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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

_,_^U a 2TBD STATES HOTEL. .,_yfete fitted andL Renovated-* Sff' \ _^- W. TEN EY0K, Pbopbbbeob_.; _^OTffil_^ popular and commodious Hotel has %JL beon newly refitted and famished throagh-ZS&k it& _(_iarlore and chambers, and is now ready ,\_iftc the reception of guests for the -winter ¦ _sf_^S XhV traveling public will find the _JJnitta ~H mUa _Hotd the most convenient in all particu-ClHfc- Ot «_ny Hotel in the State Capital, on:, ac-* ' _<_o_4pint of its access to the railroed, being imniec _jdfetely between the two great depots in tUie |ft4EaiBBDRa t Dec. _29 _< 1862t-6m '*¦ k ** _jfejHE « KIN<_i _liEOROSCOBE/' * SS' _DOHBLBuLBM. ¦> _^5_^BOF. HORSFORD, of IHarvard _Uniyersityi •rtjETsiays, "it works very well, and\you have '^¦bit up very neatly;" Magnifies 25 diameters 9_boents in _Postal _Oocreacy. The ."BOWEN _MQB0SC0PE," 28 cents. The "S; WQODtlflJRD MICROSCOPE," 38 cents. Or one each aj( the three kinds for $1. All free of postage....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

_fflxtttllaxtitaiiM Ayer'sPompoiind _Extract Sarsaparilla. "VTO one remedy is more needed in this coun-L\ try than, a reliable Alterative , but the sick have been so <intrigeori8lj! _oheatdobyi the worthless preparations ,9_f _SarstoariJU_* pabroad that they are disgustea_'_evetf wTth ihename. Yet the drug cannot be blanied for the impositions fromwhtehitheyidaave suffered. Most of the ajo-called _Sarsaparjillafl in the market _Joontam little of the _viitues of Sarsaparilla or anything else. They are mere slops—hiert and worthless, while a cottcejatrated extract of the active varietyof _Sarsaparilla_^compounded with Dock * Siillingia, Iodfne, etc., is, as it i ever wilt be, a powerful alterative and an) efleetual<remedy Such _ia Ayorfs Extract, offSarsapariltaijWi rte truly wonderful cures of. the _^ great " _^Mety of complaint&which require -ah- alterative_^, medi cine have abundantly'ahdwni _iDotnotj therefore, discard this invaluable _Jnedioine_,i be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

\ ' :\ ¦ '" THE VE_^_iATESl;. _j^^ I livsiupooL, May 22.—The rumors of an,armT istice having been agreed upon between the belligerent parties hi America, which were re_^ calved bjithe steamer Glasgow reached here today and created a buoyancy in the cotton markSC, _" and the week's decline was partially recovered. - ¦'• ¦ • ; _'-i "' . - - ¦¦ - " ¦ ' ---;:: '*¦¦ ' ¦ : ¦ " ' Breadstuff closed firm and steady.: The proyiaionmarket ia dull but steady. •...•;_- : i ; , Loapps, May 22. Consohi for money closed at 93J. \ " ! The Cork Emmmer contains correflponderice rom various parts of Ireland', which leaves icarcely. any-_^doubtthat-yecruiting-for the: _Northern army has been attempted to be caried on there on an extensive scale. : It appears ;nat Mitcheltdwn,1 Chancellors ville and Ferntoy _iav« been visited by Eeveral; American gentlemen of military aspect , when _.pujalicly offered to give a passage to any number of young men who were willrrigtb accept it to New Y6rk, for tree pen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

New _^Gods—Just Opened : v/ , [, ¦¦ : '¦ _a _i —f--- . "' - •AT ' . BEBONER'S BOOS MD _^_PATIONERT STOBE_, embracing every rifew and improved style of i y_^y_'_lFOCtfiET BOOHS, MJtGfij_'CURRENd? HOLDERS, ' cf. ' ' F CALF SKIN POGfcEl BOOKS, BUCKSKIN _PUilSES, V _v PORTMONAEES, &o., at prices to suit all circumstances. POCKET _CUTLfcRl, Consisting of a fine a8_sortme.ntct _Westeaholm'a Supjerior Pocketi Knives. . _. *; ' . " \ p , _" GOLD : PENS,. From Newton's celebrated mamifactoiy. Every < _^PmsouUvnth a_^_itanmtee. EOBTiFOUOS, - , -¦ •: v _, h? WETTING CASE8_, 5 ._^.4. ROSfiWOOD-'DESKS, .£' _« ¦ ;¦ • ... .-«¦ ¦ _-; iSPAPlTtiiKIESi &c.} Together with every *rtiole _dually found in a first class Book and _Staiioneiv _. _estartlishmeut , at BEhGNKR'S my_!2 '"' " * 61 M.rker Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

_EffflQi .lbs _ri_^phamtQck_, .linnu: .-;,:;:: 'V NSW* YOBK, \\ ; ,-ji i. - TheWaehhigtqn letter of the: _Commtietukof this city>contains, the following, from front of the Army " of tie Potomac: ** ' ., ' The rebel army is very active and the position at the river fords is dec! iedlyoffenBive. The1 _maltt, picket Jdne on> the:: Rappabannock. k _ias* strong _j as ever, bnt, the _^ _troops behind Frederick _^ burg appear to Itiaye moved euewhere. . * A letter also 'royr'tltf _^fnythW exchange o1 _? prisoners will be' allowed for the present. The' rebel aRthorities have _takeainitiativeBtope , and _telig_._SrSM™'1_^- BFo?SP|y _fcjlowfld it up. All rebel _officee on parole have been ordered m _f ti'Smimjsmk_^_tii. itis pr_^ie that hi a 1.1 _hiiluiiBTiTr fn_^rn)n'V(^mi_^_iiyir t.u ;continuance of negottatloas under the -late OMtel. . .. .. ... %. .. ;. (_U ... .,: .... !•.-... -., ,.. . ..... _^-._^_y_^a. _. ..... .-. __ . -v ¦ ¦ , ' T A _TFTl POWPTOm _" " KTPW<S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

r.¦,. , .: ,•¦¦ - • .* .u< v _CwoDnfATi, May 81: -On Tueadayunext Gen.. _Burnside will remove his headquarte_^ _department pf Ohio, to Hick_> iriari Bridge, Ky., .about ten miles _sjouth o Nicholasviire. (tai:N. C\ McClellan has been appointed £_zovesttManBal of general department, of Ohio, witii _headquarters at Cincinnati. The _Commercia l has , the following Southern _newl:' ' _" ¦-¦*_-: <l-a* • - '• •¦ ., _-¦¦«- - - _- ¦- ¦ • _-¦¦ • Iks Apptal of _thfr 29th says _t_*b gtinbo 'atg have _beeij sunk at Vicksburg. sn?'; u. - _i O _jt9_?1 - :_SS*«BP9 ' _« c»^*^»W84A»*nQ._*jei:j Taid foni Baton Bou_^e_, cantujtog _p_$yie8_|toying» arp_;e rebelcamp ,;ru ., . v-b .:.f., _'im. •„; _lh. ¦:_i -,. Pemherton* _s _Quartermaster succeeded hi run ting seven hundre 1 .mules but. of Vicksburg, hereby, reducing tixftconjumptioa of_._qorn. ,1. _^Theganjison-hfts.fpll rations _fot _4 ninety days. _.The_^ _^^ Atlanto.C_^w_^_iwfa&fcpf tt_» 28tfa_^ notices fc_^e arrival...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

MINCE PIES _. _HL.-.._^.. CURRANTS, _U_»? AISLs _^OS f ¦ _LEMON8, _W fX CIlx. _^_fB», CIDER, "SB St. WINES, BRANDIES, &c. - _"_^^ WM. DOCK, Jr. & OH. _^y _oi sale by — _' _wrt _ttv ^^ BOOKS! _^ _.JIbLES AND Hl _iv _- of Pocket and" _&_£& A LA KGE and splendid stoek gl|_OL Family Bibles. _^_feiman ¦W ~ Preflbyterian, Methodist, Lutheran, _-_^iv-^_Hpe fot med, and otker Hymn Books, just k_« _^ _^_B_»d at BfiBGNEB'S CHEAP BUOKSTOJ_^i _j. _t T _^_KSoMt OIL, a farther reduction in Coal Oil', _^^_pO su perior article of non-explosive Coal Oil, HP07 Bale very low, by _, .»/ - _H NICHOLS & BOWMAN, ' _^ B; _tnrll Cor. Front and Market 8ts. _^^_fiTAI_^INH, Citron, and Currants, tor eale by ¦_JlV NICHOLS & BOWMAN, ^¦F «>8 Corner Front and Market 8b, < -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

MABKKES _uHy iTEIiEGB APH. ¦ ¦ ., _-"¦.' • - - -tu •::¦• bd:-a.-cw>^ '¦ _- , ¦>:-- -n_,_Jx_,_^ ,. .,-y-i,y; -i >¦ - ¦ J ^^_Nsw_^b k_* MAyi _fiOy -.<. Cotton quiet at_>611_@62o Fioa* _arflt tod advanced 6c; sales of' 12. 600 bbls. at _$& 26® 6 85 for State, $6 26_@6 85 for_^ Ohio, and $5 60<a6 76 for Sou_*ertf.-Wheat baa advanced 4<%lc; sales of 60_<000 bus. at $1'20( 1 41 for Chicago Bpri_^&JiJL 28@,1 44-for Miiwaukie club, and $1 46_^1 f pr red. . Com »dvanCTa _^lc; s«e8 Of t_», 0_^ _tPrintUbne quiet. i-Wh&_^qr -dull at 46<^45*^ _^cej_^t_^_-_%ur .,_^_6,138_bbku; wheatf n3,276 p _esi cam, 140,000 bus. Freight! unchangfKi , Rev. Henry- Ward Beecber. _' . Nkw Yohk, May 30. Bev. Henry Ward Beecber sailed to-day for _Englandin the steamer City of Baltimore. A large, party, of his friends accompanied him in the _passage .down the hay, among whom were Adm'irarStringham,' Rev. _MessrK. StorrB, Cu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

_tHti TELEGRAPH. IS PUBLISHED ~_£ MORNING AND EVENING, JB;y GEORGE BEEGNEB. _Jt erms of subscription. ' ' "" ¦} _BINaiJi SUBSCRIPTION. -¦: . >• The Daily _Tbleoeaph is served to subscrlttaera in ;he «~_Sty at 6 cents per week. Yearly «|ibsertbers will be charged $4 00 la advance. $ Weekly Tkuweaph. K&» The _Tklkobaph 1b also published weekly and _j -JpruiBtiod to subscribers at the following cash fugle copies, weekly .$100 fan copies, to one _postoffice 9-00 • JKreuty" " " _, 17_.0Q

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

_DHuOF _iAIXi; 51 -<: _Vh This celebrated Salad _OQ , with several other choice brands, in large and sinall bottles , just .received apd ior saletby \ apl4 r _^ ~ _^MogOOKj 3_*> _feCO. OBAN GES -AND fiMCHpS.—t_^ _Wftfe just received the largest. aiiafineBt IMp f Wedsina Cringes offered this season in this market. 3all and examhie, at ,"* ' , '' ,- "'' : _, - ; NICHOLS _^ BOWMAir, : " ' ap'2T Cor. Front a_^M_^e_^_st_^_ets. : T\EED_>,,_4 _JIortgage8,_i _Powefc* of Attorney, ; XJ Bonds and Justices' A* \ my2 _THEO. F_. SOHEFFEB'S _Bookstore [TUST op_^. a fr«^ol§^^|*J%_?_Sw_^^_w_^_T 4 & .- ¦^' .. ¦ ¦ • _^_HEfFjB_^f_^ oaP_^- :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

-_* « -ifi4ie1»«tlbi»i _ftnaitteef. ' ' "' '_^^ i :v;: "" r _'A ': :[ _( i Niwv _YoBi.May£6. Messrs. Thompson _Brotbeis_, independent loan agents, deposited to-day $1,400,000* for the United. . States five _„ twenty loan,. being, the amoubt of the direct subscription made_^at the stib . treasury here tb- _' _dayf ¦ ¦_'<¦*. . . ¦ -. ¦¦ . :- ¦¦ ¦ '•:- ..: _' _._';::. ' ; " _' .< ? ._^i j jPi»• ;:'• .: - : :•,: _'! . : _Arr««t_^l for T7_slhg Tr_^_ktonable ¦ i •¦;:••:¦ ¦'Umiagtrngvi' y ' '' ¦' '' ' •>- : _, : . ' . ! ._NiwTbwc, May_^O. Niriepersdris were arrested to-day by the provost guard at House No. 44 Broadway, for using _treasonsble lariguage. ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

FROM _CHGIOTATI Eemoval of General _Bmosidek Head " u _Qaarjertj ,_^ :iB! : A_^AIBS AT l VI0XSBU8&. b , - .'. •¦ ¦ .u-_^y .fr",,._'.- .. ¦ ¦¦* -- ¦ _"_- EXTRACTS FROM REBEL " PA P ERS RFPOBTED _SWmG OP TWO OURBOATS.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

Then and Now—ISM and 1803, Washington was. calie ' ;i iyi.mt by t'ne tories "f 1776, R_4_?-_< Mio Cincinnati ' finic*; _Jackson do uounced as _;_tu u-urpei by British s, _inpathizers, for declaring martial law, m 1814; and Burnslde is called by Northern traitors "the jailer," for _arrestiog _auch men as Vallandigbam. Could., the life of any of the Revolutionary Tories have been, prolonged until to day, we should undoubtedly have found them always on the same side—laboring against and denouncing their Government. They who defamed Washington would have condemned Jackson, Butler and Burnside. We have an example now before us, bearing on the point; indeed, it exactly illustrates what we have said,- though the individual, to whom we refer did not live during the Revolution ; but he left a record, many years since, of his views on the conduct of General Jackson at New Orleans; and _i during the present war he has been pointed td arthe great champion of the party opposed to mili...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

_Nfiu _^Iri)frti0fment0 [ official.] T T STATES ENROLLMENT LAWS Wah Dxparhobii. J. _Washinoton, April 21, 1868. \ The following regnlati >njrfor _thegovernmei_^ of the Bureau of the Provott Marshal General of the United States, having been approved by the President of the United _SUtes, ho commands that they I e published for the government of all concerned, and that they be etnetly observed. EDWIN M. STANTON, _Secretaiy of War. F.KTRACTS. Paragraph 26 To enable Provoat Marshals to discharge their duties efficiently, they are authorized to call upon the uearest available military force, or on citizens as a posse comitatua, or on United States . Marshals and _Deputy _Marshals, and fh&_=e $nd all other persons are hereby enjoined to aid the Provost Marshal in the execution of hte lawful duties when called onaotodo. o o o o o Par! 62. This enrollment _must.fcclade:-- - 1. All able bodied male cirisen* of the _United States, between the age of twenty and,fortyfive...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

Cfje jpailg Cdegrap||. _HABBISBUEG, PA. Monday Evening, Jane 1. 1863 Riot—Copperheads Leading the Men—A True Statement of Facts. That a disgraceful riot took place in this city during the past week no one can deny, but the statements given by the various letter writer from this city are so much at variance with, the real state of affairs that we shall give an unvarnished history of the same. On Monday night last a difficulty commenced at a negro restaurant, where a few soldiers (to their shame be it said) had congregated to.get Intoxicating drink. It seems that these men were refused the intoxicating beverage, a( which they became enraged, carried off several tumblers, &c. A police officer saw the disturb ance, and he arrested what he supposed to be the offenders, took them to an alderman's office, but the alderman, not deeming the proof sufficient, discharged them/After this, the friends of the arrested parties rallied, went to the negro restaurant, and destroyed all th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

5O,OOO m _"" « EXCELSIOR (CANVASSED) HAM S ! Now _Rickiving, which we can s_^II wholesale o by the single Ham, at a very low figure. mySO] WM. DOCK, .lr. . _i co Valuable Furnace Property lor Fair or to Bent. r iHE undersigned will Bell or real Ohaetc. A Furnace, situate ia Cromwell townnbi[< Huntingdon county, Pa. The Stack is well _anJ substantially built; there ia also Ten Bank Houses tat tolerable repair ; there id an abu . dance of good wood that can be _purchased a. from 16 to25_centsper cord, (wood leave,) with in two miles Of the stack, and abundance o: good ore can be got from one to two .md a baL miles, at a reasonable price. The furnace U about ten miles from Mt. Union station, P. E R., with a good public road leadiug to t Fj further _particulars, address SAMUEL WILSON, Spruce Creek, P. O., Huntingdon couuty, fa mr81-dAm |00 _Agenti Wanted to Sell Iloyd'i _Americat Hap of _tnc United Statei, PRICE $1 00. PEBSON3 wishing to engage in selling th«* A maps can be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

E10M HEWBEBH_, N. a Gen. Foster and the Nine Months' Men " • * * ¦ "' -' - '¦ •" ' • ' ¦ y_~ ' PROPOSITION FOR BK-BNBISTttENTil Organization 0/ a New Artillery Regiment. • _l ? _, Nbwbkrn, N. C, May 81. , On the 2tth inst_, Mafor General Foster visitedv thfi camps . of the nine .months' men, and _mado an eloquent speech to each regiment. General foster told these soldiers that he could not part with them, that they must not leave him ana our sacred cause at ibis stage of the rebellion, that he would give them all the advantages accompanying a re-enlisTment, Ihcludiug a_^_urlough _^ _of thirty daysn to each regiment, ' and eo arrange it that while one regiment departed another shonM.be ready id return, which proposition app)&arecl to meet with_^general favor. ,.{ ,; * ; _{.y Gonefal | _'_^ater * then called upon the nine months' men. for a new artillery regiment, to _coBslat of twelve companies of one hundred and fifty men each. This regiment was organized upon the Bpot and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

m mm ' Admiral Porter's Fleet. ¦ ' - <•» THE EXPEDITION UP THE YA200. IT PROVES TO BE A-6_MAT SUCCESS. - 1 «»> _. — THBEK REBEL B4M8 DESTROYKD - " ••¦ • ONE A _MONSTEE, IEON-CLAD, OFFICIAL; PPORT TO THE NAVY DBPARTMENT _>. . • ¦»•> The following: telegram was received at the Navy Department yesterday: FlagbbiFBlack Hawk, " Mississippi Squad eon, nbabVicksbubo, May 26, *'via. _' Oahio, May 80.—Hon. Gideon Welles, -Secretary of the Nctoy—] Sir : I have the honor to inform you that the expedition I sent up the -Yazoo, under command of Lieutenant Commander Walker, after taking- possession_^ ' the forts at Hames' Bluff, was perfectly successful. Three powerful steamer rams were destroyed at Yazob City, one a"n)_onster three hundred* and ten feet long, seventy "feet beam, to be covered with four-inch iron plates. A fine navy yard, with machine shops of Jail kinds, saw miliB, blacksmith shops, &c, were burned up. The property destroyed and captured amo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

Gen , Grant has taken 8,400 Prisoners ;i : "an_^ 84 G?miipn, . ;.., .--. ' ¦ ; ¦ . - -i- _- - ; ' ¦ ¦ ' _* _y ¦¦ ¦ • ¦- - '• ; i • -' _".. ¦ •?¦ : ;: I _» GiNcrSHATi, June I.1 The Commercial has full particulars of the operations of General _Grant's army up to the 22duit. :, • ¦ _¦ .:_•. ; • i When our army advanced on Vicksburg it was. confident of an easy conquest, but fhe ground Jin the rear of tbe city was found so broken.arid, rugged as to be almost impassable by. artill8fy/«and« th4 e rebel fortifications very formidkble, ibeing grass grown, showing that IprepazatlsDsiotig since had been made to stand ¦a siege _tipon the land side; | The _matatfortiflcatibns consist of chain forts almost 8003yarrfs.*aparfc,' connected by deep en* (trenchmentff and iextendiog seven miles_, i Onr loe8initheaB8anlt was about two thouisan'd_/. It.waBithe opiniori that another general :assault would not be ordered_^ but the city would be •taken,by regular seige approaches. : ' The'j&zze...

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