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

Sudden Death. Pobt Jakvis, N. Y.February _^. -rA man sup_: posed to bs Lieutenant Benjamin D. _Forsyth, of the XJ. 6. array, _tras _ibuod dead in his bed at the Delaware Heuse, this morning. Lieut, _^orsyth was attached , to the 4tb. Infantry, as first Hen tenant. '¦ • -.. _, . '¦ ¦ .: ' . " '

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

Hew York _legislature, Albany, Feb. 1.—The Assembly adopted the report of the committee to send nine commissioners, already named, to the Washington Conference, by a vote of 72 yeas to 39 naysafter an amendment that the _msjority shall decide how their vote, shall be oast.

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

A Hong_^ Crashed by tke Snow* - XSB_1_S _IiJYJBS IiO»T. :, ¦¦¦- : _Bostoit, |^b. 1 -r-At _Bropkiine , New Hampshire, yesterday, tie roof of tbe dwelling of Mr. Gibson was erufbed W hy th* snow. His wife and two daughters were killed. .. . ..........-

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

Massachusetts .Legislature. _JJpaTQS, Feb. J.—The Senate, to day, refused to take up _wntutiQns ' _appo inting com _mlsrioners to ths CoDftrenoe pf §«t«s at • _Washingtoa_, by s vote of 6 yeas to 17 nays. ' - ¦ ¦ _¦ •

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

The Holland Consul at Charleston. _. WASHisartir, Feb. 1 —The _Pieaident has reeoir. mzed J. De Brjn Kosias vice consuVef t_£_mt|l erlands,for Forth Carolina,_^c _att CawKwd Georgia, to reside at _CharlegW_«. _V^*_"**** ' • na

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

«i invite attention to the mee ting to be held this evening, at the Sail of Pharmacy, in behalf of ths Buffering Indians of Kansas. Two delegates from the Ottawa tribe ef Indians will be present to address the meeting.

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

• m ¦ .. . ¦ Mew Hampshire' s _Cbmmission to Washington. Cokoobd, Fefe 1.—The Governor has appointed Amos TuckAsa Fowler, and Levi Chamberlain, tommlBdoners to Washington.

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

Me. Cameeoh.—We have positive informs_, tion from Springfield by whioh we feel _oarselves authorised to contradict the rumor that Mr. Cameron has been or is to be reinvited to a seat in Mr. Lincoln's Cabinet.—JV. Y. Tribune of yesterday

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

Tax _faabionabie Vorfa of St. _Fgtejfsburg.i much exercised last now by th* _annonnienieijt f_^a three elderly princesses, of the ' mort _illuatriou* fr» _zailies, are about to marry quite young and _obKOffl _jfetn_, _jftefr wepeotive medioal attendants.

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

LATEST NEWS By Telegraph to The Press.

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

Sailing of the Teutonia. Hsw York, February 1.—The steamer Teutonta sailed this afternoon, with eighty passengers and S_.700 ill TO*!*.

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

Ship _NewR.

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

CITY ITEMS The Splendid New Cabinet-Ware Establishment of W. & J. Allen & Bro. We have on several occasions, referred to the gradual tendenoy -westward of our business establishments—a foot by the way, in striking harmony with the oft - quoted prophetio line of Bishop Berkeley, Bi" Westward the course of empire takes its way." _ The latest and one of the most important moves in this direction is that of the firm which heads this artioie—Messrs. W. k J. Allen k Brother, formerly located at No. 310 South Second street, and now occupying their splendid new building, No. 3209 Chestnut street, above Twelfth. Oaring the la*t fifteen years this firm hu had a md_» reputation throughout the Union (which teas, and -we hope will continue to be,) _ai manufacturers of Cabinet Ware; and their present removal is no less & necessity, in order to accommodate their constantly-increasin g patronage, than it is an indication of business sagacity and enterprise on the par...

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

_WINTER SHAWLS. Remainder of Winter Stock Selling at very low nrices. fel 8HARPLE88 BROTHERS l_^INTIR BS GOODS. ? » Remainder of Stock Selling at greatly reduced prices. fel SHARPLE8S BROTHER*. T\_TO PANIC !!! X ~ There is no panic at the N. E. Corner EIGHTH and SPRING GARDEN Sts Full Stock. Fresh Goods Daily, Reeping up Sales, Selling Goods Cheap, and Buying Goods Cheap. All Wool Flannels. Good Large Blankets, Beautiful Marseilles Quilts, Piano-Table end Stand Covers. Power-Loom Table Linens, Best Shirting, Linens, SheetinB. and Pillow-Linens, Damas_^Table- Linens. Crash Diapers, Towels, &c Great Reduction in CLOAKS, SHAWLS. AND SILKS, Fancy Dress Goods, Poplins, &o.. ka.. At THORNLEY & CHISM'S_, M, E. Corner EIGHTH & SPRING GARDEN Sts. ja25 RETAIL DRY GOODS NEW SPRING OLOAK.INGS. Water-proof Dark Tweeds. Of new design and thin fabric. Light styles Regina CIoakin«s, Very thin for dress and mantle. Frenoh Dingon_* 1 Dark Thibet*. Light striped...

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

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL The Money Market. Philadelphia, February 1,1861. A dull market with light transactions characterized the meetings of the Stock Board to-day* State bondi and city loans, and tha more reliable _securities genersly, were firm. Pennsylvania Railroad shares were steady lit S3; Reading Railroad 'took receded _3_£_,and Race and Vine-streets Passenger Railway went down to 13*,'. The money market remains without change. Tha Hasleton Coal Company divide one dollar and three-quarters per share, payable on and after the 11th instant. The Delaware Division Canal Company divide 3 _^ cent., payable on and after February 15.1881. The old Northwestern Railroad Company, under the new name of the Western Railroad Company, have elected the following officers: President—WiUiam Maher, Blairaviile. Directors—Miohaol Ma lone, George M. Kline, and T. _ife. Franklin, of Lancaster; Israel Painter, Thomas G. _fltewart, and James Femon, of Westmoreland; Willifam L. Hirst and H. ...

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

POSITION OF THE C0MPANX. Subscribed Capital. ~— '.... _«10,000,000 Paid-up Capital, 94_^51 shares.—_ ._—. 9*3.510 Paid-up Capital and Reserved Funds.... 6,066,589 B1S0UR0E8 IN UNITED STATES. Cash deposited m Phcenix Bank and with! »87.Ml 63 Cammann & Co., Bankers,New York...-S i >0 '_>1 *100 Cash in hands of agents and in course of transmission. ,..». «^.... ._„ „. _u~~ _<5_JM0 00 Stocks. Bonds of Citj of Rochester, market value.—— —._— :.., .....,..,. 10,480 00 Stock; Bonds of City of Buffalo, market value S8._110 00 Amount of loans on bond and mortgage on Real Estate in the United States, constituting first liens on the same, on which there is less than one year's interest due.., 695,800 00 INCOME IN UNITED STATES. Amount of cash premiums received—.— 468,038 00 Amount of interest money received from investments in the United _Stafs. ~~.-.~. 66.7_S1 00 Amount of income from other sources..- _. 31,357 00 Amount of premiums earned or determined. 318,000...

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

FORTHIRTY YEARS THE STANDARD REMEDY. Itwillbe jEBnerallT admitted that no better gvidenee _i of the great curative powers of the. EXPECTORANT can be offered than the grateful testimony of those who have been restored to health by its use, and the widespread Popularity which , for so long: a periodit has maintained in the face of all competitionandwhich Has created a constantly increasing demand tor it u all parts of the inhabitable globe. As far as possiblethis evidence is laid before the public from time, and at this day the most skeptical muB t acknowledge, that for all Pulmonary complaints it is truly an invaluable remedy. , RECENT COUGHS AND COLDS, PLEURITIC P&INS, &o. are quickly and effectually oured by its diaphoretic, soothing, and Expectorant powers. ASTHMA :t _alwa/_rg relieves. It overcome* the ssaamodio contraction of the air veaels, and or _uroduoinr free expectoration, at once removes all difficulty of respiration. > BRONCHITIS readily yields t...

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

. .I N THE PRESENT LAMENTABLE aspect of national difficultiesall should not forget that Photograph Galleries are still having their regular . bus-nets, and particularly REIMER'S, SECOND St., above Green It* _* T IMITED COPARTNERSHIP.—JOHN *-i MORONBY has this day. on a limited copartner-, shipatsooiated with him WML. _B1LLMAN in the * conduotint of tha General Mercantile and Varietr t>usi-* ness, at the southeast corner of THIRD and RACK ; 8tI6eU ' "M-W*^.; JOHN MOBONEY. f6l *3t* ' WILLIAM L. BILLMAN. FOUND. —A Pocket-waliet, containing some Money, was left on the counter of the Ticket Offioe of the Pennsylvania Railroad Co., ELKVENTH and MARKBT Streets, Philadelphiaon Saturday, January M,_? 1861. The owner can have it by oallme . and identifying the contents, and _pajme for this fel-3t* ¦ _¦ ¦ :¦ * : Ticket Agent. NOTICE—LOST. —On Wednesday January 30th, in the oarsbetween Mauoh Chunk and _»_r _^ _«w _rxw _^n Thnrflriftv _tnnrmnr. _between New torK _iuuiiu>j iii...

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

rr_3=» SUFFERING INDIANS OF KANSAS—UL5 Two of the _Counoilmen of this tribe, JOHN JONES and WM. HARRare in the city, and they will explain the wants of that peopleat the Hall of Phar-, ZANE Street, above Seventh, THIS (Seventh _fttttTOIIJie, at7«o'oloek.HN JHLLWYN PAB.RI8H, THO8. _WILblAMSON, BENJAMIN COATES. It* SAMUEL JEANES. TYWm STATEMENT OF THE UNION BANK, Ikj? . M required by the second section of the act of the General Assembly of this Commonwealth, approved the 13th dar of OctoberA. D. 1867. Amount of loans and disoounts-_^. —~- $341,852 44 " specie..........-_~~...... »^«- _^ 64_^0339 " due from other banKB..- ^_>._«,. 61,890 83 " of notes in circulation-_^. -. •. 40.070 00 " deposits, including; _balanoes due • .. to other banks.... ....._—. 216(92 65 F3a11.ASBl.PsiA, February 1, 1881. CITY OF PHILADELPHIA, _ss : 1, James Lesley, Cashier of the Union Bank, being sworn, depose and say that the above statement is correct, to the best of my knowledge and belief. JA...

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

AN AMERICAN _jETHNOLOGICAL VIEW OF THE NEGBO Q.UEST1OI_*. SHAL L WHITE MEN JtULE AMERICA ? NEGROES AND _NKGfW " SLAVERY." The First aa Inferior Raoe— "She Latter ite Noririal _Condition. BY J. H. VAN EVRIE, M. D. 1 Vol. Mmo, pp. 333. Prioe 81. ThS author of this _publication assumesas a _startine* point, that the subordinate _pwition of tha negro as always existing in American smtetyis oot a condition of si avery at all, but the natural relation of an inferior to a superior race, and that _whftoyer evilsif any, exist in Southern societyare referable to a failure to strictly embody the natural inferiority of the negro in the civil law, and not to any error m the fundamental organism or theory of that societywhich is . based on a great and everlasting truth! His work is divided into two parts—first the - specific tad. radical differences of the races are examined.- l't_» color, figure, hair,featureslanguage, senses, brain, &_«., of the negro are shown to be only the more pal...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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