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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 5 May 1863

Nero _^_Ibtjcrtircmcnts i'JA. VoV' ! ilElNWAYa. CiliCi-.E LUNGS BuaL' BUEV'S, IL_^LEY'S and GllOVESTEEN'S MELODECSs_, _i j. , by " PRINCE, _TliEAT <fc _LIXSLKy V10UNS, OU1TAR-. FLUTES. F1_KEM, AC OORDEOlsS_, DRUMS, _xc. Sheet Music sent by mail to any plac-?. PJCTUBE FBAME_^, ALBUMS and LOO£ _INU GLASSES. Howe's Sewing Machines, &c, at tbe _MuaL Store of SILAS WARD, No. 12 North Third Street , above Markrt angl4 dly 840 REWARDSTOLES from the stable of the _subscriltM residing in Susquebaqna street, West Hartisburg, on Sunday nighr, a BLACK HOUSE, hind feet white, with switch t»il, heavy bii'lt_. | bad on a hemp natter and tbick. _bUnhet. _$__i will be paid tor the recovery of the horse ant: $40 for the arrest of the thief, an! the _horss restored to MICHAEL BOYLE. my4_J2t » QA Aril"! 1163 " HAMS of all the cl.oiie tj\J _j \J\J\J _bwnds in market, _cmvassetl aod _uucanvatsed, at the very _lowest price.— Every ham sold warranted, at • NICHOLS & ?"0WMAN'}&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 5 May 1863

, FROM NEW T0EK. | Operations of the Pirate Alabama—Keported D«ath of Gen. Sickles. Nkw _Yobk, May 5. The New York Express states that the pirate Alabama has destroyed the ship Pungant at Sea. No date or particulars given. It is reported that General Sickles _bas been killed in battle, but (h e rnmor U not crcdittd in well informed circles. Tne National Typographical Union. Cleveland, May 4. At a meeting of the National Typographical Union to day, the following officers were elected : President—Eugene Valette, of Philadelphia First Vice Piesident—George K. M'Luken, of St. touis. Secocd Vice President—J. A. Spencer, of Cleveland. orvioi.ui.jr auu liwbuiui—jLuuixitts u_. _vtuidu , of New York. Corresponding Secretary—William Moore, of Detroit. % .«»¦ > MABEBTS BY TELEQHAPH. .- ¦:. ¦ . . Philadelphia, May 6. Flour dull and prices drooping. There is no shipping demand and the sales only in a small way, at $6 87_^@6 26 forsaperfiqe and at $6 60 @7 for extra. Small sales of rye...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 5 May 1863

On the 3d inst,. at the Pennaylvania Hdnse .Oapt_^SAiftn|E'JK_9«% _^ """ ,<i7_dfi _Ji I -.-The friends of the family are invited to attend the funeral on Wednesday morning at 10 _^ o'clock. * •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 5 May 1863

r-&_3_+m_* jn*mtmm-wmAmmmii ,i < — _^ — -¦ _ ____ _ C|e §}\\b _Cdtgraji| ~ ?*iiriC& ~~ 'Fi - _? ~ A ~ _i! ~ * KUTISERS.—All Advvit!_a_«nic_»t8. Btv.<it£«s» _ISotiees, Maryi_._zjics, y;-at!.i, _iVs.j tc secure Insertion in the TKLiK<iiitA*: is, must invariably l,t_: _accompanied v_»_iil» tile CASH. _Advertisement* r,i;lerc<l in the regular Kvenlng Edition »u inserted in. the morning KditUm nithoat extra, charge. HAEBi;-BUBG, PA. TuesSay _Kvcnln_?, May 5, 1863. TOWN AND OOUNTBY. Notice.—The lovers of S_; ring lamb should call at Casey's stall, in the market, tc-morrow morning. He , will Lave a fine lot on hand. It* Fiastikg Cobn.—During the last few days the farmers of this region, have been busily engaged in planting their crop of corn. We understand that a large crop will be planted durid g the present spring. Chukch Bobbers.—From the accounts in our exchangee, we learn that churches are being robbed in all directions. There must be a ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 5 May 1863

'' : , _Ncto _^_tbxjertis cmcuts. sap oni p i er 7 OR _COKCEWtRATED LIE, THE FAMILY iiOAF MAKER. 'TVHE PUBLIC aie cautioned agaiuat ths X SPURIOUS articles of _LYK for making SOAP. &C. nnva _< ff«r*>H (e\r o»1a Thn nniv , . - GENUINE and PATENTED Lye ig that uiadd by ihe PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUrACTUBING COMPANY , their trade-mark for it being " SaPONIFIER , OR _CONCENTRATtD LYE.'' The great _SUCCESS of this article has led UNPRINCIPLED PARTIES to endeavor to IMITATE it, in violation of the Companyf d PATENTS. All MANUFACTURERS, BUYERS or SfcLLEUS of these SPURIOUS Lyes, are hereby NOTIFIED that the COMPANY have employed as their AiTOBNEYS, GEORGE HARDING, Esq.,-o/ Phtia., aud WILLIAM BAKEWELL, KsQ , of _Fittsbura. And that all _MaNUFACTUBERS, _OSEES, Oi SELLERS of Lye, in violation o> the rights of the Company, will be PROSECUTED at once. The SAPON1FIEB, or CONCENTRATED LYE, is for _fale by all _Dbvoqibib, Gkocebs and COTJNTaT STOBBS. TAKE NOTICE. T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 5 May 1863

—————B—MB—B—¦¦——8——Neto _Wisvtrtistmtnts. Steam Weekly to Liverpool, rpoUCHING at QUEENS I OWN, (Cork Hae JL Boa ) The \reil known Steamers of tin Liverpool, Nlw York and Philadel phia biediaship _Conipimy, are Intended to sail _aa follows City of _Manchester, Saturday, May 9 ; Etna Saturday, May 16 ; City of Washington , Sat urday, May 23. rates of passage, PAYABLE IN GOLD, OB ITS EQUIVALENT IN CUE HKNOT. FIBST CABIN, $80 00 STEERAGE, $32 6X do to London, 86 00 do to London, 86 6C do to Paris, 95 00 do to Paris, 40 6C Hn tn TTnmVmro- Oft CM An tn HomKn-wr 97 FJ] Passengers also forwarded to Harve, Bremen Rotterdam, Antwerp, &c, at equally low rates Fares from Liverpool or Queenestown: 1st Cabin, $75, $85, $105. " Steerage from Liver pool, $40. From Qaeenestown_, $30. Those who wish to send for their friends can buy tickets here at these rates. For further information apply at the Company's Offices. JOHN Q. DALE, Agent, 15 Broadway, N. Y. f23dly. Valuable Furnace Propert...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 5 May 1863

_Wm _^_jjertisemente. WATCHES , JEWELRY & SILVERWARE. THE UNDERSIGNED would respectfully invite your attention to his well selected stock of Fine Gold and Silver WATCHES, Fine Gold JEWELRY, and every kind and variety of Btyles—compromising all of the newest and most beautiful designs. Also, " Solid SILVERWARE, equal to Coin, arid the beat make of Silver Plated Ware. Each article is warranted to be as represented. _Mfif~" Wftt/>hA3 and ._Tanrali_*n _narafniixr nm_>i»iu) and'satisfaction guaranteed. , - r JACOB HARLEY , (Successor to Stauffer 8_f Harley,) f 23-3m_] No. 622 Market Street, Philadelphia. D:<_. iYloOt.iWTOOiv'8 PECTORAL SYRUP, A UK /our lungs weak F Does a long breath *? live you oainf Have you a hacking cough /Do von expectorate hard, tough matter f Aio you wasted with night sweats and wantoisuepf If so, here is your remedy. It will unquestionably save you. Price $1 00. Tbe above medicine has been used extensively in this city with good r...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 5 May 1863

Special Notices. Wb have taken over on the 1st of April th( balance of goods bought of Mr. Boger, to oui owu store, where we will continue to sell th< balance left at very low prices, until the wholt are gold. Among those goods ara 1,000 yards remnants, delaine and calico, 16 18and20ceuts. 500 yards remnants, lawag and other dreaf goods, 16, 18 and 20 cents. 200 yards of barege and lustre, 20 and 25 _ccnte , 1,000 yards of linen crash, 16, 18 and 2C cents. 100 yards of brown and grey cloth for summer coats. 1,000 yards of linen, cotton and wool panfc _ohn ft r*_Yt aa n 300 dozen of the very best spool cotton, white and colored. 1,000 papers of the very best _^ of Smiths' needles, 5 cts. a paper; also stockings, gloves, pocket handkerchiefs, hoop skirts, all kinds of combs, patent thread, tapes, socks, either by the dozen or piece. We have also on band yet about 10 pieces of CARPET, which we will sell at 75 cents per yard. 20 pieces of straw matting, cheap. 20 pieces of sp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 5 May 1863

Ittwttllcneoiw. ¦¦ " toilbt " brushes, E VEP.Y description or class of Toilet Brushes, and each _claes in gTeat variety of style, quality and price. . We can furnish almost any article of Toilet Biush from common to extra fine, at a very reasonable price. The following list comprises our stock _ol goods of this line now in store : HAIR BRUSHES.—For ladies, for gentlemen, for infanta, for barbers, for soldiers, narrow for curling, short handles, buffalo backs, inlaid, very hard, and very soft. CLOTH BRUSHES.—Handled, fine French, common, roach back, _tooriste, or soldiers', dogroot. HAT BBUSHES.—Fine French, ordinary, tourists'. BONNET BRUSHES.—Dog-root, broom corn.: VELVET BRUSHES.—French sprigs, corn, ., _fJnor.rnnt. SHAVING BRUSHES.—Buffalo horn,ios«wood handles, of'badger hair and bristles, com- : mon, metal and screw handles. TOOTH BBUSHES.—American, Freqch.and English, ivory and buff handles, double, tourist's in :_Case, badger hair, Russia bristle, very bard, 3/row cheap, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 5 May 1863

I MmtliancorxB _^ 1 N S i f H A :- C !•: . Blame, Fire and _lulau.l Transportation Central Ageuc_)' at Harr^' _jurg, Fa., of the ISSURiNl'E _mmm Or _AORrH _iMEKILA OF PHILADEL1HIA. Incorporated 1794-Charter _perpetoal. 9 Capital and Assets $1,200 00( DIRECTORS. Arthur OK Coffin, Samuel W. Jones, John A Brown, Samuel F. Smith, Charles Taylor, Am _broae White, John B. Neff, liichard D. Wood, William Welsh, William E. Bowen, James N Dickenson, S. Morris Wain, John Mason, Cteo, L. Harrison, Francis R. Cope, Edward H. Trot ter, Edward S. Clarke. ARTHUR G. COFFIN, President. CHARLES PLATr, Secretary. As central agent for the above named compa nv. the nndendmed ie _oreoared to take nr< . riaks'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, jelO-dly a Harrisbnrg, Pa. BOSS' CHEMICAL _WETOTG FLUID MASTJIAOID&EP BT TBM AWBBICAH IHK COKPAHT_, Bihohamptoh, N. Y. SEE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 5 May 1863

Jbnm\t%s <5arDa. INIUIIOUS K o(Hv' _.i\_N; _W_k i-'i.; ~\\. _r .-- .Y-i' hi-:r.\iL. GlIIK_^_iU, _coBtnta of frmnt asd macki.t _^_attrr, hae-RltBCBO, PKSKA. ¦j /"_\WING *o {•>»» ieru _iu ._e of _uur _busine_^, we \J dave eiiH'gcd aud improved our etore • room, and respectfully juvite the attention of • the public to our ext^«_j!"" _^_"_»_1 wall _selected - stock of ! _SROCERIK*, I'_uOVlSlUNS, FOREIGN ANU DO MKMIC i'RUITS, CEDAR AND WILLOWWAKB. We offer for sale STEWAKTS & LOVERIN'S CHOICE SYRUPS, UUOICE SYRUPS AND MOLASbBS, nf nil IrinHa ,, WHITE AND BROWN SUGARS, GBEEN AND BLACK TEA, COFFEE, SPICES, and FLAVORING EXTRACTS. We keep on hand all kinds of Country Province ; also, FLOUB, F18H, SALT, HAMS, LARD, &c We call attention to our large stock of superior NON EXPLOSIVE UOAL OIL, (met) on lied in every respect by any in the market, together with all kinds of COAL OIL LAMPS, SHADES, BURNERS, and CHIMNEYS. UUEEHSWABE AND GLASSWARE, of evi ry style, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 5 May 1863

Cines of _3_lraotl Pennsylvania Rail Road! MMSR TIMT- TAEL FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FROM PHILADELPHIA. ON ADD AFTER MONDAY, _APBIL 20th. 1863, i nnHE Passenger Trams of the Pennsylvania X Bailroad Company will depart from and arrive at _Harrisburg and Philadelphia as foij lows : EASTWABD. THROUGH EXPBESS TRAIN leaves Harris _^ burg daily at 2.00 a. m., and arrives,at West Philadelphia at 6.10 a. m. FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (exf cept Monday) at 5.45 a. m., 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 12.25 p. m. FAST MAIL! _JDRAIN _leaver Harrisburg daily (except Sunday) at 1.00+ p. m., and arrives a] West Philadelphia at 6 00 p.m. ! HABRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TBAJNi via Columbia, leaves Harrisburg at 4.00 p. m.-, ,and arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.80 p. mi WE8TWABD. • BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harr risburg daily (except ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 5 May 1863

JD. ID. ®ro0_? & _€o. D. W. GROSS & CO., i WHOLESALE AND B£IA1L _DKUGUISTS, NO. 19 MARKET STREET, HARRISBUBG, PA. DltUQQISTS_, PHYSI0rAN8 ,.STOBB KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS. We are daily adding to our assortment o goods all such articles as are desirable, an< Would respectfully; . call your attention to th< largest and best _selected stock in this city, of DRUGS, 0HEMI0ALS & PAINTS _< ' ' "l i\ ' ¦ ¦ ¦ i'. ' \ -; Us, Varnishes and Glues , , Dye-Stuns , Glass and Putty, : Artiat' s Colors and Tools, Pure Ground Spices Barning Fluid and Alcohol, Lard, Spe_^m and Pine Oils, _wiooeB _Donuem, _vuus ana _uarap ,-: Castile Soapi Sponges and Corks, • _, &c., 4c., &c., &c. &o Withaj generalTOiiety of PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES selected from the best manufactures and Perfameff _qf Europe4and this country. _, . Being very large dealers in PAINTS, WHITE lEAD, LINSEED OIL, VABNISHBS_, WINDOW GLASSp ABTI8T'S ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 5 May 1863

tint* of _trc nl _BEADING _KAILKOAD SUMMEE ARRANGEMENT. t ~\ BEAT TRUNK LINE FBOM THE NORTH _OTand Northwest for _Philadelphia, New York, Reading, Pottsville, Lebanon, Allentown, Ea?j ton, &c., &c. Trains leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia, New York, Reading, _Fottsville, and all inter mediate stations, at 8.00 A . M., and 2.00 P. M. New York Express leave ' s Harrisburg, at 2.15 A. M., arriving at New York at 9 15 the same morning. Fares from HarriBburg: To New York $5 15; to Philadelphia $3 36 and $2 80. Baggage checked through. Returning, leave New York at 6 A. M., 12 Noon andj P. M., (Pittsburg Express.) Leave Philadelphia at 8.16 A. M., and 3.80 P. M. Sleeping cars in the New York Express Trains, _tV>_wvnrrVi ti\ and frnm _Plttahnrcr -Brit.hnnt. _rVinnarn Passengers by the _Catawissa Bailroad leave Tamaqua at 8.50 A, M., and 2.15 P. M., for Phil adelphia, New York, and all Way Points. . : Trains leave Pottsville at 9.15 A. M., and 2.30 P. M., for Phila...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

MebtcaL DR. JOHNSON BALTIMORE LOCK HOSPITAL 1 TAS discovered the most certain, speedy and .X effectual remedies in the world for l)ISEAJBfi& OF IMPRUDENCE. BELIEF IN SIX 10 TWELVE H0UB8. NO MERCURY OB NOXIOUS DBUGS. A Cure Warranted, or No Charge, in from One to Two Days. Weakness of the Back, Affections of the Kidneys and. Bladder, Involuntary discharges, Impotency, General. Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, LaBguor, Low Spirit?, Confusion of ' Ideas, Palpitation of the Heart, Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Head, Throat, _Nc se or Skin. Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Stcmach or Bowels—those terrible disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those secret and solitary practices more fatal to their victims than the eong of Syrens to the Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage, &c, impossible, YOUNG MEN Especially, who have become the victims oi Solitary "Vic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

_Ntm _2lb»erfementB ( DOCTOR A. H. _STEVENS, ELECTRICAL 4 PHYSICIAN, is curing all CHRONIC D1S ( EASES, both of Ladies and Gentlemen, by a new method in the use of Electricity alone, without any Medicine, or even any Pain. BOARD maybe had, with Treatment, by Patients from abroad, at reasonable rates, in the Doctor's Family. LEITERS applying for circulars or further information will be promptly answered. Office and Residence at 1418 SOUTH PENN SQUARE, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, being in a cen- ) tral as well as delightful part of the city. > Cut this out for future ' reference. ) ap8-d3taw3m _qpHE WEST CHESTER ACADEMY, AND L MILITARY INSTITUTE, at West Chester, Pa., will resume the duties of the Summer Term (full five months) on the first of May next. Boys and young men thoroughly prepared for college or-business. French, German and Spanish taught by native resident teachers. The Military Department is under the charge of (Major Gustavus Eckendorff. Instructor in Gymn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

_NctD _^Itrerhscmente. HARRISBURG, PA, POST OFFICE Departure and Arrival of _Vthe Malls, On and after Monday, April 20th, 1868, the mails will close as follows: NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAD. NORTH.—Wat MAn—For all places between Harrisburg, and Lock Haven, andElmira, N.Y _. at.. 12 ; M For Lock Haven, William«port and Lewisburg {_J _^M SOUTH.—Wat Mail—For all fU - \ placeB between Harrisburg and Baltimore, ': Md., and Washington, _! D.C._Vat.......... 12 M For Washington, D. C, Baltimore, Md., and York, Pa.,at 9 PM LEBANON VALLEY RAILROAD/ '¦' EAST.—Wat Mail—For all places between Harrisburg, _Ehgton and Philadelphia) via Reading. . 7 A. M For Reading and Potts- ?- ville i,... 1230 P;. ._^ PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. t Wat Mail—For all _^ placeB between Harris- ~" burg and Philadelphia 6.30 A. M For Philadelphia and i Lancaster 12 M For NewYoik, Phila- , : delphia, Lancaster, Columbia, Marietta, and Bainbridge.... 2.45 P. _Mj For New York, Phila- i delphia and Lancaster. 9 P. Mi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

Cfte WegrapJ Philadelphia , May 6. No dispatches for the press have been sent from Washington by telegraph to-day. But we know of a private dispatch received at noon today, from a perfect'y trustworthy source, the tenor of which is as follows: ¦ -¦ The authorities at Washington are perfectly confident of General Hooker's success. He can maintain hispr&ition, and reinforcement* to the number of 30,000 men, under General Heintzelman, have been sent to him. Nothing definite has been'heard of General Stoneman _^ but be is believed to have accomplished the work assigned to him. New York, May 6. * The Heraldhas received the following account of the fight of Gen. Sedgwick_'_s corps with the enemy: It appears that after the great struggle of Sunday, Gen. Lee detached a large body of his rebels to meet Sedgwick_", and it Ie known that Longstreet was also rapidly getting in Sedgwick'b rear. Hooker Reinforced by Helntzolman AEMY OF THE POTOMAC REPORTS OF REBEL DESEUTKKS T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

Jffntt !2_llnjertt0emtnts Ayer's Compound Extract Sarsaparilla. NO one remedy is more needed in this country than a reliable Alterative, but the sick have been so outrageously cheated by the worth less preparations of _Sarsaparilla abroad that they are disgusted even with the name. Yet the drug cannot be blamed for the imposition; from which they have suffered. Most of the so-called Sarsaparillas in the market contain little of the virtues of Sanaparilla or anything else. They are mere slops—inert and worthless, while a concentrated extract of the active variety of Sartaparilla compounded with Dock, Stillingia, Iodine, etc., is, as it ever will be, a powerful alterative and an effectual,remedy. _Buch is Ayer's . Extract of Sarsaparilla, as its truly wonderful cures of tne great 'variety of complaints which require an alterative medicine have abundantly shown/ Do not, therefore, discard this invaluable medicine, because you have been imposed upon by eomething pre tending to b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

FAMILY DTE _OOLORf. Black, _y_^_TXAsF_^ _v_. Salmon, 1 Dark Brown, /_%_/ _' ^^§c\ Scarlet, | Snuff Brownr A_^ A \o \Dark Drabi Light Brown, «¦/ fj (A /«/ Light Drarj, Dark Blue, II f y i \ ( Yellow, t light Blue, \V # _afcj_^ W Orange, } Dark Green, _^££ _&_*W 7)> Magenta, \ Light Green, IHHflK''l(_wk_^ Solferino, Pink, lltflB_^LyA French Bine, Purple, 3BS&E~_4£_k _^°_ya _^ _^ar ple_, FAMILY DYE COLORS, I FiR dyeing silk, woolen ' and mixed - goods, shawls, scarfs, dresses, ribbons, gloves, bonnets, hats, feathers, kid gloves, children ' s clothing, and all kinds of wearing apparel with perfect fast colors. Full directions inside each package. : I A Saving: 6* 80'peb cent. ; - These Dyes are mixed in the form of powders concentrated, are thoroughly tested, and put up in neat packages, expressly for family use. For twenty- five cents you can color as many goods aa would otherwise cost five times that sum. The process is simple, and any one can use the Dye...

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