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

LEG Alb INTEIiltltiEflUE Sopjremb Cou&t—^Justices Woodward, Thompson, and Strong.—Kirkpatrick vs. Kirkpatrick (two cases). David Paul Brown completed the argument in this oase. _Oxbe and Tebmikbr—Judges Thompson, Allison, and Ludlow —On Saturday the motion in arrest of judgment, and for a new trial, in the cass of Thomas J. Armstrong, convicted of the murder of Robert Crawford, was argued_. Armstrong was present, and he ooonpied a seat in the deck, and appaared as composed as when upon trial. His recent illness, however, has given his cheeks a deathly pallor. ' The reasons filed by the counsel for the prisoner have been published. The paper book of the Commonwealth reviews them in detail. In regard to the _admlssibillty of the after-disoovered testimony, it is urged that it is witiiin the discretion of the court Chief Justice Tilghman is quoted in support of this. He says: "1 should be very tender in rejecting material testimony beoanse effftfad at (he last Lour, -bbIs...

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

The Money Market. Phu.adxi.phia, February 16, 1861. Stocks were somewhat better to-day. Pennsylvania Railroad shares rose to 391 at the first board , Camden and Amboy shares to 1091, North Pennsylvania Railroad sixes sold at 66, _Harrisburg Railroad at 54?. Elmira preferred 121, and Beaver Meadow Railroad at 58 j. At the second board Pennsylvania Railroad and Camden and Amboy shares each gained i. Beading opened at ZZ\, but fell to 211, closing weak. The money market u unchanged. Secretary Diz advertises for proposals for $S,> 000 000 of six per cent Government stock, under the act of Congress of the 8th of February. The stock will be reimbursable in twenty years from January 1st last, isteic3t payable semi-annually on the firBt days of January and July. The Miners' Journal Bays of the _eoul trade: The quantity font by railroad this week is 18,-232 12 tons, against 21,772 for the corresponding week last year. The trade sums up this week as follows, compared with last year: ...

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

POKMATIOHOF A N_»W REGIMENT.—The artillery battalion, in toe Third brigade, will be _organlzad as a regiment on the 22d _inet. An order has been issued for an election for field officer* on that day. At a meeting of the officers last week, the following nominations wen made: colonel, Charles P Dare; lieutenant colonel, David B. Birney; major, Max Friedman. Colonel Dare has been in command of the battalion since its organization; Mr. Birney has long been an active member of the time-honored City Troop, and Major Friedman is the present major of the battalion. ___^« Prison Yan Run Into.—On Friday night, _obo of the ears on the Walnut-street line ran into a prison van at Eighth street. The driver of the van was thrown from his seat by the force of the concussion, and badly hurt. As officer of the army writing from Texas, .says that the best way to bring that State speedily baek to the Union, is.to withdraw the United State3 troops from it. There would be no security for private pro...

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

CITY ITEMS An Elizabethan Rbcbptioh.—Dr. Motley, in his recent work, describes a reception at Greenwich Palace in the time of Queen Elizabeth. He says: **. The uommissioners were received with stately ceremony. The presenoe-ohaniber was hnn/t with Gobelin tapestry, its floor strewn with rashes. Fifty gentlemen pensioners, with Kilt battle-axes, and. a throng of buffetiers. or beef-eaters, in that quaint old-world " garb _Trtuoh has survived bo many centimes, were in attendance, while the counsellors of the (tueen- in their robes of State* waited round the throne. It was a splendid crowd, but the gentlemen present on the august ocoasion would have looked more tastefully elegant in more modern suits from the Brown Stone Clothing Hall of Rookhill & Wilson. Nos. 603 and SOS Chestnut street, above Sixth. Philadelphia." Wants.—There are three wants which never can be satisfied; that of the rich, who want something rooro; ttiatof the sick, who want Bomettiin_? different_, and...

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

j\E W _1OKK. 81 AND 81 FRANKLIN STREET WEST OF BROADWAY. WICKS. SMITH. & CO Are now offering, by tbe paokage_, an ENTIRELY NEW STOCK, Embracing their SPRING PREPARATION OF MEDITJM-PBICBD BRITISH DRESSGrOODS Of , Styles and Fabrics striotly THEIR OWN, WICKS, SMITH, k CO., fe8-wffcmSt* Importers, New York.

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

|J_# SHOEMAKER & Co../ GLASS, PAINTS, OILS, AND VARNISHES, _Jfortaeart Corner _FOURTH and RACE Street*. J_«4-4m ¦-- _. " - .. ,-_;. ,;¦ > ; ¦ -. ¦ ¦ .. .- ¦ . CTOOKS AND BONDS BOUGHT AND "J sold on oommissioii by JAY COQKE & CO., jaa-imif 114 eonth THIRD B_^eet. ONEY RECEIVED ON DEPOSIT, and interest silowed.br JAY COOKE k. CO. _in32-lmif 11* South THIRD Street. DRAFTS AJO> NOTES COLLECTED . by JAY COOKE * CO., ja33-lnuf 114 South THIRD Street. J\IEW YORK, BOSTON, AND BALTIl\ more _Exchange boaBhtandA _«WbToKE iaM-Imif 114 South THIRO Street. UNOURRENT FUNDS, SPECIE, &o, bought asd sold by JAY GOOKE at CO. Jatt lroif 114 South THIRD Street. r_^0STOM-HOUSB DUTIES. _' l_^_TREAatJRY NOTES _tertflflggpjf

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

Philadelphia Markets. Febeuaby lfi—Evening. The Flour market continues steady, with rather more inquiry for export, and sales include about 1300 hols standard and good superfine «t 86* 860bbli good extra famili at S5.75, and 500 bbls choice Ohio family at 96-50 W bbl. The trade buy moderately at the above figures, si to brand and _quality, and premium Flour 25_fflf0o _^ bbl more Rje Flour is selling as wanted, at 83.500 3.6214 _#>¦ bbl Com Meal is doll at «_3 87_^ W bb_<_. Whkat.—Thers is not so much ofieriae. and about 4,000 bus sold at 124_i»127o tor good to srim-> Western and "eimsjivania Tedin store; white ranges at from 133 to ¦45c, aa in qualitr. Kye is _sellisz at 66a68o for Pennsjlvania. Corn is firmer, with sales of 3 600 bus new jel ow at 57«Et8ol in store ana in the oars; and 1 £00 do o!d at 66o. the _latter for a choice lot. Oats are in better demand, ana 6,000 bus Pennsylvania sold! mostly at32o m store. Bj.aK.~Qneroitron is scarce at $25 per ton ...

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

BUSINESS _CAKJiS. 0. U L L Mi Hi ATTORNEY-AT-• LAW, JERSEY SHOREv Pennsylvania, Collefthons promptly made in Clinton and Ljooraing counties. B.XTKES TO Messrs. Walter k Kaub, Philadelphia; J.H.Humes, Fti-, Jersey Shore: Messrs. Harorolt & Co.Philada. manner, Ziegler, k Co.Philada; Frishmuth k Co Philada.! L. A.MaokeyLook Haven; YardGilmore, & Co., Pliitada.; Thatoher k Woddrop, Phihvda.; Reynolds, Howell, k Reiff, Philada. feK-3m J OHN ELLIOTT, WINES and LIQUORS, Nos. 317 and . 319 WALNUT Streetfbasement dm** . , between Thud _aiud Fourthnorth Bide,) Philadelphia. N. B.—Fine Old Whiskies always on hand, (Established in 18<g_.) _. ja3u-ly O- EORGE J.HENKBLS, UPHOLSTERY _^-_« and CABINET WAREHOUSE, No. 524 WALNUT Streetopposite Independence Square, formerly of No. 173 Chestnut Street. Philadelphia. ja38-3m* 'AT COOKS. W. 6, MOOEHBAD JAY COOKE & CO., BANKERS, . 114 SOUTH THIRD STREET _JFirst door north of the Girard Bank, ) iiS-3m PHILADELPHIA.

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

THB MARKETS. Whisky.—The market is steady, with sales 50 bbls at 17Ma>iSo. (xkAiN.—The export and home-trade demand for Wheat i'fair, and the market may be _4110104 a shade firmer.-with sales of f0,000 bushels at $180 for winter red Western in store, and $1.51% for prime white Canada. Rje is quiet and _unehane«d. _Barley is firm _, and the supply moderate. Sales 600 bushels State at 73 a76o in store and deliverer!. The Corn _marke'_. is one cent hither, with sales 25 000 bushels at 6«^066o for mixed Western. In Oats there is aver; moderate bu~ _einess doing at a_h out previous quotations. Flouk, &c— Western and State flour is in more aottve demand, and under the more favorable news from Europe prices, have advanced fi_®J0o p«r bbl. The better grades are is improved demand, cbirflr for export. The sales comprise 16,800 _bbls. at .f5.10aifi.20 for superfine State a"d _Western; _$_S.2Sa)5.30 for extra State, including 2 500 bbis. at the latter rate; S5.3_Sffi6.40 for c...

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

Polios _Rbgiti._ation? —It has already bean stated that under the new police regulation!!, recently suggested by Chief Buggies, certain corners are picked out at which one man, during the day, is constantly stationed. This plan has been found to work well, and if an officer should happen to be needed at a certain point, he is known where to be found. Under the old regulation, which required the officer to patrol his beat dnring the day as well as at night, often when his services were neeiel be could not be found. Recently it was tonnd necessary to appoint a Patrolman or Bay Sergeant, whose duty it is to travel through the whole district and see that every man is at his post. The following are the names of those appointed as Day Sergeants: First District, Won. Burling; Second- Jno. B. Goodwin; Third, Wm. Laoy; Fourth, Ed. White; Fifth, Geo. W. Sheets; Sixth, Jno. H. Lay ton; Seventh) Jno. Murray; Eighth, Berj. R Wright; Ninth, Jacob Preston; Tenth, Wm. Magee ,* Eleventh, CephaB Gu...

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

FINE CHECK SILKS FOR BONNETS. Pin Ohecks—Brown and White. Pin Checks—Blaok and White. Pin Checks—Blue and White. Pm Checks—Green and White. Pin Checks—Lilao and White. MS WU»_fll_^_A»ffKk GOOD S ADAPTED TO SPRING SALES OF 1851. New Light.Spnnjr. Chintzes. New Light _taring Si- _ghame. New Light Spring Delaines. New Light Spring Brilliants. _^wLUhtSpnn_. G_^ Gocd_. feI8 FOURTH and AROR Streets. G OODS FOR HOUSEKEEPERS. LinenB, Sheetings Towelling, Shntincs, Napkins. Counterpane*, Tickinr, Quilts, Fr«iha»ortaient,at h *6kf JOHN H._^ToKES_' 7_>'3 ARCH Street. N. B.-Clearing the shelves of winter stock, at low Philadelphia, Second Month, 18th, 1881. _felS

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

gPRING GOODS. BABCEOFT & CO _, NOS. 40S AND 1OT MARKET 8TRBKT, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS OF FOREIGN AND _DOMESTIC DRY GOODS, Now complete and ready for buyers, felG-6w Jg-PRINO' , 1861. _, WXJRTS, AUSTIB, & VLoVEIGE, IMPORTERS AND JOBBERS IN DRY GOODS. No. 311 MARKET STREET, Above Third, Philadelphia. Charles Wurts. _Heary _Anstie. Hamilton T. Mo Veigh, John 8. Weimer, JosaDh Burein. - felS-3ut

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

rr|p» . g o u g AT THE ACADEMY OF MUSIC JOHN B. _eOUOH . Will deliver two NEW Leotures before the YOUNG MEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION in the ACADEMY OF MUSIC, Ok MONDAY AND TUESDAY EVENINGS NEXT, Feb. 18th and i»th, at f4 before 8 o'clook. Subject- " LI&HT8 AND SHADOWS OF LONDON LIFE.". Reserved seats in the PaTuuet. Parquet Circleand BalconyPrtoe 60 cents; Orchestra Seats, 00 cents; Unreserved Seats. 25 cents. The sale of Reserved Seats will commence at the AC ADKMY on 8aTUHDAY MORNING, the 16th inst.. st 9 o'clook, and will be continued esoh day from 9 to 4. N. R. | Jvo seats will be _ttther sold or engaged until the office is open on Saturday Morning, and to prevent speculationnor more than an ordinary number of seats will b» sold to any one _verson. For the convenier.ee of those living in the lower part of the oity- n. few reserved suits will 136 fOT BBl" at MAKTIEN'S. 606 CHESTNUT Street, after twelve o'clock on Saturdaywhere vnreserved and orchestra seats may also ...

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

A BEL & LEYLAND'S STBREOPTICON. -CJL ASSEMBLY _BUILDINGS, S.W.ooAerof , rl'tNiIM and _THK8T r_*TjT Streets, liViSRV1 EVENING THIS _WEKR. GIGANTIC SrjSRBOS _JOP O _PICTUrfES Representing the m"st celebrated views and interesting objects of Nature and Art iu th_<_% B OLD WORLD AND iHE NHW, " 'omprismg 8CENERYLAND8CaPc.S RUiNS, _AHCHiTenTURE, STATUARY. * o ke. LOCAL SCENERY, _INTBRl_^_KS OF 1 HURCHE_8, MONUMENTAL. _SCULPTURiiB, •' ¦ • ¦ A_3D ¦¦ ' ¦ ¦'¦ COLOSSAL POR1RAITS f AMBRICAW HKR0W8P AND STATESMEN, All of which ar« produced upon _CAKVAS COVERING bilO SQ_.UARR FEET With surprising and almost magioai aoouraoywith alt the perfectntsa of the tsternoscopeand at which from one to ten thousand persons can took at onoe. As an educational and refining amusement, _TillS ENTERTAINMENT IS WITHOUT AN _EtJUAL, A change of programme will be given nightly. Cants of Admission as cents. Children, 15 cents. Family tickets, admitting five personsSI Doors open at IX o'clook. Commence...

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

LEGAL ESTATE OF JOHN H. PAL1THORP, Seniordeceased_. Letters testamentary to said Estate having been granted to the undersigned by the Register of Wills for the City and County of Philadelphia, all persons having claims against said estate will present tb'm and those indebtedtothesam_^wm m_^ke _paymeitgr _^ AMG*"LIftA W. PALETHORP, _JJOBBUT PALE»HORP, JOHN H. PAHfiTHORP, Junior. 390 SACS Street, Or tott* Attorney, ROBERT.p AI_#rHaRPf It* ; 50 _Jtorth FIFTH Street. IN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. _Estate of JAMES MAR8H&LU Deceased. Notice m hereby giventhat the widow of _s>id decedent haa filed in said Court her petition, with an appraisement, claiming to retain personal property therein set Jorth to the value of $300. according to the act» of the Assembly in mob oases made and provided, and that tha lama will be approved bv the «ai«_TCourt on the 1st day of March, A. D. 1881. unless exceptions be filed thereto. JNO. CHA8. LAYCOCK f_...

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

NEW _BOOKfc FOR SALE BY 8AMUEL _HAZARD. Jb. 724 CHESTNUT _Straet. ELl_»IE _VERMER! A ROMANCE OF DESTINY. By Oliver Wendell Holmes, author of the " Autocrat o the Breakfast Table." &_«. 2 vois. Cloth. 31.75. H18TORY OF THE UNITED NE1HERLAND8. from, the death of William tha Silent to the t'ynod o Dcrrt. with a full view of the English Dutch _Struggle against Spainand o<" the origin and ceatruotion or the _Sparush Armada. 8_y Jona Loth»_ou Motley,LL.D-. D. C.L,, author of ** Rise of the Dutch Republic." 2 vols.! 8vo. Cloth. Si. _i FA8T-J>AY SERMONS, beinB a _collection of Sermons by prominent Clergymen throughout the country on the _pwsen _* onew. 1 volume. ONE OF THEM. A new and capital work. By Charles Lever. Paper. COcenta. • A MKSSaGE FROM THB SEA: and the Uncommercial Traveller, By Charles Dickens. 8vo. Paper. fiOcKots. ¦¦ ¦ ¦ -.¦ . ..-¦ . ¦¦ .... ¦ ¦ -.. ¦¦ .,.. AUTOBIOGRAPHY OF D«t. CARLYLE . containine Memorials of the Men and Events of his Time. 1 vol. ...

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

TBRIYATE SALE.—A Valuable Drag and •*- Hardware Store and fixtures at private Sale.—The Drue and Hardware Store and fixtures, lately belonging to M. B. BH 00 MALLdeceased, in the borough of West Chesterin HIGH Street, adjoining the Turks'Head Hotel, and now owned bj tbe subscriber, is offered at private sale. The stock is full and weu selected, and will be sold on aeoommodating terms. The s and is one of the best in tbe borough. _llfcl mWtf thB 8t °re> MICHAEL MALONE. JH I8SOUBI LAND!! 600,000 _Aerfiifof Said &&d entry, at priooo _rangim from UK to SO cents per aore, in any _quantities required. • ¦ ¦ TAXKS paid and PATENTS procured for purchasers of Land under the Graduation Act. Plats furnished gratis fcy enolosing a postage stamp, ite_^_rw_^ H_$_r _iW* co.. Between THIRD and FOURTH , ST. LOUIS. Mo. LAND WARRANTS bought, sold, and located. j»7-3m

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

SAFES _fSRl LILLIE'S SAFE DIPOT REMOVED nStfl to¦ Mo._ai _gouth _SEVENTH Street, near the franklin _Tnetitato. The under_«kned. thankful for past favors, and being determined to merit future patronage, has _secured on elegant and convenient storeand has now on hand a large assortment of Lillie'a Celebrated Wrought and Chilled Iron Fib and Burglar Proof Safes, (the only stnotly fire and burglar proof safes made.) Also Lilbe'_s Unequalled _BanK VaultSafe. 8nd Rank 7o._*s. Lillie s Bank Vault Doots and Locks will be furnished to order on short notice. The is the strongestbestprotected, ard cheapest Dot and Look yet offered. Alsoparticular attention is oal'ed to Li!!ie: _s New Cabinet Safe tor Place, Jewelry, ko. This Safe ia sonoedeu to surpass in style and elegance _»n> thing jet offered for this purpose, and is the only one that is stnotiy fir-ard burglar proof. Special No . ¦ ics —I have now on hand say twenty of FarrelHerring. & Co.'s Safesmost o' them _nearly ...

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

_INSLRAWCJ! COSFANIBS. STATEMENT OF THE MUTUAL FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY-©^PHILADELPHIA. Office No. fi South FIFTH Street. CHARTER PERPETUAL. Amount of Property Insured_^..... .._**. — $289,900 60 ASSETS. Premium Notes.-_«. _^. ,$19,968 50 Invested in City 6 per _csnt. Loan... 828 00 _Jffice Furniture —~. _«._^.._« 118 13 Cash in hands of Treasurer-_^ 347 84 — $20,462 4_G LIABILITIES. none. Received Interest on Premium Notes, &o ... $2,678 H Reoeived Interest on Loans asd Investments——. 43 67 ¦ ¦_- . ¦•¦¦ ¦ • ¦• ¦- ¦ - - — $2,624 81 Expenses.-—. _^^. _^^. _^, $971 45 • Losses to Fire—-..... — —...... 409 00

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

(_TS* REV. DR. CAHILL AT CONCESIHALL. REV. DR. CAHILL Will deliver Two Lectures, commencing MONDAY EVENING, FEBRUARY 25. 8ubjbci-"THE IRJSH PRIEST AT HOME AND ABROAD." Saeond Looturo. FJUDAY EVENING, MARCH 1. Sbbjecs-m THB POLITICAL BALANCE OF J OWEE IN EUROPE." Admission 53 cents. Doors open at 6 o'clock, Leoture to commence at 8 o'clock preoiseiv. WM. D. HENNE8SY, _fe_!8-7t Agent.

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