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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 August 1864

TO H I PRICE JIIREE CEiNTTS. rillLADELrillA, mi DAY, AUGUST 111, ISM. PRICE THREE CEINV3. THIRD EDITION,! LATER mobile Attack IMFOKTANT FROM PETERSBURQ Preparations for the on Foit Morgan. REBELS ASSAULT THEY OUR WORKS. THE FOBT COMPLCTELf INVESTED. ARE REPEATEDLY REPULSED. wj: hold ouu own. REBELS FINALLY RETIRE. EKEXY'S LOSS REPORTED HEAVY. strfs-lal to The Evening- Tl-;rii.. Wasuinoton, August 19.-The tar says: Th mall steamer Charlotte VontlTbiU, from City Point, rcpurti thnt early yesterday m irnltig be Rebel la front ef the 9tb Corpi mode several desperate asnult upon our works, probthly ndt the Impression that oar movements op the James river bad obliged General Gra-jt to n.Vt- rlally weaken bin line in front ot Petersburg. Tb positions i( other corpi were also assnulte J, and for atvoral boart a fierce contest raged. The cr,onad;ng was terrific, intcrsper I w(b nmsketry on either aide. Tbo enemy, bow e': did not catt-h us napping, and thus were - y repulsed, leaving tbeir de...

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. — 19 August 1864

Tira DAP.Y EVENING TELEGRAjn, FPlLADELrniA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, lBCi. CFFICE No. 108 8. THIRD STREET. Hn tans ttwm Fan Oof. e BioicT farFa lTmwm "- OmtW. M aaalM l at e US OWy X Nina Douau Fa amnreti O" D"I-LA Are rtrr Cmm roa Two Moar.bwrtatrla Jr,K" aYsr Mm parsed snlorodL wi . MMtiwk avaacteo1 it Mm "' oaorai (rmtiMt aaaa aw mmm mm" Tw Bwno . laMna ofai'pwaa finwtaantnaeiniaa. W W MM IUl WrlteCaof noerll fur ,hMI1m ( a. a,twr, - w bi. - iiiji, V M,TuMirwV" wiara W4 CManwWni. Tw Aa1 vertlnr. wtat av sweat lwe la till CWmtallo of Taa ni4 tmtoMH, enoitKn at to an t ore,, at ,,It hw, w rntl IwiMat h( mnrtliMnli gr aaeonn at I Hor, If noiUole, to lecar Mum aa toeertle la kit of oar ooiUea. rarDAT, auotjst i, ism. THE "WA.Il IVITVVW. IeUjre4 ttarrHttcnes from General Ob ant fjbow that, while our operation on the north tank of the James rim have bern quit uc teaeftil Unas br, yet no decisive result has been ftttaloed. Nor do wo believe that we shall frltacM inch a result there except aft...

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. — 19 August 1864

c. TITE DAILY KV5N1NG TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, AUGUST 19, 180 i. miDAT. AUGUST 18S4. urarr of the itcw tors press. leading KdltorlHM from the New York Papm Thli Morn Inc. nT I A IIOOR4KU PK4 Kt IAS TVesaa. "An honorable cn." ijht-ctining a pet ptarasa Of tbe CopTh(l. It riftutm constantly la Ihoir putty organs, atirl Is flnilini n iilace In all their punjr plaforms. The Copi-crlii ad State Conrr-n-tl' D ft Maine, Jnst hi Id, tools palus to Inlay It in Ihree an.wimlTe r wlutkins. They resolved that ' the fitly Iiope of securing an honorable peace in by (xprlllnir the present corrupt, imbecile, and leroloilonanr Arttn r.lirMl..n ;" that "the Ad ministration l manift fiy incapable of negotiating n hon rable peace," and thut they " arc In farur of an honorable peace at tbe earliest practicable nomciit." It is hlph time to understand wh it tbl qualifying term ' houotnblti" mcam. The man WfHlltl lev arrttnnted an imhcrlla whri ehoultt talk of an bonornhlc peev-a with the hlirh WHj...

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. — 19 August 1864

J THE DAILY F.VEK1KG TELEGKAriT. riHLADELFIIIA, FTUDAY, AUGUST 19, 1861. FRIDAY, AVOV8T Iff, ! JBnirln ") A. f auir bt at. C. aII.tj. bfarta wfcon truth Ml prows) " ' I.tk thin art, told In eartb, " Triers, sbtiuld fcwrentb ba oT u . XlntbworWlUirwonii. lMle "Lay down and tl ""K-" . . 7 (. Mulligan's lat words. -lay m rlm. nd sar lbs h Jlng ero At from' fc'i harti-. "7 wooidi poured forth ti bksod-r-d lid. ...... For to a tent nd fearful shocX of battle i tnl alrlfA Tbe soldi' held bia conntry'i 6g far dearer ttian fal Hie! i' Aad re bti strrn and Iron men forsook, tbe chieftain's form. ' Urn tool rommand uprose again above the battle ' norm, And thru with raddencd hrart Ihey kft the patriot It aiter tlicre Tit fl ia: t iHved hia words stall U a nation a battlc-T.ro.ytt. Lay me down and sayf, tbe flag!" what bwsr t ,...la ah.ll ha '". levKrttvstl upon U atarry Bags and atandartls of Ue fine J . . Vha nobler wntb-worls ever fell from dying hero's lips r Tbry seem to place onr jioorfr...

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. — 20 August 1864

EYIEMIM(G EG MA TED H H HUCE TII11EE CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, SATUHDA V, AUGUST D, IS(4. PRICE THREE, CENTS.V EUROPEAN NEWS. 4 af the Dnnlxli tVnr tr Ion of "ollah 4 blrf I licrrliiit fi trout (Im New Colloii He Ida. Ike foreign mails by the Aii brim? thus 'o tho flh Instant. A leiPftraiihio summary of t'ci '. by this rrlvl has been pi)ll-li d. lbs KmiI or flic IIjkiiI-.Ii 1or-l!licl,tl It. Hnrist inn, Hit official (inztite uf Vienna, in its ed ii u" August 8, annOIIU 'CS the COOC'llS l Dftlj J lire- Inlnarits of pac in the folio-vine; tir.ni ; "The armistice is rf ifl. Tim 1) t-'ikm of lnciit)urn. hlc.iwirf, iiu.l llDiiti'in ti n ; lien uarescrsedly ceiled. I Im re lltic.tiou of fr inrio. agreed to ul the MniD titno hits been und r a .!ii In the German Inteicst. (icriiiany owes the re Ui ut loo ol one of the mot anient de.iriv of the lion to th union of Austria Hnl Prrt-iia the vl lories ol their ul lic-t armies. l'.uroc. h Indebted Ui them f r tic removal uf a i-mw ;' dungi-nou cumlu'...

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. — 20 August 1864

2 JL Gnting Selcgrapti a ah.t tmuiooi nvirtm. OFFICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. Fill I Turn Cam MOoft, ar BmsTeawOetrTs fn Warn, tsaraMe estate OerrVw, aad atM I aa6serere as of tlx OUT al Miss DoLLsaa rI Assnil On Ooll.aa fl . Firry Cam to Two Mont,tBvsriaelyla adrsaoe , trlMHrtH srterad. iilliiMB InaorteA at ths e.eel rsUl. A liberal 1i i laial 4a M amtaaHH laaarusas. We aHf eat. to tat m a Aeaayaveaa OontmevtlcstlenS. Rbetaerar to aw.M ar tenliB .t be aalhen h-sted lac mm . a Mltfnw. wrtli ant Bcea.arU for antxwii.fi. Sot ea anararitee tor hli .x1 f.lih. ' We Ataaaot aedetlass ss mara refected OoaueunicaUoaa. 1 T AdTerrtliser-aj. (HrWt. the rroat Increase hi the (Irralatloo of Tin Srraa.se ai.suer. eoenpelllrm ns to ro to pre.s at an averts el, sre a njeritly rMiieat that Idvrnhfflirnu wif seave.fl la a. in. u la -. Ir eossUiui, lo .Kara Mat a laaarUM la au af oar MtUoaa ' BATTTRPAY. AUGUST 20. IWi. TUB AVA.ll NKWH. The inoTempnt on the north bunk of the fftaiM rirsr Is attended wi...

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. — 20 August 1864

V ii i n THE DAILY KVENlNft TEIEGRAHf. VH1LADKL1MHA, SATURDAY, AtTGtTST 20, 18C1. 1J Grnuitg Sclcgtapli FATCRDAT. AUGUST 20, 1M. 8PIRIT OF THE HEW YORK PRE38. rAMiinTfJt nrtitnr the auo From fie Ttfrunf. We propose a fori- f rrvli w nf the rumos lint Will flrsi bt- tiroulit hcfira the ("liicno C jdvpo tion. Our review eli ill bo an ini.nriil one, If only for tie un-on that wo hnre no po-si'ile in terest Id mit of the c.milidii'i s nauirj. A De;n ocrnt mlpht be iiomiuatej whose elction mijrhl Dot Mi ni to in an atisuliiie calamity- ; hut this In to ImprobBl'l.-, ttinslil. tIiir the thnrae'er of tlio Convention, that we dismiss ibo possibility- as impossible. ( tl party bucks, ua uitomed to the grooves of arty mn lilnory, can never work tli"ir whirls i.nt of the ruts. It U absurd, rxra-t-tiiii; flfis from a tta"rn-tree; or a gDwl rtom.ln.it i'u, euili ii a loyal men could join in upiMrtln, frjni a collection of the old tim-slsv ry f mils evil pnstrfj the elil f rooncll of the D-niii-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. — 20 August 1864

-2 JL THE DAILY EVENING TELFGHArn.miLADELriTTA, SATUKDAY, AUGUST 20, 1861. turning tlcgrapli BATTMUT, At'flUBT 20, 18C4. . inr Mir or tub thai p. CALEB LWHTrOOT. Oil, tuf Home 1 ft room 7 on, very, Extending all over the town Fi.ull, rapacious, and Airy, Anrl jet it Is bimllr rny own i For the Mrds build their nosts all frout me, Aid rinlrr.'ls hp freely r)nnl Tk rich and the bnujrhty may flout me, ' Bn eraml'-r nno never was tourid. Th. n a fig fr the "ling" Or ibe "biM" or the rag Trim hangs like a rUg From my ale-ewe ; For j on , I'm a free Aa a chip on the se.it frbould it othrrwUe be 1 should grieve. IT. Oh. It" roof Is the archway of glory ; lie cnrtniDS, the lave of the dido; 1 1 pictures, the gurKeous old story 01 Kartb in the brightness of June. Its carpels were wove or the tinkers Ol deltliPAt raaideai the Honrs; Tbe breath of the dainxels suit lingnr All aiound me, enriching Uie (lowers. Then a l, c, Ac. in. When the "nnlktit ia leaving the meadow, And birdltnge are seeki...

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. — 22 August 1864

E TED H J4. PRICE THREE CENTS. rillLADELrillA, MONDAY, AUGUST -22, 1S(H. PRICE THRIVE CExVTS. 1 ltL J- O ) THIRD EDITION. LATEST FROM GRANT AND SHERIDAN. Fiurlitintf lit Mn i- Inlnii-t. GEN. AVEBILL'S MOVEMENTS. Alarm of the re o pic. NEW MOVEMENT NEAR PETERSBURG. WELDON RAILROAD IN OUR POSSESSION. l'o-sition of A.HiirM INov. DETAILS OF THE FIGHTIN3. lite. Etc Ktc, J3to., JKto. Kprclnl to The F.konlHeT Tdifrmti. WlSUlM TOV, AtlgtlSt 'J'.'. Tll-5 V "A-lcllg'oU Star has tho following: II lOEttsrowv, Ac?'tst 19, I M General Averill moved from Martins bnrj jcstcrday evening, leaving a company of cavalry In jios.sefs'on of the place, ami this m Til ing established bin headquarters at Sheplurds towu. Ilia fern go train passed through hero one hour ago, with forago fir his comm in J tit Mint placo, and It is reported here that he has boon ordered to Harper's Ferry. The Rebels are said to have made their appear ance to-day between Winchester and Martins bur,, but not iu any considerable for...

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. — 22 August 1864

ii. THE TiAlXT EVENING TELEGRAPII. -PniLAPELrnlA, MONTUY, AUGUST 22 18GL a MTttaurooit mfim. crncE No. 108 sTthird street. M sj ,. rim PaaOoffT. Biasrraait TiIrMf 10 the wrier. Baa" te a.ibeeir FSTTY ," ""- ' ' . -7.1.1 .rtJ at tha weal rstel. A UMnl Kl MM fcC , To) ftnwH" kmMittitn of Aaoajrtnoas OofiiroanleetlitiS Ft " , SrKofi naiu.1 be lathame-aled Te Adartlr. I,. M an treat. Ssoroasa la tha CtrraUtlon of Tiie T7.77. Tiii.i'rH,eiilMif as I o te press t ea aV ar antently twinest that advertnamante may kTbuvMi ki as eea W o olo. , II feasible, lu locai Sua kit tewrtl l & f WtfMUhHU. MOIsTJAT, AUGUST 22, 1964. We hare again to rge the people to be Ast IIokeht Prf.ridbnt. Mr. Lincoln Is active in raising Toluntcers. Obajct and portei M'd, oon turitay laat: "c s -Only glre Obatt and Siikiimaw more men, 8I.BM15 stud la need of reinforcement. f ;mbrowk , deftat ,a Noromrr Da One hundred thousand good men put Into the i wanU gbant to eucoerJ at all liarards, Held now can operate all...

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. — 22 August 1864

1 Gluing Stlcfltaph WON PAT. ACfiUST 3-', IV.l. PCS 8FDUT OF THE NEW YORK PRE3S. UaAtoR MltorlaU from the Kew fork fnpcre This Mornln. the AKnr or hie nutm t: mi l. run dm inio. trn Tin'. saps It Is two vvclt trvrliiy since fieti.'rn' Slu rlilm took trvmrttitiiil nf tlio Middle Militmj Itition, wlili'h tmlri'S, .i(lo tlio cpiirtnit nt of IVBsMrpfoti, C'Miiiniind of all (!.c separate srniksuf Wulls. i, C.mcb, and Ilnr.ur. teclitii cnlJy UUrT'HcI tho Middle, the 8us uicliiiun.i, Olid iu rn 'iixi:)in lit paitinonir. TUi '.inc. liurrciMfrnlMtrJ under one lnud cc r.sists n.niuly of tlicHli, sili, nnd lPt, Corps, mid tlio Kaniiwria arny.Tlii' liittur iinliitllrip, In stilts tl.t forces i.t Cu1: nnd Avon!!, tlio.c umloi Ktlly nt '..il atuuiiU Oanilx'rliin'l. Tlic d.i) tlal Slu-riuan BHsuiiicd t'lii.tiiainl of Ibis ft.riniiliilile army till- In: t of Mi-Caualaiid's raidirti had le.lt Maryland, leavlnp It to the now commander to orrf.-tnie his anuy on tlie ninth aiui-vfthc l'lilnma-, with no...

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. — 22 August 1864

THE JU1LY EVENING TEI.EGHAHI. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, AUGUST 22, 180 1. Qvarjinq Sfcltgwjjto IVSDAX, AVOUST 21, Tin: oi.n mi " TO WEB. . 1 A tl H iur Ker Knags h "'" An J above on ", T',m'' . ,l,a aunshlne and the rain, ' 4 ill in old, Saint Tcter abends With Ibc kcyl In bia two hsn.la. And all Is well 1 In the oM church tower Manga the bell, Too un hear i: grew b""' l'c , . An I 9 loud, and '"". inl At the parson . pM.ver U er tils happy lover there, While all ! , a th old chnrch tower Hangs the bell, pp and solemn. Murk '. ag.iln ! .A a ' what patwion-, an J what rii ! With ber blinds upon lier breast, 'Some poor sonl has gone to ref. y, here all is wo.i '. ID the old church tower llene the boll, A quaint friend that ae-trn to I now Ail oar joyi anJ all onr woe ; It is glad when we are wed, It 11 Fid when w are eh id, Aud all is we" ' TME ioio- roi- t:rniK4iiK. I jrarw Co it I la nonftht miel Koltl In EniclniKl. From on English magaine, LnnHvix Society, we extract tho following Intc...

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. — 23 August 1864

a-' Ti TO A TED H JJ.O TRICE TI1REE CENTS. rillLADELrill A, Tl KMUY, AUGUST an, 1801. PRICE THREE CENTS. 11 EVENING 1 111 jL h ,u aw a THIRD EDITION. FROM PETERSBURG. Attack on the Fifth Corps. REBELS ASSAULT OUR WORKS. THEY AEE DISASTROUSLY REPULSED. Enemy's Loss Over 2000. Etc., Kto nr-to.. i;io i.to. Sxcliil to Tim r.'iilnir Ilrapli. Washington, August 2-i.--He m.vl-boat is just in, bringing news from tho ttimair Army opto Monday at fl o'clock A. M. We It.rKl. up to that time, our fortified po-ition on the Wei Ion Railroad. Ou Sunday, A. 1'. Hill nude nn a-sati't on our left, hel l by Ihe .till and part of the !th Corps. The enemy attempted to carry tho worka by aaaanlt.and moved steadily up in three columns, put of them reaching our work-, but a terri ole tire from our batteries decided them to retrot, and few or none escaped to the woods from which they had come. Their dead and wounded were left ou the field in heaps, and we captured about 8)H prisoners, ,,some of whom report 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. — 23 August 1864

IWteamiSIeTaFaMIMa TDK DAILY EVENING TEI.EGItAFlI. rOTIiADF.LPniA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1801. Owning Sttanm OmCE No. 108 8. THIRD STREET. fTae Inn ctrrr Oner, or Eianricir Carta Tm Waal, eat eae Cantor, ana Mailed ta SuMortbert MItllwOH7"'""IOL,'ai FU Awmrai OaaDoiiAa rrrrr c.t rot Two atonnie.lovexleMyla advance kriMaieasrdeT. MnitiMmli tr.ee.rtM l Ola aeaal rut. A littoral ArrMwrauat made tor utaaaea laxjeTUose, Ha noMee Mit be taken ef Anonytaone CommanlealloiiS. th.v la laiwuM for le.cruwi nviat be anthem atad by Ui mum and aMre.a of Uh witter aot neces.atily for Bsts-eUJ.e.. bat a. a auarrditea for hl n.Kl faitll. We firiT naaenake a IMu r.ect4 CoouauulceOoat. To Alertt(aeTej. 9wtmt la Ibe troal tnprraM la the ClrrnLHon f Tnr. atvaaoae Ti ". conirMIni nt to an to pri At aa awlv hViar, wa uiaently renue.t that advertisement, mar ae aajeid In a. eooa ea 10 o'clock, li poeelblc.to avcaro aeeaa aa aevrawa ill mi at our tuuu-un. TUESDAY, AUGUST 2S, 1801. CKN. PIIIIJP It. NHERIDAMU AH...

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. — 23 August 1864

v 1LJ. I V' Gvnuug SUclcgraph Tl T.NllAY, Al l. U.St J!, ir.. 8PIEIT OF THE HEW YORK PRESS fMdlnx Editorial from the Row Turk Papers This Mornlnz. I djl PltlSO.M ItS 1 TIIK MM III (AI.I.RMNMII 1111 RIHI le IOI( KM ll txi.i:. frem ti t Timet. Ill- anxiety of tlie l;.;l.c. tin ,.c i m Im'.i'o oi' prisoura at this time tni.cs a inylRrly centra-diclcij- way ormanifi-lM r itsc-lf. At Chnrli'.-mn there is n tlirt-ntctii tl ri'cr.trevo to tho t-.n li,ii im or putting a lurpo. nunit'er of I men f ri"iiiTs unin Hit. su i.ii:n!,c 1 of on. oilner arc nr retained In (. Ii.irli -tun .all f,t tl.e iiiilosp i.f UakJlliis iKcl.n.igc hn cxpoM-d. prov ilc l the ltd -I t. rm of arc not a, cikil to. .'oiks, tho IScU-r ftencrai In ,cinn.nnl nt Inailoitm, Imp-, tncntiwHI?, U'vn noliicd liy Gem ml Fnatir, t .n-tnamllr. the I r ion lurrcs l.fforv tlio ciiy, that he will t lacc i lnnidti d Kcl.il i nkers (u an p . posed position on Morris Islai.sl i ho motniiit the tlmitt of puttiuR the (.'ioiilsta ur tier ...

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. — 23 August 1864

V il 1TV. DAILY EVENING TKI.ECILM'II.-I'IIII.ADELI'IIIA, TtESDAV, AtOl'l-ST 2:t, 18Ci. TXESDAT, At'OrST Itf, 19C-. ftr TV Ucnt-s Trft'T- NY .UCHARD COK. Tk'T i-c no' uvJ wn0 ll Writh folded huntls and pallid Una apart ; Th. n when-fore stand wo weeping by, AV.in chilled and pnlseless heart ) Vtnth la another llf, A (ar removed from care, nnl toll, anil Which, when the iioul with jrr.icc is rife, It 'o may enter in. in; Had we tint faith to see, , , ,. , Our ey would RUston with a keen delight, To find our loveJone oompany WUhan-jols pure anl br.gts. fik. v of little faith ! Lift P jonr weeiiinf; eyes to Govt's Cvn tbrcne, Jaad pray, n tn.a oc dying, 1'carn . Uj claim ye for his own. To walk with JowncAst eves. Not ever look bcyoud thia vale of v.si ; tVof n in the dnst the body Lea, "Where shall the spirit gj ? Then let tit itiT the tcara That course adown our fade,. ohtiAs il.c"Lile tul father strength for futnre ye-ire. Co tJod may on tie aaiile ! Br, long our Fathfr's voice Will ...

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. — 24 August 1864

EM All. H HtlCE T1UIEE CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, WKDNKSDA V, AUGUST 24, 1804. PRICE TIIllEB CENTS. 7 , THIRD EDITION FROM PETERSBURG. Jtflrt ol" tin IIVIm-Im. THEY ABANDON THE WELDON ROAD. - - - WORK OF DESTRUCTION. to Tbe Kvrnlnc Trlea-rnrha Washino'to!, August 24. lute.'.lig. nco from UtuS Army of the Potomac is at bnn.l this raorn Ireg, which allows that General Warren hm male ft reeonnoissanco recently towards Peter-bttrg, and has found that the enemy hid fallen back from his front to the work! near that city, thus abandoning all ctl'orts to retake the Wcldon Ril road. An expedition sont down tho r.wvl has succeeded in dcetroying the track and bri Igcs for thirty-seven miles. LATER FROM GRANT Retreat of thoEcbcls Confirmed wHAT THE REBELS HAVE LOST. Onlj Hlx ItiilioiiM lit rtkMiiiif . 1 1 r mtot urT vr tup mrr nn v ' ROAD AT ALL HAZARDS. fprlnl to The Evonlnir Te-lr-crnpli. Washington, Angust 24. On Monday mora inglt was discovered tliat the enemy, who the day before had attacked War...

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. — 24 August 1864

jLL THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PJIILADELPgIA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 186i. Qmm SJjcIeQrapTi CmCE NclOSsTTHIRD STREET. Me Tiram iirre r Oof T, Itii Outre Tm W.ex. rM lerfc. carrier, ajwl Mailed I. .tibeerih.re MKIUCtvMKinOnuu r.a Amrfre- ; One Dnu-t urn rim Ore mm Two If a(iTiit,tBTVUkljl dlvmo ftr . erle nlr4. MmtiMMililntwM l th ! rte. A tttoral trr fat tm44 tuwUMi. T tomtamVi Wn iule Ma ko UkMi Aeen." Cnmtmkntln. hatcrer la tal.mp Aw l.em. eia.t eollnmli eted the Mine and eddreii. el tee witter .ot nprei.atll s,r nhltaatwin, bat iiarnue Vie fa Mb. We uuet tuteitake M ntmm njtctt C.wauukaUeaj. wtaf In e treat Hiereaw la Ida Ch-prilMInn r Trta taa'iMi TFi.iiA,aomM-llln a. to no la prene at a eailf ewer, wa .raeritl rriinp.1 that adv.rtl.in.pnta may b. hanaI to at aa 1 a olfa, II oilul, lo aecar. tka aa laiwuu In all of oar adllioiu. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 1ST4. Tin Last Dbaft. The Proldint Iim m red some of W Mend that the proneut will b the last direct call for troop that will bi 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. — 24 August 1864

TIJE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21, 18GL I 3 Evening Sclcjraph WEDNESDAY, AUiUST ?4, 1RC4. spieit or tiie bew york pee:js. Leading EdliorlaU from the New Papm This Mornlnc. fork thi: mil atio. Veas fee TrV unt. , A pw.l l al of ani ty lias a it i-n ..oi:g Hit border, In M.irt l.md add l'crins) iranls. l-st the Rein l shnulil n4ln cross tl.c Vote mar up m anotlicr raid. It is iinturiil tviipl, that tltc people of tli.it scctluri "f conrtiy, tu v!c of ti.cir past c vpcrfi nrr, should ( nil rt itr a lively npurv lirnsion of a ri nonal of the dc astnl icn U likii tlicy liiivo so "ficn.mul souic'tin rs ttri tlli'sSlr len exposed, but lli'ynri. this time-, tvotrust, without foiimlH'lon. Snob fcnr.j, Lr t cr, mo iufociintii, ami the nioro rcroits thhl tlu toplo arc flying in cxpretatina of an itiiasioii.crp ite nn anxiety clwwlierc wliieb It.ts little etln r wnrrim'. Gtrurnl KhriMi'.n in ev'tr't i,tly Biting' with prut cuutlon and dellbenitinn, and bin morc ni...

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. — 24 August 1864

Til) DAILY KVF.K1NG Tl'I.KGl'Al'll l'llILADELPllIA, ,VKDXESI)AY, ACtSt'ST 21, 1804. (aytttinfl- eckttaiT;( m-minf-spay, Ai orsT si, IS ear a small Tillage )'M th), Wlt bevre) mai-v ' vr; w0rtl; Fat. dm k, , pUy whMf tl,ir ,,, 'TL -" rsl1 ,,lia'-oh and ."twine, .A , nnut m" brick auU pi.vlar, . ,w alob, for fo rtv yearr- riml f-tir, , itt g-Kxl fricud juine w. JorJ anl master ! "Welcome wa ri in hut an i b ill. To maids and matron'', peers ami i-ci-anti, B won the) syinpailr'-s ol All, By making pain anl mik ins: p-c ont ; Tbnujib ail the pari-.li was t strii'.;, He ktpt hi counsel anl bis cr-T-fsjo, Jin J ianrheil an I loved a iitiuH 1:'b, And shrank l'roni C li inccry't suits and raur- rlage. ' tionvd was bis cUret aud la'4 La 1 ; Warm were bin lmilil5 ale ati.l f-.-oinrl . Ilia Tuirtnera at tlie wliist-olti'd s viJ Ttiat he was faiiltl.-se, in bis liiUm's He tt to church but our -KrcU ; Yet Dr. Ponndwxt always P.ard l.iul i An npt'itlit man, who -t i . (.reeh, ' And liked to ae-: ...

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