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

A BEAUTIFUL HEAD OF RICH GLOSSY HAIR, COMPLETELY PRESBRVBD TO THE GREATEST AGE. And who that is gray would not have it restored to former color ; or bald, but would have the growth restored; or troubled with dandruff and itching, but would have it removed; or troubled with scrofula, scald head, or other eruptions , but would be cured ; or with *ick head-ache (neuralgia), but would be cured? It will also remove all pimples from the face and skin. Prof. Wood's Hair Restorative will do all this—see circular and the following: Ask Arbor. November 6,1856. Prof. O. J. Wood—Dear Sir : I have heard much said of the wonderful effects of your Hair Restorative, but having been so often cheated by quackery and quack nostrums, hair dyes, kc.,1 was disposed to place _your Restorative in the same category with the thousand and one louUly-trurapetea quack remeflieg, until I met you in Lawrence county some months since, when you gave me such assurance as induced the trial of your Restorative i...

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

HMO WESTERN _TRAVELLERS. M. SPRING AND SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILWAY. TWO BAILY TRAINS FROM BALTIMORE TO PITTSBURGH AND THE WEST. On and aftor June 1st, 1867, TWO DAILY TRAINg will leave Calvert Station for Pittsburgh and all Wf_*t Bru and South or Northwestern cities. THE MORNING MAIL TRAIN Leaves Baltimore daily {Sunday excepted) at 8.15 A. M. connecting with the Mail Train over the Great Pennsylvania Railroad, and arriving In Pittsburgh at 1.20 ' THE AFTERNOON EXPRESS TRAIN LeaveB Baltimore daily (Sunday excepted) at 8 P. M. for Harrisburg. THE NIGHT EXPRESS TRAIN Leaves Baltimore EVERY NIGHT at 10 P. Jl., con neoting with the Lightning Express over the Pennsylvania Railroad for Pittsburgh, arriving at 1.20 P. M. 017 " All these trains connect closely at _Pittsburg with trains over the Pittsburgh , Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad, and its _Northern, Southern and Western _connections. [XT* Passengers for Chicago, Rook Island. Burlinf ton, Iowa City, Milmaukee...

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

WONDERS OP THE AGE—LIGHT, LIGHT FOR ALL.—D. P. PETERS'Patent Non-Explosion Self-Generating GA8 LAMPS is just the thing to suit all. Price $1.50 up ; all may have a superior Light bye ailing at the Bepot. This Lamp is adapted to all places and purposes, and only requires a trial to test its advantages over all others. The Lamp forms its own gas. Our Patent Burners can he fitted to every ordinary Fluid Lamp, with little expensewithout the least possible danger. All are invited to call and examine for themselves. Town , County, and State rights for sale. The proprietor is in want of Agents, giving a rare chance to make money. D. P. PETER8, Gas Lamp Depot, no24-3m S.W.cor Second and Chestnut _sta. Philad JAMR3 FAWSON. JAMBS B. NICHOLSON _PAWSON & NICHOLSON, BOOKBINDERS. 619 MINOR STREET, Between Market and Chestnut, below Sixth street. Books bound for public or private libraries in the neatest and most durable uiauner. OonnoitMeurs can depend upon having their rare aud choic...

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

_iUeoicinal A NALYSIS OF LYON'S CATAWBA . BRANDY by A A. HAYES, M. D., AS3AYER TO THK STATB OF MASBACHU8HTT8. {General Chahaotkr.—A light-yellowish browncolored spirit, having a fragrant odor; when evaporated from clean linen it left no oil or offensive matter. Analyzed tor volatile and _Bxed drugs, of wKichm_^ tratfi of any kind were/ound. Its color isprov_^Pto be due to a colored resin an extract derived from wood. JEJ-In every respect it ia a puro spiritous liquor. Tbe fragrance or bouquet which it possesses can be isolated, and it then appears unlike that from Cognac Brandy or Wine, beiug a fruity essence resulting from a peculiar fermentation of Catawba and Isabella Grapes Chemical Character.—1,000 parts in volume of this spirit contains at 60 deg F. 461 2-10 parts of pure alcohol, besides the fragrant oil. 1,000 parts of tho spirit afford 23 parts of a strong solution of the oil which characterizes this Brandy j the spirit left, after removing the oil, is pure and odor...

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

/_CHARTER OAK FIRE AND MARINE _\J INSURANCE OOMPANr or HABTFORD, CONN. Cash Capital $300,000. Losses in _Philadelphia and vicinity adjusted at the Philadelphia _OJfict, By leave w« refer to D. S. Brawn k Oo., Phila. I Hon. Joel Jones, Phila. Ohaffees, Stout k Co., " Hon. _Rufua Choate, Boston Hacker, Lea & Co., " I Hon. T..S. WilliamsHart'd We have facilities for placing any amount of Insurance in the most reliable Companies. PHILADELPHIA " GENERAL IN8URANCE AGENCY, No. 418 (old No. 146) CHESTNUT ST. _THQMPBON k ROOD, aul-Om Agents. MANUFACTURERS' INSURANCE COMPANY.—CHARTER PKUPETUAI—Granted b y the State of _Pennsylvania. Capital, $600,000. firs, Marine, and Inland Transportation. DHtJCCTORS. Wm. A. Rhodes, James P. Smyth, Aaron 8. Lipplnoott, T. Rinaldo Sank , Charles J. Field, John P. Simons, Wm. Meal, M. Richards Muckle, Charles Wis_*_, Thomas Bell. WM A. RHODK8, President. CHARLES W ' lSB, Vice President. ALFRED WEEKS, Secretary. J. W. MARTIKN, Surveyor. This Compan...

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

RauroaOa OCTO PENNSYLVANIA _lOCU JlCxJO central railroad IoOci from philadelphia to pittsburgh, And thence by IUilrond to WHEELING, ST. LOUIS, STKUBENVILLE, CLEVELAND, CINCINNATI, CHICAGO. LODISVILLH, BU11LINGTON, INDIANAPOLIS, ST. PAULS. Ami all intermediate points In OHK_), INDIANA, ILLINOIS, KENTUCKY, MICHIGAN, WISCONSIN, MINNESOTA, MISSOURI. KANSAS AND NEBRASKA. _Pafliiengers to _pointn_^n-est of Pittsburgh, Wheeling, Cleveland and Creethnu, have choice of routed, _aDdare _tequested to make a selection before applying for tickets. TWO THROUGH TRAINS LEAVE PHILADELPHIA DAILY, Forming close connections at Pittsburgh to all points West. FAST MAIL AND _ACCOMMODATION TRAINS , ( SUNDAYS BXCKPTKB.) Fast Mail Line at 1 P. M., arriving in Pittsburgh at 5 A. M. , Express Mall Train at 11 night, arriving In PUtebni_«h Altoona Way Train at 8 A. M., arriving at Altoona at o P. M. _Harriaburg Accommodation Train, via Columbia. leaves Philadelphia at 3 P. M., arriving in HarrUburg RE...

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

\_TEW YORK LINES.—THE CAMDEN 1 AND AMBOY RAILROAD AND PHILADKLPHIA b\_HJ) TRENTON RAILROAD COMPANY'S LINES. PROM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK, AND WA PLACES. Leave as follows, vi*: Fabv, it 1A.M., from Kensington Depot, via Jersey City, Mail it kt 6 A. M., via Oamden and Amboy. Accommodation % 25 At 8 A. M., via Oamden and Jersey Olty, Morning Mail ..... 8 At 1014 A. M.. from Kensington Depot, via Jersey _CHr, Morning Kxpresn 8 At 2 P. M., via Oaindun aud Auiboy, 0. and A. Express 8 At 6 P. M. via Oamden and Jersey City, Evening Mall 8 At 3 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation, 1st Clans % At 3 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation, 2nd Class. 1 At 5 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation, 1st Class.. 2 00 At 5 f>. M., via Camden aad _Ambor_, AceomnrtdatIonl 2ndClaB8.,..,, , .,,,,,..,..., ,. I _7S Tbe 6 Pi M. line runs daily, all others Sundays ex aepted ¦ • Express Lines stop at tbe principal stations oaly. For Belvidere , Eastern, Fi«mington. <tfl . at...

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

SALE OF GOLD MINES.—THE UNDER- i signed Trustee hereby gives notice that he will sell j at public auction, to the highest biddur, at the Mer- ¦ chants' Exchange, in the city of New York, on the 10th ¦ of MARCH, 1858, at 12 o'clock noon, the following pro- ! perty, to wit: All those tracts of land situated in the counties of Or%nge and Spotsylvania, in the State of : Virginia, containing about 1,129 acres , and formerly : known a» the Melville and Kuton tracts, and lately oc- ; cupied and worked by the MKLVILLE GOLD MINING COMPANY, together with all the buildings, offices, mills, machinery, and personal property of every descriptioD and kind which may be on or connected with ' the premises at the time of Bale. This property lies I about 18 miles west of _Frederieksburg, on the platak road leading from the latter place, and ia bounded ' partly by the Rapid Ann river; it is about equally divided into arable and woodland, the former being very fertile, and surpassed by none other in t...

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

HOBENSACK'S IRON BITTERS, for the cure of Liver Complaint, Jaundice, Dyspepsia, Nervous Debility, Asthma, Disease of the Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a disordered Liver or Stomach, such as Constipation, Flatulency, Inward Piles, Rushing of Blood to the Head, Fullness-or Weight in the Stomach, Nausea. Acidity of the Stothach, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Sour _Kruetationa, _Sinkiug or Fluttering at the pit of the Stomach, .SwlmmJijg.. of the Head, Hurried Ol1 dimcplt-BrBathing, Dimness of Yision, dull pain in the Head, Yellowness »f the *kln and Ejea, Pain in the Side, constant imagination of evil , and groat depression of spirits. These Bitters are a most useful remedy rot those complaints the female sex are generally subject to, by giviug tone to the digestive organs—the iron entering the blood, cleanses, purifies, and induces a vigorous circulation, overcoming the obstructions to which they are liable, assisting nature in the performance of thosa functions whereby heal...

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

£* gal Notices IN CHANCERY OP NEW JERSEY.— Between THOMAS K. SMITH, Complainant, and THE COMMERCIAL BANK OF NEW JERSEY, Perth Amboy, Defendants.—On bill, ke. Upon opening the matter to the Court by Oliver S. HalRted, Solicitor for and of counsel with the comp lainant in the above causa_. It ia ordered thai the creditors of the said Uie Profli dent and Directors of the Commercial Bank of New Jersey do present to tho Receivers appointed in this _caune, and prove before thorn, under oath or affirmation, or otherwise, an the said Receivers shall direot, to tbe satisfaction of the said Receivers, their several claims and demands against the aaid Company, within three months from the date of this order, or that they bo excluded from the benefit of such dividends as may thereafter be made and declared by this Court upon the proceeds of the effects of said corporation; and for the better ascertaining the creditors of said corporation, and what is due to them, respectively, the said cr...

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

<£_*urcs"3 (_companies. THE ADAMS EXPRESS CO., OFFICE, 820 CHESTNUT STREET, forwards PARCELS, PACKAGES, MERCHANDISE. BANK NOTES and 8PKCIK_, either by its own LINUS, or in oounection with other EXPRESS COMPANIES, to all the principal TOWNS and CITIES of the United States. E. 8. SANDVORD. anl-tf General Superintendent. _£)_ats, (flaps, &t. CH. GARDEN & CO., • Manufacturers ot and Wholesale Dealers in HATS, CAPS, I?UR8, STRAW GOODS, FANCY SILK AND STRAW BONNETS, Artificial Flowers, Rouches, Feathers, 4c, &c. No. 032 (old No. 196) MARKET STREET, below Sixth, south side, I_'HILADRLPnlA. Merchants are respectfully invited lo examine our stock. fo0-4iu FRENCH PLATE GLASS. Having been appointed SOLE AGENTS for the sale of the celebrated PLOREFFE PLATE GLASS, We are now prepared to offer POLISHED, ROUGH, and SILVERED PLATE GLASS, equal to any other imported, at the lowest prices. We guaranty this glass to be unchangeable , and of superior color and surface...

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

OFFICE OF THE NEPTUNE INSURANCE COMPANY, 414 WALNUT street. _Puiladrlphia, Jan. 28,1858. STATEMENT of the business and condition of the Neptune Insurance _Cffmpany Dec. 31, 1857, in purauance of section 15 of the General Insurance Law, approved April 2, 3856 : AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, fSOOJ_^i. Subscribed and paid-up capital .:vtf\00,000 00 Premiums on Policies issued in 1857 35,061 68 Interest received in 1857 3,247 5d $138,309 21 LOSSES, EXPENSES, ke. Losses, Re-insurance, Return Premiums, and Commissions paid. .$9,038 64 Salaries, Rent, Printing, Advertising, Stationery, and Office Expenses 5,297 39 $14,335 93 ASSETS. Bonds and mortgages $02,500 00 Stocks and Bonds 23,000 00 Bills Receivable 28,219 90 Cash on hand, due from Agents, and Outstanding Premiums.... 10,223 28 $_rW_,973 28 LIABILITIES. Amount at risk $595,874 47 Unpaid Losses (not due, $3,599 00 Sundry items 288 57 S3.887 67 RICHARD SHIELDS, President. GEOIKIE MIN8TER, Vice President. DIRECTORS. Richard Shields, Edward...

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

JONES'" ARCH STREET SALOON8, 727 and 729 ARCH STRKBT HOLIDAYS! HOLIDAYS! The Holidays are close at band, and Jones's Arch street Saloon is prepared for the immense demand that will be made upon it for confkctions. CHRISTMAS AND NEW YEAR'S 0ANDIE8 IMPORTKD BXPRKS8LT FOB THE PRKSKNT S_8A8ON! Every variety of Bon Bong, _Pastilos, Bourbon Drops, new style of Gum Drops, Ean Sucre Drops, L_'angllterre Bon Bons, and every variety rare and costly candies manufactured in Paris. for Presents, all _hizoh aid patterns of Ornamental Boxes, Pyramids, Ribbon Ties filled with the choicest variety of Confections, and varying in price from One Dollar up to Fifty Dollars. Some of theso Boxes are the MOST BUPBRB 8PBCIMEN8 OF FANCT WORK AUD AHTIHTin _DKHIQ.V EVER OFKKKKD IN THIS COUNTRY. To the Ladies, as well as to the whole public, Jones's Saloons are the most attractive in the City, and in splendor of adornment and finish are superior to any in the Union. BREAKFASTS, DINNERS, AND SUPPERS, Served ...

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

FOR RECEIVER OF TAXES, WM . GOODWIN, TWBL_»TH WA&D. Subject to Democratic Rules. jal2-2m# C ITY CONTROLLER, WILLIAM CURTIS, THIBTSKNTH WARD. Subject to Democratic rules. jal-tf CITY COMMISSIONER, CHARLES M. D. SMITH, FIRST WABD. Subject to Democratic rules. _deSl din* OR REGISTER OF WILLS—WM. HANCOCKS, Twelfth Ward, d2-3m* Subject to Democratic Rules. _^Dissolutions & (_HoMctncrshius. NOTICE THE PARTNERSHIP HEREtofore existing between the (subscribers, under tha firm of BOBINSON & ALLEN, was dissolved by mutual consent on tho first day of June, 1867. The business of the late firm to be _scttlod by THEODORE E. ALLEN, who is alone authorized to settle the same. JOHN N.ROBINSON, THEODORE E. ALLEN Phlla.,F_«b.l3,1858. fe_!6-6t* ( _^OPMlTlTERSHIP_^FITniAN JONES J k CO. have associated with themselves JAME8 M. JOHNSTON, _FIV HI AN J. OL.VRK, and RICHARD C. WARNER to an interest in thoir business from tbe 1st of December, 1867. fel-lm*

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

PHILADELPHIA, GERMANTOWNN AND NORTHS TO WN RAILROAD WTNTifH ARRANGEMENT.—On and after MONDAY, Oolobo 19th, 1867. FOR GERMANTOWN. Leave Philadelphia at 6, 1%, gu. 0 )*, 11% A. M., 2, 8-10_mln. 4, 6, 6, 7, 9, and 11_?. U. Leave Germantown at 6_&, 7-35 min. 8, 0, WU A. M., MO _j g-lO min. 4, 6, 67,8, and 10 P. M. IO_* The 7.85 o'clock A. M. Train from Germantown will stop enly at Wayne Street Station. ON SUNDAYS, Leave Philadelphia at 9.20 min. M., S and 8* P _frj. Leave Germantown 8.20 mln. A. M., 1-10 min. and 6.46 min P.M. CHESTNUT HILL RAILROAD. _Leaye Philadelphia at _T)t, _Btf, 11*, A. M., i, 4, and 9 P. M. Leave Chestnut Hill at 7 V,8-40 asd 10-10 mln A M, 13-40, 3-40, 6-40 and 7-40 min. P. M. ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia, 9-20 A. M., 2 and 6_& ' P. M. Leave Chestnut Hill at 8 A. M., 12-50 and 6-20 P M FOR MANAYUNK, 00NSH0I10CKEN ANB NORRId-TOWN. ande ilf pP M iUdelpW*** C*'9 'U A>Mt » 8 '4 *'6 *' Leave Norristown at 7, 9,11 A. M., 8 and 640 P M,...

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

CHANGE OF HOURS.—PHIL A DELPHIA. WILMINGTON AND BALTIMORE RAIL ROAD. On and after Monday, Nov. 23d, 186T, PASSKNGER TRAINS LEAVE PHILADELPHIA For Baltimore at 8 A. M.( 1 P. M., (Express,) and 11 For Wilmington at 8 A. M., 1, 8.30 and 11 P. If. For New Castle at 8 A. M., 1 and 8.30 P. M. For Middletown at 8 A. M. and 1 P. M. For Dover at 8 A. M. and 1 P. M. For Seaford at 8 A. M., aud 1PM. TRAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA Leave Baltimore at 8.40, Express, 11 A. M., and a *• P.M. Leave Wilmington »t 7.26 and 11.46 A. M., and 2.8H and 9.66 P. M. Leave New Castle at 6.66 and 11.06 A. M., and 8.60 P. M. Leave Middletown at 10.10 A. M. and 7.06 P. H. Leave Dover at 0.C5 A.M. and 6 P. M Leave Beaford at 7.30 A, M, and 2 P, H. TRAINS FOR BALTIMORB Leave Wilmington at 9.15 A. M., 2 P. M. and 12.16 A. M. SUNDAYS only at 11 P. If. from Philadelphia to Baltimore. do. do. 6.26 P. M. from Baltimore to Philadelphia. Freight Train, with Passenger Oar attached, will run as follows •_ Leave Philadelphia f...

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

rpHE MUTUAL HEALTH INSURANCE JL SOCIETY OF PENNSYLVANIA. Office, No. 154 South FOURTH Street, above WALNUT, (Up Stairs.) Philadelphia. CAPITAL, 120000. SILAS a. DREW, rBHaiDBNT, Financial Committee:—B. L. BROWN, J. JOHNSON, JOSEPH BROWN. The object of this Society is the creation of a Mutual Fund, to be applied in the most advantageous manner for the benefit of its _aiok _inombttrR. By the payment of the following yearly dupoaitfl you will become a Life Member of the Society, and will be entitled to a weekly benefit if you should be disabled by Bioknetis or accident from attending to your ordinary _buBineoa or occupation. NO LIABILITY TO A8SHBSMHNTB. Yearly Dtpositi of _Mtmbtrs under 60 Years of Age." $2 00 per year draw $2 00 per week. _5 00 " " " 3 00 " " 4 00 " " " 4 00 " " 6 00 " " << 6 00 " " 6 00 " " " 6 00 " " 7 00 " " " 7 00 " " 8 00 " " " 8 00 " " 9 OO " " " 9 00" " 10 00 >< •( " 10 00 << <' First week excepted. In additi...

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

Insurance Companies GREAT -WESTERN INSURANCE AND .. TRUST COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. OFFICE IN COMPANY'S BUILDING, No 403 WALNUT, Corner of FOURTH Street. Charter Perpetual. Authorized Capital $600,000 _Capital paid in , |2J2,300 00 Surplus Jan. 1st, 1868 65,274 05 JIR_« INSURANCE, limited or perpetuS_' 57 * °6 p MAWNE INSURANCE on Vessels, Cargoes, and _x _IIiVliD _INBUBAN0_« by Rivers, Canals, Lakes, and Land Carnage. ' DIRECTORS. OHARLrffl 0. LATHROP, 1423 Walnut street WM. DARLING, 1610 Pine street. ALEX. "W IT/.LLDHN, merchant, 18 North Front st ISAAC If AZLEHURST, Attorney and Counsellor. JOHN U. HUNTER , firm of Wright, Hunter, k Co. B. TRACY , _Qrm of E. Tracy k Co., Goldsmiths' Hall. JOHN R. M'CURDY, firm of Jones. White.* M'Ourdy. TUOS. L. _GILLESPIE, firm of _Gillespie k Zeller. JAS. B. SMITH, firm of _Jas. B. Smith & Co. Hon. HKNRY M. FULLER, office 227 S. Third St. JON. R. VOGDES, office cor. Seventh and _Sansom _sts. JAMES WRIGHT, late caimier Bank of Tio...

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

_iilacl)_incrp arib Jron. ENN STEAM ENGINE AND BOILSB WORKS. • REANEY, NEAFIE & CO., PRACTICAL AND THEORETICAL ENGINKBRS, MACHINISTS. BOILER-MAKERS, BLACKSMITHS AND FOUNDERS. Having for many years been in successful operation, and been exclusively engaged in building and repairing Marine and River Engines, high and low pressure, Iron Boats, Water Tanks, Propellers, k_*., See., respectfully offer their services to the public, as being iully prepared to contract for Engines of all sizes, MarineRiver, and Stationary. Having sets of patterns of different sizes, are prepared to execute orders with quick despatch. Krery description of Pattern-making made at the shortest notice. High and Low Pressure, flue, Tubular and Cylinder Boilers, ot the best Pennsy! rania charcoal iron. Forgings of all _sizeB and kinds; Iron and Brass Castings of all descriptions; Roll Turning, Screw Cutting, and all other work connected with the above business. Drawings and specifications for all work don...

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

REMOVAL. ROYAL INSURANCE COMPANY, TO JOHN GRIGG'S BUILDING, 220 WALNUT STREET GEORGE WOOD, Agent. STATEMENT OF ASSETS, DKO. 81, 1856. Subscribed Capital.... * ..£2,000,000 $10,000,000 Paid do ST8,413 1,392,07$ Assets, $3,691,800. Real Estate £19,600 18 11 $97,604 Cash on hand and in Bank.... 2,740 18 3 13,734 Cash in hand of Agents 6,584 2 4 32,920 Loans on Bonds and Mortgages 96,534 3 4 482,07 Loans on Life Policies 13,312 7 3 60,562 Stocks held in Great Uritaiu.. 24,916 8 11 124,582 Stocks of U. States in N. York 34,704 7 0 173,621 Loans on Stocks, of New York city, North Carolina, Kentucky, and Ohio, held in ' New York, with 20 per cent. margin 32,437 10 0 162,188 Loans on Railway and other Stocks in Great Britain, with 20 per cent, margin 307,641 16 9 1,588,209

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