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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 13 March 1866

prot is H IT Aral nut alio Attempt Ikw Making; t Hna.Tn the R4tlr4 Frela;bi Track from Brofert Ntrwrt. Te A Editor of The Ivening Tnkfrnph: Ihero has recently appo.tred in our daily papers a very elborato rehearsal of rcr.soue lor the removal Of the railroad tracks from Broad strcot. With a 1 areat ehw ef latrncrs, it nevertheless entirely over lookt two very erouiinont reasons for the cmtinu nee of aaid tracks in Bread street. It in the desdru of this protect to show what those roasons ato, and that any conclusions deduced from premise wbioti Ignore their txirtenoe mn-t be vicious aud un-ound. The first reason for too eoatlunanee of said tracks on Bread streot Is TUB lMMLNOE AMOOXT OF TRATFIO OOHDUCTBU or En THEM. In proof of the value nnd amount of thia trnfflo, we submit thu following statement, it hat Deeu carefully prepared, and is behoved to be substaa. tlally correct. Ir recites the number of loaded oars . 1 1. n - . . 1 1 r . . mm , . - . ' I tracks dunnir J,ovenibor and Dec...

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 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. rHILADELPIIIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, I860. LITERARY ANNOUNCEMENTS, ETC. A work will be published during the romln? summer with the followiiiK title: "William Woodbrldfr; Ilia Llle, Lcttera, find 8acccb.ee; edited by Charles Lttumnn." Mr. George W. C'uiloton announces "Ls Travulllenrs la Sler," by Victor Hucro. Mvsr. Robert Frother hare li prepnrt lion "Our Summer In the Harr. Forest," by a Hcotch family; "Hidden Pop. Us;" "Htudlee for Hunrtay Evrnlnjr," by Lord Kinloch; "Raleigh: A IIutorlc:l l'luy," uyMurtln Farritihur Tupper; "Sweet CoibfoI: A Hook for Clrlf," by Sarah Tvtlrr; nnl a new edition cf "Tatpa, or The Cbronlclos of a t ly Far." 1esn. Wnlkcr, Fullf r f; Co. will shortly ouMieu "Ma, r.i -unitii in tho ReV-Uion." by 1'. ('. IlcnJoly; "History of the Second Hasan c'uusftts r. piiiient," by Rev. A. II. Quint. Mcasn. L'mdeny .t Iiluk'iKton iinnotinee 'T,octurra on the Treatment of Necrosis by tho CoBstant Calvunlc Cllrrcut,', by Ir. Robert licmtik. ,...

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 March 1866

I MISCELLANEOUS JOTTINGS. Th annual cot of tho salad consumed in Paris is estimated at $200,000. Charlotte Cushman is giving gay parties and balls in Rome. -Rricrnoll Ima reappeared Id rails with Fnttl, and has beeu well received. i-"Caiu' Daughters" i tho name of a novel now publishing m l'aris. Eugcno Sue turnbjhed the idea. A larpe number of sharks have recently been seen in the British Channel and upon the French coast. Upwards of soren thousand military eon vlctg are now employed upon public works In Iiussia. One of Hatty's lioncte, in Paris, has lust had three tins cubs, which hav ben confided to the care 01 a dog. Tho ex-opera dancer, Clotilda, spends ' in Faris a million of francs yeailyou her house kocplnir and filettc.' A bluHhlnjr bride of CO, married but fix days to a pay young fellow of 61, committed suicide from jealousy, in Stamloid, England. Albert L. Starkweather, the Manchester murderer, was benteneed at Hartford, Ct., on Thursday, to be bunged on Friday, August 17...

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 March 1866

tmiMi TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 18G6. 8 J CITY I NTELLI GE NCE M m For Additional Loral Items tet Third Page. A Rotron Customer ow tiii Rampar. William Ourtia in RtxMitJ as pujrnaaioue and dangeren a character a caa be loaad utslda tha sacred preeincta ot the State Penitentiary. Ila has been (?'.& it with a perfect leesenes for tome time, but wan brouphi up with aronad turn lait nig-at, and committed bj Alderman Beitlar. la beptember last William went to the house of Mra. liobinnoa, V: 28 Strawberry street, aad goln up into the parlor laid down ta take a ale p. 11a aa otdared to leave by Mn. Koaiaon, waea he wade a Tioleut assault, en the unprotected female, hitting her several blowa and knockinfr her down, after which he left tar yartt anknown. On batarday night, however, he turned up aeaia at the same bone, and wanted souiethinf to driak and a ci;aT. The bRrteader, Mr. Linden, reiused hie demand, when ha seized a pitcher and knocked the bar...

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 March 1866

I TJSILJE (RliFE H VOL. V.-No. 64 PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. v V THE FEN9ANS Interview Between Sir Frederick Bruce and Mr. Seward The Fo nlan Excitement a "Seven Days' Wonder"-Purehases of Horse3 In H-miiton for Fenian Cavalry-Preparations lor Dei'once ef Prescott-Creat Ex citement at Wind sor Incoirvio honsiblo Rock ets Sent Up on American Shore, Etc. W.saui70N, Merch l-l.-eVr i rr3e'ck Ei J-e had an iutei ;iew7f ,?ia trOav wltb Becio '.vy Eewrrw in regard o iVn!a's afi' Ira. hv. betvatd r"t red him that it w;s notl'Miir mora the a tesen "ilJ woidcr, Bnd would dm out I 1 a aboi-i time if?oiii ploiic. Aae LrUisli lnter thougbt there. oj:rut to be some exoreevoa ontM pait of the Go'vei-iment r;ai nut it-, that if it wrs offi c'Vly c noun -ad tb .it tbe ( oeidmrnt renro b:.?i i'je iiiovcui' at, it won't! have a most ;. -ce"cnt f c. Just now. Ills mo'.ubl; Jibat cone thing ot tbe i. nd wi.'l sboi.iy La isauedbythe Sccrc-.: - oi btate. Excitement lu...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 March 1866

THE DAlLl EVENING TELEGRAM". PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 18GG. THE NEW TOBK THESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading l Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topios of the Hour. COMPILED IVtBT DAY FOR XTENIltO TBlKOaAFU Intcinatlonol lelc;rapbf From the 1 imet. A mcnsure wblcb involve questions of frrave national Importance is now under consideration bj Iho United Statei Senate, in the bill reported tj Senator Morpai, to fncourape tclograplito communication between the United State and tho Inland of Cufea, aod othor West India Islands and the Bahamas. I'trmi lesion it asked of Con Stress to allow certain citizens of the United States the exclusive privilege for a limited num ber of ytars to lay a tolcgriai hlo cable over or upon a specified part of the coast of the UniUd States, with a vie to connection with the Weat Iadia Islands. From the debates In the Senate n this question on the 20th ultimo, we find that this privilege is atked to protect American in terests Mlilch are now je...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 March 1866

THE DAILY1 EVENING TELEGRAFII. rillLADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MARCn 15, 1866: CITY INTELLIGENCE t For Additional City Jno'.tj. ..ct tee Eijhtit 1 ge. Wilt, of an Late Db. Jaynf. The Hill ot the late Dr. David Jhjnt has beer tiled In the once of tlie Kefci-ler of Willi-. It ia a very voluminous document, covertae- thirty-two paftra of ioolfccnp. rlostl.v written, and was ftee oi looifccnp. ciostiv written, a drawn by Edward M. Paxion, Esq., of ih ufelpbia bur, who lias teen lor many jr. Votitmcl ol Dr. Jnvne. The will it dated , nut I'hiia- rears the Jolv 1!). A. u. ihj4. lis meal lenp-in preTfrat ltg puDli cation In full. Wc eivc I How ft comet tuin mnry oflta principal proviMona: The following coinyritc ilio special pecuniary lrpfltiCB! i To his nlcca, Mary Jnr.c ranted, $500. To hi? sisters-in-law, J.argaret and Emily Watkrr, the mm or $200 eiuli. To his wife's nitres, Ann Fort, JIary Smith, and Mary Elizabeth Ciinuii.ghani, the sum of $200 each. To his ncicr-g, Catharine Ireland, Mary ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. HIILADELl'mA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 18GG. String Mcgwpft It pvbliihed etery af.trnoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 5. third ttreet. Price, Ttirre Cenl fer Copy DouUe Sltert), or Eighteen Cciiis Per Week, payable to 0e Carrier, and mQed to Subscriber out of the city at Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Centi for Two Months, invariably in advance for Vie period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Anzertiiemrnts in a'! of our Edition, they muM be forwarded to our office not later ttn 10 o'clock each Morning. THURSDAY, MAKCII 15, 18C6. One Plank o which we all Can Stand. In the riatform adopted by the Un'oi Con tention of rernsylvan'a we fid th loVowrj dec'eratlon : VResolvid, luat. Ccrrcsi tbon's not fail to mako o fquitible mlr-:ient ol bo jrttici aul &"ow aoeu to the brave men wbo wco eut.veJ ia tbo m.'htt'i.Y Be'.v.ce of fie coanlj." TThilolua aeilci of rc.olutiors eipKMlre of Democratic faith, In found n"We me upon Corjrc the prnpi'ety of...

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

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PfflLADELPIIIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 18G6. AMUSEMENTS. ACH Rtkivt TaiATaa Tk Ktret of Jfsto , f they do not I re the Bino, apr-nr at Mtsttohave tired the actort. v ilh the exoeo.ion of Mr. JHackay, whose perturmance of "Cio. i'O f atrweathr"lanr:rneat,rrt'iticiHe'ch, and Me-Mo, Cbanlrau aad Parsloe, whe are an l fall of life and enery, the plcoo more laoireidly along. If 'sa Leva a it even eare.exaiy drekd, with nniarsd ooi and aafaooked dresses; shoplaja loo with a thorou"H causcioufiirst of the audieuce, aad an aifor ruoun clouaes of the uore. The f -email's do la a great creature 1 morrow, JUr. Cbiafrau'i farewell benent. KiwAmmaj TnxATRK Mr. Wnlle:;, the tref t fUitksepoiian clown, taket a farewell bem-tlt Umi evening. 1 bit anlat, woo in h tpet'a'ty hi" no rnal In the warld, in aDoat to leave-n and return to fcorope, to tft tun w,ll be tbe lait opporUrity of tceiut bim Walhitt Ktrkkt 1 bkatrk. Mr. and Mm. Etta will play "sir. and Ura Beverly," in Mo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 March 1866

LITERATURE. XrcT Ariin. lly J. T. Trowbridge. Ticknor A Kit-Id, lioftcn. Philadelphia Agent, O. W. l'ltcbfr, No. 8d8 CliMuut street. Mr. Tronbrlcige has achieved for himself a favorable reputation by the publication of "Cndjo's Cave,", and the appearance of "Lucy Arlyn" will iiot detract from hi fame. It Is a novtl of strikingly forcible parte, yet somewhat dlsjoink'dly put together. It resembles the poplar tree, very bcautllul in its shape when well trimmed, yet woliilly ugly when left to native luxuriance. "Lucy Arljn" wants pruning. There are too niapy inferior creations, who ap pear upon the stdge as utility men, and serve only to diblract the reader's attention from the main points of the story. I!ut the whole work h written in a fpiritcd, pleasant style, and abounds in lively dialogue. It is a well-known fact, and one which we think will bo rccog" nixed not only by tnoeo who have attempted to write, but bIho by all critical readers, that a tprigbtly dialogue, a natural cenverw...

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 March 1866

THE DAILY 'EVENING eKa rariilLADELPna, 1 TntJIiSlUi;. : MARCH 15, 1SGC. The New York lribunt of yesterday published lit following special sJespalcLes from Wash- igton: ' ' ' - ,0UIBIANA DKLEOATIONfl TUB KB W ORLBAN9 xictiov. I ;,.,'., Two Interesting committers have lately bepn ore from Louisiana seeking to make a tavora- tie impression upuu mm i resident respecting 'airs in tnat state. ' Baou or these committee presented, Inteuse Connerriearl and Ttehel in. tacnee, but had d ffereut obieeti to aecemDlliih. ine of taein consisted of three members ot the ouisiana Leartslnture, " and was ostensibly are to present the President the "loyalty1' solutions ot that body, and counteract sosno k the representations of Goverior Wells. All If these fien'ilcmon were officers under the Rebel overiiinent. ut. tjoussan, 01 mtw uriaans, baa lao been here in the interest ef Governor fella, and In opposition to these committees. ieir respective constituents: but the oalside Vaprcssion is that thry wet...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 March 1866

f 8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 18G6. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional Local Item $c ThW&Page. Anothkb Vic toby Great SueEss of Tbi Evavb k Watscou 8afr. In another eolnmn wi'l be found a cer-'tica'tj from one of the beHt known firms 'a Lnstol, 1'., setting forth th pe'iico'au of a very eevet-e test t3 wb'ch an Evant A Watson inside-tw safe (i iubjec'cd, In tb. botn!nr of an Immarse foiT-stoi.ed mill. This safe, when taken irom tbc i mis, opened li the pretence of a la-go number of pernor", atid H it were foi'id the books, pnpetj, hauk-uotes, et?.; of the (Ira In a perfect elaU o( pre. n ration. Ta'i was deemed almost a mlraile, as the he ;t wri of such Intensity as to have moltrvl off the brais knot; j and ouUido plates ot the P re-proof receptacle. Scspiciojf of Lahcest. E'teabstb. Heat zler keeps a tenant bouse Ho. 328 York avenue. A youns rotu Cook rooms in the house, and lojt there the sum ol iflOoU in bonds and mosey. lie obtained a ee.uc...

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. — 16 March 1866

T7 fTTT VOL. V.-No. fi5. PHILADELPEilA, FRIDAY, MAECH 10, 18GG. DOTJI'LE SHEET THREE CENTS. i y V IQi .NM JL tor - f J T BLf ST 1 A Temporary Iall in tlio Ex citement in Canada. CAIIEET C0T7ECIL 13" MONTREAL. Twenty-flic Tfconsand nflclfl K!flcs Sent to Upper Oula. THE AGITATION IN QUDEC. Movements of Troops Alons the Frontier, CANADIAN NEWSPAPER "KEPORTS. Etc., Etc., c. liio., i&tc. Etc, Etc. Montukai., March 13. There is 1cm excite ment to-day, although preparations to resist attack a re 'actively proceeding. A Cabinet council wis held here at noon, pre sided over by tho Governor-General. During this meeting, two telegrams were received, one lrom the Governor-General ol New Brunswick, and the other lrom tho Governor of Nova Scotia." Tho lirst announced Unit a resolution ad isincj confederation hao, just neeii carried unanimously by the Upper House of the L'jislr-.turo in that province, and that a similar iebi.lt was expected in the Lower House: T'no becoad despatch ex pressed ...

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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. — 16 March 1866

THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions f the Leading Journals Upon the Most I mp ri ant Topics ef the Hour. OOUriLED BVFEY DAT BOB EVKWINO TELEWUPB. Mr.' Shorman on Finance. From the Tribune. ThereTODueof our Federal Government for the last quarter of 18(15 wm as folio wv Intornal Taxes.. SS2,C97.15 Cu-tora $00,210,853 loial 141(818,4i4. There aro el her items lands, diract tax, and miscellaneous; bat the two former are trifling, while the miscellaneous consists, e Judge, mainly of receipt tor Teasels and supplies bought fcr war purpose, and now sold became bo longer needed. We Judiro the real income of the Governtnont a little over one hundred and forty millions, or at tho rate of live hundrad and sixty millions par annnm. The recelpis from customs are excessive. We Imported far too many goods during tho quar ter twice too many. If we ooint thtrty mil lions per quarter as tho proper sun to be raised by a wisely discriminating tiriiT, It is quite enough. If laere had been no cheatin...

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. — 16 March 1866

THE X5AILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, 1866. THE TRICHINJI2 DISEASE. Its Caa aad History. W are indbtd to the microscope for our knowledge ot the minute worm which cause the diituRt called Trlchimlasii. Many yews aro several English physicians notioea in lean flNh mlante yUowih-white granule, which Is tbe nalvautitioua shell inclosing the worm. Thene, Hilton, n KifliBh aaaumUt, sapposed to be animals; bnt the r.ooloptpt Owen was the first who described and named, the worm itself Trichina Spiralis, rreelcclv an the yolk and white of a hen's esr are not visible through the shell which contain them, so with the Trichina. It Is frequently from one-third to one-half a line long, meaMnred whea ite body u uacoilod; but, from its transparency, it cannot with the naked eye be recognized nt having the struo tore of an animal. Thl, however, caa readily be Been under a lens of f0 or GO diametarR. It does not belong to the clas of infasoria or ani malcule, but cntexoa, and ...

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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. — 16 March 1866

1 j'Vbliithrd ttcry afirrvoon (Smday excepted) at 2fo. 108 S. ihnd sired. Pree, Tliree Ocnis Per Oojy (Double Shed), or Eighteen Cents Per Well, i-ayahle to the Carrier, and mailed to FuhsivtbcsB wt of the city at Nine Do'Jars Per .ir.t.vm: Ow Pollnr and Fifty CM $ for Tux Month, innanably in advance for tlie period ordered. To ituvre the Jnrertien of Adr:erti$enwt3 in atl of our Edition, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Hominy. FRIDAY. MARCH 10, 13-53. Tho WaifliousJng Sjstcm. Tb k warehouse bill whick lately passed the . Scunte by s very decided vote, though vio lently opposed by one of the largest manu facturers in New England. Senator Spinous, la said to have been prepared la tho Treasury Department. We suppose, therefore, that it is nil right, and Intended to operate bene ficially on our finances, commerce, aad in dustry. It, at all events, extends the tima for withdrawing merchandiHe from any public or private bonded warehouse, which is a goo...

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. — 16 March 1866

rnEj1 'DAILY ' V$NIN(K TKnEGRATn.rmLADELPniA, FUIDAY, ; MARgil ,10, t18GC. 5 AMURKMhNTft. Walnut STRr.rrTHiATUK. Hie fore woll night o( Mr. and Mrs, Charles Iican. A solemn night, whop n -tiateol the bit taesi cult ration of gniut.ol eorld-wide reputation, take a tin I I fa o t.'in public, and I y them will be Men no more.. Mr. ami Mrs. Kesn re tire into the kiehest social eircle, whtr tbav have the ad mnaiion, eaeeas, and aflVctloa ef the aoblcst, to most estimable, anu t ie most Intellectual ol the land. With the remembrance of a career t int la without a atain. tilth the ouTitleo of having ad- 1 vaiced the Uiamulic art, and (he jrreutest dramust I r the world, 8nks;.( ore, in tb minis ot the Ks jlih I reop'e.Mr. and Mra. Keen can siiia their somas with f tight memorlos around thus, fit in rvenlnv the 1 play will be Th- ii'rmntii-r ami .The Wnuler, to ! classical and eteWintr pieces! "I he larewoll sijrht ( mr. ami mra iv-an moud t an ovation. to morrow Mr. Roberta wi ; appear iu ...

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. — 16 March 1866

f 6 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, I860. Dangers and Duties of the Dour, HON. WILLIAM D. K EL LEY. LECTURE Delivered at Concert Hall, Last Evening, Before the "Social, Civil, and statistical Asso ciation of Pennsylvania." THE PERILS OP THE NATION- Vm; Etc Kie Ete-, em Ete Ete. Hon. William D. Keller, M. O. for the Fourth District of Pennsylvania, delivered the fallowing ad dress last evening, at Concert Hail, to very large, brilliant, and enthuiiastio andience. the pakor mi listened to with narked attention, and wai fre quently Interraptod by applause. He spoke substan tially a followi : HISTORICAL PARALLEL. Oatbi are not an adequato foindation for govern snent. All history attests this fast. A republic which a not Bantam' by the Intelligent apprehension of ta vital principle, and their hearty aeooptanoe by te people, la in constant dangor of overthrow. When be snn wont below the horizon on the 1st of Dsootn tier, 1861, 1 react) was, nnder tlie constitu...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 16 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 16, ,i8CG, relat'ons to the TTdIom by not accenting their Senators And Representatives." ..... what conaanss will do. Bat I must pause. Tha dangorot the cormtry U not trom military powsr. Ihe great soldier who apiored Fort Donoleon and lsiand Mo. 10, and ena bled Anilnv Johnnon, tne hunied refugee, toretirn to bis home, commands tbe army lor lifo. No tit. Aniaud can erilar a pardoned traitor to his box don. And bavins- conquered tbe Roboll'on on his wn line, be will aot permit the results ot the peo pie's dearly bought viotoriet to be treacherously sarrendered by say but themselves. ' fllbe Thirty-ninth Congreis will maintain the onstitution la iU integrity It will do what it can, In spue of the ysto funtr, to protect the public faita and credit. It will invest tbo Executive with ample power to protect and avengo every loyal loan In the coontry. It will strive to guarantee to aaoli Rtate a republican lorm el government. H list...

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. — 16 March 1866

1 TOE- DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPti. PHILADELPHIA) FRIDAY, MARCII 16, I860. 8 OUE NEW YORK LETTER. Money, Mlneka, tod Marketa A Chilian lionx irr t'ir Ctaalara It t let 's lie UrwHt aiolibety, Kt. tpctial (Jorrespandertct of re Evening Telegraph, Haw York, March 19. Cold in steady nt 1314 to day. Meney is eay and cheap, and Government sfourittee are hi good demand, lb era is lei excitement in Kail way tharea. Produce and merchandise are in fair rerincit at somewhat nrmer prices. Freitrhl cngi'.scmcuts are moderate. .An amusing account of a hoax practised tipon the ISp:-.nlsb. anthoillics here a few dayssi.inry with the connivance of the Chilian envoy In thli city, Is publi'ihed to-day. A letter purportm t le intended or the Chilian Minister at baenoj Ayic3, and bearing an excellent imitation of Honor 13. Vicuna McSonna'a- alnatare, wai dropped in the e:reet at a 'point where two Kpau'sb. spies ware paisln. Tiioy fell into tho trap, picked at) the loiter, and very soon niter II 3 cntents...

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