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

Revoked.—A dispatch received from Lieut. Colonel M'Carthey, who was sent to Washington last week to inquire into the facts relative to the payment of the officers of the, different regiments, as regards their arms, equipments, &c, states that he haB accomplished his mission, and the order to-retain their pay until all their accounts are settled has been revoked. This is gratifying intelligence to the officers stationed in the city, who come under this head, because many of them will be enabled to drawing fresh invoice of greenbacks, something which they have not received from Uncle Sam for several monthB.

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

i\ _c _§W_; Cfltgrap "_" nV.TjV._K I1 ,4 ¦ v 8 UTlSKIlS.—All Arivertistiix :nts. oneness Notices, Mar. rlagcs _Dtiiiiis. >Sn:>, to secure insertion in. tut •; K1.K--'- • •• ¦*• !>i '» uiust invariably |>e »'- «'<>»> _panictJ with the CASH. ¦<¦ Adverti.-iciin->i(.-i _onScred in the regular afcveiiing E«l'ii<-n aie inserted in tlie Horning EdiP«-i» w it hout extra, charge. F UABBlbBUBG. FA.

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

KThb Provost Guard.—This organization now lumbers one hundred and twenty-five men, bree of whom are commissioned officers, and toe hundred and twenty-two enlisted men. Of his number one hundred and eight are on luty, the balance being sick, absent, or in arest. These numbers are continually changing is the men recover from their complaints and ire sent to their regiments. None but convaescent sick or wounded are assigned to this luty, the services of all others being conBtant y required in the field.

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

Re-Organized—The First City Zouaves have old regular weekly meetings Bince their muster ut of the service, Bnd the Captain, F. _Asbury cwl, has succeeded in completely re-organizing |e company, with the intention of re-entering _ie service when the Government issues another ill for volunteers. The meetings are held _frery Thursday evening, and have been well Itended by the old company members.

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

Tuesday _Evwting, May 26, 1S63 OWN AND COUNTRY : Gen. "W. W. Irwin, Commissary General and President of the Military Board of Claims, returned to the State Capital last evening, after in absence of seme weeks, detained at home on prgent private _business. The sessions of the Board of Claims will at once be resumed.

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

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

_H) . iD. <&Ta*_t _^ €fl D. W. GROSS & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS, NO. 19 MARKET STREET, HARRISBURG, PA. DRUGGISTS, PHYSICIANS, STOREKEEPERS AND CONSUMERS. We are dally adding to our assortment of goods all such articles as are desirablel and would; respectfully call your attention to the largest and best se _l ected stock In this city, of DRUGS, CHEMIOALS & PAINTS, _iis, Varnishes and Glues, Dye-Stuffa, Glass and Putty, Artist's Colors and Tools,: < j Pare Ground Spices, Burning Fluid and Alcohol, Lard, Sperm and Pme Oils, . . _Bottlei, Vials and Lamp Globes, . Castile Soap, Sponges and Corks, ' ' &c., &c., &c_, fto. &o. With a general variety of PERFUMERY & TOILET ARTICLES selected from the best manufactures and Per fumers of Europe and this country. Being very large dealers in PAINTS, WHITE LEAD, UNSEED OIL, VARNISHES, _WEJDOW GLASS, ARTIST'S COLORS, PAINT AND ABTKT'S BRUSHES IN ALL...

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

. MORTON'S UNBIVALLED GOLD PEN. FIRST QUALITY WARRANTED. NONE BE1TER IN THE WHOLE WORLD. A GBEAT LUXURY. PERSONS yi want of a superior and really good gold pas will find with me a large assortment to select from, and hare the privilege to exchange the Pens until their hand is perfectly suited. And if by fab* means the Diamond points break off during twelve monthsthe purchaser shall have the privilege to select a new one, without any charge. I have very good Gold Pens, j made by. Mr. Mortonnot warranted, in strong silver-plated cases, for $1$1.25, $1.60, $2100. For sale at 8CHEFFER'8 BOOKSTORE, . ap6 No. 18 Market street, Harrisburg, Pa. STEAM BOILERS, HAVING made _efficient and permanent arrangements for the purpose, we are now prepared to make Steam Boilers pf every kind, promptly and at reasonable rates. We shall use the iron made by Bailey k _^Brother, the reputation of which is second ¦ to none in the market. _„ None but the best hands employed. Bepair ing promptly attended ...

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

GREAT DISCOVERYI KUNKEJL/S ¦ } BITTER WINE OF IBON, •-o-Q>>p- "T_^B- the cure of _^_ijjfim mSm_^ik w TlON, ACIDITY OF and for all cases requiring a Tonic. This Wine includes the mOBt agreeable and efficient Salt of Iron we possess ; Citjate of Magnetic Oxide combined, with the most energetic of _vegetable _tonfcs. Yellow Peruvian Bark. The effect in many cases of debility, loss of appetite, and general prostration, of an efficient Salt of Iron, combined with pur valuable Nerve Tonic, is most happy. It augments the) appetite, raises the pulse, takes off muscular Mbbir _ness, removes the palor of debility, and gives a florid vigor to the countenance. ' , Do you want something to strengthen you ? Do you want a good appetite f '' Do you want to build up your constitution ? Do you want to feel well? * Do you want to get rid of 'nervousness ? Do you want energy t '" .. ! Do yotf want to Bleep well? ' Do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling If you do, try KVNKEL'8 BI...

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

TftKO. F. _SGHElfFEK., BOOK _AJfO _JOB PaJLXTEK NO. 18 MARKET. 8QARE, HABBISBUBG. T>ABTICULAB attention paid to _Priatt,. JL.-, Baling and Binding of Railroad Blank: Manifests , Policies, Checks, Drafts, &c. Car printed at $2, $8, $4, and $5 per thousand, i elegant style. j20 POSTAGE _CDKRKNCY. TXTE have received an assortment of Wa TT _letB adapted for carrying safely and cv yeniently the NewOarroncy, with lot of LEATHER GOODS GENERALLY Ladies' Satchels, Ladies ' _Companioos, Pcr _^- PortmonnaieB, Segar CasesCard _CasW Vvting and _Sewiog Cases, Portfolios. KECLEB'SDBUQSTOBE, 9i Market -t IbdfflfOC& g _PBGS«glL &Y&UP. THI _S _^ INVALUABLB 8YBUP, WHICH I t - *&&& _^_SPfcUe in ite composition, _> bean employed with wonderful succaa_? . many yean fix the cure of diseases for _th . PAS8AOB»andI,TJNGa For any far "Ai _dfsease such as COUGH, TICKU>'<G _^ °tt [ CULT BBEATHINGB&ABSESr u_^S'rR_^...

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

JSortheni _CetttM Eailway! I . ¦ . ' ... '¦•.. ¦ . ¦ •.- .. ii;_jM ; : . ¦ : . ¦ . - *_J_<nm'i _*iii!UlL.._ilil..ii ' . ' " ' J v " ' ' _rfw_^HBKVnff HE" 'ilii'" ¦ r - \ i -\ t ¦ ¦ . _» , ¦ , ¦ SUMMERJlttiMfiLK V../ iH_^_E _^^RAINS DAILY . | ..-.J _^ :-.. .. TO AHD FEOM ' ¦ -'¦•J j Salt_| : mo _bH. ';: ' " "" "_' , ; * a«d'" , ' _, "" '. Washington City. : _Connections _'made with trains on Pennslyvii aia Railroad, to and from Pittsburg and the West. • • ¦ ;¦ - • ¦' •¦•¦ • _- _- ¦; •-¦•_- ¦ - •¦ | TWO _TRAINS DAILY_^ to and from the North and West Branch _Susquehanna_, Elmira_, and all of Northern New York.; " f _; DS and after MONDAY, APRIL 20th 1863, the Passenger Trains of the Northern Central Railway will arrive at and depart from _Harrisburg and Baltimore as follows,,viz: * ! _SOUTHWARD, v MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily ! (except Sunday).. 10110 A.fl _^ • - • ¦ •« leaves Harrisburg.. 1.16 P. M i ; u , arrives at Baltimore 6.36 P. M BXPRE8S TRAIN* leaves' Sunbary:'...

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

Chut of <_JLracf Pennsylvania Rail Road I _Summer Time Table. FIVE TKAINS DAILY TO AND FROM PHILADELPHIA. OH AMD AJTBB MONDAY, APRIL 20th, 1863, ( _THHE Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania JL Railroad Company will depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and Philadelphia as fellows : EASTWARD. THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves, Harrisburg daily at 2.00 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.10 a. m. . j FAST LINE leaves Earrisburg daily (ex eept Mqnday) at 5.45 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.66 a. m. Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster. WAY/ACCOMMODATION,, via Mount Joy, leaves Harrisburg-.at 7.00, a. m.,and. arrives at West Philadelphia at 12.26 p. m. j FAST MAIL TRAIN leaves _Harrisburg daily (except Sunday) at 1.00 p. m., and arrives * at West Philadelphia at 5.00 p: m. j HARRISBURGACCOMMODATIONTRAIN, via Columbia,, leaves Harrisburg at 4.00 _>p.m., andarrivesat West Philadelphia,at 9.30p. m. ;. WE8TWABB_. * J BALTIMORE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves ...

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

NfiW AIR LINK ROUTE TIBU TBAI1T8 DAILY TO MEW TORI, _^ , _JPHILApELPHIA. _^_TiN " AND " AFTER MONDAYiAPRIL _V_7 20th1862V the Passenger Trains will _loave the Philadelphia and Reading Bailroad _A J)epo$, _at Harrisburg, for New York and Philadelphia, ' aafollows, yiis: ¦ " ; ~~'" -- ' ; ; . _T ;-; EASTWARD. _: _" I EXPRESS: LIMB, leaves _Harrisburg at 2.15 A_^M., on arrival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train from the West, arriying hi New York at 9.30 A. M., and at Philadelphia at 8.20 A. _,M: iAsleepmgi car is attached to the train through from _iPittaburg without change. MAHa TBAIN , leaves ._Harrisborg at 8.00 A. M._^ _agfi_^Bg:in Ne5_f Yorfa at 6 _.30P_.M_/, and Philadelphia at 1.60 P_; Mi . FAST LINE.leaveBHarrisburK at 2.00 P. M., arriving in New York at 10.25 P. M., and Philadelphia at 7-00 B.M. ¦ ; -I....;,.-... ;. aifffi.I WEBTWABD. _< v,:-. _-_> :_; i?PAST LINB'leayeBiNe w York at 6.00 A. M., ahdPhiladelphia at; 8.1,5 A. M., arriving a, Harris...

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

Mmtllanton* TOILET BRUSHES. T_7 VERY description or class of Toilet Brushes, irj and each class in great variety of style, qnalityand price. We can furnish almost any article of Toilet Brush from common to extra fine, at a very reasonable price. The following list comprises our stock of _Kt ods of this line now in store : HAIR BRUSHES.—For ladies, for gentlemen , for infante, for barbers, for soldiers, narrow for curling, short handles, buffalo backs, inlaid, very hard, and very soft. OLOTH BRUSHES.—Handled, fine French, common, roach back, tourists, ' or soldiers', dogroot. HAT BRUSHES.—Fine French, ordinary, tourists'. BONNET BRUSHES.—Dog-root, broom corn. VELVET BRUSHES.—French sprigs, corn , dog-root. SHAVING BRUSHES.—Buffalo horn, rosewood handles, of badger hair and bristles, com mon, metal and screw handles. TOOTH BRUSHES.—American, French and, English, ivory and buff handles, double, tourist's in case, badger hair, Russia bristle very hard, 3 row cheap, straight, curve...

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

PORTFOLIOS _^ >-;-_^ FOR SOLDIERS WHOLESALE O& EETATL. ' * _" -. _""" r ;>_J ' AT PRICES PR OBABLY LESS than can now be purchas ed elsewhere. ' '-¦• -¦ SOLDIERS look toyou_^_interests, and call or send to _" ' ' KELLER'S * Dru _fr Store, 91 Market Street, ; for a-Wsting Folio. '¦ To dealers wishing1 to "buy: out * the lot we will offer * ,_>" ' _"~ ,' no22 PURE CALIFORNIA v WIHES FOB MEDICAL / _WHkcV_^ OALIFORNIA HOCK_^m_^E, '_"' j " CALIFORNIA Pti£##NE, ~""J CALXFOBNIA 'iNGEETOA WINE, CALIFORNIA _MUSdATEL WINE,_' CALIFORNIA GRAPE _BRANDY. _,/ " The attention _pf Invalids is particularly called to these wines. They are equal to the beat European wines, and guaranteed " pure. For Bale at _KELLERS DRUG STORE oct26 --- '¦- - — - 91 Market fit-A STB Alt _GKE ?¦ SJ£ O K Y , -r - ; ¦ jjj .->.-a ., .. ..... _^ Sm E. Bulwxb Lytok, |7<OB sale at— ----- ----- —- — - - I? BERGNER'S BOOKSTORE. _^ _CtHURNS, Brooms, Baskets , and all kinds of J Ced...

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

NRJlibLy & 30_^ v, ' WU'.UJtALE AND KI-riAH. OROCEH . _OOBHCB Of FROST _AKD _MARKBT _STaKKr: BISBUaQ, _PEfSA. OWING *o t_^d _iemanJe of our butin-Lave euibtged and improved our room, and respectfully invite the atteati the public to our extw"_^_-* _-_«_rf w_.Ml -. . stock of flBOCERli_^, PROVISIONS, PORSIGN AM; MKN1IC _PBUITS, CEDAR AND WILL WARB. We offer for sale STEWAKTS & LOVEBIN'S CHOICE SYu CHOICE SYBUPS AND _M_0_L _AS_^^_: of all _kiu. WHITB AND BROWN SUGAK. _^ GREEN AND BLACK TEA. COFFEE, SPICES, _aul FLAVORING _EXTEU We keep on hand all binds of Country doce; also, FLOUB, FISH. SALT, HAMS, LABD, &c. We call attention to our large Btock;Of _e rlor NON EXPLOSIVE COAL Oil oae«iualled in every respect by any in the ket, together with all kinds of COAL OIL LAMPS, SHADES, BURN) and CHIMNEYS. QUEENS WARE AND OLASSWAR of 6V*ry style, always on hand. NICHOLS k BOWMAN, my20 rJ-dl6] Cor. Front and Market _S;

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

Cmef of QLvo-ozl iS62. winter 1863 ARRANGEMENT! _CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND FRANKLIN RAIL ROADS. /_CHANGE OF HOURS.—On and after Mon-\J day, November 171862, Passenger Trains will run daily, as follows, (Sundays excepted): For _Chambersburjj and _Harruburg: . A. X. P. U. Leave _Hagerstown 7.00 2.46") " Greencastle 7.87 8.86 ( Arrive at. 8.17 4.20 _Chambersburg.... -J _^J , __, _. . (Leaveat...8.80 12.66 Leaves Shippensburg 9.00 1.28 " _XewyiUe ............._|9.82 2.00 " _Oariisle...,............ 10.10 2.42 " _Mechanicsburg...... i .10.42 8.12 Arrive at Harrisburg......... :41.15 , 8.40 For Chambenbnrfl: and _HafireriWwn: A. M. P. M. Leave Harrisburg: 8.06 1.86 " _Mechaniceburg........ 8.47 2.16 " Carlisle .,9.27 2.66 " NewviUe. .10.02 8.29 " Snippensburg 10.88 4.60 Arrlve'atChamt»erbburg......ll.OO 4.80 Leave Chambersburg......... 11.10 4.40 , -: ,*v_. _Greencastle 11.65 6.80 _Arrive_%_^Hiigeretown.t-r. ._t?*?i2j8&i-fe*6rlO _^&" Making close connections at _Harris...

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

FEEIGfHT KEDIJGED HOWARDS HOPE J2_ju2L±'XVJ!iOS UU. p __. , iOBIIllKMl _nMw y_^ri_^ Goods Ordered in the Morning _Returned the same NigiitCi _" . ¦; ' .. '' I vj?' _£. ¦ ¦ '^~;v ' ]j _ZjiH _" r ' i ' Leave New. York at 7_J P. M:, by the Fast Through Express Train, arriving in Harrisburg _atS_^M; 1- -u -};.. ¦ - ., _- ¦ •¦ -_—- . _' . ¦ ¦'• _Wl_^_EdTTD 0_flkNte_r 0p OAES_, Order Goods marked * ¦ _~ ;"T " - .. i. via HOPE EXPBBSS G<X;_i _^ -JjTO?*1 _, O_^_o_^l_^_iSlttWliiay. _^w._Yorfc Forfiu_^e_^lnfonnatiQ_^ejiqubeLot ' h ; 5GKO._^BEBaNEB, Agent HAXVSBrniaji_^mr. _1861.-dtf uJv>_fAu Ci.isx

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

READING BAILRO AD _€UMMEB/AR&ANGrEMENT. f4mii_^ TRUNKyiJilSFyOM THE NdRTH VXand Northwest for PhiladelphiaNew York, Reading, _PottsvillenLeblSbn , Allentown, But ton, &c., &c. f_^1 " g_^ •» Trams leave HamsburgTOr PhiladelphiaNew YorkReading, _Potteville * knd all infermediate stationsat 8.00 A . M. j and 2.00 Pip[. i New York Expresaleftves Harrisburg, at 2.16 A. $£., arriving at New York at_._|.l5 the same morning. " • _* _? f _« 'jFares from _Harrisburg: TO New York $6 16; tov Philadelphia $8-86. and $2 80. Baggage checked through. ' " Returning, leave New York at 6 A. M., 12 Noon, and 7 P. M., (Pittsburg Express.) Leave Philadelphia at 8.16 A. M., and 8.80 P. M. Sleeping cars in the New York Express Trains, through' to and from Pittsburg without change. Passengers by the _Catawissa Railroad leave Tamaqua at 8.60 A. M., and 2.16 P. M.for Phil adelphla, New Yorkand all Way Points. _, Trains leave Potteville at 9.15 A. M., and 2.30 P. M., for Philadelphi...

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

18ii:::;i::;.;; 1863 PHILADELPHIA _AND ERIE RAIL ,, ROAD. ; npiHIS great line traverses the Northern and JL Northwest _countiea_.oi Pennsylvania to the It has been teased by the _Tensuytvania Rail road Comgany, and under their auspices is beiag rapidly bpehed throughout its entire length. ] It is now ihJ use for 'Passenger', and 'Freight business from Harrisburg to Driftwood,u (2d Fork) (177 miles) en the Eastern Division, and from Sheffield to Erie, (78 miles,) on the Western _Dryisioii. '' " -.' _A ; • _; ¦" no 0? _^ BA_88<W0«B_.3»AIH8 AT _HABJaSBUBG. i Ma|) _JCrajn _JeaveaNorth M.16 A. 1JL Express Tram leaves North....... 3.00 A. M. Cars run through _wuhout ohahqi both ways on these trains between Philadelphia and Look Haven, and _between Baltimore and lock Haven. Elegant Sleeping oars on the Express train both ways. ¦-¦ '- - _~ • ! For information respecting Passenger bp|i _nees apply at the .8. E. Cor. Jlth and Market ^™?^ '" i_^_-_r'" -P- t a-: _- ' _- ( ' -i- - ¦...

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