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Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857
j jStv ©ooiio GR EAT BARGAINS IN BRY GOODS! CLOSING OUT OF SUMMER 8T00K ! J. McQLATIIERYFIFTH Street, below the Shlppeh Street Market, Sut aide, will offer TO-DAY hU entirestock of t SUMMER DRESS GOODS, such as Summer Silks, DucalsChallles, French and Swiss LawnsShawlsMohair Mitts, and Parasols, at 10 per cent, less than east, to make room for Fall Goods. Also, MO needle worked COLLARS and SLEEVES, from 10 cents to $1about half price, real bargains. Also, a large assortment of PLAIN and FANCY OASSIMERES, ' 0A8IUIKRETTS, TWSEDS, IiIttEN DRILLS and CHECKS , for Men and Boy's wear, at less than cost. L Together with a large and general assortment of SEASONABLE DRY GOODS, at our usual low prices. Our cheap rent and small profits enables us to undersell the up'town stores at all times. D7* Give u» a call. aul-d3t
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857
! ,Ohio am) ¦ lOsMc for state. cheese 1 ' i» -saleable at TOW*, .r,,;.';' .'-.:.';, - ir. w ¦ ¦ .-.)..;¦ -* ' .•-'¦ '-: ¦¦ ' ¦ , Bic», Is steady. 8de»of 100 to. »tto5X« Mirt*, 1 a» >a«»iiWii.»-.'V..- . -v -.;.-r, -,-fli.iM -.*-3u- ¦„'. •• 1 teo«i^Ih*xl»«» Mof Wodatalsj-li" Seen folly iave.fcwn ddWtKt oVMsVttais forCuba, and lOolo* ^[•orto^w^ «^«lt«W. Smilfr in* In better de'vSp»»»i-it«Vijuletibut|frm ' tor Orttnu.' Bla&»«re i|'i|il«MHilnil»ll, !"r" •>.;: ¦ :'»: ., ' *»l«l«i<*««a»r»»»Uaih« <i<i-«ttt«r 1 wi»hi«>c!d 'demand, JWwfcf (DO*ttf?«t "81a8IJ< ! cents for Ohio toS^l^i^^liWi 'f rttrikatllfs^'WwS^ or ;ctt(Tob«?«t Ml. To juidon, Wtonifortlimatlj.i «ig«. '*0*i*tMiUii. ,a»»tWj. «pW»»ti«wn«iw «t 80. r «i<( Ali.Bsthl* Tl>»y«; K» toM ' '*" °>>u»rM fot •V«li)rt»6()M«<Wb«oa}iHi«tit«iTnl, - i ¦V- [^¦ V;.'-*«v a1 ^^; -•.- ' ¦ ; •' ¦ Z 7 .
Id= 88 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857
/ ,, , , . , WWW . . : . On Thursday, 6th Inst,, 5KAN0AU, son or J. P. and ,H. Mufy A1dtu,afedC months and8 day.. The relatives and fr!efui( of the family are respectfullr tnrlted io attend tilt fiinTraffrom No. Set North KlUonth St., this (Saturday) afternoonat 3 o'clock. 01 the 4th inst., MAHOABKT, wife of John Bodgers, x£e relatives etad frlea&t 4f th ' e iamllr mn ivspsctrally Invited to attend tu» funeralfrom the residence of bW husband, N. W. comer ef Seventh and Christian stritUon Sunday afternoon', at 1 o'clock, without fartheraotUw, TapMceeltoBt.Mary'sClaiaciery. ' On the 7th toll., FRANK WII&LKR, eld»st son of SrMstattdraiaabethWerneriUi the 17th year of his ags. Fuaeralti proceed to Baltimore. * ^teOTknB.—l*HI2E FIGHTING.—A DISX™ C0PR8K OR ?4 Peter, Chap, Sd, v. 1848, by Bcr, JOHN 0BAMMB9, Td'HOBKOW AFTliBjIOON Ohorcb. cotneVBEflAI) and OBORGB Sttotta.' Service ltiP.iM:' '> .-- ' ¦ ' au8 lt»
Id= 91 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857
Special Nolitts. Saving Knnd-Flve Per Cent. InTereiM^ tlonal Sarety Trust Company, in Wiisot Street, southwe»t corner of Tbibd Street, Pnii.injii.rHiA. Assets over Oxa Mltlios asd a H»l» o» DoitW , Invested in Bati Est»k, MoaToiOEs,Gaoo»B Bs.itb, and other first class securities , as required by the charter. This Institution confines its business entirely to the receiving of money on deposit. Any aura, large oc small, Is received, and the money is always paid bsck, without notice, to any amount. The office I, open every day from 9 o'clock in tho morning until 7 o'clock in tho evening, and on Monday and Thursday ovonlom until B o'clock.
Id=164 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857
JOBUJ BINNSUNITED STATES 0OM-.„ "«SWNWi and coinassioxim or djum A»:D THIS EBQBATB Ot ACCODNTB ItiHimi BUUs sttjltrri^rlts. H. isty!aw, aatUrisad t» sdmlnirter O«thl and Afflrmitlosu to be nealvsd U all the Courts in Poaosytvanla. JOHN BIrTHS nay be found ia hU COMNo. U8 South SIXTH Street, opposite tbe County Court House, from 8 A.M. too P.M. aul.lm ^Lcmimissicrn Jtlcrcfjonto. HANDY 4 BRENNER-COMMISSION MERCHANTS and Dealers In forelrn and American HARDWARE and CUTLERY, Noe.», SS aid tl North FIFTH Street. last side, above Comanrr. street, rWl«4»lPhl», Ml-tf
Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857
JAMES SHEKIDAN, MERCHANT TAILOR. Noa. 18 and 18 South NINTH STREET, ABOVB . OHESTNDT. A tone and well selected stock of CLOTHS and OASSiMl:RE3 always on hand. All Clothing made at this Est&bliahment will bo of the best quality, and In the most fashionable stylo. Particular attention given to CNIFOBM CLOTHING. nnB.tr SH A H P E ' S MEN'S AND BOYS' OLOTHING, 148 North FOUBTH Street, between Arch and Aace. ' auo-ly npHE FRENOH STUDY IS NOW OPEN. JL —DELACROIX'S Courts of French ; a thorough practice or Explanatory Grammar. Requires no other agpHcstioa thau the hours passed with the teacherNo. 90f(Iete 31) FILBEBT atrieT anTlst
Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857
Coal SCHOYLKILL AND LEHIGH COAL.— I aca dairy receiving, at toy yard, the best quality of SCHUYLKIU, AND LEHIGH OGAL. My cutomara, and all others who may favor m« with their ordersmay rely on retting Coal that will be satisfactory to them. BT No inferior Coal kept at this establishment to offer at LOW PRICED. ALSXAKDIR CONTORT, aal-if K.S. corner at Broad and CherrvSte.
Id=203 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857
\ \ P * ! i-! ir W -: TAMidii: l^wi«li}S«!»iHiahpj|3iB®odern BnBli8h.flito» ' H . f6-^a,shiniog > ,btit oapncioiic ,-LnCtws sB^wwn'ssflwRiWigi imteuUk SonffS Jerrold haa^pas aedaway. Who is t4 hipply U**l»».Wfc'-lftMtt» * !;I » w|w ' a ' ere . of lafetWSrti thathe inado' his mar* wore pattioo- ¦ iMyfeiHBiS deadphtid tho-Engliuli 'jonrnalB Si civil about him, ijliUp NoW f York nevvspaiirwriters (who kniSWfllniolnlyl' hi ? writings ^wPSftfede^l' ik W m, fr '^Tw^ vSiS 'eeif, fe ' t. " " ;bmesJ18t'vfflKS-«#eriot'-not ,onlyin! precept Z?U<mi*tfti ^Ndw - Oouglto Jertold .in i&tor><lnii#ws^nibled ! th*proa'oherwho-can-Ksg*Wjfl«fi^<*a , ; ^^.I tell 1H«%*M:H6 J flMfc?-*lli^8 this bittereat—satli ¦ik'olMiwAifc* 1 ^bSries-Dletens has seldonj llwpjigainrtillritii'ni^'^gj 1 ; he _ airl'.show A Boor Lekh Hunt 1 ' is -Harold Skimpole, in SK^ h^ ^iffiaiJ'oIietf'Obtaliey^ahd . ' 5fc! ( HftUf- ! ^' tJltor of tho JtrMoiitk/tt- &M ll is«a^f4lraftMrff...
Id=244 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 8 August 1857
Hmm^i^im ^ proposed to file Constitution of the Coamam^th- fij accordance' with tho prorWomi o|,W>ntB fttO/,] thereof. , -. . '.;..,. I . There aholl he an additional article to said Constitution to be designated as article eleven,ai follows :— AATIOLB XI. ¦ " , . OF PUBLIC DEBTS. • ' '• ¦ StOTlos 1 The State may contract- defcUj ia' euppljcasual deBclt or Bllures in revenuesor to meet ejpen; ses not otherwise provided- -.forf bat ¦¦<)»'pttrmtf amonnt of Inch AM* direct aod eontlnmpt, «h«U»» contracted by virtue of one or more acts of tao^eneral assembly, or at-diJferent periods of-titie.ahall iwvw exceed seven hundred and Efty thousand dollars, and the money arising fro" the creation or lueh aefcH, *»aB h» applied to the purpose for which it was obtained, or to repay the debu to costntdttd, and. to' ii* Alias p»poa«- whateve-. ' ": ' SscTi o* ?. In ortiJitiiMj w the nmv Hinitp4 p»weT| the State may contract debts t°T«pel Invasionsuppress ' insurrection, defend...