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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

Jlfr. Motley's prose epic—London _Spkcxatoe Its pages are pregnant with instruction.—Tjonvov _LiTJEEARY Gazette. A book which abounds in beauties, and whith every body is either reading or is about to read.—London _ATHBNiEtJIit. _Aheady takes a _ratth among standard works of history.—London Critic. One of the most fascinating as well as important histories vfthe century—Cot. N. Y. _EvsuiNc Post. We may profit by almost every page of his narrative_. All the topics which agitate us now are more or less vividlii'pfesented in the History cf this United Netherlands,-'New Y_«ek Tifefij_> ¦_y Hah per & Brothers will send the above Work by Mail, postage prepaid ( for any distance m the United States under 3,000 miles), on receipt of the Money. feU-2t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

SA_KES Sri LILLTE'S SAFE DfPOT REMOVED Ifsjli to No. »l South SEV-bNTH Street, near Jthe FT _* heuSden rSd. thankful fcr_^voj""* betaf determined to merit future _patronaeei, hasipeoured an elelant and oonveniem storeand has now on hand a large assortment of _Lilly's _Celebratect _Wiouftht and ChftlidJroTi Flo and P«re «*«- _froof Pafes, ( the onb 1SS _firo and burglar proof e»reB made.) Also. liif-U_$B ot _Kualk?d Banii VaultSafe, and Rank 1 oo*.v _ l line's Bank Vault Doors and Looks will be furnished toOTdSr ouXrt notice. Th s is the ¦tronee.t. bestmntaoted. at.d cheapest Door sad Look yet offered. p aiSS »artieol»r attention is _oalled to _Lilite_'s New nabinet S«fe lor Plate, Jewelry, &o. This Safe is oonpedeu to surpass tn style and elegance na_« thing yet offered for this purpose , and ib the only one that is stnotly fire and burglar proof. ' ¦ • ¦ ._/ * 8FSCIAL No i ice.—I nave now on hand say twenty ot Fanei. Herring. & Co._'i Safesmost o_» them. nearl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

GEORGE G., EVANS' PUBLISHING HOUSE and GIFT-BOOK STORE. 439 CHESTNUT Street, NEW AND SELECT W0RK8. Life in the Old World, by Miss Bremer, _Svols.. ..$2 80 Manual for Volunteers and Militia, by Gilham 2 fiO Men and Times of toe .Revolution—~».-..._—-.-... 1 CO Ltfe ol Ganbaldi - ..»-. _> . ins Dutch Dominie of the Catskills,..-_ ._^. l a Romance of an Irish _Girl~_. ...._ l 00 Women of N. York, by Maria Louise _Hankins~.. 1 00 Sunny South— _„ ..._>....„ _.. 1 25 Throne of David _~_- _^^.. (K_» T...i. — ¦ _« Pillar of Fire ~_ _ .....{ Dv Ingraham._— 1 2S _S_^_JSIIS, nf th _,_» House, of David.-.) . — _^ 1 28 uS_*nn _xlx°/_j» _&?S_^flMtew-«-«_-^*~-«-.-. } 36 Ladies'Book of Ktwuette— — .109 Gents' Book of Etiquette.—-._..-.-.. .——.1 00 All the latest Standard and Miscellaneous Publications at the Publishers' regular; pnoes, and a beautiful Gift, worth from fiO oents tojtl», with ea_^, at GfFT-B5oKG _EMipoilUte fe« No. 439 CHESTNUT Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

Watch thh Health of xona Children Worms are a protino source of _siokness in ohildren They are seldom free from them, and b» thetr irritation all other diseases are aggravated. Convulsions, a* well as St Titus' dance, have been _superinduood by them, and death has been caused in extreme oases. Whenever the symptoms are observed, _suoh as -disturbed sleep, grinding of the teeth, itching of the nose, weakness of the bowels, slow fever, variable appetite, and _frstid breath. JAYNE'S TONJC VERMIFUGE shculd ba resorted to without delay. It is entirely harmleas, is readily taken br ohildren. effectually destroys Worms, and by its tome action invigorates the whole system. It is prepared only by Dr. D. JAYNE & SON, 249 CHEST NUT Street. fe9 13,16

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

ry-5=» OFFICE O_9 THE RELIANCE MD. Ik2 TUaL INSURANCE _COMfAWY, OF PHILADELPHIA. • . ¦ . FBBKUA.ET 6.1861. At an Electionheld on tbe . 4th instant, in pursuance of the chartertho following named gentlemen were unanimously elected Directors of this Company for the ensuing year: ClemTingley_, _Samuel Bispham_, Wm R. Thompson. Robert Steen, Frederick crown, Wm Musser_, Wm. _^_evenaon. Benj. W. _Tingley, John B. Worrell, Marshall Hill, H- L. Carson J. Johnson Brown, Robert Toland, Charles _Lelacd G_. D. _PcsRnearten. Jaonb T. _Kuntinc, ...Chaa.8_JWopd. ..- " ¦ SmithBoiren, Jaa-S. Woodward, John _Bissnu. Pitt *bUTg. And at a meeting of the Boardheld this dayCL" M TINGLbY. l*.sq., was _unanioiourlr re-elented Presidont. B. M HINCHMAN, fe7 _thstullt Secretary.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

_iHAKJtlJSU. REESE—YOUNG.—On Thursday, the Mth infantt>y Ber. J. H. Cu'hfcert, in Philadelphia, Mr. Benjamin T. Reese, of Chester oountr. Pa., to Miss Anna M.. daughter of James Young, Esq., of _Philidelrhja. * POWKH.—POWELu.—On the 13th inst.. by Friends' ceremony, at the residence of the hnde's father, in lTpp_«r Darby, .Delaware county, Hibberd Powell to Elizabeth, eldest _rianehtsr of _Georea Powell. * HELLYKR—DIVINE.—On the 31st ultimOi by Rev. Geo. _w. MaclaughUng. Mr. Joseph Hellyer to Miss Mary E. Divine, of Bustleton, _>*a. . * SCHALL—WhITK.—On t»e 13th instant, in this city, by the Rev. Dr. BombergerMr. Calvin Sehall, of Norristown, to Miss Bus White, oaly _daughter of J. tt. White, E_«q „ of Nomstown. Montgomery county. *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

fT-5 * THE MODEL MEN OF THE Bin MS LK3 —*_f he next monthly sermon in this .Con r«» wiii - ha,viUvtef-x: tr-Ttt»i'Bxxi"tr is »_.cmjitr. "f _ervice at half paatsevBit. Young menare especially invited. It* rr-r_^=» miSSIONAKY SABBATH TO-MORiL_> ROWm Union M.E. Church.—Rev, Pr. WILKYof New Jersey, will preach at 10_J_5 and 7M o'clock, Conversational Meeting at 3 P. M., under the supervision of the Pastor. • It* ry-5_» SPIRITUALISM—WARREN CHASE, IL_5 of Mmhigan, will Lecture at SANSuM-fcT, HaLL.on _SUNDAY,at 1_W4A.M.and7_«P.M. Admission, 5 centSi It*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

LEGAL IN THE ORPHANS' COURT FOR THE CITY AND COUNTY OF PHILADELPHIA. Kstate of JAME8 _MARSHALL. Deceased Notice is hereby gi*enthat the widow of sud decedent has filed in said Court her petition, with an appraisement_, claiming to re'nin personal property tkerein ast iorth to the value of §390. according to th»ao>_s of the Assembly in such oases matte and provided,and that the same will be approved b» the _siid Court «n th* 1st day of March, A. 1). 1861. unless exceptions he filed thereto. JNO. CHAS. _LAYCOCK f«15-«* A ttorney for Petitioner.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

SPBING MOUBNING GOODS—Jiist recived Black and Whiteand Black and Violet Pans Printed FoulardsSeoond Mourning Syria Pqptins, Lav_»llas. _Cravellas, _Japonaioe, * c: Black BalzaripPB. 12Ja to 25 ots.; Gray _Lavellas. mi _ots.; Hoyle_'s Lilao £ nclish Chintzes. 12>_S ots.; Black _ISaTege Bernani. Crape M.aretzand Barngesall width*; Ginghams, Black _Tamatans. Chaly- _Mouselines, _Tamises *o.; Black Poult de &oie, and _Gros iirains oilks, to.; Black, Plain, and Figured Silk Grenad mes. dESsOXM ft. SON. Mourninc Store, fe4 No. 918 Ohaatnut _«tw»t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

NOTICE IS BEREBY GIVEN THAT an application wi'l be made to the Legislature of Fennsjlvaniaat the fession of 1861for the iooorpmationof the NiS_^QUKHUMNG _VAbLEY RAILROAD CuMPAN Yand that the following are the nao.es of the Comm'saioneic or Corporators to be named in the pro-Sosed Actto wit: John Leisenring1 homas L. Foster, . B. MoorheadJacob P. JonesSamuel JS. StokesR. Hare Powel, Andrew Macderson, James S. Cox. and Samuel Hepburn. ***•

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

_TK) MERCHANTS. JL TO BANKKR8. TO _EnGINEttJRA. TO ARTI8T8. TO BTAT1ONJSRS. Use the _oelvbrated Jaokspn'a Leads and Penoila, the Oldest and beat mak* in this eooa_*_rr. at-. . _ ., JOHN H. _aTOKEB, Aient ia»-tf _^54 AROH StrMt.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

THE REVOLUTION IN THE SOUTH Newspaper Items and Opinions. SOUTH _CABOVESA DISSATIBFIKD WITH TBX MOKTflOMKRT COHGEE8S. The _Chaileaton Mercury thus expresses *» «»• _Batisfaotton with tie _aetton of the Mont6< _re _^ Congress. Wo suppose It will bo calling on Bout* Carolina in a week or two to secede: i. w_. _«.»«* that anv Provisional Government was _taSKKSIK «_" or tvroimportantparthe Government and laws _enaotad. It seems that the United States _protective tariff of '57 has been _.doDted and that a positive condemnation of the Institution of slavery, through tho _elave trade, has KmteM d»tothe Constitntionitself. Neither of _theso did wo «P«°t- We did not suppose that any Southern Government, whether for a month or a year, would _sanotion the policy of protective tariffs. The tariff of '57 is odious and oppressive in its discriminations. It was made to favor Northern enterprise at the expense of the people of the South: a huge free list for them—-the burden of taxatio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

_ _ _. _ ^^^—-^—¦^^¦^^_SMSSS_^SMSSMMSSSSSS_^_Wi_^_fc^—* _MMsli_^_MMi_^_Mi_^^1 _'1 ^^1 ^^^^^^^^^ _ ¦ HAIR _^_ESTORATIYE _^^^^ _rj S_^_OTRolwi^^_oliD ^^u_^ EVER YET INVENTED, NOT ONLY BETWEEN THE NORTH AND SOUTH, BUT ALSO BETWEEN YOUTH AND OLD AGE. Bat let others speak while we remain silent. Read for yourselves: St. Loins. July 10, I860. O. J. Wood,Es<i.: Dear Sir—Allow me the pleasure wd satisfaction to transmit to you the beneficial effects >f your Hair Restorative after a trial of five tears. I jommenoed using your Restorative in January, 1886, linoe which time I have not been without a bottle an hand. When I commenced the use, my hair _waa mite thin, and at least one-third gray A few applications stopped its falling, and in three weeks time there wax not a gray hair to be found, neither has there been ap to this time. After my hair was completely restored, I continued its use by applying two or three times per month. M.J liair has ever continued healthy, soft an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

BREAD pUEB AHD CHEAP BKKAD , MANUFACTURED BY THE _MEGHANIGAL BAKERY, . _ . . 1tM BB OBTAINED AT THE TOLLOWIR* - ¦V .-- ' -. ¦ • ¦ . . "• . ¦' " ' -¦" : ¦ PLACES:" '¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ B1ECHANICAL BAKERY, S. W. corner of Broad an« CM. CLARK.—^. .—. Poplar street, below ¦ Tenth. H. _MeNJSIl,., S. IS. _ooraer Six* and JATHO & SOM_,__ NSjMNtS_?Fi8h_«treet. JOHN S.MOXEY—^» No. MB Vine _itreet. T. F.8MITH.. ' _, _, , , -_^_.Ifo.mWorth Fifth street 8._8OOY-_^.,, .—8. E. ooraer Fifth and ¦¦ _Snrnce _stroetn. W.W.MATHEWa 8. filooraer Eleventh and B._KNISHT.. -_^BftSSfiarftlWwrt. ¦" - : ¦ ¦ " nut* ¦¦¦' GEORGE GARVIN — -No. 1419 Lombard street. D. COURTNEY.— W. W. corner Sixteenth WM COURTNEY-_^, ito. §» Vo_^Twelfth 8. _E. WAKAMATKI ,, F_^^_al rtreet_, above 8. LENTZ_~- ¦ , Corner * 8outh Fourth and Bmt.m . Johnston streets. L. HOLLAND.—— 8. W. corner Sixteenth an DAVID SADDLER,_^ —.No. »lloirtS' Eleventh J.WEIGHTMAlf- —ThSteeW itreet. below 8. 8. _TOMKINB._^ •—H_^_S1 ^^* FfOn t H BROOK...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

MEDICINAL. j_^_jKK 6_ROBAffiD_^6_WsraNG *r _^-_^These Spines are _sitnated in the _ra!S«r Oak Orchard Creekin the town of . Alabama,h eo.. _JV. Freight _milwsouth of the village ofAfrix the Erie Canal, and fourteen miles from fiata-i war The principal Acid Springs artthree _iata_« besides these there are six other*. They are;, - within a circuit of about, fifty rods, . Th« ki qualities of the waters are rally shown ia the _n_» testimonials. The/ contain a very iarga mbm-_'. phur, Sulphuric AcidSulphate of £_«n_«, »«; ;¦• Sulphate of Iron. The great medioinal _virtwrw •d by these waters depend very largely upos sa_> _»enoe, in such unusual _anantities, of then en " Hundreds of oases of diseasewspfleis/;/ _ttose r ing from the _sorofnlous diathesis, _hST» been ci_^ their use. jBr In skin diseases—even in oonfirme_:! Urn " wafers have been signally successful. Opinions of m€dical and scientific jcentlem»c mr in tne circulars. The following eminent j»s'« _JE_^i" "I»r?a_8 terms ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

STOCKS AND REAL ESTaTE-TUESOav x Vftmohlet catalogues now readj, contain ' >'_£>« scripttoni1 oRaUtba _propertr to be _' tnldw&l_*_k Uthri»st-. with a list of sales February 23 an _*_JK|n. ' and £ tot* » monnt and gre&t »»Wof _mJ*^, private sale. a '*^;.: STOCKSio. On _TueBdat. February 19. at 12_'o'ciock noon, at the p,,. . Without reserve , for non-payment of as. 1725 shares Bohemian _Minine Company ei! »!'.. 10 shares Spring Garden Fire _Insurant _oJff p_^r .f ares Arch-street Theatre-par _tjvo ''' '' lOehwres Union Steamship uotnpanj. " ' _RUIT OF OA _RVKD OAK LIBRARY FUfiv>• , ** 8U ELKGANT _BEDSTEAD_.WARD_^OBl _t : Also, On Thursday _Monunc, * ¦ In t_»-e second-story salesroom of the anct w,, suit of handsome carved oak _library fornitnf,5 ' • with moroooo, elegant mahogany wardrobe, k ,_^, '_- _executorP sale-februa rv j 9 Estate of _Jsmes C. Fisher. _Eiq.. dt(«... _FlR_^T-CLAfS . OHSSTMUT-STHeVt'rfc _. Our sale 13th February wii! incl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

ARRIVED . Bark Minnesota-. _Wajae. from Rio de Janeiro Deo 20, with coffee to order—ve_«sel to James Devereux. •*»«: rienoed verj heavy weather from long 19to 9 «. Jan 3d, lat 16 s, long 3720 W, shipped a heavy sea over the bow. whioh carried away head rails, started the bow, and oaused the vessel to leak badly. Jan 6, lat 13208, long S 19 W. was spoken by a Brazilian topsail sohr, from tio de Janeiro, out 3 days, bound to Bahia; w_._stmd for correct latitude and _longitude, having bad no observation for 7 days, on account of bad weather. Jan 8th. lat •• 39 S, lone 36 49 W. spoke Br bark Patriot. Capt Ring, 61 days from Chili, with loss of mizzen mast and mam opmast; she was bound to Liverpooland wanted no assistance. Jan 10th. lat 10 40 8, log 46 W, pass-d large QuaDUties of drift utuff and severaliarso roots of trees_, i&n 21. _lat 16*8, long 3B5S spnke ship Bavia Crockett rom CalUo, bound to Hampton Roads _feo 9, lat 3JC9 _H, long 71 W, spoke _brigantine Baldwins, from ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

JJ _TOKAHOE _OOMfAHY. _PHILADELPHIA. S »^oriSd to tk. L.ii.JM«™ or P.»MTi™«>». » os». ¦• ¦• —tssasas""" ""•_" MARINE INSURANCE, clrlof"61"' | To all parts of the World. Kreieht, _^ LAND INSURANCES On Merchandise generally. On Stores, Dwelhnc Houses, otc. ASSETS OF _^ raE COMPANY, _fIOO,O0O ymtMA8Mm l_™_&<**fto&_^-..9_Mm _« 9_mm Vn_^ B_^b _^Q f_^^ _r IMIU 100,000 Pennsylvania State five W cen _qs 970 00 sumo loaB " _doT ' ST' _dFToT ml _flSg.g mm PhilBdelwaCity ei* W cent. i_^b. i|»^ g loan uwj wnt _tySURAlfCB_^Og_^_SSg: rpHE _BNTEBFBISB INSUBANGE OOMPAN_^ OF PHIfcADEIiPHA. (FIE1 INSURANCE _BW™*™1 _™ _. COMPANY'S _BmLBINO, S.m _CORVm FOURTH AND WALNUT STREET*. D I _RBCTOKB: W_»lia« McK_««, ?oKM H. Bbows. NAtBEg FBAZIKR, i° A FAHNSStOCR, _8_»m WHABTCK, AToHF0 Jit L.||_KIS|K|. nwARLES W. COXE, Secretary. — " ¦_£ - _TticT.AWARE MUTUAL SAFETY . IN M_»n _^ >«.»<» _s_»_s._ia W . .. m, w 50000 _TeKessee State _Hve f ._^ ».««« - _BOlooo Pen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

_^^^n_^l-ff _^^ _^Vft_*_-' - V?-* - *'' ' ** :.: -. '... TUB PENNSYLVANIA <J B._NTEAL lAaKOAl. »5P MILES JtQVBLS _fKAU* I860. ' _Mm_^^^ 1860. «HE CAPACITY OF _' THiSROAD 18 NOW _EQUAJ. TO ANY IN THE COUNTRY. ipfflBwmiiSfwpfflm ** . Connecting direct k| Philadelphia, with Through _Traini bom BostonNew York, and all points .hastand in the Vmon Depot at _Pittibure with Through Trains to and fiom all points m the West, Northwest, and Southwest —thus furnishing facilities for the transportation o! Passengers unsurpassed for speed and oomfort by any •ther route. • Express and Fast Lines rmn throagk u Pmsbare - without change of Can or Conductors. All through Passenger Trains provided with Loughridee'_a Patent Brake—speed under perfect control of the engineer thus addragmuoh to the safety of travellers, Bmokins Cars are attaohed to each Train; Woo4_ralf*a _^ _il8S_^^_llMYTMm d aflfa&S.,8l daysexoepted_. ¦¦¦¦ ¦ ¦¦¦ ¦ _¦ ¦ ¦ . ¦ . _-¦ '_- .' _.' - Mail Train leaves Pkilade...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 16 February 1861

_^^ _mmm MISCELLANEOUS. HE AMAL_^_AMATioiT_^ ol1 LaS_^ GU AGES.—There is a _groiring 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, which is from the Greek, signifying " for the head," is now becoming popularised in connection with Mr. Spalding's great headache remedy, but it will soon be used in a more general way. and the word Cephalic will become as common as Electrotype and many others whose distinction as foreign words has been worn away bj common usage, until they Beem " native and to the manor born." 'ardly Realize d; Ei *ad*n orrible 'eadaohe this hafternoon, hand I stepped into the hapotheoary's, hand says hi to the man," Can you hease me of an 'eadaoiw ?" " Does it haohe 'ard ?" says 'e. " Hexoee dingly," says hi, hand upon that 'egave me a Cephalic Fill, hand 'pon me 'onor it oured me so quick that I 'ardly realized I 'ad 'ad an'eadaohe_. _sjT Hbajdackx is...

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