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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 May 1866

VMM 1 E H CD O VOL. V.-No. 100. IPIIILA-DELFIIIA., TPIUKSIDA.Y, MAY 3, 18G6. DOUBLE SIIEET- -TI1REE CENT??. NORTH AND SOUTH. Radical and Conscrvativo Views of Recon struction. D. F. PERRY ON PER OF THE THE TEM' SOUTH. Horace Crcelcy on the Demands and Eights of the People. A SPICY CORRESPONDENCE. The Future of tho Colored Raco CIVIL RIGHIS AND UNIVRSALS3FFRAGE Eo.. Jito.. Etc., JfcJto.. JEtO. Litter from Hon Horace Greeley lion. It. r. ferry. to Mr: i our letter ot too 15th ult. Is herewith nnh lisbed, an requested, llouiuir to promote vour nl.i,,t in wilting it, 1 assure the readers ol tho Tribune that expresses quite accurately tlio views and senti ments ol the more Intoihgont and considerate elans oi mose wno were eugneea in tne late Kobellion. 1 uu not iniLK inose reaaers so ignorant or niisin formed as you presume thorn; lui when von aud I an roe that yenr letter Is a lar expression m th views ol the Letter class ol recent tsaccssioniss, it socuih mat vuere suouiu Da no room lo...

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. — 3 May 1866

THE NEW YORK PRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF LEADING JOURNALS UI'ON CURRENT TOPIC?. COMPILED ITIBT DAT FOR EVENING TELKORAPH. ' Can We Bear Mo e Debt? From the Tribune. The Secretary of the Treasury has addressed a note fo the lion. David A. Wells, Chairman of the United 8lae8 Revenue Commission, express ing tho Opinion that the bill lor the equalization of bounties will require an expenditure of from $200,000,000 to $2.10,000,000, on which the annual interest will amount from $15,000,000 to $18,000,000. He requests Mr. Wells' opinion of the effect this Increase of the public debt is likely to have on the finances and development of the country. Tho reply to this question deserves attentive cou mdcration. Mr. Wells, whose intimate know ledge of tbe subject will not be questioned, remarks (bat in the critical period of its finan cial experience through which the country Is now pasHine, the essential condition of future prosperity lo to borrow no more money, and to meet all expenditures ...

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. — 3 May 1866

CITY INTELLIGENCE 'r Additional Local jums tee Eig u.'i Jaoe.) TnE ritESTON Retkkat. The Manager of the Preston Rtr"at tuke tula method 01 an nouncing that the Rctrent is now open for the reception of patients. Dr. Jonaa Preston ap propriated by will the latger portton of a valu able estate to the founding of an hospital, In which indigent married women of rood moral character, residents ot the city and county of Philadelphia, and county ol Delaware, in Penn sylvania, couli bf provided with suitable attend ance and com tort during tlio period of their confinement. As the Income ot the estate is now sutlicient to provide lor as many patients as ran he accommodated in the largo building of the Retreat, the Managers have made all arrange ments for opening the house; and patients are how occupying some ol the wrds. Application lor admis-i.m should be made to Dr. VTilliam Goodell, Physician In charge, at the Retreat, Hamilton stioet, between Twentieth and Twenty first streets, who can fu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 May 1866

f rvblifhrd nrry ofirrncon iSvndnyi except? t. of No. J Oft S. Ihird street. Fr'ce. litre &" fer ikty (Letibk- faint), or Eighteen ads Ter Wv, payable to the Carrier, and moUet to lorler out of die city at Jfmr Dolors i' Aium t One Dollar and Fitly C'rnts tor 'lim. Month, invar taUy in oioo-vv for th jmcw ordered. THURSDAY. MAY 3. i860. fecietaiy McCoHnch - Proposed New Five Ter C-enU i-iOan. The steady appreciation in Tallin ot the va rious clas es of Government securities, as well as the eeneral strength of the financial (situation, thanks to the able and bkilful iid miniHlration Of Secretary McCulloch, slvcs ground lor the belief that a long five per cent, loan ma be successfully placed before the country for the purpose of funding the early maturing obligations of the Govern ment. Those obligations, falling due within the next three j ears, amount in the aggregate to the large sum of over one thousand and twenty-one millions of dollars. The object ot funding this debt in a l...

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. — 3 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TI LEGKAril. PHILADELPniA, THURSDAY, MAY 3, IbM. MEXICO. Particulars of the Assassination of General Mendez-Horrible Out rages by the I rr perial Troops -Defeat of Liberals Near Chihuahua-A Bank rupt Emplre-The Domestic Debt to be Con solidated. Citt of Mexico, April 11. Although every thing 1h quid around tbe capital and I In- laro.nr cilitB between nerc and the const, still this is by do means the condition ol the empire. Maxl mil art's anfhorit.v Is acknowledfrcd In but u small part ot Mexico, and bis only bold upon the Government Is the bayonets ol loreij'.n soldiery. Whatever pood the Kmpcror dcirns to effect in this country is neutralized by Im want ol power. Iiibutiiviiii.il portion otitis dominions are bis lawn und decrees respected, and it will re(tiitQ at h-n&t nrjottier armv ol' forty thou!tnd men to subjiiLiite and hold Mexico, and make him in fact ruler over the Mexican people. The Liberals bold all the Irontter States, from the 1'acilic to the Atl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, LITERATURE. Turn ffooD-ro-NoTHiNO. A Translation from the (ernian ot Baron Kcbendorff. By Charlei tJodti-py LeUnd. New York: Leynoldt & Holt. Philadelphia Agents: Ashmead A Evans. We have seldom read a work which contains Httle, yet which has pleased ns so much.! As general rule, when we lay down a book wltn a Sigh of regret, we can recall some ol the jlncL slants it narrated, and enjoy over again the pleasure which we felt wh.n first we peruned it. Bat now, as we try to think of what gave us satisfaction in "The Oood-for-Nolhing," as we try to find out the cause of our amusement, we save a general sensation of gratification, but there Is not one particular portion to which we tan refer it. The whole book is so extremely light and at the same time, extremely pleasing, that we have no tangible substance to seize upon and examine. It is an airy tale ol a Uood-for-JJething, told in an airy style, as "Swift Camilla, mow across the...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 May 1866

A RACY CRITIQUE. Wfe Iarn-Mfnken-nnftii.?rw UDnB.IlrowB m Maaeppa, or tfaa Wild Ilorao of Tartar." From the Tribune. To announca that Ml?s Adah Isaac MonKon would appear at tho Broadway Theatre in the character of "Mazeppa," was to anuounce that a woniaD would exhibit herself, in public, in a condition closely bordering upon nudity: and ucn an announcement, ot course, waa calcu lated to draw together an immense concourse of spectators. Such a concourse jrrccted Miss Menken's first fappearance last evening. The Broadway Thoatro it as densely crowded. The audience, composed chlcflv of malos, waa tho coarsest and most brutal assembly that we have ever chanced to see at a theatre on Broadway. Every variety of dissolute life was represented In it. The purplo nos, the 6corbutio counte nance, the glassy eye. the bull-head, the heavy lower (aw, the aspect of mingled lewdness and lerocity all was there. Youths whoso attire exhibited an eruptive tendency towards cheap iewelry, lolled upon the...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 May 1866

8 ST. D03IING0. KvoIntlonary Movements) Clrowln 't f lb lat Otttbresfc The Tow Nan CrUtobal, Hani, And 8en d Ocoa ttarprlncid l7 tbe lM"'.milM Ut-n Hilary Menar and 'mm of the Oovernment, Etc. IUvaha, April 28. By tho aamor JWaist, which arrived yesterday, we tvv news from 8t. Domingo to the 14th Instant, A synopsis ot which is sublomed : The Monitor of tho 24th f March states that a revolutionary movement, which occurred lately on the south frontier, a crm-rally disapproved of by the people, as vas shown by the spout me oosiiPBS with which, they bad come lorward to suppress it at th tirst cull ot tbe Government. As won as the atter heard of the events on the line, Just when the necessary measures were taken to luce the diIiculties, Pome outlaws had the hardihood to surprise the towns of San Crls tubal, Hum, ar.d Sun Jose da Ocoa, while the inhabitants were occupied at their ordinary labors. All at once the cry of revolt was heard aroonf them, to winch no resistance could bo made lo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 4 May 1866

v T f f ' 1 .xtrfr riT - J ' ' f t i I I ! ' JING ftPi H ;VOK Y.-No. 107. I?IIILA.r)EL,T?IIIA., FRIDAY, MAY 4, 18G0. TOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. KIIN jljNTr THE fcjJMBARDMENT OF VALPARAISO. Another Actnnol by mn KjWltniifiI tcrcatloir letMl of I lie Affair Incl !. of tb llombnritntoat Forelg-ii Ijm very Hnvy rhni or tne Cblllana laaigBlflCUl, fcic. At seven o'clock A. M. on the tutor March tbe Rngllsh frigates Muttey and Jjcamter left their anchoiage and d isappeared in a southerly dircc tiou. but soon alter reappeared ac the entrance oi the bay and took position among the nume rous prize ships and transports of the enemy, opposite Vina del Mar, waeie tLie supply ship Kerens and the JJetastatiun were anchored. The French supply ship iirte vns anchored at the same plaec. Tbe ships ot the American squad ron were tart last which left' their anchorage In the bay. The obvious slowness of their move ments showed but too clearl th unwillingness and the disgitt-t ot the American naval officer...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 4 May 1866

TEE MEW YOEK TIIES3. hi 170RIAL OPINIONS OF LEADING JOURNALS UPON C URRKN T 1 OPIOS, , , COlrUID HVlliY PAT FOR KVEVIBO IKLFOnAfH. The Proposed New Loon. From the Tribune. The newfwlty of apian for the absorption Of the rapidly maturlns war loans of the Govern ment baa been answerort by Mr. Senator Slier" man In a bill reported to Congress on Wedneiday from the Finance Committee of the Senate. Now that peace ia .fully established, and we have more money coming in man we can conve menu? speno, it is our auty to remote, as apecdlly and as surely as possible, tho burdens impopeo upon us oy me necessities ot war. The treat Seven-thirty loan runs but three years, and the first series win soon be ready for redemp tion. 'The first series of the Flve-twontt lnnn A1 A Mill will hi urchin ll.,. n.,i.l.r .w- Government May 1, 1867, and the Treasury will 1.... tit. itni4 ....t . . 1 . - I i n"j nic irjvi luiiiij vi reuucin li ana issuing five per cent. loan. : About $400,000,h0 Of oar debt -is ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 4 May 1866

CITY INTELLIGENCE ftr Additional Local luma $e Eighth Page Proceedings in CouwciLH. Th stated meeting ot Councils was held yesterday altcr-l noon. i telect Council. A rornnmrjlcation vm received from the Chrenut and Walnut Streets Paiwenfrer Hallway Company, requesting to be Informed at what time the chesnut Street Bridge will be completed, as the Company desire to provide the proper equipment ior the extension of the road. Referred. A communication was received from Lawman A Co., ottering to sell to the city the portraits cf I'reeidf nts Harrison, Monroe, and Jackson, lately in the Pcale Collection. Eel erred to the Committee on Cltv Property. Mr. Ilodudon, from the Committee to verify the cash accounts of the City Treasurer, re ported the tollowtog as the statement ot the accounts up to May It Cah balance on hand, 1.0!6,636'66; trust funds, f 39,l(;7-30. Mr. Wagner, from the Committee on Law, reported In favor of the ordinance authorizing the deposit of United States, State of Pen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 4 May 1866

It jvbiirhed nny afernoon (Sundays steeple & at Ho, 10 iS. Third ttreet. Trice, Tfiree Cent 'it Copy Dwbit Sheet), of Eighteen tents Per royitWe to the Carrier, and mailed to soriirr out oftheottyat Nine DoVar$ Per .4t.Mim ; One Dollar and Fitly Cents Jor Two Months, invariably in advance for the period wtered. , , , ' ' Jv insure the Insertion of Advertisements tn all of our Editions, they must be forwarded to ow4 o(Hce not later than 10 o'clock eich Morning. FRIDAY, MAY 4. 18G8. According to the statement of tbe public dtlit on the Is, of May, we may estimate It at $2,800,000,000. This aegiegate is composed of bonds bearing different rates of interest falling due at different times, and having dif ferent provisions made for their extinguish ment or extension. Commencing to accumu late a national indebtedness at the outset of the war, and not comprehending the magni tude of the strife which was to ensue, we naturally asked for loans as our necessities required, and when at last...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 4 May 1866

THE MEXICAN DEBT. Official Statement of the Mexican Minister. Mr. Romero, the Mexican MlDlster, In a dea. patch to Mr. Seward concerning the Mexican debt, euclof.es the followlnjr letters, dated in December last. According to this statement, of the loan of 360,000,000 francs that bad just been negotiated, Mexico received but 62,600,000. The French army eat up 02,000,000, and the remain der was either applied to the interest on the French and Ensrlish debt or was swallowed up under the charge of brokerage. MR. ROMERO TO MR. REWARD. (Extract from a letter written by a commer cial house In the City of Mexico.) Mexico City, Dooemborl7. 155 The three loam pat nion the market since the establishment of the empire have burdened the nation with a new dobt of nearly 880,000,01)0. or thin sum onlr small part, amountmv to about $8,000,000, has been really used lor the public sorvioe J ho rest has disappeared In the amount withhold for interest In advance on the loans, the difference between tn...

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. — 4 May 1866

I THE DAILY. EVENING TELEGIUrn.--PHILADELPHIA, FKIDAY, MAY 4, SrECIAL PARIS AND CONTINENTAL CORRIrOH DENCE. To iki Editor of The Evening Telegraph : Pasib, April 20. . r- atteM an Tui tXn ot tfh ijeiR. ;. ' CM 8liDdfeT1ftst. 41 P. IS. the Crar Alexandre II, after bavin taken hie ordinary alrlne; in the ' Jardin d'Ete, at St. rotorsbure-, wee about to enter kit earriafre, on hfl.rt0r t ne Palaoe, when an in dividual approached and fired a pistol ihot at hi Majesty, who fortunately escaped unhurt. The assassin was arrested pn (09 .'jot, A, yet nothing la known retrardin the eulpwt, ither a to what eantry he bolonis, or what motive be had to at tempt so odious a crime. However the ease ma; be, there can te but one teol.'ne: on th tubjoot, that or nnivenal indignation. The history of Russia has already been too deenly stained with blood, and but too many of its, lovorclens. hare fallen viotlnn by the hands of assassins. , In eytfy coontrr of Europe, it it sad to relate, the position of ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 4 May 1866

THE DAILY- -EVENING, TELEgRAPIIirrPnitADEliPinA; FRIDAY, UXYl 4, lBGGl u 4 V: . TcaIoU and Cieam Ja-f. Strdngo to nay, the tea-pot ia modem In vention. The ancient never saw the tea plant, nor taatrd lhat delicious beverage which "cheers but not Inebriates." Anions; tbe remains ot ancient Eypt jrou will find plenty ot earthen iars once tilled from the frcred Nile; the mighty empire ot Aziak has still Its cinerary urns to show; the earthen-ware of Celtic peoples is con stantly coming to light; and Etruria, the Ions vanlskod homo and kingdom of the arts, pre serrca to thti day her vases of every shape and unrivalled beauty; but none of these extinct nations poMessed that precious tea pot which every hovel In England can boast. The case is not the same with the cream jug. Tbe museum of Gregory XVI contains numerous vessels which tbe Etriiflcans probably used for milk. Virgil tells us of the palls in which the Latin Ecanants carried their goat's milk to market at ay break; and every lea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 4 May 1866

8- MATTERS OVEE THE RIVER. Wbst jKKSRT'MRTnoDisMrf The annual report of the progress of the Motbodist Churches in the West New Jersey Coniercneo present that body ia a gratifying and prosperous condition. During the put year seven young men weie ad mined on trial by the late Conference--Peter Fro on, Andrew Bcott, George B Wright, Joseph A. Conn, Henry Bradford, Jacob Pnoe, and &. C. Uao oct. 1 here are 160 minister! connected with the Conference, the bounoerice of whloh extend to Lambei tsville and Itew Brunswiek on the north, and takinr in all the State eoitu of these points. Ibere are 12 648 membero, an in create of one hundred ana Hfly-five over last year; 123 probationers, an increase of 1499 over last year, making a total membership of 37,770, and a total in reaie of 1664. There were during the Conference yesr 319 deaths j 207J churches are reported, ve ned at C 811.7CO, and an iuoreao of 107,860 in the yeari 66 paisoi.agos Tallied at f 183 210, an inorease ol 8 pa.st nage...

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

rrn SOMA VOL. V.-No. 1C8. II IXj A.D ID JL. I3 I II A. , SATURDAY, MAY 5, .1866. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. J)TLT JLL jLL-LLo Ma L i l A 1 1 i4 i TN THE Y0UNO AND RTSINO GENERA - tlcn, tbe vegetative powers ot lire art strong: bit. la tfew yeats, how otlen tbe pallid hue, the lack-lustr ya, and emaciated form, and the Impos-lullltr of appil Mttoa to mental effort, ahow It baiotul Inflnenoet It Soon beeomet evident to tbe observer that aome depress ing iafluence lscheckln tba development or the body. Co gumption la talked of, and, perhapi, tbe youth is re moval from cchoul and sent Into the eonotry. This la one of tba worat movemeats. Removed from ordinary diversion of the ever-changing actnes of the rlty, the powers of the body to much enfeeb ed to give test to heallhful and rural exerc'se. thoujhts are turned In ward upon (hem wives; the parent's heart bleeds la anilely, and fancies tne grave but waiting tor Its vet m. Alast Inoresse of appetite bai grown by wbat It fed on the energi...

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

LITERATURE. A Hi&TOHT OF THB TlOTS AND CRIMES Of TBS Grkat CoxariRACT to Overthrow Libkrtt im Ambrica. Bjr John Smith Dye. Published by tho Author: New York. The work of Mr. Dj, wbatevor may be Us do frcta, Certainly presents to us phases of Ameri can history in a new ani startling lieht. "It is the object of the author to srive, in a small com pass, a complete history of the political crimes originating with or from slavery, and perpe trated by its friend, during the last century." And the Sold which the author designs to cover he has faithfully succeeded in going over. There appears to be no incldant which bears tho slightest resemblance to an asservcration; which he has not silted; and If the leaders of the pro-slavery faction have half the sins upon their souls which he imputes to their account, they will have aload to sink them through alleter nity. According to the writer's showing, an at tempt was made to assassinate GcneralJackson, which was instigated by the South. Whil...

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

CITY INTELLIGENCE fcr Aiditioncd Local Jtftn$ tet Eighth faye. Fkknbtlvania Bible Society. At the annual meeting, held yesterday at the Bible Hoose, corner t Walnut and Seventh street, the following efliceis and manager were elected) President Kev. Albert Barnes, 'P. Vioe-Presidonts HeV. John Chamber. (Fhlladel . j ypWa j Rev. H. A yardman, I. D., Philadelphia! ev. C. P. Krauth, D. D Gettysburg j Rev. u, a. Hchneck. V. i . Cbanibersburgi Kev. John T. Frcsely, D. 0-, llttsburgt Key Howard Malcolm, D. 1 , Philadelphia; Ber. Bishop Matthew Simpson, D. D. Philadelphia; Right Key. Win. Bacon bte Tens, 1. D , Philadelphia. Managers Joseph 11. Dnlle, J. Fiher Learning, yl llnam Shippen, M. D., Herman Cope, Arthur to. Ccflln, Key. J. It. Dales, D. !., rJenry J. William, Thomas nattion, Rev. Joseph Cast e, D.D , ff, Lit tleton savage, Key. J. H. A. Bomoorger, D D Col son flol-keli, Key. Richard Newton, D. D., Key. Chailo P. Kranth, D D., Thomas P. Tanker, sr., Key. Jonathan Edwards. U. U IIo...

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

THE DAILY; EVENING TEIiEGUAPII. PIHLADEIjI'IIIA, SATURDAY, MAY 5; 18CG. 1 It published etery afternoon .Sunday excepted at No. 108 S. Ihird tired. Price, Three Cent Per Cvjy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen CentiFer Week, payable to (ht Carrier, and mailed to Hubscribers out of Vie city at Nine Dollart Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cent for Two Month, invariably in advance for the period ordered, SATURDAY, MAY 5, 1866. The Proposed Consolidated Debt Loan IU Eflcctt upon the Country. Skcbetaby McCci-Locn'a plan for a grand consolidated debt loan, at five per cent. Inte rest, and to tun tor thhty years, meets with almost universal approval. Indeed, the ques tion is one upon which there can hardly bo two opinions. The measure is in no sense a political one, and so can excite no partisan prejudices, while it appeals to those obvious financial considerations which have weight with every intelligent clt'.zen. Republicans and Democrats, radicals and conservatives, can all see that It is bett...

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