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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 17 March 1866

7 V ITITm "TT T" JI IrUl a H TOL. V.-No. 66 nPIIILA-DELPIIL, SATURDAY, MAECH 17, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. Deprived of Its Horrors by Purifying and Enriching tho Blood. JV'O W IS 1 HE 11ME TO USE A IE VENTIVE. There Is None Equal to Helmbold's Highly Concentrated Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla. PUR AKT TtF-ALTHY BLOOD RESISTS DISEASE, And while thoremay be no occasion for alarm, those of ni J ure blvMi are uiost llablo to suCer. nnn IHII HUH nHH HUH JUKI Illill I1HH II till HUH JllllIIIHUHUIlrt HUH HH1I UHll HHlt HHU I1HH HH'I HUH 1111U bHU IN TIIE SPRING MONTHS the system natnrallv unrtetgoes a change, end HKLMliOLD rt HIGHLY lONCENTHATM I XTRACT OF (SABAPAR1LLA Is an assistant or the greatest value. UlY'lfcU BLOOM TO THlt PALLID CHEEK AND BEAtTIFYINO TILE COMPLEXION EEKEV.EKEEEE I V. bELELELEfci E K c, JtKR IKK KtKEEE KM EKE Ei:n EKE i KEK K EEEEEEEEE EEEEEEEEEEJ IT ERADICATES ERUPTIVE ami ULCERATIVE DIBEAShH of the 1'HKUAT. NOHK, fcTKS, EYELIDS, H ALP and 8K.1N, which so disfigu...

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. — 17 March 1866

LITEIIAT UHE. Life op FnrDrmcK thb Grrat. Br Thnross k Carltle, six volumes. Harper A Brothers. J. U. Lippincett & Co., Philadelphia agents. We receiTc the last volume of tho history of the times of "Frederick the Great," wltn a sense f relief. We bad feared that the old roan of eighty would have died before he bad put a ported to hU lomsr work, before he had placed Frederick quietly la his tomb. We therefore are glad to Booths present volume; but. we view it rather ai a book of reference thnn as an addition to the cuiroiit literature of the day. There was a time whaa Carlyle wrote with vlftorous force: his wild ecrenlricitlcsof expres sion, bis originality of phraseology, aad the vivid power of comparison nul expression which he exhibited, acted as charms te add lustre to his productions. But in his old aso be has degenerated into affectation. What then was natural, vlrid, and ttronir, is now rapid and stilted. His complexity has Increased and bis force has diminished. It is no...

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. — 17 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 186G. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City lnkUi j-'uce see Ei !U.'i J ag?. The Domestic Markets. We give tho followlnir quotations lor to-day: Aoplos, fi'ba't peck Heans, dry, quart Items, ior haf peck ..2-.r ..12rjl5 ,.4"li ..6t;79 ..45't.iO Huitor, roi pound.... Carrots, if J p o Celery, i tiiiuon. UMai;e, f Head 8 a 12 Cranberries t quart Cherries, bcedt.d . . . , .6!(l,fl Dried Fruit, apples, y quart, .. " peaches, qu ri.. " cherries, quiii i Y.pps, t doron J lour and ileal wheat, r i.,., " rye. 4"t " Imp, l it " " India , 1 lu.., " buckwheat, Hominy. . J-nid lHb.. Meats roast beef, ib coined bcof, V It) " rump stonks, t Ib " sirloin stenks, Ib " smoked, i Ib Mutton, Jore-quui kir, lb " hind " tl " chops N yib Onions, hulfpecV Taienips. J'hlk ...Vitijl ...2h&&) . ,.2j"2i ...i-i'iSH ... ... 'D 7 ... 88i 7 ...12?Wi ...2') 23 ...ttWrt ...1")20 ...22'2S ...27 " ...2 to 27 ...lon.12 ...v: 18 ...is.;-2! ...2iy 2"...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 17 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH". PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 18CC. feting tlegtajrti Jt published every a f (moon (Sundays exceed) al No. 108 S. Hard sired. Trice, Ttiree Cents . Per Copy (Double ifteti), or Eighteen Cents Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to SubscrWers out of the city at Nine Dollars Per Ani.um; One Dollar and Fifty Cent s for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Adtertifcmenls in all of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later ttian 10 o'dock each IJorninq. SATURDAY. MARCH 17. 1808. The Financial Attack on the Secretary by the Comptiollcr. The attention of the publ'c, especially those who, through either tasto or business, have given their time to the examination of finan cial questions, has been directed for several weeks to the attack being made by Mr. Free man Clark, Comptroller of tie Treasury, on the official veracity of the Hon. Hugh McCullocii. It seems that Mr. Clark accuses ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 17 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEG R AHI. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 18GG; CIIEHH. The Grand Match ntlwrnn Philadelphia Bd nw lerK. In confoimity with a pre-rious announcement in tio is paper, the grand trial of skill between the well-known chefs playcri, Mr. Reichhclm and Captain Mackenzie, tho mpcctlva repre sentatives of tho railadelplna and New York amateurs, was commenced on Thursday erenlnfc, at eight o'clock precisely. Tho attendance bntti of member and yisitors at the rooms of the New York Clab was very larfp, and represented the elite of the chef s f nitoriiity of this city and its environs, seyejul aentleinen from Philadel phia being likewise prevent. Captain Mackenzie led off with the Eny Lopez opening and, a'tcr fifty-three moves, the came was abandoned by l'roleiser Keicbhciin as hopelessly drawn. GAME II. After a short recess, at about 3 P. M., hostili ties were resumed and a second game com menced, when Mr. Rck'hhclm, having the first move, led oil In Tcry dashing- style ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 17 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MAKCII 17, 18GG. CM) - NUMBER LTX. A DIET FOB MENTAL DYNBPTIOS, AHD A COBB FOB HY-rCIIONDRIA, BT-POCBT3T, OB ANT COMfLAINT OF A BY OHDK&. 3JY OUll BEItlKS ItDITOH. ALMANAC ANI DIABT. enonT MEntK-uxoaioA r, obs-krvatiohs fob thb WEAK. March. Jlonrtny. 19. North Carolina Lc trislators meet In JialVieh in mo irimltive style, smoking- pious and whitt in if (ticks, and liar an excited dis cussion with Knives. jnenliy, In the case of Veriver vs. Glvon, trio Court has rlcoi.lcd that tlio voios cant lor both psrhi n wcro moro or less ilievul, but the exact number ol such votes has not lot boon counted. Tv tnlny, I I. Thaddns. Ptcvong exposes, as a t'otipriliond fabrication, the reported speech oi president Johnson on tue 221 01 lust Febrj. nry. It was tha opinion of many others that iUofulric was largely of the Copper element. TiinrMflMy, 13. Pity Couacils meet. Colonel Jnmes Taie orlbrcd a resolution autho iztn tue Mayor to "prepare ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 17 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MAliCH 17, 180G. THE GREAT COTTON QUESTION. Facta ni Figure Begnrdlng; the Crop for I SCO rrodacllt 1'ower of the Sooth IIew M aoti Cotton OAnbi ttaUefl 67 spvelsllouo to lrubbl fi-lota. from the Ntw Orlcnnt Timet. Cotton tiw bocome a word to conluro wl',h. riutus whispers it on 'Chabtu, anil tho wholu commercial world becomes excitod. Many there are who think of nothing else. They tailr of the fleecy labile when awake, dream of it wh-u afiWp, turn it now into greenbacks, now Into coldfc and bow build witU it all sorts of cast Pm In tbe uir. The cotton ron of 180.) was 5,3i(!,8.i7 balo, of which about one-fourth was consumed in this country, leaving the balance, worth at thf old an!t helium price nbout one h.incln-d and sixty n.illienR of dollar, to lake tbe place of specie in our foreign exchange. It Is not wou derltil, then, that cotton is rejranled as a pr. duct of great importance, and that in tho future, as In the past, it in...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 17 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 186G. ft SCOTT, JR., AUCTIONEER. B. SCOTT, JR., AICTI0XEER. CATALOGUE CATALOGUE S S. Ei sob OP OP JAMES S. EARLE & SONS' JAMES S. EARLE & SONS' FIFTH GREAT SALE OF OIL PAINTINGS, FIFTH GREAT SALE FIFTH GREAT SALE .A.T THE OF OF 8 JAE3E IS L E VALUABLE ORIGINAL AMERICAN AND FOREIGN OIL PAINTING-S, Purchased by nud TainteJ to the order of MR. JAMES S. EARLE, From original Sketches prepared exclusively for him. Among the artists represented are: carl iiubner, ?iuykr von iireme.v, sondrhmann, tolius hibnkh, PROP. JOURD AJf, HEN". ROXSER, DIELMASX'S, K. D. LEWIS, II. IIKRZOG, MILLNEIl, BOSCH, LASCII, 8CHLICIIT, St HON, TESKATK, EDWARD MORAS, KUWAS8Y, r AUL "WEBER, GOODALL, 1IIDDEMANN, VVEB1EK, II. KARL, W. I.. BONNTAG, LITSCHAUKR, C. IIOGUET, SALENTIN, TRIEREL, , HILLEMACIIER, CARABAIN, FAULKNER. IV. L. VAN STARKENBUnGH, J. N. T. VAN 8TAHKENBURG. This Collection is superior to that offered by JAMES S. EARLE A SONS at ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 March 1866

EGMA H H A J. VOL. V.-No. 07. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MARCH 10, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. J- U Ll.o EUROPE. ANOTIIER REVOLT IN SPAIN. Some Rich Scandal News. IMPORTANT PARLIAMENTS DEBATE Private Property at Sea. CHILIAN PRIVATEEK OrF NORWAY The New Atlantic Cable. TROUBLES ON THE DANUBE. ltd TAtUt JBJ., fc.m., Kic, tc. The C'blllAa Wir. A CHILIAN rr.IVATEF.R OFF THE COAST OF NORWAY NARROW ESCAPB OF A BI'ANISH VESSEL. Copenhagen March, 1 ) Denpatch to the London Ship ping Gazette. A Chilian privateer steamer has been fallen in with oil" the coast of Norway. Tiie Concordia .(Spanish steamer) arrived in CiiristiauBiind to load -a cargo of ti.-h lor Cadiz, was spoken by bcr, and eseuped by hoisting tbe English flair. Vessels in Norway arc deaiauding higher freights upon northern produce tor JSpuiti. The above named Bteanier Concordia, Mcudialdtia, arrived at Falmouth, February 25, on her return voyage to Cud iz, ana pi occedud thence tor her port of destination on the 27tti. JJditor...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 March 1866

0 THE DAllYi EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MARCH 10, 1866. -r-n r ""1 THE NEW YORK PItESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leadlnat Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of ths Hour. COMPILED FVERT SAT FOB BVmUKO TELEGRAPH. Unqualified Sufirage Its Tendency. From Ik JYm. In tbe recent debate In the British Parliament on Itho reform question, the member for Hull, Sir. Clay, presented a proposition for a bails ef uffragc, which excited urh attention, but -which the Ministry did not feel at liberty to commit themselves upon. lie urged that tlte tranoniso should be Riven to all who could read, write, aid pass a certain examination ia arithmetic, and who possessed a certain Bin all amount of property. In some respects Mr. Clay's measure was not so broad a thst expected from the Ministry; for a thirty dollar rental maoUrjclade some who can neither read, write, nor pass an arithmetical examina tion, though, on the other hand, stany fulfill pass such an examination who did not occup...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 March 1866

THE lUILY EVENING TELE G R APII. PIIIL A D ELPI11 A , MONDAY, MARCII 19, 18GG. CITY INTELLIGENCE J or A ddiUotud City lniivji ct ieeJEigJiUi Pagr. Suicide of a German bt IIanaing. About eljrht 'deck vei Unlay morriiitr, a fron tlernsn reeieliniz In the rcr.r ot No. 610 Uuiliord street, between herond nnl Third, belsj boiiti, on proceeding to a room win -.h kad been rented by a lifimaa, named Julin V. Rabas, foand the occupant haaeluc by the neck from a hooK ybich be bad driven iu tho walL The lile of (he unlortunHte tnai a extinct. The deceased was a native ef Page-Co'iiii x-otha, and about forty-eieht years ot ajte. Iu had served la the L'nioa army, aad was ihm:i arged by reason of physical debility. For M.-vrral weeks past be appeared to be in a very nlon jgy and despondent stale, and on several 'ocv ions was beard t wish him self dead A 1 t;-r in the (iereaaa lnnenoge, which he bin. evidently written sliertly belore tat'ajr bis Lie, waa tonnd tn the room. As it show hi re:i-ens f...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 March 1866

Is pvblhlted nay afrrncon (Siindayi sxcepted) at No. 108 S. Third tired. Trice, Tiree Oent Per Copy (Double or Eighteen Cents Per Week, payable to Hit Carrier, and mailed to &ubscr9ers out ofOieotfyat Nine Dollars Per Jvhum ; One Dollar and Fifty Gents for Two Month, invariably in adoa'ice for Vie period ordered. To intvre the Insertion of Advertisements in til of our Editions, they must be forwarded to oar office not later thin 10 o'clock each Morninq. MONDAY, MARCH 19, 18C8. The French Exposition ol 1837. Tii e Idea of having a Grand Exhibition, at which all the Industries of all tho nations of the globe migat be placed aide by side and compared, originated about the year 1830. In conformity with the formation of this index to the advancement of the age, the first World's Fair was held In London in 1851. At it all of the people of the Old World vrero represented, and, to a limited extent, tho inventions of the H ewhad a place. Qur Gov ernment teglected to take any part In the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 18GG. . AMUSEMENTS. Walhut Strkkt Tbkatrb. Mr. Hackntt epeaa to ntfrhtln Henry th tounh. as "sir John FalstaftV Ills encashment is bat for six nljrtats, during whleb, however, be will revive seme of the rood old plays wbicta art so contemptaonslv ignored by other rtists llii enirsgero.nt will be a tret to Phila delphia, ach as it dm not Ltd for some time, iu Jhcse days of "sensation." NEWICDMK0T 8TRBCT 1BATRII. TO-Hht tho new p ay or tkirtoiteh: or, Ms titolttn Jewell, will be lOTen for the first froe n this country. It has fine opportunities lor magnificent seenenr. aad we need not Par they will not be nepleeted at tbe Cnesaut, wbore everything is o well put upon tbe stage. Abch Btrew Thrateb. ro-nlght Mr. Dillon renins bis engscomeat with lie.iphirjor. All wn loveeiniiae talent and true art. should see Mr. Dil lon, lie is a flue artist, and eapsoially trreat in JhU Ppf. We are glad te we leome biu back to r uila dolphla. ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 18GG. V HAWAII ANDCAPTAIN COOK. . ft ib joh sotawa, n. a. r There It vivid contrast between the condition if tho fcatidwicb. Islands at the time of itieir dis covery, iu 17G8, and the jear (18(UJ) in uicn the widowed yuttn set loot, lor tlio first time, in Europe. The wild and almoet uaited Pol.vtie aiau tiibe that oa Captalu Cook'i tint Yisii wor shipped arid then blew him, are now clothed and in a better mind: though no doubt muuh re in turn to be done to til and rendar fruitful tha plants tf civilization and religion whick seized the toll to rapidly. Alraady they yield u as their blossom a lady, who, without having ever before quitted her native thores, comes anions ut with all tat prices of cultivated taste and Intellect adJ4 to the beauty Ot her natural apposition. Affable, yet truly dignitied, Queen Emma charint all those h ho appronrh her, and Is the welcome guest ol' the noblest and most educated members ot Knglisk...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 March 1866

I 1 , THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 18CG. 7. MISCELIJVNEOUS JOTTINGS. What workman never turns tothelolt? A The helpht of absurdity A vcgotarlan at tending a cattle (how I Qiiaiitreil, . tha uotarious Kansas eaerilla. Bat been itienliiled, aad will be brought to Washington tor trial. The health of the vrneinble Lewis Cans Is rapidly tailinif. He sotroely tils up at all, aud his death is daily expected. Tbe Richmond gold claimed by tho bsnks of that city is still iu the national treasury at Washington. Governor Buckingham, f Connecticut, has Issued a proclamation appointis? March 30 as a day ol lifting and humiliation in thatBtaie. The tannery of Franklin Upton, in8outh Danvers. Mus., was destroyed oj iirc on Sun day. Loss $8000. Insured. Father (ialtier, pastor of Prairie du Chien, Minn., whose death was recently announced, was the tirst Catholic missionary in Minnesota. The Minnesota papers complain ol the spread of hydrophobia throughout the southern...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 March 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MARCH 19, 18GG. FOURTH EDITION LATEST FROM WASHINGTON. The Retirement or Major-General FranTilin from the Armj. REVIVAL OF COMMERCE IN CHARLESTON. t0.i 2tO.. XStO.e XQtO XBtO. Our Mpecinl JLespatclo. VTAaniNOTOM, March 19. 9f Djor.Qencrftl Franklin's Beat ;na.tlon. Th War Department hat accepted tbe resig nation of MaorG.en?ral Franklin, who hag . accepted the position of Superintendent of Colt's pistol factory. Ctiarlottton Conanaore. One of the clearest proofs of the returning prosperity ot (Jharleiton, South Carolina, it the receipts lrom customs at that port for the month of February, which were $31,618. Tbe Civil Rigkta Bill, resident Johnson has the Civil iltifchts bill still under consideration, lie has tbjectloas to it, hut is reluctant to veto it. Treaty wltb tlie Arapahoe and Cheyenne .Indiana. The report of E. W.Wjnkoop, Major United States Army, and Special Indian Agent, dated at Fort Lamed, Kaneat, March 5, 18(6, and ...

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

TWE WElftf TMILISGlMAFMo : f i - ., , . . HPECILA.IDEIL.IPIIIA., TUESDAY, MAEOH 20,i 186G. VOL. V.--No. C8 DOUBLE SIIEET TIIHEE CENTS. IMTEHESTIHG FROM HAVANA KcBiernivtion of Captain ,' General Inlco. , THESLAVE TRADE IN CUBA Horrible Treatment of Native Afri cans by the SlaTC Trailers. Orders of the Spanish Government Dis regarded hy the Captain-GeneraL MEGROES RE-ENSLAVED BY DTJLC2 Vtr Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc, Etc., Etc. Havana, March 15. Tho Captain-General Domingo Dulco, Mr. Seward's dear and panic a lar friend, sends his resignation home to Madrid by to-day's steamer. He, did the same thine? six months 'ago, but his more emphatic request now made to be relieved is attributed, and with t icaRon I believe, to a sharp reprimand recently received by him from tho (Spanish Govern ment in regard to his treatment of tho "emanci pados." The immediate result of this reprimand was n decree issued by the Captain-General, on the 2d instant, ordering all "etnancipados" to be de livered to the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 20 March 1866

TI1E DAlIA EVENING TELEGRAPH". PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 18CG. THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinion of the Leading .Journal Upn the Most Import lant Topic of the Hour. COMPILED SYKRT SAT FOR BYB1TXSTCI TKLBORAFK. A Bad "fix." JYews Ih4 Tribune. t Judge Poland of Vermont bat submitted to the Senate a bill to "fix" the salaries of District Judge ol the United Bt-te. by paying hence forth aercn of them $3000 each and the reiidue $4000. At a rou';U gaeia we ehomld gay that this bill will "flx" the taxpayers to the tune of $100,000 extra per annum; but it may be nearer $200,000. We most earnestly protest against Its passage. It involve a needless and unjust increase of the public burdens at a time when they are already keavlor than are or eter were borne by any other thirty milliens of people on earth. Adding ur State and municipal to our national taxes, tiiid they amount to not a nenny less than $20 each per annum lor the whole Amtriciin people, one-eighth of whom have just emer...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 20 March 1866

HIE DAILY- EVENING TELEGRArH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MARCH .20, 186G. CITY INTELLIGENCE for Additional City InUUtginc tee Ei i'oov. Boars of Stjrveycbh. A staterl meotirg ol tho Board ol' Burvcvors was held "Mterclay. I'etltio-ssior sewers in the following streets were cranf-d: Sewer oh Moutetey street, lwcen Twelfth ana Thirteenth; on Nectarine, street, between Eighth aud IS intli streets; on Market treet, between Thirteenth and Janipcr street?, and on Oxford street from I'ulethoip u Cwdine streets. Mr. Roberts, rhalranan of the com mitted) to whom was referred the Matter of widen: i) 3 Sonta College a venae irom Corinthian avenue to Twenty-fourth street, and 1'oplar atreet foam Iwenty-loiuth street to Fcnhsyl Tania avenue, reported, that "it h ,fnir to assume ibnt the ntiyer: sonth of Coates street, visiti-jg Ealrinouut 1'ark, will ent.-r either at Cailwwnill, Giecn, or Coates streets; those between Coates rnd Thompson streets. Till enter the Perk, at Poplar street; and those nort...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 20 March 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPII. PIIILADBLPIIIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 18G6. Js published etery afernoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 5. Ihird street. Price, Ttiree Cents Per Copy Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per Week, payable to the Carrier, nnd mailed to (HibarrlberB ovt of Vie city at Nine Dollars Tef Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Monti, invariably in advance for tft penod ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements inaU of our Editions, they mwit be forwarded to our office not tater titan 10 o'clock each Morning. TUESDAY. MARCH 20, 18G6. Cotton Its Culture and the Prospect t Future Crops. The London Quarterly Reclew, In a rcnt article on Dr. LtviKTOjrK'i work on "Zam besi and Its Tributaries," gives to the British public tho following; paragraph "Th basin of the Shire Is characterize by a sarios of torraces, tho first belnt below the Hurchian Falls, the sooond a plateau two tuousaad, an the third three thousand leet in altitaae; it must there fore potsosa a c...

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