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

Plots ! !? '—This is now the :with the municipal policemen. _JNnned with short faiokory clubs, ¦_adles, and bearing no insignifi-Hoa rolling-pin- These are susin which the club maintains that rherehy it may be conveniently uffioer's ribs. m its fastening is a physical im-Idiffioulty of seising it inoraasea jgr_, and the experience of the city ywems to establish the fact that II were devised for the purpose of ElF-«f the town, great, burly men, Htaed, have had the first club ¦Hniitered to their own _craniums ¦3d tremble and fall upon their «f a revolver, look into the teeth If fingers at their noses and a The belts are tight; they pinch ten, and in all ether respects, i officers seems to be that the torn inahtm, of misery. On the naintained that a pistol and a lawful weapons; whereas the B the strict letter of the law. kid, supplied all good purposes, _»cannot carry a club does mot _Lfha ' force _^ gr~ —•-• _JBfDHON. —The coroner was MMF, to hold an inquest in the Igpeatb. of a w...

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

THE. UNION—Arch street, above Third. WWorthinston.Chest . Val JB_«aederi _AUentown Jas Siooksiell k wf, Ohio Mira Rmer, Rending W H ChambersVirginia W Milhouse, _Virpinm W B Price, Cleveland, O GC Cannon N Afbany, led Job Braaley, Philada JTOrton,_Phiia<lan Richard K ficott, Philadft Tench MoDowell, Penna _^ G H Bu Bow, New _Yort Wm JS _W eUs, Ithaca, N Y MERCHANTS' HOUSE—Third St.. above CaltowhiU HEMoCord_.Ohio Geo 8 Edwards, Ohio J MoWiUiams. Carbondate A R DilUngerPa _Chas s LoQhmaa, _Carlisle £ R _gaods, Genaantown AMERICAN HOTEL—Chestnut _atreet, above Fifth. R B Swift, USC8 J Penn Jones, Philada B Mo wentrie, Harrisburg T M Conklin, _Hamsburg IM Molntire. W Chester Wm E Moore, W Chester _Vatson 1 _homas. w ches J £ Champion, Philada R C Cumnings, Bait M R Orr & wfOhio G B DennyImyton. O . Saml A MoCJeban, Te-as Addison Smith, California JW _ShoUj, New V ork lalph Gorrell. f* Carolina JK B McCIeeeDelaware J ftl Mauney.Ohio B F _Evhbs, Ohio A L BtoimsPitts_^ ...

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

JJARPER'S NEW MONTHLY MAGAZINE. No. Cxxx.1 CONTENTS. [M_^kch _^ THE BALLAD OF THE SHAMROCK. By _Fiiz Jambs O'B&isk, Ii.i.t/8TK4.*ion*.—Tha Famine.—The _Parting.— In the Cabin.—The Urave. _POWTIAC. By J. T. Hxadlzy. _Illtjwkations.—Pontiso—The Fort at Detroit, —Gfladwyn and the Indian Girl.—Poniaao and Glad win.—Pontiao in Council.—Escape of the Prisoners. - —Torture of the Prisoners.—At<aok on the Schooner.—The Fue-Raft—Arrival of Reinforcements'—Dalzell's Defeat,—The Fight on the Schooner.— Death of Fontiao. FISHING ADVENTURES ON THE NEWFOUNDLAND BANKS. NEW PUBLICATIONS 1_LLTISTEATION3.—Off for the Banks—Tall Fish_, ing.—Our Cook.—Dressing down.—Riding out a Northeaster.—Hours of Idleness.—Shaving the Virgin Rooks.—The Spout off Cape Broyie,—Gaffing a Shark.—Among the loeberes.—8tranded in Forty FathomB.—Hard a Starboard.—Talcing a Sight. A STORY FOR A CHILD. _*0r _BaYABD _TatIOK, THE OTHER FAMILY. _BIGSS BOARDS. By J. W_. Watsoh. ON THE RIO GRANDE, TALE OF THE...

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

WANTED—A BookKeeper, ia a Oom - misnoq H<mse< To a competent person, a Mr salary will be given. Address "Commission," offioe of The Press- fe_!8-3t* A LADY, of _reflned education, wishes a Situation as Tutor in a private family;. Is willing to accept a very modaratereronnmati-run an agreeable family. Address''Tutor," offioe of this paper. fe_»8-4t* \X_^ANTEI>—An Experienced Machinist » » Ito take charge of a Foundry and Machine Shop in Mfloon. Georgia. Address-'U. C," at the Cnntinental Hotel, for three days. _<e!8-3t» A WANTED TO RENT—A Sl'UKE on CHESTNUT Street, between Seventh and Tenth streets. Possession 10 be gives some tune dbtween March first and July first. Address ''J-C.G.," Blood's _DiSDStoh. fe_!3-3t* W ANTED—In a first-class Auction House, SITUATION as Auctioneer. Has had muoh experience in that departmentand oan draw a first-rate custom from the country. Will engage a few months on probation Before a regaiarpalary is agreed upon. Addre_»...

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

« r_^INDERELLAAND HER SISTERS, " _*-' PAINTED BY J. VAN l_^KIUS, OF THB _BOYAL ACADEMY OP FINE ARTS, _AKTWBBP. ON EXHIBITION AT BOBIN> OM_B S. 010 CHESTNUT STREET. , . , . or»s fuom 9 a. M. TO 6 P. M. jun&VKp11 _%Pnt8 _-t .?.e ?«on * _okets 60 cents. ¦ NOT1_OE.—The exhibition will positively _oloss March 2d, fe_!3l6t (2 ANFORD'S _OPEBA HOUSE, _www OPEN FOR _ffi_^_fgN8 ™^ NEWLY DECORATRTI AND PAINTED, „ ¦ MR. _SANFOAD Has secured one of the Larges r companies ever presented _heretofore » who will appear njfhtly, Sanford will perform every ev_*n»ng_. Doors open at 7 5 Commence at 7M. Admission 25 oents. Children IS oents. de_!7-2m _CJIGNOR BLITZ AT HTS TEMPLE c_%E%_W _B iAS MB_^MM°mrBALTI£ HALL SlGWOR BLITZhaving returned from Cuba, will, t» general solicitation, commence his ENTERTAINMbfiTS at the above place on WtD_^_EuDnY * VBNING.,January 30, at half past seven, _ina EVERY EVENING during the WEEKand WEDNESDAY and S_^_TURIU _Yafternoons at three. CONSISTING of ne...

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

_rilO MERCHANTS. J- TOBANKRRS. TO ENGINEERS. TO ARTISTS. ,» _. . _. TO STATIONERS, Uie _thei celebrated Jackson's Leads and Pencils, tns oldest and Mat make m this oounr ry, at 1 «\» iQ}_W H_« _oTOKfiS* A|8nt JaJ9-tf T_08 ARCB Street. Ij 'INE SHIRT MANPPAOTORY.—J. W. 8C0TT814 CHESTNUT Ptreei, a few doors below the" Continental." The attention of Wholesale Dealerr 11 tovited to Ms IMPROVED CUT OF 8HIRTS, of superior fitmakeand material, on hand and made to oruer at shortest notice. is4-tf rpflE FOURTH INSTALMENT OT _2IVE ¦ ¦• DOLLARS per share on the _cental stock of the _Mahanoj and Broad Mountain P.ii'road Company will become due and payable on the 23ch instant, at the oflioB of thP Company, No. _u58 South THIRD Street, _fel6_,la,23,88-«t* 7R. 8. BROOK. Tra«mn"»r. EAST MAHANOY RAILROAD _^OMPANY, OFFICE. 407 LIBRARY STREPT. PHiLAnKLPHii. Feb. U. 18S1. The fourth instalment of Five Dollars per _Sbare is payable at the office of this Company on th_« 1st; March next. A. _MelNTYRis,...

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

SAvma Fund—National Safbiy _Tbust Company.—During the suspension of specie payments by the Banks, Money is received and paid daily, in the same kind of funds, speoie or notes, as deposited ; Interest five per cent. WALNUT Street_, ¦outhwest corner of THIKD. ja3-tf HAIR Dye! _IIatb Dtb! !—Batchelor' g LIQUID HAIR DYE is ht original and best in tht market. All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided if you wish to escape ridicule, Splendid Black or beautiful Beowh instantaneously. Sold by all Druegists everywhere. The genuine has the signature of WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR upon a steel-plate eniraving on four sides of eaoh box, Btwart of Counterfeits, Manufactory, 81 Barclay street, late 233 Broadway, New York. CHARLES BATCHELOH, no6-ly . . .. _" - Proprietor. Salamandkk Firb-Proqf Safes.—A very large assortment of SALAMANDERS for sale at reasonable prices, No. 304 CHESTNUT Street., Philadelphia. EVANS & WATSON. au23-tf Ghovbe & Bakbe_'s Cblebratbd noiseless se...

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

P.&JR.R.R.... 21,772 862 805 18J33 2« 819 0*18.986 _Lelneh Vat.R.K 14.209 I36$_lt 13,868 138,9611 3089 toranton St'h .. 12.977 G6.iJfSJ10.e6T 66 351 d 701 uo. Worth... 2.367 13.788 3,144 17,483 3.72J _Jroad Top S6J6 20,5*9 2,448 14.086 d 6.463 :hamokui..~... 1,459 11469 3.241 17,140 5,681 reverttra ™ 1,358 5 849 842 6 225 d 624 Sh. Mt., H.T... 492! 2.601 469 2 630 139 Lykens Valley. 413 2,845 621 1,889 d 8CS (8 672 521690 * _83_,433 ~ S06,S84 "" ~" 63,433 606,584 1 8,1391 161061 1 1 The trade remains withoat any change for the better, The quantity, both lor the week and the year, is a little behind the corresponding period last year. Of course, all the coal going forward is to supply Immediate wants. A bill has passed the Ohio House of Representatives by a unanimous vote, to guaranty the payment ot principal and interest of any bonds of the Unl- 1860. 1831. , * _^ ,— —_^ _, TOTAL WEEK TOXAI,. WESK TOTAL. ISC. ted States to the amount of the money received by the State ...

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

MARINE INTELLIGENCE SEE FOVETH PAGE. ji«H»ivej> Bark Joseph Maxwell, Davis, from _Fu«rto _Gahalln. 1 * 4 days, with oon>_e, _UiQea, *c. toUaliett Proa. Towed up by _Hteammp J F StaTr. _Revorts the barks Rowena, fnr _Laguayra; Margaret, for Pernambuoo; Irma. for do; Grand TurV, for _Cienfueeos; brigs Adeline- for London, and Blaok Sqnall, for St Jaeo de Cuba, went to sea yesterday forenoon; _schr Lad? Ellen, for Kingston, Jam. went out _vesterda_» afternoon. Bark Winona. Gallison. from Messina Deo 55,-with fruit. &c. tolfaao Jean'B & Co. • Brie ¦Pl _yinr Eagle. Lord. 75 days from Palermo, with frnit. &o. to Banners & Draper. ¦ _- ¦"¦¦ • _Brir H A Dirtier. _Leisntnn, from _rernamlmco _Vpq 30_» with suear tn _Wnlsfoni, Ranbin & Co. Feb 1, lat 21*56. cmzGS 22, spoke bark Hazarfer_, from Buenos Ay res for Boston. Brie Lizabel. Means, from Messina Jan 4, with fruit. bo- to Banners & Oraner. Sailed in company with barks Io...

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

Weekly Report of Interments. Hbaith O»»icb, Febroarf 18,180I. _Mhrtnents -in _ihg City of Philadelphia from the 9th to theUth of February, 1861-— _____ ___ _DISBASBS. § S DrsSABKS. & £ f ? ¦¦ 9 s? AsphjAia ._—*......, 1 Erysipelas. " i ~ 1 Anemia....„..„— 1 Fever, Remittent..., 1 _poplexy —— 1 Fever, Scarlet... U .piha_~. 1 Fever, Typhoid 1 3 arns^>^.....«— 1 Gangrene —~ . . 1 on.,.¦.. — .~~~* 1 Hemorrhage Lungs, I Cancer.——, s " Uterus- l .. ** Uterus._^._M .„ 1 InflammationBrain 2 7 _asualties_, _~._^...... 1 1 •* Bronchi -._^... -1 4 ) roup......... ..-. „ 1 6 . ¦ '•• ¦ Kidneya»»_._^,,, 1 Congestion of Brain. 2 3 •• Liver.... — ., l .;'• ¦ Lungs. . 4 1, " Lungs „ « 8 _^r. j?J iver ---- .— * -" Periioneum.. *; 2 'ramp of Stomach- 1 ;i SL * Bowels 1 a _Cons'puon of Luhkb « 6 " J£eart~;..,.... • I " Bowels. 1 3 Inanition._^......._^... ; 1 _Convulsions~«,— 30 Jaundice....... . '¦¦ • 1 ifpa _Sr.:.;-.;:r n§ _if_^.^;—- 13 jspepsia......_~ l Palsy___. .. i iabetes. ._*....

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

BPBING TJRAXXjB—1861 JOSHUA L. BAILY. IMPORTER AND JOBBER, NO. 313 MARKET STREET. PHILADELPHIA. Is now prepared to offer to OASH AND SOUND-OHEDIT _BUYERS One of the most attractive Stocks of FANCY AND STAPI_^S DRY GOODS TO BE FOUND IN THIS MARKET. We invite special attention to our LINEN DEPARTMENT,. Which at this time comprises a full assortment of out" own importation in SCOTCH AND IRISH LINEN GOODS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION. We have, also, a full line of BLEACHED AND BROWN COTTONS. Bought during the panic, for sale greatly below present prices. ALSO, ENGLISH AND AMERICAN PRINTS. IN STANDARD MAKES. We have made arrangements to receive a supply of MANY CHOICE STYLES OP GOODS, And shall maintain A GOOD STOCK Throughout the season. Buyers will find our Stock ALWAYS FRESH. AND PRICES AS LOW AS THE LOWEST fel4-tf

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

DIED _LfcHMAN,—On Sunday, the 17th instant, George W. Lehman Sr.. in the 64th year of his age. _¦ The funeral will take place on Tuesday, 19th instant, at 3 P. M., from his jate residence. No 2208 F street Sis relatives and the friends of the family are invited to attend. • ** . BlNGHAM.—In this oitv_, on the moraine of the 16th nBtant, the Rev. Amos Biogham, in the 81st year of hm age. The friends of the family and his clerical brethren are respectfully invited to attend his funeral, from bis l*te residence, 263 Perry street, above P- aoe. this (Monday)morning, at 13 o'elook, without farther notice. * GILLESPfE.-8udd«ily, on the morning of toe 14th instant, Thomas Gillegpiein the 70th year of his _aee. The relatives and friends of the family are respeotully invited to afend the funeral, from Ms late residenoe, W". 1033 CallowhJU street, thisfMonday) morning, at 10 o'clock, To proceed to woodlands Ceme-Q _JACOBS.-On Thursday evening. 14th instant, Joseph _H. Jacobs-n the 62d y...

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

rrS8 " MECHANICS_^ INSURANCE COMPALk3 NY i hilabklphia, February 16th, 1861. A me_«_tind of the _stnckho tier* wilt be held at the offioBof the company, No. • 38 North SIXTH 8tT_»et. on WEDNESDAY next, ihe 20th inst, at 10 o'clock A. M., at which time the supplement to tbe act of incorporation will be Bn _Vimittod for _nooeptanoe. FRAA CIS COOPER, President. Bbknabd RAFgERTY. Secretary. fe_!8 3t rf r S m _^ TO TBE BONDHOLDERS OF THE LL2 Columbia coal and iron company. — a MeetinK of the holders of the Bonds of the Columbia coal and Iron Companyintended to he *«ourad by a mortgage in my favorsb Trustee, for 8100,000, will be held on MONDAY. Feb. IS. 1861, at 13 *t.,in Room >o. »•> of the MKRCHANTS' i?xnHANG _^ , in the City of PHILADELPHIA. All Bondholders are requested to be preaent, personally or by proxy. fe_!4 4t* SAMUEL H. BUSH. Pp» PEOPIiE'S _LITERAltV INSTITUTE—r_. CloHine Lecture of tbe Cou-se—Rev HENRY BELLOWS will lecture on MONO * Y _EVBJVrNG, F . ebmaryI8t...

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

MOTLEI'S HISTORY OF THE UJ8_ITEB NETHFRLANDS .Two volumes. Published this _^f_^Af liLAKISTON Publishers and Booksellers No. _U5 South SIXTH St., above Chestnut. Also, just published: J«1DDEL'S DKSIGNS FOR COUNTRY RE8IDBNOrS. Beautifully colored-GROSS'S. AMERICAN MEDICAL BIOGRAPHY, with » Portrait of Or Rush. TAYl OR'8 MOVEMENT CURE BY THE SWEDISH SYSTEMwith illustrations. DRS CUMMI'5 G'8 N EW VuLUME-THE GREAT TRIBULATION, _feoond Series. HARPJER'8 MAGAZINE FOR MARCH. Price 15 cents. NEW AND _STANDARD BOOKS. MRDICAL. THEOLOGICALRKuIGIOUS, and _MISCELLANEOUS, of all kinds, on hand or procured to order, _nnd for Bale at low prices. FOREIGN BOOKS imported to order, by steamer- at thf> lowest rates. fe_!6 _GEORGrE Q. EVANS' PUBLISHING HOUSE and GIFT-BOOK STORE. *a» CB _EPTNU i* fctmet NEW AND SEL8CT WORKS. History of the United Netherlands. 3 _vols_~..„..$_< go Great Preparation. (Cummiuel——. ........ 100 Manual for Volunteers and Militia, by Gilbanu... 3 SO Men and Tim...

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

M oDONOUGH'S OLYMPIC—( L A T K GAIETES,) RACE Street, below • hiTd THIS (MONDAY) KVENIN?J,_P«bruaiT 18, _, . WILt BB JPEEFOBKBJ_) Produced at an expense of over $3,000, mtroduoinK THE MOST _GORGEOUS SOENERy Ever witnessed in an* Theatre in America, THE BOWER OF FEKNS and LAKE OF SILVER is a scene of Dazzling Splendor. Beoure your seats early. Admission—Parauette, 28 _oents; Orchestra, Sla i Family Circle. 15c; Private Box Seats, 6O0. Doors open at 6M o'clock; _oommenoine at 7}£. W ALNUT STREET THEATRE. Pole Lessee— Mrs. M. A.GARBETTSOW. Stage Manager Mr. WM. A.CHAPMAN. ''_^msss&SS_^_se1 '- Charles the Scholar .Mr. J. b. Murdoch. Eustace, the ._'ourtier~...—^. Mr. Edwini_>dams. Egromont——,~~~ — j—....Mr. Dabois Aij_^elmi _™.. - Mrs. Anna Cowell. -iooono.udewiU,ugB _^DTO oii Pierr8 Mareeau Mr. Edwin Adam*. Josephine. . „. .Mrs. Anna Covell. Doors open at 6% o'clock 1 ourtain will rise at 7% o'clock _* _r Ericas _aa _UBUal. ________ WHEAT LEY & CLA_^KE'_^ AR0...

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

_DOARDING. T~GENTLEMAN AND WIFlS CAN BE -t*- furnished with Chamber and Parlorcommunicating, _lurnished or unfurnished , in aa acreeable private family. _Address *• Brooks." at this office. fe_!8-3t* A f IDOf, WITH TWO SMALL -_^*- childrenwishes Boarding in a private family, where lume comforts will be insured. Address ¦•• Clementa_," stating terms, this offioe.' fel8-_<t*_.__ G1NTLEMBN AND LADIES, slso single rentlemen, may obtain BOARD, at 1004 CHESTNUT Street. felS 6t* SICOND-STORY COMMUNICATING or Single Rooms, with Boarding, at 1333 CHFSTNUT Street. fel6-3t* : COPARTNERSHIP NOTICES. THE FIRM OF KEYS»R & SOHIYELY lies this day been dissolved by mutual consent. GeoreeF. _Kejssr and _Edward 8. _Cobively are fully authorised to settle the nusines" of the late firm. _FRANcfsMfjB^' EDWARD S. 8CHIVELY. Philadelphia, Feb. lg, 1861. fel8-St* NOTICE OF COPARTNERSHIP.—The undersigned , have this _dar formed' a copartnership under thestyie of J. W. P«OC I'OR 4; CO.. for ...

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

_PAWK)N & NICHOLSON, BOOKBINDERS, Nos. 519 and 621 MINOR Street Between Market and Chestnut streets, JAMES _PAWSON, _^ JAS._^. NICHOLSON. Jyg-ly* . S rUQUET & SOUS, • IMPORTERS OK HAVANAC18AXB, No. SIS South FRONT Street . ¦ f _Meeaiv* _reeal&rly a full assortment of denraH* OI-•ARS, which they cier at low rates, for oashor _»- _provea credit. Jew-ly _JffiBW ORLEANS (LA.) PICAYUNE.— • JOY.GO£, & Oo. Have bsen appointed sole agents in Philadelphia for his extensively oiroulating paper, ol commanding minenoa- _Busiiwss men are adyff"_*_'!?tat _%_*J5Sa_? »•'"- ' apers of city and country_»yhf _offiees of JOYtCOEj s X5O-, Adv»_rHaiiis A*e»laFIFTH and _CHBeTWVI _itreets,Philadelphia; Tribane Buildings, New York, ¦e«-tf MURPHY- WHIPPIil IRON BRIDGE. 8TONEj n QjpGI4 EY& BURTON, ; No. 3_afOTALNUT STREET, 7 PHILADELPHIA, lag leave to inform Railroad Companiesand others _nterested in bridge construction, that they have formed i _conneoUon m bunneis ...

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

¦ Interest and Premium returned-,. 60 40 - ¦ ••. ¦ • - •¦.. ¦ ¦ 91,430 86 At the animal meeting of the members of the oomjxmy for the election of Oireotors, held fit _tUB rooms of .he Board of TradeNo. SOS CHESTNUT Street, first month (January) 14,1861, the following persons were electedforthe enirain_^a_^^ Benjamin _Malone_, Simeon Matlaok_> James Smedley, Thomas P. Rowlett_, Eli Dillin. Joseph Haywanl, William Bedell Thomas Mather, Frederick Cadmus, Amos Billbom T. Eliwood Chapman, Aaron W. _Gaskill. _«. ' , ¦ ¦" _». BENJAMIN MALONE,President. T.ELLWOOD CH * PMA«, Secretary. Second month 4th, 1861. fe6-wfro2w _tf AMl INSUEAN0I3 COMPANY, No. 406 CHESTNUT Street, FIRE AND INLAND INSURANCE. DIUECTOB.S. George W. Day^^._-.of Day k Matlaok. Samuel Wright-. _~~." Wright Bros k Co. D- B- aircey ~~~ ,_„..•• Davis k Birney. Henry Lewis Jr_^-_^-. •• Lewis Bros * Co. C. Richwdeon _„.." J. C. _Howa. _fc Qp. Samuel T. Bodine... _^Pres't Wyoming Canal Comp'y, Jno. W. Everman....of J-...

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

YARD. GILLMOBE_.&OO. Are now in their New Store, JAYNE'S MARBLE BUILDING, NOS. 617 CHKSTNUT AND 614 JAYNE &TREKT* PHILADELPHIA, and have opened their SPKINB IMPORTATION OF BILKS AND FANCY DRY GOODS A&eo, DBE88 GOODS. IN GREAT VARIETY, SHAWLS, MITTS, RIBBONS, &o., With a splendid Stock of WHITE GOODS. _LIKENS, EMBROIDERIES. Ac fel4 2m

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

IOKAI. _GlIARWS OOT0 HaRRISBURG. ent of National Guards, Cot Lylecoinpee ananimonsly accepted the invifcattate Legislature to attend the celobra* _^irenty-seeond of February at Harris* at occasion f be flsg of the whole Union Ml over the Capitol building, and Prfeiln will probably be in town at the " An opponunii_^ thus occurs for the _Iianifgst their loyalry lo tho memory ton, and their respect for the newly M_«nt of the Confederacy. They will jb occasion two hundred muskets, and _Ued with knapsacks, fatigue caps, etc. Em was extended to the Guards by T. §., vice president of the Pennsylvania b was coached in terms highly flatter-|»tacter of the Gmrds They leave Jrain en Thursday midnight, and reft' This is a national and volunteer, _BsV movement. I _BfiTVBBK Professor J. S. _\kitsa. op Refractory Boys.—Ob 'Professor Rarey received a note , president of the Union College, _tv York, who has had an expere years in the training of retracing a personal interview with Mr. _satheast ...

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