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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 8 August 1864

r H rmcE tiiree cents. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, AUGUST 8. 1864. PRICE TIIRKK CENTS.' r European news. HJE "HIBKR5INM AT FATHEU POINT. Fathfb Foist, August 8. The iloini'f Hibernian, from Liverpool on the 28th and Lon donderry on the 2 tli of July, passed this point to-day. The ora Seotian, from Queboe, arrived oat ob the 27th, and the Xe.w York and City of Baltimore on the 28th. The V. 8. gunboat Satra mtnto tu at Quecnstown, short of ronl. It to reported that an armistice of nine months has been agreed upon at Vienna. The Howe of L.rds ha decided that Mi-. Yelverton haa foiled to prove the validity of her Ha Triage. roramrrrlnl Inls-llla-coe. Loitnow, July 2!). Consol', 89,(1 90 for money . The boliion in the Hank hits decreased 173,110 . American Kiock. Illinola Central, it 44A uer nut. discount: Krlo Hailroad. 4'2'4.'ls. The Cotton sales at Liverpool for tlie wwk were 33,600 bales, including, IO.ikH) to speculators and exporter. The market closed dull at J. decline. Breadstuff quiet...

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. — 8 August 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAril. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, AUGUST 8, 18G1 r i a bailt krtwMsoos KiwsrArra. CFFICE No. .081i7tH.RD STREET. 1 r-V twm Caen rl Oorr. r Inwti" '"rr,p" 'W. Carrier. n mail t akor t ef City at Him nou.iM Av I " f nrtrTTCmrrmTirolluiiTiw,lanrUMra',M A. .Vr tti perns arowr. MntMmm iwrM at IM e.ael rate. A llbaral I (rraiieae.l " eitd ieueruont. f .'sr! Tw rnrrftw.dVrtia, ' TTi aiorte ran ) "TWWMrt Onwiaemntcatlmi. . ktHi " moet be aath -n l we.l br Ike name ad.heaa of the writer not nercanrli) tor 1 Mbnrfttinft.. bet ft-urnee Bar hie rM tmlh. W ajtT ' mjatf trr M mufi rejeotd Cotnmunkatloaa. , i-. ' i i. 1 .'. . AitTOrthifra. f (HHmW " twMH I th C?tmlttsi of Tm Br.Miso Tl ai.ftArM. onmeelllng ne m w to pre.e ftt An ee.rty hor, we ais-eitBy renueel that dver..etni.nte may . Be tieaKled be e Anon as ly o'etnr-k. If poeelbio, to sneer Sbee tnaertfcsa im Ml of our k1iU.hu. , MONDAY. AUGUST 8, W. . THE WAIl NEWH. The advance of the Rebel acrosa the Toto toAo, And their t...

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. — 8 August 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELFXIRAPII.PlTILADKLPinA, MOaVIUV, AUGUST 8, 1804. " 'Owning SHrlcgtaph MONDAT. AUOCST 8, 18G4. jfIRIT OF TEE HEW YORK PBES3. leading Editorial from the New York Paper This Morning. A f'ONTRANT. fT.m (Ae TYm. A few day slnre, a Rebel trader, McOanslainI, M bainlng iin titvloftniit d village in Pennsyl vania, wMch bad never offered resistance, (urn log half naki d women and batcs out from their eamlt.fr. bousrs, dtstroylng churclua and hoapl tals, and violating, wiih his roliher erf w, all tin law of honor' lo warfare acknowleilgHl amoRif elvlliwd ntitioiii. Two week earlier, a Union General Rourati was In the heart of the Bebt-1 country, in Alabama; be fonnd in a cor lalTil'rp, rarnod Loscligpoka, a dejmt of ' stores arid a fnrtorjr. The, i wc re vr ry i.rtrperly burnt, tint the adja cent hou tea if the r((i7."in cie saved l.y ihe iirfotihl t icrilons of tin General and hi soliller the latter puttit.g their oo wet blankets on the roofs. In Talladega, a Confederate...

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. — 8 August 1864

f Caning jM;ttmih Mib i)An.Y vpkikg TM.l:ciurit MnUbiarniA, QXPAY,sT8Li:SGj:L MONDAY, XV WRE' A I AM DEI. Trifi TK 1 To deck rns TbV , . etttta (i row above i heart of thou they lot. init no prarlawd (her . w hen I ant dead. JJ vrofnl fcms rroa, lo friend, tw weuns , Trt where ITm rD Vet the iOfturrlniJ wirnitj Tr!vr, And doi make hillnif; iOtn, And ec roe to my sleep. Ijt no stone- above Mi litnry heatl. Jjij-iro stlfliim: tflrarrstrme thor.; , Jrsatlowera will spring np thick an'fair; The viokta love The early dead. j4JI Ma YWllounl. Tkxsm frikndm. Vfcea 1 wai tUH ti Doy, arid UKHh-'r'j pride, A Mfki hoy KpCfK up so kind, "If you do hkej, Vll treat yoo wifV A ride la this wbe-l-t'TOw here." fa I wan blind To vbat he had a workup, in his mind, And mounted for ft puwcDgcr Kni'lo; - And cornine; to m puddle pretty wide, .' He tlprsr-d main, grinning? bark hrhind. -go when a person cornea to ana pretty thick, ' -And shakos my hand, where 01104 he passed ni And tellirrne he would flo 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. — 9 August 1864

AFM H A A .. TRICE THREE CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1, 1S64. PRICE THREE CENTS, rrn HIE TO) rillRD EDITION, ROM HAIUUSIJUIUJ. UXTRA SESSION OF LEGISLATURE. GOVERNOR CURTIN S MESSAGE. j iltniiam ro, August 9. The following is jorrcnor i ornn s message, deiivore'l to-uuyi 1 lave called jou together In ailvan'O of your iijnurned el"jn, for the purpose of hiking some "lion for the defense of the date. I From the coromen -ement of the present Ko "Jllon, Pennsylvania has done her whole duty i the Government. Lying, as her southern onutie', do In the immediate vicinity of the order, and thus exposed to indden lnvaion, a slosh policy would have led her to retain A afflclcnt part of her military force for our efone. In to doing she wonM hnve failed In her duty o tfcc whole country. Not only would her men ave been withheld from the field of general ceratinns, but the loans and tax ition which 'ould hac become necessary, would hive, t j rge extent, diminished the ability o( her poopl...

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. — 9 August 1864

iL. TI1K DAILY EVENING TKLKG1.AFII. PIIILADELrillA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1861. A BAULT XEWBMTEB. OFFICE No. 108 sTtHIRD STREET. 1 Mr Tiwi OaTe Tut Corr. r Ki.htik Oa ' Wtant.earo.i4r tort Carrier, ad Uf "u6" ' Ml ten faar ai Km. Douiu hi An"""' J"" .., IMrrr Cerr. erw Two Mo.T.lriu,,,lv,"c f ftc jfcaMoe' (r4eee4 . MMttmm taefet al M a. f"4' Ubr11 eVtMnieaereVl aaaJe r eaeeaevil BJaertawa.. t rwr ' ' i-j-ki oAneoyinoo. rtnmmonlatltia m!r m u.T.ZlM li moat Imi eulhi-n ! ai.il ?f,S."'?Jj"""" "r-nni " rll, r '..eranea lil. x-l r.i.h. W. nimK'' I'" OommimleeUoaa. .. i. t AelTirlieer. ipti.rr ee imM bMmiM la the I'lrcul.tlon of Tin fpv.MMi tm-oimih. cmrelline ue to gn lo pro., at n .,iv .. w. nfvnllf r.iiet ihnt advert'-emmta m fiMvri In ee a., u It A'eJrKB., II p..eelMe, to eei are I II M fcwerUO nil of Milk.na TUESDAY, AUGUST f, lfW.4. TIII3 WAU IN BWHi ' Th prpcipHt retrt of General Early 'h torcoa up . the Shenndoh Yalley took every OM by urprlM, Mid we ere lit a los to S'sliin ftCMut f...

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. — 9 August 1864

3 Gaming tMefttapIt TLKSDAT, AVOUST 9, 1864. BPIRIT OF THE SEW YORK PEESS. Lwdtn XdltoiinU from the Jfew York roper This Morning. the f:x ii tiMii: or 'himo hh. We heartily rejoice over (ho release of tir fifty cffli at Charleston, ami are willing canard their rlflr compensating RcIk Is should go back in exchange. At the same time, wo re utterly unalue tr. perceive, on what principle, or In Tlrtne of what decision of our Government, the m hDb was (fleeted. Not mre curloui muddle bas been made dtiriiiRall the war than in Ihie exchange business. We are not fruit.; into the history of it space bring raltinlile but advert to the wcll-rcracm-bcicd facttlmt all negotiations with the ltebets oa the general mbject of exchange were finally broken off last winter, mainly In consequence of disagreement on too points; (l)a to the number t dnlv paroled and exchanged prisoners on either side, ami 'I) as to the recognition by the Ki ll authorities of negro soldiers as prisoners of w ar. It s urdei...

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. — 9 August 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TEEEGHAm. FniLADELPITIA, TTESDAY, AUGUST 9, 18C1. v Owning tltfltapli TVE8DAT, AVGVST 9, m. the imiiF. or ah Horn. ' FrnrafiaRnerfleettoIvlnsvar, l.lj moaee top, nil iwimp anil healber: There' little chanata or diflcre nee there In nanimcr or in winter weathur. At tlm Tn hear the lirpwlng't note I'lpe sadly o'er the rnoesos yellow, And troops of lazy plover float And hover o'er the sandy fall0- Tbonah man year b fled away, , " "Wltlj rlonJs end sunshine, joy or sadness, It mm) to ni but yesterday ... - I beard those, ound ol mirth nod gladne. Within the wall of yotirJnr cot J win two young brum that nanglit shall - sever: AAi I ala I I had forirot, Tbo two young board now ilcep forever! A simple watebnr' he, tint tall And straight, and bold and open-hearted: . fhe likfl a tender hrotlur-b. il, That linger when the summer's parted. So brlpht her presence seemed, tbiil li-tht And warmth around her footstep tiittc.li Ar, whore Vr she came, took IliKht, . , And every b...

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. — 10 August 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELECTAPffrTmiPELPniA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1801. Owning Stlcgrapli WEDNESDAY, AVOTJST 10, ISM. IPIEIT OF THE HEW YORK PRESS. 4Jlnj Kdttorln! from the New Tork Papers This Morning. nonii.K tiik nonm.R. Vow Uu Trllmne. Uicltcbcl official dt-snntth printcl ycstcrdny norning kcihi to leave no doulit Hint Admiral 'arregnt lint both passed the forts which constl. uttd thf main defense of Molillf, and defeated he Rebel licet tinder the tr.nu.r Hut lmnan. (It s nerefarjr to rxplaia for the benefit of the Iritish public that tUii Is not the cx-l'renidcnt of hat name. He never had a tnate for figlitins of itty kind.) There Is a tepoit alno, not ollleial. hat onr fnrres have hmded on tho west end of ! anphlne Island. Whither that be so or not, It In certain that a ' efficient force Mood ready to move in c -opora-icn with Farniffiit, an. I tbut bv the present e nt lie licit in the buy and of theannvon Its western bore, the city of JUnbile lias already lost iti troupes! proie...

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. — 10 August 1864

TIIK P-A1I.T EVliNlKG TELmUrn. niH..: Orating Sklccpiift WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 10, Vt. ok r a n n , wmirrsH t a Torvo rromtcrTTr:.. ARMTorTHB roroMAC. or TO At mltTnlpbl, on my lonely rat, T4 ben -.liatlnwa wrap the wrooil nd A i'in focnn n view to fli-i-ei Of one M borne that pray, for me. tj rot blow npnn her rlireV, Ht form In not a loner'a dream ; Bui on her fnce, fair and mei k, A host of holier bcaatlo gleam. For wftly ihlnc her ailvor hnlr, A pmient fmile i" on her fare1, And the mild lii"tron light of prayer Around her ahcd.it a moonlight grace Ebe prays for one tbat'a far awuy The eoliHrr In Ills holy Unlit And bem that heaven in merry m.iy I'rotcct Iter boy and blow the right. Till, thotiRu the lenRiien lie far between. This silent iiM-etnir of herhourt Steals o'or my soul with brcivtli serene And we no longer are spurt. So fruardinir thus my lonely Injnt, Hy shadowy wood and haunted lea, That vision seems my view to greet Of her at homo that prayi for me. I.OKIk HROI'IJH lord...

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. — 11 August 1864

TEYIENlTiTO TIE H A HtlCE TIIltEE CENTS. PIIILADELFI 1 1 A , TIIUKSDAY, AUGUST 11, ISO I. PRICE THREE CENTS. , TO-PAI'S WASHINGTON NEWS. Bpttlal DftpnU'hi'ft to kt chins TeiYcraph. Wakmiswton, Aagist 11. BAtlrr'N I ire Zotinvrn. Baxter's Firo ZouB'ci have just parsed tip Ftor,eenih street to partake of the "HMicrnia's" collation. They leave for Philadelphia to-day at Boon, and will nrrivo !i"ino to-:vioriow noon. Thry ara ceorted tU- morn.nx by a battali n of the Veteran Reserve ( orps, a band, and a dele gation ol oiil.oni from l'biiu K lptiia au 1 1 Ins ci'y. A nil v iT Itie I'moiu nr. There Is nothirg new from the Army of tlio rotomac this morning. Artillery and ptoln't filing Bill) continues. The pre-cut lull In active epTat,ons In that quarter will probably continue for several weeks y jt. Mr. NlHitton hm Not Roly:nl. Tho statement transmitted yesterday, to tlie effect that Pecritary Ktnnton hod resigned, was ni'de on what anpeared undoubted authority, but both the Piesidoat an...

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. — 11 August 1864

THE DAILY EVKN1NG TKLEGIiAl'IT rlULADKM'IHA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 1801. A aUIlT 4TTSKHOO VEWSPArKB. CFFICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. relet Twn 6km Pa Oorr, ar BtoetTaasi CatT PrJ Wiiii. payable to th Oarrtsr, Bad Biallsd ta RubaerOwt CTty X NlH IUU Ft AMNIOS 1 OKI D.L Atee Thtt Caarra rn Two Mourns, Invariably It advene Sje tea- parsed ardsred. . tWjmiMwum aieerted at U Banal rates, A literal at ft aaWnJed iastrtksaa. T rrrMHMIMt 1 W" navMr nan si taken of ifn' Cnmtnnnlcs.tli.nS SSIaatan as ItlimtKlkrlwrlj l ailist anthoft .-til he Use nam so address of th wrth-l not necraasrU) tor aatslirt,-iri, l as ft ea.erar.le Bar hta rootl fs'th. . tastawt aaavrtslt ta rttnra eeieol Ooaunuiilcallous. (Parte I t Inoraaae la the Circulation of Tu feaalso TKl.sc.aai-ei.Oiaweelllna ua to o la brass at an art haj. w anwntly request that advar't.omonls mav Be Bassde.1 (as n wa aa 10 a'fWk, If enealb.e, to secnr asses Miaaa imm na aai i ansr vamaons. THURSDAY. AUGUST 11, I86t. TUB AVAIl NEWK Thiit whi...

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. — 11 August 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELKGKAFIT. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 11, 18GL -4 -4 J S - I -il trrfy utli 1 Grrmngi SMcgrapIi THVHSDAT. Al OUST tl, 1SC4. SPIRIT OF THE DEW YORK PRESS. Leading Editorials from the New Tork Faihts This Worttlng. I!crnl lcpatclcs from Mobile, At!mi.-t S, announce tin- tracti ttinn of Yuri aud the "timrulor of Tort Gaines. Thr furtmT it a fort iiiminilng Ik'cIvd guns on Mttto Ttti ptiiuc it-land, commnndiiig (irant't l'ass; 1 1 o Lit ter a powerful cnwimtr'rt work opj'O'.ttc 1 ort Morpar, wliL about t.sty puns of nil cali!,re. I'owi II blown it nn rriilav lint, nwl tt.tirii'S aurrtriilircd on Mnndav. There rriiianrri only Kurt Mi.rpiti, with the rnpttiro of which A.ltnlntl Farm put will tame eomplete pov. -tion 'f the fntraneo to Mobile Hitv, mirl iiinr thenrelrtli opomri- Bt Ii iurc hiioii the ritr.' Tli' re is in.thlpR In thu upai-h to show why Fort (isines stirrvntlureil. but nmch (Msxiiilc rrlwiitt hnmillalnn rircumst me s, Sc. The tort is hi'I to liuve Iht...

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. — 11 August 1864

iWuf gvtmnfl geltgiagi'fl THURSDAY. At'rsx "TimI Ct1h) Al.iPg tli trodden, bloody . , A 1. 11? tl.-bills where .till the Mile "I "' r',n; ThNirh rime down with flsmliitT sp-mr nn I " CB do with starry Ig"ns msrcliinK in CBfloV!r7l touched tlifl rows of ninn?l.l A.nos'tL knoll, .nd t,y the little ri'ltly in, "With lovfn snitM, and. ulet.t, tmwed her huad. Uk fom Pl monraor, over o:bcr bruve oiks dy leg. Just on tht tnVes of tbi stormy fitfit, jii ilie soft ulght tamo luwit, group of ' dura knelt atroanJ comrade, Ijlng culm and wliiti, A stain of Hutting i)l'H)il DMu his buyoni'.t b. U ; C1n by blm, on tins trample 1 mm low-Kni'-i, Fixlilo h's nnir-Uei nn unoi'iied It'tt.ir lnv A mr'-iuga from the homo which no, aUm! Nust be furtrtcr dark bocanjo of this Mil any. "Head to me, Corporal," be wild at last 'Heart Die what Mary say 1 ; 1 sbs.il '"-V-liter so;" , Thm, while across bin (act a spasm passed. He sadiy moaned : "It only came to a iy, you k now j Jt s I came nrleM 'twas (flven to...

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. — 12 August 1864

HP TUT" i- Lil LJI HP IT? Ti .IT? (H TTP A: TOTO1""' : - . . '. ' L.7ZZj:z.i:..:,a r. .:-- H THICK TIIKEE CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, FIHDAY, AUGUST 12, ISM. PiticE TiiuKE' CE.VTS. CHAMDERSDURC. THE BURNED DISTBICr. WHO WILL REBUILD IT? TOE PEOPLE, AND HOW TIIEV AIT. ANOTHER REBEL INVASION fftri4t Currt'l" r,lrn'f cf T Crtrinl Ttl--irni-h. 11 tHRlHIi'. Rii, August tl. A wo Informed you by special telegram yes terday from C'liainhcrsburg, the members of (h State JgHntura, together with a number of Invlfc d gin st, including f.-vor il c lltors an 1 re porter fr.m your city, visited the town of Cbarubershnig, for tin; purpose of viewing t lie .rnina of the late Kebel Incendiarism. ftbe party loft in a special train at 8 o'clo.-k in tb.e niortiii g, and after a very short though in tensely hot rldo, reu-hed tliu town at half-pis lO o'clock. There the excursionists were received b.y icvnrul of the prominent eitifni of the, t' vn a ad, In injunction wi'b the roiiinilttee, by whom the Ifpihliiiur...

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. — 12 August 1864

KXjBlll THE DAILY EVENING TELECRAPII. PHILADELPHIA, FMDAY. AUGUST 12, 1861. Orating Erlcgrapli a m.t mfooir XY.wtfxriM. C1TICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. Pcsae fa PJaarre Paa Oorr, or Kwhtir Cam fn t. parous sstlts Carrier, end aealled l Aobserieers at at It Ctsy M Mim IVMXtu F Assca i Oai PouJ aao Hrrr Omwe t Two Momi.laarlaM7la aoVanat Mwawwn nwrted at tha steal raise, A loeral Afranjeeseat atada fcr aatetsses uuartaMM. - Tts rrraMMnl". ' - aaste naa . Mkea r htw" dr.lT.T'Irilll Slilenw at Usitutdid far laei. m t inc mm n atMer tk. ""J?' iM.m. kit u a (""'-jLi" : aaatot uaauii ia teiem icjsoied OoeeattiutcaUene. n.l,. c eks treat eaersase ta ttie f'trrwletUni of Thk teeaMvta Vr.rAris. rrlllia as ta to ta prets at an earns'' ws a.s.sly reoeast tkat advancements mar a. muxi seoe u ' 'eVve. II poeelbie, to tuvuro Sms, aa assartsssi to aU af aar edMlooa. . ' ; FsUDAT. aUOUBT H, 1804. fill ForiM or THK COC5ITRT. IDTHM AWRV4L (IROWrH H BHLATIOW TO Til K H A riOftAL DKBf. ' Tb growth of tb...

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. — 12 August 1864

TTIE DAILY EVKN1N71 TKLKGltArtT. P I1ITAI)KLrinAt FKIDAY, AUfttTST 12, 18Gt. Arming telegraph FRIDAY. AUOTJST 12, 1804. flPEHT Or THE HEW YORK PRESS. UAvg Kditortals from the New Tork Paptrt Thli Morning. Mr! I I I.I.A. from fe Triltmr. " VVi n'l jou bny h spit ntlid portrait of Gtnrral Giant r" ask i d a nio-t HiMlirnt pcjilltr, sit: .nioi.ths from KtiplHt.d, of a country ("run J al one of oor botcls a d days hlnie. "No, irj I ' do titd want R." "Ah ! then you will take this of tkrttral Mil'lillan " "No, no; I wouldn't hare (tint ao how ." "Ah, sir," nsumod the peddler, waxing i unfiilrntiitl, "I veil more of Medullar! Hew than I do cf Grant; Imt if I only hid Oetio rnl !., I ti'tifd i I ten timet as ra iny of him at 1 ran df MrC'ltllnn ami lo tbe sauio men." It we men to any to an avengo Dtmiocrat what we undml.titlly believe that two third ol tliosr- new noisily fur M.CIollan would lather vntc dinrtlj l,r I.ec, ho would prulnhlv resist, if n uncut tlio assertion j but no candid M...

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. — 12 August 1864

JL THE DAILY EVENING TKLEGKAril. rniLADELrilTA FRIDAY, AUGUST 12, 1801. : Crntiug Stlcrtaph VKjOAT, AUGUST 12, 1BC4. miXEST Or THE REBEL SEC8E- 5TAB.Y OF THE TREASURY. , intriw or traitor keh1 sot.k AMI ntvm. PHu the r.lc.lmtmd f' lUrr. Mr. MfmmlnpoT'i lttir of yiwlesntlon, nnd ftal o( tho I'rMiiilfnt rrtrnK W,M f'0nl low. In the mirtmcn of private life- to ' which Mr. Mcmmtaffar -nm, will, not fall to ' r,iv the hin.lMl fivM.-mw of public ,twin. Th Indtmtry, icnl, (mil fliMKtr whUh kvc rijar fcrKrlzcd hi dmiuitrsxn hvo not failed to , illnrtrsxt the pmtv of M ufoi "id will not fail to rp thflr reward. . IS, I;. 1H Excellency the Vri'itiilent : tin.- Voti lmv been awtire for mvcral month uit of my desire to withdraw from my trra- . k ut r(IVtl portion, ami of tBM rnatons which ". frutniavil me from to dlng. With on earnert pnrprwe h devote to the orlre of my rnnntry, dnrinp t!re porils Whlrh ournrmil her, wuntovor . fucnlttea I rriny peases, I hnU neverine-Ioai por- . iivl rbat tli ...

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