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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

COAL OIL, a further reduction in _CoalvOil superior article of non-explosive _CoaTOU for sale very low, by _>d' ' ¦ ¦ -- NICHOLS & BOWMAN, i_« mr Jl'- ' ¦ c_> Cor. Front and Market Sts.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

CHOICE SYRUPS AND MOLASSES.—We _i are now offering! for sale, very low,a lot of choice s yrups. Call and examine, at . NICHOLS. & BOWMAN, ap_!4 Cor. Fropt_.and- Market streets.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

•QURNING FLUID i unadulterated, and made "JD from the best material. For sale wholesale and retail, at KELLER'S DRUG STORE,'_^ jU i ;>: :; ' _^ ' Market Btredfc.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

T ADIES! You know where you can get fine I j Note Paper, Envelopes, Visit irjg and Wed_^ dine_~Cards? ' . '• _j -ri _, ' ap6 1- AtrSCHEFFEB'S BOOKSTORE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

rfiSB _FINESTT _sTOCK OF _FHOTpCfRAfH 1 ALBUMS,PORTFOLIOS,POCKBt,BO_^:S,, for sale at ¦ ' SCHEFFEB'fi BOOK_^_TQgE.,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

_^UBBANTS,. ' V> And _Goosberrles , at Keystone Nursery. ap_!7 ¦ - ¦ ¦¦ .-j _;.• .;¦ ¦ j_,_mish

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

THE NATIONAL ALMANAC AND ANNUAL RECORD for 1863, foi; saleiat ai)6v _^ soaBFFER'SJBppKSTORE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

* _« 1 AlSlSa, Citron, and Ourrante, tor sale _bj> K, NIOHOIfi & BOWMAN. 4P ' . ' . Oprtter Front and Market Ste.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

In Thunder Tones for the Union Correspondence of the Telegraph.] Hbadquartbbs 166th Rbo. P. Militia, ) _t Suffolk, F<_T, M»y 2, 1868. f At a meeting of the office-8 and men of the J66th Beg P, M., a preamble and resolutions expressive of the sense of7 , the regiment were reported and adopted , of which I forward a' copy to the Tklmeaph that they.may find their way, through your columns, to our Mends at home. You will perceive that they'are signed by all the commissioned officers present out two (2.) These resolutions were also presented to each of the companies separate and were' adop ' _tel by a very large majority. As this is a drafted regiment from Yjorkjcbuhiy_,^^ will prove to the citizens of the-north as well_/fts to tbe traitors in the south' , tba,t__dravted rjten will fight abd also show their pstridtism as 'well as volunteers. When we reach our homes, we will endeavor LOYALTY OF THE DEAF TED HEN rUEY _DECLiRg AGAINST _COPPfiBUBiDS. And Counsel Death to T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

STILL LAIEB. {From the Washington Star. ] Since the first edition of to-day s Star went to pri88, we have farther important news of the of the events past eventful week on the field where General Hooker operates. General Stoneman's foica was divided into three columns, one of wb/ch_, that moving in the direction of the _Bicbmond and _Fredericksburg railroad, he commanded in person through from Hanover Junction down to withia five mi!e3 of Richmond—made by sub-division under the command of Col. Davis. One of the three columns commanded by Brig. Gen. Averill, after _crossing tbe Rappahacnock at Kiel ley's Ford _puBbed on to Brandy Station, where it met the enemy's _pickets and drove them back iu a short skirmish. It then pushed on to Culpepner Court House, where Generals Fits Hugh and William Henry Lee were found with a rebel force of perhaps five hundred cavalry, which fled precipitately back across Cedar mountain at Culpepper Court House. Geaeral Averil> captured a lo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

The iiast Huge ot we »ymp»_ui»era. g_; Having afforded the slaveholding_^ traitors all the means and all the sympathy in their possession, to ensure tho success of rebellion, and having failed in every attempt in that direction, the leaders of the copperhead democracy are about to attempt a new dodge,, to practice an original ruBe to ensure the success of their machinations for slavery: Thecrynow raised is, that "the Republican party must be put down ;¦ ' the "Abolitionists must be exterminated ;" which means, of caoraa, that the freemen of the North must yield to the slaveholders of the South. To put down the Republican party—to crush on Republican priociples and destroy _Bepublicon institutions, is just what the slaveholders are battling'for , just, what tney nave sworn to ao,-just what they have deluged the land with blood, and startled the nation with rapine, arson and murder to accomplish. If it bad not been for Republican principles and institutions this rebellion never wo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

Ntm \_Abntxt\semti)t8 B. M. MATEEB, _^ THE OLD BILL POSTER , HABBISBUBG. ALL ordure left at the Telegraph _Printiug _. office promptly attended to. Bilks carefully posted and distributed. m\6d2« _® BUTCHERS, TAKE NOTICE. T)ROFOSALS for famishing the meat to the JL poor of Dauphin coanty for the ensuing year will be received by the Steward, Henry Brown, on or before the first day of June. The meat to be always famished by the quarter or half. Contract to be awarded to the lowe-t bidder. JOHN BAYSOR, WM. _ENDERS inj6d2t DAN'L SHEESLEY. A NY Lady and Gentleman wishing board cau Xx. be accommcdate-J at Mrs. Yogel'_d, in Washington avenue, two doors above Second street. Also four geutlemen. mv5d3_i° BANK DIVIDEND. _Harbisbubo Bank, ) May 5, 1863. \ rpHE Board of Directors declared, to-day, a J. dividend of five per cent, for the last six months, payable on demand. my6d3t J. W. WEIR, Cashier. POTATOES I 1 _fZf\r\ BUSHELS Potatoes for _sak J _5 OUU cheap, by EBY&KONKEL. my6d4...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

ASSOCIATED PRESS DISPATCHES. »*» — LATEST FROM THE FRONT. -» _• ¦ Our Forces Withdrawn Across the Bappahannock-- «•¦ .-THE RIVER RAPIDLY RISING. ««» BBIDQBS SW£PT AWAYKRIUM OF GE5f. STONKNAJf'8 FORCES from the National Intelligencer. . Washihqton, May 7. The following appears iu the National BnteUi gencer this morning: Official information received at the War Department last evening authorises us to state that Gen. Hooker, after waiting on the rain near _Chancellorsville, on Tuesday, for a renewal of tbe battle by the enemy, _recrosaed the Bappahanciock on the evening of (hat day, influenced by prudential motives springiog_._doubtless in part f torn the great and sadden _iise of the Virginia rivers in consequence of the recent heavy rains threatening our supplies. We do Lot learn that Gen. Hooker was apprised before making this movement of tbe success which is alleged to have attended the operations of Gen. Stuneman in breaking the rebel communications with Bichmond. If tbis fact ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

ANOFHEB ACCOUNT. Tbe New York Herald has issued an extra containing a letter dated United States ford, May 6th, 8 a. x., saying yesterday ' morningthe trains were all ord r_«.d back to camp and by dark all the wagons, extra mules, &c, were at Falmwh. The wouudel were hastily removed o _Washington, leaving _nothing on the other _eiiie but the infantry aod artillery. Tbe rain fell in torrents sweeping away the bridges and threatening the pontoons* . The river rose rapidly, and one of the pontoon bridges ' was taken to lengthen the others Pine boughs were spread upon the pontoons to prevent noise, and at midnight the troops commenced falling back. The first corps crossed and are now nearly all over. The third is in entrenchments to cover the retreat. It is hoped the army will reach this side before the rebels discover the retreat , but the cannonading has commenced quite fiercely at the front, and a desperate battle is not iu-probable. The roads are horrible. Our sick a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

Wbo are _Klght T The rebel sympathizer.-? fieny tait lb_*y sympathize with tbe rebellkm ; the copperheads deny that they co operate with the Southern traitors; the _Democrats among us deay that there is a party or any considerable number at the North who are favorable to tbe _rebels and are tr_> in_^ to aid and encourage them, and especially d<?ny that the _leaders of the _present Democratic party are doing so. But how comes it that disinterested parties or interested foreigners think and say differently? Epglind d-nies that she _sympathize with and aids the rebels ; but we know that she does both Of course the men or the _oartv that would do this — would sympathize with and try to favor- . the rebels, would deny it. This is to be expected. The devebpements made the other day by the publication of Lord Lyons' letter, 6how very plainly who are sympathizers with and trying to aid the rebels iutbiscounfcty. _ A few weeks ago a certain English nobleman—the -Marquis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

;' ' ¦ ' ¦ • _WASHDfairdK , -May. 7. " ;/ " , _; [Prdrn'_^_t e ' 'Washington Republican:]^ I Tbe news from,the army continues, to be glorious , rumors to the contrary _notwuhstandrng. Yesterday Sedgwick moved against the rfeir of Lee's-rightj which_(WasI commanded byjtonewallJacKson, before he was wounded, and p. C._Beed. It formed a junction with Hooker 's _^aVn army. Severe fig hting, with gr&t loss to_.theenernj wM _tte result of the _movlmen]^ Bj this mbyement_^ of course, Sedgwick aban doned the works of Fredericksburg, which are of ino military value to General _HobKer in tbe _executioti of the programme he is evidently pejrfp_^miqg. The latter _fe _satisfted with his position. We not only have positive inforinationf from-Chancellorsville of the thorough execution of Stoneman' s work in cutting the rai lroa_^^ and _^ telegfapliwires, between Lee's armyyand Bichmbnd, Wit _alabT the common _jTQad .byidges\pver, .the Pamunkey rjvef. We have ' the authority, of _distingu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

Cjje garig fakgrapg EABBISBDBO, PA, Thursday Evening. May 7, 1863. UNION STATE CUWVicaxiun. The LOYAL CITIZENS OF PENNSYLVANIA, without distinction of party, who desire cordially to unite in sustaining the _NATIONAL AND STATE ADMINISTRATIONS, in thenpatriotic efforts to suppress asecti_^al and un holy rebellion against tbe UNirY OB _Hit REPUBLIC, and who desire to support, by every power of the Government, our heroic brethren in arms, who are braving disease and the perils of the field to preserve the UNION OF OUR FATHERS, are requested to select a number of Delegates tqual to their Legislative representatives of the State, at such times and in such manner as will best respond to the spirit of this call, to meet In STATE CONVENTION , at PITTSBURG, on WEDNESDAY, the FIRST DAY OF JULY next, at eleven o'clock, a. m., on said day, to nominate candidates for the _office3 of GOVERNOR and JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT, and to take such measures as may be deemed ne cessary to strengthen th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

4-IM !• >_w& 1'JEtiii r U JLU Ju Ma Interesting; Detail* ofStonemaiTsJcrWt " _Cavairy Bald ihtp t_^e Confederate Lines. • . ... , -—y_«- z . - ' ¦'¦'¦ ¦ ¦' ' ) ¦ 0NI EC0_LUMN,ijNDEB COL. DAVIS, BBEAKS " . . up the;^MmaoAb: fbqm hanover JtTNCTIdNTO WITHIN FIVE MILES OF _RTP._HUiaWD . . : ' i; _-' SPECIAL DI8PATCH TO THE TELEGRAPH ¦ _. : - \ ¦ ¦ - — *m_> ¦ ¦ ; . . ¦:¦.._; *„< THE COLUMN UNDER _GEBT. AVERILL GOES ' 10 CULPEPPER _COUBT HOUSl!}, BOUTS LttE'S CAVALRY, WHICH FALliS BACK ACROSS THE _ftAPJJ_^J_^t_. _SRBNING jTBE RAILBOAD. 3_BIDA«;JN_.5FpiJS $£&_¦ >/.O.i.:'.i:V;:u, ¦• < _,_^a_> •¦_$¦ __it. -: ' ' A THIRD COLUM_^UNTiER GEN. BUFOBD, TUSHES ON TOlJ G(0BDONSYILLB ,; AND CUT_8 THE. VIBGHNIA GBNTUAL BAILKOAD BETWEEN BIGHMOND AJSTDfJQOBJiONSVILLEi .AND GOBDONSVILLE _^ AND CH _ABLOTTESVILLE. THE COMMUNICATIONS _' oF LEB'S ABMY CUT IN EVEBY DIBEOTION.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

/^"NE BOTTLE OF EWISG'S PL_<"> OD?HYSI. -- _l . \tilj _* ktce&l> >^ l-J IU: L>_iti:l:- _UiC:\: 2--..- : cleansing the _circuiutk>u. auJ thus r_^lHOV:L_f all diseases _which ars ¦ fam j.n _taitjute _stut of the blood, tbau _ose dozes bottles of _S.\k_. -a-FARILLA. It i6 not a _Sirrflparilla, although it contains as much of thu drug as ia usually found in preparations purporting to Le cukk _Sars%parilla. It depend* for its success upon a <' n mart active depuraiive agent. It contains not a par tide of mercury, but on the contrary is the best antidote ever yet diccorered far the r _ivagc_* of that insidious and dangerous poison. It; _s WABBASTKD to drive out and thoroughly remove all diseases _tehicli arise from an impure circulation which are curable by any means. Oce dollar pt-r bottle, six bottles for $6 Principal depot EWING'S DBDG STOBE, 280 Baltimore street, Baltimore. For sale in Harri_^bnrg by D. W GBOSS&CO....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 7 May 1863

nuiio iuuu SEW GOODS FOR THE TOILET- _jjuijr J_^_xiraub. White Pond Lilly _ToUet Water. White Pond. Lffly Hair Oil. White Pond Lilly Toilet Soap. Queen of Flowers Toilet Soap. Qaeen of Flowers Hair Oil. - Queen of Flowers Toilet Water. The Union Bouquet, a splendid perfume, dedicated to the ladies of the _United _Siates. These excellent goods , neatiy pat ap, and now having an extensive sale, we offer in this community. C. K. KELLER. A lot of fine pomatums , hair oils, fine soaps, cosmetic?, &c., fresh from the factories ; rectv ed at the "Popular Emporium" for Toilet arti _cles. EELLEB' S Drug Score. my* 91 Market street. CRACKERS ! I! BoaroH _Csaokkbs , Hnx _Biserrr Fabiha do. Soda da. Water do. W»« do. _Aucoho do. : _Bottkk do. Qniqis. Nuts. We _reOBlve supplies of the above every _«eck au.d our customers can therefore rely upon :_htn bring Fresh. [ap28] WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO.

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