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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

_FREiOBT RBDUCEDlr HOWARD & HOI E "i«_n " i .vu-H j ' u _dm'>\ >m,*> . i > '• ' _Express co.'s

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

;, to _drricBHs and _solbims. _Cdlcction of Pcnsioni, _Watiw, Baek Pay . and Wat Claims. Officers'Fax Bolls, Muster Bolls, and Be' ' criiUlDg _Account Made Out.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

* - BGGK£T BIBLES. _^. _rULL _aMQrtpOO _Tt oi Pocket 8lbi*> 'W&&$B _4* mmPa&M» _sokiiaw, just r» »«_m «k BBBONSB'S _BOOKSTORE

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

/mTX+.A. *3\ - I ¦' •-;• _¦ - Ik. , , - Their Places to be Supplied by Penn-1 ' ' ¦ _s_^lvaBa_^ _ifliiltia; _^ r 3- ¦ > . _-¦¦•i,--: -v.\ WAsmHOtonMay Hi;-11 > t It, isYeportedJ»3 day tha_^ev_^_Ky available sol-• dler ' now.on detached service, in and aromd t WaehinfirtonVBaltimorte; and dn all the railroads ;» _^Vi_*_gfcfe?«a4_Mferyland f will be forwatdert - & Hooker'_s _t comman_^ and_^hek places supplied . by_.Penaeylyaiua, militia, which, it, ia said, IhaS r been tendered by Gov. Curlin. : il0M _jteASHlH(i!rp. !; <•>—- _~ \'-< All Soldiers oa Detached Service in Washington and: _Baltimore to b&Sentto Dook-: - ; • . ' "'M to'i Army. ' ' _- h _- - a: ' \J _^ FK0M HEW 0BL1ANS. - OPERATIONS Olf TffE _MISSISSIPPI CAPTURE OF GRAND GULP _AND PORT _dtB_^ON _GENERAL JBBI1KR80SS ifJAtAXKY Bill) Great _Consternation Among the _Secesli; k! I'.l_'i-_'' " C*. ru,( , o .11. ' i ~ *—~ > _'** Arrival of General _Griersoa at New...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

Mtintak BE. iQHNSON iiei:fflipAL HA S discovered'tne '_most certain, speedy and effectuaVrMedjes _' _iii the world for ! .,: _PISEASE_^ W _IMp._UDENlGfl| T f._> _BJPJSF1IN ' BIX TO TWiLVB_^_Ouia.V f 1' WN0, cM_^CUBT OB NOXIQ_^S DBTJ&S.._; ACwe -Warranted , or NoCKarge, in from One to iZfutiMxytri._^ :, ,- as \" _' ' Weakness of the Back, Affections dpi jthe KidfjeyV' 'and _BWdegT Involuntary_^ 'discfiaifesImpSrendy, _Mj_^ineral Debility, IJTer- , vousness_, Dyspepsia, LaBguor, Low _Spifitp , Confusion of • Ideas, Palpitation of jthe _Htart_, Timidity, iTremblingBDimness of S_^ht _bx Giddiness, * jjf^»e H)f the Head/ Thr pat, NY _se ot Skin. Affections of the Liver, Lungs, SkmachjsOr Bpwek _^ tho_^e- teraible disorders arising 'toM Me _^_ri&ry_^_febits of Youtti—their _viciims than the eong of Syrens to'the Mariners of _Ulyssesj blighting their most brilliant hopes or anticipations, rendering marriage. _Stc., impossible,1 " -_*- ¦«- «* r _ _' Especial...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

THi> IELEGEAPH 19 PUBLISHED ; MORNING AiW EVENING, \ By 6EOBG E BE B Q N E it Office Third Street , near WaMuLi t'i \ TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. _BINQLE _SUBSCRIEHqN. , ; T he Daily _TEUEGRAra is served to BubBcriT _Vst«-» in 'be _«'ity at 6 cents per week. _Yearly Euh_^_ribeiu will be charged $4 00 in advancje. Weekly Tblbqbaph. -:' - j ; ; - i ho _Tbleobaph is also published- w ' eeklyt_^nd farn_«s!i«d to subscribers at the following_^cash _rdttv : 1: ._'__T~l r«i _£_& Siai>lo copies, weekly... ' ...... ...,,$1 00 Ten opics_, to one8toffice.'ii...i; " .vtl .U9.00 Twenty " " ¦' ¦ _¦ ¦' _^ ¦ ._Vi;.V.Y 17.00 _Alvebtisino Rates.—The following 'lie |the :_stes <ox advertising in _theTEMOBAaraca Those b a v i l; a ad vertising to do will find it convenient for rcfereDce. ¦ i _t_%vJisl -_^ ba _= s> • _$ff Four lines or _lesa _cpnstitafea _bftft6 -_^ square. Eight lines or mo_^e than, -fpw, cqratitutus a square. _^ . " . ' ¦ ' ; i,ii ' ..i-i-'_^ S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

ffliBCtliantativ LIFE TNSUEANCj; The Qirard Life Insurance, Annuity and Trust Company oi Philadelphia, j ¦ ... ? _OFftCEJiO., 408 CHESlNmsifiEEVi _^CHABTEB PEBPETUAL.) ' < ¦ • j_'( Capita* _ASn _iAsskk. ... ' .. " .........'il ,543,J386 ¦ .. ¦:. -.! ' :THGMAS BIDGWAY, _President. JOHNF. JAMES, Secretary. ¦_= . ¦• >>¦ ; : j _jT\ ONTIN UE tp; make; _INSUBANOE _joil .\i>l -LlVES on the most _teasotlable_^_terms:' j :i They act as _Executors ' , Trustees and _Guardiane under last Wills, and as _Beceivers and 'Assign 3es The' capital' being1 paid : up- and inves ed, together with a large and constantly increaf ing reserved fund, _oflers:a perfect security to the insured. The premiums may be paid yearly, half y _:arly or _quattSerlyi \ ( 1 The _cbmpany add a BONUS periodically to the ' insurance_^ for life. The FIB_^T BONUS appropriated in December, 1844, tbe SECOND _BONIDS tn December; 1849, the THffiD BONU_^ in December, 1854, and the FOURTH BONUS m 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

FOR SALE. OAA BUSHELS prime-Potatoes. _AAjK) 200 LBS. Buckwheat Flour. '_, 800 ' bbls. ~ Prime, New York State Applep. "" Buckwheat and Wheat Flout, Corn, Oats, Feed, Dried Apples, Dried Peaches, Dried Blackberries, _Huckleberries, BaapbefrWs, Elderberries, ' &c. Choice sugar-cured Hams, Shouldere, Dried Beef, L_»rd, Mackerel, Codfish, &c. A prime lot 6f Oranges, Lemons) Figs, _Baians, Candies, Sugar, Coffee, Bice, Candles ' , prices, Tobacco, Segars, &c. ' "r A prime lot of _Swest Cidei just received. Pure Cider Vinegar. ' - For sale wholesale and retail, No. 100 Maiket street, Harrisburg, Pa. ' ' mr26 dly W. H. SIBEE& CO. J A. P. TEUPSER, TEA_05EE OF MUSIC _OnrtOB at WABD'S MUSIC STOBE, UN. ThirdSlreet. Residence: Third. Street; above North. n dl6-tf • LIQUID RENNET, T IQUDD BEN NEC yields with milk the most JLi luscious of all deserts for the table; the lightest and roost grateful diet for"invalids and children. Milk contains every element ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

ESTABLISHED 1 . 7 6J0 PETER LORIJLL,_4RD, | _. Sgoff and TobaoooJ Mantiiaoturer _s 1 J 16 & 18 CHAMBERS ST., • » . (Formerly 42 Chambers B_^ee^' New Ybrk[) ' _¦ 117'OULD call the attention of Dealers, *^ the _f _^ _BBOWN SNUFF. _^-< Macabpy, _ _Demigros, j FindJtappee, _. 0 Pate Virginia, j Coarse Bappee _^ Nacbitoches, ! . , American Gentleman, Copenhagen. 1 YELLO_^SNUFF. ll _i . ¦-•• •• fcotch, • High Toast Scotch, 1 ' IrishfHigh Toast, or Lundyfoot, ' . iU Honey Dew Scotch, ¦ _= Fresh Honey Dew Scotch, ¦ . • i' Fresh Scotch. | _IBf Attentidn is called _tojthe large Teduqtion h prices of Fine'-Outj ChewiHg _^ and Smokhig Cobaccos, which will be_^found of a Sdpfrior Juaiity. — ' -*!**< - - f* v , TOBACCO: _, _SMOKIHQ. ' \ Long, *~ S. Jago_, _* _to_$o . uiBjr_2 ? _eflSwfc. . . - _. v .No. 2, „ r Canister, Nos. l&_^mlxed, Turkish. Granulated. . _, ram cot okbwinq. ?_. A- In _i VV_~ T>f rif _w - _. _A _ _ * _^ _\ Cavendt&, ' or S_^e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

NEW QOOPS FOR Tp.TOILjETr White ?ond Lilly _Extract. ' _, . White Pond Lilly Toilet Water. ' White Pond.fciliy Hair Oil. White Pond Lilly Toilet Soap-. " Queen of Flowers Toilet Soap. j Queen of Flowers Hah? Oil. i Queen of . Flowers Toilet Watpr. The Union _Bouquet_^a, splendid perfume, dedicated _^ to the _' _jadiea of,the _United Stated_^ j These _excellent goods, neatly put ' up J and now having an extensive sale, w& offer <ni this community. _. ' . _, " . C. K. KELL_^B. ' A lot of fine_^pqmaturas, haij oils, fiae _sbaps, qo_^metics, &c, fresh from the, factories ; feciveJ _. at_/_the "Popular Emporium'; for Toiletjarti _cle ; , . KELLEB'S Drugstore __my4 > ._j.Ul - f, _, 91 Maiket street. u P_^N'L A. MUENfiH_; _AaEM f. /_TvF the Old ' Wallowjer line, respectfully in-VJ forms the public that this Old Daily Ttansportatipn Line, (the only Wallower Line now in existence in this city,) is in successful operation and prepared to _capy freight as low ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

iHistcUattw_^f. jl COBNEB _OFJ S .j HIAKKETST AND _MABipT _SdUARE_, EARBISBTOGb PA. j iOHKl'H I. _McCLEtUN, PK0PBIEI0R. _yRBCSKECT OOHDUCTJED BY _WELM OOVHKLT. I i _^h is is a First Class Hotel, and located id the central par}; of the city. ¦ . Jt isJfe_^pt in the beJBt manner, and its patrons " will (&m 'eveiy acepjamodation to be met with in the best hone asln the _confitry. :;>!:; _se30-atf " U-1TED STATES HOT£_ii.u-f H_^_l itted w and i _Senovatp di L. W. TEN tiYCKj _Pkopbibtok. ; _\ _ri_^Hl_^ popular and . commodious Hotel has J b_; on newly refitted and futnifihed throughout it* parlors and chambers, and is now ready for tut" reception ol guests, for _the> _^nter >¦ _^ Wi _^_j x, i Beason. _ . _;-v -• 'J _. . _^j iho _traveling public ' _yffttt find the _IM_^ _S _taUt UoULthe most convenient in all _partJctiT _lara, oi any Hotel in the _Spajte Capita!, oi| account of its access to thejcmlroed, being immediutely between the. twp_^gte at depo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

IXm Qtotxtiztmtals. w-_^*^^ BSf _$SEB _PfflS_^LPHIA, Locknayen, Jersey Shore _^ _Williamsport, Muncy, Uniontown, _Watiootown, Milton, LefwisbwgjNorthniaberiaiid, Snnbnry, Tmcrton, GeorgetdWQ t ' LyKcirttown, Miller»bnfff • _, fJtolitox, Dauphin !_, AND HARRIS BTJRQi rhfe PMkdelphia Depot beir _ife centrally located the; _drayagfr Will be sat-the lowest _rates_^: The Condjictori_^_Qea_; thrpugh; with each train! to attend to the Bafe delivery of aUgoods intrusted to-the line, fipodsdelivered _^ atthed ' epo ' tot P_^ED,,_W _ABlT& TBllED, 8ll Marketstrfeefc Philadelphia, by 6 o_'clock P. M., will be deliv ered in _Harrisburg' _theMeit morning. ' ¦ _> j Freight Always as _LoWas By' Any Other ' !il , line. ' ' ' ' JOSEPH MONTGOMEfiT, J . Philadelp hia _. and-Bfla_'dtagDejlot , ! ect21-tf] Foot of Market Street, 'jHarrfeburg.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

' IiA._TJS _SOlTTt H_£RBr WAR NEWS. ¦ BSBBI. SBCOBTS »£OM _BBAGO.; ¦ '' Washisotos , May 16. The Richmond Enquirer of the 14th contains the following dispatches: _t Chattanooga, May 12.—There ia nothing stirring m front. TmtAHOHA, May 12.-_^8oou tg from the front to-day report the removal of the enemy's heavy baggage and tents to the rear of Nashville. CHAtTAROOCFA_, May 11.—All is quiet in front and* there is no _prospectfof a battle. to organize a force of 6,000 _Tennesseeans an i .0 _^ 000 niggers.. ' Bob Johnson, son of Andy, Has1 been _promoted to a Brigadier. . Ex-Governoc Neil- 8. Biown has come thrqugh the lines iiom Nashville, and is now at Pulaski. _j ' The _Bidimond Enquirer says that five or six _<_ranpports landed Federal troops at West Point, Va_"._^on- the 13th,.-who are throwing up entrenchments across the Point from tbe Mattappny to.theJPamunky river. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

_General _Soolcer _' a Order. Hbabqoabtbbs Abmt of _ibb Potomac, / Camp hsak _Falmodte, Ya., May 12, '63. \ General Order* No. 60.—The Major General _Commanding desires to express 'to the ' troops leaving this _atiny, by'Reason of the expiration of their term_^of service, his appreciation of their efforts and devotion. : The records of their deeds, while it will ' prove a proud recollection in future 'days, will live in history; and rh the memory of their comndes who still continue_^to serve their country and its cause in the honorable , , and glorious profes sion of arms. The Majoi General Commanding directs that copies of this order be furnished to each regiment that has left or, ia about to leave the army, and he desires that the same be promulgated to the troops, with his best * wishes for their welfare. ¦May the same spirit* which prompted them to respond to the call of doty and honor remain forever in their hearts, and be transmitted, as a proud legacy, to their descendant...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

FROM FORTRESS MONROE Fobtbsss MohboI, May 15. This morning the _Bteamers S. B. Spaulding, reorgia and Belvidejre arrived from City 1'oiul nth about three _thqussnd exchanged prisoners, ucluding Gen _' .'Hays_^aMd several other officers. _ibout lour, thousand other prisoners, are ei-«p{ed to rarrive withui the next twepty-foui Lours. This Wlfl leave Richmond entirely clear _^ allTTnibh prisoners.' _" i11 ' _v JEBCL _AdOOtma OT OI_^^Ut'tttUBT _'s _MOraSTBNTO Jackson, May 11 ' .—One thousand of General Irarit's cavalry entered and'burned Crystal ptiogs, on the New ".Orleans raikoad, to-day ai 2 o'clock. . [8KCOHD DISPATCH.]- Jackson, May 11.—The enemy are fortifying t Bock Springs and Western _Springe. ' General teterbauS'is' _atf Cayuga with one hundred and fly cavalry and six or seyen regiments of inwtry. The enemy are reinforcing at 'Willow prings and Bock Springs from the river. Grant rill probably advance east, and not direct to icksburg. The enemy's fleet above the city I i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

>unded and left in the hands of ¦ the enemy i'ey crossed tbe Amite river on the morn g of the' 1st inst., ten. miles from _kton _Eonge, eaptured a rebel cavalry picket oi _tteeti men and horses; burned Capty Wether _s*8 house, captured his horses, and then rode to Baton Rouge lookingrough, but in good hdltion. *.'¦•.'¦:• Every railroad in Mississippi has been cut bj em.; They Have supplied themselves with _ish _hdrees on the route, and brought in over _^ contr abands1 on horses, and nearly all oi 9 latter also leading- horses. Fhe _Ifat of the 6th gives the particulara of B burning of the U. & eftoop of war Preble at nsaoola, April 27th. _i;he took fire accidently irW_' fth open light being carried into the store _im. _AlLhands were saved. _Fhe Preble, after burning a number of hours, jw up with a terrific j explosion. The 17. B. nboat_^Kanawba had captured two ecbooneiB d drove another aBhore-jn _Poidido inlet; all re blockade runners, ;«_nd one named the gle had m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

TJie Raid in _Loudou County Denied. Washingxon, May 16. There is no truth in the alledged, threatening movement of Moeby's rebel cavalry in Lou loua county, Virginia. They number but 150 men, and no raid on *he Baltimore and Ohio or any other railroad, is or mdced _possible. t h ¦ '_^>» " MABKET_5 BY TELEGRAPH. Nkw York, May 18. Cotton quiet—gales of 350 bales at 59@60o.; _flcrar heavy '_^-11,000 barrels sold at a decline of &0<_ai&j.; State $5 60@$5, 75; Ohio $6 60_® $6 70; Southern $t> 7O@$7 10. Wheat 3c. lower—sales of 180,000 bushels at $1 23@ $1 42 from Chicago spring; $1 35@$1 40 lor MHwaukie club; -$1 46@$1 52 for red. Corn declified—40,000 _bnsheld sold at 78@80; yellow 78@81c_, Mess pork, old, easier; new steady; lard firm. _Whifiky dull. _Groceries unchanged.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

¦ *«^» ——Large Fire at'tteatUng, Fa. Rbadiko, May 16. About 4 o'clock-this afternoon a fire broke out in. tbe foundry and scale works of Moore & Dehart, situate on Cherry alley below Fourth. The flames extending to and consumed four gmall'dwelliogs and several fram» stables, tbe sparks from the latter fell on the roofs of dwellings on Washington street and set fite to and burnt out five more dwellings with a great part of their contents. It Was feared at one time that our city would suffer to a great extent owing to the high wind which was prevailing at tne time. The loss amounted to about $50, - 000 dollars.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

THE UNDEBSIGNED would _respeci_^ufly, invite your attention to * ms well _selected Btock of Fine Gold and S_^verj-WAICHES, _Fine Gold JEWELBY, and - every k\nd and _yariety pf " styles—Hcomp ' romising all_, of _tha ' _newst and most btautiftdldesigTis. ' ~ * 1 Also, _Soljd _SILVJEBWARE, equal toOoin, jand the best make-of Silver Plated Ware. Ea ' cbj article is warranted I to be <as represented^*.. -^^?WafcheB. and Jewelry carefullyVe|» red arMifiatisfaction guaranteed, _S: u '_»' ' ' ' JACOB _TTAHTffig_, ,. 1 \w ,, »- '. {Suocesaor to Staufer_. if -iHprley,] i23-3m] _, No. 622 _Ma_^et Streett/ _EhiladelpTiia.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

SMITH & SWING, ) _ATSO8SEY S-A T-L AJW _, OttICE _THIRV ' _STREET, j liEAB MARKET, HABRIgBUBU, PEi_^'A, \tj ILL attend to the '.Collection of Bqurity Vf _iloney, I_'ennsionE and arrears _ef Pay. _gg| " lhe widow or other heirs of any soldier _^ who tuay die L-y disease,or be killed while in tu? _iUnited States _eeryice_, ia entitled to'$-1,00 be u off money,,pensipn,an4jaUpr«ars of pay <ol d_^c a_«e<i _eoljdiei? . ¦ * "*'[mylOy-rd-dlO t. <

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