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Id=231 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

HANDY & MORRIS—MANUFACTURERS OF CUMBERLAND WROUGHT IRON TUBES ; FOB GAS, STBAM OR WATER. ' ALSO, OENERAL IRON COMMISSION MBRCHTS. Wtrehoose S. B. corner FRONT and WALNUT. aul-3m * JFire proof wafts

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Id=260 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

FLOORING BOARDS—23,580 feet Caro Una flooring boards, afloat, Tor sale by MARTIN * MAOALISTER aul 119 HortU Water Street.

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Id=259 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

ilARLES P. CALDWELL—Wholesale Manufacturer4 \J and Retail WHIP and CANE , No. Nnrth FOURTH Street. ™*

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Id= 4 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

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Id= 5 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

se: .^ Xsjdvb^fsire ;tlie.,,pulb:lio«x, IcBa(S}38Oftrcely' xphjinHhpiolijfict Shdi4esigri bf'tliis journal. ;ii6r4re«:iimstiW'Kn i 6wtt ( 'by;lt3i ! frUits. : My .jMuMBoft te t6' i t ttaW-a r thorongrj' rfevsptirjer sbpplete in all its depafttngiits ' t'fo' adclfeas ' ' *r^efe% j^on^nd ,^;p,atriqtisro, of the Mplo! in a word .^i ^ gupBty^ftil ^ a'cheap,' tfsttW0rthy.andi iatelligent- toodium of popu^ rinfoijuatiotti^-Trjacoqiirpliill'-these'results ml%pt^uf\^t^^JBl^,\&tse:'esp'endi- ^OT^iO.CimonoyisoonsMevable ' experieiice, and "*heemployment*fvaried'ability; Thebelief ^^a .n^p ftOTcnMuct€d;ppdn < tVisplati has SsyC?^Mg4»"5fifeimlM(rfl>6 upoii the pre- 6n^u Me5tafcSnK.'< j rK*iops> % that thore-were IrJy j'^ ryt^fllaiiyi-i^hioi T^njefJlbranieB, per- ^IMp^JEj ' ffl^-l' n^piSiBiMfflvan'la, ' and. el3ewnere,-anspiredi jno! witli additional confl- deu««4n'itt'Stfc%»s3« *' TheS'agrpeabl ' o Relation' s 1 I^h^MMp ftJgfpst^th'pse .engaged'in. ournaiSi...

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Id= 13 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

: GENERAL ¦NEWS:., .A' propasltlJn^SaMiFite^v To* papers togetu' pSi't««Bniotiiali 't»iI>r.tnil fonthd "oourngeous poaition";iit\,t»oJc in tbo!Cunninsl)W affair.; Ho is said to' to aaiember of Ihs faculty In •Igood and feglllar stAtia%:» 'and S'm&n 'Of • WnoV and integrity; Ono adnuter.of the IVxitorgonerouaiy ,dffer» Jocontribute tho magnificent.suin, of , teii j dol ^ ¦lari towartfa thp prorjOscd ^estim 'oniiil. " . '' f 'ThtrFreB'Masons ot ihe'Mb 1> fiHtish Ve ' gimontj' now 1 stalioneM'at ' Windaorj ¦EnJiBtJdi hBVo fo' their go&ession the -prigiiinl jtible; belonging,ta lodge JSo 227of (the Irish . Constitution, once-in existence In' thnt'corps, upon which (Jeorge Wsahington—afterwird ootamander-in-chiof of the ateij * of the. United Etatca.-was initiatca into the r?!? 9 of. Fr^e 'maaonnr: This book was taken in battio in 1777, : dnfln»J the Aniericail'W*r, b^otfr troojps, ini honorably rf-otoreil to the: Lodge of the 40th r with a mjlitpry pscO i...

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Id= 8 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

C0RRESP0NDENe$:\ ;'* • , IT&OiW M^TSBUKGH., , ' , ^ ' '" . "' , '' [CorrespondencootThePr/jBa.] , ¦ , ,, ;„,,: ¦ • ¦• - , i.l .1 t,: blCOaihWiHofBt, )'' - ' ! : '.9<!Ka5K>y.4yU«£,8,1857. :j / I nm sllve Wd V^ll ^' Ati' Wiitjo'tuSMth'CTt iiotoIenongh; to«lyjifo# tift o^iehW^' of li lettij-; my reaeott fdvlt {slils r 'Ai X was' leiBiirbly Weiidliig my ' iriiy 1 aowfttttV'WiiipSTiftiingsbf MoSft't Wii»htrij(tah, 1 (lppiwHAPIftibiilgh, tiila ovoniag: ' Wi *0nie\That-ia<>dII4tWgSfcSa, 'iiiia uijiog the ^jfrioSutionoVJ'haihti'liiHa'it"manlier jiorhttps raorb ietiiii cfalio than graocful,,^Ws'iWosteiJ ' .toy a r ' ei'y'gon i tloinanly" Iwktojj' sSa'tfg ' ei'/as follow* with ftti' ii'f tif tyiBf^thiiiag^Sliiiitakir-f'A rej/Dii'iiiU,.«'/?" ' Whioii'u ' nex^SctiBaiKeViiiiftoryhndthoimb ' oilistii effoot^fa%Uli«fe^e'lfa ' '% i higher'Bttitc 6f Focliil ooi s«dnii«i)«S, '-i «hfcl>''aW(!rod ' tho "intiaWing ]iy3tfoft.'Tii&£ < Vte"oMRH/...

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Id= 10 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

| | ( firhePri<«j.] ' , , i.i .' , ii ,j,.| •^"..*j'.,uliI< 4bu isnuinr-^Kinu 11 " . ' ' . '**?0NO f.'P ANCIENTS.' , ' ' , ' I../ riongt all tf)e wonden thot arrest lha attsntion anc slulm the Bdiairaliou of the pilgrim to '^pn\sa'iSi>-F e Oyo'opoan architecture of the B. E. and S., "™ ••ji£"*, eh S f the' Templo Enolosuro, or.il tho jo'mains of Solomon 's Bridge nrc porhup3 thd ' mo' st'iis'- i tauBdin^. No woiiiler thnt '¦tlioro was'no more ' n|m"'iiitho good Queen of Shehfc, l/s ovidonobol iS?J** ? dotilaration that the half had noti beon toll! tfleii^rhqn sh/t aaw hi3 jwW, and cwpooinlly hia '0*4/ • ¦#&Pf 'f-wie ascent by which ho wunt up into tho ."Hofus of the Lord" by the wonderful Brfdgo spwijns the TyrOpoan Valley, and thua affording 'iecJB^ to tho Temple Mount from t)io Hill Zion. ''O^i fftthis immense structure ran the aqueduct conj'KMttlit''tho water from his magnificent reservoira ^naifiearing his name) through flrmly cemented SWM.lTPi...

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Id= 18 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

¦ THE EI^ECTIOSS. Kfntacky^James B. Clay Eltclrd. ' :-" [From the Cmcinnati Enquii-er.] ' . " " _ ' We doubt whether any Congressional cinvasaiu the United States ovef attrsctwi more or o^nrueh attention as the recent one'between Jiimea B. Clay and Roger Himson,- in tie Ashland Il " strtet,"Kei>- tucky. The ey» of tho. TjholB DMien. ikiid espeoiaily of-that portion of it which take3 asy.pa^t m politics, was directed- to it -with.great anx^ty. The district waa sirongly Kuow 2" 1 oihing, giviag, two year3 ago, one thousand six hundred maj-irity for'A. K. Marshall,'itaprWent Know Nothing Keprescntative, and leven iast year, Buehanito- and B ' r«ckinridg»-were baaten over six hundred by Fillmore and. Donebwn. - The-Dem«cracy " -ilol ; withstanding the. reporu of the galiint canTass which ltr.,Clay was making,-awl the'cos^aent hope3of some of his ardent fnendi—generally .0»d bnt little faith in hiisuecess. It seemeoT inipo^ibTd that the large Kni^w N cthing majority cou\d bo ove...

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Id= 15 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

[From the Public Ledger.] ' , Philadelphia aud Pennsylvania. A late number of tho Lebanoto'CoKnVr contains some pertinent re.inarks,inieferoncoto theoharge, so ' often made, that Pennsylvania does nothing for the interests of Philadelphia. Tho Courier boldly meets the ooeusatfon, 1 by retorting- ' that Philadelphia., .while spending millions to. secure the western trade, has expended comparatively nothing to developoPenbsylvanla, and refers, for one example, tojtbo'Lehanon Valley.road, whoae charter was opposed by tho cjty delegation in the legislature, ana which waa finally built principally by New Tork1 capital, Philadelphia c6nttiboting but little or'nothing to the enterprise. ' There ia romo truth in Uiia retort, at least that part of it which, ' reiatea to tho backwardness 'of out capitalists, ' in subscribing fdr-railroads in the Interior. .The jastifieation in tho eyea of many, Consists in tho belief that we have roally no money tojsps.ro for such ' ' onterprisea. But if th...

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Id= 14 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

t.XTBEKSTDlO FROH THE "JNlAOABA"—AU. mp TuLEORApn Cadle Coitin Is.—TheNWy Department, on Thnrsdoy moi-nine; received impoctant :uivices, dated Liverpool, July 2L, from Captain Hudson, commanding x thp. United States frigate ' Niagara, from which wo furnish the followina interaaflng'»xtr«r'' ~ . ' . . • ¦ • ' .' Sir : I have, tha uunor to report that tho 1,254 mi esof telegraphic .cable was all snugly .stowed ' aW iy In' thi» ship very soon 1 after • the appointed -tic e, an3,-tbat fra are now waiting, ai 1 had anticiu itsd, .the completion of th .e pondorou^ machinei? wh en ' the engineer ' of tho company ha4 provided for running it out: ¦ ' " ' ' ' ¦ * Soveral 3nafthini4tt are. now employed on beard setting it up, and, I &m h.ippy to add;-nith soaie prnspects of its bo'ingrcady for experimental operations to-morrow night. 'The Quarter-deck looks more like a manufactory or macftme-ahop than the quirttr-deck of a ship of war. I sincerely hope that Oil may work well, and t...

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Id= 11 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

1'ub. Wagon Roads—Pkogress op Cor,. Nobles' Pahtv. 1 —The Washington Staut haa been favored, by a gontlcman connected with the Interior Dopartmont, with nilviecs to the 27th ult., from Col. Nobles' wiigon rond parly, from whioh we make the following exlructs : Col. Wm. II. Nobles , tho Superintendent of tho Wu£on Ronil from Fort Itidgely to tbo South Pasi, arrived ~ .t St. Paul City on tho 27th ult. The party nndor Col. Nobles arrived at a point twenty-iivo mlloSKeit of (ho B\r Sioux on tho 16th day or July. After they cros^od thnt river, they woro met by laigo bodies of YnnkioiiB, who strennou8lyobjected to tho expedition penetrating further into their country, until a treaty should be made for its cession to tho Vnitod States. Numerous counoils wore hold with tho Indinns in order '.0 feeure tho right of way for a road, that tie expedition might Suffer no unnecessary ' delay. Thoy woro unsuccessful, however, a»id Col. N. find¬ ing his forco tar interior to that of the Indinns. ...

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Id= 19 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

Mtsiseiocs Death or a Yocsg Lady.— We copy the following from the Cinnnni::s Gazeltf o: Thuraditj-. 1'hero appears ui t>j ^:i jir 1.; mystery about it, whtch somepenon in this part of the oountry may possibly bo able to unravel :— ' " We published two or three irsoka aiLce. as\ account of the death of Miss Flora il.-.so2, aia Irrel inSt.L' anls, under pcsuliar ciroJEitsnce- TVc lhen stated that ahe was supposed to be from Michigan. Wo have sinco received an anonymous latter, tram S9mq one who evidently ki.oirs Kjro thin to jf ants to tell, stating that sho was eos: prc'jably iroa Alexandria, S. C, or rilhor Virginia, and thM if aa investigatioa irera nisda, thnlliaj ineidonts would be obtained. Thore is aomo mysiary aboat the matter which ire ciacsc explain. Will the Washington or AiexiBdrii pipencdil attention to the affair? Perhap3 it cjs be ei-Blained." The Louisrilla Cmriir state3 that ex-Pres!- dent Pierce has accepted the inviut on of tha committeeand writes that he...

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Id= 16 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

NOTICE TO CORRESPONDENTS CorreiponaeiU ><i f «^S£p HaVi^*afjle5ii»&*Tm tniad the following rul«n: * J t "^ Every cbttimaiUcaUon s^st t^ ascompM^ed -ft£ th» name of j thi wrltjr. ( In order ti,lniur« coi^xti^il of iiie typography, but one &ide cf - A gh&et »ho^d bft written upon ¦ We sh»ll be greatly oUigal to sfaUemiu la^ema'lvania aud other States for contribationa giving tha ctfrreutnewiof thartijia their jjirUeiiUt.locilitla, «!>•¦ resources of the surrooadin^ country, tbe iucreua ol .popv.lation, and any 'ur f6na*t26at&it>iHtoiatsMstinj to the renerat resderl _ ' ¦ -' .' : .' . "'-;

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Id= 9 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

Tho Statue of ' TVashingtoa in tho areas ol a Freemasonnow under the ohlsel of Powers, the arUstin FforonceVwai ordered by FreaerioksBUrg LodKONo. 4. and is to bo sent to Frederioksburg, not Richmond. Many masonio lodges and masons In Virginia, and throughout tho United BtaUs, contrbntod funds ta pay for.thta work—and tho whole amount is not yet mado up, ; .

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Id= 6 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

& .'inie^EWTOltiTd' HIS KEADEns; - r<i . •

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Id= 32 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

- ¦ ¦ t'TintUUiLI'. PAOKBB/)-" -^ 1 . JJIMROD STKICKLAKD. AM0UN1' OF <JWM» AMD SILVER IJfeWE. Vsftii^ii'i^p ¦ •**. *¦«!• ' -'. ¦ .- > "*- .)&•-<•... • utesysi^l^s^Ko ^^Swi^'ie?^*^ tho amffnstofgold tnd silver in the. United StatsrUs^. OOO . OOO^HeartivedattlilaTesuIt . - ' by.»^i^atr. iai?44,b«foi ; 9-thft.;c»lirpj^» gdd:jn|a>* -jwift - fUtHByweftigte- Min>iinfrj:of ,:tp^^?»iippo!^a*;W $ipO' ,* )o;<Wb,j «^ thit '«tto imports and the receipta of ballion at ' ths-rtint, from Onr wines; after ; deducting the i^Sij'tip'^.'jjjf: S&tfc'jtf Sep^et/. ' i85p, v^^Vjia ddealtf ^t^lM^iiSpO^to-tSa 1 ¦ ^wint pr gold;andsilTerinthecoptryiwHli' ont : tiiiritig.inio'" .-c<)BiWer«t!on * tliaiamount brought toibjr emigrants and wWrnlng> ttayel-• lers 'tM;«Stc>am8i_ndt entared at the. .jjtastom . ' ¦ Howfi^r.tt^awjfct ' pied In ' our , taxaaSiivtur^pr/eiapio ysd In»the-:wt«r" ' ITe> " add*, .; ' . tW. ,f;the ...

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Id= 57 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

(From tho-Kow Tori pajOT of tot •vnun l -.] MRS. COTIffO HAM. THE HAUNTBP HOUSE. DR. UHL'S DEFENCE. INTERESTING DETAILS. Yesterday afternoon Justice Davison notified Mr. Stafford, counsel for Mrs. Cunningham, tiiat the coje for the prosecution waa closed, arjd.uat fflrieai the counsel for the accused desired to eross-exumlix tho witnesses, or to bring forward fresh one» for tic defencehe would bring up the prisoner and examine her in the usual form proscribed by law, tod then render bis decision in too case. Mr. Staffordin answer said that he was rtry onwell, and would feel grateful if the nagutrata would postpone tbo consideration of the matter until to-day The matter was accordingly set down for ten o'clock this morning. This morning the following affidavit was submit, ted by the Public Administrator:— City and Coitnti/ of yew Yorksi.—Oharlea A. May, of said cltrbeing duir sworndoth depose and sa/, that he is the Public Administrator of the citv of tin York; thatas such Public...

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Id= 51 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

THE CITY, War on the Porkert—Efcitement on the Baiilt ef the Sclmyllill-Wholesale Distraction of Pig p«(,._xho vlotnity of South street, near the Sohuylkill, presonted an extraordinary scene of commotion and oajitemont yesterday afternoon. This region, to say tho least, is ono of the most detestable spots in Philadelphia. To paraphrase tho language of Dr. Jonnsori, it is a place whore they gather the best swine, and speak tho " most vigorous English—being tho uumistakablo yornaoular. Tho femalo portion of tho residents are particularly enorgetle, both with hands and tongue, wben great occasions require it; and Suoh an ocoasion was yesterday. 1 " The locality of tho piggeries is just on the outskirts of the built-up portion of the southwestern section of the city, in deep hollows on the northern and southern side of South street Miserable shanties are oongregated together, aud squalid poverty is illustrated in Its most striking form. There were in this quarter from twenty to ...

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Id= 59 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857

TalDAT ETIM1IQ, A*flt TU.—True opeimtioM . IB Produce hare been limited since on lift rrrirr.— ftmrdtron Bark is bettor acd very seam. Ceal a«*t> with » moderate demand, to go Bait, at stwdy price*. Ccffe* is held with xco!« fijnneia Candle* as* noehsnged. Cotton U stiffer alxee Uu> raeaift of rente's sdrim. Fisb, Dot little doing for tit wmsvk of stai.— Floor ant Gnu are unsettled with moiamte receipts and «sl»of most kinds. Hides •» wsatM at fall price*. Hemp, nossln. Iron is steady in price. KoImks. nothing doing. Nival Stores sad Oilareqnlrt. Potash la selling more freely. Provisions meet vita, ftfjoad detnaudatthe advanee reached before. Seeds are quiet. Sugars an bringing tetter prices with moderate seta. Tallow firm. Tees xukehange4, sad Wool £s mere teqolrMfor. Annexed an some of the articles imported into thia port since tbe 1st Isaaary last: Sugar, nhda. sad tes, 27.470; ia. baft, S1.4M; do. boxes, 5100; do. bbls. tnT; Coffee, bass, W STi; OHton, bales, 40X...

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