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

PBI _YI W E L LS—OWNERS OP PEOPERTY.-.The _. only place to get Privy Walla (Jleansedsjid _Disinfects at verylowpnoM. _" 9UM im-lmm •_olo^/h_^^_._miAWi

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

A Proposition for Adjustment. [For The Press.! ' ? In this hour of our country's danger aad . gloom, springing oot of unhappy controversy, it becomes the duty of every American citizen who loves the Union and its glorious institutions, to'do everything in his power to preserve the best and freest Government the world has ever seen. -We should all feel there is a danger, and that the hour of trial will soon be upon tut, in this country, which will decide, for " weal or woe," the fate of our Government, established by the labors and patriotic efforts of tried-.and faithful guardians of human liberty, for themselves and their'posterity. As a Republican who oast my vote at the last Pre sidential election for Abraham Lincoln, and did so with a firm conviction that I #ss doingjmj duty to my country, I am induced to offer for consideration, through your paper, the _followfog propositions aa a basis of settlement of ibe_^_wriSr all-absorbing _qaeetia»«<»_fkiSa«{can _slavery. I am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1861. late and Death to Manchester. Manchester, which may be called the Cottonopolis of EDgland, appears terribly alarmed at the prospect of a diminished supply from the Southern States of America. The last news from _tbat smoky city of spindles is to the effect that an influential meeting (which means a meeting of the mill-owners-wh© become millionaires by working up cotton into calicoes and muslins, by aid of machinery and the lives of factory-children)—well, that an influential meeting had been held there "to devise measures to relieve the cottontrade from the anxiety resulting irom the dependence on the Southern States of America. Resolutions were passed recommending efforts commensurate with the impending danger to prevent calamities; approving the steps taken for the formation of a Cotton Company; and expressing the desire that the company recently launched should commence operations without delay." This is all very well, but cotton differs from th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

'G ™?« . jepnWican and Democratic : Union Meeting at _Pottsnlle. (Correspondence of The _freta.] , ;.:.. _^ ._PoTTsvitM Jan. 31,1861. Unclosed please find resolutions passed at our town meeting last* night. You will find that of most of those who signed the call, _aad tea out of .the thirteen on the committee of resolutions were Betfublioans_, one Bell arid Everett, and two Democrats. The enoiosed resolutions were unanimously adopted. Tie meeting was led off by the Bepublioans: A large _asd enthusiastic body of _oitizeas of P«ttavilu> , and _vioiaity, assembled at the Townhall, on Wednesday evening, 30Ui instant, pursuant to adjournment, to take into consideratloa tie propriety of _fastruotiug their Representatives in the State and National Legislatures _ooaceraiag the proposed measures for the restoration of harmony to our country. -...,>. At eight o'clock the mee«n| _*as sailed to order by the chairman of the committee, and _oreaaised as follows: ' *•' President—Ho...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

THE SECESSIONISTSCONVENTION . At Montgomery, Alabama, First and Second Days ' Proceedings. FIRST DAY. MontgomeryAla., Monday, February 4,1861. —The Convention met to-day at 124 o'clock, in the Senate Chamber of the Capitol. Mr. Wm. P. Chilton, one of tie deputies from Alabamacalled tie Convention to order, and moved that the Hon. R W. Barnwellof South Carolina, be elected temporary chairman. The motion was agreed 4x>. Mr. Barnwell took tie chair, and said that he thanked tie Convention for tie confidence reposed aad honor conferred in oall ing Urn to the positiea of chairman.' He then called upon Rev. Dr. Basil Manley to offer a _prayer. The Reverend Doctor addressed the Throne of Grace as follows: " Oh, Thou God of the Universe, thou _madest all things—Thou madest man upon the earth—Thou last endowed him witl reason aad capacity for government. We thank Thee-that Tlou last made us at this, late period of tho ~ " world, aad in this fair portion of the earth; apd haste...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

Our New York Letter. ENCOUKAqiNa FOB . ' iHB FOOE—LIBERALITY OF A DBfPHCT OFFICIAIi —• GREAT PREPARATIONS TO CBLBBEATK _WASHISGTOH'S BIRTHDAY_^ HBAVT FAII.UBBS—GSOROB ASHHC2_T AND THE CABINET—THI BBNICIA _BOT GOBS INTO THE _ZOOLOGT BUSINB8S—-THE SKATING MANIA ; A KOTKt S_^A-•HSU C10B — MB. ?0ERBST — JIAPAJfE ASHA BI8I0P. ¦•: ;.-_' ¦ ":: ' . ['Jorrespondencs of The Fress.l . Nbw Yobk, Feb. 9,1861. Notwithstanding tie _vaat numbers of persons that the depression in _basinesa has thrown oat of employment, it is stated, in. official quarters, that the amount of relief required by tie poor from tie various associations for tleir relief, las not tins far this winter exceeded tie calls made by them _iaatyear, aad is much lighter than after the great financial crash of 1857. Mr. A. Y. Stoutpresident of tie Sloe end Leather Bankformerly City Chamberlain, las again walked into the affections of the policeas he did two years ago. The annual tax levy not yet having passed, the police oannot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

ME _WEEKLY PEE8S K_1W VOLUME 1-1861. B_*_TEEXLY PRESS will enter nporf * New V_»- B the New Year. _^fe, merely, that onr paper _bas been ¦_uwSeMfnU K to give far too weak and indefinite an idea Hfcemtion—for, not only has EjffHS WEEKLY PRESS _Ktttlithed on a secure and permanent foundation, _^E#b reality, a marvellous example of the decree Htnthioh a rightly -conducted ¦Beary, political, and newb h_£ journal IHkre at the hands of a bberal and enlightened _^^P*r most grateful thanks are tendered for the _^_Hbttready bestowed upon usand we shall spare _^^^Hpiohmay serve to render the paper even _^^Hp lve. useful, and popular in the future. _^^ ¦_ptriCAL course of THE WEEKLY PRESS _^^^_Hfe enlarged upon here. _Indapendont. _stsad _r_> _^^_Hvb, it has battled, unw&verinf Iy_*and _xe&lons iSBBBBUiae of the ¦ FBHTS OF THE PEOPLE ^¦BIECUTIVE DSURPATION, and unfair and _^^H ilegislation; ever _declaring and adherinr to _^K ie that POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY oonsti-^H...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

RETAIL DRY GOODS. LAST MONTH OF WINTER! Last Month of "Winter. Lsat Month of Winter. Last Month of Winter* LiMt Month of' Winter-WINTER DRESS GOODS BELOW COST! Winter Dress Goods Below Cost. W|nter Dress Goods Below Cost. Winter Drert Goods Below _Cost. Winter _Dreas Goods Below _Coat_> WE ARE DETERMINED TO REDLCE OUR STOCK! ' . • ¦ ¦¦ We are Determined-to Reduce onr Stock. - We are Determined to Reduce our 8tock. "We are Determined to Reduoe our Stock. - We are Determined to Reduce one-Stock. ADAMS * SON, EIGHTH AND ARCH! Adams & Son, Jftgbth and Arch. - Adams & Bon, Eighth and Arab.. Adams & 8on_, Eighth and Arch. Adams & Son, Eighth and Arch. faMtt NO PANIC!!! There la no p&nio at t>>e N. E. Corner EIGHTH and SPRING GARDEN 8ta Full Stock. Fresh Goods Daily, Reeping up Sales, Selling Goods Cheap, and . , -«• ,_«- _Bnnne _Gooda Cheap. AH Wool Flannels. Good Large Blankets, Beautiful Marseilles Quilts, Piano-Table and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

Southern r J rade with the North. "Nothing is more sensitive than commerce j and political shocks, _whicn fora long JE_»riod are scarcely felt by the masses in agricttltiiral districts, speedily create wide-spread distress and rain is great business centres. It may be deemed by some very philosophical and patriotic to utterly disregard ail mercantile con. siderations in conducting the affairs of our country, and to be indifferent whether _Jhoae whese energy in making the necessary •interchanges between producers and consumers has contributed immensely to the prosperity, of our ceuntry fail or sneceed in their operations But we confess that we infinitely prefer, bustle and activity to dulness and panic; and if, with out any disgraceful surrender of principle, tbe former may be substituted for the latter, _Buch an object is certainly well worthy of tte attention of statesmen, whose real duty it; is not to ruin, for the sake of abstract opinions and unpractical theories, their countr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

GROCERIES. IAKER 8WE'* T CORN gjOtBIiOW'g GREEN COitN, _feFKENGH _TOMATOBB, _REACHES, m GREEN PEAS, tc, *o. gt,BERT O. ROBERTS, _p SEALER IN talNE GROCERIES. |tf Comer ELEVENTH and VINE Street*. _LMILX FLOUR, _SULDK FtilM CHOICE WHITE WMEAT. _[ O. H, MATTSON. K-«ot. AJLSft ami TENTH street* _aall ft SKWING MACHINES. THE PRESS. UBHBD DAILY, _(SUHDATS KXCBPTBD_.) JOHN W. _ffOH.lJB'S' * )_T¥IGB NO 417 0HE_8TKUT BX&SBZ DAIIiV PRESS. ll.vx Cbhts pxb Wbbx, payable to the Came*- led to _Salaonbera out of the City at Six Dollabs Awmdm_. _Fotra _Dollass *o_* _Eisbt Mouths, eb Dollaxs fos Six Mohths—invaria bly fa *d~ I for the time ordered. TRI-WEERLY PRESS, led to _TObwribem out of the City at Them Boi-Mtt Aniujm, in _advanoe. COMMISSION _HOUSTBS. _5SrrHAZA55r_^H5_iSiniS_>N, _^ NO. lia CHE8TN0T ST, COMMISSION MERCHANTS FOR THE SALE OF iilLADELPHIA-MADE IlRRIS' BOtJJDOlK I SEWING MACHINE. fcfft&ftS&K FOB dDftriM AND £; HEAVY WORK. Kaew from two spool* wit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

DRY GOODS JOBBERS «PKIN_« _TKAJDJB JOSHUA JL. _BAILY, IMPORTER AND JOBBER, NO. 313 MARKET STREET, PHILADELPHIA, Is now prepared to offer to CASH AND S_0_UND0_H1DIT BUYEKS One of the most attraotive Stocks of FANCY AND _STAPLE DRY GOOD8 TO BE FOUND IN THIS MARKET. We invite special attention to our - _IjINKN DEPARTMENT. Which at this time oomprises a full assortment of our own importation in SCOTCH AND IRISH DAMASK TABLE LINENS, 2>AMA8K _TABItS _CLOTkSt NAPKINS AM) DOYLIES, T0_WBL8 AND TOWBLLINBS, PILLOWUNENS, HEAVY SHIRTING LINENS, FINE _FROSTINO LINJKN8, LINEN CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS. ETC. IN WOOLLENS. Beside the usual variety, we offer the celebrated _WASHINGTON FLJNNELS_, In all widthB. BLEACHED AND BROWN COTTONS, Bought dunne the panic, for nle greatly below present prioei. We have, also,« fall line of QUILTS. In the following makes: ALLSNDALE, BATES, MANCHESTER, and LANCASTER Also, MARSEILLES QUILTSt Of all sizes. We have made arrangements to receive a supply...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

_WPiue watch repairing KS0N8 HAVING FIN8 WAT0H13 i_^hat have hitherto Riven no _aatisfaetion to tie Hn are invited to bring them to our storewhere Diet* era be remedied by thoroughly _iktlfal and Bpe workmen, and the watch warranted to five Bwc * _orf£?Mn»cal Boxes, &c, carefully pnt in ¦peerdeT. FARR & BROTHER ¦Men of _Watohea. _MumoalBoxea. Clock*. &o.. ¦ _r 3«* _CHESTNUT Street, below Fourth. fF CABINET FUBBTITURE. _ilMOVAL. §". & J. ALLEN& BRO.; iiotfuHy inform their friends and customers that Ftoej have removed from No. 2_«0 South Ski 8KC0M9 Street to their NEW HTORE, §S_«9 CHESTNUT STREET, Mf taer mil have _alwajs on hand a fine assortment IffcOSEWOOD_, WALNTJT, AND OAK _R FURNITXJRF; ¦fc they will sell at leu than their foraer pricesin HBenoe of _havinc greater facilities for business, Kiif under legs expense. Evrei _pectfally solicit a call before purchasing ¦Mere. jaW-Sm P.RRIAGEB! %T PANIC PRICES fe . A LARGE STOCK, W AT pE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

_IfgW YOBK ADVERTISEMENT. ¦ *~^~^a _^ _*i<_i»_y<<~~'>_'^'>~^*<< _'> _'_* l<>^»~^<< "*_MI _'1 _'_s ***> **_'''**''^* * _pffBW YOEK_, 81 AND 81 FEANKLIN S_¥EBBT, WEST OF BROADWAY. WICKS. SMITH. & CO. Are now _peering, by the package, an ENTIRELY NSW STOCK, Embracing their SPRING PREPARATION or MBDnm-wBiMn BRITISH IXRESSGOOr>8 Of Styles and Fabrics _atrictly THEIR OWN. WICKS, SMITH, tc CO , £B$-wfftm6t* Impoiten, New York.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

T WILL OPEN ON SIXTH PAY, the 8th -I initsnt, the following . Poods, purchased from the stock of a large house which has been unfortunate; One tot of _IMieV GIovm, _^6, _worthiJK. One lot of fidW Gloves, UK> worth M. One lot of gent* ' Olov_#s, l»*h worth «. cSe lot of gents' Gloves. IS*, worth _Sjr% _ Five lott of ladies* mmto H_«e, If Ji. _worft ». FivaloteofSuspeBdersatTiBe-Worth«. . Five toto ofgenMt; L. C. _Handkerchief a_*all prices. Several lot* of Hair Brushes, and many ether kinds of goods at _grett sacrifice. An early _epaunatipn _Fi» profitanro_^ ** _^3§ |l9 1 A_^E SUet, T INENS, _SHIRTINaS, SHEETINGS. jLJ Fronting. Shirtingand Pillow _LifljNJf. Material for fine shirts, . Luten* aad Muslins by the piece, _Good _^ FlwmeJ. and TicWmw. a t-AoLtlH _JJAJJ_1AOK.O. Superb stock Tabje Cloths and Damasks, Good Napkins, Lar*# Damask Towels Doyliesextra large sad fine Table Cloths, All at the lowestprju«a,ai retailor BY THE Q . U iOfTITY, cheap forouh. COOPKR *; _CONARD. J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

THE WEEKLY PRESS. Wmm fimi FM,, „*,! u „!_,_to _wweribew ty wall (Mr _anniML. l& mdwmmm,) _«t _«8.0O _jin „ „ tg 8,0Q •mntv •• w - ¦¦ ¦' ¦ ..19,00 SSo«M;«.*r isss_^80 _'00 eMkrabMriber,) ee«» _rJlIL_^rJl. i,M For a Club of Twenty-one o_, over, we will MBa aa •xtra copy to the getter-mpof tkeClsfe. •^_wSoSSSS1T*™«*4 *• «• - **«*>'« CAXJFORNIA PRESS, _taaad three time, a Month, ia timefor tie O*m»rnla

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

rfH) MERCHANTS, M. TO _BANKERS. TOEMGINBERg. TO ARTISTS. TO STATIONERS Use the celebrated Jaokspn's Leads ' -and Pencils, the oldest and neat make m this ooaarry.&t .„„ JOHN H. _©_TOKJJS, Agent JalB-tf 708 ARCH Street. MARTIN -* QUAYLK'S STATIONBgr. TOY, AM> FANCY GOODS 10*g WALNUT BTR_^kT_,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

LATEST~~ NEWS By Telegmpb. to The Press. FBOM _WASfflTOf _Off. Special _Despatch* to " Tie Press." _WAsmscraoN, February 10,1881. The Peace Con gress. The proceedings of this body are still conducted under the seal of secrecy, but we learn that the select committee has sot yet made a report, nor has any definite action been taken by that oommittee. Yesterday, Mr. _Dttdixt Fi»», of New York and Mr. Cbowwihshikmi, of Massachusetts, took thelrseataasmemberaofthesame. It isstatedthat the latter desired first to set a record of the grievances «ompiaised of by the South. He is reported to have made a passionate address, and to have interfered with the utmost harmony and good _feelisg whioh had previously marked the deliberations of the committee; Mr. Gdthbub, Judge Ruffih, and others spoke in reply, the latter taking eminently conservative ground and eliciting the _deeiSed approbation of the members from Ohio, Indiana, and the other Border States, slave and free. Judge Whctb, (the m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

WASHINGTON CORKESPONDENCE. Letter from < * Occasional." [Correspondence of The Press.] Washington, Feb. 10,1861. It would appear, from the proceedings of tbo Southern conspirators, assembled at Montgomery, Alabama, that they are progressing in tne formation of their Confederacy with considerable unanim ity. They have already offered to the European Governments the double bribe of free trade and a promise, _made, probably, on the basis of Punic faith, to resist the ope ning of the African slave trade. This ia also intended as a temptation to the Border slave S tates—as an assurance to Virginia that they do not design interfering with her commerce In negroes, and to tbo public opinion of Kentucky, Missouri, North Carolina, Tennessee, and Maryland against the foreign slave trade. The last intelligence is to the effect that _Jeffsrsen Davis has been eleoted President, and Alexander H. Stephens Vice President. You will perceive how closely the example of the two French Revolut...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

36TH _COSfilKiiCOSD SESSION _WAsHtKoios , _February 9, issi. ¦ _SBfATlsV " The VICE PRF/*1DF.NT announced that he had reoeived the resolution of the Demooratio State Conventl OM_»otlon was made mm to its reception on the eround thaTit wm not especially _addrewed to the Senate. Aft*r *ome disoasnon, tbe resolution wa« received—y* Mr. 3S 8wW *A 1 K0. of N_?w YorV. _pracentftd petitions ukmK for a _eettlemelrt orth_? diffiqu tt_*o of the country_, anrt also th" resolutions of |h« _Lerislature of tfew York. Mr. _CRITrBNDKi". of Kentttpkr. pre_«_pntcd the _urmorial of oittzen* of "Rentttoky in favor of the Cru-WWd r! C_^_lTllfD BN. of _Kentookr. »rwe>Ud the resolutions of the Demooratio State Convention of Conneotieut, and a larte number of petitUWJf-Mr.KfNG_.of New York, _presented the petition oi oitizena of the State of New fork earnestly r_»mon«tra ting aeainet any legislation extending slavery in the TM?. _*_3?BN EYCK presented the _resolutipms of the Re • publican memb...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

A Ship Soak in the Delaware -Two Hen Drowned. Yesterday afternoon, at one o'clock, the gy p John Trucks, Capt. J. P. Lindsay, arrived at Arch street wharf, on the Delaware, in a sinking state. The vessel had started from Delaware City ewlj in the morning, under tow of the city ice-boat, When near New Castle, she was eat through by tbe drift-ice, and oommenoed to fill with water. All effort* to lighten her were made, and she w_»B kept afloat until her arrival, a» stated. When the vessel reached her wharf, the captain made an effort to save her, by hauling her broadside-ward open _«he shallows, at tbe head of the lower dock. Toe vessel being two hundred sad twenty gix fBet long, and the dock but two hundred and ten feet wide, it was found teat she could not be hauled clear of the wharves. A " tug was procured, boo * tbe Stem ' Of' tlie snipwas towed m towards _Arqli Btreet. her stern lying outward and down _stream At two o'clock, the dow suns in. .ten teet water, but the stern rem...

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