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

r |>HE undersigned, having been in the em-X. ployment of the Unittd States during the last eighteen months, as _Cierk in the Mustering and Disbursing Office and Office of Superintendent ot Recruiting Service of Pennsylvania, respectfully informs the ' public that he has opened an office in ihi Daxlt Tbugbaph Building loi the- purpose of collecting Pensions, Bounties, Back _Fny nnd War _ClaimB; also, malting t»ut _Officei:' _tny _liolifi, Mueter Rolls end _iiocruiiing Aocca U. All orders by mail attend*, _i to promptly. md-taou SULLIVAN 8. CHILD. TO OFHCEBS AND SOLDIERS. Collection of Pensions, Boamies, Back Pay and War IJaiia_^. Officers'fay Bolls, Muster Bolls, and Be crafting Accounts Made Oat. MOBTON S UNRIVALLED GOLD PEN FIRST QUALITY WARRANTED. NONE BE_1TER IN THE WHOLE WORLD. A GB EAT LUXURY. PERSONS in want of a superior and really good oou> pkn will find with me a large assortment to select from, and have the privilege to exchange the Pens until their h...

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

_^ <(^_ZjftwS@_^w'W'« 'l' ' _SUMMER TIME TABLE. THREE TRAINS DAILY «> and vbou b _^ id t i :m: o _ir, :ed . AHD Washington City. Connections made with trains on Pennslyvania Railroad, to and from _Pittaburg and the West. TWO TRAINS DADLY to and from the North and West Branch Susquehanna, Elmira, and all of Northern New York. ON and after MONDAY, APRIL 20cb 1863, the Passenger Trains of the Northern Central Railway will arrive at and depart from _Harrisburg and Baltimore as follows, via: _JNorthern Central Eailway 9 80UTHWAED. MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily (except Sunday).. 10.10 A.M •' leaves Harrisburg.. 1.16 P. M, " arrives at Baltimore 6.86 P. M EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury r. j daily (except Sunday) 11.07 P. M " leaves _Harrisburg i . , (except Monday),. 100 A. M " arrives at Baltimore daily (except Monday) _L/_ii. 6.16 A. M HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION _; leaves Harrisburg 6.30 A. M NORTHWARD. MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimoredaily : ' (except Sunday).. 9.16 A...

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

Jftnc* ot atractt. Pennsy lvania Rail Road I MMER TIME TABL FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FROM PHILADELPHIA. OH AHD AJTEB MONDAY, APRIL 20th. 1863, rflHE Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania J_ Railroad Company will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and Philadelphia as follows: EASTWARD. THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves _Harrisr burg daily at 2.00 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.10 a. m. FAST LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (except Monday) at 5.45 a. »i., 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. - ¦ . PAST MAIL TRAIN leaves HarriBlrarg daily (except Sunday) at 1.00 p. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 5.00 p. m. ± ¦ i HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Columbia, leaves HarriBburg at 4.00 p. jn.,; and arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.30 p. m. WESTWARD ! BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Har: risburg daily (excep...

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

NEW AIR LIB JOIITB fiftKJB TB1_IK8 DAILY TO NBW YOHK, !'• . AND ' | PHILADELPHll ON AND AFTER MONJDAY, APRIL 20th, 1862, the Passenger Trains will leave the Philadelphia and Beading Railroad _Drfpot , at Harrisburg, for New, York and Philadelphia, as follows, vis: ./• ' _« ' • " ? 1 EASTWARD. j EXPRESS LINE leaves Harrisbnrg at,!2.15 A. M., on arrival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train ' from the'-West_;! arriving in ]New York at 9.]iO A. M., and at Philadelph» at 8.20 A. M: A sleeping ' car is attached t<_Tthe _train _^ through from Pittsburg without change. MAIL TBAIN leaves Harrisburg at 8:00 A. M., arriving in New York at1 6.30 P. M., and Philadelphia at 1.60 P. M. FAST LINEleaves HarrisWrj ? at ' "tifi) P M.', arriving in New York at 10.26 P. M.; and Philadelphia at 7.00 P. M. WESTWARD.; FAST LINE leaves New York at 6.00 At M and Philadelphia at 8.16 A. M., arfivkg a Harrisburg at 1.16 P. M. .& , r MAIL TRAIN leaves New York at 12_.0_Oi(ton, ...

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

_Bnsuxea? iv-j NTCiioiN >_s B_«'V -Mn WJvlJ ' ; ;.P \\}-.i ;[• _i_± _iUH1 i\ -a ; ¦ _, _COSNEa OF FB"ST AND MARKU -rKEETr, V..V. ¦ _EISBCB_*:. I'E.-SA OWING to r- ,• torn <n - > t _~jut hnsm-.-s_?, w- _ bave _euli 'gC'i and 'uifroved our ftorsroom, aod respectfully invite the attention of the public to ¦ _>urext»>_"-••»•- _«n._l wfill ^| t>_ctci stock of 6ROCBR2&N iiiUvlSlll._NS, FOREIGN A_3D DO 8KMIC I'RulTS_, CEDAR AND W1LI0WWAKB. We _ofier for sale _5_TEWAUTS & LOVfiRlNS CHOICE SYRIl S. UIIOICE SYRUPS AND MOLASSES, of all kinds. WHITE AND BROWN SUGARS, GKEEN AND BLACK TEA. COFFEE, SPICES, and FLAVOK1NG EXTRACT-. We keep on hand all kinds of Country Produce ; <*Uo, _FLOUB, FISH, SALT, HAMS, LARD, &c. We call attention to our lan?< _gtock of _supt rior • NON EXPLOSIVE ( UAL OIL, (me<|_ualled fn every respect by any in the mar ket, together with all kinds ot COAL OIL LAMPS, SHADES, BURNERS, and ...

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

PORTFOLIOS , FOR SOLDIERS J WHOLESALE OB RETAIL. a ¦' » " A i AT PRICES X>B OBABLY LESS than can now be purchas-JL ed elsewhere. ' ' ; SOLDIERS look to your interests, and call or send to KELLER'S Drug Store, 91 Market Sireet . for. a Writing Folio. To dealers (wishing to buy out the lot we will offer . ,c ; . no22 PURE CALIFORNIA WISES ¦'¦ - •»• ¦ FQa MEDICAL _USiK_^ _CAEJOTORNIA HOCK WINEf1 _^ ! , ;CAt)i_^OR_^iA _" _fOBT1 WI|_JE; . _pitfifFOBNEA ANGELICA WINE, , '» _CALIFpBNiA MUSCATEL WINE , " : XTALIKORNIA GBAEE. BRANDY. \ The attention of Iovalids/_is particularly called; to these, _winea. They afe equal to the , best European wines, and ' guaranteed pura. i For sale_. at KELLER'S DRUGSTORE, ' ' ' , oct26 _9l Market Sfc A. "L-ENK ' ¦ • rpEACHER OF PIANO, GUITAR AND -X SINGING.. Address at WM. RNOCHE'S Music Store, 98 Market street. _Iw9r3m ° trTAMS AND . X>rM) BEEF.-Mici _eWB Xli Excelsior _Hamsand Dried Beef, w#_ftrinted to _' glve satisfaction, by •-¦<&...

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

FREIGHT' IlEDIICED1 ! HOWARD & HOPE iEXKiiSS OO/S _^ TO ii_^DFROM _^ _ddt0 ^^^ tk_© j, _JJ_^ning _BettirnodR; . the same Night. J ¦' • --\ !:¦ ¦ , ,-,• . T" ' . , . -, ¦5»-_' ; - Leave New, Yorfcat 7J P. M.,_yifi_^ Fast ThroxighTEfproBa Train, arriving in HarrL _E _iHl&kMi L - _H : •»¦ ¦¦_'¦ ¦ ¦ ' - Order_^«oodBi( _Ma_¥ked_^ _ci . ' vi_^ HOPE EXPRES S OO_n Jj j Genaral _Office. 162 Broadway, New York. For further lirfcmntttioii'enquire of _Cl yi w ' f/^wi'_^_PBOHMLAmfc it HAMmijma. AuffL.1861 _wltf ~^^ * _T_^ -

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

mxsttiiantauB. TOILET BRUSHES. 17_\ VERY description or cluss of Toilet _Biushtu, J and _eaco olaaa in groat variety of style, quality and price. We can furnish almost any article of Toilet Brash from common to extra fine, at a very reasonable price. The following list comprises our stock ot goods of this line now in store : HAIR BRUSHES.—For ladies, for gentlemen, for infants, for barbers, for soldiers , narrow for curling, short handles, buflalo backs, inlaid, very hard, and very soft. CLOTH BRUSHES. —Handled, fine " French, common, roach back, tourists, or soldiers' , dogroot. ' ._< HAT BRUSHES.—Fine French, ordinary, tourists'. BONNET BRUSHES.—Dog-root, broom corn. VELVET BRUSHES.—French sprigB, corQ » dog-root. SHAVING BRUSHES.—Buffelo horn, rosewood handles, of badger hair and btistleB, common, metal and screw handles. TOOTH BRUSHES.—American, French and English, ivory and bnff I handles, double, ¦ touriBt'8 in case, badgei: hair, Russia bristle very bard, 3 row cheap...

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

GREAT DIBCQVBRY! EUNEBL'S _BITTEB WINE Of- IBON, _ _^ _^c_^jW-- - _TT1 _^^ the cure _\of and for all cases requiring a Tonlb. 1*' i Thifl Whie includes the most agreeable and efficient Salt of Iron we possess ; Citrate of Magnetic Oxide combined , with the most energetic of vegetable tonics, Yellow Peruvian Bark. The effect in many cases of debility, loss of appetite, and general prostration, of an efficient Salt of Iron, combined with our valuable Nerve Tonic, is most happy. It augments the appetite, raises the poise, takes _oflfjanacular flabbinees, removes the palor of debility, and gives a florid vigor to the countenance. , \(:. Do you want something to _strengthen yon, f Dp you want a good appetite ? ': ; ¦>; ;, Do you want to build up your constitution ? Do you want to feel well ? Do you want to get rid of nervousness f Do you want energy i ¦ Do you want to sleep well? Do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling? If you do, try n, ._^ KUNREL'S _PETTER WINE OF IRON! This ...

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

_Cmet 0f _Crenel. beajwng _^ _bailroaS SUMMER ARRANGEMENT. f _^ BEAT TRUNK LINE FROM THE NORTH VlTand Northwest for Philadelphia, New York, Reading, Pottsville, Lebanon, Allentown, _Eaejj ton, &c.,_«&g. Trains leave Harrisburg for Philadelphia,New York, Reading, Potteville, and ail intermediate stations, 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 15 the Bame morning. Fares from Harrisburg : To New York $615; to Philadelphia $3 36 and $2 80. Baggage checked through. Returning, leave New York at 6 A. M., 12 Noon, and 7 P. M., (_Pitteburg Express.) Leave Philadelphia at 8.16 A. M., and 3.30 P. M. Sleeping cars hi the New York Express Trams, through to and from Pittsburg without change. Passengers by the _Oatawissa Railroad leave Tamaqua at 8.60 A. M., and 2.15 P. M., for Phil adelphja _^ New,York, and all Way Points. Trains leave. .Pottsville at 9.16 A. M., and 2.30 P. M., for Philadelphia, HaniBburg ...

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

1862. winter 1863 AB B _ANGKFMENTl CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND FRANKLIN R AI Ii!; R O A D S _, r_^HANGE OF HOURS. ' —On and after Mon-Kj day, November 17, 1862, Passenger Trains will run daily; as _fpUows, (8undaya excepted): For Chwnbenburfi: and . Harrijbursr: - .::*.-... ¦ , ¦ '._{- V •: A. Mi; - ¦ ' ?. M. Leave Hagerstown 7.00 2.461 " Greenca_>tle 7.87 8.86 ( Arrive at.. 8.17 4.20 _Chambersburg.... / J ¦¦ --x.:; ii . (Leave_,at.. 8.80 12.66 Leaves _Shlppenaburg 9.00 1.28 " Newviile _' .:... ..k9.82 2.00 " Oarlisje.... .....10.10 2.42 " MechanicBbnrg........iO42 8.12 Arrive aiHarrisbnrg.........1U6 8.40 For Chambersbarfi_: andHaeentown: A. M. P. M. Leave Harrisburg 8.06 1.86 . " Mechanicsburg........ 8._*7f ii 2_KI6 11 Carlisle...... 9.27 _V 2_»6 " Newviile._; 10.02 ff.29 " Shippensburg ..10.88 4.60 Arrive at Chamben,_bnrg...... 11.00 4.80 LeaveQhambersburg.........11.10 4.40 . V Greencastle............ 11.66 5.80 ArrjveratHagerstown..........12.36 6.10 . par- Making clo...

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

1863._" 186a _PHILiO)ELPHIA AND ERIE RA1LJEtOAD. rpHIS great line traverses the Northern _^ a_^fd JL Northwest counties of Pennsylvania to the city of Erie, on Lake Erie. , It has been leased by the Per ifuyUxmia Bad road Company, and under their auspices is J&fag rapidly opened throughout its entire length. It 1b now in use for Passenger and Freight business from _Harrisburg to Driftwood, (2d Fork') (177 mUes) en the Eastern _Division, and;> from Sheffield'to-Erie, (78 miles,) on the Western Division. ; , } _Toa or _PAsamtoaa _teaiks at HABUBBOBd. Mall Trainleaves North.'. • , .->;•.... 1.16 A.'fi. E_^p_^TrM_^ leav«_4 North . 8.00 AJM. (^ njn thrpu gh wiraoDT _ohamqi both ways on|heee( _trains_^_tyeen Philadelphia and Look Haven, and between Balthnore and I oak Haven. Elegant Sleeping cars on the Express train both ways. | For information respecting Passenger jbnsiness apply at the S. E. Cor. 11th and Market streets. . -: ;; - • ¦ -. -i : - , : j "' And for ...

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

B A G L E WORKS, ~~ _Harrisbur_^, _Pennsvlvania. HAjnJTAOTUBXB Ot BOOK-BINDBfiS' RULING-MACHINES AV13 i: Ns. STANDING _PRESSED, SAWING MACHINES, PRESS liO A :_?:: AHD _MAOEDDriB fOB GRINDING CUTTING-ilACHINE KNIV r>. Portable Cider Hills and Fodder _CtnuH ¦ . SCHOOL FUBNITUSE_, _Beoerai Machine Work and Iron and Bra si CAST INGS, WOOD TURNING IN ALL IK BKANCU-S 8CSOLL SAWING, PLANING, ETC., _EK 0P Any Machine of Wood, Iron or i_)_nv made to order. Gear and Screw Cutting. &c. HICKOK'S PATENT WOODEN SCREW _Coi I :NO TOO!' _tOt OMh paid *>r Old Cop. _Jer, Br _n •. v c t • 8TEAM BOILEil_^ _«:. PENNSYLVANIA d A i ¦ R O A Ot ABO VE STATE 81 *i". K i. CELLAR WINDOW _urv.vi'Eri, Of various _pattorna, both statlou-.ry and sifaptt_^. :: »?-j Weii;hta_«na rarioas other b:; ' iii; ciu ^» lor _mU T«y cheap at the [my-J4-ly) U\Q- E _Wwrks

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

"BOSS' _AMERldlNXJ _%lSTING FLUID I Y\_R unequalled flow and brilliant color, equal V/ if not superior to Arnold' s Writing Fluid; free fronnnould or sediment;_, copies as well as iny copying ink, and not affected byifreering. Price $6.00 per dozen quart bottle*; ,02 cents per- _' _singlu quart. For sale at ¦» _THEO. F. SOHEFFER'S BOOKSTORE, i j24 . ' No; 18 Market street, Harriflburg. v _, MINCE MEAT. " A. _toEBi_^B article just received , and tor e_^_Q _bf - " . _. ,: WM: dock , Jr., _g op. IJONEY; a delicious article of freeh honey, XX just received and for sale low'by NICHOLS &' BOWMAN, f8 Cor. Front and Market Streets. JUST RECEIVED, 60 boxes of sweet Messina Oranges, for sale, .wholesale and retail, at 7 -- ,. - ,r JPHN WISE'S STORE, _J38 A ' _* *Rirrd _stceet_, near Walnut. ~~^~ r STANDARD, PEAB " aptKBES_^ afeJKi _& Btone Nursery/ _adjoining the _TVTEW_._OBLEANS SUGARS, of .aggrades, of _Xjl _ttlejlpw r t)y NICHOLS 4 BOW_^N,

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

BOSS' CHEMICAL WHITING FLUID, Mahotactokkd bt _thi Amsbjcan Isk Compaht, BotaHAKpros, N. Y. QEE what judges of ink in our city say: We the undersigned having used Boss Bro.'_s Chemical Writing Fluid consider it a _zupaior article and heartily recommend its use to the public: . J. O. Young, _Protnoaotary, Daaph' tn county. S. H. Brenner, Clerk to Prothonotary, do. Joseph Miller, Clerk to _Commissioners. John L. Speel, County _Treasarer. John Rose, Deputy. Recorder and Register. Samuel Marquart, Register. Jacob Shell, Deputy Sheriff. Thoe. H. Norton, Capt. U. S. A., Dis. Offioe. Handy Mix, Auditor General's office. D. O.Maurer_, "• .. " " David Barnes, " " " Jos. Garretaon, " " " Wm.King, " "" " Chas. Corner, " " " M. S. Bower, " " " Alexander Wilson , State Treasurer's office. J. Holcomb , ¦ • _' • ' " A. C. Smith, Attorney-at-law. N. B.—Changes of temperature will not affect his Fluid. All _staeg for sale at KELLER'S DRUG STORE, 31 91 Market street.

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

_WT TESTIMONIAL I _Habrhbcbo, Feb. 20,1863. Mb. S. A. _Euhku, Druggist: Dear Sir: I have great pleasure in testifying to the complete success of your _Btxtkb, _Wdib ot Incur in my case. I have been afflicted for a number of years with weakness, general debility and giddiness, so much so that I have been confined to my bed for the greater part of my time, and have bad the attendance of our best physicians, but received but little benefit. I had despaired of ever regaining my health, until hearing of your inestimable remedy; Brrxbb Wink or Ibon. I determined to try ite virtue, and I am happy to state it has resulted in a complete cure. X anvmore robust and vigorous than I have been ior many, years,; which feeling 1' attribute solely to your BmsB\W5NBO Ibon. I have ho hesitation hi recommending it to others, similarly affected,; and sjiail be happy to bear personal testimony Youra, truly, HABMAN FBISOH. TO THE PUBLIC. _Habjusbubq, Feb. 21,1863. Mb. S. A. Ktjnkbl : This is to cert...

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

Mxmtliantans I _Nf S V, H A _* *) '- • _fflarinr, Fir*- , ami _lulawi iransjioriali'Hi, <>uUftI A_^- 'i_._x. -y Rt HrtuiB i 'tnp_, Pa., of th_" WSURAKCE _COMPASY OF NOKTH AMBRID_5 OF PaiLADEiEHlA. Incorporated 1791— (_JharUjr perpetual. Capital and Assets $1,200 000 DIRECTOBS. Arthur G. Coffin, Samuel W. Jones, John A. Brown, Samuel F. Smith, Charles Taylor, Ambrose White, John B. Neff, iiichard D. Wood, William Welsh, William E. Bowen, James N. _Dickenson, S. Morris Wain, John Mason, Geo. L. Harrison, Francis B. _Coye, Edward H. Trotter, Edward S. Clarke. ARTHUR G. COFFIN, President. CHARLES PLATr, _Secretary. • As central agent for the above named company, the undersigned is prepared to take fire _rkks in any part of the State of Pennsylvania, either annually or perpetually, on the most favorable term,. Office in Walnut street, near Second. WILLIAM BUEHLES, jelO-dly Harrisburg, Pa.

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

STEAM BOILEB8, HAVIN G made efficient and permanent arrangements fox the purpose, we are now prepared to make Steam Boilers of every kind, promptly and at reasonable rates. We shall nee the iron made by Bailey ot Brother, the reputation of which is second to none in the market. None but the best _hands employed. Repairing promptly attended to. Address l_^GLE W0RK8, my22-ly Harrisbnrg, Pa.

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

B, J. HARRIS, Tin and Sheet Iron Ware Manufacturer, NO. 112 M3_LRKR1 STRES7, HABBISBUBG. HAS always on hand a full assortment of Tin and Japanned Ware, Oj _Jdng and Parlor stoves of the best _manufactuxieu, Gutter Spouting, Roofing and Galvanised Iron Cornish , manufactured and put up at reasonable rates_, p?** Repairing promptly attended to. apr30-ly

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

I>BHJE.N0..l.?JJJEAQ|^REL, to _kfob, fa .j « amUy_^uao, _jugt teoeived and for aalc W _JJ14_* r« hrr-mk DOCK,Ji,, ft o&j it ** ' ** :

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