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

_MACHINERY AND IRON _4£$*_t. PENN STEAM ENGINE AND _SsSBSeaBOILEK WOKKS.-NEAFIB k LEVY, f*ACTIC|Lg ANB'_TMORETI_^L ENSINEEKs ' , MAypJLrilo 1 OxJiUl LitUlL- IH A K _Kitg_, _iJljACXSMITUS, and FOUNDERS, havinr, foi msnr _yoara, l»en in ¦ _necesHnl operation, and been ezaluMvalT _ensacod in budding and repairing Marmeand Kiver Engines, hi*l and low pressure, Iron Boats, Water _TanksTPropeilers_, *c&c, respectfully offer their services to the public, as being faliy prepared to eontraftt for _ISnsinet of ail sixes. MarineRivsr, and Stationary , _havms »©t« <sf paterna of dinersnt zir-os, are prepared to execute orders with <iuiok despatch. Krery _ds_«oriptipn of Pattern mazing maae as the _nhort6_st notice. High and Low Pressure, Flue, Tabular, and Cylinder Boilers, of tat best _Pennsylvania charcoal iron, Forcings, of all sues and kinds; Iron and Brass _Caatiats, of aU deecriptions; Boll Turnine, Screw Cuttinsand ail ether work connected with the above busmees...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

JOB PRINTING _^^^ _^. . »_JHE NEW JOB PRINTING OFFH1 or - THE PRESS " is prepared to exeoute neatly, cheaply. and expe_*1 ' ¦J XVXB.T _DXSCKIPTIOM Ot PLAIN AND ORNAMENTAL P8I_»II>: BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, PAPER BOOKS, CIRCULARS. SILL *** BLANKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION CARDS. POSTERS, HANDBILLS. _, _vkiiitiiis ros AUCTIONEERS, LAWYERS, MERCHANTS, _MANUFACTURE **_^ MECHANICS.S^' RAILROAD AND INSURANCE COMP- <_lSiF '1 • , _^i «_ST All order* left at the Pnblicatiott Office *>' Prut, No. _41T _OKEBWWWM Street, will M 'Jj. attended to. .. ......... . . i»|t>

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

KAILKOAU lA&KM y]: ' : _%: : \ x F; , i ' ' 11 ! ¦ ¦ i ' "" ' "X_^r_™ " _"_^ ff_^_g_^ _^^gg -PHILADELPHIA. WILMINGTON. andUALT1_MOREJRAILBOAD. o_4 and a_^r MONDAY, FEBRUARY 11. 1881, -i PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE PHIL _«DELPH£Ar For Baltimore «t _%18 A. M.. Unopn f Express), and 10JS0 P. M. For Chester at _S.W _^ A. M., W noon, 4.1B *n_^ 10_^0 P. M. For Wilmington at 8.18 A. M.. 13 noon. 4,18 and 10.60 P. M. For New Castle at 818 A.M. and 4.18 _PTM? For _SJiddlatown at 8.18 A. .M. and 4.18 P. M. For Dover at 8.18 A.M. and 4.16 P.M. Fot Harrington at 8.8s A. M. For Milford at 8.18 A. M. For Famington at8.l5A.M. For Seaford at8.18A.M. For Sahsbury at8UAt _Drains for philjdelphia " . Leave Baltimore at 8 JO A. M. (Express), 10.» A.M., and 6.10 P. M. Leave Wilmington at 7J0 and 11.80 A, IT, 148 and 8.»P.M. Leave Salisbury at LIOP.M. Leave Peafordat2.80P.M. _Uhhm _FWQMHrtm *i;4.10 . p:m. Leave Milford at 4 P_; M. Leave Hfmngton at _4.50P.M- Leave Dover at 9.08 A _^ M. andSJS P.M....

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

_SkimiSBBBSm _^VINTER AHKANGEg_*&-ttfr _* _tfgS!**_=S&» ME NT.—PHILADELPHIA. GERMANTOWN. AND NORRISTOWN RAILROAD. On and after MONDAY, Nov. 13,1880, FOR _GERMANTOWN. ' Leave Philadelphia, 678,9.10.11, and 13 A. M., 1, S, 8,SX,4,6.8_«,6,f8S,10_i,andllMP.M. Leave German town, 6,7, 7H, 8, Sit. 9. 10,11 and 13 A. M., 1,3,3.4,8,6,6J4.7,8.9, and 1OJ_£ P. M. ON SUNDAYS, Leave Philadelphia, 9.06 min. A. M., 3, 7, and 10_X Leave Germantown. 8.10 nun. A. M., 1.10 min., 6, and 9KP.M. '___ CHESTNUT HILL RAILROAD. Leave Philadelphia, 8 _> 8,10, and 13 A. M., 3, 4,3,8, andlOJf P. M. Leave Chestnut Hill710, 7.35, 8.40, and 9-40. and 11.40 A. IK., 1.40,3.40.8.10. and 8.40 P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia. 9.05 A. M.3, and 7 P. M. Leave Chestnut Hill, 7_^0min, A. M., 1380, 6.40, and 9.10 mm. P. _al.-. FOR CONSHOHOCKEN AND NORRISTOWN. Leave Philadelphia, 6.50,7H. 905, and 11.05 nun. A. M., 1.05, S.05,4«. 5_^5 and 11_K P. M. Leave _fiornstown, 8. 7, &08,9, and 11...

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

_g _nnfa NORTH PENNSYLFOR _^ BBTHLEHEM, DoTfLK_^_oWtV MAUCH CHUNK, BAZLETON. and _ECKLEYT ¦ THREK THROUGH TRAINS. On and after MONDAY. December S. I860_Passeneer Trains wilt leave FRONT and WI LLO W Streets, Philadelphiadaily, (Sundays exoepted)as follows; At6.30 A. M.,( Express), for Bethlehem, Aliontown, Manoh Chunk, Hazleton, So. At 2-48P . . M.(Express)for BethlehemKaeton, fcc. This train reaches Kaston ate P. M.and makes close connection with NewJersey Central for New York. At 6 P. M., for Bethlehem, Allentown, Manoh Chunk, At 9 A. M. and 4 P M.. for _Doyiestown. At fi P. M., for Fort _Waalaneton. Thfl 8J01 A. M. Express train makes _eloae connection withttie Lehigh Valley Railroad at Bethlehem, being the shortest and most desirable route to all points i the Lehigh coal region. TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA. .Leave Bethlehem at 5.42 A. M., 9.15 A. M.,and5.38 at95» aYm l8d8lpWa for Fort WMhln St °» Philadelphia for Doyiestown at 4 P. M. Doylegtown for Philadelphia at 7 A. M. Fort ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

INSURANCE COM PANIES ; ¦raSSBsaESsasasffiU-. 18515 A8SET8. Coll. Loans secured by Bank Btook _^ Bona», ajm _^ _Other 'ffl_^ntsS_,!_mS_£ amounts due and m interest aooount-.j-.—— —— ¦ —- —-—• S _wg tn Cash in Tradesmen's Bank —•• • "_%_& _gg Gash on hand in drawer- - —— 3 _iiS 33 Cash in hands of Agents—~ I . Total assets .— _g« _M«,g LIABILITIES. Amount of premium to reinsure outstanding M _ow1^; ™_wrted_^^_nv.;:_nr::"_^_r:: __juwooo 819 OH 00 DIRECTORS. w „. David JajrneM.D., T Charles H- _Jtogers, JohnM. Whitalt, | John K.Walker Edward C.Koight _Bobert Shoemaker, Thomas 8 Stewart, William Rtruthers, Henry Lewis. Jr.. Stephen Coulter. tteBiy _jjavID JAVNE. M. D.. President JOHNM. _WHITALL, Vioe President. SAMUEL 8. MOON, Secretary. fe7-6t

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

_Jjater from South America* Files of Venezuelan papers have come to hand from Caracas to the 20thand Laguayra to the 21st ult. Congress was to meet at Caracas on the 20th, where the members were ar living very slowly. A dangerous conspiracy was discovered at Maraoaibo on the night of the 7th, the very night the conspirators had fixed on for' a demonstration, and nipped before the fellows could do more than commence. Most of them made their escape under cover of the darkness. According to advices from Barcelonadated January 9, Julio _Monagas was in that province, deserted by all his followers, except a few desperate criminalswho have n_« hope of any mercy in this world, and are afraid to surrender. General Jose _Tadso Monagas, who is in the island of Trinidad, is said to be suffering extreme poverty. The Independicnte of Caraoaa publishes a call on charitable persons to subscribe sufficient to keep the unfortunate man from dying of starvation The desire that General Paez, at pres...

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

" A httle. but often, fills the Purse. " RANKLIN SAVING FUND, No. . 136 South FOUJfTH _Straet, between ! Chestnut and Walnut, Philadelphia, pays aS £ desoaitson demand. .... • ¦ **•'"•" _, £ ' _DepoBitors'money ucored by Government. . 3 State, and City Loans, Ground Rents, Mort- U <J gazesocc_. • ¦ ' .. . »> fcl _Thia Company deems safety better than _larue 5 ¦2 . profits, oonseq.uently will run no risk with depo- S sitors' moneybut have it at all times ready to S §: return with 8 per cent, interestto tie owner 2 _« as they have always done. This ComWv 3 w-neversuspended. vompany, = I Females, married or single, and Minor. «-*ilB S deposit in their own _riKht. and «uoh JeSSSSH' 9 •3_: be withdrawn oni,v by their eoaseBt- °°n J S _1 j i Charter perpetual. Incori.oraSd _%r _tha Ht_*t_« 2 _"! of Pennatlvania, with _authority tot-SSS I! _^I_^M_' f^^^^- Cadwallader, 1 2 ir.i_^ _^^"JV Georee Russell, S _^ Malachi W. Sloan, Charles Laning g Si Jeremiah Comfort. Be. ryDelany...

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

Constipation or Costiveness. No one of the " many ilk flesh is heir to " is so prevalent, so little understood, and so muoh neglected as _Costtv6n«8s, often originating ia earetass&ess, or sedentary habits. It is regarded a* a slight disorder, of too little consequence to excite ' anxiety, while in 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 tho lighter evils of whioh Costiveness is the usual attendant are Headache, Colic, Rheumatism, Foul Breath, Files, and others of like nature, while a long train of frightful diseases, such as Malignant Fevers, _Aboesset, Dysentery, _Diarrheca, Dyspepsia, Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Paralysis, Hysteria. Hypoohondriasis, Melancholy, and Insanity, first indicate heir presence in the system by thia alarming symptom. Not unfrequentlr the diseases named originate in Constipation, but take on an independent existence unl...

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

• " From Liberia. In the Colonization Herald, lor this month, we find tbe message of President Benson to the Legislature of Liberia- Affairs are in a highly prosperous condition. The receipts into tbe public treasury for the year ending September 30,1860, were $67 334, and the disbursements $67 650. The former shows an increase of $20 722: the latter includes the _cayment of nearly $12,000 of indebtedness Peace continues to prevail with the surrounding native tribes, and tranquillity among the LiberianB. Only one difficulty remained, with a tribe about thirty-five miles from Cape _Palmas, and the propriety of _sending an expedition thither is submitted for consideration. The production ot exportable articles in 1860 was more than two hundred per cent, in advance of the preceding year. The national fair, instituted a few years ago, had done much to stimulate general industry. Ihe natives were devoting themselves to the proeuotion of palm oil dyewoods, cotton-cloths, Ac.; while civi...

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

COPARTNERSHIP NOTICES OAIRMOUST MACHINE WORKS, J? WOOD St., between Twen_»-l_^t and Twentysecond. j&maDiiBiiea law. «¦ r *¦ t Th« _nnrinraitrnad successor to the late firm of J. * a» •off?inn w?_U _iStiiiie toe business m all its branches as J"5_&!' _PowerTooms andall maohinesconnected wtrtem. _tmbJssing _Cfenders. Lard Oil Pre««s, 8 _^_Sfe!_Katt h _favoK _wolld_^peotfu lly solicit Philadelphia, Jan. 22.1861. 1***om TTRPHY-WBTPPLS IRON BRIDGE. McSSS_^_ggjJgTKWW. ilfiiiiil

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

_MISCELLANEOUS. TOE AMALGAMATION OP LANGUAGES.—There is a trowing tendenoy in this age to appropriate the most expressive words of other languages, and after a while to Incorporate them into our own; thus the word Cephalic whioh is from the Greek, signifying " for the head," i_« now becomine popularised in connection with Mr. Spaldtng's great headache remedy, but it will soon be used in a more general way, and the word Cephalic will become aa common ha Electrotype and many others whose distinction aa foreign words has been worn away by common usage, until they seem " native and to the manor born."

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

L.EGAJL I _^i_^rHioRPHANS' COURT FOR THE niTVANB _COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. iSSH M !aSlth84t Attorney tor the Widow.

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

__ _Ej3PREgg COMPANIES. _laim/Sm i THE _ADAMTixPRi * «»_k * _K. S;_SAMDFORP,

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

g5i Gardner,_Plupp.t Cc _- .txtra Sugar-cured bagJS WiSPliS_^ Jb ftJifi'PH"_* *nbaK ,d do. 1*0 do. _Chty _BmokidShouJdirs. for Bale dt " _*U St5t iifAW_^jk M THOMAS & SONS, • Jffo». 13« and 141i Sooth FOURTu o (Formerly Nob, erand ra,_; w 8l ?<»_i. THB NEAT MODER_^ RESIDENCE N , Fifteenth street, will be held at private _aiuPi _^_innn dayi_. at a moderate price. te sa| e for s, fJ_>t WBtSMMOHi CARD- — _O_"'- ""I? th J" "orning at tK 1-Store, will oomprwe, be.uu.8 an _attraotLft8 _Auofa_^ of superior walnut furnitureseveral »9 .?«on3 Me sV»oow-oaBes. 3 very laree and eletT,,"1 !1 _,1 b «? 'Sichandeliers S nit u-hsht eh8nae_1fer l gllt Withi npenor o rgan, suitable for a cburoh , bed. _Ih «»_WiS _oSrpeS, *»., worthy the attention' oT_^W_^ t _W&SS_^_SSW ready, and the _«Uol_,7h °B _* forexaminatiof. _^ "• »r ria,_^ STOCKS AND REAL i-ST»*p-. SALES AT THE EXCHANGE EVER? Tr-t. °_aP _^Handbius of each property _issueil a.:, _lE8_D»v addition to whioh we ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 14 February 1861

D RI Y Y W K L h S~0W_8_*_#_y to _^^_Aitiw1

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

SALES BY _AUCTION

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

_fhe Union [The following letter, from R. M. Lee, _Etq , of thii city, to Senator BigUr, though not intended for publication, contains soeh pregnant truta that we take leave to pnbliih it.—Ed .J \ Phii-adhphia, Feb. 9,1861. How. W». Bi6i.SK—Hv Dear Sir: Yoor efforti for the maintenance of the Union in its integrity are properly appreciated at home in our old State, oar faithful State, the people of which have ever baen the advocates of fall and equal justice to oar brethren of the South, and hare just cause of complaint against them for their hasty and rain proceedings in showing a willingness to leavens •-'to divide the Union. It is the burning desire of the Black Republicans, or a portion of them, the accomplishment of _whish would be the _qnly reward they seek for the labor of years. How, is it that our Southern Democratic friends. have not, and do not understand this ? They seem to be co-operating with them, while, if they pro* perly understood their end and aim, It is c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

HIGH SCHOOL COMMENCEMENT ¦¦ • _BRIIiXIANT SCENE. The- Speeoh.es—Tlie Q-radixates-The _Faculty. Yesterday morning, at 10 o'clock, the High School Commeooemont, for the Forty-fifth Term, came off at Concert Hall. The usual _success attended the exhibition. At nine o'clock, when tne aoors were opened, the throng that- sought ingress numbered moro than a _thouaand. The _ruBh for admission was frightful, accompanied by short _soreams and shouts, that indicated a torn dress or a bruised limb There were many with tickets who did not credit to the Commencement; misses whose _dondnot might have beea reprehensible in boys, and -boys of few winters, who behaved throughout the proceedings in a most disorderly manner. . . * , The scene within the hall was of the usual magnificence ; nearly two thousand ladies, gaily attired, and as many of the sterner sex as gave man-Unes3 and character to the affair. Tne boxes and gallery, at opposite ends of the hall, were crowded ; people stood by hundr...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 February 1861

Bacon continued Solicitor-Gereral for six years, during which time his _practice at the bar so largely increased that his _insoihe from al sources must have been £12,000 _^S_? r- -eqn&l to five times that amount in _onv<^, _^m If he made it, he conld spend it; his _ex_^fl?agance kept pace with his means—yes, and out-ran them too. In November, 1612, Bacon vainly sues for the Mastership of the Court of Wards, a lucrative ' and honorable office, held a few months before by Cecil. The previous year, however, he had been made joint Judge of the Knight Marshals' Court, still retaining his So-Ucitor-Generalship. In 1613, on Coke's promotion to the Bench, Bacon became Attor- FEIDAY, FEBRUARY 15_» 1861. Dixon ' s Apology for " _JLord Bacon. "* [SECOKD NOTICE.] We left Francis Bacon in his honeymoon, and proceed now to trace the later events of his life. In June, 1607, after a very powerful speech in the House of Commons, in support of the proposal for the Union, a subject ...

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