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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

short, feeling address , and Master George W. Shields delivered an ornate and polished _Valedic tory. . The following persons received certificates : MASTER OF ARTS. - last of those admitted to the degree of Master of Arts, being graduates of the four years1 course, of not less than five years' standing. William H. Conkle, William F. _Messon. Francis C Hoffman, Herman _Blennerhasset, John Story Jenks,. J. Livingston Reese, John J. Hargadon , Ge»rge W- Morgan, Ed me H. D. Fraley, Rowland K,. Ellis, Wm. E. Goodman, Harry B Carpenter, George E.G. Gluyas_, Joseph J. Baboook, James J. Murphy. Total. 15. THE WEEKLY _ITEtEBS. *¦ » _Wnoi *%mn wlU te seal te ntaerfben _fcr • «»H (ptif .. aQS«ai. ia 9_£nm_«:} »t_«_._!«._^.._fa.00 Shre? 0sr_:«2- - • _. _^ 9,00 Fit* ' ¦ ' 8,00 *ea - :: - , _,„.„ ..,_ia,_oo _Vwest _y •' - -v - (t*»Moc«jreuXSO,oo _Vwentr Copies, er ever (to _aMreas _«f _aeei _wheorilrtr,? _tesa . 1,90 For s> Cab of Tw_«Bty-one or ever* we will semi M ***» *o»t to the c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

K DAILY PK.KSS, ¦Owt« ns. Wxxx, parable to the Carrier Bpajssonbers oat of the City at Six _Doliojis _Hjjft Fowl _SOUUI _VOB. _KlSHT MONXBS, _^kui vox Six Momsxm—invariably in ad-^¦te time ordered. B TB1-WEBKLY PRESS, _Hw»ofib«s out of the _Oitr at _Thkbb Dol-HP"*1 * • is advance. _^Hy go ods jobbers. ¦HUA _L_. BAI3LY, HkPORTER AND JOBBER, H|913 MARKET STREET, K| PHILADELPHIA, Mid to offer to KID SOXJND-OKBD1T BUVERS _Jjjjf at attractive Stocks of KjpY AND _STAPLE HptY goods mm> FOUND IN THIS MARKET. K|_sa*oial attention to our Bn department, _BaJa time comprises a fall assortment of our ROM AND IRISH BbO_^_DS OF EV ERY DE SCRIPTION, _^s , a fall line of _Hkeachbd and brown KOTTONS, Hpt the panio, for sale ireafly below present _^_B: ALSO, BEnULISH AND AMERICAN K' PRINTS. _"' _BU STANDARD MAKES. _^_Rjade arrangements to receive a supply of HrCBOICE STYLES OF GOODS, fcoOD STOCK Hbimon. _^_Hpkd oar Stook KWAY8 FRESH. _Bbces as low as the lowest. ¦ THE PRESS. ED DAILY. {ST?N...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

NEW SEAL-SKIN SHAWLS. An invoice just received, of choice Shades. SEAL-SKIN AND AUSTRALIAN SHAWLS, Large size and perfect texture, For Friends'wear. ' SHARPLF_08 BR0THER8. felt CHESTNUT «uod EIGHTH _TITEW FOULAED SILKS. ¦*-_' Jnst landed, a small invoioe, of fine qnahty. FOULARDS, of the Neweit _Daiicni and Go'oringr Pans _stylei of drab grounds_. Dark r rounds. Camay etuc. ALSO. A LARGE LOT OF Dark Fanoy eilki. at very low . _prioea, to oloae the _awortment. n!nfrom37Xate;to6tKoti. ¦ _SHaRPLESS BEOrffERJ. fell CHE8TNUT and EIGHTH: I AST MONTH OF WINTER! ¦* Lart Month of Winter. Last Month of Winter. Last Month of Winter. Last Month of Winter-WINTER DRESS (SOOns BBLOW COST! Winter Dress Goods Below Cost. Winter Drew Goods Below Cost. Winter Drew Goods Below Coit. Winter Dress Goods Below Cost WE ARE DETERMINED TO RSDLCE OUK 8_TCJCK! We are Determined to Reduce our Stook. We are Determined to Reduce oar Stock, We are Determined to Reduce onr Stook. Ws are Determined to Reduce onr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

AT DEAN & OO.'S, 335 UHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia _^ Pa... . At DEAN * CO.'8.80 West FOURTH Street. Cin-01 AtBkiji ibCO.'S, 148 DEARBORN Street,Chicago, Il AtD a EAN & CO.'S, Detroit, Michigan, r At DEAN k. CO.'S, 914 MAIN Street, Buffalo, New Y At k ' DEAN & CO.'S, 3 ARCADE, Rochester, New York, At DEA"? & OO.'S, next post office, Harritburg, Pennsylvania At DEAN & CO.'S, 335 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia,P.nMylvama, ooAifBuY A first-rate Test Chain —.for »100 AgoodtigardCham_. ¦¦—- _™«for 100 A Lady's Chatelaine Chain-...——... «_.for 1 00 A _i ady'_s Neck Chain . ——for 100 A Child' * Necklafla....—-.-.—..-- for 100 A14 karat Gold Pen and Silver Holder _~ _for 100 A_«Vjunting-hoose fen and Holder...—~_ for 100 AGoldPenoiL...--......-—-.-.— -—-.for 100 A i_^dy's Cameo Set _~..——.for 100 ALadf'sJetHet _—_— for 100 A Lady's Lava Set- ¦ ¦ ,..., ¦ ¦ —for 100 A Lady's Onyx Set _—..~ for 100 A Lady's Coral Set.....—; —,._...for , 100 A Lad»'s E...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

_BSpYATCH REPAIRING. I _HpHAWG FINE WATCHES _^^_Briutherto siven no satisfaction to the ^¦tted to brine them to onr storewhan ^¦Ese remedied by thoroughly _skufol and _^Bn, and the watch warranted to give _^B p Musical Boxes, &o*, carefully pat is _HbI FARR k BROTHER ^¦Hratehei. Mnnoal Boxes, Clocks. _&&. _Jg»* _CHESTNUT Street, below Fourth. H>KMAKER& Oo, R| GLASS, PAINTS, Mm OILS, AND VARNISHES, _^_Hkner FO URTH and RACE _Btreeti. pAS & MARTIN _Hbave removed from Kno.3_S3 CHESTNUT STREET. W n 11 1 ¦pPANIC PRICESBa large stock, §*¦_& at pREDUCED RATES, la W. JACOBS, Hi**6 ARCH STREET. _BP>BK APYERTlSEMg:|iiT ~ i|) 81 FRANKLIN STKEET, _^ WEST OF BROADWAY. KS_» SMITH. & CO. ¦flow offering, bj the _package, an ¦_nTTIRELY NEW STOCK, HP; EmbraoiBg their _BpFSlNG PREPARATION Bl Of 1CKBIBK-PB.ICXB BSH DRESS GOODS . K and Fabrics itriotlr THEIR OWN. B WICIS, SMITH, & CO., Importers, New York.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

L_.EGAL, _INTEIiLlGEMCE Sdpbkkb Oor/BT. —Justices Woodward , Xhompoon, aad Strong. — Strouse vs. Becker. Judgment reversed, and a venire facias de novo awarded. ' " ¦ " ¦ " .. ' _. ' ¦ . ¦ - . ¦ ¦ . Sears vs. Mensel. Judgment affirmed. McNeill'_s Appeal. The _actioa of the Register's Court is aflirmed. Cassey vs. Smith. _Judgment affirmed. i _Msgee vs. Beirne. Argued by J. S. Gowen and Samuel Hord, Esq., for plaintiff in error, and by J.'W_'.'Panl, Esq,for defendant. : Craft's Appeal and Woodward's Appeal. Afgued by B. H. _Brewster, B. Gerhard, and D. Weatheriy, for appellant, and by J. 0. Knox is - Dehaven's Appeal. Argued by _Blsokburn for appellant, and by B. Woodward , Esq., for appellee. ' ¦ ,''"' . ..' ... .. ' ¦ •-.. ' . ¦ - ' - . . _Miebener vs. Cavender. Submitted on paper GirardBank vs Bank of Penn Township. Argued by B. H. Brewnter, _Efq., and G. L. Crawford, Efq _, for plaintiff in error, and by Gecrge Thorn, Big. -, far defendant in error. _Distbict , Codbt-Judg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

Polios _Gabss.—-Yesterday Hugh O'Donnell was committed by Alderman Kooken, to answer the charge of stealing a Bhawl from Thirty_, _seventu and Market streets. Wm.Mitford was _oommitted by the same magistrate, to answer the charge of assaulting Officer Turner, of the Twentyfourth ward. The accused was drunk and disorderly when the officer attempted to arrest him. Attempt to EntbraStorh.—Testerdaj morning, some time between the hoars of one ana four o'clock, an attempt was made to enter a drygoods Btore, at No. 7 North Eighth streetby boring the front door. Fortunatelythe door was lined on the inside with sheet-iron. The rascals, finding themselves foiled, made a second attempt at a back entrance, bnt the noise attracted attention, and they were frightened off. ¦ • ¦ ¦ ' : m ? . ¦ Elbotion of Oppichbs bt thb Boabd of _Hiaxth —At a meeting of the Board of Health, Dr J. Bernard Brinton was elected vaccine physician for the Fifteenth wardand Dr. William Keyser Knorr for the Hixteenth w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

RETAIL DRY GOODS |fJEW _SPKING GOODS THO8. W. EVANS & GO HAVE JUST OPENED THEIR FIRST IMPORTATION OK SPRING _GOoDfc*. EMBRACING FOULARDS, PAKISIENNES, ENGLISH PRINTS, And other Goods suitable for EARLY SPRING WEAR 818 AND 820 CHESTNUT STREET. feM-3t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

PLKURO-PNEUMONIA, OR OATTLB EPIDEMIC. __ • CATTLB DISRA8E, CATTLE DISEASE, OAT _TLK DISEASE, CATTLB DISEASE. ., _„. As nnfailine remedy for this duease can be had by appoint toDr. H. _aJLO . KWo. 40T VINE "treet Pniladelpbla. Also, medicines for ail kinds of _dueaiea in Horses core warranted, or refunded cure warranted. or _blopcey refunded, corb warranted; or momey refOndeo cpr8 warhanted_»or _monetc refunded jaJS-wfmWJm IMAfiTIN 4 QUAYLE'S _«_i _STATIONJEfY. TOY. AND FANCY GOODS 101$ WALNUT oTRKBT, im-m "^^ """"^ILAD EfcPBLI.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

_Wfett_® W_. ,_^ 1 pe'ition from four hundred voters or Watenoru. Kew York, m favor of the Crittenden _reBolutionB. A!so,a memorial from the New Jork ChamBer 01 Commerce, _remosstrating agamst the passage ot tne from citizens of Min»e_»otoMtanBponBrts« to enforce the laws and _preaerve the Union, Keep the rivers tree, _reoaptnrtf the forr., and against °_raoe*»onOT compromise. He saidif gentlemen wished to know what tne ¦entimenta of the people really are1 they _rowj._W »*»J from the large oitiesjiheymust ask »»»e peoplo of the North and tie, great W*«t if they are willing: to1 «ive up pnnoiples at tbe WddinB of an organized _banii of IraitoS. Who ever doubted that th« North and West were true to _tha Union? . .... ...-_» o..h j The Senator from Virginia said that that _?tate had been *rnnnB for twelve months. And the South haa orKanized a warand yet the Senator from Kentucky_, who wonid save the Union, has no word for_»h««f"l_?n-Mr. R_«_£E. of Minne«ot»b«d that he also had receiv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

case. The Morse Telegraph Patent. Dr. Lbvbebtt Bbadlby_, of New York, the Inventor and patentee of improvements in telegraphing, is now hero, to oppose any special legislation extending the Morse patent, daimiBg that it would have the effect of preventing the publio from enjoying the advantages of improvements which reduce the cost of telegraphing fifty per centum on the present rates, *nd increase the facilities of transmitting matter to fourfold the amount now sent, and on the ground that any _exteBsioa would, while _iBJaring the publio, only benefit a company whioh has a monopoly. The memorial lor tke Morse extension will be opposed by a oounter me* morial. . : An Executive Dinner. The President gives the committee of the Peace Congress a dinner party _toftnorrow. - • A New Postal Arrangement. LATEST NEWS By Telegraph to The Press. FROM WASHINGTON. Special Despatches to 'The Press." WASHiHaTOs, February 14. The Case of Judge Pettit. It is understood that in the executive sess...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

Spring Trade. From present indications the spring trade will be late, and consequently light. For what is termed the early trade, our merchants are mainly dependent upon the extreme South, and as the seceded _States are now, for the most part, neither in temper nor in circumstances to make their usual purchases, and as the Northern and Border States are more or less timid on account of the unsettled condition of national affairs, there is a double reason for the spring trade being late, and a late trade is never heavy. That much anxiety, and even worse consequences, have resulted from this mercantile derangement, is manifest enough in our own city, although, for obvious reasons, the wholesale and jobbing merchants of _Philadelphia, as a whole, are much less seriously affected than those of New York. For some years past the latter have used every effort to monopolize the trade of the Gulf States. They have had legions of " drummers" constantly in the field for this purpose, and, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

THE PRESIDENT ELECT PwtSBnRff, Pa, Feb 14—ThePresidenteleot and his party left Columbus at eiaht o'clock this morning. . < The train was in charge of Assistant Superintendent Layng In spite of the rain which was _falling_^-at the time' of the departure Of the train, a number of persons.wereoolleoted at the depot to b~id Mr Lincoln adieu T At " Newark, FrazersburgDresden, Coshooton _ffTeyCommte)pnand _Uricfeeville_, largo crowds of ladies and g»ntl_«_niwi weia collected. Moat ef the time there was a petting rain. The train stopped at the Cadis junction, where an elegant dinner was provided by Mrs. T L. Jewettthe _wit« of ; the President oT" the Steubenvillo and Indiana Railroad ,'Mra. Jewett waB invited, and accompanied tbe party from 8teubenville. At Steuben vi e. thejatB had ceased, affording an opportunity forthe people of that city to join in a. demonstration in honor_^ of the _distinguished visitor, which <i|fm parlioipfttfed in by 5,000 people. " i Mr. Linco...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

Public Amusements. _KiONoa _Stigilli'b Farewell _Cohcbet.—This evening, at Musical Fund Hall, _Signor _Sligelli gives a concert, which will he his last in this city, because he is on the eve of departure for Europe. He will sing some of his best pieces, including at least one of his own composition—for, independent of his lyrical and dramatic ability, which !b universally admitted and admired, Stigelli is an accomplished musician, and, indeed, it is to be lamented that he has not leisure to display himself as such by writing an opera. He will be assisted this evening, by Carlotta Patti, the singer, (who taught Adeliua Patti, her far-inferior sister, how to slag,} and would probably have taken the highest honors in the lyrical drama if she were not unfortunately physically prevented from appearing on the stage. Her voice is a high soprano, reaching to theD, E, F> in alt, with great facility. Those who have heard her, on the few occasions of her appearing In public, tell us t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

tetter from " Kappa. " [Correspondence of The _rreig.J _Washington, February 14,1861 Petitions, signed by thousands of citizens of all parties, and in favor of some compromise ana restoration of the publio peace, are pouring in from all parts Of the North. All are full of love and attachment for the Union, and all wish that our legislators and the Peaoe Congress may work in earnest to unite " the country again together in peace and harmony. Senator Eeward introduced also a petition signed by the six hundred members of the New York Democratic State Convention recently held in that State. They advocate the same w — . - ... WASHINGTON COKRESPONDEJfCE. Objeot. All theEe indications prove conclusively that tho people, independent of party predilections? desire almost unanimously to see the tinion, the source of all our happiness, preserved. They cannot fail to influence the actions of our Congress And, 1 am glad to say, that there is now more hope that all will be well yet, titan i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

FEfflf8YLVAUIA _IiEGISLATUfiE • _- .--:-• Babrisbuko, Feb. 14, _J8M. : • .:;. -¦::::"¦ . " . " . ¦ ¦¦ . ¦ ..:.sb«atb. ' ' ¦ ¦ _¦ ¦¦ _- ' : ¦ ¦ '" The Speaker called the Senate to order at 11 o'clock. Prayer by Rev. Father Maher. ; _; ' . :' ; BILLS IN PLACE. Mr.KETCHAM,anacttoextend the equity _vowar_* Mr. g _MITff, an adt relative to the _Philaijeiphi*_. Norriatown. and Qermaatown RailroadCompany. ' A!so, an act exemptiDg _Ttom tuation tie real estate of the Dnio" _Temsprary Homo.for Children.: ¦ Mr- R0BIN80_N, an act to.ohange the place of holding the _aleQtion ia Allegheny township _^ Venango oounty. - .. ' ¦ ¦¦ OaiOlHAt SSSOLT/TIQ_^ Mr. _LAURENCE offered tht _follftwing j _Rtfolvtd. That the _Seoretary of the Commonwealth be requested to furmth the Senate _atabfe of tbe PO»U _lauoa of the _diflerent counties of this Commonwealth M appears by _tnia_'tableslahwoffice,wiiohwa_¥weed Mr. BENSON asked for and _obtained leave to present a remonstrance from citizens of MoKean coun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

Frhalh Anm-Slaveet _SociBrr - annual meeting of this society was held «i:; afternoon at GoncordJ Hall, northwest V" Tenth and Arch streets, l_>he meeting _^ MteBded-iUio larger portion of toe _audits' ladiex. The annual _reoorta of the seota_^ l_^SI*?*W _*M tead - Boris* tke past jtf. fl4_W have been reoeiwdand at pre_«r lance of $335 re mains in the hands of the ' ;•>' After _eleettag a board of _loassgera _tf .t _s ad jor_^r_^ed ,. ¦ * Bold Theft.—Testerday _v _' fternofmea entered the watoh-makir.g s 'lonofJlr.* »* _^"wantewn roai and <_& om _£m & _While on, engaged the •tt_^ntlan of tlw _F\ tt_» other seized two w_^teh_^_s and _m»_d« '_" •aem. ¦ ROBBBRT. —Y_^Bteriay morning _- • twdlraandone o_^_iortj y_, * bolk w ind«f• shoe storo of Mr, H. Fink, at No. 1*; ffa_«et, was _brok.«R open and robbed « J boots ana shoes. Ta_« DKtra Eichangb akdthb^* _TAKUW _Bma —The Drag _Brchanga i& ._< _mjaji _yeaterctay morning at their room,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

Board of Trade of Pittsburg, who have hitherto been adverse to the policy, have now given to the measure the strength of their moral support. Gov. Johnsok, of Pennsylvania, was chairman of the committee to whom the subject of the bill was referred, and the favorable report of the committee, who are the most prominent men in the business circles of Pittsburg, was endorsed unanimously by the Board at a very full meeting. The company further agree to settle the controversy now pending between them and the State, by advancing the whole sum in dispute, being the amount of tax accrued since August, 1857, to nine railroads of the interior, now in an unfinished condition, bat which, under the stimulus of aid thus guarantied, must become profitable to the counties through which they pass, and thus contribute largely to the income of the State by becoming tax-paying enterprises. These considerations entitle the bill proposed to the candid, impartial judgment of all parties. We regard the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

Steamboat Accident. [Br. liomgFeb. 14—Yesterday morning the steamer _Simskine ran afoul of » Snag ' whioh, pasting through tbe guard' s, burst the steam-pipe, and Several persons in the vicinity were severely scalded. Tiro of the deck hands were among the iiyarert, and have since died. ; Iioss ot the Brig James Madison. AHOTBBB OT HBB CBKW 8AVKD. CHAimt8*ex, 8. C, Eeb. 14 —Chat. &. Merton, mate of tho brig James Madison, was picked up at sea, clinging to a spar, lie was brought to this pfty. The body of the captain was found on Kiowath beachand buried by the _volunteers, stationed oh that island _^ - ' V Tho Celebration. ' on the Twenty-second. HAjtBisBcue_, Feb 14—It is announced today that military companies, with beads of mnmo, who mayjclesire to visit Hamsburg to participate in the ceremonies of the 22d, will be passed free of fare/over the Pennsylvania BaUroad. ¦*" . '; ; - -' " '" ' ' _» ' " ' ' .'j'tu... . The New Mewcaa_^ _Mail. _iKDEPKKDKHCit, Mo., Feb. 13-—The ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

JjATER FROM EUROPE. Arrival of the Steamship New York. The Italian Elections* CAV0UR AHD GAEIBALDI _MEMBERS OF PARLIAMENT _liuss_^a' s Warlike Preparations* Cotton Dull—Consols 91?_£. New Yobe, Feb. 14.—The steamship New York has arrived, with Londcn and Southampton dates to the 29tb nit Tbe Italian Parliamentary elections had resulted favorably to the Ministry: Count Cavour is returned from Turin, and Garibaldi and Peerio from _Naples. ' • ¦¦¦ . ¦¦ . " ¦ _' • ¦ ,.;• " . ¦ - • _> >'¦ ;¦¦ " ¦ ¦ ¦ ' - "'¦¦ ¦ Russia has ordered tbe formation of three corps d'armee on a war footing, and to be ready by the first of March.- One is to be marched to tbe Pruthtbe second to the frontiers of Poland, and the third to be held in reserve. An important treasonable correspondence with Qaeta has been discovered The bombardment of &aet& eontinned, hot the _resistanas of the garrison is growing feebler. The Paris _Patrte denies that the Emperor is encoursjeing Denmark t...

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