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

" ¦ ' -V"*_- .. : ¦'" -_^ : The Batteries Abova and Below Vioks-_^ burgCaptoed. . _* _fe • •• ¦ - • ._%i_JL" ¦_'¦ •;¦• ;;• . • si ' Chicago, May 28. A special dispatch from Cairo, says: Gen. Lee, of KanEas, confirms the report that;the two outer works of the enemy * were t _tken in Friday's attack on the fortifications. The bat- ' tie was sanguinary find the _ftderaHlbas severe. The rebels fought with coolness and _despera tion, reserving iheif fire until our fdrcet came within murderous range. They wet e driven back, however, by main force, into_^ the last line of eutreuchmeutB. " This was the _iliuatioil on Fiiday evening. v .. ,r •' ¦ ¦¦ ' Jackcon, Mississippi,, has . befefn1 "dfstroyed, .and tbe Federal army which occppi_;ed the place are aciiDg as a reinforcement for * Gen. Giant, When the boats left on Saturday morning, the mortar boats were throwing occ_#si5cnal shells .:, -.. . 1 ] We have captured thd batteries both above and below the town. . • JiaKSQV. MISS.,,_DESTROY...

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

Thbke _Ggtsbnors and three distinct sets of State officers will be elected on the 28th inst., in what was, three years ago, known and recognized as the Commonwealth of Virginia. Tbe new State, which-has been clipped from the proportions of the Old Dominion, as a punishment for her rebellious practices, comes into the UnioD on an equal footing with the elder sisters, on the 19th of Jane next; and as a preparatory act She will choose her State officers to-day, Thursday. She has already an unconditional Union ticket in the field for-State officers.— The loyal citizens of the eastern shore have also brought forward a ticket for the government of the old State, which will be voted for in the, counties of Alexandria, Norfolk, ' Nansemond, Accomac, Northampton and Princess Ann. The centre and southern portions of the State, which are under He dominion of Jtft. Davis, will likewise hold their canvass at the Same time, and elect their own Governor, to succeed John Letcher, the present un...

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

OWKM Ot TBS _BaKBOBORQ COTTOH Co I -' „ _Harrieburg, Pa., May 18, 1863 f A Nelection wiU be _^ held_^t the officeo ' f the £± undersigned, in Walnut etreet, near Sechour D s of2 and 4 o'clock, p. it " , for a President £_«_S? _CL_^7 *_ae ™TOr - _^ *»*»_£ - _ggaa_. JQabdkn sj _beos. -;_. - ¦ . , • i_^^.^^banon,N.Y, and 1 1 ai._™ i_« r889 *Br ?» Bosneeter, N. Y. f *P14 , WM_._DOQ_^j _^l _oQ ' K&&LSK IPS'* 1®'8 BOOKSTORE,

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

T. m. p. j_± ajaANp oonoeet _HARMONIC SOCIETY! On FRIDAY _ETENIHT6 _, r IN THE _COUBr HOUSE. THE celebrated CANTATA, "THE HAY MAKEBS," will be given under the direction of Mr. SUas Ward. The entire proceeds of the Concert will be given to the United Slates Christian Commission. Tickets 25 cents. For sale at the Book, Music and Drag Stores. * , my25-td The " Libretto " (containing, all the words) will be for sale at Ward'a Mmc Store , Third street Piice 10 cents.

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

_Notioe to Bridge €ontraotora. _flTEE subecribere wjUl receive separate ' propo-J, _sala for the building of two n_«w bridges—one of 75 feet span and the other of 80 feet span—both ,of said bridges to be of one span each. Said I ddgea to be built across _WiconJsco creek, in Dinphin county, the one a few miles east of Millert burg and the other about seven tulles, east of the . ' same place. The saideitee are refpectiveiykhownaBCQoper'sFording and _Qood'_tf Fulling Mill Bridge. Said bridges to be erected on, the Burr Tup Arch Plan. _Proposale will be received up to June the 22d, (M_< nday,) 1863 at 3 o'clock p. u , at which time the said proposals will be opened and contracts awarded Persons _wiohiog to->propose c*n have printed _specificMtioDS no application, by lector or otherwise, tit the _office of tbe County _Commio_^_oners, at Harrtsbnrg, on which _prepwals should be indorsed. _GEORGE GAKYESfOH, - HENRY MOYEB, JACOB J. M1LLEISEN, my27-d*wtd _Commiesioners.

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

Departure of the. &4_: th Mass- (Colored) Eegimentr _^ - _EHTHUSIA.8M OF THE PEOPLE. ¦ Boston, May 28. One of the most enthusiastic, exciting and demoB8trativalccal military events of the war, took place, to day, to commemorate the departure of the 54th _MaasachuBettfl (colored) regiment'for South Carolina. ' , The ranks or the regiment were entirely full. The men werej dref Bed in the regular _Uiited States uniform_^ and splendidly tquipped,; and headed by a full band of colored _musicians. The regiment made a magnificent appearance. After being reviewed on Boston Common by Got. Andrew, the regiment embarked in tbe steamer Demalay, which is to sail immediately. The march of the regiment through the city was attended with the most enthusiastic cheering. Ju

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

VALUABLE PROPERTY AT PUBLIC SALE. IN pursuance ot the last will and testament of JohnSele, dee'd, will be exposed to public sale, on _SATpjftDAY_, THE 13th DAY OF JUNE, at the Court House, in the City of Harrisburg, at two o'clock, p. x , a VALUABLE TBACT OF L_>ND, situate in the city of Harrisburg, on the Jonestown road, * adjoining property of John Shoop, William _AUiion and the _g#h _5le _^^ 8tate . _^¥_^8 the property of John _Sek t.***0 _* oontiuupg twenty-one acres, more or It88,, erected thereon is a good two _storv FBAME HOUSE AND BAMT _. _lther ont ££& . pBCHAftD _™161_" ' *Ild * _^^y °UDg A _*PLB _^ Sale tb .cooimence at two o' clock, as above stated, when the terms and conditionsioi gale will be made known by JOHN BRADY Administrator do _bonls non C. T * A my25-td

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

VALUABLE pEBAL ESTATE JOB .-.-.- SALE, ON the corner of State and Filbert streets, now occupied as a MACHINE SHOP AND FOUNDBY. ' The lot is 76 feet on State and 175 00 Filbert. The building on the corner of State and Filbert _streets is 76.feet by 80, witb a wing on Filbert 60 by 80 fett, witn a wiog on the west end 18 by 80 f«ftty all two stories high. This property can easUy-pe _converkdi _ioto a. _Utge Hotel or seven or eight dwellings. There is also a two story warehouse on the corner of Filbert _street and North alley, 28 By 3t) feet, that can be altered into two dwellitgs; in th_« rear oi tbij building 4b a toundiy, wbich may be altejed into dwelling* also* Tbe above property, with all the machinery in complete running order * id |or sale as it is, or the real estate without the machineirmy27-d2ir] ; • T. " H. WILSON & CO.

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

Ne» _^_boettistinents. WAN l _Ef) 10 BENT.—A small house, or 8 or 4 rooms. Near B mud House preferred. _AddrerS_, for three _davt», m28-2t _WESTOS_. this rffice. NOTICE. rpHE _Tnembers of FULTON _COUNCIL NO JL 35, O. U. A M., are rtqutsted to meet at their hall (Wyeth'a building) on Friday, tbe 29th of May, 1863, at one o'clock in the afternoon, precisely, to attend the funeral of their deceased Brotter, Jacob Shbajtbr. Br order_, my27 2t MOSES FLECK, B. S. FiB BENT.—--Two n_«w* houses, located in _fitter _alleyt _ftear Tine street. Apply to Samuel _T)e4mia|r» e _^ rS«bnd street, corner of Market square, or to MBS. SWABGEB, _i my26-2t tf - _Ontbe premises.

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

. B. T. 6X6811_^8 Concentrated Condensed or Pulverised SOFT SOAP. rpHBEE gallons of handsome white SOFT JL SOAP made in five;minutes. No grease required. • DiBKoriOMS.—Dissolve one pound of B. T. Bab'.itt'_s Concentrated Condensed or Pulverised Soft Soap in one gallon of boiling water, then add. tfco gallons ot- warm water. When cool you wills have three gallons of Bmimmt White Soft Soap _, /; , Ten pounds will make one barrel of soft soap. The eoap thus made is an excellent wash fox trees, shrubs and plants of all kinds. Juat lecoived and for Bale by a WE 30CKrJ«.,&CO., _|mj27] Market St., opposite the _Gonrt House.

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

FROM CINCip&TI, SENTENCE OF A _SRTIEDE&ER. Movements of the Rebels in Kentucky - • Cincinnati, May 28. The colored man, Thomas Mamins, convicted of the murder of Gao. W. Walters, was _sentened _ta b« hang on Sept. 11th- J Advices from Kcutooky- represent all qniet in Bun side's front. The rebel force in Wayne county is estimated from six to eight thousand. Pegra-n'_s headquarters is located-this side of _Monticello, in Gilbert's fiont. Much speculation and uncertainty is rife as to rebel intentions. A bold stroke is evident. s _-

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

Specimen. Bricks. The spirit and temper of the recent * Tallandigham meeting in New York can be understood from the following specimen bricks, as collated f.om the report of "_^the proceedings of that treasonable assemblage. Every manjthos uttering his damnable sentiments, is a leader in the Democratic party, a minister at the altar over whUh hang the flesh pot* cf parly and low ambition. We submit these sentiments, however , as no more than those which are daily promulgated through the columns of tbe Tory Organ: Mr. J. A. McMasters _, recently of JPort Lafayette, said: ¦ -." _" ' ... . "That Vallandigham was imprisoned oh account of his virgin love for his country; that (here is no question about the independence of the. South , became SMthernfreemenwill takecveoftha t ; _tljat theS..uth is free aud _independent :.bw; that the question is about ihe liberty of the fr. emen ot tbe North; that tho.-e liberties must bu preserved bp nrganizitiot.; that those organize ions ought to...

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

*45 REWARD HOB-E 8TOLEN—Was stolen from the stable of the subscriber, residing in South Hanover _township, on tbe night of the 22d inst., a STBAWBEBHY BO AN _HOB8R, about -ix years old. He had no shoes on hind feet wh<-n stolen. - *; $26 reward wtti be paid for the recovery of the horse and $20 for the detection of the thief. Address JOHNSTOOT, mj26-8i»' . ' Hummelstown, Pa.

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

10x80 WM DOCK, Ji, A r o _T^™a _W _^0_^UITAR AS, A H_^ffiSfflL Add ress at WM. KNOuHK> * ¦¦» Stow , 99 Market street. Imr9-3aie

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

_Maxx ' _ito On May 24th . at Middletown, by Bev. D. A L_» _liaverty, Habrt W. Shb&bK& to Awn:_« Fbkbs. bo1, h of _Harrisburg.

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

H A B R 1 _s B IT B G _, P A - Thnrslay _Evetnne. May 88, 1863 OWH AND _COUNTRI _j»«Thb regular monthly meeting of the Ladies *tTaion Eslief Association will beheld on Sat-•" m_^F afternoon at three o'clock, in the school _TSSye on the corner of Walnut street and Eiver ,4j_^py.* The members of the association will ¦ JIB*86 _b_® punctual. _^JasBBLTTEimoN, _Fitter Citt Zovwes.—A meeting v ;flpfrthe First City Zouaves will be held at their aUttory, this (Thursday) evening at 7 o 'clock. Jglmctual attendance is requested, as business of J_>rtar.Cti will be transacted . By order of L. P. CHBSTEB, Secretary. a y Parties.—We notice lately that May iea ate becoming _faehiooable institutions in _ra_£|_g midst. Every day or two a party of this ?* _T Wpratter is seen, either going to, or returning "_^_fm _tn the country—those returning generally _jgJgfiLiug their hands full of flowers, or a _garland "_^ _M braucuea and blossoms deck_'ng their heads. <\ _^ _<». • _^...

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

_filefcual. J_^OT A Ii C O H O L I C . A HIGF_1LY CONCFNTRAIEL VEGETABLE EXIUAC1. A PUi-E " IONIC. DR. HOuFLAND'S GEKMAN _BIITKKS. Pr_^_nn rKi tiy Dr. C. M. JACKSOS, Phiiadelp h_^, Pa. Will effectually cure Liver Complaint . D>8[ieosia, _Jaundice. Chronic or N-rvous D_^_binty, _Dieeascs •>f the Kidne\8, and all dii_^ea _es _nrisn g from a disordered Liver or _Stomach, sue b a-* Constipation, Inward Pil_^B, FulInt-68 ot Blood to tiio Head , Acidify of tne Stomach, Nausea, Heartburn, Disgust for Foorl. Fullness or weight in th-f Stomach , SourEructalioiisSiukinwor Flutteiing at ih- Pit of the _Stomicb_, Swiumiine; of th<"Head, Hurried _aEd _Difficult Breathing, F uttering at th_« Heart, Ghubing or fc>uti»>c ting Sensations when in a lying p 8_ture, Diinue-s of Vi8iou, Dots or Webs before the Sight, Fever and Dull Pa'n in the _Hend. Deficency of P<r--piration, Yello-nessoi iht Skin and _Eyta, P.in in the Side, _Bick, Cheat, Limb_^. * c....

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

T,.,"J- _McGlIIf AN, Importer and wholesale dealer in THREAD, TAPES, HOSIERY, Notions* &o-» MATCHES AND BLACKING, No 2 Strawberry Street, PhUaddphia. f25-d3m DRIED FED IT. . rvRIED Peaches, (pared) Dried Peaches, (_unpared] Dried Apples. Dried Plums, _Driest Cherries. Dried Blackberries. For sale by [aprlO] WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO [ DOCTOR A. H. STifiVENS, _iflLKClKlUAL. _PHYSICIAN, is curiiigl all CHRONIC D1S-[ EASES, both of Ladies and Gentlemen, by a new method in the use* of Electricity alone, without any Medicine, or even any Pain. BOARD may be had, with Treatment, by Patients from abroad, at reasonable rates, in the Doctor's Family. LE CTERS applying for circulars or further information will be promptly answered. Office and Residence at 1418 SOUTH PENN_^QUaRE, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, being in a con-) tral as well as delightful part of the city. V Cut this out for future reference. J ap8-d3taw3m ' ; ffarrisburg Yenitian Blind Factory, BLINDS made to orde...

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

_^_cto _^ _bmxixstmtnis "PHE PUBLIC aTe cautioned against _tht L 8PURI008 articles of LYfi for makiu{_j SOAP, &c, now f-ffer_«d for sale. ' The only GENUINE and PATENTED Lye is that madt ay the PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUKAC TURING COMPANY, their trade-mark for ii being ••_SiPONlFIEB, OR CONCENTRATED LYK." The great SUCCESS of this article hae led UNPRINCIPLED PARTIES to endeavor to IMITATE it, in violation of the Company's PATENTS. ' * All MANUFACTURERS, BUYERS or SEL LEKS of these SPURIOUS Lyes, are hereby NOTIFIED that the COMPANYhavo employed dB the . ir ATTObNEYS, GEOBGE HARDING, Esq.. of PhUa., and WILLIAM _BAKKWELL, _FsQ , of Pittsburo. And that all MANUFACTURERS, OSERS, OB SELLERS of Lye, ia violation o/ the rights; of the Company, will be _PROSECUTED aiorce. The _bArONlFIER_, or CONCENTRATED LYE, is for pale by all Druggists, _Geockks and CODNTET _StOBKS. i TAKE NO TICS. i The _Unitbd SfAT* s CiROon Covet, Western District ot PenusylvanU, _Jfo. 1 of May Term, in 18...

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

A n; assobtment ofj v i_, OVER 100 STYLES , lfl • -oi-EQOKET BOOKS, PURSES ' ANDPOBTMONAIES FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, MS ; KELLER'S .V • Drug and Fancy Goods Store, " , .. _JVo. 91 Market Street. _WM _3_Kri)ti?ttJfehteute. ,«rA FJLNE LOT OF BANKERS' GASES AND LARGE WALLETS Some Splendid New Patterns of LADIES 1 " C0MPA&MN8. The best Morocco TRAJELlNQlStATCEELSl And a general variety of FANCY GOODS; suit able for Presents, now on hand at • ¦ _;. j KELLER'S myll] Drug Store, No. 91 Market Street.

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