From "Steeplejack: Apology. pt.I. In old Philadelphia. pt. II. Paris forty years ago" by James Huneker, mentioned "The Keg" kept by the Gasslein brothers, Joseph and Charles, the sons of old man Gasslein, who had a place fifty years ago further up town on Callowhill or Noble St.
The book also told of the actor, Edwin Booth, brother of John Wilkes Booth, at "The Keg."