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

FROM WASHINGTON. THE FLAG OF TRUCE SENT BY GEN. LEE NO ENEMY Off THE RAPPAHAMOCK Washington, May 12 The facts connect- d with the flag of truce sent over by Gen, Lee, on Wednesday morning, _arf, as Btated by himself, that he bad exhausted his medicines, surgical appliance and hospital stores for the wounded, and asking for frtfth supplies. These were Bent over by the way of United Statts Ford. . The truth of tbe report is now satisfactorily ascertained that some of our wounded, who were lying in the' _wodds around Chancellors ville, were burned to death. The woods were fired by pur own and the enemy's shells and the flames spread rapidly until the rains fell. Brigadier General Hays, of the _Beserve artillery, who was wounded in both legs, was captured by the enemy. There wara prevailing impression at Falmouth, on Friday, that the enemy had withdrawn from our front at the time our forces left their entrenchmenhs in the rear of Chancellorsville. One of our corps commanders had o...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 12 May 1863

r\_& E BOTTLE OF E WING'S BLOOD PHYSIO (very agreeable to the taste) is more effective In cleansiog the _clrcolation, ' and _thns removing all diseases which axis* fr_^m an im pure state of the blood, than on _dozbt _bottxis or Saesa-¦ ': - -JJ i- - ' i p_*. pakillX. It is not a Sareaparilla_, although it contains as much of that drag as is usually found in preparations purporting to be tobx _Sarsaparilla. Ii depends for Us iitceeu Upon a far more, active depuraUve agent. It contains hot a particle of mercury, bat on the contrary, is the best antidote ever yet _discovered for the ravages of that insidious and dangerous poison. It is _WAKBAitTKD to drive _ouf and thoroughly remove all diseases which arise from an impure circulation _tphich are curable by any meant One dollar per bottle, six bottles for $6 Principa_^depot EWING'S DRUG STORE, _^ Baltimore street, Baltimore. , For sale in _Harrisburg by " *J 4 m GROSS & CO., DrngglBts. , [apl7-lm_»

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

Eich rUsaecger allowed twenty cubic feet oi loggage. An experienced Surgeon on board. For passage apply to CHARLES A. WHITNEY, At the Office, 26 Broadway, New York For freight apply to Howlabd & AspnrwAii, Asrenu mrl8-dtie9] 64 South _st. . New York! JStm QLbvtvtiBtmcnts. THE STEAMSHIP GREAT KASTiiRN WALTER PATON, _CjmmatiJer. TITILL be dispatched FBOM LIVKBPOOL. fHOM KSW TOEK. _Saturday Mav 16 _Satmdiy June 6 Tuesday June 30 Tuesday Ju :y 11 And at the same regular intervale thereafter. First cibin from $95 to $1 _<5 Second cabin $70 Excursion Tickets out and back, in the first and eecond cabin only, a fare and a half. Servants accompanying passengers and cbil dren under twelve years of age half fare. In fante free. Third cabin. $£u Steerage, with superior accommodations... $30 All fares payable In Gold, or its equivalent In U. 8. currency.

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

A N ASS0RTME_5T OF OVEH 1OO STYLES —oy—POOEET BOOKS, PURSES AND POBTMONAIES, FOR LADIES AND GENTLBMBN, _j . . ¦ • -AT . , ' 1 KELX.EH'S . Drug and Fancy Goods Store, _JVo.,91 Market Street. ; A FINE LOT1 OF r * _. • BANKERS' CASES AND _LAKGB _WALfcEfS Some Splendid New Patterns of ' LAD IBS' . sG0,_MfAN_<10N8. " Tne best ' Morocco TRAVEL1NO SATCMBLS_, -. And a general ygrietyof _pANCY GQODS _^ Bnit ' able foi Presents, now on haudai_, _, ¦' _^J- KELLER'S my 111 Drag Store, No. 91 Market? Street.

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

MABKETS BY TELBQKAPH. Philad«lphia , M»y 12. The foreign news has had no perceptible effect upon _breadrtnfls. The export demand for flour is limited, and only 600 _bbls. sold, at $6 00 for superfine, $6 Z\\ for extras and $7 00@7 37J for extra family. Rye flour is steady at $5 26 ; corn meal at $4 26. There is vety little doing for wheat, and only 2,000 bueh. red sold, at SI 68@l 70. Small sales of rye, at $1 06. Corn is hi active demand, and 2,000 bush, yellow sold at 92c., afloat. OatB are unchanged; _ealea of 4000 bosh. Pa, at 81@_^c. Clovereeed ranges from S&0O@5 60. No change hi groceries or provisions. ' whisky nnchantfed. I - ¦ • _Nsw York. May 12. Cotton ia dull and declining, sales at 62@ 62_£c. Flour quiet—8,000 bbls. sold at an unchaDged price. Wheat quiet but unchanged. Corn quiet-25,000 bus. sold at 86(^86_^0 for _couod ; and 81@84c for unsound.' P6rk.dulf. #ld me*>8 %\% 37i@;2 60. Lard _Qrm at 9Kc l _Ofc. Whisky _dulT at 46@46ic. _Secelpfe of flour ...

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

JSm _5lln)£rttrtmfttt8 li DOMESTIC GOODS . _TV,fUSLIN, . - ivl ginghams;1 <i CALICOES, DELAINES, ¦;: :. • ¦ ,-. . DBiLLiNas, &c. J ' .Goods of this order at very little advance on manufacturers ' prices. CATHCABT & BBOTHEB, . Next door to the Harrieburg Bank. ' _vm>i2-d2w _JUOVBlVINfi GOODS. TpVERYTHINGin tbislineinanuiEactured for Mi Ladies' bummer Wear. A great many goods of new material. QArHCABT'js. " Next door to the _Hanpsburtr Bank. „ mylgd2w _t ""J __J*., A_*INE ASSORTMENT. All the _dlftlreni 4%. styles and prices. CATHQABT'S ' Next door to the Harmburg Bank. myl2d2w ¦ ¦'.•».. *

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

THE WAR IN MEXIGO THB FRENCH STILL UNSUCCESSFUL. : SAiT FiiA . HOifCO _, May 11. Dates from the City of Marco to the, 16th ulr. and Fuebla totbol4fcb, have been received. The French bargained nothing since the 6th. They were occupying the castle of San . Janotar and six _blocks of the city. On the 12eh, Gen. Ortega wjr6t ' e_>tn'at the condition of 'the city was unchanged ' and expressed - _confidence tb _»t tho French cbnldnottakaand hrld . lt. The French were _bombarding the convents of San Angus tine,.-Coma and Merced. The; attempt to capture them by flve _assBUlts had failed, the Mexicans captiidn_§ a number of prisoners irom one of the Z)uave regiments. The guerillas oohtinned to annoy the French supply .trains. ' Large ' forces were concentrated at tbe city of Mexico; and Gen. Comfort held the road thence to'P ,uebla. Deserters slate , that many French _officers consider It impossible to take Puobla with the present. force, all the houses In that city proving to b...

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

The VallandigJt»m Trial. ClHOIHNATTI. May 12 The motion for a writ of habeas _corpia,'in, the Vallandigham case,was argued yesterday, before Judge Leavitt_, United States circuit court. The argument will be continued to.dav. ThtDtaell court of inquiry concluded its labors _yestorday, and adjourned tine die The c urt has been in session one hundred and sixty-five _^ _. ,_*. . ;";: . _- - !<_&*>* S'lr_*. " ¦f \ Postoh, Msy 12. The Palmer & Co. cotton factory, at the three rivere, Canada; was burned on the niRhtrof the 9th. Tbe loss is Insured in New York and Boston offices.

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

FBOM MURFREESB0R0 ADVANCE OF XHE REBELS. ; ' ' ': _pJ ',!\_1 ( : : ': :. '' :v _yiw Yokk, May i2. A special dispatch from Murfree<-boro, Tenn. to _therTrjbiiiie of the 11th say8: Ttustwoithy iuformation has been received that Martin' s rebel cavalry _ii at Forrestville, 12 miles frbm here, and is reported to have reinforced Gen. Buckner's division..!' ' A lady who, has arrived at Nashville reports 700 rebels at WllIikMsport. The ' latest reports stato that the'_enftfre " rejt>el force is from 60,000 to 65.000 meD. f

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

< _DkLBQATES TO THB _PlTXSBUBO CONVENTION.— John;J. Patterson, of Juniata, and ; William _Bilger, of Union, have been appointed Kepceseutative Delegates to the _Pitteburg Convention, for Juniata, Union and _Soyder counties. These ' -delegates gO' unlnstructed, but it/'is _undqretood that the first preference of the districi which they are to represent, as a candidate for_*G6verhor, is Hbd/W. W. Ketcham. -

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

yit_* ;6_o.the 12th, Miohah, _Shawfbe, ia the 49th year of his age. . The funeral will take place ftoni his late residence lin Broad . street, between Second and Third streets, to-morrow afternoon at 4 o'clock: The relatives and friends of tbe family are?xe-^_pectfolly invited to attend without further _motiiM.

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

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

. Internal Revenue Resources —Tbe folio wit g is a _statement of the United States taxts assessed according to the Internal Revenue law upon licenses, carriages, Bilver ware, &c, for tbe year expiring Sep _t ember 1st, 1863, in the counties af Diupbin_, Northumberland, Union, Snyder and _Juniata, being the 14th collection district of Pennsylvania: Class A. _Peualtics » $72 60 Clou B—Licetuea. 23 apothecaries at $ 10 $ _^0 00 28 auctioneer! at 20 660 00 1 banker at 100 100 00 2 brewers at 60 100 00 6 brewers at 25 126 00 15 billiard tab!ea at 5 . 80 00 6 bowling alleys at 6 30 00 2 brokers in money, stocks, &c.,at 60 100 00 34 cattle brokers at 10 340 00 5 claim agents at 10 60 00 1 confectioner at 10 10 00 19 dentists at 10 190 00 1 _disdlltr at - 60 60 00 3 _distillers at 26 76 00 31 eating houses at 20 310 00 1 .exhibition' , not otherwise _, provided for, at 10 10 00 18 horse dealers at 10 180 00 8 third class hotels at, 76 226 00 6 fourth class hotels, at 50 26...

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

THE BEST FAMILY SEWING MACHINE, IB WHEELER AND WILSON'S. _TVTEW OFFICE Market Square, next door to 11 Colder'_s orfice. Call aud see them in operation. A general assortment of machines and needles constantly on hand. Mits Margaret Hiney will exhibit and sell them, and also do all kinds of machine sewing on these machines in the best manner.-; The patronage of the public is respectfully solicited.; aprll-dSni . DOCTOR A. H. _STtVENS, ELEOrfilCAL PHyisIClAN, is caring all CHttjNIC DISEASES, both of Ladies and _Guutlemen_, by a >w method in the use of Electricity alone, ithout any Medicme, or even aoy Pain. BOARD may be had, with. Treatment , by itienta frtm abroad, at reasonaDle rates, in the actor's Family. / _^ LECTERs applying for circulars or further : formation will be nfoo.ptly an-weied. Office id Residence at 1418 SOUTH PENN SQUaRE, liladelphia, Pennsylvania, being in a cen-) _al as well as aeligbtful part of the city. ' V Out this ont for future reference. ,. I ap8_...

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

The Stats Lunatic Asylum.—A writer in the Lancaster Evening Express details some interesting facts in reference to this magnificient monument of Pennsylvania's benevolence. The attention of the passengers on either of the railroads leading _westward from.Harrisburg, will be frequently attracted to the buildings of this institution on their elevated and commanding position. Upon a _visit to them he will find that the main building, four stories in height, and surmounted _*_ith!a dome, is connected with each of the wings _oy a building three stories ' h'gh_, which _ia aUo the height of the wings.— _Thestf wings are divided each into four Eeparate wards for the-patients; the female patients in the east and the male in the weBt wing. Each ward con _Easts ' of a long hall, on either side of which :the Bleeping apartments and sitting rooms are ranged; The main buildiDg is occupied by those who superintend all the patients, and these in turn are controlled by the gentle manly Superinte...

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

An Appeal _roa Bread.—The following appeal addressed to the Irish of America, must; find its way to other hearts besidesthOB6thro|[ bitig with Irish blood. It is an appeal to the humane—a holy, tender and pitiful cry which cannot fail to touch all-who read it with sympathy, love and chaxi,tyVr We commend it to all ourreadeis. Tue letter was addressed to thes editor of the Boston Pilot, from which paper _weltSnafer it to our owh columns for the " pe _^ tusaland action of our own readers : Babewbld_, _Ennis, Co. Clare, )' ApiU 12, 1868. f My Dkar Sir :—I beg to acquaint your and the noble warm-hearted friends of bleeding add prostrate Ireland in _America,,>tbatihe _Ijorrurs of _detjiitution are broochng_/ like a night-mare , on thiB unhappy district. ' I have been _Solicited, imploiedr by the hour, to send the cries ot . _thtj, distressed across the A _' tlautic as on the laat year, when, by the generous aid received, I re-; Ueved ajgreat many diairict_* ia this emancipatin...

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

A meeting of the Union League of Harriaburg was held last evening in tbe Court House to devise some measures in response of those already adopted by our cltize ' nB, to do honor to our returning _voiunteere. In the-absence of the President, on motion, _Davtd FtMUNO, Esq., was called to the chair, and stated the object of the meeting in an appropriate address. At his conclusion. A. J. Hbbb, Beq., being loudly called for, made an able and truly eloquent speech, which _^_rftB_^frequeritly and warmly applauded. 7 Geo. _Bbbgnke, Esq., then submitted the following preamble and " resolutions, which w«re unanimously adopted: Whxrbas, We bail the return of the soldiers from the battle-field, where the nation's honor, glory and _perooaneLce nave been so nobly contended for, as the most fitting season to display oar appreciation for valor aud gratitude for eallant service; And whereat . While we regard tbe heroes _fiom all par-s of the Commonwetilth and every loyal State,a8emiueDtiy worthy...

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

THE PUBLIC ate cautioned against the SPURIOUS articles of LYE for makiug SOAP, &c, now offered for sale. The on'y GENUINE and PATEN rED Lye is that made r»y the PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFACTURING COMPANY, their trademark for it being •• S vPONlFIEB, OB CONCENTRATED LYB." The great _SUCCESS of this article has led UNPRINCIPLED PARTIES to endeavor to IMITATE it, in violation of the Company's PATENTS. All MANUFACTURERS, BUYERS or 8EXLEt:S of these SPURIOUS _Lves, are hereby NOTIFIED that the COMPANY have employed is their ATTOhNEY8, GEORGE HARDING, Esq.. of PhUa., and WILLIAM BAKKWELL . tap.of Patxburg And that all MaNUFACTUftKKd_, CSEiis, OR SELLERS of Lye, in violation or the lights of the Company, will be _PBOiECUTED at once. The SArONlFlEB_, or CONCENTBATKD LYB, is for sale by all _DauooiBia, Gkooxbs and _COTTMTRT StORSB. iNtro _^_Ib otrtiaemnitg oa _OONCEWTBATED _t¥E , THE _FAiVIILY SOAP MAKER. TAKE NOTICE. TheUNiKD Statcs _Cibcoit _CoUbt, Weeterii District of Penn8)lva...

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

The Revival of tub _Organization of the (City Zouaves.—Almost immediately after the First City _Zjuavee, Cfipt. Awl, were mustered jout of service, a proposition waB made to re _^orgauize the company, and tender its services Ponce more to the Government. Up to last fnight, the muster roll was signed by twenty fiye iof the members of the old organization, and the I prospect is that at least two-thirds of the old' I membeis will attach _themselves to this organis ation. Capt. F. _Asbury Awl is sanguine of I having a full company to offer to the Govern-I _jneut in a very few days. I Thin prc mpt action on the partof theso brave men, id one of the most gallant deeds of their proud, career.. _Harrisburg has_^ always been _proud of the Zouaves, but this last proceeding will endear the corps to every man who loves his country. Pickpockets at Woek.—With the influx of strangers and the arrival of the nine months' regiments for mustering out and pay, we are again compelled to notice the o...

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

Sixteen Members of thb Lancaster Bab were it the Junes House last evening. A portion of thtee constituted a committee to meet the 122d pegiment, Penna. Vol., Col. Franklin,. which Is a Lancaster _county organization, and the others were in attendance in the Supreme Court. Among the number were some of the (moot eminent jurists in the Commonwealth. i_'BoF. McCoy delivered hi \ great lecture in «3efence of the war for the Constitution at Hol pidaysburg last night, and this evening he will Irepeat it at _Greensburg, and to-morrow evening. "he goes to Indiana to deliver the same productiioti. Thus from the Delaware to the lakes ' , Ifrom Lake Erie to the banks of theMonongabela, ifrotn the counties on thebordeis to those in tthe cent.e ot the Commonwealth, Prof. McCoy lis doing good work in the cause of his country. |To his eloquence he adds a _patriotism which ¦never falters or wearies in his efforts for law, Spider and liberty. God speed and strengthen Skim in his noble wi.rk. \...

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