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Id=246 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANT.-The PENN MUT0AL LIPE INSUEANCE COMPANY, Southeast Corner or TIIIBD sad DOCK Streets. Capital, 1612,723 03. INSURES LIVES for short terms, or for the whole term of life—grants annuities and endowments—parchasei. life on interests In Real Estate, and msjies all contracts depending en the 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 OT THE COMPANY, January lit, 1857. Loans of the State of PennsylvaniaPhiladelphia City, Penn'a Railroad, Camden and Ambor Railroadand other Loans... . (179,885 38 Bonds, Mortgages and Real Estate 117,137 19 Stocks in Banks, Insurance, Gas f.ntt Railroad Companies 81,729 98 Premium Notes aud Loans on Collaterals .... 193,(92 01 Cash In Bank, due from Agents, Interest, 4c 33,780 47 Guarantee Capital, Subscription Notes 100,000 00 $7...

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Id=247 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

ATLANTIC MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY, OF PHILADELPHIA — Offlee, at EAST FRONT OF THE FARMEHS' AND MECHANICS' BANK BUILDINO. opposite the Custom House. MARINE INSURANCE oa Vessels, Cargo and Fright to all parts of the World. INLAND INSURANCE on Goods, by RiversjlCansls, Railroads, &c. FIRE INSURANCE on Stores. Dwellings and Merchandise generally ASSETS OF THE COMPANY, November 1,1858. Bond», Mortgages, Philadelphia City, and) *„(, 417 m other loans j •« ¦• >*" "" Stocks in Banks, Railroads and Canals 114,835 lb Bills Receivable 12,900 00 Premiums on Policies, recently issued, and > 1O Q7i »c other Debtt due the Company C *->»'•-*> Caaaonhand 4,761 48 $173,837 98 John L. Linton , I H. E. Atkins, Qeo. W. Poraeroy, I Joseph O. fjrubb, James C. Finn, Maurice A. Wurta Theo. O. Lewin , I Thomas A. Robinson, Charlei Tete, Benjamin Orne, Peter Maison, Wm.O. Milllgan. JOHN t. LINTOS, President. Wm, B. Pibue, Secretary. ' aul-6t

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Id=245 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

milE PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY FOR X 1SSUBANCE* ON LIVES AND GRANTING ANNUITIES. ¦ . . , . , Office No. 304, Walnut street, above Third. Open from 9 o'clock A. M., to 3 o'clock, P. SI. Capital $500000. This Company Insure Lives, grant Annuitiessell Endowments, purchase Interests, and make contracts in general, that depend upon the contingencies of life. ' They act as EXSCQtorH, Administrators,and Assignees-, also, as Trustees for Minors and Heirs. They receive MOXEV on deposit, and allow interest from date of deposit until called for. All sums being repaid on DEMAND. ^ CHARLES DUTIUI, President. WILLIAM B. HILL. Actuary. DltttCTOSiS. William Kirkham, Joseph Swift Henry J. Williams, Thomas BiddW John K. MitchellM. D., William II. Hart , J. Peinberton Hutcklufion, Wai. S. Vaux, Edwin M. Lewis, Wm. Harmar P. llopkinson, J. S. Wucherer. anl-6t

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Id=252 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

BARTER OAK FIRE AND MARINE \J INSURANCE CQMTANY or HARTFORD COXN Cash Capital $300,000. Losses in Philadelphia and vicinity adjusted at the Fh\ladilp\\a OM'<- By leave we refer to D. S. Brown 4 Co., Phlla. I Hon. Joel JonesPhil«. Chaffees, Stout & Co , *' .1 lion. Rufus Choate, Boston HackerLea t Co '• I Hon. T. 8. Williams, Ilartd ¦ We have facilities for placing any amount of Insurance in the most reliable Companies. PHILADELPHIA GENERAL ISSVRA!>CE AdENCY, No. 413 {old No. 145) CHESTNUT ST THOMPSON 4. ROOD, •al-6ai Agents.

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Id=253 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

rtOMMONWEALTH FIRE INSURANCE XJ COMPANY,' OF THE STATE OF PENNSYLVANIA—Office, N.W. Corner FOURTH and WALNUT Streets, Philadelphia —Subscribed Capital, $500,000 Paid.up Capita], $200,000 DAVID JAYNE, M. D , Preildent. TUOMAS 8. STEWART, Vice Pres et. SiMDBl. S. Moos, Secretary. - aul-ly Sailings ianus.

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Id=233 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

HANDY & MORRIS—MANUFACTURERS OF CUMBERLJND WROUGHT IRON TUBES FOB a AS, STEAM OR WATER. ALSO, GENERAL IRON COMMISSION MERCHTS Warehouse S E, comer FRONT and WALNUT. ftui-ilm £\tc IJroof Safes

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Id=259 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

E NETVLAND & CO., e LOOKING GLAS3 AND PICTTJRK FRAME MANUFACTURERS, WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Importers and Dealers iu Oil PaintingsWater-Color Drawings, Engravings, to, 'A larp assortment alw»y» on hand. Packing and removing Grasses, and hanging attended to. 604 ABCLl Stnei , abc-Tt Sixth,' so«h •Me. PWladtljtiU, sul-lBrp ¦ BoiiroaJle. PENNSYLVANIA BAILHOAD.—JHE GREAT CENTRAL BOTJTE, tomwctiiij tt» At^ luUe Cities rith WesternXorth-we«ttrn. ud Stntbvfestern Statesbr a caotinuoas Railway direct. HuS Road also connects at Pittsburgh vith dailr line of •teamen to all points on tha Western Rivers, and at CUnlaud au<! Sandmtjr with Btiauerato all ports on l>H»ffUl-"**'er° L»ies; maklnj the most DIRECT, tHEU-EOT and RELIABLE EOOTEhy irhieU Frelgit "5 Jifj^rardai to and from the GREAT WEST. BBRQH BETWKE>i PHILADELPHIA ASD PIT.TSFmsr CLaM_B«.U. 8hM«. Hab, aad . Caps, B<j,l, Dr/ foods ' , (in ivxa bate and traut.) rjnip, {in boles , aod tah») Feather, ,...

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Id=244 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

SPIRITS TURPENTINE—200 bbte Spirits Turpentine, to arrive, for sale, by ^ ' MARTIN £ MACAUBfTKR, . »nl , 119 .North TValar Strjwt. HARLES MAGARGE'&.CO.P Wholesale Dealers In PAPER, BAGS, 4c, No. $0 8«»tb SIXTH Street, PhilmlelphJ*, nul-lm PHILADELPHIA FJKB AND LIFE INSITRANCE COMPANY, *»e«rpem»*5* l»jr tkoBtu. of Pennsylvania in 184«, «re no* ertftitalwl In ««lt HEW OFFICEKo. 433 OHJWTNCT Bb 7'i34j74r\S ire prepared to maie AU KINDS OflWOTIA^Oi, from l633 BY FIRE,on propertr of uTerjdtSeriptior,, In Town or Country, incluiling PUBLIC WnJHBM, DW2LLT.NGS STOMS, WA11EHODSES, FAOTOMKS and MANUKACTOBIIM W0RK8H0FS, VE88»8;-4e. Also, JIEKCIIANDIZK or all kind*; 8TOCK8 OF UOODS, Stocks of COUNTKT STORES, 8oo4» o» BTOHAQEor in BOND, STOCKS in* TOOK otkRTIFICKRS and MECHANICS J FURNITUREJEWKLIIYFIXTURES, &c, 4e , *c, 4c , at ruoderats rates ot premiuman'l for any period of titaij.' ' " ThU Company refrr to tlieir psat eirwr S3. »D aniplo KU^rantoo for the PROMPT SETTLEME...

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

ready to go, aod eite Mid "yea," and tktd vitro tbe black dresa was, aid then it iu irrinj«d Utweenusthatthe lady xhoald follow me to He. 1M Elm St.; that I should wait in the boat door tat her, and. that t»» lady JhpuM .hold ia bur taw*.* white handkerchief *° tiat ^ eogia neegaU* bn; I went to 190 £bn street, ' aid mitad in frost csT the'door some tiao,»nd 4aaJIy th« lad j «um dressed in black, having * bluk hood orw bu head, partly dugaiiing Ear fe*tutavXukM! bar if she was the person who cam* After th» bariui; she merely shook her handkerciie/ and vaUnd ap stain to the room and took the basket aed ws»t off with it; her manner and form led mtttofeifam tin. it was Mrs. BukUU heuetf.wfc? Varna- afttr the child; she'tool tie basket coata&iW U» «fclM and afterbirth and'left th» houae; tit a ahort ttaM I left and went p mj own how; when I,ajrir»d I fuunJ that a man had been there sad I«ft word ttai I must call down and see Mrs. Bonitli, tkaUhtWH a.boat to be confined, and wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

THE BURDELL TRAGEDY. THE MYSTERY MORE COMPLICATED. " Abounding Disclosures. A FALSE AND FRAUDtTLBNT BBIR. A FICTITIOUS CHILD-BIRTH. THE CHILD AND ITS SEAL MOTHER. Mrt. Cunningham, Dr. Catlia, the Afarse, and others, und>r arretl. In The Prkss, yesterday morning, we gave a brlel synopsis of tho re-arrest of Mr*. Cunningham, all&s Burdell, on the oharge of falsely producing on iafant, pretending it to bo the issue of the lato Dr. Harvey Burdell. The New York papers furnish tbe full details, from which ire extract tho most important jpolnU bearing on the caso: Mrs. Emma A. Cunningham, "otherwise called Bardell,,, is once again in the hands of justice; and though the offence with which the ttanda charged this time is of a less bonlous character than that of which ajury has so recently declared her "not guilty," there is not now a peg ou which to hang tho slightest "shadow of a doubt" as to her thorough and complete guiltiness of this her lost offence. Tbe crime for whic...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

I THE COURTS Ooinr or Quarter Sbssioks—Judge Allison.— Continuation ofihe Trial of the Prophetess, Anna Mei3ter:~JIhi'Wteresl In this extraordinary case of fraud and'delusion continues unabated. Tho oourt room, yesterday was again orowded with the vtetiinhed , Mid perBOnB anxloua to catch a glimpse of tbe features of the prophetess, or rather priest-MB of these unholy rites. She still maintains her composure, and listens attentively to the toetimgny, which is very strong agafmit hor, and displays the most astounding amount of credulity .on tho part of her victims. We glvo a very fall report of yesterday's proceedings, *nd shall continue to do so from day to day until the cuse Is closed. There are still a number of' witnesses to . be examined for the prosecution. Tho witnesses examined to-day were principally men, wbioh shows that her dupos were not (as has been stated) exclusively of tho weaker sex. Henry Bom, sworn.—First became acquainted with Anna Muister about a year ago; ...

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

THE SPTRIT OF RIOT IN THE CITY OF BALTIMORE. When the London Banner, Geobok Peabody , made the splendid donation of over three hundred thousand dollars for the purpose of erecting in institution to bo devoted to popular education in the city of Baltimore, it must have occurred to many that if that sum hhd been appropriated to the immediate suppression of riot and turbulence in that city, it would have been a better disposition of it. But Mr. PzAfirar was right in his munificent contribution. He preferred, and wisely, to leave time to core the disorders which hare afflicted Baltimore during the last two years . He relied upon tbo influence of education among the people to extinguish that unaccount¬ able appetite for carnage and disorder which has set all law at defiance. And other agencies Imvo sprung up to assist him in the object he has so much at heart. The quiet members of th<» community who have permitted them-BelvcA to co-operate with tho rowdy spirits of BalUnipra, ...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

VaSF*"-:.' .} - - Mraraaw Ma>Bolj»v, ¦ •; u i>/i' .. ^ .i. " . The veil knoni Sitt class side, nh/wl, fiieawhipii MHTONEStlT? aod*TAX»0» ttioJtfllA.sow 1^|W«elb3&wl<£tlM> South aod »«ufliwert on» . -M^ISKS^^^**'-" 10 ?' °^ wjj» %i'.'.i>- HI^Mti StiUk.-Q k.* -.in MV - ¦ - ; THE TSAMSUIP KBTBTONE 8TATK. . ; ' " ffi 'ii're^£^KtTO!rJrDSESC> u>»»i" 6' t>; 'ini1 ^,^t^^« i^^|^rf .IP : P i '«%lt i A.>f. - .; 1! .«W «a!L5 J^|?lij!«d«rij 'jkn^t^r t, aYitf o ' cloek, *il£4'Qla3^^|»TO^VV«^kMM(Mt ; iHrtthateanitftWorjfatWd .HftTMa.anll wtthrail-5 MflME»>J ^»?*«»>"« Soot^and Sont^jrert. , ,. .Cafe?aaa|«im «l>M?«Wp,. v ...,.,.;....^...W >iosnB'4uii iBBi fffrt*yflry ronnto. ¦¦ u - * tiol, < l^M»> tfB gW^flMJkKaw 'V";','' ?^ rf^lH< lif| »hi »Te;bMjilJallt^ooiikaW, eipreMly.(j); cMttt, ' )iw{ 5*Monrl,'ao.;$75;,ton>;HT«rM>ol l to.t<«« . IcS, W« #««inM«, ..Ko ...

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

ICfttXs " • V TBUESt>AY, AUGUST 6, 1867. , * ;; , • T0 ' JkpKEnATe ' nox " 7)l. JP. ' , , The iftctioi'Wttic city itiixtvii <irrEdglaud) has terminated in the defeat of Mr, TurAoioDRAv, the, author^ by Mr. Oabdwell, the stafesinan. ' When the poll closed, Mr-TuAcn»Ax was in a minority of 67, the whole nulflber of persons eligible to'vote being 2818, 3n a. population of JJ7,843, and 2103 ' actually having voted. ' Miv CXsdweu, had uiaoy parSonal advantages over his competitor —long jfarliawentary eipe ' rijBnce, former cbnncctionwith the, borough ,.high reputation as ono' of the most distinguished alumni at the University, Iheprettige of having beona Gabinetjlinister, tho knowledgo that the lato Sit li^iMy'^^ ' considerefd Jim -likely to becomo sn eminent statesmen, arid .considerable l^vealth.. Against these Hr^taioxXKAT could bring nVmjtfa<U»a J)iglipopnhvJtya« a writer ani lecturer, and the piefession of- unusually ' " strong politics! In 1 all probabili...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

CORRESPONDENCE FAOltl CAPE MAV. The Press—Dutt S«03o»—AimueBKli"— Voting Men scam—Columbia Hop— Young Amtrica~Gambling —Collages—Railroads, #e. [Correspondence of The Press.] Capk I8I.MID) May 3. Tho arrival of the boat, on Saturday, brought us an unexpected, though quite welcome stranger, in tho person of Tub Press. \Fe «* B OMure you that its appoaranoe among Canning 's rod jaoketi was quito a novelty, nnd when yow humble servant went to Canning for a ' paper, ho had both the disappointment of knowing that all were gone, and tha gtatbWion of learning that ' ten times as , many could Imvo been sold.' -ti>»> "ipce Tup Presb has croatod suoh a furor$,<i<* might say, hero, it would be os well to let itt readers learn something of what is actually taking place upon the island, irhioh, though they inhabit, they yetkpow nothing of. Wo hour from Newport and Saratoga, that thoy are terribly dull—in faot, that all tho northern watorlng-plnccs are deserted...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

THE KPITOB TO HIS READERS ; The first nutoberof Thb Press will to day be. laid before ,tta publiu. , I need scarcely explain tho object and design of thig.JQurnal. The tree must bo known by Its fruits.. My ambition is to. make a thprough newspaper oonipleteJn all Its departments: to adilress myself to the reason aha tne patriotism of the people: in'a word,fogttpnlj-dailj' a cheap, tfust-wortay and Intelligent medium of popular information. To accompligh these resnlta jiU demana, pafient Indnstryj large expendltures of. money, considerable, experience j and the employment cf varied ability. She belief that a newspaper confluot»d upon this plan lias never yet flflled, determined me npon the present undertaking. ' The hope that thoro wore feany, very many, kind remembrances, ' personal to myse)f , here in Pennsylvania, and dlswrierej irfspfred me wfthaddftloaal confldehoe in Its success. 1 ' • The- ' agreeable relations I bad sustained'to most of those engaged in journalism, du...

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

landw - prepiRa-KlwlUWot f,600 ,000 Mre« or cholcs ntl&lnelaadg,in.ft*st9 ol*>.«M aaA upwards,, on longciedifoijulailow.rataiMtiBteiert., , ¦ . a$eaelaMs ' *era grimtixjbv- the Government to Rid intlwooflrtraofrorfuftWa Soul, m* «« among «.« rloa»st aid. ^M*?"!" -i" ^* .*f'Mu.i Thw-.extoml t«io North-But Mia Sorth-Westtbroujk the nuaale o)'S««4a*»itstheBMMuiaisoatlfrsM'laiiluae every ' vntiety at dlmlte and productions found between' those par»U«l«orl»tifa«Jo. Th9 Northern, portion ijchiefty v praM6, 'iu$ersn6M8a' ^ritb, fine groves, *°4 ^ ttesmlddle & ai»liM^ e ^ BM "^ s*miD9rpredo^nateS, alternating %. wltBDea»t»nllCTirlM»n4ispsuinM.'.! '- ¦ .,- ¦).- .., *^L $k« clinw»,is . more healthy, miioVaiuieau»bte. than. ^V any other gftt-t of the oauntry—the air Is pare ana bracluWv&ll* mYlng 1 sb«»m» and. aprtngs or excellent \ waifoiiboanil, ¦ , •;. ¦ ¦ •'«¦?. V' ' °4 :•• -.-¦¦"' , ¦ • V gHuiaij>QU» OmI ii extensively mined, and supplies > ~...

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Id= 17 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

BERKS COUNTY [Correspondence or The Press.] .Beawko, August 4,1857. To-day the Democrats of Berks were assembled in their Annual County Meeting. It was a large, enthusiastic and cheering assemblage of our sturdy yeomanry; ovpry district In tho county was represented, and all wore animated with a common purpose—the sucocss of Democracy. Tho Hon. William M. Blester presided; upon taking the chair, he made an eloquent and able address, in which ho referred to our past triumphs, our future prospects, and the universal satisfaction felt by tho peoplo with all the nets of the N»tional Administration. In this connection he remarked that the people, at tho end of President Buohanan's term, would do as they had done with Jefferson, Madison, and JnuVson—demand his re-elootlon. This assertion was greeted with enthusiastic applause, and tho response which came from the honest hearts of tbe Bomoorsiey of Berks, is an evidence of their determination and desire to give the President in 1860 ...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

COMMUNICATIONS [For The Press.] WHERE SHAIX THE POST OFFICE BE LOCATED'.' Your correspondent, in yesterday's Psess, over the signature of " Cltiten," would do well to rood tho articles he criticises before he again attempt* to ridioulo or condemn them. The writer of the article in your first number never alluded to tbo ¦' cellar" of the Custom Housa ; never alluded to the removal of " partition walls" that tho "ten architects" «ay will cost $125,000! But what ho did My, he repeats—th|( t one of tbe most convenient and best ventilated and lighted Post Offices In tbls or any other country can bo mode in the manner he proposed, and at tho expeuBe. he estimated, n-ith an sgreeablo covered pussago through from 0'iestnut to Libfai-y street, on tho one side for all persona putting In or taking out letters, and on the othor for mail wagons to pass through to do-Jiverand receive tbe jnail bags; leaving betweon those, passages and the main prosent building suf. (Mont spaoe f or the pe...

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

Typroaijifawisandatthejisujlratm ^ by , ... I nf.-! 5S " .iSi/DAVlS k B1RSKY. ,-¦ - ; .,.-.: » H0.S6 fcuth THIBD Street,PhlWelphla. ., > -Shtytalteatttotlaa to their uuequJUedficUirlei for th».»dju»t»te«.<if. Qoctror«»icB Itt.allpnrtsiof the United su&tnu&.O<uuAa aixl coUwtiuy and securing - * jm,- ,-8-'.M«B0ASiaB.0tiAIMa7T -..,.-.., - " aSoriedbytlM^HMmHigh organiiation; haying local jgante taeyBW»'H»d "'""'ytatte Union, and bj pros nereusaawcUtooBoalr. ¦ . , ... ,-. ' ¦ - , ' • iBorton,' •*'{j '- '! EonljTillo, ¦ •- Dubuoue, i -Ke«t-Yor)r, '^V- » Stloftla' . ¦ ¦ -.- .Petroft, - • Ealttoon., ¦ CSMlnmil, - ¦ St. Saul's, ^Washington,,- . Bittobnrjh, ¦ ,: ~ -Hilwwrtie, ...CiaMejiim;- . u 0We»go' J, ;. ¦ Msmphls, ! i JloHJe ",.: C-. i.'HewOrlesM , - .vaunHmab. .<- I ! Bach local *(B» conttoUlcx ita own oiUectloM. and I . . tertakdailf. huinesa conngctfaml with <b« mojt reliable i ' ¦•taxnrlanocdMbnneyt in the country. • ¦ ; jlkeTaWlM...

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