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Id=196 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

EVANS & WATSON'S PHILADELPHIA MANUFACTURED SALAMANDER SA7E3, No. 28 South FOURTH Street, Philadelphia.—TRUTI IS MIGHTY, AND MUST PREVAIL! Report of the Committee appointed to Superintend the Burning of tht Iron Softs at Reading, Fabruart/ 37f/t, 1857 : ReadingMarch 4tb. The undersigned, members of the committeedo respectfully report, that we saw the two Safea originally agreed upon by Karrela & Herring and Evaqs & Watson, pY&cwi aide by Bide in a furnaCe, vli: the 8fe in use by the Paymaster of the Philadelphia and Bering Railroad Company, in his office at Reading, manufactured by barrels & Herring, and the Safe In tue by II. A. Lantc, in his storemanufactured by EvanB& Wateoo, awd put in books and papers precisely alike. The lire w&» started at 8k[ o'clockA. 31., and kept up until four cords of green hickory wood , two cords of dry oak and half chestnut-top wood were entirely consumedthe whole under the superintendence of th...

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Id=187 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

I*nle from Texas—Cotton Crop, ice. (Prom the N, O. Picayune July25th.) Tho steamship Opoloupas, Capt. A. Van Horn Ellis, arrived at Berwick's Bay yesterday morning, from Indianola, via Qalveston, bringing tho U. S. mail. By. this arrival we have Galvcston papers to the 23rd instant, and others from interior and coast Kiwis. The Qalvoston Civilian, in noticing the arrival of Dr. Boyall iu that oity, after wandering some 3,000 or 4,000 miles during tho lust six months, in the country west Of tho Brnzos, says: " Pr. Aakins, a largo planter on tho Colorado, has harvested 41 bushols of wheat per aero, by actual measurement. This is tho largest yield wo havo over heard of in Western Texas. "Ifrom a gentleman who resides in San Antonio, We learn that two negroos wero hung by the citi-«™ ^hero last week, lor tho rape of a white girl. The work of driving out the infamous characters i» nearly accomplished. " Hugh Yarborough offers a reward of $1000 in the Tyler Reporter for tho arrest and c...

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Id=219 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

TWEW YORK LINES THE CAM DEN 11 AKP AMBOY RAILROAD AND PHILADELPHIA ASD TRENTON HAILROA1) COJIPAJTY'S LIN2S. FROM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK, AND WAY PLACES. Leave aa follows, vix: Fakz Atl A. ».. from KensiortCD Depot, via Jersey City, Mill Its 2S At t A. M, via Careen and Jersey City, New Jert*y ActfoujsoodatioD... 2 3C At C A. M , via Caadra and-Amboy, Accoramodati*n 145 At > A. X , via Caiadeii and Jersey City, Moruiinr ji *ii ITrsoo At 10 A. K bv stnmboat Trentoa, via Tocony aad J^r^r City, Mominir Express 3 00 Atir.K ,vi»OaoBi«l and Amboy, C. and A. Ex. pr.a. 3 00 At i t. M via Csnia asd Jersey City, Eveninr Mail :...... !7I:S00 At 3 t. M t via Caiuden and AiaboT, Aeoosmnoda tioi>,l«CU» 2 09 At ? P. H . vi» Cuodea oc4 Amboy, ActeiBmodatioo,2a4ClaM 1 uO At ft P. M-via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation. UtCUa t 00 At 8 P. 51 . »i» Camden and A«W, Accommodation, 2a4 Clara 1 75 The 5P.M. line rani daily, all otaera Sandaya excepted. Exprefe* Line! stop at the principa...

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Id=214 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

SIX PENNY SAVINGS FUND, Corner of FIFTH and WALNUT Streets. Open dallyfrom 9 to 3, and on Tuesday and Friday Eveningsuntil 8 o'clock. Large or small sums received, and paid without notice, with FIVE PER CENT. INTEREST, by check or otherwise. JonN THOMSON, Pres't. TICK FftKSlDVSTS, THOS. T. TA8KER, EDWIN M. LEWIS. SECABTIRT 1HD TRE1B0UBR, WM. T. ELBERT. TRDSTKK3, Join B. AustinWin. C. Luilwig, John E. Addicks, D. C. Levy, S»louioe AlterCharles E. Lex, 31..W. Baldwin, A.MIskey, William Clark, Israel W. Morris, Jr., Kphraim ClarkJr., Wra Seal. Charles S Carstalri, Thos. Keju°»> ,, „ Robert Clark, Thomas S R'"i- »¦ u A.J. Drejel. James Ru"'' 1. SEV-KS: SiSSST 1 SKt 1 ' KS?. W S- . Lewis Luwis, Jr , Charles T. 1 erkei. *ii1.3m IVO. 83 <!M1) DOCK STREfcT. - FIVE IS PKR CENT STATE SAVINGS FUND. NO 83 (241) DOCK STREET.-FIVE PER CENT STATE SAVINGS FUND. NO 83 (24D DOCK STREET.-FIVE PKR CENT 8TATK SAVINGS FUND. IVO 83 (241) DOCK STREET FIVE ll PER CENT. STATE SAYINGS FUND, ...

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Id=218 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

Bailroais PENNSYLVANIA BAILE0AD- —THE . GREAT OKNTEAL SOOTS, coawttui*£»*£ Wle. Cltle« with 'WtaternKorth-wsatem««4 ***»• western SUtw. by a continuous Eiilfray direct. W» B fW also connect, at Pittrturgh with dally «»• « ¦•fatten to all points on the Westers BItoo, »»»l »* «, i 1 *? 1 **" SsadmJry with SteaaiOT*» lUBjrte litt }?«'".'"' h-wMtem Lake.) >aki»r the wjt J&KSCJr CHEAPEST andBEUABLB BOUTEby which Fleifit *5 JSiaTKl!iJ<> ">* '">¦» "•• OBBAt W«8t. ¦ BT?BQH ^ BTlr «* s PHItABiXPHIA AND PIW8-Fi«at Class-Boot, , t^^, ViU ,,,4 Canf, Books, Dr. Ooods /In bnts bllV. Md trunS.Drui' (S bS« . andhale«)Featl.«a^ tr 7ie. per 100 lfc-StcojD CLliS—Domestic k—tiV» ' Shirtil* and Ticku... ibfj^jl bales). Drunfincaska). nB»i^^r Leather, (in roll* or boxes), WcV and Sheep Ptlta, Eastwardfce A.V ^Oe oar 100Ih. TBIRI. CfcASS-Anvd s StwlVchto;; "^ (in eoaks). Hemp, Baton and 9oA Salted, (loose or in sacks), Tobacco, ma&ufoctured,(excep...

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Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Pains aud SDraias. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Wounds and Bruises. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The grcut Liniment, curcu Rheumatism. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho great Liniment, cures Neuralgia. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Linimeut, cures i'roated Limbs. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The Brent Liuiment, cures Swellings. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho great Linimeut, cures Chapped Hands. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Tooth Ache. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Soro Throat. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liuimept, cures Galla and Bruises. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The sreat Liniment, cures Burns and Scalds. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liuiment, cures Lumbago. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great LEtiinient, cures Croup BENNE TT'S EMBROCATION—Tho great Liniment, cures Cramps. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho great Liniment, cures Luiupt and Tumors. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The grrnt Liniment, is tho best Liuhne...

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Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

iWtbitines NINETEENTH CENTURY!—THE GREAT REMEDY OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY 18 THE IMPERIAL DEPURATIVE. This is now tho great standard remedy for diseases of the Bloody Stomach and Liver. If you have » Cancerous or Scrofulous affection, at once use the Imperial Depurative. 2>ffer.—Are yuu troubled with this obstinate and uapleasant disease? Use the Imperial Dtpurative, Try but one bottle. Have you White Swelling, Hip Diseaseor Glandular Swellings T The Impinat Vepurativc will effect a cure. Try It. For Pimples, Blotches and Eruptions of the Skin generally, you have a prompt and certain remedy ia the Impenal Depuralive. One bottle will satisfy jou of its efficacy. Use the Imperial Dtpurative , if you would have a clearhealthful, and beautiful complexion. list the Imp*rial Dtpuratwt for a diseased uUte of the Lttier nr Stomach. For female* of a weak and debilitated habit and shattered uencs, the Imperial Depurative is juit what la required to ro-invigurate the frame and r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

PERSONAL Tbe chief command in British India was offered to Sir Colin Cnrapboll on tho afternoon of Saturday, July 11, with tho question"How poon could bo staxU" Most men would havo considered that "noxt mail" would havo beon a prompt und satisfactory answer. Sir Colin Compbdl, to hia honor, replied, 1(To-morrow morning! Stop tho Marseilles boat and I'll cotoh her, and I can got all I want in Calcutta as woll on in London.'' Ilo would probably reach Calcutta about the middle of AugUst. . Hon. Edward Stanly, formerly of North Carolina, but now of California, has determined to retire from all worldly pursuits, nnd is now studying theology. '-'Son. Thomas F. Bowie has been rcnominateifor Congress in tho Sixth District, Maryi«™. The Convention met at filadensburg on Tuesday, anj },, was nominated oq the first ballot Mr. Stoecfc the Russian minister in tho UnitWTStates, Wtlf Via wife, is said to bo at his favor-It* .summer resouia Newport. Like his prodeoesior, Jlr. BodiJoo, he marr...

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Id=220 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

CHANGE OF HOUBS PHILADELPHIA, WOMISGTOX AND B.U.T1M0EE BAILBO AD. On and after Thursday, July S3,1S&T, PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE PHILADELPHIA For Baltimore at 8 A. M , 1 P. H., (Sxpreas.) asd 11 P.M. For Wilmington at 8 A. M., 1,4.1S axj 11 P. M. For New Caitte at 8 A. M., 1 ind 4.W P. xt. For Middletown at 8 A. M. ard 4.15 P. M. For Dover at 9 A. M. and 4.15 P. M. For Seaford at 8 A. M. and 1.15 P. H. TRAINS FOR PUILADKLPHIA Leave Baltimore at »it, Express, H A. It., mat «J5 Leave Wilmington at 8 50 and 11 55 A. K., ondl,3I and 9.56 P. M. Leave New Castle at 6.20 and U.Oi A. X., osdf. 05 P.M. Leave Middletown at 10.00 A. M. and J.45 P. M. Leave Dover at 8.50 A. II. and I P. X. Leave Seaford at 1M A. M. and 4.00 P. Ii. TRAINS FOL BALTIMORE Leave Wilmington at 9.15 A. M., 3 P. M. and iiXl A.M. SUNDAYS only at 11 P. M tram Pha*J*!p!rf» to Baltimore. do. do. 8J5 P. M. frost "••" •- PDilai!.lj>oIt BALTQMRE AXB HsWXB B8 OsUOS ACCQXKO dation *s*ar L«tve» rttn«<»«t«»««...

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Id=222 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA, GEBKANtWN X AN'DNORBISTOWNRAILEOAD—SCHKKJIARBAKOKHENTS. Oa and after Xay 5th, 1857. FOB GEBMANTOW5. Leave Philadelphia at «7,8, »10-mU., 10, llu, A. M., and 1. 23-10 min.. 4,5. S. 7, 8,9,11*, P. *S Leavei GermaMtown at t, 7, 7-35, 8, 9-10 min.. 10K, U w, AM., 1, i3-JO min., 45,«7,1, lDjf, P.JI. The 7-35 o'clockA. M. train from OennanSowa, will not stov at intermediate Statiou. OS SUXBATS. Leave Philadelphia at 9-30 A. M , S, 3,10,5-30 aad 8 P. II. Leave Germlntown at 8-30, 9-20 A. U., 1-10,4W, 8 15, and 7P.M. CHESTNUT HILL RAUJtOAD. Leave Philadelphia at 8, 8, 9-lOnln., U,S' A. X., I, 4,6,8,9P.M. Leave Chestnut Bill at 7-15, TS5,10-10, 11-10, min., A. M., 1-40, 3-40, 5-40, 7-4010-19 rain., P. X. oa suxdatb. Leave . o hiUdelphU at 8-20 A. M., S, 1% and 8 P. X. Leave Chntuut HUl at 8 A. U., IS-*, 4-10, and t-40. P. M. On and after May 4th. 1857. FOB UANAYUNE, CONSHOnOCKEH, ASD -VOS RISTOWN. Leave Philadelphia x\ «, 9, and 11, A. H.. and 3, 4¥, 6K,andll«,P.M. • Leave ...

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Id=224 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

fflni ©00&5 GREAT BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS CLOSING OUT OF SUMMER STOCK.' J. McOLATHERl - FIFTH Street, below the Shippen Street Market, East side, will offer TO-DAY hi! tntir stock of SUMMER DRESS GOODS, such as Summer &i\!z3, Ducols, Chollies, French asd Sviti Lawns, ShawlsMohair Mitts, and ParasoU, at 10 per cent, less than coat, to make room for Fall Qoods Also, 500 peedlpwrked - "-»?8KJl! " W SLEEVES, from 10 t-'^gts of v '\c*, real bargains. AI J°'MH&^Lti, ' 1 l -« pl Veeds7^- . (J and CHECK-, ^^j EiBS?' 0 ' 1 ™ 1 " Ot " ourt," llN «"lonnd.r. sell thT' rjyj oul-d3t ( ~^^f H iddling to Mid-1 M for sale bv J % MACALISTM f ^VorthWaUr Street. ^ • Moss, for salebv maoaus tbb; r »rth Water sSlt. C Cotton , in at w * MAOAUSMfi ' JflMttWMergioit

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Id=223 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

NORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD FOR BETHLSHBt, SASION, AtLKSTOWS. MAUCH OHCNS, WILKESBABBS, DOYLE3TOWN, TUBOUGU TO B£THLKH£M'WTIS0CTCBASaE OF CABS. " On and after Wednesday, July Stt, 115*, the train! on this Rood will leave 09 follows, daily, (Sunday! ex" For Bethlehem, Easton, Allentowu, Mauch Chunk, WilkMbarre, 4t.. via Lehijh Valley Railroad, Mornlag Kxprtffl, atfllSA.M. ' For Bethlehem, Eastoo. Alhlntown, Maueh Chunk, via Lehigh Valley Baiiroad, Evenibl Express, at 3 IS P.M. Passengers for EastJm by 215 P. 3a*. train take stops at Iron Hill station. ....... For Doylestown, (Aceomjiodation) at 8 45 A. M. aad 4PM For GwvnedJ, (Accommodatios) at 6 35 P. H. '"' 1V BKTHHKTSH Leave Bethlehem at 915 A.M. and 3 45 P. M. with PasMniers, via Lehi|h Volley Boilroadfrom Easton, AUentown, Slouch Chunk, Wilkesbarre , 4c, arrivilix jnPhiJade/phioatJilOM. and5 45 P.M. Leave Dojlestown, (Accommodation) ot 645 A.M. and 410 P. U. Leave Gwynedd, (Accommodation) at > W A. M. ON SUNDAYS. Leav...

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Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

TMPOHTANT IMPROVEMENT—N E W X GAS CONSUMING VURNAOK.—OIIILSON'S NEW CONK FURNACE, after having been put to the moat severe teat, during the two coi-D wimtkr3 or 1866 axd 1857has proved to be the most powtiful htatrr in the world, savirg from % to ^ the fuel over any of tbe beat furnaces now in use. Tuxie Soimxcts are couitracted with a enrt iron ash pit, and a broadshallow pan, shaped fire pot, lined with fire-brick or iron staves. The tire pot in nurmounted with a ssnus or Coxes, or tapering radiatorn, large and broad at their basebut taperin r to small apertures at the top, and uniting with the amilar chamber, through which the heat and smoke pans to the due. Tub wiiulk products of combustion in the fonn of smoke and gabeh, aro suspended directly over the Arc, couriKBD or compressed into the tapering CoSE3 und continually EXPOSED to the direct action of the ray» or heat and light from tho fire. This heat and light is brought to a rocus In bach Conk, not unlike the collection op ...

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Id=213 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

SAVING FUND—FIVE PER CENT. INTERKST—NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST COMPANY—WALNUT STREET, SOUTH-WEST CORNER OF THIBD, PHILADELPHIA. ISCOKPOBJ>TEP BT THE STATE OF PBSSSTLVINIA. Honey is received in any sum, large or small, and interest paid from the day of deposit to the day of withdrawal. Tho oQice is open every day from 9 o'clock in the morniug till 7 o'clock in the evening, and an Monday and Thursday evening* till 9 o'clock. All sums, large or small, ore paid back in gold on demand, without notice, to ocy amount. HON. HENRY L. BENNER, Preaident, ROBKRT 8ELIM1X1E, Vice President. Wm. J. Rkud, Secretary. DlBlCTOns: Hon. Henry L. Benner, I C. Landreth Muons, Edward L. Carter, F. Carroll Brewster, Robert Selfridgc, Joseph B. Barry. Saml K.A&hton, Henry L. Churchman, James B. Smith, | Francis Lee. This Company confines its business entirely to the receiving of money on interest. The investments, amounting to over ONE MILLION AND A HALF OF DOLLARS, are mode in conformity with th...

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Id=192 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

PENIi STEAM ENGINE AND BOILKR WORKS. REANEY, NEAFIE & CO., PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS, BOILER-MAKKK3, SLACKSM1TIJ3 AND FOUNDERS. Having for many years been in succeuful operation, and teen cxclu-lively engaged la building: aod repairing Marine and River Engines, high and low pressure, Iron Doatfl, Water TaukaPropellers, 4cAc, respectfully offer their nervlces to the public, as being fully prepared to contract for Engines of all nize*, Marine, RiTerand Stationary. Hating mU of pattern* of different sizes, nrn prepared to execute orders with quick despatch. Kvery description of Pattern-making made at the shortest notice. High and Low Pressure, Flue, Tabu* lar aud Cylinder Boiler*, of the beat PennsylTnnU charcoal Iron. ForgingH of all slz?9 and kind.1 *; Iron ftsd I)ra<w Castings of all descriptions; Roll Turning, Screw Cutting, aud alt other work connected with the above business Drawings and Bpecifieationi for all work done at their establishmen...

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Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

Dlachinern ana Jron RICHARD NOHRIS & SON, LOCOMOTIVE STEAM ENGINE BUILDERS, SEVENTEENTH STREET, 11AM1I.TOS, fAUWlBW ASn SPUIXQ OiRDE.V 8TMSETS, PHILADELPHIA. Engaged exclusively In the manufacture of LOCOMOTIVE STEAM ENGINES. Manufacture to order Locomotives of any arrangementwtfigbt or capacity, for the use of Wood or Coke, or Bituminous Coat in its crude state, or ANTHRACITE COAL, WITHOUT KUITTIHO 8H0KB, QAS OR FIRS. In design, material ond workmanship, the Locomotives produced at these Works are equal to, ftud not excelled by any. The materials used In construction are made ott the s^ot, Hud tanure the best qu&Uty atiti most reliable stock. The large extant vt Shops, and Com. plfle Equipment of Machintrv and Toots, enablft them to execute the BEST OF WORK WITH GREAT DESPATCH, OF ANY ARBANOEMF.-'iT BEQU1BED. CHILLED CAR WHEELS, HAMMERED AXLES , With ForgiDgA of anv size or form, IRON AND BKASS CASTINOS, And MAOIIINE WORK generally. HICUAED NOKliia. HENBV LATI...

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Id=221 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

SPRING ARRAN6EMENT.^P2KNSYLYANIA CSNTBAL BAILBOAS.—Banning in direct connection with the PITTSBUBGH, FORT WAYNS AND CrllCAQO RAILROAD. For Cincinnati, St. Louis, Iowa dry, Louisrillt, Nr» Orleans, St. Pauls, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Kansas, Terre HauteChicagoKehrasjn. In advance ot all other routes out of Philadelphia. forming close connection vitk alt tkt Gtiat Western Railroads. THSOUGH TKABIS Leave Philadelphia, for Pittsburgh and western cities, from the Pennsylvania Railroad Passenger Sotloa, south-east corner of ELEVENTH and MARKET itrMta, (entrance on Eleventh street,) as follows: Moil Train at I—, A. JC. Fait Line at Ii 55, P.M. ExpreasUaU at 11 CO, Sight. Columbia B. R Line leaves for Hxrrlstaig at 3.5C, P. U , Lancaster )-teremmod_:ioo,) at 4.30P. X. The EIpretsMail runs daily, the otter train, Sundays excepted. For farther particulaci aee hand-Ulteat tie tiStnat stortiug-polnta. Fasseagen fromttaWtMwiU ladthi» the shortest and molt expedition! roaVi to Philadelphia, Bal...

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Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY.—The PENN SfCXOAL LIFE IKSCBANCE COMPANY, Southeast Corner or THIRD and DOCK Streets. Capital, 1012,725 03. INSURES LIVES Tor short terms, or for the whole term or llfe'-grants annaltie* ana endowments—purchases life on interests in Real Ksta* * , and nuke* all contract* depending oa the eoutlngrlieie* of Life. They act as Executors , Administrators, Afslgaees, Trustees and Guardians. MONEY RECEIVED ON DEPOSIT Inaoyamoont—Fire Per Cent. Interest allowed from date of deposit, payable back on demand without notice, ASSETS OF If HE COMPANY, January lit, IU". Loan) of tha SUUoC Pennsylvania, Philadelphia Oity, Penn'a RailroadCaudvu and Amboy Railroadand other loans .4179.836 2*. Bonds, Mortgages and Real Estate 117,137 19 Stocks In Banks, Insurance, Gm aDd Railroad Companies 61,739 09 Premium Notes and Loans on Collaterals . .. W.Ufi 01 Cash in Bank, due from Agents, Interest, 4c i»,7»«J Guarantee Capital, Subscription Notes 100,000 00 »;il,22i 03 DANI...

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Id=205 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

ATLANTIC MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, OF PHILADELPHIA.-Office, at EAST FRONT OF THE FARMERS' AND MECHANICS 11ANK BUILDING, opposite the Custom House. MARINE INSURANCE on Vessels, Cargo and Fright to all parts of the World. INLAND INSURANCE on Good!, by Riven, Canalj, Railroads, &e. FIRS INSURANCE on Stores, Dwelling! and Merchandise generally. ASSETS OF TUB COMPANY, November 1,1SSS. Bonds, Mortgage!, Philadelphia City, Mid) ., ... „ other loans »?*•>"' <" Stock! In Bonks, Railroad! and Canals IN,Mi IS Bills Receivable 13 ,800 00 Freutlums on Policies, recently issued, and ) 19 o71 „,. other Debts due the Company ( 1 ¦ '*1B Cash oo hand 4,781. a DIRECTORS. John L. Linton, I II. E. Atkins, Oeo. W. Pomeroy, Joseph C. Grubb. JlnMCfinn, I Mmrico A. WurU Theo. O. Lewis, Thomas A. Robinson, Charles Teto, Benjamin Orae, Peter Mailon, I Wm.C. Milllgan. JOHN L. UNION, President. \f». B. ?j»ub, Secretary. aul-6t

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Id=203 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

THE PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY FOR INSURANCES ON LIVES AND GRANTING ANNUITIK8. Office No. 804, Walnut atreet, aboie Third. Open from 9 o'clock, A M , to 3 o'clock, P. M. Capital {100000. Thin Company Insure Lives, grant Annuitiesaell Endowments, purchase Interests, asd make contracts In general, that depend upon the contingeneiea of life. They act as ExecutorsAdministrators,and Assignees; also, m Trustees for Minors and Heirs. They receive MONEY on depositand allow Interest from date of deposit until called for. All sums being repaid on DEUAND. CHARLES DUTILII, President. WJXMAU B. HIM,Actuary. MJtfOTOaa. William Kirkhain, Joseph Swift Henry J. Williams, ThomlJ Biddle John K. MitchellM D William II. Hart, J. PeubMon Uutcuiosoa, Wm. S. Yanx, Edwin M. Lewis, Wra. Harmor, V. Uopklnson, I. R. Wacherer. onl-Ot

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