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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 14 July 1864

JLL TMJLI fflE EYENIiTO i I. PHI LA I) K 1 ,1 11 1 A , T U1M)A JUL V M, 1SG4. M a. M ..nV ! Ml ) lur, I All. SkF nly HO ' tin- II. . at ii.e. urg II' ( v '( v If ) :1 THIRD EDITI0N.m)M iaklkston. FKOM LHA LTIMOUE. GEN. FKANKLIN AT BAT.NUJT3. PARTICULARS OF HIS ESCAPE. SLEEPY EIBELS AND FUNNY SCENE 3. 1ATEST FROM WASHINGTON. UKIIKLS JTA-It AWAY jnto., i;io., jho.. ito., lit ci. Hprlnl f a Ttin Fvnlrir IVIearrrariti.' Hai timokf., July li. All dispute about th Itfety nl (tcikthi 1 rank in Is now tclilnl. He breiikta-tcd at r.urmim'r Hotel this morning, tind is r.o thi re in good henl'b and ipirits, givng i m lii g df tallx of hi capture and escape. He was rairlcd to a place In Carroll county, wheic the Kebclt under Otlm.re b.vouacked f ir the night. Mont of their ofllcrs, and miuynf tie nu n, wont to different farmhouse to grit iiin.eiblng to eat. Tney left Franklin ualer f uurrt m ar a buy stuck. V ben 'he n'glit waned, Ibrsc guards went to llop Fr.i.klin 1101 being sleepy, iys be to...

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 July 1864

i THK PAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JULY 11. 1804. 2 rcning Sclqjraphl A AH.T iTTHlOOI KK war ATE. OFFICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. rrta Tw mm m Oort. of Twir.fl Caare raa tHI, aaraMa M iM Carrier. Mi mallael ta anhanilhere Met ttMOttT at u Doixam raa AaaOBll 0a l"-" 1 Vos Twa Moerma, tavarlaMj IB UnM Ibr IM pert" i'tlWIiaMW kNtM M IM Ml reeae. m1 I nnfiwul antli rr iiiml t Ir J Te) twrw anneal aa ' " w. oim MwidMort r"" 2r2!"; ; h.tr ta iter,Va U",""''M 1 fobiMi ,. bat eeraataa rie "' Wecan . iMiMajtoMignun raj" OommunleliMM. T jaelawttewirej. ' ftwlrf nX faM aaeraaea fee III Olrrolectna dfTiri kvBH,K4 rsLMiRAPH, anmprlitnt ue lo aa u itnb at ao aarhr Mer. enraelii reiiei thai WurtlMinnnt niar : fc kaH4 a u " elnca, K poeeltie, io eecare iaeaa aa aaeertloa 1 all ef our edluoue. THURSDAY, JITLT 14. 1804. TIIK WAn NBWH. A we predicted, tbe Rebel, la small force, i land. Tbe Infantry column, which moved up from Frcdorlck to Washington, has roiTo.sjd - the Totomae riv...

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 July 1864

7 J a f I It, i not V m I r dSwntng Sclcgtaph THURSDAY, JULY 14, mi. SPIRIT OF THE NEW YORK PRESS, lending Editorial from the Xer York Tapers Till Morning. tiik ni;iiKi. m i.nr.r-irt char. in i n. JVoe tht Timf$. The Krbcle, In tlic conrsc of thli war, We mnrte ninny miivrmemt unl foiuht man but. tlrs or a flV.irn'f rliar niir. Thin l ist more, turrit of tbclrs Is of tlmt nittire. Wo have pointed om more than once of Intp the immense trciitb of Grm,t's pn-Mnn on the Apnuma tox. Il tan piKSnvd, wo tblnk, conclii-tcly. tht l if oor gpat army but remain llniiiy i.HnU',1 whtre It now Is, nn If onr rivalry arrn nucnn rniit.iari.lv anil .rem liantlv U.on tlio o n iiumI cntlm.s of ti r Ih : cajtltil, it will h - Vi v Un po'Mide fr UcMml his urnijr. r Jell. Dsvls ervl bi (luviTtiniont 10 iriiialn loim In Ittrri miti I. "A 1 11 v Irivi-stetl is a i l jr ule n," fur iliti l.np'e rraon tlmt if ibe- iii.sipf.'ers i: u, i it uiatnfain Mioir lmee, thf parii-nn mif ulrni: ni'l v sutvd nil Ir un wa...

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 July 1864

T1IE DAILY YwVENINO TK I tYA J I . A PIT. rJ A? J?P! ??P V JULY l8fU vnnnj 'SclcgtapH TUUISDAY, JOLT 14, if!. TIIR BA10M:T rilAKUl-'.. Tte.V tn Hip hntn-rlft rlisriiitlna: In thtin'lcr fibril ov r in top and ahl ranling untlur, N tails rover ir rath if tlie fiat lwa IlirttifTli lh ! J'tirtr'a hk i n ihc f.ue nf ..ur 'eh;r I ". Aid I wH ihc diuad ortlur : "I-i Iwjo.ipts chHijd:!" Ami leu krav., for moment'. -,nlrk .hler ? MrT' of oak ......I. r ra-nr w"' ';;v" " 1"l','r. 1 kk d..wn the lln nw "''""JR tiit, 6i-t the BtuHfliT that; tbfra arc Bxu.l pw.,n Int'rit'e "n anmMliiiiaT, ' on 'h A-"1"' ; il.ere't a swift (flume Hung upwar 1 10 pii-rcn tlie Woe .Kiea. 'Willie 'h thunder 1X511 ' neirer, distinct tlnoiiftli It all I catch fmoments of whimpers, ai B y, If 1 run ; Or that. "Shnn'tl the worst come, writo homo to mi moilur;'' "Tell in; tier, mj wife, that 1 died like a man. You'll liitl In yny knapsack, frtotxl," murmurs tmh.t, "A line I tirawkd when the bat'Ie lienaa." Oar Coltnel ni...

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 July 1864

THE T I EYTEOTN TED' PHILADELPHIA, Kit IDA Y, .lULY 15, ISiJi. rmH?TT .TO TITO A "A A 'A VI TT : IY M . ! . re ' - s 1 , xt-ft i -l - L- i i THIRD EDITION -NEWS OF Till: DAY. I TIIE I.ECKNT IIAID. ! Interesting Review of Its In- ception and Character. FROM VICKSBURG. g dedication of "Grant" Moauraont. 1 LATER FROM REBELDDn. Fourth of July in tho Uniou Camps. iiiy'n I, osxul, I'hinnrlulanl ev Conmicrrlul f?ri. TEOU BALTIMORE TO-DAY. MftUil tO'ire'e-A re Tue Breiano 7WiV-tsrA. IIaltimohk, July li. All Is iiiiol here to-day. No armed It b ls aro heard of In Hie !sete The .-.,- .. c, I... I :. I. . . r... ..it . i a j, '.. i-joiciii in iiwt. u.iimii-ukca uim un nit letevui- Til nU Cllir.e.'llS. JUUHIliess IS UUIT ClCIHg licuvciy resumed. Refugees aro gulag lnuao. Tho accounts received from nil parts of Western Maryland male tli.it Hie Rebels made a complete sweep of hordes, entile, and stuns of ovrry kind. The whole couutry is ravaged, utid the p"ople arc unable to secure tin ir crops. ...

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 July 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TFXKGRArn. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1P04. Qvrning SJfkjjtapIi A HAttT AITMirOOH tKWtTATXX. CmCE No. 108 8. THIRD STREET. trim fw Cam fa Oorr, a? Tm. Cam Fit Wra, Cum, aal Bailee I taliMMn as af ah. OMy M In DexxtB. Pn Aawaa i taa Imuii 9m Tm Mornra, tBTariaSlj in kItum m lk AaVariataasmts kiMrM al i a.nel rates. A M-erel timmH tsaaai ft etSenav IbmtUom. . Te Cerrss iiiwm. r. loan eaa a taltaa f imri (wwam; Wmr I klfc M kixM BHIM s.lSallci.S r l mn a UdM at tfce rit.r eeeeerii asf k.iwtn. . bl as nnntn "" " Wecan M Matt! k mm riHU gioMiiMkju. Tm . tswlrss W mM lwat.e la sse rrmi1eMi ofTwa ww a Tm).i-rn, eauis-esae ea vvt. l an arkr ka, we nvrtiMion, ft Su44 at M " ., If BoetlBta, w eaow-e Ik aa aaertlea ki af ear eIUone. : i u. FRIDAY. JTTLY 15, m. TNR MAID AND IT RF.ll4KJlltll.l fT. fs'ow that the raiders have departed duwa lb Shenandoah valley, and the Mhl(? srare" thry got tip In Maryland and the border eoun tlea of thla State Is at an end, wa may review lh...

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 July 1864

FRIDAY, JCLT 15, 1SM. wcarr or the new york pbess. ledlnj Kdltorinh from the New ri)crs Tills Homing. Turk I'ltt.HIIIK.VriAI.. Prtm (As Trlhunn. We cannot a- yrt be In litcoil tn fmbark la tthemTit canvass f ir the rrcslilenoy In prospect, rw believe tint m!t, rs of graver and mora preasit-g nonirnt should now engine th stte tionor the Amer cAii people; but ttier rimy be exprrmeit on public credulity too monsirniis ,.ape rtbuke, even though, thojr relate to a topic to remote, u iho rn-iilrtiry. Tims, ilw Jtoind Tvhlt. In finartic'a on Iho auhj.-i-t, gins the following a the tirrmttl nf th- rirnl pnrtics mm to the probable rot next lWcmlior, viz. : A' tlr,,a.'aa f-ti ta ... ... Coi.ne. ti.ui (I Cailinrnia J'11""' IB Delaware : ',w 8 Indium Min 7 k iitiirfc v Ww.;l,niMt' !2M.irjjnd Mll:I.IU:ll H Mituiea.la )N w ILmpshirr Mi-sonii INrwYfia 3:i NcwJiTpy V' t" 21 New York Rhode Island 4 Oregon 'Veituuni.... lY-iiiisilrunia Total .12-5 Total. .1.1 . 11 . 8 . 8 . 3.1 nH if;t. OalTortiia In...

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 July 1864

THE DAILY STONING TELEGRAPH. PIITLADELPIIIA, FRIDAY, JULY 15, 1801. I'BIDAT, JCLY IS, VVA. a soi.nir.n-s lf. rrru, AJID A Tltm WOMAN'S F1MBTLB IN ANSWER Hiwital, June . 2 Wife with a great ilonl ofjisiu, ili ftr lrlt I ve not Itf-cn ahle bcliiro aince Hie litlii, And my brain I still so nitu h in tin' whirl Tbt I can tell yon but Ijitle tu-nitflit, I'm woundt d don't stnrl lis u - , Or at least jt nufcUi h " 1 I . I -;.,)0 , .now tir.r f'nfo'cV woundca-not dead I" Ire lost toy left arm-thfr.. now you know U! A nitt.le rill sbilerel it and I loll l Tb last that 1 hoard w pur rnptain s call, Vmll-tbe rest Is K P'"ful 10 , . Tit had tbnwphont the most exctdtotit Cire, And I'm (loin finely, the surgeon artys. So well, Indeed, Hint ttie prosp -ci h imr lor a homeward trip before many days. ) Jtat I'w nomcthlnft else, dear Mary, to my, Aid I'd any It if it com me my life; I'ya thoupht of It well thcirc'a no otlior way You'ri rclfcttucd rroin your promlau to U) my rtfe ; Tonll think tne 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. — 16 July 1864

i! THE TO) riULADKI.l'JIIA, SATUKDAY. JULY K HU. Y A 11 A AW n i n AA I THIIRD EDITION, GEN. SLOCUM'S EXPEDITION, Defeat of the Rebels in Mississippi. OCCUPATION OF JACKSON. Eailroad to the Interior Repaired. . Vickkih no, July 12. Our forces niTrl fr m lilac river in the murnfiif of the Ha. In com mand of (iencral IVans. General Sloetitii j lined the expedition at Champion Hills, tlio wa.tlo lorce numbering Ion tlmn .TWO mm. The enemy were not oneoiintcrcd in anv r-m tltlerable Cone un'il tin- .1th, when they wore found rdroni'ly posted n tlic cut lunik of n er.ek, three mil s this hi Jo nl' Jinkson, un I narking a force und.r (Vlonel Conin, Uth iuii.oi, compelling mem to n'un ion tar position. Our forces occupied J.tckson that li'gbt. Tho f-llowirg dny, an our (ro.ips wore leaving tti (nwn, a ritlr.rn climbed to the top of the Stttti House, nml signal ilio Ki ln I cuvn'rv, with h were drawn up In line of Initio north of ihu (own. The riiirin w.is taken down urn! shot imme diately....

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 July 1864

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JULY 1G, 1801. taring tlcppli OFFICE No. 108 sTtHIRD STREET. FrM Tiro Oaarri Twm J.rr, 't Twulti Oarra r Was. MTM to be Carrier, .ad Mailed t licrlbere Ml of th. City m Su Z"LLiBa pea Anmpm ; One BiJ.aa oa Two Marat, kiTarUMT la adTane. fur U ') AanrMiaMuuei hearted at th. nstiat nl- A lilxml karaagaaeant khh fcr aitendea laMrtioaa. T CrwMilai" e atrn nakfiitMiif Aewex-na roiamnlellnn. ieter k mimfr.l Mr ImriM "' aiiii.Bliia,ie b mi M ait.awo w ake ni-i rwraieaariie fur ytXMalioa. kul a aneranire fhrbie imed faith. M eean- Jta to ret era rajee.e .vun.. To Aerlaiere. wti,.; to IM traM r.TaA". la tha nmnl.Mm of Tim eteaifia.eTei.Kifcarii.eomrtivlliria na to ro to i-rt-aa at en e1v .ear, w. eorenela retini'M that .ilvfrtLetneula mav Ba haarted to tn aa Ira o U.:, u DuaUkia, to tec lira taeaa aa laeertloa Mi an of our etlliiune. SATmPAT, JTTI.T 10, l.V.t. EMtal.ANn AND TIIK DlNO-tlEHn 1 WAR. If our people evrr leltnnynpprelionioii tt...

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 July 1864

Jill (Swung Etflcgtapft fiATt'HDAY, JtTI.Y 10, 181. 1TIMT Or THE NEW YORK PRESS. 'Icasllng KdlUrlal rrom the ew Tork tzftn Till Morning. MY M lit VI. A It." JT'-9m the Trillin. Marvlnnil l pro' idily ..m minium uf ilullun poorer tlii.i duv d,r tin hue Ki-linl raid, m ist nf Wlilih slic wouid linn- HiivrI lijr b n-unally or gnnlzlnfi (mil ilrilllns In r rwiiitia. Mm cii'it t.i June hi'on nMe ti ,ut lifty th iiisunil miitm inlii tlio lie'd fur tin- did nc of her oivn ImiU tiR", cro., anil ( utile, within f,ir:y. tf!it I'""" $$er liriirintf tlmt nn neniy was on her li ,nlrr - TiTe thon-Hml militia rn.nlry. inimntrd, on their awn liorsc, armed aniy with revolver fur -ki fi nhtinif, mul mrl,lie for u-c when ,lii liiOunt.il, n.lht have .vi-,1 m Imn li'ilf tln-v bate lust, Mii-h cavalry eon hi not he e,e -l,- I ' to nn woids c Him t,ulv, nor yet to reai.t. artil- lery; tint hovering on the Hanks and front of t the cm my, ilrmn in or (ip:nrmj? the videites, ,' mktii(r U.ihlifd ar his wkihu,...

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 July 1864

THE DAILY EVENTNO T ft I.FG1T AFTT.- FTTIL ADELriTI A, SATURDAY, JULY 10, 1 Rfi i. . . " Vr ! 3 ) ii 5 - i -, ,' i - ! 9 t m m w i i SATURDAY, JULY VI, mi. Tti Mule Mnlrl land ihl.irr BY JOHN 0. IXF i A Hong. I. Tl.fy My.littV mnirl, .,.1 .tl lw a she, V Imt'K tint Tint tWy any, little - lno. r ....i.i ii. i llrnivli. YonTo the ,,-.- ,, -, , v i -rtoi ' "'' " r -rft'e tlint lu jou ' n. T.h,,y iv, little uml t, qnoili lnwycr lli-own, rA tl.e'tii in ft mmi ii. all tlie t'ww. lll'idlilm.' IV BllC, AV Iiiii'h til it in nif ? "flnt tlicr nay, Mtili! nmul, qmitli lawyer Hrowii, You tuiglit ti Iw ilii'iil in a finer gnwii! hiivn hr, if they do What's that to you r in. TTiey sny, little maid, quoth lawyer l'rown, 3 hat Julia Hoile is 1111 a kr. ciuwti. HoiUlilio! n.iyi nho, W hut's that to me lint they sny. llttlo mniil, the lawyer aniil, That yun and Johnny are xniu. to ud ! hayn stie, it they tin, What's that to you Ttt Yonnir Artrfxi or. 1 lie NiiiKtuer Hliil III t niitriki't. Ponie time...

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. — 18 July 1864

kl" n EYE H I PHILADELPHIA. MONDAY, JULY IS, 1SU. HT'IF? IT ,"P (fiTR A IPThT U 1" i 4 (I ,1 THIRD EDITION LATE SOUTHERN NEWS THE DEFENSE OF ATLANTA. Tlio Rebels Consider it iu "Im minent Danger." TERRIBLE COLLISION ON . THE ERIE RAILROAD. i.t-. a: to. .ati:st m.wm l'Kon -nir. wot hi. TUi.timoiik, July IS 11-3.5 A- M. The fol lowing despalrd tan been reee'ved from r'urt Monroe, dated yesterday : Among tlio pri'tint'is rc ently endured In front of rctirshtirg, is .les-e Ne?ar, ncii'.ieiv ot' Hon. Jo-rih Hnrar, ol this district. Hy a ronlrnh.iml who lin .int osi-ais-d nn 1 ar rivi (I within imr 1 1 tic h , wo havt'otiuiincii the daily ltirhllliirttl Ihirnli h nf I'lC I .'tli Inst., which con tains the following despatched An. am, (in., July 1J. The enemy nr? In a position on the l.ortb side of tlio rivi'r. There Is some firing between tin- sh"rpshnnti?r, wiili oc rasimiul artillery In nig ley tlic enemy, w ithout ehini 'go. A small Ton e I" re'iorhd on the snith si 1c or the liver, ei...

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. — 18 July 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH". PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JTJLY 18, 1881. A I'AtLT AFTERNOON NEWsPAPER. OFFICE No. 108 sTtHIRD STREET. frrlcft Two PiTt r CorT, or Twn.n CrT r Tftan,p.ybl.tih. Carri.r.ftml mailed to Subacrihara at of the City at 8iDoi.lam r Antra l I' " Two HolH, Invariably In ftdviraee for the perh-d rdered. Adverll.ctnrnt. Inaerted at tho aaiial ralea. A liberal ftrraiuvcmenl load, foe eaUnded inertioua. T Ct.rwapwi"'"'"- Vo nolle run be taken r .(nmrmon" inimimlnlm liMcw I. laiemlc.l r,.r ierll .n mt b. anthm l l'lil ty .he nun. .nil ad.lie.. ol Ihe wrltcr-nol nece..arll, lor ah4l-aton. but aneraiiKH. 'or hi, md lulu,. Vie tftnn.it undertake to return rejected I oiumuiitvaixia,. T Advertinrt. f tnc to the fee. Increa.a In the Circulation of Tn vmhm. 1 a 'iKi"H. c.mp,-l;lnic n, lo p.. to pie". At an wrlT honr, wv a'Rrnt'T rount thai advertleini-nti, may Im handed m . aoon .. 10 t'cl...ll, tl pi4tiH', to l Ui. Vui au liierli,.M In all of our edition MONDAY, JXH.Y IS, I.V....

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. — 18 July 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TETTUPII.PITILADELPIIIA, MONDAY. .TTTTV 18, 1804. r MONSAT, JCI.Y IS, 3801. prarr or the new yoek pssss. tending F.flltorlnls from the 'cw York I'apTS This Morning. TIIK MAtllii rs A. 1MKURIIKM V, from tht Ttmtt. Tbc ociturciii oa of t lie putt few ilnys in iiii' produro ai.d nnniy in-n-Kitt-. jhoiv prvt'j' con chirivrily Ik.mt (oinpKti ly wc iniy rely, after a'!, On tlio opcrnti'iiiH of llic laws of tr.i'lc to pr.t.c! tbc public iipihmt tin. m.ic liiniVioFfl of the specu lators. Vor mmy wcc!, bm-k tiltniwt all tlio nccc(i.ru.fl of lire havr l.ei'ti bonirlii tip in cnor mou(iii mtltl. saii'l "licM for a rise," by a num ber of lar?c opcitora. 'ri,o.H tliU ric accord ingly, and tlio co;i-iint. r, ami cspei -Lilly tlio poor, tvlio bnve to make tLcir purclm-v. from clay to ilav, S!il!'cri (l aivonl.n -ly. As ia usii il after a period ol yrt : .pciilutinn, there followed ivlint Is frn.r-tl a tlifhtnrim in the muki-t tint i, iliiliiMiltj in liouowiiic mou.-y ut all, or a...

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. — 18 July 1864

4 TnE DAILY evemng Into a ware, of the whitewashc'., hall", W hero, the 'I"1'1 d!"' Uy', . it. TVomdcu )T iinvonotn, .,HI, ami "''; FomtVn.lyV lhvtlint; born- one .lav iWhody i Darlle io young; H Wearing yt ! i" P" "v.v;: " . Seen to Ve hll ty Hi- ' !'- '' ,'.v, ' .,0 f a.terl ami (lamp RUr1' "f r.lr "h " ill" of delicate mou'.l r Knel,o7lvV Purlin? is iylni now. Bnrk from t'iJ Lean-lull t,U.e.vcln.,l l.r;.jr lirn-b nil the wamletinit wave (if gold, fro". Imniln m liirt lio-om now, fcouiebod) ' ll uling is still und cold. Et Mm once fur sotnelKidy's ralie, ' Murmur a prnver H'.l't Htid liw; Or"" bright curl from its fair mates take, They were soinclimly's pride, yon know; potnetiody'i linnd hath rwte.l there, Waa it a mother'., aoft and while ? And have the 11" of ta, , . , JJocn bui'tized In the waves of liyht ? God known bent ! he lia somebody's love ; Somebody 'a henrt enshrined lutn there; Pome bod v 'a wafted hi" name above Niirht and morn on the wlnr of pravcr. Bomi Imdy wept ...

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. — 19 July 1864

FTP. Tin Tin i to nrc y rrri -tv - EG1AFE PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JULY 1!, ISO l. IMG- Y n "Tj 11 i i i i i i ,m 1L ILJl Til H WAIl NinVH. Our atlvie-v. from (lie Army of the Fotomne by mall are down to Sunday. A despatch ot that date from lioailiinartrs says: ." Our Prion have been eontraeteil, the left h iv- " Inc been fobieil up in sueh it manner as to inn " terially strengthen the tmnt lino as it now K "The left of the line extend') no further than " tlie Jerusalem plank-mail. Nipht befuro Iat "the 2d Corps was miiivhi'd out to the works " thrown tip hy the. lith ( orps near the Woldon " Kailruinl. A II, ink movement on the part of S1 the enemy na aiiiieipaicd. Ihunn k lm j his " corps fii masir n ar the William"' House. No " fn my showed himself after we had avuit ;.l " his coniiiiR a nlulit and day. The line wai " then shortened without farther delay." SheiuijanV Cavalry Corps has recently teon thoroughly remounted and re-equipped, an4 trtd a dny or two slnee on a trail of the ...

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. — 19 July 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TKLEGUAPII. PnttADfTLPIIIA, TUESOAT, JULY 19, 1881. Owning S-kpplil a i AnT imi- oo s unrsrATR. OFFICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. Mr. Two Ostrrt Fan CorT, or Twm.vtt Crura P' 1rK, payable tth Carrier, And mailed to BubscrnWe ert nf the City M tKlMtUM Put AKKIWl 0 D.i.a mi Two Huiithi, tnrarutbly la advance Cor the period rdrc4. AdvertliemewU Inserted t h na1 rale. ill rrftzigaift made for extended Insertions. Te C'orrrnpomlnt. Kn notice f an k tsVen nf Annnrm ' Comtminlc .t;-i.t A ht Is inimrtrd for lnenl n wi i aiitti"ii ,'e. l.y . nam. and addle., of the wrttcr-nnt ll. f-.-ynI) lor rsiNtration. hut an a eriarsnlce Ihr hl ""' '" "e d.uot undertake lo ratlin, rejeoied ( oininuiiiu.illon,. To jiVrtl(Mr). " Owtne to lira area! Increase In the, Ctrruhitini of Tor l. swim Tsi M.iMrM, comr lllng us to iro lo press at an early hnsir, wf nenly rriiist that advertisement, nine rliandlin a. o"0 an 10 i'cV. k, li pnasiti:, , to ure thean an Insertion tn all of our edition. TUE...

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. — 19 July 1864

TUB DAItT ETEinNO TKTXftlUriT. rniLADCT.PniA. TPESOAT. .T17T.T Ijj, Us i X Y t wiring Sclcgtanli Tl'ESDAY, JULY 1!, 151. EPHUT OF TEE NEW YORK PRE33. leartln? F.ilUorinls from the w Tork Fnpm This Morning. tiik Kr.M' ii.i. ion TiiiMirs, ! Ttmrl. The cfTcrTOrciiI cnthii'.iiisni tlirtt clmrarti rioil p polar fpolinx in tlic lirst singes of tin: w.ir, 1ms la a grout measure pitted aw.iy. Tlic national pnr)xJc is now more llxcd, stronger, nuil lis ilc mnnatrntlTC tlinii formerly. W'c o;npriliyiiil tlic work, mid Imvo delilxTii'cly ccitlcl down to cconiillli It. The ciilli for tr Mips are tiiit lillcd isjtli uch alitrrit)-as nt lirsMmt still the ranks of our nrniy nro coiitinunlly living replenished from enlistment all over the land. The new rail, ismim! vcsterd:iv, Inr half a mil lion additional volunteers will not take Hie mini, try by mrpri.-e. It has been experts! for none tune, nd all who wero runverxant wiih atl iim well knewtlnit it wan needed. It Is true that Senator W IM.n cause...

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. — 19 July 1864

Tltti I) ATM EVENING TEiA TUESDAY, JULY 19, .1801. TT TVTSTIAY, JULY 19, IPC. THE mOJiT. IT A. . WAT OM. MTnnn. -wV.il ! ia repn I'" I'.-" f"'r ye-ar r-r.H-Ur. 1 anai-wr tlie qieMtHm fti' that roiii-.er. A (rrmt lo-fift line of men, mr hoy, Who, hr t to brcuM with the foe, Ptr.ntl thrrc in the coll, the lir-nt, ami r'. Awl bear inch toila iipin and nm As I hope you may never knuir. Til a line of glittrrlni. (rnn, my l.r. And Rbrc keen and bright, And cannon (trim, whole Rrril.le w un-l Like mi earth.iiiHkr nhakej the tolid ground, Till It NKk in very fright fyorj man who .Mid" I" 'h:it Hn' my hoy. Kyerr man who hld a pun, in a .avior, mr hoy. f,,r yu ''" m : 1 hey bare bared liu-ir Iiohdiiis to mnke us Tree ; IVe were alaves unli-s It were done. You know whore our old home ubiod, my boy ? Ah .' J Know you remcmocr it. won . Fut the dear old house stands not there now, It ix pone; and tin pup.- have told ut how It wai burned by a Yankee shell. Tbey fired at our army there, my boy, Ou...

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