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

WINTER ARRANGEMENT.— NEW YORK LIN_^"8. !_^ i°_MH wA_¥i_^_aTO IIBW ,aoM _vfl_^_tffflffomrwi. DKMT . '¦•¦¦ ¦ " .¦; - . VASB. At 6 A. M., via Camden and Amboy, C. and A. Ac- . oommodatipn...—._—.- ~~-_~ • • •• • • •¦¦ - -¦ • •«»* « At 8 A. M., via Camden and Jersey City, (N. J.) __ ¦ - Accommodation—~.. ~~~~..~~~ -.-—-.... -..--¦ » » At 8 A. M., via Camden and Jersey City, Mornice . „ Mail—-—- ~~ .._—;....._«. »0D At UW A. M., via Kensington and Jersey City, Western Express._~.— .....—_-—T-i..—— 3 00 At 12MI P. M., via Camden and Amboy Accommodation— rim - ——. ~.» • 3 28 At S P. M., via Camden and Amboy, C. and A. Ex-At *_H P. M_^, via Kensington and JerseyCity_. _' Evo " ning ExpreB_^. _-_^_-_^-.,--_—. . —--. ^—. _~- . . . —T 3 00 Atm P. M.via Kennngt6n atnd Jersey Citj,2_U Class Ticket _™....~—^~._~~~.~*~+. —..... 2 38 A_^_SP.M., via Camden and Jersey City, Evening Mail ,..¦..._> _>..........¦¦.»-.— 3 00 At UKP. . M., via Camden and Jersey City, South-* BtMMU ¦ _»» ¦ ...

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

_MACHINERY AND IRON _44® f_* P1NN STEAM _fiNGIWE AI«) SbbbBss&BOILEX WORKS.-NEAFIE & LEVYi PRACTICAL AND-THEORETICAL _ENGINEEHB MACHINISTS, BOILER-MAKER8VBLACK8MITHS_? and FOUNDERS, havmefor many years, been In successful operation, and been exobunvely engaged in building and repairing Marine and River Engines, hit* and low pressure, Iron BoatsWater Tanks, Propellers, &e., &o..reep80tmlly offer their _servioes to the public_, as being fully prepared to cont'raot for Engines of a'l siiea. MarineRiverand _Stationary _, having sets rf paternsof different sises. are prep&rea to execute oiaers with quick _deupatoh. Every description of Pattern making made at the shortest notice. High and Low Pressure, Flue, Tabularand Cylinder Boilersof the best Pennsylvania charcoal iron. Forcings, of all sixes and kinds; Iron and Brass Castingsof all descriptions; Roll TurningSorew Cuttingana all other wore connected with the _above business. Drawings and spe...

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

_£ _§ ¦ ¦ WEST OH ESI ER ^^^^Bs_^^BiAND PHILADKLFBIA _#SSWBSna1ft«_S>«a On Sundays, at 8 A * _STaiid?F;W ¦ - ¦¦ ¦ -: '¦ ¦ ¦' - • General Soperiniendent.

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

- __ __v;v;_-_ _^i.j__._.i _ coAjL _^i _^ .; _ . . tJTOU_8_EKEEPlR8. LOOK TO YOUR Ai IN-TERE8T i-BUY YOUR COAL at HICK8_*. where nothing but the very best _Lehigh and Sohuylkilf Coal is offeredat the following reduced prices: Lehigh, Broken, Jt eg, and Stove.... ._~_f 4.7s per ton. fiohuylkill. •' p * " „ 4_BD » _Juarge Nut—....._»._—...._^.......... 3.50 " n "_^arranted free from slate or dust, and full weight, at HICKS' Yardsoutheast corner of MARSHALL and WILLOW. Call and See. iall-3m

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

M»o. oAsamo BXtxLB -, SUPPORTERS FOR LADIES, and th* _£, porters under eminent medical _patrotsl*- *_-;;: _ttSPVSfa _? WM«*_#MS _requested to e_^jr _fflfflLgS_^_a*.Berresidenoe1039 WAPl .V_> iJUL?!?111 _^18 "{t _^ avoid counterfeits. . ) ThirK • Invalids have been advised by their ph_^_fe her _appliances. Those only are _genuine ***; !. UmtedTStates _oopyright, ta,be5 on the boj- _ws) «_S" s " thfc.tr0 **1 * "WwS* with W _^_y KEROSENE OIL- _„-• •

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

__^^»ESS_^ Offl_^AiraBS _^^ _^ fiSHK THE ADAMS EXPRESS ^^»S_3Bb W CO.Office 380 CHESTNUT Street, t_^_#_^,fwoe!s, _Paokaiei, _Morohandiue, Banknotes, *HfcrStSit1 # _«r Dy If"own _, _^^S* of, ffi ooaneetiom

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 18 February 1861

THE _POLITICAI, CRISIS _ynXtl, FORT _SDHPTBB BB ATTACKED ?— SB0B6IA PJ.BABS FOB PEACE. The Savannah (Georgia) Republican says: The Impression seems to be general that an attack on this fortress will be ordered by the Governor of South Carolina before the dose of the week_. The preparations for an assault are on an extensive _soale> and have been oonstruoted under the direction of _experieseed engineers. Five.batteries are now bearing upon the work, from different directions, and a-sistfe, an immense floating engine of war, is about finished and ready for its gtws. For manning these batteries and for the final assault a large number of troops, chiefly volunteers, composed of tbe spirit, vigor, and daring of the State, are quartered in the fortlfie&tlo&S, ill the City, iftd its neighborhood. But whether all combined is sufficient for the formidable task before them, is regarded by military men as questionable. One thing, though, is certain : they will come...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 18 February 1861

Mouse-Rents and House-Renters. The old adage, " It ia a bad wind that blows nobody good," appears likely to _jsreve true in New York.* On or about tbe first of May, an animal epidemic has usually affected New York , in a remarkable manner. Scarcely has a tenant settled down in his dwelling-house, ere he begins to feel a great desire to leave it. Towards the close of the year, this desire becomes irresistible, and he begins to leok about for another %\l Wxt%5 MONDAY, F_1BBUARY 18, 1861 residence. The annual house-hunt commences about the middle of January, grows more rapid all through February, and relaxes by the middle oi March, about which time all the more eligible houses are generally taken. The inferior houses remain on band until the memorable May-day is near, when, more in despair than hope, the unfortunate victim s of the desire rashly rush at them, taking them at hap-hazard, as if the one great end of life were to occupy a strange dwelling in May. The coach-hire, s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 18 February 1861

SOUTHERN CONGRESS EIGHTH DAT. _MoNTGOHBav, Alabama, February 12, 1861-— The Congress met at 12 M., and _ww opened with prayer by Rev. Mr. Mitchell. The journal of the preceding day was read and confirmed. The President announoed the following committees; ' ¦ - . Committee on the Organisation of the Executive Department of the Government—Measra. Stephens, of Sa.; Conrad, of Lb. ; Boyee, of S. C. , • Shorter, of-At*.; Brooke, of Miss • . _ On Foreign Affairs—Messrs. Rhett, »f B. 0.; _Nisbet , of Ga ; Perkins , of La.; Walker, of Ala.; and lfcoitt ' , of S. C. ' On Finance—Messrs. Toombs, of G*.; Bftrnwell, of 8. C. ; Kenner, of La.; Barry, of Mias.; and MoRae, of Ala. On Commercial Affairs—Messrs. _Memmineer, of S. C ; Crawford, of Ga.; Morton, of Fla.; Curry, of Ala.; _asd Declouet, of La. On the Judiciary—Messrs. Clayton, of Miss. ; Withers, of S. C.; Hale, of Ala.; -T.'R.-R: Cobb, of Ga ; and Harris, of Mies. On Naval Affairs—Messrs Conrad, of Ls>.; Chesnut, of S. C ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 18 February 1861

Mr. .Lincoln ' s own Report of his Views on the Tariff. The following is Mr. Lincoln's speech at Pittsburg, on the 15th mat., from Ms own manusaript_, as furnished to the reporters of the New York papers. After alluding to our national troubles, only to say that the present crisis was an artificial one, and suoh as turbulent men may at any time oreate, Mr. Lincoln continued: It is often said that the tariff is the specialty of Pennsylvania. Assuming that direct taxation is not to be adopted, the tariff question most be as durable as the Government itself. It is a question of national housekeeping. It is to the Government what replenishing the meat-tub is to the family. Every varying _oircumstanco will require frequent modifications as to the amount needed and the sources of supply. So far, there is little difference of opinion among the people. It is to whether, and how far, the duties on imports shall be _aijnBted to favor home production. In the home market that controversy be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 18 February 1861

PEWNSM.VANIA ITEMS Military Fonerals.—One of the recruits was buried from the Carlisle barracks, on Monday, snd another on Wednesday, lhey were both buried with military honors, tho funeral escort, with the band, numbering about one hundred men, under Serjeant Major Murray. Thb WAYNESBirBO Bask Somro.—-We see it rumored in the Wheeling and Pittsburg _h papers, that the Farmers' and Drovers' Bank of mis place has failed. We are happy to be able to correct this erroneous statement. Our bank is sound to the core.—Waynesburg Messenger. We learn from the _Miltontan that the friends of ez Governor Pollock are urging his appointment to the important post of Collector of the Portof Philadelphia. Beached Home —The Norristown Herald says: Mrs Lieutenant Slemmer arrived at this place on Saturday afternoon last, and is now staying with her mother, Mrs. Reynolds. On Saturday evening Bhe was serenaded by the Norristown Brass Band. Mrs. Slemmer left her husband at Fort Pickens, on the 36th n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 18 February 1861

Letter from _Hamsburg. {_Correspondence of The Press.] _HAHRiSBiraG_, February 16 SUHBUET AND EEIB BAILHOAD. _Yesterday the _flonse held three lengthy _jesson_*, and a single session to-day, which were devoted to the consideration of the publio calendar. The Sunbnry and Erie Railroad bill was thoroughly _diseased in the morning and afternoon, and upon all test questions it had more than a two-thirds vote, as I predicted it would have. The Legislature look upon this measure as a necessity to _ssaure the interests of the Commonwealth, and at the same time secure the completion of the road. This bill will certainly secure the completion of the road, because it makes a first mortgage of f 5,000,000 to be delivered to the company, and the State agrees to take a second mortgage of $4,000,000, instead of the three and s half million mortgage she held, of the earns date with three and a half millions owned by the company. New it was found utterly imposribla to dispose of these bonds, be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 18 February 1861

%_TO PANIC! !! i- _* There is no panic at the __ ¦¦ N.E. Corner EIGHTH and SPRING GARDEN Sts FallBtDO*_. JPresh OoodB Dsilf, Keeping up Bales, Selling Goods Cheap, and _„ , _w , Baying Goods Cheap. Ail Wool Flannels-Good Large Blankets„ , . Beautiful Marseilles Quilts .Piano-Table _vnd Stand fevers. Power-Loom Table Linens, Best ShirtingLinens, _Sheetinxt and Pillow-Linens, Damask Table- Linens. Crash Diapers, Towels, 4.0 Great Reduction in CLOAKSSHAWLS. AND SILKS, FMW DreM6OOd8 '_^P TS6lMl^* CH ISM'B H. E. Corner EIGHTH & SPRING GARDEN Sts, taSS LINENS, SHIRTINGS, SH11TINQS. Fronting, Shirtingand Pillow Linens, Material for fine shirts_. Linen* and Muslins by the pieoe. GooTFlanne_^_ami _mkm_^^ Superb stook Table Cloths and Damasks, Good Napkins, Lane Damask Towels Doyliesextra large and fine Table Cloth*, All at the lowest prices, at retail or BY THE QUANTITY, cheap for cash. COOPBR & CONARD _t. ja9 Southeast corner NINTH and MARKET. _CSBAWLS, CLOAKS, DRESS GOO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 18 February 1861

BXCITIKO _ABAIY _HBWS : CONFLICTING REPORTS—LATER ABVICES FROM ISAAC V. FOWLER _Z HE BECOMES SUPSSIHTSJIDZXT-OF A COTTOH FACTORY—• A PALATIAL CAR FOB MR. LINCOLN—CtBEAT PARADE ON THB TWENTY-SECOND—RELIEF FOR KANSAS—THO8B GEORGIA MUSKETS—A NEW THEATRICAL SENSATION : XBS (" VENUS "} PAGE—ie BICK TIRTO" DOES A COKBDY. Hew Yobk_, Feb. 16,1881. -A- ' private letter received here, this morning. from the War Department, says that the greater portion of the troops which left aero yesterday, were bouad to reinforoe the forts of Washita, Arbuckle, snd Cobb_, which were reported by telegraph on Monday to be in danger of attack by Se _oessionists. The remainder of the soldiers ordered for _Florida, the same letter says, will leave next week. Oa the other hand,-a prominent officer of the army here, states that General Soott will endeavor to bring all the forces oat of Texas, and leave that State at the mercy of the Indians; and that the Daniel Webster has gone to Charleston. The latter rumor i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 18 February 1861

New Periodicals. _From Mr. Zieber, the agent in this city, we have the new numbers of the Quarterly and the Edinburgh -Kew _' eww—American _repoblioation, which, by tbe way, is seventy-five per cent, cheaper than the English edition. There is not mueh political digqaidon in these .Reviews. The Quarterly has an anti-Gladstone article, mourning over the almost _oertain renewal and probable increase of the Income Tax, and the Edinburgh goes in, very strongly, for replacing the "wooden walls" of England, by such iron bulwarks as the warsteamers La _Gldirs and Warrior. Both Reviews _dieouea tie history, position, and prospects of Italy, _taking rather hopeful views. Both devote great •pace, with marked eulogy, to Motley's History of the United Netherlands, &a does the reoent vamber of the Westminster Review. xhe other most noAiceable articles are—in the Qtiarterl-j_/, npon Canada, George Barrow's new book on Welsh Literature, the Iron Manufacture, and Dogs of Histo ry and Rom...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 18 February 1861

AT DEAN & CO.'S, 335 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia, Fa., AtDKAN & CO.'S, 80 West FOURTH Street, Oinoinnati.Ohio, At DEAN & CO.'S, 148 DEARBORN Street, Chicago, ilinois, At DBAN & CO.'S, Detroit, Michigan, At DEAN k CO.'S, 314 MAIN Street, Bnffalo, New York, At DSAN & CO.'S, 8 ARCADE, Rochester, New York, At DBA* & C0.'8, next post office, _Harrisborg, _ennsylvania_. At DEAN & CO.'S, 335 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia,_Pennsylva»,a, ocANBuy A first-rate Vest Chun. ~~» ~~~ «^. —^for $100 A roodGuard Chain . ~~— ._for 100 i Lady's Chatelaine Chain ._,.,- . .—_. for 1 00 l 1 ady's Neck Chain_™- ..-_>...,...^*—for 1 00 LChild'a Necklace. ......._~™..»_.for 100 A14 karat Gold Pen _sad Silver Holdsr- _«.. -for 1 00 A '_"-ounting-iKrase Pea and Holder. ...¦¦¦ for 100 L _frnl«l _PnnaiL. - - - - . __. _. _. _.f_^y 1 fin A Lady's Cameo Bet_~.. ;— —-—.... _~~ for 100 A Lad j'b Jet Set _^-^^^- _».....for 100 A J-ady's Lava Set.- _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 18 February 1861

H|bEO£CK WHI*E WHEAt. m. _BMATWON, ¦_hbmI *_KiST_3 _craeta, s_«U |_MB_~S g ¦ft* FURNITURE. _^^BC^—_. i - - ,. _¦ . ¦ »- —• —- -¦— — ¦ * _PTA _L. Bkk,UEN & BBO.; ¦_fe their friends and customers that _^Ep oved fro,n Ho. 2*O south ¦KniD Street to iheir ¦gr store, BlTnilT STREET, ¦ n alw&j _s on hand a fine assortment mk WALNUT, AND OAK ¦cINITXJRP; ^¦ _Kles* than their former pricesin _^^_Rjfreatar facilities for business, _^_RSSioit a call b efore purchasing ¦ p i MACI1IHJ5S. RbqijSoir r_^ Rdng machine. Hm «r TTRT? ¦BkJHIWE, " FOR q.UIIiTI«9 AND nnr work. _HImooIs without the trouble of re-^¦PA. little or no noise. ¦_TarcH Street, Philadelphia, asi _fjMjfcgt.. Baltimore. Md_. iaH-am HEggLasses. pH5"l, ~ A S 8 1 S , ¦P K&ND FICrUKB FRAMES, _pRAVINGS, m_?' OIL PAINTINGS, &c, &o. Kg. EAKLE & SON, _Hniffr_/_FjScrirREKS, whole WBlBETAIL DEALERS. US' GALLERIES, P*_%18 CHE8THUT STREET, _gs_£ Philadelphia. Mjif ¦ " • iff noAii. _lypERS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 18 February 1861

Our Mew York letter. THB _nTDIPBNDBHT _SKWSFAFBB : HOW TO BUN VP A CIRCULATION—COLONKI, SAM COLT _Q0E8 TO HAVANA—BAB BY HIBSS BIHSSI.F AT $800 PSR LECTURE TOR FIFTY LECTURES—-THB _FOWtBIt DEFALCATION CASK—THE LARGEST DRY-QOOOS STORE IH TBE W>RLD : SOMETHING ABOtTT IS AND ITS OTYSBBS—BILLY MULLIGAN AGAIIt. [Correspondence of The Press. 1 New Yobk, Feb. 15,1861. The publishers of T/_ie Independent newspaper are mtking extraordinary, if not desperate, efforti _ta increase their circulation, and are receiving enormous accessions to their hat. In thia week's isauoitig announced that 12,371 naw subscribers were received in the month of January. But ex - perienced men in the newspaper line say that it cannot make anything on the terms at whieh it is supplied, for inatanoe, any old subscriber, on renewing his own subscription, is allowed one dollar _e_*oh for all th_* names of new subscribers he will send, accompanied with the money. How profit oan accrue after deducting suoh a c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 18 February 1861

VOLUME 1-1861 _yPREBS will enter upon a New v_«- _pYear. MM onr paper has bees suecesBfaJl Sr too weak and indefinite an idea BVnot only has _IEEKLY PSESS t»«eoara and permanent foundation, a marvellous example of the degree ihtly-oonduoted POLITICAL, AND HBWB :;; JOURNAL hands of a liberal and enlightened ppteful thanks are tendered for the gestowed upon us, and we shall spare ¦s/ serve to render the paper even Mini, and popular in the future. _Hponrse of _THE WEEKLY PRESS _jg_^Bpon here. Independent, steady, Rattled, unwaveringly and aealous jJOF THE PEOPLE j|jB USURPATION, and unfair a&J Ki; ever declaring and adhering to gjPULAR SOVEREIGNTY oonstittal basis of onr free institutions, and _Mt and patriotism of oar citizens will iBv> of a wise, jast_._andsalntary Gov-*re fthe *priseipl_«s to which THE ttsa been committed_, and to these it 5WS COLUMNS snbjeot to unremitting oare an" _^licence be employed to make this Ib of all the principal events of inte Ka...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 18 February 1861

Gen. Jackson and Mr. _Calhonn. [For The Press.J The "Story of Gen. Jaokson," copied into this morning's Press, Js apparently one of the numerous brood of authentic reminiscences of our departed great men with which the newspapers just now seem to abound; a story having its origin perhaps in the fertile imagination of some "ready writer," and one the absurdity of which appears to be almost transparent. __.. The story says that Gen. Jackson told " Gov. Letcher, of Kentucky," to " read a certain instrument of writing on the table before them. _Letoner read it, and found it to be a warrant for the execution of John C. Calhoun." Then we have an account of au almost theatrioal reference to the "sealof the United States" by Gen. Jackson, and are told of the " appearanoe of a ghost" which Mr. _Calhoun assumed when waked out of his sleep by the worthy Governor, to receive the important information as to his impending fate. Is it possible that any body can be found to believe that Gen. Ja...

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