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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

•>•< : ' . . '-,.!,<. COBKECTIO!*. , ' , Oit f article W yesWrday' * Pkss, in referiivts*to' General HakMh, was marred by an u^oftnwNMtror , which we haBfefl to correct. Th' e writer mistook General JosiiH Haumh tot bjs .brotbei 1 , br. ' aiisMjr, wh° d ^ : aome ten yean ago. We ore happy to say.that General, H4»ii» is resMtnt »t Codhranvllle, CJwfeet cwnity. i» very^ftie^eaHh, qnietly pUTfutoi;hl»irtndleir , ¦ • _ ,¦• -..' -.. ,, ., - ¦' ,„,

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

markets. Nbw York, AuguBt 31,—FlonriB heavy .; sales of 4,800 bbls; Stato and Ohio " are each 5c lower, and Southern declined SSo; tbe quotations being $3.S5a$6\60 for fitate, and $0.60aj$7 for Southern, Wheat heary; 15,000 bos, sold at 91.7QAfl.80 for white, tad J1.62c**l.&7 for red. Corn depressed; 15,000bos.sold « 85c. Prime Pork ia 40c better) at $22. Mew uoohaujed. Beef quiet. Lwdftrto, Whiskey lo Utter, «* ' ». ¦ Xh«r« is a panie In the Stmk "market, atartlns Ei eaaugo is firm. DiLtlHOBt, AugujtSl—Jflour—stieso?Howard street MIT; OttyMlU»«t |0.12Jj- Wheat unchanged. Corn 3 cU. tutur, at 80O88 for white and yellow. Wt>l«ker quoted »t SJKB88X. Mount , Aug. 21.—The sales of cotton for tho week have l»mi 780 bales. The receipts hare been only 200 bales. Middlings are quoted at 1SX»16X ctn. , New OatliHS, Auguit 81.—Cotton—TUe marketli sligdUretsierj sties to-day o)2S0 bales at loaal&X '«' middling. The Bales of the week have been 680 bataR, aud tlia rc...

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Id= 72 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

Advice should always bo given in the smoothest and most poliihed medium—as you will see nurses administering medicine to children in a silver spoon. MATTIE S A!»**Hn»e» IN NEW YORK. [From thS 'jlew YvtwM»n \£ >, _W«h&v»alrM4/notl«ed thatlut Spring some of oar, loading and intutntial merchants ordered the manufacture of » cextfee ot plate for presentation to the Hon. Wm. ft- M»W late Secretary of 3tato, anot tbe orJsr na» Just been oejnpletea by Mean. Tiffany & Co.; of Jiwudwavat whose store itwill remain a few days on olhibition. Theonler was given long ago, but the work from iu elaborate nature, consumed much time, and befoit it could be completed Mr. Marcy diod. The tervice sill accordingly be presented to the family of tho deceased, and will no doubt be held in hi g h estimation by them, coming as.tt doos.frjan thy, leading merchants oi the Metropolitan City oT the Union. The entire wrvieev excepting.tB»kBt*e*t* of solid silver, and consists of six do...

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

V;.-1: ;¦ it«J«ocj'^Wt tHo kigh t«U« Bow.cnrttut'ch**f-4h« ¦ '; ¦ ¦*-;. >¦ i*iiiSssf^ffl»a»?rl^(H?;^iH^Bsifc iS'Y •;• •;• ' f'Stiady , in4 OoraMsatjta^ttoJMsl j&d If ' hire would j C'S J - " Wng.iiii«(lt»o« > ' t>a t 1 ';» 1 ^ c " 1Ji Ml M ' Brsjif of »D, Mads -; i' .- 0£^^^^^i(|iMJ^0W,;M4 <lM35liytlt«J ^«QvSuff:,-h-' \ ' ''Xro^^V'jMtfir^'priee^^oi'FroviitioiUrtkA'dBraiQilGott^- ' : BtorWWlfenttl?. oJ(itage.i:In:01UjvLialMd-mxttOT -. - &wa&^ iSjs&i & MiA^i^ 'tskwi 5 ! I - ; «WliWWWtf I - tisues uttsetfled and dull i bu? Wool is puojsnt , :1ml ! ¦ mamifichirera Uke sold'freely at former quotation*.' 1 ' '- ' ?^K* s)m$f i&*z?t^>®M'w^fylm> j.. •¦ thsuHrketmiking,(ielB;J»llpimiui«B; lot,tko tornf ml«9ioaliooaeali«VanotlKoii:nuiW»a iu«j.:-"AU Ihe ' , staple articles of cottoVintiuftctdM |irit*firjMld, and . ton, ji^.BriM^pf ' iS^MT " ,MtoiaV'O¥>"»s:'*». .tie s falling off 'in, the^roauott...

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

- ., ,„.. ARRIVKD- , , „, , : Etwnshln Delaware, Sh»w22 hours from New York,, via cape May, with merchandise and psssengors to Jas AUd«rd!ce. ."'' . ' .._, ' . i Barane, Ben) Halleu. Little, 9 days from. Boston,in billut to capiln. ., . . i Brig Thos Walter, Hlorth, 10 days from lurks Island, with jilt to faoretche. ft Oarstairs. Aug 17, 1st 34 62, long 78,40, passed aa American barque, palnied black, wl&jth(tegarboardstanding NB. Bemerar* had not been as&eslthr' for * tHe prenoos sevent&en years as . it was'at the time Cant H ,Mt, St BirU, St Mutias, and Turk« Wand were alBoperteotly healthy, . , , . , ¦ BrIgloH-' A- Uenf»»B<mton,Inbatfa8t.' , ' Brig nandyWnaii, from New York ^'\M artfiaWa lmin gten,Aidwsonao . d»v.fromPort aS&^n&s%\£r Uom ^ inasor 'M8 > "* Mig ueo *renchHarris, 8 davs from Boston, ballast. ; Bohr Annie B Susselt,Warrington,3daysfromLew<», Del. with grain & Bewfey, Wiffin K Oo/ . . Scir Victor...

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Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

EP. MIDDLETON & BHO., IMPORT-• K113 of BKAND1E3WINKS, &c.; »Uo, agents aad Hole proprietors of the old WHEAT WHISKEY. No. 5 North FRONT street. • au22-lm OHACE L. PETERSON, ATTORNEY AT LAW, No. 617 BANBOM street. au22-8t POUND—ON THURSDAY " LA ' STT ^ X BBKA8T PIN and pair of EAR DROPS. Th« owner can procure them at this office , by proving prop, erty. au22-8t BOSTON BENZOLE PORTABLE GAS APPARATUS, for Llgtlng StoresDwellings, Factories, Hotelsto. This Gas Machine has beea in constant aad anccesslul use for four years, and is therefore no longer an experiment. The simplicity of ike ApparatusIts entire freedom from danger by explooius, the little attention required, the ease with which it Is managed, by any person; and the cheapness and superiority of the Light over all others, has gained tor ft the favorable opinion of those acquainted with its merits. The cost of the Light is about oae cent per hour for each burner. Numerous certificates by those that have used ...

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Id=160 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

POR OLERK OF QUARTER SESSIONS —WIIUAil 8AJFIN, First Ward Subject to Democratic &ul«. - C ' ¦'¦ ' • aa 39-tsep 8* . RECORDER QF" DEEDS—ALBERT ~¥. MX BOaEAO , SlttWBth Wsrd, Subject to D«nocratic Rules. ' ¦ ]•-, ' • atgl^dtsepW.. OOR PROTHONOTABT OF THE »ISJ- TBICT OOOBT , WM, M BBIULI. ol First Ward. Subject to Democratic Bales aa!7-dts«8». £ tOR ASSEMBLY-JOHN H.rBRADY, ¦ Eighth Warl-Sevenih LegiiUtive DisWet. ' Sub-Ject to Democratic rules. aaU-tMgS* IfcROTHONOTARY OF THE DISTEICT COUBT.-WM. LOUGHLIN , Second Ward SB*- , Ject to DemocraUc rules. aul6-S»p7* . tTIOR ASSEMBLY—EDWiN SMITH, X 1 NINTH DI8TBI0T, TWELFTH WABD. Sabjeet to Democratio Bules. aol4* F 1OR ASSEMBLY—Second District, PER ~ - BAN J.COOB,SecoadWard. Subject to Democratic Boles. . anl!!.iC» filiERXTOF QUARTER SESSIONS—\J JOSEPH CKOOKKTT, Sixteenth Ward. Subject to Democratic Boles. au 13-4w* |7IOR ASSEMBLY-JOSEPH J. KEEFE " . X 1 —Second Legislative DistrietSeeoad Ward. Subject to the decision of the Demo...

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

DISOIFlvESv-JAMES OHALLENj PAST0B ol the CBUAOft: IweUta' streot, above Wallao«-wUl preach TO-MORROW , at 10 A. U.,and 8 P. M,lBe»ti.t».,- : ... ,,, , ¦ . '. . , ',. ,- ;,i-lVt. S ' afb ' FAafiJFHBTBiffs.: '' ;..:; " ' ;. . .HA»PER'3,WIBKLY. . ; , , . tfuvtktr Tkirty-fiMtf Ready This Ooi. ' 706ST*M»8. . . ' ¦ tJiaYel nqtb* jn bible lands. nV »«' . (From 'our o^n Correspondent 1 ' ' ' » ' , «/i/Jin*ffoni.—W»»r on tho Hands. ^A Scribe ' ^ Water-Sklai.—Tyti,fromtheIstharas; ,: Leaviag the Steapier.-*-Dragoman at Haifa.—Horses for theiRoad.—.We are off by Land,—Acre Approach to.T/ro.-Nlght in;the CIty.-£hickens for Supper.— Fleas for I<wlr»llo\<«,—Prophecioa lltetally lulfUled, MRS. CUNNINGHAM ON0B MORE.. X WARNING TO MEROHANTS. ' , PBOMSSSIOiVA'L'HOSOB. THE AUGUST ELKOTIONS.' ' ¦ ¦ '• , FILI0UBT8R PH03PE0TS IN NIOARAQUA. ¦ . CHAT. , ,1,.; i,,.-,, ;, Our-Dally T .alk,-rNo. Escape,—Races on-Sea and Land.--Summer Entertainment) la the. City,, , LIFE AT SARATOGA, (i'rom our...

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Id=196 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

SCOTT HOUSE—Comer of I,wia Streat and Sun,neau» Way, Pittsburgh. B Ii. MAEKti, Proprietor. auli-Ssi T OUIS B. COFFIN^ -i THIBI) WABD BOT<L, (DEMOCRATIC HEAi) ftBAKSBBS^ South-east corner FIsTE aad QU££N Streets, aul-liQ f PldsdelphU IUIAM N^ K1NG. -S0UXHBBK • KXCHANQE HOTEL, Bouth-eait corrwr cf HUH ana CABFI.NTfiB Sts., Philadelphia. ' aul-la pHESNOT STKEETHO0SE^-SAM0EL h£HSkL ?& ' l° u N»-Wl) »«w No- S31 CHE3SOI 8TKEBT, below Fourth , Philadelphia. aa 1-lm WILLIAM HANNINGS' diy Lager Beer T T Saloon, Ko. 32 OABT£B> 0 AUJI. Philadel Ph'»- anl-la tDiixcs and £itmors. A LEXANDEB V. HOLMES, WINE AND 3L UQUOB 8T0BI, No. 226, Southeast Comer of QEOBQB aad SOOTH Streets. .uI-It ILLIAM P. PITFIELD,—IMPORTER or BBAKBtES, WINES, ic, tc, Ko. 323 OHESTSOT Street, PhiUvlelphia. anl-lmfi I. LEWIS, IMPORTER AND DEALER \J» nr mm winbs, uquoss, cioabs&c.,2» South FUTH Street, Philadelphia. sul-ly RANDIES.—Pinet, Castilloo & Co., Harettjb Co., and other bra...

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Id=223 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

C OAL! COAL! COAL '.—TAGGART* 3 CKLEBBATED SPRTN& MOrKTAIK L£HIGH COAIi. ' J. 4B.OABTIB'SGBJSEfWO0D.TAMAQrACOAL OKOBGK "W. SSTDEB'S PINE PORE5T 8CHUVXEILL COAL. RANDALL fc MEREDITH Uare for salo, and are constantly receiving from th* above celebrated Collieries , C0A1 OF All SIZES. Then is no Coal mined anywhere , equal in quality to thesO ; and a trial will conriuce any one of their great superiority. Oar Coal is very carefully screened at oui yards, and we will warrant it perfectly free from slate, duat and all impurities. OuiPBICSS areas LOW utse TEttY LOWEST. Orders left at our Office. No. 161 EOCTH PBOST street, abore Walnut. Ordara left at our Yard, OALLOWHILL Street, halm BROAD street ' Orders left at our Wharf, WATER street, store CAXLOWHILL—or sent to either place Kr Despatch ]>,*¦»; will receive pNbpt atteaUon. Purchuers for Family use will do well to call and examine our Coal before purchasior elsewhere. as4-tf BUCK MOUNTAIN COAL—Direct from tho Company...

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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

WALNUT STREET THEATRE.—Proprietor, Mr. WM. J. NAGLE: Acting aad Stage Manager, Mr. WAYNE 0LWINE. Prices—Dress Circle and Parquette50 cents: Upper Circle, 25 cents; Private Box and Orchestra Beats, 7& coats. Box Office opea from 0 o'clock A. M. to 4 P. M. Doon open at 7 o'clock; performance will commeace at 8. BENEFIT OF LITTLE FREDERICK WREN. LAST PERFORMANCE OF NAGLE'S JUVENILE COMEDIANS. SATURDAY AFTEBNOON, Aug. 22d. At 3o'clock the performaace will commence with an OVEBTUBE. After which, aa act of the laughable burlesque of BOMBASTES FUBIO3O. To conclude with tfaeburletta of SWISS SWAINS. SATUBDAY EVENING, August 22d, The performance wilt commence with BEN BOLT. Beuben Baga Little Frederick Wren Alice Little Martha Wren SINGING AND DANCING. The whole to conclude trith the operetta of the IWELSU OIBL. WIIEATLEY's ARCH ST. THEATRE. —SoloLeasee W. WHEATLKY. Scals OK Pkioks.—Orchestra Stalls, 50 cents; Dress Circle (no extra charge for Secured Seats), 60cents; Family Oirc...

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Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

Special Nonces. The ' Lsdien' Saloon, Arch .Street, below Eighth, Is now. the fashionable place or resort. Col. Joaes, who In famous for always being ahead In delicacies, has just received some choice buuekes of luscloua Harrlsburg black grapes.' ' On Sundayevcatug, as well as through the week, you can getthe'nlccBt cup of Souchong, or ' the coolest plate of Ice cream ' that can be found in the city, » to all who Require Mousy.—Jones t Son, Brokers, Third aad Gaskill streets, below Lombard street, advance easb, In large 1 * & smalt amounts,-t>poa Watches, Jewelry, Plate, Guns, in., on moderate terms. ' , ' au20-0t* Bower's Infant Cordial.---This lurnlnsblr Cordial 1b prepared from » variety of the most choice and efficient aromatics kaowa In medicine, and is the most perfect and reliable carminative extant for Infants and young children. By Its powerful Influence a speedy cure is effected !n all cases of CAoiie, windy pains and spasms. Rcllrves and mitigates much ...

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Id=152 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

C1OAST PILOT.—IN fKESS AND WILL J SOON BB PUBLISHED, the iollowiag staadard Books, vii: Dlunt's Coast Pilot, 18th edition; Bowditch's Navigator,37thedition; Shipmaster's AsolBtaat, 9th edition. We Invite attention to our new Spring Centre Compasses, which answer for either light or heavy weather, snd are especially adapted for Bteaiuors, and vessels where the motion Is considerable They reqnire fewer repairs than any compass now In use. Marine Opera Glasses of superior quality. Spy Glasses, Aneroid and Mercurial'BarometersThermometers, AmericanFrench and English Sextsuu, OctsaUQuadrants, Azimuth Compasses, Bloacles, Log Glasses, and all Iliads of Nautical Inatrumeats and Books, coastautly on hand. AlsoChartsof all parts of the world from the latest and best authorities. Agents for Bogers' American Code of Signals, Deni's Chronometers aad Compasses, and for Abbott's Herometerand an instrument for working ont problems In Nautical Astronomy by simple iaspection find vith perfect accu...

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Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA TYPE FOUNDRY—N. W. Cor. THIRD and CHESNCTSts. L. PELOUZE k SON. thankful for the liberal patronnge heretofore accorded to their Establishment, and desirous to merit Its continuance, would announce to Printers and Publishers that their new SPECIMEN BOOK U now ready, aqd from their increased facilities, are now prepared & fttrnlxh every thing necessary in a complete Printing Establishment, at the shortest botice. Their long practical experience in the business, and the fact of their personal superintendence of the manufacturing department, justifies them in a&aettiog that they can furnish a more durable and better finished artlole than tholr cotetnporaries. Thottetherefore, who desire Printing* Materials , would do w«ll to apply to them previous to purchasing elsewhere. Old type taken at 9 cents per pound, In exchange for new At BDOclmea prices. . aul.tf ^ALAMAN IAEK SAFES. A large assortment of EVANS & WATSON'S PHILADELPHIA. MANUFACTURED SALAM...

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

' Hit of Arrivals nt the Principal Hotels> MEBOHANTS' HOTEL-Fonrth street, below Arch. ¦ J E Newton: Oxford, O H L Hunt, North Carolina M MassonMississippi -'. J Henderson, Ohio O Blaachard, Rlchm'd, Va B M JohnsonUollidaysbg RDorsev, Huntingdon. D. A Altlck,Lancaster E G HallHenderson, Ey ' B H HendersonPenua, AT Leslie , , do ' • ¦ • • B D Ferry.Prlnceton, Ky ^Hart ,, d0 i Ho»O ScottPoansylvanla' ' Kaitlolr.,Leiin£lon, Ky E LAaderson t soh; Ky G B Johnson, GtiuvUIe,0 ' d A Alien, ' ' do W R Gtaio, Danv , 111 Win M Sheppard' do ' »Traf«aMT-,O«v"nVKy - W RocheSt Louis D T Street, Bavaanau , ten S B BavUtt; Moore«ville A D Wright, Petersburg, YaG W Moore, '' db B-Btit)Ui, ft l« . Wash-(f :1 ;J ffHohllieliBaltimore. R Maoreary; Cln Ohio.- - ¦ .i v & ni001 ^ ffi gt tduli JMoEouald.- Conford.NO. 0B Kavanaughj Lexington K WoodwardPhiladelphia -syiB Ddwell, Tennessee ARobb, StLonls ' ' B Ezeklol, Iowa ' ~ Wni Given,, Ohortestoa, SO . J Eouls , Bolleyllle N J ' MShslloe; d...

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

lo'« tfthVamonat of. <i<<4w^4V^*»>U* %luhi<i, BOd-SewJmg aJ*»«4,.™»g/tM week ending ttartfay,August20,1861: ' ' l'1 ' . '. ' ,. " ; ' ; .; 3/.fiJS- =J ' <'J V/^aJ JiiW -.,; .v>^ ' >,ft U^i ,„„-. ,-,-., ,,™, ,„_„ „..,„. ., ;„. M'TmiCDt ...^* . , -.', I InwoyortCarbon t -<t ; J0,80U 13 I**** > " • -mS^& t ,B*ltinure Cattle BUtket. ¦ "• ' •' . balal«»(««84et4)«retlll««,«pbyBaltb4o»ituteh : 6r« tt^«r»«glng^»»«to«..WK.«»a»l»f, eonii l^BloaCre net, nad averaging. »*lri<,, gr*««. A lot ¦ of virr Sno. C»tt!e we»>.»old to go ia pillifclphU at a «n^Whersa«4the Balsac ? - («h«>db•»«»«««>: ¦lied: for Mr. CoolerotiF«d»riok wustr, ' »•asneaa Soitiai&' laWPBeir.ftr. Mr.:0I«KU^ <)f:<}rei ">1'r iw ' ' 6rT It Adams, it VM4.«lw county. Y»it, 36 1" 8 *?' ?«« 'i^3Si»« * «!»»( B*M"1» > i* toudOBn-wnty, v»., 80 ¦^«liS?6We:i*u Lof 'Tf, »iwi»% 1 <iatB»?...

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Id=189 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

KNIGHT' 8 COOKING EXTRACTS FOR tt&roriag Pt&e, Paddlag, Cak«*, Jellies, CutUrds, Ice Creains, Blanc Mange, Sauces, Syrapi, Soup-i, fluvied, Ac, 4c. Comprising Knight's Extractor Lemon. Knight's Extract of Vanilla. Kuight's Extract of Rose. Knight's Extract of Orange. Knight's Extract of Peach. Knight's Extract of Almond. KnlghVs Extract of Strawberry. Knight 1 « Extract of Pineapple. Knight's Extract of Raspberry. Knight's Extract of Celery. Knight's Extract of Nectarine. Knight's Extract of Cinnamon. Kuieht'a Extract of Nutmez. Knight's Extract of Ginger. KnlghVa Extract of CIot&s. Knight's Extract of All*pic*. Knight's Extractor Msfe. KnighVs Extract of Apricot. These Extracts are made with great can, and ore warranted to retain all tho flavor and strength of the article represented . In a purified and concentrated form, conreniont for all culinary purposes. Retaining their fiaror for any length of timo and >u any climate, &ad can be used...

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Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

MOSES NATHANS, AUCTHfrrEER AND COMMISSION MERCHANT, S. M. corner SIXTH and ItAOJS Btreets. Sale on account ot tho United States Government, by Order of Wm. Badger , Esq., Navy Agent; ON TUESDAY M ORNINGthe 2d of Septomber, 1867, at 10 o'clock , at the Philadelphia NaVy Yard, consisting in part of—2 bbls beef, 1621 lbs bread, 25 lbs cheese40o# lbs butter, 2 bblB pork100 lbs pickles, 1510 lbs rice, large lot of empty bread and whiskey barrels, a lot of spirit room casks from 300 to 20 gallons, boat and wees breakers, a lot of cooking utensils',' tek kettles, frying pana, stow pans, gridiroas, table covers, lot of shades for otera windows, ' two cabin state room carpets, looking glasses, hanging lamps, sbodeB for wardroboBdish coversbrass drums, bugles, French hornshand trumpets,thrceboat ensigns , boat pennsn'td, 'tiro brood pennants, American Jack, lot of carpenter's tools, 88 galls paint oil, lot of hide and wheelrope26 ship buckets; galley and fixtures42 feet suction hose, lantor...

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Id=188 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

FPORTANT IMPROVEMENTNEW GAS CONSUMING FURNACE CBILSON'S NEW CONE FVRNACRf liter having been put to the most Revere test, daring the two COLD WIKTKBS OF 1&56 ABP 1857has pro red to be the most powerful heater in tht VHrrlil&avi*g from K * o % tho fuel over any of the best furnaces now in use. Tutsi lfOHSiCK3 an Constructed with & cast iron ash pit. and a broad, ahallow pau-ihaped fira potUued with fire-brick or Iron stares. The fire pot is surmounted with ' A SERIES OP CONES, oa TAPEREMJ RADIATORS, largo and broad at their base, but tapering to small apertures at tha top, aad uniting with tha aaular chamber, through which the heat aad amoke pus to the fine. Tqk wbou products of combustion In the fora of imoke and ones, aro Buspended directly over the fire 7 COHFlHiDor compressed Into the tapering CoMK3&nd coktihimllt BXPO9BO to the direct action of the rays of heat and tight from the tire. This heat and light Is brought to a rooos in jeioh Cosb, no...

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Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 22 August 1857

TWOTHING SO NJEEDFUL TO ENABLE 11 persons, malo and 'female, to gain a. share of this world's goods and comforts as & BUSINESS EDU0ATI0N. I.EIBKY BROTHERS' BUSINESS AOAPKMY, . Nos. 14$ and 180 SIXTH Street, near RACE, will re-open on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER lBt, for fall and wiuter Studies, embracing a knowledge, of WRITING, BOOK-KEEPING AND ARITHMETIC by simplified methods, In a short tluio. THE LEIPY' take pleasure In saying, that during the past year a large number of persons acquired a BUSINESS EDUCATIONenabling many to secure profitable situations, and others to prosecute their business operat!oni|succos8fu]ly. ' au22-8m. 00 WANT TO BE SUITWl—Thengel yonr AMOROTYPES at tho New Skylight Rooms, 1620 West MARKET Street, (over Ohence's Dry Ooodi Store,) EVANS,- Practical Photographer and Teacher. au22-lt# KJAILO.RS 1—Wlhh THE. CHRISTIAN fj . Public stand, with foldod anas, and see tha poof Salfor robbed of hli Character and hard Earnings! Rev, John Chainbert on this subject t...

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