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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

piOAL OIL IiANTERNSf that do not need _O any chimney, and no wind;! wilt pat the light oat. Call and examine, at _~ " _" NICHOLS & BOWMAN, "*i<r - _7 Oor. Front and Market _Sts.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

DRI ED _BESF AND . BOLOGNA, a very choioe lot, just received and for sale by mr80 Wk; DOCK, Je., & CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

JD. U). ®ro0f $9 da D. W. GROSS & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS, NO. 19 MARKET STREET, HABRISBUBG_, PA. DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STOBEKEBPEBS AND CONSUMERS. We are daily adding to our assortment of goods all such articles as are desirable, and would respectfully_^ pall your attention to the largest and best selected stock, in this city, of DRUGS, 0HEMI0ALS & FAINTS) Us, _Varnlshea and _Gluesi . ' . ¦ .. Dye-Stufis, Gla_*_s and Putty, Artiat'_s Colors and Tools, ;' ! ' ¦ ' _, - _'¦' ' _^ ' _>J _"<_Pore Ground Spices, Barning Fluid and Alcohol, Lard, Sperm and Pine Oils, Bottles,-Vials and Lamp Globes, Castile Soap, Sponges and Corks, &o.; &O., fta, 4c. &c - .;; ; Witii a general variety of ,;; . _^ , PERFUMERY & TOILET _ARTICLES selected from the best _mahnfeotures and Feir _famers of Europe and this oountry. / Being very large dealers In . \ " ; PAINTS, WHITE LEAD, - UNSEED OIL, TARNISHES, WINDOW GLASS, ABTB...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

nnHE undersigned, havmg been in cbe r_ A _ploymeot of the United _States danug ; .. last eighteen _montlis, _«d t._icrk in the hla. _^: tng and Disbursing OBice .mU Office of m:_^c intendent ot Recruiting .Service of _Penug) .i nia, respectfally informe_> the public _thni iu _^ opened an office in :b_< Daily ItLujai-. Building lot the _purpose ui collecting f-. sions, BountiesBack Pay and War Clam_^ also, n»^g»"g out Oniceib' Pay _hoila, Mu. _^ Rolls and Recruiting Acccu ._ts. All orders by mail attci»i_> : to prumptiy Iip-iaoo t>U _LLJ V A .N iS. C a t LD. MORTON'S UNRIVALLED GOLD P£_: Fibsr qualiit wakkanikd _JHONE BE27&& IN THE WHOLE W0R_1.. A G Jtt E AT L U X. U K Y. PERSONS in want of a superior and re* good _ooiD peh will find with me a lar_^o a_^- ment to select from, and bare tue pnviiegexchange the Pens until tneir hand id p <i- - suited: 'And if by fair mean* the D to: - _points break off during twelve months, cue t . ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

Q-RBAT DISCOVERY! KUNKEJL'S ' X Y BITTER WINE OF IRON, /^M_^W_*g& " WEAK STOM" ' ^^^%_&_^_fek ACHS_, _, GENERAL and for all _caees requiring a Tonic. This Wine includes the most agreeable and efficieot Salt of Iron we possess; Citrate of Magnetic Oxide combined, with,the most energetic of _vegetable tonics, Yellow Peruvian Bark. Ihe effect in many cases of debility, loss of ap petite, and general prostration, of an efficient Bait of Iron, combined _witn our valuable Nerve Tonio, is most happy. It augments the appetite, raises the pulse, takes off muscular flabbines$,, removes the palor of debility, and gives a iJo'rid vigor to the countenance. y ¦ 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_'f ' ¦ ¦ : "' :' ¦ ' Do you want to get rid of nervousness ? ; • '- Do you want energy ? . - ; Do yon want to sleep-well? •' ., - Do you want a brisk and vigorous , feeling-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

H orthern Central Kailwavil •¦¦'••' _ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ .:. -. ¦ ..- . y, ,. < _j_^j_^jKS_^_wSf ffl1 _'" '!' .:: •¦ ivy _j., ' SUMMER TIME TABLE. ; THREE TRAINS DAILY iI TO AMD IE0M j _GB j_^. LTI "MI O _IR/ Ei. - Washington City, j Connections made with trains on Pennslyyania Railroad , to and from _Pittsbarg and the West •- --: . ¦_- ¦ _i .-h ¦ . ;, ' ^?O TRAIN S DAILY to and from the North and; West Branch _Susquehanna, Elmira, anct all of Northern New York. - "'I ON " and after M01_TOAY, APRIL ?Otb 1863, the Passenger Trains of the _Northern Central Railway will arrive at and depart from Harrisburg and Baltimore as follows, viz: : _BOVIEWASD. ; MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily ¦ (except Sunday).. 10.10 A!M •' leaves HarriBburg.. 1.16 Pi M " arrives at Baltimore 6.35 P; M EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury j 'daily (except-Son-: .. ; day) _lLOTiFt Jf " leaves _Harrisburg , | (except Monday),. 2.00 _Aj. M 44 arrivee at Baltimore :• \ daily (except Mon- > | day)....,.. 6.164M HA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

Cmef of _ftrastl Pennsylvania Rail Road I Summer Time Table. FIVE TBA1N8 DAILY TO AND FROM PHILADELPHIA. ON ASD AFTER MONDAY, APRIL 20fch, 1863, qr\SK Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania X Railroad Company will depart from and arrive at Harrisbnrg and Philadelphia as fellows: EASTWARD. . THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily at 2 00 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6 _* 10 a. m. FAST LINE leaves Sarriaburg daily (ex. cept Monday) at 5.45 *. ta., and arrives at West Philadel|>hia at 9.55 a.m. Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster. WAY ACCOMMODATION, via Mount Joy, leaves _Harrisburg atT.OO a. m., and; arrives at West Phttadelphm at 12.26p. m. ; FAST MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg da% (except Sunday) at 1.00 p. m., and arriveljtt West Philadelphia at 6.00 p. m. • ¦ • ¦ . _¦:.; C HARBJSBURG ACXX)MMODATION TRAIN, via Columbia, leaves Harrisburg at 4,00 p. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.30 p. m. ¦ ¦_i WEST W ABB. .' BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN le...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

. ; A. P. _TEUP8ER, TEA0HER OF MUSIG _Omoi AiWA _j KD'S MUSIC STORE , MltmrdSlneL Residence: Third Street, above North. "• "¦¦•_:" ::L [ ¦ ¦¦¦ -- - Odl6_^-tf JAPE8E8E m_^ _,v : A CHOICE LOT of this celebrated tea just received. It is of the firet cargo ever imported, and is much _soperiar to- the. Cmnese teas in quality, strength and fragrance and & also entirely free from adulteration , _coloring or mixture of any kind, ft fa _thtf natural _lS o* the Japanese Tea Plant. For sale _WA mr4 WM.DOOK ._Jr_^cn _SCr fiOft _^ '&m>*mim_* and OV/^_VAjFV uncan_^_assel , of every choice qrand ia market, for _stde yery low; in large _FoKSub * 8lllgly " 1S?Ch - **_"_* _^_n**™ _' my& - Cor. Front and Market _Jts. "" CtH OICE _SYBOPS AND MOLASSES. -_^Wft /are no_^ oflfering for sale ,very, low, alot of chpjcesyrupa. Call and examine, at • NICHOLS & BOWMAN. ;; apI4 Oor. Front and Market streets. R^> _S_^_f _t_«_fldin_? lote20 feel front '_£_*_£* _SH?...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

HUT lm I MB BOMB FAST LINE leaves New York at 6.00 A. M., and Philadelphia at 8.16 A. M., arriving a Harrisbnrg at 1.16 P. M. _, ' ., ' .. r MAIL TRAIN leaves New York at 12.00 * noon, and Philadelphia at 3.80 P. M., arriviqg at Harrisbnr_^at 8.20 P. M. [ EXPRESS TRAIN leaves New York at 7i00 P. M. ii arriving at Harrisburg at 2.10 A. M., and connecting with the Pennsylvania Express Train for Pitteburg. A sleeping car is also attached to this train. ! "* Connections are made at Harrifiburg with trains on the Pennsylvania,1 Northern Central and Cumberland Valley railroads, anjd at Read-Ing for Philadel phia, PottBviltei [_WiltaBbarre , Allentown, _Easton , 4c. o; _, . Baggage Check_^-through. Fare " between New . York andrflarriaburg, i$6 16; Between Harrisburg and Philadel phia, $§86 in _Noilf can. and S3 in No. 2. T«1I TB1IN8 M1LI TO _»W YORK, _? AN© ! PHILADELPHIA. ] ON AND AFTER MONDAY, A|PBIL 20th, 1862, the Passenger Trains will _jleave the Philadelphia and Reading Rail...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

JtttsteUaiujjtiH TOILET BRUSHES, f_^VEBY description or class of Toilet Brushes, 32* sad 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 etc oils of this line now in store : HA IB BRUSHES.-rFor ladies, for gentlemen, ior infante, for barbers, for soldiers, narrow for curling, short handles, bufialo backs, inlaid, very hard, and very soft. CLOTH BRUSHES. —Handled, fine _JTrench, common, roach back, tourists, or soldiers', dogroot. HAT BBU8HES.—Pine French, ordinary, tourists'. BONNET BRUSHES.—Dog-root, broom corn. VELVET BRUSHES.—-French sprigs, corn, ¦ • ¦ '¦ ¦ dog-root.! . ; . . . SHAVOfG1BRUSHES.T_^_Buffii lo horn, rosewood, ' handles, of badger hair and bristles, com ' .'J-mon, metal and _screw._vhandxeB. TOOTH BBUSHBS.-_^-Aiaerican, French and English, ivory and bnflf handles, double, - tourist's in case, badger hair, R...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

Bofinrtf &ai'_J* SlGllOI_^ & BOW MA_5 _, WiiOU - >_aLE AND RETAIL. GBOGGKS , _ooBaaa ot feost akd _mabjckt ersssn, _inj _BISBUEO, PBNHA. OW ING *o tl-ii leman-is of our _business. *a have _auimged and improved our sto:_* room, and respectfully invite the _attention _? the public to our ext_^0 _'"" ¦_"** wall «;_lecte: stock of 6R6_CBRIK8_, _PRaHSIONS, _POREICN AND _m MKSIIC mil% CEDAR _AXD WILLOW WARE. We ofifer for sale 3TEWAUI8 & _LOVERDTS CHOICE _SYRUPh CHOICE 8YBUPS AND MOLASSES, of all _kiocU _WHTTB AND BROWN SUGARS, QBEEN AND BLACK TEA, COFFEE, SPICEd, and FLAVOBING EXTRACT!- We keep on hand all UndB_^f Oountry _Pr dnce; alao, FLOUR, FJSH, SALT, HAMS, LARD, Ac. We call attention to our large stock _Jof sup, NQN EXPLOSIVE UOAL OIL, _oaequalled in every respect by any ia the m&: ket, together with all kinds of COAL OIL LAMPS, 8BADES, BUBNEkand CHIMNEYS. Q_.UEENSWAEJB AHD GLASSWARE of evt ry style, always on baud. NICHOLS &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

WM. B. BRADBURY'S PIA N0-F0 RTE ESTABLISHMENT. No. 437 Broome St., :--•> i- - ¦ J RSWIOEK_* j - , , . riijUfi subscriber respectfully invites the atten-¦r'JJ" tiun of his friends- and the public generally 'to his Piano-Forte Establishment , at No. 427 Bioome street, corner of Crosby street, j Having withdrawn his interest, stock.and materials from the late firm of " Iighte _^Bradbury 8," which firm _w&s dissolved on the 81st January, ult, and haying purchased the entire_, stock of Biano-Fortes(and Piano-Forte Material , owned by his _brotherj Edward G. Bradbury, hi the Baid firmlie is now prepared to supply the, increased demand for his celebrated Pjano : For * -' tea. . Employing the most skillful and experienced workmen, _witli a large stock of the best and most thoroughly seasoned material, and an abundance of capital , he has taken in hand the . .. personal supervision of the whole business of manufacturing his _instinmehts , and is _Enabled to turn out Piano-Fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

FREIGHT EEDUCBDI HOWARD & HOPE EXPRES3 OO/S KM I ill ROlll TO AND FROM NEW YORK. Goods _Ordered in the Morning Returned the same Night JE&i*? 1 _* New York at 7_J P. M._j by the Fast Through Express Train, arriving fix _Harrisburg _>t-8 A. *3Si^~ 5 _^. . . ¦ • ¦¦¦ I (' WITHOUT _GHANGE OF CABS, Order, Goods marked via HOPE EXPBESS OO_^.. General Office162 Broadway, ~New York. For farther information enquire of'' ' _^' \ ¦ & _(_JBO. BEBQNEHAgent a _HAMinnmo.Ao*..1861 - -Htf if

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

_fmtf of Irar-il. 1862_^ winter 1863 A R R A NGE ME N TI CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND FRANKLIN RAIL ROADS. i_^HANOE OF HOURS.—On and after Mon-KJ day, November 17,1862, Passenger Trains will ran dally, as follows, (Sundays excepted): For diambersburtr and Harrubure: A. H. P. M. Leave _Hagerstown 7.00 2.461 • _¦ " -Greencastle , 7.87 8.86 { Arrive at.. 8.17 4.20 ,_„,-,. ¦ . • . . ! J Leave at.. 8.80 12.66 Leaves _Shlppensborg;........ 9.00 1.28 " Newville _|9.82 2.00 «4 Carlisle.._^..f .._^.>>..10.10 . 2.42 " Mechanicsburg...... ' .. 10.42 8.12 Arrive at Harrisburg,«. . .... :41.16 8.40 For _diambersburjc tfld _Hatrentown: A. K. P. X. Leave Harrisburg. 8.06 1.86 _" Mec_^ffiicBbarg;.i.. v _i..;r8;47 2.16 44 Carlisle..,......_^..... 9:27 2.66 14 NewviUe. 10.02 8.29 44 _Shippensbnrg;... ?...... 10.88 4.60 Arrive at OhamberbburgV 11.00 4.80 Leaveehambersburg.........ll.lO 4.40 44 Greencaetle 11.66 6.80 Arrive at Hagerstown.. 12_^6 6.10 fit" Making,_fllose oonnectiona.at ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

ESTABLISHED 1760 PETER _LORJULLAKIV Snuff and Tobaooo _Manufacturer 16 tf 18 6HAMBER8 ST., (Formerly 42 Chambers Street, New York,) _TXTOULD call the attention of Dealers to the Vf articles of his manufacture. vi» : BBOWN SNUFF. Macaboy, _Demigroa, Fine Rappee, __ JuwYirgiiiia, _: Coarse Rappee, Nachitocb.es , ^¦mflHr _btn _Q_«nti_^qiml Copenhagen. YELLOW SNUFF. Scotch, _^ HJgbjroast Scotch, ' _Wsh High Toast, or Lundyfoot, Honey Dew Scotch, ¦ . ¦_j« . 4. _, Fresh Honey Dew Scotch, ,. , , * , , Fresh Scotch. * JgBZ Attention Is called to thei large reduction in prices of Fine-Cut, Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos, ' wbich will be found of a Supeript Quaitty. ¦ _" _¦ .._*.. _i ,.. _' , . . . ,... .[ TOBA-CCO. aioxxm. Long, " 8. Jago, ' M:%ib >-f' _* _Spaniah_^ No.2, : _„ , Oaoiater. . Noe._1 _] t 2 mixed. Turkish. Granulated. ' '¦ --H" ' - ' ' ' f fill OUT 0H_1W1HG. ¦ P. A. L., or plain, 1 Cavendish, or Sweet, - ¦ - Sweet Scented Oronoco, ._' . Tin Foil Cavendish. N. B.—...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

1B63: _^ 1863. PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAIL ROAD. _f1 1 _MiiS great line traverses the Northern and X -Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of .Erie, on Lake Erie. It has been leased by the Pauuyloama Ra& road Company, and under their auspices is _behug rapidly opened throughout its entire length. It is now in _uaje for Passenger and Freight business from _Barrisburg to Driftwood, (2d Fork,) (177 miles) en the Eastern Division, and from Sheffield to Erie, (78 miles,) on the Western Division. ; ; ,; •ma or _passwosk _itjelaxns at HABBiBBUfio.. Mail Trainleaves: North.........i ' . 1.16 A. M Express Train leaves; North... .v.. 8.00 A. M Cars run through without _ohanoi both ways on these trams between Philadelphia and Lock Haven, and between Baltimore andXock Haven. ElegantSleepingcars on the Express train bothwaysi _^ For information respecting Passenger business apply at the 8. E. Cor. 11th and Market streets. , .1 .Andfdr1 Freight business of the Company's Age...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

READING- BAILHOAD SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. S*\ BEAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE NORTH VTand Northwest for Philadelphia, New York, Reading, Pdttsville;' Lebanon; Allentown, _BasJ ton, &c., &o. . Trains leave Harriaburg for Philadelphia,New York, Reading, _PottsvUle, and all intermediate _atations _* at 8.00 A . M., and 2.00 P. M. New York Express leaves Harrisburg, at 2.16 A. M., arriving at New York at 9.16 the same morning. ¦ • Fares from _Harriflburg: To New York $5 15; to Philadelphia $3 36 and $2 80. Baggage checked through_^ _?, £ ? ?x Returning, leaye " New York at 6 A. M., 12 Noon, and7P.M., (PitteburgExpress.) Leave Philadelphia at 8.15 A. M:, and 3,30 P. M. Sleeping cars in the New YorkExpreea Trains through to and;from Pittsburg withoat change. Passengers by the Catawissa Railroad leave Tamaqua at 8.60 A. M., and 2.16 P. M., for Phil adelphla, New York, and all Way Points. Trains .leave Pottsville at 9.15 A. M., and 2.30 P. Ml, for Philadelphia, _Harrisburg and Ni...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

HIRAM TUCKER TVyfANUFACTirRER and Wholesale Dealer in JLVJL "TUCKER'S PATENT 8PRING BED." These Beds are particularly noted fori their Cleanliness, Ease and Durability, and-turd, warranted to give perfect satisfaction., " For sale by u:: HIRAM TUCKER, mr27-3ml_, No. 2 Revere Block, Boston, Muss. Gi_^J>ens! Gold Pens I J_«_T _WAxiRAKTEli). _^ *' Has been opened at- - , ' | _>, SOHEFFER'S BOOKSTdRR j9 18 Market Street, Haxrifiburg. C1BUBNS, BroomBf_^asket8_, and all kinds ot J Cedar and Willow ware , for sale by ! _^ _NICHOB * BOWMAF, "* mr23 ' _Oorl Front and Market _Strata. _' / _VUANGES AND LEMONS, a freeh _imnorta V/tion, just received and for " sale by . 'J -_^mritO -, _„_. ...... WM. DOCK . J«., & _QQ. I J AMS ANQ DRIED BEEF.—Michener'B II Excelsior Hams and Dried Beefwarranted to give _satisfection, by t ' /'\ ;¦-: j _, :. , X _i i, -o NICHOLS & BOwWAiHL,, _. * _^_aK _^# yajOor._jJtont an d Market, Streeta_. * QAUCES of all qualiiies—Guava Je...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

iOUrceUantotur 1N8_URAKK. Marine, Fire and Inland Transportation, Central Agency at Harrteburg_, Pa., of the INSURANCE _COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA OF PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated 1794—Charter perpetual. Capital and Asset* ,..$1,200 000 DIBE0T0B8. Arthur G. Coffin, Samuel W. Jones, John A Brown, 8amuel F. _Smfch_, Charles Taylor, Ambrose White, John R. Neff, Richard D. Wood, William Welsh, William E. Bowen, James N. Dickenson, S. Morr is Wain, John Mason, Geo. L. Harrison, Francis B. Cope, Edward H. Trot ter, Edward S. Clarke. ARTHUR G. COFFIN, President. CHARLES _PLATf; _Secratary. -As central agent for the above named compa ny, the undersigned' is * prepared to take fire risks in any part of the State of Pennsylvania, either annually or perpetually, on tile most favorable term,. _" Office in Walnut street, near Second. yrr.T.TAM BirRHT._nit ielO-dly v : jHarrisbarg, JPa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

JOHN _WXS£'a _Coirfectionery & Fruit Store, THffiD STREET, NEAR WALNUf_, _Bctrobutg, Pa. _OONKBOTIONlSBlf OF _Aiu_. _iOND6, ORANGES AND LKMOiUS, «NE APPLES, BANANNAS, FRESH AND SALI FISH, And vegetables of all kinds, brought dim: from the eastern markets, twice _« week, _hl : purchased under my _peraoaal _dupervbtiuu, tdaenabling me to sell a better and cheruer artia_^ than any in the market. _0_T Orders from a distance attended to promptly, and goods delivered to auy part c: the dty free of charge. FRESH _CANNKD FBDTF constantly . bind. Give ta&n call. je26 j ... . JOHN Wm

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