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

ARRIVED Tug Starlight, Robinson, 4 hours from Bombay Hook_, having towed _thereto bark Geo Bradford, bound to fa lasgow, where she anohored last evening' at dark. ,_ . CLEARED. Steamship Cambridge. Bogga, Boston. H Winsor. Steamship _City of Juohmond, Mitchell. Richmond, T Webstar. Jr. _Bns Adeline, Sehulken, London, Workman & Co. Schr Abigail Haley, Haley, Cienfnefoa, S & W Welah. gohr C Lpeaer, Laws. Boston, Btakfston k Cox. Bohr A E Dougta**, Sanders, New York, D Cooper. _Sohr Star, Crowell. Norfolk. John R _Waited 8tr Henry L Gaw, Her, Baltimore, A Groves, Jr. BT TBLB6SAPH, . \ "; ; . ' (Correspondence of the Press.) • . , ,. ¦ Mew Oklbass. Feb 4. Arrived, ships Marquette, Carlyle. ZetlandVanolnse. _Anplessn, Potomac. K C _Scranton Coiatitution, and Lady Rugse 1. all from Liverpool; ships Villa Franca and Barnbergfrom Havre; skip fcu'tana. from N Yurk; atrip* Grace Roie and Armada, and barks Mary Hjler ana Undine, from .Boston. ¦ -...* ' " . „ MEMORANDA. ...

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

O _" AK OR_^aAKD_^ACTDipRINGS. These Sprints are situated in the valley of the Oak Orchard Cretkin the town of AlabamaGenesei eo., N. Y.. eight miles south of the village of _Aledino, on the Erie Canal, and fourteen miles from Batavia. fl_9"" The principal Aoid _Springs are three in number i besides these there are six others. They are all located within a circuit of shout fifty rods. The medicinal qualities of the waters are fully shown in the subjoined testimonials. They contain a very lane amountof Svl~ _rhttr. Sulphuric AttdSulphate of Limeand _Protv Sulphate of Iron. The great medicinal virtues possessed by these waters depend very largely upon tne presencein such unusual quantities, of these curative substances. Hundreds of cases of diseaseespecially those resulting from the scrofulous diathesis, have been oozed by their use. # . • _ST in skin diseases—even m confirmed Itjvoiy—the waters have been signally successful. Opinions of medical andscienti fie gentlemen are given in...

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

A Real Blessing. Physician.—Well, Mrs. Jones, how is that headache.' Mrs Jones.—Gone! Doctor, all gone! the pill you sent cured me in just _twes.ty minutes, and I wish you would send me more, so that I oan have them handy. Physician.—Yon can get them at any'Druggist's. Cal for Cephalic Pills. I find they never fail, and I recommend them malloases of Headache. Mrs. Jones.—1 shall send fora box directly, and " snail tell all my suffering friends, for they are a real hies ting_. bTwxhyt _Millioss of _Doixabs si.TxD.~Hr. Bpald-Ing has 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 thus making an aggregate of twenty millions of dollars reclaimed from total loss by 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 beads with his Cephaho Fills, and if they are as good as his Slue, H...

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

IN THE ORPHANS' COURT P R THS CITY A_^D COUNTY OF FBILADELPHt A. Estate of TH_^_MaS BRADFORD, Esq.., Counsellora_«-Lawof the C-ty of Philadelphia _deopaned. The Auditor appointed by the Court to audit, settlfl, andnrt_.ustthnacc untuf BENJAMIN HUStt BKAD FORDone of the > xecu'ors o* tbe In«t will and testament of T BOM. AS BRAD KURD. EmCounsell«r at-Law. of the City of Philadelphiadeceased, and to report distribution of tbe balance in the hinds of the said accountant' will meet the parties m interest- for the purp _se of his _ippomtment. on WrDNESDAYthe thirteenth of February. 1861at4 o'clock P. M., at his office, «o. 40i PitUNE Street, in the Git* of Philadelphia. P.P.MORRIS fel-fmwSt ' Auditor. IS TB1 ORPRANS' COURT FOR 1HE CITY AND COUNTY OF _PHILADELPHIA, _Estate of C -f _ARLtS _>MART, deoeared. The auditor appointed by the Court to audit, settle, and aojuBt the second and final account of John Smart, _administrator ot the estate of _CbARLES 8MAHT, deceasedand ...

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

SHIPPING ^«ffV F THE _K)UTH.—CHARLES —PST °FN _RffiH8 TA Il_^^_r EAMSmF8 Heavy freight at an average of nmwm per cent, below Kew York Steamship rates. FOR CHARLESTON, S. C. FOR SAVANNA w . GA. The . U. 8. Mail steamship STATE of GEORGIA, Captain John J. _Garvin, will sail for Savannah on 8aturdey, February 16, at 10 o'clock A, M. m TheU. 8. Mail Steamship KEY8TONK STATECapt. Ma«hman. will sail for Savannah on Saturday, tebmary 9. at 10 o'clock A- M. • ¦¦¦-¦¦ Freight to _Charleston, B. Cvia Savannahon measurement goods, 20 cents per cubic foot j other _soctfs in same ratio. \_tOT Goods received and Bills of Lading _signed _evtn day. " • ¦ '¦ - - ¦• • _^ h_« «Plende_^first-ota|« side wheel _Steamsniv* KEY STONE SI ATE and HTATE OF GEORGIA now rut aa above every two weeksthus forming a weekly com mumoation with Charleston and Savannah, and th* South and Southwest. At both Charleston and Savannahthese Ships ocngect with steamers for Floridaand with railroads, 4c >r all plac...

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

STOCKS AND RB«l, *--l?TAT«. SALES AT _THEtEXqHANGE EVERY f u_*,,, *_&¦ Handbills of each property issued 8e»«» -J M. addition to whioh we publish, on the Saturday n_^- 'i to eaoh sale, ope thousand catalogues, in _^""4 form_._riYJBf falldesonpnonsof all the propa P rt?fll W sold on the following Tuesday. _*ert _* to t» REAL E8 vlTE AT PRIVATE SALE ssF* w_« liaTe a large amount of real es*ai» .? • „ sale, _inoiadii}*: _eyerr desonptipa of oity _nno nn f _. 'v _^ and advertised occasionally in our public sale Ifii'_^fi, (of whioh one thousand copies are printed _£.!?<• free of charge. We _* lr,( PEREMPTORY SALE, 13th FEBRIUfiv _, BHARES _BOHEMIAN _MINIftdf _COSFavv '_*_% OnlMesday. _WM_^_tt i. February M. at 12 o'clock noonat the PhiM.i Exchangefor non-payment of assessment-. ""ton 4_^25 shares Bohemian Mining Company of _\-._uu 8 shares arch-street Theatre—par «5C0. 1!Bhl _J«! Administrators' Sale.—60 shares Girard Fire _^_j . rine> Insurance Company—par 8100....

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

_tS — ra—sjp WINTER ARRANGEsWW1<_as!^_iS_^g M K N T —PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTONTaND BALTIMORE RAILROAD. On and after MONDAY. NOVEMBER X, 1880, PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE PHILADELPHIA: For Baltimore at 8.U A.M., 13noon (Express), and 10M P.M. For Chester at 8.1C A. M., U noon, 1.18,4.15,6, and 10.00 For Wilmington at 8.15 A. M., 19 noon, 1.1S, 4.1B, 6. and For New Castle at 9-U A. M., 4.1S and 8 P. M. For Middletown at 8.11 A. M. and 4.IS P. M. For Dover at 8.1* A. M. and 4.U P. M. For Harrington at S.16 A. M. and 4 lfl P. M. For Milford at8.W A. M., (Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays at 4. IS P. M_.) For Fannington at 8.1* A. M. (Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 4.18 P. M. For Seaford at 8.1B A. M. (Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 4.15 P. M._; For Salisbury at 8.U A.M. Train at 8.1B A. M. will connect at Seaford on Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturday s with steamboat to Norfolk. : TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA: Leave Baltimore at 8.30 A. M. (Express), 10.1S A. M., and 6.10 P.M....

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

By the use of these Pills the periodical attacks of Nervous or sick Headatke may be prevented; and if taken at tbe commencement of an attack immediate relief from pain and sickness will ba obtained. They seldom fsiHn removing the Nausea and Headache to whioh females are so subject. They apt gently on the bowels, removing Costiveness For Literary Men, Students, Delicate Females, 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 wbole system. The CEPHALIC PILL8 are the result of long investi gation and carefully oondupted _experiments, having been in use many years, during whioh 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. Theyare entirely vegetable in their composition, and maybe taken at all times with perfec...

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

FIRE INSURANCE. — MECHANICS' INSURANCE COMPANY of Philadelphia. No 138 North SIXTH Streetbelow Race, insure Buildmgs, Goodsand Merchandise generally from loss or damage by Fire. The company guarantee to adjust all losses promptly, and thereby hope to merit the patronage of the public. ¦ _ ' ¦¦ ' _BIBXCTORS. Wuham Morgan, Robert Flanigan, Francis Cooper, Michael MoGeoy, . George L. Dougherty, Edward MoSovern James Martin, Thomas B. MoCormick, James _Duross Jonn Bromley, Matthew MoAleer, Francis Falls, Bernard Rafferty. John Caandy, Thomas J Hemphill, Bernard EHul»eman, Thomas Fisher, Charles Clare-Francis _MoManus, Michael Cahill. BERNARD miv&K*2SB5f_*Pr _Ssm AMERICAN FIRE INSURANCE CO., _t ,__INCOH.poRATED 1810 - CHARTER PERJfiSiM. U Ai/« No. 310 WALNUT Street, above Third, Philadelphia, Having a large paid-up C&nital btock and Surplus, invested in tound and available Securitiescontinues to insure on Dwellings, Stores Furniture, Merchandise, VeBseu in port and th...

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

MOSES NATHANS3 AUOTIO._NlB AM- COMMISSION MERCHANT._aouthw, oorser of SIXTH and &A&E Streets _^^ KATHAN8' GREAT SALE OiFwATOHEB, _JSW I&SSSSM™**_s _^ °_® „ On Thursday Mormnt-¦_Febroary 7. at 10 o'clock, it Moses Nathans' _Auottsc Wswa. Nob. 188 and if . NorthJlixth streetadjofn B the southeast oorner of Sixth and Race streets, eons w inx. m part, of _WATCHES. Fine 18-oust bunting-case and open-face _Kntliii patent lever watobesnr _de by Joseph JohnsonSi} Tobiasand other celebrated miters; fine 18-oarat zatt detached lever And lepme witches, in huntiuc _caiei and open face, of the best and most approved makers • gold duplex watches; fine 18 carat gold _chronemttet watches; fine 18-oarat gold double-time watches; u silver watchesconsisting of hunting-casedonble-cu* and double- bnttom _finglirh patent lever watohrs; e«. oapement and lepme watches; English, _Swiu, and French watches. DIAMONDS .Fine first-water brilliant diamond breast-pins. fin_«,-nnge_.&a...

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

¦ :_tr Headach* is the favorite sign by whioh nature ma%_es known any deviation whatever from the natural state of the brain, and, viewed in this light, it may be looked on as a safeguard intended to give notice, of disease whioh might otherwise escape attention, till too late to be remedied; and its indications should never be neglected. Headaches may be classified under two names, vii: Symptomatic and Idiopatnio. symptomatic Keadaohe is exceedingly common, and is tbe precursor ot a great variety of diseases, among which are Apo plexy. Gout, Rheumatism, and all febrile diseases. In its nervous form it is sympathetic of disease of the stomach, constituting sick headache, ot hepatic disease constituting bilious headache, of worms, constipation, and other disorders of the bowels, as well aa renal and uterine affeotions. Diseases of the heart are very frequently attended with headaches; anaemia and plethora are also affeotions whioh frequently occasion headache. Idiopathio headache i...

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

¦¦• ¦ ¦ ¦/¦ . ¦ ;. ;- ^;; _^ROSE_«E -OIJL. . _^ ' _ _ ' _: OORTLAND KEROSENE OIL. In order to meet the oonatantly-inoreaninj demand for this justly CELEBRATED OIL AS AN ILLUMINATOR, the company have now doubled their former oapaoity, and have th$ most extensive works Jor manuf acturing O%1 from Coal t* the UntUd States; and in order to insure for us a _oonttant rapplyadequate to the demand, they have positively refused to establish any new _ajenoiee, or create aay new outlets for it what-° What we claim for this Oil i>, It is entirely free from the offensive odor peouliar to all other Coal Oils in the marketand for bnlli&noy as a tight, cleanliness, cheapness, and safety, (bavins no explosive properties), is, we may confidently say, THE ONLY OIL THAT WILL&I7E GENERAL SATISFACTION. Wherever it has bean introduced consumers will use no other. . . .." • _ • As there are many inferior Oils sold as Kerosenewe eaution dealers in particular against using this trade...

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

zr: , .. i-.——r~_. . - ___._. - sAXjsBiMaJCTia_^^ _KlS_^S&SSSSSSiSs ByoatsiogBe, _^_v _n_^ . ¦ ortment. 0K OF _MTLLineRY (SOOTS. Also tkSitoolcot a, milliner deolininf: businessoonsistiSg of bonnet and trimming ribbon, Franoh flowew, *°* PERFUMERY. Anmvoicerffineperfnmer_^h_^Mr _oiU &o. Gent' extra S_^nc&tjseketi fmen'_s wool half hose, &o. GLOVES Ladies' , gents ', and children' s kid1 and lisle gloves i Buperior _aaaHty fall «z0 Balmoral starts; extra steel spring hooped skirts. cUTLBKy Also, an invoice of fine pocket cutlery, _ateel Minors, tea. - . ' -

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

" A little, but often_. ' filla the Purse." ~ l_^RANKLIN SAVING FUND, No.i JL J36 South' _FOUSTH Street, between ' Chestnut and Walnnt, Philadelphia, pays aU _= deposits on demand. »»*.. »» St sJft fpo _?t 51 n ftiPol ?ey "ecured by Government, - 3 State, and City Loans, Ground Rents, Mort- »_T 3 _gaises, «o. " * oi! Thi_« Companydeemssafetr batter than large *? & ! profite, _oonsequently will ran no risk with depo- £ § _;.sitors' moneybut have it at all tiroes ready to » g!; return with 8 per cent, interest, to the owner, Z _S j_£versBsted? 1Waya doM ' **¦ _Vow_^ i I } Females, married or single, and Mmoni.can ' a _v ¦ deposit in their own rightand such deposits I •gibe withdrawn o«lt by their consent. *u "" Boaa |_- _g!l Charter perpetual. Incorporated w the State 8 ,4 .of-PflBMilvatua, with _authoritr to receive - •a money from trustee* and executors. §_T g : LARGE AND SMALL SUMH RECEIVED S-^* -m *? oe ?p ea _d*yy._*rom 9tq 3 o'clock, and on S a Wednesday evening until ...

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

. «^&M. THE BRITISH AND KORTB _S_^&AMERICAN _EOYAL MAKi STEAM-_ . ¦ ' -»BOsl JWW _TOSK TO _LIVSBVOOI.. Chief Cabin Passage ._—__1 «iao Second Cabin Passage .—z » ... , _ noil-wASoh *o livmupool. • Chief Cabin Passage „ _fn# Second Cabin Passage—^. .—^—_ fit fie ships from New York call at Cork Harbor. . The ships from Boston call at Halifax and Cork Harf 1WA' 9_?pt :J ?dk .iM> 1APRICA, Capt ShansoB. ARABIA, Capt. J. Stone. I CANADA, Vnt. Lasg. _S8 m ««¦*-** • Capt> i _WIAGARA, Capt Anderson E. M. Hookley, % _r lEUROPAbapf. J _Leitoh. _ . SCOTIAfnow _buildinx._) m_^ hen ?esaehi carry a clear white light at mast-head; men on starboard bow; red on port bow. l>Art ADA, _AmiWRSfc_™B °_' to11 ' Wednesday. Jtn.l amkrrriA ¥t? tey# " _Sxl_^k'_^^nesday, Jan. W *lrf* _,pA , Little. " gofton, Wednesday, Jan.» _$&'&_$* m _^ » _£• °^*' ^•_dnesday, Jm. » NIAGARA. Moodte, " Boston. Wednesday, Feb S AiaB_^u Sto ne. " N. Yorlt_, _wSdnSdaj, Feb,l ...

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

B OVK BUYERS.—Gentlemen: I have taken the Basement of the Philadelphia Bank. 419 CHESTNUT Streetwhere I will continue to bar and «eli (*> I have heretofore done at the Castonihouie Avenue Book-stand) old and new Law and Misoellaneona B_^oks, I have for aale upwardsi of MO old blaok-letter Books printed prior to the yearWW. Auo. a_^opyofEraamuB on the Hew Testament, a vol«.,4to, 5nntedinl»48. Fnoe»S0. I will alao deal _ujKnicravrnw and Antozrapha. Persons at a distanoe _wishine to sell Bookswin describe their names, dates, s._xea, _Mndingf_, conditions, and prices. Pamphlet Law a ot Pennayl-**&_%*m _^^ BP °n AlDe Toa H _* Nn CA d MFBELl.. COPARTNBRSHIP_^NOTICES. NOTICE. —The Copartnership heretofore --existing- between JUCHA»D C.,»*LE. JOHN ROSS; _© " «AtD F. DALE. HANSON X. _WfTHURS, and SAMUEL B B*GLBTO N was dissolved «n the 86th of January, 1861. by the . death _orHANSO.L. _WFTHKRS. * ne baMness of the late firm will be settled by the surviving partners. name o...

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

Constipation or _Costiveness. : JNo one of the " many ills flesh is heir to " is so prevalent, so little understood, and-so moeh _aegleeted a* Costiveness, often originating in carelessness, or sedentary habits. It Is retarded as a. slight disorder, of too little oooseguenoe to excite anxiety, while in reality it is the precursor and companion of many of the moat fatal and dangerous diseases, and unless early eradicated, it will bring the sufferer to an untimely grave. Among tha 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. Diarrhea*. Dyspepsia, Apoplexy, Epilepsy, Paralysis, Hysteria. HypoohoRdriasis, 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 ...

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

NOTICE — The _Undesigned having entered into a Limited _Partnerthip under the Act of Ansembly of this Commonwealth, passed the Slat day ofMaroh, A. D.. 183». entitled "An . act relative to limited partnerships," and all end smsalar the rapplements theretopublish the terms of the said limited partnership as follows : FIR g _T The name of the firm under whioh. the wjid.partnership shall be conducted is MATTHIAS M. MARruBm 8ECONJ_). ], ¦ _" The general nature of tbe business intended to be transacted is the buying and vending of Varieties and FanoyDrytioods. THim The name of the eeneral partner, in wid firm is MATTHIAS M. M ARPLK, and his place of _rewdenoe is No. 1880 COATKS Street, in the _oitr of JPhiladelphia - FOURTH-. _, The agzreeate amount r.f oapital contributed by GEORGk GORDON, the spectal partner, to tbe common stock is twelve _thonsind five hundred dollars. ,, . ... . ¦ . ¦ _^_j___~, The said _partnerehio is to commence on the second diy of February, A. D-, 1861. and it ...

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

RAIJLKUAO LINEN. 1861. HiH 1861. WINTER ARRANGEMENT.—NEW YORK LINES. THK CAMDEN AND AMBOY AND PHILADELPHIAANDTRENTON RAILROAD CO.'S LINES FROM PHILADELPHIA TO WEW YORK AND WAY PLACES, ™* vm&WB _' fihXKV8i'iu rt ¦ : ¦ ¦ ' - ¦ . ¦ ¦ ¦ .. fa.be. At6 A. M.viaCamden and Amboy, C.and A. Acoommodation ~™.-—- ..... --• ¦ • •• • • •»* _» At« A. M.via Camden and Jersey City, (NJ.); ¦ Accommodation.__- ..-_— .-_—.-r—.... .. . .... 126 At 8 A. M., via Camden and Jersey City, Morning Mail 1 „......„„.....™~ 3 00 At Wi A. M., ma Kensington and Jersey City, Western 'Express™»~.......~_-~«««....«««-. JW At na P. M._» via Camden and _Amboj Aoooiumo- ¦_— riation -*~ .,.;.,.,...,., .._».... * to _ At IP. M., via Camden and Amboy, C. and A. Ex- __ At_^i P. M., via Kensington and Jersey City, Eve- nine Express.„«—..¦ .Z_~.....-....... ™~. - _-• - , S 00 At4» P.M.via Kensington and Jersey City,3d Class Ticket—; __ _•—.——.—*. - .. 3 SB ArS P. M., via Camden and Jersey Citj, Evening Mail -.._—-...

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

At S P. M., via Camnen and AmboyAccommodation, (Freight and Passenger;—1st Class Ticket.. S 28 Do. do. 2d Class Ticket- 1 B0 The 6PM Mail Line runs daily. The 1M» P M, Southern MailSaturdays exoepted. .. ¦ ¦- ¦ -, ¦:: For _BelYider_« i Boston, _Jjambertniloi Fle.iaii_»ton ftc_.Rt 7.10 A M, and 9 P. M., from Kensington. For Water SapStrouusbnrg, SorantonWiutesDarre Montroae, Great Bend*o.,7.W A. M. from _Kenaiagton( via Del*wareLaekawsaaa and Western R_. R. For Mauoh ChunkAllen town, and Bethlehem at 7.19 A. M. and 3 P. M. from Kensington. For Mount Holly, ats and 8 A. M., Sand _4_K •' _>4. For BristolTrenton, &o.t at _T.10 A. M.,. S, iHmni B«P. M. from Kensington. For Palmyra, RivertonDelaneoi Beverly, Barlington, Florenoe, Bordentown, *c, at 12X, 3, _<X and 6 P. M. _>_7*For New York, asd Way Lines leave "Kensington Depot, take the cars, on Fifth street, above Walnut, hair an hour before departure. The oars run into the depot, and on arrival of each tr...

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