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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

New Bakery and Ice Crasm Saloon— Mw. C. Mathews informs her friends and the public generally that Bhe has taken _Mra. Davis' ohJ stand in Walnut street, between Second street and Biver alley, and fitted up the same in the best style, where she is prepared to furnish parties with the choicest cakes and bread at the shortest notice. • ~~ " The Ice Cream saloon will always be open and supplied with the best article of cream and cakes. * mylldlw .. A Communication. Although our confidence in mankind may have been abused, in this naughty world of ours, _| t is ennobling to see patient, honest reotitude laboring on and striving to better the condition of our fellow creatures. In _thU connection oar attention has been called to the merits of Mrs. Westhoven_'s German Vegetable Medicines, and the success attending those manufactured by our favorably known citizen, Mrs. L. Ball; No, 27 South Pine street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. In view of these valuable medicines, which can be procured ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

WM. B. BRADBURY'S PIANO-FORTE ESTABLISHMENT. No. 4_SX_7 _Broomfe St., NEW YORK. r I _TOJfi subscriber respectfully invites the atten-JL tion of his friends and the public generally to his'TPiano-Forte Establishment, at No. 427 Bioome street, corner of Crosby street. HaviDg withdraw_^ his interest, stock and materials from the late firm of " Iighte & Bradbiirys," which firm was dissolved on the 31st January, ult., and having purchased the entire stock of Piano-Fortes and Piano-Forte Material, owned by his brother, Edward G. Bradbury, in the said firm, he is now prepared to supply the increased demand for his celebrated Piano-Fortes. Employing the most skillful and experienced workmen, with a large stock of the best and most thoroughly seasoned material, and an abundance of capital, he haB taken in hand the personal supervision of the whole business of manufacturing his instruments, and is enabled to turnout Piano-Fortes of uneqVaalled tone and durablauss. * ~ BRADBURY'S N...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

A Noblb Tribute to Valob.—The following is one of the most noble tributes to valor which we had the pleasure of p iutiug for many a day. Our readers will concur with us that it is deserved, as the gallant young Harrisburger to whom it refers has, on many other occasions, proven his mettle as a soldier and a man: Camp of 4th _Excsl«iob N. Y. _Vols., I Near Falmoutb, May 12, 1863. j Editor _Barriiburg Telegraph:—Having red an article in your paper some time ago in regard to the bravery and fighting qualities of Lieu tenant 0. B. Simmons, I will state that on the night of May 2d, when the Eleventh corps broke, our line, which was the second battle line, was ordered to advance, and upon coming on the rise of a hill which lay in our front, I saw a lieutenant with some five or six men fighting and keeping at bay a largely superior force; and as bur line advanced cp to where he was, I at once made inquiries as _$o who he was aud what regiment he belonged to. I was told it was Lieutenan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

_Nem 'Mmrtmmtnts THE STEAMS HIP GREAT EASTERN WALTEB PATON, Commander. 'VJLTILL be dispatched FROM LIVERPOOL. FROM MEW YORK. Saturday May 16 Saturday June 6 Tuesday June 30 Tuesiay Ju ly 21 And at the same regular intervals thereafter. First cibin from $95 to $136 Second cabin $70 Excursion Tickets out and back, in the first and second cabin only, a fare and a half. Servants accompanying passengers and children under twelve yean of age half fare. Infants free. Third cabin $50 Steerage, with superior accommodations... $30 All fares payable in Gold, or its equivalent in U. S. currency. Each passenger allowed twenty cubic feet of luggage. An experienced Surgeon on board. For passage apply to CHARLES A. WHITNEY, At the Office, 26 Broadway, New York. For freight apply to _Howland & Aspinwaix, Agents, mrl8 dtje9] 64 South st, New York.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

_Nmd _^tn)erti0£_ments Steam Weekly to Liven>ool. rpOUCHING at QUEENSTOWN, (Cobk Hab-J. bob.) The well known Steamers of the Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia Steamship Company, are Intended to fait as follows : Etna, Saturday, May 16 ; City of Washington, Saturday, May 23 ; City of New York, Saturday, May 30, and every succeeding Saturday, at Noon, from Pier 44, North Biver. bates of p assage, PATABLB IN GOLD, OB ITS ftJUIVALKNT IN CUB BKNOT. TIBOTOABIN, $80 OOSTKBAGB , $32 50 do to London , 85 00 do to London, 35 5G do to Paris, 95 00 do to Paris, 40 60 do to Hamburg, 90 00 do to Hamburg, 37 50 Passengers also forwarded to Harve, Bremen, Rotterdam, Antwerp, Ac, at equally low rate_\ Fares from Liverpool or Queen> _stown: 1st Cabin, $76, $86, $105. Steerage from Liverpool, $40. From _Queenestown , $30. Those who wieh to send for their friends can buy ti< kets here at th_^se rates. For fun her information apply at the Company's Offices. JOHN G. DALE, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

353 fiUBIA. MILLS. 355 353 and 355 Washington Street New York* City. GOVERNMEWT COFFEE. PUT up in tin foil pound papers, 48 hi a box, and in bulk. Our prices raage from 7 to 30 cents. We put up ' the following kinds: JAVA, MARAOAIBO, BIO AND VABIOUS OTHER BRANDS OF SOPEBIOB COFFEE. We believe our Coffee to be better than any ground Coffee now in use. All orders addressed to _ub, or to our agents, Messrs. Placb St Young, 182 Chambers Street, corner Washington Street, New York City, will receive prompt attention. The retail trade supplied by first class jobbing houses in the various cities. " TABEB & PLACE. WM. I. TABXR. CHAS. PLACI. N. B.—Trade Price List furnished upon application. decl8 d-3m-rdmr23

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

VEGETABLE OR GARDEN SEEDS 1 T7K7"fi have received for this season more than Vf our usual stock of FLO WEB SEEDS. Some choice varieties on hand. Also, Garden and Vegetable seeds of the best quality. KELLER'S DRUG STORE my4 91 Market street. DA HA A LBS. HAMS of all the choice cH/jV/V/V/ brands in market, _canvassed and uncanva8sed, at the very lowest price.— Every ham sold warranted, at NICHOLS & POWMAN'S, my4 Cor, front and Market ate. TTAMS, Dried Beef, Fish, Salt, in large or Xi small quantities to suit purchaseTS, fdrsale _Uwf by H_1CHOLS & BOWMAN, ap_'.'O Cor. Front and Market streets.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

valuable Furnace Property for Sale or to Bent. rTIH E undersigned will sell or rent Chester JL Furnace, _eitoate in Cromwell towns hip, Hunt ingdon county, Pa The Stack is well aud substantially built; there is also Ten Bank Houses in tolerable repair; there k an abundance of good wood that can be _purchased at from 16 to 25cents per cord, (wood leave,) within two miles of the stack, and abundance of good ore can be got from one to two *nd a half miles, at a reasonable price. The furnace is about ten miles from Mt. Union Btation, P. B. B., with a good public road leading to it. For further particulars, address SAMUEL WILSON, Spruce Creek, P. O., Huntingdon county, Pa. mr31-d3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

Look out fob Pickpockets ix _ih_* _lil.. ._^.-.--We warn our soldier friends who have just been paid off to look out for pickpockets at the Cir-(us this afternoon and evening. A gang of these scoundrels, from Baltimore and Philadelphia, aro now in the city, expecting to reap a rich harvest by picking the pockets of the soldiers. Look out, then, for the scoundrels.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

_Sjimal Notices PENNSYLVANIA MILITIA and Recruiting Claims, United States Pension, Bounty, Arreare of Pay, and _Subsistence _ClaimB_, &c., &c., made out and collected by EUGENE SNYDEB, Attcrtuyat-Lmo. Office: Third Street, _Harrislurg, Pa. [o27-ly

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

ED. tD. ®_ros» & €q D. W. GROSS & CO., WHOLESALE AHD RETAIL DRUGGISTS, NO. 19 MARKET STREET, HABRISBUBG, PA. DKU€I€H_^TS_| _BHYatOIANS, STOBB KEEPERS AND CONSUMERS. We are daily adding to our assortment of goods all such articles as are desirable, and 'would respectfully . call your attention to the large_^and best _BefectedJatoSkHn this city, of /:. . • .; \ " . •>/ ._ ' DRUGS, _CHEMIOALS _t PAINTS , i»8,Va»i8he3»hd Glues, ' \_, ..c JOyt_^gBi, Ql_^_ss and Putt_^, _' Artiflt_'B Colors and Tools, .. . _*cl ' . l >oreGroiindSpiceB, Burning FliAd and Alcohol, ' ' ' _< ¦ Laid, Sperm and Pine Oils, _Bottiet ' , _Yiala . and Lamp Globes, ' Castile Soap, Sponges and Corks, _. With a general variety of K ' PmFU_%_qj_$ $ _^ TOl_^BT _ARTICLES selected ' from the best manufactures . and Per-, sLl.1 • . > fomersof _Europe and thiscountry. _^ ... Being very large dealers In PAINTS, 'WHITE LEAD, JJNSEED OJJL, VA_^NT_^HES, WINDOW GLASS, ARTIS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

_JOHST WISE'S Confectionery & Fruit Store, THIBD 8TRKBT , NEAR WALNUT . ' ' Hmr&mr g, Fa. CONFEOTIONERY OF ALL KINDS ., ' ORANGES AND LEMOMS _, _PTNE APPLES , RANANNAb . . FRESH AND SALT FLU, And vegetables of all kinds, brought dinvt bom the eastern markete, twice a week, _na.t purebased under my personal supervision, tuun enabling me to seU a better and cherper artido thagany in the market. 1 _^tSTOrdenPrtom a dtetance atteuded u fwotaiptly, and goods delivered to any part o-FRESHf _^_NNfiD FRUIT constantly ou hand. vHvenit)a " call. ' b&b JOHN WISE. THJfiO; F. SOHlSFlfER , BOOK. AWD JOB PaifKTEIl NO. 18 MARKS1 SQABE, HABBISBURG. T>ABTIOULAB attention paid to Print! ds XT Jtalinigand _Ending of Railroad _Blanks Uuu%etB, _Poticiea, Checks, Drafts, &c CanL printed at $2. $8, $4, and $6 per tnousand >.l elegantstyle. j2o v - _' POSTAGE CURRENCY. TTTE'nave received an assortment of Wai -'f T lets adapted for carrying safely and con...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

Bcfiiuis _Caros _-lNIUUOLlS O k KBO K' «MA\ WrlOl.l-.-A! V. ASP RET AH . ii ii € , _COBBUL O¥ _JB._ONT iSD HARKE1 _rTHUTT, li_\. ELE6BUBO, PKKS&. OWING *o _k_*n ieman ;•» of _uur _bueiness, w_^ bare _enutged and _imfroved our storeroom and respectfully invite the attention of the .public to '>ur ext*""'"_* i_«a wrfl _selected stock of 6R0CERIE&, _PrlOflSlONS, FOREIGN AJiD DO ¦ K»TIC ?RUm_, CBD4R _ASD WILLOWWARi. We offer for sale STEWAUTS 4 _LOVEBIITS CHOICE SYRVH_, CUOICE _SYBUP8 AND MOLASSES, of all kinds WHITE AND BBOWN SUGARS, GREEN AND BLACK TEA, COFFEE, .SPICES, and FLAVORING EXTRACT. We keep on band all kinds of Country Pro duoe; _alao, ELOUB. FISH, 8ALT, HAMS, LARD, Ac. We call attontton to our large stock of a_^_- rtar _NON EXPLO8IVB ('OAL Olh_, oriwiualled in every respect by any in the tuar ket, together with al) kinds of COAL OIL _I_.AMPS, 8HADES, BOBNEBs_, ! And CHIMNEYS. QUESNSWABST AHI) _(_ILASSWARi; , of <-v- ry style, always on ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

GREAT DISCOVERY! KUNKEJL'S B4TTEE WINE OF IRON, r*_1 _ - -**crS-4? — "¥7K)R-the cure of _^ W &iS^^ THE STOMACH, and for all cases requiring a Tonic. This Wine includes the most agreeable and efficient Salt of Iron we possess ; Citrate of Magnetic Oxidecombined, with the most energetic of vegetable tonics, Yellow Peruvian Bark. The effect in many cases of debility, 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 muscular flabbiness, removes the palor of debiUt&j&nd gives Do you* want rom'e_^hingtOTsfeen gthen jowt Dp yon want a good appetite_^ • / \i-Do you want to build _^lp _* your'conijtitution_? Do you want to feel well ? : • *•' - Do you want to get rid of nervousness ? Do you want energy t __ Do you want to sleep well? ~ \ Do you want a brisk and vigorous feeling? If you do, by ¦ ! ' KUNKEL'S BITTER _WtNE OF IRON !{...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

_Ctiu0 of traotl Pennsylvania Rail Road MMER TIMS TABL FIVE TRAINS DAILY TO AND FROM PHILADELPHIA, .; ' ON AND ATTSa ! MONDAY, APRIL 20th. 1863,. 'TiHB Passenger Trains of the Pennsylvania JL Railroad Cpmpany will, depart from and arrive at Harrisburg and Philadelphia as follows: EA8TWARD. ¦ THROUGH EXPBES8 TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily at 2 00 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 6.10 a. m. FAST LINE leaves _HarriBbnrg daily (except Monday) at 6.45 a. m., and arrives at West Philadelphia at 9.65 a. m. Passengers take breakfast. at Lancaster. . WAY ACCOMMODATION, via Mount Joy, leaves Harrisburg at 7-00 a. ' m./_aftd anives_'at West Philadelphia at 12.26 p. m. FAST MAIL TRAIN leaves Harrisburg daily (except Sunday) at 1.00 p. m._> and _arrtvesiat West Philadelphia at 5 00 'p. tn. _aAREISBUEG AC00MM0DATI0N TRAI_^_, via Colombia, leaves HarriBbnrg at_>_4.00 p. ip., and arrives at West Plffladelpbia at_"9.30 p. tn. . _, 'c I«?.E8TJWABP ' BALTTMQRE EXPBESS ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

SUMMER TIME TABLE. ' THREE TRAINS DAILY ; • xo isa iron i . •' ' • •>• ¦ .. • AMD . ' : ' . | Washington City. ! Connections made with trains on _Pennslyva nia Railroad, to and from PittsbHrg and the _Wesfc..,. .. • "_: ¦ ; . ¦ \r: j TWO TRAINS DAILY to and from the North and West Branch Snsqnehanna, Elmira, _andkll of Northern New York. •..,- .- •,. .j Ci j ON and after MONDAY, APRIL 20th 1863, the Passenger Trains of the Northern Central Railway will arrive at and depart fr6m Harrisbnrg and Baltimore as follows, via: > MAIL TRAIN leaves Sunbury daily ' (except Sunday).. 10.10 A. M ¦• leaves Harrisbarg.. 1.16 P. M " > ' arrivesat Baltimore 6.86 P. |M EXPRESS TRAIN: leaves Sunbury - . : daily,(except San- - i : day)..;.i .11,07 P,jM " leaves Harrisbarg j (except Monday),. 2.00 A. ;M " arrives at Baltimore daily (except Monday).: 6.16 A. M HARRISBURG ACCOMMODATION VJ[ < leaves Harrisbarg 6,30 AI _;M NORTHWARD. MAIL TRAIN-le_^_veftBai timo_^edaUy _, _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

NEW lil ' -L ' _Wl Mil. riBK* TBAISS(_VlLI TO **W FORK, PHILADELPHIA. ON} 1 AND _3FTEB f MONDAY_/ APRIL 20th, 1862, the Passenger Trains will leave the Philadelphia and Reading Railroad Depot, at Harrisbnrg, foiCNe* York and Philadelphia , as follows, viz:, , * EASTWARD. /:: EXPRESS LINE leaves Harrisbarg at 2.16, A. M., on arrival _.Qf the Pennsylvania Railroad Express Train from the West, arriving in New York at 9.30 A. M., and at „ Philadelphia at 8.20 A. M... A sleeping car iisi attached to the train throughjfrom Pitteburg,_s?ithoot change. MAIL _TfiAIN leaves Harrisbarg at 8.00 A. M., arriving in New York at 6.30 . P. _M., and Philadelphla .at 1.50 P. M. FAST LINE leaves HarrisburJat 2.00 P. M., arriving_^nHNew York at 10,25j P i. M., and Philadelphia at-7<.00 P. M. _> - WESTWARD. FAST -EBTO leaves New York at 6:00 A. M., and Philadelphia 1*^8.16 A. M., arriving a Harrisbarg aS 1.16 P. M. - "HAIL _TRAlNleaven N_^w York at J2.00 noon, afijfcPJifladelpbia at 8.3...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

Gold Pens! Gold Pens [ irWA KRANTEDt_^ A _NOTHEBcnewassortmentof the well known JtV_. "Newton Pen", of all _sfies.-etyles_, apd in _jdlyer or gold holders, _^have ¦ just been receive_^ at the famous CHEAPBdOK STORE of '' ' ' GEO._^BERGNER; „ * 91 Market t it_^et Harrisbarg, Dec., 1862. MOLA SSES 8DGAB-A very nice lot of 8Ugarl from syrup, for sale low. by , ; nio_^ls&bowmAn _^ apSSO- Cor. Front and Market _jtreeta. Gold Pens! Gold Pens! «•• WARRANTED ,^! Has been openediat _SCHEFFERIS _BOOKSTORE , J9 f< 18 Market Street , Harrisbarg. B . J. HARRIS, ! J Tin and Sheet iron Ware Aanaiacturer, NO. XV _MAJWH , S1REE1, _HABEiaMUBO. HAS always on hand a _hiH assortment of Tin and Japanned Ware, |0orkinj ? and Parlor stoves of the best _manufacturiee , Gutter Spout ing, _Booong and GalVanized Iron Corniah, manufactufed and put up'_st _TeaaomUe _nrteK ' _0**Bepairing promptly attended _>to. - T > : , , .apr3ft-ly - CfiABDSl!—Wedding , Visiting, and _Bas...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

Juwttlldneotie. '"" TOILE_? _BiOTHBsV t?>VERY description or class of.Toilet _Bruhhea, JJJ and each claw in great variety of style, quality and price. We can furnish almost any article of Toilet Blush from common to extra tine, at a very _ieasonab!e price. The following list _oompriaea our stock of !-: t ods of this line now in store : HAIR BRUSHES,—For ladies, for gentlemen, for infante, for barbers, for soldiers, nar row for curling, abort handles, buffalo backs, inlaid, very hard, and very soft. CLOTH BRUSHES.—Handled, fine French, common, roach back, tourists, or soldiers' , dogroot. , - HAT BRUSHES.—Fine Frenck_, ordinary, tour: lets'. ' BONNET BRUSHES.— _Dogroot, broom corn. VELVET BRUSHES*—French sprigs, corn, dog-root. SHAVING BRU8HES.-_^Buffalo horn,ios8wood handles, of badger hair and b;ifltles, common,, metal and-screw handles. TQOTH BRUSHES.—American, Preach and English, ivory and buff handles, doable, tourist's in case,, badger hair, Russia _brittle very hard, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

1862. WINTER 1363 _ABBXKja _ _EMENT?l | CUMBERLAND VALLEY AND FRANKtIN _' - _ * __._^ _^ X_> ' _' ' ! _kJ'-KJUL' _S ' O._^&'S.. : CH ANGE OF _HOUBQ;^On and alter Monday, November 17_^.1862, Bawenger Trains will ran daily, as follows, (Sundays _TBxbepted I: For Chunberififtrfir and _Harriiboxg: ' " *'' A.M. " 4. MJ Ijeave Hagerstown. 7.00 2.46; 1 " Greenca_^tle .. :•.. ;•' ..._- . _- . ' 7.87 8.8S j Arrive at.i 8.17 4.2Q _, _Chambersborg.... 1 "' —-—J (Leaveat.. 8.30 12.65 Leaves Shippensburg ;¦ i &.00 1.28 41 Newville ...A9.82 2.00 •• Carlisle ...i... 10.10 2.42( (< - - _Mechanicsburg 10.42 8.12 Arrive at Harrisbarg .11.16' •' 8.40 for; _Chambersburg_; and _Hasentown: A. M. P.M. Leave HarriBburg............ 8.06 1.85 " Mechanicsburg 8.47 2.16 " Oarliale..... 9.27 2.65 . " NewvUle .10.02 _S.2S» "¦ _Shippensburg.. ..10 ' .88 u 4.60 Arrive at Ohamberfcbarg......11 .00 4.80 Leave _Chambersb, urg.._;..... .11.10 4.4Q _f? Qreencastle... ^;....;..11.65...

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