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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

St. J_^_bks N. I1 ., Feb. 1 —The steamer TInited Kingdom, from Glasgow, passed Cape _Raoe yesterday, with Liverpool advices to the 20th ult. The Trench army is to be increased by the addition of seventeen regiments. General Klapka is making preparations for the rising in Hungary. The trials, in Beyront, of parties charged with the massacre of Christians in Syriahave ' been concluded. ThePruees have been sentenced to death, while the Turkish prisoners are exiled. It was believed that the ire on Gaeta would be regained on the 21st, and the attack by sea be oommenoed without delay. The new Ministry of Staples possessed the confidence of the people. Commercial _Intelligence* Preparations for the Hungarian Insurrection. THE SYRIAN MASSACRE-SENTENCE O_* : THE MURDERERS. 1NCBEABB OF THE FRENCH AJ3LMY tATER FROM EUROPE. The Steamer United Kingdom off Cape • ; ¦ .- ¦ ¦ ' Eace. • V LivKBr-onL. FridayJan. 18.—The Cotton market was activewith a great demand, and the sales reached 20,-...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

In t h~ _e performance of this duty, I nave now tne pleasure of placing ' at _tji_« _dijiibntjoji pf tbe Coip. ' - _miBSioners for their meeting the large public hall, formerly one of the churches of our city, but now known as " Willard1 ? Concert Hall," which, it is believedwill be fouad to offer all requisite facilities for their deliberations, and which its worthy proprietorsMessrs. J. C. & fl. Willardwith a highly oreditable public spirit, have hastened to tender to the _City Government for this purpose. Ths hall will bein all respects, ready for the I me of the commissioners on tbe morning of the 4th of February. I respectfully request that you will make known tbia arrangement to the Commissioners, at such tints and in Booh form as you may think proper. With the highest respect and consideration, I have the honor to be yonr obedient servant, j_^. Jams G. Bmibkt, Mayor. Ex-Ptealdtttt Jons Tvi.be, Sherweod Forest, Charles City County, Va. The Peace _Cownissioners. [Fr...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

Public _Amusement*. On Monday evening, at the Assembly room, S. W. comer of Tenth and Chesnut streets, Abel & Xieylaud will reopen their Btereopticon, beyond all question the finest application of modern scienoe to the purpose of exhibition ever made. A number of local views will be introduced eaoh evening, u well aa portraits of eminent Americana. We understand that the present is really the last night of Miss Clubman's performanee at Archstreet Theatre. Mr. Chapman had a crowded house, at Walnutstreet Theatre, last night, on the occasion of his benefit. We understand that Mr. J. E. Murdoch undoubtedly one of the best comedians living, will be the "star," at Walnut-street Theatre, next week. " The.Seven Sisters" fills the Olympic Theatre •very night, and the final scene is admitted to be splendor itself. There will be two performances this day, aftersoon and evening, at the Continental Theatre, and also at Blgnor _Blits's Temple of Wonders. Van Amburgh's Zoological Inst...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

Speech of ittr. Killinger. The speech delivered by Mr. Killinger, of the Lebanon district, in the Souse of Representatives* yesterday, will be read with much pleasure by the great mass of Ms constituents, and the people ot our State generally. Pennsylvania, now, as at all former periods of her history, is devotedly attached to the Union, and will consent to any reasonable sacrifice of prejudices and preconceived opinions to secure its preservation. Day by day the desire to unite on seme fair and equitable basis of compromise with the faithful Union men of the Border Slave States grows stronger and stronger, and it will evidently soon become so _irreaistiblev that no party can successfully oppose it. Mr. Khunger's speech not only gives eloquent expression to this powerful sentiment, but enunciates other views which will find an echo in the breasts of thousands of his fellow-citizens, without distinction of party. In times like these, mere platforms and high-sounding generalities ar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

State Finances. Hon. Hkhey B. Mooeb, the newly elected State Treasurer, has been in the city for the past few days, making provision for the payment of the semi-annual interest upon the State loan due yesterday. The holders of the certificate loan will be paid at the Farmers' and Mechanics' Bank, and the coupon loans, as usual, at the _Girard Bank. It is gratifying to learn that, notwithstanding the general suspension of specie payments by the banks, the interest will be paid in coin. Mr. Moore, who has been in the office but a few days, is entitled to great credit for the energy and zeal displayed by Mm in the matter. The difficulties in our national politics and State finances alarmed some of the more timid in relation to our State securities. The result should satisfy them that there will be but little trouble hereafter. The selection of Mr. Moors at the present ime, to preside over the finances of the State, was a wise stroke of policy. He is able and industrious, and our ba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

| i I ' ' ¦ < Tne Proposition ol Mr. _Kellogs. The proposition introduced into the House of Representatives yesterday by Mr. Kellogg, of Illinois, will command much attention from the fact that he has recently visited the President elect, and there is little probability that he would advocate any measure relating to the existing questions of the day which he knew to be offensive to Mr. Lincoln. There is so little practical difference between tbe mode ot adjustment he has brought forward and some of the plans which have been considered acceptable by the conservative Representatives . ofthe Border Slave States, that, _H^^_erflnffinl determination toK _cavflj_^_reveme, wHh ° _tlSui_^ of a hair" does nealden, if she wouJg " resolute ference8 ^^D _^n _|ff_. 5M_^n - the nintb. part _greater In 1819 _shaot exist, the unhappy difwS [IMI ----« _Sfpresent prevail may be to a 7L _i_^Sxtent peaceably settled.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

Ekpoeied'Sasssx of tub Levant:.— ffee Trenton1$. 3.papers _atate thBt _iBfoTOatio 11 b " been received that the sloop-ofwar Levant, »t whose safety so ranch anxiety h» been felt. *" Bpoken by a whaler from the Sandwich _Islaadsi arrived at Panama. Captain H«mt, tke oonimander» who belongs in Tren . ttp, desired the captain of t« whaler to report that he was compelled to ti«k some of *he other islands in the Pacific, C8B»_- _«_ueE*ii _ae would aot be at Panama for *»o ?f ««_£ tlrom tfie time he was expected. Tbia _iniellil_^f eoiaes via Washington, t« whioh pla«_a it was cw»_- V.eyed by the doctor of the ship St. Martfh _*DU _sailed from Panama on board the whaler-I»t?N»ATiQH ik _HotiAN».—The dykes 10 Holland were broken in various places _Jfff_* m and:8th, sweeping away the houses _rftj sands of unfortunate ereatures. who are _waoitHJK cold, hungry, and homeless upon the dykw ¦ * night the ruab ofthe torrent is distinctly beard « a ejnsiderable distance, and all _ringiag ot bt " n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

Tbe YVorkmgmen_'_B Committee. _IIabrisbttbq, Feb. 1.—The Workiogmen's Committee of Thirty-three * left here in the 1 o'clock train for Philadelphia, and will reaoh home about 6 o'clock this evening. The J_^pkalpw _TTial, _TftSHTOir, feb. i.-_^-Tlie _trfal of Jaokalow_, for robbery oa tha high seas, was closed to-day. Col. Cannon finished a most able argument on the part ot the Government. The judge charged the Jury very clearly and ably. He said that the jury had but two points to consider. The first and second points charged Jaokalow with robbery of tbe _teets, by force, of gold and eilver ooinbank bills, and one coat, and on the- , second oount of taking the. ooat If the robbery was an afterthought, after the murder, it would be nothing more than larceny; but if the murder was committed with the intention of taking the goods, then it was robbery. If thsy found _the prisoner guilty, then tbey must also fix the locality of the robbery. Zh« Jury went out at 4 o'olock.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

T H E • C 1 T yT_^ AMU8_EMJSNT8 THIS EVENING. _WHftATtBT &CLAXKK _' f AECF-STEBB_* THHT1_U _<vr_^h _«tr»er _\bove sixth.—"Qat Mannerine " ' "HfnryVlII." E 3?Ai,wt?T_<t«KB'r "!'_1!1!ateij. Walnut and Ninth _au « The Marble Eea t"-" The Lone Star " "• McDoNoooM'_s OtrMPsr date _tfaieties_)_, Kaoe itre«> below- Ttdid -" Th, M._?ven _Mstors." "*>> OotfTiSKNT_^i- 'rHSATKE ahd Cibop. W alnut street above Kii htft- ' The Merohaut I teed of _Senoa, or iVl Innkeeper and tho _Hobbew." _Commonwealth Ball, _Chestnut street-"The Ten,, pie of Wonder*"—Sm*_or Blitz. _UmrsB 8_TATB8 BoiLnjNos. _Cbeitnut _atreet. below Fifth.-Van _Amburgh & Co.'i Menagerie. °w 8akfobi>'» _Opbha _Hpuss. _Eteventb _ttreet. _»bo*» :iesJiut.-Co«_oert»i_«litlF. Mr/sic iF B Ham., _Immi street, above Ktghth. - Genuania Orohe_«tra.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

Fire at Alton, Illinois. Alton, 111., Jan. Si.—A. fire tHa _evening destroyed tbe building _ooijspied by Wm. M. _H&rt , druggist, _aad t_^egzam _warehouse of L. J. Clanear & Co. The loss amounted to $25,000, whioh is fully Insured. . .. ¦ , - ....„ ¦ . ¦ ; . ¦ ¦ ¦¦¦ ¦¦ Them aTeJ_»0,000 _beggars in London, who ^> ll«ot on;wi average S27STefteh-- m,j »v ' _- _" abont 30,000 who live l_^ *!^«? _?_mft_^e « we hoases to teach the art of _Sckine_^v^*™ _; "S_*: odn 's _eleetiMi aa_« It 2&LS^? ^*ld of -WKKidgoni_^ back ,X"h ** «°_w *° **_$m _low*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

The Defence of Washington* The Richmond Enquirer, after warmly advocating the attack upon the Capital at Washington, now bitterly complains of the efforts made to secure Its safety against a lawless invasion, and attempts to ridicule all fears that any men should be found sufficiently desperate and foolhardy to follow its advice. It emphatically denies that Gov. Wisx is implicated in any design to invade it, and asserts not only that he " is far from well and confined at home in watching the sick bed of a _mender of bis family," but that he is opposed _^iPj£ ciple to « private raids against the _Pedengpt well as State Government*. " " • -:-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

Ths " _Baengerbund ' v _' ooal Musical Society " in* tend giving tbeir annual fancy dress ball and opera at the National Guards' Hall, on Monday evening next, commencing at 8 o'olock, when will be performed the celebrated operetta of the " Leidertafel in China, or the Broken Chaise," under the direction of Carl Gaertner. The unbounded sneeuuthat has hitherto greeted this performance, together with the high character that this society enjoys, will be sufficient guarantee that their present efforts will be worthy of the patronage that has heretofore been bo liberally bestowed. Tickets one dollar, to be had at the lodger office, or Mr. Andre's music store, Chestnut street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

Meeting at Baltimore. Baltihobb, Feb. l.-rThe town meeting called of those in favor of restoring the constitutional Union of the States, held to-night at the Maryland Institutewas largely attended. Messrs. _Norris, Teakle, Wallaceand E. M. McLean, addressed the mealing- Resolutions were passed denouncing Gov. Hieks, in refusing to call a convention, denying his authority to send delegates to the Washington Conference, and, alsoto make arrangements for electing delegates to a city Convention to elect delegates to a Stat«;Convention, to give expression to the views of Maryland in the present crisis. ¦ ' " " ¦ ¦¦'¦ ¦'¦''-' . ¦ . ¦' . • ¦¦ '_-' ¦ ' ¦i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

_yrW Paob—Canada versus the English Judges; The Trade of _Milwaukee; Charleston Comspondence; From Maryland; Tautology; Letter! from Hamsbnrg; Rev. Dr. _Storn at _Coneett flail; BeKg _iow Intelligence; Weekly ' B_«vlew of tbe Philadelphia Markets. Foubth ' P4_« —Th* _Evolution in the Eonth; Pennsylva- 1 niaItems; foreign News; Abduction of a Young _t Lady from an Academy In New York; Marine In- ] telllgenoe- i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

Ackwo-wi*_dob_£jht.—From Mr. Trenwlth_, the well-known newspaper and periodical agent in South Third street, we have received new numbers Of Vanity Fair, Frank Leslie's Illustrated Newspaper , the Ntto York Illustrated News; and th* monthly parts of Beadle'a Dim* Biographical Library _£Pf_« of Daniel Boone). Yankee Notion*, - fhm Budget of Surr% and the Waverly Magazine, <&e. ' T«nwith in decidedly &n _jtastf tQtion. • . " '' ; : - ; -• ¦ •/¦ ::;, " _ -. '" ' _^j- '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

%\_t mtn S A TUEDAY FEBRUARY 2, 1861 To _ADvwwisi:**.—The circulation of Ths _Pjwss exceeds that of any other daily paper in Philadelphia, with a single excePa<»»- _*f* iisfactory proof of this fact will be cneerftlly I_^_Teii to advertisers.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

: Aflaira at Charleston. Another interesting letter from oar Charles_, ton correspondent, will be found in our columns this morning. It will be seen, that In bis opinion, there is a strong probability of an attack very soon, upon Fort Sumter, and that an important battery, upon which the Secessionists nave long been at work, is nearly completed.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

The Ohio Commissioners in Washington. \ ¦¦¦ ' :¦ :: _> - ¦ ¦ . AH _ADJOUBNJTEHT SO APRIL ?O0BTH PROPO_8BP. _Clivklaud, Feb. ' 1.—The commissioners from Ohio to the Washington Convention of States will lie instructed to procure an adjournment till April 4th, If possible, se as to allow the incoming Administration an opportunity to convince the conntry of its conservative character.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

Markets by Telegraph. "BALTlMoax Feb. 1.—Floor aoUvswitlt _larpe gales of Bowaid-street at »_B2». » _deohne of 60. Wheat dull; red,_914Sal._33; white. 91.40_«l.fiS. Com •t«Ad*; yellow, mam. _Proviaious arm. Coffee _eteady. Wtuetf nominal at _iSalsHa. ¦ _v ' AvevuiA., Feb. I.—Cotton active and firm; tale* of Chablkstox, Feb. 1.—Cotton—Sal-* to, day of 2 800 bales at prioe« ranging from 6 to 12aL?^o? The market _ia_*ctiVB and firm J ¦

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