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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

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Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

C_|e gatlj) Cekgrapl ilABBlSBUBG, FA. _Thursdaj _Evening, May 14, 1S63. ia its faitfcf arld_^rnake the < nation the great source of _personal revenue- aud _, deposit—is showing its happy effects in this manner. This iavefctment of money is the surest test of a man's sincerity. , He may believe jin a cause, write for iiy speak for it, aud sustain it , as a matter of theory or principle; but it is only when he gives itjhie money, the results uf _^ _his time, and energy, and Bkill, that he exhibits the fraukest devotion. We, therefore, look upon this brief table of figures and statements every morning with as much1 "interest as we look upon the news fro in the seat of war. The soldier who gives8 *8 r '8 » _'* 6 B 58 his life, and the citizen who gives tht) results of his life's trials-and succe_^_es_, are the true patriots. Each _sustains the other , and each is a true friend of the government. Both are necessary. 'Without the means to arm and clothe and feed him, the sold...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

I TJxe Trial of V_^llandignam—War on Constitutional Principles. As we expected it would, the trial of that blatant traitor, Vallandigham_, has developed still farther the idea of "Democraticsupport" of tbe war for tbe Union, for the Government, for Liberty, and hence necessarily against slavery, tilave-holders and the _advocatts of human bondage. The argument and defence in Vallaodigham_' s case, may be fairly set down as the principle and platform of the Democratic party, and as sucb, the trial interests the people of the whole country. Hon. George E. Pagh, ex-^ geflator of Ohio and ex favorite of Young America hi that State, was the chief among the defenders of Vallandigham, Oa his motion ia the United States District Court, for a habeas to the case of the Buck eye traitor, Pugh lucidly defended what may be termed Democratic policy, which the Cincinnati Daily Times thus sums up: 1. We most sustain the Constitution, only in ihe manner laid down by the Constitution, j 2. _TheiCo...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

DOMESTIC CMHMDS, _Tt ffUSLIN, A j IVl GINGBAMS, CALICOES, DELAINES, DBILLIN_3S , &o. Goods of this order at very little advance on manufacturers' prices. CATHCART & BROTHER, Next door to the Harridburg Bank. mt_!2-d2w - ¦ . ... . .... _^- _MOVRNIKG _CiOODS. E VERYTHING in this line manufactured for •Ladies' bummer Wear/ A great many goods of new material. OATHCABT'S v _j Next door to the Harrisbursr Bank. • myl2d2w San Shades and Sun Umbrellas A FINE ASSORTMENT. All tbe different styles and prices. _GATHOABrSi Next door to tbe _Harrisbunr Bank. ¦ myl2d2w ; - _SQfe ' .J1_TST RECEITED_, A LARGE AND VABIED ASSORTMENT OF XV DBESS GOODS , at prices that defy competition. CATHCABT8 Next door to the Harrisburg Bank. ¦m yl2d2w . _, SALE OF HOTEL FURNITURE. WILL be sold at public sale, on Friday, at three o'clock, the 16th inat.. at tbe BURNS1DE HOUSE, on Pennsylvania avenue a lotot hotel furniture , choice liquors, bagatelle table, beds and bedding, _dishes_/_Aa/_ae? m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

Tbe Situation in 1863 and 1863. There cm be no doubt but we have advanced far in the work of subjugating the rebels since _lwt year. True, on the 10th of.May_, 1862, am forces were _inventing Richmond, and Mitchell and-hia army, occupied a small portion of Alabama ; but aBide from this, ,wi) now_^_olds every-foot of territory then occupied, and much more, in _Lpaisianaj Arkansas, Mississippi, South Carolina _aud Virginia. ! , _t That the advantages of last year might have been improved, and that no disasters need have * followed if good generalship had been _displayed there is scarcely a ground to question ; bat that we lost marly all in August and September is too well known: to require repetition. The question then arises, will we not be liable to lose during the summer what we gain in the spring campaign ? ¦ For our part, wo cannot'see how this would be possible. Nothing but tho worst of generakhip wou'd admit of a disaster in the future: Last summer , while the rebels were a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

ROBERT SNODGRASS, VTTORNEY-A T-LAW. Office with Hon. . David Momma, Jr., Third street, above _Earket, Harrisburg, Pa. N.B —Pension, Bounty and Military Claim* f all kinds prosecuted and collected. Refer to Hona. John C. Kunkel, David Eumma, Jr., and R. A. _Lamberton. m\9-d*w6m MACKEREL—A large lot of Mackerel in barrels, halves and quarter?, for sale low, by NICHOLS & BOWMAN, aeyS Cor. Front and Market eta. _PUBE AND UNADULTERATED SPICES, X from the most celebrated mills in tho country, just received and for sale by J14 WM. DOCK, Jb., & CO. ORANGES, Lemons, Raising and other foreign fruit just received and for _aile by NICHOLS & BOWMAN, my4 Cor. Front and Market _sts. SMOKED HALIBUT. AVERT choice articla just received, and for sale by Wti. DOCK, Jr.. & CO. FOR SAXE. A THIRTY horse power Bteam engine, nearly xV. new. Price low. Address _^ A. C. MILLER, ap_!7 2m° Newvflle, Cumberland Connty. B. M. _KATEEB, THE OLD BI1_. _K, POSTER HARRISBURG. ALL ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

_NtfD 3ttto£_rfement0 L _^ST_^A^[alte_^_enSt te^^bouT tirokfonlS old. Had a small bell attached to a ribbon round h'sneck_, is very playful, and answers to the name of "Jim." A liberal reward will be given if left in North street, three doors from Third. my_!4 3t _, , A: H. B_^PM. THE 127th BEGIMENT, P. V. A PIC-NIC, for the benefit of the 127th Regi ment, P. V., will be held at Haehnlen'_s Woods, onTDESDAl, MAY 19,1868. « r ~ , _Omnibusses will leave Rouch'_s Hotel-, Sixth and Walnut, and Frisch'_s, Fifth and Market, every hour in the day. - m' yll-dlt 8 _^ • HA.RMQNY QROVB NURSERIES M West QrmtChe_»Ur County, Pa. WANTED, in Dauphin county, , an enterprising man, at a good salary, to devote his whole time to selling Fruit and Ornamental Trees, delivering and collecting for the same. Unexceptionable reference required. Address myl4dltw4t«] DINGEE, CONRAD & CO. LOST—On Wednesday morning, in Walnut street, between Fourth and Fifth _streeta, a small ACCOUNT BOOK, belonging ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

The Death of Stonewall Jackson. Hbadqtjaetbks Aemy of thb Potomac, { ;^( _l;i ,,, ' May 13, 1863. , :f The following letter and order are published in the Peterebu_^ (Virgin ia) Sentind: ' OHANCBLioBvnvtB, May 41 To Lieutenant General T.J. _Jackton: GKNBaAL It—I have just received your note informing me that you are wounded. I cannot express my regret at tbe occurrence. Could I have directed events, I Bhculd have chosen, for the good of the country, to have been disabled in your stead. . . I congratulate you upon the victory, which is due to your skill and energy. "• ¦ ¦ ¦ - _¦" - ' Most truly yours, " 'T'" ??. "' ' B. B.LEE, General. '*' - HSADQUABTEBS AEMY OF NoRTHBBN } _VraomiA_, May 11,1863. J Gknxeal Obdebs_, No. 61.—With deep grief, the commanding general announces to the army the death of Lieut. Gen. T. J. _JacksoD , who expired on the 10th _inst., at 3.15 p. m. The daring skill aad energy' of this great and good soldier, by Jhe decree of an All-wise Providence, are now l...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

¦=-y Nkw Yobk, May 14. Advices from _Poebla_, via Havana, to the 21st ult., state that the French were repulsed on tbe 13 th in an _attacked the _cbnventsof _Vaughustin, Carmon abd Merced. On ,the ; l4th a battle occurred at Alexico , betweea _j part of Commoniort'_s forces a_> d the F_.rencB' _i; Both parties claim success, but the chief • dgsign of Comonfort to dislodge the French-.ftom Alexico was not attained. t. Reports ..recejy<d from Vera Cruz state that tho French were driven from Fort San Janvier and the Hill of San Juan to their former p _' ositiun at Amalcufta. " , The French .account disagrees with thi*, and reports the capture of the church of Carmon. .There is out little _chaoge in the situation since the 1st of April. > . •;. , .-. _; ?" _, Washikoion, May 14. Gentlemen arriving from the army last night, who certainly speak advisedly, say there are no indications of a movement to the south side of the river by our army!: " ' ' _" .; THE WAR ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

rpHIS MAMMOTH ESlAlfcUlSuaiEJNl, A NEWLY EQUIPPED AND ORGANIZED, and direct from their AMPHITHEATRE IN PHILADELPHIA, will exhibit in HARRISBUEG, On Thursday, May 28th 1863, AFTERNOON and EVENING , Doors open at 2 and 7. Performance to com mence half an hour later. Admission 25 cents No half price. The public should remember that this Com pany lias MORE AND BETTER PERFORMERS. MORE AND BETTER CLOWNS, MORE AND BE7TER HORSES han any Company traveling. The whole un _sr the immediate direction of the PEOPLE'S CLOWN, DAN GARDNER. THE GRAND PROCESSION Will enter town precisely at 10 o' clock on tbe morning of exhibition. _WD1 also exhibit at Momre Jot, _Tubsday, Mat 26. _Middutows, Wkdsbsday , Mat 27. Duhoahkob, Fbibat_, Mat 29. W. H. GARDNER, myl4-6teod _ Agent.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

New Goods—Just Opened! - • • _; ' " -; AT ' : . BERGIER'8 embracing every new and improved style of POCKET BOOKS, MAGIC CURRENQY HOLDERS, CAU-SKm_,POCKET BOOKS, BUCKSKIN PURSES, PORTMONAIES, &o, at prices to suit all circumstance?. * POCKET CUTLERY, Consisting of a fine assortment of _Westenholm'_s ' " Superior Pocket Knives. _GOJLD PENS, _^. From New ton's celebrated manufactory. Eotry -. Pen sold with a guarantee. PORTFOLIOS,., • _WBMlSR* CASES, ' ROSEWOOD DESKS, pApetebies , &a, Together with every article usually found in a first class Book and Stationery- establishment, at.., •¦;. .. , _,; _. BEBONER'S myl2 . 51 Market Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

_MARKETS BY TELEGRAPH _Phixadblphia _, May 14. Flour excessively dull and selling only in a small way at $6 87J@6 for superfine, $6 31_£@ 6 70_@6 76 for extra, and $7@7 50 for family., five floor Bteady at$525 and corn meal at $4 25. Wheat dull at $1 G0@l 66 for red $1 75_@1 86 for white, - Ted has advanced to $110. Corn also lo. _higher and 5000 bus., yellow, sold at 92@93c. Oats in good demand, and 6,000 bush. Penna. sold at 82o. Coffee firm, at 31@32_Jc. for Bio, and 33c. for Laguira. Provisions move _slowlv; sales of mess poik at $14 76@.l6 00 ; lard dull at lOJc. and roll butter at 13@16c. 2,000 _bbls. petroleum sold, at 24c. for crude, 86@89c. in bond, and 44@ 48c. for free refined. ¦ ¦ Whisky movies slowly, at 46_@46c. _Nsw Yobk, May 14. Cotton has a declining tendency and sales at 60c; flour heavy and 10,000 bbls. sold at a de dine of 5@10c_, and State sold at $6 75_@6 96, Ohio $6 70_®6 80, Southern $6 90_@7 20; wheat heavy and 40,000 dub. sold at a decline of 2c, an...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

A N ASSORTMENT OF OVER 100 STYLES —OF— ' ¦ ' " ¦'¦¦¦ ' \ P00KET BOOKS. PURSES POBTMONAIBS, FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, AT KELLER'S Drug and Fancy Goods Stow, No. 91 Market Street. ' AFIIjiELOTOF BANKERS' CASES AND LARGE WALLETS Some Splendid New Patterns of ladies' coMPAinoirs;. The best Morocco TRAVBLJ.NQ SATCHELS, And a general variety of FANCY GOODS, suitable for Presents, now on baud at x KELLER'_^ myll] Drug Store, No. 91 Market Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

Disloyal Persons Sent South. St. Louis, May 13. Thirteenth male and eleven female rebels were sent South on the steamer Belle, of Memphis, thl6 evening, under the orders of the provost marshal general. The most prominent among the men are D. Donavan, formerly surveyor of the port; James S. Dougherty, fo.merly receiver of public money; Dr. Moses Henry, N. Hart, lawyer; Isaac Pollard, lawyer; Moitimer Kennet pnd Christian Pullis, merchants, and Lin ton Sappington, a prominent citizen. The _famililies of Owen, Merry, Hart and Pullis, are allowed to accompany them at their own request. Among the _womrn are Mrs. General Frost, Mrs. _Montrose,'A. Palen, Mrs. Sappington, Mrs. k. Ayres, Mrs McClure, Mrs. Nicholson, Mrs. Clark, and Mrs. _Sooigrass. The two former Were the wives of rebel officers, and the two last named were mail carriers. . The men with families were allowed to take $1,000, and all the others $200:each. It is understood that the property of these parties will be appropri...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

The Nine Months' Men Express a Determination to Be-onlist. ¦ ' ~ Nbwbwn, N.C, May 7. ., The United States steamer General Meig_* leaves here for ' New York at half-past four o'clock this afternoon. • It is said that the rebels refuse to receive the disloyal citizens sent out of our lines yesterday, except those who can give security of their ability to take care of themselves. Gen. Foster _hjja recently paid a handsome tribute to the nine months' men in this de partment, who will go home with the victories of many battles inscribed upon their banners. General Foster sajs there are no braver or better disciplined troops in the werld, and from the day they entered the service they have not only successfully rivalled our veteran soldiers , but have proved more than a match for the enemy in every engagement. ¦ A large majority of these nine months' soldiers hare expressed a determination to re enlist for the war, after a month's furlough, provided they can return to this department ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

/ _~ )NE BOTTLEOFEWINQ'SBLOODPHTao (very agreeable to the taste) is _mpre iffective in cleansing the circulation, and thus removing all diseases which arisa from an _impurejstate of the blood, than on sozor botxlh of Sabsapabilla. It is not a Sareaparilla , although it contains as much of that drug ,as is usually found in preparations purporting to be pom Sarsiparilla. It _depends for Us _tuccets upon a far mare active iepuratke agent. It contains not a par ticle of mercury, but un the contrary is the best antidote ever yet discovered for the .ravages of that insidious and dangerous poison. It is WABBANTEr/to drive out and thoroughly remove all diseases whkh'%ise frbni an impure drculatipn which are curable by any meant. One dollar per

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

Front Jamaica. ; ' ;. _. j . !,, Nkw York, May 14. ¦ The steamer _Plantaeer has arrived with Jamaica dates of the 5th;'an.d Port Au Prince of the 7th _instj Gen. L_^_grps attempted arising against the Haytian Governmentat the Tillage of Deplane _^He was am8ted and * the affair squelched inheight' _nours. , < DEP1HTMENT OF THE MISSISSIPPI Tbe Advance on,Vlcltebu.rg—Gen. Grant • Defeats tbe Enemy at Jaekion_, Bliss. ?_. Cairo, May 13. General Grant had a severe battle with Gen. Oowen at Clinton, ten miles from Jackson , Mississippi, on theline of railroad, last Wednesday, which continued all day. General Bowen w«s finally; beaten and driven back to wards Jackson. _i _Tte women.and ohildren of tbe latter place were leaving for the town of Meridian, _wbilt the men were preparing to hold the town. It is reported, from rebel sources, that a large force of rebels were coming from Charleston

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

WRITING _FLUTDS _^Boss' American Writ ^? ?^ A?8 P leDdid I_^k. »t 62 _centa _g?r_52_fer ARNOLDS 3"°** Writing Fluid HABBKpN'S Columbian Writing Fluid ' LAUGHLIN & BUSHFIELD'S _InkT _Copying Ink, Carmine and Bed Inks of the best quality_^ Blue Ink, Macdage_, &c, at ap6 SCHEFFER'S BOOKSTORE CIHO1CK _SYKUPS AND MULAS«_ES. _=We _* are now offering for sale, very low, a lot of choice syrups. Call and examine , at NICHOLS & BOWMAN , _apli Cor. Front and Market streets. LADD2S ! You know where you can get fine ,,_ ««» Paper, Envelopes, Visiting and Wedding Cards? ap6 At SCHEFFEB'8 BOOKSTOBV ' MMiS _NATIONAL ALMANAC AND_^_fJvTT I AL RECORD for 1868, _foTwle_^t ap6 SCHEFFEB'8 _BOOKSTORE r\ BEEN CORK. _" W received by ^^^ _^esh Greeu J_^. _W. DOCK, Jb.. & CO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

_±_S lot, just received and for sale by M m*_M WM._DQCK.J_. _» _^ A CHOICE lot of superior Bacon. ~ _T " _celved w»d for sale tow by _™xm ' J°** "_> NICHOLS & Rr i™AH _^-ausa-aiftSSl _^1 Or*. Front and Market _streeta T_^UMs_5LS2<F0F PHOTOGRAPH sate _^_H0 _^08 _' _^0 _^11 BOOKS, ior sate at 8CHBFFER-S _HnnirsTAP _g T>HOT0GRAPH AT.WT*r« -u_._^....

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