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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

T. J. McGUIGAN, Importer and wholesale dealer in _7_HHGAD, TAPES, HOSIERY, 1 " Notions*' &o_> MATCHES AND BLACKING, \ No. 2 Strawberry Street , PMidel phia.: J • /. __ ,.. .. . ..... (f26Hi8m /^HEiSE! . ' _^ tv/ _PrimeT _Goshen/" , ' v 'Eriglish Dalry,-* Pine-Apple, i • ¦ ,:;• -. -._X. _^Sigft, .. .... , > for8ale'by ap_!4 "WWTDOGK, Ja., & CO. /_GARDEN _^_EElfe, A , , _, _^ J Shaker's, Mt: Lebanon, N. ?., and ; Y I _>riggs & Brp., ROch_^te_^, N. T.f ? A large invoice,; comprising _evejy, jVarietyand ]description, just received an_$ for ' _as_^le by ; ap_!4 .:WM. ;PP.C?K,; 3k., &CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

SM1T11 & _JEWI\G, _ATTORNEY S-A T-I* A V3_|, Off ICE THIRD STREET, NEAB MARKET, HABBISBUBft PENJNi'A j *\J ILLattecd to the Collection of Bounty V? Money, _PennsionE and arrears of Pay. gH*~ _ibe widow or other heirs oi any soldier, who may die l y disease or be killed while in t\v United States service, is entitled to $100 bounty money, pension, and all arrears of pay ot dkcrfcaeri soldier. [myl0y,-rd-dl0_r .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

FRESH GROCERIES I NICHOLS & BOWMAN, (Corner of Front and Market, Streets,) i: AKE constantly receiving from first hands; large stocks of ohoice family groceries, pur • chased for cash, which they are thereby enabled to sell at very small advance on city _wholesale prices. Tfaey would respectfully inform the' public that they do not deal in nor keep any intoxicating liquors in any quantity ¦ , large or1 small. mr8 ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

FRESH SEEDS! y _; WE have leceived for this season more than our out _usnal stock of i FL OWER SEED S;.. • t -, \ Some choice vatietieB on _hanfl. Al8p,_*afllrden and Vegetable _BeedB of. the best _quaiityT i KELLERS DRUG STORE, \ mr27 91 Market street. : __ j

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

HEHMETICALLY SEALED. PEACHES, _TOMATOES , ' ; PINE APPLE, ' SALMiON_/ ¦ • • - / I ' ! 1 t)YSTEBS, SPICED OYSTEBS _. i •* LOBSTEB, SARDINES, • For sale by WM. DOCK, Jr. :& CO.. •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

BIBLES m) - HYMN BOOl&i * LA hG E _nnil Bplendid stock oi Pocket_' an_^i J\ Family Bibles. . ¦ ; ;<_£ _* ; - i r I - ¦ ' ¦¦ Prf*byt<rian, Methodist,' Lutheian, German Befui-med, and other Hymn .Books , _luat _recelv «d kt: BiKUNEK'S CHEAP BuQKSTORB. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

_^_OALiOlL_, a further reduction ia Coal Oil, \j superior article of non-explosive Coal Oil, for sale very low, by [ ¦ ¦¦ i NICHOLS & BOWMAN, ! _mtli Cor. Front and Market Sts.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

, » . 8M_,bKED;_HALlfe_^. AYE _RY _.oholce' _iurtideAuaje_^l_^d, _at»d for said.by . _t W_^ _DOOK_^ Jr._^&, CQ.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

J J AlBIMb. wltron, ana Uurrants, iot sale by jfci _NIOHOLt _i & BOWMAN, j - id . _Ooroer Front »n-i Marbet'_SW

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

wbo Was iMk'Va-Tor ot Compromise. The political enemies of tbe Republican party have made it a standing charge that it was op posed to a fair compromise of the differences existing at the outbreak of the rebellion, and ib therefore responsible for the war. It matters not that the leaders among the rebels have themselves exploded tu _.e accusation repeatedly and effectually by declaring that at _> the time they wanted no _compromise, would have entered into none ; in facr_, that if a blank sheet of pa: per had been offered them upon which to write 'their own conditions, they wonld have rejected ' it—the charge has been reiterated as often as opportunity has offered, In view of this fact. David Dudley Field _s of .New York, has recently done an excellent thing; in the effectual exppte of the falsity of the accusation alluded to. He was a member of the Peace . Congress that met_^in Washington city In _Bebroaryj 1861, from which strong hopes of Some accommodatiqnjprhich,would...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

_:men of the _U9tn _Panosybauu \_o._unteer_3_, that regiment having tbu _inlvat.t n. K!LLED & ND _W01: _S Di ICol- Eliinake: is _rtpoiisd wvan-LJ Col. Ir.-.in, of the 49th Pennsylvania, who served wit a Gea. Hooker ia Mi _xio ; _, «a_^ _wcU uded in the foor_, aud couveyed to Potomac creek bridge. There wtre also wounded: Capt. W. B. FrecLorn, Co. B, 4Gth Ptaasylvania ; fractured thigh. Corp. MosedCreswell, <~ o. B, 49th renr.s)l vania ; thigh. L Jame6 _0ulp, Co. E, 9othPennaylvania; £rac _Hured arm. Moses _McCluskey_, Co. F, 95th Pennsylvania; thigh, flesh wound. James Gorman, 49th Pennsylvania ; dead. Cornelius Hugbaum, Co. I, 16th New Yoik ; arm. David Vaile, 5th Maine ; hand. THE ARMY OF THE P0T0MA0. GEN. HOOKER'S ADVlNCK AND SUCCESS. • <¦» CROSSING OF THE KAPPAHANNOCK' ¦ ¦ * . -.-¦: - - *_, ¦ t - ¦ " t * iMt * '"¦! " ' -" ' OUR MAIN ARMV AT _CIIANCELLORHLLE. Concentration of Troops .from Richmond j . •. ¦ _-;¦ • • i- —¦¦ _* _» ¦ m,;, = -; .. .. .. . IJS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

Vbe Changes in the-Auditor General, Treasury and Land Offices. To-day, the legal term of service of the heads end subordinates, respectively, in the Land, _Treasury and Auditor General's office, expire. We cannot .permit the heads of these,different departments to retire, without thanking them, in the name of the people, for the able and faithful manner in which they have discharged their several duties. ¦ - ¦¦ _*. „ Hon. Thomas E. Cochran; Auditor General, lias had a laborious, delicate and imporlant »erm. With the breaking out of the, war, his labors of course increased as the expenses of the _Commonwealth were augmented. But with a seal that _Btopped before no obstacles, he reorganized, as it were, the entire routine of business in his department, so that with its increased duties tho_^e engaged as clerks were _afforded increased facilities, and the public interest was thus faithfully guarded. Mr. Cochran will be succeeded by Isaac Slenker , of Union county. All' we can new w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

col, A K, M'CIttie tkiiti mr ._^afjowftl AflmJnistrniifin. ' &ybo[.oif> of a sioocli Isiluly .Jelivoi-iJ ' {• ¦; Vu\ A. K. M'Ciuie, fo his fellow citizens in Franklin cciii>ty, _speared iu th_* Valley Spirit, the _orgau of the t;cac ou sympathisers of thui _)o:al ity, t _> tho effect that tbe speaker had refie.;ttd vciy severely ou the National _Aduuitistrutivii. The vituperative portion of that synopsis w_^ _te printer! iu the lory Organ, with great p-va/Je and that gusto with which it always assists In the perpetration of a mean act. At the time the extract of this speech appeared in the Tory Organ, we were certain that the sentiments imputed to Col. M'Clure were never conceived much less expressed by that gentleman ; and in order to satisfy ourselves as to the correctness of our estimate of the patriotism and loyally of tbe man. we wrote to him for the denial we were certain would, come, to ©verwneim these shameless coppeiheads with disgrace. We a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

DRAKE'S PA IENT CHURN POWER!! Patented July 8, 1862. MUCH lalior " ar;d, ingenuity _hnve been expanded in efforts to reduce the labor, lime and trouble of chuining milk and oream to produce butter. The old method of churning by handr _equires so much time and labor that resort has been had to various machines propelled by dogs, sheep, calves, &c, for the purpose of saving this time and labor. But tbe ineonvenitnu and impleasantsusi arising from the yee of these animals as a propelling power are such as to render feny improvement which will obviate the necessity of their use a great desideratum. After placing the milk in the churn, it is only'necessary to wind (up the weight by mans Of the crank, which' can be done in from two to three minutes, and the machine will run thirty minutes without rewinding, when, if the churning is not finished, it can be re-wound. . This power can be so regulate! as to propel a churn|_&:;any size, from one quarter of a barrel to'tiflp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

NOTlCb:. THE partnership heretofore _existing between Urich & Bjwman, in the dry s;ooik business, is this day, April 24 h, 18C3, disr-olved by mutual consent. The surviving partner, (J. L. Bowman, will settle up the affairs of the lute firm, and continue the business at the old _otaud, south-east corner of Front and Market _«s:_ixvts. my2d2t. J_' DSl'open, a frcsh lot of PbotogMph Aii>_uuis , at SCHEFFfcR'S P,joksture. mv2 /_CANARY BIRD L >bT, of light yrliow oulor. V_/ A suitable reward will be paid it If ft with Mrs. 11ICKOK, myl-2t Chestnut street. WANTED. A STOUT BOY for the blacksmith shop ; also, XX. a few good laboring men, at the myl 3t E ____h_^ WORKS. COAL YARD FOR SALE. THE stock and fixtures of one of the ie-t located Yards in town. Address mvl-lw <» BOX S36. _POSTOFKfOF. E STRAY—Came to the premises of the _enb _scriber, _reaidinz at Clark's Ferry, ou Monday, April 20th, 1863, THREE STRAY SHEEP. Tbe owner is requested to come forward ,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

CKAUKtLKS l : : Boston _CaACKtR3, Milk Kr._cvir, _Fabwa do. s-oda d._j. Waxsh do. Wixc do. Almond do. Berr.K do GiNdEB _NtTd "We receive supplies of tht-ab _>vi- < vrrv wt ' ; _k and our customeiscan _tutr._«tV»re rdy uy:>. tht • bang Fresh. [ap28] WM. 1XXK. Jr., >v t _ _v _ NOTICE. A N election for seven _ttusUes of tin- _Hiriv _wtjL Free Cemetery will be heUi vn Mt _tui;t>, May 4, 1868, at two o'clock, p. m.. at ihe \\\_s leyan Church, corner of Tanner's alliy an I South street. MARTIN PEKKY. _ao27-dtd Secretary and Tiettfiiror LLOYD'SAMEKICA1N MAP Vt _THtt _UNITKD STATES PRICE $100. I)ERSONS _wishiog to engage in ee.'ling the-1 maps can be furnished, in any _quantity, by addresslDg D. D. BABTON, Mcitia; i _^_burtr, Cumberland county, Pa., agent, at _publbhei_? prices, with freight added. Good _agents cau _sel 1 from fifteen to twenty maps per day, and real tea a handsome Drone. aL>27-11\vf t&- _IMPORTANT, -_^a TF you want yo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

JPtcK _^6a t he 3d inet _^ at the Pennsylvania House, Capt. Samoil Wilt. Farther notice will _le given of the funeral. On Saturday morning, the 2d inst., Mre. ChablottbE , wife of Alexander Roberts, in the 81st year of- her age. On the 4th inst., Susak _Catharinb Mulsb, daughter of William and Hannah _Demars, aged 24 years, 2 months and 2 days. I _TCbe funeral will take place from her late residence in' Straw! erry alley, between Third and Fourth Btreets, to morrow (_Tueeday) afternoon, at 3 o'clock, to which the relatives and friends of the familv are invited to attend. J8m _^tfnjerttsemente. "PERSONAL.— The undersigned, a young marl X of promise and intelligence, in the army, desires to form the acquaintance of a lady of merit and good position, with a view, if agreeable, to matrimony. _Address D. F. 8., Co. C, 101st Pennsylvania Volunteers, Newbern, N. C. . mv4dlt_« i «40 SJSWAKJDiQTOLEN from the stable of the _subscriber, O residing in _Susquehanna street, West Har-Jrisbur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

Tbe situation. i Never, since the war began, were our prospects so bright as now. The spring is opening early, and our commanders ore active. While movements of great importance are ia actual progress, it is impossible to give a corrdct' _yiew of the situation, even were it legitimate to ' do so. .Before this issue reaches the reader , we may h>ve positive intelligence as to the results of some . ' of-our movements. _Rnpid _niarchfea and decisive battles will now be the order- of' the day. ihe people of the North_)are .;bringuig Active offensive measures; and the appetites of the rebels are as imperiously demanding bread ,; which can only be obtained by-marching to ward the North. For this reason'a decisive conflict cannot long _ba delayed. These great struggles if our-armies are successful in each , willpractically end the war. The one will put us'JnJppBf session of Richmond, the second destroy- Bragg'i army and relieve East Tennessee, and the third' open the Mississippi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

UNION STATE CONVENTION. The LOYAL CITIZENS OF PENNSYLVANIA, without _distinctiou of pirty, who desire Ocrdially to unite in suBtaiuiugthe NATIONAL AND STATE ADMINloTBATIONS, iu theirpatriotic efforts to suppress a sectional and an holy rebellion against tbe UNITY OF THE REPUBLIC, ai\d who desire to support, by •very 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 equal to their Le gislative representatives of the State, at such _times and in such manuer as will best respond to the spirit of this call, to meet In STATE CONVENTION, at _PITTSBURGH on WEDNESDAY, the FIRSTS-DAT OF JULY next, at eleven o' clock, A. m., on said day, to nominate candidates for the offices of GOVERNOR _aax.i JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT, and to take such measures as may be deemed ne eeseary to strengthen the Government in this reason or common peril to a common _eonn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 4 May 1863

/ ~Y_* E BOTTLE OF EWING'S BWOD fM YblU (very _agteeableto the taste) is more effective in cleansing the ' _circulation, and thus removing all diseases which ari6_* from an impure state of tbe blood, than okk dozen bottub of Sahsapabiila. It _ia not a S3_reaparilla , although it contains as much of that drug as is usually found in preparations purporting to be pork _Sareaparilla. It depends far tit sueeeu upon a far more active depuralivt agent. It contains not a particle of mercury, but on the contrary is the best antidote ever jet discovered for the _rivages of that insldlouB and dangerous poison. It is wabsakted to' drive out and thoroughly remove all diseases which arise from an impure circulation which are curable by any means One dollar per

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