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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 August 1864

V v .1 l THE "71 A PRICE TIIREE CENTS.) PHILADELPHIA, AVKDNKSDAY, AUGUST 31, IS54. PRICE TUREE CENTS.,' T IE ILdlE (GIRL A "P ML Lite from the South. FIGHT AT REAMS' STATION. LICUT.-GEN. ANDERSON WOUNDED. Dopatch from G. neral R. E. Leo, LATEST FROM ATLANTA. Morgan Moving on Knoxville. EXCHANGE OF PUISONEUS. AFFAIRS AT CHARLESTON BsTTI.il AT RBAMS H. Frtm the Jiirhtwmi Henti.ittl, Atwmt 77. 1 he Wei, inn railroad nas a -Mi i lir ight the Y tDkccs unit I lie croakers to grief. 1 linn Ur, lintial A. 1'. Hill an-au ted tun m ill srim-, in r Hi -iimn' siaM ii. uiiu.it tvilvn nubs fr mi Pttt-rphuvg, and carried litem, curing t ao luiia ui d pit-uuers anil nine pieces of cannm. We an pleased to state mat our cttuitltte are rt prert ntcd iu uifl sliptiu, thougu we regivi r.i it m ibnt anions the wounded inti'iiMncd .re thd names of General Anilcrnon, of ttc,iri-ta and Cone cl Charlie Marshall, of Viiytm i, tne I .tier Iu 'hi' trill. IIi:aiui'Aiitki8 AiikY or Nhitiii:ri Vni oima, August 26,...

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. — 31 August 1864

it J ?AlrjT. VFlNriN'5. TELKOUAPIT. rillLADjSLPIIIA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 1861. JL V i (grating Sclcgwpli A DAILY 4TTUIIOOH XKWSrAPEB. OFFICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. fim mm )irr rvaOw-T, or Bimti(i0"T" Pan grm.pvMM Cinkr.ul miM i nsriDra M th Ot U Hint DoLLA rn AXWBt e rim Cuti eiis Two MorM.favarUasy ni drenos ', Aw the aes-vnd wdsrwd. Unmnwi assarted at U. H !, A liberal I MM lit KfoM vuertlom Pa noise ee IwaaSea a Aeaaynwvoa rvmmnnlestlnnt , Hit as rBfendea f l.ee'f-n meat be aolhenileated ; ftv fe aaass and edflree. of Ike wrlbnr- not nerea.arU) for swasreim. l as a roaraiMM tor hi. afA ruth. We g-mr- uetortak iwtwra roieetad ifeamunieatlo. J 4 l' AatvcrttM-r. f Bi great " Ih. circulation M Tim flTBBI.e TKLBOMAm, l-lllf.lllliK l. f, go pi.lll At Ml ', ArU kbur. we areetttlv ifHinwi that e.1. . ru-cnienu mr k hearted m to. mob as 10 n'c'n. . Il poaalbla. to hcik , Maeea aa taaartioa mo( mi edition ,' " WKDNtSDAT, AUGUST 31, 1804. Ths mii!Ri.i r KniitriiiH; , ' .The nominations ...

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. — 31 August 1864

WI.PM K.'Al, AViil ttT 31, ms. Ivii r nn; h'jw vokk phrss. Iim K.t;it.tijls Irum thn Yi'W Tor i' i 1. 1 1 .it.f '.n din ri,rrnnT ' I '' I";'CP flTI'l KlT l.'lrra'r, ' f i v it' i. tt A. iim ii ly i llnr. Al. niilpr l,n; ( inn 'l.c t;..n'i h'lnri) lit line in nlo ' ii -n inii;lit mi' in itnttliinir. it ! .Ii iiri In im ilBu rlj-iiiti. i nil i s i f n,.. (,r v iln-Lira- ii "M' m' nt .1', Ihl"i e n t ' ''li.if. hi iI 1 1 tt i c i ii u i,..ltr 1 t.i I T -; I r iH 1. 1 .' ' I r in. i . ii , I 1 ! n lie x t tivl iii 1 1 i 1 1 miit mi'-m'nir. tinni! r. H'.iiirinri. wlii h . I ". ' tlist. r fiiiiiiB in h. iiii-. lliemtrtv wll lli.-rn I UlllMI: till. 'IT ln- f , . 'li.. . U lUflK.Ml tl.u. " I'l- li '!. , mil. ,r .1, 1 1 in ! ih ar.tr f ir i at.ti i ..ii.'. i.l ti.' C iit'tiit'iii t ft tro Iio n inn-, ami afllrin Hint i f ..itr ynr' epnrl t ilic iMiiii.iiiii i,rm Im Ii i n ti 11 1 oyt'il fin r Hie i . im' o. h mi ( ii, v pit -in , ' ii linp ii, II. inil u i.c in he I tvl S twi, . Iii ii'U In ...

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. — 31 August 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TEE I G II .A TO riTlUDELrni A , WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31, 18C4. ) i . h -t li I WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 31. HH- PROrE,iNIO?(I. I.OVE BOW. Tlttl IAWYSB. Pp'npfr-r of the Kaxoit he"". At the Omlnfti .rp- M m " mill. Of lit- lifnrt v. n'vc Dal I'" J"10" Rtntf I irn.ii- hit urn- ' w " : Ynnr. that Imajrf (l-rn" Wb.n I try iofK '1 'I l'"r" Yoo.n.v Amy."1 I ';, fcv.n IB . fn.Kfry O.nira. Ah 'that brotrsa unonth a vellum Ab ' " "P" r' ri"i""" Xi-so fti'if''!' I hnvB ai-alid tbom jktu rim- ver witinis e.l i I wnnl.l stie tho niati hn von'tired la deny nu dr. sst'il w ih ti.stc, I wnulit lax lusts who Mnfl An ioevlim-nt" ul ) our waist. Boon the limit vacation 's roinftK, hoco tho wpHry inrirt will cutl; Ko ni'Te writs ami alll Invito, Ni. morr a. iiims lu in inii.l . I fh .11 takt (hi1 llrs' c invvyanso Train ai rUr I'. M. pxor.es J shall rotttit tot1 Miukhii niouients Yht j nilnu e, mom or Ursa. Hwi mr, Cutis n, at tho S ntt'in Willi me tii i din's duty lie1, Jt run tithe iiiy .tn...

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. — 1 September 1864

0 If TH E GRAPH, Hi PRICE TffltEE CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SKPTKMHKU 1, ISM. PRICE TIIUEB CENTS. if- rrnro tt A ILL rillllD EDITION lYPMY OF POTOMAC. itewdpiptT 'orr,Konclcnt4 J3EQULATION3 CONCERNING THEIR CONDUCT. AIUtlVAL OF RECRUITS. Kt.. lato.. lit).. Kto., 1-2 to. Washing-tost, September 1. A letter fmra the Army of tho Potomac, dated yesterday, savs tlie T-nle rcirnlring correspondents with the army to publish their full mums in signatures to ttiot idespstcbes, and which tins been noitlei'teil ry a number of theso gentlemen. In again in-uted upon, and those w ho mult iluing ao In future need not hope to remain here. It in ul ho required that they shall lo-u'e then elves with Hume particular carpi, dividon, o vtletachmctv, whoro they may he addressed or en Jfor at all times. This, however, will not of four-) pprevent them from moving about to attend to f"'-their bnsintss duties. Attention is callod to the fact that several error oornrrpri In a ilptnitcli i .toil Atitrii.....

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 September 1864

TITK DAILY EVENING TEI.EGRAril. rHILADELl'IIIA, THUKSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 18C4. rrnui( Sdcgrapn a kailt ArrumooK irr.wsPArwt OFFICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. rm trmmm r-a.Onrr, ee tinmntdnrnm sjruen.eeW Seine Carrier, and Billed to Hubserlbere . r ns tfc. m M Nr Rouan Pee Airi"'i Otm Di , n PirrT t'T Two Moktm. Invariably Hi dvno Jbr oersed Wff.re4. Mmwwuii i at IM witl rim A liberal ejrwn. ee emended nuerttoaa. T trtwilwil. He iwtW ran be lesea of Anonymous OiTnmnnatinnt ftntpntk Int.i i1. t tor HwrH n tnaat be anthenili at.d v th. a.sn an. aitlre.. of the writer onl ncres.irll for enMlrs'K-r.. ta enersme hr his i4 fmih. We " . - b U MMa ee MCIM IWnlBIIHWl Uh To Aslenrtlisrs. r So ereat bvreaea ta the CtrrnlarlAn ef Twe ftvivia Tei R4-RAI-H. rs.m i-elllng ns to iro to ore.s at an earlv boot, . or.enlly reoueet that artvcrtl.eim'nts m-.r bs handed hi as enen at 10 o'clnrh, It eoaetbi.. to secnr. tbeas a a Insertion la all of nur liu..ns THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER I, Wi. THE NOMINATION Or Mrs'l...

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 September 1864

TIIK DAILY EVENING TFLEGItAFn. FJTILADELPTITA, THURSDAY, 8KPTKMBK11 1, 1801. Eitmnt Sclcrjritjih Till RSIMT, HUTKMIIKR I, 1HU. Bmrr or the new tori press. Irfadlng KUlmrlals from tho Sew fnpen Thin Morning. Tor frem lAt JVfiMI. Till; toll TIOI OK Mrri.V.I.I. w. Tot TJtiiiir.tie nonilniitliin is mude. He wh i did iimif IbHii anj otlur Northern tn in 1 1 s tvo tlio Rrln-liinn Mom its rtii nii.-ft In In (frowtti, is fitly pnt furwartl to slilclcl It from the liirslilnn blow in Its lin'Ht.i-. I lie .'a lorin wlikh ilein mils tlint "Iintiiuli ! clloitu lie nimio fur a r-n-svi in of noti1itlf," fin-! its ap 'roprliite rin'HiJitni-rit In the (ii'iirial, w:ni, of nil others, did most to tliwurt tin? procrn-n of those hostilities. It iM'iiiff ttfinuil (wllllf, ly the mtj'irltT, t acliTi a mlli'aiy nuin as iho ratuiidn'n, in order to al'iitc. with the pcop e, the wliuus a-o 'iution ol a n aie i'jliiy, the leu-t war'Htt-of the iretii'mls win tin. ty "ii k i I nlnrli" to scrv this end. Tbouu.li...

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 September 1864

THVRSDAT, SEPTEMBER 1, IBM. for Tit 1'rnUnf Ttteyraph. VIVE I E MARIF.t T TUB SFV. D, YTASIIIU RW. Ar, erraTe them a wreath or perennial bloom, Hum poodllcst (lowers whence Freedom hath fruit Snrlnlnir, aa bf ftcotiK Umt Wt tip the gloom, WinaLejw, I)i'itiit, and lirave FakraoctI Let res onto ara fx ho hark their anlulo, And riRle-hotau mountains onr soa-klngi pro claim, Aglow with tliclr trliitniihs, and proud of their fame I let Booms, and Foul eb, with Dahlorkh, and Foutr, T holpbtn of if rrewn with Drcatmi ascend ! these iuk k with the dead we fear not to Mend, Left future of teira should tarnish a name : Vrj ! others may chisel their nioiiMi-rinit stoned, Well hall item alive as our Lawhbsou and JONRfl, Who Mill WTlk the deck, and the "Old Flag" eVMsd. I'Uknlflfui, Augvtl, Vk.. 1'AnTV PLATFOllM TtiK. VOHM OF THR f f.KVi;I.AN COS. VKNTION. ttio (ollowinf ria-claraliniia wore matin lir Ihn Con tention which nominator Kbksjont and C'ooiiham ti Cleveland, Mar 25. 1H: " Urst. i he n...

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 September 1864

r 7 I'M M H A J , LJ y ; ft ,i r , PRICE THREE CENTS. FIIIIADKLFIIU, Fill DAY, SMTEM1SKR 2, 1864. PRICE THREE CENTS. Ti n n n 'si 3E A 00 1 It del P. ace. rtli retf mi s eve larf lil.l SOI Hi lUl alien ubi" ant ilhT lujtraf a In ocleug, rin i. ai nil su ! 1 I. it hlc iur lo-'t .' or'"' la, . Latest Southern News BRANT'S NEW MOVEMENT. Lis excellent position. fCnpturo ofCUcMiernl Cutler. ATTEMPTED ESCAPE OF OOL WALKEB. Hcportcd Rebel Victory in the Shenandoah. lATT-tVCIC OPS 3IOIJUL.I3. General Kilpatrick's REPORTED RETREAT OF Raid. GEN. SHERMAN. AFFAIRS IN EAST TENNESSEE. 1 P. SWISS PTBATBOIO MOVEMENT VPON TUB T. BLHOB BAILHOAD T11E VMOMHTS HOLPINO TllKim POSITION. Trvm the Peteretwg Bipreii, Augutt 20. Tbe Southern Railroad haa become historteully famous. Already three or fuar Important battle hare been fought upon It, and the fame number of victories achieved by our arms for in every engagement we have been victorious although we have not yet succeeded iu dispossessing the V enemy ...

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 September 1864

J- 7 a BAIL! rrcaiivo HKWafAPKB. OFFJCJ No. 108 5. THIRD STREET twit Tarae f.T Pa Oott, or Kiohtmb mT Pa ITim. vrel Clrtr, aad mailed to aobaerlbor M a rnj mini Ivou. Pea Assrm i om ii.ui t m Prrfrf.'asfrs in TWO M.xiTBAtirvsrlaelya aalvawa llwlMHiU mrui at U nl rat, A liberal ' y T I'M r-nwlwi". j' 'Ho vrW eea ku)n f anonymous O'nnmiUiM f!w.r as iatendril for leertl -n mast be null,...!,!, Med . Oi um and address of I writer not necessarily for . pnblteaswr,. bat a ,r'" rH"1 llh- J caaoxM aaeerUUs i man rejeotsw CoturuiuiKwUou. ; ta Attfrttwrf. ' ftwUt SO X aW tneraas la lb CtrralaMovl f Tim 'feviirrif! Tsoaisi, omrutns u h go to press t an . ii,iw, w reuy rfil thai id'inlwnu nuy ' a km "n a I If possible, to se ana . aaswtan ilf ow ediuoa. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 2. lvt. . THE DEMIaX'R ATIC) MiTroRH. There ! only one political question that t now engrosses tho thought of the people, and " thai queatlon la when shall thla civil war be ; ended, and hou) shall It lo ended T Thla qiie.4 ' 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. — 2 September 1864

DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. HIILADKLPniA, FitlbAV, SKPT KMBKU 2, 18(51. 3 (Evnting clcrtaph . . FKIDAT, SKPTKMNtK 2 IKOi. B7EIIT OF THE HEW YORK PKE3S. IrfisdlniC Idliorlnl from the New York Pii(wm This Morning. Mrl l.Kl.l.tVA IKIKNDI. V i. fas Trifitmt. The ri'skirs who hclil our city in flcgc Muring three dnj'siif July, lHul ho l.iirnc.l tlio Col i:o,l Orphan Asylum tnrnli':; two or three hiialril helpless and lnorTensive ..liililren into tho si reel Who, In gnnga of me. to three iiini.lreil, li'intid Simple negro Ihits nml women through the sir ., maiming, rob -ir.fr, :id. Milium maiiv a ttiejr Could of ilurn r hot nil lor Me'" e ia i. Th -y psused in th- Ir rle ih-h w .rk, ami ten: nrouaJ to bis bouse to rheer for liim. That portion of the gang who roo'ilx d. sif -ketl, iuhI set on tire ths 3'iiOut.n Mice wcie coiisun'.ljr shouting lor jMi Cicllnti. 'Iheir rinplcailcr, v liilc ninong his conlidon tlnl i ri.lilis he pioe.lnitiieil liiinst it fur J. II. Dsvis, mid ImnaU'il that we at...

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 September 1864

ggJH JgVENING TELEORAPn. riTILAD ELFITIA, FRIDAY, SErTlBEIt 2,J8G1. I! Friday, PErriiMPER a, im. DRAMATIC CIOMNIP. ' i-Mr. Frank Drew, th ftvorlt rome-llar), j eommnw the season on Monday, accom--panitd by Mr. Jolin T. fonnellcy, stW courier ted business veoL Frank makes hU AW la Erritar(r, at Mr. Rome's theatre, on Monday ITsnlcg. Wi bid our friends in the West to keep itiarp lookout for Frank and treat him kindly, ha to "Iht cur" for many an ill Incnrablo by ny other medicine lint fun and Its philosophy. It glrci ot great pleasure to notice the progress fib German Theatre in this city j and we have been aunred that the opeuliig ot the winter seasoa will take plnce very toon. The German population of Philadelphia will be glad to hear fbatthe celebrated tragedienne, M'llo Vestvali land, whoM genuine success of laat season Is still n rajport, has graciously consented 10 be the manageress fur the ensuing season. The name of the theatre has been changed from the Stadt Theatre to Vestra...

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 September 1864

.;: (G-MAF1 H H A 1 A. '-"(.it : TI-vt I ... . rillLADKLlillA, SATl'KDAY, SKI'TKMHKIl 3, 1SG4. PRKJE TIIItEK CENTS. PRICE THllEE CENTS. TIE 7n t. iS lla, ' t law ; 1 XI HI I lid llr M. 'rk Uiv an ay 1 In.-. eet, I nd, ' I air, ' I lth keidi tor-, only XU. ' Wy JAll M jm ;iifi- ' the' Dlpal I rri-4.t- w..tM, KrW. oAnrr itimtu lllvt-A ttaraat 7S. , rat, MUilT latest Southern News RIfn?IN PATERS OF W'EDNESDlT, The Movement which Caused the Fall of Atlanta. SIGNIFICANT DESPATCH FROM GENERAL HOOD. Vigorous Shelling of Petersburg ANXIETY OF TUB REBELS TO HEAR FROM CHICAGO. VlireiilouM oi "V1im1". LETTER FROM CEN. LEE. lEWSrAPERS AGAIN DESPOXDEXT Doings of General A. J. Smith MORE FEARS FOR MOBILE. M'CLELLAN THE HOPEOF THE SOUTH. "We All Want to Hear the News from Chicago!" POLISH COMMISSION TO RECOGNIZE THE CONFEDERACY. Etxv, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Et., Elc. WAR NBVVS. Fft-tm ( Riehmond Examiner, 31 ui. Tho only war news received yestcrdny is con- ttalned lu the foil wing official despat...

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 September 1864

JL 2 a Naf imsirooM viwarArat, OmCE No. 108 8. THIRD STREET. ikmrnOon, sr rosrrB Omm f nmtiWi"inwiuiru Atu-rai On" Am rim Cm sua Two Munu,lnrartaMrlB mime its hirtil at she asms! rase. A hWal Va hoMm test ks Mtn iinnrinntwii"" Phases; s asi.nd asrhsserraia "est loUi.Btk imj frf the him and iMrM of the wrtter not necessarily for fnmmmumm, mmt mm m imiuim klf ra faith. We Casusof uwai as inraniMt4 Oosnasaitioauuat. T Alvmnrttmnrm, fwtr to SM sneraase li the Olrcolttton mt Thi ! tllMUM. eornpejllne; as so an ta ureal at an aertv '"'. w arsn.Jy rwiiiest the, advertisements mar Ia aMtWNf la as i " " o ''. II possible, tu aecarsi lastst aa aasertssa ki all of aar dlttoas. r SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1864. , , TIIK AVA.ll NBWH. Two weeks since we announced the fact-" then ' prediction that with one hundred thouMiiid men General G bant could put an end to th Kebcllloa. Since that time we Law hd our columns teeming with argu ment and entreaties to the people, urging them to awake from their apa...

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 September 1864

TITE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPIT. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER. .3, 18GL- Swiuttrj (telegraph 8ATCRDAT. SKl'TRMIIKR a, PHUT OF THE NEW YORE PSLS3. r)tC Rdttoiisls from the Sew fork Paiwra tlila Morning. ATI. ST .. m eV Tritom: Qriprl Pliormftti' ilnne entcrd AMm.u loot noon of yes:ird.iy u -h l the Kraut Intnl Kanre wbich tia .)! over tliowlria litat nltjlit, nd (Ms morning c'l'tiritiri tlic poop! of ilio ortli. Tho (oniiminatlon nf that imgnili ent tnravlpii'Wuicb the grniiu nd itiilnmitii'ile rr-ao-tlo of OtMcrnl Mnmmo hav conducted from tiatUi wK to the lii urt of Ooor;;!". la rvaclie I tit kl. Territorial !,rv of tlic Cunf.nloritcv, Atlintn rika in mi Itnrv Im itortnni'o itcyoinl i vci lltrli iiond, anil pitaeca Into our famnla'aa the aHiirani- 1 the fln.-il dlfim nibcriiK'nt of tU- Kolwllinn, nd i taopelra ImiUtlnti of in cmniionont State, i When Chiirnn(i-' fell the tirat centre tef the Teat railway ititercoiniiiiiiilratlorie which bold jo Rebellion, trpr tlirr in miliury co...

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 September 1864

FITILAD ELFIUA. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 18G4. FOURTH EDITION U.TERESTI1.G FROM WASHINGTON. SHERMAN'S VICTORY. OFFICUL OI'IJVIOIVH. EAST POINT OCCUPIED. X2tc. Etc.. Etc.. aato., 23to. WisiriKOTOJr, September 3. The people are great!? excited here to-day over the glorious news from Atlanta. Nothing else is thought of or talked about. It ii believed In ofllclal circlet that tbe Importance of Sherman's success is not fnlly developed, and that be not only occupies Atlanta, but has Indicted ajcmshlug defeat on Hood's army, and now occupies East Toint, tho strong bold in the rear of Atlanta, to which it was sap posed Hood wouldretreat if com pelled toevacuate that city. AMra-de-Cnrop. The Secretary of War has decided that Attlcs-de-Camp appointed nnder the act of July 17, 182 whether from the line of tho army or from clvl life, be considered, from the fact of their appoint tnent, as officers of volunteers asxiKned to duty Which requires them to bo znountod, and as such are enritlod daring 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. — 5 September 1864

(Evening clqvaj)h MONDAY, f F.ri FMHI'.It ., 18-54. SPIEIT OF THE NEW I0KK PRD3S. IMains Editorials from the Sew Turk Papers Tills Monilni;. ATI..T .. The fii'l cntiin.ii'!n u.t w 1- ly of the t'.ill ot A tin l.i '.it (if tin- ill c i-hi il.;', nt nt a i ii'ti'ni of 111 !! in? 'i fir.- , - s;i,iii'r !,y rht o.'ici.il dcpntih ciffitmral S! e-: m in, tlii.-: nmuiini: pn'i lislicd. It w.i sifi i n ii think mo v::i-:it tli !i rtocl.K '1 tl. . fn'i-i'f In; j. i, s'ri,.i:i,,. d.-nenil SliirniiiM ali:it!j"iul Vm rn-avr i ut of ni. line, east a it J i itli of AiLntn, !,., nnj; .niy t;,.. cu.a taboo. V ntnl it, a, i-marli, s wiili tin: Co ;i-', ml with nil llio rest of lii tirrnv prvi:iitlv. ,j.n. toll tipun I tic Mump, t.iilnin in-'nw its nirt ,-tuni with the !.ivrnnp.u r n.l nt l-'.n-t I'.ilnt. A Ki'Ih ! tin o ft .liini'iiiio, inltiM south i.f Atlunia-.n l lip M.icim run. I, wu-l.v this tn mi -n vrn, IMilatnl In in Mil- in. in nrmy utul.T Hon-, Hut Ptill lielil thu city, unit iilihuncii sf...

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 September 1864

ii. t fating r(Sclctvpli '- MONO If, BKITEMTiKR , IBtH. IRE (IsHAfMO MUBMnm. "WfcU! hoist the wbtuflng when r triumph to Blgh? , , Vnt ! rouch before Trenton ? make Freedom What I spike ill our run when the ft I" t bay tid the rugs of his bin. k hi)nor dropping away Trar down the strong name iliatuur nation Una And Itrika her brav Mnl from his home in the ua lie a coward ft bo shrink from the lift of the t wunJ i Vf ' a traitor who murks nt tliP sai-rifico pouivil ; Kam'les and hi. unpens the lo.im Unit should Mast Th hy who stands Icily till peril la pint, Jut ha who submits when thu thunders h.vo burst And victory dawns, Is of cowards the worst. Ts the old spirit dead ? Are wo broken and weak, That craven so f-hamelissly lift the white cheek, To court the swift insult, nor lilnsii nt the blow, The tools of the Tituson and frit nds of the foe 1 Bee! Anarchy smili at the l'eaco which they ask. And the eyet of Disunion flash out through the mask I G1t thanks, ye brnre hoyt, who by va...

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