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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

k Railway Accident.—About four o'clock on jL Monday morning, an accident occurred on ' the H' Northern Central Railway,_^ near ' 'the Great jjf; Gunpowder bridge, caused by the breakage o / f, _W the axle of a car, one of a freight train bound W_^ down, while descending the grade at that I point. In consequence, the remainder of the ft cars were stopped, and shortly after another E burthen train followed close on, and ran_^ntb £ the _first tiain, demolishing four of the'Jcarsj .three of them belonging to the Pennsylvania _Ifp _^railroad company and one of them to the f _Northern Central company. Three of the cars . -were rilled with , coal and the other with oate, H the damage to the latter being slight. JH The Farmebs o* Dauphin _Counti have been. m taking advantage of the fine weather of the last If, -weeCto get their fields ready for plantipg. _* A very large number of acres will be p _l anted _ITri th cor n. This grain will be in great demand; and a large crop will of course...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

Headquabters 127th Eegiment, P. V., ) Camp _Curtin, May 21, 1863. J The company officers of my command are hereby notified to have their men in Camp at 8 o'clock a m. to-morrow, (Friday,) in order to have their arms and equipments turned over to the Governmeut. W. W. JENNINGS, Cul_. l27th:R'gt. The members of the Harmonic society are hereby iufoim. d that the society will meet this Thimday evening, in the lecture room of the ' Baptist church, at 8 o'clock precisely, for furr jther rehearsal of tho "Haymakers" for the forthcoming concert. The officers especially request that full and punctual attendance which She occasion demands. A. HUMMEL, _president - Gej. W. Pabsons, Serrdary. ';. Attention ! Fibst City Zotjavbs !—A. special meeting of the First City Z mavee, (late company A, 127th P. V. will beheld at their td-Ijjaoiy iu Walnut &treet this evening at 7_£ _fticluck. Every member iB earnestly requested _fto be present, as business of importance will be Srougbt before t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

New Goods—Just Opened BOQ_^_ppltel ) J_5_RT _STOKE, ' embracing every new and improved style of ' 1 k l*'JV _- _pQGWLWr BOOKS, __ ' ' . MAGIC _CURTaENCY HOEDBRS_, _i' _"_' 1 " ' "CALE_^BklN POCKET BOOKS, ' •' »?_,«J ' i' ' BUCKSKIN PURSES, _^_f \ POBTilOHAHS, & ' c, at pricyto suitJ all circum_^ah\:_efc " 1 , ' _^ipOGKBT €IJTLEBY, Consisting of a fine assortment o£We8tenholrn! Superior Pocket Knives. ; _V,_^ -&_#' **_& ¦ ._^ From Newton's celebrated manufactory. Every . , Pen sold with a guarantee. _£_* jeORT , k)LIOS, _^ ' _«w mi WRITlHrG " CASES. i Sj v su _'*- '1J?i - " '• ROSEWOOD DE8ES, PAPfiTJERIES_, &. ' c., Tqgeiher with every article usually foupd _'_jn ' a firstclaas Book/and Stationi&y _establi_^-merit_. at - BERGNERi S*3V 7 ' my_!2- • ' - _" _ S&- Market Street. - '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

Distkmpbe Among Cattlb.—Some of our agricultural friends are in great alarm at a disease which has made its appearance in the barn yards and the stables among the cattle. It assumes the phase of ia distemper, and yet_.many are doubtful whether it is _thatdiseasebr whether i*is some new fatality. Some valuable horses ' and . stock cattle have been lost ia this _county. We also notice that the same disease; as near as \v>: can ,: udge.by the description of our co •temporaries, b_^_s made its appearance in some j_£f our neighborii?<? counties. It ia a subject 'for VetinaTy su _geoiae to study aud define. Important to Justices o»' _thr Peace.—By the list of stamp duties impo3td by the amended act _. all trauscripts of j udgthem_^ from dockets of Justices of the Peace, will requ' ire a five cent stamp attached, which it will be the duty "of vthe justice to cancel. Ihe person ordering the _^wnseript will, of course, be hound iv 0 _j?ay for them ; but in order to save tim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

The Soldiers R etaliating on Tj&aitor Editors. —We learn from a passenger who came direct from Huntingdon -yesterday ._eyenirjg, that _^ the soldiers who belongedjta that borough after their return, and after they had received the congratulation of their friends, .proceeded to the office of The Monitor, (& vile secession concern,) took the press 'and cast it 'into the canal, then demolished ¦ thet other material, after which' they procured .brooms, ._Vand swept the office pf every vestige of the: ¦ (treasonable filth with which it had been heretofdf e_^ occupied. We cannot approve this conduct on'the part of th._e Eoldiera - because ife», a viola1_agg.. x)rlaw ) and order, an-1 beca _'_use it tends to mar the hont_«t glory they had .achieved on the battle field. Yet no man can _declare that the soldier .* Jias no pro_^_ofdation ; _f_:r the deed. The Monitor _^ had devoted its columns for months inMtaducing the very cause for the success of' which the soldiers had...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

THE_^_EAMSttlP GREAT BASTJJ1RN WALTER PATON, Commander. TTITILL be dispatched _IE0M UVKEPOOIj. I TBOM, HEW TOEK. Saturday..1 : vi .May 16 _Saturdays.... .June 6 Tuesday.; ' . i. .June 30 \ Tuesday Juiy 21 And at the same regular intervals thereafter. _Eirst Cibin) from. $95 to *18 _£ Second cabin.. • _* 70 _-_^EfcursibMTickets out and back,; in the first aridceecojid cabin only, a farVand_^. Jnalf. _Servants accompany ing _pasaengerflfand ohildfenCtifiTleriitwely_^iyears of age half Iare - I_°- faotsfree_^ ' Thiid cab_^rf. r.«*\ $50 Steerage, with superior accommodations.. .$30 _ii All fare§ payable hi Gold , or its _equivalent in II. S. §ur,_^fncy. 1 Each passenger _allowed _twenty cubia, fee_( of luggage_^ • _^ .. . -;¦ An experienced Surgeon on board. For passage apply to • _UtfMlLES A. WHITNEY, * At the_£C_$p; ^§ _Broadway , New York. ,For freight apply to ' .k ' How_^and & AspiNWAii, Apents, mrl8-dtje9l 54 South st., New York.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

istm _^_tDcertiEcmEiT._ta Steam Weekly to Liveroool. ' npOUCHING at QUEEN3T0WN, (Cork Habi bor ) The well known Steamers of the Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia Steamship Company, are Intended to sail ae follows : City of New York, Saturday, May 23 ; City of Baltimore, Saturday, May 30; Etna, Satur day, June _n, and every succeeding Satmday, at Noon, from Pier 44, North River. BATES OF PASSAGE, PATABLB IN GOLD, OB IIS _KQCIVALSMT IN CUB BBHOT. mtsT cabin, $80 00 _anntAGB_, $32 6G do to London, 85 00 do to London, 86 60 do to Paris, 96 00 do to Paris, 40 60 do to Hamburg, 90 00 do to Hamburg, 37 60 Passengers also forwarded to Harve, Bremen, Rotterdam, Antwerp, &c, at equally low rate?. Fares from Liverpool or _Queentstown: 1st Cabin, $75, $85, $105. Steerage from liverpool, $40. From _Queenestown, $30.- Those who with to send for their friends can buy tickets here at these, rates. . For further information apply at the Company's Offices. JOHN G. DALE, Agent, 15...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

_i PflOSPEKous Mechanics.—If we look round £ within the circle of our acquaintance, says the, _^t" Scientific America_^, we shall find that many of $_^ our most respectable cifizar-s have learned me-Si chanical trades* Some of the first merchants K of thiB city were once mechanics { and many of ML our _professional_^nen , when in their youth, be-W lon-ed to the same honorable fraternity. How fSr;l did " they achieve success? It was by the cul-•_£-- tivation of their _minda iff<uaeful knowledge—£ by a proper feeling of self respect, which led them to form habiis of industry and frugality, and thus they have secured the _resgeet and confidence of their employers, and ri$en,to af, i fluence and high social positions. --The same - oath of honor and _usefulnesses open to eyery? _iechante in our republic and ** _£ *"; ' examples will _stimnlate them to striv|<>_# be [ «eflpected£or _^i _pwa wortli_<mdu8efii%|^. _^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

._Wa_.hay_.e taken over on the 1st of April the bala 'j' ce ' of goods bought of Mr. Boger, to out , owti store, where we will continue to sell thfe balance left at very low_1 _priSesV ijritfl'the?Whole are sold. _AmongiUSoae,igQo4s la_^e \ r # *~ M _^ya»d8re_^_ijants, {JgwjQ8_\ and other Hess goods, 1% 18 an/ 20 _centa. 200 yardB of ba ' regeand lustre, 20 and 25 cents. l,000> yarilH, oi;>Jifi_^u crash-, 16,18 and' 2_Q. cents. % ljOOO yards of linen, cotton and wool _pante stuff , ' cheap.Sl> % *> t?fi *- '?> ' _^^_W" \ .-300 dozen of th_#_yejpy; bes$ spool _cotton, white and colored. ' * ''' '' ] 1.000 papers _' of* rthe very _rbest of Smiths, ' needles, 5 cts. a _naper; also_^_tockuiga_, gloves, pocket handkerchiefs, hoop skirts, all kinds of comb8;^atent_% thread _^ t_^peSf socks, either*jiy the dozen or place. We Have also on hand yej ab ' ont; 10 pieoesof C_^RE_^T,- which we will' sell atr-TS t Oentg _nerjyjard. f 20 pieces of straw matti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

G o dd Appointment —We are gratified to learn _ijthat Cupt. 0. A. _Luckenbacb, of Bethlehem, who _lus lost a leg in the b _r attle of Cedar Mountain, on the 9th of August last, has been " appointed to a $1200 _cteiksuip in the War Department, Washington. This, is right—those who have been crippled in the ' service of the Government, should be taken care pf by " the Government, as lar. as possible.—Bucks County Exchange. —We can fully endorse the suggestionl tb,at those who have been crippled in the war should b e taken ca'e of by the Government. And we also endorse the compliment to Capt. _Lucked, bach, knowing him to be a gallant, accomplished and nohle hearted gentleman r and 'toltiier. ' ''*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

_gpesial _USatictB , _(.Although our confidence in, mankind may J tiave beenJ lbtf8Bd, _Hif thi8 _^ «fa_«giitjrJ world of purs, it is ennobling to see patient, houest rectitude'laboring on andJBtriyirjigj tp better tbe pondftlon _^ of our _feliow creatures. In this connection ' our attention ' baa' rj_^ en called to> the merifis<ofr<Mxs. _WjBpthQFea/ jJjGejman Vegetable .Medicines, and. .the success attending those manufactur_^t_^B odr_^tfvbrably'r i«^nv«ltiaen, Mrs. LJtall, Na 27 Souih Pine street, Harris* Da ' rg,_;Pann_|ylgaB^)]r|t1 _PB|?' U thesffyaiuable medicines, which can be " pfocureanff&m Mrs. Ball at a small compensation, w,e, have thought it our duty . to Bay this fljijch fof tbe _benefit of theafflibted.Jl _-'*»- -_« _^ w(t ' e_«.i -. . ' ' <l_^t»»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

Valuable _Fmr_^ap?^ P_^_ppertJ: _iJnrr BaljB of-to Bent. _f : _rpHE undersigned will sell _df rent Chester JL Furnace, situate _ia Cromwell township, Huntingdon county, Pa The Stack 1s well and _substantially.built; there to _aj_«o Ten Bank Ho_$3eshT _tolerable repair-; there is-_^an abundance of goodwood that can be purchased at from 16 to25cent8percbrd, (woodleave,) within two miles of'the" stack, and abundance of good ore,oan begot from one to two and a half miles, at'a reasonable price. The furnace 1s about ten mites from Mt. Union station , ?. RR., with a good public road _leading to it. For further particulars,-address SAMUEL WILSON_, Spruce Creek, P. O., Huntingdon_^county, Pa. mrSl-dSm

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

Ncto _^_uertiscmeuts ¦PIA5OS! oTE IN WAY'S, CHICKEKING'S, BRAPBUUY'S, ILSLEY'S aud GROVESXEEN'S. MELODEONS, &c, by PRINCE, TKEAl & LINSLET. VIOLINS, GUITARS, FLUTE_8, F1FE8_, AC-* CORDEONri, _DKUM_?, &c. Sheet Music sent by mail to any place. PICTURE FRAMES, ALBUMS and LO0K-• INtf GLASSES. Howe's Sewing Machines, &c, at the Music Store of SILAS WARD, No. 12 Korth Third Street, above Market. : ; Tf ':.--... _ aug_!4-dly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

Cjic fnilo €&fXjjfr To lit IS i A ¦ .•tKKWSBRS.-AIl Advertisements , U-.Ii.im Notices, Mar. 1-iaee_", Wcat li> -., _&_*.., to secure insertion in the iKJ-_^'liAiU, must invariably be acc otiipan»«M l with the CASH. A _dvtriuaemenU mtiered in the regular Evening K«i_»tir.n ' »ie inserted in the _burning Edit-" _without extra charge. H ARRlbBUBG_, PA.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

Hobriblb Death.—A horrible accident oc curred in _Pittaburg on Tuesday last, resulting in the immediate death of a lad nainert Thompson, employed at Lowry's black mill. It appears that deceased had cc.asion to do something about tho _ebaft, when the end of it caught his clothes in tome way, and he was whirled around several, times, his head at every revolution striking the floor with such violence that his brains were scattered in every direction.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

SSm 3U>«_crtisem«it8 _SAPONIPIER, OR COIVCEiVTRATED LYE, THE FAMILY SOAP MAKER.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

JAMS. Dried Beef, Fish, Soft, in large or JL _smu( q _iantittes tojgpitjragehasers, for sale )_l?;bjs _' NICHOLS &_^WMAN, _afoO Oor. Front and Market _streete. [7_»NGLISH iDAIR_3£; _;CfflE|^_f _l6e very best 2<l- ever offeredij_^u _W_£ market f»r sale by mr80 . _^^ bLtX_^_KfjB.., &. CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

Thursday Evening, May 21, 1868. _^ tTw.n andToujttet Photographic Albums cheap and good, a fine newlotju-t received at Ward's Music Store, 12 North Third street.. uj21«Jt

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

_JD. tD. _®ro00 U €0 D. W. GROSS & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL _pElJG_^ISTS * Nl f 19 MARKET STREET, H-fc-VBISIHJ_^_G, PA. DKUQ<_aSS£V>_lSM_€_^F» STOB_»- 1 _u _KBBPERS ANI_) GO_^8UMSHS. y_$ 'are" daily adding to oar. assortment of good, all such ar_^ciea as are _derivable; and would _refepectfolly call your attention, .to the Isi_^W _^_CM_^ _tbfe dty, of ' . ,i_^Vanjlflhefl ahd €»tfte_> ' Dye-Stufl-i _driass tod Fai_^ ' '.-FtUt_^-Oolon and Tools, ¦ • _i, .. , . '" «_, Pure Ground Spioea, _ft«a_^g F_|_uM and _Alcohol, ' Lard, Sperm andififneiO-to ,. , . ' \'' _&_^e-; Viaig an'dLampG_^_lW, ¦ ' • ¦ G_^_HeJBoaft_^ngee _aqd _jOorks , <¦ ¦ ¦ _^ WHhage-_^rat.variety _ofixM . pWFCmERY&TOLE_^_AKFICLES _\ ' * - ' .1 _jj -. t ' ' selected from the best ' manufa_^_tasBfl_'andIlfprfamers_^fEBrope'and this country. Being ve_"ry large dealers in. LTN8EED t>_m -VAENISHES, f - ¦¦ ¦ .. ,WlD_^W) GL_^S8 ,(_4B.TISrS _OGLOES_; _PAiNT iI...

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