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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

AUDlTQR_'S _NQTiCJE. rpHB Auditor appointed fey _tfee Orphans' I Court of «adpWn county to distribute among the heirs the balance remaining in the bands of Christian and Jacob Zimmerman ad _iniotstrators of Mary Straw , late of Jackson township, deceased, will meet the parties interred, at his office in the city .of _Harriaburg. on Tuesday tbe 28d dayof Juoe next at 10 o'clock, a. m., of which they are hereby notified. - -• ¦ ' ¦ ¦ - ' ' ¦ .* "H. M. GBAYDON my2_^doaw3t ?:_0l « .. ,- I _^ _Au_#or. £\

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

Tbe ru-itt* Alabama. Nkw Yobk, May 29. The correspondent of the Merchants Exchange writes from Pernambuco. The Braailian authorities have displaced the commander at Fernando deNareuvafor allowing the pira ' e Alabama to commit depredations in the Brazilian waters. A new commander was' _?ent to the island, who protested against the Alabama remaining there, and ordered her to leave in a few hours, but unfortunately be had no vessel of war with which to enforce his orders. It was supposed at Pernambuco that the Alabama sailed south on the 29th of April.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

j_»cn>; 2_tff»crti0anmt0 . /IABINET Makers P_^rpeijteM, Machinists \j and Laborers wanted at the my29-3t. _EAGLg WORKS/' FOR _COJJNTT OOMM£i rSIUNESr G^?w '3$SFL re8 i!_f tfnlIy announces tb_^t he.will bk a _candidate for the office of County Commissioner and if nominated and «lectetl, pledges himself to fulfil the duties 6f tbe office with fidelity. my29-d*wtc«

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

HNE ''_- XI CHEESE, direct trom tbe m*nufacti._e and for gale by WM. DOC K, j a., & CO P_^_9 ?8 _^ _ALBUMS -cutely bo_^ X and clasped—for sale at , 8CHKFFER_*a BOOKSTORE. Ja 18 Market _Sir_^t A. _LEKK ._rpB_^HER OF PIANO, GUITAR -i :_O> J _^ BlSamQ. Address at WM. KNOCHK _'5 WOO 8toca , 98 Market street. [mrO _^8

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

Dud On the 27th lost., _Jaqob _Shastfcs, aged 33 years. The funeral will take place oa Friday after _aooo at two o'clock, from his late residence corner of Third and Chestnut streets, to which his relatives and friends are invited to attend. At bis residence in this city on the 28th inst., General John Fokotbb, in the 86th year of his

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

Vallandigiiam a Guest of Qen. Bragg _HBADQUARTBHa Armt of PoTOMAo , May 28. Richmond papers contain tbe following: Tuixahoma_, Ala , May 26.—Vallandf gham is now at Shelbyville _, Tennessee. Small parties of the enemy advanced near McMinnville yesterday, but soon returned with out accomplishing any thing.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

Arrival of Wounded front Gen . Grant's Army. St. Louis, May 29. A special from Memphis, dated the 28tb, says the first lot of wotrnaed_^fronlGiant 'sarmy has arrived. Among'them are Col. Macredy, Lt. Col. McCauley and Z_:cher, of 4th Indiana, and Lt. Col. Barton, of 24th Indiana. The 11th and 12th ' Indiana lost about 250 men each.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

From _DHurtrecjtooitw _MrmFRBBSBOBO , May 28. . [Special to the Ntw York _IWbuM. ] Parties who entered our lines, from the South report that Breckinridgfr's and Crothers' divisions ot Bragg '_s aimy were on tbe -way South. Vallandigham is a guest at Gen. Brass's Quarters, ShelbyviUe. • •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

H A RE ISB \J HQ , PA Vrf<_fftv ~ _Hornln£. Mav29. 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

WAN lED TO BKNT.—A small nouse, or 8 or 4 rooms. Near R»uud Houae pre ferred. Addrets, for three d*\t», _m9ft__9i-. WRSTO _^ t hin office.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

LATE _SOUTflEEIT IfEWS REBEL NEWSPAPER AC _COUST_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

JK RABBI .-BURG, PA. mm- Frllla * M«_rHins? May 29, 1863. »_ows and _oTo_^Yri " _, _^^_M _» * ~ '" _Wg_^ _lUE _COMMTTTBB OF _AREANOKMEWFS Of the Ban'^^bet of the Cit.zen Fire company will meet at ' the engiae bousrf this (Frida)) _eveniug. _jt&BtBBvmxa Operations.—The Cameron furnace, _gfi% _Middletowu, rendered inopera' ive by the Jameakug out of the present war, is being pre_? -figlarecl to re?ume operations, and will probably 'W£_tih Btartfcd _the coming week. This is one of the ¦ _' -_^_fWfrgest _furoacea in the lower end of the county, _^Sbd does an immense business when in operafTais So-quehanna is now but one foot above w watt r ma<k r and giadually falling. If we e not ble8Bed with an abundance of rain soon, be ita ' '._HM,_*, „„,. ,,,)ha ita nrnnflr . * _^_HM river will below proper level, unless •, V-_<he storm kirg viai-s the upper 6ection of the f_^^State, which usually has the effect of.raising _^fthe Suequebanna at and below this point. _^p Co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

[officiaI j ' War Dspabxhent_, _Adjutant Gskbbal's ) Officb, Washington, Auril 28,1_«e3. J /GENERAL ORD&BS No. 105 —The org-rni-VJT zation of an Invalid _Corpj, id hereby authorized. • , : • ' This Corps shall consist of Companies, and if it shall hereafter be thought _bt_^_. t_, of Battalions. ¦ • :¦¦ "' -. ' ; ' The Companies shall be made up from the following sources_^ via: •.:. -¦ . e e a o o © _' e Third, By accepting those officers and enlisted men who _have beea honorably discharged <_jq accouut of wounds or _diaeasa c mtracted in the line of duty, and wnp desire to it* enter _ttie service. Ia the case.of an <flieer, application for appointment mu->t be m»do to the Provost Marshal of the _Uuited _£t»ua thr uga th_» officer detailed as; Acting _Assibtant _Frovoat Marshal of the state. No appluaii._^n _i,f _ihir kind will be considered unless the following conditions are com_^lfcte _ty lu filled: ' 1. Tuat tbe applicant produce _the certificate...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

_Abehstof a _Notokious _BirsaLAs.—List night, about half-past seven o _'clock, Officers Campbell end Kline arrested ahold jail bird_? and one of the most daring borgjars in the country. He succeeded in breaking into a house, in Fairview, Cumberland county, last Wednesday night, and the policemen of this ctty were immediately notified of the fact and placed on the alert. When detected, he was trying to sell a very valuable rifle: at the store of Philip Eos' minger, in Second street, and-was very much "_astonished to find himself under arrest and in charge of two policemen. He gave _hia name as_; William Williams, and said that he was from Philadelphia, which may be the case, though he' has the English accent and shows evident signs of, beiipg a, -foreigner by birth' After 'his_^'an_^tj _' _^ Wilfia ' my_. ' was immediately _*o.to the Mayor's - office, ..committed, and *v "' . ' in prison. Duririg _' the greater part of _^aCe he was very noiey, and created a ;he nlgnt Ll .. ¦ , . ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

Mustered Out.—Several of the companies belonging to, the 127th Penna. Vols. were mustered " oat to-day and will probably have their _accounts _stttled wi'h the government to-morrow. Company F was the fist company discharged, the others qui.kly following as their _respective muster-out rolls were found to be correct, so that by the close of the week the whole regiment will be citizens again. All absentees are requested by their officers to report immediately, and be mustered out without delay. " • v ¦ Thb Fecit Pbospeot —Oar.exchanges from nearly; every section of the Commonwealth, etate that the prospect of a large supply of fruit was never faireV than at _present. Thus far no observable _iojary has been done by the" frost, and every variety of fruit _generaj/y grown In this latitude "promises an abundmt crop. But bn_'e' _^_xceptibia ' is visible; the apple orchards which bore over abundantly la_^t year, will not; inconsequence, yield as much thfe-seas_^n1 , but ' 'will_^conside...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

r_^HOICE Green and Black Teas, Imperial, KJ Youug Hyson, Souchony, Oolt.ng, &c., &c., or sale by NICHOLS & BOW J1AN, ap7 Corner Front and Market Sts. QILVER MAPLE, Horse Chtstnut, O Euglish Ash; Norway M »ple, Mountain Ash, Bed Twigged Linden, and other shade trees , at Keystone Nursery. ap_!7 J. MlSrl. MACKEREL—A Urge lot of Mackerel in barrate, halves and qa-trterc, for salt* low, by NICHOLS & BOWMAN, my8 Cor. Front and _Muket _sts. P ORE AND UNADULTERATED SPICES, from the most celebrated mills in the country, just received and (or sale by j_! 4 WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO. O RANGES, Lemons, Raisins aad other foreign fruit just received and for sale by NIOUOLS'fc BOWMAN, my4 Cor. From, and Market ate. SMOKED HALIBUT. A VERY choice article just received, aud for A_.aate by Wai. DOCK. Jr.. & CO. T ARD and B_^con wanted, from >»rn-fed pork. JuA Apply at NICHOLS & BOWTilAN'd, my4 C .r. Front and Market _sts. QDRNING FLUID! a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

RECRUITS WANTED- } TT'OR 47xh REGIMENT, P._^ ? : r ' COL,, T. H. GOOD, Gommanding Stationed at Key West, Florida. ' Apply to Lieut. W. W. GEETY, 2d _Stteet, opposite Presbyterian Church. [Patriot and Union, Perry County Democrat, _«nd Amer'can, _Bloomoeld, copy ono montb and send bill to this oflice fur colleutiou' immtdi-*tely.l rii_\26 lni ° HANDS _WANTED. npWO or THREE good steady men, with] some X knowledge ot Farm or Garden woik, will be employed for the season. • fgpTbe highest wages will b9 paid-to persons of the right kind. Apply to H. A. MISH. Keystone Nursery, May 22,186_*. 200 Agents Wanted to Sell Uoyd'i American Map of the United Slates, ' ' _PfcIOE$100. T>ERSONS wishing to engage in selling these L maps can be furnished, in any quantity, by iddrestsing D. D. BARTON, Mebuaoicsburg Cumberland couaty, Pa., agent, at publisher's _orices, with freight added. A largo lot ot _superioi finiched maps have just been received. . -\ . Good agents can sell _frooo fifte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

Paying Off thb Soldibbs.—The payment of the nine months' men will soon be completed, and transportation given them to their homes. It is a pity that some of them spend their money so recklessly, though discharged soldiers, in _general, when they have their, accounts _settled with the Government, are neither reckless nor Jcdulgent, but inveBt their money where it will be of service hereafter. If the police used {more stringent measures to prevent the extensive sale of liquor to the soldiers, many more of them would have a larger supply of cash when they reached their _homee _, where they would would be sure to 8pi nd it more sparingly. _Wjestwabd.—Five car loads of emigrants _^ numbering over two hundred persons, passed through the city over the Pennsylvania railroad, about (our o'clock this _mornings The cars ¦were attached to a freight train, renderiog their emigration some what slower than ia the fast lines _leaving the city west daily. By information from the New Yoik papers ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

T. J. McOUIGAN, Importer and wholesale dealer in TIIREAO, TAPES, HOSIER Y_, Notions* &c-» MATCHES AND BLACKING, No 2 Strawberry Street, Philadelphia. fi5-d3m DULl&D FRUIT. T_^BIED Peaches, (pared) Dried Peaches, (unpared.] Dried Apples. Dried Plums, Dried Cherries. Dried Blackberries. For sale by faprlO] WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO. ( DOCTOR A. H. STcVENS, ELEC J RICAL i PaY&lClAN_, iB curing all CHttJNIC DlS-( EASES, both of l_^a<)ied and Gentlemen, by a new method in the use of Electricity aloae_, without any Medicine, or . eveu auy Pain. BOABD maybe hud, with Treatment, by Patients from abroad , at reasonable rates, ia the Doctor's Family. LE ITERs applying for circulars or further information .will be i.rou.ptly an-weied. _Onloe aod Residence at 1448 SOUTH ffiNN _SQUaKE, Philaoelphia, Penns>lv<>nU, bciag in. a ecu- ) iral aa well as delightful part of the city. > Cut this out for future reference. J ap8-d3iaw8m

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