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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 May 1866

TUTT H TOL. .V.-No. 121 PHILA.IDELIPIIIA., lONDAY, MAY 21. 18(56. D0UHL13 siiei:t-tiiiu:e cents. J) f J JJ LLo JEFPDAV1S. Change Favorable to Ills Condition Bronarht Abont Throneti the luilueure f 111 Vftf Contradictory Nrorlea Abat be Health f Mr. llavls, Etc. FomrRESH Monrof., May 13. In my letter retrardinir Jed. Davis. Dubli-hed on the liith IneUnt, it whs in error m nttributinr: tho 1 entries In the iiumhor and pntrjls of the guard 10 the influence ot lr. Cooper, as also Riving him credit for the additional hours allowed Mr. ikavis tor daily exercise. Through the intlnenec of Mr. Davis these ira portmt chanire, bearing co yitully upon the health of her husband, were effected. She wrote a letter to President Johnson direct, giving hiru an account of the lailine health of Mr. Pavta, and soliciting the changes relcrred to, which re quests', as the results have shown, met with prompt compliance. I believe, moreover, that also through her influence, and not from any suggestions eman...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 May 1866

THE NEW YOBK FHESS. 1UIIORIAL OPINIONS OF LhADINO JOURNALS UPON CURRENT 201' ICS. OOIPIIID IVIRT DAT FCB IVKK1KO TrxVOltAPH "Ciphera." From the Tribune. The National Intelligencer utters this moan: "At tbe Hairerstown meeting of disunion pros cription ists (trlonds of freedom) of Marvlatid, tniv resolved aira nst negro suiTrapft, and in favor 01 voUnsT population as Mip basis of representation in Congress, lhl would throw ont hall ol the present representation ot the Mate In tho House, ibe idea has born joined Djr the radicals. Are tho pooolo ot Maryland for thus abnecarinr 'heir power and influ ence in tbe counoi of the nation?" t . To whirh is added this ad aue-Kcstion, that "Maryland Is to be a cipher In the nutional councils." Ix tis look, In the first place, at "the power and influence in the councils of the nation" which the people of Marvluud are expected to abnecate. Maryland hud at the last census a population of 687,(149 souls 515,018 white and 171,101 black. In I860, bwlo...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 May 1866

CITY INTELLIGENCE. For Additional City IntelUyniee see s'tfth l'aat TnE Johnson Mbktingatthe Academy or Mubic On Saturday evening the inaiipura tion of a National Union Johnson Club drew to the Academy of Music a very larjre audience. The parquette and three circlrs were filled, and a number of ladles occupied seats In the lower part of the hout-e. The stacre was net apart for dintlnffiuphed guests, Including aluo a large number of of our most prominent citizens. , As admission to the building was by means of ticket, an uncomfortable crowd was avoided. A great number who applied at the doors , during the evening were refused entrance, owing to the absence of the nrcr sary pasteboard. Colonel Joseph It. Flania-itn, Chairman ol the Committee of Arrangement", opened the pro ceedings ot the meeting. JHesatd: Ladles and Gentlercen:-The hour named for the commencement of the proceedings having arrived, it becomes ray duty, as Chairman of (he Executive Committee of the National Union Johns...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 May 1866

Evening clcgtanlt MONDAY. MAT 21. 18H6. 1 be Ilctarn ol the "rive-Twenties" Irom Eniope. Tub tioinuloufi partlou ot the financial commu nity have coni nred up a horrid phantom lor their special terror. For several wrek it hat been a common pan graph in tbe more rrjt lau (holy of money columns, "Wuat If thf 5-2a invented ia Europe should be returned to this country faster than the market could bear?" This alarming Inquiry the interrogator aus-vers for himself. The market would be oversroikpd, the supply would exceed the demand, and tin; prirc ot tno S-20s would fall. Confusion, con vulsion, and financial chas were the predicted result. There seems, howovef, not to l)c the least possible cause for any such anxiety. The Ftnan cial Chronicle tells us that "durinir the lat two months ten millions of the loan have been im poited from European markets.'' Has this intro duction produced any injurious results f On the contrary, they were at once absorbed; and the demand continuing greater th...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELE6 If API!. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MAY 21, 1866. MATTERS OVER THE RIVER. The Courts. The criminal business for the county of Camden dnnni the present term of the Courts U very large. It was commenced on Monday taut, and a n amber of petty oases wore dls (oved of, aa tol ows: Ueoifo W. John was found aullty of larceny; Aloxander Kobeno of vrand larceny t ratiic MctJrlen. arand larceny i John J. Park and Jot Johnson, ot breaking into and entering the house of Mr. Maree Alexander Harnett and Richard Uratiam, of assault and battery; John and Benjamin hand of a-ault and battorri Chares Moore, petty lercenv Edward Johnson, Brand jar eenj j Benjamin Stewart, grand iaronvj Kobert Mender, assault; Jamoa dross, not guilty ot airo clous assault and lattery ( William 11. Tool, petty larceny; L-ouifa Pennistou, petty laroony; Anna liumcll, petty larceny; James Conelly, breaking into and entering by day, with intent to steal. The abore case were soon disponed of. Tho Court the...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 May 1866

PRCNSIA AKI) AI'NTKIA. Punch describe the difficulty between Aretrlft uu i j ureia in tarce stHDzas: Prussia, wm a robber, Austria was a tbief ; Frnssia and Austria . Wtole a Danish fief. Prussia said to Austria, "Leave the swag alone." Anstri raid to Prussia, "When you drop your bone." Prussia said to Austria, "You don't mean to go?" AnRtria said to Prussia, ' Out of Holsteinr No." Prussia said to Austria, "Wherelore do you arm V Austria said to Prussia "Ot you in alarm." Prussia said to Austria, "1 don't mean to flfzht." Austria said to Prussia, "My intention, quite." Prussia said 1o Austria, "Drop j our warlike game." Austria said to Prusbla, "When jou do the same." Prussia said to Austria, "What's the end to be ?" Austria said to Prussia, "Hit me, nnd jou'll see." Prussia said' to Austria, "Come, this bran won't do." Austria a d to Prussia, "dir, the same to you." Prussia said to Austria, "PJI the D'et try." An.itria said to Prussia, "Thank you, so will I." THE DEMI-MONDE. Lttle...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 May 1866

r Wen One Would Much Rather IVot Meet. Men abo mix ft ala.1 better than any other HI i ll, Mm who ir.lt you to IWod wh.Il trior rend out ftloud norartliicK they have wrilteo ibem- rviea. Won WbO tell tlr rlo that run nun Intn. innllmr so that you tlnrj It nrr difficult to act away at . uiu vi on j ui ircin. One-rharartrr comedians. llero-worvhlrnrrn of the common iiimn h whom Mich f ure minded, eanieot persons an Garibaldi are rendered rid U-iilnun. Wen who have quarrel ed with all their rela Hons. Men who have been betrayed and abandoned In the mom heartless manner bv all their friends. Men who have been persecuted and swlnoled by a general conspiracy of everybody. Meu who Imitate popular actor. Men who are always asking. "Don't vou think so " J Men who arc alwavs "putrtnir a cae." Men who agree w ith vou too much. Men who "tecl impelled to torn issue with you there.'1 Men who arc technically enthusiastic nn the subject of art. without bavioj; any practical knowledge of It whatever...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 May 1866

8 AMUSEMENTS. Imilii'b Amateur Italian Opkba 1 eielil esplondfd season ef Italian Upera closea In a perfect tlazeof trior, at Conceit Hall, on Satur day nlRbt. La Fawita wit cop rblr periorteed, and the audience was large enough to fill tbe hull lineiadmir the sallnrv) to Hs utmost capacity, icteill himson appeared, and carried the brilliant aasemtjlate porleotlr away with him b his dolloious isipersonation of his role ol "Fernando." "'.looked and acted the character to the very lire, and his magnificent finning aflordod ono ot the finest Binsical treats we have enjoyed this many a day. Ills "tSoirito Gentii" has never been surpassed In this city, and tbe rapturous inrore it recoived was abundantly deserved I hroughotit the whole opera be was the true and finished artist, but his efforts In the lat act were tue very acme of finished art, and the most thorough voca'izatfon. Mrs. Davis, as "Leonora," was very fine. ' Her cavatina was riven with the nicest d 'crimination and Iceling, a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 May 1866

A nn lur.TT .1 H A VOL. V.-No. 122. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MAY 22, 1866. DOUKLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. ZDTTT JlL ALU ALA THIRD EDITION GREAT FIRE IN NEW YORK. Destruction of the Academy of Music and the New York Medical University. The Dutch Reformed Church on Fif teenth Street' also Destroyed. SEVERAL LIVES LOST Fourteenth and Flneenth Streets and Third and Fourth - Avenues In a Blaze. All Effortw at Extinction TJna'nilallo. ' X3to.. X2to. . XI to., Zto., Eto. Frtm the Ntu York Paperi of To-day. ' ' Shortly before 12 o'clock last night fire was discovered in the basemeut of the Academy of Music, fronting on Irving Place. The perform ance had bteu closed but a short time, and a number of persona attached to the theatre were still in the building. An effort was made by those present to subdue the flames, but without avail, as it was evident the five was visible in several places at the same time, which at once led to the belief that the tire was the work of design. The alarm was promptly...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 May 1866

4 TIIE NEW YORK PXIES3. EDITORIAL OPINIO AS OF LEAD I KG journals upon current rone. COM PILED 1TKRT DAT IWH KVBHItfO TELEOHaPH. The Gold Expo-t-Orcnt Strength of the rreasury. From the Timet. To cold export of the past week is worthy of uppelfil notice, and reflects tho highest as well almost rratlfylog credit upon our public and mercantile finances. , A money crisis pecding in JOnfiland, the result of vast cot.tou speculations at Lherpool, and of extraordinary stock gam bling on the limited liability principle ot finance and banking association sanctioned by recent act of Parliament in London, and a war crisis threatened on the Continent, caused a sudden and pressing demand on the New York market, early in the week, for relief abroad. It wan no ordinary request for tbe settlement of balances, a these, In the received mercantile scBe, are believed not be immediately against tbis sice, Dut an urzent appeal to ur nankers and merchants to anticipate their future remit tances in gold, ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MAY 22, 18G0. CITY 1 N TE L MGENCE For Additional Ctly Intelili-nce tee FifOi At , MEETING OF ARTILLERY REGIMENTS. A meeting of thp officct8 and enlisted mpn of the late lsl, 2d, and 3d Pennsylvania Artillery Rei menu wag held last evening, at Uo. 457 N. Third t.trect Lieutenant-Colonel Brady, of the liti, and Lieutenant-Colonel Oberteufler, of (he 2d, mere elected Chairmen; Lieutenant William M. Runkle, Secretary; and Lieutenant George P. Morenn. Assistant Secretary. i Colonel Brady then explnlned the objects of the meeting. Ho said he had conlerred with Colonel Ellniakcr, and that it was considered appropriate that the men h:i had served la the field should he the ones to fire the salute on the comintr celebration ol tho Fourth of July. The Committee on Resolutions reported the following: Ketnlvrd hat rolls be opened at the Ton Hall, No. 457 Noh Tlurd si root, and such othor places as the Committee may determine, lor tne purpose o...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 May 1866

TUESDAY. MAY 22, 180(5. An Inride View of Meilcan A flairs. Thk remarkable J tcr from (,'eneral Bbincourt to General Dgcay, of the French expeditionary aimy in Mexico, which has ust been mado fiublic, shows how completely the bottom Is lulling out of Maximilian's empire. Geuoral Lrincoibt la commander of the 21 Division ol French troops serving; in Mexico, and General Doi'at, to whom he writes, Is commander ol the 1st Division, so that In this letter we have . the private and confidential opinion ot onsjof the chief ofllcers of the French array. That opinion Is by no means a flatter ing one, either of the Emperor Maximilian, Marshal Bazaine, or ot the final success of the en) piie. Max and the Marshal are obstinate and quarrelsome, says the General. Nobody can manage the treasury since the death of M. l.ANOLAis ; beside, the Mexican busines is dally growing more unpopular In France, while the United States are assuming a more menacing attitude. Moreover, he says to Doc at quoting ev...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 May 1866

TIIK DAILY KVluXJNG 'ill.V.GUAVH. Plfl ADKLrifTA. TUI.SDAY, iMAY 22. 1800. 5 Nw CflMnuT Pimit TWum-sfr. Adnn "Uamlel" 1 m different from ths "llmlt" or former years a a scotch utllllgmtMiii finished painting. J be flirt tin H,r. Adams vr played Hamlet" it astonished bit Ikieads b ths xcullenoe of the attempt. Ue modestly htaawlt oahad It an at tempt at that time. How we cnarraak Mr. Admits, amnn lt I'll. mlaa" mf KA j A 4 m.n.. the preierenoe to Air Adams' "fiamlea" over iliai ot ' iootn. Aainu' it iom arsamy, far lea monotonous, it la toll of inspiration, impaate, bib, and uttoi-l? tivj front affectation. He, too, bas the youth with wfcloh Ue Imajrlna tlon mrosts 'Hamlot," la spit of SasAesoearn, and though he is not so romaatie or ldeai In apiisarauco a Booth, he Is sufficiently handsome for the young pnnoe who "is the itlassef fashion aa. the mould of lorm." if r. Adam dees not strain after niuo va'tonsfhls readings are nil tall ot common sense and natural, his attitudes are not ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 May 1866

I 6 THE DAILY EVEMISG TELEGRAinrHlLADELrilU, TUESDAY, WAY 22, IfctiO. THE SOIiDIKH'H REVB.IOE. A. P. 1C55. BY THEODORE TILTON. This eoldrn lecrcnd first was told When Swedes and Danes were foes of old. One morn the Swedes gave way bo soon, The baitle ended at the noon. Two foes lav sweltering on the sand, Each wonnded by the other's hand. The Swede exclaimed, "'0 day accurst, That sees a soldier die of thirst 1" The Dane replied, with anguish wriinir, "My water-flask shall cool thy tongue. "1 filled It at a mountain-spring; Drink thou to Denmark and the King ! 'But precious Ions if any drips; Bo hold it stead to thy lips I" The Swede replied, "If thee I kill, Thy flftck is mine to drink my till 1" Then, drawing poniard from his elrth, He struck a blow, but stabbed the earth. The Dane exclaimed, "0 wretched Swede! How durst thou try so bate a deed ? "By heaven ! I take revenge, 0 knave 1" Then, snatching back the flask he gave, "Thirst thou," he cried, "while I shall quaff Thy throat...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 May 1866

n NOTES ON SCIENCE.; RAlIf . M. Renoii, In a paper on faln,lrit4 before tbe rari9 Academy, says; In order that this phonftmouWottaTibd' dsve loped in Us full intensUy, tiere iim-a be two txnta at least of clouds, the ilf.porrtliM Of Which must be composed of cirri lit ' Umdorfrttlre ol forty or blt.y degrees Centigrade byW' (roro., and tbe lower onr consisting of cntnu'U'whlfth are roolcdby tltp tall of crystal of Ice trowt the tippor stratum. , There should also be the highest pos sible temperature at tbe surface of the earth, a much lower atmospheric pressure' than in the neighboring regions, regular and horizontal cur rents of air allowing of the atmosphere remain ing for sufficient time in a state of unstable equilibrium, and, lastly, a rapid motion to re store the balance of trmperaf.ire and pressure by mixing together the different atmospheric strata. Tbe distribution of rain on the surface of the globe is reeulaied by the five follow ing conditions: Temperature, moisture, bar...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 May 1866

8 IMPORTANT FBQM MEXICO. JiOIUiNNLSS OF THE EMPIRE. BKJI ARKATiLE LETTER FROM MAJOR-OKM. 1.R1XCOLRT TO OEN. DoUAT. Tltr.MrMXHS Kl.AI'H AT WAV AND MA ICS UAL IIAAIWE. tic, Kl., Etc. Kte., Etc., Etc., Etc. The lirownsvillc Jlol'.iin de Xotichis for April 1" prints tlio following coiitidentiul letter IVom it I'rench otllcer, Intercepted by Onciul Ksco liedo'e forces: Confidential TArrmvj, nrar Mexico, Mureh 2(1. To Gene thI Dotiov, Coiiiniunriinir, tlio First division of vlie Kspi'lltlonary Armv. General: I received jour letter which" you iinri the kindness to ml 1 rend nic In reply to mine of lHtli January ultimo. 1 thn.nk you. Geuenil, lor the sincerity cf your advice nu'd acknowledge the Justice, of your judirnunt. If, us von si.y, iMuishtil llu ziimc, with an unlimited credit und very near one hundred thousand tnen, composed of forck'ti and Mexican troops, has achieve J only nn actual mt nation so very precarious we, deprived of flio French Has," and with an cuij'ty ireusiuy, cntmr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 May 1866

rH TFjTlTT VOL. V.-No.' 13 PHILADELPHIA., AVEID TUESDAY, MAY 23, 180G. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. IN THE TOUNO ANDjEISlNO GENERA tlon, tbe veiteUtlvs powers ol life stsa rongs bat. In afowycars, how often the pallid hue, the Uck-luntre end rneoUtad torm, and the IrnposnloUlty of appli cation temonUl effort, show Its banetnl Influence 1 It don bmmei evident to the oberver that some depress ing Influence U checking the development of the body. Consumption la talked of, and, perbapi, the youth is re voved from echool and K-nt Into the tountry. This la onef the worst movements. Bemorcd from ordinary dtvarslor t of the ever-clinntlng scenes of the rlty, the power of the body too mnov enfeob ed to give cent to beallhful and rural exercise, thought are turned in wards upon thcmnelveM the' parent'! heart bleeds la nvlety, and fancies the grave but waiting )or IU victim. Alan! Increase of appetite haerrown by whnt It fod on the energies ofthe;ystcm are prostrated, and the whole economy la der...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 May 1866

STATU OF THE NATION. GBEAT SPEECH OF HON. "WILLIAM H. SEWATtD. rrocREss or rlconstructiox. POLICY OF PRESIDENT JOHNSON. IISSON OF TEE LATE ELECTIONS. HOPE FOR THE FUTURE. CPilMAL DESTINY OF THE REPUBLIC. JZtO.t ZSto.. X2to. -Etc., JBtOi Auburn. N. Y., May 22. Secretary Set urd delivered a lengthy speech on national a flairs at Corning Hall this eveniD?, before a crowded audience. Mr. SewarJ said: My Good Friends: Your kind Importunity will not avail nie a3 an excuse tor spunk lug If I onpht to keep cilence. Perhaps, howevor, the flolicitudo which pervades the countrV may JuBtily ua all in ron versing upon political ques tions in a c:inaid and patriotic spirit. We were together here in October last. The national condition has undertone some material changes since that time. We were then on the verge ot a series ot elections throughout the 8tatc?. The leaders, who so pertinaciously claim to be Demo cratic, organized with their customary machi nery. They had wisely ceased to denounce a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 May 1866

CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City InielUgerwe ue Fi fth Page, EiGirrr-aEcoND Convk.vtiox of Tnit PROTESTANT KritOOPAL Cuvroii IN TUB DlOOBSt OP l'KNNfcYLYANIA. FlRBT 1AT'8 I'ROCKEDINOIl. At five o'clock ycaterda? ai'tprnooa, the KiErbly ccond Convention ot the I. & Church ot the Diocese of Pennsylvania convened at St, An drew's Church. It will be remembered that gince the last Annual Convention the I)iocce of Pittsbur? has been erected out of the orlgiual Diocese ot the State. In the absence of the Uielit Rev. William Bacon Stevens, 1. 1)., Bishop, now soiournins; In Italy lor his health, the chair was temporarily tilled by the Rev. John A. Childs, Secretary of , the Convention. A 1st of the clergy entitled to teats In the Convention was called. Th names of the lay delegates accredited bv certificates, three from each parish, weie read, and those present took their seats. The Convention then proceeded to an election for President. On motion f William Welsh, Eetj., Rev. M. A....

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 May 1866

WEDNESDAY, MAY 23, 1806. About Financial Crises. Thb history of all modern financial crashes Is one lonar talo, not of mi-placed confidence, but ' of causeless distrust As a general rule, the con Tulsions which overturn the whole monetary world are not occasioned by any hollownes on .' the part of the capitalist, but by a timidity on the part of the depositor. It is important that this doctrine, cardinal yet simple, should be Dorne In mind, as by it much of the anxiety which will result from the crisis in London will be dispelled. Because Sir Morton Pbto and and Ovkrend, Gurnet fc Co. have been ruined, and the whole financial world stands wailing with trembling for new developments of losses, there is no causo for supposing that there is any radical delect in the system of monetary transaction. There is no cauce lor the fcor of Sir Morton's depositors becoming infectious, nor in there any occasion for extended anxioty. The truth is that those who have been wrecked by the failure of ...

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