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

WHKATLEY & CLARKE'S AR0H8T. THKATRR. LA8T NIGHT BUT ONE OF MRS. D. P. BOWERS, Who will _appear, in her unrivalled character of CAMILLK. THIS (FRIDAY) KVENiJNG, FEBRUARY V>, The performance will _oommenne with the very popular p ay. from the French, called CAM1LLE: Or, 1 HE FATE OF A COQUETTB. CamUle-~... _— .- Mrs. l» P.Bowprs. To conclude with the Comedietta, called the FOUR SISTERS. WALNUT-STREET THEATRJS Sole _Lecsee._. —.M:*. M. A. GA&SETTBOfl Btate Man&eer .._ ¦¦¦¦... Mr. WM. A. GB. AF Jft AN _Biiine» Agent.— .—,..,..Mr. JOB. D. MVKPMf THIS (FRIDAY) EVEN ING. February 15, MONEY. Alfred Evebn......: ...... .Mr. J.E. Murdoch Lo'd _Glossmore ~ Mr. Young Gr«tvps.. ¦ - _, .,,,.;.. Mr. Vining Bowers Clara Douglass - Mrs. _Gladstone ' To conclude with .-. ¦ ..., Katharine and petruchio Pctruohio....._™^-,....~_. Mr- J, is. Murdoch Kthanne... .................... Mrs. _^nnaCowell Doors open at 6% o'_cltok; curtain will riae at _7H o'clock •_y Fnoes as...

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

SAFES |_3|il LILMl'S SAFE DEPOT REMOVED Wg{Sl to No. til South _SEVENTH Street, near the Franklin Tnstttute. The undemsned. thankful for past favors, and being determined to merit future patronage, has ceoured an elegant and convenient storeand has sow on hand a larfte assortment of _Lilly's Celebrated _Wrought and Chilled Iron Fie and Burglar Proof Safes, (the only strictly fire and burglar proof safes made.) Also. Lillie's Unequal led Bank VaultSafeand Bank Looks. Lillie's Bank Vault Doors and Looks will be furnished to order on short notice, Th._s is the strongestbestproteoted, and cheapest Door and Look yet offered. Alsoparticular attention is called to Lillie's New Cabinet Safe lor Plate, Jewelry, tea. This Safe is conceded to surpass in style arid elegance _anything jet offered for this purpose, and is the only one that m utriotly fir-acd burglar proof. Special _JS qi ice.—I have now on hand say twenty of FarielHerring, k Co.'s Safesmost of them nearly new, and come fort...

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

... . „ Loan taxt> psy _mteiest on the funded debt. „ -_«-.. 76 Police.. ...„,.„„.....„_ 3S ..." Highways-.. »• ¦ _;. ?.._. • .. .20 ¦¦ .*• ¦¦¦ _Citj Sep. and City Ice Bo&t. _^ 12 " ¦¦'¦ _- ¦ ' ®2C0 Rural _diatriots are to be taxed Mro-thirds of the atiovaiate. The bill being reported_, _jw r. KERR _pioved to insert S2.20 in place of $2. Mr. INQ_3AM moved to insert $2.10. Not agreed to. Ther _aueMion was taken on _§_Z, and agreed to by a vote of $2 yeas to 17 naya . Tha bill then passed finally. Several . bills reported by committees of conference we«e _thea _gubmUieq and _discusseu at length. The re - port relative _fq.faeJiigftWay Department was rejected. The bill malting an appropriation for the construction and repair of school-houses was ,-emrued fr-m _^_elect Council with sundry _amendments, some of which were oono'irrtdin. Adjourned.

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

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

_LEGAJU IN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. _Katate of JAMES MARSHALL. Deceased _Ifotice ib hereby gl»en, that tho widow of a-sid decedent has filed in said Court her _petition, with an appraissment. olaiminK to rer ain persona* property therein aet iorth to the value of $300. according to the ao a of the Assembly in such oasos made and provided,and tbat the same will be approved b* the _siid Court on the 1st day of filaroh, A. D_. 1861. _unlass exceptions be filed the_.eto. JNO. CHAS. LAYCOCK. felfi-irtu 4t* Attorney for Petitioner. E OR _TRTTTHFUi., DURABLE, MSB _artictio Photographs or'Antbrotype_*_, so to. REIMEWQ Gallery- _ISCUS_* D 8t.above _©rera. _charpes moderate, and within the reach of all. Give RE1MER a trial. H*

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

9fARRiBi>. ; ; . _- .-. BULLOCK—TOWMAN.—On the 14th instantby the fiev. William M. Whiteh«ad, Charles K Bullock Fsq., to Miss Anna M. Bowmai_", daughter of Jonas Bowman, _Ew • all of Philadelphia. - * CLlFTON-GARRiSON.-On the 31st October. J_880, _br the Rev. Joseph H. Ke_^nardMr. Wallace Clifton to Miss Rebecca £., daughter of Robert 8. Garrison, 1-da. all of this oitr- * WjRIGHI—WALTER.—On the IOih Deoember. 1869, by the Jiev. John Chamb_^rR, Scephen A. Wright, of California, to Miss Ada F. Walter, of Wilmington, Delaware. ¦ ¦ ' ¦¦ ¦ • ¦ _- ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦:¦¦ ¦ . ¦ .'"".. ¦ ' ' ' *¦ . ¦ POJKCH—McCREA.—On the 12th instantby the Rev. D.I. Patterson- Mr. _Samuel Porch to Miss Hetty Ann MeCrea, all of Philadelphia. *

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

H!cD- >KOI]GH'S OLYMPiO.-( L A T I ifJ GAIET E8,) RACE Street, below * hird. THIS (_FIRDaY) _EVEW1N-. February 18, wit. bb ?E&rosasD The Magnificent. Spectacle entitled ¦¦"" ¦ . THjTsEVjkN SISTERS, Produced at an expanse of over 83000, introtiuo>n_« THE MOST _tt_,RGEOU8 SCENERY Ever witnessed in _anv Theatre in America. THE BOWER OF FEKNS&td LAKE OFSILVEB is a scene of Dazaffng Spiendor. Seonre your seats early. Aamiasion— _farquette, 28 cetts; Orchestra, S7c i Family Circlelfio; Private Box _Saata, Wo. Doors even at 8% o'olook; commenoins at 7X.

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

1 IN CURRENT FDNDS_, SPECIE, &Q, U bonghtandsoldby " JAY COOKE * CO., JaS2 lmif 11* South THIRD _Stree_^ r_^DSTOM-HCUSS DUTIES. 1_^ _TREAfeU&Y NOTES for __ata_| »_jc ou _nj. co _ARTJBiS DE V1S1TB!!—These b«auti ful little Photographs are made in all the perlec tion of the best London and Paris specimens at Me CLEE&', 910 _CHE3_THUT Street. _folWt*

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

SPRING MOUBMNG GOOPS—Just reorived Black and Whiteand Black and Violet Pans Printed Foulards, Second Mourning Syria PoplinsLaveliasCravellas, Japonaise4.0.; Black Balza-Tines, 12>_i to 25 _ots. j Gray luavellas. UK eta.; Hoyle's Lilao i_^_UElish Chintzes, aK ots. ; Black Barege Hernani. Crape Maretz and Baregesall Widths; Ginghams, Black TamatansChaly- Mooselines. _Tamises &o.; Black Poult dp _Soie. and'Groa (jrains cilka, &o.; Black, Plain, and _Figured silk Grenadines. .. ¦ .. ¦ _HEgffOrt * SONMourning Store _fel No, 918 Chestnut street. _rT3=" JOHN B. O O U O H AT f*;K ACA_^'K_^Y O" A.U8IC. J O H. N BT"O U 'i ' Gr H Will deliver t«ro NEW Lectures before tha YOUN6 MEN'S _GHRIBJXAN ASSOCIATION in the ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Oh MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENINGS next, Feb. 18th and 19th, at X before 8 o'olook. ' Swbjsct—" LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OP LONDON LIFE." Reserved seat* in tbe PanjuBtPamuet Ciroleand BalconyPnoe eo oents; Oroheatra Iseats, E0 cents; Unreserved Seat...

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

WANTS W ANTED-A TUTOR AND SiVI-™ I _J^*_-1 * _JrOBLIO 80H00L _THAOHERS. For mi'_^mjsA?^s &lf h _l&fe fetre»t, f#15 2t*

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

fi ARLiKY 8HKAF—JSeoona _uvnmt. below Vise. J S Huntfew Jersey J _CadjruHader. Pox _Cha«e Alf BarberPennsylvania John Sutoh. Hartsvi le J HibbsNewtown „ D _MoCarter, Hartsville Alex B Johnson New Hope

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

FOR SALE _AMD TO LET

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

The American Bonaparte*. MBOB8AT TBUI,ISFABI8. •Ten fSreelilmBelf to ftmt tin Ugfc poBttHfli the adverse side, and to ask for his side only the _iastioe that it would have a right to obtain, if it was pleadiDg against an ordinary _oitiien. Never theless, in pronouncing the name of Madame Bonaparte, he _ooold not help feeling profoundly affected in thinking of the suffering* that that lady—one of the most honorable in the whole world—has endured during the sixty years ihatsne has been waiting for this day of justice, this day of a solemn debate on the position that is denied aer, and of which she has never failed to show hersett worthy. She is here in yoar presence, this lady ot seventy-five years. She comes to vindicate the honor of her whole life, and the _legitimacy of her ¥nS early part of October, 1803, Mr. . Jerome Bonaparte announced to his family faw »*«»_JJ marriage, in letters that were entrusted to a Mr. Barney The Charge de _Affaires of 'tuioMlr. Pichon, in the same...

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

OENER&L NEWS OAVTVKS OF BOKQiASS—A _LABGB 2*UMB*» OF DlAHOHDS _BHD4RSBR1D—AbOUt 10* ° * °l °%*°* Monday night Nathaniel Cavanaugb, a pnyate watchman, employed to watoh stores near _£o ««rner of Broadway and Maiden toe noticed _toat the window shades of the store of Henle _BnfliMt, Iffo. 26 Maiden lane, were _to**"**^ *?6 ^**_"??* that burglars were inside he notified Officers Mo-Donouith and Troy, of the Seoond ward. JEhe _^ key all proceeded to the office of Messrs. Henleon the third floor, where they saw two men working at the iron safe At sight of the officers the burglars attempted to pass them and escape, but both were seized. They made a desperate resistance, and latter ht drew knives upon the officers, but the broug them to terms by showing their revolvers. In possession of the burglars were found a patent brace, two jimmeyB, skeleton keys, powder, tune, *o. They had bored a hole in the safe, and were pre paring to p_»ur powderintothe look when detected_. The ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

RIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE ayainat EXECUTIVE USURPATION, and unfair and tyrannical legislation; ever _deolaring and adhering to the doctrine that POPULAR SOVEREIGNTY oonatitutes the fundamental basis of our free institutions, and that the intelligence and patriotism of our citizens will always be preservative of a wise, just, and salutary Government. These are; the _priaeiplas to whioh THE WEEKLY PRESS has been committed, and to these it will adhere. rpHE WEEKLY PRESS. ANEW VOLUME 1-1861. THE WBBKIiY PRESS will ester upon • New Veume with the New Year. To say, merely, that our paver has been successful would be to give far too weak and indefinite an idea of our position—for, not only has THE WEEKLY PRESS been established on a secure and permanent foundation; butit is, m reality, a marvellous example of the degree of favor whioh a rightly-oondnoted LITERARY, POLITICAL, AND NEWS JOURNAL can receive at the hands of a liberal and enlightened public. Our moat grateful thanks are tendered f...

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

IMPORTATIONS •Reported for the Press.l 8AVANNAH—Steamship state of Georgia, Garvin—47 bales of cottonorder; 102 oka riceK J Ettins & Bro; 36 bdlsdomesticsJ 8 Woodward ft Son ; 50 do. A WhiHden & Soo ; Si do. Hay & MoDevitt; JO do. _O R Moore k Co ; 318 pfegs, Engel & Wolf; _82»kg«. A Hu-Kel; _i i _pkes. Genring & _Bpanglar; 1 box. A _Buspej ; 1 box. H _Disston ; S bxs, J l_eyburn ; 1 box. _Hodgson & Keen; 1 box. C & 8 Mills; 23 pks, F Gaul; 100 pkgs, M.M8ey,G41instCo. ; _¦ ~" PHILADELPHIA BOAJLD OF TRADE. E. CBinDLE. J . LETTER BAGS At to* Merchants' Exchange, _Philadelphia. Ship Saranak, Rowland—. ——Liverpool, Feb 25 Bark irma _. Wortinger™~ ,, Barbadoes, soon Bark American. Christian —-..^—Barbadoes. soon Bark _Rowana. Wilton Lunayn, soon Bark Washington Butoher, Collins.,.._«..Havana, soon Bark Margaret, _Quis__.^__.jKjod9 Janeiro, FebU Brie Ella Keed. i_>_avia_»_-_~. Havanasoon Soar Margaret DillDill _«....Kingst...

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

_plJRE AND OBJBAP BREAD, _MANUFACTTJKBD BY _THOB MECHANICAL BAKEBY, «_AJ| B» OBTA11_ISU AI*H» _WOX.1_OWIII_* ¦ ¦¦¦:¦ .- ¦ ' ,. - ¦ .: .. PIiACESJ.: _/: • MECHANICAL BAKERY, S _^ W. _om(_rof Bread and O.M. CLASS. ———^_fjria ' "**••*' l>ei _*1f H.MONEIL. — .. _^- —8 (_&«1_&!^_rf JATHO * SON, - _Ho.WNorthFifthstraet. JOHN O. MOXEY -Mo. MB Vine street. ' t. P. SlftlTH..—¦- »«^-—Mo._111 Wortli _Fifthstrett, a Hnnv :.: ' .. __ ' ¦ ' ¦ ' - ---«¦ E. ooroer Fifth and S.SOOY ..- Spruce streets. _^ . W.W.MATHEWS "-_^^itr_^_T_^ D. JCrTIGrHT_. Vj ¦ - —— -—Broad street, below Wal-SEOBGE GAEVIII • —No. 1419 Lombard street. _D._OOimTNEY.. "ijfejgagjp*^ WM COURTNEY^—.—— No. 60S South Twelltt S.K.WANAMAKBK---—F_^er*l _«treet, above 8. LENTZ—. --•-—^^_sbKS!* _^ L. HOLLAND. — — ^^ _ffggg^^km DAVID SADDLER—-— _*%£_*. _H«*"; i_Bwr _^_tt ——-—Thirteenth street, below j. _wMBaimaa Thompronsweet. _ S. S.TOMKINi.—.- _^ _VeJfc 0 Worth FroB _a RRnnirfl :. " ..- ' — .. ff- W. comer of Se...

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

ARRIVED. U 8 M jnsanuhiv *tate of Georfis, Garon, from 8svannah vis. New York, with _uidso to A Heron. Jr. & Co. BneVikenffB. (Mor) pieen. M days from London, in ballastto A G Cat tell & Co. _Sphr _Lizziei MauL Haley, 3 days from Morris River, N J. m bailsat to captain. .. JSelir B H Shannon, Marts, J daya from Morris River, N J, in ballast to captain. OLEARET). Steamship Boston, Crooker, New York, Ja_» Allderdme. Bark Margaret, Quig, Rio de Janeiro, _Welsford, Ran ken k Co-Sehr Ljdia _ROgden, Fisher, Riohntond, Van Dusen_, Norton «Co. Sohr Caroline Frances, Spratt, Georgetown, D C, Van Dnsen- Norton * Co. Sohr Charm, Pickup, Washington, B C, Van Dunen, Norton k Co. Str H L Gaw, Her, Baltimore, A Groves. Jr. _MF.WOJ_»ANDAShip LuoknowGorham. 78 days from Calcutta for Mobile, was ipaken ISth ult. la* e «N. lmr M 08 W, and w in oompany for 8 day_« - by ship Golden City, at _Briton from Manila. _Shfp _^ Frijrate. Bird. 805 ton_« renterrating A VA built at Baltimore i...

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

A Real Blessing. P*v_«ei<««. —Well, Mrs. Jones, how ia that headache i Mrs _Jo*«j.—Gone! Doctor, all gone! the pill you sent cured me in just two i.ty minutes, and I wish you ¦would send me more, so that I can have them handy. Physician.—You can get them at _anylDruggist's, Gal for Cephalio Fills. I find they never fail, and I recommend them in all oases of Headache. Mrs. Jonts.—l shall send for a box direotly, _andlsnali toll all ray suffering friends, for they are ar«aJ _hltssvtg Vwbhxy Millions oi Doiifgs saved.—Mr. Spalding has sold two millions of botiies of his oelebrated Prepared Slue, and it is estimated that each bottle saves at least ten dollars'worth of _brokeruforniture, thus making an aggregate of twenty millions of dollar* reclaimed from total toes _br this valuable invention Having made his Gins a household word, he now proposes to do the world still greater service by curing all the aching heads with his Cephalic Pills_.and if they are a« good as his Glue, H...

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

— » mm ¦ ¦ .. ' The Thunderer on Mr. Buchanan. The London Times, in the course of an article on the present oondition of American affairs, thus alludes to the President Buchanan's unfortunate position in regard to the events that distract our country: " These considerations should not be lost sight of in estimating the position of Mr. Buchananand he oertainly needs all the _exouse and allowance that the most tolerant critic can suggest in hi* behal. He owes his election to the very Southern States who are now in open rebellion to his authority, and his best friends have left him in & body, rather than submit to be employed in preserving the Union whose bread they have eaten, ana whose official stations they have filled during the last four years. ? * * We fear it is impossible to avoid the conviction that few men oalled upon to play a great historical part have been found more utterly unequal to their situation than Mr. Buchanan. In the vain hope of conciliating the Southe...

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