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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 20 July 1864

ETEIING TELEG1AP1. r T H mi LADE LR 1 1 1 A , WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1SG4. THIRD EDITION, THE VICTORY IN MISSISSIPPI. TOTAL DEFEAT Or GEN. LEE. REBEL LOSS 2500 MEN. HOW GEN. SMITH OPERATES. MOWER AND GRIERSON ON HAND. ATiiin:in)AYH' ri(;iir UNION LOSS VERY SMALL. FORREST WOUNDED, AND HIS TRAPPINGS TAKEN. j:tc, i:to.. Kto., Kto., j;to. HmrHis, July 10. I nm Indebted to one of General Washburue's stall' fur the following : On tlic iith Instant Uincral Waslihurue sent out force of infantry, cavalry, und artillery from La Orange, under Mujor-Gcneral A. J. Smith and Brigndlcr Oeiicriils Mower and Uilerson, with In structions to move iu purMit of Ueniral Forrest, And bring liim to buy, fiybt, and whip him. lie, Was ordered to pursue him to Columbus, Miss., If he did not overtake him this side. A despatch froni Ooncral Smith to Ucner.il W a.-lit nunc re ceived to-day, says : "We have met I.ce, I'otrc-t, and 'Walker, :it . Tupelo, and whipped them badly on three dif fervtitdity. Our li.ss is e...

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. — 20 July 1864

I THE DAILY EVENING TELEGR APH. PIItL ADHLPIII A, I WKDNESI) AY, i JULY 20 1864; Going tlcppli A IAILT irrXRNOOK KEW8PAPE. , OFFICE No. 108 sTtHIRD STREET. We Two Bum Tn OoT, or Terrt.Ta Ce-a-ro Pt ' m, payable to the Carrier, and is a I led lo n,,bserlberi ' M nTllw Cn; M Hit Douiu TU AWT St ; OtR I.LI.At Him Two Mourn, In variably la advenoe for the period Adrot owenta biearerd el the nana) rats, A liberal hirst ft seent mode fcr biH insertions. , i ' To CorroaiMMifleMfo. Tto aMk-e run be taken of Anonywioos CotnmnntratlnrS. Itlutsvnr Is mtenrted for tiMTU m mint be authen-l -tied tiy the name aad ihlifR of the writer not noi.aArlt tor OuhlN-atior,. bet as aaerantea tor hla -n.d lai'li. He r oannot audertako to return rejected Corumtinwatloui. To Adrtlwr. , ftwtn to the treat Increase In the Circulation of Tun iMhiKo Tat hohai-h, compelling us to ko to pres. at on early hoar, we ura-ently rrtuent that ndvcrtliomr-ttta m be hemletl In on " 10 n clin k, II pujlblc, to secure , taem ...

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. — 20 July 1864

A. TUB DAILT mff TKtTOnAP!LPinLAl?.PnrAt WEDN-KSTUT, JULY 20, 1864. 5 rating Stlcgtapli WE TIN PSD AY, JCI.Y 20, 1H. bpisit or tee hew toek fress. LcadlnR Ktlitorinl from the New lork Fapm This Morning. M l TKAI.1T Y I X.I.IHH AMI A ME. Kit . IOW A Trfttri,., It li well known to those wlio hitvn f!loicl lie course of the (linciiHlnn. in the Knithsh Tr linmcnt concerning the viol.itlone of l'.ritisti nru trallty that tho Attorni-jM.rneritl, afti-r being Iriven to Hilmit tbe ri'iiiissni..i of the Oovern tncut in the matter of the Mil,amn and other nKl"-Kft)il ph-aton, fill back upon Aim.-riian "ants as a justification of Knglih unfrlend n to tli is country. Th argument passed for a good one with those -bo were ignorant of the cases cited by the Attorney-General, nnd who supposed thut be ionld not venture to nil.-repre'cnt the force and etrert of judicial decisions and opinions. It was ri served for an American lawyer to expose the fallacies of tbe English. Mr. George Hemic, o Ileum, t...

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. — 20 July 1864

WFi-NKSDAY, J'l.Y 20, lf6l. A eOTsJU OFPROVt RBt. Am" ruih ahcut th jorv.n." In tm icnt art, ti-Hrlltlon .'. When knnwlcrire was nt'i' h atlnffil When few ronl.l Uimili nl fewer prei, And bjoM wiiro ri. yel print.'.l , ., Wnni wic men r i. m;lii, y pruilenc" t.iiiglit, They pithily c.x pirn nVtl ; Anil pmvprtw tow, fio.n if to a,jc, In tTfrr ni"tli l)"iiuJ'J. O nfr on tho urn or ynrfl, Who wit.loiii thus iirtni'titeJ, Anil loft "i ''y l-ris For Lunula usu Invented.. Two of l'. "(' O'irly said, J) very I'l t.ffrpe, sir; A lierirnr riiiios nt rich men's gules A inar'a i'bim tn 8. p, nir. Tpi train e flier urn, though. ruNier r.irc, Where men nre not go intuitu ; Two lawyers know thu c'o.il to blow, Jatt like a pair of bellow.. O blcsBingn, &c. IMrrl. of a feather flock toibor, Like fain wiib like would iUc'1, sir; Yet tliim-n nolike the funry mriku, Atiri answer pretty well, air. "Vcu know Jack Spr.it ? lie eati no fat ; Hit wile can tut n li .in, Kir; is 'iwlxi the two, witii mii...

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. — 21 July 1864

IS TIE WI NG T M IJE G-RAJPH. rrn H A rillLADKLPillA, TliriJSDAY, JULY 21, PKICK TWO C&YTS. PK1CE TWO CENTS.) FOURTH EDITION. GLOKIOUS Ni:WS! Splendid Victory in tho Shenandoah Valley. AVERILL DEFEATS EAIILY. F.EBLL GENERAL LILLY CftPTUSED HUE REBEL LOS3 OVEIl 500 11 ;iT!s r.viii:.N. lo Tlio l.ti'iiinu Trirurnph. WaHHO'TIII. J I V 21. Th Slur k j 1 a de-spat h fr m loner tl It i iter Ti ports the folloiviti;! iu-t lccjiv- 1 Umar. uera! Avarl i "St.sr Wini msTi n, J-ily 2 ' lire U,n I U) divided tilrt force Ht lturyv.ile list m'it, so.-idiu Early lo Winchester and taking anotbor div idon towards Millwood. "I attacked and dffca't'l K irly in front ot Winchester to-day, billing and winndin.; over three hundred of bis otlk-ers uid m.91, cap'urng four ct.nnon, several hundred tmall arms, and about two hundred prisoners. CJ'n'ral I li'y I aerions'y wounded ail in on'- tin lis '.'t'ni.i Bourd, fa'.h Virp'in, killoJ. ('.tuna n id pri soners have Veil m lit Mai'llti-burg. The ciiciiiy in...

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 July 1864

! 1- ?! l! 2 Grating Sclcjtapli OFFICE No. 103 8. THIRD STREET. tiY Two Om f Copt, or T ai.vs Cr.r Tp.ii WV to um Carrier, and u.alied to Siin.crfbnr MtwHw(Mf uPaDMiiu hi Avnvmi Om. Iuu Tv MuirriM, tnrArlaftl tu Adtenoe fur the penod A4imU inli birtft at U oiimI rem. A liberal ItfMwpuMi bmI tor AateiMoa m.oruonm ' fe nrlW f n t, tel. on of ..-onTtttn. C"inmn:itrtir,.,i. wltftn er 1 ta-emlod for latrii n tuit be a-ilh tn I ert by ieeame and nAde n. lb writer it't m.-e4rll) tor ff.iMoati, hM ea a ?mrHlt 'or Ida good i.utli. VVo MiMM uadtttUAe to retorn rs,egie iQuvuiinic.'illoui. i . - T Al,rtliri. Owtnirro Bi rol Inorea.a In the f'lmilatlon ,.f Thk 1Cvw., TctxiMAfU. oomn-ILitia n to , - rerfj boor, w m'tn-Vf reiiet that rtvi r'l-f l imit m T nunlM i o'.n in lo oo.oca. It p ..lljln, aTuro mil Muwm wwwwiw uvi eaiuon.. 1 TnrR?nAY, jtjxy 21, iu. JllrW WR THROW OI KSELVIH 4WtT v Wlicn we know that the nun. boHtln with ttldsummer intensity on foal (ruttcr and pile foUrajf offal, produce no...

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 July 1864

a Mi (3rtninr telegraph TnrnsiAV, jci.y 2i, mi. 6PrB.IT Or TOE NEW TORI PRESS. trading Editorials Ironi the Jiew York Pappr This Morning, " MtK-OMMI .tltlHr.M ll.f i. om Mr f.tM.i. Tlio !l rl tin nil l.ramiwf of the Kiih imfant It on Brtlclo upon t'w rx riorriinarj lu'i.i'.'i't of butuli g. thf. ninni.1 n f Oi.vemritft. l.'.tr'ior, the tx-Ooi-erri.ir of Virul.ila, was liurnjil out of bo iM mill Imnio hy tin1 Vni n tron,i. Wui.r. upon ItrfKlfonl, Ui-Tirnor of Mryinn,, tv is t(, botnrd out of I nu-e on I li iro hy tin, C info lo V talc tioupx. Tlin -.'.rumour lii iinipM al y ilit cu m . tin -in r ntl i'ruii ,nt nr.il r i in... In H3 i li'i'rr ! an m i of rult. mm rot.lmti .n ; tut It it ' 'till un.atiMi il. Anr Onvt-rnor', I auriiy astta, ft, the only Milli icrs whii.c iii'lijti.iiics arc to bj WIit -bon il n-t primt.' UhW, n-nusr- proacr'f . J ban lTn iiMpoii il Ii viMliumtiiil.il: l.i'iul kn.i v . J In hut 'lie pio i tiy ol inv c Iov.iIiti hat b v i I ' . pii.i 1 1 u iii , inn ; ni-...

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 July 1864

Gvwjmq telegraph TUVRPPAY, JOI.Y 21, 154. I timfl trait or two, at the meet, Of nt-r-aitoi1 0't, y t I think Hii " Kaowi what that little gruve n. 'Only a tiaby' (travel I To children em n fnuM, That they fit tin re and inK '"in Bve-mi (carccly a grire t .l. Only a onriv t (?t&t ! HirHtit how wu nwnn and trot far a little (asa that wn hnrj atii-h a aimee- 0 n.ore Urange, could wo forget! OnlT tnl.r' -niA-fl ' LVd w n-emore Brief by this, yw tar were sl'tt n "r bhy ileti ; J know how tbej tolt oa Mi.. Od1 a tinrir' RtbtiiI Will th little lift- he mtii-D TK) amnlU ") for Hi diadem, W bo klng'lora ia inaile of 'ich ? Only hiiWs grave I rt oftnii we count and Hit By V l,t,! "tone, and lhaak Oo'l to onn We arm e.nT Hett'cn fir Ul N ten-ion Ooon- Horn!,, .or Any. Itrntri ot WHhlniou Wllkf. Wi- 1 ave ai a nation to few true, i'a.rrti)t, fcar Vm friends In England thnt tbcVlcatU of one of them at tlila junc'iire is douhly a mnttcrof re gret, finch filend wai Wanhinton WtlkJ, tio died at...

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 July 1864

ft?? DTE H n i J.LO PRICE TWO CENTS. riULAIF..P!IIA, FRIDAY, JULY 9.0 1S(1. I'KICE TWO CENTS; IL 7 sl llio at .li, u- i. urns on," it.1 tat v up I iv the, tr- Pfld ; rai,; vsi a ilea J r. ; l on1, ' V ' Ham : HIV ivvsu itlol' 8 10,: y i .say 140, ! of. .4K, .MtV . ita, P. Ml Jill L'l, 1 111, ' 1 w t I ' V THIRD EDITION, FROM GEH. SHERMAN'S ARM .HIGHLY IMPORTANT 5 ( RtPORTED EVOATION OF ATLANTA. 41 i Town Said to be Occupied , by General Sherman. " 'f Niw Yon, Ju'y 22. An apparently well-an fkmllcuUd rumor I current, tha' Allan a is t eveseatrd bv the Re' el vnstcrila v. anil Is now ercopird by the forces under M ijor-OencrAi Bkersnan. An official verliVntkm of tins ramor Is ta lueatarlly expected. LATEST OFFICIAL NEWS. REBEL ATTACKS REPULSED ATLANTA CLOSELY INVESTED. Wm lal to The limine Tlnrrvh. Washiwotow, July 22 The President hat ad vices from General Sberuian, that Johnston ca u at of hU fortifications ycrterday and attacked klm, bat was repulsed, and Sherman's lln woro advance...

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 July 1864

TnEDAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. -PniLADKLrillA, Fill DAT, JULY" 22, 18G1. Orrniroj Sclerjrapli 4 ULT ITTMKOOK VIWIfATJA. OFFICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. INrlee Mm le Ooev, ar (tun Oarra r W, yak, talk, nintw.m aalaftd gukwrfkor m et aw cr m ni imuu r.a Aim i o. d MmTvo Mornu, larkrtakl la kdroc for l l" MmH'Uli InarHoe at Mm IiuI r.M. A Ubaral MranaMa aad far axtoneaa aaaanlon t ri i mpwuif natoa r.ft k iun af Anaayfc rnmmii-Uiri. wk.-aa, U tt'Milx hriwH " aam-a I atad wT Rim add. wir am noraai.rllj for whtvi, tvtil a .ar.nlo r hu ft"0 fanh. We (atanot anavrtak. w nmiw r.,'d OoatoauoiOAtioat. Te AAvertlatMu. ftwtnir K U irroat lixiraao tn lh rMroal.tlo-i of Tut, aVVBaiiaa T .nnAra. onmaHitaur n. to n 'a pro., at an tarty hoar, w a .otitly rqut that advanlaararat. may mi I now, if piaaU a to tecur FMDAY, JTJLY 22, 18M. TRK AITIO BFTWrrif TIIK MTAIl. MARUK AND TIIK AUHUl. It U very raulog to observe how orcst falton Uie EnglUh sympathisers with the Ba bolllon ftr at tLe result of the acti...

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 July 1864

I t etta. Mi THE DAILY EVENING TgLEOftMPIL PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JULY 22, leCL i I v 3 wmitq telegraph VMDAY, iL'l.V 11, lHTt. SPIRIT Of THE HEW YORK PEES3. twutliijc Kditnriut frotn tint rr tor rapm TM Vori'.liiK, Tin: rutii: M.oiMftos. V-as 1K 7W.w.a f 'ilic ivktrApbio rtoiii s eon, eniiiitf rcaee. Cup fennce at Ni.'iRtira l'ui V-r.p a slimier foiimln ) ti n in fart, Iti' i i -. t of t li . dt tullii nro r r wide t ot Uic truth. The i iilti.r of this .i-.ir has taken fa't In atid been pin v tn nn drier or otli' r na- go'!ittl('t Uin wi rp f'i ,v nu'hnriHsl, aaI murr Tw ihi'n millioilrd ; but tin'-' filled sol. I to - Ltlnfiliift llip antiifrii,lt fioe t" f. . in Binicuh'.o , i rati rr tlmn It-llUm nt utf slih a vleiv to ' V th Initiation of nil earm -I efrit for in :i -o, to r ' r-ioeu-uted at Washington. Ilic mnvoiueut ha.s I ' bad mi lintm dls'e mi ci ss. tn retiree-, ad reports n i t 'lie timer ms n 'i frnpfrl p Hepi .aiiii?. or n nlvlr.iJ or ilsi-u-'('iJ;. tit rotht Ileal I rn...

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 July 1864

HIE DAILY EVENING TELEORAPH.- rniLADELPIIlA, F?,1DAY, JULY 22, 1804. Evening Sclcrjmiili i biiay, jci.y 2:, A tlRl-IMt I'lKd'Ht.r, " HARK ! I KuX TUB lmM." A O'riB0n-1fl'it faors ne wlto th following sTorlm f vxtr,ir r h'i h. as to snvs, ".)-na l,k a rihiic ro.ewo.riii.io ui Vir.'ni, mi 01 utist "A.- aa ikis, 01 I'm. awinl results ot' 1st lix-jrum lns-tklH-i litintl tho I'm of th S nt is A'lcH ttp-J.riil fonmliati in." J U i pvtn w ( o-id li . i .... .. .... .. .,.hvl in .-s,'w lUrtn, r-T J. Meit's 1a 1.HH, oniAi.iiaf fciiefrt U; ml-c-Mms-sis matter, and ! jw"'"' w'"f 4 ih4l prtorJ. trtomtM At- II ., wm. ,'M' '" ' l-OKW, JMrmed to tt Vf.'.. or' '" v" "'' yny, ITU. "Fair Vlr-rinls, vr Jr- f te hirleej Im-'or'ant T-:Ar : V hi f ill" an-rial -otix i (.sis , Train imptrn the pitiioi lay : Wake'-lvM Inntt iLy nuns in .-a (In .n (1. WkarA Ihe sister Hiaiti that btiiuvu tt la ilie itaura uf tani", Otowipg with ft mr r t.i uc ? , 1iaII ih-8 ancient wr-'-vas j3u ln'J fly Iby I ttiej Ur?in ' ...

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 July 1864

1 Th1 J A H A J. i niLAi j;LrinA,sA'ii;i:i)AV, july 23, ism. prick two CExrs. PRICE TWO CENTS. 5.5 t y THIRD EDITION, ANOTHER RAID MARYLAND MOSEBY ACROSS THE POTOMAC. 1QIUW PKOI'LEFROM ROOiViLLl. ANOTHER BIC SCARE. lse-til lo lli 1 ve-silng; Tclog-roph. Wamiinoton, July 2.I. CIMens arriving this mondne from Roekvllle and Muddy Branch report 1 hut two or llirco huodied Rolwl cavu'ry, supposed to ho Mosrby's gang, crossed the Ftwomac Inst night Imo Maryland. C ilnuel y Lowell, of the 2d Massachusetts Cavalry, sue- .tcedrd In bating ttio Government supplies and a ' eotiMdcrablo qunntity nf flour removed, via tho canal, to Georgetown. Tho people of Rockvl.lo stein in a little panic over it. GREAT VICTORY BE FORE ATLANTA. li TEEHIBLE DEFEAT OF HOOD Capture of 4 000 Prisoners REBEL KILLED AND WOUNDED IN OUR HANDS. Kpwllil In The FveuliiaT Trlrarrwoti. iY Wasiiinuton, July 2M. Official details of i . ... General Nbtrman s name ou Thursday blow that It was a brilliant and doclilcd snot-ess....

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 July 1864

THK DAILY EVENING TELEGltAPII. FIIILADELPiTIA, SATURDAY, JITT.Y 23, 1801. rxning telegraph A AJLT aJTEHSOOK KKWS?AE. ' OFHCE No. 108 S. THIRD street. f-rlea Two CnitT r Cort, or Twlt Ct ra Warn, p.yabkr lathe Carrier, .l nM ,ita.i-fe'i Ota) ofh Cnr M aix Dollam r Am.mii O" " x To Hoama, la'arlakl la advance fjf I"" 4 f Adrwtltamrati Interred at lb "' A Ubr1 ' arrangement made for evterflVe in enter"' Tm rrrpe''. Kr. rv,lre p.n he raven er Anonem m f mmnntr"itlnria. htlrli m-n.irl"'il n m'i"t be a'lth .., I ve.l tie i.p nam ee ' f wrlti-rnn( ntee...rlt) fn. iitlniw. but ewaraiitep hi. ann-l l'h. Me cannot undVrl return re.ee d I'oiuinuincjllo,. . To Atvrtlnr. Owlnffo be rreat lucre. en the ClrcMMloi of Tin rio 1'MK.iurH. cni.i I Ins u to an to pre., at an rerlt br. we tei.ll re'nitt-t Hint .dvi-ruetm hi. nine a tieiMknt It non n. lu If D'lailii.e, to .pcare Jru an liuwrtto. lu all of our edition. FATl'UDAY, JULY 23. 18(V4. the Hi.HtiR nr thk vAour ir.v.n uorxo. ; Ktl AT XX) COT7RTBST...

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 July 1864

TTTK DAILY KVT.NWQ TKTiKORAPII. .nnLADELHIIA, SATURTUT. JTJIiY 23, 1801. vrnmtj telegraph HATVRDAY. JULY ?1, Wl. 4 fPIMT OF THE KEW TORX PRESS. J-u u-u-.ri.nn.i-i i'l -.rw " Jleadlnr, KilUoriatn from the New York Paper fltin Mornlni;. UTATP. NOTKKF.IHMrr IX IMMK. tht TV . The Calhoun tliry of SH ( HUM I tlio avGtrtl ItuK's of tUc f mthorti Ko'ioMion. Mr. Jitl. I'avls If. urcitstiiiin .1 to -pciik ul'llif. I'd liTal (lorrnu) nt its an " n tit" of Mi' ''i t"l Stales, find ofPcroHslnD as " 'Issoliitinn of rue." In Mi vliw, rvrry State h i" nt -ill liim.s b.-o.i at rerfctt lllirrty to v itliilrmv from the V linn, anil nny clioii.it itn own nioji' atitl ti'iin or doing mo; and, win m i r it hhl) limo privl iiini -J in own v ttlidrnwal from the t't.lnn, it is rc levej Tram all rteponsiliili'y tlicrito, and any at' ni; tlnvetfuir In mali li fullil it l'nlir.il otilkMtl ja b -ru rs ' cch iclou" Mini " inv ion," ovoTUviriujj ruat Und juttirr lit liriitc turns. Tim sinctrlty of the propomi'lr...

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 July 1864

mYiLy fcVfcNitVO f ELKGHApn. FiflTjADELPIIIA, SATURDAY, JULY 23, 1304. 4 " HATT RllAY, JOI.Y V, i n. H. Tbirc's a cjp In tlv cl )Ht, owl, un. rM. ami li'u", Of ry sli;lit ,t'm It m"iY . ,0 " " l?nt n cr'iwn, jrwrl-stn 1 1"1( I oh Id D't iiuy it t-day, Vith io Mu r f honor, ' " 1'ntTO "Co. K." Tbs brnJ th.rt tt (Ii.iIt.-wJ Nitdshltrrioni.r. Dfd lurocs niitko ''? 80, lide cbpk-t of 11. nor, Of laurel mid ''ri 8em rap of ' soWli.-r, , Marked "Co. K." Brlcht rjtn We; 1 okO'l calmly Its .Imit rn n.'Bth, O'. r the work of the reaper, Or'm 11 i'tomm-, lVstti ! Lrt tbc musts-r-roll, meagre. So mournfully any, How torrm.t in dauger Wiiil "Co. K!" Whoae foomu-ps un'iroVon Came op 10 the town, b re tuui part and tutlon 1iok. 0 line atniiiKly down. ? Vibo, r'o ri(? un bro.iehea, Ntlll kept on their way, Till pom. ilownward pointed, Faced ' Co. h )' Like mineral awful, Stood cannon a oof, Till signal wwi (tiri-n, To strike off proof Of the toul of the aolJicr, To rend op to Him, Vnj God that be-...

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. — 25 July 1864

rm PRICE TWO CNTS.J l'lllLADKl.rillA, MONDAY, JULY 2j, ISM. ritlCE TWO CENTS. THE MYENING I THIRD EDITION, FF.P.V,'i GEN. SHERMAN'S ARMY Scmo Additional Details of the Investment of Atlaut a, and ol Mcpherson's Death. Kasiivii i.i., Tmn., July '.' I. Notlilm: has been re'elvcd here onutair, it. try nf the. re torled f nputlon !( ' Ail. mm. .! it -ln-i hom ti'ne ffiil Mrniun may havo pi-ec llirnKh U VV1.-I1-inpti n ; but none liuve h cn re-'civi'd hero freu Alum a, nnd llio report is con-i lore I .inn .if.il. It i lint to lie supposed Hi it Mici m ill would occupy Atlant il without inf"rmin:,' t lie War Hi partrocnt and 111'' public. II" his niiin' uil.'.l strict .llcnce for tho p:v-t i Ii r-e days, mi l it is m I'nTt d that an engagement has been -'ointj on for a day or two past. Tli' ro ure si-v. i il fn-ts Mn ngthcnirig this cxnlanation, of which his silence ut to Interesting a moment in tlio cm paign is coimiuVri d the stronijcst. A dctputch linn been received here, da'od yes ter...

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. — 25 July 1864

THIS DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPIT. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JULT25, 186L Gvming Sclcgtaplt a rn.T afternoon si ws'afth. OFFICE No. 108 STHIRO STREET. IMf Two Cikti T 0r-T, rr Ti.i faira Pea Waaa, payable te the Carrier, and HUM I BubtcrlDere Mil orthatlty M fix Dou m Pea AMmm i Oku !. c Two Month. lararfabty la advwnoe for ma period Ordered. tnrtimniti Ineertcd at tha a.nal rata. l"Mrsl aaYaafeeaeait aiade for axtenlled loaertlene. Te Cirrra.arleir. JT ftV cn be taken of A near""' mmnnlrtlni,. Whetrer la ta'en.l.d fnt lrtl n m emhen I a:e, ay ibe aaait and .,1.1 ie-. o( tbe wnwr-eol neee.n ror tkMrali, hnt aa a.ereniee M "" faith. VYe aaanot andertake la reiam rejected t.omaunieaUr.aa. Ta) Atr4lnrai. fHrtaf t lha rreat fwree.e In the Circulation of Tur I.mkci rai"ara.eomaHllt(iia to o la pre., at an arty bnr, we a'aently H'oe.t that advcrtl-amcnte mar aabenrierfln anon aa 10 o'tlm i, If pailble, uim lira (kaai aa IneerUna In all of oar edition. MONDAY, JULY 2J, IfV.t. TUB RIAOARA PEACH PRO...

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. — 25 July 1864

i aatlM .aw TUB DAIIiY KVENiyq TMiTSanAPTT. rnn.ADrniA, MONDAY, JULY 25, 1BSI. MONDAY, JULY J-'., imt. 3PE.IT 0F THE NEW YORK PEES3. I.radlnc Kdltorlals from tho Sew Turk Tapm This Morning. in rr.to: .trr il villi. kt linn; 'cm th? TV".. M e do not ask whether peace Is ilrvulrabte. Xn juMIr Journal haa aiipt-nrtcil tbe war more atemj- ftisti) tlmn thli. Through all tha varying for tunc of the utriigu'c, it has ncvor for an Instant Lstcd one Jot of f.iitli or ili'tirmlnation. But thla liaa not been Iktuo wo bavo loved the war for ita own inke. None but a tli Til could do that. Thli tairltlc e of IiIoimI, of trctirc, Uils monthly maklBR of wlilowa and orphan hy the thousand, thla ttimlM f air-ea by the hnmlnxl thousand Into dowlatlnn, In dreadful work. V'e bare nphrld it only because it U a necenslty -because Itn only alternative In Homethlnir more drtadful Ji t. It lm br n because the war alone can fave the Republic, tho limt hope of popular government and human prtgrc, nnd bocaum if...

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. — 25 July 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEOltArfl. rmLADELTinA. MONDAY, JCLY 25, 1804. Gvcntng tM.cgrapli MONDAY, JTttY 11, ISM. IHrOEMATIOS RELATIINO TO THE comisq i'B&rr. OLTK1Trnl, f TUTtTVTl'S, AVT PrTI!l nr.. AltrsMieri st hvf hcn'tnfot-o (tivr n r.mil'rntiin r tbo duties ami Inci.lents aris-iim nntlrr Ibe mrollmt'iit lawn, wc are sxtititmishfil by fro srrwot mmmnniratiiinii nl Inqnirir-s Hint there are timity eitirena timtrr rcifise of mind niton & sulijirt who have not yt I""1 "nft't'ieTit uttrn on to the matter, ( trT,erly nniliTst.Mttl tliit which has been wid about We thertiiitB pivc Oie fellpwliijryiiop" of the torni'in-mouts of the. Urn etnbntcina- some thing hitherto toiif-hitl 'iirwrn. and other not yot noticed. .vine. The rxetmitiims of tin' orltrituil not. to fathers of motherless rhlMmi under twelve yenr f (lie, to some niomuera of liimilii-s In whl then are In service., to norm who arc the support faged and destitute parent, Bnj for other sunl- ferond. Tlie commutation clause,...

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