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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

NEW PUBLICATIONS BAN KING'S HALF-YEARLY ABSTRACTH ONs THK( _MKD,CA3 L8CIENCi!8. _^_tF_^If_^^AKIBTON , Publishers and Booksellers No. 33 South SIXTH St., above Chestnut. THE BRITISH AND * _FOREIGN MEDICO CHIRUBGICAL REVIEW. London edition, for January. 1TH1 KioNe 0ONn _WCROSCOPICAL JOURNAL, for Januar"- Terins _®5 perannum. _DtFTHERi - j Its Nature and Treatment; Beine the Fisk Fund f _riza Essay for .'860. By D. D. _Hlads. M. D. ALSO, GREENHOW ON _DIPTHERIA. In one volume, octavo. Pnoe SI.26 GROSS'S AM1-KIC*N 1WFD1CAL BIOGRAPHY. One volume, octavo. Price $3 60. MEDICAL BOOKS. A large assortment, including all the recent puDlioations. for sale at M'W vriocs. fes

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

T HE C1T Y . AMUSEMENTS THIS EVENING. Whia.tl.bt k Clakkb's Axch-stxbst Th*a.tr». Aroh xtreati above sixth.—** Louise do Ligneroller' ~" Soldier's Daughter." W iifUT-aTB-ititT Thxa.t&s, Walnntand Ninth st*.— 14 Mttoh Ado About Nohin*"—" My Atmt" Assembly Bcii/dings, Tenth and _Ohestnat streets.— Abel * Lej land's 8iereoprieon. _McDnnouoH'_s Olympic data Gaieties), Race street_, below Third — • Tlu _Ssven _fcistera.'* Commonwealth _Hix_.1,, Chestnut street—"The Tern »_le of _Woaders"—iig&ar Blitx. - Umisii States BoiLBiNes, Chestnut street, below P»fth,—Van Am burgh & Co,*B Menagerie. _Sarfobd'_s Ofsra _aouss. Eleventh_, _itrset, shove _Oneatnut.—Concert _niehtlr.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

_CAVINGr _'_^ _FffiD_^NITiD^^TATIS _^ T RUST COMPANY, oornef THIRD and CHESTNUT 8treets. . lNTERKBi1 FIVE PFRC'NT. 8. R.CR aWFORD. President. J»ME8 R. HUNTERSecretary and Treasurer. Offioe hours, from 10 until 3 o'clock. This Company is not joined in any application to the Legislature. feS AMBKIOAN 8ATiNGr FUND, 8.1. cor ner WALNUT and FOURTH Streetscontinues to receive _deposits and par ill _soifis on demand as it has always done. ALEXANE&R WHILL DIN, , ' .. ¦ : ¦ ¦¦ „ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ President. John 8. Wii.soji, Treasurer. ja29 ittf _.__ EI>1 j CATIONa:l

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

I _PRIVATE SALE.-xA Valuable Drug an4 Dru_^I_^_wirs_^re _Saf_^ _hvSaI and now owned by the _sabsonber, is offered nt ^?vtVe_%a1e n°_Thr»M«fallowed _leleoted,and %hh eVSLV1. re_^_rtsfmHSIo Mtt8h. ftrnffwif _^Bt0 W ' MICHAEL MALOWE. UTTLE-FISH BQN1—Foraal_»b " y

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

AT D1AN & CO.'S, 335 CHESTNUT Street, _Philadelphia _^ Pa. At DKAN k. CO.'S, SO _Weat FOURTH Street_^Cin-01 At DEAN & ' CO.J S, 148 DEARBORN Street, Chicago, AtDEAN k CQ.'8, Detroit, Michigan, ' y At DEAN & CO.'a, »1* MAIN Street, Buffalo, New a\ DEAN k CO.'S, 8 _ARCADEi Rochester, New AtDEA**. & CO.'S, next post office, Harrisburg, _^ aTdeTn& _' CO.'S, 335 CHESTNUT Street, PhiladelpWa _' Penn8ylTa _^y CAN BVY

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

RETAIL DRY GOODS I. .WJUJj _OPJJN ON SIXTH DAY, the 8th inctant. the followioe _^oods, _purohaaed from the stock of a large house which _t _j _as beea on_'ortunate ; One lot ot ladies' Gloves, M_^. worth li_%_. One lot of ladies' Gloves, 18%, worth 2fi. One lot of gents' Gloves, Kk, worth V_>. <»ns lot of gents' Glows, 18S£. worth S7_«. Five lots of Ivies' made Hose, _HXi worth 29. Five lots, of Suspenders at 75a. worth St.. Five lots of _sents* L. O. Handkerchiefs aiall pfid0s. Several lots ot" Hair Brashes, and many other kinds of poods at great sacrifice. An early examination will profit any one at JOHN It. _ftTOKBS' fe7-tf T08 ARCH Street

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

BOARDING. B OARDING —A. most desirable Third* •toryfrontroomwith first-olass board,at 1SI« WAL_^ t'T Street. _Rftlereh_66eex(ShaDged. _BgajdhmwMt* •¦' ¦ -_ . . c/QO SANSOM STBlfiT.r-yir»t_<_lMS I OO B0ARW«« _( _flQBtril _lOOltlWU W"_lff_»W-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

^^^^^^^^¦¦¦¦llliaSaSSMSBM'BSB'SSSSMSHHBP'B'SMBBBSSHBBBl ¦ • ¦ _. ; _ _ MEDICINAX. ;: _ :;--_^^. COMBTHi_^_Q More yalvabi_^ _toan SIIiVER OR GOLD, BXC/LTTSE IT WILL RESTORE THE WEAK; REINSTATE THE BLOOD IN ALL its ORIGINAL PURITY AND VIGOR, IT IS PROF. O. J. WOOD'S RESTORATIVE CORDIAL AND BLOOD RENOVATOR. It is precisely what its name _indiontes, for while plessant to the taste it! s revivifying, exhilarating and strengthening to the vital powers. It also revivifies, reinstates, and renews the blood in all its _oriiinal purity, and thus restores and renders the system invulnerable to attacks of disease. It is the only preparation ever offered to the world in a popular form so as to be within the reach of all. . .. 1So chemically and siilfollf combined m to be _«he most powerful tonic and yet so perfectly adapted to a» to act invtrftct accordance with th* laws of Natwu, and hence soothe the weakest stomach and tone np the irrita digestive organs, and all ay all nervous and other...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

THE REVOLUTION IN THE SOUTH General Newspaper Intelligence. OAPTAIH IHGBAHAM. The Charleston _Mtrtoury thus compliments Captain Ingrahara for his course In resigning from the B Tftrioew»ra welcome to this 8?»f.* *?° _*f BoothCarolina! As soon a* he beard °,f iMon h_« beprased» «»*rt in **_5 «WMiMtoMi and d - _iwtLTmr military and naval affairs. His 33_£ StaiZwi Jrtmu i_= *• _Hf kn»«> »t Washington, more than even bit fight inc dualities, will make Mm a great acquisition to oar cause Not will the moral effect of _nis present attitude be insignificant. . . , . . . ¦ We learn that after his _arrival In the atmosphere of the Federal Capital, great efforts were made by Southern Senators_^ politicians of reoonsti notion, and by brother officers woo an prudent in husbanding their incomes and their prospects of promotion, to lestrain Mm from doing what he has dons in the cause of _Sonthern Independence. The more honor to him. We will utter no wora of reproach to them Bat poss...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

Arrival ot the Families of the Fort Snmpter Defenders at New York. [ From the New York Times of yesterday.] The tending away of the familes of the officers and men at Fort Sumpterin anticipation ot a possible attack, was announced by telegraph several days tinee. Yesterday the steamer _itfbroora arrived from Charleston, having among her passengers these persons, fifty-six in all, twenty-five of them being children They were embarked by order of Major Anderson, for the double purpose of relieving the garrison and placing them ont of danger in case an attack should be made. They all appeared in good health, and gave no indications of Having Buffered by their cut weeks' residence at the fort. They were all respectably and cemfortably clad, and appear to have been welt prepared for coming from a comparatively mild to s cold climate in mid winter. With few exceptions they appeared in good spirits, and soma of them even in cheerful humor, ant were not at all isolined to put a bad face...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

JStJBesHUMB PHILADELPHIA _JBeSkSsESBs AND READING RAILROAD.-PASSjiNGER TRAINS for FO_1TSV1LLE, RKADING, and HARRISBURG, on and after Nov. Sth, ISfiO. ¦ .- ., ¦ . ... . . ., -. • ¦ •... .¦¦' .-¦ _MORIJING LINESDAILY(Sundays exoepted.) _|^aTO» «w _^_Mt.oarnfr jtfBROAD and CALLOWfiILL. BtreetsjPHILADELPHIA.(Passenger._entranoee ob Thirteenth and oa CaUowhill atr«et_«J at _fl A. M.. oonnectinf atHanisburg with the _PEAjNflYLVANlX HAll/Rl/AD, 1 P. M. tram running to _Pittabnnc: the CUMBERLAND VALLEY 148 P. M. _traiBTunninr to CBn TRAL RAILROAD 1 P. M. train, running to Sun-. " _' _- ¦ _^ ' " ¦ ¦ ¦•iAPTBHWOOHIiIMBS. Leave New Depot, oorner. of BROAD and CALLOWHILL 8treets, PHILADELPHIA ,* Passenger _entrancea on Thirteenth and on Callowhill streets,} for POTT8-VILLE and B_^B_^ffiBmG.atS_^_TlElKafLY, fSr READING only, at 4J0P.M., DAILY, (Bandars ercepted.) : DISTANCES VIA PHIL ADELPHlA AND READING Faoait FBii.Avxx.rHiA. Miles, ' . . Reading~_ZIH*I~ 88 Philadelphia and Reading i!0 *?!?*——...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

ARRIVED. „_ Steamship Delaware. Cannon, 24 hours from N York, with mdae and _najgenicera toJaaAHderdioe. Bark RowenaWitaon, from Porto Catjauo 21st nit. with coffeehides. &o to . Dallett Bros. Left bark Jos Maxwellhenoe. discharging. Passed jn the_;bay. below Delaware C»tjrt"hipJohn TrnolwfronvjUverpoolj bark Annie _Kimbill. from do; and bark Washington _^Ws_^s& i_^_taBon , 6 day. from Boston, _eoor Ceres. Wool _>ton. S days from Newport, Del, W_iw ° _Luw?_fwisdM, I day from Brandywine, Pel, vith flour to R M Lea. CLEARED. Sohr W G Bartlett, Connelly, Trinidad de Cuba, B _^J_^ni_^ Denni.. _^t,more,AGrove..Jr. BAILED. . -. ¦- .-The ship Ann E Hooper. Hooper, for Liverpoolleft Lombard street wharf . at 10 A_t fti yesterdayin tow of tags J F Star an* _Startfcht. Sba carries oat the followin| _oargo. viz; 76SU bbls flour. 9674 bae« wheat. 100 hhds tallow, 627 _boxas cheese, 9 bbU do, and 258 bags olover-Ship Frank Boult, Morse, sailed at _SH o'clock yesterday ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

wj_^_wmmY_^_muTlj ifi t» * ¦ eal i ¦¦ . ' JUU1EOA». .. • 00 MILES DOUBLE YJLAC? 1860. - _Kmmmm in;* ;. »HE CAPAOITYOF THIS ROAD IS NOW t_^UA_* .«JHyg|_@ 1SR OU8H PA_^EN&ER TRAINS BETWEEN PHILADELPttiA AND _FITTOBUK6-Gonneptinc _dirmit at _VhiUdeVph>a with _Throuxh Tr»if< from. Boston, New York, and _jUI points feast, aa_<_5:»tie ¥mon Depot at _Pittaburg with Through Tnuns !o »^ from all points in the West, Northwest, and SootJsv«i< _~_4hus furnishing facilities for the _transportation _® Passengers ansurpiwsed for speed and comfort bjt- if •ttwrronte. - _Exprasa and Fast lines _rca tktovk te rittstwiwithout change of Can or Conductors. Allthrouihfwsenger Trains provided with Loughridge's _Tatfti Brake—speed under perfect oontrol of the enns«n< thus adding . much to the f afety of travellers, _HmokingX?ani are attached to each Train: Wooiw ¦ KXPR£8B ~ RUNB DAILY: Mail aadFastMnei.B«_- days exoepted. Mfl_^L Train leaves Philadelphia at 8.00...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

_SHIPPING _4_*S*k> FOB THIS _SOUTH.-OHARL_^- _^_PTO _^^HlA _lMrti_^ AM8HIP8 - Heavy freight at an average of _wirtmn per o«at. ^¦^_%BlM».e4. vn The U. S. MftiI steamship STATE of GEORGIA, Captain John J. Garvlo. will sail for Savannah on Saturday, February 16, at 10 o'clock A.M. __ __ TneU._«rMail _Steaniship KEYSTONB 8TATFCapt. Marshman, wi 1 sail for Savannah on Saturday, Febman _S_.atlOo 'doU _^_Jt_^_g^^._^ On goods for _Charleston, a deduction of 2$ 3wre*_nt. from the _Ifflight oharge to /avannah. Railroad Agent at Savannah will promptly forward all goods consigned to his o&re* 19" Goods received" and Bill* of Lading «ign«_l _ererj The splende'* first-olass side whetf! _gteamahipt K£YSTONe I"aTE and STATE OF GB<»ll6IAnow mi aa above every two weekstttus forming 8 weekly commnaioation with Charleston and SavanoM_, _axd tfis South and Southwest. . __t At both Charleston and Savannah, these Bern codneet with _neamon for Floridaand with railroad*, •». for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

_«. -i>»-0m _dtorV SALE13th FEBRUARY-4 _>jn. _m _I11 ISboi1kuk mikw» company! ¦ Qiiaivou *. _y Tuesday. _^i»*.»» is at 13 o'clock noon, «t the Phil8d e!c s.;. _WOtBMGsz January and Julyt ¦¦- - g _^o¥TAGE RESIDENCE, with Stab'e sad C& »ej) ffrase, Mo.,i ererington avenue;. Twenty, first wi» M, _t awRoaDoroagh. LotSObylfO fejt. Ttehonie _£_,£ ®»s ton rooms. Also. oarria_?e( hous8 a»d other ni _ii«l*rv out-MfiMfn*s. Termshalf cash. 0 FB_^EMPTORy lALB-Three.story brick"4wellt,l_# h_% _t£_t ~ J«ffer«on_»traet. Sale absolute. "«' SALBS BY AUCTION_^ M THOMAS & SONS, ^~~ I6FHandbUlsSr •aoB. _propeny is«_ged _^ -epanrtelV* fa _addition " mrwhwb tr_« publish, on the Saturday _ireviea, _g_^_he_^n_^-d_^ LB . sr We have a large amount of real estate at _jrivau Mia including every description of pity and _oountrr Srwtlioh one thousand _oopie* are pnnted Ww |^j free of charge. EXECUTORS' 8*LE-FBBRUARY tg. _51eventh and _Twefftli sreets68feetinoht»frn _^ttt m ' f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

By the use of these Pills the periodical attaoks of Nervous or Sick _Headnrhe may he prevented; and if taken at the commencement of an attack immediate relief from pain and sicknew w_«ll be obtained. They seldom fail in removing the Nausea, and H*md etche to which females are so subject. They act _gentlv on the bowels, removing _Costiveness Eos _Littrary Men, Students, Delicate Females, and all persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a LaxaHvt, improving the appetite, giving tone sad vigor to the digestive organs, and _restoring the natural elasticity and strength to the wnole system. The CEPHALIC PILLS are the remit of long investi gation and oarefully conducted experiments, having been in use many years, during which time they haw prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering from Headache, whether originating in the nervous system or from a deranged state of tho stomach. ' '. ' ¦ ..., ¦ ." •' . ¦ : CEPHALIC FILLS, CURE SIOK HEADACHE! CEPHALIC PILLS. CUR...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

Edward Everett on the Crisis. Edward Everett recently wrote the following letter to Boston: _Washisotoh, February 2,1861. My _Dkar Bib : I much regret that it is not in my power to be present at the meeting to be held in laneuil Hall next Tuesday. I have yieldedat the sacrifice of personal convenience, to the advice and request that X would prolong my stay at Washington, with a view to conference with members of Congress and other persons from various parts of the Unionwho are uniting their counsels and efforts for its preservation. The Crisis U one of greater danger and Importance than has ever before existed. Six States have declared their separation from the Union, and the withdrawal of the seventh is a probable event. The course of the remaining Southern States will be decided la a few days. They are under opposing _influanoes. A strong conservative sentiment binds them to the Union; a natural sympathy with tae seceding States draws them in an opposite direction. If they adh...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

A Real Blessing. Physician. —Well, Mrs. Jones, how is that headache i Mrs Jones.—Gone! Doctor, all gone! the pill yon sent cured me in just twer.ty minutes, and I wish you would ¦end me more, so that I can have them handy. Physician.—Yon can get them at any •Druggist's.. Cal for Cephalio Pills. I find they never fail, and I recommend them in all oases of Headache. Mrs. Jones.—I shall send for a box direotly_, and'snall tell all my suffering friends, for they are a real iiwwmr_. Wvntirt MiLLio«a or Dou-ass _sAvss.~-Mr. Spaldlnt has sold two millions of bottles of bis celebrated Prepared Glue, and it if.MtU&ftted that each bottle saves, at least ten dollars'worth of brokenifurnituTp thus making an aggregate of twenty millions of dollars reclaimed from-total loss br this valuable invention Having made his Glue a- household word, he now proposes to do the world still greater service by curing all the aching heads with his Cephalic Fills, and if they are as goodae his Glue, H...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 8 February 1861

The Will of the l_>ate King of Prussia _Chablottenbttrg, the day of the Trans- ) figuration of our Lord Jesus Christ, > August 6,1854. ) HOW I WISH TO BK IHTEBRID. If God the Lord decree that I terminate my terrestrial career peaceably in my country, and if, which I fervently entreat of Him on my knees, my tender and beloved _Elise shall survive me, this paper is to be delivered to her immediately after my death. Whatever she shall change shall be executed as if that were written here; her order shall be mine. Moreover, I wish one day to repoBe by her side, in the same tomb, as near to her as possible. As soon as my decease shall have been certified by the physicians, I wish my body to be washed and opened. My heart, deposited in a large heart formed of granite from the country of Marehe, and placed at the entrance of the vault in the mausoeum of Charlottenburg, (and consequently at the feet of my royal parents,} shall be enclosed in the ground and covered by it. M...

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