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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 12 February 1861

ICOAIi H0U_8_EK_1EPEBS LOOK TO TOUB _XNTBREST1-BUY YOUR GOALiatlOCW. where nothing but the very best I>««w_* _5? i _*_J_* haylklU fohuilkiU. " 7t _^ "'"•: 1.M " WaffaSSdfrsV fram Sato or _HmC»jpd|allw*iEhtat HICKS' Vard_«outh_«ast corner of MARSHALL and WILLOW. Call and See. jaH-3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 12 February 1861

_. . „ 819,306 CO DISBURSEMENTS. Fire Losses....—.———"- _*f-5SS Ix_^n*?^ _TAdvirtiffig_^S; J« B. .v Salaries ...-,..,,, ,-,_• ,- z,7sooo Dividends of J anuary and July-.. - 8 3ag a j 18,193 93 GEO. W. DAY, _PrOTident. . ¦' FRANCIS N. BUCK. Vice PrBBident. WILLIAMS I. BLANC«ARD,Seoret*_rT. JaM lZt

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 12 February 1861

DIRECTORS ?o | hiya wi i?(tiiui> _'1 i _ttttr _idTOrd _' aKntgnt, jiobert Shoemaker, SAMUEL S. MOON, Secretary. f67_'6t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 12 February 1861

PRIVATE SALES At snvaie saie several _iarge _oonsignme&ta oi _«_uda iftveiry, booksstationery, silver-plated warecraw? fancy gooes, fro. To whioh ib solioited _theBtcecticci: oity and qountry merchants and others. Consignments solicited of all kinds of _merohaoU for aither public or private sales. _is _y Liberal cash advanoes made on _oonsircmontt, Out-door sales promotlv attended to.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 12 February 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 12 February 1861

REAL ESTATE SALE-FEBRUARY 26 Orphans' Court Sa'e—Estate o» Henry _Hnis._decea._^ -BU»INKS8 6T*ND.-3-story briok «tore aid _Sw - ing_, southwest corner of Eichth and _Coatss street/ is _oocupisd as a crooery store and dwelling,aad1 . Booitbu_«_iues« stand. •* ELEGANT BROWN-STONR RH8IDFNCE »., Stable and Coaoh-house, No. 1619 Walnut simt.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 12 February 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

THE GIT Y. MEETING OF THE BOARD OF CONTROIi; rhe Committee on the Forged , Bailey Circular _; V» Discharged- .. * Worcester's Speller and Hillyard's Reader" ; Adopted. • • _r A stated meeting of this body was held yesterday afternoon at their ohamber in the Athenaeum building. A communication was1 received from the Sixth section, stating that Charles A. Yeager had been elected a member of the Board to fill a vacancy. Mr. Yeager was duly installed as a member of the Board. ' ; , - ; - A communication-was reoeived from the Third, section, applying for fifty copies of the_^_regulations fixing the grades of scholarship to be transferred * to othersoioola. .. .-•,' .. _' . ?' . A number of eommuofcEtions _acd _petitions were received from the various sections, which were appropriately referred. The Committee on Suppliesto whom _weje referred the proposals to furnish supplies for the First school district, reported that they examined samples and were in favor of adopting certain wor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

WEDNESDAY, _FEBRUARY 13.1861 %\t _$ ti}i Jackson and " Nullification in 1832-'33. Mr. James Parton, of New York, the able biographer oi Aaron Burr, Whose memory he cleared from many of the unjust imputations which had long blackened it, has lately completed his " Life of Andrew Jackson," in three volumes octavo. We shall soon notice this work in _extetiso_, considering it, with some faults, not only as one of the best political biographies, but also as an excellent , and genetally impartial history of Jackson 's Times, as _Utrell as nf his _Tjifft_. Jackson's most memorable and most creditable political action was in 1882-33, when, as President, he grappled with the Nullification treason of South Carolina, and crushed it, by the force of his iron will. Nullification of that day was the parent of Secession in this, and many of our readers will thank us, we knowjfor giving its clear history. It has been faithfully condensed, from Mr. Parfcon's very interesting details, by an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

PARIS C0ERESP0NDENCE tetter from Paris. THE END OP 1860—AVX VABIBTBS—SKATISS ATI iAC DP BOIS »E BOtTIiOSNB—AN ACCIDENT—THB _HOCTETRSAIi _IMPERIAL SKATING PARTY—GBNBROStTY Oil" THE E ' _MfBROIl AND EMPRESS TO TBE POOR Of PiBIS—MBKTINa O_* IBB SBKATE—CiAOtOP JBR0MB flOKAPABTB PATTERSON—THE BOMBARDMENT OF _OAETA RECOMMENCED. [Correapondenoe of The Press.) , Paris, Jan. 24,1861. The year i860 went out in floods. The rivers were overflowing their banks; rain was falling every day; water was running into the collars, was oozing through the walls, and dripping dowa Vescatier ; so that wherever you Went, indoors or out of doors, or under ground, you were never sure that the nost moment a small stream would not pour out upon the crown of your head, or a fountain gush up under your feet. This, however, was an appropriate ending to 1350, inasmuch as it rained almost all summer, and the sun -was rarely seen. The Parisians say cetie _annie, il ri'y avaitpas d'ete. They were so possessed ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

JElI>RY GOODS JOBBERS. m_>- »^^>^^~^_m ~~~~_- ^* i-~~_'- j ' - '' - " -' '- " - " - ¦ _'' - " -1- ' - """ PSHtJA I,. BAILY, m IMPORTER AND JOBBER, If). 213 MARKET STREET, _ftgs PHILADELPHIA, jjttpared to offer to jjAND SOUND-CREDIT BUYERS _3 _fce roost attractive Stocks of | NCY AND STAPLE fe>RY Q-OODS K_^BE FOUND IN THIS MARKET. ¦Kb Bpeoia! attention to our KN DEPARTMENT, ¦I _thii time comprises a Ml assortment of onr ¦_Wtation in K>TGH AND IRISH Ik table linens. w vama8k table cloths, Urns and doylies, gff; TOWELS AND TOWELLINGS, |_T LINENS, _*r HEAVY SHIRTING LINENS, ¦WONTING LINENS, ¦HEN CAMBRIC HANDKERCHIEFS. ETC. _Rn woollens, p i usual variety, we offer the celebrated §MINGTON FLANNELS, pith,. BLEACHED AND BROWN I COTTONS, _ftionng the panic, for sale greatly below present if ¦ _£_jte, also, a full line of I QUILTS. _Mjowing makes: HULLE, BATES, _KL MANCHESTER, and LANCASTER. WfcMSEILLES QUILTS, pre made arrangements to receive a suppl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

STRANGE AS IT MAY APPEAR, It is nevertheless trtjk, that D_.W.CLAEK_, 60S CHESTNtTT STREET, Ii selling Goods for 91 that have hereWort been sold from 36 to $20, consisting of PINS GOLD JEWELRY, SILVER-PLATED WARE, AND FANCY GOODS. At this Mammoth Establishment you can find ANY ARTICLE OF JEWELRY you may desire, and the price is only 91, Remember, 602 CHESTNUT Street. B. W. CLARK. . fe_9 <t* ¦ ¦¦ ' . --: ¦ . AT DEAN & CO.'S, 335 CHESTNUT *» Street,_Philadelphia,Pa. At DEAN k. CO.'S, 80 West FOURTH Street, Ginnf-ivnflti Ohio. ; , At _Di AN k CO.'S, 148 DEARBORN Street, Chicago, !At ° DEAN k CO.'S, Detroit, Michigan, ¦ At DEAN & CO.'S, 214 MAIN Street, Buffalo, New _^At _^ DEAN & CO.'S, 8 ARCADE, Rochester, New AtDEA"* k CO.'S, next post office, _Harriiburg, Penns'lvania, At DEAN & CO.'S335 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia,Pennsy«vania, ucANBijy A first-rate Vest Cham. _— -_^. —. for $1 00 A _jeood ttaard Chain.*—i~™ -_«for 1 00 A Lady's Cbatelaine...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

Mr. Riohe said he was glad that his words had produced some good effect. Mis efforts aided, at a previe us meeting, to prevent the report of a special obmmittee from being adopted, which would have been a lasting stigma upon the reputation of the Board, and he now found some members opposed to the books presented by the Committee en Text Books. He was credibly informed that one of the motives that induced the former member from tbe Sixth* ward to resign his seat In that Board Wag fear produced by a threat that a mortgage of 8400, due- on the Erst of April, would be called iu. Now, sirwhat is this but persecution ? The member from the Sixth could not come here and vote for Worcester's Spoiler, but was obliged to resign his seat in the 'Board, beoauso that be would not enablo this book to triumph over truth and justice. This fact is an everlasting shame upon those who _had«ny'thing to. do with it. I did not mention thia thing before, but what matters it ? If I could prove 'the most ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

Old Times _im Genuantown. The German town Telegraph thus _discourse? concerning times past and present at Gtermantown: If the coming century shall be as productive of beneficial changes as the past hundred yearswonderful, indeedwill bo the advancement iu the arts and sciences, and ohango in masners and oustoms. Increasingly, howeverprogresses the destruction of the landmarks of the past. Manand the blighting influences of time, unite in obliterating the last vestiges now remaining of the period when the backwoodsman, " with many a muffled blow hewed his winter log, " on land now occupied with the princely mansions of opulent merchants, surrounded with all the conveniences of modern life. Until within a few years several persons were still living in Oermantown who well remembered seeing bodies of Indians, twenty to thirty in number, wend their way through the town towards Logan's stately wood. There, beneath the spreading branches of the widely extending osk and the majestic cheatn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

WATCH REPAIRING ONS HAVING FINE WATCHES pt have hitherto given no satisfaction to the ¦we invited ro bring them to our store, when _Mti c*n be remedied by thoroughly skilful and Be •workmen, and the watch warranted to give ¦mtirfaction. ¦•t Clocks, Masical Boxes, &c. carefully put in Re «rder. FARR k BROTHER ¦Iters of Watches. Musical Boxes. Clocks, to., I 3'4* CHESTNUT _ttreet, below Fourth, B5 _^ CABINET FURNITURE. j SM O V A L. I & J. ALLEN & BEO.; ¦tfklly inform their friends and customers that Pit*/ have removed fro n No. 2*0 South EF 8KCOMTJ Street to their W NEW hTORE_, « 9 CHESTNUT STREET, Fffeey will have always on hand a fine assortment _Rosewood, walnut, and oak f _FURNITURE; i they will tell at less than their former prioeain pence of havine greater facilities for business, ¦W under leas expense. riw* peotfally solicit a call before purchasing ••re. jatS-Sm BUSINESS CARDS. |K ELLIOTT, WINES and LTQUoIs, In. 317 and 319 WALNUT Street(base...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

GE_»TS» FURNISHING GOODS IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TO THE PUBLIC. "THE" OBAVAT STORE, No. 701 N. W. CORNER SEVENTH AND CHESTNUT. GREAT REDUCTION! GREAT REDUCTION I GREAT BEDXJCTiONI OUR WHOLE WINTER STOCK WILL BE SOLD AT THE FOLLOWING LOW RATES, vstm the 1st of march. Regular Rei'rioe. duoed to Pine Cashmere Dressing Gowns.. . .$18 00 $12 00 " " " " .. 1400 900 " Gent's Travelling Shawls-^—.... 1000 6 00 " Cashmere Undershirts & Drawers 3 60 2 00 " Merino «* *« seo _leo " Hose. ...... 76 ro French Grot Suspenders™. .....„— 110 76 Imitation ** — .—¦ • 83 65 Greeley's Braoes— , 100 75 Best Q.ualitr Linen Collars, per doz-... 2 60 2 00 Gents' Patent Enamelled Collars.., 10 for 2t_!o, Ladies' Patent Electro Collars.. — 10 for Sao. ALL OTJS I.ARGE STOCKS OF CRAVATS, StARFS, NECKTIES. STOCKS, ire, REDUCED 2S PER CENT. Fine Shaker Flannel Travelling Shirts, regular prices reduced from ___$.5 00 to Si 00 " " •• •¦ » 4 60 " 3 50 .. .. .. .. < 200 _" 160 Also, all our st...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

Army and Navy Intelligence. As some discussion is going on about the armament of Fort Monroe, Virginia, it may not be out of place to give a correct statement of it. A few pieces of loose ordnance have been sent down lately, but the mounted battery remains almost in its usual _etate. The number of guns mounted is no less than two hundred and eighty-five, which throw twelve thousand four hundred and seventeen _pounds of iron. There are, besides, ten mortars and five siege howitzers. Tha new fort, commonly known a_< the Bip-Raps, will, when perfestly completed, have one hundred and eighty eight-inch Cclombiada, and fifty-four forty-two guns, all casemated, and _,o!ghi ten4noh _Colnmbmds_, and fortysix nine-inch ditto, all ambarbettod. . We have compiled-as follows the number of officers of Southern birth who have resigned in the army and navy on account of the political crisis, as well as that of those who_^_still ro '_aia their positions in the service: Army . Still ia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

Letter lrom Havana. THB OPBEA—-AGNES _NATAil. (.Correspondence of The FreMt.l Ha Vaka, February 1,1861. In my last letter I mentioned that Agnes ftatalj was about to appear as Elvira in the opera of " Ernani," and would create another sensation. Her success was even greater than I anticipated ; so much so, indeed, that she has sung in that opera five times since I wrote you. The press of Havana are unanimous in pronouncing Miss Natali the greatest _Elvtra ever heard at the Tacon. The Diario de la Marino says of all the Mlvi* ras we have yet heard _Ines Natali is the best; her pure and delicate sympathetic voice, her tender but passionate acting, her expressive _foatares, and best representative of Elvira that we have ever seen. Truly, Verdi must have had such a woman in his mind as Ines Natal! when he composed the opera. The grand oavatina Erani Involami she sang with such exquisite tenderness that the audience scarce seemed to breathe until she concluded, when there was suc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

E. & F. ESHLEMAN & FLETCHER. _dst 8OO _*£X CHESTNUT STREBI, SOUTHWEST CORNER OP EIGHTH - THE CRAVAT STORE AND THE COLLAR STORE OF PHILADELPHIA CITY. GRAND DEPOT FOB THE GENT'S PATENT ENAMELLED COLLAR AND BEST LINEN CHOKER. CRAVATS, SCARFS. AND NECKTIES IN END LESS NUMBERS JlKD IN STYLES _$HE VERY LATEST. ALL KINDS OF GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. SHIRTS HADE TO ORDER, 6 for 89 and upwards, (NO FIT, NO SALE.) BEAR IN MIND The Comer la EIGHTH & CHESTNUT, NO. 8 OO . jal7-thB&tutf CNE SHIRT MANUFACTORY.—J. W. SCOTT814 CHESTNUT Streeiafew doors below the " Continental." The attention of Wholesale Dealers is invited to Ms IMPROVED CUT OF _SHIitTS, of superior fitmakeand material, on hand and made to order at shortest notioe. iaA-ti

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

_RosfANCE ahd "Reality.—-Some Ive years sinoe the people ef a thrifty village in Southern Ohio were very much scandalized by the conduct of the wife of their mayor (western villages always have mayors) who eloped with _aa actor attached to an itinerant theatrical troupe that visited the place. The mayor pursued and overtook his wifepromising to pardon her and take her back to his hearth and heart if she would discard the actor She was quite deaf to his entreatiesutterly refusing te have anything more to do with him. She had imbibed an uncontrollable pasBion for spangles, blue fire and reckless adventures from the bloodthirsty two shilling literature of the day, and fancied that she would be very happy with the fascinating impersonator of brigands, corsairsand cheerful people of that sort, upon the mimic stage. The unhappy Mayor returned to his home and people, and, in order to drown bia domestic sorrows/dashed into the political sea with headlong impetuosity He served several su...

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