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

- FSGM WESTERN VIRGINIA. THfiVEEY LATEST. _Telegraphic dispatches were received in this city at a late hour last night, confirming the report of a formidable rebel force having invaded Western yirgjnia. . The particulars of their operations have not transpired. - _Assurances, however, have been given by those in position to know, that there is no danger of an invasion of the soil of Penosylvnia. - • —u__—' -— 'nin._t : _' . - Fire near Will!_amsport. ; [Special (o tiie Telegraph _] • < ¦ _WieetjLmspoet, May 1. A large ' bank barn, with its contents, con* Bisting of an immense stock of grain and hay, belonging to Samuel German, was entirely destroyed by fire today. The horses and cows in the barn at the time were removed and saved after great difficulty; It is not known how the fire originated. LATER FROM VIlOKSBURQ _» ONLY ONE TRANSPORT SIJNK_^ New YofkJlay 1. < The _Uribune prints extracts from a letter dated ne«r _Vicksburg, which saystlisvt only one of the,transpo...

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

drTTohnson baltimou e LOCK HOSPITAL TJFAS discovered the most certain, speedy and LX effectual remedies in the world for DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE. KKLIE? IN BIX TO TWHtVB _HOfTftfl. NO MERCUBY OB NOXIOUS DBUGS. A Cure Warranted, or No Charge, in from One k Two Days. Weakness of the Back, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary discharges, Impotency, General Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the Hi art, Timidity, TremblingsDimness of Sight or Giddiness, Disease of the Head, Throat, Nr _se or Skin. Affections of the 'Liver, Lungs _* Stcmach or Bowels—those terrible' disorders _arisibg 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, impoBsiblejT YOUNG MEN Especially, who have** become the victims of Solitary Vice, that dreadful and...

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

I Amount of policy Policv I _^um Bonus of and'bonuB tobe iny% I Insured, addition, creased by future I'. _ic v _> additions. ! No. 89. $2600 $ 887 60 , $3387 60 _T " 132. SOW ' 1060 00 ¦ ¦ ' * 4050 00 \ " 199 1000 -_^400 00 .1400 00 I " 338. j 5000 1876 00 6876 00 j Agent at _Hajrrisburg and vicinify V jelO-dly "" . ' " . _lTFF_^ThTuTa ' n o e The Girard Life Insurance, Annuity and Trust Company oi Philadelphia. OFUCE NO. mCRESlNVl STREET. (CHARTER PERPETUAL.) Capital and Assets —> '...$1,543,386 THOMAS _BJDDGWAY, President. JOHN F. JAMES, Secretary. .: /_CONTINUE to make INSURANCE ON _Kj LIVES' on the most _xeaSonable terms. They act as Executors, Trustees and Guardians under last Wills, and as Receivers and Assignees The capital 1 '_btfng paid up and invested, together With a large and constantly increasing reserved fund, offers a perfect security to tiid insured. •¦• ¦¦¦ :- ¦ s The premiums may be paid yearly, half yearly or quarterly_, u ., : The company add a ...

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

_Jto _2Uu>*rtt0_*mftit0. BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA, Lock Haven, Jersey Shore, Williamsport, Manty, Uniontown, _Wationtown, Milton, Lewisbnrg, Northumberland, Sunbury, _TreTtrton, Georgetown, Lykenstown, Millcrsborg_, Halifax, _Danphin AND _HARRISBURQ. _Ihe Philadelphia Depot being centrally located, the drayage will be at the _loweBt fates. The Conductor goes through with each train to attend to the safe delivery of all goods intrusted to the line, (roods delivered at the depot 6_l FREED, WARD & FREED, " 811 Market street, Philadelphia, by 6 o'clock P. M., will be deliv ered in _Harrisburg the next morning. " " Freight Always as Low as fcy Any Other Line. JOSEPH MONTGOMERY, e Philadelphia and Reading Depot, 0Ct21-tf] Foot of Market Street, Harrisburg. WM. B. BRADBURir_»S r PIANO-FORTE ESTABLISHMENT, No_^ 4_S7 Broome St., NSW. YORK. npHE subscriber respectfully inyjtes the atten-X tion of his _friends _^ and the public generally to hia Piano-Forte Estoblishmentat No...

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

S_$m 'Abvtxtixtmtnts Ayer's Compound Extract Sarsaparilla. NO one remedy is more needed in _thia touatry than a reliable Alterative, but the sick have been so outrageously cheated by the worth less preparations of _Sursaparilla abroad thai they are disgusted even with the name. Yet the drug cannot be blamed for the impositions from which they have suffered. Mo&c of the so-called _Sarsaparillas in the market contain little of the virtues of Sarcaparili* or anything else. They are mere slops—inert and worthless. while a concentrated extract of the active variety of Sareaparilla compounded with Dock. Stillingia, Iodine, etc. ' , is, as it ever will be, a powerful alterative and an effectual remedy-. Such is Ayer's Extract of Sarsaparilla, &s its truly wonderful cures of the 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 something pretend...

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

HI K TELEGRAPH 19 PUBLISHED MORNING AND EVENING, By GEORGE BERQNEB Office Third Street , near Walnut. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. The Daily Telegraph is served to subscribers in i he City at 6 cents per week. Yearly 6Ub3'ribera will be charged $4 00 in advance. Wkekiy Tkucgbaph. The Telegraph is also published .weekly and furnished to _subscribers at the following cash rate? : Single copies, weekly ......$1 00 Tea copies, to one _postoffice 9.00 Tweuty " " " 17.00 Ai'Vekiihiho _ltAiss.—The following are the i _afcjs lor advertising in the Telegiulph, Those having advertising to do will find it convenient for reference. _fif* Four lines or Ias3 constitute one-half square. Eight lines or more than four constitutes a square. OS OB>;aagjttj «m-30_»aHaonHO _H _^t|iiiill|lf|i . t _«.-?{"»»«?*««**« *' 3 _Mlu_^HHH ' * l-_» « a? _*i_> OO 000,0000 _S|aiso»<i|-i 000 _^ ^* O '"** _^^ — _CS *_sj §2' op:CT _" aj-je»<»co»_3 _t~_v *^ 2 "^~»_S §8§8gg...

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

_liliswllanwms. f _oTIT_ o¥sli ~ CORNER OF - MARKET SX AND MAE&ET _SUUaKE_, _EARRISBUBG, PA. _JOSEfli F. MCCLKL..1N, PROPKIBTOB. (_bsosntxt oonductkd by wells oovb&ly.) This ifl ft First Class Hotel, and located in the central part of the city. It is kept in the|best manner, and its patrons will find every accommodation to be met with in the best houses in the country. se30-dtf _UNITED STATES HOTEL. Ke lilted and Renovated. L. W. TEN EYC_£, _PaopaiKroa, _fs_^HIS popular and commodious Hotel has " J been newly rentted and furn i shed throughou <. _Jt6 _parloTa and chambers, and ia now ready for _itT_Q reception of guests for the winter The * _trav_^'u _' g public will find the United States llotel the . _WBt convenient in all particulars, of any HuW to «» Stete Capital, on account of its access to the raibroed, being immediately between the t<*0 great depots in this Ii ' _arbisburo, Dec. 29,_18t>3. -&n _^ ~ SMITH & EWBSG, ; AT ...

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

FRESH SJBBBSJ; * \\F& have received for this _seas_^_h more t|ian "VV out our usual stock of ' ;V _, FLOWEB SEEDS! i Some choice varieties on hand. Also, Gar: den and _YegotaUe _eeed_? of the best quality) KKit_^RS DRUG STORE, j mr27 91 Market street. S H: BIBLES AKD HYMIf_, BOOK_^f A LA UGE and splendid _stoekN>| Pocket and Family Bibles. _T_^ , ' _\c Presbyterian, Methodist, LututJian, ' German Befoimcd_, and other Hymn Books_; just ropeiv-.ed at B£RGNEB'S CHkAJi' BuOKSTORJfc-y GOAL OIL, a further reduction in Goa_^ [Oil; superior article of non-explogiva Coal! Oil, for sale very low, by .. , NICHOI_^ & BOWMAN,, mrll Cor. Front acid Market_^_ia. '¦» _AitONt)._* Citron, and _Ourrants, 'or isale| by JX NICHOLS & _BOWMXN, ii_9 Cornat Front «_od Market 8iz_.

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

FRESH aROCERIES ! . NICHOLS & BOWMAN, \ (Corner of -Fronti _anti Market Streets,) j ABE constantly -receiving from firet hands large stocks of choice family groceries, pW chased for oath, which _thdy _arefthereby _enabled to sell at very Bmall advance on city whoMsale prices They would respectfully inform the DUblic that they do not-ideal in nor keep_;toy totoxicating liquors in tiny quantity, large ) 01 email. _: mr _^ h:ermbticai-i_*y beai*bd. FKACHES, . TOMATOES,. _' j PME APPLE/ _SAliMOX _, J LOBSTER, SABDINESH . For sale by WM. DO&K, Jr. * CO. ¦

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

%\ _]_t J wig _Cfltjjrajrfr HAKRISBUUU_, PA Saturfluy _fiveniBg, May 2, 1868 UNION STATE CONVENTION. Too LOYAL CITIZENS OF PENNSYLVANIA, without distinction of party, who desire cordially to unite in sustaining the NATIONAL AND STATE ADMINISTRATIONS, in theirpatriotic efforts to suppress a sectional and un holy rt-bellion against tbe UNITY OF THE EBPUBLIC, and who desire to support, by every power of the Government, our heroic brethren in arms, who are braving disease and the perils of the field to preserve tho UNION OF OUR FATHERS, aro requested to select a number of Delegates tqual to their Legislative _representatives of the State, at each times and in snch ~ m:iui.er as will best respond to the spirit of 'this call, to meet In STATE CONVENTION, at PITTSBURG, on WEDNESDAY, the FIRST DAY OF JULY next, at eleven o' clock, a.<m., on said day, to nomi. nate _cmdidates for the offices of GfOVERNOR anJ JUDGE OF. THE SUPREME _ICOURT, and to take' _such measures as may be de...

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

_tftw _3ltoerti0tmtnt0. WANTED —Eight wood choppers. Good wages will be paid. Inquire at PBTEB BISHOP'S; two miles below the Dauphin county poor house. ' my2_J4t° FIB SALE —Two building lots, 20 feet . front and 110 feet deep, on _Comberland street, below the Bidge road. my2 THEO. F _SCHEFgEB. LOST—Yesterday, in going to the Round H-use, a chi 'd_'s bai red WOOLEN SH AWL Al«o, a femalfl ( _ANApY BIRD. The find r will be suitably rewarded' by retu ning the above to TH_0MA8 _MTJLLIN, m}2dlt<> Cor. of Sixth and South Sta KEYSTONE BASE BALL CLUB. nnHE regular stated meeting, of. the Keystone A Club will take place Monday, May the 4th, at 8 o'clock, p. m: Punctual attendance is required. By the Secretary. . ¦,, my2-2t* NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that letters of administration were this day _fcsoed to the subscribers, on the estate of Daniel Hain, late of Middle Paxton township, Dauphin county deceased. All creditors of said estate will present, their claims, and t...

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

[Written for the TtUgrag h.\ ' : DR. KEYSTONE'S C0NVEBSAT_1ONS. — ' • In _vrlxich tJie Doctor Discuses tbe Copperbeod Distinction berareen the Qotcntment and tbe Administration. ' The Doctor is a-man of large study, great observation, eminently pious, and a thorough patriot. The infirmitiea of age have mtfde visible inroads on his physical powers; but fail to effect an intellect of much more than ordinary strength. A sound thinker, and an interested _spectator of passing events, his opinions are worthy of the record I make of them. The. reader must, become familiar with the Doctor through his words, for in estimating his character I feel as if I were in the position of the counter scales when they attempted to give the weight of the eleven-inch cannon ball—not quite equal it. The Doctor has no opinions that he is afraid to express, and may, by mauagement j be induced to converse on almost any _subject. ¦ * * ¦- ¦ ' ¦¦>¦ ¦ i This Will account for the variety of topics discus...

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

THE ABMt OF TBS PQT.0_MP ¦—*»—^- - ' ' <\ FUKTUKK NEWS OF THB _ADVANOB — .—.*___. . _^ Grossing and Fight at Kelly's Ford - « _¦ » ¦ The Kebel Colonel Hammond Captured • ¦ > ' ' _ht L /a. . Between Five and Six Hundred Prisoners Captured; Wa_9HINqton, May 1, From tha "best attainable information from_, persons arriving from the Rappahannock it appears that some important movements of the army took place on Wednesday, although there was no .fighting of any _imnortance. ThVUoited States forces crossed the Rappahannock at Ee ly 's Ford. , .Pontoon bridges were laid two or three ' miles below Fredeifckfiburg, and we took possession df those pointe _. onr _Wednesdayv night. A \ . 'The enemy ' formed lines ' of battle, and planted batteries on the heights of their fear, and ' also ' fired a few _fchdta in ocd_«r to . get the range. . In crossing we lost one or two officers killed, and from thirty to,forty men wounded. / Our men crossed _fiistin boats, drove the rebel pic...

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

FROM NEW ORLEANS. «•» ¦¦ Later News from General Banks. »_#> NEWS FROM MEXICO. <¦> THE SIEGE OF PU£BLA. , . ¦ ?* ¦ Heavy £._osses on Botb Sides-... . • r-_%»—— Nsw Yokk, May 2. The steamer Creole has atrived, with New Orleans dates "i» the 28d ult. and Havana of the 27th. There is nothing later1 from General Banks, except that on the 21st ult., he occupied Opelousa and Washington, and-'that, the column was resting for the day at'the latter place. The want of horses for the cavalry wa < being supplied from thecountry round about. Seven hundred horses Had been brought into _Opelousa. The brig St. Mary, at New Orleans, reports that on the 8th inet, off Pass a l'Ontre, she was followed into shoal water by a schooner having the appearance of and supposed to >e a pilot boat. The brig got- ashore when the schooner kept away.. ,; . -., ; A letter from Havana dated, the 27th ult., reports the arrival of the French steamer Louisiana at Santiago on the 22d,...

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

Itestrtactionof Allison 's& Murphy 's Car Factory b_*1 Flrie. " _PrrrjcADELPHi_/vMay 2. Murphy & Allison's immense car factory, at Nineteenth and Market/was destroyed tby fire this morning. The property; comprised three buildings, occupying a site of 110 by 177 feet-All'the valuable machinery aud twenty pars were consumed. Loss $100,000: insurance only$16,000. ,, _' _, ' " -V! , * , -_^Frojn. f_^_rSern, N. p. . - -~-n - " -¦ N*w Tobk, May 2. The_^_steain ' er Aibknyl arrived at_^'tKis . _; port from NewberB; f«_May. _' She bringslio news. From So-vl Francisco. San Feancisco, May 1. The small steamer Ada Hancock, emplujol in carrying passengers from thd wharf at_,San-Pcdro to the steamer Senator, which _ancLorsia deep water, five miles from the landing, explo der her boiler on ihe 27th ult., _killiog 40 out of the 60 passengers aud wounding all the balance except sevrn. Among the killed were Captain Seday, Wm S. B. _Sinford, Frederick Keerlin, a son of the late Al...

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

fates * bg _Ctltppl_. THE WAR IN ARKANSAS. DEFEAT OP THE REBELS AT MONTI CELLO. BRILLIANT VICTORY IT GRAND LAKE. ¦ ¦ _¦ ¦ «¦> --Capture of One Thousand Rebels, Two Rams, Three Gnnboats and Four Transports. Railroad Communication Interrupted ' . ' <¦¦¦> ' : ' ¦ ' im>—r—_- CraciHHATTi_, May 2. _Genj Carter crossed the Cumberland below Somerset, Kentucky, yesterday, with 5,000 men and attacked the rebels at Monticello. After severe fighting he drove them from the town. The Charleston Mercury says the Federals at " Grand Lake captured 1,000 rebels, 2 rams, 4 transports and 3 gunboats. - * ' '! A telegram from Brookville, Georgia_^ to flon. John Foieyth, Mobile, says the Federals havetaken May hew, on the Mobile and Ohio railroad,, 18 miles fiom Columbus, Mississippi. _Jhis movement is threatening the Southern railroad communication generally. A large force of Federals were within 12 miles of Huston, Mississippi, on the 19th. They are designing to destroy th...

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

_fXSE BOTTLEdFEWING_?S BLOOD PHYSIO (very-agreeable to the taste)ismore _effectively cleansing the circulation, and thus removing all diseases which aris-). from an impure state of the blood, than om dozkk _bottxis ot Saksa-PARniai. It is not a _Sareaparilla, although it contains as much of that drug as is usually found in preparations purporting to be pubs Sarsaparilla. It depends for Us success upon a far more _dctiot _depttratxee agent. It contains not a particle of mercury, but on the contrary is the best antidote ever yet discovered for tbe _ravages of that insidious and dangerous poison. It is warranted to _dtivo out and' thoroughly remove all diseases which arise from an impure circulation which are curaWc b y any meant Oae dollar per bottle, six bottles for $6 Principal depot , EWLNGVS DRUG STORE, 280 Baltimore street, Baltimore. For sale in Harri burg by D. W GROSS & CO _, _Druggibta. " |>pl7 lui<>

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

MARKETS BY TELE GRAPH. _Phjladilphia, May 2. Not much shipping demand for floor and only 1, 600 bbls sold at $6 for _tupei fine ; $6 60 for extra and $7 87_J for extra family; receipts small and but very little demand. Bye flour _steady at $5®5 25. Corn meal at $425. Not much, demand for whisky and ;only 8,000 _bnsh. red _sold_,at.$l 68_@1 7_X). fiye seady> at $106.w Corn dull Jsuiea'OfJ_.OOO bush- at 90c forJx)thyeHo. w_^ndiwhire _rf _^ 8,000buduof_^_pats1 sold at 80_@82c. Cotton._^ull at 66@66_Jc.-_^- Coffee held firmly; no Rio here in first hands, andBtockof other kinds only reaches 2,000 bags. Sugar and molasses are fair. In provisions_, no _chauge; sales of mess-pork at $15 25 @16 50 and 200 tierces of hams in pjckle at 8$ @9_£c. Lard steady at 10£@llc for bbls., and 12c for _ktgs., Whisky firmer, ealed of Pennsylvania and Ohio at45@46c. : V _Uiw York, May 2 Cotton dull at 66@66Jc, Flour dull, at a destine of 6c; sales of 600 bbls. at $5 _90_@6 05 for State; $6 96@7 06...

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

_UARRlbBUBQ, PA. Saturday Kvniin-, May % 1863. _TOWtf AND COUNTRY. At a public mbitikg held by the colored citizens ot Harrisburg, in the B«_ihel church, April 29fh, Rev. Wm. Jones presided in the chair, and the meeting was opened with prayer. Tbe meeting was for tbe purpose of i omloating a board of truste- s for the Harris Free cemetery, to te _elected for the term of two _yearc. The election will take place on Monday next, May 4ih, at 2 o'clock p. m., at the _Wtsleyan. church, corner of South street _arjdTanners alley. The object of this meeting waB ably discussed by a number of gentlemen. Resolved, That we nominate seven trustees, two for each church, and three to represent tbe people in general. I hope the people will not fail to turn out unanimously and vote the whole ticktt. The _following ia a list of the trustees : Curiy Taylor, Gaily Robert, Rev. Edward Bennett, Mr. _Doreey, Zachariah Johnson, Samuel Bennett, James People. J. H. _DICKERSON, ¦ _myldSi_* _Secretary. Th...

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

L Court Proeeedingfl In the case of the Com. vs. Mary Snyder , charging her with, _hssviag caused the death of her child, the jury returned" a verdict of not guilty. ' ' ' " ¦ " ' -: _< - . _j Com. vs. Anson H. Phelps. Fornication and Bastardy, on oath of 0. Kramer. No true bill and prosecutor ordered to pay costs. - The following, cases conclude;the labors of the Grand Jury on the bills laid before them: Com. vs. John _Bradford. Assault and battery, on oath of Robert Humphreys. No true bill and prosecutor ordered to pay costs. Com. vs. J. H. Hancock. False pretence, on oath of Scott Coyle. No true bill found and prosecutor ordered to pay coats. Com. vs. Jacob Cowan. Afcsault and battery, on oath of William Groff. No true bill and prosecutor to pay costs. Com. vs. Amos Cowan. Assault and battery, on oath of Elizabeth .Cowan. No true bill and prosecutor to pay costs. Com. vs. John Stouffer and Jane Bostgan MaliciouB muchie ' f, on oath of Leah? Ferree No true bill and pr...

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