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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

years, the' . average length of time they were Inmates of the Institution waa six years snd three months. Richard Jonesat the time of his decease, had been an inmate for:sixteen years and two months: Joseph Dalrympie, sixteen years and twenty-six days; John Ward, sixteen years and three days. • -Benedict .Wells, but nineteen days; and Willfam _We bber, but twenty days ;• five beneficiaries for _fonrteen years, two for thirteen yearsfive lor twelve years, five for eleven years, five for ten years; four for nine yearsfive for eight years, seven for seven years, and the remainder less than seven years. ' OE tbe beneficiaries now on the rolls, one hag been sn inmate for nineteen years, three for eighteen years, three for seventeen years, four for six* teen years, five for fifteen years, four for fourteen years, three for thirteen years, eight for twelve years, ten for eleven yearsseven for ten years, twenty-five between five and ten years, and the remainder less than five years. The e...

Publication Title: Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

_^^- BUSINESS CARD8. _^ ¦SlMOTT, WINES andLIQUOBS, _^^K«t_7 and 319 WALNUT Street (basement ^^^¦nreen Third and _fourth, north side,; Phila-^^¦R_^B.—Fine Old Whiskies always on band. I_^_BofT J- HENKELS, _UPflOIiSTERY ¦^_ngABINET WAREHOUSE, No. 5_i4 WAL-^^^¦Wt. opposite Independence Square, formerly _^^ _BEjChestnut Street, Philadelphia. _jaSS 3m* ________ _^KtOO KE & CO., ¦_flf, BANKERS, ^^¦ _tell* SOUTH THIRD STREET ^¦Int door north of the _Girard Bank,) ¦H. PHJLADBLrHIA. ^¦PON & NICHOLSON, ¦K_^ BOOKBINDERS, _^_V Kof. 319 and 521 MINOR Street, ^¦_Mvns Market and Chestnut _streeu, __7 _PHILADELPHIA. ^^¦K PAWSON, JAS. B. NICHOLSON, ^^¦_arpORTfiRS OI< HAVANA CISAEB. ____^5fo. 316 South FRONT Street. ^¦ t _recnlarlT a fail assortment of desirable CI-__Haoh _ther _effisr at JorntH_. for cash or ap-^¦rORLEAKS (LA.) PIOAI UNB.— RjOY, OOE& Op. _^^_fe appointed _icle agents in Philadelphia for _^_BmtsIj otroulatmc paper, of commanding m-^¦_dksiaoss man ar...

Publication Title: Press
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

KEROSENE OIL _pORTLAKD KEROSENE OIL. foftta_^jM^™6** tte «wastantlr-lncreaslnc demand CELEBRATED OIL AB AH ILLTJMINATOR the company haye now doubled their former capacityand ha¥_« iii M«t izttum «_wS5S _- ._?SS. ' _ottwint CM from Coal t» _tht V*_%u£ 8tau*^™h in order to insure for us a constant supply, _adeanata to the demandthey have positively refused to estabhsa any new aceneiee, or create mar new outlets for it what-What we claim for this Oil is, ITS _UNIo FR ORMlTM N_^UAo LT _ip R AN_& 8^^^^ it is entirely free from the offensive odor peculiar to all other Coal Oils in the marketand for brilliancy as a litht_, cleanliness, cheapness, and safety, (haviBf no explosive properties}, is, we may confidently _sayt THB ONLY OIL THAT WILL &JVB GENERAL _^ SATISFACTION. Wherever it has been introduced _oonsamers will use no other. Aa there are many inferior Oils sold as Kerosenewe caution dealers in particular airainst using; this trade mark. Whenever doubts exist a...

Publication Title: Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

_^ Kr~_77 _^ ..,... _f_^j * _^KJLL Il'S SAFE ' i>EPOT KEMOV1D _^K|) »(>. 21 South SEViiNTH Street, near the ^^¦I' Tnisti _tute. _^_BveriKned. thankful for past favors, and beinr _^Bp. _te went future patronagehas _feoured an _^^Kna convenient, store, and lias now on hand a _^^m_£_S. . a'_£ a!!d Burslar Proof fafss, (toe only r_^Kgre and burglar proof safes made.) Al_»o. Lii"^¦Soualied Bank Vaul_% Safeand Bank _foekt. _^M Bank Vault Doora and _IhwIui wiU be _fumwhed ¦^H|on abort notioe . Th.B » the atroneeatbest"HH, _»i.d oheapeit Don and Look jet offered_, ¦^_"¦y&rtioatar attention i* _oalied to Lillie's New "^¦¦Safe lor Plata, Jewelry, &o. _Thts Safe ui con "H> _«urpaM in style and eleg&noe an_> thing jet off_^f_^ Hr thia purpose, and u the only one tkat d utriot"_^"Brd burglar proof. ¦kil ice —I have now on hand ear twenty of "_^"_^B H _eTing. St Co-'_s _Nafes. moato' them n«_arly "_^_fpd aon.e fort; of other makers, compi _ibj...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

_H_^BIAOES! _^p? PANIC PRICES. _^K _^ A LARGE STOCK, _^K AT HP_^T _DEDUCED RATES, Wf- s - _"_wr - JACOBS, _fH^'.No. 626 ARCH STKEET. _Hji__ : _. ¦_prIOVAL. HpOMAS & MARTIN _^m$L HAVE REMOVED PROM ^¦ k 317 to No. 332 CHESTNUT STREET. _58

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

FINE SHIRT MANUFACTORY.—J. W. SCOTT614 CHESTNUT Streei, a , few _doora below the " Continental." The attoutipn of _WhoWsale Sealers i_« invited to his _IMPROVED. CUT OP _SHIKTS, of superior fitmakeand material, on hand and made to oraer at shortest notice. ja*-ti CTRANGB AS IT MAY APPEAR, It is nevertheless true, that D, W. CLARK, 602 CHESTNUT STREET, Is selling Goods for 91 that have _htrtttfore been sold from 36 to 830, consisting of FINE GOLD JEWELRY, SILVER-PLATED WARE, AND FANCY GOODS. At this Mammoth Establishment yon oan find ANY ARTICLE OF JEWELRY you may desire, and the _prioe is only Si-Remember. 603 CHESTNUT Street. D. W. CLARK. fe98t*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

_IBjpw PUBLICATIONS. _^KK_^s_^BmBY _^ A_^_mkorim _^^Bti MOVEMENT CURE. _^ ¦ p8 dft _y _j]fNDgAY _& _BLAKKTOlf .. _^ H_^: _PaWwhera and Bookseller*. ^¦Po. 35 South SIXTH St.. above Chestnut. and PH _ACTICE OP TH-" MOVEMENT _^^K ilie Treatment of lateral Curvature of tbe ^^^¦_jrai* * _indication. ConstipationGonsump-^^¦^_CurvStures, and ottier deformities, J)is-^ ¦ t to _Woman, _deranpmgntsof the nervous ^^¦rotber ohronio _asentious. _„ ^¦_PiWEDISH SY8_TEW OF LOCALIZED ¦ _R _MOVbMENTS - * HutLES FAYEtT'E TAYLOJl_.M.D. _^_W_' > WITH ILLUSTRATIONS. . _, _^ ¦ ¦ t of this work is to present to the tnedioai ^^«fe a _«noomot manner, aided bj purae-cua _^_HBptrations: fir_« the phy>irtto«ca1 relai_^^^_Kond t_*e therapeutical application of lo-^^^MBovements in_!the care of chronic _dmeue

Publication Title: Press
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

THE WEEKLY FRE8S _fmi _wnnjr lutr-win he next to «mlw«_ibers fcy wtil (_gmc aiuiftf _.in _r _inue,) at «fl.oo ffkree _Cepies, •« « _____ 5,00 F»*» " " « ,—,— _gt00 ?«» * ** , ...13,00 rfr _*aty ' * ** t** _«newMreM),80 »O0 _twenty Cosies, or aver (to _sddrew _»t esohsabforiber,)eMh-_—. ,.,,.. __, i,_so For a Club of Twenty-one or over, we will _eesi'_MI •xtra _Qopy to the retter-xp of the _Glak. *^ _PoatmMterg are _requested to set m Agents for •" ^" nw rmi, CALIFORNIA PRESS, Burned three ti ae« a Month, in time for the Califorat* Btesmen*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

_PStE PRESS, W jjgD DAILY, (SUNDAYS BSOBPTJED _KjjroHI_* "Wr - FORNKT, WSke NO «? _CHESTNITT STBBET mm daily press, ^¦pCmTs Txn _Wmi_, payable to tha Carrier _HKjjoksonbera out of the Oity at Six Dollars Hpti _Fotje _DoLLAas toe Eight Months, H||LA£g fob Six Months—invsnaWr in »d" _^_Kae tine ordered. Kj_^TRI-WEEKI.Y PRESS, _^pHbsoribers out of the City at Thbb* Dox.-^_KftsinrM, in advance.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

A _despekate convict, under eight years* sentence, at Little Book, Ark., esoaped from jail, by murdering the keeper with a hatchet, several months ago; he was _rearreated at New Of leant some days since. Whtxe haif bbcsx, in an oyster saloon, at New Orleans, on Monday night week, John Ferris drew a long sheath knife, and deliberately r ipped open an unoffending waiter. Business at Nbw Oeieans. —The Picayune says tbe business of that city Is remarkably brisk at tbo present time. The levees never before presented such & man of Southern and _TVeatern produce. It Mm is h»_p* upon _atspi for _sbUm along UulMdlPl,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

M ARTIE A Qtl AYLE'S _STATIONIIRY _^ Toy, AND FANCY OOODB lOSff _WaLNDT 6TRKET. : - mow _«i.»v*_Sijg * ItK-fplr _PtflLADBI.PgIA. 13y HITB LEAD—Pure, manufactured and

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

iilifflgilD session Counting: the _ftfeiiaentift t tot6. IMMENSE CBQWD-EXCITING SCENE. THE DIMOKATIO COB*S _PEESEHT _Washihotok, Fob 13 SENATE. _iSHSSssa dent and _Viae President. phamber r After the Senate returned_^0 their ebamber, Mr. FBSSKNtmif, of Maine, reported _^_ig_^ fl _^ diplomatic appropriation bill, and asked for a oommitteeof _conTerenoe on the »meBd_*ent«. Mr. _ftoran,of Connectlcut- presented « gen tion, asking Congress to stand firmly on the i/on-Granada was tftb«n _«p and passed. . _ Mr. Fitchof Indiana, presented a petition from a large number of _oitiiens of Indiana in favor of the Crittenden resolutions. .. . Mr _Tmwmhh, of Illinois, made a report _from the Joint Commfttee on counting the votes for President and Vice President, with a resolution that one member of the Senate bo appointed to _^ act with two members from the House, to notify Abra. ham Lincoln and Hannibal Hamlin of their election. Adopted. • . . ... On motion of Mr. _Cakbson, of Pennsylvania...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

Progress of the President Elect Cincinnati, Feb 1S.-A large torchlight prooession halted last evening in front of the Burnett _Hause, and Mr. Lincoln, In response to the calls for his presence, came out and briefly expressed his thanks. At _tfie _levea held during the evening, a great number of citizens had the pleasure of on introduction. _CIHOIHKATI_, Feb. 13.—Mr. Lincoln and suite left the Burnett House at half past eight o_'olook this morning, accompanied by a concourse of _oHizens, and the committee of the Ohio Legislature, for the Little Miami _BailroaS depot. The _ttarty embarked on s special train of two oars at nine o'olook, and will .be due at Columbus at two o'clock Mr. Lincoln stood on the platform of the rear oar as the train went out of the depot, bowing Ms farewells to the Immense crowd, and was cheered most enthusiastically. _' . .._.. Mr. A. Stagor, general superintendent of the Western tinion Telegraph, accompanies the Presidential party, with apparatus for...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

Barbisbuho |M_^p_^_lH|BHSJS_^B_^B_^B_^BJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJBJi_^_BBSBB_^^_B_^^^^i_^i_^^_B_^^_BBHBHHBJBJBJB_^^^^^^^ _PElTireYL VAHIA LEGK _laJt}^ _, Feb. 13 . SENATE. ! mi _- The Senate was called to order at II o _» olook A, jj ° A faP r _"k number of bill, were reported br the dlff. ' * committees. _mM m _,Lacb _^t Mr _FCHINDEIj. an abt to revive and coat;. A _*_&*_£*_$* »o _^radoating lands o_^_fe _^_TSfcHotWauiplenient to the act «,at _> "_^ F ItKI5R. »_n aot relating to writs of error Mr_'LAWtte'_«Cl5a joint rasolutmn relatiVaVnil _-_« nf _thVcomimssioners to _Washington, llVe t_«th( "'arfmfsH .^^to _meorporate _tac Pn,olru _^_TOMSf « «*to '"owpomt. _ths Prg8Bfl ' _rm and Water Company. r »«Pon Mr HA «iLTON. an aot for the P_^_mentofth... sfefSSE^^ * Mr sMlTi. an aot relative td certain <pof, estaterbelongin* to the estate of Jane _%illin °s[r _«l °'a?_ho a _siiDolement to the aot relative to the m_^j driw?nB jufo rsfn the several courts of _PhifiSeTfiof O...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

FROM WASHINGTON. Special Despatches to 'The Press." LATEST NEWS By Telegraph to The Press. Was«ih_»tob, February 13. An Important _Movement m New Mexico* The legislature of New Mexico has passed an act for the election of delegates to form a State Constitution, whioh is to be held in May next The delegates are to meet in Jane to discharge the duties which will thus be imposed upon them, and the Constitution they form is afterw&rd to he submitted to the people, for ratification or rejection, at a general election to be held in September. Thus the way is rapidly being paved for the admission of this region into the Union, and after that event we will have bo Territories whose destiny in reference to the slavery question is doubtful enough to furnish a decent pretext for further angry agitation ob this subjeot, Tfcc Alab&ma Forts. _Sorts Morgan and Gaines, at the mouth of the Mobile bay, have been garrisoned by 400 Alabama troops, and as so enemy is preparing to...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

The Speeches of the President Elect. The President elect, in breaking the silence which he has so studiously preserved, noi only from the period of his nomination to the close of the canvass in .November last, but daring all the excitements which prevailed from that time np to the moment when he left his qniet home at Springfield on Ms journey to the national capital, has been surrounded by peculiar and unusual embarrassments. It is said of March, we believe, that it Often " comes in like a lion and goes out like a lamb." The inauguration of Mr. LracoMJ will occur amidst internal difficulties and dissensions in our country unprecedented in its past history; and he will prove much more fortunate than his predecessor—who, after entering upon his official duties as a period when peace, harmony, and prosperity prevailed, will abandon them at a moment when the evil genius of our nation it in the ascendant—if he can reverse this order of change, and make it more closely assimilate the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

Important Naval Intelligence. The United States revenue cutter Harriet Lane is to be temporarily converted Into a man-of-war. She went over yesterday to the Brooklyn navy yard to receive a new and formidable armament. Four 33 owt. weight guns, one 12 pound howitzer, and a quantity of shot and shell will be put on board. It is said that a marine guard is to be detailed for her immediately. We are in a position to state that _ofaoers who have resigned In the United State3 service are endeavoring to obtain men fer the secession armies and navies from Northern arsenals and navy yards. Lieutenant Kirkland, late of the marine corps, has written to a marine at this place, asking him to influence " all soldiers who have put up their time in Uncle Sam's service," to enter the Georgian army, where they will receive all the extra pay and emoluments thatre- enlistment In the Federal forces would entitle them to. Lieutenant Kirkland is a native of North Carolina, and is married to a daughter...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

The Sun bury and Erie Railroad Bill. The _actien of the Committee of Ways and Means of the Assembly of Pennsylvania, in reference to the Sunburyand Erie Railroad bill, which they reported back with a favorable recommendation, and without a single amendment, meets with general approbation here. It is naturally regarded as a good omen, encouraging the hope that this measure will be promptly passed by both branches of the Legislature. There has been quite enough delay on this important matter, to the loss of all parties concerned. It is impossible for anyone wh® has the welfare of Pennsylvania at heart to peruse the report, submitted on Monday last to the annual meeting of the stockholders of that road, without deeply regretting that the bill presented last year to the Legislature was not adopted at that time. The work was then so tar advanced that its vigorous prosecution, during the twelve months that have since elapsed, would have completed it, and secured to the people of our C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

flood at Albany. BREAKING TJP _Ofr THH ICK—1HMENSH DAMAGE—BRID8BS AND STOKES DEMOLISHED. Albany, Feb. 13.—The ice on the river broke tip this morning, causing immense damage in the oity. Steamers, bargesand canal boatshave been driven up the docks and into the streets. The State-street bridge is a complete wreckand the bridge at Hamilton and Columbia streets is partially destroyed: Several stores along the dock have be_«n demolished. Canal boats, large quantities of lumber, staves, etc., and the offices located along the river, have been carried off by the ice. A number of buildings and boats are jammed together in the Basin in an extraordinary manner. The loss will be very great, and as the water is still rising rapidly, ' indicating that the ice is jam* med below, much additional damage is apprehended. The telegraph wires to Troy have been prostrated. Albany, Feb. 13—Evening.—The entire business portion of the city east of Broadway is inundated, arid business is suspended . Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

Our Hew York Letter. hsw yobk .Journalists A ' skiNG for me. col-FAX'_S APfOIHTJiEHT AS POSTJfASTBR GENERAL—CONTINUED INCREASE OF THE EXPORT TRADE—FAILING OFF IN IMPORTS—THE COMMON COUNCIL AND PRESIDENT LINCOLN—THE GEORGIA HITS JKgf S — KEAVr TAXATION — SHE FAS NY WHIM WILL CASE! CURIOUS REVELATIONS. [Correspondence of The Press. 1 New Yobk, Feb. 13,1861. The newspaper men of New Yoik are making great interest in behalf of Mr. Colfax for the Post* master Generalship. A petition, signed by _nearly all the _Republican journalists of _thfe city, abd by several connected with the Democratic press, iB ready for presentation to Mr. Lincoln, and a similar document has been signed by nearly all the prominent houses in the book-trade. The efforts made by Mrv Colfax to so amend the post-office laws as to promote the interests of publishers, and at the same time augment the revenues of the Department, have led to this recognition of his services. His appointment to the Cabinet would be gen...

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