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

A Real Blessing. Physician.—Wall, Mrs. Jones, how is that headache ? Mrs /ones.—Gone! Doctor, all gone! the pill you sent oared mo ia Just twei.ty minutes, and I wish yon. would aendmemoro. bo that I can have them handy. Phtsitiiut.—You can get them at anyfDruggist'_a. Cal mend thefinfffilru_*k&nd. theijieyer fail, and I recom-Mrs. J«w6*.-Ishairsendfora"_^_5j_^>^ __i,. . toll aU my suffering friends, for they s»_S?i&M€fithJi _Vwimr ffiifcfcioNs o* Doi&aes savid.—Mr. Spslding a&s sold two millions of bottles of his celebrated Prepared Glue, and it is estimated that each bottle saves at least ten dollars'worth of brokenifurniture, thusmaking an aggregate of twenty millions of dollars reclaimed from total loss'bv 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 Fills, and if they are as good as his Slue, Headaches will soon vanish...

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

By the use of these Fills the periodical _sttaoksof Ntrvous or Sick Headarhe may be prevented; and if taken at the commencement of an attack immediate reljef from pain and sickness wjll be obtained._7 ' They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and Headache to wbioh females are so _subjeot. They aot gently on the bowels, removing _Costivetuss For Literary Men, Students, Delicate HemaJes, 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 whole system. The CEPHALIC PILL8 are the result of long investigation and carefully conducted experiments, having been in use many years, during which time they have prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering from Headache, whether originating in the nervous system or from a deranged state of the stomach. ¦ ' . ¦ ' . ' ¦¦ ¦ ;... ¦ . •.. • ' ¦ • ¦ _¦: . They are entirely vegetable in thei...

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

_^S_^_Sr _^0 b_?o_%_^Con_^ h_3P_^ eawoW»^n in 5£=: — =r-T-pANOOAST , AUOTIONEm ,fac-R _iH ** "_^ • SCOTT. J*" *_31OHBBXnu Jtj?u 11 • oessortoB. 8OUA*. gTERF0SC0PIC n<* . SALE OF 'ffiSEBSlfBWgB. £? _%«o_®_ot° on«_rt\_¥ of a full February 18,1861at 10»9' _^_gfttf otsabjeots_. ._^h «_nm t,lete assortment ot a _var - rnBM *r arrwAWsTaUOT _ION1BR , _WHIHI every _Aesomtion, y_*noJW H _*aVana ' _oigars, at naif the tfeSlr&_^il^^MONDS AT PRIVATE Consisting of diamond. and opal breastpin andear-^_pSSle_^n_^ _Sofa_^east Pin, on,, oited. MONEY TO LOAN .. . . _fl35 000 to loan, at the lowest rates._«» _fA*™0 ?^' jL_^ _nSsKgsefJi _sasy _¦horttoans. ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ , 11 ¦ ' _-—--—

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

j SAVING FUNDS. _Sff _lBWxSsraBJreartftrtt _SWaS_%5_''n_'1 'MS'idii. Pr..i_<i.»t. ROB_^T 8Bt.FRII>_eE, Yioe _frondent. Wn.mMJ.JlBB8. Seore tar_^ _vrRFJsgr1 _^ sairri _Barouel K Ashton, j » L stepMn«ofl. Ground Rents, ano «wa. ui_»» th depositors. , and _tt^^J&S _A_*" an§ stably this InBtitntion- -—ic_^L =' ""_^Alittle. bntjft _enTfills the Purse." tl_^RANKLIN SAVING FUND, No. WfeesHBt li gg '8e&f&2_a_$gs& 1 _llJSSKfS_^Kl n! _^ "Wednesday evening _^tn8 o_'olooic. _^ jj'lj Dtltf<_ICXOK.S_» ! o ¦ _C j Jacob B. Shannon, Cyrus Cadwallader, | |!_as _«'&», »|_S: 1 %<iB&UEm. $%_&' ¦ = .' Jos. H. Satterthwaite. Jones Yerkes, * i jACO_^_VsI_^NNON, President. i _Ctetjs Cadwali.xi>bk, Treasurer. : I • »p23-ly ¦ . .

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

OFFICE OF THE _IlARRISBURCt_, _ . , PORTSMOUTH. MOUNT JOY & LANCASTER _RAILROAD COMPANY.—Phii.abbi.phia, February4, 1861..' ' :¦ ¦ ¦ ' ¦ Proposals will be received at the office for the _wh.lk or ant part of 1909 shares of the steok of this oompanj, until Friday, February I2d, M M.,at which time said proposals will be opened in the presenoe of such bidders as may choose to attend, and the stock awarded to the highest offerers who can oomplywith the terms, which are cash in the three days ending Tuesday, February 26th, 12 M. Providedsaid bids are not less than fifti _^ dollars per share; and incase all is not bid for, the Directors reserve the right to dispose of only suoh portion as they may think proper. This stock bears interest at the rate of seven per cent, per annum, payable semi-annually. on the farst day of July and January in each year, without any deiuction for taxes, and is guarantied by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, under the lease of this road to laid comp...

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

¥N SURANGE OOMJ» AN Y OF THE kl_^W_^^i_^Z_^^_- _Ifi_^^ B _Chartep|n J|W-Capital fXOMh-FSti. 1,1860, cash TAU _* inveBted in sound and available securities—oontinue to insure on Vessels and CargoesBuildmes, Stocks of Merchandise, &Oy on liberal terms. DIRECTORS. __ ¦ .. Henry D. _Sherrerd, George H. 8tuart, Simeon Toby. Samuel Grant, Jr.t Charles Maoalester, Tobias _Wajtner William S. _Rmith, Thomas B.Watteon, JohnB._Budd, , en _7 ©.Freeman, William R. white, Charles S. Lewis, HENff_^_'_^_tMBlERD, Pre _sident WILLIAM HARPER, Secretary. Jefl-tf _T_^XOHANGE INSURANCE COMPANY A-i -Offioe No. 409 WALNUT Street. : ¦ ¦ •. . FlRB.IW8Ul|.AWCfi on Houses and . Merchandise generally, on favorable terms, either limited or perpetual. DIRECTORS: Jeremiah _Bonsall, Thomas Marsh, John tt. _Ginnodo Charles Thompson, Edward D. Roberts, James T. Hale, Samuel L. _Smedtey, Joshua T.pjren, Reuben C. Hale, John J. Griffiths. . JERPMIAH BONSALLPresident. JOHN Q,. GINNODO, Vice President, Richar...

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

8HIFl»iNCJ _, _**&* FOR THE SOUTH.—OHARLES. _^T_^fff TON AND SAVANNAH STEAMSHIPS. mmKmmmM * _fjobISHT _AEDUCEy. Heavy freight at an average of _iifkhw per oent below _Jlew Yori_^eim_^rate_^ _^ The U. 8. Mail steamship STATE of GEORGIA, Cap ain John J. _Garyio, will sail for Savannah on Sa-*^^_O!SiSi& tWIM& STATE, Capt. _Marshman, wil sail for Savannah on Saturday, Febrn-«* ¦« . » °'« _CHARLESTON. 8. C. _^ On goods for Charlestona deduction of 25 per cent_, from the freight charge to _Savannah. Railroad Agent at Savannah will promptly forward all goods consigned ° _tBT Goods received and Bills of Lading signed every The _splenderi first-class side-wheel Steamships KEYSTONE Si ATE and STATE OF GEORGIA now ran as above every two weeksthus forming a weekly communication with Charleston and Savannah, and the South and southwest. „ At both Charleston and Savannahthese Ships oonneot with _swamers for Floridaand with railroads, &o. for all places in the...

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

_^gflinpSHB _PHILADELPHIA gpSsiSKiiJ^^_it _MOROTNG LINES, DAILY. (Sundays exoepted.} Leave New Depot, corner Of BROAD and CALLOWon Thirteenth and on Callowhill streets.) .at 8 A. Mi. _WfW1 !**1 ?^*11 _? with _toe _PENNSYLVANlX CENTRA f"ft?_ffi!_ffll i_^'lr*?11 _tt_^O . JRTHM _iiS_5 _&T _*_-1 RAlLRoAIl 1F. M. train, runnine to 8vm~ Ulrll7t wO, _. „ _ AFTERNOON LINES. mLLSrrSt e_^_lfiV _^^T T_^rB MAD Bnd CALLOW-<mThi_?ta££!h' _»5ftf_^hPH M'_<_I?"l5'>K« entrances m&mismam Stances via _PWi ABBLPHiA and reading tF»oM PH_^_nitPHU_^_MiSs_^ To Phoenixville—,.; _^ » rShSSL— "—'— «'.-Philadelphia and Reading ¦ ¦ _toSEa&s_^zjm** Lebanon Vallor K _-_rf Dauphin _^ _~-.vu' Northumberland-,. Ml ' _Lewmburg _»-. m Milton «... ^_ __ i«s - ¦fKsiji_^_sjSl - **** ******* Look Haven. , p _» Ralston- . _.Itttf SSrairr_^ —t artw»_lU*n»gPqrt and Elmira P_^_ISySE3 _^M " _traufe_^tdailv at _j3_®&Mim$££te-.«~ abroad ap38-tf w. H. _MclLHENNEY. Secretary ...

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

_£_SttliBBB fiLMIRA ROUTE Mm_^SR_^^ PHILAflE _^HlA ANJD E1-C|^o ,St._IiouiB,_miwaidee,andalfp_^inte«orto _M4 _l_^StSh_^U_^'F 111 le _^Te "»» new Depot of the Phi-OALLOWwfT_?6 _^111 !*^1_"0 _*11 ' «on»rBHOAD tad hs_* ,irW .?i_» 1 _j B 5_H reete_» CFassenger entrance on Cat _Sffiw&lows1 ?"_* lSmiK " «o«Pt_«l), tor above NfGHi¥_^Hir_^ -—&W A.M. h^? 8_^0 A. M, taun connects at _RupertTfor WilkM _MBBPBBam ——-——--——- : _______PWIM_«_l»fcU SlHHiL1 _!1 OHESTBK

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

KAELKOAl* L.INEB. E&WSMSBS& -PHILADELPHIA. WILloSo P. M. For Chester at 8.1S A. M., a noon, 4_.M ana wJoP.M. For Wilmington at 8.UiA. M.. Mnoon.*.l and 10.60 P. M. For New Castle at 8.» A. M. and 4.15 and6.10.M. Leave Wilmington at 7JO andJli W *• anao.iv jr.I*. Salisbury at 1_^0 P. «• LeavePeaford at2._#P. M. Leave _Farfcragton at 4.10 FfMle LSIve Milford at_ « P. M. Leave Harrington at jnu» ii 4 JO P. M." _Lsave Dover at 9MO a. m. _' ana^^a . A M T 13 _oirka, and 9 P. M. Leave Baltimore for Sa-^ 5_%_M WS_«_TftBiS.M _^e _FREISHT TRAIWiWMh JPn«ei»Bfr Car attacked_. Leave Philadelphia " for Per_^ville * and _intemedire places at S P.M. Leave Witaunston f^«* !}]« * _intennwliate places at S P. M. _Leaye _Wilminettm for £_«i laaelphia asd intermediate places at 3.1B P. «. eave JBaltunore for Havre-de-erace and intermediate plaoesat4.MP.M. 0NSUND Ojuly at 10i». PM. fromJPhiladelphia, to Baltimore. _pll atwaP.M_^rom_^l_^e to_^^

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

fSS»g»B8_iiiBMa _WINTER ARRANGEwSEStSStSmS_^SSES MENT.—PHILADELPHIA, GERMANTOWN. AND NORRI8TOWN RAILROAD! On aHd after MONDAY, l*ov. 13,1860, FOR GERMANTOWN. _Leavo PhiladelphiaS, 7,8,9lo. V, and 12 A. M., 1,«, 3,3_X,4,5.6MfifSfl, 10_^ and UK P. M. Leave Germantown, 6,7, 7JS, 8. 8^«. 9, R), 11 an«l 13 A. M., 1,3, S, 4,5,8, _W jfeiljjflfijffifc v_> «¦ Leave _PftiladelpMa, 8.05 nun. A * . M., 2, 7, and WK Leave German town, 8.10 nun. A. M., 1.10 min.. 8, and »}SP. M. CHESTNUT HILL RAILHOAD. Leave Philadelphia, * . i , 10, and 13 A. M., 3, 4, S, 8, and _lOJf P. M. Leave Chestnut Hill, 7, 10, 7,56, 8.48, and 9.40, and U.« A. M., 1.40,8.40,6.W, and 8.40 P. M. 6N SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia, 9.08 K. M., 3, arid 7 P. M. Leave Chestnut Hill, 7.60 min, A. M., 12 60, 5.40, and 9.10 mm. P.M. FOR CON8HOHOCKEN AND NORRJ8_TOWN. Leave Philadelphia,fi.G0,7X} 90S, and 11.06 rom. A. M., 1.0B. 3.0B, Hi. B.6Sand U_^ P. M. ,•.-.. •" ¦¦ Leave _Norrtstovn, 6, 7,8.06,9, and 11 A. M., IX, Gi, andSP...

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

.-.»* A Dollar saved is twice earned." __^___ _COPARTOgRSHIP _^ NOTICES. npaE SUBSCRIBERS have this day en--I- terad into a general copartnership, under the firm of JBNK8 asMIDDbETO-iU for the purpose of oonstand of Jenks & Ogden, Ho. tbO North _rHIKD St., _TBSSttfc. 13th. _M_^_oVifD_^LETON fel*-d3t* ' FAIRMOUNT MACHOJ1 _WORKS, WOOD St., between Twenty-first and Twentysecond. Established 1839. ¦-,_».«_, The undersignedsuccessor to the late firm ot J. * i. _WOODTwiU oontimue the business in all its branches as heretofore. Power Looms and all mMhinesconneoted with themEmbossing _Calenders, Lard Oil Presses Shaftingand Machine Work in general. TfaanWul for past favors, he would respectfully _^ solicit a oontinuanoe of the patronage so h_^Sf}hH_%lf_^on the late firm. ¦«¦ m_/SLAB w uuu. Philadelphia, Jan. SB. 1861. _J_»H*-3m M UBPHY-WHIPPL1 IRON BRIDGE. PHILADELPHIA, Bee leave to inform Railroad Companies, and otters interested in bridge construction, that _j they «_jggfll a ...

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

_ISimBmB Bam north pinnsyl-•_WSiSIR.- DO_^il_^W_^MA_^ CHUNK, HAZLETON, and ECILEY; ,. . . THREE THROUGH TRAINS. On and after MONDAYDecember 3. i860. Passenger _TrainswiU leave FRONT and WILLOW Streets, Phfladelphia, daily, (Sundays excepted)as follows; • At «.3O A. M., (_Exoress)for Bethlehem, Allentown, Mauch Chunk, Hazleton, _ko. At 2.45 P.M.(Express)for BethlehemFasten, ko. This train reaches Easton at 6 P. M.. and makes olose connection with New Jersey Central for New York. At6 P. M., for Bethlehem, Allentown, Mauoh Chunk, ko. " -. ¦ ... ....•_ uifjtvu_^assr_^ tfte shortest and most desirable route to all points in the Lehigh ooal region. • TRAmg FOR PHILADELPHIA. p L_^ave Bethlehem at 5.43 A. HL, 9.1» A. M., andft38 Leave Doy lestown at 7.36 A. M. and S.80 P. M. Leave Fprt Wasameton at 6.46 A. M. atONB SUN_4 DAYS.-Phtladelphia for Fort Washington Philadelphia for Doy lestown at 4 P. M. Doylestpwn for Philadelphia at7 A. M, Fort Washington for Philadelphia at 2.46 P. M. _pSS...

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

Thos.R.Mans, John T.Lewis, John Welsh James R. Campbell, Samuel C. Morton, Edmund G. Dntilh, Patrick Brady, . ¦ Chas. W. Poultney, Israel Morris. ALBERT C. S. CRAWFORD * , Secretary. fe23-t * f ANTHRACITE INSURANCE OOMPANY.—Authorised Capital _f«»^00-CHARTER jpy _b f* _f_^Ji _; irAJu» OJBeHa.SUWALIfUT Street,between _Ihlrf and Fourth Street, Philadelphia. This Company will insure against loss or damage by Fire, on Buildings, Furniture, and Merchandise generally. :• ¦ . ' ¦ ¦¦ • . ". ¦ - ¦ - • ¦ " ¦ --Also, Marine Insurances on Vessels, Cargoes, ttn4 Freights. Inland Insurance to all parts of the Union. _DISECTOR8 Jacob Esherf Joseph _Maxficld, D. Luther JohnKetoham, LAudenried, John R. Blakiston, Davis Pearson Wm. F. Dean, feter Sieger. J.E. Bsum. JAUOB ESHER .President. WM. F. DEAN, Vioe President. W. M. _SMiTH. _Bearetarr. *pS-tJ REMOVAL.—THE PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSUJKANCE COMPANY have removed to their new bu; lding, No. 921 CHESTNUT Street. Assets, over ai,ppO000. Charter perpet...

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

PORTLAND K1ROSENE Oil" for_^_My111 _" 1 th# ooMtanUf-JW»«»W * ¦ _CKLEBRATBD OIL AS AS _ILLUM_^_t ,, the company have now doubled their _w%_« _£• ,»!»<* _aaye tht most txtMstvt»^r <ttv' .-^"S1** _°*. l from Coal tn the _Vnttvjd , _* * . t oth_?5r _*°i F mn oT _» ¦ eonBtaati_^_j _rt J0 .*^_demand, ,they have _poaitively _refaCfot ' tty new agencies, or create _aay new _outl*11 ' DTOre What we olaim for this Oil is, . .,n .f ; ITS UNIFORMITY IN QUALITY AM_£ ORITY OVER ALL OTHER « f_^ > _^if* «_lenftreI rr _Xf_* from tho offensive _^f_^. . &11 nthnr Oral n_._la ;_. _»_t,_« „__!,_» nnri lor ^'.i.u ¦ ¦ oi_» If ¦_Tliakf _~._( 1 w "° » , «»uu»»_. .fit* , . ', *JH|ntoleanliness, cheapness, and •»¦«» _.;0' , _exrtosive properties), is, we may con fident.. TEOBOXLY OIL THAT WILL QIvS "' ¦ ¦ j*»*m .t _ta_^sa^^^ -; soother, i- _-;^' .. Asthe !? f 8 "_^ny inferior Oils . sold t*.K ; ,5 ;i ***_&?*_&&*** to partioular agsipLfllW:, S_^k_« .. W...

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

Constipation or _Costiveness. Mo one of tha " many ills flesh is heir to " is so prevalent, BO little understood, and so much neglected as Costivenesi, often originating in carelessness, or sedentary habits. It is regarded as a slight disorder, of too little consequence to exoite 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, Piles, and others of like nature, while a long train of frightful diseases, suoh as Malignant Fevers, _Aboesses, Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Dyspepsia, Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Paralysis, Hysteria. Hypochondriasis, Melancholy, and Insanity, first indicate heir p resenoe in the system by this alarming symptom. Not unfrequently the diseases named originate in Constipation, but take on an independent existence unless the ...

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

_^Sim_^. THE BRITISH AND NORTH _TTrf I MiTTTTrflTT ROYAL MAIL STEAMSHIPS. FROM _BBiy _TOftX *O _LIVBUfOoL. Chief Cabin Passage —.. . _~___ f 180 Second CabiH Passage———«.——..—-~ 75 FROM BOBTOH XO LIVXEPOOL, ; Chief Cabin Passage. -—-;—^—._^ —~.$110 ' Second Cabin Paaaace_^...... ¦ ¦ ,. — _„ .,; ... ¦ . ¦ 60 The ships from New York oall at Cork Harbor. The ships from Boston o&U at Halifax ana Cork Harbor. PERSIA, Capt. Judkins. AFRICA, Capt. Shannon, ARABIA. Capt. J. Stone. CANADA, Capt.Lane. ASIA, Capt. E.G. Lott. AMERICA, Capt. Moodie, AUSTRALASIAN, Capt. NIAGARA, Capt Anderson K. JVLHockley, m EUROPA, Capt. J. Leitoh. SCOTIA, Cnow building.) These vessels carry a clear white lieht at nast-head i giesn on starboard bow; rod on port bow. ARABIA, Stone, leaves N.York, Wednesday, Feb. 13 CANADA. Anderson, •• Boston. Wednesday, Feb.50 AFRICA. Shannon, " N. York, Wednesday,Feb. _tl AMERICA, Little. " _Boston, Wednesday, Mar. 6 AUSTRALASIAN, Haokley, •• N.York,Wednesday,Mar. 13...

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

J. VAUGHAN MHRUICK, JOHN B. COPE, WILLIAM H. MKBRICK. _HARTLST _MKKRICK. CSUUTHWARK FOUNDRY, _^5 FIFTH AND WASHINGTON STREETS, PHILADELPHIA. MERRICK & SONS, _EUGINEERS AND MACHINISTS, Manufacture High and Low Pressure Steam Engines, for land, riter. and marine service. . Boilers. Gasometers, Tanks, Iron Boats, &.o; Castings of all kinds, either iron or brass. Iron Frame Roofs for Gas Works, Workshops, Railroad Stations. &o. Retorts and Gas Machinery of the latest and most improved construction. £>very description of Plantation Machinery, suoh aa "ugar, Sawand Grist MillsVaouum Pans, Open Steam Trains, Defecators, Filters, Pumping jtsngines, to. _> ¦ . ¦ • ¦ ¦ . ¦ ¦ ¦ Sole Agents for N. Rilueux_'a Patent Sugar Boiling Apparatus Nesmyth'_s Patent _^team Hammer, and Aspinwall & _Wolser _s Patent Centrifugal Sugar Draining Machine ang-y POINT PLEASANT FOUNDRY, Ho. 981 BEACH StreetKensingtonPhiladelphia.—WUi-LIAM H. TIERS informs hisfnends ...

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

ern » . ....... ... . ......... m* At S P. M.. vis .Gamdejn and _Amfiot_, Acoorrnnodafaofc, (_Freight andJPasseng«r>—Ut Class Ticket- * » Do. dA. _M Glass Ticket-180 The SP M Mail Line runs daily. The 11_# P M, Southern MailSaturdays exoepted. ¦ _ ..- - .. . For Belvidere, _Easton, Lambertville, Flenungton, fccatJ.W A M, and s F. M., from Kensington. For Water GapStrondsburg, SoraotonWiliesbane, MontroseGreat Bend. _&0., 7.M _AJQ. from _Kenstsston, Tia DelawareLaokawanftaand Western R. R. For _Mauch ChunkAll?ntown, and Bethlehem at 7.10 A. M. and 3 PVM. from Kensington. ¦ For Mount Holly, at6 and 8 A. M.,» and iX P. M, For Freehold, at«A._^,a^|P.M. For BristolTrenton&c, at 7.10 A. M., S, 4X and 5XP. M. from Itensinston. Tor Palmyra, Rivertonpeiaooor _BeverSj, Burlinston_; Florence, Bdrdentowni &o., m _HH, S, iii ana B ' ny * For New York, and Way Lines leave Kensington Depot, take the oars, on Fifth street, above Walnut, half an hour before departure...

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

_ESim_^HgK NOTICE—CHESTER will start from the new _PasBenBer Depot or the Phil * a _MORNING TRA-w for Downingtown leaves at 800 AF _. TFRNOON TRAIN for Downingtown leave, at |SSlSI1_»_r.P _« ° f th9 _^- _a_»_9 W. H. _McILHEWNY, Secretary, fiftnB| TII _L&Kl) FREIGHT P_^SMOUTH Y _iT LIN_? TO WO »_FOLK AND

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