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Id= 45 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

' Dauphin County. Democratic Convention. The Dauphin County ¦ Democratic Convention met at Harrisburg on Monday morning. Col. Jphn Haldeman was appointed President, and Messrs. Poter Hummel and 1 Stewart Wilson Secretaries The following nominations w»re mode: Stala Senator—Rlohard J. r Haldeman. Assembly—Kdword Lnurnan anil Daniel Schaeffncr. Sheriff—Daniel Wilt. ' Commissioners—John Bufilngton and fiumucl Landis. Treasurer—A. W. Watson. Recorder—Peter Hummcll. • Director of the Poor—John Hor3t. Auditor—George Hammond. ¦ Senatorial Delegate to t/w State Convention—Samuel Buok. ' Representative Delegates—John h. Bpccl and R. G-.- TTnlr.nl. Sovoral speeches wore made, when tho chairman of the committee ou resolutions mado a report, whioh was read. The resolutions approve of tho course of the National Administration; eulogize the accomplishment* of the Democratic candidates ; express and a determination to support the ticket nominated by tho Convention.

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Id= 65 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

ExcrrBHENT in Cakada.—A good deal of excitement has boon caused in Upper Oan»da by an order from tbe Superintendent of Eduoauan, compelling tho rocital of what: is called the Apostlea'Creed, in the, common schools, ' on tho ground that all seots of ChristlEln believe 1 In'it • i A Bad Sion.—Evapsvllle, Ind., ia without a sign painter.

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

non-Arrival of the Persia* Sandy Hook, August 4, midnight.—Up to this time there are do signs of the approach of the steamship Fursia, now,due here, with Liverpool dates to tke Sfith ult.. threo dnvs later than by the Clyde at Halifax.

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Id= 33 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

i .; illoriric "JnUlliJente. PORT OF PHILADELPHIA, August S, 18ST. bdn.hises ' .:,... .6 o i suit bSm.. ..;;...;.»'» H1OH WATER...A.:.......... .... . .......U. 34 - AREIVBD. . , , ._ . ¦ Steamship Delaware, 06pes, '21 hours from New Yors, with mdso and passengers to James Allderdlce., Below the Buoy.on Brown passed ship Queheo from New lork, beating up; off the £edgo passed the br» Mary H, from Boston; off Chester passed the ihlp Wlflam, '""? Bostonat anchor. HeportaanelSngnsh: barque at the laaretto, and brig Betoada and tilelve, schooners off Timcum, beatingiip, . '.'' , *" r , V S steamship TCeystono State, Uorshman, 65 hours j frain Savannah , with mdse and pasieiigers to A uoron, iJr. '3d Inst. la<37 «passed «shr Kate Kleld, bound S; off Oapea of the Delaware passed a large barque deeply laden standing In: pussedSnthe bay and river a number or square rigged ' vessels bound up. Ship Hohongo, for St John, NB, went to 'sta 'at »PM ywterday. 1 Brig Georgia , ' OarlWe, 4...

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

•BSSl5 1*3^iC"'i;7;.i.V.: ' .is.i<»l«8sa ; - jpXljfti^j^j indudirlW^Kt tra nsfer drafts'on ;^ift&ti<rBta 'jK}fl > a -r eoi6paraUYe staieinent uf the cqn-' - taiJW^f^iPBiolit or^o i^ty.D^Ji^wTorkj'riil/ ' ¦ " j-I'tT; -i* LOSIUS.^ ' .-V'SpOCie.' ~CirC'n« * "^ Dotl'fcBl J«ft%;T|fl8,S4S,iai 12^56i33i • 8, 6S8,W*-.83,8$786 ¦ " • M. J<,85» 697 WO Ji9tt,Q13.. 8,660 , 432 W^IS .OT V i'.' VaocreMeof,SMoIo... - .,..ii;... . SS. 842 \ ¦• ,,:.?( • • ' ¦ «nteerta* '"' <* OlM«l*«on.-. 1 ;..: ' ,1W,BO8 V- .*f ! 1« :-iainMesse (jf unaniwn Deposits. '1308014 * I'ho B«nk stateiijcnt Is favorable. The loans'show an iioreasVlrat the baits »te aMo to extend tkeir loans ! uhlok are tat $10p,OOQ;lncteMe4 over 1 , the undrawn de' . ^taiHe«tliii V of t ' he ^«ant of Directors W the ' . Naassli BankHamilton Bliaenbttrgo, Esd; ' vieo President, ' . via elected PresldeutjtaTifics'orThoiimSIcKlrath, \ . Sra.,resigned. .. '" ' : ', ' ¦- . V \ Philadelphia Markets. '...

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

Wk' AtSBfl Arr at New Bedford 1st, barque Osprey, Fisherfrom Talcahusno Ma/4th, with 600 H>1b sperm and 200 bbls whale oil. Arr at Anton 2d , schr 8 R Roper, from Atlantic Ocean, t ^''"ce'own, with 170 bbls Bperm ' and 100 bbla whale oil. Arr at New Bedford , ship George, Jenney, Ochotsk BeaBan Francisco , Deo 8, Talcahuano, April 28, Pernambuco, July 4, with 60 bbls sperm und 1100 do whalo and° 900 < lhsJ b ' on^' ! " t h ° me °"the voya ° e i 16 ° bWB 8p oil ¦ Also orr bark Joshua Bragdon, Swaim, PaciBc Ocean, UcahttanoMay 2, with 820 bbls sperm and 40do black-08h oil on board. gent home on tho voynge, 1000 bbls » enn ?}},\ .''•Pwts heard from, no date &c, barque " aye, Hill, Now Bedford, with 60 bblB sperm oU. Old at do 3d, ship Erie, (of Foirhavon) Jernegan, 'aciflc Ocean (and sailed;) Fobius, Smith, do; William Thompson, Ohllds, do. DOMESTIC PORTS. , NEW YORKOct. 3.—At ship Ridianl Morse, Dinsmore42 days from Liverpool; Oldenburg bark E Von Beautte...

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Id=110 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

ijilereonal. WE , THE UNDERSIGNEdToF ~ T11E I'WKNTIKTII WARD, take this method of r,tu.ni mi! our tliaulu toHnrgt. ALEX. MCBHIBE, of the Twonty-nr«tWard, for his officer-like end gentlemanW cportment tuwardn us as officers at the I'ic-NIc h»ld at Strawberry Mansion , on the 3d InBt J.EVI LANCASTER , . , PBTKR DABTH0l6mEW, FRANCIS ALDRIDGB, O.MARTINO , * ' £y>W M:B.VANPgh0MM ' j ittisreUoncone. To ' nN^irTR ummroT^^ *f second Ward, will be a candidate tor Assemblv from tho Sixteenth District. Subject to the nomination 5 the Democratic Convention. au5-eod2w* j fiAMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD ' . VJ -CHANOB OF HOURS. i SUMMER ARRANGEMENTS. ! On and after Monday July. 6th, and until further notice, trains for Atlautio City {will leave Vine street wharf dally, (Suildays exceptwf.) , .^f^ 0 " .? P«"enger train will leave Yinestreet wharf at l-j3v A.. Bt. { wluirfllt6 1 p W »I l " MCnS "1 tral " "'" 1CaV " Vi ° e ''"'' ^ Freight trains, with passenger car attached , 5-35 A. Return...

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Id=128 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

TOHN DREW'S NATIONAL THEATRE. 1 WALNUT street, abova EIGHTH—Lessee and Manager John Drew. Prices—Dress Circle and Parquet37){ cents; Orchestra Chairs50, cents; Seats In Private Box, 75 cents; Family Circle, 35 cents. -'Doors open at 7. To commence at 8 o'eloek. , Box Office open from 10 to 3 o'eloek, where SeaU can be- Scoured without extra charge. , - WEDNESDAY EVENINGAugust 6th, ' The celebrated JSronaut and Wizard, MONB. 11. G0DARD, . Who will perform nightly a selection of wonders. To conclude with the laughable farce entitled' MISERIES OF HUMAN LITE.-Ally Croaker. .Mr. J.Drew I Margaret Mrs. J. Drew PARKINSON'S ILLUMINATED GARr DENS.—GREAT ATTRACTION!—PROMENADE CONCERTS EVERY EVENING: MISS AGNE8 SUTHERLAND, The celebrated Scottish Nightingale.. " The Cameron's Here," (1 Macgregor's Gathering," ftc. Meignan's superb Orchestra—»Anvil OhoniB," "Gipsy's Song," " Fra Dlavolo," Marches, Waltzes, Gallops, 4c. Sc. Fire.works nightly. Admittance 25c. Eight for tl. »n4-tf rflHOMEUP'8...

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Id=147 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

JOntjgnnb Cljemitolo. FREDERICK BROWN .-CHEMIST f.,i ™ A ,X?,. D ,£t7G?IST ' «>rth.«a.t corner FIFTH and C P? T ?£EI' 1 ^?' p »»»oelphi», sole Manufacturer of ¦BROWN'S F.33JSN0E OF JAMAICA GINGER. which is recognised and prescribed by the Medical Fa-JSl&l " ni J J"i'ifS'S? J"* slMll«d PASIILY MEDICINB of the United States. This Essence Is a preparation of unusual clcollencej During the Bummer monthsno family or traveller should be.without It. In relaxation of the bowels Ii nauseaand particularly In sea sicknessit is on aetivi and safe, as well as a pleasant r.r.d efficient remedy ' CAUTION.—Persons desiring an article that con be relied upon, prepared solely from pure JAMAICA GISGER, 'should be' particular to ask for " Brown's Kasence of Jamaica Ginger," which is warranted to fee what it is represented, and is prepared only by FREDJSRICK BROWN, and for sole at his Drug and Chemiu! Store, north-east corner of FIFTH and CHESTNBT Streets, Philadelphia; and by all the M...

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Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

PROTHONOTABY ©F THE DISTRICT COTJBT, QKOSQB T. KKgSEft, TwtjJy^eeoBd Ward. Subject to Democratic Rales. - an trtStS FH)R RECORDER OP DEEDS—^.R. YOUNG, Seventh Ward. Subject toT)emoeraUe Rules. . au4-lm* FOE CLERK OF QUAfiTEK SESSIONS, . SAMCELO. TH0MT30S, Oth Ward. Subject to the Bale? of th« Pwaocrattc Party. wtrtiOS* OR CORQNBfi—N. C. RED), M. D. Sutject to Pemoeratlc Baits. ' sailm* TJIOH.COSOJf EB—CHARLES S. PEALL, -sv Nlpttwatb-Ward- anl-lT« 1?OR ASSBMBLT-^FIRST PISTRICT.— X 1 JOSEPH X DONNELLY, Tint Ward. Subject toflacisioaof tha a«mj*r«tic Oagveotlmi. qol-iw* WOR ASSEMBBT—THIRD DISTEICtTI M} DAVID B. MeL*AN,»'0lirUl Word. -Ssbjectto ¦Jtooaeritw Kale*. ' . ^--.. ¦ • «al-l»* FOR ASSEMBLT-^-' joseph HtritnzB, . . - Eighth District; Bvrarth Wan). Eubjtct to Demoeratie Bales. . .. ail.la* F'OK RECORDER OF DBEDS—OTABU5SM.HILLKB, r i.t"w,. ?ourt«*BUt Ward, Subject ta penjoeratse Roles , only.' ~ anl t seS TjiOR RECORDER OF DEEDS^-GEOKGE A W. WCNDXB, IhirteenthWard. BubJec* to D...

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Id=140 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

THE NEW BOOKS OP THE SEASON, PUBLISHED BY HARPER ft BROTHERS, SS7 to 335 PEARL Btreet, (Franklin Square.) MARRIED OR SINGLE ? By Miss Githikihs M. SeoawlcK, Author of " Hope Leslie," '¦ The Linwoods," ''Means and Ends," *' Live anil uetLive," ftc. ftc. Svols. 12mo, Mullin, tl.75. VIRGINIA ILLUSTRATED: containing a Visit to the Virginia Canaan, and- the Adventures or Porte Crayon and his Cousins. Illustrated from Drawing* by Vorte Cnyon. 8vo, Muslin, $2.Ml; Half Calf antique, $3.50; Half Calf, extra, gilt, $4.00. THE ATHELING8; or. the Three Gifts. By Mrs. Olifhakt, Author of " The Days of My Life." " Katie Stewart, " "The Quiet Heart," Sea. 8vo, Paper, 50 CB TIIB PROFESSOR. By C<nsi«« Bjii (Charlotte Bronte.) 12mo, Paper 60 cents; Muslin, 75 cents. TUB ROMANY RYE. A Sequel to " Lavengro." By Geobqb Boheow. 8vo. Paper, 50 cents. TENT LIFE IN THE HOLY LAND. By Wiiluk O.Phiub. Author of "The Old House by the Rivel," and "Later Years." Illustrations. 12rao, Muslin, $125. BOAT L...

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Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.—R. & G. A. WRIGHTS' ORIGINAL FRANGIPANNI, OK EVERLASTING PERFUME. FKAXQIFASXI EXTBACTS, I FBAXQIFiXXI POXADI, " Hair Oil, I . " SOAr, *< Tooth Powdbb. J ((- Sacbkt. These new, elegant and rechertht perfumeries are from thi> labontorr of Sit»o. B. It Q. A. Wrirbt, SOLE ORIGINATORS AND MANUFACTURERS in this country. * The Perfume Frangipannt Is an oriental production, brought ia its origiaal state into this coun* try, and prepared in ita varloun forma by them. The admiration and demaud for these articles in beyond precedent, and, in consequencea variety of Imitations are sprlngingup; but these, whether of IIO U E MANUFACTURE, 8b SOLD AS » IMPORTATIONS," have only an evanescent fragrance. AND SHOULD BT. AVOIDED BY PURCHASERS. For sale by all tie DrnggUta in the United States, Canada, and South America. 8. ft G. A. WRIGHTSole Originator! and Manufacturers In the United States. No. 35 (late. 23) South 1'OURTII St., Philada. aul-6t P HILADEL...

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

THE WEEKLY PRESS , Tie C/trapest and Best Wedly Newspaptr in thi Country. ' Great' Inducements to Clubs. On the 10th of August the first number of THE Weekly Pukss will be Issued from the City of Philadelphia It will be published every Saturday. Tiib Wbiki/t PBisawill be conducted upon National principles, and will uphold the rights of the States. It 1 wilt resiat fanaticism in evory shape; ind will be devo 1 - 1 ted to conservative doctrines, as the true foundation or public, prosperity W«6clal order, ' Such » weekly journal has long been desired In tho t/nitcd States , and It Is to gratlry this want' that Tub Wmicm Press will be published'. - ' . ¦ '!' ¦ '_ ¦ ' ••r J The Weeult Prebs will be printed oil oicellent white poper, clear, new typo, and in quarto form for : binding. ' It will contain the news of tho day; Correspondence ' from the Old World and tho Now; Domoitlo Intelligence; Reports of tho various Markets; Literary Beviows; Miscellaneous Selections j the progress of Ag...

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Id=199 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

©os £\%iaxts. ARCHER, TVARNER, MISKEY & CO., Manufacturers of OASALIER9, BRA CKET3, PENDANTS, FITTINGS, and all kinds of GAS and LAMP WORK, GIRANDOLES,- *c, No. 329 CHESTNUT Streel/Vhlladelphla. ARCHER, WARNER & CO, No. 376 BROADWAY, New York. Buildings Btted -with Gas Pipes, and all kinds of Altering and repairing of QslWuij. . aul-lm» Commission illerrljnnts. ANDY & BRENNER-COMMISSION UERCHANTS and Dealers in Foreign and American ' HABDW ABB and CUTLERYSos. 23, So and 27 North IIFTH Street, East side, above Commerce Ktreet, Philadelphia. . aul-tf QUtornens at £am. T\ANIEL DOUGHERTY, ATTORNEY X/aT LAW, Boutheast Comer of EIGHTH and LO. CVIST Streets, Philadelphia. aul-ly J ~ OHN BINNS, UNITED STATES COMMISSION'ER AND CO5DIISSIONUE OF DKkDS. AND THB PBOBATB OF ACCOUNTS fo' Mve.-al States aad Territories. He Is. bv law, authorised ia administer Oaths and Affirmations to be received in all the Courts in Pennsylvania. JOHN BINNS may be found In his office, N...

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Id=141 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

npHE KNICKERBOCKER ASSOCIATION X or this city will glvo their SECOND ANNUAL EXCUKSION to ATLANTIC CITYN. J., on MONDAY, August 3d. In making this announcement to their fellow citizons, the Committee of Arrangements feol confident that everything has been dono to insure the comfort aud pleasure of those who may join in this Excursion, and they are well assured that all who particpated in their last annual celebration will bear willing testimony to the excellent stylo in which every arrangement of that very pleasant occasion was carried out. Tickets .$1 60, including ferriage - and Ladles' refreshments, can be had of the members, or of JAMES STOKES, Ledger Office. A Sana of Music will accompany the Excursion. Last Boat leaves Vine street wharf at 6 o'clock, A. M. au6.lt WM. G. STORY, Secretary. SICK AND AFFLICTED EVERYWHERE.—Volumes might be filled with the very strongest testimony to provo the great superiority of Dr. SWAVNE'S COMPOUND 8YRUP O? WILD CHERRY In curing Coughs, Colds...

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Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

>> ,tf..^^1 gw.-4sp??j,^y?!!i*-.ir -.,.,; ; i :j 4 f?'A n 3' 1 A«M;s«orats -AB«iVB»«-,'. ' ¦ , ' '^Kroinr Savaonsn in '9t9amshi[k^>Ku^tonv <8tate—'W • !S' j : *5 1 i a y' W Wr 'ehfc SHssMjlAcCallfcier, Jjl I ;Boyb,,Csl BMnMyS Diotson, W J Oushnua/JiH Coul-B'fJfft OA^arl eKBl Wodloyj^rs p BurfeUj Rolf. V T ' • W.»|M»>n*lMri ^ O*w k^i|^dtoghm n Mitchell f .« gaSMuteMltses »Bo1ton.;two«wfdr&' and1erta1,t , ' .•-^S: *»»<'»»j inf*0'r *"l"»'T*nti -Mrs;nedgl^Mr« <?5?;5» lrf *',«»*el!iH«n, ',Jtfs;aeuciideji kmfl Blofs, K ^- ..'Bsg^j'JrflltirBoekiior, W AJandon , and m In the f .;>ff?ffi£.;% •¦' .. ' • ^ ^ " y. ; 'i -ui . ; - - - - ¦ »y; - i ¦:„ ' 'S? v!;&' : ? 1**«H. BAG* ^ , 4 '- ' '-' /.A i^Mftarwanf tW SMAMge ^ PHIWil.Kii, ' 3, / ffll^iilWjIiliiii. ,PMle;..... . .......Uv«rp1M, A0a.i6; . , ¥talntii«f^AStiCl • Hn^ilrisn e ' J- * ;- ' fFM*ui_a_.?Tj * fewLIHa OF W»W<»ciE^N 8TEAMERS.! PmLAoatPH.ii-?rom New...

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Id=108 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

THE PRESS, A NEW DAILY NEWSPAPER, BY JOHN \V. FORNEY. ., I prnpofio establishing a First Class Dally Nrnjlpaper in tliu City of Philadelphia) on the 1st of Augutit, to be entitled ¦ , ¦ '. '.¦I "THE FRE8,S j» »> „ ,, " Tug P«ssfl " will be pVmocrafto in Its politics, and. will sustain the policy of the present National Administration. .^ It Is my determination to make it worthy of the Bupport of every class of readers. Dignity, courtesy, and independence iu tho utterance of my sentiments , enterprise and' ' efficiency la th« Commercial, Lltcrarjr arid News Departments, and'respect for the opinions of others, will be Icept'constantly in rlbw. I h:ive embarked all my own moans in this project, and intend building up a journal that will not only be credible to onr City and our State, but will famish mo an independent livelihood. > A fcomowhat ex{ohslve *' experienco in public life, and many years' connection with journalism, will, I li'opo, obtain for " Tuu Press " i fa...

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Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

Bt aio.W.SJiint i AKtioitMr. . „ Jfe NE. CORKER , oy.,BABBOZr f A^ • SOUTH STBEgTS. above Second. '¦&? i 8ALSS BTEBY SATUBBAT BYlNT5e,^#£ At 7V o'clocfe, at tha A««Kon 81»re, efBninnJoi lcrj,Tlo<t«k«plng Arti^M, Clothing, Watdts. , ?«» ry. Fancy Articles, kc. - • ' " - - »*• T -^. SIAMUEL- WATHANS r.^tWyKQH^B» ' ' . and' MONEY 1 LOAN OTrrmt, «c«• ii« *Jl Outdoor sales, an* said at^w AicsKib Hon aj tended upon tb. most i»«liatb^tfiSg- -r^ Z ' ' X"^*™/^$-^£!iiMrU^- ' ¦ Advances mide from one ^iflK3ffiS^Bi't 1 L. mol>d»,«lver flafcjWatetJg WaiKO^ gg Instrameats, Ooni, HcoesT£Sa|sj£^«3}£h 3 every description. ^^ 'T.K^i^ All goods can remain say feagtS 6I:tliai, «jr» npon. - ' - -'^f - - * ' ^--Att s(v«!ic«s, from on* ho«rad dollars aad apvtrfe, will t«charseis per «at. per month; tKOand em, tselowsct market ra!e. - ¦ this Store Hoase having a ««pth of 1» (etthularn fire and thlef^mofraultx to store all v&taasle* , vA private Taicbinen for the premises; ab...

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Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857

IMPORTANT IMPROVF,MENT—. NEW. QA3 CONSUMING FURNACE CHUSOirS NEW CONE FURNJCP.. after having been put to the most seven teir, during the two cold wistkbs or 1856 asd 1857has '/roved to be the most powerful healer im tkt uror/rf, saving from W to X tho fuel over any of the best furnaces now in ose. Tbkss Fdhxacu or* constructed wttk a cost iron aih pitand a broad, shallow pan-shaped In pot, Used with fire-brick or iron staves. The are pot Is parCKHiDtedwlth A SERIES OF CONES, ol TAPERING RADIATORS, large and bread at their base, bat tapering to small apertur«jat the top, and uniting with the anular chamber , through which the heat and smoke pasa to the aue. Tax whole products of combustion la the form of jmalreand discs, are suspended directly over the fire, coxriKBD or compressed into the tapering Conks aad corrriOTALLT sxroscn to the direct action of the rays of heat and lightfrom the fire. This heat and light is brought to a roccs in sacs Com, not unlike the COLLECTION OF TH...

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