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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 September 1864

i " I 1 iEYKMNG- T IE 1LJE G-R AFH H PRICE THREE CENTTS. nilLADELrillA, MONDAY, SKPL'KMMHt 12, 1804. PRICE THREE CENTS. (' I rfprr V "HE PRESIDENCY. EACE POLICY CONFIRMED jore " Crushers " for McClellan. nB "WORLD" GLORIES IN THE SPLIT. em-., :., r.i., p.t.t e., r.i. Hrnernl t4'lclln.n. -m ihe Daily Niv . Mr. Lincoln Is for war, 10 Is General McClellan. It. Lincoln makes It a war of auiijnirathin. so .oc (leneral McClellan. Mr. Lincoln maii'li iron the plutform of bia party, en does not (ienc 1 McClellan. What is thorn, then, for men who "J licve, as do the (treat mass of tlie Democracy at the only way to aavo the country is to bo lund in the reace I'litform, to choose betun 'lese candidates W hen two evils arc toils pro , JBted.we prefer to itand aside uud choo-e neither. , Onr Policy. j rem tie Haiti Xetc: flince our Nuttirday's Inane we have received forts of Icttera from peace men, every one o j'bich approves our courNe, and bids us Uod freed. The feeling evinced ia one of iuten...

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 September 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TKLKQRAFIT. miLADEIjPniA, MONDAY, SEPTEMDEIt 12, 1801. a trniaioon lrr.wgrarF.B. OFFICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. frio Tm Casr Pa Oorr, or Riuiithhk Ckt Paa Waa:. r'! to Carrier, end malted to Siibacrther fit f th (H? Hi DOLLAIW Tl AffNirH O ll.l.4 mo nrrf Caere m Two MuMiia.lnvtrlae.ly In advance er th parted srderad. jjhici mil Ineerted at the naiial ritH. A tiheral arvanarm! saade frr tnded tnaerllon. T CorreaspoBartwsBfsi. W rvttlee can k taken of Annnrraona Onmmnnh-Btlnna W ;te.er le latenrted for Ib.tiI -n mnit he aiithn'h-jil k the name and addree of the Wfllor not noraril) lor MOltrtk)ii, but A anarantee lor hl ond faith. Wt oeanot audertaae to return rejected (?ouiinunloatlona. Te AtTirt'lr. OwfnffSO Ifie treat lnnrya. In th CtrrnlattfMi of Tiir. Kybnino Tai bosa. e-'nipelNn " to ao to pre. At an Arty boor, are amentlr reurM that arivrrtl.aini'nt may sanded ra as soon 10 o'ol.. tl pnasthle, to si-care thee ob fjMortJoa Ul aU of oar editions MONDAY, SKPTEMBK...

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 September 1864

if V JLiinm . ...... MONDAY, SF.i'TKMIIKK 12, 1RI. BPIRIT OF THE HEW YORK PRE33. XeadlnK Editorials rrora tho New York Papers This Morning. Till-'. TIIHI.ll ..l IIOI.T. From thu rttm. It wotilil scorn nt tin's monmtit that tlicrc is likely to bo vmncihinir like n lio't frnru tli'j sup port of the CliiiftKO mmiiIik.'S liy tho rxtrrmc left wltig of the Cupi'crlio id p-mo tVlion. Mr. Vallninlipham dr'ivtr.-.i a ir?ch at Dayton, Ohio, onM'edncmliiy l ist, 8ii.)iititi tlie C'himjo (platform and nuninc; Imt two ilayn nfter, wlille at Coltuiiiiut. on liii way Knf to t'ontimio Ilia elPCtionccrluK spi'i'dienjii- got it copy of Gono f ral McClellun'i K tt r of aiTfitaiuc Upon reid Hn(f It, according to a tel. gr.im yiliich we arc as sured in accurate, lie nt once iiulli ricd thowith jrnnl ol Ms name from the npiiointments In 'Oliio, and retun.cd lioinc tlio dispatch adding if to thin announcement that the "peace men have f determined to niulutuin their lnlciritv, and will aoon cull a meruit;?...

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 September 1864

"(gwnfog - clcgtaph MONDAY. SErTF.MDER U. W. THE BABMEMT CHBWTH 1ITW. Mr B H. riunu'tre conUlbuM to Good Wotit th. following trsasliUlotl ot th First Clirl.ti.t. Hymn from lftQ Ortck of Clement of Alexandria, of which H says: "I 'un balf-wlltl at.rnptnfSs.aiKi Maori inr... . Jb-tLin, and passionate exlmlini, rt': 2n eoniiiiuoin trains 4f thought and t-.t,in, ioeh as )ter hymns a'Miunil in, wo may sv,, li is tKlleTfd, no runoto likeness to tlie:e "plriinl songs," songs I vrry dtcl corjlnR from tli Spirit who taught men to cry AMia, rather, whi.li Tiers at om-e thtsveivasion ami the food of the ecstatic love ami adoration of tlio nsw-lxirii ( tinrvu of Christ." Cmrr. for the tn,orn atfeil, Making in will glvo hood ; "WIcir thfit dire-lust right The wild bird's wandering flijtliti Hulm tor the shins Hint hi-'i Their pathway o or the dren ; Phi'herd of sheen tliatnwr Tbelr Muster on the thnr Ktir up lliy children -;, with uii.iom mvJi In hymn end Vb , , "'dl,',f'li,.).,unpBVordi " K "Ki...

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 September 1864

UL 0 TH 7 rm It, IE H A o PRICE TIIIIEE CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, THUS DAY, SKPTHMHHlt 13, 1SG4. PlilCE TIIItEE CENTS. ! M 9 afl aW itnrJ tan. 14. 6 1 1 V ntl oil' 4-- i 'THE PRESIDENCY. 1 Candidates of the Peace Democracy to be Nominated. M'CLELLAN HOPELESSLY REPUDIATED. Another Convention to bo Hold Nfw Wovfnifnl, Tree Ihe Kexe fork Dally etr$. i We arc happy in being able to state that pre J llmlnary steps am being taken by the friends of I Peace to call a National Convention of tho i mocrary, to place in nomination candidates lr 1'ieaidetit and Vice-President. . Islaora-nnlintloii. frm the N. T. haily Sen. i The It'orM, a jonrnul that claims to be Dcuio - cratic, lays down in yesterday's issue a new plat- form. Ignoring altogether tlie platform laid k down by tbe National Convention, it has placed ' In It leading column, at fall length, that otll -er't letter of acceptance, under the head of "McClol ' lan't riatform." This repudiation of the rogit f lariy ennneiated doctrines of tbe ...

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 September 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. rniLADELPlTIA, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 18G4.' A ftsUXI JJTTKftNOOB RWIAi"E. OmCE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. yTioa r.r. Tn Cnr-T, ar Kiorrrae rairre r trtc .erabl. setae Carrier, and nailed to fliibMrHxtrt em of tne at? si mm Duu.au Pea amki'u i Oaa tvau.aa ami' ritTT Oners roa Two MoMTHe. Invariably la advanoe Ah U aetVal w das ad. i- j ii iiltaraiai, nf at 0a imt rut. A liberal ( antaaiaiaal ased. tor extended insertion a. Ta rrrrolaita. ' ' T." , nnalea en e tesaa of Anonymins Oommnnle.tlolia. V ..- si tafan1Hl snr In.ertlm nmat be Ailth'n'l-aiei1 fr efte bum and eddns of the writer not necnaaarll tor BilMlrattin, bat an a rnaraneee tor his rood fntth. Via ayaaaot inaimar la ratuni rweotad UoaamuiUeatwaa. Ts Adertlm. 0hurfs treat Increase la tha Orcnlatlivn f Ttra ; Jtvav'iso TKi.aonAru. eompelltnaMi. tn go ta pram at an early bitnr, we miiently reoueat that advertl-amcnt. may " httaiiMt ta nimn at In odf t, Ir poailble, to accurii abets an asseriloa In a...

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 September 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. rmLADKM'iriA, TUESDAY, SEPTKMBRrt 13, 1804. 1 TUKSDAT, RF.rTKMBKfl 13, Hit. 8PHHT OF THE new tobk prg33. Leading Kdliorlals from the New Turk Pnppm Thl Mnralng. A TIKI I'ki'.itt iiriHki:i, am ir rM. Trem Ihe Tne- . Mr. VnlliuiiliplMin, in his sinvr-H at IJ.i.vton, jplTing lil tvenuiit i.r the Cliia,o Cinvon-i in, Until : "Unit (' nu ii imi 1ms met every -Xict.i- tion of mine. ''' innmi.trn hair nil hern realized." t stems tlie niiiitir mis n title to j ft'. llo limls ..hut the I'lfimi r- Imve not till li-cn reaheJ ; a nl Sb tccitm Meridian s le teruf acicptanoo h' dia ';srda film on fh'- Instant. The "ptiimi.T" refirrnl to arn tin mystery. Vallandinlisin wi nt to Chi-nen tlio ailmirnl of fell Copperhead admirers, and in istor ul tlio situa tion. 11 in mere ti I ruled iv.ii.ihir.ls ,f iim n reritlon. llo was nm on the (!ominitt on li.is. ilutiona, and bad the Rfisolutg sUspirm of tliu .'iwtiwiiii. i in u enuiu me ques'ioa oi muavng lhe candidate. Here. to...

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 September 1864

L-a-, TVISIMY, 8F.rrKMBF.il 1.1, lS'll. BKroRR VIC'Kini'n Wy 19, 1M.1. HT OrOROR . BOKKR. Fhrrmnn atoocl lienpath tha hrttt (Ire . 1 kt from thn llnmi of Vlrknhunr glea.tne.il, Anil bonirtlir!la tumhlort tn their .nitiky (tyre-, And fmponlioi M-'. il, ami caso allot Krro im. il; K.it-k frinii the front tliere came, Wwpinif ami dorely Initio, The meregt chllil, the; yininftcn face Wan over mw In bujIi a f.iuful pUr. , Ciiflinff hi tears, he liinpi lilt chief to meet ; Itai when he pknued. ami tutoring stood, Around the circle ol hie little feel . There fprend pool of hriffht, young blooj ; Shocked at lili cl. 'Mill c.iP, 8hermn cried, "Hale! front faro! ' Who lire yon f Kpenk, my pMllunt Imy !" "A drummer, lr: i-'li'ty-lil ih Illinius." ' "Are yon not hit t" "Tliat'i nothing. OnlysonJ Home rartrlilge,: our nun are out; And lh foe pre ui." "Hut, my Utile friend" f "Don't mind me ! Did you hour Hint shout ? What if our men tie driven ? Oh forth love of Heaven, Fend to my Colonel, Gener...

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. — 14 September 1864

JkaSaa TTE3LJ rmrnr "IDTfJ JLLii.0 T PltlCE TIIKEE CENTS. riUL.VDKLriUA, WEDNESDAY, SKP TICMIUMt 11, 1SG1. PJtlCE THREE CENTS. LL.IL I J f I. I PEACE-DEMOCRACY IMBROGLIO. THE INCISION WIDENINC. McClellan's Lcttor Dissected by Dr. Wood. The Miserable InbigniCcance of the General in the Eyes of the Feacc-at-any-Price Democracy! CJenernl Mei Irllnn'n Hi-mrsl. from th .V. 1. Ilniltl .Vein, It Is a well-known fact too easily proven to be denied even by the Worlil that tbo coniidcn tlnl friends of General MeClcllan wire desirous, and made every cflort to procure his nomination without any platform nt all. I.oidin;r Peace Democrats wero approached with that view, but steadfastly lcfuscd toueiiiiiiSLC in the proposition. Thiydidnot desire General McClcllnn's nomi nation under any circumstances, but would not licnr of It or support It w ithout prescribing some landmarks to guide his policy lu ease of hi election. In oihi r words, they were not willing to accept his "record" as the embodiment...

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. — 14 September 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGItAFIT rmLADELrmA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11, 18G4. (truing (Ictr,ii)Ii A DA1X.T ATTEKHOOir Kr.wsrATr.. OmCE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. TrifG ftnmt rr$ rn CorT. or EionT Ov-t P Wee. ' farrier, and mailed 10 "uhaerlbere at e Ike (TO Doli.au r AHKI'M Ok Dollai mi Firrt Carre mn Two M.)iini,lnTrlbl)r In advance , far Ik asrfcsa srtj.rlsd. iiniim tnsrs4 at tha osnal rates. A liborsl titMil auae lor extended laserUons. ! rrrolMii. Na notfiweaa be ranee) of Anonymous rrimmnnleaHnna. .1altMr It Intended for Inwnl 'n mint be aithni.-aled fcr th. siaaM and address ot the writer not ni'1-.'ssaril) for ptiblb Alton. but eiiarantee Inr his mo(1 faith. We (aihi ubamiaA m return nueeted Coainmiucauous. T AdvdrtlKvni. Ovtaf ft Increase la the rirrnlitlon of Tin fCTamira Ti. ..!(., oompelllnn us to vo to press t no early Boar, we nrsenlly renuoat that advertisements may e handed ki Hon ai 10 o'olm l, II po.slOle, lo cure theaa ti laaomoa In all of oar e-lltlons. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEM...

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. — 14 September 1864

... aaia TI7K DAILY EVENING TEIEGRAriT. riTIL APKL PI fl A. WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER It, 18Gi. (Svnnnrj aclcflvaph vi:inksday, sk.imt.mukr n, isr.i. BPIBIT Or THE NEW YORK PRESS. Lrndliig Kdliorlftln rriim the Xevr York i m: I'lii'M'H r. frrtp the T i ' ' Thus fur, ell i'iiun lr.ie litis viar li"M in tlif Kfit'rs of Nrvr llitiiipoliirr, (,' I'uiivMc it. Klioili.' IiIkimI, Ori'iinn, Vt rin nit, an I M ' cni h of viliirli lius turn nrrk- l hj the 1'in.in '( pnrty I y nn rr itn lii.-ri"f.,i nn tin- miii-i'y of tl'f (ivi-i ilinu tear The loir form"! vnti'.l Id'fori', t lie two !nit' r since, tin' riv il nom nttioin lor ril'Nulrllt , hilt till' result it I'll not -t'l'lll n have turn ml.- to. I l.y that i in"iin-t:i:u". Wo ' may. svth prenl fnnliilinci', nMiin, tln ri'forc rciiFonltii; f.om .it.sotiito ilutu shut the clu'ti.ins of this yi.nr will siilisinntiully rciti'Mtc tin' p.ipu .lnr convirtioiif ixpnsM'il In tlinaf of Hi), vvitli the prol i.i cx.cpilon ot Ki-nturky, wh.'io the Urimi let...

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. — 14 September 1864

4 THE DAILY PACKING TELEGRAFII. HULA DELPHI A, WEDNESDAY, SKPTKMttKU 14, 1801. O! i Tf.V. mug WEDNESDAY, BErTEMPER 14, 18f4. THE PRESIDENCY. A Hot Shot into tho MeCloUan Ranks. A SCATm-NC CRITICISM. An Express Train Runs into tbo Platform ! CONSISTENCY 'WHAT JEWEL ART TKOU! 'fiw. T-miris Trnin writes (ion. Mi-Cli'llnn ntH.tlit r Vttor. He wnx--s liittiT nn-l l.itt.nT. Khka-WAT-on thk-ISka, Sopf. II, 1 Mil. To Mnjor-Gi-iirinl Cn-otdo It. Mi'C'li'llan, Orati;-.-, N. .1. Dour Sir: It in a iii-vui tliiuu to lisn-ii at tli- key. bole. It Is iiuiiiht ti. ohii a iri.iit.' letter. Ii i-i tlie nK'iiiw'Kt ol ull to aii'i-pi lio.-oiitulitv iin.l iilmse Urn lio't. ltut tlio.Je nicua lliinc-i are 'liristiun virtues iiininriril to flu- net id' ni'ri-ptiii'-' tin nomination ul nrtv in nnlrr ti ii tn.v il. A platform is the party soul. A riiinliilnte is til" f srtv's I'ody. M'-niriiH tlie lni.lv IVum the soul, and iL-Htli ensues. It in as ililllnilt to sit In'tw rn two stools as to sin p witli one ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 September 1864

V TH r I GfMAF H H r- FRICE TIIKEE CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, TIIt'USDAY, SlUTlttlMU. 1;, ISM.' PIIICE TintEE CENTS. 3 -1 onn. esbu latlo Lent he ilatlcJ endls! UtiS ai'ia tuot at to i Uiaor IK, ' pills. ' IT. kills. " Id, bf miSU) EDITION MILITARY DIVISION OF THE MISSISSIPPI. IMPORTANT FROM ATLANTA. iJorrefpciultEce Between Eoocl and Sherman. H TRUCE FOR TEN DAYS. All Citizens to Leavo tho City. , l I,oi isv n t.n, September 11. Tlio Journal'. jlccial correspond' nt, under date of Atlanta, Si p- ember 10, contains n congratulatory order of (fcnerul Sherman, rccountinir his victories, mid Jjn agtccnunt between Sherman nnd Hood lor :i cn dnys' truce nr. Rough nnd Ready, on the (Macon railroad, nnd the country around it, en closed by n circle of two miles r-adim, for ten ' Jilays, from September 12, to cunlilo t lie people of , Atlanta to remove to points south. .'! General Hood to (lenernl Sherman, under date 1 slf tlic !)th, say? : "Fcrinit me to say tho nnpre i jOcdented measure ou propo...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 September 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TKI.KGRAm 1'IllLADKLPniA, THUItSDAV, SKl'TKMliKK l.r, 180t. rami A MOLT AXTEKSOOJl" KF.WSraPKB. OFFICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. Mm Tnvmr IhtaTt Put Oorr, or EinttTum HaKTs Pun H'satr, syaM l Carrtae, nd mim to Mubscrlbers sal X Um Ofcf " Koli.au r AIM'X Oaa Dol.i.AA amss rim Owm rm Tw o Mouths, Inrariabty la adranca ft ths hiM srd.rad. A4rtaasaat Inserted nt th nana miss. A liberal jrrufoaMl saads lor eitendod Insertions. Ts Oorrfswnlcnt. T(i nre ran be takan of AmsnTmoti C.mntmiiestlisii. htir Is intended for Inherit ri iniit be Aiitlten'l'sied Ir In itnt and aihlre o( the writer nnl nect at il r,,r piibltcalton, hat a a sna-antee fir hi d"d talrti. Wa aauot vndcrtake t raiion reiecred fjotniuuuioatiou. To Adtfrtlfr. OwlMf to tha irreAt Inrrease la the Cirrnlnf ton of Tnv. F.tsaisft Ti...a,trH. coinielllna; u to bo to pres at an early'hour, we nn.e&l. roiiirit that Arts.-rti .rnii'Ti. ins t r Itatineo in in a 10 nni i, it pnssli.lc, to tbam aa uwsertioa In 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. — 15 September 1864

t - ! ft s- ) --- U J IS 4 ien U lot t. .: t. 3. iinl -4 (Emuntj Sclfrjtaph Tin i:mav, skiii miu it 1 .:, is.t. BPLLUT Or THE NEW YORK PRESS. Leading Ktl'tortaU rrom th Xcw Trh Papers This Tint-mil?. ".!. i t. ii tisnov i'rnmihe 7 . ... YVe final our r-n-l-r an ri u, wi- ,h.vj i t,v tlie b-M nntl r nti r,t ti.tr v t.fd tlie 1' hiii H I fire, nuiiitinc to Imlil. 'I hej mi.- the i. (. ; ,., of an nlij.p.n liy, nut, as In;: f lifta a Ii-ff to M ii d tipun, tl f hold key. 1 1n i mv -! ' ' ii" the Ii i!i Kill I.. i'. i.i. i!,; .ii '"!' lh.it. I i, i I- ;n"! mi th , , c -ll til h ,r 'i ,Mh,-s lii .',! .it u---' c t'r,M i.,ii" t 'l ins' d 1 1--1 1 d v.,, !,,. '" t out. i i it ii' 'hi ii' h the l.fj . .(.it' Alien Hi.' .1.11 I i v i . t i of dcn'riK'tion rmm w: tllO Rulum n l v. i trr . i n.t.: d of tlio rjil'cii r.vos in whlrh !!. t.rntit t Tnhw aii'l tin ii, limvcM-r Me , t!i time, tlir. piior " ilnlui" i employ". Our lend, i " v. il nun, tnt.i t I... mo i ittv nhii'Mt liai y iri.iu tin V...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 September 1864

- 9 i THURSDAY, PEPfKMBKU 15, 1HH4. OOD'M Fl.tta.' Thlf littlo ini'ldont oocarred as ono of the hrl fdeof the KvKorve Corps was man hi ng through Atbtnn, Alabiina : TA'ilh tninncr" treum Tuir proudly In lni". Anil rmvonots glistening In me "i lirii'lit Thf rirave Hoi-ci-vi frvo from rear nn.I c ira , A tlioufh they were In p-c- r' nwling tln'rc, ThroiiKh Athens onward marchm! to meet !hc loo. A briKht-cyed, fair hnired fclrl, but ( mr ye.irii old, Looked on the sceiii', and cliiiu'ej her lUllo linnile ; , " rpa," he tried, with f elinit umoiitriille.1, Hod nid'r lliMt llnp, oti ! Hi ill r.iiu' ot -"M '" Then hurst a dcati niug clui'r from thoc lnuve buntls. And ninny a soldier ft It refmlvr-tl, ns lie I.ilVd his enp the ntiMni; child id greet, Tlmt if hi arm miiilit Itelp to M'-toiy, rlj til bene. all (.oil' II ig most willin; Or holler, cr a Koldiei's death to meet. I)'. DABK ADD ERUPT 8IDE OF LONDON. The moral ii'nl rc.ig oiis interests of tmdon are as vast as Its material interes...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 16 September 1864

rrn HE MAPI! 1 id! PRICE TIMKK CKNTS. Latest SoulIuTii News DEFATCHB3 FROM OL.N. HOOP, Full Details of tho Death of John Motrin. DESPATCH FrtOM WHEELER. f Latest lrom T.lacon, Georgia. "EWMnKii" t t:ii: sirrino A CRISIS AT HAND The Confederacy " ia Danor. i - - General Sherman Very Severe. RICHMOND FINANCE m TRADE. LARCE FIRE AT RICHMOND. L.08S Jt our Millions ol Dollars. EUv., lie, Ric, r.io., inc., Fate. Wo hnvo received the Hi -lun m.l .'.a-ao'a.'i- if tic lut.h jn-innt, from which wo make tin- foil, liv ing extracts : Tin- Wnr ri. - Yesterday, bring Sunday, ra fruitful oi'rumors most nb-U'd icla'ivc to iiirtvcniciit-i said to lie taking place in ami iitcjut I 'ctcrsburg. They an unworthy of the spine it would re (ti ire to icaeat tin- ni. Wt have authentic information that yi s't-rday was one of liie mint quiet dais ut I Yter-burg Ihut. bus passed during r 1 1 mi culled siege. N it fn wan beard to liisinib the stillness of :h.' .".iiinmin oir. mi l'ruliiyiho enemy cultured ;i sm...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 16 September 1864

TITH DAlTiT KVENINCJ TEI.EGRAPII rmLABKLPniA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, IBM. i (grmtng etlrgraph daily unnwon mwiwri OFFICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. Trie Turn CraT. ran Cul'T, Kn.MTm(YT('rl Hbk ptlW toil! Carrl.r,arid mulled to Hubacrlbcri oai t the City at "''' D, ili am l'i mv a : (Vse -t-r .a aval fit" Ca"re ana Tao Moanta. Invariably m advance jtr Uie penral itard. AdreOl.et.eaU "Mortis t tl oaiial rate.. A dhe'al DtnaM maJe l otteod.rj In erllone. To rrrinilnfa. nr-tape rs br litn of Anonvmon. C'"n!nn!,rat'.,.ra IrnatC'or l wiBT.ilol lor in-enl ri inn t b' anih. n I u,l y tht am and ai!ilr.a ol the writer- ""I n ssarilv In. tniMlratlnr. but a m'arente. ur 1,1s ii,.... lnri. We not nudort.ae to retain rescted Counuutile itlnits To Alvvrf lierr-a. OwliuttA tha a-wat Increase In tin' ( 'irnttarlrin or Tic ' tvvmHii Ti 1 1 (i''l . mnit'riuiiK na 10 en 10 pro M an .arty l.onr, e aiaenuv re.iurat tnal mluT'i-p im be lianileil In aa ..inn aa 10 ..nl.li, ll p.iaMlr..-. to a .heat an ttia.r...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 16 September 1864

TnE DAILY EVENING TELEOKAPIT. PITILADKLl'ITIA, FJIIDAY, SKH.KMBKK 10, 1801. ruiDAY, sr.rrr.M uf.ii ihsi. btieit or run new tork press. An Arml-Mr. ttimt M siirnlllro ..w mill I'lti.ir. n..i- 1 1 Irk l' S rtirc n fr'li.nl K.I..I Triiiiii,li J m t Tin 'i Ufic conn! i (ii l'i h I ( t r h'i'i linen (if tic device on which i'n -l i. rlt-itl tititytelvt) Imu Imcle (he roii n : j .,.. in the ir.il n itn ... of their ih i-lcns I air. I its ni'ilv u, .'1 lini.nr, tlidu lUi ir ....; in in the lollonnif.', wh.h we i ut IV. in this H' : "Tl i 7? . ii i 1. ' . i1 r iMr l t) ell -...- v ' ",. , n- ' -t ft 're - ii' e,n i ' .. mi . ll leu i .1 I' it . I. II i I . ii' ' , ii i fur. :i. ll :ti ! I r t li -i .1 I ' (.:. nr 'i - et r',- i , ,. 1. 1 I r'- ' I ' l l , -i - - ii 1 (.n'.'i ! . . I i j. ' ; . R.'v;i""i". . i. . c. . 'n mi.ti.'t . i'iui .. i. , . r I. ii I M t ,. ..p., .1 .. i .. lor ii i t. . ' t, v We I.,,; - i re .!,! 'Ill ! Ill in I. .11 Xl'M 11 if !' 'V'l I'., , I.. l.o cii tl.:rr. ris...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 16 September 1864

3 4au TIlK I'AU.Y E V EN 1 KG jM'O K A HI . ITI IL A D ELF 1 1 1 A , FftlcUV, SIOTKMBKlt 10, 1864. FRHlAY. flRPTEM ni'.R Nl, 1M4. VOl.t KTETRt llol Tl BipM Is hastening fait! Volonurr I JIoI The diiwnlng toonn At liwt! Voluntwr ! Itnrk I Atlsrtt's rsrnpsrt" fall I Tjrnn qnnlie In HffhniOiKi's wall ! Kicidm. Vi.kin, Victor; cll ! Volunteer I 1.0, Rrrnlliiin'i doom l nigh! Vo'iiwrrr ! Ood hum hexrd the bondman's cry ! VoltinifiT ! fs'Iioiit ! Vri'f pnwt'r l brnkc ! itls-trd with ihtmdiT s'ruUc (od him-Hf tbc word hutli spoke t Yolotitt t r ! Now' fie lionr to df-iil the blow I V D'Utlt'MT ! Strike, ! tin luv 'lie tnon-fc-r 1 w '. Volunteer! What though sin vptt, "K-sreo'y tloi:'",, With the nnuon's litr b oo I rvtl, lUiirs its fJ,n!'in "t'opix rlH'ftd 1" Volunteer ! Wliat th( np') tri-inou tbrt .item , ,n : Vn'u 'it er '. With the writ (Iks tho child ! olnnti ' 81aei mil litre fern's full. South or Stn i , ( a imp or hall ! Coniincrins: mv c cumiucr nil 1 Vo miioi r ! War'f the roml o...

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