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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

tUaiils. fpO BOOKFOLDERS.—WANTED, a fc« X first rate hands. Apply at the Bindery, 404 COMMER0E Strcot, above Fourth. au3-2t* WANTED.—A Journeyman HARNESSMAKER, to go to Bucks County, about twenty miles north of this city. Inquire at the Black HoruB Hotel, SECOND Strcot, below Callonhlll. au3-lt« y B

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Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

(Koal ?« £ Et SCIIUVLKILL ANT) LEHIGII COAL.— J um tlntlr receiving, atniy rani, the best quality of SCHUYLKILL AND LKHIGH COAL. My customt'rd, and all others who may favor me with their order*-may rely on getting Coal that will be sat if factory to them. IE/ " No interior Coal kept at this establishment to offer at LOW PBI0K3. ALEXANDER CONVERY, aul-tf N. E corner of Broad and Cherry St8.

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Id=151 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

CHESNUT STREET HOUSE .—SAMUEL MILLER, (Old Xu. 1J1) Nt'« No. GJl OlIESMj'T STREET, be Ion Fourth, Philadelphia. uu 1-lin WILLIAM BANKINGS' City Lager Beei Saloon, No. 32 CARTER'S ALLEY, Philadel-Iihia. - au 1-lm

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Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

Msteilaneiros J AMES KELLY, (Successor to AVillira, Curtia) Regalia, Hooks , J^^tle ilrnbleais, Masonic unl Lncempmeut ChMts, tc Odd 'clloss 1 Hall, XOaTll SIXTH STEEET , below Kace, PhiladelpWa OiJorj from any part of the country, addressed to James Kelly, promptly attended tn an i«ia

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

A LEXA. VDEK V. HOLMES. M'ISE AND iV LIUL'OK STORK. Nn W0, tfouth^a.l tlurue' o[ ilKORUK flnil SOUTH Streets ftiil.lr WILLIAM F. BITFIELD,—IMPORTER of URVNUIES, WINES, &<¦ ., i.r . Si>. ::J3 WAI.XUT Str.'Pt. Philadelphia. aul-lm

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Id=119 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

iJCVGOlUll NOTI CE.—MY WIFE, EVEMNK JAN1-SON. h'ft my bed and board without auy ino\ocation This is to caution (lie public th*t I will not br respoviiiiWe for any debts *Ue ivmy coviuact. misat* ADAM JANISOX

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Id=126 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

J , a LEHIGII AND SCHUYLKILLCOAL.— DALY, PO11TKR & CO., COAL DEALERS. No. 821 1'IUME atrtet, above Eighthkeep constantly on hand, at the verv lowest rates, a full t-upply of Lehigh and HchuylklU Coal. au 1-Cm

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

tJrctucnco DITHMAR & BUTZ, PORTER, ALE AND LAGER BEER BREWERY, No. 620 (new-No 038) North THIRD Street , Philadelphia.—Shipping ovdera Tirolmytly attended to. aul-tf S w g

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Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

rules nn3.(p+ PRUTHONOTARV OF TUE DISTRICT COURT, JOHN V. M'FADDEN. of Third Ward. Subject to the rules of the Democratic l'artv. aul-tf

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Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

Soarbinq P LEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD can he obtained at No. 014, Wood itreet,abo\e Marshall. au3-'2t*-

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

FAILASELFHIA BOARD OF TRADE Israel Mobris, . ) -, Joseph O. Qrobb , Scomhittbb of the Month John Welsh, j

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Id= 69 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

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Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

GENERAL NEWS. In Iowa, a now Constitution, framed by the last Republican State Legislature, Id to be submitted to tho people for their approval or rejection-As it contains clauses giving negroes the right of suffrage and putting them on an equality with the whites in the common schools, &o., it will no doubt bo rejected. An election ia also held to-morrow in Missiouri for Governor. The question of emancipation is before tho peoploand their sentiments on that subject will bo at last ascertained. Colonel Stuart is tbe Democratic candidate, and • Rol-HnB is tho American Emancipation candidate. -The American State Central Committee of Ohio havo issued a circular announcing that an American State Convention will be held in Dayton, on Wednesday. August 6th, to nominate a State ticket for the approaching October election. A very dangerous note on the State Bank of Ohio is in circulation.'It is a ono raised to a ten , and is woll calculated to deceive evon a judgo of bank bills....

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Id=188 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL ;4t Wallack's Theatre, New York, aburlesque upon " Shylock," written by Frank Talfonrd, bob of the author of "Ion," has been produced with some success. It is lively, witty, and as full of puns as a Christmas pudding is of currants. Tho Portia of thispieco is Mrs. John Wood, (duly advertised by tho management, as '< the brilliant and beautiful,") and her husband was the Shylock, Tho other leading parts wore, played by Mrs. Vernon, Mr. Walcot, and Miss Manners. Last year, during the hot months, Wallack'a was called "The Summer Garden"—because tbore was a bouquet of artificial flowers stuck near each gas-light, and one geranium in a small flower-pot, placed in the vestibule.— There is also another "Garden," in New York, called Niblo's, which is really a theatre, tha attractions at which now are the Kavels and a pretty French danscusc called Teresa Bolla. Mr. Edward Eddy is tho new lessee of thu Bowery Theatre, and likely to make it pay—with blood-and-...

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Id=183 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

ITEMS OP FOREIGN NEWS. The address of Sir John Key, the City Chamberlain asd the presentation of the freedom of the City to Prince Troderiok William of Prussia, is worthy of porusal as a speoimen of muerablefustiea. Sorapsfrom Enfleld's " Speaker" quotations from Victoria melodramasmottoes from benefit 'societies' , flags, Btudded the long-winded oration of the dreary old gentlemanwho wound up a speech, whisk the Prime could not understand by presenting him with tho freedom of the city, which he ;will never make useof. The Prfnoe must have suffered a good deal from this style of addrW in Ms native land, but surely no Ober-hurgomeifier throughout tho length and breadth of Prussiapan hare talked, suoh arrantnonsanse as Sir John Key. —Illustrated London Times. ' Dr. Hinds, Bishop of Norwich, l»*«ly resigned his see, on a pension. It is reported that, Eorao time b&ck, he contracted a matrimonial connection ve .ry much below his own r"*. V* e mBr " liage was kept n seoretj bat,...

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Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

LOLA MONTEZ ON THE PLATFORM. The Hamilton Spectator, (Canada West) gives a synopsis of a lecture by Lola Montez, a Beautiful Woman. It says:— The Hamilton Mochanica* Hall was crowded to its utmoBt oapaoity, by a very promiscuous assembly — the gentlemen greatly outnumbering the ladies present. Considerable impatience was caused by the delay in commencing the lecture,butwhen Lola appeared, all noise was Eushcd in an Instant; every one critically Boauniug tbe lineament*! of this celebrated beauty. The silence was but for a moment, a burst of applause was tho public tribute to her charms, and was gracefully acknowledged. Lola is a living leoture on beauty. She is an oxample of a beautiful woman. Her face is charmanicespecially the forehead, eyesand nose. Her movements are graceful in the extreme, and tho way she handled a fan was a lesson to tne Canadian fair. Her history is evidence of tho power of beauty, as alsoperhaps, of its freiiy. Her leoturo on Beautiful Women is open to crit...

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Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

?fEW ¥08K CORRESPONDENCE. , New York, July 31,1857. Our Empire City U in a lamentable condition. Tho State Legislaturetenderly solicitous for the welfare of the virtuous aothomitoa, (and rather anxious fo tio tho hands Of tbe Mayor,) passed an not whereby the government of the police in Now York »no Brooklyn was transferred from the M»yor, Aldermen and Common Counoil of thjjse respective cities, and placed under a, new Board of (well-paid) Commissioners, appointed by the Govornor, three belonging to New York, two hailing from districts out of that city, and two more, vii: the Mayors of Kow York and Brooklyn, being members ex oMcio. After considerable delay anjl expensive litigation, in which the validity of the statute was challenged, on the ground of its being, unconstitutional, tho Act was legally pronouueett good., The Mayor of New York immediatoly submitted to the decision of the Supreme Court, and at onoo disbanded tho old police. The now Ctfmmissioners had not been able to o...

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Id=186 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

THE CROPS Wool growing as a crop has greatly diminished of late in New England, and increased most wonderfully in tho Middle and Western States.— In 1810, the number of pounds raised in the New Eugliind States was 0440909; in 1850, 5085009. In the Middle und Western States, the increase in that period wtu 14,573,583 pounds, whilo in New England there was a decreaso of 1,355,400 pounds. Ohio; is the greatest wool Stato in the Union; Vermont.taNew England Connecticut, in 1840, raised 889,870 pounds; in 1850,497,454. Ono of tho causes of this falling off in our State is, that the dog is found to he a more usoful und profitable animal than the sheep, and many of our oitieona prefer those dogs that thrive the best on mutton. The Louisville (Ky.) Courier says:—'(Tho harvest is now nearly or quite over throughout Kentucky, and in yield of grain is the fines largest, heaviest and best ever known in this Stato. The yield is not only extraordinarily large, but me quantity of ground cult...

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Id=206 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND -t». TRUST COMPANY.—Incorporated by the- Legillatura of Pennsylvania.. Capital $500,000. Charter perpetual. Office in the Company's Buildings, S. £. Corner of WALNUT and FOURTH Streets, Philadelphia. This Company inaures lives during; the natural lif*, or for short terms, at the usual mutual rates of other Bound companies. Stock rates about Twisty per cent. lower than above. Premiums may be paid quarterly, half yearly or yeajy. FIVE PER CENT. SAVINGS FUND. Money received on deposit daily, by this old-established Institutionreturnable in Gold, on demand, with five per cent, interest added. OBee hours from 9 A. M. till t P. M., and on MondayitilUP. M. ALEXANDER WHILLDIN Joux c. Slug, See'y. [aul-lot] President. MANUFACTURERS' INSURANCE COMPANY.—Charter Perpetual. Granted by the State or Pennsylvania. Capital, $£00,000. Fire, Marine, and Inland Transportation. D1RCCTOB9. A&ron S. Lippineoti, Charles Wise, Wm. A. Rhodes, Alfred Weeks, Charles J. F...

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Id=184 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 3 August 1857

-'* ' ' ,. .--. {.'"om Punch.] . , MEMS. . OF A MOTHEB-IN-LAW. " Mem- As soon as the young couple are comfortably-settled , to-write to invite myBelf to come and spend a week with them. " Mem. Td take ray easy ehair and poodle and spring mattrass with me, end all the other household comforts I am used to. " Mem, To sell the rest of my furniture, and give my landlord notice that I shall not require to be .his tenant any Jongor. " Mem. To take an early opportunity of convincing Edwasd that, with an experienced person in tho house, it is quite as cheap to provide for three months as for two. " Mem. To give Jemima, some instruction in the art of household hook-keeping, and to show her how to put down a new bonnet now and then under the unfathomable head of " Sundries." " ¦ , " Mem. To maintain my character for being quite an Invalid, because one is thereby certain of ^receiving such attention. " Mem. T<> bo ordered by my doctor to take hot suppers/ and to get him to pr...

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