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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

A N ASSORTMENT OF OVER 1OO STYLES —OF—POCKET BOOKS, PURSES AND P O BTMONAIES , FOR LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, AT KELLER'S Drug and Fancy Goods Store, No. 91 Market Street. A FINE LOT OF BANKERS1 CASES AND LARGE WALLETS Some Splendid New Pattens of LADIES' C0MPA2fl0If8. The best Morocco TEA¥ELINO SATCHELS, And a general variety of FANCY GOODS, suit able for Presents, now on hand at KELLER'S myll] Drug Store, No. 91 Market Street

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

/^\NE BOTTLE OF EWING'S BLOOD PHYSIC _is (very Bnr_^e»*ble to the t_»s'n) _rriOre ' .-ne'tivem cleanBioi-i the circulation, ,jdj tluw n.moviug all diseases which _ars • from an impure state of the blood, thau onb dozen bottles of Sabsa-PARiiiA. It is not a _Sir_^_aparilla, although it contains as much of th&t drug as is usually found in preparations purporting to be pubk Sarsaparilla. It depends for itt _tuccest upon a far more active depurative agent. It contains not a particle of mercury, but on the contrary is the best antidote ever yet _discovered for the ravages of that insidious and daDgarocs poison. It is WABaASTKD to diive out and thoroughly remove all diseases which arise from an impure circulation which are curable by any means. One dollar per bottle, six bottles for $6 ; Principal depot EWINTl'S DKUG STORE, 280 Baltimore street, Baltimore. For sale in HarrisbuTg by D. W GROSS & CO., Druggists. [apl7-lm _»

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

Sun Shades and Sun Umbrellas. A _FINIT ASSORTMENT. AIL the different Btylcsand prices. , - . CATHCABF8 - Next door to the Harrisburg Bank. myl2d2w JUST RECEITED, A LARGE AND VARIED ASSORTMENT OF J\. DRESS GOODS, at prioas that defy competition. OATHCABT/8 Next door to the HarrUbui ' g Baok. m;12-d2w ADMlNlSTH&TOirS NOTICE. NOTICE is hereby given that letters of ad* ministration de bonus non were issued to theaubecrit-er, on the estate of Georg_«Bammon, late of the city of Harrisburg, Dauphin county, deceased. All creditors of said estate will pre-Bt-nt their claims, and those indebted make immediate payment. JACOB SHELL, my6-doaw6w Administrator it bonus now. VEGETABLE OR GARDEN _SEfiDS \17"E have received for this season more than TT our usual stock of FLOWBB 8'B'BDB.-' Some choice varieties on hand. Also, Garden and Vegetable seeds of the best quality. ' KELLER'S DRUG SIORE, my4 91 Market street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

LouisviiiB , M a y 15. Colonel Jacobs, in tbe fight on last Sunday with rhe ' rebels, at Horse Shoe and Bottom Narrows, on th« Cumberland river , lost 42 men, _including 3 officers. Capt. Chenault, and . several other rebel effi. cers and eighty-ei_^_ht - men were kUltd, aud thrie-rtfel p-isonerB taken. General John H. M _jrgan was in command with nine regiments/_aggregaiingfour _thousind men. He is siill on the south side of the Cumberland, only small squads having crossed at differeut p._ints. . ».;.,. Col. Giaham, who'Ss at ' ._GlacgoV_^kified several rebels, and drove 200 to tbe south side ot the Cumberland, on,Wednesday. Ihere is no consiuerablatfoice on the nojrth side of the Cumberland. - , Morgan's proposed raid into Kentucky has been de .eated by the forces of Cols. _Bayls and Holman, aud th« 20th Michigan, under Col. Jacobs , wbomet him, _ln,thc narrows. A.BMT OF TH_^: CUMBERLAND Morgan's Proposed Baid Defeated

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

Pie* Suddenly, on Wednesday, the 13th inst., Mart Ann, wife- of Jdr.- Augustus Ball, aged 23 years, 3 months and 21 days. The funeral will take place to-morrow (Sunday) afternoon at 3_j o'clock, from Her late residence, in Mulberry street, near Second, which the relatives and friends of the family are Invited to attend without farther notice. ' * With songs let us follow her flight, And mount with her spirit above, Escape to the mansions on bigh, And lodge in the nave of love. * On the 11th inst., from the effects of a _wousd received in tbe battle of _Fredericksburg, Sergt. _Chables B. Hummel, aged 22 years. His funeral will take place on Monday morning at 10 o'clock, from the residence of his mother, in Second street,. near Walnut, which the relatives and friends of the family are invited to attend without further notice. °

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

_Oiirs from _Germant . for ocb 8_oidikes.—One of the steamers of the Hamburg and American Steamship Company, lately arrived , brought to . tb&'ribrt oi " NewlYurk foyer (eighty large packages of fine linen and Hni_, which had been contributed'by th' e _frienris of the Union along the Rhino, for the benefit of our sick or wounded soldiers. Some of the packages were of the sjsd of hoge-heacl8, and all were made up-of tho best material.. The linen was especially fine. Every _package bore this inscription : "Ehenish Bavaria. For %be Wounded Defenders of the United States." These packages 'were a free gift of the freedom loyiug men and women of _Bhineland, an i were brought, over fiee by the Hamburg and American line.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

ARpH ST., CARPET WARE-HOUSJB, No. 882 Arch Street , two doors below Ninth, south side, Philadelphia. rpHE subscriber has just, received for _Spbhto J. Tbads, a well selected stock of English and American CARPETWQS, , embracing all tbe new styles of the best makes, bought previ >_us to the late advance for Cash, and will be sold at low prices. Velvets, _Brussels, Three _Plya, Ingrains and Venetians Carpetings, with a large stock of OIL CLOTHS, DRUGGETS, MATTINGS , Ac. Poisons who are about _furnishing, ate requested to make an examination of tbe above goods previous to making their _selecttobs, as Eoch _ioductments will be held out _sg cannot fail to _plaise. JOS BLACKWOOD_, mr21-dlt-w3m _» 832 Arch St., _Phlla.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

Vallandlghaxn Canard. _^Itf ndw_^ppl e&rtSat Ihe story1 of Vailandlgham' _^ sentence to the _Tqrtugas Islands is a canard. The Cincinnati Daily times of the 14th iast. fays that it has positive official assurance that the reported _sentence of the arch traitor is unfounded, . .and that it was . gotten _^ mp\>_y hitfriends to test publio feeling, so that they might make their, calculation* as to the success of any _reustauce to the real sentence, should that be objectionable,- when announced. Up to the 14th inst. the result of the fnve&tigation w_»6 not Known to ' any; but the " General commanding the Department in which the offence was committed and the trial took p lace , and t6 the court which heard the case.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

PROCLAMATI OS Matob s _Omcx, ) Harrisburg, May 14th, 1868. | Whbbbas_, It is the doty of every citizen to lend his aid to the preservation of the .public peace; And whereas, The unlimited <md 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 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. x., of every day in the week until _further notice. . ; m\14] A- L. BOPMFORT, Mayor.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

_^FUKN ITURBI _FDRiNITUBB ! * VF0B SALE BYTB« MANUFAOTUBEBS, Al THEIR WAREROOMS, 40 SOUTH SECOND STREET, 40 _EBIUADKLPHfA. A large assortment of PARLOR SUITES, Of the latest and most elegant _styles, upholstered in PLUSH . BR_(_KJATELLE , REPS CHAL LY arid HAIR CLO1H. Also a _laigi assortment of MAHBLb: TOP centbe tables , of desirable pattens. RICHMOND & FOREPAUGH. mr24-d1t-w3m '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

Brig. Gen., Charles Campbell. _This>galhrat and veteran officer, though etili suffering from his 'wounds) 1 has insisted upon being placed in command, ' where he could serve the great cause to which he is eo .earnestly attached. After. ; reporting himself for doty, a few days eince_; ;1he was ordered to ropair to the northwest trad " report himself to Gen. Pope_, rhia w,iiraiford Gen. Campbell a wide field of actioa; and we are satisfied that in any engagement he may have in the Indian country, he will cover himself with new glory, and fuitbet prove his capacity as a soldier and a fighting man. . * , ¦ 'v ' ; "_- .: 'J '. '" ' *

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

Tbe Forcea%efore _Cbarleston. t _FoaTRkSS _Monkos, May 16. Yesterday's Richmond papers _wera received. Tbey contain the followiog dispatch : • 'Ohablestoit , May 12 —The enemy is uuusuHliyaci . iye _^ and have built fornvdal-le batteues enSFollyiFlaDa, bearin _' ic upon the Southern extremity of Morris Island. {.Several Yaflkee _regiinehtsiare 1 fortifying Seabrqqk Island.,, . ..J „ j Five irdfi-clads and numerous _^transports are at North . _Edistp._v_,_^ _y ;_ Several _steamera haye . arrived from _Naiisau having run ' themckade. Some steamers which are due are missing. ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

_^_OgX)N CRACK ERS, just received and fi>. _P_«7 _Qor. _Fron, and Mwrketstr_^t_. _5«°W « W»_DT ANu 8LOIXH ALh: iu 44_^ hotUes, just received and f.,rPh1_« by mT_80 WM. _DQcK Jit, & CO fo7li«?^P _^_lS OUCte _' POljKEl BOOKS, for sate at SCHEFFER'S BOuKS I OKfc:. _WE_^ 18 _^ ALBUMS -chastely bounu_' X and daaped-for eale at _.„ - ; fiCBEFFEB 'S BOOKSTORE, ™ ,t 18 Market 8ttett ;

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

_Mouot Reno.— The Frederick (Maryland) Ex ctmner says that the bold, peak in the South Mountain, near the "Mountain House," on the border of _Pred* rick and Washington counties , Md., where the gallant _aod accomplished Gen. Reno fell, is named and announced by the inhabitants of that vicinity as ."Mount Reno," in honor of the lamented hero. This is a befitting tribute to his memory, and no nobler monument could record his fame, than the everlasting mountain which wasthe scene of his martyrdom to the cause of Liberty1 : _s .. - " , _*-J The _Xationnl _IntellSspencer. It is a wonder to us, that tlv- in authority in Waphiugiou, without ivga:-; to party, will allow the treasury to be _tupped to 6upport the National Intelligencer. The glory of tbe reputation which old Joe. Gales made for that concern has been husbanded si long and bartered so often, by a set of _shameless treasury Leches who bang about the Intelligencer, that one gets sick to notice the manner ia which that sheet ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

_g_. WATCHES, _« _j_^ **•* JEWELJtr, ™« SILVER-WAHE, am) ROGERS SUPERIOR PLATED-WARE HENRY HARPER, No. 620 Arch Street, _PkUadd flwi. - N. B. All kinds of Silverware made u_^ the Factory, back of the Store. gg" The _highest price allowed for Old Silver. mrl2-dlC-«*3m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

Nctd _Qbvtttistmtuts FANS, FANS, FANS, FANS. _FANS, FANS , FANS, FAN8, FAN_«. FANS , FANS . FANS, FANS, FANS , FANS, FANS , FANS. FANS. FANS , FAN S. FANS, FANS, FAN S, FANS, FANS, _FtR the largest and best _assortment in the city, call at CATHCAKTS, myl2 d2w No. 14 Market Square.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

execution or _Spfje/and Deserters. : ' * Samdtokt, O., " Jfey 1. Two prisoners, Tf P. M Grue and Wm. Corbin_, whp were _sentepc_^d to . death , by the Court Martial at p-ncinnati, were executed on Johu'_s U_*nd, near _Sandusky, this alteinoon. Both were killed aij the first fire, aud died without a struggle. _fe _Thrir bodies were delivered to _. tbeir _fiieads fr. m Kentucky Five plisoneis, who had been sentenced to .death and ordered to be executed on the 29th arrived htre this evening- '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

A Deserter Shot at Nashville. _, s _Nashvillb, May 15. Private Julius Wilcke, of the lOih Michigan infanttyvwas shot-at noon to- . day for _deserciooi The _?iver is Mling. There is now _fivejfeet oi water _^buthe ' _ehoals. ' '" _±J > ¦ hi I \>V v". .. ,-ji :

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 16 May 1863

The 16th of M_»y, 1863, will long be remembered in _Harrisburg with sentiments of the deepest gratification, as the day when our people en masse welcomed to their homes and firesides a few of the brave _defenders of the Government—the day wnen we gave an evidence of our appreciation of the hardbhips and dangers of the soldier, when those hardships and dangers were incurred in the defence of all that we hold dear and sacred. It is but seldom that an oppoi fcunity '8 offorded the great mass of the people to unite in one spontaneous public de- Eeception of the One Hundred and Twenty-Seventh Eegimmt. _GRAHB TUriNOUT OF TftE CiriZBN'S OK HARRISBURG. ENTHUSIASTIC WELCOMES-¦- ¦ ¦ «¦» The City Filled to Overflowing. *m* — PULL DESCRIPTION OF THE PARADE. »». Speeches of Mayor _fioamfort and Col. JivNNIMiH. claration of their undying love or country, buc such an opportunity was presented today in the reception of the '• glorious One Hundred and Twenty-Beyenth./ We" wifl not attempt to d...

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