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

E. & F. ESHLEMAN A FLETCHER. D^* 8O0_» _*£_X CHESTNUT STREET, SOUTHWEST CORNER OP EIGHTH. TH_$ CRAVAT s t ore AND THE COLLAR STORE OF PHILADELPHIA CITY. GRAND DEPOT F_03 THS GENT'S PATENT J3NAMELLED COLLAR ARB BEST LINEN CHOKER. CRAVATS, SCARFS, AND NBCKTIE8 IN END LESS NUMBER8 " . . AND IN STYLES TBE VERY LATEbT. ALL KINDS OF GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING GOODS. SHIRTS MADE TO ORDER, 6 for 89 and upwards, fNO FIT, NO SALE.) m-ni.i bear in Mind The Corner Is EIGHTH & CHESTNUT NO. 8OO. jalf-ths&tutf :

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

Saving Fund. american life INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY. Office S. is. Corner FOUBl B. and WALNVT Streets. This institution continues to receive Deposits, as usual, and pais all sums, large or small, on demand, as it has always done. It has asked for no legislation, and desires none. January 29, I860. ja23 lm Savins Fund—National Safety Trust Company.—During the suspension of specie payments by the BankBi Money ie received and paid daily, in the same kind of funds, specie or notes, «« deposited; Interest five per oent. WALNUT Street, southwest corner of THIRD. ja2-tf Haib Dtb ! IIaib _Dttb !!—B&tchelor's LIQ.UID HAIR DYE is he original and best in tkt market. All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided if you wish to escape ridicule. Splendid Black or beautiful Browh instantaneously. Sold by all Druggists everywhere. The genuine has the signature of WILLIAM. A. BATCHELOR upon a »teel-plate enjrravine on four Hides of eaoh box. Beware Of _Coutiltrfsits. _Matraf...

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

NO PANIC!!! Th ere is nojpanio at tbe N.E. Corner EIGHTH and SPRING GARDEN fits. Full Stock. >'_resh Goods Daily, Reeping up Sales, Selling Goods Cheap, and Buying Goods Cheap, AU Wool Flannels. Good Large Blankets „ Beautiful Marseilles Quilts, Pl»no-Tab!o ond Stand Covers. Power-Loom Table Linens, Best SnirtingLinens, Sheetingand Pillow-Linens, Damask Table-Linens Crash Diapers, Towels, fco, °™tR _^of£sln SHAWLS_. AND SILKS, Fancy Dress Ooo*. _Jjpifl_^jg_^ _^. cmsM ; H. E. Corner EIGHTH k SPRING GARDEN sk jaM ¦¦ --_^-¦¦ :¦ . - ¦ - - - - ,.:¦¦ ' LINENS, SHIRTINGS, SHEETINGS. Fronting, _Shiiting, and Pillow Linens, Material for fine shirts, Linen* and Muslin* br the piece, G00d f laM0 Aa B_^E Tl &AfeKS. Superb stook Table Cloths and Damasks, Good Napkins, Laree Damask Towels Doyliesextra large and fine Table Cloths, All at the lowest _prioes, at retail or BY THE _dV_^_riTV_^^ ro_^H Ja9 _Sontheast _cornur NINTH and MARKET_. SHAWLS, CLOAKS, DRESS GOODS, AND EMBROIDERE...

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

SEE FOURTH PAGE. ARRIVED Steamship Delaware, Cannon, 22 hours from N York, with _mdse and passenger* to Jas Alldeidioe. Passed at 1PM yesterday, above New Castle. Citi Ice Boat, with ship Ana £ Hooper, for Liverpool, in tow. CLEARED. 8!r F W Brune, Foster, Baltimore, A Groves, Jr. BY TELB_8HAPH. (Correspondence of The Press. ) NKWOELBA.NS.Febl*. Arrivedships _Lombzo and Wurtembnrg. from Liverpool Creole and Confidence, from New York; Mary, irom Havre. ' ... ¦ ¦;.: .. ' . ¦ ': ;. •.;•; ¦¦¦ ¦ ¦ : (_Coneefonienoe of_^_iMdp_^lxCha|Bg.)4 Several schooners passed in to-day. Nothing going out. _l_^ _eaau and _stormiBg. THoSiB_HtjeHEs> MEMORANDA. Steamship Danial Webster. Miner, cleared at New York yesterday for Brazos. Steftmship Vigo. MoGuigan, for Liverpool, cleared at New York yesterday. Ship _Indiaman, Smith, cleared at Boston 11th _inst. for can Francisco. BrigB I* _Bwettt Jewettfor Philadelphia, went to oeo from Wilmington, _NC. 13th _inst. Brig C tt Frost, Hopkins, from T...

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

jl/IR. MOTLEY'S HISTORY OP THE UNITED NETHERLANDS HARPBE & BROTHEES, FftASEiiH Square, New York, Publish this Day : _HISTORY OF THE UNITED NETHERLANDS . . From the Death of William the Silent to the Synod of Port, With a full View of the English-Dutch Straggle araicst Spain, and of the _Origin and Destruction ofthe8panish _Armadi. By John Lothrop Motley, _Lli. D., D. C. L., Correspondine Member of the Institute of France, Author ef " The Rise of th« Dutch Republic. " With Portraits and Map. 2 vols. 8vo _Mnslin_, $4.00; Sheep, 94.tO; Half Calf, _®S. Mr. Motlet, {4_« American Historian of the United Netherlands—we _otee him English homage.—London Times. • _Sis living and truthful picture of events.—Q.Vartkbly Review (London', Jan., 1861. Fertile as the present age has been in historical works of the highest merit, none of them ean be ranked above these volufhes _tn the grand qualities of interest, accuracy, and truth.—iDiSBUitoH Q.daktbbi.t Review, Jan.,1861. This noble ...

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

f_^HARLES ADAMS * iSONEIGHTH _^ and ARCH _STRFFTiS. will o»en this day 1 000 yards Plain Swiss Muslin purchased at panio pricesfrom 12_X to fift* oents per ya d. White Goods in every variety. fe_!6 CHARLES ADAMS & SON have just received 00 dozen L.C. Handkerchiefs, Sl_^Oper dozen. 6o dozen Ladies L.C. Handke-chiefs. 91 BO per dozen_, ladies'. Gents', and Children's Handkerchiefs in every _variety, from 8o to 58 each. Shirting, Sheeting, and Table Linen, afineasS6rtnriAfir xel8 I_^_HARLES ADftMS & SON _haye pur-V_^chased at panio prieea. for o°sh. One lot Chintzes for *}£o worth 20 oents. One lot Chintzes for 9o. worth 12 cents. One lot < 'il Chintzes fnr 18o. worth 35 rent*. One lot Chintzes 4-4 Double _rurple 12_X cents. Ladies' i-ages. _aometbing new, just reoeived. felS HARL1S ADAMS & SON now offer for sale New Spring Style Chintzes. New Spring Style Glaoe Poplins. I**?* _Fprine . Press Fabrics at anon as out. WI_*TBk GOODS selling off below cos...

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

ABEL * .. UILlHiD'S _UneurpasiaWfl _Entertainments of MAGNIFICENT _PiCTORIAL I _LLUSTRaTIOKS. Will be given at the ASSEMBLY BI'ILD.i_*_GS, B.W.comerof T_*-N l'H and _T_^_KSTNUT St reets, _fcVERY _EVENTMG THIS WEEK. THK STEREOPTICON Displays GIGANTIC STERfcuS-OPrC PICTURES. 24 _FF3kT SQDABB, Representitip the must noted view« and _interettm§ objeota of Naror« and «rt. comprising _BfiAUT* PUL S<3ENE« V, _charming landscapes. PAWO>?AMIC VffWS OF CITIESi ANCIKl»'r RUINB. The finest specimen* of A hCttlTECTUBE of all ages »nd nations, a_» repr_^sentT 1 in lheir CHURCHES. CATHEDKALS. ABBEY", PALACES. CASTLES. MONUMENTS, ARCHES, BRIDGPS. PUBLIC £DIF CES, Etc., And ohoice specimens of ANCIb.«T a«D _MODKRKJ STATUARY. Together with a number of interesting, views on the Line of the _PEKWdYLVAftlA CENTRAL RAILROAD _LOCAli SCENERY, INTERIOR* OF _THURCHES. MONUMENTAL _SCULPTURJiS. &C, &C A_3D COLOSSAL _fORiRAlTS «jr - ' - AMERICAN H"H0Vo AND STATESMEN, _^tfA_^_WS...

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

New York Stock Exchange--Feb. 15. SXCOSS BOARD. 7W0U80s'68. 95 !00 Gal It Chi R-. 73 6000 Missouri 8 6_» 67 400 do.il__MZIZ733tf i lS\_%_fel S«fe?FSi so_.o Chi & «_JJ. taJ--g _ffl N y c_« _Rl~. _"" .ra_2 J_~ l«-XXVi?30 " UK _%Er _%_Bailroad:.:!_f ji_| _^° _frrr_^_fA £m *_T.R _^:: «»-4 75 ao.:..:_r....s4..79_K _« do, -_^_rlli 100 Cleve & Toledo R..34 75 do-..™- .45 joo do -.. .b30.-34_M ISO Reading R..... *sx ioo do— _*m eo do... —— *s_« 25 di]^-u_^.._M _«.3i_^ HO do—. —-—.~_-« THE MARKETS. _Ashbs are unchanged. . .—. v Flouk., *c.—The market for State and weitern Flour to day is without striking changewith a moderate business doibg tor export and home consumption; sales 6 000 hbis at yesterday's quotations. Southern Flour is quiet and unchangedwith sales 600 bb_<s at S6 30«6 SS for common, and $8 60a7.60 for fancy and extra. Canadian Flour is quiet an* steady-with _iales of 200 bbla at ©61536.7C for common to choice extra. In Hi e Flour the business _conti...

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

! DRY GOODS JOBBERS. ; Are cow in their New Store, JAYNE'S MARBLE BUILDING, _NOS 6tt CHESTNUT AND 614 JAYNE STREET, PHILADELPHIA, and have opened their S PHI NO IMPORTATION OF SILKS AND FANCY DRY GOODS, AL?O, DSEH8 GOODS, IN GREAT VARIETY, _SHAWL8, MITTS, RIBBONS. Ac , With a splendid Stock of WHITK GOODS, LTNENS, _EMBROIDERIES, are fel4-tf

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

RE TAIL. DRY GOODS. THOS. W. EVANS & CO HAVE JUST OPENED THEIR FIRST IMPORTATION OF _SPKING _GOOI>B, EMBRACING FOULARDS, PARISIENNES, ENGLISH PRINTS, Aiid other Goods suitable for EABLY SPRINC_* WfeAB 818 AND 820 CHESTNUT STREET. feU-3t

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

: ¦• .; iHo_«j«_ani;i5 COMPAKIE8. • ¦ STATEMENT OF THE MUTUAL FIRE _INfiURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. JANUARY I, 1861. Office No. S South _FTFTH Street. CHARTER PERPETUAL. Amount of Property IrjBured™—... ..-^__ $2_^ ,900 DO ASSETS. Premium Notes „ „.. .519,268 SO Invested in City 6 per oent. Loan.. 828 00 Office Furniture-— — „.... 118 12 Cash m hands of Treasurer,_™.,... 247 84 liabili ties;— _«20 _' 46246 None. Received Interest on Premium _n Notes, &o . S2_._678 1* Received interest on Loans and Investments.... ¦ ¦..... ~~ 46 67 '¦- ¦ ¦¦' . " • . , ¦ ...-.. ¦"¦ ¦ ¦ . _«2_,624 _8I Interest and Premium returned-. 60«? _„ At the annual meeting of the members of the ' company for the election of Directorsheld at the rooms of the Board of Trade, No. 505 CaESlNUr Ptreet, first month {January) M. 1861, the following persons were • !S9tedIbrtheensiiin| i year_^ ( _^B Benjamin M&lonP) Simeon Matlack James 8raedley, Thomas P. Rowlett, EHDlllin. Joseph _HaywarU, William...

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

PARK BE HOUSE, BOSTON.—The addition to this Hotel being completed with superior accommodation for Ladies and Gentlemen, will be opened oo _MONDAY. _Kobruary 13. The House is complete in ail its appointments, and it is trie intention of the proprietors to make it worthy the patronage of the travelling public. ¦ „._,.«_ felfilmif JOHN F. MILL8. _PHOTOGRAPHS OK AMBROTYPES taken of sick or deceased persons at their residences. Charges moderate, and pictures unsurpassed. B.F.RBIMJiK, It* 615 and 61? north SECOND street, _abore Green. M|^ABT£S;DE VISITS !" or any style of _A_^ / plain or colored Photograph. Ivorytype or Daguerreotype, in perfection, at MoCLEES_', No. 9to CHESTNUT Street. _fric a* a_> LANDRETH' S WARRANTED • GARDEN SEED3.-Landreth'_«Fxtra Eaily Pear, _f;arly Cabbage, Peppertgs Plant. Tomato. Lettuce, Radish, i.o.. of the freshest and purest quality. For saie by D. _LANDtteuTH k SON Implement and Seed _Warehouse It* _Nw_._al and 23 South SIXTH Street. HO. XT _L h...

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

VAN AMBUBGH & CO.'S GRAND ZOOLOGICAL INSTITUTE UNITED STATES BUILDINGS, 4 86 and 488 CH E«TN UT Street, Next to the Custom House. EVERY MORNING, AFTERNOON,and _KVhNING Doors of en at 10 A. M.2 and 6X P. _AA. _Admiwion 28 cents; children under nine years IS cents. Performance of _Elephant, Lions, Tikera, i'anthers, Leopards f _urnaa, _fomes, Monkeys, Mules, &o.» every Afternoon MdK™i FO _' URTH SUCCESSFUL WEEK Of this Moral, instructive, and Amusing Exhibition. SPECIAL NOTICE.—'J'hat miracle of sagaoitjthe wonderful Performing .Elephant, Tippoo Baibwill be introduced into the arena every _Afternoon and Evening_, by Prot. Nash, and execute feats hitherto deemed impossible, and never attempted by any other animal. jaU-tf . ¦: ' ¦ •¦:. -. - ¦¦ * . -¦¦" _- .-:¦ ¦¦: .. THE GERMANIA ORCHESTRA give their PUBLIC REHEARSALS every S/TUR BAY, commenoing at _SH o'clook. at the MUSICAL FUND HALL. 8 tickets, SI; single tickets25cents, for sate at _Chiokerme A. Son's807 Chestnut...

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

_"I_^INDSRELLA AND HER SISTERS, " _*_J PAINTED BY ¦J. .VAN _LilfiKIUS, OF THS HOTAI, ACADKMT OF _FISB ABT_3, AHTrTEBF. ON EXHIBITION AT ROBIN _^ OlST'S. 91(1 CHESTNUT STREET. OPKX FROM 9 A. 31. TO 6 P. M. _Admission 35 cents- Season t ckets 60 cents. NOTICE.—The exhibition will positively close Maroh ZA. ¦ ' :;.. ¦¦ ., - _; ¦ -,. ,•-.: .. , ¦ ,- ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ '. _-¦¦¦¦ : fel3IBt & »iuvnp'n>.tz.-nDv>t»lAi2V2_M¥a stheet, OPEN FOR THK SKASUN. NEWLY DECORATE_« AND PAINTED. MR. SANFOAD Has secured one of the LARGEST COMPANIES ever presented heretofore who will appear nightly. Sanford will perform every evn _' _ng. Doors open at 7; Commence at 1%. Admission 25 cents. Children 16 cents. dol7-2m S ~ IGNOR BLITZ AT HTS TEMPLE OJfWONDERS. COMMONWEALTH HALL CHESTNUT STREET, SiGNOR BLITZhaving returned from Cuba, will, b? gennral solioit_^tion, oommencs his ENTERTAINMENTS at the above plaoe on _WEDftEcsD *Y »< VBNING. _Jt_^uary 39, at hatfpast seven, "na EVERY EVENING...

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

ORIENTAL DETERSIVE SOAP.—Oa© nnnnri of which will do aa m»ph washing, and do it _gSSwffiESS_^teft ttS _wSyaeS_^_Sr _wtin. the money. All respeotabieGrooere have it for *aie. THAIN & McKB0NBf anjH-wn if K aa and 84 _Bonlh W haraef. I Wll_^L OP SB _ON SIXTH DAY, the 8th ;_..,,,. the following; " oods, _purobaaod fromthn ,J& _Zf a urge hoM«« which ha_« been unfortunate: 8t onc _° ot of ladies'GJo«s, 12«, worth 18«. Hne lot of ladies' Glove*. USX, worth _». Bne lot of _«ente'GIoye«._lW_, worth j«. one lot oi gents* Gloves. _183£, worth SIX. five lots ot ladies' made Hose, _12Kworth 25. ive lota of Suspenders at 7Se worth SI. . / Five lots of gema' L. C. _Handkerohiefa at all prices. Several lotas.* Hair _Brushea, and n.M . other kinds of goods at grea-t _saoiifiee. An. earl; _^JKAkTs' , _profr anyone at _^_-; ^^a ARCj _Msfe_, l_^_KrNuH 'ffltHJ—Pure _oM_/v_* _W.^'1 _*.¦ ¦ _^_< _^&_^_a_£ _£~ ¦<¦¦ F ~" _JSAUJd HttA» _i»_i —^ _bDla _auperiOT _w alit...

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

EDUCATIONAL. _ROFESSOR _ALEXANDER DE WOL0WSK1 his the honor to annonroe that, in oomplianoe wi»h the _ceneial request of his f• lends and pupilshe will give one morn, ano P'MiVlVKLY LA T COUtB_^ofinnmouon in SINGING and the PIANO, by his Newaud Original Method* wnioh has met with _unexampled success. All those who desire tn neoome, in a very short timefine _lingers or excellent Performers, on n avail themselves of 'his laBt _appoituaity by applying at his residence, No. 1_' 4X _UANtOM Street. foe 6t » A LADY WILL INSTRUCT ON TUE Harp, Pianoor Guitar, or give lessons in Singing. Apply to CiiAa. T. 1SVAN_9, 4a South FROiT Street- felS-6_'.* BiiYA NT, STRATTON, & FAIRBANKS' MERCANTILE COLLEGE, 8. E. corner SEVENTH and CHESTNUT Streets.—Day and Evmint Sessions. Individual instruction in Bookkeeping, including General Wholesale and Retail Business, Ship ping, Forwarding and Commission, Bankingtx changeManufacturing, Railroading. _Steamboatim to.the most thorough and practical c...

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

ry_^-ASERMONWILL PREACHES TOLL? MORROW (HABBATH) _MORNING, at 10K o_'cTocic. i- the SECOND UNITED PR»_- , pBYTE,lllAN CHURCH. RACIS street,near Sixteenth.by tbe pastor REV. J. B. _D&LKS.jD. D.. after,wmph a collection wih ba taken to aid the '• Home Missionary Society" in relieving the poor. THOM.A8 .T. MARON,. , It* Chairman Committee on Public Meeting. rV"i^~THE SEA ASD THE GOSPEL — A IJof Meeting for tbe benefit of the •* Pennsylvania Seamen's Friend Society " will be held in the Churoh, onrner of _BRuAD and _SaNSOM Streets, on TO-»IOR«OW <B* bWh) AFTERNOON. at3_}_S o'_olooV. AddreB_»es may be expected from Rev. JO_*iN CHAMBERS, Pastor of the unurch; from Rev. J. W. KRAMER, _Corresponding Secretary of the _>oeiety; and fromD. VOX KREVLINa sailor colporteur just arrived from the Pacific Coast. The Ust-named gentleman brings interesting information from the friends of seamen. All whoGes.ro to hear "good news" are in-, vi-ed to attend. - . .' .. ' . '.'- It* ...

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

SPECIAL NOTICES [From the Pittsburg United Presbyterian.] _Homs Tsstimokt_.—"We have toed Ho-Btetter's Stomach Bitters for dyspepsia, and can speak favorably of its effects, and have no hesitation in commending them to those suffering irom any debility of the kind. IFrom the _Pittsbnrg Post, August 27,1838 ] HOSTETTEB-'S BlTTbRS.—These Bitters have obtained a Wide-sptead and well-deserved celebrity in all parti of the country. They are au admirable remedy for a great variety of stomach diseases. It is sufficient evidenoe of its beneficial character to observe the immense quantities of it shipped by Messrs. _Hostetter & Smith, the proprietors, to ail points in the country. [From the Pittsburg Gazette, August 18,1888.1 Knowledge is gained by experience, and, though we have heretofore dealt very itllem medical preparations, we ara compelled, in justice to the manufacturers, to say that Hostetter'_s Stomach Bitters has been the means of curing us of a severe attack of dysp...

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

_fTs_* JOHN B. GO UGH AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC JO BE 1ST B. _GOUGB Will deaver two NEW Lectures before the YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION in the ACADEMY OF MUSIC, O» MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENINGS KEXT, Feb. 18th and 19th, at k before 8 o'clock. Subject—" LIGHTS AND SHADOWS OF L08V08 ¦ " ' LIFB. _"_-_' - . _, :-V... ¦ . ' , ¦ ¦/ -¦' ¦ ¦ Reserved seats in the Parquet. Parquet Circleand BalconyPrice £0 cents; Orohestra teats, 60 oents; Unreserved Seats. 25 cents. The *ale of _Reserved Seats will commence at the A04DV.MY on SATURDAY MORNING, the 16th jus*., at 9 o'clock, and will he oontinued each day from 9 to 4. N. R. | JVo seats trill be either sold or _engaged until the Qflir-e ts open on Saturday Morning, and to prevent speculation, no: more than an ordinary number of Beats _wifl be sold to any one person. Far tbe convenier.ee of those lmne in the lower part of the oity. a few reserved seats will be for sal»» at MAKTIEM'S. 606 _CHESTNUT Street, after twelve o'clock on Saturda...

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

gPRlNG GOODS. BARGROFT <fc OO, NOS. 405 AND 40T MARKET STREET, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS ' OF FOREIGN AND DOMES!IC DRY GOODS, Now complete and ready for buyers, felG-6w _jgPHINO, 1861, WURTS, AUSTIE, & McVEIGH_, IMPOKTBRS AND JOBBERS • ; IN DRY GOO OS. No. 311 MARKET STREET, Above Third, _Philadelphia. Charles Wurte Henry Anstie Hamilton T. _MoVeifth, John 8. weimer, Joseph _Burgin. fel5-3m

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