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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

. QTanMbaUs for Office. . R ~*^corMr™^a ? ™ dee^s^alSert ~ d. BOILEAU, Sixteenth Ward. Subject' to DemocraHc Bales. |__ tujjl8-dt»ep8« Ft Oi C O R ONE B-Coi. THOMAS NAOT.Tr, of thi Fifth Ward. Subject to Democratic rules. ; ' . aul7-lt FOR PROTHONOTART OF THE DISTRICT CODBTj WM.M. BBIUiY, of First Ward Subject to Demosratlo Balea. an!7Hlt.e8» "CiOR ASSBMBLT-JOHN H. BSADf , JL Eighth War 1—Seventh legislative DiBtrict. Snb-Ject to TJemocratie rules. . aulS-tKp8* PROTHONOTART OF THE DISTRICT COURT 1 .—WM. LOTJOHLIN, Second Ward.- Sub-Ject to Democratic rules. aul6-8ep7« Ij^OR ASSEMBLY—EDWIN SMITH, NINTH DISTRICT, TWKI.STH WARD. Subject to Democratic Rules. au!4* fJ IOR ASSEMBLY—Second District, PERJL RAN J. COOK, SecondWurii. Subject to Democratic Rules. aul2.tfj* C1L ERK OF QUARTER SESSIONS—) JOSEPH CROCKETT, Sixteenth Ward. Subject to Democratic Rules. - au 12-4w* TjiOR ASSEMBLY-JOSEPH J. KEEFE. Ji —Second Legislative DistrictSecond Ward. Subject to the decision of the Democrati...

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Id=131 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

BAILEY & CO., CHESTNUT STREET. Manufacturer;! of BRITISH STERLING- SILVER WARE, Under their inspection, oa the premises exclusively. CiUietw aud Strangers are invited to visit our manufactory. WATCHES. Constantly on htuid a splendid stock of Superior Gold Watches, of all tha celebrated makers. DIAMONDS. Necklaces, Bracelets, Brooches, Ear-llinpj, Finger-KiiigH, and aU other articles in the Diamond lice. Drawings of NEW DESIGNS will be made free or charge for those wishing work mado to order. RICH GOLD JETFELRT. A beautiful assortment of all the new styles of Fine Jewelry, such bj Mosaic, Stone and Shell Gamco, Vearl, Coral, Carbuncle, Marqulsite, LaTa, &c., ko. SHEFFIELD OASIO11S, BASKETS, WAITERS, &c. Also, Bronze and Marble CLOCKS, or newest styles, and of sUDerior quality. aul-dtf&wly .flOAST PILOT.—IN PRESS AND WILL K-> SOON BE PUBLISHED, tbe following standard Books, viz: Blunt's Coast Pilot, 18th edition; Bovr. ditch's Navigator, 27th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

GEooJ. HAZELTON^^LND^PRfficr^OUNTAINLehigh, Hickory and Locust Mountain Schuylkill Coal for sale at KXOWLES' Depot NISTH and WILLOW Streets. ault-Im COAL ! COAL! COAL!—TAGGART* CELEBRATED SPBISG MOUNTAIN LEHIGH COAL. J. k B. CAHTEB'SGREENWOOD. TAMAQCA COAL GEORGE W. SNYDEB'3 PINE FOREST 30HUTLKII.L COAL. RANDALL & MEREDITH Have for sale, and are constantly receiving from the. above celebrated Collieries, COAL OF ALL SIZES. There Is no Coal mined anywhere, equal In quality to these, and a trial will convince aay one of their grest superiority. Our Coal is very carefully screened at oar ysrd3, and we will warrant it perfectly free from slate, dost and all Impurities. Our PRICES areas LOW as the VBRY LOWEsft. Orders left at onr Office, No. 151 SOUTH FRONT street, above Walnut. Orders left at OUT Yard, CAILOWHILL stnet below BBOAD street. ' Orders left at oar Wharf, WATEB street, above CAL. LOWHILL—orjeut to either place per Desnikh Post, wlU receive pr<hpt attention. P...

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

List ef Arrivals at the Principal Hotels. OIRABD HOUSE—Chestnut stree t, below Ninth. WO France*; la, Bait W A West King, D 0 Jas O Smith, do Wm It Klbbey, N Y Kdw Williams; do RobtBrueited, Toxas John E Hurst, do J M Major Kansas Thos U CarsonAla MIbb Oarson, Ala WFEastin,HturUvillo,Ala SHaion, Mls« JasMRoyor, Mo R Inlay, NY Jos F Safson Mo MllesOwen,Memphls,Tenn TJHosea&la, Teno Mary Oven, do ThosWlnansdo Martha Oven, do Wm B.u»n, Jib. John Floyd, Pittjb'g JaaFlaxon, V» JO Wilson, do, B TFoster , Petersburg,Va Miss Foster, Peter burg C Cannlngton, Richmond John Cahlll, Olndunatl Ml»s Cannington ,, do t Ripley, New York A McCollom, La o Brftton k ly, 0h« co S II Lamborn k If. Wash- Danl Hunter, Reading Ington Jos Oiuthlng, Bait Mrs Gobrtelit , Washington W E Gushing, do MIm L (lobrlght, do W Jl perry S O R W Memmlnger, SO OQ Memminger, 8 O O W Memminger, jr, S 0 O A Perdlcar, N York 3 msn*?^ 1""8 E J°rM Smlthera, WIIBobt NleholN York tonDel Jos Frye, Bait E a Merritt, N O...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

Bower's Infant Cordial.—This Invaluable Cosdial is prepared from a variety of the most choice and efficient aromatlcs known In medicine, and is the most perfect and reliable carminative extant for infants and young children. By Its powerful Influence s speed; cure is effected in ' all cafles of CaqKc., irlady pains bnd Bpantn*. Relieves .and mitigates much of children's suffering during dentition, or teething, and by lta soothing properties tranqullhoj palm of the towels, looseness, vomiting-, tc. The Infant Cordial has become a standard remedy, r and baa been used In thousands of cases with the most abundant lucteas. So family should be without It. Prepared-only by Hjibbv A.'Bowis, At his Drug and Chomttal Store, o 11. B.o ' oH», torBith«ndGreen sts.^Pblladelphia. ¦T o wnirtHEttimlmmurtagaiMrtumi . ¦ Ana-«rr sale fay Druggists generally. au 13-ly Seamen's Savins Fund —Office 303 Walnut street, one door west of second strut. Receives deposits in sums of One Dollar .and upwards, ...

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Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

toiius anb £iqnors. 4 LEXANDER T. HOLMES, WINE AND -T5L LIQUOB STORENo. 2i6, Sontheast Corner of GEORGE aad SOUTH Streets. . aul-ly WILLIAM F. P1TFIELD,—IMPORTER of BBANDIES, WINES, &c, ke., No. 323 CHESTNUT Streetf PnUadelphia. anl-lm CI. LEWIS, IMPORTER AND DEALER • IN VINE WINKS, LIQrjORS , CIGARSJc«., 26 Boutb FIFTH Street, Philadelphia. anl-ly RANDIES.—Pinet, Castillon & Co., mT rett k Oo., and other brands of Cognacs of variooa vintages, in half pipes and quarter casks : Fellevoiain Rochelle Brandies, pale and dark, In half pipes, quarter casks and one-eighth casfcs, all In Custom House ftores, imported and for (ale by HBKB.T BOHLEK k CO., au6 Noa. 221 and 223 Sonth Fourth .treat. rklTHMAR & BUTZ, PORTER, ALE SJ AND LAOEB. BEEE' BREWERY, No. 530 (nei No. 938) North THIRD Street, Philadelphia..—Shipping orders promptly attended to. anl-tf Sobatco and <Eiaars. AVANA CIGAHS-A hanSorle assortl rnent, such M Figaro, Partsgas, Cabana;, - Sultina, G...

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

iflarine intelligence. PORT OF PHILADELPHIA, August 18, IBS?. SUN RISES..; 6 16-8UNBET8 6 46 HIGH WATER .' 1 14 ARRIVED. Barque Joseph Malwell, Davisfrom Puerto Cabello. Aug 2,with coffeehides, &e. to Dallett Bros. Sailed In company with sohr A B Terry, Wrightfor New York, left brig St Murrs , Johnson, lor Maracaibo, soon. Spoke, no date given, lat S3 38long 73 36, brig Kate Heath Irom New York for Cardenu , ]Bd»)B out—wished to be reported. Barque Anna, (Norw) Kaldahl, from Rochelle, via N York, 46 days, wlih liquors to Henry Bohlen k Co, Barquo SaragossaDaw, 4 days from New York, In ballast to Bishop, Simons k Co. Barque Thomas AUIbone, Thompson, 4 days fromNew York, in ballast to P«ttltMartlo£ Co. Brig Eastern State, Gamegefrom Havana, 8d Inst. with sugarsugars, 4c. to H Penot k Co. Brig Billow, Brown, 6 days from Salem, Masa. In ballast to captain. < . Brig Lyra, Haskell.from Boston. Brig Koloa, Bteel, from New York. Brig Gen BoydOilpatrick, 3 days from New Yo...

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Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

QottlB <m Bcelattrant0 CLINTOK PLACE HOTEL;-BROADB^&SSK'SSg 1 A1£« now open fcrthe reception or guests, in th» Baroptao "llNGLE BOOMS inmMcOTta to »1 per oar.- SlOTS of BOOMS lor Familiesfrom fl 60 to jfo n«• day. »» MEALS served atallhouraby theCABD, at moderate I * 0 K J.MAOLSLi.AN/ «long and ftvorably inown *» the patron» of Jonas' and the United States Hotol, Philadelphia,") la asaodated la the managementaad haa especial charg* of tt« Catering Department. Sreir attention haa been paid to make the organisation perfect, and oW We»4s, patrona, and tk» t»«^«. !«' b £ in general, may rest assurred that no erort ahallbj wantingto make the CLINTON worthy the favor «Mch '"' .nia" 8 ' ^ 117 ' 0 " 0 "- WXHAST4CO. SC OTT HOUSE—Corner of Irwin Street and Doquesne Way, Pittsburgh B. D. MARKEB, Proprietor. aul3-3m OUIS B. COFFIN,— THIRD WABD HOTEL, (BEMOCBATIO HSA» UDABTSRS,) ' South-east corner FIFTH and QTJBEN Streets, aul-lm PhUadelphia. ILLIAM ^T. KING, —SOUTHERN • ...

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

Spctial Notices. T^^MToitiMr^u^rTTiinT' iiso^^ meeting of the CarriersOlerkB, and others employed in the Philadelphia Post Office, convened for the purpose of making a suitable expression of their feelings. on the occasion of the demise of SAMUEL COOK, (late a carrier! On motion, Mr. O.G. WE3T0OTT was called to the Chair, and Mr. OEOROE SIBUEIlwaB appointed Se ' crotary. On motion of Major Hirah B. Yeaokr, tho following preamble and resolutions were unanimously adopted: Whereas, It has pleased an sll-wiBe Provldonce to summon from our midst our late fello\?-laborer, SAM'L. COOK, and we doom it proper, not only from his long and faithful connection with tho Philadelphia 1'iut Office, but also from a due appreciation of his personal worth and high character, to testify our feelings of regret in losing one who was endeared to us by so many nes. both of duties and friendship. Therefore, Resolved, That we Bincerely sympathize irith Mb bereaved family in the affliction which has Mien ...

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Id=130 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

T£ NIGHT'S COOKING EXTRACTS FOK J.V. Savoring Pies, Pudding, Cakes, Jellies. Custards, Ice Creams, Blanc Mange, Sauces, Syrupa, Soups, Gravies , kc, ke. Comprising Knight's Extract of Lemon. Knight's Extract of Vanilla. Knlght'B Extract of Rose. Knight's Extract of Orange. Kulght't Extract of Poach. Knight's Extract of Almond. Knight's Extract of Strawberry. Knlght'B Extract of Pineapple. Knight'a Extract of Ratpberry. Knight's Extract of Celery. Knight'a Extract of Nectarine. Knight's Extract of Cinnamon. Knight's Extract of Nutmeg. Knight'a Extract or Ginger. Knight'a Extract of Clovea. Knlghfa Extract of Allspice. Knight's Extract of Mace. Knight's Extract of Apricotj These Extracts are made with great care, and are warranted to retain all tho flavor and strength of the article represented , in a purified and concentrated form ; conveuicnt rOr all culinary purposes. Retaining their lavor for any length of time and iu any. climateand can be used at all sesaona of the year when t...

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Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

inistellantottg. CTATE AGRICULTURAL EXHIBiTION. K5 —AGRICULTURISTS, STOCK BREEDERS, GARDNEBS, POMOLOGI8TS, INVENTORS, MANUFACTURERSARTISANS! i All classes are invited to become exhibitors. inE PENNSYLVANIA STATE AGBIOULTOBAL SOCIETY will hold its SEVENTH ANNUAL EXI1I. BITION at Powolton, West Philadelphia, on SEPTEMBER 29th and 80thand OCTOBER 1st aud M ensuing, for the display of Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Swine and Poultry, Agricultural MachtneB and ItnnldmentaDairy, Field and Garden Products, Seeds, FruitsFlowers and Vegetablesthe Mechanic Arts, Domestic, Household and other Manufactures, Stoves, Wares and Inventions. A PLOWING MATCH!! In order to promote skill and efficiency In the Important work of the Farma 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 aud buyers of farm stock this Exhibition will afford a most favorable market. The different Railroad Companies will carry all stock and...

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Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA MARKETS. PfiiLJLCBLrnii , Aug. 17—Evening, The market for Oottou is unchanged, but quiet to-day at previous quoted prices. In Breadstuff's there 1b very little doing, and tbe sales of lftour are confined to the wants of the home trade, at from $6.50 to $7.60 for some old stock and frenh ground fluperftae—the latter for better brands, and $7.75<>8.75 and $9 V Mil., aj to brand, including fancy lota at our highest figures. Shipping VIour Is offered at $7.25 for fresh ground parcels mado from new Wheat, but tbe demand ies exceedingly small. Bye Flour is rather lovror, and a Bale of 200 bbls. was made at {3.37X V bbl. Corn meal is unchanged; sales at $1V 1)W. for Fenna. Meal. "Wheats are plenty and dull to-day, the bulk of the offerings being of poor quality and damp, and very unsaleable. Sales 2,000 bus. only found buyers at 163c. for prime red, and 160al70c. far white, with a very choke lot at 180c. Corn is dull, with further Bales of 2,500 bus. good yello...

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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

HOWARD FIRE AND MARINE Insurance COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA. FRANKLIN BUILDINGS, No. 94 WALNUT STREET. AUTHORIZED CAPITAL, $600,000. (ruLI. AMOUNT gUBSOMBKP.) Invested aa follows: First Bonds and MortKagcs on Property In the City of Philadelphia $135,000 Stocta worth par... 222,100 Cash onhand ' 61,190 Amount secured by Stock notes 190,000 Amount of Stock due on call 1,710 $000,000 This Company effects Insurances on Buildings, Merchandise, Purolturo, Lumber, &c; ou Vessels, Cargo, and Freightto all portsand tiy Railroad, Lakesand Rivers, at the lowest rates, aud upon the most liberal terms, guarantyingPrompt Payment on the adjustment of louses. fT7*Pernetual Insurance made upon the usual terms. DIRECTORS. P. M. Potts, Wm. F. Le«b, O. K. Spangier, B. T. KenslI, Abrtn. RexH. II. Houston, Wm. H. Woods, Jon. R. Withers, George Howril, Abt'ra. P. Eyre, J.EdgarThomson, W. Ralguel, C. G. Sower, Charles F. Norton, John W. Sexton, John U. Lewars, Herman Haupt, James E. 8tiles,J Nathan...

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Id=205 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

Sake iig Suction. WouiaT k Scon, Auctioneers.. /IQl CHESTNUT STREET, OPPOSITE "4OA THE " CUSTOM HOUSE, between Fourth and Fifth Street!. CARD.—We invite the attention of purchasers to th* positive sale of the stock of fancy goods to be sold at 834 Chwnut below Ninth street, THIS (Monday) EVEN ING, commencing at Qii o'clock. PEREMPTORY SALE OF THE 3TOCK OF FINE FANCY GOODS, MINERALSGLAZIERS' DIAMONDS. &c, OF WM. C. SteCBEA, £s«., AT SU CHESTNUT STREET. MONDAY NEXT, 17th instant, commencing at 7X o'clock in tbe evening, we will sell withont reservetha Stationery and Fancy Goodseonsiiting of Socket Books, Pocket Knives, Porte Monnaies, Gold Pens, Steel Peas, Letter Paper, Envelopes, &c, Ac. And in continuationon WEDNESDAY JSVBA1NG, commencing at ly, o'clockwill be sold Mineral Sped mens for CablnetaGlaziers' Diamonds, kc. ' , the wnols forming a large and desirable stock of Fancy Articles, which will be sold without reserve, ' and will' be found worthy the particular ...

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Id=208 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

CJAMUEL NATHANS, AUCTIONEER, »3 and MONEY LOAN OFFICE , No. 112 South THIRD' Street, below Walnnt, opposite Sear St., only eight doors below the Exchange. Hours of business from 1 o'clock, A. M., until 10 o'clock in the evening. Out-door sales, and sales at the Auction House, attended apon the most satisfactory terms. CAPITAL $SO.00O. Established/or tht last Thirty Tears. Adranoes made from one dollar to thousands on Dla mondsSilver Plate, Watches, Jewelry, HardwareM«r chandlieClothing, furniture, Bedding, Cigars. Musical Instruments, Guns, Horses, Carriages, and Goods of ererr description. AU goods can remain any length of time agreed apon. AU advances, from one hundred dollars and upwards will be charged 3 per cent, per month; $500 and over, the lowest market rate. This Store House having a depth of 120 feethas large 8» and thief-proof vaults to stord all valuables, and private watchmen for the premises; also, a heavy insurance effected for the benefit of all persons having good...

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

LUMBER AND COAL.—MONTGOMERY k NEALL having connected tho Coal with the Lumber business, Inform their friends that they have made contracts for a supply of the best qualities ol lehlgh and SchuylkM Coal, and are now ready to receive orders, Twelfth and Prime streets. Orders m«y be left with Mr. 8. KILPATRICK.No. 13 S. FIFTH street, or -with Mr- WM. D. NBALL, corner PINE and WATER stroeta, adJ8-3m CONSIGNEES' NOTICE—Consignees for Nbrweglan Barque ANNA. Klldabl, master, from L* fiochelle,wlll pleaseEeaduelrpermlbi on board, orto the Counting Bouse of the subscriber!; al all goods not ^"^^^'•iA^niwtco?''- auglg-dSt. 221 and 223 South 4th street. , nkUTI$N^AI.LTFERSONS ARE OAUXJl T10NBD Wsins* trastlni any of th,e OREW of the Nonrecltn Strqw "ANNA" KMsfcl master, from La Rochelle, as on debts of their contractlnj will be paid by Captain or Consignees. HINRY BOHLEND, »,ul£.l)t'' ' ,.'• ' 221 andM3?0!ith Fourth st. ¦m/fBS. M. A. BURKE, ' : JTl 802 QHSSTNUT STREET, Informs SOUTHERN Ui ...

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Id=206 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

Jon BiTUS, Auctioneer, NO. 325 ARCH STREET, between THIRD AND FOURTH 8TBTCT8. SALES EVEBY EVENING at 8 o'clock, Of Boots , Shoes, Brogans, Gaiters, Hardware, Cntlsry, Watahwu Jewelry, Hosiery, Whips, Trunks, Fsacy Goods , Notions, kckc. N. B. Terms of Night Sales, four months credit for approved City acceptancesfor sums of $100 a,^} over with interest added from date of sale. CARD.—Out-door Sales solicited of Household Furniture at dwellings, Stocks of Hardware, Unienrate»> SalK of HardwareCutlery, &c. Ocnalgunmts. soli cited to-be sold at the Auction Rooms. Charges moderate. Apply as above. Advances made on Consteameata QfQocda. ' salln, NE. CORNER OF BARRON AND • SOUTH STREETS, above Bemad. evbnLnq sales, sales every satubday evening At IXo'clocv, at the AueUoi Storeof HardwareCnt-UTf, Hb' usekeeprng ArUeBa, Olotiusif, Watehe»j Jewel ry. Fancy Articles, &c.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

iftarriagcB. On the 15th inst., by the Bov. Samuel Dnrborrow, Mr. ABRAHAM GOUS WOODLAND to Miss ELIZABETHQUIO. On Thursday, 13th Inst., by Rev. Newton Heston, Mr. JOHN 0. KELLYof West Creels, N. J., to Miss KATE ELLA WILEY, of this city. IDcatljs. On the 14th Inst., Mrs. CATHARINE BOCKICS, wife of John M. Bockius, In the 74th year of his age. The relatives and friends of the family are respoctfnlly invited to attond tho funeral, from her late resldeucelower eud Germantowu, on tills (Tuesday) afternoon, at 2 o'clock. Ou the 15th inltant, JOSEPH B. RAPP, aged 68 years. On the 13th Inst., Miss MARGARET BEARD, aged 43 yoara.

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Id=209 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

Sutonicps at hm. TVANIEL DOUGHERTY, ATTORNEY M-r AT LAW, Sonthesst Corner of EIGHTH and LOO'JST Streets, Philadelphia. aul-ly YER STROUSE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CENTRE street, PottSTille, Pa. au«-ly JOHN BINNS, UNITED STATES COMMISSIONKB AND COMMISSIONER OF DEEDS AND THE PROBATE OF ACCOUNTS for several States and Territories. He is. by Uw, authorised to administer Oaths aad Affirmations to be received in aQ the Courts in Pennsylvania. JOHN BINNS may be found in his oEce, No. 115 South SIXTH Street, opposite theCounly Court House, from 8 A. M. to 6 P. M. anl-lm

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

SHELLEY'S POEMS, BLUE AND GOLD. Just published, the POETICAL WORKS OF PER-0Y BYSSHE SHELLEY, edited by Mrs. Shelley, with a Memoir by James Russel Lowellsand a Portrait. Pocket Edition, complete In 2 Vols., bound In bluo and gold, $1.50. Also recently issued In the same style, THE POETICAL WORKBOF THOMAS CAMPBELL. Onevol.75cts The roost complete edition of OaMfbbll ever published. It contains sixty-seven poems not in the bost English editions. THE POETICAL WORKS OP THOMAS HOOD. Two VOls., $1 60. Thla in tho fullest collection ever made of Food's Pobus. Itcontalns several poems that are in no other collected edition. LITTLE, BROWN, & CO. aul8-2t.eod 112 Washington St., Boston.

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