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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 October 1864

TP E JIJE. (GtM, PRICE TUREE CENTS. FIIIIADHLPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOHKIt 31, 1864. PRICE TIIREE CENTS. THIS iSVJENflW A 3 1 -JLJLLo t t t - 7 TIIIltD EDITION THE LATEST NEWS FROM GRANT'S ARMY. The Operations on the 27th inst. GALLANT CttAUOE OP TIIH SECOND, FIFTH, AND NINTH COIIP3. Our Losh but Fiftoeu Hundred. THE Cf.EMY'S LOSS VERY SEVCRC. lijht Huailrc.l zri Twci.iy-Eijht rilsc:;ers Taken, an, .Four Eattlo-Flai. lienor it r riiH An v ni tii i: P hhm u , V'to Lir 3d, A. M. sin o the army returned to its oM qnuTtrr on Friday, nothing of import. in 'o his truiiipirod. Tuo enemy's cavalry billowed our troops closely as tin y return': I, but were pre vent d from doing any d I'lriu of importance. The only ciptoros tbey m id.: at this t ma were some eight or ton ambulances -, hi -h hud t ken n wrong rood, but en u time they could not tret way. Tb tmr-cs wie rut 1 lose and run uil", and our men burned tbo J',mih. Th" Robcl cavalry mndc repented attempts ti charge, hut were ench lime repulsed ...

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. — 31 October 1864

TTTE DAILY EVENING TEIjEGUAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER .11, 18G4. 4 BAXIM UTEKNOOW VRWRPAmm. OFFICE No. 103 sTtHIRD STREET. trtf Tweaf Own frOorr, or KinnmMCmitFrt Waaa. fr Mt U rurlw,4B4 aalll u Rnbarrlftorl aaet Mw ncj at Hm rwjt.i.An rs AKkin i 0" Iktui air Tfrrr Otirra roil T o ftfcMnie.tnvarlafclrlii attyeroe In Pit perle enteral. aUtTerlUeeaeau taeerwel at th nanal rate.. A tlrwrel I ataate far eiten Jro iDoorUona. T drrMntiii. W.i fle e-a e taken of Ar.onynwoe t'ninlnimlraf'nna. WXI" lltMHien fnr In.i-ril in mint he null i.ti-lr-ateil kr IV mt awt arMieaa r.rthe writer wit mvrarerili hr eaMK-atmn. tnt at guarantee lor I.U ni.od fniih. We e en not aaartax.e ta return rr-jeote4 0nunotmic:itlija MONDAY, OCTOBER 31. Wi. 0!iR NtRdl Of MIJI. GoTernor W. I5hdfokt, of Mirylinl, ha lamed proclamation untoum-lug oM cUlly the tdoptlon of the now Corntittitlm In that SUto, ly four himdn d and spvonty-flve mi r;ty. "Noarly nlxty thousand vottm wore pnlM, yM the frlondx of ft-nodum 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. — 31 October 1864

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAHT. PfflLAPEfiPniA, MONDAY, OOTOnEI. 31. 1861. ii, V MONDAY, OPTOITK HI, 1 I. BPIBIT OF THE NEW Y3RK PSE3S. leading Editorials from tlic rw I'iipirH Tills Mitriiliii;. Turk ant Rr.( oor.st(K i nm i:. from (V Tr c The si:r:tict It crai bio ili" i.t. h fr mi ci'i' Corresiionili lit, wliitli w i islicil i cit-.r.luy, and the fiillrr dHuiln nliicli hit piun ln-il.iy, jrH'Mn viiw i'f tlii' uii riiiuiif in drautV .ti.iii onThuifo'ay wlili.li may Lx teail'ly gr.i; prd. Tlio iimiilii r of men fiiM.d In the rec n n 'I' fcnP mn be i-tiii!li(l iili t Icii'ile a .uriiry; Ii-it It Is h Pl'-li lit t'l g..y i!! it was eseon'i il y n pintld wuvimrnt, Imvl'ip rrpinl f,u!ely to tl;0 ft'Ci fitli of tie a .r unt lr.tr e 'lumn-. The 21 tli.rps took lip i:t lino nf msrrit osrlr in the murairg l.y the ixticiiiu !e;'i, 'TiKin out in ;i soulhwt-t. r y dtrtcn.iii r tlio nu 'liart ruul, rroi!ii r h etc k etillcl II i clicr's run, nlii" miles from III lurnur loisiuuti on the' tinnk ro...

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. — 31 October 1864

1. I THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. FniLADELHIIA, MONDAY, OCTOBER :Vl, 1864. THE PEACE PROCESSION OH SATURDAY NIGHT; From Sketches Made The " Head and Front" of the Procession it and Broad Streets, about Nine TU CAf'RB OF TIIU " DEMOCRATIC INsriKATlOS," THOM TUB VKIOM LB.KiUU BOi.M". Taa nuNsrABKHCT which ulicupd "DAFENIN( ATFLAUSJi" rnoM Tin 'lOVF.B W AHD" litLKll.VT10.N9. UTTl MAC, ' TBS TSUfSTAJlEMCT SISrLATED II ncn cr tub commonwealth bviloiho AT Tim MOMENT - MR. JAMES CAMPDELL mi. HUB TO 1 UK GROUND, BY AHLOWDZALT BI ONE OF THE HiOTtBS. yAO-IMUJS OF TRANSPARENCY CAR RIED IN TRK PROCESSION. SPAOtf- PI SWORD Tb Fourth Vard bort a trantp&renry, Of which the foltowiag i a fa-eimilc Thtr m a young man of Manattat, light monthi, he taid'Snrely they'U throab uj They ikeditddled one day, Jit ran too t'other way ! XtpoUonic yonng man of Manaieai ! Tbe KnUmcnt was to much appreciated by the 'gentlemen" of the procession, that upon the cry "her they come" (tlf referred to the Adoli Tio...

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. — 1 November 1864

TTEJLI H if PRICE TU11EE CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, TUKSD.VY, NOVKMIU'Il 1, 1S64. PRICE TIIUEE CENTS. if: THIRD EDITION AIIMY OF rOTOMAC. GENERAL GRANT'S LAST MOVEMENT. I rrceent Tosltion of tho Army. JIhapqi ARTMIS or TUB A R M V OP Tl( R Il f 0 xac, Ortulxr 30. The utmost quiet h is prcvadet along the tint to-day. Even picket flilngscouio J l he Hopped by unanimous consent. Since tue nrmy returned from tho late roc fo ment towards the southide of tlic railroad, tho regimental and brlgalc rumionn lers have boon holding inspections, and the command art) being rnt in as effective a condition a before they Started. OtToiu.n 3l, C A. M. The enemy attempted to play a sharp trirk on our lines at !).' o'eUck hut ulirtit. It was partially succe-sful, bat tho main object was defeated, wiih considerable loss to them. At the rmint of connection between the 2 I an I ilh Corps' pi 'hcts they made an cntranc;, and assttig from one post to another they pme'ratc.l the lire for tonic distance, taking all...

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 November 1864

X' 1 OFFICE No. 108 sTtHIRO STREET. Trvm raunitt rnCnrr, or Emn-rrrv ft rsrr.it T.ea. aarahl. aaraa Carrtar, and mailed la Mulnsrlbera M l ea0tj m Rm Dolus as fm o,, t,,i t Ar. nrtt ln ma Two MoTiia,!nvii'i:jrUi A.lTrce fee in part. irdeiad. 0rwtiMat( an leiert. i at tha nui mi... a !t'-oral Arrant "aaaa! Aff-citendeafni.erf.'Mi 1 ' CrrtMuilxn(. Wa san be tafcen of Aeotiemmi r.mt'itnlr -t.t,A I i--' I M'l.il. ( ti.r Ifsertt'i'i ruin tw .ut'l. .elr fed ' ar ! an and d!-- el the writ, r-nit n ir iie.,l...r , C .llieabft. a-ji a. a guarantee rr b-s ......i neili. Hi aaoui aaaartave to man. r.',.cted i:a.ui.iiiicriioiii. ? "t " l' rtwrriMna. . , te wta ureal Inerease fa tho I -ii-rit.i'iT! if Tit JaHiso Te. rnkit'ti. er.mrieliti. n. In in. to at an aaily r.e nr,.enij reiuet that dii-ni.c.nn-i't. m .v k. I .' ai a.in aa 10 eel. a, If a,,,.,,,:,., mi a.-rnrn a hwartion lu all i( one i-i'ttlotn TUFSDAY, NOVKMIiKR I, If" I. A bLANCK AT TIIK l-OIIIK kl, HlHtll- The National Di-iHocnilic ('on...

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 November 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEQITAPIT, PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, NOVKMUKtt I. 1804. V I I '1. I ' .1 TUK8DAT. NOVRMnKR 1, BPiErr or tee new york phess. Lcadinj; Kdltnrl.il. from the cir fork rirH Tii l Morning. Iiik KonriiKiiM hii. tiif t.kn ik in iv ur nil trio. r Til KM. frrm (a. Hfn'l. The comintnt'l.iri of l:o!ilc ril.le from OanivtU Into the United ."'fun-. in bin iirtiiiitf a .-iitiici'l of grave iiiipoit.mi't'. N'.i . cnm Ii the St. Allum difficult in a tiain of j.ulfrinl uiiiiiry ibnn wr are informed tty tho C'lm.liHii auihnritiei ilint an a tuck on tin- city of lliiirli U In contcmpliition br pm tic fiiMii tlio K.tnl s utes wlio liarc Iioon given an t y lum witti1!! tlio pruvlm-e.', while fr mi fiandiinky, Ohio, wo liavo Itit'oriviiitioii or a pro. jcrtod ra ti on thut riiv. In far', not a fruit i.f mir northern tioii'id.n v is now mm from tlieac piratical ni iirnluiw. It would wiem ai if tin t:atiHtlinii t.rivernmprit w.n totally ttn ilile to rn 1rrn tl.im tiilicr hy tlair civil niil...

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 November 1864

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAFII. miLADELPIIIA, TUESDAY, NOVKMn.-ll 1, 1864. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, ISM. , rr.ttAi.r. PATKionnn. JTM fotlowi w n will he enpg at t?nlon Mass MUn Id m held Beverly, New Jemey, tlm evening. Novero trl.) fennd U elarlon wild anJ itirlil, ft! II rchoes from bill to hill ; Jleae the freomen from shore to shore), J,e tbe) war boreo et.ind at every door. Otrci 0 jour armor, swell tli boat, ' Tt vonr conntrv's freexlnm he tout hoait Vtar the t! itf lt lu Colls Moat hlstli, i Fof God and our country we'll livei or die. Brothers of freedom, .join h.intl to hnil, And lonl to lout lor jfour unlive land ; Crash the base traitors beevmth vcir heel, Itfich daftard heurt feel tho rhlil of your itocl. Vtioiad your stiack lea and lift the Imh O'er the backs of the aristocratic trash, Cart slavery shrieking from every door, , yreednm stands sentinel evermore. Tonr ConMitutlon it (till your pride, JTkiwn with the traitor, who da'e divide ; 'United we Hand divided we fall," Am...

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. — 2 November 1864

"J b i 0 . ... .H -4 be. it ilJjJLJjfli THE I '5 MUCK TiilfKE CENTS THIRD EDITION THE WAR IN THE SO'JTil ,Y$T Tlio Robol Bittorici on t-io Teiincsacc River. Ho Ictca Am AuiimuiiUoi, llo;--, UNION RGJNFOnCMLN73 AT PADUCAH. r.Uf., r.ic, ,.., r.i., v.i r.n: Ohio, Noveinb r 1. A party of forr.jr-f.tu llrbi I irMiM r-, incluilin,' a nuin'i r of ui'ljors arrived from below to-day, and wcio iioiil to t lib nyo. 'Ite simmer er.n'iired .mil liurnH 'iy 'In' HiVli ' "ti turn an, on trie lci,rn'-o river, on fi tuu'ny, was ibr Mmm, ur.c v -',,im x , h flnt lilp, Willi a 1 iirjc.o'Tii'.-1 Itv It. C. M. I.mvcII cf Cincinnati. The Sleiunir niii valued at j IO,0J,. H ircuvi rort ixleil of (lovr rnmiT t -lores v:ilu.-.l ir i i,ii,i , with considerable otlrr fright. M t of'th: ''I''KK "' blanket .(ore l. '. "i 1 1 K-it Horm m b.rre the boat was I urnoj. '1 hie from cm. pnn'ii a's pn vi n- ,! the iy .,, .!0it nil lli.? forin'c nnd ttw.j r,m tio river built. I', jvhs Mi- II, d by tho ftiiliotf-i lor t,T...

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. — 2 November 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPIT. PIITLADELFTIIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBKU 2, 18C4. Miring Stlqopli OFFICE No. 108 8. THIRD STREET. e.la aAWr PamOort. r r.inrmtun Cuirrf P Wh. Faa Comae, and Ballad to Snrnrrtler. oal a ate ar a Vim Ioluiu t iim; Ok Ih.i at law rtrrv OM ra rwo Mop-ma Invariably In ad mot anrUMMau neertr at th. rutial raw. A Wteral Ml uti fat .ttandeo Iruanioat. Te rmfB4cata. to neler. fw ee ta.eii of Annnymin. rvmmrte.v,'tfn. , Srnatevee htlendeel Iter t.t.ril',n trmiloi auinon .umt fcr tl.r mkim and adtlraait oi the writer -rt "t n- rr ...t to atHMti.. bvl a anaretite for l tn-rxl fmih. 'We lawt Batten, te mora rejected Ooiuiniiiiicaiiviie- Ta Art ve rt laer. fHrtiif at Mia KTee.t fncreae in thii (trrn'.tle.i f IVr fJviMilo Tti Mta.r.t, Cfntr-eltltiR- tn ir-i in r.rr an arlr ana, w. .reentlv rri.tiejit that atlvrrtl. rn:-nt mi Ae handed ! MfcR aa 10 o'ettifR, II pieal'ile, to ai'Cia Ibaai aa taneitioa to ali of onr edition. I.IHI.KTT VS. AXtllCHt. Manr of our cittzptis appoi...

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. — 2 November 1864

tJ itunJt .. I - ii i nil IVs i 1 1 1 1 ii iti iiiiimi nun ii a ir- - - j f , r r ..... lr ti" WKDSF.SPAY, NOVKMnPR 2. mi. 8FIBIT OF THE NSW YORK PRES3. Lcudlii IMjtwrl.ils from the rw lurk I'niMT TIi i t Mornim;. 1HF Tlttl ."-is 'till; WAK AMI Tilt l'llliiKIi III Ul llUit. Fr (A T Af'r i very s-f-r-s of tin- !; U irici' or t','l ..Ir r -nr- f p.'sc of our iirii'.n nt :i ir l.oil.t (,f I h r in j. -n i i n ;r i'M i v tvmp tr.ir.r HiritaM' i f 'M'l' .. i'I U!!n, it, Jjfi.u ,,!ci (tiNM-fli the COUiiMy I lint I uc tv.'i- is nf-iilun'. At lie trcK'ht nioii.tir, tl.is t.y ,- tCry 1 u I. lie IUtu! artm f ti e n .tim e, t In, n.nvci from tlic jcirt in wh-i ., i' ilrlrc:. i v C'ncr.il Slir num. ntir ji,,., i, , rt,llt, for K'niH-.-Pc Hch I'tlllflii'-, 'IP .i:r Inl.l.t i lu.mnilii'.-i- C 0-qi.o-tsol .1.. ,,-: irr v y, nr . p, ;J,.. o,i ,,,i a!lrt. Hit- Iti'ni armv nt Vi-ului,, h is just fn i tin () (,mh (,,,, ,,, iintr ti. Si.uh- I f nl IfN'd oli sell !:.. v nii.ciu-ntiy tn..l Jii ,iiii,.;ii...

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. — 2 November 1864

rim THE DAILY EVENING TELEORAriT. rniLADELriTIA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, J8-84. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 2, IStlt. W a eort llie following rhyms from the Pit patch of I Sunday. The aatlior, General Small, Mini to bvo abaaJiwt aux fur bin "lamcnta ajem."' Indeed, the "stcara whistle" Sfcns to ha a grntroi complaint in his ncigh!xrhojJ. May ' ke and It And the relief he socks in (V.Z : TJIK HTJ3.lt AVIlIHIX'li:. A lAMF.NTTIOC jftttrftln bialff tli. snrr-rlrt rto'"- wh r.".i trt In r lla'fifiorh.-i.l of .'.lir'nounr. ..irr.Hin l.'il n ft in''tl 11 l. .l.ap ci.lv favtort. ralil. tinn iron .trk", ft H i P- r aict irldi'on vf Hi-ft'llna- ra.nr..ad tri,.'k., a.i.l In' rl k I, IB ft plrlt (" t-rai arl.il ra n ..n.ii .'ic, l.i t'i" tr ,'"' I".' I am. m.t-a!ir of irii' .anl rlotjiia an 1 I n m . .1-1 i, lijUieluoJiap,! victim, wt r.Hilll.l.. Tllnut ths fullavt-'-Blast bim as lil'li n tho Ilia ' -r hi- v TBat artirh-llke creature our rhlMhoo.l kn. v Tlie down of the df -nit tli e ' 'Plart blin.un-il...

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 November 1864

r 1 TTTTOTTTT, TXTTT TTT1 r TO) H hi Al AAUA PRICE TILREE CENTS. rilUADELrJIIA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1SG4. PRICE T1IREK CENTS. Ti TTTj A vv o n. - News from llic South. KXIELLION WITHIN REBELLION Extraordinary Disaffection in North Carolina and Georgia. m:rnr.s os R!:(ostrictio. Olk-ions of tie Kicbuosd "Vhis"." no.. !., r., r.io., r, inc., inc. Tli' KehcU in Itdx-lllou. voiitti c AKri i and f.mm.i mi i.n tvtnt ARKM1 I'IPl HII Tls AMI 1UNV.WAV M.VVCS ritiim IiAtn on Tin. rl. vn i i:i.h ai.i. K' lours to l AririiK hum j.i ri i.i.n tx rrs ovr. CPVSl'tllAC.V IN holml CMIOI IN J I I I'. IA IH IN IV.VOH Or IVAl I V riNH YllllilMA, BH . Dr. J. W. Host, win !'icln bii?h ni a rlor nan in North Carolina arrived, lu New York jr'rJ:iy direct irum II if ir:li, w'r.li import in. Iiitolltj'i'nee. Ho uyt t hf? on'ire Stu'e of North Carolina, its well a "Geor:ia, is alive with, llebel deserters, who In mn-t ci-vs are i.rnio, ani or yamvcd, nud obundumly able to irj;c.ct il.cni reKi:. In t!io weste...

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. — 3 November 1864

TITE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. FHILADELFttTA, THURSDAY", NDVKMHKI' 3, 18C4. Swninfl Sclctjtapli OFFICE No. 103 8. THiRD STREET. rrtr Twtms (km P Cm-r, or Kiliitrh Or.T Pa fmifMkiM Carrier, and mailed In Hnhm-rltwre tat oohe cnr at himDouim Pr asm-mi ok n. u ri.n f"-e-n-e o Two K'iiTiia,ln-arlllrla adTnce tw eerln otMerod. TrUraiaU huer-tr at til cecal t.it.i. A IP-oral . trim'"" attended Inaeruoni. To) rrMtonr)rnt. -rTA rinNP ran. he ta en of A nonvtnntie rvMTtmnnWHirt. artM0vrr a, ia-tntird for inMntion mu.i eu auUt-tui' .veil by II. P B.le aa.t attnicsli ut the Wlilr r-n r' r.lj for teat a a roar-ante a hi eood fi.;:h. We tar" aoertk la return ri-.ieeted 1'outiuuuio.ilkma. T Art vrrtlfwrW. (Nrtaft treat bwrnn In the f leaiilnthwi of Tilr -JBvaHitm TMoaArn. eomtpl'r.a; m. lo ttn ta pr.w a an aairr?anr, are Mraenfely rrone.t tliat advert' enient. rua- fed kano'' m a aoen aa it) o clock, II poealb.e, to ei.cur Mea aa eeeoitio la all of oar edttone. THURSDAY, NOVKMnKIl a, wi. fMI AOHt'...

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. — 3 November 1864

.A it? 1 f THCKfTAY, NOVKMBKU 1, .Mil. 6HRIT Or THE NEW YOKK PEES3. LcnrJln Fillfnrlnls from llio New York P pen TIiIh Muriil'i?. tut: miin. i vi-i iwi r or uoi.. IMIISII M.WI'.IIV i v ok:h II Til I V takiimi a Ni.tu, ii(i -o. l l.hl.Rtl l . Frnm llr , '-it: I. Mir.Kly ttH.vf CMnr.il Mu ri.liiii Hi,, niiit.nl Rebel srniy i.fU, nonil K.u ly "ulilriii.js through V lr,ehri.tcr," tlie IM -lmi ml ;,... r-h,liov, tocn.ji.y the H'itM i'eiil,!eneo ..I' .1, if. Ils i- Cnmc out rW, in t,Vor .,f i . n, r.il Hrwiiu: of theMc l).licd l.iv, .-..f "till f'utite.lcri.C-," as the ln.-t n sort fur N- iitliurii iinlcpciickn, o. Tlili pmpuelt'on wi.s piomptly bh.I f:ui;itly seeomlej br tlie lUiel iiivctt...r of (lie n"rtUn.-t corner of I.OLVHiinn, ami Hum otli. r .inutem, initll nt IcDpIli I!ic tdilor f n N".i tli Ciolitm ,:u, r (tbi Kpuiinn Co,ifi ,;,int. ), Hrilin? to Mild pHpcr from Iticlmiuml, has I'uvoitJ the woililwilli the fol lowing fliirtliii,' ri'i'irt: ulhr nrrs.ie I.'., ,-itt ii, it... ,-,,...

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 November 1864

V? 1 TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TnUllSDAY, XOVEMBEllJJjJBed. , JHCBKDAT, NOVEVBF.n 3. ISM. Thy t.ir la MnlDg bright and Crong, . Maryland I To-doy tneiwloelj of iorir, Maryland ! rin nnrhnined Hp of Ihrw wlio-c wrong Hrnrkt to lltiavon lend and leynir Jtrokrn th fettnr, pone thi thong ' Maryland ! my Maryland! , Jtovsmbcr first, of fix! j-fotir, M trylaritl 1 JYcr doin ' lirocUlin.il forcvcniiore' ! Maryland I Tny sons hurt sniil it shall ho so, And slavery's cnrna shall never more Tul.'nte thy soil, oppryss tbv iHir, Maryland 1 my Maryland! Ood Mnvi the aN-ays In the ri-lit. Mftrylnid! Then art no heauleons In my k'ht 1 Maryland! Jostle and Truth h.rr cotirine're'il mi;; on r ri'iiiun s cic ir anil Ho y II ,'it On thc t shlnlnp, strong and hri.ht, Maryland ! my Maryland I i;ht, Pruldflil l.lnroln. Mr. Whiting, in hit aeljress at Music II.ill, la t .tenlug, thus sketr.li.il rrosidi nt i.iu.'olii : Tsrrap" you will expect mo to ay a word noon tb person il iu.ilifii"i...

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 November 1864

TED H JL IL JLd. price three cents. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY. NOVKMBKR 1, IS 14 PItlCE TIIREK CENTS. TK LO rEAUDS IN THE SAILORS' VOTES. Ballot-Box Stuffing on tho Mississippi. COPPERHEAD. SIVI ASHORE AND AFLOAT. The followlrg Mut was forwarded to the Secrttary of the Navy by Fleet Captain A. M. rnnock, temporarily rommnndin?, the Missis sippi Piuadron. The Navy Department otno time ilu.e i.ued insrnctlon to the commanders of all iuaJrons lu adurd every facility to the agents of Buttci, appointed by competent au th rfty, to secure a f a r rote. The New York World, with characteristic men dacity, asserts Unit Secretary Wi-llea hni sent "a three-masted revenue steamer to take tho I'msl ilcr.tial vote of the seamen at IMtm Hea l, Key Wet, and in the fluir," and also that t!ic Com missioner Bent on board refused to t.iRO MeJIel lan votes. Now, Sc.retury Welles has no more control of i lie revenue sienmors than he hai of the United Ntates Supreme Court, lie tin not sent a rivcuue steamer or ...

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 November 1864

A blaat rTnoo jritvrsrAric. OFFICE No. 108 sTtHIRD STREET. PtlM fnifuti FanO-or, tr Bioirrikx Ct-CTt rmm tfns. pa' (,UTtor- n"1 MM to HiilMrikr a-nt of ate Cwy M 'r I)hum ran Atlanta i 01 Imui rim Cat-it o Two att.KTHt.lnva'iekly In advene gyaketl'"' ." kaeerteal al Ik nail r.tae. A lit-eral trraaa-iiateeit h4i nw umm tneerttoae. pr. nettee eew be taken ef Anonymon. rnmnntrAtor't. f Hlf e uaterid.-d for ia.erltnn must De a-nri'-nii-etcd the ' end eddreia ol the irntrr nil n-i-..arllj for rlk-awel'. br.t aa a IMiarantee lor M. e-M-d fat-h. We tf miu aatortake ta nt-ara reteeted Cotr-munlcaUoHe. To Art rrtlor. Owtaf- M treav) tnereaae In th fTrcnlelton ef Til. Bvaam Tai-roeArn, e.mielllna ia to pro lo pre-. At an arrr'hr-r, we nraently rvjiifnt that ad, .rfl.et.i.'iile tn.v k. handed la aa 10 n olo, , If pvatlbMi. lo aooure aja, aa kMwrttoa la nil of or ediiloaa. FRIDAY. N0VEMI.KH I, lST t. Ukiok Statu Central Committer Boom", No. 1105 Chesnut Strmst, rhiladel phU, NovciubiT 2, 18fS4....

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 November 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 1864. 5 (Evening 35elcrraph FRIDAY, NOVKM1U.K 4. Wt. bpieit or tde kew tori ffe: Lfadln Ktlltniluli from tlm Sow Piipiri Tills Mrnlii5. A 1 1 noiiin in i'M'iiioih rut . t from thi Tl n. Ve hell vc t!i"re art) rnnaiileralili" n'tinlii rs of Permcitta at ho b.ts i- 'iiic ru tlio r in 1- i Mr. I.ln o!n iiiiiM nncl onpiit In l.c iNt .), l.ut Alio will vote fir (i nrnil M,f !i I nn l.ei atii.etb.ey trUIi (o rutiiln tiniir IkM i f tin- p utt nrmil itinn knd the loral nomlnati -rn. If t' p eh-nl ren'e 1 ith them, whether tl-et- w,,n,! -,ctirlt tliorliks Of WcClillnii's iiilniiht;tt!ir.n ur.Kr liii promt . influences, tiny tto'ilil hesitate, anil tha mint Wpjilil rote for tlio tniim cuiiiiilata. Hat they co the tide of i..pnlr.r t ininn. They troiii ir illy . rettnin Mr. I.iniulri innst lo IV, -I I in, n-.d m. In their view, ime vine i. f K t'c Importn f, trr y prefer to rcnmln with tli.-ir old frier. . In tha lit-morncy, hii-i p...

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 November 1864

mm tmtbMmmmtfo.mmM ff-HUmt X' -mm mm, rmm f ,ir-Ti THE DAILY RVKyiyg-TELEGRArn: PniLAPKLrmA. FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1864. 1 J tstifwug Sclcrjt.ti.Ii FRIDAY, NOVEMBER , 1H. My wifa had loft htT horns to sunk Tba flow 1 arurihippecl in her check, , Like Persian old: my iky hud .atai. A letter every dy I ii.mli-1. And oftn sntil In cl'or'ul oln, -The baby slept all night again." All hallow'd by hut tears anrl prayers 11a ilainl wlih mo, it los-nii'il care". II be, tte remllnp, sli'pt, I kni'W My dove would lumliur swoetly too, Anil so I wroto her now rui.l then, , "Tue baby slept all nltbt aain." , One morn be Innic-ilihril nt my "I lc, Pesib-siek, and with tho itav ha did, And day with him. It was'my will 1 hat f he I loved be hiippv ni l. 8o rote I in my wonted main, "The baby slept nil night aguin." Pnt when, In tarn, fho fondly wrote, Her pet names nslnR la hur note, With rtl n talk alHUit the bod Of him who slept so cold and dead, I ear the bitter truth to pen, "He sleeps to Witko no...

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