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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

One Pbicb Clothing of thr Latest Styles, made in the best manner, expressly for JUSTAIL SALES. LOWEST selling prices marked in Plain Figures. All goods made to order warranted satisfactory. Our ONK-PRICE system is strictly adhered to. All are thereby treated alike. . _se23-iy JOME8 4; CO.» 604 MARKET Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

WANTS TO"ANTED.—A young lady, who has * " had some experience in teachingwishes an engagement for the coming rammer, as Teacher of the _English, branches. Address '• Joanna S. WackPort Clinton. Pa." fe87t*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

THE PULPIT Missionary Sermon by the Rev. Bishop Scott, ». » , ot the Methodist JBp.scopal Church. The annual Missionary Day of _tna Twelfthstreet Methodist Bpisoopal Church, corner of Twelfth andOg ion streets, was observed in _«i« _ediBoe on last _Ponday, morning and evening,, tne _sormon In the morning having been preao&ea By theBev BishopScott, B D-. one * _^_"* «J; nent divines in his denomination . W_« have rarely heard so clear and forcible an elaoidation of the Bsripture argument in ft* _jj _TT *!» * "* oontained in the discourse , of which the following is a synopsis. The Bish'P delivered his sermon entirely without notes, in a deliberate, argumentative stylo, that carried his hearers with him, step by step, from its _ino analytical opening, to the sttb!im« climax with which he closed. The ohnrch was crowded to overflowing. His discourse was fonnded upon the words con _tained in Matt, ix,37. 38, to wit: "The harvest truly is plenteous, bnt the laborers are few ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

GENERaLNEWs/ _International Eowis g Match.—-The international scullers match between Joshua Ward_, of Newburgh, and Robert Chambers, the English champion, has at length been definitely arranged, and is certain to come off, nothing remaining but the formal signing of the articles, which have already been prepared. The only _difficulty has been as to the amount of the stakes; Mr Ward having desired that the amount should be $2,000 a side, to which Mr. Chambers now promptly consents. The conditions are very simple: The race is to be rowed on the Hudson, with the tide; tlje course to be five miles long; the rules of the London Boating Clubs to be observed; Mr. _Chambers is to be allowed $500 for his expenses in coming over. It is almost certain that, within a few days, the representatives of the men will sign the articles, and the money will be deposited in the hands of the stakeholder. Mr. Chambers will arrive here, with his trainer, Harry Clasper, late in February, and his train...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

*tA ll-itOAiJ i. >•«*.£• TUB PE»NSYLVAJNLA U 8 _N ' BAl KAIU10A_9 ¦ SO BOLES DOUBLE _TJUCi.. 1860. Mmwmm -l_^ti. THREE THROUGH PASSENGER TRAl»l! BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA AND PITTfiUl'WGonneoting direct at Philadelphia with Through li& from Boston, New York, and all points taet, ard \s _v Vmon Depot at Pittsburg with Through Trains in -ifrom all points in the West, Northwest, and South?!'! —thus furnuhing facilities for the transportation •¦ Passengers _unsurp&saed for speed and oomfcrt br _"' other route. Express and Fait lanes ru _tkroHga to i*:t«:«ri. without change of Cars or Conduetora. All _throucb m ranger Trains provided with _Lontrhridge'_i K_*u: Brake—speed under perfect oontrol of the eni'"' _. _^ thus adding muoh to the safety of travellers. Smpkangpars are attached to each Train: _WootfrM geepinjt Can_^ to _Sxpresa and Fa« Traiiw- .T:< SXFRESS RUNS DAILY_: Mail and Pe*t Linn, fl»v iayi exoepted. Mml Tnun ¦¦ . _* ¦¦ ~_Phi1_ai)»lTihia ».? am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

ARRIVED. - .,. . 8chr Olivia. Fox, 1 day from Odessa, Del, with gram to Christian & Curran, _ CLEARED. Steamship Keystone State, Marshman, Savannah, A " _¦S* ¦ iSex JdoNeill,Somera,New Orleans,D8 Btet-*°Bohr Kllza _Wil ianw, Taylor, Mayaguez, John Mason &, Go ' "' ' ' * Bohr Maria K Wood, Baker, MobisApron, Jr& Go _tfehr Aeolph Hugel, Mason, Savannah, i) 8 Stetson _gen ' r David Faust, Moslander. Wilmington, _NC D S Sl _iota D 8arah ° A Hammond, Paine, Boston, Twells & Co. MFMOBANJJA. " . Ship Golden Light, _Vaugaan, nenoe 23d Deo, at Li-T _^b!hp > JNonp" ' eilGreen, from San Franciaoo, arrived at Falmouth 32d nit. * -:' _±i-Ship Southern _tfellei BensoD, for London, sailed from _^wp_^ona ' on of the Sea, Gardiner, for Liverpool, "SxSu_^_JSeifj_^_ea, from Charleston, arrived at Liveroool 23dnit. _. ' ¦¦ . „„, .. r _„ Ship Calliope, Goodwin, at Liverpool 22d ult. from N O 8hf» 8 A_»trea,Niok«la,from Mauritius, was off iiiver-P< 8_hipf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

fSiEMJgfHILADILPHlA _W_^^W-<_na»^^a» AND READING RAILREADING, an_^ HARRISBURG, on and after Mov _* . 6th, 1860. . ¦ --._— - ¦ -. ' ¦ -- " MORNINGXINEB, DAILY,(Sundaysexoepted.) Leave New Depotoorner of BROAD and CALLOWHILL . 8treets,PaiLADELPHIA,(Pa8sengerentran«_iei on Thirteenth and on _CaJlowhill streets,) at 8 A. M.. oonneoting at HarnBbnrg _ with the PENNSYLVaNI A _Cha_^ijbnrg. Garlisle. &o??and the WORTH _bUS _CENTRAL RAILROAD l P. M. tram! running to Sun* bury, &o_. AFTERNOON LINES. Leave New Depot, oorner of BROAD and CALLOWHILL Streets, PHILADELPHIA,{Passenger _entranoes on Thirteenth and on CallowhiU streets, 1 for POTTSVILLE and HARRISBURG, at3^|P. M _; DAILY, for READING only, at 4.30 P. M., D_^Y7( 8_unaayi _«- DSTANCE8 VIA PHILADELPHU AND READING ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ „ ¦'v ; . RAILROAD _Fkom _Philabblphia. Miles, ToPh<Bnixville__..,^_ 38) Reading—..—^..— 68 Philadelphia and Readinr Lebanon 86 (and Lebanon Valley Rm, Harnsbtirg— 112 J Dauphin -.. .12...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

Liability of Postmasters. [From Holbrook's United States Mail.] It is a very serious question how far a postmaster is to be held responsible, in oases of. pecuniary loss resulting from a failure to do his whole duty in respeot to the custody of letters passing throneh his hands. When it is clearly shown that suoh loss has baen _tha result of his own gross carelessness, or that of his subordinates, or the general bad management of his office, it would seem no more than just that suoh liability should ft How. At least, such has been the opinions of courts and juries in some oases whore this question of responsibility has been brought before them The case of Christy v§ Smith, Postmaster at Waterbury, Vermont, which may be found in " Vermont should Reports," volume 8, page 663, serve as a warning to postmasters who are prone to inefficiency and loose management in the _aisooarge of their duties. • . _ . A letter containing a considerable amount of money was mailed at Salisbury, Vt.,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

Arrest of an Alleged Wife Murderer in _JLaucaster. IFrom the Lancaster _Express of Feb. 8j Sheriff _Betij*min Jf. Millerof Perry county, yesterday arrested a man named Wm. Weaver, residing near Christiana, on a charge of murder, the particulars of which are substantially these : Weaver resided in Bloomfield, Perry county, in December last, with a wife and five children, the eldest a daughter, now seventeen years of age. and the youngest an infant at the breast. On the 24th of December his wife died suddenly, her existence being terminated with convulsions. She was buried the next day, and on the 28ththree days after the funeral, Weaver removed from the place. A girl, whose name our informant has forgottendisappeared about the same time, and suspicion of some foul ptcy was first excited by the recollection of a remark made by this girl, two days before Mrs. Weaver's death, to the effeot that she was then <¦ very low," although when tbe remark was made she had not been take...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

SALES BY AUCTION_^ M THOMAS & SONS, • Nos. 13_« and 141 South FOURTH Ri (Formerly Nos. 87 and 69J Blre _f 8TOCK8 AND REAL ESTATE- TUESDAY _\i Pamphlet catalogues now read j, _oontajat _iu _tv Ml seriptions _offall the _propertr to b« mid on Tnisd_. ","«• inst., with a list of sales of 19th and !5th |2!T " 'to oompnsing a great variety of valuable real eit * _^ tt&_»i , S'_^_OOKB AND REAL i\ita/p k 8ALB8 AT THE 1X0HAMSE EVERY TUHoh W_~ Handbills of each property _wsned 8eDaS*7 addition to which we publisn, on the Saturday *,% k tsA_^sm_^^ _^s_^S'^^i »idC fBOTTWWE _SALH _^ _nr We h*ve a large amount of real estate at_« mIa _inoluding every description of cut an* priv _au W _f Real estate entered on our private sale re_*i,. and advertised occMionally in our public _sale ahs S ar _«. " of which one thousand oopies are printed *._%?' * free of charge. e **'»,i Efffi_^fo?'n_^_afn|io ?_ir^^^ _VSSSTJSSS_^S SS_^S_^ of«* «*. Administrators' Sale.—60 shares Girard Pire ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

f\&K ORCHAKD ACID SPRINGS. _^- _^ These Springs are _situated in the valley of the Oak Orchard Creek, in _thb town of Alabama, _Gencse* co., N. y., eight miles south of the village of Medina, on the Erie Canal, and fourteen miles from Batavia. ¦ •y The principal Acid Springs are three in number j besides these there are six others. They are all located within a circuit of about fifty rods. _. The medicinal qualities of the waters are fully shown in the subjoined testimonials. They contain a very large amount of Sulpkvr, Sulphuric Acid, Sulphate of Lime, and Proto-Sulphate of Iron. The great medicinal virtues possessed by these waters depend very largely npon the presence, in such unusual quantities, of these curative _substanoes. Hundreds of cases of disease, especially those resulting from the sorofulous diathesis, have been cured by their use. 1_BT In skin diseases—even in confirmed Uprosv—the waters have been signally successful. Opinions of medical and scientific gentl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

DE LAWAR1 MUTUAL SAF1TY INSURANCE COMPANY, PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, 18S8. Office 8. E. oorner of THIRD and WALNUT streets, PHILADELPHIA. MARINE INSURANCE, Carlo^* [to all parti of the World. • *¦ _»«_"• lliLAND _INSUPASFOES _ On Goods by Rivers. Canals. Lakes, and Land Carnages to all parts of the Union, ¦ FIRE _INSURANCES On Merchandise generally. On Stores, Dwelling Houses, &o. ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, November 1,1860. m-» f 100,000 United States five & oent.lpan—..$1_»,,H» M 1U_.O0O United States six W cent. Treasury _ - 9 Notes, (with acorned interest) 118,485 St IM,0W FflBBBylvaaia State _ft vg y oon _^_£ M J1_.O00 ' _aoT* do. six do. do. ' ' ||<ftgOD 12S 080 Philadelphia City sixig- cent. Loan. 1|S_^ 37 80.000 Tennessee State five # cent. loan- «,000 00 80,000 Pennsylvania Railroad 2d mortgage : , ¦ six w oent. bonds _;- _-_-— »•«« °0 18,000 300 shares, stock Germantown Gas Company, interest and principal guaranteed ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

A Real Blessing. Physician.—Well, Mrs. Jones, how is that headache i Mrs Jones.—Gone! Doctor, all gone! the pill you sent cured me in just twei.ty minutes, and I wish you would send me more, so that I oan have them handy. Physician.—You can get them at any'Druggist's. Cal for _Cephalic Pills. I find they never fail, and I reoommend them m all oases of Beadaohe_. Mrs. Jones.—I shall send for a box directly, and.Shall toll all my suffering friends, for they are a rial hits tint. _VamitiY. _Millionb or Doucaks _bavbu.—Mr. Spaldlnghaa sold two millions of bottles of his celebrated Prepared Glue, and it is estimated that each bottle saves at least ten dollars' worth of _brokeiufurniture, thus making an aggregate of twenty millions of dollars reclaimed from total loss *bv this valuable invention Having made his Glue a household wqrd, he now proposes to do the world still greater service by curing all the aching beads with his Cephalio Pills, and if they are as good as his Glue, Headac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

_^ _^ ^^^?^'._^^ -_^^.nu _^- ,_o - "* 0Y_8_PJEPBIA REMEDY. fl» n/LRTITN HAM'R . AROMATIC INVIGORATING SPIRIT. _T*t* Medici** has btm *s*d by the public for six ytan iHthinertasing favor, Itisrtcommmdtdto_Cur* DysptpBiaIfervousntss, Heart-Burn, Colu Pains, windinth* Stomach, or Patns tn tk* Bowels, Headaeht, Drowsiness, Kidnty Complaints, Low Spirits, D$Hrivm Trtmens, Inumperanet. It _SlIMTJLATXS, _BXHILARATBS, INVISOKA.TB8, B*« WILL KOT IMTOXICATB OB 8_TWFSFT. Asa Medicine it is quick and effectual, curing the most _aggravated cases of DyspepsiaKidney Complaints and another _derangementa of the Stomach and Bowels in a speed j manner_. It will instantly revive the most molanoholy and drooping spirits, ami restore the weak, nervous, and ¦iokly to health, strength, and vigor. Persons who, fron the injudicious use of liquorshave become dejectedand their nervous systems shattered constitutions broken down, and subject to that horrible curse to humanity, the Delibitjm Xrbmbns, will,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

INSURANCE _COMPANIES fjiHE ~^NTES_^SE INSUBANOJE COMPA _Q OF PHHiADELPHA. (FDIB INSURANCE _EXCLUSIVELY.) _^ COmANTS SirLDm&, S.mCOR_^BK WQURTHAND WALNUT _STRMAIQ' D1RJKOTO BS: F. Batchfobd Sxabb, _f_^_Ttlv_^r^' WimuhMcKki, fn E _«H Irowb, Nalbko Fbazibe, _{P_^11 #;hns8TOCE, & _f _tSSk ', _feBaIwH D?CA ° sH *' HBHBT _WHABTOS, ATcHp( Jfej ,. ||B1«|f p _' re8ld ej fc CHARLES W. COXE. Secretary. , i°i_£ FAm _INSTOANOE COMPANY The following statement of the _^aMB INSUtt_/._NCH COMPANY,o_< their oonMtiomon the 3_la t,dayoill_»e oember7l8a0. is published in aooordanoe with act of As"_^APiVal, authorized and _rataortiwa......*wo_<ON oo Amouat paid in Jggffl_, Bonds and Mortgages.. -— . «_M m m Philada. city 6 per cents, eost . 8.1W 00 DemaBdLo_.ns onoolbteral . |_g|g9 Bills receivable..—--_^ | . »> »* Balances dueV _' beinK premiums earned on open _pohoies and from agent*.-— ——• — • _H& Interest due ~— • —— JfflS Installments on stocktaot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

WINTER ARRaNGK.V1BNT.-NEW YORK _LfiVfcS THR _OAMMEN ANT) AMBOY AMD PHILA DELFHIA AND TlENTOKjJIAIUlOAD |a»8 YORK AND WAY PLACES, .._'¦ . ¦ : ¦ - ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ;•¦ '... ¦:¦" ¦' FAKE. At 8 A. M., via Camden and Amboy, C.and A. Acoommodatiqn _^.. , ~~~-: .., _ ..........52 *> At 6 A. M.via Camden and Jersey City, (M- J.) Accommodation.--—..—--.-—«..-_—.......,— 3 26 At 8 A. M.via Camden and Jersey City, Morning Mail -1— ¦ ........__- .~_ 5 00 At llji A. M., via Kensington and Jersey City, Western Express..—...........—.—.... a 00 At 13M P. M., via Camden and Amboy Accommodation — ¦ , ¦ - . ,'-"."-: -._« 2 38 At S P. M., via Camden and Amboy, C. and A. Ex-HTdMI ¦* « • • i • * ¦ «¦¦* * i«_i »_'_» i -¦ ¦!¦» ¦ s ii i ¦ _i • • * * 3 00 At iH P. M * , via Kensington and Jersey City, Evening Express—— _ ... .—-. ——. . — -. S 00 At m P. M._» via Kensington and Jeraey Cttj, Jd - Class Ticket—»•.••.•—^»~ «•»»•,..., , ..',', . • . .,. - 2 88 At 6 P.M., via Camden and Jersey City, Evening ¦ Mail...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

Elopement in _rittsbnrg. _DISAPPEAR4BCB OP A _FASCINATHm WIDOW. It was currently reported on the streets yesterday, that a well-known physician, of the " infinitesimal" school, residing in a fashionable part of the city, had abandoned his practice and family, and eloped with the widow of _adeoeased banker. The parties have both been absent from the city for some time, and the latest rumor is that they went away together, and after spending a few days in the east, took passage on a steamer for Europe. Tbe lady was well known in certain circles, and for several years sustained the relation of "mistress" merely to one of our leading brokers. Those infirmities which are the inevitable result of " fast living" gradually began to develop themselves, and preferring the attentions of a wife rather than a mistress, he married his partner, and at his death left her in possession of a snug little fortune. She lived in good style, and continued to keep house and maintain a quasi respectable p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

SHIFFIN* _^£_ 3* FOE THE SOUTH.--CHARLES. SSsfflS_* TON AND SAVANNAH STEAMSHIP? _. . , . ¦ . ¦ _- .>..: FREIGHT REDUCED. Heavy freight at an average of vittbbk per cent below flew York Steamship rates. ' 001 FOE&AVAWNAW. GA. The U.S. Mail steamship STATK of _GEORfiii Captain J _*-hn J. Garvia. will sail for _Savanna on Saturday, February 16. at 10 o'clook A. m. The V. 8. Mail Kto_^mshtp REYSTON B STATF, _Cay _Marshman. wi-1 eai! for Savannah on Saturday, _Ftfej. an 9. at 10 o'clock A- M. ar, v_,_»w poR OHARL_:STON. R C. On goods for Charleston! a deduction of _zs pf _rcc_; from tn_« freight charge to _Savannah. Railroad A_£_«_, at Savannah will promptly forward all goods _cfesignei to his oare. < ST" Goods received and Bills of Lading signed t?jrj day. '1 ¦ ¦:¦¦¦*¦ . _. - . ¦ Theiplende'' first-claesmde wheel Steamships KfcTSTONE S SATEand STATE OF GEORGIAno»ra: aa above every two weeks, thus forming a week!? cccmnnioation with Charleston and Savannah, an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

By the use of these Fills the periodical attacks ot Nervous or Sick _Headache max "be prevented * ; at the _oomirenoement of an attack immediate relief from pain and sickness W'll be obtained. They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and Htadache to whioh females are so _subleot. 'The; act gently on the bowels, removing Costivtntss For Literary Men, Students, _Delioate Females, and all persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable aa a Laxative, improving the appetite, giving tone and vigor to the digestive organs, and restoring the natural elasticity and strength to the whole system. ¦ The _CEPHALIC _PILLB are the result of long investigation and carefully conducted experiments, having been in use many rears,'during which time they have prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering from Headache, whether originating in the nervous system or from a deranged state of the stomach. : They are entirely vegetable in their composition, aad maybe taken at all times with pe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 9 February 1861

IN SHEANOB COMP ANY OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA-FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE - Nos. 4 AND 8 EXCHANGE BUILDINGS. Chartered in 1794-Capital 9*» ,000-Feb. 1,1880, cash value, «488«» 17. All invested in sound and available aeonnties—pontinme to insure on Vessels and CargoesBuildings, Stocks of Merchandise, &Om on liberal terms. «• •' ¦ -; _«: _- -l JJIKECTORS. ¦ _ot _- ¦ Henry D. Sherrerd, George H. Stuart, Simeon Toby. _famnel Grant, Jr., Charles Macaloster, Tobias Wagner William S. Smith, * Thomas B. Wattson, JohnB. Bndd Henry G. Freeman, William R. White, Charles 8. Lewis, George C. Carson. HENRY D. 8HERRERD, President, WILLIAM HARPER. _Seoretarr. je>9-«t EXCHANGE INSURANCE COMPANY -Office No. 409 WALNUT Street. FIRE IttSURANCK on Houses and _Mershandise generally, on favorable terms, either limited or perpetual, • ¦•--. _- , ¦¦ ¦¦ _. ¦:,- ¦ DIREOTORSs w . ¦ Jeremiah Bonsai!, Thomas Marsh, John Q.. _Ginnodn, Charles Thompson, Edward D. Roberts, James T. Hale, Samuel ...

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