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Id=287 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

TWEW YORK LINES.—THE CAMDEN 11 AND AUBOY BAUROAD AND PHELADB1PHIA AND TBENTON RAILROAD COMPANY'S LIKES. FROM PHILADELPHIA TO NBW YOBK , AMD WAY PLACES. Leava as follows, vis: Flu At 1 A. M., from Xenslngton Depot, via Jersey City, Mail.*. " . .J2 S At 6 A. M., via Camdaa and Jeoey City, New Jersey Accommodation S S AtO A.M., via Cunderi ind Amboy, Aeeommodatioa ..' . . t At 7 A. M., via Camden acd Jtnty City, Morning At 10 A " .'ii! , " br " steainbciV Trenton ' , 'Vu Taeony and Jersey City, Momlnc Express S At 2 P. M., rl» CimdTu and Amboy, C. and A. Express 3 At 5 P. M. via Ctmden and Jersey City, Evening At 3 P. M., via Camdra ' uJAniaoT . ' AeoomiuGdV. tlon,WCl»M t At S P. M., via Camden aad Amboy, Accommoda¬ tion, 2nd Class._ 1 At 0 P. ftf.., via Camden and Amboy. Accommodation , 1st Class: 8 At«P.M.,iuiCimdeuiod Amboy, Acconinsdation, 2nd Class 1 TheSP.M.line runs daily, all others gsndaysa eepted. Expresatiines stop at the principal sttSions only. .PorBerridere, Eastonf...

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Id=250 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

LOCAL FREIGHT N O T IO E-f T H E PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD , COMPANY are now prepared to receive and forward FEEIOHT between PhiladelphiaLancaster, and Columbia, at the following rates per hundred pounds; , BETWEEN PHILA. AND COLUMBIA. FintOlass. Second Chua. IhlrdOlass. Fourth Class. 2J cto. 18 eta. 16cts.. Ucts. Flour18 cts. per barrel. PIgmeta], 10 cts.. per 100 pounds. BETWEEN PHILA. AND LANOASTKH. first Olus. Second Class, Third Class. Fourth Class. 20 eta. IT cts. 15ets. - UScts. ' Flour, 25 cts. per barrel'. ' PigMetal, Wets, per 100 poeiidn. AEII0LE3 OP FIRST CLASS. Books. Fresh Pish, ' Boots and Shoes, ' Nuts in Bags. Cedar and Wooden Ware, Porter and Ale In bottles, Dry Goods, Poultry in coops, ¦ Eggs, . . fork, (fresh,) Furniture, Poultry, (dressed,) , Feathers, Wrapping Paper. ' ARTICLES OF 2» GLASS. Apples, ' MolaMes, Cheese. Melons, oiover and Grass Seed, Oils In cssks or barrels, Crockery, Paper In boxes, Candles, , Pasteboard, Casks or Barrels, (empty,) Peaches, (dri...

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Id=286 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

Boilrouos PENNSYLVANIA BAJLBOAD.—THE ' OBBA7 CEBTBAI, BOUIEonuuetbv the Atlantic Cities with WesternNorth-internand Southwestern Statesby a continuous Bailway direct: Thl« BoaitalK) nmneeta at Pittsburgh with daily line of steamers to all points on the WwUra Rivera, and at Cleveland tod Sudwky with Steamtra to all porta on the North-western Lakes; making the most DIRECT, CHEAPEST and RELIABLE BOCTEby which freight "• bo forwarded to and from the GBEAT WEST. BURGH 3 BKrWiE!l PHILADKLMIA. ANT* PITTS FUST Cuss—Boots, Shoes, Hati, and Caps, BoobDry foods, (i3 ooxea 4 .. bain and tTOaV»)TJmgi^inboxM ? M* We.) leather.Jin, tc T5e. J«r 100 Ik 8I0OTO Class—Domestic gheetinf, Shirting ind Ticking, (in original bales), Drug* (in eaus), Hardware, leather, (In roils or boxes). Wool, ud She*pP«!taSMtni4, fce. 4o ...CO;, per MOlb Tffiao Gi^AS—Anvil*. Steel, Ch&bu, (in casks), Hemp, Bacon and Fork, Baited, (loose or in sack*), Tobacco rtacufactarnJ.rexMiJtCiliirsDrcut 4c, 4c Me., p...

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Id=264 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

HELMBOLD's GENUINE PREPARA-. TION, Extract Buchu , removes pM the symptons, among which will he found Indisposition-to exertion, I/Ofia of Powertow of Momory, Difficulty of Breathing, General Wefcknosa, Horror of DiseaseWeak Nerve*, Trembling, ' preadful Horror of Death, Night Sweats, Cold Feet, WakofulnessDimness of vision; Languor, Universal Lassitude of the Muscular Systom. often vnorinoufl Appetite or Dyspeptic Symptoms, Uot Hands. Flushings of the Body, DryneFH of the SkinPallia Countenance, Eruptioni ou tno Face, Pains in the Back, IleavineBtpf the Eye Lids, frequently Black Spots flying before thb £ycs, with temporary Suffusion, Loss of Sight. If these symptons are allowed to goon, *which this medicine invariably removes, soon follow Fatuity aud EpilopticFlta. HELMBOLD'B GENUINE PREPARATION , Extract Bucfcu, for alt Discuses of the BladderKidneys. Gravel, Dropsy,,Nervous and Debilitated Sufferers. IF YOU ARE 3UFFERING WITH ANY of tho above distressing ailmentsuse 1IKLMHOLD'...

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Id=263 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

iiumdneo ¦T\T LNE T E E N T H CENTURY!—THE It great remedy, of tkk nineteenth OENTUKY 18 THE JMPBKIAL DfiPUJUTIV.fi. This U now the great standard remedy for diseases of tho BloodStomach' and Liver, If you h&re a Cancerous or Scrofulous affection , at oa#> use the Imperial Depurativt, Tetter.—Aro you troubled with this obstinate and unpleasant disease? Use the Imperial Depvrative. Try but one bottle. lUve you White Swelling, Hip Disease, or Olandular Swellings? The Imperial Depvrative will effect a cure. Try it. for Pimples. Blotches and£ruptious of the Skin generally, you have a prompt and certain remedy in the Imperial Depurative. One bottle will satisfy you of itn efficacy. ' Use the Imperial Depuratxve t if you would hare a clear, healthful, and beautiful, complexion. 1 Use the Imperial Dtpurativt for a diseased state of tli« T^irtr or Ktomne.h. For females of & weak and debilitated habit and shattered nerrca, the Imperial Depurative ts just what i...

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Id=292 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

Ci AMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD ' -CHANGE OF H0UB3. . SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. On and after Monday, Jnly 8th, ud until furtb.i. notice, tains for Atlanfc City will leave Tin Mrtr.eS wharf dally, (Sundsys excepted.) ^^^"l-'s euser train willtaan Vine rtnrtwiarf *h ! arflti 1 p' M f * M ' I ** r * Mln **" '""yin ' atIMt M *r«ii>t trains, vitk. fusagw ct »ttKhed,5Ji A. Return!"*, vdll ten AUuiUc City as follows: FWtr«s«n«r train»t „... 8J0A.M. gecobd do 4MP M freight temin. . "" ..Ilil'iiaSp SPASSSNBSBa FOB HABDONimD ff IU lean Vine street wharf at 10-45 A. MTiod 5^5 p. Will ten HaddonSeid atT-M A. M., aad 2 P. M n-Sif'l'M ** *• deUlM«d «* Cooper's Point hy t J^ otort, P. M., to iniur. IU going down In the rnornLJ The Company will not be responsible for any twda . - l U-..>.-aa^ ifeai ?4;^^^

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Id=290 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA, GERMANTOWN AND NOBBISTOWN SAILROAD—SUMMER ABBANOEMBNTS. On and after May 5th, 1S57. FOB GERMANTOWN. Leave Philadelphia at 8, 7, 8,910-mln.. 10, lltf, A. H., and 1, 2, S-10 min., 4, 6, 6, ff 8,9, U)i, P. M. Leavt] Qermantown at 8,7, 7-J5,8,9-1U uin., 15X, 11HA. M., 1.23-10 mln., 4.5,«J ' 810>', P. M. The7-35o'clockA.M.tramfromOtrmintown , wll not stop at intermediate Stations. OH StUDlIS. Leave Philadelphia at S-30 A. M., S, 3,10,5-3o and Leave Germantown at 8-30,9-20 A.M., 1-30, 4 V, 8 W.and7P.M. CHESTNUT HILL RAILROAD. Leave Philadelphia at 6, 8, 9-10 min., 11* A. M., 2, 4,6,8,»,P.M. ' Leave Chestnut Hill at 7-15, 7^5,10-10. 11-10, rnin. A. M., 1-40,3-M, 6^0, 7-40,10-10 min., P. M. OX SMDiTS. Lean Philadelphia at 9-20 A. M., 8, i% and 8 P. M. Leave Chestnut ifill at 8 A. M., 1I-M, 4-10, and 640, On and after May 4th, 185T. FOB MANAYUNE, CONSHOHOCKEN. AND NOB BISTOWN. Lears Pkiladelphim at», 9, and 11, A. M., and S, 4v, <Uj,»ndll X ,P.^r Leave Norri...

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Id=288 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

CHANGE OF HOURS.—PHILADELPHIA, WILMIN0TO.S ANB- BALTIMORE BAILBOAD. - - . On and after Thursday, July Jd, KS7, PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE PHILADELPHIA ForBtlUmoreat8A.il.,1P.M., (Exprets ,) and 11 f or WSmlngton at 8 A. M., 1415 and 11V. H. IorNewCaatleatSA.M.,lind 4.1SP.M. for Htddletowi at» A\ M. and 4.15 P. II. for ©over at % A.M. and 446 P.M. ; ' Porgoafortata A.M. and 4.15 *. M. XBAINS FOB PHILADELPHIA Leave Baltimore at 8.M , ExpKK, 11 A. M, and fl J4 Lain Wibnlngton at« 60 . and U.56 A. M, and 13» LeateNewCuUeatejO and 11.0S_ A. M., amdS.05 Leave Miduletowa at 10.00 A. M. tad 1*6 P. M. LewcDovuratS.SOA.M. anil P.M. Leave Seaford at 7.00 A. M. and AjOO P-K-. TBA1N3 FOB BALT OJOBI . Lean Wilmington at SOS A. M., 31. M. and U.17 SUNDAYS only «t XL P. M. tsnt SWlaielphla to .Baltinuir*. -. ¦ --do. do. i.ii P.M. fron Balttnon to PhUidiilphia. - BALTIMORE AND HAVBX US GBAOE ACCOMMO ¦ - BATION TRAIN Leavae Han. deOraceat 6.60 A.M. Leaves Baltimora at 4.00 P. II. freight Train, with ...

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Id=291 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

NORT H PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD . FOB BETHLEHEMEASTON, ALLESTOWN HACCH CHUNK, WILEiSBABBE, DOYLESTOWW , THBOCGH TO BETHLEHEM WITHOUT CHANBB OF CABS. On and after Wednesday, Jnly 8th, 1657, the trains ob this Boad will leave u follows , daily, (Sundays ex cepted: For Bethlehem, EastonAllentown , Miuch Chunk, Wllkesbarre, 4c, via Ixhlih Valley Bailroad Moruinz Expressat 8 15 A.M. lor Bethlehem, BastonAllentown, M«nth Chunk, via Lehigh VaUey Biflrotd, Evening Express, at 1 IS Passengers for Easton by 315 P. M. train take sttgu at Iron H1U station. For Soylestown, (Accommodation) »t845 A. M. and For Gwyntdd, (Aecommodation) at 6 35 P. M. BETUBNINO. Leave Bethlehem at 9 IS A.M. and 145 P. M. with Passengers , via Lehigh Valley Bailroad,.from Easton , Allentown, Mauch Chunk, Wilkesb&rre, &c, txririnf iu Philadelphia at 1310M. and545 P.M. Leave Dorlestown, (Accommodation) at 6 45 A. M and 410 P.M. Leave Gwynedd, (Accommodation) at 6 50 A. M. ON 8UNDAY3. Leave Philadelphia ...

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Id=251 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

FPORTANT IMPROVEMENT—NKW GAB CONSUMING KIIRNACK CHILSON'S NEW CONE FURNACE, after having been put to the most severe test, during tho two ooLn viktrbs OF 1860 AHn 1867has proved to be the moBt powerful htater in the worldsaving from k to X the fuol orer any of the best furnaces now in uise. Thrsb Fcrnaoes are conntmcted ' with a cant iron ash pitand a broad, shallow pan-shaped flre potlined with fire-brick or iron stares. The fire pot Is surmounted with A SERIES OF CONES, or TAPERING RADIATORS, large and broad at their base, but tapering to small aportures at the top, and uniting with the auular chamber, through which the heat and smoke puss fo thu Hue. Tnis whole products of combustion In tho form of smoke and oases, are suHnended directly over the fire, OOSV1NBD or cc-mprbBBed into the tapering Cohss and cotfrugiJAi.LV exrossn to the direct action of the rays of heat and light from tho fire. This heat aud light is brought to a VOOUS In EACH Co3B, not unllko tho COLLECTION OF T...

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Id=246 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

The Largest Giant iu Ike World. The Jiwlsson. TKAtcr givos the following additional particulars of tho weight and dimensions of Miles Dnrden, who died in Tennessee, a fow days «inee: ; ¦ 11 Ho was twice married. His children aro vory large, but prubably none of them will ever be moro than half the weight of their father. He waa quite active and lively, and labored until about four years ago, whon ho beoamo so fleshy that he was compelled to stay at home, or be hauled about iu a two norse wagon. " In 1839. he made a contrast with a tailor to furnish him with a suit of olothes for $50—the cloth was to cost $5. Upon measurement, it took 12 yards of cloth—so the tailor lost $10 and the making. The tailor states that three men, each weighing over 200 poundsput tho coat on, buttoned, it around them, and' walked oorosa tbo square at Lexington. In 1850it took 13} yards of flax cloth, yard wide, to mako him aooat. It took 10 yards of cambric for a shroud; 21 yards of black volvet to cover ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

SAVING FUND—FIVE PER CENT. IN. TBREBTr-NATIONAL SAIETV TRUST COMPANV.—WALNUT STREET, SOUTH-WEST CORNER 01. THIRDPHILADELPHIA. ImOBFOaltBD Bt TBB SlATB Of PBNNaiLVANU. Money Is recelred in any sum, large or small , and Interest paid from the day of deposit to the day or with-The office Is open every day fron\9o'clock In tho morning till 7 o'clock in the evening, and on Monday and Thursday evenings till 9 o'clock, All sums, large or small, are paid back In gold on demand, without notice, to any amount. HON. 1IKNRY L. BBNNERPresident, ROBERT 8ELFBIDGE, Vice President. Wx. I. RBBD, Secretary. Dinioiois: Bon. Henry L. Benner, O. Landroth Blunns, Edward L. Garter , V. Carroll Brewster, Robert Sulfrldge, Joseph B. Barry, Samt. K. Aahton , Henry L. Ohurchman, James B, Smith, Francis Lee. This Company confines ts business entirely to the receiving of money on Interest. The investments, amounting to over ONE MILLION AND A HALF OF DOLLARS, are m&de in conformity with the provisions o...

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Id=265 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

" Boots ani Qljocs. N T. ^""southeast o6rne¥™op MABKET and HUH Streets. Gentlemen's Best Patent Leather Qalter Boots. " " Calf do. do. " " Patent Leather Oxford Ties. 11 ¦> Calf do. do. " " Patent Leather and Calf narrow strap Bhoes. Boys' and Youths' Patent Leather and Calf Skin Qalter Boota and Shoes. aul-tf for sale by OEO. W. TAYLOR. T^ALL STOCK OP BOOTS AND SHOES. X 1 —JOSEPH U. THOMPSON &OO , No.SH MARKET Street, and Nos. 3 and 6 FRANKLIN PLAOB, hav» now in store c, large and well-aiuorted stock of B00T8 and SHOES, of Olty and Eastern msnufaoture, which they offer ror sale on the best terms for Dash, or on the usual credit. . Buyers are Invited to call lad examint their stock. ¦ol-dtf ^_ sTtHARLES P. OALDWELL—Wholesale \J aud Retail WHIP aud DANE Manufacturer, No. 4 North WORTH Street:: , , . . aB4 BFLOORING BOARDS—23,680 feet Caro Una floorlog boards, aaoat, for sale by MARTIN * HAOALUTSB aul U» Worth Watei Stttlt.

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Id=289 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

SJFRIJNG ARRANGEMENTS-PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.—Bunning la direct connection with the - PITTSBUBGH, T0BT WAYHS AND CHICAGO RAILROAD. Tor Cincinnati, ..St. LouisIowa City, Louisville , .. New Orleans, St. Pauls, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Kansas Terr? Haute, ChicagoSebraiz:. In advance.of all other rentes out of Philadelphia. forming close connection trtiA all the Great West' im Railroads. ¦ THROUGH TRAINS ¦ Lnve Philadelphia, for Pittsburgh and western riHtJ, from the-Pennsylvania Ballroad Passenger Station, south-east corner of ELEVENTH and MABKET strut), (entrance an Eleventh street,) as follows: Mail Train at 7—, A M .fast Line at IS 55, P.M. Express Mall at 11 00, Night. Columbia B. B. LiM leavta for Harrbburg at i 50, P. M., Lancaster )Aecommodation,) at 4.S0, P. M. The Express Hall runs daily, the other trains, Sundays excepted. for further particulars see hud-Dills, at the different ttartlng-polntl. Pasaengen from tha WMt will tnd this the shortest and moat expedition! r...

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Id=261 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

F !NN STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER WORKS. REANEY, NBAFIE & CO.,j PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL ENGINEERS, . MACHINISTS, BOILER-MAKERS, BLACK-. ¦: , SMITHS AND FOUNDERS. I Having for muy years been in successful operation, and been exclusively engaged In building and repairing Marine and River Engines, high and low pressure, Iron Boats, Water TanksPropellers, &c, 4c. respectrully offer their services to tho public, as being fully prepared to contract for Engines of all sites, Marine, Riverand Stationary. < Having sets of patterns ' of different sixes, are prepared to execute, orders with quick despatch. Every description of Pattern-making . made! at the shortest notice. High andyL-ow Pressure, Flue, Tubular and Cylinder Boiiers t ot \h.e best Pennsylvania' charcoal iron. Forglngs. of all sjses and kinds: Iron and Brass Castings of all descriptions; Boll Turning, Screw Cuttingand all other work connected with the above bOBmesa. ' i Drawings and specifications for all w...

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Id=274 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

ARCTIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANYNEW YORK.—Office. No 29 Wall street, adjoining the Mechanics' Bank-Cash Capital, $460,000, with & surplus. This Company insure BuildingR, Merchandise, furniture, Vessels lu port and their Cargoes, and other property, against Loss or Damage by fire and the Bisks of Inland Navigation. DIRECTORS. Henry Grlnuell, Joshua L. Pope, Caleb Baratow, Bufoa R. Graves, Henry O. Brewer, Henry Davis, Edmund Penfold, C. II. Lllientbal, Hanson K. Corning, Theo. Polheoius, jr. Ogden Haggerty, KUshaE. Morgan, Thomas Monagan, Abm. B. Van Nest, John II. Earle, William A. Cary, Albert WardThomas 8. Nelson, Charles Easion, James W. Phillips, Louis LorutCharles A. Macy, Samuel O. Olidden, Edward Hiseken, gteph. Camoreleng, Wm. E. Shepud, Thomas Seott, Charles L. Prost, John Ward, Lothrop I*. Sturges, Henry K. Bogert, William R. Fosdick, Peter Edes, Emery Thayer, Benjamin H. field, Geo. Westfeldt, A. B. Vrothlngham, ' Zalmou Taylor Thos. 7. Youngs, Honry E. Blossom ' ....

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Id=271 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

CiRE B AT WE STERN INSURANCE AND WALNUT !?SEi!? Ull i I)KU>nu > No - M1 <""• 107 > 2plt2"wOWMI ¦ 01 «"«P"P«»™»- Authorised v* I ¥A N8 ^? AN0E - <)1 ' ""tlimdlse generally household furniture , on stores , dwellings, to Limited or perpetual. a ' MARINE INbTJBANOB-On cargoes , freights, and resBels, to all part* of the world. ' * ' INLAND IrfsURANOE~Od goods by rlTet>, can4i, lakes, and land carriage , to all parts of tke country. DIRZOTORS. Charles O. Lathrop, 1429 Walnut Street Alexander WhilldTn , 14 North front Street. Henry D. Moore, Parquhar BuildingsWalnnt St. John O. Hunter, Brm of Wright, Hunter & Co. E. Tracy, Orm of Tracy & Baker. Thos. L. Oillespie , firm of OHIejple 6 Zeller. . StUlwell 8. Bishop, firm of Bishop, Simons & Co. William Darling, (late of Beading.) Isaao HailehurstAttorney and Counsellor. J. R. McCurdy, firm of JonesWhite & McCurdy. John Bice00 South fourth Street. Jas. B. Smithfirm o...

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Id=260 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

RICHARD NORRIS & SON, LOCOMOTIVE BTEAM ENGUNE BUILBEKS, SEVEHTSBKTII STREET, HAMILTON, rAIRYIIW AMD 8PRINO GARDEN STBEETS, PHILADELPHIA. Engaged exclusively In the manufacture of , LOCOMOTIVE STEAM ENGINES. Mauufacture to order Locomotives of any arrangementwei g ht or capacity^ for the Una of Wood *r Coke, or Bitumtttout Coal in Us crude slatt, or ANTHRACITE COAL, WITHOUT KKITT11IO SM0KB, OAS OB IUS. In design, material and workmanship, the Locomotives produced at these Works are equal toan^ not excelled by any. The materials naedin construction are made on the spot, and Insure the best quality aud most reliable stock. The large extent of Shopsarid Comylilt Equipment of Machinery and Tools , enable them to execute the ', BEST OF WORK WITH GREAT DESPATCH, OP ANY AIUIAHOEHEKT REQUIRED. CHILLED OAR WHEELS, HAMMERED AXLES, With Forglugs of auy sise or form, > ; IB0N AND BRASS CASTINGS, ! And MACHINE WORK generally. ' BICJIARD NORRIS. SKIRT IATIHER NORRIS. aul-lr ;

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Id=273 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY.—The PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Southeast Corner of THIBS aud DOCK Streets. Capital, J612.726 03. INSURES LIVES for short terms, or for the whol« term of life—grants annuities and endowmenta-^pur< chases life on interests iu Baal Estate , and makes all contracts depending on the contingencies of Life. They act as Executors , Administrators , Assignees, Trustees and Guardians. MONEY RECEIVED ON DEPOSIT iu any amountfive Per Cent. Interest allowed from date of deposit, payable back on demand without notice. ASSETS Ot THE COMPANY, January 1st, 1857. Loans of the State of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia City, Penn'a Railroad, Camden and Aurtoy Railroad, and other Loans $179,886 38 Bonds, Mortgages and Real Estate 117 ,137 19 Storks in Banks, Insurance, Gas and Bailroad Companies...... 81 ,729 98 Premium Notes and Loans on Collaterals..-. 193,692 01 Cash In Bank, due from Agents, Intere«t, &e 38,780 47 Guarantee Capital, Subscription ...

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Id=252 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA. TYPE FOUNDRY—N. W, Cor. THIRD tad OHESNUTBts. L. FELOUZB A SONthankful Tor the liberal patronage heretofore accorded to their Eftsbllshment, and desirous to merit its continuance, would announce to Printers and Publishers that their new SPECIMEN BOOK is now ready, and from their Increased facilities, aro now prepared to furnish. eVer? thlntf veeessary in a complete Printing Establishment, at the shortest notice. Their long practical experience in the business, and the fact of their personal guperintendsnee of the manufacturing department,'Jtutifies them In asserting that they can furnish a tqore-durable and'better finiBhed article than their, cotemporarles. Those, therefore, who 'desire Printing! Materials, .would do well to apply to then prevlost to purchasing elsewhere. ' ¦ . o Old type taken at 8 cents p»f pound, In exchange for new at specimen prices. ' aul-tf rftHE ADAMS EXPRESS CO., OFFICE, J. ' 320 PHE3TNBI BTBBET. forwanla iPAROKLS, PACKAGES^ MERCHANDIZE , ...

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