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The Daily Dispatch: August 25, 1863., [Electronic resource], A Telegraphic report of Morgan's raid — Mystifying the Northern operators. (search)
ut 8 o'clock; so again attaching my instrument, I did not hesitate to call Lebanon Junction, signing myself "Lebanon." Having destroyed the line at the bridge, I was that no information could be telegraphed to Louisville to hold the train. Lebanon Junction answered. I then said to him, "Good morning; happy Fourth to you." He replrges on the line. At 9 o'clock I received the following dispatch: "Lebanon Junction, July 4th. --To Knott, Ag't. Lebanon: Why did you telegraph me to hoch is a hoax. Explain. "B. M., Sup't." I gave the operator at Lebanon Junction the usual "O. K.," signing "J." B.--the signal of the Lebanon operator, whmore questions about the book. Time passed off. At 10 o'clock I asked Lebanon Junction what time the train left there, and was informed that it passed at 9:30. I He replied that his name was Atwater; that he was a telegraph operator at Lebanon Junction, on his way to Lebanon upon invitation of the operator there to visit him