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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

_JStrxt _ytimtxixstmtnls. Ayer_'s _Compbnnd Extract Sarsaparilla, , ' ; NO one remedy is mure needed in this, country than a, _reliable Alterative , but the ' sick have b 'een so outrageously cheated by the worth less _preparatitins of Sirsaparilla -abroad' that they are di-gusted even with the _namo. • Yet the drug _crnnot be blamed for the _imposition from which they have suffered. Mode of the so-called _Sareaparillas ih the _maiket cohtaiu little of the viitues of _Sarsaparill* or anytbiug else. They are mere _slops_._rxinert and woitb 1_^68, while a concentrated ex_,toact of the active variety of _Bartaparilla compounded wiih'Dotk, Srlllingia, Iodine, etc., is, as it ever will-be, a powerful alterative and an effectual remedy. Such is _Ayerjs _Extract of _Sarsaparilla, as its truly wonderful cures of the great variety of complaints " which require an alterative medicine'bkve abundantly shown. Do not, iherefore _< discard this invaluable medicine, ._because you, ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

The _Bebel Movements in Kentucky _Cihciknati, May 19. Dispatches from Somerset, Ky., say the rtbe force in Wayne and Clinton counties is increasing. They are said to have 17y000 men, witb 14 pieces of artillery. Four regiments of in Fantry have passed through Jamestown; twenty four regiments are reported at Monistowp, EhbI _Tennessee.; General: Buckner is said to be al 31lDtOU. T&ero are rebrl pickets on the Cumberland tt every-available point.. Tbe Cumberland ii ailing and; will soon be fordable unless wehav« rain, u Twenty three bodies of the men of the New _Fersey jegiinent who were drowned, have been ecovered. _Tue rebel General's. B. Buckner has been _issigned to the command of the D<:partmeut of SaBt Tenhesfee. Tlie _VtKttkt Federal Accounts front Gen. _Grtmt. Caieo, May 18. The latest _dateff_*_from General Giaut's _arcny_, through Federik^<banat3lii,.are tu thelimjn_^i., via _Miiliktn'_s bend on the 14th. Generald Logaa aud _Oste 'i hats were ma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

Tili; TELEGRAPH. IS PUBLISHED MORNING AiW _EVENING, By GEORGE BEBGNEE. Office Third Sired, near Walnut. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. The Da u i Telkgbaph is served to subscribers in ihe <;ity at tt cents pet •week, Yearly subscribers will be charged $4 00 in advance. " Wkeklt Tbligbaph. ihi! Telegbaph is also published weekly and fum-ahwi to subscribers at the following cadi rate- : '' '". "_; | . Single copie?, weekly. ; i$li00 _Te a LOpii s, to one postomce......«_,• 9.00 rweuty " " " .............17.00 _h _AivspTisuiG Bates.—The following are the ¦ i _atco iov adveitising in the _Tblboraph. Those it, ha_'-ii.H advertising to do will find xt convenieni I lor reference. fL i«_sT _rfour _hfifs °r _^as constitute one-hal W _squttro. Eight lines or more than foul con&ti _^ytiiiOH a square. j I C¦ _'-*• i O_^: tC "fl'_^ -_'i-3CHHOd"_*0 ILL MiiMto _: _J.y _ itt;-. _~ u>_C53~ oasioitsHM _^ 1 L *n u _^^ - _oosoooooojotoooatj < - * ¦ ci— ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

THE WAB IN _7IKGINIA WA3HDK3TON , May 19. Several hundred ,exchaoged _Utiion _' _priabners have arrived herd. J One of them, an officer, statelB that'new-and extensive _eatthworka have been erected on. the turnpike, road between Richmond, and Frederickfiburg, heretofore unknown to us. , , Gentlemen _teturnirg from day to day from the Rappahanhock, repeat _therstory that _affairs remain unchanged. ' Nothing js. . known with certainty as to the; plans for ther future., The lollowing ' is a partial list of officers {transferred from the late battle field near Ghknqellorsyille : Lieut. P. Ealer, company Ft Twenty-eighth Pennsylvania _Yoluoteen, wohaded in the shoulder _^ ; Col. J. H. Potter, Twelfth New HamDshira Volunteers, leg; Lieut. Col. G. H. Walker,, _Fourteenth Pennsylvania Volunteers, chest; , Lieut. M/Beaken, comrjanyC, _Mghth New Jersey Volunteers? h_|p; Cdll P. H J,unes, One hundred and Fifty-fqurih New York G. B_» Volunteers,_^ip; Capt. K-irse, \coppany C, Fortieth '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

FROM GAL_^_m& Ihe Harriet Jjane Not Qat—Attempt to Convert Her into nit Uoji-i; ia4. DESTITUTION OF TH5I TEXAjis The New Orleans Era of the 7th _inst, furnishes the following interestiDg items of Texan affairs, obtained from a'gendeman recently from the vicinity of _Galveston: i ... "The _statement _teraitly. .madethat the Hfurciet Lane had _escaped to s-a, without masts, Jon the night of the1 24th of; A>il, We_'are positively Bssutea, iu' incorrect, ouicers whrf'ttaveibf eu iu the blockadiug service _sincd January 4tb, isaure our infurraant.tbat, to their Certain kne w-Ltdge_, the _Haniet L*ue ia _Biillclosely bl_^cka_«ied in Ualvestouharbur, a _^ ud thtit she'has _beenstitu aud identified by'_experiettced _eyei withia ihe past few days; ' . ¦ , . ' ' "Itia known,from _various sources that tht Lane wao badly damaged in the tight cu _tnelai of January, her shaft naviu 'g bce ' u bent ' to _bUCb ctn extent that it cannot be uaed_, antrtbe _retjelt have _uo me...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

ABMY 0T TEE_= 0UMBERLAN5 Cavalry _fr kinnisMBgr-_£reckinrid_£e Prei pared to -Invadd Kentucky.-1 __i r—l —• r-t , _, , , * Cihci_^ihati, May 18. < __ A dispatch to ' the Commercial, dated Murftpesboro, May 17, Bays 'a _brilliant _^d«h oa jthe Bnemy was;made yeeterd»yjmorning, on the Brandyville pikerii inthe vicinity ot Cripple creek, _general Palmer, accompanied 'hy t -wa, _Rgcort of twep ty fljreWen_, and sixty men'from ihe Middfe lennessee'cavJiny, _cmng. orwnD toy sabre on a detechmetttof the _^ Ge_^gia,,npmberiog eighty-five men, _commanded _; by _LiuUt. Col Thompson. The ' rebels had no ' sabred,! but fought drspeiately> _%r1 a'fewl! m6merifs." Oar force killed several of the enemy and brought In eiguteen_^_prisouers, among them _Capttdns M. a., Edward ? and Willis, the, latter of the 8d Seorgia ' cavalry, and dangerousl y wounded.,,, CHE FIGHT AT MILTON—cblAHEL _HAHBBIQHX ' s OOMMAHD._K ) i . ( Id _correspondepce of the Chicago . Tr _ifytne, _dated Murfiee...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

C|e _§ailg ttgrapl HARRISBURG, PA. Wednesday Evening, May 20, 1S63 UNION STATE CONVENTION. IfaeLOYAL CITIZENS OF. PENNSYLVANIA, without distinction of party, who desire cordially to unite in sustaining the NATIONAL AND STATE ADMINISTBAT1ONS, in theirpatriotic efforts to _suppresB a sectional and tin ftoly rebellion against tbe UNIIY' OF THE REPUBLIC, and who desire to support , by every power of the Government, onr heroic brethren in arms, who are braving disease and the perils of the fleld: to preserve _tihe UNION OF OUB FATHERS , are requested to select a number of Delegates equal to their Legislative representatives of the State, at such times and in such manner as will best respond to the spirit of ' this call, to meet In STATE CONVENTION, at PITTSBURG, on WEDNESDAY, tfo FIRST DAY OF JULY next, at «Ieven o'clock, a. m., on said day, to non% date candidates for the offices of GOVERNOR and JUDGE OF THE SUPREME _COUBfl_^ahd to take such measures as may. be deemed necessary ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

_ifletftcai. -f _itf OT ALCOHOXIC A HIGHLY CONCKN1RAIED VEGETAL EXTKACT. A P1TKE TONIC. DR. HOOF LAND'S GERMAN BllTEHS. Prepiirtd Iy Dr. C. M. JACKSON, Philadelphia, Pa. Will effectually cure Liver Complaint, D>spe ;?ii Jaundice, Chronic or Nt-rvous Debility, Dieea.-_*, of the Kidneys, and all _disea _es arising from d disordered liver orStomicb, such as Coot-tija tion, Inward Piles, Fullness of Blood to tt Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, _Htart burn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or weight u_, the StomaSh, Sour Eructations, Sinking or F:ut terine at the Pit of the Stomach, _Swimoting . the Head, Hurried and Difficult Breatbiug, F u: tering at the Heart, Choking or Sufiuc-.tu. . - SeDsations when in a lying p _sture, Dimue » of " ylsioo, Dots or Webs before the Sight, _b\v_,r and Dull Pain in the Head. _Deficiency of V r epiration, Yellownessot tbe Skin and Eyta. P ii In the Side, Back, Cbest_, Limbs, &c, Suit 111 Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, C&am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

_tftm _^LiDtrtt_^_tment New Goods--Just Opened _s • AT BEBGR _E R'N BOOK AND STATIONERY STOBE_, embracing every new and improved style of POCKET BOOKS, MAGIC CURRENCY HOLDEBS, CALF SKIN POCKET BOOKS, BUCKSKIN PURSES, PORTMONAIES, &a, at prices tojaifall circumstances. POC1OET _CWTIiEBT, Consisting of a fine assortment of _Westenholm 's ¦ , Superior Pocket Knives. !._r_. a : sfojrifJrw&i.;-- - < . From _Newton'_scelebrated manufactory. Eoery Pen told wuh a guarantee. PORT F0U08 _, •: . .WRITING CASKS, ' ROSKWOOD DESKS, . PAPETERIE3, to., Together with every article usually found in a first class Book and Stationery establishment, at BEBGNEB'£ y myl2 51 Market StteA. THE BBST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, •» WMEKLER AffD _WILSONS. "XJEW OFFICE Market Square, next door to Ji_^i . Colder_*s oflide. Call aad _seethem in ope " ratibn. A generataaoitment of machines and needles constantly on hand. Mire Margaret _HSoey will exhibit and seU them_, ' and. also do a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

The Sheet-anchor of onr Hopes. The best evtdence of the bravery and patriotism of the American people is uot now furnished upon the battle field A more eatisfactory test of the zeal and courage of tho loyal people of the North in behalf of their Government is being applied, and me_^ts with tbe mos t satisfactory results. We refer to tie subscriptions which are being made all over the country for tbe five-twenty bonds of the Government. These are regular investments in the Government. It is a taking of stock in it. It is a pledge of loyalty of tbe most substantial kind. It . is a binding; of tbe subjects to the Government with golden bonds. Had we possessed a national debt previous to the _rebellion, and the people generally had held the securities, the.. CQn8pira_)ors wonid have found the taak of fomenting disaffection and disloyalty much more difficult. _TKe -valtie of the GoverDm ' ent%6uldr then1 i _^ ave _i Been much more highl y appreciated. Interest would bave bound _l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

pBOCLAMATION Mayor's QvncwA (.l.,u . _Eferrisbarir, ^*^14th_/ 1858. f,_^ WHSBXAsr .tt _fcl -tha ' duty- of every citizen to lend* his aid to the _preseraa _'riQrx .of the pubBb peace; Attd-vtheretiii. TbeJunlimited _n|idi indiscriniinate sale "of intojdcatfng Hqaors_^to_; a large population m _. _nst inevitabl_^ le ad'to _seriong disordersandhteachesof-the<peftce; _tiierefore, ' it is hereby " enjoined ohyall-toverii _keepdra and retail dealers, within .the _irmttB of the city of Harrisburg, to close their bars and ito _dteeoat tinue tbe saie'of_'all intoxicating _beverages, id-' eluding lager beer, at sue o'clock p. _jt., of evfery day in the week untiPfirrther notice. ; ' 7 m>i4]- ! vi A_^'Al ' L_.R0UMFORT, Mayor; _. FMIS, FANS, ~^ ; FANS, FANS, FANS, " FANS, FANS , FANS, FANS, •FANS, FANS, _*&N8, FANS,- FANS, FANS, FANS,' FANS. FAJfo_, ' \r ¦ — -P ANS/ FANS, FAN8, ' - - FANSi FANS. _; _. " .FANS, f i v r . _TTOR the largest and best assortment in the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

JNttD _3_Unj*rtt0emmte. • WANTED—A colored woman to do the wor .k of a small family. Must be a good washer and ironer, and understand cooking. Apply to Mrs. S1EG, State street, near Front. fm20-lt * FOR BEN^! A HOUSE, on South street. Enquire of MBS. MUUBAY, mv20 3teod Cor. Second and Pice streets! - TO ARCHITECTS. _HPHB South Ward School _^oard will pay a X premium of Thirty Dollars for a plan and specifications for a two-story brick school house, ' to be erected on their lofron Fourth street. The above amount will be paid for the plan, and specifications adopted. All _necessar_^ information will be given by calling " on the committee. Plans to be furnished by the'1st of June. " JACOB HODSER_, President. Hknbt _Shkuuehbbbokr, Secretary, _u v._; iPalnot and Union please copy.;] • [my20-td NEW M,tJSI,O. " _TXTHEN this Crael War is Over, with br illiant V T variations, by Grobe, 50 cents. Sounds from the Delaware, waltz, by Todd,, 40 cents. . , ''" Tread Lightly where the Hero _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

A' Tribute to a Brave Blata. We have freqnently confessed that theie is no ta8kso _pleasing to _' usafw'h en we are employed in recording the deeds of the vallianbmen who are now fighting tbe battles of God , Liberty and our Country. We cannot, of course, notice every acf oCthose thus engaged, bdt'we, never led pass any which come under our immediate notice, without acknowledging their worth in fitting language. The latest that we have seen, in this _particular, is of one to whom Gen. Gearjr, who commanded the Second Division in the battle cf Chancellorville, directs attention as follows. It is'a '" brave "young _Pennsylvanian to whom Gen. Geary alludes; a: ' o., - ;.O'.,o-' ._« ._*o ... . o _. a o _« o • o o o To Lieut. Muhlenburg_, cpmmanding the1 artillery in the actions 'of the 1st, 2nd ao,d Sd Insts , very great praise is due _^ or the courage, calmness -and indomitable bravery witn which lie contended' agaiDst fearful _oddfr before 'him/until evety gunnpr was killed or wou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

_DEPARTMENT OF THE MISSISSIPPI. THE CAPTURE OF JACKSON CONFIRMED, Reported Evacuation of Yicksborg. Cauk- Grant and H«*lbul'« Offiaial BU patehriL Battle of Bayznond and March on Jackson. J i , -j _TVABHisaToN, May 19. Get eral Grant, under date of May 11th, telegraphed Geoeial Halleck as follows: "My force will be this evening as far ad vanced along Fourteen-mile creek , the left near Black river, and extending in aline nearly east _auH west, as they can get without bringing on a general engagement. I shall communicate with Grand Gulf no more, except it becomes necessary'to send a train with a heavy escort. You may not hear from me again for several days." General Grant also telegraphed to General Halleck as follows: "Batmoni)/ _MJsb., May 14 —General M'Pherson took t h_^place ' on the 12th inst., after a brisk fight of-jiiore than two hours. Oar loss was 60.killed and 180 wounded. The enemy's loss waB 75 killed (tinned by us) and 186 prisoners, besides the wounded. , "¦M'Phe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

MARKETS BY TS LEGS APS _fHiLADKLPHiA., May 20. _Cloverseed came forward slowly and _isiin fair request at $5 00@$5 75 per 64 lbs. There ii hbthibg doing in Timothy or Fiaxseed and the prices are nominal. FlOur continues, dull and the prices are droopiDg—the only sales reported are 500 bbls choice western extra family at $9 perbbl; 100 barrels SpriDgfield do. at $6 50. The sales 'to tbe trade range from tbe former figure-down to-$5 75 'for . low grades of superfine. , Tftere is no movement in Bye Flour or Corn.Meal, and no change from recent _quotas tions. There is very little demand for Wheat, and prices are hardly mentioned—sales of 3 ,000 bushels fair to good Pennsylvania and western red at 51 o8($$l GO per bushel; white from $1 70 to $1 85, the latter figure for Kentucky; .500 bushels Pen na. Bye sold at $1 10. Cern very quiet—small sales{ of yellow at 9l@92c. Oats _dufl; ' sales of 30p-busb.' _Pennsylvania_^-at ,80c by weight. Barley and malt are _qeglecttd; prices nomin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

_auctti du vjiAuyiaiJij_, FfiOM WINOHESTEB, YA. SKIRMISH-WITH THE EEBELS Baxtimobb_, jaiay W. The following dispatch was received here today. _^ _s WiNCHKTBE, May 20.—To Maj. Oen. Schenck: My cavalry-had a _Bkirrnish with tbe Tebel cavalry to-day six miles from here. We killed six and captured seven of them, including a captain and a lieutenant; There were no casualties en our side. My cavalry is still jn pursuit. [Signed] R. H. _MILROY, Major General.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

New York Money Markets New Yobk, May 20. Stocks are lower; Chicago & Bock Island 103; Cumberland Coal 31_£ ; Illinois Central Bailroad 110$; Michigan Southern 116$; New York Central 124; Pennsylvania Coal 138; Gold 148*.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

C|e §nili) _ttgaj)j f NOTICE TO Ai>V _KKT1SERS— All Ad-: •vertlscuicnts, Business Notices, Mar. «>3 ._< _riun es ' Deaths, &c, to secure, insertion tjn tlie TKLlMii'Al'Il, must invariably ; be _accompanltii with the CASH. , Advertisements ordered in the regular Evening Edition aie inserted in the I* Morning KdiUuM .without extra charge. i _HABBlisBUBG, PA . _f Wednesday Kvcniug, May 20, 186S. TOWN AND COUNTRY. :V • >t We refeb. our readers to the list of new mu-#bic, in our advertising columns, just received at H KnocW 6 Music store, 93 Market street. e . j| Acquitted.—It will be remembered that E _$* L Watei bury, a private in his father's company, Capt. I. S. Waterbury, now in the service at ' _Beaufort, South Carolina, was charged with _' having been concerned in an actcf incendiarism $ -which occurred at Camp Curtla some time since. ' % Private Waterbury was tried at Fort McHenry, jjjjton this charge, and fully acquitted. He was «r. then...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

Ncir _/l_^nrrtisintrm' ! VW*h \o i_.iv'erDOol. - _\.COH1NO at QUEENSTOWN , (Cork Hab-L eor ) The well known Steamers of the Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia Steamship Company, are Intended to pall as follows : _v City of New York, Saturday, May 23 ; City of Baltimore, Saturday, May 30 ; Etna, Satur day, Juno 6, and every succeeding Saturday, at Noon, from Pier 44, North River. BATES OF fASSAGB_, PAYABLE IN _QOLD, OR ITS EQUIVALENT IK CUB _BBSOT. FIBSTCABIH, $80 00 9TBBBAGB, $32 60 do to London, 85 00 do to London, 85 50 do to Paris, 95 00 do to Paris, 40 60 do to Hamburg, 90 00 do to Hamburg, 37 50 Passengers also forwarded to Harve, Bremen, Rotterdam, Antwerp, &c., at equally low rate* Fares from Liverpool or Queenestown: 1st Cabin, $75, $86, $105. Steerage from Liverpool, $40. From _Qoeenestown, $30. Those who wieh to send for their frienda can buy tickets here at these rates. For further information apply at the Company's Offices. JOHN Q. DALE, Agent, 16 Broad...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 20 May 1863

_JSm _2ttHttrtt0_etiimt0. OR COIVCEWTRATEII LYE, THE FAMILY SOAP MAKER _HHE PUBLTC aTe cautioned against the J- SPURIOUS articles of LYE for making SOAP, &c, now offered for sale. The only _GENUDSE and PATENTED Lye is _tfcat. made by ihe PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY, tbeir trademark for it being "S_4P0N1FIJER, OR _CONCENTRATED LYB." The great SUCCESS of this article has led UNPRINCIPLED PARTIES to endeavor to IMITATE it, in violation of the Company's PATENTS. All MANUFACTURERS, BUYERS or SELLERS of these SPUBIOUS lyes, are hereby NOTIFIED that tbe COMPANY have employed an their ATTO6NEYS, GEORGE HARDING, Esq., of Phila., and WILLIAM BASK WELL, ' _Ksq , of _Putsburg. And that all MANUFACTURERS , OSEKS, OR SELLERS of Lye, in violation o ' the lights of the Company, will be PROSECUTED at ot_;ce. The _bAFONlFIEB, or CONCENTRATED LYB, is for sale by all _Dkdqgists , Gbockb_* and CODNTBT _StOBJB. TAKE NOTICE. Tk_« United Statks Cibcoit Court, _Weatein OpBtri...

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