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Id=215 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

gMMT£;new \ l^Bt ; HerajrtfipD' EAjiBoip.VW'e; see; it ilo^dia the Washington .R «jrar«r thut Work ivill poqomniepcefj , on the HompOcld this week, and tbalnying of the traok pushed forward with vigor. ItiBtho desire of tbo managers of the road to have It completed-to this place by the Whcoling fair, which will take placq on the 10th and lTthaoyKof peji^m^rjijixt.',' . ' . ' ,V " "" ''"' ' . . '- ' ¦ Sxuxxd Goods bt ;Sampi.e.—An ngdnt of a New York firm wos lately arrested ond tried in I'ortlunrti M<i.,fQr'8e)!ing goods by sample, inf violntlonpf thei law bf.th ' at Stnto.'whioh prohibits any jioWk not. H0tjpg.,t!i9n for 4V? JO»« i'^ltlien of the State, from travelling from plaoo to place 111 that Stateor from plnoe to plaoe withlu nny city or town within the State, with samples of merchandize, for the-purpose of making sale by eucli 'tojlMj to'. : The dtsfence irfts that the igont'did n'ot 'J ofivelfrom jlaoe'to plaie^'bttt opened a room an > d. sold to nierchan...

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Id=218 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

FOREIGN ITEMS A Legacy.—Among the ignorant it is believed that the rope by which a person hns been executedj has marvellous qualities- A French workman recently committed suicide, leaving behind him the following note :—" Farewell, my wife and children ! As I havo no fortune to bequeath youI leave you an article which will enable you to succeed in all you attempt. Divide amongst you the rope with which I havo hanged myself." Viscount Cablinopobd 's jEbial Machine. —Viscount Carlingford, of Swift's-henth,Kilkenny, has patented an rorial chariotwith which ho anticipates obtaining great results. Tho improved machine is likely, it is said, to be experimented with shortly at-the Crystal Palace, Sydonham, London. The patentee states that " tho serial chariot in * form is something of the shape of n boat, extremely light, with one wheel in front and too behind, having too wings slightly concave, fixed to its side, and sustained by laths of halfhollow from passing against themand comm...

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Id=217 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

PARIS GOSSIP . [From tho Xow York Tiiuea.J Tlio incident of the election which most displeased the Emperor, ivos the success of Cavaiguac. Ko would sooner have been brought faco to face with any other man in tho Empire than with his hated rival of 1840. He will only be too glad if Cavuigniic refused to take the oath. Tlie heat that just now reigns in. Paris, sacrilegioualy culled by one of its talented writers, L'anti'chambre de I'en/er, is nt the maximum of 94 dog., which you will allow is'not bad in a latitude of 40 dog., north. Tho natural mildness of the climate contributes to an equalization of the general heat, and one does not suffer as much as from the same thcrniometrical heat of New York, for the reason that there the air is dry and piercing, whether in heat or cold; your winds corne from off a vast continent lying west of you, loaded with the dry air peculiar to the earth i whereas, at Paris, the air always comes from the ocean, and 13 ulways surcharged with more ...

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Id=248 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND i\. TRUST COMPANY. -Incorporated by tho Legislature of Pennsylvania. Capital f&OO,OUO. Charter perpetual. 'Office in the Company's Buildings8. E. Corner of WALNUT and FOTfRTH Streets, Philadelphia. This CompanJ insures lives doric'r the natanl life, or for short terms, at the usual mutual rates of other sound companies. Stock, rates about Twenty per cent, lower than above. Premiums niay be paid quarterly, half yearly or yearly FIVE PER CENT. SAVINOS IUND. Money received on deposit dally, by this cld-estrJ)- lished Institutionreturnable In Gold, oa demand, with five per cent. Interest added. Offlee hoars from 0 A. M till 5 P. M and on liondays till 8 P.M. ALEXANDER WUILLDUi John C. Sims, Sec'y. Taul-lOt] President. MANUFACTURERS' INSURANCE COMPANY.—Charter Perwttial. Granted by the State of Pennsylvania. Capital, $500,000. lire, Marine, and Inland Transportation. | . ' DIBJiOTOBS. Aaron S. Lipptacott, Charles Wise, Wm. A. Rhodes, Alfred Weeks, ...

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Id=219 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

. miscellaneous. J ~ AM^nKELTYTTsucces^lo^^ wimani Curtlfi) RegaliaHooks, Jewels, EmblemsMasonic and 'Kncampmcnt Charts, tec. Odd Fellows' Hall NORTH SIXTH STREET, below Raco, Philadelphia. Orders from any part or the country, addrensed to Jam«H Kelly, promptly attended to. au 1-lm CJILJEH WARE TVJU. WILSON & SON, ?3 Sftnufactnrcr.'i of SHrer Waro3. W. corner or FIFTH arid OI1EHRY STBKKTS. Kitobllnlied 111 181a. Silver Waro of e^ery description on hand or made to ordtr to match any pattern defiiri'd. ImjKH-ters of Fine Englldh Plated Ware. ' anl-lw HARLES TETE, COMMISSION MERCHANT aud Imjiorter of HAVANA SEQARS, (New) 138 Walnut street, second Btory. aul-ly J ~ 0llN N. REEVES, CARPENTER AND HUII.DKK, VABSYVNK ltOAD, opposite County l'ri«on. Orders for Jobbing promiitli attended to. anl-lm GIVE JIUFTY'S AMERICAN MANUTAOTUIUSD STKEI. l'EN a trial. 407 CHESTNUT Btrvot, above Fourth. $lpergrooH. iiul-lm JOSEPH BLAOK, Banner, Sign, Dccoratlvo and General ORNAMENTAL l'AINTlilt...

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Id=235 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

EVANS & WATSON'S PHILADELPniA MANUFACTURED SALAMANDER SAFES, No. 26 South FOURTH Street, Philadelphia.—TRUTH IS filKJUTY, AND MUST PREVAIL! Report of the Comtmttte appointed to Superintend tht Burning of the Iron Safes at Reading, February 21 tk, 1857 : RbadixoMarch 4th. The undersigned, members of tho committee, do respectfully report, that we naw the two Safes originally agreed upon oy FarrBl^ & Herring and Evans &. Watton, placed Bide by side in a furnace, viz ; the Safe Id use by the Paym&ater of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company, in his office at Reading, manufactured by Farrelfl A; Herring, and the Safe in use by II. A Lanti, in his storemanufactured by Evans k. Watson, and put In books and pupcrB precisely alike. The ftro was started at 8)£ o'clockA. M., and kept up until four cords of green hickory wood, two cords of dry oak and half chestnut-top wood were entirely con-Kiimed j the whole under the superintendence of the subscribe...

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Id=261 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

ATEW YORK LINES.-THE CAMDEN 11 AND AMBOY RAILROAD AND PHILADELPHIA AND TBXKTON RAILROAD COMPANY'S LINES FROU PBlLADBLPllIAi'O SEW YOBS. ASD WAY PLACES. Leave as follows, vis: Fake. At 1 A. M , from Kensington Depot, vis. Jersey ^ City, Msil $2 25 At 6 A.M., Tia Camden and Jersey City, New Jersey Accommodation 2 24 At o A. M , via, Camden and Amboy, Accommodation 2 2S At 7 A.M., via Camdeo and Jersey City, Morning Mall 3 00 AtlOA.M., by steamboat Trenton, via Tacony and Jersey City, Morning Express 3 00 At 2 P. M via Camden and Ambor, C. aud A. Express.... 3 00 At S P. M via Camden and Jersey City, Evening Mail 3 00 At 3 P.M., via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation, 1st Class "2 00 At3P M., via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation, 2»1 Class e. 150 At 6 P. M , via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation, 1st Class 2 00 At 6 P.. M., via Catnden and Amboy, Accommodation., 2nd Class 1 75 Tbe 5 P. M. line runs daily, all others Sundays excepted. Express Lines stop at the principal statues only. For ...

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Id=237 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

BE NN15 TX'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Pains aud Spr&iui. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho great Liniment, cures Wound* and Bruises. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho great Liniment, cures Rheumatism. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Neuralgia. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, curea Frosted Limbs. BE NNETT'S EMBROCATION—The irreat Liniment, cure.4 Sttellinra, BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Lliumeut, curea Chapped Uamli. BE NNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Lnnment, cures Tooth Ache. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Sore Throat. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, curea Galls and Bruises. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great LimineDt, cures Hums and SenliK BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Lumbago BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho great Liniment, cures Croup, BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Cramps, BE NNETT'S EMBROCATION—The Kre.it Liniment, curet Lumnt and Tumors. BE NNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho great Liuinicut, is th?...

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Id=256 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

SIX PENNY SAVINGS FUND, Corner of FIFTH and WALNUT Streets. Open dally, from 9 to 3, and on Tuesday and Fridav Evenings, until 8 o'clock. Large or small sums received, and paid without notioe, -with FIVE PER CENT. INTEREST, by check or otherwise. JOHN THOMSON, Pres't. vice rBKSlrjESTS . TIIO8. T TASKER, EDWIN M. LEWIS. BICBETABT 1KD TBIASCRRR, WM. T. KLBERT. TBCSrsBS, John B. AustinWm. C. Ludwlg, John E. Addicks, D. C. Levy, Selemon Alter, Charles E. Lex, M. W. Baldwin, A.MIskey, William Clark, Israel W. Morn', 'r-i Enliraim ClirkJr., Wm. Neal. Charles S Carstairs, Thos. Xeil<ou. Robert Claik, Thomas 3. ReeJ, •«• I>- A.J.DreXd, J.™e» Baxell, Charles Datllh, Tho. P.Sp»rh»wK. Wm. 1). Foster0<cir Thompson, Benjamin Oerhard, Peter Williainton, John Jordan, Jr., I«iaeS. Waterman, Lewis Lewis, Jr., Charles T. \erkes. aul-8m IVO. 83 (241) DOCK STREET.-FIVE 1* PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND. NO 83 (HD DOCK STREET. —FIVE PER CENT- STATE SAVINGS FUND. NO 83 (2-11) DOCK ...

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Id=216 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

Lafayette ' s Blrth-Daf. Tho Atta California suggests that tho flth of Soptcmbor should bo formally observed throughout tho Uuitod States asaNiitional holiday, as Lafnyetto was born on tho fith of September, . 1757, and on that day will bo oomploted u century sineo his birth 1 . " Tho suggestion is.a good onoi und >vu wish That it had been made earlier, and that inealuron had boen taken to get up such a, oelobration as' would have been worthy of tho liberal and high, minded Frenchman's riamo and memory. Something, howovorenn yet bo doneand tho expression pf American Bontlmont on tho occasion might bo nndored strong and, emphatic. Certainly no foreigner qvor did so ' lnu 'uh for us as tho French Marquis, or labored In out behalf so disinterestedly. lie joined u» when our fortunes woro apparently at thef lowest, and when it soomed that English dominion was abput tfl be ^established here. Ho oonttriued toeioHhirasoini our bohalfdown to the time *>tAA'n'«*M^.it;hTiiiifft...

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Id=238 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

(tobnrco nno (Cigars. H "~* AVANA ~ c7GA^S^TS7oin71Smt ' - mejit, such as Kigaro, FartagaB , Cabanas, Sultana, (lloria, Jupiter Coloso, CouverciantOH Torrey Lopez, Union Americana, Orejou, Vlora Cubana,&c, Jcc, iVc, in H ^, 1-5 and 1*10 boxes, of all sizeu aud qualities, in storu anil constantly receiving, and for paIc low, by CIIARLK3 TETK (new) 138 WALNDT Street, aul-ly below Second, fiecondjlorv IGAROTCABANAS ANDl^VRTAGAS SEOAR8.—K choice iuvoico of these celebrated lirandn on board brig " Nuw Era," dally expected from Uai aua, and Tor nalo low, ty CHAHLK3 TETB, (Now) 133 Waluut atrcet , beloir Second, aul ' Second Story. Hoots nitb Shoes. NO. 412, SOUTHEAST CORNER OF MABKKT ami fltTU Streets. Gentlemen's Best Patent Lcu'hor Gaiter Bmita. " " Calf do. do. " " l'at«ut Lcathor Oxford Ties. " *' Calf do. do. " •' Patout Leather and Calf narrow strap Shoes. Boys 1 and Youths' Patent Leather and Oalf Skin Gaiter Boota and Shoes. unl-tt tor »alo by OF.O, W. TAYLOR FALL STOC...

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Id=236 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

itUoinncfl NI NETEENTH CENTURY I—THE GREAT REMEDY OP THE NINETEENTH CENTURY IS THE IMPERIAL DKPDRATIVE. This U now the groat standard remedy for diseases of the ISlaod* Stomach unu Liver. If you have a Cancerous or Scrofulous affectifn, at once use the Imperial Depurative. Tetier.—Aro you troubled with this obstinate and unpleasant disease? Uhq the Imperial Depurative. Try but dhl- bottle. lfuvtt jo*i White Swelling, Hip Disease, or Glandular Swellings ? Tlio Imperial Depurative will effect a cure. Try it. For Pimples, Blotches and Eruptions of the Skin generally, you liave a prompt and certain remedy in the Imperial Depurative. Ono bottle will satisfy you of its efficacy. Use the Imperial Depurative, if you would have a clear, healthful, and beautiful complexion. Use tht Imperial Depurative for a diseased state of the Liver or Stomach. Fur females of a weak and debilitated habit and shattered nerves, the Imperial Depuratice it ju«t what is required to re-invlgorate the frame ...

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Id=262 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

CH ANGE'OF HOUKS.—PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTIMORE KA.1X:-ROAD. On and after Thunday, July 2d, 1857, PASSENGER TRAINS LEAVE PHILADELPHIA for Baltimore at 8 A. 11., IP. M.. (Express, ') and XI For Wilmington at 8 A. H., 14.15 and 11 P. M. For New Castle at S A.T4\, I and 4.1S P. M. iVrKiJdUU>wn«t8 A. M.asni4.1iP. M. ' For Dover at 8 A. M. and 1.15 P. M. For Seaford at S A. M. and 4.15 P. at. TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA Leave Baltimore at 8.64, Expren, 11A'. M., »nd8.S P.M. ¦ *• -i Leave wnmlngtoo ate 50 and U.55 A.H,,an42.M sndO.5JP.31. Leave New Castle at 6.20 and 11.05 A. M., ami 9JJC P.M. Leave M-'ddletown at 10 00 A. St. and 3.05 P. M. Leave Dover al S.60 A. M. and J P. M. Leave Seaford at T.OO A. M. and l.OQ P V. ' ' TRAINS FOR BALTIMORE Leave Wilmington at 9.15 A. A.,2 P.M. ul 12.17 A.M. SUSDAY3 only at II P. U. from FMlidelfhla to Baltimore. ill. do. 6.25 P. M. from Baltimore to BALTIMOHB ASB Htm ifftrKtTO'AujaBJH) PATKH THAIS LeavesHavre de Qraee' at S.SO \.M. ' ...

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Id=264 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA, GEBMANTOWN AND .NORRISTOWN RAILROAD-SUXMIB ARRANGEMENTS. Oa and after Mar Sxh, Mil. FOR GERMAKTOWN. Leave Philadelphia at 6, 7, 8, 910-miu., 10,11U, A. M , aud 1. 3S-10 min., 4, 5, 6, T, 8, 9, U)j, V. M? Leave! Germantowu 4t 6, 7, 7-&, 8, d-lo rain., 10V, UKA. M., 1,2,3-10 min . 4. 5, 67, SI0J - P.M. The 7-35 o'clockA.M. trainfromGermantoTn , will not stop at intermediate Stations. OS EC3DAT3. Leave Philadelphia at 9-20 A. M , 2, 3,19,5-30 and P.M. Leave Germantown at 8-20, 9-20 A. M , 1-10,4),:, 0 15, and 7 P.M. CHESTNUT HILL RAILROAD Leave Philadelphia at 6, 8, 9-10 miu., 11* A. M., 2, 4, 6, 8, 9. P.M. Leave Chertnut Hill at 7-15. 7-36,10-10, 11-10, min., A M, 1-40, 3-40,6-40, 7-4», 10-10 min , P. M. 01 SFSDATS. Leave Philadelphia nt 9-20 A. M., 2SK anl» P. M. Leave Chestnut Hill at 8 A. If., 12-50, Cl8, and 6-40. P.M. On and after May 1th, 1S57. FOR MANAYUNK, OONSnOHOCKEN, AMD NOR KI3TOWN. Leave Philadslphia at 6, 9, and 11, A. M and S, 41 6j£,andllJi,P....

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Id=266 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

COTTON—200 bales good Middling to Middling Fair Cotton, in store and for sale bv MARTIN fc MACAL1STEB, aul 119 North Water Street. OSS—17 bales Carolina Moss, for saleTy MARTIN * MACALISTER. aul 119 Xorlh Water Street OTTON—ICO bales Gulf Cotton, in store and for Bale by MARTLX S MACAL1STXB acl 119 North Watet Street. VANS' GREAT GIFT " BOOK SALE, Xo. 333 CHESTNUT Street. S. B—Xo eonhee tion with any other house In the City. aul-3m A GIFT WITH EVERT BOOK, WOBIH J\ from 60 Cents to 100 Dollars, at MAQEB-S GIFT BOOK STORE, No. S3? CHBSTNUT Street, aenad ttoor below Fourth. P.iladelpaia. . ¦ tml-lr SPIKES—RAILROAD SPIKES AJ CUAlRBesnltantlyoD kan4. Orden received Light Railroad Iron—38 ftl , 33 ft!., 4ft Iks. per rw{. au4-lm 8. «. corner FrootmSWiV;. TWOTICE—THE BUSINESS OF tf\J i\ * co.,»n«j. - vT.o*«Kni*.ool,»rn*7 be conducted under the style of TWVXS, G»>^ OALVIN, at So. * *ad « 8. Wharves.»W !«> Wiarres. >i LOOKING BOARDS—^. 680 fttt luu«coriarteardLailoat,...

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Id=265 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

NORTH PENNSYLVANIA HAIIROtT) FOR BETHLEHEM, EASTOS, ALLEJrTOrrN, MAUCH CHUNK, WILKESBARRS, DOYLESTOTTN, 4c , *c, THROUGH TO BETHLEHEM WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. On and after Wednesday, July Sth. 1S57, the trains on this Road will leave as follows, daily, (Sundays .ex cepted : For Bethlehem, Eistcn, AllestownMauch Chunk, Wilkesbarre, Jbc, via Lehigh Valley Railroad. Morning Express, ate U A.M. For Rethlehem, Easton, Allentown, Mauch Chunk, via liehigb. Valley Railroad, Evening Exprws, at 2 15 P.M. Passengers for Easton by 215 P. M. train tale stages at Iron Hill station. For Dovlestown, (Accommodation) at 8 43 A. M. and 4 P.M. For Bwynedd, (Accommodation) at 6 35 P. M. RETURNING. Leave Bethlehem at 913 A.M. and245 P.M. with Passengers, via Lehigh Valley Railruad , from Ea^ten, Allentown, Mauch Chunk, Wilkesbarre, ic , arrivitw in Philadelphia at 1210 M. and 5 45 P. M. Leaie Dorlestown, (Accommodatiou) at 6 45 A. M and 4 10 P. M. Leave Gwynedd, (Accommodation) at 6 50 A M OX SUNDAYS....

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4Jlijrl)inera nnb Jrori, : \ R ~^ iGwSS ~ mm^^&Ss ' ,^locomc TIVE HTTJAM TCWflTWE TlT7Tr.iYPT)« SEVENTEENTH STREET, HAMILTON, PAIBVIEW AND SrlUMI OABUEM STREETS, PHILADELPHIA. Engaged exclusively in the manufacture of LOCOMOTIVE STEAM ENGINES. M.iiitiluuture to ordtr Locomotives or any arrau^emm,!, weight or cajiantjf j for the nso of Woo/l or Co*e t or Bituminous Coitl in us crude state , or ANTHIUGITK COAL, WITliUUT KMITTI.NO BWOKH, UiS OB >IRK. Ill dCHign, material an-t workmnnshlptlio Locoiuo* tivt'r * pnHluceil nt tlicsts Works aro equal toand not eXft'Ht'il by iiny. Tliu umtormln udufl in cuDntruction arc tniiUo on the spot, and iribure the bent quality and most reliable Htock. Tho .argu extent of Shup». and Complete Equipment of Mathiatri/ and Tools, enable them to execute the BEST OF WORK WITH GREAT DESPATCH, OF ANY AMlAKGKSfKdT HEQUIRKD. CHILLED OAR WHBKLS, UAJIMEBKD AXLES, With Forcings of Any site or form, IKON AND BRASS CASTINGS. And MACHINE WORK gen...

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Id=255 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

SATING FUND—FIVE PER CENT. INTEREST-NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST COMPANY.—WALNUT STREET, SOUTH-WEST CORNER OF THIRD, PHILADELPHIA. ISCOHPORATED BT THE STAVE OP PESSSTLVASIA. Money h received in auy sum, large or small, and interest paid from the day of deposit to the day of withdrawal. The office it open every day from 9o'dock in the morning till 7 o'clock in the evening, and on Monday aud Thursday evenings till 9 o'clock. All sum*large or small, are paid back in gold on demand, without notice, to any amount IION. HENRY L. BENNERPresiden;, ROBERT SELFRIDUE, Vice President. Wh. J. Rbbd, Secretary. D1BBCT0B3: njn HenryL. Benner, C. Landreth Munns, Edward L. Carter, P. Carroll Brewster, Robert Selfridge, Joseph B. Barry, SmuI. K. Ashton, Henry L. Churchmw, i James B. SmithFrancis Lee. This Company confines ts business entirely to the receiving ot money on interest. The investments, amounting to over ONE MILLION AND A HALF OP DOLLARS, aw made In conformity with the provisions of the Charter,...

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Id=232 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

PENN STEAM ENGINE AND BOILtR WORKS. KEANEY, NEAFIE & CO., PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS, BOILER-MAKERS, BLACKSMITHS AND FOUNDERS. naving for ninny yearn been in nucceMful operation, niut bcoii fxclufiirely cngoged in building and repairing Marine and River Engines, high and low pressure. Iron Boats, Water TanksPropellent, ic, &c, respectfully offer their nervier* to the publicat being fully prepared to contract for Engine** of nit sized, MarineRiver, and St&tiouiry. Uaring nets of ]>attern» of different size*, are prepared to execute orders with qufck despatch. Every description of Pattern-making made at the fthortest notice. High aud Low Pressure, Flue, Tubular and Cylinder Boilers, of the best Pennsylvania charcoal Iron. Forgings of all sizes and kinds; Iron and Brass Castings of all descriptions; Roll Turning, Screw Cutting, and all other work connected with the above buBiiici<3. Drnwingn and specifications for all work do...

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Id=263 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

SPRING ASRANGEMJNT.—JIINNSYLYAKM. CKSTRAL SAILSOAD.—RuniiK In rUrectconnectton with the PITTSBURGH, MET WAYNE AND CHICAGO RAILROAD. Tor Cincinnati, St. LouisIowa Cfa, , * Louisville, New Orleans, St. Pauls, Indianapolis, Cleveland, Ksns&a Terte HauteChicago, Nebraska. In advance of all other njutei oat of Phibdetpbia. Forming close cMJUfiioji iptti all tht Grtnx Wtslem Railroadt. THROUGH TRAINS Leave Philadelphia, for Pittsburgh ud wesiera eitiex, from the Penssyrranim Railroad Passenger Station, south-east corner of ELEVENTH art MARKET streets, (entrance on Eleventh street,) as follows: Mail Train at 7—, A.M. Fast Line »tllli, P.M. Express Mail at II 00, Mi£it. Columbia R. R. line leaves for IUrrljb««g:-ati-S> , P. M . Lancaster )Accommodation,) at 4.30.1*. M., • The Express Mail runs daily, the other trrnn^ Sendays except*d. For further particulars see hand-bills, at the. different starting-points. r*a.<sengers from the West will ftudthis the shortest and m...

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