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

AMUSEMENTS, AMERICAN ACADEMY OF MUSIC. MR. JOHN 8. RAREY FIRST _PRAHT_^Jal ' lECTURK _SXJBJUGATr_^N_1B OP HO RES 9, On th?. U _SfoI E ™ ?««. _FEBRUARY ft Will introduce _Ws R ' K A R B Y _nKLHBK v EBHORS'S " CRUISER " And _illnstrate his system of Training, in the snbjuration of _vioioo* _rabjectx __ _PHICjSH OF ADVlSMONs _5a _W«? -Parquet _Cirole. and Baloony #1 AU ha rtitof the house _^.Koia. Sf*» m_»y he reserved »or all three leoturf ¦ ._" , _'¦ _» oftickets ot mtnepoes at tbe box offioe of i he * r iT* on Sa«_-«>r d*- morningat 9 o'olook:. _»tf-Sl'J»J?_23?^r _Uohera has been enga ed and _tpeoial atteutoa wirt bs pi ven to the comfort vf ladies. o'ol k °POn O'ol°olf_> L80toreoommenoe»at7)i A MUSEMBNT AND TNSTRUC'fluN.— of his snpils-fMiss Me lie _AWoinette _Bfeirater, m John A. Lane, and Mr. Charles T. Fonlkes. Those who purchased '1 iokett for the _previous Readmg. and oould not gain access, will be admitted on this _ooo&siozx_. Tickets, admitting ...

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

RETAIL DRY GOODS. _T\TEW SPBiNa OLOAKINQS ¦»• _' Wa_«er proof Dark Tweeds. . Of new _rfeaUn and thin f*bno. Light styles R««ina Clo_»kin 8f Very thin for dres* and mantle. Frenoh _Pwunn 1 Dark Thibet* Light ttriped thin n do. Just lauded, _SHARPLfcea »«•»'! a_»_-;RS, fel CHESTNUT and KIOHTH Street* WINTER SHAWLSRemainder of Winter Stock fel 88llin8atYflryl °_IirRtLE88 BROTHERS WINTER DRESS GOODS. Remainder of Rtook 8e_.ling« ^^^n_^ r_^n. N O PANIC II! There is no panic at t_^e N.E. Corner EIGHTH and SPRIN9 GARDEN _Sts Full Stook. Fresh Goods Daily, Keeping op Sales, Selling uoods Cheap, and .,. . Buying Goods Cheap. AH Wool Flannels. Good Large Blankets, Beautiful Marseilles Q.uilts, Plano-'f able »nd Stand _Covers. Power-Loom Table Linens, Best SnirtingLinens, _SheetiBK. and Pillow-Linens, Damask Table- Linens. _^ Crash Diapers, Towels, &.o Great Seduction in CLOAKS, SHAWLSAND SILKS, Fanoy Dress Goods, Poplir¦, &c.,_*o., " ¦¦ " ¦ - . v ¦ _.gfj_._fl -'ITBtm...

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

CONTINENTAL HOTEL—Ninth and Chestnnt. S BartlettNew - ork B _Kreeborn, Phila T R _Robeson Boston _S Sutton Delaware W B Wil»in_«Delaware W a _fyfer, Delaware G E Barry, Delaware E V Verne», Phila F C _Kewhali. Phila T Maok, Boston S S _Folomon, _>ew York E K Hutoninaon, Phila 8 k Caldwell, Halifax Geo H FamnrIowa D R Defienderfer, El _JPaao R. N Allen. Boston ColSeawell h W Ferns, Jr, **w York s L Ba rett,Chioaeo PR King.Chicago W 8 Wood, Ae« York P a Van Rens*t . -.er, NY Jas M Gondbar. Memphis V A Turpm, Chioaeo C H _Spooner. Princeton Chas H JUod, Princeton 3 G B.antigam, New York Orris Np errr, Cnnneotiout J G Golothwaite, Alabama T A Whittaker & la, N Y Miss tfray, New vOrk Geo G '»ray. New York GS Carpenter. _^ ugusta, Me Miss Carpenter, Maine Mrs Stewart, Charleston _E S Foster, new York A Barricklo, _> ew York De Kim SalorTrenton G»o H Breneman. Lancast J _frhtileto, Cincinnati Wm DoddCincinnati Miss GroveDanville , , J P Grovel'anviile J B Or- xson...

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

FROM CALIFORNIA [BT FONT XXP&SaS.j Fmv KxABHKT»,Ja_»,Sl.—The »onj express pawed her* ye-t-rday afternoon, being over four _oayt behind time, owing to 'he bad _stoims in the mountains. . San Francisco. Jan. u_, 3.40 P. M. MARINE.—Arrived 9th, iaik Amatia from New Sailed li*. steamer Cortes" for Panama _2thships Fair _Wisd fur Baker's Islandtr-d Worth ¦Western for Bong-Kong. oarr>ing (00 Chinaman and b-«,6C0 in The ships Orpheus and Morning Liebt are under charter to load w-th gram for England. Ths M?a Lark _, ia ballasting for M«-xieo to load with wood lor Europe. STBAMI-R _PASsBNSERS FOR NSW YO«_iK. e The fllowing D&sieneera sailed in the steamer Corttsa yeiterd yfor New v,._rk via Panama: Jndee NortonDon Pedro l*ar*evain 4ohn O.»»_A»- •ye, John iVnaole. W. Wallace, wife and «on, H-oward aarateJohn Denney, B.Pl*tt aid wifeIsa*c Frede-«ck_, _wife and infant, Mrs. Kowa.stav and 3 children, JPhilipCadrie, J. C. Haven, w-to »a SetaMrra, b. a. Janderson. Mrs....

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

MOURNING GOODS FO 8 1861.—Just reoeived New Stiles Keoond _Monming Sn- Hah Chintzes , and N_^at _ffies Black and White dittoat _UHots ; Black Alpacoas,l8X.25,SIM.37Xoti.; Bombazine Kun*h _Alpaooaa, _SOi. so _63fi, 75 oca.; Mohair "Lustres, 37*4 cts. to 91; Black Book _MubIim, English Crapes, Veil Crapes, Crape Falls and Crape Veils, Round Corner CrapeLsoft and Grenadine Veils< 'rape _CoUa sasd CollarettsaKng._ish Bimbizines Jouvin_'s Black Kid Gloves, _mikinv our stock of PLAIN BLACK and 8BCOND MOURNING GOODS full and complete. MS8SON ft SON. Mourning Store jalO No. 918 Chestnut atreet rv_^_y_^OFlTiCli: OF THE FULTON COAL COWLL_5 PANY—Pbilavb' phia, let mo.f Jan.)31 1861. The Annual Weeting nf the stockholders w>ll be held on the 4'h proximo, at 12 o'clock M., at t_^e Omw ot the Company, No. 30 South TBIRD _Mreet. tor the _election of five D'reotms to »erye the ensuing year, and for the _transaction of other business. „., fel-3t CHAS. 8. FOLWELL, Secretary¦ fTsf_^ ...

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

BY J. H.VAN EVR1B, M.D. 1 Vol. 12mo, pp. 339. Price $1. The author of this publioatinn assumes, as a starting point, that the subordinate position of the negro is always existing in American eocetv, is not a oonditfon of slavery,at all, but the natural relation of an inferior to a superior raceand that whatever evils, if any. exist in •¦outhern society, are referable to a failure to strictly embody the natural inferiority of the negro in the oivil law, and not to an* error in the fundamental organism or the_.ry of that society, whioh is _oawd on a great and everlasting truth. Bis work is divided into two parts—first the speoifio and radical differences o) the races are examined, l'he color, figure, hair, features_, language, senses, brain, &«., of the negro are shown to be only the more p%!_pable specialties, oat of a thousand similar ones separating the negro from tbe white man. W&»,when, or how. the Creator saw fit to thus order things tne author retards at _imma...

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

MARRIED PATTEH80N-SYMMB8.-On the Mth ultimoby the Rev, Franklin MooreMr. James Patterson to Miss Mary w. ejymmesboth of _Philadelphia. * _^ SaOUD—MERKfc'L.—On the H ot S*pt_»mben . by Alderman George Moore Robert fiaond to _Cathanae H _Mnrltel, all. f this oity. . ' . . MeJOY—BrNNKl'T.-Onthe _JTth of Deoem)jer.by Alderman J. PiankintonAir. George W McCoy to Mils bhzabeth P. Bennett, both of the State of Dela-IVffcFO - SPRINGER—GREFNE—On the 95th ultimoby the Rev.J. C. Clay, M' . George F. Pprineer. of Chester, Penna., to Miss Sophie m, Greene, of Philadelphia. * _^ A'lXbf!—POtTfR— On the 2?fh ultimoby Rev.J. Woodlin. Hiram Atlee to Anna L. D. Potter, both of Philadelphia. * DIED. SAILOR.—Suddenly, Ada _Augutta, youngest daughter of Charles and M. A. Sailor, aged 8 years, S months. It d«_ys. Fuberal from the _resideroe of his father-in-law, Koxborough, on Sunday afternoon, at 3 o'olook. I'o p>ooeed to _Levertngton Cemetery. _Kelatives and friends are _lespeotfully invi...

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

Mi; _proceedings of City Councils. R_^ Yesterday afternoon the regular stated meeting Bjif both branches of Councils was held. mf BELECT BRANCH. B| 3Bkbo»obk Cvyleu, President, in the Chair. iL_>i following petitions and _oommunioations were _|_g* *V0& «_od referred : _B_^" <_ka» Mr- A B _Coaley, proposing to lease ¦I™*? \mt¥&3; one from the Robert Morris Hose ¦tT-_^T--- _.'kiujto be located as a steam hole bES_™_:'. „•,._"*<_&»*_&• DnitedStates Hose Com-^_TaskiBg t o _> ^»^ «¦ • ¦«•¦» _^8 •«• _Sr ' to- _a. «<r-«_j * «N»l_»tfea that during the r. Nkai. offered _>_Mlkw ao member be alpresent situn2 of the V _^Z_£ on the _Samft „_#> Kwedto speak more than _^_fl _toefinlesTby Bict, or more than five minm _^_S_«_£s * Wk» nnanimous consent of the». s_^_j \hB reiMviB. ¦Ron, since it had come from the ™*s _* "*"w _^ " ¦pd. * [Laughter J p*Tbe resolution was agreed to. f - m. The Chamber then went into an _...

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

JWSURANCB _COMPAHOE8. INSUBAKOfi _COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. PHILADELPHIA, January 14,1881. STATEMENT OF THK AFFAIRS OF THE COMPANY. Premiums from Jan. 1, I860, to Jan. I, MSL.. ._t«0.*8gjl Premiums earned on'Marine and Inland risks daring the jear ending as above 179 tea as Received from Interest on Investments — _. IMS M 9 188 OT 17 Losses, Return Premiums, Reinsurances, _expenses, and Commissions. _—~.... — ISTfilQ 83 Balanoe against Dividend Account 1880, and reservation for loss unadjusted and bad debts.- .__„ — 16,269 38 _f 173.880 67 _Balanced. , _._ . 813_^0 80 ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, Jam. 7,1861. 86,000 Pennsylvania 6 per cent, loan, at cost.- 9_SSB5 10 000 Philadelphia Citj S per cent. do.... 10.300 7.000 City of Ftttsbarg do do.... 6,700 7,000 do do 5 do do.... S.800 41620 Camden and Amboy R R bonds, do_«.. 41 713 8,000 North Pennsylvania R R bonds, do.... 3,760 14.610 Chesa'ke and Del. Canal bonds, do-.. 14 610 107shares Philadelphia Bank, do.... 44.710 100 do North P...

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

FAME INSUEANCI COMPANY, No. 40_« CHR'TNI'T _STR_^E'P. '. "" : '¦ ' _PmLiDBtPHU, January 28, _Bfll. The following statement of the F_»M*« I_^RU j>HC COMPANY o their connitionon the 31stday of December • 18d0i is published in aooordanoe with act of Assembi*: * API I"AL, fmthorized and subscribed _SlfO 000 oc Amount paid in -— . . _~> _.. 61 885 10 A8SETS. Bonds and . Mortgages.. ..... _$38 850 00 PhUada. oity 6 per centseost~—. 8180 00 Dem_*ad ions on oolUteral __ 8 825 00 Real Estate .._-.. __ . 2.600 00 _Balanoas due, beinz premiums earned on open policies and from agent*.. .—~ ...,,. ... S01979 Interest due ~ ~~. —.™. 1.8S0 SO Cash on han_4. .. . 3,240 SS Installments pn _stookinot called in, and for whioh the stockholders are individually lia1 le__. 38 115 00 ¦ ¦¦¦ - 3 W7.S48 88 _RFCETPtS W0R1860. Premiums on * ire Risks, amounting to SI.800.000 . $13,786 00 Premiums in ntand do., amounting to 3280,295 ..... - 1915 48 Interest—....¦., ___. .. „ 3,605 u _.._.—- ...

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

JLEGAi IN THE ORPHANS' COURT F _;R THE CITY A»»D COUNTY OF _PHILADELPHIA. Estate pf TH«_MaS BRaDF<>«D, k»«7. Couniellarat-Lawof the C'ty of Phi l adelphia deceased. The Auditor appointed by the Court to audit, settle, _and*<) ustth*aco nntof BENJAMIN RUSH B»ADFuBD. one nf the h xeou'ors o the last will and testament of THOMAS BRADFORD. Em _Connsellnr at-Law. of the City of Khil&delphiadeceased, and to report distribution of the balanoe in the hinds of the aaid _acct untant. will meet the parties m interest for the purp «o of hia tppointment. on _WxDNHSDAy_. the thirteenth of February, 1881at4 o'clock P. M.. at hu offioe, No. 40* PRUNE Street, in the Cit* of Phila delpfl»a. P.P.MORRIS. fel-fmwSt And I tor. IN 1 HE OEPH *»&' COURT FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. Estate of ANDREW WIGHT8m, Deceased. The Aad<tor appointed by the Court to audit, settle, and adjust the first and final acoount of aNDRKw WIGHT - and Gt OR HE W. i}»...

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

qnflE LIFE SIZE PHOTOGRAPHS IN ¦§• OIL. made by RETMER81-COND Street, above Green, are o_^noeded by all to be beyond oriti-01am—their _principal advantages being oorreotnets durability, and artistic merit. It* A _THBAP _STEREOSCOPE AND 12 -_£»- VIEWS FOR 26 CENTS. I. '1HK 8 P> R»-080OPE FOR THE MILLIONNo. 1, Containing 12 Views of Niagara and the Great Eastern, 25 cents, per mail S8 cents. II. THE 8TERl!.0aC0PK FOR THE MILLION, No. 2Containing Farm Pcenes, the Japanese Kmbassadors, &o., 12 kinds. S5 centsper mail 28 cents. The Same, highiy_'odlored and printed on Card Board, 60 cents, per mail 65 oenrs. ,111THE _BTERfeOBCOPE FOR THE MILLION. No. 3, Containing the Cathedral* and Churches of iurope. Price 30 cents, per mail 28 cents. M_iy.THJs-COMIC isTBR ._^OsCOPE FOR THE MILLION. Containing 12 Comio Views. Prioe 25 cento plain;'highly colored and printed on Card Board 60 cents, ser mail 63 cents ~ : V. TH is. uTKREObCOPIC ALBUMNos. l.i_.and 3, each _containing 12 vi...

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

MARINE INTELLIGENCE BEE FOURTH PAGE. MEMORANDA. Steamship Keys'one _*tate, Marsbman, hence,arrived at Pa* nn*b on Tuesday eveaine. Steamship lohn Bell, coott, for Glasgow, ole&red at N York _jesterdav. . . 8team tup Teutnnia, Taube, for Hamburg, cleared at New >ork yesterday. -. ¦ -, - _« ¦ Ships 8*»uth Phore. Lothrop, and Kitty Floyd, Dearborn, for Liverpool, cleared at _*avannah 38th ult. Bark Yirrima & Fsteilina. Wilkinssaile 1 from Buenos Ayres previous to NovS7 for Rio de Janeiro. Bark La Plata, Crowell, for Buenos Ayres, cleared at New Vork ye*terd_»y. Bark Dawn Chase. 33 days from New York fnr Buenos Avres, was spoken Deo S5th, 30 miles south of Cape St Roqne. Bark ¦ avallo, Washington, from Lavaca, arrived at K«>»r York yetterday.. Bark Union State. Foxwe I. from Wilmington, NC, arrived at Nb-w York _yesterdar Bng Nameangi _Kogers, for Plnladeloh-a. cleared at New Orleans 27th inst, with3H> hhds sugar and 300 bbls _mnlatsei. Brig Ca...

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

_SPEOIAL NOTICES Saving Fond. american life insurance and trust company. Office 8. K. Corner FOUR'IB and WALNUT Streets. This institution continues to receive Deposits, as usual, and pays all sums, large or small, on demand, as it has always done. It has asked for no legislation, and desires none. - January 29, I860. ja29 lm Saving Fund—Natiokal Safbtt Trust Company.—Daring the suspension of specie payments by the Banks, Money is received and paid daily, in the same kind of funds, specie or notes, at deposited; Interest five ' pjir oent. WALNUT Street, southwest corner of THIRD. Ja2-tf Hair Dtb! Hub Dyb! !—Batchelor'_s LIQ.UID HAIR DYE ** A« original and _btst in th market. All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided if you wish to escape ridicule. Splendid Black or heautitul _fisown instantaneously. Sold by all DrnggistB everywhere. The genuine has the signature of WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR upon a iteel-plate engraving on four sides of eaoh box. { _Btxeart of _Counttrfti...

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

GREAT SACRIFICE. FINE (SOLO JKWELRY. __ _ " YOul_^P&IVo_^l_^_r - Fine Silver-plated Cream Cups ' " Drinking i._upa. " " 8,tB Tablespoons. '• ¦ *' *' Dessert ("poons. V .« _« Tfa _spoons. _» '¦ _* i- _~ _JPaus Butter Knives. Extra fine Gold PenB and Silver Case*. ¦*" -. ¦ ¦**' ¦ Pencils, (new sty'es.) " ;' Sets 01 Meeve Buttons and Studs. t j- ,- _^^ fioMfPms. (different stjles.) Laoies'fine Gold Bracelets. ** ¦ ¦ *• 8e» of Jewelry, Pin and Drops, _—: . . («» different styles J The best ever offered for ll. v . BOOKS. Wearenowolemngout our entire stook of Books at less than half price. Call and see onr stook. ja30 3t*if 602 _CHESTNUT_^et. npO MERCHANTS. J- TO BANKERS. TO _ENGINEERS. TO ARTISTS. . ¦ _- ¦ •. ¦¦ To STATIONERS. U*e the celebrated Jackson's L.eads and Pencils, the oldest and best make in tms _ooun ¦ ry. at ia_»-tf JOflJMH -JtecTOeet. _CTUOKS AND BJNDS BOUGHT AND _^ _TOld on _coauausiofi br JAY CO&KS A CO. jaa-tmif H4>_outh THIRD _ftreet._ M OJNJ...

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

Philadelphia Markets. _Januaex f i—Evening. There is very little inquiry for Flour, either for exeort or home use. The only sales we hear of are to supply the retailers and bakers, at S8.2So9.37H W bbl foi common and good brands of anpei fine; 86.44fl_>5 JS6_^C foi extras; _95.7&OG.25 for extra family; and Q6.37_%_o>6 71 for fancy tot*, as to quality. R • e Flour ia held at $3 It OS.87_K, and Corn Meal at «3 ty bbl for Penna, and _QZJXiyi for Brandy wine. WHK4T is in steady demand, with sales of _Sai 090 _bni rood Penna and Western reds at 127ol29_c« and white at 135® 140c. R_?o is in steady demand at 76o for Penna. Cora is dull, and J_^_aBdeaiibed. Sales of 4-200 bus prime new yellow at C0o in store; a lot of damaged sold at 50o i old is held at 70o. O»u are m better demand , and 3 _OOS but were disposed _«f at 3& for Penna and 33oforDe-Baxk.—l«t No. 1 _Quercitron is held at 92S _ner ton Cotxos _oontinuea quiet, but _prfoee arjS w.oll _roairi Gr. ceh...

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

R Meeting oi Telegraph Stockholders. KFrom the New York Herald of yesterday.] K ~ The annual meeting _i«f the _stookholders of the |uaericEn Telegraph Company was held yesterday _J_|t the office of the company, " So. 4 Wall street. BSrom the statements made in the report, the Bpffairs of the company would appear to be in a K*ost flourishing condition, the net _profits for the Bast year being ovar twenty-five per cent. It is ¦_fee opinion of the directors that the working _Expenses of the lines can be reduced alter ¦ little to sixty per cent., being a saving of _Ktftaeo per cent, on the present expenditures. ¦A. congratulatory _alluJion was made to the ¦settlement of the _dlffioulties with the press, and ¦he conclusion of a contract with it for fire ¦Stars, The report was adopted without _disooaaioo_, Httd a ballot for _directors for the _ensaiDg year pro-Kbeded with. The following were the gentlemen Electedthe same of Br W S Morrisof Virginia, ¦_ming added to the former number o...

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

SAFEis. & LILLIE'S 8AFe_1_e>IPOT REMO vS ISp to No. 91 South SEVENTH Street, near the Franklin Institute. The underpinnedthankful for past favors, and being leternuned to merit future patronage, has reonred an ilegant and convenient store, and has now on hand a _arsse assortment of Lillin'_a Celebrated Wrought and ChUledron Fie and Burglar Proof Safes, (the only Btnotly fire and burglar proof sa>f«B made.) Alao- l_*ulie'_a _yneauaJled Bank VaultSafeand BankT ock«. . Lillie's Bank Vault Doors and Looks wiU be furnished to order on short notice. The w the strongest,bestproteoted, an tloheapest Donr and Look yet offer*d. Also, particular attention is called to ' >' ° ¦ New Capnet Safe lor Plate, Jewelryke. This Safe is eonoedeu to surpass m style and _rletanOJ »n_« thins; yet offered for this purpose, and is the only one that ia strictly fir- and burglar proof. . . ^_ . Special No • icb —% have now on hana say twenty of FarielHerring. _ Co.'s Safesroost o...

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

CITY ITEMS ThkMayob_'_s _Mcssaoi! —The annual message of Mayor Henry was sent into City Councils yesterday afternoon. His Honor gives an emouraninR statement of the financial condition of the oity, and of its improvements during the year. He also recommends (by exam ale, if not in term*) the wisdom and propriety of wearing garments from the Brown Stone Clothing Hall of Rockhill & Wilson, Nob. 603 and 60S . Chestnut street, above tixth, where the most elegant apparel for gentlemen and youths i« constant!) on hand. A _Oxmtiemah (?)—'Tib he, whose every thought and deed By rule of virtue moves ; Whoia eenerous tonirat disdains to speak The thing his heart disproves: Who never did a slander forge! His neighbor_'s famt to wounds Nor hearken to a fal*e report By malice whispered round; Who to his piigbted word and truth Has ever firmly stood_. And bought his clothes of _GranvUIe Stoken, Be cause he makes them good > Because two price* he disdains, The"' golden rule"...

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

_JJF MOVAL. THOMAS & MARTIN HAVE _REMPVED FROM Wo. air to No. SS2 CHESTNUT STREET. fel-Im T IMITED OfJPABTNER8HTP.—JOHN ¦_£_> _HirtAQREY .bat this day. on alwtea. oopartnersbip. _auoeisted with Km WM. L. BILL MAN in the _coidooting of the General Mercantile «nd Variety businessat the _sontheaat corner of THIRD and RACE Street*, Philadelphia. . „ * JOHN _MOSO.vmY. fel-3t* W_.LLIAM L. BILLMAN. tflOUND.—A Pocket-waliet, containing J| some Money, was left on the counter of the Ticket Office of the _PenMitvania Railroad Co., ELKVJSNTH and MARKKT_^ re eta, Philadelphia on 8aturday. January .r 8S, 1861. The owner ©an have it by _oallinr and identifying the contents, and pay in* for this advjrtmement. JAMES _» OWDEN, _rel-3t* Ticket Agent. _sfe/i nuna _^d $3,000 to invest in

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