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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
Steamship KennebecHand, 21 hours from New York, via Cape May, with mdse and passengers to J Aliderdice. Brig A B CookLelghton, 6 days from New York, In b»Jl«t toE A Souder Ic Co. Schr Jaa English, Neal4 days from New Haven, in ballast to Van Susen, Norton & Co. Sohr 0 ShawShaw, 7 days from Portsmouth, In ballast to O A H«ckshor ft c? Schr ZephapnaWalker, 10 day> from Wilmington, N 0- with shingles to Norcross k Sheets. Sohr Adeline, Howes, 6 days from Provincetown. Bchr Theresa O,«andy, from Boaton. Schr Louisa Gray, Harts, from Boaton. Schr II B Bascom, lluckefrom Boston. Schr Millard FillmoreTuttlefrom Boston. Schr Ann Turner, Clifford, from Boston. Sohr SI A ShropshireShropshire, from Boston. Bohr Swan, Ltedi, from Boston. Schr AlertChampion, from Boston. Schr Diamond, Norton, from Brookhavsn. Bchr Naiad QueenHulee, from do Bcbr Cicero, Yatesfrom Provldenae. . Schr Dolphin. Clark, from New York. •Scbr Litfte BockCamp, from Beltcate. Sear Jabes L WhiteFilterfrom B...
Id=209 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENTNEW GA3 CONStTMIKQ FURS ACE. CHILSOWS NEW CONE FURNJCE, after having been put to the most cerere test, during the tiro cold wxstiks or 1S53 isd 1&7, hss proved to be the most powerful heater in the world, saving from %to % the fuel over any of tie best fum&cesQov in use. Ta*3B FdbsiCX3 are constructed with a. cast Irca a=h pit. and a. broad, shallow psn-3bapeJ fire pot, Iioe4 with fire-brick or iron staTes. The fire pot is Emincunt. ed with A SERIE3 OP COXES, ox TAPERING RADIATORS, targe and broad at their base, bat tapering to small apertures at tho top, ami ucitinjt with the aaulir chdiaber, through which the heat and tmoke pass to the tia» Tbe whole products of combustion is th» form of smole&ni G1SK3, are suspended directly oxer the fire, cosriSKDor compreuea into the tapering Con* ind cosTiSPjtLLTBXPOSBDtothe direct action of the rays of heat and light from the fire. This heat sail light is brought to & roccs in sics Cost...
Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
CHAS JIAtLOWELL & CO., NO_ 417 MARKET STBEET, UAMurAOTUBES AKD JHPOHT&R3 OP HATSCAPSAND LADIES' FANCY FURS. Merchants will find it their intereutto examine our stock before purchasing elsewhere. aul3-lm* SCOTT HOUSE—Comiir of Irwin Street and Duquesno Way, Pittsburgh. B. D. MARKER, Proprietor. aul3-3m BLOCKLEY ALMSHOUSE.—SEPARATE SEALED PROPOSALSendorsed " Proposals to BuppIyiBeef and Mutton for tho Philadelphia AlmshoUBeuntil Septembor lBt1868, will bo received by tbe 8teward, at tbe Philadelphia Almshouso, until 12 o'clockM., on the 17th injt. The quantity of Beef required will bo about 100000 lbs., sud from well fed cattle, to be furnished by the aldo or carcass, Bald carcass to weigh not less than. 000 lbs.: about the same quantity of Mutton will be requiaed, and must be from well fattened sheep-Sound and good marketable meat to be delivered at such times ana in such quantities as may from timo to time ho orderedto he inspected and weighed upon delivery. The ...
Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
Wolbkbt k Scott, Auctioneers. jq-l CHESTNUT STREET, OPPOSITE 'atlX THE CDSI0M H0U3E, between Fourth and Fifth Streets. CARD.—We invite the attention or purchasers to the positive sale of an invoice of modern Oil Paintings, to be held at our store, this (Thursday) morning, at 11 o'clock. PEREMPTORY 8ALE OF THE STOCK OF FINE FANCY GOODS, MINERALS, GLAZIERS' PIASIONDS, 4c , OF WM. C. McCREA, Esc, , AT 834 CHESTNUT STREET - MONDAY NEXT, 17th insUnt, commencing at 1% o'clock in the evening, -we will sell witfiont reserve, the Stationery and Fancy Goods, consisting of Pocket Books, Pocket Knives, Porte Monnaies, Gold Pens, Steel Pens, Letter Paper, Envelopes, kc, 4c. . .. And in continuation, on WEDNESDAY ^ ETEKIXQ " , commencing at l)f o'clock, will be sold Mineral Specimens for Cabinets, Glailera' Diamonds, &c, the whole forming a large and desirable stock of Fancy Artidee, which will be sold without reserve, and wiU be found worthy the particular attention of purchasers. SE...
Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
Philadelphia Markets. rniLADEtpnii, Aug. 12—Evening.—Bresdstuffs wcro rather more active to-^lay without change in rates. The Bales o . f Flour embrace 700 bbls standing brands old stock at $6.60; 600 bbls miulo from new wheat How at $7.26; 360bblsdo.toB.Thomasatt7.60e>$S.37,and 1000 bhls fresh ground super, to be delivered 20th September, at $6.50 4P 1 bbl. - The home demand is moderate within the above range of prices for common and choice superfine, $7.60O$8for extras, and S8.60a$9.25¥' bbl for extra family and fancy lots according to brand. A sale of 100 bbls Bye Flour was mftde at$4 62# V barrel.— Corn Meal continues scales and 'wanted at $4 & bbl for Pennsylvania ^eal.' TVneats are plenty today, bnt prime lota only are wanted ; sales including about 4,600 bushels at 160(1105 cents for reds, and 1700 173 for white of common and primo qualities. Corn rules dull and unsettled, with only a few small sales made publio at 88O89 cents for yellow. Oats are also statio...
Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
GE OKGE CHRISTY'S ADVENT.— SPECIAL CAltD. The Public is most respectfully notiSed that tbe celebrated and uaoqualled combination, the OEOROE OURISTY k WOOD'S MINSTRELS, whose eutertainuieata for many years have been regarded aa tho FASHIONABLE AMUSEMENT of New York, will make their first professional departure from that city since their original organication. and appear at the NATIONAL TIIEATRE, Wnlnut Btrcet, abovo Eighth, on MONDAY.EVENING, AUGUST 17. • .. and continue during the week fu a Berk's of thoir unequalled ETHIOPIAN DELINEATIONS: IutroduclDE that finished, original and eminent artist, MR. GEORGE CHRISTY, In his most noted and distinguished roles iu COMEDY, FARCE, BURLESQUE AND PANTOMIME. THE BOX BOOK Will open ou Saturday morning, August l ' fith, at 11 o'clock, at tbe Music Store of MESSRS. LEE k WALKER, No. 723 (late 188) Chestnut street, below Eighth. SreciiL OiRli.—This engagement Ii necessarily limited, as the opening of tho new Marble Theatre in Broadway, New Yor...
Id=156 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
CJTATE AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION. K5 —AaRI0ULTUUI3TS, STOCK BREEDERS, GARDNERS, P0MOLOGIBT3, 1NYENTOR3, MANUFACTURERS. ARTISANS!! AU classes are invited to become exhibitors. THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY will hold ita SEVENTH ANNUAL EXIIIBITION at Powelton, Wort Philadelphia, oil SEPTEMBER 29th and aotfa and OCTOBER 1st and 2d enroiug, for tho display of Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Swine and Poultry, Agricultural Machines and Implements, Dairy, Field and Garden Products, Seeds, Fruits, Flowers ant Vegetables, the Mechanic Arts, Domestic, Household and other Manufactures, Stoves, Wares and Inventions. A PLOWING MATCH ! 1 In order to promote skill and efficiency in the important work of the Farm, a Plowing Match will come off on the fourth day of the Exhibition, to which men and youths are Invited to compete for the premiums. To sellers and buyers of farm stock this Exhibition yt\\\ afford a most favorable market. The different Railroad Companies will carry all stock and art...
Id=200 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
SAMUEL NATHANS, AUCTIONEER, r3 and MONEY LOAN OFFICE, No. 112 South THIRD Streetbelow Walnut, opposite Pear st. only eight door* below the E«hange. - ilottra of business from T o 'clock, A. M., until 10 o'clock in the evening. OuWoor sales, and sales at the Auction House, attended upon the most satisfactory terms CAPITA! $200,000. Establiiktdfor the last Thirty Years. Advances made from one dollar to thoa&ands on Dia raonds, Sliver Plate, Watches, Jewelry, Hardware, Sler chandize, Clothing,Tumiture, Bedding. Cigars. Musical Instruments, Guns, Horses, Carriages, and Goods «f every description. AU good* can remain any length of tims agreed, upon. All advances, from one hundred dollars and upwanis will be charged 2 per cent, per month; $500 sad- over, tbe lowest market rate. This Store House having a depth o! ISO feet, has larje Ore and thief-proof vaults to store all valuables, and pr ivate watchmen for the premises; also, a heavy uuarance effected for the beneBt of all pers...
Id=210 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
PHILADELPHIA TYPE FOUXDRT—N. W. Cor. THIRD and CHESNUT Sts. t. PEIOUZB t SONthankful for the liberal pa. tronftge heretofore accorded to their Establiiruatat, and desirous to merit its continuancewcild announce to Printers and Publishers that their new SPECIMEN BOOK Is now ready, and from their increased facilities, are now prepared to furnish every thing necessary in % complete Printing Establishment, at lie shortest notice. Their long practical experience in the ousiaeas, and the fact or their personal superintendence of the 'manufacturing department, justifies the:n in asserting that they can famish a more durable aad betttr Sclahed article than their cotemporaries. ^ £heMtherefore, who desiro Printing Materials, Vo^M ^ doveli to apply to them pnrious to putthsiinf OranW taken at 9eents ptrpoond, in exchange for now ai$icc!men prices. aal-tf THE ADAMS EXPRESS CO., OFFICE, 320 CHXSTKO? STREET, fonrsrdl PAECEL3. PACKAUK3, JLERCHANDIZE. BANK NOTti ui SPECIE, either by its own LI...
Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
Jitiportfllionc. [Reported for The Press.) NEW ORLEANS-Schr Wm O Mershon, Turner-935 dry bides 2 bdls calf skins Thomas, Fraier & Co: 707 dry hides 20 bbls Blue Lick water J Baker: 773 dry hides Sbeln & Oliver, NY; 32 bales moss W P Wilstach A Co; 188 do cotton P I Jones, 8 do a W Taylor; 6 bbls whiskey O J Baker: 1319 dry hides 24 pkgs sundries order. WILMAtlSTON.-Schr ZephannaWalker—200,000 No 1 bunch cypress shingles 60,000 two feet bunch do Norcross & Sheets. PHILADKLVEIA BOARD O? TRADE. iskabl horkib, ) jo8bpii c. qrcbb, } oovuittee or thk month. John Welsh, \ LETTER BAG» At the Mcrcbantg' Exchange, Philadelphia. Ship Philadelphia, Poole .Liverpool , Aug. 16. 8hlp Tuscarora, Dunlevy Liverpool, Aug. 25 Ship William, Berry, ....Valparaiso, soon Ship Morning LightJohnston,,,..\ Panama, boon Barque Warren Fisher, Gallagher,...StThomu, Aug 13 Barque Irma,Nobre, St KittsAug 13 Barque E K Kane, Hewitt;...' Cardenas, soou Barque Japonlca, Shclden R'ode Janei...
Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
BAILEY & CO., CHESTNUT STREET, Manufacturers of BRITISH STERLING SILVER WARE , Uuuder their Inspection, ou the pxetalm exclusively, OitlEens and Strangers are Invited to viait our manufactory. WATCHES. Constantly on hand a splendid stock of Superior Gold Watches, ot all the celebrated makers. DIAMONDS. Necklaces, Bracelets, Brooches, Esr-Rlngs, Flnger-Binga, and all other articles In ths Diamond line. Drawlnga of NSW DESIGNS will be made free of charge tor those wishing work made to ordor. RICH GOLD JEWELRY. A beautiful assortment of all the new styles of Flno JeVelry, such as Mosaic, Stone and Shell Cameo, Pearl, Coral, carbuncle, Jlarqulalte, Lava,ftc, &o. SHEFFIELD CASTORS, BASKETS, WAITERS, 4c. Also, Bronze and Marble CLOCKS, of newest styles, •ad of superior qusitty. sul-d iff&W ly
Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
-ILERK OF QUARTER SESSIONS^ \J JOSEPH CROCKETT , Sixteenth Word. Subject to Democratic Rules. au 12-4w# DIOR ASSEMBLY-JOSEPH J. KEEFE. X —Second Legislative District, Second Ward. Subject to tho ueciBion of the Democratic Convention auO-dtS8 - ' ^ OROTHONOTABY OP' THE' DISTRICT L COURTJOHN P. H'FADDENof Third Ward. Subject to the rules of the Democratio Party, aul-tf •JCIOR RECORDER OF DEEDS—THOS " . L 1 ¦ J. HEMPHILLTenth ward . Vine street, above Eighth. Subject to Democratic rules. aulo-lm# "JOHN M. ARUNDEL, of tho Twenty-•J second Ward, will be a candidate for Assemblyfrom the Sixteenth District. Subject to the nomination of tho Democratic Convention. au6-eod2w# F ~*OR ASSEMBLY—THIRD DISTRICT—FRANKLIN McILYAIN, Subject to Democratic rules. au8-dtsp8 Ij^OR CORONER—DR. FEODORE MIEBX SON, Fifth Ward. Subject to Democratic Rules.
Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
CITY HOTKWCUrd above Race street O.lowm»n,Pt. Comfort. • John Williams, - wheeling. f. X. Simpson, Brooklyn. S. Moore, Heccacopla. t. B. Dlllm, Baltimore. E; Banken, Frenchtown. R. Mills, Fredericksburg. G. Rlndolph, Phiiada. Wm. E£nvrd, Baltimore. H. Bradford, BloomBburg. J. MouuUln, Ban Frac'o. W. ». Palion, Bucks co-Geo. Rupert, Luierne co. E. Holllugswortb, Phlla. M. Brine, Mastertotrn. Geo. Hicks , Altamaha. Jos. E. Stokes, Phila. II. Gllmore, Hopkins, Ky. W. Geuee,UarrI»onco.,Ky. Geo. Williams , Phlla. AMERICAN nOXBL—Chtatnut street, above Jflfth. Wm. Harris, Teon. R. G. Clark , Knoxr., Ten. Thos J Jamugin, Tonn. Wm M Bradford, do. Geo W Blakemore, Mo. S S Campbell, AtlanticOity W 8 Crouch, Elkton, Ky. Bainl 0 Brown ft wife, Cin-HenryE Smith, Chicago. cirmnti, 0. Henry aHavrlaon , Bait. D J Sharp, Phlllipiburg. Miss 0 Uarrington, do. J W McCormick, Mt Holly JosBatt, do. Miss M A Alcott, do. J F Hodgson, Washlogton. T D Stewart ft lady, do. Jas Skerrlng, do. Chas T Burgos...
Id=198 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
Jobs Batlis, Auctioneer, NO. 325 AP.CH STREET, between THIRD AND FOURTH STREETS. SALES EVERY EVENING at S o'clock Of Boots, Shoes, Srogans, Gaiters, Hardware, Cutler?, Watches, Jewelry, Hosiery, Whips, Trunks, fancy Goods, Notion], 4c , 4c. N. B. Terms of Night Sales, four months credit for approved City acceptances, for sums of S1C0 and over with interest added from date of sale. - . CAM).—Outdoor Sales solicited of Household Furniture at dwellings, Stocks of HardwareITnderwntest' Sales et-'Hxrdware, Cotlcry, &e. Consignments aoti-«er*TTppty»s above. Advances made on Consignments "^Good". Sala Bt G«o. W. Smith, Auctioneer. NE. CORNER OF BARRON AND • SOUTH STREETS, above Second. EVENING SALES. BALES EVERY SATURDAY EVEXIKO At 7V o'clock, at the Auction Store of Hardware, Cutlery, Housekeeping Articles, Clothing, Watches, Jewelry, Fancy Articles, ke.
Id=118 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
(SALAMANDER SAFES A largo assortment of EVANS ft WATSON'S PHILADELPHIA MANVFACTURED SALAMANDSlt SAFES, VAULT DOORS, for Bsnks and Stores. BANK LOOKS, Equal to any now in use. IRON DOORS, SHUTTERS, &c. On as good tcrma aa any other establishment in tho United States, by ' EVANS ft WATSON ' No. 20 South FOURTH Btrent Philadelphia.' ' PLEASE GIVE US A CALL. J^'QL mHE^BYST^NirCHEATEST^MBRO JL TYPES in theWorH . atthanew rooms1620 West MARKET Street, ov« OhaoM's Dry ^ GoodsStore. aulS-lt* Photographer and Practical Teacher.
Id=182 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
fiotels anb fttsicmrants PLINTON- PLACE HOTEL, BROADV/ WAY, corner of EIGHTH, atreet. New York. THIS ELTOAHT MODERN ESTABLISHMENT is now open for the reception of guests, in the European SINGLE ROOMS from 60 cenU to R per day. ' STJIT3 ROOMS tor Familiesfrom fl 50 to J10 per djy The MEALS served at all hoars by the CARU, at moderate rates.' C. J. MA01EUAN (" long snd favorably known to he patrons of Jonea ' and the United States Hotel, 'niladelphla,") la associated in the management, anl naa especial charge of the Catering Department. Every attention has been paid to make the organiiation per-«t, and vai friendspatronsand the travelling pablie in general, may rest assured tint so effort shiU be wanting to make the CLINTON trorthy the faror rtich we hereby respectfully solicit au5-lm» W1NANT & CO.
Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
IDcttllie On the 9th lost., OLIVER L.,son of Benjamin and Caroline Griffith, in the 21st year of his age. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from tbe residence of biB parents, Seventh street, flrst door above Jefferson, tlil» (Thursday) morning, at 0 o'clock, without further notice. To proceed to Doylestown. On the 10th lost., Mrs. ANNA B. JAIIKATJS, in the Slat year of her age, Tho relatives and friends ot tho family are respectfully invited to.attcnd the funeralfrom her late residence, No, 20 Christian street, below Church, this (Thursday) morning, at 10 o'clock. On the 10th lust., PATRICK KANE, aged 20 years. Tbe relative* and friends of tie family are respectfully invltod to attend tb' e funeral, from the residence of his father, Thomu Kane, S. E. corner of Eleventh
Id=117 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
OFFI CE OF THE KENSINGTON trAS COMPANYAugust 11,1SS7. Tho Board of Directors of the Kensington G*a Company have this day declared a dividend of One Dollar on each share of Stock iiBUed by the Company, which will be paid to the Stockholder!!, or their legal representatives, ou and after 8aturday, tho 16th instant, at the office of tho Treasurer, No. 82 Qdcen street, Kensington. PETER KAMLO, auirl3-2t* Treasurer.
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 13 August 1857
iWiirnagee On the 26th of March, by the Rev. George Chandler, Mr. SAM. A.'KEED to Miss BACIIKL W. WRIGHT, On the 30th of 7th month, by SrlendB 1 Ceremony, H. C. ROBERTS, of Philadelphia, to ELIZABETH II. daughter of the late Dr. Joft. Uickman, of Chester Co , Pennsylvania.