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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

Absard Rumor Corrected. [From the ' National Intelligencer.] . ' Wabhikqtoh, January 28,1861. Messrs. Editobs : Among the many panio rn_« mors t( telegraphed from Washington,'r and daily oiroulatod to advanoe the ends of eertain sectional agitators, the following has been published here, ¦ imid'perhapi-ieliewhere _' :-_1 ' _. ' ' - - ¦ : , '_^. ¦:ii: '- . * . ¦¦ : i«J_0olonel Magrnderof the United States army, who is on leave of _absenoe, has been drilling, for some time * past, si troop of cavalry In Maryland, In the vicinity of the Federal oapital, whtett "fact is believed to have some connexion with the plot to •else the eity." In the present feverish state of the publio-mtnd in It may be proper to arrest a rumor which, ordinary; times, would be rendered innocent by its absurdity. - On benalf of my brother, Colonel Magrnder, now absent on duty—not on lemve—in Europe, I ask spade in the Intelligencer to oontrad iot this statement.. I may add, without improprietythat no one who...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

i-TOHN 0. BICKEL is this day admitted Mr as a partner in our House. Ik- BDRNETl1 _, SEXTON, & SWE _* .RINGEN W m. i _^ , u- _T ._„ . *09 MARKET Street p _^ fhiladelphia, Jan. 1.186L Jal-tuf lm B_^AIRMOUKT MACHINE WORKS, _r W00D ¦ws'TiSsaais? ¦ _"* Twenty - g. The _undwrsif nedsuccessor to the late firm of J. kT. fvWOODwilloontmue the business in all its branches as theretofore. Power 1 ooms and all maohines conneoted KwitS themEmbusing Callenders. Lard Oil Presses, SSaaftwgand Machine work m general. W TharAful for past favors, he would _resoeotfully solicit k a eontinuanoe of the patronage so libsrallr bestowed on I tb_« lite firm. THOMAS WOOD. Philadelphia, Jan. 22,1861. jaM-3m URPHY-WHIPPLE IRON BRIDGE. STONEOUISLEY, k. BURTON, No. 3331R-ALNUT STREET, PHILADELPHIA, _LBeg leave to inform Railroad Companiesand others _Rnterested in bridge construction, that they have formed i§_T connection m business with JOHN W. MURPHY, iiCml Engineer(author and wventorof the above well-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

A Disgrace to the City. The Evening Bulletin of Wednesday has the following paragraph, which we especially commend to the prompt notice and humane action of "City Councils: "A Philadelphia Black Holi.—The Unionstreet Btation-taODBe U a prominent place of resort for homeless wretches who are compelled to seek _euoh temporary, shelter as the _publio _vouoheafes laoh unfortunates The aocommodations famished at this statloa-house consist of an unfloored cellar, about eighteen feet by thirty in dimensions, and a cell about eight feet by ten in sise. In the latter female lodgers are placed, while the male outcasts have no shelter but the cellar. The latter is without a regular boarded floor, and there Is little or no ventilation. Into these wretohed quarters no less than one hundred and one homeless wanderers were orowded last night. They were literally piled in, and they made tfceir _oeds upon _ooal heapsor wherever else they could stow themselves. The horrible condition of the place a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

LOOKING _GLASSES. lOOKING-GLASSES, PORTRAIT AND f ICTURE FRAMES, ENGRAVINGS, OIL PAINTINGS, &c, &o. JAMES S. EARLE & SON, IMPORTERS, MANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS. SABLES' GALLERIES, SIS _CHBSTSHJT STHBET, mh23-tf Philadelphia

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

Jahuabt 29,1861. Editor of Tbx Pbxss : In artiole on _^ohn F. Watson in your issue of 28th last., "J. J. "mentionB, among the diitingalBhed members of " The Friendly Sons of St. Patrick," " John Dunlap_, first captain of the First City Troop." This is a mistake. The company was organised November 17,1774, and Abraham Markoe elected captain. BissuooeBSors were— i \ ¦ •_- _'-*• ¦ •'• • ¦-¦'¦¦¦¦¦•¦¦' ¦- . ¦ ¦¦ Samuel Morris, elected 1775. Samuel Miles, elected 1786. Christian Febigereleo ted 1790. John Dunlap, elected 1794. (_Ap. 12.) The latter was -tin* fifth insteadoffirat «_ipt»_in, and, although one of the original twenty-eight gentlemen who constituted &e « Philadelphia Troop of I_*ight Horse," (as It _wai then _oallefl,) did not become senior of&oer until it bad bees organises tweaity years. CahuUbvok.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

BfAVANA OIGARS.-A HANDSOME ¦> assortment, _oomjrismg ¦ Patasas, Cabanas, Figaro- J_»eptuno. Punchinello, BlaoKSea, Kelampagp_, Arguellos . Espanello, _Zaratotana, _Ibc. &c, of M _aizes and auahtietin (QuarterHalf, One-Fifth, and One-Tenth boxe»-and in palm leai packages-just reoeiyed by brig Amanda, via New 300 _OflO hayana _oigabs oi _^Zy_^'_^Fx,*?!' otop tobaooo, just received di-BrwsMf _tfejt* r _^ mAmAm _JM _tfRKNOH ZINO—Pure SNOW _WHIT1S f CVieBe. Montagne. tc Cp.T s.) Ground in_Oil, and

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

r_«ABINBT FURNITURE AMD BEL-*-_/ HARD TABLES. MOORE & OAMPION_, No. 5161 SOUTH SECOND STREET. tn _oonneotion with their extensive Cabinet Business we bow manufacturing a superior article of ™—"» And have now on hand a full supply .finished with MOORE & CAMPION'S _IMPIOVBD _CC8HIONS w hi 11 are pronounced, by all who have used them, to e superior to all others. - ¦ F o:lhe quality and finish of these Table* the manmfaotu ren refer to their numerous patrons throughout the Union_.wh ©are familiar with the eharaoter of their work. -._;.• -. • ¦ .-. ¦ _^ . . - ata-Ua _f_£m SHOEMAKER & Go., _„ SLASH, PAINTS, OILS, AND VARNISHES, Northeast Corner FOURTH and RAGE Streets. de4-«m -. ¦ • .. ¦ . ¦ . ¦ . , ¦... ¦ ,...:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

CABINET FURNITURE JJBMOYA-. L. " • W. & J. ALI_^EN & _JBKO.; Respeotfully inform their friends wad _oustomera thai thei have removed froia fto. 3 4 O tjouth _BECOJXD Street to their NEW BTOBE, 18 0 9 CHESTWU3" STREET, Where _tnsy will have _always on hand a fine assortment of . .. ¦ ¦ ¦ . .. . -. . " .,. ' - ' .. ¦ BOSBWOOD, WALNUT, AND OAK ' . . _FURNITIJRE;;;.;... . /¦ Which they will tell at less than their former pricesin _oonsequenoe of havmc greater facilities for business, and being under less expense. _; They respectfully solioit a oall before purchasing elsewhere. i*a8-Sm

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

THE WEEKLY PRESS Vkb Wikh _Fkxm will b* _aeat t* ¦_tteerlbert Vr mail (p<«r annwi, in aiv«uM,_> at —1_»,00 Tkree _Oowei. " •* .._— ~ - - 5,00 Five " " •• 8,00 Ten " " • ...,13,00 Twenty " M * {toonea4dreM).ao,00 Twenty Coviw, or over (to addresi sf eaoh mbaeriber,) eaoh———.... ¦ 1,90 For a dub of Twenty-one or over, we will mb* aa extraoopx totho retter-nporthe Ci«t>, ' wr _Portmaitori an retaeited to aet aa Aieals tn *HI WlfJCtT _PKBSS. CALIFORNIA PRESS, lamed time times ft Month, in time for tke _Oalifernia Steamen. •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

I _ HgMOVAIig_. lm_* REMOVAL.—PASOHALL MORRIS :3Em has removed hm Aerioultnral and Seed Warehouse from Seventh and Market streets, to his New Stand. 11*8 _MARKBT (street, opposite Farmer? bMarket. r Every _desoription of improved Agricultural and Hor-¦genltural _Imsfemsnti. warrantefl. Field, Gardenana P_*lower Seeds supplied at reasonable prices as heretofore, at wholesale and retail. _PASCRALL MORRIS Agrioultura.1 and Seed Warehouse, 1120 MARKET Street, opposite Farmers' Market. jal-lm MARTIN AQUAYLE'S ~~ pfJ. STATIONERY. TOY, AND FANCY GOODS p _BMPOAIUM, |" 1O*« WTALW0T 6TKKET,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

FURS. [PUBS! FURS! GEORGE ]F. WOMRATH_, N03. 41« AND 417 ARCH STREET, Has now Open A FULL ASSORTMENT LADIES" _FURH, To which the attention of the Pnblio is invited. ooS-4in

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

Thk profits of the _Scettish Australian Investment Soeietjare j_^10.260 for the I&at half year and the _dlvideod _reoomineaied is at the rate of 10

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

¦Mr mason ¦_&!(!hewaa'peaking for Virginia. She SgaSnrmognSw " he people as the people of the St_$r r!8 i>OtraL \Rs-»id thit h» did not understand wlnt the Senator from Virginia meant b» 8_»ndine id _» cotn-FiWJSVrep _fieM tod them_^hat he _thnur _tt _thpir safety depended on the action of Virginia and the Knrder _States It was clear that he acd the Senator rwfmVirVinia differed. He desired peaceand the _Sahrtenarce of the Urion_._hut he had _fsiled . to see _?nyrhir|Tnth« action of the 8? n«tor from Virginia to _^ tow$_CT_£on5_U._^ rhfi _Penstir from Virginia. _Ine fenat_^r irom _virxinif aud _' _thoS6 _whf w " re ^^^/^"rn_^_rlnlf * when tie was pained, also. %?.,*¦ _wis met m H!sD#p_^_l§ this side refused to vote when the proposition of the _£en_%t_£_r _fromT New «ampshirfl ( Mr. Clark) passedand then _tetaraoneri To the ."outh that there was no hon«, 4 the _Kepttblioans voted down the Crittenden resolu-*IO m!1' i/Mjwornw **4 4*_iron«r«(r. H\ii\ there was no con ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

_iiliiMcirffil W* _sHisoTOSt Jan. 81,1861. 8EKATK. . Mr. _SBWAAD, «f N'wY j| rt. _3_&_?ffi.£,"SS2_?_J a communication from Mr- A. _^_LiJ_^Vcomm'ttee oj wiammn _wmwmmm sent. It is very short. ,„ - . _JSSHJffi_^Satfmsaaa _^^SS'_^_aSfeee fU whom was _assUnedi the to _Comess of the men _orial of cmzena of New York, _IS._wre_^tr lTh_^ _ifcl_^f Of"d tf|?>8 _at! _*_S5 for the _oinnideration of the memorial oonunutee, and _resp " otfnlly recommend for their adoption as the basis of their actiou under the memorial, and in forth &rstwARD bJ Tf ' . President•»»*»* «.e Hoo _j; _ol fteprcseatfttives. this _fenate oham|er is the _larse*» halt that is Of ever has been occupied _bya legirlativ Msemhl, _smee the world began-i he memorial which I am charged to present is of suoh a length that, if axteiSed, it w " u!d cross the _Benaie oh-mber in its extrrauwt lur h eighteen times. I have ._£TO * »* seared memorials trom the ei_«y of New York _^ signeG by the citizens _«...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

FRIDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1861 _t\t $rm To ABTSKII3SR_8.—The _circotettoB of Th« pass* exceeds that of any otb«r _daiiy paper iB Philadelphia, with a single exeeP_^_n. . S»- _tisfactory proof of this fact will be _cheerially given to advertisers. First _Pagb.—Prince Kuag; A Disgrace to the City: AnnnaJ Message of the Mayor of Kiiladelphia; Pennsylvania Items; Absurd Rumor Corrected, fowR*H _PAOi.—Pekin as Found, - The Bonaparte Eo .nance; Sermon by _Bev. W. T. Evm ; The J?iwt Cruise of the BrooWyn; News Items; Marine Intelligence. Whto a great danger threatens a free an a brave people, the voice of faction should be hushed. Nothing is more pitiable than to see men carried away by _selish or narrow motives when their suffering country calls upon all her sons for aid and comfort. Tnetrue patriot is always found in the man ready to make the largest sacrifices for the common good. These are not the days for parties or for platforms. An overmastering and ever-present doty commands ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

PENNSYLVANIA LEGISLATUEE Harrisbuug, Jan. 31,1861. HOUSE. The _Senate was oalled to order at 11 o'olook by the Speaker, _frnyer by Rev. Mr. Feltwell A nu cber of reports were made by the committees. B1L- S IM PLACE. Mr. _FItfNEY» an act to provide for the collection oi private rec-_«rd_« and _manuaonpfs, for the purpose of illustrating the early history of i-ennsylvania. Tbetoii was a-.oompamed by a memorial from tne Hon. William _WilkinB, and both oidered to be printed in the _t<- C° ftir. _FCHI_^ OLEa supplement to the act iaoorporatine t! e Trenton Railroad Company of Lehigh county. Sir. PARK KK, an act to _eetab._ish the _Muoicipal Court of Philadelphia. • ¦ "- . Mr CONN bljL, a further suo&lement to tbe act ounsoiidatine the oity of Philadelphia. Mr. SMi'iH, a _supplement to aa act r _lotmg to oorporfl_m?n r«I»"5HQL8, an aat to incorporate the Steam Manufacturing Company of Philadelphia PETITIONS, _MEMORIALS, _&0. Mr. SMITH aaked for and obtained pe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

LATEST NEWS By Telegraph to The Press. FROM WASHINGTON. Special Despatches to " The Press." _Washhcstoh, Jan. 3f, 1861. Mr. Lincoln's Cabinet. Great divisions exist in Ohio and Indiana in regard to the appointment of a member of Mr. I»INCOLN'b Cabinet. Why not take John _Bbbkuak, and bo settle the troubles between the contending factions ? He is a man of serve, of experience, and of unspotted integrity, personally and politically. The Flag ou the Washington Monument. Under the directions of Mrs. Crosby, the accomplished lady manager of the Washington Mono ment Association in this oity, a splendid American flag was some days ago hoisied from the top of that lofty, yet _»_UU unfinished, shaft. In tho midst of all the storms, and rain, and snow that have lately visited Washington, it floats proudly to the breeze ' not a stripe erased and not a star dimmed. * General Scott Undaunted. It is utterly untrue that the Phbsident and General Scott have bad a difference. These two aged ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

WASHINGTON COBEESPONDENCE Letter from «* Kappa. " [Correspondence of The PreiB] _WASHiseroN, Jan. 31,1881. Darlcgihe present tribulations all patriots must _oonsider it a sign of hope and enoouragement tbat the workingmen, North and South, who suffer more than any other class of our people by the _orisis now pressing upon ui, are vigorously sustaining the Union. In Virginia, they have assembled at several places, and in spite of the eager efforts of the Disunionists, they have declared that they are against secession, and the breaking up of the present Government, In Alexandria, a _serlou * difficulty occurred between them and the infuriated Secessionists. In the North we observe the same spectacle. Workingmen have assembled in your oity, and appointed a committee to proceed to Washington and Harrisburg, in order to operate upon the legislative bodies. They ask for an immediate settlement of existing dlffidnlties hy the adoption ef some compromise on the basis of the Critten...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

FINANCIAL. AND COMMJKKC1AL. The Money Market. _Philadelphia, Jan. 31, 1861. The slock market was stronger to-day, though devoid of speculative features. Pennsylvania Railroad shares advanced J at the first board, but receded i later in the day. Beading Bailroad shares gained J, and Camden and Amboy 11- City sixes were firm at the quotation of yesterday foi the old issues, (98_^ and J higher _(101J) for the new. State fives sold at 90f —a gain of £. Pennsylvania Railroad bonds and Lehigh Valley Railroad bonds gained each }¦ Bank stocks arc steady; passenger railway shares neglected. The money market is stationary. Prime paper is readily discounted at 8 to 9 per cent, but is offered in a very limited amount. Nearly all the best paper is absorbed by the banks. Regular business paper is discounted in bank for customers with liberality proportioned to the needs of customers, though such ordinary business paper as is thrown out of bank is very slow of sale on the Btreet. Among bus...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 1 February 1861

"¥_Mf ANTED—Cut and put into lumber, kI. .-w ?od ' '_^ft'lf _4nd p 08*8»bout 120 acres of Timbersituated on Ilk River, Cecil county, Md.. _SK _milea from Chesape»ke Cit.. _^his limber wUl be s _™ d it _US°»?a Dl<l _"_^_Ss 1_"1 _* °? ea«y »"ns. Addrew' Woodjwi 3& oe ' _^lth r _*al naine and _rewtienoe. 'PO BOuKnELLERS AND STATION-¦ •* :¦ ER8.—A . situation wanted br a young wanat S2i_« ma B* navmg been engaged m the business several _*C &s?>a offi»^ thfl "*•isJ<_$ » ¥i|rANTED—A _Situation as Collector in h.17.a _S oIesaI _£ Glro0BrT , fstablt- hraent domr a oity trade. Address •• Th"mas," this i.ffiee. j«ao-«t_» qno _ory _qho us _mbrohamts. — !r_,ti,_S f_? i_?X) -7W _5 ntei '> _vtw'0l '_4' -fi 7 e Owwwd - dollar* worthot . Ury Goods suoh as Blai-keta. F _annuls. Liuleys, <"aunetts. Pants &o.. &_*., for whioh one-halfof _tbii amount will be p . _ud in ca_^_h and the _othw half to desirable r'al _estate m »he oit»...

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