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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

Rataton--__.__, _jas/ J»te_=( _^_"^^^goaf 1 _^ 1111111 tmAOASjMrWdf_^_MF_^ ' ' ^»*K «* «sMMJB »p»-tf w. H. _McILHti»i«g Y nwftmr - C_^i caco._ffiLJ_^_iy_^_ffifJt_^avelan ' d. DetroiL Tn|^' •_ugr." "_, ¦;, __ ; _, . ^™^-ee, and ail points North ana ts_4efp_|fi&g*%_& _?_T_^lle _^T ? the new Depot of the pm-PAELOWSfif*^S«ur- Kayroad, oorner BFoAD m_^ lowhitt •_ta2_^"f_^8 -_?M _9' (Passenger •ntraaS?^ ^* _W^^_Sowi?117 (Sim te3 ™ •_"••_todT_^r _«_bw _?_Mu *_.b 2I< ?«!«9f._make direot_^rTn-Sil_^IP_^_D npms nilra. RailroadLir _S_?_t_^vJJ_«_&6 _^_Mlauelpnist and El-SIXTHandca _tmffp _StZSFf*mP_^ ?^ oorner of f'_^_TO ^^^^^^w Leave the JPMi ¦ _d_^±£!Piu^™W s TRAHF_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

-ttACHDOBKYAJiPIRON. _^ __ PSHN STEAM ENGINE _AjND _£b9SX£& BOILER WORKS.—NEAFIE & _LEVYi PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL ENGINEEK8. MACHINISTS, BOILBR-MAXErOlACKSMITHh! and FOUNDERShaving, for many yean, been ii «uoo9siful operation, and open exclusively engaged i] building and repairing Marine _aad River Engines, hit] and low pressnre, Iron Boats, Water Tana, Propellent to., &o.. respeotfuUy offer their _semce* to the pnblie, as being fully prepared to oontrant for Engines of al sizes. MarineRiver, and _Stationary , _navme sets o; paternsof different sises. are prepared to execute orders with quick deapatoh. Every description of Patten making made at the shortest notice, flirh and Loi Pressure,Flue,Tubular, and Cylinder Boilers,ofUu beat Pennsylvania charcoal iron. _Forcines, of all sisa and kinds; Iron and Bna Caatinnof alfdesoriptions: RollTurnuif, SorewCattincand all other work oonneoted with the above business. ¦ ' Drajrings and.specifications for all woik ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

»_jnHE NEW JOB _PRINTING OFFICE Of "THE PRESS" ia prepared to exeonte neatly, cheaply.and expeditioMly _STXKT BMCEIPTIOM OV PLAIN AND, ORNAMENTAL PRLWTINa. BOOKJS, PAMPHLETS, PAPER BOOKS. CIRCULARS, BILL HEADS BLANKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION CARDS, POSTERS, HANDBILLS, PBIHTISe FOB _^^ AUCTIONEERS, LAWYERS, MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS,. MECHANICS, BANXB, RAILROAD AN .D INSURANCE COMPANIES. t&~ AU orden left at the PubUeation Offioe of Tkt Fust, Mo. 41T CHESTWWX _Btreet. mil be _jromptlr attended to, _i._iaZiV

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

_UmaHHS WINTER ARRANGEsrs irTrntt_^Hr'' MENT.—PHILABELPHTA _GEIU_._^OWN_^D N_^R_^I_^^ : FOR _QBRMAPTFOWN ¦_"*_"* _ifiWOTWtektl; S& ttftW- IlMdu AT ¦ ¦ ¦ _«_u.. - , \P" 8UNDAY8, Leave Philadelphia, 8-06 hbuq. A. M., 3, 7, and 10X 8 _i_^eave GermaBtown, a» nun. A. M., 1.10 min., 6, and * ' CHESTNUT HILL RAILROAD. %'&Sif1 B. laaelphia » •» * » _M_» and IS A. M., _S, 4_,i,8, ana iims jr_*_ai. a&WffiL&W. 1 md9M ' «d LeavePhilad I h ° N8UKI> _® " FORCONSHOHOOKEN AND NORKISTOWN. an_^_TIP °MU°rn * tOWn > *' 8f05i 9* IUld U Am **•?13f' **• _- ¦'¦ _. 1 ON SUNDA5_T8. Leave Philadelphia, 9 A.MandS P.M., for Norristown * ¦ .-. ¦¦ .. _. - ... Leave _MorristownJJf A M. and 8 P. M. r D ., ¦ _, for_1ianayun|. dt_^_fSSX_^_JjSSMt * _nM A'u-B_._ted_^_fS*' .«_i_«fcW.«. "X A. M., S, 3X, - ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia. 9 A. M., 3, and 7 P. M. LeaveManayunk_^M[ A. M., M, afid8 p7m. noIO-tf _^_iplTONfre_^^K_^^i_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

_ImmB_^ BKm NORTH P1NNSTL. _morm r mm _*SajS^^^ g8jj| _VANIA MATI VOATI „_ _M TiaRBE3! HR0UGHTRAINS. On ana . after MONDAY. December 3.1880. _P&ssenrer TiwnlWJil leaveFRONT and WILLOW8ft_^taTpHl» *l?b ««n 1?"%"{ _9_P dsy_» "oepted),tm follow. ? _^_ShiA_^_K_^_11 _^^^ _AUentown. At x«P. M.{ Express), for Bethlehem, Paston, *o Thu tram reaches Easton ate P. M.. and makes oIom oo i_^rl l< S _^ t"JJr ee3r ? Btral *wj» ™ York. _& At 6 P. M., for Bethlehem, AUentown, Mauoh Chunk, it I &' w"a _^d iP ?L'fo J »oyl««town. At 0 P; M., for Fort Washington. _wS_^iffT -KiSfc _' _v_1 !?™1^*1_^m "«*«s elose connection «?ill ._ES_*ilShlK _^Va %'r Railroad at Bethlehem, being p Leave B^^^J_^A l_^H _^.,_^^ _atli _AWAm~FhUlld _^u * *« aW WaahingtoB Phila_^lphia_^oz BOTlMrtownattP. H, ron waamogcon for Philadelphia ats.4_i f M _l_2S _t _o_^S_? 8111 _-_*? fg I ^»to ManoFChnik.t3 80 _o _K_^_tomll' bl_^^ef_' _an_^fick_^ B_^_Wr^^_ril_^lSeSl _^ 1110 ^"' *****

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

¦ aS _«_9 , -PHILADELPHIA\. WILMINGTON. AND BALTIMORE RAILROAD. OVand after MONDAY, FEBRUARY , !!. Ml. PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE _PHILADELPHIA: For Baltimore at 8.18 A.M.. 11 noon r Express), and WM P. M. For Chester at S.U A. M., IS noon, *-U and 10.80 P. M, For Wilmington at 8.11 A. M., IS noon, *.1_B and 10.M P. M. For Newcastle at 8.U A. M. and «._la P ° M " For _Midolet»wnL|^ &MA. M. and U5 P.M-: For Dover at8,U A. _VLl and4.M P.M. For Hamnxtonat 8.MA.M. ForMiifordatS.MA.M. ,, For Farifington at8.1aA.M. ForSeaford at&UA.M. For Salisbury atS.UA. M. , TRAINS FOR _FBlLiJt DlSLrHlA Leave Baltimore at 8J0 A* M. (Express), 10.U AM., and ft.10 P. M. Leave' _Wihrnnston at 1M and 1139 A M« 1« and &»P.M. iiWW Sausburyat IM P.M. Leave _^eaford at 3.60 P. M. Leave _Farmington at 4.30 P.M. Leave Milfordat4P. M. %eave Harrintton at 4.80P. M- Leave Dover at 9.05 A. M. and *J6 P.M. Leave Middletown at 10 06 a. M. and «,« P. M. Leave New Castle at 11 A. M., 7.38 P. M. L...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

-Smbbk PHILADELPHIA i_^B&SSMBiarP"*^- _ff?P_®Pf W'|"Ki_.taij_witl| Iht PBnNSYLVANlX _JWWWES VIA _P_^^_DEi _f PHTA &M> W&AJUMQ |_wth«mberliBi"!lI_r ;ro1 ! ¦¦ ¦¦ feffiS_"1 _^---_^-_^ " ... BlIBll_^.._^-,. 1 1 188 '_¦' ¦ ¦ ¦¦¦ _': _- ' "¦' " ' _"-' _WlSlamsp_^_ur 'ZZsM Btmharr "d Erie R. ML

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

ISSaMB- notice-ciiE-i; _ps^^^'TS-for^^f _deJpkS eSJP _^ -Jhe new Passenger repot olu' -J, BRUAbs_^i -Jt_«SM|i_«tir Railroad Companr.ofl _Kc _»_W_^_cillnwfe1 iLJ , WHII '_^ 8treeU ' '_^_.i j£* _^ _ANINO T&Alti tot Downingtown ie&_«'5* _AFTERNOON TRAIN for Downing**™ "• «• _Bw_^_Xi8 ?^*_'! ex oeptod). , w .ct h_^^_BiCil!?__%»^ k M"**ers of the n> ana --~ - "W.'irMcIL_' HENNY_. Saer _^ JSmWaaaMT] _WB8T _OH_^L1 ! _g^^^isr ^^BB AND PHiLADEir_* From _^^JS_^_TB_^_PhSS_^kEHT, . mcI* •_treoSV aottlle _*_"» _eoniei of _Eighteenth »nd _^ 's^—ss»' * ' - - - ¦¦ • _. _„__ _ _____M _nftPilfU* LUiE mnFOhi

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

_^_fSf TMJS J5B1TISH AND NORTH _SSastabaAMERICAN ROYAL MAIL STEAM SHIPS. . ¦-¦ ¦ . - . .. • ¦ ¦ :¦ ' '¦ PROM NEWTOSX TO _LIVBEPOOL. Chief Cabin Passage—~.. ¦.— , . _fUQ Second Cabin Passage ———._» .- 76 VftOH _BOSTOH TO UVSSFOOX.. Chief Cabin Passage-—. »——;—^«no Seeond Cabin Passage—,....„ _^. 60 The ships from New York oaU at Cork Harbor, The ships from Boston call at Halifax and Cork Harbor." ¦' ¦ ¦ ¦ " ¦ " ¦ '¦¦ ' - • . ¦¦¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦¦ PERSIA, Oapt; _Judkini. AFRICA, Capt Shannon. ARABIA, Capt. J. Stone. CANADA, Capt._Lang. ABIA, Capt. E.G. Lott. AMERICA,_CaptTMoodie, AUSTRALASrAN_, Capt. KIAGARAjCaptAndersoj E. M. Hockley, _„ EUROPA, faapi. J. Leitoh. SCOTIA, ( now bunding.) These vessels carry a clear white lieht at mast-head: green on starboard bow; red on sort bow. ARABIA, Stone, leaves N. York, Wednesday, Feb. IS CANADA, Anderson, " Boston. "W ednesday, Feb.: AFRICA,Shannon, " N.York,Wednesday,Feb.I AMERICA, Little. " Boston, Wednesday, Mar. _< AUSTRALASIAN, .. . .*...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

Constipation or _Costiveness. Ho ose of the " manr ills fle»h i» heir to". i_» m> prevaleBt, so little underttood. and so muoh neclMted m Costiveness, often _oneinatinc in _carelsssness, or sedentary habits. It is regarded as a slight _disorder, of too little consequence to excite anxiety, while jn reality it is the preoursor and companion of many of the most fatal and dangerous diseases, and unless early eradicated, it will brine the sufferer to an untimely grave. Among tho lighter evi_\s qf _vrhjish _Cqativeness ia the usual attendant are Headache, Colic, Rheumatism, Foul Breath, Piles, and others of like nature, while a long train of frightful diseases, such as Malignant Fevers. _Aboessei, Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Dyspepsia, Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Paralysis, Hysteria. Hypoohondriasis, Melancholy, and insanity, first indicate heir presence in the system by this alarming symptom. Not unfrequently the diseases named originate in Constipation, but take on an independent existence ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

INSURANCE OOMPANYOFTHE J- STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA-FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE - Noa. 4 AND 6 EXCHANGE BUILDINGS. Chartered in lm-Capital •_DO_^OO-Feb. 1, 1800, cash valne_, 9_^33 793 77. All invested in sound and available securities—oonbnae to insnreon _Vewels and Careoe*, _Bnildioga, Stocks of Merohandwefcoy on liberal _tennii «* _^ _« _DIRfiCTOKS. Henry D. _Sherrerd, George H. Stuart, Simeon Tpby Samuel Gr_«it,_T»._i Charles Maoalester, Tobias W&gnjr. William S. Hmith, _Thdnfas fi. Wattson, JohnB. Bndd, Henry G. Freeman, William R. white, Charles S. Lewis, George C. Carson. _„,„_, „ HENRY D. 8HERRERD, President WILLIAM HARPER. _Beoretarv. ie9-tf EXOB ANGE INSURANCE COMPANY -Office No. 409 WALNUT Street. FIRE INSURANCE on Houses and Merchandise _eenerally, on favorable term*, either limi_^ _^_. r ^*r-**_. _^ _« DIRECTORS: Jeremiah Bonssil, Thomas Marah. John ft. Sinnodo; ChaHMTbompson, Edward D. Roberts, _JamesTT. Haui, Samuel L. _SmedJey, Joshna T. Owen, ReuGpn _R. Hale, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

Some of the _^S_^_tS_%WSrp LBVER and _cijMWOMBTRR WATOHES manufactured, at half _thl usual selling pnoes, gold lever and is»ixiej»ioluHS Bilver lever and Tepme watohea, EngJish, Swiss, and French watohes, at astonishingly low prices, _jewe ryof every description, very low_^ guns, pistols, rnusioal matramente. first quality of Havana . cigars, at half the importation price, in quantities to suit purchasers, and various other kinds of goods. A splendid single-stone diamond breast-pin, only 8180, cost 992S. OUT DOOR SALES Attended to personally by the Auctioneer. MONEY TO LOAN. 335,000 to loan, at the lowest rates, on _mwnonas, watchesjewelrysilver plate, dry goods, olothing. groceries, oigars, hardware, cutlery, pianos, mirrors, furniture, bedding, and on goods of every _desenptwn . in large or small amounts, from one dollar to thousands for any _lenuth of time aereed on. . . . 1ST The Oldest Established House in this oity. ' . MSTPrivate entrance on RACE Street _ ¦.. ¦ ¦7* Busiaess...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

mm7Qt) par. Cost «M7_^3o.S4. Market vaL_»8«^5fi n Sills receivable, for insurances made-. —— 171,88s 43 Bonds and mortgages........ ¦ ¦¦¦• ——.™ 34_^00 0C Real estate— . _—. ¦ _^..._^.^—..— * 1_^BS 35 Bilanoesdue at Agenoiea—Premiums on Marine Polioies. interest, and other debt* due the Company~~_.. -_~~ ........... . H_^MOJ Scrip and stock of sundry Insuianoe and . other Companies ~— ____..__^ ___- . 2,818 90 Cash on hana—in banks..«„_—..818,673 18 in drawer™. __. J »» ¦ _,_„_,„ ' ' ' " - S9D4JDQTII DIRECTORS. «~»^ William Martin, _Sstouel E. Stokes, Edmund A. Bonder, J.F. Penis ton, Thecphilus _Banloing, Henry 81oan, _^ John-R. Penrose, Edward Darlington, J_»hn C.Davis, H. Jones Brooke, James TrMuair, gpenoer M'llvaine, William EjreJr., Thomas C. Hand, James C. Hand, Robert Burton, William C. Ludwig, Jacob P. Jones, Joseph H. Seal, James B. M'Fajrland, Dr. R. M. Huston, Joshua P. Eyre, - . George C. Leiper, Joan H. Sample, PitUVg, HuirhCrgie, " D.T.Morgan, " _OkfitaVr. _^u^^^^ _^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

*r « PANCOAST, AUOTIONEKB, 8ac-N- _La_^ _rtTi Syw ' J_».. 491 _CHBBWPT It. flE _cfuiH E8f%X||.J_^ Morninrf _aS &gS_%Z&£_Zff*^£_* and revolvmg instruments, &o. '_wsamtaM &o., &o. Qn Wedliei4a,T Morning, February 13. oommenoing at U o'clock. 1TOSES NATHANS, AUCTION Ififi ifX and COMMISSION MERCHANT.Southeast _oomer of SIXTH and RACE Stareeta.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

_pS_^_aIeISFS_^ SECOND SPRING _SALE _^F B _.OTS aND SHOES February M,_&_3S6p_^ Ib«*SK SfflHsttflMK _^_ffibiw _' _for examinauon, with _eats.logu_«s eaTw oSthe _meming of sale _

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 11 February 1861

_aaamaBBUaBBBBBBBBBBn UXJUaJXlJ _n»u ' v»; m_^_Sm_^rT0 X wfflhS_^_&l "w< !?"' J4B *«» _Seafbrd «on" .Pr ft_«> Eg* »«soonttnued for the present. A _D&ilt -M5 _*s E&i i&PigSffJUP way V Baltimore. _b.S2_fW _Sl_?« ° tLw ?^e Wlto ^»_toJ».«d at w »» »• i _^_M^^_KK MMBY. Ma-teT ofTmiafff ^/ 11 _^ P_%M?Y _W 8 L L S-OWNIBS_^ i_^_& _OPf HTY.-'ihe only place to get fn_*_W CJeansed and Diamfeoted at very low prw«k g()Jj| _IrtM _^ _ioS_^_ffiiffii_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 12 February 1861

_tiye of Ms conductit is loft to tho House to determine_, xour committee are, howeverconstrained to express _^ tbe conviction that behind the events tbat have been made conspicuous , and beneath the exterior of the transactions th«t have, been described, u a purpose which, although _suottestfully hidden, Waa none the less powerful and _effialeot. and has given unity and vitality to the scheme! now partially exposed.| "^" MR. BAILEY'S _CONFESSION. A part of the eviden e adduced is found in a communication frpm Mr. Bailey, dated December 1st, 1860, and addressed to the Hon. Jacob ThompsonSeoretary of the Interiorcontaining a state ment tbat a portion of the bonds constituting the Indian Trust Fund, amounting to $870,000were no longer in his possession. This confession was on the 13th of December, placed in the hands of Mr. Wagner, with the request that _tt should be delivered to tht Secretary of the Jntenor Jive days before the expiration of his term of office. or% as Mr. Wagntr u...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 12 February 1861

; V' .|; " ' _MIBD DAY. N Mohtoomkbt, Al»., Jan. 6.—The Congress met to-day at, lz M. Prayer was offered by the Rev. Mr. _Tleknor, of the Baptist Church: ; Our Fatherwho art in Heavenwe rejoice for all Thy mercies towards us. We bless Thee that it is our privilege, guilty though we are, to oome to Thy throne of grace, and ask Thy forgiveness for our transgressions, and' for all that grace and strength needful for ns in the discharge of the duties Thou has devolved upon us. We would look up to Thee this morning, realizing that Thou art the giver of every good and perfect gift. We implore Thy blessirjeiipon us daring the hours of this day. We _boseeohTTaee thatThou wouldat grant unto tee representatives oft these "sovereign States, here asserabled_.aU that w.ladom, prudence and, firmness whioh are necessary fat them to discharge the arduous and responsible duties with which _tooy are entrusted. And: do Tiiou grant Thy blesB-. ings upoa.. the people of. these sovereiga States. We tha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 12 February 1861

The select committee to whom was referred the resolution of the Houso, adopted on the 24th day of December last, directing them to inquire into and report the " foots in relation to the fraudulent abstraction of certain bonds held by the Government in trust for the Indian tribes, from tbe Department of tho Interior, and to whom were also roferredjth_© communication of the Hon. John B. Floyd, late _Saoretary of War, and tie latter of the Hon. Kobert McClelland, late Secretary of the Interior, beg _leaye _respeotfully to .'«.. ' . BEPORT: That, upon the day of their appointment, they repaired : to the Interior Department and held an interview ' .withi_«th» Hon. Jacob Thompson, then Secretary of said department, and expressed to him their desire to enter upon the duty assigned them at as early a period as would comport with his convenience, and be consistent with the public interest. Three days thereafter, and as soon as they were authorized to employ a stenographer your committee ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 12 February 1861

This latter item may be increased by so much of the proceeds of the assets in the hands ef the Treasurer as may not be required for current interest on the five-million mortgage, until the road shall be completed and earning its own interest. Even with each increase, the amount will be no more than sufficient to provide faoilities for the large amount of business that we feel assured will be thrown upon our road as soon as an unbroken track shall be completed from the oity of Philadelphia to the harbor of Erie Of the ability of the road to earn, from the day it is finished, more than the interest on the 7 per cent, mortgage for one million of dollarsand the proposed 6 per cent, mortgage for 6r* millions of dollarsamonnt|ng together to $370,000 par annum, there oannot be the slightest doubt in the mind ol any one who is in any degree familiar with the resources of the country traversedand the~immens_« productions of the regions drained by the groat _akes, a large proportion of whic...

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