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Id=278 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

CA MDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD. —CHANGE OF H0UB3. On and after Monday, August 17th, and until further notice, trains for Atlantic City will leue Vine street wharf dally, (Sundays excepbd.) First down passenger train will leare Vine street wharf at 7-30 A. M. ^^ 8<?coad down aumgn train will leaTe Vine itrwt wharf at 4 P.M. Freight trains, with passenger car attacked, £-36 A.' Returning, wnilesieAUealic, City as follows i ' First panenger traiaat....... &-30 A. H. Second do -• 4.50P.M. rreight train. • U2J0P.lt-IPASSENOSBa MB HADBONJIKB ' Will l.sTe Tine itreee wharf at 10-« a. ll.,«ai'MJ p., TVUlleSTeS»dd«n«eld»f7J0A.M.,«nd * F.J|. . ! Freight oast be.deltresed at.Coofert gWsTbr« o'olock, P. H-, te insare it. gotass 4«ni» sw^^. * toda. - VT" TlMOsnpurwin not be ttntsaBU* tim icoda until rectireitand neelitedforty thefr trel2atarail ani-lm* a.i&Atiafy-fimtZj^ IffANI lTJ SOBZdStmiwL Xi* '

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Id=262 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

MANUFACTURERS' INSURANCE COMPANY.—Charter Perpotual. Granted by the State of Pennsylvania. Capital, $500,000. Fire, Marine, and Inland Transportation. D1BR0TORS. Aaron S. Llppincott, Charles Wise, Win. A. Rhodes, Alfred Weeks, Charles J. Field, James P. Smyth, Tym. B. Thomas, < J. RinaldoSaok, Wm. Neal, John P. Simons AARON S. LIPPINCOTT, President. WM. A. RHODES, Vice President. ALFRED WEEKS, Secretary. J. W. MARTIEN, Surveyor. This Company wau organized with a cash capitaland the Directors have determined to adapt the business to its available resources—to observe prudeuce in conducting its affairnwith a prompt adjustment uf lossef, . Office No. 10 Merchants 1 £xchauge, Philadelphia, aul-dlv

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Id=229 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

[SfrattoPrea.) HOW MAJ. WILLIAMS BECAME A CONDUCTOR. 'v

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

I For Tho Press. JOTTINGS OF TRAVEL. sr j. w. HUGH MILLErToP CROMARTY. - The recent sad death of this distinguished Scotchman, anothervicUm to ano'erwroughtbrain, recalls to my memory the living man, as I savr him one bright summer morning, more than a year ago, in Kdinburgh. Ho was standing in front of Scott's monument, lost in contemplation over the genius of one who fell, as tho poor man wab also soon to fall, a martyr to intellectual toil. Jfo sooner was he pointed out to n,o as H-uth Miller tban. my eyes were rlvoted upon him, as my mind bad been some mfltiths before upon that most remarkable book oi his, "Tho VeatigOBof Creation. 11 . Ho atood Ihero before me * a mauive, rough-hewn, and broadchested man, who looked as if roally, to use his own words, "he could lift breast high the liaing stone of the Dropping Cave of Cromarty." ¦ There he lingered in front of that beautiful monument. The hurrying crowd went by, and all the stirring toil of a busy street vr&a around h...

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Id= 21 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

WEDNESDAT. AUGUST 19. 1867 THO9IAS DICK AMD EUGENE SUE. The same mail from Enrope wliicli brought intelligence of the death of Euokne Sue also bore tidings of the demise of Dr. Thomas Dkjk , author of « The Christian Philosopher," and many other works written in vindication of the sacred and sublime truths of Kevelation—works which, particularly in Scotland, have been circulated moat extensively, consoling, teaching, ami elevating tho minds of millions. He ran his earthly course in pain and poverty. Ho did riot sit at rich men's tables. Hewaanot clothed in purple and fine linen. He had scanty, simple fare, and knew no luxury, save the luxury of doing his duty. In the fullest and most beneficent manner he was a Teacher of the People ; devoted to scientific studies, and had the art—so rare and so valuable—of writing on these difficult and abstruse subjects so plainly, that even the peasantry of bis native land could understand him. Nor was his character unknown, unappreciated, o...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

©frojite^Wtjiiii ' jnlJhilBbifliiliJa ¦: 'For IM benefit or stnmnra sad others who may ae-»ir« to visit .say of oar pulillo institutions, wo publish .tooanBeiedltut " • t,. . " > .:•;.',;- ¦ '•¦^'.¦rratidpi.AOSB'ar'juinssUBsi. Acad«my, of ,Miwlc, (Operatic,) eorrier' of Broad and ;i *Awa " Street THeatre, ' Arch, al»T8 et'li «tr?etl ;:l' arttosoa'»OaroeliOhcutnnti tibovf ' Tenth. ' National Theatre w& Olrcuj, Walnulabove Bigbtli. Sandford's Opera Hooie(Etfclopian.) Eleventh, Below Marlnt ¦ ¦ '¦ - ! ¦ ¦ ' ¦ l : .•-.;-7b>- .,.' :-v* Walnut Street :TueatM,riortliei>et comet Ninth and Walpiit/ -. ' . ' , . ' ,'.. ~ ¦ r - ! : ffhoraennsTBrieties , Fifth nnd Obestnut. " 0 Thomas's Opera House, Arch, below 8oveath.-. _ ¦ , ..-,; ,.'e* . AVtS.JkTSD 8OIS«P«8..-^ , - .. «Academj> orNatur.il,Scienses,corner or,Broad and ueirgo itreeto]' ., ' .'. ¦ - -•' --;.•-- '" .,, Aead«niy,ot yiag Arts'ChcnWntahov ' o Tenth. ".'AHlstai Fund HallJohestnut, above T...

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Id= 31 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

GENERAL NEWS The Shakers of Berkshire county, Mass., have recently erected a circular barn of two storips, one hundred feet in diametercontaining stalls for bo veil ty head of cattle, and two large calf stables. The stalls are ranged in a circle next the outer wall, with the heads of tho cattle inward. Within this circle is a broad alley, and within that tha great "bay" for stowing hay and straw. Over the stalls is tbo threshing floor, upon which a dozen loads of hay may be hauled at once, and unloaded into the " bay.' r A painful accident occurred on Saturday to Wm. A. Mickle, Esq.a farmer, residing at Mill Valley, about two miles west of Middlebargh, Sohoh&rie county. He got up a "bee," for the purpose of bark-peeling, and late in the afternoon, while enraged striiroimr a tree whioh had just been out down, he vms struck on tbe breast by the limb of another tree, ««hich fell unexpectedly near whore he was at work. Mr. M. was immediately carried to his residence and ...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

(*_ CORRESPONDENCE (¦ FKO1VI LONG BEACH* ^Correspondence of Th« Prenn.] \\ Long Beacu, August }5,1857. ^'Sojourning hero for a few days on an island bui*- :,roundcd by the waters of tho Tucker km Bay and L,$ho Atlantic?, and enjoying in perfection tho frcah ['breezes from tAe sea, while toy ear is constantly prinking in the sweet music with which the roar of f tbe ocenn is so richly freighted, and having u few Jeisuro momenta, I havo thought, perchance, a letter %3 to the locality of the place, its amusement*, ota., -niight' not prove uninteresting to your legion of " readers. The point from which I write ift about tOqul-distant between Atlantic City and Bomegat, and is accessible from the former by steamboat, r*hsch mnkea dnily excursions for the benefit of 'vieUore at this old and favorite place of report nnd ,|f#J7eatiou. Tho hotel, which is large and conuno-.Uioua, and oapablo of accommodating two hundred :ahd t,wentv-fivo visitors, is under tho BUDomaion | M Mr. 0, P. S...

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Id= 2 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

EMANCIPATION IN Till: FRONTIER ' STATES OF THE SOUTH. A writer in the Southern (Ky.) JEgis, whose views are ably supported by the editor of the Lexington (Ky.) Statesman , argues calmly yet forcibly against the attempt to make Kentucky a free State. It may interest somo of our readers to sec his theory: But even if the admission could be made that the institution of domestic servitude has been the prolific source of innumerable evils to Kentucky, what is th . e remedy which the wisdom of these reformers has enabled them to discover ? With a sagacity which is truly amazing, they propose to raise a sufficient sum to purchase all tho Blaves in the State from their owners, and then emancipate them. There are now over 210,000 slaves in Kentucky, who are employed in the cultivation of the soil, and the rational supposition is that the produce of their labor adds to tho material prosperity of the Commonwealth. Now liberate them and seo the result. So you make white men of them by allow...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

^ ^^fjj^aotiler'e fflSuibe. Pinna. Ceittni,S,i ^r-DepqtEleventh tad Market. I» A ^ 1 £ 1 '3VI I TO >T ? rPl * tm ' 1 K1» %vA tt» West. PoSy-JHW S?!' or Pittsburgh and the Wost. 2.80P.M.,for HBirlaburgand Oojumhls • 4:30 P.M.I, AccommodationTrain for Lancaster. « VMii atpreodtall for Pittsburgh and th'9 West. ,. . Riaimg Railroad—DepotBroad and Tine. 7X0 A.M., Express Train fop ^PottorUl», wilUamsnort, - Blmira ana Klagsra Falls. . 8.30 P.' IT; , is above (Night&preBS Iraii.) , - "".?• ¦ ?• -.'. Ifeip JorhLtiut. - ... 1 A'. H. ~ , fronvKensingtOnvia 1 jersey City. ' 6 A* U:, from Camde ' u, Accomuiod&tion Train 7 A. M., fromOmdenvia Jersey City, Mail, J1A :i*' ft00 ' WaJnut street wharf , via Jersey city. ;2P.M f v,l» .Oau)den»ndAtnboy,ixpresa. ¦ . BP.M.iylaCnuidenjAccomiimdatJonTrain. . CP H., vkOamden »nd Jersey City, Mail> '6 P. M., VMLQ&niden aod ' AmbbyAcconunodation. .. -> .•»,.«< Cmmiiittgtints.. " ' 0 As U:; from W*lnut st...

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

EWB irraBPOpI^SATTOrMiTfiStli JJ: JIAngwt^flliJ «hrp I'HILADBLPHIA, Oapt. 0t»i. »..5»%%ffl»llto*W>T 0.' -- ;- . '-;¦ ¦¦ ' ¦¦ ¦ ' ,'• ; ¦ ' OaHatMmJfe^i.i^-ii:; 1 /..!.'.;.;';..': .•J!'.'.iv ' ii.-. i ,|80 ¦' feeond CaWn...,..,.....„..,.,,,.... '......SO Second Oatta . ana Btwrago Pusssrijcre farnlBbed ;*lth prorl«l<raj, accordlnj to iff* Anwriean 1 ^aitmletr Aot. : «1;A-; ;~T;. ",-i»?1Ta8«: < ,M0Hi!U«0if't;00:". - jp^ pfKpS^TO^rSPPwS1 ' OHKMKWf Stweto^'^iif|iMl^plji»;, ' afifo' MianBfccttttei 1 cffBftOWtf'0 £S8£NOfi OP-JAMAICA 1 QINGKR,, wh.cb"J#Mcotni«clfttut-pre5ii*ii>&d. br, the MMtcml ,¥&• ctab^ftii* ^. fc«^ttiw» S6»nd»rf FAJfiltt KKDI ' <JI^ja»itftedJl|»t^^- s ,.y v-^^'i" -'!¦:.-•-; T^s ,Jrac&e0fu ^inreps^tjoft p| mta«a«l ^ e^c^lleaeo f ii^jiM^m^tpvpm^-j^nfin^ff ' 9OA)Diatttyj0r, ttAreUCr Bhatil4/|je:#ith6Qt HCVjtai ^Istatjoa of .ihfl; Jewels * in, ontiMiftj nd p»rtlctU^rl/iti' ecafii^kne^It '¦ti »n active aa&lt...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

Important Intelligence from China* Seizure of the Island of Formosa by the United States Naval Force—Indemnity for Aviericun Citizens, A;c, t [Correspondence of the New York Daily Times.) Usiied States Flag Ship Sax Jacdito, 1 Hoxo Ko.\a, Saturday, Jane 9,1S57. j I stated in my letter of May 25, that there was a project on foot for the seisurp of the rich island of Formoro. By a letter received yesterday by an official, to which as yet very littlo publioitv has been given, I learn the following additional facts. They are perfectly reliable-Some three months since Capt. J. D. Sitnsis, o! the United States Marine Corps—attached to tha San Jaointo— was mysteriously missinggona nobody but our executive knew where. It -was understood after a few weeks that he had been detailed for duty; where, and for what kindwas known only to the eleot. It 13 nrvr ascertained that his itistructions were to proceed to Formosa and in the city of Fungshon hoist the American tias and take formal possessi...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

THE WEEKLY PRESS The Cheapest and Best Weekly Newspaper <» tlw Country. ' - Great Inducements to Clubs• On the 15thof August theftnitnumborof Thb WbbIivt Psiaa will be Issued from the City of Philadelphia. It will bo ' published every Saturday. This Wbiklt Pkibs will be conducted upon National principles; ' and will uphold the rights oftho States. It will resist fanaticism In every shape; and will-be devoted to ' conservative doctrines, as the true foundation of publio prosperity and social order. Soch a weekly journal has long been desired In the United States, and It Is to gratify this want that Thh WlEttv Piiss will be published. ' Thb WBKCI.V Pkhss will be printed on excellent white paper, clear, new type, and in quarto form, for binding, , ; It will contain the news of the day j Correspondence from the old World and the New; Domestic Intelligence ; KeportB of tho various Markets; Literary Boviews; Miscellaneous Selections; the progress of Agriculture in all its v...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

PROM DANVILLK [Correapondeuce of Tbo Press.] Danville, Aug. 17; 1857. Tho Democratic Convention of Montour county met at the Court House, in Danville, on Monday, August 17th; and on motion, lion. Joseph Doan waa cRosen President, nnd J. W. Sheriff nnd James MoKoo, Secretaries. Tim following nominations wore made: Congress—Paul Leidy, Esq., of Danville; Prothonotaty—tioorgo I). Butler, of Danville; Commissioner—Wiu. MoNinch, of Coopor township; Auflito*—David Itluo of Valley township The following persons wore ehoson conferees; Congressional conferees, to meet similar, composing tho district of Montour, Columbia, Luzurno, and Wyoming—Samuel ilaminor, and John Dean, Jr. Senatorial conferees, composing tho district of Columbia, Montour, Northumberland, and Snyder counties—Edward Morrison and Ooorgo BiUmyer. Iteprcsentativo conferees, composing the district of Montour, Columbia, Sullivan, and Wyoming countios—GuteliusSnydor, £sq., and J. Reese Philips. Tlie above is & corr...

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

Later from Texas. The New Orleans papers have received Galveston dates to the 9th. Colonel Lockridge and Colonel Watersof NieaT&gija, wero in Gn.veston on tho 8th. Tho former was on his way to tho western part of the Stateand the latteron bis way to visit his relations in Houston. The Galveston News, in noticing tho report that Colonel A. S.Johnson, oftho Second U. S. Cavalry, (who passed through New Orleans a few duys ago on his way to Washington,) is to have the command of tho expedition to Utah > remarks ; , * 'I We learu from different sources per, last mail, that a soparate military department is created for tho operations of his command, p lacing it on what may be called a war footing, giving great discretionary power to tbo judgment and military ability of the commander. We view the Colonel as eminently qualified, from his high character as a military man, and as a citizento meet the wants and exigencies of the public interest in that region of our country." ...

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Id= 3 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

^JlU^'Nett York" ana Iiarrd*&teamBhlp OomlMUjjr.-^nia United ut»tes Mall gtesmships. ABAGO , 2,660 tons, DaTld litaej, ; torataander^ anil FDWON2,600 ions, JiniM; A, Wottoo; wmmmidtr, w)U leave MeV-Tfork, TOvrjia^ SauHumptgoVfot tt« yeartlM7 aid '58, on M'jWljjil^%'#!: ..Si,.-i>^:-Jii ¦ " .-f.,^.-<' • '- '¦ ' i^i«*>^ ^^ ! : ^:,;ff ¦;¦ ¦ ¦ :-vwjfctf, ft!*ii" ';:jOct:--i? Arwa*' ¦ '-- «>: v- ;jjafch8 •AW.j&do..- •jKoTifK JnKoo;- : do. Aptfl'8 tnltSa, > ..4o.: J »M. ISArago, . <!o. : May." 1 i - ,*| Ciia;>«'ic>.' S?i - : ' t? fp'raa ,., _ • do-k ,(.His » " '¦; f ' '^'iMtB^ilSjr;.^ ' '• " .Tiai™ ' soiiT^iiiPTOK.. \ -Anio, luotdtr, Atij.'i»-- Atko, Wedne»it)r, Aug.20 ^n]tan > ' - 1 do. ^ Sopt; 32 ^ J?bltdtf?^% '4°*' J' :S9pt. ' 23 As»io, i. do. ¦ , Out. 28 Artwftj- '' -'iKV' .OcfeM •fuf<fllf*>, do.;"- Nov. IT . FoltoDy 'do/ " ' : N6* : -\1E ^fe^wkr "* 0 ' W : A ?* E0 > $8. Deo; ^ Fulim, ...

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

THE COURTS QiT.vnTER Sessions —Judge Conr/iu.—Commonwealth vs. Joseph Hess. This was an action for imault an* ixUtorjr by tho defendant, -who is the furcuiftn of n clothing stoto oa Market streeton Wurren Diekerson, a tailor working for the storo According to the testimony, the prosecutor brought some olothos to tho store which ho hail finished and waited for soino time to bo paid. The defendant said, iiI w\U not pass your work, nor will I pay you for it." Tho prosecutor, who is an infirm man, asked him for somo uionoy. when the defendant caught him by the throat, throw him down, and hurt him severely, taking tlio coats from him. Tho wholo amount demanded by tho prosecutor was only two dollars. Tho defendant upon being sued for tho assault and battery, brought notions for larceny and assault and battery against tho nrosecutnr. which bills were ignored. Verdiot. guilty. Sentence deforrod. J. i\ Loughead, Esq., for the Commonwealth. Sentences.— Willi«m Ramsey, convicted of tho...

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Id= 37 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

WASHINGTON MATTERS. . Si ¦ SpBTin-a tK Kassas.—The CouunlmJooeVof tlio (lOneral Land Office has received from thfrsurveysrgeneral of Kansas and Nebraska plats «C tiis . retracement of a part of tbe southern boundary af tho Shiiwr.ee Indian lands from'the point on .that lino two .miles east of tha southwest corner of' 1ke Shawneo reservation westward to tho northwest corner of tho Sao and Fox lands, siSaatcd in .town ship fifteen south, range thirteen east, of the' dith principal meridian inKansas. * ¦ Also, plats of the re-survey of the southern boundary of the Vottawatomie lands, and the survey of the northern boundary of tho ' Shawnee cession lands in Kansas, beginning from-the .^ontheastera comer of the Pottawatoniie reservation, and running westward to the northwestern corner of the Shawnee lands on the Smoky Hill Fork; making about sixty miles.. . . . 1,. . SimvEY of Public Lasds is Obegos Txbbitob v.—Returns of a diagram of rarveys of the pub lio lands in Oregon Territory ha...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

rfiHSi*SJB^TOi?K -A^D JWVER^OOIi X OTfllBD MATJ5S MAIL STEAMSRS.iThS Blips WBtPPtftMCt^V?Mnfflftt; "i^ ^ 'i1 <*' #}«>*•! --< '¦ "•* ¦ ' * 'ijTATiANWOrCasi.OlirerEMringe.-v ; ."' .,' ;*!» 8Ai;p0 c ' 0l*V5o»epl>CoiB»M!*. -- •-. ' , ' .- <•. '— H(»Ul)BIAMP,Oapt:jMiwBWeBfe . •-.: .•¦'';- ¦ ¦< > ' ThBlH ihlpilMTsteejiimiiti l)j; contract, txprwalr for OoTtmnfent sorrico; Cvcrj 1 euro hMT»on taken in tboir cdnitnii;tlon' ,8* alkiln tholreAglnoito ecsure ' Btrongth tM tpMSi aiiS UKir KcorofflodnUoua for' psajengere an miiKHUUea/ot^leganw inil Mmfdit.' t' "j -' '•' ¦ " Prio»jj( pa«a«e from Now York to Liverpool' in 6r«t efti»Jaj f^Wt -.18 oetond. do.^ $IS; drtotzaliWanioollo lfetr ' YorJtj 3Q abd SO goloeai, sfi_o bertbji 8$eiu6d jooleaB paid forr , y)ift»UPJ{>C, ttl«;.l!!i« l#|«, iaiproT^ i^tor-tlght * n,ii. ,.r**BdH«BD ' dates of¦ sISrtMfiaAM' 1 T. ' 'if MMiJiWT Toii.",' ,''• "'•¦'¦ijioK'iiTjiBrtioii;., "' g4tnraa>( ^ nnaao,...

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