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Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

A Merited Rebuke.—A Long Branch correspondentof the Trenton Gazette gives account of* rebuke administered to a p»rty of tbo fashionables attbatplaoo. <Jov. Nswai, of New Jersey, and his wifehaving arrived at tho Mansion House just at the dinqer hour' entered the dining hall before Mrs. N. ohanged her attire. The party alluded to immediately, not knowing hj>r, mado audible romarkj on he ' appearance, and spoke.indignantly, because the waiters to whom <Jov. N. was known, walUd on him. Various inaulUngalluaiona wer« made In tho table oonvenaUon.^In the evening, when Mrs. N. appeared In the parlor in full dress, she was saluted by a [ gentleman who ha P poM4.tobe»Wen4ofthel*dtM in. thefashlonable party, and whosubsequently, on their in QUlry Informed them who Mrs. N. wja They im-Sfately sent abject apologies, which she refused to reoelvi, not on accounto! personal resentment ^ but beclua. their conduct exhibited then, as per-¦ons not fitted to associate with genui...

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

. AiHSiog the ^iWWseff' Meklco'wid the ^¦ ^^_Si^i^i l^m ' Pmi:y' M «r*ndly terribli) ia it»4«nanci«iion» of the i aggressive t^ite^fpoiici^WQoteft^^^ /bbWever, tta boot is on the othirjet. English ¦ uir^wtemtp agt learful Btnxtis) tfOait Ghin^ »na,M the debates In Patlkmeiitclear-Jy foreshadow; £»gu»hann8X»tion is to follow. ,fTf»^t^«sfft c ^m|ier c .b«lt pfthe TipiM ijiinst all such prs^UC^s with much more cuiteifcrtJ»BeoB«4««* *

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

Arrival ol the V. S. Steamship Supply New Yqbx, Aug. 12.—The United States ttoreshlp Supply, Lieutenant Gray commanding, from Bio Janeiro lu forty-ona days, haa arrived. Her pa&sengerg consisted of Lieutenants Parker and Read, Mr. Thompson , and ten invalids from thi Brail) squadron, naval Changes. WiSBUOKH, August IS.—Went. Maxwell has been ordered to the sloop.ot.*ar Ojins. lltat. Thomas C. Harris lias been detached horn the receiving ship Philadelphia , and Lieut. JleOauley has been ordereajto rellevo him. Burgeon Addison has been detached from the sloop-or-var Cjrane, and Surgeon Wheelwright ordered to relieve him. Surgeon Barclay haa been ordered to the rocolviuK ihiu at Dodton.

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Id= 60 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

•The storm on Monday caused a sudden nso In the atreunj in the vicinity of Trenton, ' N. J. Tlw.dasMH do n* wu not vary serioui,

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Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

' «Ws^s^^i^^^^ «* end to day of » p«. cent, on tbe oirniigs or ihe list sin months i thla, with 0 Mr otat. diTldond in February last, makes 16 Mr c«nt; ftr'W Mt«" » l»Tes » balance of tho profits to go to the reserra funa and profit and loss, of two hundred aaeltetght 1 : iht>UE»n4 dollars, le net profits or the Bank for imMiWlte months are 23X percent. This shows that »»»ocl*ted capital, when properly employedwill yield largely in our city. The tlchange market 1« very Irnf at the rates ruling the close or last week. Ohwlos at the banks on New York arm at « premium, aad' da the streets X to 7-la >»t: and k groasT. Slrty toy* sigKt HH-'iS discount; dealers »r» paylug 1V for good glgnatures, and good to tilt 1X^2 per eent.-do. Sterling U immimato,' but held Srm'»t UWjfara 109K for doles' nign»tare«, at which price dealers are Investing wton offered, though there ore bill"-sold at 109X amllt^X. Nothing doing in rancs:' 5;ao«l.J6 is the rste on Paris direct. Bank rarta5....

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

<iVl i-m ¦^I t'ippius torn*B6mmaiioali»b;O^Comp ( hrtl« iipSr be** ".UTtetf'in; iJia doneto. Allllai>«r-Wtt$roi*b;*#i% eeji ^IMfsSj^i 1 * S™W]on infayoi pf JiMc^IxiwlWi ^ ffno baa recovered a tho CH?Tor thb " »siB/6f some. ! . land' Intended for » market '«1tei;;in;>rtAw\!of i' ittwe fMts, the Comp-' ta.JJ^W»'tt>*jH»«*»»*WU«4 to.fte p laintiffs jfMCPQfcan4 ' :<M>*«iini'{tJiflel«§k(ire glT«»f <»£••' jttfrt&raif:VM»this to'doae, jk»Ceniitrolier ft* The locating oonirAittoe of the Stats Intbriato' Ajylarn fflet a* the rosiilonoe of' Chancellor Wali>»t(rtiy;garatoga, ' yesterday. The following are ta»%am*s of the fceritlornen who were present: B. B. iWaiuortK, CEalraotBI Hon., Hansom Balcom of ^Blighampton; Hon. Ex-Mayor Lambert, ofi Brooklyn, and Dr. J. Edward Turner, of New York. Kx-Qovernor Hunt .wm . neoessarlly *b»ont. - Proposals for the alto wore read and reported from va-Ho«i*pl«cc8 in tfieStote: :'¦.-• . " Th...

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Id=157 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

SCHUYLKILL AND LEHIGH COAL,— I am daily receiving, at my yard, ths best quality of SCHUYLKILL AND LEH1GU COAL. My customers, and all others who may faro.tme - W.t£tlTOiTordem f may relrfen getting Coal that will be satisfactory , (o_them_^ J^^^^g.^^^iaUa^a^^- 'fitTS f , . ' ALEXANDER CONVERT, anl-tf N. E. corner of Broad and Cherry Sts. EHIGH AND SCH0YLKILL COAL.-DA L Y , PORTER & CO.. COAL DEALERSNo. 821 PRIME Streetabove Eighth, keep constantly ou hand, at the very lowest rates, a full supply of Lehlgh and SchuylkUl Coal. aa 1-Cm. HENDERSON & CO'S GREAT LITERARY FAIR, for the sale of BOOKS and distribution or GIFTS, corner ARCH and FIFTH Streets. On and after WEDNESDAY, 12th Inst , we intend to give the book-buying public an opportunity of selecting from the shelves of our establishment, any amount of booksIn all the varied Departments of Literature mkI Scienceat the same Low Prices at which ire usually sell them, and every purchaser of of a book or book* to th...

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

List of Arrivals at the Principal Hotels. OIBARD 1IOUSE-Ohe«tnut street, below Ninth. Mrs. Bolin, Now York. V. 0. Hutter, Virginia. A. Cupplcs, do E. S. Hutterdo N. aiauding, do II. O. Graham , Lext'n, Mo J.T. Solomon, 8. Carolina. II. C. lloteler , do J. F. W. DeLorltig, do James Jackson, do John G. Wright, Wilmlng. James E. gpesr, Charles ton, N.O. ton,S. O. 11. Meyers, Hamburg, 8.0. II. King, Washington. U. ElliotMississippi. Fred. Stahl, Galena. III. Geo. Woods ft ly., Bedford. M. W. Kennedy, Xouis Miss L. Wataon, do vlilo, Ky. O.S. Woodruff, Citt., Ohio. Edward T. Louman, Mid W. C.Martin, do dletown. Gco. H. Steinman, Penn'a. A. II. Pentross, Louisiana Miss 8. Stelmnando Geo. E. Bridge &ly., N.Y Miss Mary Stoinman, do E. F. Tainter & ly.,Boston J. J. Carey, New York. Mrs. M Carey, New York E. A. Doughty, St. Louis. O. S. Doughty, St. Louis. II. W. Robinson and lady, Robert Fullorton, Bait. New York. George Gibson, Baltimore. John B. FosterNew York B. B. Reyn...

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Id=155 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

ifusKlIatttoue HOMESTEAD FOR $2.00 LAND DISTRIBUTION!! CHANCE FOR POOR MEN'.! The Northwestern Mutual Land Benefit Association will make a grand distribution of £30,000 worth of real estate and maps to its meiuburs. The number of members is limited to 15,000, $2.00 and fivo letter stamps per membership, or a share. Any individual sending *10 and the stamps, Bhall be entitled to six shares; or any person sending f 10 with six names, with the address of each , carefully written, shall be entitled to six shares. he distribution will bs. made lu Chicago, Sept. 26th, The following is the real estate to be distributed : No. 1. An improved farm of 30 acres in Cooke Co,Illinois, alued at 13,000 ..?¦ if" lm J Jr<lve|l 'arm of 160 acres in Wbiteaides Co., llfinois , valued at 3,000 ij £ n i i?P r( " r<!d f»rm of 160 acre« in Whitesides Co., Illinois, valued at 3,000 No. 4. An excellent private residents in Dubunue, Iowa,-valued at ^ 3 OOO %lUs?vK Cr! ° rf>naUlld ta ...

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

Total 89,108 Sales of the week for commmptlon estimated at 2,248 Stock of Rio CofTeo on the lltt August. 1857S7,3B) Stock ofj Java, mats, Aug. 11 14.260 Stoclc ofJava, mats, dor. bags, Aug. 11, 1,676—16,825 Stock of Cn/lon, Aug. 11 800 Stock of Maracaibo, Aug. 11 10,662 Stock of Laguayra, Aug. 11 421 StockofSt. Domingo, Aug. 11 160 Total bags and mata 116079 Anemlnent geollgiatMr. WhlttleBey, expresees it as his conviction that coal-bedH were deposited from waterunder the same circumstances, as the other beds between which the coal is found. Mr. W. says that the nutnerouB analyses of coal show thatDO timber now existing contains within Itself the proper quantity of iiu gredients to form coal. It must, therefore, acquire its ingredients in part from some other source, or apart of those existing in wood or woody-fibre must be deposited, and anothor part of the ingredients remain 111 excess. There Is very little vegetable matter tlutt contains nitrogen, and vroody-flbre has nono....

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Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

WALNUT STREET THEATRE .—Proprietor, Mr. WM. J. NAQLE; Acting and Stsge Manager, Mr. WAYNE OLWINE. Prices—Dreia Circle and Parquette00 cents: Upper Circle, 25 cents; Private Box and Orchestra Seats, 75 cents. Box Office open from 9 o'clock A. M. to 4 P. M. Doors opeuat 7 o'clock; performance will commence at 8. THURSDAY EVENING, August 13th, NAGLE'S JUVENILE COMEDIANS. The performance will commence with selections from Sh&kspeare' g ROMEO AND JULIET. Romeo Lora Gordon Boons. Juliet Aimii Isabella lloone. The whole to conclude with the farce of A DAY AFTKK THE FAIB. - JOHN DREWS NATIONAL THEATRE, WALNUT streot, above EIGHTH.—LeiseejuflT Manager, John Drew. Prices—Dress Circle ap'Tarquet, 37X cents; Orchestra Chairs, 50 cent*T Seats in Private Uox, 15 cents; Family Clrclv'M 'cents. Doors open at 7. To commence at 8 o >r>«S. Box Office open from 10 to 3 o'clock, where S~™ can be secured without extra charge. ^ r -' ' THURSP>1^EVENING, Angust 13th, By spe...

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

Spetial Noticee. Bower 's Infant Cordial.—This Invaluable Cordial Is prepared from a variety of tho most choice and efficient aromatlcs known in medicine, aud is the most perfect and reliable carminative extant for infants and young children. By its powerful influence a flpeedy cure is effected In all cases bf Cholic, windy pains and spasms. Relieves aud mitigates much of children 's suffering during dentition or teething, and by lta soothing properties trauquillsaa pains of tbe botvtls, looBeness, vomiting, ftc. The Infant Cordial bos become a standard remedy, and has been used in thousands of caseB with the moat abundaut success. No family Bhould be without it. Prepared only by Hekhy A. Bowkb, At his Drug and Chemical Storo, N. E. corner of Bixtb and Green sts., Philadelphia. To whom all orders muBt be addressed. Aud for Bale by DruggUts generally. au 13-ly F. Brown's Essence of Jamaica Ginger.— We call fhe attention of our readers to the advertisement in our columns, of that ...

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Id=145 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

2lmuG£mcnt5 "MTHEATLEY'S ABCH ST. THEATRE. TT —Sole lessee W. WHBATLBY. Acting aud Stage Manager.... W. S. FREDERICKS. The Lessee most respectfully announces to the public that this popular establishment WILL OPEN For the regular Fall and Winter Season. ON SATURDAY EVENING, August 16th, 1857. During the late recesa, the entire premises hare been (regardless of expense) remodelled and Improved; Repainted. Papered, Decorated, Carpeted t &c. The Orchestra Stalls have been greatly enlarged, and enhanced in comfort ! the Dmbs Circle entirely reconb true ted, and the extensive alterations in the Second Tier or Family Circle have, while adding to its capacity, established a most thorough Ventilation. In short, all that could add to the comfort and convenience of \Ultershu been secured, and no effort spared to render the Auditorium of this Theatre fully equal to any similar AHtahUsTimant. tn I-Tin lrnrlii THE CELEBRATED STAR C0MPANV Has been greatly augmented nnd improred, f...

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Id=183 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

LOUIS B, COFFIN,— THIRD WARD HOTEL, (BEH0CBAHC HEAD QUARTERS,) South-east corner FIFTII and QUE£N Streets, lul-lm PhUade!jhU. 1LLIAM N. KING,_SOUTnEBN • EXCHANGE HOTEL, Bouth-eut comer of f IFTH and CABPENTEB Sts., Philadelphia, anl-la pHESNTJT STREETHOUSE—SAMUEL \J MILLER(Old Ho. 121) New No. 3a CHZ3XCT STREET , below Fourth , Philadelphia. as 1-lm ILLIAM HANNINGS' City Lager Bear . , Saloon, No. 32 CARTER'S ALLET, Philadel-Jjj'v ^ ,a Lin, toints anb £100010. A LEXANDER V. HOLMES, WINE AND G^OR L Kd 8 sSffi^u m ' -*"* " SH! WILLIAM F. PITFIELD,—IMPORTER of BRANDIES, WT.NE3, 4e,, 4t " K. »3 CHESTNUT 8treet, Philadelphia.' ' ' nl-inV ^ I. LEWIS, IMPORTER AND DEALER • IN FINE WINXS, LIQUORS. CIGARS, ic 24 South FIFTH Street, Philadelphia. ' inMy RANDIES—Pinet, Castillon & Co., Marett & Co , and other brands of Cognac* of Tanous vintages, in half pipes and quarter casks : Pellevoisin Rochelle Brandies, pale aad dark, in half pipes, quarter casks and one-eighth casks...

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Id=116 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

T OOAL JRBIGHT N O T I C E—T H E Ll PBr'NSlTWtIA RAILROAD COMPANY ore now pro . .red to receive androrward FREIGHT between Philadelphia, Lancaster, and Columbia, at the following rates per hundred pounds : BETWEEN PIULA. AND C0LUMI1IA. FtrntClass. Second Class, Third Class, fourth Class. 22cts. 18 eta. 16cm. 14 da. Flour, „ 18 cts. per barrel. Pig metal, 10 cts. per 100 pounds. BETWEEN PHILA. AND LANCASTER. First Class. Second Clae*. Third Class. Fourth Clsga. 20 cts. 17'cts. 15 eta. 13ctft. Flour, 25 cts. per barrel. PigMotat, 10 cts. per 100 pounds. ARTIOLKS OP KlllST CLASd. BookB, Fresh Fish, Boots and Shocfl, Nuts in Bags, Cedar aud Wooden Were, Porter and Ale in bottles, Dry Goods, • Poultry in coops, Egga. Pork, (fresh,) Furniture, Poultry, (dressed,) Feathers, Wrapping Paper. ARTICLES OF 2d CLASS. Apples, Molasses, Cheese. Melons, Clover and Grass Saed, 011b In caska or barrels, Crockery, '- Paper In boxes, Candles, PaBteboard, Casks or Barrels, («mpty,) Peaches, (driod,)...

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

SAILING OF THE OCEAN STEAMERS. STRIKER FROM F08 DAY Europa Boston Liverpool Aug. 12 Baltic New York Liverpool Aug. 15 Persia New York Liverpool Aug 19 Argo....., New York Bremen Aug 19 C of Baltimore..New York Liverpool Aug 20 New York New York Glasgow Agu22 Fulton New York Southampton Aug. 22 Niagara, ..Boston Liverpool Aug 26 Borussla New York Hamburg... .8ept 1 Arabia NewYork Liverpool Sept 2 Jasoh New York Bremen Sept 2 North Star......New York Southampton Sept8 0 of Washington.New York Liverpool Sept 3 £dioburg New York Glasgow Sept 6 Adriatic NewYork Liverpool Sept 12 Arago New York Havre Sept 19 C of Baltimore, .Liverpool New York July 20 Niagara Liverpool Boston Aug 1 BorusBia...,..,,.Hamburg New York...... Augl Jason. Bremen Now York Aug 1 Columbia Liverpool NewYork Aug. 6 Arabia (Liverpool New York .Aug 8 Edinburgh.......Glasgow NewYork .....Aug. S North Star. .Southampton New YorK Aug 12 0 Washington..Liverpool New York Aug. 12 Canada Liverpool Boston Aug 16 Atlantic Li...

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Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

PROTHONOTARY OF THE DISTRICT COURT, GEORGE F. MKK8EB , Twenty-second Ward. Subject to Democratic Rules. su4-tSe8 F ~~ 1OR RECORDER OF DEEDS—H. R " YOUNG, Seventh Ward. Subject to Democratic Rules. au4-lm* FWR CLERK OF QUARTER SESSIONS " , SAMUEL 0. THOMPSON6tb Ward. 8ubj Ktto the Rules of tbe Democratic Party. au4 wfta ts&# T^OR CORONER—N. C. REID, M. " D. X Subject to Democratic Bulea. au4 lm* ¥?OR CORONER—CHARLES S. PEALL X I Nineteenth Ward. anl-lw» FOR ASSEMBLY—FIRST DISTRICT.— JOSEPH II. DONNELLY, First Ward. 8ubject to dechUon o Ithe Democratic Convention. aul-Sw* OR ASSEMBLY—THIRD DISTRICT.— DAVID B. MCLEAN, Fourth Ward. Subject to Democratio Rules. aul.tse8* FOK ASSEMBLYJOSEPH HUNEKER, Eighth District, Eleventh Ward. Subject to Democratic Rules. atl.lm* F'OK RECORDER OF DEEDS—OUABLES M. MILLER, Fourteenth Ward Subject to Democratio Bules, on aul t se8 OR RECORDER OF PEEDS—GEORGE W. WUNDER, Thirteenth Ward. Subject to Democratio Rules, aal-fiwtf OH RECORDER OF DEE...

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Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

Sinceilfip. 1 ,$38,233:481 " $48, 386,336 $46,lS« ,an 'fnVreeeipts of tMToledoVWabash and Westflm Bailroad.dianng the montkof July, wore aa;follows; •'Pa|isenger«..i..;V.i.. ' :...... ' .v.... $W,"6.69 VnUht. 37,262.80 tt^Tud expenses. .,...;,.. . 8,383.38 ' ' %^s tt\,,...,..<...^..{-l ! , ' ---lW?«^ . ThW^tnolkBaBk ol r "Boston has thrown out the WartrickWXJ Bank, for the reason that it has been pur-Island banks will wobsbly.shaM the tame fate:» . .: ,*W la Cross* and MUwaaklelUIIroiid Company hare moME*1 their plan of afllu&fptlOB.to'thtiieKloaOfSo as,t»i|«e»JTea»e-halfth^aojouH|n-the aWatopdnof the eompany, or is stock, at the ootloo of the.ttker. , < . Jtarilnn.ol North ?ettn»jlTan1a,Btllroad' "i wmTfor July, 1867.;...•¦•< $M,«18O« »6r*4rrlW» ' . -« . i.;;; 5..•».-.» ¦ •«»«if.V:i- .% i ( 4»» 63 Uliilai*&si:i;.v.%: '.:;. -....v.'n^.,w;,$lT,t»S ' 6S • ..The following is the last statement o( the New Or-1mm Bboa*«m>a*Bd with the'omlous ...

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Id=201 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

©as £ix\ntts. X^lEB|"wARlJiRTMISKET & CoT * A Manufacturers of GASAMER3, BRACKETS, PEXDANTS, FITTINGS, and all kinds of GAS and LAMP WORK, GIRANDOLES. 4c, No. £9 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia. ARCHES , WARNER k CO, No. 370 BROADWAY, New York. Buildings fitted with Gas Pipes, and all kinds of altering and repairing of Gas Work. aul-lm* SUtornens ot £<"»• TY&jJIEL DOUGHERTY, ATTORNEY MJ AT LAW, Sonmeast Corner of EIGHTH and LOCUST Streets, rniladelphia. «al-ly rER STRODSE, ATTORJTEY AT LAW, CBSTRE street, Fottsrille, Pa. au4-ly JOHN BINNS, UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER AND COMMISSIONER OF DEED3, AND THE PROBATE OF ACCOUNTS for severil SUtei and Territories. He isby 1»tt, authorized to administer Oaths and Affirmations to be received in all the Courts in Pennsylvania. JOHN BINXS may be found in his offlceNo. 118 South SIXTH Street, opposite the County Court Home, from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. aul-lm Commission iflmrjants. HANDY & BRENNER—COMMISSION .* MERCHANT...

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Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857

THE MONEY MARKET " " • " '-->¦ ' ' :• '• 'PBitiDitriurAugtistH/ilSsr... , The business at the Stopfe Board continues light, and priwtihowBoiSis^rialiiltoiatliMj. , ¦ : !.,..»; - ' We leua that the »t»iiijer : rro«n Boston takes about »80O,0OO to ¦p»i!e: It In elpcct«d tt.t the Pemii jTill carry out a large mm atit week, and ttrtthe drain, wll. be supjplled by.theariiTal fr<miCaM&9n#r.^ " (.^ ,. ,., ' „»., ' Tfestockof gowWnbunil iii York on ' the l»t injtint.ilMfollows: -..' : 1 '•'- ' ' ¦ ¦ ¦•' '¦ ¦ "'-• : /¦'< Th« S#i value Its bond July Jst *es...;,.,. .$37^)64,1K EntfrtdVarehodM twin foreign ports in July e,TM 4ffi Be«,Wed'lhBph|s ,fromp^icrdoniestlc ports. t '< ,427 f pa " : "' r '' : ',"" " '" , " ' ' "¦"" ' wm^t WIUida«r!ifcr' <6nSuMptioi>here ' ..»10^70,8!»' - ¦¦ -= ¦ i Besblpped to foreign ports.:.....: 768,861 Srawf/Ki other domestic ports.... 6*2, 063 , ¦ :?'.-. .' -. - . ".. ' - - ¦' " ¦ " 11,816,724 I^»«» stock i...

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