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Id= 81 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

FUlIaflelpbla MarUeti. TsbssDiT £vl»sa, August 01n.—There Is very little movement in Breadstuff's to-day, tho unsettled state of the weather having, to some extent, operated unfavorably on business. About 1300 bbls. Flour found buyers ,-for Bblpping, mostly fresh, ground Brandy wine, st$8, v irjcludlng 250 bbls. superfine of a better brand, mode from ne«' Wheat, at $7 60, and 200 bbls. old stock extra at $7 75 ^ bbl. Old stock Western is dull and neglected at $6 50 ' W bbl. The retailers and bskers aro buying to supply their irants at from $6 60 up to $9 25, as to quality, the latter for fancy lots. Corn Mealls ration quiet, but» sale of'400 bbls, Brandywlno is reported at $125 #" bbl. Bye Flour is dull at S4 75 3? bbl. " Wheats are steady in prico, but there is not much demand for milling, and only 2800 bus. now Southern h*ve been token at ' 17Oal72c. for white, of fair to good quality, and 16Oel7Oo. for red, the latter of handsome Tennessee, received via. Savannah. Corn Ib bri...

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Id=112 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

FOR ENGLAND AND FRANCE, 1857.— Now York and Havre Steamship Company.—The United States Mail Steamships ARAQO, 2,600 tons, David Linescommander, and FULTON, 2,600 tons , James A. Woitoncommander, will lea-.e New York, Havre and Sonthamiiton, for the years 1S57 aud '63, on the following days: l.KA\K XEW YOHK 1R57. 1858. Fulton, Saturday, Aug. 22 Arflgo, Saturday, Jan it Arogo, do Sept 10 Fulton, do Feb. 0 Fultuu. do Oct. 17 Arago, do. March 0 Arago, do Nov. 14 Fulton, do. April 3 Fulton, do Di'C 12 Arago, do May 1 Fulton, do. May ffil 1.EAYK UWlli". 1 LEAVE SOUTHAMPTON. 1857. 1857. Arago, Tuesday, Aug. 2r» Arago, Wednesday, Aug 20 Fultou, do Bept '£1 FuIUn, do Kt-pt i!3 Aiago, do. Oct 20 Arngo, do. Oct. 21 Fultou, do. Kov 17 Fulton, do Nov 18 Araeo, do. Dec If* Arsgo, do Dec 10 1859. 1858 Fulton, do Jan 12 Fultou, do Jan. 13 Arapo, do. Feb. 9 JArago, do. Feb. 10 Fulton, do. March 9 JFulton, do. Mar. 10 Arago, do. April ti Arago, do. April 7 Fulton, do. May 4 Fulton, do. May 6 Arag...

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Id=159 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

B EWARE OF IMITATIONS. —R. & G. A. WRIGHTS' ORIGINAL FRANQIPANNl, OR EVERLASTING PERFUME. Fbasoifanxi Extracts, I Fbakoipanui Povade, " Hair Oil, J " Soap " Tooth 1'owdmb. | " Sacuet. These new, elegaat and ncKtrthe perfumeries are from the laboratory of Messrs. R. & G. A. Wright, SOLE ORIGINATORS AND MANUFACTURERS in tbiB country. The Perfume Frangipanni is an oriental production, brought in its original state into this country, and prepared in its various forms by them. The admiration and demand for theso articles is beyond precedent * and, in consequence, a variety of imitations are springing up; but these, whether of HOME MANUFACTUREOR SOLD AS "IMPORTATIONS," have only an evanescent fragranct.AND SHOULD BE AVOIDED BY PURCHASERS. Tor sale by all the Druggists iu the United States, Canada, and South America. R. -S-. d. A. WRIGHTSole Originator* and Manufacturers In the United States. No. 35 (late 23) South FOURTH St Philada. aul-St PHILADELPHIA TYPE FOUNDRY—N. ...

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Id= 99 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

{Deaths Ou Thursday, 6th inst., MANOAH , son or J. P. and H. Mary Aldcn, aged9 monthn and B daya. Tho relatives and friend* of the family aro respectfully invited to attend tho funeral, from No. 234 North Fifteenth St., oo (Saturday) atteruoon, at 3 o'clock # On the 4th Imt , MARQAKET, irifo of John Itodgers aged 42 years. The relatives and friends of the family aro respectfully invited to attend tho funeral, from the residenco of her husband, N. fl. corner of Seventh and Gbrlntian stroeta. on Sunday Rftflrnoon, at 1 o' clock , -w'.thou further notice. To proceed to_§t. Mary's Cemetery. # On the 4th in»t ., Mrs. ELIZA, aALLiMHIER, widow of Richard Gallagher, in the 4flth year of her age. Her relatives aud friends are respectfully invited to attend tho funeral from her late residence, No. 621 Race street, this (Friday) morning, at 10 o'clock. 4 On tile 6th InKt.j?CLARA A., daughter of Samuel 1). and Mary Euieline Jones, aired ft yeurs aud 0 monilm The relatives Mta friends of...

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Id=158 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

MPORTANT IMPROVEMENTNEW GAS CONSUMING FURNACE CHILSON'S NEW CONE FURNACE, after having been put to the moBt severe test, during the two OOU> W13TIBS Of 1856 ISD1957hs« proved to be the most powerful heater in the worldsaving from Hto H the fuel over any of the best furnaces now in use. Thbsb FDKXACR8 aro constructed wHh a cast iron ash pit, and a broad, shallow pan-fthaped fire potlined with fire-brick or iron staves. The fire pot is sunnounted with A SERIES OF CONKS, oe TAPERING RADIATORS, large and broad at their base, but tapering to small apertureaatthe top, and uuiting with tha antilar chamber, through which the heat and smoke pass to the flue. The wholr products of combustion in the form of smoke and OiSKij, are suspended directly over the fire, co.sriNED or compressed into the tapenng Coxes and CONTmtJALLT k$poskd to the direct action of the rays of heat and light from the fire. This heat and light is brought to a roevs in eich COSE, not unlike the COLLECTION OF ...

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Id= 85 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

BAILING OF THE OCEAN STEAMERS. STB1MHB ... FEOa FOB ntv **' New York Bremen, &c Aug. 8 Europa.... Boston Liverpool Aug. 12 Baltic... New York Liverpool..: Aug, 16 Fulton.. New York Southampton Aug. 22 New York......NoW'York Glasgow Aug.22 Ericsson,.. .Liverpool New York,..,.... ,July22 NewYork, Olasgow NewYork July2-Mton,.... Havre, NewYork, July22 BTBiXBSU 'OB Proh UAV Borussia. New York Hamburg Aug. 1 Columbia New York Liverpool Aub Edinburgh NewYork Glasgow Aug. 8 CityWashlngtouNew York Liverpool Aug. 12 Arago>. '........New York Southampton'.. Auir 2Q MOVEMENTS O* HAVANA STBASfERS. PHtLiPBLPHli—From New York Idarriving at Havana 8th, and New Orleans Jltli. from New Orleans 20th; Havana 33d, arriving at New York 28th. ' viuakbk uitt—vromrtew xors-jtn oi eacu montu, arriving at Havana 12th, and Mobile 14th. From Mobile 2af, Htvwu 24th, arriving at New York 28th. . OiBiwiJ-From tie* Torlt 12tharriving at Havana Mthi , and New Orleans 10th. ttom New Orleans 27th, ...

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Id=195 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

T EHIGH AND SCHUYLKILL COAL—¦1 -i DALY, PORTER 4 CO., COAL DEALEB5 Ko B21 PRIME Street, atova Eighth, ieep constantly on hand, at the rery lowest rates, a full su-only of L-hich and Schuylkill Coal. aul-6m C <OAL! COAL! COAL!—TAGGART' 9 ' CELEBBATED SPHDiO MOUNTAIN LEHWH CO AL. It8. CARTER'S GBEEXW00D. TAMAQCA COAL OEOBQE W. SffYDER'3 PINK FORESt SCHUTLEILL COAL RANDALL & MEREDITH Have for sale, and are constantly receiriaff from the ahove celebrated Collieries, COAL OF ALL SIZES. There Is uo Coal miaed anywhere, equal i&^'aali-t y to these, and a trial will convince any one of their great superiority. Our Cosl is iery carefully screened at oar yardsand we will warrant it perfectly free from slate, dust and all impurities. Our 1'RIOES areas LOW as the VERY LOWE5T. Orders left at our Offlce, No. 3 SOUTH FROST street above Walnut Orders left at our Void, CALLOWHILL street below BROAD street. Order-] lelt at our WharfWATER strwt, above <ULLOJwilLL—or s...

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Id= 96 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

A Great Establishment!—The Salamandor Safe Factory of Messrs, Evans 4; Watson , Ib one of the most Interesting establishments in the city. The building in which their operations nro carried ouf is to be fouud In Eighth street, near Vine; the sales-room being at No. '2Q South Fourth street. Between fifty ftnd sixty men ar& employed in tho various departments of tho manufacturing establishment. Some idea of the extent of their labors may ho 'formed from a ntatmnect of the work they have now In hand. Their workmen aro now engaged in constructing lnrge safes for the following new banks:—One for the 3trauflburg Bank , lined all through with chilled iron, ' weighing about6,000 pounds; one of the sarao 3U0 and material Tor tho Southwentera Ban 1 .; of Virginia; and one for the Bank of Jersey Shoro, Pa.; two for the Cataragua Bunk; one for a private banking house in WiUceBbarre , Pa,; one fora prh ito banking house at Norrlstowu, Pa.; and one large set of chilled iron bank vault...

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Id= 76 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

'fcly. ,!thVS%»Cw«&i7j?&kp$&P>:3 Iiuit,JrMOOBitriwtodrb^to^re^Byerly ^Bfan. Sko i»idw Wats* MidMity-lhree fonsboHfii.it; one hundred and .ninety-slgbi. feet in . length; eighteen feet hijd rp ifliU y^ y-'wototlwii. She is oonjtruofei ' eijiiialy.^of -5_ HawKe . tfhite. oajs, wia iron ftstiniags: He 'r nSaohinofy, is of tho 'jnost-3ur*l)l8 ohiirMterC -She-Uraisg-Snally iron braced ftoin »t«fh totfanxjjritli doable frame ttnibers *ua«fer ¦ Oati&vn ' ttoho^.wi bier jiropte is dr iv«Vbz X-M 0 * 1 ** '1 '*8 ' ^jw jy laci. oylinde ' r, The a»ra*K) solidly )>fiUt>»p*> her sngincs, and -every thing thiougSoM Keir;. ?»bln : ling beon con-, ;s twt«4jrt&»n« 'ai]ie»aad v Bneness regardless of " ftoA /ii**- . - . .;-../->.;_ • ;, -. " - ,;, ¦ ,- ¦¦' ; Thelineof thefioston andPhll^lielphiSgtfeinhehip Company is* mow composed of the three firstclass propeller vessels, vii. _:—the Phineas Spragoe, nine hundref and sixty-th...

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Id=193 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

SAMUEL NATHANS, AUCTIONEER, and MONEY LOAN OFFICE, Ko. 112 South THIRD Street, below Walnut, opposite Pear St., only eight doora below the Exchange-Hours of business from T o'clock, A. M., until 10 o'clock in the evening. Out-door sales, and sales at the Auction House, attended upon the most satisfactory terms. CAPITAL tS*J,0OO. Established for th* last Thirty Yean. Advances made from one dollar to thousands otj Dia moudsSilver Pl»i*, Watches, Jewelry, HardwareMer chaodixeCI***fe>3t Fttrniture, Bedding, Cigars, Musical InstruiDcutd, Guns, Horses, Carriages, and Goods of every description. AU goods caa remain any length of time agreed upon. All advances, from one hundred dollars and uptnrds, will be charged 2 per c?3t. per month; $500 and oTer, -the lowest market rate. This Store House having a depth of 120 feethis large fire and thief-proof vaults to store all valuables, and pnvate watchmen for the premises; also, a heavy insurance effected for the benefit of all persons ha...

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Id=161 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

GREAT WESTERN INSURANCE AND TBUSTCO., PHILADELPHIA, No. 331 (late 107) WALNUT STREET. Charter perpetual. Authorized capital, J500.000. FIRE INSURANCE—On merchandise generally, household furniture, on stores, dwellings, iiC. Limited or perpetual. JIARINE INSURANCE-On cargoes, freights, and vessels, to alt parts of the world. INLAND INSURANCE—On goods hy rivers , canals, lakes, and laud carriage, to all parts of the country. DIRECTORS. Charles C. Lathrop, 1423Walnut Street Alexander Whitldin, 14 North Front 5treet. Henry D Moore, Farquhar Buildings, Walnut St John C. Hunterfirm of Wright, Hunter & Co. Y. Tracy, firm of Tracy Sc Baker. Thos. L Qillespie, firm of Gillrapie i Zeller Stltlwetl S. Bishop, firm of Bishop Simons i Co. William Darling, (late of Reading ) Isaac HailehurstAttorney and Counsellor J. R. McCurdy. firm of JonesWhite 4 SIcCurJy John Rice, OU Snuth Fourth Street. Jas B Smithfirm of James U. Smith A Co. Theo. W. BakeiGoldsmiths' Hall. K. Harper -Jeffries, fi...

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Id=102 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

WANTED IN CAMDEN—GOOD PLAIN board, by a young man, in a retipect&bte family. Mechanic or otherwise. Comforts of a liome desired. A liberal prico will he paid Address M.J. O., Ledirer Ofllco. «u(i-2t* TJLEASANT ROOMS, WITH BOARD X can be obtained at No. 014, \\%ua ftreet, above Marshall. au6-2t# f^^ERIEiTOlF^SERVANTS^^Prot o-JJ tants and Catholics, Whlto and Colored. Tho best and mont roftpcctftWe c!&bb obtained at tho Agency, 930 yiLBEBT Street , below tenth, south Bide. auO-lt* X^OR RENT—A modem throe-story House, ¦*• with hack buildings, bath houje4c, on Eleventh street, atore Spring Garden. Apply to Pr. MOSELEY, No. 0 K. Eleventh Btrcet, auO-lt* HPO RENT Tho second and third story M. nOUMSo No. M7 (late 163) North THIRD Street, near Vine. l au4-3t# PURE OLD PORT WINE AT WHEELER'S, 8. E. corner Third and Lombard. aul-3trp LACK TEASTTORE OOLONGS^Sb and 76 centa. at VV1(KELER'3, S. Bi corner Third and Ir timbtrt, anl-at-is.

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Id= 95 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

Purkinson'g Garden—An Extraordinary Vocalist!—Those who havo not yet heard tho extraordinary young vocalist, Miss Aqniss Sutherland, who has won for horseir in England the diatinguished sobriquet of "the Scottish Nightingale," now singing at Parkinfions's Qardeu, havo a pleasure iu store of no ordinary character, and for uhich they will thank us for directing their attention to the Promenade Concerts given nightly in that delightful place. A Relect and powerful orchestra, under tho direction of our distinguished Musical Professor, Leopold Moignon, Esq., both give support to the eminent vocal talent engaged, nnd perfoiras a rich detection of Oporatlc nnd miscellaneous gems, Including Overtures, Marches, Polkas, Waltzes, See., kc. Tht» great feature of this entertainment , howover, is the "Nightingale," whoso voico for sweetness, power and effort will favorably compare with any 0110 ever heard in Philadelphia. If any should doubt this assertion , lot them but listen to her rendering...

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Id=143 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

watches, Jerudni, m BAILEY & CO., CHESTNUT STREET, Manufacturers of BRITISH STERLING SIIVEB WARE, Uunder their Inspection, on the premises exclusively. Clttzc-aa and htraniceta ku invitod to Tuit oui maun, factory. WATCHES. Constantly on hand a splendid stock of Superior Gold Watches, ot all the celebrated makers. DIAMONDS. Necklaces , Bracelets, Brooches, Ear.Bingg, Finger-Kings, and all other articles in the Diamond line. Drawings of NEW DESIGNS will be mule frM of charge Tor those wishing work mad« to order. RICH GOLD JEWELRY. A beautiful assortment of all the new styles of Find Jewelry, sucb as Mosaic, Stone and Shell Cameo, Pearl, Coral, Carbuncle, Marquislte, Lava, &C, &e. SHEFFIELD CASTORS, BASKETS, WAITERS, 4e. Also, Bronze and Marble CLOCKS , of newest styles , and of superior quality. aul-d tw&w ly

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Id=138 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

^AMDEN AND ATLANTIC RAILROAD J —CHANCE OV IIOUHS. SlIMMKIt AltltAN'OKMENTS Un ami after Monday, July 6th, and until further notice, trains for Atlantic City Hill leave Vine street wiiHrf daily, (Sundays excepted.) First do\in ims-:eogcr train will leave Vine street wharf at 7-30 A 51. Second down passenger train will leave Vino street wharf at 5 P.M. Freight trains , with passenger cat attached, 5-35 A. SI. Returning, will leave Atlantic Citv as follow s : First passenger tritin at . ' .... 6-50 A M. Second do 4 50 P M Freight train 12-30 P. Ml'ASdE.NMKHS FOR IIADDONFIBI.D Will leave Vino street wharf at 10--l!> A. M., aud 5-45 P. M. Will leave HaddonHeld at 7-20 A. SI , and 2 P. M. Freight must be ilelivesed at Cooper's Point by 2 o'olock, I' M., to insure its going down in the morning train. Tho Company will not bn responsible for any goods until receUed ami receipted for by their freight agent auS-lm* n. FRAZEB. Secretary.

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Id=191 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

Jobs Batus, Aoctioaeer, NO. 325 ARCH STREET, between THIRD AND FOURTH STREETS. SALES EVERY KVENIKG at 8 o'clock, OfBoota, Shoea,Broffans, Gaiters, Hanifface, Cutlery, Watches, Jewelry, Hosiery, Whips , Trunks, Facer Goods, Notions, i.e., Ac. N. B. Terms of Night Sales, four months credit for approved City accepUowafor sums of $100 and over, with iuterett added from date ol tale. CARD.—OnWoor Sales solicited or Household Furniture at dwellings, Stocks of Hardware, Underwriters' Salea of Hardware, Cutlery, Ac. Consignments solicited to be sold at the Auction Rooms. Charges moderate. Apply as above. Advances made on Consignment! of Goods. anl lm Br Gso. W. Smith, Auctioneer. NE. CORNER OP BARRON AND • SOUTH STREETS, above Second. EVENING SALES. BALES EYKRY SATURDAY EVENING, At 7>i o'clock, at the Auction Store, of U&rdv&ro, Cotlery, Housekeeping Articles, Clothing, Watch j , Jeirelrv. Fancv ArticlM. ic.

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Id= 79 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

. Total $9,094,401 $14,804.2!B *»,»«,»•» — The aggregate exports for. the seven months mo $69, 081,600 against; S66,6M288 same seven mon'hs of lost year. Of this WJ),925,lfii was produoo and merchandise «g«iMt$«,lQsTMa Iojrtyear, and S3«,038,«9 was specie •gainst$19,S00 ' Mr.- . . •¦ • - " ' ' "-The; Sew, York life Insurance and Trost Company hmdectarea a semi-annual dividend of 6 ^ cent., also a surplus dividend of 6 V cent, on the capital stock or the cSmpauy! wiyable Wth tast. Tho Now York fire and MirlnA Iosuianoe Oorapsny» senU-anuusi dividend of 10 V cent., payable ou, demand. The gt Mark's Fire Insurance. Company, a semi-annual dividend or 6 ^ cent. parable on demand. The Knickerbocker Stage Oomwar, 6 V cent., payable lOib. lost. The Third lmm> £*ilr9>4tvljuarterly dWiottd of 2 W cent., jatable on the 12th Inst. Tho City 1'irB Insurance Company,10 ^ cent., payable August 10. ' Boston Dock 0oy 2 per cent. «14 per share,) payable on demand at 1&0 Congres...

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Id=123 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

2unnsemcnts WALNUT STREET THEATER.—SPECIAL OPENING! FOR SIX NIGHTS ONLY ! The public is most respectfully informed that NAOLE'S JUVENILE COMEDIANS, Thirty in number, comprising THE WREN FAJIILY, THE BOONE CHILDREN, That beautiful FAIRY WONDER, LITTLE JULIA CHRISTINE; And a host of lesser lightB, forming a perfect GALAXY OF INNOCENCE! Youth, Beauty, Talent and Genius , Will make their ticftt ap-pearance here on MONDAY EVENING, AUGUST 10th, 1857, Iu a varied, chaste and high-toned DRAMATIC AND MUSICAL ENTERTAINMENT, Full particulars of which will bo oxpressed in future auvertisi'meiitfl. Proprietor Mr. ATM. J. NAGLE Acting and Stage Manager Mr. WAYNE OLWINE ni,7,f

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Id=162 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

(JTommiooiou iiUrrljiinls. HANDY & BRENNER-COMMISSION MERCHANTS and Dealers In Foreign and American HARDWARE and 0DTLEBY, Nos. 23, 26 and 27 North FIFTH Street, Eos* side, above Commerce street , Philadelphia. ml-tr S HJElENDER & PASCAL, HATTERS, »nl-6m Wo. 8 8. SIXTH strwt. Philadelphia. E NEWLAND & CO., • LOOKING GLASS AND PICTURE FRAME MANUFACTURERS , WHOLESALE AND RETAIL. Importers and Dealers Is Oil PaintingsWater-Color Drawings, Engravings, &c. A large assortment always on hand. Packing and removing Glasses, and hanging attMded to. eoiARCH gtnii , (tore gixtb, <wut£ jl4», JWJjKMpiia. Ml-iarp

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Id= 92 : [Newspaper Article] — Philadelphia Press — 7 August 1857

TO PRINTERS AND EDITORS—FOR SALE.—The undivided half of a NEWSPAPER »nd PRINTING ESTABLISHMENT , in fiuccefisful operationIn its third year, located In an excellent section 01 Northern Pennsylvania , contlgious to the Canal, Railroad, and Susquebanna River. It is In a good, prosperous condition, with a respectable subscript on fna^erttemgciiHtom, and does all tho JOB PRINTING in that locality—it being the only paper In the fceautiful village where it is situated, wfth a full share of the country patronage . Tbe other partner Ib a practical Printer ^ a gentleman and a Democrat; hence, a young man. wiBhing to engage in the honorable profession, can, on the Investment of a very tew hundred dollars flnd a pleasant and proStable situation. ' IE?- Addreag Col. L. I* TATE, Bloomflburg, or the

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