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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857
F< 'Brown's Essence of Jamaica Ginger *—This 1» truly a family medicine; at this season , when affections of the stomach and bowels are so common, no family, individual, or traveller should be without it. It is peculiarly efficacious in summer complaints of children, and is known and prescribed by the medical faculty. See advertisement. To all-who Want Money* -• Joues & 8oa > Brokers, corner Third and G&sklll streets , below Lombard, advance Cash , in large or small amounts, upon Watches, Jewelry, Plate, Guns, &c, on moderate terms. au4-St iilamagfa. On the 4th ln«t., at Marcus Hook, by Bov. J. H. Clemens, Ospt. HENRY MAY, of this city, to Miss LYDJCA A., daughter of the late Wm. McGlanghlio, of Marcus Hook. - # On the 4th lnst., in St. Matthew's Ohurch by Rev. E. W. HutterMr. DAVID R. GRIM to Miss EMMA, daughter of Conrad Knipe, Esq., both of this city. * On the 3d lust., at No. 242 Hanover Btreet, Kensington, by John G. Wilson, V. D. M., M...
Id=179 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857
SAMUEL NATHANS, AUCT1ONJSEB, and HONEY LOAN 0F7IG8, No. Ill Boot THIRD Street, below Walnnt, opposite Pear St., oolj eight doors below the Exchange. Hours of business from 7 o 'clock, A. M., aktil 10 o'clock la the evening. Out-door salesand soles at the Auction. Bono*, attended, upon the most satisfactory terms. CAPITAL *B0O,WO. Established far tht last Thirty Tears. ' . Advances-cudefroia one dollar tothottsoadaoa &fs> mondsSilver Plate, Watches, Jewelry, HuaworeII«r chaadlxeClothing,Furniture, Bedding,Clgars-Kaslcal Instmments, Guns, Horses, Carriages, and Goods e( every description. All goods con remain any length of time agreed upon. All advances, from one hundred dollars sad Bsvarat, will be charged 2 per cent, per month; $500 ud «T*r, the lowest -norket rate. Tbis Store Bouse having a depth of 129 feethas lorg* tire and thief-pr\)of vaults to store all volsabloi, oadaiHvate-watchmenfor-the premises; also, a heavy imq. ranee effected for the benefit of all per...
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857
Deaths On the 4th lnst., MARGARET, wife of John Rodgers, aged 42 yoars. 7he relatives and friends of tbe family are respectfully iuvited to attend the funeral, from the residence of her hunband jN.W. corner of Seventh and Christian streets, on Sunday afternoon, at 1 o'clock, without further notice. To proceed to St. Mary's Cemetery. * On Tuesday evening, after a short illneart, SUSAN, wife of the lato George Wilson, In the 77th year of her ago. The relatives and friends of the family are respectfully Invited to attend the funeralfrom the residiraco of her son, No. 917 Buttontf ood Htreet, below Tenth, this (Thursday) at 3 o'clock, without further notice. * On tho 3d lost., Dr. CALPER SOHEAFFER , in tile 74th year of his age. His relatives aud friends are respectfully invited to attend tho funeral from hifl lato residence, No. 708 Poplar ntreet, above Broad, this (Thursday) morning at 10 o'clock. # In Caimlcn. on tho 1A lust., Sirs. LOUISA BARRY, relict of tbe late Capt. John B...
Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857
[BeportedforThePro/oO NEWCASTLE ON TYNE—Bsxqo Vonus, Arkley—280 bbbl Venetian red 8 chaldrons gas coal S Morris Wain St Co: 66 casks bid powders 210 do sabioda 10 do hypo S soda 00 pkgs magnesia S It W Welsh; 114 casks nidse Powers Jc Wcightraan; 60bbls Venetian red I Lucas t Do; 248caskB sal soda Fuller i Cope; 63 do 20 do soda ash 20 do Alkali 400 kegs bicarb 'soda B JI Field, N Y; 61 tons grindstones J I! Mitchell; 34 casks carb barytes S4 do inozp order.' ' ' OALTKSTON—Sohr Florence, Mayo—3800 hides 130 hales wool 20 do deer skins 2 do hog skins 4 do goat fiklnn 8 bags ore 6 bxs radie order. , OALAIS^-Schr Smplre/Marfhall—804,000 latlin 60,-000 spruce Joist Twells & ftalvlu, ! PHILADELPHIA BOABD OF TBADE. ISRini. Monius, ) J08BFB 0. QlUBB, 5 COXSlTtaE OF TDB JiOSIil. Joax W«s», S LETTER BAGS Al tht Mtrcitmu' Eichangti Philadelphia. Ship Philadelphia. Poole,.... Liverpool, Aug. 15. Barque Japonlca, Sheldon Klo de JaneiroAug. 10 BarqUe Achilles, Spedden, London, soon B...
Id=121 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857
DANIEL DOUGHERTY , ATTORNEY AT LAWSoutheast Corner of EIGHTH and LOCUST Streets, Philadelphia. aul-ly YER STROUSE, ATTORNEY AT LAW, CENTRE street , PottsvUle; Pa. an4-ly JOHN BINNS, UNITED STATES COMMI3SIONER AND COMMISSIONER 0*'DEEDS, AND THE PROBATE OF ACCOUNTS 'for several States and Territories. He isby l»Wj authorised to administer Oaths, and AfCnuations to 2>» feselved In all the Courts in Pennsylvania. ,o . JOUN BINNS may be found,In his officeNo. 116 South SIXTH Street, opposite the County Court House, from 8 A.M. to 6 P.M. ; aul-lm "SXTANTEDIN 0AMDEN-G00D PLAIN T f . boardby * young ¦ man, In a respectable family, Mechanic or otherwise. Ootnforts or a homo desired. A liberal'snoe will b«pstd. Address M. J. 0., Ledg>? Offloe. . .aoO-SH* PliEASANT ROOMS, " WITH BOARD con lie obtained at No. 014, Wood street, above Marshall. ¦ ' " ' aW-ati* . WANTED—A BOY to run errands and make himself generally useful. Apply before ten . clod, at 4M MARKET »Wrt, up «ata&...
Id=181 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857
LEHIGH AND SCHUYLKILL COAL.— DALY, PORTER t CO., COAL DEALERS. So 821 PRIME Streetabove »«>&, keep eonstMUTOn hand, at tbe very lowest rates, a full supply of Luifh and Sthttvlkill Ooal. islj. C OAL! COAL! COAL!—TAGGABT* CELEBSATED SPRING MOUNTAIN LBHIQH COAL. i ¦ J. &. R. CABTER'SGREISWOOD, TAMAQCA COAL GEORGE W. SNYDER-S PINE FORSST SCKnTL-" KILL COAL. BANDALL & MEREDITH Have for sale, and are constantly receiving from th» above celebrated Collieries, COAL OF ALL SIZES. There is. no Coal mined anywhere, equal la qulity to these, and a trial will convince any oaa of Uulr seat superiority. Our Coal la verr eartfully ocnemd at «u yardsand we wiU warrant it perfectly frM from altit, dust and all impurities. Our PBICJtSarsuLOWutk* VERY LOWEST. ' Orders left at our OBee, No. 3 SOUTH FRONT strast, above Walnut. ' \ Orders left at our Yard, OALLOWHILL street, btlow BROAD street. Orders left at our V«rf, WATSR street, above CALLOWHILL—or seat ts either pl...
Id=142 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857
GREAT WESTERN INSURANCE AND TRUST CO.. PHILADELPHIA, No. S31 (late 107) WALNUT STREET. Charter perpetual. Autboriied capital, $500 000. FIRE INSURANCE—On merchandise generally, household furniture, on stores, dwellings, &c. Limited or perpetual. MARINE INSURANCE-On cargoes, freights, and vessels, to all parts of the world. INLAND INSURANCE—On goods by rivers, canals, lakes, and land carriage, to all parts of the country. DinXOTORS. Charles 0. Latfexop, 1423 Walnut Street Alexander WhUldin, 14 North Front Street. Henry D. Mooij, Farquhar BuildingsWalnut St. John C. Hunter, firm of Wrlgbt, Hunter 4c Co. H. Tracy, firm o\ Tracy & Baker. Tbos. L. GUlelple, firm of Glllesple k. Zeller. Stillwell S. Bishop, firm of Bishop, Simons &. Co. William Darling, (late of Reading.) Isaac HatlehurBtAttorney and Counsellor. J. R. McCurdy, firm or Jones, White Jc McCurdy. John Rice00 South Fourth Street. Joa. B. Smith, firm of James B. Smi' .h & Co. Theo. W. BakerGold...
Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857
Parkinson 1 * Garden—An Extrnordlnary Vocalist!—Those who have not yet heard the extraordinary young vocalist, Miss Aonxb SDTHEnLANi) , who hah won for herself in England tbe distinguished sobriquet of '".Ue Scottish Nightingale," now Hinging at Parkinsons' * Garden, have a pleasure in storo of no ordinary character, and for which thoy will thank us for directing their attention to the Promenade Concerts given nightly in that delightful place. A select and powerful orchestra, under tbe direction of our distinguished Musical Profc&aor , Leopold Mmgnen , Esq., both give Bupport to the eminent vocal talent engaged , and performs a rich selection of Operatic and miscellaneous gems, Incltidiug Orertures, Marches, Polkas , WftltEes, &c, &c. The great feature of the entertainment ' , however, is tbe '¦Nightingale ," whose voice for sweetness, power and cfrect will favorably compare with any one ever heard in Philadelphia. If auy should doubt this assertion , let t...
Id=127 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857
tttaUties, ' Jtmi\m, *&i BA ILEY & CO., CHESTNUT STREET, Manufacturers of BRITISH STERLING SILVER WARS, --: Uunder their inspection, on the premises exclusively* Citisens and Strangers are Iuvited to visit our monu'"^ ' BATCHES. ' Constantly on hand a iple&did stock of Superior Gold Watches, of all tee celebrated makers. DIAMONDS. Necklaces, Bracelets, Brooches, Ear-Wop, Finger-RingB, and all other artieles in the Diamond line* Drawings of NEW DESIGNS will be made free of charge for those wishing work mode to order. RICH GOLD JEWELRY. A beautiful assortment of all the new styles of Fine Jewelry, such as Mosaic , Stone and Shell Cameo, Pearl, Coral, Carbuncle, Marqnlsite, Lara , &c., Ac. SHEFFIELD CASTORS, BASKETS, WAITERS, *e. Also , Bronie and Marble CLOCKS, of newest styles, and of superior quality. aul-d twiw ly
Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857
BOnXEN'S WEESP ANCHOR GIN .Constantly on hand and for sale by the subscribers, sole Importers of this Gin. HENRY BOHLEN Sc CO., auS-3t No. 221 and 223 South Fourth St. (H jC ONLY FOR BOOK-KEEPING, AND <fl )tll ?3 for Writing, at TWINING'8 ROOM. No. 232 North EIGHTn STREET. auB-3t» EMOVAL—ADAMS' BLANK BOOK and JOB BINDERY , from THIRP street, to No. 636 AHCH streetbelow SIXTH. Blank Books all sUe oh hand, or made to order. Magazines, Music&c, neatly bound VERY CHEAP. au6-6w BRANDIES.—Finet, Castillon & Co., Marett& Co., and other brands of Cognacs of various vintages, in half pipes and quarter casks: Pelievoisin Rochelle Brandies, pale and dark, in half pipes, quarter casks and one-eighth casks, ail in Custom House stores, imported and for sale by HENRY BOHIiEN * CO., au 8 . Noa. 221 and 223 South Fourth street. CJARDINES.—100 esses of CO half boxTs >3 each, in store and for sale by HENRY BO1ILBN & CO., au e Nos. 221 and 223 8. Fourth...
Id=177 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857
Jobx Batlis, Auctioneer, " ' NO- 325 ARCH STREET, between THTBD AND FOURTH STBSKTS. SALES EVERY EVENING at 8 o'doefc, ' Of Beoti, Shoes, Brogons, Goiters, Hardwan, CslteT, WatchesJewelry, Hosiery, Whips, Trunks * . l*m Goods, bottom, ic*fcc. N. B. Terms of Night Sales, fourmntfcj cr**4tt approved City acceptsnc«sfar mm* of $100 osd tmt, with interest added from date of sale. CARD.—On Moor Sales solicited of HotutbsM Faruiture at dwellings, Stocks of HardmnCndirwritm' Sales of Hardware. Cutlery, &e. Coasinae&t* sectcited to be sold at the Auction B«mn. CiargMiMtit* ate. Apply as above. Advances nude oal Cont%nm«jBti of Goods. aal ltt Br G»o. W. Surra, Auctioneer. NE. CORNER OF BABBOIT AND • SOUTH STRSSTS, above Second. EVENING SALES. 8ALE3 EVERY SATURDAY IVKflHG' At 7 « o'clock, at the Auction Store, of Hardwire , Cutlery, Housekeeping Articles, Clothing, Watches, J«w»lry, Fancy Articles, Ac.
Id=185 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857
®ao fixtures. A RCHER, WASNEB, SIISKEY sV'OO., ii Manafacturers of GASALISRS, BtUOXXTS.^HUl ' DANTS, FITTINGS, and all kinds of QASaoa TflSrt WORK/ GIRANDOLES, fto^J To. 32» OtUw iS* Street, Philadelphia. AROHgR , WARK^JtTOTSi . 316 BROADWAY, New YorkTBaaaia«rWtFVMS Gas Pipes, and all kinds of altering aoj ntfaJtixV *f WF. WABBURTON, FASHIONASLB .. ?S A "^ No - « <> 0HMTOOT SteJIfwi Fifth, PhiUdelnhlo. . aai-isit, CHARES IN."THE ACADEMY OFHS". ?3 SIC" WANTKD by ^ . * W. 0. B5ICGK3, General Arimt,
Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857
Special Notices. Savlnu Fund—Five Per Cent. Interest^National Safety Trust Company, in Walkut Street , southwest-corner of Tsian Street, Philaoblpbia. Assets over Omb Million ako a Half or Dcllabs , invested in RIAL Estate, Mohtoaoes .CIrooso Rbsts, and other arat class sccuiitiM , m required by the charter. This institution co&flneB its business entirely to the receiving of money on deposit. Any sum, Urge or small, Is received, and the money Is always paid back , without notice, to any amount. The office is open every d»y from 9 o'clock in the morning until 7 o'clock In tho evening, and on Monday and Thursday evenings until 0 o'clock.
Id=107 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857
iAmnscmcniG ACADEMX OP MUSIC, BBOAD AND LOCUST Streets.—Mr. G. A. MAU3UALLBole Les»et.-The PROMENADE CONCERT at this establishment is nightly honored by Enthusiasm, Popularity and Fttthton. THIS EVENING , August Oth, new and attractive features. M'LLE. SCUULLER, SIGNOR VIERI, their tlrst engagement in America; MISS 0. RI0HING8, MR. FHAZER, CARL BERGMAN, and the GERMANIA ORCHESTRA. Admittance 25 cents. auS-Qt
Id=106 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857
personal WE , THE UNDERSIGNED, POLICE OScers of tbe TWENTIETH WARD, take this method of Returning their Thanks to Sergeant ALEX. MoUHIDK, of the Twenty-Brat Ward, for his offlwr-like and gentlemanly conduct towards us, as officers at the Pic-Nic held at Strawberry Mansion , on the 3d inat, LEVI LANCASTER, PETER BARTHOLOMEW , FRANCIS ALDRIDGE , C. MARTINO, It* M. B. VANDBRGRIFT.
Id=180 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857
QlooI CJCHUYLKILL AND LEHIGH COAL.— to IamdaUynceiving,atmyyard,tlubSiitaualitvot SCHUYLKILL AND LEHIGH COAL. My customers, and all others who may favor me with their orders, may rely on getting Coal that will be sitlitactory to theai, ]J7- No Inferior Coal kept at this estabUshaMa« to otter at LOW PRICES. ALEXANmSBXjONVBW, aul-tf N. E. comer ot Broad. andOhMiySt*.