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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

Special Nottai. —*— * ' jGjpoD News.—While General Hooker is fiar _safrijag ammunition and much discomfort to tbe rebtls, we find the new dry goods, house .of C. L Bowm ,n slaying a large amount' of dry goods for the benefit of his customers.: As an admirer of the beautiful we weredeliehted yesterday in lookiog over the beautiful dress goods for ladies and gentlemen, that are now to be had very cheap at tbe southeast corner of Front and Market streets. ,, -. _, 2t ' PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA and Recruiting Claims, United States Pension,- Bounty, Arrears of Pay, and Subsistence Claims, &c.. &o., made out and collected by EUGENE SNYDER , Attorney at_^Lo tw. Office: Third Street,, _flarristurg, Pa. [o27-ly A Communication. Although our confidence in mankind may have been abused, in this naughty world of purs, it is ennobling to see patient, hpueat rec titude laboring on and striving to better tbe condition of our fellow creatures. In this connection our attention has b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

' Salaries of District School _Supkbintsndknts w-W«_3 have noticed, with regret, a disposition If In many pf the school districts of the State, to reduce the salaries of the District Superinten-I dents. We believe .that such an attempt was I aade in this county. What Bpirit dictated {this proposition, whether it emanated from i the low _malica of any of the directors .who had I lailed in electing their candidate for the Su-IptTiDtendency, or whether it was suggested by I ill judged notions of economy, we cannot tell. ' "We are satisfied, however, that it failed—and we are glad also to notice that' the same attempts in tte other counties where they were made, also failed. Instead of reducing the ealarii s of the District School Superintendents, they should be increased. The responsibility ' devolved and the labor performed are _l_>6tb important and arduous. They iayoljve duties of the highest importance ; and ' to degrade the position by reducing the salary to a mere homiu...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

$48,602 13 DANIEL KEND1G, _Aasistant Assessor. - ¦ ——•?—— ' _ ' _; ' Fik6t Cixt Teoop 01 _HAKROBuaG, Attkhtiow ! —Meet Tuesday evening, the 12th inst, at half past.7 o'clock, at the pubic hou_^e of Quartermaster B.G. Peters, onbusinessconcerning the troop. By order of Cipt. Byers. { , ' CHAS. C. BAWN,0. a. Habbisbowi, May 11th, 1868. • ¦ -: , »¦¦. ¦_'_¦. _; . The Boutb or Peootbbioh at reception of 127th Regiment, P. V., will be as follows, vis: Form upon Maiket street,: thence up Third to State, State to Second, Second to Vine,-Vine to Front, Front to Chestnut, Chestnut to Third, Third to Market, Market to Front, Front to State. Citizens along the route are expected to make a proper display of flags, Sec. The different bells in the city will be rung for fiye minutes upon the departure of the regiment from York. The several companies and bodies intending to participate will make their arrangemenfs.accordingly, without further notice. By order of HENRY M_'CORMICK_, Chief Mars...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

than } at 1 50 ton 2 ,177 97 Cast irou, permanent _ttrHcr.rei 1 00 207 09 Hollow ware 1 60 2 80 Harness leather 7 10 per lb. 569 66 do imported hides 5 10 " 2 16 Offal and damaged 5-10 " 32 6j Rough and sole leather 1 " 5,365 58 do do imported hides at 1-10 " 16 46 Rough hemlock tan'd 7-10 4 93 Upper, &c 1 359 04 Calfskins at 6 each - 519 42 Animal oil at 2 gallon 16 13 Plate of silver kept aud for use 8 per cz. 2 61 Soap at 510 per lb. 100 77 Stoves at 1 60 per ton 111 24 Tobacco at • 15 per lb. * 20 90 do 10 •' 2 6fl Smoking tobacco 5 " 3 75 _Castings over 10 lbs at 1 50 per ton 25 23 Lager beer at 1 00 4 00 Horned cattle at 20 82 SO Hogs at 6 11 16 Sheep at 8 1 44 Amount class C .$84,602 88 " B... 2,68000 « " A ......... 11,4*9'26

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

A Special Meeting, of the Friendship Fire Company will be held this evening at the. usual hour, for the purpose of making the necessary arrangements for participating in the reception of the 127th regiment. " By or_3er. " " "***v •;:- " ¦ _•' ¦ - '¦: . ¦*: - ..Mi ' - Attention. —Company H, 4th Beg't Penna. Militia, will meet at the Black Horse tavern at 7_J o'clock on Tuesday evenTbg_, the 12th inst. to make arrangements to participate at the reception of the 127th Beg't Penna. Yols. ; By order of the Captain. _, GEO. W. _^OFFMAN, 6. S. ¦' . . . .:— ' ¦ -mi ' ' ¦ - ¦ " " ' ¦ ¦¦¦• • Sixth Ward, AaocsBl;-rr-The heroicmen of the 127th regiment, our brothers and friende, will soon return to their homes. Let us give them a heirt_.warm welcome! A meeting of the citizenB, in conformity to the callpf the committee of arrangements, will be held this (Tuesday evening at 7_^ o'clock, at the house of .Vincent _Orsitiger_, corner of Third and Broad streets.— Let evory one who would do honor ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

The Street Spjcinkhsr.—Mr. R J. Fleming informs us that, having d sposed of his teams, he will Bell the _s_' .rett sprinkling machine. We hope some enterprising man will take hold ot it, for we are bad ly In need of something to settle the dust. Will somebody "run out the sprinkler?" To Buybbs orDax Goods.—We invite attention to the advertisement of the Messrs. Cathcarr, which appears in another column, of muslins, summer print?, cloakings, cloths, caseimeres_, et cetera. This firm has long occupied a front rank position for the sale of these highly necessary classes ot goods. Their large store rooms, in Market Square, next door to the Bank, never presented so _attractive an appearance as now, and those of our readers who wish to purchase good goods at moderate prices should pay them a visit.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

A special MKETiNO of the Paxton Fire company will be held this evening, at 7_& o'clock, to make arrangements to participate in the reception of the 127th _Regiment. ««>—:— The Mkhbbbs of Co. B, First regiment of Pd. Militia, will meet this (Tuesd:j-) evening at the Hope hose house, at 7 o'clock. By order of the Captain. _««» A _mbetcnq of the Mount Yernon Hook and Ladder company, will be held this _eveniog at 7_J o'clock. Punctual attendance requested. By order of the President. . An Adjourned Meeting of the Brant Light Guard, Co. E, 1st Regiment P. M., will be held at Brant's Hall this (Tuesday) evening, April 12th, 1863, at 8 o'clock. Punctual attendance is requested. By order.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

Accident on thb Pennsylvania _Baoeoad.— On Saturday night as the passenger train on the Pennsylvania Central Railroad was going West, a man was discovered lying on the ¦ track at Bennington'_s, abjnt one and a half miles be yond Gallitein. The engineer whistled down brakes, and endeavored to alarm the man so that he would get out of the way, but in vain. He was caught by the cowcatcher and thrown violently against the bank, ten ' feet from the road. His head was badly ¦ cut in two places, and one leg " very badly hurt, if not broken. He proved to be a watchman on the road by the name of Michael Highlands, and is supposed to have been drunk, and to have laid down and gone to sleep. After the whistle was blown he was seen to raise his ' head, but then the train was so close to him that he could net _escape.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

Cjjc _gailfi _CdcgrapJ ~ _NUTICK ~ T«> _^ »' v I-UTISEIIS—All AdverlisviiK'iits, Bu<iin-;>8 Notices, Mar. Tittles, _Oeatlis, _itc.j to secure insertion In i._'ie TISi<KtiifA I'il, must invariably be »ccompaiilt(i nidi tue CASH. Adverti_^emunU _oiilered in tbe regular _Evening EtlUMni aie inserted in the DJuruing Edition without extra charge. HABRlbBUBa_, PA .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

Tuesday _Kvcniiis_, May 12, 1863. TOWN AND COUNTBY New Bakeet and Ice Crash Saloon.—Mra. 5. Mathews informs her friends and the public ;eneruily that she has taken Mrs. Davis' old tanrl in Walnut street, between Second street nd River alley, _5_nd fitted up the same in the itst style, where she is prepared to furnish larties with the choicest cakes and bread at he shortest notice. The Ice Cream saloon will always be open nd supplied with the best article of cream and akes. mylldlw

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

To thk Rbvbrbkd _Clbrot of Hakbisburg — The committee of arrangements respectfully invite tho clergy of Harrisburg to participate in the reception of the 127th Rfgiment Pennsylvania Volunteers. Carriages will bein waiting in front of the office of the Young( Men's Christian Association for their accommodation. ' The* ringing of the city bells will be the signal for the meetln'g of the various associations comprising the procession. _? A. L. ROUMFQBT, Chairman.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

An Abk_, from Bradford county, passed this ity yesterday, laden with several hundred lushe' s of potatoes We learn that its destinaioo was the port of Middletown. ¦ t-A Meeting of the Young Men's Christian Asociation will be held in their reading room his evening at 8 o'clock. Punctual attendance 3 requested, as an important subject will be irought before the Association.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

PA.RAEOii_, Shades, Scn Umbrellas, &c.—M. H. L e c_»lls the attention of the ladies to his 1 irge _Btock of parasols, sun umbrellas, shades, &c. The largest and cheapest stock in thin city, can be foucd at his establishment, No. 69 Market street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

A special meeting of the Good Will FiriMOtupany will be Leld this evening, at 7_J o ' clock, to make arrangements to participate in the reception of the 127ih _Regiment.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

HRKTIlftr OF THB UNION' 1 _VftflUB Honor to oar Returning YoU: s ..s

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

01. tn. <8>X_0B8 & $0 D. W. GROSS & CO., WHOLESALE AND RETAIL _DRUGGISTS, NO. 19 MARKET STREET, HARRISBUBG, PA. DRUGGISTS. PHY&ICIANS, STOKE KEEPER8 AND<JO_2«DMERS. , We are daily adding to oar assortment of goods all such articles as are desirable, and would respectfully call your attention to the largest and best se _l ected stock ia tbiadty, of DRUGS, 0HEMI0AXS 4 PAINTS, _lis^^_arnlshes and Glues, ;~c - »J Pye _^ _Stuffs, Glass and Putty, '¦ - Artist'aColora and Tools, ; u _Bot_* Ground Sploea_, Burqlng Fluid and Alcohol, u -Lard. Sperm and Pine Oils. : i _Bottlef, Vials and Lamp Globes, v ; ,- _',, Castile Soap, fipongia»«nd Corks, _i ' ; ' ii:v • ¦ ¦ ¦ " : *C? U\*C.» * C._/ *O._' -" ft0. ' f' , With agiBne ' rai variety of * PEaFUABETA TOKiET _ARTICLES _, . :-:;¦ . ¦ •. "_._^ • ¦} 1 ¦ • ¦ ¦ . ' , ¦ >. ¦ ¦ _"¦ ¦ -a. selected from the beat _manufactures and ;Perfumers of Europe and this country. Being very large dealer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

GrREAT DISCOVERY! _KUNKEJt/S BITTEB WOTE_^O'F_^IOIF, _ _«5_£5_^sg k _^ "UK5RT _thet cure of ^^^¦^^_W7 THE ST/OaE-AOH, and for all cases requiring a Tunic. This Wine includes the m ost agreeable and efficient Salt of Iron we possess; Citrate of Magnetic Oxide combined, with the most energetic of vegetable tonics, Yellow* Peruvianf-Barfc. The effect to many cases of debility, _losffof 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 muscular flabbiness_, remove_* the <palor _bf debility, and gives ' a florid vigor to the countenance. Do you want something to strengthen you f Dp you jront a good' appetite ? Do you want to build up your constitution I Do you want to feel well f < • Do you want to get rid of nervousness ? Do you .want energy f . _< i Do you want to< sleep well?. Do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling? If you do,-tr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

Uorthern Central Railway W a &b _t_^^^H_^X ¦ ¦ i.-_^_j_^^^nMBSMBwWBBJ'P_^WBP ^^ _IMER TIMiE7TABLE*jrv THREE TRAINS DAILY TO AHB IBOM 'Jl " BALTIM O _tt El v j ' AMD ' ' - Washington City. ConriectionB made with trains _oa J_'ennBlyvania Railroad, to and from _Rttsburg and . the WestT) ' . _, . . , . TWO TRAINS _^ DAILY to and, from the North and West Branch SuBduehanna_, Elmira, and all of Northern New York. '-_> ON Jnd after MONDAY, APRIL 20tb 186$,ithePassengerTraiB8of the Northern _CentraliRailway will arrive at. and depart from Harrisburg and Baltimore as follows, vis: ! ipTJT _^ HWAKD. _, MAIL TRAIN leavesSunbury daily ' '\ .v. ' (except Sunday).. 10.10 A.M •" > _leaveB HarriBburg.. 1.16 P. M ._* '?!' . ' arrives'at Baltimore 5.85 P. M EXPRESS TRAIN leaves Sunbury ,, daily (except Sunday) 11.07 P. M " i _i. 1 _eave ' fl Harrlsburg • • (exceptMonday),. 2.00A.M. " ' arrives-at Baltimore • : _> i > ¦ daily<(exceptMon-_^ dayj-'ii.....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

BOSS' CHEMICAL _WBITING KJJID, _MAHOTXOTUED> BT _TBM AMMBIOAJtlaX. COMFABT, BnroHAimoa, N. Y. --* QEE what _jodgee of ink? in our dty Bay: _O ¦ _[.,;<* . ¦ .-; ¦ .. ¦ : . -.• , . ¦ . ¦ . •; ¦ We _Idol undersigned iaviug used Bqea Bro.'_s Chemical "Writfog Fluid consider it a migenor article and heartily recommend its use to tha _pablte: 1 d J. _GJ Young, Prothoootary, Dauphin county. S. "Hi Brenner, Clerk to Prothonotary, do. Jose_^li _' Miller, Clerk to Commissioners. John! It 8peel, County Treasurer. r John Rose, Deputy Recorder and Register. Sam ueliMarquart, Register. Jacob Shell, Deputy Sheriff. , Thoe. H. _Nbrton_, Capt. U. S. A., _Dls. Offioe. .. Handy Mix, Auditor General' s office. D, _C. Maurer, " r "«.. " Da * vid,B«rne8, " ,."... , "• Joe. _Garreteon, " " " WmUKfag, " •"¦ ¦ " Ghffl-Corner, " *• •' M.8JBower, J " - . _« . _« - ..••:.. Alexander Wilson, State Treasurer's office. J.Holoomb, - " /• A-O.; 8mith, Attorney-at-law. N_; Bi-sChahgeB of tfcmperatd...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

_fcmtf of _ftvavtl Pennsylvania Rail Road I MMEH TIMS TABL FIVE uTBAINS DAILY TO AND _EB0M PHILADELPHIA. _tO .'.. "¦ b OH AND A1_TBR MONDAY, APRIL 20th, 1863, _fpHE Passenger Twins of the Pennsylvania J_ _Railroad Company will depart from and arrive _14 :Harrisbu?g and Philadelphia as follows: • " <¦¦•_' .- ¦; ¦¦ . ¦ (![ ; . , E _j EASTWA'BD. THROUGH EXPRESS TBAIN leaves Harrisburg daily at 2 00 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.10 a. m. FAST; LINE leaves Harrisburg daily (ex cept. Monday) at 5.45 a. ui.f and arrives«t West Philadelphia ,at 9.55 a. m. Passengers take _breakfast fat Lancaster. WAlsAOCOMMODATION, via Mount Joy, leaves Harrisburg at 7.00 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 12.25 p. m. FAST MADi TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (_exoeptSunday) [at 1.00 p. m., and arrives at West P lUadelphia at 5 00 p. m. ;HAEKI8BURGtACCO.MM0DATI0N TRAIN, via Cplumbia,-leaves Harrisburg at 4.00 p. m., and; arrives _atcWestllEhiladelphia at 9.30 p. m. ! WE...

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