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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

15V GEORGE BERGlNnp. _TMK TELEGRAPH 18 PUBLISHED MORNING _AAD EVENING, By GEORGEBEBGNEE Office Third Street, near _FitWHU_^ TERMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. 8INGLK SUBSOKIPTION. L The _Daiit lELEGttAPH is served to subscriber* in >he _fHXy at 6 cents_^per week. Yearly subscribers will be, charged"'$4 00 in: advance. _Webklt _Tklbgraph. The _Teleobaph is also published weekly and funi'siied to subscribers at the following, cash rate*: " ' Biogle copies, weekly . ' ,. ¦ ,.. $1.00 Tea _._opies, to one _postomce 9.00 Tweuty " " .. " ..............17.00 Alvbbtising Baths.—The following are the l&tda i or advertising in. the _Tklroeaph. Those haviui_^ advertising to do will find it conveni ent for reference. -, 5's SIT _Poor lines or less constitute one-half jquaru. tight lines oi more than, foot constitute* a _*q aare.

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

- -j ''_£¦!_ ' -; _Washingtoh, May2i. :: TOe'l_^_dtimond Mumdatr of the 21st _coatsins tne uAliinBgdifjjatcn : ¦¦¦ : i _UtoBrnl_^ Ma_^ 19th.—The _special reporter oi ,tn& AdotrHier and Register , under date of the l8thajt_'_t3«^l p h' _^fu _»iii8beB: the following particulat8_' ofi _8_Wurdxy'8i fight, receivtd from tbe Adjotaot of _thftlfitii _MtaeiSBippi regiment, who arrived from Canton last night. Tbe battle was fought at Baker's Creek, about twenty miles West of _Jackson. We whipped the enemy badly until he was reinforced uom Jackson. :-. ¦ Gen. Pemberton then fell back io Big Black bridge, tien. _Pemberton _estimates our lots at 3,000, and that of the enemy three times as mapy. . " -.: .,- , , Gen. I/ning on the left was cut off, but he cut his way through . to Cip3tal Springs, 25 miles south <>{ Jaoksuni His loss unknown. Gen. Tilghman was killed. IBJdM _GJ^^lSta'S ABMY. Bebel Account of the _Pight at Jack son, Miss/: K|S_^ _GEKKR1L TILGHMAJf _Efli _L...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

FROM JOB* fiOtAL _JUTOAQSJL&irT IT M0BBIS c ISLAND < . ' Nxw Yobk, May 22. Th6_jstoies_|i ip Connerirom Port Royalbiings hews of a small engagement _wfiich ' took plat* on the night of the 14th _kfsftj _between a detachment of ouV forces' and _faboot 100 .rebel toldlen, on Morris' Island, in which the lattei were driven back across the creek. Our loss was one man slightly wounded. " It seethed to be the general impression that the _Monitor would attempt a rtduotion of the outer fQtfaj ilong the, beaoh before again attacking Fort _Sumter. _. , A "British andr a French man-of-war arrived it Charleston on the 14th. A - flag of truca bbai; fcdmT Charleston! was refused admittance _tiy ihe blockading fleet, within their linen, on thegrpand that . similar boats 'b ad ustd the fla_? _3f truce as a deception, id order to gain information of-our movements_*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

_Jiiiecdlanwrojf. JO _K E S H 0 G &3B, CORNER OF MAEKETST AND MA KKET SQUARE, HABRISBUSGr, PA. JOSEPH F. _McCLELUff, PROPRIETOR. (beceutly conducted bt wmxs _oovraiY.) This is a First Class Hotel, and located in the central part of the city. It is kept in the best manner, and its patrons will find every accomjaaodation to be met with in the best _nousesda the country. ; se30-4tf _,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

UUTED STATES HOTEL. . _lieiitteci and Renovated. L. W. TEN EYCK, Pboprmtor. ¦-v_^^ _^_ild popular and commodious Hotel has J \ "wo newly rsot&d and futn _' ahed throughout it* *r _*orB aQd <5b_^itjot§ ? and is now ready foi the1 _» '_^^P _^oa ** _gueslia for the winter _^_a " trave/*^ -PoMto _*_JU ** _$e United Stria Hotel the _._n *0Bt convenien* » f"_, par«acu-Urs, ot any _Hott * _^ _tae State Ca^' _. on _»°- oount of ite access to tn_« railroed, bein_^ im _^ ii_^tttly between the two great depots in MUB city. _HAEEiaBOBG, Dec. 1_*9,1862.-6m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

From Bermuda.. ' New Yobh, May 22. Advices from Bermuda of the 5th _iost., give \ rumor ,that Capt. Sem ' mes has resigned the command of the Alabama'to his first offioer, Mid-takeo _cofnmafld of a fine confederate ship mounting twenty,twogans. The schooner bunny South, which arived at Bermuda,,reported that on April 24(h, lat 27, long. 71, She passed the wreck of a vessel bottom op. On the pievioua day. she saw several obestaof tea, and picked up. one, the contents of which were spoiled by salt waer. It is surmisVd that they were the remains of a homeward bound East 'Indiaman destroyed by the Alabama. ' : : ¦< ¦>¦¦ -. < ¦•-.. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

JttABB-feTS _^ BY TBIiBGBAPH. \ L ' Nsw Yo«x, May 22. Cotton firm and advanced 11$Us; sales'at' 58o. Flour—State declined _£c; saliw oM2000bble at-$6 85(A5 60 for State; $6 40_®a'60 for Ohio and $6 76®7 f°r _Southern. W_^eat declined 2c; sales of 16O.Q00 bus . at $1 24®14O foi Chicago _spriog; $1 82J@1 48'for _Mttwaukee club: SI 48® 1 51 for' _red_^ Western. Corn declined l@2o; salesfof 140,000 bus at 76_®77c Beef steady.: Pork dull at $11 81(^11 87.-LKdflrm, Whisky dull.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

Vallandigbnm. _Ciscinnati_, May 22. TallandigUam, who his been under _guaid on the gunboat for two days, ' bade adieu to . this city last evening. _^ He goes fo Rosecrans 'a lines and thence to _IAxie. The change of sentence from Fort Waci ' en to the _Coufetteracy seems to plea e him. 'Th.re is a pot tic _justice in the fioal _disposition made of him. He.bai talked a gieat deal a1 out, going: down Sjutb. with a "s* roid inone hand and the olive branch in ihe, otLer." Mo jean take the _brauth!; ' the _aword we entrust to worthier hatd_, 3.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

_FromJfortress M<miroe. -,. _^ . FohTa._si Monbok, May 22. Gov. _Pierpontairived hero _ihli_^uioiuiog by tbe Baltimore, boat, »nd left immediately for _CtaterryBtune, to visit the Eastern Shore. ' Last night four men, muned: Waid, _Wilson, Thomson and Bell, wera_*_rres.ted in an attempt to pass our lints at Deep Creek, about , fo r miles from Noifjik. Tbey had some $2/600 _wfirth of "contraband goods with them. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

Tb,e _Harlonml Jfina-nees. Phi£&dushu_^ May 22. JayCooke, _subsori _ption3 agent, reports tbe sale of $2,292,600 of five twenties to day in the following localities: Hew York and Wow; Jeraey $1,800000; Boston and New England $40Q,_OQ0; ' Philadelphia and ' Pennsylvania $800,000; Baltimore ' $60 000; Western States $230,600. Total $2,292 600. . .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

Destruction, ot a _Unitetl States Hospital b jr. Fire. ¦ • , The MedicalGollegeatL_9xfaigton,Ky., which has been recently used for a Government _hospi tal, was completely * destroyed by fire at noon to-day. The sick were safely removed. The loss amounts to $90,000. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

_JJcro / _%bv zzt\Btmtnt8 INTERNAL REVENUE. T TNITED SIATES IN IERNAL BEVENDE—Ly Assessor 's Notice. The tax _payera of this District are hereby notified that, pursuant to the provisions of the Act of Congress , passed July 1, 1862, entitled " An act to provide Internal Revenue to supoort the Government and to pay interest on the Public Debt," and the act to amend the same, _passed March 2, 1863, the second annual as-Retsment will be made on and after the first Monday (4th day) of May inst. The assessment will embrace the following items : 1. Incomes.—A_*l incomes for the year ending Dec. 31, 1862, must be returned to the Assistant Assessors, uoder oath, in accordance with the instructions of the Commissioner of Internal Revenue, upon the blank forms provided for that purpose. Each person will be required to return his total income, so far specifying the sources from which it is derived, as to _eiyible the Assistant Assessors to decide what deductions shall be made thereon. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

Government Stocks—The Popular Faith in Such Investments. . The press of the country can- do the Government no greater servioe than by fairly* discuss-; ing the value o. f _Gpyernmeni stocks * . The more fairly this discussion ig conducted, the more popular will such investments become. Stock in the Government is stock? in our1 own personal existence, so far as that can be guarded by mortal hands or means. If the Government _fails, our investment in all interests, we care not what they maybe, muBt also fail. It is only the faith which men have in the Govern ment that conduces to the general prosperity. Destroy that faith, and you at once impair that Government; and when the Government is incapable of; exercising its functions to protect property and guard individual rights, all else that we are or possess as Individuals must follow in the general wreck. For this reason it becomes the duty of all to contribute to the support of the Government: Those'who have strength and martial a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

John A. _BTag_«e. This man was elected from Perry ' county to the last Legislature by the aid of Republicans, who were gulled into the belief that he was a Union Democrat, and would support the government, but ha had scarcely taken his seat when it was discovered tint he had deceived bis constituents and was I ndth ' itig _^0. than a regular copperhead. In addition to this, he was so frequently _uofit to occupy' hie seat that this John A. Magee was really unknown'to one halfnofhia fellow members. We, therefore, notice only such men with pity and sorrow If they act meanly it is _generally attributed to the effects of bad whisky or lager.— Men accustomed to strong drink generally lose their memories, and in order to hide their shortcomings in this world, a lie answers them often much better than the truth, and" such is the case with John A. Mftgee. He knows that he utters a wilful and malicious falsehood when he asserts that his documents and letters were detained in the _Harrisbu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

Maj-Gen. Bosecrans on Slavery. ¦For some weeks past a controversy has been going on between Ike Catholic Telegraph, of Cincinnati, edited by; the Very; Rev. K. Purcell, brother of the distinguished Archbithop of Cincinnati, and a pro slavery Catholic journal of that city. The learned editor of Iht lelegraph insists and proves that the Catholic Church and slavery never got along well together; that the Church abolished that peculiar institution wherever she came in contact with it, and that it is only in America Catholics have ever been found advocating slavery. The controversy has called forth the following letter from Maj. Gen. RosecraDB, which appears in a late number * of The Telegraph. The editor 6ays: "He (Rosecraris) has never been an Abolitionist, and has, like ourselves, stood, up for the Democracy _MtraiarasBOKO, April 27,1863. Mt Dbar Faxhkr Ei_>wabd " :—The. rebels] grabbed the last letter I wrote to you, but they will draw very'little consolation from its cont...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

THE WAEHf THE SOUTHWEST, BOMBARDMENT OF FORT HUDSON OUR GSfiBOATS MAKE-A VIGOROUS ATTACK The Fall of Fort Hudson Anticipated Ksw . Yosk, May 22. The steamer Matansas arrived at this point this evening,from New Orleans on the 13th _inat. Among her passengers is Col. John S. _Claik_, of Gen. Banks' staff. The following intelligence is furnished by the New Orleans papers : ¦¦; At midnight on the Sthinst., our moitar Gleet, assisted by the iron-clad Essex and the Bloopof-war Richmond, commeued the bombardment of the lower batteries at Port Hudson. The fire was kept up for an hour, bat the enemy did not respond. On the 9th trials were made to secure a more accurate range, and at ten o'clock at night another bombardment took-place, which also continued for an hour without receiving any response. At three o'clock on the morning of the 10th, the batteries were for the third time bombarded, which was continued until half-past four o'clock, when the enemy replied , and the filing became...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

_^_W_^jaattanoojga says _|fie ' Sembcra_^^_idies of New York hay_^BarchaBed a magnificent sword, at a cost of $1,200, as a present for General Lee, of the rebel army." The Soldier at Home. : The return of the nine months' men, and their miugliog once more with their fellow citizens, is destined to ' have a great effect upon public opinion, not only so far as reg _trds tbe object of the war, but to that greater length which will change what was heretofore a prejudice in reference to ite prosecution even to the end of the eternal obliteration of the iuflueuce which first provoked the conflict. The nine months' men will go home, such of them as were prisoners in Richmond, prepared to inform their friends and neighbors that the rebels are in earnest. This will be news to many a man in Pennsylvania, who has been misled by a band of corrupt politiciaas_, constantly insisting thjii, theipiople of the South were only fighting for ' their rights. The soldier will communicate the fact t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

LIQUID KENNEL. f IQUID BENNET yields with milk the moet LJ luscious of all _deserte for the table; the ightest and most _gratefol diet fcr invalids and hildren. Milk contains every element of tt.c todily constitution \ when coagalated with ennet it is always light and easy of digestion aid supports the system with the least po&sibisxcitement_. When still greater nutritive pow_^r _s desired, cream and sugar may be _t.d.jti L teaspoonfnl converta a quart of milk into - .-. irmcurd. Prepaied and sold, _wholes ile anJ etail , by S. A _KUNKtlL , myfi 118 Market _rttrctt. _pABDBN SEEDS. j Shaker's, ML Lebanon, N. Y., and ( Priggsft Bro., Rochester, N. Y. j A large invoice, comprising every variety an-J . lescription, just received and for sale by ap_! 4 WM. DOCK, Jr. . & CO. _MOURNli\Q _GOODS. Fj_^VEBYTHING in this line manufactured f«> EU Ladies' bummer Wear. A great man) roods of new material. CAl_' HCART'S Next door to the Harrisbuig Bank myl2d2w S«n _Sbades an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

Ayer's Compound Extract Sarsaparilla. - NO one remedy is mure needed in this country than a reliable _AlUraliot , but the sick have Deen so outrageously cheated by the worthless preparations of S_^_rsapaiilla abroad that they are dirgusted even with, tno name. Yet the drug cannot be blamed for tbe _impositions from wnich they have suffered. Most ot the so-called _Sarsaparilias in the maiket contain little of the viitues of SaxoaparllU or any tbing else. They are mere slops—inei t and woi tb K ss_, while a concentrated extract of the activ variety of Sareaparilla compounded with L>.y__k , Stillingia, Iodine, etc., is, as it ever v»,U be, a powerful alterative and an effecVaal _renucdy Such is Ayer's Extract of Sa_^saparilla, us \U truly wonderful cures of ? ao great variety o: complaints which reqaVte an alUr.itive medi cine have abundan*Ay stiown. Do nut, therefore, discard lb; .s invaluable medicine, because you have b_£cn imposed upon by toinethiug _pre tending tb be ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 23 May 1863

MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH. • New York, May 23. Flour dull; sales at_,$5 80@5 60 for State; a decline ol 5c; $6 35@6 45 for Ohio, and $6 60 @7 00 for Southern. ' Wheat dull; Chicago spring $1 22@1 47. Corn active; 80,000 bus. sold at 75@761c. Beef quiet. Pork heavy. Lard dull.at 9_}@10f o. Whisky dull at 43J@ 44c. Receipts—flour 23,057 bbls.; wheat 106,-696 bus.; corn 33,174 bus. . _. Baijimorb, May 23. Flour dull; western nominal; Howard street $6 62}. Wheat dull; Kentucky white $1 70 @1 76 ; Pennsylvania red $1 58® 163. Corn steady. -Whisky inactive; Ohio 44_@44Jc. -'UTatrit'), On the 17th _inst., by Bev. _dfiarles A. Hay, Mr. Hshbt A. Swariz, of .Harrisburg, to Miss Leb Aqnb8 _Cdubb, of Matamoras_, Dauphin t _junty, Pa. _y_^ _^_oertoffltgtjr J WANTED_^-An experienced Lady's nurse. Apply immediately at my23-tf NO. 54 CHESTNUT _Snt_^Err. _^_jS _pr BEW ABD.—Lost on the 20th inst., a «_Jad red and white spotted Setter Dog. The above reward wil be paid i f the dog is returned to A. FBED...

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