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Id=249 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

[From the New York Tribune.] RfiuarJcable nZemAry of » De&tolv-A Curious (fase. . , - -.; In the year 1810, a young joiner, doing busmen on the corner of Pelham and Cherry streetsin this oity, became involved in. his petnniary affairs to an extent that rendered it necessary for him to ask the indulgence of his orediton, and many of them signed a release. In the course of the following year (1811) he obtained a discharge from his debts under the Stale insolvent low, wEen the. Hon. B. 0. Van Wyok wii recorder, fihortly afterward this yonng Joiner left the oity for Oayuga, in this State, where he obtained employment for a whilo, at one dollar per day. Hereto became acquainted with Jethro Wood, the inventor of the oast-iron plough, and for whom he then wont to work, made His patterns, arid-erected a small iron-foundry, using a hone to drive hu bellows.-, He then msnufaotund and peddled the Wood plough for about five years, at the expiration of wnioh period he removed to Cojumb...

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Id=252 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

fCHOICE PAKM LANDS FOR SALE.— KJ THB ItUNOISOBNTRAL JUItBOABCOMPANY ia now propared to sell about 1,600,000 acres of choice Farming landsin tracts of 40 aorea and upwards, on long credits, and at low rates of Interest. These lauds were granted by the Government to aid {a the construction of this Boad, and are among the richest and m0&t fertile in the world. Thar extend' from North-East and North-Westthrough the middle of the State, to the extreme Southaiid include everr ! variety of dlmaU and productions round between thowparallels of latitude. The Northern portion 1b chiedy pnirleloterBperited with fine grovefi, and In the middle' £nd Southern teotlous timber pradomlnatea, alteruatiafl*: with beautiful prairies and openings. , The climate In more healthy, Mtlld and equsblo, than] jinr other part of the 'eountry—the air \A pure and bra- f clng, while living streams and springs of excellent' water abound. Bituminous Coal is extensively mined, and supplies a 1 cheap and ¦ de...

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Id=256 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

SIX PENNY SAVINGS FUND, Comer of FIlrTIt and WALNUT Street*. Opeu daily, from 9 -to3, awl on Tuesday and Friday Evening!), until 8 o'elock. Large or small Duma received, and paid without noticewith FIVE PER CENT. INTEREST, by cheek or otherwise, JOHN THOMSON, Pres't. VJOS PfilSIDK.VM, TnOS. T- TASKER, EDWIN M. LPWIS. 1 SSORBTAHV i»D TBKABOBKH, WM. T. ELBERT. IUDSIBB8, John D. AustinWm. 0. Ludwig, John E. Addicks, I). O.Lovy, Suleraon Alter, Charles E. Lex, M. W. Baldwin, A. Miskey, William Clark, Israel W. Morris, Jr., Echranu ClarkJr., Wm. Neal Charles S, Carstairs, Tlioa. Neilsou, Bobert Clark, Thomas S. Reed, M. D. A.J. Drelel. ' James Buisell, Charles Butilh, Thos, P. Sparhawk, Wm. 11. FosterOscar Thompson, Benjamin Gerhard, Peter Williamson, John Jordan, Jr., Isaac S. Waterman, Lewis Lewis, Jr., Charles 1. Yerkes. anl-3m NO, , 88.(241) DOCK STREET. —FIVE ,PEB CENT. StATH SAVINGS FUND. NO. 83 (241) DOCK STREET. —FIVE PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FDKD. TWO,. 88. (241) DOCK STREET ...

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

mi, ot the two H.M» of th. ge^SAwmMr ot Uu» , ^ J^ST^' hiS'^^W -f.^ this twmtyHMCond d., sfJTuo., ^&JSg&& huflan!4snaaBT^Nn. , S- A-*' 0011 ? 1 '!!! «i3-mim\ SaewtaTyafth8 0<)g»M>»wth. Kmixow bB. f •pENNSTLVANtA. EAILBOAB^fiE IT- GKgAT OENiaAL BOCTE, «n»MtM>g tJ^^*" laotle Cltiea with WeiternHorth-weat«n> (UdSMtfcwestern Stated, by a coatinnom Railway ifirect. IW» Hood.Iso' eoMects ai HttabarA with.iUny-^J «f rtetunera to'all potato on th« Weatoro »«»,' »a« « Olevelon*as* Smrfiuky with WenUOTto anPM*™ the North-western; Lokea; autln «*o «¦<»* MSff j CHEAPEST obABKJABLE BOBTEIir whfeh ftsight Ml»forwarded toaaiftOM the OBKAt WBaji... ^* 8S BBT?raKS PHItiPELSBIA AltD PMTS FlBST ClMS—BoobJ, Show; H«fe«J«t • Csp»)Eooi.l)ry floods, (in bo»» balea *na trunks), Drugs, (In boxes . . andhale«>Ieatheraftr»:fto........I6«.peil0Ol» Siconi Class—Domestic sueting, Shirting »ni Ticking, (in original hales), Drugs (ia ' dsks), Hard...

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Id=287 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

]%rEvf YORK LINES;—THB CAMDEN 11 AND AM BOY UA1LB0AD iND PHILADSLPHIA AND TRENTON BAILEOAD COMPANY'S LINK. FBOM PHlLADEUnXA ^ ia XBW XO3UC, USD WAT PWCBS. Iieave u follows. tIi : ' fttx At 1 A. M., frora Kenslogton Depot, via Jersey CUy.JfaU ^ ;... t $3 29 At 6 A. M.via Cuaden ojx» itLTfj City, H« Jersey Accommodation : ..„*...;..».,.... S 3 At 0 A. M., tU Caniden aad Anboy, Aeeoraaodften „ 7Z!.... 2 At 7 A. 51., via Camden acd Jersey City, Morning AtlOA. ' HV'hy"Vt^bwt " T«ntooyi£"raeow andJeratyCity, Morning Express 3 At2 P. if.- , ri» Camden and Amhoy, 0. and A. Bx-A« P. " M.%ui"Camden ' ani'"i«r»ey Ci^r.Krening At 3 P. M., via Camden and Amboy. Accommodation.lstCIssi 'J At 3 P, M, vi» Camden and Amboy, Aeeoonuda-Uon, 2nd Class 1 At 6 P. M., via Camden sod AmboV, Accommoda-*.lon, lit Class... ; .- . % At 8 P.M., via Caniden ant Atobov, Aocommod»- tion, 2nd Class..... *. • ....... I The3P.M.line runs doily, all othtn gaadsyae cepted. ¦ Express Lines atop at the principal stati...

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Id=253 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

LOCAL FREIGHT N O T I C E—T H E PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY am now prepared to receivo and forward VBBlOlrr between Philadelphia, Lancaster, and Columbia, at the following rates per hundred pounds: ' ' > BETWEEN PHILA. AND COLUMBIA. , FirstCloss^ Seco nd Class. ThirdClass. fourth Class. 22>r«. 18cle. lOcts. 14 eta. Flour, 18 ct». per bane). Fig metal, loots, per lOOpoundt. BEtfWBKN PHIfcA. AND LANOASTKR. First Class. Second Class. Third Class. Fourth CUM. 20 eta. ITcts. IScts. 13 ots. Flour, ' 25 eta. per barrel. Pig Metal, 10 eta. per 100 pound!. AHTIOLKS 01 HIRST CLASS. Books, Fresh Fish, Boots and Shoes, Nuts in Bags Cedar and Wooden Wore, Porter and Ale In bottles, Or; Qood>, - Poultry in coops, Eggs. Port, (freah.) Furniture, Poultry, (dressed,) Feathers, ' Wrapping Paper. ARTinr.ES or 2n or.ass. Apples, ' Molfts&e9, Cheese, MolonH, Olover aud Qrass Seed, Oils in casks or barrels, Crockery, Paper in boxes,' , Caudles, Pasteboard Casks or Barre...

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Id=250 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

. Pearl Mania in Conntftlcut. ~ ' New Jersey, 'Massachusetts, and other States, boast of their success iu pearl fishing. We beg them to understand, together with the rest of mankind, that Connecticut desires to be heard in this matter. Sho, ' too, is a raccefflful fl»hcr of pearls—none of your small fry, but the large-site brilliants Mr. Lewis K. Barnes,of East Berlinhas in his possession three pearls which he found in a mineral stream near his residence, it short time since. The jnost valuable one he brought to the oity on Saturday for the purpose of showing it to his friends andlas cerlainlng iia value. He nan that he h*s refused $200 tor it, and that It has been variously estimated ntfrpniSZOOtqSSOO. It U (in unoommohlyfine [specimen, as large as a good-slued pesf perfectly •round and smooth; in fact itUa perfect beauty. /Mr f James keeps Jala own seeretae to, tho stream' iirhere le ^ fotind the ol»ma whiob contained the "iearls.. In SouUung<on the smali streams are bein...

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Id=265 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

HELMBOLP' 8 GENUINE PREI'AIiA TIONExtract Buchu; removes all tho symptona, ttfQQttg whioa vrlll bo found Indisposition to exertion, Loss of Powerloss of Memory, Difficulty of Breath lug, <j«uer*l Weakness, Horror ot Disewe, Weak Nervea, Troubling:, Dreadful Horror of DeathNight Sweats, Gold Fast, WakefuinoitsDimness of VisionLanguor, Universal Lacsltude of the Muscular SyBteni,orten euormous Appetite or Dyspeptic Symptomfl, Hot Kftods, ViuBhlngs of tha Body, Urvnesit of the SkinPallid Countenance, Eruptions on the Vaco, Pains fn tha Hack, Heaviness of the £ye Lida, frequently Black Spotn Gylng boforo the liyos, with temporary SutTuslon, Lotw of Sight. If these symptons are allowed to go on, which this medicine-invariably removes, noon follow Futility atid KpJleptio ViU. HELMBOLD's GENUINE PREPARATION, Extract Buehu, for all Diseases of the Bladder, Kidneys, Gravel, Dropsy, Nervous aud DebiFitnted RnfTttrprR. IF TOU ARK SUFFERING WITH ANY of tho above dlstreftsiog ailments...

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Id=264 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

iilebicines TVINETEENTH CENTURT!—THE XI GREAT BEMKDY OF THB NINETEENTH OBNTVRY JS THE ZilPEfilAL PBPVRATIVK. Thle is now tho great aUndard remedy for diaoanes of the Blood, Stomach and Liver. If you have & Cancerous or Scro/ufous affection, nt onco use tho Imperial Depurativt. Titur.—&X9 you troubled with this obstinate and un< pleaaant dt«3ase T Uiw the Imperial Dtvurative. Try tut om bottle. Uave you White Swelllog:, Hip Dineasaor Ql and alar Bwellings ? The Imperial Depurative will effect a. cure, Trv it, Por Piinplesi Blotches and Eruptions of the Bkln generally, you have a prompt ami coruia remedy lu the /myenal Dtpurativt. Oue bottle will nullify you of its efficacy. ¦ Use the Imperial Dtpurativc, it you would hare a clear, healthful, ttnd beautiful complexion. Use the Imperial Depurativt for a diseased state of tl\« T.intr (if ktauiath Jor females of ft weak and debilitated habit and shattered nerres, tha Imptrial Separative (s just what is requ...

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Id=290 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA, GERMANTOWN AND NOBBISTOWN BAILBOAD-SUJIMEB ABBANQEHSNT3. On and after May 5th, 1857. FOB GERMANTOWN. Leave Philadelphia at 6,7,8,0lO-sda., 10US, A. X., and IS3-10 min., 4, 5, 6, 7,8,9,11)4, ?¦ MLeavel Germantown at 6, 7, 7-15, 8, 9-10 min., 10,<f, UUA. M., 1. J3-10 min..4,567,810£, P. M. The 7-33 o'clockA. M., train from Gtnoantowo, will not stop at intermediate Stations. OX SCJD1IS. Leave Philadelphia at9-S0 A. M., 2,3,10,5-38 and P.M. Leave Germantown at 8-20,9.2D A.M., 1-10,IX,S 15, and 7 P. M. ' CHESTNUT HILL RA1LEHAD. Leave Philadelphia at 6, 8, »-10 aw., 11X A. M., I, 4,6,8,0,P.M. Leave Chestnut Hill at 7-15, 7-35.10-10, 11-10, min., A. M., 1-40, 3-40, d-40, 7-40,10-10 min., P.M. OB 8TO&-IYS. Leave Philadelphia at 9-20 A. M., a, 5), ' and S P. It. Leave Chestnut Bill at 8 A. II., 12-50,4-10, and 8-M, ¦e.M. On and after May 4th, 1857. FOB MANAYTOK, CONSHOHOCKEN, ASD NOR RISTOWN. Leave Phiuuielphia at 6, 9, and 11, A. M., and 3,4^, Leave Norristo...

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Id=288 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

OHAKGE OP HOUBS.-PHILADELPHIA, WILMINQION AND BALHUOBE SAO. ROAD. ' ¦ On aad after Thnrsday, JnlyM, Hi7, , PASSENGSS TRAINS LEAVE THILADKLPHIA - For Baltimore »t« A.M.,1P.M., (Exnrm,) aad U For Wilmington at 8 A. M., 14 Si and 11 P. M. For .New Castle at 8 A. M., 1 and 1 Jo P. il For Mi4dletown at 8 A. M. and 4.14 P. M. rorOoverstS A.H.*na4.ttP.M. ' ForSeafordatSA. M. and 4J6 P.M. . . TBAINB FOR PHILADELPHIA . Leave Baltimore at 8.54. Eipres:, 11 A. M., aad »JS Le»v« Wilmington at 6 60 and 11.56 A.M., and*.« and9.64B.U. • - - Leave New Castle »t 83) and 11.0a A. M., and 9.0 P.M. Leave Middletown at 10.00 A. H. and 3.06 P. M. Leave Dover at «.5O A. M. and 7 P. M: Lsave Seaford at T.O» A K «nd 4 00 P W. TSAIN3 FOB BALT1H0BS Leave Wllminfton at 9.15 A.M.,«».BI. and 1*17 A.M. • - - - SUNDAYS only >t U P. H. tem Philadelphia^' *¦ Baltimore, do. do. 6J5 P. M. from Baltinwn to PhDadelphia. BALTIMOKK AND UAYBE DE GBACE AOCOaDiO CATION TBAHl Leavts Havre de Grace at 6.EO A.M. Leav...

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Id=254 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENTNEW &AS OONSHMtNO VUBNAOE CHILSOtFS NEW CONE FURNACE, after having been put to the most severe test, during tbe two ooli> wiHTias or I8D0 xxo 1867h»» proved to be the most fitnocrful htater ip. the worldsaving from % to X the fuel over auy of the best furnaces now fu use. Tiiesk Fuas/tOKs are countructed with a cast Iron ash pit, aud a broad, 'shallow pan-shaped fire potlined with fire-brick or iron staves. The fire pot Is surmounted with A SBBIWI OP CONKS, OK TAPEMNG BADIATOBB, large and Inroad at their bar.e, but tapering to nmall apertures at the top, and uniting with the anular cnanibor, through ffhlch the heat and Rtnoke pass to the Uuo. Tits wtlOiLB products of combuition In tho form of jtnokc au4 qasbb, ore suspended directly over the fire. oonriaeuor compressed Into the tapering Coma and ooNTlim.ai.Lr kxpoksd to the direct action of the rays of heat and light from the fire. Thia heat and light Is brought to a voodb in haoh Cost, nut ...

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Id=291 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

NO RTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD FOB BETHLEHXU, KASTON, ALLENTOWN, MAOCH CHUNK, WILKiSBARRE, BOYLESTOWN, THROUGH TO BETHLEHEM WITHOCT CHANOB OF CARS. On and after Wednesday, July 8th, lSi", the trains on this Road will leave as follows, daily, (Sundajs ex cepted: For Bethlehem, Easton, AUentown. Mauch Ch&nk , Wllkesharre, 4c, via Lehigh Volley Bailroid. Morning Expressate 15 A.M. For Bethlehem. Easton. AUentown, Mauch Chunk, Wa Lehigh Valley Railroad, Evening Express, at 2 la P. M. Passengers for Easton by " 15 P. M. train take stages at Iron Hill station. For Doylestown, (Accommodation) at 8 45 A. M. and 4 P.M. For Gwynedd, (Accommodation) at 6 35 P. M. RETURNING. Leave Bethlehem at 915 A. M. and 2 45 P. M. with Passengers, via Lehigh Yalley Railroad, from Easton, AUentown, Manch Chunk, TTilkesbarre, 4c, arriving in Philadelphia at 1310 M. and 6 45 P. M. Leave Doylestown, (Accommodation) at 0 45 A.M. and 410 P.M. Leave Gwynedd, /Aecommodatloa) at 6 50 A. M. ON SUNDAT3 Leave...

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Id=262 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

PENN STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER WORKS. REANEY, NEAFIE & CO., f&lOTIOAL AND THEORETICAL ENOINEERS , UAOHINIBTSjBOILER-MAKERS, BLACKSMITHS. AND F0UNDEB3. ' Having for moay years been in successful operation, and been exclusively engaged iu building oad repairing Harliw and Hirer Engines , high and low pressure, Iron Boats, Water TonkaPropellers, &c, 4c, rcipectfully oStr their services to the public, an being fully prepared to contract for Engines, of all sizes, Marine. Riverand stationary. Having sefts of patterns of dineront sizes , are prepared to execute orders with quick despatch. Every description of Pattern-making made at the Shortest cotico. High andXow Pressure , Flue, Tubular and Cylinder Boilers, ot ' the best Pemuiylvaaia charcoal iron, Forgings of all sizes aad kinds; Iron ajid Brass Castings of ail descriptions; Boll Turning, Screw Cutting, and all other work connected with tho above butlneu. Drawings and specifications for all work done at their e...

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Id=289 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

SPRING ARRANGEMENT.—PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILROAD.—Bunningin direct connection with tha PITTSBURGH, F0ET WAYNE AND CHICAGO BAILROAD. For Cincinnati, St. LouisIowa City, Louisville, New Orleans, St. Pauls, . Indi&aapous, Cleveland, - Kansas, Terre llauteChicagoKebras£±. In advance of all other routes out of Philadelphia. Forming close eontucffcfl vritk all the. Great Western Railzoads. TEB0HGH TEAKS Leave Philadelphia, for Pittsburgh and western cities, from the Pennsylvania Bailroad Pa&aenzer Station, ioulh-*Mt corotr at KLKTgNTU and M ARKKT streets, (entrance on Eleventh street,) as follows: MaU Train at T—,A.M. Fast Line at 1245, P.M. Express MaU at 1100.Night. Columbia B. R. Line leaves for Harrisborg at 2.30, P. M., Lancaster )Accommodation,) at 4.30, P. X. The Exprees Hail runs daily, the other trains, Sundays exeepted. For further particulars see haad-nilll, at the different starting-points. Passengers from the TTest will and this the shortest and most expedi...

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Id=275 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

ARCTIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANYNEW YORK.-OOceNo 29 Wall street, adjoining the Mechanics' Bank—Cash Capital, $250,000, with a surplus. This Company Insure Buildings, Merchandise, Furniture, Vessels in port and their Cargoes, and other property, against Loss or Damage by Fire and the Itlsks of Inland Navigation. DIRECTORS. Henry Qrinnell, Joshua L. Pope, Caleb Barstow, Bafua R. Graves, Henry 0. Brewer, Henry Davis, Edmund Penfold, 0. II. Llllenthal. Hanson K. Corning, Theo. Poihemus, jr. Ogden Uaggerty, Elisha E. Morgan, Thomas Monagan, Abm. R. Van Nest, JohoK. Ksrte, William A. Cs.ry. Albert Ward, Thomas 8. Nelson, ChM'.M East™, Jamea W. PhiUlia, Louis Lorut, Charles A. Macy, Samuel G. GlWdeu, Edward llincken, Steph. Combreleng, Wm. E. Shepard, Thomas Scott, Charles L. Frost, Johslr'ard. Lothrop L. Starges, Henry K. Bogert, William B. Fosdick, Peter Ed»s, Kmery Tlnyer, Kenjamin It. JieU, Geo. Westfeldt, A. R. Frothingham, ZaluUm Taylor Tlo*. V. Yoaaga, Henry S. Blossom. Samuel L. Mit...

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Id=261 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

RICHARD.NORRI8 & SON, LOCOMOTIVE STEAM EN&INE BUILDERS, SEVEHTEBXTH STREST, HAMILTON, PAIRVIEW AND SPRING QARDBH 8TRKBTS, ' PHILADELPHIA. Xnnged exclusively in the manufacture of LOCOMOTIVE STEAM ENGINES. Manufacture to order Locomotives of any arrange, ment, weight or capacity, for the use of IFoorf or Coie, or .Bituminous Coat in xts crude Matt or ANTHRACITE COAL , WITfiODT BHITTINO SXOKK, O.AS Oa ri8E. Iu design, matorial and workmanship, tbe Locomotives produced at these Works aro equal toand not excelled by any. The materials used la construction are inaue on the spotaud insure the best quality and most reliable stock. The lar^a oxteat of Shopaaod CompUle Equipment of Machinery and Tools, enable them to execute the BEST OF WORK WITH GREAT DESPATCH, OP ANr ARRASOKMEltT REQUIRED. CHILLED OAR WHEELS, UAJIMKRED AXLES, With Forglngs of any size or form, ' IBON AND BRASS CASTINGS, And MACHINE WORK geuerslly. SICHARD HOKBIS. UBXRV LAT1UKK HORRIS. aul-ly

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Id=272 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

C1REAT WESTERN INSURANCE AND f TBD8TC0., PHILADELPHIA, No. 831 (late 107) WALNUT STBKET. Charter perpetual. Authored capital, $500,000. ^ FIBE INSUKANOB-On merchandlBe generally, household furniture , oa stores, dwellings, 4c. Limited or peroetaat. MARINE INSDBANOE-On cargoes, freights, and vessels, to all parts of the «ortd. INLAND INSUBANOE—On goods by rlrers, canals, lakes, and land carriage, to all parts of tke country. zujtearORs. Oharles d. Lathroo1428Walnut Street Alexander Whlllim, 14 North Front Street. Henry D. Moore , Farquhar Buildings, Walnut St. John 0. Hunterfirm of Wright, Hunter 4 Co. E. Tracy, firm of Tracy & Baker, j Thos. L. OUlesple, firm of (Hllespi* & Zeller. Btillwell S. Bishop, flrm of Bishop, Simons Jt Co. William Darling, (late of Heading.) Isaac Uaziehurst, Attorney and Counsellor. J. R. McCurdy, firm of JonesWhite 4 McCurdy. John Bice60 South Fourth Street. 'Jas. B. Smithfirm of James 0. Smith 4 Co Theo. W. BakerGoldsmiths' Hall. E. Har...

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Id=292 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

(PAMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD. \J —CHANGK OF HOURS On and after Monday, Algust 17th, and until further notice, trains for Atlantic City will leave Vine street wharf daily, (Sundays pxtented.) First down passenger train will Ie4 re Vine street wharf at 7-30 A.M. Second down passenger train will leave Tine street wharf at 4 P.M. Freight trains , with passenger car attached, S-05 A. Returning, will leave Atlantic City as tollows: First passenger train at 6-30 i.Jf. Second do 4.50P.M. freight train 1M0P.MVASSENOKRS FOR HADDONJISLD Will leave Vine street wharf at 1045 A. M., and 4-15 P. Will leave Haddonield at 7-20 A. M., and 2 P. M. Freight must be delivesed at Cooper's Point by 3 c'olock, P. M., to insure its going douu in the morning train. The Company will not be responsible for am goods until received and receipted for by their freight agent. iu5.Im* R. FBAZKB, Secretary. MANILLA &0PE.SUPE#10% H4 NIUA ROrE. minnftcturca and for tale by 1 WEAVER, FITLER 4 06;. •u8-tf Hs....

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Id=255 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

PPHILADELPHIA TYPE FOUNDRY—N. W. Oof. THIRD antt onESNUqf St*. L. VELOWiM i. SOUtluutftil for the liberal patronage heretofore accorded to their Sstabtishment, and Uestrous to merit Ita continuance, would announce to Printers, and, PablisherB that their neff BPBOIMBN BOOK la now ready, and from their increased faellitiei, are now prepared w furnish every thins; necessary iu a complete Printing Establishmentat Uie shortest notice. Their long practical mp ' erienee In the business, and the fact of their personal superintendence of tho jntznUactnring leparhaoot, JusMuea them in waiting that they cos fumlsh' a -taore durable aaa better Anlihul artlele ihan their cotemporarles. . l'hos«, ' thsrefo™, who desire Printing ' Materials, would do well to apply to them previous to purchasing 'eUewhere. , Old type,taken At 0 cent* per poimd, i&' exchange for new at specimen prices. , aul»tf W. . TINGLI^Y & CO., BANKERS, • No. !)7 South THIRD Street, Philadelphia. COLLKCTIOMB pl...

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