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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

OITY MORTALITY. llHAl.Tll OlfFIOB, ) February 20, 1868. ( Number of Interments in the city of Philadelphia, for the week ending at 12 o'clock to-day, ia... 173 Last report _igg Decrease 13 Abscess 2 TyphusFever 2 Burns 1 Scarlet Fever 4 Cancer 2 Remittent Fever 2 Casualties 3 Inflammation of Brain .. 3 Croup 9 << Lungs..17 Congestion of Lungs.... 4 •• • Bowels . 2 " Brain.,.. 3 <« Bronchi 2 Consumption of Lungs...25 Mania-a-potu 3 Convulsions 8 Marasmus 7 Dropsj 9 Old Age 8 " of Brain 2 Unknown 3 Disease of Heart 3 Whooping Cough 4 " of Liver 4 Other diseases 29 Debility 6 _TypHoidlfever 8 Total 173 Of tbe above there were : Adult* 89 Males 88 Children 84 Females 85 Total.... 173 Total ....173 Boys 42 Underlyear.. 60 Girl* 42 Between land 6years.. 23 Under 5 yoars 73 Total 84 From the Country 8 From the _Almshouse.... 6 People of Color 10 JOHN N. HENDERSON, HMltb <?»9W, ITT- The Managers of the Moyamensiug Soup Society would appeal to the generous...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

MUSICAL FOLKS OF AMERICA, AT NATIONAL HALL MARKET STREET, ABOVE TWELFTH. On WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, FRIDAY, and SATURDAY EVENINGS, at V before 8 o'clock. This powerful Musical Company, (50 performers.) embracing the best musical talent in the country, will give FOUR GRAND CONCERTS Of Ancient, Sacred and Select Vocal and Instrumental Music, _selected froni the best authors—Handel, Haydnand others—consisting, in part, of the following beautiful programme *. _ASTHEUS AKD CHORUSES. Solo, and OhOrug in tke Jehovah's Praise. distance. Strike Cymbal Hark ! tbe Church Bells How Beautiful upon the Sweetly Ringing. Mountains. Watchman, tell us of the Let us with a Joyful Mind. Night. Sons of Zion. fcftst Beam is Shining. Dying Christian. solos. Marvellous WorkB. Tho Stranger Youth. Glory to God in the High- Consider the Lilies. est. Solo by Shubert. The _Heavfns are Telling. _quaRtetts. duets. Rock of Ages, Hymn to the Saviour. Come Holy Spirit. Home, Fare Thee Well. Lord, before thy Footsto...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

_^PRING TRADE. MORRIS L. HALLOWELL <fc CO 888 MARKET ST., Are now opening their importation of naw SILK AND FANCY DRY GOODS, OOKBI8_TISG OF FANCY DRE8S STUFFS, MANTILLAS, 8HAWL8, RIBBONS, OLOYKS, MITTS, HDKFS., WHITE _G00D8, LAOEB, EMBROIDERIES, &0. They invite an examination of their stock from CASH AND SHORT CREDIT BUYERS, PROM ALL 3HCTtO.SH OP THE GOUN'TRT. fel81m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

A NNUAL MEETING OF THE BOARD J\ OF TRADE.—A Stated Meeting of the Board of Trade Association will be held at their Room, No. 30 Merchants' Exchange, on MONDAY EVENING next, tha 22d instant, at 7X o ' clock, when the officers and members of the Executive Council , nominated at the lust monthly meeting, to serve during the ensuing year, will be elected. The following are the nominations. But three, of the four Vice-Presidents, and but twenty-one of the twentyfour members of the Executive Council nominated are eligible under the Reri»«d Articles of the Association. Persons voting will, therefore, form their ticket accordingly. NOMINATIONS. For President—SAMUEL C. MORTON. ' For Yioe-Presidents—David S. Brown, Newcomb B. Thompson, John Welsh, and Samuel V. Merrick. For ' Secretary—S. Morris Wa'n. For Taeasurer—Abraham J. Lewis. FOR KXBCOTIVK COUNCIL. 1. N. B. Thompson, 13. Ellis Yarnall, 2. John R. Penroae, 14. Davis Pearson, 3. S. V. Merrick, 15. Edmund A. Souder, 4. Edword C. Knigh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

WANTED —BY A YOUNG MAN, A Situation as an Assistant Book-keeper in a Wholesale Establishment. The best of city references will be given. Address •' Industry, at This Office. _Io20-3t# WANTED —BY AN UNMARRIED Man, a Situation an Coachman, who thoroughly understands the car-* of Horsos. Reference of late employer will be given. Address "Ooaohman_*," at the offiee of this paper. fe20-4t* ANTED—BT 'TA _^ SOBEBriNDUSTBTous mana SITUATION as Porterwho would be willing to make himself otherwise useful to his employer. Best of references given. Address PORTER, at the office of Thb Press. fel8-4t* \_M7-ANTED, FOR THE UNITED STATES v v CAVALRY—Able-bodied, unmarried men, to whom will be given good pay, board, clothing, and medical attendance. Pay from $12 to $22 per month. No man having a wife or child will be accepted. Apply for MOUNTED SERVICE, at No. 817 MARKET street above Eighth, north side. WILLIAM B. ROYALL, 1st Lieut. 2d Regt. of Cavalry, oct 6-6m * _BwraitiHK Offi«flr AGENTS WA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

Special Notices. Gold aud _stiver.—Snviug Fund, (American TRUST,) 8, E. corn«r of FOURTH and WALNUT, pays all sums on demand, in _speoie. ja26-lm A Wonderful Preparation—Jule» Hand' * EAU ATHENIENNE HAIR RENOVATOR (warranted not to contain any deleterious substance) is an unfailing restorer and preserver of the Hair and Sight. It is not a dye, but a remedy certain to restore the hair and whiskers, however gray, to their original life-color, in less than three weeks, and if not as represented the money will be refunded. This preparation is offered to the public by a longexperionced and pr&eilcal chemist, well known In iaia community for the last twenty years. It is entirely different from other _preparations for the hair, which are composed of injurious _subutanoes, suoh as caustics, aqua fortis_, &c, and too often made by ignorant quacks and impostors. Tho " BAU ATHENIENNE " Is easily applied. It will not stain the skin or finest cambrio. Its effeote are sure a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

|p* Col. John W. Forney will deliver his Popular Lecture on "American Statesmen" in St. Matthews Church, NEW fctreet, below Fourth, on WEDNK8DAY EVENING, February 24th, 1858for the benefit of St. Matthews Sunday School. Tickets 25 cents. To be had at C. 8chrack & Co'_s., 152 and 151 North Fourth Street; _Beates. Jacoby, & Miller's, corner Third and Branch streets, and at the door on the evening of the Lecture. fe22-3t* ITJ" In Consequence oi the Indisposition ol Rev. Dr. STEVEN8, the Lecture for TUESDAY KILNING is postponed. _Je22-2t _IT7*The Harrison Kight School will be closed THIS EVENING. Col. FORNEY, of The Press, will deliver the closing Address. It* Col. J. W. Forney will deliver his Lecture entitled " American Statesmen," for the benefit of the Howard Association, Eighteenth ward, on TUESDAY EVENING, 23d inst., at Rev. Mr. Chandler's Church, PALMER St., above Queen. Tickets Free. A collection will be taken up to aid the Association in affurding relief to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

ARRIVED. Steamchip City of Richmond, Mitchell, from Richmond via Norfolk, 36 hours, with _radse and passengers to Thomas Webster, Jr. _Hepurts the _Bteaoinhip Yir_> _ginia_, Kelly, hence at Norfolk on Thursday at 2. P M; _aUo, ship Esther, Willeby, hence, arrived the same '_" _veamship City of New York, Howes, 60 hours from _Boston with _mdse and passengers, to Henry _Winsor. Passed a ship yesterday (Friday) off Cape May, bound "*¦ CLEARED. steamship Delaware, Copes New York, J AllderiiCe. SAILED. The steam-tug America, Capt Virden, left Pine st ¦baxf at 8 o'clock Saturday morning, (or the Break. . marine Jntelhrjence. FORT OF PHILADELPHIA, Feb. 2_'-J, 1838. BUN RISES 6 33 | SUN SETS .6 22 HIGH WATER 6 20

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

\\7ELCH'8 NATIONAL CIRCUS AND ~ T THEATRE. DAN RICE. The management, cheered and encouraged by the patronage extended, despite the wintry blasts of the "STORM KINO." respectfully announce a continuance of the -'GREAT SHOW." MONDAY EVENING, February 22d, 1868, MASTER C. REED will appear, and ilr. H. WHITBY will introduce the Spanish Tricksters, _PAUL1NK ANt> _COqVteTTB. TRICKS BY TRAINED ANIMALS. THE RHINO0ERQ8. THE WALTZING CAMEL, TIGHT-ROPE ELEPHANT, . LOW COMEDY MULES. AND EDUCATED HOUSES. Under the immediate control and supervision of TUB AMERICAN HUMORIST, DAN KIOE. Box Book open DAILY, from j0 A. M. until 4 P.M. The following _acalu of Frice g will be observed :— Dresa Circle aud Parquette , 50 cents; children under 10 years, 25 cents ; Social Boxes, 25 cents. No half price. febl6

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

WHEATLEY's ARCH ST. THEATRE. —SOLE LBSSEE W. WHEATLEY. ANNIVERSARY OF WASHINGTON'S BIRTH-DAY. MONDAY EVENING, February 22d, 1858, The performance will commence with the Play of BERTRAM. Bertram, Mr. Herman Vozin; St. A_^dobrand, Mr. Wm. n. Myers; Imogene, Mrs. _Farren ; Clotilda, Miss Emma Taylor. To conclude with the Admirable Comedy of the WONDER. Don Felix, Mr. Wm. Wbeatley; Don Pedro, Mr. Thayer; Lissardo, Mr. J. S.Clarke; Donna _Violante, Mrs. Fa?ren; Donna Isabella, Miss Emma Taylor; Flora, Miss Anna Cruise. Soalb of PK1CE3.—BoxeB, 25 cents ; Secured Seats, 38 cents ; Orchestra Stalls, 50 cents; Seats in Private Boxes, 70 cents ¦ _ttiUlery. 13 cents j Gallery for Colored Persons , 25 cents j Private Box ia Gallery for Colored PersouR, 33 cents. Box Offioe open from 10 A. M. until 3 P. M. Doors will open at 6% o'clock; performance to commence at 1)£t precisely.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

BY ALFRED M. HERKNESS, PHILADELPHIA HORSE AND CARRIAGE BAZAAR, southeast corner of Ninth and George 8ts , between Chestnut and Walnut _streets. _UZ7" Sales of horses, carriages, and harness, held regularly every SATURDAY MORNING, throughout the year, commencing at 10 o'clock. 10" The largest collection of naw and second-hand oarriagesharnesssaddles *o., in the oity, may be seen at thiB establishment for private sale. fP" Carriages received on storage. O*" Out-door sales attended to on reasonable terms. HORSES, VEHICLES, AND HARNESS. On Saturday Morning. At 10 o'clock, art the Bazaar, will be sold, horses, vehicles, and harness. B SCOTT, Jr., AUCTIONEER, (succes-• sorto WOLBERT & SCOTT,) 4810HE8TNUT 81., opposite the Custom House, between Fourth and Fifth Rtrnetd.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

_JDrn (Sooos AUCTION BARGAINS IN GLOSSY BLACK SILKS—the cheapest in the city. Beautiful 3T _._K, 44, 50, 56c; splendid 62,65, 70,76, to 81, 87_X, 95c, $l.$1.12_tf, $1.25. CAS8IMKRKS—the cheapest ever seen—50, 56, 02 %, 75. 81c , to $1. Satinets from 25 to 50 cents—all shades —decided _bareftins. 2,570 yards IRISH LINENS, slightly wet, at from 25 cents per yard to 50, many of them worth double. Immense bargains in Embroideries, front the late auction sales; Collars, Sots Sleeves, at less than half the usual prices, aud splendid qualities and latest styles New sty l> Spring Delaines, in great variety; Ginghams, Lawns, frints, Muslins, 6_^, 8, 9,10,12_^c, and ten-quarter only 25 _cts. CLOAKS and _SUAWLS, of every style, at immense bargains , at MoKLROY'S, fe22 No. 11 South NINTH St.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

_iflamciaes. On tbe 13th instant, by the Rev. W. J. Mann, D. D., Dr. MACKENZIE, of this city, to ADELHKID, eldest daughter of the Rev. Dr. Zwissler, of Reutlingeu, Kingdom of Wurtemberg, Germany. * On _lhursday evening, February 18th, by the Rev. C. D Cooper, JOHN B. PEDDLE to MARY A , daughter of the late John Morris, both of thiB city. * On Thursday, 18th instant, by R«v. Henry J. Morton, D.D., Mr. CHARLES DAWSON to VIRGINIA A , daughter of Mr. II. S. Benson, all of this oity. On the 15th instant, at St. John's Parsonage, 1008 North Fifth street, by Rev. 0. _Karsner, Mr. WM. J. YOUNG to DOROTHEA FLASUMAN, all of this city. On the 15th instant, by Rev. Thomas ft- Allen. PETER E. McONNA to Miss ISABELLA LATTA, all of this city.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

\EW ORLEANS PACKET NOTICE.— 11 Louisiana Line. Shippers per packet ship STEPHEN BALDWIN, Downer, master, will please hand in their bills of ladtup: for signature. Tbe ship having been detained by the storm of Friday and Saturday, freight will be received until this evening. BISHOP, 8IMONS, & CO., fe22-_!2t 120 (late 36) NORTH WHARVES. PRACTICAL BOOK-KEEPING.—COMPLETE COUNTING HOUSE COURSB.—O'DONNELL'S BOOK-KEEPING INSTITUTE, _EIGHTH and ARCHSts. Open Day and Evening. fe22-2t*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

Nonces NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT the President, Directors, and Company of the Bank of Pennsylvania, have executed and delivered to the undersigned a _frenerul assignment for the benefit of creditors. All persons indebted to the said Bank are notified to ' make payment, and theme having claims to present them to WM. C. PATTERSON, W. LYTTLETON SAVAGE, JNO.D.TAYLOR. Feb.lO-f m w-3t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

wants WANTED—A SITUATION AS CHAMBERMAID by a Young Woman, who can give the best testimonials aB to character. Apply at Mrs. GRIFFIN'S, FRANKFORD ROAD, above _Norris street, west side. fe20-2t#

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

I 1ST OF LETTERS REMAINING IN m-A tke PHILADELPHIA POST OFFICE up to 12 o ' clock M. on Saturday. February 20, 1858. [Persons applying for advertised Letters will please mention tho date of the List.] Open on Sunday from 7_^ to S_% _oxlock A Jl, and 2 to 3 P M: LADIES7 LIST. Angel Mary Mrs Gray Ellen Murley Jane E Abrams Laura Grey Mrs Myers Caroline Auderson Cath_'e Gleeson Cath'e Morny Ellen Anderson Mary Garrett Sidney B Norris Mrs M Anderson Annie Hassinger Virg: a Nancrede Mrs C Armstrong Mary Haviland Marg: t Nolen Mrs Apple Cathariue Harris Elizabeth NuddMrsH Arrott Mary _llasson Mary Norman Mr E U Henailo S M 5 Hunter Elizabeth Newcomb S H V.:\\\._• ¦ > • y.ilon Halloy Mrs Sarah Nowell Mr G A liart<ill Mrs Ann _lleaton E'ka J Noonan E Heatty Edith II Hambleton Ann Neall Mary Bary _Katy C Halliday A A Ochsenkuhn M 11 Barnes Martha Henderson Mrs J OsroocI Mrs J U BavlvMrsWmC Pinckney _RlS?e _5° Banger Sarah _Haffeman Miss C O-Niell Ellen Beam Susan Heger Mi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

MoGOWAN'S RESTAURANT, SOUTHwest corner of BROAD and WALNUT.—Game and all other delicacies in season, families supplied with _Oysterson the shortest notice. sep7-fm uhjub atrtr _Ciquora. BASS'9 E. INDIA PALE ALE, BY THE package (0 dozen) or Icbh quantity, for oalo by tbe lubscriber. Also, Allsopp'_s and Younger'_s strong and pale Ale, _Guinness's Dublin Porter, Barclay k Perkins' Brown Stout, &c, &c. 8. W. GRAY, Family Grocer, V. Vf. corner of _JIBTEKNTH and PINK Streets, folO-3ia * Philadelphia. OGNAC BRANDY.—UNITED VINEyard Proprietors' old vintage, in halves, quarters, and _uighths, tor sale by A. MERlNO. _*S0-y 140 South FRONT. Heidseick _' chamFagne.—pipers ' Heitlseick, in quarts aud pints, constantly on hand, received from sole importers, and for gale by A. _MKH1NO, South FRONT 8treet, ja80-y Sole Agent iu this city. BR ANDIES.—" Pinet Castillon_," _Marett, and other Cognacs of various vintagesin half pipes and quarter casks; PellevoiBin Kochelle Brandies...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

THE SUBSCRIBERS HAVE THIS DAY entered into a Limited Partnership, in accordance with the acts of Assembly in such case made and provided, under the firm same of LAMBERT THOMAS, for the transaction of the Wholesale Dry Goods Jobbing Business in the city of Philadelphia. The General Partner is LAMBERT THOMAS, of the _n»i<l city, and the Special Partner is JOSEPH S. THOMAS, of Cadii, Ohio. The Capital in cash contributed by the Special Partner is Fifteen Thousand Dollars. The partnership will commeuce on the fist day of February, A. D, 185.8 , and will terminate on the 31st day of December, A. 9 1859. The place of business is No. 428 MARKET Street, between Fourth and Fifth streets. LAMBERT THOMAS, General Partner. JOSEPH S. THOMAS, Special Partner. Philadelphia, Feb. 1,1858. fel mOt* THE UNDERSIGNED HAVE, IN PURSUANCE of Act of Assembly, formed a limited copartnership under the name of LESLEY G. MORROW, In the Coal business, in the city of Philadelphia, whetein LESLEY G. MOR...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Press — 22 February 1858

_ticmouals REMOVAL.-The undersigned have removed their store from No. 231 CHURCH Alley to the store formerly occupied by Messrs. Gihon Sc Co., No. 9 BANK street, extending through to No. 12 STRAWBERRY street, where they will continue to import THREADS. FANCY GOODS, and VARIETIES, and hope to merit a share of the patronage of their friends. fe4-lm J. J. P. 8TEINER &. CO. G AS TUBE.—TUBING IN LARGE OB small quantities for gas or steam, for gale by HANDY & MORRIS, feI3-3m FRONT and WALNUT 8t*. HI OS3—17 Mas Caroli oa Moss, tor saie by _A»V ¦ MART1JJ * MACALI8T8B, Ml U0 North WfcUr 8_trf_«t QHINA AND GLASS. DINNER WARE. TEA AND TOILET SETS. WHITK, OOLD BAND , AND DEOOBATXD FRENCH AND BOHEMIAN GLA88WARK, FANCY ARTICLES , Set. WIU- BE BOLD , AT THK LOWBBT PBIOBB , AT MARXSEN & WITTE'g , MABONIO HALL, 713 OHBBTNUT BTRBET. N. B—Goods loaned to parties at reasonable terms. js6-y T7_IASHIONABLE SPRING MILLINErF. Jl MRS M. S. BISnOP, of No. 915 CHESTNUT St., h...

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