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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

TjrOMESTEAffpOIl-^Si ^ OO! _LAND.,J)IS JGtaiuuur tqN !,j ohaNoksor poor m«ij n , Tho Northwestern Slntual Land .Benefit Association will uipke u grand distribution of $30,000 worth of real catate and inapt) to iitf members. The number of nusinben* is limited to 15,000. $<z,qq and five letter wlHiupg nor uasmborshlp! or & share. Any indWIdutl seudtag lip snd the stamps, shall bo entitled to six shares; or any person sending |1Q with nix nameswith the addtreiui of eachwr tfully written , shall be entitled to nil shares. The ' distribution will be mode in Chicago, Sept. 25th, 1857. , The following in the real estate to be distributed; jfo. 1. ,An improved farm of 30 acres in Cooko Co., Illinois, allied at - $3,000 No. 2. Au improvod farm of 260 acres in Whito< flities Co., Illinois , valued at 3,000 No. 3. An improved farm of 160 acres in White-Hides Co., Illinois, valued at 8,000 No, 4. Au excellent private residence in Dubmiue, Iowavalued at ' 3,000 No. 5....

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Id=242 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

rHIOICE FARM LANDS FOR SALE.— \J TUB ILLINOISCENTRALKAILHOADCOMPANY is now prepared to sell about 1,600,000 acres of choice Farming lands, in tracts of 40 acres and upward*), on long creditsand at low rates of interest. These lands wore granted by the Government,to aid In the construction of this Road, and ' are among the richest and most fertile In the world, They extend from Korth-£ost and North-West, through the middle of the State, to tbe extreme South, and include every variety of climate and productions found between those parallels of latitude. The Northern portion is chiefly prairieInterspersed with fine groves, and in the middle and Southern sections timber predominates, altero&tla* with beautiful pralrios and openiore. Tho climate is more healthy, itmd and equable, than any other part of the country—the air Is pure and bra* clng, while living streams and springs of excellent water abound. Bituminous Goal Is extensively mined, and aappliM. a cheap and desirable fu...

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Id=248 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

CIX PENNY SAVINGS FUND, Corner of £3 Pirill and WALNUT Streets. Open dally, from 9 to 8and on Tuesday and Friday Evenings, until S o'clock. { Large or amall aomfl received, and paid without notico, with FIVE PER OKNT. INTEREST, by 0h«CtLoro(heirfiei JOHN THOMSON, Pjet't. ,' . V.I0H KIRSIDEHTS, TH0S. T. TASKEE, EDWIN M. LEWIS. BBOBKTABT AVn TRSASDBKB, WM. T. BLBEBT. TBOSVBBB , John B.AustinWm. O. Ludwif, John E. Addlckl, D. 0. Levy, Beiemon Alter, Charles E. Lex, M. W. Baldwin, A. Miskey, William Clark, Israel W. Morris, Jr., Ephralm Clark, Jr., Wm.Ncal Charles S. Caratalr.1, Thos. Nellson Robert Clark, Thomas S. Reed, M. B. A. J. Dresel. James Buesell, ChuleaSutllu, Thos. t. Sparliawk, Win. B. Foster, Oscar Thompson, Benjamin Gerhard, Peter Williamson, John Jordan, Jr., Isaac 8. Waterman, Lewis Lewis, Jr., Charles I. Yerkea. fltil.Rm * WO. 88 (241) DOCK STREET,—fIVE 11 PEE CENT. 8TATB SAVINOS FUND. fWO. 88 (241) DOCK STREET. —FIVE il PER CENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND. NO. 83 (241) DO...

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Id=278 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

T\TEW TOSK LINES_THE OAMPEJST 11 AND AMBOY RAILROAD AND PHILADELPHIA AKD THENTGX BAIL80AD COMFAKt'S LINES. rnou rniLABiLPuii io nwtowc,A»r>wax Leare as foliovs, Tls: ' Fakk At 1 A. M.. from Keniington Depot, via Jetx^ City, S[«ll...,. ; $3 25 it 6 A. SI., Til Camdu and Itixj City, New Jetse/ AacommodstiOB , -..., ( 3 a At 6 A. M., xia Camden and Amtoj. Aeeonusoda' tioa ; 2 At 7 A. M., Tia Camden and Jersey City, Homing At 10 A.M., or steamboaV Trenton, Via Taeonjr and Jersey Cifr, Morning KlprMa S At 2 P. M.,Via Camden and Amboy, o. and A. Express....} , 3 At 5 P. SI. JL» Camden and Jertej Oltj-, ETeniij Mail •¦••j..•.••...••••................,.,,..., 3 At 3 P. M., Tia Camfien and Amtey, A<eommoda' tion, 1st Class... ' 2 At3P.M.,TiaCamd«s and Ambor, Aetiommoda' tion, 2nd Class.. ,....<,,.,,.,, 1 At 0 P. M-, ria Camden *oj Amtnr, «Li^^ryy1< ¦ tion, 1st Class,,,, S At 6 P. H., rii Camden and Amkor, Ateommodation, 2nd Class 1 The 5 P. II. line runs daily...

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Id=243 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

LO CAL FREIGHT NOT1U E—T H E PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY art now prepared to receive and forward FREIGHT between PhiladelphiaLancaster, and Columbia, at the following rates per hundred pounds : BETWEEN PHILA. AND COLUMBIA. First Class. Second Class. Third Class. Fourth GIa£a. 22 eta. . IScts. 16 eta. Hcts. Flour, 18 eta. per barrel. Via metal, 10 cts. per 100 pounds. BETWEEN PIIILA. AND LANCASTER. First Class. Second Class, Third Class. Fpurth Class. 20 eta. 17 ct*. 15 cts. • 13 cts. Flour25 cts. per barrel. *" Pig Metal, 10 cts. per 100 pounds. ARTICLES OF FIRST CLASS. BooksFresh Pish, JSouUi and Shoes, Nuts in Bags. Cedar and Wooden Ware, Porter and Ate in bottles, ' Dry Goods, Poultry in coops, Eggs. Pork, (fresh,) Furniture, Poultryi (dressed,) Feathers, Wrapping Paper. ARTI0LES OP 2o CLASS. Apples, Molasses, Cheese, • Melons, Clover and Grass Seed, Oils in casks or barrels, Crockery, Paper in boxes, ¦ * Candles, Pasteboard. CaskB or Barrels, (empty,) Po&ches, (dri...

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Id=277 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

fimlrfliihs PENNSYLTAKIA BAILEOAD^-THK Q REiT CENTRAL BOUTS, •©uniting \h« Atlantic CiUes with WesternNorth-weeternand Southwestern States, by a. continuous Sailwsr olreet. Zhi> Road also connect* at Pitboargli with daily Ui» *& steamers to all point* on Uw Waatera Bivers, tad at CleTel&nd and Sandosky with Steamers to all ports, oa the North-w^tern Lakes; making the nort DIRBCT, CHSAPE8T andBELIABLB ROtTEbj which Frti«kt can be forwarded to and from the GREAT WEST. ' BURQ 158 BfiTWE3EN ^HTDADELPHIA AND TITTS FU.S.T Cusa—Boote, Shoes, Hata, and Caps, BooksDry Goods, (in boxes bales and banks), Drugs*, (in boxes aad balen) feathersFurs *e .lie. per 100 It Bkcosd Cuss—ttemeetic JEaectinr, Bhirtlpg and . Ticking, (in original bales), Drag* (m ***")Hardware. Leather, (in roll* or boics). Wool, »nd£heepPeltj,BaJitward,«kc.ic... 60c per 100Ib Tbi*d Ctiss—AnTlls, BteelChains, (In easks), Hemp. Baeon and Pork , Salted, (loose or in sacks), Tohaceo. muufactBrod, ...

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Id=268 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

MANUFACTURERS' INSURANCE COMPANY.—Charter Perpetual. Oranted by the Btate of Pennsylvania. Capital, f&00,000. Fire, Marine, and Inland Transportation. SIBI0T018. Aaron S. Llpplncott, Charles Wise, Wm. A. Rhodes, Alfrod Weeks, Charles J. Field, James P. Smyth, Wm. B. Thomas, J. RlnaldoSank, Wm. Neal, John P. Simons AARON 8. LIPPINOOTT, President. WM. A. RHODES, Vice President. ALFRED WEEKS, Secretary. J. W. MARTIEN, Surveyor. This Company was organized with a cash capitaland the Plrectors have determined to adapt the business to Its available resources—to observe prudence fa conducting its affairs,' with a prompt adjustment of losses. Office No. 10 Merchants' Exchange, Philadelphia, anl-dlr rfiHE MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSU-± RANCH COMPANY OF PUILADELPUIA.-Offlce No. ttl WALNUT Street, opposite the Exchange. MARINE RISKS on Vessels, Cargoes, and Freights. INLAND TRANSPORTATION RISKS, per Railroads, Canals, Boats, and other carriages. ALL THE PROFITS divided annually among the ...

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Id=257 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

HELMBOLD's GENUINE PREPARATION, Extract Buchu, removes all the symptom, among which will bo found Indisposition to exertion, Load of Power, Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, General Weakness, Horror of DiseaseWeak. Nerves, Trembling, Dreadful Hot toe of Death. Night Sweats, Cold Feet, W&kefulnestfDimness of VisionLanguor, Universal Lassitude of, the Muscular Syeteui jOften enormous Appetite or ©yupeptlo Symptoms, Jjot .IlandB. Flushings of the Body, Dryncss of the Skin. Pallid Countenance, Eruptions on the Face, Pains In the Back, UeaVWsi^of the £ye I<idB, frequently Black Spot* flying before the EyeB, with temporary SuffusionLow of Sight. If these syraptons are allowed to go on, which this medicine Invariably removes, soon follow Fatuity and Kpileptic Fits TTELMBOLD's GENUINE PREFARAXX TION, Extract Buchu, for all Diseases of the BladderKidneys, Gravel, Dropay, Nervous and Debilitated Sufferers. F YOU ABE SUFFERING TVITH ANY of the above distressing ailments...

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Id=256 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

liUbtcinco 1\[IKJ.TEENTH CENTURrt—THE 11 UBKAT BJ3MEDT OP THJ5 NINETEKNTII CENTURY IS THE IMPERIAL BKPURATIVE. This Is now the great standard remedy for diseases of tho BloodStomath and Liver. If you hive a Cancerous or Scrofulous uffeciion , at once use the Imperial Depurative, 2Wfer.-—Ar« you troubled with this obstinate and anpleasant disease ?, Use the Imperial DevuraUvc. Try but one bottle. - iiave you White Swelling, nip Slaeue. or Glandular Swellings? The Imperial Dtpurative will effect a cure. Try it. For Pimples, blotches and Eruptions of the 8kin generally, you have a prompt and certain remedy in the Imperial Dtpvrative. One bottle will satisfy you of its efficacy. Use the Imperial Dcpurattve, it yon would hare a clear, healthful, and beautiful complexion. Use the Imperial Dipurative for a diseased state of the Liver or Stomach. < For females of a weak and debilitated habit and shattered nerves, the Imntrial Dtvurrtive 1b inst what is required to re-inTigora...

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Id=270 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

GIRAKI) FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANYPHILADELPHIA—OOce, No. 62 WALNUT street, west of THIRD. " FIRE RISKS ONLY TAKEN." JJIKKOTOliS. Wm. M. Swain, Jer. Walker, John Anspach, Jr., Jno. McClure, It. N. Burroughs, Tho, Craven, J. B. Hughes, A. 8. Gillett, F. D. Sherman, Funnan Sheppard, Wm. P. Hacker, Saml. Jones, M. D., i. P.SteinorJeseph Klapp, M. D. U. A, Shaekelford Hoi. J0EL JONESPresident. Hon. 0. W. WOODWARD, Vice President. Jao. 8. MoMdlms, Secretary. Jahkb B. Alvoro, Assistant Secretary. aul-3m jTIHARTER OAK FIRE AND MARINE \j INSURANOE COMPANY ot HARTFORD. CONN. Cash Capital $200,000. Losses in Philadelphia and vicinity adjusted at the PkillMtelpMn OJfirt. By leave we refer to D. S. Brown & Co., Phlla. Hon. Joel Jones, Phlla. ChafTees, Stout 4. Co., " Hon. Rufus Choate, Boston HackerLea k Co., " Hon. T. S. Williams, Hart'd We have facilities for p aclng any amount of Insurance in the most reliable Companies. PHILADELPHIA OENSRAL INSURANCE AOENCY, No. 413 (old No....

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Id=279 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

CHANGE OF HOOES^-PHILADELPH1A, WILMIKQTOS AST) BALTIMOM KAIL. ROAD. O» and after Thnrsdar, Julj 2d, M57, PASS£KO£B TRAINS LEAVE PHILADELPHIA for Baltimore at S A. H., 1 P. M., (ElpresL) asd 11 >or Wilmington at 8 A. M., 1, 4.U wtUP.IL For New Castle at 8 A. M., 1 aLJ 4J5 P. M.. For HiWletoiTP at« A- M. and 4 JS P. M. 1m Sover it t A. M. and 4.U P. 11. Foi SfSforJ at 8 A. M. and 4.U P. M. TRAINS TOR PHILADELPHIA Lean Baltimore at 8.H, -Express, II A. If., and SJS P.M. Leare Wilmington at 8 60 and 11.55 A. SI., and 13 andO.MF.H. LeaTe New Castle at 64) and 11.06 A. H.,ud9.0& P.M. LeaTe Middleton at 10.0Q A. M. aad J.OS P. M. LeaTe Dover at I.W A- U. and T P. U. L«»Y» SmTcjiJ »t T.OO A. J[. and 4.00 P. M. TRAINS FOB BAI.TIMOIB Inn Wilmington at 9.15 A. U ,5P.M. andlijr SUNBAT3 only at U P. M. from PhUadetikU t» Baltimore, do. do. C.23 P. M. tram Battimsn to Philadelphia. DALTIMOM AND HATRE DEOSACE AOtKlimo. DATIQN TRAIN learet Harre de Graoe at 640 A. SI. Leates Bs4U...

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Id=281 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

FIILADELPHIA, GERMANTOWN AKD NOBBISTOWN RAILROAD—Sl'UMBB AR EANQ£aI£!ITS, On and after May Sth, 18S7. FOB GKEAIAATOWK. Leare Pn iladelphia at t, T, B, 910-min., 10, UX, A. M y and 1,1, S-10 min., 4, S, 6,1,8,9, ll)j, P. M Lea.™ Germantown at 6, 7, 7-35, g, 9-10 min., 10X, I1KA. M., 1, 33-10min.,46, «T»1 0^P. M. The 7-35 o'clockA. SI., irainfromGermantown, will not itop at intermediate Stations. OH SU3&ATS. Leare Philadelphia, at 9-30 A. M., 2, 3,10, i-3t and Leare Oermantown at 8-20, >-30 A. M., 1-10, 4X, 6 15. and 7 P.M. CHEBXHUT HHiL BAILR8A9. LeaTe PbilUelphia at 6, 8,9-10 min., 11X A. M., 2, ' LeaTe Chestnut Hill at 7-157-3510-10, 11-10, min., A. M., 1-40, S-40, 5-40, 7-40,10-10 min., P. M. OS S DSD ATS. Lure Philadelphia at 9-20 A- M., 2. iSi and S P. M. I*aTe Chestnut IEU at 8 A. M., 12-60, 4-10, and 6-JO, On aud after Miy 4th, 1857. FOR MANAVCNK. CONSH0H0CKEH, ASD SOR KISTOWN. LeaTe Philadelphia at 6, 9, and 11 , A. M., and 3,4X, ojK,andiiK,P. ' M. *' Lea...

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Id=273 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

ISLAND HOUSE, (LATE HURON,) MACINACMIOHIOAN, bv A. T. BIRCHARD. The above Establishment is now open for the sea^n as a " Bummer Hotel," for tho reception of guests. No expense has been spared to make thi fh Brst class Hotel. The houBe has been furnished entirely newwith every article of fashionable furniture necessary for the comforts and luxuries desired by families; superior cowks, and attentive and respectful servants , engaged to auswer the call of visitors. The sleeping apartim-uts nro furnished with all the comfortable and desirable requisites for quiet and refreshing reposo. The proprietorhowoverrelies more on action than promisesand will endeavor to be equal to the requirements of the times and *,.- _n>,iiH n,,10.10t# BW. TINQLET & CO., BANKERS, • No. 37 South THIRD Street, Philadelphia. COLLECTIONS promptly made on all accessible points In the United States and Canada. Stocks, Bonds, tec Boug ht and Sold on Commission. Uncnrrent Bus Notes, Checks, &am...

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Id=244 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENTNEW GAS CONSUMING FURNACE. CMLSOiPS NEW CONE FURNACE, after having been put to tbe most severe test, during the two gold WWTBB8 OP 1856 i»d 1857has proved to be the most powerful heater in the worldsaving from W to % the fuel over any of the best furnaces now io uie. Thbue FuHMAOKa are constructed with a cast iron aph pit, and a broad, shallow p&n-ih&ped fire potlined with flre-brlck or iron staves. The flro pot is surmounted with A SERIES OK CONES, or TAPERING RADIATORS, large and broaAat their base, but tapering to small aperiures at the top, and uniting with the amilar chamber, through which, the heat and smoke pass to the due. Tub WHOLE .products of corabuition In the form of smoke and QiSBa, are suspended directly over the fire, confined or compressed into tho taperlug Oon»8 Ma continually EXPOSED to tho diractactiou of tho rayb of heat and liirfit from the fire. This heat and light is brought to a foods in bach Conk, not unlike the COLL...

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Id=282 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

NORTH PENNSYLVANIA KAILROAD. SOB BETHLEHEM, EASTOK, ALLESTOWN > MAUCH CHUNK, WILKESBARRE, DOYLESTOWN, *e tc THRODOH TO BETHLEHEM WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. On and after Wednesday. July Sth. 1857. the traiu on this Itoad will leare as follows, daily, (Sundays «x cepted: For Bethlehem, Easton, AllentownMauch Chunk, Wilkesbarre4c, Tia Lehigh Valley Railroad, Morninr Expressat 1115 A. M. For Bethlehem , Easton, Allentown, Mauch Chmnk. Tia Lehigh Valley Railroad , ETening Express , at 2 15 Passengers for Easton b y 315 P. M. train take staxM at Iron Hill station. For Doyleatown , (Accommodation) at 8 45 A. M. and For Qwynedd, (Accommodation) at 6 35 P. M. RETURNING. Lea»e Bethlehem at 815 A.M. and 3 45 P. M. Witt Passengers , Tia Lehigh Valley Railroad, from Eastcn, Allentown, Mauch Chunk, TVilkesbarre, 4c, arming in Philadelphia at 1210 M. and 5 45 P. M. Leave Doyleltown, (Accommodation) at 6 45 A. M. and410P.M. Leave Gwvnedd, (Accommodation) at 6 50 A. M. ON SCNDAYS. Leave Phil...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

- ."! JUDGE MOT A MAN. , Judge ' not.m.nVy<h,e«tofhliclothinr-Unheeding the Hfe-patb.thM he puywinue, Or oft yon'lfaamite a lieart that needi Southing, And fail to give honor whore honor \*Me/i. ,. The patttViu&y bo hard 'ana the fiiu^a flti n-jounea; The coat aay bo tittered, the ohebk KOtu with But greater tkan ' kings are 'Lab ' or'^iB'oiniod" And you eati : t judge a man by the ooat: that he ' - • wears. <.-< - " J , ' ' ¦ - , ¦' ,-• ¦;¦ Give im the * man as a'friend and a neighbor Who toiis.it tho loom-rWtth tho spwio.or the , , plough— •... '¦ - ' '_ ¦ .>.-. Who wins his diploma of manhood by labor,, AnS purchases wealth by the'sweat of hl« brow. Why ahoald the broadcloth alone be taspected,, - - An3 the man be despised who.in fustian appears? While the, angels in heaven have, their limbs tin-- - " proteoted, ' - - - ' You can't judge a man by trie ooat that he ,- wears. - - - . - ^/ Judge of a man by the work ho is doing, Speak ' of a m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

.:• ;:'::0^ pinga ^unBgs : r , t ' CJAVING FUND—FIVE PER CENT. IN. 3 TEBEST-NAWONAI., SAFETY TRUST COM'ANY.-WA1NCI 8TBJ8ET, SOUTH-WEST COBNBR >» ¦nnBDrrai1 ' 4 '' 11 '' 1 '''- 1 *- IncoliPPiuTO nr tag Stats or I'tnssttTiKii. i Money 14 received in •«/ auui, large or imall, aud intsreat paid ftom tbo dij oi deposit fo the day of with-Tke office i> open otery day from 0 o'clock In the morning till T o'clock in the evening, and on Monday und Thursday evenings till 9 o'clock. AU Bumalarge or Bmall, are paid back In gold on demand, without notice, to any amount. Tr' HON. UBNBY L. BKNNER , President, HOESBI SEtFRIDaB , Vice President. Wk. J. Bmd, Beoretary. UIRKOTOBU: Hon. Henry L. Benner, O. Landreth Munntl, Edward h. Carter, F. Carroll llrowster, Bobert Selfrldge, Joseph 1). Barry, Baml. K.'Anhton, Henry L. Churchman , James |l. Smith, Vrancis Lee. This Company confines ite business entirely to the receiving of money on interest. The investments , amouutmz to over ONE MI...

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Id=258 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

jjoots nub Sljoes. oT'^.^^OUraEAWlJoRNER ™^1 MARKET and FIFTH Streets. Gentlemen's Best Patent Leather Gaiter Boot). '< • " Calf do. do. " " Patent Leather Oxford Ties. " " Oalf do. do. " " Patent Loather and Calf narrow otrap Shoes. Boys' and Youths' Patent Leather and Calf Skin Qaltor Boots and Shoes. aul-tf For sale by OEO. W. TAYLOR. FALL STOCK OP BOOTS AND SHOE? -JOSEPn H, THOMPSON & CO., No. 314 MAR. KM Btreet, and N6s. 3 and 6 FRANKLIN FLACK have now iu «tore n large and well-auortrd etock of BOOTS and SIIOES, of City and Eastern manufacture, whioh they O0er for aale on the best terms for Garth , or on the usual credit. Buyers are Invited to call and examine their stock. tul-dtf af iHAHLES P. OALDWELL—Wholesale KJ and KeUU WHIP and GANG Manufacturer, N. North FOURTH Street. au4 TjUOORING BOARDS—28,680 fcet.Caro i link Sooilng boardsafloat, for tale by tttSTIK i MAOALISTBR •a! . . H»Kprth.ff,t,,8tmt.

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Id=254 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

PENN STEAM EMGINB AND BOIIj-SB WORKS. BEANET, NEAFIE & CO., PRACTICAL AND TUEORKTIOAL ENGINEERS, MACHINISTS, B0ILEB-MAKKR8, BLACKSMITHS AND FOUNDERS. Haring for many year* been in successful operation, and been exclusively engaged in building and repairing Marine mud Rirer Engines, high and low pressure, Iron Boaits, Water TanksPropellers, &c, ftc., respectfully offer their services to the publie, as being fully prepared to contract for Engines of »11 sizes, MarinoRiverand Stationary. Having sets of patterns of different sizes, tan. prepared to execute oraere wlti} quick despatch. £rery description of Pattern-making made at the shot-test notico. High anduLow Pressure , Flue, Tubular »n4 Cylinder Boilers , ot ' tho beat Pennsylvania charcoal iron. Forging* of all sizes and kinds: Iron and Brass Castings or all descriptions; Roll Turning, Screw Cutting, and all other work connected with the above business. Drawings and specification! for all work done at their establ...

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Id=280 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 17 August 1857

SPRING AHHANGEMENT.—PENNSYLTANIA CBNTRAL RAILROAD.—Rnnninr in direct connection with the PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYNE AKD CHICAGO BAILROAD. For Cincinnati, St. Louis, Iowa Citr, LoniSTiUeNew OrUans, St. Paals, Indianapolis, Ckreland, Kansas Terre Haat«, Chicago- Kebraiss. In adrance of all other routes out of Philadelphia. Ibrmixg etojt £«m«c!uns -letta all tk* Great Wau era Railrcaii. THROUGH TRAINS LeaTe Philadelphia, for Pittsburgh and western eittac, from the PennsylTani* Railroad Passenger StAtion. •oath-rut corner ot ELEVENTH, and MARKET atrNb, (entrance on Eierentk street,) as follows: Mall Train 7 at T—, A.M. Fa»t Line »tl2 5S, P.M. Express Mail at 11 00, Night. Columbia R. B. Line leares for Harrisbnrg at 3^0, P. M., Lancaster )Accommodation,) at 4.30P. M. The Express Mail runs daily, the other trains, Sundays exempted. For farther particulars see hand-bills, at the different starting-points. Passengers from the West will find thia the shortest and most expeditions route to Phi...

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