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Id= 23 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

OFFICIAL Appolntnieuts by the President. John Ilavorty, superintendent of Indian nilaim for tho central superintendenoy, In place of Alfred Cummings, recently appointed Governor of Utah. Tench Titgbmancollector of the custoin3 for tho dlstriot of Oxford, Maryland, vice R. B. Willis, deceased. John Q. Downey, collector of customs for the dlstriot of 8an Pedro, California, vice C. E. Cair, resltfned.

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

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Id= 68 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

THE CITY Tht Dawn.—AM through the long, long night, while tho calm, sweat moon floated, like a ¦ilrer boat, from one rerge of the dark, blue aky to tho other, and the sentinel stars hovered brightly In the oeruloan wake, the tearful mother had watched her suffering babe—her eyes but turned In grief from its pale face to gaze out the window, looking a hope among the hoite of hearen. They had told her that her first-born—the first lifo-drop from her loving heart, must be laid in the mould, and that she must nerve her spirit with the blessed hope that she should see It yet again, radiant and beautiful above the stars on which she gazed. She had filled her soul with delicious fancies of the future, when her bo; should multiply In years, and marked out for him » career of honor and renown. Now these dreams had flitted as visions of the night, and she sat there in grief awaiting the moment when the angel of the dark and silent wing should stoop to snatch from her grasp that |ittle...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

. REst/tT OF BRITISH ENLISTMENT. . ; ^ Theru was a report, a very short time ago, (which we noticed and discredited at the time,) ihatBrlttsh offlcors were now in this country, bent hither to enlist recruits for the English , army, weakened (as it .is by the,vast'draft upon i^Q. strongth ' eri the fbrcq.in" Xadia at the pre-MOt pressing crisis. Wedid not anticipate that, If eucieitlislment were at tompM, it would be Buccessful—for the magnificcdt dole of twentyfour cents a day to.become "food forpowdor," offered lo able-bodied, young, and 1 proper tocD, wonld certainly bo no tempting bait in this country, wliurc ovory such person, if idleness had uotliopelcjssly entered into bis bones, bonld earn »t least, a, dollar a day, by hojieat labor, without being subjected to tlio^eliasing discipliuo of tlic British army, and tho ntulti tttdiuous chances of having a spear through Ills heart or a bullet in his head from the handsof som ' o revolted Sepoy. j SliBply, then; the attempt to a...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

opposition jiipers are (jodiiiging tfaeai»elvea in E"»raoij*l Ms»utt9 upon:G«uet»l ;Wttl.U¥ F. PiOK«Jt,:the ; Dem<wratiCicsinjldite'. lor Governor, ^ioino of iliese' attack* : aTe'' .riiJlculOMly offeasiV(). ; WtUswerBScaMpai^nlhe .^^' 'Iwatisg-'B^ men^^ere^ii^iiy, T9c*WJalJ0^rs t^ tli 'e caMSe.bf ttji«V^U* .ft«i'wjben. wfij t^Se ' et.tiutt; abuse $ ^. cwiiiwiatp owupy^ ¦0o j^ral ^Pa<?^b»V stwaWon,' ess .5?»1ir-iiouaga \a»»A *%o. Mnort ' ¦ $ $t,\«nd Jwiirf ,idd "to• tbe<'.«ua». ' 'of> • tb* victojy wljkli unquestionably »w*it « him, we bovfew Oftr rartriae' that sensible' meo. erea it »he thig mi»Jak<?. - Holt, ijRWjyBH! «^#l»i»W*s? 4e^ence uf <^^e^ ^O^K»,, itris enotfgh.to aiyC t^ftt id tte commBitQr dj^htsi hiiliiitt heitimMlsKl)ly8trong.,:Tlu!reoW-lUieWlilgs) Republicatw,and Ameri(i»ii8,iiretotiafpiinfl - who gladly announCB their purpoMbf *up]Jottin^bini; arid we think such ft test 'is' tills ^ j urnisne^C. ,toc ,illbani rY&t...

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Id= 55 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

Melancholy Ca«naUr> New Haykx, August SI.-—Mrs. Harriot Thomas , aged fifty.jlx yean, a respectable f&rmer'fl wife of the neigh* baring 1 town of Bethany, was killed' thiA morning In Pwight place. She was stauding between tbe wheel* of her carriage, when tho horse started aadsbe Kaa drawn by her dress some rods., She was lifted up by h*r husband, but soon expired from her injuries. ; , , Military ftlovemcnls ut the \V*st. ' St. Louis, Aug. 21.—A letter to tho Republican frow Fort Kearney, dated the 7th lost., »»ya tho fifth sad tenth- regiments of Iufantry and Puelpn,' Battety had arrived there. Captain Van Vleit had gone in advance qn important business. The troops were much dissatisfied, find the fifth and tenth regiments had lost nearly flfs hundred men by desertion. Krom Minnesota. The Minntsota Constitutional Convention—The Hit-¦mated Colluion between tht Shux and Chip-JXUMM. ¦ ' ' ' ' Bt. Paul's, August 18, via Dubuquk, August 21.— The Democratic branch or t...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

Washington, Aug. 21. i I am now satisOed that a serious effort will be made against Govornor's Walker's oonfinnation by tho V. £. Senate—a muoh nioro serious effort than I have been willing to bblievo. The Senators are already being canvassed, and it is said that the extreme Abolitionist* will join hands with the extreme Southern men in pressing his rejection. Should this fusion lie accomplished, ho will go by tho board. The apprehension of »noh an event speaks volumes la both sections of the Union. It points out with great force the dangers of violont bourfteaon the filare question. Lot those engaged in it take warning In soason. Ihero is a quiet tniddlo ctaas of Union men in this country that tuver fpcal's itave in th* majority. This ol&ss is not easily got to the polls. Bat when it moves it i> Irresistible. Tho cause which always arouses and arms it for action is Tbe Uinox, It has nover been defeated, ovses la the South; for in every former aontost extreme men ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

EXECUTION- OP if^:;||Eiro^^li. Great Bxdtaaient in. HQUldflyabtOrs. - — J— ' ' r~ ATTBMPTBO 8UI0IDE OF ME MUBDEMR. HoLtioirsiraiio, Aug. SI.—Our usually quiet borough bss t** n * aa seAne of thi greatest exeltemeflt to-day, 0,.|ng to the execution of D«tW Stringer UeKim ^ th« rourdpre ' r ' of Norcroai. -. Th» town bus t*m cn*i«i with Htraugers, the can from Altoosa brlsging up a large number oM>flll»4clphlsn» ind eltUeni of tliiit burgh , eurloiu to me the condemned in hl« lantmomeriU and hear hU dying Words. It Wai generally »uppo<t<l thftt the execution would be publtc, *ud gt^at dtuopolntment Vm rannlfixted ithtD It iras leatomi that tho sherlffbsd orderel oth'rwiao. Several mlllturjr companlM wore on tho grouad,' ttai aided in presortiol order. Hu ' mora were circulated jfeit«rdar to the ttteei ffeai McKiui had prepared a confoMlon, aciuiowleJsinjt bl» guilt, and this mornuir the vast multitude of atraDgem collected ttithetowmnd around tho prlmn were thro...

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Id= 40 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

.: '• , PKR»EV£R*NCE IN JfBnB ' jUSBJjkf.-., ' ,. .; .: No Btatesman who is governed, by personal feeling, oU'divettedftdm Ws course by'tbe clamor of the, hour,. cau, wield a ' permanent inflneriCT.. Having first: established tho. basis of hi* acBon/ he - ¦ rauat ^proceed' as systematically in hi» operations , and upon principles; as clearly/defined, as the .engineer,whose plans are the result of unerriiigcalcuUitlonj , founded upon the 8iuiplci!t and surert; . matbeniatieilaxioms. ' . " '; " ' "' . " "' , '"" .», ' ¦: ' •" ¦- , If, he follows the straight ipath of consistent dnt/i b* will waintoin irast Influence orerhl» couutrymen. History furnishes more than.one lnrtance of ' the enccesS' of .bid nitsf who pp i (tied their interests with- unfoltarlng and sy»- tematic energy j and wone ' ed, hot bo reminilod that, if^Til can prw«il by,aclberfn^to bno line of action, a rlrtuoiu cause/aided by " tho hoped (^. ; ^B^beB^ ;; by ' thV;Jrayert;of^eV|ge ind. the good, Is much njoro ccrf...

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

Destructive Flre at J«m«t CUt. [From theN. Y. Commercial Advertiser of UnteYeqing.) This morning, between three and four o'clook, fire was discovered issuing from the cabin, of the steamer Splendid, lying a? tie. CunariJ dock, Jer? soy city An alarm was imuiodjate.ly given, and the firemen hastened to tha sgene, but befqre thej got to work the steamer waa enveloped in flames. The fire, it appears, broke out in the engine-room, and the wooa-work being saturated with oil caused the flames to spread with great rapidity. There was no possibility of savjng the steamer, and she burned to the wafer's edge. ' The firemen then went to work upon the wharf, which was also burning rapidly, and in the course of half an hour they succeeded in extinguishing the flames at that ^ Tbo wind blowing quite fresh from the 8quthT ward, carried the flames and sparks in tho direor lion of the Royal Mail steamship Arabia, and at one tiibo she was iu imminent danger. Her forced pumps were immediately put in...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

Bnghnm Young preparing to resist Gen. T!arnty,eie. WiHUiNoro-v, August 21.—The Interior Department hur«celred Intelligent from reliable gentleman, sod fugitive Mormons, that Brightun Young*is preparlogto resltft General Harney—that he has relapnod into tho grossest infidelity and Atheism, and continues to noli, up the Government of th'i United States to ihe'(rupreme contempt of the Mormons, ' i Among the dUpatcMs iust reo&Wedby theOoTerntoent Is the correspondence which took place between one of our naval officer* and tbe Governor of Singapore, relative tohlj ordetl&g our flag i& be hauled down-by* British officer from tbe Dutch barque "Henrietta JCjk rla,' 1 which hfd been abandoned by her offieenifcnti aunt of her crew, and taken possession of by the master «f an Amorlcsa ship. , Got. Blundell earnestly disolalms any " - want of respset to the American flag, or the rights of American cittxens , In tho steps he felt it to be feinlSty to tnkfi. But the ma...

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Id= 41 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

' " - ';." . : -.+f > *t ' l ? 1 !*i?»*»ff i«i SK*ijs^!, ' ¦' ,, ' ¦ - ¦ , ' Speaklng.oCthe recent raco for the Good-<*oodOup,fte'iowte^iTifWt*»y«; ' « ,^ttli6'Oop ;w,ent4 to ahora«*fio:wa^*Bi3r'^wncli'iii|ae aidMrtbplwe; aid U.wai plewjiat to B«e : A»b-Stall, who hil ' suddenly become a., heavy witjjliti '«0 ' Uj>on . llii; -^ Tommy • \i i* ^eat fcio^te.with oar gailan^allies ^ who baye woii .jB^'j»Mt^w; i |fc»ei. in>ijgJit<H>!i- : yeiri. _ ' jj^ 'Sd«f w. j?r!preM; certainly got ; clmu-.'of the obllirionbygiTlng his' horsess6Wide«berth. ¦rt tia »ald<bat s ;U«enf ttetymrds out of Ai»>sy iM^airtO " Bfnt few stJtbleiboy^tif »'ta, onflj'a ttaoiing ceold hare ehown le»» riding science than this'.'Jujff lHdav ¦ ¦' ppttbeffi!ial1tr >lp$n BSo«A-j«tD'fee,«ii^' .«o* '.to tbe'fton^ .bTa aoforw at Goodw*odj%)Ugh ' no horse trer < ' "' thk HisTnnv nc^Hi; nmlfS. ;,The bUtory of tbe BUOfliSjfull «»' (6 . the phUdnop...

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Id= 35 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. : *«-.:' . ~.Kj-,&VC«V/;;jy^atiS'S-.,-.i ' 4:>.d: ',•, <.»-« -.4 \- ,"-..: : .'v v^t «9fif a """^H^- 'i.v,.^. < :;,;' =¦>„-'' -l-;V«;^ta»tt j»rajHy^ ,t>' ! ^ i'l." ; -'' ; \v:--{^J^Al^S ; THO*eSOW,?' ' ; ' ¦- , »' i,,j "-" I ¦> , '' ;'= ,v'<» " *»;« CooiiW, ','' '" ', "" ' " •" \ v "- : , -^ 'Hnffiop'STB iC)WfAi?i) ';:' ; ' :v ' " ' ¦ " . "?¦!¦ ' ¦ '• '¦ ! - '?*c ' o» ftStSii* bora**- ' •> L -' , " ' .'V"! «WixKo, .0^ft Ji J 1 rwVjrtnse*, tor •JHjftte of WbeHor wieatwhiskey.^v, ;; '•<" : ;-¦ •, •" . ,;ffirBaitori^8:.wi,-8n|t ; .liage.-r«The. «$r» «d the Swto»!TM»ty,'!"A*ecuUM; Peojle/' «iid« BooksonouiTabW." ' • ";- ~" -..'* ¦

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Id= 48 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

Governor Walker. We place once more upon record Governor Walkee's brief but explicit reply to his .opponents. It is impossible to conceive an objection to a policy so liberal and just as bis: Qorernor Walker, of Kansas, in bit oftlolal despatches, recently received, says in one. point he uas bcoa grossryinUrepreseutcd—namely, osdegir* ing lhnt every man should vote who happened'to be in the Territory on the day of election) for the ratification of the Constitution. This, he remarks, would bo donirablo if there were " oonclueivo" evidence that all suoh persons were actual, bonafide Bettlett, bnt the only euffiolest and nsuftl proof of nch a fact would be tome previous residenoe. On this point, which w»« ono of detailho had never jjroppBod to make eugKM(ton» to tho Convention; although, when askeaws opinion by members of that body, be bad indicated a previous residenoe of throe or six months; and that tho suino nunllflcations should be adopted in tlio Constitution. In regard not onl...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

From Washington, ¦ . fflPKOUL D8SPAT0« FOB TBR P888S.]- • New York Pol|iiclnm- rChina-Ottr Kwt India Squadron. Wjl8h»oton, August 21,leS7.—Tlie Treasury Department and the White House hare this morning "Had transferred to them all the turmoil and excitement of Nfiw York politicians, Schell, Sanders , CooHfUJ^ty i eral Ward. Molntlre, Maolay, Russell, Odell, and a hbai of others, agitate themselves in regard to their custom house appointments. Mr. Sickles is quieter, and it looks an though he had the inside track. The btuy Ham of coaYors&tion at tho hotels , aad the sociable and friendly manner In which it h agreed to disagree U edifying, and senrea to relieve the tedium of summer lift) in Washington. . , " Recent Mlylcta from oar Knat inWr. squadma^iynJML the Navy Department with an account of the. Engliah attack upon the Chinese-fort at Fltuhant Greek, on the 1st of Juno last. Admiral Sethocb had under his com* mand 2,500 B^men and marines disposed in steamers, gun-boata^...

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

Ex-Executive Officers. [Krom tbe WublngtoO Star.] ' It may be Interesting to your readers to know who of those that have occupied oxeoutivo offices In our Government an now among as. For this purpose I subjoin »list below. Of the ex-Presidents there are four >UH living, vi<: Martin Van Duron, John Tyler, Hiliard PUluore, and Franklin Fierce. Of tbe VIco-Prosldonto, also four: Van Huron, Tyler, Dalian, and Fillmoro, ' And four Secretaries of State: Van Baron, Louis Mctano, Bucbnnan, and Everett Eleven Secretaries of the Treasury: BuBb, Ingham, MoLano (I/.,)' Duane,' Taney, Ewlng, Bibb, 31. J. Walker, Meredith, Corwin, and uuthrie. Seyen Secretaries of War: Casa, Bell. J. M. Porter Wilkios, a. W. Crawford. Conrad. and Jefferson Davis. ' Also, soven Secretaries of the Navy: Paulding, Badger, John Y. Mason, Banoroft, W. B. Preston, Qraham, and Kennedy. Eight Poatmssters Qeaeral: John. MoLesn, Kendall. Francis Orsnuor, Wiokliffo, Cave Johnson, Collamor, N. K. Hall, and ...

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Id= 71 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

Srrloui Klrc» In New Orleans. Tho Ijtow Orte&ns True Del/a of the 14th gives tho following account of two sorious !lre« in that oity: Thoflrstwasaboutonoo'olock A.M.,ntthe omnibus stables of Messrs. Hart, Thomas, & Co.. on Msgajlno 8treot,between Harmony and Ploajsant, during wbioh fifty mules were burnt to death, and a great deal of other property belonging to tbe omnibus company was destroyed. ,Tbe origin of the fire ia supposed to have been the exvloslou of « oampliono lamp. Sinco the above was written, wo learn that there wore seventy mules burn t at the (Ire to ifagaelno street, with fourteen omnibuses, a largo lotof Bay, food, Ao. Messra.Hart, Thomas, 4 Co. were insured for SUJJfiO, bek their loss will, notwithstanding, amount to aljont ?20, 000. The fire broke outin a small room'In front ' of tho building, and was probably the result of x>nio oarelesenesi. At about tbe same hour the stable of James Finnen, on Whito street, betweon Thalia and trato, wa...

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Id= 70 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

[From the Kewuk Advertiser of l«|t £venljag.l THE MYSTEUIOliS SUBW& CASE, The investigation into the death of Margaret Dalewu resumed ou Thursday at the City Hotel, Eliiabeth street, by ooroner Baun and ths jury. Tho most important and interesting tostimony before the jury was that of Mrs. Conover, who, aa might bo supposed, wiw more familiar with Margaret 8 Byiuptonjg than bor husband. She stated that Margaret, wllh her u.uaj want of judgment, had boon sitting b3ro-headod in the fun, and had been made nick by it. This renders probable the supposition that Margarot had diod of congestion Drought on by tho exposure. ' Mr! Henry R, Bradway, poultry and fruit dealer at Washngtott Murkat. nad residing at 15 Jay street, NewVork, was the first witness oallcd. Ho testified that on Sunday, the 9th, he . was at the Oooan House with his wifo and Mr. Bauni anil his lady. About 8 or 9 o'olook they rowed along tho boaoh, aud during tio morning saw a party of four or fire exhuming a bod...

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Id= 50 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

»TATB POLITICS. htcouma CotfHir.—The Democratic Convention of Incoming tonnty met on the 18th Inst., George White, Esq., presiding, and laode the following nominations: Anembly—Col. Tiaras*W. Lloyd; Treaiurer—James T. Dawwn; Begtstar and Kecorder—Michael Swhler;' Oommlniener—Michael Sypher; Auditor—L«wl» S; Smith. Daniel S. HI* Ml, and Dr. Pfouti were appointedBepreaentativt CtlSTOii Cotnrrv KoKcr«io*s—ThoDemoiiniUo Ootinty Convention met at Look Bavea on the 18th Jut., an* nomlnatsd ^ etrong (ioket beaded by Ool,fa.K.Ja«kiaanfor AisemWy., Thw.M'Qbee , Esq., was noiiiinaUid for Sheriff. . JuNiAtA cotmtr.—Tha Democrat have nomi-' nkt«d L«vi B«ynold», for'¦ Prothonotary: i Jacob Fn.nl, for T^»a»uretj:B»rl»U Rapp, for;Doa«ni8-eioiier; John Anderson, for Auditor; and appointed eosferae* with Vnlon aid Snyder counties to fora an Atwmbly ticket.

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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

^,^° ;' ru ',,, /AmtjaaQm*-,.-- - 't .... '' ¦ .'Jk« <n«'ir»*tB»r oontlnnM to >11 the Bmnermi ^M^^blti i^^ ' ^MIi tJ In thlfi olty. Th ^ - Jbt&mt ' vt Ifafc ' wa . ' .tt^iui^C' fMW^*^^ U&tM*- rJO» rival ESilopUn troup" (S»nford'» iMChriltj'O Wv«;Uw *ull*«t. TtoewlU fc«» farorlte/ewatt^ WilBatstrMt thii sfternoon, < &&»•**& " Stntw Ii«»irsV|6f J)»r«bport. will tit* '1 »Viiiltt»;pl»y tk« part of (Uiiter.to tW Kiftorlo*! drama of <¦ Riohard th» Third." ThiB «*t>ttabt,iH)dwittb«,»trf»(, ' ¦ mum w ffr> <n<>,* v ! << mf [Oteie»pontteoj 9 of|hej/rP' o f»1f ¥ fe ' ^#«k#OK,.Aug 1 u, r i;JSx)7l«S7. A UgCnle of iW&>nAM>pm<:t prlngj us an oditoriaM^fesaingyteUefm it« park 48.1 the peoplo;ofet1i ' e JJniw4"!Bi».t<»; A^dpBUiij»»;>, J . Eiwopeanand Aaiatio nations, look^wWpiifosiKS Won the present difficulties of England in India, if ...

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