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Id=233 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

EVANS & WATSON'S PHILADELPHIA MANUFACTURED SALAMANDER SAFES, No. 26 South FOURTII Street, Philadelphia.—TRUTH 13 MIGHTY, AND MUST PREVAIL! Report of the Committed appointed to Superintend the Burning of the Iron Safes at Reading. February 27th, 1857 : HxadisoMarch 4th. The undersigned, members of the committee, do respectfully report, that we saw the two Safes originally agrned upon l>y lr"arro]s ft Herring and Evans & Watson, placed nide by aide in a furnace, viz: the Safe in uso by the Paymaster of tho Philadelphia and Reading Rail, road Company, In his oIQco at Reading, manufactured by Farrola & Herring, and the Safe in use by H. A. Lantz, in his fltoromanufactured by Kvans & Watson, utid put in books and papers precisely alike. The (Ire waB atarted at 8K o'clockA. 31,, and kept up until four cords of green hickory wood, two cords of dry oak and half chestnut-top wood were entirely consumed, tho fl\oU under thd superintendence of the subsc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

iiiocrjinac ano 3ton. R "^ icJhaed v norris & soX"^^!^ TIVB STBAM ENGINE BUILDERS, SKVENTKKNTH StllKKT, UAUJLTO^, PAIRVJEW AN1I SWIINO OAKIIBN STKJJKIS, PHILADELPHIA. EnKaeed excluaWely in the mannfacture of LOCOMOTIVE STEAM ENGINES. Mainifntitor© to order Locomotive* of any atrftiiKemoiit. woiglit or enpauity, for tha use of Wood or Coke, or Bituminous Coal in \ts crude state, or ANTHRACITE COAL, W1TH00T KKITIISO BMOKE, QA8 OR PIRB. In design, material and workmanship, the Locomotives produced at thene Worka are equal toand not excelled by any. The material uhed In construction are mado on the spot, and insure the best quality and most reliable stock. The largo extent of Shopa, and Complete Equipment of Machinery and Tools, enable them to execute the BEST OF WORK WITH OREAT DESPATCH , OP ANV ARRANQKMENT JtKQtJIREn. CHIU.ED CAR WHEELS, UAMMEHED AXLES, With Fonrifljjs of any tiie or form, IRON AND BRASS CASTrNQS, And MAOHINR WORK generally. BICIIARP N0RM8. UtiNHV LATIURR NO...

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Id=263 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

TVEw TOKK LINES.—THE CAMDEN 11 AND AMBOT RAILROAD AND PHILADELPHIA AND TRENTON RAILROAD COMPACT'S LINK. FROM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK, AND WAT PLACES. Leave as iollows, vix: Fark . At 1 A. M.. from Senslngton Depot, ria> Jersey City, Mail $2 Si At 6 A.M., via Camden and Jersey City, New Jersey Accommodation 2 23 At 6 A. JI., via Camden and Amboy- Accommodation 2S5 At 7 A. at., via Camden and Jeiter City, Mornlnx Mail „ JOB At 10A.M., by steamboat Trenton , via Taeony and Jersey City, Morning Express 3 00 At 2 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, C. and A. Express 3 Ui At S P. M. via Camden and Jersey City. Evening Mail .7T7IT 3 00 At 3 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation , 1st Class 2 00 At 3 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation, 2nd Class X 50 At 6 P. JI., via Camdea and Amboy, Accommodation, 1st Class 3 00 At © P. M., via Camden and Ambo/, Accommodation, 2nd Class I T5 The 5 P. M. line runs dally, aU others Sundays excepted. Express Lines stop at the principal stat...

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Id=236 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

(ffoluuro nub (Eigatc. HAVANA CIGARS—A hundsome assort, imyit, nuch as i'igaro, PartagM. CalianO3, Sultnns, tilorln, Jupiter , Coloso, I Convcrciantes Torroy Lopei, Union Americana, Orojoli, Flora Cubana, Ac, Ac,, &c , in ^, V1-5 and 2-10 ;oxe*. of all sizes and qualitli's, In jtoro and constantly recoiling, ami for sale low, by C1IAIILKS TETE (ucrc) 138 WA1NBT Streov, aul-ly below Second, necoudntary FlGl3w,TAMNAS " AinWAUT AGA S SKUAItS —A choico invoice of theao celebrated brands on board brig " New Era" daily expected from Havana, and for ssle low, by CHAJtLES TKTK, (N«v) 135 ' Walnut stroot, below Beccml, aul Boeond lltory. Hoots onb Shoco. NO. 442, SOUTHEAST CORNER OP MARKET nod TO'TH Street*. Oentlonion'a Beii Patent Leather Oaltor Boots. " " Calf do. do " " P»tent Leather Oxford Tlej. " " Call do. do. << " Patent Leather and Calf narrowstrap 8boes. Boys' and Youths' Patent Leather nnd Calf Skia Haitor Boots and Bhoei. aul-tf For salo by GEO. W. TAYL...

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Id=262 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

Hailroods PENNSYLVANIA HAILKOAD.—THE GBEAT CEKTBAL BOUTS, connecting the Atlantic Cities with Western, North-western, and Southwestern Statesby a continuous Railway direct. This Road also connect* at Pittsburgh with daily line of steamers to ill points on the Western Rivers, and at ClevKland and Sandusxywith Bteansersto all ports on the Korth-we( tern Lakes; nuking tie most DIRECT, CHEAPEST and BELIABLK BOCTEby which Freight can be forwarded to and from tbe GREAT WEST. BATES Bttwuis PHILADELPHIA ASD PITTSBURGH. Fiest C1.A35—Boots. Shoes , Htts, and ' Caps, BooksDry Uoc4», <ia boxta bales and trunks), Ifrugs, (in boxaa and bales) Feathers, i 3 ara, Ac T5c. per 100 kfe Second Class—Domestic Sheeting Shirting and Ticking. (In otitf&al bales), Drn^s (in casks), Hardware, Leather, (in rolls or boxes), Wool, and 8be«p Pelts, Eastward, &e. &c.u.e0c. per 100 Kr. Thi&d Class—Anvils, Steel, Chai&s, (in casks), Hemp, Bacon and Pork, Salted, ...

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Id=235 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Pains and Sprains. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho groat Liniment, cures Wounds and Bruiser. BENNETT'S EMBRO9ATION—The great Liniment, cures RhouuiAtiam. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Neuralgia. BE NNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho grent Liniment, caret) Frosted Limbs. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho grout Liulment, cures Swellings. BE NNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Linimimt, cures Chapped UanrtH. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Tooth Ache. BE NNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho great Llnimont, cures 8o>-a Throat. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Galls and Bruises. BENNETT'S EMBKOCATION--The great Liniment, cures Sums and gcaldi. BE NNETT'S EMBROCATION— Tho Kreat Liniment, cures Lumbago. BEN NETT'S EMBROCATION;—Tho great Liniment, cures Croup. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION;—Tho great Liniment, cures Cramps. BE NNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Lumps and Tumors BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho great Liniment, is th...

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Id=256 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

SIX PENNY SAVINGS FUND, Corner of FIFTH and WALNDT Streets Open daily, from 9 to 3, and on Tuesdny and Friday Evenings, until 8 o'clock. Large or sinnll sums received, and paid without notioewith FIVE PER CENT. INTEREST, by check or otherwise. JOHN THOMSON, Pres't. VICB PRPSIDKXT3, THOS. T. TASKER, EDWIN M. LEWIS. SECRETARY AND THKASURKR, WM. T. ELBE1VP. TBOSTEKS, JolmB AustinWra. C. Ludwig, John K Addlcks, 1). O. Levy, galMiuni Alter, Charles E. Lex, M.W. Baldwin, A MUkoy, William Clark, Israel W .Morris, Jr., Ephraun Clark, Jr., Wm. Neal, Charles S. Carstairs, Thos. Neilsou Robert Clark, Thomas S. Reed, M. D A. J. Droxel, J.uuin nuwll, Charles Dutilh, Thos. P. Sp.trh.iwk, Win. B. Foster, Oscar Thompson, Benjamin Gerhard, 1'etiT Williamson, John Jordan , Jr., Wnc S. Waterman, Lewis Lewis, Jr., Cbarlcs T YerkeB. NO. 8« (241) DOCK STREET. — FIV b PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUN» N O. 83 (211) DOCK STREET. — FIVE PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND NO. 83 (241) DOCK STREET. - FIVE PER CENT. ...

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Id=234 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

iUebicince NIN ETEENTH CENTURY!—THE GRKAT REMEDY OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY 18 TUB IMPEUIaL DKPUUATIVB This is now the great standard remedy for diseases of tho IJloo.1Stomach and Lifer. If you have a CanctroHS or Scrofulous affection, at once use the Imperial Depurative. Tetur,~~&r6 you troubled with this obstinate and unpleasant disewwT Use the Imperial Depurative, Try but one bottle. ifareyou H'hlte Swelling, Hip Disease, or Glandular SirulHngr)? The Imperial Dtputative will effect a cute. Try it. For Pimples, Blotches find Eruptions of the Skin gpnerally, you ha* q & prompt and certain remedy in the Imperial Depurative. One bottle will satinfy you of iti efficacy. Ust the Imperial Depurative} if you would have a clearhealthful, and boautiful complexion. Ute the Imperial Depurative for a diseased state of the Liver or Utotnach. For females of a weak and debilitated habit and shattered m-rves, tho Imperial Dtpurative is junt what in required to rO'in vigors to...

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Id=264 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

CHANGE OF HOPES.—PHILADELPHIA, WILMINGTON AND BALTIMORE RAILROAD. On and after Thursday, July 2d, 1SS7, PASSEKaKK TRAINS 1EA.YE PHILADELPHIA. For Baltimore at 8 A. M.. 1 P. M., (Express,) and 11 P.M. For Wilmington at 8 A.M.. 14.15 and 11 P. M. For New Castle at S A. M., 1 and 4.15 P. M. For Middletown at 8 A. M- and 4.15 P.M. For Dover at 8 A. M. and 4.15 P. M. For Seaford at 8 A. U. and 4.13 P. SI TRAINS JOB PHILADELPHIA Leave Baltimore at 3.W, express, 11 A. it-, and 8 a P.M. Leave Wilmington at S 50 and 11.55 A.M., and 3.38 and«.6BP.M. Leave Hew Castle at C.SO and 11 05 &, M , and 9 OS P.M. Lo*T« UidJLatawn at lO.Oa A. U. &o4 3.OS P. U. Leave Dovir at 8 SO A. H". end T P. H. Leave Seaford at 7.00 A M. and 4.00 P. M TRAIN'S FOR BALTIMOBE Leave Wilmington aa »15 A. H., 2 P.M. and 12.U A.M. SUNDAYS only at 11 P. M. from PhD&ielphia to Baltimore, do. do. 6.05 P. M. from Baltimore to Philadelphia. BALTIMORE AND HATBE DH 6EACE ACCOMUO DATIOS TRAIN Leaves ...

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Id=266 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

PH ILADELPHIA, GERMANTOWN ANn NrmnTSTmrw Ttxn.ROATi—smiMCS AR¬ RANGEMENTS. On and after May 5th, IS57. FOR GKBMAKTOWS. Leave Philadelphia at 6, 7,8. SlO-min., 10.11",", A. M., and 1,23-10 mln., 4, 5, S, 1, 8,9, UX, P. M. ixjire; Germantown at 6, 7, 7-35, S, 9-lt> min., lot, UXA. M., 123-10 rnin., 4, 567810}, -, P- M. The 7-35 o'clockA. M-, train from Germantown, will not stop at intermediate St&tions-OS 8CXDATS. Leave Philadelphia at «-20 A. M., 2, 3,10,5-30 and P.M. Leave Germantown at 3-2), 9-20 A. U., 1-10, 4.S, 6 15, and 7 P.M. CHS3TNUI HILL BAILR8AD. Leave Philadelphia at 6, 8,9-10 nan., lljj A. M . 2, 4, 6, 8,9P. M. Leave Chestnut Hill at 7-15, 7-35,10-10, 11-10, win A. M., 1-40, 3-40, 5-40, T-40,10-10 min., P. M. ON S0XDAV3. Leave Philadelphia it 9-20 A. M., 2, SX «nd 8 P. M. Leave Chestnut Hill at 8 A. M., 12-50,4-10, and li-40 P.M. On and after May 4th, 1857. FOR MANATTJSK, C0NSH0HOCKES, AND NOR 8IST0WN. Leave Philadelphia at 6, 0, and 11, A. M., and ...

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Id=267 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

NORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD FOR BETHLEHEM, EASTON, ALLEXTOWN, MAUCH CHUNK, WILKESBARBB, DOyLESTOW.N, THROCGH TO BETHLEHEM WITHOUT CHANGE OP CARS. On and after Wednesday, July Sth. 1857, the trains oa this Road will lea\e as follows, daily, (Sundsys ex cepted: For Bethlehem, Easton, AUentownMaarh Chunk, Wilkesbarre, &c, via Lehigh Valley Railroad, Morning Expressat 8 15 A.M. For Bethlehem, Easton, AUentown. Mauch Chunk, via Lehigh Valley Railroad, Evening Express, at 2 15 P.M. Passengers for Easton by 2 15 P. H. train take stages at Iron Hill station. For Doylestown, (Accommodation) at 8 45 A. M and 4 P.M. For GwynedJ (Accommodation) at 6 a) P. SI. RETURNINGLeave Bethlehem at 915 A. M. and 2 45 P M with Passengers, via Lehigh Valley Railroad, from Eastou, AUentown, Mauch Chunk, Wilxesbarre, Jcc , arriving in Philadelphia at 12 10 M and 5 45 P. M. Leave Doylestown, (Accommodation) at 6 45 A. it. and 410 P. M Leave Gwynedd, (Accommodation) at 6 50 A M. OX SUNDAYS. Leave Phi...

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Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

?:¦' . ¦ " ' ¦ ¦ ' ' . themn:iur-(uumtew& Have laid their fancy on the tack, ¦ : To oelobrite.eaoh varied hoe;.. . . But jfotorte Mdgle worditiey. sig'?.- <- 1 ; * Abontthopleajingeyeofigrey-'. • ¦ < . ' .:.!.-' IliktUiamildjreyiyailtoiMbs ' . " .'! "ffhiohMost X1ot#4 h(rf ! * yos of.Krey^ -,-And jteaoh glanoo emits no blazes,..;,-As thpae of Uaok,I .fcjttw that tbeyi * „. Po»3<a8.aohamithsWaBBuiSuo. , ... Heaitt that TfithBlocHlbcitliWwjK and Hue Tho face M&ir, with eyes of black—With eyes at gray is still more fair, , For wh»AKolMt>Wemiylaok , *' '. •¦•' Ismir iarip.bytHe softer air',- ¦ - Imparted'iothe ' loTeljEfaceJ, "... ' Thitgreyandbluo so often .graces. - '¦ The black may pierce the gator through, And make the lightest spirits dance—' Ota souls may melt before the blue, " ' : Or die away in ploMure's trance; , ¦ Satl^ illWUlmyh'ofuaeepay ' ',- " ', To ihe enchanting eye ofgrey.. The eye that kindly beams on me,., ... Shall...

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Id=255 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

SAVING FUND—FIVE PER CENT. INTEREST—NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST COMPANY.—WALNUT STREET, SOUTH-WEST CORNER OF THIRD, PHILADELPHIA. IKCOBPOKATEO BY TUB SlATB OF PENNSYLVANIA. Money is received in any sum, largo or small, and interest paid from the day of deposit to tho day of with-Tho offico is open every day from 9 o'clock in the morning till 7 o'clock In the evening, and on Monday and Thursday ovouiugs till 9 o'clock All uumslarge or small, are paid back in gold on demand, without notice, to any amount. HON. HENBY L. 11ENNBRPresldont. ROBERT SEI.FRIDUE, Vice Prcideut. Wm. J. Reed, Secretary. pirectors: Hon. Henry L. Bcnner, C. Landreth Munns, Eio.ardL. Carter, F. Carroll BtOTBter, Robert Sulfridfio, Joseph 11. Barry, Saml. K. Abhton, Henry L. Churchman, James B. SmithPraucis Lee. This Company confines its business, entirely to the receiving ol * money on interest. Tho investments, amouutiug to over ONE MILLION AND A HALF OF DOLLARS, aro made in conformity with the provisions of the Char...

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Id=265 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

SPRING AKBANGEMENT.—PENNSYLVANIA OESIBAL RAILROAD.—Sunning ia direct connection with the PITTSBURGH, J0B.T WAYNE AND CHICAGO BAILROAD. For Cincinnati, St. Lonis. Iowa City. Louisville. New Orleans, St. Pauls, ' Indianapolis, Cleveland; Kansas. Terre Haute, Chicago * Nebraska. In advance of all other routes out of Philadelphia. Forming close connection icitA all the Grrai Western Railroads. THROtTGH«rBAIXS Leave Philadelphia, for Pittsburgh and western cities, from the Pennsylvania Railroad Passenger Station, south-east corner of ELEVENTH and MARKET streets , (entrance on Eleventh street.) aB follows : Mail Train at 7—A.M. Fa»t Line at 12 55, P. M. Express Mail at II 00. Night. Colombia R. B. Line leaves for Harrisborg at 2.20, P. M., Lancaster )Aecomn>odaUon,} at 4.29P. 31. The Express Mai] rues dailr, tbe other trains, Sondays exeepted. For further particulars see hand-bills, at tbe different starting-points. Passengers from tbe West will find this the shortest and most ex...

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Id=247 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

ATLANTIC MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY , OK PHILADELPHIA.— Office, at EAST FRONT OP THE FARMERS' AND MECHANICS' BANK BUILDING, opposite the Custom House. MARINE INSUKANCE on Vessels Cargo and Fright to nil parts of the World INLAND INSURANCE on Goods, by Blvera, Canals, Bailroads, Ice. PIRE INSURANCE on Stores , Dwellings and Merchandise gonerally. ASSETS OP THE COMPANY, Novemljor 1, 1858. Bonds, Mortgages, Philadelphia City, and > a-,Q I1T n~ other loans {*«,*»' <" Stocks In Banks, Railroads and Canals 114,835 16 Bills Receivable 12 ,900 00 Premiums on Policies, recently issued, aud ) omor other Debts duo tho Company < 1 - ' 974 "" Cash on hand 4,761 48 $173,887 98 DIRECTORS. John L. Linton, II. B. Atkins Geo. W. Pomeroy, Joseph 0. Grubb, James C. Finn, Maurice A Wnrts Theo. C. Lewis, Thomas A. Robinson, Charles Tete, Benjamin Orue, Peter Maison, Win. C. Milligan. JOHN L. LINTON, President. ¥». B. Parked, Secretary. aul-6t

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Id=246 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY .-The PENN MUTUAL LIVE INSURANCE COMPANY, Southeast Corner of THIRB and DOCK Streets. Capital, $612,725 03. INSUHKS LIVES lor short terms, or for the whole term of life—grants annuities and endowments—purchases life on interests in Real Estate, and mokes nil contracts depending on the contingencies of Life. They act as Executors, Administrators, Assignees, Trustees and Guavdiaus. MONEY RECEIVED ON DEPOSIT in any amount-Five Per Cent. Interest altowed from date of deposit, payablo back on demand without notice. ASSETS OP THE COMPANY, January 1st, 1857. Loans or the State of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia City, Penn'a Railroad, Camdeu and Amboy Railroad, and other Loans $179,885 38 Uonils, Mortgages and lleal Eitate 117,137 19 Stocks in U&nks, Insurance, Gas and Railroad Companies 81 ,729 98 Premium Notes and Loans on Collaterals K)3,0!tt 01 Oaih in Bank, due from Agents, Intereatetc 88,780 47 Guarantee Capital, Subscription Notes 100,000 00 $711...

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Id=268 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

COTTON—200 bales good Middling to Middling Fair Cotton, in store and fur sale by MARTIN £ MACAL1STER anl 119 North Water Street. OSS—17 bales Carolina Moss . Tijr sale by MABTIN & MACAIASTER, aul 119 North Water Street. |~iOTTON—100 bales Gulf Cotton, in More l> «« f.. tfl. * juMta x M ,cilISIBB) aul 119 North Water Street. VANS' GREAT GIFT BOOK SALE, No 3SJ CHESTHUT Street. N. B.—No wunee tioa with anr other house In the City. ml-3m A GUT WITH EVERY BOOK, TTORTH from M Centa to 100 Dollars, at HAGEE'S GIFT BOOK STORE, No. 337 CHESTNOt Street, second door below f onrlh, Philadelphia. ' ani-lw SPI KES.—BAILBOAD SPIKES AND CBAIBS constantly on iani. Order* rewired (« light Railroad Iron—28 »s.. S3 Ibs _ ^ 40 fts. pnnii. HANDr * MO&BIS , - ttfla ; S.E.WWryrratailffaiMt.

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Id=245 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

rpiIE PENNSYLVANIA COMPANY FOR NniT?K3 RAN ° ES ° N UVM ANL ' ««ANT«SO ANOtBce No 304, Walnut »t«.i , abuTe Third 0 $500 000 ° ' ° ' ° 1 ° C * ' P - Ml C "p ' t111 Tliii Company Insure Lives, granl Annuities sell Endowments, purchase Interests, and insVe contracts in goneral, that depend upon the contingencies of life They act as Executors, Adm!nlstrac0rg,and Assigneesalso, as Trustees for Minors and Heirs. They receive MONEY on depositand allow interest rrom date of deposit until called for. All sums beiug repaid on DEMAND. CHARLES DUTIUI, President. WILLIAM B HILI,, Actuary. UIRK0TOR8. William Kirkhain , I Joseph Swift Henry J. Williams, Thomas Biddle John K. MitchellM. D-, llilham II. Hart, J. Pemberton Ilutcbvnwn, Wm. S Vaw, Edwla M. IisvU, Wra. llarmar t. iiopkhiBoo, j. b. Wucherer. nul-Gt

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Id=244 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

Snsnrante . Companies PHILADELPHIA FIRE AND LIFE INi t, 6UUAN0E COMPANY , incorporated bvthaBtato { '¦Hlvaniain 1848, are now otabllshed in their NEW OM-IOE, No. 433 CHESTNUT Street, where they r " S " °R™ 'i$'Jaal" ALL KINDS W 1NSDKAN0B, from LOSS BY FIRE, on property of every description, nwi ;i*!'fl!«S° un ' 1)r ' lllclua "'S PUBLIC BUILDINOS, , J'l'iS/ ST0KK8 ' WAUKHOUSKS, FACIOK1E3 and MANUFACTOMES , W01USSH0PS , VESSELS, &c. *fe MKKCIIANMZK of all kinds STOCKS OF ST.?.??,^?' 0 *" of "WNTRY ST0liE8, Ifoods on B*" y MUD, STOCKS and TOOLS of AKnivn." 11 MECHANICS; FUBNITUKEJE1VS ,'r rIXTURE3 ' Sc -' * «•. * «¦. «"= .at moderate Thl., rT " mmta > ancl tm »ny Wild of timo. S!SS«b.»h "< ™^. t £jfr t rK I SfS^ll^ etaIP "

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Id=208 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL '' The Baroness "yigier, who, as Sophie Cruvellimode so great a sensation in the miulaal worldrang at a concert given at Vflnncs tbe other day for tho poor, which produced 4000f. Meyerbeer is daily expected in Paris, for the purposeof making arrangements for the production ofhis long-looked for opera, " L'Afrioaine." An English paper says that Lord IFurd is about to marry Mademoiselle Plccolomini. '. : Mdlle. ' Ortolsni has been re-engaged at her f&ejwifl Xheatro for {area years, . * .. ^jtyp ^._L:jfi^.L^lill£LllL—-1-1—, It is repprfedat Brussels tbat ' Queea Victoria, iifter visiting tho Kmporor and Empress of tho Frorioh early in Septembor, will proceed to Brussels, whore nor Miijcsty will remain for a few days, on a visit to King Leopold. Tub Sauawak Chinese.—It appears that tho Dutch have given promotion to tlie Chinese who attempted tho umssacre of tho Europoans at Sarawak. A Java paper says: "On the 28th of Maroh, 1,200 Chinoso, men, wome...

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