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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 4 April 1866

E(G-MAJP A. O VOL V.--No. 81. !EiLA.r'BriPH:iA.s Wednesday, april 4, i860. DOUBLE SHEET Til REE CENTS. prn HIE r XiiE ciioieita. . t)eprlvecl tof Its Horrors by Purifying fahd Enriching the Blood. XOW IB THE TIME TO USE A PREVENTIVE. There is None Equal to Helmbold's Highly Concentrated Fluid Extract Sarsaparllla. THE CHOLERA In Affective vltallzaUon el the blood, and When the blood oses iu LIFE GIVINQ POWER, It eaotes relaxation of the contractile power ol the Hoodvetieii ol the body, and the lntertlnes open their mjrtai blood neurit, and all the albumluoiu or flesh waking material pastes off from the bowels. PTJEB AKD HEALTHY BLOOD IRK8I8TB DISEASE, And while there may be no occasion for alarm, those f tmpwt blood are moat liable to stiller. Him UHU mm nnn HUH HUH HUM HUH HUH HUH HHH1IHHH11HH HUH HUH HUH H II II HUH HUH HHH HHH HUH IlUil TN IIIE PritlKO MONTHS the system natnrally riUelsoes a chaiitfe, and HI.LMBOLd'8 H1UULV N Cfc N T K ATI-i KXTHAOT OF bAUSAPAKILLA la an atttetan...

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. — 4 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APML 4, 18GG. LITElt ATUKE. Mr. (Jeorge II. Bokor,- ot thW city, has had tho honor of having a etattiotte made from one of hia poems, by Mr. Samuel Conkey, a jouur sculptor of New York. The poem In ques tion, entitled "la the Wilderness," commemo rates an incident of tho bnltle in that dreadful , locality on the 7th of May. 18(11 the story of a wounded hoy who, after lying: all nlaht un tented on the Held, wa? (Uncovered In the morn ing creeping around and picking violet: "So, lout in thought, scarce conscious ol the deed, Culling the violets, hern and there ke crept Slowly ahl slowly lor his wound would bleed; And the sweet flowers themselves half smllod, half wept, " To be thus fathered in By hands so pale and thin, Bv It n pom tremblinir as they neatly laid Stem upon stem, and bound them in a braid." , The Executive Committee of the Dramatic Collcgp have awarded the prize of one hundred pounds, left by tho late T. P. Cook, the...

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. — 4 April 1866

0 rr Increase of Legal Rate ot Interest. To th Editor of the Evening Telegraph? i FBILADBLFEiA, Ap.il 8, lRjO If tho Increase of Interest on loans keMthorized t7 law, and It tu the effect of attracting capital to tneStato, is tlicre any danfct-r of it produotnt a re dandance, and thereby a reckless state of (pecula tion with those wbo may have the facilities to get money fwhlcn faollltios will be required to be of tbe rlcht kind, and amply tecure. Well, with inch facilities tbe amount of money needed can be ob tained at tbe presont time, and at almost any other time. We knew there is danger attending a suddon increase of capital bej ond tbe requirements of the present established trade, ft hlch is now successfully going on within tbe bounds of necessity, and under the trained experience of those engaged in its Tart, out departments. We have bad sad ex perience of tbe effect of sudden increase of capital, and particularly in the case of the charter of the United btatos Bank by Pennsy...

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

i Is jmblithrd retry nfrrnoon (Sundays excepted.) at No. 108 8. Ihird sired. Price, Three Cent Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Wvck, payable to (he Varrier, find mailed to Subscribers out cf (he city at Nine Dollars Per Ant;vm ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. Jo insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our otfloe not later than 10 o'clock each Morninq. WKDN ESD AT, APRIL A. 1860. ScoTel. Wit have received tha following communica tion, which shows the treachery of J. M. Scovel in even a stronger light than It has heretofore appeared : To the Editor of the Evening Telegraph: 1'HILADKLPHIA. April 4. 1861. 1 mart think that the sovere condemnation lav ished on Jambs M. Soovel, of New Jorsov. 1b pre mature and unfounded. Aboat the time of the metine of the present Congress, your correspondent took occasion, in the presence ot Mr. Scotkl, to express admiration ot the sen...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 4 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPn. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 18G6. 5 THE C6MNECTICUT ELECTION. Grl Ilnwlry hnn 509 BtIrlty i Hwlsm trpnlrnr la the JKllsUare. Nmw Havrk. April 31 P. M. Rotnrrn from 151 towns jrlveHawlev 84R raaioritj. There are 11 town to hear from which cave MClellan 1 majority. The Sonato Is two-thlrdg Union, and I the House has r0 Union majority. Nw Hivw, April X The Republican' here ere bring 36 guns over tbe til ecu on of (ieneial II aw ley. The Palladium, ot thin evening, figures up 850 malortty lor Hawley In the Slate. 8E5ATOK8 ELECTED OOMPLKTR 1. Gtort Bench. 2. LKMUKL STOUOTOH. 11. Xe.rah Vnrmcin. Char. W. Uallabd. David Orrknhi.it. Dr. Jon h MoGrkooh. MLHOM KOBBT3. (Dem.) ItKOROK W. PKKT. J. 8. fayrfen. 13 4 Thomas It. Jiond. 14. 6. Inane 1'. lioger. 115, 6. H. LYIIPN hARRIKON. lfl 7. HIRAM APPtJCMAN. ,17, B Joiih T Watt 18. II. O lluhhnrd. 9. KllRHA H.PALMKB. 19. WILMAM K. COHK. 10. William D. Bithop. 20. Jahpki a. Boltoh. 11. I.KOROK Kltl-LOOO. 13 Union...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 4 April 1866

THE DAILY EyENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 166G. Baby Looking Oat tor Me. Two Htt bnuT hands pattinc on the window, 'I wo ln"lnnir, bright vei looain not at mo; I wo roey-rcd ohceka deutod with a dimples Mother bird In cominir; baby, do you see? Down by the nine bosh, somoth-nir white) and azure, tsaw I in the window m i passed tno tree; Wei) lisnow the apron aud stiouulot-itnota of ribbon, All belonged to baby, looking out lor roc. Talking low and tenderly To diiniI as mothers will, Spake 1 softly, '-God in Heaven Keep my oarUn tree; iroro ill. Worldly gain and worldly honors As 1 not lor her from 1'heet Keep trom want and sin ana sorrow Keep her ever pure ami free." Two little waxen hand, ' Folded lot. and si'ontly; Two lilt.e curtiuiitd even, Looking ont no more lor m0 Tw o Mule mov. r cheotK, JJimplo-dcntnd nevormore; Two uitle trodden shoos, lhat will levurtoucli the floor; liouldtr-rbi'On softly twistod, Apron loldod, clean aud while; These are leli me and ...

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. — 4 April 1866

THE DAILY EVJ3NLNG TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APML 4, 18GG. DEATH OF OEX. I. IT, BfOKGArV. An Aa(hnti A(oaat hj mm Eye-Wit. CMS-IIo in Nhol Twenty Minute utter mm lt4 Surrendered ! ln Federal TrMt. Hap-ioulng to be present at the doath of General J. H. Morran, aajs a writer Id tne Columbus Origin, I have concluded to ami you a momoranda ol that and its accompanying events. 1 accompanied tho expedition into Xennessoo, made tor tbe purpose of driving back General Uillem's bngado of Fedoral cavalry. Wo arrived at Ureenvillo tarly in the evening of the 8d September, J8K1. Greenville la distant Irom Bull's Gap (General Gllieru't position), mnitoen mi.os. Ibe General established his lioau quarter at the houso ot a Mrs. Williams, in the town ot Greenville. His own brigade was tent on the road loading- to Bodpersvillo, to a point three miles trom Greenwich, lor the purpose ot getting lorae, and a detachment of Tennessee cavalry, nix lnuiOrod strong, was ordered under Colune Brad lo...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 4 April 1866

8 M K X I C O. Ueaeral khb Proclaim Hlmaclf Tr9 Ideal r the Repnblle or Memleo Ar rest ot tho Aaaaaalna or tbe BelKlan Bntvoy-Tho Liberal Victory: Vrna poa iMperlal .Bcthfm near Farrae Two Ilnndrea I'rlnouern Shot on tbe ttpU Etet Havana, March 28. Respecting the outrage wpon the Belgian Envoy at Rio Frio the Estafeite rajs that the French police, ably directed by Mr. Maury, are on the track o f the Instigators of tha ambush, and the public impression that it vu a blow struck irom political motive; will probably be confirmed. It Is, howeTer. feared that the two wounded bandits may have been killed by the conspirators before they gave any information. General Lozado has already received regular orders to commence his campaign against the rebels ot Binaloa. , . Letters from Mazatlun of the loth of Feb ruary state that the town continued to be be sieged by tbe forces of Corona. Oaazon, accompanied by a number of officers, was in Culiacau, and, In virtue of the consti tution of lh&7...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 April 1866

J H YOL V.-No. 82. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 18GG. DOIJKLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. THIRD EDITION THE FENIANS TP.:?iENDOUS SENSATION ! TWO EXPEDITIONS SAILED FEOM THE UNITED STATES. The Islands of Bermuda and Campo Bello to be Taken. KILLIAN AfiD DOWNING AI SEA. Printing Presses as Auxiliaries x:to.. Etc.. z:to.. xato xatc- N.w York, April 5. The Jlcrnld and World have sensational sto;e3 about Ihe Fonians. The former says that Killian and Downing sailed for Bermuda at the head of G300 men, In fl ,e fast steamers, with the object of capturing the Island. Expeditions are al-o reported to have sailed from other portions of the United Slates for the same point. Ki'ltau, with thvee steamers and 3000 men, is sn d to lia e railed on Moiidnv night, and Downing, with the balance, on Tues day night. The World says the expedition is bound lor the island of Campo Bello, at the entrance of rassamaquoddy Buy. Fiva or six hundred men lave gone in small squads tj Muchtas, Maine, there to embark fo...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 April 1866

THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading kUcurnals Upon the Most Import" ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILID IVRY DAT FOR KVMIHO TELEGHAFH. A Blunder In Mexico. from the Tribune. ' We are known not to take any larjrc amount Of stock cither In "the Monroe Doctrine" or la lhatof "Manifest Destiny." We favor all the inodcrn Improvements, but cannot realize that there has been any decided advance in 'our foreign policy since Ms general principles were Enunciated in Washington's Farewell Address. In short, we believe that, as a general rule, our Government should mind its own business and let that of other Governments alone. 8uch we understand to be the essence of the Washington doctrine, which we consider decidedly prefer, able to that properly known as the Monroe. As to the Empire of Maximilian, wo consider it very great and costly blunder on the part of Kapoleon III; but we do not think our Govern ment should intprmeddle with it. If France can afford to furnish the thirty to...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 April 1866

CITY INTELLIGENCE ,- i . . . For Additional City InteUiyeitce tee Eighth Pay e. J ! r . , ; - I. ... . . rrtKBtoTAflON d Pr6860B CoPPEE. ' The studrints ot the University, on hearing of the intended drpnrtnre of their Professor, de termined to present biro, with eome memento of their hifth appreciation.. The folIOwlnR note wm delivered to the rroleesor, expreBHive Of their cetecin in connection with the put: ' : rrofewor Coppei Iho itudenta or the Univcwity of Pennsylvania, with which von have been long and honorably connected, while they offer to yon tbeir hearty congratulations at yonr transfer to new Held of nselulneaa and honor, cannot bat exprett their alncore regret at the departure from the Uni versity ol one with whom tlioir Intercourse has been of onmingled ploasure and benefit. At a me.'tinjr of the stuilonts convenod for the pur pose of taking, action in regard to your roiifrnation ot the Chair whloh you have fl'led so aooeptahlr, it waa reaolred to present you with the a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 April 1866

Getting Metppli It published erery afernoon (Sunday txcepted) at No. 108 . Third street. Price, Three Cent J'er Copy (Double Slieet), or Eighteen Cents Per JVcJr, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to ihibtcrHiet out of die city at Nine DoVar$ Per Annum; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Month, invariably in advance for the period ordered, 2o insure the Insertion of Aacertisemenls in all ' of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not XaUt than 10 o'ctock each Morning. THURSDAY, APRIL 5. 1806. The Reply of Senator Scovel and the Gionnds or Our Accusation. Thk following despat3h ha coitio to u from Hon. James M. Scovel, to which we cheer fully lve a place la oar columns: Tbkstoit, April 5. In answer to your ed'torlal I unhesitatingly mt tost I never recoivod a Ictier from Frosidont Joaicjoa, In which he offered me any ponition under the Government If I woj!d defeat the eleojon of a radical Senator from New Jersey. Do tnejustloe by publishing this. James M. ScovEt,. As Mr...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 April 1866

1 i THE DAILY EVENING TELEGKAFII. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, APJUL 5, 186lV Recorder ol Deed. WILLIAM M. OOOrK, Bfl). Yia Til-known and highly respectable citi zen Of Thiladclphia has been mentioned as a candidate for the ofllrc of Recorder of Deeds. His name would Indeed be a tower of strength, and make doubly snre the ancccM of (he Union ' ticket at the election In October next. For I moral worth, sterling Integrity, uniform kind ness of heart, -commendable energy, unswerv ing loyalty to the country, and unimpeachable , devotion to the sol Jlors oi tho Unlin, he stands in the first rank of patriotic men. lie was tho President of the Cooper-shop Volunteer Re freshment Committee during the Rcbi-lllon, and he labored hard, day and nljrht, with other patriotic! trentlenien who formed the committee, in feeding the gallant boys In blue, as they passed through the city to or from the scenes of war. The well known character of Mr. Cooprr at once established general confidence in the organiza...

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. — 5 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGEArl!. PfilLAtELPIIlA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 180C. CIVIL RIGHTS BILL. WHY ITSHOULD DE PASSED OVER THE VETO. j Speech or (be Hon. Lyman Trum bull, Senator from Illinois, j I The veto message being taken up, Mr. Trumbull Mill: Mr. President, I fully share with the President ; of the United States In the regret expressed that be is onable lo sign the bill to protect all persons la the United States in their civil rights, and to i furnish the means of their vindication. I regret it on my own acconnt because of the disappoint ment, and because the just expectations raised when this bill was presented to the President, tx-fore lis introduction into the Senate, hare been disappointed; I regret it on the President's ao count, because It is calculated to alienate him from tboe who elevated him to power, and who have gladly rallied around bis administration to sustain him In the principles upon which he was elected; bat above all, sir, 1 regret It for liberty's sake, to se...

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. — 5 April 1866

r TIIB DAILY EVENING TELEGRAMI. PIIILADELPIIIA; THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 18G6. Another Rnmpni-lbe I. R. B. Appeal from one of the Brother to the Irish Refugee la America Mr. 0'MhoV Charged with HwladllDg Ilia Country men, Ete. Fellow-countrymen: I, as an Irishman, and knowing well the plum! Ion of our brothers at home, do hereby warn you, in the name of our suffering ieojle, against throwing away your money on n set ot knavish Icllows at Union Square. Pe led no longer by the ncn who have dcflcrteJ the cause of Ireland and allowed all our noble patriots to be arrested and crammed into British prisons. My fellow-countrymen, in the name ol common sense, did not these men get a sufficient amount of money to enable them to give us their long-proinlHed assistance ? And yet they never gave In all one hundred ntlcs; In fact, there was scarcely a nflo in Ireland, except a few purchased by the people them selves, out of the shillings and sixpences sub scribed by the poor, wretched elxjience-per day...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 April 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 5, 1866. A BUNCH OF STRAWS. The Wind Clow ins One Way. Vkveland, Ohio, At tbe elw lion In Cleveland, Ohio, on Monday last, the entire radical Uepub , Lena city ticket was elected by a general majo xity 1 600 vote. Election on Long Inland, N. F. At Iluntlnj? ion, Martin Wllleta. Republican Union, la elected by 65 majority. This Is the flrit Union victory In that town. At Illp, Glllctt, Republican Union, liaa over 100 majority. This la an increase over last year. At ltrookhaven 1289 votes were polled, and tbe Democratic majority is reduced vo 24, over 100 lens than last vear. Election at Hancock, Md. On Monday last an election took place at Hancock, Washington county, Ud., which resulted in the sweuss of the entire Conservative ticket. Mr. Joseph Murray is the Chief BunrcM elect. There was a Jtudtcal ticket nominated, but early on the day ol the election they all withdrew. Election at Annatioii. At an election at An napolis,...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 April 1866

XI f4 "TTT A TTTN H TT n LAX O PHILADELPHIA,, FBIDAY, .AIPRIH, G, 1866. VOL V.-No. 83. DOUBLE SliEET THREE CENTS. TP ILTT T i EUROPE. ADDITIONAL KEWS BY THE BUILS. Suit in England Against President Johnson Sale of the "Shenan doah " The Spanish-Chilian ' War Atlantic Telegraph. mtCn Etfl Etc., Etc., Etc., I'.tC., Etc Tbe American Rebellion. cross suit against tub president op THE CNITED STATES CONKISCATRO COTTON. In London Vice-Chancellor Wool had before him. on the 23d, the case oi f'rloleau versus The President of the United States. Tola 13 a cross bill which has been tiled by the plaintiffs for discovery with reference to the suit which the President of the United States has instl tuted against them lor the recovery of an immense consigument of cotton which had been made to them by the Con federate Government for the purpose of sale, and which had been contributed to that Govern mcnt by the inhabitants of the Southern States to aid them in carrying on war against the United State...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 April 1866

HETUILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, APRIL C, 186G. TLE HEW YORK PBESS. Eeitorlal Opinions of the Lead Ins: : IJcurnals Upon the Most Imoort ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED BTEPT PAT FOB EVENING TELEGRAPH. mbllc Printing. from the lYibune. , The House of Representatives, .on Monday, on motion of Mr. Orlnnpll of Iowr, R tlvtd. That the Committee on rrintins -be re quested to rctot to tills Houso what reform", if rij,ro iif(!e(l in the purchase or papor, the order.' ivg fl looks, documents, bilis, and other matters printed at tlib t)itlie ex per so, In the management of the I'rlntiiio Ollioe, tor tho collection and eole of the waste paper, either at subl otlioe or in any other place unilt-r the control of the (jovorwrount, or in my thins; connected with the consumption of paper and tie rtarchRse of the same) and, to ibis nd. tnr. re hereby, empowered to send lor persons, books, and papers, ana to make suon examination as shall. In iitou- Juupment, be ncoessary 10 attain t...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELiG GRAPH.' PHIL ADELPm A, FRIDAY, .APRIL 7c, 1566-1 3, FOM VIRGINIA Virginia Towns Nlae th W r n . Gmtci Of our Hoiort Dead mt Brnty Htalln Pennaylvitnla 8olller The Kma of &vrl. Special Correspondence of Th4 Evening Telegraph. CuLrnpBR, April 5, I860. ' This once flouriHblng town is now as dilapi dated a place as auy In Virginia, and it will bo years before it again becomes the business centre it was before the war. Standing before the "Virginia Hoik-p," In Cameron street the main avcrjne of the town the other evening, 1 could not help being struck with the sleepiness of the place, and the apparently listless char ter of Its denizens. On the porch of "ye anclont hoBtelrj" in question, sat three or four men, with their heels up on the railing of the porch, smok ing. On door steps sat and lolled dozens of others, mostly young men, too, whilo nowhere was any one to bo seen at work, or busily en gaged in any" occupation. Storekeepers stood at their More doors w...

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. — 6 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 18G6. ; t Js published every afternoon (Sundays tioepted) at No. 108 & Third ttreet. Price, Three Gent Per Copy Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Woelc, payable to Oie .Carrier, and mailed to ffubscribers out of the city at Nine Dollars Per Annum One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two ' ' Month, invariably in advance for the period ordered. , Jo insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'ctocfc each Morning. . FRIDAY, APRIL 6. 1866. The Chesnut Street Bridge. . W were told the other day, Berlously, too, that the Cbeanut Street Bridge will be finished and opened for travel on or about the 1st ot June next. There are a great many people who would be glad to believe this ; but hav ing had their hope so frequently disappointed, they are unwilling to again put faith In any predictions or promises respecting tho com pletion of the work that has moved s...

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