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Id=226 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

LEHIGH AND SCHUYLKILL COAL.— DALY, PORTER 4 CO.. COAL DEALERS, No 821 PRIME Streetaboie Eighth, keep constantly on handat tho '«y lowest rates, a full supply of Lehiih and Scliuvlkil! Coal. . . mi-Cm f-JOACU, ENGINE AND HOTEL LAMP ^'or'of E. W U3SILERS No. 43 South EIGHTH below Chestnut street, his become n saving of 60 «-; fV™ *""; SOUTHERN A.SD WESTERN MERCHANTS, and also the convenience of having their old varnage Lamp;, new silver-topped and bottomed, an-t sent by espre.s to all parfa, anl2-ly TAMES KELLY, (Successor to WiHkin •* Curtis) RegaliaBooks, Jen els, EmblemsMasonic and Encampment Charts, &c Odd Fellows' Hall NORTH SIXTH STREETbelow RacePhiladelphia ' Orders from any part of the countrv , oddrt-sed to Jamea Kelly, promptly attended to. ' aul-lm Jr ~ D7* ROGERS'Sl5AiRRTAGE "" RX POSITORY1009 an'! loll CHESTNUT Street, above Tenth, will be opened on or about the 25th inst.. for the Pale of every description of C\RRIAirKS. to which the attention of the public i...

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Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

Cancer 2 Hemorrhage 2 Group 1 Inllam'nof Brain. 3 9 Cong'tlon or Lungs 2 " " Bronchi. 1 " Dralu 6 3 " llowela.. 2 Oholpra Infantuin 09 '< Bladder. 1 OholeraMorhus... 1 " Lunga .. 1 4 Orainp» 1 " 1'erito'm 1 2 Comj'tiun of Lungs 28 & " Uterus.. 1 Convulsions 12 " 3& Bowels 2 Cyanosis 2 Inanition 1 Ooxalgia 1 Manla-a-Potu 1 Diarrhisa 0 Malfornmt'n, Spine 1 Dropsy; 1 1 Marasmus, 2 21 ", AMominal. 1 Measles ¦> " Brain Old Age 7 11 phi'St 2 Palsy 1 Disease of Heart.. 2 Rheumatism 1 " Liver.. 1 Rupture 1 Drowned 1 1 Scrofula 1 Dysentery 6 6 SoreSIouth. ... 1 Debility., 3 10 Stlll-Born 12 Effusion on Brain. 5 Tabes Mesenterica 1 FC\cr, Bilious.... 1 Ulcor'n of Bowels. 1 Fever , Puerperal.. 2 Unknown. 2 U '• Scarlet... 1 Whooping Cough.. 1 " Typhus.. 1 Wound! " • Typhoid.. 2 2 Oout of Heart....! 1 85 199 OP THE ABOVE THKRB WERE—Under 1 year 121 From id to 50 3G From 1 to 2 44 " 50 to 00 12 " 2to 6 Id " 60t(,70 10 11 StolO G " 70to80 7 " 10tol8 2 '• 80tc,00 ...

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Id=137 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

KNIGHT'S COOKING EXTRACTS FOR flavoring Pies, Pudding, Cakes, Jellies, Custards, lee Creams, Blanc Mange , Sauces, Syrups, Soups, Gravies, &c, ice. Comprising Knight's Extract of Lemon. Knight's Extract of Vanilla. Knight's Extract of Rose. Knight's Extract of Orange. Knight's Extract of Peach. Knight's Extractor Almond. Knight's Extract of Strawberry. Knight's Kxtract or Pineapple. Knight's Extractor Raspberry. Knight's Extract of Celery. Knight's Extract of Nectarine. Knight's Extract of Cinnamon. Kninht'K Extract of Nutmeg. Knight's Extract of Ginger. Knkht's Extract of Cloven. Ki.ifht'a Extractor Allspice. Knight's Extractor Mace. Knight's Extract of Apricot. Theee Extracts are made with great care, and are warrant-d to retain all the flavor and strength of the article represented, in a purified and concentrated formconvenient for all culinary purposes. Retaining their ttavor for «ny length or time and in any climateand can be used at all seasons of tho year when tho f...

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA STOCK EXCHANGE SALES, Aug. 1 . 16, 1867. Mtpniid 6» K. Mantei/, Jr., Stock Broker, So. 80# • Walnut Street. : . FIRST BOARD. SBOONPommRes 69J( 100 Beading It • ' 36(,' *300Oity0s nowOsS 100 do U& $2000 TJnlon Canal 6s 60J< 1 Norrisfoi-J R 60X JI000 do 69)J 2PcnnaR Hji $3000 do 60£ 7 do 46g t SOOO do 60)4. 10 HorriB Canal Prcf 93)j $100 PcnnsylvanuSs 84jf 10 do 93X $9000 City R 6s PBCU89X 10 do 93 X »I00OIilmlraR78lBtM«jj i ao 03)i . 19 Reading R 34.S 20 Louisville Bank 313 100 ao b5 34J( lOPhilidaBank 123 H 100 do ' b5wu34V 8 Mechanics'Bunk 28X ¦; : AJTER BOAKP. J100O City 6s. . 89 X 1100 Reading n sown 8nS «6ftSciiuylN*reb5 23X| • • OLOSINa PRICES-STEADY. '¦ ¦ " " t '' '¦' fiU.AAti. BU. fated. WSo'll'68 XUilO— SchylNavPref 23 »23# Phlladite "89 O89V WmVt&ElmR 10»20 !'•> 4o ¦ •' • • JBt 89Ka80 do intoff7's , --.So .Sew. eSnaOSX lstmort.75XO'6« Petm»SslDtoff84XBS5 do do24 m65^«65X Beauioa-it 34Xo36,. Long Island 11#<M1% .i.dp, SoB...

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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

M*. ^eergePe»*«ay» 'Farewell to Dawms. prom the ' Boston Traveller, 'August 14.] " ¦*-' ' YeBterday.was indeed, a.gala-daywith the in-, habitants of South Danvcrs, who held a social yionio, for the-purpose of having a parting interview with George Peabodythe great London American bankerand "their, former fellow-townsman, previous to' his embarkation for England.' A neetUig of tho 'oUijeDs; of " South"Dinvars was held, on Satordiy evening last, forthepwpose^of. devising some Way in which thoy coutd got tho inhabitants generally together, to give a farewell to thoii noble townBmaa.f'r 1 ?.^' Ya ' -i At2i o'elook'Mr.P. was reoeivedat the residence of Mr. Daniels, by the reception oommittee, and escofted to 1 tho grove, being accompanied by tirn nf his sisters and a niece, and also by Mr. Daniels and family.' - ¦ They arrived- at the' nio-nio eroawte at-3 6'elopk', ' where' a largo «sembuge«f oitiieni:(pi6bably»«p«fasd»>*4)p,(«) bad Jrafored, eagerro partlolpate in tW testimo...

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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

GEORGE CHRISTY'S ADVENT.— SPECIAL CARD. .' The public Ib most respectfully notified that the celebrated and unequalled combination, tho GEORGE CHRISTY & WOODS MINSTRELS , whoso entortalnmeuts for many years have been regarded as the , FASHIONABLE AMUSEMENT of Now York, will make their flrst professional departure from that city since their original organization, and appear at the NATIONAL THEATRE, Walnut street, above Eighth, on MONDAY EVXNINO, AUGUST 17, and continue during tho weok in a Eeries of their unequnlled ETHIOPIAN DELINEATIONS; Introducing that finished, original and eminent artist, MR. GEORGE CHRISTY. In his most noted and distinguished roles in COMEDY. FARCE, BURLESQUE AND PANTOMIME. THE BOX BOOK Will open on Saturday morning, August 15th, at 11 o'clock, at the Music Store of MESSRS. LEE & WALKER, No. 722 (late 188) Chestnut street, below Eighth. Special Card.—This engagement Is necessarily limited , as the opening of the new Marble Theatre in Broadway...

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Id=173 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

STATE AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION. —AGRICULTURISTS, STOCK BREEDERS, GARDNERS, POMOLOMSTS, INVENTOBS, MANBIACTUREKSARTISANS !.' AU classes are invited to become exhibitors. THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY will hold its SEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION at Powclton, West Philadelphia, on SEPTEMBER 28th and 30thand OCTOBER 1st and 24 ensuing, for tho display of Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Swine and Poultry, Agricultural Machines and ImplementsDairy, Field and Garden Products, SeedsFruitsKlowers and Vegetablesthe Mechanic Arts, Domestic, Household and other Manufactures, Stoves, Wares aud Inventions. A PLOWING MATCH ! ! In order to promote skill and efficiency in the important work of the Farma Plowing Match will couie off on the fourth day of the Exhibition, to which men and youths aro invited to compete for the premiums. To sollers and buyers of firm stock this Exhibition yi\\\ afford a most favorable market. The different Railroad Companies will carry all Etock ftnd articles to and from...

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Id=215 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

SAMUEL NATHANS, AUCTIONEER, and MONEY LOAN OFFICE, No. 112 Soutu THIRD Streetbelow Walnut, opposite Pear St., onlyeight doors below the Exchange. Hours of business from 7 o 'clock, A. M., nntil 10 o'clock in the evening. Out-door salesand sales at the Auction HottM, " attended npon the most satisfactorv terms. CAPITAL $200,000. Established for the last Thirty Yeart. Advances made from one dollar to thousands on Dis. mondsSilver Plate Watches, Jewelry, HardwareMer chondize, Clothing, Furniture, Bedding, Cigars. Musical Instruments, Guns, Horses, CurUg««, and Qoodj of every description. All goods con remain any length of time agree! upon. All advances, from one hundred dollars and upwards will be charged 2 per cent, per month; 5300 and over, the lowest market rate. This Store House having a depth of 120 feethas lirje fire and thief-proof vaults to etore all valuables, and pnvate watchman for the premisea j also, a heaw insurance effected for the benefit of all persons having goods a...

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Id=212 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

Wolbkbt 4 Scott, Auctioneers. A Of CHESTNUT STREET, OPPOSITE i±OX THE CUSTOM HOUSE, between Fourth and Fifth Streets. CARD.—We invite the attention of purchasers to the positire ssle of the stock of fancy goods to be sold st 834 Cboanut below Ninth street, THIS (Monday) EVEN ING, commencing at 9« o'clock. PEREMPTORY SALE OF THE STOCK OF PISE FANCY GOODS, MINERALS. GLAZIERS' DIAMONDS, ftc , OF W5f. C. McCREA, Esq., AT 834 CHESTNUT STREET. MONDAY NEXT, 17th' instant, commencing at T% o'clock in the.evening, we will sell without reservetbe Stationery end Fancy Goods, consisting of Pocket Books, Pocket Knives, Porte 3fonnaies, Gold Pens, Steel Pens, Letter Paper, Envelopes, Ac, &c. Andin continuation, on WEDNESDAY EVEMXG, commencing at "X o'clock, will be sold JliEeral Specimens for CabinetsGlaziers' Diamonds, ic , the whole forming a large and desirable stock of Fancy Articles, which will be sold without reserve, tndwill be found worthy the particular attention of purchasers....

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Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

BAILEY & CO., CHESTNUT STREET. Manufacturer* of BRITISH STERLING SILVER WAllE, Under their inspection, on the premises exclusively. Citizens and Straugtirs aro invited to vMt our ji.auufactory. WATCHES. Constantly on hand a Hplcndld btockof Superior Gold "Watches, of all the celebrated mukora. DIAMONDS. NecMaccH, Bracelets Brooches, Ear-lUng*, FingerlUuga, and all other articles iu the Diamond Hue. Drawings of NEW BESIONS will " bo made free of chargo for those wishing work made to order. RICH GOLD JEWELRY. A liciutHul assortment of all tho new styles of Fine Jewelry, such n» Mosaic, Stone and Shell Cameo, Peart, Conil, Carbuncle, Marqtiiaite, Lava, &.C., &c. SHEFFIELD CASTOHS, BASKETS, WAITERS, ic. Also, Bronzo and Mnrblo CLOCKS, of newest styles, and of superior quality. nul-tftw&uly

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

.Importations. [Reported for The Press.] RICHMOND—Steamship City of Richmond, Mitchell —176 bxs tobacco 44 ca do Motz & Boehiu; 3S caseB 60 bxs do Bucknor it McCammon: 89 bxs 8 cases do Mercer & Antelo; 47 bxs do Dohan k Tait; 8 nkgs Bundries Jenkins k Ilartshome; 2 bales books J B Lipplncott & Co: 24 bales rags J T Ross; 81 do P II Whitehousoj 12 do Server & Alarker; 187 do waste IT Lodge; 1016 empty carhoys Vowem S: Woghtman: GO do casks Poultneyft Mussey; 6 bales mdse .1 H Cambcll &. Co: 1465 bbls lfour Wellsford &¦ Wilton; 8 bdls ragn Chos Wright; 16 nkga suudrius Parker & Toland; 3000 spokes Wilson x Chllds; 361 pigs lead O J Adams k Co; 9 bales rags Jessup & Moore; 100bags wheat Tustin&Shewell. do empty hhds Boyer &. Barclay; 76 bags pea nuts N Helling*; 141 dp do BUBO Uvans, 49 do do E A Boudcr & Co; 79 empty casks to orfitr " . 1.ETTER. BAGS At the Merchants' Exchange, Philadelphia. S...

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Id=213 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

John Batlis, Auctioneer, NO. 825 ARCH STREET, between THIRD AND FOURTH STREETS. SALES EVERY EVKNINO at 8 o'clock, Of Boots, Shoes, Brogans, Gaiter?, Hardware, Cotlerr, WaUhes, Jewelry, Hosiery, Whips, Trunks, Fancy Goods, Notions, 4c, *c. N. B. Terms of Night Sites, four months credit for approved City acceptancesfor sums of $10s> and over with interest added from date of mle. CARD.—Out-door Sales solicited of Household Paraiture afr dwellings, Stocks of HardwareUnderwriters' Sales of HardwareCutlery4c. Consirnmentt solicited to be gold at the Auction Rooms. Charges moderate. Apply as above. Advances mode on Consignments of Goods. aul 1m NE. CORNER OF ~ BARRON AND • BOOTH STREETS, abOT« Second. • - BVBSING ttiKS. - - 8ALES EVERY SATURDAY EVHfDiG, At 1% p'cloek, at the Auction Store, of Hardware, Cutlcry, Housekeeping Articles, Clothing, Watches, Jewelry. Fancy Articles, &c.

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Id=196 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

Qotels anb Eestanrants CL INTON PLACE HOTEL, BROADWAY, corner of EIGHTH, street. Xew To* THI3 JSLEOAXT MODERN ESTABLISHMENT 5« now open for th& reception of guests, in the European style. SINGLE ROOMS from 60 cents to $1 per dar. -SETTS . of ROOMS for Family? from ?1 50 to $10 per diy. The MEALS served at all houxby the CARD, at moderate t&tea C. J. MACLELI.A.V (" long and ftrasoly known vtthe patrons of Jones' and the United States Hotel, Philadelphia,") is associated in the management, and has especial charge of the Caterwg Department. Every attention b.aa beeu paid to make the organization perfect, and our friends * patronsand the travelling public in general, may rest assurred that no effort shall bo, wanting to make the CLINTON worthy tbe favor wtich we hereby respectfully solicit. au5-lm* WINlNT & CO.

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Id=174 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

SALAMANDER SAFES A large assortment of KVAS8 & WATSONS PHILADELPHIA MANUFACTURED SALAMANDER SAFES, VAULT DOORS, For Banks and Stores. BASK LOCKS, ISqual to any now in use. IRON DOORS, SHUTTERS4c., Oa as good terms as any other establishment in the United States, by " EVAliS & fcATSON' No. 28 South FOURTH street, Philadelphia. PI.EASK (HVE ITS A CAI.T. aulS.tf

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

W.3. JIoMnllen ;was arrijawq. oa. tno 9th iiist,, at'ThSbes, Alexandria county, III., on the charge of murdering, in cold blood, Hiram UcClain, anelihborof his. Xhedeed.waecommitted in May last, In Jefferson county, Mo. The prisoner-was tent to MiasonrHor trial. ' ' • ¦ > • The W- asbington Stalls says that.people run great risks in eating crabs at this ' eeason of the year^

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Id=225 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

CHUYLKILL AND LEHIGH COAL K? I am daily receiving, at my yard, the best quality- of SCUUTLUILL AND LEHIGH COAL My customers , and ail others who may favor me with their ordersmay rely on getting Coal that will be satisfactory to them. IT7* No inferior Coal kept at this establishment to offer at LOW PRICES. ALEXANDER COHYERY aul-tf N. E. comer of Broad and Cherry Sts

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Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

QTanM&atea for ©ffite FOR CORONER—Col. THOMAS NADLTT, oftho Fifth Ward. Subject to Democratic rules. aul7-lt

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

ittarine Intelligence. P6RT OF PHILADELPHIA, Auirn.t IT, 185»

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Id=276 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

¦OESOLUTIOir PROPOSING AMEND JbV-ltBNT8 TO TEH CONSriTUION OF T_BJB_COM Jlttolvvtiy tAe 6iwtiai-aif4.-JBb.vflt-.tf fajnt**i» tivei of {As Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in. General Assembly met: That the following amendments are proposed W the Constitution of tae QomnnvmlthIn accordance »'& the provisions of the tenth article thereof. FIRST AUIHDMasr. There shall b* aa *ddltloa*l article to Mid Constitution to be designated u articU eleven, as followa :— AftTIOLaxl. Of PDBLIO DEBTS, Sbctiox 1. The State may contract deMi, to ropplr casual deficit or failures In revenues, or to meet eijwndcb not otherwise provided for; bat the aggregate amount of such Hems direct and contingent, whether contracted by virtue of one or more acts of the general asaembly, or at different periods of time.shall never exceed seven hundred and nfty thonaawJ dollars, and the money arising from the creation of such debt*, shall be applied to the purpose for which it was obtained, or to repay the;...

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Id=238 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

[From Honseholi.WordJi.J A VISION OF A STUDIOUS MAN. Long ago—how many years since I do not like to think of, but it was -when I was ay ouug man aridjust beginning the world—I took delight in lielng a book-fancier: sota bibliomaniac,'as the profane have it, but an ardent, eager bibliophilist, gathering together volumes from tbe ends of the earth. The famous collection at Donninghurst attests pretty well the extent . of my" labors in this vineyard. Arrayed tri snowy vellum raiment, or in' old tooled calf, ofbetter still, in ancient French morocco, they line these shelves of mine in the oak-room, and are still the admiration—perhaps the envy —of the curions. ,;Now that the fit has, passed Jroin"mo, 'I-lookon them as so many memorials of an old folly, and find myself 1 gazing at them curiously, as a lover might do af. .the faded ^srliings of an unworthy i nustresB. . "How I came to forswear this seductive pursuit and fleo forever from the temples of Christie, ami Sothebv. and stich...

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