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Id=184 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

Sretoenee TtfTHMAR & BDTZ, PORTEB, ALE U AND LAGER BKER BBSWEB.YHe OS fat* No 938) North THIRD Street, Philsfltlnhlt -JUwlM orders womntlv atUnded to. aai.tf

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Id=196 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

f ¦ ¦'¦ '. p]acii ! iteKenfockyy ;» " g6i^-de»I wi>re ' tJu>h * t r' thTO*o4«fiW^ysrI»0 onj^ypijir^Wert; 5 ' rf^^i^la^Mhiiljripto' pii-btt ^iJ? It ' vil)ik <>^i>0M£*Ueiite^ti'ii*te , ml<> ! }; '' - duttS(^fiaMQBie:jfett!siji' j4 o!MfTfcff 1 't ' ie , -r] - "i^ iaii ffttffiif oru£lghtMQE~ lteB>n**- * *^ storec dow»^aaifa*8tti*iuitotecif<*Btog " wid telling 4 ' 8t**Mfc«Onoia'eJof«h<A6ie<i«*! oa8,Captaia - E Jam®rfafew,S«J^i>i*senteS«^a«-tot very R unMoWJ^aiYiapfiaiStC-WwM*.? Macksroitrt, i tXtti&wmimmiW*'*^* trade hinw It sel&S|[jrg9Kri!e,:rtJlf:,W a shop,' the busig ness of which wui ubiefly.igspaged by his ^wo. f % brothers. .The'O($l»J>^»lliM frontbeing a large j j> maOi ; 'Vi;»s lii .r4t'ht»A ' ) f'the'stoallisli order, but j-1 compra^ii>#'| i. and^walV' put' iofcetherv >¦{ He was by noniiiiiBqu ' srifeld >ino,'as well as l\v If no raeMsicifawl...

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Id=272 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

RESOLUTION PBOPOSING AMENDMBOTB TO rayWHBWTDIOrrw nrg CO*. monwealthv, . r . . svAfuioM b, i*VSenile 0*4 "H»*« ; V B^imui tms of tkt Commonwealth of rnatflmisia Oniwol Anltntlymtti That thefollOTriWamttisawiiaS >»posed to the Constitution of the Comjnorrwalth. i. ecomancs with the provisions of tb* tenth artid* Lereof. fuel usissin. There shall be an additional article to said Constitatlon to be designated aa article eleven, as follows:— U.TIGU XI. Ot 2TJBL10 DEBTS. Bictioi 1. the State may contract debts, to supply casual deficit or failures in revenuei, or to meet expenses not otherwise provided for; bat tlte aggregate amount of such debit direct and conting«atwhether contracted bv virtue of one or more acts of the genera) assembly, or at different periods of timeshall never exceed seven hundred and fifty thousand dollar*, and tlte money arising from the creation of such debUshall be applied to to? purpose for which it was obtained, or to repay the debts so contracted, ...

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Id=199 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

?x^mffi-v~r~mw ; .^-J^—>¦¦ ; * '" ' ' » ' " - ' i—1^-1- ' MORMONISM-; ' f*S ^*PE M -AND, DESXOTS.. By , JossHrti, Jr., formerly iSlormoiiLtjiiilersnii FtnU ¦ : Sent of S»H Like Oily. lvol .iamo. pp. 335. fi(- ¦ •¦' fiigt,H«« Xo*! T-B. PfljrfMtaPhUJdrtphl*. Tlila has been announced as a work on Mor. monism by' "Elder Hyde"^-if ¦ any one should thence get the belief thst . it^ author is Orson ;Hydefce well-known Mormon 1 'leader, ha. will >6inufch mistaken. The anth6ri as we learn ftpm what' he tells, of1ibisel£ fwhlch * \i not much,) is anEnglishman,'who, - m'September, -1848 , was baptized, into Mbrmonlsm, being thon la boy pt fifteen years. Twq'mohths later, this precocidus'yb ' uth wii? ordained, ' a Prlesti and was occupied on a preaching tourlhrougli England, .until June1851; when life'was' appointed to join the French Mission. In August1861, he was ordaiUed "One of the Seventies."' He continued on the French Mission, between the Channel Islands and Havre-d...

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Id=204 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

Snmiitcr tteoorlo. THE MOUNTAIN HaUSE, " cAPON SI'RINOSVIRGINIA, trill bo opiraiul for the reception of visitors OD MONDAY. £21 JUNG, and will remain open until the 1st OCTOBER. Through Tickots can bo obtained at Baltimore , WaahiDgton, Richmond and Alexandria. Passengers having Ilaltlmore in the early morning train, via Alexandria and Mumim flap JUUroa.1 to Strasburg, reach the Springs from 5 to 6 o'clock same evening, and those from n&Uimoro and the West, via Harper' * Ferry and Winchester, from 8 to 0 P. M. aul.2w J. N. BUCK, Proprietor. MOUNTAIN HOUSE, Oakis Sfkikos, July 22d1857. A 0ARD —The subscriber having understood that reports aro In circulation in Baltimore that he intends dotting tho Mountain House for the uuon , takes this niothod or contradicting them, and saying, nuEio the company Is not quite so largo as uBual, still It Is fair, considering the latonex or the sesron , with daily «e-CQgRlcnii and a nrospec ' a much lat«r season than usual. Itirill bo KKIr...

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Id=202 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

MISS MADELEINE SMITH. In the English papers received by the late arrivals ftom Europe, wo find narrated some after scenes in tho caso of Miss Madeleine Smith, tried at Edinburgh for poisoning her lover. Miss Smith's conduct after her release was in keeping with her deportment during the trial. Sh6 exhibited, it is said, the same %onchalance, criticised freely the pleadings of counsel, nnd pronounced the presiding judge "a tedious old man," in his suiiming up. A riise Wat , i - acticed b y her legal agent to get her awa . . unobserved, after the close of tho trial. A girl about tho same stature as Miss Smith was procured to personate her, and dressed in garments previously worn by Miss S., the girl was borno, amid the pressure of tho crowd, to a carriage, and driven off at a rapid speed, followed by the whole crowd of curiosity-mongers. Hiss Smith, accompanied by her brother and another young gentleman , then departed quietly for Glasgow, where her lather resides. ' Her father, i...

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Id=243 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

AMERICAN LIFE INSURANCE AND TRUST COMPANY.—Incorporated by the Legislature or Pennsylvania. Capital $500,000. Charter perpetual. Office in the Company's BuildingsS. E. Corner of WALNUT and FOURTH Streets, Philadelphia. Thi3Oompany insures lives-daring the natnrallifo, or for short terms, at the usual mntual rates of other sound companies. Stock rates about Twmir per cent. lower than abo*re. Premiums may be paid quarterly, half yearly or yearly. MVB PER OENT. SAVINGS FUND. Money received on deposit dally, by this old-established Institutionreturnable in Gold, on demand, with live per cent, interest added. Offlce hours from 9 A. M. till 6 P. 11., and ocilondays till 3 P.M. ALEXANDER WHILLDIN Jon* C. Sw9, Sec'y. faul-lOt] President. MANUFACTURERS' INSURANCE COMPANY.—Charter Perpetual. Granted by the State of Pennsylvania. Capital, $600,000. Fire, Marine, and Inland Transportation. hiuctobs. Aaron S. Llppincott, Charles Wise, Win. A. Rhodes, Alfred Weeks, Charles J. Field, James P. ...

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Id=203 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

We copy the following from the Boston Dail y Courier, an old line Whig paper: " It is not often that wo agroo with tho sneoalations of the editors of the Traveller, but thoir paper of yesterday eontains an articlo which we extract outire, and which, though in an unconolllatory tone, contains some important truths stronrly stated. This article maintainswhat wo havo long felt to be true, that tho interest of she slavehold ing States was steadily, and in some casos rapidly, effecting the disappearance of slavery, certainly in a portion of them. This operation 13 most apparent at this timo in Missouri., This great State oontams an immense body of unimproved fertile land, inexhaustible mineral resourcesand advantages for natural water communication, perhaps beyond any other State in the Union; but hor citizons ore hogining to perceive thatowing to tho . existence ot slavery, tho great tides of immigration, from tho Eastern States and from Europe seek anothor direction. Unimproved lands...

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Id=227 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

EVA JfS & WATSON'S PHILADELPUIAMANtlFAOTURKDflALAMANDKItSAb'ES, No. 20 South FOURTH Street. Philadelphia.—TRUTH 18 MIGHTY, AND MUST PREVAIL! Report of the Committee appointed to Superintend the Burning of the Iron Safes at Reading. February 21th, 1857: RgadimoMarch 4th. Tht undersigned, members of the committee, do respectfully reportthat we Haw the two Safes originally agreed upon oy Farrels & Ilerrlng and Evans & Watson, placed side by Bide ln a furnace, vie: the Safe in use by the Paymaster of the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Company, in hln office at Beading, manufactured by Farreli & Herring, and the Safe in use byU. A. Lahtz, luhla storemanufactured by Evans & Watson, and put In books and papers precisely alike. The lire vraa started at 8& o 'clockA. M., aud kept up until four cords of green hickory wood, two cords ol dry oak and half chestnut-top wood were entirely consumed, the whole under the superintendence of the su...

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Id=197 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

iJ-j ; .'.oj! ' t.>'.';- ' ¦ ¦ .iiM—. ... . ,'i.,. t i... •, . : ,,,»Wm>(F<phh of Continents Determined liy the, MCi»'«-5ci ' H ) M-J I> ?. > c ^ i J H ' ^s^^iflj.) . | The scientific circles at C/ambridga haVe JMMJi^nffy^ipeieBtiM in «n'ohseryation of ^ftBffiMbrWerco . 'llot yet published,,upon th;e form offtho Qqntjnents, ! t If s wp .elevate a toi:-i.jW8triargiQba until 1 the Arctic and Antarctic circles are tangent to the Wooden liorizon, arid then cjuse 1 the globe slowly ' t,o revolve, v/e Yt^tm^ ' lMKi jnajotity Pf . ' thoJltte^ ' pf . ' clevi-7s!ivafl4n>an»Uie, ' 2eartJi t s.crast—ii< e., coast lines ¦ *'i&4,monHtaln ringosi-^wiHi elthof as 1 they rise **« WWof'gd'do^ni' colncido : iri pissing. wHh 1 i;^he'J»fl0de«horizon,,-: Pori-.ejtapjple, the niain ^ »°SS?*< *f PjoUnited, States tending northeast *%W,ir-Wri« ;ori W'a ' great cjrcle, graze the -JjAffite «i«;ls<r,apd; the .coast, .^Florida and ,,« .ai...

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Id=256 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

TKTEW YORK LINES,—THE CAMDEN 11 AND AM BOY RAILBOAD AND PHILASISLPHIA AND THENTON BAILBOAD COMPANY'S LIBE3 . FROM PH1LADILPHIA TO NSW X0BS, AND WAI PLACES. Leave u follows, rit 1 Fall. At 1A.M., from Kensington Depot, via Jersey City, Mail IS 2S At 6 A. M., via Camden ud Jtraey City, Sew Jersey Aecomaodation.. ••...•> 2 SS At 6 A. M., vl» Camden and Amboy, Aeeonnsodation IS At 7 A. M., Tia Camden and Jersey City, Morning Hall..... SOO At 10 A.M., hy ateamboat Trtoton, vU Toeony and Jersey City, Morning Express S 00 At 2 P. H., via Camden and Aja&y, O. and A. Elpress.............................-...,.....^... S 00 At S P. M. via Camden and Jersey City, Evening MaU SOO At 3 P. II., via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation, lit Clan S 06 At 8 P. SL, via Camden and Amboy, Accommodation, 2nd ClaM I SO At 6 P. M., Tia Camden and Amboj, Aeoommodation . lrt Class 2 QO At S P. U., Tia Camden and Amboy, Accommodation, 2nd CUss 1 78 The 5 P.M. H*e runs daily, aU othen Sundays, ...

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Id=255 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

Hailrcrws PENNSYLVANIA BAILBOAD.—TH* umi. nS** OETBAL B0U«, onuteUi* toe At^j *£££?,?*»**• •* Kt Ww** wit? daily lte.\«t» ajfi fflsSs^ss^jaaaSa- -' 3|^w^r,SS^ Q p#A!r| 3 ?iT« FlltaT Clus—Boots, Shoe*, Rat*tad ^| Caps, BooksDry frotate, (U toxei VA. bain and tranks}, Dnp, (!> tons »iWKjjk and bales) FesthenFnn, Jte 75* rlOOlJk ^ Ucxno Class—Domeitio Snetiiig, ¦ """ Shirting and Ticking, (ia original bales), Drags (In caaka), HmJwot, Leather, (in rails or boxes). Wool, and SheepPelta . Eaatmrd, £•¦&<—-tOc. per MOft. nikiBn sf*t a Bm __A«*vi1h G^aaV /^liatviai (in casks), Henrp, Baeoa and Fork, Salted, (loose or in sacks), Tobacco, manufactured, (except Cigar* or eat be., 4c .We., per 1» IV Fouits Class—ConW , Tiih, Boees Beef, and Pork, (in cub or boxes taitnrd), Lard and Lard OU, Rails, Sod. Ash, German Clay, Tar, Pitch, Boain, 4e 4oc. perifetb. f lod»—76c. per bU., until further notie*. Geah—35c. per 100 lbs., until fnrthtr notice. In shipping Gooda fro...

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Id=230 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

^ (ttobnrco nub Cigars. H avaI^XcTga^s^XTimS mejtt, such us FigaroI Partagas, Cabanas, Sultana, Oloria, I Jupiter, CoIoro, [ CoLvorciantcs Torrey Lopw, Uuion Americans Orejon, Flora Cubana, &c, &c, &c., In y r X1-6 and 1-10 boxes, of all sires and qualities, In store and constantly receiving, and for sale low, by CUAKLF.8 TKTK (uew) 138 WALNUT Street, luil-ly below Second, pecunil 8tqrjr FIGARO, CABANAS " ATdTARTAGAS SKI! AH3 —A choice Invoice or these celebrated brands on board brig " NewEra," daily expected from Havana, and for sale lowby CHARLES TETH (Now) 138 Walnut street, below Second, aul Second Story. Boots nnb Shoes. ' NO. 44Z, SOUTHEAST CORNER OF MARKET and FIFTH Streets. UeDtleroon'ft Be.*t Patent Leather flalter Iloots. " " Calf do. do. • i " Patent Leather Oxford Ties. " » Calf do. do. << ¦ < Patent Leather and Calf narrow strap Shoes. Boyi' and Youths' Patent Leather and Cair Bklu Qaitor Boots and Shoes. anl-tf for sale ...

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Id=229 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho great Liniment, cures Paina and Sprains. BE NNETT'S EMBROCATION—Tho great Liniment, cures Wounds and Bruises. B ENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Rheumatism. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Neuralgia. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The groat Liniment, cures Frosted Limbs. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Llulment, euros Swellings. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liuiiueut, euros Chapped HaudH. ; BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Tooth Ache. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, euros Sore Throat. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The groat Liniment, cureH Gall* and Urutaes. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The ereat Liniment, cures Burns aud Scaldfl. B ENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Lumbago. BEN NETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, cures Group. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Jjtnlment , cures Oramp.1. DENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The JD great Liniment, cur?B Lumps aud Tumors. BENNETT'S EMBROCATION—The great Liniment, Is the bes...

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Id=239 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

¦«<¦—¦¦pwsjW—¦sate——sp» * " '9.. ...; PHILADELPHIA FIRiB AND LIFE! IN-¦ SUBANOE COUP ANY, Incorporated by th« Bute of Pennsylvania in 1848, are now eitabllshed ln thdr NEW OFFICENo. 433 CHESTNUT Street, where thy are prepared to make ALL KINDS OF INSURAN0B, from LOSS BY FIB£, on property or every description, in Town or Country, including PUBLIC BUILDINQ8, SWELLINGS STOEES, WAREHOUSES, FACTORIES and MANUFACTORIES WORKSHOPS , VES3KLS, Ac. Also, MERCHANDISE or all WnJ» STOCKS OF GOODS, Stocks of COUNTRY STORES, Obods on STORAGE or in BOND, STOCKS and TOOLS of ARTIFICERS and MJ5CHANI0S; FURNITURE, JEWELRY, FIXTURESfee., lc, 4c, lc,t moderate rates of premiumand for any period or time. This Company refer to their past career u an ample guarantee for the PROMPT SETTLEMENT of aU their ,OSSES. There are at this time no unsettled claims against them. ROBERT P. KINO, Pres't. M. W. BALDWIN, Vice Pres't. Frisco Blacibobns, Sec'y. >ul-3m THE PENNSYLVANIA COMPANT FOB INSURANCES...

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Id=251 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

SIX PENNY SAVINGS FUND, Corner of FIFTH aud WALNUT Streets.' Open daily, from 9 to 3and on Tuesday and Friday Evenings, until 8 o'clock. Large or omall sums received, and paid without notice with FIVK PER OENT. INTEREST, by check or otherwise. JOHN THOMSON, Pres't. VI0K PRESIDENTS, THOS T. TASKER, EDWIN M. LEWIS. 8ECBKTAHT AHD TBEASQHKB, WM. T. ELBERT. TRUSTEES. John B. AustinWin. C Ludwlg, John E. Addlckx, D. C. Levy, Sulemon Alter, Charles E. Lex, M. W. Baldwin, A. Miskey, William Clark, Israel W. Morris, Jr., Ephraim ClarkJr., Wm. Neal. Charles S. Carstairs, Thos. Neilson Robert dark, Thomas S. Reed, M. D. A. J. DrexelJames Rusiell, Charles Dutllh, Tho». P. Sparhswk, Wm. B. Foster, Oscar Thompson, Benjamin Qerhard , Peter Williamson, John Jordan, Jr., Isaac S. Waterman , Lewis Lewis, Jr., Charts T. Yerkes. aul-Sm NO. 83 (241) DOCK STREET. —FIVE PER OENT. 8TATK SAVINGS FUND. NO. 83 (241) DOCK STREET. —FIVE PER OENT. STATE SAVINGS FUND. NO. 83 (241) DOCK STREET.—FIVE PER OENT. ...

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Id=228 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

itlemcmee NINETEENTH CENTURY!—THE ORKAT REMEDY OF THE NINETEENTH CENTURY IS THK IMPERIAL PEPURATIVE. This U uowthe great standard remedy for diseases of the Blood, Stomach and Liver. If you hare a Cancerous or Scrofulous affection, at once use tho Imperial Depurativt. Tetter.—-Are you troubled with this obitioate and unpleasant disease? Usa the Imperial Depurative. Try but on* bottle. Have you White Swelling, Hip Disease, or Glandular Swellings T The Imperial Depuradve will effect a cure. Try It. For Pimples, Blotches and Eruptions of tho Skin generally, you have a prompt and certain remedy la the Imperial Depurative. One bottle will satisfy you of iU efficacy. Use the Imperial Depurative, If you would have a clear, healthful, and beautiful complexion. Use the Imperial Depurativt for a diseased atate of tho Liver or Stomach. i?or females of a weak and debilitated habit and shal terod nerves, the Imperial Depurative is Just what ia required to re-lDTigoratft the frauio and re...

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Id=257 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

CHANGE OF HOURS.-PHILADEJ>- PHIA, WILMINGTON AND BAOTltCBB tUL. BOAD. • -!. - , - On and after Ihunday, Jmly UMM, PASSSNGXB TRAINS LXAVB FlHXJsISE»KU. For BalUmon at» A..U., IP. M., (Kxprw,) a«dU P.M. For Wilmington at 8 A. M, 14.15 and U P. 11. For Sew Castle at * A. M., 1 and 4..UP. M. Wot Hiddletawn at 8 A. H. tod«.MP?K. For Dover at > A. M. and 4.15 P. li. ;orSeareidM»A.M.aad4.U B.H. TRAI53 FOB PHILADILPBli Uave Baitimon at »M, Bxprtaj, 11 A. M., uie *5 Wre Wilmington at 6 60 and 11 if, A.lt.,a3d2ffl and »M P.M. - ¦ Leave New Cattl* at Sj» and ».* A. M.r fai«LOt iMTf Iflddletom at loi» A. K ¦ aid 3.06 P. X. Lean Dovw at tM A. U. ud » P. M. bu> SM&cd at 1.00 ±. M. ud 4 JO * . M. ' • • ¦ ¦ fiun nt sAuufMs tors Wilmisjtoa t 9Ai i..U.,%.t.UfjailHJ isUNKATS amy at 11 P. m! from WfifInki, tri ., BaltiBan. ^7 do. do. <L3S P. U. from BalUmoeV t» PUilKWlpWa. . BALTIMORE AND HATM IX SIACX AOCXHOU) DATIOa IBAIN Leaves Havre de Draw at 8 JO A. M. , " ...

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Id=259 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

PHILADELPHIA, GERHANTOWN AND N0RBISTOWN B4ILS0AS-SDUMSS ABBANOKMKNTS. On and after May 5th, 1ST. FOB QKBHANTOWN. Leave Philadelphia at 6, 78,810-mln., 10,MX, A. U., and 1,19-Umu:4,8,8,7, t, »,ni, ^. M? Leave] Germontown at 8,7, 7^S, &, e-15 min., MX, The 7-S5 o'e ' lockA. M.,'lraiaf.u ' s«fctoiijastown. wiU not stop at intermediate StatJsra. OH SCSBAT3. Lean Philadelphi* at 0-20 A. M ^ % S, 10. (-30 »d P.M. Leave Qermantown at 8-50,9-20 A. M., 1-10,4 V, B 15, and 7 P.M. CHSSINUI HILL BAILR0AD. Leave PhiladelphU at 6,8,9-10 nun., 11X A. M., 2, ' Leave Chestnut Hill at 7-15, T-3S10-10, 11-10, min , A. M., 1-40, 3-40,«-»7-40,10-10 mto., P. M. 01 aesDATj. Lun Philadelphia at S-3> A. Ji., 2bit ana S P. M. Leave Chestnut Bill at t A. M., li-56,4-10, ana 6-40, P.M. Or. and after May ifb, M47. FOR MANAYUriK, GOKSH0H0OESN, AKD.NOK BI3T0WN. Leave Phil«d«lpbla at«, 9, and 11, A. M., and 3, i\, eX,andllK,P.M. ¦ Leave Norristtywn at T, 9, and il, A. X., 3, aad ej(, ox gmuxara....

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Id=260 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 6 August 1857

NORTH PEKNSYLTANIA. BAILBOAD FOB BKTHLEHSM, SASTON, AUISTOWN , MAUCH CHUNK, WIXKESBABBB, LOILESTOWN * 4c. 4c, THROUGH TO BETHLBHEil WITHOUT CHANGE OF CARS. On and after Wednesday, July 8th, 1857, thetrfini on this Rood will leave aa follows, daily, (Snaiays ex for Bethlehem, Eastoa, AUeatowsMauch Chunk, WilkesbarreAc, via Lehigh Talley Railroad, Morniu Expressat 815 A. M. For Bethlehem, Eaiton. AUentown, Maach Chunk. Tia Lehigh Valley Ballroao, Svening Kxpresja. at^lft P.M. Pa.uengers for £ajtan by S15 P. M. train take atacva «t Iron Hal sUtioa. T For Doyleatown, (Accommodation) at 8 45 A M and 4 P.M. For Qwyudd. (Accommodation) at 0 35 P. M RKTUE.NI.NO. Leave Bethlehem itlltA. II. and2tip It.with Passengers, Ti» LehJgh TelUy BaUreud, from Eastou, Allentown , Mauch I hunkWdkubarrr, 4e , arrmoz in Philadelphia at 1110>Tui » 45 P. M. Leave Doyleabnrn, (AwuBmodarJoii) at 6 45 A.M. and 410 P. M. Leave Ocynedd, (Accommodi.tion) at 6 60 A M ON SUNDAYS. Leave Philadelphia for Do...

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