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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 September 1864

. ; ' : ..I THE ISYIENING- 1 H rillLADELrillA, TUESDAY, SKPTiIHEU G, 1864. PRICE THREE CENTS. TRICE TIHIEE CENTS. HE 2XCHANCE QUESTION. ?n. IIullcr'M Xi-iowltion. lis Caustic and Logical Reply to the Rebel Commissioner. Fifth Avkni-r Hotm., Nkw Yokk, Monday, eptembcr ft, 1W4. To the editor of the Now ork jl'iwn Inclosed I send you a nine from he Agent of the Kxchenpe of" Prisoners to the onfedcrate Commissioner, Mr. Ould, in reply to in offer to accept, in part, a Jin i . it kii inude by 10 eight month since, to cxi limine nil primmer fwnr lnld by cither belligerent party. Without awaiting my reply, Mr. fluid has tinted tiia oiler, fur which purpose it seems to ave been maile. I aw, therefore, driven to the. sriino mode of ilacmgjustilicutlon of the ac tion of this Uovern nent in po'svselonof the pulilic, heforu It reached beConledcrate Commissioner. Respectfully, Benjami.- V. lit ti.kk, Major-tlencMl and Commissioner of Exchange. llrAnm-An-mm Pppaktmpnt op Viroinia lUii North Caiio...

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. — 6 September 1864

1 LMLY ENTyGTOTjEGRAriT. rniLADELrillA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER G, 186-4. a pait trriFKoow lrswRrAFKa. OFFICE No. 108 8. THIRD STREET. rriae Th rr Tn Copt, ar kiotrraa mim ra Wssn.fyeurahee tolk Carrier, and mailed I. Sobecrffe-ers Ml at UK City at Hint Dowlas ran Assent 0S DotAlS abt Firry utn sun Two alTiumvarlelHrla eai esia lor the pened wuensd. tmniMMii Insert' t the nana) m A liberal IT.tHl made tor ftatendedj tBMTttoV. Te CregasssselsMfh. Tfo netlr ran be taken of Anonynaone f'ommiinlcetlni.a. Whatever I. Intended for t.wtlnn mnat r anthcnilealod bv Uia nam and addreaa of ih hw-m ncce.aarily (or feu Miration, bat a. a guarantee (Or hie rood faith. Wl eaaoot andanake la leinrarewefed Ooaaaauaesauoas. Tm Adwearmllaernv, Owttag a the great tormw la th. ('IrralaUm of Tn T.vaviKO Tai rosara, compelling tia in (to to prow at an early hoar, we araerrtly reooeat Hist advcrtlenfrnte mar be aanfed fa aa aooa as 10 clock, ll possible, u Socara tkaai a a buanJaa la aU of oar edltkine TUESDAY,...

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. — 6 September 1864

TITE DAILY EVKKTKO TKLEGRAPIT. rnTT.AlTCLPIUA, TTTESDAY, SEPTER 6, 18Gt. Kvcninrj Sclcjraph TrssnAY, fiv.rrKMin'.ii 6, isr... PIWT Or THE 171.W IORK PM33. MullM XdlUrlnlit from lh.Spw .Tork IIIITAKT still rNIJ l I'lll-I't'lt-III. l (HUM'S. retr f. Ttn:ri. Oi.mf tlie Jh nomi'iin of ilu Nine f th pVl f tlic To; prrurnls iv, r the t'lptura nf Alintita. ; first took the filmic i f eltef'il inrri,lu!iy ; rtcrwanls of Miri r p;'lrrn. It is alumn In ill ie C'fpi crlieail 'ie--i:. Itfs i:l In the fire lltm-polm which tintl just lirforc lcn flinnt g tln-lr rolorti to tl,c lu ce; a- Mi('lellii'i minil ntlon. It van be I'cml in the Milion fir-e nf the oppcrhctid who passe orj In tlie street, or sits rxt )Ou at tlic tii' lc. Tti.ro I no tlctijioR tho ict, cvt r win re (.at. nt, thut tlio (;nppiThpnltai paity, take l tut rapture nf Atlanta as a party I'uforture. Now wliylfi tills ? II, w hn;iponH tli.it this event triir ltvliiK in tins party s, like in kin 1, if t in dc fsrer, to tin- fi'flitira...

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. — 6 September 1864

X 3 iL v THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAriT. rniLApELrroA, 0, 1804. TCESDAY, BBPTEMBER , IBM. ; APT QUOTATIONS TOE THE TIME3 HUJnD FOR TH n "RTKKIKO TF.I.BORA PII," B COLI.IT cibukb. riTRIOTINH. A patriot if one who lorr-s hi rountry, tlOYotcs . kimeisif to it irrTiiw, or Intmrs for it benefit. ' 'Patriotism most be founded in grant tirlncl " Vti, and supported bj gnat Tlrtuus." liolimj. ir. (. "Patriot and faction, JUk oil and wntnr, ml x when strongly nlmltcn, ut never can unite disjoined by rtir.iire." l Aaron Hill. "Far dearer the grave or the prison Illumed by one patriot name, Than the trophic of thooe who have rlson, l)u Liberty's mini U) fume." M mre. Frrfttlir there the mnn, with soul ho dead, Who never to himself iia'h naiil Thia la my own, my rmtive land ? Th wretch, concentred all In self, Living ha!l forfeit fair renown, And doubly dying, shall go down To the vile dust, from wlnuce he sprung, ' Unwept, unhonored, and unsung." Kralt. TUB UNION. "Union the bond of nil things, a...

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. — 7 September 1864

TH M, H H A 11 F PRICE THREE CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTUM HEIl 7, 1SG4. PRICE THREE CENTS. IlIRI) EDITION iTERLSTINQ FROM NORTHERN VIRGINIA. avalry Ail'iir at Gap. Snicker's JEFEAT OF THE REBELS. fcavy Tiring at Petersburg. TORM ON TIIE CHESAPEAKE. Sto., IHc, Klc, Jite., Kto. pxrint Tim Ktcnliig; Tcli'it rf.ll. j Wahhinotox, September 7. On Monday ni:;lit t battalion of the lt Rh dc Island Cavalry, ot 'orbert's command, while operating in tli3 nol ;li I'irliood of Siinkta's Cap, i'.uiic upon a foreo o icbel cavalry who wore coming this way, and a insklerablo fight ensued. Captain Bliss was In com man 1 of our m"n, and 'tajoColc, of Georgia, was In charge of tho ebel fore, which considerably oattimn'jered trg. The passage of (He Gap was warmly contested, ndtbo Rebels wero compelled to retire, having captain, a lieutenant, and tliroc private dead in nr hands. Also a number of horses. ' On the Inppe! of tho coat of the dead lleutc.il 'nt was a card bearing the n:mio of Alexis...

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. — 7 September 1864

V Wdil Li i iaJmi THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAm. PniLADKLPIIIAj WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 18C4. 2 (Owning uJcIcfltiipu A MoT trrcxiroo wswiapk. OFFICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. Price Tmwifn POoT, or BiOHToaft Oaars rl Vnr.farikMtetM rin(v,u MM t 8nhs erlboro Oat st the City at I'1" 1HH.I.AM m Ann I OKI DulXa oko rirrr Csa-ra mt Two Motmie,l.riely In advance a ehe ssrti4 srrtered. jiwIlMiili inserted tbe wiial ""oa. liberal ajreaftmeeU made fer outer, ax inen:one. To) CWrfP"""1 lCa.Ma bit Mha of Anrniyiaon OnmmnntcstlnnO. Whltvwli ummi.iwI ft.r hwriMn n.u.t be amhen..-..ed by t " n enure" ii, n.r Kb a n irBinrv wi im bihxi la in. via coaaot ended aae M return r.icted Couisaunicatloas. To A!v)rtlnrni. ftwtaf to o r"! ticrOK I the CtrttilaUnn of Tna -rvii Tiei.araeotnpll(ngos to ro I pres. at an .atr'noer, we ors.tilly reoue.l that etlvartl.ementa mT D handed tn as anon as 10 o'eliw-a. If possible, to see era lj,aat aa meertioB In ail of oar odHioas. "WKPNKSDAV, SEPTEMBER- 7. 19'il. TUB WAIl...

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. — 7 September 1864

THE DATLY FVENTNG TFT EGR A?TT. PTTTTiADELPrTTA; WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 18G1. .4.' Sclcjiritjrti WKliNFRIMY, PKl'TKMIiFK 7, )0. PIBIT OF THE KEW YOBK PRESS. Mdlnc KdltorlAlR from the Xew York Pnppn Thin Morning. nil': roi.iiu i. i'Hosi-t;( r. era tl e ',,.,. The p.'Iit'cal skies tyit t. Iri.Iitoi. The onilii 'lint lux ( ri d i ut tlif V ii m i' r n.-c a m nlli ;o ue hrcuklni; aw.iy. 'I hi most rri'li' oh r.ers :iiiwt fnil to l ii f ". iii'irVcil clritmin atone) of i ul'lic lit inunt witliin ilmt timr. l not 10 lie ili nipil, .mil c 1iJ not nttrmpt foiicial, tint n pri'l'miml ik spcunVncv bid ,ken r.usecs.ion of the ml.ti'' min 1. Iiietritst id 1isMtirr.M'tiin prn;l,lc-,l the I'nlor. ruriks; e Union runiiilHtcs mind to uo losing tlieir )ld on tlie public runlidrncc; nrul the enemies : the AdmitiMmtinn v rr nyrn und load In eir exultant jTcdittion'ot'iiiMi-tor totliu Union .on;. Now ull tlil is clumped. Tlio pul.lic- tc mpcr la tnyant ami liopifnl. Thv frlrncls of the 'iovern nt, tho...

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. — 7 September 1864

1 jWIUttjl WEDHKISDAY, HEFTEMBKR 7, 1804. tor Tht fxtntnf Tkkqmpk. MWm TO A LADY, lr,irttrrnrnsh'ra ".liver Pstneil tcnO tn kav been tig ; L rom Use broastworkt of Atlanta, ua. BT RICHARD COB. A rrlic from tho Southern illiiio, laft from Atlanta' tusrtlw A pencil, batteriul nnd forlorn, A tiling of littlo worth, To the hatli more i-nlllrncO - Than many a Iwniile raro That serves to dark H'C amy costume, I Or gem tlit) braided bair ! rrohnoe the hand that LcM it oivo And wruto "JVar mothor, tniiiol" Jlitw atrikea a harp that round the throne 4 Make melody UiTine ! llsylmp (ahl woful Imp, Imlecd!) ILo spirit bath none whoro i There curoes nu ruy of light and love To chase awny despair. B"t h"t tia not ptirsti a theme So full of awful drciid. But lift our hearts In thankfulness To the (rood Christ Instead, "Who from his Father's thrnuo cituie down And took ns by iho band, To lead na ffvntly on In Ioto Towards the better land ! ' O ! Lady ! ns we older grow, In faith nnd love aimer?, An...

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. — 8 September 1864

r r . , r t " TIIIF r U JJJ .i3 Ma-H. tTJTrTj Tm)i?f nxmra 1 rillLADEU'illA, THURSDAY, SEPTHMIJKIi 8, 1SG4. PRICE THREE rOENTS.' : ; ! p alcst from llic South ALL OF ATLANTA. IC lNcVr4 111 lti1llllOll1. ISSPATCn FBOM QEN. nOOD. Iefeated at east TOINT o ia Driven from Atlanta. HIPPED AT JONESBORO. nsuiod by the Rebel Government. pNDEMNEO BY THE REBEL PRESS i . mt the Ruhmmid Kiaminir, St'trrul'ti 5. I'hc only uews of importance wo have to an ince tins morning Is I H1U IAI.L OK ATLANTA. After fix week' command of thCjArmy ol" ineer, Oonoral Hood abandoned Atlanta on 'Thursday nlglit, tho 1st Instant. An olH'ial -patch received from him on Saturday nlr;ht, le osscntiul portions of which wo give below, plains all Hint ia yet known of the all'tir; r'UKAnqrAMFRR, Septembers, lsti;i. On tho enlng of the :ioth of Auniist the cnomy maln a tlgmcnt across Flint river, near Joncst'ioro. Wo t.ioheil them there on tUo evening of tho 3 1. hi i t ii two corps, hut fulled to dislodge them. "This mai...

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 September 1864

- TTIE DAILY EVENING TFXEGRAM. rnnADELrHIA, T1TTJRSDAY. SEPTEMBER 8, 1801. (Mttj rfojrap.1 OrFICE No.,108 8.. THIRD STREET. prV. remm wasrr fnOn", r Rinirritasj Casv Paa IVa. rwtn1" k Carrier, aad malted to Subscribers tort of th OSxy at If iv rtcsM.Alis Pa Asm-si f Ow Dejt.1. an frrrt rrr. rex Two IsVisth, Invariably la advsmo om parts! .rslaras. j fT irtel at Oi. anal rata, A Hbral .l.m 4 (at umiW Insert axis. f r Ta) CammMtaiata. srlneslesiaini ntaei ofAisonysnsw. O-smmtmlesttna.a. sjrn-tfser hi huswlesi for lasertl-.n must be .uHicti'!- at.d a tie I'M ana Sililress of Die writer not necessartlj tor prtDcaunn, M u sunrantae for hla fond rank, W aausuot Ho4artaaa to ratura rxwetad Communications. . , To Al-rriiiwr, ftsHn raM trurr-as ta lha Circulation of Tun Traairjq Ti"aim. eoniroMInt o to to ta press at an artr'onar, wa antanlty rquii that advertisements may b. haatle! hi as aoon an 10 o'clm a, If possible, to sccur Hies an hrttoa in a) of oar editlone- J THURSDAY, SEPIBMBER, 8...

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 September 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRArn.rDADKLPniA, THURSDAY, SKPTOIBER 8, 1861. THURSDAY, SF.PTKMr.KR 8, lfkH. imiT Ot THE NEW YORK PEE53. r, i . , - -inn .1.1- - MdlK KdUorlals from the New fork rprr Tills Morulnc l. I It . l AMiM rem ihr 7Ve'. We rc rnteiinr mi n a Prciil ntinl cimpuln f nnrqanled Import'inrc. To our own jii'l.'inctit nd that of groit hiiiiiImth ol our cilii-n-", tha litres of tTic Chi. Hifn )latfnrin and tho Doino ralio nomlncv, w,.ii, involve ulttinittMy tho rknowlclgiTicnl of the indepeti'lt nco of tho Label Confrilcti ry, Hie pi'.-innnr-nrfl of ! ivory a thin continent, and the destruction of our attonal unity and Imperial power. These are tivmcndmis in,'s. ',ine siiih wore rtr prrcnt.d in any previous political struma i the history of iho Kepnidlc. The wir win, Ii as becu wnKlnn with Imyouot) unit cannon, will ow be transferred to iirKutnontH und vntus. All le cowardly, tronsormlile, and unprincipled do lenu r f our society will he collected onono dido; II the latent su...

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 September 1864

TIIE DAn.YJEVEKIKiGr TKLEGiRrniFillLADELrniA,' 'TllbhsiVlV, SEPTkBElV 8', 18Gi, .THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1R64. the ACDsrss or the town state CENTRAL COMMITTEE. i i To thi rropir, or i-knti-vahi.. Fsu-ow Citiiins; The result of trw ir-cant toetloa M th immdnrat to tha constitniloa of Ut Suit, allowing onr eoldlere la tho field to vou, In gratifying, inasmuch at It ahowe that the grant aeUrt of the commonwealth la right, In th fearful and bloody atrugglt now going on to primer v the republic, and that theee brave men are worthy to kelp gOTern tha country for which they make to Kan artrlflc and eufTer ao many privations. Tha friend of tha TJnlon hare brought about thla Teault, while tha Oppoeltlon hare need their pow erful organization to prpTent It, with the, evident Dbttotof weakening; tha Union armies, by dlatmn ttuslag the aoldlnr, and thereby strengthening themselves at the approaching Presidential elec tion; and In connection with this election let na reason together. Tha campaign...

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 September 1864

VENIIGr TIE I Mi J. A 1 '.7 5 TIIKEE CENTS. rillLADELrillA, FRIDAY, SKPTKMHKU J 1SG4. PRICE THREE CENTS. r IE WAR FOR THE UNION. JlVIEW OF THE SITUATION ounds of Couraga and Confidence. THE COlHSr. AN It Ci)Xlt CT or THE WAR. VashinoTom, .September 8. A wise ni iin of greatest gem rsl of nnliiuitr f rorrllm that should esteem nothing done till oil is done; His probable that Its intent is rather to point tlx dangers of that indolent dwelling on the dsof the part, which shr.ts out of view the ic and demands of the present, than to dis- rpp (especially when a great task Is laid a tuition ) such a retrospect of what has at!y been ac.omplis.hed as t ill Inspire, courage 1 carrying It tbninh to the end. the country ha lately passed through that Jug experience which history shown it sure to sue upon a people plunged into a grout war n iod whe n, the lirnt popular enthti-iastn having d out, the liur lens ami tlio lu re iveinonts o. war are brought kfcnlv home to all, and u ctlon of general ...

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 September 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEQRAPII. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9, 1864- A U rnanroo HT.wttkttM. OfHCE No. 108 8. THIRD STREET. fSrSao TantM Mft Paa Oopt, or Kiartibv Ciwn Pu JPssst. papaHS 1M CurKr, anal aMttsd U HobaerUwS at Ik 0r MR' Tou.Ae. Paa Amtm ofca Dlla b rim Oaerr. roa Two Moaras, Invariably la dTaoe aa ts tnssirtad at the asna! raue. A Mbrl ameOs a taa tnoartlooa. Ts CmapalmiM ( i.i a em take of Anofifmmn Pntntrmnvs sterna. nstar fa Ostan.l. Asr laseris-m mast b anthfnil'-al.tt tv ths aaaa an. liMrHl or the writer oot neiwssarll for asstiaValfcsn, bat as a otiaraiita. ftr his food fJth. W. eekaoot aasaeruk. t return nMU4 Coauaunleauaaa. , Ts AtlTurllMn. flaHUsr a eke (tm! tmMM la ! rtrralatfsm of Tti. Ti in. ompllliil n to t. press at an rlr bow, sr. aiseartly reoiieal that advertl.ements may feaitaVMf ta a " aa 10 'clia, If pnaaltile, to acc-are afcssn aa IsssartUta Hi asl of oar editions I . FKirAY, 6F.nEMBER 9, lsvt. jnie pEiJinpir. or natiux urr. llany persons who talk...

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 September 1864

8 FRIDAY, SKl'TKMIIKU 9, 1S!!. FLB1T Or 1KB BE"W YORK PKE33. eadlnx Kdltorlitla from tho New Tork Puiiera This Morning. IIHIIIT in nit: itun I. SKI rki nv or war. rom the Ttfrt. A rcpi rt of 4lic liilirl Ncm tuty o( War, muni) nr motnl, old, li .1 ; Ic n m t,t Mi rlli fo - Hr.-ttlii-on Hh a nni uifMi (l.icunn nt In tl;c in i rct uf ic 1'rnri' 1). iikx n y. Wo publMi tlir chief Drlitno,' it In o'li. r c Ihiiuk, (hut tmr mailers ay pnin nine nnHmi of its roitciin. Th penc il rt ailcr would liml mu h nunc to int,TCt him i tin- n-pnrt If tin- it'tro'pt-ct wliirh it tukes until l lie Miniincr rnmpflign. lint for llir purliMins nf )avs anion? otirirlvta, will nrvo h nun li loiter purMise tlmn If it hud mc tluun 10 a later Jul.', and taken a survey of ipliil.fl tli-n-tiTn In fieorRin mi l Mol.ile Biy, 10 la txl ili-astiTH in Virginia, ant the shutting p of ilic r.-mil Ki l,i l iirmv, unili r I.cc, within 1-pnccil n lew Mimrc niilca armim! the Ont'e. rate inpiml, Vi. winu the mutter in this...

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 September 1864

1TIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAHI. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMHKIt 0, 18G4. f eclcqvaph MIIDAT. PEPrEMBKIl 9. 1S14. THE FBFSIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN. Letter from 0n. McOlellaa Accepting the Chicago Nomination. UNION MUST BE PRESERVED AT ALL HAZARDS The following Is the letter of (lcner.il MVCIol lan ncreptlPK the fulrsMfo wwilim'ton : Ohki, N. 3 ., ttopt. 8, Wi4 .r-ntloinon: 1 h-nrc lh honor to eltnowlel(jP the receipt 01 vur letter Inlernunr Bie ol hit nomination by tlie Demncrntto National Convention, recently aawnililtil at I lilcaun, ae iheir eauitidato t tlio next election lur l'rwiilont of io I'ulted btatm. It U r.eefry for me to nj to yon that this gemination cornea to me linoulit. I am l'i y to know that when the nnmlnntlim van made the record of my public Iho was kept iu rlw. Toe elhwt ot lona; and varied aervle In the armr dn'tfdwnr and peace, baa been to tn ri!li. n ami Biake indelliblo in my mind and heart the love and Feverence (br the Union, ( nnntitution, laws and tl of onr conn...

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. — 10 September 1864

JBYEOTNGJ- H H PRICE TlffiEE CENT'S. PHI LADE Lri II A, SATURDAY, SKl'TlSMHKIi 10, lStil. PRICE THREE CENTS. BFEEOH Or IX-BEOBETIHY CHASE. THE HTKX Utit.K or THE NATION. Al tl.e Drown University centennial celcbra Lion in ltovidcnce on Tuesday, ex-Secretary (.banc we? called out and responded as follows ; we quote the reort of the Trovidenee Jourml . "Mr. TrcsiiU nt arl Gentlemen : I h.irdly fed n it I hail a nelit to pe;ik In tlm assembly ; it it a fettering of brctheren around tle (a-nlly lir. Another reason why I onht not to make npeeeh in, that I have none to make. It ia true that for s vernl years I havo leeu niuking note s ; but the spctch li not yet ready. "I have seen Bcveral faces here which remind me of the early scenes ot 1W11. In l-ctiruury of that year I met a numb, r of patriotic Kho e lalund incu in the city ol Washington, npon tiro iuvituiiun of the (iovernor, and we put our hni.li together to me if we could not contrive Home ImhIs of peace. We were not as t'ortunute...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 September 1864

2 UMUMIIM4M . TOK DAII.T EVENING TET.EGItAHI. rniLADELFIIIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, lSCt. A inT utteritoov vr.wtrtm. OFFICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. Prie Timns rti Put Corf, or RtouTim Caters t Wm.W'liKiM Carrier, and asalsed to RutMoHbori 4 OS lb. ('Ity At Nies TOU.Aa. Pi n 1 OssDeu." m Firrr Or-ars rrs. Two Moimts,la:Tarlaatrla 4t'im, t Ibr tl !. KimfcMWU tnaerted at t uml rats. A iferal t Ibr aste-aded fsuatrUpns. Ts rrrptialmiM ttnalea m be Mtaa af Anonm" O..mmnnkiitlotill. nln ta latanded fbr laseolni must a. snlhenilraiert br (he Sam. an. aldrii of Uie wrlter-oH neceaaril tor Bnblieatton, but aa (rnarantee r Ills : rellh. H a o.aoot aadanate M return roxowl oosauiuriieauaa.. Darts A pl tnereas. I the CtrclllelMSn at? Tn KisaiKo Tel aoasm, eonipelllna " In so t. ir at an arty'Soar, we anr.ntly fwiwt that Mvprtliiainti nmr l sanded hi a. enna ea 1 nelK, II possible, to (ocura gieea aa bseantoa in all of oar edition,. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, ISO I. Jl cCI.EI.I. A N " I.KTTIR A S...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 September 1864

JLLUL Ml.-! TDE DAILY EVENING TELEGR A fll. PI 1 IL A I ) K LI J 1 1 A, SAT ijltf )XV7&ii'A ivMii nviribo C (Evening eclcgtapft BATCRPAT, SF.I'TKMnKn 10, W. SPIRIT OF TEE HEW YORK PRESS. ir.M,i, Mrri.f :i.i.4M'h i.r. ri:it or Atrr.iT mr.. From the Timet. Hie nrponro (if the C'lilmjro nominee hm liem awaited with a pood donl of tntrret. The nine days' grace lie ba.l titttrn liad shown the extreme: unpopularity of the platform on which lio w is nominated. VotiM he repudiate that platform and yet krrp the nomination ? Such nn Incon iisLnrv would dht!iist everybody. M'onld lie renounce the noml'intlon ? Xolnily who knew what lie hud lieen ro lontr in training for, believe J tliat. Would be ni c lit the platform s lu.irely ? It would ruin b in Hon then wan he to manure. ? Naturally the people were etirl"tis. Well, we sec at last General McClclUn prac tices his fuwirltc strategy with bold front bo fights shy. Ho makes a loud fnnfarronade about his devotion lo the I'nion, and nil that,...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 September 1864

a sjj . xr jixi x innuiMixu irr,mtAru. ruiiiADLrillA. SAIUKDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1801. SATURDAY, RErTF.MLER 10, 1864. A mi'iRiTr.n ncso. The following souf-stlrrlng rvMi bare found thelrway lata oar drawer, with do author's nam attached. The? Mtu-e a poetic lastr, a pMrtorir ardor, and a drerrlptlvo ability of a t.l;h ordar. ai a national ballad atioiiU tie pleased to f it iienerally adopted and iimi. II In already extensively iimr In the nary, and kai beoo tat to tuailc Ed. T '.uniarii.l The Banner of the M. When Admiral Farrnanl Inok.-d ronnd til-on Ms do1. at tlia irrminatHin of the flitu in M,,biie Bur. he rrf'twil to'eelfe Jubol commandrruniii)riiiian. saym, I hat In lw of the noble dead and wounded. Iicroi.ld retard lln rhanan only aa an i nrmT. Tlie Jiurnini t tli' .kl Wtro Upper with blood; Morally! "Earli plunk Willi gore run fd," Trt how proudly did Ilia herolr iiln- look upon (h doar and bra. old flu for which they wrr pvrlliitiK lito and Msnb. rarrasn.t. fxipnut, and wlmlow...

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