Board, Thompson & Piersons' MONDAY and THURSDAY Railroad Freight Line between CHESTER and New York. Board, Thompson & Pierson will continue their Freight Line from Chester, throughout the season, every Monduy Thursday, leaving the Depot at 11 o'clock, p. m. Capt. B. Thompson, will attend to all freight entrusted to our care, and the returns will be paid in current money, at the store of the firm, where will be kept a large and extensive assortment of DryGoods, together with a large stock of Ready Made Clothing, Crockery, Groceries, Hardware, Iron, Steel, Fish, Pork, Flour, Paints and Oils, Glass, Leather, Plaster, Cement, Clover and Timothy Seed, &c. &c. The highest market price in cash paid for Grain, at their store. JAMES J. BOARD, BENJAMIN THOMPSON, THOMAS G. PIERSON. Chester, February, 1857.
Tuthill &. Co's., RAILROAD FREIGHT Line from CHESTER, for 1857. Captain C. S. Tuthill, assisted by an experienced salesman, every Tuesday and Friday, leaving the Depot at 11 o'clock, a. m. The undersigned for the better accomodation of the Freighting Interests of Orange and Sussex Co's. have made such arrangements as will give them facilities for carrying Freight, unsurpassed by any estalblishment on the road or at Newburgh. Their Freight being entirely separate from Western and other Produce, and by doing exclustively a commission business, they have no hesitation in saying that they can give better satisfaction than those who buy a large portion of their Freight, and have to look out for their own interest before that of their patrons. All returns will be paid in bankable funds, at the store of TUTHILL & EAGER at the Depot, where will he kept a large and cheap assortment of Dry-Goods, Groceries, Ready-made Clothing Hardware, Saw Mill and Cross-cut Saws, Nails, Nail Rods, Hoop and Bund Iron, Prints, Oil, Varnish, Glass, Sole and Upper Leather, Boots and Shoes, Writing and Wrapping Paper, Clover and Timothy Seed, Salt, Fish, Flour, Pork, Soap, Candles, Plaster, Coal, Cement, Grind Stones, Plow Castings, &c. The highest market price in cash paid for grain. C. S. TUTHILL Chester, March 1, 1857.
Wm. B. King HAVING BEEN APPOINTED shipping agent at CHESTER, for the Newburgh Freight Lines, for 1856, will forward freight on Monday & Thursday to W. K. Mailler & Co., and Wardrop, Smith & Co. Tuesdays & Friday to Powell, Ramsdell & Co. and Wardrop, Smith & Co. Wednesday & Saturday to B. Carpenter & Co.
Freight sent by these lines will be sold on the boats, all returns paid at J. D. Wood's in current money. Chester, Feb. 23d. 1857.
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