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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

MRS. WINSLOW_, Au experienced Nurse and Female Physician, presents to the attention of mothers_* her SOOTHING SYRUP, For Children Teething, which greatly facilitates U10 procoss of teething, by soil ening tbe«ums-,reducing all iunammation—will allay A1X PAIN, and spasmodic action, and is SURE TO REGULATE THE _BOWELS. * Depend upon it, mothers, it will give rest to yourselves, ANDRELIEF AND HEALTH TO YOUR INFANTS. Wo havo put up and sold thi3 article for over ten yearsand can saynr con- . hobnob and truth, what we have never been ablen. to say of any other medicine—NEVER HAS IT L * FAILED, IN A SINGtH INSTANCE TO EFFECT A P CURE, when Umely used. Never did we know an in-p_} stance of dissatisfaction by any one who* used it. On _^. the contrary, all are delighted with its operations>_" and speak in terms of highest commendation of 0O its magical effecU and medical virtues. We speak ¦ in thia matter "what we do knowY_£ alter ten years'-j. experience, and ' plkugk OUR REPUTAT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

DE. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS, AND DR. IIOOFLA\D'S BALSAMIC _CORDIAL, The great standard medicines of the present uge, hiuveaiqyirMl their great popularity only through ygQrs of trial- Unbounded satisfaction is rendered by them in all cases; and the people have pronounced them worthy. liver Complaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Debility of the Nervous System, Diseases of tbe Kidneys, and all diseases arising from a disordered liver or weakness of the stomach and digestive organs, are speedily and permanently cured by /._^GERMAN BI_^TERg/s ' The Balsamic Cbrdial has acquired a reputation Surpassing that of any similar preparation extant. It will,cure, without fail, the most severe and longstanding ' Hough, Cold, or _Hoarsoness, Bronchitis, _?_n< £uenza, Croup, Pneumonia, Incipient Consumption, and has performed the most astonishing ewes ever known of Confirmed Consumption. A few doses will also at once check and cure the most severe Diarrhoea proceeding from Cold in tub Bowels. * ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

SHEET ID HOOK MUSIC. ' PIA_^_TO FORTES. orga_^ _Harmoniums and _, MELODEONS! VIOLINS, _GUITAES, FLUTES, &c, MIJSICAL MERCHANDISE IN GENERAL. No 9_Q Market _Street. WILLIAM KNOCHE. JDOLE AGENT for the _Baieof Schomacker ,*3 & Go's., celebrated Pianos anil Mason & Hamlin's 'Melodeona and Organ Harmonium_^ by _si>eclal appoint ment t . , _Naw Pianos and _Ifelodooosalways on hand. ¦ Second hand instruments taken as _ijart payment for new ones. Sheet _Uusio of all ' kinds from a leading publishing1 House in Philadelphia. CUizena and. others desiring Instruments, Sheet or Book _Music.&re respectfully invited to cajl at No.02 Marlcot street, or they will bo waited- upon by making their _wtsfies known to W. KNOOflB. _, All orders, by mail or otherwise will be promptly attaided Iu. mar2-dly-rd-jnn27 NEW MUSIC STORE. No. n Market Street, Harrtebarg. SHEET MUSIC, Instruction Books, MUSICAL H£B€HMDIS£ GEKKBA1LY. PIANOS, MELODEONS, GUITARS, VIOLINS, _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

FRANK A. MURRAY, (Successor to Wm. Parkill,) LIVERY -ft EXCHANGE STABLE, THIRD STREET BELOW MARKET. TTAYING _ipurchased the interest of J. XjL Q Adam3 in the establishment, and made large additions U) Ihc slock, the undersigned is prepared to _accommodate the public with Sdphuor _Hoxsbb for saddle or carriage purpo_»csaiid with every variety of VEHICLES of Uie latest aud most approved stylos , on reasonable terms. _j l'l.K ASUKK PARTIES will be accommodated with Omnibuses at short uotice CARRIAGES ANU OMNIBU3KS FOR FONKRAL OCCA SIONS will be furulshiM_, accompanied by careful and obliging _driveis i lie invius an inspection or bis Stocksatisfleil that It is fully equal to tllal ot any other establishment «f the kind _lo lowii. i FKANK A. MURRAY. BRANCH STABLE The undersigned has opened a branch of his "I.IVKRY and EXCHANGE 3TABI,K J1 in the buildings lately occupied by-A. W. Barrtlu Fourth street opposite th • Bethel, where ha is prepared to accommodate tho 1 ublic with _HORSED au...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

SANFORD'S FAMILY CATHARTIC. PILLS . t ' : ^»siP0UNDED FROM PUKE VEGETABLEl _BEXTBAfJTS, AND PUT UP IN GLASS CASES, AIR TIGHT, AND WILl/KEEP IN _iNY CLJ.MATE, The FAMH.Y CATHAR- • TIC PILL fs a gentle bu active Cathartic which the 03 proprietor has used in his practice more thau twenty J years. Tbe constantly inereaa-" Ing demand from _thoso who havo long used toe PILLS M ind_^io ._^ satisraction which all express in regard to K_4 thiiroBOihas induced me lo place thorn within the a. reach of all. Tbe Proiession _weU known thatdifiterent Cathartics act on different portions of ther _. bowels. _^ ., _, Tbe FAMILY OATH AR-W. WC PILL hasvUh due reference to this well estab M _Usbcd Tact, been compounded from a variety or the | purest Vegetable Extracts, which act alike on overy _^ part of tho _alimeuury oanal, and are pood and toft _fl In all c&sea where a cathartic Is needed, such as _^ _Dtranfftmmti <f Stcmaek Sleepinen, Pains in the 7J Back and LoituOos&vc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

SANFOB^>_ST LIVER IN VIGOR ATOR NEVER DEBILITATES. IT is compounded entirely from Gums, and has become an established_^facl, a Standard liedloine, known and _approvedJM by all that bare used it, and is now resorted to l*| with confidence in all _tho diseases for which it is re- O commended. 3 It has cured thousands b within the last two years who had given up all hopes _^ • of relief, «s tho numerous unsolicited certificates in 2 my possession show. Tbe dose must be adapt- _pj ed to the temperament 61 lhelndividualtakiDgitand Q used in such quantities as to act gently on the bowels. 3: - - _, Let tho dictates' of your V9 judgment guide you in the useorthellVERINVI60-|H RA1OB, and it will cure Ijtkx CoaptAiyrs, Biuitics _^ Attacks, Dyspkpsia,ChroniUlhARRaoKASnHJina<Coic-fa» plaints, _Dysbmtkry , Dropsy Sour StomachHabit- rjj vxl _Cosrnvwnss, Cbouo, Cholera _Horbus; Cholera "_^ I.vfaktuiiF l a t c l k .n _cb, Jaunuicb_, Femalic Wkak- nesses, and may bo used successfu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

MOURNING GQ0DS. ? new assortment opened this morning_^ GINGHAMS. I _SM_^JpHAIJJS. I _GRENADINES. • LAWNS. • I'6RB_£»<'ltAlJLZ. | BEREQE3. Serene for Shawls, with a Toll%tock of all kind ot MOURNING GOODS. yfi A. OATHCART Next to the _Harrisburg Bank. N ECTA!RI_»JB8 ! ! l-_^Aiottor large and very superior supply just received bjr - WM. POCK. J_«- ROOFIKG SLATE. tHE_' _Biflfflfcnbejr_? respectfully announca tfiai th _' ey _wurrurn_%and pat on SLATE ROOFING 1 Slate, from the cerebrated Lancaster County Quarries, whjch is _unsurpassedby any other Slate in the market. Our work will be done by the most ezporieuced workinen, and warranted to _gTve satisfaction myptf E. BYEBS & CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

Select Schools for Boys aud Girls. FRONT STREET ABOVE LOCUST. teBafijPall term of ROBERT* M'ELWEE'S ¦_a.-_^toUoopK_^ai»yo[ witt o _|_iuu Ou-tiw ia_»t-Mona>y _i_» _MROSt. tfie _rtnjb iswoll ventilated, comlorUblyTur _Bilhad, and in «very respect well adapted for sctiool _CATHARINE li'BIJWB>8 School for girls, located in tb| same bu_|_Mint,. will opeo for the fall term at the same tlnie_. Tho Voom \_raa boan elbgantly fitted up during the vatatiou, gi prom_^o the hoalth and coiigbrt of scholars. PE_^A. _I_^MALE COLLEGE, AT HARRISBURG. REV._J.S. WAUGm-4L J/., PRINCIPAL 1T\ H E Seventh Annual Session begins I Thursday, _September 1st. Educational advantages and locality _unsurnftssed. Boarding Pupils surrounded by all tbe influences or the Christian home. Circulars contajn{ng full Information cau bo obtained at tho College. V aug26d2w

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

_^ IffefHE _$EF_£_^OjR _OQUWTBY. mfllS Valuable Patent Portable Gas Light I . k offered to _thejpoblic in nil) confidence over every othe_^_iGaa light ia _existence for Simplicity, Safety Econofay and Brilliancy or Light in any temperature ; at U _devad o£ any smell or Bmoko, giviug a steady, cheap, and tMliant Ga9 Light, Mid it requires no trimming.— This _lmt is uuder com pie tS controlbeing regulated by tho scjfeto ap as to be _redHce_^froin & ful l blazo to a.small onesock as is suitable for a night _lanoy_, and is quickly _je«tor«_u.lt3 full capacity. It is admiraUy adapted lor _XUurc_%3i Stores, * Batols, Dwellings, LocWe Rooms, ' Halls, factories, Oinal Boau, and _Rallread Carsor vrheroyeck good light is desired. Parties desirous of securing the rt&iLof/Tferrltory for this valuable invention that will commend _tts«ir,xan _Uo.so-bjr c&Uini_; atNo_^42 _^iu-lcetgtreel , WlegUing'sBulldlng, where ttrey will be otf ._^libitien and for sal t) for a Tew day...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

El. ID. _iSroas & €a. D. W. GROSS & CO., wholesale: and retail. DRUGGISTS, No. 19 MARKET STREET, HARRISBURG, PENN'A. DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STORE' KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS, We are daily adding to our assortment of goods all such articles as ire desirable, and would respectfully dall your attention to the largest and best selected _stook of DRUGS, CHEMICALS & PAINTS OUs, Varnlsbe* and Glues, Ojre-Suuib, GUsa and Patty, Artist Colon and Tools, . Pare Ground _Hplces, Bnritlug Fluid and Alcohol, 7 Lard, Sperm and Pine Oils,' Bottles, Vials and Lamp Globes, . Cast lie Soaps, Sponges and Corks, Ac, &c., &c., &c., <_Ste., &c., &«., With a general variety of PEEFTJMEEY ft TOILET _ARTICLES , selected from tbe best manufacturers and PeTfumers of Europe and this country. . Being .very large dealers in Pf _tiflte_, White Lead, Linseed Oil, Varnishes , Window Glass, Artist* . Colors, Faint and Artist's Brushes in ail the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

ffltbical DR. JOHNSON, BaUamor. Lock Hospital Hab discovered tho most certain, _apoarfy and effectual remedv iu tbe world fot _DISEASBS OF IMPRUDENCE tKUKF IK BIX K> tWELVE HOVkh No Mercury w Noxious Drugs. «ar* a Curb Wawuxtkd, or xo Cbarci. _ix «om o»« to Two Date. -Bt. _Weainess of the Back or limbsStricture*PaUU ¦<> the Loins, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Organic Weakness, Nervous Debility, Decay of the Physical Powers, Dyspepsia Languor, Low Spirits, _Conftisfcra of Ideas palpitation of the Hearttimidity, TremblingsDimness oi licht or Giddiness, Disease of the Stomach. Affections oi the HeadThroatNose or Skin_^those terrible _disordeis arising from the indiscretion or Solitary Habit* or Youth—those _draadtul anddestrucUve practices which produce _constitntional debility, render marriage impossible, and _doBtrov both body and mind. YOUNO HEN. Youug men especially who have become the victims ol solitary Vice, that dreadful and destructive ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

> WM. J. STEES, ~ CARRESTER AND JOBBEB, <X>&i_$_jgW_£!r&T AND FRONt _MREKTS. J OBBING of all kinds done at short notice, in good style, and on reasonable terms. aprO-dtf r>K. F. J. S. GrOKGrAS, BE NT 1ST. MEMBER OF IBB FACULTY OF BALTIMORE COLLEGE OF DENTAL SURGERT. DURING the monthB of November, December, January and February, Dr. GORGAS is absent from Harrisburg attending to bis duties at the Baltimore Dental College. All ol the year , besides the above named months, Dr. G. can be found in his office in Harrisburg, on Third street, nearly opposite tho Daily Tklkcjuph Printing Office mar30-dtf JOHN F. FELDER, /_CHERRY ALLEY, (between Second and \J Third streets,) Harrisburg, having returned from tho city of Philadelphiawhere he selected a Splendid Stock of Goods, begs leave to inform the public that he is now prepared to manufacture UMBRELLAS AND PARASOLS, of the latest style and in the most workmanlike manner; and alsoto execute al...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

_iJilisccllancous. WHOLESALE GROCERS, _OPPOSITK TUB PENN ' A DEPOT, _licg leave to say to MercbaDfe aud Hotel Keepers, that they bave recently increased their facilities fot getting GOODS FROM JNEW YORK, PHILADELPHIA AND BALTIMORE, And would hereby call the attention oi all purchasers to their LARGE STOCK OF LEADING ARTICLES* WHICH THEY _ATvE • SELLING «AT CITY _PFBCCS ! ADDING FRK_1Q h ' t . Orders for the folio whig goods will be promptly filled: ; r : ¦ Coffee, Sug-ai*_, Molasses, Teas, Tobacco, Cigars, Soaps, Caudles, Fluids, Cheese, Spices, Starcb, ; Bacon; Hams, Oil, Tar, Fish, Salt, Cemeut, Plaster, _FLOTXEe;_. GKR_/_1AXET' TIMOTHY AND CLOVER SEED, IRON, NAILS, &c, &_6., &c. Haertsbcrq, Februan' 26-tf.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

MASUR7 & WHITON 111 Fulton St., and 50 Ann St. NEW YORK, nunnucnntKRa ov WHITE LEAD, ZINC PAINTS AND ( OI OILS , VARNISHES, ETC. mpoRTuts cr English, French and German Artists' Mutn. • FINE COLORS IN OIL AND WAIKi I W1NSOR 4 NEWTON'S TUBE &CAKKu>l.lii- I BRUSHES, j UaIITBKATICAI. & DRAnnnTKUCN'n IvsmUll ' ' DRAWING AND _TllACINQ rAlKK Stereoscopes, Stereoscopic Vi< •«> ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC., KTi . The particular _attention of Painters, Drain _n •' _> ' I ia called to the new Patent Method of _puit_.i.,. "i _^ and Zinc Paints in _MJTTAUC CANS, of wl.i. 1. V • . WartOM are the Sole Proprietors. 4 These Cans are intended hy the luveutur t« '• ' _" difficulty heretofore existing in tho i<uuu.f _w ' 4 and Zinc in small kegs. AH consumer- _t_>i i«' aware that tho ton-on Lead and Zinc _jmt "!¦ " '• wooden packages ,is from fie* to ten _p> c.n.' .mi '• _casoe i»>wji noro, nwing to the ai>*»rpiiou &am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

¦ftiluPATJj N T rfiBSHrl SEWING - _^MBf M AC HIN £ S _^_SH_^^Ik_^Qaw Bave gained ttio _cooftdence S_^_H_^^^^R_$hhn& _ of all who use them , and |^^^HH{ w provftd one of the most |^^^^^^^^^ _Hn|jHB valoablo inventions of the g_^^^^^^ H_^K ago. They uso a Shuttle, *S_^J_^^^^^^^^^^ making the Lock Stitch on • "^^^^¦¦_SSSff both dues of the cloth alike which cannot be unravelled or pulled out They are all made with the _highest _^necbauical skill and all warranted to work weJfejft'HuFjkinds of goods ' from the Lightest Fabric to Heavy Leaver. fa particular ' we would call the attention of _aUIUroojt JRamily Sewing Machine. It has boen mannJactared _eSressly for Family Uso. and has met favor froinall. _ttfa so simplified as to render it almost impossible to get out of order or derange iis operations, Indeed it is _so>«mplo as to astonish one _. tbat _sp Email a _plesetf m£Cbani*m will sew. No. 1, Is a very _convenioat style, whfoh can bo worked by band or toot, on or off...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

FLOUR _GROCJERY ' ' ¦ " ¦ ' ¦- ; ¦ ANir -_^ -' '-¦ • ' PROVISION STOKE! _\NO. 106 MARKET STREET, BARRIABUBO _HPflE SUBSCRIBER having now com-I pleted bis arrangements for a consmnt supply of Flour, Saint Louis Mills, Double Extra Floor, one of the best brands now manufactured in the United States. likewise Southern Ohio Star Brand, a ve/y fine article*. _Theso brands are made of the very best white-wtaeal jn tho country, and may be relied on as a superior FAMILY FL0DR, * / AIJ9O, Hostetter's Extra White Wheat/_FsmUy Jiour a good article. Also, some or the best of _PiperQneDauphin County Brands, all of which will be sold: as low as can be LJKEWISB, Buckwheat Meal, a very-pure and fine article; Corn Meal, always fresh, Kill Feed, 3fie.,- 4c—Corn and Oats, by the bushel, or small measure. PROVISIONS.—Hams, Dried Beef, a _Bnportar article. Tongues, Balognas, taf. _* ' 9 FRUITS.—Green Apples, Lemons, &c. Dried Fruits, Dried Peaches'pared, a fine article _unpared, Dried-Apples, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

_Jnenranrr (Sompamcs . DELAWARE M U 11 a I SAFETY INSTJRAU CE COM pa* \ S. E Comer of Third and Walnut .sir,. . PlilLA DEL PHI A. INCOKPOKATEI) 18 •}', MAKINti iNtfUKANCliS on W.s _^u Cargo aud Freight _toall |M>rUs or il._v s\\.: 1.1 INLAND INSUB A NCKS ou _OckkIs by _Hu_^.i _,_^ Lakes and ljind _Cirriagiy to all \<ix\* of _il,.- Ii,i,,_j 1 IREINSDRANCBSon MerchandiM ptiuraliy hlr< Stores, Dwelling Houses, *c. AS3BIS OF THK COMPANY, November _Ui i« . $898,804 70. November 10, i,$_. The Board ol _lUrectora have thU da; declared * j, ' ,, _dand ol SIX PKK CENT. In Cash, on tbu _Cai.iui ._n.,-t aud SIX PKR CKNT. on the Scrip ol _thf Company. ,., able on _andTtfter 1st the proximo. ' ' They have also declared a Scrip Piviili-udorTW' i-Mv FIVE PKR CKNT. ou the Original 8lo,k, an_.i ,.ti „ Karnest I'reiniums for the year ending (AiotHT . 1 _^. . Certificates for which will be issued to u,,- _p.,rii, -, titled to the _sainti, on and after the first of u-_&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

Hints of _(_Eraittl & (Eransportatioi CHANGE OF SCHEDULE ON THI fi§9HH!99S9RH! PENNSYLVANIA RAIL ROAD _r\N AND AFTER MONDAY, APRIL V/ Hth1859. the Passenger Trains on tho Pennsylvania Railroad will arrive at and leave _Harrlsburg as folnil :— EASTWARD. FAST LINE arrive* at 2.22 A. M., aud leaves at 2.30 A. U Tois Train stops at Mlddletown, Elizabethtown, Mt. Joy, Lancaster, Lemon Place, Parksburg, _Uowningtown, »nd at rives at Philadelphia at 6 60 A. M. THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN arrives at 6.50 A. M., leave* a>0_>9_?A_< M i stops at WlddletowD, Elizabethtown, lit. 16t, Lancaster, Lemon Place, Parksburg, Downingiown, and arrives) at Philadelphia at 9.65 A. M. lit. JOT ACCOMMODATION TRAIN via H. and L. H. B,,leaves at 7.60 A. M.,stops at all the way stations, couricts with the LANCASTER TRAIN which arrives at Philadelphia at 1240 P. M. • MAJL TRAIN via the Harris bnrg and Lancaster Road, arrives at 12.66 P. M., leaves at 1.10 P. M., stops at Ulddletown...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Pennsylvania Daily Telegraph — 6 September 1859

1859, 1859. Northern Central Railway I NOTICE. CHANGE OF SCHEDULE. Oi N AND AFTER MONDAY, MAY 2, I860the Passenger Trains on the Northern Centra way will leave and arrive at Harrisburg as follows SOUTH. BUFFALO AND NIAGARA EXPRESS. From Harritburg. From Baltimore Loavo Harrisburg 2.46 a. m. I Leave Baltimore 3.00 p. v. ArrlV0inBaHimore7.16A.M.) Arrive in Harrisb'g 7.26p.m NIGHT EXPRESS. tnm Ilamsburg. . From _QaUimore Leave Harrisburg 7.16 a. m. 1 Leave Baltimore..6.00p. u. ArrlvoinBaitim_'el2J6p.J(. | Arrive inHarrlsb_' gl0.40p._ji HAIL TRAIN. Inm Sarrubnra. Brom Baltimore Leave Harrlsburg 1.20 p. m. I Leave Baltimore.. 7.30 a. m. Arrive In Baltimore 6.20p.m. I Arrive taHarrUb'gU._fiOi.M. We only train leaving for Baltimore on Sunday will he tfciM&A.ii. WORTH. MAIL TRAIN. Qtm Btrriiburg. From _WOliamsport _LeaveHwrlsburg 12.45p.m. I LeavoWIUtamsport8.30a.m. Arr'eittWilliain9p't6.00P.M. | Arrive inHarrlsb'gl2.60P.M. BUFFALO AND NIAGARA KXRPBS3. From _EacmO Mrg. From WUUa...

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