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Id= 46 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

' Objecting to anything which might appear Jifee sounding oto own jiraise , we have not yot referred to the; typography of This Pbess. We draw attention to it now, simply to do justice to ihe taste'and skill of Messrs. V.Pziovtn & .Sift ' o^ thto .city, by whamthB very clear, beaufifcl'type which w .6, iis8 was iBode. Their rep«itation,'aB type founder^, is indeed 80 high that it does not require to be endorsed by any dneV' We shall be content 5f ou* ' readers are as ' muchi satisfied with* the ' products of their ingenuity as we are,

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Id= 49 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

£ ¦ The third annual exhibition of the Delaware County Society for the promotion of Agriculture, Horticulture, Manufactures, the Mochanic and Household Arts, will be hold at Chester, on Thursday, Friday and Saturday, the seventeenth, eighteenth and nineteenth days of September. It is one of the most flourishing Agricultural Societies in the State. Their list of premiums is very large, and wo have no doubt that tho exhibition will do credit to the Committee who havo it charge and to the County

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Id= 61 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

Vtoi (he Now Vorfc pajtern of last evening.J 1UE CUNNINGHAM FRAUD »IIKKi:F(J*»KS A\ EXAMINATION

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Id= 56 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

rrom Washington. Was ii i not on, AuguBt 6,—The Shawnee, Kansas, Indiana having mads their selections &ad locations of cue hundred thousand acres, In accordance with the terms of the treaty betHeGn them aud the United State", nothing no-.r remains but the approval of tho selections by the President, before the residue of tho B!i«"w« lanilB will be optmed to B&lo Mid liro-e-roptUm. It* view of this cmidHton of tilings, the Comroissiouttr of the Guneral Land Office will Hbortly issue instruct I0118 to the Surveyor Geu«ral of Kaunas, to approve of tbo plausaud Biirveya , and transmit them to the proper Laud Offices. l'Uo clulma of white sottlerh who have already gouo on those lands will 110C ba recoga/zed. r Tho members of the Cabinet, at their nieetinj? this tnorniuQ, adopted an order for tbo clone of the Departtmonts, during to-morrow, as a token of respect to the ;l»te Mr. SoliMn. \ The Now Orleans papera vfhlch liavp been received here, contaiu no news oflspec...

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Id= 52 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

TELEGRAPHIC REPORTED EXPRESSLY FOR THE PRESS

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Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

ARRIVED. Steamship Bofltoa, Selleff, 22 hours from New York, viaCftpe May, with radge and passengers to J Ailderdice. Ship Tropic Bird. Foulkcs8 days from Turks IrIauU, with »U, *Vc. to Thos Wattwn & Sons Left at Dcmerara July 16, brig Thos Walter, Hiortb, wtgj at Turks IslandJuly 27, brig Cordova, for Providence, to sail next dav. Bacquo Gem, Hammond, 8 dayn from lioatou, with tndB» to Twellfl , UasklU & G»lvin. Brig Advance, Eaton, from New York. Schv James McCloskeyDlckenoa, 6 ilnys Troin Haddata, with stone to captain. Sclir Arletlfl Chnse, 19 daya from Pictou, with stone to Walter Hugh & Co. Schr L C Kelly, Eaton, 8 days from Calais, with lumber to M Trump & Sou. 8chr Wm A Newell, Bennett14 days from Jacksonville * with lumber to Button, Yanderveer 3c Co. Schr Milton, Pinkuey, 3 days from New York, in ballast to caDtain Schr Annie, Fleming, 1 day from Port Penn, Del. with oata to Bewly, Wilwm & Co. Bchr John W Uall, Holiingsworth, 2 d...

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

THE COURTS ¦ Qoabtbr SsssWsa-Jadge Allison.—Continuation of the ease of the Prophetess.—This ease was r . e«njned yesterdayat 10 o'clock., : .-, Christiana Rotmh<tnser, mom—Knowei Anna Meister; lived in the hoase ad » servantwith her; I know Mrs ^faamennan;«int bread andoaiea to her; she jnraiiraUy eat off gold and Bilver plates; I know aho hod a velvet 'spread; she wa3 not washed in wine that I know off I know that she drank wine; she done nothing in the house; got np in the morning »bj)ut,9 o'clwk, had,-her bair dressed fey Mrs, Mnntse'r, >nd in tho evening aomo of the congregation oatue to her; I heird ' her- preach about nine; inonths agofMrt. Munster kept the bouse. v= " ' J H: J - ¦ -,- -¦ ! ' "¦/'' ¦ ' '- 11 - ero«-Kra»»W. -^Waii there ..throe or four weaks: 1 did not seVwlne drank there while I was there; I did not ' .see her drink more than once, it was a small glass of win*. Christian Zimmerman, worn—I hare been married to.my present wife —years; Thav...

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Id=109 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

Ltd ol Arrlralt at the Principal Hotel! OIBABB H0D3B—Ohesnut street , below Ninth. Geo. Small k lady,'Balt. M. F.KoynLLexing'n,Mo. Mlsa Watklnaon, ¦ " M. 11. Wndilell, " F. Tioman, Pittsburgh. F. O Slorte , Illinois. Jiuiioh llailey, Baltimore. O. Halt, i. Jas. Darling, Jr., " A. Dutb, " Wm. 11 Stanley, Si-0. John Jones, Missouri Jolm Ileiidernou, Jr., Halt. A. C. SempleLouiuv Kv O C. tlictiimu, lo*a. J. Todil.C'illluvood. '' II. A. 8. D. DudUy, Bra- II. Q. Sauderton, Sprinsdy'a Bond, Pa. - field, Maks. 0. U. Window. '! A, J.SlatliOMs. Buffalo MIfs Dudley, Boston. Jacob Be?or, Cincinnati,O. J.F. ColeOlnciwittl, 0. Chas. II. DavisWorcester Qeo. D. Hall, St Louis. Miks Elliott , Paris. O.U. Hall, Lexington,Ky. Me. Rarlcy,London. S. P. Barrlollngton, Ky. B. W. Vi'ilkiin &. sister, J. D. Chambers, Wishing. Pittsburgh ton, Pa. • Mis, Bagaley, do Frank S. Holmes, aharles- Mm. S. Jones, do ton, S. O. I Theo. Bagaley, do B. V. FrenchNewVork. A. D. IVaikick, Virginia. M. Wilkin...

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Id=144 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

Drugs anb Idljeminite. FREDERICK BROWN,—CHEMIST AND DRUGGIST, north-east corner FIFTH ana CHESTNUT Streets, Philadelphia, sole Manufacturer of BROWN'S ESSENCE OF JAMAICA GINGER, which ia recognised and prescribed by the MeUical Faculty, and haa become the standard FAMILY MEDICINE of the United States. This Essence is a preparation of unusual excellence. During the Summor monthsno family or traveller should be without it. Id relaxation of the bowelsIn nausea, and particularly In sea sicknessit is an active and safe, as well as > pleasant and efficient remedy. CAUTION.—Persons desiring an article that can be relied upon, prepared solely from pure JAMAICA GINGER, aho-Qld be particular to ask for u Brown'B Essence of Jamaica Ginger" which is warranted to be what It is represented, and is prepared only by FREDERICK BROWNand for sale at his Drug and Chemical Store, north-east corner of FIFTH and CHESTNUT StreetsPhiladelphia; and by all the respectable Druggists and Apothecaries i...

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Id=124 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

JOHN DttEW'S NATIONAL THEATRE, WALNUT street, above EIGHTH—-Lessee and Manager John Drew. Prices—Dress Circle and Parquet, 37# cents; Orchestra Chairs50 cents; Seat* in .ytiv&te Box. 75 ceots; Family Circle, 25 cents. Doora open at 7 To commence at 8 o'clock. Box Office open from 10 to 3 o'clock, where Seats can be secured without extra charge. FBIDAY EVENING, August 7th, Eleventh night&nA JaHt but one, of the celebrated iEromiut »nd Wizard, M0NS. E. GODARD Whose Magical Soirees nightly attract crowds of the Elite aud fr'iifehion of Philadelphia. To conclude with the elegant Comedy, entitled DELICATE GROUND. Sanfroid Mr. J. Drew I Pauline Mrs. J.Drew ACADEMY OF MUSIC, BROAD AND LOCUST Streets.—Mr. ¥., A MARSHALLSole Lessee.—The PROMENADE CONCERT st thin efltab-Itahment is utghtly honored hy Enthusia^/n , Popularity and Fashion. THIS EVENING, August 6th, new and attractive features. M'LLE. BCHKLLKU, SIGNOR VIKRI, their fir.nt engagement in America; MISS C. RI0HINQ...

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Id= 80 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

Increase, $118,909 $213,944 . S51O . 323 Decrease, .. • -¦¦ ¦ ;. $38,862 The relieving notice of the Pennsylvania Railroad Opmpany la from' tho Cincinnati Inquirer. The polite aud gentlemanly conduct of the agents of the Pennsylvania Ballroad- and' their unobtrusive management of their business, have often beeu sneered at as wincing a lut of proper enterprise on tUe part of the Company; aud they have not unfreo . uently been contrasted with the parties soliciting business for rival readsin remarks far from complimentary. Now, it appears that the business of forcing railroad routes ' upon the notice of travellershas ~ beeu Overdone, and is reacting against the roads who hoped to benent by it, and the true merits of the system pursued by the Pennsylvania Bailroad Company begin to he appreciated. ,, 'MSlnw but bum ' cautious but pawevonng j ' In tho idea, attached to any Improvements in the Koystone State. ,W« are glad to record every improvement calculated-to'facilitate the intercou...

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Id=167 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

PROTHONOTARY OF THE DISTRICT COURT. JOHN *. M'SABBEJi, of Third Wori Subject to the rules of th« Democratic Party, aal-tf PROTHONOTARY OF THE DISTRICT COURT, GEORGE I. MEE8JSR, Twenty-second Ward. Suhject to Democratic Sales. aa-VtSeS F ~ OR RECORDER OF DEEDS—R. R. YOUNG, Seventh Ward. Subject to Democratic Rules. au-l-lm* OR CLERK OF QUARTER SESSIONS, SAMUEL C. THOMPSON, 6th Ward. Subject to the Rules of the Democratic Party. aal w&g ts$* OR CORONER—N. C. REID, M. D. Subject to Democratic Rules. au41m* OR CORONER—CHARLES S. PEALL " , Kiaet-e-anthVfard. I aaMw* T7I0R ASSEMBLY—FIRST DISTRICT.— X" JOSEPH H. DONNELLYFirst Ward. Subject to decision o (the Democratic Convention, snl-or* T?0R ASSEMBLY—THIRD DISTRICT.— •T DAVID R. McLEAN, Fourth Ward. Snbje-rt to Democratic Rules. aul-1** FOR ASSEMBLYJOSEPH HCNEKER,-Eighth District, Eleventh Ward. Snbject to Democratic Rules. ail lm* 171OR RECORDER OF DEEDS— " . CHARLE3 M. MILLER Fourteenth Ward Subject to Democratic Rnles, o...

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Id=111 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

Number Thirty-two Keady this Day. CONTKNTS OF TUIK WKKK*8 l'AFKR. TRAVEL NOTES IN BIBLE LANDS—No. IX. [Fiom our own Correspondent.] Illustration * • An Arab Council.—Service In the Greek Chapel of tha Holy Sepulchre. A Consultation with the Arabs.—Tho Jews' Wailing-Place.—The Streets of Jerusalem.—Tobacco Chewing. —Tho Church of tho Resurrection.—Monks of the Church Militant.—Greek meeting Latin.—Tlie waythey Fight for tha Sepulchre.—The Interior of the Church .— The Tomb.—Rueslan Chapel.—Last Hours in Jerusalem. WHY DOES CHIMB 1N0IIKASE ? NOTHING TO WEAR. STEAM NAVIGATION IN CHINA. PUBLIC DISCOMFORTS. CHAT. The Feiniulno Revelations of Broadway.—The Scotch Poison Trial.—Tho great Fete at Newport. LIFB AT SARATOGA. [Frora our no Correspondent.] THE MAN ABOUT TOWN. A Sick-Rooia. OUB EXCURSION TO THE FISHING BANKS. Illustrations : The Start.—What a Whopper.— Have a Sausage > —Amiable Festivities.—The Upturn Home. HOX. HENRY O. MUEPHY. With a Portrait. New Bookd ud Literary (J...

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Id=190 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

Wolds a? 4 Scorr, Auctioneers, A*>1 CHEST2OJT STBEET, OPPOSITE ^tOL THE OUS.T0M HOUSE, between Poarth and Fifth Streets. POSITIVE SALE OP A VALUABLE STOCK OP READY-MADE CLOTHIXG. OK 8ATUBDAY NEXT, Commencing at 10 o'clock precisely, we Trill sell, by catalogue, on a liberal credit, a valuable stock of City made Clothing, consisting of Gents' and Boys 1 Coats and Jackets, made in a superior manner, cf choice msisrUU GENTS' AND BOYS' PANTS, Made In the latest style, of every rarietjr ot mstarial. GENTS' AND BOYS' VESTS, Made in the best manner, of every variety of material. N. B.—The whole will be ready tor examination, with cataJoguei*, early oa the morning of s&l«, TtttTl pOtcluuera will flnd it to their interest to attend. FINE CHAMPAGNE WINE. OH SATURDAY, At 12 o'clock, will be sold, 30 baskets fioa Champagne Wine, quarts and pints. This is a very choice Wine, and worthy the particular attention of gentlemen desiring & Wine for borne consumption. CLARE...

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Id=115 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

SHARPE'S MEN'S AND BOYS ' CLOTHING, 148 North FOURTH Street, between Arch and Race. au6-ly rriHE FRENCH STUDY IS NOW OPEN. -I —DBI/ACROIX'S Course of French ; a thorough pructice of Explanatory Grammar. Requires no other application than the hours passed with the teacher, No. 0<" (l«te 31) FILBERT street. au7-2t ELMBOLD' 8 GENUINE PREPARATIO.N. Extract Buchu, for all Diseases of the Bladrter. Kidneys (imvgl Dropsy, Ncrvoua and Debilitated Snlferen. au7-3m* HELMUOLD's GENUINE PREPARATION . Extract Buchu, removes all the symptons, amoug which will lje found Indisposition to exertion, Loss of PowerLoss ol Mnuiory, Difficulty of Breathing, General Weakness, Horror of Disdtae, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Dreadrut Horror of Death, Night Sweats, Cold Feet, WnkefulnessDunUeH8 or VisionLanguor, Uni> ersal Lassitude of the Muscular System, often enormous Appetite or Dyspeptic Symptom, Hot HandB, Flushing* or the Body, Dryuess ot the SkinPallid Countenance, Eruptions on the Face,...

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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

THE WEEKLY PRESS, T/if Cheapest and Bat Weekly Newspaper in the Country. Great Inducements to Clubs. On tho 16th of AuguBt tho first number of Tun Weektv Press will lie issued from the City of Philadelphia. It will be published every Saturday. Tub Wbkrlt I'iiess will bo conducted upon National principles, and will uphold tho rights or tho States. It will resist ranaticism in every shape; and will bo devoted to consorvathe doctrines, an the true foundation of public prosperity and social order. Such aweekly journal has long been desired iu tho United States, and it is to gratify this want that The Wekklt Pimts will be published. Ivr. Weekly Phess will he printed on excellent white paper, clear, new type, and in quarto form, ror binding. It will contain the news or tho day ; Correspondence from the Old World and tho New; Domestic Intelll. gencoj Reports of tho various Mnrkcth; Literary Ito. views; Miscellaneous Selections; the progress of Agriculturo In all its various departments ,...

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Id= 78 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

I THE MONEY MARKET WZDSEBDAT, Aognat 6,1857. ' '( r Beading B*llroad stock recovered Trotn its fall ot yes- \ tndiy, at the Stock board tljis ' morning, With rather lftrge transactions. The other fancy Btockfl are stll^ drooping. ¦ . ,, I The tendodey to an Increase la tfae rates of dtocouiii at! %he hands of,the brokers, 1» becoming more marked ' as! ^QBinees gets Wlsk, end there Is fcu Increasftd dembBdl hr discount from tHe tapta, which is libaraily met. '!; ¦1 Tho steamer of ' ^wter daj- took {917,000 In specie. •! » The receipts of the long Island Railroad; for July, Show an increaae-oTflwrana over. Uio corruBimndlDg -ponth or last yeavMIng twelve per cent. I The receipts of the New Haven Company, for July, ^hoT «u Increase of $4097.19 over joose for July 1859, welog nearly five per cent. - > ~ ,. - -: c , Thoofflcltl etatement on tho Import* >t New Yorij, in "^July, shows a very large Increase ip entries over July arflset year; some tl6 ,6"0,0OO. ; ¦ Tho ...

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

NEW YORK STOCK EXCHANGE 3AIE3, Aug. 6. / ' ' ' A IfIRSI SOABn. 2000 ¦Virginia 6s SOU 100 Howling R j>3 72 V 2000 Missouri 6« 79)5 600 do S3 721 71,000 do MO 79# 550 do s3 72) 5000»1S 7«'7O 59 600 do s6 72j 500 do '76 59 660 do slO 72; • 6000 City 6s '70 93 200 do SlO 72J 1600 City 6s >98 93 1200 do 1)3 73 1000 Erie lstmBds 103 400 do 600 73 WOO Erie BdJ'7fi 79U 400 do b60 7S u . lOOOErWSdmBds 86 600 do c 72} -1000 Mich SBkgFd ~2)4 100 do b3 72; 1600111 Cen Mm »V 200 do »3 72> 41II OJreb Bight 124 HOD do 610 72 83IICJy Bight 124 43Mil * Ills R 60X 3000LCri5Ill Lnd 400MSiNIRb3 60 Grant RU 42 600 do c 49 U 3000O»lAChl2dm 81V 170. . do c 49) 3000 ' do . - 81 800 do S3 49 , 6 Bkof N Y . 109X 400 do 84 49 14 Bk of America 109^ 200 do «30 47 •26. , do 110 200 do «20 47 • lOMetropBt 106 V 100 do S2 49. 10 Bkof Com-. 104JJ 100. do s6 48« 15 Am E.I Kk , 111 100 : do nSO 40! 6 Bk N A 106 100 do- sJO 46 50 Venn Goal Co boo 83 2G Mich B It pfd 76 V ¦Si do 82X 37 do 76 10...

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Id=139 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

BOHLEN'S WEESP ANCHOR GIN Constantly on hand and for sale hy the subscribcrri, solo inipoiturs of this Gin HENF.Y liOHI.EN & CO , nuO-St No. 221 and 223 South Fourth St. dhK ONLY FOR BOOIC-KEKFING. AND <jpe»far.,r WritliiK, at TWININO'S H00M No 232 North EKIIITH ST11BET auO-3t* R " E M O VAL—ADAMS " ' " BEANK " BOOK and JO11 BINDERV, from TIIlItD street, to No 635 AHOH street, below SIXTH. Blank Books all size on handor mado to order. Magazines. Music. Ac , neatly bound VKKY CHEAP. auG-0» B ~~ RANi)i^. ^p i^cisriTtor«rco7rfl«- rett tc Co and other brands of Cognacs of various vintages, iu half pipea and quarter casks j Pellevoisiu Rochellu Ilrandies, pale and dark, in half I'ipeH, quarter casks and one-eighth casks, all in Custom House stores imported and for sale by ' HEN11V BOULRN t CO au 0 Nos. 221 and 223 South Fourth Btreet DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HIGHWAY3-0FFI0E, S. W. corner CHESTNUT and FIFTH Stioets. SEALED l'KOI'O3A[.S, entitled " FropoMls Tor Griding llr...

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Id=101 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

THE PRESS, 10W DAILY KEWSPAPEK BY JOHN W. FORNEY. I propose establishing a First Class Daily Newspaper In tho City of Philadelphia, on tho 1st of August, to be entitled "THE PRESS." " The Pke3s " will be Democratic in Us poIitiCH , and will suBtain the policy of the present Natioual Administration. It is my determination to make it worthy of the support of every clann of readers. Dignity, courtesy, and independence iu tho utteraucc of my sentiments , enterprise and efficiency in the Commercial, Literary and Ninvs Departments , and reBpoct for tho opinions of othern, will be kept constantly in view. Iliavo embarked all my own niBaiiq in thin project, iind intend building up a journal that wilt not ouly bo creditable to our City and our State, but will furnish me an independent livelihood. A somewhat extenfiivo experience In public life, and many years' connection with journatiHUi , will, I hope, obtain fur " Tub X'iuisb " a fnvorablo reception. My friendH iu tho different Wards a...

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