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

N°BT0_£S JC_^LEBRATEI) HOSTS APPLE QHEESE, direct from'J the _manufacturer andfofsaleby WMJDO0K_^Jk_4 &QO. ' ii \

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

Xy r_^_" «"«nxu _AuiAAxnA , a very choice _/ lot, just _recsi _yedrand for sate by _, mraa, .ma: wok. jL' _& _oa

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

_^ LADIES' _LIST. A_^^_ms, Mrs Sarah A _Karns, Mrs Lucy Atticks. Mrs L Kany, Miss Maria Baer_, - Mrs Elizabeth P Kennel, Miss Mary Btngel, Mis Elizabeth Kepford, Mrs Maiy Bill, Miss Elizabeth Kennedy, Mies Mary C 2 _Bigger, Miss Maggie I Keiper, Mrs Mary _Bleiio, Miss Sarah Kreher, Miss Lou Blakeman, Mias Lizzie Kriter, Miss Ann Black, Miss Sarah A Koesel, Mrs Catharine Bobinson, Mrs Sarah W Kimbell, Mrs Ann C Boweis, Miss Annie Lang, Miss Lizzie fiomgardner, Miss A. _Larkins, Mrs B Brown, Miss Joanna Layard, Miss Annie Brownell, Mrs W H Lee, Miss Fannie Burbaker, Mrs Daniel Lewis, Misa Mary F Bubb, Mrs Margaret Looker, Miss Sarah Bumbaugh,MissEmmaMcCalmout, Mrs EH Brehm, Miss Barbara McElwee, Miss Sarah Brenner,;Mrs EH " Minick_, Mrs Elizabeth Callum,' Miss Allice Madder, Miss Lizzie. - Chubb, Mjisa Mary May, Mrs Sallie A Carneyj _MiBS Clara Marteer, Mrs A H Crozier, _MifiS Susan Miller, Mrs Caroline 2 Crull, _Miss_^M ary S Maokleye, itrs — , , Cortin, Miss Kate _Magee, Mi« Emma....

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

Funelax of Skbgbant Hummel — _impo_*_. €eremony.—The funeral of Sergeant Hummel, of company D, Dauphin County Regiment, took place this morning, from the residence of the. deceased's mother, in Second street near Market, and proceeded to the cemetery, where the remains of the gallant .young hero were interred, amid the regrets of his associates in his youth, his companions in arms, and his immediate relations. The Dauphin. County Begiment was put in force, and _^ this _._i a_^ded to. the immense civic portion of the funeral, made a most imposibg'cbrtege' _, such as has not attended any pUierifuneral'ia t_^is ci fcyjprm. ' any;yearfii _before. zh-Ws need not add any words to_.those, _jtfnicb? have already .been spoken to swell the meed of praise of this gallant young _fcoldier. He (wa8\ beloved by his _raiment. "In'battle he was fearless arid cool, ever foremost where danger larked, and never shrinking from duty thoug;h' .death obstructed the. wajf .to,-its . performance. He was mo...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

Tp TfL _ba or a _WojiAir_,—WhSl© the men of Pennsylvania are enriching-the soil of, every rebel _atate _^ a . ndvpp,_yering every fieldj wttli glory where the tvwor an_4 fame, the authority and the perpetuity of the Union and the Government, are contended for , the women of this Commonwealth are doing their snare 6/ the_'wdrk, alike in acts of mercy in the _*nidBt of ther rbarihgof battle as in the sphere where the;Victims of battle, when ihe strife ' is ended, lie b&eding and groaning. "We-must not overlook the deeds either of men or womeD in _tjiis mighty struggle. It should be the duty of the press throughout the land to chronicle these deeds and preserve the honor of those ' wW> thus nobfy jdevote themselves to their country. The following, from the Washington Chronicle, shows what a brave 'Pennsylvania woman accomplished at Chancelloville: During the battle of Chancellorville, while everybody was fighting and many were falling_, we noticed one in their .midst, ...

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

rl BACK Agadi ~"Nin e months since, we chron-W ed the fact that ' jine of our corps of com-^>8 _itors had laid df ma. the co mposing to !take _^ the real _shooting stick. These gallant fel-M&_™ loft _situation a where any one of them was _Hfcpabie of makitt' g more money in a week than ^»y would iee« ve in a month as pay in the _^my—where th ey were unrestrained and per-^Bl y independ_* mt—and where they were cer-«_mal ways of e? mploy ment. But moved entirely . J||f Bpirit of I _»atriotism such as few but printers 9»iun<ieTst:io d , they gave up the emoluments ind ease of positions in the Telegraph office to ! a are the _daugera and hardships of the army, ecause they were convinced that it was a duty bey owed to their country. It is such a spirit rhich ennobles bur cause—which gives us faith i our ultimate, decided and brilliant triumph! —The brave men ' who left us nine months go, are with us again. They haW returned »fe —they have returned with honor , Wel...

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

IP Waitino to bb Mustered Out.---Old soldiers > will agree , that the most irksome and annoy-1 _i png portion of a soldier' s duty is that _. which is ¦jbornprised in the time devotedto patting to be ' _^mustered out. Men are then waiting between , ' piopo and anxiety to get-home—waiting to be ifree from duty and discipline-_^wailing "to ik-ive a good time generally," and hence every pittle delay chafes and exasperates those who |do not pause to think. In the _^ first place, the preparation of a set of muster out papers for a pegimontis no trifling labor. Let the men in ¦_Raiting think of this fact. Let our3)_rawfrfbeiyB |phitjk that the officers are now engaged nigh t ibid day, that additional assistance is called in pom the clerical forc9 of the city, in order to _^c ilitate and hasten the completion of these mpfiB- As soon as they are ' cdmi)leted the W poney ie here to pay every man in Camp <3ut-^n waiting to be mustered out, while those &oet anxious to...

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

Thu Reception of tub Dauphin County BkqiuztiT—Incidents which _<were overlooked in our Report _^ Immediately after the formal proceedings on ti_^e .par_^ _qiij i the city_^of Hamsburg, _' mthe reception-of the _^Tth-Begiment Penna., Vol. hail been concluded , th_6 members of the Hop6 Fire . Company ipok charge of Buch,pf_^lie soldiers of t he regiment as were members of that organization, and conveyed'them to the house _^if'the; . company. A splendid supper had been 1 prepaijred, which was in wating, with a bill of fare comprising everything which was delicious in cold meats and othe " r'_eattfbleS.f ' The re_^aioni between the returned _spldiers " _anoTtfieir f_^llowfiremen-was hearty, warm and sincere. . .It spok_^of a._Mendsbip as nobl e as j_^t ,was enduring, anji;nw_^jb _' siremembered ._^as ¦ on_^ of? _^he_: most ¦ vpleasingin_^dentei of _thatiglQri qus reception.. i_> Ex-Mayor, Kepneri presided at the _toard, with the dignity-peculiai to himself. '¦' ¦ ' ' The...

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

ARBIVAL at THE OhE ' HUNDRBD AND THIRTYSkioiifD P. Y. —This spjeiodid regiment _^ arrived inthiscity and took quarters at Camp Curtln yesterday afternoon : It is commanded by Col. _Cnarles All bright. We often write that regiments have gone through great service_^ but in no case can,the same be written with more literal truth than in * that of the 132d. It has ¦¦ ¦ _> reduced to five hundred and fifty men by _b_*8 _^ _*ships pibattle. This fact must be its _^he harur . . v _« present. Before leaving, _Genl history for tL _^_oUowibg neat _j speech at his bdubn'made the _. _l _owU said?;: A headquarters. Gen. _. % . _^ ^^^ _^ _, My. | friends, fellow sow _^r|J _^ _^you _companibha in arms: I oame •-;¦>*. tfoat yOn are gobdby. In doing _^M^> m%_^y of you, going; and Jet I am glad that so m- d tQ through the Providence of_>God_, ara6p _^ _^ _ssssasffis_^_s _Sk_^_ssssssxss Thirty-second ¦Ba_^6y lvania,!. regmient. __ _: \^ jecord is pure~yo« have _conducted ...

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

Meeting in Aid of this United States Sanita_?t; Commission.;—Our readers will not forget ttie meeting this " evening in the " Coiirt House' when the operations ' and the claims of the United States Sanitary Commission will be discuskd by Horace H. Furness, Esti. _Tfce Sanitary Commission has accomplished more to preserve.the health of the Army than , any organization - not directly - connected1 " with its movements, and of course while thus contribu ting to; the _heatltb, were also adding to the efficiency arid the discipline of the forces. ; The operation's of the Commission look entirely to the promotion of the pbysicial health of the men. This of itself is a vast labor .j We will not attempt to discuss it, but leave-the subject for presentation to bitr' _feliow .-<3_tfzeiiB, '. bj\ Mr. Furness, this evening. We _' truft tuat he, will have a' full attendance of those who-feel an interest in the efficiency of the army; of those at home,who have the mean ' s and the time ...

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

¦ - "¦¦ ¦ *Vm. -: . A Good JoKaViRY'WiLd toil).—By trie io\- lowing &dih>the 2/aufcA CKuAb Gazette, it will be seen that our friend, the facetious and gallant Capt. E H. Bouch, is back again, wielding the editorial pen in the columns of that able journal. It is a good joke very well told, and one which pa&German friendjai.-will highly appreci-^i ' -m .:. j ,- V .J;c_^:-T " : . ! tqSie sinaiower G'shprunga.—A few days ago a soldier " , residing _somewnere down tbe valley, was met in the car by a man who merely rficog--mMdjj_^to-%»_K,an4y _^ev_^te ._^.,asked him, in Pennsylvania dialect ' , what Regiment ne belonged to1 ?! He answers; ••'towthe (which is attached to the unfortunate 4,1th Corps, which corpB, it is alleged, _oeliaVed bafrly in the_^battle' of: Ch|ncelloryitle.) ; _Tbermanfthen asked him how it came thai they ' (the llth ' _Corps) all skedadledTwlxen.Mr. Soldier made the following 1 comprohen8iye and satisfactory ' explanation : !l < ''WeU...

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

Hbar a Bbavb Soldier.—Col. Clark, of the 123d Begiment P. Y.,on the arrival of his command |n Pittsburg, and. in reply,tp thespeech of welcome, made the following vindication of Gen. Hoi'ker _at/d the men who still remain in the_^field with him: ' - ? _^ ¦ ' ' -. ¦¦ _T_^ith regard- to -the ; _brayje . troops they had left behind them he had a word_$> say. ' A. rumor had been circulated throughout the country that our army had _suffered an inglorious defeat, but theyiwereliyingwitnesses there torday to pronounce it an unqualified falsehood. (Tremendous cheering.) The first thing which the regiment heard on _reachingHarrisburg, was that Hooker was beastly drunk on that memorable Sabbath at Chanceil6Aville. LiHes could tell his friends, and lie was in a position to speak _know ingly on the subject, 'thatf_^efe _wai not a kKadow _ohtruth in ic.i _Ilhevreport was a base falsehood without even the semblance of truth.; (A _' v_^ice—Three _Cheers for _General Hocker ! 'The call met...

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

mm _Wbmrtmmmts Steam Weekly to Liv en>ool. _OX>UCHING at QUEENSTOWN _, (Cork _Hab 1 boe.) The well known Steamers * _<_,??_£ Liverpool, New York and Philadelphia Steam ship Company, are _Intended to sail as follows • City of New York, Saturday, May 23 ; Citv of Baltimore , Saturday, May 30; Etna, Saturday, June <*, and every succeeding _Saturday, at Noon, from Pier 44, North River BATES OF PASSAGE , PAYABLE _DT GOLD, OH ITS KQOTVALKNT TS _Cim HEHOT. rasr cabin, $80 00 _arKKBAOB , $32 5u do to London, 85 00 do to London , 35 50 do to _Pati8, 96 00 do to Paris, 40 50 do to Hamburg, 90 00 do to Hamburg, 87 50 Passengers also forwarded to Harve, Bremen, Botterdam, Antwerp, &j., at equally low rate-. Fares from Liverpool or _Queenestown : l8t Cab»n »_A _?J6» $86, $105. _Storage from Liverpool, $40. From _Queenestowrt; $80. Those who wieh to send for their friends can bay tit kets here at these rates. For further information apply at the Company...

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

. Wuitsuntxdb.—Yesterday was Whit _sunday, the seventh Sunday, or forty-ninth day after E ' _Ster. Pentecost and Whitsuntide correspond. Anciently, it was customary for those who were baptized on this Sunday, to attire themselves in white, and the day was then called White Sunday ; Dominica Alba, or Dominica in Albis. The deriviation, however, has been variously sought from "utas" octave,the eighth from Easter. The holy memories connected with this period are such as elicit the prayer aud praise of all religious hearts, and _bsspeak the reverent attention of the community in general The _anniversary of the Jewish feast ; of Pentecost, when the Apostles Were "baptized with, the-Holy Ghcst_, aud with fire,',' and when they themselves commenced their-ministry by baptizing three thoueand persons, is such as should be, as it is, an. event of peculiar religious interest. .

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Evening Telegraph — 18 May 1863

THE PUBLIC are cautioned against the SPUBIOOS articles of LYE for making SOAP, &c, now offered for sale. The only GENUINE and PATENTED Lye is that made by lhe PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFACTJBING COMPANY, their trade-mark for it being " SAPONIFIES, OB CONCENTRATED LYE." The great SUCCESS of this article has led UNPRINCIPLED PARHES to endeavor to IMITATE it, in violation of the Company's PATENTS. . • All MANUFACTUBEBS, BUYERS or SELLEftS of these SPUBIOtJS Lyegj are hereby NOTIFIED that the COMPANY _haVd employed as their ATTOBNEYS; J \ GEORGE HARDING, Ebq, _tf/ _fhUa. , and WILLIAM _BAKEWEJLL, Kaa_, of PUUburg. And that all MANUFAC3T[_IRTtRS; USERS, OR SELLERS of t.ye,ln violation pf lhe'rights of the Company, wilt bePRbjECUTED at bt_>ce. The . _SAPPSIFIEB_, or CONCENTBATED LYJB, is forsale by all _Dkugqists , _Gboobbb and CoilKXRT ST0BJ_58_, ~

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

353 fiUBIA MIELS, 355 353 and 355 Washington Street. New ' ¦ _¦i _Yori_^City. CiOVERIVMEIVT _COFFKK. _TD_^BfT np in tin foil pound papers, 48 in a _JEr box, and in bulk. Our prices rauge from 7 to SO cenite. We put up the following kinds: JAVA, MARACAIBO, BIO AND VARIOUS OTHER BRANDS OF SUPERIOR COFFEE. Wo believe our Coffee to be better than any ground Coffee how in use. All orders addressed fo us, or to our agents, Messrs. Place & Yciuho, 182 Chambers Street, corner Waabiugton Street, New York City, will receive prompt attention. < The retail trade supplied by first class jobbing houses in the various cities. TABEB & _PIiACJB. WM. I. TABKK. : . OHAB. FLAOB. N. B.—Trade Price- List fumiflbed upon application. dec_!8 d3m-rdmr23

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

Valuable Furnace Property for Sale or to Bent. _npHE underage ed will sell or rent Chester X Furnace , situate in Cromwell towuship Huntingdon county, Pa. The Stack is well and substantially built; there is also Ten Bank Houses in-tolerable repair; there is an abuudance of good wood that can be purchased at from 16 to25oentspercord, (wood leave,) within two miles of the stackr and abundance of geod ore can _ba got from one to two and a half miles, at a reasonable price. The furnace is about ten mites from Mt. Union station, P. B. R., with a_^good public road leading to it. For further particulars, address - SAMUEL _WHSON, Sproce Greek, P. O., Huntingdon county, Pa. mr31-d3m

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

TAKE NOTICE.l :; The Unitbd Siaiks _Ctaoorr Coitbt, Western District of Pennsylvania, No. 1 of May Term, in 18S2, in suit of THE PENNSYLVANIA SALT MANUFAQTURING CQKP'ANY Ivb. _THOS. G. CHASE, decreed to t_^e Gompany, on November 16, "1862 , the EXCLUSIVE right granted by a.patent, owned by them for the _SABOHLFIER. Patent dated _Odtober 21,1856. Perpetualiojun'ction_'a _. waiddd. !_- ; THE _PENWSYI_.VA3VIA SALT I_^_PfACTUftiNG _IflMPANY r • ¦¦_-• . ' O.F _' FiOR.8. ' :.;: ' .V. "_" . "' • ¦ ¦) 127 _Walnut Street , Philadelphia, i Pitt 8_$. and Duquesne Way, Pittsbiirg ap25 d3m-g(p'i ¦'

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

_Jt_, A DlFFICDLTY ABOUT THE _BeCEPTION OF A RsGI-|^mk\t Settled.—The Loyal Leagae of Reading W _hw taken hold of the matter of the receptibn of _i the Beiks County Regiment (122d,) and aril luugt ments have been made which will secure fa proper welcome of the gallant htfen tJelong-\_J ing to that organization, on their return home. ji_^ Thc League determined to waive all political B _distinctions, and Lave resolved to unite with Sj men of all parties in paying a proper _respect _ftand extending a fitting welcome to the brave j|wlefrnders of the Government and tho _gallant _^_apholders of liberty. Such conduct is lecomifig If ©f loyal men. The soldiers will know ' how to _^ appreciate its mag nanimity. j UL * aHBH _"_4 W_^_MM *M \ i j . ,r '

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

. , . LIQUOBS. XX7*E have oq hand a very .superior _selectiod YY of _WIJJES, BRANDIES and FINE LIQUOBS_, of every description. BRANDDiSof the choicest brands and vintages. WINES of every variety and of the finest quality. ST.,CR_,UZ BUM. HOLLAND GlN. IRISH, SCOTCH, BYE and BOURBON WHISKY, CHAMPAGNE, SCOTCH ALE, BROWN" STOUT, CORDIALS, &c Also, a NATIVE WINE, manufactured from the domestic grape, which is a splendid article, aadvreknowittobepure. ap_!4 _. WM. DOCK. Jr.. & CO.

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