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Id= 93 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857
SnennI Notices An Editorial from yesterday 's Peniiiyivaiilan. —Professor Saunder's Institute, West Philadelphia.— This Seminary most eligibly located in West Philadelphia, has received tho highe&t coimuendatloitB from Judge Lewis, Gen. Wynkoop, Col. Fotuoy, G.O. Weatcott, Esq., and others who have hud sons or wards under the charge of Prof, ftoundiirs. Wu ttiku pleabUfti in adding that his educational plan in such, that student* find books 6 recreation rather than a ttdious task; and that mlldneps and the law of love are alone depended upon to insure attention in the school room. Onr personal ex* perience enables ub to gi\o a willing endorsement to the many flattering oncojiiuins which the Professor and hi* Institute havft pocclvwl. hii7.it
Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857
Savins Fund—Five Per Cent. Interest—National Safety Trust Company, in Wal.nut Street, southwest corner of Thiri» Street, Philadelphia. Assets over One Million and a Half of Dollars, invested in Real Estate, Mohtqaoes.Gkounp Rests, and other first class securities, as required by tht> charter. This institution confines its business entirely to the receiving of money 011 deposit. Any sum, large or small, is received, and the money is vXv,ays paid hack, without notice, to any amount. The office in open every day from 9 o'clock in the morning until 7 o'clock In the evening, and on Monday and Thursday oveningH until 0 o'clock.
Id=200 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857
©as JTixlntts. AKCHER, VaRNER, MISKET 8e " co. ' , Manufacturers of OA3.U,1KRS , BBACKBTS, PENDANTS, PITTINQS. and all kinds of OAS aad LAMP WORK, GIRANDOLES , *c, No. 329 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia. ARCHER, WARNER * CO, No 376 BROADWAY, New York. Baildlnrc fitted Vrith Gas Pipes, aud all kinds of altering and repairinir cf Qaa Work. anl-lm* . P. WARBTOTON, FASHIONABLE ¦ o ,v IS1TTKR ' No - ?» CHSSISTIX Strert, belo, ri[tt,Phil*lelfii«, (oi-lan
Id= 83 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857
PJIILADBLPHIA BOABD OB TBADE. IflBiEI, JlOKKIS, 1 . joseph o. 0robb, > comvitteb 09 ibb montu. Josh Wh.sk, ) ~ < : LETTER BAG* ~ At tht Merchant*'.Exchange, Philadelphia. Ship PhiladelphiaPoole, .Liverpool, Aug. 16. Barque Japoulca , Bhcldon Bio de JaneiroAug, 10 Barque 'Achilles, Spedden,........'..., London, soon Barque David Lapsley, Bishop Matanzas, soon. Brig £ureka, Dam, Cardonas, soon Brig Black Squall, Bryant, Havana, soon. Brig F.Vabars, 1 Burns,... gt. Jagode Cuba, soou.
Id= 98 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857
ffianiaaes On tho 4th in»t., by ltev. Fayotto Davidson, or the Church of tho BwleeiiW. Mr. JOSEPH ARMSTRONG, or this city, to MiBS SALME ANN PIUOE , late o Milrord, Do!. ' * On the 12th ult . by Rev. Mr. JolinnonMr. GEORGE HICKS to Mi»» MIMA SUPLKE.both of We at Philadelphia. . # On tho 20th ult., hy Her. T. Yeakel, Mr. QEOHQE A. HINEMANN to Mim CAROLINE QRAULIOH , both ol thlicitr. ' ' # In Trinity Church, Oxford, June 12th, by liov. E. Y. Buchanan, PHILIP IIAU.IDAY to ELIZABETH LANCASTER, both of Twenty-second Ward, Phlla *
Id=194 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857
CooJ SIOHUYLKILL AND LEHIGH COAL.— ™ m **"¦£ TK '""'tl »* my yard, the Imit quality of SCinTYLKILL AND 1KHIQH COAL. Mj- cujtomers, and all others who may favor me with their orderemar relyon (retting Cool that will he latisfictory to them. JD~ So inferior Coal kept at thia eitablisiunent to offer at 1OW PKICEa. ALEXANDER CONVERT, anl-U N. E. comer ot Broad and Cherry Sto.
Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857
AMES SHERIPAN, MERCHANT I* TAILOR, Nos. 16 and 18 South NINTH STREET, ABOVK CHESTNUT. A large and well selected stock of CLOTHS aud CASSIMUKES always on hand. All Clothing made at this Establishment will be of tho best Quality, and in the most fashionable style. Particular attention given to UNIFORM CLOTHING. auB-tf
Id= 97 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857
F. Brawn's Essence of Jamaica <J1ngrr.~ This is truly a family medicine; at this season, when affections of the stomach and boweU 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.
Id=206 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857
" "" Fatthing" wttri hira<a«y8 Lord Fltzwilliam) could hardly bo ialled';a''relaxation '), fat, ho .WQuld. enter into tho-business with all the earSatness. 'ftnd"indrs' thaii the usualinformation s of those who practice it for a maintenarice.' He was seldom more Intent on any subject than when discussing questions of ag-V iouUure'with practical farmers in his neighborhood, walking ovor their lands ana winning their tespeot and regard as iyeU by the knowlodge^ho displayed of all the details of their prtfesslon, as by tho p lainness and courtesy of his manners." '"I have tjeeti a farmer (Bnrko himself wriies) for twenty-seven years, and it. is a :trade*the most precarious in its advantages, the most liable to lossesand the least profitable of any that is "fiumed ' on.' It requires ten times ' more of labor, of vigilance, of attentioii, of skill,' and, let me add, of good fortune; also, to carry oh the business with saccess, than what belongs to any other trade,"* ' ¦¦•¦¦¦ '...
Id=261 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857
RESOLUTION. PROPOSING.AMENDMENTS TO THE 00N8TITUI0N 0B THE COM- monwealth. Resolved by the Senate and Home of K4presmtottees of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania i* Central Assembly met: That the following amendments are proposed to the Constitution of the Cotnmonwaltb. In jeeordanee with ihe previsions of the tenth article thereof. FIH3T AMEiTDMKST. Thero shall be an additional artldB to xald Constitution to he designated as article eleven, as follows:— ARTI0LI XI. OF PUBLIC DEBTS. Section 1. The State may contract debitto supply casual deficit or failures in revenuesor to meet exi*n^ ses not otherwise provided for; but tbe aggrftgaU amount of nnch debts direct and contingentvheth ^ er contracted by virtue of one or more acts of tho general assembly, or at different periods of time.shall never exceed seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and the money arising from the creation of such debts, shall be applied to the purposo for which it wail obtained, or to repay the debt...
Id=205 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857
[FrottFMSec's.Migaiine.J':*.-; .. . A DAY AT BEACONSPiELb , • Oire ofthe .branches, ,of; the Qraa^Mfcsteui Railway ban brought an ,iuu!re?tipg ' spot-'fa Bucktngbiaiaahlre within the limits of a moraine's excursion. The little. towii(of, BeaconsfleloV is,npw r withiB a,distancejof-ab ' ouV two miles from one, of the 'stations of the Weyconibe line; and;* pictnresquewalk through shady lanesand oyer opori; breezy fields, loads to ' tbe church within which rep'ose the . ' je njiins orEdnmnd Burko. ¦ At a short distance from tbe village are the mini of what ^as. bnee, the counfay-houso of the' iflustfious - statesman'; the farm which lie cultivated was, contiguous. To: these retreats,',which must be forever' sai cred in tile eyes of Englishmen,, he retired,'at the close of hid great public career, to meditate in solitude on the instability;of hamaa institutions,.to mourn for a.short period his ' priyate sorrows, and—to die -.-•¦' On a bright, summer day in June, alighting at the ¦...
Id=207 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857
FOREIGN ITEMS The gross public income and expenditure returns pf the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland in the your ended the 30th day of June, 1857, shows that the income from tho differcntitems makes a grand total of £72.0117.821 19a.-5d. Tho total of tho expenditure was £71,756,710-12s. lOd. The excess of incomo over expenditure in tho year was tberoforo £311,111 fla. 7a. A high Parliamentary functionary may be said to ' bo in difficulties. The Housu of Commons is not at all crushed by its Speaker, There have been too frequent occasions of late whon Parliamentary managers havo beon hoard to murmnr, " Oh for an hour of Shaw Lefovro ' ¦" But it is not every man that has an unimpeachable chost, which is tho grand point of departure) in tho government of bodiea of men. It was lately declared in the British Parliament that ltfil to 1857, a period of undoubted prosperity, the population of Ireland hud decreased, principally by emigration, 754.3iH, Distrust ov Lord Palmbe...
Id=209 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857
Summer Ikfiorto. THE MOUNTAIN HOUSE, CAPON SH11NG3. VIRGINIA, v.\\\ ho opened for the reception of visitors on S1ONUAV,'J2d JUNE, and will romftln opoo until the 1st OCTOBKK. Through TicltoU can be olitRinofi nt Baltimore , "WashingtonHlchmoml and Alexandria. PaHflonRerft leavlna Baltlmttre in thn uai-ly morning train, via Aloxnndrift ud Manasasn Oau llailroad to Strasmirtf, roncli tho Spring. 1) from 5 to C o'clock ruui evening, and those fronr B.iltimi>ra and the West , via Hfirocr'H Vorry and Winchester, from 8 to 9 P. M, oul-2w J. N. BUCK , Proprietor, MOUNTAIN HOUSE, Capon Hhiikos, July 22d18&7. A OAHD.^l'ho Bubncriuer having understood that reportR nre \n circulation in Dftltimore that he intendH cloning the Mountain ifouw Tor the soaion, tiifton this method of contradict ing tbom t »nd nayin^, while tlie coranany is not quite so largo m usual, ntlllit In fair, conBideriug tho lateneis «f the soshouwith daily accession* and r profipect of a much later season...
Id=248 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857
AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY.—Incorporated by the Legialature of Pennsylvania. Capital $500,000. Charter perpetual. Office In tho Company's BuildlngB, S. E. Corner of WALNUT and FOURTH Streets, Philadelphia. This Company Insures lives during the natural life, or fur short terinB, at the usual mutual rates of other sound companies, 8tock rates about Twestt per cent, lower than above. Premiums may be paid quarterly, half yearly or yearly. FIVE PER CENT. SAVINGS FUND. Money received on deposit dally, ty this old-established Institutionreturnable in Gold, on demand, with Gve per cent. Interest added. Office hours from U A. M. till 6 P. M., and on Mondays till 8 P. JI. ALEXANDER Wl/lLLDIN John O. Sius, Sec'y. [aul-lotl President. MA NUFACTURERS' INSURANCE COMPANY.—Charter Perpetual. Granted by the State of Pennsylvania. Capital, $500,000. Fire, Marine, and Inland Transportation. DIRECTORS. Aaron S. Lippincott, Charles Wise, Wm. A. Rhodes, Alfred Weeks, Charles J. 1'ield,...