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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

36m _^_bBtrtisemcntff WM. B. DRAOBt_/_UY'_A P! A N0_+OStt t _^BM_^NL No. 427 Broome _Stj,, NKW TUKk. np_«HB subscriber respectfully invifes the atteri X tion ofnis friends and the public _generally to bis _PiaooiForte Establishment, at No*427 Bioome street, corner ot Crosby street ; ¦ . • Having withdrawn his _intereet , stock.and materials from the late firm of " ligbte & Brad biiry8," which firm _wt»s dissolved on the 81_sf January, alt., and having purchased the enttrt Stock of Piano-Fortes _»ud Piano-Forte Material, owned by his brother, Edwaid G. Bradbury, in the said firm; he iB how prepared to supply the _increased demand tor his e_^ebratod Piano For toe. Eojpioyiog the Mustskillful and experienced workmen, with a lar_^e.siock of the best and moeji thoroughly Heaauned material, andat_. abundance of capital, he has takWta band the peniou_^l _Supervision of the whole business oi mauui jcturmg bis insttumentu, and _js enabled to turn out Piano-Fortes of _unequalled...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

Jfi bXA Jl LI S11JKD 1760. PETEa _JLORUiLARD, Snuff and Tobaooo _Manuiaoturer o ] I M if la CHAMBERS _SK _, '<' (Forpaerly? 42 Chambers 8treet, New York,) \1_TOULD call the attention of Dealers to tht M articles 01 hii manufacture, vie : j - BBOWll SNUFF. Macaboy, ; Demigros, • Fine; Bappee, Puim Virginia, Coarse Rappee Nacnitoches, American Gentleman, Copenhagen. YELLOW SNUFF. 8cotch_; High Toast Scotch . Irish High Toast, or _Lundyfqot, Honey Dew Scotch, J Fresh Honey Dew Scotch, • Fresh Sooteh. ^** JAttention is called to the large redaction in priote of Fine-Oat, Chewing and Smoking Tobaccos, which will be found of a Superior Quadty. . TOBAGOO. : atosxsa. Long, S. Jago, No. 1, _Spanish No. 2, Canister Noa. 1 ft 2 mixed, Turkish. } Granulated. . nnoBi UBMwma. P. A. L., or plain, , _._ Cavendishor Sweet, * ' :.-' ' ; : • . Sweet Scented Oronoco. j TmFottOiTenaish N. _ti.—A ciroular of prices will be sent 00 application. ' «f• >¦», t_._i_^i _o_^jarjl-dlj

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

FJEWM PORTRESS MONBflE. Federal _Movements AgaiMt _Tlckibarg . ' ... *m_> — " • ' Fobteess Mokbob, May 13. The two hospitals formerly known as the "Mac >n" and'Ocean House" hospitals, bave DeeL.consolidated,a«d will in future be. known as he "CizyUr General Hi*i>ital," uudsr the superintendence of l)r. McKay, formerly of the Chesapeake Hospital at Hampton. Ihd steamer Georgianna, Captain Pfareon, has returned to Fortress Monroe , having been thi-roughly repiired. For fhtf present the will take the place of tke Tbomas A. Morgan, running between this place and Yoiktown. The British frigate Binaldo arrived here this afternoon, and reports having left Charleston 1 _ist Monday, at 3 p. u. By this conveyance we have the Charleston Dcdly Courier, of the 11th instant_^ which _atso contains the aunounoement ¦6 f the; death of General Thomas J. Jackson_, known ' as "Stonewall _Jackroa. . The Richmond Whiff _newppapar office was _dt _stryyed by"fire this afternoon. Ori...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

Hlt0«llancotw L&.FE INSUBANOE The GirardLife Insuraace_, Annuity and Trust Company oi Philadelphia. OFFICE W. 408 CEES7NV7 S1REET. [(charter perpetual.) _Capital and Assets $1 ,643,386 f Is THOMAS BIDGWAY, President. JOHNF. JAMES, Secretary. G ONTlkUE to make INSURANCE ON LiVi£S on tue most reasonable terms* They act as Executors, _TroBtees and Guardians under tast W ilia, and _hs Receivers and Assignees ' . The capital being paid up and. in vested, together with a large and constantly _lncreasiug reserved tund, ofters a perfect security to the lusured. "; _1; '; 'Jthe premiums may be paid yearly, half yearly! 6? quarterly. The company add a BONUS" periodical' y to the insurances for life., TheflBST BONUS appropriated in _December, 1844, the SECO_>D BUS US iu Decembdr1849the THIRD _PONUa in December, 1864_^ ind' tile _FO_' UBJfH1 BO*NUS in 1.869. These additions are" made without requiring any increase.in the premiums to be _poia to|$ie.comuany. : ¦ ./ The toi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

Nn» _3_ttoertt0tmmt0 PElPflER'S _DAILlf MM BETWEEN PHILADELPHIA, Lock Haven, Jersey Shore, Williannport, luiey, DnionlowD, _WatioBtowi, _MUloa, _Lewisborg_, Northumberland, Sari-" bwy, Trevertpa, Georgetown, : Lykenitowoi _Millewbarj, flaiitai, _BaopWB AND _STAR _ft I SHU SO. The Philadelphia Depot betogCOTtrally located, 'he drayage will be at _the lowest rates; The Conductor goes through with each train to attend to _thef_^afe delivery of all goods _iatru ted to the line. Goods delivered ac the depot 01 FREED, WARD & FREED, 811 Market street, _PhUadelphia, by 6 o'clock P. M., will be deUv ered ini Harrisburg the next morning. Freight Always as Low as by Any Other / Lioe. l JOSEPH MONTGOMERY , _i PhUauelpbia sad BehcUng Depot ,: ¦ . _ect21-tf] Foot ot _MasketStree_^ _Harriaburg. ¦

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

LIQUID BlfiNNEr, f IQUTD BENNEI yields with milk the most Pi luscious of all deserts for the table; the lightest and most grattful diet for invalids and children. Milk contains every element of toe bodily constitution} when coagulated with rennet it is always light and easy of digestion, and supports the system with the least possible excitement. Wnenfctiil greater nutritive power is desirtd, cream and sugar may be added. A _teaspoonful converts a quart of milk into a fiim curd. Prepared and sold, wholesale and retail, by ' 8: A: _KUKKEL, m>5 ¦ 118 Market _street. OYBUPdahd Molas_^eB _of all kinds, for _baI _0 by .NICHOLS & BQWtfAN , _mj3 Cor, _Fioot and Mft.ket _fta, _1 4 Strong, vigorous, bearing plantS _t at' _,loV piice.atKeyatoneNursery.i? ;/, J r MISH , _/

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

The National Loan, , _pHiiADKif bia, May 14. Jay Cooke, general subscription agaot, repbrtsMhe tale yesterday, May 13ih, oi $1,000,-000_fivfetwenties, and today $2,750,000, didiribured _ac follows : New York aud New Jersey, $1297,000; Boston, and New Engla d, $750,000; Ohio, $820,000;: _Pennsylvania and Philadelphia, $2S|6,000; Bal'iawra and M-ryland, $62,0U0; Kentucky, f8,000 : Minnas-ta, Michigan and _IUiuois, 17,000. Total, $2,750,-000. ; The arrangements making, for the deliveries of tbese,is completed by theTieasury Dep-rtmenti aud .while the del _»y is entirely un»void-.ble _subecrioers bave tue sat-ef cti >n of receiving interest * oil tboamouut _sabscribod a_^_s>OQ as received by auy of the authorized agents, eastoriwe_^t.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

FISH —Another large lot of _Mat kerel and Herriug, in all bis of _packages, _bdrrelt, ap27 "Cor. Front and7 Marhet Streets. TH7IND0 W SHADES of linen, _^ilt-bordered; YY and _PAPEB BLINDS of an endless vari ety of designs and ornaments ;>&!*>,< _CRBXAIN FIXTUBES and _TAStjELt? at very low _priwa Call at. L SCHEFFER' S BOOKSTORE. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

'« SCOTCH ALE, of the best brands, always on hand and-for) t a by, [*p_!4] WM'DOOK, Jr., &OO. MBAWBfeRRlES. K3 plants of all valuable varieties, at Keystone _Nnrsery. , [ap_!7_] . _.J._JlISf. QMOKED AND PICKLED. SA MO NT, just _p receiv_^d_^ , WM. DOCK, Jr., & OO _, .,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

A Eie and. a Cowardly . The Tory Organ, Vote morning, unable to conceal its chagrin, and anxious to exhibit its disregard of truth, loyalty and honor, attempts to create ' the impression that it was ignorant of the fact of the indignation its own shameful conduct bad produced among the soldiers,.and then, with well-affected surprise, seeks to show to the public that it disregards all warnings to silence its treason-sympathizing publications. Be it known, notwithstanding this attempt, that from the first appearance of 'the nine months' men in thiB city, the Patriot people sought the protection of the mayor and ran after the military authorities tctplace a guard over their.t e8tablishmea. t. They knew that they had_' aspeised the character of the soldiers who were about to return—they knew that that they had cast shame in their /paths- that they Mad assailed their leader as a BRAGGART AND A BOASTER, and crowned the infamy of their damnable lies by pronouncing him a DRUNKARD! even ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

GRAND NATIONAL CIRCUS AND MODEL SHOW! _TT17TLL , by special request, remain in HARRISBUBG, ONE OAT AND NIGHT MORE, This FRIDAY, MAY 15th, On which occasion AN ENTIRE NEW PROGRAMME Will be * offered, bringing all the resources of this MAMMOTH CONCERN Into requisition. special moms. The Show will NOT VISIT LEBANON, As advertised, bnt will OPEN IN READING On Saturday Night, May 16th, 1863. SEMEMBER THE GRAND CARNIVAL TO-DAY IN O4RRISBURQ WAIT FOB THE BIG SHOW. GARDNER & HEMMING'S CIRCUS ANJ) MODERN ARENA!

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

Important Bill.—The following important bill authorizing Notaries Public to acknowledge deeds passed the laBt session of the Legislature, viz: ¦ ¦ ¦ • ' ¦ >¦ ¦ _- .¦ _'¦• ¦¦' ; ¦ - ¦ ¦ ¦ AN AGTauthorijzlngNd_%riesPublicin _thisState and in apy State or Territory in the _^Jaited States, to take acknowledgments of deeds and letters of attorney, and to confirm ac k _nowledgments heretofore made : Section 1. JSe it enacted by_ the Senate andSouu of Representatives of the _OormumweaUh of Pennsyl vania, in General Assembly met; and U is hereby enacted by the authority of the same, That in all ca9es of .the sale, conveyance, mortgage or other instrumentfif _writfog " heretofore made , orjwhich may be hereafter made by any per6pp orhusband and wife, concerning any lands, ten ements or hereditaments or any estate or interest therein, lying oi _jieing within this Commonwealth, and heretofore acknowledged of proved or hereatter acknowledged or proved before any notary public in any ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

Brave Men Declining a Reception at the Hands of their Traducers. One of the instructive lessons of the war is that taught by the officers and men of the 122d Regiment, P. V., to the authorities of Lancaster city. The Mayor of Lancaster, with a majority of the "city fathers,*' are among those who do not hesitate to declare that this war is a _crusadf against the rights and the property of the people of the South. George Sanderson) the Jiayor, th ' rough _thetfolumns of Wb paper, the Intelli gencer, has made /_ise of argument against the war !or theUniqriand the Constitution, which any editor in the south would have blushed to print _jn favor of treason. He has used the columns of his paper to defend Vallandigham, and ttaduce such veteran statesmen as Thaddeua Stevens—he has made a mockery of freedom and deified slavery—and like him, the other members of the city government of Lancaster have made every occasion serve to assail the men who are perilling life and limb, as either "da...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

DOMESTIC GOODS LyrusLiN, _Yi GINGHAMS, CALICOES, DELAINES, - . DfclILLIN3S , &c. Goods of this order at very little advance on, _tanuf tkcturers* prices. OATHCAST & BROTHER, Next door to the _Hartibburg Bank myl2-d2w _MOVRNIKG GOODS. [p_^YTfllNG io thfa line _mannfectured fo, U Ladies' bummer Wear. A great many _oods of new material. CATHCABT'S i_« J?"** doOT to the _Hanisbnig Bank. my_!2d2w t _WP _^2_^ -CBtKBBAT£D PINE APPLE 111180 v WM DOCK, Jr.. & m V °_S£_5?"l ofc Of 8U P etior _B_^_a, jO8t re X ceived and for sale low by NICHOLS & BOWMAN _Jgj_^ Cor- Front apd Mt>vk«t ££_&. _^ _ALT, ground, alum, Ashton and _dairTT_^ 5 Urge op snail quantities 1» al_' _fw?™* BOWMAN, _~ Om ' Fropt •" _« M_« _^ot _gtreetH. WP°» I'iJAOKBBs .iuBt_^f_._^ _^ "r: . _^ _^ C_^RwBrMdMark_^ _M_^ _4BOW_« _SIOIJ_^ AND SCOTCH ~ aT_5~_T wat> _JJOCK J&t & CO. _pHB KNE8T STOCK OF PHOrOGRAPW L A 1 I _^MS,P0BT F0_U0_^P0_^EO B_^^ >...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

liet the Soldier _Resitt the Temptations of the Tory. ¦ -. A... ¦¦ ¦ . If any one thing was apparent to _ihe public of Harrisburg this morning, after reading the leader in the lory Organ,.it was the yearning desire on the part of the proprietors of and writers for that sheet to be martyrized. They have gone their full lengths to provoke the soldiery to an attack on. their establishment, hoping thereby to manufacture capital for treason, and attract public sympathy for the condition hi which such an assault would place them. This is one of the motives which induced the publication of the article in this morning's Tory Organ. But there is still an other, a more mercenary and therefore a more natural motive for the course of the journal in question. If its proprietors, could provoke an assault on that office, and a destruction of the material on which.the Tory Organ is printed, Dauphin county would be compelled to replace the old stock thereby destroyed with hew type and presses, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

FANS , FANS , FANS , FANS , FAN8 , FANS, FAN S, FAN 8, FANS, FAN8, FAN8 _, FANS , FANS, FAN8 , FANS i FANS , FANS , FANS . FANS, FAN8_, FANS , FANS , FANS FANS, FAN& _ipOR the largest a . i_>d . best assortment in the «,_°\ aPX ** CATHCABTS , n_»_yl2_^w NcMMatketSgoaVeA X N ASSORTMENT OB) OVER 1OO STYLES ¦ . . . ; —or— ; -- ¦ .;.. POGKET BOOKS, _PIJBSE8 _AOTJ POBTMONAIES, FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN , AT SELLER'S Brug and Fancy Goods Sto_«e, M. 91 Market Street , A FINE LOT OF MMEBS' GASES iM _LAK6E mm® Some Splendid New Patterns of HAD IE S' C0MP 4 Jf20jrS. Toe best Morocco - TRAVELING _SATCHELS _, And a general variety of FANCY GOODS, suitable for Presents, now on hand at ¦ « KB3_a.EB/S myll) pjng 8tore, No. M Market Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

Another Refusal on tHe _Partof the Soldiers to be _Received by the Copper-;' _, lxeads, _^, _' .? ' - " ,'7 ' "_7y ' .-> ¦' ' . '¦'' _ ' . '" . ' ; ' . "' The Union League, Mayor and City Councils of Reading, with c the offioersrof- Barks county, have been makjng preparations to receive the OneHuodredShdiTwenfy-eighthPennsylvanli Begiment on their return from the war, and the President of Common Council appointed J.Glancey Jones, Ancona, and Albright, who is Chairman of the Democratic Central Committee, as a committee. These appointments gave great dissatisfaction, and the Union League and citi: _zens passed resolutions denouncing the act as an outrage, and,refused to join, in the reception unless the objectionable names were ' withdrawn. A committee.of twelve citizens was sent from Beading to Harrisburg, on Tuesday l ast, to consult with the r< giment, and a dispatch has been'sent to Bead? ing_/by the committee, instructing _thei League to proceed with their arran...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

HAMS. - Michener '8 Excelsior Hams, with and without canvass, togther with other choice brands, for sale low br NICHOLS & BOWMAN, my 16 Cor. Front and Market Street*. RANGES AND LEMONS.—Fresh _MeaBtaa Oranges and Lemons, for sale low , by NICHOLS & BOWMAN myl5 Cor. Front and Market Streete. /^tSEESE, old and new, from prime Dairies, \J for sale low by NICHOLS & BOWMAN, my_!5 Cor. Front and Market _Steetg. ICE CREAM SAUCERS.-Philadelphia Ice Cream Saucer or Plate, j _ust received, and foe Bile by NICHOLtS & BOWMAN, my 16 Cor. Front and Market Streets. LOST—A Maltese Kitten, about two months I Old. Had a small bell attached to a ribbon _rcundhisneck, _isvery playful,aiidan8werstothe name of "Jim." A liberal reward will be given if left in North street, three doors from Third. my_!4 8t . A. H. BAUM_. - THE 127th BEGIMENT, P. V. APIC-N1 O, for the benefit of the 127th Begi ment, P. V., will be held at Haehnlen's Woods, onTUESDAI, MAY 19,1868. _OmnibuB...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

rpRlS MAMMOTH ESTABLISHMENTL A NEWLY EQUIPPED AND ORGABKED_; and direct from their AMPHITHEATRE IN PHILADELPHIA, will exhibit in HABBISBTJRG, On Thursday, May 28th 1863 K AFTERNOON and EVENING , Doors open at 2 and 7. Performance, to com mence hal f an hour l ater, Adwbuo* _"•v-.v-v 25 cento No naif price_. The public should remember that " this Company has MORE AND BETTER PERFORMERS, MORE AND _BETTEB CLOWNS, • MORE AND BETTER HORSES Than any Company tnwe iog. _ihe whole un der the immediate direction of the PEOPLE'S CLOWN, DAW GARDNER. THE GRAND PROCESSION Will eater town precisely at 10 o'clock on the morning of exhibition. ; Will also exhibit a7_~ : Va_«acr Jot, Tto*day, Mat 26. MlDDUTOWJ_? _, W_«DHBI>AT, MaT 27. DosaumoH_, Fmbat, Mat 29. W. H. GARDNER, myl4.6teod Ag_7nt.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

An:Eloo,ubnt Appeal.—We direct attention to the address of the Associate Manager of the Women's Pennsylvania Branch Association of the United States Sanitary Commission , Mrs. P. A. Eyster_, which appears in another column of to-day's _Telbgbaph. As this is an _association designed exclusively 'to care forjfche temporal comfort and wants of the soldier, we deem it not out of place $o state, that it does not therefore .compete with the Young Men's Christian Association. The one looks after the body, while the other labors for the soul of the soldier. Bjth can therefore work jn unison and harmony together, as qach is essential to the success of-the other. l'_- ' i-' Mrs. _Byster has undertaken the discharge of & delicate and a noble duty. She must not be expected to do this unaided. The duty devolves equally upon.all of seconding her efforts, and so co operating with the organization which Bhe _jtepresente in this . icounty, ai to give it the utmost vigor and secure for it...

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