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Id=253 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

weatornStafeaV b> aconUaMo. E^gwy feet ;IU. Boadalso con«.i »V»J*i>^M««H*5r^J * steamers to^^J^i^S^jH^ ^ ^g. rt Cleveland and gudnaky with Btwmertto allMrtton fSBBBsassa HATES ' BBTWiiN^mUlJKJ-PHlA AKD PirTS Vut». Cuss—B<£taf> mo**] Bfttif $ad ' . . '" > » tyffl 390^ r J^T O«3*j 0& MXM . \ . - : ~ iatl b«jM) »«MWr», SK>, ic.....,. ' .75o, p« MCU Sitojo " CiAS«-rJ>oin«stic. Sheeting , - . 'ss^s^&askr.:'--: Tstsft Cliu ^ Aartlii.- StitaL dtalna. «n ' e»akB),Hemp,8»M»»4Pprk, . Salted, (loose or in sacks), ToJ»«». ... m»nuIaitnr»i,(«lc«j(tCs5taoi ,orBiii- ¦ . :; S^*«..,,^L,v.^-,...;.:-..J;»p^j«ioo. ii.. Fosxn Ci-lsa—C«5ee , Fish, Bacon, :' ¦ Beef,andfj^i(i|l,«aW«rboXi* ' - - . : ewtward);£afd»ndL*rtOiL/Saila , ¦ Soda Ash, QenunCUy, far, Pitch, ^oain, jkcr.<a'*>*u(*tkv«i#(..B,L.<40c, wilOO lb. Floos—T5c: per bbl.,untn further noiice.' ' Giuu—3ae.W!r 100 lbs:, natn further notin. ' In shippinf Goods ...

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Id=232 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

TXELMBOLD'GENUINE FREPARAXI TIONExtract Buchu, removes all the eyroptfnjj, amoug which will be foulid Indisposition to' exoruur Loss of Power, Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, General Weakness, Horror of Disease, Weak Nerves , Trembling, Dreadful Horror of Death, Night S»oat», Cold Feet, Wnkefulncjs, Dimness of visionLanguor, Universal Latitude of the Muscular Systemoften enormous Appetite or Dyspeptic Symptoms, Hot Hands, Flushings of the Body,, Dryneas of the SkinPallid Countenance, Eruptions on the Face, Pains In the Back, Heaviness of the £ye. Lids, frequently Black Spots QyUuj before the Eyes, with temporary Suffusion, Leas of Sight. If these symptons are allowed to go on, which this medicine invariably removes, soon follow Fatuity aud Epileptic Fits. : HELMBOLD' 8 GENUINE PREPARATION, Extract Buchu, for all Diseases of the Bladder. Kidneys, Qravel, Dropsy, Nervous and Debilitated Sufferers. IP YOU ARE SUFFERING WITH ANY of th° above distressing ailmentsuso HELMUOLD'S...

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Id=231 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

itlemcittfo NINETEENTH CENTURY!—THE OBKAT REMJJDY OF - THE NINETEENTH CENTURY 18 THE IMPERIAL DEPCBATITE. . This it now the great standard remedy for diseases of the Blood, Stomach trad Liver. ' If yon have & Canitrous or Scrofulous affection , at once tuo the Imperial Dtpumtivt. . IVIIsr,—Are yon troubled with this obstinate and unpleasant dleeaso t Use the Imperial Depurative. Try hutoiMbot(le. , Have you White Swelling, Hip Disease, or Glandular Swellings f The Imperial Jjspuratioe will effect a euro. Try it. for Plmplee, Blotches andKntstionsof the Skin generally, you nave a prompt aud certain remedy in the Imperial Vspurative. One bottle will satisfy you of its efficacy. ' Use the Imperial Depurative, it yon would have * clear, healthful, and beautlful'eomplexion. Use the Imperial Depurative for a diseased state of the Liver or stomach. For females of a- weak and debilitated habit and shat¬ tered nervea, the Imperial Depitrative Is just what is required to re-in...

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Id=243 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

THE MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSURAN0E COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA.—Office No. 22a WALNUT Street, oppoalte tho Exchange: MARINE RISKS on Vessels ' , Cargoes, and Freights: INLAND TRANSPORTATION . RISKS, per Railroads, Canals^ Boatn, and other carriages. . I ALL II1B rnOIITB olvUaA annoallr amotui the Inanred, and ample security in easea of losa. DIBBCtOBS. : Edward Harris Miles, Thomas T. Butcher John M. Odenheimer, Algernon JS. Ashburner, Mahlon Wmismnon, Alfred Fassltt, Samuel J. Sharplois, Thomas S. Foster, Isaao Jeanes, Gaatavua English, . Henry Preaut, James B. Stroup, i Edward a. James, Alfred Slede.. William L. Springs, A. O. Cattell, Franklin 0. Jones, Charles B. Carstalra, ' Daniel Haddock, Jr., Samnel Boblnson, William Taylor, John 0; Seifer, James Murphy, John P. Steiner, Wm. F. Smith, Henry Grambo, A. J.Antelo, Wm.JCantr, Samuel L. Creutsborg. EDWARD HARRIS MILES, President. ALFRED FASSITT, Vice President. , Johv 0. BjtvrRE, Secretary. . anl-ly /SlRARD FIRE AND MARINE INSUBVX ANC...

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Id=255 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

fMlAXQE QV HOURS PHILADELV/ >HIA, WIUHrlSTOS AND BALTUOSI SAILROAD, i '" ¦ ' - ' On ' aad after ThursdajvJulr 84 * , ' «sf,' PASSENGER TRAINS LEAtT PHISASglPHIA p Sot B*Uima> »t8 A: M. r l ?,M., (Kip**,) «** U »orW^jto^»UA(, ' M.,l4.U%a4U ' j<.£ " ' f Of Xesr P*ttfa »i» A- lT, 1 aast 4.15 P. M. lot MWdl»town»tS A. JC and 4JSP.iT. " - For Dover at» A. M. and 4.1& P. M. foTSe»foraat»A. JI.aaI4a5P.JI. . .. . ' Lea ' ve Wilmington ai«M and Il.M A 1 M. : 1«9<ia Lwve Sew Sortie &$# «rt «.»* .«., awl t.OS '&n JUMetowii *t IBM A. JI. and J-OS P, itV ' Leare Dover at».» A: M, and 11. Ml; . , ' LtateStafonlatT.0aA' .M.aBd4.(»P.M. ,' , ' TRAINS FOg BALTWOKE ..""? , ¦' - Leave Wllmingtoa at »J»_A.M .tP.af. aadMai SUNDAYS only at 11 P. K. from PhHadsr{Utto BalUmorv. - , - - • -• *• fc rSJUSi ' ^-'* 11 *' '' BALTIMOHI! ANB HAVBE Be GIAOE ACCOMMO. HATION TRAIN Leaves Havre defiraeeat 6.60 A^M. - ,;,, Leaves Baltimoreat 4.00 P. K. Frelfht Trai...

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Id=257 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA, GERMANTOpN AND NORRISTOWN BAILED AD-SE MM WASRAKOEMENT3. On and after. May ith, 1.851. FOR aEHMANTOWN., Lun PUladeljahis. at 6, T 8, »1O-b1«., 10,11«, A. M ^ and 1 SWOnto.,4,i, \ \ ,a,»,l»4 p' m. Leave] Oemantown at t, T, T-35,8,9-11 min., lou, UK, A7M., 13»-»mln.;4.8»J?*»V. P. M. He 7-35 o 'clockA. M.trainfroWberaintewo , will not stop at intermediate Stattau. -•„ . ;¦ ox muri. _J> Leave PMUdtlp M* ' at 9-W1 A, M., S, fpti, 5-30 and u^5*i <**£»*"* •* ••». " »/• ¦ *-IM ' «• 8 CuBTrTux SHJt »*TT.yaan Laav» PWl»d«lpU»v «t #,-» , M0 mia., 11J< A. M., 1, L»»oChe»tntitinUatT.15, T-tS10-10,11-10, nln.. JLH.i lJfl,IM0, $-40,1-40,10-IO min., P. M. '? ' ' ¦ ¦ ojr SffsnATSr ' Leave Philadelphia at 9-30 A. M., 1,6X and 8 P. M. Leave Chestnut Hm at 8 A. M., li-SO.4-10, and S-40, P.M. - ¦'-. Oo and after May 4th,JUST. - ; ¦ K)B MANAYUNK, COSaHOEOCKSK. AND NOB '• . ., • X1STOWX. Leave Pniladelfhla at 5, 9,, aadll, t\. U, and 3,4g, Tisvo NonWora atT,»,si&...

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Id=220 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

FPORTANT IMPROVEMENT—1 NEW GA8 00N5UM1NO FDBRAOE. CHIlSOlfS NEW CONE FURNJCM, after having been put to the most sevtre test, during the twp com wntiiaa or 18(6 iMDIt, has proved to be the most yowtrful heater in MlyierUtaring from K to # the fuel over any of the beat furnaces now in u*e Tnsaii F0UXOI8 are constructed with * cast Iron ash pit, and ' broad, shallow pan-shaped fire potliuod with tire-brick or Iron staves. The firepotlssurmounta ' eHIMOF CON£8, onTAPEBINO BADIATO&S, large and broad at their bue, but tapering to small atoertures at tho top, and uniting with the anular chamber, through which the heat and smoke pass to the Sue. Tim wuoib products of combustion. In the form of smolct ibid o' abks, are suBjienddd directly over the fire, COKflHto or compressed into the tapsrlng Cos KB and OOSTIHD&1.1.T KxeoBBn to the direct action of the r*ys of heat and light from the lire, ¦ This heatf and light is brought to a JOCUS In Kion Coa«, notunlikethe COLLECTION...

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Id=258 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

IVORTH PENNSTLVANIABAILRPAD. J,l yog. BETHLBBKM, 8AST0N, ALUNTOWN. SaTJCH CHUNK, WIJjKJSBARBK, SOTLESTOWN. *2a*°i " ' ' * THROUGH TO BBTHLSHSM WITHOUT CH1NOB OF CARS. On and after Wednasdaj, July «th, 1817, th* tralna aa this Boad will lean u (MIom, dairy, (Suiiaja ex oepted:. . . . For Btthltkem, XastasAUastowa, Van* Chmi, Wllkeaharre , *c. via Lehign Valley BMbnd, Moraing £xpr6SA, ftt o H a. If. For Bethlehem, Easton, Anrotuws, Msuch Chink, viaJolUgk VaUeyRanreS , iroi^Sxjre"", "S Passenger* tor Isartoatrr 1 UP H. train take stage* «t Iron ffiil aution. , . For Dqylestowa, (ActommodaUBn) at 8«4 A. M. and For Qrvnedd, (Aocomnodation) at 0 35 P. M. • ^^ - RITI7RKIKQ. Leave Bethlehem at 615 A.M. and J13 ?. M. with PMMMgm'via LeUzh Valley Kailread, from Saiton, AUentowsV Maach <hiuAk, wllkeabarre, &e.. arriving !nPhaadilpblaatl310a.and615P.H. Leave Doylestown, (Aeeommcdation) at «U A.M. and 410 P. H. - Lean ewynedd, (Accommodatios) at o SO A. M. ON SOHDATS. Leave Ph...

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Id=259 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

C^AHDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD. / —CHANGE OF HOURS. SinOUCS. ABBAKeCHSKtS. On end after Monday, Jnly «"" . aad msttl further notice, trai n* tor Attiotic City wiU leave Vine street wharf daily. (Bsjidaysexcented.)* < - ' *lrat Ami jaKflfer train wiU lswe Tte atrnt wharf ¦ Second down pass>Mer train will Man TIm street wharf at 6 P.«. . •_ ¦ - ' , Freight tralrJ, witi passenger ear attachel, t-W A. . RetmiJ«, will laaveAtiaatic City as SiihJTS: lintpasaeMW train at.......:....»-» A.M. ¦ ¦l airii, 4V44P.H. ' Freight trartt..; .: ...lfe»KM->A8SIN(J«aS JOB HADDOrTFmB " "WiU l«avo Tin* street wharf at M4S A. U., tai i4i 9. fkm let* Bt«oaneU»l f-« Lit: ' , andS P. M. Freight mnrt be itUnmi at Coopert P<a=t br s o'olsek, P. M-, to Issnn Ita gabc dowa to the aasrvLc train. ' ' . ' .' • ',' - TheConrpanywUl sot be rwnjoMlble fct •»» toode snUl recelvVaad receipted lo/hr tissJr SeiStiVSL ant-lm» ¦- ' ¦¦ K.fttsap^gBfcay * , ¦ unbebmd aalfcrl&iarw) . WEAYK...

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Id=229 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

PENN STEAM ENGINE AND BOIL-£B W0BK8. . REANEY, NEAFIE & CO,, PBAdTIOAL AND, THEOBETIOAL ENCrlNEEBS, UA0OINI8T8, BOILEU-MAKEBS, BLAOK-- SMITHS AND FOVNSEBS. : Having for maay years been In successful operation, and been exclusively engaged In building and repairing Marine and Blver Engines, high and low pressure, Iron Boats, Water TanksPropellers , Ac, &o., respectrdlly offer their services to thepublloas being fujly prepared to contract for Engines or all sites, Marine, JUverand Stationary. Having sots of patterns of different sites, an prepared to execute orders with quick despatch. Kvory description oT Pattern-making made at the shortest notice. High and Low Pressure, Flue, Tubular and Cylinder Boilers, of the best Pennsylvania charcoal Iron. Forglngs .of all shea and kinds; Iron and Brass G,Mtlngs of all descriptions; Boll Turning, Screw Cutting, and all other work conuooU.il with the above business. . , '" , ' f Drawings and specifications for all wo^k. ^ ena a...

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Id=256 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

SPRING ARRANGEMENT—PENN SYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.—Ruiate*: U direct connection with, the E pittsburbb, fort wayne asb chica60 saileoad For Kncmnatl, St, LooljIowa, City, Louisville. NewOrieana , St Pmn^ Indianapojis , . , ClevelaidT^ KswsjT? Terre HauteChicagoKehraaka . In adnnoe of all otherrootes ont of Philadelphia. Fermif close ceaiatcriw teili. ejl tiu ' Snat Waten Railroads, ¦ - , / * . , ., * .-THBOUflH IBAISS - •• " . " Le«vePhns4aaphia,farPittainrgh an4west»ni cjtiM, from the Pennsylvania Railroad Pamnjr-r Station, south-east earner of ELEVENTH sad MARKET streets ' (entrance on Berentk street.) as follows: Mail Train at I—.A.M. Fast Line,,..., xt 12*6P. M. -BxprtM Mail......,..........,, alllOO ,H%*t, '' Cofnmtds, B. B. Line leaves for Harrisluf at tSt, P. M., Lancaster )Aetemmodatlon,) at 4.S0, P. M. The SxpreaeMaa rm» daily, tho other trains, Sundaytexe»jted. . T^ > For further particulars, a»e hasd-biDiat the diftrent starUng-pofnts. Paaengers from the West wil...

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Id=238 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

rjREAT WESTERN INSURANCE AND t?V» JSFISSSa PUH-ADKLPHIA, No. 831 (late 107) £$.T U J600 OM f ¦ Oblrter J"P^ Authorised *I™ 1 . Ij'sDiANOa_oa metcnandise generally, nonsehold funilturo, en storen , duellings, 4c " Limited MAKINK IN8UBAN01!—On «MSMs muhta and vessels, to all parts ofthe world, 8l w«at " ' »na INLAND INSUBANCE-On goods by rivers canals lakea, and land carriage, to all parts of tie country ™ DIBaOTOltS. Charles 0. Lathrop, 1423WaInut Street Alexander Whllldin , 14 North Trout Street. Henry D. Moore , Farquhar BlrlIdlugl, / BTalnut St. John 0. Hunter, nriu o( Wright, Hunter * Co. g. Tracy, a™ of Tracy & Baker. Thos. L. Olllesple, firm of Oilleaple & Zeller. Still well 8. BUhop firm of Bishop, Simons * Co. William DarllSg , (late of Reading.) Isaac HaileliuratAttorney and Counsellor. J. R. McOurdy, firm of Jones White & McOurdy. John Rice90 South Fourth Street. ' Jas.B. SmithfirluofJamesB 8mltb & Co Theo. W. BakerGoldsmiths' Hall E. Harpe...

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Id=241 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

ARCTIC FIBE INSURANCE COMPANY, NSW YORE.—Office, No 29 Wall street, adjoining <-e Mechanics' Bank—Cash Capitol, $260,000, with a surplus. ThlB Company Insure Buildings^ Merchandize, Furniture, Vessels in port and their CargoeB, and other property, against Loss or Damage by Fire and the Bisks of Inland Navigation. DIRECTORS. Henry Orlnnell, Joshua L. Pope, Caleb Barstow, Bufus B. Craves, Henry O. Brewer, Henry Davis, Edmund Penfold, O. H.LUtenthal, Hanson K. Corning, Theo. Polbemus, jr. Olden Heggerty, Elisha E. Honran. Thomas Mouagon, Abm, It, Tan Nest, John II. Eirle, William A. Cary, Albert WardThomas 8.'Nelson, Charles Boston , James W. Phillips, Louis LorntCharles A. Maoy, Samuel G. (Hidden, Edward Hincken, Steph* Cambreleug, Wm. E. Shepud, Thomas Scott ,' Charles L. Frost, John Ward, Lothrbp L. Sturget, Henry K.Bogert, Wtlllam B. Fosdlck, Peter Edpji, ' ' Emery Thayer, Benjamin H. Field, Oeo. Westfeldt, A. B. Frothlngham, Zalnicn Taylor Thos. F. Youngs, ' Henry E. Blos...

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Id=228 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

RIOHARD NORRIS & SON, LOCOMOTIVE ¦ ¦ ¦p ¦ : . STEAM EN8DJE BUILDERS, i 8ETKH«ENTH 8TBEET, HAVILTOH, 1/imVlEW AKO SPBIJIO OABDEN 8TBBETS, ' ' PHILADELPHIA. Engaged exclusively In the manufacture of ' LOCOMOTIVE STEAH ENGINES. Manufacture to order Locomotives of any arrangement, weight or capacity, for .the use of Wood er Cole, or BilumtnovM Coal in its etude ilatt, or ' ANTHRACITE OOAL, WITHOUT 1UI1T1ISO 8X0KE, OAS OR via*. In design, material and workmanshipthe Locomotives produced at these Works are equal toand not elcelledby any. The materials used in construction are made On the spot, and iuauro the Mat quality and most reliable'stoclc. ' The large extent of Shopaand Compute Equipment of Machinery and Tools , enable them to execute the ¦ ' • BEST OF WORK WITH QBEAT DESPATCH, OP ART AHSAKOEMZHf BfeQUIRBB.' CHILLED CAB WHEELS, HAMMERED AXLES , With Forginga of any size or form, JBOF AND BRASS CASTINGS, ¦ AndMAOHINE WOBK generally, BIOBARD NOIUUS. BKHBT LATI11EB HOBKIfT. ....

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Id=240 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COSt-PANY.^-The'PENN MUTUAL LIFE IN8UKASCE COMPANY, Southeast Cprner ^if THIRD .and BOOK Streets. Capital, $612,726 03. ¦ . *—' ' INSURES LIVES for short' terms, or for the whole term of life—grant* annuities.and^ndowments—purchases lire on interests in Rtat Estate, and makes all contracts dependingotith,e contingencies of, Life. - They act us ileoutors. Administrators, Assignees, Trustees and Guardians. MONEY RECEIVED ON DEPOSIT In tmf amonnt-Flve Per Cent. Interest allowed from date of deposit, payable back on demand without notice. /ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, January 1st, 1867: Loans of thi) State of Pennsylvania, Phlla. delphla City, Pehn'a Railroad , Camden ' and Amboy Railroad, and other Loans. .....{17O88S 38 Bonds, Mortgages and Real Estate.. 117 ,137 19 Stock* In Banks, Insurance, Sea and Railroad Companies - ....' 81,720 88 Premium Notes and Loans on Collaterals 193, ( 92 01 Cash In Bank, due from Agents, Intereat, &c' . 88,780 47 Guarantee C...

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Id=233 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

ijootgjantrmotB. N "~~ oTiS, "* sout5eas ' t boRNEir~ o? MARKET and FIFTH Streets, aentleraen'b Beat Patent Leather Oalter. Boots. " " Cult do. do. " " Patent Leather Oxford Ties. " " Calf do. do. " << Patent Leather and Calf narrow strau Shoes. Beys' and Youths' Patent Leather and Calf Skin ttaiter Boots and Shoes. anl-tf For sale by OEO. W. TAYLOR. TC*ALL STOCK QF BOOTS AND SHOES. X* —JQSKPH H. THOMPSON ft CO., No. 814 MAKKET Street, and Nos. 3 and 5 FRANKLIN PJAOE, haveiiowin storo a' large and well-assorted stock of BOOTS and SHOES, of City tnd Eastern mtnnfaQture , whtoh they offer for sale on the beat terms for Cash, or on tie usual credit. Bayers are invited to call and examine their stock. •hi .Mr ' i ,.

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Id=221 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

¦PHILADELPHIA TTPE FOUNDRY—MT N. W- Cor. THIBD and CHESifUT BU. t. PBLOOSK k SON,, thankful for (he liberal patronage heretofore' accorded 'to their Establishment, and desirous to merit 1U continuance, would announce to Printers' and Publishers that their new SPECIMEN BOOS la now ready, knit from their Increased facilities, are now prepared to furnish evoty ,thlng.»t«ouary In a complete Printing Establishment, at fl» a>ort«st no. tice. Their long practical experience «> the business, andthauwtof.tholr tjonfacjil tiinsrlateadence of the manufacturing department, Justifies them In asserting that they can fursish » store dstable and better nsishediirtlole than theirtoUmporarlei. ' Those-therefore,.wjio.desim Printing Materials, would do well to apply to them previous to purchasing elsewhere. : Old type taken at 0 cents par pound, to (Ixcningo for riow atspeqlmen prides.. . , , ,yi ' aul-tf VliHE'ADAMS EXPHfeSS OOt. OFFICE.

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Id=237 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

rpHE QUAKER CI|Y: IS* UOifcOJ3 * .WMPANY. Offlce^o. 40S j]at« ^-rTAXSVi: St. PapltaiandSurplna,t?60,000. ' ' " " ¦ This Company continues to' make Injnraaee against loss or damsgo by Fire and the Perils oFtho Sea, Inland Navigation and Transportation, at current rates. ¦ . . , - OTFIOEBS. ' . Proaldont^OEO.H. ' HART ' ' Vice President—B. P.'ROSS. Secretary and Treasurer—H. ft. COQOSHALL Assjstsvat Beoret4ry~8. H. BUILEB. DliEOTOBS. Oeorgo H. r ,, ¦ E. W. Bailey, B. P. Ross' - ' Charles O. finlay, A.C.Oottell. • ,: Wm. D. Lewis, Jr., Joseph Edwards, - . J, L, Pomeroy, John (I. Dale, ' , Andrew B, Chambers, Hon. Uonry M. Fuller, . H. B. Ooggahall, ¦ Fosters. Pt'rklns, ,. . Samuel Jones, M. D., Jonuu. Ohambers, A. F, Oheesbrough. au8-ly . ,

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Id=239 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE INSCRAN0E COMPANY, Incorporated by the State of Pennsylvania In 1349, are sow established In their NEW OFFICENo433 CHESTNUT Street, where they are prepared to make ALL- KINDS OF INSURANCE, from LOSS BY FIRS;' on property or every description, In Town or Country,' including 'PUBLIC BUILDINGS, DWELLINGS ' STOBES, WAREHOUSES, FACTORIES and MANUFAOTOBIES, WOSKKHOPS, TEB3EL8, It. Also, MEBCHArTDIZE or all kinds; STOCKS OF GOODS, Stocks of COUNTBY STOBES, Coeds on STORAGE or in BOND, STOCKS and TOOLS or ARTIFIOBRS and MEOUANIUS: FURNITUREJEWBLIiY, JflXTDRES, 4c, 4c, 4c, 4c, at moderate ratea of premiumand for any period of time. Thia Company refer to .their past career as an ample fuarjjjke for the PBOMPT SETTLEMENT of all their LOSSES. There are ' at ' this tune no unsettled claims against .them. BOBERT P. KINOPres't. , ¦ " ¦ ¦ ¦M.W.BALDWJN, Vice Pres't. , Fkarois Buoxiinn, sec'y. aul.3m

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Id=242 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 14 August 1857

MANUFACTURER8MNSUBANCE COMPANY.—Charter Perpetual. Granted by the State of Pennsylvania. Capital, 1500,000. Fire, Murlne , and Inland Transportation. DIKKOTOBS. Aaron 8. Llpplnoott, Charles Wise, Win. A.RhPdcs,' Alfred Weeka, Charles J. Field, James P. Smyth, Wm. B. Thomas, " J. Blntldo Sank, Wra. Neal,'' JohnP.Slmans, AABON 8. LimtiCOTI, Sresldtnt. WM. A. BH0DE8, Vice President. ALFBED WEEKS, Secretary. . . J. W. MABTI1SN, Surveyor. , , , i ' This Company was organised with a essh capitaland the Directors have determined to adapt the business to its available resources—to obaorvc prndence in conducting its aOalrswith a prompt adjustment of losses. 1 Office No. 10 Merchants' Exchange, Philadelphia, aul-dlv

Publication Title: Philadelphia Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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