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Id=264 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

NOBTH PENNSYLVANIA BAILROAD. FOB BETHLEHEU, EASTON, ALLE3T0WN, MAUCH CHUNK, WILKESBARRE, DOYLESTOWN, 4ckc, TrrftnrrftH TO BETHLEHEM WITHQTTT rlliKOK OF CABS. On and after Wednesday, Jnly 8th, 1857. the train on this Boad will leave as follows, daily, (Sundays « cepted: * For Bethlehem, Saston, AUentownMaach Chunk. Wilkesbarre, Ac., via Lehieh Taller Railroad, Morains Expressat 615 A.M. * For Bethlehem, Euton, Allentown, llanch Chunk, via Lehigb Valley Railroad, Iveninj Express , at 2 IS Passengers for Eaiton by S15 P. M. traia uke ituu at Iron Hill station. For Doylestown, (Accommodation) tt 8 45 A. II. and 4P SI. For Gwynedd, (Accomnodatiwi) at 8 35 P. H. KBTURNK3. Leave Bethlehem at 9 IS A. M. and 2 45 P. M. with Passengers, via. Lehigh Valley Railroad, from Eaaton, Allentown, Manch Chunk, Wilkesbarre, 4c, arriving in Philadelphia at 1810 M. and 6 45 P. M. Lear* Doylestown, (Accommodation) at 6 45 A. M. and410P.M. Leave Gwynedd, (Accommodation) at 6 SO A. M. ON SUNDAYS. ' Le...

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Id=225 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

OUR DIPLOMATIC EXPENSES Ihe United States Government has In its service 360 diplomatic and consulatofficors. Our Ministers to England and France rcceivo an annual salary of $37,61)0 each. These two minions are' highest in grade. ' To ftvetaiislons a.»»lajy of $12,000 each'is attaehed! to two missions « salary of $,'10,(1(10 euoh; and, to seventeen missions, of secondary ,grade a salary, of $7500 each. The Minister to Anatria receives $3,000 , per annum; tt» C' oniintaionor to China, $9,000; and the Commissioner to tho Sandwich Island", $7,500. The various legations, including salaries of secretaries, cost us$52t,760 per annum. Of the consulships, 184 are salaried officers, the salaries ranging from $7,500, down to $2,000. The following are the most'expensive, if not the most profitable: London $7,600 Sltttodn 15,000 Liverpool 7,600 Quebec 4,000 Havana 6,000 ¦ Constantinople 3,000 Havre 0,000 Alexandria 3,600 Bio Janeiro 0,000 1'iankforr 3,000 Cauton 4,000 Am«;.: 3,000 Aoapulco...

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Id=227 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

SiwinqS ifnrt&s CAVING FUND—FIVE PEE CENT. INO TEREST—NATIONAL 8AFETY TRUST COMPANY.—WALNUT 8TBEET, 80UTB-WE8T CORNER OF THIRD, PHILADELPHIA. IBOORPOEATED BT THB SMTS OF PKSKSTLVJSU. Money is received in any sum, large or small, and interest paid from the day of deposit to the day or withdrawal. The office ia ppen every day from 9 o'clock lu the morning till 7 o'clock ia the evening, and on Monday and Thursday evening* till 9 o'clock All fiumal&rge ur small, are paid back ia gold on demand, without notice, to any amount. HON. UENBY L BKNNERPresident, ROBUST BELFRIDUE, Vice President. Wu. J. Rsbd, Secretary. DIBECT0R3: Hon. Henry L. Benner, O. Landreth Manns, Edward L. Carter, F. Carroll Brewster, Robert 3olfridge, Joseph B. Barry, Baml. K. Anhton, Henry L. Churchman, James B. Smith, Francis Lee. Thia Company confine! tn buaiucsa entirely to the receiving of money on interest. The investments , amounting to over ONE MILLION AND A HALF OP DOLLARS, are mode in con...

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Id=238 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

Uoots anb al)oes. NO. 442, SOUTHEAST CORNER OF MARKET »nd SKTll Streets (U'ntlcmea'3 Best Patent Leather Oaiter Boots. " " Calf do. do " " Patent Leather Oxford Ties. 11 " Cllf do do. " " Patent Leather and O&lf narroff strap Bhoefl, DoyH 1 and Toutbs' Patent Leather and Oalf fikiu Gaiter Bonta and Shoes. . aul-tf Foraajeby QEO. W. TAYLOB. FALL STOCK OP BOOTS AND SHOES. —JOSKPII ir. THOMPSON t CO., No. 314 MARKET Street, and Noa. 3 and 6 FRANKLIN PLACE, haro now In store a large and well-assorted stock o BOOTS and BHOJiS, of City ud Eastern manufacture , whlch,thoy ofTor for sale on the best terms for Gash, or on the usual credit. Buyers ara invited to call and examine tholr stock. nul-dtf , ; piHABLES P. CALDWELL—Wholesale \J and Retail WHIP and 0ANK Manufacturer, No 4 North FOURTH Street. . au4 FU.00BING BOARDS—28,680 feet Caro Una flooring tloardl, aOoat. for aalo by ' MASIIN & MAOAIISTEB »Ul 11» North Woter Street.

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Id=234 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

PENN STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER WORKS. REANEY, NEAPIE & CO., PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL ENGINEERS. MACHINISTS, BOILEB-MAKERS, BLACKSMITHS AND FOUNDERSHaving for ma ay veara been In Bucceaaful operation, and been exclusively engaged in building and repairing ifarjno and River Engineshigh and low preaimro, Iron Boats, water Tanksrrop&Uen, &« ,die , respectfully offer tholr sarrtceA to the publicat being fully prepared to contract for Engines of all Bizes , MarineRiWand Stationary. Ifirtlng sets of patterns of different Eiies, are prepared to execute orders with quick deapitch. Every description of Pattern-making made at the nhorteat notice. High tuid Low Pressure, Flue, T\i\mlar and Cylinder Boilers, of the beat Pennsylvania charcoal iron. Forgings of all sizes and kinds; Iron and Brass Castings of all descriptions; Roll Turning, Screw Cutting, and all other work connected with the above business. Drawings and Applications for all work done at their establishment...

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Id=262 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

SPRING ABEANGEMENT.—PENNSYLVANIA CENTRA!. RAILROAD.—Burning In direct connection with the PITTSBURGH, FOET WAYNB AND CHICAGO BAILBO AD. For Cincinnati, St. LouisIowa City, Louisville, New Orleans, St. Pauls, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Kansas, Terre HauteChicagoNebraska. In advance or all other routes out of Philadelphia. Forming dose connection with all tht Great Wester* Railroads.. THROUGH TRAINS Leave Philadelphia, forPittsbargh anoVwestern cities, from the Femuylranhv Railroad Passenger Station, south-east corner of ELEVENTH and MARKS! street*, (entrance on Eleventh street,) a* follows * Mail Train at 7—, A.M. FastUne...... at 125S, P.M. Express Mail at 1100. Night. Cclumbia-B. B. Line leaves for Harriaborg; at 2.30, P. M..Lancaster )Accommodation,) at 4.3)P. U. The Express Mail runs daily, the other trains, Sundays excepted. For further particulars se« hand-bills, at the different starting-points. Passengers from the West will And this the shortest and most expeditious route toP...

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Id=244 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

QREAT WESTERN INSURANCE AND ?ln T di?Itm2t ui ^ D ? lphia 'No - m < late 107 > k1K»(W Charter perpetual. Authorised ^ " B ^J I/S^?ANOi:~ . 0 " ""Whanaise generally, household furniture, oa atorea, toeUines, tc LSmitea or perpetual. . ' MARINE INSUBAN0E—On cargoes, freights and vessels to all parts of tho world.- ' INLAND INSURANCE—On goodB by rivers, canals lakes, and land carriage , to all parts of the country. DIBGCTOKS. Charles O. Lathrofi1428 Walnut Street Alexander Whillitn, 14 North Front Street. Henry D. Moore, Farquhar Buildings, Walnut St. JohnO. Hunterfirm of Wright, Hunter k Co. K. Tracy, firm of Tracy 4, Baker. Thos. L. Qlllesple, firm ofOillespIe k. Zeller. Stillwell S. Bishop, firm of Bishop, Simons A Co. William Darling, (iat« of Reading.) Isaac llailehurat, Attorney and Counsellor. J. R. McCurdy, nrm of Jones. White Ic MeCurdy. John RiceW South Jourtb Street. Jos B. Smithfirm af James B. Smith ic Co Thco. W. BakerGoldsmiths' Hall. E. Harper Jeffries, ...

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Id=248 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

ARCTIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANYNEW YORK.—OfflceNo 29 Wall street, adjoining the Mechanics' Bank—Cash Capital, $250,000, with a surplus. This Company insure Buildings , Merchandize, Furniture, Vessels in port and their Cargoes and other property, against Loss or Damage by Fin anu the Risks of Inland Navigation. DIRECTORS. Henry Grlnnell, Joshua L. Pope, Caleb Barstow, Rufus R Graves, Henry O. Brewer, Henry Davis, Edmund Penfold, C. H. Lilienthal, Hanson K. Corning, Theo. Polhemus, Jr. Ogden Hagjprty, EltshtE. Morgan Thomas Monagan, Abm. R. Van SeBt, John U. Earie, William A. Oary, Albert WardThomas S. Nelson, Charles Easton, James W. Phillips, Lonls LorutCharles A. Macy, Samuel O. Glidden, Edward Hlncken, Steph. Cambreleng, Wm. E. Snepard, Thomas Scott, Charles L. Frost John Ward, Lothrop L. 3turcc», Henry K. Bogert, William R. Fosdick, Peter Edes. Emery Thayer, Benjamin II. Field, Geo. Westfeidt, A. R. yrothinghara, Zalmou Taylor Thos. F. Youngs, Henry E. Blossom. Samuel t. Mitchell...

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Id=233 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

RI CHARD NORRIS & SON, LOCOMOTIVE STEAM ENGINE BUILDERS, SEVENTEENTH STREET, HAMILTON, FAIRYIRW AKD SFRINO GARDEN STREETS. PHILADELPHIA. Engaged exclusively in the manufacture of LOCOMOTIVE STEAM ENGINES. Manufacture to order Locomotives of any arrangement j weight or capacity, for the use of Wood or Colte or Bitumtnous Coal in us crude $tatt, or ANTHRACITE COAL, WITHOUT KMITTINQ SMOKE , OA8 OR FIRS. In design, material and workmanship, the Locomotives produced at these Works are equal toasd not excelled by auy. The materials used in construction are mado on the spot, and insure the beat quality and most reliable stock. The large extent of Shops, end Complete Equipment of Machintry and Tools, enable heio to execute the BEST OF WORK WITH GREAT DESPATCH, Of ANY ABRANGKMK.Vr REQUIIIED. , CHILLED CAR WHEELS, HAMMERED AXLES, With Forcings of any fiiie or form, IRON AND BRASS CASTINGS, And MACHINE WORK generally. RICHARD H0RRI9. 0ENRY LATIHER HOHB'.S-

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Id=265 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

apAMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD. KJ —CHANGE O» BOTJBS. SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS On and after Monday, Jury 8thand until furthernotice, trains for Atlantic City will leave Vine street wharf daily, (Sundays excepted.) First down paaunra train will leavt Vine street wbsrf at 7-30 A.M. Second down pasaennr train will leave Vine atrett whsrlat5P.M. Freight trains,.with psKfnser car attached, 6-X A. BetursInsT, will lean Atlantic City as follows: First passenger train at 8-30 A.M. Second do 4.50 P.M. Treight train lisoP.lt-. tASSlNGERS FOB HADDONFlELP Will leave Yb» street wharf at KMS A. M., and MS P. Will leave Hoddoafield at 7-20 A. M., and 2 P. M. Freight must be deliveied at Cooper' * Point by i o'oloek, P. H., to insure, its. going down in the moraine train. The Company will not be responsible for any good* until received and receipted for by their freight ajmt. su5-lm* B. fBAZEB, Secretary. . npHOHAS E. BAXTEB—HARDrfARK JL CtJTLEBY HOT WXH&;Th: 910 MtiMttK * tl»TeNinU1,lonU.^d....

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Id=246 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY.—The PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Southeast Corner of THIRD and DOOK Streets. Capital, $012,725 03. INSURES LIVES Tor abort terms, or for the whole term of life—grants annuities and endowments—purchases life on interests In Real KkUte, and makes all contracts depending on the contingencies of Life. They act as Executors, Administrators, Assignees, Trustees and Guardians. MONEY RECEIVED ON DEPOSIT In any amount—Five Per Cent. Interest allowed from date of deposit, payable back on demand without notice. ASSETS OF THE COMPANY , January lit. 1857. Loans or the Stato of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia City, Penn'a Railroad, Catnden and Aniboy Railroadand other Loans (179,885 38 Bonds, Mortgages and Real Estate 117,137 19 Stocks in Banks, Insurance, Gas and Railroad Companies 81,720 98 Premium Notes and Loans on Collaterals 193,092 01 Cash In Bank , due from Agentd, Interest, 4e 38,780 47 Guarantee Capital, Subscription Notes 100,000 00 $711,225 03 DANIE...

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Id=226 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

.Harvest has commenced in this neighborhood. Never has there been to many acres of grain ready for the retper, and nevir was the promise better for a bountiful yield. We have conversed with several farmerswho are competent judges, and the opinion seems to be that the wheat crop will average twenty-five bushels per acre. The kind mostly raised is the Canada,Club, wbioh is usually of an excellent quality, and the berry this year is said to bo remarkably plump .and Urge. Oats are good, much more than an average crop; corn Is stretching up rapidly, and potatoes promtso a magnificent fiield. Surely the rurtl population have renson to rejoice.—Iowa Rtgimr. Among th« passengers who sailed from Now Orleans oh the 1st instant, on tho steamship Toxas for Vcra Orui, Were the Hon. J. P. BenjaminSenator in Congress; the Hon. Fierro Souls, ex-Sonator, and Emiie LaSero. There was also en board Col. Lee, who. is bearer of Government despatches to Mr. Forsyth, the American Minister in Mexico. They...

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Id=243 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

Insurant* Cotnpiiniefl HHE QUAKER CITY INSURANCE -¦- COMPANY, OIBce No. 408 (late 92) WALNUT St. Capital and Surplus, (260,000. This Companf continues t^ make Insurance against oss or damage.by Fire and tffe Perils of tho Sea, Inland Navigation and Transportation, at current rates. _ . 0FFI0F.R8. President—OF.O. II. HART Vice Pra»ident—E. P. ROSS. Secretary and Treasurer—H. R. COQQSIIALL Assistant 8ecreUry-S. H. BUTMSR BIBECTOHS. S c o rg » n - I ¦ EW ' Bailey, ?-E-5°f?\, Charles O.Imlay, J " . •J?m C " 'i Wm. D.Lewis, Jr., irt^" , 0 "1 '' J.L.Pomeroy ' S"'2-"*';•,_ Andrew R. Chamters, Hon. Henry M. Fuller , H. B Coggshall , ? I a ^'' Samuel Jones, l(. D., John It. Chambers , A. F. Cheesbrouzh au 8-ly

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Id=245 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY , Incorporated by the State of Pennsylvania in 1848 , are now established in their NEW OFl'ICBNo. 433 CHS3TNDT Street, where they are prepared to make ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE, from LOSS BY HRK, on property of every description, In Town or Country, including PUBLIC BUILDINGS, DWELLINGS STORES, WAREHOUSES, FACTORIES and MANUFACTORIES, WORKSHOPS, VESSELS, 4«. Also, MERCHANDIZE of all kinds STOCKS ^ OF GOODS, Stocks of COUNTRY STORES, Go.d» on STORAOK or in BOND , STOCKS and TOOLS of ARTIFICERS and MECHANICS: FURNITURE, JEWELRYFIXTURES, &c, 4c, it.. &cat moderate rates of premium, and for any period of time. This Company refer to their past career as au ample guarantee for the PROMPT SETTLEMENT of all their LOSSES. There are, at this time no unsettled claims against them. ROBERT P. KINOPres't. M. W. BALDWIN, Vico Pres't. FbuciS Blioibcbse. Sec'y. aul-3m

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Id=247 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY.—Incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania. Capital $500,000. Charter perpetual. Offlce In the Company's Buildings, S. E. Corner of WALNUT and FOURTH Streets, Phlladelphis. This Company insures lives during the natural life, or for short terms, at the usual mutual rates of other sound companies. Stock rates about Twimtt per cent, lower than above. Premiums may be paid quarterly, half yearly or yearly. VIVE PER OENT. 8AVINOB FUND. Money received on deposit daily, by this old-established Institutionreturnablb in Gold , on demand, with fire per cent, interest added. Office hours from 9 A.M. till 6 P.M., and on Mondays till 8 P.M. ALEXANDER WHILLDIN Jons O. Sins, See'y. Taul-lOtl President.

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Id=235 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

HANDY & MORRIS—MANUFACTURERS OP CUMBERLAND WROUGHT IRON TUBES FOR GAS, STEAM OR WATER, 1LBD, GENERAL IRON COMMISSION MERCHTS. Warehouse 8. E. corner FRONT and WALNUT. a.ul-3m

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Id=216 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

¦MMM«MMMSIM^^^_ ¦ \ " GENERAL ^ NEWS . Joseph H..Jackson, of Franklin-township, Chester, county, Pa., committed suicide on Friday week;by Wkiiig laudontim: His head 4 mi"silvered o'er %fth age." ' Ha was- a waMhandelook raskeKby trsaQ,MdbM,/oUp K ed.oleaulngolook«- lor a number ofsypsre. • JKe leaves.« wife and one, aanghtor. ' '*'"¦*; - * ' * -> ' ~ -, ¦ Tho New CasHe ifturtial saysthe *orkon he N«w CasUe andMltsburgBaliroad toprogr^s- - ng rapioij. Somo four or flv« mile* wUlbe re«dy oi-laying downth 7iti|-; fa J^ week or tw^ the IB!l0 !, of '^ Bnldill l irtll/sosn'bB acne.-The heaviest grading on th. rondels almost fini«Jt«d, and we are told . contraotor. are preparing the Umber for putting up the bridge,' M^odliy as pos-SIDle. . • ; „ ... .» ^. j, ^ ; ,, ¦ Ow wiTtt,jjisia. Tailsf—So mrcn rok' Jhinadoh.—An oriler Similar to' thU must reoently W» beenUsuoarrdm the Police -DepSfeXfor TMtojfay 'we s»w. threo: Chinese. tail, »u hi]™ ?«? lMk,r;d«nglln 5 from somo tailing. i...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

fM^^^m vii^^k-^^' -rim than ^e;c«,Mf^j^|g||^^jfe^iericaj! toaao ;» ;«^cli||^gg^i| it>ss^ foji in je . ngland, ,tp wcf6 so j c0tistAiit)y^uui 1tipon" duty that tHey iMc^o^ij^,Am^(^ t Aasteai. at boldly ttffcllttrifcrei-MWkfflrio Collections, "^ »«a« ; ^« st^i#*s# r ^«R?^e};?r«Hl so' iflngingi l*^^pS^i* American, but merely '^?? i ' "'''^*- '^Ij^' Kffs^l. ' .ssfe'i-." \ ;/, ¦• ^i^|l-#^ol^i«pyt f pnS)ota«O AJfi©- ' J?^,4<l#,^rwl»i^^|i^MiiV|ffera7fiacie in'w-ooiiiWUiiBntary. ipoIpgotio , manner, as if fl^i^^^fi y iivyWp^, "! »Dd were con»pl«^«iUy ;r<MseiTed; by John Bull «^^^^. fl«t i j^Sai '> afcj»afii ? ' l or ' ; deiH^; to lnteli^t,;Ml»»ty.!thh,.constS!>t cuokoo-,«8^i^W^a<M«6rtiaii and belief so atrougiyj mm^^mm i^^t^wiuhaiv ipiai^iiii^u ^ii^ I^;«j{«e. ,tp1^on?iiip,pi^o- a ' markcii.im-; jMf(ia6h*^t f!:tliejjp,nWJWiiaiidi i ftl>ro4d and at end io the «j-»tein of, Ainaricans fathoring them-?T^Jr|»6:^oiS^«1fw:Sr i Mi;:' .BB(jaASA»'...

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