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Id=257 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

PENN STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER WORKS. REANEY, NEAFIE & CO., PRACTICAL AND THEOBKMCAL ENGINEERS, . MACHINISTS, B0ILKB-MAKKR8, BLACKBHITHBAND F0CNDEB3. ; Having for waay fewn been in successful operation, and been eXeluslve&engaged in building and rspalriog Mulne ud River Engines, high and low pressure, Iron BoatsWatn 1 TanksPropellers, Ac4c, retpectfolly ".Her their aervlcea to t&e_puh!lc, u being fully prepared Stationary. latpi t^^A^i,^, .^ dtfVersnt alien an prepared to «oipt« ordeni w!tn\SSSi™J.,-in' Kvery description of Pattern-making made at the shortest notice. High "and,.Low Preuura, Flue, Tubular and Cylinder B61lers,ot the oeat Pennsylvania charcoal iron. Forgings of all alies and kinds; Iron and Brass Castings of all descriptions; Boll. Turning, Screw Cutting, and all other work connected with tho above bualnens. . Drawings and ipedCcatlona for all work done at their establishment frte'of charge, and work guaranteed. The subicrlben have ampls -erhar...

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Id=291 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

wharf iaily, (Sundays excepted.) . ""r aei »l'«t down passenger train will l«sve Vine street wharf at 7-30 A. St. ^wonddown^asMEpr train will leave Vina stoat ^ Frelghttrainsi with passenger car attached, W5 A. BataraUuriWill leave Atlantic City aa loUswa: iMtpusaiijar trafaat «joa.K. Secpaflt t- dp..................... 4SAP w " freight testa. 3*Sp "5: >ASSXNOBB8 »OB HADDONFmj) Will lem Tina straat wharf at 10-45 A. M., and 4-t5 ?. WtU le»v« HiadaafaU »t T-» A.«., aad 2 * w Fraight inust he deUnsed at Pooper'a Point jr. » o'clock, P. X., to Ihson ita going doroln tijamoiitat Tia Company wIU not ba responsible to aav roods nnmrec^ and ~-^»^jtfgS TMTANI LLA .SQPE^SOPEKiQa .-jf* J>Tf% HIIJiA BOPJE ^ aMffilfiulizea^ sol for ^u ^r ^ ' - „ w WSAVlBE, FIT£B& tt QO •W-tf Ho.»H.w»»«frt. 1«a4mf.wulm.

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Id=271 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

ARCTIC FIRE INSURANCE COMPANYNEW YORK.—Office, No 29 Wall street, ad. joining the Mechanics ' Bank—Cash Capital, (230,000, with a surplus. This Oompany Insure BuIldlngaJ MerchatuUce, Furniture, Y«sselain port and' their Cargo«t t and other property, against Loss or Damage by Fin and the Risks of Inland Navigation. DIRECTORS. Henry Qrlnnell, Joshua L. Pope, Caleb Bantow, -Burns R. Graves, Henry O. Brewer, Henry Davis Edmund Penfold, 0. H. Llllenthal, H&twon K. Corning, Theo. Polnemas, Jr. Ogden Haggerty, Ellaha E. Morgan, Thomas Monagan, Abm. R. Van Neat, JohnU.Eule, WUllam A. Cary, Albert Ward; Thomas 8. Nelson, Charles Eaaton, Jamea W. Phillips, Loula Lorut. . Charles A. Macy, Samuel 0. OUdden, Edward Hincken, Steph, CambreUng, Wm.E. Shepard, Thomas Scott, Charlea L. Frost, John Ward, Lothrop L. Sturges, Henry K. Bogert, William B. Foidlck, Peter Edes, Emery Thayer, Benjamin II. Field, Geo. Westfeldt, A.R. Frothingham, Zalmon Taylor, Thos. F. Youngs, Henry E. Blossom. Sam...

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Id=268 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

C VREAT WESTERN INSURANOE AND n TRUSTOO ^ PHrLADELPHU . No.SaHlatelOT) WALNUT STREKT. Charter perpetual. Anthorlted capital, KO0.OO0. FIRH INSUHANOE—Oo merchandise generally, household furniture , on stores, dwellings, ic. Limited or perpetual. ; MARINE INSURANOE—On cargoes, freights, and vemols. to all parts of the world. INLAND IN8URANCB^-On gooda by rivers, ianalB, lakea, and land carriage, to all parta of the country. ' DlBBCTORS. Charles 0. Latarop, 1423 Walnut Strust Alexander WhllloSn, 14 North Front Street. Henry D. Moore, Farquhar. Buildings, Walnut St. John 0. Hunter, firm or Wright, Hunter & Co. E. 7racy, firm of Tracy & Baker. Thos. L. Glllespie, firm of GUlesple k Zeller. Stillooll S. Bishop, Arm of Bishop, Simons t Co. William Darling, (late or Reading.) Isaac Hazlehurst, Attorney and Coufisallor. J. R. McCurdy, firm of Jones. White & MeOurdy. John Rice90 South Fourth Street. Jaa.B Smithfirmo/Jame»B.Smith * Co. ' Theo. W. BakerGoldsmiths' Hall...

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Id=256 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

TJICHARD NORRIS & SON, LOC0MOXVtivb steam bnginb builders, SEVSNISBNIIt 8TBSST, nAMILTOS, PAtRVIXW AMD 8PB1HO 0AHDRS STEBETS, PHILADELPHIA. Engaged exclusively In the manufacture of LOCOMOTIVE STEAM ENGINES. Manufacture to, order Locomotives of any arrangementweight or capacity, for the u»« of Wow! or. Coke, or Bituminous Coal i* its rrude statt, or ANTHRACITE COAL, WITHOUT KMITTISO BHOKB, GAB OB FIBB. In design, material and workmanship, the Locomotives produced at these Works aro equal to, and not excollecbyaoy. The materials uaedin construction are made on the spotand insure tbe best quality aod'niost reliable stock. The large extent of Shops, and Complete Equipment o/ laaehitury and Tools, enable them to execute the ' BEST OP WORK WITH GREAT DESPATCH, OP Al>r ARRAHCIEMEIfT HEQU1I\ED. CHILLED GAR WHEELS, HAMMERED AXLES, With Forginjs of. any sice or form,. IKON AND BRASS 0A8TINO8, And MACHINE WORK generally. BICHAItD RORRIII. UE.1KV LATIHES H0HBIS. aul-lr :

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Id=270 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY .—The PENN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY, Southeast Comer of THIRD and DOCK BtrMt». Capital, |612, »!5 OS. ! INSURES LIVES for short terms, or for the whole term of life—grants annuities and endowmentsy-pnrchases life on Interests in Real Estate, and mates alt contracts depending on the contingencies of Life,; They act aa Executors, Administrators, Assignees, Trustees and Guardians. MONEY RECEIVED ON DEPOSIT inanyamennt-Fiva Per Cent. Interest allowed from date ot deposit , payable back on demand without notice. ASSETS OF THE OOMPANY, January lat, 1857. Loans of the State of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia City, P«nn'» Railroad, Camtl«n > and Amboy Railroad, and other Loans S179,B*9 S3 Bonds, Mortgages and Real Estate 111 ,137 IB Stocks In Banks, Insurance, Gas and Rail- ' ¦ road Companlea 81,729 9a Premium Notes and Loans on Collaterals 193,092 ol Oaah ia Bank, dne from Agents, Inter- ' trt, fc« 8>,T80 47 Oua»DteeCapital,Subscription Noto...

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Id=239 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

Scene at a ly>chla(. , ¦ ' : The Qnindaro correspondent of the Boston Journal relates the. following ' incidentj as ocourr.ng at the recent elocution of the murderers, at Leavcnworlh, by tbepeople of that town: t.iJjjdgo ' .latta forced his WBy. through th6 crowd until Be reached Qaarles, who was already nearly 'deadwith fear.-' " Have you any friends for whom you w!sb l |o have a message7" he asked. "U'b6 ripe was ab-asdy m tight thot Quarlcs's eyo3 wero 'BtirKng from thoir sockets; but gasped out: al have a wife and three children, whoilve in New Vorlt; I-r——".. ¦ 'He was too late. The people were determined that St. least one criminal should be punished without judicial or executive interference. He never finished tho sentenoo. * and In a second his body was dangling In the air. His hands were not tied, and he succeeded in reaching tho rope above his head, and raising himself for a moment.: But there was a wrench ' from the crowd st tho other end; some stout ruffian spru...

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Id=248 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA TYPE FOUNDRY—N. W. Cor. THIRD and OHESNUTSts. , L. PELOUZE k, SON, thankful for the liberal patronftgO heretofore accorded to their Establishment, and desirous to merit its continuance, would announce to Printers and Publishers that their new SPECIMEN BOOK is now ready, and from their increased facilities, ate now prepared to furnish every thin; neceasary la a complete Printing EatabUahment, at «b« shortest no. tloe. Their long practical experience Id the bnilneas, ani the fut of, their penonal superinfodene* of the manufacturing department, justitfes them In assertiog that tney can furnish *> more durable and better fig-| l»fJ artlcla thin tteir coleraponrlM. . .Those, therefore , who desire Printing, 1 Materials, Would do well to apply to them previous to purchasing elsewhere , - . , > ,. , .; > . Old type taken at t cents per pound, in exchange for new'at ipeclmen prices. aul-tf BW. TINGLET & COTBANKERS, • ' No. 97 South THIRD Street ...

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Id=261 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

lioolB ana Slices. N ~~7rT^rs3uTHiaW~ corn1r'™ of MARKET and FIFTH Streets. Gentlemen's Best Patent Leather Gaiter Boots. " ¦' Calf do. do. " " Patent Leather Oxford Tlea. " " Calf do. do. « << Patent Leather and Calf narrow strap Shoea. Boys' and Youths' Patent Leather and Calf Bkin Qaltar Boots and Shoea. anl-tf For sale by GEO. W. TAYLOR. PALL STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES. -JOSEPttH. THOMPSON k CO.. Ho. S14 MAKKET Street, and Nob. 3 and 6 FRANKLIN PLACE, have cow In store » large and yell-aswrted stock of BOOTS and BH0E8, of City and Eastern manufacture, which they offer for .aale on the best tcrnm for Cash, or on the usual credit. Barer* are invited to call and examine their stock. aut-dtf . . jfiHARLES P. CALDWELL—TVholfesale \J and Retail WHIP and CANE Manufacturer, Mo 4 .Borth FOURTH Street. ¦ • • ' aut

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Id=244 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

Major Phelps was in this city yesterday, on dill way to the But. He accompanied Col. Johnsonfr-expeditloa to ratvey.and mark the southern boundary line of Kansw for about'two hftddred' «Hd;tiferity;mUeswe«tof the-Missouri boundary line; 1 ¦ TVheH' he 'left the' eipeditici w«fl .making good progress,.expecting to complete ' their work and return by the.n>ontn of Novunber The comma^^ etWlthflp Interruption whauvwyand ' Ool Johnson, it It believed, will make a rety nattering ' reportofthecountrycyerwhieh,hehaapassed and Will have' {6; pass heMaftef. ' A well-masked road ha* beetfUMebythejiumber of wagons' attached tofthli expedition, and the work done upon it at the crossing of stream' and other difficult plaoe« Hereafter, there will be no difficulty lntfolTowlng the route In Stn Mexico, and wood add water will be found in ahuninave.—St. Lavis Repitltimi, AVf.li. '•< ¦' " ' ., ¦ . ' • ' ,• " : ' • ' .-• Z- Matellantoiig.v "¦" . ¦ ' " OTE¥fE^FOR~^o6T~IJjJin)I3. TBIUt...

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Id=269 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE INX SURANCE COMPANY, incorporated by th« State of Pennsylvania in 1848, are now established in! their NEW OF*ICENo. 433 CHESTNUT Street, where they are prepared to mike ALL KINDS OF INSURANCE, from LOSS BY MSB , on. property of every description, In Town or Country, Including PUBLIC BTJILSINOS, DWELLING8 STOBES, WAREHOUSES, FACTORIES and MANUFACTORIES, WORK8HOP8, VESSELS, da]k Aim MERCHANDIZE of all kinds: STOCKS OP GOODS, Stocks of COUNTRY STORES, GokJb on STORAGE or In BOND, STOCKS and TOOLS of ARTIFICERS and MECHANICS: FURNITURE'JEW. ELBY, FIXTURES4c, kc, Ice , 4cat modtrate rates ofpremiumand for any period of time. This Oompany refer to thalr past career aa an ample guarantee for the PROMPT SETTLEMENT of all their LOSSES. There are at thla time no unsettled clalnu against them. ROBERT P. KINO, Pres't. M. W. BALDWIN, Vice Pres't. yajsoia Blaoiboxi, Sec'y. aul-3m

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Id=267 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

TTHE QUAKER CITY INSURANCE X COMPANY, Office No. 408 (late 92) WALNUT St. Capital and Surplua1260,000. This Oompany continues to make Insurance against loss or damage by Fire and the Perlta of the Sea , Inlanit Navigation and transportation, at current rates. ! • DmOE&S. President—GEO, H. HART Vice Prealdeat—E. P. RQ33. Secretary and Treasurer— H. R. C0GG9HALL. Assistant Secretary—S. II. BUTLER. DIRECTORS. George H. Hart, ¦ E. W. Bailey, E. P. RoasCharles G. Imlay, A. O.OattellWm. D. Lewis, Jr., Joseph Eawarda, J.L. Pomeroy, John G. Dale, Andrew B. Chambers, Hon. Henry M. Fuller, H. R Coggahall, Foster 8. PerkinsSamuel Jones, H. D., John H. Chamber!, A. F. Gheesbrongh. au 8-1V

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Id=258 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

HANDY & MORRIS—MANUFACTURERS OF CUMBERLAND WROUGHT IRON TUBES FOR GAS, S1EAM OR WATER. ALSO, GENERAL IRON COMMISSION MESCHrs. . Warehouse S. B. corner FRONT and WALNDT. aul-Dm , i

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Id=265 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

FL OORING BOARDS—28,680 feeTCaro Una sowing boards, afloat , for tale by -• ' MABIlrftMAOAilBTEB' ' Ml ¦ : ' 1M North vTatorgWit. --! rJfiiaatanw ' jfiSnajomw ' ; "'"' 7" r\TEPTUNB ' INSURANCE COMPANY.— J.1 OMIOB 414 WALNUT St.. Franklin Buildings. FIRS AND MARINE INSURANCE. CAPITAL$100,000.WITH PRIVIWIGE ToJNOBEASE TO 600,000. This Company Is now fully organ sedand prepared to make a)l Kinds of Insurance against loss or damage by Fire and Marine Perils, at current rates omozita. n. C. LADOHMN , President. BIOHABP SHIELDS, Vice President. OE0. SOOTT, Secretary. DIBECTOB8. II. O. Laughlln, George MInBter, D. Bharwood W. C. Btotesbury, Ww. OaborneB. M. Carllle, Richard ShieldB, O. 0. Butler T.F. Shews!!, Geo. Scott. faulO-y

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Id=241 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

John ritzgereldj' a yonng man, was killed in » flgbtit 8t, Loali, op Saturday cvenlog, by I ' AffilPM i . , ,. ,. . "- -Theory oliptMlng. , . jr Th« theory (if grtflliig. is ' simple. ' ;A slioot of tine doslrod variety in made, by oloao mechanical fitting, to unite with the stock or mitu ial »eedllng;"which'woSJlt^. 'b par fr|ilt of no value; : " Wheii tliis me6h8r(<ci»l union is, made, the sap flows op'through tno sap-vessolH, oi pores of the stock, into corresponding vessels of the scion, or 'graft; aiid, passing on, expands the buds of tho Utter. The leaves, when expanded; product or olaborato sap, as fast aa' it flows into, them, and which before was pearly pure water, into the,proper juice of the plant,-which now contains ample materials foi Aew wood, derived thrctagV'the leaves. This descends through, the inner Dark ana deposits new layers of wood. This now deposit cements and secures flrmlyjthe stoekind graft together " iiid the"y bi*cpm$> .one. iree.. ...

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Id=234 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857

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Id= 30 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

-, -,,.;,.,G.BEAT .BRITAIN. • •::,'.. Lord JohnjBu»s<il!;hM obtained" a Committee of the Housa of Commons io consider wherther the Act 5 and fi' William IV, C/IS2, is applicable to oaths appointed by law to'be taken by members of the House at the table, previous); to their taking their seats, a ' ru) | n what manner the .said act .can bo so applied, and to'TepoH their'observations thereupon to the House. ' .fibiaeet ollowsi pernons to take oatbs in a manner wiwb they think • most binding, and It is beHevcd"tBat ' , under ils,prbvtsions, Baron Rothschild can take ' bis seat in Par-, liamont. , . . . ,.,, ,, , ,j . ' • It is belloved that Parliament , will b ' e.prprogried either on Saturday, tho 22d,' o? on Monday, .Uld. :24th instant, it being impossible to Dridg'the [busi: ness , before the House of Cpmmont to a termination before that period. ' , ' t ::• ¦ .-It la said that the now Speaker; Mr. 1 El ' Benlson, is notcbmfortable in bisnew position—tbit the long, hours and ...

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Id= 34 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

GENERAL NEWS The jail of Lehigh county, on Friday " night, experienced a general delivery, by tbe esespe of all tbe prisonersfour in number, one of whom ws3 an Irishman named Daniel Ferry, about twentythree years of agethick set, who had been only last week sentenced to an imprisonment of five months for assault and battery; the second, a German named John Stutter, imprisoned for nosmai-ntenasce of hit wife; the third, also £ German named August Werner, for larceny of a hat; and the fourth named Henry Keck, charged, with assault. . ...,., An interesting case Came up before file United States Commissioner' * Court in Boatob ' ori Monday, 0Q.A oomnlaint of .9lint-'Peaslee against his brother Beuben, utkm a charge of secretinz a letter intonded-for himfrom a young lady in Kew York, between whom sentiments of high personal' esteem were reciprocal. The letter was produced and read in court, and is said to be well calculated to gratify the feelings of its lawful ownerand to justif...

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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

under the . , command of, the British cabinet—Sixteen, thousand miles distant! Tho 1 repent rapid changes'of ministry in Australia, each change introducing nioro and more or' the Democratic clement, indicate a great deal. And if Australia should achieve her independence she may speedily expand into a great nation. . ' • , ¦ ' . , The iiaineral wealth of Australia is greatly in favor of this. But there is much more. The supply of- wool and tallow is sufficient to mak« a great exporting trade of itself. Hemp and flax aro also most abundant, as Veil as gums, grain, and the more valuable timber used in the finest upholstery.' The actual resources of Australia are not only undeveloped, 7mt are scarcely ascertained as yet. It may bo emphatically called a great country. The'discovery of its vast and valuable mineral wealth led to . the introduction, among a largo, increase of immigrants to that colony, of a great many American citizens, thoroughly imbued with Democratic principles. The...

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Id= 25 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

the prlnolples of .the CoMtltiltlon as understood by' Washington, Jefferson, and Jackson, boldly njnintained and vindicated. • tlt*olved, That no cordially approve of the eoarso of President Buohnnnn Rndliovoruor Walker in -Kansas affaire. Their prompt and just efforts to secure to the bona fide citizens of .that hitherto unfortunate Territory the right of selfgovorriment delegated to them by Congrtu in tho organic aot, and to prot«ot them in the full and fret) enjoymont and exorciso of that right in deciding on a Constitution preparatory to admission us a State into tbe Union—though censured and denounced by Southern and Northern ultroE—demand and will receive tbe approbation of all fair-minded, law-abiding, and Wnion-loving men in overy section of our country. ' Resofvtd, That in Wm. P. Paoker, of tycoming, the Democracy have a gubernatorial candidate of nigh character for integrity and intelligenceof largo experiBnoa in State affairs, familiar with the workings of tho several...

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