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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

ARRIVAL OF EXCHANGE PRISONERS. EEPOETS FROM EEBELDOM. :. • • - T—f^—-T '¦ ' . .. .. " _- _. WASHiijQTqs, May 26. ; A special dispatch to the Pcsl from Washington says: ./ ' ~ ' . ' . ' . .. ' . '!;', '"'' . _; _Sime six hundred officers &M _privates arrived !at Anapolis _yestoiday from Bicbmond. They ! report that Capt. McKee, of the 14thKeneucky ' cavalry, and Lieut. Cown_, of the 1st Virginia icavalry, willl be hung by the re' els in retalia-Ition for the execution of two spies by General _Burnside. This information is known to be trustworthy. ..-.-;¦. Mr. Holburn, the correspondent of the New York World, vn» released on condition that he would make certain representations to our government regarding 1 the measures of retaliation about to be adopted by the rebels. _Thb Tribune correspondents, Messrs. Richardson and Brown, are retained in Iibby prison.

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

FE0M FORTRESS MONROE ''" ¦' ¦r '¦ _Foethbss _Mokkoi, May 25. Captain Allen, of the _storeship Boma, di_«d last night, after a very brief illness. The flags of the . fortress and on the shipping are at naif-mast this morning, in respect to the de ceased. The water battery of; _thef fortress exchanged salutes with the British vessels in the roads, in _hooor of Qoeen -Victoria's birth day. jt has been blowings a strong gale from the north east since ten o'clock last night, and the atmosphere to-day is quite cold. . ., ..General _^ Dix.has_^issued a circular directing the _^ commanding; offioera , of the _.sevjeral, commands in thia _Depattmeot to hare, their _ounps thoroughly policed and-take measures to prevent-the. development of disease and preserve the sanitary condition of the. troops; also prohibiting any farther removal* of the bodies of deceased persons until the return of cold weather. _ _^ _

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

MABKETS BY! TELEQBAP H _, . _, Philadeiphia , May 26. Flour dull and drooping; .sales of $00 _bbls. at $5 87J for super and $675_^7 25 for ,extra family; receipt ' s and stock light. * Wheat in better demand and 6,000 _buB. sold at $1 60 for red and $1 80 for white. Bye declined to $1 08. Corn dull, small sales of yellow at 87c. Oats in fair reque6t aDd 7* 000 bus. Penna. sold at 72_@73g. Coffee heTd firmly, small sales Bio at 31i@32_J and Laguaira aV 83c. Sugar and molasses quiet;; provisions more Blowly; ' sales mess pork at $14 50@15 00, itia 100 tierces lard at _lOjc; petroleum advaucing, p ales of crude at 30@81c and refined . at 48c iu bond, a:-d 66@68cfor free; whisky J moves alowly at 44*@tto.: .,:.. , , :_>.. ¦; ¦ •• . :

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

THE WAE I& KENTUCKY. The Rebels _Ci;oss. the Cumberland and 1 _} s ! arfe Driven _Bact ¦ ¦ _«¦» — ?:!'•,. ¦ _l;: Ji; ¦ u ' •;: ;r<_i(0BW)iHHAii_^May26. The rebels crossed the Cumberland yesterday morniug, at Flshitig Creek and Hart's Ford.— Three regiments were reported over and more coming; ] .Our pickets were driven in, and some skirmishing ensued. .Before night, however, they were compelled_*to take the back track, and recrossed the river!* They were attacked at the fords, and last some men. ; ¦* '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

Klectlon at St. _Liouis. Si. Louis, May 26.. The election in this county yesterday, to fill a vacancy in the State Convention, resnlted in the election of Charles D. Drake, Badical Emancipationist, over _Jas.S. Yeatman, Conservative, by about 2,600 majority. * . ;¦;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

M!; TELEGRAPH. 13 PUBLISHED _{ MORNING AND EVENING, _Jy GEOBGE BEBQNEK. Office Tliird Street, near Walnut. _*_TERMS OF SUBSCBIPTION. |_p SINGLE SUBSCRIPTION. fine Baiiy Tblkgbaph is served to _subscri'- _' Srain _ibe _<_Jity at* 6 cents per week. Yearly p,.-cibsi.1 will be charged $4 00 in advance. f Weekly Temgbaph. _jjJChti _Tklwjbaph ia also published weekly and ibished to eubecribers at the following caBh Igle copies, weekly ^' 'S5 b topi< _s, to one _postoffice « 9.00 Hjuty " " " • ......17.00. fefVKWi.MNa BA.TEa.~The- following are the m (or mi _vertiaing in the Telegraph." Those jifug h_' ._s vortising to do will find it convenient _f|nfert>i:c:t. ' * " ¦ ¦ ' &&" K,;U: iinrS or loss constitute one-half Sar a, _l._isiht lines or more than four coneti-¦« a «)inire. I _s_^hlSBfaBfas L f ij _iuiwiUfi _ _t I \" J _» ' tO •-_* _W _h** _^ _^^ ^^ ' _^ Jvi _pj vEcj-*«^00><k»BMH „ _t C. _nvc_*_ora _ooaoooogos • Jd Si. p _° • ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

¦ Tlie Coni»crlptloii.l4*w. *> J ¦ _- , •, ¦ -_/.:¦' I_*. - - NMW'TpM_^May.26;-. There _is ' _reason to believe that the enrollment act will V6 _cahrled oat according _tb '&e_^lettiBr ol the law.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

CtMOKED AND FIGKLED SAMOSPj _saJQBi O received by WM. DOCK, Jr., 4 CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

, _, . , ' .,;._; [oraiCXAlJ - Wab Dbpabtmbb_*, Apjdtanx _Giniual'_s ) OmoK, Washington, April 28,1868. f /GENERAL ORDTERS'TJp. 105.—The organi-VT'ziftion of an IhYalld" Corps is hereby authorized. . ¦ '•'-'• '-' J ' • Tfiik Corps shall consist of Companies/and if it shall hereafter be thought _Ikstftff Battalions. ' ui . ' The Companies shall be made up from the following sources, * J vii. • - J j , -i9i . > °? . ° ° ° ¦ ° .. ° ¦Third, By accepting tiiose officers and enlisted men who have been Honorably discharged on account of wounds or disease contracted in the line of duty, and wbo desire to re-enter the service. In the case of an officer, application for appointment must be made to the Provost Marshal of the United Statts through the officer, detailed as Acting Assistant Provost Marshal of the State. No application' of this kind will be considered unless the following conditions are oompletely fulfilled; 1: That the applicant produce the certificate of the Burgeon *...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

Trouble Among the Copperheads. ' There is trouble among the copperheads of Pennsylvania.:; The aspirants for the Gubernatorial nomination at the hands of the copper-1 head convention, are in a gf eai_).ex!citemerit, consequent upon the development'of t_^e plots and counterplots among themselves.) Six months ago the notorious* Bill /Witte "was •8fltfe"of the nomination: Then the organiia'tion of the Demfkacy was in such,a shape as to make the; man most popular who was most in sympathy' with the rebellion. Such men as Clyttier were set aside, while _Witfe and' his1 followers were left to rule every copperhead of any influence in the Gommou wealth. But this rale did not last long. The radical'treason elements of the Democratic organisation became too furious—the power, which Witte and his followers wiefch ed, elated them beyotd _discretion, and they are * therefore_^ to-da^'at'the' m '_ercf'of _Vhfeir own' passions. The conservative _element of the Democracy took charge of the orga...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

iiiw 'ni 7_^j 'Snea_^ ' 'i_^ t_^_e ' Aray.' A' " "; -' _' While thousand _s.of our fellow, citizens, hav_« been bearing arms, _subjeoting,them8elve8 cheerfully, to the. rigors , of, discipline;, hundreds of others have'beenfollowiog' _those armies for the solo prjrpbise of speculating on their necessities. _\i Kas b_^eri _^disepver_^i,) _Jhat ' . tWe _jA_^rmj_/ if _.tjrie Potomac has been _.uaed_^by these _eneaks, as a sort df Tetreat'in which to-escape tax ition at _Ijin_^_Jthe _, dfaf^^dShe _^ burden^^_icli Jajli upon those who serve_. theircorjn _. try-inthe ar/ny _^ , ' or>whoyat ' home,1 are willing to contribute of; tneir substance for the support of the Govern-: ment. ' ] Tins ' eiy 11 ha_^ b/eeded a{ stupend6u * s " cd^*: ruption. The men,:_thus following th^^my havebeerr engaged in regulorly organiaed ( pianB to rob and defraud the private soldier, and by eyeryjp_^_eans to, niake th,eir presence in the army serve/to filLtbeir pockets,, with jnoney_; They are comp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

HANDS WANTED. 'X'WO or THREE good steady men, with s_* -._tu L knowledge of Farm or Garden woik. «:, be employed for the season. fiP TDe highest wages will _ba paid to person of the right kind. Apply to H- A. MIM_1 Keystone Nursery, May 22, 186-S. 200 Agents Wanted to Sell Iloyd's American , jHapjOf tbe United States. * PRICE $1 00. PERSONS wishing to engage in selling the?: maps can,be furniBbed, in any quantity, l. addressing D. D. BARTON, _MeCDanicsburg. Cumberland county, Pa., agent, st publisher'; prices, with freight added. A large lot of _superiot _finished laapeliuv.-Just been received. Good agents can . sell from fifteen to _thirty maps per day, and realize from $6 to $10 proiii Two hundred agents wanted immediately _iir anv nart of the United States. _Addrera ' *^ ' D. D. BARTON. Mechanicsburg, Cumberland county, _i_'.i. myl6-d8w_° ; TO ARCHITECTS. rpHE South Ward School Board will pay a J_ premium of Thirty _Dollars for a plau and Specifications for a two-story bric...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

OR. . Paid election officers $3 00 " whitewashing fences... 16 74 " for carpet -88 05 " repairing 8,.fa _^ 7 00 ' " " clover seed... 2 26 " coal for two years 14 00 " alderman'a _feesl 7 20 " making _fencej &c...... 18 70 ." ' printing and advertising *' accounts..... ' ..!..... 2120 "' refunded for Btirrennered ' * rprHB TREASURER'S STATEMENT of the JL receipts and expenditures of the Harrisburg Cemetery Association, from the 24 day of May, 1862, to the 16th day of May, 1863 : .,.,..,. DR. A. ELiiFahnestock_, Treasurer-!-, . ¦_, ; To _balance on hand May 2d, 1862.. $106 66 To cash from sale of lots, dig- . _>, ging graves, and interest . ' on Investments........... 3,621 10 8.727 7fl " ground ... " ..:.. ' 12 60 11 _invesfed in_.U. S. _bonda 2,000 00 ri Wm.Put;t,Keep- ' er,salary.....$300 00 ' Jno.PuVt,labor 287" 00. _, A. W; Putt.*' 18fift *•" Jrio.Powers" 236 26 . ^——- 840 76 Jno. A. Weir, , " secretary 1.. $26 00. A. K. Fahnestock, _treasii.- . . re_^ .._J. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

CJe Jailg CfltgnqjJ, HARBItiBUIiG_, f A. Wednesday Evening, May 21, 1863 VJS1ON STATE: _CONVENTION. The LOYAL.CITIZENS OF PENNSYLVANIA, without distinction of party, who _desire cordially_^to unite,in sustaining the NATIQNAIt AND _STAT_|_£&t>MiNlSTBATIONS,, in theirpatriotic efforts to suppress a secfctea&l and un holy rebellion against tbe UNITY OF THE _REPUBLIC, and who desire to support, by c .very power ,oX the _Government, _,onr _ftftKfiip. _trethren in arm .8, " who ~ are braving _disease and the perils of-the field <to_> _^preserve the ONION OF OUR FATHERS, are requested to select a number of Delegates equal to their Legislative representatives of the State, at such; times and in such manlier a* will best respond _tQ_,the spirit of this call s tofrneet,. In.STATE CONVENTION, at PITTSBURG, omWEBV NESDAY, the FIRST DAY OF- JULY next, at eleven., o? clock, ;_a.\m.,| on said.day,$ to, nominate candidates for the _offioea..of GOVERNOR and JUD...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

_v.- ; . :'i _jii i j; -.« _l . i'SiiaiTTT .uju ! , . _. . - ,. i . -ii-. i ¦ : : _Theipeiui_^_iagfpjftjof ya_,ll_%M,dig_^am. \ > - ¦ We-notice withoutihe least _surpiise, that the journals which have been,opposing tiieGovern--meg_^ _^e/^ri_^_s _^ of _'_^e. totf _' _yr_^_g of the Demoieratic parly; are* becoming very! _violenj _ia their denunciations , of th«j manner in which ' the traitorVaHandtgham'has been disposed of) But while these sheets are thus made to_^ WVe _sthe ._pnrppse of bringingi the . :GjiYesninentj to reproach, ¦ it>is -cheering. that thei_,people of ' i ' ocalities;Ty'hichi w ' er ' e 6rice deemed '_prefg. riaht jWith; irai'toisj.butJ wiiicli have ipeen _' purifier_^_and elevated by ithe promulgatU»» of _sojind patriotic doctrines, should through the municipal reprefentaHiTe_^e_^_dorse '- 'iierattof the ' • Gbvernmenti in rlf^^KtpTaUan_^_ghaipL, as _oge demahded ito _Ytodicafe;ita authority, iilnthe first branch bif the 0it|r eJancils-bf'BalRaior...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

9_O _O_^_O LBS .-_^MBpo8ed of _tl _*_YjWU following brands , just re oeived: .i-. . ( •_NswancsK'_s, celebrated. _^t Jm n)«_WiA E_^abb ahd Swxnrs_, zKferwt. ' ¦ ' 'Mightjwi'_s Exox&biobcanvassed. _MsoHonafs _Excbxsiob _, tut _cwantwa&w <aomOaxt canvassed. • • Ieqh'Citt, not canvassed. _Piaih Hams, strictl y prime. _GorarniT Hams, very fin*. Brfcfa bam sold _wfll be _guaranteed as r--"_***_& WM. DO:K, Jr. & uV _SfcfiO A M 9»™!-We want agent, at r Wjf-jS-:* _month, expenses pai.l, to s.-il lootrUutong Pencils , Oriental Burners, and 13 ut. new, useful aod curious articles. 15 circula Free - .a SHAW & CLARK, myl8-d_»w3_ny Biddeford_, _U_? _W7KA MONTH!—I want to hire Ag _*_Qr f _** in every county at $75 a mouth Pfinsespaid , to sell my new cheap _Familv . - mg Machines. _Address S. _MADIbON. mylg-dtw3m Alfred, ii _B_^8H .—Another large lot of M_^_tkerel , Herring, in all sizes of packages, l»r halves, quarters and kits, for sale lew by...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

MMw_^_nii_^fi_^_tmiMmk He Promises Pemberton 100,000 Men (:1 {J_' {- ;;;inT_\ro WeeiB,_^ _^ . ,,,:„ THE BLOW _'9Bi!IV'l 7il«'l: P]t0VIIARi 'IirctJ_.A_)l<> _iub _'n - .-1 ' ••! • >»!, •„.!, *.. ¦ -.- ¦ 1 ..-'• Special Dispatch to the N. T- Tribune.] ' • ¦ < _=• ¦» * _^ WA8Hara*_w,_<-Tuesday, May 26. Ajuirarz'oF j_^ff.! DA-rai io _iaiui _vfifesbTjib. We understand that Gen. Grant, in his tele gram of Friday,, _received to-day, says that, he has intercepted a dispatch ' from Jeff. Davis to Gen. PemQfertonin whfch the rebel _President pfefin ' ises the cbiamktlder: it _ViMksb_' urg'relhforcemente ' to then_'umber_'pf' a hundred thous_^tid'ikealf he_'will 'dnly'lidW out'Wd' Weeks. ... IBS; BLOW _DXAJ/C IHE PXCUIXA.H, IKSTIIUIIOJr. : Ldyal-men here are rej dicing over1 the serious blow dealt thb peculiar institution ithat forms the support; as it'was the _^_caude1 , of th« rebellion' , by _thfc6pening of _ihe ' Mississippi, which flows for many mile_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

A NelecHon for Preelddnt4n«L»irectore of the A. Franklin Railroad Company will be held at the Company's _office in Harrisburg, onTueaday_<the 2d day ot ! June next,-betwben theh_^ure of 10 a- "• »nd 4 p . u. E. M. BIDDLE, my26-2t . „ . _Secretarjj j CAUTION! A LL persons are hereby notified not to nego-XX tf_^te for a* check drawn- by Henry Fink, payab1erto_*George: C. Bamit_^ior vthe sum of $28 80 as payment of the same has been stopped. my262to ., . $45 REWARD H OR-E STOLEN—Was stolen from the stable of the subscriber, residing in South Hanover township, on the night of the 22d insL, a STRAWBERRY ROANi HORSR, about eix years eld. He had no shoes on hind ftet whtn stolen. . $25 reward will be paid for the recovery of the (horse and $20 for tbe detection ot tbe tbief. Address JOHN STOUT, mv26-8L° ¦ _Hummelstown _^ Pa.- _^' $26 _REWARBO npHE undersigned having,lost his pocket X book, at or near the .. depot of this place, would beg that the finder of it would leave it at...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

., " j_^e Cbppjriieg&jjr^*itors ?;. . . .} Mr. W. A-Porter; "Ofi_^reene connty_^i i> enn_| Bylyania_, was _inTnakMI_^ a _feW_^al_^slfacej when " ho _wns _solicited^'D_^C_^_arjes _^ gejI_^_U_^^e _Pretftdent of the _\fCe_»t_»_lTiBpmocraiic * -C_^bf 'j to appear at the Club Houserand _address/ the rabbae' which _usually vom_^'_^^^_ndJMuls at that resort. .fljp_^Bortet has \Men and_«6til| _^, a . Democrat—but that son of toriesjaqd toW himself, _Ingersoll_, supposed'that' he _was ofmd ttaitbr stripe of Dempcxatis.; itecordingi y; -_^hen ' Jf_^^j Pp_/_jieri appearoi-na _| Ijie _^ blub_^duse, lie very much astonished the copperheads by de claiijag that he was a jwar Dapaocrat j-jthat he was _^ convinced]it was the, _,d,utjr _^ of SYery_^ue man to suppott _thejadmirastotion in its'effofts to putdQw_^reheliioniiand ;^t _alla?b]_f oppose those efforts .were-' alike a _trfeitors with _thosd_^ri arms. Srich a _speeb|[J_^_6i: nbtiddked for *b' y In|etBf>ll. The officer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 27 May 1863

iSenf _^vtxtietments Pbovost Marshal Gt_»EEAi. '!5 Office, t Washington, D. C_, May 22J, 1863 f ALL men who desire to join _aoy particular Regiment of Cavalry now in the field, are hereby authorized to present themselves at any time during the next thirty days to the Board of Enrollment in their respective Districts. The Board shall examine them, and determine upon their fitness for the Service, and if fourjd to be tit, the .Provost Marshal of fhe District shall give them transportation tickets to the general rendezvous, at the headquarters of the A A. Provost Marshal General of the State. As soon _W they present themselves at this general rendezvous they ehall be»_daly mastered by a mastering and disbursing officer, and paid by him tm btiatity atlowedJ by law ' . JAMES B. FRY, Provost Marshal General. . Hit: .uiiiic-iiU Nora—This order is published for the benefit of those who desire to avail themselves of the advantages offered by the Government. Application will be made a...

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