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Id=258 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

Coortita tion bn , as :— There shall be an additional article to tald Gon*tita tion to be designated ai article eleren , as foliowa:— jjv aj.vx* uoutw AMJSaDJ MBNTS TO THBOONflTITinOK O» fflffBOOM nomrealth. . ^wm Htsolvei by the Senaf* and House of Representatives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Qei%. •ral Assembly met: That the following amendments *ro areposed to the Constitution of the CoiamoawaUh, in tccordonce with the proTiaiona of the tenth article thereof. riBHT A3UKDMBKT. iSTIOLl XI. . OF PUBLIC DEBTS. Bectiov 1. The State may contract debt*to supply issual deficit or failures In revenues , or to meetexpen* iea not otherwise provided for; but the aggregate nmount of such debts direct ana contingentwhether contrasted by virtue of one or more acts of tbe genera} usembly, or at different periods of timeshall nerer exceed seven hundred and fifty thousand dollftra, and tha mouey ariatng from the creation of such debtsshall be applied to the purpose for which it was o...

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Id=226 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

&th»'i»iw ' Yor* T»W«t. V ¦ ' v ' ; ANECDOTES OP O'CONNELL At Mr. Clancy's, at Charlevllle , Mr. O'Connell tateed away, for the amusement of the party whft bad assembled to meet him. «I was once, 1 ' • said he, « counsel for ji cowstealor, who was clearly convicted ; the sen. tence was transportation for fonrteon years At the ?ud of that time he Tetunjed , aqd happening to meet me, he began to talk about the trial. I asked him how he always managed to steal tho fat cows, to which he gravely answered i 'Why, then, I'll tell your honor the whole secret of that, sir. Whenever your honor gou to tteal a cow, always go on tho worst night you can, for if the weather Is very bad tbe chances are that nobody will be up to see yonr honor. The way you'U always know th6 fat cattle in tho dark is by this tokon that the fat cows always stand out In the more exposed places i but the 4ean ones always go Into the ditch for shelter.' So, (continued O'Oonnell,) I got that lesson in cow-st...

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Id=223 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

¦ ' .i WIM-U''* 1 "! «» ' MtaMllti. Th4 3a(timore JJmericon, thus alludes to tho subject of wine-growing in« Missouri, which is fast'getting tb ' be a' matter of considerable importance in'tbatStator^ji- . ; '¦ , '* A ' wftie 'coinpaijy hasijeeh recently forniod inMlsaouri- Tot the manufacture of wine from the grape vineyards of thereglon,and the product of this manufacture appears in the market thii year Cor the (first'.titoe." The entorpriso pronilses.eompleta success, as good profits are jealized/and oxperiehced jonnpissours do not 'hesitate to declare the * American wine superior to many of thechoice foreign brands. Missouri seems peculiarly well adapted to grape ' culture! for while bhtstlng ' and. mlldaw ard said to have be' fellen the grape crop In Ohio, the vineyards In Missouri are free from blight, and now promise a 'rich harvisti The aealous cultivators expect to. dlsplaoe allforeign brands, among discriminating judges of, the artiole. The St. JLouW Republican des...

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Id=220 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

¦ i; -¦ ':', ¦ • ./.i|tKEiiiS<8'l,A«l.- . " ' ". , -Ohe ' (jhiracteristlc^of Gonius is . Ita being exhaustions. ' Shakspearo did not write himself out-ibecausebe could'not. ' Scott, tho most volumlnons author of hlg' time, had his ebbs 4nd , ' fl6W»y, brit" erer 'through his writings ypu.«&'tti"e*h»iwtless3ni«llect. VEvon attho last, when his May of life was «in the sere rA* yellow leaff how nobly, did ho vindicate bJ^iUe (o jjfr>atnoss; by proaucing " The Ta-Iifman," in whicli Richard Coeur do Lion (who hid'previously' ,floured ' {n 'flvanhpo") was .again}I>rougbt . on. the scene, and oven more, impressively than at first. , .. L tSbwitfi Dickens. "Written but,3b>ousay } I* thnsiin . written out becausq hoBinki,, a conqueror, into tho ' lVest, to ro-appear in all hiefoi'nier glory,?' Is Ponlding writtenout 7-— pr Irving, or W^illiam. Gilrab ' re Slmms, or' apy other, great writer? [ No. A mau of gen|us never, writes himself ont. ¦ ¦ : ; : :He...

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Id=249 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

MANUFACTURERS' INSURANCE COMPANY.—Charter Perpetual. Granted by the State, of Pennsylvania. Capital, fSOO,000. F|re, Marine, and Inland Transportation. DlBEafOBS. ' Aaron S. Llppincott, Charles Wise, Wm. A. Rhodes, Alfred Weeks, Charles J. Field, James P. Smyth, Wm. B. Thomas, J. Rlnaldo Sank, Wm. Ne&l, John P.. Simons AARON 8. LIPPINCOTT, President. WM. A. RHODES, Tice President. ALFRED WEEKS, Secretary. J. W. MARTIEN, Snrveyor. This Company was organixed with a caflh capitaland the Directors hare determ ' oed to adapt the business to its available resources—to observe prudence In conducting Ita affairs, with a prompt adjustment ot losses. Office No, 10 Merchants' Exchange, Philadelphia. aul-dlr THE MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSURAN0E COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA.—Office No. 222 WALNUT Street, oppoBite tbe Exchange. MARINE BISKS on Vessels, Cargoes, and Freights. INLAND TRANSPORTATION RISKS, per Railroads, Canals, Boatu, and other carriages. ALL THE PROFITS divided annually among th...

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Id=227 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

AFFAIRS IN UTAH [From tbe Journal of Commerce.] Novel in all its elementsand extraordinary in its wliolo career , Mormonlsm has seemed to be a problem beyond the sagacity of the greatest and purest of our statesmen. Ingeniously surrounded by those who lead ia its councils , with metaphysical assertions of the. abstract right of self-government, every remedial suggestion was abandoned in detail, until tbe present Administration came into power. The remedy which all men seem to agree upon is that which the Federal ExecutivewlUidonbtless put into operation. The poisoned fruit has ripened, and Is about to fall; and at this moment an evil of the most gigantic proportions promises to subdue before tbe resolute purpose of tho President, and the determined co-operation which will attend the execution of that purpose. The ' same energy wh!ch : rebuked the Know Nothingism excesses in Washington,—the same statesmanship which has been applied to Kansas)—will, we predict, provo to be equ...

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Id=224 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

!>IRST AND SECOND FIDDLES Who has not noticed the difference between the first and Second fiddler of an orchestra 7 One 1b all life; spirit/ energy.' Now waving the bow in the air, ho slledtly guides the harmony—now rapidly tapping on ' the rest-board, hebuVriesits'movement! or, again, bringing tho violin to his shoulder, be takes the leading melody; and high, above tho crash of sound,'the wild cOncord ' of a hundred • instruments, . yon. hoar ' shrieking along the shrill notes of the first fiddle. He is an enthusiast; he stamps his foot, wags his head, beats timo with>mad;energy, enters:heart and soul into the music—and all because ho is the leader, and playB the 1 first fiddle. . Seated by his.side, but upon a lower chair with a lower music-rest before htm, Is a patient man, who saws meekly on the cat-gut. jje never glances wildly heavenward like the leadcr,<never allows his facile hand to run off in roulades of melody, never woes his head, nor stamps ...

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Id=229 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

SIX PENNY SAVINGS FUND, Corner of FIFTH and WALNUT Street). Open daily, from 9 to 3and on Tuesday and Friday Evenings, until 8 o'clock. Large or small sums received, and paid without noticewith »IVE PER CENT. INTEREST , by check or otherwise. JOHN THOMSON, Pres't. ~ vios raxsiDSflts, TH0S. T. TABKEB, EDWIN M. LEWIS. BBOESimT IXO TBEsSQHia, WM. T. ELBBRT, TROSTRBB, ' John B. Austin, Win. O. Ludwlg, John K. Addicts, D, 0. Levy, Sslemon Alter, Cfearles E. Lei, M. W. Baldwin, A. Miskey, William Clark, Israel W. Morris, Jr., Ephraim Clark, Jr., - Wm. Heal, Charles 8. Custalrs, Thos. Neifson Robert Clark, Thomas S. Reed , M. D, A.J.DrexelJames Russell, Charles Dutllh, Thos. P. Sparhiwk, . Wm. B. Bolter' Oscar Thompson, Benjamin tierhard, Peter Williamson , John Jordan, Jr., Isaac 8. Waterman, Lewis Lewis, Jr., Charles I. Yerkes. ftro. 88 (241) DOCK STREET FIVE 11 PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND. NO. 88 (241) DOCK STREET. —FIVE PER CENT. STATE 8ATIKG8 FUND. NO. 83 (241) DOCK STREET FIVE P...

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Id=259 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

Hfliiroahs Bailr0a50 mrreotwpyofth»"ye»»? r »nd "K»yB" tokenm *• nutation proposing amendaends to ihe Constitution o( he Commonwealths as Uujsmm appears .on th» Joarlals of the two Hones of tha General Assembly of thu Common wealth for the session of 1857. (L.8.] Witneumynohd andtheseal of saidofflee :his twenty-second day of Jane, one thousand oignt inndred and nfty-geven. A. Q. OUBTIK, au3-m3m > Secretary of the Commonwealth. . PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD—THE i7 « 0 ^ AT CENTRAL ROUTE, «ojinecting tha Atlantic Cittes with WesternNorth-westera. indBonthwestero Btates , by a continttOUB Railway oWt. Utfs Rood also anmectj at PittBnargh with daily Iin» " ol •Camera to aU points on the Western Rivers, and at p. 1 *" 1 *?* an4 Madusky with Steamers to allports on ^. °S&J Mt ? n Uk«i making the snort DIBXCT CHEAPEST and BELIABUS ROffTEbywKeh Freight M 5. k S.S r ^™?SitS ?'1 ftom »• ORB" VEST. RATES BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA AND PITTSBURGH. Fibst CJ.1SS—Boots, Shoes, Hats and C...

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Id=260 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

T\TEW YORK LINES THE CAMDEN 11 AND AMBOY RAILROAD AND PHILADELPHIA AND TRENTON RAILROAD COMPANY'S LINES. FROM PHILADELPHIA TO NEW YORK, AND WAY PLACES. Leave as follows, viz: Fabb. AtlA. M., from Kensington Depot, via Jersey City, Moil .....$2S5 At 6 A. M., via Camden and Jersey City, New Jersey Accommodation 2 25 At 6 A. M.,Tia>Casldenand Amboy, Accommodation...... -,, - & jg At 7 A. M., via Oamden and Jersey City, Horning ~^ V MaU . • ............TtT! 3 00 At 10 A. M., by steamboat Trenton, vis, Tacony and Jersey City, Homing Express 3 09 At 2 P. M, via Camden and Amboy, C. and A. Express • . 3 00 At 5 P. M. via Camden and Jersey City, Sveoing ' Mail TT 3 00 At 3 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation, 1st OIobb .. 2 00 At 3 P. M., via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation2nd Class 1 59 , At 6 P.M., via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation, 1st Clara .4 00 At 6 P. M.,vioCaadenand Amboy, Accomnwaation, 2nd Class -. 1 75 The 5 P.M. line runs dally, all others Sundays e...

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Id=218 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

,: ; bildbeen .read by liini, ' ho descended from the pulpit, called the woman to the altar, and laying his hand upon.lier head, commenced 4 fcr' t^ Jrf ' yerwfih.tne.wflrd ?, "Oh I GKwfewe » wjdowllaok,down upon ub in .mercy! and blei»n« in our great affliction." When infants *tc brought to the altar for ' baptism, ho ' takes L thep v ta,%»n!|^Md.ftfMtho,ccremonyk 1 lsses , Uwiti, Invoking the rich blessings on the Idear "Uanta. «»d giving words-»f comfort, oon ' sola'ttotfand admDnitioii to the parentB. : ¦ »«th»rTaylor acts In the pulpit precisely as J»« t»»«ln« he-would in W« own lionsc.' His tbou^iti ^ e free course and he never; nre'^T*-W^>>\ *' **« ¦ pr6nf;.fay ctetideratlonr •JiW.W^iiiw ' rjiii, - or, foiXmatt will my or W$%M '^ WCsViw'* "e.n-g«ed lttf discourse #|^ W o|«?«v >ii| r feeilng« * he', Betonies fto^ roUghty engtbwej 'in'hi?,<u)^wt.> O ' nj_ohe' decision Jtrsaflbinjj ftonj (Ke text of at, j Paul, «I fovefpiiKH'kitifomifaWt fikv...

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Id=238 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

TTELMBOLD' 8 GENUINE PREPARA->&.A" TION,'Extract Buehu, removes all the symptons, among which will ba found Indisposition to exertion, Lois of PowerLoss of Memory, Difficulty or Breathing General Weakness, Horror of Disease, Weak Nerves Trembling, Dreadful Horror of DeathNight Sweats ColdErjt, WakefulnessDimness or vision , Languor Universal Luiitnde of the Muscular System, often enormous Appetlta or Dyspeptio Symptoms, Hot Hands, XlusMngs or th« Body, Dryness of the SkinPallid Countenance, Eruptions on the Face, Fains in the Back, Heaviness of the Eye Lids, frequently Black Spot* flying before the Eyes, with temporary SuffusionLoss of Sight. If tness symptons are allowed to go on , which this medloine invariably removes, soon follow Fatultr and £dIUptlo Fits. B ELMBOLD'8 GENUINE PREPABA-. WON, Extract Buchn, for all Plseases of tbe BladderKidneys, Gravel, Dropsy, Nervous and Debilitated SuffMOrs. • F YOU ARE SUFFERING "WITH ANY of the above 'distressing ailments, u...

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Id=237 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

ffleuicitKG NINETEENTH CENTURY!—THE G&HAT REMEDY OF THE NINETEENTH OENTURV IS TUB IMPERIAL DEPURATITE. This is now the great standard remedy for diseases of the Blood, Sumach and Liter. If you have a Cattctroui or Scrofulous affection, at once a** the Imperial Depurativt. Tetter,—Are you troubled with this obstinate and unpleasant disease ? Use the Imperial Depvmtive. Try pat ont bottle. , Have you White Swelling, Hip Diseaseor Glandular Swellings'.' The Imperial Bipurative will effect» oure. Try It. ,, For Pimples, Blotches and Eruptions of tho Skin generally, you nave a prompt and certain remedy in the Impertal Dtpurativa, One bottle will satisfy you of Its etteacy. Vst Ihl Imperial Difuralive , if you would have a clear, healthful, and beautiful complexion. Use the Imperial Depurativt for a diseased state of the Liver or Stomach. lor females of a weak and debilitated habit and .hat. tered nerves, the Imperial Depurative is just what is required to re-invlgorate th...

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Id=263 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

TSHILADELPHIA, GERMANTOWN XT AND N0RBI8T0WN RAILROAS-SUMMSR ABRAN0EMENT3. On and after May 5th , 1357. FOR GERMASTOWN. Leave PhiiaiielphL* at 67.8 , 010-min.. 10, lltf, A. M., and 1,2, 3-10 min., 4, i, «, V, 8,9,11), ', P. M. . Leavej Germantown at 6, 7,7-35, 8, S-Iu min., 10X, UKA. M., 1,23-10 min.. L 5, 81810K"P. M. The 7-33 o'clockA. M.irainfroinGtrmantown, wiU not stop at intermediate Station!. di arcnuTS. Leave Philadelphia at 0-3) A. M., 2,8, 10, 9-30 am] Leave Gemuntown at 8-20, 0-20 A. H., 1-10, *S, 6 15.and7 P.M. ' CHESTNUT HILL RAILB9AD. Leave Pniladslphia at 8, 8, B-10 min., 11^ A. M., 2 ' Leave fchcstirat Hill at ' 7-15, T-!510-10, 1L1O, - min A. M., 1-40,3-40, S-40, 7-40,10-10 min., P.M. OS 9OTTO1T8. ¦ ^ _ — Leave Philadelphia at 9-20 A. M., 3, 6% oKdJMTM. Leave Chestnut Hill at 8 A. M., 13-M, 4-1JJ-W (MO,-On and after May 4th, 1B57. FOB MANAYUNK, CONSHOHOCKES; AND NOR BISTOWN. Leave Philadelphia at o, 9, and 11, A. M . and 3.4V. 6X,ondHX,P. ' M. ^' ' ' *' Leave Non...

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Id=261 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

CHANGE OF HOURS.—PHIL A DELPHIA, WILMINGTOK AND RALTIMOBEHAILROAD. . " On and after Thursday, July 2d, MS7, • PASSENGER TRAKS IXAV£ PHIi!aD£LPBU. For Baltimore at 8 A.M., I P. M., fSxpnsa,) and II P.M. For Wilmington at 8 A. M., 14.15 and 11 P/M. For New Castle at 8 A. M., 1 and 4.19 P.M. For Middletown at 8 A. M. and 4.15 P. M. For Dover at 3 A. M. and 4J5 P. 91. Forgearardat 8 A.M. and4J5 P.M. TRAINS TOR PHILADELPHIA Leave Baltimore at 8.54, Express, 11 A. U ' ., and«.26 Leave Wilmington at 8iO aad 11.6$ A.M: ,and3-3» and 9.56 P.M. Leave New Castle at 6.20 and 11.05 i. M . and 9.05 P.M. Leave Middletown at 10.00 A. U. ami 3.05 P.M. . LeiTeDonsr.tS.MlA.M. andiP-M. -fa^wHtolfnni at I-OQIAi H.XM4J0T. H. Leave WUminifan at 9J5 A.TT,»P. «L * ««H23t SUNDAYS only at U P. M. from ' Philadflphla to Baltimore, da. do. 8.25 -P. M. from Baltisun ta Phnadeiphis. BALTIMORE AMD HAVRE DX GBAOE, ACCOMMO PATION TRAIN Leaves Havre de Grace at 6iO A. M. Laave<Baltunore ii 4.00 P. M. Freigh...

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Id=264 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

NORTH PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. FOR BETHLEHEM, IASTOS, ALLBSTOWN. BIAUOH CHUNK , WILXESBARM, DOrLESTOWN, THROUGH TO BETHLEHEM WITHOUT CHANGE OF CABS. On and after Wednesday, July 6th, 1S57, the troiss oa this Boad will leave as follows, daily, (iandoys ex cepled: - A For Bethlehem, Boston, Allentovn, M»-< 8 -Chunk, WUkeaborreAc. via Lehigh ViQlw 1 iaMWBf Morning Express, at b 15 A.M. ' " % ' For Bethlehem, Eoston, Allentown, Manch Chunk, via L«high Volley Ballroad,-Evening Express, at 2 15 Passengers for Xaston b y 216 P. M. train take stages at Iron Hill station. . For Doylestown, (Accommodation) at 8 45 A. M. and For Gwynedd. (Accommodation) at 6 35 P. M. RETURNING-. Leave Bethlehem at 915 A.M. and 2 45 P. M. with Passe&gen, via Lehigh Valley Ballroad, from Boston, Allentown, Mouch Chunk, Wllkeabarr* , it., arrivhig in Philadelphia at 1210 M. and »4i KM:* - • Leave Doylestown, (Accommodation) at 614 A.M. and4»P. M. Leave Gwyoedd, (Accommodation) at 6 50 A. H. - ' O...

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Id=225 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

: AS Immense Fp^^The "Patriotic Fund," BobwriW in Orel t Britain and her province!, and by British resident! and others of fontgasouatriei, for the b»noflt t)f th».-»old!eri who sunored In tbe late RsMsiaii wartheir wives and childrenwa> tth« of tilt largest of that character tvor «ollootod. PflnOo Albtrg ojialrminof thacoajmtoioDers to distHbu*«'tKVttnd;'l»t<>lj'H«Wd, 14 tn »adr«M to ftijeen Victoria, Ant tbet«UlanioutitiTaB£l,«6,986 or ovn;irev6n'snSliioni of dollars Of this amount J6ICS wm rtipo!v>3:from Ls-renci, jfflus, £1,728 ,froM»W KSrtMM%m%*Wtm,v>ty from 6«a .FmwoImo, . £17 torn, Davenportlows, and *«Sfrontil?hliWelplila.i^Of=the ssrp1u>,the comntfsalonere have appropriated £33,000 forth* erw- ;MJ^j>fP&v |HnaoWM"lt' W'the';snm of »mmi&Wi%Mmotmmi$m,:: - ;- ~*%*W6WS*JCll'«rrKAiivi"C<)j > >»>.r? Ac,-¦ ^^^^^ "( higlo^efacisAi aaffl of Sroawy^'ijMMijutilllo copper, which la some SS£S...

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Id=228 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

euoinoo Jhnto 6JAVING FUND—FIVE PER CENT. INO TBBEST-NAMOHil. , SWOT* TBE8T COMBANY.—WA1NUT STBJSKT, SOUTH-WEST COBNEU OF THIRD, PHILABSIPIUA. . iKaoarogiHD v tei Sjat» or rnnsiLTisu. Money ia received in anr Mam , Janje or smfttt, snd intereit p»ld from tho d«y of deposit n> the day of tritb-TheofflM U open erery day from 9 o'clock In the morning till T o'clock In the evening, and on Monday »ad thurjdMT erentagu till 9 o'olock. All Bumi, Urge or small, an p»M back In gold on demandwithout noticeto any amount. 1 HON. Hista i. BBNNKRPrenldent, BQBBRT SHLFHIDGE, Vice President. Wm. f. R»«n, Secretary. niKBCTOBSl Hon. Henry h. Denner, O. Landreth Manns, Batrard L. Carter, t. OarrcU Brewntor,, Robert Selfrldge, Joseph B. Barry Banil, K. Alhton, Henry L. Churchman, James B. SmithFrancis Lea. Thin Company confines ta business entirely to thy receiving 01 money on interest. The investments, ™° ONlf SinllQN AND A HA1F OF DOLLARS, are made In conformity irlth the provisions of t...

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Id=265 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

f^AMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD. V —CHANGS OF HOUSS. 8UMMKB ASBANnSiLESTS. On and iTter Monday, July 6th, and antti further notice, traiss for Atlantic City will leave Tint street wharf daily, (Saadays exempted.) ' Fblt down pasiiengWbatnwiU leave Vine stiqet wkart at7-30A.M. • - r Second down passenger train will leave Vine street wharf at 5P.M. ' ftelgut trains, with passenger cor attached, 6-35 A. Betaming, will Ioto AHMtie City oi fellows: First puwngerfnU at Wi.K. Second &....... ' . 4.50P.M. 'Freight train. -lM0*.*t- ,->ASeENGIES W* HADDOMIKLH - ^ WiU leawWlM Bbeet wharf at KktsHA. M c and 5-45 K Will leave EoddonneH at T-20 A.M., and 2 P. M. Freight mart be delirsred at Cooper 'l Point by S ' o'olock, P.M.,-to tnMrefUic>tagdo«italh* morning, train. '.. / Tho Company will not \n renponsibl. for oar (rood* until received ond .receipted torV tteir\ trelcSt taent. aat-lmy* • *•-;;- V B. FBAI EJt^lt^-. rpBOKAS S. BAjraS.-BA&DlTArr '

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Id=235 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

PENN STEAM ENGINE AND BOILER works. REAKEY, NEAFIE & CO., , PBA0TI0AL AND TUKORETI0AL ENGINBEB3, MACHINISTS, BOILER-MAKERS, BLAOK' SMITHS AND'FOUNDERS. " IXavJng for vomj years been in successful operation, and been exclusivity engaged in building and repairing Marine AndJUvet ' -Englneit, lilgb and low pressure, I^on BsatiWater TanksPropellers , &ctc, respectfllly flfter OJaelr a*rvl«es to tha publlo, 0« belnf fully prepared to contract for Engines of all sue*, Marina, River, and Stationary. Having sets of patterns of different sites, are prepared to execute orders Kith quick despatch. Every description of Pattern-making made at jthe shortest notice. High and Low Pressure, Flue, Tubul>r and Cylinder Boilers, or the best Pennsylvania charcoal Iron. Forgings of all sices ' and kluds; Iron and BrasB Castings of all descriptions; Roll Turning, Screw Catting, and all other work connected with the above business. , Drawings and specitcatlons for all work done at ...

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