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Id=272 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

MANUFACTURERS' INSURANCE C0MPANY.-4]harter Ptrpetual. Granted by tho State of Pennsylvania. Capital, $600,000. Fire, Marine, and Inland TranaporUtion. smtOTons. Aaron S. Llppincott, Oharlea Wlae, Wm. A. Rhodes, Alfred Weeks, Charles J. Field, Jamei p. Smyth, Wm. B. Thomas, J. Rlnildo Sank, Wm. Neal, JohnP.gimona, AABON S. LIPP1NC0TI, Prutdent. WM. A. BH0DE3, Vice President. ALFRED WEEKS, Secretary. J. W. MARTIEN, Snrveyot.-This Company was organlxed with a cash capitaland the Directors have determined to adapt the bnsiness to its available resources—to observe prudence in conducting Its affairs, with a prompt adjustment of losses. Office No. 10 Merchants' Exchange, Philadelphia, aul-dly rpHE MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSUX RANGE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA.—Office No. 223 WALNUT Street, opposite the Exchange. MARINE RISKS on Vcasell, Cargoes, and Freight!. INLAND TRANSPORTATION RISES, per Sallrosds, Canals, Boats', and other carriages. ALL THE PROFITS divided annually among the Assnred, anJ...

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Id=236 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

'HISTORY 01 tfPBKSxV .^ji iw akiiiiBlii'.- irw*. toted frwn the.ft^ch; "Svols;, «msll 8vp., N«w i.I,MDtt«MV*' ' '<H&Wrf ' 6f.««-Giraiidiirtf*, 1 " one. pf the most pip turesque remioasoi great ' . deeds Mid their actoft, way, be siid to have dUpowdtlie minds, of France, ia 1847-^, to : tint'third Revolution, which -drove Louis PhUiMttftoniUiethfoDe^ndtijereby resJored the Boiuparte dynsrtytejthe pet^pi of N»- poleonjjl. . LamartlnB #ent"lato ; iliat prisi? With d*unUe«i spirit, tad irelfltmlybalieve with disiaurerted parpone. For. a-time,.Ms •Wuinanna aMt^'MMilfn^M'^ArAn mm'-tOn-mlAr fill dtjcorrupt mea«rp«odiiiOjWho3e<;hlet object was selfish,- indgfrtly by egregious Vafaiand honors, aiid beKion-of-Horior traippings—Into' s pure Republic, of which natural gratitode would make him! Criitf.v He ; ffiiled, wd cfeU c fcpt, anl»e:(i»tty " oth«r8in &« { &Hth lie couid say, ¦ " theie hands are ole»n i w> treagufe " belonging CU>7ijif...

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Id=243 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

[From the Washington Union.] The Paihtingaln the Rotnndo of the Capitol. Four of these paintings are the work of Colonel Trumbull, a soldier and artist of revolutionary times—to wit: "Tho Declaration of Independence," "The Surrender of QenerAl Burgoyne, 1777," " The Burrender of Lerd CorawftUis at Yorktewn," and "The Beslgnation of flcnoral Washington at Annapolis,'December 23,1783." In the oxeoutlon of the first of theso, Colonel Trumbull devoted himself with untiring icnl and industry, travelling from one part Of the Union to another to collect'the original nuzrme/for the great design—it being his ambition to transmit to future generations a true representation of the great actors In the ever-memorable scene. " The Surrender of General Burgoyne, 1777," to General flateB, of the American array, at Saratoga: Neil interest will be added in tho contemplation of this picture when it is remembered that it contains likenesses from Ufa of Gcnerala (Fates, Burxoyne, Starke, Morgan, Sohir...

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Id=242 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

Effect of the Increase of Oold. M.Lcvauseur, a statistical writer in the Revue Cotekiporaine, presents a loig and able article on tlie general rise in the price of all marketable commodities, due to the influx of precious metal from California and Australia. He holds that the rise has been favorable both to tho merchant and agriculturist, but that salaries do not increase in proportion to the price of provisions, consequently the rise has been detrimental to thoso who live upon fixed incomes/daily become poorer, or at least do not accumulate property as rapidly as they would had not this rise occurred. As a set-off to this evil, the author remarks upon the benifits arising from an increased Influx of gold, and shows that, although in theory an article of common uso might be expected to rise in price exactly in proportion to the increase of the circulating medium, such is not practically the case, because this proportional rise meets.with its check in tho stimulus given to producti...

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Id=245 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

fXHOICE FARM LANDS FOR SALE V7 TIM ILLINOISOENTRAI- RAltBOADOOMPANV Is now prepared to Bell about 1,500,000 acres or choice Farming lauds, io tracts of 40 acres and upwards, ob long crodita, and at Jotr rates of iutereat. Ihese Ian4i were granted by the Qovorameot to 614 In the conBtractioa of this Boadand are among the richest and mDit fertile ia the world. They extend rrom North-Eiat and North-West, through the middle of the State, to the extreme South, and Include erery variety of climate and productions found between those parallels of latitude. The Northern portion ts chiefly prairieinleraparBed with fine groves, and In the middle and Southern auction! timber predominates, alternating with beautiful prairies and openlptti. The climate Is more healthy, mud and equable, tUaa any other part of the country—the air Is pare ana bracing, while living streams aud Spring* of exoellent water abound. Bitamlnoufl Coal Is extensively mined, and supplies a cheap and dealrable fuel, being f...

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Id=251 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

SIX PENNY SAVINGS FUND, Corner of F0TH and WALNUT Streets. Open dally, from 0 to dand on Tuesday and Friday Evenings, until 8 o'clock. Large or small sums received, and paid without notice, with FIVE PER OENT. INTEREST , by check or otherwise. JOHN THOMSON, Pres't. VIOS PBS8IIIENT3, > THOS. T. TASKBR, KDWiN M. LKWlS. BURST&BT JUtD 1BB1AUBBB, WM. 1. ELBERT. TROBIStS, JohoB. Auatln' Wm. 0. Lttdwig, ' Ilia E. Addlcks, D. C. Levy, SaWmon Alter, OharlsaE. Lex, M. W. Baldwin, A. Mlskey, William Clark, larael W. Morris, Jr., Ephrsim Oluklr Wu. Neal: Cbirles 8. Carstairs, Thos. Neilson, Robert Clark, ThomaaS. Reed, M. D. A.J.Drexel, James Ruasell, CharleE Dutilh, Thos. P. Sparhawk, ' Wm. B.'Foster ¦ Oscar Thompaon , Benjamin Gerhard, Peter Williamson, John Jordan, Jr., Isaac 8. Waterman, Lewis Lewis , Jr., Charles*. Yerkea. aul.am («O. 88 (241) DOCK STREET FIVE 1J PBR OENT. BTATB SAVINGS FOND. IKO. 68 (241) DOCK STBEBT. —FIVE l\ EBB 0BNT.8TATB SAVINSB FUND. NO» 88 (241) D...

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Id=240 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

[From the Louisville Courier.] To« Good t« ImIoiI. - * There is anvlifaimer in Fr»nklin county nho has a supply of the essence of << Old Bonrbon" the fame of which has extended throughout'allthat region. Its quality is ueapprosohable. It ia doubledistilled, was . made seventeen years ago, has been tn'possession of Its present owner during all. that time, and is a puro and gsnulne article, the like of which cannot now be easily procured. The owner k««ps it for his own especial use and that of his friends, ' and although fie is a sharp doolor, no price could induce him to part with a gallon of it in the Way of trade. - ; ' . ' ' - .During the recent Congressional canvass in the .Ae&lanOiefriotRoger W. Uaamo, Esq., the. Know-Nothing candidate, visited the house of the fsraerallwded to. lie regarded his election a» oertain, and having hoard of and tatted the wiiiakey aforesaidan iHordinate desire seiied possession of his breast,to secure a fow gallons to take wit...

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Id=286 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

TiTEW YORK. UNES^-lHE CJUfDEN XT AND AMBOY EAILBOAD AND PHILAI>aPHIA AND TBJSliTON BAILBOAJ OOJtPANY'8 LIKISJBOM PHILADSLPHIA TO NBW YOKK, AHB WAY PLA0E8. ' Lacva aa follows, to: * - ^Fai* At 1 A.M., from Kensington Depot, via, Jean City, Moll , ; .jgjs At 8 A. M., via Coroden am! Jersey City, Haw J«rsay A»<munod»Um.... 1 2 At 6 A. M., vf» Cwadaa and Amboy,. ^<rWnnwil»- ttou , ;. I At 7 A. )(., via Caniden and Jersey Cltj, Morning HUI ;' . ... '- " J At 10 A.M., by steamboat Tranton, via foamy andJarwyCitr .Momlug Krpraas . - .....:,. 3 At 3 P. M., vis. Camdan and Amtov, 0. and A. Eijpress . . ...s At 8 r. M. via Csmdea and Jersey City, Kven&g At 3 P. M '* via ' Camden aild 'ij riioy, ' Accoranofatton,lstClass .. ' .. t At 3 P. M, via Camden and Amboy, Atammada-Uon,2ndCIsss :......:.... ' ... ' . 1 At 8 P. M., via Csmien and Amboy, Aeeonuaedatlon, 1st Class t At 6 P. M-, via Csmdaa and Amboy, Aeeommada-Uon, 2nd Class 1 The6P.lt. Una runs .daily, all ...

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Id=246 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

LOCAL FREIGHT N O T I 0 E—T H E PKNNSYLf ANU RAILROAD COMPANY are now prepared to receive and forward FRKIOHT between PhiladelphiaLancaator, atii Columbia , at the follow^ rates per hundred pounds: DKTWBEIf PHILA: AND COLUMBIA. VlntOlaas. BecradOlau. Third Cum. IcurthOlan. i2ct». 18cto. 16ct>. HtU. Flour' 18 cts. per barrel. Pig metal. 10 cts. per 100 pounds. ' BEfWBBN FIIILA, AND LANOASIKBFirst Glass. Second Class, Third Class, fo ' urth Class. 20 etc. ., IT cts. 16 cts. 13 cts. Flour. * 25 cts. per barrel. Kg Metal, lOcts.pcr 100 pounds. . ¦ i ABTIOLESOPWBSlf OLAS3. BooksFreshFlah, Boots and Shoes, Nuts in Bag) Cedar and Wiodcn Ware, Porter and Ale in bottles, Dry Goods, Poultry in coops, Bggs.' Pork, (freah,) SurultwB, SonHry,(d»Bi»l,) leathers, Wrapping Paper. ARTICLES OF 2d CLASS. Apples, Molasses, Ohecso, i Melons, Clover and Grass Seed, Oll> in caakJ or barrels, Crockery, Paper in boxes, Candles, ' Pasteboard, Casks or Barrels, (empty,) Peaches, (dried,) Oro...

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Id=285 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

pENSSYLVANtft.'! BAlEBOAB^^ Untie Citiaa with ;Westars, NorU> * -wa<iani; " sal So»» westarn Statesby a eontinuau Bail»ay ilwet. lilt Boadalso ocnnecia at JPjttaferrii with doily liae* ' steamers to all naintt m tha WMt«r» Blven, aadi: Cleveland and £sdusky with Steomea to aU port* no the North-westara £stes; making tli^mst WBEOT, CHEAPEST and RELIABLE BOCTEby which Fraifht can be fonrarded to anS from tha OKBiT WIST. BATES BETWBKN PHILADELPHIA ADD PITTS BCBOH. JFiaST Culss—Boots, Shoes, Hatsand, ' Caps, BooksDry Goods, {in boxea. . bales and trunks)Dcoes(iu boxaa' v. , and Wu) PMthers, Ttiri, tc V .W». per 100 Ik gxcxaD Cubs—^Domeatic eheeting. Shirting; and Titling, (in original bales), Drugs (in casks) Hardware. Lextlur, (iitrolls °r>>XM), frool] - - and Shea?Pelts,Esrtwsrs, ie. te....t0e. par 100ft Tliao C"sa—Anvils, Steel, Chains, • (In cuka), Demo, Baoon *n4 Pork, Saltea, (looss or in sitirs), Tobacco , . .mmnuuetund,(exceptOigaraoreui ic.,4c JOe....

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Id=260 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

HrELMBOLD'8 GENUINE PREPARAL TION, Extract Bachu, removes all the Bymptona, among which will be found Indisposition to exertion, Loss of Power, Lou of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, General WeakpeaaHorror of Disease, Weak Nervos, Trembling, Dreadful Horror ' of Death, Night Swcata, Cold Feet , 'Wakefqlness, Dimness of VisionLanguor, Universal Lissltoii* ot the Muscular S/jt(im. often enormous Appetite or Dyapejptio Symptoms, Hot Hands, Flushings of the Body, Drynoss of tho SkinPallid Countenance, Eruptions on the Face, Pains In tho Back, Ueavl"esa of the £yo LUls, frequently IllackSpotd Hying before the Byes, with temporary Suffusion. Los* of Sight. If theae symptons are allowed to go on, which this inedlclne invariably romores, Boon follow Fatuity and Epileptic tita TTELMBOLD's GENUINE PREPARAXI TION, Extract Bnchu, for all Diseases of the BladderKidneys. Gravel, ftropay, Nervous and Debifitated Sufferers. IF YOU ARE SUFFERING WITH ANY of the above distressing ailments, uae HEL...

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Id=259 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

iReoicinea NINETEENTH OENTURYl—THE GREAT REMEDY OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY IS TUG IMPERIAL DEPTJRATIVK. This Is now the great atandard remedy for diseases of the BloodStomach and Liver. ¦ If you have • Cancerous or Scro/Votf*,affection, at once tuie ths Imperial Depurative. Tetter Ar« you troubled with this obatiuate and uu-Eleaaant disease? TJM the Imperial Bcpurative. Try ut one bottle. ' Have you White Swelling, Hip Diseaso, or Olandular Swellings ? The Imf trial Dcfilrativt will effect a cure. Try It. * For Pimples, Blotches and Eruptions of the Skin generally, you have a prompt and certain remedy In the Imperial Depurating. One bottle will satisfy you of its efficacy. Use the Imperial Depuralive, if yon would have a clear, healthful, and beautiful complexion. Use the Imperial Depurative for a diseased state of the Liver or Stomach. For females of a weak and debilitated habit and shattered nerves, the Imperial Depurative is just what is required to re-Invigorate the frame...

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Id=287 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

sOHAKGE OF HOURS.—PHILADELKJ PUIA, WILJUNllTOS ANS BAtTUtOaB'iUL BOAD. ... . .' - ..;' On and after Tbqrsdsy, Jaly adMat. PAS3ENGEB TSAINS iSaTE PBlEiDELJHIA For BaJtbnora at 8 A. M-, IP. M.,* (Ixprto,) and II For WUmingtaa at 8 A. M., 1,4J5 sadU P. H. For New Castle at 8 A. *»., 1 and 4JS P.-M. Fcr«iadleto»nat8A.S>.a3id4J5P.U. ' For DonrM 8 A. M. am! 4 JS P. M. •- ForSeafoldatSA.K. wdaJSP. H. - TBAIS3 IOS PHTLADKLPHIA L»ve Boltlnion st 8.54, Exptna, 11 A, M., oad >_B Laa ' va Wilmington at« M ami 11 i3 A. «., and la and9.65 P.M. - - .-. LeaveN«wOa»U. atBJO sad 11« A. li ^ oritM Laava Wddletown at 10.00 A. X. sad losi. tt Ls'vs Dover at 8.60 A.M. sniTP. Jf. ' ' Leavu Seafard at 7.06 A. M. aai « 08 P.»:-TBALVS 101 BALtUUM"*"-; ^ -: . Leave wnmlngtoo at «JS A.H., 3 P.M. aa? tJJT ^ g^SCAta only a* U P H. from PhOsilsbkia Baltimora. - ¦' •- ¦" , ¦ - do. da. B-Si P. M. from BsIUmm* to PhnadeJpUii. , ¦ BALTtUOBB AND HATBE DE GBACS AOCOBMO. DATION TBAIH Leaves Havre dtOrs...

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Id=289 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

X AND NOBBISTOWN BAILBOAV-STUMSB ABRANGEMENTS. On and after Mayjth , 18S7. . FOB OEBMANTOWB. - Leave Philadelphia at 6,18, 910-nia., 10,11^, A. M y aid J, 13-10 mia., 4,6, 6, 7, 8,9, UV, P. M. Leave! Germsntown at 8, 7, 7-35. 8,9-Iu min., VSV, UXA. M.. 1, * S-lOmia.,4. 6,67,8WJ<. P. M. The 7J5 o'clockA. U., trainfroaiGtrmaiUwa , wU not atop »l iatarmadiata gutioas. . . OS scsnAVSl Leave Philadelphia at 9-20 A. M., S, S, 10,5-» ssd Leave Germutowa at 8-20,9-30 A.M., 1-10,4V, « IS, and 7 P. M. CHJSTNTJT HILL RAILB9AD. . Leave Philadelphia at «, 8,9-10 Bin., UJf A. M, J, ' Leave Chestont HUI st 7-15, T-35,10-10,11-18, saia., A.M., 1-40, 8-40,4-40, 7-40,10-10min., P. M. OX BCXDATS. Leave Philadelphia at 9-30 A. M , 3, 5X and 8 P. M. Laava Chaotant HOI at 8 A. M., U-SO, C-V). asd 6-40, On' and after May 4th, ISJT. TOB MASAYUNK, C0NSH0H0CKBN, AND NOB BISTOWN. Leave Philadelphia at 6,9, lad 11, A. M., aad 3, *X, 8V,aadiyr,r.M. Leava Nonistown at 7,9, aad 11, A. II., 3, sad 8*. o...

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Id=290 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

N ORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. FOB SKTHLKaSM, XASTOS, ALLENTOWN, MAUCH CHOKE, WILKSSBABBX, DOYLBSTOWN, IHiOUQH TO BETHLEHEM WITHOUT CHANGS W» CABS. On and after Wednesday, July 8th, 1S57. the trtits ob thla Rood will laava aa follows , doily, (Sundays ex cented: For Bethlehem, East on, AKentown, Maudi Chunk. Wlkesbam, Ac, via Leh' gh Valley Boilroad , Momios For Bethlehem, EaatonAllaatawi, Maueh Chunk vla^hlgh TallayBailroai, Kvanintilyrea,, at 3« at P Iroa C |S" .Saon MtOn * " * U P " "¦ '*"** "" ' ^ | < ^j Bo ^ eltowl1 ' (Awommodsliofl) at 14S A. M. aad tor Owynedd, (AccomnocUtion) at« Si P. if. mSTBBSlKO. Laava Bethlehem at »1J A. M. and S 4i P. M. with Passengers, via LaSugb Ysilty Boilrosd, firoD Ssstoo AlUntowa , Uanch. Cbnnk, WUkesbsm, *c, airivlai in Philadelphia at 1210 M. sad 5 45 P. II. Leave " Doylestown. (Accommodation) at 8 4S A U. andtlOP.M. Laavaaaryaedd, (AMonunodation) at8MA. If ON BTODAY8. Leava Philadelphia for Doyleston , (AccoanodaHoo at S 30 A. M. ...

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Id=247 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

IMPOBTANT IMPROVEMENT—¦ NEW GAB CONSUMING FnnNAOB CMLSON'S NEW CONE FURKACE, after having been put to tho most severe test, during the two oold WisiKBB or 1830 jku 1857has proved to be the most powaful heater in tke worldsaving fropt k to# the fuel over any of tho best furnaces now In use, TBStiB FuaHiOKa are constructed with a cast iron as]i pit, and a broad, Bhallow pan-ahaped fire potlined with fire-brick or iron staves. The ure pot Is surmouut. ed with A BBRIES Of 00NE9, OK TAPSUNQ RADIATORS , large and.broad at thoir baso, but tapering to small apertareaatthe top, and unltiogwith the anular obambef, through which the heat and smoke pass to the Uuv. Tint wholb produots of combustion iu the form of smokt and disks, aro suspended directly over the fire , COSFISBD or wmjiremcd luto the tapering Ooseb and OOHT1MDALL7 ExFoSBD to the direct action of the rays Of heat and light from the fire. This heat and light la brought to a roocs in xaoh Cohi, not unlike the COLLECTION OF THE...

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Id=235 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

riPi»«-Siiirti««W f;'- -:..Vr - ..«r.1wii-iuniMo«,IU»*ntMi- ; .v . -.. ^;^»jh<:-wijAtfiHif^i- ' .i -• * •\'a " |% »» . fli»iQld,ft»im»Mtwtoi- 2s- f '- i ¦ ¦ . ,, airhliliwhedBrbBMtta . ioyiood' jyeiitt, ,/ !a«fe*eJtte)>)i<>««»1re».j»n»S>#J>* i ?.;- ' --. B«for«lj«liopo«w«r«dliniMaJ>r »»n. ' a But well renmkbsrtd U sUtiSfwotS— " J ! f V,; ¦ ' ~ ^Jj^jm ^^M»ktWu«ii»i»i,Jc ' :,- •" ' ,7 Wtot^WMi jwrl In Mfc!«;iwu»f iprlng., Ajid o'er thy bwtyluuelMthj wept; ¦ -• -. ¦ ¦ - Qrtfly^«»|(tl(VM4<ta«Si»4 winj. - -> • / , 1IiWtof«tt'«if«ri«imfotmi" -*, ' / <:" . Tiy tn»tUk qjirit rtiimii ssiui,' ' /:*' ' ",' .KMpmjtittlrattffeotioDjftrm ,.- ^. : [{. A»flE»H,*»fSSB5*»««t.*O?l»l*.;>-, .: ' . " ' ' > •'.;'{. f-.t < ! T:Y?8-«*»S.ni»-ifiMOl4Bl?^B:;. . .-. \ t«!«ing,M in those gold«n hours) - ¦-' WbM Blfc, »adtow, v#}mmnjeatf,: ¦l- \ IThjIoFMBy.ttmiodoBripMhwith.Iowere— •:; Oh sing the str»in that thon you...

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Id=266 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

ITOWARD FIRE AND MARINE INJiiNKi^ 1 ^ 15 C°MPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. FRANKHN BUILDINOS , No. 94 WALNUT STREET. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $600,000. Invested J&?om «™™»™J Flrat BoMs and Mort~ges on Property In the City of Philadelphia S135 000 Stocks worth pw " •¦ ;• 222' l00 Cash on hand...., ;"" 6l ' l90 Amount secured by Stock notes too ' 000 Amount or Stock due on call... ' .. ";"_;¦"'"; j ' tjo This Company eiTecta'insurances on Buildings, Merchandise, Furniture, Lumber, ftc; on Vessels Oarjro and Freight, to all ports, and by Railroad, Uke«, and Rivera, at the lowest rates, and upon the moat liberal terms, guarantying Prompt Payment on'the adjustment of loBBeB. , fXT^Perpetual Insurance made upon the nsual terms DIRECTORS. P. M. PottoWm. T. Leech, 0. E. Spangier, B. T. Kensil, Abr'm. Rex, H. II. Houston, Wm. H. Woods, Jos. R. Withers, George Howell, Abr'm. P. Eyre, J. Edgar Thomson, W. Balguel, C. G. Sower. Oharlea F. Norton, John W. Sexton, John H. LewaraJ Herman Ilaupt, James...

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Id=288 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

SPRING ABBAJfGEMENT.—PENXSYLTANIA CEJiTRAL KADLBOAS^Bitnbis; ia direct connection with the PITtSBUBOH, J OBT WATNIASD OHICAOO RAILBOAD. For Cincinnati, St. Louis, Iowa City. Louisville. Hew Orleans* , St. Pauls, Indianapol is, Cleveland, Kanass, Terrr HautoChicagoNebns£s. In sdvuca of all other routes out of Philadelphia. Rrminf elm cmetittscm tcitA all (Ic Crsat Wcsttnt S«tlrsaili. , . < THBOrGH TBAIS8 . Leave Philadelphia, for Pittsburgh «sdwtxtant tittaa, from the Pennsylvania Railroad PaSMnger Statioa, south-east corner of ELKVKJTK sad MA3&IT straats. (entraaceoa Eleventh street,) aifoUaws: --. MaUTrsin .7 at 7—,A.M. FsatLine at 12 So, P.M. EtpretsMaU atUOCmtM. Columbia B. B. Una leaves for Bairisbnrg- at S £>, P. M., Laacsstax lAccommodatias,) at 4.S0F. V. The Bxprass Mail rum daily, tM other trains, Sundays excepted. For further particulars sea hind-bUlsat tha uUarant stutiag-polata. Fassangars from tha West wOl And thia tha shortet and most expeditions...

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Id=250 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

iSoBiittta Same SAVI *G FUND—FIVE PEE CENT. INTBBS8T—NATIONAL SAFETY THUS! CO5IPANY.4WAL8UT SUBSttT, SODTH-WESIOOENER OF TH»DPHILADELPHIA, ' iHooirosATKD bt thh St&ti or Pbbkstlvahia. Money Is received In any sum, large or small , and intentti Wd ttom the day of deposit to the day of wlth-The ' oScs l» open every day from 0o'clock In the mornlnt till T o'clock In the evening, and on Monday and Thursday evenings till 9 o'clock. All Alertslarge or small, are paid back in gold on demand, tithoift notice, to any amount. ' 1 HON. HBNBY L. BKNNBB, President I ROBERT SKLtfRIDGE, Vice President. Wa.J-BJSSO, Secretary. ' '! ¦ I ' C1BB0I0B9: ' Hon.Henry L. Banner, 0. Landroth Mnnns, EUifitd h. Oarter, V. Carroll llmwiter, Robert Selfrldge, Joseph B. Barry, ' Samli K. Ashton , Henry L. Ohurchman, James B. Smith, Francis Lee. This Company confines ts business entirely to the recelvlsg of money on interest. The Investments, amounting to over ' ' ON» MILLION AND A HALF OB DOLLARS, a...

Publication Title: Philadelphia Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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