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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 13 August 1864

AFM H A rmcE three cents. THE OVATION : A?-, .. 1PS?fe ISlI a sa i?l f fiWMA;':-i wm'::3&: WW1' r-.fiKi I 8 k a Pj fewM'i m rait; sct ". h m m I f j'? -r1 1 ; 7 , :m;4m0 1 I ill & t i'r k r,- !': t l! '! ' ,. ( fjmliM-. l-J - 1M M ciH, , Li I i j j-: -Ji .in w .i -i 'fer it IJrJ nf I j v . . I 1 ' I I'll -Ua-mWL-- I, A- !"T::::!:;::::!!!:::::::,,r:,:::;:::r y-'- 7 - , I ; : iWitWit rill Mi liiipFSMai i iiS- felkl HVWI fern feMi 1: -j -f 7 V -V, RLTURN OF BAXTER'S FIRE ZOUAVES. Their llecrptiou by tlie Tiremcn. HiLi:rrii display. A Gala Day in Philadelphia. Yesterday wkH a Kila luy iu tliwi'ltv. Tlie lonif- locked or auu oipcclcd day tor ttiu BaxU r'e Firo l Zoaavea to arrive baa bci u colibratvil w the vrcdit of fhlltde phla aud lier Urvumn. tor dayt pant tlu cry I tai been, "When will the Zoo arrive?" The Chief I (the Flro Department kept the people apprlu'd, j through the medium of the public prewt, when ; tbrv i"Uid ruavli this oily. , They leit ihe city on the 10th of Se...

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. — 13 August 1864

J-TOJDAILYJ SATURDAY, AUGUST 13. 1861. CfTlCE No. 108 sTthird street. PrtM Vaaaa Cirrs ra Oorr, of Euktiik OaHTf P fm, avyaMs talk Cairtsf, and. laallad Is " aaattflbf rMNinDoLLABt rM! 0" A""-" ire rirrr Cnn ma Two HTM u TTO0 fr ate trie ordered, e , . t.. UwttMiM rnserted J the rf. uuwal Brtsagtaiaat h fcr utio ussertJaa. Te trreseftsl"lsj. HtnlMMikinln ofAeoayiaoes. Oommliitlwi. karVltsa7l r !. " aolhwiilral ed tZ iwIZJe T.i Mktreee o( W writer not B.--eearll lor Smmtl aadartaks be relaiarolecto OoauBuuicaUsas. T Af virtlaerl. a,ria9 Ik imt inorea.e la the Oirnilslloa ofTnt fVliNIM. TBLKK4PII.COinpUUlgUI 10 fS If prO.l ft ll -tri fear, w aritenuy roaoai iniit anverxi.anirnTS a taM la sxa as 10 o'oh k, ir possible, to ic M.ara teeea M aseeruoei mum oar ooiuoaa. SATURDAT. ATGU8T 11, 154. ovr Ncnoou. The doors of our schools will toon be re opened for the admission of scholars, and the youth of botb'sexes may then be seen, with as many book as they can well carry, going or returning ...

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. — 13 August 1864

sau TOE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. rJIlLAPELPIIIA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 13, 18GL "J Stoning Stlfjtapft PATVR DAT, AUGUST IT, SPIRIT Of THE HTW YORK PRESS. Lending Editorials frcmlthc Kew York Pupm This Morning. Tin: w.tnr axi iayi4 mimidmo. sfrssn l Tim el. Vo ri'l j" in Br.fitlu-t column very cm cllc ut article fri in llie Xutional Anti-Main , S'andar ', upon the dim scrs to Mch tlio chum: oftl.e c un ity find of freedom is rxpotctl, I'mm the cvtr wcening Inirnticucc of Itn ovir-7falriir fr'cril?. The sitldc has fpeeinl reference to tlio mniiifcsto recently issued ly Messrs. Made and li;vlf. which Is certainly th most extraordinary poKli- ral pacr or tlie day. It Is liy far Mir moat effective roip(rlunil cam tiliin document thu far issued, and we are not in tlio leaft surprised to lindtrmt it is to bo lsi:od in thnt form, and widely circulated ly tint rartv, for tbc pnrpo.c of aiding in the defeat oi lWi itt nt Lincoln. It Mima ditlicult to believe that tbc authors of this paper could ha...

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. — 13 August 1864

THE DAILY KVKN1NG TFXKGftAril. PHILADELPHIA, SATUKDAY, AUGUST K, 18(11. LATE AND INTERESTING SOUTHERN NEWS. THE BOMBARDMENT OF MOBILE. FEDERAL WOUNDED SENT TO PEN8ACOLA. FORT MORGAN HOLDS OUT A "MONITOB AND A GUNBOAT XOST." SOME OF THE REBEL LOSSES. FFKERS EKIUNGED AT CHARLESTON'. BEBELS HEYES PLACED UNDER TIBE. "W nave received from a distinguished oiiieci Of the Army ol'thc Potomac a copy of the Rich JBond Examiner of the Oth intt., from which wo take the following : Tlt War Mfwn. A despatch from Mobile, dated August 7, two -days later than our previous advices, states that the Situation ban not materially rhnnged since the enemy's victory over our iron-clads on last atriday. The JTavy Department received a telegram yesterday morning announcing th it the Morgan, the only gunboat of our IK ct which was' not cither sunk, hunched, or captured, had succeeded in gutting over the bur and 'reaching Mobile. Prtei-Mlinrar. The only thing of interest from Petersburg i the repuit that Grunt ...

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. — 15 August 1864

V NO- 1 hi H A A TRICE T11KEE CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 1804. PRICE TIMER CENTS...'.: Tim IE I I v - ' , --L' " J. J 1..L o! '.'.. V . J 'J f THIRD EDITION, FARRAGUT'S SQUADRON BATTLE OF MOBILE BAY. OFFICIAL WAR GAZETTE. DESPATCHES FROM FA RR A GUT. AFTIIENTIC AtXOCXT OF THE ACTION REBEL FLEET TOTALLY DISCOMFITED. THE LOSSES ON BOTII SIDES J2U Etc., Ito.. JJto., Kto. WAsniNOTOfi, August 15. The following official despatch ha been received at the Xavy Department: "Flagship 'llAKTronn,' M01111.1: Hat, August 5, 18tM. Sir: I have the honor to report to the Department that this morning I entered Mobile bay, pausing between Forts Morgan and Galne.t, and encountering the Bebcl ram Tennessee, and the Rebel guuboata Morgan, Sclma, and Gaines. "The attacking fleet was under way by C'W A. M., In the following order : "The Brooklyn, with the Octorara on tho port side ; the Hartford, with tho Metacome.t; tho Richmond with the Port Jloyal; the Lackateaiia with the Seminole; the Mo ...

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. — 15 August 1864

JL TOE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. rillLADELPIIIA. MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 18G4. I i i J e f t ( Crcninri Sclcrjtapli A DilLT tmiNOOI KF.WSPAFKB. cmcE No. IC8 sTthjrd street. FiIM Turn fssTS r Oorr, or Kinararir Ct P Waaa.sayaMsler Carrier, and waited te 8flksrtrs t th Orty M Mm Dmuu Put Arm i as txtui . Aaarrrr Caters atvMosrni.larrlklrladm i sfcf tha aaaartaA Wfarawsel reruaeaara Ineerled al ih unl laws. A Uhrl tTUftBMt ssad tmt extended tnasrtiees. 11 ' T lITfKMMWifc 11 MWmkkMl ,Aeareervrniminlratlnr f VkilmlikMtfn -a iatleaiillin'lraseil i ky ik mom end artme.. ef " wrar-.n nwaaa.rli) aahllr!.. Hil roerealee V r '"" w 1 1 Him-1- ip snara repeated Oeesinunloaiioas. t T Advws-tias.. I ' aiar so M .i..' inree bj th (Ironlatlo of Trrt BJa-eefaa Vstsoaara. aiieetllnwa I in t preas At a aauly hear. rFny reotseat that ariverlaenii-nt mn k kuM I a a sua ea I a'alnrk, (I possible, to siiur ta aa km ma IB all t oar edition MONDAY. AUQUST 15, 1C4. XHK LF.eiNI.ATI ftf. AN Is THE MILI rl I The Actio...

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. — 15 August 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TEIKGTtArn.Pnu.ADKLrinA, MONDAY, AUGUST 15, 1801. MONDAY. AUG CRT IS. 1864. Bmrr or the new yobk press. Leading KdltorlHln from the New York Papers This Morning. ADMIRAI, rARItAtJl T'M l(TOHIIfl I noilll.K nY. iVeea IA fml. 1 lie detail of tlie (t'orioua nowi from A'lmlrul FrrKut' fleet, v,lilcti we pulilieh tlili miirnlnit, fully sastain tlr iotiiliiaiir.i dni a from thete'e grapblc report at tu the importance of (be victory gained. It u early on the morning of the ,'itb instant that the fleet (.(it under w iv, and passed the forts t the entrance of Mobile b.iy. At first It win intended that operation) should coniinen.e on the 4th i lint the land forces trader Oencral 1 Granpi r were unprepared to co-operate ait tlnst the fortn, and all the demonstrations made on tbat day consisted In throwing some shells ut a Bebel craft lying aRainst Fort tiainea. It was found, as the attacking fleet neared Port Morgan, (en the riht at you enter the. hartmr), that, running, acro...

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. — 15 August 1864

THE IUILY EVENING TELEGI.AFIT. rniljADELriTIA, MONDAY, AUGUST-15, 1861. MWDAT, AVQTJ6T 14, lftM. now TfRT nonr 11 Wlio rfT knew inch weather, Three barninfr lajt together t tVlirn every moment 's hot utionna, I'nlf one's skin Is verv tooirli, To horn Ms rmdv to crip, And scarrcly jive ft chance to !iT. A up be turus bis lr lC Phu 'o Acne rtrykoiitu' In everr "pot or nook w turn, Tbe heat will '" oar bodies ?inrn , And hardly can wa rnove onr place, (k iora i sweat 0n "r f'Kn Will soon In mighty torrents flow, And keep Increasina; aa we go, I'niil, I feel compelled to say, M mU our rery telle away. At I wan walking down the afreet, A fat old man I chanced to meet, Ft) fling and blowing on he went, With e.e-ball red nd veetment rent, Who m eiiied to lay, with mote surprise, While upward gnzing Ui tbe skies, For neither speech nor voire were his, 'Mini ! Ante rtry hotit is!" 1 taw a maiden ; quick "lie Hunt; Aside her harp so gently strung; Instanter to her room she Hew, And loudly cal...

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. — 16 August 1864

THIS TTEI H TRICE THREE CENTS. rillLADKLPIITA, TUKSDAY. AUGUST HI, 18G4. PRICE TIIKKfi CENTS THIRD EDITION, HIGHLY IMPORTANT OFFICIAL WAR GAZETTE. DESPATCHES FROM GEN. fDF. GEN. GRANGER'S VICTORIES CAPTURE OF FORTS CAINES AND POWELL. Many Prisoners, Gang, &c, Taken. FORT MORGAN INVESTED. GEN. SHERIDAN'S OPERATIONS. Tho Rebels Are Driven Down tho Valley. NEWS FROM OTHER ARMIES. Etc, Etc., i:to., J2tc, j:to. Wahiiinoton, Auirust l(t, 10-:W A. M. Major-Oneral Dix, New York: The follow ing official report of thi surrender of Fort. Gaines, and the abandonment of Fort Powell, dated August Otli, at New Orleans, ban Wo. received from Major-Oenernl Canhy : "Fort Gaines, with od commissioned ofll.'ors, and 918 enlisted men, with its armament ol 20 guns intact, and proriciotw for twelve months, has surrendered unconditionally. "It was occupied by our force at 8 o'clock yesterday morning. Al'nrf 1 " II 1 . 1 .1 I . . .....!..., q i ul. j uvh nun uuuuuoiicii, n.-s geuiitsitjei escaping to Ce...

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. — 16 August 1864

2 Crming Sflcfitiipls A dailt inumoi uwifm. CFFICE No. 108 8. THIRD STREET. Fim Tn Pve Oorr, or Binrtrggsi r"TJ" Waatr. payakw tb Carries', and M I Bohe" MMIKPRi at Mm IMUiu Pe Assta i 0 Itn rirrt Caere, ro Two Mosrws,mTerlbly ta Bdvsnoa - - -i - m ABjAfl-j aJgDSj fWM WWOTk . tiwtMMIa snasrt4 at ta. a.oel MM. A literal sraofesMat neae lb .xSSDdrd Snort. T (KrwaH1" w, M1r oar b Mm f ' Oommnnktln. h Waver ia Ksi.ihI.sI for '"I""""1 ethen.. ei.d say ttn- b.m and address ef e wrlter-nrd nets... aril) for MtrilM. bat a a gverts" ?rM" ""d ''" jsjjemut euiaaruiks to re I ere nuwcMd CoutaunJcUas. Ta AdvrtlMfs. Mw a great hvreasa ta tha (Irralatlon of Tin aveais. Tai.aoBseii, cnsnnelllrui ne to go ta press at an terf, h'&ar. w araentlr nonest that idvanuimrnli mat Im aaaHI to anon a 19 ri'etnrh. It aogtthle, tu Itcui ; gasai aa hssqi imm m au w ni tsmiona. TUESDAY, AUGUST 16, lSfi4. THK CniCAHO CONTENTION. There U evidently a great and growing Solicitude among the people as to the result...

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. — 16 August 1864

V TDK DAILY KV EKING TKIl'GAriT. PlTILADFXriYIA, TUESDAY, AtTfttTST 10, 186 t. 3 Tt'F.SDAT, Al'Ot'ST 1, 1861. SPIRIT OF THE HEW YORK PBES3. Leading Editorials from the Sew York Papers This Morning. FA II R A (J IT' A U TORI. om the Trif'uue. Admiral rarraurjt's i-loii(liil achitvemctit at MoMIc, topeltirr with the New f.'rliatis iiurm'iirs, clear up some points wlilili tlio Hebcl ek'spate-lies left doubtful. Not this war, nor any other, a (lord i a parallel to the atltn of the ;',ih or August, nor lias nny other ua al oniferaent done so much to unsc tie Hill further tlit .tic t ion for the last tlirec ycur at Issue, toinliing wooden and iron-clmls vessels of war. Farrnffllt's fieri confuted of fnnr mnnilnra en. I fourteen wooden vessels. The ri'lllurkatiift tillage of tlie action arr : I. He tnirriircil P ort Mnwui in l.rnail ilintiulif Ihetewim no cllurt to run ly under cour of The Admiral formed big Hue of bHitle at sun- rise, tour n onitom leading, wooden sliips rotilcel Clotlj- ...

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. — 16 August 1864

TllK DAILY EVENING TKIKGlUril,.-ElllLAMIi'HiA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 1C, 18G1. -A : A f TVBSWAY, AVGVST If), ISM. ROM THE SOUTH. Counterfeit Despatches of General Butler. LOWER BRANDON ESTATE. A Traitor Mourns Over Its Devastation. EICHMOKD "WHIG'S'1 OPINION OF THINGS IN GENERAL. BEDEL VIEW OP BTIEUMAN'S HAIDERS. Et'., UH- 2to., Kto. Kto. Twnal.'rOlt nrtnrhFi of ;rnril Bnl Irr-Wolii'hitmii'n Oiidti.i.a, front tho Richmond Enquirer. A gallant soldior of the Cont'ederato scrvi : fd 0. th. following document. .Ve havo ujc dcrmtd it nrcry to Inquire how lie came In possession of It. The details here given, how ever, of the military opera'.foin mi ler tha illrec lion of Beast BuilYr, will be ro.l wiia intercit farika'arly from the fuel th it it may !jc lo-k.'il Bron as betas as truthful a rec cl of Htlor' Hilary achievements in tlie nfiinh'Mirhiii'l of Veterunic aa any he lias berimf. ir -seen lit to ir'iiatco 10 the Yaukee Stcruury of W jr. llr ADUVART8HK, ON liOAHD l.KHYHIH Nri.Jlin. 28, 1M,...

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. — 17 August 1864

nric? tt tt? to a tptrt MYMNTNG rillCE TII11EE CENTS. Jril LADELMI A, WKDXKSDA V, AUGUST 17, 1SU4. MCE TilHEE UEXTS.. V 5 3X THIRD EDITION. IMPORTANT NEWS. RAID IN SHERMAN'S REAR. WHEELER ATTACK D ALTON. LARGE CAj?TUHES OF CATTLE. Gen. Stcadman Aftor tho Rebels GUERILLA EAID3 IN KENTUCKY. Lovisvil! i:, August i". Wheeler, wi'.h 17o men, demanded the snrrendcr of DUton, (Joor gia, on the evening of tlie tlth, of Colonel X. Bold, 2d Missouri, commanding th.it past with 800 men. A slight skirmish was going on when the last train left. f mall detachments frm Wheeler' force hud captured about 1700 Government cattle on ttiei way to Atlanta, and nearly all the otHcers In charge of them. Three men escaped after the train loft Halt in, and Ocncral Steadmun, tclo- graphically advised thereof, started with a larce force from Chattanooga. The latest heard from Walton wi Just at n!;;ht fill, cn the 14tb. ltatnor sys that the trains are ltavingKcsaea. This raid hail been antici pated by Sherman, ...

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. — 17 August 1864

4 la THE DAILY EVENING TELEGR A PIT. miJjADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1864. --.-Tr- a ailt irrnvoos vxwsrArat. CSTICE No. 108 sTthird street. ' We Timer. CevTs rn Copt, or EinwTsg Cswts Tit WaaayaMstao Carrier, otvd mailed to Subscribers ' Owl of the ( y M SmDouni Fs Amrrrw; On Dott.il ' t. Firry Ojsts sua Two MuKnis.laTartabtla advtnog lor Id peeted srsterod. '. AOirHniU inserted t Ik ainl Tf, A liberal , gsrraageasat eaade tut oxteoded SMerttens. T rrTyr. ' Fc. aaweo mi b taken of Anenymnos CommnncHn. Haterse- le le'.iwirs! (of Insertion mast be aathentli-aioil V lee naave and address wrttor ant neos,ai Ui t or ' JsrtllUlo.. but as ssierentee (or his good faith. Wl I aadertaoa ( mm raieotad CoiaatutuoaUonj. Ts Adowrtlsupt. wtar to rxMt hwrnw la tha Ch-rotatlon f Tnr. Frame Taic.a.sril,csimpolUngua to Ko to nni At an oesty boor, we arenUj renaeat INat advertlsemcnta rosy be beaded m as so., a a It o'clock, If possible, to secara WEDNESDAY, A.TJGTJ8T 17, m. TIIH V7AIV NEWH. The 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. — 17 August 1864

mJ ft i L aa-: I 1 ' ' ' ' ) 1 r r r JHE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. riTILADELriTIA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST IT, 18G. Owning Sftltgtaph VF.DNF.SDAT, Al'OUST 17, IV,. SPHUT OF THE NEW YOBI FRES3. Letfling KdltorlaU from the Vtn York rnpers This Morning. Tin: try ism timr iok tiii: im PAHIl. I rem tht Tiuu-t. Tlie brief llmo buforr the Prc-ii'ctit ai cicrti n will list, as never before, the MMiiiiu cf tlie I'nk'ti party. lll'htvrto it has fli'htfil alrtift ou tho war spirit of the pcopie without any ttf dangerous trial. In the l'C:nni' it of the war it li.adc ita Mart as a party cxprc-sly rl'iigcd d' luainttnanecof an tinbrt kx n nation tlity, at nliat ercr price of trrnxnre and bleed. I npr.cnlcil to CTCtr patriotic principle and instinct of the people, and almost ;wv fund an easy triumph. When beaten at nil, it wts mly by the deception of it adversarica in dealing into ita f amp and assuming ita own Union R.itclivvorils. There rerer hits been a time in w hit h the prr-itt mnjority of the peo...

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. — 17 August 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TEI.EGI.Arn. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1804. ' Wf; PNESPAY, AUOVST 17, m. TtintJ' Waltta! TliBiy Witlfc.! Joy fills the house) the bl,y 41ml Alone rmon heir feet With trtilvfrins l'p eho lifts her little hn.ls, ' , . Aiid wondcritigly JotU gaa Into lier moilicff fBce ; Tr-ns timidly slio start upon HtVs fltrM! rit f , Mow nianv hopes, how many foam, law ronny smiles how many tNir. Hang orr her d.ingerotis walk ti.ronph c miing venn. ! , Almighty (jod ! to To tlio chllJ I k,-.vcn : tmi.le home her we.iry steps at l"' ' luAVvn HINTS TO LADY AMATIXJR8. How lo 1"IT Sln. . II may safolv asserte'l thut tho mtHic ror formed by musical aiualctiri all rds more pl.ti'iire to tbo performer themse Vve. than to any hod y e', so. Added to this, not more than oiw out of c rry text persons to dp met with in soeii'ty really cares for or enjoy 1 mnsic. This is the rdnson why, wlicu ' lady U at the piano, most of her " llstenors" tulk mil chatier nml the others feci bora!. ...

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. — 18 August 1864

T1EJLI H H rillCE TI1KEE CENTS. PI 1 1 LA DEI JI 1 1 A , THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 18G4. PRICE TIIHEE CENTS. THE SIEGE Of ATLANTA. lflttr from Jcncrnl Knvrn Arvrrf I.aci or the Rebel a riiiy Why A (Inn tit fa) not Ji-iiinlt.ni linpeirtnc of Micr himi' nniitltn. Tho following interesting letter from Gciicr.il Harm, brave and intelligent otbeer, appears in the Cteiclnnd (Ohio) .W,-r. It m written to a friend, who furnished portions of it for publi Catien : "JinA.n Atianta, Oil., Atmt 2, 1;$. The caropiiiuu l running to it fourth month, with a- ariely a day but a luriM portion of tho roui oand is under tiro. My lm-es in klllc! uud wounded are already over a thousand, hut this is tw fair proportion of tho losci of oar army, as the fates have, as usual, put 1110 in warm plaeos. "Will tho j-eoplo keep up their pluck ami fi-ht the tbitip' out f It all dci-ends upon their ste-id favstnrss of putpose. If Richmond doca. not fall sooner, the army of tho Wet will finally make Its way lo the un-k X o...

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. — 18 August 1864

JL TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAril. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 18C4. fi i I i i; I , i " It! A BATXT ifTBiyOOl lTKWlPAra. OfTICE No. 103 3. THIRD STREET. TNtr Twam Cwwt fit Oorv, IionTiK Cunt Pa Wrai.fsajabailotk Carrie, aad tetaiud to gubortkr at UwXWy M HiKlItoLUM ! Aim;; 0s Dnu.il Am rim riTi ma Two Moirrsu.lavarlaMUi adrvw AdisrUaasaeat. IcmM at duel rsfao, A Tiber! hnaiwat mad fur extended lBrUM. Tj rrTwti W wtHo Mtl fee taken r AnnymM G""I?"IrjM.1n5 Vhst I. humidtxl fur leaerH-.a ' """"7m T Ik aar end eMre. of IN. rr-" ' ' ?' aaMloatim,. but ae e (I.BI.W VtlL,f.t.. W Cos aaeWtake M reruru rwl Ootaiuun.csu.u.. Te Mrlrtlwrt. wtttf ft iml hweaa M Ik Circulation of Tim FvaBina Ti'or"-"ll;hi n. ta o te press at an tar-- tear, sm anvently tasqueat that edvrtt.,emeiilo itikv feekaaavrit I If oeU)U, to eccar ua. a assert Mi all of oar edition. TltrRSDAT, AT7QU8T 1H, 18M. 0HALX UK CIIVK TP TUB C tT.SI It fActiot b denied, and should not, If It tonltl, to coBCJod, thftt the pwplo ...

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. — 18 August 1864

3. TIM RSDAT. AVGVST K, arc or the hew tobi press. Kdltorlali from the Sew rap'M This Morning. Torb Till Miurur m'hh, i Iht Times. ho nJditiunal reports rcen.sJ tr.m t!.' en river do not inatrrallv cliii(ie thenspc; :io rn.'-pgcnifiits ol Minilay n:nr iitfp isut- On Sunday niRht car fiTi os hclci all tlie ml that faxi I'oen gain J Umiiifr thcdiy, on Montliy nur lxcs what rrrtli.n of them t slated were advanced at one point to a 'ion within six miles (1 Lichmrnil. TIio . of SuihI it, however, wsj not achieved ont sniilfe-; Ilia 10th nnd tlie 2.1 Corps Bp lott iK-twocn tlicm encr live imndud in J and wjunilcl. no briirudu of the 2.1 lvi lmi of Hancock' is, ntnler (! ilemcl Mney, in its f.rlct iur nf tlie1 1 1 b" I s , attempted to chili'" through vine which wne lutorscted bv n stranm an I linost lnipa-.ihle swiimp. The ravine was nnin.lt. I l.y Hc'K'l itrtilleiv from the opptiiiir :hls, an I Colonel Macy wa- at last coniiic'lliid ucitcr ins nion iroru ine t nemy a tire as chi ould, nn...

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. — 18 August 1864

JL-LL 1 1 V ;1 tlrgtapli IHl'HSDAT, AUGUST IP, 1861. roLOM:ii jiiii Kx i itiiinou. His Interview With Jefferson Davis. rowf.KKATioNs audi r ri.Au;, The following- extract from in iiiiii le Ju tho S'--,-it,r nomler of the) Atlnntu'. Voifii, entitled nior Vi to L'tchinon.l," by . I. II. 1,111, He, ,-- id rooi. t or the emiuu Inurce. to the It..;! capi tJ recently tasen btr two loyal c(t:t n .. Mr. fin., om ac-companied I'o'onol ,Ia.qri-F., tU( , tailed icwoiit of tl rli Icniner. trs-nlnu'iit, ami what I'U " iialiear-i. Hie fiiliowuiir extt-icti from tlx rile1, will frailly pnMto ennn.lt.-, ami act it rwt some notions about Mr. IUvtf d -ire lor peace: How Their Wmt I Itl.-timnnrl. W went tlu-re in an aml.n mice, anil we w. nl t.v folher, too t nloiiol ami I li.ut got in won wwiiii. letrlinpa, to mr; that e got mil n duo alloM'llHT to bun; and a man more cool more l.raie, acll-rcharit and mom acn-ii n.teit tiuin flint ja.ct "Mli.'H pansou," it never waa my l.irluui lo tiicountir. At Hue...

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