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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 13 December 1864

Evening (telegraph TUESDAY, PLCEMnP.R. 1.1, 184. SPIRIT OF TIDE KEW YORK PRESS, LrMtfHns Kdltorla.s from tho New York Taper, Tills Morulnr. ruiMt, Tins couiuiy is v running; into di'it nt tlio rate ol fully l.u I he n.U'ii . which w, .u id Ii i. iiuivrt .-i.n-i.i bnntlrcd tui iu - dv u t.,!ei j -oi; mil ( b8 III ( ur (trri'MV. Ti '. t tie. l r. in i i . '., , o'!.i P'T niiauiii, y lielmv tintr lipi'l li l' li to Is ti s ;( i- Ii ! sny : u e nvl lor mulled tlie Hi m , mi-1 iia.se tw Vv .i. i nt-s in r lor tf( 'MIC. II I ,'! ! r l.v .if mi I allni'-s Mild naval icicc, n.eti vk nu.l.. Uuy a. Iimf tli-e ri.tes il cur fw ... 'uu -.- -..i .virtu mmtv lo Binrtv-livi' icnts in m-' pi r oiii tr. Our sin n ol war, tliu tuts, ..vij. -tn- .. u. Hi arm-, iriuiitt nitli.n, iii 1 iioiirly v-ry'h'ii.-' . -.' i iun I lor tliu prohi i n i. hi (i .i' ' r-.i..,t a ,i, c ., in Den y twin n l.uf't !;i - i to our uliir Cev ..sttnj tll'l llitll ti ll I tl ll - I If V Tl in niir cur r, ,. U . fi Is not lliO...

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. — 13 December 1864

TUKSDAT, DKCfcMDER 13, 180. ART OF Itr.AlTIIH.ATIO" I'ASIS. The reinrn of (he (ray world to the capital It fleo a source of rnrinun surprises. Hod or grey if often fonnd to have chinked lo auburn or black; mil stranger still, lioads that Lava been pre yiiiusljr coyr-rcd with lihr k or dark brown hair, are tttn, ou their return to town, to be overod with Itxuriant mips of flaxen curls. Otliurn, whose heads tnl been actually (.Try, came bark with hair us wlii:o in Mmw, every bit of color hating been, by some ingenious rhemlntl pro cess, completely (f'i'ti'n nil of. lllondis and fcruacttes, too, are fnuiiil to have chunked tiicir complexions, an I fn! people to have grown thin, and thin people lit;. I tot U sexes scera equally kllfnl In bringing aoont these metamorphoses, which have usually h. on the result of a summer passed ut some rcinoto chateau, out of al'ht of "the denr five bundled" by whom these cuiioui charges nrc to b : duly ailtniriU and iiii..nd, as l ie ease nifty ho. The ...

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. — 13 December 1864

? wiring Srlegtaph TUESDAY, W-'.CKMBKR 1:1, 18SI. THE FAIR PEX IN CHINA. Am Amrrli'mi l.tMly thit hi, . Amotiir the pnongcrii i.n li-i.ir.l the slilp Jnub ttrll, win n she k.i raptured ami burnril liy Hie Rebel pira'o fin,;,!,,, -.n Mrs. II. liwight. who wm tho wlff ul'nti An'prK'an xcntlciunn biiMlnir Art otllrltil vt.iii n nndor tlio Clilm-sc (iorurn nutit a piruli.ir po"i:ioi,, which Is iliut dc tii el : " lly flic trr-atlr-a wh h ban- iijicned the trmlo 01 tbo en pin-to Inr-i titers, the Uliinec (invorti tin nt (nthpp to cmi1v, at en-h i.t' the livo inns mrritii lieu in Hie trm it -i, un Anr rtiu'i, Krtfli-h, or r'rrm-ta coiinms-ion-r ol cu-t.mn, wi'li the nerofary- mlwvriliimte otllcrs, and w ith a miper initndrnt at their trail, who r.-Mili- at I'ckitiir. near ilio conn. Th;-si- eoinnit-si"iirrii a -t only beiwren 'lie J vimment Hiid f ireiffrcrs ; thev are appi.jnted nml paid by the Iiupi-riul court, whh U po M-Mie ilr-M-n'pti"rn ol their permm-al appear, ancc so mini. to and...

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. — 13 December 1864

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1864. VXFUl KMTION late from tlic South. Riant 0X3 iwrats or satirmy. GIN. SHI B MAN'S MOVEMENTS. Failrro of an Attempt to Cross tho Savannah. MOVING DOWN THE OOECIIEE IN TWO COLUMNS. JrS.. ., :.. Km., rn-., :ie. flperlnl In Tim lRvPtiinir T l";rijti. W'ahiiiniiton, DoccmliiT 13. Uiclimnni pa pers of Pturd.y, received bore this marnlrtff Have iiuwh of Sturmim up to last SunJ.i! They report him . then tiianMiiir down the Ogeiliee with n iinuy vovpi on cither siilo of be river; tbat lie i tf-vTyitril to join lifs forces on Tuesday la it, but waa litis r.ucil; t!mt a boily o' bis tniopi tttfunptnl a pa-l;i?o of one of tho fcrricn of the Suvammh, but was driven. Tho Hehcls prophesy th.it a Initio inunt lmvo enucil ere thin, anil, wlii.o they m'O Tory tein perntf in their t"ne, they prt!'tw to liclievo t'jut they h.ive a Kiiflleioiit ntimhcr of troop", iu and wound Suviinnuh to ilcfmt Nlu-irarin. Cliief Justice Clmo wni t...

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. — 14 December 1864

THE ING TKLJ V H DOUBLE MIKIX rillLADELrillA, AVKDNKSDAY, DKCEMHKtl M, IS(4. PMCE THREE CENTS. ! Sherman's Expedition. Official Despatch from Socro tary Stanton. THE CRISIS IN Gr.0R3IA. Clotiing Scenes of the Groat Oiuupai gn. SHERMAN AT THE CATE3 OF SAVANNAH. HiB Army in Line of Bottle Before 1 1 tbe City on Monday, Dec. 12. Ma bthonq rebel pouce said fl TO HI! OPPOSTTifl .TT"T War DvrAHTHK.iT, Wahh ini. ion, December i.l, 8 P. M. To Major-Generul Dlx, ,Mcv York : (he Richmond papers of yesterday report Gene ral Sherman at Iiioomingdale, fifteen mile from r-avannab, on Saturday, Decemlscr 10. He U re- H)rttd by this morning's Richmond papers, as Iwill be teen by the following telegram from fenerut Grant, to be In line of battle not flvo ,-iilcs from Savannah : City Point, Va., December 13. Honorable . M. Stanton, Secretary of Ti ar: Richmond apcrt of to-day contain the following. The llcbmond lHspnUh snys; '-Sherman is neir .Afavannab, probably not htc miles distant. 11a ' f jaa no...

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 December 1864

WECNtSDAT, EBCFMBKR 11, 1ST,. PKTKi.t:rn. T . oiiobthi.t.ow, c. The pourlnjt rid wi fl!ii)(? fast. Ai 'he "HorocDCrk reRlon pswtl An till Creek nin, mid tuuJ and slonh, Wftu tfirsw up hi lint and cried, "I! goU, l'etroluuiu !" Hisrliscas wer pale, bis eyes were bright At a flash from a patent kerosi'i) lUlitt His boots, as they sank In the Rreiisy ground, fiplMbed ont the oily, nieloilious sound l.trolcmn ! In ftrike prospectlTe he did sell An hundred lliouiand barrel well. A)OTe tho claims he didn't own, Jhat from bin hi art drew forth a groan, Fctroleuiu! Sink not that well," his ronsolcnce ild ; 'Too big sirlko may striko you dead." Vp goes the derrick, down the bore, lip comes the mud-pump. "Wuitf allowing o'er ?" l'etioli urn 1 "Pell out !" cried Frtidotice "Take a nap In Madmie Turtuiic'e unctuom lup." Td lriny tears full from each eye, fthe'll (low moro yet" was hi reply, l'etroleum ! newar,he g'ln out,' like many a well, Or meet with au accident; no one can tell; A H.iUK ver...

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 December 1864

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBCR 14. 18M. TnciiRn i,Annji oft ik moon. An eminent physi Ian of Pubis, Ireland, Doc tor Itotiert Adrtnn, In recent lecture la that city, referred to Rome of the Srien'tfl" THfeoveriejj of Modern Timet aa having been anticipated by the Bible. As an example of the striking coincidence which he finds, we take brief extract In regard to tbe circulation of the b'ood. This has been clamt d one of tbe grctt medle.tl discoveries of modern time. tisvinBliten dlsc;vcrrl br Hiirroy la the year 1610. lint tbe it' turor dAtct the laowlcdpc of this fart a fur tiai h; ai the time of KIur Solomon, In proof which If quotes from the twelfth chapter of K.ccleiasti '. His argument mt least U curious, and we commend It to those who are interested in tracing inch analogies : lir'ore )Iarey' time, as we hear often men tioned, air was suriposi'd U) ocnipjr tbe great arteries, but in Solomon's description we bare 1m iU before ns not a pnenmaiic, but a hydraulic apparatus, whir h consists o...

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 December 1864

TllH DAILY" KVKN1NG TKLKfJUAlML 1MHL ADKMMIIA, WKD.VRSDAY, DKL'KMBKI, 11, 1801. Owning (Telegraph A DAIJ.V AI'II.KKIVjX N H WS r.l r BR. OTICK No. ins W. THIM) STI.KKT. fttee Tun r Cikii rt CVrt (lioahln ".heel), ir BlGtrTHl( ftr I'"1 '" payable m t errlr-, aid eaa"-d 10 fut'ortl'rie (101 of Hi I'.ITnl ie )iii.ia. Aol Ok H i.r " KtrTT Vi r.iu Ti Mi ' . m nlihlf In adiai.re r.ir tli p-rlod c. r"J. Advrrtteeinrrte Imetted l tin mtiil nil a. A hbrrel ltrudfnfl Blade fnr extemted Iniertlonii. To AiWa-rilnr-r. In llearenl lnrree In the I'limii'lon Tn Hi i-NtNU Tin (''.u i coiiip T 1 1 r : in In ti in rh ho'ir, Wf iTk '.H! Tn ifii 'r i- ssr ' ke tmlHirll )P a Mkvi a 111" rl. rl. . if posslul. U-em aa tne rl'nn in ail .,: nnr t.!uini. vri)Nr.?nAT, mrEMnrR n isfli. Ml Kill IV. General Hhmlman I.h a viry IYiiIU'iiI tlii-nm (ir cofijwtnre mid Poi-nlotion. Tli flut.-i, howpver, may ratHy be argued from his anti crpated capture of Savannah. lie will tlii-reliy obtain a permanent base from which...

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. — 14 December 1864

"VVVDNKSDAT, Dr.riiUPKR 1 1, BPIBIT Oi TILE KE"W YORK PUEoJ. Ladln2 F.uUorUi'. from Hit Vir lurk r;iir litis Morulnv. iiium.r hii'ohi itt m m-imkk. MAI IWt'.IJM. Ntt (II. V fe ,,!(. We pililifh till ii. .rn:n thr o'lii'I.tl ttlejr.un fit tirrM'Tj f.an'ou. HU', . urn ;); ,nt ((..-nt'ial hrrman la thnr. Vrne a' SS' ntr of Ntv.inn.ih. Thin lniiormnt intilvun i- tl.c fu-wr have liml from tbe War IK r Hrlii.cnt im-c f.cwral "Mer man bean hi miri-l;, an,'', in manner n ml nuttir, It is amoiltl tlot'iitr.i 1 1. I. vill ijj w.n that tlie Infui ni:jlltni IsdiTi-. eel l'r :u K.i.IiiikiihI tin, ot, nnd ieavr-s no doubt Hirst (iYim-mi Mn'r.ii.ui, w til tiic co-operation of Henna! I n-ttr. Ii ii iMlhiid fiivaiiDith and the Keb-I riniiv eirti mliir; it trinn b) rest of tho fco-r:ilifd Cnieeiera. v. Gmirrul hticru.au moved tlir'nivh Cintial Oeorgla in two ro! imn. In a slow, Iriiurt iy maimer, linking fe'luts utum two Import int i it ntit of his atrect romp, ami thus uctraiinir tho UoIkIh Into acv...

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. — 14 December 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM HIlLADELFIIlA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER U, 1804. WFINF..DAY, IJtXCKMBRR 14, IBM. NEWS JOTTINGS. Hold if said to bve een fotind lately In small quantities near lienninirton, Vt. The corner stone of Jewish synagogue was laid in Ban Francisco last month J Water wit Introduced into Newport, Vt, laxt wck, 1T a new ariueilort company. Th flftrnth annual mretinf; of the Vermont Teacher' Association will be held in St. Albans, oo Tutsday, January 10. P-Tlie trusters of tho Mussiichusettg Stat Agri cultural Cc!lr8c bve P'1' f,,r " tlie lanJ atAm lert which la to form ,ne fBrm connected, with that isstitutlun. Tlw aggregate amount of money which liaa keen raised and expended by the several town In Vermont, In bounties for voluntoers, is nearly four million dollars. The 10th Army Corps alone devoured on Thanksgiving ttirkeys. 34'.'! chickens, 143 Imireit of apples, and 17 barrels and boxes of plea, cakes, Ac. M.ijor-Ocneral Cadwaladcrhas lieen assigned to the ronimnnd of ...

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. — 14 December 1864

THURSDAY, DECEM V -r )AKS, Ac. k i W1,I)NKSDAY, DKCKMBKR 11, ISO.. TO my win:. The violotlnvci n miniif tuink, The cowslip loves the Ion, Tbo "cnrlet crpepor Iovc the elm ; lint I love thoe! Tlio Minshlno ki, iiioimt nnd va!e, The nI.iim thfe kisn The flea, The wi r-t wiiul kit the clover bloom ; Hut 1 kls thee. f ttaKtr!:Ult S I'HAYI'.K-IIOOK KPI'OUT or A i ANTIUI AllY. A London bookseller in oil'erlnir for Sale a ' volume which it Is claimed is Shnkespcare'l own praycr-biHik. Mr. Toiilmln Smith gives to tho London Time tbo following account of the ( relic: t "A mm living at V'hitclinrcli, North Shrop. 1 aliil-i. tiifkf.il tin lu-t HTirit.tr fur t. .., ..nr... tl. ...... .......... ... . .-j.. .... u IJLIli.a Ll.llo ..1.1 1 1 m ...I.: .1. . ... . 1 w vjiu iiMiiB. ji wniuii uue was 1 1 id pruyor-noou. The brother of Mr. ritril-e, bookseller at Wel lington, Shropshire, lianpemiiff to be in Wiut . chureu at tbo end of Mav, and it belnj? known tliat he (ometluiei liouplit oM editions o...

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. — 14 December 1864

Till DAILY KVKN1NG TELWI.'AVII. JPIIILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER H, Ififil. 8 WEDNESDAY. PKCKMimU 14, If 4. The If aa tf (be Wr Dpnrtntat. Tba poblie will ltarn with unusual pleasure VuU Ue rrportt of Secretary Btanton't Intended Tesigantion reports that grew out of a transient 111 nest, th result of overwork arc altof-othcr aafouailfil. Mr. Stanton will eoatinne to lit ebarie llic arduous duties of bin position no long as b Khali tiare strength for the work. No man Ui the Administration bu had a more anerous and dilllrnit task than be; no ono lias had to ile il with more novel, t implicated, and emNtrnissine; ciiirsiion ; and no one has bail to moot auch a variety of wills, or to dispose of sadi a man of iuipnic tu iiiilo snptrcstioris in he hi', in hi Inter course with the numerous olllwra atnl aients of the army; hat it is doing nw injustice to others to any I tin i no une has dim hai ticd hie duty with ((renter promptitude., energy, discernment, and justice. As an orpinircr o...

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 December 1864

I -Philadelphia, Thursday, December is, 18ci. "FT H DOUBLE S1IEET. Sherman's Expedition. Rebels Groaning Over the Prospec tive Fall of Savrvnn ihi KILPATRICK'S BATTLES. im, r.t., ric, --., mc, rin., emu Uhrrmxn fit lllonniltitliilf - fh Rebel PokIIIiiii itl NHtHiimh Itnliriilt o Hole). JVm RxAi-iotK-l l'fHll. A, UtrrH.!,-, I Thef ;imt we hear from 8hr. nun is that on fsatnrria.) be wai ut bloomine'tale, on the Central Oeotgia Jtuilroad, fllteen Uiics wont of Savan nah. It vine not ab .i if certain whether il U.' .11 In his hrriltTOn n . .. aft. I. !... 1 , .. - 1. 1.. r. - ........ ,-. ... m. .... rv i l'.' l. It J LV B Hlu awry down to i 'j i. or null .iv.ir to f.iro-) a l"' t ol tbe Savnunah iher, r r for l'or. yiu vai. Our prvdtl.n at Savannah is 1-rTIi-ult. as In oviDg ilie iieccsi'y of protec.i.ig IhiiIi til city And Si me tell mill a of I'm Savium ih uurl (tlm-lei ton Railroad, which, leaving the city on the wed, curvi s m the mm h and cros-es thu rivor clglt inl'cs above, She...

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 December 1864

Till: DAILY KVKN1NG TFXWil! "" rTT?c.r i v ,,i.v.. vcmntj Stlcgvaiih ab THU RSDAT, DKCRMBKR 15, 1M4. TIIK .I'NKKN TOW. Where tlic eit in miiillug So viicefitlly, There aim id n v.tr In i!h a cone Lv ; 1 Hut ifcp (inen eii'tu opcn'J To nmke iiit'i Anrl Hie oitv alnnil em ilcneatlj the wave. Writ 10 Mfe ami lseaiity Dweit limit o Tlie O" ru-hoi Ami xawc'il rrow ; The men who iI acII ilicre In ilms of yure, Niiw h. iir me, mm- not Tin J arc no menu. Hut pi nt L'luauiii'H To the oeeun at le, A ml (Market), lienrken, To the UptnR title Ami a mint hwici mime Will iloHt to thee, Like cliiiri'h-ricilM ekmiln' Aerobe the sea. It l the olden, The sunken Town. Vbii li faintly eliliueth, l'nr latin tun down ; An ilie eiiiLitet.u wuuilcr Si I HllttiV llf. The fwee' nutra tremble, Ami moan ttliJUiu. Where now Is moorland lie- eck'il wall olil, Where the, deep lns thicken Ami sutlur cold Ol old tin re hlosiom'tl, Divinely I'rce, A llowtry kingdom Of I'oesy. A wondrous kingdom (If mild doliKln. 'Ne...

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 December 1864

TIIVKDAY, W.Cl'.MUl.R 15, 1884. JniNH I'IKK'N I ntsr SEASON. Visa Tlnk has huudrrd avrl tweWe prvrtners, Ti(! she dots not knnw tJif r nam ; the doos not Ten txpc ct to know them ; hat lb pre it one wis has famed her rteriul pr.-.ti'r.le hj wearing s little curly erl, tnd sbe n'aai s nmcinbf rs lii dump. Asdtlure ia a lor i, 10 bns tarh very rcdbalrtli.it one ranm t tm'-i.il.p lilm, What a pity tl.cy dn't enoh Lave a rtrrl. WuuM not a clplier tnttooul on the rhrek he a lirllliint Idea ? Or rnt In ilv lilskcri ol nurh :n hnve whiskers at one si.wa n name In i.iit..rd mid crcs, yoa know ! Itutticr n piwtic ldr.i, eh ? On the whole, Miss I'ink la rot dure that she apprwiaks the clerks, her cavaliers. Phc hud Ti'loni of six-f )t beme like the picture f "Charles O'MaUey" bcnutiful people, with long mo istaohes ; whilst amonpst her partners there is not a middle-Hired moustache! I'oor dear Mi.s i'ink! M annul puis all tier pricTuni . 8 in In r p icket as (die e es up atuirs, and sn.lli' 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. — 15 December 1864

THE DAILY K VEXING T K , Efi It A 1 'I I. I' I 1 1 L A D K LP1 1 T A , THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1.1, 1301. (Anting clcflvaph a iian.v ArmK jrpwrArvn. Ol TICK No. VM' TI11KD HTUKKT. Trio Tiikm lure Tk fort (lionM.- Khcet), r-r yii.iti nfN ( ' mm lilt Warn, peyaMi' to the ('airier, mid ena'.cri to rtiJ pft.ere not uf the Cut At Wia tVo.i.Aat n Mita r IMJ.n i rini run lniH nlne-wie, invariably In edei ua for the p rlod t'liTod. ..ilvr'Hn'ii-ei l In -ci If il at Hi" uival ratl. A lieTiil AltetiCI-rat'Bt Blade fur eNteii.tcd lli.erllotie. To Ailat rlln ri. Owmir to ilif f mat In-ri e In th ' I. nil. ! n "I as FtKMVI 'I til I ' . K A I'll . rl 'I (I 't' II K Hi I" J" A' to eail hour. tirni'tiMt ri' i'in-1 .'tl " Ivr-f . orii"it. :nv Sanilfltn ua ,om an Hi o rWA. If posst'ilu, tu Ik' m aa laui rtlon In all o: "or cduioiit. Till ItsnAY. IiF.CKMBF.R 1", Wi. MllllltlX IIFlltO FROtf. A tt-lrgrniii jiutl rotvivinl from Wrtsliliitrv.i announce"! tli'i rweiiit of an olHiiul l.'.H;i!rli frrin Ifi'ar-Ail...

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. — 15 December 1864

THE DAILY EVEMXG TETJ-KJllAriLIIILADKLPlIIA, TI1U1WDAV, MOEMBEK l. 1801. 5 THURSDAY. DKtT.Mnrit 1'. 11. TIIE PETROLEUM miXCE. ,1 " fnrnt J';,ii'f'or a ir'ii h rr ),- wnif.Wv irla'ef t'if Aa' rnfin. r. i f.wnt fir jwitf.r, trm, t't.'tr J,ii imj ahiM i rrt f flrttllVCS If ilis ft nfrtuntt, '.?) Jt It," ti yitirr r,ih uuui'lir r-'i,tii r ti lth jv ;cfW I'm i'rrM.'.'p' i",. ,,.,, i .'nrr.i! ait rtc?. I" . . i j'rr,)i, Uch- "o-', 'P'li'.'irt'., Nt (. ' " s. ," 7 V.,-, !,,,,. ,( m 7 'A-- v. . " f; ..rti ,..' rowy. phlifr 7 Mi TO oi! 'iltPMnHi, VM rOHI'iiM:! h l-i I - J 1 .U I ill llf I IH I i II I V " I i I III I U i II," i! A. l;. I. A N C A T V. K. Fr wv trvrn 1' Is f t-rl of i.mM.m mi. I Ik - ki, ?1 ere t' f ma lili ,;,u in r- n.ttv i. 'p nt t. praJn a tt.au -a! If.t'in. whan il.r m .i o. Ui- 1 il S'.Imh-I on ft ( r itri t o"t t On., TllP W'.i-t'i tt I pit'' nCt'lf Cll'-l ( ,'ltl" tl 'Hi K''K Uiri-oijli tlir t . - iklii't'i- .tlr ; A tul -mi ncli nri' t'lf io k In tli.t n ..on, I m tl ...

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. — 15 December 1864

r I TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, DECEMBDIt 15, 18G4. c (Swung gclcgraph TUUIUDAY, PKIKMKER 15, 1S6. HINt.N AM Ht.lHS MlttHIU HtH TO Til HUS tr'M Wit KM. r'irt n Hie list U ire 'irand Duke NicViIit of Unmi, heir ip,ariMit li a cei:ru thai Uonil ivcr one .e.critb. of the. iniVu iM,.' globe an em pire thut has Ha hit niiou iline continent", anil uMin twu uf them iioe . a liroiulcr ar.; than any otliir nation. He is twenty-one j e.irs nltl, tiaiiilMjmr, proud, seir-willrd, as arc nil tuu Kumnn. tl. He reseiiiiilci, In iippranirKe and character, lux KMtnlfiilhur Niciiol is, who w m in b . day anions; the timt mn.rei:;u of l.iiropu. The ukit lintiit of hii Imperial ancestors of fot Riinc tin Ir wive-, nw th.u Ku-si.i bnipscd It tiirui-abuth year id em-lt-m e, and eivili.atitm liaa n lonnio toe ih'oii'i: and Miltuneil their milli ner, in no lunger au objection to him. When the mutter i f tin marriage W;i flrt spoki n of, a u.c one d that there were f ut live prlnooH...

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. — 15 December 1864

a vcning Sielcgraph THURSDAY, DKfTiMHr.R 1", IV, t. WAV fRIU. J fcnwko I In vain nt th" pVIi m tn'1 dor; A tnrtlilnn i uli lit- fciv in tin- pin r. (irmly I tiinioil MI"ff:on' jMtp; 1 en nthpri wi ro w, (liiu ; I w ia toy l-i'iv T'sin wnn'rl I np'rn ,c!i 11 n ,r' , tulrt) al)0 !c, No curM bud I won, n paiirrtj, I roiic. W litre IimIu-tv I.iiIi' '. a (littiri.-p tn cuin, I nn't only t-tf", s'iirv.itlnn, an J (a u. Throm-li lifr 1 hue .. nrht lli.' ilnt.ln ul C 'ti'.i'nt; It lic knit ft. line vuiii-lii il licu urarer 1 wi iit. Ore riitvre I I'miiil; 'ik t'lin-v hiiJ low; 'Tliitlnr fur rc.iik'i; at lut I in iv f',. i .a portil- nrr erf n lo welcomf r icli en-sat ; Tlicrc in mi y l, fi.ni nip in niinrc -ounht re-t. A VISIT III Tin: uitr;r Vlll.l A: or HI I. A I !. 1. Among nil tlin oSj. cts of nurnrnt M-onery In the world, the one pie e iMihv.i for Irs ierriMo frrnilt'.ir It the ftr.at i-rnu r of Ki aui-i. AHhonh tins lake of molten luv.i, wuh its rlomnof sulphur nil liillowsul (in, Uu ...

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. — 15 December 1864

s (Tmuiufl telegraph TIIUIUDAY, SECKMSSIl 16, ISM. srarr of the jtew yobs pacaa. iMdlnij, KdltrUU from the Saw fork rnptrs T1U llunilug. HAI TAXIS. .fVent U Tribune. Ve dupreca'e all avuiJable war, but we In. Wnely loathe a rfctmy war. A action Involved Ib wur should alwnys right al buu!i It full Iti tootlf d and expected to fl tbt Its way to peace within the yenr ensuing. Tueettle down Into war ax a natural, permunmt condition to wiga lazy, sliiftlcm war Ij at once diiKractful and periloud. A nation at wur I largely t the mercy cf jealous rivnln, who venture on insults and en ercachmeiitu which they would shrink from in time of pence. A war huouM always bewared as a conliaRratlon It resisted, and a nation which Las ceuctd to tight in earnest shoul J cease to fight at all. M'e cherlli no hydrophobic: horror of public drtil. Wf can even admit tliiit certain incident il UraBtajtei) mint lrom ita i:itU nee. But wo realize ivko timt, a pnlilic relit may bo H.vcliuit lmip.viiliiit!y, tuo...

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