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

T H E V IT X . _^_AMUSBIOSHTa THIS _BVI5_NIWG. i_^_mtaBsesasss -—« -— ¦ • ._ttrtasawasissw_^1 _^ ! _JBSffAH^' ' *ffHSaEJ»«i B _S?«S"/_re».»roh..t«11...-w..-Br.»ta-Room Concert. : _ftHrsicAt. _Ftraii Fau.iLecustBtwat,abovaEightn,-Eeadiogo _bj _f rof. Lemuel O. white. McDoHotrGH'8 Oi.tkpic _jiate Gaieties), Race street, below Third.-" The Seven _fristers." Commokwkai-tk JTu.1,. Chestnut street-"The Tempie of Woiidera"—Sigsor Blitz. itnitkb States _Boildiwsb, Chestnut street, oeiow Fifth ~- Van Ambnrgh A. Co.'s Menagerie. _Sanfobu's 0»ba HptrsB. _Bleveitth street, _nbove Ohestnut.~Conoertniflitw.

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

Miss _Ahsu WH,58.—We stated, some days ago, that Miss Annie Wilks_, a favorite performer in tie _soubrette line of characters , had returned to the performance of her public duties, ejs a member ot the Walnnt-street Theatrical Company. We made th_» statement on the ground of having •een Miss Wilks' name Is one of the bills of the theatre. We have been _requested to cay that Miss Wilks, _who wag _dismisaed for the impropriety of having bees _dangoroutly ill for a few weeks, has not been allowed to resume her position in the ThMtre, though ao person hai been engaged to take her place. We are requested also to state that Miss WiUci has been advised to avail herself of legal means to enforce the _fulfilment of her engagement _(jrith tte _mamgementi _Oar.adyfoe _itAnliJ hr^—in _kiwtn _nnt of 1j»w

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

The Ifank Suspension. PROPOSED IKQOTBY AB TO THB _PORFKITUEB OF _CHABTSBS. _HlEBiSBtrKS , Fob 2—In the Senate, yestordsy, Mr. Finsey submitted tho following resolution:' Resolved, That the Committee on Banks be instructed to inquire and report what banks, if any, in this Commonwealth, have forfeited their charters by a violation of the laws regulating banks and banking institutions , and tbat the _oommittoe have power to send for persons «*nd papers. Mr. f inney subsequently modified his resolution, which did not materially alter it. Mr. Smith offered an amendment that the committee bo authorised to inquire into the causes of the suspension, and whether justifiable, Ao. On motion, the _snbjeot was postponed for the present.

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

Arrival of the _nwUto> «^f ut — • ¦ _¦r - _^r._^ _»_Mjgg^«a««rn liight.. _^. —.-oaf ""ilToro Jw in spsca-^jf\_1sV Yobk, Feb. 2.—The steamshi p Northern _^lAght, from _Aspinwall, has arrived. She brings & trifle over one _million and a half in specie. Joseph L. White, of Hew York, was shit on the 5th of January, soon after landing in Central America, by a Canadian Frenchman named Gavett He died on the 12th nit. The origin of the dispute was a difficulty about India rubber. The steamer St. Louis had arrived at Panama from Hew York. Lady _yranfclin was o passenger. ' " . "' The South _Ameritan news _Is_^_unlmportant . with the exception of the defeat of Qtn _Mojquera on the _»Jains ef Ceiotc bvGen. Paris.

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

_Abh PA6»—The _Applfc_*_"_™u * u_« ™*_°»J"- _vanfs Bailroad Company; The New YorkMerehmnf mad the _Bepubllom _Bepwientatives In Priendly Council; A Call for the Democratic State Convention; Th_« Canadian Fugitive-Slave Case; The _Pemoora _tio State Convention; Two Great Uniens Instead of Oae—Points already Settled—So 2; Out Special Charleston Correspondence; Oar New York Letter; Crime in California; TreaionIn New Orleans; Pennsylvania Items. _Foobth pAa«—Foreign News; General News; List of Letters Bemainisg la the Philadelphia Post Office nntabtnn)«v. V«b 2: Marine Intelligence.

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

THBMrx.iTART Fby**—There _soems to ** ft »ge jost now for forming n>w mitttary oompanies, l_>n* where the arms an to _eOme rrcnVw am them, if they ever sneoeed In eaalpping themselves, it i> hud to tell. The p2deV_«n _? ?aged in these movements would do much better by joining the old: organf |«d oompaaiei. _QWH«m _Wahje©. —:At an early hour on S»teday_mor6ing a fellow _giving the name of William Landis, waa arrested at Nineteenth and Uombard streets , having in his possession a quilting frame supposed to have been stolen. HeWaf sent below by Aldenaan _Ratchet. " T '

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

Mr. Earey, the llorse-tamer. To-morrow evening, at the Academy of Muslo, Mr. _Rabbt, who» performances in subjugating the wildest and worst tempered horses by the gentle compulsion of firmness and kindness, will make his first appearance in this city. He is, in all respects, one of the most wonderful men of bis time, and from all _aoooants, appears amply to deserve the pleasant results, in reputation and parse, o? his intelligent and _soarageons application of the lo*» nf _kindnnas to th« hrntenrnation.

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

Cfcffn** MnisrnAV PEBRUAKY 4. 1601 TO ADV*RTISKB».—The CHCalftttOB OI x»* _Pbiss exceeds tbat of any other daily pape* In Philadelphia, with a single except ion- Satisfactory proof of this fact will be cheerfully _rivan to advertisers.

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

iMortn Carolina. VOfcUHTMB COJfPAJf«_p _VOIttfViQ, _Balbisb, Feb. S —The State Convention is the leading topic of discussion. . Several members of the Legislature have gone home to prepare for the canvass Volunteer companies are forming throughout the State, to be ready to act in any emergency in support of the Federal Government, except in ease of coercion. • . . ':; .. - "_: ' ._^ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦:_^ / ¦ ¦' ¦¦ /.; , ¦ ¦ ' . '¦¦ .

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

The New Orleans Mint. _WASHiSGTOir, Feb 2, 1861—According to the monthly statement of the United States Treasurer, published today, and made up from returns received ap to last Monday, the balance in the Mint, afc New _^Orleans, was J389.267; and in the hands of the Sub-Treasurer there, $121,238. The following shows the principal balances subject to draft in the slave States: ct. _Traiomiir. C!h».rl«j<ton _». .»»—. .«•—• »»^._« 915.66*

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

New York Senatorial Question. IRA HABBI8 _SOMIWATtS m CAUC08. A&BAnr, Feb. 2—Tbo Republican members of the Legislature held a caucus last night to nominate a candidate for United _gtatos Seuatar in place of Wm U- 8eward. 6b the tenth ballot, Ira Bar* ris was aominated 'The struggle was between Mr. Harris, Wm. H. Evarts, and Horace Greeley.

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

Vermont. _Nsw York, Feb. 3.—Governor Fairbanks arrived here to day*. He has appointed the _following com _missionerfr to the Washington Conference: Ex-Governor Hyland Hall, Lieut. Governor Underwood, Sen. H. Henry BaxterHon. L. E Chittenden, and the Hon. B. D. Harris. They left here this _evening for _Washington.

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

Massachusetts Legislature. _JJogTow, Feb 2.—Tbe _Honse went into secret session yesterday to oonsider a hill _sporoprUti_^g _SlO v_^ OOO to the emergency fund. . It is supposed that an important cetnmunication'has been re* oeived, aa the bill was passed under a _Bospeneion

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

From Salt Lake. Sf- LopiS, J_"eb, 3 -srlh_© Salt _take _aorgespond_* cnoe of the RepuBhean says that a memorial is abont to be presented to Congress for the admissiba of Utah into _UeUnion. This will _ke the last itnnesl on ihe r>_art of lha Mormons.

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

JToTAar.—•George C. Biehols, Efq., has bees ap- _t _peiated notary pnblio for the JS&ok of Phoenix- j vflle. Chester county. Governor Hicks is a source ot great uneasiness to the enterprising gentlemen of Maryland who are desirous of transferring that State to the embraces of the Disunionists. At a meeting held in Baltimore, on Friday evening, some very explosive epithets were uttered against Gc vernor Hicks, because be refused to yield to the demands of those who insist that he shall call a Convention of the people, which, up to this time, he has declined. Our friend, ex-Governor Lows, was among the most emphatic in denunciation of _Governor Hicks. We Pennsylvanians recol lect ex-Governor Jbows very weu, »uu vC_»j< kindly. He made certain speeches in favor of Mr. Bpchahah, in 1856, and, previous to the election, at a dinner given by the Democratie State Central Committee, took occasion to call us to account because we had not done enough to prevent Pennsylvan...

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

FINANCIAL AND COMMERCIAL The Money Market. Philadelphia, February 2,1861. The fanoy stocks were very feverish to-day, and holders submitted to a decline on nearly all the speculative shares sold City sixes were firm at lOli f«r the now issues, but the old issues fell off i-The other reliable loans are steady at previous quotations. The market closed heavy. Then is no change to report in the money market. First _olass paper is sought after, but that less faYoraWy known it is difficult to pell at any price. We alluded a few days since to the immense cost to the leading railroads of the system of agents for the _solioitation of _bnsinesa in the Western cities—directly, In the amount paid to the agents, and indirectly, in the sums lost by the cutting down of _jratas by these competing rivals. The _rabjeot ig eliciting attention in many quarters, an4 the news papers, of course, have their Bay upon it. The Chicago Times favora the substitution of salaries to the agents instead of ...

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

RETAIL DRY GOODS. i\iw_^p_^iNG_^L_^_AKSr _aa ¦*• _' Water-proof Dark Tweeds. Of new design and thin fabric. Light styles Regina Cloakin«s, Very thin for dress and mantle. French _Diagonal Dark Thibeta - . Light ttriped thin . do.' Just landed HHAttPLKI_»B BROTilKRS fel _CffEWTNOT and KIGHTH Streets. WINTER SHAWLS. Remainder of Winter Stock _Selling at very low _orioes. fel 8HARPLE8S BROTHERS. _WINTER DRESS GOODS. * _™ Remainder of Stook Soiling at greatly reduced prices. f«_l 8_HARPLESS BROTHKR-_?. NO PANIC ! ! ! There is no panic at the N.E. Corner EIGHTH and 8FJtINa GARDEN 8t» 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 and Stand _C overs. Power-Loom Table Linens, Best SnirtingLinens, Sheetingand Pillnw-Linens_, Damask Table-Linens. Crash. Diapers, Towels, fto ^*$%^* SHAWLS.AND SILKS, Fancy Dre8S Goods, P op_^&_^lc.. _^...

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

MISS LIZZIE POOLS AND „ ¦¦ MISS _HENRIETTA SHAW Have the pleasure of announcing to their many _frinds Mdtbe _niiWNe ^»l C6 _J_^R i ??a at CH_^io B rc G ««ui8p _#_^ OOMS * n On MONDAY EVENINGFebruary i1861, On w&iqh ocoason they will have the _assista>io« of SEVERAL WELL-KNOWN _AMATiiUaS. _, MR. . CHARLES H. JARVIS Will play two piano solos. N ?« 1. LI8ZT'« _SOnNaMBCJLA. _tw2< THAi.B«_- RG'S GOD SAVE THE QUEEN. Doors open at 7% o'clock. Concert to _comment at a. /IMBRIOAN ACADEMY OP MUSIO. ¦*»- MR. JOHNS. RAREY FIRST PRAOMCALLECTURE S U B J U G A T TS NTH O F H O R S E S, On -iSSSSStEVE _A ' _^BRUARY 6. Wmintroducehis11 ' RAREY And \_EhUH_^'iBB H0B r 8 ' ¦ CRUISER. " ta1fo ttffa _vm0u. h subfe 8 elB ni0f Tramlng 'in "» *»*«- ¦-,¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ '- _ ¦ PR1_CfciS OF ADMISSION: HfflBSkfPWl: _°i rol6 ' and Baioony... ..81. All the reatol the house BOota M&a i"mayr b _5 reserved for all three lectures. a iA-8 _* 10 of J'oiet? commences at tbe box office of _»he A...

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

AMERICAN HOTEL—Chestnnt street, above Fifth. L Stone, New Jersey J KayNew Jersey . ¦ J Penn J onesJPMlada D M Stevens, _Harnsburg H L _FttzBimons, Harrisb'g X P KleinhaugN Jersey n A Major Dr Thomas. West Chester W O Petherbridge. Md W Hands, Baltimore W P Lowry, B« mmore J W B ill. PhUada BF NewlinWilmington J M Smith. Delaware B Thomas. Delaware J Po't-r, Maryland , E Moore, New Jersey Dr D Thornley, Pittsburg T B Maoauley, Pittsburg J H Fanning. New York B R Snyder, New Vork EC Morris,N CaroLina . JONES' HOTEL—Chestnut street, above Sixth. J GorgasDelaware J Cpvell LongPhiiada N Stetson, Radnor. Pa R J Craig, Philadelphia K Packard, Philsdelphia David H Lane, J*hila 8 _ftencn, New York £ A Chapman, Coon David MoConkey, Ponn'a J C Kpenoer, Princeton HP- rrold. Maryland E R _Birdie. >ew York J W Van HookNew York J C Crash, New i_'ork W Tisdale, North Carolina Robt G Harper, Virginia J MoKenna, New Vork A Rex, Philadelphia A Clark k son. New York ST. LOUIS HOTEL—Chestnut ...

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

BOOK BUYERS.—Gentlemen: I have ,„ taken the Basement of the Philadelphia Bank, 419 CHESTNUT Streetwhere 1 will continue to buy and sell (as I have heretofore done at the Customhouse Avenue Book-stand) old and new Law and Misoellaneous-Bgoka. I have for sale upwards of 100 olt black-letter books printed prior to the year wn. Also, a copy of Erasmus on the New Testament, 2 vols.,i to, printed in IMS. Price 930. I will also deal in Kngravingi and Autographs. Persons at a distance wishing to sell Bookswill _desoribe their names, dates, s.zes, ' jindmgs, conditions, and prices. Pamphlet Laws oi Pennsylvaniaand old Books upon America wanted. »u«-8ro JOHN CAMPBELL. - _SAvmGij FiJNDS. .__.;.;_ww ~ 4 MEEIOAN SAViNG FUND, S. E. cor--t_*- ner _WALNUT and FOURTH Streetscontinues to receive deposits and pay all sums on demand as it has always done. ALEXANE&R WHILLDIN, „ President. Johs 8. Wilson, Treasurer. • ja29 iftf _SAVING FUND—FIVE PER CENT. INTEPE8T.—NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST OOMPa...

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