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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 13 February 1866

n 7 IIIILA-DKLIIIIl, TUESDAY, FEBRUAEY 13, 18G0. VOL. V.-No. 38. DOUBLE SUEET-THUEE CENTS. Til I 111) EDITION MEXICO. Interesting Letter from Presi dent Juarez. HE IS SANGUINE OP OUSTING MAXIMILIAN. Tie Moral Support of the United States the Great Reliance of the Liberals. Commerce at Vera Cruz Monopolized by French -Army Traders. Lavish Extravagance of Maximilian and His Favorites. Immense Accumulations of Ordnance Stores at Mexico City and Puebla. Inefficiency of the Foreign Mercenaries The French Troop Aloue to be Helled on. LIBERAL SUCCESSES 13 TAMAULIPAS Etc., Etc., Ktc Flo., Kte., Etc., Etc. I Letter from President Juarez. El Paso, December 28, 186,". My Dear Sir: I have received your lavor of tlio 12th ot Octo ber, in which jou acknowledge receipt of mine sit 1-7.1. ri Annrtiot V.in TL'lll oif 11 riumva ,t it is not already in your hands, the one I sent you in November, announcing the withdrawal of the French from Chihuahua ftcd other points on this frontier, and ray departur...

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. — 13 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAFH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 18GG. THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading . Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED BTEBT DAT FOB EVENING TKLEORArH. The Trcsident and tho Mother of Presi dents. JYorn Iht Tribune. Elpht members of the Lepisliituro of Virginia waited on resident Johnson, on Saturday, to present certain resolutions unanimously adopted by their respective Houses, endorsing his views and pledging thrlr support to his policy of restoration. Tucso gentlemen are set forth In the report as ropreeentlng every soction of the State, and "every shade ot lier past and present politics;" yet we cannot rccopnizo one of them as having been a Unionist In the struggle that so recently convulsed our country. Unionists there were In Virginia vhilt Unionists good and true, if not many and some of these are members (elected when Rebels scorned to vote) of the present J-cghilatiiic; but we recognize none rf tbse ns ha...

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. — 13 February 1866

CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City Intelligence see Fiftli The Era Oil Cask. Before Recorder Eneu, yesterday afternoon, a further honrtnif as had in the caso of Charles II. Moore, Doctor 11. K. Eaton, and John Wilcock, charged with conhpituiB to defraud Charles T. Yerkes. by in cueing him to purchase stock In the Era Oil Company. Edward L). Fonlk, Secretary and Treasurer, was recalled, arm testiilcd to trans. Un ot the stock made to aitlen-nt parties. The llrsttraurfer was from II. N. VViiglcy to II. K. Eaton oi 100,000 shares. Attcrwards ten thou sand shares were transferred to J. It. Tiuetitt, Quite a number ot the certificates were to Jaines A. B. llf on, and a man answering to thst naiuo colled ot the ollioo of witneeo and receipted for them, Mr. Foulk identified Charles II. Mooro as tho man. ITe was tetroducoa to witness as Wil son byB. P Wrlgley, and ho brought into the ollice a certificate of thirty thousand eharc?, and pi.ve directions lor cutting it up into small crr til...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 13 February 1866

I THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUART 13, 18CC. (faring tlcgwpli J$ publislied every afternoon (Hundays excepted) at No. 108 S. Ihird street. Price, Tlirre Cents J'er Copy (Double Sited), or Eighteen Cents Per Week, payable to Vie Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out ofOiecityat Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for 2to Months, invariably in advance for Vie period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Edihons, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 1R60. Union Stnte Convention. A Statod Convention will bo held ill the Hall of the House of Representatives ia Ilarrisburz. Ta., on Wednksday, TnR Seventh. Day op March, A. D. 1800, at 12 o'clock M., for the pur pose ot noniiiifttni!? a candidate for (Joveruor. to be supported by the friends of the Union. The ordeal of war hai tried the strength ot our Government. Ita fire has purified the nation. The defense...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 13 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 18GG. v Mr. Bancrofts Oration Everett bad lived, we fuppoao neither 830T 'v Stanton would have bad the honor of docliwig, nor Mr. Bancroft (as a second choice) ot accepting, the Invitation to deliver the orallon before the two Houses of Congress. Trobably, on the whole, no fitter choice than Mr. Bancroft could have been made. Mr. Bcecher would have given a speech of more patbos; but his close identification with the extrcmo wing of one 01 our I'UMutiu joint's rcnucrcu nis selection unsuitable. A man may be very able, and yet not appear to advantbge in a show oration on a commemo rative oocusiou. But there is no neeessury In compatibility between great general abilities and excellence in this kind ot etlort; w hich, super added to force ot intellect, requires depth of moral carncsine-s and lervor of soul (which Mr. Bancroft has not), and some expitnm vencaa ot iinapinallon (which he has). Mr. Wobater was almost a great,...

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 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY,' FEBRTIARY 13, 1866. THE CHINESE AT HOME. Celestial Society Customs, nnd Opinion. A Chiimmiin docs maiiy thipeu in a itv.y dla-rrif-tricnlly opposite to ours. Ilia compi?s U so arranged that tlic south point Is the chief one; he stands whin he sews, sits cown at his carpen ter's bench to piano a board, bis writing runs down tbo pose, ard not across it; in short, John Chinaman seems to be a very contrary creature Indeed. Yet we know comparatively little of his customs, and those who have seen most of tho Chinese of tLo interior pralso them most highly. Messrs. Harper it Bros, have just published an Interesting and valuable work, plviug au account of tho habits and customs ot the Chinese, which will ratil'y the unsatisfied curiosity of many readers. It is called "Social Life of the ChinCfo, with some account of their Religions, Govern mental, Educational, and Business CuRtoms and Opir.ionc: by Rev. Justus Poolittle, fourteen years me...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 13 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, 18GG. ENGLISH- FASHIONABLE SCHOOLS. IIow tht naogbtrra r the KrllUh ArU tocrncy are lHnelpllned by tholr Tatorn-I.eUrraj from the ritrenta and ClaardlMnn wf the Tlcilum, Kte. From the Queen, January 13. Madnm: rursulnt: a topic namely, dUcipHno for children which hns been racently disciwed in your columns, I derirc to state, for the infor mation of one ot your correspondent, that cor poral pnnlBuroents have not been altogether fcanlHlied from n.odorn school lite. I should be glad to ft'k the question, however, by means of your columns, whether the following 1j usually the punishment for offenses, either small or great, at boarding-schools tor girla. Some timo ego, in conpf qtienre of an advertisement in tho London limes, 1 opened up negotiations with a lady who keeps a lurge school in the vicinity of London, and which resulted in my placing roy daughter, now lust turned fifteen years ot age. nnder her care. My wife iDl...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 13 February 1866

8 AMUSEMENTS. Kkw CnKHwtrr Btbeit Ihratre. Henry Dun Jw III a better play than "Tlio Outcast!" is a novo!. On the Btnjre tl10 action Is concentrated; tbs Interest, horn or all opisodos. never for an mutant flags. The dramatisation I very good one, with the exooptlon of the catastrophe, which Is abrupt. The presenco of "Laura" was not accounted for, and poetical Jus tice would hare been more complete had tue dotectiro lound oat his error, and come back to discover that the criminal had escaped troin man's Justice to ths Justice of heaven. 1 ho pioco was woll put on tin stare. The old Ehzabotiiun loom, with the throe dHk-rcnt lights of tiro, gas, and moon, was most cfl'octive The play concentrates Ksolf into Ihroo charactflu, these of Murtlauut, Clarke, nnd Mui Orton. Mr. iarke irave us a studied and artistic ploture oi tlio flash convict, toi-diytttt geutlcmnn, in a stylo which reinstated him in the bljcu position tho pubiio had 8"!"ipmd htm brforo be becran cuiintr lutio lor its opi...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 February 1866

flFHo H A A A. VOL. V. No. 40. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, FEBBUAEY 15, 1800. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. THE CHILIAN CASE. ' Senor MrUcimi Answer to Arraign mt "Walv ht Prlvlltw0 and pat lllmneU an Trial Fla at (Vat Guilty 4tJ-t oTbln 911mIou to tui Conn try-' Ibo lUgbU r Foreign Minister nd nrir.betK f UkrHjii-The Can Of loctor Bogfr", the Ctifln Consul Hm Exequatur Mcvukcu by the Presl flut, Etc. Uniteb States Circuit Court Before Jafae Shipnian. 27ie CVt?e n ie United Mates vs. tknor J). Vicuna McKenna, charged with a breach of the neutrality Imi r.i tho United States, in preparlt g and fitting out a warlike ex pedition UDdcr thf Chilian flag against tho Spa nish navy, came up yesterday in the United State Circuit Court before Judge Shlpman. fcenor McKenua, who was in court in company -with bis private secretary, Mr. Hunter, ptiid great attention to tbe proceedings, which, though f a preliminary character, were very interest ing. Through his counsel, Mr. 1). W. Stoughton, lie waived h...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 18GG. THE NEW YORK PIIESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMF1 LED IVKBT DAT roB EVBM1N0 TH.KQRAPH. A Foreign Loan. Irom the Tribune. Tho prico of Five-twtMitlos at London nl Frankfort 1", onfeaactlly, one of the Items ol news most eagerly ioii(tht lor on tho arrival ol every European atuanier. We tippoo iherotj no loyal mau who has not reofced at their late rtoe In the Enllli markt, in tlie fare of eight percent, and tailing consols. Wbntevcr differ ence of opinion ihcro may bo about the expedi ency of a foreign loan, ev rybody wishes to sco our credit high and our bonds sought for for lu TCPtmcut in Europe, becauss whatever widens the market raises the prico at home. A groat trade In our securities nasi sprung up with Europe, and the flow ol these abroad Is con t int. Hitherto, the Government has taken no part In it, but it 1hs been kit to tak its chances uud...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELE G R API!. PHIL ADELPIII A, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 18GG. CITY IN TEL LI GEN UE For Additional City InlcUigence set fifth. Page. MKBTISO 0 TB ALCMNt Of TUB HlOH Fchool. The sernl-annnal meeting of the High School Alumni m held last evening, Charles ; Buckwalter, Prw tdent or the Association, presld lng. The secretary read 'a list of graduates who were entitled to membership. They were elected, nd their names entered opou the rolls. The Committee on the Annual Address reported that they had selected the Pre-ident of the Alumni, Mr. Charles Buck waiter, to deliver the Introduc tory address on the oucaekn. The report was unanimously accepted. James Lyod, the Ohnlrmnn of the Committee appointed at the last semi-annual meeting of the Alnmnl, to defend the Interests, and the presarva. tion of the High School, submitted the following report: .... , FMRUART IS. " To the President and Members the Alnmnl Gen'lemen : The nnderslnned, a .om in It toe appointed at the lam an...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 February 1866

published tvery afcrnoon (Sundays excepted) aiNo. 108 S. Ihird street. Price, Three (fail rer Cory Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Ter irer, payable to Vie Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of the city at Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for leo Months, invariably in adca-ve for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Adcertifcments in aU of our Editions, tlicy must be forwarded to our office not later tlian 10 o'c'ock each Morninq. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1CC. Tbo High School Alumni Needed Reform n cur Common School System. J AST evening, at tbe' annual meeting of the lumnlof tho Central High School, a coin- I mlttcc. am olnted to defend the Institution from any aUaeks,submitted a report and series of resolutions, which, If carried out, will do much towards remedying the evils into which tho whole common school system of our city has fallen. One of the resolutions declared "That utiles pome re'oiin is spiiodilv made in the class oi persons selected to...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 February 1866

V THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY,. FEBRUARY 15, 18GG. CITY INTELLIGENCE (For Additional Local Item ice Third Page. BOYS' CENTRAL HIGH SCH03L. Semi-Annual Commencement at the Academy of Muslo This Mornlng-Llst of Graduates Highly Interesting Proceedings, Etc. The Flfty.flfih Semiannual Commencement of the High School occurred this morning, at the Academy of Mubic. The immonse building was crowded to its uMnoat capacity, the larger pro portion ot the audience bolus; Indies, and the pcisonal friends of the gradimtinR class. Mr. Eaward Shippi n presided. The exercises com menced al 10 o'clock, by the iiue performances of the Gcrmaoia Orchestra, under the loudership Of Carl Sent,, iollowed by an eloquent prayer by Rev. J. Yaughan Smith. , John Davifl Watson, of tho North American, delivered tho opening address. He referred to the fact that the existence of the High School had been threatened in certain quarters. He urged the people to sustain tho Institution, terming...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 February 1866

HEttftY S. FODTE ON THE REBELLION. Ctoerrt IIlMfory JetTrraon DavIk The Kebcl Cabinet 4ieu-rl Illudmaa, Kte. Ete, Mosars. Harper & Brothers will publiob. this week a work bv IL 8. Foote, of Mississippi, entitle! "War or the Rebellion; or, Scjlla and Charjbdis: consisting of Observations upon the Causes, Course, and Consequences of the late Civil War In tie United States." As will be gathered from the title, Mr. Footo gives in this Tolume his opinions on the war, and the causes which led to it. lie discusses tho political his tory of the country from the settlement of the colonics, rapidly, and blames abolitionists and nccffnloots alike for the war. lie is ot opinion that sectional parties brought on the war; he seems to forget that slavery cuusea the sectional pnrties. He seems to imaclne that it was only the result of political squabbles. His discussion of political questions has little value or interest. It is an attempt to warm up Tory stale meats. There are issues and questi...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 18GG. A CAPITAL CRITIQUE. TOIIM-SIOKNKSS. BT JOHN BtTSETN, r. It. fl. A., ETC. Therm ia a jojstoriou, disease which tho doctors find difficult of diagnosis, and from which foreign conscripts are ild to BiilTer. They cull tt nostalgia, or le mal du pays In plainer Englishi homo sickness. We have ail read how the band, master? of the 8wis regiments in the French service were forbidden to play tho Rant dct Vaches, lest the melancholy children of the mountains, Inspired by the national melody, should run home too quickly to their cows that Is to say, desert. That dog? will pine and tret to death for love of the masters they bare lost, is an ascertained fact; and I have been told that the intelligent and graceful Animal, the South American llama, if you beat, or overload, or even inttult him, will, after one glance of tearful ro proach from his tine eyes, and one meek wall of expostulation, literally He himself down and di...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 February 1866

8 AMUSEMENTS. Arch SntrsT Tbiatm. Naomi is Terries of Mosontbara Deborah. It Is moon nearer the Ger man version than Mr. Daly's, but we prefer Mr, Daly "a, which may not he classloal, but whloh I lar more effective. Mrs. Waller ha momcnu of towering passion that are unequalled. She plays with treat power, bat we con lost that, in compart, son with Mrs. Waller's genius, the part witu the execution of one or two scenes apnearod Soaroelr reat enough lor neri ior"aomi" is out a iove om riamiuil aitr.a.ll. The cuise was liven bv Mrs. Wailor with an orerwholmluf effoot that enthralled the audience. There were many Germans prceut, who were most enthuaiaslie in their applunse, Mrs. W aller repeats this play this evenin. Mm Trice was very respectable as "Alarie." Mr. Kaucin looked his part exactlv. Mr. Maokav, as mnal, was thoroughly conscientious and ammo. He was the only otio who pot olfiorm the live intorvnniair years. 'Weolgcct popitivo.y to II r. Iwds worth's one sharp chord of nnu or t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 16 February 1866

Philadelphia;1 ; feiday, februaey ig, isgg. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. VOL. V, -No. 41. 1 i I! FTO1T IWcf A TPW I JliiKl p.a V injixi iiixi i.i ' 'V 'i LL I 1 I U . f.l J MH ft 11 -il-U-O i , i EUROPE. ArchbUhop Cullen's Last Antl-lrlsh Anatverna-The Chilian Plrates Rojal ChrUtenlng-France and America -r Q u e o r Things from the "Yollow Book," Etc. Ltc. TIia Sire of W adrld to t Ralt. It Is rumored that the state ol nicgo In Madrid will bo rabed on January 30. Several vessels bearing Ctillinn colors have ap peared at Valencia, ana given nwe 1o somo fcpanish coasting brigs. It Is asserted tbat the fmrsueie are not Chilian cruisers, but simply iiii ate under cover oi me wiurau nag. A telegram from St. Nazaire, of Jul hits tlio Spanish minister of Peru, January 29, FlljB U1U optllJlBIl Ullilini.;. ui mil. (luu (UO bBunish Consul nt Callao, are among the passen gers bv the French mail pneket, arrived here to day. Intelligence from Lima, of December It, announces that diplomatic rclftiou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 16 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1G, 18GG. THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leadlna Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED XYEBT DAT FOB HVXNIHO TBLKOIUPU. Polygamy In Utah. Frtm the Tribune. The llouso Committee on Territories have ap plied to Bcoretary Stanton for permission to summon General P. Edward Conner, command tag the United States forces In Utah, and the Iter. Norman MeLeol, Taylor of the "Gentile" Church In Salt Lake City, to nppoar before them and testify touching the condition ot Utah and the manner In which the laws of the United States are observed and enforced. Judge Titus, Supremo Justice of the Territory, and a number ot other -fitnesses, have already been examined by them on the same point. We are assured, bemi-oflicially, that the Government hits do cidod to appoint no more polygamies to otfice. There should be no harsh or hasty doslins with a community of religious fanatics; but all must acquiesce ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 16 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 18GG. CITY INTELLIGENCE IJbr Additional City Intvlivjcnce tee FifUi 2'agr. Alumni Meeting. Last evening a large Audience assembled at the Musical Fund Hall, to listen to the exercises of the annual meeting of the nigh School Alumni. Mr. Charles Buck- niter made the introductory speech, as fol lows i Ladies and Gentlemen: The honor devolves upon me as President ot this Association to open the- exercises of the evening by what we are pleased to term an introductory address, but which on this occasion I tear shall he nothing more than an exprefsion or a few desultory Ideas which teem to me not to be entirely out of place. At this lute day, and in tills city, distin guished lor its literary culture, I imagine no thing new could be uttered on the mibioct of the impoitance of popular education, nothing that ? ou are not already cognizant ot and thoroughly mpressed with. Yet on this anniversary of the organization of this asso...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 16 February 1866

Evening rlcrvaiU Is fivOlulfd irrry off moon (bundayi excepted) at No. 108 Vurd sired. Price, Three Vera rer Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen tents Per IS'cci, ivynlle to Vie Carrier, and mtiUsd to Fubucrihtrt Mtt of the city at Nine Dollars Per Ahuvm ; One Dollar atid Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in adocve for the period ordered. To insure Vie Insertion ot Aacerliscmmts ina!l of our Editions, they inutile forwarded to our opice not later Utan 10 o'c'och each Morning, rill'MY. FEBRUARY 1C, 1SCG. Union Mate Convention. A Stated Convention will be held in the Hill ol ibe IIou of llojircovntativcs in Ilurrlsb'ure. Ta., on r,r.Ni:;DAT, tub SEvr.NTti Day op llAtecn, A. p. 1SCC, at 12 o'clock M., for iho put pofe ot noiniuiUms 11 rnudiilnto far Oovormr, .fo be support bv tbo friends of tli" Union. The oidcul of war bai tried the strength of our Government. Its fire baa puriiiod tho Dation. The deiense ol tho nat'on's Hie has do niccfrtraled who wore it? fronds. The princi ples v...

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