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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

. THE PERSIA'S MAILS, Yesterday .Philadelphia was ' subjected to another of tho vexatious delays of her foreign mails. The Persia reached her dock in Jersey City about 1 7 A. M., but up to this hour (9 P. H.) hot a line of the correspondence which she brings for this city has reached our people. There must be some remedy for this, and .whatever, it is, or whatever it costs, it should be at once enforced. Upon applica tion ' at the' Postofflce , we' are tojd Umt the cause of the delay is, that the Philadelphia bags have to be transported across the Hudson to the New York office, there to bo recorded, tee.: Why cannot this be done ait Jersey City ? Surely, with the ample'notice that is always given by ' telegraph ' of the approach of a steamer, somebody could be sent over the r iver . to receipt for the, Philadelphia bkgs f bo thai • they can be. ssnt right, on. Very frequently the loss of a few minutes by this ," , ci rcumlocution office " operation costs tho citiiens of Philadel...

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

CAMDEN AFFAIRS Jccident to a Ferry Boat. —Yesterday afternoon the ferry-boat <: Mary" ni withdrawn bom the line, in consequence of breaking that portion of her machinery known as the rock-shaft. Rattle-Snake Killed. —A. huge Tattle-snake, having twelve rattles, was killad near Long-a-Coming, on Tuesday last, by a son of Mr. Sylvester Sharp, residing at the place above named. Warrant hsued.—VTe are informed that a warrant haa been isned for the arrest of Mr. Charles D. Hineline, on the charge of assaulting Mr. BelLJe, with intent to kill.

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Id= 63 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

. Mr*. Stowo, whose bust (representing her as particularly young and beautiful) ia in tlio Royu! Academy exhibition, at London, is said to be writing a new work of fiction. Her last was not so successful, one would have thought, to encourage another experiment. She killed " Uncto Tom," an4 he killed her in roturn.

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

[From the Hew York paper! ol lut evening.} THE BUBDELL TRAGEDY MORE OF THE CUNNLNGHAM FRALT

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

iMMbNEY MARKET clUiis«)!Uibi1 « Wth6lndlc»tlonty»thatliTof»..ligbMn, creMO; in the street rat«i " of'diwoont. In Boston, the *rtrii>g«aey. t wh|chhBS.|irev&Ued, ' foi-^teif 'i^« is-bo, coml^;««lja^,wd.&SwW*>W>.™^? 'Mfle l i w'?a ¦KClly-tf tW«aAs <8gu«« aa In Philadelphia;- At tho Stock boord; the fancies arodcpressedl^ut other Stocks keen a ' rm/ ' THo ' trtnWtloiM - orlhi;'^ « lw*r tui'SncreM!^'«iiiTJ^"ln. tt» ' m^Ve{ ,yj. ' , ' 1 '' , ' .'/, '¦ ' * , ¦'iV.'l V., > By tlw,PewlaatNim York, Ke^ve-toverpoprdates to the«ath July: The details of 1 the aeiW will W fotnd, in o6roUiW c6!nrahs. ' , ; " We * iHscrt til; Btnk bf.Eitglirni *#wmt.i'. " ::;;;.:.:'?:::T' ¦ * "" " ' ';'V ! 5-.irBANK OF BNOiANDBMnilKS. * ,-• ' -i ' ;/, • Gold coin «,li'n ,fi, 190,«0 ' . ' ¦ . ¦ ' -'^.Th^JLL W^WI^- .j ri^i: ¦ t BAHIISO. B-SHttlttEKT. . [.'.", inf/^.l Srtj'ii'W'LiSlililSISS . OOO- CKiTemm't lBei' ,-i.«, <*ir; B«<£.,..,.,.. 3,4...

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

FiOKBIGN MABKETS 1 , ... [Pef,8l!mnnWp.l'«r»i».l ,- . BABINS EEOTUEILS t CO'S. CIEOtiLAH. ¦ .. - ¦ -: •. J • >. • . I/OKDOX, July Mth, 1867. We have again to notice a duMueaa during the week In our OqlonlaVand T Vorelga Prodaco markets, as regard* most articles. Sugar more Inquired for, wjthqat leading to any extensive business., Zndlgo and 8AUpietro firm. Money easy, at SK-to &# V. oent. Contois MV«*»1> for money, 91 Vann Xor account.. Bar,silver it lVd; Mexican dollars 6» TdVj American Eagles 70s 2Xd; Doubloons:. 8panlaht,7?H, 0d!' South Ameriean, 75at9d. CociiisEu.—W280 bogs Honduras at public salenbbut ono-third foand buyers at steady, rates,, 01ms: 4s ldo4B 7d for ordinary to fine, .vith silver at 3s Hd. Coooa has further advanced in value; IS bags Grenada wore taken at 86s 6d for r«d2S0 bags . Trinldjid from 91a forgrey.to 98s for good red, and 160 bags Guayaquil were bought in atll2sel20a; also, privately there, has bsen a good'busincss doing. u, ¦...

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Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

ABBIVED. -"Steamship Kcnnebee, Hand , 24 hours from New York, via Cape Alay, with muse ami pasaongers to Jas Allderdice it Co. Passed barque N G Hichburn, from Trinidad de Cuba, above Beedy Island,, and others as before reported. . Ship William, Berry, 7 days from Boston, In ballast, to captain. , Ship Quebec, Watson, 6 days from New York, in ballast to captain. ... Br barque,Vonus, Arkley, 63 days from Newcastle-on-Tyne, with mdse to S Morris Wain Ic Co. Brig Beronda, Iioyt12 days from Kastport, with plaster and laths to K A Souder & Co. Brig Mary aKelly, 10 days from Portland, with 105 tons plaster to Jairus Baker. Brig Trlndelen, Havener, 9 days from Bostou, in ballast. ¦ .' Brig Sarah Elizabeth', Baynes, from Salem, in ballaat. Bchr FarmerDeputy, 2 days from Mllford, Del. with wheat to JHMcColley. Schr Henry Wolfe, Atkbs, 2 days rrom Milton, Bel. with bark to JH McColley. Schr Florence, Mayo, 21 davB< from Qalveaton, with hides, wool, &c. to captain. Aug...

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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

f OHN DREW'S NATIONAL THEATRE. •J WALNUT Btreet , above EIGHTH.—Lessee and Manager John Drew. Prices—Dress Circle and Pfcrqupt, 37J( cents; Orchestra Chairs60 cents; Seats in Private Box, 75 centi; Family Circle, 26 cents. Doors open at 7. To commence at 8 o'clock. Box Office open from 10 to 3 o'clock, where Seats can be Secured without extra charge. THURSDAY EVENINGAugust 6th, Tbe celebrated JEronaut and Wizard, M0N8. S. QODARD Yfbo will perform nightly a selection of wonders. To concludo with tbe laughable farce entitled . DELIOATE GROUND, gnnfroid Mr.J. Drew | Pauline Mrs. J. Drew PARKINSON'S ' ILLUMINATED GARDENS—great ATTRACTION .'—PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERY EVENING. MISS AGNES SUTHERLAND, The celebrated Scottish Nightingale. " Tbe Cameron's Here," •' Macgragor's Gathering," Ac. Melgnan'5 auperb Orchestra—"Anvil Chorus" "Glpny's Song," '¦ Fra Dlavolo," Marches, Waltzes , Gallops, <lc. Ac. Fire-works nightly. Admittance 25c. Eight for tl. au4-tf T ~ HOMEUF'^ VARIETIES. ...

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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

tDrngs anil QEr)smitale. FREDERICK BROWN,—CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, north-east corner FIFTH and CHESTNUT Streets, Philadelphia, sole Manufacturer of BROWN'S EaSENCE OF JAMAICA OIKGKB, which Is recognised and prescribed by the Medical Faculty, and bos become the Standard FAMILY MEDICINE of the United States. Tbis Essence is a preparation of unnsual ej&ellence. Daring the Summer monthsno family or traveller should be without it. In relaxation of the bowelsin nausea, and particularly in sea sicknessit is an active and safe, as well as a pleasant and efficient remedy. CAUTION.—Persons desiring an article that can be relied upon, prepared solely from pure JAMAICA GINGERf snould'be particular to ask for ''Brown's Essence of Jamaica Ginger," which is warranted to be what it Is represented, and is prepared only by FREDERICK BROWNand for sale at his Drug and Chemical Storenorth-east corner of FIFTH and CHESTNUT Streets, Philadelphia; and by all the reipectabls Druggists and Apothecarie...

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Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

PROTHONOTARY OF THE DISTBICT COURT, GEORGE I. HEEKn Tj Illlj II ml Want- Subject to Democratic Balsa. oai-t^« -K10R BECOBDEB OF DEEDS-B. B. X 1 YOUNG, Seventh Word. Subject to Tj ' muuuittci Bales. ' amJ-l as* ¦ T710B CLERK OF QUARTER SESSIONS, J 1 SAMUEL C. TH0MPS0S,9tt W«r4. ttaUMTttf th> Rules of the Democratic Party. aa> ws« tat* FOB COBONEB-^f. G. REID, M. D. Subject to BemocraUe Bales. tMIv* IT'OR CORONER—CHARLES 8. PtfUi, JL Nineteenth Ward. oal-lw* FOR ASSEMBLY—FIBST DISTBICI—JOSEPH H. DONNELLY, first War*. EaUtet to deciaioa ot the Democratic Convention. , aal-tw* FOB AS8EMBLY—THIBD DISTBIOT.— DAYLD E. McLBAN , Fourth Word. Subject to Democratic Knles. aol-lv* FOR ASSEMBLY— : JOSEPH HUNEKXB, Sigbtb District, Ztartntb TTanL Subject to Democratic Rules. iHJeb * FOR RECORDER OF DEEDS—CHABLES M. HILLSB, FourtcenTA Ward Subject to Democratic Bales, on aalttut P^OR RECORDER OF DEEDS—GEOB^k X 1 W. WUSDER, Thirteenth Word. Subject to Democratic Ralea. ' Bill 6*1* ...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

, -; .«^*.t*h-!iWh4lrJ}<.^'¥wT[—-J i : - 7.' :.s '.f- -l '" ¦ ' '" • ' mb'St ifoXk1>.i ¦ 1000'AU0o6s AY-flls oNl/taas ^2&. ' :. moo aoffluhay ll* 'WiiSSb^ cmH »* ^jeaaaR., , ^«etB, ^Mo^jPf*!;?'**6 '1 ^ ¦*> -Fao'.* : *3s a wsotf<Ste8 i a»» ' ! p is» . '*¦ do' *" ¦ SSSk- .•" <-"" ' "¦jh" 1'1 -'• ¦ "¦ '• -" tiS^ir^w;; 5 :,^, :;::;: 1000 ElmJr»«.'hl«tjtnprtci|iJitTIJ)4.; i ;. . ^ .j .Car;-_.; . ,# iJoqjj^iB OiE^ i/i'^-KSl.. MOO N Penna ^Hii" &(M?W$ i ? 'M'it ' S' ' MOOityBfc eBppTM.jV S fJjwHwIW.W'ii!* tOPeuna 5twv. Bl PPennaB' ' , *> 3000 4o • «inrfl.85j, ' ^ ScKNljTttefd .,,&X . ' •. ' .CWMNO'EMOm-i-j i ' v<r.-t ¦ . «,.. " - ' ; ,K«t '-Aj'i« ' (t:'.' ';'i!Lt "-5i^;]B«. 1 i»*«'J - u s SPi; *«i ' .^w*«**. .:: schyi »«¦*»'•; m^)i PhlUd«6« - 1 "WxaSSX WmBp'{&;ElmR19 «2O wliipli* do.Mott. 6s,», i .., Girord Bank •" HJjeHJf ¦mW^^'SH^A W^ft\ '\ VPMP«iii»TlE , « cMr tfnlon\Oan»l -* »J>»10J{" MSwa'SSlCodW...

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Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

MEHCnANTS' nOTEL.—Fourth streot, abovo Market Jesse Klinefelter, Bait. J. P. Bell, Ta. A. D.Griswold, Hartford. John P. Raw 4. lady, Bait Win. Stoddard , Wellsvllle, Mrs. Jas, Hopkins, York N.Y. Mls» M. M. WellsPa. J. May, Rone Bank, Iowa. D. B. Andrew, Hurlet, O \V. J. Leifter, Pa, . J.D. Barker, *' A. 1. Oroskey, Ohio. O. M. Packer, Va. K. K. Campbell, Pa. Jas. P. Kelly, Phlla. J.Lingafelt, Ilollidaysb'g. A. UlmlokUarriiburg. L. R, Carter, ClearSeld. It. L. BlnghomMiss. Frank, Gracy, Memphis. R. M. 8plc«r, Memuhin. W. H. Brysrly, Tonn. P. BlyckZanesvllle, O. John LnrvrillWoOBter, O. A.n. Bartlet 4 lady, Pa W. Dunbarlit. Vern., O. J. F. Heinltch, Lancaster M. A. WurlsPhila. A. II, Soigcl, Reading. JohnW. Dlrlch, 1 Lebanon. J. II. Wllllanwtlady, Krie U. J. Go: I, N.Y. A. J. Fuller & laoy, Phila Xlm. DingsSt, T.ouis, Mo. Frank S. William, Indiana 3. McCandlovs, Phllada. Chas. B. Wright. Pa. Richard Price. Jr., do. J. H. Hancock , Wllksb'e. H. ¥.. StoeloOoate»v., Pa. J. Moor...

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Id=176 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

Wolbbk i. Scon, AuctioaMrs, -iqi CHESTNUT STBEET, OPPOSHX HtOL THE CUSTOM HOUHS, bctwwa Fiarib at Fifth Streets. • - - . PO3ITIYE SALE OF A VALUABLS STOQK M iKADY-MADS CLOTHlNa. ON SATORDA7 MEIT, Commencing at 10 o'clock precisely, ws wm nU, W catalogue, onalibenlaWlVaviba^aisA Tbaijr made Clothing, conaiatlng of Geata'and Boy* 1 fMta tnd Jackets, made in a taperior oanntr, of cVoi* a*- terlals. GENTS 1 AH» BOYS' PANT8, Hide in the latest style, of tmt variety of ¦st»ll«l GENTS' AKD BOY8> VETS, Made in the best mannerof every variety ' °f BatotSoJ. N.B.—The whoHwiil be ready-for «U*U»Uo»- ,'Wia cataloguesearly as Ox morning of Balecks« •», eha^ra wlUnndtttatlnurbltenttlDkttltsI. FIRST FALL SALB OF XSBROIDKtfES. SHAWLi, BIBBON3, HOSIERY, MIUJNKBY G00D£*t ON W EBMBDAY N1XT, Uth lmt^ Commencing at It o'clock, prKiaely, we wfll aiU, wiillout reserve, on ft liberal credit, &y catoloftt*alatfla and elegant assortment of Tnaea sjn£ Seotesi BBftbroideries, Brocb* Long Snail...

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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

WINCHESTER & SCOTT, GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STOUE, and PATENT SHOULDER SEAM SIIIRT MANUFACTORY, No. 706 OHESTNUT Streetabove Seventh streetPhiladelphia. Tbe attention of Southern and Western Merchantsand StrangersIs particularly invited to this Improved cut of Shirt*the moat perfect lilting article,mode. At wholesale and retail, and made to order. auMyif dh-j C SEWING MACHINES , 702 Chesnut «JPXO Street. ' &1 K SEWING MACHINES, 702 Chesnut <fl>lt> Street. <fl>l C SEWING MACHINES, 702 Cheanut iff It? street. ' ibl K SEWING MACHINES, 702 ChesDot '(Pit/Street. ' OfeT^'SEWING MACHINES, 702 Chesnut < ffUW Street. an5-lwd COPPERLAKE SUPERIOR INGOT, FOR BALE. WM. H. WOODWARD & CO on5-3t*rp 61S MARKET Street. (OHARLES- P. CALDWELL—Wholesale VV and Retail WHIP and CANE Manufacturer , ' No. 4 North FOURTH Street. au4 TjUOORING BOARDS—28 ,580 feet.Caro J? "n.Bo.rlngb«r Mi O.^or^ e oby . i8niK anl 119 North Water Street. ggmml...

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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

- TjiOR ENGLAND AND FRANCE, 1857 Jay Now York and Havre Steamship Company.—The United States Mail Steamihlpi ARAGO , 2,600 tons, David Linos, commanderand FULTON2,800 tou», James A. AVotton, commander, will leave New York, Havre And Southampton , for the years 1867 and '&S, on the following days : LBAVB NEW VORK. 1857. ' 1868. Fulton, Saturday, Aug. 22 Arago , Saturday, Jan. 9 Arago, do. Sept. 19 Fulton, do. Feb. 6 Fulton, do. Oct. 17 Arago, do. March 6 Arago, do. Nov. 14 Fultou, do. Aprl) 3 Fulton, do. Dec. 12 Arago, do. May 1 Fulton, do. May 29 LBAVB UAVKE. I IK.lVE 80UTB1HFI0H. 1867. 1857. Arago, Tuesday, Aug. 25 Arago , Wednesday, Aug. 2a Fulton, do. Sept. 22 i'uiton, do. Bopt. 23 Arago, do. Oct. 20 Arago, do, Oct. 21 Fulton, do. .Nov. 17 Fulton , do. Nov. 18 Arago, do. Dec. 15 Arago, do. Dec. 10 Fulton, do. Jan. 12 Fulton , do, Jan. 13 Araeo. do. Feb. 9 Arago, do. Feb. 10 Fulton, do. March 9 Fulton , do. Mar. 10 Aram), do. April t Arago, do. April 7 Bulfon, do. May 4 ...

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Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

BEWARE OF IMITATIONS*—R. & G. A. WRIGHTS' ORIGINAL IRASGIPANNI, OR EVERLASTING PERFUME. FB-AXOIFAintl EXTBAOTS, FBAgQirAHNI POMABB, >¦ Haib Oil, " Soap il Tooth Powosb. " Sacsxt. These new, elegant and recherche perfumeries are from tile laboratory of Messrs. B. t O. A. Wright, SOLE ORIGIN' 4.TORS AND MANUFACTURERS in this countiy. Tb« Perfume Frangiponnl is an oriental production, rrought In its original state into this coucxrrand pre . .£red in its various forms by them. The admiration and demand for these articles Is beyond precedent, and, in consequencea variety of imitations are springing up: but theaa, whether of H O M £ MANUFACTUREOB SOLD AS " IMPORTATIONS," have only an evanescent fragrance, AND SHOULD BE AVOIDED BY PURCHASERS. For sale by all tke Drugglata in the United States, Canada, and South America. R. & G. A. WRIGHTSole Originators and Manufacturers In the United States. No. 35 (late 23) South FOURTH St., Phllada. aul-St PHILADELPHIA TYPE FO...

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

FPORTANT IMPROVEMENTNEW GAS CONSUMING ITJBNACE. CHIISOIFS NEW CONE FURNACE, after having beta pat to the most severe testj tlnring the two cold wmns or 1S&0 Ajrb 1867hu proved to be the moat powerful heater in tkt trorfctsaving from U to # the fuel oVer aay of the best furnaces now In use. TH19B F0aKACl3 ore comtrueted with a cost iron ash pit, and a broad, shallow pan-shaped fire potlined with flre-brUk or Iron stares, Thenrepotis6urmoanted with A SERIES OF CONES, OK TAPERING RADIATORS, large and broad at their base, but tapering to small apertures at the top, and uniting with the anular chamber, through which the heat and smoke pass to the nue. Tub wbolb products of combustion In the form of smokt and oasis, are suspended dlnctly over the fin, ccyrwilf or compressed into the tapering Cosxs and oostiruallt sxFOSBD to the direct action of the rays of beat and lig&t from the fire. This heat and light Is brought to a jocoa In iaob Cohb, not unlike the COLLECTION OF...

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

SAILING OF THE OCEAN STEAMERS. SHUHKlt , ' FBOII TOR DAT Kangaroo ...¦ . -,'.Now York Liverpool Ang. 6 Ariel.;¦..,J.. - . .'.New York Bremen, &c Aug. 8 Europa,... Boston Liverpool Aug. 12 Baltic ... New York . Liverpool Aug. 16 Fulton Hew York Southampton Aug. 22 No*r.York..'....Now York Glasgow... Aug. 22 Kricsson,... Llvorpool New York July 22 New. York Glasgow New York...., July22 Fulton...; ....Havre, .New York, '.July22 STIi.'UB , rOR FKOM ' ' . 1UV Uorumla ;..New York" Hamburg ' ... Ang. 1 Columbia i.NewYork Liverpool.. Aug. G Edinburgh......Now 1 York Glasgow...'. Aug. 8 City WaabingtonNcw York Liverpool ,;Atig. 12 Arago.. ' . '..New York Southampton ......Aug.26 MOVEMENTS OF HAVANA ST19AMEBS. PaiLADSLPHiA—From New York 2d, ' arriving at Havana 8th, and New Orleans 11th. From New Orleans 20th; Havana 23d. arriving at New York 28th. ' Qomub. Cits—From New York 7th of each month, driving at Havana 12th, and Mouilo 14th. From Mobile 2M, Havana 24th, arriving at Now Yor...

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

A Great Eilnbllstunent,—The Salamander Safe factory of Messrs. Evakb & Waisos, Is one of the most interesting establishments in the city. The building in which their operations are carr-ied on , is to bo found in Eighth jtiMt , nflr Vine;' the Mid-room being at No 3jt South Fourtn f*trcet.' Between fifty and sixty men ate omployed in the various departments of tbe manufacturing establishment. Some idea of tbe extent of their labora may be formed from a statement of the work tbey hava now in band. Their workmen ore now engaged in constructing large safes for the following new banks:—One for tbe Strausburg Bank , lined all through with chilled lron,'weigh[ng about 6,000 pounds; one of tbo same size and material for tho Southwestern Bank of Virginia; and one for the Hank of Jersey Shore, Pa.; twi for the Oatarsgua Bauk ; one for a private banking house in Wllkeibarre, l'a.; one for a private bauklng house at Norristown, Pa.; and one large set of chilled iron bsnk vault door...

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