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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

Quegtions in which we are all Interested. A very respectable and ' intelligent gentleman, writes to its at length, on the subject of the late reception of the 127th(Dauphin County) Regiment, during which he asks the following questions : . Why have not the Committee of Arrangements made a statement showing the amoun of money collected and expended ? When is the banquet to be-given to the men of the 127th, to which Major Boumfort alluded , and to defray the expenses of-which a large sum of money was collected f —In reply to these questions, we can only state, that hundreds of dollars were collected for the purpose alluded to, and that the money thus contributed has,not been accounted for , as it should be, by those who had the control of its disbursement. It is not possible that the sum thus; contributed was expended for hack and music hirv during the reception, as that was the only expense incurred by the committee. So far as the banquet is concerned, that certainly demands some...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

CJe jpatlg f _eiegraprj HABB1SBUBG,FA_, Tuesday Evening, Jane 2, 1863 UNION STATE CONVENTION. The LOYAL CITIZENS QF PENNSYLVANIA, without distinction of party, who desire cordially to unite in sustaining the NATIONAL AND STATE ADMINISTRATIONS, in theirpatriotic efforts to suppress a sectional sndun 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 OUB 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 _PJTTSBURG, on WEDNESDAY, the FIRST DAY OF JULY next, at eleven o'clock, a. m., on said day, to no mi nate candidates for the offices of GOVERNOR and JUDGE OF THE SUPREME COURT, and Co take such measures as may be deemed neceseary to strengthen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

Traitor* Fear _Punlfthment. The action of every copperhead organs and leader, since the inauguration of the rebellion) has been to give aid and comfort to the traitors Inarms. : The offences of all these have been of a character Which, no proceeding in civil law could reach. They have labored to demoralize the army, by preventing recruiting, encouraging desertion, tempting men to- resist the machinery of the draft, and in every wa' yj_^_oesible_, embarrassing the military operations of ihe Government. This was the nature of the ma-' jorlty in the last Legislative _Houbo of Representatives, _^by whom resolutions were passed denouncing the. National Administration. It ' was to bring the policy of suppressing the rebellion into reproach. Hence..the men, guilty of such a course, have alwayB cried ouiagainst punishing their offence_^ _oy any other t han civil process. They were-aware that an action in a civil court could neveYreach their crimes, c|r at least could never inflict the p...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

Owxjsq U_*.-—There are'Secret'*Leaguea formed, and beinK formed , having oaths; obligations/ pass-words and grips,'*_$! _^the' country, whose members are compfeUe_«Pto_^ke a solemn oath which binds them to Btippcrft'men who will "never consent" tojtbe restoration o_¥ the ¦ Union founded by Washington.—Mmira Oa-¦ tdU. • ' - _^ - - —"Honest confession is good for the soul." We have warned the people against these 8ece88ion leagues, again and again, but their party organs deniedytiteif existence. The frequent exposures'have caused, them to own up. They first _started as the,."Order o " f the Lone Star," to steal Cuba, and add slave territory. During the Border Ruffian .reign of terror in Kansas, it took the name ot- "Knights _*of the Golden Circle." Under tnatiame these traitor disunion leagues are now flourishing. No doubt the Ejinira editor . Bpeaks from personal knowledge.-_^' i Where will tine Northern Traitors Go ? As the war _progresses, we of the North f'" 1 more and moro ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

MARKETS BY TELKGUfcAFH .. i Philadelphia, June 2. Flour; small sales at $6 95@7 25 for extra family, and $6 75 for superfine. Small sales of Rye flour at.$5. Com meal at $4. Wheat dull at $1 56@1 58 for red, and $1 65@173 for white. Bye sells at $1. Corn, comes in slowly., and yellow dull at 86*. Oata at 70® 73c. Coffee dull; Bl<_T80@81c. 300 hhd: Cuba sngar sold at 9f@llc. Provisions dull; new mess pork commands $14 5O@16, and old at $12 25. Hama pickled at 8_^@9_c, and in salt at 7@7_$ ; Sides at 6i and _bhoulders at 5c. Ohio whisky commands 46_@46 j la_. ... ¦ • _N*w _Yoek, June 2; Flour firm; sales of 9,500 bbla. at $5 25© 5 35 for State; $6 25@6 30 for Ohio and $6 60 _@7 10 for Southern. Wheat advanced lc; sales at $1 22@1 43 for'Cbicagd 8_priog;.$l 30 _@1 45 for MUwapkie_, club;i$l<46@l,47 for red Western. Corn firm, sales of 60.000 bos. at77@78. Beef quiet; pork $9J@10_J;;_wbisky dull at 44£_@45c. Receipts of flour 25,947 bbls ; wheat Ui:493 bus.: corn 122...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

VALUABLE REAL KSTaTt _^ _fu SALE, ON the corner of State and Fd> jert str_^ now occupied as a MACHINE SHOP AN FOUNDBY. The lot is 75 feet on State and 175 on f 1. The building on the _corner of Sr ate and Fii ¦ • ¦S^?Jf 76 * feet _- by 30 ' witb a T "la _Z oa Fl ! _^ _k x ° _? J,_Tt !l a wio _8 oa the west t-Q i by 30 feet, all two stories hijj'a -fuis or. p can ea_^ly be convert: d i_^tr , a 1 ;,_^ _jt (t-; seven or eight dwelling*.. Thee m aC a t> story warehouse on the cor ner of Filbert etr and North alley, 28 by 3D feet, that can : altered into two dwelling'j; iQ th« rear o' t: _boildiDg is a foundry, _wu ich may be altered i to dwellings also. The above propert y, witb all the machinin complete runnin g orderis for sale _as it i °* _?_Ie?ie_^tate _Vrtthout the machinery. my27-d2w] T. H. WILSON & CO

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

B. T. BABBITTS Concentrated Condensed or l_'ulveriti SOF T SOAP . rpHBEE gallons of hands jtue white _rdr' JL% _SOAf made in five _minutea. No _fe r _^ required. Diawjnous.—Dissolve one _pouud of L> ; Babbitt's Concsntrated _Cundensed or Pu.lver •*¦ Soft Soap la one gallou of boiling _wawr, it add two gallons ot warm water. When a. you will have three gallons of Handfonu W ., Soft Soap. Ten pounds will make one barrel J sift s_^e. The eoap thus made is an exceld tit wash t _trees _. _'_shrubti and plants of all kin !_= Just leceived and for sale by WM. DOCK, Jb , & CO my27] Market _st., opposite the Court Hr , ,. ' ..

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

Valuable Furnace Property ior _Sa_. _mmx or to Rent. HTIHE undersigned _wfll sell or rent _Chrtfc _wh^^800 ' dtaate ta Cromwell _towebi_; Hoatmgdon _.county, Pa. The Stack is well a: substantiaUy buflt; there is also Ten BaL _S_^8 ?l tDl _f* blere Pair ' ****** ** an abu !^^ to25cmt8per cord, (woodleave) *U latwo miles of the stack, and _abondico geod ore can begot from one to two aud a h, mile8,ata waBonable _pwe. The furnai R _* _iJT_^_S _^ ^^ on _statioa, e. _B,, with a goqdpablic road leading to it r rarther _parUculara , address ¦ _&: ¦ ¦¦ _> _,_ '- ¦ ¦ SAMUEL WILSON pSprace Creek, P. a, Huntingdon_^unty, : --' • ' ' • : " _. " • mrSl-dia:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

A '' »_ldin_« W» Agenti Wanted to Sell Iloyd'a Amemi Map of _tne Bnited _Su_^* _, -* DHKSCmSwian^^^^ _i_^ .. r maps can be furnish** *f~~ Mm _addressmg D D BA»?_nv _"*/ quantity. _Cnmberlal _i count* _t_? • _UtCtJ _% Qic8bu Pn_^ _wife _freiS_^_'/^1 _'&t _*ubl [ *k m_^Sa^^ fcdshed _^bB m T_^^hn d _5y !_jrnd reau*e fr > °°_» _*6 _fc» «_w> _^ «_V part of the United States. Add _resa >, . . . D; D. BABiON. _TVDO1TB 1— —

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

IMPORTANT _ANNOUNCEMENT.> _^OttPLETIOiJ of Appleton's Ner American \j Cyclopaedia in _eixteen _vols. ri yal .ootajr- _^, over 750 pages each. In extra , cloth $3 50, library leather $4, half Morocco $4 50, per: vol. Also ' , -American- Annual- Cyclopaedia _vola. 1861 and 1862, now ready. Sptts of the above may be1 seen at Bergner_'6 Book Store. Sample volumes also at the Religions Book Store of E. 8. German, No. 27 SdutBrSecond street. A special discount to Clergymen. Agent&wanted. For'particulars and circulars address , _, ' , : ¦ . J- - :. _>_m> sJ; _FvBTfiASBAOiGH v _s t. :"r • _- ¦¦ ; HarriBtraigr :Pa. _o General Agent' for the publishers, D. Apple-' ton & Co.7 :tj-; .-_^i ,: _» :.:i. je2-tu*sat .-. • ¦¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

FK0M.?I0KSBUEQ NO CHANQB IN AFFAIBS. ¦•>—¦ Washington, June 2. Official advices have been received from Vicksburg to the 29th ult., indicating no change in affairs, but the prospects are Still encouraging. SICOKD DISPATCH. TheNew York-flsraW has the following special from Washington: _^A - ' Intelligence has been received through rebel channels that Vicksburg has fallen. A verification by our own advices is awaited.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

BOARD AT _SARATOaA SPRJJJ_0S TTTASBINGTON HALL, (late Mre Mason's) V f so long and favorably kuown to visitors at the Springs, IS NOW . OPEN for the reception, of _gueita. The house is large , delightfully situated on BBO AD WAY, batween the CONGRESS and _JBMPIBE gv_^INGS_, and_% suriodfided by atople aad beantifuiiy shaded groutids.. TiWeflretclaBB-andth' eT'oomsyrSQ adap_^d for tt_^j an 'd' l vgeparttesof friends. For _fuithdr _particulars addrees: WASHING10N HAl_^ _StBlT_^^ _jpjQ_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

5O,OOOLBS ''EXCELSIOR" (CANVASSED) XX A _3VJ: S ! Now _Ruattvnjo , which we can sell whoiaalt by the single Ham, at a very low figure. my80] WM. DOCE_^ Jr.. & Oj

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

BRANT'S HA7..L. Wednesday & Thursday) J one 3 & B A R C L A V S New and only _correct r.-auorama oi JEFUSA _LEM And vicinity ever painttd, and PKKI8COPK OP _TF.K UOLY _LAXi) Doors open at half-p_^^t seven. I'm, •_- . moves at eight p. m. Admi_^iou r<Ju_^_ti • cents. No half price. [_iuy3o-.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

AUDI/TOR'S NOTICK. rpflE Auditor appointed by the Orphans ' JL Court, in the matttr of the exceptions to the account of Elias Hoover, administrator of the estate of George M. LoDg, dee'd, will attend for a hearing of the parties at the office of the undersigned, In the city of Harrisburg, on Friday the 19th day of June _inst.,-at 10 o'clock, A. u. M. McKINNEY, jeldoawSt Aud i_*°!\ -

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

;' :.7 $5:,_SE_^_acaj>^ .. _i. - T 08T--0n or_^bout the 6th day of April last} XJ an Overcoat, in the pocket of which was a wallet containing a-.autn of money arti a number of valuable!_paper8,.promifisory_;n._9tea| &e._r &c., drawn tos the order of Wx. _fciaoH. The finder will receive the above, reward upon -the delivery of thepapers to this office, ' or to - ; _WJtt. _SfliOHi |8_M8t-wlW-j _, _^v _^sL Lebanon. Pa

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

TXfANTlib—Forty or Fifty _WoodOhoppers VI Sixt y, cents per cord will be paid and ho piling to be dona. Apply to E S. _GEBMAN, 27 South Second street, below Market square, or to Jacob Thielman, ; Millersburg, Dauphin county, Pa. • " je2-dlw°

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

New York Money Markets. Nbw Yobk June 1. Stocks easier; Chicago & Bock Island 41 J; Cumberland Coal 28c; Illinois Central bonds 1 18; Michigan Southern 1 16}; New York Central 1 24f; Pennsylvania Coal 1 39; Geld 1 47; Treasury, 7 8 10a. 1 07.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

T OST—this _MORNTNG,Chech No. 840, drawn JJL in favor of Michael Me Adams for $31, on the Meohanics'Bank. The payment of the check bas been stopped. The ' finder will be suitably rewarded by returniugit toWm. T. Bishop J or to _; _' MICHA_^ Mc _ADAMS; i ;; lt°_l _Bliver alley. - below Wasbirieton avenue!'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 2 June 1863

_&£_fo StftoertiBtments HAMS. - Michener _'R Excelsior Hams, by the hogshead, tierce, _burel or .ingle ham. canvassed and _uncanvassed, for sale lower than any other store. Each ham warranted. Call and examine at NICHOLS & BOWMAN, jt 2 Cor. Front and Market _Stroll*.

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