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

IMPORTATIONS. (Reported for the Press.] PORT AUPRINCE-Brte War Eagle—70 bale* cotton, K D _Beolt; 421 _barsooffee, 60 tons logwood, 15 bb!s honey, Thos _Wattsnn & Sons. ———__———-— ——In Brie War £ajle. Williamsfrom Portau Pnnoe—_ Mr Alex Ta e, of Port au Prince; Sir Geo S Cole, oi Mew York; Mr Wm Coup, of Illinois. - -- r mu_.AOELi'HIA BOA*» OP TRADE, WM. C. KEBrTMi- "0 * _f Oommittkb of thi _Moh™_- JOHN IS. Ar_»°*^_g*» l _ --;, ¦ ¦ _- ' _•:-' _' ; ' ' ¦ '" _^ , __ LETTER BAGS ~~ ¦ ""' At the Merchants' Exchange, Philadelphia. Ship Saransk, Rowland— _„ _~LiverpoolFeb 3S BsrK Irma. Womnger -—. „,.—Barbadoes, coon Bark American, Christian.—~ -..- _— Barbadoes. Boon Brig Ella ReedDavis ..~_ Havana, soon Sohr Indian Ciueen. Hardy....-,_.... .fiarbadoes. Feb 9 SAILING OF THE OCEAN STEAMERS. FROM THE UNITED STATES. •HIPS •LEAVE FOB BA.YB tna-_—.. _-»#w _Yorl:_l_,iv«rpool_ F«b 0 Bohemian —..—Portland- Liverpool„».,» ..- Feb t Hi«a 8s>_opi New York_^Buencw _Ayroii._^_Feb 9...

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

MttfflBB NOTICE-UHESlt _^^ra_^_H I_^Ksi _^mSSttSSSVSSmt 1. raiM «w UOWS&ISTC_* _delihia _a»_dm _iJ»e _^6WP >aB _-8ea _W _^_epot of the ?--! trf_.«S*l_,8 MiflA __%k0 . wHU'_^ Streets, (pasKU«! A M N® TRAlt * for Downingtown _leavei _si_'1 AFTF_^NOON TRAIN for _Downingtown !««• _' IClf _ISf _jMWUer. o,t _. IK,' - ^^^^^Banp p j,\Lioni i_:» From nomi&i _®£J_$_*' ._Lmi&MEm , m , ¦treats. . "*•* of Eighteenth »c_° * leave th_» aM_$mS_^-Jr_* _Wov.wh, ian. 'the _trtg_^ strtets at 1_«X_^ corner of Eighteenth and . _w _flMHR_^P lin_?L t_^Sorfolk _ij wlUll b8 ' dll^?kly Jj»«_™ p«_afo_'d t0J-r ( n_^ tat* th» _Pi_^naed for the present. A flail? H' ,_«i _toTReiA_^t 0 ,_^ 1 _^ -TJV of. _Balriinore. _«ff_^&s win htr 1?E F§ Warehouse, iaa4 MARK_^ ;;ji hlJS _^_rwarded with _despatoh, and at _ai low rs-ei "j any otner Line. ;M </ _^MBr,«M »,r _^f _^ , NIA RAfFiiB_?P= TRAINS via P_\_PMM EXPRESS COMFANIB _S ^^ -; SaHi _tb£ adams 1_^0 { _orwarriZ _&am...

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

A Real Blessing. , _FhysieUm.—Welli Mrs. Jones, how is that headaohe I Mrs Jo***. —Gone! Doctor, all gone! the pill yon sent oared me in just tweVty minutes, and I wish you would send me more, so that I oan have them handy. _~ _FhysicUm.—Youoan get them at anyDruggirt's, Cal for Cephalio Pills. I find they never fail, and I reoommend them mall eases of Headache. Mrs. Jones.—I shall send for a box directly, and.snall tell all my suffering friends, for they are a rial blnnnt. _Vwxiist _Mniious o» Doulabs _si_^x»<-Mr. Bpaidiac has sold two millions _^ butties of his celebrated Prepared G1d_»- ™an >¦ estimated that each bottle sav«* at least ten dollars'worth of broken_.fnmiture, _ia_~.riT.min/*<[jm _nj of millions of dollar* _^_SS_^Ti_^im_^^^^ i poses to do the world still greater senrH_8r_^£?* »«>- the aching heads with his Cephalic Pills, and if thef-Sli. as good as his Glue, Headaohes will soon vanish away like snow in July. — _„ ' <m ¦ ' - ¦ _...

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

T_^iRE IN8UBANOB. — _MEOHANIOS' A INSURANCE COMPANY of Philadelphia. No. 138 Nora SIXTH StreetBelow Race. _iE«u?e Build ' ings, Goodsand Merchandise generally from loss or damage by Fire. The company guarantee to adjust all losses prompuy, and thereby hop* to merit the patronage of the public. «... .. ms*c*obs William Morgan, Robert Flamgsn, _Franois Cooper, Miehael MoGeoy, George L. Dougherty, Edward _MoGovwn James Martin, Thomas B. MoCormiok, James Dufosg. Joan Bromley, Matthew MoAleer, Franois Falls, Bernard Ranerty, John Caisady. Thomas J. HempblD, Bernard H. _Hnlsemaa, _Thoraas Fisher, Charles Clare. ^^' Francis _MoManns, Michael Cahiu. BERNARD_^_Flttflffi*g88K_^ F _S_^ 4MIRIOAN FIRE INSURANCE CO., ^» INCORPORATED 1810 - CHARTER PERNo. 310 WALNUT Street, above Third, Philadelphia, . Having . a large paid-up Capital Stock and Surplus! invested m _tonnd a_«d available Seeuritiesoontinu ' _s to in_«ure on _DwelHnKs, _^tores, Furniture, Merchandise. Vessels m port and their _oa...

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

¦ ;.:_; ¦ _: _MEIUCINAJj : - ,_^j in_^S_^S_^_ST _REMOSD? AEOMAT^^I_^_lSlS piIl_^ , BosvepsiaNtrvoxsnessHeart-Burn, . Com _^ain " mnhiud. Stomachor Pain* *n tht B »**l*t _He*a_^ke,_Ihoui$%* »ss. S*dim Com»lai%tsTLv»SpiHU, DtlxHum _Trtmens, _InUmptranc*. It IHHWLAIBS, _EXHILABATSS, _iNViaOSAMS, BW* WILL SOI _IBTOXICATS OB STUPEFY. As a Medicine it is <miok and . effectual, . curing the moStaggravated oases ofDyspepsia, Kidney ComplainU, Sad _alfother derangements of the Stomaoh and Bowels _^^SftfflP' _rwris the most melancholy and drewping spirits, and restore the weak, nervous, and _sioldy to health, stre-dkthand vigor. i..--Persons who, frow ttie iniudioioususe of liquorshave become dejected, and their nervous, systems f hattered, ¦ WHAT IT. WILL DO. Do8_«.-One wine glass M& as oftetfM _asoasiuf. One dose will remove all Bad Spintav. !, One dose will cure Hearfc- . _bum. Three doses will care _Indiuestion. __ One dosa will give you a Good . Appetite. . One dose wi...

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

SHIPPWC ^*«a«t FOB THB SOUTH.—O_^ABLKS S&H& TON AND SAVANNAH STEAMSHIPS. ¦ ¦¦ •: • ¦ ¦ FREIGHT REDUCEii. Heavy freight at an average of mrtxns per cent. The _TJ. 8. Mail steamship STATE of GEORGIA, Cap ain John J. Garviu, will sail for Savannah on Sa-•^.sssrass&&_*_&&_$ state, _ou _Harshman. wi 1 sail for Savannah on Saturday, * ebrum**» *1_fc _ce_5rleston. ?. c. . _,_ On goods for fhar'eston, a deduction of Zfi per cent. _a _Vgi_^ns lreiphtoharge to _Savannah. Railroad Agent to _hta oar_^-wULpromptly forward all goods consigned IKT" Goods received " ancTBuu_,or _x_^^_._nnriima _erery as above every two weeksthus forming a weekly oommunioation with Charleston »nd Savannah, and the South and Southwest. At both Charleston and Savannahthese Ships connect with steamers for Floridaand with railroads, *c. for all _oiaoes in the Soath and Southwest. IH8URAHCE, Freight and insurance on a large proportion of Goods shipped South will ba ...

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

_i ARRIVED. Brig . War Earle, Wi haras from Port au Prinoe Mth ult. with logwood, coffee cotton. 4c. to Thos Waitson So Rons Hen b%rK w aimin, Lord from N»w Orleans, arrived 30th _rbrigs Isabella. Beaurmanfor New York, di»oriarced. _FStiuk Eaeie. Button from _ftew Yorkarrrredlflth ;»ohr8*Tali Barton, Adama_, for Bostonto sail 18A; 9th init.Jat_» M. long 74 66. spoke bark 5_? aTlr _xB _u ConniIlif i?0H*»i from MarseillesVonund to Mew vork _i passed m the bay sohr M Reinhart. trom newOrleans. -,....,.. .. _- Steamshi p Phmeas Sprague, Matthews. 45 hon- from Boston, with mdse and _passenkers to Henry Winsor. Bark Annie _Kimball Stint on _Sidaya from Liverpool, with mdse to Peter Wright fc Worts; 3d inst.. Cape Henry bearing by 6 100 miles, spoke soar _Graneshot, steering 8W-towed up by City _loe Boat. WBpo8BOtf CLEARED. Bark Grand Turk, Whitham, Cienfuegos, S fc W »Y OlSii* .... MKMORAJtDA. Steamship UmteJ Kingdom. (Br > Craiit, from GIufow viaP.»rtland_70i matat»ewYortyeste...

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

1861. SiH 1861. FROM WALWUT-ST. WHABF AND . KJSSSIHf JOH _KBrOT — ~ WILL LiSAVK AS F0LL0W8, VIZ : If AUK. At 6 A. M., via Camden and Amboy, & and A. Ao- n - oommodatiq«....__.~— -—-- —.._wil.........as A At« A. M.via _Carndep and Jersey City, (N. J.) Aooommodatioa_^j—,..—». ~—.-_-.-_"—.— 1» At 8 A. M., via _Gamden and Jersey City, Morning Mail----- ' — :—.... - - $00 At llji A. M., via Kensington and Jersey City, Western Express............. j-—. — — 5 00 At 12X P.M., via Camden and Amboy Aoocmuaodfttion ¦ -i ._^^^^......... —............. 3 25 AtSP.M., via Camden and Amboy, C. _aad A. Ex-Ax_^i _V. M., ' via Kensi ' _agtan and Jersey City, Evening _Expfflfltk -- .'. "¦'¦!¦ -"1 ¦ '¦--"-- - ¦ - _—..»• - —- 300 At 434 P. M., via Kensington and Jersey _Citj, 3d QMsTiekw—— • • •.. -- ——. ~-— ~~- ~ 2 25 At«P. M.. via Camden and Jersey City, Evening Mail, , ~~~. •— _; ..--. S 00 At lUi P.M., via Camden and Jersey City, Southern_^^ail _—*-.»»*—•. ..._». .... . . .. „,,,.. „,»..»...

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

By the use of these Pills tbe periodical attacks of Nervous or Sick _Htadwhe may be prevented; and if taken at the commencement of an attack immediate relief from pain and sickness w>ll be obtained. They seldom fail in removing the Nausta and Hiadache to whieh females are _sosubjeot. They act gently on the bowels, removing Cottiveness For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females, and all persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a Laxative, improving theajyeftte, giving tone mi vigor to the digestive organ ' s, and restoring the natural elasticity and strength to the whole system. The CKPHALIC PILL8 are the result of long investi gation and oarefu11y conducted experiments, having been m use many year*, during whioh time they have prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering from _Headaoh_*, whether originating in the _ntrvous system or from a deranged state of the stomach, - ' . ' : . ' ... ' -. They are entirely vegetable in their composition, and m...

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

DELAWAE1 MUTUAL SAFETY THSURAKOE _OOlttTANy, PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, MSB. Offioe S.E. corner of THlib and WALNUT streets, PHILADELPHIA. MARINE INSURANCE, ¦¦_CiIui cT1 *1 _* (. »»attparteof tii_« World. _Freight ul_^jj_,_!, _ikwbaWCES . _ On Goods by Rivers. Canals, JLakes, and Land Oar-On Msrohandise generally_^ On Stores, Dwelling Houses,tea. ASSETS _QFraFoOTpANY, »100_^00 UnitedSfetes lwilg'cent.ipaa— - .$ll»40000 _llsSOO United States six W cent. Treasury _jm a SotM,(withaoorued interests— M»^B« 100,000 Pennsylvania State five W «en -.»-„«, njJM _dX^^^^o. six do. do. M_^g W 1»!060 Philadelphia City six # cent. Loan. *»•»»» 30,000 Tennessee State five W cent. loan-. M_.000 00 10.000 Pennsylvania Railroad M mortgage M M six W centbonds— -—- —— i&JXH 00 15,000 800 shares, stock Germantown Gas Company, interest and pnnoipal guaranteed bv the City of PhiKdelphia——~._—.-_~_- " .r -- UWiOOOB 1_^00 100 shares _Pennsylvania Railroad m -...

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

_PESHBEWBSS _BBCOND SPRIN«1^|^_OT8 AND SHOES F.brn.ry_«. a^««^^^_K _^S^^_S_^_SSSSnmOt goods irom firstol_^m G_^of_^_r_^r _«Se llnatl0n ' With ° atalOftt6 "' .am on the moTning ofja_^ -_^ 11m vt _Aircxiow F _«_SS| » mi ¦ » PANOOAST, _AUOTIONEER, Hue-, ing instruments, &o. _, isummmm &0#f &Ot On Wednesday Morning, PohrnarT 13. oommenoing at 19 o jloon- _ _mkoms NATHAN8, AUO T.IO H EB B M AND _COMlSsSIorf MERCHANT. HowthMSt _f_^r_^f sixTH aid RACE Streets.

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

jfJirs _^ _AETNiS_^_BCTWi_^H_^ J- RYD.ARRISONand|AL_^H^|mTH_# Gro LTd_^tr_^,?;di_?. f ol^^^ Th.Gxo3.ry _husi?f_% Witt be _gflfflftaHg rrflBFIBM O9 BIB0HAL1_. & BAKIiR WOOOi will o««*«u " jSSsMdall machines connected 8_^_S%d _^_2Sth g?o™fW _wouidi_^s»eotfully solicit Thankful for »/^J*T 5 «e BO Uberallr bestowed on a continuance of the patronage _»« "_,rj,aoMAS WOOD. tbe late firm. _ _ _,) jaM-Sm PhiinHaliihia. Jan. M. _wbl. — * . — Civil Engineer,<_OTO &ftr _*n f._^a Te preparedtoe3te_?nte "^¦_fe_^_SS pa_^_oW_^_SteJrffo_^his dasfgns an&_^ _supgnmd_^oe. _^ Bhouldbe

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

RAILKOA U LINKS. _^^r—s«BLAS6S OP _HOPfiS mkWL_^_m!3. -PHILADELPHIA. W1LBllWf AN D BALTIMORE BAIL HO AD. _^S_^_IliS _ASi.W_^ _.SKli _SS Bpf ForWitmingtonat8.1SA. M., Bnoon.t.18 m?_10.60P. _M. ForNew Castle at 8-M A. M. ana t.U P. M For Middletown at 8.1B A. M. and 4.U P..M- For &verat8.WiuMvand 4.15 .P.M. For Harrine . tonat ITeave _" eaford at2JBP.M. f_*ave _Farmington at4.10 Em! _Lwve Milford at4 . M. Leave Harnn|ton at 4_^0 P. W. _f_^eave Dover at 8.05 A. M. and 6_^5 P. M. Leave Middletown at 10 06 A. M. and 6.40 P. to. Leave !m.?_iks ,_^ i_^ Leave Chester at 8.4B A.Bfl-, _U_^and H.»P._M.-Laan Wilmineton at 9.26 A. M.11-66 P. M., and 13 a. M. FREIGHT TRAIN, with Passenger Car attached, will run as follows: . Leave Philadelphia for _Perryrille and intermedia- * slaoesat83r_\M. LeaveWilmin_«tonf °r ferryvitteanu mte_^_Si ate _rtMeTatSP. Mrlsave _Wilmington for _FhilaMlphia and intermediate, plaoes at 3.16 P.-M. Leave Baltimore for Hs>vr«-de-amoe mad intarmed_^ato...

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

SH§_Mi _WINTER ARRANGELeave Philadelphia, 9.06 mm. A * . M.37, and MX 8_^1*^ Germantown, 8.10 rain. A. M., 1.10 min., 6, and * ' CHESTNUT HILL RAILROAD. an_^_x/itt ****' ** 8lW| M<t _"A> M " * ' *'6| B> Leavp O _' hes' tnut Hiil, 710.786,8.40, *ad 9M. and 11 _A» A. M,, 1.40,3.40,6.10. and 8.4(1 P. M. „,... - . ¦ - ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia9_M A. M., 3, and 7 JVM. Leave Chestnut Hill, 7 JO min, A. M., 13 60, 8.40, an«J 9.10 mm. P.M. ¦ FOR CONSHOHOCKEN AND NORRISTOWW. .Leave _JNornatown, 6, 7» aofi_, 9t and II A. M,, I_#_, i\l% and & _jTm StLm . ° « SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia, 9 A. M and 8 P. M., for Norristowsi, L«ve _Korristown_^_iy_^and_^P. M. i._^,i:«;i&tB?i_^p.8 M*' and UMA -M _- B,_«tMid«<n pTM.k' **'m ' 8Mtm *nHA 'M ""*3_Xf Leave Philadelphia. 9 A. M., Sand 7 P. M_, Leave Manayunk_^A. M., 6_X, and 8 P. M. nolO-tf H DlV^!^_Ntg_^dS gREil rfP S _^^

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

_E&m_^aBm north pennsyl-T_^_iPriHMP*- On and after MONDAY. December 3. I860. Passeneer Trainswill leave FRONT and WILLOW 8treeM7Philadelphia,daily.(_Sgndays sxceptsd_). as follows: . At_^A# %4Bx1D ! 8Ml) _L for Bethlehem, _Alleintown, mauoh Chunk, Haaleton, *o. At _3.45JP . . M.(Express)for BethlehemFasten, &o. This train reaches Easton at 6 P. M.. and makes _olose _conneotoon wi_^h New Jeisey . Central for New York. . At 5 P. M., for Bethlehem, Allen town, Mauoh Chunk, ftc_. I & H' *°d i_* _jy to J _DoylMtown. At 6 P. M., for Fort Washington. _ The <_tao. A. M. Express train makes olose connection S_^.h't_.H 1118 ^^1 _^^118 _"1 ??_3at Bethlehem, _beiqg voltUB theiehlghocMJrerion. '"aw "uau ™ p L_«vo _i_^_Mi4^^_S_% Leave Doylestown ._». M. and 5,30 P. M. JE_^^ _ewsa^^^ ws_^^ Philadelphia for Doylestown at 4 P. M. Boylestown for Phitotelghia at7 A. M. __Fort Washington te»>_KaMelphi» at _XiS P. M, Fare to Bethehein_^f 1 SO j Fare to Mauoh. Ch...

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

_IST _HKA._DACKS is the favorite «_isn by which nature makes known any deviation whatever from the natural state of the brain, and, viewed in this light, it may be looked on as a safeguard intended to give notice of disease whioh might otherwise escape attention, till too late to be remedied; and its indications should never be negleoted. Headaohes may be classified under two names, _vlss Symptomatic and Idiopathio. Symptomatic Headache is exceedingly oommon, and i« the precursor ot a great variety of diseases, among which are Apo plexy_._Gont, Rheumatism, and all febrile diseases. . In its nervous form it is sympathetic of disease of the stomach, constituting «*e* headache, of hepatic disease constituting bilious hmdach*, of worms, constipation, and other disorders of the bowels, as wellns renal and atenne affections. Diseases of the heart are very frequently attended with headaohes; anamia and plethora are also affections whioh frequently occasion headache. Idiopathio headache i...

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

"A httle. bnt often, fills the Purse." I _f_^RANKIIN SAVING PUNB, No. I -¦- 136 South FOUBTH Street, between* _^ j Chestnut and Walnut, Philadelphia, _¥ ™ * ZYl 2 i deposits on demand. ¦ • 1 ¦•¦ -. Uepositors' . money stonred by Government. - 1 mm lo Loans, Ground Rente, Mort- _J gi This Company deems safety better than large J? I: profits, consequently will runno risk with depo * 1 |>, 8itors' moneybut have it at all times ready- to * § 1 ¦ return with fi per cent, interest, to the awanA _S* 2: . Females;married or single, and Minors.oan' « • _: deposit in their o»n rigb tand _SUOh deposits San S ¦g j be withdrawn only by their ooniint. _- 0 *" t _g I Charter perpetual. Incorporated, by the State & * ?*n p *n _$**lv ?m *' _'"_th - authority to _receivS - r._^S sinwaaSffijsirteX I ;\^saj»«_3!8As?* SP» .1 _Vixsitas J_^ma& '>^^. 1 ififSS&t &S I K* J_^w _'_hJ_^S110 _^' »«h"nlSSdFey, * - Jos. H. _Satterthwaite. Jones _Verkea, li , John Ale...

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

D0RTLAND _KEROaENJB OIL. In order to meet the oonstwtlt-iiusreuitii _dena.-,-for _tbia justly _CELBBSATBD OIL AS AN ILLUMIHAIOIt the company have now doubled their _fosrawr caps-.. _S, and have the most extensive _wothsjot _nuutt _~cturing Otl from Coal m the _UntUd Statts ¦ ai in order to insure for us a _ponstaat sapplyi _sdwuv to the demand, they have _positively nfased to muU_'.. any new agenoies, or create a*y sew ootleU fix iir'£. What we claim for ti_*U Oil is, its _vv wiw_^wm_^m_^Lm 1% « entirely free from the _aSaasiv« «?or peoai:s-. another Coal Oils in the market, aad tor brillisMm a lUhtoleanlmew, ohp*»_nesa, «na _rafetj, (havicr:; exploBive proportie»). \m.-we mn or nfidentW Bar. THB ONlY OJ_^THAT^^W _^ hM Wh9»ever it has _becm _latto_^_aoed oonramen*iU mi caoxtieT. As there are man? _inferJ' or Oils sold as Kerosenetoantion _idlers , in nar_»_ir,alar against using this tnci mark. . Wheaever dov'_jts exist as to tho _gsnuinsEen:: submitted to us _fp'. _inspeotioii. W_...

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

Constipation or _Costiveneas* No one of the " many ills _fiesh is heir te" is Armvalent, so Uttie understood, and so mnoh. _negtooted as _Costiveness, often originating in carelessness, or sedentary habits. It is regarded as a slight disorder, of too little oonse<iuenoe to exoito anxiety, while m reality it is the precursor and companion of many of the most fatal and dangerous diseases, and unless early eradicated, it will bring the sufferer to an untimely; grave. Among tha lighter evils of whioh _Costnreness is the usual attendant are Headaohe, Colic, Rheumatism, Fonl Breath, PUm, anfl "otbers of _lj|ce nature, while a long train of frightful diseases, suoh as Malignant Fevers, Aboesses, Dysentery, Diarrhoja, Dyspepsia, Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Paralysis, Hysteria. Hypoohondriasis, Melanoholy, and Insanity, first indicate heir presenoe in the system by this alarming symptom. Not unfrequently the diseases named originate in Constipation, bat take on an independent existence unle...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 12 February 1861

iaK-tf SEAOH and _PALMBt..,w_, SA_^TJSL V. MKEHICK. J, VATJ8_BAN MBESICI. ¦ : \Z . WILLIAM U. MXKB.ICK. _COUTHWABK. *OU»DBY, *_& FIFTH AND WASHINGTON STREETS, ¦ ¦¦¦¦ ' ¦ PHILADELPHIA. MERfilCK & SONS, s ENGJNBBRSAND _^ MACHiNrSTS, Manufacture High and Low Pressure Steam Engines, for landri_«erand marine service. _: Boilers _Gatometers. Tanks, Iron Boats, &o; Castings of all kindseither iron or brass. Iron Frame Roofs for Gag Works, Workshops, Railroad stations. &o. Retorts and Gas Machinery of the latest and most improved construction. J_*v«ry description of Plantation Machinery, suoh as gngar. Sawand Grift MillsVacuum Pans, Qpen Steam Trains, _Defecators, Filter?, Tumping _XnginSi, Sole Agents for N. Rilheux_'s Patent Sngar Boiling Apparatus Nesmytn'_s Patent "team Hammer, and _Aih pittwall« Wolsey _» s Patent Centrifugal Sugar _Drainuoc Machine aus-y OOINT PLEASANT FOUNDRY. No. 9H MAM H. riiiRS informs his friends that, _havmt bktshased the entire...

Publication Title: Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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