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

_iSBEs_^M. ELMIRA ROUTE— MI_^^_p_^_F raaADELPHIA AND Et-Cliioago_, St. _LoaisJMiitwaairfo , aad sjjfpoints North aw ( JPaasenger trajnawill leave the new Depot of the PhiwklnW J_^_iK,8 -_^&_4> aMian« »M«« on Cal-^^ _"_^l_^^_dailx (Sundays exoepted), for above . MISHT KlPpSS_. _^-TZrljo p: W. k_^£? _wiA_' ™* g »«» oonneots at Ru»ert tforWilke»- with the trains of the New York and KH<i. _eZn_*ifi_3_?£_Z lESsaaB _a_^nsftsasa s|gfSSiSRS'_^_ISl&iS£1'> _'»' ¦_"^™"" —Hid-_^_iS?^ ^^_H_9 * at tte Philadelphia and filffi_%S_™_9_^Ir ,_eJsi Tj_^etOaoe,norKhwestooraer of SIXTH and CH« t/NITT Streetsandat the Passenger Depot, cornero- 'rfiiaTEENTHandCAJLiLOWHILL „ " _THROWS EXPRESS FREIGHT TRAIN Leave the PMl delphia and Reading Depot, Broad aad CllowMU stre tTdiilV (_Spgdays exceptedj, _iSr a points West a l Northat« P.M. Freights mu. be delivered before I P. M. to Insure thefr going _tha_*ainedar. « •«-«»¦ TH_^_lfe^^SdcMo_^ _lllg.£$** ***** aals-W _P...

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

JHSjBiai_^^_BH PHILADELPHIA PSuSSSEKAKD READING RAlIi-ROAD.—PASSuJIGKR TRAINS for _POTtTSVlLLE, READING, aad HARRISBURG, on and after Nov! jSlORNING LINES, DAILY _* (Sundays._exoepted.) Leave New Depot, oorner of BROAD and CALLOw-H1LLStreets, PHILA DELPHI A,( Passenger entranoes on Thirteenth and on _CaUowhill streetsTJ at 8 A M.., connecting at Harnsburg with the PENNSYLVANIA RAILRLAD, J f. M. train running to Pittsbonc: the _CUMBERLiND , VALLEY l_^uBp_^arwnlijnmrto _ChambjmburK_«_arUrie, _,%,and the _NORTHERN CENTRAL BATtrBn_^p fp. || . train, running to fanbury_,aBO_. AFTERNOON LINES. Leave New Depot, oorner of BROAD and CALLOWHILL Streets, PHIL ADELPHLA,( Passenger entranoes on Thirteenth and_^on_, CaUowhill streets,) for POTT8-VILLE and HARRISBUR6, atsibjLP. M., D*ILY, for READING only, at 4J0F. M.. DAILY, (8undays ex-JllTAkoES VIA PHILADELPHIA AND SHADING Fbom PpLApnvHiA. Miles, * To PhosaixviUe—.. . » leading _. 88 Philadelphia and Reading ffi_^z_^z-M r_^_1 _^1 ^^&amp...

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

npHE NEW JOB PBINTING OFFICE or "THE PRESS" it prepared to execute neatly, oheaply, and _expeditiously JtVJUM DESCRIPTION OT PLAIN ASD ORNAMENTAL PBINTING BOOKS, PAMPHLETS, PAPER BOOKS, CIRCULARS, BILL HEADS, BLANKS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION CARDS, POSTERS, p. HANDBILLS, I._ATVRfM JOB PRINTING _VSIHTIKS TO& AUCTIONEERS, LAWYERS, MERCHANTS, MANUFACTURERS, _MECHANICS BANK8_, RAILROAD AND INSURANCE COMPAN[E8._1 W AH orders left at the Publication Office of _Tkt Press, No. 417 CHESTNUT Street, will be promptly attended to. ieM-tf

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

PEREMPTORY SALE, 12ih FEBRUARY—4 _uoa SHARES BOHEMIAN MINING COMPANY'" 84 On Tuesday. February 19, a* 13 o'clock noon, at the _PUladelpMa Exohanxefor non- . ayment of assewmefit— _* wa 4_^ 09 shares Bohe mian Mining Company of Michigan, REAL ESTATE RALE—FEBRUARY 13 NBAT MODERN DWELLING, No. W South Pif teenth streetbelow Pme street. The home hat 4. modem oonvenienoes. #3,000 may remain on mert-S _^OTTAGE RESIDENCE, with _Stab_'e and C«w«l> House, &o.. i-eyeiington avenue, Twenty-first wm_? ate _Roxborough. Lot 60 by 170 feet. Tfce house ooatains ten rooms. Alsovcarnage house asd other u. oessary out-buildings. Terms, half cash-PBRTEMPTORY SALE-Three-story btiok _dwellia, No. 631 Jefferson street. Sale absolute. *' EXECUTORS' SALE—FEBRUARY 19. Estate of James G. Fisher, E»q., deoeaied, FIRST-CLASS CHESTHUT-Stofir PROWERtv Our sale _Wih _Febroary yiH molnde the _Iaree &Bd valuable estate south side of Chestnut street betvaai Eleventh and Twelfth s'reets68 fe...

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

<SAYIWO V_^101_^8' _OATINQ FUND—IIYE PER CENT. IN-!S5 TEFJB'E'JATldNAI_^iAFETY TRUST COMPANY, WALNUT Street. aouthwesVoorner of Third, Philadelphia. _Incoxporated by the. SUte of Fennsyl-Money isreewved m any sum, lane or smallasd intereit y«id from the: day of deposit to the day of with-The office is open every day from nine o'clock in the morning till five o'clock in the'eveningand on Monday and Thursdayi eveninM till ejght-Q'elocr. - Hon. _TBfisN.. Y L. _BBPTNKR, President. ROBRRT _SEuFRIDGE_.Vioe _fretident_^ William J. Rxxs, _Seoretary. _^ "_ ¦ "¦¦ : _ niaicTOKs. Hon.Henry L. Benner_, F Carroll Brewster, Edward!.. Carter, Joseph B. Barr, Robert Selfndge, FranoisLee Samuel K Aihton, Joseph Yertes_, O. Landreth Munns. James L. Stephenion. Monsj is received and payments made dally. Tbp . investments are _maoiiin conformity with the provisions of the Charter, in Real Estate Mortgages. Ground . Rents, and, snob first-class securities as will always insure perfect security...

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

MOSES NATHANS, AUCTIONEER AND_COTIMl88I0rr MERCHANT, Southeasl oorner of SIXTH and RaCE Streets NATHANS' GREAT SALE OF ~ WATCHES, JEW. _ELRf, kc. ONE THOUSAND LOTS OF FINE GOLD AND SILVER WATCH68, DIAMONDS, FINE GOLQ JEWELRY, &o. On Thursday Monunr* February 7. at 10 o'clockat Moses Nathans' Aaettoa Wouse, Nos. 166 and 167 North Sixth streetadjoining he southeast oorner of Sixth and Race streets. coniUting.inpart.of WAT0HEB> Fine 18-oarat bunting-case and open-face _Esiliih patent lever watchesm de by Joseph Johnson, fit. J, Tobiasand other celebrated m*kera; fine lS-oarat gold defaohed lever and lemne w*tohs* , in _bontiiig _taiei and open faceof the best and mast approved _makcri s gold duplex watches; fine 18-oarat gold _ehronometar watches; line IS-oarat gold doubie-timo watehss; W silver watohese_«nsittmg of hunting-oaseeoabU-cut, and _double bottom English patent lever watobas; eioapement and lepme watches; £n«lishv Swiss, ud _Kranch watches. DIAMONDS. . Fin...

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

ISiarR_^I_^_HB WINTER AHRANGEjilig j BHa^^_gB* MENT.—PHILADELPHIA, GERMANTOWK.AND NORRISTOWN RAILROAD. Leave Germantown, 6,7, 736,8. 8%. 9, io, II and 13 A. Leave Philadelphia, 9.05 mm. A. M., J, 7, and 10K P. M. ". '' ' ' . . ¦ ¦¦ . ..... Leave Germantown, 8.10 nun. A. M., 1.10 _min., I, and 9_* PtMt _CHESTNUT HILL RAILJIOAB. Leave Phitadelphja, «, a, M, ajftdllArM., S, 4,«, 8, and _lOJtf P. M* Leave Chestnut Hill719, tM. 8.49, and 9.40, and IMP A. M., l_^i,i._^l0.miBMT _| . Btt. ' __ .. _. _ _T ON SUNJJAygt Leave Philadelphia9.06 A.M.S. and 7 P.M. ~Leave Chestnut Hill, 7J0min,A. M., 13 60, 6.40, and S_>.10 mm. P. M. FOR _CONSHOHOCKEN AND NORRISTOWN. Leave Philadelphia,5JO, 7X_.906_, and 11.06 nun. A. M., US, _SM, 4«BMaaA11M P. M. Leave Nornstown, S, 7,8X5,9, and 11 A. M., IX, 4% andtfPt ' ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia, 9 A. M and S P. M., for Norrts-Leavo Nonistowni7M A M. and 6 p, m_, _FORJfiNAYUNK. Leave Philadelphia, 6,», _7_H_.9.0B, and 11.06 A. M., 1.06.2.05,8_JJ6...

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

BgjM M—3 NORTH PENNSYL-¦BC|_Hk9B"HK_, _^ _TA KIA RAILROAD. FOR BETHLEHEM, D-OYLaSTOWNV MAUCH On and after MONDAY. December 8. I860. Passenger _Tnunswill leave FRONT and WILLOW Streets, Philadelphiadaily, (Sundays exoepted)as follows: -> At6._30i A.M., ( E»ress)j-for Bethlehem, AUentown, Mauoh Chunk, Hazletonso. At _S.4B P. M., (_Eivxemm >for Bethlehem, _^aston, _Sco. This train reaobes Easton at_« FM.and makes close oonneotion with New Jersey Central for New York. . At 5 P. M., for Bethlehem, Allentowa_, Mauoh Chunk, At 9 A. M. and 4 P- M.for _Doyiestown. At 6 P.M., for Fort Washington. Thei«^01 A. . Jtt. Express tram makes[olose oonneotion with the Lehigb Valley Railroad at Bethlehem, being the shortest and most desirable route to all points in bUT7 J4V3_IUKII _VUAi _xeKlua. . TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA. _ Leave Bethlehem at 6.43 A. M., 9.1* A. M., and 638 Leave Doylesto-qrn at 7.M A* M. and S.J0 P. M. Leave FoftWvflinctonat_«.aA.M. at 9_^SUNDAYS. --PKladelphia for F...

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

"A little, but often, fills the Purse." FRANKMN SAVING FUND, No.! _J36 _Sou_^FOUBTH Street, between1 _Cbeitnut and Walnut, Philadelphia, pays aU_> K _devosits on demand. £ Depositors' money secured by Government, - _s State, and City Loans, Ground Rents, Mort- _C jg gacestfto ¦ ¦ ¦ •• .I This Company deems _. safety better than large S1 3 profits, conseanently .will run no risk with depo- S _ailsitora'_mooey. buthave it at all times ready to " | i return with, S per; oent. interestto the owner, m « ,as they,have always done. This Company I u never suspended. *_^ ' g _S Femalesmarried or _single, and Minors, can a • deposit in their own right. e.ud suoh deposiu oan S •3 ; ibe withdrawn only by their consent. S-3 !«r°teB!va^^ | I ! t ,„„_, DIRECTORS. _%' I _ISSftli _Jte_""0 _^ ¦ Cjnis , _| 8 iiS b P iH_»Blil *_J Georse Russell, m. _^ tMalaohi . W. Bloan, Charles £aning • g Jeremiah Cpmfott. _Heory Dilany_^ 5 4 _NioholMilittenhouse, Nathan _Smediey, 5 Jos.H._SatterUwaite. Jone...

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

Congtipation or Co«tivene*sa No one of the "many ills flesh is heir to" is so prevalent, so little understood, and so much neglected as Cosbveness, often originating, in carelessness, or sedentary habits. It is regarded as a slight disorder, of too little _conseduence to exoite anxiety, while in reality it i« 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 Cosbveness is the usual attendant are Headache, Colic, Rheumatism, Foul BreathV Piles, and others of like nature, while a long train of frightful diseases, luoh ' _ae Malignant Fevers, Aboesses, Dysentery, Diarrhoea, Dyspepsia, Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Paralysis, Hysteria. Hypoohondriasis, Melancholy, and Insanity, first indicate heir presence in the system by this alarming symptom. Not unfrequently the diseases named originate in Constipation, but take on an independent existence unless tbe ca...

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

gAXBS BY AUCTION. B* eataiogue _^Wi .-> iw Moflulut, sortment. _ x OF MILLINBr,GOODS. ai_« the Sock of a mlfiiner deetinUw _businew. consi sung of boffiand tnmmiug ribbon, French flowers,

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

MACKEREL, HERRING, _SfflAD, SaI-.»f._S_9_?_via>-WW _^ Mess Noa.,, and t Maek-AssassMaa ''im Miiorted ******* ¦ i_^SSi poxes new . : figg boxes ex^« new Ho4 _lUmpis. .» bjbls. newuEMraomv Mess Shad. . _« bbia. new_^aS&x _SaSSm. 'liMBUmntakBiwnd BankOodiah. r_^_H_^S?**H ,e_?kJiner-ooun_^Cheese. In store and landing, tor saie by _™-u1,,JUIbu,_h HYjk KOONS. «_rt N«>. 14* NORTH _WHARVE_1. WHITE LEAD—Pure, manufactured aad •» for sale by WETHEWLL _^_BROTjajRj_^ _iftB ,47 aad 49 Horth SECOND St ¦

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

M MTZPATRIOK & BROS., A00-• TIONEERS, 604 CHESTNUT Street, ate** Sixth. - ¦¦• ' ¦•'¦ -¦ ¦ -- ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ " ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦¦ ¦' ,- SALES EVERY EVEKINfi. At 7 o'clock, of Books, stationery awl _faaey _iooit* watohes. jewelry, olookssilver Biased ware, ontlery, paintings, musical _instruaments*o. AlsoHosiery, dry goods, boot* mid shoes, and me?- ehandiss of every description. DAY 8AEE8 every Monday, Wednesday, aad Fndayat 10o'clockA.M.u ¦ '¦ - ¦ ¦;¦ PRIVATE SALES. At _jLTivate sale several large oonstrnaents of _watehet, eweiry, books, stationerysilver-plated wareonllirj, fanoy gooes, *c. To which is solioited the _attontioa of oity and oountry merchants and others. Consignments solioited of all kinds of _merekaatfk* _forjBither publio or private sales. .. - mW Liberal cash advances made on _cottiUMeoaa. _Onl_^ nAr «fl|!_#iiR _%»ron»i_*_ltlv *i.i_^_AT>ilii4 In-

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

STOCKSBONDS, *c This Day, February 8, at 13 o'clock noon, at the Exohanre—#13006 per cent. Bonds of the Greenwich iis»_row meniandKulroad Company. Interest _payablefttMi, and November. . , _ w *_y 216 shares Westmoreland Coal Comyauy—par aiua interest 10 per oent. ****• Peremptory Sale—For account of whom it may oo_« cern, without reserve— .... _. ._ " 250 shares Fairmount and Aroh-street City _Pawen_,B, Railway Company-Far «W. *°m 0770 Delaware Mutual _Insnranoe Company 8oriB For _aooous of whom it mav oonoern—900 shares Philadelphia Fire and Life Insurance Co.. 83 000 8unbury and Erie Railroad scrip. It i«a srior loan on the road before any of the mortgages, issued br authority of the _Legis ature. " u u »

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

DHILTP FOFD & CO.AUCHONEE8S P_^iso M_^KET Street and 5M MINOR St. On Thursday Morning. . February 7, at 10 o'otook preoisely, will be sow, by •1_SSSSef ' men' s, boys', and m&**& 3>*2£lh t tana Oxfo _' dittes_. Gongeess gaiters,and slippers , wo _mw' symSes' and children' s Mots ¦_nWf_»_St_?_ftresh ihMKkaJrDOOts_. embraoinic a full awrnnentot _^iresn and desirable _^ jfoods, direct irom first-eSss oltf and B _^_WoX _W Sr>_amiBaUon, with catalogues early on the morning of sale-

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

IMFORTATIOyS. [Reported for the Prew._1 NEW ORLEANS-Bark Grand Turk ¦Witham-SM hhd««ugar38Sbbl_»mola»ieBKutter, Newhalli Co. _t KINGSTON. Ja-Sohr Hel«». Long-fiST tata pimento 135 ton* logwooa 9 to» ooffee . se pieces lignsmvitsB S* dry hides Svanoraons lime _juioeBonsksl Back dividm 1 anchor 31 pieces oopper 6 taohes V p*g» old metala o « %e _ivAlW*A ° fl-8ohr Genoa, Robbin_»-S_« ba t es cotton D Salomon & Co; 27 do yarn Har ft MoDevitt; 840 empty _gsses _Masaer, Collins & Go.

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

STOCK8 AND REAL _»-_"RTATJi_', _SALBR AT tWbXCHANGE EVERY _TUESij* •W Handbills of eaoh property issued _separatoh¦{ addition to whioh we _^ publlBh, on the Saturday o™lr d's o eaoh sate, one thousand catalogue!, in ptmffl orm_._f iving fuirdesonptioiis of all the property3 ?^ mid on the _lollowine Tuesday. * ro ** REAL ESTATE AT PRIVATE 8ALK _tOT We have & lame amount of Teal _estate at nri,_«. sale, including every description of-city'ima _conSi! . Printed lists may be had at _i&_« aiodoVS-hj _property _^ RI VAT K SALE REGISTER " onon «ore *W Heal estate entered on our private sale regi»._M and advertised oooasionaUy m . our publio sale ab»tr«5?' of whioh one thousand copies are printed w_^J?_.; free of oharge. *irt»

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

a* _^A _^_"9°% ibm.ih. _». |*anufaqturer of Pondrfa*!_, jaw-im Goldamithr _fl_^11 , UB&AJtY et.

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

8_ALBS BV A1_TCTIOJI M THOMAS & iSONS, • _Wos. 13« and 141 South FOURTH Str«.i (Formerly Nob. 67 and 88.) "el

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 6 February 1861

Effect of Secession in England. [From tde London _Tjoieo of the 22d nltj . . . The American revolution is advancing with rapid strides to a consummation. Within a week or twoi We may expect to hear, of civil war _between the States of the great Republic. Anxious as we feel to escape such a conclusion, we do not see how it is to be evaded. The North is no longer disposed to make concessions even if the South would listen to compromise; and, although we may allow for aeertain amount of bluster on the side of the Secessionists, nobody doubts that Americans are ready to fight Wo look upon this prospect with unaffooted horror. Independently of oat natural sympathies, we have enormous interests at.stake—each, interests,'indeed, that our charity must begin at home. Wo : deplore the political catastrophe, but our first thoughts must necessarily- be given to its commercial effects. If thfl " Southern States of the Union are convulsed by war, a " servile insurrection will be only too pr...

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