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

DAN'L A. MUENCH, AGENT. /~ \F.tbe Old Wallower Line, respectfully in-VJf forms tie public that thiB Old Daily Transportation- Iihe, (the only _Waiftfwer line now in existence in this city,) is in Buccessfuloperation and prepared to carry freight as low as any other individual line between Philadelphia, Harrisbnrg, Sunbury, Le wisburg, _Williamsport, Jersey Shore, Lock Haven, and all other pbiats on the Northern Central, Philadelphia and Erie and Williamsport and Elmira Railroads. DAN'L A. MUENCH, Agent, . Harrisburg, Pa. Goods sent to the Warehouse of Messrs. Peacock, _Zell & Hinchman, _Nos. 808 and 810 Maiktt street, above Eighth, Philadelphia , by 4 o'clock,, *. M., will arrive at Harrisburg, ready for delivery, next morning. [apSO-rdmyl

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

NEW GOODS FOR THE TOILETWhite Pond Lilly Extract: - White Pond Lilly Toilet Water. : White Pond Lilly Hair Oil. White Pond Lilly Toilet Soap. Queen of Flowers Toilet Soap. * Queen of Flowers Hair Oil. •. : QaaeO' of-Mowers _Teilet ;Water. :, The Union Bouquet , a splendid perfume, dedicated to the ladies of the United Sa-es. These excellent goods, neatly'put ap, and how having an; extensive _eale, we ofier In tbia community. C. K. _Kicr.T.i_^_n A lot of fine pomatums, hair oils, floe soaps, cosmetic?, &q., fresh from the factories; reciv ed at the "Popular Emporium" for Toilet articles. - KELLERS Drag Store. my4 91 Maiketstrtet

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

COFFEE I COFFEE ! COFFBE! vy"ANTED , every Grocer and the Public to WORRELL'S NONPAREIL PBEPARBD dQF__- ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ¦ •¦ FEK. ; ¦ ¦ ¦ ;• • ' ¦ , Warranted to give _satistaqtion , or _tha mpney refunded. It is _universally acknowledged_^ the _r BEST EVEB USED. ! | " Prepared and for gale at the Eagle Steam Spice and Coflfee Works, No. 244, North Front, (corner of New_/gt _,) Philadelphia, Pa. mch9d3m «» HOWARD WOBBELL.

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

P URE GBAPB WINK.—Dock & Co. k_»v«- * J- article _io€ pure Grape Wine, of dom _*:: _panufacti_^e, which _*hey ofier to their c^' men as the most superior article in the m»^r The quanfity od band fa small, and there - those who wish to purchase would do vreli ' _^ mil »•!> _nnnir ft- i ''

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

TO OFFICERS AMP SflLDIEflS_. Goileetiou ot Pensions, Bouuiies, Back _in< • and War (7aiui«. Officers'Pay Boils, _Musicr Kolto, and Kc - _oraiUng _Account Made Oat

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

BBOWN STOUT AND SCOTCH ALB, in bottles, just received and for sale by mr30 WM. DOCK, J*., & CO.

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

PRIME NO. 1 MACKERELin kittafor family use, just received and for sale bv J14 WM. SOGKjJb., * 00.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

_Mtiual D_^TofiNSON eAIjTIMOREI LOCK HOSPITAL. nAS discovered the most certain, speedy anc effectual remedies in the world for DISEASES OF IMPRUDENCE, ' _BEUSr IB BIX TO TWBLVB _HOUES. NO MERCURY OR NOXIOUS DRUGS. A Curt Warranted, or No Charge, in from One to TwoDays. , ¦ ¦ Weakneaai of the Back, Affections of the Kidnjeys ' and Bladder, Involuntary discharges, Impotency, General Debility, Nervousness, Dyspepsia, LaBguor, Low Spirits, Confusion of, Ideas, Palpitation of the He _at_^ Timidity, Tremblings, Dimness of Sight or _Gfiddineas, Disease of the Head, Throat, Nr se or Skin. Affections of the Liver, Lungs, _Stcniach or Bowels—those terrible disorders arising from the Solitary Habits of Youth—those secret and solitary practices more fatal to their victims than the eong of Syrens to the Mariners of Ulysses, blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage, 4c., impossible, ;> YOUNaMEN Especially, who have become the victims oi Solitiary. V...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

Ntto _^_liJtjerttsfments. _^he Gre at "American Reme dies,'1 KNOWN AS "HELMBOLD'S" GENUINE PREPARATIONS, VIZ : HELMBOLD EXTRAC1 " BDCHU," SABSAPABILLA, IMPROVEED ROSE WASH. HElMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATIONS. "HIGHLY CONCENTRATED" COMPOUND FLUID, EXTRACT _BUUHU, A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY For Diseases of the ' BLADDEB, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL/ AND DAOPdlCAli SWELLINGS, This Medicine ' _increasea tbe power of Digestion, and excites the ABSORBENTS into healthy action, by which the WATERY,or CALCEBOUS depositions, and all UNNATURAL ENLAHGEMENIS are reduced, as., well as pain and infiimmationi and _is.goodfor MEN, WOMEN or CHILDREN_, v . HEMBOLVS EXTRACT BUGMO }FOR WEAKNESSES Arising from Excesses,-Habits of Dissipation, Eaily Indiscretion or Abuse. ATTENDED WITH THE _FOIXOWlM BYMPTOMS : Indisposition to ExerDryness of the Skin,. _4iqn, Loss of Power, Lossiof Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, Weak Nerves, - Treinbling, _;Hor cor of Disease, Wake fulness, Dimness of Vision, Pain in the B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

%\t Wegrapl , I cannot help writing to ycat a few words on the rate of Stonewall Jackson. _Notnirig has nappe ledin all this war thatlooks go muca like a spec al intervention of Providence. His story is so 1 ke what we have seen in the Scriptures that i' it were clothed in Scriptural language, and tl e names and period changed, it would be difficult to recognize it as not belonging to Bible _historiy. Were the. subject well handled it might have great effect both NortK iknd South —for we the people of the United States are a pious people and easily impressed with serious thoughts—much, a3 we may seem to forget them in our crowded marts and houses. I Sit down without any thooght or expectation 1 o do it well (for my time is not my own—) merely to block out the idea, and I send you what I have done try ing to _describe _' Stonawall_'_s fate Jin Scriptural language ' . ThoBe who are _arJcustomed to handling such subjects , should the idea strike them as it has .done mecan Writt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

ROBERT SNQDGRASS, A TIORNEY-AT-LAWi Office .with flon. A. David Mumma, Jr., Third street, above _Market, _Harrisburg, Pa. _I(. B.—Pension, Bounty and Military Claims of all _kuids prosecuted and collected. Refer to _Hons. John 0. Kunkel, David _Mninma, Jr., and B. A. Lamberton.; ¦ •;• ¦» ¦ ¦;. ¦ my9-d_*w6m . LIQDOP. _r _VATE have on hand a very superior pelectiod VV of WINES, BRANDIKS and _FDJE LIQU.OBS, of every description. BRANDLiS of the _choiceat _brands and vinf WINES of every variety and of the finest quality; .: ., ' . ST. CRUZ BUM. HOLLAND GIN. - - _. " _txtS_^ _^SCOTCH, BYE and BOUBBON WHISKYr_^_OBtiiSasBoifBj,- _gOOTOS • ALEL BKOWN STOUT, COBDIAX.S, ibcr_*.--1 --J _*aHt _- Also, a, NATIVE WINE, manufactured from tbe domestic grape, which is a splendid article, and we know it to bepure. ¦ ap_!4 .-, ¦ WM. DOCK, Ja., & CO. VEGETABLE OR GARD&.N SliJJflDi T_^7£ have received for this season more than Vj our usaal stock _Jof t ' _Fd0_WEBi8_Ei_5B_^_v Some c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

_SuTfi '¥sr" h _fl a jsl~ T- ' _CRAGKEKSM! "_^ Bo ston Ceackkbs_, Mok Biscuit, Farina do. Soda do. _Watbh do. Winb do. _AtUOND do. BCTTEE do. I, _GruGKR Nuts. _* _& _^e rece _^ve su pplies of the above e _?pry week, _^ and our _customeis can therefore tny upon their % being Fresh. [ap28] WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO. TXTINDOW SHADES of linen, gilt-bordered; W and PAPER BLINDS of an endless var _' t-«ty of designs and ornaments; also, CURTAIN FIXTURES and TASSELS at very low prices. Call at SCHEFFER'SBOOKSTORE.: ap6 ¦ - ¦ - _ _HEHMETICALLY SEALBD. PEACHES, TOMATOES, VINE APPLE, SALMON, , OYSTERS, SPIOED OYSTERS, LOBSTER, SARDINES, For sale by WM. DOCK, Jr. & 00. COAL OIL, a further redaction in Coal Oil, superior article of non-explosive Coal Oil, for sale very low, by NICHOLS & BOWMAN, tnrl t Cor. Front and Market Ste. 1 ft _AlhlNS, Citron, andOurrantB, tori»le by ' H, NICHOLS & BOWMAN, '! d9 Oorner Front and Market _«_a, THE » KING MI0_ROS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

jjli i'l TELEGRAPH -, J MORNING AND EVENING, _»y GiiORGE BEBGNEB _' -X.M Office Third Sired, near Walnut. .||iEItMS OP SUBSCBI _^ PTION. _qgm 6INGUB SUBSCRIPTION. _fpifhe D.wit _Teiegeaph is served to-aubscri'$&s In ! lie _ifitf at 6 cents per week. Yearly _TflnBcribcrs _vviil be charged $4 00 in advance. / W BKKXT TlXMlBAPH. ¦ ffhe 1 f7 _kjbaph is also published weekly and _fi_^ p;_etu:i •<!) subscribers at the following eash Sfigle c- ~,v,\_3£ , weekly,,,,_'. «-. ,. ._». = s _,_>.-«.$1.00 _^Eia topi- _* _, to one _postoffice.,,,..,,.,_*,.. 9.00 lifeuty • " " .............17.0ft ' • Ai-_>i,_«.i*ma Bates.—The following are tne "*_aie& _lui .dvettislng in the Tkjbqbaph. Those g | |||vl u * _,_i v drtising to do will find it convenient / * 'Hjptr Knur lines or Ie38 constitute one-half square , ;-.igbt lines or more than _foxtt oonstit_^ee a 0 _( .;uure. f' ?_fffffffff|f gf "_^ I «fl!ll||l|i!lP : _^ .- rj _^ (^ H H _**M _%t£ § '_?_£ _£88S§...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

_mUttlionwaf. _dyer's Compound Extract Sarsaparilla. NO one remedy is mdre needed hi this country than a reliable _AUeratiet _, but the sick have been so outrageously cheated by, the worthless preparations of Sareaparilla abroad that they are disgusted even with ' the name. * Yet the drag cannot be blamed for the impositions from Which they have suffered. Most of the so-called _Sarsaparillas in the jnarket contain little Of the _^ virtues of _Sawaparilla or any thing else. They are mere slops—inert and worthless, while a concentrated _extract of the active variety of Sarsaparilla compounded with Dock, _Stillinfeia , Iodine, etc., Is- as it ever will- be, a powerful alterative and an effectual remedy. Sneh -Is Ayer'_s Extract of §arsaparilla, as its truly wonderful cures of tha grettfi variety " of complaints which require tan ' alterative medicine nave abundantly shown. l>o not, therefore, discard this invaluable medicine, because you have been imposed upon by something...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

_YIGKSBURG fiUMOES AND REPOETS Banks' Army Beported _Gomiog Up CiKonraATi, May 29. _Bumors land reports from - _Yicksbarg are abundant. The latest definite intelligence is a brief dispatch to the Commercial, dated * On the Field; near _Ylcksburg, Saturday, May 28d," which says "there is do fighting to day.' The troops are resting from yesterday's aseault.— Oar repulse was complete on-all parts of the line.: No discouragement teed be entertained as-to our final,success. The city is closely invested and must succumb to our attack sooner or later. • 41 We are entrenching and building rifle pita. Cavalry have been sent out towards Cantos, to ascertain General Joe Johnston's whereabouts. Our loss yesterday was not far from one thousand. It is tolerably certain that the works _cannot be taken by assault. A regular siege must reduce them. Two weeks wilL probably be consumed." Gen. Banks' army is reported coming up. i _jThe rebels report General Cheat ham and _Featherstone wounded...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

Guerilla Warfare in Tennessee and Arliy _^f _gff if _i Circinhati, May 29. * * A_| few days since . Major Walker, wtha detachment of the Fifth Kansas and Thigftjtpwa cavalry, had a fight with, a _superiorTiir_^B of Chri8tman'_s guerillas, seven miles hick of Helena. He finally drove thenuc Their res ported loss was four killed, twenty wounded »ndBeveral prisoners. Among the latter was Citot. Barnf s, of the Fifth _Aikaosas. Walker's force is estimated at two hundred; Christman' at four hundred to five hundred. 'ljhe fittle trading _eteamer _Bostonia was captured by guerillas at Aabtin, Mies. The boat wa_| ba _' rnad and tbe Officers and crew captured., Some troop-t of the marine _btigade, while oa A_&_»mt4«om.triat poiatoD the Bamedav, waa _armjUBoo_^_j —AW6jied a loss of ten or fifteen killed and wounded. Cincinnati Mav 29.—Col. Hatch had a fight with 200 of Chambers' men sear Senatobia, and captured 60, killed 19 and wounded 20. On Tuesday morning a portion of the Seco...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

New Goods-Just Opened AX BER&NER'S i0OK AND STATIONERY STOBE, - embracing every new and improved style of I POCKET BOOKS, MAGIC _CUBBi£N0Y_«0LDEB3 , _i CALP SKIN POCKET BOOKS, BUCKSKIN PUBSES, : POBTMONABES , &o., at prices to suit all circumstances. \ POCKET CUTLERY , Consisting of a fine assortment of _Westenholm'_s : Superior Pocket Knives. ¦ _, GOLD PENS, From Newton's celebrated manufactory. Every Pen told with a guarantee. PORT FOLIOS, * WETTING CASES, BOSEWOOD DESKS, PAPFJEBIES, 4o._S Together with every article usually found in a first class Book and Stationery establishment, at BEBGNKR'S my12 61 Market Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

LIQUID KENNEr. T IQUEDBENNET yields with milk the most j. luscious of all deserts for the table; the lightest and most grateful diet for invalids and children. Milk contains every element of the bodily constitution; when coagulated with rennet it is always light and easy of digestion, and supports the system with the least possible excitement. When still greater nutritive power is desired, cream and sugar may be added. A teaspoonful converts a quart of milk Into a fitmcurd. Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by S.A.KUUKEL, my5 118 Market street. CHOICE LOT OF TOBACCO—indudv ing Congress, Cavendieh, Navy, Spun Boll, &c., ^'"•^"iJ_^M&BOWKAH_, , my20 Oat. Front and Market tfraete.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

¦ Vallandighaw. : ' _Chjoihhaxi , May 29. S 7allandigham is the guest of Bragg, at Shel» _yrville. It is reported that Bragg telegraphed ) Jeff. D_^vis as to what he should do with him. lavu replied, "if he'll take the oath of allegince to tbe Confederacy, receive him; if not, _shd him back _^ " Mmdiantotxx.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

MARKETS BY TELEGBAPH Niw Yobx, May 29. : Cotton Steady: sales of 550 bales at51_@62c; Flour firm; sales of 16.600 bbls. at $6 20<c 6 30 for Ohio and $6 65(^7 00 for Southern* Corn—sales of 114,000 ;bus. Pork heavy at $12 for old mesa and $13 25 for new. La* _buoyant at 9$@10_|c. Whisky firmat44i@45c. Fioightefirm. n. / ; x,\\ - FROM WASHINGTON. ¦ • '¦»¦ - ¦ SKIRMISH WITH THE EEBELS_. «» Washtkoxok_, May 29. Colonel M'Beynolds, commanding the First New York Cavalry, stationed at Perryville, sent oat an . expedition consisting of sixteen men under Lieutenant Vermillian. When arriving at Berry's Ferry khe met a force of twenty rebels. Two were killed, five wounded and ten captured, _; among the latter some officers. The i 8maIl'am0Unt of men under the gallant Lieut. Vermfllian are ent itled to all praise.

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