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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

Losd PAIMEB_8T0_S, in Ms seventy-flfm year, is unaffected by the weather- Daring the gammer he is aecaatomed to leave the Home of Commens after its rising, _acd walk home to bis house, In Pieoadiily, at ose, two, three, and even four o'clock in the morning—with all the cares of the State on his back, and all tar salient points of the sight and morning 's _disunions in bu head. Daring the winter he is here, there, everywhere, _disohargi&g the duties which belong to his station; sow leoturing CB0 farmers on improved modes of col tare, now giving _advico to the farmers'laborers as to how they may rise ia the world on nine shillings per week, and liow discoursing, trowel In handon the blessings of education, when laving the foundation of a new literary _iDBtltuUon ¦ _benevolent gentleman, on_^_ef his liberality, has bequeathed to a rising seaport in the South. The New York Merchants and the Republican Representatives in Friendly Council. t Correspondence of The Press.) .. ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

TKE WEEKLY PRESS. ¦ Hi WsBxit Pins win be ami te _MttwilMn to mail (per ann«n,in _aivenee,) a*.———-fa.QO VkreeOopiea. *• " _— „« 6,00 Fiva •* •• ..__ 8,00 Ten • _« " • ¦> _„_ ...I9,oo _Wwwatr " •< > (t_*ones4dre«s). 80,00 Vwentv _Govles, or over (te address ef _wwb saUorrbT_,) —oh. -. ¦ , . ¦¦„ ¦¦¦¦¦ 1,80 •Per a Club of Twestr-one or over, we will _seaa aa extra _eotr to the cethtr-w of the _Clvfe. _KT* _postmasters are re4«este4 to aet as _Aimte foi Tax WBBXJ.T Fb»s, _CALIFORNIA PRESS, . iMaea three _timeea;MonUi, in time for tae _CeUfernla Uteamers. . . ' ..::. " ¦ " '* . " *

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

IHPII FINE WATCH REPAIRING _ssMkkiisonb havtnr ftpj e watches ¦ B that have hitherto ifiven no satisfaction to the ^^¦_parem are invited to bring them to our storewhere ^^¦Bl defeots o« be remedied by thoroughly skilful and _ff_^^_Kceottfio workmen, sod the watch ¦warranted to give i_^HBstire satisfaction. _^_Htfll&ntel _ciovkt_, MusicalBoxes, &c, carefully pat in ¦>-*—¦** _, _^^K Importers of Watches. Musical Boxes. Clocks, ie. _^Jpll-lm 3** _CflJSSTftUT Etreet, below Fourth. ¦

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

MONDAY. FEBRUARY 4. 1861.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

Supposed _Maajms.—-The Body of a Chub pound im x Box —On Saturday afternoon , about four o'clock, the following telegraphic despatch sent to tnis aireotou ir0 was any, w js»*u _jxhutusj Mann: " These are to inform you that a female child waa sent from the oity in a box to Smith's Hotel. _Qoskertown, Pa.whichwhen opsned_, showed marks «f violanoe about its neofc. A ooroner's _inquesc waa held, and their verdict whs that the ohilawsa killed, being delivered alive. We shall await your orders in the matter. " There ia one witness that received the box from two ladies, at the depot, in tne city, _saya he could identify them. , . .. TflOSIAS f. BALL, " Justice of the Peace, Quakertown, Penna." Upon receiving this communication Mr. Mann waited on Detective Schlemm, and placed tbe whole matter in his charge. Mr. Schlemm immediately started for Qaakertown—a distance of thirty-nine miles from the depot at Front and Willow streets—and arrived at Quaker Station, which is about one mile from...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

LATEST NEWS By Telegraph to The Press. FROM WMSmQWM Speoial Despatches to "The Press." W _ASBIaQTUS, _feo. a, _1OOJ.. Retirement of the Louisiana Senators. To-morrow there will be few tears shed on the departure of Messrs. _BhtBKVh and Benjamin from the seats they have so long occupied in the United States Senate. Mr. Benjamin is about to present himself as an enemy of the Union, in the character, to use his own language, "of the silly Indian who shoots his arrows at the son, forgetting that the great luminary continues to roll on in all its effulgence and glory, notwithstanding sooh efforts." New Orleans no longer a Port of Entry. A resolution will be introduced into the House to-morrow repealing the law creating New Orleans a port of entry, and providing for tbe collection of the revenue at the month of the Mississippi. The Secretary of the Treasury, General Dtx, ie severely condemned for permitting so large a sum of money to remain in the Mint at New Orleans, with the fall ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

Letter irom •• _uccasiuiuii. _' _ICorrespondenoe of The f _reii.] _Washmotos, February 4,1861 Tho _Congresi of _Peaae_, composed of commissioners from most of the States that continue lo respect the Union, will meat here at twelve o'olook to-morrow at Willard'_a hall, on 1? street, near fourteenth. I believe that most of the commission ers have already arrived, but, as there frill _bojsome absentees, a formal organization will probably not be effected until Tuesday. It is to be hoped that the proceedings will be public—in which event there will be a large oonoourse of spectators-Many wholesome influences have been operating In advance of the meeting of this august commission. The labors of the New York special committeecomposed of thirty-one of the most prominent oiticens of tbat city, a number of them leading Republicans—have been highly effective. On Thursday evening the committee had a consultation with « number of Representatives, from the Border States. Wm- K. Bodge, £iq...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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