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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857
v A Great OEttaWltliment.—The Salamander Bafe Factory of Vtaw ' ri. Evasb t Waisos, !b ono of tho mo»t Interesting establishments in tho city. The building in which their operations are carried on, is to be found in Eighth, etroet, near Vino; the sales-room being at No. 20 South Fourth ' street. Botwcon fifty and sixty men are employed in the various departments of the manufacturing establishment. Some Idea of the extent of their labors may bo formed from a statement of the work they have now in hand. Their workmen are now engaged in constructing large safes for the following new banks:—One for the Strausburg Bank, lined all through with chlUed iron/weighing about 6,000 pounds; one of tho sama size and material for the BouthweKtern Bank of Virginia; and one for the 'Bank of Jer»ev Shore, Pa.; two for the Cataragua'Bank; one for a private banking house in Wilkesbarro, Pa.; ono for a private banking house at Norrlstown, Pa.; and ono large set of chilled Iron bank vault doors for a...
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857
• Saving Ftfnd—Five Per Cent. Iuterrst—National Safety Trust Compor J, in Walkot Street, southwest corner of Third 8treet, Phii.adki.pkia. Anticta more than Osi Million ahd a Half op Dollaiw, all invested in BUl Estate, Mohtoaqes, Giioujd Rbhts, and other firsi class securities, as required by the char, ter. This old and well-established Institution confines Its business entiroly to the receiving of money on deposit. Any sum, large or small, is received, and the money I« always paid back, without notice, to any amount. Tho office. U open every day from 9 o'clock in the morning until 7 o ' 'clock in the evening, and on Monday and Thursday evenings until 9 o'clock. F. Brown's Estencr of Jamaica Ginger—This Is truly a family medicine; at this season, when affections of the stomach and bowels arc so common * no family, individual, or traveller should be without it. It Is peculiarly eBlcaclous ii summer complaints of children, and it known and prescribed by the medical faculty. See adv...
Id=192 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857
LEHIGH AND SCHUYLKILL COAL^- DALY, POBTBR Jt CO.. COAL 9E&UEB3, So. 821 PRIME Streetabove Eighth, keep constantly on r-*nd, at the Tery lowest rates, a fill supply of Lehij-h a. 1 SchnylkUl Coal. .«l-«m COAL! COAL! COAL!—TAGGART' 3 CELEBRATED SPBINQ MOP.NTAIN LEUIGU COAL. J. JkB.CABTXS'SOKESNWOOD .TAHAqUAOOAL OBOROS W. fflJYDBB'S PINE JrOBSST SCHTYLKILL COAL. RANDALL & MEREDITH Have for sale, and are constantly receivlsjr from the oIoto celebnteA GelUertes, COAL OF ALL SIZES. There is-no Coal mined anjirhere , equal In quality to these , and a trial will convince any- one of their neat supenorlty. Our Coal is very carefully screened at our yavdg, sod we will wamnt it perfectiv free from vlste, dust and all impurities. Onr PBIOES ' areasLOW asthe VERY LOWEST. Orders left at our Office, No. 3 SOUTH FROST street, above Walnut. Orders left at our Yard , CALLOWHILL street, below BROAD street. Orders left at our Wharf. WATER street, above CALLOWHILL—or tent to either p...
Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857
GREAT -WESTERN INSURANCE AND TRUST CO., PHILADELPHIA, No. 3D1 (late 107) WALNUT STREET. Charter perpetual. Authorised capital, $(30000. WRK IHBtaANOE—On tnir<:rmn.!l»o generally, household fcrniture, on stores, dwellings, ftc. Limited " kiT/uNK INSURANCE—On cargoes,, freights, and vessels, to all parts' of the world. INLAND INSURANCE—On.goods by rivers, canalB, lakes, nod land carriage, to all parts of the country. uiuxotors, Charles C. Lathrop, 1424 Walnut Street > Alexander Whilldln; 14 North Front Street. Henry D. Moore, Farquhar Buildings, Walnut St. John 0. Hunter, firm of Wright, Hunter ft do. E. Tracy, firm of Tracy ft Baker, - Thos. L. Gllleaple, firm of Glllciple ft Holler. gtillwell 8. Bishop, firm (if Bishop, Simons ft Co.-' i William Darling , (Into of Heading.) . ; Isaac HozlohurstAttorney and Onungallor.' r . J. R.MoOurdy, flrm of Jones. White ft McOurdy. John Rice00 South Fourth Street. Jos. B. Smith, firm of James B. Smith ft Oo. vTheo. W. Baker, Gold...
Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857
. Farkinson*s Garden—An Extraordinary Xo» ulUtl—Those who have not yet heard the extraordinary young ' vocollst, Miss Agxeb Botuerlakd, who has won for herself in England the distinguished sobriquet of "the Scottish Nightingale," now singing at Parkinsons's Garden, have a pleasure in store of no ordinary character, and for which they will thank us for directing their attention to the Promenado Concerts given nightly in that delightful place. A select and powerful orchestra, usder the direction of our distinguished Musical Professor, Leopold Meignen, Esq., both give support to the epiinent vocal taleat engaged, and performs a rich belectlyn of Operatic and miscellaneous gems, including Overtures, Marches, Polkas, Waltzes, ftc, ftc. The great feature of the entertainment, however, Is the ' "Nightingale" ,' 1 whose voice for sweetness, power and effect will favorably compare with any ono ever heard In Philadelphia. If any should doubt thla assertion let them but ljBtcn to her renderi...
Id=146 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857
tootdjw, 3mt\s^JS! ,t> BAILEY &OO., CHESTNUT STEEBT, t . , Manufacturers of •«!'< ' •' '< ¦ BRITISH STERLING SILVSB jftXf, ' : ' Uunder their U4p«ctioa , 'on tie premises'toswivtly. Cithern and Strtngera are Invited to visit cvt nunufoctory. . ' , , 'WATCHES. Constantly on baud a splendid stock of Superior Gold. ' . .Watchss, of all the celebrated makers. DIAMONDS. Necklaces, Bracelets, Brooches, Ear-Rings, Finger-Rings, and all other articles in the Diamond line. Drawings of NEW DESIGNS wiU be made free or charge for those wishing work made ,to order. ' RICH GOLD JEWELRY. A beautiful assortment of all the new style, of Vina Jewelry, such as Mosaic, Stone and Shell Cameo, ' , Pearl, Coral, Carbuncle, Morquiaite, Lava, &c, &e. SHEFFIELD CASTORS, BASKETS, WAITERS, to. Also, Bronx, ant Marble CLOCKS , of newest atylef, and of superior quality. . .aj-d twftw ly
Id=165 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857
r^OUNTEY -COLLECTIONS mado with \^ promptness and at the usual rates, hy , , DAVIS Ic BIRNEY, No. 25 South TIUBD Street, Philadelphia. They Invite attrition to their unequalled facilities for the adjustment of controversies in all p&rta of-the Uuitcd States and Canadas, and collecting and Recurina MERCANTILE CLAIMS, ¦ afforded hy their thorough organitttion; having local agents in every settled county in thtVUalon , and by pros* perous associate office* in . . ¦ Boston, Louisvilldj Dobuqun New York, St. Louis. Detroit, Baltimore, Cincinnati, St Paul's Washington, Bitj»burgh, Milwaukie, Charleston, ChicagoMemphis, Mohile, ,HW Orleans, Savannah Each local offlca controlling ita own collections and having daily business connections with the most reliable and experienced ftttorneyf) Inthecountry They also have mperlor racnities for collecting draft! •»* matwrlag paper at points not acccuiblo to Banka and Bapken, aud Remittancea are promptly mode by their correspondents for com...
Id=105 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857
SDCf!tl)0 On Tuesday, 4th Inst,, JOHN, infant son of John and SarahMcOuo, ' '' ' ' ' • Tho relatives and friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend tho funeral, from tho residence of the parent*. No. 24 Charles street, below Washington, this (Wednesday) afternoon, at 6 o'clock. * On tho 2d Inst.. RA0I1KL W.ydauglitcr of George and Syhelta Roberts, aged 22 years. i- m Tho relatives aud frlonds of the,family are respectfully invited to attend tha funeral, from the residence of her father, Ninth street, above Coates, this (Wednesday mornlngj at 9 o'clock. , J ¦ * On tho 3d inst., Mr. THOMAS LIANTIF.lt, in the C2d >enr of his age.,. . , The relatives and friends are respectfully Invited to attend the funeral, from his 1 lato'rosldence, Ny.'SOS S. Second Btreotbelow Catharine, this (Wodnesdaj-) afternoon, at 4 o'clock. > , . ' * On Sunday last, Mrs. LYDIA MOORE, aged 77 years!, late of Now York. llcr funeral will take placb from the residence of her son,...
Id=166 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857
TMEECHAJITS' HOTEL . CAPE ISLAND, J-TJB. K. 3'.. is now open for the reception of visitors. This House is situated within a hundred yards or * the Beach. The Proprietor promises that no care shall be spared to render those comfortable vho will favor him with their patronage. Temu moderate. aug3-lw# J. LYONS, Proprietor. LUMBER! LUMBER!!—The subscriber, irho hoi for leveral years occupied the premises at Eloan'a Planing Mill, Kensington, has removed to COATJS STREET WHARF, adjoining th» Phoraix Planing Mill, on Delaware avennewhere he intends keeping a largo assortment of Carolina and other flooring ooards, stops, - risers, shelving, ceiling, fencing and ¦ oafTold boards, thoroughly seasoned and well worked. For sole at the lowest cash prices. Purchasers are invlted to oall and examine for thsauerres. and every effort will bo made to give satisfaction. Orders received and supplied at tha shortest aottct for all kinds and sizes of Southern yellow Pint, Timber and SeantUnt. aoi-tr ...
Id=195 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857
rpHREE BRICKLAYERS TVANTED JL At Corner of NLNTH and CHERRY Streets.—None but good front workmen need apply. • au3-5t* OC YOUNG MEN WANTED.—For choice &*J corps of the American Anuy. Tine chance for travel, promotion and study. Excellent pay, and free board and clothing. Apply at 243 3. Front. au3-lw* ANTED A number of LABORING MEN; good wages given. Apply at Cherry Hill Po«t-omce, near Elkon, Cecil County, .•.iryland, for FRANCIS GREEN, Contractor. aaWSt*
Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857
ittuMfb On tho 2d inHt., at No. 243 Hanover street, K,ensing. ton, by John G. Wilson. V. D. M-. Mr. JOHN 0. Mo-OANN to Miss EMMA STAUTS, both of this city. * On tho 10th ult:, by the Banie, Mr. GEORGE SMITH to Miss REBECCA BURNSIDB, both of this city. • At St. LouiB, July)4th, by Bev. F. Picker, JOHN nERNABD, Em,, ol' St. Louis, to Miss KAT]B DUTON, of this city. ' ' ' * On tho2d Inst., by Rev. John Chambers, Mr. FERDINAND SIEYERS to Mills SUSANNAH BAILEY, <joth of this city. . , *
Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857
Gvinnscments A CADEMY OP MUSIC, BROAD AND J\. LOCUST Stroets^-Mr. E. A. MARSHALL, Sole Lessee.—PROMENADE CONCERTS.—A OBEAT SUO. CESS—THIS EVENING, August 1st, the followins artists will appear:—MAD. JOHANNSEN, MISS RICHINGS, SIQNOR AMODIOMR. FRAZER, and the great GF.RMAN1A ORCHESTXA, : Under the direction of OARL DEEQMAN. ' Admittance 35 cents. : .. aul-3t
Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857
Cool SCHUTLKILL AND LEHIGIT COAL.— lamdajlvKcelvini j atmyyard, thebeatqaaUWof SCHTTrLKISX AND LXEIGS COAL. My customers aad all others whs may favor me with their orders, mav relyongettinr0o*l tint iriUbesstbfactory to.them: ' JKilOWPBOB * ^ " >*"* «**™* * AUSXANDSR COSTKKT aul-tf • N.E. corner of Broadband Cherry Sb.
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857
IO. S. M.—A mooting, of .the I, O. S. M., • will be, held at the Hall, on THIS (Wednesday) AFTERNOON, at 0 o'clock. By order of the .' ' nu5-lt* ' ' ' ¦ ' ' " '.Q- .C. Vl^ANTEP—A BOY to run erran&i, and ii make himself generally useful. Apply before ten o'clock, at 481 MARKET street, up stairs. It*
Id=125 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857
WAN TED.—A Journoyroan HARNESS-. MAKER, to go to Bucks Countyabout twenty miles north ,of this city. < Inquire, at the Dlaek Uors Hotel , BEOWBttee*, Wow CaUowWH. .. »a«t* , r- ',,..(. '- .' . ¦ - i . j " ,.' ii ¦ iii RE SOLUTION r PROPOSING .AMENDMBNT8T0 THU00N3TITUI0N OP THB C0Mmonwealth.- ; j < ' r - * , He solved by the Senate and House of Represehtalives of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in Gen~ crai Assembly ' met: That tho following amendment* are prepobed to the Constitution or tho Coounonwalth. in .iccordance with the. provlsiooa or the tenth article lereof. FIKBT AMENDUKST, There fihdtl \» an additional article to fiatd Cons tit a tion to bo dealguated an article eleven, as follows :— ¦ , 1BTICLBXI. . OF PUBLIC DEBTS. SftOTtON 1, Tho State may contract'debtsto supply casual deficit or failures in rovenuoE. or to meet expento? not otherwise provided for; but the aggregate amount of ouch debts direct and contingentwhether contracted hy iflrtuo of on...
Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857
GHAHIiES P. OAM)WELL, WHIP AND - DANE MANUFACTURER , No. t North 'FOURTH mnt, iShOadilfthla., . , , ,:, , ,l, inuMm , , •' • . '" • • ¦ ' -¦ " ' ¦ ' I"' " ' ¦ ¦ '\ • ' ' i ,' .. ' , . J . i ' I i I - , ....
Id=214 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 5 August 1857
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