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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

Be _gnife _CtlcgrapJ_* l_^Ktl'rTcE ~ T A ' v " ii RT1SERS—All Adirertlsemeats Uusin_«_s Notices, Mar. _rtaees, Death-. _A<'-, to secure insertion In the TBliKiawvi'ii, must invariably _*_# «.cc«>mi»ani_» .» _i* «_th the CASH. _?.Y_^d i,1 ,.tiK._nietiii» oulered in the regular ' _$JEkiiing Bditina aie inserted in the _ttjJSbrning Kdli'«'»» _without extra charge. fy H ABBlbBUBG, PA . .... |BF' Monday Evening, May 25, 1863-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

Suddkn Dxatb in _THi Cars.—On Friday morning last on the express train of the P. Ft. W. & C. R. R running west from _Pittsburg, an old gentleman 'rom Lebanon county, named John Witmer, fell dead from disease of the _heirt, in tbe private apartment of the car, between Loudonv lie and Mansfield. HU remains were taken off at the Mansfield Junction, a _dbran pre pared, and his son, who was with him, started en the return home with his remains the same day. -The deceased was goiDg to visit two sons who resided there. He wab a respectable citizen of Lebanon county, in the seventy-ninth year of his age.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

L, AUDITQR'S NO_^gJB. T*N Itho flrphans*^urt for ihe _Gounty of Dau-X phin: In the matter of the settlement of Heniy. HolliDgsworth, administrator of the estate of Augustus F. Strickler, late of thetown_^ ship of Swatara_^a said county, deceased. "The _apditorpkp_^oin|_pd by_^the _eaid_, court to make distribiuion, amongst creditors * of rthe balance in _the bauds of the accountant, will attend to the duties of h\_s _appointment on Thursday, 'the 11th day of June, 1863, at 10 o'clock, a.m., at hia office, on North Third street, adjoining the National&telegrap ' h Office, in _tbSclty.o_^H _arris box&fWbenisnd _wherp all parties iq_^_rested 'maySattend 'ir they see proper. ' , _,» .; _^ , '. ROB'T SNODQBASS, Auditor. Harrisburg, a/Lay 18s , 1863.—d3t oaw_|

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

_ADMINISTRATORS _NOTION. \ NOTICEUiglliereby'givfen that letters of ad» ministration dc bonus nan were issued to _theeubscriber. on '(he estate of George _Hammqn, lateofthe pity of HatruborgDauphin countyp deceased_^ €_^_3_O:reditors of said estate will pre-1 seut their claims,- and those indebted make immediate payment. JACOB SHELL, iay6-doa _- w6w_" Administrator d« _Wnw «_o«. ,4& aooa ._u - . .i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

ADMINISTRATOR'S _NOTJCE. "VTOTIOK is hereby gi_^en, that letters of ad-J _*i ministration were this day issued to the subscriber on the estate of Charles B. Hummel, late of tbe city of Harrisburg, Dauphin county decid_?. All cr " e4_itors of _sajd _eft_^te will present their claims, and those indebted make immediate payment. AUGUSTUS L. CHAYNE, i m?21-doaw6t° Administrator.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

£toerial aiotttts A _Ms|iANaE.—The defeat of the French in Mexico seems to go hand in hand'with the defeat ofethe_^_rpbels.in the Sout _^ hj _^ and we have it from' undoubted authority th ' at Jeff. Davis will, not make a General of Yallandigham ; and we speak officially in saying that the cheap Dry. Goods House of C. L. Bowman is on the corner of Front and MarKetstreiets. ..-.. m25-2t

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

W. m _O&rosf _& €0 D. W. GROSS & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS NO. 19 MARKET STREET, HARRIS BURG, PA. DRUGGISTS. PHYSICIANS, STORK KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS. We are daily adding to )our assortment of goods all such articles as are desirable, and would respectfully calf your attention to the largest and best se _l ected stock in this city, of DEUGS , CHEMICALS & PAINTS ils, Tarnishes arid Glues, _|, _^I_^ye-Stuns, Glass arid PuttyV , .v ,. .;;. Artist's Colors and Tools, . , . _- Pore Ground Spices, Burning Fluid and Alcohol, Lard, Sperm and Pine Oils, _Bottlei, _Yials and Lamp Globes, v OaatileSosp, _Spongee and Corks, With * general variety of ¦ ..L ¦ ' s; (i - - ;(P|^_lPpMfiRY & T OILET ABTIO_^_ES _aeie_^_edjfrom/_tTSe best _naanufactures and Per->fumers'6f Europe ' and this country. Being very. la«ge dealers in PAn_^ wh_1t| _i lead,: ¦ LIN8BED OILy VARNISHES, ; V _^^prdb_^ _Giiss, _astibtIs ' jo •• .'i. <DOLOBS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

mm: ¦}"" - 18_^3. PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE ' RA1L-.. . ; ¦¦ ::¦ _,;, ¦ _» » ; _; ¦ /¦;. ._; rnpiS great line traverses tlie _Northenji and X Northwest counties of _Pennsyifvania o the dty _' of_'BrieV'on_/ Li' kefllrieV_^ li: "'¦>!¦ - '"" .-"It has been leasedlbytheFrnmtykania SofnoiiMnif(_ffiy,\«aA _aigler their _fur a|pesj_^ bejbgra pidly, ppened throughout its entire _lenj th. " it IS DOW ill 1X99 101* ' ¦FfwB_^H'_^ff _ffi* _'mOff B_^ '61ffll business from1 _Barrlsburg _l to_^Driftwood 72d Fork,) (177 miles) en the Eastern Dhisioiu and from Sjhe&ield to Erie, (78_milee,) <n % Western Division. _^ _HHOf O_^_PASB»QIQ^|r»AIM AI _HABSffiBBBO. Mail Train leaves North...... _^.._^ 14,6 A. M. Express Train leaves _Norfli..:.... 8.00 A. M. Cars ' run thro_'ngh _wifrHoM 6_£ahq» _botl 1 ways oa _Weee _traina b_«twe«i _PbJladelpbi* andf Lock Havefi, and betw«_eniBaltimorQMKi I ock Haven. _^'Elegant Sleeping cars on the Express train both ways. ¦--. ¦¦ «¦ _&,,_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

GREAT DISCOVERT! KUNEEL'S _i BITTEB WINE OF IEON, and for all cases requiring s Tonic. '¦ and This Wine includes the most agreeable efficient Salt of Iron we possess ; Citrate of Magn atic Oxide combined, with the most energetic of vegetable tonics, Yellow " Peruvian _Bjurk Ihe effect in many cases of debility, loss of appetite, and general, prostration, of an efficient Salt ofLeon, combined witb_^r v aluable _Nery© Tonic, is most happy. £ _Itaagmenta ' th_^ appetite, raises the pulse, takes off 'naUflculaT-flabbi ness, removes the palor of _debiUtypand_^ves a florid vigor to the countenance. < . Do you want something to strengthen you? Do you want a good appetite! Do you want to build up your constitution? Do you want to feel WeU? ¦ _' ¦• ' \ Do you wacnt to * get rid of nervousness ?. Do yon want energy I \ _, Do you want 16 sleep well? ' -! ¦ j Do you want a brisk and vigorbuB feeling ? _iTyotfao, try , * ' :-_^-.- _,_• ¦ -.>.. KVNKEL'8 BITTER WlNEOE'MiNI This...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

_Morlibern _Gented Railway I SUMipi| TIME TABL|_1_, ' -; ''THREBTRAtCNS DAILY- ' ;, ' '. ; :i 11 . . Tip _ahd ROM * ¦ . '' , _ , ; b j*lXs *t i 3_sdi p _K_^_ia ' . : ( '"_>_- .; ' • ¦ ¦' add ;• _- , '»; . .;¦ . ' .:. . Washington City. ; " ! Connections, made with tralnj? on _Pehnfllyv_*_- nia Railroad,'to and from _PittebHrg and thQ; ' :_< _TWaTRiJH_^ADLY to an^^pm _tfiei _Notth and West _Branch _Susquehannsj_, Elmiia, an_^all of Northern New,-York.i ( _V v i 7 _j _^ ' • '¦ ON Jrid-i*ftfc MONDAY, APRIL _^Otn " 1863;>tihePa88enger Trains of the,Northern _Central' Railway will arrive at and depart from _Harrisbirg arid Baltimore as follows, via; :j _r _t SOUTH W A_*_Dy - MAliiTBAQtieaves Sanbttty'Aai_^ _^; _' , V _' (exoept SuMay).. 10.10 A.M. •' i . : leaves _Hartisbtirg:. i:i6 P.'St. !' arrives at BalMore 6:85 P. M. _BXPKfiSS.TRApi leaves _Sunfetof T • ' dally (except guh- : A >_WAJ^|.._ilI.07 P. M " ! 1'_eaveB Harrisburg_^ ' _" ' ¦ - _'; , ;^ except...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

CtittI Of _^_TttDtL Pennsylvania Rail Road! Summer Time Table. _PIVi5 lilAlNS DAILY TO AND FROM PHILADELPHIA. ON AND. AITHE MONDAY, APRIL 20th, 18€8, 'PHB Passenger Trains of the Peonsylvania JL Railroad Company will depart from ;*nd arrive at Harrisburg and Philadelphia as follows: _EASTWARD. THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily at 2.00 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.10 a. m. : FAST LINK leaves _Harrlsburg dally (except'Monday) at 6.46 a. in., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.65 a. m. Passengers take breakfast _at Lancaster. _< : ' a 'WAY ACCOMMODATION, via Motiint, ;Joy, leavesHarriBburgsit700ft. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia:at 12.26 p. m. _FASTiMATL TB&IN leaves Harrisburg dally (except Sunday) at'1.00 p. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5]00 :p. m. HARB1SBDRG _ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Columbia, leaves Harrisburg,at,4-00p. m., and _arrives at West PbJUadelpbia at 9.30 p. m. ' ¦t ..-.-. .<> ; ?.: , _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

Tin and Sheet Iron Waj» _Hamrfacturer Btovee _tof_^he _best_^ariu&ctnSes.Gutter Spouting_^b Roofing and _Galvanised, ..Iqui _jCefujsJbu , nanujactured and puLup-atjreasoiiableW_^M. Gold Peas! Gold Pi ins! ' _^ ' _^ Wi _AMl^^^if&iSi ¦ _*_% -_" * A NOtEEBnewaa_^rtmentoflhe '_^el k' nowri' A. _^ _NeP_^en _^b_^all _Bfa_^, ^^ _._^_g_, Bilveror _golditiolderB , _^aveiiost'Oasn. ' _emlvtiw ai4hefi«ntiuitflHBAB _BQo_£_^BJ_|, $ _™ •w_^ -., M'llafieisSlat ; Hanfaburg, Deo., 1868* _' ' *wfc ! l _*_& _' _^ _»WA_»R3A:Ni_5ii_©i mi™ * _Hasbeen 1j bperioiat_^^_n >v! ol&a? 1 u> and P_^^hgiWgen_^n_^ nea_^_jind _^ ex_^_eSSI* _5_OrMflra8 _StlSAB_^i-Veiy _iik»>n _lbf _^ _^_ra_^ _fttf_^ _ffi_^ sy_^p _U^^^_X_^_S '" «j>«_i 0_.ISa_^oflca _A_*mm%L •*_mhw _« ; _,Qp_?, Front and,M»rW«f _h_3J*_ _~ aril- _Ckw. ftontanisftuto Ht»_i*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

NEW UK LhYK ROUTE. ink.I , i..(5..-. _j> , ju_^ riBfll _TBlilS DAILY • TO 1_T1W' TORK_, {\_$L _#JSWU APTBB _^^^ APRIL * V_/ _^ 2_wh, I§0_* the PassengefTraitifl1 wil l leave thePjilJ_^igMa and Reading' Railroad _Depots a_^Harrab_^urg_^rNew York and Philade lphia, _EXPEEcJS_.LIWE leaves _flarrigburg at 2.16 AiiMwyOn arri»l of * the _PennByjvan_^jRailroad BxpreefltTrainVfrom the Westj_._atrlying, in New lYodt at 9jji0vA. M., and _. _aC PHjadelphia at 8.20_A. Me iABleepbig car is attached to the xtfMnthrough'irom PittBbarg|withqufcchange. _MAILiTSAIN loaves H_^risttrng _^ 8.00 A, m> , arriving in New York,at 6.80 P. M,, a_«d PhilWlelj*iaiat 1.60, P.M. J y vFA8TiiS_3E,leaves Harrisburg at 2.00 P. .Mi. arriving, _ialfew York, at _^0.26 P. M., and Phil--_^_SafiftWitoL , ¦ ,: ' _^_FAfiT LmB'leaves New York at 6.00 A. M., and Philadelphia at 8.16 A. M., _arriving, a !flarirfBbu_^at4ul6iRJM. :' ., „ , tJ ' '1_^ * ,MAIi*'CaAlWJeaseB _%wYorkatl2.00noon, and'Philadel phia at 3.8...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

PORTFOUOB •-[; , FOR _BptiDtEJRS ! WHOLESALE OR RETAIL. ' _, -11 /1 a d j . 11. a / i;.., 7/ T-iAT-iPBIOES "pBOBABLYLESfithan can_^ow_/ be_^nrchas-JL ed_._elsewJiBre. >: . ,;*, _M \_,J SOLDIERS look _.tojrpur _Invests, and call or send to E _^ ELLER'S :> JE_^rug Stoxi_9,2_»l _JiajEkefe _Sfceet, fort a Writing ; : iF,olio. To _dealexfewjfihjng to; bjiy- _ojftjt_, the lot - —we-will offer;;—- _^ 7 7—- '- |ao22 PURE _CAtlFORNI_^ WIEfE8 _: .-•_"•ii:{i ---itJfifi ij_^iq^^«Bl! _^ v _^ATjgOlt_|gIA.;<_ANfFg _4_y_4 B_®_fE, CALIFORNIA. _MCWLtbLwSrE , CALIFORNIA _ijGtBAEBiJBfiAiNDy. The attenfion _offlmvatids Js_^particttlarly call-^ed _Wtheset; winfea.: _Mey are equal to the best European _Jwfaies , afid guarantei>_dui>oxe. For Bale, at KELLER' B DBUG-8T0RE, oct26 _^ { _^ _~ Xi- 'MOSIIMiUuBt'_St ¦ _^A _" _.s_^_#|^_ttii; ._^T (_rp Y ¦ \<i auis tot aaci !'.w •,, , ":,\ ; _at_^it_^i - ¦ -_»l .lO-.n'rgfii ML Btowbr Ltioii, svi~_*n _IrOBTSOra*—¦ _~ " ¦ _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

Jtfoauancaiif_. TbfLBT _^ BRUSHBS f ._^VEBY _deacriptioa or ass To ile t Brushes, JEj and each class In great variety of style, quality and price. We can furnish almost any article of Toilet Brush from common to extra_ fine, at a very reasonable price. . The following list comprises our stock of _trt _oUb of this line now in store : HAIB BBUSHES.—For ladies, for gentlemen, tor infants, for barbers, for soldiers narrow for curling, short handles, buffalo backs, inlaid, very hard, and very ¦ oft. CLOTH BRU SHES.—Handled, flue French, common, roach back, tourists, or soldiers', dogroot.. HAT BRUSHES.—Fine Frenoh, ordinary, tour-¦¦ . ' . _tota'.. ... BONNET BRU8HE8.—Dog-root, broom oorn. VELVET BRUSHES.—French sprigs, corn, dog-root. . SHAVING BRUSHES.—BuflWo horn, rosewood handles, of badger hair and bristles, com mon, metal and screw handles. TOOT? BRU8HES.—American, French .and English, _ivoiy and bnfE handle_^ _Cdiiuble, tourist's in case, badger hair, Russia _7 bristle very...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

_ixntM of _truuH. 186$£ winter 1863 _ARRANGEMENT! CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND FRANKLIN RAIL ROADS. /_CHANGE 07 HOURS.—On and after Mtxn \J day, November 17,1862, Passenger Tralna wil ran daily, as follows, (Sundays _executed): Por _Chamberibnra: and Harriiburtf: A. M. _t.U. Leave Hagerstown 7.00 .2.461 " _Greencastle 7.87 8.$6 i Arrive at. 8.17 4.20 * Leave at.. 8.80 12.66 Leaves _Shlppensburg. 9.00 1.28 " _NewviHe ;{|9.82 2.00 " _GlaxIiBlb._;.-;., ;.10.10 _^42 " MechAhicebarg 10.42 8.12 Arrive at Harrisburg .11.16 8.40 For Chambersburff and _^rentown: For Chambersburtf and Hairenitowii: Leave Harrisburg _».O6 ; 1._^6 ¦' .'_« " Mechanicsburg .8_^47' _2L16 ' " Carlisle.........:..... 8.27 2.66 "\ ' Newville........... i. .10;02 _A8.29 " ' _Shlppehsburg....';.... .10:88 4v«0 Arrive at Chamberbburg...... 11.00 4.80 Leave Chambefebuig........ .1L10 4.40h 11 Greencastle 1L66 6i80 Arrive at _HageWfeiwn..... ...12:36 '6.10 ^*- Making clo&r connections at _Harrisbiixg with trains ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

_Bttfirufff _^ardf N1U110US & BOW.M WHOr.EbA.LE AND RETAIL. ' _GKOOEUs OOMBB _OV raoST AMD _MAKKBT _HT££im, RISBURO, PKHHA.. OWING * o t_^t» _iemsn )e of our _basins have _euiatged and _Imftoved oar loom *od respectfully iavite the _attent the public to <*ur ext_^-} "_- "_*a wall *; . _aterk nf SR0CER1B&, _PROVISIONS, F0EEI6_N AM _imiC I'RUITS, CEDAR AUD WIL WAKB. We _oftjr tor sale STEWAUTS * _LOVEBDT8 CHOICE SYK CHOICE _SYBUPS AND MOLASStof all kiL WHITE AND BROWN SUGAK._^ OBEEN AND BLACK _IEa COFFEE, SPICES, and FLAVORING EXTRA We keep on hand all kinds of Country J uee<; also, FLOUB. _flSH_, SALT, HAMS, , ' LARD, Ac. We all attention to our large _stockfo: NON EXPLOSIVE COAL Oil unequalled in every- respect by any in t»:tkfl_^t, together with all kinds of COAL OIL LAMPS, 8BADES, BURN and CHIMNEYS. _QUSKBSWARE _AHD GLASSWAK of cvtry style, always on baud. UIOHOLS& BOWMAN . a»20 rd-dl6] Cor. Front and MLarkot s-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

R£AIDING WATT.wnAT> SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. _; p\ BEAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE NORTH VXand Northwest for .Philadelphia, New York, Readipg, PottByille, _Jjebanon_, Allentown, _EaeJ ion, so., Ac.* "_*"*' ' i' " ** Trains leave HarriBburg for Philadelphia,New York, Beading, _Pottsville, and all _intermodiaW _sttftidns, at'8.00 A ._*M., and 2.00 P. M& _= .-._JT' ' New. York Express leaves HarriBburg, at 2.16 A;. M_; arriving at New York at 9.16 the same " nitorulDg. ¦ m'^'-- ¦ - ¦ < _* -. ¦ ¦ "; _- .! ¦ '-jV. _'1 - Faresfrom Harrisburg: To New York $616: to' Philadelphia $3 86 and $2 80. Baggage checked through. 'J Returnibg; leave New York at 6 A. M., 12 Noon ' i and 7 P. M._^ (Pittsburg Ex press.) Leave Philadelphia at 8.16 A. M.,*nd 3.30 P. M. T J- Sleeping cars in the New York'Exprass TrainB, through to and from _Httsburg without _change. _PasBengers by the _Catawiasa Raihoad _lpave: Tamaqda at«.6O A. M., and2.15J E.M., for Phil adelphla, New York, and all Way ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

_CollMtioa of PcnsioBi, _Bonnties, Back Pay _:i • and War Gfaims. . Officers' Pay _Btitiai; Mmstei_^_tollBr sad JEe-:_^ crolttDg _AccouDia Made Out. j • _nptHB undersigned,, h_^vi_^g^' been in _tihej em-JL ployment of the tFnited4 State_8 during _ithe last eighteen monthsas _CJirk in- the.Mmstor ing and- _Disburaing Office, nod. Office orflnperfautendenr_._pt Recruiting _Service of PennsVlva nia, _respectfuuy _informs the _^ jpublio that n_» Ins opened ah office in 'br _Vabut _Tir.KaiAPH _BoDding 101 the parpotjc of colleoting ] PensionB_, BbuntieBj Back Pay _aRd_. _War P14ims_] also, making outjOfficere' Bay Bolls, _Ifuster Holla and Hecralting _Accoduta. ;' ' " All orders by mail attendo to promptly. iip-rAOU SULLIVAN 8. CHILD- MORTON'S iMVmp' GOLD _TVSfl {;FiJ_^T;Qi£^|tY_^_p|^rrBi>. j L _^ NONE BEITER IN THE WHOLE WORLD. AGBEATLUXUBY. i _, PERSONS in want of a TOperior _^ and, really good _^x_*1 *0 Pf$ will find with me a large 'j aaott-. ment to select froriian_3 hare...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

b os a CHEMIOAL _WBITINO _FLMBr Mahotaotoskd bt on _Amuioait Ihk OoM»_Ajrr, BnauAMFXO& _i N. Y. v :, jCV. - „ j " Q BE what judgeB of ink in our city say: We the undersigned bavir/^ used Boas _Bijo. ' _i Chemical Writing Fluid' consider ft « tipmmr article and heartUy recommend its me bo (the pablio: .'. , t4-1 J. C. Young, Prothonotary, Dauphm county. S. H. Brenner, Clerk to PrOthonotary, do. Joseph Miller, Clerk to Commissiotiers. ; John L. Speel, County. Treasurer. John Rose, Deputy Recorder and Register. Samuel Marquart, Begister. Jacob Shell; Deputy Sheriff. _Thos. H. Norton, Capt. U/8. h.., Dis. Offioe. Handy-Mix, Auditor _General's omoe. D. G,_Matixer, " •« ¦ . « . . David Barnes, " " " _Josl Garretson, " " " WmKing, " •¦' _" ¦*« Chas.Oorner, « . .. ¦ M •• ,: Alexander _Wflson, State Treasurer's _otiqe. J. Hoibomb, ' " " <T | A. C. Smith, Attorney-at-law. ' N.; B7-_^Ohaiig©8 of tempetatorewiUnotafect _jils Fluid. >. ; : ,, Allsiaesfor saleat ' . KE...

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