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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

SPECIAIi NOTICES Watch thb Hbawh of totm OHiLDBjnr.---Worms are a prolific source of sickness in children. They are seldom free from them, and b? their irritation all other diseases are aggravated. Convulsions, a_<i well as fet. Vitus' dance, have been superinduoed by them, and death has been caused in extreme eases. Whenever the symptoms are observed, such as disturbed sleep, grinding of the teeth, itching of the nose, weakness of the bowels, slow fever, Variable appetite, and foetid breath. JAYNE'S TONIC VERMIFUGE shcnld be resorted to without delay. It is entirely harra> less, is readily taken by children, effectually destroys Worms, and by its tome action invigorates the whole It is prepared only by Br. B. JAYNK k SON, 240 CHEffl NUT Street. fe9,13,16

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

£DUCATIONA1j A LADY WILL INSTEUCT ON THE Harp, Piano, or Guitar, or give lessons in Singing. Apply to CaA8. T. EVAN?, 40 South FRONT Street. felS-6_*.* _BBYANT, STRATTON, & FAIKBANKS . _MERCANTIIjE COLLEGE, S. E. oorner BE _VEKTH and CHESTNUT Streeta.-Itay and _Evening Susions. individual instruction in Bookkeepingmoradin-. General Wholesale and Retail Business, Ship pint, Forwarding and Comrniesiqn, BankingEx ehasgeMannfaotaring, Railroading, Stoamboatinc. ko.« the most thorough and practical course in ths United States. AlsoLectures, Commercial Calculations, Arithmetic and the higher Mathematics, Penmanship (best in the city)Correspondence., &o. For sale, their new Treatise on Bookkeeping, beautifallyprinted in color*, and the _btst work published.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

CS AVING FUND—UNITED STATIS V TRUST COMPANY, oorner THIRD and CHESTNUT Streets. . 1_NTERJS8 _* FIVE PER C_«Nf. . _\j 8. R. CRAWFORD, President, J »_TaEB R. H fJNTERSecretary ana Treasurer! Office hours, from 10 until 3 o'clock. This Company is not joined in any application to the Legislature. fe6 4 M18I0AN SAVING 1UND_, S. E. cof--t-*- ner WALNUT and FOURTH Streetscontinues so receive deposits and par all _snms on demand as it has always done. AXiEXANEi£R WHILLDIN, Jobh _S. ..WiLgoSi _TresBBfer, ja29-iftf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

LEGAL IN THI ORPHANS' COURT F. R THE CITY A_^D COUNTY OF _PHILADELPHIA. Estate of THOMAS BRADFORD, _Esq.Concsellorat-Lawof the City of _Philadelphia, deceased. The Anditor appointed by the Court to audit, settle, and adjust tbe _asoount of BENJAMIN RUSH BRADFORDone of the iaeoutora of the last will and testament of THOMAS BRADFORD, E«tCounsellor-at-Law, of the City of Philadelphiadeceased, and to report _distribntion of the balance in the bands of the said accountant, will meet the parties in interest, for the purpose of bis appointmenton WEDNESDAYthe thirteenth of February. 1861at -* o'clock P. M., at his _offiea.No. 404 PRUNE Street, in the _Citr of Philadelphia. P.P.MORRIS fel-fmw5t Auditor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

Wart_8.—There are three wants whioh never ean be satisfied; that of the rich, who want something more; that of the siokwho want something different, and that of the _traveller who says, "Anywhere but here." The Turkish oadi said to Layard," After the fashion of thy people, thou hast wandered from one place to another, until thou art happy and content in none.'* Happy is he whose wants are moderated to the posses-ion of a good suit of clothes from the "one price" fashionable _baiar of Granville Stokes, i_*o.607 Chestnut street, who also presents to each purchaser valuable tifts.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

Markets by Telegraph. Baltimobk. February 12.—Flour active, at a decline of 25o; bo-ward street 86-12%. Wheat dull,at 91.26 a 1.30 for Ted. and Sl.40ol.60 for white. Corn lower, at 57e58c for yellow, and 67_»68o for white. ProvMiwts steany; Men* Pork S 17.7siPrime «13_J0; Lard 10_^o. Coffee active at J2H»i3a- Whi»VrlSo.« ' _>kw Oblb.rs. Feb. 12—Cotton—Sales of 16,000 bales 10_%«»l!o for middlings; s-Jea of thr«« Aa.ym 34 000 bales. Jteoeiptt ditto 58 000 bales, _acainst 39JOO last year. Receipts less than last rear U7_.000. Receipts at all Southern ports less than hstyar 607_,600. Sugar iteady at 4_?£_o>6Xa- _Mol&sws 26_oZ7o. Flour qniet at 6%mKa Other markets unchanged.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

Hl AVANA C1GABS.—-A HANDSOME -- assortment, comprising Pa tag as, Cabanas, Figaro Neptuno. Punchinello, BlacK Sea, Keiampago, Argue Uos, _Espanello, _Zaranosana, ko.. ke., of all sizes and qualitiesin tlnarterHalf, One-Fifth, and Ono-Tonth boxes—and in palm leaf naokagei—iuat received by _brit Amanda, via ft ew Yorkjianct _oris Delhi, ana Tor sale low by _GHAKLSS TETE, 130 WALN UT Street, TtM-Sw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

COAL. HOUSEKEEPERS, LOOK TO YOUR _INTEREST !-BUY YOUR COAL at HICKS'. ¦where nothing but the vefy best L.ehuh and Sohuylkill Coal is offered. at the following reduced prices : Lehigh, Broken, nee. and Stove .__$f 78 per ton. _Sohaylkill. » " •• „ 4 M . •• Large Nut ......_~~ 3.60 *• ¦_Warratnted free from slate or dust, and full weightst _HCCK8' Yardsoutheast corner of MARSHALL and WILLOW. Call and See. jall-3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

EYRE & LANDELL WILL OFFER BY the _mece or yard, Pare Flax Shining _Likens. Irish Bird Eyeextra fine. Best Shirting Muslins only. Largest size Blankets ana limits. fe5

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

Y1OOR RICHARD'S EYE WATER.— * Laboratory REMOVED frem Penn Squareto 9_^4 akCb streetthird donr above Ninth, where it will be srld Wholesale and Retail, and by Druggists _eenaratlr. fe9 6t*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

LATEST FOREIGN HEWS ENGLAND. The vbstby of Lambeth have passed a resulotion granting Mr. Train permission to> lay downi » line of raUs from Westminster Bridge to K_«nningtonGate. .. *.«,• Thb Army and Navy Gazette contradicts me Btatement that a reduction of the •™Jf!_&_£S_= assrasrtf_^sffswSis ablo seamen, but « useless _coastguardsmen." _DissBBTioN _ra thb _CABiKicT.-There is a serious THnnrt—one believed in the official world—that Zreist _^_aSa re_^e of opinion ill the Cabinet. The diffarenoe is between the Premier and a very distinguished memb« of the Government. The majority of the Cabinet, it is understood, hold with the chiefand the noble dissentient is almost , isolated in the view he takes of the matter under discussion. Various rumors 8re afloat as to what has produced this difference, the favorite speculations being the project of a British Confederation in North. Americaand the construction to bo put on the extradition treaty with the United States...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

Young America on the Union. We oopy the following letter from the London American of January 30: How about the Comet? Where is Dr. Cumming? Elements war with elements ! Opinion fights opinionand Gen. Nightmare commands the World e forces! Men's minds are unsettled, and people are growing madder and madder. Old »fntutions, like old vases, smash with the slig htest touch of the hammer. One hemisphere competes _witn the other to see who shall produce the most excitement The pit is delighted and the dress oirole is amazed. Such audiences the world never saw. _Politieal earthquakes e verywhere shake the nations. One wonders to see the sun shine amid such war of elements wreck of matter, and crash of thrones. Asia shakes as with the palsy. Europe quakes with the voloanio fires of revolution. Svria swept off the Christians in a single night like murrain grass before the locust, or cattle with the : Never before were such stakes played for; and the bystanders seem more excited than the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

TfclLAWARl MUTUAL SAFETY IN* MJ 8URAMCE COfttPANY, PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, 18S5, Office S.E. corner of THIRD and WALNOT streets, PHILADELPHIA. MARINE INSURANCE, Cargo, * > To all parts of the _Worlds Freight, ._jjJj_^_jjjj ijiguBANCESar ' ' - On Goods by Rivers. CanalsLakesand Land Carnages to all par_»_s of the Union, 8 FIRE _INSURANCES _ On Merchandise generally. On Stores, Dwelling Houses, to. . ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, November 1I860. ' mmlm _f 100^)00 United States five W oent. loan-»»..f _nwrfOO 00 lis35o United States six W oent. Treasury ... . _^ Notes, (with accrued interest)..... 119,483 34 100,000 Pennsylvania State five . _jPJ_^ a 96 970 0D 31,000 _rf do. '¦' . •¦'¦ ¦ do. ' " ¦' sS* do. " *5.' 31,_a»00 133m Philaaemhia City six# oent. Loan. 135.203 37 30,000 _Tennessee State five #" cent, loan.- 34,000 00 BO.OOQ Pennsylvania Railroad 2d mortgage .mtmMM six W centbonds—.. ™~ ~~~~ 45.000 00 15,000 300 shares, stock Germantown...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

RAp.ROAJDlilMK.fc TIlE-PBKl!* »yLYABTA O 3 r> VRA_\ _HAIJbHOA B S6S. MILES DOUBLE _TJlAtSi _^cAP _lfi_#!_ira_^K ifr E _^ THREE THROUGH _PASSBKtrER _TKAIfi! BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA AWD _FITTSBlJl Connecting direct at Philadelphia with Through Tn trom. BostonNew York, and all points t.nst&nd 1;' Union Depot at Pittsburg with Through Trains to 1 from all points in the West, Northwest, and South'" —thus furnishing facilities for the _traneportvip:: Passengers unsurpassed for speed and oorafnrt hr_;:' other route. . Express and Fast Lines ran _tfcreigfc is Fvrt withoutohsngeof Cars or Conductors. All thro::. >_j ¦enger Trains provided with _Loughnose * .' .«_' . RrAk-iMit under _nnrfaot _oontrnl of the meat? thus adding muoh to tho _eafetr of _traveiicw. Smoking Cars are attached to _caoh Tram ; _^_cotis. _Sleepins Cars to Expraas and Fast ir&»w- / EXPRESS RUNS DAILY .• Mail and ??$¦* hm< ¦ _' « dV ti3_fflt8kleaves _Pfeilade2pki» at 8.00 A. M. Fa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

British View* of the Secession Move-- ¦ ment. AMERICAN _IHFATtTATIOM COHCSBKINO _BHO11 _' AH0. [From the liondon Economist, Jan. 28,1981.] _^ There is something truly astounding in the infatuations which seem to possess the _politwians in the Southern States of America. They have not only persuaded themselves into something that has all the strength, if not the intellectual weight of a moral c onviction, that the cause of riavory is a holy arid sacred cause in which they who suffer loss are heroes and martyrs, but they have also fully persuaded themselves that all who differ from them are the unfortunate subjects of a mere fauciful hallucination which the slightest pressure of real self-interest will dissipate at _onoe. They seem really to believe' that England is as ready to support them, if they can but offer her sufficient interested motive for doing soas she would be, for similar inducements, to sustain Italy against Austria, or Prussia against France. « Cotton i3 Kins-" they ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

_8AJM8_pW_^^_S^~_-~ ~ _B _EOONI) _SFRmo _"^^ _55018 iHB 8H0BB _atiBBBKm f&SS&Jfa uv&E_^* *_"*1 _^ods lrom firstoX _^^ito%n %T examination, with catalogues, miriv on the moraing ofjaaw __ _SsTT pInOOAST, AUOTIOKSER, Sue L\* "»""*«* B- 8°°* *•J &o.,&o. _xr.is Morntet- _, . veils, &c. LINENS. . _ pieces superior _wality shirtmrhnens. A line of a,sortIdB _^Ss_%_^alSnn. Sh _vclvat nbbon' JOINED BLONDS AND LACES. Also _. _whfte silk joined_^to _ads _^oging laces, kc. Few style Stella _shawl ^^' Men ' swool _^g_^^J_^ife'&e _" -lotsmenW _to_^boa_^andsho_^ bead goods, &o_. ¦ * SALE OF LIVERP_^O_^_C_^AN_^ DIP WARE. On Friday Morning, _Silsisia_^ of styles and patterns . .— SPSS1 S£_SS££_Lffi£_M.i_£ _«_nra«r nf SIXTH and RACE Streets. _thnf s_^l _Mlline pVioesTBold _teVar and _lenine watches, liver tevlran1 !CS?watches,. English,_$_n"_i »J French _watohes, at astonishingly lentJ™*%\?^l mdescription, very lowt guns, Pistotet ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

ARRIVED 8chr Geo H Townsecd, Patterson. 3 _dajs from Norfolkwith coal to cap am. f ohr M _Reinhart. Peterson, 13 dajs from Mew Orlea' B-wuhsugar. <fco. to A Heron. Jr, ft. Co. _fohr J B Austin, Davis, 3 days from New York, with _mdse to Cant. in. Mr S _Seymo >rPalmer, S da?8 from Alexandriawith tnd«e to 'inos WebsterJr ; left at _elaware City, sobr* Geo w Krebs, from _Baltimore, and William and John, from Norfolk, both bound to Philadelphia. CliEAETSDSteamship Virginia, Kelly, Norfolk and .Richmond, T WebsterJr. Bohr Helen. Long, Kingston. JaD N Wetzler & Co. Scar Blew Jersey, Clothier, Charleston, 8 C, Sinniokeon & Glover. Bohr WSaulsbury, Hudson, Charleston, A Heron, Jr k Co. Str J 8 Shnver, Dennis, Baltimore, A Grove*. Jr. (Correspondence of the Philadelphia Exchange.) ¦ - _ ¦ • ¦ USWE8. i)el. Fob 11. Nothing passed out yesterday. The bark White Winglor Laguayraremains atharboT; also at harDor bark America, Christian, from Barbados Jan 11; le...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

SKIPPING _^fS_»_fe FOR THE SOUTH.—OHARLJIS nfffffri TON AND SAVANNAH STEAMSHIPS. FREIGHT REDUCE i. ' . Heavy freight at an average of _fjftesh per oeat. below Wew York Steamship rates. FOR SAVANNAH. Gil. The U. S. Mail steamship STATB of GEORGIA, Captain John J. B&Tvio, will sail for Savannah on Saturday, February 16, at 10 o'clock A. M. The U. 3. Mail steamship KEYSTON B STATECapt. Marshman, "wrl sail for Savannah on Saturday, February 9, at 10 o'clook A- M. ¦ FOR CHARLESTON, S. C. On goods for Charleston, a deduction of 25 per cent. from tho freight charge to Savannah. Railroad A gent a* Savannah Will promptly forward all goods consigned to bis oare _MT Goods received and Bills of Lading signed ever; d_»T. ¦ ' ¦¦ - _' '¦ _- _' ¦¦ ;- : . ' ¦ ¦ ' • ¦ T-ho splencie<t first-class side wheel Steamships KEYSTONES »• ATE and STATE OF GEORGIA now run as above every- two weeks, thus forming & "weekly communication With Charleston and Bavannak, and the South a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

SALES BY AUCTlOIf . THOMAS ~ &_^ONS, • Nob. _13_JJ and 141 800th FOURTH _jj,.. (Formerly Nos. 67 and 69.) ( < CARD .—Our sa_|e to-morrow mornine at th_» » ' Store, will comprise, _beirtea an attractive ai_,* _^ of superior walnut furniture, ssveral waffij'Kt ^^_CatelogSKV ready, and the _nrtiale, _, " "_" forexam _inatuia lT MsiM STOCKS AND _RKAI, VS'I'V''- for nrgivingVulHeHeriptionsoi all the p_^_Wt J BOld «_#2EOTItW?y p RlVATR 8ALF _' mar We ha.ve a _larire amount of real <>B_»at*¦... saleTinoluding every desonption or city m!_%*». property. _^ _Sffik^^* _ffi_^_r_^ 3G?~ Real estate entered on our privat e sale re»;„ and advertised oooasionally m . our public mhlll •«?! (of which one thousand copies are printed »» free of oharge. ¥e! «j, EXEC'_.TORS' _^LI_?:-FiiBRUARY ]_-» Estate of James C. FisherEra. _deonB.'I'_j FIRST-CLASH OHES-fNUT-BTBElST Ir_^, Our sale 19th February will include the %_,^' i valuable estate youth side of _Chentput nree \J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 13 February 1861

. MEDICINAIi. OAK ORCHARD ACID SPRINGS. These _Springs are situated in the> valley of the Oak Orchard Creek.in the town of . Alabama, Genese* eo fjf. Y?feight miieasouth of the village of Medina,an the Erie 6anil, and fourteen miles from Batavia. _- ilr The principal Aoid Springs are tnree in _Jfjniber i besides these there are six others. Thej are all looated mthto a cfrottit of about fiftT rods.. The medicinal Jdahties of the waters are fully shown m the subjoined testimonials. Thej contain a very large amonntof SulphurTsu tphuric Add Sulphate ef Limeand Proto-Sulphate of Iron. The great mediomal virtues possessed by these waters depend very largely upon the presence, in such unusual quantities, of these onrative "tt _HuSdre e #s of oases of diseaseespecially those resnltmg from the _iorofulous diathesis, have been cured by _tt_^a* n akin diseases—even in confirmed leprosy—the waters have been signally successful. Opinions of medical and soientino gentlemen are given ...

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