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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

CrMcnrNATi, May 26- ¦ The letters of special correspondents withGeni Grant's army are published this morning. They embrace full accounts of the battles in Missisj Bippi, representing them a series of bloody engagements, in which our soldiers immort alized themselves. * - _ .; j The Commercial's special account, dated Battlefield of Baker's Greek16th inst., says that the Federal army under General Grant has won another glorious victory. '. ' ; ' A _furiouB battle, lasting nearl y five hours, has _resulted in ' the defeat of the enemy at al points, with a loss of three thousand killed anc wounded. We captured three complete batteries ani two ihousandprisoners , _Joemd&i a large .quantity o small arms and camp equipage. Our success if signal and complete. ' ; / . ; _Esurly on. the" mdrnirig of ' the 16th Genera McClerhand'B _' _CorpB _wafs put iB motion, " _anS Hovfey'_s _Divisioii; kdVancedT across ' the greeti field at the iootrbf _CnampMn Htllat 11 b'efock_. The hill was c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

HERMETICALLY _3BALBD. 1,_^ -JEEACHES, TOMATOES, -1 >» FINE APPLE, SALMON, »» OYSTERS, SPICED OYSTEBS, ,_«: LOBSTEB_, SABDINE&, WmoT sale by WM. DOCK , Jr. & CO. 1« MINCE PIES. _^fc> AISl NS, CUBBANTS _tK citron, lemons,... , T SPICES, CIDEB, * WINES, BBANDIES, &c,-• |§For sale by WM. DOCK, Jr. & c .. itBIBLES AND _EYMN BOOKS! Wm ¦ k LA HGE and splendid stock of Pocket and H j_3L FatnUy Bibles. l-tw MB Pr tbyterian, Methodist, Lutheran, German |B B_^_foiuied. and other Hymn Books, just received at BEBGNEB'S CHEAT BuOESTOBB. f_^_iOAL OIL, a further reduction in Coal O,i|_, _VV superior article of non-exploaive Coal Oil, for sa _ie very low, by ¦ ' NICHOLS & BOWMAN, mrl * Cor, gront and' Market _«te_. - AlbiNa, Citron, and Currants, to _' r sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN, «iy Ooraer Front »nd Market _Sta,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

FROM WASHINGTON Glorious victories by the Fleet on the Mississippi. ;' Hi ' h ' * Tbe Reduction of the Rebel Works at Haloes' Bluff. OFFICIAL REPORT OF ADMIRAL PORTER. —-»•»- ' ¦ . Communication Between Gen. Grant and the Navy Opened- 8|e f'depp

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

New xorlt Bank Statement. Nbw Yobk, May 23. The bank statement for the week ending on Saturday, shows Increase of loans of. $ 608,229 Decrease of specie. 11,777 Decrease circulation 121,178 Decrease deposits 1,223, 472 ¦ ¦ • _- ¦ ' ¦- - _^— m i_^i » The National Finances. ... . PmT.AniiT.pniA, May 26. Jay Cooke, general subscription agent, reports sales today of $2,286,800 of five-twenties.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

MARKETS BY _TELEGRAPH Nsw Yobk, May 25. Cotton dull; nominal 49@60c. Flour declined ; sales 11,600 bbls. Wheat declined; sales of 106,000 bush, at $1 18@1 36 for Chicago Spring; $1 26®1 39 for _Milwankie Club; and $J _4l@l 47 for red. Corn declined ; sales of 210.000 bosh, at a decline of 1@ 8c ; old sold at 73J@76c. Pork firm ; $11 75 ©12 for old mess; and $13 60@13 62 for new. Lard heavy at 9_}@10_£c. Whteky steady at 44c. Petroleum active; refined 46@50..\—Freights lower. Gold closed dull at $1 43_£@

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

COFFEE ! COFFEE ! COFFEE I _TTITANTED, every Grocer and the Public to WOBBELL'S _NOKPARETL PREPARED COF-1 r _^-; ' "-;v-• ¦ ; , ¦ ¦ _FEEirr ' ¦: - _Warranted to give; satisfaction, er the money refunded_^. It is universally acknowledged, the BEST EVER USED. ":_a Prepared and for sale at the Eagle Steam Spice and Coffee WorksNo. 244, North Front, (corner of New _st.,) Philadelphia, Pa. mch9d3m* HOWARD WORRELL.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

FHESH _QROCERIE8 ! NICHOLS & BOWMAN, (Corner of Front and Market Streets,) .; RE constantly receiving from ' first hands large Btocks of choice family groceries, pur jed ior cash, ' which they are thereby enabled ell at very small advance on city wholesale m. They would respectfully inform , the flic that they do not deal in nor keep any mcating liquors in any quantity, large or ill. mr3

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

TIROWN BROWN STOUT and SCOTCH ALE, of the best brands, always on hand and for) t a by [apl4] WM. DOCK, Jb_#, ACO. ¦ QTBAWBERRIES." r O Plants of all valuable varieties, _^at-Key-Btone Nursery. [ap_!7] J. MISH. SMOKED AND PICKLED SAMOS, just received by WM. DOCK, Jr.. & CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

THE DRAI ; PKErABATIONs FOR tPF.KBY EN: LLMKXT—THBEK HUNDRED THOUSAND MEJI TO BE KAISED—OPINION OF THB _SECBETARY OF WAR ON TUE MONEY COMMUTATION—THE QUE8TION AWA1_TUCG THE PRESIDENT ' S DECISION. A draft for 300,000 men will shortly be ordered by the President for the purpose of filling up the old regiments. It is not the present intention lo form any new regiments. There is no time to drill and prepare regiments for this campaign. Recruits sent into old regiments will be more fit for field service in thitty days than tbey would be in six months put into new regiments under green officers. It will be far better for the conscripts that they be assigned to the old regiments and placed among the _veterans who have experience in the routine and duties of the camp, and who understand how to avoid many things that injure the health and cause, sickness. The old bronzed " warriors know how to cook, wash, sleep, camp, and march to the best advantage, and can teach this valuable informatio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

The Ordnance Accounts of Company Officers. We alluded a day or two since, to the dissatisfaction which existed in the camp in this city, among the officers of companies, in regard to the settlement of their ordnance accounts. The circumstances which elicited that dissatisfaction, were of a character over which the _officers had no control. Those office" had as far as possible, and as far as they knew how, complied with the _regalations, and rendered their accounts in the manner and form prescribed by law. Still the _Cjje gang _CfkgrapJ HAEKISBUBG_, PA, Tufsday Evening, May 26, 1863 _understandicg prevailed among the Paymasters here, that the reudering of the accounts was only the first step in the proceedings. Such accounts must first be audited, then await the slow process of approval, before the officers concerned could get the amount due them for services. It can be easily imagined what would be the effect of such an. order. Many officers had already been paid and mustered ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

Another _dispatch received to day from Gem Hurlbut, at Memphis, states that by a steamer just arrived from Chickasaw _Bayou a letter was received from an ordnance officer of General Grant, dated 9 p. m. Friday night, confirming the previous statements of _successes, and stating that six thousand prisoners and seventy-four cannon had been captured. At the hour when the letter was dated, General McPberson'_s force, in the-centre_, was within one mile of the court house at Vicksburg, while General Sherman on the right, and General McClemand on the left, were each within a mils and a half of the town, and the gunboats were shelling the city in front. He concludes by saying that Vicksburg must certainly be taken by to-morrow (Saturday.) Thisis the latest intelligence the Government has received ; but no doubt ia entertained that the capture of Yicksburg will be announced officially by the next arrival from that point. f aiesi i)_j) Cdep_| FB0M WASHINGTON TUE LITEST NEWS FROM VICK...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

THE VICTORY AT VICKSBURG Further Details of the Battle at Champion Hill. Chicago, May 25. The special dispatches received . here contain the following information: From the rebel prisoners we learn that Gen. Pemberton commanded in person. Fitzhugh Lse (f) and Gregg, who commanded at the battle near _Baymond_, and others of note, had subordinate _t ommands. It is impossible yet to more than approximate •nr loss, which is supposed to be about 1,000 killed and wounded. It may prove less, but cannot be much more. But few officers of distinction were injured. The 24th Indiana regiment lost 100 men, and Lieutenant- Colonel Swaio, commanding, was killed. Not a general nor staff officer on our side has beeu hurt. This has been the hottest and most brilliant fight in the Southwest for several months. Gen. Grant is everywhere received with enthusiasm. His reckless exposure on the field bi gets unbounded admiration among the privates. . Well authenticated cases of rebel barbarity to ou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

_IDied. Of Diptheria, Charles Iavra _Hcvks, aged • years and 7 months. The funeral will take place on Wednesday afternoon, at 3 o'clock, from the residence r • the parents, on Basin avenue. The relative:, and friends are invited to attend. ° Jftm 3U_>x>_ertiseituntB. A N election for President and Directors of ti xjl Franklin Railroad _Compauy will be In at the Company' s office in Harrisburg, on Tu. day, the 2d day of June next, between the h u of 10 a. h. and 4 p. m. E. M. BIDDLE, my26-2t Secretary. F IB BENT.—Two new houses, located Biver alley, near Yine street. Apply Samuel Denning, in Second 6treet, corner Market square , or to MBS. _SWAuGEK, my26-2i° On the premise.-. CAUTION! A LL persons are hereby notified not to neg_» XjL tiate for a check drawn by Henry Fiiik. payable to George C. Barnitz , f _ >r the _buui o: $28.80, as payment of the same has been stopped. my26 2l _c CEMETERY ELECTION. A T the election, on next Monday, for _officers j\. of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

The President and General Grant. W«f all remember the bitter outcry which raised . a the - was raieeu against _utsu. uraim, _anci we uib aster at Pittsbuig Landing. Ihe outcry was malignantly unsparing. He was denounced as deficient in every quality as a soldier and a man, while the President was openly rebuked as an imbecile for refusing to accede to the demands for .Grant'_s removal. These facts are so aptly referred; to by the Morning Chronicle, that we cannot refrain from adopting its language, as more fitting than any which we can employ in alluding to the same circumstances: The succession of brilliant victories which have crowned the efforts of our armies in the Southwest fills every loyal heart with gratitude and -with renewed confidence. General Grant has won for himself and for the noble officers and soldiers under his command imperishable laurels. He has plunged the knife into the spinal cord of rebellion, and the hideous monster lies prostrate and quivering in ever...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

ry ana . The success which has attended the cavalry _raida of both armies, since the rebel Stuart rode wound the Army of the Potomac, has called forth a rivalry among loyal and rebel cavalry men, which has not failed also ' to excite the serious apprehension of the people living either in the border loyal or rebel States, and those occupying the vicinity where the belligerent armies are encamped. Stuart's raid was followed by Gen. AveniU'B splendid reconnoissance—then came _Grierson'_s brilliant ride over the plantations of Louisiana, _flashing like lightning as he pierced that Gountry, and leaving behind him a trail of devastation such as struck terror to the rebel heart. The admiration and awe created by that splendid raid had scarcely ended, when Gen-. Stoneman carried dismay to the gates of the rebel capital, and made.the poor shivering rulers of the doomed city imagine that their fate was about to be realized of being pitted on the point of a loyal bayonet or sabre. Stone...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

National General Banking Law. . The following has been issued by the Comptroller of _Currency : , . "Before circulating notes will be delivered to any bank organized under the National Gene ral Banking law, the Comptroller must have satisfactory evidence, by the report of an examiner, or otherwise, _: 1st. That the bank is located in some city, town or village/ "which is easily accessible, and not in some out of the way, inaccessible place, selected for the purpose of making the return of its notes difficult or expensive. 2d. That the bank is provided with a suitable banking room Or tanking rooms, unconnected with any other business, and also with a vault or safe for the safe keeping of its funds. : 3d. That the bank has procured such books as may be required for the transaction of a xeg-. ular banking business, one of said books to be a record or minute book in which shall have been recorded its article* of association, copies of which shall have been forwarded to this Departme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

YALLA5DIGHAM AMONG THE REBELS _Mprtkkmboko May 28. Yallandigham arrived here on a special train, under a strong escort, at ten o'clock, last evening, having left Louisville this _morning and passed through Nashville without «jtop ping. His arrival was expected by the military and public, bat the time not being known , no demonstration of any kind took place. He was quietly taken in a cairiage to the quarters of Major Wiles Provost Marshal General, where he was received by General _Bosecrans and a _aumber of other officers. He appeared to be fully composed , and abstained from the expression of any disagreeable sentiments. At two p. m. his southward journey commenced. Major Miles , with a mounted escort, started down to take him below our lines, in Shelby ville. The prisoner wag very cheerful , and discussed his situation, indifferently; baton approaching the nearest rebel Dickat. mm. manded by Colonel Webbof the Eighth Alabama, some eight miles out, he became perceptibly aff...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

CAPTURE OP 6,000 PRISONERS AND 74 CANNON ««» Washington, May 26. Major GeneralS. W. BaUeck , General in Chief—The Luminary 1b just up from Yicksburg. No official dispatches are brought by her. Lyford, the ordnance < officer * writes, under date of 22d, 9 a. m.: Our loss is not very heavy for the position we had gained. They make a _firnvreeistance. I think we shall have the pi ice tcKmorrow. We completel y encircle the town, and our men to-night have their colon planted on the enemy's works, and are lying on the exterior slope. The gun and mor'ar boats are in front of the town, woiking away. Our captures thus far are about 5 ,000 prisoners and 74 pieces of artillery, some of which have been destroyed. Gen. Qrant is in good spirits. If we take Yicksbuig we shall take about 15,000 prisoners with Pemberton, &c. [Signed.] S. O. STFOBD. S. A. Huslbut, Major General. THE VERYLATEST. IHE INVESTMENT OF YiCKSBURG. THE REDUCTION OF THE PLACE HOURLY EXPECTED.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 26 May 1863

LATE SOUTHERN NEWS. EXTRACTS FROM REBEL PAPERS. <¦» Beported Repulse of Gen, Grant at Vicksburg. Yazoo City Captured-by the Union Troops. THE NAVY YARD BURNED. ——?••—- Washington , May 26. The Navy Department received this morning from Newport News a _dispatch stating that the Richmond Dispatch of the 25th has the following-Mobile, May 28.—A special dispatch to the Advertiser ondBtgixter from _sjickscln. yesterday_, oays heavy firiDg was heard in the direction of Vioksburg this morning. It is reported, and believed in official circles , that the enemy assaulted the works at _Vieksburg on Wednesday and. were repulsed. _ - Snyder's Bluff has been evacuated The Courier reports that Yazoo city was captured by the _federals, and the navv _vard _waa burned by _ouratrobpF. : J ' An officer reports that Gen. Grant W been whipped back. . • .. *• ¦ •«;._ The enemy have m ade thre3 desperate assaults on Vicksburg and each time have betn repulsed. Semiofficial _iaforrnatioa has...

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