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Id=226 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857
©as fi. ttntes. TbCHEB, WAKNERiMISKET U CO., £%. Moaufacturere of G ASALIEB8, BRACKETS,MSDAKTS,IITTIKGS,aadaU kinds ot OAS aad LAMP WOBK, GIRANDOLES, 4c, No. S29 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia. ARCHER, WARXER 4 CO, Ko. S!« BROADWAY, New York. Baililari Sited witb Ge* Pipes, aad all kinds of altering and repalrmt of Go* Work. oul-lm* SUtonttTjs at £am. "TVANIEL DOUGHERTY, ATTORNET i-f AT LAW, Southeast Comer of EIOHIH aad LOC JET Street!, Philadelphia. aal-ly TER STROUSE, ATTORNET AT LAW, CENTRE street, Pottsville. Pa. ont-ir JOHN BINNS, UNITED STATES COMMISSIONSRAND COMMI83I0SIB OF DBED8, AND THB PROBATB O» ACOOCNT8 for several States and Territories. He Is , by law, authorised to administer Oaths and Aamut!oc» to be received in all the Courts la Pennsylvania. JOHN BINNS may in found la his officeNo. US South SIXTH Street, opposite the Couaty Coart Home, from I A. U. to e P. M. .=,1.1™
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857
ST. LOUIS MARKETS. ST. Louis, Ana. 16.—Tomooo.—The offerings to-day were of poorer quality than usual, prices remaining at previous quotations for better. Sales at State Warehouse3 bhds: 1 or medium cigar, $11 05; 1 do ship-Slng.9 19; soft do, 8 65. At tbe Planter's, 5 hhdslugs, 767 00, 7 45,7 608 45: 1 medium shipping, 9 66; 1 do, 10 95; 1 beary do, 12 15; 1 do, 12 90; 1 do, 13 50 *¦ 100 lbs... H&HP.—The market continues fairly active at steady rates. Sales ot 11 bales at (118; 15 do $122; 79 do $126, $t3 o prif ate: 72 do $130; 28 do 132; aud 18 do strings $65 V fen. . Liin.-Stloof200p!gaaaUna62Xc; lOOdoOXc; 116 do Missouridelivered below , 6Ue. Fiona—Sales confined to city dealers ebleSy. 100 nks $2.76; 70 bbls scratched 5.60; 100 do extra 6.75; 60 do 7.0OV bbl. Wbyat—Too little diy coming in for mttlen' supplies, and pricos a shade better to-day. Sales of 100 sks poor 76c«fi.00: ^W sks poor white 1.07; 132 spring and fall 1.08: 70 fill 1.10: 179 club 1.12K; 68 red 1.14...
Id=134 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857
BAILEY & CO., CHESTNUT STREET. Manufacturers of BRITISH STERLING SILVER WARE, Under their iaspectlon, oa the premises exclusively. Citlzeas aad Strangers are Invited to visit our manufactory. ¦WATCHES. Constantly oa baud a splendid stock of Superior Gold Watchos, of all the celebrated makers. DIAMONDS. Necklaces, Bracelets, Brooches, Ear-Bings, Finger-Biogs, and all other articles In the Diamond line. Drawings of NEW DESIGNS will be made free of charge for those wishing work made to order. HIOH GOLD JEWELRY. A beautiful assortment of all the new styles or fine Jewelry, suck as Mosaic, Stone and Shell Cameo, PesrJ, Coral, Carbuncle, Morqulalte, Lava, &c, &c. SHEFFIELD CASTORS, BASKETS, WAITERS, 4c. Also, Bronze aad Marble CLOCKS, of newest styles, aad of superior quality. aul-d tw&wlv
Id=222 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857
Wounr 4 -Soon, Auecowen. A*rt CHESTNUT STREETOPPOSITE flOX THE CUSTOM HOCSS, betweca Towtk sad Fifth StrMtl. CARD—We invite tbe partieoidr attsation. of SBrchosers to the general assortment of choice Smbroldcriea, Brocha long shawls, Stella bordered snare d*. ALSO—Ladies Preach Corsets, Hooped akirtatc Also, a itoctof miUIaary goods, eonoUtracof HoiUiaci, Edjlagi Laces, Blcads. Nets, Silk Illaaioa Crjpse, BindsVeils, Caps, dollars, Corfiurea, chamlxettn, Stomachers, Crape Trimmings, Mchalr Caps, Braids, Basques, Habits, Bmbrolrdered Shirts, Shirt-triots, *c DOLL HEADS. ALSO—Two cases DoU HeadssaiUble fw Milliaen use, the whole emoracisf about 500 lot*ar* avw arranged for examination, with cataloguesssd will be permptorily sold thia day, eomnicaetBt at lo o'dcok precisely. Also oaa superior Sewiag Macaiae. SAW AT 834 CHESTXUT STREET. This evealag at 834 Chestnut street, eomxaeceisx at 7X o'clockwill he so!d Glader's Diooonds, Mlaerala, Saelvlag, Couatere. Gold Pens, ke. NOTICB.-Our...
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857
THE MONEY MARKET , ' . ... .-, i P»i«»M.rau , August 18,1867. , At the Stock Board to-day there -wo* mor(, buglnesg transacted; akd prices' exhibited a healthier feeling on the part of dealers than for several days past. Ihf Oamden'and AmboyBallroad stock is recovering from iti dtiresslcn, 105 being asked for it to-day, aul 103 tid. Penasylvaula Railroad was In demand at 40j(. Beading Railroad rose from Siji to 35. ; We gave a summary * of ,tne New. Tork weekly bank statement iii the letter of onr New York comspondent ot yMteiday. It will be Men therefrom that the flguren compare witk tiie previous week as follows: < - ,. . .,, Aog.S. - " ,. Aagjie. Ioans..:.. ' .»!«,«7,»2 $lia,l«J,472 Bee. S8M,780 Specie: U , 78t ,36T U^90,«45 Dec. K!«t*2 Olreilatioo.: ' 8,981,780 8,780 012 Sec. 201,728 ¦» SKn^ - - . -.. ' >«M»i*>T yw/tjis-a .Dec. 2,080 089 Tie relative morement stanis thiu: : ¦ "• ¦¦ ' '; .« ¦"' , ATOMS, 1867. Aug. 16,1856. Capital..;. ' ...-...... V5,48...
Id=223 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857
Jou Batus, Ancuoseer, NO. 825 ARCH STREET, between THIRD AND FOURTH STRK1TS. SALES EVERY BYJUUNG at S o'doek. Of Boots, Shoes, BrwaaiSsiten, HardwareCutlery. WaUhesJewelry, Hoaltrr, Whips, Trunks, Fancy Goods, Notioas, 4c4e. N.B. Terms of Sight Salts, four months credit fcr approved City aeceptaaeesfcr sums of $100- aad over with interest added from data of Bale. CARD.—Outdoor Sales solicited of Household laraiture at dwellings, Stocks of Hardware, Underwriters' Soles of HardwareOatlery, ke. Couizameati solicited to b< sold at the Aactica Rooms. Charge! moderate. Apply,as above. Advaacea made oa CoaslgBmeats of Pood*. aallaa - E. CORNER OF BARBON AND e SOUTH STREETS, above Second. EVENING SALES. BALKS EVERY SATURDAY BTBNINff, " ¦ At IX o'clock, at tbe Auction Stare, *t Hart».re, C«fc lery, l!ous»k~pnj Article* , Clotimj, Watckes, Jewelry. Faacy Article*, ke.
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857
fjoUls ana tufitonronla. n LINT ON PLACE HOTELBROAD- , \J WAY, corner of MGHTH, street.Nsw.Yoik. THIS ELEGANT MODERN ESTABLISHXSST Is bow opea for tae reception of guests, ia taeEuxogeaa 8INQLS BOOMS from Merat» to fljw Say. SDIT3 or ROOMS for familiesfrom fl 40 to $10 par day. The MEALS served at all konri by the CARD, at moderate rates. C. J. MACLEUAN (<• lone; aad favorably knows to the satni* <sf Joan' ana the TJoiwd States, Estaa. PblladelpnlsV} ia assoeiated ia the maaag«a«at | an4 bas especial charge of the Catering Department. Bvary atteatioa has beea paid to make tbe organlsatlos perfect, aad our friends, patronsand the trxr«Uing public iageaeial, may rest axsarnd tbat no effort aaVUb wanting to make the CLINTON worthy the bTW Walsh we hereby respectfully solicit. «u5-lm* WINANT t OO.
Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857
ALAMANDER SAFES A large assortment of EVANS k WATSON'S PHILADELPHIA M AN U FACTV BE D SALAMANDER SAFES, VAULT DOORS, For Banks and Stores. BANK LOCKS, Equal to any now in use. IBON D00R3, SHUTTERS4c Oa as good terms as any other establishmeat In the United States, by EVANS t WAT80N No. 26 South FOURTH street, Philadelphia. PLEASE GIVE US A CALL. aul3-tr
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857
Smvottatione [Reported for The Press.] SlOBrLE—Brig Edwin H fitter, Tarple—M bales cotton Martin & McAllister; 60 do do Pettit, Martin & Co; 186 empty casks Foultney & Hassey; 169 So to order. SATANNAR—steamship Keystone State, Marahman —122 bales cotton Canon & Ntwbotd; 800 do AHlboua k Jenks; 164 do B Patterson & Co; 20 casks rice Cochran tc Bussell; 918 sacks Wheat Budd k. Oomley; 1592 s»cka wheat order; 17 bales waste 7$nsup k Moore; 50 bales domestics B Cralghton Q Co; 64 do Hay & McDovHt ; 10 do Brown, HU1 k Co; 102 pigs mdse B B Palraer, i P MorriB i Co, Brown/Hill t Co, J B Wpntacott & Oo, J 8 Dickinson, Wood, Bacon & Co, Stela }vos. Johnson 3c Co, Adams' Express, Budd & Oomley, anil others.
Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857
PASSENGERS ARRIVED... £er steamer Keystone Slate, from Savannah—C A Drainerlady and child; H U Williams, W H OlcottIt R HUie.i. E Hubbut, Dr. Willis and son, J t Csnn and lady, T M Turner, W 0 Price, Miss Eliza Palmer. Clarence Consent, Judge Chaa Henry and Udy, H E Cucss, lady and child. UKann > R H Hutchlnga and 6 servants, HrsHeSsteraud child, 1 Gaoa lady and infant, B Wittfelder, B Nye, Hiss Eate Harper, 1C Thompson, A Langbrick. Miss B Obene, HrsHuitoa and friend, J S Hatton, WmElng.Jr and lady, Mrs Oamak,HIss CamakjBH Goodman, lady .child and servantW O Kennedy, Capt Geo Dockerty, Peter Tanderveer, and 5 steerage.
Id=120 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857
(Deaths On tbe 18th instant, DANIEL SWEENY, aged 70 years. Tbe relatives and friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the raneral, from' hi3 late residence, S. W. corner of Sixth and Catherine streets, en Thursday afternoonat 3o'clock, without further notice. Proceed to Cathedral Cemetery. It*
Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857
BALE ROPE Buyers are invited to call aud examine our Manila Bale Rope, whlcb we can can sell as row as American, aad warrant it superior la strength and durability. ' __ 8 WEAVER, FITLSB ft CO., aull No. 23 H. Water st, «ad.iaiH, Wharwi, €anbi2mt£8 tor ©ffice. A ™ SSEMBLY^ ' THOMAS 8. STROWH0TJER Twentieth Ward, Eleventh District 8uhject to Democratic Bules. aulg-lt* liECORDER. OF DEEDS—ALBERT B
Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857
WANTED-OOAL, GROCERIES, DRY QOODB, tc. for House and Slt-n Painting, and Olaitog, at No. 611OALLOWHILL stteet. lAlto, »boy wanted under instruction*. aul9.eo<1.3t» 2lnin8ement8. HBATLEY's AHCHW. " tHEATRe ' . —30loLessee W. WHEATLEY Soil* oi Saicu.—Orchestra ataUe, 60 cents; Dress Circle (no extra charge for Secured Seats),$0cents' Family Circle and Amphitheatre86 cents; Seats in Private Boxes75 cents; TVhole PrivaU Box, $3; Oalltry, 13cents; Gallon- for Colored Persona,26 cents; Private Box ia Gallery ror Colored Persons , 38 cents. Box OSes open from 10 A. M. until 3 P.M. J.M.B.WHITTON.... .....Treasurer.' THIS (Wednesday) EVENING, August 19thwill be presented for the secoad time, the new play entitled CHARITY'S LOVE, OR THE TRIALS OF A HEART. Captain Algernon Mr.E.L.Davenport Charity Mrs. S. L. Davenport To conclude with . MY PRECIOUS BETSY. Mr. Bobtail Mr. J. S. Clarke Doors will opea at 7 o'clock. £erform&nees commence at 7J6 meclselr.
Id=246 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857
' ,k- ^if^%L i^SiLCj-S^riMX:J^Jx&,} ;._ „.-!:- j vi- -JttktW$i-.Hl-:A^.tbfi- Series f l-wls-law.' -Boston r ^ SI^^^I'SOi^TCS*?^?-:^. 1 ' 1 ' ¦> ' ^^Ji^tir iJ^^hMs^en iwWelyciroulated H*i»1»brth thiw/scofeand ««9snctislwHow '»n* -<^ni;e|ted- ; j eWncB-spiMer*" :;W,.George . s 'GpiL#^p^^Kim^tCiatbflividgnieat ! jw^tjtadesired »nd unqualified; iplldlypassing , MintenceoittBo^Wou^lifertrynotkbilltlcBOf !$ &$* f&mi Qmwm&K& " Has yidorstend their meaning, without even ;poise^lng "Byffi<iienttnow](Mlge;of syntax to ¦ enable him to wrlt-e a page pf English .witbqut . Muv * aozon grammatical errors. . UHHaron, : however, has bcenplaced ii^.' , ' crystal apiber-»nS > tljonB.let.hi®iflBt<r4',?, ,: <t .-, '•¦ -,i-*v<c%~ . ' • ' . -TirWteeeat fa Mr. Bayne, evident a» ;:educ^:''^nl>ible," arirl , preiitiwlf #»Ji*3J < ' > ; ^ tt^itBeWijMkllng, isiMttifoit™J5jitfe vitn "' . cipacitj...
Id=284 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857
rj^SOIiUftON '^OFOSiiTO AMfcNb-MM) MBNT810 TBB OO^aTIXUION 0* THB COMmouwealth. "* ~ ' , ¦ fttiolvtd by the Senate ' and Home of KipTtZmlalive* of the Contmonifitaltk 6/ P*nh*yivxnia in General Assttnbly.vut; Tiuktthefollawtpg wi<*B^n?ffn*f tw proposed to the Confltttuti-aaf the Conimomraith, in accordance with the protialona of the ttebth Aiticlf tkereo/. . " • • f 1 ! . ° > • » • ¦ " r ItfcBT jUCBSUUtn. Thtii-e ahall be an tvldltiooal article to said Couatitatioo to be deiifjnated U article eleraa, u follow* :— IBTlOLBII. ' OF PUBLIC pEBTfl. ¦ 8K0T105 1. She State may coirtract dBbu,to (rappty casual deficit or failure* in revenuesor to mt«t«xpea~ ees not otherwise provided for; but tbe aggregate amount of such ' debts direct aad qouiipgext, whether contracted by virtue of ooe or more s$U of the gea&ral aswmblj, or at dlffereot period! of, tlni#,sliiall Wfpr exefeed txjvztk hubdreii vd& fifty thousand' doll&ra, ana tU% mouey arising from t...
Id=248 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857
had for.ton ?t yeaw enMgedJs.JTbls work hs been traSslaffidliito tfernian, and ranks evd higher in,that country " tbin s :|n:Esgl»»ttt» America.', ,.,t'C'c; " ' - !i? ^ ;;""¦>= ; [ir?W-tii»s«w-yMkJraiiiefej- ¦'¦•' •„-,- . .^tt'O' ,- „ ¦ , HUNT'S RECOtLBCJIONSvOP . '^rv. - .o'coweWt:; -;- .- - : . i O'Connell Ba(d ~ »«iaeatnw tho alphab,e . t in an ( how. I' was. 4n" o6ll«!h()(id) . reMarkably qulcXiaad peweTerlnitiaHy-oliUqisb propensity ;toidlehegs'.was-6¥oreoine j by the •fea>of-disgraefl. ; -1 desirfldti eicel , - and could not. brook the.iden of. being.Jnferipr ' (o others. One day J ,W«fi Idle, end'my teacher, finding me imperfect in my^lesson ') threatened to beat mo. But T>hrfti*3ftS mtha,indigalty,ex(jlainiing, ' <Oh, don't bei' iiie for one half hour! > If I haven't myrtejs&n by that'time, beatino'tte«/' the teacher granted, mo tho reprieve, and the letison, rather a difficult one; wits thoroughly learned. "-' . ¦¦ ' ' ¦ -- - "...
Id=276 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 19 August 1857
MAN UFACTURERS' INSURANCE COMPANY.—Charter Perpotual. ' Granted by the State of Pennsylvania. Capital, $500,000. Fire, Marine, aad fnland Transportation. B1BS0T0RS. Aaron S. Lippincott, Charles Wise, Wm. A. Rhodes, Alfred Weeks, Charles J. Field, James P. Smyth, Wm. 0. Thomas, J. Rinaldo Sank, Wm. Neal, John P. Simons, AARON 8. LIPPINOOIT, President. WM. A. RnOBES, Vice President. ALFRED WESKS, Secretary. J. W. MARTIEN, Surveyor. This Company wan organised with a cash capitaland the Directors have determined to adapt the business to its available resources—to observe prudence in conducting ita affairsn ith a prompt adjustment of tosses. ¦ OtSce No. 10 Merchants' .Kzchacge, Philadelphia, aul-dly THE MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSUBANOE COMPANY OF PHILADELPinA.-Offlce No. 222 WALNUT Streetopposite the Exchange. MARINE RISKS on Vessels, Cargoes, and Freights. INLAND TRANSPORTATION RISKS, per Railroads, Canals, Boats, and other carriages. ALL THE PROFITS divided annually among the Assured, a...