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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

_Wtm _^bB£rti0cmemfi j° on ° [ OFFICIAL j tt STATES _ENKOLLMEST LAWS. Wah _Depabtmibsi_._v I _Washinqton, Apiil 21; 1863.) The followiDgregolati osfbr the government of the Bureau of the Provo*t Mureual General of theUuited States, having been _approved by the _President of the United States, nu com_^ _mands that they _»e published for the government of all concerned, and that they b-s<rictly observed. EDWIN M. _STANTON, Secretaiy of War. e _, _j j _Pahaobaph 25 To euable Provost Marshals to discharge tbeir duties efficientlythey are authorized to call upon the uearest available military force, or on citizens as a posse comitatus or on United States Marshals and Deputy Mar_. -halsand these and all other persons are hereby eDioined to aid the Provost _Marthal in be execution of his lawful duties when called on so t o do. °7>.-° . * .° Pah. 62. This enrollmeBt most _isclnde:— 1 AH able bodied male. <;Ui«:n8 of the United States, between ihe a_^e of twenfy ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

_VrCKSBURU. GBANT FIGHTISQ DESPERATELY-1HE FEDERAL_^TbMY REINFORCED. THE BATTLE ON PBIDAY. —*»— Fortifications Captured and Recaptured- 5,000 KILLED AND WOUNDED, - • ... -¦?«— ¦ . REPORTED REINPORGMENTS FROM BANKS. . . —--•—— Cairo, May 28. The steamer Imperial arrived at Memphis, from below, on Monday morning. From Cap- tain Stevens, a passenger, we learn the follow- ing: Tbe fighting at Vicisburg on Friday was desperate, (generalGrant charge! the fortifications, and tooic some of thembat the rebels rallied aud retook them. There was much hand to hand fighting. Captain Stevens says Our loss on that day in killed and wounded was about 6,000. The rebels used band grenade3 when our forces attempted to storm the works. It is reported that one of General Banks' corps had _arrived at Warrenton to reinforce _Geu. Grunt. . STILL LATER. ; ' - . . _, .. -i-4-_^.-—*: • • _- ¦ ¦ ¦ - ' Further Particulars of the Battle on rriday_.;-- _^.;.. '-_;_-" ;;^; BRILLIANT ENGA_^ MEfff ON- MONDAY* EVJE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

From the Eighty-Seven ; - Reg. P. V HiWJlUNAXlON .UJf _UUJj. _UEUDUIS 11 . 5 —AtSULUTlUSD OF THE EEOIStEST IN _REFERENCE THEKtTO—THE ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF H18 MARTIAL ABILITIES AND GALLANT _fEttVIOKS. Correspondence of ike Telegraph._] Wbbstee, West Va., May 15th, 1863. At a nicetinu of the officers ot the 87th regiment Penna. Vol. Iuf y., of which L-eut. Col John W. Schall was president, a committed wag appointed to draft rerolutions _exprefsive of tr. _g. -ntiments of the regiment in _relatiou to tbe resignation of Col. George Hay. The ft llowing were submitted and read before the regiment and unanimously adopted : • Whereas, Col. George Hay having been rendered incapable of active military service, from bodily infirmities, occasioned during his career as Colonel of the 87th regiment Penna. Vol TnPv.. and Whereas, Under such circumstances, he was, from a sense of doty which all men owe to themselves * for the preservation of lifeand which a true American in/, the service of hi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

Tbe Supreme Bench Editor of, the Tdtgraph.] As the d_> legates to represent the Loyal Union men of _Pennsylvania in the convention at Pitts burg have been almost entirely selected in reference to the nomination of a candidate for Governor, there is great darjger that the vast importance of a proper choice of a Judicial candidate will be lo.t sight ofand the_=evil _coneeqnences of the oveisight will only be discovered when too,late to be remedied. Q wing tp thejraried and extencive powers the •Supreme Court fe invested with, the length oi the term and the present organization of tbe •bench, it _is; of the highest importance to the people; nay_> esseniiai to tbe public welfare, that the next incumbent of the post _Bhould not only be quaUfied for the high duties of tbe station brlesral ab'ilitv and _learning, bnt _ahnntH do or tried patriotism and unconditional loyalty. Strongly impressed with these viewsj I shall be happy to find the merits of the proposed candid...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

Headquarters of the _AssUtant _rtoTDSt Marshal _dfeneral. * ' __ When Col. B »ff was _appointed assistant Prof Tost Marshal General, fyrjervice in the State of Pennsylvania / ha wa9 ordered tb report for duly in the _capital of the State, as the _assistant Pro vest Marshal Generals do in all the other States. This Col. Buff failed to do. He never _showed bis face in this city, _notwithstanding to our knowl edge, his presence was really required on many occasion*, and his . direct failure to be at his post here, has been the _source ,of much inconvenience and absolute injury to the public service1 . We now see that the headquarters of the,Assistant Provost Marshal General has bren changed from_, this city, where it waa first located, and established ip Philadelphia. The ioeonveptenc3 of this change is obvious to every one who understands the duties pertaining to the .position. No one but the Assistant _Provos&Marshal General will be accommodated, and that accommodatioo ca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

{Gem _AdLnriiiicu of tbe _stme, 1j nu> suui i.<»i • .v ••¦¦ ..'_;: _i_.w-Limired d._» _l._trs. m. .' he _il._^H \»- ian < ¦ •?¦•¦ •! not excetdiui; two jears n:T lets* _thjit ,:_i _moctua. Sec 25. And be it f urther enacted, That if ar.? person shal resist a y uiaft of mm t-nr-li-._; _onder this act into ti.e s rvite or the U'iit_«i States, or shall c Ubsei «r aid any per_^ou 10 m._i _sist any fuch diaft, or shall a-s_*ult or oh true any such officer, or shall counsel any _dn.fiei men noi t>» aop«^ar at tue place of rtndezv, u.- , or _wilfully _disau_*da them fr_. m the perU nuance of military duty _as _required by law. _su b person shall be subj ct to bummaiy _arrwt by tha _Pmunat Marshal, and shall be foitLwiih delivered to tbe civil authorities, ana, tpon conviction thereofbe punished by a ri_»e _uot exceeding five hundrtd dollars, or by imprisonment not _exceeding two years, or by both of said punishments. Sec. 88. And be it farther enacted, T...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

UNIUIK S'X'A'i'Jii WM * ma-xisji*_. Tho LOYAL CITIZENS OF PENNSYLVA NIA, without distinction of party, who desire cordially to unite in _sustaiuiDgthe NATIONAL ASD STATE AD _MINISTRATIONS, in tfaeirpatriotic efforts to suppress a s<^io _"a * _*u i_£2 holv rebellion against the UJSIIY OF iHJ REPUBLIC, and who desire to, supportby every power of the Government, our heroic orethreu in armswho are braving disease and the perils of the field to. preserve the UNION OF OUR FATHERS, are .requested to select a number of Delegates equalto theft Le gislative represent8*^68 of the State, at such times and in such manner as will best respond to the spirit of this call, to meet-in STATE CONVENTION, at PITTSBURG, on WEDNESDAY, the FIRST DAY OF JULY next, at eleven o'clock, a., m.on said dayyto notni nate _candidates for the office's of GOVERNOR anl JUDGE OF TBE _SUPREME COURTaod to take such measures as may be deemed ne_* eessary to _strengthen the _Government in this ¦_tAAHon at Mtnmnn n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

VALUABLE PKUPE KT _^ AT PUBLIC SALE JohnSele, dee'd, will be exp«fcd to _publ sale on SATURDAY . IHE 13th DAY 0 _tiUMlfi, at tbe Court House, in the Citv of H »- _nsburg, at two o'clock, p. m a _VALnARi TRACT OF LAND , situate in ' the city otH_. _' _risbqrsr on the J. ne,town road, adj>inir s v perty of JobnShoop, W«il_*_aai Alliin an i % Haebnlen estate it being the p.ope_.ty of Ju aeledec d, cout _iomg twenty-one acr. s m< or It as, erected thereon in a cood two 'Rr, FRAME BLOUSE AND BARN,S _«_fa1 r Zt bu ORCf HARD Water 'aDd * thriTing yoUu_« Am BhSd _- _SSTTif_^ *fc tW ° ° 'clock ' _M abor ifl_^ _^ i t _T M and conrtinon., of _w will be made known by JQ HN BRADY Administiator de bonia non C. T. _, my'26-td - a _QARDEJST SEEDS. ' _~ IShakex'a_, Jit. Leban0Qf N. Y and A large _invoi_^g8<2 Bc - * ^^^ . N _^ ^?^ J08 * www1 *Q _d _^r **le by "_^L _TriDmrkwa FDo . .> _TZTT~ T... r _^JVlflUNS UKLiKB RATt-D Alii

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

_Classical. _/ The Tory Organ draws, upon the classics for an example' Illustrative of ..Miss Dickinson. Cassandra, not for the first time, is made to do duty—not that there is the. least resemblance to the lady orator, but because Cassandra is the one classical legend prominent in this writer's mind. —¦>- «.: ¦ ¦ - ¦<<¦ ._* ¦ — ; InthaifslDguiar speech made _*d'_*0apt. Wellington Jones' company at their flag presentation, in which.the men who had the . hardihood to keep awbke, were urged to be very; merciful to tbe rebels, the speak r alluded to his "Cas sandra like predictijoW" of . arebellion, if tha Douglas men did no.tV.nlte with bim on Brcbkinridge. A striking point of dissimilarity is overlooked. Cassandra's prophecies were the result of inspiration/while _^ predictions were based upon a guilty knowledge and participation in schemes then operating for the destruction of the Union. A murderer _requires, no gift of propbecj to foretell the death of bis ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

itebel Prices. j Under a late law of the Rebel Congresji, '' * board of _commisioners convened in Richmond to fit upon the _vilua of articles" which may be impressed into tbe public service during! the next two months. They have fixed the value of;wheat at $4 50 per bushel,; corn, $4; oats, $2; potatoes, $5; salt, $5; dour, per .barrel, $22 50; bacon, salt poik and lard,: $1 per pound; tallow candles, $1; soap, 31 cents; brown sugar, $1; ccffee_, $3; teaVfiO; _leatherj $3; hay, per t: n, $80; .freight per _inile, per bushel grain, 8 cents; two' horse team and driver payday, $10; four horse, $18; six horse J $16; laborer, found, $2 per day; $40 per month, and one-half those rates if found by army. This is in all cases has than one-half the retail price; and In many instances less than! one-: _thtw) . ' '; ''" "" " ¦ ¦ "•i1 :- . • But even at the _figora above; no government Gould long continue, a ' .. ' _waj. The Secretary of. the Treasury will have to;Jasuejttqrethan;$50,-©00 00...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

MABKETS BY TEIiBGBAPH , rHiLADBLPHiA , May 29. Flour dull:; sales of 1,500 _bbls. at $6 75 for f uperior _^ and $6 75@7 for extra family. Rye flour at $5@6 25. Uorn meal at $ ' i. Wheat-4 000_bm rtd sold at $1 66® I 68 4 white at $1 70@176. SmallsalesofrytsatSt 05. Corn in better demand ; 50,000 bus. yellow and white at 86c. Oats doll; € .000 bus. _Penna. at 70b. Coffee dull. Sugar and _molasstB _mtfve slowly. Provisions; ea_'_es of mess pork at $14 60® 15 and old at $12 26. ' ; Lard dull at iOic. and kegs at life. ' Whisky fit m at 44J@46 Nbw York, May 29. Cotton quiet at 6i@52. Flour fiim; 12 000 bbls. sold at $5 20_@6 30 for State? $6 20ra 6 30 for Ohio; *_t> 30@6 55 for Southern _^. Wheat advanced lc; 4,0U0 bus. sold at $1 19_(a 1 .40 &i: Chicago 8priag$137©14_S for Milwau-_" kte club; $1 45_^1 60 for red. Cora advancingsales at 75, @76Jc, for old, and 70©75c for _^_e_^_-^^^eady at $11 60@ll 75tfor old. Lard firm. Whisky dull at _444_@44_fa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

ANluniksKBaBKCHLoADiNa Qukvj- Cur read ere will recollect that some months ago we noticed the construction in _Pittsburg of a steel _bretch loading _guo, the invention of Mr. Mann, capable of _beingdis barged with the most extraordinary rapidity. The gun was taken to Washington and gave such satisfaction in its trial therethat Mr. M' was commissioned to make one of the largest size on the sameTprinciple. He bas been at work on the new piece for several weeks, and it is now so near completion that iu a very short _tion it will be ready for servi ce. Tbe tew gun will throw a ball of the elongated patternweighing one hundred and fifty pounds, and will, it is stated, have a range of somB four miles. It c_*n ba fired with _ease _^. and without th_* slightest danger, one hundred times in as many miaatesand is so simple in all ifB part? that it will be almr-Bt impossible for it to get v out of order. It is the largest _^^ loading gun ever made in America _SLd _- itoJ?1a_^'wm **tooked for...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

T. M. O. A &BAND CONGEST BY TUB HARMOffiC iSOCIETT On FRIO4¥ _EVEVIWG , IN THE COURT HOUSE. np HE celebrated CANTATA, "THE HAY X MAKERS," will be given under thu dirc< tion of Mr. Silas Ward. The entire proceeds of the Concert will b given to the United Sutiet Christian Commission Tickets 25 cents. For sale at the B _ >ok, M a sic and Drog Stores. my26 td The "LAretur (_containing all tbewor_^_i wi: _S _JiSl!?W «*» _*™ **• . Third _sU

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

_Deslrnotive Fire ia Johnstown THREE BLOCKS 0If _UUliSfiS IN FLAMES THIBTY LIV%S LOST Special to the Telegraph ]¦¦* ¦"" Johkstown, May 29, i868. A destructive fire has been raging in tM» *>« Three of the most valuable squares of buildings have been consumed. _, Thirty lives are reported to have been lost in tbe progress of the conflagration. The utmost consternation land distress prevails among-the _people, and fears are entertained that Johnstown will be entirely consumed. [Note.—This diepatcb, indefinite as to details, but perfectly explicit as to the fact of the fire,, was all that we received of the conflagration jap to the hour of going to press. —Editor Tki.iMRAPfr._1 ¦ ' _"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

From the Rappahannock YB£ BBBEL _^ Aj _SoT MOVING. GENERAL LEE'S ADDRESS TO HIS ARMY. Long and Eapid Marches through a Country without a Eailroad. jmbw xobk, May _z). The Herald _oontiins the following dispatch; ; _Heabquautbbs Aemt of thh Potok&o. ( • _^ May 28 _> 1863. f The enemy is in motion, their trains being observed moving towards Culpepper, followed by a heavy _coluora.df troops. Gen. Lee, it ia 6aid, has issued an address to his army, congratulating 'them upon their past achievements, and foreshadowing a raid into _^Maryland. He - tells -them they are to have long, and rapid marches through a country without a railroadand calls upon every man to ba . prepared for the severest hardships.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

fiotice to BrJdge _Contrac tors. _HHHE _Bobscrlbera will _receive _stnarate rrono 1 _^ for the building of _t_^^wtr _dX _™e _^Jt *?8 r?? »od _V _ae _othrr of 80 feet ^^^S0 _^8 *1 _*1 bl !Jg> _s to be of one span _eich S_^Windgestobe bu-lt _acros_, W_;con _^ creek mDduph.n cur.ty tho ,.nt a fcW lhAtt east of Mulertburg a'jd tho otber aboot _MVtB miles east of the »me Iace The _^ldtllr i _nl_^^r_615 £°owa ** Cooper' * Fording ai. • _?r_^ 5S2FF -Ul BrWge - _^id b'Wgc to b: e _^_f_^ d °nt «heF jorr Tu P Arch Plan. Pn_._posa: _TiFo » *?"!**-d _°P to Juno _^_e 22d_« (_M nuay. 1863 . _atS o 'jock P. M t Bt wbich tim . the ,,, . proposals wm _^ opentd imd colitr(lCt|| awiwde ,t rersons T_^^_jng to _propoggc_.n have _priiit_^ 8pccinc» ,iOO8 on application, by letter or other _*"**»•' t the office of the County Commi_^oner-: at H» jr _risburg, on which _propels ah. nid lln_^w ed. _GEOhGE GAHVER1CH HKNRY MOYKR, JACOB J. _MlLLfciSEM, my27- d*wtd Commi-aioi _^rs

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

A _Candidatb _foa _SopaKMg _Jddqb. —We print; to-day, a communication from the pen of one of the _most _~ _accompHehed _^gentlemen aod able lawyers, not only in Pennsylvania, but in the _Uniyn, on the subject of the nomination of a candidate for Supreme J.:dge. On this account the recommendation of Eo&. Oswald Thompson, of Philadelphia, by the writer of the communi-Cition in question, is of great importance; and, coupled with Judge Tborepeoa 's own. high character as a lawyer and a judge, induces us thus editorially to endorse what is therein favorably written of a most deserving man. We leave the T reader to. _pernse the communication re _ferredtb_^_whioh_''appears in another column of today_'BTfitBOEAPH. i "• - - _¦ J _^t'«J. The Cavalry Brancn ot me service. Somu of our Western exchiEgta notice the _purcha_^_e of large _numbers of lit_^_nses t > beshippod tb tbe _diffrreotarmiea_, and from this fact the inference is drawn, that tbe _Cavaliy branch ot the serv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

_VALUABLJS _itfrALi _JL_^TAlili _tVH SALE _OW the corner of State and F.lbert str<»eU, now occupied as a MAUHLN£ SdOf AND _IfuUNDbY. Tbe lot is 75 feet on State aui 173 on Filbert The buildinif on the cornrr of _Siaio aod Filtwrt _^trettB it) 76 feet by 30with a wing oa Fi t«rt 50 by 30 let. witn a wing on the west end 18 by 30 feet, all two stories high. This property can eas'ly be converted _iuto a luge _HjU or seven or eight _dwellings. There is also a two story warehouse on ihe corner of Filbert _Btmtt «nd North alley, 28 by 8J feet, that cau be altered into two dwelltt ga ; in _tha rear ot thi_* building is a _foandiy, wuich may be altered l _^a to dwellings also. The above property, with all the _mar\' _njnerj in complete running orderU lor sain as it Li, or tbe real estate without the machirerv -— * **-4&_*l ~_- .. T. H. _WlUsC _ji 4c0.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

FROM MEMPHIS ATTACK AND DEFEAT OF GUERRILLAS l/HIOAGO , May 29. A special dispatch from Memphis dated 26th _feays that a detachment of ibe 2d Wisconsin cavalry attacked the guerillas on the Hemando road on _Tuatddy, killiog four and _capturing five. ' ' _ ¦ . A few days since a detachment of the 5th Kansas a^<l 3d Iowa cavalry fought with a superior force of guerillas, feven miles back of Helena),; and _fiaal iy drove them off. The rebels repoijia loss of nine killed and twenty-one wounded, including among the latter their colonel. The Federal loss was four killed and twenty wounded and _seveial prisoners. On the 24th instColonel Hatch had a fight with 200 of Chambers' guerillas near Senatobia, killing ten, wounding twenty and capturing

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 29 May 1863

U. T. IJABBll'l'S Concentrated Condensed or _Pulferteed SOFT SOAP. _nHHBEE gallons of hands >me white _SOtT J. SUAP made in five minutes. No _grease required. _DiBBOTiosa.— Dissolve one pound of B. i Bab itt's Concentrated _Condensed or Pulv-erii <j Soft Soap in one gallon of _bvrfliug water, iiien add t*o gallons ot warm water When c<><<\ vnns i'I have three gallons of Handsome Whut Soft Soap. Tttu |A>uods will make one barrel • f sift srap The foap thus m-_>de is an excolltnt wash tor _treefl, shrubs and plants of alt kinds. Jadt lec.lFed and for sal_^ _ttf WM. DOCK, _Ja , & CO., mi971 Mnrkeit at., _oooosite tne _Cuurt _UuUSe.

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