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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

New Gaods—-Jnst Opened! AT BERGNER'i BOOK AND STATIONERY STOBE embracing every new and improved style of POCKET BOOKS, MAGIO;CUBBENCr HOLDEKS, CALF SKIN P0CKE1 BOOKS, BUCKSKItf _PUIiSES, PORXiiONAIES, &c, at prices to suit all circumstances. POCKET CITTLJ-RY , Consisting of a fine assortment of Westenholm'_s Superior Pocket Knives. GOLD PENS, From Newton's celebrated manufactory. Every NictD _Otttofrtittnifnta Pen sold with a guarantee. POBT FOLIOS, WBITING CASES, EOSh-WOOD DESKS, PAPETERIES, &c] Together with every article usually found in a first class Book and Stationery - establishment, at BShGNKR'S mvl2 ; 51 Market Street. AND HARRISBURG. Die Philadelphia Depot being centrally located, the drayage will be at the lowest rates. The Conductor goes through with each train to attend to the safe delivery of all goods ietru ted to the line. GoodB delivered at tbe depot of FREED, WABD'& FREED, 811 Market street, Philadelphia, by 6 o'clock P. M., will be ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION _BIHGUR SUBSCRIPTION. The _Imjiy m,KQBAPH is served to _ajibscrl bers in 'lie City at Scents per week. Yearlj Bub-u _ribtiri will be charged $4 00 la advance. Weekly Tklwjraph. Xhi_; Telegraph is also _published weekly anc faru-stted to Bubtcribers at the following cast rates : Single copies, weekly $1 0( Te-i _copit h, to one _poatoffice. 9:(X Twoaiy " " " 17.0C AiveBnema Bates.—The following arc_^_tbe i iit-aojor advertising in the Tklbghaph. Those h&vl _' iz. advertising to do will find it convenient for reference. ! _jllT boat lines or less: constitute one-hat _«qu!vro. _Eight tinea or more than, foot _consti _tnttw a nnnure. ft fftfliM O _».- _t_£ _,_— |_i t-k |_i ** M : *, «• £ i?_£ ggSggggggggSgg-fg_: '¦ . °°° _^ _? 3 _^_l '''~—'"— -:.-. . «* _£.§: -g. gg ' -I P5 O.^« wwtOlUHH' • "S_? j _g: ¦ ••*— —r. "2. t_> oocvoocoo<-itooaoco 5.* !•>•<» 3 » - _Q - Coo 50offoooo •? . B> _< = £ r< -"_^n~...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

FROM GEN. ROSEGRANS' AEMT •_mt i REBEL _CITOEY _tW _BBOKBIT UP — -,m- ' ._~ *" M _": ¦ ""' . _MusFBJtBSBOBo, May 26. Colonel Wilderwith his mounted infantry, returned this afternoon fromatdp in the direction of McMinnville, whither hd bad gone in cearch of rebel cavalry under Brecklnridge. ; The entmy's pickets were encountered, a short d stance beyoud Woodbury. The firing attracte i the attention of the rebels in the vicinity, who collected in considerable force to annoy and impede our advance. . ( A running _s_^irmishj_^_s kept up for several miles, and twelve miles this tide of McMinn ville our forces came on the camp of _Rreckin _ridge'_s forces, who hastily decamped. ; We pursued them cRsely, however, and Colonel Wilder succeeded ia capturing 9 prisoners and 25 horses, and 30 bead of beef cattle, Having secured the prisoners and burned the tents and baggageJeft by the rebel cavalry, our forces.puth _^ d rapidly forward skirmishing with abd driving the enemy until' wit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

FROM FORTRESS MONBOE Fortress Monroe, May 2b. The flag of truce steamer State of Maine, from City Poiut, arrived this morning with sixtyseven exchanged Union officersamong them Captain Brown and Lieutenant _Carstair, of tbe gunboat _IndianoJa. She also _brought back fourteen rebel officersthe rebels having refused to give our officers in exchange. They were sent to Fort Norfolk. .. : The rebels are holding a Lieutenant as a hostage for one executed by Geu. Buruside. The Richmond Whigol the 25th inst. has the _followice: ' _IMPORTANT IT THUS. "Our Foutbern exchanges ventilate a rumor that General Johnston has taken from General Pemberton hia sword, and placed him!under arrest. * . "Gen. Forrest and Staff arrived at ShelbyvilleTenn., on tbe 14th inst. He is to take command of Gen. Van Dora's division. " _TratAHOMA, May 23-—The rumor of the capture of two of our regiments in front with one piece of artillery is not true. The enemy did surround and capture a email outpost_^ of s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

%\_t Mtml Enmors from the Army of the Potomac —i—~m_± ¦ _¦ -., ' New _Yosr, May 27. A special dispatch from Washington to the Evening Post sa}S: A council of war was held yesterday at the White House. It was the result of the lata visit of° Senators Wade and Chandler to the Army of the Potomacand _hid reference to the offensive movements which the rebels in Virginia have been for some time threatening. General Honker is said to express the opinion that they are bringing up all their forces irom Charleston and probably Noith Carolina for tbe purpose of making an awgiessive movement. In view, however; \ of tbe publicity which : has been given to _theee threats by rebels _themselves, it seems more likely that their design is to provide fpr defence of Richmond, and by their usual bluster deter Hooker from making another immediate FE0M WASHINGTON.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

_JLoyitl lie_«_gu.e Convent ion. Utica, N. Y , May 27. The city isalive withdemousrrattutis incident to the mass convention of Loyal Leagues. There will probably be a stupendous g»_the it g •ia Chancellor f-quare. Arrangements hava been made to dine 1,300 returned _s< _Idiers, who are gathered from various parts of tbe State. Hon. Henry A. Foster will preside at the meeting and addresses' will be mado _t>y Lvtuaa FreemaD, Daniel Dickinson. H. J. li _^ _iuo .d_, Charles W. Wye, _Juhn Van Bareu aud othuiij. [second _dispatch ] Utica May 27.—A la>g« _multitu !e in iu Httendauce at the _mnss _conveutioii and all factious of ihe Stae are represented. Speeches are being made from three stand.i, and the 26 h, 140tb, 4 b, 59.h ami luth li u,iments ate here, together _witu tijuidts from. several other regiments. Great _eiiihusi_^m and gehetal good feeling prevails.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

.. - Tbe _Hauonal _Finances. Philadelphia, ilay 27 _Jiy Cooke, _general sub criptiou a_^eijt_, reports the sale .of $2,329,000. in -_R _20'.- to _d.ty, a* follows : New York aiid New _Jersey, f 900-000; Boston and New England, $46U,_« l|0, Philadelphia and Pennsjlrauit, 5I0 _. 0LU; O; i >, $170 000; Washington, D C , _SliO 00u; Indsana, $75,000; Wheeling, Va., $20,000; Webiern States, $54 600. The delay ia getting decisive and _fnvorab'e oewsfrom Vicksbnrg has had lo _sens.b_.t) etfrct upoo ihe sale of thtee bonds. _hubs.ui_*rti look more to the final _success of tho Oov_^itimeiit and to the security which is given tban-to she present and prompt gains upon such inv_^ atments. -'While success may _further _iucreas» tbs 'laily subscriptions, delay or _tailnro does Lot lessen the Milling contributions which the people are making in the glorious <jhu e.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

FfiMBERTOJf AND UIS _AUMI _UEPOUTKD TO HAVE _ESCAPED. ¦•» • • - ¦ - . ¦ Philadelphia, May 27:* A special dispatch to iho Bulletin, Irom Cincinnati to-day, says :—''The latest advices received here from _Vicksbnrg, through Union _douices, are to Friday hist, 2-t in tant. At that time a vigorous bombarduao.i > .town by land and water was goibg on. ' A special dispatch irom Murfreeslc t.ty_$ that rebel piisoners report that on Si.n'i y 1 .at a courier _dashed up with a _dispatch from Gen era! Breckiuridge to General Wheeier,_; at McMinnyille, acknowledging that Yicksburg bad fallen, but that General Pemberton hal escaped with almost all his aimy, bat had left his artillerv.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

Til!-; TELEGRAPH. 19 PUBLISHED MORNING AND EVENING, By GEORGE BEBGNEB. Office Third Street, near Walnut.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

HARRISBURG, PA., THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 28, 1863.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

THE SIEGE OF VICESB.UBG. Seports from Rebel Prisoners _ftt _Murfireestidro, • • •— _H» ... ¦' • . VICKSBURO SAID TO HAVR FALLEN.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

Cjje J ailg f degrap|_. _UABBUBUBG, PA, ThnrRdav Et« nins. Mai 28, 1_SC3 I»et _Uie _Cliristian Preacher Preach, lioyaliy. The Marshals appointed t« conduct tbe proceedtngs of the draft, in conjunction with tbe Commissioners and Surgeons to act fur the same purpos-?_, are fast organizing the districts In which they are to operate. While these officers are thus engaged, the secret enemies of the Republic, the politicians and demagogues who have been embarrassing the Government ever Since the rebellion was precipitated, are also at work. The object of these latter parties is to render the Administration, which is compelled to enforce stern laws, odious. In many por tions of the country this can easily be done, simply because there are localities where the people have not felt the burdens of the war or seen the importance of the stake iniplved in this conflict. Such as these love their country, because they have become prosperous, fat, wealthy and influential under its protection....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

PUBLIC SALE OF AALUABLJb* LANDS, _BBTBO PART OF THK C_7olebro»k _Furaac_? _Estate. TTTILL be _offered at PUBLIC SALE, on THURSDAY, THE 11th DAY OF JUNE, 186a, at the residence of Philip Quigley, _Sr., n_< ar < 1 • road leading from Colebroutc _toUumpbellBtown \i milts from COLEBBOOK, tbe ful;_owing 1BA0TS OF LAND, Bituate in _Lebanon _couu 1 y ' viz: 2 TRACTS, of about 40 and 108 ACRE_\ re 8pectivelr, situate on the road leadiu.- (r..m Colebrook to Cdmpi_^_ligtown , and tidj \umi lands of D.Flory and Jon_*_s C. Brinser. "* '_ll.e-e _TRACTS are well watered, with Timber enoi l'L for fenciog, and are suitable fur either farruiu_^ Mor pasture. The 108 ACBE TRACT u*_i on it a gocd LOG AND FRAME HOUSE (now occupied by P. Qaigley, .-r.,) a F_^AMt 8TABLE, Well of Water near the do _^r _il» considerable portion is nnd-r fen _^._mr ' 2 0879 8 _T_^_JJif'^ - _^d 81.) containing 6 and 8 ACRES respectivel y, _adjo,niDg land, of Joseph Gingrich and _oihere, on the road leading...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

The latest official intelligence from _Vicksburg is up to 4 o'clock on Sunday morning_^ when all was represented a* going on well. .' ' Chicago, May 27.—A special dispatch from Cairo, to the Journal, eays : ? ' The paroled prisoners, who left Sherman's Landing on the 23d hut., state that a bearer of dijpatchea from General Pemberton to General Johnston had been captured. The dispatch bearer reported that the number of rebels at _Vicksburg was between 25,000 and 30,000 men. On Friday morning General Pemberton sent a flag of truce to General Grant offering to surrender Vicksburg, if the latter would allow his command to lay down their arms and march out. This offer was refused. - \ On Thursday, the rebel batteries on the: north of the town were taken , and burned. On the same day the batteries at the" foot of the hill were captured; and on the seme evening the water batteries below Vicksburg were taken by Gen. Porter's mortar boats. , THE LATEST FB0M YIOISBURG CONTINUED TRIUMPH ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

From Huntingdon County, ¦ • — THE BEABON WHY AND HOW THB SOLDIERS DESTROY KD THR 8EOBt-6ION MONITOR—THH _tACXi STATED BY A TRUTHFUL MAN. Correspondence of the Telegraph.] _^ ' '\ Huntingdon, May 25, 18o3. On the return of th_* soldiers of the 125th regiment P. V.,- to Huntingdon, they were kindly and warmly received by their friends , and they well deserved the most affectionate greeting a loyal community could give. A collation was given, and everything was jubilant as Buch an occasion could prompt. The: only " plague spirit" and "festering sore" was the vile copperhead printing office in the borough, which published a paper styled the _^Monitor." A more traitorous sheet was never' printed in the Union—a disgrace to any loyal communit y. This paper had vitlified the army officers and soldiers—the Government, the Administration —President Lincoln, Secretary Seward, Chase, ftanton, Haileck, &a.—lauded Jeff. Davis _auo the Confederates to the skies, to the disgust of all g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

NetD _^Ofrtisi-Tne-i'5. rrfrjie TRE AfcUKKRs _>TA 1E v. i-:;; _v X rec iptsand •. x;e: ' .iK-ns-T th>-r;. _Cemetery _As?_"*'iii'»f|n1 Irom the li • ¦ day - 1862, to the 16th day vt M_^y, 1363 : A. K. _Fahuestock. Treasurer—To balance on haLd May "id, 1862 •¦ *1 _' --To _cath Tom tale of lots, digging graves, m-d _iutere.-t on investmeiite 3,»>2l \ 3,727 r Paid election officers $3 00 '• _whitewashing fences. 1« 74 " for carpet 38 05 " repairing _s fa 7 00 •• clover seed 2 2& " coal for two ytars 14 00 " alderman'a fees 7 20 11 m-kiog _iecce, &c 18 70 " printing and advertising accounts 2120 " refunded for _surr«nnered ground 12 60 •« invested in U. S. bonds 2,000 00 " Wm. Putt _. keeper, salary $300 00 Jno. Putt labor 287 00 A. W. Putt " 18 50 Jno-Powera" 236 25 840 75 Jno. A. Weir, _Sfcretary... $25 00 A. K. Fabnestuck, treasurer 60 00 Superintend'_^. 60 00 125 00 Balance in treasury... 62132 3,727 76 A. K. FAHNESTO_^K, _lreasurer. CEMET...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

FROM WASHINGTON _^ttfotff fat _nTVfortftttm gjLravCftl UJJ _vbWJJJ' _ttJjlh A Baid on Alexandria Anticipated SKIRMISH NBAB _BITLL BUN THE REBELS DRIVEN TEN MILES _WASHiNaTOir, May 28. All male contrabands in the neighboring city of Alexandria, have been put to work on entrenchments in this neighborhood. The provost marshal has had a lively time impressing them. Sunday was a busy day for that business. Great alarm was caused by a _report that Stuart intended to make a raid into Alexandria. Mosel>y is at Catiett's. - General Heimzlemra and staff on Monday visited and inspected the fortifications. ¦• • ; ; • ¦ ¦ ¦• .. • The Rev. Mr. Stewart, who has left Alexandria for Europe _. _is the same man who was _atr<-sted about a year ago, while officiating in the St. . Paul's church, by Oulonel< _Farnsworth, and about whom much was said in the newspapers at that time. • v,: Our pickets were attacked yesterday, come where in the vicinity of Bull Bun, and one of t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

, Heavy Forgeries. .. . ,: " N*w _Yobk, Ma_^28. Several forged drafts, _signed by F. G. Adams, Chicago, and drawn on Thompson & Brothers of New York, have been detected today, including one. for $4 80_^ front 'Washingtou Messrs. Thompson & Bro. say they have _eeeo _$200;000 worth of forged drafts ' _thtjg &r, coming from Philadelphia , Baltimore and Washington. They, suppose the rogues are at work elsewhere. ' . ',"' : . -'- ¦ OPERATIONS OP THB PIRATES. _Nmt Yohk, May 28? The ship Charles Hill-, which is among the vessels reported to have burned by tbe Alabama , bad salt in her hold, and an assorted cargo between decks. There was no insurance on the ship, as the owners considered that her _English cargo would protect her. *" * .. . —tt —< 111 > ' ,; '' .-, Deatb or Ex-Goyernor Mattln of _Itew ' Hampshire. Dovbb, N: H., May 28. Ex Governor Noah Martin died this morning of app _' oplexy. * ' '' ' - ; .-. ¦ Sailing of tbe Steamer_^ Anerica. B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

RECRUITS WAiNTKD. "COR 47ik BEGIMENT. P. V., r COL. T. H. GOOD, CommaAdn _, Stationed at Key West, Florida. Apply to Lieut. W. W. GEETY , 2d Street, oppo_»i:e Precibyteriau (^_nurch. [Patriot and Union, P<-rry _Cowjiy _Democrat, and Atuer can, _Bloomfield, co _^ ,-, ono Uiuutn _an<J _«end bill to this office fur collection imrutdi ately.] m\26 lm° HANDS WaNThD. 'T'WO or THREE good sU ady men, with some X knowledge of Farm or Garden woik, will be employed for the reason. py Toe highest wages will _ba paid to perron: of the right kind. Apply to 11. A. MLS1I. Keystone Nursery, May 22, 1863. 100 Agents Wanted to Sell Iloyd's Americar Map of the United Slates. pbice $100. PERSONS wishing to engage in selling these maps can be furnished, iu any quantity,by addressing D. D. BABfuN, _MtCuaoicsturg_, Cumberland county, Pa., agent, at publisher'i prices, with freight added. A large lot of _superior finished maps have }_ust been-received. Good _agenta can sell _frou fifteen t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 28 May 1863

MABKETS BY _TELEGRAPH _Phuadblphia, May 28. Breadstufis moved slowly and piioes are droopin? ; sales of 1,600 bbls. Ohio extra family aft $6 87_£@7 00, and Bupeifinein a email way, at $5 76(«^6 00. No change in _xye fiour or corn meal. Wheat drooping and _olaFy 2_^000 bus. red sold at $1 66@l 68, and a small Wtbl white at $1 70@l 80. Bye is steady at $1 08. Corn is dull and mcch lower, and salts of 4,000 bus. yellow at 86c. Oats in fdir demand at _72@73c. Provisions are steady and sales nf new mess pork at $14 50@16 00, and old . at $12 37i, bams in pickle at 8|@9_£ and in salt at 7i. Lard is dell at 10$. Cotfe« firm _andknalliales of Bio at 31@32_i, Whisky firm at 44_}@46. Baxtimorb , May-28_» Flourvvery dull; Howard street superfine $6 26. Wheat declined l@2c. Cb|n=dnttand inactive; white at 88@896and yelrow_* at870 88c. Oats advanced l@2c. _Whiskv _fiiia jJt 44c. Coffee quiet; Bio at 30@81c. V\^ iri_»Tot _fe Ma_.28. . -. Cotton quiet at 60@51c. _Floufsteadv gales of 11,00...

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