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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

V>EST PENS in ' the woiid. _Mdi 76c, l|_1.26, J3 $1.50, $2, $3, and U, tor sale at ! _%_^5-v] SQHEFFEU'S BOOK_^TOBE.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

SMOKED AND PICKKBD «AM0?I, jus reoelvedby- _- _.WM _* _DOOKj_,Jif.,'fcjOO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

"" """"" _^_T* A lSlNS?C«iron , and Currants , Dy fl ' ':U KIGH0L8 _^XBOWQrV_,—

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

/^OFeEES AND _BDGARS g ano XJ at reasonable prices for sale by j_!4 W_^. DOCK, Jb_v & CO

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

HARRISBURG, PA, POST OFFICE Departure and Arrival of the Mails, On and after Monday, April 20th, 1863, the mails will close as follows: NORTHERN CENTRAL RAILROAB. JHOBTH. —Wat Mab^—For all places between Harrisburg, and Lock Haven, and Elmira, N. Y., at.. 12 M. For Lock Haven, Wil' liamsport and Lewisturg. 9P.M. _SOOTtt_^-irir_*l_«Att-FoT all places between HarrieourK and Baltimore , lid., and Washington, » V-. at 12 M For Washington, D. C , _Baltimore, Md., and York, Pa.,at 9PM. LEBANON VALLEY RAILROAD. EA8T.—Wat MAUr-For all places between Harrisbnrg, _Easton and Philadelphia, na Reading. . 7AM For Beading and Potts-: "iao' 12.80P.M PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD. Wkt Mah—For all places between Harristarg and Philadelphia 630a U _Vot Philadelphia and T,An AaatA** * .-_^ ., For NewYoik, Philadelphia, Lancaster , Columbia, Marietta , and BainbridKe 2.45 P. M For New York, Philadelphia and Lancaster. 9PM WEST.—Wat Mah—For all places between Harrisburg and Altoona..... 12 m Por Johnstown...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

SSm _5_lb»_ttittr£nunt8 WANTED—immediately, at the City.Hotel, an experienced Bartender; _my_!8 lt° WANTED IMMEDIATELY. . ... A GOOA b_^est boy_^ wfeo1 ckn come well recommended, apprjr imniediately, at Nicjaoi_^i bowman, i.. ¦;; _mylB '}; Ctof, Frmt and Market streets. <_fary pi A.MONTH!— _^I.»an_*t:to hire Agents _vp t _<J in «very county at $7.& a, _mopth_, ex penses paid, to Bell my new cheAp_^Famu_^Sew ing Machines.. Address S. MADISON, v-mvl8-d&w8m •;. • . Alfred, Mo. dU£{{~ \ A MONTHJ-_^We want agents at $60 _tJpU. Vw/ a month, expenses paid, to sell'our Everlasting Pencils, Oriental Burners, and 13 other new _^ twafnl aod carlons_^rtMea. 15 _circnlars, fret. _*v _^^ BBAW & CLARK, myl8-djtw3ni * Biddeford, Me. LOSTlf! LOST! np_^KE_^ " ffoiioiHerr' s Hotel, on Satmdaf last, JL a Leathe Hand Trunk, «ontraining papers, &c , of no value to any but the owner , with the name of "L M. Haverstick, Co. F, ISOth Begt,P.T.," on the end. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

,:.. . . ..;• ; Tfce;_AJt»olItIo»_Ut«v _,;. . . s .J ._/_:? ¦ '» Oar 'quondam- friend ; over.the way, j the "Thunderer/ 1 alias _*he Tory Organ, not cafing at the preseni'momenl to spiit ou_^._^_f Bpitfl on tiiftBoldierBi _i has turned its attention jo _^ejaftolltionisls. By, _inuendo, it styles the " gallant Gen. Barnside an ahoKtioqiist, simply, because, that officer arrested-'Vallandigham.';' : it .styles a regularly organized and deliberately condjuct-5 ed military court, a drum-head court martfal, " JBrprder to leave the? ) _impressi6n on ' the mind? of the people, that the proceedings in Vallari digham's case were precipitate, ¦ It forgets to Wtatethat a motion of habeas was argued jand denied by _^ie civil court, and .thafTaltftnliigham was. as fairly tried and as justly condemned as any criminal who was ever arra _'_gned before the ci .fU <_g pldtar_^a_^_attfOTity of tn e land . It is not the violation of law ' over which the Tory Organ mourns, _i ;;Itris not the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

... • . ; Tlie T_*ro.-Sy_«tem«. : :' Religion, morals, financial and political pro*- perity, among ourselves and tKrbji_^hout • the world, are to be vitally affected by, the result of our terrible _atrnggle. Society is being _disturbed in its every interest from centre to _foundat on. Butpertinps the class[' tlie moat; directly' interested in the conflict is the workirjg _cjass.: Two forces, two forms of civilization, two systems of society, not only essentially distinct, but utterly incompatible,_^ are engaged in efforts to 6trahgle-and destroy each othei. jFree Industry and Servile Labor now have _isach_^ther by the throat and it remains to be seen whiph is to accomplish the vietory. . ; In our industrious, economical, free North, _Labor has been more honored than in any _O_^er pttf t of tha _wjprid _>; In the slave States, on the other hand, Labor has been more dishonored and degraded'than it has been in any other part of the civilized globe. The industrial life which in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

HARBISBUBG , PA. 11 o rid a v Evening, May 18, 1863 . .. C. P. MABKJJfl, j Chairman of the Union Stats Central Com mittee. Qtio. W. Hammsly , I gece_^_riea . ¦ , Wk. J. Howabd. _\ Be™**116 *- ¦: The Committee also passed the following _reso lotion unanimously_^ viz :: ¦; ' ¦ •'•'' ] \_, Resolved, That it be'iecontmerided-to ith< Loyal citizens of Pennsylvanw, without idis tinction of _$_*r%to organize, |n _sedcfijElectioi District of th_« State,Union Leagues,for the pur pose of sustaining the Government in suppress ing this causeless _anff wicked rebellion, whicl now seeks to divide and destroy the _Republic UNION STATE _COHVafflTXUlll. The LOYAL CITIZENS OF PENNSYLVA NXA, without distinction of party, who desin cordially to unite in sustaining the NATIONAI AND _SliSTE ADMINISTRATIONS, in their patriotic efforts to suppress a sectional andut holy rebellion against the UNITY OF THI REPUBLIC, and who desire to support, bj every, power of the Government, our herot brethr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

—T-r—l— a-xvcui.n.m.j.on.r ——¦—--"'"--}¦ Some time since, tne Miners Journal inacle a _raeh and unprovoked assault on Gen. _Cameron; _^li ich not ; Only diBguB ted the cemm unity * in which the Journal is printed and circulated j but which was without,fouadatipn jn? fact ':j.What motive induced the aspen-ion, we_^leave the Journal to confess, and wbat was gained by the ill judged proceedings, is apparent in the regrets which are not concealed in ;tho.n following full retraction of what was at" first asserted in this connection. The Journal does itself credit by the full apology which it now makes in; part as amends for. the original wrong inflicted;! and while this lesson is a warning to its impetuosity in allowing its prejudices . to1 outride its sense .of troth and honor, it mpst hereafter bear in mind that apologies and retractions will not always suffice as amends for _aBpersiphs of the character of our best and most respected fellow Qm_> Cameron. —Out readerswillreco...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

LATEfiiFfiQM _EUBOPJfci Arrival'of the Steamer City of _IjTew _,<_&.;:?¦ _' - .Jute* .-. ¦¦ -:¦ - I _^ _t_%r-m:.!i_; ' ¦ r_,/, ,1; ,, _Nsw YokkMay 18. The steamer City of Ne_\_y York has arrived, oml _rtu ixiolies lite toitxjvrtag-mrmji ~- ' St:> P_^_BBfiBoiaa, May 6.— The Journal de St. P&s&utgio-ft&y publishes a text of notes adaiessed ijytfee _Swedish, Spanish and Italian cabinets to the Russian Government, on: the Polish question , together with! the replies oi Gor_^_chakpjf_, • •;¦;¦ •._> (-: ¦ ¦ . ' The Swedish cabinet _trtigt_*- _tb the humane and generous principles o_£tbe Emperor issued ; words " of cleiaihcy ' and oblivionwith the per spective regime_^f wise liberty would completely restore order; the Spanish note bitterly regrets the impatience of the Poles, not waiting _forjthe continuatlpnof the system of coteceSsiou already accorded°,by -the 'Emperor. ' - ¦ Having acquired experience that moderation pacifies ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

mmm _^ u _nT_^_i»>in mr ifinu j ' IStw _3_lfoDerti$£mnits New Goods—Jnst Openrd! AT BERGS E B'S BOOK AND STATIONERY STOEE; embracing every new and improved style of POCKET BOOKS, MAGIC CURRENCY HOLDERS, CALF SKIN POCKET BOOKS, BUCKSKIN PURSE*, _PORTMONArES, '&c , •t prices to suit all circumstance?. POCKET _CUTLERY, Consisting of a fine assortment of _WestenhuliL Superior Pocket Knives. _CHMLD PEWS, From Newton's celebrated manufactory Every Ptn sold with a guarantee. PORT FOLIOS, WRITING CASES, ROSEWOOD DESKS, _PAPETERTES, Sc_, Together with every article usually found in a first _clasa Book and Stationery establishment , at BERGNEK'S _mvl2 61 Mirket Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

WESTERN _VRftTNIA CAPTUEE AND RICAFTUBE OF U. 3 CAVALRY. Baltimobk, May 17. On Friday night a company of United States cavalry was _surprised _;_ncl captured at Charles town, Jefferson county, Va. AfnJT General Schenck,on being informed by telegraph of the disaster, immediately ordered General Milroy to send out a force and intercept and attack the rebels. On the night of the same day , Major General Miiroy telegraphed as follows: Winchesmb, May 16—11.30 p. M. Tn M_"a.t(_tr Hkhrrat, _Fchneck:—The federal _cavaliy captured at _Uharlestown were recaptured by a detachment of the Virgiuia and 13th Pennsylvania cavalry,under Capt. Ott. this afternoon, a£ Piedmont Station, in Fauquier county. We also captured forty rebels and a corresponding number of horses. Two rebels were killed. I regret to add that we _lostCapt. Ott and one sergeant. Our cavalry recaptured one federal lieutenant and fifty privates and their _horees. Major Adams,.of the ' 1st New York cavalry, who arrived afte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

A N ASSORTMENT OF OVER 100 STYLES —OF—POCKET BOOKS, PURSES .. AB9 POBTMONALES, FOB LADIES AND GENTLEMEN, ¦ _¦ . ' . . . AT . KELLER'S Drug arid Fancy Goods Store, No. 91 _Markd Street. A FINE LOT OF ! BAfflfiBS' CASES AND LAKCB WALLBTS. Some .Splendid New Patterns of LAD !_£ ,$; COJfP A _Jf10 _JTS . ; The "beat Morocco . ¦ ;.. TRAVELING SATCHELS, And a general variety of FANCY GOODS, suitable for _Presen|8, now on, hand at _L' .ir,; ¦ _. , KELLBB'8 mvlll Drug Store. No. 91 Market Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

MISSISSIPPI SQUADB0_N , ¦¦ i - - ... .wp™^—-r; _v. .. . BEPOBT t)F _lIKtJT. PHCUJPS—BEILIIAMT »XP1OIT ; 6* TKNNESSKB CAVALRT_, AT _UsDKH, TgNHESfiiK. Washisgto», May 16. The following dispatch was received to day by the Secretary of the Navy: ; Papdoah , Kt., May 14.—I amjust down fromthe Tennessee river, and have on hand a party of prisoners " , who were _captured at Linden , Tftnni , 'Q' a. the night of the _Igth, I took on bdarof the ' gunboats fifty-five men and horses of the lit ' ;Western Tennessee cavalry, under com-' man<3 ot._^L|eutenant Cbionel K. M. Breckin--ridge, and landed them on the east side of the fiver, sending the gunboats to cover all the landings above and below. Colonel Breckinridge dashed across the country to Linden, and surprised, the rebel force, mgj?e than twice his number, and captured Lieutenant Colonel _Friersbn, pne _captain, one _surgeon, four lieutehahtsthirty rebel soldiers, ten _jdonscripte_, fifty horeestwo army wagons arms, ejbc_^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

THE STEAMSIIIP GREAT EASTERN WALTER PATON, Commander. TX7ILL be dispatched nOK UVMtPOOt. FROM NSW YORK. _Saturday. May 16 Saturday June G Tuesday Jane-80 Tuesday Ju ly 21 And at-the same regular intervals thereafter. First cabin from $95 to $l<5 Second cabin $70 Excursion Tickets out and back, in the first and second cabin only, a fare and a half. Servants accompanying passengers and chil dren under twelve yean of age half fare. Infants free. Third cabin $.50 Steerage, with superior accommodations.. _»30 All fares payableln Gold, or Its _equivalent in U. & currency. Each pasaenger allowed twenty cubic feet of luggage. An experienced Surgeon on board. For passage apply to CHARLES A. WHITNEY At the Office, 26 Broadway, New York For freight apply to Howlasd & AsPiswAtt, Agentmr_!8-dtje9_] 64 South _st., New York.'

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

{Sem 'JLbvettiBtmtutB 200 _Agents Wanttd to Sell JJoyd's _imwican Map of the United States, PRICE $1 00. T)ERSONS wishing to engage in selling these JL maps can be furnished, in any quantity, by addressing D. D. BARTON, Mecbanicsburg Cumberland county, Pa., agent, at publisher's prices, with freight added. A large lot of superior 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. Mechanicsburg, Cumberland coanty, Pa. ¦nrwifi-rtSvt* FAINS , FANS , FANS , FANS/JPA1E5,. JANS, FANS, FAN S, FANS, FANS , FANS, FANS,: FANS, FANS , FANS, : FANS, FANS ,- FANS; FANS, FANS. FANS , FANS, FANS , FANS , " . E - ANS , FOB the largest and ' best assortment in the city, can at CATHCABTS , my 12 d2w No. 14 Market Square.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

•'•' JJr. S. T._vuixarltoii. ; . .- .; . Ij; will be '_se,enT bjr;a _feibgraphie_'di_^patch from Washington , that Di-.jliotz , named as. Surgeon ikthifl _^ district, under the _Enrollmentf act, has declifeed_^_dai _Drl S. _Ti_^Ghiatlton, this city, .Has _Tbfen _appoiifo' d_^_ifrg_^on to fill tbV vacancy This appointment , we knpW, _w?ill give uhiverealsatiEfaction, bothsasieiards the loyalty of the man and the professional _sfiill of theguigeon. In thjs _^ communUy Dr. Charlton isreT garded as one._^ our very ablest physicians , whoseieducation, practice and talent fit him for any _posijiion. That he will reflect credit on the post to-wiuch he _^ias just been called, all will adniit wflo*_lkiioW tiie: man; and; that he will be of servica to thjB_, Government, bis professional acquirement will fully establish. £o far as we are personall y concerned, we must confess that We have not heard of an&pj_^_intmentfor a long while which , for its fi&eW , _hagf giyen m more ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

MARKETS BT _TELSQSAf M ! ' _¦ _¦ ¦ -' - Philadilphia _^ May 18. Flour has declined 5@10c; sales of 7,500 bbltf. at $6 35_@5 65; Ohio _$660_@6 60; South em $6 60_@7 Wheat declined 2c; sales unimportant ; Chicago _spring at $1 21@146; red western $ I _44_@1 53. Corn declined l@2c; sales of 28,000 bush, at 76@78c. Beef quiet. Pot k heavy. Lard Quiet at 9f@10$. WhiBky dull at 44@44_}c. Receipts of flour 29 . 828 bblB; wheat 2,959 bush; coin 215,927 bush. Nbw YobKj May 18., Floutisdull—drooping at$6 for superfine 1(6 62 for extra and $7 70 for extra family. Wheat quiet at $1 60@l 62 for red. Corn better, sales at 92 for yellow; oats declined , sales of Penna. at 72c. by weight. Whisky . steady.-at 45_@4i6. ' ¦ Bai*6_iowi, May 18. Flour dull, Ohio $6 7S@7. Wjreat fi_>m. Corn quiet, white $1 96_@1 06 ; yellow $1 96 @1 97. Wiiiskydull at 45@49J. Oats de-

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

Fat mss. —A: Washington _cdrrespqndent Writes that the rules of the conscri ption will exclude all fat men , the. reason of their exemption being "not onltheir physical incompetency_^ but because it if proverbial , from Falstatt _jio_^ to_^ Hu_^phrej_^Mareh_^. that they h _^ye _^ njeyer beenxemarkable for 4a * g deeds Jn the ISeld." This sweeping rule has many very decided _exceptions. Cromwell was a lusty _fek low; Gen. Putnam i_^_ras.: _always in fine flesh] -Bonaparte was _^t_^ ' ODe of;»<b.a most; famoua of ; flie 11 viilg Generals iia . France is so stout that he cinnot ride on horseback;1 our Gen. Butler is by no means'_^ lean amd _slippered pantaloons; " an&_^'great many ot her names-conld be quoted to'diB_^rove _^e rfeason assigned above for the exeinption< bt "' men of super abundantflesh, who are otherwise capable to do soldiers ' duty, from the conscription. Tiie Position of Georgia; The Richmond Enquirer, of a few days since , had an article o...

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