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

EfEOTNG Jjj JLd JJjj vur ntlCE TWO CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JULY 8 ISiM. rillCE TWO CENTS. l0I'CBL,Rt EXTEl! 7' wading FOURTH EDITION TI1K QUE AT It A ID. -.CARLISLE;' s: - tun JL 7 rncrnirw ,K j .X. .. ' --r lb-' EEEELS AGAIN AT HAGERSTOWN V V IVWtUMP z"-jzf,fa' i tfttllt'WNSUUK,. CURNINC AND DESTROYING PROBABLE CAPTURE OF THE WHOLE PARTY. SO1JIN0. .rtPh'."y t -T " ..-V-'' .'"" I i , , j . .. WOICHTS V l.,VC$7n "' '. f ?riun YORK LT ' - iHriiffl'tC EST CHrsTi( kl LAO ELPHb E t ' tt I J. ir&V "-" JTJpw!J5."' . v ; w V.- yp'M w THIRD EDITION. THE REBEL IIAID. FORCE AMD DESIGNS OF THE ENEMY. TUJE PREPARATIONS TO REPEL HIS ADVANCE. TBE COLtMXS MOVING FORWARD, Vtrlnl K Th Eveninir TeUirrnpli, I Washtooton, July 8, Noon. -Infurmntion lion teen received here to-dny, wbicti sets at rest tho jaetion of the condition and character f tho Hebel force now operating In Western Maryland, "which is deemed perfectly reliable. The -expedition Is under command of l.leuten-ant-Oeneral Jubal A....

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 July 1864

1 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPII. PHILADELPIITA, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1861. T rs r f A BADLT jYfTMlerOOff MWaraTM. omCE No. 108 sTthird street. Mm l-wo Omm Faa. Oorr, or Twai.cn (I.ina Pi tm, pareale t taa Oarrter, and Balled to Aejbeeriiwtr. MrttwOttrrx Dotuu r.a Amur, i Out I.!.! oa Tw atorrna, tarartabej la ad.aao. lor Ui. peftod tnefrted a, ill .eaal rata. A Vr farm n.ii lit aiaa ft .itandrd tniertloos. To 0rrrfMnl W. eenMe. eeetl he taken of Artmr" '"l"". blmt to Iii.miiM mr Irrtmn meat Be uth.-nllc!.l hy the aamo and etre. ta wrtl-r-n nwr1!T mr Vnhlkxhna. hot rin" "" "M l"- W.oan faot M4e lab to rturn rejected eUeMnmuuloatiou... Owl tha fee hvreaa. In tha rinMllatlin ef Ttia aWji.a Taj e.arw, aewnnHiinB. i. o eo in .r.-.. t en arly hour, e. enrenlly rMcl th.l atlvareil.eitieiila m.v fee handed I oo" o eloek, If prxalble, o eooure tiii u iBMitttaa la all t oar edition. FRIDAY, JULY R, 1W4. T1IK RF.RCti KID. We bare had a aunpiclon for wvira! days past that the reported raid of the R.i...

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 July 1864

a'f JtoMHtW $ y - flu- imirfrrm-n Aiij THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH F1TILAT)ELPITTA, FRIDAY, JULY 8, 1864. ffivtmiuj digraph j. rnTPAT, JULY H, 1SCI. EPIEIT OF THE NEW YOEK PRESS. Loading Editorial from the Sew Tork Paprrs This Morning. Tilt: MAHVI.AMt H A I D. Vt f nhlMi thl. niornlns a variety of reports, hj" telrjfinpli an.l tiv tinill, pnrjinrting to nupply some UeUilsif the protfri'tH of the Ke'tol r.t.d on the I'ppir rotmnae. The mist tllrec. and ppaimtljr antliciiili' uf these report ri'i re entg the Kchels in cunoidi r!ilo Cone n. -nr J'redcriik City, l'ive tuile-i (rum tli.t; pU :e n CDgHftrnicnt ur RkhniMi took pi ice r -r-lay, and late rvporn reprc-vut ;!, "lC. hi li as tin within one mile uf tli.- lownvrt re (Je:u- Wallace In taid to have cheeked heir pro fit the ycV. and the 0 ivi niniont U ire. , vnwhile, having l.een removed to avid c.ip- art from thl report, however, the st tries iCiTcd hr te!et'ni h a e turtle eutlv eonlle tin to Itfwilder nv one i-eckintf inteltiKii...

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 July 1864

V 1 s I ! r . ..J M !:) i . .J. ;i FRIDAY, JULY B, WM. FIVE TO ONE. HT A rtFMItll. Oti ! t rna frlnrlon victory Win f,,rt wore won ; Earh Herman hr-art shim Id bound with joy, We were bat flvo to one I For wetli wc fired In safely, To test onr rltled gun ; Ant hnnllr ventured to attack With only five to one I We practised on the villages, Shot mottiw, iniiint ion, Olil mnn and maiden tht$ orae right, With oiilylivc to one ! Brave Wratigfl looae-l on gleefully ; He railed it spiendld fun ; All tblniri ara lair in war, he cried, With only Are la one! Fatlim and want eoon thinn'd their rackc And then the deed waa done, "Which ended In our foea' deli at, And we hut Ave to one ! Jn ancient dayg no valiant ftotli, . No Vaodal, I'lct, or ilun. Rinod to gie.it a victory With only Bvo to one! Out Rood Klnjr wept, the minlr- tilavoti, Cannon our tara did stun. And told of Prussia con iieriiig, With only live to one! Health to the brave who atormed the heights. And danger acorned to shun, And ...

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 July 1864

12 " 4- .kim TF IE IL1E (&IRIPISo PRICE TWO CENTS. Philadelphia, Saturday, july , isoi. PRICE rwo CENTS. KM THIRD EDITION, VERY LATEST NEWS. A PROCLAMATION BY THE PRESIDENT Restoration of the Eevoltod States. MORE EUROPEAN ITEMS. Slidcll lias an Interview with Louis Napoloon. ANOTHER PLOT AGAINST NAPOLEON'S LIFE. The Prussians Erecting Bat teries in Jutland. TWO FIRES IX SEW ENGLWD. RECENT NAVAL VICTORY. HtiitnM OilI'iftl ,A !! nt. Xito., l-2tc. Kto.. JOto., 1U. PROCLAMATION OF TIIK I'llKSI lI. V l Wahiii.noton, July 0. Wiiercax, at the lute session, Congress passed a bill "to guaran tee to certain States, whoso governments have been usurped or overthrown, a republican form of government," a copy of which In here unto annexed ; and, Whereas, the said bill was presented to the President of the United States for his ap proval lees than one hour before the slue die adjournment of said session, and was noi signed by him ; and, KTierean, The said bill contains, among other things, a ...

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 July 1864

II "ilafisayllli THK DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. nULADELFIIIA, SATURDAY, JT7LT 9. 180i. taring Sclcgrapli A HAJUT AfTE&WOON MWSrATM. OFFICE No. 108 sTtHIRD STREET. IMas Tw Om Fn Oorr, o rnin Carre r , WM to tk Owrtar, and mW' esw of te OHy aa In Douih r Alteon i Oki ! ' turn Two iwni, tovaiWM la edenoe tbf meprtd AJTammamt Inaortod at Am mm! rarat. A liherej , inufwl aede toe tuiooasd rnserossss. Ta Orressnowafai Bo notloe g Ni htm of A MufniMii Oomtnanlsatlons. VkUurn la iMmM Avr assartion must be am hsut lotted by its name and ed.lr f the wrttsr not neooaasrtly ir wsiMkmtivB, but aa a .sarBte aood faith. W .oan- , (a r-rlartal t k retara rajeoted Communications. T AdTrt,sttm. Owtm to fbe foal hscreas. in the Orrntetloa of Tn Jes sino Ts sortt, fssmpelltng n a In fro to press at an arty atser, nnrenUr reo.noat that eilvertiaatnetits may ftxs haaioVsf an aa anon aa uso o'nlock, If possible, to secure tbeea aa tasertloa ta aU of oar editions. 8ATURDAY, JULY 9, 1ST.4. Kbe baid, and 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. — 9 July 1864

8ATVRDAY, JULY 9, 18M. SPIRIT OF THE NEW YOEK PBES3. leading KdltorlnU from the .New York Papers This Morning. tlI.ITAnr PRONIl'.l'TH Al il O I, I oi'i.RATioai . ir ni. i !! the BA4JE. " From ttit TVml. Were William street tlie criterion, wo shoulil y that the Northern mind had lost lis power of forelglit. The dolngt there are jnut inch it" might be expected of men as Miml an bat to what may happen next month or next week Of bipeds who hme nutnctiow lost the great attiilmte of hnmmlty, the "large diseourne look. Ing before and after." It la tho fact of war, and nothing cle, that pro duces the Inordinate price of roHI. Nobody double that. ;ren if It be conceded thiit the fl nances have been nil-managed, yet It cannot lo sappofle.l that there has been anything In tills rnUmanagemont which would keep gold at Its present enormous fipjnre, vtcro tho war to end to-n:orrow in tho triumph of the Government. The tarllT and the direct taxation now csttb llshed yielding at hast four hundred mi...

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 July 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TEi,EGRAFlI. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JULY 9, 1804. ) t it ' L BATVRDAT, JCLT , HW4. , OIUOINALi ZMJIiTI V. For Tht BfKf r''"ar ' ' ' ' rOHKMtlAltOWKO I. JOM Iff, A. !.. ! Ye natrons), murk that omn, and Isa wise, special ProvidenfC so wrought, rrwiMfiDg, Mio' nwlllinrlr y re tinght, How struggling JrYsailoi.ii lire, bow Slavery die ! While calmly Wlmlow from the Krarmrtt eyes TTwi glDttcd pirate swinging from his niour, jlie eonifW buret in flory circling tour. The buoyant sea salute propitious skies ! Tbe niTsiio seven our natal years of strife " Tl circuit marks to reconfirm onr lit'o. Then, lo! the avenging waves rejolclug swoop Tie Heidi's ark and sword U darkness drop! r- "Oh I eave," the sinking parricide outcries, And "friondly" Albion to his rescue tiles. ( .. W' J THIS; DltAMA. THEATRICAL, HKKF.r ITN r.lfONF.U. the compiler of an accurate tliontrical alumnae for this latitude and longitude would place oppo ite the first two weeks of June this phrnso: "Regu...

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 July 1864

flaVu EYE NI NG- E TM 3-1 " 1 I."'-' , 1 PHICE TWO CENTS. m-m in in m rJHLADKfJMHA, MONDAY, JULY II, ISlll. pjticis ,tvd xms.'z::;::,rt; ; KV OF MARYLAND, AND PAULS OF PENNSYLVANIA AND VIRGINIA, SHOWING TIIK TIIKATRK RLIJLL INVASION. FIFTH EDITION! PIRATE "FLORIDA" OFF CAPE MAY. Five Vessels Burned by Ilcr on Friday Lost. - .,: f .'..1 .Z '' . ' - ' -.h-t r r-. ' T7-T , l ,-' '.. 'X ' OF Tin: ... , . If I K 1 I PSv T j iq tfTEST FROM REBEL RAID. . Destruction of Northern Central Railroad. PENNSYLVANIA IN VADED TO-DAY. THE TELEGRAPH LINES CUT NORTH OF BALTIMORE. ). 2500 Rebel Cavalry Ea Route A s for Gunpowder Bridge on Philadelphia, Wilmington and Baltimore Railroad. RAILROAD BELIEVED TO DE AMPLY CUARDEO. HUNTER IN THE REBEL REAR. yfa have received rel'able information th it on -y Bunday morning a It -bcl force of cavalry nuin- fering a'lout 20JO struck the N irtlicrti Cetural Hi Iroad at Cockeysvilie. They at once cut the wires, tore up the track, and barned the brt Igo at that poi...

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 July 1864

T1IK DAILY KVKN1N0 TELEGIUrH. 1'ULLAUULt'UlA, MONDAY, JULY 11, 1801. Gvtwmq Mtum OFTICE No. 108 8. THIRD STREET. rite Tw Omm Tm Crr, f Twai-ri Cam f" Vh, -Mrafcto Carrlar, aaa BaltM la Sabaarlbaca MarikaOHf aitn Dautaa na Aswoai Ova Doiita oa Tn Moana, to-nrlaM-f la Utukm tor Ui aarlaa AnrUaaMBte tow-Had at a ainal rataa. A Hlxral tn-aaamunt aiad fee axtan44 luarUoaa. T CrrMMHl4aM. Ha atna caa aa of Imrsai rommaalMfM-ta, beu-tr to Itna'- lar aiartl--a amlw anil"-"' . ' ' hr t. i-iaaia M aadraM- of lh writ, r mil ""SIL'J, BvMwioa. feal a. a -raaraatoa fhrhta a-noil Ik''"- '" iax asaartaka lo ratarn rajaotaa ivxanuaMat'ou T. AAvrllHr. to to in t an art or,w T!'iillF if:-1 ' vflrtiamntN mar pan i bio, to ax i aa luaarttoa -all mow u"' MONDAT, JT7LT 11. lWl. Tilt RF.REI, FAII. Tbt mystery of th Rebel mnvpiTient up th Shonandonh Valley Into Murylitn J In Cist being resolved. What wemed the othr day to be only a party of maraudf-r, icourlng the Country within our Hnon for forngo, hao ulnt...

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 July 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TETiKOR AriT. POTL ADELP TTTA. MONDAT, .TUT.Y 11. 18(31. 3 7 J J MONDAT, JTJI.Y 11, ISfil. BP1EIT Or THE NEW YORK 2 1ESS. Leading Ktlllorlals rrom llic Sew York Pnim This Morning. HIF. It mi I, IWAMOV, frrtm Ihf 7Vif. What in the rr-nl mtn!tirrie ami meaning of .hls (w Ilcl el ItiVH-lwn df M irylanil ? Junta Wftk apo to-ilny th.' new of nn advance iihk. f mailt ora largo Kt liol fircc up tho SbisnanJo ill Vullrj aMunl-licil tlic liicreiliiliHis country. The Uili'B fcc'tncl so much on, i f keo,luir with the. pontic.n of ailalrs clscwl.eic, that few pcoj.lc paid any serious attention to It. Il wns ftcnrrallv ililirtili-il in pTpns'cr tts In ltrlf, and the ee ti nieiit al-diir the lionler inn tlionelit to I tmt a prrnt pnptrarar-.irc. pi-nu v. I ny tlio fiidilen apparition of a in tnnir,'J I'.m federate cut . In men. I'.vea after tin- re re it of N'Rel fri.'n Martinsbiin: tn the nii"t si lo of the. TVlnmac, the. appenranr-e of the Ho'Hs in II i pi rntiiwn and Fictleri...

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 July 1864

I V THE DAILY EVENING TETiKG U APII. TOIDELrniA, MOND AY, JULY 11, 1804. Gvratug MONDAY, ICLt 11, fit BI.OfcNOMI.NW TIHK. The -Holeta, In tramPiM of jrarp'e, Ttlnoaa swrel on tha lttysom ot Sprim, , Tha lhrieshra, op blub on the larcticii, Of sun.tucr. of summer-time li" The primroses Unlit tb gretn shadows Of 6r woods, odorous, dim i Aid dsrn in the dnrkest of divert The nthUngM shantcih b.s hymn. T bill In.k i bo. I k rfij Vhrtl Bunbciims gland And Ur in iva p"tf. f I.IK pains for Ihe pl"M of The tt.rr,hes iff -Mnirln In ehrnt. The blackbird out" hls'lc". .hem nil; Tip inert-oa H lu bu cjirots The pn "K1" B"J la U Tie en nitre Is spurt np in the. beeches, The bees on the fnrre-lil'iaaom lei--, 1 be lurk 0T the grin n corn and clover, Tb rubs and the closc-huddli-d ilwp, r."ars, soars, and In ecstaey Minelng, Henri upward his prayer unto Heaven; lie's ibe iirie-,t cf (lie blue niuer rutiiuu, IS or rciU ha a day in tbe mm. Tit a time full of hope and of promise, Thin jotiih of the l...

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 July 1864

TH u I PHIOB TWO CKNTS.J SECOND BmK ROM HiSillHGTSiil Enemy Ilavo Attack oil tho Fortifications Around tho City. SKIRMISHING SINCE DAYLIGHT. CAPITAL IN IMMI NENT DANGER. We have reliable Intelligence from W'asV Irjjton that last night about fifteen to twoniy tliouptitd Rctii'Is rnenmpoJ aro'.ml S'lvrr Eirii)(i, nnd nt dfiyllsht advanced on Wash ington 1 bkirniishitig comractu-cd before d ty trcak t The enemy advanced upon tho wjr'u out "Fourteenth ond Seventeenth stroots, and at 11 o'clock were preparing In 1'uU w.vr to carry the woifc by ansnult. At 11-30 heary firing was heard In t!i: ci!y, and tho Fupposltlon In that an asriailt had tccn made. Urgent appeals have boon sunt for r.isn in companies or regiments. , Our capital hi in Imminent peril. THE BUGLE CRY III" CHESTER COUNTY Tho Old 175th Pennsylvania in tho Field. Rpoelnl fo Tho Evening- Tcleerrisi.fi. Wkbt Chpistkk, July 12, A. M. Coloiol Fiank Hoolon, seconded by the Vigilance Coon liltee, Is endeavoring tu rally the old 17...

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 July 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PIILLA.DELPIIIA, TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1861. taring Sclcgrapli A BAJO.T AfTIUOOl f BWftrim. cmct No. io8 sTthird STREET. Tmt Two (-earn r Oorr, f 'wiim Cia-n rm Vol, nMi t Im Ourtor, aa mailed t eerare em ! An Vhum r A"t Om !" oa Tw BkMrm, taenMs i toMrte at 1 r A antral I Milt tar MleaF" fcuMrtkaw. T rer.i ! Mb Wo antaa be Uk ef aea. I FFfM, ra.r . mmN tar "lh"nV."'w k Ik name en. "'V S " eraUWr.1 r. tat a ""I'!!.''! W.en- a r. -MTU ratal rteo CsaumuktMUMU. ; AatTa-rtlMtte. C-rf I Ik (rt Brir e rveirl-va f Ti ft.! Tai..a.rFi, no.'! i e to a t' i'r.-. a' ' eeriT b.nr.i erfentl. njri Tha. adver HiuaiiL uje? A. ha-- u ...on wno pbtrk , ir 4iJIl, iu eeuur. in a CI mr vuiuuru. TUF.8DVY, JULY 12, IWt. the "va ii nuwj-.. is grauiying to 0Drre ins aiacm j wim -.1.1 A A ll. t . I . M1,ufin4:nn I - 1UKUUH lUUUffHWIIIrl U O ,11 J7l.ll .... .j w tb call for troop to rspt'l the Bub.il laT.iJjf.i "la their northward march. It la well Vtaow j that the Brbcls hare d"l grea...

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 July 1864

. i i I. ' V V Owning Sclcfraili TUESIUY. JCI.Y 12, 1904. crarr or tee hew yorx pam leading KJItorlalu from the New Tork Pprr This Morning. THE lVlt, IA Timet, No r-olll-ion of ao? moment hai taken p!anej bt4wen our force ai d tiie mi mr n MarTlanl since Hie affair of 8,itttrrlay last on tba M-tno. cacy. Hut tlif Rcl.tle hare, for tlio last two d)r,bcn d.ituii'g frecty and furlonily ronn l JlnrjUud BppromlilnKtowl.liln half loz-n tnllca of Ilal'inmre, nl an equal rliv Uice of Washington .Iratrovin,; thu rail. Io.il brides, capturing rullroal trains, (o). bnrnlnR u, ,ntnr of prominent tnc like Oovtmt.r Bvadftvil and the elder Blair, battling tbr hoiM't und rattlo of th farmers, And cre-sHnR confusion among petccabla folks gcnciallv. In no lustamu tioea It soern t'tntany pottlr.n of our cavalry, or lufantry, or artlllory Laa coma In contact with an? part of these roab. I triers, or iih d to at. pllioir diver, or thwart their el emu , hut wc are rnt- riaiue.l with the in-clli-f flirt h...

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 July 1864

THE DAtLT KVKNINO TKLEGRArn. rnUiADELrnU, TCESDAT. JtJl,12,J.8i51. TUESDAY ., TCLY 13, ISM. WT IWORD NOXO. TiiJ In. d oat, ttiroagh the long eempilgi I nt'ch In mv plseti in tins ranks 1 And whether It sliine or whether It rain ilv frnoil tworil clieorly cl tnksi It rial ks a'tit r;ngn la lo illr 7 Like Uie ring ot an armed beo'i . And Ihle 1 the sou which ! "7 It tintrs with its lij'S of steel 1 0b. frl. n.l from whom hundred tlmrs, Of tnT"l r.oo.n.rnf' l..ve 'bat dim Are Vol. rtrxrt wit" e.dinS the mCc, ; . f,,ini with your ule. diu lHru Art yuo f:iini n ..... iiui fir Ho .u ki ik' ha '' o" "It-1" smiles. Aod the sound ot the onion livuius ? sjM your bcart gruwn weak tin-e the ratliunt h.-or Vfbtu yim leaped with a single boaml ftnm yimr dreamy ea-e to tho sovereign pnwer Ol a livinn soul w ll crowned ? ScboUi t the a'ocs of taenl!.- Are bet er than anv wine ; And tbe bluody sweat of cans like this Is an agony divine. Tudor the wail of MiC shuddering world, Aniuunlng for Its dead ...

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. — 13 July 1864

THE -EVENING ' TIE I'KKJK TWi tJK.VTS.) rillLADKLPIHA, WIvDNKS DA Y, 7 U I V 13. rSG 1. IPJtICK TWO CKXiS. 7 . THIRD EDITION. EalTIMORE THIS MuMIM. UO REBELS IN BALTIMORE OR CARROLL COUNTIES. Rebels Massing Their Forces Near Washington. pprrlnl Tits Fy ntutr tl.irrsi"ri. Bai.timohr, July 13 Every! tin isqulothere tli l muni" if Tb r sra no b(k" of arm d Rtta any a he's in Itdilmore "r C trr ill conn I'M Thet nr.- all gone tow irds Washington In j ii tin it in mi auny. Fr- fli rick Cny I- ug ilu oocnplt'd by 'hi '"alon r m f , Kf ir psying a tri nity of two hunlrcd tli.u-i.titl o. Hat- mil bmg tii ih'J uf na.irlr (.i) Mi'K. The Ren. I I x.'oi went fro u thorc ! wan's W alona-iou V irn n rumus ir..tn Washington ant in dec i l.tit n lu ll' in-tiey, hut nothing Mti which cto r. i. K.IHH' nph'iug tt rcpor e ', tli nigh tins cliv Ik r nii' nil p ne ilv sate a id a up y sup illed wlrr. tr.n j'it. The ru unrs clreu atitig hero of Rebel-, op in lua Ab' nidi in ami virions foriifl ra'inns i-p...

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 July 1864

THK DMT,Y ViflNTVO TKTrf RArn.PIIlLAI)ELrHIAt WRDNXSHAY. .TTTLY 13, 1801. In r. 1 ir . t i 0.'.' (IV I J f ... c (Srcttiwj Sclnjraph 4 Ait,r mrNv r.te.rArst. OFFICE No. (08 S.' THIRD STREET. rric Two 1 wn r Onrt, . ri. Obit. I'm fraea, a). is the rarriar, anil a.att.1 to aofriNar w r tla. Oily mi D,uu rutni 0 u..a So Two stiwrvs. ajivrtMr Is 4T&ee vr the Hrt rtflWM.' --' 1 i . , SiWariiaraaeBU Minii at tee axial rat. A Itharal ml KM l HUH InrarUoa -'- - - - v. IV 4 rrv.Hi.Bit). ' 'f 't Vtlm ran ha IHo at Ananini.aii fvminw'l'; ..,. a a.aeaSea im m,rilM .' " '-" ) lk nan a an i'Umi k" -I ' ii'l" 1"' ri.biMti..Vat.,rn.r't.vfB...n',' "Vca- I uaaartai iv r(Ht reiM. ttoaeai'Blnl.on. ' 1 fa, ,)rl.V'r. I i rawer; M rr-e mo "" " nraalaiinttafTin, fixitoTM in. 1 ! I" ' k- an erlv a a eraf tei re.tf.1 'hat atlverti. ament. mae ba fcaaSfV I ' iiRf a a:.v. K ,,-.(el., .0 eNjure , (Baa. M aae.ral. 1M ' our diiikni. .- 1 WIiilNBSn.Y, iVl.X IS, ISM. , rnr, mpm ji tiiroriii ri. ' " ' To have th...

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 July 1864

TIIR DAILY TCYTi:?NQ TELKGIUPTT PITTLATKT,PTTTA. WEDNESDAY. JTTLY 13, 1864. V WEPxr.BnAY. raw is, urn. SPIRIT OF THE NEW YORK PRESS. Leading EdltorlnU from the New Tork Fn)pn This Morning. litftrwnic i.ihso.n". frm iSe Tribun. Jut balf century fttf, hostile ll 'et appeared in Cbcsnp.lJJar, and Inmioct on the l'lUitxent rotiplc of brli.vli, which ma.lo a Tinron push on thp Feilfial mvtropills. Thtf wor confront) d at BlmJonshurR by a hastily coilectcj Vtikra force, mtilu'y i-ornposoil of Mryla.i mill, la, wliivh ruplit to h.ire MTesrtd their pro. ftM, but fervid tr her to aocclerntc lu The Urltlch .:V;1Iy rbavd the ihiUlvred reinilm into Washington, which they sjn left Iwliinil la wild, mad nice for life. Tho Il.-t.liih pomutd mo further, hot, burning the public edidco, and torts, with tho ettntili.-hnietit of the Uorern-tnt-nt prii.wrf, rttu.nuil to tO'-lr h!iis ai h'.ir iHd f a. tluy raine. Tlioy next nudo an at- - Uitipt ou Ilaliimore, hut wero repulse) and tlmlr coniuianiirr il.i...

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 July 1864

k? v THE DAILYJEyKNINft TETiEORAPn.-riIILAnELPniA, AyEDyESDAY,JULj3jjSt; (faring (Tclciycaph WEDNESDAY, JOLT 13, W64. THE DEATH Of TIIF. ftt t-H tttK. "In mrirrlnF, ho'h Trl. m) eoaptot Btek."- Anpfi.A I'aptr. Tin- a-lmwk raror fHT'r From lilt, (urate cuiif'l OVr -t thcih uf o -n Hi- hud roMim-n wiihuiU rear. Hi- m w he hurt p'ntt" With .mall h. Ii lo prey, Tim II tKfi ronld Derrr Find that hawk In bi way. A MM Mrd aan In a t tv clrnr anfl brill, I), win- of iho hi ro'i ! Kti p wule ot hit lull!" A 'i'.t'e lurd iitr, A the mncy hawk (lew, "lVwMt of die ti run Wlm tight fur tti iiine." Thn' vuln, iw'nr.l ruit'r, Tbe tnlaf rot-k of (I it'll, Crowe,! rlifrr to ttm hawk 'n m -he uip of hi. w - I. Ti e nlil hull IihikhI gloom v, Ilm bl w.irtl. th-j: weru lii.'ht : " I let on the -t-a-l..vTk It it rutuo lo a (im." Now circling and circling, Tim li Hk aci-lt in. iry, lli. i ibi' i vr of the lierun I "ii bim ii'.wiiT. Still c oct'i- ami cl.iaer He maw on tna to-: Tle have n-ui In i e war-cl...

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