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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

fflonbiboUB for (Dffice iiOR ASSEMBLY—Second DistrictrpEK ' - C RAN J.COOK .Secoud Ward. Subject to DemocnSe Rules. • aul2-tc#

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Id=154 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

Ujmito W ANTED A GIRL T0 ACT AS CHILD s * v uurae. Recommendations as to character required. Apply at No. 610 LOCUST street above SIXTH. aul3.lt

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Id=181 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

pHAKLES TETE, COMMISSION MER. XJ CHANT and Importer of HAVANA SBQABS, (N«w) 13$ Walnut itiest, second atom *nMy

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Id=132 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

SuS.lm* Ij IOR PROTHONOTARY OF THE DIS-. TRIOT COURT, LKWI3 T. MBAB3, of Twelf.h Yard. Subject to Democratic Rules. au8-lm#

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Id=258 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

OESOL UTipK^BOPOSmfe-iAiliaHJ M\i MINTS TO THE CON8TITUION Ot THE COX monwealth. • ' ..'-,., • Jietohtd by the S.hok and Htnn •/ RtpreKnta lioM of Ike Commonwwhk of Pamiylvaxiaiw O«»- eral Assembly met! ThaHhefollowing amendment*aie proposed to the Constitution of the OommonwalthIn accordance with tht provisions of the tenth article lereof. yjRST AXBKDXBITT. There shall be an additional article to said Constltntion to be designated u article eleven, aa follows :— aETIOLK XI. O? FDBUO PBBT8. Section 1. The Btate may contract debts, to supply casual deficit or failures is revenues, or t» meet expenses not .otherwise provided for; Jtat tbe aggregate amount of such debts direct and contingentwhether contracted by, virtue.of one ormoreacta5f thegeneral assembly, or at different periods of timeshall never exceed seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars, asd the mouey arising from the creation of aucb. debtsshall be applied to the pnrpose for vhleb it wan obtained, or to repay the ...

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Id=218 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

OUR OLD GRANDMOTHER -1 find the marks of my shortest st eps boslde; those of my below'HaotherywIiicJi wer? mean-; nred by my own, saya Alexander Dumas, and! so conjures, np" one of the 'sweetest, images in the world. Ha was revisiting tha home,of Ms, infancy; ho was retracing the little paths around it tn which he had ' once walked; and strange flowers could not efface, and rank grass could' not conceal, and cruel'ploughs conldnot oblit-: erate, his "shortest footsteps,'-' and hiii moth- ert beside them, measured. by his own. ' . j - ' And who needs "to beVtbld whose footsteps they were that thus kept time with the feeble pattering of childhood's little feet 1 It was no, m ' QtnW/u.ehiiid whom 1 Ascanius walked "with] equal stops," , in Virgil'/s.Unc, -but a strong, gternj man, who could have borne hini and. not been ' burdened; folded him-ta his'arms from all; danger1 and not been wparjed; everything, indeed, ho could hate done fo* him, but just what he needed- most—could .no...

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Id=249 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

MANUFACTURERS' INSURANCE COMPANY—Charter Perpetual. Granted by tbe State of Pennsylvania. Capital, 1600,000. Fire, Marine, and Inland Transportation. DIBE0T0R9. Aaron 8. Llppincott, Charlef Wise, Wm. A. Rhodes, Alfred Weeks, QharlesJ. Field, James P. Smyth , Wm. B Thotnon, J. Riaaldo Sank, Wm. Neal, John P. Simons AARON 8. LIPPINCOTT, President. WM. A. RHODES, Vice President. ALFRED WUEK3, Secretary. J. W. MARTIKN, Surveyor. This Company was organized with a canh capitaland tho Directors have determined to adapt the business to its available resources—to observe prudence in conducting its nnairs. vritb a prompt adjustment of losses. Offlce No. 10 Merchants' Exchange, Philadelphia, aul-dly npiIE MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSUX RANGE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA.—Office No. 222 WALNUT Street, opposite the Exchange. MARINE RISKS on Vessels, Cargoes, and Freights. INLAND TRANSPORTATION RISKS, per llailroads. Canals, Boats, and other carriages. ALL TUB PROFITS divided annually among the Assured, ...

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Id=223 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

MATTERS AND THINGS IN NEW YORK. |From the New York papers.] Nkw York, August 12,1857. Coroner Hills was called upon to hotd an Inquest yesterday, at the foot of Charlton street, upon the body of an unknown female, who, it.is supposed, oommittcd suicide by drowning herself. In her possession was found a letter from a person supposed to be her brother, from which it woald aptear that deceased was the victim of seductioa. The letter was directed to "Miss Joanna Donaboo, Poat-OfSoo, Broodwey,Now York." The doceased wfts a respeotable looking woman, about thirty years of age, of medium size. She was dressed in a buff colored dress, white skirts and brown gaiters. The jury rendered a verdict of "death by supposed drowning." There is to be a national convention of ohess players in this city during the coming month of October. The sessions will commence on the Oth, and will continuo daily for one week, or longer if it is deemed duairabio. Among the subjects that will come before the conve...

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Id=228 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

CIX PENNY SAVINGS-FUND, Corner of ?3 FIFTH and WALNDT Streets. Open dally, from 9 to 3, and on TueBday and Friday Evenings , until 8 o'clock Largo or amall Rumn received, and paid without noticewith FIS'E PBR OENT. INTEREST, by check or othertrUe. JOHN THOMSON , Pres't. VICE PBKS1DIKTS, THOS. T. TASKKR, EDWIN M. LEWIS. SKORRTART AND TREABDBXR, WM. T. ELBERT. TRUSTBES, John B. AustinWm. O. Ludwig, John E. Addicks, D. O. Lovy, Sflleraon Alter, Charles E. Lex, M. W. Baldwin, A. Miskey, William Clark, IsraelW. iforrlB, Jr., Ephraim ClarkJr.Wm. Noal. Charles 3. Carstaira, Thos. Neilson Robert Olark, Thomas S. Reed, M. D. A. J. DrexelJames Ruisell, Charles Dutilh, Thos. P. Sparhawk, Wm. B. Foster, Oscar Thoinpsoa, Benjamin Gerhard, Peter Williamson, John Jordan, Jr., Isaac 8. Waterman, Lewis Lewis, Jr., Charles T. Yerkes. aul-Sm I\rO. 83 (241) DOOK STREET. —FIVE 11 PBR CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND. \TO. 83.(241) DOCK STREET FIVE 11 PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND. \TO- 83 (241) BOCK STREET. ...

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Id=220 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

Latd and Important Ireitt Kio de Saatlro. By the a ' r rivM. »t New York on Tuesday of the ship Haidee, Captain Mauton, from Bio de Janeiro, we nave papers to the 5th of ¦ . July—two weeks later than previous advioos via England: . The papers a. tata that the city was heal tiy, no eases "of yellow fever being reported, amoni the eight hundred and forty-nine paliehts In the bosiil-UT, and bat two fatal eases of that disease on. the previous day. . , .. - . . - -The British fleet, consisting of the steam-frigate Furlooj, Commodore Oaborne, and fifteen steam transports and ganboatsj sailed eh route for Ohlna on the 4th ' of July. • , '- , -¦ ', . The American National Anniversary was colebrated by Bio veaseb of all nations dressing in their belt, and the uien-of-warsaluting the Amurleanflag .,Tha Ameriosn.barquoPoiirlicI, from New Orleans, with Vl AnwfA iif 9 ft^il >>art^atd flftlir. Antiimanndri tn discharge ;at three o'clook I'. M., July.3, and, at the end of twenty...

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Id=222 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

PERSONA.I. The French Governmont has given the widow of Charles Moray, the American improperly shot by a guard in a Puris prison, $15,000, as indemnity. P. T. Barnum has returned to this country by the Europa. lie left Boston immediately for ^airfield, Conn. Mr. Henrjr J. Raymond, of the New York Times, has retut mi from Europe. . The Hon. Will, JI, SeWard chartered a vessel at Quebec lost weelr, manned and provisioned it for a voyage, and with ht3 son and daughter-in-law set for a trip down the Gulf. Dr. B., Cresson Stiles, pf New Yorklias been appointed Professor of Physiology and Pathology in the Medical Department of the University of .Vermont- . , , • Dr. C. T. Jackson has been to - Washington making arrangements to carry out the plans of the Agricultural Bureau for the obemiosl analysis of the best soils and most Important productions. The Courrier dei EtaU UnU says that Thalberg ia learning to play on the banjo, lie has taken ten lessonsand acknowledges that he has made...

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Id=260 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

WW YORK LINES.—THE CAXDSS 11 AND AM BOY RAILROAD AND rHILABEWHIA AKD TRENTON RAILROAD COMPANY'S LUTES. FROM PHILADELPHIA TG NEW YORK, A-VD WAY PLACES. Leave as follows, Tis: ' Vau. At 1 A. M. f from Kensington Depot, via Jersey City, Mail fjaii At 6 A. M., via Camden and Jersey City, New Jersey Accommodation..... ^ 3 2fi At S A-M., via Camden'and Amboy, Accommodation 2 16 At 7 A. M., via Camden and Jersey City, Horninf Mail ¦ . ..77? S00 At 10A.M., by steamboat Trenton, via Taconr and Jersey City, Morning Expres*.. S 09 At 3 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, O. and A. Express 3 00 At 5 P. M. via Camden and Jersey City. Eveninc Mail ...:...........777:3 oo At 3 P. M., via, Camden and Amsoy, Accommodation, 1st Class 2 00 At3P.II., via Camden and AsO»y, Accommodation. 2i*» Class . ' i so At 6 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation, lai Class 2 00 At 6 P. Mr, via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation, 2nd Class 1 « The 6 P.M. line runs dally, all others Sundays ex cepted. Express Lines s...

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Id=217 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

i^^'k^,'^r<^s^- - i^'^-ir'r'\ . W¦;. ¦ '^•/¦ *^ 5 .V/ "'' ;- '.->-*KE'«H00!Hll«.(»X ! Hl». " ;y l \ ' ¦ " ' : '' - -" - . *' :' - - * W^*"^** /! : '¦ ;. '-" f '¦ '- - ¦¦ I.- ,fY.cn/!»iasp, ^t»P*^;.- \-f' - . "'' ! »6ay>t'taon,Snephert, - tu>«»V«** - " <ig ' IiaftlUrof iumMf*t«r ->..;Lum. " £ From human ptsalons—love and H«te!" , Setsiathat star, ttaVri* »«* W"*>;, ¦ Do* downwind at!w»~M<l disapptM t" ' -> Wii;ih%t *Hu?i"iaS^ui.iM " «l>JW». '¦ . " ' ¦ . * A mortA' s brief e^n o* ends :—j ' With Baoohao win»r»nd wassail wild,, H« drank toitfvataid his frtandj! Unoonwioa?, bjrthe bowl htdtjlnsd. ¦ ", • . He Ues!-W|taefa,.#s hopes, hu fears' 1 — ''HoMU'SSepWd; one mow star h»th waned: .^antd—downward sireaiasf,-* 11 ' 1 disappears!" " That meteor, my ' son, U blest! Ihe Life it held wasundefiled: •"-. . - Scarce was the orange blossom prest " Upon her Brow;—a toying ohild—BMtow'donblmshe'dloyedsoKaip- . _•.. - A...

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Id=221 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

Xhe Mnqalaelnre >( Iran. According to an official report, as recently made to the British Parliament, in the manufacture of the thinrier and finer descriptions of plate,. the Prussians excel all other nations, while in the manufacture of wrought iron joists the French stand without a rjvil. ' .They have also advanced to great perfection in the manufacture of steam engines and steam machinery, stationary engines , 1 - locomotive engines, marine engines, hydraulic engines and machines, machinery '" for the manufactee of cotton, siUs, flax and wool, flour mills,-special machinery and apparatus for work-shops, including machines used in the preparation of timber,' in mining operations, reaping and ihreshipg inachines. The report states that the 'working classes of France and ¦ Germany its ahead, of those of Great Britain in the higher broaches of Industrial art—a fact ¦which one. would bo.slow to credit were ltnot officially admitted by the Parliament of Great Britain; &g...

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Id=259 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

aailroaofi F3NKSTLVANIA RAILROAD.—THE GREAT CENTRAL ROUTE, connecting the Atlantic Cities with WesternNorth-westernami Southwestern Statesby s continuous Railway direct. This Road also connect* at Fitttrcraa with daily li» «f earners"to- all points on tha Waatern Bivert, and at Ileveuutd and Bandusky with Steamer* to all ports on le North-western Lake*; making tha most DIRECT, CHEAPEST and RELIABLE BOTTTEbyjraiehFRifhi ra 5 beforwarded to and from the GREAT WE8T- - „ KATJ3 BSTWKXa PHILADELPHIA A*TP WTTB->Unwi£. First Ctiss—Boots , Shoe*, HaU, and Caps, Book., Dry Ooodji, (is bolt* bales asd trunk*}, Drug., (in boxes and oal«) ?«*thersFurs, 4c: 76e. JUT 100 Ik. Eiooxd Cum—Donmtie. Sheeting Shirting anj Ticking;, (In criginai bales), Drugs (in casks), Hardware, Luther, (in rolls or boxa). Wool! and Sheep Pelts£astu*rd , 4c. ic....60o " p*r 100 Hi. Thixd Cuts—Anvils, am), Chains, (in casks), Bemn, Bacon and Pork, Salted, (loose or in sacks), Tobacco, manufactured, (except ...

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Id=237 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

TTELMBOLD' 8 GENUINE PREPARAJtX TI0N t Extract Buchu, removes *U the ayiuptons, among which will be found Indisposition to exertion , Loss of Pow«rLoss of ^ Memory, Difficulty of Breathing', General Weakness, Horror of DiseaseWeak Nerves, Trembling, Dreadful Horror of Death. Night Sweats, Cold Feet, Wake|uln$BS, Dimness of VUlooLanguor, Universal L&BBltude of the MuHcuIar System, often eriormoua Appetite or Dyspeptic Symptoml, Hot Hkoda, Flufthlngg of the Body, Drynena of the SkinPallid Countenance, Eruptions on the Faco, Pains in tho Back, Heaviness of the Eye Llda, frequently Black Spot* flying before tha Eyes, with temporary Suffusion, Lokh of Sight. If these syraptona are allowed to go on, which this me* dioiu* invariably removeH, boou follow Fatuity aHd Epileptic Fits. H"EUlBOLD'a GENUINE PREPARA-. TI0N, Extract Rnoht), for all Diseases of the BladderKlduoys, (travel, Dropsy, Nervous and Debilitated Sufferers. IF YOU ARE SUFFERING WITH ANY of the above distressing ail...

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Id=224 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

The Killing of Dallgh la Chester Count). The different papers published recently an account of the killing of a man named Wm, Baugh, by a constable, in Chester county. It was stated that Baugh was a desperado, and the killing ontirely justifiable. This week, howevera neighbor takes up tho cudgel in his behalf in a letter to tlio West Chester Remtblican. lie says: "You say that Baugh was known to be a mest desperate oharscter, everybody was afraid of him. That 1 do most unhesitatingly deny. I have always regarded him as an honest man, and an orderly citizen, and only when insulted or believing his rights to uo Invaded would he become arousedand when in that state his temper became uncontrollable. That was his misfortune, not his fault. You also say that tho shooting of Baugh is fully justified hy the entire community. That is far from being the 'not. But I do not wish to say much about tho conduct and statements of the officers, understanding that the case is to be fully investig...

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Id=236 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

iilcbicinca NINETEENTH CENTURY . ' —THE GREAT REMEDY OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY IS THE IMPERIAL DEPURATIVE. This is now tho great standard remedy for diseases ot the Bloat, Stomach and Liver. If you have a Cancerous or Scrofulous affection , at onci} use the Imperial Depurative. Tetter.—Arv you troubled with this obstinate aud unpleasant disease ? Use the Imperial Dtyurativt. Try but on* bottle. Have you White Swelling, Hip DIgeaso, or Glandular Swelling* I The Imperial Depurative will effect & cure. Try H. For Pimples, Blotches and Eruptions of the Skin gene* rally, you navo a prompt and certain remedy in the Jmpenal Depurattvt. One bottle will satisfy you of its efficacy. Use the Imperial Depurative, if you would have a clear, hoalthful, and beautiful complexion. Use the Imperial Vepurative for a diseased state of he Liver or Stomach. For females of a weak and debilitated habit and shattered nerves, tho Imperial Depurative is just what in required to re-invigorate t...

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Id=263 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA ^ GERMANT0W3T AND N0RRI3T0WN BAJLKOAD-SUMMER AB - RANGEIIXNTS. On and after May 5th, 1857. ¦FOR OERJUSTOWS. Leave- Philadelphia at 6,7,8,910-min., 10. UJ{, A. U.j and 1,13-10 min., 4, 5, 8, f, 8, 9,11K » *• M - Leavej Germantown at «, 7, 7-35, 8 »-{o min., 10V, 11«, A. M., 1,83-10 min., 4.6,«I, 810«P. M. The 7-35 o'clock, A. M., tnlnlromGermantown , will not atop at intermediate Stations. OX 8KIDAT3. Lean PhilsdelphU at 9-20 A. JI., t, 3,10,9-30 and Leave Germantown at 8-S0,9-20 A. U., 1-10, 4Ji, S 15, and7 P.M. CHESTNUT HILL BAILR9AD. Leave Philadelphia, at 6, 8,9-10 min., UX A. M., 2, 4,6,8,9, P.M. ' * . ' Leave Chestnut Bill at 7-15, 7-3i10-10, 11-10, min., A. M., 1^0,3^0, 5-40, 7-40,10-10 min., P. M. ox STODiTS. Leave Philadelphia at 9-20 A.M., * 5V and 8 P. M. Leave Chertnut Hill at 8 A. M., 12-50,4-10, and «-*), In and ttter Hay 4th, 1857. FOR MANAYCNK, C0N8H0H0CKEN, AND NOB BJ8T0WN. Leave Philadelphia at 6,9, and 11, A. SI, and 3, 4«r, 6X,andlIX,P.M. ' *' Lea...

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Id=261 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

CHANGE OP HOUBS^-PHILADELPHIA, WHMIKGTON AND BALTIMORE BAIL. BOAD. On aud after Thursday, Ids 3d, HST PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE PHILAttELPHIA For Baltimore at 8 A. M., 1 P. M., (IXBRas,) and U P. M, For Wilmington at 8 A. M., 1, 4 OS and 111. M. For New Castle at S A. M., 1 and 4.IS P. M. For Middletown at 8 A. M. and 4 J5 P. M. For Dover at 8 A. H. and 4.15 P. U. For S«aford at 8 A. M. and 4.15 P. M* TKAIN3 FOR PHILADELPHIA Leave Baltimore at 8.54, Express, 11 A. Si., and 0.25 Leave Wilmington at» 60 and 11.65 A.M.,aad2.S ani«.K.P.U. Leave Now Castle at 6J?0 and 11.05 A. H ., and 8.05 P.M. Leave Middletowaat 10.00 A. M. and 8.05 P. K. Leave Dover at 8.60 A. M. and 71. M. Leas&Seafnrd a*7 M A. It. and 4.00 p. JJ. TiGNSroaa*iEiMOBE . . Lean WUmingtoa at 9.16 A. M... 2 P. M. and 11J7 A.M. BTJNBAYS only it 11 f. H. from PbiUdelphla to BalUmore. do. ' do. ess P. M. from Baltimore to Philadelphia. BALTIMORE AND HAVRE DE GRACE ACCOHMO DATION CHAIN Leaves Havre de Grace at 6-60 A....

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