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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

CITY ITEMS Consumption—Its Treatment.—Xo. 4.—To the Editor of Tht Press : Dr. J. D. Durkiu'a remarks ou Consumption and its abusive treatment. In the early _states of Cousumption all species ar« curable except the intlatumator_^ tUtit _detitroyH lit'e la less than three months, ami fairly bid« defiance to all medical treatment, and which U tanned Quick Consumption, which markK its fatal termination from tho commencement. If the symptoms of Consumption could be clearly detected while in tho first and second stages, its ravagns could be easily checked and completely c ired by the application or mitable soothing _remodies, before it advances to the third stage, when not one in a thousand can be restored from the grasp of death, when it has p>inced a complication of alarming symptoms, as described under that head ; anil the fatal results are to be observed by the simplest observer. This is the stage that removes the-veil from tho eyes of the physician, _siiiJ exposes _Iiih ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

Fater, taking In tow the brig Nathan, bound to Kings ton. Ja. (Correspondence of the Philadelphia Exeh&njfl) LEWES. Del.. Feb. 18, 8 A M. A full rigged ship is now off the Beacon Light House, steering for the Breakwater. A steam tug left hore «arljrthia moroing for Philadelphia, taking: in tow the iriK <teor_«e WanhingUmfrom Cape HaytiooOnly three _bf._hoDuers are in harbor outward bound. The flouting ice in the Bav offers uo impediment to navigation " WindN.W. Weather cold. WM. M. HICKMAN. [BT TKLKQRAPH.J (Correspondence of the Philadelphia Exchange.) CAPE ISLAND, Feb 21. 2 P M Ship Win. Peun, from Liverpool; barque Joseph Haleg, trom New Orleans; Elm, from Boston, and brig New Era , from _Cieufuegos_, have gone up this forenoon. The barque Azof, from Messina, is still at the Breakwater. The _steamship Palmetto, for Boston, wont to sea this morning. Wind W. Weather moderating. TIIOS. B. IIUOUES. [BT _TKLKQBAPS TO THE _fREaS.J Nkw York, Feb. 21—Arrived, ship F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

Bower' i Intent Cordial.••This Invaluabl Cordial is prepared from a variety of the most choice and efficient _aromatics known in medicine, and is the most perfeot and reliable carminative extant for infants and young children. By its powerful influence a speedy cure is effected in all oases of Cholie_, windy pains and spasms. Relieves and mitigates much of children's suffering _during dentition or teething, and by its soothing properties tranquilises pains of the bowels, looseness, vomiting, &o. The Infant Cordial has become a standard remed y, and has been used In thousands of eases with the most abundant _suooeBB. No family should be without It. Prepared only by Hbnky A. Bowkk, At his Drag and Chemical Store, N. K. corner of Sixth and Green Bts., Philadelphia. To whom all orders must be addressed. And for sale by Druggists generally. ftu 18-ly Gold and Silver—Five Per Ct. Saving Fund. AMERICAN TRUST, 8. E. corner WALNUT and FOURTH Streeta, pays all sums on demand, in s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

THE EIGHTEENTH ANNIVERSARY of tho Youth's Temperance Society of the First Independent Church (Rev. John Chambers) will be held on MONDAY EVENING , February 22d, at Concert Hall, CHESTNUT, above Twelfth street. Exercises to consist of Singing, Recitations, Dialogues, and Original Addresses. At the _clote of the exercises the Pastor will present the premiums , and deliver an Ad dress appropriatWo the occasion. Adult Tickets 25 cents ; Children 10 cents. To bo had at the Hall on the afternoon or evening, of the Committee of _Arrangements. fe20-2t* BRUSSELL'S DIET BREAD, FOR DYSpeptics ami invalids. Very ttrengtheniog and pleasant Always eaten with a relish, and is so nice and delicate that the weakest stomach will retain it. Put up in packages at 25 cents, or $2.50 the dozen. MATTESON'S ELASTIC 8KLF-SYRINGEcan be easily used by either sex, or for children Sold for One Dollar only. COD LIVER OIL.—An extra fine lot of this wonderful remedy for Debility aud _Consumtrtidh, Just receive...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTIMORE RAILROAD COMPANY. _FsBRUAJtr 19th1858. A Special Meeting of the Stockholders of this Company will be held at tho office of the Company, in Wilmington, on TUESDAY, March 231,1858, at 12 M., to consiiler and act _^pop a pj_^n \9 be _prPpOflVfl b)' the Pirectors , tor creating and disposing of a new Mortgage Loan, tor the purpose of paying oft the loan and bonds of the Company. By order of the Board of Directors. ALFRED HORNER, fe_? O-td Secretary. FFICE OF THE CIT?~ PASSENGER RAILWAY, (via FIFTH and SIXTH streets,) Washington Building, THIRD street, above Spruce. CAUTION TO PARENTS AND GUARDIANS —As tbis Company have, with the aid of the police, done all in their powar to prevent aocidents along the route, they would ask that parents and others would caution their children from getting upon and running in front of the cars. MARTIN THOMAS ja27-lmif President. Sot Sale anh ®o Xet. TO PRINTERS—FOR SALE—THE subscriber, desirous of relinquishing t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

MOSES NATHANS, AUCTIONEER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, 8. S. oomer SIXTH and BAGS StreetB. AT PRIVATE SALE—Gold and silver patent lever, Lepine_, English, Swiss, and French watches, jewelry, of every description, musical instruments, &_.O., 4.0. AT PRIVATE SALE—Arranged on _Becond floor, household furniture, of every descriptionfeeds, mat tressescarpeting, looking glasses, fancy articles, ko.f tc&o. Out-door sales attended to _personally by the Auction eer. Charges very low. Consignments of furnltur* clothing, jewelry, <fco., 4c , solicited. MONEY ADVANCED. Liberal cash advances made on diamonds, watches iewelry, silver-plate, dry goods, clothing, _groceries * hardware, cutlerynegars, niuBioal instruments, fowl Ing pieces, furniture, bedding, horses, vehicles, har ness, and on all articles of value. _NOTICE.—All goods forfeited at Nathans' establishment, S. E. oorner of Sixth and Race streets, will be sold on Tuesday morning, 16th instant, at 10 o'clock_, at Mos...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

JAMES A. FREEMAN, AUCTIONEER, NO. 422 WALNUT STREET, above FOURTH. 0ARD-SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURB-TUBBDAY. _JTJ_^ We beg leave to inform the public that we hold our regular weekly sales of Furniture every Tuesday, at oar SPACIOUS SALES ROOMNO. 422 WALNUT STREETwhere every possible attention ia given to obt»in thehighap prioecierthe geeda of _tnose who may favor us with _TOnsignments. Families having portions ot their furniture to dispose of, or those declining housekeeping and not wishing sales at their own dwellings, can have their furniture CAREFULLY REMOVED TO OUB. SALES ROOMWHERE THKY _WIT.L REAL1_ZH BKTTMR PRICES _tfoR _THEIR _tfURMlflttftE THAN THEY CAN OBTAIN FROM ANY OF THE FURNITURE DEALERS OR ANY OTHER AUCTION STORB IN THE CITY. JJ7~ Persons favoring us with consignments _oaa regt _Msored that their property will not be sacrificed. J_£7~ Commissions more moderate than those _ohargsd by any other Auction House in the city. [_Ty - Consignments respectfully solicited, _JD...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

SAMUEL NATHANS, AUCTIONEER, and MONET LOAN OFFICE , No. 224 South THIRD Streetbelow Walnut, opposite Pear at., only eight doors below the Exchange. Hours of business from 7 o 'clock, A. If., until 10 o'ciook iu the evening. Out-door salesand sales at the Auotion _Hobjm_, Attended upon tbe most satisfactory terms, CAPITAL 1206,000. Established for the last Thirty Yian. _Advanoes made from one dollar to thousands on DU mondsSilver Plate, _Watohes, Jewelry, Hardware, Mer ohandizeClothing, Furniture, Bedding, CigarsMusical Instruments, Guns, Hones, Carriages , and woods ot every description. All goods ou remain U7 length of time agi««d upon. All advances, from one hundred dollars and upwards ¦ ' will be charged 2 per cent, per month; _|600 and over, the lowest market rate. This Store House having a depth of 120 faethaa large fire and thief-proof vaults to Btore all valuables , and prl vate watchmen for the premises; also, a heavy in»n ranoe effected for the benefit Of ftll persons _ka...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

insurance (_ilomiwmes GIRARD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANYPHILADELPHIA-Offloe, No 415 WALNUT Btreet, west of FOURTH—Sohuylklll N* vigation Company's Building, " _flBfl RISKS ONLY TAHJfN. " _JDIUCTfOKS. Joel Jones, Geo. W. Woodward, Wm. M. Swain, H. N. Burroughs, John _AnBpach, Jr., Thee. Craven, Joseph Klapp M.D., A. S. G.llett, John McClure_, Jer. Walker, J. B. Hughos, CD. Shoemaker, W. S. Bojd. H. R. Coggahah, Wm.C.Ruaman, John W. Olaghorn, Francis Peters. Hon. JOEL JONE8, President. A. S. QILLETT, Vice President. Jho. S. MoMoxlinSecretary aud Treasurer. _JlMlB B. Altokd, Assistant Secretary. fe3-8m-if MERICAN FIRE INSURANCE CO., INCORPORATED 1S10—CHARTE R PERPETUALNo. 310 WALNUT Street, above Third, Philadelphia. Having a large paid-up Capital Stock and Surplus, Invested in sound and available Securities, continue to insure on Dwellings, Stores, Furniture, Merchandise, Vessels in Port and their Cargoes, and other Personal Property. All Losses liberally aud promptly adju...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

ARRIVALS AT THE PRINCIPAL HOTELS, Up to 12 o'clock Last Night. GIRARD HOUSE—Cuestnnt street, below Ninth. J » Badger, Mississippi V. M Sailer, MisBisnlppl (ieo Thaver, Worcester Geo Denison. N York Ang C Denning, N York M Simon, N York Geo W Strong, Vermont K Denning, N York N B Ho<*ff & la, PittBburg E J Cowley, N York F _Kornj N York R J Jefford & la > 3Carolina D C Croxall. Baltimore Noah Spears, jr. & la, Ky Mrllarris, Ohio M II Effinger, Virginia Isaac Hardy, Virginia Dr Hardesty, Virginia P H Jackson N York H M Sweeney, D Columbia John Lathrop, Buffalo J E Mclntosh, N York Oliver W Barnes. Latrobe H E Wheeler. N York Edw C Thayer, _Massachus'_s W B Login, Missouri J W Uuehea, Ohio S C Bramwell, Ohio Wm W McGrew, Gin, O Ch«« Minot. N Y C 8 Bradley, Providence Dr McDonald, Texas 3 I. Weathvrly, Cleveland C II _OSgood, Portland, Me « L Davia, Mftsa John Gooday, England II K Bac_*n, Ky A _Royater, Mobile, Ala W V Dibble, Providence B P Cha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

MARSEILLES QUILTS in full Stock-Prices range from $1 to $8. _Same 12-4 sir.e, very handsome, at $5. Also, Lancaster Quilts and Dimity Spreads of every size, 12-4 Hamilton Sheetings at 33 cunts. Sheetings and Shirtings in full stock. N. B.—Extra tine Shirt Fronts, 50 cents. COOPER & CONARD, fe20 S. E. cor. NINTH and MARKET. ADIES' CLOAKS—CLOSING SALES—Prices marked down to cost and less. Woollen Long and Square Shawls. Broche Long and Square _Sbawln. Gents' Shawls, kct all reduced to _eoet. COOPER ft CONAKD, fe20 S. E. cor. NINTH and MARKET. _pASSIMERES, CLOTHS, SATINETS.— \~y Full stock low grades _Cassimeres, 50 to 75 cents. Cheap Satinets 31 to 60 cents. Fine _Cassimeres, fancy and black, $1 to $2. Excellent black _Cassimere at $1 per yard. Tailors' attention is desired. COOPER & CONARD, fe20 S E. cor. NINTH and MARKET. HUCKABACK TOWELINGS 10 cents " p*r yard, together with a variety of _desirable of superior goods at le«H than usual prices. CURWEN STODDART &am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

_T EE tU BEARE, 230 CHESTNUT STREET. NOW OFFER TUBIR SPRING IMPORTATIONS OF LACKS, WHITE GOODS, EMBROIDF.RIEfl, &O., fel9-2\V AT VBBV LOW PRICKS. ENGLISH SKIRTINGS. _BHAUPiiESS _unoTnEBs Uave received a fresh ssortment of BAYADBRK WOOLEN SKIRTS, BRIGHT COLORS fe_!9-rn CHESTNUT and EIGHTH _Sts. _IMflNTER CLOAKS CLOSING ODT. We now offer the balance of our Winter _stook at ONK-HALF FORMER PRICES. Western merchants buying for next Fall trade may meet with some desirable Job Lots on favorable terms. J. W. PROCTOR & CO., Successors to Geo. Bulpin 4, Co., _fe_!5-y 708 CHESTNUT Street. PLEASURE AND PROFIT!!!—CITY RAILROADS and THORNLBY & CHISMa DRY GOODS STORE '.—We would oall the attention of the Residents along the line of the New City Railroad to tho fact that they can for five cents come within two squares going south and three squares going north of our JUSTLY CELEBRATED CHEAP STORE ! ! ! thereby having a very pleasant and healthful ride, and saving at le...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

GEORGE W. SMITH, AUCTIONEER N. E. corner of BARRON and SOUTH Btreet above Second. EVENING SALES. BALES EVERY SATURDAY EVENING At 7_# o'clock , at the Auction Store, of Hardware , Out lery, Housekeeping Articles , Clothing, Watches , _Jew_$l ry, fancy Articles, tea. (_gentlemen' s _irnrmsliing (Koooo. FINE SHIRTS, made to order, and warranted, of elegant material and superior work manship. AlsoDress Stocks and Gentlemen; s Wrappers, at the Premium Store of W. W. KNIGHT, 612 ARCH Street, above Sixtb_^r no'21-y W ' RAPPERS! WRAPPERS! WRAP PERS!—A very large and elegant assortment at reduced prices. Also, heavy under-clothing of all descriptions, for gentlemen's wear, at W. W. KNIGHT'B, 612 ARCH Street, at_«ve Sixth. no21-y INCHESTER & SCOTT, GENTLEMEN'S FURNISHING STORE, and PATENT 8H_9ULDER 9EAM SHIRT MANUFACTORY. No. T06 CHESTNUT Streetabove Seventh Btreet, Philadelphia. The attention of Southern and Western Merchantsand Strangers, is particularly invited to this improved...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

Sales bn _faction* FURNESS, BRINLEY, & OO » Nos. 222 and 224 MARKET Street. SALE OF BRITISH UOODti. On Tuesday Morning, Feb. 23rd. at 10 o'olock, by _oataloguu, on six months' orwlit—400 pucJ<a_£*eK and _loid of _Drills dry _goodn, coua(>rtai<_ag a Uijre _assortment, IITT" Particular* hereafter. NOTICE TO UPHOLSTHRNRrt. lvonh silk brocatkllk damask and plushes—just Landed from steamer Ou Tuesday Morning, February 23, will b* sold—cases lb-4 magnificent quality Lyons lir.h silk brocatelle curtain damatkH. C neHl2-4 Hplendi._1 quality, and _entiro new _Patia _htyle_, all nilk, and silk aud wniHlft _itamnrtkH. Also, a full lino Paris scarlet " VbloniH d'Utrecht" worsted plushes. 017* The above goods are just lauded, and iu new and desirable patterns, and well worthy the attention of th_» trade. BONNETS' BLACK TAFFETAS 1JAYAPRRK POULT DE SOIK_, &c. On Tuesday Morning, 28 inch Ronneta1 superb quality black _taffetan. Lyons heavy bayadere poult d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY! For the accommodation of Families and Juveniles, an eutertainment will be given THIS AFTERNOON, commencing at % past 2, at THOMEUF'S VARIKTIBS-If. W. corner of FIFTH and CHESTNUI Streets, and for the publia generally at yt past T in the EVENING. Admission 10 cents. 10" For further information see Public Ledger. W. W. BATCHELOR, Musical Director. J. B. _THOMEUF, Manager and Proprietor. _ffe22-lt MR. FRAZER'S VOCAL ENTERTAINMEXT, consisting of Songs, Ballads, and Anecdotes, THIS EVENING, at ACADEMY HALL, southwest ' corner of BROAD and WALNUT Streets. To commence at s o'ciook. Tickets 2S cents—at the principal Music Stores, Hotels, and at the door. fe22-lw IRST EXHIBITION OF WATER COLOR PAINTINGS, under the direction of THE WATER-COLOR ASSOCIATION OP PHILADELPHIA, In aid of THK CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL. Exhibition to commence THURSDAY, February 18th, at the . building N. E. corner of TENTH and CHESTNUT Streets. Entranoe on Tonth street. Open daily, from 9 A.M. un...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

|_Tr - At a Meeting of the Representatives of theRELIEP ASSOCIATIONS of the several Wards of the City, held on February 2d, 185S, Sixteen Wards were represented, when the Hon. George M. Stroud, Of the Twentieth wardwftB called to the Chair, and Johs McMakbn. of the Sixth ward, was appointed Secretary. The following named gentlemen were duly authorized to receive contributions in aid of such Ward organizations as required immediate help, to enable them to relieve the wants of many suffering persons at this time out of employ : B D. StewartYork avenue and Willow street. Peter Rovoudt, 266 North Third street. Charles V. Hagner, 1715 Washington street, (_Spring Garden.) Joseph R. Chandler, 155 North Tenth street. J. Lewis Crew, Phoenix st. and Frankford road , Stephen Taylor, Oity Controller, _Girurd Bank. Geo. M. Stroud, Twentieth and Master streets. Wm. J. BfulleD. Fifth and Chestnut streets. J. J. Greenfield, 604 Washington street, SouthwarK. _Jesper Harding & Son, Pennsylv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

_2_vntttsement MRS. D. P. BOWERS' WALNUT ST TFIEATRK. MR. E. L. DAVENPORT respectfully announces that, having finally withdrawn the services of Mrs. DAVENPORT and himself from the Arch-street Theatre, Mrs. D. P. _BOWKUa, leHsoe of the above-named pou'_^lar place of _amuaameiit, ha?* ino_»t kindly and liberally afforded him the opportunity of taking a formal leavo of his friends and patrons, as suggested by the following correspondence : Washington Housr, Feb. 20th, 1858. Mrs. D. P. _Boweks : Dear Madam: Having withdrawn the services of Mrs. D. and self from the Arch-street Theatre, 1 write to ascertain if I can make an arrangement for your Theatre for one night next, week, for a Farewell Benefit, as I am desirous of taking a mere formal leave of those friends and patrons from whom wo have received so much kindness. Your early reply will oblige Yours, truly, E. L. DAVENPORT. Wai.nut-strekt Thkatrk, Feb. 20th, 1858. K. L. Davrnport, Esq. : Dear fir: Your favor of this mornin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

_CJcatljs. On the 21st instant, Mrs. HENRIETTA. widow *f the late James S. Ritchie. ' *** On the morning of the 21_nt iust., JOHN C. H0WELL, in the 61st year of his age. * On Satu day evening, tbe 20th instant, ANNE AT, widow of Thomas Smith, ' Esq., late of Delaware county, aged 70 years. Her funeral will take place from her late _residence, in Darby Township, on Tuesday , the 23d instant, at two o'elook P M. #* Suddenly, on Friday afternon, SARAH, wife of Julius Theinhardt, and daughter of Reuben Manley, aged 32 years. The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend her funer.il , from the residence of her husband, Vine street, east of Twenty-flrst, on Tuesday morning. _February _«3d. at 10 o'clock. ** On the 10th instant, MIRIAM, widow of the late John Cridland, in the 73d year of her age. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from her late resideuco, on the Township-line road, east of Broad street, on Wednesday aft...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

jmr ©nations. [Reported for The PreflH.] Stinr City of Richmond, Mitchell, Richmond, Va.~ 070 _boxe.s tobacco, 77 cases do., Thos. Webster, Jr.; 101 _< :i__ses tobacco, 2(1 boxes do.. Bucknor, McCainmon & Co.; 04 boxes tobacco, A. & R Armstrong ; 93 boxes toliicco, Mercer & _Antelo; 31 boxes tobacco, 22 cases do., Dohan & Taitt; 52 boxes tobacco, J. R. Sank : 11 _hhds. tobacco, H. O'Donnell; GO bags fruit, H. A Caldwell; 2 boxen _nidse., Dr. Jayne & Son ; 10 bbls. flour, A. Agnew; 34 balu._s cotton, J. Palmer <V Co.; 40 bbls. flour. C. Macdanicl; 21 bags Chestnuts. Tustin & _Shewell: 36 oalei rags, Server a iUarker; 00 bbls oysters, Capt. Mitchell; 48 empty casks, Mussey, Collins A. Co.; 6 empty ciska, F. Gaul; 175 empty casks, 00 pkgs. sundries, o>der. PHILADELPHIA BOARD OF TRADE. _JiENJ. MAKBHALL, J A. J. DeuBTSBIUE_, > COMMITTRB OF _IHB _MOMTK. RiCiiABU Wood, S _SAILING OF THE OtEAS _STfcAiUEKS. FROM ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

OFFICE OF THE PHILADELPHIA AND READING RAILROAD COMPANY, Philadelphia, Feb. 8,1858. NOTICE.—The Stockholders of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Oompany are hereby notified thatby virtue of an aot of Assembly of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, entitled " An aot providing for the Consolidation of the Lebanon Valley Railroad Company, and the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company," approved the 6th day ot May, A. D. 1857, the Directors amd Managers of each of said corporations have entered into a joint agreement, under the Corporate seal of each of said Companies, for the consolidation of said Companies, and Merger of said Lebanon Valley Railroad Company—prescribing the terms and conditions thereof, and the manner of converting the Capital Stock of the said Lebanon Valley Railroad Company into the stock of the said Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company, and containing all such other provisions as have been deemed necessary to perfect the said Consolidation and Merger...

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