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Id=274 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY—The PBNN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Southeast Corner of THIRD and DOCK Streets. Capital, $612,726 03. INSURES LIVES (or snort termB, or for thenholo term of lifo—grants annuities and endowments—purchases llfo on interests in Real Estate, and makes all contracts depending on tho contingencies of Life. They act as Executors, Administrators, Assignees, Trustees and Guardians. MONEY RECEIVED ON DEPOSIT in any amount-Five Per Cent. Interest allowed from date of deposit, payable back on demand without notice. ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, January 1st, 1857. Loans of the State of PenBBylv&nia, Philadelphia City, Pena'a Railroad, Caniden and Amboy Bailroad, and other Loans $179,885 28 Bonds, Mortgages and Real Estate 117,137 19 Stocks in Bonks, Insurance, Qas and Baiirofld Companies 81,729 98 Premium Notes and Loans on Collaterals .... 193,692 01 Cash in Bonk, dne from Agents, Interest, 4o 38,780 47 Guarantee Capital, Subscription Notes 100,000 00 S7U...

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Id=273 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

1JHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, incorporated by the State of Pennsylvania, iu l&4g, are now established in their NKIV OFt'IOKNo. 4S3 CHESTNUT Street, where they me prepared to make ALL KINDS OJ IN8DRAN0E, from 1083 BY ?IRE, on property of every description, in Town or Country, including PDBHC BOTLDINBS, DWKLLINQ8 STORES, WAREHOUSES. FACTORIES and MANUFACTORIES, 'WORKSHOPS, VESSELS, &o. Also, MERCHANDIZE of all kinds: STOCKS OF UOODS, Stocka ot COUNTRY STORES, Go»ds oa BTORAOK or in BOND, STOCKS and TOOLS or ARTIFICERS ana MECHANICS; FURNITURE, JEWELRYFIXTURES, 4o., 4c, &c, 4cat moderate rates of premiumand for any period of time. Tills Company refer to their past career as an ample guarantee Tor the PROMPT SETTLEMENT of all their LOSSES. There are at this time no unsettled clainu against tnem. 80BERT P. KINO, Pres't. M. W. BALDWIN, Vice Pres't. Fiuncis Ui.AOIBirsVB. Sec'v. aul-3in

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Id=271 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

THE QUAKER CITY INSURANCE COMPANY. Office No. 403 (late 92) WALNUT St. Capitol and Surplus|2sO,000. , Tais Company continues to make Insurance against loss or damage by Fire and the Perils of tbe Sea; Inland Navigation and Transportation, at current rnten. omosRs. President—QEO.H.HAHT . Vice Prcjldeut—K. P. BOSS. Secretary and Treasurer—11. E. COGOSUALL. Assistant Secretary—S. H. BUTl-EIi. DIIllJCTORa. , George n. Hart, E. W. Bailey, H- P. Boss Charles O. linlay, A. 0. OatteltWin. D. Lewis, Jr.. Joseph Edwards , J. L. Pomeroy, John a. Dale, Andrew R. Chambers, lion. Henry M. Fuller, H. R. Coggsh&U, Foster 8. Perkhu, Samuel Jone», M. »., ' John H. Chambers, A. F. Cheosbrough. au 8-Iy

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Id=268 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

FALL STOCK OP BOOTS AND SHOES. -JOSEP1I H. THOMPSON & 00., No. 811 BtABKET Street, and No>. 3 and 6 MANKMN PLACE, haro now in »toro a largo and vtll-agsorted ttocic of BOOTS and SHOES, of Oity and Eastern manufacture, Which they ofiVr for sale on the best terma for Oash, or oa the usual orodit. Buyers are invited to call and examine their stock, aul-dtf HARLES P. OALDWELL—Whalesuifl and Betoil WUIP and OANE Manufacturer, No. 4 North JODKTII Street. aul

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Id=267 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

0. 442, SOUTHEAST CORNER 01 11 MARKET md FIFTH Etroot.. tientlemeD^s Beat Patent Leather Oalter Boots. " " Calf do. do. " " Patent Leather Oifonl Tle.i. " " Ollf do. do. •' '¦ Patent Leather and Oolf narrow uttap Bhoen. Boy»' and Youths' Patent leather and Calf Bklo Qaitor Uoota and BUoes. oul-tf For nalo by OEO. W. TAYLOR.

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Id=263 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

HANDY & MORRIS—MANPFAOTETlmBS OF CUMBERLAND WROUGHT IRON TUBES FOB GAS, STEAM OR WATER. ALSO, GENERAL IRON COMMISSION MERCHTS. Warehouse S. E. corner FRONT and WALNUT. *al .3m

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Id=284 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

nPHE ADAMS EXPRESS CO., OFFICE, X 320 CHESTNUT STREET, forwards PAROELS, PACKAGESMERCHANDIZE, DANK NOTES and SPEOIEeither by Its own UNE3, or in connection with other EXPRESS OOJfPANIES, to all the principal TOWNS and CITIES of the United States. t . v E. B. SARDFORK aul-tf General Superintendent,

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Id=251 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

I Wai. l^l^patrick, a ladsixteen years pfgge , whoso parents reside in ^ondorit, waay dronmed on Saturday,; off Barmlllfcln' atteinpH^g; to swim wroai tie nver wittl all clQthgspB. . ¦ ar thohas 800D. ; , , -!.'"^i ,V' r'. '-. u—:r ¦ i.j i. . • < * IThoaias Hood / born In London.'in 1788, was toe son of a rosu«ofcable pubilaher^of tho flrra of Veruor,Hood and Sharpo. Ho wca brought up mmgrayer—bobecamoaWrlWrof/'TOmsanaOaiiillcs," ahj hegrair into apoot of great and original potrgt.' The alight partition Which divides humor and pathos waa romarkably exemplified in Hood. Misfortune and feeble honlth made him doubly BodsUivotoUieilliof Ms follow-troatuKB. The Borrows wliioh he has delineated are not unreal things-He died iu 1845, bis great metits having bean pre-Vlously ^cognised by Sir Robert Peelwho bestowed on'Mm u p ' enslonto ue continued to his wife. Thot-,wife soon followed him to the gwve. The pension has been continued to their children.] 'T was in tho prime of su...

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Id=270 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

¦CILOOEmG BOARDS—23,680 feet Ooro X lins flooring board!), aUoat, for solo by ' ' >; . > / ¦• JSABTIM & MAOAUSTEK ^ Ut UVNorUi Water Street. Jt fanrmtte (Emiqianiea: fjOVARy ~ flRE ^ ASD ~ MASST~~ m 5i.T"»iD ? AK0B COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. FBANKLIN BUIJLDINQS , No. 94 WALNUT STREET ¦ ADTHOR1ZED CAPITAL$600,000. (run lnoosT subscsibsd.) • ' " Invested as follows: Su-4 BondB and Mortgages on Property In the Oity of Philadelphia f $135 000 Btocka worth pur 222!lOO Cash on hand 61190 Amount secured by Stock notes ' . " .; ' . ' . '" . ' . ' . ' . wo' ooO Amount of Stock due ou call.................. ljflo Sk£W\A fW^n chSt C °y pan £ effecla ^"ranees oa Building*, ^er-Rve™ I 8 ^^^ 1 P 0 ^ ' «nd V inroad. Lakea. ani term?* £ » !°Weat 1>atea l aud U P QQ the ™°** Utiertl of loBse? r gProm P* PRyment on the adjustment DZTPetpetual Insurance made upon the usual termB. P M Pntt0 DIRE0TOR3. nw H«n . Wm.F. Leech. A^mSP Re D r' S'S ^k George Howell * ,£; *• Tv?...

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Id=266 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857

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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

JOTTINGS OF TRXVEt-NO. 11 i - ,<\ BY 3. W. RECOLLECTIONS OF THE ENGLISH HOUSE : *f, ' , OF COMMONS " . ' It ^as tho smunier of 1851, on a dismal, drizzly night, " when, nftor having exhausted " tho night qide'^of. London, with its casinos, Coal Hole, and nerrj{Vauxhall, looking at life in its worst phases, and studying! the anatomy of misery ami vlcbns it lay^thitstrotched be'fbro mo in every lano and Alley 6f ' tne groat Babylon, that I bethought, as St, Bride's tolled tho hour' or midnight, of looking in upon tho HousOjOf Commons. I called to, the driver of »-solitary ghangoni oc tho oorner, and was soon whirling " along dark Pall-Mali, past deserted Charing Crofis, and down empty White Hall. It was u»odd contrast: the silent streets, ami the busy, bustling scene, alive with life and light, to 'whieh^ was hurrying, at midnight- Mighty London ih& putting ' its pulses to rest, but tho heart—. th'e ' S&tte—was pumping away the sustaining blood oi tho ...

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Id= 22 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

THE PULPIT [Reported for Tho Press.] CHRISTIANS WARNED AS© ENCOtR AGED. This was tho subject of a sermon preached on last Sabbath morning, in the Green Hill Presbyterian churoh, in tho absence of the regular pastor, Rev Mr. Street, by Rev. Thomas H. Stockton. Tbo text of Scripture selected for the occasion may be found in the closing words of the tenth chapter of St. Paul's Epistle to the llobrewa—us follows: » For ye have need of patience, that, after ye hare done the will of God, ye might receive the promijSQ. * # * # Now the jusu shall live by faith; b,at if any man draw back, my soul shall have no pleasure m him. But we are not of them who draw back unto perdition; but of them that believe to the saving of the soul." These words oocatituted the basis of the dia< course: nevertheless, the clause contained In it, " the just sliall live by faith^ was designated by the speaker ns constituting the principal feature to which he ' toped to direct the attention of his hea...

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Id= 24 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

A QTORV nPSTTPFERTNH- ANT) ADVENTURE Among the deserters were several commissioned officers in Walker's army. Wa have had inter view% with most of these gontlemen. Wo find them telling one straight story, and not at &U ashamed of having deserted a cause twenty-eight days before its " choaen man of destiny " himself deserted it, though after all reasonable hope had deserted him. That they should be obliged to desert, they say, doea mortify them; but for tbe reasons that thoy elsewhere set forth, there waa no other way unless they consented to be sacrificed—not for the cause, but to the stubborn vanity of a leader who already foresaw that he had lost all. Captain Win. littles Walker, and flfty-oue men, left Wfllker at Rivaa on tbe 5th of April Some two Iiu ml red and fifty others left withm three days after, and joined Captain Walker' * company These constitute most ot tbe party that tbe Tennessee biought to port yesterday. Captain Walker, with seventy-fourmeu, bad left ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

§;|t;|ptf ij THURSDAY, AUGUST 20, 1857 THE NEXT NEWS FROM BRITISH INDIA.. , A correspondent, who feels considerable interest in the present precarious situation of affairs; in British India, requests us to inform him at what period further authentic intelligence may bo expected, nnd to state our opinion upon the supposition ttiiit (he revolted Sepoys have been encouraged in some way by Russia. .,•,•; .' . -'•• ' ¦ . The first question involves a matter of fact; the second, of Speculation. ¦ There are' two transmissions of the Overland mailfrom India and from England every inonth-r-precisely as there is a bi-monthly «ommnnlp.flfion bGtwnRti Kflw Ynrk ftrifl Cali¬ fornia. , As we are able to calculate, with that accuraoy.'which is the,offspring of experience, the time; .within a few hours, when tho mailsteamer from Aspinwall May be expected at New Yorfe witti the mail from California , so it is known pretty correctly' at what time each Overland mail will arrive in England. S...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

:^&riirt^0!;^ttiJ«^Mtl1piiil4elvl)iii ! '3 ; FoirtBs Mniit of rtnuimrij wSU ottif W wi?, »»y do-•mh rt«in>ny oI%P™»MWP«lo>iii, *;a , publUK ••UiftflWWIiA. -1 ', 1 "'", ' " " • ¦ ', , " . .", ¦ I, ¦ ,ai-,wi :-¦ pusiioptujHB or iiin3B>iEHr. ' ¦ '' : Acsdemj' of Muiio; (Operatic,) corner of Broad uuj •|jMiist»tM«ts.>'.i " ii* -< ' "" ;.;-i-w.i"i "it , . r . Arcb. 8tn»tTli8atre, Arci, ^^y, sth street.'; 7 N»H%dTtifetMUd.plKiM, W»liiu«,»b(iTe. Eighth. . '8»&4Cot^|f^p|^^UB^ f j(£^o^i|ta,) ^leyentlj, below .! W<liUtBtre6t TliestM, northeMt corner Ninth and jWilmit. - - -* • '>- ' .' "' >!¦ ¦ ¦:¦•" ¦¦•'¦ ¦ ••¦ ' ¦ ¦ -"¦• ; ' .-TlwmooftsV.rleties, yinhtuiOhentnut. ' . TlwmM's OperaHoune, Arch; bolow 8ovenlh.--ulil j - .••t !. ' )!¦ . ' i*»t»'»lll>.Spi»KO»».i ' !"¦ -' .'.i. v >A«aenif ot^atarf^/BpIenceB, corner . of- Broad And 1M iX5^emj',of ifiiieAi/s/ijiiejtniit, sborSTenti'. ' 'J ^¦''VraokSlh Instit...

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Id= 27 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

GENERAL NEWS A drnnken vagabond named TVTHjam Taylor murdered his wife in Rochester, N. Y., on Sunday evening. He beat her in the most outrageous manner during tbe day, and threw his childonly six months old, out of the third-story window! Taylor says he is about fifty years of age, and a man above the medium sixe- He says he was born in the north of Ireland, and came to this country twenty-six years siooe. He has resided in Rochester sixteen yean, nine of which be lived oa Jackson street. Ho has beer* twice married, and his first wife left no children. His wife's maiden name was Margaret Brown, and she, too, was a native of Ireland. She was about thirty years of age, and had been married about two Tears.Tbe only issue of the marriage was the babe six nmnt.hfi nlfl The Cumberland (Md.) Cicilian states that Lloyd B. Smith, the collector of State and county taxes, who recently disappeared, is a defaulter to the State to the amount of $9,400and is alleged to have committed forg...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

CORRESPONDENCE THE. SCIENTIFIC CONVENTION,IN MOS' ' ' ' ' .TftEAL. ' ' ' ' [Correspondence of The Press.] , ¦ . , [ Mostrbai., August 17,1857. ; Tho ' clty is so full of strangers that'about'tiro hundred & day have'bean refused admittance at Jne of tho principal hotels. 3?ho Araiorioan; Association for tho Advancement of Soionce it holding its olovonth moetlnj* here, quito fully'mtteridod, most of tho prominent inambort of former years bit Ing hero, besides alarge acoosalon of newmemoora. The next meeting will probably bo hold at Balti¬ more. , , , ., t - Yesterday Dr. Haro . 'of Philadelphia, delivered a short address on storms, which ploasod land' amusod a large audienoo, and overy one concedes to him tho ability to ¦ disouss with ' procialdn and forco overy branch of osporimontal science which he had mastorod previouDto hit more rcccut iq ' quirios in a supernatural direotion. '' , Professor J. TV " . Bailoy, of tho Wost Point Military Aoodomy, was to have boon Pr...

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

Vfs&rgtalipNpfem #,w* ; -ite oV '.w;\;.. 'i!;C.ri»JK> *''?- i: $il w&.&*^^ oW °Sf k't6 -**'!*** ™ 7 . /«r!8'^teff*Kf' ji»;. 'iifihiinij(».'J--f; ^¦•"StM;.. ¦ >< Visa i$t>a<>iii&th*$iimmif!» ' v*yhrse^mkb!iut • . .7~iA*0tt:l»N[:a»fe«t'lUlirtli,S&f»6fr beamy iod^Sl feet ..«i ; JhIp KSp^Titiil '-JUSthtw niwind Mwerfd M.«PJ«iN«*' 6 ^fr*«W&»tt>lfc'" ' ~ - '** ¦ ¦ " «^'i?-:#--'j«Mf'%i>«) 1 s«tart»rt'a%M », ia njSn: • .''' . , .' . :• ¦ ¦ . Sdtabatg^^rtayJuly u; 13 noon. ' : : :t-6i '' -'-^cw i^. VelaeriSs'Ails.'.e . iaiiMii.', ,-.ft' • ..Sulnbttrif, Saturaajy 'S«Jt. 6 f t Un6on: ' .w i ia !¦ '¦; '< - :• - •••*K«rT4^Jaiy!a i! * "> ¦'" ¦ •'"'" ¦''"*'¦' ' '"'' . ' .- Kdlabntg, Aug. 8. ., , _ . . ,!. ,* j . . ' oi.iK3. ;,- ! , .:,,.;•-,, .'<IS«tt. ^ nsuoi. ' -" : . ' r! ' '«r»t:«l»*if«6i thirdonus' ,Jouua;withVsooked pfo- ' ' ., .^ ™loi^fW>/«i*»«a«iice4,«ii...

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

..i, SwJBAUjBOaD LINES; temuti Cnital R.R.-^TIifoV, Etoventh and Market. .JAs M. rMall -STDiin for Pittsburgh and the West. JW51, «„ fast (.lne for Plttshurgh and the West. 2^P.;M,,forgarrfsbttrg,anclJCoJumb(a..i .,,,,,, ?•80 r. If., Awonimpdatlo^L ittvaL .toT j<ahcaster. U P,. M'.V feprtss Sail for rTftrtinai end the West. **~ Jx«^in^ 'Jla{I^oa(ii.Ifepo^-Broadatid Vine TJOA'iMi^BiprMK'Iraih for PMtarrlUe , wmiamnport , ;>:v:>A:.; EbaU«- »ndNi«g»M»alM.'lit .;'.;<. ' S.9)E,M.,Mebi>ie(NlkhtlUtprt«!rn>ir;.y ' ,' 3r': "v- •,. •vff(0,X<rA Lirui. - - ,. ,J*.M.,rrpraKenitogton)ylaJeniey.Cihr, . .' 6 A. M., from Camden^ Aceonunodauon Train. J A. M L) ,fromOanid.en.. Tj» JersevOlty, Mail. ' 14'A;.)<.'from W8lnuUreetw)Sirf ,«a Jersey city. . 1 2P'.'M.:viaOanid(«»i)dAmboyvSiiire«g. ' • ¦ 8P.M.;vbCainden ,AccommodationTraia. ' 6P M.,YlaCMHden».otlJsrjByCJity, Hnll. SP.MijYlaCdmdenandAraboy, Accommodation. ¦ '. "," i' . fjOjmtcting Linit....

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Id= 26 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

artillery from the enemy. lie took the piece, but was wiser than to return with it to Walker. He wa3 one of Adams & Co.'s express agents in California. Captain Edward Brown, whose speech we give below, is only twenty-four years of age. He is a native of Michigan, where his parents now reside. He left for Califuroia, when fifteen yeare of sge, and wa3 quite Buccessfulinbugoldseeking. Much of his earnings he sent to his parents, with whom it is safe. So ranch of it as he brought to Nicaragua tooV unto itself wings most speedily. He left Sacramento for Nicaragua in February last, in command, of a company of young men, and since that time his life has been one oi great hatdship. He is fearless &nd ontspoken, ana seems a general favorite with his poor companion. S« win lelor ave tne home or his parents to-day. P. Bostwick , Walker's secretary of State, who, because he left before the treaty *as signed, was reckoned among the deserters, embarked on the Tennessee, bnt l...

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