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

UNION STATE CONVENTION. The LOYAL CITIZENS OP PENNSYLVA NIA, without distinction of party, who desire cordially to unite in sustaining the NATIONAL AND STATE ADMINISTRATIONS, in theirpatriotic efforts to suppress a sectional and un holy rebellion against the UNITY, OF THE REPUBLIC, and who desire to support, by every power of the Government, onr heroic brethren in arms, who are braving disease and the perils of the field to preserve the UNION OF OUR FATHERS, are requested to Belect a number of Delegates tqual to their Legislative representatives of the State,_at such times and in such manner as will best respond to the spirit of this call, to meet In STATE C0NVEN1I0N, at PITTSBURG, on WEDNESDAY, the FIRST DAY OF JULY next, at eleven o'clock, A. M., on said day, to nominate _candidates for the offices of _GOVERNOR an.i JUDGE OFTHE SUPREME CQflRT > and to take such measures as may be deemed neceseary to strengthen the Government ia this season of common peril to a common coun...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 15 May 1863

FBOM WASHINGTON _WABHrsaTON, May 15. The Marshal of the District of Columbia has seized the real and personal estates of the following named individuals : C. W. C. Dunnington, Dr. Cornelius Bertie, Dr. Garnett, son-inlaw of Gov. Wise, Major C. S Wallach, Lawyer Batcliffe, _Francis _Hanoa, Commodore Forrest, Wm. Shields, Edward M. Clark, Mar tin L. Smith, Samuel Lee and several others. In addition to these, there is other valuable rebel property to be attached in this city. Gen. Barring ton, United States attorney for the District of Columbia, is rapidly maturing legal proceeding against the property of all persons who have left their homes and joined the so called southern confederacy. He expects to have nearly all completed by the first Monday in June next, the return day fixed by the order of the court. He is acting under the orders of the Attorney General of the United States, issued several months ago. There has been no unnecessary delay. Much difficulty exists iix obtaini...

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

_Ntt» _2_lbBertiratunt0 WANTED-TWO GIRLS. One to do gen. eral housework and one as nurse. Apply at the NATIONAL HOTEL, . myl5d3tq Market street. WANTED—A _^ood COOK wanted immediately. Good wages and a permanent situation guaranteed. Apply at the Harrisburg Stock Yard Hotel. myl5d3t<> DUNCANIJON GRIST AND SAW MILL FOR RENT. ' 'TJHE late tenant having died suddenly, these L; excellent mills are for rent. The country custom is large. The iron works will absorb all the flour, offal and feed that can be ground on the four run of _Btones; ' The saw mill will cut 80 feet timber nnd is oi the most approved construction; Apply to _«_jat_« ¦ W. . L STEWABT, aylS-dof Doncannon- "*" LADIES TAKE NOTICE. fpHEREwill be a sale of JFLOWEB8 in full X bloom at early market auction to-morow morning, from Williams' Celebrated Floral Garden, Philadelphia. _Boees, assorted , Verbenas, Du_*Beir_, CematuB, Minulus _Banseyp , Honeysuckels; Lobelias, _Eupnsias , Double Petu' airgix o clop...

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

Sun _Sbades and Sun VinlM-eUas A FINE ASSORTMENT. AU the _dfterent _^ styles and prices. CATHCABrs myl2 -daw **d °°r *°the ^^^ B*nk. JITST RECEIVED , A LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF _^ DRESS GOODS, at prices that defy ooi-V™*9*' v _i_, _CATHOARrs * _,n 2_?exi d0 °_* to lhe _Harrisbutg Bank. my_!2-d3w _^ _^ _^ r_^S_5 IINISTttA1 ' OR>8 NOTHJB. "" SfSsSFPSsfeft aeceasea. All creditors of said estate will oral _fmmiS_? Cl8im8 - ¦¦* _^^ 'ndeSed _bS£ _r_^3_^_ISt Paymeot' JA00B SHELL . my6_^oaw6w - _Artmlni_^^^. _^ _ft » VEOBTABLB OE GARDEnIS_^ Tin * fc ?5 -_^** SftBD_._8.

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

f BO M 0 A IB 0. . _» Reinforcements Sent to Gen. Grant. MOVEMENTS ON VICKSBTTBG. Caibo, May 14. The troops all the way from Memphis to Young's Point are moving to reinforce Grant. ¦ . Judge Kellogg, who left Grant's headquarters oil Thursday, says that the reported fight at Clinton id uni rue. j General Grant will endeavor to cut the railroad between Vicksburg and Jackson, and a battle is expected in the vicinity of Black river bridge. The Jackson Rebel Appeal says that Bowen'_s loss at the Bayou, pier was about 1,000 tebel killed and wounded left on the field. General Tracy-, Lieut. Col. Pettis and Major _Tuckeiman were killed, and General Garnett and Major Hurley severely wouudedi TheVicksburg correspondent of the Appeal takes a gloomy view of matters and says Grout's movements deceive both the people and military. ¦ . A dispatch from Richmond says that railroad communication has been re established between Richmond and _Fredericksburg.

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

MABKETS BY TELEGRAPH Philadslphia, May 15. There is very little shipping demand for flour, 1,600 pblssold at $5 87}@6 00 for superfine; _S6 81_J for extra and $7 00@7 60 for extra family. Bye floor steady at $5 25. . Com meal $4 25. Wheat, 4,000 bus sold at $1 60@l 62, some white at $1 70@l 80. Bye advanced to $1 10. Corn, 3.000 prime yellow sold at 93c afloat. Cloverseed $5 00@6 50. Prices of timothy and _flaxseed nominal. Mess * pork $14 75 @15 00 ; 200 tierces of canvassed hams at 11_^ @11J. Lard dull at 10_£. WhiBky moves Blowly at 461_®46c. Niw York:, May 15. . Cotton declining ; eal_._g at 59_@60c. Flour lower; sales 11,600 bbls at $6 65@5 90 for State; $6 60@6 70 for Ohio and $6 80@7 16 lor Southern. Wheat dpll and lower; spring $1 27_@160, red $160@l 60. Corn declining: sales of 40,000 bus at 80383d for sound and 78_®80 for unsound. Pork $12@12 26 for old nua?. Lard dull at 9|@lOio. WhiBky dull at 44J@45. ReceiptB_^-flour , 24.475 bbls; wheat, 10,987 bus, BaitqTobb, ...

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

PROCLAMATION Matoe's _QrncB_, ) Harrisburg, May 14th, 1868. f Whkebab, It is the doty of every citizen to lend his aid to the preservation of the public peace; And whereat, The unlimited »nd indiscriminate gale of intoxicating liquors to s 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 the limits of the city of Harrisburg, to close their bars and to discontinue the sale of all intoxicating beverages , including lager beer, at six o'clock p. m , of every day in the _week until further notice. m>m A L_. BOUMFOBT, Mayor. "" TAVERN _LICENSE. N OTICE is hereby given that Samuel W. Roberts has filed his petition to the Court of Quarter Sessions of Daapbin County for tavern license, and that the same will ba presented to the said court on the 29th day of May _tost. JO. YOUNG _raylfr.8l«> Olerk of _Sensfons.

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

_Neto _fttotrt ' wemeutd _M Agents Wanted to Sell Iloyd'_i _Amcncao Map of the United States, price $i oo. T>ERSONS wishing to engage in selling these X maps can be furnished, in any quantity, by addressing D. D. BARTON, _aiecbaoicsburg Cumberland county, Pa., agent, at publisher's prices, with freight " added. A large lot of _superioi finished maps have just been received. Good agents can sell from fifteen to thirty maps per day, and realize from $6 to $10 profit. Two hundred agents wanted immediately for any part of the United States. Address D. D. BARTON, Mechanictburg, Cumberland county, Pa. myl6 _^ 3_« o

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

• •*¦•• • A Noble Sentiment. We extract the following from, a letter in a late Huntingdon iforwtor, a vile and petty treasonable publication; lately started expressl y to give aidandcomfbrttoihebloody attempts of the tl_^ye drivers to destroy a free Government. The letter was written by John Dougherty, E_. - q., a man of_^_jrains and feeling; who has uniformly acted with the Democratic party. We care not however, what Mr. Dougherty has heretofore been, as the man who _xsan boldly enunciate sen timpfc such as those we _quo_^e from a letter _inibedfc_^r jheia decrying of ouj Jjjgh-«Bt _confideno&and most _sincei&respect: * " Sir, when an attempt is made to array the Democratic party an the side of Pagan Philosophy, by denouncing, in President Lincoln, the system of compensated emancipation, by w ' nich _Europo was rescued from slavery, I must be peimitted to protest against suck propositions in the name of humanity, and, as against the teachings and practice of t...

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

e active _depurjgwe agent. It contains not a par tide of mercury, but on the contrary is <the best antidote ~ _Qvei yet discovered for the _rivages of that insidious and dangerous poison. It is wabbasxkd to drive out and thoroughly remove all diseases which arise from an impure drcyMion which are curable by any means. One dollar per bottle, six bottles for $6 Principal depot SWING'S DBUGSTOBE, m Baltimore street, "Baltimore. •,.;.; For Bale in _Harrisburg by D. W. G _. BOSS& CO., Druggists, [apl7-im «

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

_r\NE BOTTLE OF SWING'S BLOOD PHYSIO (very agreeable to the taste) is more effective in cleansing the circulation, and thus removing all diseases which arisa from an impure state of the blood, titan on dozen _boixms or Sabsaparilla. It is not a _^arsaparilla, althou gh it contains as much of that drug as _ig usually found in preparations purporting to be pukk _SarsaparUla. It depends _forMt success upon.a far

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

From Fort Royal. ¦ .. . N*w_, Yobs, May 16. _{ The _ateatner Arago, from Port .Royal on the !2tb_; arrived th ' is morning. Among her pas-; f engers ace Colonel Terry_^ Cplonel pontort, J_^ eutqnajQtColonel, Greeh'Xieutejiant Colonel MamTttajpr _^ Gpweo, Major_^wn; and t _^ large number of captains and lieutenants. _* fate* % Cdegrjmg

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

C|e $ 8tlg _Cdegrapfi HASBISBUBQ, PA . Friday Evening, May 15, 1863.

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

Reception of the Daiiphiri County Regiment. The 127th _Eeqimbnt — -The 127th regiment, Pennsylvania volunteer?, will reach Hanisburg to-morrow morning at 9 o'clock. The procession of reception will be ready to receive them at that hour, and will move over t _" > e route adopted by the Committee of Arrangements The carriages for the use of tbe public bodits invited to participate in the rtception, will be at their appointed places at 8 a. m., viz: Carriages for the Governor and Heads of Department and Supreme Court at the capitol; those for the judiciary, county officers and common councils, at the cjurt houses those for the reverend clergy, at the _offica of the Young Men's Christian association; those for the Committee of Arrangement, at Jacob Eby 's, corner Market and Fifth streets. The omnibus for the soldiers of 1812, at Brant'_s European hotel. Tbe public bodies above enumerated are invited to attend without any further invitation. The clerk of the _market and the ci...

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

OWN AND COUNTKY Attention !—First City Troop of Harrisburg ineet punctually, this evening at seven anc half o'clock, at Quartermaster Peters'. Th< J7th is confidently expected to arrive to orrow, May 16th, 1863. By order of OAPT. BYERS, IChas. C. _Rawn, 0. S <•> N. B. Brown, Esq., who was postmaster it hiladtlphia under Mr. Buchanan's administra on, is now President of a Union League it lat city, <¦» The Labgb Flag of the Stabs and Stripes, igiually intended to fly from the staff on the _ipitol building, and which has been hanging the rotunda for some time, is to be raised t< B pi tee on the staff to-day, in honor of the Idlers now in the city. »» Don 't forget the sale of flowers at auctioi •morrow morning. All who delight ii _lamenting their cemetery lots or yardi ith beautiful flowers, had better attend. Ii _©sequence of the return of our regiment to lorr iw, the sale will be at early market. Sec _ivertisement. DESTRUCTIVE FlRB IN INDIANA ...

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

HAMS!!! C%]t~\ _C\(~\f\ LBS.—Composed of the /_6\J9 \Jr\JV/ following brands, just re ceived: ¦ Nkwboij>'8, celebrated. New Jxeskt, selected. Evans ado Swift ' s, superior. MichiSbk_'s Excblsior, canvassed. Miohimbk's Exckl8IOb, not encanvaued. Ikon City , canvassed. Ibon City, not canvassed. " Plain Hahs. dnctly prim. Cotjntkt Hams, very fine. Each ham sold will bo guaranteed as represented. ' WM. _DOOK, Jr.,&CO. LIQUOBS. T7E7E have on band a very superior selectiod YV of WINES, _BRANDIES aud FINE Ll-QDOBS, of every description. BRANDIuS of the, choicest brands and vintages. WINES of every variety and of the finest quality. , ST. CRUZ RUM. HOLLAND GIN. IRISH, SCOTCH, RYE and BOURBON WHISKY, CHAMPAGNE, SCOTCH ALE, BROWN STOUT, CORUIaLS, &c. Also, a NATIVE WINE, manufactured from the domestic grape, which is a splendid article, and we know it to be pure. ap_!4 WM. DOCK, Ja., & CO. _diesebrouffb & Pear so a, PROVISION DBA j, hiBS m. _jls vr...

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

SAPONIPIER, CONCENTRATED L_.YE, THE FAMILY SOAP MAKER. T\HE PUBLIC ate cautioned against the JL SPUBIOOS articles of LYE for making SOAP, &c., now offered for sale. The only _GENUINE and PATENTED Lye is tbat made _jy the PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUfACHJBING COMPANY, their trade-mark for it _oeing " saponifies, ob _concentbated LYE." The great 6UCCE6S of this article has led _UNPRINCIPLED PAR TIES to endeavor to IMITATE it, in violation of the Company's PATENTS. A ll MANUFACTURERS, BUYERS or SELLERS of these SPDBIODS Lyes, are hereby NOTIFIED that tbe _COMeANY have employed istheirAlTObNBYS_, GEORGE HABDING, Esq., of Fhila., and WILLIAM _BAKWWELL_, tSQ., of Pittsbwg. And that all _MANUFAuTUKERd, 0SERS, OB SELLERS of Lye, in violation of the rights of the Company, will be PROSECUTED at ouoe. The bAtONlFIKR, or CONCENTRATED LYE, is for eale by all _DauaaiBXB, Gboo«es and _CotJNTfET STOBJB. - ' i TAKE NOTICE. ' TheUNirw) _Staics Oibodh Cocai, _fTeetern District of Pennsylvania,...

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

Harr isburg Venitian Blind Factory BLIND S made to order for churches, parlors and ho_^_ls, that will f_|t any window- ?ersons wanting blindd can get all the information detrfred as to prices and the sizes of windows by calling at my shop, or by sending me a few lines by mail- 8amples always pn hand. OLD BLINDS MADE TO LOOK EQUAL TO NEW. :- . A/B_^HABP, South Second _st., a few doors below ' the Presbyterian church. mr26 doaw2m T. J. McGrTJIGrANf Importer and wholesale dealer in THREAD , TAPES, HOSIEBY_, Notions? &o-» matches and blacking, No, 2 Strawberry Sired, Philadel phia. j l26_Ki8m /CHEESE! \J Prime Qoshen_, English Dairy, Fine Apple, Sap Sago, for sale by _apU . WM. DOCK, Jb., & CO. QUEEN_^WARE! \\_TE invite tbe attention of the public to our V T . large and well selected stock of Queens ware,- recently purchased, and which we offer at a yery small advance on dty prices. Call and examine before purchasing elsewhere. _^ NICHOL S* BOWMAN, ap7 Corner Front...

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

ROBERT _SSQDGRA8S, A TTORNEY-AT-LAW. Office with flon. XjL David Mamma, Jr., Thud street, above _Uaiket, Harrisburg, Pa. N. B —Pension, Bounty and Military Claims of all kinds prosecuted and collected. Refer to _Hons. John C. _Kunkel, David Mumma_, Jr., and B. A. Lamberton. _j m_>9 d&w6m , MACKEREL—A large lot of Mackerel in barrels, halves and quarters, for sale low, by NICHOLS & BOWMAN, my8 v Cor. ' Front and _Maiket sts. PU KE AND UNADULTERATED SPICES, from the most celebrated mills in the country, just received and for sale by J14 WM. DOCK, Jr., &tJO. ORANGES, Lemons, Raisins and other foreign fruit just received and for _sinrby NICHOLS & BOWMAN, _myA Cor. Front and Market sts. SMOKED HALIBUT. A VERY choice article just received, and foi eale by WM. DOCK, Jr.. & CO. FOR Sa_£& A THIRTY horse power steam engine, nearly _JOL new. Price low. Address A. C. MILLER, ap_!7 2m° Newville, Cumberland County. E- H. MATEEB_, THE OL...

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

_^IREBNCORN. VX . Winslow '_s Fresh Green Cornjust received by - _jaoStf W. . D0_CK, Jb., & CO. inA BUSHELS Mercer and Peach Blow lAJXJ _Potatoes, for Eale very low, by ' "-_*1 NICHOLS & BOWMAN, f 28, . ' , Comer Front and Market Sts. /"CHOICE Green and Black Teas, Imperial, _Vy Y oung Hyson, Souchony, Oolong, &c., &c., or sale by NICHOLS & BOWMAN, ap7 Corner Front and Market _Sta. SILVER MAPLE, Horse Cht at nut, English Ash, Norway Maple, Mountain Ash, Red Twigged Linden, and other shade trees, at Keystone Nursery. T ABD and Bacon wanted, from corn-fed pork. Lj Apply at _NICHOlB & BOWMAN'S, my4 C r_. Front and Maiket sts. BURNING FLUID! unadulterated, and made from the best material. For sale wholesale and retail, at KELLER'S DRUG STORE, j_!4 '• _^ 91 Market street. . LARGE EVERGREENS. I A few quite large and fine evergreens , for IMMEDIAriS ORNAMEN1' , for sale at reasonable prices, at Keystone Nurserv. [ap_!7] ¦ _. J. MI8H. HA...

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