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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 September 1864

it" ; r GRAPH H A PRICE TIDIEE CENTS. rillLADELrillA, WIlDNIvSDAY, SliiTEMHEIt 21, 1604. PJUCE THIIEE CENTS. J JlLi , LI IP j Sheridan's Victory. DETAILS OF THE BATTLE. Rhodes' Body at Winchester. IMBODEN REPORTED DEAD EARLY'S LAST ORDER. in the l'mn, Sot tii op WtviursiTRit, Sr.r Tfmuf.h 2, A. M. Ere this reaches you tlio public will I c u(i r i -c 1 of another ImuIu baring taken place in this quarter. It was a h ird c in ti(t, commencing at I c y , l-h t on the l.h mi l fading only U mporaiily with the cloud of nillt. Tim who c movement was made up of a sor.es of eminently successful coniiunuti'.ns. I'.vcry tblrig on the field was more or less t-iiir ?r-l. The cavalry did some very hard ami r-plcnUiU lightim:. Mciriit and Averiil joined, und repea-ctly rharonl. It w.w A ei rill who turned rtii ciipiiiv',1 P' lefi Hunk. tukinir oiiu idovo of artillery, on the 1 Koniru y road. General U bodes' body Is in Winchester, in u private house. Ocneral Irnbnden li reported dc.nl. (tencntl Cr...

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. — 21 September 1864

tAlWr. " THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. rniLADELPIIIA, WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 186-1. (grating Willi A blt irrniKoow Hr.mtrLTY.. OFFICE No. 108 sTtHIRD STREET. Yvys TmriCMm PCorT, or PinnTCK ckt Pn fa!, fim l tM Carr1r,and MIM la Buhwrtben I Cite M IH DoU. ril AXXI'MI " II..I.I.AB riTt Ckbti m Two Mi.tmie, Invariably In adv.nc At re parted wilwwL ' A4nlMntiu truMrted Hi tha ntual rant. A liberal InuoMl uli far mende. ineTtnne. H s nsvaks. MM a taken of Anonymnn. C-tmpnnnlrillntil. W-ate-it ra.nilsil for tesrnl n must be antlo-n't. ate-1 lij Ihr inn rit " ' ' -...-. nece.s.rli) tor Ma.iin.n. bat a. a guarantee Tor Ms etHl luith. We guoot pntoukl t return F jeotd I'oinniuilicatK.Uf . To AdTatrtlnrra. Otrtof to Mi treat Ineeeata la tha (MrraUtlnn f Tit 7ffVtNir0 TKI.KrRAI'H, ContlH-llllIf 1IH f )fO tO pres. at Mil art? Imar, tr ai-Renaly roanc.! teal adtir'leim-iita nmf b.h.ndedln a. toon at lo n cl k. II p..aalb.c, to tccura them a d tiMerUoa in all of oar editioni WEDNESDAY. ft BP I'M...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 September 1864

... 1, ii . ,, V j -j y . j w .... ;v TTIE DAILY F,VENINfl TELEGRAFIT. HTTLAPKr nil A. WKDNKSPAV, SKPrEMBKIl 21, 18GL 3 i WP.DNF.SDAY, SM'TKMIIHR 21, 1S1I. PIRIT Or T11E HEW YORK PRE33. Leading XilltorlHls from the Xvw fork Papon TdIn Morning, OIlfFHIIr. llt ,tjt IMI-Hr .sit huh hi i; ori-Kitm: 1 1. from ih T'n. Ai Hie rut litcl liiTM 'f un Icr tin- mcnl wlirn .,11 othi'rrxicll iil-l.iil. (I. so (lie f ',.;itIh Is n i.v lililc Ihi m-vln' 11 'i.l. r infi tisi.iii tor thy 1'iimn. lint till! sliifl won't ii'1-.nrer. The ic .pin knu v xnrtly wlm' is i-,lC ,,., ih,.r,.. Tlrro li.is never hem n tln.i alien N ull in.lilinrii. n-ul I'er Danilo W,,od, itn l Si'unotir ilid not prut'oa an tinalttritli'e ii term ination iiovir to Kivo tip I'm L'lion. On ill t mutt r wp r.ui rhpcrrnlly Inur Wilno I Hint tliclr rcriir.l Is rii ar from tlif at irt. Hioy liuve Hlavs prntcntcil die n'vmity (ifkccp. Instill! t'ni.iii uiilir .ki n. V.iHsrvlinlnim framcl tlic ("li'riio ii'iiTitiii, and tiirnril out the...

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. — 21 September 1864

V ra rntT jL WErKjiDAY, s.nEMBKR Sl IBM. TIB T!()IDIERV VTE. T. ihw (Wn ol I. tn coin nnd Johnnon in IV ntiylvi. t tmvf thetitmr'.t ImporuiTKM. tor'tuf'ill v' 4 oitT fulliuii wHi'ii in Hie army lur uiir county . Iit at the Ortoher ioilin. m lvotimt nvwhlnirr W cnrrym on thm IrtVchon mII N.fimil.hr.1 by tin" Smie ri'ViTiiineni. Th worn of tlndlne o..( ho are enabled l vol... arid of mteridlii to m ni-w.ary worn ol en.ibluin Ihcm lo .oli, devolve, upmi you. II I. necevary that every ..ililier from every emmfT now In Ihe nnnr th'" receinlv nll'teil) hoillil ! Mr'il ' name, mitt the nmni aal of ten cenli paid lor each to entilile bun to "Ot. On payment of the t the collector mut cive Tempt in the n.ime of the .olilier. 1 f yon r:in, irt 'itiiplir-nte receipt, anil .eml on" to th' eulilicr hv letter, and request Inm, it he vote, hv proxy, t.t Ucloc tl IB receiit til till' envelope with hi. proxy. Tlcfcit" ehoiilil tie provided hv each county, aii'l eent to tli" Itrlil hv tin' I'l'inlilis...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 September 1864

EYENIN(G G1AFH. H PRICE TIIKEE CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, Till JUS DAY, SItt'TKMHKU 22, ISM. PRICE THREE . CENTS. . THIS T fOHN MORGAN'S DEATH. Ido Was Shot While Attempting to Escape. .ETTERS FROM HIS STAFF OFFICERS. charges Against our Soldiers Refuted. LiETTBIt TO MRS. GENERAL MORGAN. iParson Brownlow's Remarks. u., Ktr., !:., :., i:o., :., r.tr. mm th, h n .-. .'.V II'1,. . .s . --.'re 1.,. IUIh I- mi( Rebel fj nip ithicrs here aro chare; "g Unit tin' killing of the great Kentucky horse 'iirf was nn net of cold blooded murder, aud Hint tm killoil (iff, r he surrendered. Tho facts re I lint he hr.-ke nut (if his bed, without coat or ants, and whs running at the time ho was shut, unking his way nut of Mis. Williams' yard, and rying to fire back at hi" pursuers. Membe rs of is staff, captured at the time, boasted tlmt lie nil too much pluck to surrender w hen ordered, 'id this wo will nine In due time, and even lore than thin. One tiling in certain Morgan Is now in a prison Xunt ho cnu'1...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 September 1864

TOE DAILY EVENING TKI.F.GltArn. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1861. (Owning Sclcgcapb A KAIX.T ATTrRNOOB HR-grATR OFFICE No. 108 8. THIRD STREET. VIM Tmmn tr. Fa Oorr, or Etaicr Ckth P Wrn,Hr"lnM 5arrir,nd Mailed to Hubscrlbeil t rt lh C1T t KmtDtiu.lu P l AKKI If I ONI DoLLA rmt CT ro Two MoKrilt, Invariably in advtnot jbr tb parted dtrtd. AdvtrtlttsntnU inserted at th nsntl rim, A MbtrnI ftrrant; nut ttadt r attended Insertions. T rrspoittai. K-t hmM Hn mi of A nonymnoK Comm. nn.cstlnn Waste, at Is Intended for Insertl tn must be nuthi.n'lr-ated fey the ans and addr-aes of tha writer not neeessarllj for aublictrlon, but a a fuerantee for tils fond faith. VYt taar-ot uaderta-is to rernrn rejected Communications. Its Advert liana. Osrlaf ta It treat Increase In tha Circnlatiiw M Tus. F.MCtifn TYi..nsrH, rnmpelllnirns to ko to press at an earl, tntn, ere uraenMy reoucat tliat advertisements may fcs handed In as anon aa Id o'clock. It possible, to sccurt thtat an tneertloa tn ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 September 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1861. 3 V1 Till TiSDAY, SKPTKMHKU 2.', 1S!H. SPIfilT OF THE NEW YORK PRE83. Loading Editorials rrom tlio Xrvr Tork Paperi This Mornlni;. ItllSNItH. II ASK AM) !'.. from tf ft i f. Ex-fccm-tnr I'll ise ilrlincil lilt prjli'iral M.,i. tion nt till' pic- n ct:i. hi a sC'cli whii li liu ilo livcrcil tu at.opulnr H.19I iiilj a;:e in Wailimmnii on Morula cvin.i p. Ah b tn lei- ol Diirc, lie took lilpli mid c ' i I' ground in f.ivorot I'ri'ni tlefit Mii''"in, t'li' II. Til-.i-t- . I itf.irm, ami tlie I'nion ;irt) . II.- H il l thai tlie turrit s of I.iiu-o n and Johtivon "np-on-nt 'o-iliiy prin-lpVi aula policy, t!t j-in-. mil purpos.'s, liy which alone thin coiiiiiry rim he Mivcd. II' all the votcin would take my Blvire, tlicro would not b; a voto rnsl csci'pf fir Hi" so two (rrntlo men ;" and lie hi i I- d tint, in hi . jiiiiirnitiit, a litrgc niiij.ii ny of vntot w on h I ho Kivcn for thrm. Mr. t'h'isi' Ihm proceeded 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. — 22 September 1864

THE IU1I.Y EVENING TEI.EOIiAI'Il rniTADKlJ'HIA, THURSDAY, SElTKMBKlt 22, 18G1. T1ICHSDAY, SKITEMBER Q2, IH'14. GIKEBAL SHERMAN'S BEPLY TO HOOD. Ill Cmp''"" SoUly AnwrrMl Th rlnlm I.it" f Ilrnvn Plolllr . 1alk Tliua In Mrliii'. Hut fc'oi to )f"-rntlnr H'"li t ItyorrUy . Bll C-owdnrt triixnlly KivlfwMl. WAMiinuTON, hcpt. 21.-Ihc tnlluwirK l t.if rt plyol (.rrieral Pukkmas to (jeneral llnon'a chaw f "ttailtwl .nrl nnin-nfroua rnii-liy," wiiiih tn reonlTcd In Waaliinirtiin to-rl'T: Head-qdartkk JHilimiiv Liivikio or the MiNiuiri'i, 1 Tnu Frru, Ati.avta, ;., Sept. 10, 1P04 crteral .1. H IIhii, enrnnmnitlni. Army cf the Tonmwp, e iiirilirui eriny : lioiidrul I kere the bnnor to arknowlpilm Hi" iwi'ipt 01 your lettro. thta dato nt tho lianil tif Mwm, II am. ami Cmrw, conaoi'lmir to tlio rnuiK im nti 1 liaii pro ponfd'to tallilte the PMnoTal South of tlm peo ple of Atlanta who oinlcrto no in that ilirwtiiin. I enclose you a copy ol mv outer, which will, I an Mtiafleri, accnniplialiuiT iiirp...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 September 1864

MING T SOMA TED ntlCE TIIKEE CENTS. I'll! LADELrillA, FRIDAY, SKPTKMHKU 2:1. IStil. PIIICB THREES CENTS. rm TOT TIT- IEVM THE FALL FASHIONS. WLnt Will bo Doiio During the Fall and Winter Months. OPENING DAY IN NEW YOHK. High Trices, Trctty Bonnets, and Dresses. El., V.te., I'.lc, !:., r.U: ".., V.tr. Tlio opening of fail fashions ha" boon siirn il-i-d by a larger display of novelties this e on than we remember to have seen fur several years. Donncts have undergone a to:ul revolution ; ex traordinary Innovations have Iwcn introduced into garments for ou'milc wear, whi'c in dress ami ornamental fabrics ni my quite now and lcMrr design and combinations liavo mule their ap pearance fur (lie timt time in this country. Triiis, nf course, rule liigli, but this Is to le expected in "war limes," and as labor is plenty f iges good, and business ucilvc, few object to tlio advanced rate, Hot. nets which wore formerly told for ten dollar tire now sold f ir thirty, lui this set Di d to llmKo litt...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 September 1864

TUTS DAILY EVENING TET.EGUAril. PIIIIiADELrillA, KlilDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 18G4. voting fMtjjtap.. OFFICE No. 108 8. THIRD STREET. f-rlef Tvmiii 0tm P OorT, Ktnvr.aii Oawr. Put Wan, "arrtaf, aaallad to Rulworlbort at t City at H' Doclam Faa li!iOai Dnixaa m ptrrr f!i roa Two M,iimia,riiTar1a4y tn xtrimi trtiffxMnlnl. Mtkama turtsj at tl a.sal r.ua. A literal arraacraxal aaaat for xtaoawd IBMrtMu. T ftrm ria. mNm aaa b laVaa of A mitifmnii. Cmi montrattonS. tlitnir I. MHnrh-tl for Im-crtl n mti.t b aulh.-nil at.,1 tv th. him and aadraa. of th. wrlfar not ai-cf .arll for a,nllaalMn, b'lt aa a aiiaranta. tr hi ipK'd faith. W. oaaaoi aaaartaa. ta rctura ntjontad Couaunicaiiou. T Advert law. Aw to an-at tncraaa. hi Ilia Clrmlatlon af Tn stm In ", .n.rliln tin In bo to pres. at an arlThoar, wa araai'Mx niicat thai adv.-rtl-ruiMH. m.r haad a. aa aot.a ai 10 oolixk, II rall,la, to art ar. than, aa ftaoartioa tn all of oar aditlor... FRIDAY, BEPrKMDKIl 23, IRiH. Tl 1 11 WAIl NldWM. ITsd It not ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 September 1864

TIIK DAITiY EVKKINQ TETiEG H A PIT. riTTL A T) f iLtM f t A , FKIDAY, SKlTKfnWrt 2 18Gt. X in I TUI) A V, SKI'f KMDKIl 21, l'i PIRIT Of THE NEW YORK PRFS8. iWtdlng Kdllorlats from the Ni'W York Pa;r This Morning. ntiiii)itwii. ttr ur.. iit.ir. rim, fAfl 7i .,. Mnjor-Orncnil T'uMiiont 'Ii1mIh'- ,i UmI'T 'ItlitlrawltiK Ms mime from the listot i .111 li.Uti's ir (he rtc'iili ncv. Ilr leux thiit t'u' inium f tin; Ii-piblMn 'rty Inm now Ihtimiic n iiiru .m mi 1. 1 ecetty, mi. I I- iimulm tint he sli ml 1 m ,nil s an iil.Male in Hie way of Its am , Ilu ikr occasion to iiiiluli- in s .mosoviTt; aniinii I cTNioriw iip'in l'n-.i.iiu. Unc-tilti Mil l lii.s p., lie , llll II liail 111 I'll II HI l'llilt.,. ),., r, ,(1in oohrniR, who who (In- Cli'vi-lnri'I nti'iii'iou l.ir Irc-rn-ciflcnt, Ii :i - n! u HithJuwn l,i. n,,,. i iin ll.r ticket. 1 In Cii'cliiiid(i r'li: nl movement never really noiii.tcj (i miifli. Ii h ul in inn r inherent leii npiucnt Mrci.ytli. Ii lia.l tlm smallest ,i,siltlo mis ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 September 1864

J'L TI1E PA1LY EVENING TELEGRAFII. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 18G4. 5ScIcjjtapu TBirAT, BF.rTEMUER 33, 18R4. PEACE 0d. fMtpvMnUj dedicated to the mombcr of the , e..a-et-Aa7-Prl-.Clnor th. Nineteenth Wurd. o1 M all eibar whom It may concern. Am "Roln the bow." " CV m. tl who ar. "loll of commotion. And Hie 4ln of tl.is horrlnie war. C' ui. wnt end "l your devil ion 1 o our party nf ji'a.-e. of Tro. (mM' O. me mil with our part" true, Our notable wlilto-Ml'"r crow : We how to . or master.l-n.DavN, .,, ., IJtnd .hout lownwltlilho"i.'d,hit,aolblii.. W. hnW f" the Prion, rwiitfl tm brother In i?"" w'H aire.; If rot. 'iere far better divuhU Than (0 keep up lai tortlb t s.itec W. are nr.pned to .11 drafts and taxatl n, And n'wava aiialiist thr u will irn, Uih nu.e f ho 'rr constant veHll"n TO our frirmit ilown In lllle, u know. TleMees. we e. nslder It better To save h-th our treasure nnd td-iod. Than to spend tl.em to he p bn-ik a 'e-t.r, Or to ta the opt ressor l atrong rod. Fo...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 September 1864

H A PRICE TIIItEE CENTS. iaUIADl-LriHA, SATURDAY, SliPTEMHKR 24, 1S(J1. PMCE THREE CENTS. I'l IU' I'?' I, i-l .-! 11 Din' plac ,10-: id ,' ftp lull ,' K3'. 1, . M. I..lln l.lllr- .H auu CE'i 11 D. la ' s 6 I, 6 6- ' 7 11 d fr..l IT I HIT. , 1 Uvj dunk 1 FRANCIS AGAIN. TRAIN e Fircth Another Bombshell into the McClellan Ranks. E VISITETII THE SHOW IN UNION SQUARE. o Givcth ItiU Impressions 'fbcrcof. ro f.EMMUL Vi:oniiB II. MiC'i.m.i an, Tiir, An Osmiid.au: or tiic. Tr.m u Piati-oiim. uto.m Hoisr, Nituuia Fulls, September l', M: Cn-w.r bad his litmus, Charles the l ust C'romwet'.nnd f Icorge If yon ke -n on a yon vc tirpun (lu NovcoibiTf, yon tron't lone any l.an; Sutnlay I stated that Ton wonUl lo-e ty Stilts but one. After wltnossiii!j your Chi- io peifimiiince Saturday night I am coni'idou i will lo-c Now Jersey. Two nioro such slimv. I tin Empire City will give lifteen thousand linst yuli. When Pennsylvania, and Indiana to J'jh down among the de id men, yoa wil fhdr.aw. .Some mind...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 September 1864

m I nil ijfcftTi . THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1861. 2 5-. fUTPRDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1S41. the oi.n vvieiiaw. Y J. w. ii on tch in. The fbotllebta blaze, the curtnina riac, Ai d prvrmir are a tboimanii ryei Whrre tirrllpil .injlgle'ii amit Bific ; With aint iKKrimcii caoh trnihlf.sj rm:C. Ton moiintitinnk of otiowy hair, 1 fll could (lmr Ills home itmpalr; Vex r, worn-out, rrlppti-d liark-iuin, JH effort Tail rcaiioc t to win. WhllHl honored ni though lorn and weak, A ttitompc with south nny m-k, 1'hii old, orxMlirrit, hired clown Jhx k bis Ml joints to pluise the town. Old in, tlicy wmrt rcpr by n I h I ; 1 lie need ami forpi'tf I a mlt'ln ; "J is rniai'd to guul.-, or to v ,re-j Ti folded pra.serfnl, ami i 1 1 K s . Tl one trern tiling hitmls liatiR by hid hldo ; l'lioe Valium hi Minus di ridu; And ssLm to points the text m iv nor. Yi'th lend KUIIuw the gruumlling roir. Thonph chronic piins nmy pinch Ms fr.uue, He mu-'t lie Monina, evir the xii...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 September 1864

Gvtnxm Scltgraph i IATITIPAY, SI.TTKMHER il, lKf,l. nir m;i.r.r. I.T AM HI I) "Your ringlets, vmir ringlet, Th:it look no ui'lilcn (tay, If to i will Rive inn one, t.uf one, to kiss it iilnlir nil. I il.iy. Then never rhillinir toticti of tunc Will turn it diver rey ; Anil thrn shall 1 kwm- it ' nil true oM To fl,ime ami spirk:e ami attt'ittn a "1 oi l, Till all the comets in llruveu aro colli, Anil all tin- stars demy." "Then take it, love, ami put it ' J Tbii cannot change, nor yet can I." "My ringlet, my ringlet, '1 lion art so bullion Kay, Now never clilllitis touch of lime ( an turn tin c licr prey ; And a lad niav wink, ami a orl iiiny hint. Anil a fool may nay hid say ; For my doubts ami four were all amiss, Anil 1 swear licn-clortli ty tins ami tins, That a doubt will only como tor a kiss, Anil a tear to he ki.-sc.ii away" "Tin n kiss it, love, ami put it l'V ; If thin can change, why so can I." 0 Rlnrjlet, O Tlinelnt, 1 kisl you ni:lit anil day, Anil UiiiMlo. Klnclet, Yoji ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 September 1864

TOE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPnrniLADELrniA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1861. OFFICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. rr T 'or rtCor, a aVOHTa. (hurra Paa tM, par!.) Ik Crtr.Mtf MM lluk.orltH.ra M 0 t Kiita Ioll m mni i oi l..u. an IVftt ewTi m Two Worn. iD.trUMf In adTnt ftr h. VW4 .nlrd. AaXrataaaaata tnMrM at th. (an! raua. A UMral rtM( at .4. toe mmd in.aru'.ifit. T erroaftnta. fMiMlrfn b takan nf Annnmn. rnramnnktt'n "I WWw a tnlfi'lrd ftr In. aril n n.u.1 fc. authi n-t.-at.il ha- Utlimi and art.. raft. oflh trrll.r-art P''rp..rih f ir p,ill,-4t,4Mt, bit ai ft aiiai-ant tor hi. av.l fAl'h. W a aaaot 4r.k u nlurn rr)eot Oomisiliilcatlolii. Tm Artrorltm-n. Of M Aa tTMt lnrra. la la. lrnlat!n nf Tit Ti .'.ra.-h, t-o.i.pHllna ft lo no t4 prr. at an AM. OMIT. W Uruinti ffVIIIOMt that ll1vPriUlifi.lk ....... ta haaitml I. iimii a. II) n'rhx't, II a.aill,l,,. ... ... llr- them aa la ail I of omr mlttloaa SATURDAY. SF.rrKMBKa 24, 18ii,. TO HI KIF.4 M K. The t?dy advance In the values of mir Chndie, f...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 September 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PiriLADETilTrtfA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 18ai. Owning fcclcfltapli SATUflDAY, SKPTKM HKR 21. lSi.l. SPIRIT OF THE NETORS. PRE39, eW LWMllnn KdltorUU ti j the JTrvT fork rpert Tbli Morning. dim, tiii;w arhkhiohi:tiii; mm -11 it a r ii.i kit: Veai fa. Ti c . The tli klipntfil traitors .ml tlir ,fil,-lrurii 1 poltroon" who cnmtilni'il lit Oiii .tiro In nomi'iiiti: MrC'IcHim nrt'l I'milleton, the nmu wt,i ul ny drluyeil tl sr. sml the -i'in. ho a'i. iy. 0-poi-fil It, linrl Mvlcd th" w if a f liliin', and r uled for its n1r,,lrmi rnt. IV, if hut m ili,e Cici- lues fr-id ever :ir'i liiitrl 'ti it ticr'no i l. Not one of Hum km w n ti v tti i" f nf vl,:it llicy .1 lirn-d ante w it was prompted to tliom In their own coverts, 1'7 cilher tlic lis.ost m"tiv.. or the ricunct lHlinet. l'rpi'i. ly a did .lii,lifi -count Cliristiafily 11 f.dlure. l'tvci-ely fo did llencif' t Arnold, In liN let'er hleh e printed fn Mot:ay, di , lure the Revolutionary War a itllnrc. The...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 September 1864

JUMatHH . TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH FITILADELriliA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 18G4. c Gluing .degrapli SATURDAY, REPTRMBKR 21, lsfil. T1IF TOI.I'NTF.r.lffl TKIOI, llT MIS II. C. BOOTH. list rlcht t lay in the rain. And looked np to heaven ttiro:i(th the nl'-ht, A viclon rnmo o'er me, ami liirht'.l mv hrniri With a ?l..rv thiit never wlil Hood itnpHin This tide of llio Klvor of Light. And I lif Ar.l a woet onnil M it enmc, Like tlie llutL-r of liulliery wink's, And tlie voice of eri'li kept lallinir my nmn", And her breath In my tiesscs went playim; the name A the nir fn an infttramriu'i strings. I told my wilil heart to be still, 1 ht the vision wus nnuulit but a dre.un, For I knew not that over tlie ami; thy. it hill The feet of my darling I ad wand rud at will On the banks ot Kternily' mreiun. I said to tlie seraph-winged lilrd, O, why have yon come, from th- West ? And ehe told how the liuvus of the I'uiTHt were utirred By the feet of th ntagelii who brought her the word Of a la...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 September 1864

Ur I 1 TITR DAILY EVENING- TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1861. 4 HATt HDAV, KKITKMIIHR 21, IhM. two conRADB in akh fhe Ctt'if'irtiinn. oiurmlo ! I hear the liru'lni; of it lrum , tve reinforcements conic ?" hero il n fujiniti mivc li st whippm will ring from yonder lull." omrndc! I Fee spiriting mnnsion stuml. li t I'T my gmmMre 'a baml." S(i boiiitiitl iiti'Tiiry hnve loft stone ut I may oil my own." CKide Itl liertli my j.'t mlc Imlj' i0 sweet ( IhM In h r nun." .otenilor wile upon her loving lit jst ills bulie of in. lit' lo list !" :m! how her lirialit lintr falls in enhlen .snow is. wined with fitittttnnnl Unworn." -.0 waving hmr, Ly ttni:r.iiit i!i".v r -tg pie-s- I, as my rough bund c iressed." h what cm limit, il wing tlie mi if: i'lUte 1 1 i e s inrir ' by tlio-e heavenly eyes." i low (j. - i J mid how Idiik Hie mhI In , us seem ' in b ! 1 cannot dreum." irnln I hear tin- he itintf of a drum , 'inrade. ling t In' loe eomo '" ft'ce, that K'e il fee or frien...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 September 1864

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAHI. mn.ADELIIU, SATTJftDAY, SEPTEMBER!, 1864. 1 BATVRDAY, SEPTEMBER 24, 1864. THE GEORGIA ARMISTICE. HOOD'S LAST LETTER. Closo of the Correspondence AN ATTEMPT TO REVERSE SHERMAN'S DECISIONS. A MILK-AND-WATER EPISTLE. A Final Appeal to the Almighty. It., ., Et., :t :t,., r.tc, Ktc. llEXDUl'ARIKR ARMT OtTf.NN.-F.F., f 3llW- fcer 12, li4.-Miyor General V. T. Sherman, Commamlirg Mili(ry Division of tbe Mis,i iiiipi : General : 1 h ive lite honor to know ledge the receipt of your letter ol' the Uih imUiTit, with Its lncloaine, in reference to tlia women children, Mill ohcr whom yon have wen propor to expel from tlteir bomm In tlio city of Allium. Had yon seen propor to let the matter rent there 1 would Rlntlly hnye allnwH your letter to close this rorreHpondenofl, nd wiilioiityoiirexprenin It in words would have been wiillni; to beiirt that whilst "the Interest of tlio I'nitcd S'.atoH" in yonr opinion conicllcii yon to (tu a ()f Imr barons cruelty, you regrette...

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