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Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
¦**#M « , ^" '' :,%r0iMirad '' ' ,S.l' ; ' 'i^H^ATM^A^OKSTl ' TiBIAiiB^^ VT -Sola Lrnee • .....:..... W. WHKATLEY. 8Oii.B or Prices.—Orchestra Btillfl. 60 cents j Dress Circle (no extra charge for Secured Beats)50 cents j Family Circle and Amphitheatre26 cents; Beats In VA. vate Ilexes76 cents \ Whole Private Box, $3 j Gallery, 13 cents; Oallerr for Colored PorsoqB , 25 cents | Private Box la Gallery for Colored l'creons, 88 cents. Box Office open from 10 A. M. until 8 P.M. J.M. B.WHITTON Treasurer. THIS (Saturday) EVENINGAugust 16th, Mrs. Copley's celebrated comedy of the BELLE'S STRATAQSM. Lutltla Hardy Mrs. K. I,. Davenport (late Miss Fanny Ylnlng—her first appesranco here.) Mrs. Rackett .....Miss Anna Cruise. Lady Touchwood Misa II. Baker. D«rlcourt , Mr. Wheatley. Sir Qeorge ToucQvrood Mr. Dolman. Old Ilarly Mr. Thuyor. Flutter... Mr. J.S. Clark. After which a variety of Music by the Orchestra, under tboMlrectlon of Mr. CHARMS DODWORTH. To conclude Trith the laughable com...
Id=206 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
©as £\%mc5. RCHER, WARNER, MISKEY &CO., Manufacturers ofGASALIERS, BRACKETS. PENDANTS, FITTINGS, and all kinds or GAS and LAMP WORK, GIRANDOLES, 4c, No. 328 CHESTNOT Btreet, Philadelphia. ABCHER, WARNER ft CO, No. 378 BROADWAY, New York. .Buildings (AUi with Gas Pipes, and all kinds of altering and repairing of Gas Work. aul-lm* SUiorueris at £mn. "TkANIEL DOUGHERTY, ATTOBNEY U AT LAW, Southeast Corner of EIGHTH and LOCUST Streets, Philadelphia. aul-ly YER STROUSE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CENTRE street, Pottsville, Pa. su4-ly JOHN BINNS, UNITED STATES COMMISSIONER AND COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS, AND THE PROBATE OF ACCOUNTS for several 8tstes and Territories. He Isby law, authorized to administer Oaths and Affirmations to be received in ail the Courts in Pennsylvania. JOHN BINNS may be found in his oOce , No. 116 South SIXTH Street, opposite the Couuty Court House, rrnmSA.M tflBP M .«1_1«.
Id=221 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
BAILEY & CO., CHESTNUT STREET, Manufacturers of -BMTI8HST JattIBOSU.TXS. TTA««,- Under their inspection, on the premiers exdosireiy Citixsus aod Strangers are invited toTislt 'our Baaafactorr. .. . : ,; !. ' " I: V . ' WATCHES. Constantly on hand s. aplcndid stock of Superior Gold Watches , of ail the celebrated makers. DIAMONDS. Necklaces, Branlits, Broodies, Eir-Rlip, fiazv-Blngs, sjnd all other articles in the Diamond line. Drawings of NSW DlaiONS will b» nad» fres of charge- lor those wiablDg' wark made to oroor. . RICH GOLD JEWELBY. A beautiful assortment or all tho sew stylet of lisa Jewelry, such as Mosaic, Stone and Shell Cxroeo, Pearl, Coral, Carbuncle, Marqnisite, ~ " Lira, 4c, 4c. SHEFFIELD CASTOB3, BASKETS, WAITEM, tc Also, Bronta and Marble CLOCKS, of newest styles, and of superior quality. aul-d twtwly
Id=135 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
C1OUNTRY COLLECTIONS made with J promptness and at tbo usual raten. hv DAV1B t BWNEY, No. 25 South THIRD Street, Philadelphia. They Invite attention to their unequalled facilities for the nAJuntinont of controversies in all parts of the United States and Camdu, and collecting and securing MER0ANTILK CLAIMS, afforded by their thorough organization; having local agents in every settled county iu the Union, and byproH' perous associate ofilcos in BostonLouisville, Duhuque, New Xork, St. Louis , Detroit, BaltimoreCincinnati, St. raul's, Washington, Bittuburgh, Milwaukie, Charleston, Chicago, Memphis, Mobllo, Now Orleans, Savannah. Each local odlce controlling Its own collections, anil having dally business connections -nlth the most reliable) and experienced attorneys in the country. They also have superior facilities for colleotlng drafts and maturing paper at points not accessible to Banks and Bankers, and Remittances ore promptly made by their correspondents for commissions that ex...
Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
fipcxiol •Koliufi- > Professor Saundrrs' Writ Philadelphia la Ktitiite. . au!6-It Bower's Infant Cordial.«-ThU laraluable Cordial is prepared from a variety of the most choice and efficient aromatlca known in medicine, and Is the most perfect and reliable carminative extant for infanU and young children. Ity its powerful Influence a speedy cure is effected in alfcMea of CholiCy windy pains and spajuiu. Relieves and mitigates much of children's suffering during dentltlon or teething, and by ita soothing properticH tranqnlliBes palm of the bowels, loosenesH, vomiting, &o. The Infant Cordial boa become a standard remedy, and has been used in tfaoasanda of cases with the most abundant success. No family should be without it. Prepared only by Hskrv* A. Bowxb, At his Drag and Ohemlcal Store, N. E. corner of Sixth and Oreen sta., Philadelphia. To whom all orders must be addressed. And foroale by Drugfflfittf generally. ' au 13-ly
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
RE V. JNO. CHAMBERS —ON THE Scriptural difference between a true and false OUnstlan-TO-MORROW AFTERNOON, at 4 P. M. Church, corner Broad and George streets. Luke, chap. vl.i v, 32-86. " it* rjUtANDtlLlTARY EXCURSION NATIONAL RIFLE COMPANY, TO COLLINS' BEA0H ON MONDAI MOBNING next, the 17th inst., on board of the commodious steamboat W. WHILLDIN. Boat leaves Poplar street wharf at 8 o'clock; Arch street wharf at 8V; SImpsotf 4 Nell's wharf at 8tf A. M. Tickets 60 cents. Can be had on board of the boat on the morning of the Excursion, or of any of the members. - aul5-lt# M. D. ROGERS'S CARRIAGE REP03ITORYlOfa and 1011 CHESTNUT Street, •iboYe Tenth, will he opened on or stout the 25th inst.. for the flate of every description of' CARMAGE9 , to which the attention of tho ' public (b renpeotfallr c&lled. am 6-in
Id=225 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
X BAZIN & CO.'S FBANGIPAANI, • AN ETEBNAL PERFUME. THE ONLY GENUINE ARTICLE MASCTACTUEED. IRANQUAmSI EXTRACTS, FBASQISAXKI POMADE FRANGIPANNI SACHETS. FRANGLPAXNI SOAP. FBANG1PANNI TOILET WATER. FRANGIPANKI CREAM, J OR BEATJTirn>3 THE COMPLEXION. X. BAZJN i. CO. would respectfully aution this public against tn* many spurious articles bearing the name of FttANOIPANNIin imitation of their ORIGINAL and only 'IKStJLNE perinme, which Is made entirely and pure!/ bom the celebrated nape of FKAXGLPANIts popularity has led laveral establishments to claim for their counterfeits all these exquisite qiuhtiei which belong only to the GENUINE. For sale by ail drurgiits and fancy dealers. X. BAZIS A CO., Manufacturers of the Prize Medal Perfumeries. «n!5
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
Hkaths On the 12th inst.. Mr. JACOB MARPLS, in the 44th year of his age. The relatives and friends of ihe family are. respectfully invited to attend the funeral , from his late residence, Sarah street, below QneenKensingtonon Monday afternoon, at 8 o'clock, without further notice. To proceed to Odd Fellows' Cemetory. On the 12th inst.. after a lingering Illness, Mr. JOHN GILTONIn the 60th year of his ago. _ The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully iiwilod to attend the funeralfrom his late residence, Merion square, Lower Merlon township, Montgomery County, this (Saturday) roaming, at 10 o 'clock, without further notice. On tho 13th inat., Mrs. ASSA STEWART , wife of Mr, John tfoCalvey, aged 30 years. The relatives .and frlondu of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from tho residence of her husbandCoatea streetabove Twentieth, on this (Saturday) afternoonat 2 o'clock, without further nottco— to proceed to Odd Fellows' Cemetery.
Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
,; Total......,..,,. 1,209,323 17 To same time last vear.i 1,333,244 01 SoatrrniLi, NiviQiiioa OoiL Tjudc—The following ore the receipts of coal for the week onding Thursday, August 13,1867: - - ' Tens. Cict. from Port Carbon i.j , 9,088 00 do. PotUville.;.;;.. • .; 2,630 10 do. Sehuylkil! Haven 27,400 00 do. PortOlintdn 2,026 00 Totalforweek 41,144 10 Previously thlB year 643,116 03 ¦ Total .. ¦ ...,.'..;.... 884,260 13 . To same time last year. 612,000 17
Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
JAMES KELLY, (Successor to William Ourtls) RegaliaBooks, Jewels. KmblemsMasonlo and Encampment Charts, 4o. Odd Fellows' Hall, NOBTII SIXTH STREETbelow Itace, Philodolphla. Orders from any part of tho country, addressed to James Kplly, promptly attended to. ' au 1-lm CHAS. HALLOWELL & CO., ~ NO. 417 MARKET STBKKT, S1ANUFA0TUKER8 AND IHPORIEBS OP HATS, CAPS, AND LADIES' FANCY FURS. Merchants will and it to their interest to examine our BUKkbelorepurctiMlDgoUowherc, sul-i-lm*
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
. The following Is the inspection of Flour and Meal for the week ending August 13 ,1667: HalfBartelaofSuperuno..: 90 „ Barrels of Superfine j....v 7,064 do - Fin ' ..... 23 do ; Middlings , 279 ' do . Bye ; , 42 do Corn Meal 449 .-do - Condemned 65 (Puncheons Corn Meal., , , ' Total 8.016 STEPHEN MILLBB. Inspector. Jntportatione
Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
Thb TsaPE or tbs Rsjbiso Knl.!OiD,—The following is the amount of, coal transported on the Philadelphia and Beading Railroad, during the week ending Thursday, August 13; 1857: ' C"'' ' "' , • " Tom. Cki. from Port Carbon ,;.., 11,474 06 ' do. Tottaville ; 2,208 IB do. BchuylkUlBaven... :. 22,039 07 d«. Auburn ..,,. ' . 767 01 -do. Port Clinton .,.,,,,..,... ' .,., 0,71406 , Totalfor week.........:,,. . ' 43,203 17 Previously this year .....; , 1,168,120 00
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
Totall,9« l MV" 1^98888 ' det.!' ' 61, 6«. .The Anthracite Coal Trade, from the lehigh aid Sohuylkill regloas, for the part " m& ,andi season , has :-been aa follova: ¦ ¦ ¦ ,";, . ^- , ¦ » ¦ V ¦ -=• .i i-- • - • 18ST. , ' 1858. ¦' •'* ' • ¦ • ¦ Week. Beason. Week. Season iteWihCanal.J.:.i.8t,lM.-4n,9« S8,48S 62o,n3 ¦ XeUfk-Tal. K. H...10,*iS> > 373,194 ' 6 OW 72 839 SekuVlUUCanal....ti.,144 684>1 30 KB 612901 Bea4&j.Ballrpad ' . ' ..*S,a>i 1 ,209,324 51 ,728 3, 3^^4 •¦ / /irifV i -.-( . : -130,489 2,681,773 116,612 ifi^MI nv, ? •»:.: ' ¦ ,, •: •M5,«U 2,«38.«iT- • -
Id=183 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
COTTON—100 bales Gulf Cotton, in store and for sale bj MARTIN tc MAOALISTEB «u* 110 North Water Street. XJSS—17 bales Carolina Moss, far sale by MARTIN & MACALISTER, »ul , 119 Korth Water Street. fiHAKLES MAGABGE & CO.,— V/ Wholesale Deilors in PAPEB, BAGS, to., No. 80 South SIXTH Street. Phllodelnbla aul-lm
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
I^ODEY'S LADYS BOOK FOR SEP-\X TUSIBER PUBliISIIlfiD THIS DAY 1 The Tallotr Family in America—Tho Lout Diamonds end Uncl« G«orgaor the Family Mystery, are concluded In this No.—llireo of the beat storica ever published in an American Magazine. ' Heel and Too' is ft superb linn ensrraTiog—a fourfigured colored FoahlonJ* late—Muaio—Becfij)ts and Kmbroliiery Pattecnsin abundance. Thero is everytblng in tha Sept, No. that ean iotereat a lady. .¥« sale bj all the Ife&lers, aul&-14* L A Pratt, dlncinnati O J NRobley, DwWj™ Alex Pope, Georgia A V Ruinbr,JT B A^rmy J I Muuustlo,I Carolina R DavisNo* York W D Thaver. Ronton T * Heatlett, uo HHami&Scster E»B JB Crerley, kentucky J B Hyde, Cliff Mine F S Walter, Alabama . • H Watts, Carlisle Sf'fe" 1 !'W'S" w M Roberts, do Robt Floyd & la, ao EOrutehneld 1 , Louisville Miss OrutchBeldLouisv'e fiss O'Neill, do Je.so FoW . Bostoo OBcar S Moore, DanvlUe J RBrljfow, Va V Valden, Va F S Hunter, Pa JohnB Floyd, ...
Id=186 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
EVANS' GEEAT GIFT BOOK SALE No. 336 CHESTNUT Street. N.B,—No conneo on with any other hosMJn. tho City, nul-Sta hotels <mb tttstanrtmts. jjH fc'INTO N 1 - TifidEriOafcsL,yBROiXi-\J WAY,'comer of EIGHTH, Jtreet.riew York. THIS SLBGANT MODERN ESTABLISHMENT is now open for the reception of guests, In the European SINGLE ROOMS from 60 cents to tl per day. SUITS o! ROOMS (or fimiUea, from fl 60 to $10 set day. The MEALS served at all hoiua by tbe CARD, at moderate reUs. ' - 0. J. MACLjSLLAN (" long and favorably known to the patrons of Jones' and the United States Hotel. Philadelphia.") Is associated in the management, and has especial charge of the Catering Department. Every attention baa been paid to make the organisation perfect, and our friends, patronsand the travelling public in general , may rest assurred that no effort shall be wanting to make the CLINTON Worthy the favor which we hereby respectfully aolicit au5.1mtt V1VIHT A- no.
Id=275 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
MANUFACTURERS' INSURANCE COMPANY.—Oharter Perpetual. Granted by the State of Pennsylvania. Capital, fo00,000. fire, Marine, aud Inland Transportation, ( D1RI0T0RS. Aaron 8. Llppiucott, Charles WiM, Win. A. Rhodes, Alfred Weeks, Charles J. Held, JameaP. Smyth, ' Wm. B. Thomas, J. BinaldoSaak,; Wm.Neal, . John P. Simons 1 AARON S. LIPPIN0OTI, President. WM. A. RHODES, VIee President. ALFRED WEEKS, Secretary. J. W. MABTIEN, Surveyor. ; This Company was organised with a cash capitaland the Directors have determined to adapt the business to Its available resources—to observe prudence in conducting its affairs, with a prompt adjustment of losses. Office No. 10 Merchants' Exchange, Philadelphia. aul-dly , i . i rTWIK MERCANTILE MUTUAL 5INSTJX RANCE COMPANY 07 PHILADELPHIA.—CSee No. 222 WALNUT 8tree(, opposite the Exchange. MABINE SISK8 ou Vessels, Cargoes, aud freights. INLAND TRANSPORTATION BISKS, per Bailraads, Oanala, Boats, and other carriages. , , ALL THK PROFITS divided, annually...
Id=249 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
pHOICE FARM LANDS FOR SALE. — KJ TUBILMNOISOENTBAI, RAILROADCOMPANY la now prepared to tell about ' 1,600,000 acres or choice Farming l»ud», in tracts or 40 acres aid upwards, on long credits, and'at low rates of Intercut. Theso lands were granted by the Oovernment to aid In the construction of this Road, and are among: the r[che«t and most fertile In the world. They.extend from North-East and North-West, through the middle of the BUte, to the extreme Southand 'Include every vattety °' climate and production)} found between those parallels of latitude. The Northern portion is chiefly prairieinterspersed with fine groves, and in the middle and Southern sections timber predominates, alternating with beautiful prairies and openings. ' The climate IB more healthy, mud and equable, than any other part of the country—the air 1b pure and bracing, while living streams and sprlngB of* excellent water abound. Bituminous Ooal is extensively mined, and supplies a cheap and desirable fuol, bei...
Id=255 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 15 August 1857
SIX PENNY SAVINGS FUND, Corner of FIFTH aud WALNUT Streets. Open dally, from 0 to 3, and on Tuesday and Friday EvenlngB, until 8 o'clock^ Large or small s ums received, and paid without notice; with FIVB PBR CENT. INTEREST, by check or otherwise. JOHN THOMSON, Pres't. vios ruEsiDBgra, TH03. T. TASKER, EDWIN M. LEWIS. BBORETABY ISO TRBJSOBER, WM. T. ELBKRT. TBUSTBES, John B. AustinWm. 0. Ludwig, John B. Addicks, D. O. Levy, Bolsmon Alter, Charles E. Lex, M. W. Baldwin, A. Miakey, William Clark, Israel W. Morris, Jr., Ephralm ClarkJr., Wm. Neal. Charles 8. Carstalrs, Thos. Neilson, Robert Clark, Thomss S. Reed , M. D. A. J.Drexel , James Russell, Charles Butilh, Thos. P. Sparhawk, Wm. B. Foster, Oscar Taompson, Benjamin Gerhard, Peter Williamson, John Jordan, Jr., Isaac S. Waterman, Lewis Lewis , Jr., Charles T. Terkea. aul-Sm NO. 88 (241) DOCK STREET. —FIVE PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND. NO. 88 (241) DOOK STREET—FIVE PER CENT.BTATE SAVINGS FUND. NO. 88 (241) DOCK STREET.,—FIVE PE1...