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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

t\t § _adjj f fkgrapl *J A B . B I 8 B U B G _, ' P A .. _Kntnrdnv _Rvpnimr Mat Sfl. 1X6_S UW1UH »IAT*i l/_UH _VJfcrtXlUJJ. The LOYAL CITIZENS OF PENNSYLVANIA, without distinction of party, who desire cordially to unite in _sustaining the NATIONAL AND STATE ADMINISTBATIONS, in theirpatriotic efforts to suppress a sectional andnn holy rebellion against the UNITY OF THE REPUBLIC, and who desire to support, by every power of the Government, our heroic brethren in arms, who are braving disease and the perils of the field to preserve the UNION OF OUS FATHERS, are requested to select a number of Delegates equal to their Legislative representatives 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 FIBST DAY OF JULY next, at eleven o'clock, a. m., on said day, to nomi nate candidates for the offices of GOVEBNOB and JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COUBT, aad to take such measures as may,, b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

_fffiD abDwtmmtnW [OFFICIAL.] TT _STAGES ENROLLMENT LAWS. Was Dipabtmkjt_, ) _Washington, April 21, 1863. f The following regolati -us for the government of the Bureau of the Provoet Marshal General of the United State*, having been approved by tbe President of the United States, he commands that they te published for the government of all concerned, and that they be strictly observed. EDWIN M. STANTON, Secretary of War. _EXTKAirra. Paragraph 25. To enable Provost Marshals to discharge their duties efficiently, they are authorised to _cill upon the nearest available military force, or on citizens as a ptwe comitatus, or on United States Marshals and Deputy Marshals, aud these and all other persons ar,e hereby enjoined to aid* the Provost Marshal in the execution of his lawful duties when called onsotodo. ° « ° " * Par. 62. This enrollment must include:— 1. All able bodied male citizens of tbe United States, between the age of twenty and fortyfive years, not exempt from milit...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

_tffro _2l&Df.rtisfHi*hi of the sime, iii nuy _euni _<-i < x_^lxuil , - _uve hun-ired dollars, ami lie shall be impritoue'i not exceeding two yoa_^ mr less than e_:_x months. 6KJ. 25. And be U further enacted , That if any person shall resist any craft of men enrolled under this act into the s rvke of the Unit<?ii States, or shall _couDsel or aid any person to rat aifit any such draft, or shall _assault or obstrucany such officer, or shall eoan*tl any drafted men not to appear _afcfbe place of rendezvous, or wilfully dissuade Wm from the perform ance of military duty as required by law, such Derson shall be subject to summary arrest bj tbe Provost Marshal, ana _snaii ue _lonawun delivered to the civil authorities, and, upon conviction thereof, be punished by a fine not exceeding five huudrtd dollars, or by imprisonment not exceeding two years, or by both of said punishments. Sxo. 88. And be it farther enacted, That all per sons who, in time of wa...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

18m 2titotrii0tmmt0. WANTED—A boy, about 14 years of age, to make himself useful about a Dairy, and a girl to do general housework. Apply to JACOB BCHLAYEB , mv80-2t°1 South St.. 3 doors from 8d _sL BRANT'S HALL. Wednesday & Thursday, Jane 3 & 4, BARCLAY'S New and only correct panorama of JERUSALEM! And vicinity ever painted , and PJCRI8CQPE OF THK HOLT LAND. Doors open at half-past seven. Panorama moves at eight p. u. Admission reduced to 16 cents. No half price. [mv80-d8t° AUDITOR'S NOTICE. rpHJS Auditor appointed by the Court nt Com-•X mon Pleas of Dauphin county, to distribute the money in the hands of the Sheriff , arising from the sale of the real estate of Lewis and Jonas Faust, on vend. ex. No. 47, April term, 1863, will meet ail parties interested at his office, in the city of Harrisburg, on Tuesday, the 23d day of June next, at two o' clock, p. _u., _oi which they will please take notice. H. M. GBAYDON mv30 doaw3t ' Auditor. 50,000 LBSI EXCELSIOR (C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

FROM WASHINGTON. Inspection of Hospitals at Potomac and Aqnia Creeks. Excellent Physical Condition of the Soldiers. MOVEMENTS OF GENERAL LEE «¦> _Washdjotoh, May 80. The Medical inspector, Dr. G. K. Johnson, has recently inspected the corps hospitals at Acquia and Potomac creeks, and will soon submit to the Department a detailed report. These hospitals exhibit a remarkable exemption from mortality in the surgical operations. This is attributable to the excellent physical condition of the men previous to the battle, as well as to the completeness of the arrangements and skillful medical attendance in the hospital. Scarcely a case * of amputation has terminated fatally. . An amputation of the hip joint was performed in- the second division, first corps hospital, an operation which is almost in va ' riably followed by death, and consequently has, it is said, been discarded in European' and American surgery. The patient is how in a fair way of recovery. The non commissi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

VICKSBTJRG Gen. Grant Able to Maintain His Position and Repel any Attack Upon His Bear. _OITB FINAL SUCCESS ASSURED. _Mgbfrbksboko, Tenn., May 28, 1863.—Beports from highly respectable sources represent that General Grant, since _Sonday, had made something like a general attack upon the rebel works at _Vicksburg, and failed to carry them ; that he had thereupon concluded that the place was too strong to be taken by assault, and had opened a terrible and sustained fire upon it with his artillery. General Johnston had not yet attacked Gen. Grant, but was still collecting forces in his rear. He had managed to send word to the garrison that if they should hold out fifteen days he would raise the siege with ac ' army of one hundred thousand men. He also said he would do this if he abandoned every other point in' his department. It was not supposed the city could possibly hold out longer than to-day. . Parties who entered our lines to-day from the South report that Breckinridge an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

LATER FROM EUROPE AR&IVAL Utf THK blUAMlSK JtttA. Cap* Bacb, May 29. The steamerJJura with Liverpool, dates of the 21st and Londonderry of the 22nd, was boarded this afternoon. A general feeling of suspense prevails in relation to American news. The Derby race was won by Macaroni by a short head only. Lord Clifden was second. Cotton sales for three days 11 .000 bales, the market closing dull and slightly lower. Breadstuffs quiet and steady without change in prices. Provisions dull and unchanged. Consols _9_^_@ 93*. THE LATEST. Mat 21-Cotton sales for the week 28,000 bales. Prices are _£@_$ lower for American and _Snralft. The _Glasjrow arrived out on the 21st. Prom Admiral _Wllkef squadron. Porxlasd, May 80. Ship George Turner, from Buenas Ayeres, via St. Thomas on 16th _inst., arrived here to-day, bringing four invalid seamen from the U. S. _sttamer Alabama, four from the bark _Gemsbok, four from the steamer _Wachusett, one from the steamer Oneida, and one from the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

THE FAK _W MEXICO Sax Fkanoisco, May 29. Advices received from the city of Mexico, via Aeapulco on the 5th last. , have been received. Up to .the 5th inet. the French continued the bombardment of Puebla, but with little progress. It is believed that the French will soon be compelled to abandon the siege. General Comonfort had commenced an inv portant movemen t, designing to get in the rear of the French aud then throw his 15 ,000 troops into Paebla and strengthen Artego. Continued Bombardment of Paebla by the French. " ... ' '•¦ • ' _~ " ' ¦ '*»' ¦ - _THKJRENCH WILL SOON BB COMPELLKD TO ABANDON THK 81 KGK. — _«_c» IMPORTANT _MOYEMEHTS BY THE MEIICAflS. On the 7th Comonfort telegraphed to Juarez: The enemy is now a mile and a half from our position. He keeps up a slight cannou._iding off Puebla. All hie attention is directed to my movements. My line extends to San Puebir _Dumonte. The soldiers are very enthusiastic and intend to profit by it. _Signed COMONFOBT.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

Steam Weekly to _liverooo_^ rpoUCHTNG at QUEENSTOWN, (^UK hah X boil) The well known Sie— er8 of _^ liverpool, New _Xt*k_«nd Philaae_, hi _v Steam *bi _&SOm _EZ?'St _° i0 _*6 _^f -o sail as follows Etna, Saturday, June 6 • Edinburgh, Satar day, Jmw.18; City of ' _^nchester, Saturday, fc-_^_nfS_^_lS17_' -_00 *^^ _Satmday_, at Noon, ftomFtottNortQ _^ i-atabl. n •«>_, _1_£r _m_*_SE?5BB , _^cca KKHOT. rasroABBi $80 OOstbhaob, *8i ou _^ £ _?^ don » 85 00 do to London, So 50 J?_V_* 96 00 do to Paris, 40 50 ao io _^_ambmgf 90 00 do to Hamburg, 37 50 _Passengers also forwarded to Harve, Bremen, _J_^otterdam, Antwerp, &c, at equally low rates. Fares from liverpool or Queenestown : 1st Cabin, $76, $85, $105. Steerage from liver pool, $40. From Queenestown , $30. Those who wish to send for their friends can buy tickets here at these rates. For further information apply at the Conn* ny' _s Offices. _^ /^I _^£J _t)ALB 'A «ent > 15Broadway , N Y or C. O. ZIMMEBMA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

_, Notice to Budge Contractors * fTTOE subscribers will receive separate propo-X sals for the building of two new bridges—one of 75 feet span and tbe other of 80 feet span—both of said bridges to be of one apau each. Said I ridges to be built across _Wiconisco creek, in Dauphin county, the one a few mile_* east of Millertburg and the other about seven miles east of the same place. Tbe said bites are _respectively known as Cooper' s Fording and Good's Fulling Mill Bridge. Said bridges to ba erected on tbe Burr Tup Arch Pian. Proposals will be received op to June the 22d, (Jl n_.Jay, > 1863, at 3 o'clock p. x., at which time the fetid proposals will be opened and contracts awarded. Persons wishing to propose cm have printed specifications on application , by letter or other wise, at the office of the County Commtaioners, at Harrisburg, on which proposals should be indorsed. GEOBGE GARVEBICH, _HfiNBY MOYEB, JACOB J. MILLEISEN , mv27-d*wtd _Commfcaioners

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

VALUABLE _PJEtOPERTF AT PUBLIC SALE, TIT pursuance of the last will and testament of X John8de _j (dec 'd,willbe exposed to public sale on SATUBDAY , THE 13th DAY OF JUNE , at tbe Court House, in the City of Har _fSS A &&£££ it_^_gf risburg, on the Jonettown road, adjoining pro pertyof John8hoop, William Allison and the Uaennlen estate, itjbeing the property of John bele, dec d_, containing twenty-one acres, more or less, erected thereon is a good two Bt*m FBAME HOUSE AND BABN, other o_^t build olIcHAaD _*11_*_61 'Bnd * thtiTing youn S APPLE _aJSi0tO i 00mm _u eilC0 at tw> o ' clock, as abofc stated, when the terms and conditions of sale will hejnade known by JOHN BBADY Administrator de _bonis non C T. ' a mv25-tri

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

/^lABDEN SEEDS. i Shaker' s, Mt Lebanon , N. Y., and > I Prigg8& Bro., _Bochester , N. Y. \ j _~ ^?e "Wtfce, comprising every variety auJ descri ption , _jost received and for sale by _aP1 * WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO. pHOTOGBAPH ALBUMS —chastely boon-! JL and clasped—for sale at __ SCHEFFEB_' S B OOKSTOBE . J» 18 Market _Str_^i- A. LEKK _, TTEACHEB OF PIANO , GUITAB AND A SINGING. Address at WM. KNOCHE'S Mrude Store, 98 Market street. [mrS 3mc _EJXJ_^ FAMILY FLOUB-A lot t.f ~ ve7 1 choice extra family flour, _jngt received and for sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN mya) Cor. Front and Market streets-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

MARKETS BY TBLEGEAPH ttoADKLPBIA, May 30. But little doing in _breadstuffs; 600 _bbls, Ohio extra family sold at $6 75@7, and superfine dull at $5 75@6. Bye flour sails slowly at $5@5 26, and com meal $4. Wheat moves slowly ; sales of.3,000 bus. red at $1 66_@1 58, and white at $1 75@1 78. Bye declined to 1$. Corn in fair request; 6,000 bus. Bold at 85J@86c. for yellow, and 88c. for Western mixed. Oats steady; 7,000 bus. sold at 70© 73c. No sales of barley or malt. _Cloverseed wanted at $5 75. Timothy is nominal at $1 60, and flaxseed at $2 50. Coffee drooping, and sugar _' and molasses attraot very little attention. Provisions held firmly, but not much doing* Whisky has advanced, and closed at 45_^46 for Penna. and Ohio.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

SI I tO At his residence in thia city on cue 28Ui inst., General Joes _Fobstik, in the 86th year of his age. The funeral will take place on Monday afternoon, at two o'clock, from his late residence, on Front street, below Market, which the lelativee and friends are invited to attend. Oa the 29th _inst., _Maogib C. M'Curas, in her seventh year. The funeral will take place on Sunday aftersoon at three o' clock, from theiesidence of her mother_^ near the Paxton .Furnace, which the relations and friends aie invited to attend.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

New York Money Mar&ets. _rtiw iokk, may _w. Stocks better. Chicago and Bock Island 108; Cumberland coal 30; Illinois Central B. B. 110_J; Illinois Central bonds 118; Michigan Southern 116$; Beading 118; Milwaukee and Wisconsin 84; Missouri 6a 71; gold 145; treasury 7 3-10s 4071; _BllDois war loan 102}.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

V ! I _i E B 1 * B U B. G , PA. Saturday _Rvenlnsc, Maj; SO _^ HWg._^ )_WN AND 0 ~ 0UNTEY KHjcs _Kepoet.—T&terday evening two soldiejk _naiuLd William Hazlett and Clark Wat-S0|| were arrested by the chief of police, Barney Campbell, for drunkenness and disorderly "jOfflttduct, preferred by D. Spayd, keeper of a Siurant in Market street. We did not learn fall particulars in this case, further than ; the parties compromised, and the soldiers _vele _dismissed by Alderman Kline, who gave ih_^_men a shoit and stringent piece of advice, tmtning them not to be brought before him Ijpastcvcuiug Julia Ann M'Keel was arrested by'Officers Fry and _Essig, in Short street, and brought before Alderman Kline. She was evi--dently much intoxicated—rum and opium doing the work. Sent to jail to remain until of thb Stone of thb Hams' Hams!!—The enterprising fi:m of lifm. Dock, jr., & Co., are now receiving 60,-00$ _pounds of "Excelsior" canvassed Hams, whifch they are selling at ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

HASfSli! Qf\ r\(~\f\ ' - IBS.—Composed of th _£/ V/, V/ \J \J following brands, just re celved: NswBOLD ' e, celebrated. Nkw Jsbsby, selected. ¦ • Evans and Swot ' s, superior, Miohinbr's _Exoblsiob, ' canvassed. Miohtnbr_'s Excelsior, not _encanvaatd. Iron City , canvassed. : Iron Cuy, not canvassed. Plain Hams, strictly prime. Country Hams, very fine. Each ham sold will be guaranteed as repre sented. WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO. AUDITOR'S NOTICE. IN the Orphans' Court for the County of Dauphin : In the matter of tbe settlement of Henry Hollingaworth, administrator of the estate of Augustus F. Strieker, late of the township of Swatara, io. said county, _deceased. The auditor appointed by the eaid court to make distribution, amongst _creditoYs, of the balance in the hauds of the accountuii-. will attend to the duties of his appointmeut. i. <• « iliv. the 11th day of Jane, 1868, at 10 o'c .. • _^ __ at his office, on North Third street, _^ j he National Telegraph Office, i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

T. J. McGUIGAN, Importer and wholesale dealer in THREAD, TAPES, HOSIERY, Notions* &c-> MATCHES AND BLACKIXQ, No 2 Strawberry Street, Philadelphia. f25-d3m DRIED FRUIT. T_\RIED Peaches, (pared) Dried Peaches, (unpared.] Dried Apples. Dried Plums, Dried Cherries. Dried Blackberries. For sale by [aprlO_] WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO ( DOCTOR A. H. STEVENS, ELECTRICAL J PHYSICIAN, is curing all CHRONIC D_1S-(EASES, both of Ladies and Gentlemen, by a new method in the use of Electricity alone, without any Medicine, or even any Pain. BOARD maybe had, with Treatment, by Patients from abroad, at reasonable rates, in the Doctor's Family. LEtTERS applying for circulars or further information will be promptly answered. Office and Residence at 1418 SOUTH PENN SQUARE, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, being in a cen- ) tral as well as delightful part of the city. JCut this out for * future reference. I ap8-d3taw3m Harrisburg Venitian Blind Factory BLINDS made to order for churche...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 30 May 1863

1'HE PUBLIC aie cautioned against the SPUBIODS _articles of LYE for making SOAP, &c<j now offered for sale. The only GENUINE and PATENTED Lye is that mad© by the PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY, their trade-mark for it being "SAPONIFIES , OU CONCENTRATED LYE.'' The great SUCCESS of this article has led UNPRINCIPLED PAREIES to endeavor to IMITATE it, hi violation of the Company's PATENTS. All MANUFACTURERS, BUYERS or SELLEUS cf these SPDRIODS Lyes, are hereby NOTIFIED that the COMPANY have employed as their ATTORNEYS, GEORGE HARDING, Esq., of Phila., and _WILLlAil BAKSWELL, H' sq , of _PiOsburg. And that all _MANUFACTURED, USERS, Og SELLERS of Lye, in violation of the rights of the Company, will be PROSECUTED at once. The SAPONIFIER, or CONCENTRATED LYE, _ia for eale by all Druggists , Grocers and Country Storks. ¦ Nero WttmxiistmtntB. SAPONIFIER, OR _CONCENTRATED WE, THE FAlMILY SOAP MAKER TAKE NOTICE. The _Unixro Statk Oibooxc Coubt, Western District of...

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