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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

. ¦._^_hu.-S.i-i -WiBHrJ}ai<»,_l M_%i24J '_^ . fhe Navy Department _ieceivedl > a _diftpa <* fromy;IfewDOrti Nevrj sto-_^av, " _j_^ e_^_flajf. si dp Minnesota, stating that At,8.30 "tn; s u.orting tbe'mWer _^_JaWfB 1_t_^%ffl A'w_^ _fc »m City Poidt, with 620<pa_%l«d pfltwWrs, _faeii i/ling 80_^6fficerijand _theicfewjofcthedudianoin "_-! 'J he RichnjQu d Eflquijpr,. jin.f _addiy_^p (t _, u_, kd Mobile Telegraph of Ma _, y 2lBt_, says _{ *' _^ . -' General" J_^_rtngv lias' _afetxmetf com)nMd of _Jacksdn. _^^ ' ¦:_j! 5;> i'i>*i _aii> 00 ,uohuni ' ¦¦ " .. - 2_* o officiaLiconfirijaationrbda ibeen> recei_^ ed Federals or of the de ' _struclion_, oftne " bnige and_'aWndonment'bf th ' e _^c*_ksV CiJ 8 " l Sl ' ¦ i Private distrttcheS'from ;J_3_fckson up to the 2_^d sayftotb4Dgoivlih_^ftJCTen_^j< ._s td ;i _»-j l ' The _JJavy Depart _^ men_^_has _^ informaU on, _^' _»at Adm iral Porter has 'oeen cp _operahng wHth General Gra...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

TObBFUGi'T'iVfi SLAVE CASE. J U _tit_'ui Jo. « _Washumton, May 2S. _nt _The_, Government has taken _preliminarv measures tear restoring the judicial proce-diuga in the_^astern district of'-Louieana_} by the ap'poratmeatot _Edwaed_.H. Durell judge ot the Unitedj&gtes, Circuit Court ;, ' ,Bufus Traples, _^ a.tt _j rney, and James Graham as Marehall. " The present condition of the Ahdiew Hal: fugrtthve Blave case; alluded to; yesterday, _fiudB the:fugitive'io oustody _^f tbe military HUthoiri-._lips, who, refused this _morniug to deliver him to the civil auth -nties on a new warrarit ig-u< d by the commissioner under the- fugitive bUvo 'act, tbe latter having be n appointed to that office to _dHJt. ^>y tbe Supreme Court for the _District of Columbia. Th\s the case lema qj undecideJ, and _"* tn_^civil and military authorities a_^_aWtieinjf itf 'Atfeet - coiiflict.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

I_^OM_/l/^SHtK&TOlI Arrival : of; Earoled PrisoneidiXTRicT_^ _^_to _^_iiiw - PAPfiri. ". r!*.j-.i'1. *O • •at--. • • ¦ -i;l _^ /<! •_- 1 yu ' .::i-i: V tfperatiODS of tb* _#am_*i Fo#ces on _tke 1 r .,-.v; .sfc«-£ti!_,MWSl8_ypp*{_aJt_« _vii ; -, ¦¦ THE _. SIEjaB <>F _' V_^^BUB _^ ¦

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

Bl - _^e '-m -dU _tk_^_at_^ift"_* _Aal _chidBp -fcpriw _febt 'hfeb_^ei_^agni_*dflapf>n betwee_^ B_^l_^ S _wdr Jpe_^_%a|n_i Io_& $W,COaMfc_6 _^eoS within six monfhs. Also mat _parim r^^i \wi forfeit _mw_^_y_^tedl_' and_^_helii «n»irU l5epuVupl 6HaHeh&y' ._IS _^ob to bi£8 a«— " iei 00X "V_^_swa maw 6<J I _bfutiiia _(dW_'1 1o ajoii .it oil bflflfosif&jdi _«i Uiit -<M _sofdloa 5 flriff £ s» M tip d

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

JStm 3.bncrttsctiunts INTERNAL KEVKNi E. TTNITEDS1_ATES INTERNAL REVKNl L U _AEseesor '_s _Notice. The tax payers of this District are hereby _u tilled that, pmsuaut to the provisions it tLAct of Congress, _passe>i July 1.1862, emitl-i " An act to provide Internal Revenue to mi; port the Government and to pay inter-.-s-t on th Poblic Debt," and the act to amend the sam-. passed March 3. 1863, the second annual as _geesment will be made-on and after tbe _tinn Monday (4th day) of May _icst. The _assessnitu' . will embrace the following items : 1. Iaooim.—AH incomes for the year ending-Dec. 81, 1862, must be returned to the _Afsistai,t Asses sors, under oath, in accordance with the instructions of the Commissioner of Internal Bevenue, upon the blank forms provided fir that purpose. Each person will be required to retui-u his total income, so far specifying the _source from which it is derived, as to enable the Asc-i.-tant Assessors to decide what deductions shall b made th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

sattwM>^Mw—*— m— art——b—b_^_m C|e gaflg Cfkgrap_^ HABBISBUBG,. PA . Monday Evening, May 25, 1868 What the Clergy are Doing for Victory. From the beginning of the rebellion, we have b;en of the opinion that it was the duty of every Cnristian minister in the land, to take a position on the issue involved. It was conceded to be impossible for any man to retain bis character as a patriot and remain neutral. On the same ground, it was Insisted as eqaally _impossible for any preacher of God'a religion to retain his reputation as a Christian, and remain silent while a conflict was being waged in which was involved all that tended to the glory of God and the elevation of man. If the war r/_id been or was one of mere conquest—if the struggles involved the mere extension of territorial lines, toe redress of imaginary wrings of'the humiliation of a rival, then the clergy could claim the high right of remaining central in the contest, as one in which they had no duty to discharge, be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

WANTED-An experiencod Lady's nurse Apply immediately at - '¦ ' . my23-tt _NQ. 64 ' _xaDBSTNUT 8TBEET. RANDS WANT_8D. TWO or THBEE good steady men, with some knowledge of Farm or Garden work, will be employed for the season. _gTTde _highest wages will be paid tonersons of, the r ight kind. Apply to H. A.-MI8H_! " _Keystone Nursery, May 22,1863. d]>^/^| A MONTH!—We want agents at*$€0 SPWV-/ a month, expenses paid, to sell bur _Sverlastinr _PauOs, Oriental Burner* , and _}8 other new; useful and curious articles. ¦ 16 circulars! frte. '- _'!¦ ¦ ' 8_HAW&QLASK , ' my_!S-d_*w_3ia _Biddeford_, Me. _OmoK o» TM HAaamnnta OotroH Co.-, I HanHshurg, Pa., May 18, 1863. f A_Jf election will be held at the office of the IX. undersigned, in Walnut _etreet , near Second, on Thursday,, June 11,1863, between tbe h/_rara of 2 and . 4 o' clock, _^ . ic, for a President, six _Directors, and Secretary and Treaturer . to serve for the ensuing year. * W_^LLJA Mj BUEHLEB, my_!9d6t-8taw . _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

Tbe Rebellion Keeling. The very best hews that haB"ye> been :_rej ceived of battle and victory ,b_» our _troops, is that which we print to-day. J If gives the details (however_^rie_^of a result which must have a powerful influence in hastening the end of theiebellion; and as a battle, will ever redound to the credit andTglory of the American arms, while war is made the means of settling questions at issue between the. people; of any State, orany of the governments of thel world. With Vicksburg incur ' possession, the armies of Grant and _Bosecrans can be unted; and united,-they could pierce -South Carolina, operate against Charleston, and reduce-that rebelstronghold_, the very nest of treason. Or , sending_,ou,t a force, Georgia oould be invaded, ' and the'immense foundries which ate _ia operation in that State, from which the rebels 'derive their ordnance, could be destroyed, and, thus a resource stopped which would Boon put an end to the effectiveness of that branch of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

TWO HUNDRBD THOUSAND BAXBS 0? COTTON OPINED « • _v -<• a _fo %0 ifABJ_^kT. • _' . ¦¦ - X ' • ¦ A correspondent of the New Orleans Era, Writing from _Opelousas, says: — •" : _, " ; ' "A gentleman intimately acquainted with a majority of the planters of this and the neighboring _paiisbee_, informed me that the estimate made by them of the number of bales opened 1 up to the world in the _couutry already occupied by our troops, would not fall short of two hundred thousand bales,., and our advance would soon throw as much more on the market. It has be n hid in the woods and all other imaginable places by the planters, to keep their friends, the rebel soldiers, from burning it, and I have not heard of one -that was not Willing and glad to have an opportunity for sellioR to the Yankees." "Nor is this the only result of this most glorious campaign of General Banks. It is now beyond doubt tbat tbe majority of the planters and residents generally of the interior, are lqyal to the G...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

VIOKSBDRG OPERATIONS ON THE _YAZOO _RIVE_^ The Union Forces in Possession of Haines' and Chickasaw Bluffs. ' S.O0O PRISONERS AND _MtFGAlWOS _fliPTtlRED. All the Outer Fortifications Taken * by Gen. Sherman. It is reported that Gen. Sherman has ialien Haines' and _Chickasaiw Bluffs, with 8,000 pri-Bocers, 100 guns, ammunition, and commissary stores. The prisoners were paroled and ' sent across theYazoo. >• ' ¦; ¦ -t ' < i-_^_'_^- _;. ' i-. _». ' Another report says that these points were evacuated, aud that Gen. Sherman quietly took_, _possession. - . . . General Grant attacked the upper batteries of Yicksburg on Sunday, while the ' gunboats ' attacked the, water batteries. . On Tuesday the upper batteries were captured, " and turned on the water batteries. The paroled prisoBers brought across _fiom Yicksburg say _that our forces have possession of the entire line] .of outer fortifications, and the rebel officers told their men that Bince the capture of Haines...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

' _Yaitkbb Peisootbbs Fbtid.—If capture in bat-t tie used to have any terrors foj the Yankees, it seemB to have lost them all. It _H in factf their shortest and easiest way* to Ret hom' _eT with a parole in their pockets; and while they stay they will have a good time. The Charleston Courier has this paragraph : j " '"''' "At Atlanta and Augusta the officers of the robbers and marauders, who were recently captured near Borne by Gen. Forrest, were permitted to go about at will, taking their meals at the hotels, visiting the bar rooms in the latter city, and inspecting the condition and situation oi affairs with almost as _> much freedom from _i _eBtraint as if they were making their trip' through our country1 'a matter of business or pleasure, or as if they were never _expected:& return to their armies with all the information1 which it was one of the prime objects of their expedition into that'section to obtain.'* " \ But this is not the Worst of 'it. The Augusta ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

CR. Paid election officers. $3 00 " whitewashing fences... 16 74 " for carpet 38 06 . " repairing sofa 7 00 " doverseed 2 26 " coal for two years 14 00 11 alderman' * fees........ 7 20 " makiog lence, &c...... 18 70 " printing and advertising accounts... 2120 " refunded for surrennered ground ,... 12 50 " invested in IT. 8. bonds 2,000 00 •' Wm. Putt _i keeper_,salary.....$300 00 Jno.Putt . labor 287 00 A. W. Putt " 18 60 Jno.Powers" 236 25 —. 840 76 Jno. A. Weir, _seoretary... $26 00 A. K. Fahnes-• tockt treasurer... .... 60 00 Superintend't. 60 00 -. 126 00 Balance in treasury... 62182 8,727 76 A. K. _FAHNESTOCK, Treasurer. CEMETERY NOTICE. The tot holders in the Harrisburg Cemetery are hereby notified that an election for President and five Managers of the Association for tbe _easuing yea;,, will be held at the office of the Treasurer, on Monday, the first day of June, between the hours of 2 o'clock and 6 o'clock, p. m. _> J. A. WEIB, _Secretary. my 26,31

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

_^_Nfi_^_fTLfibFEWD JG'S BLOOD PHYSIO _fa' eU agf_^eab_^e 'to the taste) is more effective in cleansing,the cko_^uation, and thus removing all _diseases iwfaaoh arisen from aibimpnre _Btate ll. _^ ' t-t°i ' _^ _' _"J- ' ynrrr '_i - lil '-' _- _" of the wood, .than pjn_^DOBs _tp_^ri_^_s on Sabsafabiixa. I_^ls not ' a_^arsaparilla_, although it contains as muoli of that'drug as Is Josually found in preparations •purporting' to_^ be _ioB* Sarsaparillai . B-depends for Us tueeeu y_^qjj, _g far > -•>' ' ¦ -- ¦ .,, jjj-f . * c T mm _tKHmdefur_^t-. a_^. _Jfc _coutainajabt a pat ; tide of mercury_, buj; ' /on: 'the contrary! _«' the best antidote ever ' yet discovered for the* _ravages ofthat-ln_^_idioutf and dangerous poisoa; / It is WA* i|ABi3BD.teJ drive _qnt aad _iharcpghi y remove a&dueasesu>h&r ' driafijj_^ <gt *#$**-mreutatUm _tfc_$4 atef ' qjraijtiif any means. One dollar-per bottle, frix bottle* for $6. - , ' .il " Principal depot...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

it: Sow Tiiey go in. Dixie r ' » If a man speaks or writes- against our Confederate cause;_ie3£brwaded-and expelled as a That is sensible. T_^_ajipis right|j6d according to the rulwdf war and the laws and doings of all nations in time of war, and especially in time of civil war. But we have a class of men among _cs in the loyal States-,rebel sympathiz ers •they are ' sometimes called—who , tfiOugh they ' think it well enough in the Southern confederacy, condemn all ' such* " proceedings oh thepart of the Government. They want to _«q? what they please _^ agaijtet the Government and in favor: of . the rebellion, * arid claim thSt th_« y havei 'tftpaght to, withput. let or hindrance. They claim1 _thfrright to denounce the Government, denounce and obstruct ' the military, encourage the rebellion _^, incite _sedition _andistir op civil Btrife and _resistanee_/to the lawfaL authorities in peaceful _coniftlunities; in short , to talk and publish treason, disloyalty and sedition as much...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH . ,;> Pnn.ATnci.PHiA, May 2?. 'Flour in better demand ; sales at $5 75(^6 for superfine and_,$6 _^ 45@7 for extra family; receipts small. " Bye flour $5 25 and corn meal $_X 42*. Wheat small; Bales at $1 5801,60 for red and white $_T80t Bye in better demand at $1 10. ""Corn dull; 8,000 bus, yellow soldafc&6£ OafesdlsKwly. at 74_®75o. Clovenesd 8caj[oejatjf&7 _j 5_? Provisions dull; small sales of mess park-at $14 50@p5; mess beef at $13@15 ; hams in pickle 8_£@9c ; shoulders at Sc._j_.larddoUataO&lOJc. for _bbls, and. Ill® _^ftJaf- _^f_^ _^Y at_^c/ ' - _»- Nkw Yobk, May 25. Cotton advancing; prices _S/^c higher.— Flour dulls ( sales 6,500 bhls(»t/6 -10_^5 S&'for State; $6 10@ft.25for Ohio and $6 3S@6 80 for _Sontfeemf _^ WheatKdeclining -K q_^ uotetiong 2@_#_e _rofttrT_7 Com d&Mnetl 2_#c^^_w78_,000 bu8_ati33@34cfdjrip_|d nid'6Q@72c for new.— Pork heavy ;._salqa _ oll, 180 _bbla at $12 for mess .and $10 75@U 75...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

LATEB FBOM EUROPE ARfilYAL OF THE STEAMEB HIBKBNIA ' Fabtkee Poihi, C. W.,-May 26. TheHibernia passed off this point at 2 this morning. Details of her news will be forward - ed'fromiiere to the press. • f Oapi RaCKj May 25.—The steamship Hiberhia, frcm_^ Liverpool oh tbe 14th _inst:, was boarded by the _Aassociate Press Yacht on Saturday night.: > . ¦ ¦¦¦ ' • ' ¦ •¦•>." Livkkpool, May 14,—Bain has been falling in large quantities lately. _Breadstuffs market inactive. Wheat—limited eales. No sales in provieiODS and sugar. " London, May 14.—Consuls quoted at 92} for account. Port AuBasqui, May 23, via _Saokvulb_, May 25.—The _bteamship Hibernia passed this point and north of Cape Bace _ss slated in first dispatch. - : _c i - Milner Gibson, m the House of Commons, brought up the consideration of a fog trumpet to be erectedat CapeBace _. by, by tMAssociated Press. The matter. was under consideration, but the gun was thought to be the best signal. The steamers*"Jura...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

Y. M. O. A. GRAND C0N0EBT BT TUB HARMONIC SOCIETY! On FRIDAY ETBW1_WG, m the _coubt house. rpHE celebrated _CANTATA, "THE HAT X MAKEBS," will be given under the direction of Mr. Silas Ward. The entire proceeds of the Concert will be given to the United Slates Christian Commission. Tickets 26 cents. For sale at the Book, Music and Drug Stores. _, nay25-td

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 25 May 1863

Whim thh Psaos Mbn are howling about a reconstruction oa (ho basis of tbe Constitution , the traitors are ensuring the enthusiasm of their deluded followers, that no free States shall be permitted to come into the confederacy*. The leaders of the rebellion declare that there can be no peace without a recognition of the con federacy. Do the Democracy, who are so pereistebt _abtfufc peace; _deeire - ,thi|> recognition?—This jf a (question which _flome of tha-hypocrites a. %_4&ffi_> «3?-fi..u,ii6 a fAM, _t_: -_^j -<£ r „ must answer sooner or later. The malcontents have made all the . use they could of Northern renegades, and they would not associate_^with them now on any terms. The most Dayis would offer would be commercial intercourse, on condition that fugitive slaves would be returned or paid for if they escaped ; tbat is the reward offered to these traitors for the aid they are giviDg the rebels during the war, and for past services.

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