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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 May 1866

rrnTTTrTr ttti tytttti pi 1N(B 1L iniiJ2d JJzLj V ItLdlXl VOL. V. No. 116 PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MAY 15, 13G0. DGULLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. SOUTH AMERICA. tokt of the pHfHKUHjna Wiir The Allied Fleet Moving up the Psrun Hvl SklrmlHnlnir Xtr Paaao de 1 Iatria the 1'nrnKiinjtkun to be At tached la Frost null l inou by the Lind Foret-a f"atof lh SpMulati Itrlv"Doroa tkcm" Captured bjr the Prrnvlan Moot- ! tr "II neitettr" Large Arrival of Allied Iroupn, Artillery nud Niilleft at Gir rct m, Kic. fiio Janeiro, Aorll 7. It seem from tbe latest repons that the Brazilian llect has read v arrived at ") res Ilocos, where it anchored, and formed in a line from the lower bank of the 1'aiaguay river to the upper t auk or tbo Parana, the t- aus,ort Apa, with Adniual Xainandare's flag, being iu the vanguard, very oloee to l'asso de :a l'atna. SUM DESTH0CT1ON OP FORT 1TAPIH0 RESOLVED ON. A rocounoisance hav.ng bocn made of ihe position of the l aravuayans, the destruction ot the Fortress ol Itupiru wa...

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. — 15 May 1866

THE NEW YORK PRESS. EIllORIAL OPINIONS OF LEADING JOURNALS VI' ON CURRENT TOPICS. COMPILID 1VHIT DAT FOR VENIKO TKLKORAPH. An Attack on the Frecdmen'g Dorcan. Jfrrm the Tribune. Maor-Gcneral J. B. Stecdman and Bripadier Gcncral J. 8. Fnllerton were lately sent South by tbe rresident to Inspect and report on the Frecdmcn'f Bureau. We do not remember to have beard of the former of these officers in connection with the freedmen, but General Ful- or ton is well known as the person who suc ceeded Mr. Conway In the Commistjionersbip of Louisiana. During bis brief administration in that State he won the regard of the New Orleans Rebels to such an extent that he was offered a dinner on his departure. In his hands the Bureau was managed on the conciliatory theory; very much to the satistaction of the planters, but perhaps not greatly to thehenoQt of the freedmen. The Generals have completed their tour of Vijpiiiia and .North Carolina. The public may as well understand at the outset that, acc...

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. — 15 May 1866

CITY INTFI.LKIENUE t For Additional Local lumt J-ijlh J , or Jonir B. Gorou at the Acad Mr or Mubic Lecture on "lUcn iar J'e lc' On ol the fullest lions' ol them"8on groct'd Mr. Jrhn IS. Goiifib., at the Academy ol Muslo, Ittsti'vcninir, on the occasion ot the dcltvi-ry of hi Inrturp, under Ibe aiieplecs of the Vonnn Mori's Christian Association, upon "Peculiar reople.' Mr. Gongh was Introduced by Mr. George? W. Eddy, Hnd was welcomed and prcetprl throughout but address by htnrrj applause, li Is almost need less to tay that the Kcturc was replete with humor and pathos, intcrniincled witU tmo artistic sum, and sanycu the vast audience Trim tLe boisterous ppprecintion of the mtwt gro tesque delineation ot l.uninn nature, through the kindly, dcl'cate touch ol rental humor to the saddening plctunngs ol nulicrluR and degrada tion. Mr. Uouh said: In wbateeri direction we turn we meet ani mal life. Earth, air. and water are renlet wnh living organisms, and teeni with evidences of vunmy. nu...

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. — 15 May 1866

It published every afternoon (Sundays excepted at Wo. 108 S. Ihird street. Price, Three Cent Per Copy (Double Slicet), or Eighteen Cents Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of the city at Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered, Jo insure the Insertion of Adeertisemrnts in al of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning, TUESDAY, MAY 15, 18C0. Reconstructed Loyaltf la Virginia. IIknbt A. Wise has been making a speech on the occasion of the annlvcisary of the death of Stonewall Jackson. ItJIs of value as Indicating the real spirit which still actuates the most of the old Rebel leaders. We have Italicised certain parts of It, to direct the reader's more special attention to the ideas avowed and suggested. "Toil call the causo lost," he says meaning thereby the cause of secession, treason, and Rebellion "it is not lost," That Is the key no...

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. — 15 May 1866

CITY I N TELL I GE NCiS For Additional City JnleUtjence tee Ihird rage. A New and Splendid EfiTABLisnMExr. 1 i.e new Iron front store bemir erected in Ch-s nut street, just bolow Innth. adjoining; tho private rosi denoo of General cadwalidor, promises to bean rtdl'tnn to the elornnt business establishments of that vicinity. It was, in former day, tho private residence of John Keller, Esq., who died some ream tto It was purchased recently from the executors oi his estate bv Jiesars. Million I arnahan, tho woli-i nown merchant tailors, at present located at Klcventh and Chesnut streets. 1 he whole building was demolished and rebuilt. It, a lour stones in henrl t, the front bom? composed of iron. Iho entire front is built in the to in ot arches, and comb nos ligbtnoss ol aopearance with f reat strength. The nimu floor h to be u-ed by too firm as a merchant tailoring establishment, and will be lho finest apartment lor that purposo in th oitv. Jt will hava lront ol S3 loot, running back ...

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. — 15 May 1866

M'OKEN AT SUA. TROJf TDK tOO BOOK OFTHB BTEAMPniP "TIROINli.'' '(From the Votary.) Twelve hundred miles mid more From the stormy Kncllsh shore, A.I right, the i-evemfi nieht, On her course oiir vetiscl boro Her luutrrn shone ahead, And the nr-en Innip and the red To Mnrboard, hikI to larboard, Shot their tight. Close on the midnight call What a mist begun to tall, And to uide the ocean wide, And to wrap n. in a pall I Ik'iieath its tolas we past; Hidden were shroud aud mast, And laces, in near places bide by side. fludden there also Tell A Bumu.oiis like a knell: Every ear the words could hear Whence spoken, who could tell ? "What ship Is this ? where bound ?" Oli I what a dismal so Hid I A stranper, a id in danger, Sailing near. "The Virginia, on her route P'lom tho Mersey, seven days out; Fore and att, our trusty emit Carries a thousand souls, about." "All these souls may travel still. Westward bouud, il so they will: Bodies rather, I would gather 1" Loud he laughed. "Who is't tha...

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 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MAY 15, 18GG. . T 1 1 K FASHION 8. Bonnt. ClsU, lrn, I.fteets, Orn lattnia. Mo.- I'tie Niylra for Mny. There has never tx en In Mar a greater varloty in the fashions than now. Many of the stylos which were prominent during (he past tear are not yet dis carded, though they are giatual'y yielding to the Dower anu more tunoilul aengns of the fashion makers, who ace ever on the alert tor something charming, nay, or eccentric The present stylos are nearly all attractive. Tne provailnur colon are blue, green, lavendor, grey, and cen-e in difloront shades. "White Is also qure a fnvorne.and is much used lor trimming bonnets. When contrasting colors are worn they are usually so bleuood as to harmonize perfect!?, and bava a very pleasing effoct w thout being showy a refined taste always discerning ele pauce in richness and unobtiusive simplicity, rather than id display. A novel proposal, and one somewhat startling to the Paruuan ladies, has ...

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. — 15 May 1866

THE DAILY VENING TELEGlAril. PniLADELrillA, TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1 661. 8 MATTERS OVER THE RIVER. Burglars AimtBTKD. Two colored men, Klvmr thoir names as iiacki it and Jordan, were ar nsed yesterday bj tlie po 100 ot Philadelphia and hrenaut to (. amrien on the charged haviujr boen itei.slvely enges-ed in itca'm Harness d numerous oihor articlos froui toop e res id miin Tailoui i.aru of bouih Jersey. Hackott had Deen preT.ou.fy arreetrd, and six bills ol found against him lor larceny by the lOrand I Jury. Tnpy were taken before Justice lassady, who com mitted them to answer at t- e present lerraof the Courts and their trial wii. tak place durinf this or next week. Ihefe robberies have boon very ex con eivo, reaching as lur an Milntn. Longacominq. The M. E. Church con rrenalion at lnpitcomiiir, Camden countv, aro deiermiried to provide ti.emsoives with a fine church dilice 8 me ten ciuzens have takou the matter in baud, and rais-ed among tho nsolvea about lour thousand do Inrs lor ihat ...

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 May 1866

r RUM A TTDTTF H H H A A JI JiJio VOL. V.-No. in. PHILADELPH I A., WJDiSrESDAY, MAY 1(5, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. VEOTI "IN THE . YOUNfl AND RISING GENERA, -tlon, the vegetative powers ot lift are strong: bat, In few yars. how otten the pallid hue, the lack-lustre eye, and emaciated term, and the Itoposslolllty of Appli cation to nentnl ofTort, etaow Its banetat Influence! It toon becomes evident to the otucrver that tome depress ing Influence la checklnx the development of the body. Consumption Is talked of, and, per he pi, the youth is re moved from nchool and gent Into the countty. This Is cne of tha worst movements. He moved from ordinary dlverslors of the evct-changing sceans of the Mty, the powers of the twdy too much enfeeu ed.to give rest to healthful and rural exercise, taoufthts are turned In wards upon themselves; the parent's lieart bloeds la anxiety, and fancies tuo grave but waiting lor Its victim. Alasl lncTonre of appetite lias grown by wbnt It fed a the energ...

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. — 16 May 1866

TIIE NEW YORK PRESS. MUGHAL OPINIONS OF LEADING JGVLbALS LI'O-N CURRENT JOl'lVS. COVriID ITfKT DAY FOB aYBMKO TBLYQIlAPIl, The Tilal of Davis. from the Tribune. Jefferson Dai Is a RtatP prisoner the only inon left in conflnetnent (unless ex-Senator Owin be another) because of bis share In the late Re bellion. Wo bave always understood that it was the earnest desire of 1hore who had a ritrht to f peak in bis behalf tbat be should be duly arraigned and tried at the earliest moment con sistent with judicial fairness and equity; and we have lavored such trial, not because they desired tt, but because il seemed essentially )ust - and right, yet all the more zealously because bts friends wished it. We have desired and hoped, moreover, that the Chief Justice of the United States should preside at bis trial; and wc have understood that, also, to be wished by the friends ot the arcusod. We do not know that this is to he; but wo infer that it is, Irom the tact that Mr. Chase's objection to pr...

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 May 1866

CITY INTELLIGENCE l f or Additional Local Sums rf F'f.h J ugt. ANNUAL KePORT OF 1 HE PmT,ADEI.PniA Board op Tbadb. From the TnLUv-thir I ati tuihI Itrport of tho rtniiulcluhia Hoard of Trade, lattly lHHiiefl, we extract tne folio wins; subjects, as Presenting points of Interest to the Reneriil puohc : " COAL PRODUCTION AND DISTRIBUTION. The year 1805 has been one of large produc tion and ol larjrn protita, showing a considerable Increase from January to January, ulthoueh In June lust a ponderable chcclc was received from the ditlicultica in Luzerne county, between masters and miners. Bv our lnt report wo Bowed an Bccreznic production of alliiuda: For I'enLPilvania:- 1 From Jnno S'vJRffl, to Juno 80, 18(14 12 CU6 4U From J un t , liCA, to Juno if), 1805, it has Ab7""-':; 13,411,704 And for tlio wiiolo country: . Ton. To June 30, 1SCT, 17,lfie 67 ToJuneoO, lx; 16,51! 1 f,71 In 1800 (the United Mates Comas 115,601,689 Tit. For tho United Statos tWB.woi For l'( nncvlvanln 64537 17 Avera...

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. — 16 May 1866

Is published every afternoon (Sundays excepted at No. 108 8. Third streii. Price, Ttiree Cent Per Ooj y (Drmlle Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of (he city at Nine Dollars Per Annum f One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. Jo insure the Insertion of Adeeiiisements in al of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later titan 10 o'clock each Morning. WEDNESDAY, MAY 16, 18GG. Southern Inducements to Labor and Capi tal lrom tbe North. One of the greatest needs of tbe South Is Northern capital and Immigration. Its losses by the war hare been so great that, without capital from abtoad to assist in repairing the waste, and developing the natural resources of the country, years must elapse before it can regain Its former prosperity. The Mont gomery Advertiser, in an article on the policy of Alabama in encouraging immigra tion to that State, says : "With rclcrence to the...

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 May 1866

FOUIt'M EDITION LATEST FROM WASHINGTON. Our (Special JLcsiutolioM. WASHINGTON, Ma.y lfl. 1 Nr. Nlonnakrii 4'oulirmntlon. It Is believed that among the business of the Senate In Executive session yesterday Was the reconsideration of its action on the confirma tion of Mr. A. B. Sloanaker as Collector of Inter nal Beveuue for the First District ol Pennsyl vania. Th AttotMty-arntrAl. Attorney-General Speed has returned from Kentucky, where he has been spending some time for the benefit of his health. Labor Wanted In IlieSontb. lleports from Mississippi, Alabuma, Ten nessee, and Arkansas slate a great want of plantation labor, and very little success in ob taining it. COTSGIiEHS. VYashinoton, May 10. Renate. The Veto Message was road and ordered to bo firm ted, and laid ou Ihe table Mr. Wilson (Man ) introduced a Mil to fix the miliary peace estaol aliment of tho United Htatoa. which was roierred to the Military Committee. I piovides that the army shall consist of the tire artil lery at)...

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 May 1866

:jip:WiAif :vjuri(mi' mymz wi.zui v i it. - Jmi . . . . ;iI!E: DAILY: LVEIflKG lELEGTOlLADELniU WEDNESDAY, MAY 1G, IfccG. G i LITER AT UK E. IIiddb. Dfttus. J. B. Llppiucott A Co. W hen we want to read a novel, wcrtike to have a novel Simon Pure. If we neck for a Tolicioiia disqulKlt'on, we will poto "Butler's Analogy" or 'Humes' Note?." But when we po to n work of fiction, and find it a mixture of theology and romance, neither ArIi, flesh, nor fowl, but a very trange union of the three, wo are naturally' disappointed. Such is the character ot "Ilil.leri Dcpfhc" The plot is unique. A yountr lady, with the plebeian name of Ernestine Courtenay, hit two brothers, ouo of whom she consider a pnrngon of virtue; to the other all yield to his c'.aiin 6t a Chih-him disposiilon. She is also engaged to a Ilusrh Linirard. In the early stages of the work the heroine seems desirous of hav ing a niibion. When, like "Japhet In Search of a Father," sho Is wandering throneh London to find a "higher s...

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. — 16 May 1866

It B U K L 1 Q K T 11 Y. JACKSON IS DEAD. Tlit following poom, appearing in the New York JJauy Nete, If we lay aside it treasonable tone and adulation of a Rebel, Is one of the ttoct pleasing set of ver-ea that 1ms fallen under our notice for a long time. It l.i almost perfect in rhythm, and breathes the fire of true poetry. To our readers who can endure Its senti rne ta because of its literary excellence, we wo Id commend Its perusal. Jackson is dead I an1 the tears of a nation Rise with the praters of the millions that pray, Jacki-on ia dead I and lh sad revelation Lilt" the sweet incense from altars to day. Liberty bent o'er her chsmipiou sleepme, And tbrieked aa the conqueror tied Irotu the earth ; Ills country beside his sttll coffin is weepinst Tear drops ot blood from the land of his birth. Jackson is dead ! weep, matron and maiden, For him who his life lor your safety did spend; Weep o'er the urn with his honored dust laden, The hero, the huiband. the lather, and friend. Wee...

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 May 1866

8 THE frUEDMEN'S BUREAU. I,llir friii U irl llowarlKtlAnn lion oi cr In itin "KnuntniC of I'lnnlattubk" .V fp. citlA'lua tit Hid Hatter Th Work or tileuotaUi rue Bureau Ealetvra tw lrevat Httrvti tlon UeuaaclMtioa Expected, Etc. The Rev. Gf.okob WnirrLE My Dear Sir: When 1 8aw the article jou called from the Herald, written by a correspondent Irom Wash iugton. ol' .Uiiv 7, 1 cut it. irom the p.tpisr and enclosed it to (lenurul Whttilosev. I have uot yet received a reply. You will notice my letter, published In the Uirald of the next divv. Now the Rev. Horace James Is the name who was Ca('tniii James, A. Q. M., a man who liar ever lmil ttliovc reproach in all niaUt-rs. As to t jce gentlemen owning plantations, I do not doubt it. There in no speculation in the nmtter. It Is true that many oilicers, all through tne South, and not conhued to the Freedruen's Bureau, have mvcfted what little money they could In thin way. I never have lonnd any ease ol tlie piodtituiion of olllciul positio...

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. — 17 May 1866

Tl H A. VOL. V.-No. 118. 3?PIILA.DEIL,TH:i A, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1866. DOUBLE SIIEET-TilUEE CENTS, FM LATEST EUROPEAN NEWS. THE GERMAN QUESTION. th critkjal condition of affairs cohtikukd tub war motkmknt pkookm8ino. Our advices by tho Java from Austr a, Prussia, and Italy report that ttio eondiilon ol allairs still con tinued critical, and that warlike toorcmmu were piorretsiug. Austria is laid to have ent a teVoiaphlo reply to the last l'rumn despatch, deolanng tbat eee could not lira rm to tue extent ci rnrl hv i'rn 1 lie official Berlin A-'Cuet Anseiinr of tho Sd of a ay says: "concurrent intoUiKence train various quw ttn hui lioon rcoeived, which admits no Ion rer ny doubt ot the lact that tte mnoilnation of the .Austrian forces, winch has bora effected by doerecs, will shortly be complete " A BirllB telegram of 8a of May nays : Oflloiol re ports Irom the Uonnral in otanmaud ! theOth I'rus eian Army Corps announce that moaas tor the trans iport ol a Iarire number of troops are d...

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 May 1866

( Till! NEW YORK PRESS. Jt.LllOlUAL OPINIONS OF LEADING JvlRNALS UJfON CURRENT TOPICS. CCllPIli'D 1TJKT PAY For. EVKMNQ TTXEOKAPH, I.nbor Laws In Louisiana. Frcm the Iritune. Ex iJovernor Ilahn, of Louisiana who never was ropkonod a very lempestncnu radical has written a letter to Senator Howe in elucidation of the laws pa.seil by tlio Louisiana Legislature relat ing to freed men. Toe Louisiana Legisla ture bud no doubt ol the merit of their work, tor they printed it all in a pamphlet but that was for home consumption, and calculated, like the almanacs, for the meridian ot New Orleans, Of the code as a whole Governor Ilahn justly re marks that "however much credit may be due for the skill with which the animus of these laws was soueht to be disguised, there is never theless really very little desire to do Justice to one-hall' of the population ol Louisiana." The first statute requires the lrcedmen within the first ten days of January of each year to make contracts for the whole year...

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 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MAY 17,. I860. CITY I NTKLLI OEJJUE For Additional Vilu lntriiii nre see F.fli I'age. I. O. of O. F. Grand Celebrnilwu ( tb Aetdemy of Mttalfl IjwI KfemlOK-oOrntton by ! Ornnil ,Mr Janira II Nloholaoa lm mtBiit Inrauul or the Order 1b Fall Kritnlln, Tac. j Stcret orders or frateriiltlrj of men have ex isted irom early time, and have ever formed a powerlul element lu the control of society. ! The Order ot Odd Fellows is now the strongest, and in some respects the best, of all orders lor engen dering love ol law and morality in our commu nity. This great institution should therelore receive the warmest support from our citizen. Last evening the American Academy ol .Muic was densely crowded with members ot the Order ot Odd Fellows, in lu'l rcpalia, attended, In many raucs. by ludirs-bearlnu the regalia of the heiiutifwl deprec ot Itebekah. lle.idid by the Liberty Cornet Bund, (he Grand Lodpe of Pennsylvania, live hundred stromf, marc...

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. — 17 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM!. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MAY ' 17, " 1866. Owning -StUgtapli Is pvblished etery aflervccn (Sundays excepted at No. 108 fi. Third rlrtet. Price, Tliret Cent rer Copy (Double Shed), or Eighteen Cents Per Wee&, payable to tin Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of (lit city at Nine Dollars Per inr.u-rn; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Month, invariably in advance for the period ordered. 2o insure the Insertion of AAeertisements inal of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 18G0. Mrs Gladstone on American Finances. In his position as Chancellor of the Exche quer, Hon. W. E. Gladstone proceeded on the 3d Inst, to give to the House of Commons a succinct statement on the subject of finance. We give elsewhere the body of his speech, but will only qu te editorially such portions as relate to our own affairs. After speaking of the sudden rise ol our gigantic debt, he says : "I do not h...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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