. Also, a horse from the Second and Third-street Railroad Company, in this city, of tho moat vioious ana dangerous _propensities; ia faoti tha terror of all abou thestablea. The Horses will be introduced and subjugated in the prestnee of the audience, in addition to " Cruiser" and i he Shetland Ponies, the beautiful Arab horse "Caliph," presented by the _Pashaw of Egypt to a gentleman in this oity. _^% _Adii iasion—Farquette, Parquette Circle, and B»lcony, .91. All the reat of the house 60 cents...

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