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

BOSS' 0HEMI0AL WBITING FLUID, Mandiaoturkd bt ibi AwniOAN _Lik _Coxpast, _BntQHAJCPiOH_, N. Y. _QEE what judges of ink in our city say: We the undersigned having used Boss Bro.'_s Chemical Writing Fluid consider it a tiqperior article wad heartily recommend its use to the public: : * J. C. Young, _Prothonotary, Dauphin county S. H. Brenner, Clerk to Prothonotary, do. : Joseph Miller, Clerk to Commissioners. John L. Speel, County Treasurer. John Rose, Deputy Recorder and Register. Samuel Marquart, Register.1 . Jacob Shell, Deputy Sheriff. Thoe. H. Norton, Capt. U. S. A., _Dis. Offioe. Handy Mix, Auditor General's office. D. 0. Maurer, " " " David Barnes " " " Jos. Garreteon_, " " " Wm.King, . «« .m " _Chas. Corner, " " " MS. Bower. " " " Alexander Wilson, State Treasurer's office. J. Hdcomb, •• " " A. C. Smith, Attorney-at-law.. N. B.—Changes of temperature will not affect his Fluid. • All sires for sale at KELLER'S DBUG STORE 81 _> 91 Marketstreet.

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

EAGLE WORK _Harrisbnr_^i Pennsvlvania. ¦AHUIAOTUXaK OX BOOK-BINDERS' RULDiG-MACHIliES AMD [ [ STANDING _PBESSES, SAWING MACHINES, PRESS BOA1-AMD MACHIinS _IOB GBINDING CUTTING-MACHINE KN1 \ Portable _CSdtr Mills and Fodder Cult SCHOOLFUBNITUBE, _fieaenl _laekine Work and Iron ami t _CASTINGS, WOOD _TURNINQ IN ALL IK _BRANCBid 8CR0LL 8_AWUfO. PLANING, E3C., i 0_^ Any Machine of Wood, Iron or br. made to order. Gear and Screw Catting, & HICKOK'8 PATENT WOODEN SCREW d/J"! ING TOOL 4_V> _Ctarii paid Ibr Old Copper, Bros V'P -'r - *« STEAM B0ILER8, -_< . PENNSYLVANIA HAilROA ABOVE STATE Siis_*KI. CELLAR WINDOW uril/iTE8, Ot nriow _Mttou, both BUUon_»ry _and _swinging. :-w We}_sbta«Bd wkniB dtber _ballding oastia_^s, for •- t«t _dieap at tbo [my34-ly] baOLK Work

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

_filiBttllanttms INSURAiSC K . Marine, Fire and InlaDri _Transportatioa, Central Agency at Harrieburg, Pa., of the DiSURANCE COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA OF PHILADELPHIA. Incorporated 1794—Charter perpetuaL Capital and Asset! $1,200 000 DIBECTOBS. Arthur G. Coffin, Samuel W. Jones, John A. Brown, Samuel F. Smith, Charles Taylor, Ambrose WhiteJohn R. Neff, Richard D. Wood, William WelshWilliam £. Bowen, James N. DickensonS. Morris Wain; John Mason, Geo. L. HarrisonFrancis B. Cope, Edward H. Trotter, Edward S. Clarke. ABTHUB G. COFFIN, President. CHABLES PLATTSecretary. As central agent for the above named compa ny, the undersigned is prepared to take ire _risk_^in any part of the State of Pennsylvania either annually or perpetually, on the most favorable term,. Office in Walnut street, near Second. WILLIAM BUEHLER, jelO-dly _Harrisburg, Pa.

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

BOSS' \ AMERI0AN ": _WRITING FLUID 1 j _fXF unequalled flow and brilliant color * equal free from mould at sediment; copies as well ai any copying ink, and not affected by_^freezing,' Price $6.00 per dozen quart bottles •" 62 cente per single quart. For sale at" " '- ) THEO. F. SCHEFFER'S BOOKSTORE. j j24 No. 18 _Market street, _Harrisbmg. MINCE MEAT. _, A SUPERIOR article just _received, an_^ tot sale by WM. DOCK, Jr., _j p p. j HONEY ; a delicious article of fresh honey J just receivedand for sale low by- _c * 1 *¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ NICHOES& BOWMM; i f8 _^Cor. Front and Market "Streets, j J UST RECEIVED, 60 boxes of sweet Messina1 Oranges, for sale, wholesale and _retauTat _" ; ._^JCTOWWS _BTOSfc : I j30 Tbird street, near WaSft. i ;:;;, _, cswffiAMPBAB : ' c: i n™^ at Keystone Nursery, adjoining the * X dvyof Harrisburar. j _XTEW ORLEANS SUGARSof all grades of IN sale low, by NICHOLS & BOWMAN mr7 Oomer Front_^nd Market fits.

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

PINK APPLES , _BANANNAt FBESH AND SALT F1M And- vegetables of all kinds , brought dhfrom the eastern markets , twice a week, a. purchased under my personal supervision, U"j enabling me to sell a better and cherper art; , than any in the market. _0_T Orders from a distance _attecded : promptly, and goods delivered to any {tart the city free of charge. FBESH QANN£D FRUIT constantly t hand. Give me a call. je26 JOHN _WISL JOHN WISH'S Confectionery & Fruit Stor THIRD STREET, NEAB WALNUT, HarriMbuT c, Pa. ONFEOTIONEEY OF ALL KINDS, ORANGES AND LEMOMF.

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

TO _QFFIGEHS AND SOLDIEfll _ColieetioD of _Fensieu, Bonn lies, Back Pay and War Claims. Officers'ray Bolls, Muster Rolls, and Recruiting Accounts Made Out. rflHE undersigned, having been in the em-_|_ - ployment of the United States daring the last eighteen months, as Cierk hi the Mustering and Disbursing Office and Office of Superintendent ot Becruitmg Service of Pennsylvania, ' respectfully informs the public that he has opened an office, in ihr- Daily THLKUtAfH Building fot the purpose of collecting Pensions, Bounties, Back Pay and War Claims; also, making out Officers' Pay Bolls, Muster Bolls and Recruiting Accounts. All orders by mail attende ) to promptly. ' Jip-TAOU SULLIVAN S. CHILD.

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

PRIME NO. 1 MACKERELin _kitts, foi family use, just received and for sale by J14 WM. DOCK, J_*.. 4 00.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

_Jtttmcal DE. JOHNSON LOCEHOSPITAL T TASaiBcovered the most certain; speedy and LA effectual remedies hi the world for . DISEASES OF JMPKUDENCE. _REUBF IS SIX TO TWELVE HOURS. NO MEBCURY OB,NOXIOUS DBUGS/:. A Cure Warranted,;«; _JVo Charge, in from One to Tu_/oDayt.., Weakness of the Back, Affections of the Kidneys and Bladder, Involuntary discharges, Impotency, General ' Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, Languor, Low Spirits, Confusion of Ideas, Palpitation of the He art, Timidity, ' Tremblings, Dimness of Sight or Giddiness, > ¦ Disease 6f the Head, Throat, _Nr so or Skin. Affections of the Liver, Lungs, Stctnach or Bowels—those terrible disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those _secret and solitary practices more fatal to tbeir victims tban the eong of Syrens to the Mariners of Ulysses,' blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage , &c, _imposaible'i- • ¦¦ .:- 'YOUNG MEN | Especially, who have become the victi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

The Latest Accounts from Bebel Sources. NJBWS raOH BICHMOND. From the Richmond Examiner of May 23, we get the following semi-official review of military matters. It wlll_^e_^een they were without advices from JdhnBoh since the 18th, oars being several days later, via Memphis. AN OMDSJOU8 _MDrrOBIAI. "A dispatch, dated Jackson, from the reporter of the Mobile Advertiser and Register , was r.ec4«^b _prjB yesterday morning. It was at first received without _ctiflcism and believed_^ and _sccasioned no little gloom, especially among the weak-kneed individuals oft the community, but when read . it was found.that the dispatch would stand inspection, and in the course of the day the whole account* becsine pretty generally discredited. • ¦ ¦ .- ¦ The reporter tells of a battle on _Sundayjvand _further on: states, which is perhaps the only authentic information he gives, that General Lorlcg is at Jackson. That he has not Informed the Department here of this Sunday battle, is pretty good p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

o ¦_- _JDto _2tbt_>erttrmtntg _"_^^^ _DOffisTIC GOODS/ JM GINGHAMS, CALICOES, ¦ _^ DELAINES, ', DBILLIN_9S, &o. Goods of this order at very little advance on manufacturers' prices. • ¦ CATHCABT & BBOTHEB, • r : Next door to the Hanisburg Bank. myl2-d2w _< THE « KING MICROSCOPE," : DOUBLE LENS. _DBOF. HOBSFOBD, of Harvard University, x. says, "it works very well, and you have got it up very neatly." Magnifies 25 diameters 55 cents in Postal Currency. The "BOWEN MICBOSCOPE_," 28 cents. The " S. W0ODWABD MICBOSCOPE," 38 cents. Or one each of the three kinds for $1. All free of postage. Address " T.EDWIN KING, mr2_fcd*w6m Box 880, Boston, Mass. . CRACKERS!!! Boston Cbaokbbs_, Milk Biscuit, Fabiha do. Soda do. Watbk do. . Wink do. Almond do. . Bcrmdo. _Ginoee Nora. We receive supplies of the above every week, and bur customers can therefore r_+iy upon their being Fresh, [ap28_] WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO. VEGETABLE OR GARDEN SEEDS I T7K7E have receive...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

" Amount of. policy VnMnv _^ um Bonus of andbonus to be inrouoy. It j a _^ refl addition, creased by future . additions. V No. 89. $2500 $887 50 $3387 50 V 132. 3000 1060 Q0 4050 00 ; " 199. 1000 400 00 1400 00 "333. 5000 1875 001 6876J0O Agent at Harrisburg and vicinity WILLIAM BUEHLES. jelO-dly _, ' _c WATCHES, JEWELRY & SILVEB-. : ¦/¦" ; .;; ¦ ,. _'¦ w_^k&t:/ '_" . ; _* ;r ;; ..;. ;_" rriHE UNDEBSIGNED would respectfully in JL vite your: _attention to his well selected stock of Fine Gold and Silver WATCHES, Fine Gold JEWELRY, and every kind and variety of styles—compromising all of the newest and most beautiful destyflSi. , ¦ Also, Solid SILVEBWABE, equal toOoinand the be_^t make of Silver Plated Ware. Each ar; ticle is warranted to be as represented. ' , _fP°V_7atehes and Jewelry carefully repaired and satisfaction guaranteed. , JACOB HABLEY, (Successor to Siaufer if Barley,) f 23-3m] No. 622 Market Street, Philadelphia. Dlv. Mocmrrooiv's pectoral A _^ /pur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

Important from General Lee's Army. _; The Washington Republican of Friday has the bllowing interesting news from Lee's army: We have information from a highly intelligent gentleman who was captured at Chancellorsville, ind who is directly from the south side of the Bappahannock, in rebeldom_, to the following effect: "Toe enemy claims that he has, alto-i jether, eight thousand three hundred of our men captured, which includes the . woundtd left upon * the neld. This number embraces one thousand and six wounded men belonging to the 11th army cor_^s, all of whom were doing well day before yesterday. At leaBt one hundred and fifty men of that corps were killed on the field, or have since died of their wounds. According to the rolls two thousand and six hundred men are missing from the 11th army corps since the battle. After deducting the _numoer named above, as killed and wounded, from the total missing, it will appear that one thousand four hundred and forty-four were captured by th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

piHEBBYTBBESj . I V j Both dwarf and standard, as. good inl quality of the tree, and as extensive in variety., as can be found in the country, at Keystone Nursery _^ ^_ [apl7_] - J.iMlSH. j T)BESEByED FBtJliS, herinetiailly _sealed,; JT' in cans and jarO) of all descriptions, and o_^ the _mwt delicious character, for Bale'by t f6 , WM.D0CK, Jji.,_&;CO; : GOAL OIL LANTERNS, that do not need any chimney, and :ha windi will put the light out. Galland examine, at ¦: ,...... . ¦A: _NIOHOLSfft BOWfMAN_, J13 Cor. _Frontiarid Market _Bts_. _TQES1 _!: PENS in the; _^_rid. _toCJSif, $1.25, Jt3 '$1. _' 6_P, $2. $8, .and $4, for aalfeat j • abl5-y7 * _^?s SQE_[E_^_FJ§_iyS E_^iOgSTOBE.t_> j TJ_^ VfiBGREEN TREES; -S u i ¦ -. : ,- . ' I Hi And shrubs of all leading kinds, arid of all sizes, from one to fifteen feet high, for sale low at KeyBtone Nursery. ' J. MISH. : A LL kinds of Garden Seeds, just received _XTL and for sale by i . r-. NICH0LS& _BOWMAN, , f 20. ' /. " ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

I _ilUsttUaneoti_*. I COBNEE OF kllKET ST AND MARKET _SQUaEE, f HABRISBFB&, PA. p £PH _JT. McCLELLlN_, PROPRIETOR.; P Chbohnixy oomduotkd bt wbixs oovbelt.) r - ; _BChis is a _ITirst Class Hotel, and located in ' , Jfc _$ Etriil part of the city. It is kept hi the _tosjj HUner_, and its patrons will find every accom-j »aatiou to be met with in the best .houses in Se country. _se30-dtf iUMTED STATES HOTEL. ieittted and Xienovated. I.. W. TEN EYCK, Pbopbibtoh. ; _PH1 •; popular and oomuiodious Hotel has L bcou uowly refitted and furnished throughft Its _i«ult_>_rs _»nd chambers, and is now ready ; ife. the >t»_option of guests for the winter! jjjion. " ¦;¦¦ .. ;¦*-. _^Hie trtveling public will fiHd the* United ' Ma _Uoi<i tho most convenient in all particu-*k , ot _aoy Hotel in the State Capital,,on ac-i Etact ot ib> _acceeis to the railrood_, being immel_^iv but.ween the two groat depots in this _BAEaisiiuaG, Dec. 29, 1862.-6m I _^I ITU &...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

Reports from General Grant's Army. , Cincinnati, May 26. I We have notu ing later hare from Vicksburg. No doubt'exists; 'h owever; _that_^it _hal fallen! Itis, atall_^evente, but a question of time.— The battles of Baker creek and Black _nvei bridge decided its1 fate, ' ¦ : ¦¦ ! There are indications that Bragg is fallmg back in Tennessee._^. ' Breckinridge has commenced a retrograde movement. Large bodies have been reported' moving south in' the direction of Mississippi. -•- The rebels in front of Murfreesboro' pretend to have news that Grant has-been beaten, but don't give the time or .place.. ; l .. ; .. ¦ _. ; • -From San' _F_^_anfcisoo. ' _-' ' ' : ' \~ ' " *'/ ... _^_AK^^_pisobfMw 25.; ' An _enthusiitic Polish sympathy iaeelmg was held on Friday evening last at the Music Hall. . It was presided- _itj_^ftf¦ _T)y' ' the '* newly _^ elected Mayor., The addresses were delivered by the Bev. Mr. Starr King ' arid other distrnRuished speakers. A State Committee was appointed to s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

' FRESH GrROCERIEB! ! _^ , NICHOLS & _WimM, f _( ) V : jfifej_, ' __ _^ .-• •- > S. J , v - :_V v_»K • 71 _^Corner of Front and Market Streets,)v ?' 'jfe_^BE constantly receiving from .first hands Wk largo stocks of choice family groceries, pur _iijied for cash, which they are.thereby enabled _glrillV very email advance.on city wholesale { ¦fee. They would respectfully., inform the l|He that they do not deal in nor.keep any BHcating liquors in any quantity,, large or Bamk' - - ..i- r'j-Si mr3 _i Bp||_UMBTI CALIiT SEALED. PBJOTES_, TOMATOES, - _TIINE APPLE, SALMON, ,, . ! _<_¥ OYSTEKS, SPICED 0YSTEBS. _mg LOBSTEB , _SABDINESp ^' H|sale by * WM. DOCK, Jr. & CO. « MINCE PIES. K'aisins, cdb t _^ts . _%, CITBON, - LEMONS , .; -- . H SPICES, _CIDEKi_? \ _dS WINES, _BBANDDjS , &o4 : »r sale by WM. DOCK, Jr. & Ov>i ttL_^S AJS D HIM BOOKS! *! _'- LA tiQB and splendid sl»ek of Pocket and A Family Bibles. •• _fPrt _ebyt._!iian, Methodist...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

New Yortt St_#te "Oon_^en_^tlon of Loyal ¦- _league *. _twif _Sti ' uM _H _Uwo_*,rNiJT._^May2_Q.5 The State Convention of Loyal Leagues assembled here to-day. Among those present are ez-Gov. * Clark; Gen. John CochTane, Hon. BoECoe_^Conklhi, Gerritt Smith and John Jay, and a sprinkling of retured volunteers. Hon. John Cochrane was chosen chairman, and made an eloquent speech, setting forth the necessity of uniting in aiding the • Government to put down the rebellion i He disavowed all party feelings. .. ; ;¦ „/: _' ' :,; ¦ ¦_. ; . . ;.:• ;¦ ¦ • The resolutions adopted by the Convention affirm that it is simply the duty of every citizen to sustain the Government without reference to party distinctions—they advise that National Leagues be formed_^and j;maintained everywhere until bur. arms <_are ¦ triumphant-rthey _^ reaffirm the Monro_^docVine_, and pronounce the Oreta, Alabama aud other similar vessels as not Confederate, but British privateers, and in violation! of the n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

_iilistfllanfour LIFE INSURANCE. The Girard Life InsnraHce, Annuity and Trust Company ot Philadelphia. OFflCL NO. 408 CBESINU7 81REET. (CHABTEB PEBPETUAL.) Capital and Assets. $1,543,386 THOMAS BIDGWAY, President. JOHN F. JAMES, Secretary. ,. . pONTINUB to make INSUBANCE ON \J LIVES on the most reasonable terms ' . They act as Executors, Trustees arid Guardians under last Wills, and as Beceivers and Assignees. The capital "being paid up and invested, together with a large and constantly increasing reserved fund, offers a perfect security to the insured. Thqppremiuma may be paid yearly, half year : ly or quarterly. . ,-. The company add a BONUS periodical!y_/to the insurances for life. The FIBST BONUS appropriated in December, 1_^44. the SECOND BONDS in December, 1849, the THIBD BONUS hi December. 1854; arid the FOUBTH_,BONUS in 1859. These add dons are made without requiring any increa. _e n the premiums to.be paid to the company. '* «•• .•. ' The folio whig are a few exampl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

Cjjt _fdppfc TICKS BURG. CONFIRMATION OF ALL PREVIOUS ACCOUNTS _" ¦Uld' jll v-ffii ;/" ' -:. £ Rebel Pickets on the Rappahannock Admit of the Capture of Yicksburg. "_Iti Nbw Yobk, May 26. A'special dispatch to the Pott, from Washington, says : It is : understood that the Government has received an official dispatch from Gen. Grant, dated the 22d, confirming all the prerious accounts of the success of our troops, and speaking of the capture of Vicksburg as certain. It is reported to-day that the rebel pickets on the Rappahannock admitted that Vicksburg had been captured. ...

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