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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

_. sStm _^Ibocrttstmcntff M U STcXl _^ C _aItTd PROF. R. T. APPLEBAUGH has month _r rived in \_hh dty, and c_.utinus to ' • instructions on the Guitar. All onicis 1 _:_T r Knoche _' _s music store, Market street, _w_;:, ; oeive prompt attention. Refers t _> p t ,Ul pupils. - n_; \s !;*¦.<- QA A A A LBS Hams, cu_.v:_^ _. i i,. ; OvfjV/v_/_V/ _uncanvafsed, of tv-iy (h. brand in market, for sale very low, k. it . . quantities or singly. Each haw w _irrui ; i b' or sale by NICHOLs & BO \V M a N. my8 Cor. Front and _ilurk.-t -;_- MACKSBEL-A luge lot of Mack-r,! :: barrels, halves and _quartern, fur .-;ik-1 w by NICHOLS _i BOWMAN, my8 Cor. Front and Muket tt_*

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

_JRm _9_liri)crti0cmfnt0 . . _"\3_t7ANTED—ABOY to learn the baking busi 11 ness, _^uire of A. W. _PoSniortti street, near Third. _mygdafr_^ "IITANTEP -i-A competent nurse girl, havin fortablehome. Ajpply to _MlP_^CittVer _- s board <_tYBUP3aiid| Mels«es of al* _ktaas_* for _ade °h l e_^ NICHOLS & BOWMAN _«ny8 Cor. Front and Market _sV

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

MABKETS BY TELBCtBAPH PirfT.AT>?T.PirTA | May 8. Flour continues dull; sales of 600 _bbls North West extra at $6 26 and extra family from $6 87$ up to $7 60; tbe receipts and stock are light; email sales of rye flour at $6 00, and corn meal at $4 25; there is not much wheat offering and the sales were-only in a small way at $1 68@1 70 for red and $1 78 up to $1 80 for white; nothing doing in rye; corn is scarce, and yellow is firm at 91c; oate are in good request afr 80@82c.; provisions move slowly; sales of mess pork at 15 acd ness beef at 12@14c; bacon at 10@12c; hams 6}@7c.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

A Victory in the Southwest Capture of Grand _GulfetSOO PrUumen T&k_«n—All the Gaul, Aiku-anltloa and Stores. - ' ¦- •• . j •Cairo, Thursday, May 7." The dispatch boat Wilson, from the fleet, brings dispatches to the Government and important news. We have captured Grand Gulf, with 500 _prisonsr_^_andjall i he guns ,ammunition and _siorea. Guerillas at Greenville, Miss , destroyed the transport Minnesota on Sunday. The gunboats shortly afterward scattered the tn:my.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

ABMT OF THE POTOMAO THE RETROGRADE MOVEMENTRAPPAeAWNOCK RE-CROSSED

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

<<¦ _*_& _Strange story , ' -. r: ¦ . • ¦ . ¦ 8T Sir E- 'IBulwwl Lytok, FR sale at BEBGNEB'8 BOOKSTORE _i_^tHEESE! f V_> Prime Goahen, English Dairy, Pine Apple, Sap Sago, for sale by apl4 Wtt. DOCK, Ja., & CO T. J. McGUIGANi ' Importer and wholesale dealer in THREAD, TAPES, HOSIERY, Notions* &c-t MATCHES AND BLACKING, No, 2 , Strawberry Street, Phil adel phia. f25-d8m Pniir.fr Sum Bonus of and bonus to beinroiicy. InBUred addition, creased by future __ , additions. No. 89. $2500 $887 60 $8387 50 " 132. 3000 1050 00 4050 00 " 199 1000 400 00 1400 00 " 838. 5000, 1875 00 6875 00 Agfnt at _Harrisbnrg and vicinity WILLIAM BUEHLEE. jelO-dly, COFFEE ! COFFEE I COFFEE I _IlETANTED_, every Grocer and the Public to WORRELL'S NONPAREIL PREPARED COF-.,,.:i FEB. Warranted to give satisfaction, or the money refunded. It is universally acknowledged the BEST EVER USED. Prepared and for sale at the Eagle Steam Spice and Coffee Works, No. 244, No...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

C_|e Jails CdegrapJ_. MOTH- -K ' _I'o Al'v ICHT1SERS.—All Advertlscu>tiit8, Bivmikss Notices, Alar ria"C!J. _Deatlis, «Ssc,, to secure Insertion In t!»t _TKliK»iHAI'H, must iiiTariably _t_>c ac('U3iii> aiiiitt iiuti the CASH. I Advertisements oulcred in tlic regular ICveiling Kd¦ tic.u me inserted in the Morning _Edition without extra, charge. HABBlhBUBG, PA. Friday Kv_^_nin_?_, May 8, 1863. _TOWtf AND COUNTBY Military Relief Commutes: —The regular _^monthly payment will be made on Friday after-Won, Stbinst., at the Court HouBe, between _tV.e hours of four and six, GEO. BERGNEB, Pres't. 0. Edwabds, Sec ' y. —-.«. Look to Your Interests.—The subscriber, having opened a room at No. 94 Market street, _btlow Fouitb, will oblige all persons wishing tailoring done. Having an experience of eight year* at the business, I (eel confident in giving satisfaction. I will promptly attend to cutting men's and boys ' clothing in aoy desired style. in4td° GEO. A. KLUGH. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

The City Zouaves, Capt. Awl, were mustered out of service this afternoon at 2 o'clcck. An Adjourned Meeting of the committee of management for ihe reception of the 127 th Reg. P. V. will be held at the Brady House this evening at7_£ o'clock. The punctual attendance of every member of the committee is earnestly rt quested. The River, this morning at 8 o'clock, was eleven feet above low water mark. We understand, too, that the Juniata river, yesterday, rose six feet in five hours ; and at last accounts it was still rapidly on the rise. The Susquchann_» is also rising steadily. From these facts we may anticipate a flood of unusual _pTJwer aud vuiume'oi ¦ water. The appearance of the weather aldo indicatts that the rahn has not entirely cased, and that we may expects further heavy fall of water. A Disgraceful Exhibition.—Officer Fleck, to day at noon, found a woman lying in Third street in front of Sanford's Opera House in a beastly state of intoxication. She was just able to ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

We have taken over on the 1st of April the balance of goods bought of Mr. Boger, to our awn store, where we _wjll continue to sell the balance left at very low prices, until the whole are sold. .. Among those goods are 1,000 yards remnants, delaine and calico, 16, 18 and 20 cents. 500 yards remnants, lawns and pther drees goods, 16, 18ai_.d 20 cents. . ' :,.„_ 200 yards of barege and lustre, 20 and 25 cents. 1,000 yards Of linen crash; 16,18 and; 20 cents. 100 yards of brown and grey cloth for summer coats. 1,000 yards of linen, cotton and wool pants stuff, cheap. ' 1 800 dozen of the very best spool _cotton, white and colored.;,. " ' ' , 11,000 papers> of the very best of, Smiths ' needles, 5 _cts. a paper; also stockings, ' gloves, pocket' handkerchiefs, hoop skirts, a ll kinds of combs, patent thread,, tapes, socks, either by the, dozen or piece. We have also on hand yet about 10 pieces of CARPET, which we will sell at 75 cents per yard. " * 20 pieces of straw matting,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

A Communication. - : Although our confidence in mankind _may have been abused, in: -this naughty .world of burs, it is ennobling to see patient; _hODest rectitude laboring on and _striving_^to better the condition of bur fellow creatures. In this con_- nection our attention has been called to the merits of Mrs. _Westhoven'_s German Vegetable _^ledicines, and _the success attending,those manufactured by pur favorably known citizen, Mrs. L. Ball, No. 27 South Pine street, -Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. In view of these valuable medicines, which can be procured from Mrs. Ball at a small compensation, we have thought it our duty to say this much for the benefit of the afflicted.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

gptirJaFlJwoiiicts —. • ¦ * - '. -A ¦ > :_v «V. PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA and Recruiting Claims, United States Pension, Bounty, Arrears of Payi and Subsistence Claims, &c., &c, made out arid collected by EUGENE SNYDEB, j _, " ' " ' • ¦" -' AUcrney_^at-Law. Office: Third Street, _Harrisfcurg i Pa.. ;-[o27-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

_fl) ID ®_rofig & Co D. W. GROSS & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DRUGGISTS, _^ NO. 19 ; MARKET STREET, HABRISBUBG, P A. ? BKUQGISTS_, PHY8I0lANS,. STOREKEEPERS ANi) CONSUMERS. We are daily adding to oat assortment of goods all such articles as are desirable, and would respectfully call your attention to the _largest and best se _l ected Btock In, this city, of DEUGS_, _QHENUOALS <fe PAINTS its, Varnishes and Glues, * Dye-HtnuB, Glass and Putty, Artist's Colors and Tools, Pure Ground Spices, Burning Fluid and Alcohol, Lard, Sperm and Pine GUa, Bottle*, YlalsandLainpQlobes, Castile Soap, Sponge and Oorka, _, _,'Ac.,f _ftc., _^ ftc_? TSo. With a general variety of . PERFUMERY & TOILET_^TICIiBS selected from the beat manufactures and Perfamere of Knrope and _thlB country. Being very- large dealers in PAINTS, WHITE LEAD, LINSEED OIL, VARNISHES, WINDOW GLASS, ABTISr 8, .; w Vt . OOLOBS, PAINT AND ARTI8T'8 BRUSHES _lA _-f _Eff ALL 'I'h Ml _K vAKnapj...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

Q-RBAT DISCOVERY I BITTEE WINE OF IRON,, — -sfifea_^-v-_^ C_^^ _*^ e cure °_^ and for all cases requiring a Tonio. This Wine includes the most agreeable and efficient Salt of Iron we possess; Citrate of Magnetic Oxide combined, with the most energetic of _vegetable tonics, Yellow Peruvian Bark. The effect in many cases of _debUftyv loss of appetite, and general prostration, of an efficient Salt of Iron, combined with our valuable Nerve Tonic, is most happy. It augments the appetite, raises the pulse, takes off aruscular flabbiness, removes the palor offdettliWi and gives a florid vigor to the countenance.-' _- -.* t _*--.- _* -_* > Do you want something to strengthen you ? D p you want a good appetite ?' ' ! •'< Do you want to build up your constitution f Do you want to feel #eU? ¦ - Do yon want to get rid of nervousness f Do you want energy f- ' , Do you want to sleepwell? ¦ ¦! Do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling? If you do, try _^ _^ ' - - _A: • f OF KUNKE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

Northern Central Railway I _SUMMBJR _TIMf TABtE. ) ...- three train's Daily. TO AHD IEOM Washington City1 . Connections made with trains on Pennalyvaaia Railroad, to and from Pitteburg and the West. _^ ; TWO TRAINS DAILY to and from the North and West Branch Susquehanna , Elmira, and all of Northern New York. v :. f\_S and after MONDAYj APRIL _SOrb \J 1863,, tbe Passenger TraiBB of tbe Northern Central Railway will arrive at and depart ffom _HarrisburR and Baltimore as follows, via: _« , 8 0_UTIWAEB, MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily ' j (except Sunday)..10.10 A.M. • * leaves Harrisburg.. 1.16 P.M. " arrives at Baltimore 5.36 P. M. EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury. . daily (except Sunday)..... U* W-Oj? iP-M. " leaves Harrisburg (except Monday),. 2.00 A. M /' ,....; arrives at Baltimore , , , . • daily (except Mon- ' '_" ] _dayj.. 6.16_Ai Mi HARRI8BUBG ACCOMMODATION i / ! leaves HarriBburg 6.80 A. M. HOfTIWABD, / I MAIL TRAIN leaves Baltimoredally (except Sunday).' . 9, IS A. M. 11 l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

tmcB of QLxavti Pennsylvania Rail Koad! MMER TIME TABL FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FROM PHILADELPHIA. ON ANDferXSK MONDAY, APRIL 20th, 1863, THE Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company will depart from and arrive at _Harrisburg and Philadelphia as fol- EASTWARD. THROUGH EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily at 2.00 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.10 a. m. FAST- LINE _leaveB _Harrisburg daily (ex_^ cept Monday) at 5.45 a. _ai,, aDd arrives at W«t Philadelphia at 9.55 a, m. Passengers take breakfast at Lancaster. WAY ACCOMMODATION, via Mount Joy, leaves HarrisbuTg at 7_i00 a. in., and arrives at West Philadelphia at»12.26 p. m. FAST MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sunday) at 1.00 p. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6 00 p. m. HARRISBUBG ACCOMMODATION TRAIN, via Columbia, leaves Harrisburg at 4.00 p. m., and arrives at ' West Philadelphia at 9.80 p. m. WE8TWABD BALTIMOEE EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Harrisburg dally (except Monday) at 2.00 a....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

NEW AIR _LIiYB: FODTfi, TSBEJC TBAI1_TS UAiLY 10 JfJEW Y08K, ANB _FHILiADteLPHlA . ON AND AFTER MONDAY , APRIL 20th, 1862, the Passenger Trains will leave tbe _Philadelphia and Beading 'Railroad De6ot. at _Harrieburg_, fot New Tork fend _Philadelphia , as follows, vur: i : EASTWARD. EXPRESS LINE aeaves _^ _Harrisburg at 2.16 A. M., on arrival of the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train from the _Westr arriving in New York at 9.HO A. M., and " at Philadelphia 'at 8.20 A. <M. A sleeping car(, is _pttaghed to the train . through from Pittsburg without change MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg at 8 00 A\_T M.f arrivmg m ,New York at_< 6.30 P. M., and' Philadelphia at 1.60 P_,M. _, . FAST LINE leaves _Harrisbuii? at ' 2.00 P.M. arriving in New York at 10.25 E. M., and<Philadolphia at 7.00 P. M. _"a j' . . WESTWARD. n^\ FAST LINE leaves New Yortat_^dii_^A. M.. and Philadelphia at 8.16'At1 'M.' , ¦ arriving a _Harrisbuig at 1.16 P. M_, _g,,, _3 , MAIL,_TRAnj _leayes_^_T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

: _PEIjJHT _^_EDUDEBU ' 'i»:- ,, . ~ HOWARD & HOPE EXPRESS CO.'S SflORTi&rflUICi-illtB NBWjFOBl_, 1 ' * ,--_^ _Hw>ua iiYf _^_j_, ' f j Goods - _Otdertih_, mA ti_<e '_WWrime Night: _~ ? ,Wli v- * - • 1«1 ' «'A « i UUl EeaW_^Stew i _YoWt_^ ' 7i P. M., by the tut iM_^_i_^_rees IVain, _- ar_«_7liig in Hdrrlsbi i_» _WA_^ MU QA 'lAuiLXi ._oiaUTVF _T _^_ITKogt.. _WSfGB '_iEtffljk _s _^ fur_^^i _|n|^^_tiw_^nquL-e of _j_^ .:. i i. wfiWi SBBuJTEB i _AffOIlt_. ' _K&BKnBnriB; AhstPimtMtf_* -, J. - . -<! • it,, it .... _r ,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

Kneintss _^ariis _N1UI10LS & BOH MAX, WHOli'_nAiJ: AND RETAIL. _UHOCiJKS, OOBHXB OF _fBONT AND MABKET aTREOTT, BAB BIEBUBO_, PKSSA. OWING ' o the iem_^_nJs of our _business, we have _ciiiurged and improved our storeroom, and respectfully iuvite the attention of the public to our exU**"1 *"- VTW _* woll nelected atrwtc n( 6R0_CKRJK8, fiiOVlSIONS, P0_BEI6_M AND DO IfctfIC i'ROITS_, CKUAR AKD WILLOW WAKE. We _oflwr for sale _5TEWAKTS & LOVEBIN_^S CHOICE SYRUPS CHOICE SYRUPS AND MOLASSES, of ail _kinds. WHITE AND BROWN SUGARS, GREEN AND BLACK TEA, COFFEE, SPICES, and FLAVOBLNU EXTRACT We keep on hand all kinds of Country Pro Jnce; al_*o, rLOUB. me, ; salt, HAMS, LARD, Ac, We call attention to our largr stock of sup* rior - ' • ¦ ' NQN EXPLOSIVE COAL Oil., _unequalled in every respect by any in the mar ket, together _witfi all kinds of COAL OIL LAMPS, 8_BADES, BURJNEUH and CHIMNEYS. ttUSEHSWASE AND GL.1SSWARK_, of ov. ry style, always on baud. ¦ NICHOLS &amp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

_Mxsuiiantom TOILETr _BRUSH£B. EVEBY description or class of Toilet _Brushed, and each class in great variety of style, quality and price. We can furnish almost any article of Toilet _Biush from common to extra fine, at a very reasonable price. The following list comprises our Btock oi goods of this line now in store : HAIB BRUSHES.—For _ladiea, for gentlemen, for infants, for barbers, for soldiers, narrow for curling, short handles, buffalo backs, inlaid, very hard, and very soft. CLOTH BBUSHES.—Handled, fine French, common, roach back, tourists ,'or soldiers' , dogroot. HAT BRUSHES.—Fine French, ordinary, tourists*. BONNET BRUSHES.—Dog-root, broom com. VELVET BRUSHES.—French sprigs, corn, dog-root. SHAVING BRUSHES.—Buffalo horn, rosewood handles, of badger hair and bi _istles, common, metal and screw handles. TOOTH BBUSHES._^-American, French and English, ivory and buff handles, double; tourist's in case, badger hair, Russia bristle very hard, 3 row cheap, straight, curved and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 8 May 1863

PORTFOLIOS _^ FOR _SOLDIERS ! WHOILE8ALE OB _RETAIL. h> _^ - AT PRICES PEOBABLY LESS than can now be purchased' elsewhere. SOLDIERS look to your interests, and call or send to ' v - ' EEDCBB'S I Drag Store, 91 _Market Street, for a _Writing FolioJf'To dealers wishing Mo<buy outjthe lot wewflioffer : •- " • , _jHoB? ' PURE _CiALIFORWIA WIfifES ,A FO|(;MB_^CAli USE;1 ' ' r aOALD_^ORNIAHOCE WINE, WJLFORNLVPOBT WINE, •* _CALIFORNIA ANGELICA WJNE, CALIFORNIA MUSCATEL WINE, CALIFORHLi GBAEE < ©BAND Y. The attention o& Invalids i_$ particularly called to these wines. _They are_^u_^totBe/_best Europeaiu wines, and guaranteed pure. For ..Bale at ,i , KELLEB'S DjgDG STOBJB i_^ OOt25 _, ,, 91 Market St!?' I _, A. ' L _^ ENK, -fPfiAOBEB OF -_" _PHNO_, GUITAB AND ± SINQtNG. Addas&at WM..KNQpHE' S Music J3tore, 93 _Maftse&fifteet/'_{ fi._< [mfSp3m'> H AMS _ANDcJiBIBB .BEEF _^ .—Michener'_s Excelsior'HamBaCLd Pried Beef , _Warranted ...

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