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

From Yic]ubitrg<*,AiiottLer _Vtuntectmnfal _AttAelc on _Kaln«« * _BlcufC. Cairo, May 6. Tbe news from Vicksburg is one day later The attack on Haines' Bluff was a spirited affair. .:,! ;.,_;. ¦ :¦/, ., '' ' Our gunboats were repulsed , an I the expedi tion was returning to Young's Point. It was supposed that the gunboat Choctaw was considerably damaged in her wheels and turret, being penetrated by a 64- pounder. The casualities are reported at 80 killed and wounded. _ . •'"' ' ;;";.-:.: _.The _^owner.Er_^,_^o |^©jr-_^ay op, wasat«ack-«_S _'b _lS_^'JH. with' ottdi 12 and one 6 _poonder. Sbe._w&WHck_' seventeen times, but continued her course. Tbe Duke of Argyle, with , a 12 pouader . aboard , soon dipersed the enemy.

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

. Ladies' Loyal _Leag _,ub.—There is no cause in which woman is more interested than that which involves the permanent peace and security of the country. In this country, peace means prosperity to all in every grade of society, w o have the energy to work for and the honesty to desire it. The only obstacle to thid permanent peace is the influence of rebellion—and the only element which looms up fearfully against that peace, is slavery. Hence we must organize every influence of good, every means that is effective to secure this peace and order, and put down this treason and rebellion..; In this, woman has not only her interest, but she also has her duty. She can do much, very much, in contributing to the success of those who are in arms or those who are in civil _posi. tion, acting in the name of the Government. All that is necessary to accomplish this is organization. Let the women of Harrisburg-fthe wives and mothers who have husbands and sons in the army, the sisters who have br...

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

353 RUBIA. MILLS. 355 353 and 355 Washington Street, New York' City. GOVERNMENT COFFEE. T>UTup in tin foil pound, .papers, 48 in a JL box, and in bulk. Our prices range from 7 to 80 cents. We put up the following kinds: JAVA, MABACAIBO, RIO AND VARIOUS OTHEB BBANDS OF SUPEBIOR COFFEE. We believe our Coffee to be better than any ground Coffee now in use. All orders addressedto _us _^ _br to our agents, Messrs. Piaos & Young , 182 Chambers Street; corner - Washington Street, New York City, will receive _prompt attention. The retail trade supplied by first class jobbing bouses in the various cities. TABEB & PLACE. WM. T. IABBE. ' CHA8. PLACB. N. B.—Trade Price List furnished upon application. _decl8 d3m-rdmr23 ' / LIQUOBS_, T117E have on hand a Very superior _selectiod VV of WINE8, BRANDIliS and FINE UQUOBS; of every description. BBANDIiiS of the choicest brands and vintages. WINES of every yarietyand of th-j finest quality. . • ST. CRUZ BUM. HOLLAND GIN. ¦...

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

/^lABDEN SEEDS. j _Shaker's, Mt. Lebanon, N. Y., and ) A . _^i_^S», StTii:o.t 'Bochmtet,_N. Y. f A large invoice,,comptising every variety and _descr iption ' just receiyed and for sue by iap_!4 . _. y($. DOCK, Je., &_. CK). DRIED FRUIT. - T_\RU_5D Peaches, (pared) _" - Dried Peaches, (unpared.] Dried Apples. Dr ied Plums, Dried Cherries. Dried Blackberries. For sale by [aprlO] WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO. _TTt_/BITJNG FLUIDS —Boss' American Writ VY ing Fluid, a splendid Iuk, at 62 cents per quart; ARNOLDS genuine Writing Fluid, HARRISON'S Columbian Writing Fluid, LAUGHLW & BUSQFIELp'S Ink, Copying InkCarrujne and Bed inks of the best quality, Blue Ink, _Macjlage, &O-, at ap6 _^BEFPB'8 _BOQgSTORE. OIL OF A1X.. > 5 ' 1; ; This celebrated Salad Oil, with several other choice brands, in large and small bottles , just received and for sale by apl4 . WM. DOCK, _Ja., &CO. _^OAL OIL LANTEaN8,r.tbat do not need _AJ/ _? any cbimriey, aitd-mwlnd will p...

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

A Sebies of Cross Suits—Family Jabs—Assaults and Batteries—Fornication, Sfc.—-Oa Tuesday afternoon, Officers Fleck and Wickert proceeded to the locality known as the Twin Locks, on the canal above Dauphin, with warrants to arrest certain parties charged with assault and _fcattery with, intent to kill. The parties iwere Frederick Moss, Nicholas Gainer and Elizabeth Galbraith. The circumstances which induced this arrest are these: It appears that Mrs. Moss has been separated from her husband, Frederick Moss, and that she had gone to the Twin Locks to procure certain articles which were at the residence of her husband. When she _got there, she found Miss Galbraith in possession of the house, and when she attempted to take her goods. Miss G. ran into the road, stoning Mrs. Moss and otherwise violently assaulting her. Mrs. G. escaped as best she could, seeking shelter in the house of Jairnes * ' Martin. At this juncture Frederick Moss ap-! peared at the house of Martin , kicking in t...

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

Nero _3U>_Derttsemeuts _Sa _PONIPIBR, OE COi_\CE\TRATED LYE , THE FAMILY SOAP MAKER. THE PUBLIC aie cautioned against the SPUBIOU8 articles of LYE for making SOAP, &c., now offered for sale. The only GENUmE and PATENTED Lye is that made by the PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFACTUBING COMPANY , their trade-mark for it being "SAPON1FD3R , OB CONCENTRATED LYE.'' The great SUCCESS of this article has led UNPBINCIPLED PARriES to endeavor to IMITATE it, in violation of the Company's PATENTS. _^ All MANUFACTURED, BUYERS or SELLEUS of these SPUBIOUS Lyes, are hereby NOTIFIED that the COMPANY have employed as their ATTOBNEYS, GEORGE HABDING_, Esq., of Phila., and WILLIAM BAKEWELL_, Jfso,, of Pittsburg And that all MANUFACTURERS, DSERS, OR SELLERS of Lye, in violation of the rights of the Company, will be PBOoECUTED at _ouce. The SAFONIFIEB, or CONCENTRATED LYE, is for sale by all Deuooists, Geockes and Country Storks. TAKE NOTICE. The United States _Cisctnx Court, Western Distric...

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

From Ltjzerne County.—A miner named William Davison_, was dreadfully burned while removing the contents of a keg of powder to a tin box used for its safe _keeping. He had a lighted lamp hi hia hand at the time, from contact with which the explosion was caused. It 1b astonishing how careless persons will become in the handling of powder. Tne youug men of _Wikesharre met at Chahoon Hall, on Friday evening, May 8th, for the purpose of forming a youog men's Christian Association. Accident. —Ab George Randall and hia wife were riding along Itfver street, in Wilkesbane, on Saturday, their horse became frightened at the sprinkling of the street, and becoming unmanageable, upset the wagon in which they were riding, breaking the leg of Mrs. Kaudull _au } injuring her otherwise very severely. John Peters had his arm broken at the Consolidated Coal company's works at Nanticoke, on Monday, 4th _inst._/ by a crank flying back in consequence of some defect in the rachet arrangement which held...

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

Nfm _3.t)DfrtiBfmntts LIFE _INSUBANCE The Girard Life Insurance, Annuity and Trust Company oi Philadelphia. OFUCE XO. 408 CHESimn 81REET. (CHABTEB PERPETUAL.) Capital and Asms $1,643,386 THOMAS _BTDGWAY, President. JOHN F. JAMES, Secretary. ptONTINUE to make INSUBANCE ON Kj LIVES on the most reasonable terms. They act as Executors, Trustees and Guardians under last Wills, and as Receivers and Assignees The capital being paid up and invested, together with a large and constantly increasing reserved fund, offers a perfect security to the Insured. The premiums may be paid yearly, half yearly or quarterly. The company add a BONUS periodically to the insurances for life. The FIRST BONUS appropriated in December, 1844, the SECOND BONUS in December, 1849, theTHIBD BONUS in December, 1854, and the FOUBTH BONDS in 1869. These additions are made without requiring any. increase in. the premiums to be paid to the company. The following are a few examples from the Register: Amount of pol...

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

WM. B. BRADBURY'S PIANO-FORTE ESTABLISHMENT. No. 437 Broome St., NEW YORK. rpHE subscriber respectfully invites the atten-X tion of his friends and the public generally to his Piano-Forte Establishment, at No. 427 Bfoome street, corner of Crosby street. Having withdrawn his interest, stock and materials from the late firm of " Lighte & Brad-Biirys," which firm was dissolved on the 31st January, ult., and having purchased the entire Block of Piano-Fortes and Piano-Forte Material, owned by his brother, Edwaid G. Bradbury, in the said firm, he is now prepared to Bupply the increased demand for his celeb »i J Piano-Fortes. Employing the most _skLLi ] <_t <i experienced workmen, with a large stock oi ill '• St and most thoroughly seasoned mftteiiai, ._;.: :m abundance of capital, he has taken in hkud the personal supervision of the whole business of manufacturing his instruments, and is enabled to turn out Piano-Fortes of uuequalled tone and _durobUnut. . BBADBUBY...

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

ESTABLISHED 1760 PETER LORILL4RD, Snuff and Tobacco Manufacturer 16 8f 18 CHAMBERS ST., (Formerly 42 Chambers Street, New York,) T_17*0ULD call the attention of Dealers to the VY articles of his manufacture, viz : BBOWN SNUFF. Macaboy, Demigros,, Fine Rappee, " Pure Virginia, Coarse Rappee, : _Nachitoches, ' , ' American Gentleman, Copenhagen. " YELLOW SNUFF. ! ; Scotch, High Toast Scotch, Irish High Toast, or Lundyfobt_, Honey Dew Scotch, Fresh Hooey Dew Scotch, Fresh Scotch. j _gy Attention is called to the large reduction in prices of Fine-Cut, Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos, which will be found of a Superior Quality. TOBACCO. SMOKING. Long, - . S. Jago, . : No. 1, Spanish, ; No. 2 ' , Canister, Nob. 1 & 2 mixed, 1 Turkish. Granulated. ' : , JINK CBT OHKWIMO. P. A. L., or plain, • ¦ Cavendish-, or Sweet,. 1 Sweet Scented Qrbnoco, I Tin Foil Cavendish. N. B.—A circular " of prices will be sent on application. mrll-dly

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

Big Scarb in Little _Somrbset.—The Somerset Herald and Whig,, of the 6th in6t., thus describes the _effeqt p.fthe new_^ that the. rebels were marching on that pleasant little village: j dn Friday night last, the _citizens of 'oar quiet borough were thrown into a . _M.big scare.'' by the reception of a note from Mt. Pleasant announcing that the rebels had crossed the State line near Morgantown, and were within a few miles of Union to wn. Some of o&t _excitable citizens immediately conceived the sensible notion that the known great wealth of. our people would superinduce an immediate assault upon their money bags. So the Court House bell was rune, and drums beat, the boys assembled, and arms distributed. Various old ladies took to squalling, and sundry young ones'to giggling* Silver spoons were hid in out of the way corners, aud pinchback jewelry suddenly disappeared from sight. Some men looked fierce and blasphemed, while others ridiculed the improbability of the story. S...

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

The News and thb' Copperheads.-—If any man ever doubted the existence of an order of the Knights of the Golden Circle in this city, his doubts must have been removed this morning, after we had bulletined the glorious news of the _sAiccessyof Hooker. As that account spreaff(aver the city, as loyal men became joyful froni: its noble effects, the _countenacces of the copperheads became gloomy. Copperbeadism wilted. A loyal victory was more than they had anticipated. Had' they not predicted that the troops would not fight under Hookerf Had they not declared that M'Clellan only could gain a victory ?. . What right, then, had loyal men to announce news which conflicted with their _predictioris?: Such 'were the sentiments evidently entertained by _tha: copperheads, if they did; not-give them shape and force ; in ' words. —The news is indeed glorious! Ikhas filled the city with joy and gratitude. It has made the Republic safe ! The dead have gone \ to glorious graves, and thu living are r...

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

STSAMSHIP GREAT EASTERN. WALTER PATON, Commander. rpHB OBEAT EASTEBN willleave LIVEBJL POOL on her first trip during the present month Or early in May, * and will continue to run regularly during the season. Early notice will be given of dates of _departure. RATES; OF PASSAGE. ) First _cibin from... _, ' i...., :,.. •... .$55 to $_H6 Second cabin. ' ... ' . .,11. .r> . ' . 11....:....... $70 Excursion Tickets out ' and back, in the first and second cabin only, a fare and a half. : Third cabin.. ._/............ _- .iWO Steerage. $30 All fares payable in Gold, or its equivalent in U. S. currency. For passage apply to CHARLES A. WHITNEY, "' At the Office, 26 Broadway, New York. .. For freight . apply to _, Howland & _AflPiNWALL, Agents, mrl8-dtje9] 64 South, _st, New York.

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

The Pbotost _Mahbhals for -thb Siatb or Pennsylvania.—The following is a complete _Kst of the Prdvo t Marshals for the ' State of Pennsylv&nia : 1. W. G Lehmau, of Philadelphia. 2. Edwin Palmer, of Philadelphia. 3. Jacob P. Stretch, of Philadelphia. 4. Davis M. Lne, of Philadelphia. 5 M. Tardley, Frankford. 6_. Jobn J. _Freedley, Philadelphia. 7. _Enos L Cbristman, ' West'Chester. ¦ ¦• ' • 8. da , _odo • .,.. do • . ' 9. A. W. _BolineuB, 10. ChartemagueTower,^—-_^. ; 11. Samuel Yohe, Easton. 12. W. W.Ketchum. 13. Chas/M. Manville, Troy. 14. John N. Clemert, Harrisburg. 15 R M. Henderson. 1 6._^ Geo. B'ster, Chambersburg. 17. James D- Campbell", _Holidaysburg. 18. W. W. White, Williamsport. 19. HnghS. Campbell, _Bidsway. 20. David V. Derriekson_, Meadville. 21. B. Coulter, _Greensburg. ' r 22. James A. Herron, Pittsburg. 23. J. W. Kirker, Allegheny City. 24. John _Cuthbertson,' Washington.

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

Nero _3.b»£rti0£mentB Steam Weekly to Liverpool. rpoUCHING at QUEENSTOWN, (_Cokk Har-J. boe.) The well knowa Steamers of the Liverpool, New York and Philadel phia Steamship Company, are _Intended to sail a8 follows : City of Manchester, Saturday, May 9 ; Etna, Saturday, May 16 ; City of Washington Sat urday, May 23. bates of passage, PAYABLE IN GOLD, OB ITS KQD1VALBHT IN CUE BSNOT. _nSST CABIN, $80 00 SXKBBAQB, $32 50 do to London, 85 00 do to London, 35 50 do to Paris, 95 00 do to Paris, 40 60 do to Hamburg, 90 00 do to Hamburg, 37 60 Passengers also forwarded to Harve, Bremen, Rotterdam, Antwerp, &c, at equally low rates. Fares from Liverpool or _Queenestown: 1st Cabin, $75, $85, $105. Steerage from Liverpool, $40. From Queenestown, $30. Those who wieh to send for their friends can buy tickets here at these rates. For further information apply at the Compa ny_'_s Offices. JOHN G. DALE, Agent, 15 Broadway, N. Y. f23dly.

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

The American Annual for 1862 will be issued to subscribers some time in the month of June. Tbe very favorable reception given to the volume for the preceding jear, has induced the publishers to make special efforts in tbe preparation of the volume soon to appear. Its contents embrace the material and intellectual progress of the year, particularly in this country ; the important civil and political measures of the Federal and State Governments; an accurate and minute history of the struggles of the great armies and the many battles, illustrated with maps of the country and plans of the actions taken from official copies ; the proceedings in the / Confederate States to maintain the war and establish their government; the debates of the Federal and Confederate Congresses ; with all the important events, relating to finances, business and the nation, which transpired during the year 1862. It is the great national work of the age.

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

Mifflin County,— Fatal Accident.—One of those lamentable occurrences which often cast a gloom over a whole commnnity, transpired a few days sines, on the farm of Davis Bites, Esq , in Armagh township. In the afternoon, the eldest son of Mr. B., aged 12 years, took a colt to the field, and while in the act of striking the animal was kicked on the temple which felled him insensible to the earth. He was immediately conveyed te a neighboring farmhouse, where, after lingering in unconsciousness several hours, he expired. —— Deserter Arrested.—A )oung man who refused to give his ' name, but acknowledged that he had twice deserted and belonged to the 81st Pennsylvania regiment, was arrested in Lewistown, by the military on Thursday last, and placed in jail.

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

Meeting for the _Ekception of the 127th Pa. Vols.—Mayor A. L. Boumfort was chosen ChairmaD, and And. J. Jones, Alex. Koser, L. Bernbard, and others from .each,. _sWard:were appointed Yice Presidents: - H_; F/M'ReynOld _f, Dr. Jacob _Weistling and Col. David tJnger were appointed Secretaries. ..< Committee of _Arrangements —R. Hogan, Jr., Alex. Koser, Alex. W. Watson, Charles L. _Biiley, Daniel D. Boas, Joshua M. Wieatling, E_?q , A. K. Black, Major John Brady, William Findley Osier, Jehu DeHaven, Dr. William H. Egle and David Momma, Jr. To meet at the Brady House tomorrow evening at 7_J o'clock. _Punctual attendance is requested. '

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

Valuable Furnace _Property for Sale or to Bent. _HPHE undersigned;will sell or rent Chester JL Furnace, situate ia Cromwell township, Huntingdon county, Pa. The Stack is well and substantially built; there is also Ten Bank Houses in tolerable repair; there is an abundance of good wood that can be purchased at from 15 to 25 cents per cord, (wood leave,) within two miles of the stack, and abundance of geod ore can be got from one to two and a half miles, at a reasonable price. The furnace is about ten miles from Mt. Union station, P. B. R., with a good public road leading to it. .For further particulars, address SAMUEL WILSON, Spruce Creek, P. 0., Huntingdon county, Pa. • mr31-d3m ,

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

fTlHEBBT TBEESj V; '"' ' '*'; j v_^ Both' dwarf and standard, as good in quality of the tree, and as extensive in variety as can be found in the country, at _^Keystone Nursery. - [ap_!7]'- . » J. MiSH_. _~ GOAL YARD FOR SALE. THE Btock-and fixtures of one of- the best located Yards in' town. Address myl-lw _Q _BOS.836, _PQSTOpTCE_. UNION _CANDIDATE _FOK _' _SH_^IRIFF. _TTltaBL UMdHwi '_^ be_^&tfd' ia_^ for the X/ _blHuje_^ brSnisriff'atf&e_^'tfexf_^_llfcJion, ana" _Bolicita the vdtes'ofalT Union meri.r _^ap 2y-lm"_» 2601

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