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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

POTATOES_^ _Tl yfE RCEB and Peach B_^ow. A large supply 1VJ. of the above1 _ia prime condition_^ _jurt receivod and f or sale by ¦ ' • _AurlO WM. DOCK, Jr., &CO; _ENOLI SH DAISYCHEB_^lfir'the.very best ever offered in _tbis market, for sale by. _mrSO WM. _DOOK_, J«.. & CO. AATBtEA S, :s : , Different colored double varieties; While Fringe, Purple Fringe, or Mist Tree * and other shrubbery, ,at:_Keyston_« Nursery. J. MISH. .

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

I SMITH & _EWISG, pOSNEYS-AT-LAW_, I Off ICE THIRD STREET , _Lb MAttKiCT, HABBISBUBG _, PENN'A_, _^MLL a ttend to the Collection of Bounty _IBr Money, L_'ennsiocE and _arreurB ef Pay. w* Ihe widow or other hairs oi any soldier , Wpiu&y die _ty _disease or be killed while in B United States service, ia entitled to $100 Biuiy money, pension, and all arrears of pay; ¦d<.cvt.Be<l soldier.! L_«nylOy-rd-dlO _^r — _. - _. —

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

_M* _A3otfMJNTOUtY'S> P1SG_0POKAL ; ;; ¦_"¦ \ ' /J':,_stR\r^' m t\^ _[ .,;;-,! A _Iffc/onr lungs weak? _, Does a long breath *\ _live ' y dti Dftiri ._fA H4ve you a ' 'hackuig *' c&uzhl. I tiii von _eipi&torate hard,_^ _iwu gh mattei P Ai_^£yb ti wasted with _mgbf S wea ts and want ol ift _icn t If bo, hereu your remedy. It will an_.jueHtiWWy Bftv_^_yfen._^ Price $ 1 00. Tbe arloS_^mellid_^eh a8?be_^n iQ8eid extensi vely In this city'wittv good results. ' _Fifs_^le " at ; ' _~ BEBGNEB'8 _BOOKySTOBE. _' ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

I FRESH GROCERIES! ' i NICHOLS ft BOWMAN , i (Corner of Front and Market Streets,) * I BE constantly receiving from first hands B. large stocks of choice famil_/groceries, pur Esed for cash, which they are thereby enabled ¦sell at very small advance on city _wholesale Bees. Tbey would respectfully inform the nlic that they do not deal in nor keep any ¦bxicating liquors in any quantity, large or mil. _\_rnr3_* V

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

t; ;_4i DRIED-lWEEi _f ^^*i_:Mi , _DkBTEp Peachesy (pared) - _^rjea Peaches, (unpared.] [Dried,Apples., . . ,, _,:. .,, . ¦ • \ _,;_ptifi_^_lxaaa > \ li .• • ¦ .-.•.:*( ' Dried Cherries. •-.-.•-, ¦ " _< 1 _„, ,. Dried!Blackberrie8.; ! For sale by [aprlO] WM. DOCKi Jr., &CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

v\ "h ; j _JAPENE8E TEA. V _, ': ' "• i QHOICE EOT of Ms celebrated tea just _ZX _received. It is of the first cargo ever imported,'fflid is ' much superior to the _pbineee |_easiittianaJUty, strength and 'fragrance , and is _ajeo _entirely free from _adulteratton, coloring Or mixture p _f any kind. It is the natural kafof the Jitpanese Tea Plant. For sale by >_xa& l . WM. DOCK, Jr., _ikCO. ' >;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

SUPERIOR VINEGAR: ¦ -: 1 DO _CKj_^Cp_^ have, just ._received ;a _*new and superior " _Article of _. _" _Vfu_^fur, manufactured, entirely frou_^^rn _^ /which'/is ' _entirely free from' all mineral acids, and wh ' _^ ch thfecan freely recommend to_^ih_^_WnstomBrs _arifl the; _peUillfc. _" The public7 _aTfe Invited to give this article a trial.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

W BITING FLUIDS.—Boss' AmericanWrit-, , _io_^, Fluid, a spleDdid Iuk, at -62 cents per quar_| -u ARNOLD'S _^ _ertww Writing J'luid _^ lARRlSON'S Columbian Writ&g. Fluid,' LAUGHilN & _BUSaSIELD. 'S Ink, Copying _Iuk, Carmipe and Bed Inks of the beet quality, Blue _Inki Mucdage, &c, at . . ¦; - , ap6- _j . . . ' ,S0 ; HEFFEB'8 BOOKSTOBEa

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

jf_' iA! Rp_^N SEEDS; _- ¦• ' ' ishaker'_s_, Mt. Lebanon, N.Y._1 , and ) A f ._J o ' . _i _Priggs & Bro.T Bochester, N. Y. f A' large invoice, comprising every variety and description, just received and for sale by ,:$pUa j WM. DOCK i Jb., & CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

Unnaturalized Ba_«_ines_« itlen—Disloyal Business Men. Id all the large cities , and particularly In New York, the mercantile _business is mostly conducted by English, German and French houses. Throughout the west, these importers have their branch houses, and thus a vast num ber of people are engaged in the prosecution of a vast business. Mrn thus engaged have made immense _suuis of money duriag the war to put down rebellion. They have all been more or less interested in the gold _fpeculationa of the limes—and thus in two ways, first, on speculations in goods, an_^i second, as speculators in the metallic currency of the country, they have been amassing great sums of money. The Gov eminent has at length become apprised of this fact, and hence th« proclamation as to the exemption of unnaturalized citizens from]service in the army or the navy. It is a fact, that these speculators have no sympathy for either party. If they can make money by the success of the Government, that _succes...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

E. H. MATEEH_, THE _OLD _BILL POSTER, , HARRISBTJBG. ALL orders left at the Telegraph Printing office promptly attended to. Bills carefolly posted and distributed. my6d2 jv ° DR. J. W. BECUTEL. DR. _BECHTEL would inform the citizens of Harrisburg uud vicinity that he will be at tbe boarding house of Mrs. E. R. Vogel, In Washington avenue, tight or ten days only, where be will be happy to see all wbo _lubo_; under chronic diseases, or if unable to call be will call to see . sick, if desired. Dr. Becutel stands unrivalled In the enre of chronic diseases. We advise all tbe afflicted to call and consult the Doctor. Charges moderate, &c. mj6dlw° , _PIANOS! . STBINSv'kY_'S, CHICKERING'S, BRAD BUBV'S, ILSLEY'S and GROVESTEEN'S. MELODEONS , &c, by PRIN0R. TKKAT & LINSLEY. VIOLINS, GUITARS, FLUTES, FIFES Aj ' COBDEONS, _DBUMS , &c, _^Sbeet Music sent by mail to any place. PJCTIJJBB FBAME3 , ALBUMS and LOOK-1 INi_* GLASSES. Howe's Sewing Machinea , &a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

ARMY OF THE iPOTOMAO . _- ¦¦ .!! ' • ¦ •_-• ¦ _' -_'«•» • - ¦ "¦¦ '" _General StoSeman ' _a JBixpedltton_^Colonol KUpatriek'a _Offioi_^t Ueport. \ .:| Washujqtoh May 11. ' The following was received at headquarters to-day : f ¦ ¦¦ • - . . ' . ' _- f Yobktown, Va , May 8rl868i''J Major General H W. Halltek, CcmmdMtr-iriChuf Unil?dStattt Army: ¦ ¦¦ ¦- _ ' - : • ' /'¦ ' '' ' _QsstaAL:—I ihave the_^preateute to report that by direction from- Major General Stoneman I left .Louisa C. H. on the morning of the 8d iDBt-_^ vwith oile regiment—the Harria Light Cavalry of toy brigade—and reached Hungary, On the _Fredericksburg railroad, at daylight on the morning of the 4th, destroyed the depot,1 telegraph wires, and - railroad fox- several miles; passed _oyer to tht_> Broad turnpike and drove in the rebel pickets down the turnpike across the Break, and charged a battery and forced it to retire _^ wilbin two. miles of the city of Richmond ; ' captured Lieutenant Brown, aidv de-ca...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

An Army to _Cfperate Against .Traitors in the I_/ojral State*. , If the war for the Uni.n is transferred to the peaceful fields and brought to the very doors of the quiet homes of the loyal States, the leaders of what is called the Democratic, but which is ieally the _sympathising traitor patty, will be entirely to blame. Those ' leaders-have been persistent for a . year ' fast, inr endeavoring to provoke a rupture in the loyal States. While thousands of. _famillea have been mourning the slaughter of sons, brothers and husbands, by the hands of traitor slave driving Democrats, the highest aim/of the Democratic leaders in the very midst where such families _mourn _^ _hat been to justify the slaughter by defending the assassins, and to. increase the_'motives 6f extend_^ ing such sanguinary deeds by denouncing_^ an, administration whioh. has been laboring to stay rebellion and restore the nation to peace. We have frequently called atten_^n_^to_^thia fact , «nd warned those thus eng...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

ROBERT SSODGRASS, X TtOBNEY-AT-LAW. Office with Hon. ri. David Momma, Jr., Third street, above Market, Harrlaburg, Pa. • N. B —Pension, Bounty and Military Claims of all kinds prosecuted and collected. Befer to _Hons. John C Knnkel , David Mumma, _Jrv_, and B. A. Lamberton. ^_J m)S> d_*w6m MUSICAL CARD. PROF. R. T. APPLEBAUGH has recently arrived in _thfj dty., a .nd _cintinues to give instructions ori the _Guitaf... 4U orders left at Kaoche's music storeMarket .-street, _w,ill receive, prompt' attention. Refers ' to present PW_^J ,, _mv8d8t_« ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. NOTICE _ia hereby given that letters of administration de bonus non ' were _issned to the _Bubscrifer, on the estate of George Hammon late of Hie city of Harrisbarg, D_^apbin county deceased. All creditors of said estate will piesent their claims, and 4hoee indebted make immediate payment. JA_'COB SHELL my6 doaw6w Admipistrator_^ 86mm non. ACKEBEL-A rirgelotof Mackerel in barrels, halves and, _quarters, for g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

An. Infidel and a Coward * Falsehood. The following ia a plain assertion from the Tory Organ, this morning: WE HAVE _« « « RELIABLE INTELLIGENCE THAT HOOKER WAS BEASTLY DRUNK AND ENTIRELY _INCAPACITATED FOR COMMAND OR ANYTHING ELSE, ON SUNDAY, AND THE REPORTS THAT THE ARMY HAS ENTIRE CONFIDENCE IN HIM ABE UNFOUNDED. Now we only ask, that the soldiers who are at present in this city, and who perilled their lives with Hooker in achieving the success of the most consummate _stragetical movement of the war—that these brave men meet C|e § atlg _Cflegrapg IIABRI8BURG, PA. Tuesday Evening, Hay 12, 1*63. and resent this foul assault on their brave commander. Be it remembered, that the wretches who put forth this unfounded libel on Gen. Hooker are themselves the most confirmed inebriates in the land, who owe a stipend to every fire ping, lamp _pcit and curb stone in Harrfsburg, for the uses to which these were put while being occupied by their bloatedheads. And yet these dastards, when...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

.GRAND NATIONAL CIRCUS AND MODEL. SHOW: Under the Immediate Direction of Mrs Charles Warner, formerly MRS. DAN RICE t_^b_^ wiH exhibit at ^^*W HABBISBUBG , _^B_^_2S_^ _Thdbsdat, May 14th, _^^ AFTERNOON and NIGHT. T_^IWi Admission 25 cente. '_^_pM_^_S_^_P_^P SKATS FOR XVKBYBODT . THE LARGE3T COMPANY 11 -*f i m THE W0BLD! ]09S M\? . hom hobscb, _posas a_?d I V - UDLK8. _V_^_,_^^ BiTTER PERFORMERS, _^ ¦¦ ¦¦ K MORE OF 1HEM. J_^_fcjfcU GaElTEit ATTRACTIONS _^HflgH' and a _^^^_SR_^. FINER ENTERTAINMENr ^^BBy Than have ever been given _^^_# ANY CIRCUS ¦^^BS_^^ THAT *VBR EXBIBITKD IK HAB _J_^B_^^f_^ _BUBcaa. _Wedaesday. May 13th. Carlisle. Thursday, May 14th, Harrisburg. Friday, May 15th, _Lebanon. Saturday, May 16th. Readine.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

NEWS FROM WASHINGTON Ordfer Bespeoting Re-Enlistments ; «_1> "¦ 5 : _GENERAL ORDERS _p No. III. 'J'A" '( War D£_paktment, _AdjotaWGbneeal'_s Office, _) 'V¦''*¦ ,;. ' :i . _' _j <; .-WA8iusiG|T0», May 1, 1803. j ! L—From and after the. 1st day of May ail enlistitente of volunteers shall be under the epecial charge and direction of the Provost Marshal General, under the rules and regulations heretoforemade,. which, are hereby continueti in force, and such: other rules of the department as may from time to timebeimado. All disbursing officers and all other officers connected 'with" "the ' enlistment of volunteers will report to him. , ' . PiT-Officers'of regiments going out of service by reason of the expiration of theirterm,' may, wit_\i; the consent of their respective GovernbrH, re-ei_^li_^t their regiment* within thirty days from the( -expiration of the original service fora term of _Mr_^e years, unlefs sooner _discharged; and upon ti_^e_; regiment having fi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

_^FANSfc FANSfFANS, - f;ans. fansfans fan?, fansfans, fans, fans; fans, fans,- fans, . fan?, " ¦ '" . FAN8 . FANS , FANS. FANS, FANS . FANS , FANS, -FANS,- ' FANS, FANS, * ¦ '• ¦' FiR the largest and best assortment in the city, call at OATHCABTS, my_!2d2w No. 14 Market _Sqtiare. JUST _RECEIVED , ~ A LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF JA. DRESS GOODS, at prices that defy competition.' ¦ _OASHCABT8 Next door to the Harrisburg Bank. my_!2 d2w _. __ (_BOUNTY TREASUBER.—The uodereigned v _y announces himself as a candidate for County Treasurer and solicits the support of all Union men. Subject to the nominating con vention. ISAAC HEBSHEY. Union Deposit . May 12,1863. [myl8 dl-wtc 8ALE OF HOUSEHOLD AND K1TCHSN FURNITURE. IX71LL be sold at public sale, on WEDNK&-T T DAY, MAY 18,1863, on the premises, In South street, near the corner of Raspberry alley, a large lot of household and kitchen furniture, beds and 'bedding, carpets, chain, tables, _dishes glassware and stoves. Sale to _co...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

_stm 'Abvzrtmmtute. New Goods-Just Opened! AT BERGNER'S BOOK AND STATIONERY STOBE_, embracing every new and improved style of POCKET BOOKS, MAGIC CURRENCY HOLDERS, CALF SKIN POCKET BOOKS, BUCKSKIN PUBSES, POBTMONAIES, &o_, at prices to suit all circumstances. P OC KET C U TLERY , Consisting of a fine assortment of Westenholm'_s Superior Pocket Knives. i ~ COLD PEWS, . From. New ton's celebrated manufactory. Every Pea sold with a guarantee. PORT FOLIOS, WRITING CASES, ROSEWOOD DESKS, PAPETERJDE3, &c, Together with every article usually found in a first class Book and Stationery establishment, at . BEBGNER'S my 12 61 Market Street. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

Hon. IV. W. ICetcbam. . - . .../ There must have been- some misrepresentation about the appointment of Hon. W. W. Eetcham as Provost Marshal of fhe ' XItih Con . _^ i i ctxjr. a f•> a _tT T• _> ¦ ¦ • > _gresaional District. He never wa_^ personally, an applicant for ttiajij _ppsitiop _^ nor did.he ever authorize his friends _to nama him for- the appointment. His friends,: _» fact, have been making use of his. _namei in connection with'Jfile Gubernatorial; _^_ntmiiiatioD_, - and the strengthjrbjoh they haVjafith_^_slfM gathered to his support, makes him a _foibnidabie contestant for that high _honors; indeed_^- it is claimed by many, that he will ;be _*8Uj>porte d_r _to a very large majority of the-nominating con vention, to meet in J_^ittjsburg': in July next. Should thjs .ber e_$, . thjBi loyal _meq, of. the Commonwealth _^riU'have a candidate tfb'Xbear <thti r bannersa6d! _^_Jran6e: t|_ieii: ._wuse^^c|ae_^ifully.in the face of _' any_^_foej. ...

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