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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

VALUABLE PBOPEKCZ AT rUBLIO SALE. TN pursuance of the last will and _teatame_^t of X JohnSele, dee'd, will be exposed to public Bale, on SATURDAY, THE 18m DAY OF JUNE, at the Court House, in the City of Harrisburg, at two a'^iock, b. x, a YALU4BL£ TRACT OF LAND, situate in the city of 'Harrisbutg, on the Jonettown road, adjoining property of JohnShoorj, William Alliaon and the Haehnlen estate, it _^ beisg the proper_^r of John Sele, dee'd, _containing twenty-one acres, more or _Ues, erected thereon i» a good two storv FRAME HOUSE AND _BABS , other out build 1 _SS!^S!^ _MHt _* mA a tQriTN: ypuDg APPLti OnOtlABD. . .. , Sale _tauxxnmence at two o'clock, as above stated, when the terms and conditions of sale will be1 made known by JOH_^_T _Ttotfrr ja ¦ Administiator de _bonis nottQ/fcA. _mv25-td

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

The Adams Express Compamt _Bobbmri. —It is learned from the Baltimore County [Advocate that on Tuesday last Deputy Sheriff Allison , of that county, Temoved from Fort McHenry to theTdwsontown jail,'seven men, who_^ere arrested sonfe" time, _Wacj_*_. b: detective_^, on the ' charge of _fceing_^qoncerned in tbe robbery of the ,safe anditrpnks of the Adams _Express Con_^pa_^y ' while on the train of the Northern. Ceniral Bailway_, near Parkton , on, the 25th of Jlarch last. Tlieir names are Le ' vi B. Hoffman, _Henra Laughlin,Wi)liam Isaacs, George A. Davie,Wrn Dix, Joseph Kane and William B. W. Dkrii' On the Bame day the Grand Jury heard _iKe' witnesses in the _caseB ' and found indictments' against the parties, " who are to be tried at ih,e present term of that court i ' f_^he ca_^_ea _' are' _^dt removed. ' *_''

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

Itai bg _Ctkgrap_^ FBOM WASHINGTON, NOTHING LATER FKOM VICK"_?BUEG » VVashinqion, May 25. Up to noon to-day there has been no official confirmation of the reported fall of Vicksburg received' here.

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

IXtm _^_ocrttSfrnfittB 820 KKVVARD rpHE undersigned having lost his pocket X. book, at or " near tbe depot of this _placa, would beg that the finder of it would leave it at this office. The pocket book contained about $135 and my furlough, dated BotattI Biy Island, May 6th, 1863, South Carolina The finder, upon leaving the book and contents, shall be liberally rewarded. Should any one find the furlough and leave it at this office, or send it to mo at York _Postoffice, Pa., I shall pay him $20. JOHN H. KENDIG, m26-3_tl Corp. Co. B, 76_«h Begiment, P. V.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

rpTHE TREASURER'S STATEMENT of the X receipts and expenditures of the _Hairisboig Cemetery Association, from the 2d day of May, 1862, to the 16th day of May, 1863 : ¦ DR. A. K. _Fahnestock, Treasurer—To balance on hand May. 2d, 1862 . ..>.... . $106 66 To caeh from sale of lots, digging graves, and interest on investments 8,621 10 8,727 76

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

A _Novkl Paeadb — In Camde 'fl, N. J., on Friday afternoon, . twenty-eight soldiers, under command of C'apt. Iio ' nis Loeb, all of whom had lost a leg in _batile, _graded through the streets on crotches. Others accompanied them who had lost an arm _b and were otherwise wounded. The parade was attended with music, sLad formed a truly novel and affecting,scene. _, ii_«ii — ' ' i General Banks' Operations.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

' . TlveBteamer _ST&_^ttbrd «.. : .:. _Baijtimorb, May 25. A letter-received from an officer aboard,the UnitedjStates steamer Hartford, dated,the|I2th of May, says she was a_$ll afloat, notwitheiandiog the numerous rebel reporti of _hes. destruction and capture. He saya they maintain their position?at the>monthiol Bed river; in defiance of their threats. J _C i _:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

New York Money Markets. J i'». ' " , _Nbw Yo _' w, May _^ff. - i Stocks lower. * Chicagp & Bock _Isbiuhq§_£ Oumberland co&H28i; _IUinoJe_, C_^_ntial B. E. 115J; Illinois Central bonds 120; Michigan ftmtftjm_^l&JfcLBeadiDg 113J. „ _.Go_^iifi^; _Treasury, 7 3 10d_, 101 J. Gold since the board 1451.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

_NetD _^oerttaemtnt_?. UKMALMXG IN THE HlKRISBUKt. iOSl 0FF1CB, MONDAY, MAY '15, 1863, OFFICIALLY PUBLISHED IN THE NEWSPAPER HAVING THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. LADIES1 LIST. Bordner, Angilina Hubbaid, Mrs Nancy Barre, Mrs Nellie Jones, Miss Kate 2 Baer, Mis Lizzie P Keever, Mrs Hannah Bafehore, Mrs Leah Kline, Miss Mary Ann Beartram, Mrs Sarah Livingstone, Mies E Borrey, Mrs Isabella Lanck, Miss Emma Bouley, Mrs Mary Loubinstine, Mrs L A _Berpstresser, Catherin Leman, Miss Charllotta _Biojaman, Miss Lovina Laird, MnFallie Black, Miss Nancy McCallian, Miss C _Billmired, _MrsEiiKubeth McKeehan, Mis Deborah Bishop, Mrs Jane : _McWilliams, Miss Loue bline, Miss Sarah McLellan, Miss S M Branyan, Mrs Mary H McGahen, Mr_^ C Brubaker,MrsElisabethMcGinley,Mi3S-Adaline Brown, Mrs Nancy • Mader, Mrs Sarah A Bark, Mrs S Madcr, Mrs Rus-an ; ' Bumgardner, Auey Mason, Mrs Emma _JL Qapp_, Elizabeth _Melsoo, Misa Catherin Canady, Miss Louisa- Myers, ' Mrs Jane : Christey_. Mrs Nancy _Norris, Mi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

OWN AND COUNTBY ImPHOTOQEAPHic Albums cheap and good, a fine tiw lotju-t receivedv at Ward's Music Store, _jJNorth Third street. iu213t $1 Beward—Lost or Stolen.—A small black g was lost or stolen on Wednesday last near e _postoffice. Any person returning the same the pc-8tofiice will receive the above reward d no questions asked. m23-3t _IThe River has been remarkably low for this Won of the year, and if the usual- summer outh commences soon, the stream will scarcely inavigable fur the scows and flits which are jn _crossing the river daily above the bridge. _BtJMHER Resorts. —Harrisburg will be well gjplit d with these appreciated places of rest d amusement this summer. One of the _^yJHfen i8i.i the river has been thoroughly over-1 _fa|nled, a stand for refreshments erected, and V 1_tfmigd put up in abundance. Several other " _Mcefqrts will be in operation ia a vfew days, within a short distance of the city. _: rti _t_* ••¦ ' ; , 'J_^J&ihn _Dujtbbs are becoming qu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

HAMS!!! _Cy(^ \- /~\f_\f\ LBS-—Composed of the _X\J9 \J\J\J folfbwing brands, _juBt received: Nxwxgu>'_e, ed&raitd. New; _Jebsby , selected. Evans and _Swut ' s, mperior_. Miohikbr'_s _Exgklsioa_, _tanvatsed. Miohinks's _Exckibiob, not _auonvtused. Ibon Cur, _canmsud. f ¥ Iron City, not canocused. Plain Hams, dru&y prime. Couhtrt Hams, very fine. _, Each ham sold will be guaranteed as represented. . WJJ,. DCK_^Kr Jr., & CO. LIQUOiiS. _TftTE have on hand k_> very superior _selectiod VV of WINES, _BRANDIES and FINE LI QUOBS, of .every description; - -BBANDIttS ofihe _ehoicest brands and viutagesA ' ¦ • WINES of every _^_wtriety and of t he finest quality. _^ ' ' - _^CB¥Z-RUM. HOLLAND GIN?* IBISH, SCOTCH, RYE and BOURBON whisky_^-cuaMPAaNft_. scotch; ale, bbowj_^ st qot; co& 'diIls;* &c. * Also, a NATIVE WINE, manufactured from the domestic _gYape, which is« splendid article, sn&vreknowUtobepure '._' - '- *M ' _oM'1 ' WM...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

Jl&p*' JUSTICE TO A BRAVE OFFICER.—' _wEs_^_F We, the privates 'and' noh-commidsioned officers of the 133d,Regiment Pennsylvania Volunteers, are desirous1 to return ' our warmest thanks to our Lieut. Col., W. A. Me- ' Cartney_, for bringing our regiment safe1 from the battle of _Charibellbrsvillo; dfr Sunday, May 3d. Were iti ,not for his _gallant and cool conduct while we were engaged, we would have been aircaptured or totally annihilated. His name shall long be cherished by all who were under his command, he'befhg brave to a fault, besides his highest ambition was to ..see to our welfare, whether in camp or in the field. ookpant ?. A. Montgomery, Saul Hale, • ¦ L. Boyer, Geo. W. Karns, ' f JacQb M. _Folsom, W_. _. M. _Douglas?, ,, Wm. Arentrue, Geo. W. Lemon,. Daniel._Bcnshoff, , , ,W. H. Levergocd, _„_, Daniel Fitzpatrick, Isaac Cramer, Lewis W. Buck, ' ' •Jbsepfi-HutBenj Chauncy F,. _Kunt«, Job,n W. Price, Edward _OasBidy_, Hiram Helsel, , James'HJ'Peer, _<_- ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

Thk Nineteenth of April Emedth.—The Northern Central Railway Company have, it is learned, instituted a suit in the Circuit Court _fi.-r _Bilfciniore county .against John Merry man, Charles Cockney • and Samuel _Worthington, laying their damages at two hundred thousand doifars,"for entering "upon said railway and destroying certain bridges ' and culverts on and after the 19th of April, 1861. ft is expected that the trial of these incendiaries .will develope a .series of treasonable actg, and expose a set of traitore_^ho have managed thus far not only to conceal their crimes_^ but actually in many cases-to luxuriate oh the patronage of the Government. . ..... " ' ''" —^i**""^—¦ _Whitsuntidk.—Yesterday,' the seventh Sunday or forty-ninth day after Easter was,Whitsunday. . That festival originated with the jptebrews, w _^ ho obseryed it as th' e dayon whicb the-lav and commandments were received by Moses, their great leader on Mount Sinai.. The baptiein_^pr; diffusion of the Holy _^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

K _Tilf_^Mir Spbinkik_^.— -_^e '^alkidedjto the awful dusty condition of thestieets ' of Harrisburg on Saturday, and called attention (o the fact that an effort was being made to bring out the _street _qpriokler, so as to render our most public and _businets thoroughfares at _leaBt _passa ble, and allay the clouds of duatin which they bad bderf fehveloped for weeks: ' ' On Saturday evening, the matter was formally brought before the Gity Council, and a proposition made to ' allow the proprietor of the street sprinkler trie gratuitous use of the city water plugs. There was nothing unreasonable Tin .such a request. ,Th_^ sa _line thing is 'done in every eity inlhe State, while * the city of, Baltimore, though its Councils, only a few days since, _paSBgd, an ordinance granting tbe same use to -proprietors of street ¦ sprinklers But our sapient city fathers could not see the policy of granting such a use to any man. jn_^_this city , .unless he agree to sprinkle every street, lane ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

MOTHERS! MOTHERS 11 MOTHERS!!! DON'T fail to procure MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTBING SYRUP for CHILDREN TEETHING. \ /this valuable preparation is the prescription of one the best female physicians and nurses in the United S'_ates, and has been used for thirty years with never failing safety and success by _ImUU ons of mothers and childrep, from the feeble bafant of pne week old to the adult. If Kbf _' only ' relieves the chil' dfrroin pain, but invigorates the ' stomach and bowels, corrects _act _* _ditjy, _alid _^ gTv_^_sltne and energy to _' tue wholef system. It will almost instantly relieve i_^vGbIBING IK THP BOWELS, AND WlND COWC. i We belifltre it the _ftst _aad SuresrBemedy in 'the World, in all cases of DYSENTERY aW DlABRECEl IN CHILDREN, whether it . arises 'from_^Teething or from any other cause. Full directions for using will accompany each bottle. None Genuine unless tb,e fac simile of CURTIS & PERKINS, New York, is* on the _jo _Utside wrapper. ' ' i a: » -1* _*$&a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

NetD _^_UiDtrtiscmEntB Steam Weekly io Liveruool, rpoUCHING at _QUEEiTSTOWN, (Corns Bar-X bob.) The well known Si _earners of the Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia Steamship Company, are Intended to sail as follows : City of Baltimore, Saturday, May 30; Etna, Saturday, June f> ; _Edinburgh, Saturday, June 13, and every succeeding batuiday, at Noon, from Pitr 44, North River. BATES OF PASSAGE, _FATABLI IN OOtD, OB ITS EQOTVAiBNT IN CUR EEHOT. fast OABIN, $80 00 8TKKRAGK, $32 5C do to London, 86 00 do to London, 3d 50 do to Paris, ' 96 00 do to Paris, 40 50 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 _Qaeenestown, $30. Those who wish to send for their friends can buy tickete bere at these rates. For further information apply at the Company's Offices. • JOHN G. DALE, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

,Wk have taken oyef on thel&t of April the balance Of goods bought of Mr.'_^Boger, to our _pwh store, where we will continue to - sell the balance left at very low prices, until the'whole are sold. Among those goods are" 1,000 yards remnants,, delaine and calico, 16, 18 and 20 cents. _,fti " " " 500 yards remnants," lawns and other dress goods, 16, 18 and 20 cents. 200 yards of barege1 and lustre, 20 and 26 cent?. '1,000 _iyaxds of linen crash, 16, 18 and 20 cents. c " j * 100' yards of_^rown'and grey cloth for summer coats. _^"1,000 " yards of: linetr_, cotton and wool pants stuff, cheap. 300 dozenr oCthe very jbest spool cotton, white andcolOreVl. _* •* ' 1,000 papers of the very best of Smiths' needles, 5 cts. a paper; also stockings, gloves, pocket handkerchiefs, hoop skirts, all _kiods of combs, patent thread, tapes, socks, either by ttiQ_^j lbzen'Sr p iepe_^ I'YCeJiavedilsdion hand yet 20 pieces of straw matting, cheap. U 20 pieces of splendid_.fiKured'window _enrt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

For the Boneflt '6f the Public-It._is hot our puipose. to disparage the noble science of medicine or say anything that will conflict with its legitimate _usefulnees, but we hold that the evidence.of experience is entitled to 6ome consideration. We refer here to the astonishing virtues of simple _medicines, that have been introduced to the public, the attestations of thousands ot sick ( whp. have been permanently cured, will bear,me put _inlaying tha| the German vegetable medicines .of Mrs. Westhoven now,manufactured and sold by Mrs. L. Ball, hold a prominent place among the best medicines of the age for all diseases that they claim to cure, rheumatism, dyspepsia, liver and kidney, coughs and fever. They, combine in their _cPmSposition the experience of (a long life and dose observation. They can be purchased at the residence of Mrs. L. Ball,! No. 27 _H6nth Pine Street, Harrisburg, _Pennsylvania. Notice.—Orders from a distance promptly attended to. - o < _imf>» '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

553 BUBIA. MILLS. 355 3634 and865 W_"_asl_^ington Street . New Y prkx _CSity. _" GOVERNMENT COFFEE. nr>UT op id tin foil _^ound papers, 48 in a XT box. and in bulk. Our prices range from Tto 30:ceir£B. .We put np tbe folio*ing kinds: _jlyA , MABACAIBO, BIO AND VARIOUS 7 OTHER BRANDS OF SUPERIOR COFKEE. f We believe our Coffee to be better than Any ground Coffee now hi use. All orders addressed to us, or to onr_; agents, Messrs. Placb & Yquhq, 182.Cbamn|Br8 Street, corner _Was_^iuston Street^^w York Qity, will receive promrt lattention. *¦"' * J ' . " r " ' _ '•'' '' ¦ The retail trade supplied by first _claus jobbing houses hi the varibus cities. 1ABEB & PLACE. WM. T.TABBK. . CHAS. FLACB. _\ N. B.—Trade Price Li3t _rurnisberl upon apiplication. __ decl8 d3m-rdmT23

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

Valuable Furnace Property tor Bale ;_, or to Rent. rriHE undersigned will sell or rent _Chester X Furnace, situate ia Cromwell towcoUip, Huntingdon county, B*. The Stack is well and _BubstanJ.ially built ' ; there is also Ten Bank Housesi in tolerable repair; there is an abundance of good wood that " can be _purchased at trom 16 ,io 26_cems per cord, (wood leave,) within two miles of the stack, and abundance of good bre pan be got from oue to two and a half miles, at a reasonable price.. The furnace ia about ten miles from Mt. Union station, P B. B., with a good public road leading to it. For further particulars, address_ ., ' SAMUEL WILSON, Spruce Creek, P. O., Huntingdon county, Pa. . . . mr31-d3m

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