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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

HAIR BESTORA.T1VE. _mli_^_fSoiw_^_FioND_^i_^JNioN EVER YET INVENTED, NOT ONLY BETWEEN THB NORTH AN© SOUTH, BOX ALSO - _BEIWEES YOUTH AND OLD AGE. But let other* speak while we remain silent. Readfoi yourselves: St. Louis . July 10, I860. O. J. Wood, Esq.: Dear Sir—Allow ma the pleasure and satislaotion to transmit to you the beneficial effects of your Hair Restorative after a trial of five Tears. I commenced using your Restorative in January, 1865. since which time I have not been without a bottle on hand. When I commenced the use, my hair was quite thin, and at least one-third gray A few applications stopped its falling, and in three weela time there waa not a gray hair to be found, neither has there been up to this time. After my hair was completely restored, I continued its use by applying two or three times per month. My hair has ever continued healthy, soft and glossy, and my scalp perfectly free from dandruff. I do not imagine the faota above mentioned will be of any par* ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

GENERAL. NEWS. Agriculture ih _LouisiANA.—The Franklin (St. Mary) Register, of the 24th ult., says: Everything in the agricultural line is now at a dead stand-still among our planters The unpropitious weather has put a stop to all kinds of work in the fieldthe garden, and the parterre. Tbe only thing that can be done with any advantage is pruning trees, grape vines, Ac. Ah yet, w* cannot arrive at anything like an approximation of the extent of the next sugar, orop. The winter, so far, has been quite mild, and no damage to toe matlayed or rattoon cane Is expected, though there is no telling what kind of weather the future may bring forth. Many of our planters still have a portion of their last year's crop an hand, though they are now beginning to ship right freely, and erelong the whole product of the Attakapas parishes will be in second hands. Tbaxn-way Safety.—Mr. Train, who has met with remarkable success in his metropolitan railways, writes as follows to the London papers:...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

_fT<HE E_^_TEJEKPSISK INSURANCE OOMPA^^ OF PHILADELPHA. (FIRE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY.) COMPANY'S BTTILDIN9, S. W. CORNER FOURTH AND WALNUT STREETS, DIRECTORS: F.1Utcb»or» Starr, _Mordecai L. _Dawioh_, WttLiAM McKee, ©bo. H. Stoart. Nalbro Frazibr, John H. _Browm, John !W. At wood, J*. A. _Fahnbstock, _Bbiw. T. Tredicx, Asdrbw D. Cash, a» ^^>_-_^TOHFOr R_^ffARl_*P _' re.ident. CHARLES W.COXE, Seoretarr. tola F AME INSURANCE COMPANY, No. 406 CHESTNUT _STREET. _PHiL&DXLPHiAt Januarv 28,1861. The following statement of the _FaMEJWSO AtNCB COMPANY. 0? their condition on the 31st day oflDeoember, 18(0, is published in aooordanoe with act of Ab" cAPITAL, cuthorizedand _BubHcribed.....8100, M AmO«ntP_^in _^ ^™ -~ _W _885 10 Bonds and _Mortgajtes. —- ®^>^ _22 Philada. city 6 per centsoost™~ _§_S222 Demand Lo 1 ns on collateral „—„ 8 m 00 Bill* receivable...—-...._-........am 03 Real Estate-~.~^--. _—._» ¦ 2,60000 Balanoes due, beme premiums earned on open poli...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

TNSURANC30 COMPANY OF THE M. STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA-FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE - Nos. 4 AND SEXCHANGE Chartered in 1794~Capital 9S0O_^0O-Feb. 1, 1860, cash value, 9438,793 77. AU invested in sound and available woantiea—ccntinue to insure on _Yesoels and CargoesBuildings, Stocks of Merchandise, _fco _^ on liberal terms. HemrD. Sherrerd, George H. Stuart, Simeon Toby. Samuel Grant, Jr., Charles Maoalester, Tobias _Waraarj WillianiS. Smith, Thomas B. Wattson, John B. _Budd Henry G. Freeman, William R. white, Charles S. Lewis, _ George C. Carton. ¦ ¦ ___ ,r. „ HENRY D. 8HERRERD, President WILLIAM HARPER. Secretary. i_«9-tf EXCHANGE INSURANOE OOMPANT _^ _^ -Office No. 409 WALNUT Street. FIRE _INStTRANCE on Houses and Merchandise generally, on favorable terms, either limited or perpetual. DIRE3TORS: Jeremiah _Bonsall, Thomas Marsh, John Q.. Ginnodo, Charles Thompson, Edward D. Roberts, James T. Hale, Samuel L. Smedley, Joshua T. Owen, Reuben C. Hale, , John J. Griffiths. _JEREMIAH _BONSA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

Fiendish Attempt to Murder a Family with an Infernal Machine. [From the _Pittsbnrg Gaeette, of Monday .J One of the most hellish attempts at wholesale murder ever made In this locality w_«_JW_£*£J! on Saturday night, in the borough o ^**f«f? _YillMhe scene Sf which was at the residence of A. bnrir were aroused by a terriblo explosion, _waton _SslsrssasagSSSl_^ plosion originate* from an infernal machine, which r.ThA«n Blaced in the wf ndoir-sill of a room in the _low_^_St o_?Mr fl' s h_^e. The room contained _STtSToSSiip tod by Mr H. and wife, and the 1b7 had only retired abeut naif an hoar before, _aavtiur b een sitting at the window where the machine was placed, awaiting the arrival of a physician who had been sent for to minister to a member of the family, then ill. The occupants of the room were suddenly awakened by the _shoofe, and fonnd the room literally covered with fragments of glass and bullets, several of which were imbedded In the wall, while the beds were also strew...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF TRADE. B. O. BIDDLE. J WM. C. KEEBMLB, f Committbk of KB Month JUtfri i_*-_« Ai/1/ICK.Si _^ liKTTJSB. BAGS At _thB Merchants' Mssctumga, Fhiladelvhim. Ship Saranak, Rowland™—„_,..-_?.Liverpool, Feb 38 Bark irma. Wortinger, , ,. _Barbadoes. toon Bark American, Christian— „..__._Barbadoea soon BrjREiia Keed, uavn.. _^-................Havana,aoon Schr Indian Queen. Hardy _fiaroadoei. Feb 8 MARINE INTELLIGENCE. PORT OF PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 14,1861. mSHR WATEr —641~8UN 8ETS 1 Vi flUjll " ftTfvn-i_._it_.n-i ¦¦ t I. I, , ..11.1, .1, a ; ARRIVED. _Sehr Emm* Anderson, (Br) Heisler. 9 days from Halifax_, with fish to c-ptsin ; towed up bj tae Rover. Bohr White _^o all. 8h_»rp 8d«w* from Morru River, ft J, in ballast to Nevin 8»wjer&Co. Steamer K Willing, Ciaypool, 14 hoars from Baltimore vi* canal, with _mase and paesencera to i tirOvei,Jr. Steamer Boston, _Crookar_, 20 hours from New York. with mdse, *oto James AHderdioe; at T& A M, o Fonrt-en Feet...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

smrpiN<*, ._gSfSMMt FOR THE SOUTH.—CHARLES _SSbbbiVton and savannah steamships. FREIGHT _KEBUCEis Heavy freight at an average of fiftbkh per cent below New York Steamship rates. FOR SAVANNA*?. <3A. The IT. _f. Mail steamship STATE of GEORGIA, Cap ain John J. Garvin, will sail for Savannah on Saturday, February 18, at 10 o'clock A. M. Tne 0.8. Mail Steamship KEYSTONK STATE, Capt_, Marshman, wi 1 sail for Savannah on Saturday, February 9, at 10 o'clock A-jTC ;_ ¦ _ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ FOB. CHARLESTON, 8, C. On goods for _Charleston, a deduction of 26 per cent_, from the freight oharge to _Savannah. Railroad Agent at Savannah will promptly forward all goods consigned to bis care. 10~ Goods received and Bills of Lading signed every day... . ¦ ¦ - ¦ - .- ¦¦-¦' . ¦ . ¦ . .. ¦ ¦ ¦•:. _Tha splende_^ first-olaasside wheel Steamships KEYSTONE 81 ATE and STATE OF GEORGrAnowrun as above every two weeksthus forming a weekly communicationwith Charleston and Savannah, and the South and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

A British _CAPrAis Tabbed ahd Feathbked is Savahnah —We published a day or two since a telegraph statement that an English captain had been tarred and feathered by a mob in Savannah. We learn, through a gentleman just arrived from that place, the _particulars of the outrage. It appears that the captain had employed a free negro stevedore to load bis vessel- He was very anxious to push the work, and for this purpose encouraged the stevedore to unusual efforts by various little acts of kindness which he considered calculated to aid him in the accomplishment of bis purpose. Among other things, he invited him to take his dinner * on shipboard. The invitation was accepted. This annoyed the mate, who communicated to some of his acquaintances on shore, with embellishments, what tae captain had done. It required no great effort to raise the cry of " Abolitionist" against the captain, nor to induce a gang of drunken rascals to resolve upon his summary punishment. The plan adopted was carri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

. : : • ¦ »< AiJLK4_JAi> . k_._LIS _«_:«.. ¦ iiE pmmyL_$&MZ_* on _» ti i eIi JtAHiXOAs). KOC MILES DiiUBUH "3KAC_.H I860. _S_^smsm-Mi *** _^_raftpfflWir _^ THREE THROUGH PASSENGER _TRAlM BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA AND PITTJ»bli< Connecting direct at Philadelphia with Through _Tnti bom Boston, New York, and all points £.aet, and :vct Vmon Depot at Pittsburg with Through Trains to u from all points in the West, Northwest, and Sou-.hii —thus furnishing facilities for the _transpprWio: , raMeBfennnaurpawwafor * _«peed ana oojr.ron :_k other route. __, ¦ ¦ , . ¦ Express and Fast _Liacs ran tkromgat_» Pittstir, without change of Cars or Conductor*. All tbroues h ¦enger Trainii provided with Ltmghridre' * ftte Braie—«_peed under perfeqt control of the tniim thus adding much to the safety of travellers. Smoking Cars are attached to eaoh Train: *_Wootrafi Sleeping Cars to Express and Fa*t _Traini, Ta EXPRESS RUNS DAILY: Mail and FutliiceMr days excepted. Mail Tram le...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

STOCKS. 4c • On _TueidBT. February 19, at 12 o'clock noon, at the p-_?- , Exchange- - -, , „_, . _^"_^elpin 1,72! share" Bohemian Mining _Company. _lOshven Spring Garden Fire Insurance Co P _¥_shares Aroh-street Theatre—par 5_kq Sl "" EXECUTORS' R_*LE~FEBRUARY to Estate of James C. Fisher, Eiq..o»r« 19 ' FIRST-CLASS OrIB8'lNUT- 8TBEEr H»_r_¥*fl' Oar sale 19th February will include th, i ' .1 ***? valuable estate south side of Chestnut _etreet _P8 ** Kleventh and Twelfth areetn.®feet ii&_* _fr*tl 339 feet in depth, to Sansom street. Pul ™.B f ">5'. ready in handbills. l p&rticakJ reaay mUBU 0RPHANf,, COURT SALE Also, by order of Orphans' Court, the estate nrt_, Peremptory gale.—NKAT MODERN RpsIrit.K No. 1804 Locust street, opposite Kittenh_™,iD PCE, Lot 20 feet front. The house is finished wit! Ji?"1 "_' dern conveniences. May be examined ani h. ""• vious to sale. Sale absolute. fl ' «V j» REAL ESTATE_\8ALE-FBBRUaHV 3c Orphans' Court Sft_'e—Estate of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

O.EPHALIG "FXXiIiS CUBS SICK HEADACHE! OEPHALIO_: PILLS CUBE NERVOUS HEADACHE! OEPHALIO1 PILLS CURE ALL KINDS Of HEADSCJIE! By the use of these Pills the periodical attacks otNer-9ou$ or Sick Htada'he _m&y be prevented; and if taken at the comirenooment of an attack immediate relief from _paift and aiekness _*r_>ll be _obtained. They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and Htadaekt to whioh females are so subject. They act gently on the bowels, removing Costiventss For Literary Menr Students, Delicate Females, and all persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a Laxative, improving the appetite, giving tone and vigor to the digestive organs, and restoring the natural elasticity and strength to the wnole system. The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of long investigation and carefully conducted experiments, havin* _oeen in use many years, during which time they have prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and Buffering from _Headaohe, whether originati...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

A Real Blessing. _Pkysitian.—Well, Mrs. Jones, how is that headache ? Mrt Jones.—Gone! Doctor, all gone! the pill you sent cured me in just twe t ty minutes, aad I wish you would send me more, so that I can have them handy. Physician.—You can get them at any Druggist's. Cal for Cephalic Pills. I find they never fail, and I recommend them mall cases of Headache. Mrs. Jones,—I shall send for a box directly, and'_aijall tell all my suffering friends, for they are a real H*_gsi%* _Wwxnrr _Millions 0* Dor.lA.U8 sated.—Mr. Spslding has sold two millions of bottles of his celebrated Prepft-Bd _Olae, and it is eshinrted that each bottle saves at least ten _doUiurV -worth of _brnkan.fiirnitnrJithUBinaking an aggregate of twenty millions of dollars reclaimed from total loss by 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 Pills, and if they are as good as his Glue, Heada...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

MEDICINAL. _gYgggF_^A _^ _KJEMfiBYr_" AKOMAT_%?^if_^ml 8PIK» ™!ti*^_X^^^ Dyspepsia. NervousnessHeart-Burn, . Colts PainsWind in tht Stomachor Pains vn the _Bowels, Headache, DrowsinessK?an*V ComplaintsLow Spirits, _DsUrtum _Trtmtns, Intsmptrance. i* smmwi.amsexhilakats8, _invisobamw_. bws will not Intoxicate or _Stupest. Ana Medicine it is qgiok and. effectual, _^ ouring . the mostaggravated oases of DyspepsiaKidney _Compiamts j and alfothor _dorahgementa of ihe Stomach and Bowels mit " wifl _wsStlyr * revive tht> most melancholy and drooping spirits, and restore the weak, nervous, and sickly to health* _strength, and vigor. ¦ i. _„_ Persons who, fromtoe injudicious use of utuonhave bsoome dejectedand their nervous systems snatterea, constitutions broken downand subject to that _nomow curse to humanity, the _DBtraroM Txbmens, will,, almost immediately, feel the happy and healthy invigorating efficacy of .Dr. Ham's Invigoratins Spirit, WHAT IT WILL DO. Dosb.—One wine glass...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

_nSLmmgB/m _Philadelphia sWW-.Mtf-*^B_^"qjgli.-AT«-p READING RAILMORNING LINES, DAILY. (Sundays exoopted.) _^_S_^&^^^F_^h^' nrnniWiWirM r_'t _^V SF&L_*!. rittsburg j the _uuMBJiKLAND VALLEY 1.05 P.M. train rnnninr to r_^r? _^U |fAT9_^RS ie rl_^"Ua ?a the »O .RTHKr1 _wsn ikal RAILROAD 1 P. M. train, running to Sun-Dury, eco. , - _ AFTERNOON LINES. Leave New Depotoorner of BROAD and callow. 0 _Sr_¥_hiSi5_«.f rjtt i1 ' Aiys _«r_^A«{PM«enger entrances _MME_^^iK_^_w _^^^ii owted.) * **Pt * _'B _^7_» (Sunday* ex-D_1BTANCES VIA PHILADELPHIA AND READING ¦ ..".' ¦ ¦ . " ¦ R A T11 fliOj_^TK_^- ' From _PHtLAnBLPHiA. Miles, To PhoKnixvUle . 38} Reading—. .— 68(Philadelphiaand Reading Har_^B .feZr7_^-i_§rnd LBbMoa VaUey _*_-_* Dauphin _-_«>. _^. .^».1341 _gg_^_5o5_i _-|} »«_ttsai_^ ' Northumberlaladllllan i I j ewaburf ^_ ^_m Mlltnn - ._'... - ^___ las _wlfe_^rtnr~i2 8nn!rarT md &tiB *• * Jersey Shore , , m Look Haven «^_ ../.»> Ralston- , ,. _' Mf * ISS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

SifcfcBS ^^^_f_^_S_^-_^-_^^- _BSOOKB BPMHa _-^^OM AIU> "_"0 ™ _jgaBt iB&& dren'_s calt, S<»»» _^ _aMortment of oitr-made goodii _eufbTOng afalf a_^ortment of fresh goods xrom fi"t-•WSSalSMSepfcr examination, with oatalogueB, earn on the m"'"8 _"_*nf **" — — _^ v PANOOA8T, AUCTIONEER, Sao If. leir^^. _^. _^l CHESTNII'FSt. of _styfes and patterns OIL OF COGNAC AT PRIVATE SALE. _^n> " wiiTri»ited pure oil of cognac. . 5SES NATHANS, AUCTIONEER 2nS COMMISSION MERCHANT, ioutheart _eorner of SIXTH andRACJB _Streete, _._liftB_^fSSfflt&iusaas vaii0 ,n p!eO nd,dr sinWumf_' _diamond breast-pin, only _SU0 _' OOSt_®m OUT DOOR BALES a _ttAnrf«d to _personally by the Auctioneer. oited. MONEY TO LOAN . S25.000 to loanat the lowest rates, on diamonds, watchesjewelrysilver plate, dry goods, clothing, grocerUaroUaraVhardwar_*. _outlery. pianos, mirrors, furniture, tedding, aud on goods of _everyjM«_m»»«a,J« large or small amounts, from one dollar to t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

The Western Pennsylvania Penitentiary IFrom the _Pittsburg _Despatch ] The Board of Inspectors of the Western Penitentiary have made a report of the condition of the institution for the past year. Oat of four hundred and nineteen prisoners but two have died during the year, or one death in a population of two hundred and nine. Considering the previous habits of those sent there this is a remarkable exemption from mortality. The Iab_3r at the prisoners, as in former years, has been mostly confined to the manufacture of shoes and weaving, being trades which each could follow in his separate cell. Daring the year neither cf these departments have been remunerative, _evea when carried on with capital, machinery, and skilful mechanics. There were on the 4th of January three hundred and eleven prisoners in confinement in the two hundred and thirty cells of the prison, or eightyone cells containing two prisoners eaoh. whtle by law each prisoner should be separately confined. This state...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

» ardly Realized; Hi 'ad_*n orribie 'eadache this hafternoon, hand I stepped into the hapothecary's, hand says hi to the mas, " Can you hease me of an ' eadaohs ?» " Does it hache 'ard ?" says 'e. " Hexoeedingly." says hi, hand upon that 'eeave me a Cephalio Pill, hand 'pon me 'onor itouredmeso «iok that I '_nrdly realized I'ad 'ad an'eadaohe. ter _Hbadach* is the favorite sign by whioh nature makes known any deviation whatever from the natural state of the brain, and, viewed in this light, it may bo 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 neglected. Headaches may be classified under two names, viz: Symptomatic and Idiopathio. Symptomatic Headache is exceedingly common, and is tne precursor ot a great variety of diseases, among which are Apo p_!exy,Gout. Rheumatism, and all febrile diseases. In its nervous form it is sympathetic of disease of the stomach,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

f5_giCMs_»_i ELMIRA _PJJTjH $_^_AWGAW* mhAS>EhmlA _^ _QUICKEST ROUTE to TamaquaCatawiiM_._^ pert, Wilkesbarre, Soranton. DanvilleMiltonpliamsportTroy. Ralston, CantonElmira, Bl. _" Niagara FallsjtoohesterCleveland_. 'Detroit, Tc. »:» Chioago_, St. Lotus, Milwaukee, and all points _Non: _v Panenger trains will leave the new Depot _oUpJ~, Udelphiaand Reading Railroadoorner _BROAP,_5 - OALLOWHILL Streets, (_Paneniflr entrance on. .i lowhiil ¦treeti) daily (Sundays _exoBpted)* for *' ¦ points, aa follows: ft&Swifc"_-™—?S p- m jniJ._*3rJ3l* _^^J%_JTX%Jatf!_nf» m « nn, ,it.J.l _^_p,,,. _.g«" ¦ ^* The &00A_.M. train connects at Jtnpertfor _Wu* barre, Pittron, Soranton, and all station! _osV LACKAWANNA AND B_£00M8BUR6 _RAlLS&k The above trains make direet connections at ts--With the trains of the New York and Erie, _Canandw? and Niagara Falte, and Buffalo. New York and Ev.t._^ New York Central Railroads, from all points Kor»*.»- West, and the Canada*. Bagg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

1861. Swa« 1861. DELPHIAAND TRENTON RAILROAD CW8 LINES FROM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK AND WAY PLACES, VBOM WALNDT-BT. WHARF AND _XXKSIBSTOIT DXFOT WILL _LrfAVK AS FOLLOWS, VIZ : : ¦-. ' . ¦ . ¦'...''¦ ¦ FABX. At 8 A. M.via Camden and Ambpy, C. and A. Acoommodation........-»— ..08 SB At 8 A. M.via Camden and Jersey City, (a. J.) Accommodation —. .— _— —,— „,. 3 38 At 8 A. M., via Camden and Jersey City, Morning ¦ Mall ¦ 11. ¦ ii ¦«¦ ' *». ..i n i' ¦ i ¦" •' : ¦' ..'...-¦ ¦* _t ¦ ¦ ¦'....«« 500 At 1mA. M., via Kensington and Jersey City, Western Express.-.........«~- -— -™ S 00 At _laJS _f i M., via Camden and Am boy Aooornmodflt_^n ' ' ¦ _. ¦ ¦ , - - ¦, -, : .. -, - . - ., 3 25 At 2 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, C. and A. Ex-Vifffgf _. --,--,.-._!.,,,.,.......... ¦ ¦ ¦ ,.,.,,.,, 3 oo At 4% P. M., via Kensington and Jersey City, Evening Express.«™-_.—..«~.¦..¦... ¦.. ._~- 3 00 At 4>i P. M., via Kensington and Jersey City,3d ClawTioket _«..... - —--_~..-...¦¦..,.. ¦ 2 25 A* 6P. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

OF i ICE OF THB HARRISBURG, PORTSMOUTH. MOUNT JOY * LANCASTER BAIuROADCOMfANY.-PHiiiADBLPaiArFebruary_? 2_S61. . Proposals will be received at the office for the wh. le or akv part of 1909 shares of the _steck of this compan), until Friday. February >2d, 12 M., at which time said proposals will be opened in the presenoe of sneb bidders as may choose to attend, and the stock awarded to the highest offerers who can comply with the terms, which ar<- cash in the three days ending Tuesday, February 38th12 M. Providedsaid bids are not less than fifty dollars per share; and incase all is not bid far, the Directors reserve the right to dispose of only suoh portion as they may think proper. This stock bears interest at the rate of be»_bjc per cent, per _ancum. payable semi-annuaUv. on the nrst day ol Ju y and January in eaoh year, without any deduction for taxes and is guarantied by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, under the lease of this road to said company. It carries in...

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