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

I * 5J: J *1 ™? _^ ?! r_^ _ir. _™, _rt] *" ; ( . ££ rr hx p_^ ° I_^HE PDBLTC aie cautioned against the . SPURIOUS _articlea of LYE for making SOAP, Ac, now offered for sale. The on»y GENUINE and PATENTED Lye is that made by the PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY, tbeir trademark for it being "SaPONIFIER, OR CONCENTRATED LYK.'' The great SUCCESS of this article has led UNPRINCIPLED PARTIES to endeavor to IMITATE it, in violation of the Company's PATENTS. All MANUFACTURERS, BUYERS or SELLBliS of these SPURIOUS Lyes, are hereby NOTIFIED that the COMPANY have employed -as their ATTOBNEY8, GEORGE HARDING, Esq., of Phila., and WILLIAM BAKBWELL, _Esq _, of PitUburg. And that all MANUFACTURERS, USERS, OB SELLERS of Lye, io violation of the rights of tbe Company, will be PBOiEGUTED at once. The SAPONIFIES, or CONCENTRATED LYK, is for sale by all _DsrjGGiars , Groobbs and _firttrvmir _Rm&Kt. n _j *,_". Zrf Z* |^ ~j TAKE _HUTIUJS. i The United States Cihcmt _tJoxra_^.Western D...

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

11 A H it 1 _> B U B G , 1* A . Monitor K¥_«_-!»Uiri, _%_*¥ 4» 1S6a TOWN AND GOUNTiiY Local i;cma were very scarce to day. mere ¦_W,..- :>b.-olutely nothing doing as a matter of fact _won by of being diguined or recognize 1 by a placy iu l ur columns. A Tender Love _Epistie.—In one of the boxes of cartridges sent from the Allegheny Arsenal, distributed to iheeoldicrs at Wheeling, on Wednesday morning _Inst, was a note informing the it cipieat of the box that "the arsenals girls is •well at present, and send their love to you and all tho rtst of the solgers." The missive was Signed by two of the aforesaid "arsenal girls." ¦¦> * Something of the ravages of _tfar may be gleaned from a fact which we learned from an officer of one of the New York two years' regiments, who was in this city yesterday, en route for his home. He stated that these regiments in all, comprise thirty-eight organiaations; that ¦wh en they entered the service, they were all full, but...

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

Mraicms that Cuke.—One of the special peculiarities of Dr. Ayer's preparations is, that they accomplish what is promised for them.— Who, in this community, doea not know that of all the cough remedies the Chehrt Pectoral is by far the best ? Who that ever uses pills but will tell you _Acer's Pills are at once the mildest, the most searching, most effectual of all ? Did anybody ever hear of his Agdb Cube failing in a _fcingle case ?. Not an _icstauee jhas been found where lever and Ague has resisted the faithful trial of it. This may seem a bold assertion, but wo are assured it is true._rH And still more important are the effects of _nta alterative called Exteact of _SARSAPAKiMiA. One after another, patients come forth from their leprosy, cleaned and purified into health, fay this witchery of medico-chemical skill.— Saturated with the accumulated rottenness of years and poisoned by the corruption of their own blood, they could only live to suffer. This Blaster combination, purgin...

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

These Confections, while they are a powerful specific against worms, are mild aod harmless Prepared, wholesale and retail, only by S A-KUNKEL, ap7 Apothecary. 118 Market street. auto fttoertigemeuts. _^Rf_%-.. VEGETABLE VLRMIPUGE _JSSIj S_^ CONFECTIONS Beware of Counterfeits and Bate Initiations. I 'HE great popularity of Kunkel_'_s Vegetal I Vermifuge Coufections, from its reliabk efficacy in expelling worms from the humai system , and its agreeable taste and _pleaaani form, inducing children to eat it with a relisb a quality that no other worm medicine _evei possessed, has induced several unprincipled per sons to get up base imitations of this valuabh article. 1 therefore cau-ipn all persons to be ware of those vile compounds, fur they w.l produce great irritation in the system, term! bating in violent _spasms and death. U6e onlj Kunkel ' 8, wbicb is the original and only trolj Vegetable Vermifuge Confection , being pertect ly safe in its action, producing no unpleasant fcftec...

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

T H E B E S T ; PAMIL¥ SEWING MACHINE, IB _i WHEELER AND WILSON'S. _VTEW OFFICE Market Square, next door to i._^1 Colder" s office. Call and see them in operation. A general assortment of machines and needles constantly on hand. Miea Margaret Hlney will exhibit and sell them, and also do all kinds.of machine sewing on the»B machines in tbe best manner. _* The patronage of the pnblio is respectfully solicited. aprll-d6m HAMS!!! QC\ f\_f\r\ LBS—Composed of the _<&\J9 \J\J\J following brands, _jost received: _NxwB0U> ' e, _celebrated. New Jsbset, selected. Evahs AMD 8wht _* 8, super ior. _Miohuub'_s Exoklsior, canvassed. MionifSB' _s Exoxisiob_, not enemvawd Ikob Cirr, canvassed. > Ibok Cut, not _aatoassed. * , _, Plain Hams, OrieOy prim. . CoirsTBY _Hahb, very fine. ¦ Each bam sold will be guaranteed as represented. WM. DOCK. Jr.. & CO.

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

_Qpenai _Notutff We have taken over on the 1st of April the balance of goods •bought of Mr. Boger, to our own store, where we will continue to " sell the balance left at very low prices, until the whole are Bold. Among those goods are 1,000 yards remnants, delaine and calico, 16, _l8tad20cente. f. 500 yards remnants, lawns and other dress goods, 16, 18 arid 20 cents. ' . 200 yards of barege and lustre, 20 and 25 cents. 1000 yards " of linen crash, 16, 18 and 20 cents. 100 yards of brown and grey cloth for summer coats. 1,000 yards of linen, cotton and wool pants stuflcheap. 300 dozen of the very best spool cotton, white B.nrl r-Alnreri 16 11 je 16 5_» 88 8 - i0 a" .te ..w 1.000 papers of the very best of Smiths' needles, 5 cts. a paper; also stockings, gloves pocket handkerchiefs ,-hoop skirts, all-kinds of combs, patent thread, tapes, socks, either, by the dozen or piece. We have also on baud yet about 10 pieces of CABPET, which .we. will sell at 75 cents per yard. t 20 pie...

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

No Arrests of _SprernjAWSTs.—a paragrapn appeared in the Tory Organ of _Saturday, copied from the Burlington (Iowa) Argus, which makes A statement that the present proprietors of the Tory Organ knew to be false when they adopted it. The Argus _saja that this Government is controlled by fpiiituaiits, and that in all the arresis made by the War office, not a Single spiritualist was among the number. Will Dr. Barr enlighten us ou this subject f From TDhaf w» im-p-A _lipfur] «e are led to believe that -ihe disciples of spmtualism occasionally meet at h:5 house, and if we are not mistaken one of the _present proprietors of the lory Organ, arrested some months since by order of the War Department, ia himself a spiritualist. Instead Of printing the extract from the Burlington Argus without comment, the Tory Organ should have confessed its spiritualism, and informed the public of Iowa that notwithstanding even this spiritualism, it was not exempted from arrest when supposed to be guilty...

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

nj _ri ~ _l o , _„ Steam Weekly to Liverpool, rpOUCHING at QUEENSTOWN, (Cobk Hak-JL bos.) The well known Steamers of the Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia Steamship Company; are Intended to sail as follows : ' - City of Manchester, Saturday, May 9; Etna! Saturday, May 16 ; City* of Washington, Sat urdav. Mav 23. < • ' a. a. j , o _ZL 5, Z rates of passage, PAYABLE HI GOLD; OB US, «QBIVALBNT IN (JOB r - KBKOT. . HB8T CABIN, $80 00 8_HDJBAOS , $32 50 do to London, 86 00 do to London, 35 50 do to Paris, 95 00 do to Paris, 40 50 do to Hamburg, 90 00 do to Hamburg, 37 50 _Pasgengers also forwarded to . Harve_, Bremen, Rotterdam, Antwerp, &)., at equally low rates. Fares from Liverpool or Qaeeneatown: 1st Cabin, $75, $85, $105, Steerage, from, * liverpool, $40. From _Queenetstown , $_^0. _^ Those who _wiehlto send for their Mends can buy tickata hAm at _fhoOA _mfAQ n, For further information apply at the Compa ny's Offices. JOHN G. DALE, Agent, 1§ Broadway, K. Y. ...

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

Hope for the Afflicted. From the frequent promptings of my friends and those who have used Mrs. Beethovens German Vegetable VedioineB, and the * testimony of our most respectable _dtiieas, of the vktueand_^merit of those manufactured by myself,1 J have been induced to «all special attention to these invaluable1 medicines by those afflicted with _Bheomatlsm, Dyspepsia, liver and Kidney_^ Coughs , Fever and all diseases arising from impurity of the blood. Also Salves for Sore _Eyps, _Frosen Feet and P iles Drawing and Healing.Plasters, all of which can be purchased at moderate prices at the residence of the subscriber, _Vol 27 South Pine Street _Harrisburg_, Pa. MBS. L, BALL. _ds t'_& ti- tie y- a- «e er _es o fl _>n ce it, Now ia the time for all, old and young, to have tba >lood; purified, the _atonjach _cleaDeed and strengthened , the whole system put into a healthy, active condition: Thfsaloneistbe only flure _^reventative for all contagious, diseases, wh...

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

A &U _un co , ' wi an ( dc SBALBJX PRQFOSALS A RE invited until the 4th day u _Miy 1863, xjL for supplying the ' United Stale.- , ^^^s lstence Department at Harrisburg, Peonsj i-* . \, with _fresbTfeeef. '' ' - . ' »*_- The first delivery oi beef to be made, on the 6th of May, 1863, or as soon thereafter as the undersigned may direct. A bond with good and sufficient security will be required. No bid will be entertained when put in by contractors who, have previously failed to com ply with their contract in' any? _^Department of the Government, or where ihe bidder is not present to respond to hts bid. The names of firms Bhould be stated! in full with the precise address of each member of the firm. Proposals ' from disloyal parties will not be considered, and an oath of allegiance must accompany each proposition. All bids must be accompanied by two guarantees. Bids to be directed to Capt. W. H. Bell, 0. S., U. S. A., _Harriaburjr, pa., and endorsed"proposals for furnishing f...

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

DRAKES PLANTATION BITTERS. They purify, •trengthen arid _Invigorate. " ¦ : ' Tbay create a _healuW appetite. They ar_« an _antiilot_© to change of water and diet. _Tboy overcome _cfttHfts of dissipation and lat« _honrs. Th#y _gtrengthen the •ystem and eniiv_«n tne mind. . lhey prevent uiaatnatic anil intermittent _ftverg. They pnrlty. the breath and acidity kof the gtomach. They euro DyBr>ep8la and _Coni<^|t ion. They cure diarrhea, Cholera, ind Cholera Morbus. They cure liver Complaint and Nervous Headache. ' They are the best bitters In the world. They. make the Vc_^k man Etr ong,J _«Dd are exhausted _natnre ' a great restorer; They are made oC pure . St. Oroix Bum, the , celebrated Calls aya Bark, roots and herbs, and are taken vritb tr e pleasure of a beverage, without regard to age or lime of day.. Particularlyrecommeaded to delicate persons requiriing a- gentle'"_itimulant. - Bold- "by all QroecrB, _Druggiets, Hotels and Saloons. P. H. Drake _SCo/^iil ' _Biroaa...

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

-, J S? 'Jj $_P **! Y *_J *»' " ( P 353 _BUBIA MILLS. 355 353 and 365 Washington Street, New _GOVERWMEMT COFFEE. PUT up in tin foil pound papers, 48 hi * bjpx, and in balk. Qar prices range from 7 to 30 cents.. We pat np %he follewhig kinds: JAVA, MARACAIBO, RIO AND VARIOUS OTHER BRANDS OF SUPERIOR COFFEE. We believe, our Coffee to be better than any ground Coffee, now in use. All orders addressed to us, or to onr agents, Messrs. P&aqb & Yotjho, 182 Chambers Street, corner Washington Street, ' New York City, will receive prompt attention. •• ¦_= . " •' ~ . The retail trade eopplied by first class jobbing houses, in the varioas pities. - : . ¦ ¦ . _'¦ _. TABJBB & PliACE., WM. _F. TABtt. CHAS. FtAOB. N. B.—Trade Price List _furnisbed upon ap-Dlication. dec_!8 d8in-rdmr23

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

Agency or the 6 p_«rcjt.(^9BO Year I_*o«*.; Office of LIVERMOIiE, CLEWS & CO. | • .,-.. . ¦_- . 84 Wall Street ,,_%w York, f , The above six per cents., in denominations of $50, $100, $500, $1000 and $5000, are now ready for delivery upon application at oua ornom. . Early application should be made, as tha privilege of conversion at par will close on tha et _ofJoly, 1863. These bonds bear G percent interest, payable in coin on the 1st of May and 1st of November, and have coupons attached f ji 20 years, but are payable at the pleasure of the Government (in coin) after five years. O'ders by mail accompanied by draft upon New York , or _curreot funds , will receive prompt attention. We_^also execute orders for the purchase or sale at tbe Brokers' Board, of all current securities, and have for gale constantly, all Government issues. LIVERMORB, CLEWS &.- CO. ap3dllfi . _ _Bankfira.

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

T_^IisH.—Another large lot q( Mackerel " and 4* '-Herring, in all _tasa of packages, barrels, halves, quarters and kits, for sale lew by NICHOLS & BO WMAN f ap27 Cor. Front and Market 8trqgjj_>_. BANQES AND LBMQNS—We have _jLt received tbe largest and . finest lot of Marina Oranges dnerod&is season in this market. Oall andexamine, *t, , ? „, . ¦ . NICHOLS & eppilANj ap27 - , Cor, gront and Market _streets RANGES AND LEMON*—Another lot of _< choice Measms Orange* just _received and for sale low, by NICHOLS & BOWMAN,, * ap_!4 _^ ' Oor. _fjropt and Market _Streeto_. _piOlfrEfib A_«D _cJOOABS of aU gndo_* _«a,i \ _/ at reasonable prioes for sate by a .. .. J14 WM, DOCK, Jb., & CO.

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

Fast Dbitikg is becoming a great nuisance in the streets of Barrisburg. Hacks , Exprees wagons, and _yoqng gents behind blooded _nage, arc mostly those who indulge in this practice to the danger of the Jives and limbs of pedestrians. There should be some regulation to control this kind, of indiscretion. We do not pretend to write that those who indulge in this fast, driving would wilfully _infTct an injury on any human being, but the habit is a bad one, and some day will startle and horrify the community, with the result of a dreadful accident. We sincerely trust that the nuisance trill either be abated by the good sense of those engaged in it, or by the etern enforcement of tbe law. by those who are delegated to guard its violation.; .i

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

Tj r n aValuable Furnace Property for Sale or to Rent; - rpHE _nndereigned will sell or rent Chester X Furnace, situate ia. Cromwell townshi p, Huntingdon count y, Pa. The Stack is well and substantially built; there is also Ten Bank Houses in tolerable repair; there is'an abundance oi good wood that can be purchased at from 16 to25centsper cord, (wood leave,) within two miles, of tha stack , and abundance .of good ore can _Tw got from one _tq two and * balf miles, at a reaBonable-_^_cei The1 _tprWk is about ten miles from Mt. Union station, P. jR;> R., with a goodipu ' blic road leading to it. For further particulars,_addreas - _-" " _' SAMUJ_^L_^WiLSONj Sproce Creek, P. O., JEvntingdott county, Pa. ' ¦ _' ' * _ mr31-d8m

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

"" M . ?_£n D _™ j* ?J and State ;—-, do hereby guarantee that ¦ ~ ' •' ¦¦¦'' is able to fulfil a contract in accord ance with the terms of hia proposition, and that should his proposition be _^ accjepted, he will at once enter into a contract in accordance therewith.. Should the: contract be awarded him, we are prepared to become his securities (This guarantee must be. appended to each bid.) : , ' . The responsibility of the guarantors _mnst be shown by the official certificate of the clerk of the nearest .district court , pr tho United States district attorney._;_, -0, .-Proposals to be opened at 12 u. on 4th day of May, 1863, at office on Third street above Market. ' j W. H. BELL, aor;28-dtd CaptC. S.. U. S. A.

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

_Kk Bm €m_$m vcrii_^-i 1 • ¦ - " ¦ • ¦ ¦ ¦I'._Ilir.ltS: — Ail - ¦*.«- _\._^:. ' .._'. _"--; ¦" -_^ Notltts, _SI~ri:. ...... . i_».._i..--., ... ._c iciui-c i.._sciciou j__ _* , ii.:i.: •-•• - ' - -; , _iiiua«. iu\ ss.fia.bly b «]'_/:„. ¦ t. . .-if.—_- - '._««_:Jj <i_^ CASH. ,v_(_iciiis!;::. _''i vi-;;«_t;l iu tlie i tgulai > venJng K_«i.t- " ._»i i«»c Inserted in the niMiniiif _Etlituwt _vt i tit nut extra charge.

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

Sieam V3 Hobse Power.—A pouud of coke burned in a locomotive engine will evaporate about five pints of water. In tbeir evaporation they will exert a mechanical force sufficient to draw two tons weight on the railway a distance of one mile.in two minutes. Four horses working in a stage-coach on a common toad are' necessary to draw the same weight the game utance in six minutes.

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

_Mubdee in _PiTreBTjBQ — A returned Uantoi nia miner, named James Stapleton, killed r woman of tho town, named Mary Burk, on _Haturday last, in one of the brothels of Pittsburg. He bad formerly been on terms of intimacy with the woman, and it is supposed that his jealousy was aroused on his return to fiud her the friend of another man. Tht> murder was cold blooded in tha flTfcrAmp_. lJ leh iy ., '"ld

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