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

WM. B. BRADBURY'S PIANO-FORTE ESTABLISHMENT. , ; Nor 4=37 Broome St., ' , _,'t NEW YORK. THE _subscriber respectfully invites the attention of his friends and the public generally to his Piano-Forte Establishment, at No. 427 Bioome street, corner of Crosby street; Having withdrawn his interest, stock and materials from the late firm of " lighte & Bradburys," which firm was dissolved on the 31st January, ult., and having purchased the entire stock of Piano_^Fortes and Piano-Forte Material, owned by his brother, Edward G. Bradbury, in tbe said firm, he is now-prepared to supply the increased demand for his celebrated Piano-Fortes. Enapldying'tho most skillful and experienced workmen, with a large stock .of the best and most thoroughly seasoned material, and an abundance of capital, he has taken in band the personal supervision of the whole business of manufacturing his instruments, and'is enabled to turn put Piano-Fortes of unequalled tone and dwableness: BRADBURY'S ...

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

Special _Notices Fuknishino Dbfabtukmi of thb Abuti—The cheap dry goods ho'iee of C. h. Bowman, (corner of Front and Market streets,) is the place for ' the returned nine months' soldiers and-'citizens generally, 'to purchase dry goods cheap. " " h»v9 token over on the 1st of _ApriJ the W«. <*£ goods bdught of Mr. Boger, to ojjjc balance _*. _S_^e_. we wi]|> continue to sell the own store, v -v_^ y _|ow prices, nntil the whole balance left at v *^se goc4s are ._» are sold. Among i. s, _^ aine and cal_|co; }£, 1,000 yards Temnanu,, 18and20cents: . ¦ , _- . _wA othei dress 500 yards remnants, lawns goods, 16, 18 and._20 cents. < -.d 26 cents. 200 yards of •barege'and lustre, 20 _oa_. d 2o • l, (»0 yards of* linen crash, 16,18 •** - 100 yaTds of brown and grey cloth for sux^* mer coats. _41,000 yweds of linen,- cotton and w_^pol pan ts stuft, cheap. " _. ''' \. _' 800 _dossen of the very best spool cotton, wnite and'_colorttd. - t I a kj 1.000 papers df _...

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

THB STKAMSIIlPGrREAT J_^_ASTERlN WALTER PATON, Commander. TTTITT 1 J! *V_«J \ai iL.li be aispatcnea FROM _LIVERPOOL. FKOM NEW TOBK. Saturday...... May 16 Saturday June 6 Tuesday......June 30 Tuesday July 21 And at " the same regular intervals thereafter. First cibin from. $95 to $_H6 Second cabin .; .._;..:........ $T0 Excursion Tickets out and back; Tn the first and second cabin only, a fare and a half. Servants accompanying passengers and children under twelve years of age half fare. Infants free.l Third cabin /-; _' . $60 Steerage, with superior accommodations.. .$30 All fares payable in Gold, or ite equivalent in U, S. currency. , _ Each passenger allowed twenty cubic feet of luggage. . ,: '¦ . .- • An experienced Surgeon on board. For passage apply to CHARLES A. WHITNEY, At the Office, 26 Broadway, New York. For freight apply, to Howland & AspmwAix, Agents, mr_!8-dtje9] 64 South _st., New York.

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

_ftem CliiTjffUsemfiitsj. .- i • :. ._'. A l " . - . . - . .- i. - . :•.,.• ¦ bUiii'S, ILSLLIi'b t;i..-] GHUYK STEEN'S. MELODEONS, &c, by _PUINCE_, THg&T & LINSLET. _iTIOLINS, GUITABS, FLUTES, FIFES, AC-• OOBDEONS, DRUMS?, &c. Sheet Music sent by mail to any place. ?_:CTURE FRAMES, ALBUMS and LOOKING GLASSES. Howe's Sewing Machines, &c, at the Music Store of SILAS WARD, No. 12 North Third Street, above Market. aiigl4-dly

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

miBullantms IN S U R A NO E Marine, Fire and Inland _TransporiatioD, Central Agency at Harrleburg, Pa., of the msiTRANCE COMPANY 0? NORTH AMERICA OF PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated 1794—Charter perpetual. Capital and Assets $1,200 000 DIRECTORS. Arthur Ch Coffin, Samuel W. Jones, John A. Brown, Samuel T, Smith, Charles Taylor _^ Ambrose White, John B. Ne_$ fiichard D. Wood, William Welsh, William E. Bowen, James N. Dickerison, & Morris Wain, John Mason, Qeo. L. Harrison, FranoU R. Cope, Edward H. Trotter, Edward a Clarke. ¦¦ - * • ARTHUR G. COFFIN , President. CHARLES PLATf. _Secratary. b a sji • _OpMIOAL WHTING FLUID, MANDTAOTUBKD BT XH* A«""»ai> IhK COMPABT, _BoraHAKFTos, N. Y. SEE what judges of ink in our city say: ' 1 •; ';- : - '-_^ v-1 - •¦ ¦ • . - • _- _. We the undersigned having nsed Boss BrO.'_s Chemical Writing-Fluidjconsider it a wperior article and heartily recommend -ite use to. the public: J. Q, Young, _Pro_^hpnotary, Dauphin county. _S. K-^^er ,_...

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

ID. tD. <$_ro0» & _®o D. W. GROSS & UO., WHOLESALE AND BETAIL DRUGGISTS, NO. 19 MARKET STREET, HABBI8BUBG, FA. DRDGGISTS_, _PHY&ICIANS, STOBJBKEEPERS _AJEJl) CP_^SUMBBS. We are daily adding to our _aasortnient of goods all such . articled as are desirable, and would respectfully call your; attention to thtf largest and best _selected stock in this city, of DRUGS, _CEEMIOALS & PAINTS _ils_, Tarnishes and _Glues_^_n . ' - - • Dye_^fi_^_i QlaaB «|d _ijortyr • ; _ArtJsfs Colors and Tools, ' ; ¦ ; " .. ' , ,_^ Pdri&tqv_$A _tyte* * BurnlDg Fluid and Alcohol, ' Lard, Sperm and Sine Oils,, • ; ' Bbttlei, Vials and Lamp Globes, ; ;: * .. •. , .. '¦ ' - ' " _' *»•» • ¦ ' _*_& * ' , . * ' _fai '' . *»•; i *°_« ' :. ¦ . With a general yariety of, _PJBEFDMEaY 4; _TOftlT _ABMCLBS _selected from the best manufactures and Per-- ..._» ^—fwnewof Earope-andithiflcpuntrjj._i Being very \_sfj£e _ieaieii% _^ biTnrni ¦WTnflT'iF TVkT\ " : ' '...

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

Mxsctiiamons : _TOILET _BRUSHES, _STOVERY description or class of ' Toilet Bru&hes, JOj and each class in great variety of style, quality and price. ' _i . We can furnish almost any article of Toilet Brush from common to extra, fiue, at a very reasonable price. r The following list comprises our stock ;of c .c _ods of this line now in store : HAtB BRUSHES.—For ladies, for gentleineii, for infants, for barbers, for soldiers, narrow for curling, short handles, buffalo backs, inlaid, very hard, and very.- ; Soft. ¦()¦ U_^y, ' '• i • CLOTH BBTJSHES.—Handled, fine ._R _re_^xch common, roach back, _tourists, or soldiers', ». dogrobt. ; . -, . HAT BBUSHES.—Fine f B_>enchy ordinary, tour-, : • ;. _lsts' . ¦- " ¦ ' - ' -i ¦ BONNET BRUSHES.~I)og-root, brooni /Corn; VELVET BRUSHES.—French sprigs, corn-, ¦ , ¦ dog-root. ' ., ,, ' -¦\t- . _-l - ¦¦ • -• ¦ SHAVING BRUSHES.—Buffalo horh,_jO_£Bwqod _handlea _._/ Of badger hair and biifiileSj com mon, metal, and screw handles. ...

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

Scfttuff _^_acus NWUOI.S & B(»_H M,' , WHOl-T'SALE _AND BETA " G U _O(J £ il . COBJ18K _OF _TEOKT _AKP MARKtT ?i'£:._FTT. ; _RISBUBO, PENS A. OWING 'O _tVe _bmm !. of our b'uinesr, have etii-j-ged and improved onr , . , ropin and respectfully invite the _attention tte public to >ur ext««-_iw« ¦»««* *ell "ale-.t atnrlc nlf fiROCERIKS, _PROVISIONS, P0EE1GJI AM) l)ij BKSTIC _PBjyjS, CEDAR _ASD WILLOW WARE. We _offcir for sale STEWAUTS & LOVEBIN'S CHOICE _SYRUv CHOICE SYBUPS AND MOLASSES, of all _kiod WHITE AND BCOWN SUGARS, GREENLAND BLACK TEA. COFFEE, sliCES, and FLAVOB1NG EXTRAC f We keep on hand all kinds of Country hu dnce; also, FLOOB, FJSH, SALT, HAMS, LARD, &c. We call attention to our large etock'of 6_up.: NON EXPLO8IVB COAL. OIL, _trae<jU»_Hed in every respect b_? any in the _n ket, together with all kinds ot COAL OIL LAMPS, SHADES, BUBH_?: and CHIMNEYS. QUEESSWABE AHD GL._^SSWAR of gy* ry _style, always on hand. NICHOLS &amp...

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

_Korthern Central Eailway I _SUMkjSE TIME TABLE. THBEE TRAINS DAILY; TO ASD ntOM _^ j_£1 Tj_^XJ_^ O 12/ _S. Connections made with trains on PennBlyvaaia Railroad , to and from _Pittsbnrg and the West. TWO TRAINS DAILY to and from the North and West Branch Suiquehanna. Elmira, and all of Northern New/_J_^k. i J " ON and, after MONDAYAPRIL SOtb 1863, th_^ajssengerTraias of the Northern Central Railway will arrive at ' and. depart from Harrisburg and _Baltimore as follows, vis: B,_OUXfWABD. MAIL TRAIN leavWSunbury daily *~ ' (except Sunday).. 1O;10 A.M • * _feive^'_BatKsDarg.. f._fs P. M " arrives at Baltimore 6.85 P. M _EXPRESS TBAIN leaves _Suribory i _- _^ W daily (except Qunday) :.::_!. 11.07 P. M " leaves Harrisburg (except Monday),. 2.00 A. M " arrives at Baltimore , , J _, daily (except Mon-1;d_^_yi ,...., ,. 6.15A. M HABRJSPURG _ACCOMMODATION _L _leaves HarriBburg 6.S0 A. M •n "p _i_<p xt nr A n Tk v _, _, *'r " A ' LA W A aJU , MATL-T_^_AI _irieaves BalUmoreda...

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

tints of _traittl Pennsylvania Rail lioad ASMER TIME TA3_j FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FROM PHILADELPHIA. OH AM> A1TBR ¦ . MONDAY, APRIL 20th, 1868, 'T?HB Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania _JL Railroad Company will depart from and arrive at Harriflburg and Philadelphia as fol- EASTWARD. THBOGGH EXPRESS TBAIN leaves Harrisburg daily at 2.00 a. m,r and arrives at West Philadelphia at ftlO a. m. FAST LINE leaves _Harrisburg daily (except Monday) at 6.45 a. _wi., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.55 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 12.26 p. m. FAST MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sunday) at 1.00 p. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6 00 p. m.- - HARRISBUBG-ACCOMMODATION TBAIN, via Colombia, leaves Harrisburg at 4.00 . p. m., and _arrives at West Philadelphia at '9.80 p. m. , , WESTWARD ; ' BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisbur...

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

_JjMj_^JU_^BB_^_ii ¦riBMBfHBBiBBBB _Prr_^t_^ _^ fit AIR LINE ROUTS >;_iBjri|B&ti& BA1LI TO KXW YORK, » ' PHILADELPHIA, ON AND AF1EB MONDAY, APRIL 20tb, 1862, the Passenger TrainB will leave the Philadelphia, and Beadmg Bailroad Depot, at HarriBburg, fot New York and Philadelphia, as follows, via i EASTWARD. EXPRESS LINE leaves Harrisburg at 2.15 A. M., on arrival of ! the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train froxn' the West, arriving in New Yotk at 9.yo A.*M., and at Philadelphia at 8.20 A. M. % Steeping car is attached .to the train through'from Pittsburg wittiout&harige,, MAIL TKAIN _leavee HarriflbQr_^_b48.<»-Ar M., arriying.in New York at 6.30 P. M.. an_* PblladelphJa at 1.50 P. M. FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg at 2,00 P. M., arriving m_.New _' _Yorfc atllK2> 1 M|5and Philadelphia at 7.00 P. M. _^V 'v 'f _^K' _WESTWARD. , ' _^ PAST LINE leavee New York at 6.00 A. M _" and Philadelphia at 8.15 A. Mi,, arriving a Harrisburg at 1....

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

FREIGHT REDUCED HOWARD & HOPE EXPBESS OO.'S SBORTI UK _illl TO AND FROM NEWYOfil, 1, —__ • f Goods _Ordered in the c_^9ffl|gai«? tlu-ned the aarae Night - :_2j_ ¦ • A Leave New York at 71_JP. M.t by the Fast Through Express Train, atrivihg in Harriflburg at3AtJC'Y oJ "J _- -'- " .1 '/ .7 ',_*. _WttHbTJT 0_BMGE OP OA_^S, Order Goods marked via _kOPE EXPBESS CO_n General-Office, 162 Broadway, New York For _further information enquire of _> _QBOvoBEBGBTKB, _Agenii Kinimnnfl. Ana. 1861 -dif PRIME NO. 1 MA0KEBELr in _kitta/_frc X' family use. just received and for _«ale b 'y_^-' _ju _^ wM.Docs . ji.; * _<3r _^

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

£,\ntB _fif _®Ii_'._3£it 1862. winter 1863 ARRANGEMENT! CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND FRANKLIN RAIL&OADS. /pHANGE OF HOUBS:—On and after Mon-\J day, November 17,1862, Passenger Trains will run daily, as follows, (Sundays excepted): For Chambenbnrff and _Harrisborg: A. M. P. M. Leave Hagerstown 7.00 2.461 " Greencastle. 7.37 8.86 { Arriveat. 8.17 4.20 —t*t—Leave at.. 8.30 12:66 Leaves _bhippensburg 9.00 1.28 - *.* Newville... ..i...... .£9.82 2.00 " Carlisle.-.:- - . . .I-..... ..10.10 2.42 " Mechanicsburg 10.42 8.12 Arrive at Harrisborg........ .11.15 ' 8.40 For _Chambernbur _ff and Hasrentown: ¦¦ •• ^¦•- • ¦• ; A.: M. - ¦ -" ¦ * .«_. - LeaveHarrisburg 8.05 1.35 " _" Mechahicsburg .. .. 8.47 2.15 »« Carlisle............... 9.21 2.66 «¦" NewvUle._;............10.02 829 " Shippensburg 10.88 4*00 Arrive at Chamberbburg...... 11.00 4.30 Leave Chambersburg. ..11.10 4.40 " Greencastle. ......11.66 5.80 Arrive at Hagerstown........ .12.36 6.10 ^*~ M aking close connections at Harri...

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

1863. 1863 PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL- RQAD. _nPHlS great line traverses the Northern and J. Northwest counties of Pennsylvania io the ciiy of Erie, on Lake Erie. It has _jteen leased b£ ttie _fiennn/tomia _^ Baitroad Cmpantf_, and under their'auspices is being rapidly opened throughout its _entirellength. It is now in use for Passenger aaWFrtiight business _froxay Harrisburg to Driftwood; - (2d Fork,)_-(177 miles) en the Eastern Division, tuft frbnvSheffield to Erie, (78 miles,) on the Western Division. ma or _PAssnaiE tbaims at _eabjubbueq. Mail Train leaves North _^ 1.16 iA. M, ' Express Train leaves North....... 8.00 _jA _^ /M. Care run through without _ohahqi both' ways on these trahis between Philadelphia and > Lock Haven; _antfbetween Baltimore and I ock Haven. Elegant Sleeping cars on the _Express train both ways. * > For information respecting Passenger business apply at the S. E. Cor. 11th and Market streets. And for Freight business of the Company's ...

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

READING HAILROAD SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. {^\ BEAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE NORTH vXand Northwest for Philadelphia, New York, Reading, PottBville, Lebanon, Allentown, Easj ton, &c., &o.. . < ->¦ •-«»-., . i York, Beading; _Pottaville, and all _intermediate stations, at'8.00 A . M., and 2:00 P. M. -, i New York Express leaves Harrisburg, at 2.16 A. M., arriving at New York at 9.15 the same morning. ¦ .-, ... .. , _, ' , I , Fares from tHarrisburg: To New York $& 16; to Philadelphia S3 35 and $2 80. Baggttge ohecked through. _; _Betorning, leave New York at 6 A. M; , 12 Noon_. _aud 7 P. M., (_Pittaborg Express.) Leave Philadelphia at 8.16 A. M., and 3.30 P. MJ ' Sleeping cars in the New York Express Trahis, through to and from Pittsburg without change. Passengers by the _Oatavrigsa Railroad feave Tamaqua at 8.60 A.M., and 2.15 ' P.M., for Phil adelphla_, New York, and all Way Points. ' Trains leave Pottsville at 9.16 A. M., and 2.80 P. M., for Philade...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

_iutmtaL HA S discovered t_^_most ' c_^ttsgn/_speedy.ani effectual remedies in the _vyorld for _>DI8EAaBSs 0JI_^PJapflENCB. BELIES IH JBIX ,TO _1WKLVK _HOCBS. NO MEROTBf <)B' NOXIOUS DRUGS. A Owe IP<_9fw8<5_#8>83_fe Chggti *» from One jU _^_aine_^8 & "fee7 B&ftp_^flfe»»tlong>:of tl« Kjdneyjs' _lldSft_^_F aBJLaddejr_^_YjEnyolnntary d_» chorees, Impotency, Qeneral _^Debility, Narvousnesi; _^Dyspepsia, _^LaBgubr_^ iLow;?Spja_?_fe_, ConfiiBion of Ideas, Palpitatioa of tht Ik ar%, Timidity, . TremblingsDimness Qf i SigW or Giddiness, Disease of _^ he Head, Thro&tj Nr.se.or Skin. Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Strmfthh or1 "BoWfila_^-thoflft terrible disordlre | ' arising from the Solitary Habits,of _JtpatbH those- secret «_tx£ _Solitarjt p_^scticesmore;|a_^al (to tbeir_^vd cti ms >tjb[f|n the _gppg ot SyrensJ lotihe _^d grjojers-of _stJly_^es_, _flighting _theit "most bol liant b_,opes 01 _ahtuiipStionB, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

. ' PfiOM _WASHINGTONi ¦—'t> LlfEB FBOH GINXEiL BANK'S 1RMI. _. . * Offloial_, Beport of the Capture of • • Alexandria. i_^ .„ • 1_' Washington , May 20. 'Iheiollowifig hati been _rtoeivtd _^t the _^iavy Department: T _F&ACkSttieGcHBBAL PftlCB, I below Warrmgton, May 14 [ To Bon. _Gidepn WtUetj Stttetaty of the Navy : I have the honor totiufo*a*'jwutLuu 1. _rrived off the mouth-of (tie-Bed river on the _muruiug of the 4th, aud on _tfce 6hitook _posdtssioa of Fort DttRassey, abuttt eight _y miles lrotn itu mouthl Ou thtt«_Veouig ot the _QfM _^ Wok _^odtitealoa of the cityjo_^AlcXandru.withoui reaist-»_"<»• " > - > ._/_, u-. .Jt ii:., ' . .. . GettexaL Banks _arrived, a_^A_^x_«ndru on the evening 6f the 7th, *_ud I turned tha . city over •to him, ' a, (i i, "" ' .:. (_Sigoed) —»DkAVID D. P0BTEB, "* >: _J_=_' : _'" ' _^EfewMAcuniral OonjoiauUin-. ' —'; ¦ 1—j » —r_~.— War News from _Tennessee and _Kentuclcy , f _CiScdikati May 20. " A rumor i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

HARRISBTJKG, PA. POST OFFICE. J Departure and _ArriVal of the _Wl_^ * On and ' after Monday, April 20ih, 1868j the mails will close as follows: " ] - NOBTHERN CENTRAL _KAltBOAD.j f NORTH.—Wax 3jAttr-For _^ _aU: , I places between Harris- ' a _, _^ >«i burg-, SkddJiOQkjHaven, andKimira-, N. Y.,at.. 12 M. _< _: Foe Lock Haven, Wil- ' r 1 _liamfport a»4- . Lewis- _^ • burg, j „.. _<mx. ' j._;.,.. 41. "9 ! _^M* SOUTH, —W_^_x MA»_fef!px _ap ,: * - . places between Harrjfl-( purg _» andj _jBajUnjup_^e, < . Md _^ andW«_9hiMtonfc ,f ¦ -_^ i D.C _. at .7. ; . 12 JM_^ ; ' _-'EKBAW3_N _ViUJLEY_._EAILBOAD. • ' EA_#T.—Wit MAtt-XFor all _w places _beiwcWn _Barrio ¦ - ; _larV_.'Easfon _arid Philadelphia, viaSeatma. I « 7 _k. M. ' Fot Beaafog'antt ' Potts- ' P ' _t ville..,.' 12.80_^. M 'c I PENNSYLYANJA.B4ILBO_^D. ' I W_^t_^_Mab_^-Fot all ) 1 • _plaeea between- Harris- j ' " • burg and Philadelphia, 6,30;A. M. ; ; 'For Philadelphia! and> , _| .. Lanca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

: I PEXEttEft'S DAILY LINE 4 ¦-¦ _BEWiEBBt _PHILADELPHIA, ; lioet Haven, Jersey Shore, Williamsport, Mna-< cy,; _Uiiiontowfl, _Wdtuntown, Milton, ' ! > _iewishnrg, Northumberland, Son-1 bury, Tmerton, fieorgtlown, T _, Lykenstown, _Millersburg, 1 j / _^ _^mM'mi_^1 ,; •_N_,"f.ND _HARRISBURGr. 1 _> ' Ih _' ePhilaSelDhiaDeddt_'beinK centrally located _xtitw _^lbrjrrtt0enunts \ . 4hejdrayage _wjil be at the lowest rates. The Conductor goes through" with 'each train to attend Vo the aafe _delivery of all goods _latru_^tr_^d to, the Hoe.' Goodtiitlelivered at the depot oi FREED, W4RD& FREEp, 911 M arket street/ Philadelphia, by , 5 o'clock P. M., will be deUvered, _ia£Larri8burg the next morning'. | _, Freight aLvs}_V ft_« _Lof_^_ns by Any other _^ ' i'i ." .) '„ f iLiqp. . •it/ _^ £ _»'_*.! *;.<kJQ6EPH _MONTGOMERY, >! '-in < iiPhiladel(ibia_,aBd Beading Depot, ect21-tf] Foot of Market Street, _Harrisburg. "iESTXBXrsiJED 1760.I - S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

S~\F the Old _._WalfoWeriLine_/_ireep&ctfrlly inn \-J forms the public that this _OlADaily _Ttansr _portaiibn tfn&, (the only _Walldwec lyae _uow in existence itftlfu? ciCy_._^id ln successful op sration and prepared' ICo1 carry freight as lo_«, m any dOier ' indivirXaal _linewibetweeh _/.fbdad _ulphia, Harrisbbr_^ tsunburyf_^LewiqbUrg, _Williamsport_, Jersey Shore. lock1 Haven, and all other potato on tbe Northern _Central, Philadelphia and Erie_, and _Wiiliameport and _Elmira Bailroadsl *> DAJt\'L. At MUENCH, Agent, " • ' ? ) io & ) ;, _, Harrisburg, Pa. Goods sent tor Ha, _Warehouse of (Messrs. Peacock, Z_«ll & Hinchman, Nos. 808 and 810 Maiktit'Btrfeet, above E_«hth, Philadelphia, by 4 o'clock_^ b. v_.'i will ajfav,eat Harrisburg, ready ibil-deliveryi next .morning.. . _> [ap3f-rdmyl _wi , j EOil SALE,,' ' J _^ir \A _BTJSHELS_^prime _Pdtatoes. •> XiX/\J 200 LBS. _Buckwheat Flour. ; c ' '' _Sdp1 _bblsl1 Prime New Yo&amp...

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