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

LEGAL IN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. ftHmHM_£ "SS&tt. N - _^ Attor_^ey. Ir w dlV.

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

*ardly Heajized. Hi 'ad 'n orrible 'eadaohe this hafternoon. hand I stepped into the hapotheoary's, hand says hi to the mas," Can you hease me of an 'eadaoh_* I" «• Does it haohe » ard?"say_« 'e. "Hexoeedingly."aayshi, hand upon that *e gave me a Cephalic Pill, hand 'pon-me 'onor it cured me so quick that I 'ardlr realized I 'ad 'ad an'eadaohe. .

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

OIL OF COGNAO AT PRIVATE BALE. 9A n>«_. warranted pure oil of oogsnont iniP-WOVD * OO.AUCTIONEERS, Pl?iL MARKET Street and _S_*l MINOR St _mirnnvH NATHANS, AUOTIONEER ffiSSSrSratsr"-^"1

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

{VIRS. _JAMSS BUTTS' . OMiBBEATH if * ftUPPORTERS FOR LADEE8. and the _odIjsst Mrtersunaer eminent medical pataroxage. _Lsdiw a _ihynetesB are respectfnllj remeited to csti _oan _grs. Bette_, at ber residence. 1O39 WALNUT Btw Philadelphia(to avoid _^ eounterleits.) Thirtj thoa«_£ tovahds have been _advisea by thmrphysicwwiou W&fvFW** _**P^? only are _fennine _besrini» Un< ted Sto tea oopyngbt, labels on the boxand lip _turoa. <ndfttaomrtjif)Supporters,with _tertimoniii aoU-tnthsatf - .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

Weekly Review of the Philadelphia Markets. _ . _^_hK 'Adbi_.phia_, Feb. 15,1861. _Basmess opens slowly, and the markets generally _oontinue very inactive for the season. Bark i« Maree and in demand. Br*adstaffs are very dull, and _pnota for mostdeseripuOM Wo _dw,nned_. Candles are nnohanged. Coal-ttoere is very HtUe doing. Coffee meets a good inquiry, at previous rates. Cotton is unsettled and lower. Sugar and _MolasseB are quiet Feathers are quiet _msh sell slowly, and only in a small way from store. In Fruit there is a limited trade doing. No change in Hemp or Hides. The Iron market continues at a stand. Lead is quiet. Lumber—nothing doing. Naval Stores are _unchanged, In Provisions there is less doing. Rice is steady. Bait—not much dsing. Cloverseed is active, and rather lower. Tallow, Teas, and Tobacco remain as last quoted. Wool is quiet In Dry Goods there is rather more activity, but no important ohanges to notioe in the trade. The Breadstuffs market ia without any materia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

$\t fjitss SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1861 Motley _' s History of the United Netherlands. _* Five years ago, the reading public of England and America _Recognized the " Rise oi the Dutch Republic," in three _octavo volumes, as a historical work of the highest interest, importance, and merit, and at once placed its author, John Lothrop Motley, ia the foremost rank of living writers. Curiosity was awakened about him, and discovered that in April, 1814, he was bom in Massachusetts, a locality which, has produced many men of high culture, but very few of great genius; that, af ter having graduated at Harvard in 1831, he still further pursued his studies in Germany; that he _subsequently travelled in Italy j that, on Ms return home, he became a lawyer at the age of 24, but disliked the drudgery of that profession, which, like Art, is a jealous mistress, and frowns at "all flirtations with more attractive _geddesses ; that, for some months, he was Secretary of Legation at Petersburg ;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE Mishap to the Rev. Dr. Leyburn. The Rev. John Leyburn, D. D., of this city, who has been for several months past travelling abroad , recently met with a mishap in which ho narrowly escaped with his life. It appears that while on his way, in company with Mr. Low, from Jerusalem to the _DeaS Sea, not far from Jericho, on the 27 th of December, after bathing in the Jordan/they were suddenly attaoked by a party of nine armed _Bedsum Arabs from the mountains ofSIoab. Whether these people are the Moabite descendants of Lot, by the incestuous act of hit daughter, after their miraculous deliverance frcm the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah, we do not know; they are, however, robbers of the worst class. The Doctor and his companion were stripped of nearly all their clothing, their joint loss being Over six hundred dollars. We have so doubt that when our eloquent townsman returns, this incident in his Holy Land experience, which, from all _acoounts, came very n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

PENNS_1fI.VANIiL ITEMS Tbs Bloomfield Mystery.—The Ferry county (Pa.) Freeman gives some farther particulars of William Weaver, whose recent arrest on a charge of poisoning his wife was noticed. The Freeman says: "William "Weaver, &S husband of the deceased woman, was living near Parties burg, Chester county, in this State, and we understand flame to Perry county about April, 1859. He removed his family from Centre township to Bloomfield in the beginning of last November, but he had been acting at hostler at Mr. Speakman's hotel since August last. _Tne redden death of his wife took our _oitfzoss by sarp ' riie. HJs _aotlons after her death —having married acother wtfo about four weeks after the death of his first one, and gone off—the discovery that he had purchased strychnine at Newport and gave his receipt therefor—the return of a couple or his daughters from Chester county, whither he had sent them, and their declarations, and various other suspicious circumstance...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

GENERAL NEWS. .Discover? or ah other New Ot»tbe-bed A couple of fishermen at Keyport have recently discovered anew oyster bed, which bids iair to •reate an excitement something similar to that en Long Island Sound some two years since. The shell resembles those of the " Old Sounds," with a meat like the last Riversasd a flavor said to be equal to the famous Norwalk oysters. The two men who have discovered the bed, of couree, keep the locality a secret merely giving its locality oa the _Jsrsey shore, between Coney Island and Sandy Hook. They fish for them only during the night and take them by dragging in over twenty, feet of water. The Lockport _Advertiser says that on Feb. 7, when the mercury was ten degrees below zero, a lady and gentleman came some sine miles to 2/ookport, in a cutter, for the purpose of being married. When they arrived at the American Hotel, the gentleman's face and ears were frozen, and also the lady's nose. As soon aa the marriage ceremony was performed ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

IX. _IVEJCOIS _LAKD. oro_^Sis_^5o^~_TSLETN _^ mJL _jjustrious IS THB GARDEN STATE OF THE WEST. THE ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY Have for sale > ¦' •' 1.2OO_.OOO ACRES RICH f _AEMINGt LANDS is ¦ . -¦ r_^: _-\ : . ' ' ' ¦ TRACTS OF FORTY ACRES AND UPWARD. ON ,.,.. _¦ ¦ . ¦ , • -. ;¦ .; - . LONG CREDIT AND AT LOW PRICES. MECHANICS, FARMERS, AND WORKING MEN. The attention of the enterprising and inuustrions portion of the community in directed to the following statements and liberal inducements offered them by the ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD COMPANY,' Which, as they will perceive, -frill enable them. By proper energy, _peraeveranofe, and industry, to provide comfortable and permanent homes for themselves and families, with, comparatively speaking, very little capital_* ,_ , ¦ •" . ¦ - ...-:¦ . ¦ lands of Illinois. No State in the valley of the _Mississippi offers so great an inducement to the settler as the State of Illinois. There is no portion of the world where all of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

Cadets Appointed. its* of Cadets appointed "at large," by _tlis Presidentf _February 13,1861. 1. " &. Buchanan Wade, eon of Lieutenant Colonel E, Dean Arden Wade, who was twice brevetted for gallantry in tbe Florida war, and at Molino del Iley, and di»d of wounds r«4ei?ed ftt Cirarabasco. 2. Randolph Bidgely_, who was distinguished in Florida, brevetted for brilliant conduct at the battle of Palo Alto and Reeaca de la Palma, and distinguished at tho storming of _Mentorey, where he died. . . 3. Charles W. Morris, son of the late Commodore Morris, a distinguished ani gallant officer of the navy, _ttho was with. Commodore Hull at the capture of the Cruerriere, and with Commodore Bainbridge in the capture of a frigate, and who died in the service. 4. Henry _Brookholst Lodyard, grandson ef Gen. Lewis Cass. " ¦ ¦ 5. _Theophilus H Holmes, Jr., son of Major T. H. Holmes, of the army, who was bievetted for gallant conduct at Monterey. 6. Frederick W- Smith, eon of the Hon. William ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

LMffi WATCH REPAIR INC _MW5 _HAVINO FINS WATOBES _^Hfc _ave hitherto given no satisfaction to fee _^^_HiBvited to bring them to our store .were _^M be remedied fey _thoroughly skilful and _^^_Hjtffcmen _, and the tratoa warranted to give ¦^¦^¦MtiOB_. _^Ha, Musical Boxes, fco., carefully put in _^^ ** FARR fc BROTHER, ^¦^¦_wWatehes. Musical Boxes, Cloofcs. _*c ^^¦F42« _CHESTNUT Mreet, below Fourth . ¦_P WEEKLY FRESS. HpW VOLUME 1-1861. HrEKLY PRESS wiU enter bvoh a New V_»- _Hb New Year. ^¦_jJKe ly_.thftt oar _vaver has been srooeMtan _^^^_pgive far too weak and indefinite am _Mea _^HHtofi—for, not only ha* Hp£ WEEKLY PRESB _^^ HUied on a secure and permanent foundation, _^^Eie&lity, a marvellous example of the decree _^Hpiefe * riehtiy-eonducted _BpART, POLITICAL, AND HEWS ¦ f JOURNAL _^Bp_». _Hfee at the hands of a liberal and enlightened _^Mfcr meet grateful thanks are tendered for the _JB| already bestowed upon usand we shall spare _^_Eprhich mar serve to render t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

Our _Kew York Letter SHI FOWLER _DEFALCATION* CASH—FRESHET AT ALBANY— DEATH OF AH EMINENT BANKER — WCHEASE OF EMIGRATION—FAtLtTRBS—FAKNT _FEBIT PLEASSS STEWART, THB DRY-GOODS MAN—RICHABB MX BROBCK—COJC. PBEMOICT—Og». Brx ASB XAJOB AKDBBS0N—"THEM MUSKETS." [_Correspondence of The Press. 1 _Nbtv Yobk, Feb. 14,1881. The Fowler defalcation case has resulted as wa flupposed, in a verdict in favor of Law and Cono ver. ¦ • The freshets in the valley of the Mohawk and ia the Hudson are doing immense damage. At AI* bany it is estimated that not less than $200,000 worth of property has been destroyed by it. ¦ Richard g. _Winslow, of the eminent basking house of _Winslow, Lanier, & Co., died this morning, at _Weatport, Conneotleat. Mr. Winslow, a descendant of Governor Winslow, of the Plymouth colony, was bora at Hartford, in Conneotleat, about the year 1805. About the year 1820, he removed with his parents to Albany, in this State. He came to the oity of New York more than thi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

AT DEAN & CO.'S, 335 CHESTNUT Street, _Philadelphia, Pa. At DRAN. & CO.'S, _6O West FOURTH Street, Cincinnati , Ohio, At DB AN & CO.'S, 148 DE A RBORN Street, Chicago, ltinois_. At DEAN & CO.'S, Detroit, Michigan, At DEAN & CO.'S, 814 MAIN Street, Buffalo, New York, _. At DEAN & CO.'S, 8 ARCADE* Rochester, New York. • ¦ ' • • ¦ ¦ ' At DBA1 * & CO.'S, next poet office-, Harrisburg, '_ennsylvania_. At DEAN & CO.'S, 335 CHESTNUT Street, Philade_^_Fennsylva_^ _^NBUy A first-rate Vest Chain. ~—, ~~_ ¦ for 9100 A rood Guard Chain^~- —~- f or 100 , Lady's Chatelaine Chain... -~™ ». for 100 Al ady's Week Chain™- —~for 100 .Child's Neoklaoe ...t -...__..r_^ ,for 100 A1* karat Gold Pen and Silver Holder for 100 A Counting-house Pen and Holder....-. —~ for 100 A Gold Pencil. ......for 100 A _lady's Cameo Set.—.-. —— «—— __ for f 00 ALadj'sJet Set— —m~_— .—_,_~_....for 100 . Lady's Lava Set-. —. * for 100 Lady's Onyx Set . ...» f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

PERSONAL AND POLITIOALi —Lieutenant Slemmer, says the Columbus Times, in command of Feit Pickens, dined with Colonel Tennent Lomax and officers of the Alabama volunteers, a few days since, and in course of a friendly conversation said: " Colonel Lomai, I expeotei a visit from you at the fort before this time." To this kind rebuke of the chivalry and courage of the State troops, the gallant Colonel promptly replied : " My dear sir, had I been in command you would sot have been disappointed. " — Colonel Hardee has been appointed to command the First Regiment of Georgia troops. We do not hear of his acceptance. — The CharleBton Mercury flajs: " The Northern papers seem disposed to make a saint of Major Anderson. Should he not be first cannonized here"_- _'v ¦ ¦ ¦ - ;" . ¦_'"'¦ \ -..-, ' : -v/; / " . " —An _eathosiasUo patriot, while viewing Kane's Arctic Panorama the other evening, at St. Louis* was so overcome by a sight of the tattered flag whioh Kane planted on the most nort...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

_iEGAL _INTELLIGENCE. Supreme Court—Justices Woodward, Thompson, and Strong.—(_lirard Bank vs. Bank of Penn Township. Argument concluded. Kirkpatrick vs. _Kirkpatrick. Two cases. Argued by F. C. Brewster, Esq., for _plaintiff in error, •nd by George M. Wharton and George A. Coffey for defendant in error. David Paul Brown, Esq.., will conclude for plaintiff in error toil morning. District - Court—Judge Hare.—W. J, P. White, assignee of John M. Odenheimer, vs. Wm. T. LewiiJr., and wife. Before reported. Verdict for defendant. The President, Managers, aad Company of the Frankford sod Bristol Turnpike Road vs. the City of Philadelphia. An action to recover damages for outting up the road of the plaintiffsin laying water pipes and neglecting to put the saute in good condition. Jury out. _ Cohkon PiEAs—Judge Thompson.—Fresbury, Sykes, ¦ •* Company vs. the City of Philadelphli, _(_Trasteei of the City Gas Works.) A motion to dissolve the injunction heretofore granted to restrain the defe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

K THE PRESS. SCBD DAILY, (SUNDAYS EXC1PTED,) ¦Esr _johbt w. FOBirarr, Kb HO. 417 CHESTNUT STREET. Kg JOAIL_.Y PRESS, KicmTs Pee Week, pavab'e to the Carrier_, ^¦_tubsoribers out of the City at Six JDoz._itss H§t Four Doiaabs 70s Eight Months, ^¦pb**8 for Six Months—invariably in ad-^Hkft t ime ordered. |K|TRI-WEEKLY PRESS, _^MKbaoribers out of the City ftt These Dol-^uiid x. in advance. _^ _^ ¦»MMISS1ON HOUSES. Hhr, B_^SS_^_mro_^am , |^HptO» US CHESTNUT ST , ^¦_pClSSIOF MERCHANTS _^^P FOB THE SALE OF Kdelfhia-made K - GOODS. 1 _^ KiiiwEKT CORN, _KT9 6_KEEN CORK, ¦¦pCfe TOMATOES, _REACHES, _^^^_UtBEN PEAS, &c, &o. ¦ pT O. ROBERTS, _^Hf SEALER IN Be groceries. _S_^Btiraer ELEVENTH and VINE Streets.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

^¦TFLUUS, _^KF £0M 0H0ICK WHI¥E WBB*f. _Rh , mattson, _^_BlutS fl »_n_« TEJSTH «tte«_tt. _Mllg _^^_filral_^ FURNlTUIlE . _Bp VAL, ¦_pJT. ALLEN & BRO.; _^Br inform their friends and customers that _^Kkave removed fro .n No. 2«0 South K _BECOflS Street to their Knew stobe, _HfcEESTHUT STR EET, B_«i have always on hand a fine assortment _HprOOD, WALNUT, AND OAK _WUBNITURF; _^_KviH tell at less than their former prices, in _^^Kfta&vrac greater facilities iot busmen, _^^_Hjtorjesn expense. . _^^BsffcllT solicit a call before purchasing _^^^^KT-'- ¦ jaSs-sm HSlNG MACHETES. ~^^ Miewi _ng machine. HtfftflS&SK FOR QUILTING AMD Keavy work. _^Kjw two spools without the trouble of re-^^Et rSfiBwith little or no noise. _^ ¦ jto/_TSO ARCH St reetPhilad el phia,. and _^^EtIMORE St.. Baltimore . Md. ial3-Sm _^EoOKING GLASSES. "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

_^_mg_> JOB PRINTING. HpMIW JOB PRINTING OFFICE B-THE PRESS" _^Br*f to execute neatly, cheaply, and expeditioualy _^EL. xvxkt nxscKiPTioif or Kl AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING. B* PAMPHLETS, Wt K PAPER BOOKS, K CIRCULARS, HL BILL HEADS, ^¦KLAN&S OF EVERY DESCRIPTION K POSTERS, B _p HANDBILLS. _Bfe_^ PSIMT1SS »os _^^ Br'r _^hONEKRS, LAWYERS, B8 _" alERCHAWTS, MANVPACXURERS, _B_;; . _MECHANICS, BANKS, _mBLBJOAD AND INSURANCE COMPANIES. _WNm orders left ftt th_» PnUioatioa Office o! Tht Bl _sts, _41T OlIKBVIf¥7 StrMt, ml! M »rom»tlj ¦mm, itW-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

A Talentme. BT *HR _KiLXS OF IOWHR HALL We have a " Valentine" received, And thus it reads s "With land regard I send to jou. in _fnaidjto _tru«» A picture of _yourselfi th_« * _BftN. '" The picture we will here describe: A Yankee-looking poet small Is perched upon the _(lghtning-rod Above the mammoth Tower Hall; And in his hand he holds a pen Which reaches to the roof below. On which is _writen," Men should a.l To Tower Halt for Clotfiing go; " And every man should buy a suit_. That he mar be, in _olothin* fine, Upon Love's fie'd. where hearts are won, A knight of good et. Valentine. The _Uiird, upon his lof ty perch. Beneath a _Mubo'_i _wiDt appears; His as(5)peot does not please us _maoh, for very lengthy are his ears. The maid who sent the Valentine Has our respect, in spite of all Because she made ub pen the truth Upon the _toof of Tower Hall. You'll s_^e it in our stanza* here_. And, if you will that truth regard, I shall not care how long the ears Are made in"' pictures...

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