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

LATER FROM MEXICO The French Have Posscion of One-Half of Pnebl_^f _^ EEPOETED EEPULSE _UJRTEUB. - • • • «¦» _Nkw Yobk_, Ma y 3 The French steam transport Allier, from Vera Cruz, with dates to the 22d ult_*, has arrived.-_^- Her commander reports that dispatches had been received from General Forey statins that the siege of Tuebla was progressing, and-that the French troops were. then, in _possessioa of Ihe-half of the city. He . also, states that the reported repulse ot .the.French was entirely untrue. !¦ " . • ; - ¦¦ : " . ''*" .; . ¦ The Allier is four, thousand tons burden and carries six guns. . ANOTHMtt SKPOST OF THK _OAFTUEB OF VVKBLA. New York, May 3.—The ._JSew Orleans Bee, received by steamer to-day, learns from a passenger by the . Columbia, from Havana, that Puebla had been occupied by the French, Gen. Ortego h_*ying capitulated. [The same Havana dates _recjeiygd here s_^y nothing of this.] ;

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

Operations on the Nansemenu, ——<••—- - -. Fight with a Detaohment of the fnemy. Capture of Hebel BifLe Fits and Prisoners. • • ¦ _>m- ¦ . ' . , _Sdctolk, Va,, May 3, 1_§63., This morning at nine o'clock Genera l Feck sent a force of infantry, cavalry and artillery across the _Naogemond river oa a _reconnoissailcB When two miles out they charged upon and took the enpmy_'_s rifle pits and some prisoners. OarloBS was 6mall, and the .enemy's much greater. The charge was made by the..Thirteenth New Hampshire and the. Eighty-ninth _NewsYork. : : _Sprmisliing has been kept up all day_.

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

' The Fixate Alabama Spoken* _^ The French Again Bepulsed-, . _" ¦ : ' » " \ ' ' ' ' '" N» w York, May 4. The steamer Boanoke..from Havana, on the 27th ult, arrived at this port this morning. The brig Holland which arrived from 8% Jago on the 20th, _reports that on the 19th _inst she was * spoken by the pirate Alabama, which steered westerly. Vtra Cruz dates of the 17th ult.state that Puebla up to that timeh_^d not bee n ta ken by the French. Three attacks on Fort St. Xavier have been made, and the French were repulsed each time, when the Mexicans abandoned it. The gunboat Vanderbilt sailed from St. Jago on the 25th. -v The rebels steamer General Buckner and _schorner Helen A , both from Mobile with cotton, arrived at Havana on the 27th.

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

, < i , ) LATER FROM EUBOPE. <•» ¦ Arrival of the Steamship £tna. ¦ ¦' .' _; ' , ' ;• «i . Sandy Hook, May 4 ' . The steamship Etna, from tiverpool on the 22d_, via _Queenstown on the 23d _inst., arrived off this point this morning. Her dates are four days ' later than those already to baud. I The British Government had ordered tbe gunboat Alexandria to " btf detained at Liverpool.— Her owners andbullders have been summoned to appear before-a magistrate and have a hearing of the _cuee. The proceedings of Admiral _Wilkes were causing _increased irritation io England. It is also _reported that Napoleon had become ofteuded at the course of the Federal Government, and intended to recall Count Mercier from Washington, but the authority is dubious.

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

THE EEOENT BEBEL BMD ¦ _¦ The Baltimore and Ohio Railroad Bridges at Fairmont and Cheat Biver Not Destroyed. Road In Banning Order Clear Through to Wheeling:, Ac. : ' -~_+_~ Washisgtos, May 8, 186S. ' The repotted destruction of the Cheat _iBiyer and Fairmont bridges, on the Baltimore acd OWo Balroad, by the recent rebel raid, is untrue. ¦ -.... Mr. Edmunds, the passenger agent of that company and Western roads, announces that the trains will commence running through from Baltimore to Wheeling to-morrow, the damages, which were slight, havintr been repaired.

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

"MARKETS BY _TELfiOHAPH i Hti-_^riJunuA, ..<yi_. • ili-io ; . _"_* !•')' i" L,_tU _rhi fi'i _ug dfiiriud in tioui-Ai.donlv »> few tjundre-.l t' la sold at $5 _?lh(i . 6 T'i f_' .r su i evnue, SO ou for xtra iuuuly. Small _s_^_s _uf rye flour ut $5 00(^ 25. i_\m _change \n corn _ite 1. Au active _inquiry bud spniug up for fchv_^t, ;«ud 15;0: 0 bush. r_.d sold at §1 L'S@l 7U r_«r _h:_^ln-l : white range* from SI 75 to 1 90. Smail _s.:ies c«f rye at _fl Oti. Com is iu good (ieiuand, an i 5,000 bush _yellosr ai 90- . 600 _bueh. white at 91c, and some dam aged at 88c. 2,000 bush, oats sold at 80c. weight. Coffee is firm : a _cjrj?o of 1,000 bags Bio is the only lot in first hands ; small _salea tf La'Vuayra' at 83c. Provisions steady ; sales of mew pork at $15 ( 0@15 80, and 200 tierces hamsio pickle at 8Jc. Lard is steady at 10_£ for barrel_^ and 12c »or _krgs. Whisky ia firmer »„!„„ Af Pdnrev1vn.nia and Ohio barrels at 46c.

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

SILAS WARD AGENT FOB STEIN WAY'S UNRIVALLED PIANOS, Princes _MelodeoDS &o.. VIOLINS, GUITABS, FLUTES, FIFES, AO OORDEONS, DRUMS AND MUSICAL MERCHANjWSE Of every kind* HOWE'S SEWING MAI'EIIXE*, PORTRAIT FRAMES, laurge Pier and _Dlantle Mirroi * Photograph Frames and Albams. at the New Music Store of SILAS WAKD, No. 12 North Third Street , above _Market. augl4-dly

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

<J\JaJ\J\J br.._tuls ia muktt, c.-.v-s ¦ ' and uncanva.-se."i, at the very ;«-,w. s- t :uo. Every haw told warrant, d, at NICHOLS A OW'iLVN -. my4 Cor. Fruut aiH Markut _>J._> " nOTI E NOTICE is hereby given that l._rtt.-r_« of , ministration were this _ilay i-sm. _»_1 to tu subscribers, on the est»te of Diniel H.iin, !:-.<• of Middle Paxtou township, Duii-hin _ivunu deceased. All creditors of s-ti«l • sti-tf will piseut their claims, aud those imkbt • i m.k. n. mediat.' payment. DA NI Eli TO !¦' Fi: N _B K_». G_1JI JOSEPH CRU.Vi . i_\duiiiii->_tiatt>_tri Middle PaxtoD.Anrii 25th, 1863. m\2J v. ¦

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

ARRIVAL OF REBEL PRISONERS FROM WASHINGTON _$Mt 1 | ttprji • • WASHINGTON, May 4. Three hundred atid thirty-nine rebel prisoners were brought fo the city to-day, including one Colonel, one Lieut. Colonel, _:a Major and forty other offic-Ms. This makes a total of six hundred since Saturday. ' The Postmaster General has issued an order to discontinue the distributing duties at the post offices at Columbus and Toledo, Ohio, and at Dubuaue. Iowa. 'k *

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

- .... ST. bpois, May.4. Advices from Capa Girardeau state that the rebels' undar Marma.duke_, after having their rear assailed twice and suffering sey_ere loss, fioally_.eBcaped across the White _Walffr river, burning all the b idges behind them and disappearing: .by the various roads in the direction of Chalk,Blui_$_j, on.the Arkansas line, i |( H 1 The result of th_^raid _^ fo the enemy isVepeated _humiliations, _dlBasters, and a cowardly flight before greatly inferior numbers. . : •>¦ ' - • '• _• •• ' • ¦ '-' --^¦ ¦ •^ • - ¦ ' - - - -_^ ¦ ; , ; . _. f

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

Rebel _Priionera Released,, , ¦ FOKTW588 MONBOE_, Mayr 4;( The flag of truce steamer, State of Maine , and Express left thismorn ing for City Point in charge of Capt. JohntE. Mulfori,TJfilrd New Yoikinfaatry, _^_M 6K\^ni"Biigraen. Churchill and 600. pth_^r reb_^i; officers and 40O _priBoners, blockade runners, &c.,! includiog Mrs' .'SemmQs and family, wife of the notorious rebel pirate and _Zaeona the French lady.

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

CAPTURE OF THE PIRATE _BETRIBUmN Nbw Bbdfobd, May-3. Tbe:brig I_^jmidaB reports that she wa&cha|ed into San Domingo by the pirat& _Betribu_^iori , which wafted thtee days ' off that port for the _Leooidas., On the fourth day the United States gunboat ' Alal)ama' came._dbwn and captured /{jhfe Retribution. When last seen the Alabama'hiad the_.pSr_^fo in tawV -.. ' * ' ' (f

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

_4|f gailg _Cflegrapf , _fcjlZEWmnrw | , , ¦ _« ii AKB.1_H _HTJ hQt PA. _Aionday Evening, May 4, 1663.

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

bottle, six bottles for $5 Principal depot WING'S DBUG STOBE, 280 Baltimore street, Baltimore. For sale in _Harrisburg by . W GBO8S & CO.. DrueeiBta. [apl7-lm«»

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

FROM MISSOURI RETREAT OF MARMADDKE'S FORCES.

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

I. A D IE 3' L. I a _T . A sKiij- _- _, Mm Mary McWilliams,MiHErnrjaa JBaker, ilrs Mary Madeem, MissSalinda A Baum, Miss S&rah Mitchell, Miss Ellie Bell, Miss Elizabeth _Mchen, Mrs Elizabeth Black, Mrs _JLannah Martin, Mis Susan Bizan, Mrs Elizabeth Meredith, Mary T Bickford_, Miss E_, 2 Maguire, Miss Eliza Jane Black, Mrs Joahana Ma_^er, Miss Martha Boyd, Mrs Agoess Ann Mnry, Mrs Bachael M Boyd, Mrs Ann Momma, Miss Anna Brady, Miss Emma NaDgle, Mrs Mary J Britton, Miss Anna G _Nisley_* Miss Frances A _Byrna, Mrs Catharne ' Newbaker, Miss Mary Bury, Mrs Jane Orendorf, Miss Mary E Buchannan , Miss M W Odonnetl, Miss Ellen Burkley, Mrs _ChristianaPiSsa, Miss Susannah _Cfouse_, MrsL Pette, Mrs Elmira Cox, Mrs Christian Parker, Mies Saliie Camnon, Mies Mary A Pickle, Miss Catharine Crown, Mrs _Catharin _Pladden, _MIbs Mary Crist, Miss Elley Prime, Mrs Maria • Crumb, — Barbary _Piise, Mrs Matian Conors, Miss Mary Price, Mies Jennie Cornealy, Miss Mary J _Ruuch, Mies Caroline 2 ...

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

O*woiAi.r-The following is a list of the appointments made, respectively by the Suiveyor General, Auditor General, and State Treasurer, inducted into office to-day. Sprvsyob General.—The Surveyor General , Mr. Barr, assumed the duties of his office today, and made the following appointments : Chief Clerk—Thomas J. Behrer; Assistants T. Brooks, _JSIeadville, — Cooper, Chambereburg. We have not been able to learn the names of the others. "">....• . ,. Auditor Gemsrax.— The Auditor General Mr. Slenker, took the oath of offiopihia tnorning and made the following_.appointmente , viz: ffi_^f Cfci-Wi Q. Wallace. • . Auistanls—J. M. Foster and Chas. Conner. The others have not been _announced. Mr. Wallace has occupied the poetion of chief clerk for a number of years past and discharged his duties faithfully. He is fully acquainted with the duties and papers of the office , and we have no doubt will represent the interest of the Staf_» faithfully hereafter as he has done heretofor...

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

IMPORTANT JfACTS 1 NO CLOTHES WRINGER can be durable without the oog-wbeel regulators. No Wringer has them but tho Universal Clothes Wringer, which can also be adjusted to any thickness of clothes_^ and has no rubber pressure bands to stretch and become looseas some wringers have. " The _iert is _alwayB the cheapest." 1 - Machines furnished on trial by GEO. W. PABSONS _, apl8-3taw2w 110 Market street. _LIQttOBS. * _TXTE have on band _.a very. surferior aelectiod _VsV of WINES, _BBAlfDlte and FINE LIQUORS, of every description. _BRANDItiS of the choicest brands and via' tages. - . ¦ .; • , ¦ ' ,-";,;" WINES of ev_,ery variety and of the_^ _unest quality. ST. CBUZ RUM. HOLLAN»GIISr. IRISH, SCOTCH, EYE and BOURBON whisky;champagnescotch ale, brown stout, cordials, &c. Also, a NATIVE WINE, manufactured from the domestic grape, which is a splendid article, sad ire know it to be pure. _apl4 _. WM. DOCK, Jb,, &CO. _, dieiebrougli & Pearson, P BO V181 ON DEALER...

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

Beturh of the First Car Zouaves.—mis splendid body of men, the pride and pet* of the people of Hafribburg, returned to-day, from the Army of the Potomac, their term of service having expired. They were received at the railroad depot by a large body of their friends, and after parading through our principal streets, receiving and returning the congratulations of our fellow citizens, they marched to their headquarters in Walnut street, where they were dismissed. They will remain in quarters until the regiment to which they are attached returns. Their quarters have been fixed at Camp Curtin until they are mustered out of service. isB 11 » ie1 B_< Jf i.8* 11 3- D '" , i: The Dauphin County Kkqimeot.—W e learn, unofficially, that the 127th Beg P: V., will return to-morrow, and that on its arrival in this city it will be placed on Provost Guard duty, to serve until the troops which are to be mastered out in this city shall hav_? been forwarded to their respective homes; Jfcthis...

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

A Late Caud on JLom _ihumb 'and his jladt.— _TThe appearance of Gen. Tom Thumb and his •wife, (Mr. and Mrs. Charles Stratton,) in this _<ity, on Satuiday afternoon and evening, produced a sensation among the population of Harrisburg, such as could not be created by the presence of any other lady and gentleman, in the United States. Brant's H »11, on both occajsions, was literally jammed. The window _eille, the aisles, every possible place for sitting or Standing on the floor, on the stage , in the orchestra, orchestra and private boxes, were not only crowded but completely overflowed Hundreds were turned away, unable to get admit- ' 4*mce to the hall. Ainobs: those who were thus deprived of getting a sight at the Lilliputian pair, were several of the guests at the Jones House, men of staid habits, not given, to " shows, " but still controlled by a natural curiosity to see what is reported to be norel and curious. Thumb and lady also stopped at the Jones House, where the a...

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