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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

_anscEiiXAJneous. • T ^^i_^jESZSATioi _~ or Ian- GUAGEjB. —There taa 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 » front the Greek, signifying "for the, head," is now becoming popularized in connection with Mr. Spalding's great headache remedy; bat it will soon he used in a more general way, and the word _Cepbalio will become as « _oonunon as Electrotype and many others whose dis- / tinotion as foreign words has.been worn away by ' oommon usage, until they seem " native and to the * manor born." . ' _j —»» " . i ' ardly Realized; * ¦ A Hi 'ad'n orrible 'eadaohe this hafternoon, hand I . stepped Into the hapotheoary's, band says hi to the man, " Can you heaae me of an'ead»ch_«.'" "Does it 4 haohe 'ard.'"says 'e. " Hexoeedingjy," says hi, hand upon that 'e gave me a Cephalio Pill, hand 'pon me *onor itouredme«o <iuiok thatl'ardly realised I'ad e ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

, HAIR RESTORATITE. _rjifll _STEONGBST BOND OF UNION ti i i 5 EVER TET INVENTED, s JiOT ONLY BETWEEN THE NORTH AND SOUTH, BUT ALSO BBIWEEN YOUTH AND OLD AGE. ' ' 1 .J i | . * But let others speak while we remain silent. Read for yourselves: St. Louis. July 10,1880. O. J. Wood, Esa.: Dear Sir—Allow me the pleasure and satisfaction to transmit to you the beneficial effects of your Hair Restorative after a trial of five vears. I commenced using your Restorative in January, 18SS. sinoe which time I have not been without a bottle on hand. When I-commenced the use, my hair was ' 'Quito thin, and at least on»-third gray A few applications stopped its falling, and in three weeks time there was not a gray hair ts 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 hat ever continued healthy, soft and glossy, and my scalp perfectly free from dandruff.. I do not imagine the facts abov...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF TRADE. JB. _Q, BIDDLE. I WM. C. KEBHMLB, 5 _Commixtkk of thk Mom*H. JOHN K, _ADDICKS. _i _________ Ai _ta* Merchants' _Exchange Fh.tladelphim. Stop Frank Boult, Morse -.. .Liverpool, soon Ship AnnK Hooper, Hooper.*- -~• _' -.• • --trtveroool, soon Bart Irm*_Wortrngdr,_—.. „,,.,-. _BarWMjoeg, toon Sohr Eveline. York _>_M .„_v.._^_.^>»—-Hayana, aoon MARINE INTELLIGENCE. * PORT OF PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 3.1861. SUN RlgES—.—.« 65H8UN SET8 , ' 8 5 HI6H _WATER._>. •— •_- —«81 ARRIVED. _Steamshio Citr of RichmondMitchellfrom Richmondvia Norfolk, 85 hours, with mdse and passengers to Titos Webster, Jr. CLEARED. Steamship State of Georgia, Garvin,8avannah, Alex Heron. Jr. & Co. «te»m_»lup Fhmeas Sprague, Matthews, Boston, H _Winsor. Bait _Georee Bradford. (Br> Robbms, Glasgow, & A Bonder k. Co. gohrFanoj Boardman, Crocker,_Barbadoes, A £Outerendee 4; Oo. Stohr B D Pitta, _Coreon, Petersburg-, Va, K Sturtev&nt (Correspond...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 2 February 1861

FOREIGN NEWS. We have reason te believe that Mr. Baring will suooeed Lord de drey as Under-Seoretary of StaU for the War Department, acting nnder the new Lord Herbert; and that Lord de _Grey will taKf Mr. Baring's place in the India-offioe_, and represent that department in the Hoase of Lords.— ] t ] . , , The Marquis in _Laroohejaqueloin has published a pamphlet of 16 pages on the affairs of B _^me , with a glance at Naples. It is entitled, UnSchiame et VHonneur, and is the second production from the same pen since November last. His object is to show that the ruin ef the Catholio Church is the object of the movement in Italy; that " Italy is advancing to a schism, to a pretended national church, with Victor Emmanuel for Pope, M. Cavour as first Cardinal Minister, and Garibaldi as private chamberlain. And France," he continues, " is expected to follow the movement; the Emperor Napoleon must become the Apostate, call himself "Vicar of our Lord on earth, ani all kings must convin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

The Application of the Pennsylvania Railroad. Company. ' ¦¦ ' One of the most important propositions that will engage the attention of our State Legislature, dating the present session, is that which relates to the repeal of the tonnage tax imposed by existing laws upon the freight transported over the Pennsylvania _Bailroad. . A very deep interest is felt In this question, and while the measure referred to is warmly advocated by those .who represent that corpo ration, as well as by the people residing in sections which hare a heavy pecuniary stake in its prosperity, or which would be directly benefited by a decrease in its freight tariffs; many tax-payers, ia different quarters of the Commonwealth, are bitterly opposed to it because they believe that it will increase their personal burdens, and virtually compel them to contribute a certain amount of revenue to the coffers of the State, for which the Pennsylvania _Bftilroad Company is now supoogedto fee legally liable. '- _, T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

•^^^^5, ¦¦ ¦'I...; ; __ s Crime m _Galilornia. PABmCUt>ABS OF TH* _JTHBCSB OV SAHtntli T. , _jf_^_fff^^^. A . _VOB_1CBR BBSJDBHT OF _PHtiaDIL .'/PHU.. _^ . .. .: . . , - ... • ¦¦ _• •>¦ The San Francisco oerrespondeBt pf-the -Mew _Yerk 2»« writes: . . * _Ssmaei T. Newell, a native of _Baltimore, and awhile a resident of Philadelphia _cameTto California eighteen months since; and _tlmeet immediately proceeded Po _Baoramento. He was- »p»isftfTt and _dnrlsg the last fall, _havisg removed _to_£uburn, in-Kaoer county, he-published a Douglas oaa_^aUrn paperthe MountainStgnaL- The most probable, story, out oi many _tnat are'toldis,, that • in Auburn he ntafle" the. aeqbaintan ' oe _ofHa; young Kladf _._whochWi«e*ae>;_jproptoty; •ad _. whb so fae re* oiprpqa ted bis-attachment that a marriage .was, antif _ipated. . Bnt Suddefiiyit'appeared that the_^rlfe ef HorAc* 8ttrft_$>a 'n'Auburn lawyerwarned tha )ad^;j|ha%_joooxdJMt|o Smith's statement, to -her, h_«t alre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

rpHE WEEKLY _JPKJKSM A 1VEW VOLUME I-1H61. THE W.5EKLY TRESS -trill enter upon a New Venae _iritb. t%o Hew Year. To say, nutrelr_* tost our paper has been raeoewftail would he to five far too weak and indefinite an idea ofourpoaitiou—for, not only has TIB WEEKLY PBBSS been established;onavseeare and permanent foundation_, bnt it is, in reality, a _aiarvelloos example of the decree of favor whioh a riehtlj'-conducted LITERARY, _POLITICAL, AHD NEWS JOURNAL oan receive at the bands ofN a liberal and enlightened public. Oar most grateful thk nks are tendered for the patronage already bestowed lipon us, and we shall spare no efforts whioh. may serve to; render the paper even more attractive, useful, and p**»alar in the future. The POLITICAL coarse of "THE WEEKLY P&E8S need not be enlarged upon heirs. Independent, steady and fearless, it has battled, on trsverintir and zealons-It. in d_«f«nn_«of the EIGHTS OF THE _PSQPhS _atainstEXBCtrrrVE HSUKPATIOW, and unfair asi tyrann...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

Qwt Sew York Letter. _MOBTHSBBC ABB S0_UTHKBK TBADB—IMPOSTS _IMD BXPOBTS —BAILBOAD STJSIMSg—100,000 VISITOES TO OBNTBAI, PABK—THS WXWHM_0 UKS—THK H0B8B HUN-r-THB SIHQIHa WOMBK. [Correepondenoe of Tbe .Press.] Nkw Tokk_, February 2, 1861, Business men speak of trade proapeots aa being very much mixed. Prom the East and West, and from the central portions of the free States, there is a good demand from retailers, and payments are made With- all desirable panotaaiity. Caution, howeverIs _everywnera the order of the day. From the Southon the contrary, orders-haye * 1-most entirely ceased, payments are scarcely made at all, and houses engaged In _Soutbernlbasineas are understood to have suffered losses beyond all precedent. - The importation of dry: goods continues about the same _ai laat yearthough tke amount withdrawn from the bonded warehouses and thrown upon the marketis less by one-half. The exports, on the other hand, are nearly one hundred per cent, in excess, and specie is flow...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

B READ DUKE AND CHEAP BREAD, MANUFACTURED BY THE MEOHAKIGAL BAK3BRY, - mh v* mtx*naa> ax *_sat jwu.owrjf* ' '" ' ' _PIECES: MECHANICAL BAKERY, S. W. oornerof Broad U4 Vina ¦treats. ¦¦ .:- ¦; O.M. _CLAJUE.._—. .,; .Poplar afreet, below H. MoN-EIL. __.__ _—8. £. oorner Sixth and JATHO & SOH,—_ -.No_.JWNorthFifthstreet JOHH Q. MOXEY.- No. IxB Vinestreet. V. P. SMITH-.——.—-—No. 116 North Fifth street. B. SOOY .. 8. E. corner Fifth and ___ Sprues streets. W. W. MATHEWS.-— __S. E. corner Eleventh and .Locust street*. D. _rtnmrr. __.- -. _T*_reH _7_tr_»fti below Wal-SEOEGE GAKVIM _—.. _NoailS Lombard street D. COURTNEY.—. -N. W. corner Sixteenth and Fine streets. _ITM COUKTWEY~_.. No. SOS Sonth Twelfth S. $L WANAMAKSR —.F a d e _° r a 1 etreet, above - Sixth. 8. LENTZ—,.. _',, " .Corner Booth Fourth and , Johnston streets. L. HOLLAND. — —-— : 8. W. corner Sixteenth an Ogden streets. DAVID 8APDLKK.—.-._~ No. MO North Eleventh street. J. WEIGHTMAM. Thirteenth street, bel...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

Our Special Charleston Correspondence FAXLURB OF T«B COTTON ' BATTKaT-rAJfOTiEB BATTEftT tS PBOGEE8_S *O*T BEAtrrOET HkRBOK—SCENE AT ' SHE QTJAttTJEB. aBSSIOHS—JtTDQB 8T0RT Jt- MQAL . AJJTHOKITT 8_TIL1—WBJLT THE BRITIS_^ ._eesSUL _HAfl DOMB AT __. CHAB1E8T0N. .. "* . ' , , '/" . * ; "~ . ' . ' '-' . ' , ., "tSpeoial Cbrr ' e*_pondehoe of The Press.J _Chaeiestoh,Jaxraiu&Sl_? 1861.. The cotton battery _Ib sai<_T to *e _»: failure, which, I _presnoi_©, will account for. tlje rio small denying all knowledge of it.- _^hejait was nearly completed some one discovered that it could not float. I saw this extraordi nary work of art,'and c&n'fopicb Tor its existen ' ce; and although the Mercury ' s correspond ent at Washington seems to have been ignorant of its whereabouts, the Mercury's editor was thoroughly posted, and was silent. ¦ A large floating' battery is in the course of construction at the foot of Hazel street, which I inspected this morning. It is composed e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

_FENNSYIiFAHIA ITEMS , Not Thpb.—A rumor has gained extensive circulation to the effect that armed patrols or policemen were stationed, by the Maryland authorities, along the roads leading from Pennsylvania into that state; and that no man could dross: the border from Chester county without being hailed and questioned as to the object of his visitAo. We learnifrom parties living in the vicinity of.'the line that no such policemen are on duty, and that the highways leading to and from Maryland'are open to all without fear ot molestation—free negroes always exaepted, as.it is a violation of tht_, laws cf that State for a free negro from another .State to enter Its limits,—Village Record1 . ;¦ ¦ "";•* " _Foitkd Dead.—A man _yarned Jobn Unswort _ , making his home with Mr. Aaron Beaver, in CharleBton _towasoip, _Qbesta* _opipty_,wai,._fomiA dead In his room on the morning of the 22<1 ult. Coroner Smith was sent for to held an inquoitand after a careful investigation the j...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

A Call for the Democratic State Con . vennpn. The Pemooratio State Executive Committee of Pennsylvania, at a meeting held is the oiij of Harrisburg, on-the 30th ult., unanimously resolved to elicit the views of the Democracy of the " old Keystone" in reference to the present terrible crisis of oar national affairs. . - . The failure of the Republican party to meet,in a proper spirit of conoession aad compromise, the overtures made for the adjustment of onr national difficulties, ipnders it necessary that the united Democracy of this Commonwealth should take prompt, _decided, a&d energetio action in the premises. We are In the midst of & _revoloUon, brought about by the teachings of an anti-oonstitutional party, a party _seotional in its aims and _seofcional m its principles. Six of our sister sovereign States have already withdraws from tbe Federal Union, and others threaten speedily to follow. The Demooratio party, ever faithful te the Constitution and the laws,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

Treason in New Orleans* HDTIHT 07 A BBVBRVB OFFICES—TUB OBDBBS OV THH THHABXJKT _DBPARTHBHr MIKECKPTBP IN _AIiABAKA AK» _TBIBTBD, The New Orleans Delta, the organ of the Sisunionists in Louisiana, and reputed to live on the pecuniary favors of Senator Slidell, publishes the following on January 30, in very large, type: The Mayor of New Orleans, Mr. Monroe, last sight received a highly important despatch from Governor Mooreof Alabama, addressed to the Governor of Louisiana, or the Mayor of New Orleans. Mr. Monroe, finding himself unable to communicate with Capt. Brushwood last night, has thought it best to give publicity to the despatch, in order_4fest-fte eJ>j«otJBay-tous"Ber _Sttsfa8&--W« think his course in the matter the best that can be adopted under the circumstances. The following is the despatch: . - mohtgomebt, Jan. 29,1861. To the Governor of Liuinana or Mayor of . New Orleans: , _; - . .\ ;.. .. The following .despatch was received here te day; and has b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

JOB PRINTING. "THE PRESS" _|g _propared to exeoute neatly, cheaply, and expeditiously ZTKB.T SSSCBIPT1ON OV PLAHf AND ORNAMENTAL PRINTING BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, PAPER BOOKS, CIRCULARS, BILL BEADS, BLANKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION CARDS, POSTERS. HANDBILLS, LABELS niNTIHS VOX .« AUCTIONEERS, LAWYERS, MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS,» MECHANICS, BANKS, RAILROAD AND INSURANCE COMPANIES. _s»" All orders left at the Publication Office of The Pros, No. 41T CHESTNUT street, will be promptly attended to, ieM-tf

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

8JSRO8£N£ OLL. _peKri_^ oil. ~ ~ ":'~~ fortfuiM^™"8 * *he _WM tMtiT-iaoreasing demand OMMS&KTSO OIL AS AN ILLUMIHAT0B, Se 22m _^J_^I2 2?w *»W«* their former capaoifattvnng O%1 S%om CoalM Ik* Vmttd States,- and in order to insure tor us a constant rawlyadequate to the demand, . they have _ponuYely_^itoSa to Mtabuih any new agencies, or oreatoaay saw outlets for it what-•wiat-we claim for this Oilia. its ii_^_j _BIWWfflilflMUF?™_- It is entirely free firom the offensive odor peculiar to all other Coal Oils in the market, and for briuuuioy as a Utht, cleanlinesscheapness, ana safety, (havmi no explosive properties), is, we may oosfidentiy say, THE ONLY OIL THAT WILL OI7E _BMWERAL _^ SATISFACTION, ... Wherever it has been introduced consumers will use _noother* - ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦¦ ¦ •.. ¦¦ ¦ ' As there are many inferior Oils sold at Kerosenewe caution dealers in particular against using this trade mark. Whenever doubts exist as to the genuineness of the articlewe respectfully a*k ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

The Dbaka ah» x~ _Copyaiaaf.—Tlie following letter from Charles Plckens to t&e _tendon 2V?»^ejrplalftsit«slf! .. . . . " Sib : I shall feel greatly obliged to you if you will allow me to make knows to theatrical managers, through your columnsthat I believe it is in the; power of any English writer of fiction legally to prevent any work of his from being dramatized or adapted for the stage without his consentand that I have taken measures for the assertion of this right in my own case, and intend to try it with whomsoever may violate It. . " It happened but yesterday that I had, in conjunction with Mr. WUku Collingvery unwillingly to assert this principle in defence of a joint production of ours against the proprieior ofcthe Britannia Theatre. In a most frank and honest manner he immediately withdrew au .announced piece on the night of its intended first representation, and when Ms audience were assembled. As I had no earlier opportunity of giving him notice of my intention...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

The Canadian Fugitive Slave Case* _PWPBBSHT TIBWS _UT CANADA. ' The Montreal Gazette, of the 28thu It, »ubUshe a communioation from a correspondent, who oon_« tends that the slave Anderson. became the aggressor when he fired the second shot at" Diggss, after the latter became disabled, the latter being ' then unable to continue the pursuit, and that, under suoh circumstances, the effort of the slave to kill his antagonist was actually murder—not an sot done in self-defence. To this argument the Gazette replies that " the slaying of Bigges-was aot a matter of malice prepense deliberately plotted , but an act committed in the beat of an affray, when Anderson's passions had bees aroused by the persistent pursuit of Digges and his slaves, and the imminent danger of oapture, the slain man being the assailant. It was therefor© not murder, even if we admit his basis of argument, and his reading of the evidence, bat manslaughter, an aot whieh does not come within the purview of the treaty...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

A Donation for Indigent Si_>ih&?_kki.— A benevolent and eccentric maiden lady, Miss P. Townsend by name, died recently in Boston. In her will she leaves $20,000 to the Home for the Relief of Indigent Females in Boston, and $80000 to be applied to the support of those females who, in] legal phraseology, are called " spinsters" or single women. She says in her will that she belongs to tiie sisterhood, and ia in duty bound, as she has the meansto procure them a shelter from "the world's dread faugh" and a quiet home. The recipients are to be such as are redufiedby poverty, not crime, to be Americans and * bora of American parents; they are to be of the virtuous poor of this _dAtoription, who are single from choice or necessity. She says the number will always be large of those who are too old or too feeble to labor for their supportand have out-lived their friends, and trusts they will find the home a happy asylum. She also leaves $20,000 to another home for destitute ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

PAOirioTBi.BQB.AfH.—A letter from Salt Lake says: ; ¦ ' ¦ '¦ ' ¦¦ ' ¦ ' - ,: " .. ¦¦ . _- . . ¦; ' _; _;,-, ' . -. - ¦ ¦ ¦ . ' . [. ' " Edwin Cioighton, Esq., the agent of the Paolfio Telegraph Company, has bees in the city these last two weeks, but _eeeme to be a little perplexed about determining the route of the lightning wires.' fie has naturally sought for interest in. the enterprisebut has found little of £h« substantial in tha form and shape of shares. Bngham is willing enough to put np the poles lot. the company, provided that the affair is all clear and aboveboard on the "rhino" question; hot the obief has sot forgotten that, the oommunity lost about $200000 in fitting up stations and famishing mules for the Eastern Express Company in 1857, and the Government _verj unceremoniously broke the contract, and the Mormons lost everything. The Telegraph Company probably count os some protection-to the poles and wires from the presence of the, United States troops on the route;. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 4 February 1861

Theeb are some very farcical Incidents ia a Chinese battle. In one of the little fights at _Shanghae, cue of the _Bhanghae rebels was cut off in bis retreat by, an Imperialist soldier. After a considerable chase and much dodging, the ' rebel fell * and the Imperialist wasnp to him in an instantand placed the _mnisle of his loaded matchlock close to the po6r fellow's head, fired, and then took to bis heels. To the _amasemfat and amuse- ment of all who witnessed the scene the rebel got up and ran back to Shangbae, with no injury beyond the loss of his red cap,- and the singeing of his longhair. The Imperialist' s bullet had slipped easily down hit barrel, bat just aa easily slin_^ ped out when he depressed his barrel. But _tfiere were some ngly wounds received thereand the wounded suffer terribly from the _unskilfulhess of the Chinese surgeons , who rarely, if ever, ampu-Utc, and to extract a ball they u«« a strong dr*wiD_«plaster. .. . . ...,.,,. . .. : *> ; _-:,:v.: : ;,.• ...

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