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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857
[Per Arabia.] •; ; ! Prices Current o( Arorrlcim Produce In Liver. "" ; - v '.- ' " ', " , p*»5--. , ' , ¦'L paovr«(pi!»-*lectod parcels of Bacon, In fair conditioumove off readily at full prices—the bulk of stock continue! io be held itliove the views of buyers. X good deniand' contlnuesfornne ' Cheese. Therohasboencon-«i<lorable buoyancy In Beef and Porkof qualities huUable for India troopships, and for such fancy prices have beenpold. The marketls about cleared of frenchand Irish priihe Mess Pork, at 110s to 115s, but American is neglected' at 95s. Inco*—Long Middlings, rib in, 48s to*9a»' cwt. Boneless, 2s more. Short Middlings, rib ta '5!"i o i a< * r ™*- BoneSess.SB more, 0. Outrib in, «stoMsWcwt. Ci«KBtT-*lne,Msto66s¥' cwt. Ordlnfflto »alr, SOs to 40s V cwt, B««r-New Prime Me«,lWstol66>«» tierce.. India, JOs to Ms more. Po«lt-rNew d °/..Wato95s¥r barrel. Shouldere-New, aone. LiBP is less wanted at the extreme.prices, ' hut .quoted, 70s.. ]»tremi>...
Id=210 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857
©as fiftntes. RCHER, ' WABNEB, MISKEY & CoT, MsnufMtarera ot OASAUBRS, BBACKETS, PENDAKTB,rrrTIII6S 1 uaan Un3> of (US and LAJIP WORK, OIBANDOLE8, kc. No. 323 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia. ABCHEB, WARJiEB k CO, No. 376 BROADWAY, New York. Buildings Stted with Chu Pipes, and all kinds of altering and remrrin? of Oas Work. .. .aifl-Im* &Uortiegs at Ham. GEOBGE H. ARMSTRONG, ATTORNEY AT LAW ASD CONVEYANCES, 1.341 Lombard street, below Broad. anlT-lm* ANIEL DOUGHERTT, ATTOKNEY AT LAW.Southeart Corner of EIGHTH and LOCJ3T 8treets, Philadelphia. aul-ly TEE STROffSE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CENTRE street, PottsvUle, Pa. an«v JOHN BINNS , UNITED STATES Commissioner ASD COMMIB3I0SBR OP OEED3, AND THE PROBATS Of ACCOUNTS for Krenl SUtes and Territories. He isby law, authorued to administer Oaths and Afflrraaturaa to be received in all the Courts in Pennsylvania. JOHN SINKS may b» found in ' nil ofice, So 114 South SIXTH Street, opposite the County Court House, tram 8 A.M....
Id=183 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857
OTATE AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION. JO —AOMCULTtmi3TS ,STOCK BREEDBBS, GABJ> NEBS, P051QL0GI3T3 , INVENTORS, MANUFACTURERS. ARTISANS! f AU classes ire invited to beconi9«b'*\*o.*s. THE PENNSYLVANIA STATE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY will hold ita SEVENTH ANNUAL EXHIBITION at Powdton, West Philadelphia, on S£PIBUBBR 29th and 30thand OCTOBER 1st and 2d emuing, far the display of Cattle, Horses, Sheep, Swiaa and Poultry, Agricultural Machines and Implements, Dairy. Field and Garden Products, Seods, Fruitsflowers and Vegetables, the Mechanic Arts, Domestic, Household and other Manufactures. Stores. Wares and Inreationj. A PLOWING MATCH ! ! In order to promote atill and efficiency in the important Work of thd Form, ft Plow-Ing Match will eome off on the fourth day of the Exhibition, to which men and youths are invited to competo for the premiums. To sellers and buyers of f&rm stock this Exhibition will afford a most favorable market. The different Railroad Companies will carry all st...
Id=223 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857
KEMOVAL. — THE YOUNG LADIES ' INSTITUTE, formerly located at No. «v°r M NorthSEVENTH Streetl« removed to No. ltll VINE street, west of Seventeenth , north sidewhere the subscriber will be happy to see his former patrons ami pupilsat the commencement of ths FellSesaioa. for circulars, 4c, please apply to (V. O. E. AGXEW aulO-2w No. 1711 Vine «treet. lifRS. BARTON'S BOARDING AXD iTi DAY SCHOOL POR YOCXG LADIES, No. 1K3 CHESTNUT St., helorf Twentieth, will re-open on tha SECOND MONDAY in September. »iil8-o»* HJPIRITS TUBPENTINE—200 bbls Spirita . V V3 Turpentine, to arrive , for sale by MARTIN k JIACALISTER aul 119 North Water Street. JOHN N. REEVES, CARPENTER AND BUILDER, PA83YUNK SOAD, oppesit* County Prison. Orders for Jobbing promptly attended to. aul-lm GLENWOOD CEMETERY OFFICfE, N O 118 WALNUT St.. bflowfirTH na lltf CONGRESS RANGE.—SOLD BY CHAD-> WICK k BBO.,No.202N. SECOND Street. angl8-3mc3. rpHOMAS E. BAXTER.—HARDWARE, X CUTLERY AND TOOLS, No. 910 BUBKET ST ' rtove...
Id=209 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857
SAMUEL NATHANS, AUCTIONEER, and MONEY LOAN OmCU , No. 112 Sonth THIBD Streetbelow Walnut, opposite feu St., only eight doors below "the Exchange. Hoars of business from T o'doek, A. M., unto 10 o'clock ia the evening. Out-door ssles, and aales at tha Auction House, attended upon the most satisfactory terms. CAPITAL WB,000. Bltobliiktdfor tht lc.11 TM'rly Yiort.' Advaaces mad* frow obv deflar tb thousands on Dia mondaSilver Plate, Watches, Jewelry, Hardware, Her coiiMs; C!ntMnj,iruniitorc, Bedding, Cigan,'Miuical Instruments, Qans, Horses, Carriages, and Goods of every description. - -'. . - All goods can zemahi airj length of time agreed "^»«tvjBo«,fniia 8Mhkadt«i4nBSnSorii»wa5a wilj Beehaig^^Tn-oBSlTpetSiiUii IMOand over, the lowest market rate. This Store House having a depth of 120 feethas large Ore and thier-proof vaults to store all valuables ,and private watchmen for the premises; also, a heavy insurance effected for the baneSt of all persons having goods advanced upon. ' ' ...
Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857
Wndedldebt., ' ..'... ¦: M.SHI^ 2i;8»iD0O 24^91,000 Iloatl^s«ebt.... - .;. 1,SU,T68 l,104«0 8,004,136 tn ' etrest on bonds due ' . ¦ '., ', ,:, ", 1st Aag, less ambunt ' , ¦¦¦de porited^tbrneetltv, ;- ' .;, '. ' ' ' . '" _ 132,285 Total Indoht»dueM»26 ,l(B,708 .S8,995,W0. 25,006,420 OlffiVidaahlitenUV^ lSOTM. 3M8M. 127,077 j»feri<a.:Uv;,.'..; ' ¦ 6o«,te. .6ose«. , 035,000 Steuaer ' saitd-OTowi" ' .-'_* ->.,•< t ¦ raoiubip. . "-88, 878 •; aia ' ^j 231,229 polling rfotk loaned ",;' . " .';.-:'. •toor&N.I'.K.B. 100,000 . ' lQOJOOi, ,100,000 Othet am«ta..;..... ,10,460 48 23*; ; 28,609 DU«byfceuts.." .';., , . , "'" , . " , ' 261,066 'Advanced' 'to' -Xonfe' Dock Company.... . ' ' 430,521, Bond*ofmSlolink. " ' ' .' • IniFttnd'A' . ' .'.i.:. S22,O0Q '794,000 1,316,600 jTptiirMMts.....;.. 1.703,867 ' S.696,426 3,848,908 liabilities over os'ts 24,898,911 23,B05,MS 23878,518 . Comparative sUtenjent qrthe eajoris (exclusive of ipectej fi^'in New,.Tptk. to ' fo...
Id=133 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857
BAILE Y & CO., CHESTNUT STREET. Manufacturers of BRITISH 8TERLING SILVER WARE, Under their Inspection, on tho premises exclusively. Citizens and Strangers are invited to visit our manufactory. WATCHES. Constantly on hand a splendid stock of Superior Gold Watches, of all the celebrated uukera. DIAMONDS. Necklaces, Bracelets, Broochea, Ear-Rings, Finger-Rings, 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. RICH GOLD JEWELRY. A. beautiful Miortment of *H the new styles of Fiaa Jewelry, such as Mosaic, Stone »nd Shell Otmco, Pearl , Coral. Carbuncle, Maroulslte, Lara, &c, &o. SHEFFIELD 6ASXOBS, BASKETS, WAITKR3, &a. Also, Bronze and Mwble CLOCKS, of newest •tyla« J and of superior quality. aul-dtw&wlr
Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857
meattjs. On the 18th instant, DANIEL SWEENY, aged 70 years. The relatives and friends of tbo family are respectfully invited to attend the funeral, from his late residenco, 8, W. corner of Sixth and Catharine streetson this (Thursday) afternoon, at 3 o'clock, without further notice. Proceed to Oathedral Cemetery. On Tuesday morning, August 18th, MARY, wifo of Wm. F. Page, in tho 62d year of her age. The friends Of the ramfly are renpeeffuUy Invited to attend the funeral, from the residence of her husband, Aramlngo, 23d Wardon this (Thursday) ovenlng, at 2 o'olockwithout furihor notice. On the 16th inst., OHAItLES ESTLOW, sged about 65 yean. 1 The relatives and friends of tho family are respectfully invited to attend the luneral, from his late residence . No. 129 Christian streeton this (Thursday) afternoonat 1 o 'clock, without further notice. To proceed to the Philadelphia Cemetery. On the 17th inst., Mrs. MARY JONBS, wife or Mr. Kdward P, Jonesin the 72d year of her age. Tho rel...
Id=182 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857
COUNTRY COLLECTIONS made with promptness and at the usubI rateg, far DAVIS ic B1RNEY, No. 2S South THIRD Street, Philadelphia. The/ Invite attention to their nnequfclled facilities fox tbe adjustment of contrOTersiea in ill parta of tb,e United SUtes and C&nad*s , sod collecting and Hearing MERCANTILE CLAIMS, afforded by their thorough organization; hiring local agents In ever j settled county la the Union , and by pros* peroua associate offleea In Boa tanIrOuisTlIIe, Dabuone, New York, St. Louis. Detroit. BaUimaro, Cincinnati, St. Paai's, Washington, Bittalrargh, Mihrmkie, Charleston , ChicagoM«mphi&, Motile, New Orleans, Savannah. Each local office controlling ita own collectionsaad having daily business connections with the moat reliable and experienced attorneys in the country. They alto have superior facilities for collecting drafts and maturing paper at points not accessible to Banks and Baakeri, and Remittances are promptly made by their correspondents for c...
Id= 84 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857
" . ' ' ' A it-rffff^ *. W.t i- C f*. c ' aftt ' . AuonBT 7,1867.—We hire had a dragging, disappointing month Is Silk. ' ¦ .'. - ¦ .. ... " - . , Iu China Silks, so small us the stocks In the hands of consumers that, they have been'obliged from time to time to come into the taarket—thus giving rise to hopes of ft return to general currency of business, but hitherto -withoutsuch resultj: In themean time holders havo ¦been fnxjous to be doing and have not been very stringent .In their prices , except for the better olasses, of . wkleithe.supjVlsverymoderate. ' The deliveries are good—the Increased prices derosndfA fortte sew Italian Bilk almost precluding the possibility of our manufacturers using any bat AsUtio Bilk. ¦ In Bengal Silk, tho position remains unchanged—no demand for any but the finest siua, and for these only to »moderate extent, > . In Italian Silk eome few bales of new 811k have made tholf appearancebut.the prices asked are St. to 3i. above previous rateswhich...
Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857
&Tiro0jn«nt8 ACADEMY OF MUSIC, BROAD AND L00U8T Streets.—Mr. E, A. MARSHALL Sole Lessee.—Last week but one of the FBOMKNADS ' oONOKR-TB ¦ t THIS EVENING, August 20th. novel and attractive features. MADAMS JOHANN8EN, MIS3 0. RICH. ING8, Mr. PIOKANBSBR. MR. FBAZER , CARL BERGMAN, and the GERMANIA ORCHESTRA. New and splendid STATUARY, just landed from ship EuphraiU by Signor V1TO VITI k SON, perfect Us* nesses of the following eminent American statesmen WashingtonClay, JacksonWebster, Calhoun and Flllmore. Admittance 25 cents.
Id=222 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857
(EbnrulionitJ HALL OF ST. JAMES THE LESS, PHILADELPHIA. A FAMILY BOARDISO SCHOOL J0R BOYS. Rsv. B. R. SKT8M, Kicior The Annual Session will' begin oa TUESDAY, Septvmbtr 2. CircuUrs maybe obtained at the Bookstore of H HOOKER, S.W. corner EIGHTH and CHESTNUT- or of the Hector, Post Office, Salli of Schojlkill. Philadelphia. ' .nU^rn
Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857
JAMES SHE HIDAN, MERCHANT TAILOR, Nos. 16 and 18 South NINTH STREET, ABOVE CHESTNUT. A large and well selected stock of CLOTHS and OAS3IMERE3 alwars on hand. All Clothing made at this Establishment will be of the best qualitf. and ia the most fashionable style. Particular attention, jiren to UN1F0KH CLOTHIMO. »nB.U fiotels anb Hestanrants
Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857
i>rumi SroolB Messrs. D. BeliSoni. Co. re-•MJf!*at,«uilngttlie past week there lias been very !WH*flfttg WAaerlsw securities, and prices are aomltWi CSC'^a^&v ;Er.; \ m- -;. l..:.J;^.,i r.,j.,t ^i i -¦¦ United States Sis perOi. Sbnds (186T.186S), 104,106. Schr Mall , 0rOT.ll, for JhUailelpljta "l l« ™°> «o-DittoSliMr OeotV(1888), 104,105. vldenoe 11th tort, and anchored oSWe l'»Point. Alabamillve perOenf. Bonds! 78. 8chr N Perry, Pendleton, heiioe a Beverly, Uaas, Maryland live per Cent. Sterling Bonds8t, 88. Uttinst. • ) ' JM » SLiacSusett. live per Oent. Sterling Bonds, 100. Schrs Volant, Ooomos; Jonathan Mafj Oobb, and Mary MissisaipBl 8U nor Cent. Bonds, (18fl-187I,) 40,42. Miller, Boniere. hence »t Boston 18th 1**- „.„„;.. DlttoFlvo per Oent. Union Bank Bones, 20iS2. . gchrs Mlllsrd Wllmore, ToHlej AnnlurtsirJBWoiJj PenrnvlvanU Five ner Cent. Stock, 73, 74. Saml CastnwOarwood; Lady lillen, Ctrson: ^ Frlnk, , Ditto live per Cent Bonds, (187T.) 78,79...
Id=283 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857
"Tt»ESOLTJi i roN'~.~pfffir'asTwrr;xirKrTo W;mm ujtasmmm-i a thb com: monweutp.."' ' ¦ ' '- ' >-,- ¦ * '" ReiolVtd bt the Setatand Hcuie of Represented lien tf tkt CommmKeallk of Pewullveaeia in General Aisimilgmet: That tie following amendments ara prsposed to the Constitotimof the Commonwalth. In accordance with tha proilalona of th> tmth artida thereof. ¦ . ¦ »iast iiunsun. There shall be an additional article to said Constitution to be designated u article eleven , at follows :— 1 AETOLCXT. 0F PUBLIC DEBTS. 8iono» 1- »• State my contract dsMi to supply casual deficit or failures in, revenues, or to mnt expenses not otherwise provided for; but the aggregate amount of such debts direct and contingent, whether contracted by virtue of <tne or mote acts 01 ux'giratral Msembly, or at different periods of tUne^dvall.never exceed sews Inndred and ifty ihoutud doUar», and tk, mouey arising from the creation ot.auch, dents, shall be applied to -the purpose for...
Id=238 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857
WClliTaSYOrTHEilBEASURY. - ¦ • "XnMsnBr 'DaFABTim^i..-' • - ¦ .-i-utf.M ';•< ^, ' '.;-;;;iu«gttst.J3,#857. ' :. The .following deoisiona of thMwpartmeht ga Jaettiona as to the proper clasattcatioo ond« the l^fiiTmanttfaiiture 1 , orWthyorVddotloi, o». ert? reepMtively at the porte of New York and aSaBelphU.-the importers h*rtog, under the prortiflmu oMhe Jfthneotlou of thatajv appealed . from the deoWons of the oolleotoni <rf'the customs/as to ¦ueh olaasitoatloD are publishei) for the information of offloets.oftUeouifonia, anil others oonoernod. »>'¦» '- ¦ '¦¦' '. ' . " . " Hp<f«tL O^BD, • . ¦ ..,vi- 'i- 1 ' v , a .8eoi;etaryof the'Twasury. ; -H Coitoa-Fabricr,- C ordipr Cbrduny;. Ytlvetedui - ¦ifo/M&W/'J ) >"««M<>*'J»«.' Repellent Molt-¦ jiiiM ^-SwjrrrfftMiwrf u-Vtfvtt »» iA» j» ' e«, hrCottony' yynU •• ; ¦• ¦ •¦ ' . ' " , T- inff; o^r Depabtkknt, Augvut-12,1857.. ¦ ^ $tff i 'ff l a EW I 1 *? J18 * 1 * taken by Mr, Geor...
Id=237 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 20 August 1857
LOCAL SK£TCBESAxVD REPORTS. ¦^ • " > ¦" ¦ .-j i,-.r7T a-i-.i-ji L : ,, nn: , -ii!-f j iiiSl.v.!-.'- > , ¦ ., ' ¦'¦¦ " \ A ' .»AT.i^r -a -j(SivB*!lr.«mnrw <• ,-.¦,. ¦: :, ^S^^i-Uti£pttn'mi»pmoir ! ikt ) sh>ii t«ll , :¦!¦, *t^»tT^ lWw»rW»5»W'I taCWais. t ,; : frm*ftj^.tflffl^Mt-yi i i& ' l!fW«i W"m»U*MiU<Vpwid »ff.r*«». »ttd H<t »> : - X w«««s«rt«d »nd »ton#i» the world. My mind -' v b.!flgfo™ed : ta c «od'^ttriUoV«d' ,«|i^rtaI^ment ¦ i , fro»itsownw»ton)»i ,.l>re««ot«dtlimt I wasN|n - • :" «>««•«» a •;TMf;JiiyVif,;ti9ftaiJ^r;>nd nearly ' ~ ill hundred thoaUnd " of 5By ' f«il6ir;mort»l» .wen . . within fae»riaf r»Bg« of th*t midilght «*no(inoearat. Iaiked 4 mj»ir,.whi ' t ' i«lt v th«tw« Utf? ., .^ MmM:MAij^ai^ i^ itimf'- 3Mriitii ; t6o : '^ILr, w. ^ o). U !«p .t th. inning ct t aalwidor a»T,«f4ow mia^iuiieAtiont are then ? < W«krM;«fld $"> <$!itfiil w«,tll6;«t«ri^Uortai lenU ! .ftbt...