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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 20 February 1866

i t ' - r . i F7H M J. O -,r , PHILADELPHIA, . TUESDAY, FEBKTJAJRY 20, 1866. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. VOL. V.No. 44. i I JJjj ' l THIRD EDITION EUROPE. ADVICES TO THE 6ti INSTANT. CIOSEOFTIIE SPECIAL FENIAN Elnlstcr Clay's Enlcrfainmc.it St. Petersburg. at OPENING OF PARLIAMENT. THE QUEEN'S H P 13 12 O II . A POSTHUMOUS ADMIRAL LET I E It PAK2JA. FROM Elf ECO.. Etc., Kt9. Ef d Kte EM. Pobtland, February 20, 130 A. M. The Mora vian has ariived, with Liverpool advices of February 8th, via Londonderry February 9th. The Queen opened Parliament on the 6th instunt. The speech expresses satisfaction at the mcccrnil ternuuation of the American war and the abolition of slavery, ana savs that the correct ondence relative to the Rebel cruisers will be laid betore Parliament. The proposed address of the French Senate In reply to the Emperor's speech, repudiates the ide a tbat the French troops are to be withdrawn from Mexico nnder American menaces. Bread utu lis are very dull and declining. Pro...

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 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING . TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1860. THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading l (Journals Upon the Most Import1 ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED IVKBT DAY FOB P.TENINO TILKORAFH. Oat Intei nal Revenue Great Sources ol Income. From the Timet Looking to the returns ol' Internal revenue for the past three year, it mar be awrtaltwd with tolerable certaintv to what great sourcos we shall henceforth have to look for meeting the fiscal exigencies oi the Government' " From tobacco. (Including cigars) we got, la the 5 er ending June lHRt, over eleven million dollar, attain si about one-fourth that amount in 1M!3. lint considerable as this increase is, the returns are little more than one-thlrJ the amount which the British Exchequer derives from the same source. Distilled and fermented llqaorj firoduced, last year, less than than twenty mil ions, agttioft over thirty millions in 1864 a taut in great part due, no doubt, to the enormous over-prod ...

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 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1866. CITY INTELLIGENCE Fer Additional City Intelligence tee F Jlh 2'agr. Tn Wobld Tk Lite Ik. Last eveBlnr, t tho, AcarW-uiv t Mutic, l'rolwsor R. K. Lodgers, M. I)., of the Lulverbity ! Pennsyl vania, diltveied bis fecund icottire for the benetit t the fcoldlcTs' and bailors' Home. i'rofossor Rodders briefly stated tbe actinns rl the various fortes of nature, as explained in the report of the flrst lecture. He declared that In all corn bi natlons and transmutation ol' force and matter into new compounds nothing existing was de stroyed, the materinls simply being turned into new channels. To Illustrate' his statements, Pro fessor Bodgeis exhibited a series of experiments of unparalleled brilliancy. A little rubber balloon, Inflated with onsen and carbon, wag suspended, and bv tbe applica tion of he.it the gases were made to unite, caus ing a great expauslou, so that the balloon vst rent, a vacuum made, into wlvcU the ...

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 February 1866

r ' . i I : Evening clcflapli Ts pvbltehctf wry afternoon (Sundayi excepted) oiKo. 10b S. Ihird street. Pr'ce, Three -Cents .Per Vui y (Double Meet), or Eighteen CetUs Per Wed, payable to the Cdmer, and mailed to - Subscribers out of the aty at Nine Dollars Per Anr.vmt One Dollar and Fifty Onto for Two Months, invariably m adoavce for the period ordered. . . 'To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Editions, they must he forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 20, 1SC0. THE VETO. Since tho eyor-meiUorablo days ot April last, there lias no news reached our city that his oc aslonod so proiound a spnsatlon as the Intol lligence published in The Evemno Tbxe OBAPU of yesterday, that the President of the United States had seen lit to exercise his Con stitutional prerogative, and returo without his signature the "FreedmenV Bureau Bill." The news of this action of Mr. Johnson, couplud with a revocation of the order sup pressing the R...

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. — 20 February 1866

CI I i THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 18GG. 8y a lady customer to one of their a5ttnrt "It's a charming Utile machine, that WiIIook and Gtbbs; It runi so eas'ly and ao quietly!" "Oh I yea, madamj but ibeu U m only a sinjle 'thread; and a tingie-ittread machine, you know. Is of no Talueas'a sewinj? machine." "Why, ho w jou talk I My sister uas one ot them; and she docs all her sewing on it, and wotil l not ex change it for ant other much tie in the world." 'That may be so; she probably never used any 1 other: but thoueh It niav sattstv her. itwo ild never suit you. Why, madam, those sintrle thread machines wore tried long ago, and re jected as totally worthies I" 1 In this manner has the YVillcox & Oibbsboon systematical! v, persistency misrepresented by the entire double-t-iead fratTn'iy. Scaroelv could a more palpable uniruto be uttered than la oamevedin the spirit of those lour words, "onhi a singetliread;" because, though. It does use butono ...

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. — 20 February 1866

n 6 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY' 20, 1866. THE VETO MESSAGE, The President of tho United States Refuses to Approve the Freed men's Bureau Dill-His Obiec llortc, as Transmitted to the Senate Yesterday. " The following Is tho 'Messnt'O of President JnlniMin, sent to the Kt'tinto yeKlcriluy, vetoing the Kr'tlin n'8 liurcnu bill: . To the tuiiile or the I Mint Mmw I have examined With ruie the Mil which I as been piissed by the two liMtsrs of I'M rpss to Htnenrt nil n 't entitled an act lo tMiibllKb a bureau for ilio relief of freedmeii nnd refu gees, nnd lui i ilicr imi'iioscg. Having with niuoli ie t ret con e to tlio conclusion tluit It would not no con sistent with ilio public wlliire lo slve my upurovul Mo the measure, 1 return tlio bill to the Houate with roy objections to lis lid nintn n Inw. T nitwit null lo mind, in ml vmirp of these ol.jectlon. timt tliore is no im m dli.te inH'pfMlty lor Inu .roiiM'd ineiistir". 'J lie mi lo establish a bnreiu...

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. — 20 February 1866

SOUTHERN riiRSONAL ITEMS. General J, A. Maltby, 0. 8. A., proposes to otUe with his faRiiij iu MissielppL , lion. Thomas A, Marshall bas boon appointed Chief Justice iu Kentucky, vice Justice Samp son, deceased. The Virginia Senate has passed a till fixing theisttlart ot the Governor ol that State at f jOOO per annum , ,, , . . ,. . lhe trial of A. C Dexter, late Treasury Agent, has been resumed Deloiej a MiUtar Coin mission 1b Mobile, , ; Henry A. PeSanssere, senior member of thet Uhorlpstori liar, died a few days siuco, aged a ii , J i ..,', i Iiev., Fountain Brown, a prominent clergy 1 1 man of Arkansas, died not long ago, at the house J of JudpeUocBge, inrineBlutr. , I ' iHA(.il T w -riA.in.;4 itA..i mil.. JI t U M liIDUTKUUVAIIUDDI IILU J1HVO been sent from Washington, to inquire into cer tain cotton speculations at Macon, Ga. -lr. W. E. Holt,' of the firm or Hinson A Holt, of Mobile, died In that city on the CtU Instant. Charles Carter Lee, brother of General li. E. Lee, is le...

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. — 20 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 18GC.1 AMUSEMENTS. Arc Ptrkm Thbatrk Sam is doeldedly a sensation. We .Ike "bam," not Sim thep'ece, bnt "Fain" tbo muu. Mr. Chanfraa's la capital creation, In ial hotter tate than f-ot hern's "Dundreary," fall of lotiuery, polite t'an., absurdity, fan, and joviality. But there ia nothing rnqan or vulgar on the contrary at the right lime, ke become dicniBod and manly in the midst of a I bit Ifllnsvnorwies, o that wo quite lore ".-am," with ns unconscious f nu. bis out er pavinrs, hi hiti at the tun -a. hit lore of America, hid rood look, and his dnudy velvet coat. Mr. Vara oe delighted the audlenoo by sMvin a capi tal representation ot the on cm. lie la njnle, Unlit, Rraootul, and evidently to the manor born. Once on a time Ihero waa a proat and celebrated Enrlish clown ot the lame name. Even olcua talont can be inherited. ili pr Loran la handsomer than ever she was, has bair that, like Borcmc's, deserves to bo taken to...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 February 1866

"3 T"X1 TTT A PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY,' .FEBRUABY ' 21, 18G6. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. VOL; V.No. 45. ....... ' . - - - - - ' 1 ' M . NOTICE TO TKE PUBLIC. In tb yetfT in tbe wtef ema k31 :ta the Drag Husumm in (k eltr o'' Fhilnde phla. anil while thai cn Cird,ide tevsral ea.terimi In re .era ta (he moat s,ri.H m 1 of prewi ring K'luld Kxtraots. Mr i ffrt beliif areafnl the articles belntt npproved and used by lb Medical Faco ty--' was drslron of placing the n f Krre tlr public, bat hesitated for some time bo ore con cluding o resort to new-paper acv. irt-ilng, know fi? of tti nrtjaflkws tbat txl-ted In the m nil of rranv against 1nr a.v-tc4 it dei'ti, bit thrugh (be adv ce oi islands and those whs cad need my preparations, tbli bj (Ct'on ma overcome. Corr m nclng In a email way. after etl tien yara' ex rftloua tbe;opnlr tyot my articles has ex 'ndeJ toal part of the VnlUd t-tales and widely throngtinut Tort lm couni rier and this In the f'.e ot tancn oppoal 1io. 1 viry means hai be...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, I860. LITERATURE. Thi Cbitihiokj or tha Test of Talk abont Fami liar Thinn. A Benes of Bjtajt by Ileory f. Tnckerraan. Hurd A Houghton, Naw York. Ancnt, J. B. Llpptncott A Co. ' The work before us is a collection of rambling thoaghU on such topics as "Nuns," "Anthori,', TioturM," "Doctert," "Preachers," "Newspa. pars," and tbe like. Thej are written la a free. and-fMT style so to speak. Page after page ire find nothing which is snf lestive of learning. Tbe author runs on from one subject to another, from an argument to a fifcnre of speech with that aty transition which la a recommendation to each as like desultory reading. Of all the con' tents the essay on newspapers Is the best. As a fair sample of the style In which the work la written we quote a paragraph from the portion devotod to Journalism : 'A philosophical and authentic history of the newspaper would, however, not only yield the most genuine Insight as to p...

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 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 18GG. UITY INTELLIGENCE Fr Additional City lntellxgtnct Fiflli ragr. PHILADELPHIA and Eouthebu Mail frtiMRBiP Compant. Last evening-, at Pan-ioni Street Hall, a meeting, was held of the auk MTibert and all Interested in tie tstablishmoat of lines of steamship to bout a era porta. TBI meeting; wu railed in reference to the mm ol $600,00(1 bavtng keen subscribed to the enter- J rise, aad with the purpose ot eruriag am addi ion of $400,000 to tbe capital Mock. John WeUh, Esq., was called to the chair, and Georee N. Allen was . i.iintd Secretary. Mr. Weleh briefly adverted to the necessity of establishing Itesus communication between 1'b.i ladelphia and the Hontb. Mr. Edward C Knight offered the following: Wkertai, lh establlsha est of lines of steamship to (he pnuoi, al por s o the Southern fetates has be erme estentia to the pro-pet tr 01 Philadelphia; and wlerHu, the nb-oclpnoBS land for thai pur pose now amognt ng to...

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 February 1866

TUB DAILY EVENiNG TELEGliAPII.- PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21,-1860. rrmuf Iclctpapli Jt fvu'Jrhrd it'ijv affrvcon ftmdoyi excepted) , atKo. 108 S 'Ihird street.' JY-'ee, Tfive Ocnl Per Copy htvlu Shnt), or Eighteen Cents Per ' Wtel, tayahle to (lit Carrer, and mated to fiuhfcrilerfoiit ofthe ciiyat Nine Do'tart Per .'AtttMini On Dollar and Fifty Onts tor 7loo Months, invariably m adoo-vv for the period ordered, ' To inrwe the lnteriion ot Adoertitemrnts in al of our Editions, tJicy must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1GG. Pennsylvania Central Railroad Meeting The action o( th stockholders of the Penn sylvania Ccntial riailroad Company, at t ielr regular annual meeting yesterday, mus; have been exceedingly gratifying to the officers and d'rectors. The manner In which each and all them have discharged their Important trusts was approved with singular unanimity, notwithstanding an attempt to subject thj report of tha a...

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. — 21 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY- 21 18GG. HATTERS OVER THE RIVER. It's a Fact. Y-g, we aw, w"th our on eyas, persona niployed In cleaning our strcjH, and carting Away the lilih. A (-w of the mala streets are thus lavorod, but otliorg, more ro rnole, and ncrd.ng ihj same purir.vini; process are sill neglected. Several ot the Siiinll streets 'are al.-o In a bud condition, iho recent rains did us good service, but much of th filth and pnibave still remain. Our Sanitary CommiMea cannot oe rmrticuiar in tnis matter, lor tney have bad all the warn 115 that reasonable men ran nk npuinstthe Approach of cholera. The lives of onr citizens, to a certain extent, are In their keeping, aud no labor or expense should ' be uparod to meet the responsibilities resting upon them. iMPitoviNO the huTjrjBns. We notice that streets are bein? extended through the suburbs, and th work ot grading aud paving the blrlewfilks will bis commenced as soau as the weather permit. In Mi...

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. — 21 February 1866

NIRETEENTII ANNUAL REIORT or TBB BOAED OF DIRECTORS IP THE FE1NSYL TiMA RAILROAD C03IPANT TO TUB STOCK II OLDER 8. ' OfflCS OF TRB PBHHHTLVsNfA RATLKOAn Co., Philadelphia, February 17, 1HW. To tb Stockholder of the Pennsylvania Railroad Company: The fallowing; statements exhibit the Eirnlng and Expenses, during 1H0.', of the Railway! aad Canals owned and leased by the Pennsylvania Railroad Company. Tne Treasurer's ancoun' annf xed to this Rxport Will show the linaocial condition of the Corapaay. PENNSYLVANIA RAILROAD AND BRANCHES WORKED BY IT, EXCEPT THE PHILADELPHIA AND ERIE RAILROAD. XARMIBOB. ' From Passengers, First Class, - - $1,055.873 06 From Emigrants, 118 3-20 61 91 174,1'H 87 l,a7H,8U 00 6il,13U 6 j From United State Troops, . " Mulls, From Expresses un der Contract, . 113 410 00 From Express Freight, 370 313 86 From Oeneral Freifcb', From Miscellaneous Expenses, ll,nV,ns 37 !iltf,7IJ 25 17,450 109 49 Total earnings, XXPKNSKA. Conducting Transportation. t or ordinary ,xpen...

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. — 21 February 1866

in i THi DAIIiT E VEtf ItfG TELE(JRAPn.lPnmADELPniA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21f I860. TRAGICAL OCCURRENCE IN NEW YORK. A Germ a Wbi Harder lie Three CkUOrta mm aucmpii t Kill . II Dratiui Ifvaklt tat) Caait of A fit. The neighborhood of Forty-seventh street and Broad war waa the scene, on Saturday evening, ot a terrible tragedy, a German woman having, it la believed, muroered her three children, auil then attempted suicide. Newt or the aOair aoon spread, ana in a snort time a large and excited crowd had fathered in the vicinity, each per ion having dltlerent version ot the case. The acts, as lar as can be ascertained, are as to'lows: About seven 'clock on the evening in ques tion, John lioth, a German instrumeut-ivitttor. returned to bis home, a one-Btory shanty In Fortj -seventh street, between broad war Dd E'shth avenue, and on entering th outer room, he found a woman named Anaetatia Bliotz. who had been living; with him in the capacity of wile tor some year past, though uninarriel, ...

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. — 21 February 1866

8 EUROPE. Tlie French Senate's Address Napoleon on Ihc Mexi can Question. to ESCATE OF CLAD A PERUVIAN FR3M ORES r. IRON. lnjxtis , latitat Loiter 1 1 I1h Countrymen. to He Condemns the Chilian War end Ad rises His Count; ymen to Make the Earliest Possible Peace. ENGLISH VIEW OP OUR IDENTITY Ot INTERESTS. Cue., Etw, Etc., Etc, Etc., tue, Etc, The Mcxicnn CriU". A DEMONSTRATION IN THE FKhNCfl STOATS 8TR4 NGLY WORDEO ADDRESS TO TDK EMfiSSJR, FTC. ETO Paris (ft 6 6 Telenrama to Ltndon Prets. Tbe draft of the address la reply to the aoeech from the throne was brought forward in to-day's fitting of the Senate. With regard to the Mexi cu question thp address of tiio Senate says: i Tour A ajesty inlorrns us that tb memorable ex pedition to fl'Gxico approacies its termination. 'Una is announcim to suiipliod Krance t hut me pi o tieiionol her commercial iiitorsts is ansui'dioa vatt at d wiailliv uiaikit iiow restorod io security, .As regards tlie Un.tod Status. It, from imcouoep tion, ibe vr...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 February 1866

n r-n IEMMWdli Til . i i i v ! . 1 ' T t ' 1 u ASXJTlLJt U u J o t . , , .' . 3PHIlAJD3SIi3?HIjaLs THURSDAY, FEBEUAEY 22, 18GG. VOL. V.-No. 4G. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. THE FENIANS The Pittsburg Congress-Stirring Address of President Roberts The Conduct of the Philadelphia Con press Charges of Fraud and Corruption The Sinews of Vor Most Essential Non interference with Ameri can Party Politics Sym pathy Evinced by the People in the Success of their Cause, Etc. FrrrsnuRO, February 21. Tho Fenian excito . ment still continues. A full representation ia bow here. One thousand veteran soldiers repre sent Ireland, on whose deliberations lor weal or for woe her future prospects depend. The II oust) was calif a loonier this mornintr and Colonel Warren, the chairman of the Finance Committee, reported progress. Mr. Murphy, of I'lHsburg, is authorised to receive acips and mncy. Ten o'clock to-morrow is set down as the time to receive General Sweeney's report. Letters containing large amounts o...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PIIILADELPIIIA THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 186G. THE NEW Y0I1K PIIESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journal Upon the Most Imporf, ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED ' IYERT DAT FOB ETEN1HO TELKOBAPH. Henry Ward Beecher on the Situation. From the Timet. , A course of loctures Is in progress in Brooklyn, in which Carl Schurz, Wendell Phillips, and Henry Ward Beecher have spoken on the aspect of national affairs. Mr. Schurz contented him self with an essay on political economy In gene ral, devoting himself to the culture ot Mr. Johnson In the colored classics in particular, -while Mr. Phillips, in his bland and oleaginous manner, damned the Administration, and classed the President with Burr, Arnold, and poor old Jeff. To an audience ot his fellow-townsmon, larger by lar than those which assembled to hear bis predecessors. Mr. Bcehcr spoke oa Tuesday night tor an hour and a half in a manner as felici tous as bis matter. Standing squarely on the rock of univer...

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 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 18GG. Tor The Evening Ttl-jra.h. I'ATKK l-ATRI.K John Mai-Minll, loved and honoro I, long, , Columbia's Chief Justice, strong In eulopmtlc praifle, once stud "Great Washington, m mourned ns dead, Was Brst in War, BrM In Peace, First iu the hearts, that ne'er will cease, To reverence the name and deeds' 01 him, who served our prcatest needs 1" Thus ppnke the suge. now passed away, .To IMn the Mlchtj Soul, whoso sway O'er (ret men, met to celebrate, Throughout the world, this natal date, ' Is as enduring a? the dies; Gborok WasuinutoN, brave, Rood, and wise, Outranks all men wbo outlive time, ; UiB memory iiear to rccry c ime I II. C. L. Philadelphia, February 22, 18CG. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City IntcUujaice see FiftA Page. "WORK AND WORKMAN." Tlio Dignity of Toll. INTELLIGENCE ITS ELEVATOR. Henry "VVrti'l Jttrcclier't Lecture. Concert IT all was crowded lust evening, on the oc casion of (lie lecture of the ll...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 February 1866

f mi.;,;:; Ji published evrry afternoon Sundays txoepted) at No. 108 5. Ihird street. Price, Three Cent Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, payable to (hi Carrier, ami mailed to Subscribers out of the oily at Mne Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements inaU of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'otocfr each Morning. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1BC0. Our nuances -The First Stop in the Right Direction. "We are plad to see that the House of Repre sentatives have at last laid as do the disease eion of the negro, and speech making on the political relations of States; have at last ceased to flght party and pe-sonal baHlos, and have taken their first step In the direction ol ulflHing the duty for which they were sent to the Capital. We commented some time eince on the inefficiency which had heretofore characterized the course of Congr...

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