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Id= 20 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

i Scientific Pietv anh Impietf.—A J«rge party .had como from adistanoo to sob Mr. Crowe's oxperimonts and apparatus. Ho had boon taking them to different parts of tho house, or whs ,hls wantexplaining his various philosophical arraugomonts: at length, on arriving at the organ gallery, he exhibited two enormbuB Leyden jars' , which no conld charge at pleasure by tho conducting'."wires, when tbo stats of the Minosphoro waa sufHoiently eleotrlcal. An old gen. tlenian of the party con* t«mplat«d. tha arrangement, with a loot of gravo disapprobation: at length, with much gol«mnity, ho' dbserved—" Mr. Crosse, don't you think it rat&'or impious U> bolUetholightnlng?" "Lotme Buffer your question by asking another." jrouUod Mr, Crossolaughing—" Don't you think, Sir, it might be oonsidorod rathor impious to bottle tho »mn wator.—Andrew Croese, " • ¦

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Id= 28 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

WOIICE TO COKBBIPOiaUEHXa Corretporifaitt (or "Tar Puss" will plesw but ia mind the following rolea: 1 - ' : ¦ -' s Every comnnaication mUt t» accompanied bf the name of, tho Tritor. la or6« to insure corttttnsss la the typography, but one lids ' of t sheet liould be wr'tten upon. * We shill be greatly obliged io gentlemen in Pemurlranift and other Statea for coatribationi giving the cvwnt news of-the day in their particular localities, the resoaroeStOf tha sarconadlng eoufey, the inenasa or population, and any information that wil^ be interesting to the general reader.

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

! ^"^MMiMMMisjiSflp 1 iWtAWnafWXj'Oapi. 'Cliii. f " .i'fl^oM piftSd*Ste>rtJe ! JfMse ' niera fncttfah^oV ttiib I* * 1 'j^oViilrms, i lc^ordip^}to :1 the'A' merIcar) FaBsefi^rAetJ

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Id= 67 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

THE CITY dnmveraary of the. Emantipalion of Slaves in the British West Indies.—Tho UHnst.was the twentieth anniversary of tho emlncipation of slaves in tho British West Indies, and its observanoo in this oity by agenoral pic-nio of colored persons, was postponed until yostorday. Yestorday morning shortly after eight o'olook, tho cars of tho Philadelphia branch of ">e Reading Railroad, running from Sixteenth and Willow streets, took out their Srst load of exoursionista to Washington Hetreat, tho plaoe selected by the Committee of Arrangements, for tho ceremonies of the day. Every hour thereafter they oonvoyed othor parties, and the Sotroat was literally orowded. A cornet and Btring band wa8 in very active operation nt the time wo visited the grounds, and a scries of apeeohos, relative to the event whioh was thon commemorated, were delivered. Messrs. S. 0. Gould, Wear, J. G- Bias, Young, Campbell, Bowers, and others, made pertinent addresses. The day was pleasantly passod...

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Id= 38 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

• - .til .-, jraapsDAY, jjiUGugr.6, ' mr. V iipoiilii^Hffiffiri ',P.;--« :¦ . .,,. .; ,.;;. . n i, „.,-,- » .:¦!. , ,:,.• .'! v '->'-;- FOB, GOVERNOR, .. . t. .. . ,% «,.' ?f- - t: TraiilAM-Ft 1 PAOKJBB:. -'fi"?; 7 " V ¦ - ¦ ¦ .u^i^kn^apn ¦ ¦ , FOR JCOOES OF Tap SUPREME COV*T, X:, t'.; ' '-ynJ ^^¥ ' ip!1 f*^^'- '¦ " ' * " ' ' • ; . o» aiiuta [oomttTi ¦ * ' " • • ;; ¦ ;};:; : : > ;3ii&ii:tt0gsoii > '' ; ' v. ,, i /'. ' ,; ' ,: , ' ioii ;ii!»|pn;.Ji' . ¦ • ,.., " ,;: )', ¦ ••- ¦: . - • <• • r ' -,::. . ' *Tr?> - * ¦ - ¦-¦>.«! -¦ ' , ' ¦ . ¦ , ; - : ,BO&, CANJU^C^StMISSIOWER, ^¦^f^F^^; ;* ; ,7 . ^,J^%s. tfnr)stU)S0^1b«rs ' ^is^st;!Uidalge uj.fqr a ' ' ftw 'J bg««h^ald they iot :recei . Te : THS ;Phe39 T6>*;si^%efy morning. ¦ ;|^e ' ,s|i^i siioii W ub.c.to.carrect theseapdother .inaccuraciesi riAaU ' " .': V:.^r- i,- .j| -. ' ' . _ .. ¦ ¦ -' .,..: ¦ • ./. v,,^; «TO ; TPA*tt ' |^uiw:^0|iiitcir.',_ ' , ' ,, " ' f If'¦we we...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

[From the New York Express of last evening ] ANOTHER CHAPTER IN THE BUR DELL MURDER CASE. ASTOUNDING DISCLOSURES. Mm, Cunningham again before the Public. FRAUD ON THE PABT OF MRS. CUNNINGHAM A SHAM BIRTHALLEOED TO HAVE BEEN OONE THROUOH WITH. DR. CATLIN, OFBROOKLYN, IMPLICATED. MRS. CUNNINGHAM AND HER NURSE ARRESTED. The Child Oblnlni-d from Bellevne Hospital. This morning, it was rumored through the city that Mrs. Cunningham had beon removed to her old quarters in the Tombs—not on a charge of murder now, but on tho serious charge of trying to defraud tbe blood rolative8 of Doctor Burdoll by tho production of a obild, born two days ago, as a posthumous ono, begotten by Dr. Burdcll, and to whioh she pretendeu to havo given birth on Monday night. From what our rcportor could hurriedly collect this morning, from Mr. Wm. B. Walsh, crier of tho genoral sessions, ono of the officers who arrested her, it appears that after the recent trialit ia reported Mra. C. told a cortain physician...

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Id= 42 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

SHAIX THERE BE A NEW PRESIDE!* . , .XIAI. MANSION ? The New York Daily Timu, in the following article; , seconds 1 the suggestion of. the Washington correspondent of Thh Pbess, in favor of the erection ' of a new Presidential Mansion; The reasons advanced by the Tirhis are convincing and' forcible. But there are others which must occur to any ono acquainted with the necessities which domand such an edifice for the Chief Magistrate of the Nation. ' All are now satisfied that tho present location. is most 1 insalubrious. For many year* tho. household of the' President: has suffered during the autumn from fever, andi the fact that this disease also prevails in the same vicinity; properly decided Mr. Buchanan to change' his' residence for the summer and] fall to the "Soldier's Hprno," four miles ' ; ;from Washington. The ^extension of tho! ' Treasury.building, which will ocenpy several.' acres of the public gr»unds attached to the , Presidential mansion and the > cer-j ¦t...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

Estimated surplus A«. 1,1857 TS3M* 89 HEW YORK COKBESFOKBKICE. . [QorrecpondeaeeotTbflPreas.} XXW TORE. 5 P. M—The JhyOoodj aartfeu now begin to &--umcetli«ir usual activity, and vitk ttw present weeks the aetrfon has coBaMsoed U) cansst. Merar«. Haggertr t Co. had th» ttrri xefillr (anted package aals of the Beaxott. Their roetai were largelT attended br tie trail , bujjio! ai math eonsatltiss vu manirutedta the Md&ogaj.aright to eximjad for the first package aale at the teasea. The fttllcgne vaa a large onecontaining nrarrj fber hn&tel aackssM «f foreign and dt.mf.tic Dry Seedi- She good, far the elothing trade, which comprised a large pert «C1h« emialogu, that U the Bonn, Xtten£atB,Cl«t)a*e., were more soagbt after thaa the other goed*. ad em them more ipiilt wxa maalleJtorf in the httarlBX. The prises ottaiwd ftr<tke (roodvere &h;,tho^l cat equal to those* prevtosair ektaiaed]a » private nr. FLOUR. *e.—The floor muket fc Jtorfr &g...

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Id= 54 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

Retirement of Judge Muon. Washixgtos, August 4.—Judge Mason, in his reply to the letter of kind exprssulons and good wishes of tho gentlemen employed in the Patent Offloe, on his retiring from the post of Commissioner, nays: '< It Is now s, source of unalloyed RatliFactloii in reviewing the past to reflect that a» far an my knowledge and recollection extend, nothing like an angry feeling has been excited in my official or personal intercourse , either with the multitude of anxious, interested and sensitive Inventor*, or with those with whom my relations have bee? more frequent and intimate in the daily transaction of buslneiB." Storm in Washington* Washisqtos, Aug. 4,—The, rjila. h« beon felllsg in-, ce«8&ntly siuce ten o'clock this ojpynlug, mid. the itrpe,t» are deluged aai many cellara inundated:! ft At " ttio hardest fall of rain known for many years, and teaja are entertained thatit will do much damage to the Che&epcake and Ohio Canal. Rrportr-d India...

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Id= 43 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

FROM WASHINGTON Correspondence of The,Presfl.] Wabiukotos, August S, 1857. Tho long looked for Press has at last reached us, and, at this present timo, of writing, has been read, with gratification, by hundreds of the admirers and friends of its conductor. All express thomsolves pleased at the noble stand it has taken for President Buchanan and his'administration. But how could it be othormse? . Who that knows its chief editor could for a moment think he would not give James Buchanan bis most hearty support?. From tho feeling I hear expressed on nil sides, Tub PnKSS is destined to have a large circulation in Washington, and will oxercise much influence in tho discussion of the important topics of'the day. Messrs. Lee £ Quthrlo, of Cinoinnnti, have sc¬ oured a patent for an improvement in fire-arms. Their improvement is for "self-loading" cannon and small arms, which executes its functions with groat rapidity. With this improvement, a'number of large guns—a whole battery—can ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

$J8LE&RAPHia . FROMjGUROPE. * AUBIVAL OF *ni STEAMER CLYDE. DEF£AT OF THACKERAY. THE CONSPIRACY AGAINST LOUIS NAPOLEON. Decline in Flour and Wheat. CONSOLS 91WCT92. Rivkr nn Loop, August 4.—The Bteamcr Clyde, from Glasgow on the 224 ult,, passed this point this morning. The latest Liverpool circulars reported Flour had Buffered a decline of 6d to 1b ; Wheat hnd also declined 3d. Tho Corn market held steady.' The Liverpool letters state the suspension of Henry Schuaber &. Co , with liabilities amounting to £60,000. At P&ris on Monday the fundg closed at 67f, Cfic. One of the Itfthflua now In custody made a full confession or tho details of the conspiracy against Napoleon, Telegraphic advieeB from Spain announce an eitraordinary decline in wheat from recent high prices. Liverpool Corn Market# Tho market was quiet. If any Bates had been pressed, however, prices would have fallen more than 6a. . Messra. Newell &, Co.'u uperationR for storing their p...

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Id= 75 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA 8TO0K KXCHAKOK SALES, Aug. 4, 1857. l^perUd by X. HankyJr.Slsci Bnktr, .Vo. 80# Walmtl Strett. TIRST BOABD. 300 City 6a oh Nt MS' 100 Bead R rivn&int 35X 200 do New »5,V 100 do «Jwniin S3) SIX) do exmpt CO 100 do «5«niint 35) 500 Read Uli'tt W 1! do 35; 100 Phil* & San R 100 do niwa 35% Ts i mort 23 20 Penna BB 48! 6000 do 2 mort 33 35 do ttX 10000 do a mort 38X 30 do MV 0000 do3mortsex 2 do WJ,' lOOOElmKTs 2mort63 25 do *6* 1000 C& Arab R 8a >7S73X 10 do 46; lOCun&AmbB 09V 2 do fin 50 Long Iilind R 11X 10 do bSwn 4SJf 42 He Jlng B CMh 34* 7 N Liberty Qu 2J 100 do 35* 60 do cuh 29 100 do b5 35* 10 Hurkburg R bo Wi 50 do cuh 3i% 10 do M£ BKTWEEN BOAHD. 100 Beading R 353 SO Union Canal 10 100 do 35* 2O00N Penn«R6c*h MX (0 do sown Si% 1000 do 59# 50 Union Canal 10 200CItv6s New 95. SECOfTD BOARD. ¦ 1000 X Penna B 6s 59X 100 Reading R b5 55 1000 do Ot>x 60 do 36 1000 do MX 60 do 35 1000 do W% 2 do 33 200 Rch Nar 6a '72 74 10...

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Id= 39 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

.1 -vur «thb-,'Fibidj—*Weinotice,i .witt, much !;' "pi^dejteit'thtfciHzei^sbldiery; qf thq interior * , .J are beginnfe^p brusil'up their arms an4,acc 'ou-/ -. ^ 'ttefaettte. (sginrigylvania i» justly .proud of Mr * . ¦ 4J|o ldijryi and w . ti hope,'faW (hat ' Mipir ' spirits ! . ' < Mwe Aroused, to see.at, noTdtstant ' , day ' a, grand ^¦ '•parfld* aild"review of all th«.iompanies in the' . ' j; S^ e'. . ,7A central point could fee Selected , and . :ij'«eTfqpl aasurct? suchj a moveine!it '' i-wqnld ; be ¦ '' .; ;iifSgnded with ' the-mosi; happy rtsults." ' The ^ ' ,.f Heading foutnal s'6ite4j thit;Brigadier General v ' • ¦ : J<tBS:W.mmuii , of th ' tlindiBrigado, 5th Dlvi' : ' : ' .'sloniPeiinsyivBhiaydiunfeers, ha"s-'order|d a ;,iKirfjj|a4 ' ,?,ar*dei ,,t9 b,es,h6!d,,st'Iiebanon: on • ¦ ' •' ¦ >T)Su|sd4yi!the' 16th • of. September Jioxt, the *-'* ' ^iiiinj^ljs^l^l 'PMH 'fj iai tf i - . •It'. ' Jd also < ;>H-ifllftfiiaily Jnnpiinced thsvitajbr...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

THE MONEY MARKET TUI3D4T, August S, 1H7. The BanXB of New York and Boston publish at rhcrt periods statements of their actual condition, wh«re!>r tba publio are warned of anjr undue expansion, acd the? tod In tat« honrstr their best policy. The panic-makers aro deprived of food by this arrangem«°*> for e ^T reader may «e» for himself the exact prop«rHon that flw specie held by the baaks bears to their liabilities. We call the attention or the Philadelphia B* nks t0 th(> ° ecessity of adopting the lame system. The »-pint of U10 nge demands it, and it will come with a better grace from theianks of their own aKord, than if forced from them by legislative enactment. The Banks in Philadelp hia have eerUmly u strong a specie reserve as their brethren in hew \ork and Bo«- ton and this plan is fo-"" 1 to "" 11 we " for . the .*»** '* .1 .ir^itiu \vlaiBsee «o Rood reason nay it is out Ldontedno ' e »> " •« feplrt the Police ' Telegraph fro,?, th.f» ' n1I«V e...

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Id= 74 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

THE COURTS CounT of QiiAUTKR SESSIONS—Judge Allison.— Habtai Corpus.—-The oaso of the Commonwealth v. Mullin, which was partially hoM yeBterday on habeas rorpus, was postponed till Saturday, in consequence of tho absence of Dr. Duffy and ex-Coroner Goldsmith. William Stevenson pleaded guilty to the larceny of a pair of shoes from the anctionBtoro of Broker & Marsh. Sontenco deferred. Ann Fegan was charged with tho larceny o money and proporty—-value $30—the propertyof Alice Walsh, verdict guilty. Sentence deferred. Ueorgo Unger was charged with an assault and battery on Caroline Ungcr. Yordict guilty. Seutsneo deferred. Trial ron Conspiracy—Extraordinary Caie op Dklusion—A PnopiiBTEsa in Court.—Porhnps ono of tho most extraordinary cases of delusion and swindling that this country has producedwas developed to-day, in the course of the trial of Anna Meister, called tho Prophetos*, and who profanely styled herself the sister of Jesus Christ, and who assumed to the orga...

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Id= 47 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

[For Tho Press.] HiaiiLV iMPOnTANT.—PunE Wateh.—I am no chemist, and therefore shall not troublo your readers with any scientific disquisition upon tho subject about whioh I-wish to say a few : words, viz: a com-' plaint made of the stato of the water received by tho people of old Konsington from tho reservoir thnt is filled from the Delaware, It is said that the offensive character of tho water is caused by tho offal from fish oleaned in tho vioinlty of the place where the water is taken, and other causes aro assigned for tho offensive state of the fluid. Those imputations, I think, are groundless. My 'opinlon is flint tho oauie of complaint is in tho water itself, which i» suffered to remain for some timo in tho reservoir before it la drawn off, and perhaps some parW of the reservoir' aro relieved muoh more readily, - and consequently more frequently, than other •parts.' " , Now, it is known ; to those who go to sea, that *'wr water, when placed in tanks or casks and t<*«...

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Id= 53 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

FROM WAaHINGTON. Naval Affaire—The Unltrd States Treatnry. Wabuikoton, August 4.—Captain Blake has received prepustory orders to relieve Captain GoldftboroUgh, on tho 15th of Septomber, ns Superintendant cf t&e Naval Academy at Annapolis. Captain Cheney has received preparatory order? to succeed Captain Blake in the superintendency of the construction of Stevuns's war steamer at New York. Commander Edward R, Thompson haB been ordered to report at the Philadelphia Navy-Yard, on tho 7th of August, as ordnanco pfflcor, in tho plAco of Commander Thomas Turner, The receipts at the United States Treasury for tke quarter ending the 30th of June amounted to f 11,136,391, of which nearly $10,000,000 were derived from customs, over ft million from public lands, and the remainder from miscellaneous sources. The expenditures for civil and foreign intercourse were more than rix and a half millions, for the War and Navy Department* nearly eight millions, and the interest of the public d...

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Id= 44 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

BRANCH v. BUCHANAN. There is a strange being in New York City, who has, or affects to have, a moral antipathy to aliens. He got himself sent to England a couple of years ago, on a' mission to enquire whether George W. Mtitsell, late Chief of Police in New York, was born in that country. This cost over $5000. This man may or may not be sane. At all events, ho is ridiculously 1 amusing., Here, copied from tho Now York Tribune of yesterday, is his'last felimination. H. tfrtfhch means to smash tho President—if ho Call: Aliks Kekbejvoot, August 4,1857. Attention • Aliens !—Ocntlo Bummer murmurs' trfllaper In my ears that James W. Gerard, Judge Horkyv Judge, Russell, Fire-Marshall JBoker,' fttter.Oenln, Captain Leonard, Diokey Busteed,: ickey Connolly, Georgey Purser, Mayor Harper,; Colonel Fremont and President Buchanan, are native: of Britijh and Irish soil, and have never beert naturalised. You-w . ill, therefore, immediately disprove these serious accusations, or I shall bo vcryro...

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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

Arrival of tlie V. s. Steam Frigate Roanoke from Aaplnwall—Another Shipload of F11Ubusters irora Nicaragua. The United States steam frigate Itoanoke, Captain J. B. Montgomery, arrived at New York yesterday, in fourteen days from Aspimrall, with two hundred and four flllibuBtors on board, twentyseven of whom aro sick, and will be sent to the hospital—ono died on v tho passage, named Gfco. W. Tumor. The Koan6ko has had fino weather on the passage. U8IO? OFFICERS. Captain—J. B. Montgomery. Lieutenants—Ueo. 11. Harrison, Edward L. Winder, Jonathan M. Woinwright, Jos. B. Smith, Win. E. FitihughJno. W. Duntmlngtou. Surgeon—David Harlnn. Passed Assistant Surgeon—James F. Harrison. Assistant Surgoon—ijj. H. Dculey. Parser—^Jno.N. Hamilton. Chaplain—J.'W. " Newton. ; Aotuig Master—Charles W. Carpenter. Captain's Clork—Oeo. F Sosrburgh. ¦ Purser's Clerk—Prod. B. Didior. Engineers—Chief, Wm. W- W. ' Wood; 1st araistants—Jus. M. AdamsAVm. H Rutherford; 2nd assistants—tteo. R. Johnson, Uco. W....

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Id= 64 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

CAMDEN AFFAIRS The. Shooting Jlffray. — 1 Further Hearing. —Tho hearing In tho vnso of Mr. David \f. Beliple, whioh was sot down for < en o'clock yesterday rooming, did not como off till two o'clock in tho ' Afternoon, wlic-n ho , accompanied by bin connect, Jns M.Scovcl, Esq., apponrcd at tho County CourtRoom. Peter L. Voorhoesnml Alfred Hugg, Esqi., for tho Stato. Mr. Bolislo'o counsol waived an examination, and aiftod that hia client should bo held for trill, which was objeotod to by Mr. Voorhcox, who »rgucd in favor of tho poatponouient of tho investigation until tho truo condition of Mr. ninoltne could bo ascertained. Tho hearing wa» thon adjourned until Saturday morning, 15th inst, at ten o'clock. Tho prisoner wns then remanded to (lie ontiody of the BhorilT, ir. ilofnultuf $6,000 biiil. Mr. Bclislo waB afterwards admitted to ball. Mr. Hincllno'n condition, at last ucoountp, was considered favorablo for his recovery. The Fight at Atlantic Cily.—Wn wore m error y...

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