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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

HABRIS_* _BOUDOIK SEWING MA OHINB is offered to tts puWio u _tia moat i» i-able l_»w-»rioed Sewing Machine inns*. It will m« womilxto _iixty ititcheato an inch, o» all klnda o! rijodJ-ftom ooarBesthaggingtotheflnertcambriei. II • _* ithoat exception, the simplest In 1U zneahanioa a_^_teuottoneTermadft , andean ba run and kept In ord« 6y a _oWld of _twelva yean of age. The _ddbabiwtt « this machine, end the _otalitt of its wok, an war _santed to !»• _unsurpaaBed by any other. Its speed rang* from _threa _iondredto flfteen _Uundrwl _etttohe* p«f mi ante. The tbread used la takea direotly ttota tt_« _cpoob snnou* m novBV* or _miwMJMiro. In laot, it It t BMklne that la wanted by awry _CuaUf _lntha laal_,u< «. tow prie_* _OT TfflBTT _pouiABB_, _ci which _thay mn fold, Brings them within the reach • tdmwrt •_r«y one- 8- »• _BAKBB, Agent, _^wi!dem w -ww-to Tao aboh _stbmt

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

6AMOBL V HtBBIOK J VAUOHAN HXBRIOK WILIUM H MKfcHIOK. (_3OUTHWARK FOUNDRY, K5 ngTB AND WASHINGTON 8_TREBT8, _PHILADELPHIA. _MERBICK & SONS, BNGINXCBB AND MAOHINI3T8, _gUaafaeture High and Low _Preasute Steam Sogines, for Land, Biver, and Marine serrice. Boilers, Gasometers, Tanks, Iron Beats, 4o_,j Oast ings of all kinds, either Iron or Brass. Iron Frame Roofs for Gas Works, Work hops, Baliroad Stations, 4o. Retorts and Gas Machinery of the latest and most improved _construction. _ Every description of plantation machinery, such M sugar,fl aw, aod Grist Hills, Vacuum Pan*, Open Steam Trains, Defecators, Filters, Pumping Engines , &o. Sole Agents for N BiiUeax_^_s Patent fcugar Boiling Apparatus; _Naamyth's Patent Steam Hammer; and Asplnwall & Woolsey'_s Patent Centrifugal Sugar Draineg Machice. au6-y iDrngs and _(_Etjcmicala

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

JJOBERT SHOEMAKER & CO.. tS. _M ©OB rOUBTH ASP BAGS BXttfiSTSs PtilLADILPElA, WHOLESALE DRUGGISTS * iiANUFACTaREKS OF PAINTS IN OIL, UfifOBxlEfl 01 fRINDS f LATK &ia WINDOW C*_LASS D1ALSR8 IN AM1BIOAN WINDOW GLAWJ »_p31-8ci •

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

tlOUSB-FURNlSHLNG GOODS Just received from Burope by ships _Xloise_, Jane HendeKon, and Wyoming, a large supply of new and useful articles, many of which hav« never before been offend for sale in this market. JOHN A. MURPHEY & CO., 922 CHESTNUT STREET, ABOVE NINTH_, jyl-fm&wtf

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

INKLE * LYON'8 SEWING MASS&& ESSh-Afe—" I6funded _- _^_-_^ _AGMit ta •" h&M * LYON, Ai_*1 _^ 60S BROADWAY, New York. IH-D __ _^^ mt _^TJirw«JE —850 boxes Herkimer County

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

Immense Gold News.—The Omaha Nebraskian—Extra— of_^ th e 5th instant, comes to us with the most naming acoount of tho richness of tha South Platte Gold Mines that we ha.v« sat seen. Mr. Wm N. _Bserg_, of that olty4 A. Dean, of _Kulaoiazio, Michigan, and W. Dufre«_s_, of bouth Bond, Indiana, and J. Stanwell.of Morgan oonnty, Ohio, arrived in Omaba on the 5th, They brought $7,500 in gold dust, and confirm, in tho fullest degree, the reports of _thn extravagant richness of the mines.—Missouri Republican.

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

CHAMBERS'8 ENOTCLOPEDIA, V- _> ( To be m eighty monthly parts, J 6 cents each) Regularly supplied to any address, by JOHN woFARLAN. Agent Per APPLHION'8 NEW _AMBBIOAN OlOLOPgDU, ARCADE HOTEL, CHBSTNOP above 8ixth jyl4-tf *_#* Mailtd/r « anywhere—if paid in _advance.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

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Publication Title: Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

THE PRESS erSHSHZD SAIL? (SUNDAYS 5_XCBPTXB ) BY JOHN W. FORNEY, Office, So. 417 Chestnut Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

•_oYRUP MOLASSES.—260 _hhds and _bbls. _O New York and Philadelphia _Svrup for sale »y fAMM (UUSAU ft 00., LBTITli street. )»U %\t _fress

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

Bzmina _Machines

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

ADDRESSES OF THE GRADUATE?, X The semi-annual Commencement of the forty focord term of tho Control High fioliool took piano yesterday morning, in _ths American Academy of " *_sic. Tbe recurrence cf the oommo_»cement r!.;ysof this noble institution of publio learning hp» _dlwaya occasions of great public interest, but yet, we have never witnessed Fuch a sight nt any of them as that presented yesterday _morning at tin Academy. From the aky-circle to tha stage n in one vast sea of crinoline, silks, ribbons, flnuLces, fans, and handsome faces. A _strny gentleman might be Been, few and far between, aerving only to note the contrast. Th« day was warm enough to render a fan desirable, but the tbunder of the evening previous had taken all tho heal, out of the atmosphere. On the stage nbout fiva bucdre'l _gentlf men, corsistini; of _professors, _p ch'tlnrs. nnd iiivi'ed gufs's. were a?_semble<l. An excellent orchestra, under the lead of Dr CunniDg ton, _enlivened tho day with ex...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

Biaok _Emigration ; Marine latelligenc e The News. A private despatch has bean received at Bastoc_, from Halifax, announcing the death of Rufaa Choate, of Boston. Mr. C&oato was one of the ablest lawyers and most eloquent orator3 of tha country, and hi * death is a national calamity. The Washington Constitution of yesterday contains a lenjj extract irom a _despatch from the Dspartment of .-tele to the United States minister at Berlin, in _regaid io the liability cf _naturalized _citizens to be impressed into the military sirvioa of their native _counties on their return to them. Tho despatch is evidently somewhxtof a concession to too indignant public _soniioient created by the LcCleic a:id tfifer letters,, but, to seme extent, the pretens-ions of munarchicil Governments are stiil recognised. Th) mosD important portion ot this r?espatoh is as f jllowi : " It wou d be quite absurd to contend tnat a _fciy, b:ou_^ ht to ibis country from a foreign countiv with his lathe...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

Palmeraton ' s Platform. The British Ministry have made a declaration of principle, or, as we would say in this conatry, have established and exhibited their platform. It is of the smallest extent and of ch« simplest construction. It consists of only a couple of planks. The two points upon which Lord Gbantillb in the Lords, and Lord Palhkrston in the Commons, were at all explicit, were the [talian "War and the new Reform Bill. On the 9Tar, the new Ministry promise the most decided neutrality—a do-nothing policy, in fact, which is sometimes ment ! oned, in ridicule, as " masterly inactivity, " They will try to keep England out of war, and endeavor to restore peace. ") hey will place the defences oj the country upon a proper footing—not so omen for protection as to be able, at the proper moment, to interfere effectually to effect pacification. England has no apprehension, we think, of being invaded by France. That is the most a_^snrd bugbear ever started by newspaper writers to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

Letter from " Occa&ioiiJU. ['JorreejondrtnoM of Tlia PreM.J Washington, July 14, lb&9-All doubts _havn boen removed by the nrticto in tho New York Times of Inst _evening, as to the reconciliation of Mr. and Mrs. Sickles. You will excuse me, I am sure, if, in canarm with Others. _T _vintnro to _oxoress my own opin_? ¦>« in re gird to this oco'irrer._oe_, and I ask tha _jirivilogi of _dohi _K fo, inasounhns your raiders wiH _rtmiiabor f hat I _hiivn omitted _vao opooruni' y t_* do jasl_.i---to Mr. Sickles himself in Wi reoeut great froiiDlo-He had a perfect right to tako his wife back t his bosom. It wns his own act, and I am toUl ho just'fies it by tho declaration that he ought •not to >o called to account for it. Bat tho-c wbo stood by him havo _als> n right to _raliovo themselves from the responsibility of his _aclion. In thin community the lamen ted Key had many wirni a.n<\ devoted friends. Knowing him, as I ili4, inlimatal_? and wel...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

The IVntiiralizritioti Qucsti'm, TAMMANY HALL AOAI.V_1T OBN. CASS — IMP R T VST RESOLUTIONS OP THE fiE-HERAL COMM1TTBEAt, n _iaeating >»f the Tammany Hill r_+_innrii Cimm<tteeon Tuesday n'Rht, the following report _arj d resolutions were _ndopff d : Your committee, to wh_>m wa3 . referr_?.i _rha c r_.bjsjt of the protection due to _natunlized _ciiiznis returning 'o the country of their bir:h, respectfully rejorfc _fhat they hare feriousiy _onnsidurnd the question, and have arrived at the following _oonclusionf!: First. That the right of expitriation has harm asrerted and maintained from the found itif_»n of the _Government of tbe United States by the American people ¦Second. That the right of expatriation _nvrlves the right to _renounce ihe natural iillrg-_'ance which persons owe to the Government under wbich thoy ar<« born, and to _choose th? Government under whose'»"a they shall live Third. That ererv per?on of foreign birlh who, not being a crim'na...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

How Will the War End? It is not unlikely, we think, that after another great battle between the Allies and the _Austrians, which we earnestly hope will terminate in another great victory for the former, Southing will be don©, perhaps by Prussia and England, to bring the Italian war to a conclusion. Austria may be looked upon as having already lost Lombardy. Napoi/eon pledged himself, in the most emphatic manner, to liberate Lombardy from the Austrian yoke. He cannot permit the contest to terminate in a compromise. France has not lavishly poured out her blood and treasure for such a conclusion as this. _JNTo, the war can end only in ono way—by the utter expulsion of the hated Austrians from the fine country they have so long misgoverned. Austria is avowedly deficient in the pecuniary means of carrying on this war. Her credit is exhausted, and her subjects are overtaxed There is a limit to fiscal exaction, and Austria dare not draw the cord too tightly. By this time, we dare say, ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

The Philadelphia Post-OHice Building. Washington, July 14 —Tbe Secretary of . th« Treasury, Postmaster General, and Attorcey General have decided that, in consequence of the invalidity of the title, or the impossibility of tbe American Philosonb'cal Society to fully convey In fee-simple to the United States their Hall in Philadelphiait will require farther _legislation by Congross before the building for the _pon offioe and court bouse purposeg can be proceeded with. Tho otder for tb« sale of the Bank of Pennsylvania property will, therefore, for the present, be withdrawn ; th« commission, consisting of the abovenamed Cabinet _officers, preferring to refer the whole matter to t_._^p judgment and consideration of the next CuDgress Arrest of Charles John Gardiner. Washington. July 14—Charles Jo ,_u _Girdiner, brother of Dr. Gardiner, of the Mexican claim nntoriety, and who was indicted for false swearing in his brother's case and forfeited his bail by absoodiog, having recently re...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

The Opposition Stale Committee, The gentleman below named have been selected to constitute the S'.ite _Cotnmitteo of the Republican party of Pennsylvania: Chairman—Hon. LEVI _KLINS, L0D&ion. _DiSTRicra lst..Robart 0. Praith PhlJadetphia. H"nry E. Wullace ..PbiUd_«'phia tT«orne w _. Poraeroy Pbilndelphia William B. Thomas _Philadelphia. 2d. J.tifl"B J Lewis _Moigau'H _Corcir. JW.. _Robnrt Iredo'l Non _istnwa. 4ih..J. Wilson _Cownll _Ds>)>lt>fttoira 6tk.,John H Oliver _Allnntown ( 1th..John H. _Riohards _RKariinjr. 7th..Robert M Palmer Pnttnvilla. 8h..K H Ranch _Majch _Chuok 9tb..a n.Ctusrt Mon'roR" lQtn,.S. •» L!Dgttre*>t Wilkef'.,o»_re _llth..Will!airi A WiillaroH _Srnn.tuort Tith.. B Hash Petrikeu • _^^ rh fea ]3.b..lsr«Ht (_latelius ,, 8»ih8ir-ovo _I4ib. .Ij-nm-I T.dt ' n,,i;.u 1 ¦ ti... 'o!fph Casey..% . ' .. ' . ' . " Harritburg Jbth..U_»n.,»rn a _r.n.ff< ,r _Lancanttr ,,.. 8 lT »?«_l 8_^ok , 'A Iambi*. 7ih..*iimnj M_'i _onkey _Writ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 15 July 1859

The Democracy of St. Louis unequivocally in favor of Popular _Sovereignly. "While the champions of the Administration in this State are drawing their swords upon all Democrats who will not worship its treacheries and absurdities, and who will not acknowledge that slavery in the Territories is under the protection of a " higher law," which places It entirely beyond the control of the people who inhabit them, the Democracy of St. Louis, Missouri, at their recent Convention to nominate county officers, adopted the followiug very sensible resolu tions : '• Resolved, That the Democratic doctrine embodied in the Cincinnati platform, of voninter' ferenreby Congress with slavery in St/r.te and Territory, or in the District of C'_otttmhia, is the only Bafo and sound solution of the slavery question! " Resolved That, we reoognise the right of the people of any Territory of the United States to form a Constitution and be admitted into the Union as a State, with or without domestic fl-very....

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