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Id= 94 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

Special Notices. f0* A Mf etlng of the Malt and Iilqnor DEALERS ASSOCIATION will be held on every THURSDAY AIIBRNOON,at2o'clock,at DILIGENT HALL, Tenth and Filbert streets. By order of aul2-w*thtr ASSOCIATION. ' Seamen's Saving Fund —Office 203 Walnul street, one door west of Becond street. Receives de. posits in sums ' of One Dollar and upwards, from all diisses of the community, and allows Interest at tho rate of 6ve per cent, per annum. Moneys paid on Demand. Office open dally, from 9 until 6 o'clock, and on Mon* day and Saturday until 9 In the evening. President] Franklin Fell; Treasurer, Charles M.Morris; Secretary, James S. Pringle. Waltoo't Gents' Furnishing Store, 151 North SlqU) Street, below Race. Particular attention given to Use nianufacture of One SHIRTS, which will bo ' aold at very moderate rates, for cash. aul2-lw* Saving Fund—Five Per Cent. Interest-National Safety Trust Company, in Wai^iut Street, southwest corner of Third street, PHiLiniLraiA. Assets overONV M...

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Id=200 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

WoutST *' ileoTT, Ansttone»r», /«qi CHESTNUT STBBST, OPPOSITE Itll THE CUSTOM HQUS& between Fourth and Flfth,2£cseta^ **fc . ^, ^ ^»^_^v<4w - ' - ' ' first fal" sals of EMBBOrDEiriEa'rsn&wLs, BIBB0NS,J.'08IEBY, UILLINIBY 000US, 4c. OX WEDNESDAY NEXT, Uth inat. Commencing at 10 o'clock, precisely, we will sell, without reserveon a liberal credit.'-by catalogue, a large and elcsant assortment of French sod Scotch lm. broideriea, Broehe Long Shawls/Stella Sh&wla, French Cashmere do., Ribbona, Hoalery and Gloves, MiUinerj* GoodB, tec. ' . 8IIAWL8 JUST LANDED. Also, on invoice of Broehe and SteUe sordartd Lost and Sonore Siawls, received direct per ateamor Clir of Washington. - . - • - FRENCH COBSET3. Also, 50 docsn French woven whitoond mixed Corsets HOOPED SKIRTS. ' Also, 100 dosen Ladies' and Mines' Hooped Skirts. LADIES' MANTILLASTALMASj DUSTEBS4c-Also, o Hob of latest till style Bilk liintilUa/ Silk Talmas, Silk and Wool Dusters, &c. . LACE...

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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA IWJURltETS TcssDiT SVEaiso, Aug. 11.—The operations In Hour continue mainly for the supply of the home trade at «bout previous prices, and in the absence of any shipping demand the market is Tory dull at $7 26 for superfine, made from sew Wheat, at which figures ahlppuf brands an freely offered ; the sales for the supply of the retailers and bakers range at from $6 CO to $7 60 for superfine, the former for old stockj $7 60o8 60 for extras, and $8 "Soft 25 for fancy family brands; 200 bbls Rye Hour have been sold at $4 60 V bhl. Of Corn Meal, the markot la nearly bare, and Penna. Meal la wanted at $4 Vbbl. .Wheat ll more plenty to-day, and about 6500 bushels have been sold at n .84al 66 for good and-prime r»d, and $1 70ftl 73 for white, mostly kt $170 for good Southern aSoat; some Infirm lots which are very dull, Uave been sold at $160eI 68. Corn la butllttlewantcd , and good yellow was offered at 89890c, without much being wld at these prices. Oats are selling r...

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Id=150 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

FFORTANT IMPROVEMENTNEW GA8 CONSUMING FURNACE CniLSOlPS NEW CONE FURNACE, after having been put to the most severe teBt, during the two cold wintkbs or 1866 and 1867has proved to be the most powerful heater in the world, saving from X to X the fuel over any of tha beat f uraaees now In use. Tebsx FORBACgs are constructed with a cast iron aeh pit, and a broad, shallow pan-Bhapcd fire potlined with fire-brick or Iron stares. The fire pot is surmounted with A SERIES OF CONES, OB TAPERING RADIATORS, large and broad at their base, buttaperlng to small aperturesatthetop, and uniting with the anular chamber, through which the heat and smoke pass to the flue. Thb wholb products of combustion in the form of smokt and oasxs, are suspended directly over the fire, coarmSDOr compressed into the tapering Coxxs and ooktinoallt EXFOSBD to the direct action ot the ntya or heat and light from the fire. Thla heat and light la brought to a roora in iach Cosb, not unlike the COLLECTION OF THE SUN'...

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

A Great Eatnbllihment.—Tho Salamander Safe Factory of Messrs. Evans Sc Watsos, la one of the most interesting establishments In the oity. The building in which their operations arB carried on, is to be found In Eighth 1 street, near Vine; the sales-room being at No. 26 South Fourth street. Between fifty and sixty men are employed In the various departments of the manufacturing establishment. Some Idea of tho extent of their labors may be formed from a atatetnent of thework they have now in hand. Their workmen aro now engaged ,In constructing large safes for the following nan banks:—One for the Btrausburg Dank, lined all through with chilled Iron/weighing about 6,000 pounds; one of the same aize and material for the Southwestern Bank .of Virginia: and one for, the Bank of Jersey Buoro, 7a.; two for the Oataragua Bank; one for a private-banking house In Wilkesbarre, Pa.; one for a private banking house at Norrlstown, Pa.; and one largo Mt of chilled Iron bank vault doors for a new...

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Id=103 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

EDeatljB On the evening of SundayAugust 8th, after a protracted I Hubs., Mr. JOHN gf/LLIVAN aged 26 yearY The relatives and frienda or the fcmllr are reanect. fully invited to attend the funeril .rronf h^Ute!SiC deuce, No. 628 Ohrlstion street.thla (Wedneaday) mornlng.Aug. 13th, at 9 o'clock. To proceed to Oithidral Oem«t«ry. - ¦ Ot the 9th inst., 0LIVEB L., son or Belamln and Oarrttae Grlfflth, In ' thc 21at ye.ar of his age Ih» relaUvcs and friends of the family aro respectfully Invited to attend tho funeral, from tho residence of hlspareals, Seventh Btreet, Drat door above Jefferson, on Thursday morning, at 6 o'clock, without further noi Uh. To proceed to toyloatowu. , , ' On.tieipth lost., Mrs. ANNA B. JAHBAUS.in the Bist year flf ncr age, * < - - ^ Ob tn» 10th lnrt., PATRI0K SiNfe Wed 26 yearn '**• Wlftlrw and friend, of tee «m?y w SsSJct-JfiS'i^ih * 4 ^ % ^ ni P* fa S w>i ' fwm^hTrSKe .LfJf.£! h ! r ' X . h< "? M K«S«. »¦ 8- «rner of-JBlerSnth | ^ QE...

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Id= 90 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

COACH, ENGIIfE AND HOTEL LAMP Factory of E.W TTSSHJiRSNo. 43 South EIGHTH, below Ohestuut street, hao become a saving ' of 60 per cent, to our SOUTHERN' AND WBSTSBH MERCHANTS, and also the convenience of having their old Oarrlag* Lamps new sllvar-toppad and bottomed, and seat by express to all parti, ' ¦ au!2-ly ENDKESON A GO'S GSEATHTER-¦ARY FAItt, for the sale of BOOKS and dlstribxtlon of GIFTS, corner ABOU and FIFTH Stronti. Ou and after WEDNESDAY, 12th lnrt., we Intrad to give tb» book-buying publio an opportunity of eolKtlng from the shrives or our eitabllshment, any amount o books, In all the varied Separtmenta of Llteratun and oolenta, at tli» saro» Low.?rlwsatjthl6U.wensuaUy stU thsoiand •rerjr parehaMrf W » bookI or Woks to tttiamount of One Dollara^MJWrdj . wUlwfceirta Bjf»|;Talae4 * tfron>Tw»ntyiT» (SamtttoO^HnniMA 1 Thm will t« no haiard or risk to nil. and no favoritism or (UrUiUtJ in the distribution of the girts to our patrons'. ' - *--..*' ' aull-zt •"HALE...

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Id=203 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

•JJAHUEL NATHANS, .AUCTIONEER, 13 ond MONEY LOAN OFFICE, No. 113 South THIRD Streetbelow Walnut, opposite Fear St.. only eight doora below the Exchange. - Hours of business from 7 o'clock, A, M., until 10 o'clock in the evening. Out-door sales, and soles ot the Auction House, attended upon the most satisfactory terms. CAPITAL {200,000. Established /or tkt last Thirty Years. Advances nude from one dollar to thousands on Dia monds, Silver PUta ^ Watcheo, Jewelry, Hardware, Mer chaudlieClothing,Furniture, Bedding, CigarsMusical Instruments, Guns, Hones,' Carriages, and Goods of every description. All goods con remain any length of time agreed upon. All advances, from one hundred dollars and upmnla will be ' charged 2 per cent, per month; $330 and over, the lowest market rate. This 8tore House having a depth of 120 feethas luge flro and thief-proof vaults to store otl valuables, ond private watchmen for the premises; also, o heavy insurance effected for the benefit of all parr' va hav...

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Id=136 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

tbalches, Memtlto, $zt BAILEY & CO., CHESTNUT STREET, Manufacturers of ' - BRITISH STERLING SILVER WARE, Uunder their Inspection, on the premises exclusively. Citizens and Strangers are Invited to visit our manufactory. - - WATCHES. Constantly on hand a splendid stock ot Superior Ooli ¦ Watches, of all the celebrated makers. DIAMONDS. Necklaces, Bracelets, Brooches, Esr-Rings, Finger-Blnga, and all other articles in the Diamond line. Drawings or NEW DESIGNS will be made free ol charge for those wiahlng work made to order. RICH GOLD JEWELRY. A beautiful assortment of all the new styles of Fin* Jewelry, such as Mosaic, Stone and Sholl Cameo, Pearl, Coral, Carbuncle, Morquislte, . Lara, &c, &o. BHEFFIELD CASTORS, BASKETS, WAITSBS, 4c. Also, Drome and Marblo CLOCKS, of newest styles, and of aupeirlor quality. aul-d tw&w ly

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Id= 82 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

jmyortiitions. i [Reported for The Press.] WILUINOTON, N. 0.—Schr Henry Nutt, Williams—420 bbls rosin, 30 casks spirits turpentine, Rowley, Ash. burners Co; 4 boxes mdse, PrD Jayne&Sonj 1 bbl tarChas Henderson: 94 bbla rosin, Knight & Boll: 34 bales yarn, Hay & McDevitt; 31 bbls spirits turpentine, Yarnall & Ogden; 100 do do Martin & McOalieUr; 721 bbls rosin109 do pitch,' 224 do spirits turpentine, 24 pkgs sundries, order* CARDENAS—Brig Oanima, Ford—W hhds sugar Twells, Qaskill & Orlvln. NANTUOKET-Schr E W Perry, Samson-a300 gal-Ions winter whale oil 2816 do bid spring do Shobor, Bunting Be Co., 6308 do winter whalo oil 12 bbla soap Thsine&'MeKeone. NEW YOBE-Schr M Vassar, SrOtapo—8027 gallons whale oil A S Ashmead; 1634 do Hodgson & Keen; 8273 do Cochran k Russell; 6236 do 60 bbls oil soap Shober, Bunting & Co; 309 gallons sperm oil B B Baker. PHILADELPHIA BOABD OP TRADK. ISBifL S10HBI8, ) JOBIFH O. G/RUBB, ...

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Id=201 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

Joan Batlis, Auctioneer, NO. 325 ARCH STREET, between THIRD AN!) FOURTH 8TBEET8. SALE8 EVBBY EVENING at 8 o'clock, Of Bocta, Sho«, Brogans, Gaiters, Hardware, Cutlery, Watches: Jewelry, Hosiery, Whips, Trunks. Fancy Goods, Notions, 4c. 4o. - N. B. Terms of. Night Sales, four, montha credit for approved City occaptonces, for sums of S100 and over with interest added from dote of aale. ' CAR0.—Oat-door Soles solicited of Household Furniture at dwellingsStocks of HardwareUnderwriters' Sales of Haiuwore, Cutlery, &c. Conaignments solicited to ba sold ottht Auction Rooms. Charges moderate. Apply as above. Advances mode on Consignments of Goods. . , - aul lm Bt Gbo. W. 8wta, Auetioaeer'. NE. CORNER OF BARRON AND i, SOUTH STBEET8, above Secani. EVENING SALES. SALES EVERY SATURDAY EVENING , At TX o'clock, at the Auction Store, of HardwireCutlery, Houaekeening'Artlcles, Ctothing, Watchss, Jewelry, Fancy Articles. &e. ' -

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Id=114 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

( JlOfll COAL! COAL! COAL!—TAGGABT'" CELEBRATED SPRING MOUNTAIN LEHIOH COAL. J. t B. 0 ARTEB'S GREENWOOD. T AM AQUA COAL GEORGE W. SNYDER'S PINK FOBSST 80HUYLKILL COAL. RANDALL & MEREDITH Have for sale, aud are constantly receiving rrom the above celebrated Collieries, COAL OF ALL 8IZE8. Thero Is no Coal mined anywhere, equal fa quality to these , and a trial will convince any one or their great superiority. Our Coal is very carefully screened at our yardsand we will warrant it perfectly free rrom slate, dust and all Impuritiea. Our PRICKS areas LOW " the VEBY LOWEST. Orfor. left atour Office, No. 3 SOUTH FRONT street, above Walnut. ' Orders left at our Yard, OALLOWHILL street, below BB0AD street. Orden left at our WharfWATER street, above CALLOWHILL—or sent to either place per Despatch Post, will receive prompt attention. Purchasers for Family use will do well to call and examine our Coal before.purohaslDir elsewhere. ju4-tf

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Id= 77 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

lltveland papen the following report and tuggeitlona othe BoaiSofUnderwrlters upon this snbject:, . B. ' iP. florf, Esq., Chairman Executive Committet Lajce Board of Vndtncriterl ; Dear Sir: I sond you, as requested,tho statement compiled by me, showing the tonnage and the grades ol rail vessels which suffered by disasters on the Western Lakes In the navigation sooeou or 1858. It shows the enormous loss or 11,044016 enaulng rrom 48T disasters, In a fleet of 1083 sail vossels. A careful examination of the statement will completely vindicate the principle adopted by the Lake Underwriters at their Convention in 1855, vis: Increased rates of premium on the increased tonnage of hulls. The disasters may he briefly summed up in this form: Afloat under 100 tons 173 vessels, disasters 31, loss $43,823 « 1009200 tons, 331 " " HB i " 267,100 << 200a3Mtons 2M, " " 1*0, " 402435 •' 800»«0 tons, 260 » " 120, " 8071266 •i 400»600tons, 26 " " Mi " U2,O00 '¦ 6O0»60Otons 6 " " 3, " 6,...

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Id= 89 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

,1 - . ARRIVED..- . . , r , BteaashlB Delaware, Copes, 20 hours from saw York, with miss and passengarS to tot AlldcrulUP«M8d below B*>dy Island four brlga tod all^shoowrs, one of .which showad British oolfft. ; ... , .. 7 Bw^ue-Si*. Tajlor, 6 4iysf«»»o«t«V,wii4fia««»t« dwells QaaktU & OaWIn. " ' . . .11. ' Mi Taoony/;ffWtUSer, 2 4»y> from »«w tork, la Muasl to Q % Arn* * Co. ' ' . BtlgO4ma,nrd,7 dafafrom Oud«us;wlth turn to Tw«Us,QaaklUa^tQUviB. BaUed la co. with fee. iarau»Mahr0W)x,Curtis, for Cork,anal MiOrlun,. lorJortlaaS, M«. t«ft baroue iconl* »nd brigOov Bull, htm Savannahdl«cj*S)«g« Lanwrette, from Portland, do; Modelof Boston, do; Elsmoreof Basgor, Whitman, for Portland In 2 days; bahrue John Fish, for New York, In 3 days. Pott healthy. • >. -'¦ ' : Brig gnehantres«/(Br) Murphy70 day* ftom TarraJ gona0nala, via Halifaxwith wine, io. to order. Schr Heory Mutt, William. 10 daya from Wilmlggtoa, MO,irfttMTrtirtWito-^'tt" ,Martin*Co, ' " Stbr...

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Id=104 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

^ mnaements WALNUT STREET .THEATRE.—Froprietor, Mr. WM. J. NAQLE j Acting and SUge Manager, Mr. WAYNE OLWINE. Pilces-jSress Cirde and Parouette60 oenta: Upper Circle, 2» cents; Private Box and Orchestra Seats, 76 cenU Box Office open from 9 o'olock A. M. to t P. M. Doors open at T o'clock; performance will commence at 8 WEDNESDAY EVENING, August 12th, JUVENILE COMEDIANS. The performance will commence with an Overture bv the Orchestra. ' After which Bherldan's comedy of the SCHOOL FOB SCANDAL. Sir Peter Teaile Lora Gordon Boone LodyTeatle Anna Isabella Boone The whole to conclude with tho farce of A DAY AFTER THE FAIR.

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Id=100 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

F. Brown's Essence ot Jamaica Ginger.— This It truly a family medicine' ; at thla season, when atTectloua or the stomach and howela are so common, no ramlly, individual, or traveller should be without It. It Is peculiarly efficacious In summer complaints of children, and la known and prescribed by the medical faculty. Bee advertisement. ; 7 • JHarriageg. 'JP^S? m . ber V\ lm J b JT »"• T - Bralnard, W. M. HOTSONto LIZZIE U. FLANAGBN, all of this city. ' On tto 29th of Anrll, by Rev. John Ohambors, A. J. WB9BKB to MUs UZZU TBIM8LB. , ' JlSJSS 9 ? ?'*•' b)r Bev ' Mr> Groy, Mr. THOMPSON SBNEST, of thla city, to Miss FANNY 1UCIIARDS, of

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Id= 86 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

illarme Intelligence. PORT OF f HK.APELPHIA, Angnrt 18, 16ST. BUN BISE8 .....5 9-SUN8ETS 1.6 61 UIQH WATEB ..'...... 7 30

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Id=169 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

GTonbioales for (Dffice |^ ASSEHBLT—SScena-mBSfe^BR ' - X BAN J. COOK, Second Ward. Subject to DimocraUe Rules. aul2-ic*

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Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

utants WANTED TO RENT.—A THREE Story BRICK H8USE, suitable for a small family. The beat references given. Addreaa'l Rent," Preuoffico. aul2-2w*

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Id=217 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 12 August 1857

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