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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 July 1864

MAPI hi H H A J. A O rmcE TWO CENTS. rilHADKLlIIA, TUESDAY, JULY 2tf. 1S(1. PRICE TWO CENTS.S r ) THIRD EDITION fHIGIILYIMrOUTANT "ANOTHER INVASION. ADVANCE OF GEN. EARLY. BATTLE AT WINCHESTER. FIGHTING ALL DAY. REBELS OCCUPY WINCHES TER AND MARTI NSBURC. UNION TROOPS REPULSED. j THEY FALL BACK TO HARPER'S FERRY 1 DEATH OF COLONEL MULLIGAN. REPORTED DEATH OF GE. AVERILL lEto., X3to.. Ito., Jit., 13to. speM-lnl to Thr EvnilnK Trloif rrh. Baltimouk, July 2G. This tuorniug'i Sun publishes the following: Sfli an cany nour ycstcruny morning, rumor was rife that a battle hurt taken place between .. .1 17.K..I .' . - .. ti': 1 a.iw tuiuu auu jvuue! luiuca null! T lulicntci , Va. and that the Union forces had sustained a repulse. Vpon lnqnii-y at otllclal quartern, the following farts were ascertained : About eleven o'clock on Sunday morning, the Rebel forces under Generals Breckinridge and Jr.arly attacked the Cnion forces under Generals uCrook and Averill, and Colonel Mulligan, at or ,j n...

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. — 26 July 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JULY 2G, 1801. Crying tlcppli A ttSLX ATOXKOO tr.WBTXTTM. OFFICE No. 108 sTtHIRD STREET. rtiei Two irrf r OorT, or Twm.v Cirr Tr IFsnM. tMywlt tolne Canter, ao4 matted M ubsortber jU ! (My MRlsDouiaarita AMmH On DOI.I.AI Wtm Two Mdvth, Invariably la ilmm W pertoa AnrUMiwt tnserOa' el the " ntM, A Ubsyral marenrat ne fcc xtenaea' eaeertlens. T trrT-e"I'IJti. Ifo neflos eaa e Anonym-ma flommnnlrstlrtn. TAhatrvOT la taieadesl lorliMerU n must be authen l aied tr hf nam and adbe. f writer not ncos.aarll) tor ihj)k-auem. bet a. mierante. for till good faith. We anuot andetak u return rejected Communications. T AdrtlMri. Wtrwrt In rraal Increase tn the C'trcnlstlon of Tur BvRiriftA Tm.aonAi-H, oomvellln; us to an te pre At an early er, w. .'aently renne.l that advertisement, omv t lianim In a anon aa 10 o'.Virk, II polble, to secure Men an InacrUsa In all of oar edition. TCF.SDAY, JULY 20, 186-t. SIOW, IW MI I. IT ART OPKRATIOW. TO iw i'...

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. — 26 July 1864

A If 1 THE DAILY EVENING TKLEGRAPH. PniLADELPmA, TUESDAY, JULY 20, 1801. 3 ,1 i I in inec aFT ' 1 : 1 e.rl au lia- laijrl troil ti. h. llll ,M "1 lit Tl'KSDAY, JTI.Y 2B, IMI. PIRH OF THE HEW YORK PEES3. Ifidlng KdltorlalH from the Kew Turk Papm This Morning. THAT IH llli: MIMTAMY VAI.I i: Ol' ATI.AVI A? &m Ins Time. l'or lliirc months, ltus a week, a column, rival. ng In strrngtli the great Army of tlic rotomar, as been forcing In war towards tbo city of At- nta, In (leorRlu, its pmgrcaa bin disputed at erf step by tlic seend f,T"at aruiy of the Con- cracy. V hut i the object lioo tHMac.sjon istifira srirli an cxpenililiirn of both oflVnsive a dtlcni-lve ton:o, lien ei'lier mitnimnist needs hrry nun and every gun It run iiiuhit, in front t the t'onfclrr.ite ('annul ? In 'ho. firnt nlnre. it ft Atlanta Hull n niixlern, well-built city, now 1 protichitiR its twenty-first year, but still sooner rearli In freedom birthdiiv. Laid out in a cir- far form, with n raillus of nliout a mil...

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. — 26 July 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH nnLADELrMA, TUESDAY. JULY 20, 1864. TVF.NDAT, JULY 26, 1064. KFWS FROM TEE 80UTH. Ih Ap- pointmput of If 004l m rv few Instance In whloh thy rrw tlcnt lu (xerciMd t)io puwor of roiuoj.il. na tne known notorions Incomptcn.y of ,!'"' fc.re-tnlure removal by him, l)""'" K '"I" w .tirfy tery one that nthittf b'it the Miort urgent Hole, Density hH. cunp-HeJ hli.t to re-lttjvo wrontnil Johnston of bl nniman.l. 1 be l. w ms of rtmorsl., eonl.loro.l in coiinty tion with is, goccen of our tnn, showi .that tlie I'ro-i-dent i food jii-lfTOof mililriiy merit ami nl.i liir m.ike ft"' arpointmcnts, anti hm aeUlom rtas'on to n pent his Iceliun. We t'live that where ho lias atcu Mluly on lb dk'tat of lil own judgment lie linn mmio nu ul-titJit-s ; hut inur-b. Ui'lcrcnce 1, due to the opiu Itiuti and wi-hos of lur,'e botlios oftlio people, not kfcaure they are the beet .judiic ol militury worth and ifnt'leriry, but boran-c it is. sometime, letter to do wrong, mid atioty 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. — 27 July 1864

THE rm EILIEUIRAFB H PHILADELPHIA, AVHDNlvSDAY, JULY 27, 1S(1. PIIICE TWO CENTS. T. PRICE TWO CENTS. THIRD EDITION, ARMY OF POTOMAC. BRISK SHILLING ON MONDAY, Bcbcl Account of the Battle at Atlanta, and the Affair at Snicker's Gap. Etr., late, a;io., i;ic., mo. "Wasiiinotosi, July 27 Information from hcadn,uaitcrs of the Army of the Potomac to Juy 25, rays the shclllngand picket liritig between tho JHh Corps and the enemy, yesterday, was inoro lirlsk than usual, an. I was kept up all div. Pnring tho afternoon a shell from one of our puns struck one of tlio encmy'i cai'sons, which exploded with a loud noiBc. Very few civuulticn occur, considering the largo Uantilies of powder spent by both parties. No exchange of papers have licen mad.; be tween the picket for ome days pint, the Kebel commanders having strictly prohibited it. A Kichinond paner of the 2'-'d claims a decided Yietory at Atlanta, driving our forces back with heavy Ion. It also Buys our forces wero de feated at Hnicker's ...

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. — 27 July 1864

Tim DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH TOILADELPIIIA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1864. A DACT AITMIXOOH HEWS f ATM. CfTlCE No. 108 S. THIRD street. prfcx Two fasTt Pes Oorr, or Twaim Ckts Psb WsaaaaTaMetothe Carrt.r,and mailed to Subscribers at of tin War at Six IKu.aiu Pm AKNt'iti Oaa IK.i" tm Two Mourn, Invariably la advance for th period aatdaraa AArattlMSMBto tnaerted at th sinal rates. A Ubarai sYaafwueat bu4o (tor nterffled insertions. T Co rr"iMl . nolle, ran be taken of Anonymm.. ,:;;''',?.,'7;i ".av.r to lnt.n.led (hr l",B.,n.!,u !A bT the aame and uMw nfthe wrtc;r"i ' wl gaMkftot IKWUll M return rww1 LXH.muiug... twiu tA tt srest fnereae In the. Circulation of Tu vail Tsi ar. compelling na to no to pre.. At an iw,r r ' riuel that advertisement, may Khlredrn as soon 10 Okir., tl pollU-, to secure j!TlhUartn to II of our oduinns. WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1U. I TIIE HEW NATIONAL LOIN. Mr. Fkbbendkn having fulled to como to MtWactory terms with the New York bank, baa appealed to the people to lend h...

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. — 27 July 1864

HIE DAILY EVENING TELKQRArn.PmLADELPmA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1804, VfKDNKSDAY, JULY 27, 1H. Erarr or the hew tosk paES3. lending Rdltorluls from the New York Papers This Morning. MR. rKNSF.XDKVN AI'IT. il.. from Vit Tiit-itnr. If the omin ry had needed frcoh assurances, of tbe alillliy and fitmsa ol our new Secretary of tlic Triasory, It would liaro found them lu his appeal to the country printed in our lal. Mr. 'esrentten bolieren (as wo do) that our great far drawn to a close. Hut lie frankly tells tlif loyal people that it ii their war, nnd that it will cloe in tiltimph and i-ociirify or ia defeat nod dlsKnico as their nets shall delormlno. If they shall prar.tlnilry say, "Wo will not lend otir money to llio (iuvcrniiient, because wo tan make tuoro by uslni; it in Rulil-irainiillnir or in looiiopoilzlng iho iiccvsariea of Itle," then our fcrnitrn must ao not onlv unnaiil. but timed, and d.iukii, iiiu ,inn,i-u i n iiri-iiiiiuiiu utut; I u uiHHwcriina uitxraur. liut II tliey shall 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. — 27 July 1864

TUB DAILY EYEN1NQ mKOnArH, HnXADEtPUU, WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 186L WEDNESDAY, JULY 27, 1864. (iMpaln ftnllliisr np flitj Blvvr rytwltja to Attvad tbc Namnm 4f Mark Aa- BY HIM MABTHA M Wht mnRlc tislon steal npononr ft-Tit, And olldus along some ethereal pri' ' . . But murk ! nor n.cnk ! I-o ? there it conif giO I Ah no) 'Us not a dr am ! 'lid not drvnm, . 'or ow a gniler grncefnl dmh lrnj Aad kims the wat. ru like Km 1 he silken sails, of pnrple Due, .... Whilct 'round the tW' P lhe br'ht waves enrl. , ,,, , ... Hweet music breaks upon In en. hnntpd air. Far o'er the wa. in sonfri of glatlncss there. Heicrtcd Tarmu' nivtlnd" line the shore. To we wbat mortiii cje ne cr mot liotorc. 1 elected, sad, unguarded and alone, rond Ant'a.r at upon his crimson throne. And now, loud shouts, huzzas, and ilrufnltip cheer, Arrmt th'amaz'd Triumvir's jealous ear. Ji reeilmsn quick proclaims "With gntnd dis play, A noble ship majestic wcnils her way ; Above, proud Kg'ypt's royal e Llpns fly. And seem ...

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. — 28 July 1864

TUB DAILY EYKNltT t ? - lfKH, PRICE TWO CElr. rtiUia. , THIRD EDITION, FROM GEN. GRANT'S ARMY. HIGHLY IMPORTANT $THE ARMY MOVING. THE DETAILS SUPFHESSED iUtt THE PHESENT. Sparlnl to Th irvrnltiu- Trtogratpti. Wahiiinuton, July 28. By tlic arrival of Oio mall boat thin morning from City Point we have Intelligence of great liiteront from Ocncriil Grant's army. To speak of the movements In detail would be highly Improper, and the Government only permit this announcement to I published at Uie present time. FROM NORThIrn" VIRGINIA, IISTKHICHTIINCi NEWS. GEN. KELLY AT MARTINSBURG. NO HEAVY FICHTIIMC. BEBELS HAVE NOT RECROSSED INTO MARYLAND. Washington, July 2K. The latent authentic Intelligence U that General Kelley now occupies Martinsbnrg ; that there ban been no heavy tight tug within the past three or four days ; and that there Is no information that the Rebels have recrossed Into Maryland. i ne tirpiibucan, in an extra, says : "A despatch from General Hunter, to the Gov jrnment, reec...

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. — 28 July 1864

Owning Etlcgrapli IAfT,T ATTEKNOOH HKWaFAPU. CITICE No. 108 S. THIRD STREET. tVIrt Two Cbhti Pta Com, of Twain Cair?s Pa Waaw, swyaNe to the Carrier, aid mailed Siibiorlbers at aT Mi OR? MHixDou.au Pub Aumiat On Iot.i.a roa Two Moirim, InvarlaMy la adnos for tut rn4 ArrUafU Insert'! at tht Bnl rales. A unerat tXTSltl 'JWt madt fbr ftlUrfflfKl faoi.rtloaa. Tt CrtrvtvatM.tsrfr-aita. Wo eHee m be taken nf Anonr""" 5 """"'"lioria. kalifr II lalaml-l Ibr la.ertl S'ltn'n I fail tr 'lie aeme anil cd.lra . nl if wrteer-o nece.s.rll) tor iwlwtwilion, kut taraiiie r nt ""d talih. Ve tVaaot Htaai to reiure ny Communiot.aa. Ta Attvertlavrtt. twlat t rHe treat Ineraaw In the Herniation of Tnr .((Mi Tm arH, eoninlilntna to no I re it an arte hoar, we a-eenl.'y rcoiie.t that adver't.eineole mar harf.mt a. ai III n'tk t, If possible, v am ure Ui m M hiMrUna in ail of our fHitone THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1804. tlKKKHAI. HEM.F.Y N4.FK. . Tlra ninny friends of OenerM Kki.lkt In Mils city will be glad to lea...

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. — 28 July 1864

ILL mUmmf .."-.., 7 THE DAILY KVEKlNG'THLkGRArir.r JLTmA, TIItTKSDAY, JUT.Y 28, 1864. !0 Grating irlcgraplt THPKSPAY, JTJI.Y 28, 1861. SPIRIT d THE NEW YORK PRESS. Irdtns Kdltorlnl from the New York Papers This Morning, NXW RKIiri. M IIFMt.S op mt MOM. lrtfm tht Tims. K Jt curious nnil significant circiitrtetincc Unit 1 1 xj tjmn there I any talk of ponce, a," llio ro- I' fif Mtnnrniniin .it nnnndalinn tl.n It. ...... Jf uriialu trial the public to wliolc column 'c; ine; lunation upon the fi'W.llii'lty of sui'itutiiig j or more Cunfcdmcirs on thii rontinont for ot mniniainliig freedom of c jmrm roi ii In- Krcoiirf nnd ntilmi in the Ir iiishi tion of all litisl- no w I h finrlGn nut inn, u hilt. nr.i..,rvini. tin. rrnt tiinip'o'c it. J"r'n1iMire nd ifnriiilin with I Infurdtiall in'-riml nHilr. Tt'iec iiinil.ltli,n If 1m ncvr.T pnt forth u it-.- editor t own .:nft H linmts i rtollii" of the son l hay nro imuiuv -f 1. la'"n-- txv-'u on ..i .s ;;?!; -n 'and pT."l, Kilinii 1. 1 . .mebu i...

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. — 28 July 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEQlt Afl .'-PHILADELPinA, TTIURSDAY, JULY 28, 1801. THIRSDAT, JULY 38, 1964. THE (EHITBV.rLOWr.B. tit mar. a. a. wifnncBw, .i. Tia noon of night I la Inmb.r pile The dreaming aonl of ntur Wt Uw lifts Ibe Huwer Its myallc veil. Ami fUlica morni'ia from Iti ere. X hundred veiira of wanim. frii Of horn .ml nintxani, bliirht nd bloom ; X tnn that naw IU in'tuH birth, A frailer flower, ho aougui the. tomb. X tunilrod year I what ampirra aped, Ai eddlfi on t b rl i" t"l I Lardu reeled henemh Narxileon'i trea.J, And greater Um the rtnn ami died. Yet dumb, lu ebariow-r rtillneaa atrtno( Tho.. fin-feili'Vi'll'la wnii the lionr, Till rlpenlnff throupb each mighty rlmtipr-, it blooma, Time'ii rich, f till-ope, m. J .lower. X bondred year ! the aonl of Troth Felterad Oh lulu in ilia, h-llke reitt; Tel lire a Thought its budding youth Wrapt in tome holv prophet hreant. It davtna! rlie apell of ! hreakal (.lately it towcra o'er barren men j X worlif of fH'i fumed beamy wkKto,...

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. — 29 July 1864

THE 1 MI W n H A PRICE TWO CENTS. riHLADKLriUA, FRIDAY, JULY :2!, 1SI4. PRICE TWO CENTS. THIRD EDITION, I GKN. (J KANT'S ARMY. IMPORTANT MOVEMENT. REBEL ATTACK AND DEFEAT FOUR GUNS CAPrUUED. MANY PRISONERS TAKEN. lot. 1:10. i:tn. i:t.o. liKRMi-iiA IICMniK.n, July 27, via Fort res Monroe, July in. An Important movo ment li In progrofi (Voin this point; a il this mornirff, whilst our troop wro cro-isiu t!u James river to the north side on two pontoon bridges, Iiebol force-rvi me down and attacked onr men on the bunk bvfnn1 havinjj had timo to organize. A spirited ong.-igPtuiMit took place, and the enemy were driven lurk to their Intrenclimentx. V Our troops still arriving, organized and at llrlictl the IUhel workn, carrying thorn, and capturing four gnus marked, " Captured from the Yankees at Drury's Blull." We also cap tured many prisoners. 1 lie enemy wcro finally driven from their position Into the leuiCs far beyond, where tkirnihdiing was going on when our informant left. The gunb...

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. — 29 July 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH . PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1801. Owning clcrjtaph a dailt rrBB(fooi Hs-sr-Ars. OFFICE No. 108 sTthIRD STREET. Tik Twn CmKTi Pa Oorr, ar Twmi Canr P IT asm, payable as the Carrier, eed marled Mk" MtdMnifMiiiiixiuiH ru aiikviii o i" Twa Hnimu, iaraiiably adranoe for P"" Ad.ertlssea.ars bieerted at the uel rate. A liberal Brrarayataaat made Air tatafftle lasertssae. T fiorrw.iMMai'""- Wnraittee can bs las en of Anaayessoe 0"-mmlf tln. haereer la Isilaniled aw laerrt meet at anus. I sred by thr a.m. ana addie.. of (da wrlter-nol araws. irit) ir Mkllretssn. kal s. a aaarante. rhl avt fa'.h. Wa eaaaot aaderuke la reiora reoied Couuaunxxuioaa. T .tvesrtlBerie. trwtasr re Vf ereer hi tha rircnlstlan of Tua tiia Tei.eArii,omsel.lna na to aa to prase at aa arty booo-. amently isv,uet that adeer lonrnli nit be beaded as soon aa IV nelnca, II postlb a, to seeare theea aa kuanaoa la all of oor adaioat frtday. rvvr 2o. m. THIS NATIONAL III NIM ATlOt. It was with ...

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. — 29 July 1864

ILL I i em. THE DAILY EVKXiyQTKLEOIUPH Pim.ADELPinA, FRIDAY, JULY 23, 1804. .Ming elctrapli FRIDAT, Jl'l.Y 29. 1864. spirit or the sew igrk preso, lf(t1n; Editorial, from the Sew Torfc I'apt'rs This Morning. hie sr.w iti.nt.i.i.ioM. tromlke Triti. i The rumors of a Northwestern KrVllioa wlilih ) hare latrly horn flouting la the air, takn a certain shape Id a dc-pairh from !St. Louis, thin mornliiif printed, nmmrlltif: an account puhllMied. In the Mlmourl Drmmrnt of ycstenlny. TUnt p.tpcr liaa Ipcrelolore intimated that it was in poos!oi of Intelligence conceruinir a morcninit for a NonLchirrn Confidcrany, and nvist be pre fotnid niw to Ivc in lufi.rmatlon to the public In good faiih, though the telegraph supplh e no MM wlit ilur the niirr.illre l etiltori.iilyeoilone.l the Demount, Mionld it proe to . i ho i tinmen r ot th.it journal entitles it to respectful cotialUcrittiun. lliHlk-ei-d Biihtantiallr that there I. an nr. gHiiizili.ii known a-i the "'Order of Arnorloiri Kniiiht"," w...

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. — 29 July 1864

JULY 20, 18C4. I 4 r if i - (Owning Sclcgtapli FRIDAT, JBLY 29, 1964. MAIL TO THE HRAKMARMK. - ' HV aROBOR W. niTHOkV. Ball to the lOan-Ars-a, c-nlla of oak, AmI vriile of ihi liiavinfl ! TTnil to hrr linns, whoo tliumlcr arok Tb wa. ami at.riled with IKIHi'" stroke The rani lima thai "huold M frv 1 ' H ill to hrr oapaln and f rear! Kail to ber battMtr hint I . Wail to her diwtoitva " I Hull to bar granite name I Batiphty Prfiannia lnr cu bo-t 7 hut tit rnlo- to o:rao wavr ; II. r lam'- la '' "d ,w "'d ithost Stalks dl rro fdon her chalky loam, Idoikfrt ny To ajajbiA's bra. Jlail to tku queen of tho c! H ii il to Itic hopes of Itae free ! Hail to ttan navy that rp-.ka! Hail to our bearu of oak ! Tke Tlrltish lion may ron,"e bis roar : for bit darling privateer, Ai tr a plratr, a. thief on attore, Horn 1 ea a wreck oa (he octaai floor, Mo longer a bnrrauter. Hail to our Yankee tan ! Had to tlie atrip and nam! II ml Win low , rhirf of tbe sea, ! Hail to bis victor; ! Cheers M'Two Nlne...

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. — 30 July 1864

JL. r by: 71 W 1 r in I! ri H A LL4 PK1CE TWO CENTS. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JULY 30, ISM. 'PIUCK TWO 'CENTS.-'-- 'J V7 7" ''ccn:t:i rr FIFTH EDITIOTjI " . -. , ItUMSL INVASIONV V.fftrfcwi REBEL. OUTRAGES in CHAMBERSOURC. i IS t in DCSTRrCTIOJI OF 1TBLIC Bl'ILDHCS A V t jt CKrsrt 1 I 11 ' -J. JiJLo ( -- j. tARRS J y 2 .MIUWOOO. UIVBS, cckLcac Href I Hi MAP SHOWING POSITION ANOTHER INVASION. KEYSTONE SOIL POLLUTED. TO ARMS! TO ARMS! IMPOETANT FROM HARRISBURQ REBEL CAVALRY AT CHAM3ERSBURG. BAKKifiiiVRo, Jul.r 30. A large force oi Bebel cavalry entered Chauibereburg at 3 o'clock tbU morning. General Couch la at CarlUlo. Tbe Governor has arrived In the city. . The IUzena here are arming. Further porUculurt will be telegraphed sooi. PROCLAMATION OF THE GOVERNOR. CITIZENS CALLED TO ARMS. DEFEND THEIR HOMES. Eakuikiivbo, July 30. Tbe most experienced military men at this post are convinced that tbe invaxion of tbe State ii by a large force, com posed of aonic of tbe boat troops of Geaertil...

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. — 30 July 1864

TUB DAILY EVENING TELEGRAm . PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1864. 2 Grating Sclcjjtaph A DJJLT AFTMNOOM MKWtfAFICB. OFFICE No. 108 sTtHIRD STREET. Pitt Tw dm r Orr, or t,n 0""J." -.p-re.tr cmt. tiid M.niiltiiDiuathii Aae-ati ,M: " ma m Miva-re, .variably ! odrvneo ... ., , al ratne, A liberal tnwiml made tor n""" iesriiena. To rH . MrttMO Anonym sil f;.vm tisilrattnnt fc?il-ri. iLwi-M taaartl o must b antae I It ed kv ikTiTiM r iilM of smtar-nM ns ..rll for MWmw.. t" aa esiareMee tor his good I a ' h. W. paaai 1 an ( retain reeeio Oo niinicuuioaa. To Ael vortlfserst. riarlae-to the grant rneraosss tot th ('Iresjlatloa. of Thr aTvaNtkO Tei miasm, eomsi-tilng ns tn en l pre., al an gertr nr-sr, we oiitetstly rs-iue.t that sdwr'l.em.nls may fce besntiMt to anna a 10 (Velo-k. If a a.lhie, u twin teem an aatoiuoB Li ui our editions. SATURDAY, JULY 30. ISOt. TM U('OR I.K IilHB .W. All sumptuary lawn are pliUonophlcally wrong. Ihey violate the most approved principle of political economy...

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. — 30 July 1864

TUB DAILY EVENING TKLKQRAPII. HIILAPELHITA. SATURDAY. JULY 30, 1864. 4 i! ytuing telegraph BATVIIUAT, JPI.V 30, 1804. SPIE1T OF THE HEW YORK PRESS. leading Editorials from the New Tork Papers This Morning. A tirtir wr.ritr.it ix Atr.nir. We Ami-iltans arr the ranst wasteful anl ex travagant people in tin wmlil. We wkm foar. fully in food, In clo'hin, hoJ In extra... We waste on every scitil.ir dan of the week, and waste doub'e annnim on Sundays. M'nwute ilinmofiiPy, wotm n li.n kinaiy j bnyj unl girls, too, arc permit! ) t wast woi'ully. Wasteful nom is on of our worst ni'ioml vicos; fur if tennomy tw b vi i ic, 'h. n o niv .iitance mint lie a iro. T'.c l'.n(IM) d .n't waste ha fas miii'ti as erln; ihi- l'nncli nut a eiua.tiir; and ino Oor I wink' In O.'rmsn ) don't w.mtn at l . iiiiiidn ii ol Ii'hiIiiu' ni'i'i here ami thrn'iirri ont Ibi am hut ircp.ru il illv limn twenty to ti rev different ill-lies lur tllnnnr, in I nut of tlieso fr.Mti B liHif to two-tnlrds are nmiijrjr w isted ...

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. — 30 July 1864

TnE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAm. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JULY 30, 1864. P -t- Grating Eclcgrapli BATl'RPAY, JULY SO, 1864. FINANCE AND COMMERCE. Ovfkr or Til Hwvtxn Tsi r.rii, I Raturdar,Jnlj SU. There It no material change to notice in the Money Market, and the loan on call were offered M I per cent, per annum. Bert paper Is o'"" i(a9 per cent. ' Fnbscrlhers to the new Vnltrd Mute Loan nrc - enHr.0- forward freely. The agents In this city kae been busy for several days P1"'' Tbe Stock Market Is unsettled and very dull, at decline, owing hi a great measure to the Betel Invasion and the proclamation of tho Gov. ernor calling for troops. Government securities re doll and prices hare fallen off; sales of S 20t mr making at inS(a lOR; 7-30s are quoted at 107, sod ds of 18S1 at 10.i( lOlJ. There is rwy little doing In Railroad sharos and the market Is sjafei. We quote Reading at 674C" r7i ; Pcnnsyl ' vansa Railroad at 73i.'t73j, and CaUwtssa j) re ferred at :tO(a (0. Producing Oil stocks cont...

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