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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

RECRUITS WANTED "CKm 4,7th BEGIMENT, P Y Lioned at_^es?> ?^^_-Ji A &JL* _fl** '«- _W - W. GEETY, idSteeet _^ _osnoBVte Presbyterian Church P atriot Wd _Ujafor_*, p eTry Couuty Democrat jJi'tei?r *q< _%. SloOmfield . «>PV one month an eendbdlto thia office for collection _imn.r.1; *M&\ __ my26-liu o Sun Shades and Sun Umbrella* _AKNE _ASSORTMENT. All the _differed Styles and prices. CATHCARl'S Next door to the Harrisburtr Bank. _ my_!2 d2w * tifYrXA t MONTH !-I vant to hire Agt-nti «|P # t/ in every county at $75 a-month, ex penees paid, to sell my new cheap Family Sew ing Machines. Address S. MADISON. myl8-d_*w3m . Alfred, Me. B'^^—Another l arge lot ot Mackerel and Herring, in all sues of packages, barrel* halves, quarters and kits, for sale lew by „_ NICHOLS & BOWMAN _Vw Cor. Front and Market Streets.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

Y. M. O. A. GBA'NB CONCERT BT THE HIRMONIC SOCIETY! On FRIDAY EVENING , -IN THE COUBT HOUSE. rpHE celebrated CANTATA, "THE Ha\ JL MAKERS ," will be given under tbe dirt_, tion of Mr. Silas Ward. The entire proceeds of the Concert will Ix given to the United State* Christian Commission. Tickets 25 cents. For sale at the Book, Mu sic and Prog Stores. my26 t J

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

VALLANDiaHAM WHAT THB REBEL fKESS SAT OF illy Nkw Yobc, May _2j. Th* Tribune's Murfreeboro dispatch gay? _ihv Mr. Yallandigham declared _himself to be !r.\a to the United States, and that bis escort w,-r taking a prisoner to tbe Confederate author ties. The correspondent deems it probable that t.. enemy would refuse to receive him. He v.:_l. given to understand by General _Rosecrans, th t should he arrange to return to our _lims, u - President's order to carry the original sent?L into effect would be executed. The Bichmond Dispatch , of the 23d, puts r. faith in the speakers at the Vallacdigbam m. e: log in New York, and says that Governors f-ey _ujonr and Hunt are no better than Sumner o Chase; nay, cot so good; not even as good a Burneide. The Enquirer has no sympathy with Val'._iiL digham and says he might be sent at once Le yond our lines.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

ARMY OF THE POTOMAC _Washihpton, May 26. Gentlemen arriving I ere from the Bappahanncck report that nothing of importance is transpiring in the army. Many of the line and staff officers have gone North, and there is no Indication of any immediate movement. A gentleman reports that while a regiment of troops was being paid off, recently, a smuggler came into camp and foucd a ready sale for his whisky at $8 a pint. The officer in command, on discovering the illicit trade, confiscated the prohibited stock on band and drove the trader away. Many of the camps have been changed to more healty localities. The wounded are well cared for, and nothing conducive to their comfort ia withheld. The Commissary department mu6t be in good hands, as there are do complaints of the character or insufficiency of food.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

The Tort Organ contains a dolorous column of editorial this morning, deprecating the uses to which the radicals will put the great victory reported to have been achieved by the troops led by Gen. Grant. The tories seem to think that the radicals, only, can make use of victory won by our arms, while to such conservatives as those who distil their poison through its medium, disaster and defeat are only useful. Perhaps it is right, as radicalism now means intense love of country, while conservatism im? plies the wavering treachery in the shape of modern Democracy, which has been trembling between loyalty and treason for two years past.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

:,:__: Nkw Jows., May 26. Cotton dull and heavy at 50c Flour declining; sales of 9,000 bbls.* at $6 10@5 30, for State, $6 15@6 33 for Ohio, and $8 35@6 80 fore Southern. Wheat declining and nominally l@2c lower. Corn dull and l@2c lower; sales of 60,000 bus. at 92@93c for sound and 64©71C for unsound. _Provieiontfdull and unchanged. Whisky dull at .43_}@44c. Beceipts—flour 14,734-bbls.; _yheat 103,946 bus.; corn 202 - 667 bus. ¦ •' " '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

_Frony _Alexandria, &a. Nkw York, May 26. The New York Times has a letter from Alexandria, La., stating that our troops are moving up the river towards the enemy. Four transports had arrived at New Orleans with troops from Gen. Hunter's department and others were coming.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

DR. HOOFLAND'S GERMAN BITTERS. Prepared by Dr. C. M. JACKSON, Philadelphia, Pa. Will effectually cure Liver Com plaint, Dyspepsia, Jaundice, Chronic or Nervous Debility, Diseases of the Kidneys, and all disea-es arising from a disordered liver or Stomach, such as Constipation, Inward Piles, Fullness of Blood to the Head, Acidity of the Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Food, Fullness or weight in the Stomach, Sour Eructations, Sinking or Fluttering at the Pit of the Stomach, Swimming of JEHtbual IJOT ALCOHOLIC A HIGHLY CONCENTRAl'ED "VEGETABLE EXTRACT. A PURE TONIC the Head, Hurried asd Difficult Breathing, Fluttering at the Heart, Choking or Suffocating Sensations when in a lying posture, Dimness of Vision, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pain in the Head, Deficiency of Perspiration, Yellowness of the Skin and Eyes, Pain in the Side, Back, Chest, L i mbs , &c, Sudden Flushes of Heat, Burning in the Flesh, Constant Imaginings of Evil, and grea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

Disgraceful Riot in East Sooth Street—Destruction of Property, furniture, 8fc.—Last evening a squad of soldiers entered a lager beer saloon, kept by a mulatto named Wm. Toop, in Short street, a short distance from Walnut, and called for lager beer. After drinking the beer, some dispute arose in regard to the pay, which ended by the soldiers taking several of the glasses on the counter, and appropriating them to their own use. While ' they were leaving the saloon, a policeman, standing near, heard the disturbance and proceeded to arrest two of them, the others escaping by flight. The policeman hurried his prisoners to the May * or' s office with all poesible_^dispatch, where they had a hearing, and were acquitted by paying for the beer—nothing else being proved against them. The release of these men only infuriated the mob, who, by this time, numbered at least one hundred and fifty soldi; _rs, besides an extensive crowd collected together by this unusual disturbance in the street...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

HAMS!!! C)f\ AAA LBS.—Composed of the <*V/jV/v/V/ following brands, just received : _NswBftCD _'e, celebrated. New Jersey, selected. Evans and Swot' s, superior. Michiner_'s Excelsior, canvassed. Michiner'_s Excelsior, not encanvassed Iron Citt, canvassed. Iron Cut, not canvassed. Plain Haxs, strict ly prime. • Countrt Hahb, very fine. Eaoh ham sold will be guaranteed as represented. WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO. LIQUORS. _TJS7E have on hand a very superior _selectiod Vf of WINES, BRANDIES and FINE LIQUORS, of every description. BRANDIUS of the choicest brands and vintages. WINES of every variety and of the finest quality. ST. CRUZ BUM. HOLLAND GIN. IRISH, SCOTCH, RYE and BOURBON WHISKY, CHAMPAGNE, SCOTCa ALE, BROWN STOUT, CORDIALS, &c. Also, a NATIVE WINE, manufactured from the domestic grape, which is a splendid article, and we know it to be pure. apU WM. DOCK, Jn., & CO. HORSES, WA.GONS AND CAKTS TO HIRE. JOHN ALCORN, Broad street, West Ham. • burg, is...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

I Promotions for Gallant Services.—Colonel Hart ft of the 51st Regiment Penna. Vol., bas been appointed a-Brigadier General, a fact Which will give satisfaction wherever real liative valor and modest devotion to a good Cause are properly esteemed and valued. I Adjutant George Shorkley, also of the 61st feegiment Penna. Vol., has been made a Major lor gallant services at Antietam, where he _wafe _leverely wounded. Major Shorkley is one of Pose sincere and traly chivalrous men who never fail to win the confidence of true men m whatever position duty places him. He will «b honor to his promotion. . , -_^ .•——•V'4A Deaf and Dumb Soldier.—Yesterday af-MlprBOon a way-worn soldier appeared at the _ifpEice of Capt. Dodge, and made a written rerSiest for transportation to Elmira, N. Y. He _Wwore upon his breast a "Crescent," the symbol _^ the Eleventh Corps, a body of mm already fa-Utaous in history, 'but of what-that fame is |i&ade up, we would rather others than ourselves _iiir...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

_*WThb Cohnee Stonb of the Second Lutheran _^iSiuRCH wiil be laid on Friday next, with fitting ifliremouits. Bev. Conrad, of the Lancaster city Jsfatherau Church, with other eminent clergyjtten of _Harrisburg and from a distance, will be • j_^_Heut a nd participate in the ceremonies. We _itifa. publish a full account of the ceremonies ' _©fe_^16 occaF'on> _^e understand that the Hari«wnic society of Harrisburgwillalsobe present _frrflftri furnish the ruusic. JK _qu At Work.—The commissioner of the _flSond ward had a small squad of men engaged Jwday yesterday cleaning up the mud in Second _rjf_^et_, between the market house and Mulberry _^Igeet. Before night two long rows of mud lay !&{p3d up on either side of the street, and a Ojrtpse of carters were busily, engaged in carry-JjBfc itoff to another locality. The street looks inuoa cleaner to-day, and presents a striking _iaKnt_.raat from its appearance yesterday morning. Passed Through.— Yesterday afternoon two ¦ t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

HANDS WANTED. rpW0 or THREE good steady men, with some JL _knowledge of Farm or Garden work, will be employed for the season. • llP Tne highett wagt* will _ba paid to persons of the right kind. Apply to H. A. MISH. Keystone Nursery, May 22,1868. 200 Agenti Wanted to Sell Moyd'i American Map of the United Statei. I : PRICE $100. PERSONS wishing to engage in selling these maps can be furnished, in any quantity, by addressing D. D. BARTON, Mecbanicsburg, Cumberland county, Pa., agent, at publisher's prices,, with freight added. A largo lot of ._superioi finished maps have just been' received. Good agents can sell from fifteen to thirty maps per day, and realize from $6 to $10 profit. Two hundred agents wanted immediately for any part of the United States. Address - D. D. BABTON_, Mechanicsburg, Cumberland county, Pa. myl5-d8w_< TO ARCHITECTS. rpHE South Ward School Board will pay a X premium of Thirty Dollars for a plan and specifications for a two-story brick school house...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

Wk have taken over on the 1st of April the balance of goods 'bought of Mr. Boger, to our own 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 arid 20 cents 500 yards remnants, lawns and other dress goods, 16, 18 and'20 centeC 200 yards qi barege and lustre, 20 and 25 cents. 1,000 yards of linen crash, 16,18 and 20 cents. 100 yards of brown and grey cloth for Bummer coats. 1,000 yards of linen, cotton and wool, pants stuff,.cheap. .. . ' ... ' . " .. ' . ' ... ' . - ' 300 dozen of the very best spool cotton, white and colored. "*" ,; ' _, . _t 1,000 papers of the very best of Smiths' needles, 5 cts. a paper; also stockings, gloves, pocket handkerchiefs, hoop skirts, all kinds of combs, patent thread, tapes, socks, either' by the dozen or piece. We have also on hand yet about 10 pieces of CARPET, which we will Bell at 75;cents per yard. 20 pieces of straw mat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

MOTHERS! MO TH ERS!! MOTHERS!!! DON'T fail to procure MRS. WINSLOW'S SOOTHING SYRUP for CHILDREN TEETHING. This valuable preparation is the prescription of one the best female physicians and nurses in the United States, and has been used for < thirty years with never failing safety and success by millions of mothers and children, from the feeble infant of one week old to the adult. It not only relieves the child from pain, but invigorates the stomach and bowels, corrects acidity, and gives tone and energy to the whole system. It will almost instantly relieve Griping in ths Bowels, and _Wun_> Colic. We believe it the Best and Sorest Remedy in the World, in all cases of DYSENTERY and DIARRHO3A. IN CHILDREN, whether it arises from Teething or from any other cause. Full directions for using will accompany each bottle. None Genuine unless the fac simile of CURTIS & PERKINS, New York, is on the outside wrapper. Sold by all Medicine Dealers. Principal Office, 48...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

3&tm &foo£riisnnmt0 Steam Weekly to LiverDool. POUCHING at QUEENSTOWN, (Cork Har-JL Boa.) The well known _Su_^mt-re of the Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia Steamship Company, are lnteuded to sail as follows : City of Baltimore, Saturday, May 30; Etna, Saturday, June f>; Edinburgh, Saturday, June 13, and every succeeding Saturday, at Noon, from Pier 44, North River. BATES OF PASSAGE, _PATABLl IN GOLD, OB ITS EQUIVALENT IN CUBBENOT. FIRST CABIN, $80 00 8TEEEA0E, $32 CO do to London, 85 00 do to London, 35 50 do to Paris, 95 00 do to Paris, 40 50 do to Hamburg, 90 00 do to Hamburg, 37 50 Passengers also forwarded to Harve, Bremen, Rotterdam, Antwerp, &o., at equally low rate?. Fares from Liverpool or _Queenestown : 1st Cabin, $75, $85, $105. Steerage from liverpool, $40. From _Qaeenestown, $30. Those who wish to send for their friends can buy tickets here at these rates. For further information apply at the Company's Offices. JOHN G. DALE, A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

Special &otuc0 For the Benefit of the Publicit is not our purpose to disparage the noble science of medicine or say anything that will conflict with its legitimate usefulness, but we hold that the evidence of experience is entitled to some consideration. We refer here to the astonishing virtues of simple medicines that have been introduced to the public, the attestations of thousands of sick who have been permanently cured, will bear me out in saying that 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 cbmbjpe in their composition the experience of a long life and close observation. They can be purchased at the residence of Mrs. L. Ball, No. 27 South Pine Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Notice.—Orders from a distance promptly attended to. . • -¦-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

353 RUBIA. MILLS, 355 863 and 355 Washington Street. Now York* City. _GOTERSMEWT COFFEE. PUT up in tin foil pound papers, 48 in a box , and in bulk. Our prices range from 7 to 30 cents. We put up the following kinds: JAVA, MARACAD30, BIO AND VARIOUS OTHER BRANDS OF SUPERIOB COFFEE. We believe our Coffee to be better jthan any ground Coffee now in use.. All orders addressed to us, or to our agents, Messrs. Place & _Yomra , 182 Chambers Street, comer Washington Street, New _^ York City, wi 1 ie3eive prompt attention. The retail trade supplied by fust class jobbing houses in the various cities. TABEB & PLACE. WM. I. ABBS. CBAS. PLAOB, N. B.—Trade Price List furnished upon application. 9 decl8-d3m-rdmr23

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

VALUABLE PROPERTY AT PUBLIC SALE, TN pursuance of the last will and testament of X John Sele, dee'd, will be exposed to public Bale, on SATURDAY, THE 13th DAY OF JUNE, at the Court House, in the City of Harrisburg, at two o'clock, p. m , a VALUABLE TRACT OF LAND, situate in the city of Harrisburg, on the Jonestown road, adjoining property of John Snoop, William.'Allison and the Haehnlen estate, it_^being the property of-John Sele, dee'd, containing twenty-one acres, more or less, erected thereon is a good two story FRAME HOUSE AND BARN, other out buildings, good water, and a thriving young APPLE ORCHARD. Sale to,commence at two o'clock, as above stated, when the terms and conditions of sale will be made known by JOHN BRADY , Adminlsttator de bonls non C. T. A. my25-td

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

Valuable Furnace Property for Sale or to Bent. rpHE undersigned will sell or rent Chester X Furnace, situate in Cromwell township, Huntingdon county, Pa. The Stack is well and substantially built; there is also Ten Bank Houses in tolerable repair; there is an abundance of good wood that can be purchased at from 15 to 25 cents per cord, (wood leave,) within two miles of the stack, and abundance of geod ore can be got from one to two and a half miles, at a reasonable price. The furnace is about ten miles from Mt. Union station, P. R. R., with a good public road leading to it. Foi further particulars, address SAMUEL _WDLSON , Spruce Creek , P. O., Huntingdon county, Pa. mr31-d3m

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