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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

Wk often hear it remarked by disloyal men, that if the Orittenden Compromise had been accepted by the North, the South would neverhave rebelled. But the truth is, it was the South itself that refused to accept that Compromise. Mr. Orittenden himself , in . a recent public Bpeech in Kentucky, alluded to this subject ; and here is the very language he used: "Had my Compromise Resolution," eaid he> " been adopted by the South as it was agreed to by the North, tha rebellion and war would have been obviated."1 We trust that those copperheads who are so fond of referring to the Gyttenden Compromise will hereafter saddle the onus of its rejection where it belongs. • ; - TirSsoutnernJournalB are _circuTating.ttie _^ _fplT lowing paragraph: ._]. * ,,;.-, \ _j_ "The rebel Democratic ladies _^ of New York, have got up a sword worth $1200 to present to ' General Lee." _, % If this be true, we. hope these "she-adders " as Gen. Blunt calls the feminine 'sympathizers with the rebels, wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

Ntw 3_._ovtvi\si\ui of the same, in _iir, -uru r "t x • ;,L huu ired _dollars, an ¦ c_, ahaii bo ii_^pr:- : net exceeding t_~ • -Mrp ar let- th_»-.. : _mocths. Sso 26. And _bt it further enacted, That: ptrgon shall resist a >y maft of men _tn: under this act into the s-.rvke of the L.. States, or shall c-uteel or aid any perso:. : _eifit any _euch draft, or shall a;6iuk ur u ' :_> t: any such officer, or shall counsel any d;,: men not to appear at the place of rendczv or wilfully dissuade them fr_^m the per: ; ance of military doty as required by law, ?¦_ person shall be subject to summary air_^t the Provost Marshal, and shall be forti.w delivered to the civil authorities, and, r conviction thereof, be _puuiahed by a fis-. exceeding five hundred dollars, or by _impri_. meut not exceeding two years, or by boih said punishments. S«O. 88. And be it further enacted, _Thatal _^. sons who, in time of war or of rebellion a._i; ..- . the eupreme aathority of the United...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

ARMY OF THE FE0NTIER, A Fight with Price ' s TrooJIs. near Fort Gibson. Lsavenworth, May 29. Colonel Phillips had a severe fight with portions of Price's army on the 20th. The enemy crossed the Arkansas river near Fort Gibson. Col. Philips drove them back. Our loss was 30 killed, and the enemy's much greater. The enemy was led by Generals Steele, Cooper and Mclntosh. They are now massed in our front, claiming _torhaye 11,000 men, and considerable artillery. We have only 3,000, and one battery, but are well fortified. This is evidently the advance of Price 's main army. _Dispatches from Fort Lamed bring information of the approach fiom the southwest, of a large rebel force of Texans and Indians, with the. desjgn to intercept the trains en route to New Mexico. ; • The guerillas pn_^tW border are become more numerous * The national ' force is inadequate, but Gen. _BWntf ' wllf make the _btat possible fight. ; _-' • ¦J ; '/_- . -' , • OBNKRAXS 90_H0_IIKLD AND HEBRON. . St. Louis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

f atest tg Ctugrapf Y I ' o ' KSBDR_' o ' . "" Partibtilars of the Operations up to the 22d ult. —«•—DESCRIPFION OF THE REBEL WORKS. The Place to be Taken by Regular Siege 1 A_^roaehes. JOHNSTON AT JACKSON WlTtt 15,000 MEN. :. ...-..• _^ :,..fr-. - .,: ' .. .-Wo Ferfrs of an Attack in the

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

VALUABLE _RSAL ESTATE YOU SALE, ON the comer of State and Filbert utreeU_, now occupied as a MACHINE SHOP AND FOUNDRY. The lot is 76 feet on _htate an<l 175 on Filler i The building on the corner of State and _Filler. _etretts is 76 feet by 30, with a wing on Fili _ert 60 by 30 _ifeet, with a wing oa the wvst en! 1 -i by 80 feet, all two _Btorios high. Thi_^ ptupcrty can _easily be converted icto a I irgo Hjt...! o> seven or eight dwellings. There is _alsu a :w_^ story warehouse on the corner of Filbert _at.-c_. -i and North alley, 28 by 3d feet, that can U altered into two _dwellic gs ; in thu rear oi thl_: building is a foundry, which may be altered iu to dwellings also. The above property, with all the machinery in complete running order, id for sale aa it io, or the real estate without the machinery. my27-d2w] T. H. WILSON 4 CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

PROCLAMATION Mayor's Omen, ) Harrisburg, June 1st, 1863. J The imperative necessity which required the closing of drinking houses, in this city, at six o'clock p. m. having ceased, the parties concerned in this branch of traffic are hereby notified that they Can now, with propriety, resume the legitimate pursuit of " their business. The Mayor tenders his sincere thanks to all the parties concerned in the Hquor business, and to the citizens generally, for the promptness and alicrity with which they responded to the appeal he was obliged to make to their love of civic peace and" good order , in the late emergency ; . " . ' . _" '" " _ ' ..; ' .' . : ; , je-lt] A. L. _ROUMFOKT, Mayor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH r _Phtladslpbia, June 1. Flour is dull and only 10,000 _bbls. were disposed of, at $5 75 fox super and $6 76_@7 25—chiefly'of the later description ; the _fecetptfl are increasicg. Bye flour dull at $5@25 and corn meal at -$4 for '_^_psj lvatiia kM $4 25 for Brandy wine." The ' demand for * wheat * is limltei and only 300 bos. red'Bold at $£56 And email lots of white at $1 7#_@1_'75. Bye is steady at * $1. Corn is rather scarce and in steady demand ; sales of 2,000 bus. yellow at 86. Oats are steady at 70_@78o. No sales of barley or malt. Coffee, sugar and molasses dull. ProvlBalons moVe slowly j sales of new mesa pork $H 50_®16 00 and old ditto at $12 26; hams sell freely at 9@12f;lard steady at 10} in barrels and 11_J in kegs. ¦ Clover seed commands 6 50_@5 75. Whisky is better and Bales of Ohio in _barrda at 26_@26c.-.-; .' , •.-.-.; ¦¦- .-. ¦ -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

WANTED-Aboy_._Taljout 14year_^Ofag e, to make himself _atefal about a Da%, and a girl to do _gferieM.housework. _, Apply to * _^ 5 JACjOB Si_^rj_^TER, ' my 30-2t«] South st., _^ 8_Jjiaors from 8d _st. BEANT'S _gA:l_|L. _Wednesday & Thursday, Jnne 3 & 4, _?_ARCtAT*| . New and _pnly correct panorama of JIIJBf SAXiBII! And vicinity.ever painted , and _PJ_^SCOH_^_fP1 _fHE _HttLt HO. D^'_tfo _^ _tf')j&_3_fajmnn , Panorama moves at eight p. m. _Adrnisston reduced[ to< _1&> cents. No half price. [m_^8(W3?* _"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

B. I. BABBITT'S Qoncentrated Condensed or PulyerU d _^ sofir soap. _nplHBJESE gaUoas. of _handsome white 50t. JL SOAP made in five minutes. No ga-anc required. _DntKOMONs.—Dissolve one pound or b _i Babbitt's Concentrated Condensed or Pulver; ' .,.i Soft Soap in one gallon of boiling water, tin- .* »dd two gallons of warm water. When _o i _pou will have three gallons of Handsome W\a Soft Soap. Ten pounds will make one barrel ot s, t - -.; The eoap thus made is an excellent wast* ¦¦ ,-trees, shrubs and plants of all kinds Just leceived and for sale by WM. 30CK, Jr , Si CO , on27] Market st., opposite the Court House

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

FORTRESS MONROE • FoRfRUS MokROB, May 29, The election'at Norfolk and "Portsmouth , yeste ' _rdayl _' paesed c ff quietly. The entire Union; ticket was carried. In the _afternoon the citi- _' _zens of Portsmouth had a pole raising, on which-occasion speeches were made by Colonel Johnson, of the 14th New York; regiment, and several prominent _citiaene. Twenty-five deserters from a Mississippi regiment carhe into Suffolk yesterday. They, have taken the oath of allegiance/and are to be _eent North by the._^altimore. rj<ktfo-nigh_^. . The election in t&is/_djBtrict passed off harmo- . niousiy as far as _netel_«oni, '.except in the H_^mptOn precincts. .. ! There are two sets of Congressmen, Hon. Joseph Segar add Dr. G. H. Watson, boih Of ¦who m claim to be elected. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

N0BTH _OABOLIJpL Another _Eipetoon for the Interior. - ..ji-Aki. " '. = -¦ : ¦¦ ..]> . .. -¦ ' . K-.-t ' _^ ¦ . ::¦:¦:. .•: v,_i ¦ . :¦ i N«w York, May 81. Newbemdateato the 25th state that there aro indication? of _^aBfOther expedition •being about to start* for- the interior, to run out the guerillas." A large body of troops have been notified to be in readiness to leave, and gunboats and light draught transports are being fitted up for the occasion. J A rebel spy has been arrested, with plans and _inforhiation upon his person. : Preparations are being made at all points of Newbern_, to receive a large force of rebels, which have lately been making auspicious movements. ' ¦!* • > . . v \ . .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

_ _= FromSanFranciteo. _•JSan _Fhanoisoo, May 80 The Ship Robin Hood siiled to-day for Liverpool, carrying l,OJ0.O .tons, of copper ore and 25,000 sacks oi _^ wheat _,; - ; -' _> Seven Indians were hung at Tictoria_, _British Columbia, on the 23d, for murdering white men. A rich silver ore is reported to have been discovered near Lillock lake. The ship _Strallawan has arrived at Victoria from London._^ T he dates from Oregon-are to the26th.hr A ... v _- .._^,, - ¦ ¦ '- ¦< \ Aabark had arrived_1 at Portland , Oregon &pTam_^_jm,yfll_^MT8 and engine for the railroad' _between Dalleai anid;the Cascades. " " ' % The laborer' _s_^a_^es _^in Idaho territory is 8 dollars per day, Eight thousand men are working in the Poise River mines, which extend , over a distance of 30 miles _L.ng. H'PP' tcs reach them from Salt Lake City.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

¦' . _JPt)cl_> Qf congestion of the-.braitt_^_jTHos. C. _Gahflb, Sr., in ' the 49th year of his age. _' The friends of the family are respectfully invited to attend the funeial on Tuesday afternoon at three o'clock, from his late residence iu North street, above Third. On the 81stuttr., very suddenly, PktkrBiokbk_, in the 35 th year of _his! age. r ' The relatives andjfrieh_^a are respectfully invited to, attend _hia " funeral/rom his late residence, State street near Filbert, on Tuesday afternoon at'3 o'clock. [jer-dlt.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

_SSm _^otrtl0tmtnt0 AUDLTOITC NOTJCB. npBE Auditor appointed by the Orphans'' J. Court, in the matter of the exceptions to the account of Elias Hoover, administrator of the _estate of George If. ' Long,, dec'd_, will attend fpr a bearing of the parties at the office_t of the undersigned, in the city of _Harriaburg, on Friday J-he 19ft day of June inat., at 10 o'clock. a.m. J " M. Mc_^INNEY, jel doaw8t Auditor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

OFF CiALLY PUBLISHED IN THE NEWSPAPER HAVING THE LARGEST CIRCULATION. LADIRS' MST _Albertson, Mrs Mary Meek, Miss _<arah C Able, Mre Caoline M*;ck, Miss _^rah Bisehore, Mrs Leah Megee , Mi i- Kate Bisor, Mrs,Mary Ann Miller, Mis; Bailie Baker, Mrs W B _Mouqh , Miss Beinhauer, Mrs C _Morris_/Mrs<3athatine H Beard, Mrs George . .Mochecnia_^ _Miss 'M_^ _B'_etsing_, Mrs, Mary • -Mo/ton, HiEsAnni«f j BrookB, !^ lr8 Hannah MNelBOn _. _MisaSophia • Brooks, Miaa _Emin_* ¦¦ Osriniaa, Mrs _Benjamin Brenaman, Mrs O . O'Conners, Miss C Brigts, Mrs Eliz_* C Otto, Miss E Branniou, Mrs Mary Patterson, Miss Anna Oavis, Juliette v . _Peeblesf Mrs William F piavk, _Mrj _Sqesie,© Perry, Mrs J A Coverly, Mr_^^ry A Painter, _Misa Annie Crowiu_, Julia PJummer, Mrs AH ' _Criswell_._^sEyz_^beth Pofat, Mre Sarah Qip_% 9_fodtfeik& : _^_ost, MfiwBeccfa : D»yer, Mre Elizabeth Parke, MaryO .1 . Davis, Miss Margaret; Putt, Mrs Josephine Deboccr, Miss July Preser, Mrs Susan ¦ Durkin, Bri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

PBNNSTtVAMIA COMMON SCHOOli Dffl?AETKKBW.— We publish this afternoon, the list of officers connected with the Common School Department of Pennsylvania, including the changes which have taken place since the appointment of C R. Coburn, Esg._^ ai Superintendent of Common Schools: _,; ~ : ' Superintndent_^-G. R. Goburn, of Bradford. Deputy Superintendent—S. P._^Baker_, of Crawford. Warrant Clerk—D. A. S. _Eyster, of Dauphin. Statistical Clerk ——-• '" ! LtUer Clerk—Wm: B., Seibert, of Schuylkill. Messenger—3. Shannon, of Dauphin. Exciting _Chass.—The Chief of Police, Campbell, and" one of his assistants,. lfad~~ ra.tbejF7ap amusing ' race after an _intoxicated! _«nQ Doiiteroub individual in Walnut street, ' to-day noon. The pursued wa8 traveling over, _^hef'ground faster than mftny v a drunken rrjan could travel; bnt misfortune trayeled:withfhirnr-he stumbled and fell, and before he could gain _^mother full headway the valiant Bainey had him by the collar and headed for _Xldernian, Kl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

_IJRIED ERU15P. _TTVETED Peaches, t pared) V-- .- , Dried Peaches, (unpared.] Dried Apples. Dried Plum& . ... ., Dried Cherrfa! , Dried Bi"4i-k,&oi-tleb. For sale by [aprlO] WM. DOCS!, Jr._i &CO ( DOCTOR A. H: STi£VSNS, ELECTRICAL _^ •PHYS ICIAN, is curing all CHR')NIC DlS-(EASES, both of Ladies and Gentlemen, by a newmethod in the use . of Electricity alone, without any Medicine, or even _aay Pain. tSjAtJD _nx»f be had, with Treatment, by Patients from abroad , at reasonable rates, in the Doctor's Family., * LEITERS applying for circulars or further information will be promptly ' answered. Office and Residence at 1418SOUTH PENN SQUARE, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania , being in a ecu-j traJras well as delightful part of the city. j-Cut this out for future reference. ) ap8-d3taw3m f T ADIES! You know where you can get fine «JM Note ' Paper, Envelopes , Visiting and Wed' ding Cards'? * ap8 At SCHEFFER'S BOOKSTORE. _rpHE NATIONAL ALMANAC AND ANNOX AL RECORD fo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

j ¦ ' I ] * j ' * I 1 [OFFICIAl ] ' War Department, Adjutant Geneeai/b ) j _Omiob, Washington, April 28,1863. f GENER AL ORDERS No.' 105 —The organization of an Invalid Corps ia hereby auihoriaed, _^ , i ¦ ' .-•*• ** ' \ This Corps shall _consist <. _( ' <w, "t ' _ot, aud if it shall hereafter be thought . ~v Bittalions. • The Companies shall be made u_, . ue following sources, viz: > - /_-\ O CO it O C Third, By accepting those _officere and enlisted men who have been, hpnorablylrjliscbarged on account _bfVoundB or'disease contracted in the line of duty, and who desire to re-enter the a f c c c c | c service. In the. case of an officer, application for appointment must be made to the Provost J&arshal of the .United , States through the officer * . detailed ' as * Acting Assistant Provost Marshal of the 5fata. No application of this kind will be . considered unless the following conditions are completely fulfilled: _^ "I i 1. That the applicant produ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

«_T KAfiRlbBUBG, PA . yf _Monday _EYemna;_, June 1, 1863. _fJToWN _ANlTdOUNTB_?, _^ _Sthat Peacock—Any person who has lost a ! peacock, can ficd his whereabouts by inquiring fax THIS OFFICE. MLost. -In goiug to the Pennsylvania Railroad , j_^pfpot, this morning, either on Second, Walnut, _JHhird or Market streets, a Worsted Tidy. The _Jfinder will be suitably rewarded by leaving it at ip_^ niyaoai * THIS OFFICE. _^P'Nbw Bridge .—The Northern Central railway • _company _Ima erected a substantial iron bridge _^_%ver the Beaver Dam stream, at _Oockeysville, ' _j$$n p ' _aca of the one destroyed on the 20th of Stpril, 1861. IP* A Cow belonging to Moses Miller, in Windsor Igllownship, Berks county, Tfcceutly brought into _g fhe world four calves at one time. Two of them 4prere dead, but the others were lively and HheaHhv, and are still living. i_^ The Basque? _Saxubdat Evening .—Tha sup' per gotten tip for the benefit of the retained . ' ¦volunteers belonging to the Citizen fire engi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 1 June 1863

Returned Hosts.—Yesterday afternoon the members of the 136th regiment Penna. _Yols, bad received their discharges and pay from the Government, and before dark last evening a large majority of them were on their way home. This regiment represented five counties, Allegheny, Tioga, " Luzerne, Westmoreland and Dauphin, those from Dauphin having been recruited after the men from the other counties had arrived at Camp Curtin. When the regiment returned to this city at the expiration of their term of service, it had been, reduced by the vicissitudes of the camp and field to less than seven hundred effective men. At the time of their muster out of service, the regiment waa under the command of Col. Thomas M. Bayne. _Jj_^thbban Synod .—The venerable Synod of the State J * Pennsylvaniawhich has existed now for 116 years, ^?et in tho St. John's Evangelical church, at Beadi ' _iT_* Pa» on the 3Oth ult. The religious services co_»2!. menced the same evening. Rev. Mr. Welden preacu.?_" _* ne ...

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