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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 July 1864

y 7T71 PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JULY 1,1864. PRICE TWO; CENT3. Is 1 V I A x .... ( I. i 1 it t? 1 ...J J! rCRESTING FROM WASKiSGTOJI. DESIGNATION OF MR. CHASE fcXaMI-OIOTICIAL VIKWH. REORGANIZATION CF THE CABINET. OHJtlOXS OF THE ITBLiC PRESS. INKLINCS OF THE CAUSE. Racial I Th Kvenlwe; Telrwraph. i WHrNOTOK, July 1. In my hut despatch 7r""K Mated that Governor Tod name wa Kidrwn. iru not known In outside circles - w do hm aociiird the nomination. Affair now wdi tbt oidtr no ordinary or ptobtble ehTumstance could Mr. Chase be induced to resume hit port folle. ,. The Impression teems general tbts morning tint Cher, an nw k. . .-.. ), r.hinot i - there It levceij ,yng9 on, or tno rroldcnt' ! nentusnaeiiAsalhlt as just and proper. B it the Mil polat i tottle will tw, whether that Cabi net ihaU bendktl or conservative. It will be cn or the otitr. 1 : f. The psst tu shown the folly of a divided III council. V f 11 1 MM ipon pretty good anthority that Sena tor sticrmia weald decline tho posi...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 July 1864

NsWsfl' THE DAILY EVENING TET,KGRArn.-lrmLADEY,rnTA. FRIDAY, JULY I, I8C4 s i i i t .U At, Yr I . ' A HAHY AfTEftHOOH MWSrArtf. CmCE No. 103 S. THIRD STREET. IMas Two Cwrrs Pan Cost, er Twbi.vs Cm Pan Wesl, naysaxs to the Carrier, UK mailed to Subscribers est of ISssCKty at Sit. rsoLUao pes Annua i Osn IXat.sa o SfotiTwe, hsvartaNy la Knm far u period fraacotV A3'irtsetsnts assarted at tna anal rates. A liberal Brrti.lsossot aseda tot uoa4 mtsruoa. T tTTBWSS)ssdlwasljsl. - We rseriae can hlrotif Arsowymnat rieinnienileBtlons. tuwev U li.taai.te4 tor nasertlea) mart be anthentteeted Vt naane end rHii at tn. srrtter--wot neosatsariiy fnr nbltnothMi. hut M mnnM for hie Hood raKh. Weean- atst undertake to return rejeoted Ooiaiaanhiotioita. Ts Alvnilamn, ' m ts a great tonreseo la the CVnilaMna Tn KTHnlnoTKl.ROKArH.tomD.lhMa.fto .o In nr.. al an arty boar, we urgently fwieeet that B'frrtl..maiitt mar a. eoea an tea e'elnek. if Boeesbia. to .Mum , tkaai an astertioa hi all of on editions....

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 July 1864

7 J THB DAILY EVENING TELKQRArg. ririLADELrnTA, FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1801. r FRIDAY, JULY 1, 16. If BFIRIT OP THE NEW YORK PBES3. Loading Editorials from the Sew York V Paprrs This Horning. Ml. fHMC'N REAICIXATIOX. frm fas Tim ft. M'e have no reliable Information m to Hie cuet of Mr. C hue's resignation of the Trea sury Department, though the fact Itself seems to be ufflcicntly authenticated. We do not Mcrtbe it to any anticipation of dlfflcnltv In carry ing the financial dortinent of the Oorernmcnt through the crisis which circumstances ieem to bare created for it, Iktbusc Mr. Chase ii not the him to shrink from any duty or responsibility in which the honor nnd welfare of the nation are hivalrcd. The more threatening the aspect of affairs In bit department, the more likely would he hare been, other things being eqaal, to itand by the helm and do everything in bis power to avert impending dangers, lie ha become Involved, It Is true, in a very embarrassing controversy with the Slate banki...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 July 1864

v V , ' " T .'. ' l miDAT, :3Wt 1. 1WH. :; ' BHEKIDAN'S OAVALHT. FROM wrurRALlHKTrR'i COM HAND. - t - a a. -j - , nmr.L roHcrn sfnt to tKTT.RMTi tmw iiik ktrrLiF.s wbiH ai k--wby bb abash-inkd TUBSlBOBOrlYKCBlHBO., , , MABTTWsm'BO, W, Va., June 30-Arrlving hereon jtatarriitf morning al li o'clock, and learn ing that a Isrirn' train of wairfins, tcim. by several thousand trooos. would mart at 6 o'clock for titnunton, wl'h supplies f i rovisions and 1 aromnnitton f'r Uiwhis linntei nna crook command, t di-tormlmd to acoitnp.inv It. Lute in thn afternoon of the next day we were Ordered to return to M.irtinslMirg, where, i in our arrival, 1 until Hint llie expedition h id been turned buck hecttiat Humer and Crook hid ar rived at Lewiaburg. It win said iluit the gennrai Intel not lw a hii' I. but onlv rcpulniil lietnre l.ynohliiirK. and th o hoy e mid li.ive taken the plai tha next duy, liut llieir auiiiiiiuition i getting very anir. e, and K well, ami Hrecktnrid.'-!, and Mot'auslaml wer...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 July 1864

p , of , T'TDTTij' Ji ini inj r i 't EYKWING- T K LI J3 a I U A P. T TT" ' I rmcE TWO CENTS. rillLADKLPIIIA, SATURDAY, JULY- 2, 1SG1. PRICE TWOGENTS. ..... . iiiin,ii mr nib J W'EUKC H4II.Ko.iD. rail Pnrttrnlnr HorrlMn Nrrnn, The Toronto tllobe of iyestenl ly glvet tome additional particular of the awful c.Uiotnphe on the Qucbce lUilroad, near St. Hiluiro. Tlie accident took place nt half-past 1 o'eloi It A. M. The train for Quebec stopped at St. Hllile, aiamt tne mile from the bridge m ro the Itielie lieu river, where tliei o is n tewing bridge. The swing bridge wai opened aloiit a quarter past one, to let a nmulier of hnrgce, In tow of a etcanicr. pa. The proper signals were tnrn'd licf. ro the bridge was opened, and the red light wa burning. The man m charge of the bridim, when he heard the whistle, waved his red biiuel lamp. Tho Handing orders are, that all trains nmstcoinrt to a full Mop ticlore reaching the bridge. This was diyrcg irdcd, and the lr.uu ran Into the open draw. T...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 July 1864

seA THE DAILY EVENING TKLEGRAFII. PIULADELrillA, SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1864. if V 1 A DAXLT UTKRKOOH VEWRPAFER. OFFICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. Tim Two Omrr P Cost, or Twki.ti Csrrs Pan VTns, rayabl to Ik Cifrkc, ut melted to .nr.eorlbeo at of tha Osty m His Doaiu Pu Ahbcmi 0e DaLi.ii Two Moktm, tarwtably la adTano r In. parte' rowM. Ads-artaseenaats Inserted at fha unal rates. A liberal arrnngrtnarit mad in .xtanded Insertions. T Crri W Mttltss east he taken of A Mmrm" fowmnntnaHotn. Vlesrr li Int.mted lot rnsortKsn mustls. aiillixntloated f7 the nam anil address ef Ik wrr not nwnesarll lor Kiibiictoa. but as a gnaraate. an good faith, w.oan nwt uoaaruka to rstura rajauxl OonunuiUoatioiu. To Aalvm-tteOTa. Osrlwg lha great mstmaa. In tha Ctretilatina of Ttra atvitniiaTKLKaiiAPNtomplHaii hi to go to in.. at an oarls-hoar.we artrentlT resiuest that advertisements may Im banded hi at .'ion a. ten o'nlonk, If possible, to saottrie taaaa a laMrtioa la all of oar editions. BATTJRDAY, JULY 2, ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 July 1864

X aW r 0 1 i SATURDAY, JULY 2, 1801. - SPIRIT OF THE NEW YORK PRESS, Leading Editorial from the Jicw York Papers This Morn In?. TIIK MIMTAHT VIF.W. from I. Ttmrt. To our view, tlio mllitnrjr situation never, on the whole, looked ttmnn and so hopofui, in a larse surrey, as at tlilg moment. In the first place, our two great armies ncrcr were planted in position at all comparable, ax regards their ailvaiitagoousnoss, to tlioo kcu- pled by them nt this moment. Grant is on the south bank of the James, or npon the Appomat tox, wnilc l.ce s army lies north of him, virtually confined to Richmond, or hemmed In by the line of the James. Sherman's urmr la near the hniirt of Oonrirlii, almost within nibt of Atlanta. Even If Grant dea nothing for some time, but atav where he ifi, and operate upon Lee's eoiiiniuni' alions with the splendid body of cavalry he now bas with bim, he must bear with great, far-ruaching, and finally fatal oltect npon the enemy. It Is true that some of Grant's combinatio...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 July 1864

BuaaMASB TELEGRArn. PnTLADETjrniA, SATURDAY. JULY ,2, 1801. s" "i . ' t r SATURDAY, JULY 2, 18M. V. ; J ' T". ' ' '. T " T AMUSEMENTS. Ukam tft-.ms Talent Thb Patrons or rnr. CHKHNtf 8tRFT.r TftRATRts IX Doi-bt Tsmc Lation of TiigKvKN SiKrr.Rn New Su-smbm Ann Btkfi.k Ccts. Lt week we noticed lr T0trf; Buiioariciiitr thrtt Mr. Ni.-nll Milrityrc, prlnrlil ntat come. I an of the Hoj-l lUymnr ket notr,'lx)hdon, woaltl appear its "1irJ Dnndieary," In the new scenes which were to lie Introduced In tho dr.una of the .SYrcn Sitter, A We have been a comtant iwador of foreign tliout Fit! news for tho lust three jenrs, wo ttiiFiiRhl that there must bar" been some mlsunko In tlii annonnof mcnt. An we liavj rrl, M'S.-rs. JJncsstono and Coinpton have ln?on the I I low comedian?, and Mes-rs. llowo and Enri-eri the lipht conutlians at the Hityiimrket The atre for a long time. Mr. Sothern in in ill second year ns " Lord Diitulreiry" In this suuie theatre, and recently, not having erwded aa well in H...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 July 1864

V XI EE viTEMK H PRICE TWO CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JULY 5, ISM. PRICE TWO CEtffS. FOURTH EDITlOiJ, THE GREAT NAVAL COMBAT. Attempt of Semmcs to Board tho "Kearsago." ' Nw Yoait, July S. The steamer .Veto York, from Bremen, reports that on (he evening of the 22d nH., (ho plated In the British channel a J screw steamer, with the Rebel colore flying, and bound innthriut. The Paris correspondent of the London Olebt thy I "The Alalmmn Bifida two at'empts to board til htHrtage, but tin commander of the lattof onlmano avred Simmoi, and finally sent a projectile right through ;he Alahama'i beler, tnd then ceding what had oc curr.d, he broo'nt aii die guns to bear on the pira'.ij jn a concentrated broadsldo from slar J"!d, and made a breach four yards !o length trader her water line, when ehe began to link rapidly. From I'ort lluitann. Nkw Yoiik, July . I.atc private advices from Tort Hudson, show that the Rebels are sotu; what active in tho vicinity, but avoid that place. They have en...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 July 1864

V TUB DAILY EVENING TELKQIlAPn. rniLADEXFIIIA. TUESDAY, JULY 5, 1801. 2 A iah.t AmnnooTf xcwsrArxs. OFFICE No. 108 sTthIRD STREET. Filua TMra Onti fn Corv, sr V-rvt.va (him Fra areas:, BwraMe tba Carrier, end Milled te Setieertbers wt athe CHy rvMx.u rn Annua i 01 rmxie a TM Moerraa, ssvartaMv la advance fcr ths period ilwlln iwiiW kneertae at the aeaej nIN. irrwtwunl made Ibf attended UteerUooe. A llherel Te lrmHilnM. ' ' ' ' Ma (M Mm Of Awenyaeea. Whatever to Intended nr Inaortkw am" emti.otio.eti py the eease ana MdnH ik "-'-'""L T " poetic!, hut tnro (hr hl endran. Weoan at wtaiun at nun rejeeied OoauwawJoeuewe. T AaTvertJavrav. T Owtnf to great reeree. the ClraelanV ef Tsa liMMlimuni.Mn! In pre.. i an arty howr.we enr-eitr crt.l that advertisement, may banded ba tn a. tea 0 cant'k, If poe.lble, lo secure Uieaa aa keeartJoa as all ef tax ealtioae. . TCKSDAT, JULY 5, tSfil. .. THK DOOM Or TUB "ALABAMA." i No single went since the commencement of . the war hit caused to much publi...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 July 1864

u ... J TIIK DAILY KVKmKti TELKflU A.PII.arinTi AI)KLPHTAf TUESDAY. JULY 5, 1801. j. w -- ' ' " ' " -r v 1 ' Iv . TUESDAY, JVI.Y S, 1804. ETIEIT OF THE SEW YORK PEES3 I I IHKWTTIIf;r I.IVK jVasa lhJtrhat of Commrrre. 1ST JAPA. The Japanoe Hro cnpylng our railroad and electric tclrKrHiiha. Mar we not Dmnni.lt t.k. from tht'm tome of their simple aiut primitive inventions in the art or honest Kovernmcnt, just 17 way of a "swop," as President Lincoln would ay 1 If only on traveler in Japan had hrooRht back report! of the marvelous Integrity and economy vi mo Japanese system or home gorornmint, " auum nave aouotea the story putting it on par with the anihropoph,.g and men whose litmus oo grow tciioalh their sliKultlcrs. The lvng of Sinm, when a piece of Ice, Im ported from tome northern rrin -.. to him, could not he made to believe thut auch sira. oi nature was possible, and stoutly main . taincd that It must be a juggle and a hoax, be csoto be bad never seen any In bit own country. Thi...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 July 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEOUAril PHILADELPHIA, TOESDAT, JULY 5, 1861. TUESDAY, JDLT 6, W. AFTER Til K 11 ATTI-K. Held ttt lantern aside, an! shncMer not no f 1 Tbert'i nwir blootl to oe limn Uila stain on th snow ! Topr art-V'"' of I"'"" ot " )u,i h' j And nxed faces all streaked, and criiustm-soakcd hair! . . Eld Joo think, wnin we ctme, you anu . To prrrfcigAr our d' l, yon would ,ol tight? You're, his wife) you love him i 7 '"' Am only' hid mother my h"T "-l no 1st ditch with the rei while can '"ar 11 le forto to a grata thl mlue own may ooi : So If yomtivnffih fall" t RO hy llio hearth, i While hi mother nloue awi-Wa Ills bed on tin tnh I ' Ton trill fo! then no fuln'lngs! give me the Unlit! And follow my footnte pi ; my heart will leap 'Ah I Ood I whit il here ? a (Treat heap of the 4laln All Bianttlod ami Rorv I what horrible pain ' The btWs have died In ' Pear mothers, ye weep, 1 e weep, oi, ft wexp, o'ar thli tcrritjld deep I Morel more ! ah, I thonght I coald never more know fW...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 July 1864

HIiTI,.,, 11.1)1.. A w I I n BGRA H PRICE TWO CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, 18ti. - PltlCE TWO CENTS. -L , U . LJ Q i i - 71 i ' 1 i f If I THIRD EDITION, REBEL INVASION. GENERAL HUNTER RAPIDLY MOVING. EEEELS HOLD HARPER'S FERRY. 8ICEL HOLDS MARYLAND IIFH.IITS. Haltimorb, Jnijr 6, 12 20 T. M. The mail train for Sandy Hook, below Harper's Ferry, left thie morning, aa usual. General Hunter's forces are rapidly arriving from tbe Wsst, and will, no onbt, ioon confront tbe Rebels. Tbe enemy itlll retain possession of the Vir ginia aide of Harper'a Ferry. General Slgcl with kia force hold. Maryland Height. AH indications thin far strengthen the belief that the foroci of the tneiny do not exeved 6000 8000 men, and that It la simply a plundering jcdltioa. FRo5l,.R Mf:'I AI''K'.WP(KIf:T. HimiBi;B,ul' 12 15 p M Jfo Prticu lar movement!148 ,cen mttdo ,n thI Imme diate dirty"" AU 11 I1"" at Hagcrgtown, which otr "cf nold' 'ner1 Hunter's amran ition r"n IlM rcacue,l ljlm " having passe...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 July 1864

s TIIS DAILY EVENING TELKGRArn. rnU,ADEL?HIA, WEDNESDAY, JULT G, 18G4. ..M f4 -i -1 V - A Jn.T ArruMooif nwsrins. CJT1CE No. 108 iTtHIRD STREET. 9ttm tn'Cim fm Oorr, or nmra Cam Pn Wew, rMa MriW o-rtr. u4 iaati.4 t MsrNsn J Ha (My MStx IKmxam r-aa Ajmom Ok Douu Miimiih, kmrbMf la khim fw tt.ru lvttWMii kiMrM at t MtssI rate. A jnmmminut mH Iter HUmAni sassctiea . T Cli l ess1 W nnto m Im taken r lMifM Oaan)nlealas. mr l InlMMVm Mr toeeriisa as. aulhenlleated Mna awd ad,lnMS IK. naoeaearlly f KiNioasioa), but a rearaai !) rd (kith. Weoan K 4srlk to rMara nfrcu (Mmukuw, T Aefem-tliMtir. Vw1ie: t r as Ih Ctroalatinn of Tin faVnHiKO Tai.me.r, onenp.ill, m In M In prn. M an arty hrr w. .mantle re. mat that MnniHiunliai; Se kaaV4 Mt aa ten esnek, IT posstkl, la Moor mi our euiifoau. WBDNK8DAY, JULY 6, 1884. TH DKMTBVCTIOS OF THE PIRATK. Lt Secretary Wkllm rejoice. Let the ebole tMtj fling up lu cap and hurrah with Willi A. glorious victory for our nns has Seea won npon the e, and the valu...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 July 1864

! 7 Y 1 V. X v , h C V 4Mii0 3fl(gtxpb WEDNESDAY, JULY 6, ISM. v ' 'feETEIT OF THE NEW I0BK PBES3, Icjidlnjc Editorials from the Now York Papers This Morning. THE Fit ! OF TIIF. DSn.OKKVtS(!OT FFRFSf F-TIIK PKONI'ICl r OF WAR. frm the Tieeei. rne London Conference lion practically coma i an inglorious ena. It sat for omc tlmo on Wednesday, the 22d of Jnne, to hear the last propositions of Austria nnd Prussia, proposition! which are dest rilied as being of a nature little lew than Intuiting. It wan to alt ataln on the 2Sth for the completion of formal business, but further negotiations are at .an end. There is nothing for It no but an appeal again to the word. Hostilities brtwnnn ih. i.,i .a Denmark wore to commence again on the 27th, uj mat nme too neutral Powers will doubt- .ess hare determined the respective parts thoy we to play in the second act of the tragedy. That England has made up her mind already, can hardly any longer be regarded as mere m it tnr of conjee tare. Thu tono ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 July 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TEI,EGnArarjggP'LlmA, WEDNESDAY, jWjf6,J8g4. WtWNBSDAY, JULY 6, 1B6. for Tht Krmlnf TMItyrapA. THE FAICl ASBf't. June 7lli-a7i. A. I. . tWj,tInkn bndl Wm, Ket.l chiefs! bright tororigs tT mtnlstc-rinif spirits our f-ww path Jkre lttb tlnfl up, till Uod, restraining wrath, -A more tbn Kd sea triumpk with In oK Khali bid engulf a tyranny that wronKi Kacb bondman lorely, but each free lord mr.iv ! Pair sisters, Miriam-like, Columbia o'er, Ye brlg what first, rach brother's life prolongs, Till gn Uldon by Freedom pillowed Are, A past the gulf whore Pharaoh's demons nop, Ye hall, with banners bitfh and aiitbems lii;'l r, ynfranrhtsed men whom (hid and right Inspire. Kind angels, liftotir stricken heroes up, Tba Lord (ball brim with tueir'i your ni-elar enp ! X). W. therefngeof ."vrllisrw. riotis" to IWe upon memories ana Brenly cuEiesmis or English teeeage. I ami hptwnlv eentra. Inns. W'.itt was mh deTsstiitlon maclo In the 'ranks of onr nobility, tHIrd and untitled, as...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 July 1864

fa-' r TCD H J J PRICE TWO CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JULY 7, lSbl. PRICE TWO CENTS. 4, -yy"u K'.i- i V-1 I FOURTH EDITION. THE PEliEL 11XUX Our Troops Driven from Ilagcrstown. THE T.AID A HEAVY ONE. Thirty Thousand Rebels About to Isolate Washington from the North. M1TDLET0WN VALLEY, B00NSB0R0, HAQERSTO WN, AND GREENCASTLE IN POSSESSION OF THE REBELS. They are Marching Down the Cumberland Valley Towards Harri3burg. r.tv., r.tr., r.ic, r.i., r.w., r.i., rt. ttrlnl to The KvrnltiK Tclriirniili. Harrisiii'Ko, July 7 The Rebels drove a regular company of I'nited States troops (the ad vance cavalry of this department) out of Hacrs town fHtcrduy, witu a loss of few wounded and two killed. I Otr furce numbered only seventy; It had driven the Rebels out of the town the day before, taking three prisoners one lieutenant and two privates. Our Regulars retreated to the State line at throe tb;t morning. The C'bambersburg Bank baa arnt all its money to this po ut. All busiucss In Chambcrsbur...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 July 1864

TDK DAHjY EVENING TELEGHATO. PIIIIjADELPniA, TTTOIISDAT, JULY 7, 18C1. OFFICE No. 108 sTtHIRD STREET. Trie Two Cam Tn Oorr, or TwaiTa Carre rn ITasi, sTt to tk Carrier, and asalled to KubttrtMn Martha OH at lix IKiuam fee axsaai Owa Doua os Tvo Koirras, tavarlaair la idTuM r lae patio .TdVnsl. Arties Its .uianta tnearteo- M M uul rare. A liberal mntaiBWit snade Itor axtaooa' touwtfoaa. aettoe rave be taken of "rmM' -ommrmlatima. tkuant j lr.ten.W4 or kit""" m.iat be .nhf nilci. l bT Use naeee and KUrw af law wrtUr not naonasarllr l.r piibiicat'on. but a. a rarat. VKv4 faith. VYecan hoi iMeOertaao to rewira rejeoted Coraraualeatioiia. T ATrliMrm. Owlnir w the fr tnTaee In the Clrralnrlnn of Tna TBvrlsTsisrw,enmcllins na tn to tn pre. at an arlr rwwir, we re;enU reiiet that aitv.rflsnni.tits may be handed tn aa anon a. ten o aWck( r possible, ui secure taeas aa toeartloa la all of oar adluona. TnUKRDAT, JULY 7, 1SV. en all TOI.rSfTF.KR, OH UK IRAFTKDT There will undoubtedly be a now c...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 July 1864

hmfc'" . , Aisia.es. 4 3T . " TITE DAILY EVKNIKfl TELKqRAPH.PlT!TiAT)ELPITrAt TirXTRSDAT JTJLT 7, 1804; V I 1 ir 1 1 i 1! V u V r. on IT ' THUKSDAY, JULY 7, 1864. BTIIHT OF THE HEW YOEK PEES3. Leading Editorials from the 'cw York Tnprrs This Moriilji. a Hiina: or mix. Jntm th TViAuwp. Tht career of the lite corsair A!ab,imiwi firolmbly the niot ptnpcniltiis mi1 nynti-matic irand on record. 1. Sho pn0seil to 1)8 K:liel Or Confi'domto in origin and Impulse, Imt wat linllt with nmnev tuWiihpri or contriliuti .I fur tlie purpose hy Htltili enemies of our Union. 2. Sho was lull! as n pcat't-ful men lianttn tn, l)c lug all Ihe lime iutrmli-il for no other use than that to which .lie m UtTitel. Ji. ,Sho tola out of Liverpool, when the wm built, on pretence of milking a triul trip, wholly unarmed, , ' nd with nd with ladies on board to enver the deeop'inn. pf mptory order from the Oovernmrnt for rtontion, tmwd on prour furnished by our ter arid Pr.nalil nf hop trim clia.arr.ir u- , 'treache...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 July 1864

In ocea THCR8DAY, JCLY 7, 19M. 4IGINAL roETUV. CP"" IV PW fV Keenly Telefeorh. lier once was a lady who frit wiry I"; Ho sba wi nt to procure n Alloixitn P"' . A thing tba '. ai likely to cure ibo first pop. -"Orlill"" raid lha My '" '' H AnrJ start' d fr Pt. Rreat h.im.HOpatri, "Who 'ascribed a pi o wooclniusly wen, That ft rrwdrd exec, ding areal faitti to seo. Brit th lady now ahl. " 1 certainly know, Ths a tha smaller the plllt, the hitter they o, o t, Vit-o r, bow can niv wi uk stomach, alas ! Xgvw, taken a pill without aatrooc Kliis ?" ' A' Madam," exr-laimtd the prcat hoimropatli ' 1 tee you have been to some vi ic allopath. -a-ro. thatiha smaller a ttilnff is lu ulivsic. TL ratrr Its power, troni an actio to the tulc." The lady now left, tmt had not gone a square, Whin the taw in Llui Hindi a nriul.il Bllmr; Jothtng Irsa than a paper, sigiwd by Mrs. f ori, jn which Mrs. taiu me a oeen arm ny wic i-uru (Harry knows who,) to cure all humanity, ot ewn excepting a cane of insani...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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