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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 May 1863

_^_Lmnsemcnts. BRANT'S HAT_,£r POSITIVELY FOR ONE DAY ONLY' GEN. TOM TEOMB A_8D WIFE_^ Mb. Chakus S. Stratton, (Known as Gen.Tom Tbumb _,)aud his little wife, Mrs. Lavinia Warren Strattos. HAVING defeired their visit to Europe, until the season is more favorable for _crossiug the Atlantic, accede to urgent solicitations, hi,A will have the honor to hold 1W0 GRAND PUBLIC LEVEES, at BRANT'S HALL, _SATTTHDAY , MAY 2d 1863. Hoars of Exhibition- 3 to 4$, and 8 to 9_J. Doois open half au hour in advance. Gn. Tom Thumb's wife id juttly styled THK QUEEN OF BEAU1Y, the smallest mature lady in the known world , 21 Yeara OH. ot,ly 32 Inches High, and Weighs but 30 Pounds, with an exquisite iace, model form, and winning address. Indeed, what nature baa denied her iu size it has made up in elegance and grace, and fitting her for tbe admiration of all eyes. Thus are seen together a fully devel oped, Intelligent and beautiful MAN and WIB'E, whose united weight is but a trifle more than FIF...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 May 1863

_JfatD _3.&uerti0£mcnt0_. S A PONIFIEH Oft _« CONCENTRATED LIE, THE FAMILY SOAP MAKER _rpHE PUBLIC aie cautioned against the X SPD£IOOS articles of LYE for making SOAP, &c, now offered for sale. The only GENUINE and PATENTED Lye is tbat made by the PENNSYLVANIA-SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY, their trade-mark for it being "S_^_PONIFDSB, OB CONCENTBATED LYE.'' The great _SUCCErS of this article has led UNPRINCIPLED PARTIES to endeavor to IMITATE it, in violation of the Company's PATENTS. All MANUFACTUBEBS, BUYERS or SELLEliS of these 8PUBIO/U8 Lyes, are hereby NOTIFIED that the CO J_1PAN Y have employed asthefrAlTOUNEYS,; ! GEORGE HARDING, Esq., of PUM, and WILLIAM _BAKEWELL_, i&Q•_- , of.PUtsburg. And that all _MANUFACTURER_^, USERS, OB SELLERS of Lye, in violation of the rights of the Gompany, will be _PROSECUTED at _ouce_^ ' The SAPONIFIES, or CONCENTBATED LYE, is for eale,by;. all Druggists , Gbookks and COUNTBT STORSSl TAKE N OTICE,. _, The Uniwd _Sta...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 May 1863

_Ntm ftbvtttiBtmmts. _fsSiAMSH_^ WALTER PATON, Commander. • "7 rpHE GREAT EASTERN-.will leave LIVERX POOL on her first trip during the present month or earl j*-in May, and will continue to run-fregulatly during, the season. Early notice .will be given,ofl ,> da. te8 of departure. , .,./.'. BATES OF_^BASSAG-Bdl ;• ¦ . ' FirstCibin from.». .c. .^/^Q_^_. _f . .};$96.to $1_^6 Second cabia .; _^ ' $70 y _ExcuraipH,TJicke ,ts . out_^ and _i b_^ofc _^ in _thoj first and,B<3cond cabin only, a fare anda .half. _) Third _cabins.t. «;^> _r. issi_> ¦ _• •• • u.Afiy. . ..,l ._t6V Steerage.._^..... ._^ _^ i$80 All _teles_^aya bie in GetcVor_^_ts _equivalent' in U. 8. currency. _^ -Fgr_^_wsage apply to . ; >v OHABLES _^. '_^ WHITNEY, 1 At the Office, 26 Broadway, New York. For freigb_^BP1 ?^ Howiass & _Aspimwaix , Agents, mU8_*ltje9] ' -• Si South:Bt.r N«W York. "DOSTON t1 RAO_^5BS/juit*_irecelved/and for JD' sale by" ¦ _^_IfllJHOL_^&'SDWiKA-N,;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 May 1863

NOTICE 1" Ai:i hllTISBRS.-All Adverllscu.euts. liuin*;«g Notices, Mar. _riages, Ueattis, it<:., to secure insertion In tlie TKljKOltA I'U, must invariably be Hicowpanicil with the CASH. Advertisements oKlercd in the regular tcvculng Edition aie 'inserted in the Morning K<!il.:<>_:i w itliout extra charge.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 May 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 May 1863

_iHtecdiancotia 1_NSUBAU 0 E, Marine, Fire and Inland Transportation, Central Agency at Harrisbnrg, Fa., of the INSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA OF PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated 1794—Charter perpetual. Capital and Assets.......... .$1,200 000 / -directors. Arthur G. Coffin, Samuel W. Jones, John A. BrownJSamuel F. Smith, Charles Taylor, Ambrose White, John B. Neff, Bichard D. Wood, William Welsh, Wil li am E. Bowen, James N. Dickenson, S. Morris Wain, John Mason, Geo. L. Harrison, Francis R. Cope, Edward H. Trotter, Edward S. Clarke. ARTHUR G. COFirnj , President. OHABLES PLA_^Tj Secratary. As central agent for, the above named company, ' the undersigned is prepared to take fire risks in any part of the State of Pennsylvania, either- annually or perpetually, oh the most favorable term,. Office in Walnut street, near Second. _i WTT.f.TAM TlTTEHT_^_R jelO _7 <lly " _t \ Harrisburg, Pa. t: ; Bosfe1 ¦ • - ' 0HEMIQ4I, WRITING FLUID, MAHiVAdipueb _prxHB AusoicauInk Compact ,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 May 1863

tints of m.tana Pennsylvania Rail Road I MMBR TIME TABL _M_^W_^_ajg_^^S_^^_J_^^^^^^^^ _BBlS FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FROM PHILADELPHIA. OH AND ARMS MONDAY, APRIL 20th, 1863, FTIHfi Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania X Railroad Company will depart from and arrive at Harriaburg and Philadelphia as follows : • ¦ . _jftASTJKABD. THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily at 2.00. a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 640, a, m. FAST LINK leaves _Harrjsburg daily (except Monday) at 5.46 a. _ii., and arrives at West Philadelphia1 at 9.66 *. m. Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster.. WAY ACCOMMODATION, via Mount Joy, leaves Harrisburg at 7.00 a. m., and arrives at Weet _Philadelphia at 12.26 p. m. ¦ FAST HAIL TRAIN lef tvefl HarrlRimig dally (except 8unday) at _l.OOp. m _* , and arrives al West [_Philadelphia, i _M 6 00 p_, m. HABBISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN , via Columbia, leave_* _ftarrisburg at 4.00 p. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 9jB0 p. m. ., . . WE8ff...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 May 1863

NICHOLS & _JJOWUAX _, WtlOl.t. \L!r. AND lib! -\_1L GKOCKliS, _OOBHBR Of _TSU>HT AND XAHKfcT t-TBEtTT . HkB. _RlfiBURQ, PKNKA OWING _<o no lemau;;. _U our buotucoe. v, ~6 _tiavo riUi-»_Tired and _improved our stole room, and roaptKiiully iuvito iho attention ut the public to • »ur ext*>«»«"« »t-.a wAl _a»j!ectoa stock of 6R0CKR1_ES_, fdfllflSlUXS, FOREIGN AND uu-ItNtll I'RUITS, CKDiR AND WILLOWWARE. We offer tor sale 3_TEWAUI8 & LOVBBINS CHOICE SYRUPS CUO1CE 8YBUPS AND MOLASSES , of all kinde WHITE AND BROWN SUGARS QUEEN AND BLACK 1EA, COFFEE, SPICES, and FLAVORING EXTKACt> . We keep on hand all kinds of Country Fro Juce; alao _, _FLOUB_, FJSH, SALT, HAMS, ; _i . LARD, Ac. We call attention to out larg_? _stock of _supe dor NON EXPLOSIVB COAL Oil., _aac<|nailed in «very respect by any In the ma; ket, together with all kinde of COAL OIL LAMPS, SHADES, _BURNER and CHIMNEYS. _UU_^EfiSWABS_^_W) _ULiSSWAKV, . of (V-rystyle, alwaysjon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 May 1863

_Jilisicellancotw TOILET BRUSHES. "t_^VERY description or class of Toilet B_*u6hew, I_^J and each class In great variety of style, quality and price. . ] We can furnish almost any article of-Tdilet Brush from common to extra fine, at' a very reasonable price. The following list comprises our stock of goods of this line now ia store : HAIB BRUSHES.—For ladies, for gentlemen, for infants, 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, tourists, or soldiers', " dogroot. HAT BRUSHES.—Fine French, ordinary, tour ' :?'_-"_-' iste'. ' / BONNET _BRtJSE_^ES — Dog-root, broom corn. VELVET BRUSHES:—French sprigs, corn, ' 4_, dog-root. SHAVING BRUSHES.—Buffalo horn, rosewood handles, of badger hairand _biistles, common, metal and screw handles. ' TOOTH BRUSHES.—American, French and English, ivory and buff handles, double, ' 'tourist's in case, badger hair, Russia' . bri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 May 1863

1863. 1863 li PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE H RAILROAD. uu-Ai ,' . ! ..... npHla great line traverses th _£ Northern and X ' Northwest conn ties of _Pennlsylvanla to the city of Erie, on Lake Erie. It has been leafledby thePamiybmia _RaO nadCmpcmy_, and under thefar auspioesis bemg rapidly opened throughout Its entire length. It Is now ' In ' use1 , for Passenger and Freight business' from 'Harrisburg to' -Driftwood, (2d Fork,) (177_smiles) en the Eastern Division, and, from Sheffield to Erie* (78 miles,) on the Western Division. xna or _PAssasoBB. _ibaihb at habjusb _oso. ' Mall Train leayee North. 1.16_.A. M. ExpresB Train _ltiavee Nc_^tii 8.00 A. M. Cars rnn through _wtthodt _chahgb both ways on these trains between _fafladolpfaia and Lock Haven; and be€wHeniB*ltimor_*4ndI ook Haven. ,_i, E_^ gant _Sleeping cars on the _Ejcpress team both ways. ' ' 'For" information respecting Passen ger business apply at the S. E. Cor. 11th and'Market streets. And for Freight business oi the Company...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 May 1863

tint* of "Iraccl. READING HAILROAD HUM_31ER ARRANGEMENT GBEAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE NORTH and Northwest for Philadelphia, New York, Beading, Pottsville, Lebanon, Allentown_, _Eaeg ton, &c., &c.' ' _«._«.._».«« Trains leave _Harrisborg for PhfladelpbJa,New York. Beadinff, PottBville_, and all intermediate 6tattois,at8.00A.M.,ai»d2.00Pli. New York Express leaves Harrisburg , at 2.16 A. M., arriving at New York at 9 16 the same morning. Fares from Harrisbnrg: To New York $616; to Philadelphia $8 86 and $2 80. Baggage checked through. ' ~ ' Returning, leave NewiYork;at 6 A.M., 12 Noon, and 7 P. M., (HttBborgExpwss.) .Leave Philadelphia at 8.16 A. M.t and 8.80 P. M. Sleeping can in the New _YorkBxprassTratos _, through to and from _Pittsbnrg witboot ohaage Paasawers by the _Oatawissa Bailroad.leave Tamaqoaat8.60 A. 1L_, and2.16P. H.f for Phil adelpbia. New York, and; all Way Points. Trains leave PottBville at 9.16 A. M., and 2.30 P.M., for Philadelphia , _Harrlsburg a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

_C|e Celegtap|[. Later from New Orleans. •—. Continued Success of General Basks . ¦ .-. . —• — ¦ ¦ . . . _f. OAPIUttB OF ALEXANDRIA, LOUISIANA. Rebel Supplies at! Fort Hudson and VieksbnrgCutp _\ _Niw York, May 3. The steamer Qeorge Cromwell, from New Orleans on the 26th, arrived here. The Captain of the Cromwell _tbwMb news rereceived on the 26th that Qener_^Panks haa taken Alexandria near the head of thj Red river. " ¦ ' " : : ' ': _« _£_t_^ A"8ra8hear city dispatch of the 24th _«Pto the New Orleans Era, states that a _rjjfcel soldier Erom the Red river couu try reported three gunboats had _cafitDnjdi,Alexandria several days pfovitoua, probibiy*by Farragut' s fleet. The same soldier reports that our occupation of the _Country and Admiral Farragut's blockade of _Eled_>river have seriously interfered with supplies lor the rebels at Yicksburgand PortHudson. The Bra of the 25th, states that a reconnoisance of _Sabine Pass, was made on the th, by two boa_^s-f_^om the gunboat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

_JueMcal DK. JOHNSON LOCK HOSPITAL. nAS discovered the most certain, Bpeedy and _eflfectoal remedies in the world for DISEASES OF IMPEUDENCE. BKUK» IN SIX TO'TWELVB HOURS. NO MERCURY OR NOXIOUS DRUGS. A Cure Warranted, or No Charge, m from One ic Two Bays. Weakness of the Back, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary discharges, Impotency, General Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, LaBguor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the H« art, Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Head, Throat, NV se or Skin. Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Stcinach or Bowels—those terrible disprdera 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 of Solitary Vice, that dreadful and destru...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

DRIED _fWJKP. ¦ ¦!•£• _iTp\RIED Peaches, .(pared) . , Dried Peaches, (_unpared.] Dried Apples.: . _i. rDriedpittms, ; , • ; Dried Cherries.,., ,• _ ._£ IQrieiBlackberries. For sale byr [aprlO] _WBTJ_^5C^; Jr. , _S_^CO. _TTJ TRITING FLUIDS —Bess' American Writ ri _s ing Fluid, a spleudid Iuk, at 62 cents terquart; ARNOLD'S _^iwnfe_^Writing Fluid, HARRISON'S Columbian Writing Fluid, LAUGHLIN & BU£_lHJ_|££LD'S Ink, Copying Ink,,Carmine, and _BedTidaks of the-best quality, Blue Ink, Mucilage, &c.7 at ap6 SCBEFFER'S BOOKSTORE. _alL OF ADL. • .This celebrated Salad Oil, with several other choice brands, in large and small bottles, iust_> received and for, sale by ap_!4 . WM. DOCK, Ja., & CO. _fXOAL OIL LANTERNS, that do not need \_J any chimney, and, no wind will put* tin light ont. Call and examine, at ' _" _^ NICHOLS & BOWMAN, j_!8 Cor. Front and _Market StB. EST PENS in the) wo/,_14 fox 75c, $1.25, $1.50. _>$2 , $3, and $4 for eale . at...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

. _, - : _, BARRINGTON. _, . A Novel, by Charles _Lbvbr/ ; A UTHOB of "Charlea O'Malloy," Ac, one JA. vol., paper, price 50 cents., For sale at • 6] BEBQNEB'S CHEAP BOOKSTORE. XT' VBRGREEN TREES, : . X-J And shrubs of all leading, kinds, and of all sizes, from one to fifteen feet high, for sale low at Keystone Nursery. J. MISH. A LL kinds oLGardeni Seeds, just received, xl and for sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN, f 20 ' Corner Front arid Market Bta, POTATOp. MERCER and Peach! Blow. A large supply of the above mVrinie condition, just received and for sale by '¦' ¦ _¦ ¦¦ aptlO i WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO. ,v Er NQLISH DAIRY CHEESE, the very bes't ever offered in this market, for sale by mr30 -. WM. DOCK. JR., & CO. _. AATHCE5AS, Different colored double varieties; White _Fxinge, Purple Fringe, or Mist Tree, and other shrubbery, at Keystone Nnrsery. J. MISH. AMS, Dried Beef , Fish, Salt , in large or , small quantifies to _TOit purchasers, for sals low, by NICHOLS &amp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

_illisallancoup. j_1T¥s " _K ~ ho1i¥ ; CORNER OF MARKET ST AND MAEKET SQUARE, _HAERTSBTOG , PA, JOSKPH F. McCLBL_^ilf, PBOPBIBTOR. (BBCEHTCT CONDUOTBD BY _WSLIS OOVKRIY.) This is a First Class Hotel, and located in the central part of the city. It is kept in the best manner, and its^)atrons will find every accommodation to be met with in the best houses in the country. se30-dtf . _~ _03ITED STATES HOTEL. _KeiiUed and Renovated; L. W. TEN EYCK, _PnoraiETOR r'f'Ht_^ popular and commodious flotbl has J been newly refitted and _furn _' _^hed throughout it parlors and chambers, and is now ready foi the reception of guests for the winter Beason. The traveling public will find the Untied States lioifl the most convenient in all ¦ particulars, of any Hotel in the State OapitaJjroa account of its access _io the raiiroed, being immer. diately between the two groat depots in_.thia city. : ' ; . ' ¦ -, ..:,, , ..s _Haekisbobq_, Dec. 29, 1862.-6m ¦¦¦ . -.;¦ .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

?* ! sgrjsfsgnjfss _n f|i;i|ii|ififf , ¦ ~ .-3 \~\2~ -^<-l_>_-> *•_^ _. £ :- c <j- *• to ~ » oi v *_j » y m m ^•^ /-v>_odoo ooo _oojosooao f -_?Z S" o _^ ~> _^_f & - ~ _*Z2_S- _a ooowoo • _» •=¦ °° •* g" O 11 ' J ~ «• _sr_^- o •_ig * a t>! • -•»- J-- i'i»»»BHH ""•• • so 5> 1 > ggg &8g 'g SSa_8S3S •? m ¦ . ; _t'm- 'J : ' r~~ «> 2. Sir : I & _ssssssi_§sss_ _tlf 1 ~~ 72 S-H S-.a _o.*e.»»H- *•_"_* ° wg I b s S-fegS8S_^888Sg_^ - _?,¦ _¦ _¦ * : -g »« «-S Z 3 (--I- «• w d-SIS" «¦ a _H _«o-!-i _- »o.'_i.asiai- ¦_- " 3 i_i « H jo _©i5 _ooooooct • _» g . _^ tt ° _^ " ' _• » i_? •*¦ S _? •«» % B HI **¦¦ -M_^BMHHH , W_\- 0» 9~S —— - - • — ' 8&_5 88a8gS8 ' i l? S« . 88 _i o.*. • .o_^h- h- _^r _,£ gg • §g;_Sggggggg f AdmialBtraiioii Notices, 1 lime a week, six times...$2 26 Marriage NoUce.« T6 AadHor'8 _Nmtca..... 160 Fuaoral Noiicea enoh Ingortioii 60 _HT* Busiue_^s notices inserted in the Loc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

SRtxo _2lbt)£rtisement0 LIFE _INSUEANOE The Gfrard Life Insurance, Annuity and Trust Company ot Philadelphia. OFFICE NO. 408 CBESINUI STREET, (CHARTEB PERPETUAL.) Capital and Askew $1,543,386 THOMAS BIDGWAY, President. JOHN F. JAMES, Secretary. /CONTINUE to make INSURANCE ON V_* / LIVES on the most reasonable terms. They act as Executors, Trustees and Guardians under last Wills, and as Receivers and Assignees. The capital being paid up and invested, together with a large'and constantly increasing reserved fund, offers a perfect security to the _insured. , : • The premiums may be paid yearly, half yearly or quarterly. The company add a BONUS periodically to the insurances for life. The FIRST BONUS appropriated in December, 1844, the SECONJi BONUS in December, 1849, the THIRD BONUS in December, 1854, and the FOURTH BONUS in 1859. 'These additions are made without requiring any increase in the premiums to be paid . to the company. . . . The following are: a few examples, from the _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

i 11 v: TELEGRAPH 13 PUBLISHED 'JOHN ING AST) EVENING, By C+EOIiGE BERG NEB. OJice Third Street, near Wdnvt. LRRMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. SISGLE SUBSCRIPTION. iho L'-.jtY TELEattAPH " is served to _subscrU, Iwrs n 'i-.H <:ity at 6 ceuts per week. Yearly &ub_* dbex-i will be charged $4 00 ia advance. Weekly _Tklkqsaph. i iu: Tkij-aikapb 5? also published weekly and tusrii.m-.HJ to _snbecribera at the following cash rates : Ria»lii topees, weekly. $1 00 Tea conU-a, to one postoffice 9.00 Tweutv ' ..r ...17.00 AtVERnsiNQ Satis.—The fullowing are tha ales tor advertising in the Teibgraph. Those _Uaviutf advertising to do will find it convenient lor _reference, . _fgf _b'f-fif _lin<"S of less constitute one-half B_*_jU»r«> Eight lined ov more than four constitutes h _yquare.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

\ Amount of policy po ij cv _Swn Bonus of and bonus to be iny' Insured, addition, creased by future * additions. _Uo. 89. $2500 $ 887 50 $8387 50 i11 132. 3000 1050 00 -4060 00 "199, 1000 400 00 1400 00 :¦"• 338.1 5000 1875 00 687600 Agent at Harrisburg and vicinity i WILLIAM BUEHLER. [ jelO-dly • ^_____ I GOFPE S ! COFFEE 1< GOPFJBEI "fXTANTED, every Grocer and the Public to FT try ,- " -¦**/-7_«- _^ _^ORRELL'S? NONPAREIL _PREfeaRED COF-; _JTJfiBti , * Warranted to;giva satisfaction, or the money refunded. It'Is uniyeriia|ly acknowledged the _\ BEST EYER USED. * Prepared and for sale at the Eagle Steam Spice and Coffee Works, No. 244, North Front, (corner of New-stM Philadelphia, Pa. " mchSaSm _O ' HOWARD WORRELL, i

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