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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

Nem _^_Ibt)crtt0cnwnt0. _^he Great "American Remeiies,' KNOWN AS "RELMBOLD'S" GENUINE PREPARATIONS, VIZ : HELMBOLD EXTRACT " BUCHU," SABSAPABILLA, " IMPROVJJED ROSE WASH. HELMBOLD'S GENUINE PREPARATIONS. •" HIGHLY CONCENTRATED " COMPOUND . FLUID, EXTRACT BU_^HU, A POSITIVE AND SPECIFIC REMEDY For Diseases of the BLADDER, KIDNEYS, GRAVEL, AND D&OPilCAL SWELLINGS This Mediclue increases the power of Digesbion, and excites the ABSORBENTS into -healthy action, by which the WATERY or CALDEROUS depositions, and _^all UNNATURAL _SNLABGEMENfS are reduced, as well as pain _tnd _inflimmation, and is good for MEN, WO _MiEN or CHILDREN. ; HE MB OLD'S EXTRLGT JSUOSIi FOR WEAKNESSES Arising from Excesses, Habits of Dissipation, Eaily Indiscretion or _^ Abose. _ATrMDED WITH THE _rpUWWINQ _silCprOMS : Indisposition to Exer-Drynees of the Skin, v tion, Loss of Power, , ' Loss of Memory, Difficulty of Breathing, Weak Nerves, ; Trembling, * ' Horror of Disease, _^_Wakefulness, Dimness ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

HV GEORGE BKRGNER. THK TELEGRAPH 13 PUBLISHED MORNING AND EVENING, By GEORGE BEEGNEB Office Third Street, near Walnut. TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. 8IJJQLB SUBSCRIPTION. Tho D.ui _y _Tblkoeaph \_s served to subscriber:-; in ' be City al 6 cents pet " week. Yearly Bub3-.i-ii.erp -sill be charged $4 00 in advance. Weekly _Teliqeaph. 'i'hin _Tklkobaph is also published weekly and faru<ehed to subscribers at the following cash _tatee : Single copies, weekly $1-00 Ten copioB, to one postoffice....... ...... 9.00 Tweoiy " " " ........17.00 _ii _vBBTisuio Rates.—The following are the • •«!*«> _ior advertising in the _Tklbobaph. Those haviug advertising to do will find it convenient lor _rdierenco. ' * ¦ " _gjgT Four lines or 1683 constitute one-hall sqturo. Eight lines or more than torn constitute:. - a _square. ' - m . £ t* j » f _»s IP il lileiSigSiKfi ft ft r i fi||if|| :_rif _f ' SsBW» ¦ - . {^) v- --, _^ ^»wi* yJt' * 1 _^^ _kot H «, K vE §§§gg'g'gggggg_§g _? ¦ . ft 8...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

Ayer'_s Compound Extract Sarsaparilla. iftisteilatuatti. NO one remedy is more needed in this conn try than a reliable Alterative , but the _sicl have been so outrageously cheated by the worthless preparations of Sarsaparilla abroad thai they are _disgusted even with the name. Yel the drug cannot be blamed for the _impositiont from which they hay© a _. uffered. Most of th_« so-called _Sarsaparillas in the market contain little of the virtues of Sarsaparilla or anything else.' They are mere 'slops—-inert and worthless, while a concentrated extract of the active variety, of Sarsaparilla compounded w_^th _Doik_, Stillmgia, Iodine, etc., is, as it ever will b_^, a powerful alterative and an effectual remedy. Such is Ayer's Extract of Sarsaparilla, as its truly wonderful cures of the great variety, of complaints which require ah alterative medicine have* abundantly Bbovrn. 'Do not, therefore, discard this invaluable medicine, because _pou have been imposed upon by something prete...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

New Goods—Just Opened AT \ BEBGNER'H V - BOOK AND STATIONERY _STOSS embracing every new and improved style of POCKET BOORS, _BIAGIO CURRENCY HOIiDERS, CALF S_^_DT _FddKET BOOKS, * ' ¦ _BUCKSKItf PURSES, 1 PORTMONAIES, &o., it prices to suit all circumstances. '' a j pocket _Cutlery, _consisting of a fine assortment of Westenholm'a Superior Pocket Enlves. ,/ GOLD _j IWW_^ _" , . _: 'I-?rom Newton's celebrated manufactory. Bitty . P; m *_#dwith a guarantee. \ PORT FOLIOS, j . „ _^ WRITING OASES, _, _A ! ROSEWOOD DESKS, ' t a; PAPETEBJE S _^ «ta _« Together with every article usually found in a first class Book and Stationety_, establishment' at ' ; _^fiGNER'S • ; myl2 ' ' _ _: ¦ ' ' ; WMarkejl;^Cr>Bti

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

TitWAE IN MEXICO CAPTUBE OF PUEBLl _BITTHE FRENCH ., ,, * , " _» ' v .-. Gcn.Ortega Surrendered Unconditionally the Frencli Army Started for City of Mexico l':r--'•* _¦ ¦ • ! Nkw YoitK_^ J une 1. > The steamer Sheldrake, fri_>m _HavttfiPon th< 26_ft ult., arrived this afternoon. There i nothing new from Havana. It _fs reported at Havana that the yellow _fevei has broken out among the French in Mexi-'6. - An extra of the 'Havana Diana of the 26th, received per the steamer _Sheldrake, reports tht arrival at Havana of. the French steamer D _rirn from ' Yeta Cruz, with important _dispatchei from"Gen. Forey, announcing the occupation o Puebla by the forces under h'8 command. , The prisoners include Gen. _OtUsgaand twenty tnree other generals, nine hundred minor offi cere and seventeen hundred men. Itabpeare that on the 16th Gen. Forey Opened with heavy artillery on Foit Tobitnein pnacan and on the. 17th_,a breach was effected The French t re ops. then moved o...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

_MAKKETS BY TELEGItAPH New York, June 1. Cotton firm; sales 1,000 bales at 52@53c. Flour firm; 16.000 _bbla. sold at $5 25(^5 35 for State, $6 25@6 30 for Ohio and $6 60@ 7 10 for southern. Wheat advanced l@2_c ; 'ales!ig0 ,000hus. at $1 21@1 42 for Chicago spring and $1 ' 29@l 4i for red western_^. Co rn advanced lc.; sales 20,0l0 bus. at 77(^8c. jad72@76c. for old. Beef dull. Pork heavy. _Laifrfirm at 9J@lOc. . _' _, N«_#ToitKi June 1. Floor firm; Balesaofr-_^OOO-bbla. at $5 25_Q 5 35 for State, $6 25@6 80 for _QhiQand $6 6C @7 40 for southern. ¦ _^he&t advanced 1 cent; sales of 60,000 bos. at $1 21{_$L42 for_^_Mcago /spring, $1 29@jLi44:for _Milwaukee club.and $1 47_@1 52 for red western. Cora, advanced la; sales of 20,000 bus. at 77@78o. Beef dull. Pork firm at $11 75. Lard bteady at 9J@10c. Whisky dull at 45c. Receipts of flour,36,-405 bl>_is. Wheat, 209,461 bus. Corn, 146,-600 dub. ' _:•" ' . _BaBCimobb June 1. « Flout is nominal.. Wheat dnll end heavy Ken...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

%\t _%_ikt_$ty Frbm General Hunter's Department Sinking of a Rebel Vessel in Charleston _Ua|bor rHE IBOS CL1DS STILL AT EDI9T0 On the 28d a steamer was discovered and fired into. She re-crossed the bar under a heavy ire, and was sunk in the main channel on Mor ris Island * ; both had) heavy cargoes. All .grants of furloughs have been stopped in Etnnter'8 Department. It is reported that sev-)ral regiments were ordered to Virginia, but 3en. Hunter refused to • let them go, and sen t \ protest to the President. The monitors are still lying off Edisto, md the new iron-sides opposite Fort Sumptcr.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

/AS _^" "¦¦— • _<ffe- > 4 _iltisailantowf_, : r| j ' " oTTs _^¥1% _^A • COBNEB OF _; L "i MARKET ST AND MAEKET SQUaEE_, .ft* _HAKKISBraa, PA, JOSEPH F. Mct'ISiaJT, PROPBIETOR. , (BBOKOTLY COSDVO1SD BT WSLL8 COVEttlT.) ] ' X i'his is a First Class Hotel, and located in the «!*¦ central part of the city. It is kept in the b_6_st _OJ mariner, and its patrons will find every accoinv_^A modation to be met with in the best _hqusasiin V V' *^e country. _\ Be30_^-dtf ';

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

;3 0 v< _jlTED STATES HOTEL. V* Kt.'iitred and _KenovatecJ. ' W L. W. TEN EYCK, _PbopbiktoiU *' ... • * _fVMIS popular and commodious Hotel has ©• -I bcuU newly refitted and iuin _' jshed through' ''4- out su _pailuici and chambers, and is now ready _, _J_£j_^ foi _tha leception of guests. for the winter I" >. season. _»i-*_Ct lue traveliug public will ffiW the United ¦A StxUa Iloui the most _convenient in all particuf- -_^ _lars, of auy _Botel in the State Capital, on ac-. _' ' _'-,*>{ oount of its access to the railroed_, _beuig immediately between the two great depots in this /* cHy. . - _^ • ¦_" _Hakhisbcho, Dec. 29,186a.^>m. _^,v _«, ! ft j ¦ —*—»—— j i ' i» i ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

LIQUORS. Jl; _^f \P& have on hand a very superior " seleotiod VY of WINES, BRANDIES ,;and:_^IN_^L1 _dUOfiS,: _pii every description. * 1 | _rW : ' " iBRANDliS of the choicest brands * and %£ WINES of every variety and of the _finest quality. ¦;' ']{; V/:j -( VA'J 'l 1 ' ¦ ST. CRUZ BUM. HOLLAND GIN. * ; IRISH, SCOTCH, BYE and BOURBON WHISKY, CaAMPAGNE, SCOTCH ALE, BROWN STOUT, CORDIALS, &c. ! i4lso_, _«_v _NATIVE] WINE, manu_^otaredfrom the _dumestic grape, which is a splendid article, and we know it to be pure. \ _ia pljL . j /i WM. DOSK, .Ja.v&OO.i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

4 t> VISITING, . 'fl VvKDDING, " fV jt IMITATION, and If AT HOMEOAKDS. "¦' *& T>Y a special arrangement with one of ihe _$¦_% • XJ best engravers in the country, cards of any 4§ _desctiptioA will be executed in tho highest style j% of art, conformable with the latest fashion, and * ' " sL BU PP iied P w>™ ptly ,at lower prices than are cha_^gm _ed by the stationers in New York or Philad._^1-11 phia. For samples and prices call at _" W mch9tf BERGNER'S BOOKSTORE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

The Latest Rebel Report from Vicksburg. • The President hist night received the following dispatch from Gen. Batterfield : ."Headquabtkes Abky _oithb Potomao, I May, 31,1863. f To Hit Excellency A. Lincoln , Pretidtnl of the U. S. "Our officer who crossed onder flag of truce to-day brought no papers, hut says the latest news repotted was a dispatch lrom _Qen. J; hnsten_, _ptithe 27th, to the effect that up to that time the Unionists had been repulsed with great slaughter.The dead were yet nnburiedand becoming veiy offensive. - • BoTTSBFItU_).''

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

LI QUID _BENNEf yields ' with milk tlie inpet rltiscionSof all _dSBerfa; for"tEe table? - , _Oua lightestand, most grateful diet for invalids and children. .Milkcontains;every elementjof Ihe bodily constitution; when, _coagulated, with reimet it ' is always light and easy of digestion, and supports ' the _syBtem with the least possible excitement. When still greater nutritive pbwei is desired, creajn and sugar may ber _addend A teaspoonful converts, a quart o,f milk into a firm curd. Prepared * and _sbld, wholesale and retail, by ' SI A. KUNKEL, I rmy6_' . ,;i^;i/i7- 4 18 Market-Btreetj

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

— " J THE " KIN& _Mrcfedi_^_JOPfiyl _$) DOUBLJ! BINS. % *_DR0F. H0BSf6rD, of Harvard University, j X says, "it works very well, _aad you have ' cot it up very neatly. " Magnifies 25 diameters _^S65 cents in Petal Currency. Th"e_^^l \VEN _kMIOBOSCOPB," 28 cents. 'The *%."i _*_W00D- ' „ __ WABD MI0F.OSCOPE,1 ' 38 _centa, Ot one each t of the three kinds for $1. All free ol postage. ."**?. Address T. EDWIN KJNG, ' r_Z* * rar26-d&v>6m Box 330, Boston, Mass,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

Slclrmlsblng In _Sbntnern Kentucky. _Sohibskt, Ky , May 31. To-day a cavalry _reconnoissance was made to ivithin four miles of Monticello. There was sharp skirmishing all the way. At two fords sixteen rebels, with arms and horses, were captured. Simultaneously with this, Col. Adams, of the .First Cavalry, with fifty picked men, crossed the river in boats and captured the rebel pickets at Mill Springs, consisting of one, lieutenant and sixteen privates, with all their arms and twenty-four horses. No casualty on oui Bide.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

HORSES, WAGONS AND CARTS ' TO HIRE. JOHN ALCORN, Broad street, West Harris-J burg, is prepared to furnish Horses , Carts and Wagons to persons wishing hauling done. Digging of Cellars personally attended to. Hauling of any description promptly attended, to '. An ' order box lor the accommodation of lersons will be found in the TraBQKAra Printing Office, where ordew.will be received. ap_! 8 3m ' JOHN ALCOBNJ

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

_IMn_. MdOtiiiSTOatv'S _PEGTORHL ' ¦ ' \ -! • ¦ _^"SYRUP. : • ¦ ' ;_- ii. . . _J% HF. yourlungtfweakt'-Duca a * •- • ' -o\jth \_fTt _j_^_ive you _i cain ? >!&«?_& yon •» »• . »'_^ cough _( Do ypnexpQctoiaJte hord,.t--,. } 'i _^ ttei ?^ _Aie you wasted wiliL . night & >; ._ii> are? want ot st -ep f If so, hen ti your remedy, ic _wOll anquefltionsbly save you. Price'$1 00. f The above medicine has been need extensively in this city with good results. For _,aale at, • ' BEa_^a_^'SBOOK_^ORE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

Another Rumored Capture of Helena _^ Ark _Lomsyiuf , June 1. A special dispatch to the Journal from Murfreesboro', dated the 80th nit., says: "General _Maunaduke, is reported to have captured Helena _^ Arkansas, and a regiment of negro 8j1-difirs _^ whom, together with the white _officers botDtnanding them, are to be b ' anged. [This is evidently a repetittoa of the old story. If Helena was captured, we _shoald hear of it first by way of _Memphis.].

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

Qf\ nnA LBS' HAMS of _^ the choice OV/ 9 U.UU brands* in market,- oinvassed and unc&nva6Bed at the very lowest price.— Every ham sold warranted, at NICHOLS & BOWMAN'S, my4 Cor. Front and Market _sts. DEEDS , Mortgages, Power of Attorney Bonds 'and Justices ' Blanks for sale at my2 THEO. F. BCHEFFER'S Bookstore. -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

_N_^tio Finance*. PmLASELPaiA_, June 1. Jay Cooke, subscription agent, reports sale of $1,608,050 five twenties at the various agencies in New York, Philadelpbia_> _Bostqa and the West. The extraordinary success attending this loan can only be attributed to the thorough manner in which the people were made ac-^nainted with its details and their, appreciation _Df the cause in which, they are engaged.

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