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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

WANTS W ANTRD—In a Wholesale Notion Rousea firat-clssa BALVRW. _*N. _aequaint«d wi<h that brauoh of buoisess- acd who can command a good six months* tr>>de. Address''Jt. E. P.," _at .ih* office of The Press. _ __ r a7- 3t^_ A LADY desires a situation to superm-** tend a _gentleman's li"W_»e, beinfr. _aocuotomed to the management of "hildren; oras matron of a publio •n** tut on. Beet of reteiren^« _tiven and required ftddress " W. M. T.," Press nffioe. fe6 3t* WAITED—A Mtuation as Clerk in a Hotel or Store, by a _vonng gentleman well aoauninted North and South. 8atisfaotorv reference given. A _moderate salaty will oe accepted. Address " Clerk," at this offioe. fe«_3t* V_^ANTJBD—By a young man, having * * some three year*' experience as Book-keepera situation in that capacityor as _as«istant. The Wholesale Grocery or Commission Bus menu _preferred Refjrenoe, _nresent employers. _Addiesa " Clay,"_office of The Press fe6 3_t* ^/y ANTJJD—A horse and wagon, to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

£_JICHARI3 S. SMITH, AGENT, NORTHEAST CORNER WALNUT AND THIRD STREETS. RETURN OF THB LIVERPOOL AND LONDON FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE CO., JANUARY 18th, I8ttl. IN COKFOBMITT WITH THK LAW OF 7_BHNSYLYAHIA. POSITION OF THE COMPANY. Subscribed Capital -. - 9 10,000,000 Paid-up Capital. 94,351 shares.—. _~, 9*3.510 Paid-up Capital and Reserved Funds-. 6,066,585 RE30URCBS IN UNITED STATES. Cash deposited m Pheerix Bank and with _t «« ,A , » Camniann * Co., Bankers, New York.... f 9_ST,l4l 63 Cash in hands of agents and inoourse of transmission— ¦.;.¦,:..¦....,,.... _^_._^.. .,. ..., . 45,000 0q Stocks. Bonds of City of Rochester, market Vfthlfl... . ..... ¦ ... 1... ¦ ¦ 11 11 . ' .., ......... 1045000 Stock, Bonds of City of flufelo, _market value 50_.U0 00 Amount of loans on bond and mortgage on Real Estate in the United States, oosstitaUng first liens oe the same, on which there is less than one year's interest _doe._« BSBAOO 00 _INCOME IN UNITED STATES. Amount of cash premiums rec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

H_^tovissioK Candidates iub _KbB Schooi. —The examination of candidates for _HEwon into the Philadelphia Central High _^BM closed yesterday. _^H_« following shows the names of the successful _HH_^ Witii their examination averages, and tbe _^Ktl from which they _earner _^^c_* Name. Awr. K_£ B Eckstein .83 8... .Kortlkwest. h Hobart Smitb... .87 7 Hanoock. _^BS imrod A Rarvey. .87 5 Harrison. _^KBobert H Ferguson. 87 0 Northwest. _|K$h&8. C Stein 86 3 Hancock. ^¦SMnuel _Gormley 85 9 Morris. g_^_Kiaffids C _Scanlas... 85 7.... Mount Ternon . I_^_KSarii F. _Hanna 85 6.. ..Lseust. 85 i_^E Oeor»je ifayea 5....Harrison Hjsa F McLelknd.. .85 3.... J. Q. Adams. KVo. T. Benner.,,..85 2....Morris_, ¦ _k Frank H an sell.. .,,,85 0... .Northwest. |B JBdward A. Casey 84 8.,. .Locust _^_Kjjj. Clym er. 84.5.... Harrison Kf j> McClintock... 84 4... .Northwest _^K Kdwin T. Chase 83 8....Kittenhouse. _^Kfienry Phillar 83 5... . Moun t Vernon V_^_o_!. G Hudii..#.»..83 4. ...Mount Ver...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

MARRLED. _^ HAYNES-CREIGJHTON.-On'Wednesday morning, Feb. 6th, instant, oy Rev. J. Hyatt Smith, Kev. Lnoiu M. 8. Baynes, of _jj_. u_»u_«ta. Miine. to Mi_«s Mary E«*»! beth _^ , daughter of Mr. G.Creighton, of this oitv. • STOCKBAM-Sh _GgTST.-On the Mth of January, by Rev. G. _Wensel. Mr. William R. _SWckham to Miss Ro-BinaC. Seensr. all of Philadelphia. * WORTHTWGlOPi—RA_^DaLU.—January 31 1851, br Alderman William Remick. Warren G. _Worthtngton to M'S8 Rachel M. Randall, all of _Beosalem. Books co. * jACOBY-r-RHBDBR.-enthe U instantby Rev. G. A. Weszel. Mr. Henry L. Jaooby to Miss Johanna E. _Rheder. both of this _oity. "~ * DIED. ' _BANGLE R.~Qn Tuesday eveningthe _Sth instant, at the _residenoe of his father. Cha>les Gerard _Bsnoker in tne «21 year of his ageeldest son of Chas. N. Banoker. 'lhe funeral will take place on Friday afternoon, tbe 8th instantat 3 o'olook, from his late residenoe, No. _437 Chestnut street. ** TaLLMAN.—On the 4th instantat the residenoe of her h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

IJ_^5 tuaC jnsu«a»cb cj3mpa«V; of ?hi-. _, : . -,_ ¦ ¦'¦ Fraar/_ABv8,1881. At an EieetionhfTr) oa tbe 4th mstaot, _io pursasnoe of the Chirtertin*following named gentlemen were _unanimously eleoted Directors of this Company for the ensuing year _i Clem Tingley, _Stmnel Bispham, Wm RThompson, Robert Bteen, Frederick _trown, Wm Mnsser,. Wm. '_¦_tevensou. _Beuj. W. Tingley, John R. Worrell, MarsHallHill. H. L. Carson J. Jobnson Brown, BobertToland - Charles Ltland, G. D. Rosfnrarten, ¦ Jaonb T. Bunting, Chas.S.Wopd. . Smith Bowen, Jas. 8. Woodward, , John Bissnll. Pittsburg. And at * meeting of the Boardheld this dayCL- M TINGLEY, .Esq., was _unaniDiourlr re-elected Presidf_?S" _^_M B. MHINCHMAN, fe7 thst_«t . _beoretary. nrs=» PEOPJLB'S IjITERARY 1WSTITUIE—lk5,_OT Rev. HENRY WARD B-nCHKH will Leoture on_^HUJRSDAY _BVENIKO. _JPebraftry 7th. at CONCERT HALL. fiubjeot-_* « _*_yev Yea, and Mfi N*y." Tickets 26 cents; in»y be p rocured at tbe H&l! during the day, Leoture quarter ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

_SAriNG _rijifps. : :¦ .... ;;; .. ¦ . ¦ CAVING FUND—UNITED STATES _^f J| U8 _^ COMPANY, comer THIRD and CHESTflui streets. ¦ . ¦ ¦ •„ 1NTERE8X1 FIVE PFR 01''. Offioe bours. from 10 until 3 o'clock. This Company is nptipined m _uny application to the Lfgizlat_»re. • ' feg A MBKIOAN SAVING FUND, 8. E. cor--t*- ner WALNUT and FOURTH Streetscontinues to reoeive deposits and par a_>l sums on demand as it has always done. ALEXANEuR WHILLDIN, Johm S. WH_.8O3_T, Treaanrer. ' _jslsilftf ODUOATl6]_£~piN_^_TNiTITUTE. S _JH_E. oorner of THIRTEENTH and FILBERT, For _Catelosnea, address R. _STii W /»RT. -fe»6t» ¦ . . Principal. _OHIANT, STRATTON, & FAIRBANKS ping, Forwarding and Commission, B&nkug, JBx ohangeManufacturing, Railroading, _Steamboating &ctne most thorough and practical course in the United States. Also J_£ oture_« » Commercial Calonlabons, Arithraeuo. and the higher Mathematics, Penmanship (best in the oity JCorrespondence, ko. .For sale, their ne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

At DEA _* & CO.'S, next post office, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, At OBAW & CO'S, 33« CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, YOU CAN BUY A firBt-rate Vest Cham , . —? _~. for SI 00 a tood _>?u%rd Cham-—•—— t ....for 100 A Lady's Chatelaine Chain... ¦¦¦¦¦¦ for 1 OO A • ady'sw eok Ctain-.-..-, for 100 ACli'ld's _Nerklaoe.....--_;. -—-_.for 110 A14 karat Gold fen and Silver Holder -for 1 TO A' "Minting-nouse Pen and Bolder. — for 1 00 A Gold Pencil.......... _*~~™.for 100 A i-ady'_s Cameo Set.••-• —-- — -¦ for 1 00 ALad '_s Jet set.-._— ._—-..-. —- for 1 OT A Lady's Lav* 8et.._—X_~ .-_? ..for 1«» A Lady's Onyx Set -.-....: .- ...¦ .... ..for 1 00 A Lady's Coral Set ~— .—_...- -..for 1 00 _ALad<'a Enamelled Set. for 1 00 A Lady's Carr_.uncle _fet_~ for 1 00 A Lady's Garnet Set. -..for 1 00 AGoldRine _—.- ¦ _-..:......... for 100 A Net Gold Bosom Studs ...._~._~..for 1 00 A pair Gold Sleeve Buttons _~. ._^ for l to A ' old Pen and Holder—— —»— ._^ .for ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

CITY TTEMS IiKCrtJRB BY tBS KBV. HBffBr _WAUV BBSCBBH this Evehino —It will be seen from an Advertisement elsewhere that the Rev. Henry Ward Beooher will deliver a leoture before tbe People's Literary Institute this evenm<r, at Concert Hill, having named as his subject, '• Yea, Yea, and >'ay Nay." This is a _unique title, to say lhe least, and the pub'io _interest to hear its treatment in the hands of this ei f ted or itor ii certain to crowd Conoer-Ball to its utmost capacity. It will, therelore, ba advisable to bo early. Preparing j-oa Sprimo.—We are informed that the Pans Mantilla, Cloak, and Fur Emporium of Messrs. 3. W. Prootor k, Co., No 708 Chestnut street, will, this coming season, present the most _tuperb stock of goods is their line to the wholesale and retail trade that has ever been offered in the city. In the meantime, they still continue to sell off their winter's stook for furs and cloaks at merely nominal prices. WlTMSBS _* Co.' g K.BR0SSH1 Oil....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

SPECIAL NOTICES Saving Fund. american life . insurance and trust company. Offioe S. £. Corner _FOUJfXR and WALNVT Streets. This institution continues to reoeive Deposits, as usual, and pajs all sums, large or small, on demand, as it has always done. It has asked for no legislation, and desires none. January 29, I860. ja29 lm Saving Fund—National Safbty Trust Company.—During the suspension of speoie payments by the Banks, Money is received and paid daily, in the same kind, of funds, speoie or notes, as deposited; Interest five per cent. WALNUT Street, southwest corner of THIRD. Ja2-tf Hair Dtb! Haik DyeH—Batchelor's LIQUID HAIR DYE t_« he original and best in thi market. All others are mere imitations, and should be avoided if yon wish to escape ridicule. Splendid Black. or beautiful Browh instantaneously. Sold by all Druggists everywhere. -The genuine has the signature of WILLIAM A. BATCHELOR upon & steel-plate engraving on four sides of eaoh box. Btwart of Cq%_nte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

MAKIN£ INTELLIGENCE. SEE FOURTH PAGB. AEKIVEU US mail steamship Keystone Stat_^Marshman. from Savannah, via Mew _fork, with _mtiee to Alex Heron, Jr k.("o. ¦¦- ' ¦¦- ¦ ¦- - ¦ ¦ ¦ ' - ' _; : ¦ ¦ ¦•¦¦¦- - Soar Annie Magee, Whfaton, 9 days from Jacksonville. Fla, with ininber to Gaskill & toalvin—vessel to A Heron, Jr. & Co. (_CorrespondsntH 1 ! of ihn Philadelpnia _texaiir._nte. ¦ CAPE ISLANDN. J. Feb fl, 7 P M. Thar* went up to- day eight schooners. Some of them appealed to be deeply laden , and others lightand six are in autht outward bound. Wind southwest, and weather _oloudy. __ „__ MEMORANDA. Steamship Boston, Crooker, henoo, arrived at New York yesterday. Steamship; Niaga'aWoodie, for Liverpool, via Halifax, sailed from Boston at 10 A M jester'ay. Ship Christopher Hall, Freeman, for Melbourne, cleared at Hew York _jesierday. _Bark Virginia Ana, Bryant, for Nsntz_, cleared st N Yorksesterday. Bark Winifred. Iumore, for _Pernsmbuoo_. sailed from Riohmond 5t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

_^ _IJMIT THE BJSARELR TO CLAKK'S SI STOKE 5 THE LARGEST 12* THE WQSLD! * Where will be found obliging salesmen, and the most Magm$oent Stock uf Silver Plated Ware, Jewelry, and Various Fanoy Goods ever offered for 81. REMEMBER, D. W. CLARK, 602 CHESTNUT STREET, _VT Take your ohoioe for 81. sVOpen day and evening. BOOKS: We are closing out our Entire Stock of _ftacdard and Miscellaneous Books, at about half price. Give us a »»« • D. W. CLARK, fe2-8t-if* 602 CHESTNUT STREET.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

IAajiE INSURANCE COMPANY, _^ FIEEr _fM_^^_fuffiSr*' ¦ ¦• __ '¦•-. DiaKCToms. George W. Day........of Day, k Matlaok. Bainuel. _Wnghs ..."Wright BrosS$Co. n. B. _tfircey^^ «• Dav»& Birnej, Henry LewisJr. " Lewis Bros k Co. C- Richardson •* J, C. Howe k Co. Samuel T. Bodine, ...Prei't Wyoming Canal Comp'y Jno. W. Eveiman... .of J. w. Everman * Co. Geo. A. West ..." West k Fobes. „ T. 8. Martin. ....„.." 8avsgeMartin, k Co. O. Wilson Davis..... Attorney-at law. . . B. D. Woodruff. of _Sibley, Molten. * _Woodmf Jno. _Keaaler, Jr.. No 17IS Green street. GEORGE W. DAY. President. . _FRAttCIB N. BUCKV10S _fnaiOeat. WILLIAMS I. BLAHCHAKD. Seorotafr. jaa-iftf PHILADBLPaiA TERRA OOTTA MANUFACTORY, 8_EJENTH(ind GERM ANTOWN road and 1010 CHESTNUT 8treet. Vitrified Drain and Water Pipes. Venuiannginues, Hot AirfPines, and Smoke Flues made of'lerrauotta, and of suitable size for every olass of baiiaings. .This artiole is worthy the attention of all parties putting, up buildings. Large...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

IMPOKT A.TION8. . Reported for the Press.] SAVANNAH—Ntflamghip Kejstone State, Manhmsn —64 _owks rice B B Crayoroft & Co; 100 do Coonran & _Busaall; 100 bales cotton order; S9 do domestics Bays MoDavitt; 18 do C R Moore * < o; 34 _pkgs mdie _* _neel & Wolfe; IS do Gehriejt Son; 3 do J _Garraed; 1 do J B Lippinoott tc Co; How _Sargent; 2 do H M Meyer. BO -TON—Steamship Kensington. Baker—5 oases domestics Bangs & Maxwell; 9 oases 15 bales R _firemer & Go; 272 cases 44 bales 8 W Chase & sons: 34 bales Farnham. Ki-kham k. Co: 100 bale * 6eases Fiothingham k. Wells; 27 bales Fithian. Jones & Co; 11 oases 8 R. Gill: 6 do Harper & _Jenss; 27 bales WD Jones & Co; 79 do JamesKentS&ntee & C«; 13 _oates F Lasher & Co; 43 oo LittleStoke* & Co; 13oases 25 bales LeaRichardsonTunis tc Co; SS bales Tims Ho'ter: 44 do Heinel. Baird & Co; 46 do 36 cases SmithWi lianas &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

_I»"T H E C 1 T Y f_^^m A.MUEMBNT EVENIN&. _^^K ]cax AcAS?Mr of Music, Bro_*& and _locust _^^K—Mr. Rarer; ^¦hvT-drKXKT _Thsatsk. wainnt and Wmru its.— _^^K_>_r "—" Tha {Jov*icor's Wile," _^^^k».TLXT CLAKKS'S ARCH-STBKBT _THTiTSJ. _^^_mHtT *et. above sixth.—" Oamrtle"—•• My Neigh-^Kprifd." |^_Hubi.t _BriLDiNGs, Te nth and Chestnut streets — _^^_HTLcj _taatt'_a Siereopnoon. I_^^BteaoWGH_'s Olympic date Gai«tie»), R*co _strsst, _^^^_Rbird —•' Ths Seven Maters." _^ ¦ knwhalte Hllu _Chestnut street—"The Tem J_^^m wondeTs"—MKhor Blitz. _^^B rXD States _Boildikgs. Chestnut street, below |^K&Van Am bars h &. Co.'c Menagerie. _^^KrOKD'_s 0PSK4. _Housa. _BiefBath street, -ibove _^^Knut.—Coaoen _nishtU.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

SPRING MOUKNING. ' .GOODS -Just re-. ceived Black and Whiteand Black and ' Violet Paris Printed Foulards, Second Mourning. Syria Pophas, Lftv_»_llas. _Cr&vallna, _Jsponaiae, *o. i Black Balzannes. Wi to 25 _ots.; Gray Lavellat. mi oto.; Boyfe's Lilao tnitluhChintaes,_13H ots._j Black _JUarege Hernam_. Crape Mare tz and Baregesall widths; Ginghams, •-Jack TamatansChair. _Monselines. Tamises *o. ; Black Ponlt de _fioie, _antfGroa Grains silks, ko.; Black, Plain, and Figured Silk Grenadines. BSSsON ft SONMourning Store fe4 No. 918 Chestnut street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

INSURANCE COMPAJflBg* _rpHGE _^XS?_CTERFKJBJ3 l_^_BUBANOK OOMPA^^ OF PHILA PBLFHA. _(FIKE INSURANCE EXCLUSIVELY.) "_^_. _S_'iBFSSS&MiSKr DIRECTORS* Mams- _ESSesT" _BlNJ.T._TaKDlCK, f?*_JK™»m CHARLEB W. COXE, Secretary. fe " FAME INSURANCE COMPANY, No. 406 _CHBHTNIJT _STREET. Philasbx-fhia, _Jwauary 28,_188U The following itatament of the FaMB _INSUKANUis COMPANY, oi their condition on the _M« . «»y . °V?r cembefVl8W, is published in aooordanoe with aot of Asi6 _™ API PAL. authorized and subscribed «1W.«» W Amountpaid _- to ._^-g---_—.-_— « 885 10 Bonds and. Mor tgages.. —- -— 0_»._^ W _Philaaa. city 6 per centscost— 8,W0 «0 Demand ho _wa on collateral 8 _saj oo Bills receivable—&~... ~ •«• • -|, «3 _W Aeal Estate—.— « --— 8,600 09 Balances due, being, premiums earned on open _pohoies ana from -___,„«, »Ant_|_i , . i, „„ - i hi i -' . ', - - 3*1119 tv InteTeVtdue-l^~^-v- — |,|« jM Cash on hand.™-. —~.- •• -jr- S_.5M0 M Installments on _stooktaot called in, and for w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

South Carolina; and I have this day ««•»•» _£ _Mtijor Anderson a communication to> obtain.from him the possession of that fort by the_^_thontws of this State. The reply of M»J«/. _°d |"°»n f' forms me that he has no authority to do what l required; but he desires a reference of the demand to the President of the United St*tes. Under the _oironmstanoes now existing, and which need no comment by me, I have determined to send to you the Hon. I- W. .Hayne, the Attorney-General of the State of South Carolina, and _have Instructed him to demand . the delivery of loit Sumpter, in the Harbor of Charleston.to.theeon-^sssn'iSsssr_^JSf amsrsssA vsrjs&sssss Z _Unavailing to _secure you thatifOMOioij, but induce calamity most deeply to be deplored The Charleston Mercury _prints_. si* flohnuu of official correspondence between the United States _Government and the authorities of South Carolina in relation to the occupation of Fort Sumpter a_*d thepo«al _arranged* _«f _ChMleston...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

_MlBCBIilVAlilBOlTS_. THE AMALGAMATION OF LAKGUAGES.-There is a growing tendency in _th_» common as Electrotype^»* »»" _»tte _^7»wav _iJr tinotion as foreign words hat been worn away W _wmmofl usage, until ther _ieern » nattv. and to the manor born." 'ardly Realized. Hi 'ad'n orrihle 'eadaohe this hafternoon. hand I stepped into the hapotheoary'_f, hand .ay. h. to the man,« Can you _heawi me of an '_eadaohj ?» *f«** _il_^_hii 'ard "' says 'e. " _Hexeeediagly." »ays hi, hand Son _thif'e gave me a CephaUc _«ll. hand 'pon me _W It cured me so «uick that I'ardly realised I'ad 'ad an' eadaohe. _WT _Hbadaciw wthe favorite «i_«n by which nature make, known any deviation whatever from _Jhe natural stete of the brain, and, viewed m this light, ««* »• looked on as a safeguard intended to give notioe of disease whioh might otherwise escape attenbon. till too late to be remedied i and its indications should never be neglected. Headaches may be _olasaiied under two napes, viz: Symptoma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

SHIPPING _^ jMf4 FOR TH SOUTH.—CHARLESFOR SAVANNAH. G K. _A The U. 8. Mail steamship STATE of BBOKGIA, Cap-ain John J. Gar via, -will sail for _Bavajnnn on Saturday, February 16, at 10 o'olook A. M. I'M U._«. Mail Steamship KEY8TON IS 8TATECapt Marshman. wil sail for Savannah on Saturday, February 9, at 10 O'clock A M. . FOR CHARLESTON«. C. ' 0a goods for _rharieatoo_.adeduotion of 23 per cent, from the ireicht charge to _Savannah. Railroad Agent at Savannah will promptly forward all goods consigned to his care . _aS** Goods received and Bills of Lading signed even as above every two weekstinu forming a weekly communication with _Cfearteston and Savannah, and tie South and SouthwftH, * At both Cha_?ie»ton and Savannahthese Ships cot.-neot with steamers for Floridaand with railroads, fcc, for ail waoes in the South and Southwest. INSURANCE Fjreieht and insurance on a large proportion of S*orii shipped South will be found to be lower by tha»»»hiM than by sailing _vorsbIs, the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 7 February 1861

» II_^_HbK NORTH FENNSYLUJ_9f. WM...-_«_W_^"s«_WHB VANIA RAILROAD. FOR_^HBTHLEHEM. DOYLESTOWNj . MAUCH CHUNK. HAZLETON. and ECKLEY. __ _ ¦ ,THBBJS THROUGH TRAINS. On and.after MONDAY. December _«. 1880_Faateneer Trains will leave FRONT and WILLOW Streets, Fhila-^i?^1 _^d i"fe* (fgudays ex oepted), as follows; . At 6.30 A. M.,XBxBjess),for Bethlehem, AHentown, Mauoh Chunk, Hazleton, «c. At 3.45P . . M.(Express)for Bethlehem. Fa-toa. Ac. This tram reaches _taaton ate p. M.. &ad mSVes _olose oonneotion with New . _JerMj C_*Q_|raF for New York. . At 5 F. M., for _Bgfyushjfifi, Aflentown, Mauoh Chunk, At 9 A * . M. and 4 P M., for Doylestown. At 6 P. M., for Fort Washington. The _&30 A.;M. Express train makes olose connection withtte LehighValler Railroad at Bethlehem, Swing the shortest and most desirable route t_^sJi points in TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA. _ Leave Bethlehem at 4.43 A. M., 9.15 A. M., and 5.38 _Lsave loylestown at 7.S5 A. M. and SJO P. M, LeavePort Washin...

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