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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

THE SEtFlSH BOY 1 BI ME8. UAU.. - " j There was not a lad in the school where my eirljiaays were spent,'who had abettor aDow-; ¦see than Gilbert Lane;- he was the only soi . of^^slth; and - r^jject^ ble parents.' .J hey mere possessed of at least three " thousand a year, as Gilbert well know, arid certainly weft moat: generous to their. , petted sou, who, bao iJeySj Been contradicted in his' life, : before 1 Ik ¦^t^by-House TOtiol, we j had oaly twelv* bpysf Our nksterwas an honest, upright man 6«.foad<>r-dwclplineasyour friend the yillngi EChoftlfflaaterjana/likoliim, abtataUdispoici <'iospBffrtb.e'.rqd,arid spoil tlio child.*'-" C< • ¦ ' GUbxsrtwas.not only a-Veiy handsorn'e, litit a very;'clever'boy j he woijld;hitoff in teq minntes what would take airy-other lad tweijty :iijd 'ihj« L 40Tig. ourlihg ¦lialr, : of>« brighfjwSli ¦bblor, ';r flbwing over his shoulders: his lingi groy .eyes and: brilliant complexion, gaiitt'< Sto : ,Oi...

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Id=230 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

Inetttantt^frmpaniee TpmtADEL?m' A *n$.A # D y F ? w- . 8U8AKCE 00HPAOT,ta»1»»t«4 . bj;t!u>5Ute of FeniMTlranUin IMS«n »«» «"i*^>ed fci° "»"'' rrewomOT,No.tt8 0Hm»BT«Wti »b«?tk«y aropreptreato »ak» AIL KIHD3 OF. lS8UP«(aS, from LOSS BY JIBE, on property of f*9l£ffSK}! In Town or Country, Including PU.BLIO ICWO'Sgl DWELLINGS STORES, WABSHOU3SS,?ADTf««S and MAKUrAGTOBIJSa, WORKSHOPS, T8SWW, *«• Also. MERCHANDIZE of »U Wnd»j &*&** Ot OOobs, Stocks of OOUNTRT 8TOSES. W* ** STORAGE or In BOND, STOCKS »n< T00L8 <*£** TUIGEE3 and MEOHA2UC8; FUHNITCBJSfSVT- ELB««XTCRES*e.*c, tc. fto.,»t moderito rates of premiamand for any period of tune. This Company refet? to their paefc career usavnple guarantee fortho PROMPT SETTLEMENT of *U their <OS3E8. There in at Ihis time no uwetUod claims against them. BOBERT P. KlNQ.Prea't. M. W. BALDWIN, Tie* Pra't. Fatsoia Dlacubpksb, Sac'y. tal-3m T ~~ HE PENNSYLVANIA COMPANT FOB INSCSAKCKS ON LIVES AKD ...

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Id=201 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

COL. T. B. THORPE, ON WHEAT - Jr;A tW"i|Nfrow,,Harper' s, Iftgailn-;,] y;Qt\ali' tb,e plants,cultivated, wheat is the moHitaiportant to'ffio .welfare of man; for pure,WhoRt is the standard of food, and, more than the precious metals , the standard of all values. It is chiefly the product of temperate climes, but it is, successfully cultivated within seven or eight degrees of the polar circle, and flourishes with considerable vigor on the verge of the tropics, , The highest condition of man—tho perfection, indeed, of the race—has always been associated with wheat-producing and wheat-consuming countries; and this is true from the days of the Pharaohs downward to tho enlightenment of the present times. The rice-eating nations arc inferior to tho consumers of wheat. In tho Arctics, where flan is the chief food, and in the Tropics, where acid fruits predominate, man approximates the inferior animals, and Ills cultivation is of u physical character. As wo descend in the scale of hum...

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Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

' JTl(fi, following ;po«B!ifilU of (beauty and tendarnoii, rtpptarijd maoy' " yo?ra ago iii wu Irish imwepapir W»noy«. lwftrt*hOi»Nt*U,b9lSfottl4 OKT^S^iiS . Wtfiy'iuiMj'miauttS- ' - ' ' :' , ^ji4aiiig.)(jeth»J»oly, Btr»in;; ' ', ;' ; :. , ~ ' ThaMWJwtlWWtiWyoafiwjllir ' prMk-,,: 1 : - My elowioj cheek to yout soft. whj»e breast, _ . - ForX8i«r ' »M»newhenI»luinb*t 'JUit •. :/',•¦' '¦ j^m^^t^ vm^-j; :;:;'-;^ ,-And smile ss you tten did smile, nuuaia*, ' ¦ '-'' Jjw wqep a« yon then did Weep; . .-A' ltottlfifcOttWMliy^tUtt'niageye.: . • •_,-;" ¦ - And gase, «n4.ga«r; {ffl the tetfcjr bo dry ;,• .; Then KH ft^ne gently, »i& Sag «uJ sign.,; .- ,, ' TFU1BratelwriuSdo t&Y &«£ ¦ " :; !: ' And I Uv'd in a land waerff folnft divine , AndW«,Troriai?d skltf 5*»>*»*l -wets mino, Ag»inthatlandtqsee../*;;o-; ¦ . • I fanoied we roain'd in » Vow, mwamoi •And detestedas nndfr». BOaeh; ¦ .' ' , ihen near mea Wtt«fflj:«annted In pride Arid.1 bbaa'd it awftyftw»g|ijli...

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Id=246 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

Hoilratt^ i | , j g > ( ' 1 ; rjENNSYLVANIA BAILBOAD^-THE IT GREAT CENTRAL BOUTSconnecting tie Atlantic Cities with WesternJiorUi-wesWmao*BwiU> western States'by a eontlmvXBi BaUvsy dirMt. _ this Boad ahu connects at Pittsburgh with dail» /&» of •teamers to ail points <m tha Weaiarn Kvera, and •* Clereland and Sasdusky-with Bisamarafe all P>V<*oa the Horth-weatern Lakn; makhutha soat DlKBOT CHEAPEST and RELIABLE BOCTKbr which Fraighi un ba forwarded to and from tbe 9 BEAT WKOT. - _jf*»JS BKIWEES plfp.tT.M.mria. AH» PITT3-Fust Cusi-BooU , SheetHits, aal Caps. Bwlcs Drj ; Goods, (b> poxas balsa and trnnki), ])^lln boxes and bales) Feathers , tin, Ac .toe. jer 1M O> SsicoSD Cl.ua—Ihnn^tic Sheeting, Shirting mat Cklng. (in original bales). Drugs (taeufa), Hartiare, Ltalher, (in ro'ta or boies), Wool, and gheepPelta.Eastward;«:c.tc....60c. par lOOli TBIRD Cuss—Anvils, BtoelCkains, (In casks), Hemp, Bacoa and Pork, galted, (lo...

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Id=203 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

[For *hettera.) ¦ • : ' ¦ ¦ '- • - ' Reply to Where Shall the Post Office be Located 1 Among the numerous articles of interest which graoo tho first number of* your valuable journal, I observed one which, at tho present moment, attracts iho attention of the oitiiens of Philadelphia. I allude to tho location of tho various government omoc8; and, as you have, In a moro liberal spirit than your older cotemporary, opened your columns for tho free and fair discussion of subjects of publlo interest, I would ask tho liberty of reply, eutortalnlng, as I do. opposite views to your corresrindent upon that subject. To his first proposition, woaltf remark that, as but one nido of the question has been presented to the public, and no opportunity has been afforded for a like presentation of adverse opinions upon it, us a reasoning and thinking community, I would suggest they are, perhaps, not prepared to render tEeir verdict. I believe that the oitiJens of Philadelphia wish the Post Ofllee ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

Jare IjJroof Safes EVANS & WATSON'S PHILADELl PHIA MANUFACTURED 8ALAMANDKR8AFE3, No. 20 South FOURTH Street, Philadelphia.—TRUTJ IS MIOUTY , AN» MUST FKEVAIL! Report oftKt Committee appointed to SuptrinUnd tht Burning of the Iron Safes at Reading, February 21th, 1867 : K Him soMarch 4th. The undersigned, members or the committee, do re-BpecttrMy report, that we taw the two Safes origituily agreed upon by Varrels Jfc Herring md Evins & Watson, placed Kids by side in a furnace, via: the S»fe in use hr the Paymaster of the Philadelphia and Eeading Railroad Company ,in his office at Reading, manufactured by Farrolfi & Herring, and the Safe in use by H. A * . Laitz, in his storemanufactured by Evans 4, Watson, and put fn books and papers precisely alike. The Are wu startod at 8^ o'clockA. M., and kept up until four cords of green itIckory wood, two cords of dry o~k and hair cheatnut-top wood wece entirely con* sutned. the whole under the superintendence of t...

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Id=216 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

itlathinctn ariii 3w« RICHARD NORRIS & SON, LOCOMOTIVE ! STEAM ENttllVE BUILDERS, SBVEHTEBXTn BTBBET, SAMILTOS, PAIHVIEW AKD 8PBINO SARDEN STKBBI8, PHILADELPHIA. Engaged exclusively in ihe manufacture of LOCOMOTIVE STEAM ENGINES. Manufacture to order Locomotives of any arrange* mentweight or capacity, for the use ot Wood or Colt, or Bituminous Coal in its erudt stntt, or ANTUBAOITB COAL, WITHOUT KUITI1KO 8M03E, (US Olt nil. In design, material and workmanship, the Locomotive* produced at theae Works are equal toaod not excelled by any. The material* used In construction are made on the spotand insure the best quality and most reliable stock. The large extent of Shopaaijd Complete Equipment of MGthinery and Tools , enable them to execute tbo BEST Olf WORK WITH GREAT DESPATCH , OF ANV AMtANOEMKXT BKOClRsn. CHILLED OAR WHEELS, HAMMERED AXLF.3, With Forglnii or any <izo or form, IRON AND JJEASS CASTINGS, And MACHINK WORK generally. RICHARD .X0I1R18. nEDBT IATIH1SR K...

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Id=205 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

VARIETIES In Goshen, Orango County, N. Y., an uncle and nephew, both named Shaw, residing near JIowoll's Pepot, bad a bitter fend. About a year ago tho unole gavo the nophew a sovero "lam. ming." At tbo rlrst favorable opportunity the nephew squared up the account in the same ooin. Both applied to tho courts for redress, and a Board of Arbitrators waa upnolntod, consisting of Judge M'KIssock, O. W. Tuthill, and William Murray, The Board mot last week, and after taking ovidonco two days and a half, givo this docision: that each pay the othor $75, and that tbe costs be equally divided between them. " May it please tho court," said a Yunkec jawer, beforo a Dutch justico tho othor day, " this is a eatio of groat Importunco; whilo tho American eagle, whoso sleepless oyo wutohc* over the wclTare of this mighty Kepublic, and whoso wings extend from the Alleghanics to the Kooky chain of tho West, was rojoloing in hin prldo of place—'' — "Shtopdaro! Isuyj vat has dis suit to do mit e...

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Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

GENERAL NEWS Murder at Nevkbsink A regular inquest has been held in the case of Morseat the Sea View House, the jury finding that the deed was committed by Donnelly, and ho was accordingly oommltted to tho jail at Freehold to await h)B trial, which will coino off during tho ensuing month. Tho grain harvest has begun in the South of France, with favorable weather, and yields, as the fields in the north promise to yield, abundantly In the wine district, although there are important exceptions in somo vino-growing regionsthe prospects of a good yield for quantity, and, if the present warm, dry weather continue*, for quality are better than anything that has been seen these four years; the price of old stocks, except for extra fine qualities, is declining. A London detective arrested an escaped railroad swindler at Torontoon the 30th ult. Bo came out by the Canadian, and two detectives have since been on his track. Tun BimoLABY Business in New York Ono may form an idea of the exte...

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Id=206 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

iiusrclmnc0uo. T ^ aIuss^cell ^ yTTs^^ Curtis) RegaliaHooka. Jewels, EmblemsMasonic aud >:ucatni>m&Qt Charts, &c. Odil Kellors' Hn.ll, NOHTU SIXTH KTKKKTbelow Knee, 1'hlladelphla. Orders from any part of the country, addressed to James Kelly, promptly attended to. au 1-lm SILVER WAKE.—V7M. WILSON & SON, Manufacturers of 811t« Ware, 8. W. corner of MVTH and CUBBBV STREETS. K%UWi»hed lu 1812. BUvQr Ware of every description on hand or niado to order to match any pattern desired. Importers of Fine )!ngll«h Plated Ware. au 1 -lw HAHLES TETE, COMMISSION MEHCHANT and Importer of HAVANA SKOAK3, (New) 138 Walnut street, ftpcond Rtory. aul-ly JOHN N.ltEEVES, CARPENTe¥Tn6 BUIM>ER, PASSYUNK ROAD, opposite County Prison. , Orders for Jobbing promptly attended to. nul-lm. OIVE HUFTY'S AMERICAN MANUSACTUBBD BTKEL PEN a trial. 407 CHESTNUT Street, above Fourth. flpergroBs. nul-lm TOSEPH" BLACK, Banner, Sign, Dccora-»l tlvo and General ORNAMENTAL PAI...

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Id=223 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

QTobacro anil Cigavs. HAVANA CIGARS—A hnndsorac assortment, such as Figaro, Partngas, Cabanas, Sultana, Gloria, Jupiter, Coloso, Converciantei Torrejr Lopez, Union Americana, O»J°u, I'lora Cubana, 4c, &o., *" ., In X, X, 1-5 and 1-10 boxea, or all sires and qualities, In store and constantly receiving, and for sale lor bj CHARLES TKTB (ne») 138 WALNUT Street, aul-ly below Second, BecoudjHonr FIGARO, CABANAS " aniTpaRTA(}AS SEGAR3.—A choico invoice of theie celebrated brands on board brig '¦ Neir Er«. » dallr expected from Havana, and lor sale low, by CIIAHLKS TETE (Now) 1.18 Walnut street , below Second. "" Becond Story. Boots oiib Sljocs. N O. 44U, SOUTHEAST CORNER OF MARKET nnd PIFTH Street*. Gentlemen's Best Patent Leather Oaiter Boots. " " Oalf ,lo. do. " " Patent Leather Oxford Ties. " " Calf do. do. " " Patent Leather and Calf narrow strop Shoes. Boys' and Youths' Patent Leather and Calf gkiH Oaiter Hoot* and Shoes. aul-tt For Mle by OEO. W. TAYLOlft. "OAIX STOCK O...

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Id=222 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Pains and Sprains. BENNETT'S EMBHOCATION—Tho great Liniment, euros Wounds aud Bribes. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho great Liulment, cures Rheumatism. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho great Liniment, cures Neuralgia. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Fronted Limbs. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Swellings. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The greut Liniment, cures Chapped Handi. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cureB Tooth Ache. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cureB Sore Throat. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The ereat Liniment, cures Galls and Bruises. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho great Liniment, cures Burns oftd Scalds. BENNETT'S EMBRQCATION—Tho great Liniment, cures Lumbago. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho great Liniment, cures Croup.' BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho great Liniment, cures Cramps, BENNETT'S EMBHOCATION—Tho great Liniment, cures Lumpa and Tumors. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, Is the bent Liniment kn...

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Id=252 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

tDrp <SsobB GREAT BARGAINS IN DRY GOODS! CLOSING OTJt OF SUMMER STOCK ! J. McGLATHERY, FIFTH Street, below the SMppen Street Market, Bart side, will offer TO-DAT hie entire stock of SUMMER DKBSS GOODS. such as Summer Silks, DucalaChalliesFrench and Bwiss LawnsShawls, Mohair Mitts, sad Parasolsat 10 $er cent, less than cost, to snsk> room far Fall Goods. Also, 500 needle worked COLLARS and SLIBYXS, jrom 10 cents to $1about half price, real bargains. Also, a large assortment of PLAIN and FANCY CA3SIMXKKS, : CA8HMBMTT8, TWEEDS, - uomr p&itLa aad chicks, ftr Men and Boy'a wear, at less laancoet. ? -. Together witn a lain aad general aaaortsaemt <* 8SA90HABLB BRf OOODsT ' > at our usual low prides. • - . Our cheap rent andunall pntsi enable* an te «»£ar.o>al sell the ap-town atom at tattoos*. ¦ - -. .. JSB Itr Mr* as a Ball. - ; ua^K 'w^' *pOTTON—20U bales good Middling to jiHd " \j dllng Fair Cotton, in rtsra and for siLjhV MAKTIN t MAOAU...

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Id=221 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

llubicmcfl NINETEENTH CENTUKTr—THE GREAT BEUEDV OV TRfl NINETEENTH CENTURY IS THE IMPERIAL DEPUBATIVE. This is now the great standard remedy for diseases of the Bloody Stomach and Liter. If you have a Cancerous or Scrofulous affection , at once use the Imperial Depurative, Tetter.—Are you troubled with this obatinatQ and un-S lefuant dUeastiT Use tho Imperial Depurativt. Try 1 ut one bo It la. Have j ou White Swelling, Hip DUeajie, or Glandular Swt'lliuga i Tho Imperial Depttrativ* will effect a cure. Try H. For Pimplea, Blotches and Eruptions of the Skin generally, you have a prompt and certain remedy in the 7mptnai Dtpuratice. One bottle will satisfy yon of Its efficacy. Use the Imperial Depurativt, if you would hare a clear, healthful, and beautiful complexion. Use tht Imperial Depurative for a dueaaed state of the Liver or Stoinaek. For fom&loH of a weak and debilitated habit and shat> tcrud net Yen , the Imperial Dcjurativt it jut what Is required to re-I...

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Id=250 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA, GEKMANTOWN AND SOBRISTOWrl BJULBOAn-BUaDln ASRASQKKENT3. O^ andafttr Mayitt, MST. FO1ISWOtASTOrnt. ' - Leave Phlladelnhia at «. T, L »lO-ain., io, Bj|, A. M , and 1, S, S-llfmU., «T«, M.«,», HS, If. U. £earej Germantown at«J, 7^ 8 «-A ndsu, 1 0*. UK, A. M., 1.SS-Mmlsu4.», * ,T8W^.p.JI. The 7-35 o'clockA. a., train from Gtrmaitows , will not stop at intermediate Stations, os son>irs. Leaxe PoOadelnhia at »-ai A. ¥.,« , 8, JO, 4-» and Leave eermantvws at S-50,9-SO A. M., 1-10, U, * li . andTP.M. ' *' CHE8TNTTT ytn.T. WAyT.^ ^p ^ Leav^PUWelnhia, at », * , 9-10 no>, ax A. *., * , ' Leave Chestnut HiU at MS, 7-M, »-10, U-M, lain., A. M, l-«, S-49, S-«, t-», M-M mtaL, J?. M. as aTB*saT8. Leave Philadelphia at »-» A, M., «, tj( aad 8 P. If. Leave CSratnnt HE! at 8 A. H., 1S-S0,4-19, and «-«•, On and after May «th, 1157. . f FOB HANAYTJNR, CONSHOHOCKSN ^ AND SOR ¦ . RIROWrt. av^SSS^Sr * rt « ' ».•» * ^ *-«•' "43 »«. lisre Norrlitown at 7,9,and 11, A.M.,S,«nl«X,...

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Id=248 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

tT'HANGE OP HOUBS—r.HILAUEI^ Kj PHI A, W1LVISQT0S AND BALHMQBJS aUILOn and after Thursday, JulyM1S5T, " PASSEKGXR TRAINS LEAVE PHItADELMIi. Tor Baltimore at t A. M.. 1V. U., (Express,) ajatll P.M., For Wilmington at » A.M.. 1,4.15 and UP.K. ' l?orNewCa.Ueat8A. M.,land*J5P.M. • For Middletown at 8 A. M. and *O4 P. 1st. For Dover at 8 A.M. and iJ5 P. U. . . For Settari «i S A V. and 4 15 P. V THAINS FOR PHILADELPHIA Leave Baltimore at »M, Exprca, Ul.at, aa<*JR Leave Wilmington at 6 M and 1XM A.Jf.,»asJ» and9.55 P.M. . - . ' . - V 3*. .. LeaTcrlewCasUeattJO and 11.« A, K.,aalS.«f Le«veMJddle(oirnatl0.O0A.M.«jid.S.»lS.M. .-Leave Dover at 8 M A.M. and J P. St. ' . , Leave Seatord at 7.00 A. M. and 4.00P. V. . XRAJS8 FOB BALTIMORE Leave Wilmington at »4« A.M.,3P.M. aadXIO ' SUNDAYS only at It P. M. from PhUaielfhU fe BaUimare. _. ,_..-do. do. 8i5 P. U. frniii Islliiem >i PhilaaelDhla. — " - BALTIMOSi! A2T2> HAVRE US GRACE arVMyaram DATIOX TBirS ... Leave. Hwm fe O...

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Id=251 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

NORTH PENNSYLVANIA BALLBOAO. FOR vmn.-nmi ZA3T0S, ALLSSTOWK MAUCH CHUNK, WILKESaUBKt, DQlXESTOTTS , ' TBkovdu TO BrTHLHOrM Wt««DOTjiaUKO O» CABS —^™-r—On and artrr Wfdnejday, Joryf&, ISSr, tbe trsias on this Roid -rill leare u -fellows, daily, (fiandayr ex cepted: ' For Bethlehem , Xmton, AUntowaMasek Choak, Wilkesbam. IcT/tU Lekigh YaUer&ilros], Mornissj Express, at 019 A.M. For Bethlehem, Saaton, Allentown, Mauch Chnhk -via Lefalgh Valley Railroad, Sveniai; Express, at 1 15 Passengers for JEasttu bj J15 P. M. train take stage at Iron HIU station. For Doylestown, (Accommodation) U1UA.M and *P. M For Gwynedd, (Accommodation) at 0 Si P. M. ' RETURNIS8. Leave Bethlehem at 9 IS A. M. and 2 Ii P. M. wit* Passengers, via Lehigh Valley Kaflrcad fron Esaton AUentown, Msach Chunk, WUksstwre, te., anirtnx lnJPh£d»]phia.at 1310 M. and 5 U P.M. "'""* Xrf«re Doylestown, (Aceoanmodarion) at 6 4& A If ,0,1410 P.M. l^ave Uwynedd, (Accommodation) at fi 50 A H. OH SUNDAYS. ...

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Id=249 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

CJPSING ARRANGEJtENT.^PENN K3 SYLTAHIA CKXTBAL BAILJtOAD.-3aMrirhi direct connection with the .: ' PITTSBURGH, FORT WAYN1 AKD CHICAGO EAILROAS. , For Cincinnati, St. LouisIowa Cttj, Louisville, New Orleans, St. Pasjls,-Indianapolis, Cleveland, Kanaay, - Terre Ilsnte, ChicagoHebraaln. In advance of all other routes oat of Phfladeljliia, ikrwtiaf clan nttuetius aril* til tic Great Wtfter* Railroads. THROUGH TBAXNS Lesr«f Uladslphia, fsrPittabnrgh. aoi waattm ejUes, from the Pennsylvania Railroad i*lanniiini SUtios seatb-sast comer «f ZLSTBSTH and KAlfatT sb»rti (entraaee on Eleventh street,) as followa : - Mall Train . " at T-SA.st.' Fait Line UU&5, P.M., Express Man _ a»H «S , 5IzV. Columb'a B: R. Line leaves for Harrissaux at \J». P. M., Lancaster )Ac«rmmodaii«>,)at *»,P.M. The Express Hail rnna daily, tha otasx troiasuBan dan exeepted. For fnriher particnlars seehald-bnieat the lTTI>niit starting-points. Passengers trom theweat win iaitJiis the akortett aad ...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Id=202 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 4 August 1857

An Englishman purchased a small demijohn of whlakoy. Being a member of tho " fourteen years standing" society, ho undertook to dUguise the disgaisor In a hag.. But the bag not being long enough to cover the neck of the bottle, an.Irishman,'who happened to he present,suggested, as a means of reducing the site of the pookage, "to take a few drinks datotit." ' '

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