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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 19 May 1863

TO OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS. _Goileetion of Pensions, Bounties, Back Pay and War _flaiuw. Officers'Pay Soils, Muster Kolig, and Recruiting Accounts Made Out nriHE undersigned, having been in the em-J» ployment of the United States daring the last eighteen months, as Clerk in the Muster ing and Disboraing Office and Office of Superintendent ot Recraitmg _Service of Pennsylva nia, respectfully informs the public that he has opened ah office in thW Daily TnnaAra Building lot the purpose of collecting Pensions, Bounties, Back Pay and War Claims; _alao, nuudng out Officers' Pay Bolls, Muster Bolls and Recruiting Accounts. ; All orders by mail attendo i to promptly. /?p-TAOU BDLLJVAN 8. CHILD. TiVfOBTON'S UNRIVALLED GOLD PEN. _IY1 FIRST _QUAUTY WAKRAN1 ED. NONE BB1_TER IN THE WBOLE WORLD. A GREAT LUXUBY. 1 PERSONS in want of a superior and really good qovd PJ5H will find with me a large assortment to select from, and have the privilege to exchange the Pens _until their hand is _perfect...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 19 May 1863

_Cmef of _Sraoti Pennsylvania Rail Road MMBR TIME TA3 < FIVE TRAINS DA ELY TO AND FROM PHILADELPHIA. ON AND AITEK MONDAY, APBIL 20th, 1863, _TIHB Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania _L Bailroad Company will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and Philadelphia as follows: EA8TWABD. THROUGH EXPRESS TBAIN leaves Harrisburg daily at 2 00 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.10 a: m. FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday) at 5.45 a. ui., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.65 a.m. Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster. WAY ACCOMMODATION, via Mount Joy, leaves Harrisburg at 7.00 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 12.25 p. m. FAST MAIL TBAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sunday) at 1.00 p. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5 00 p. m. HABBISBOBG ACCOMMODATION TBAIN, via Columbia, leaves Harrisburg at 4 00 p. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.30 p. m. WESTWABD BALTTMOBE EXPBESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday) at 2...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 19 May 1863

r -:_; Bi .J. _^ HARBIB_, Tin and Sheet _Irob Ware Manufacturer I NO. i&jklt&KEi _STRElsr; . ' _'¦ ¦ ¦;- ._ ; ha_^bisbubq. ; iTAS always on hand a fall assortment of Tin XI and Japanned Ware, Co.kinj_? and Parlor stoves of the best? _manufacture* , Gutter Spont_> ing, Boprlng and Galvanised Iron vCoroiah, manufactured and put up at reasonable rates. ^* Bepairing promptly attended to. , J ' J _J apr8Q-ly _^_oW P_^isl Gold Peas t ZI ,_#?: WAHRANaSEiDY_^_f 1 NOTHER new assortment of the well known _«4l» " Newton Pen" of all _siaes, styles , and in silver or gold holders ,, have just been ' received at tti|i famous CHEAP BOOK STORE of ¦ ' < ' - ¦l ' - ; GEO. BEBGHSR , ¦ ¦- i -¦ ¦ • _- ¦ ¦ !. • . ¦¦ -.-..,. 91 MarketStreeL Harrisburg, Dec., 1862, _^^^ " _piABDS lil-H-Weddingi Visiting, and Bushiest V Cards, Tlcketo, HU-headsTB_^_U Invitations! a ad printing in _generri, neatiy and emeditidbs _jy executed, at l ' " _^_s _^ : v/ _SCHEFFER _' 8 PBINTING OFF...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 19 May 1863

PIIIR LINE ROUTE. _jJJMJtHUfiHMWtH_^^_ir _^_p - _~ - _- ¦ " i< \- _C3 J*.. * , *i_^_2 ' .,; _maAJLJEtt m_^mmMMW fWBMBBB_^ _yrT_^ j riBM _TBAISi DA_^_ilS XO if J&W TOBK. --> ¦¦¦ _• • -r•¦ ¦>;¦ ' and PHtl_^ADELPHIA_, ON AND AFfEB_, MQNDAY , APRIL 20th,1862, the Passenger Trains will leave tbe Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Depot , at Harrisburg, for New York and Philadelphia, as follows, viai: r ' L >{;. EASTWARD. EXPRESS LINE leaves HarriBburg at 2.16 A. M., on arrival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train from the West , arriving in New York ' at 9._^0 A. M., and at Philadelphia at 8.20 A. M. . A sleeping car1 is attached to the train throagh from _Pitteburg without change. MAIL. TRAIN leaves _Harrisbarg at 8.00-A. M., arriving in _^ New York at 6.30 P. M., and Philadelphia at i:50 P. M. "' ' _' FASTLINEieavesHarrisburRat-i.00 K _< M.; ftrrivihgjn New York at 10.25 PPM., and _FbJP Melphia at 7.00 P. M. • - _-• ' r WESTWARD. FA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 19 May 1863

$n*mtt* _<_5arDf NICHOLS & BOWMAN, WHOUh;:,_v!-E AND RETAIL. G H (_c V E 5i> , OOBSSB OF 1K0ST ASD MABKCT _cTSEBTT, UAE _BJbBUBO, PENSA. OW ING _*o _tha i«n»ti-.-L> of our _business, we bave eni J'ged and _improved oar storeroom, and _respecifully invite the attention of the public to >ur exf_^-1— «_"* »«u _elected stock of U&OCERIES, PiinnSIOSS_, FOREIGN LXB DO-1MIC PBUITS, CEOAR _AND WILLOWWARE. We offer for sale STEWAUTS & LO VEBIN'S CHOICE SYBUP3, CHOICE _SYBUPS AND MOLASSEb_, of all kiods. WHITE AND BROWN SUGARS, GBEEN ANO BLACK TEA, COFFEE, SHOES, and FLAVORING EXTRACTS. We keep on hand all kinds of Country Prodnoe; also, FLOUR, FJSH, SALT, _ HAMS, • , LARD, Ac. We call attention to our iarg_* stock of _aupe» rior NON EXPLOSIVE COAL OIL, _unequolled in every respect by any in the market, together witb all kinds of COAL OIL LAMPS, SHADES, BURNERS, and CHIMNEYS. QUEENSWABE AND GLASSWARE, of 6_V<ry style, alwa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 19 May 1863

mmmantons. TOILET " _BRUSHXSSV J_71VERY description _orolass of Toilet Brashes, I> _ttud each class in great variety of style, _quality and price. We can furbish almost any article of Toilet Biuah from common to extra fine, at a very teat"'liable price. The tollowing list comprises our stock oi >?coaaif this line now in store : _HAlu _SliUtiHES.—For ladies, for gentlemen, toi tofcuts, for barbers, for soldiers, narrcft for curling, short handles, buffalo _btcks_, inlaid, very hard, and very soft. CLOTH BRUSHES.—Handled, fine French, common, reach back, tourists, or soldiers' , dogroot. HAT BRUSHES.—Fine French, ordinary, tourists'. BONNET BBUSHES.—Dog-root , broom corn. VELVET _BBUSHES.—French _Bprigs, corn, dog-root. SHAVING BRUSHES.—Buffalo horn,iosewood handled, of badger hair and biistles, common, metal and screw handles. TOOTH BBUSHES.—American, French and English, ivory and buff handles, double, tourist's in case, badger hair, Russia bristle very hard, 3 row ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 19 May 1863

PORTFOLIOS .-,- . _r FOR SOLDIERS; ) WHOLESALE OB BElAlL. , f ¦' _» - AT PBICES PBOBABLY LESS thancannow be purchased _tilse where. : .J SOLDIERS look to your interests, and call or send to KELLER'S ; l i Drug Store, 91 Market Street,: for a Writing1 * Folio, 'io dealers wishing to bay out the lot we will offer no22 PURE _CALIFORNIA WIKES . FOB. MEDICA& US& _^ * / ; _. CALIFOBNIA HOCK WINE, CALIFOBNIA POBT WINE; CALIFORNIA ANGELICA WINE, CALIFORNIA MUSCATEL WINE, 1 _^CALIFORNIA GRAPE BBAOSDY. _J The attention of Invalids _isTpwrtiqaJarly_^ called to these wines. They are equal teethe best European wines, and guaranteed pure. 'For sale at ;V KELLER'S DRUG- S'JRJRlB/ _ooffo , ' ... : 9rMarketSt. _v A STRANGE STORY - r"A . ' : . ; " ¦ ; ' . _"-'' ¦bt • '¦ - . "_* Bra E: _Bjuwbe Lyton , |7OB8aleat . .': v JD ; BERGNEB'S BOOKSTORE. _CHUBNS, Brcoms, BaeketB , _aridW kinds _ot Cedar and Willow Ware, "for sale by NICHOlSA, BOWMAN * mr28 Cor. Front and Market _Streets. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 19 May 1863

i?xtiiilUill _ifeJGjDUl_/JGiD JCiAirrvJCiOS VU, p _i _» ;¦ ¦ . :r ; - : :?¦> ¦( . -¦ ¦ '• ¦ ¦ ¦* _ilsw " ,iw \, .: _Qopds _Ordereft _pf_] the ¦' • / _-_^KrEl^^ Beti^^ • ' tho same Night ; . Leave New York at 7_|:P. M., by the .Fast Through Express Train ,._arjiyjlng in Harrisbarg at 3 A.M. _^THOUT OiBLAM_? iOF OAES. Order Goods marked .: . via HOPE EXPEESS CO., General Office, I62*_tBSteaway t New York. For farther _iniormatibnj_^nquire of ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 19 May 1863

_t' xntt of _9xjr3tl. 1862_T wIntTr 1863 ARRAN(x£M£NT! CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND FRANKLIN RAIL ROADS. f _~ iHANGE OF HOUBS.—On and after Mon-V_^ da y, November 17,1862, Passenger Trains will mo daily, as follows, (Sundays excepted): For Chambenlrarg and _Harriibaxg: i a. k. p. x. Leave _Hagerstown 7.00 2.451 ¦" Greencastle 7.37 8.36 . ! ( Arriveat.. 8.17 4.20 Ohambersburg ¦< ~ —— -i (Leaveat.. 8.30 12.65 Leaves Shippensburg 9.00 1.28 •• NewviUe .£9.82 2.00 •• ¦ ¦ ( Carlisle. 10.10 2.42 " MechanicsburK 10.42 8.12 Arrive at Harrisburg..-.......11.16 3.40 For' _Chambersburi f and _Haeentown • \ ¦¦ .. ',•: _. . .. . A..M. *. M. Leave Harrisbturg 8.06 1.86 " _' Mechanicaburg .... _' ..;. 8.47 2.16 ' " . Carlisle.........;..... 9.27 2.66 •• NeWville. ._*..... s-.-i... 10.02 3.29 " fehippensborg..... 10.38 4.60 Arrivejat _Chamberbborg 11.00 4.30 Leave Chambersburg......... 11.10 4.40 « jQreenca8tle...i........11.66 6.80 Arrivejat Hagerstown. 12.36 6.10 1^*T Making close connec...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 19 May 1863

r_^IL_^_EtfetlMlAN^^RiiE RAIL rpHIS great line traverses the Northern and JL jNprth west counties of Pennsylvania to the cityof / Erie _. 'on'Lake Erie. ¦ .. It has been leased by the _Pamtytoania RaA rocul'Company, and under their auspices is bemg rapidly- opened throughout Its entire length. _, It is nW in use for Passenger and Freight business from Barrisburg to Driftwood, (2d Fork,) (177 miles) _©n the Eastern Division, and! from Sheffield to Erie, (78 miles,) on the Westera Division. _^ i .•' _^ 1 : i_; . S ¦ • •¦• ¦ ¦ _" _' ' • _->' _- _-•; ¦ ¦ _¦¦ ¦i' _siiut . ¦ _- .:. ,- ¦ ¦». TEMB OF PABSBNOKIl_, ;IBAJ_9HS AI _EUUUtlSBnBCf. ' Maiil Train leaves North, ii .... _*..... l.lSAj_^M, Express Train' leaves North' ....... 8.00 A. M. _Ceas run through _wira ' oOT _ohanob both, ways on these trains between Pniladelpbia and Lock. Hayeri, and between; Baltimore andl ockiHaven. Elegant Sleeping cars on! the Express train both ways. ¦ •• -as. _au.< , . I ,j m-.r.. For...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 19 May 1863

READING HAILROAD ./.;: -_«it dUMMER ARRANaEMENT. _ri BEAT TBUNK LINE_^Bpk THE -NOBTH iTand Northwest for Philadelphia, New York' , Beading, _Pottsville, Lebanon, Allentown, _Easj ton, Sec. , &c. Trainsileave _Harrisburg for Philadelphia,New York,! Reading, Potteville, and all intermediate stations- at 8.00,A. Mi, and_^OO P. M. _, New York _^ Express leaves H_^_riisburg, at 2.16 A. M.j, arriving at New York at 9 16 the same mornlDg. . : Fares from _Harrisburg: To New York $515; to Philadelphia $3 36 _,and $2 80. Baggage checked through. _, • Beturniog, leave New York at 6 A. M., 12 Noon, and 7 P. M., (Pittsburg Express.) Leave Philadelphia at 8.16 A. M., and 3.30 P. M. Sleeping cars in the New York Express Trains, through to and from _Pittaburg without change. Passengers by the _Catatrissa Railroad leave Tamaqaa at 8.60 A. M., and 2.15 P. M., for Phil adelphla, New York, and all Way Points* Trains leave Pottsville at 9.15 A. M., and 2.30 P. M., for Philadelphia, Har...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 19 May 1863

flAGLE WORKS, _" Hamsbaro-, Pennsvlvania. _VAxntAonimm or BOOE-BD(DERS' RULING-MACHINES AND PENS, STANDING PSESSE8, SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOARDS, aid mMnmw iob GRINDING (JOTTING-MACHINE E_3_TCVE8. Portable Cider Mills and Fodder _Cuttert SOHOaL FUBNITOBE, Beneral Machine Work and Iron and firasi CASTINGS, WOOD TORNINe IN AU. XTS BRANCHES, SCROLL SAWING, PLANING, ETC., E7C. |_9" Any Machine of Wood, Iron or Bxaas made to order. Gear and Screw Catting. &c HIOKOK'b PATENT WOODEN SCREW C J J1! i NO TOOLS _J_^ Cta*paid*>r Old Oapper, Brss-, -sp •_st. &o. STBAM BOILEK_8. _M pennsylvania _vatlsoad, Above state sihlei . CELLAR WINDOW UdAl'ES, Or vufoin wttarns, bath «t«»tooarjr mat _nrlagios:, i_^ata WeietHBWia _vartoaa other bailding east: _u^» , for ssla _voric&Mp at the [myHi-lj] B _<Oi K WUSKS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 19 May 1863

BOSS CHEMICAL WBITING FLUE), _Mahutactobkd bt thb Ammicah Ihk _Compaut, _BraQHAMPKW, N. Y. OEB what judges of ink in our city say: We .the undersigned having used Boss Bro.'_s Chemical _Writiog Fluid consider it a tuperjor article and heartily recommend, its use to the pablio: " ' , .., J. C. Young; Prothoaotary, Dauphin county. S. H. Breunor, Clerk to Prothonotaty, do. Joseph Miller, Clerk to Ck_^_mmuaiuners. John L. _Speel, County _Treasurer. John Rose, Deputy Recorder and Begister. Samuel Marquart, Register. Jacob Sbell, Deputy Sheriff. _Thos. H. Norton, Capt. U. 8. A., Dia. Office. Handy Mix, A.ud.tor Ueneral'_s office. D. C. Maurer, " " " " David Barnes, " " •« Jos. GatretBon, " ¦ « •« Wm-King_; " " Chas. Corner, " " " M,8. Bt_>wer, " " " Alexander Wilson, State Treasurer's office. J. Holcomb, • ¦ ? • " «• A. 0. Smith, Attoroey-at-law. _i N. B.—Changes of temperature will not afiect hisFluid. . ... . . .. All sizes for sale at . KELLER'S DRUG STORE, 81 91 Market ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 19 May 1863

AMERICAN WRITiNG FLUID I : ' ¦¦ ¦ - - • ¦:: ¦ ¦ ¦ ' - ¦'¦ ¦ . . '_- ¦ ¦: j • t .(. _- . OF unequalled flow and brilliant color * equal if not superior to Arnold's Writing Fluid _j free from mouldor sediment _^ _icopies as well as _wy copying ink, and not affected by freering Price _^J.00 ' per _dosen quart _ibottles_^,62 cenjba per single quart. For sale at,. ;;.dJ; h-r- >•• ¦ ! THEO. -Fi SGHEFFEB'8 BOOKSTORE, J24 < No. 18 Market street, Harrisburg. MINNIE MEAT. A _SUPEBIOB article just _jwcexyed _^ and tor sale by WM. DOCK, , ! CO • * . * _^ * •' -" I I IONEY; a delicious j _artjcle_^f , ' |_repbl ho_^ey J.X just received and for sale low by ' ' :_; _^jNlOHOtSA BOWMAN , ~ ' . ' ' f 8 _fi Cory FroDt_^ndjMarket Streeta. J UaT BECEIVED, 60 boxes of sweet Messina Oranges, for sale, wholesale and retail: at _^^ JOHN WISE'S STORE, J30 J Thtrd ._street, near Walnut: ! STANpABD PEAB _> _mBEES _. at KeystoneNurBery_, _adfeininic the ciby ox _aarnsDTuir. " '•• : y _&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 19 May 1863

miBttiiaruanB 1NSUBAKK, Marine, Fire _aad Inland _TransportatioD, Central Agency at Harrisburg, Pa., of the INSURANCE COMPANY OP NORTH AMERICA OF PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated 1794—Charter perpetual. Capital and Assets $1,200 000 DTBECTOBS. Arthur G. Coffin, Samuel W. Jones, John A. Brown, Samuel F. _Smitb, Charles Taylor, Ambrose White, John B. Neff, Wchard D. Wood, William Welsh, William £. Bowen, James N. _Dickenson_, S. Morris Wain, John Mason, Greo. L. Harrison, Francis B. Cope, Edward H. Trotter, Edward S. Clarke. ARTHUR a. COFFIN, President. CHARLES PLATr, _Secratary. As central agent for the above named company, the undersigned is prepared to take fire rL-ka in any part of the State of Pennsylvania, either annually or perpetually, on the most favorable term,. . Office in Walnut street, near Second. WILLIAM _BUEHLER, ielO-dly Harrisbarg, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 19 May 1863

_jypam} _i«y3 _^hackebelin «««for rr famlly vB, just received and for sale by )U - WM. DOOE.Jb.. & 00. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

BALTIMORE LOCl_^_mSPITAL T TAS discovered the most certain, speedy: and XX effectual _rerqedies fa.the world for i _DISEASES OF 3tM?^I)ENqBi : KELIBF IH SIX 10 TWBLyitJ HOTJH8. ' J _^ NO _MERCDfiY OR; NOXIOTJS DRUGS. AQijre _WahiriW\ irorJf<>: Charge, in from One to .'.-: . . ¦ • ,- ¦ Two Days. - Weakness of the Back, Affections of the Kidneys -' and ' Bladder j _InvbluniaTy disctiarjies _* TfmijiotOncy _" General Debility_^ Her- ; _^ushees . _Dyspepsia, LaBguor, Low Spirits, dbnruBibii of ' Ideas, Palpitatida :_»of the Heart, Timiditjr,rTre_^nbling8_, Dimness of Sij_?nt or Giddiness, Disease1 of the Head, Throat, Nc _se_^r 5 Skin. Aiffectibxul df the Liyer _.1 Lungs, Stcmach or Bowels—thxwe terrible disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those secret and _rfolitary_^_pricticetf more fatal to tbeir victims than the _eOng _pfhSyrens to the Mariners «f Ulysses, blighting their m96|brilliant hopes or anticipations * rendOTirig_^ iiiarrage, &c,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

BETWEEN _PHILADELPHIA,; Lock liaven, Je rsey Shore, _Williamspon, Man' cy, Laiontown, WaUoQtown, Milton, Lewisbarg, NortliQinberland, Sunbury, Trc\erton, Georgetown, _Lykcnstown, fflUleriburg, llalilax, Dauphin AND HARRISBURG. _Ibe Philadelphia Depot belng-centrally located, the drayago will be at the lowest rates. The Conductor goes through with each, train ' tc attend to the safe delivery of all goods intru-t-5d to the Hoe. Goods delivered"»t the depot ol FREED, WARD & FREED, 811 Market street, Philadelphia, by 6 o'clock P. M., will be deU_'v _sred in _Harrisburg tbe next morning. i ' Freight Always as Low as fey Any Other liine. '• _" ' JOSEPH _MONTGOMERY, * Philadelphia and Beading Depot, _act21-tf] Foot of Market Street, _Harrtebnrg. ESTABLISaED 1760 PETER _liORlLLARD, I Snuff and. Tobacco _Manuiacturei 16 _fy 18 CHAMBERS ST., _< (Formerly 42 Chamber* Street, New York,)' ¦V\70ULD call the attention of Dealers to _jtb ,VV'| articlGB ot >hU _mahufac_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

illi0_allanconr. LIFE INSURANCE Ihe Girard Life _Insuraace, Annuity and . Trust Company ot PMladfilpiua. _OFIICE NO. _M CHE81NV1 Bl_^_ESTJ (GHABTBR PERPETUAL.) ' CAPETAli AND _ASSKTS $1,543,386 THOMAS RIDGWAY, President, JOHN F. _JAMES,,Secretary. j /CONTINUE to make INSURANCE ON V_^ /LIVES on the most reasonable:terms. ¦ - They act as Executors , Trustees and _Guardiang under last Wills, and aB Receivers and Assignees The capital being paid up and in vested, together with a large 'and constantly ' iricjrej&sta g reserved fund; offers _^a perfect security to the Insured. The premiums may be paid yearly,'half yearly or quarterly. I The company add a BONUS periodically, to the-insurances for life. The FIRST B0MJ£ appropriated in December, 1844, tbe SEUONE BONUS'in December, 1849, the THIRD tO_^U; in December, 1854, and the F0UK1H BONUS in'1869. 'T_4es6 additions are made without - requiring a _'tiiy hicrease in the premiums toj be paid to the company. ,. - i " The foll...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

(IS _W \J XI _OJ _K_/ JLJL \J \J _*J j _W * i j¥fir¥oaste1 J CORNER OF _^ MAEKET ST AND MARKET _SQUA! iE_, I HARRISBT7EQ, PA. _| _K _JOSEPH F. _McOLEL_^&N, _PttOFRIBTOK. W (EB_0Eim.T OONDUOTKD BY _WBU9 _OOTpHiT._) P Tbie is 8 First Cla_^_s Hotel, and located it the P- central part of the city. It is kept In the best I manner, and its patronB will find eve?y ao om-I' _modation to be met with in the' best? bWUE»in I the country_^ '' _^a30_i<ltf - ¦ _UuiT£3D STATES HOTEL. ! He lilted and Renovat_^d_^ L, W. TEN EYCK, ' Pbopbieiob. L n'Ul. -J popular and commodious Hotel has !¦ • Ji boon newly rebtted and furn _i shed _thjc agh' _, out \t_* _parlortJ and cbambers, _aud is now njady foi the reception of guests for the winter season. 1 Ibe traveling public will fiad the miied > ' . BtaUt Uoul the _inosf convenient in all patticnl l&n ot any Hotel in the btate Capital, on sto-^ count of its at cess to the railroed, i_^eing_. n uneli_; diatoiy between th...

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