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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

_Qmustmtnts. WAIT FOR THE BIG SHOW GARBNEE & HEMMING'S CIRCUS AND MODERN ARENA! rpHIS MAMMOTH ESTABLISHMENT, " I 1 NEWLY EQUIPPED AND ORGANIZED, and direct from their -., .;,-AMPHITHEATRE IN PHILADELPHIA, will exhibit in HAHR1SBTTRG-, _-/ On Thursday) May 28th 1863, AFTERNOON and EVENING, Doors open at 2 and 7. Performance to com mence half an hour later. "-^' _Adio6Siov. _, _125icente No half priai. J ; ' Tbe public should remember that this Comfiany has < , MORE AND BBTTER PERFORMERS, MORE? AN!) BETrE_^ CLOWNS, : MORE AND BE1TEB HORSES Than any Company traveling. The whole under tbe _irnmejHate direction of the

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

HARRISBURG, PA. Thursday Evening, May 21, 1863 % i ailg Cfltgrjtojj UNION STATE CONVENTION. The LOYAL CITIZENS OF PENNSYLVANIA, without distinction of party, who desire cordially to unite in sustaining the NATIONAL AMD STATE _ADMINIaTRATIONS_, in theirpatriotic efforts to suppress a-sectional ami un holy rebellion against the UNI IT OF THJEREPUBLIC, and who desire to support ._^ apery power of the Government, our heroic brethren in arms,, who are _braving _disease and the perils of the field to preserve the UNIONJOF OUR FATHERS, are requested to select a number of Delegates equal to their Legislative representatives of/ the State, at such times and in such manner as will best respond to the spirit of this ' call, to meet In STATE CONVENTION, tit' JPiTTSBl&RG, < on W_$DNESDAY, the FIRST_.JDAY OF JULY next, at eleven o'clock, a., _ji., on said, day, to go mi nate candidatesl fqritn ' e omWdf- G0VOERNOR and JUDGE OF'TBESUPREME COURT, and to take such measures.as ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

l N ASSORTMENT OF OVER 100 STY_^bs —-Ol—PACKET, BOOKS, _Ep_^gES : , ' ¦ _^ Aim 1 ¦ _EOBTMOlfAIES FOB LADIES AND._^ENTLEMEN , -KEILBR'S . Drug and Fancy Goods Store. ' No. 91 Market Street. ' ¦ • A--FINE LOT OF, _J _« '5 - \mm cases a»d-yup _witef_^ _, !,. ' Some Splendta New Pattera_^ of - " LADIES' _COMf _AMlQirs_. r The beat Morocco TRAVELING SATQHML 8, And a general variety of FANCY GOODS, suitable for Presents, now on hand at KELLER' S myll] Drng Store; No. OLMarket Street. pOUNTy _. TREASUBER. -TJi e _^ _underaigned \_J _tonoun_^- himgell as. a candidate for Comity Treasnrepwfit eolicite the-Bubporfc of all Dnioii men?^Subject to_. _Ahe no_®Balinfr_,>can . vention. ISAAC HEBsHnr"1 _- Union Deposit, May 12,1863. [mylSdl-wto

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

_T_^_Tr O OLA U A I ijO N . - - " ¦ Matok_'s _OmcB, , ) Harrtebmg_, May 14th, 1868. | _WrtraiAS , It is thedoty Pf _«very citiaen to lend his aid to the preservation Pf the public peace; And whereas, _Tliefunlimited _und _indis _crimioate sale of intoxicating liqnors- . to a large population must inevitably lead tpeerious disorders _^nd breaches of the peace; therefore, it is hereby enjoined on all tavern k&pera and retail dealers, within the.limits-pf the city of _Hafrisburg, to olose their ban and to discontinue tbe sale _jof all intoxicating beverage_^ inclndidg lager bee_^r , at six o'clock p. m. , of every day in the week-until _further notice. myl4] A. L. BOUMFOBT, Mayor^^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

200 _Ajenti Wanted to Sell J lord's _imwican fflap of the United States, PRICE $1 00. _PERSONS wishing to engage in selling these maps can* be furnished, in any quantity, by addressing D. D. BARTON, _Mecbanicsboigt Cumberland county, Pa., agent, at publisher's priaefly.withv/_jgJ_«ht added. A large -lot of superioi finished maps have just been received. >,. ¦ , t, Grood-agento can sell from fifteen (»thirty maps por'd«y, and realize frpm $6 to $1_Q profit. Two hundred agents wanted immediately for any part of theTUnited States. Address .. D,. D. _^AR-lpJT, • _MecbanicBborg, Cqmberlah4 county, Pa. myl5_HJ8w_% ' '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

FI SH-r—Another large Jot of Mackerel and , Herring, in all sizes of packages, barrels, halves, quarters and kits,-for sale Ijdw by . . . NICHOLS & BOWMAN ap27 Cor. Front and Market _Streeta ' I -Tt_/INDOW 8HADES of .linen, gilt-bordered ! V f and PAPER-BLINDS of an endless van ety of designs and _ornamenta ; alap, _CURXAIN F1XTDBES and TASSELS at very low prie** Callat SCELEFFER'S BOQKSTP_^: ap6 '• _^ *• fJ lHB FtNES_^_f STOCK QF, THOTOGBAPH X A LBUMS, PORT FOLIO_^POCKET BOOKS, for sale at , SCHEFFER* yBOQK8T6BB. IDS? ope%.a _fnsh lot of PBofograph Albums , my2' • • _• • ¦ ¦ -. _*.- -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

FEOM J&ISBINJJTON Official Report of the Capture of _Jaekson, Miss, ¦ ¦ ¦ __^ -J _- .;..y: . _- ._^_-{ - 1 _WAsmsaTON, May _51_l The following was received to-day at headquarters: - ., ..-. ..-..- , : _Jackson, 'Miss., May 15, 1863, via MkHphis , M*y 2O.-_^2bMajor GenertdBW: _SalUck , Qenertd in Chief—This piace.feUj5tt0eurha . Dda yesterday, after a fight of about three hours. Joe Johnston was in command. The enemy retreated_, north, evidently with the'-design of joining the _VickBburg forces. ¦ - ¦ • -( [Signed] U. S. _GEtAWT_; Maj. Gen. «fl

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

' '..M THE WAU IN THE SOUTHWEST. >! _f _Caibo, May 20. *^ol. Clay ton, Of the 5th KansasCavairy, with his ' -own regimeht, and _dctudhments ot three others, made a _reconnpissanc* a few days since from Helana, towards Little Bock. They destroyed 20,000 busheb of corn, several buildings containing commissary stores, and a number of grist mills. Whon near Cotton Plant, after dtnding his infantry back, he encountered two rebel brigades, under Carter, and had a severe skirmish, and only escaped by swimming the river, with a loss of _tftp Hilled and eleven wouuded. The rebel loss was fifty-five killed _jaud a large number wounded. i ¦ , ¦ iw ' i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

- r PEOPLE'S, CLOWN,t . " D AIV _GARDNER. " ;: _^ TErJ _GBATJIJ PROOESsioN Will enter town precisely at 10 o' clock on the morning of exhibltibn: t ¦ , Will also exhibit _trt : :, _z • Moont Jot, Tukdat, Mat 26. ¦ _. _^ ,. MiDDiwowN, _Wkdhbhdat, Mat 27. DuncamboJJ, _Feisat, Mat 29.¦¦ ¦ ¦ i . W. H. GARDNEB;! " myl4-6teod Agent.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

THE PIRATE ALABAMA j SHE IS BLOCKADED AT MARWNQF8 ' .; ' ' A letter from St. Thorn aB, May 4, says: . On the 30th of April the United States steamer Vanderbilt arrived in Portland, and after a few hours delay _b'at ted for Martinque, where it is reported' _. 'jthe Fnited States steamers Alabama and On'eida'have the Alabama alias 290 blockaded _into_'an out bay, and the Admiral declares that if he finds her there he will sink her, let the consequences be what they may. News from the Vanderbilt is anxiously awaited, but up to this moment nothing has been heard fmmVinr_' : » .: ' '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

_JTAJISL FANS, FANS, . _. .JANS, , ..FANS, FA2_STS, FANS, FANS , FANS, ' FANS, . FANS, - F.ANS, ' FAN S, FANS, FAN S, -FANSr-FANS, FANS, FANS , ~~ _FAN8; PANS,-FANS, ' ' FAN S FANS , FAN& FIR the largest and best assortment in, the city . call at _CATHQARTS_, myl2 d2_w No. \4 Market _Square,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

New York Money Markets. New Yohk, May 21. Stocks are better; Chicago & Rock Island 100; Cumberland C< al 29_£ ; Illinois Central Bailroad 110_J; Michigan Southern _116_J; New York Central 132; Pennsylvania Coal 108; Gold 148_£ ; Treasury 7 3 10s 102 registered ; Sixes 107*. ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

Jtla r.rt td On tbe morning of the 21st inst., at tbe residence of the bride's parents, by the Rev. Jno. Walker Jackson, pastor of-the Locust4 'Street M. E. Church, Mr. Ainn F. Stauhkk, ol Lancaster, to Miss Emma F. _Stoofhb, of Harrisburg. _»- ¦ -. --[Lancaster papers please copy.]

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

>> i > < _i The BjtaiMKWifAi- Flags.—The flags _Jwhlch the Governor p i" Pennsylvania, by direction1 'of the Tjegislature, presented to each of the _Regiments from thia State, prior to tb_«U£ going into or after _they _^ had entered'the field, are now being returned_^to'ithe State,r tb be depopited in'the archives, as memorials of the, _jalpr _ofjfhose Who bore them alofi above the straggles#ndjcarnag# of battle. The name of eirery-battle' ¦ participated in by the regiment eac_^f oarrjiilg one of these flags, is inscribed upon its* fold$, wp&H ' makes up ' ,theJ record of such organisations.1 In after)ears these flags will be'among the _iaolt Viilnable _ooS3_esaiofls of the Commonwealth - —SinceiThe above was written, we leam;that G ov. Curtin has grafted each regiment the privilege of carrying "'"their nags home, to be boxne in the procession of reception that greets our brave defenders and welcome them back to h,onor and repose. It was ver...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

353 RU_£U MILLS. 355 858 and 355 Washington Street. New York_^ Qity. _GOVEHKMERTT COFFEE. - ."t_^UT up In tin foil pound papers/48 in • JL box, and in bulk. Qur1 prices range- from 7 to _3Q cents. We put up the_'_follewing kinds: JAVA, MARACAIBO; RIO A&D VARIOUS OTHER BRANDS OF SUPERIOR COFFEE. We believe our Coffee to be ' better than any ground Coffee now in use. All orders _addres sed to us, or to our agen_^, _Measrs. Plaos & Young, 182ChambersStr&et, corner Washirjgton Street, New York City, ' will receive prompt attention. .-The retail trade supplied by firfet class lobbing houses in the various cities. TABEB & PLAGE. WM. | . T4B. IB. CUAfl I'LAOI. N. B.—Trade Price List furnished upon application. "" ^<--decl8 d3mrrdmr23 '"_* HAMSit! _^ _Or\ r\r\r\ LBS.—Composed of the _4\Jfy\J\JVj following brands, just received : Nkwboxd_'_e_, celebrated. Nkw Jkbsbt, selected. Evans and Swift ' s, superb*. _Miohin_^r '-S 'Esasmios ._^ aawatsed. MicHlN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

T. J. McGUIGAN, Importer and wholesale dealer in THREAD, TAPES, HOSIERY, Notions* &c-»;_- MATCHES AND BLACKING, No _^Strawberry Street , Philadel phia. f25-d3m S. M. MATEEB, THE OIj1» JBIL_.L- POSTER, HARRISBURG. ALL orders left at the Telegraph Printing office promptly attended to. Bills carofnlly posted and die _tribute A. my6d2«r _Q ~~~ . DRIED _1FRUIT. _TTVBIED Peaches, -(pared) Dried _Pdaphes_, (nnpared.) Dried Apples. Dried _Ploma, Dried Cherries. Dried Blackberries. _,For sale by [aprlO] WM. D^)CK, Jr., & CO. ( DOCTOR A. H. STEVffNS, ELECTRICAL \ PHYSICIAN, is curing all CHR_3NIC DlS-( EASES, bofh of Ladies and _Gdhtlemen, by a new method in the ttee of Electricity alone, without any Medicine; or even any Pain. BOARD maybe had,. with Treatment, by patients- from abroad,.at xeasonable rates, ia t he Doctor's -Family. . LErTERS applying for _oirculars or further information will be DromptLyj _answered. Office and Residence at 1418 _SOUTiL FEN N SQU _aKE_, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

DOMESTIC GOODS . iV± <'- GINGHAMS, , r' 5 - • OAL1COE3_, _^ ' _n_» 'i **** DELAINES, : ' . , D BILLIN3S, &o Goods of this order at very little advance on manufacturers' 'prices. f -' CATHCART & BROTHER, Next door to the Hani&burg Bank. "m y_!2-d2w - TJHE « KING _MICROSCOPJS," ' DOUBLE 'L'ENS. T>ROF. HORSFORD, of Harvard University, IT _s*_ys, -" .ii works very well, and you have Wot-ttHip ' very'neatly." Magnifies 26 diameters 56'cents in Postal Currency. The "BOWEN MIC8_K5SCOP-E_; " 28 cents. The " S_, WOOD WABD'MIOROSCOPE, '' 88 cents. Or ohefeacb of the three kinds for $1. All free of postage, X _"_* _**- Address _^ « m T. ED.WIIJ KING, ¦ m'r26-d*w'6m r - _, Box S,i0, Boston, Maa? •\ r ROBE|_LT_,_SNODQRASS; A TTORNEY-AT-LAW. Oflice with HohO XX David 'Momma, Jr., Thiid street, above' Market, Harrisburg, Pav_, . ! N. B —Pension, Bounty,and Military Claims of all Kinds prosecuted and collected. I Refer to • Hons. .John C Kunkel, David Mum...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

' _*"* '* QfrE£_ft_?WARfi! *r _A!' _^IKTBInvire'-the attention ofjlheipuhUc to our isjj) r largejand_, _jjell ._^elected _a|»ck of. Que_^is _^ ware, recently _purchased, and ' _wttcb. we offer a1*' a very small advance oa'city_^_prices _^^ Oall, _^nd I examine before purchasing elsewhere. ' 4 * ¦ "_«c*v. i _^ rNI0H0_L8iite' «BftWMfN, ap7 Corner Fjcontjand Market Sta. _^ . > _^ -WA_^_TEIirJv * ,_j! WANJED—A _^ _jwnang mf an_, from 15 to 18 years of age, with sbmekribwleage of the dry goodsbusiflelKf Apply _itnmadiatejy at the southeast corner of Front and Market streets. ' my 13 _^ 'J* \-i' v.O_^U. BOV_^MAN. BB OWil STOUT iANJD- SCOTOBj _^lLE, inbottles, just-received arid for _salejby - - : > mr30 ' _Wtt. _P60K, Ji_% fe CO. FB _OTOrfBAPH ' _AllSmfe — chastely bound " and clasped—for _saleiat _^ \ l tr ! SCHEFFER'S BOOKSTORE, j 9 ' IS MarkiAStreet VShEESE, ' old and *new, 'from primo _^^l , \J *for?Bale _loawrby,,- _^..k- ._g _^JCO it \$ , _, f MCH0I_£ & _BO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

mHB PUBLIC ate cautioned against the X. SPURIODS articles of LY_£ for njakiug SOAP, &c, now offered for sale. Tbe only GENUINE and PATENTED Lye is that made by the PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY, their trade-mark for it being " S.\PONIFIEB, OR CONCKNTRATKD LYE.' * The great _SUCCESS of this articie has led UNPRINCIPLED PARTIES to endeavor to IMITATE it, in. violation of the Company's PATENTS. All MANUFACTURERS, BUYERS or SEL LERS of these SPURIOUS Lyes, are hereby NOTIFIED that the COMPANY have employed as their ATTOBNEYS, GEORGE HARDING, Esq., of Phila., txod WILLIAM BAKKWELL, _Fsq , of Patsburg. And _thatUB _MANUFACTUBEKd, 0_SERS, OB SELLERS_'of Lye, in violation of the tights of the Company, will bePRO_. sECtfTED at oi.ee The SArQNIFIKR, or CONCENTRATIiD LYE, _|_s for gale by all _Dbuqqibts, Gbockrs aud Country Stokks. r- - TAKE W0T1QS. The Unitbd _Statks _QtBCurr Coobt, Western District of _PrtitinsylyanU, No. 1 of May Term, in 18>2, 5n suit of TELE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 21 May 1863

¦ / _,WMi B. _BRAD_^BPS PUN0_iO,RTE ESTABLISHMENT_, _fr_^av_^ob&s St., rnHE Bubscribei'Te_^_ctfall y _iovites th e atten-A_"tion of hiiB _^_fWetjds and the public generally to his Piano-Forte Establishment, at No. > 427 "Biooine streetcorriefdf Crosby street. ' _Having . _withdrawn his interest, stock and .materials from the late firm* of " Iighte & Bradbiirys, *' whtctf_,firm was _dilsolved on the 31st January, uHL_, 'a.nd havingj_>urchased the entire stock of Piano-Fortes and Piano-Forte Material, owned by h_^3 brother,'Edward G. Bradbury, in tbe said firm, He is now prepared to supply the increased demand for his celebrated Piano-Fortes. ' _, f lmployirig the most'_^killful and experience_^ _Workmen, with' a large stock of the beBt and mo1|t th'Broughly seasoned ' material, and an abunq_^hce_^of capital, he has taken in hand the _Dusinesa oi personal supervision ot we wnoie _manufrtcturlng _Jlis _instiumente, and is enabledto turn out Pianb_^_For...

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