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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857
Pcaths Ou Kunday Ift-st. Mrs. 1/VDIA. ,>IUOKK( aged 77 yuarfi. ltttoof New York. Her funoral will tnko place* fioin the residence oT her Kon, A'. D. K. Moore. 1»18 Ohc«tuut ctreet, on Wednesday morniug, next, at S) o'clock. * On tho 31st ult., CATHARINEwidow of Thomas SIcDonough in tho flOth year of her age. The friendx'of the family aro respectfully Invited to attend her funeral, from the residence of her son, Patrick McDonough, Sixth street, near FlUwator. this (Tuesday) morning, 4th tart., «t 9 o'clock, without further notice. To proceed to St. Mary's Cemetery. # OBITUARY. Tlio lirfit number of this paper nonounctd tho death of Urn. Emilik S. CixpBEf-i., the wife of the lion. James C&mpbell, of this city, and yesterday many who will read iheno few lines, aasIriUid at the obsequies of that excellent lody.. For tho dead, however, common elation or eulogy can ho of little service. Butthoso who have lWetl «aefuUy and virtuouB.y, have loft to nocloty a legacy of...
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857
^mnoemeuts. A CADEMY OF MUSIC, BROAD1 AND 1%. LOCUST Streets.—Mr. E. A. MAKSHALl, Sole Lessee.—PROMKNADE 00N0ERTS.—A GREAT SOO- CK8S.—THIS EVEN1N8, August Ist ^ the following artlBts will appear:—MAD. JOUANNSEN, M183 BI0HINGS, 8IGNOR AHODIO, MR. FBAZER, aud the great GERMANIA ORCHESTRA, Under the direction or 0ARL DERGMAX Admittance 25 cents. aal -3t JOHN DREW'S NATIONAL THEATRE. WALNUT Btreot, above EIGHTH—Lessee and Manager John Drew. Prices—Dress Circle and Parqnot'itii centii; Orchestra Chairs, 60 cents i Seats In Private Box, 75 cents; Family Circle, 2J cents. Doors open at 7. To commence at 8 o'clock, Box ')fflce open froro W to 3 o'clock, where Seats can be c>t 'tett w«hout extra charge. TUESDAY EVENINGAugust 4th , The celebrated ^ronaut and Wizard, MONS. E. GODABD, Who »ill petrorm nightly a selection or wonders. To conclude with the laughable farce entitled MISERIE30F HUMAM LIFE. Ally Croaker. .Mr. J. Drew | Margaret Mm. J. Drew ARKINSON'S ILLUMINATED GARDENS.—...
Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857
PHILADELPHIA BOABD OF TRADE. Ibrael Moaais, ) Joseph C. Qeobb, I Cokhittek or thb Jlos^n Joim n'Kuiii, ) I,E1XEII. J1AGS At the MmhanW Exchange, Philadelphia. Ship PhiladelphiaPoole, Liverpool, Aug. 15. Barque Japonica, Shclden Rio de Janeiro , Aug. 10 Barquo Achilles , Spedden Londqn , soon Barque David Lnpsfer, Bishop ..tfatanzas , aoou. Brig Eureka, Daly, ; : .Cardenas, soon Brig Black Squall , Bryant, Havana, soon. BrlgF. Fabars, Burns,.... St. Jago do Cuba, soon. SAILING OP THE OCEAN STEAMERS ~ STBAURR FROM POIl 0AV Asia New York Liverpool Aug. 6 Glasgow........Now York Glasgow Aug. 5 Kangaroo New York Liverpool Aug. 0 Ariel..... New York Bremen,&c Aug. 8 Europa.... Boston Liverpool Aug. 12 Baltic New York Liverpool Aug. 15 Fulton Now York Southampton Aug. 22 New York Now York Glasgow Aug. 22 KricflBon Livorpool New York , July 22 New York,.. ..Glasgow New York July22 Persia LUernool New York July 22 Fulton Havre, New York July 22 STKA11ER FOR FROH DAY BoruKfiia New...
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857
FPORTANT IMPROVEMENTNEW GAS CONSUMING FURNACE CHILSOWS NEW CONE FURNACE, after Uavlng"been put to the moat severe test, during the two cold wiKlSBS or 1856 akd 1867has proved to be the moat pQwttfttl htttttr in the world, saving from k to H the fuel over any of the bent furn&ces now In use. tuesc Furnaces are constructed with a cant iron ash pit, and a broad, shallow pan-nhaped fire potlined with fire-brick or iron stavea. The fire pot Is surmountcd with A SERIES OF CONES, OB TAPERING RADIATORS, largo and broad at their base, but tapering to small aperturos at the top, and uniting with the anular chamber, through which the heat and sinoks pass to the Hue. The whole products of combustion in the form of Imcke and (UBE9, are suspended directly over the Ore, COHKlHKDor compressed into the tapering Cones and ooMTiHUALLr Bxrosan to tha direct action of the rays of heat and light from the fire. This tieat and light is brought to a focos in Kxca Josh, not onlfke the COLLECTIO...
Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857
A Grfat EstauUshitlcnt.—The Salamander Safe Factory of Messrs. Kvans ic Watsox, Ib one of tho most Interesting establishments In the city. The buildlug in which tholr operations aro curried on, is to be found In Eighth stroet, near Vinu; the sates-room being at No. 28 South Fourth street. Between fifty and sixty men aro employed In the various depaitments of tho manufacturing establishment. Some idea of the extent of their tabors may bo formed from a statement of the work they havu now in hand. Their workmen are uow engaged m constructing largo pafts for tho following new banks:—One for tho Strausburg Bank, lined all through with chilled iron/weighing about 6,000 pounds; one of tho saino size and material for the Southwestern Dank of Virginia; and one for the Bank of Jersey Shore, Pa ; two for the Cataragua Bank; one for & private banking house in Wilkosbarre} Pa.> quo fora private banking house at Norrlstown, Pa.; and one large pet of chilled Iron bank vault doom...
Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857
CAMUEL NATHANS, AUCTIOXEEB, K3 and MOSSY LOAN OFFICE, No. H» goath i liIRD Streetbelow Walnut, cpjojite Pear A., mSj eight doors below the Excbacgt. itours ot buMines* fxom 7 o ; cZddt. Jl. it., nntil 10 o'clock in the evening. Out-4oor sales, an4 sales at the Auction House, attended upon the most satisia. *tory terms. CAPITAL *2W,0Q0. Zstablithetfor Ike lait Tkiitf Tern. Adraose* made from one elollar to » h""s*.miT ob Kf> mouds, Silver Plate, WatchesJewelry, HardwareMerchandize. Clothing, Furniture. Be£diJia;, Cigars, Uosical Instruments, Guns, noraes, CarrUges, and Good* of every description. All gGoct3 can remain any length of tless agreed upou. All advances, from one hundred dollars and upwards, wlil be charged 2 per cent, per laouth , £500 and «T«, the lowest market rate. This Store House having a, depth of U0 feet, has largefire and thief-proof Taults to store all Tifuaiilra, adl private watchmen for the premises; also, a heavy insurance elected for the beneut of all...
Id=163 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857
EEHIGH AND SCHUYLKILL COAL.— DALY, POBISB 4 CO., COAL DEALKSS , No 621 PSIU£ Streetabove Kighthkeep constantly ea hand, at the very lowest Mo, « lull supply of IxsbJri and SchuvlkUl Coal. ' »»tXT C OAL! COAL! COAL!—TAGGABT" 3 CELKBRATID SPRING M0UKTAIN IXHIQB COAL. J. 4 ROABTeR'SGBEENW.OOD.TAMAQrjAOOAl. GEOBQll W. SSYDBK-S PINE fOBEST SGBTJxXKILL COAL. RANDALL & MEREDITH Have for saleand are constantly receivinc fnaa the above celebrated Collieries, COAL OP ALL SIZES-. There is no Coal mined anywhere, equal in quility to these, and a trial nm convince any one of their greet superiority. Our Coal is very rarelully screened at oar yardsand we will warrant it perfectly freo (ram slats, dust and all impurities. Our PEIC£3areasLOW»atae VERY LOWESr. Orders left at our Office, No. 3 SOUTH IBOSt etnet, above Walnut. , , ¦ ¦ Orders left at our Tard, CALLOWHILL stoeet, Mow BROAD street. Orders leit at our WharfWATEE street, above OA1-LOWHILL—or sent to either place per Despatch Pw...
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857
aul-3t*rp jfo. 6 LODGE Street. COUNTRY COLLECTIONS made with \J promptness and at th» usual rates, by DAVIS 4 BIRNEY No. 26 South TIIIRD Street, Philadelphia. They Invite attention to their unequalled facilities for the adjustment of^controversies in all parts of tho United States In9 Canadas, and collecting and securing - ' •MERCANTILE CLAIMS, afforded by their thorough organization; having local agents In cTery settled county iu the Union, and by prosperous associate offices in, BostonLouisville, Dubuque, Now York, St. Louis. Detroit, BaltimoreCincinnati, ' St. Paul's, Wafibtmrton, BitUburgh, Milnaukie, Charleston, Chicago, Memphis, MobileNew Orleans, Savannah. Each local office controlling itt own collectionsand haviugdaily business connections with the moot reliable and experienced attorneys in the country. They ¦ fo have superior facilities for collecting drafts and maturing paper at points not accessible to Banks and Hankers, and Remittances are promptly made by their corres...
Id=168 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857
nnHBEE BBICKLAYEftS WANTEJJ.-M. A*C<TOiroi.SUiTnarjlCUtEKr jtrv«s. —Sou but good front Workmen need »pplr( , ut^^t* OS YOU-YGMExV WANTED.—For choiee *V "Ola of the American Army. Kft ehan«e lor tr»T»\, promotion and stejy. liteUcnt pay, and tree bOJd and clothing. Apply at Hi 3. Front. Kj-lrt WANTED.—A number of LABORING MEN; good wages givan. Apply al Cherry Bill Fost-oface, near Etkon, Cecil County, Sjarrlaod, for fKANCia QKBBX, Contractor. ffjt* WANTED IN CA3LDEN—GOOD PLAIN » t board, Dy a young man, in a reepectanle family. Mecianic or otherwise. Comforta of a some desired. A liberal price wiU be paid. Addresa M. i. C, Ledger Office. tcj-it* Cost axvtt fannb. ¦ LOST.—A POCKET BOOK CONTAIKing two Five Dollar Notes on the Ginri rt.r,v and some small change. The Seder will be suitably rewarded by returning the same to W. IOSS, Aug. S, 2t« . No. tOS KOtx AvenAe.
Id=148 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857
BAILEY & CO., CHESTNUT STREET, Manufacturers of BRITISH STERLING SILVER WARE, TJuuder their inspection, on the premises exclusively. Citizens and Stranger* are invited to visit our manufactory. WATCHES. Constantly on h&nd a splendid stock of Superior Gold Watches, of ull tho celebrated maker*. DIAMONDS. Necklaces, Bracelets, Brooches, Ear-Rings, Finger-Rings, and all other articles In the Diamond lino. Drawings of NEW DESIGNS will be made free of charge for those wishing work, made to order. RICH GOLD JEWELRY. A b«autiral assortment of all the new styles of .Fine Jewelry, such as Mosaic, Stone and Shell Cameo, Pearlt Coral, Carbuncle, Marquiiite, Lara, &c, &c SHEFFIELD CASTORS, BASKETS, WAITERS, 4e. Also, Bronze and Marble CLOCKS, of newest styles, and of superior quality. aul-dtw4irly
Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857
Wolbik 4 Scott, Auetieuen. /fQI CHESTNUT STREET, OPPOSITE tOl THE CUSTOM HOUSE, between Fourth. )mnd Fifth tuerta. PEREMPTORY BALE OF «,0M WASHSTASD ASP TABLE LEGS. OS THIS (T0K3J)A¥) MQ&SBSO , Commencing at 11 o'eloelc prectjely. we will sell, without reserve40000 maple and ponUr waabstand and table legs, turned and unisned in the beet macur. Cabinet makers and the trade gtDenutj are respect fully invited to attend. NOTICE Our sain of Embroideries, Millinery Goods, 4c, for the Fail aad Winter, will eonunesoc during the early part of the present raoata, and will be continued regularly throughout the season, due notice of which will be liven. lw Br Qto. w. Smith, Auctioneer. IV E. CORNER OF BABRON USD 1™ » SOUTH 8T8E£T3, above Second. EVENING SALES. SALES ETEBY SATCEDAY EYENEfQ, At 7% o'clock, at the Auction Store, of Hardware, Catlery, Housekrepinj Artielee, Clothing;, Watches, Jewelrv. fancy Articles. 4c.
Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857
PRINTING—Wo would reapectfttHy call the attention of Jhn public, and the biulneu community particularly, to our .urge and oxteiisive BTEAM-l'OWEU, PLAIN AND FANCY BOOK AND JOB PRINTING OFFICE. No.ll2S0DTH THIRDSTHEKT(B«»e"ftJ3w^irtg.: Whore wo aro fully preparedwith tho aid of new am Improved MACHINERY, and the most eompllito aaa varied assortment of the Jotest styles of BOOK AND JOB TYPKS, to fulfil all orders with which we may bfl favored, at tho shortest notice, and on the moat reasonable^r m^ w j9hing((oy kind o r ANTING adapted tolhe various braiiohes of business, such as Cards , Circulars, Bill-Heads, Checks, Notes, Laboli, Rece pti, Bonds Certlflcates, Policies. Drafti, Books, Pamphlets, Reports, Statements, Docds, Wav-Bllls, Mantrest", Headtngfl^Uand-BUla, Pontlug, Bills&o., &e., will find it to their advanUge to call and examine specimens MctAUOHWN, & BR0THRB3 r . Practical Printers, au 1. 112 South Third fit,, Bulletin. Building.
Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857
Saks fan Stallion J J r oil3 Baths , Auctioneer, NO. 325 ARCH STREET, between THIED AJiDIOURTH STREETS 3ALES EVERY EVEjaHG at 8 o - elilr, Of Boots, Shoes, Brogaru, Gaiters, HardwireCuUerj, atche», Jewelry, Hosiery Whips, Trunks, luxj Goods, Noticrj, 4c, 4c. N. I) Terms of Ni^ht Sales, fsur months credit for approved City acceptances, for sums of $100 and orer, with interest added from date of saie . CARD.—Out-door Bales solicit:! of Household furniture at dwellings, Stocks of HardwareUixierwriten 1 Sales of Hardware, Cutlery, 4c. Consignments solicited to be sold at tho Auction Rooms. Charge* moderate. Apply as above. Advances made on Co&sigacsenta of ftoods. -^ anl lm
Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857
(^ITY COMMISSIONERS' OFFICE. Phi-J LiDKLl'DtA, August 4, 1857 Tbll Office will be closed on and after thlft date, for Ten Daja;* a. M. HILL, 1 "•? 3. M. LEDDY, f City Commissioners au4It JAS. LOOAN. \ J* MYER STROUSE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CENTRE street, PottsTllly. Pa.. au4-ly CHAR LES P. CALDTVEfct—Wholesale and Retail WHIP and CANB/Manufacturer, No 4 North FOURTH Street. y ' au4 SHARES IN "THE AGADEMY OF MUSIC" WANTED by \ W. O. BRIDGES, General Agent,
Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857
Qtaoi S ~CHUYLKILL AND LEH1GH COAL—I am daily receiving, at my yardthebestqiali^o SCHUYLiULL AND LlSHIGH COAi J«r cILscaers. and all others who may favor me sith their orders, may rely ou selling Coal tint will be. tstiiXtctory to them. 1X7" No inferior Coal kept at this establisiuMnt to oiler at LOW PRICKS. ALEXANDER CONTSBT, aul-tf N. E. corner of Broad sad Cherry Sss.