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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 October 1864

MING H rmcE TiiHKi: cents. riHIADKLrillA, SA'IUKDAY, OC'IOliKU 1, 1S4. PRICE T1IIIEE CENTS. TH VIE I V f r THE R'EIL ISVASI'tN Of UltCOUF.I. The I.file t Newi -I irimt llevrd 'it rp 4lriil)-Rn-rhlnit I. ..(or from Pllut Mnnb-Vct 4J.iicrnl I'.nci'it incut tordny. W huvs bnt little Iditional inU'lbecu in regard 10 iho morcmcn's of ttic Rebels ia South east Missouri beyond that published in yester day's lirpulnUan. Tbtio was no licttitinc; at De Sow or belo v that pint yesterday, where a portion of (.itinera! Smith's force are concentrated. A nptwt comes tijr telegraph by w ly of Illinois that tirirR wis hoird in the direction of Cape ilirarilcau yesterday afternoon, and it it not Iiu fsrohahlo that the llelfcls may have tnailo an a lack ou that place. The ditut n-trations of the Rebels tint fr would seem to indicate their real de-Urn to be tore for tho purple of procairimt supplies, plundering the country, and destroy Im; property, than UDHInror el-o. They nro mount.' I ontlid ry bst ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 October 1864

TIIK DAILY EVENING TELKGT?AFIT. PHILADELPHIA, , SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 18G1. s i f"y Y Il-t'lMt ttilY lllrtV'1tilt I i lUIlM vl ll Mill J K I ) SATURDAY, OCTOllKU 1, l.s. OBESITY. LETTER ON CORPULENCE, ADDRESSED TO THE PUBLIC. BY WILLIAM BANTING. Tim ri LL rnoM th i.atkmt i.om.on kihikix'.. I I Of all the para' lies that tilled humviity I d.i 1 not know of, nor can I imagine, any more d - tresilag tbaa that of Obesity, and having ,1 nt ' merged from a very long probation In this allllc- I Uoa, I an) desimas of circulating my bumMc I knowledge and experience for the benefit of mv fellow-man, with nn earnest hope It amy lead to the lame comfort and happiness I no feel und r th extraordinary change which might aim t be termed miraculous, had it not been ace on- ! lisbed by the most simple cominon-seu-e means. ; OTinstTT MOT APPRRUtATRIl. Oliesity teems to me very little undercolor 1 properly npprcciated by the faculty an I th mVi- I lie generally, or the former would long era tin j kave ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 October 1864

t (Brnunrj Sklcgraph SATURDAY, (JCTOHER 1, 114. TEC "JAM'ETJER JEEJEEEHJT," It it now cxai'tly a ycr ngi tlmt t)ic Mirf" Jtijrrbl.oy, a tenk built, cip'Or-tntt uni'd str-am trnriport, stnrti d I'roin .'Mii.'iij.nic Willi a rujj.-j uf Hindu convli t, ontt nicil In tnui-ji iriaiion in tlic Asdamau Island". This trnnpurt, named after :N ir ,i ia! pro prietor, the ticntvoient I'ar.-ve nun limit, Im I teen hired ) our fJovrrnnion to curry native convict, a tnot traipc R ( w hom lillcd it between decks the .luno evening, l.S.,2, that followed that in which the thlp lia-1 lett its anchorage. The fit few hoars after leaving port are full Cf bodtla and excitement thoro in rope to coll way, cargo to nhakc Into in place; the men need an hour or two to forget their lloen.-c 0:1 thore, and to return to Ftra ly dispiplinc. rty-and-by, etery one goci into his own groove, the ails till, the npes tighten, the rudder work, the fhip "gets her itridc," ho forget-i the land, and away fhe goes, true and ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 October 1864

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPIT. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1. 18G1. vmim Sclftjrapli OFFICE No 08 S. THIRD STREET. nr. Ta-s. r Crtn r-r .Curt, of Biwithk O. n in,Hf"l"M Can-tor, no' MiM to i.u rtbo'i aart tt Cr 1"' otl P Aston 1 Oin IfciL-la aj.r !." Cii-"r. ' To c M'iKTHa.tTi-rftrlaM' Hi ft'lt .nc. fc,a.twV--l jKwfWl'IU tnarrtf-t .1 tho null rnu. 1 Jlt-trftl yriirMil aaatl. f xtanttf-d In.ortlon i. i ...I., rtfi tUrl Of Ati-iny-i-vuM t-or-o:ltl-l'.-f or Wl. tartar ta fti.n.l. 1 for lr-ill .. n.Hl b. aul'i- i I' v.-l tr .... nam. and i.tilr-t r th. wrttrr il r"c ..a-il for paMtrattmi. bnt a. ft guarantee for tilt f fit'tlt. W, Mitel rlaa U rotltta rjta4 I Dnlirk'U li. T A4rtliMrav. r. tat W ttio frpat lina la the (trmU'lflf f Tn vi!(im t.L. turn, ouiilitna iin to an ta frr. at an hoar, '..nil. riiur.t that aittr.rli..m- -it. maf I. haml a. '. 10 o rlrra. If potllbla, lo i kii Qm sa hi In ail ot our Million. SATCKPAY, OCTOllKR 1, l'.l. Tina WAit rviiWM. Gbawt lias roramouol tlw (...

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. — 1 October 1864

TIIK DATLT EVENING TELEGU APIT. PTTT1 , A n K T, P HI A.. SATURDAY, OflTOREU 1. 1861. 5 vt', v Owning Sclcgrapli RATfRDAY, OCtOnK.lt 1, 3PIBIT Or TTTE NEW YORK PRES3. iiims urn Tilt: cAsvtHH. rro-n I.- TV' '. There nn at Iri.t uin1 million pr;'ni whn arc (jrctally anxious t do m"lilng to promote and la-tire thf MtcrrM of tin: Cuiun cutt-o RtiJ rvi.li. datea la the npproa Lint; eloitinn. M mc of tli in are 1c if 1 1 Todrs. Im. wiih nmtlier mil l ,n ir... lesions, will vote. of I'Dllr-P: lint thpr nh In more tliau thii. To tiiis rluss we prosi n. an the fruit of manr ye.uV cxpi'ilcn.-c an J il.irt in lOlliloa, Iho following tuiii'!tiiin' . I. l eave all trmtimr of li!m,'i l.lnsi, i Towbr 'itinrr. mul hu.tiin:,' t.i our u.tv. r.s ine-. it' rnn sev lit to ntunt am- uf their nii 'tnu'i ur .witnf-f. th(;ir prorc.i iii.mrain turii'i -h ,it in mtri.HTc, nsi.iv.liii silene. 8c a, a mi-.-. '.ator or amlitor yiin ti ire no tmslncss tln-re : if yon limr or ee liut yon cannot aliiilo, K" iii!iiy...

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. — 1 October 1864

1 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH.' PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OCOTHEll 1, 18G4. darning Sricgwpli PATt'HIUY, OCrcHKIl 1, lsf l. TO 1HV l.Vi:. 7 ' ' BY ft Q. A.XE. S! me nr.flly nd apeak tn mc low ; Mall' e linn vcr vinllurtt car : W litl if Malico were lurki.ii; w-ar ? Kiss mc, ilrar ! KiM m filj anil si.t'iik t j iik low ; KIm mr t'lftlT no'l spfnk to mc l-nr; Ktivy, tun, linn n ut. liful cur; Sv'hal If Envy ihouM ttlnin-e to h"r Ki mr, di-ar ! Kill mc softly ml speak lo lue low. Kl mi1 entity ml sjrmk In mo biw, Truat me, darling, th tnn' Is near Wbi n lovers may in..ve with isr-tri-r a f.-.ir ; K lm mo, d'ar ! lift mc oftly and apeak to me low. THE WKE-llir IlilH.X. tlT 1. E. HA.NKIN. We ha'e wre-l.it b ilrn at. In tic, Km. blitbeTOmc, c.innie, iiriitlH. lli at evrr Mne the ilay fin 'tin i, lias filleii tbe hoiisu' wi' 1 .f.-liu He now la twa Tear anlil, or inair, A' Rllli o' tonKuo ami foot; He rlimt.a np Ilka fatal ntair, He claims ilk cant of bout. flarrflt he t 'dJ'e nun' the slrct...

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. — 1 October 1864

TnE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PITILADKLHIIA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1804. jwuing telegraph ftATl'HDAV, OUTOIIKIl 1, lH. y it. Y Hit II A nil Cm. Im I for wnr ? Ay, to the ktiito : I War to the liittoi tn.l 1 fllll triior In rti sh ill ttvmtilin tune And trnl or knef li..!l liri.1 To the liiiMi din tune Ciurl t.rilAin.M Udoii this ranlilT S'.nol. Upheld liv 1 inorrnM nt nl.i. Mnjoriltvn thatl rule. Am I for wnr ? Tli'ink On... I nm "Short. slurp, ili. i-ivc t '." t nave one oiiiv s n with llmni. Would Gin! timt 1 li.t.1 innri' ' It otluT I'hlhl n nnidi'ii Rrown, With lntal ptiUe unit true ; lltciittn" lilt'ssinics i n her nntivc Un 1, And aiili the iniliti'T, tun ! Y micc licltl fni'li that war wits whvii.;, A Uu iKi r-liorn am 1 . In mttiiiK ttr.uiii.l, h irj by ; I ;ut had lie IIh-'I until tliin hour, f And h( unl nf .NuiuttVa slimm. Jfli think- his patri-.t mill lul tlui.l.: 1 ft With filling a I silniuc ' & IV'Sllt vn a d iPPit at tnv ll.ri.:. Anil lliruat ic In tli lii:t; 'rill ...

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. — 1 October 1864

THE JU1LY EVEN 1KG FJ,EGKAriI. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, OOTOnKK 1, 18G4. 8 FOUltTII EDITION IiTmy OF rOTOMvVC. MOVEMENT ON THE LEFT. COMPLETE SUCCESS THUS FAR. STARTLINC CITY REPORT POINT. AT Eautz Captures the Itockctta. ftprs'lnl o III KwcuIiik Toli'it rti. WAtiiiNOTow, October t Tho Star lay, : Uy tb arrival of the mull steamer Morgan from City PblBt we bare the following ncwi from tho front ; Esrlj- yesterJay monilns; ncnrr.il Grogs', cavalry moved out In front of Wurri-u's p wition. and captun-d the outworks of tho enemy on their extreme right. General Ore c aftcrvranle Kit heivily en? gl with the enemy at a point no.ir the To nicy House and captured between two and three hundred prisoner. General 'Warren Immediately' prowoilcd to fol low np the advantages thai g-ilnnl, Imt at the time the mail steamer left City I'oint at 10 o'clock yesterday morning nothing definite win known of hi further operations. General Meade moved yetorny morning in tho direction of Toplar Church, and ac...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 October 1864

i VENiMGr TE rm (G-ira: TED H LA. l'lUCE TJIIiEE CKNT.S. IMIILADKLl'lIIA, MONDAY, OLTOI.KIl !J. 1S4. flMIICE TIIUKB CE.VrS. 161 0- DAI'S WASHINGTON NEWS. rfieclal Dcsp;it In1 to F.verrtns Tclt;r.iiili. fL Whbhikotow, Oefjhcr .1. ( Itnltrarift Ki'io.lrc.1. tai The Orange snrl A'exunlria ruilr id i be r g fj)Ird to the IUpputmnn "ck. Tll 'rcallli'lll'o luWrillt. i,i Tre-i'leui Lincoln tit a representative reercit tf tho army on Saturday. jl, A Ni.HII.-r Iti thn l.nw. n Cnp'aln J. K. Herbert h been admitted to pother of the Supremo Court of lite I) '.strict of "lo arutiia. r 'ii In l lie Frnnl. jTlrlgadlcr-Oeninl It iwlinB, Chief of SUlf ii lat'0'',nl Hr.wt, In.iMy tor Hie frm', nfmr fin 1- ence cf torn- lot.gth for the betietit of his po off A t'orrrrtlort, .The report th t Commander It wn bii boon cV'if ncil to tho cinimutid of the nvil f irecs on J tosst of N.ir h Cirolinn is lu irrct. No jnlinpe h is hivn nude in that Department. c-r, Onfrnl l.ninn f Hnk In lllliiol.. sb Gcmml Jack...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 October 1864

TITK DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER H, 1884. (Emiing eclcriritpli Oiitr ftkiioopi' HKWrVAFF.R. Ori'lCE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. Trie Tut.., Oer. rreCo, or Kichtm frcr-tie (T Vria. pJWr 'T . and 1aikl to 8nri..irllieis et ihsCitr M '! i I'm A.tvt u i Dm: ii INi. fietr rmiP To Miixrtia.lnvartiblv In iirjic Mr tn-rrrx- e.ii. ArtrfrtWesneiltr rr-.r't. 4 at in giul rnwi. A tibf-al urirjwmii mode fM etteridec tn-,nloi. It . retire fan he taken ii a i.e-nymnns P. iMmTi'ndii'l Wri teer Is ifcler (li ii le Ife.irt' li hiimIOi N'itrt''li I sre. I fcj u e e.ree an1 son-... i.f he rltiT- n' il-iv" m fr 41 hlleetlon, but as irinrsiiln titr hi. i'.h 4 f.rili. earnot u&Aerlaae t rs ev. rvivierl rviuuu.nk;.iti4.u. 1 1 ArtvrNi-r, OtTnp fte (' ii.'rcM fy v.f i -iirni.i'An e.' Ti i r ttv.mao TiiM.fcvi'.i c -rn elllna UN to en 1A ft'A-t At Ml ear l.oae, aeli-. sell r. ijue-t that Art i rit'.iu in nnv l.ojvoeo tp a M r : In ovI wr, Ii possible, to kiuu.e ektre ID tmnl V. All ...

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. — 3 October 1864

I'Tfin in m i tiUH'innr imiiiM m ii" ii i.i Jin- T1IR DAILY EVENfKU TKLKGnAPTT. PITH, ADKT.VtUA. MONDAY, OHTORKU 3. 18-U. 5 MONDAY, OClOHF.R 3, IS. I 6PIBIT Of TEE MW YORK PAlS. l&Alng fCIltorlaln from i.- w It i n rier Tin- .1 ir.ima. rut: 1 t I III VH Tl IK .l I IOVM I KM l I'll. TV We bitvr-nut a iluul.t ilirin-ir iir r.ii will lie rfumi'liant ill hi gn !; nr hue n a dualit C tint I'n siilr-r.t I .In I" ii Ii rr-rli -i 1 lotheC'hitt'MiiirKriir.v to io n ,llr. Hut -Ii not cnti:ih V it c ' h m. . t n, . i,tri,n n(. lucccsst.f mil mi it ny Mt . , i n.-i it utri id Hint Mr. Mtitnin lie ti,,i. , . . i,-(,. t j, snpremel? U.ira'iln ti,- ti,.. l, it-Hum lio promptly and fori".rr orn hi t, mi 4 tlui ttio popalar rntrloii-in m-tii-i m, i minn-m .mr armits to tha' rntl. Auii' i. -it,i ci.i-ly ill -mm-ble that Mr. ..inn In do if lit r t-.l ny a impiil.tr IDi.iO'lly t9 gri'itt, nrj'l t . n i-xprt ion of Opinion ej i!iH'ivt, as to sh'iw toili,iat'ily the poTr nil ditoiniiuittion ..I tlic ...

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. — 3 October 1864

X 1'aetli'' K ' 8 TnE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPIL rniLADELPIIIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1864. "- . fa MONDAY, OCTOHKR 3, 1IV.4. THE ATLANTA CAMPAIGN. The History of a Philadelphia Regiment. TUB SEVEN rY-TllIKD V, V. IN GEORGIA. exthact rHnM ii.TriTii FFADHVAHTKim l'WKNTIKTH AKMY Clltll'S, Atlajita, biptiiu'icr 19, istit. I) ar K.ithiT: Too will ncvive lj thin mail iprntiaril) ) a cohi yUt rxrt of tbwt part of tb tfors:i catiitii)u fatiiolaietl io 1)7 tbe 711. A'lj iUnt Cbarlei iiojtr, ihfnh in?? Ir would lie of tub-rent to jou, tu bet d to K n 1 aa io iirnparo It iu rouih munu (crlnt, and if of mttl.rlim interest j ou may give il publiVlty. I nvail u.y e!f, iinur thHt you h ive 11 iFUIIif'il ik'tnil of tile 1 kit taken by nur rtigmiiiut la that miiipnin (alii natcly so inijiur lant at It fell jirovtd 10 ,v), of a a oujioittinl y to say, that kad it not Ici n f.r the 1 ra thai expi.-rii 11 x ami cqotrtd skill of our ii-m r.il, . I liu W. liu iry anil bis prrsvuee among us diirlug tho variou...

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. — 4 October 1864

V F 7 I'M! TI E YIENIMG- eeilkc&jra: TCD TKICE THKKH CENTS. rillLADKI.rillA, TIJKSIUY, OCTOnHUM, 1S(4. PRICE THREE CENTS. if. IS THE MURDERER MULLER. 'II Arrival In I.onlnn-ilrvnt Fmrlt Mal Ihftprlr Tnnfr' .rrtlr of the Voyngf. I'ran Muiier, the K.ig1.b nil ay mtir'l'tvr, , rrfvel in Iondon n tlio 1 7th ult.m , in citody of Inopvctor Tinner. His arrival avatid Intimte ! i ' ement, auU the paper are rlloil with a : toauts of the prisoner'. nppc ininre ami ronve. MUion, and report ol H'eexun.'nvJon .v. th! I. j treui PolUa, Court. I' appt-am th it lurii. the j oyugfl MulkT wnt krp; In tni; iV.tmlc hopt'jil on Lhe i-Mta, in cltargu ot' two poticenn-n. Only ft j liiciy pasfi..,'t rs and eoine Ruullrinca wor.j ; , lowed tptMik. to him on one or tv?o oo wionn. A gftltk'ttiftn mho W.'Mt nut ill tllO J irtoria wi h l ira, vii.tcd lilrn at (j h enlowu on the .miTal or the "tpfttner. ll. r conifed and ivn v3rit with blm (recly. U ate nmt ilr.ink d irine voyiif-'o as if U"thin;; h.id happu...

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. — 4 October 1864

THE IlTPJ TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1864, (Erruinj Sr 4 unr trTKmji WFwpm-. OFFICE No. J08 8. TH'RO STREET. rn Tun.. fi.Kr. fril.rl, or KiuiiriMiliaiK ran VllLWXUH tanlrr.antl ..alted In HiirHMiilnara MT HtMCHJ l Pn.artuM.aa. .. ajm'mi cv fw s an Itrtr ris T MoNtiiH,lnwlklTia ail.tur. r U. .rlo irt!t ' jitnrtwmratt rnwrtm tt th. nana) mim. A llbr4 TixtMi-.t ai.d. ft niidndrd Ina.nhin.. TUl'.SDAT, OCTOUKR 4. 1M. OaTWOK-fjf: t.R AI, dsKOWMK .. Ifl'll.l, THR HAW. I . At the late annuHl uinm m.icHliiij. li-l.l by the Republican of the Poronth Coiigrrsolonul Dwtrlct, at W-dt CliosUr, His committor! oti organisation tondorwl to M.Jor-Gunor.tl M"Caix the honor' of iiirpMinif over the meoting, but bplng unnblo to do so, h sent A letter, breathing lo;alty and ptitrlotlam In every line. It will be read with plnuuro by IhoowuM's of his bravo couir:idi'-in-arun, knrl eopeclally the rciinsylvanU Hntrvo.., as whose conimandtir lie won the RriUlt.ii.li! of the wbole country for mivliijr McOi.ixr.AVs rra...

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. — 4 October 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEQRAPIT. PIIILAPELPITIA, TUESDAY, OOTOimU 4, 18GL Tl K8DAV, t'UlOilKil I, IN il fiprarr or the new ?ork ras Tim t orn of 1111: ml . i it t Mrt i.ti.. i. .. ihi.ih. pram fa JV. Kri'ry Itibel ncw-impcr in the South, cvcnr Tory in'rnKT In I'.mtlwi I, cwrjr Imii.Tni nowiitnpvr In Frum-p. tXj'rrM- n hniu i.ir ttie lection or MiCI 1! ,r. Nj (' ,''crho 1 1 ni v--nper can ilfiiyiMi fut. I'. ry new nil I I 1 104- ! txlll'H on (if i. Now, h"W I- I' tliii! l;f . I Turlc-, !m;iii ill-t, ml (!ipH ihndi m n M'cli x"i'ir lin trt act-oid on this point s dm ' iliorp t'ii mil ' them ail m fli 'll 11 limning 1 fiKt worti: II M -Clvlliin aliuum ii.f-ilri- .tiralunt l.ii'ci'ii . I'ui it lie ( ili'ant (ur in- - h'ii-Ui ;uii kI.iij i.f our country Ir I,iH f(w,r llm ihchisd Ihov want tt.o Cmif. (1 ran wijiorl out nn i tlic I'niuti restored f l).i lie itiv,t-fr I ilassuj of hnvianti i'aaor Mm hiciii.-c ili. avunt our Dtiin iiva'ic Institutions to In h i tin il nti.l atrvngtliin -il ? th...

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. — 4 October 1864

LDAn'X TKI.EOKArn miLADELrniA, TUKSPAV, UOTOBKn j, . 180-1. TtTESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1MI. iitiir ir iK.rRi. min t it to HO. MMOI VA.nf.RON. Th fltihjoinod lott.ir, tn.ukod as it it by (H mphktlc tfrtrncss which clinntctorixoi ill tho yroducliotm of Its distinguished Author, will bo re id with especial lnt.'r.:sli gSAIM)ITRTIH( IlKr ARTUKflT Or VlR'MKliA KO Yobtu Carom), IK Till! KlP.oD, Sept. StS Ml Hy Dr Caair-roo Yoa will dr-m mo n moil Tlsl eurrspoBdnt. If you had bn enabled to ton mtm yon would bav found much of Internal Hmnli the qnntlun: What of the reunion Iron, four point of view I We 'J'"1 la front o l'it rmj now fT foar mouths which nav. by no man ben spsnt In vain. 1'rom the .xamtnation of thousand 0f prisoners and dnerte-rs, and Articles in thn sanilitm newspaper. 1 am certain that tns .y bin months of depletion to the nonthem annj-that the whole arn.-barina; population of Ibe States within the rebel lines have been ei-kaa-'td In the effort to recruit their forces, anj the a...

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