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

pj i ri " "T" H JjLo PRICE 0 CENTS.J iHlILADKLrillA, MONDAY, AUGUST I, 1SG4. PRICE TWO CENTS. THrtD EDITION.! 1ATEST FROM THE FRONT. ASSAULT ON PETERSBURG. OUR TROOPS RETIRE FROM THE CAPTURED FORTS. DETAILS OF THE MOVEMENT. OUB.LOSS 2000 IN KILLED, WOUNDED, AND MISSING. 10 to.. F.ti.. Ktt., IJto.. lito. " fjX'olal ta That Kvrnlna; Telfa-rnph. Washington, August I. By the arrival of tha mail steamer this morning from City Point we have news from the Army of the Potomac of not so encournglug a nature a We bad been led t. expect. It appears tb.it nfter Hie Rfbtil fort w.ii blown up, General Ledlie's Division, of the Oth Corps, pushed through the rulus to the second Hue of the enemy's lutrcuchmenU, when other portions of our army pressed for ward and engaged the enemy on the right &nd left of Ledlie. The Rebels, however, still remained on the right and left ol tlie dt'inolltdietl fort, In their front line of lntronclimetits, of wliicli the fort foimed a part. Thus the Rebels were ab...

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 August 1864

J . L : TUB DAILY EYBNINQ TELEQKAITI. nnLADKLPIIlA, MONDAY, ATOUST 1, 180. ."A a DAD.T rnumt)o a e wi atu. citice No. ioa sTthird street. rrsse fern earre ra Coir, or Twai.ra Ceirre Pa ay,ea. payable to tbe Cantor, Ml nailed I auhect-roe-rs sysjt ei the ft-ay at ut Pwxui Pea Aftctmi One Dou-ae M-a Two atoatae. Invariably la advance for the areeiod. Ad-res-tieemeata Iriaerted t tbe meal rate., A liberal Inurnnl aula for extenned iuwihoi. ' Tet Clot t 1 pniy. - Ws aenVte m he tehee) of Anenrraeaa rvtaeeiealeallnne. kate-tar u hst.nrt.-ti nr lawns n m.t be " ' lr b' name end aJiiro.ii of the fiM-f"1 ani sjs-Mtratin,. bai a a a-iiei-anus ar h' -a'-h- Wa fianit undeeleke la mam re-eeied CfcoiiaaoioaUoa.. Te adrrrttaw J . te the eaa' mat" Oli-c-atatlosi of Tin tfiaiM Ti..'",ffiHilMm to en la press at aa carivlwtar w e'sstiS'T ft-siue-l thai ed-er-l.emtits may he hat to a aoa aa W U -SosslbUt, 10 eeto-. : St.ni aa liiseniea la all of ear editions ' ' MOXPAY, AV0U8T 1, a- f- "" """"y .' m' ...

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 August 1864

THK DAILT KYBNING TELEGRAriL-PIIILADELPIILAt MONDAY, AUGrST 1, 1CCL MONDAY, AUGUST I, 1904. SPIRIT OF THE KEW TORS PRESS, ICJuMng Editorial from the Now York Papers This MornlnR. An.. NT A. Vet Utf TrfmM. We publish thia morning an ntvaiint of the battle of tbc 2M .Tnlv near Atlanta, liifirraa'lon connrnlnR hlrh bs hi rctnfori Ijci'D. supplied ehii fly from th Kcbcl Wax OiNre. On onr Hide twe liar not, ecn ye', any oillrlsl lotcllltfonc vhattTpr, bnt the unrrutlvc no now give will lipip tbe carttful render to a Jmlgmcnt a to tlio result Of the baulo. It Joe not appear to Imrp Wen a ponpral en- riiiwm. In tin bc i hi nf the Jilih, tint rnrmr n1 inassi.l a;ilnt the riidil win: of Oenrl Mir-imau s cxtt ntktl antl partially itiscnutiai'totl furci s, and got HO jnaly tbrnslieil for tltcir pnlas. ()n tbi tlay t(noin(i, Weucrril Sherman su us to bRTf puslu d tils I, ft, oiTiirir-ini tlio throe c irp. of tlic Arn.y ilio Tvnnrinoce, under NK-I'aur-nn. still further lietotitl the AuirusU Kmlr...

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 August 1864

THE &ATLT eveKTKo TKLKmTArn.rmiiAPEt.rniA, monday, ait,ust i, lsnt. MONDAY, ACCCST 1, OUB. ttAlTIMOTLB LETTER Jtcril r-- rj irrtniu rv-rar.A. Bai.timokb, July W we rather qui t hero to-day, with ft"" ieif1r.g minor than was anilr-ipaied. " " lalevjrely hot that the isolated W f -Pln .ool-orof endeavoring W Jo ao-a'orl,s our trfcole auction. The therm -meter I. now up To 94 degree., an h..w mm" more elevated It Hill become cfre night se I " dimwit to aivlne. We are lo realty P"1"? l,,r'l'?' -flry ordeal." Tb elem''nt,, en to 8 atoelting wlrh fervent heat. Scarcely a "breeze to break the blue cry s'al of too seas, or sweep cue blottoni from the trees." Then have been rumors upon rum 'ra, bit -.ban fnlrlv lofted tlirv dwindle down Into r cr diminutive proportions. Any nuni'wr of Kebt-ls front flttren to sixty thousand nave neon n ioiie(l an In readiness to invaiie M iryiand and . Psnnsv Ivania, especially the latter. It is also .Id lenrr.il Le ii in nomraand of th'-m ; that the aia...

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 August 1864

v 1L rm TRICK TWO CENTS. T 1 1 1 h ADK LPI 1 IA TUESDAY, AUGl'ST S, ISM. HUCE TWO. CENT u TRTTF1 ft THIRD EDITION. ARMY OF POTOMAC. THE LATE REPULSE. EFFECTS ON FtTritC OrLIUTlCNS. ID.RNTJ.GES ACCRUING TO REBELS. ODR LOSSrS IN LATE ATTACK. FLAGS OP TEUCE REFUSED BY THE ENEMY. ejMMlal to Tfi Evening THrrph. Wamiikoton, Auguat 2. Advices from the Army of the Potomac have bem received p to ton o'clock yesterday morning. Tim Vnsuecersful attempt on the lines of rvters Varg has been succeeded by a lull, whit h will probably lost for some time, and exclude the hop of any great military opcratloni for soma days. In Northern Virginia we shall doubrlose have a series of tuhior operations, with a view o expandon of the Invading foro from the valley of the Shenandoah. Meanwhile she failure of Saturday loot will have en couraged Lee to make still bolder uVmonstrn tione In this vicinity Maryland and Penn sylvania. Energetic measured, however, have been taken to meet these designs; and although d...

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 August 1864

TITE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PMLADELmiA. TUESDAY; AUGUST 2, 1801. 1 Owning Aij.r irmHiwf st.wspafkb. cmcENo.io8 sTthird street. IM V 1 Patera Pa Oorr, ar Twii.n C.ier. Pr VM.tanMi tare Carrier, and mat lad la Sutwertbere Ml of Ik Oftr M Bi Doutu Fx Annum i Ok. Pnu.Aa oTn Koaiae, lavortakl la ad to. tar Ik sorted , lwlmifc k-erted at the aaoal rM. UMral U V MBt M4 It UtMfM OrtK Tm tn i W IMea M MkMI Of AHT"-". "l?"??""!!' rM.-v k atw.dea fcr lmrt h. mt be aaibert I -Alert F lA MM aM- M wrtwr-o "'?,?i r ,. k.i x (ptMw.1. r si ih. w. 1 1 lf rW .. TUK6DA.T. AUGU8T 2, im. rif" TnR ADAMS KXmi'.SS COMPANY v WW k araaarNI to eend l.r nn TliK.Sll V rfNU.M lei-Unl.ArCIIAMItk'.ltSlie-tf!. -Ik an Ctair tiri-vi. rnat may (m aent to their i.rtL.-o for theeu'-R.-xra tHkteAe oalalty. Ta be nt pro.. si-i i m . doll- mNflUAU.auparlnteailant. THI HKPTINM OF THE I.f:aIL4Tl RK. aVMDTHC Ml I.I Til LAW. Th ftrk session of the Inlxlsturfl, cnllr! by the) Governor, has but ono work to du the - 6acJtt of ft....

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 August 1864

a-af. I TITK DAILY EVENING TELECrlUrtl.--rniLABKLrniA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 2, 1861. 3- -1 l.-ef' 1 ' Tt'P.f DAT, AVUL'ST 2, 111. SPIRIT OF THE HEW YORK PRE33. PAiril fVlTIUM'T MORHM. Vm tV tVf Mm.. The faith of cur loyal millions in the nHimnfa triumph nf tho Vnii n otr In Confclor4to enc Bilea bordtrs on ihc itthlline. It tolerates no donU; It admits of no hisitiitioii. "Wbat! a Ur pMbllc of (bitty millions, riib, IntolliReiit, ener getic and Jnttrpi J, to be vnininlsliid by tlino hundred lufusiiml xliivrliolilcni and this in the middle of the nir.fti'Cnth centnry ? As well miijht B pop ptin dismount niid silenro a H indi Iialil frrrn or ranott ! No. tbc contest chq have Imi one rrmtltt No terms no truce no parlor down with the a cursed IteMl.on!" It in cij tiue Ibai the dispuri v of Ibi; forces fl'ted apaln-t each other Is very pest ; thoupb. a defensive po-ition and Bttitndu go far to e.iuili -e till til. It Ihn It'ft.rlK rmilil roil, l.o o..av.t.l bi far y north of the slave line as...

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 August 1864

Ct'tning drfjtaplt TriSDAT, Al-'OCST 3, 1M4. . . EXTRACTS rBOM EIBEL PAPEK3. - 1 1 i ! h Latter fr-en Atltantav tMMml ! eTreaai tit Army tr..1,.rwt rir f , Vi-nsu'-ei Lm tlnvomrnl-TIi stte-tr of The ttlfgrn-m from Atlanta allows Wi , lumy Iim mrain bn repaired in an eta-mr break onr lints, it i'p.'ar tbut sdrrmmi, In Imitation of Grant, commenced hcVif ' d'y. without giving noiicool' hie InSoeuoti, tout ex. jwln the liTf of women an-T rhihlrrn to danRtT. - ry r pt dotbe VntiH-wioiatoihe aaci f eWllinfd wnrlare, bei! Tor reeli nnn-eunoa'.int iHfd, ht least our j)rior ought to sutler The'affdro's Of Ofti-tntl TTooil to his troops la , pirit4-d and lo point yet sotnti will pflr.-olvo V ia H a slink rrrtrrii"" npon tlie policy of the iato " eomroander oM Army ef Tennessee. " . Tf!H ATIAUTA TELROIIAMK. Vea, (Aa JWc J li-ral ?h, July 27. ATiixr, July 25. The memy made an - arop Ift nlittt to bmk onr lltvs, l w.n .- fipo sed by Ciiernbarn art-war-inflict of (inn hour. Daring ih day qolut p...

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. — 3 August 1864

EVENING Hi J. TRICE TWO CENTS. KUIADEIJMIIA, W VA )NESI)AY, AUGUST 3, 1864. ritlCE TWO CENTS.',", THIRD EDITION. i FROM riiTEItSBUHG. JIIOIILY IMl'OUTAT. REMOVAL OF GEN. MEADE. SnJZRRL HOOKER HIS SUCCESSOR. that. I eiHlnl to The Evening; Telco-rniih. Washiinoton, Angust 3. It seems to be gene rally understood that Mnjor-General Hooker if ordered to commund the Army of the Pot unae, otne say to tako General Monde's position, re lieving that General. Army. It Is learned from authoritative sources that Saturday's right folly estahll-hed the fact that all f Lee'a army ia in front of Petersburg. Uftirrnl Emory. Brigadier-General Kmory la ordered (o retain Umporary command of tlio 10th Array Corps. Mewpir IUort. The New York llrruld of to-day lias the fol lowing from Washington : The reaction consentient n pontile antieii a'ioni of agrtatvictoiy at Pet-r-liurg, caused by the accounts Ant received of the sue, ess which at tended the commencement of the assault, h is erea'ed a feeling of te...

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. — 3 August 1864

TTIK DAILY EVENING TFJJjGRArn. miLADELrniA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1861. Grming telegraph A DAILT UTUNOOI KSWBrAPMU OFFICE No. 108 8. THIRD STREET. fl-V Tiro purr fa Oorr, r Twitr Oarra F Wavx. Mr M frrter, mailed I uirtra . CUT M Ai Iou ax. n. Axiriia Olta pou km Two Moarria, lnerleai la adrrae fer no idiiHIifiinH hufM it th enat A I")"! InuiaMt ae for uMmM kaMm T CVtrr. mxrtwiw. Itn Ma a utn ,iirf''n""niit'nn. "JTaatanar te lanaixlr tor '"Un-l -a4 fcr HwniM and uldroa. of ne writer ot nv-.rtlj f.,r HMmikn, bat aa a tareie 'h. V. m.rl dcrui.a I remra nweiM CouuauolcatlM,. . T ,.-. la ra. ajari- t rraat Inerea. la th Olrraiatli of Th FniMM Ti ",, compel'lna; na to lo prau, at an ? koar, anllr ntml that adarlmenta mar fca hxl'1 la a. kio J. n'olnrk, t it, to aucai a i a aaeTttaa la all af oar adlUoni WRDNE8DAT, AUGUST S. 1(W4. the heath or johx muu. We hve learned with glacere iiorrow that Jems Obtoo, tn of our ablest and most reapected citizens, died yestfrday at his rosl- cenoe Id Wa...

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. — 3 August 1864

Getting telegraph VF.DNF.KDAT, ACMUNT 3, 18C4. SPIRIT OF THE HEW YORK PRESS. leading Editorial from the New York Ppwn TliU Morning. THE COI.OKKD T Knot's, AT rr.TIHH III 1(41. From Ihe TWMiss, It li natural that tho Copperhead allies of Jcfjirson Daris should chcilsh an etmnunicil bottim to the hraro Union noldii-rn who aro fighting agiiinst the LcMHim. Ntvnral. alio, :hot, as tbry scarcely dure exhibit it In full, th Vliotildpiilillrlrer.prrsslt a i List tho only class lor tli one soldiers whom the puMIc permits to be w landercil at home, and the Omcrnment to bo wightercd when wonncd and prlsnm-m on tho Jtlofiekl. Natnral, therefore, tbat tbp repulse I Pnturday should le seizod upon as 0"C.aion r deerytng roloird so'il cr, nml for Imputing J them a defeat ulili h thef ami thilr while run.. wles alike shared In, but the, responsibility for iih a pruimuiy re-w on neuner. The facia are niainlv a stutnl vestpr.lar. Tim olond trootiH d d not ri.mn i a the first nsamilr- rig, bnt the sup...

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. — 3 August 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1801. i 3 i ' ii WEDNE8DAY, At'GUST 3, 1964. THE MATIOK'A PRATER. Th following hymn for FsAl Day w wrttten Vy yooDfr lly of the Twenty-sewn'' trJ MttriCKllst Cbunh (Rev. Mr. Scamim'sl, York :- Fattier, to Thy throne sVioendlti. Line the Nation' Prayer to 1 'le ; Willi th. Ir hert nnd voices b.cuding, f J O I O HA ! T V ICTO K I I Vf he iiitTrnd, 0 6;ir J'thcr, la the Kre muse, Mooxty : Now we come to Tnee tor m:cor God-OrahI-Victorv I Vsntnt ctislrs are In our hoiiK-lioltls, Vacant hearts eai'li duv w ice, fbi In arfruiiili often whisper OodOkaut Victory I Father. r"T let rsve traitors, In tin land of hruvp and tree, Rnle o'er those wliOHfl heart are saying Ood Oraut Victory! Thou to Thee, our prayer le rising Thus we humbly come to Thoc, Asking, Tbre In broken accents OouOhant Victory I lint If rhon would'st longer chasten, We'll submit our nil to flux!, Knowinir that In His go k1 pleasure, Ood triii ii rant tit V ii.t...

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 August 1864

HT rr T EYJENIWG- H A TRICE TWO CENTS. rillLADELniTA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1SG4. PRICE TOO CENTS. ;', r FIFTH EDITION! ENERAL M'COOK'S DEFEAT. DETAILS OF THE DISASTER WHISKY'S WOFUL WORK. DUB LOS8 TWO THOUSAND. INTERESTING DETAILS OF THE AFFAIR Ite. Xlt i)., 13to., XUo., 13tc. 2aiivii.l;, Augnst 4. General Stoneman cnt force of cuvalry, consisting of Long'i and grange's Krgndes, 3200 strong, on the 2tith It., undeTComtnun-l of General F.dwurd Mi'Cook, n destroy the Macon and Western Railroad. They bad destroyed 18 mile of the road, and darted to rapture h train of 600 wagons, going torn Atlanta to Macon or Columbus. McCook -npturcd this train near Newman's, with. OOOnu-n, ncludiig 27 ollicers; and wagons laden with aluable stores, including liquors, and the private apers of General Hood and others. After (osaessing themselves of what they vented the wagons wcro burned, and McCook started to rctnrn with the prisoners and 3000 an leg, but was overtaken by a Kobe! force under fiencral Han...

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 August 1864

J L au HIE DAILY KVKNINO TEI.EGIUHT. rHILADEU'IIIA, FRIDAY, ACGUST 5, 1601. Orating Sjltppli A DAI1.T UmHOOI sTEWSrArUL OFFICE No. 108 sTtHIRD STREET . Frit Two ajarr rmi Ootev. a Twnni 0ra Pre Wiasayaneslo'ke Cn(,H mailed heorera aaateftneCny et rxrKu.iaarsa Arl "" Dou-ab Mfl Bloimse, Invariably la a4veee ths Pnod AA tlaaraeate inserted at the enel rates. A liberal tllUtMl made lot sateened Bvaerllene. T Owa. P a "" . be laseej of Aoauvmoua Communications. rt!Ti!r tSrZ'IH "t be anlh.n-t ated t)v IkaiMM eaal alree writer stos neoe.aartsy lor BnliUmlion "l aa ewereniee r Me "d faith. We aamaet antfMUk at retr reotod Cotnmanloailoa.. !" ' Te A4niilir. twfaw aTeavt tncreaaa tn the Ctrrwt.tlon. of TitK jreie Tvj.ihai'M, oiimpelilng oe in en lo pres. at an earlr bnmr, we aivently rninet thai advertisements mar b aaartevt In a. aoon aa 10 fl'dm l, II Boeslnie, lo secure aheee aa InsertmB In all of our editions FRIDAY, AVOUST C, IM. PftOCUIflRTION BY GOV. CURTIS. '80,000 MILITIA CALLED OUT...

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 August 1864

v. - i'J . at. avrad. TOE DAILY OTKtyg TELKGRAriT PUlJiADKLritVAt FRIDAY, AUGUST 5, 1861. ii I '4 Getting Stfltgrapl FttlDAT. AUOUST 6, 186. SPIRIT OF THE HEW YORK PRESS. leading KdltorinU from the New York Tapers ThU MorMng. PKTKRMni R- Al NFJI AKD RK4ri.TM. The (p-nnrnl bcllrf, whlrh hMrxistci from tho flnrt. that the failure at rctrahtirg wm due prl In aril T to blunders. the coacurrcnt U'StJmonr of conr;onJent. Re- iocuuii to cniir:.p, we have withheld rcnuro till It accmt essentia' to tlclar no longer. Wc have to say, therefore : 1. Oenerl OmiiI's plan w. woll matured . rcaHbin, and outit ( have mircecde.1. Uad It nA'C. lv",r,rR onld have f.rllun. 2. Detail! of its execution were left to Qjncral Bleade, who in the executive oilli or of the Army or the Potitrnno. He In reponill)le for the rholce M tniops r-oiuposirnr the asruullin? column, and for all inch arrangements an did not fall specially Within the province of a curt commander. 2. General llnrmi, I. .' '.,.,. k. Bated to ...

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 August 1864

1 L ST - 4 --, ay V I J - I THIT'IR r ' rum TO MB." i-intrs wife lit at the door, . A il. asant eiht o ", . And tilith-jsome were tli wee, wee DAirn' That pUjcd around her knoo. Worn, ton.lni neath tier heavy creel, A pnor fishwife came by, . And, tornlne; from tha tollon rosa, Uuto ui door drew nfgb. Ftie Inld her bnrdr-n on the trreen, b Sold them o erand a er. Bat lrbly laofhed the v onna; (ruldwlfe, We're no site scarrei o cheur; Tab" P Joar CT' r, K"1' fnar wy" I'll bujr oae rlsh aae dvar." JenJinfr beneath her toad again, - A weary light to are j JHrht sorely slurred the poor fishwife, "They're deur tlth to me! Our boat was oot a fcarfa" night, And, when the storm flew o'er, X husband and my three brave sons Lay corpse on the abort. Tm hern a wife for thirty years, A childless wiuow itireo; I rnann bay them low to Mil agiu'n They're dear Sub to me I" Tb farmer wife turned to the door What waa't upon bar cheek t "What mi there rising in her breast, Taai tben abe scarce could ap...

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 August 1864

v: 1 H HUCE T1IHEE CENTS. nilLADELri 1 1 A, SAI UKDAY, AUGUST ISM. PKICE THREE CENTS. TiHF PTHT X jLLJLlo 11 i d j i IIIRD EDITION. EBEL INVASION. ur Special Dcspatchos from Williamsport, Al toona, Bedford, and Harrisburg. ?EN. KELLEY WHIPS THE REBELS AT NEW CREEK. NEMY B0E3 NOT ADVANCE. IE FARMERS ORGANIZING IMPORTS FROM SCOUTS ON THE STATE LINE. lev, Etc., E(., T.U., F.ts?., Els?., Klc. esrlal to Tb Evening- Telegraph. Urriohcho, August 6. The following dos tt were read at the State Executive Depart at at midnight nltnth from the ItoHrr. Vii.MAiisroRT, 10 P. M I was at the State ie again, and have just returned. Ubel picket are stationed two and a half e from Hagerstown, on the Williamsport d, and 'half a mile down on tho Grecncastle d. I beard drums beating in the direction of lliamsport, and taw two red rocket go npeast the State line. Being beyond our picket lines. ' en retired. Kprtt from Altoona. iroowA, Angus! .Scouts report to Bedford Inland Telegraph line, that Kellcy defe...

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 August 1864

Jim. .is. THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPIT. PIIITiADELriIIAr SATURDAY, AUGUST C, 18G1. i1 A A T ATTAANOOM )TEW8rAlB. crncENo.io3 sTthird street. m TrWaei fai a Tn Oner, ef Brow-rasa Omm rxe Vui,rMIM CaeTSar.aesl stalled t hM"1" HtanMCWM lteIoeABa PUB ASSUKI On aim rim Crm fB Two MolTe,veriebtyln advanos Vsassp- a""-- .... . , i biurted at rne Bsoal raws. - iRXWMMHMIllWHIMMXM'' . SJse iMW ntfi taken of Anri . ftmmmlfdhnt hkn ii knjtl A In " eutheinl.-eled .VT.7J. n.7S- wer-Bot n-,..r.l, l. ,?. Ntara -"" OoaioUo. i J V Atyrtlwr, SHrtar e I"" ' the Cti itetlon of Tn rB1tlKA ,.,oasrn. ernnt,lllng us to go to pre, at ao r, ,n aatlfreqnees thM advertisements may ... In a" 10 orl k, II possible, to suture sp bisarttoa Hi all at oar eUlllons. BATTjnDAT, AUGUST , MM. OCR tirMTl ATI NKKVICK. AH-Migh Uie diplomacy of the United Statet baa, t Satan famtancee, been- narked by the (urailt ot a MgndoiM policy, It has tn others preec'nted, tin aspect of stupidity not at all CredlUWe to the country. Alt...

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 August 1864

if jTHE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH". PHILADELPHIA, SATUItD AY, AUGUST G, 18GL 5ung Sclcgtapli SATURDAY. AUGUST 6, 154. SPIRIT OF THE HEW YOEI PEES3. Leading; KdllorlnU from the New! York Tapers This. Morning. :Mii.irRr NKve'M. Vesa 0 Trihun. Thrf are despatches, as there have been more timet within three week past than we can re member, annonni lriR u new invasltm of rcnnsijrt vania. General Cotirh bis Issued an order, and Governor Curtln a prxclumntioii. adapted to tho met-trr-Dcy. Rebel force. etatM all the way from 3000 to .W.OOO, are over the rotoinac, and have occupied Hniiorstown, and there ii hurry -lnitto iind fro along the bonier. We wait for further report. From ficorRia we h.iTo news of a illimter to a portion of (d m' ml Sh' rman'a ctVitlrj, which had Lft-n sent to do-troy the Mttcon K tllroai. They succeeded In their nilMon, and imtwqtiontljr eixed a larne waxon train ; but were Intorceptatl by a strong; Kcln l frirce, surriiiirtded, attacked, and In pi-rat purt captured. ...

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