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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

over the bosoms of those most interested in the iBsnej nor was the fooling groundless. On : the .afternoon ett the-seconcbday: the-Apdy ot Jphfl Glffflta wascast ashore ' on the beach of the voi#not fa*from ' lfiSliouse'of Busto.; One of ttwtwomen by whom tbejody Wm tmubmii'b -4»e ,n'd«'to ! -OoWn»?lii< ? t«the iw"ormaUon."'.J!very ' inHabitantrw«s'a<itlie mo r nieB put of doors, so incossant had ofeea the search, excepting. Iiady. Bnsta- ana.'Barbara pitcairn, the latter pf .whom/was in a cbndltion ,pf h' elplesa anguish, while in; the former the isceideRtseinwKiAntit 0 have; cansefl.-an additional sternnessJi 1 . As the ghPrtest njodetof , deli^ltng' : his.tidings, jhe ma? from- . t)ie heach rqshed itp; to ;tie,windQK XOf v thp fllttingToom anfTannounoea wlittt.hadiOoeurred. As soon as the_ wrrj(cned orphan heard what ho said a Sild ' sbrre105urit-tfoiSTh«nips--?sfio7uttered the words « My, husband!" and: fbll'. to, the sroiind insensible. Her eiclamatibh was not ...

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Id=240 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

[From tho LonlHv IUe Democrat of the 14th.] 3 n THE CI.HV H*RbteflI!R! MH ¦Mbx EvHsi,«.OneofUi8mojt raemorablei and at the saufe ' time, oneof the ^ most pleasing events ooaneotei .with W« late3>emoorailo triumph in iventuoky, was thoborboouogivonbyMr. Jfimcsli. Clayj;at Ashlaiidi on W?4Be»Jaj,'T'.Ihee#tertalnraont was not oonoolved in a.tplrit of vaiu display, or onrricd ont with a passion 1 of exultation over a crushed and fallen foe.' The children of Israel had their ' period of exaltation "in obinmoinoration of their aolivoranoo from the oppressions of their onetntes, anil the noble Domooraoy' felt it, their nrlvilose, as a " peooliar people." of modern t|mes, to wect together and oiohsnga ooni[ratulationa Upon the oonsiimmation;of.one. of.the greatest political triumphs in our njejaory'—thei're dompttonotour.glSrlousold OommonweaHh from the oppremivirdiKaittiOif of 6ne " of the " most «nraetetw4 and haWd fabWoiis thai Save ever.'ai«W?d our RopuUlo, Qr joiarHed, the...

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Id=245 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

iwnmm*wwmi>i ,ai TarOMESTBAD FOR $2,00!" I/AND'DI£fe" JtHipiUVW"**!! OHANOB ,JOR. JW* MSN! 1 „ ' The North**"**™ Mutual. landBonetb Akiociatlan wwWe«« rMl i. (Il»trl>»"loa of J80,0»w<iirtt'of nal, estate oa4 m' f »its raombnts. The number of modibanii SmiteitoU,000. $3.00 and flre UHm.jUuipt per meoi^^h'Pi or a share. Anyt Inatvtdual lending lit) aud the itunja b'iihH be entitlBd to >lx «hirea; or any pgrfwn aenling f 10 with six uapiM, with the r-ddrea of (iMlJ,carefally written, shall baentlUei to alx shares, The dlatrlbutlon will be made Iu iCblcago, Bopt.' 2Sth, 1857. . r ; t ; - , ,, ,, ' , The following la tho real estate to be distributed : No. 1. An Improved farm of 30 acres in Gooke ¦ Co., nilnola,. lined at - . ' , • $5,000 No. 2. .AulidproVea farm ot 160 acre* In WWtosldeaCo., Ilunoui, valued at ' 8,000 No. 3. An Improved farm of J60 acres in White. ¦Idea Co ., Jllluolj, valued at . ' 3,000 No, 4. AnejcosHeatprlrate rewdweeinDuooque, low*...

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Id=251 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

C<IX PENNY SAVINGS FUND, Corner of >J FIFTH and WAL . OTT Streets. Open dolly, from 6 to 8j and on Tuesday and Friday Xvenlngs, until ft o.'elock:' Large or (mall aum» received, and paid without nbticefwlth JIVK PER CENT. INTEREST , by cheok or otherwise. , JOHN THOMSON, Pres't. ' , ' , V10* r-BBSlCBNTS 1 , '" ' " . ' THOS. T. TASKER; EDWN M.LEWIS. . * SEORKT&aT &ND TBR&8CaER, WM, T. BLBBRT. ' ,' . ' I , ' . ' ' , TBCSTBliS,' JohnB. Ao«t!n, ' • ,n. O. Lalwig, Joh» X. Addtclu , D. 0. Lery, Seltmon Alter, ' Charlts E. Ml, M.W.Baldwin, A.MIskey, William Clark, Iirael W. Morris, Jr., , EpHraim ClarkJr.Wm. Neal. . Ohaclea S. Caratairs , Thos. Nellson Robert Oisrk, . Thomas S. Beed, S(. D. A. J.BreSiilJamea Russell. . Ch&rlea Dutllh, Thos.P.Spaihawk, * Wm; B. FosterOscar Thompson, Benjamin Gerhard, Peter Williamson, .John Jordan, Jr., Isaac 8. Waterman, ; L»wl» Leula, Jr., , Ctuwles 1. Yeikes. ' aul-Sm ". ' NO. 88 (241) DOCK, STREET—PER CE...

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Id=246 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

f^HOICE FARM LANDS FOR SALE.— \J THE ILLINOISOENTRAl IUIMtOAUOOSIPANV Is now prepared to sell about 1,600,000 acres of choice Farming lands, In tracts of 40 acres and upwards, on' long credits, and at low rates of Interest. ' These lands were granted by the Government to Rid in the construction of this lioad,and are among the richest aud most fertile in the world. They extend from North-Eiut aud North-West, through the middle of the State, to the . oxtreine Boutband include ferery variety of climate and productions found between those parallels of latitude. The Northern portion is cbleliy prairieintersporsed with fine groves, and in the niiddlo and Southern sections timber predominates, altMoating with beautiful' prairies and openltyw. ' The climate Is more healthy, nlld and equablethan any other part of the country—the ftlr Is pure and bracing, while living streams and spruig* of excellent water abound. . , I Bituminous Coal is extensively minedand supplies a cheap and desirable ...

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Id=285 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

T\fEW" YOHK iDrES^-rXHE CAMDEN 11 AND AMBOV MJLBOAB ASD PHILADiiPHIA AND TSENTON RAILROAD COHPANJ'JT UHKa. I BOM PHtLASKLPHla, TO MXW TORK, MSB WAT PLACSS. ¦ ¦ Leave as follows, vU: .. Pasjb At 1A.M., from Kaudsghm Depot, via Jersey Oity, Mail fits At 6 A.M., via Camdra tai Imrf Oity, K«w Jersey AoeMOmodatum..... 2 % AteA.M., vliCsmdaisod Amboj, Accommodl-At I il'Jc. ' , ' via'6«mato ' s^i" jVA.V Ci^r ' , ' Moriinj At 10 aV ii" ' b^' atewb&t ' Tnstoa; ' Vi» ivony and Jersey City, Momtog Sxpnss 3 At 2 P. M., via, Camdan aid Ambey, O. and A. Kl-At 4 P.M.Vii Camdeo " aid"Jer» ey " ci 'i y, ' Evenuii M*|l»..Trf¦f|>,r.|rlt , l,l,,,M,1,,,t,,,,MI1, f At 3 P. M , via Camden md Amkoy, Accommodition. 1st Class 9 .At 3 P. M., vU Caaidn sal Amboy, AccommMj-Uon .Snd Class 1 At S p. M., ri» Cantdea tod Anboy, Ansammada-Hon, 1st Class., .,i,.,,,, ' .. 3 At«P. M., viaOamdeosini Amboy, Accommodation, 2nd CIsju ;. 1 lbs 6 P. X. Ium runs daily, all others Sondays « Xxpnsa Jfinsa s...

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Id=241 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

Claims AgOinit Spalu. , ; , Whilft Spalriii urgent (n enforcing payment of hor claims ag ' ainit Mexico, it ' is' somewhat inconnistcnt that she should be so indolent and backward in satisfying admitted claims of the United States against herself. ¦ ' The Presidentin his annual message to Congress, of December 31,1854, reported us follows: " In conscquenoo of a destructive hurricane which visited Cuba in ISMthe supreme authority of that Island issued a decree, permitting the iujport.ition, for the period of six months" of certain building materials andnr . 0\'jalonafre.e 0. duty: but rov6ked it when about half the period only had elapsedto tho injury of ottliens of the United States.jwho had proeeeded to act on the faith ot that decree. Tho J3paniih (Government refused indemnification to the patlioB aggrieved, until recently, when it was assented In, jmyment being promised to bi made so soon as the amount due can be ascertained." ' - And the President in his annual message to Cong...

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Id=275 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

aTfHARTKR OAK FIRE AND M4RIWE \J INSURANCE COMPANY ot HARTFORD^ CONN. Oiuh Caplttl fSOO.OW. Losses in Philadelphia and vicinity adjusted tX the Philadelphia Office. Br leave we refer to D B Brown & Co., Phlla. Hon. J6el JonesPblla. ChalTees, Stout & Co., " Hon. Rufus Choate, Boston HackerLea * Co., " Hon.T.S.Wr.llamsHart'd We have facilities for p aclng any amount of Insu'TH^TDEtpHTAOENTnAi INS UKANC J aul-Om Agents. f<6SfMONWEALTi( flRE INSURANCE \J COMPANY, OF THE STAT E OF r»NNSYLVANlA.-OSce, N. ' w. Corner FOVMH and WAWT Streets, PhilaJolpbia. Subicrlbed Capital, JJM . OOO. Paid-up Capitol imOOO „ pr-|^ ' THOMAS S. STEWART, TlcePres't. Hivoil. 8. Moos. Seoretary ^ aul-ly mHJTXESMSTiXPEFSS GOVOFFICE, X 820 CHKSTNUT STBEET, forwards PARCKL3. PAOKAOKS MERCHANDISE, BANK NOTKS and b™« ellWr bv lt« own LINESor l|i connection with other KXfKiiiS COMPANIES, to all He principal So ' wNS audCmJHortbeUpM S^ a ,,j.tf Oenarsi 8up*Tl«tftr>nflot. A -— BRAM SLA...

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Id=247 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

LOCAL FREIGHT NOT1C B—T g E PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD COMPANY aro now prepared' to receive and forward FREIGHT between PhiladelphiaLancaster, and Columbia, at the following r&tes per hundred pounds; ¦ BBTWKEIfPUILA. ANp COLUMBIA. . flrstOhus.. Second Class. Third Class, fourth Class. 22cts. I8cts. lOcts. Ucts. Flour, 18 eta. per barrel. Pig metal. 10 ct>. per 100 pounds. SBTWKKN PIIILA. AND LANOASTKR.. FlrstOlau. Second Class. XblrdOUas. Jr'ourth C1m».' 2Uctn., 17ct». Ucts, .. ,13ct». Flour, 25 eta. per barrel < Pig Metal, 10 eta. pet 100 pounds. ARTICLES OJHBSI CLASS. , ., Books, , Fresh Fish, Boots lad Shoe*Nuts ' in Baj«, Cedar and Wooden Ware, ' ' Porter and Ale In bottle*. Dry Goods, Poultry in coops, Eggs. Pork, (fresh,) * l'ut«Huie, ' Poultry, (dressed,) Feathers, Wrapping Paper. ARTICLES OF So CLASS. Apples, Molasses, Cheese. Melons, Clover and Grass Seed, Oils in casks or barrels, Crockery, Paper in boxes, Caudles, Pastoboard. Casks or Barrels, (empty,...

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Id=284 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

Boilronis PENNSYLVANIA. RAILEOAB.—THK GBXAT CK5TSAL BODTX, KUUMeting Ibe At lantleOitieiwith WtatmaHorth-maios, aadSoo* western States, by s coniniunis BaQway diret*. ' Ifch Bead also 1 toanetta at Plttiboxrt with daily line ateamera to- alt joints oa the Western Rivers, andi: ClevelsaS and Sudusky with StmuMrsto all ports oa theNorth-wntero Lake.; making tie aaost DISIOT CHBAPE8T and RKLIABLS EOCTK by whitll Tmrit au be fonrart«dt» and from the SBEAt VK3T. RATES BETWSJOf PHILADELPHIA AND PITTS BUBQH. - riBST.CLAiit-BMita, Slum ' , Hxts, asd . Caw, Book«Bry Ooodi, (to t»SM balea and trunks), Dngi, (In twxea * ''. anil bales) lemthis , hn ' ti .76«. per 100 Ik Suroxiv (U.XSS—DomcsUc Sheetuir, • ghWinr and Tidaag, (Ik origioil ' 'bales): Drug* (to cades), Hardwart, Leather, (In rolls or boxes). Wool , aadgheepPolts,Ka. 'rtwiwl,tc.tt.,.iOe.p«100Ul Th»b CmJ-AnvSta, gte«i; Chaiaa, (in ' caaka). * Henitf, Bacon ajia j^n-k, Sa«wJ,(lo.')B«OTl»ai«li),T»lgccx>, - n*naa«nired,(e...

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Id=242 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

[Ftom tno Richmond (Va.) Lnqmr&r.) Extremes Meeting* Mob of extreme and violent opinions, both North and Southare equally harsh in their abuse of the Administration about the Kansas question. Tho advocates of th« Topeka Constitution believe that tht. work of Jim Lane and Bobinson should bo adopted by Congress without its being submitted to the people of Kantas, sijd the Tribune and other Abolition papers of that etump abuse tbo Administration and Walker, and denounco them us pro- 1 Blavery men for ihe firmneu with which they repudiate the so-called "anti-slavery Constitution " iqually ferocious that school which nun rejoices in tho mild pacific, organism of the Charleston Mercury, and are happy in the generalship of Mr. Keitt, who "keeps his ponder dry," and puts no oon&denoa in the National Democracy. Both parties appear to have eutircl^lofit sightof 11 tho people of Kansas." Of their wishes and rights no manner of account fg . taken. The idea of there being any s...

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Id=235 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

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Id=260 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

HELMBOLD'P GENUINE PREPARATION, ]&tnu>t Buohu. removes all tho symptons, among which will be found Indisposition to exertion, Loss of Power, Loss of Memory, Difficulty or Breathing. General Weakness; Horror or Disease, Weak Nerves, Trembling, Dreadful Horror of Death. Night Sweats, .Cold Feet, WakefulnesaDimness of VisionLanguor, Universal lassltudoof the Muscular 8yst«n>,often enormous Appetlta or Dyspeptic Symptoms, Hot Hands, Flushings of the Body, Drynes* of the SkinPallid Countenance, Eruptions on the Face, Pains ia the Ilsck, Hea»l"C»snf the Kyo Lids, frequently Black Spots Hying before the Eyes, with temporary Suffusion, Loss of Sight. If these symptom are allowed to go on, which this medicine invariably removes, soon follow Fatuity and Epi* leptlc Fits. TTELMBOLD" 1 GENUINE. PREPARAXX WON, Extract Buchu, for all Diseases of the Bladder, Kidneys, (travel, Dropsy, Nervous and Debilitated WTou are suffering -with any J. or the above distressing ailments,...

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Id=259 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

itlcoiciliea NINETEENTH CENTURY I—THE GREAT REMEDY OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY IS THE IMPERIAL DEPUBATIVE. This la now the great standard remedy for diseases of ths IS 100,1Stomach aud Liver. If you have a Cancerous or Scrofulous affection , at once use the Imperial Depurative. Tetter.~kxi you troubled with this obstinate and unpleasant disease ? Via the Imperial I)tvuraiiv<. Try btttiuie bottle. . Have you White Swelling, Hip Disease, or Glandular Swellings f The Imperial Otpwutive will effect a cure. Tryit. ' For Pimples, Blotches and EruptionB of the 8kln generally, you hava a prompt and certain remedy In the Imperial Depurative. One bottle will satisfy vou of Its efficacy. Use lA« Impttial 'Dcpuralhi, if yon would have a elear, healthful, and.beautiful complexion. Use the Imperial Dcpurative for a diseased state of the Liver or Stomaek. For lemaleB of a weak and debllltatod habit and shattered necves, the Imperial Depurative Is just what is required to re-invlgorato...

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Id=274 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

THE MERCANTILE MUTUAL INSURANCE COMPANY OF PHILADELPHIA.-OiBce No. 923 WALNUT Street, opposite the Exchann. MARINE RISKS on VMlels, Oartaei. and Freights. INLAND TRANSPORTATION BJSK8, per Railroads, Canals, Boats, and other carriagos. ALL THE PROFITS divided annually among the Assured, aud ample security In esses of loss. dihotors. Edward Harris Miles, Thomas T. Butcher John M. Odeuheimer, Algernon E. Ashtmrntr, Mahlon Williamson,' Alfred Fassltt 8aumet J. Sharpless, Tbomas 8. Foster, Isaac Jeanes, Gustavus English, Henry Preaut, James H. Stroup, Edward G. Jamea, Alfred Sladr, William L. Springs, A. G. Cattel), Frsnilln 0. Jones, Charles B. Oarstalra, Daniel Haddock, Jr., Samuel Bobinson, William Taylor, John O. Keifer, Janes Uurphy, John P. Stelntr, Wm. F. Smith, Henry Onunbo, A. J. Antelo, Wm. J Caner, &&nmel L. urenttbors;. EDWARD HARRIS MILES, Pro»id«rft. ALFRED FAS3ITT, Vice Prealdent. Jodh 0. Kima, Secretary. aul-ly IRARD FIRE AND MARINE IN8URANOB COUP AN V, ...

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Id=239 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

What we Drink. SjBi«.tioie8g6 an .intelligent EngHih chemist OBtti8hM« ! work; ebtltled "What wo eat and what 1 ,w% Brink," ih which he showed ihe «rajtituontB of lie various articles taken,into the «tJmlnoha»fw)ilor far nutritivo purposei. l'hetd !wn» a great amount of nocful information fn the volume, but it did not contain any of the fallowing tmli to relation ' to what we drink, which have recently um presented to the publio b y Sr. Hiram *-fi xf 9*i, c raIoBi inspector of aloohoUo liquors in Oincl ! '55'6Vnl' <> Jwrtliat dupn 'g.Ji§<)yf»™ h9 'has rnadii 249 Ituj^stions of Tiriouf kinds of liquors, »pd haa found , mota than nlne-fottttis of them (ml: tatSODd, and a great ponton of tinjmnolsonom oon-,cffptioM..-Pf brandy bedoesnotb«fi<tVe:4here is one gilloa of pure In a hnn«»4.j(all(ms,'the iraita, tiOB»h»»lng corn whlrtey for* fosto atid ' Varlous jwlwooiui aojds for the cosdjme&u, of nfaes 'not it<i\UUllt «piriii W-Oos >«trar...

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Id=288 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA, GEHMANTOffS AND NOBBISTOWN BAIXBDAT>-£CMMES ARRANGEMENTS. Oa and after May 5th,lJS7. FOB QKBUANTOWN. Leave Philadilphia at 6, T, 8, 910-mln., 10,11K, A. My and 1, », W0 mto., 4, S, «, V, 8,», 11X, f. as? Leave; Qennaotovn at * , 7, 7-S5, 8, 9-10 mil., low, UK, A. M-, 1, S, W0 miB., 45. «I, 8101fP. K. The ?-3i o'clockA.M., train from Strminiowo, will sot stop at Uttermediata 8tatioss. Leave Philadelphia, at *-*> A. M, I, 3,10, t-X aad P.M. Leave Garstantowa at 8-20,9-20 A. M., I-10,4 v, 0 15, and 7 P.M. CHKSTNin HILL UILBSAD. Leave Philadelphia at e,», 9-l»Bun., US A. H., J, ' Leave CbM'.aot Hill at 7-15, 7-JS, 1O-1O, 11-10, Kic . A. M., 1-49,3-ta, t-M, 7-40,10-10 mis., P. V. 03 anoATa. Leave PHiladelphi* at 8-30 A. H-,*,SK andS P. M. Lsave Chestnut Hill at 8 A.M., H-JO, 4-10, and 5-40, On and after May 4th. 1SS7. FOB MANAITNK, CONaHOHOCKEfAND SOS , MSTOrTN. Leave Pbiladelpkla at 6, », ud 11, A, M , a*d 3, 4K, T,eave Ncrnatowa a» 7,8, •* ! 11, A M , ...

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Id=286 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

/CHANGE OF HOTTBS.-FHILADELV PHU, WJLMIJJOTON AND BALtUCOM SAILROAD. On and after nnnd»T, J«ly 34, MJt. PASSENOEB TRAINS LEAYK vwn' .knsi.vwtt, for Baltimore at S A. M., 1 P. M-, (Itxptaaa,) and 11 >orWllu>Iastou»t8A. M., l4J5andUP.M. ?orNcTCut!«at8 A.M.,la«d 1-15P.H. . FotUiddletowuatSA.M.aaHasP.M., for Dover *t 8 A. M. aait 4Ji P. M. For 8eaford at 8 A. M. umH.15 P. M. TRAINS KB PHILADELPHIA . T.ana Bilumute t\ iil, Express, U A. II., ul «^s Leave Wamlngten at 9 SO and llii A. M.,»ial2 and 9 Ji P.M. Leave New CMUeat«.» . and IXJto X.. M.,«ad».0» Luvt Utddletova at 10.00 A. M. aad S.OS p. M. Leave Dover at J.M A. M. «a411. M. I,«jrfSii»raniat7.0aA.M. »ad4J)0P.M. . ^^ .TRATCajQBBjUJlJMM. . tntf WUmingtoa at 9.14 A. M., 8 P. M. «nd 15JT SUNDAYS oaly at II P. M. from Fbllatklnaia. to Baltimore, la. do. 6.SS P. M. from Baltimort to PiUsjtlphUBALTD1ORE AND HAYBK S£ GKACB ACCOMMQ DASION TRAIN Lestes Havre d» Grace at 6.50 A. tf. Leaves Valtisore at 4.00 p. H. Freight Tr...

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Id=248 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

IMPORTANT IMPROVEMENT—NBW OA8 CONSimiNO T0RNAOB. . CHILSON'S NEW CONE FURNACE, after having been put to the most severe test, during the two COLD wiXTias or 1856 ADD 1857has proved to be the most Jiowtr/ul kttttr in thi worldinline from l< (oX the fuel over any of the best furnaces now in use. TBKBii I'tmiucss are constructed with & cast Iron* ash pit, and a broad, shallow pan-shaped ore pot>!T<ad with fire-brick or iron staves. The Ore pot is iuito ',ntedwlth A. SERIES OF OONES, on TAPERING RASIATOkS, large andbroadattheir base ,' bnt tapering to small apertures at tho top, and uniting with the anular chamber, through which the heat and smoke pass to the nue. Tn> wnoi.E products of combustion In the fanu of imolit and; Q»8BS, are suspended directly over the are, dostiNBn or compressed into the tapering Coxig ana ooHf muiLi,r kiposeu to the direct action of the j -¦ r»« of heat and light from the lire. . -—»• This heat and light Is brought to ...

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Id=289 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 21 August 1857

T\1ORTH PKNNSYLTANIA RAILROAD, il JOB BSTHLSHKH. KASTON, ALLKSTOWN, MAfJOB CHUNK, WILKSSBABBS , DOYLESTOWH, *c, *c. ' THBOUGH TO EETHLXHEM WITHOVI CHANG! OF CARS. On arrf after Wednesday Jury 8tk. 15S7. tbe trsins en this Bosd will leava u follows , 4ai)y, (Sundayj « oepted: Vur BetWefcw, lastou. AUratawn, Msuci Chmk glk«b»ire j 4e.. via, Leaigh Talley Bailroid , Morniag /", r ^W f? 1 ' KsisrtonAllentown, Mauch Chunk, vi, LeWgk Valley RiUroad , Evening Express, »t t li Passengers for Easton by i 15 P. M. train take stages at Iron Hill station. |° M 1>o) ' le * towa ' (AftOffinmodation) at 8 tS A. M. and For Qwyeadd , (Accommodation) at 6 34 P. Jl. t .i RETURNING. Leave Bethlehem »t 9 3JA.1I. and 3 li P. M. witi Pasuiujers , vi» Lekjgk Yailey Raitmad, from Entoa, AUestowi, Maack Caonk, WilkesUrre, 4c, arrivui; UiPh.lladeSpWa,atiai0Jl. aaditsP.M. Leave DovtatoTtl, (Accommodatioil) It IU A M m44J0P.1T. Lut« QfyteiU, (Accommcdatlcii) at t SO A. If ' ON SUNDAT8. Le»ve Philadel...

Publication Title: Philadelphia Press
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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