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

5 AMUSEMKNTff. A bob Btriet Tiikatk. Unc.lt Phil's Jlirthd-iy, wn cb Mr. Mackay tarn as tor hi benefit, it one of those charming, qmot dramis of ilomcstio lilo that keen th" heart tnr b' inn with motion at every leeuo. Mr. Mackay cortrated 1 h wondenul truth the ci lldi, h simp icitr of (lie old servant; the pride of the father in his noble boy. 1 hen came the agony of hi art that found all thing; tailing in which, through ' Tears, it bad put us trust, rue reading of the letter wl ich steaks ol the gui t ot Ins cnu. lover's son wu masterpiece ot art a stroke of genius all through, 11 r Aiacay's i eriormance was marked with the lefincment ai d finish to wninn we hate uot boon accustomed in thn present crudo state of tho drama. lieM thuronphir appreciated by a moot oriticnl audience. Diss Tree played the iiart ot "Marian" with preat reposo and unusual fooling Mr Mao ka 's "Havnisack" wa nu admirab'e sk tch, deepiy ttudicd, until it naaino'l r. alitv. JHis French li cct is perfect, end...

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. — 17 May 1866

TEE DJULY EVEK1KG TELEGKArn. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1866. A WI.MKR Willi TIII2 AitlEUICAN ri'.iui'A i lines. BY nrOKO'3 AI.PRKt) TOWN.vEND. Wliin tho war w:ii over, 'ntvl tins o union truism ol "all rtut"t nu the Potomac"' lull bo ronio hn evcriaftimsr "pitit)h, 1 ?uvo away tne Rpircciition ot io!ic- ftiirt h'l; winch h i t car ried me through tliti final buttle, and iv-lt very much I ke a Ccataur amputated above the ehoulilT-liludta. I hope I uni no. uncharitable in admitting that I wai very bo rv 10 ult the war. Tue sulvoi of peace made me a burcared mv.i. Ttij.y literally tarew mo ti;iii ttie world. Not, of course, that I could not stdh-plt'iitv to eat. aad dmik, and trends to suarotrj but my oucupt tion was potic th ze.-a, and babble, atid muscu larity of lite; the ple'nant li'tleuesa of its pur-,o-ei, the whom social labric which botinJeil it, the elect ramp, tho tavori'o general, tne pro lerrcd pathway? oer which I canterml wltli no tlestttij but tho delivery ot my de...

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. — 17 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGIUP17. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY MAY 17, I860. The MFnl Ladles ot London. , tendon (Atop 1) Corretp mil net of Manchester Times. We hare, as you know, boen getting tolerably fas'. In our maimer at the Went End. I he prosont tea ton ha witnessed a further development ot feml nine tnceicnuenc. "Lailio' clubs" are this year the ' to" in the most lashionabie circle. The oong and unmarried lames do not take part In them to anr great cxten ; the "I risk v matrons" there icigu supremo Ait'.ouh these assemblies, which are nold as a general rule, in the afternoon at the houses of the members, aro called "ladies' C ubs." gentlemen are tol exo ttdtd. A ticket to the "bcnfllers" or to tha "Jolly Dog" those aro the Danes ot two of tl:e roo-1 fashionable is tcckoned a great favor arid can only be obtained by those who are in hiph (avor with presiding authorities, among; whom moie than ono uuchess occupies a prominent pos t en. The anwemeiits consist ot conversation nd smoking ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 17 May 1866

8 SrJ XOLU.IIVO-0. Irtr of the htvolnflon Th Oov -rimiul twrtvn Ds-IVnlrd I he Inr ffi-ui All-. i. be ll.tr Red by th llhjilfu vrDinf-nl Fliurnlel Pro- rlttlnurd Prtaldttnt ( Ihe Kepabllo The fttebcl MMrrhlov on itae Capital. By the arrival of the Spanish steumer Monte- xumn ai Havana on toe mn instant we have later ana important news irom bt. JJomiago. The news reluti-n 10 the revolution which broKo out on the Ironuers of iluyti m the commence- utrnt ol Marco, tne tienerais who heatle 1 the ri'teiiion were Dominid lumirez, iraucisco s-iomio, L.uciano Marino, Tunoteo Urundo, Juan Con ti eras. Doniiiieo Lnala. Anlceta Mat. tinpz, Bud the Military (ioveruor ol Barahana. Kubi. lh- conmianduQt 01' JNeiba, abandoned in pmce wiuiuui vtuiuui? ior ine insurgents, Lo wtTo thus enabled M inarch forward and advance as lar as the river Yaiiue, which is lo me iiuTit'u buoiuit - e,i ioraao. There was another nioveineui in Shu Cristobal, headd by JUarcos tabrhl, u'phew ot (Jnneral baez. which, in ...

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. — 18 May 1866

P ' ' ' '; l: , -, - t j t " VUU V.-No. 119. ' i PHILADELPHIA, FR ED AY, MAY 18, 18G6. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. GEN S. STEADMAN AND FUL LERTON AT NORFOLK. Interview with Colored Citizens- Trvelr Estimate of the Freed men's Bureau-Suffrage the Only Substitute. General Steaduian stated that his mission was Sn convers with them as to the geueial state ci ieciing Deiween tne whites anil black in this community, aud said that he was with ihem m an official capuelty, wttli General Fullerron as a commissioner, gent by President Johnson to inquire into the afl'aira of the Freedmen's Bu reau in the South, and to cbraia information as to tbe benrtit derived from the Bureau by the people. He said that lie could not talk to all ct mem, ttut it they would appoint a delegation, that he would talk with them in be halt of the people. Accordingly, the following eentlemon were enofen sain allegation, viz.: -William Rolling, J. T. WiUon. J. (;. F-elden, A. A. I'ortlock, N. Harbour, and James Bryant. M...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 May 1866

THE HEW YOBK PRESS. FD1TORIAL OPINIONS OF LhADING JOURNALS UPON CURRENT 10PIVS. OOWriLID ITIET VAT FOR 1T1HIKO TBLPQIiAPH. Germany and Italy From the Tribune, .It is a singular Illustration of the moral char acter of modern diplomacy that each of the three great power which are now in Europe on the brink of war officially declares that "he la arm ing ocly for defense, having no Intention what ever to make an agre?slve movement, and that, nevertheless, all Europe continues to believe war certain and inevitable. In addition to Aus tria and rrussla, which had previously mado this declaration, the Government of Italy has now notified tha; of France that she engage not to attack Austria. If the three Governments bad that faith in their mutual assurances which three Individuals o( sterling integrity would generally be expected to have in similar relations, there is no reason why tney should not now hasten to end a dis armament which is extremely expensive, and thcatens at leant two ot tke...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 May 1866

Cll'Y INTELLIGENCE for Additional City IntelUgmct ere F.ih raje. City Councils. A Btated meeting of CUt Councils a held yesterday afternoon. teleot Branch Pres.dciit I,Tnd In the Chair. Mr. Urny presonted a petition, largely sip-ned by ciMzem of the Fliteenth Ward, askia Tor Hie cleansing of the streets la that soetlon ol tbe city. Mr. Srjerine. a commnnlnntlon rVrm rnn.. Taylor, urtrinn; the propriety of the removal of iue preen nouse irotn tne roadway on which it is now located, liclerred tu Committee ot City Properly. J ' vMrJo,,e Presented a communiration from l..8. .r tae Philadelphia Gas Work-. It states thit the Special Committee had pro ceeded to tbe Gag Work and examined a num ber ot the emploves. No mvitation wit (riven to the Board or Trustees or Chief Ensnner to be present or to assist in the In vegt Lotions. A condensed statement ina'le trom tbe last annual report of the Trustees was (riven, and they are willlne to afford all lacilities to the Committee, satislled that ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 May 1866

t i ) i ! i Y , t ' Evening clcgtail It publied trn-y aftrnccn (Sundcyt excelled at No. 108 A 7hrd tireet. Tr-ce, Three Cent Per Coj y Dovble Men), or Eighteen (entsPer WW, jayabte to the Carrier, and mailed to Subscriber! out of the city at Nine Dollars Per iut.um : One Dollar and Fifty (Jerds for Two dfvnths, invariably in advance for the period ordered. Jo insure the Insertion of Advertisements In at of our Editions, theij must be forwarded to our office not later tlian 10 o'clock each lUorninq. FRIDAY, MAY 18, 1806. The Conditions Iteqnlsite lor Frej I mu nitions. Mb. Disraeli, in closing tho debate In the Britiph House of Commons against the Keform bill, charged that that measure was conceived In the spirit of the American Constitution, and not in that of the English Constitution, lie said he did not tevilo American institu tions; on the contrary, he approved them, because they were adapted to the country where they were established; but he affirmed that "none of tho conditions...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 May 1866

TDE DAILY EVENING TELECIJAPII. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 18CG. QOSSIP. litter rnon mbs. anna, cor A. JIOWATT RITCHIE The Klvnl Opri II onnen Prime nonne IMirnor Mario- Trlnrapb over Time Pa(II Her Uirta from the Emperor of the French ind the King ol Italy Ilymrket Nw Stirrer I.ycetim The - of Wale Ainnalnff Wl lithe fnd ItcirnyHl to Fvchier Alher Hlilp Fnnhlonnlle Among HnjmltJ The Persecuted Mm. Yelverton Her Read ing lJre Ilinnnertloa Her Ie Jene by the Kditor of "The t'omnopoii an,"nl liar Ktiolt-!! of New York at the World" Fair HtHgsley'B lec ture on hnprilttois and rWlence Mr ' S. C. IIbII'h "Art Journal' Keavna! lion of Hun flurtlctl t'uurla tnrongta Madame Krtl. 1 onpom. May 6 Every one who comes to London fluting the 'siason" miiHt co to tho opera, howoror lDPOUH.be lit- tars mav te to eot sounds; every one who lives In Loudon w.tliout going to Wi opera ii not MipiO-tMl to liavo been anywhere. The rival opera houses bave l ad such au equal Mart iu tho race lor popular l...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 May 1866

THE DAILY EVEK1NG TELEGRAPH, PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 18GG. Feir Daffodils. BJ (1BNBICH. Fa r daffodils', we weep to nee . You finstc bwoj to eoonj A vet the early rifciiurmiu lla rot aitamnd bin noon. P'n.V, tav, tintil the hastening daj lia run bnt to the even Boa?; And, having prated toeciber, we Will go wi.h you alonp. Wp have thm time to gny at you; We have as short t Sprintr, As quick a growth to meet decay, As von or anyMil.ie: We die Af .your hours do: a id dry away Like to the jiiititnt-r's rain. Or hh the pearls of morning dew, Nt.'ei to be lottud ai'cm. RPLCIALI'AillS AND CONTINENTAL coiiia:si'tNiKcu. To the Editor of Ue Lv.mtng 'Jeli trapK- Paris, Mar 4. We ore sick and tir'dol asking oursoltes li we shall Lave war, or if wo aro to continue, to enjoy tho blessing of pence. It M as, at llrat, attempted to draw Autria Into the nare by uieuaci'g from Prussia; however, whoa it was teen tnat sne was not to be cang-bt in that way, tho Cabinet ot Florence protended that It...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MAY 18, 18GC. M. BY THOMAS NAM!. Kirb men, trust not in weiilth; Gold cannot buy you health; I'IivhIo hiins.lf rnuat fade; All tiling to end are ramie; Tbe plague fall swift toes by. Pr-mity is hut a flower, Which wrinkles will devour; Urichtness trom th ft'rj tyueens have died young and fair; Dust bnj closed Helen's eye. Ptrcnpth atoepe Into tbe grvo; Worms Iced on Hector orave. Swords may not light with laic; Karth still holds opt! her pnte. Come, come, tbe bells do cry;' I am sick, 1 must die. Lord, have mercy on u! IVbnt lias Become ot tho Gold Watches? A f ify contemporary thus discusses the singu lar diKiippeiinuice of gold watctitw throiurhoat the country Mnce Government bin levied a tux upon them: "Tlio question 'What becomes ot all the pins ?' now finks into tusipnitlcuncc bcide another in quiry o' more serious moment, What has become of ail tbe gold watches ? This country has been famous for these glittering time-pieces. N...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 May 1866

8 The NnlrMfiof Colonel If lb-Irbitl Appointment of Mir flrury Murlt Uoveraor Departure of Mrs. Uordoit far England. The steamer Talisman, from Kineston, Jamaica, on the 7th Inst., brlngi in late advices irom that place. The death, by gulcHe, of Colonel Ilobb, of the lh Kovals, Is announced. Colonel Hobbs, it will be remembered, took an active part la operations against the negroes during the late disturbances in Jamaica. The white troops em ployed during martial la were tinder his com mand, and tnese were not behind the Maroons Id the sevent.v with which they dealt with the blHCifs sflooting and Illinium? people arrested on suspicion, und btiruiuc down cottages. In consequence of these tliinsrs, Colonel Hobbs had been ordered lo return forthwith to England, and report hlmseli at the Horse Guards. Biioiiiy alter receiving tho order he besran to show pjniiitotns of insanity, and soon became totnltv until lor dutv. It was thoueht, however, thnt the voyage ro Knsland would restore him,...

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. — 19 May 1866

I pin VOL. V. No. 120 PI-IILA-DELXIIIA., SATURDAY, MAY 19, 18G0. DOUIiLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. 'JBILM djllFIo TN THE YOUNO AND RISING HENERA. tlon, the vegetative powers ot life are strong; bat. la few ypni, how often tho pallid hue, the lack-lustre eye, and emaciated lorm, and the linpomtlullltr of appli cation to mental effort, show its baiietal Influence! It eoon becomes erlflent to the ohncrrer that some depress ing inflnenoe la checking the development of the body. Conxumptlon Is talked of, and, perlmpi, tho youth is re moved from school and Sent Into tho country. This Is one of the worst movement 8. Removed from ordinary dlverslors of the ever-changing scenes of the city, ibe powers of the body too much enfeob ed.to give zent to healthful and rural exercise, thoughts are turned In wards upon themnelvpsi the parent's heart bleeds lo anxiety, and fancies tne grave but waiting lor Its victim. Alas! increine of appetite has grown by whnt It fed on the energies of thohiystem are prost...

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. — 19 May 1866

LIT 10 1UTU K E JVATmoTic Fokmh. By J. II. Dp Ilaes Janvier. J. B. Lii'plncott ACo., fhlladelplila. The little volume bcfoie ub Is the most perfect Tid beautiful ppeclnien of typographical execu tion that baa ever fallen under our notice. It Is neat, but not gaudy, printed with the most exact care, on rich, cream-laid paper, and bounl In that tasteful tvle which none know better liow to apply than Messrs. Lippincott Co. The public win not fall to treasure tha volume, If only m a proof ot the unrivalled excellencies cf American publication. But the work does not rest lla only claim to appreciation on its out ward beauty. It is valuable became it Is the imprint and reflex f the popular heart at a time when the future will be looking eagerly for any evidence of tho feeling which existed durine the days now past. The poems were all popular excessively popular In their lime and although they do not possess any par. ticular amount of literary ability, and abound too much in what is vulgar...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELKGHAPn.-i-PIIILADELPIIIA, SATURDAY, MAY 19, I860. A wild, wrt night ! The riming ulc-H 1 Blurs all the lamp Rlon, the quay; ' -The windows sbnke; the bnxy atrcel Is yrt alive with hurrying feet, ' The winds rave from tiie oca ! f O lPt it rave J Kj lamp burns bricht; My long day's work is almost done; I ci rtain out each pound and slplit Of All the nights in the year, to-nlpht s I choose to be alone. Alone, with doors and windows foal, Hcfore mj open desk I stand. Alas I can twelve ioiir months b past, My hidden, hidden wealth, pince lat I held thec In my hand ? So there it lies ! From year to year I see the ribbon cbanpe: the pape Turn yellower; and the very tear That blots the writinsr, disappear And lade aay with ae 1 lline eyes prow dim hen tbey behold The preeious trilles hoanffd'theri; A rin of battered Indian gold, A wirhered harebell, and a lold 01 sunny chesnut hair. Nol all the riches of the earth, Not all the treasures of the tea, Could buy these hous...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 18C0. . SATURDAY, MAT 10, 1868. ; Miss Dickinson at the Academy of Mnslc, 1 toattract largo and Intelligent audience, nd secure Its undivided attention and frequent applause during the delivery of a speech, one tour and a half in length, is to be reckoned an Oratorical success, then, certainly, Miss Dickin BOW achieved one last evening at the Academy Of Music We hive rarely seen an audience Composed more exclusively of cultivated and thinking people; we have never seen one held jnore completely under the power of a speaker. This young woman is in many respects a phe nomenon, and yet her success as a public speaker Is due, after all, to those standard quali ties which go to make tip successful oratory everywhere. She niwtcrj the subject thinks It out in all its bcariners and then speaks with the fervor and burning earnestaess of -the profoundest moral conviction. There Is no parade of herself no repelling egotism but she ev...

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

CITY INTELLIGENCES tFor Additional Local Iumi tee Third Page. Bold Bobbery of a Clebk lie Re- S2VeZt,'he Mm' "nd tbusss the Apprehension of the Ihief. t;. K. Wiiletts, young-man about six teen tears of ape. clork in tiiu banking offlje of J. B. Kidrway, went to the Union National Bank, this lorenoon, ana collected a check of $80u0. yu returning, wlien in i turd street, near Church Hey, in passing; a narrow plaoe in the wa'lc wucre some dr roods boxes were standing, threi men mpt and bust ed him as tbey were pa-sin; one of tliein caylna- "Let m bv," "Let me by," At soon m iher had passed tne voun- man felt in the bieast pocket ot bis eoat, wnere be was carrying tbe money, and found that two thousand dollars 01 It bad been stolen, lie immediately followed the party, one of wbora pretended to slip into a store, and tlien started down Churcb slier. Satisfied that be was tbe thief, young Willetes raised the alaim, when a gentleman by the name of ilenry seized the scoundrel, who droppod t...

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. — 19 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 18C6. 0J -?k NUMBER LXVI1I. A DIET FOR MENTAL DYSrKPTlCO, AND A CURE FOR UY-roOHONDRIA, HT-POCRIRT, OR ANY COMPLAINT V A HY ORDER. JiY OUH RKR1KS EDITOK. AMI DIAKT. tJUCBT MBTRK-lLLOOICAti OBSERVATIONS FOR TIH VVSAK. Honda?. 1 1, riecd Con Ire Stephens complains that the Accounts of tho Fenian Circles ouuht to to made square. O'iUlionv roplies that they have never learned tho art ol "equaling tho Circlo." TliCBlfty. 1 ."J. Colorado Bill vetoed by Provident Johnson. I tie Senators elected trom tlioom trvo btate not allowed a war on the nato floor, nor any of the chairs, bat have to stand it. Wcdncndftjr, 10. Great excitoinont of tho Kacos at Memphis. On the first beat tho Black rase oamo oer boine distanced, the Whites having it all tbeir own way in tbuir reconstruction policy. Th limit ay. 17 City Connoils moot. Tho Gas Trust boiii "ont oi Joint," Common Council appoint a Joint Committeo ot five to exauuno the sinews ol th...

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. — 19 May 1866

now rniM) i? Ho carried my satchel to school, And me through tho drills carried too; Could I think wby be hugced me no cloudy? It 1 couldn't, bow could I ? could you f Ho told me my eves woro qulto black, And tho brighten of any ho knew: I blushed and looked down could I help it? It I couldn't, how could I ? coujt you? He lett on my check a warm kiss, Then off with the lightning speed flew; If I could I'd have scolded him soundly; If I couldn't, how could I ? could you? A TRUE BOHEMIAN. I'oor Henri Murger, himself a jeune ombre uu uuiiummn, u.yni m a. l arm nonpitai at toe early age of thirty-two, writing of literary rain lU the Preface to hia wonderful Hrnnn. rM In Tie de Boheme," asserts that the " Vie charmante w vie lerriuut" oi uobcmianism, with it termi nations of the Academy, the Hospital, or the torpue, Is possible only in Pans. We may hope, lor the sake of our English litteratfurt, that such now is the case, and that the time has forever ranged, when, as Thomas Carlyle says...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 May 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGftAPII. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MAY 19, 1860. "MY POLICY." SCATHING RADICAL ANALYSIS OP THE "PRESIDENT'S TLAN." Miss Anna U. Dickinson's Lec ture at the Academy of Music Last Evening. "V MODERN JOAN D'AfiC" ON RECONSTRUCTION. Dangers Besotting the Republic CONGRESS THE ARK OF SAFETY. BtatiiN oi tlie Frccdmau. MISTAKES OF PRESIDENT JOHNSON. How They May be Rectified, ABIDING FAITH IN THE PEOPLE. icto.. Etc.. x:to.. Etc., x:te. Special Jicportfor The Evening Telegraph. One cf tho largest and inost Intelligent audiences T the ooson assembled at the Academy of Muslo last owning to listen to Miss Anna E. Dickinson's lino address, known as "My Policy." Hiss Dickin son come npon the star.e at a quarter past 8 o'clock. er appearance being the sign for prolonged and enthusiastic cheers. Mr. C. H. Needles, in simple and appropriate language, introduced her to the audience. Miss Uickinson spoke with more than ordinary iervor, and was frequently interrupted -with bursts...

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