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

New '_AbxttrtiBtmtVitB _PROCLAMATION. MitoR ' s _OrnoB, i Haniaburg, May 14th, 1868. \ Whxbkas, It is the duty of every _citizen to lend _hia aid to the preservation of the public peace; And whereas, The unlimited pnd indiscriminate sale of intoxicating liquors to a large population must inevitably lead to serious disorders and breaches of the peace; therefore, it is hereby enjoined on all tavern keepers and retail dealers, within tbe limits of the city of Harrisburg, to close then* bars and to discontinue the sale of all intoxicating beverages, including lager beer, at six o'clock r. k , of every day in tbe week until further notice_, my 141 A. L_; ROUMFOBT, Mayor.

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

Declination of a Pjaovosr _Mabsrai..—We trust that our cbtemporaries will not fail to announce that Hon. W. W. Ketcham has declined the app Dint ment of the Provost Marshalship of his district. It h important that this should be known in every county in the Senate, and as we " notice that some of our _cotemporaries still publish the list _ofMarshalfl with Mr. Ketcha-u'8 name embraced, we thus remind them of his declination. We hope this written notic6 will not be neglected.

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 14 May 1863

the country of men, and reci ia are consequently an impossibility ; theii _^ _mmuoication is threatened or destroyed, aud a universal glcom overspreads everything. In the mean time O'ir finances are better t _ian last year, and we have a law by which the army can be in creased to any extent; while, on the other hand, the rebels are without credit, either. ..at home or abroad, so that their nuances are at their lowest possible ebb. ~ _-'

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

"" FANS , FANS, FANS , FANS , FANS , FANS , FAN8, FANS; FAN8, FANS FANS , FAN8 , FAN S, FAN8* , TANft FANS , FANS , FANS . FANB, FANS , FANS, FANS , FANS, FA_«B, . ' ¦;i _' ; ¦;• . ¦ . • ¦ . • FANS, " _' .: " ' " P_»R the largest and best assortment in the city, call at CATHCART8, , myl2 d2w No. 14 Market 8quare.

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

JDieft On Wednesday, the 13th, after a severe illupss, Mrs. Sarah S., widow of the late McNajr Wilson, aged 72 years. Her friends are respectfully invited to attend the funeral on Friday afternoon, at 4 p/_cloek, from the residence of John Till, Walnut street , below Fifth. " Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord."

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

100 222* '«_£ _™ and Peach Blow M3J\J _Potatoes , for sale very low, by NICHOLS & BOWMAN , _xa Comer Front and Market Stt N°_K _IS1 ^™ _WNE APPLE _A _^ HEESE, direct from the manufactorer and for sale by WM. DOOK. Jr! &m ' T\BIED BEBF AND BOLOGNA.» VAn _^_ZT

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

_^mnsenunts. WAIT FOB THE BIG SHOW GARDNER & HEMMING'S CIRCUS LND MODERN ARENA

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

TAVERN LICENSE. NOTICE is hereby given that Samuel W. Roberta has filed his petition to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Dauphin County for tavern license, and thai the same will b_^ presented to the said court on the 29th day of May inst. J. C. YOUNG, my] 8 8t« Clerk of Sewions.

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

Fire at Cleveland. CuvsLAND, May 14.;J Stanley, Graham & Co.'_s tub and pail factory, in the old Exchange hotel building, was burned to-day. The. loss is between $80,000 and $40,-000, and was insured at $17,000 in eastern companies.'

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

New York Money Markets. Nkw Yobk, May 14. Stocks dull and irregular ; Chicago and Bock Island 99}; Illinois Central railroad 106$ ; Michigan Southern 113^; Cleveland and _PittB burg 98 ; Pacific mail steamship company 93 ; gold 150$ ; one year certificates 99f

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

_ |ft .< 8CHEFFER'8 BOOKSTORE T~r _^_'_- ' ¦ 18 Market _Street. J _UJT open , a tosh lot of Photograph Albums, •» ¦« SOHEFFER'S Bookstore.

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

NEWS FROM NEWBERN, N- 0. ¦¦- ¦;. _- . ¦• ¦ ' .. ¦¦?« The Rebels Refuse to Receive the Disloyal Citizens SeDt them by Gen. Foster. ¦ • ¦ ill ;:;¦ ¦ : >Jji , . '_-•/-.._-

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

bottle, six bottles for $6 Principal depot, E WING'S DRUG STORE, 280 Baltimore street , Baltimore. For eale in Harrisburg by D. W GBOSS & CO., Druggists. [apl7-lm _«

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

and Mobile to prevent the capture of Jackson and Vicksburg, and that General Grant, being apprised of this movement of the enemy, h_^d fallen back to tha river to await reinforcements.

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

FROM WASHINGTON

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

Gone to the Field.—Major Harry White, who was absent from bis regiment, the 67th P. V., during the past year, attending to his duties as State Senator, and was on a short visit home since the adjournment of. the Legislature, left his home last Monday to rejoin his regiment in the field. Major White was an active member of the Senate daring its late session. He now gr.es to nil his _military station at a moment when events crowd fast one upon the other, and when the service of every soldier is needed. Record their NAMEsV_^While thousands of names are being enrolled, showing that their owners are unconditionally for the Union, let a book be cpened in every community (in Harrisburg especially) to enter the names of those who refuse to join Union Leagues and who act with the copperheads. When the war is over and the Government victorious, the copperheads will be the loudest to protest that they were loyal citizens and in favor of a vigorous prosecution of the war. Let us have it in ...

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

Abbival or Nine Momths' _BsaiMBNTs at Camp CuBTm.—Up to last nigtit, five regiments of the nine months' men had arrived and taken quartets at Camp Cur tin, namely: The One Hundred and Twenty-second, Col. Franklin. The One Hundred and Twenty-third, Col. Clark. The One Hundred and Twenty-fourth, Col. Jas. W.HawIey. The One Hundred andTwenty-fiftb _. Col. Jacob Higgins. "The One Hundred and Twenth-ninth, Col. Frick. The One Hundred and Twenty-eighth, Col. Matthews, now a prisoner, arrived here at seven o'clock this morning. This regiment ' has seen much hard service, and Buffered severely since it marched from this city nine months since. These men have all seen hard service. They fought well, and are determined, two-thirds of them, again to enter the army, as soon as they have visited their different homes, and give personal attention , to private business which needs their care and supervision. They embrace in their numbers Borne of the best men in the localities where they were ...

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

_. HAMS!! ! OC\ _C\C\_C\ LBS. —Composed of thi <_6\J_)VJVJ\J foUowing brands, just re oeived: _NswBOu/_e, celebrated. Nbw Jcbsbt_, seleeUd. Evans aud Swiu_' b, superior. _Miohujbb_' _s _Exobmiob, canvassed. Micihimik'_s _Excklsiob, not encanoassed Ibon Cut , canvassed. Ibon Crrr, not canvassed. Plain Hams, strieUy prime. _CorjHTBT Hams, very fin*. Each ham sold will be guaranteed as repre Bented. WM. DOCK, Jr., &CO. UQUORS. W! have on hand a very superior _selectiod of WINE8, BRANDIES and FINK LIQUOBS, of every description. BRANDIES of the choicest brands and vintages. WINES of every variety and of tha finest quality. ST. CRUZ BUM. HOLLAND GIN. IBEg; /SCOTCH, BYE and BOUBBON WHISKY; CHAMPAGNE, SCOTCH ALB, BBOWN STOUT, COBDIALS, 4c. Also, a NATIVE WINE, manufactured from the domestic grape, which is a splendid article, and we know U to be pure. ap_!4 WM. DOCK, Ja., & CO. Cbesebroagrb it Peanon, PROVISION _DEALERS , 14 South Water Street, Philadelphia , A ...

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

VISITING, WEDDING, IMITATION, and AT HOMEUAKDS, BY a special arrangement with one of the best engravers in the country, cards of any description will ' be executed in tho highest Btyle ef art, conformable with the latest fashion, and supplied promptly ,at lower prices than are charged by the stationers in New York or Philadelphia. For samples and prices call at mchfitf BERGNER'S BOOKSTORE. CRANBERRIES, _HOMiNi, BEANS, SPLIT PEAS, BARLEY, '_AuCARONI, VEBMICILL1, OBANGES, LEMONS, b (OS* BAISINS, PBDNES, CITLON, CUBBANl_^, and a largei assortment ol Or _sse & Black wf 118 Pickles, Sauces, &c., just _received fresh from the importer, and for sale low by janStf W. DOCK, Ja., & CO. POTATOES. T ATERCEB and Peach Blow. A large supply _JYJL of the above in prime condition, jaat received and for sale by aprlO WM. DOCK, Jr., & CO. PIANO S! STEIN WAY'S, CHICKEBING'S, BBADBUBY'S, ILSLEF'S and GBOVESTEEN'S. MELODEONS, &c_, by PRIME, TREAT A _LIffSLBT....

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

& A PONIFIER, OR CONCENTRATED L¥E, ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ... , -' ti: :¦>, ._^ THE FAMILY SOAP MAKER. _HPHE PUBLIC ate cautioned against the JL SPUBIODS articles of LYE for making SOAP, &c, now offered for sale. The only GENUINE- and PATENTED Lye is that _rfade by the PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFACTUBING COMPANY, their trade-mark for it being "SAPON1FIEB, OB _CQNOENTBATED LYE." The great SUCCESS of this article has led UNPRINCIPLED PARTIES to endeavor to IMITATE it, in violation of the Company's PATENTS. : All MANUFAOTUBEBS, BUYEBS or 8ELLEUS of these SPUBIODS Lyes, are hereby " NOTIFIED that the COMPANY have employed as their _AtTOBNEYS_, GEORGE HARDING, Esq., of Phila., and WILLIAM BAKBWELL, Ksq , of Pittshtrg And that all _MANUFACTURED, OSERS_, OB SELLERS of Lye, in violation of the rights of the Company, will be PBOiECUTED at once. The SAPONIFIES, or CONCENTRATED LYE, is for Bale by all Druggists , Grooerb and Countrt Storks. TAKE NOTICE. The United States Circuit Court,...

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