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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

©08 Sijeittxts. A ' rcher, 'wahner, ^ iiisKEY k co., Manufacturers of UASAL1EBS, BRACKETS. PENDANTS, FITTINGS, and all kinds of OAS and LAMP WORK, GIRANDOLES, 4c, Ko. &3 CHESTNUT Street, Philadelphia. ABCUEB, WABSER 4 CO, No. 376 BROADWAY, New York. Buildings fitted with Gas Pipes, and all kinds of'altering and repairing of Gas Work. anl-lm*

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Id=271 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

B t&offinw PEOPoStKtf'lffiMro-,M]ifflfB.5tOSHKOO«BTIIUIOJ ( Of'XUCXBf-TKZi'&^sW tftfw* ' ?*»<*«?* proposed to fts Oonrtituttdnof tt» CfommwgilttL ij Leotinn^' irith the profiiiona fifths tenth wflcl* tkereof. - " ¦ '" ' There shall be ftJ'Jddit^Jil *rtici« to uU Constitution to be designated u artieW rtereii,« to\Xam» :-1XTICLRX!. 0* PDBlitO DEBTS. SaonoH 1. The State m»y contpttft debtato sapglj casual deficit or fiilurw in rerenawr. ot to meet expen* sea not otherwise proridad fort tut the tggrente unount of «uoh debla direct- Mid contlngeBtwhether contracted bjr virtue of one or more twta of the general ajwemblj, or at different periods of timeBhaU neyer «• ceed seven hundred and fifty thousand dollars, and tna mouey arising from the creation of such debit, ahftU be applied to the purpone for wh.'ta it wa» obUSned, or to repay the debts so contracted, and to no other purpose whatever. Sectioh 2. In addition to the above limited power, the State may contra...

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Id=231 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

WTEKAT O SELECTIONS Tobacoo SKOKtNQ. -^ 'yhe if ouammedan ,legead on the.Wbjecii^ .Jpojopg for .repetition under its Eastern garb. Suffice it that a viper Was restored; to health by (the /warmth of the Prdpfiet's ;bddy:,_ • Immediately i on. convai lesconce, the ungrateful reptile announced the iutentkmof biting his preaet/vet< • TheFia phc^ expostulated;; rAn iirgumont ensued, which ended in the viper's carrying out its original projects :•¦ The iProphet sucked the venoni from his woundeH-wrist and spat it forth. "From these drops sprang that wondrous wood, which has the bitterness of the serpent's tooth quell&kby'fhe sweet- saljya of the 1 Prophet." But \yliateVer.thc origin' of tobacco, no plant has exercised so much political influence. The Fope.i.n'rban. Vni. exoommunicated all those wlio took anuff in churches. The Empress Elizabeth was less severe. She declared that the annff-boioa of those who made use of them inchurch- ahould be confiscated, to the us...

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Id=230 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

IV JOHN OF LANCASTER About ten years ngo : there resided ill the little tiUnge of Tioga, in the coiinty of thoE«me sam«, a-gentlemsn named 'Maj. ^llltams. - He was very much Mteeined byoll who * knew him, on account of hisiigteeable and social disposition. In fact, he wiuextrerady popular, and beloved and reipeoted by*Jarjooln)laof,frl«nds«ndiioirm(inUnoe9. Ho KiuWerably well off, Seine ponessod of (raffioient pfope ' riy tbensbtohim to live in comforteble style; whilst an arniablo wlXe. and. Eororftl interesting obildren still farther aided to contribute to his bippifiSs. " :-" * . - '" - 'y. •' • ' ; " , " , ' • '¦"" " ' About the time ipofcen of xftbore, ' ft Scotch gen-Uemah, named Campbell, cainVto reside in the same village, ' He waa employed , , by. the wealthy Mat of^helpj,' podge'4 '' CB ' ., of.New^rork, oityv ta superintend one of their lumbering establishmentj n«ar thai place. " Mr. C/.' ftai itriotly temperate, aneifelleut buiinessman) and.odmurably,adapted to d...

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Id=236 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

iHieceliaiteotta HOMESTEAD FOB ¥2.00! LAND pig. TBIBUWOK : J 1 ' .ORANOB JOB HM)R SSEN! ' j ThetforthwnfltoniWiTtu&l l*qd Benefit Aiwcl&tion will m&lto a grand distribution or $30 ,000 worth of real estate and maps to its niemberfi.' The number of mecnbers la limited to 16,000. $2.00 and five latter stamps per membership, or a share. Any individual pendjo* |10 find the fctftmpa, ahaU be entitled to six aharea ¦ or any parson sending *19 *Hh Blr nameawith tho address of each, carefully written, ghall be entitled to bIx shares The distribution will he made In Chicago, Sept. 25th The following Is the real estate to be distributed • No. 1. An improved farm of SO fcorea In Oooke Ool, Illinois, alaed at $3 000 No. 3. An improTed farm of 160 acres in White- ' sides Co., Illinois, rallied at 3 qoo No. 3. An Improved farm ' of 160 acres In White- ' sides Co., Illinois, rallied at 3 000 No, 4. Anexcelleniprivateresidemo inDubuque , Iowa, valued at 3 qoo No 6. 100...

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Id=242 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

Qiwinao Smiba S ' ATOJGr FUND—FIVE PER CENT. IN. TflB8ST—NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST 00MPA»yUwilNTJT Sta»»T, SOUTH-WEST CORNER OF THIRD, PHILADELPHIA. laooapojBATio ** *HH Statb or Pb^mstlvakia. Money is received In any awn , Urwor small, and Interaat paid from the d»y of deposit fa the day of with-The office la open every day from 9 o'clock In the morning till 7 o' clock in the evening, and on Monday and Thursday eTeninga till» o'clock. All flumi large or small, are paid back In gold oa demand, without notice, to any amount. ' HON. HBNRY L. BBNNER, President, B0BBRT SELPKIDOH, Vice President. Wm. J. ftu», Secretary. dirkotors: Hon. Henry L. Benner, 0. Landreth Manns, Edward L. Carter, F. Carroll BrewBter, Robert SelfrMgo, Joseph B. Barry. ' Sftml. K. Asbtou, Henry L. Churchman, James B. SmithFrancis Leo This Company confines ts business entirely to the receiving of money on interest. The investments, amounting to over ONE illtllON AND A HALF 0? DOLLARS, are mode in coaformity with ...

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Id=234 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

VARIETIES A Stolen Scml.—A curious Illustration of the enthusiasm of science was exhibited ut the exhumation of the remains of the great surgeon Bichat upon tho occasion of their removal to tho Cemetfere de l'Est., The medical congress appointed to superintend the ceremony and attest tho authenticity of the remains awaited in awe and silonce their bringing to lightly.the grave-digger, and'a ' murmur of respect and veneration ran through the assembly as, by degrees these honored relics were Uncovered. The skeleton waB found perfeot—lying oxactlyas it had been interred—all, saving the scullwas found complete and entire. Search was mado in every direction for tho missing scull without effect, and various were the surmises created by its mysterious absence, when lo! to tho uttor stupefaction.of all presont, Dr. Koux, one of Bichat's successors at the Hotel Dicustepped forward, and drawing from his pocket a human skull, held it aloft for a moment, proclaimed it to be that of tho gr...

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Id=257 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

Memanu Comnaities THE QUAKER CITY INSURANCE COMPANY, Office No. 408 (late W) WALNUT Bt, Capital and Burplnn*25O,0O0. K This Company continues to make Insurance againsl loss or damage by Fir« and tho Perils of the Sea, Island Navigation and transportation, at current rates. President—GEO. H. HART Vice President—E. P. ROBS. Secretary and Treasurer—H. R. COGGSHALL Assistant *"^a5*§B O TIj M. George H. Hart, E. W. Bailey, };, P. Rosa, . Charles G. Iinlar A.O.CJUUWm. D.Lewis, Jr., Joseph Edwards, 3.1. Pomeroy, John O. Dale, Andrew R. Chambers , Hon. Henry M. Fuller, H. R Cougsliall, Foster B.Perkins, Samuel Jones M D au^l " Cl'arab8r " ' A. F. Oheeebrough. C 1REAT WESTERN INSURANCE AND f TRUSTCO., PHILADELPHIA, No. 331 (late J07) WALNUT STRKET. Charter perpetual. Aiithomed capital, {500,000. FIRE INSURANOE-On merchandise generally, household furuituro, on stores, dwellings, Sec. Limited or perpetual. MARINE INSURANCE—On cargoes , freights, and vessels, to all parts of the world. ...

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Id=238 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

I OCAL FREIGHT N O T I C E-—T H E J PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY are now prepared to receive and forward FREIGHT between Philadelphia, Lancaster, and Colombia, at the following rates per hundred pounds: BETWEEN PIIJXA. AND COLOMBIA. First OI&hs. Second Class. Third Class. Fourth CIsbi. 22 cU. 18cts. 16 eta. 14cts. Flour' IS eta. per barrel. Pig raetst, 10 eta. per 100 pounds. BETWEEN PHILA. AND LANCASTER. , Fir*t CUua. Second Cl&bs. ThlnlClasa. Fourth Class. 20 els. lTcts. lficts. -13cts. Flour, 25 eta. per barrel. Fig M«tal, lOcts. per 100 pounds. ARTICLES OF FIRST CLASS. Books, Frosh Fish, Hoots and Sboes, Nuts In Big*. Cedar and Wooden Ware, Porter and Ale in bottles, DryGoodB, ' Poultry la coops, Egga. Fork, (fresh,) , Furniture, ' Poultry, (dressed.) Feathers, . Wrapping Paper. ARTICLES OF 2n CLASS. Ajipics, moianaett, , ¦ Ohoeae, Melons , Clovor and Grass Seed, OUslnctsksor barrel*, Crockery, Paper In boxes, Candles, Pasteboard, Casks or Barrels, (empty,) ...

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Id=251 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

IHcbirmefi NINETEENTH CENTURY I—THE GREAT REMEDY OF THE NINETEENTH OENTUHY IS TUB IMPERIAL DEPTJP.AT1VE. This is now the great standard remedy for diseases of the Blood, Stomach and Liver. . If you have a Cancerous or Scrofulous asrectlon, at once use the Imperial Vtpurative. Tetter.—Kn you troubled with this obstinate and unpleasant disoase ? Use the Imperial Vtpurative. Try but one bottle. Have yon White Swelling, Hip Diseaseor Glandular SwellingBi The Imperial Depurative will eHect a cure. Try it. For Pimples, Blotches and Eruptions of the Skin genera.ll v, you nave a prompt aad certain remedy in the /mptrtal Depurative. Une bottle will satisfy you of its eScacy. .. Use the Imperial Depurative, if you would have a dear, healthful, and beautiful comploxlon. Uie the Imperial Depurative for a diseased state of the Liver or Stomach. i For females of a weak and debilitated habit and that tered.uerves, the Imperial Depurative ia Just what Is required to re-invigorate the frame ...

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Id=273 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

TVETT TOBK LINES.—THE CAMDEN ll ANDAMBOTBAItROADAHOPHttADlOiPHIA AND TBJSNTON BAHB0AD COMPANY'S LIKES. • JBOSi PHILADELPHIA TO NBW YOBE, AND WAY PLACES. Leare as follows., Tii: VtMM At 1 A. M., from Kensington Depot, Tia Jersey Citj, MaU »** At 8 A. M., Ti»Camden ul Jersey Ci*j, Sei Jersey Accommodation i 3 At 6 A. 51.. Tia Camden and Amboj, Accommodatioa 1 At 7 A. 51., Tia Camden and Jeney City, Homing Mail » At 10 A. M., br steamboat Trenton, Tia Tacony and Jersey City," Morning Exprea 3 At 2 P. M., Tia Camden ana Amboy, C. and A. £zpress....... ...-...........•....-•¦••••• 3 At 5 P. M. Tia Camden and Jersey City, S«nlnj Stail S At 3 P.M., Tia Camden and Amhoy, Accommodation, 1st Class X At 3 P. JI., Tia Carndrn and Ambor, Accommodation, 2nd Claaa 1 At 6 P. M., Tia Camdeo and Amboy, Accommodation, 1st Clus 3 At» P. M., Tia Camden and Amboy, Accommodation, «nd Class 1 The S P. M. line runs daily, *all others Sundayae eepted. ; Express Linn stop at the principal stations only, lor...

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Id=275 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

SPRING ARRANGEMENT.—PENNSYLVANIA CENTRAL RAILBOAD—Sunning in direct connection with the * - " PtTTSBDEGH . l-OBTWATNE AND CHICAGO BAILEOAD. For Cincinnati, . 81. LouisIowa City, ' 1 LoulsTille, NewOrleau; St. PaaU, ' ' Indlanapolif, Clerelaad. Kansas, ^ * - Terre liaute, Chicago. XeDraass. In adrance of all other routea <nt of Philadftlnni*. Fm**i*g time connection icith all Uu Cheat Jtuter% Railroads. ¦ THBODGH TBAINS ' Leare PhiltdelphU, for PittttMftji uuTweatttn cWe*. from the tewujl'ania. BaUroauTlNaaeanr Stotton soath-east comer ol ELEVENTH and MaBSM rtrtetl , (entrance on KleTenU street,) as follows: MaU Train at T—.A. M. Fast Line., at 1256,P.M. ExpreeaMall. at Jl 00. NIAt. Columbia R. B. LWleaTea for Harruinrj at S.» , f. >!., Lancaster )AecammODation ,> ct 4.WP. M. The £xprauU*il ruat daily, the other taiM, Buidays ejecented, - , For further narticuUra see hud-biUi»t tie difer tit starting-points. ?a«engen from the West will fiatd tiiift the shortest...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

^• •>*i*n*3»yi»iScStw»i,:<hT.: ..'. - i Bnttidrt4««iaj,i«1wi(totttofhoJt; ¦- -tia* .iAadolMrfaUyfoUoTinylBlior.s ¦<<?'¦«-' ¦ ' :¦ > Ton most know , ih« lut of thorn little debtfy »1¦ ¦ • ' XhifthWp'li^oWonrtliigWtag ' spiW^* 'A -l, v , fceWUtonptI '"So i?W^lffw for* ,'V,%. -/ " ; Wlthk»pptefJioMU to-morrow. , -,-<• ^WjUi iM ofaite^Mnui on-bb ob lUri r: :s While I am king, Md you »k> a qu»*n,. ;¦ 'V-' ¦ *JW we owe noiiism * doHw I;» ^J* ;Sj j-' d^netiffiboVyouW&'lua ' ooMWt^Mfi'• - ¦ • ¦WhUe-w iist'cJttwiitooiK 'toWHewdw*^,;-. ; To . iitinist&adaottpof wMety^y*^ " > . - Clhoogh.yon,tried yote.best ,fo»W?»i 'Jr:' ' - Bat knowing now that ourwMityttre i|m freed ray neck &«*!»:** oollar, j . , '.• •> Y6H.'lfcjolnmy.U«gKB?*'l.?lP.n}*'~lott'1 ' ' ' ' : • " That wo owe no S^*£^? ^??y* ,, . IhiB.aiilgfibfewb^' w'ow-liaa daiiled yoa ' r eyee, .Inll3 * fi»iri»teh«d<l«>btor; • Ioitvihiaiottto...

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Id=235 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

' The Goodwood Cup. •The New York Times gives tho following copy of a letter witton by » Now Yorker who was present at the contest, and whose opinions may be relied on, as he not only went over expressly to see the raoe, but knows what a horse is, and, still ntore, up to the .day before tho . race he.was flrmly impressed 'that on the evening of tho race ho would have a sip of old port out of tho coveted cup. . ,The day before the raoeJuly29 ,he says: "Tomorrow the grand races coin e off. Westart atnino in the morning by the express train. I will leave this open until we return and give yon the way in Which 'Prior' took them all down; the odds are twelve to one against him. If tho English show no more judgment with racing horses than they do in driving In the street*Ibolievo wo will fetoh ;them. Ihonestly believe if Ton Broook will run his hones from tho jump, ho will carry the oup to America. One more day will prove whether my surmtsei are correct. There is considerable talk in th...

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Id=263 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

THE MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSUBANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA.—Office No, 222 WALNUT Street, opposite the Eichange. M AKINE RISKS on Vessels, Cargoes, and Freights. INLAND TRANSPORTATION BISKS, per Railroads, Canals, Boats, and other carriage!. ALL TILE PROFITS divided annually among the Asflured, and ample security in cases of loss. DIBBOTORS. Edward Harris Miles, Thomas T. Butcher, John M. Odeahelmer, Algernon E. Ajthburner, Mahlon Williamson, Alfred Fassitt, Samuel J. Sharpless, Thomas S. Foster, Isaac Jcanes, Gustavus English, < Henry Preaut, James II. Stroup, Edward G.Jamns, Alfred Blade, William L. Springs, A. G. Cattell Franklin 0. Jones, Oharles B. Oantain, Daniel Haddock, Jr., Samuel Robinson, William Taylor, JohnO. Keffer, James Murphy, John P. Steiner, Wm. F. Smith, ' Henry Grambo, A.J. Antelo, Wm. J Caner, Samuel L. OreutsboTg. EDWARD HARRIS MILES, President. ALFRED FASSITT, Vice President. Jod» C. KirrSB, Secretary. aul-ly GIRARD FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANYPH...

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Id=272 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

fisilttois UntieOitiwwitt Vt^l£^aS*v hn<*- «» western SUta, W • «*r£S£LhwiX <*«»¦ U* of Boad also con«««» •'•"'ft^iiSTKS". and a* steamers to ail prif".°?S? atSmers to iSporU en Olerela^ and ^°*l*%Jto?U?w*t dSECT. theKdrth-wertern Wie.: <?»*S»Jf i_»hichmight CnBA.PEBT.SJrf KM-IAtftK gj^jgg, WEST. tlisMfwas-Boo* , Shoe*, H* 4 * , *^ Caps, Books, Vtj (ioodj, (in boxes hafc aid trunkj)Drugs, {in 1»M» -.-.inou and bales) Feathers, Fur., te.. T*>- S« lw ¦» £teoo«D cuss—Domestic Sheeting. fcated. (loos, or in sackO, lohawo. Inn.™ ' fiLisililoiee. Ksh, Baton, Beefand Port(in easta or Dora eastward) LardandLardOU,Sail>, . ^£:™°^: ™* '. «*>°>™ » Ploob—lie. per »W., until further aotiw. Gr.»!S-S5o.per 100fhs.,untilfnrtner nofae*. * In shipping dooas from any point. Bast of Philadelphiabe pirtfcular to him package " via P««»/ca4»« Railroad » AU Goods consigned to the Agents of U11J Roadat Philadelphia, or Pittsburgh, will Be forwarded wi...

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Id=232 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

\ttim. le Toilet if Farli.] . ' - -• '¦ j FASHIONS FOE AUGUST. Jfoshion, " whicli never 1 overlooks anything .coming withirt Its peculiar province , and dellgbta in regulating details apparently of trivial Importance, has designed i travelling dress, at once elegant and convenient.: It consists of a plain, full,,«fci$/haft covered by a fitting •easaqua , having pockets at the «Me; edged with * t v4« f^l? 0 ; and,buttoDjog.M?fr(>irt':f«>m >top %yott*ni. ,yery full sleeres over under eleeves ,tg the, same material Ymousquetaire.) This touettefei geberftlly mod* of a new material—a miXtui-4 of silk and cotton—either in narrow °vv -r^^^*™ ^p.^1.^ www** **•»»»**• «u ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ A V Tf *^ _ gtrrMs.or.s MiliM,ecka, blick and white. Engllsh baregei»»U tjmuoKU«edj but inthaicoSo ^ e^ne Is replaced by. a paletot-aac, trimmed at the hips with' i Wide flounce' of the M& ifiattrialrWni' pr.withottt heading. A ' tjlajn straw bonnet , trlnfokd ^ gquSUod rib . bon, comp...

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Id=267 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

Summer Hcsorls. ff&wwffiCKjbTmmfm'gpmGSi JL the opened tenth day of Junewith additional improvements and more extensive accommodations. This healthy summer resort h*a the advantage of the purest atmosphere and waterthe buildings being located oae thousand feetdbove water level. The prospectemhrwea an extent of country nearly forty mile* equare, and polnta in ten counties are visible to the naked eye. Baths of every descriptionand extensive graveled, shady walks. Tho peculiar virtues of the water here is the great softneas and purity it possesses, (beingquite as efficacious in restoring tone, health, and vigor to the whalesyatem afl that impregnated with mineral.) consequently more palatable for drinking and better for bathing. Tb-o amusements are a superior band of music, billiards and ten pina, pleasant drives over good roads. Accessible from Philadelphia via Railroad to Lancaster or Beading,reaching the spring by either route within six hours. For further Information app...

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Id=268 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

BW. TINGLEY & CO., BANKERS, • No. 37 South TniRD Stroet. Philadelphia. COLLECTIONS promptly made on all accessible points In the United States and Canada. StocksBonds&o.( Bought and Sold on Commission. Uncurreut Bank Notea , Checks, &c, bought &t tho lowest rates. Deposits received and interest fallowed, aa per agreemeat, aul-3m LUMBER! LUMBER!!—The subscriber * , who has for several years occupied the premises at Sloan's Planing Mill, Kensington, hart removed to COATES STKEKT WHARF, tdjolning the Phcenii Planing Mill, on Delaware avenuewhere he intends keeping ft large assortment of Carolina and other ilooriag boardssteps, risers, shelving, ceiling, fencing and (scaffold boards, thoronghly wagoned and well worked. For sale at the lowest cash prices. Purchasers are invited to call and examine for thoniBelvea, and every effort will bo made to give satisfaction. Orders received and supplied nt the shortest notice for all kinds and fliiea of Souther...

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Id=277 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 18 August 1857

OF CABS. On and after Wednesday. July 8th. 1S57, the traini on this Boad will leare as follows, daily, (Sundays ex For Bethlehem, Eaiton, AllentownMauch Chunk, Wilkejharre4c. Tia Lehigh Talley Bailroad , Momlog Express, at 6 15 A. M. For Bethlrhem, Easton, All6ntown, M«a:h Chunk, Tia Lehifih Yalley Bailroad, Xrening Express , at 3 15 P.M. Passengers for Easton by 215 P. M. train take stage* at Iron Hill station. For SoylastowE, (Accommodation) at 8 45 A M. and 4 P. M Fur Gwynedd, (Accommodation) at 6 35 P. M. BETUBNIKG. Leare Bethlehem at S15 A.M. and » 45 P. M. with Passengers, Tia Lehigh Taller Bliboad, frem Kaston, Allentown, Maoch Chunk, Wilkeebarre, 4e-, arriring in Philadelphia at 1210 M. and344P.M. LeaTe Doylestown, (Accomm«d»ti*a) at (45 A.M. and 410 P.M. LeaTe Gwynedd, (Accommodation) at 8 60 A. M. ON SUNDAYS. Leare Philadelphia for Doyleetowu, (Accomuodation at 8 30 A.M. and 5 45 P.M. LeaTe Doylestown for Philadelphia. (Actottmodation at 8 A.M. and 315 P.M. Fare to Bethl...

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