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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

THE CITY AMU3E!ffiENTS THIS EVENING. American Academy of Mosic, Broad and Locust streets.—Mr. Rarey. _Assembly _Bcildings. Tenth aid Chestnut streets — Abel k Lejl&nd's S.ereoptioon. _\_Ws«ati-r> *. Clarke's Ab.ch-bt&sbt TH_»A.«t». Arch street, above sixth.—*' Camiile." w alxtjt-stebkt Tbsatbb, Walnut and Ninth sjta.— " The Inconstant"—" The Qanmaker of Moaoow." McDohotoh_'s Olympic (late _Gaieties). Race street_, below Third.—" Th_» Seven Maters." _Commonwealth a all, Chestnut street—"The Tern pie of Woaders"—Sigsor Blitz. Ukitxb States _Bbildisss, Chestnut street, below Fifth.—Van Ambnrgh &, Co.'_s Menagerie. SiNioat's Opera _Hottbx. Eleventh street_, above Chestnut.—Concert nightly.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

EXPRESS COMPANIES. _nwM THE ADAMS EXPRESS and Biecie, «j tflB 'J)_y «¦ own, Lines or fa oonneotioa with other Express Companiesto all the _prinoiw tmi an« sities ef the VniUd Stetes. E. 8. _SANDFORJD Jelt-n •*_n_«ral _RavczinteiirfaDt GHROME GREEN —Manufactured and for sal_« by WETHERILL fc BROTHER. itU 4T and *9 North SECOND Bt.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

THE REVOLUTION IN THE SOUTH Newspaper Intelligence. _otmucn oh a _havai. _offiobb m kobiba. Lieut Jubh Jewet_?, United State* navy, of _Eeatuok?, arrived in Washington on Friday evening l«#t from Pensaoola, and, in oon*eo, u_«i8e of tbapeonliar _eireonsstanoea under wbioia w '«« thatcitj and m*de the transit of the State «f _F_«_£ rids, he made haste the next morning to calI upon Senator Crfttenden, and _report the _faott tohuu and solicit his advice. i~n-,, tv._k It appears that assooa as it was _*°°_™ *»»* Lieut.Jewett was about to *?™?£? afc 2-St»t_» authorities of Florida ordered hmto be arrestedand womd notpermifc himjo depart _unlegi, npon his parole of honor, that J_£w ould MWfcb _unarms agatastthe State of Florida. The dooniMnTwaf duly drawn and presented to the Lieutenant, who accepted KM the only means of _esoape C imprisonment Without this document he eonld not have passed _thwuga the State. Senator Orittenden,. _tooh bearing of soon an outrage being perpetrated upo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

Thrillinglv Eloquent Appeal. Where is there an American _oUwon who _oaa resist the following splendid and heartfelt appeal from a citizen of Kentucky, to one of its Representatives in Congress, under date of January 24th T The writer was a Bell and Everett elector in the late Presidential campaign: "Mr Dbab Sib: Although I wrote to you at _length a few days sinceT. oannot now refrain from making a few additional suggestions. Ihave been seriously reflecting upon the great questions before the country, and have been forced to the conclusion that all will ba lost unless Congress agrees upon a compromise within the next tiro or _tgree weeks. I see no hope in the distracted councils of thirty-three discordant State _Legisla. tures. The Border States, if they oould act in concert, might do muoh good; but even such action on their part oannot prevent otter ruin unless the Representatives in Congress from the North present a united front in favor of an honorable adjustment. If they will a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

EX CHANGE INSURANCE COMPANY -Offioe No. 409 WALNUT Street. FIRE INSURANCE on Houses and Merchandise generally, on favorable terms, either limited or per-Detual. DIRECTORS: Jeremiah Bonsall, Thomas Marsh, John Q.. _Ginnodo Charles Thompson, Edward D. Roberts, James T. Hale, Samuel L. _Smedley, Joafaua T. Owen, Reuben C. Hale, „ John J. Griffiths. _jjTRKMIAH BONSALbPresident. JOHN Q. GINNODO, Vice President, Richard Poh, Secretary. ' Ja3l FWW INSURANCE. — MECHANICS' INSURANCE COMPANY of Philadelphia. No, 138 North SIXTH Street, below Race, insure Buildings, Goodsand Merchandise generally from loss oi damage by Fire. The company guarantee to adjust all losses promptly, and thereby hope to merit the patronage of the public ¦ '' ' .'_"_-' -' . . DIRBCTOBS. William. Morgan, Bbbert Flanuan, Francis-Cooper, _Mtanael _MoGFeoy, George L. Dougherty, Edward _MoSovera ; James -Martin Thomas B. MoCormiok. James Dutoss John Bromley, Matthew.MoAleer, Fraiois Falls, Bernard Rafferty, John Cassady ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

_f HE WEEKLY FRE8S A _NETv - VOLUME 1-1861. THE WEEKLY PRESS will enter upon a New Veume with the New Year. _*:. To say, merely, that our paper has been sucoessfull would be to giye far too weak and indefinite an* idea of our position—&ri not only has THE ¦ WBEKLT-. FBISS been _establishedonaseoure and permanent foundation, but it is, in reality, a marvellous example of the degree of favor whioh a rightly-conducted LITERARY, _POLEdCAL,. AND HEWS JOURNAL can receive at the hands of a liberal and enlightened public. _Onr most _gmieftil thanks are tendered for the patronage already bestowed upon us, and we shall spare no efforts which may serve to render the paper even more attractive, useful, and popular in the future. The POLITICAL oourse of THE WEEKLY PRESS need not be enlarged upon here. Independent, steady and fearlesjs, it has battled, unwaveringly and * zealously, in defence of the BIGHTS OF THE PEOPLE against EXECUTIVE USURPATION, and unfair and tyrannical leg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

_SKIPPING _jz£$_f_* FOR THE 6GUTH.—CHARL£8-rttJiti&nA nhv Vjbif_. _Heavr _freight at &n average of _vishsn *ar mbi, below new York Steamship rates. FOR CHARLESTON. S. C FOR SAVANNAH, © A. The U. 8. Mail steamship STATE ef GEORGIA, Captain John J.Garvin. will sail for Savaunnh on 3sturdfty. February 3, at 10 o'eloek A.M. The U. S. Mail Steamship KEYBTONE STATSCavt. Marehman. irrl sail for Savannah oa Saturday, FebrnarrO,atlOo'qlockA M_, . Freight to _rharie«ton_, S. C, via PavanBn.iL, on measiiremant goods, 20 oents per cubic foot; other seeds it same ratio. _Is7" Goods received and Bills of Lading signed _evtr? day, '¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ': . ¦ • ¦ ¦¦ .. . ..... v , The _SQlende_* first-olassside wheel _Steamahrps 1KY-8TONE 8 >¦ ATE and STATE OF GEORGIA Tow "i as above every two weeksthus formina * weekly oommuuioation with Charleston and S_«M.anah, and tit Sonth and Southwest. At both Charleston and _Savajw_^hthase . Ships eon nect with steamers for Flor*<...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

BREAD DURE AND CHEAP BREAD , MANUFACTURED BY THE MEGHANIOAI_. BAKERY, •AM KM OBTA3NSD AT THB VOU.OWIM* _' ' PLACES: MECHANICAL BAKERY, B. W. comer of Broad and Vine streets. " CM. CLARK. -— . —-Poplar street, below Tenth. H. MoNEIL.—~~ _—.8. E. corner Sixth and _, . ' PjuitMm _wtirmm* "_^" -./ - JATHO ft 8ON,—_—_.No_.JM North Fifthstreet JOHN G. M0IEY-— __ No. IMS Vine street. T. P. 8MITHM__ , No._118 North Fifth street S.SOOY— S. E. earner Fifth and . ¦ Sprnoe streets. W. W. MATHEWB._I_. B. E. oorner Eleventh and Looust streets. D , KNIGHT,^—~^.—Broad street, below Wai'¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ nut. * '* ¦ ¦ GEORGE GARVIN—.—No. 1418 Lombard street. D. COURTNEY.. ;,, It. W. oorner Sixteenth and Pine streets. WM COURTNEY—,.——No. 80S South Twelfth ; ¦ ¦ street. - 8. R. WANAMAKER—— Federal street, above ••¦ • ¦¦ ¦ ' - ' _^StXth. '"'' ' •¦¦ - ¦ 8. LENTZ——. • n ¦ -' _rinnmr South Fourth and Johnston streets. L. HOLLAND. —~- ¦ . ¦ B. wTeorner Sixteenth an Ogden streets. DAVID 8ADDLBB No. ISO Nort...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

: KAJL1.ROAA> A>_lfiJB». HJB PENNSYLVANIA O B » f rH« _XAUUtOAB. 1 Q£*f\ **Kn 'm JOPBLE TIUCK _^ J-CytyJa ¦;. _. . sill lit _I _Jli_^_B _BSs .. jtcXW/» THE CAPACITY OF THM_^_OADJi NOW _EftUAJ" fgREE THROUGH PA88K_<_Wrb T_^_J AINB _' BETWEEK _^HIl_^J_^PrtS 'Sl_^_pti TiBIJJlt yonnectinc direct at ¦_rhilsid._eitiaia Witt _Tfirouf b Trains from Boston, New York, _aatt "ill voints i_^a_«t_< and In the Jtoon Depot at . _PitteW_^ihThVouth _^rriliii to tod fromaffpoyitsmtiiemst forthwest,and Southwest —thus furnishing _fikcihties for the _transportatioa c* ParoncersunsurpasseoTfoT speed and comfort byaoy other route. _ • Express and Fast Lines ran threua te _Pitttbsrg without ohange of Cars or Conductors. All _tnrourh Passenger Trains provided with _Lonjaruge's _Jrateat Brake speed under perfeot _sontrcTof the _sngiBser* _"^¦_Spnt n'Bon to the safetTeltraveUen. _^ _. _ Smoking Cars are attached to eaohJTrainj Wooiraff_' _s •uwsexoepted. MaUTWl^^ Pldl_^.l,kl. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

By the use of these Fills the periodical attacks of Nervous or Sick _Htadafht _m&j be prevented; and if taken at the commencement of an attack immediate relief from pain and sickness will be obtained. They seldom fail in removing the Nausea and Htad ache to whioh.females are so subject. They act _gentlr on the bowels, removing Co*_Imjm.«m .For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females, and all persons of sedentary habits, they are valuable as a Laxative, improving the appetite,, giving tone aad vigor to the digestive organs, and restoring the natural elasticity and strength to the whole system. The CEPHALIC PILLS are the result of long investigation and earefully conducted experiments, having been in use many rears, during which time they have prevented and relieved a vast amount of pain and suffering from Headaohe, whether originating in the nervous system or from a deranged state of the stomach, ' ' ' '" :'' ' '' '_.' ' They are entirely vegetable in their composition, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

Bridgit.—Mitswi wants yon to send her a box of Cephalio G'_ue; no, a bottle of Prepared Pills—bnt I'm thinkinK that's not just it _naither; but perhaps ye'll be afther knowing what it is. Ye see she's nigh dead and gone with the Sick Headache, and wants some more of that same as relaived her _tiefoja. Druggist.—You /must mean Spaldinr's Cephalic Prili.: ,.. ¦ ¦, ' ¦ _¦ ¦/- ¦:: ' :¦ :¦: ¦ , ¦ ¦ Bridget.—Och i sure now and you've sed it. Here's the _quar ther, and giv me tbe Fills, and don't be all day about it, aither. THE AMALGAMATION OF IiANGUAffES.-There i«a growing tendency in ttu_. a_^^_dtnStim " for Uie head," is now fbeoomiM _Swfan* _" inoounwtton with Mr. SpaWing'. treat general way, and the word - . ftrtito wlU _beo?»# " sssl uUr««_&_« -_°eni •* _^_ttve _* • to *• manor bom." ? aTdly Realized. Hi 'ad'n orrible ' eadaohe this hatteraoon, hand I .tSped into the hapothecanr' ., _^. "_^ _^ tothe maa, " Can you hease me of an ' eadaohe l» * f oes it ha_^ae 'ard?'»«a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

¦ PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF TRADE. E._O.BIDDL1. / WM. C. _KEEHMLB, J Committbk of thb Monte. JOHN K. ADDICKS, 1 _LETTfiR BAGS At the Merchants1 Exchange, Philadelphia. Ship Frank Boult, Morse.. —..—,..—Liverpool, soon 8hip Ann K Hooper. Hooper.— —.._—. Li _verpooU soon 8hi» _SaranakvRowland .Liverpool, Feb 26 Bark White wing, Eslini —^ _„..._—._Lasoayra, soon _Borfe IrmaWortinger..—^— -. .._i..Batt»_does» toon Bark American. Christian.—?• -..-—Barbsdoes. soon Brig Adlline, eohulken-— ——..-..London, soon Bohr _EveUne. York-™... ._„. ___. Havana, soon Sohr Indian Queen, Hardy.... Barbadoes. Feb i «AH.me OF THE OCEAN _SIBAUERI. FROM THE UNITED STATES. SHIM 1_«AV» B-OB _BAVS Niagara .-.... .Boston-Liverpool -— »™Feb 6 Ktna.. ..—.New Yo_»k.-Liverpool-_— Feb 9 Bohemian-—. Portland... iverpool..-.—-Feb 9 Miss ss'wi—-- New York.-Baeuo_* Ayres. Feb 9 Araoia _—. - Bost..n_^.Li*erpoof -_£eb W K_«dar... ...—New }«»rk..Liverpool __ ._^.-.FebM _AURlo Saxon—- .„ Portland... Liverpool-—•.—— Feb 18 Ne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

Front Mercersburg. [Correspondence of The Fre_«s.l _Meeobbsbubg, Franklin co., Fa. Me. Editor : Permit me to aasure you that your untiring patriotic efforts to save the tjnion are _deuply appreciated by the good people of this oommunity. As a proof of ttaa statement, I need only aay that about forty copies of th_« daily Press are taken by the oitij zens of this small town—received through your agent at Greencastle. You probably nave no idea of the intense interest that is felt in regard to the future of our country in this interior, I might say out-of-the way section. Every one seems to be thoroughly aroused to a sense of the dangers that threaten us. A few days since a large «rowd, both from town and the surrounding country, collected together, at very short notice, to raise a Unionpoh_, from the top of-which a large flag, containing thirty-thru stars, floats to the breeze. There was also a Union pole raised at a place called the Gap—the birth-place of James Buehanau—about four...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

wnspmmAiM. _p _5BpjS_^_iAnSSSS5_Y ~' Dr. DARIUS HAM'S AROMATIC INVIGORATING BPIR_11. _3RM* Mtd&inthas bimustdby th*r**1 **/™ /<« y«_ar* with _intHasi** favor. It is r_*e«*nmMdid to Curt _DvtpfrKa. _TShrvimtmss. Btart-Sum, CoUe Paint, Wind i* th§ Stomach, or r****}» **# tk_/HfUimtsLow Spirits, CHHnwm i _Trtmtns, _Inttmptranet, It _SSIKitUnS, EXHltAEAWS , I»VIBOBAMB,B«* Wttl MO* _IHSOXICAIB OB _STWrK_»»» As a Meiioine it ia _ouiok and . efl_>otual, ouring the most _aggravated oases ofDyspep«anCidneT ComplainU, a,_ud aUothetderangements of the Stomach and Bowels mit ¦ wiU_%itanOyr * revive the most melanoholy and drooping spirits, and restore the weak, nervous, and _sicker to health. _rtreTisth, and vigor. f, _hmmt . Persons who, fro» tiie _injadioioue _u«e ofJU WgWhaW_* beoone dejiotedi and .their nervous . syBteiMBhattored, _sunwot oonstitutiombroken downand »»« »«_nw _ourse to hunanity, the _Dblibtom Tf bmbns, will,, almost _immelato_^feel the happy and hea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

A Real Blessing. Physician.—Well, Mrs. Jones, how is that headaohe i Mrs JontSi—Gone,! Dootor, all gone! the pill you sent cured me is just txri-,.ty minutes, and 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 reoommena * them in alloasesofFeadaohe. Mrs. Jones.—I shall send for a box direotly, _andtssaU tell all my suffering friends, for they are a real _ihinnt. , Wwxkit Millions of _Doixabs _savbd.—Mr.Spaldinchaa aold two millions of bottles of his celebrated Prepared Glue, and it is estimated that each bottle [saves: at . least ten dollars_^ worth of brokenifurnitute thtwmakins an aggregate of twenty millions of dollars reclaimed from . total-loss by this ' valuaBle invention • _^ Saving made his Glue a household word, he now proposes to do the world still greater servioe by ounng all the aching heads with his Cephaho Pills, and if they are as good as his Gluoi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

CLEARED. Brie John Welsh, Fifield. Trinidad, 8 ft W Welsh. _saqTed. The . bark George BradfordBobbinsleft yesterday morning for Glaagow_. in tow of tug <*tarhcht. with the following cargo: 16.426 bushels wheat and 3,875 bbla flour. MEMORANDA. Ship Hotspur, Johnson95 days from Hong Kong with teassilks, *o, arrivea at New York 3d _inst. In Straits of sundawaa in company with _shipa £ea Serpent and Edith " Ote-Shis Eide&vor_. Doane. sailed from San Francisco 16th alt fiwwew York. • Ship underwriter. Roberts, from Liverpool 1st nit. at New VorkSdinst. Has been IT days W of the Banks, with heavy westerly sales. Jan * 10, lat 44 20. long 3740, boarded ship Kiverdale, of Hnll, deal loadedwaterlogged and abandoned, apars all standing, sails partly netasd deck breaking np—apparently not long in that condition. Ship Flying _Childer_*_. at San Francisco Jaa 6, from N York, reports; Nor Mth. lat 06 S, long f8 W, experienced heavy werterly _galei and a high aea; a heavy aea st...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

_ttACHIWERY AND IRON; _tztStk. PENN STEAM - _SNQIKE AND and FOUNDERS, having, ' for manjr.yeais, been in _suoeesafol operation, and Deen exclusively engaged in building and repairing Marine aad River _finginei, hiiS and low pressure, Iron BoatsWater Tanks, Propellers, fte., fte.. respectfully offer tneir serv_^eas to the _sublie. as being rally prepared to contract lor Engines of all sues, MarineRiver, and Stationary , having sets ol patents of different sues, are. prepared to . execrate orders with wok despatch. Every description of Patten making made at the shortest notice. High and Low Pressure, Flue, Tabularand Cylinder . Boilersofthi best Pennsylvania oharooal iron. Fozgingsof all sixei and kinds; Iron and Brass CastLnra, of _alTdesoriBtions; RoliTursinfScrew Cuttingand all ether work eonoeoted with the above business. ' - - ¦ * ¦ : Drawings and speoifioaSonsfor all work done atthei] _^_The subsonbers have ample wharf dook room for ' re pairs of boats, where they' can lie in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

RAILKOA1* LINES. _iMrjuypqpjixiL WINTER _^^jM^^_jjfif _^ _aMTOY_^kS _PHjLA_^ '_^i^^_mmSkfAm! mvor ¦ FARE. At* A. M., via _Camden and Amboy, C. and A. Ac- _^ At_»TM!fvi_^C amden_^J_^y_^ W _^ _^ _ktiTtflL,via Camdenand jersey City, * Morning „ AM UJtfATBCTvia ¦ Kensmgton _' andTersey _' city, m WOBtdlH _£_bcpT6S8 ¦ ••• ***^• •- .,.._*,_#,». .m.i>,,,-¦, »._».,„..„.,„. a w At VZ% P. M.v via Camden mad Amboy Aooonimo- n __ d&tion •—— —• *-—• •¦*• ' "•••••••"•*••"•••••••' * ** At a P. M.i via _Camden and Araboy, C. and A. Ex-BT0S_8 • i - -¦- - _y - _-*-- 111 _« _« tj|ii • * «> il In! At 4J» P. M., via Kensington and Jersey Oitf, Bvetiing _T_^_XPTflRfft»¦ ¦ — • • ¦¦¦>¦¦>n tun i n ¦¦ _i..p * _i »¦»'»—¦¦¦» 3 Wl At 4_H P. M., via Kensington and Jersey Citj, 3d ClaisTioi#t ---- ¦ ' -—^* -— — ~-_~- ••• ** A^« P. M., via Camden and Jersey Citj, Eve ningg _^ Atl&PrM.VviaCamden _' _andTerwy _51ty * , * SouW- „ era Mail—•—>-_> _•.•¦¦• •• «...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 5 February 1861

J>£ WCK9HM_3 WINTER ARRANG1-B_|J1_«Sb| ME NT-PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON. A_^DIJALTIMOREJElILROAD. On and after MONDAY, _NOVEMBER M, I860. PASSENGER.TRAINS LEAVE _PHILADELPHIA: For Baltimore at 8.U A.M., 13 noon (Express), and 10.60 P. M. ' For _Ghester at 8,1* A. M., U noon, l_.U_, i,U,«, and 10,W For Wilmington at 8.U A. M., IS noon, LIB, 4.18,8. and 10.60 P. M. For New Castle at 8H A. M., «.1S and C P.M. For Middletown at 8.1? A. M. and 4.U P. M. For DoverrtS.U A. M. and 4.18 P. M. for Hannnctonat 8.15 A. M. and 4-M P. M. or Milfordat 8.H A. XL, (Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 4.1S P.M.) .. „ ¦ ., ¦ _„ For Farmington at 8.1$ A. M. (Mondays, Wednesdays For Seaford at 8.16 _^ A. M. (Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at _U» P.M. * For Salisbury _nt 8.16 A. M_. Train at 8.16 A. M. will conneot at Seaford on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays with steamboat to Nor-* TRAINS FOR PHILJ OELPHIA _s Leave Baltimore at 8JP A. M. (Express), 10.U A. H., and 6.10 P.M. ,. ¦ ¦-¦ •- Le...

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