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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 May 1866

.:. LETTER FROM WASHINGTON. Th PrenldeNt's Bent Frlftnd-FhUadel phi AppolBtinn(n-Tblrl Ticket for l'OHMftylvanln long reeeloual Matters. Ete.Kte. Special Correspondence of The Evening Telegraph. Washington, Mar 31. Pennsylvania politician! are absolutely swarming ' here. Sonstor Cowan, who Is supposed to bare Toloe potential at tlie Executive mansion, is be ioired day and nlsrht with tbe hungry orowd, who fill the Senate lobbies with incessant inqalrtcs for ; tbe Senator, who can scarcely attend to bis publio . duties for the frrquont Interruptions by thoo par ties, witb applications for Interviews. Whon he loaves the Sunate chamber, he is followed by a core or more, who oling to tbe skirts ot his coat-tall with desperate cnerjry for "one momont," as they usually say, till tho Senator, almost distracted, flies to his lodgings for rpoee But cvou there thejr baunt him at sigh', m tho morning before breakfast, and at most unreasonable and fnoppoitune times, so that he oan Und no r o mu...

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. — 23 May 1866

THE UAILY EVEKJKG. TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA.- WEDNESDAY. MAY 23 IKnfi THE HEW YOKK PRESS. fhiclial opinions of lkading JOlhhALS IPOS IVliRhA T 101' I (AS CO I'll ID 1VEHT PAT FOB AVKH1KO TrtLVOHAPb. Malional Dcbts-Thc Financial nnd Indas. trial future ol England. from the Time. The speech of Mr. Oladstone on the English budget, which we published lately, contitins many siif'gefetions worthy of the careful conside ration they are certnm to command. Ilia pre cntation ol the general topic of national debts is very striking, and the tone of warnino: and (rloom with which he "peaks of the enormous debts of the contiuentul powers of Europe, and that ot more than American hopnfuines-i, and alnioBt indifference with which he treats the immense debt ot our Union, will be Tory sig ticant to those who remember how, lately, he spoke ot the Uidon as hopelessly divided. The change in Mr. Gladstone's tone reveals the cor responding change in the view? of Kurope as to .American resources and the sou...

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. — 23 May 1866

Rcmlnbccnces of Opora Singers. FIST A, MALIBRAN, 80NTAQ, JBNJtr LIND, LA BLACnB, AND COSTA. Tbo author ot ' The Queens of Hon;;" 19 pub tahinp in London Society a aeries of papers on he "London OpeTa Directors," abundantly piced w ith personal anecdotes. Tiie last num ber relates come ot the Incidents when at tended the first appearance of Malibran and fiontajr in London, In 1829. Pasta wa then In the zenith of her glory, and looked askanco upon these new liehts; but they took the town by norm, and l'asta's etrneglts to retain the supremacy were In ?atn. The KlnR's Theatre, at which Malibran and Son tap appeared, was managed oy Messra. Laurent and Laporte the former an ex-director ot the Italian opera in Farls, the latter a distinguished Frencn actor. They oftered Malibran seventy five jruineas lor each performance; the offer was accepted, and ber rirt appearance was ir. the character of 'Pesdamona." Of a quarrel and a reconcilia tion between Malibran and Sontag the writer says: Mad...

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. — 23 May 1866

8 is TJ kop e - Clrtftt FlnnacIM Fnlfl In Ens!"! on the Continent The Immediate Caanve of It Explained The War lae. lien at the Bottom of It. from the London Timet' CityArttcU, May 6. There has bean Iom exo'tement In tbe various mar sts to-oar bot Consols hare cloned at a further de cline of i, while In shares and foreign soountiei thcie bas also in a majority 01 cases been another lall. Ibe ( ontmciilal news seems hourly to estab lish the certainty oi war. and thone wh i now look back to tho course 01 the Carls market, and the heavy and indiscriminate tales commenced by toe always wel iniornied French Credit Hobiller mora tliau a month aro, are disposed to entertain a con viction .hat this result wnl be but a lulUluieut ot a long-sett ed programme. At the game timo there Is trowing Impression that tbe experience ol the Crimean and Italian wars will be repealed in the present inxtaaoo, and that no recovery in the market can be expected until hostilities shall have actually commenoed...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 May 1866

CD' Ji JJldlLdJ O TOL. V.JSTo.124 OPPIILA-DILFIII, THURSDAY, MAY 24, 18CG. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. EUROPE. The Great Money Panic In England andionllncnt. . Details of tlio ITailurcs uul Heavy Loshcn. Mr. Gladstone's Speeches on the Bank Charter Act Suspension. Why Napoleon "Detests" the Treaties of 1815. S3to.a X2to. IS to.. t2te. X3t Our European files by the Cuba reached this city this morning. The papers are dated to the 12th of May, and contain very important details of the rise and progress of the financial disasters In England, already reported by telerrraph, with report showing to what extent the panic pre' Tailed on the Continent. Fall are of Overend, Garner & Co. from the London Timet (City Article), May 11. The panic has at length culminated in the most important ana serious stoppage ever an nounced in the city of London. Overend, Gur ney & Co. (limited) were this afternoon com pelled to close their doors. Their liabilities amount to about 10,000,000, of which 6.0...

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. — 24 May 1866

ANDREWJOIIfJSON POLICY OF THE ADMINISTRATION Btmarkablo Speeches by Secre taries Stanton, Welles, and McCulloch. CHIEF ADDRESS OF THE PRESIDENT. Secretary Harlan and 'lltorncj Gcncral Speed Define Their Positions. t CCMINO ELECTIONS IN THE NORTH Great Importance At tnclietl to Tliem. X2tO. Etc, Xltc, 12 to., HStOt Washington, May 23. The President and tho "varioin memtwrs of his Cabinet were serenaded to-night by the National Union :iub, attended by a very large coiieoune of citizens, number ing several thousands. The President was the Urst to be complimented in this way. In ac knowledgment ol it he came out In front of tho Executive Mansion, and standing en the coping ol the balustrade, he made a very brief speech. Hie appearance was tho signal for enthusiastic greetings, Hw words were as follows: THE PRESIDENT'! SPEECH. Fellow Citizens: In appearing before you this eveuiiig it is simply lor the purpose ol tcnJoring to you tny thanks, my sincere thanks, for this demonstration, anil...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 May 1866

TY INTELLIGENCE Additional City Inielligfiwe ate FifVi J'age. ' Episcopal Contention. In our fourth edition of yesterday we gave the proceedines ot the Convention up to the hour of the mora lL td)f)nninei)t. The Conventioj reassembled for business at 6 o'clock. t The rell of members abont at the opr-ntnir el the Convention beinjc called, a number ot clerical and lay deputies appeared and took their Beats. The minutes of Tuesday's session were read, and by unanimous couscnt, the following re port was read and directed to be entered on the ! minute of the first day's scHrlon: Tbe committee to whom wan referred the duty of preparing an approptiate record of the death ol our late revvrcd Diocesan, recognize the propriety of placlrir such a document in the forepart of our proccelinir. At the first session of the Convention, and on the first day of that session which wa cony'ied after his death.lt Is mete and rlaht that before its members ad dress themselves to thei? duties they should st...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 May 1866

THURSDAY, MAT 24, 18(56. A Flexible Dank Charter. Thb Nlghl-tloomlDft Ccrcus reveal Its beauties to the world but once in a century; but that flower of finance, the British banking system, prove its perfection by blossoming every de cade. In 1844 the Feel act was passed. In 1847 the bank broke its charter to avoid insol vency. In 1857 it did the same thing, and now again, in 1866, the operation Is repeated for a third time. On Friday, the 11th Instant, the Barjk ot England virtually suspended specie payment, and its total ruin was only preventod by a gross violation of its fundamental law. In order to give our readers a correct idea of the causes which lead to such a catastrophe, it is necessary for us to glance at the history of the institution. In 1706, what, now the Bunk secured, by a gigantic bribe, a monopoly a a joint stock bank ing as'oclbtion, which monopoly it has pre served by a system of loans to the Government, which candid people cannot but term bribes. The accumulation...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 May 1866

TUE DAILY EVENING TKLEGRArll.i'fllLADELl'IlIA. THURSDAY, i MAY 24, 18GG, CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional Local Items tee Tliird Page. EPISCOPAL CONVENTION. THIRD PAT'S raOCBHDINOS. This morning, at 9 o'olock, thn P. E. Coorentlon reaiwembied at tt. Andrea's Church tor morning j prayer, xusiiup ran iiremaeu. ivov. nr Iuaocs: ana Kev. Ur. Clero, oi Carlisle officiated. Rev. Or. Howe tnen preaohed snnnon npon "MinaloDH," prepared for the Board of Missions, and delivered t eiore ti,e Convention at Its request. Uu text wu from bt Luke ix. 8. "And tbey departed, and went through t towns, crouching tha Oospel, nd healing everywhere." Dr. Howe lelerreu to the universal practice of the Protestant Episcopal Church to inaugurate all her Synods with Divine services. But he thought tlint to devise and carry out measures tor extending the vospol of Jesus Christ ti rough tbe most authentic, latent, and most etticicnt medium to thoso who know not or regard not the lxrd who bought them. It was trul...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 May 1866

0 inE K1.W YOEK PEE33. IIUORIAL OPINIONS OF LEADING JC ti.A ALU VPON CURRENT IOPJVS. amnuD ltibt day for svmusq telkgraph. Wailike Mot cnts In Europe Ominous speccu 01 napoicou. From Ihe Herald. ' The pppck of war which a few weeks aco Arose (rom tue paltry Germnn quarrel over the DaDieh duchies haa grown lito heavy atid portentous cloud, overshadowing tne whole European continent. From the Bay of Biscay to the Black Sea there Is a general mustering the nations for war. The news by the Cuba is positively startling. Thus it appears that "the whole Prussian army. In great bodies of troops, is masked alone the frontiers;" that "Austria Is brtnginar into the field every man she can raise, and the whole nation is panting ter war;" that Italy is all ablae with her pre parations ior battle; that all the German States are arming; that rumors wern pievalent at Vienna that Russia had caueht the contagion, and was preparing lor a haud in the expected struggle; and that even the Sultan had take...

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. — 24 May 1866

I CUBAN INDEPENDENCE. Important Keyelauions Ra;ttrdlns; Revo lnilaarjr tiebvniei in tab-Flans) of h Knth A mt lean Allies to istrry ib Wr Home to kpMa-Au IbvmIou of Cnb rroiacd-Tli XaUlve Cubans Aaaloas to IT. cive ttto Allies. Tho Bticci-ps which baa attended the allied republics of South America aealnat their olil enemy and oppressor, Spain, has inspired the West India and Houth American colonies ot that power with a defire to bo treed (rem her yoke, nd we are reliably iniormcd of very formidable f 'reparations lor revolt, resistance, and rovolu Iod. The defeat of the Spanish fleet at (Jallao, its probabl" annihilation should it meet the Uwacar and Jndcpeiulencia, or its abandonment of ihe contest should it e?capo them, will etih Jurtber encourage these colonics to prompt action, and the now smouldering fires ol revolu tion may break out at any moment. THB GBOWINO 8TBBNQTU OF TUB SOUTH PACIFIC hEI'tJBLlCS. The alliance of the South Pacific coaHt States has grown lu strength from t...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 May 1866

8 AMUSEMENTS. A Km flTRnntT Thbatrk. -Miss Laey Rnshton ep Vred last evening as 'Juliana," is the liimrymton. linsually Ihli pieoe of lata n alwavs played la two arm, hut i le whole five wero given last evening. Miss Kuahtea lean exceedingly rirfeloped blonde, aot a handsome statn, bat a handsome caryatides, eh a tbe Komsms seal, tnred. she ia the very em bodiment l health and strength and animal beautv, yet la she not beautjtnl either la feature or expres. woo, or rather, a laek of expression ftivos a vacancy t ber laeo, wb'cn take away ail ln'onnt. En?, land praduors hundreds f snob line, hesttbv, -nnial, handsome apeclmont of womanhood, from bnihanov of comoexloo and magniHo 'noe or figure, tliev are dazz ini aud impoxtna;. Mim Rush ton, in the ninRuiflrent and tasteful dresses she wo art, dio-acs Ut lor a quoon, Is ret ly a most speu did sight, bucn drossos bare never before been on the stare; ther are all real in point of material, and bewildering in point or tasto and fashion....

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 May 1866

TH TIE H H ft A A O YOL. V.ITo. 12( PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 18G6. D0UI5LE SHEET- -THREE CENTS. THE LONDON PANIC. Crrflpndince Btwn the Gtvernftra I the Bank of Eaiilaod ..t Karl Ka Mil Effect of tti Sii-penslon of th Bank Charter Ac Hurt A boat tb llare ef TrfBl, Unrnejr A Co., Etc. The following Is H COnv of thel.d.ter nrlrlrnujori. on 'hellihins ant, by the Go ,ruorsol the Hank ol bugland to tie British (government, with a ; iviiKhfu aua ir. uiausione's letter, in replj , hut oriy.ing the buni 10 extend thoir inane oi notes: etdor it to be our duty to lav Oi lore the Government tlie laC re Itilltr to Ihn Pylrinrilnum rinmmirl- ... mi an. jp iflULAHU. navil. 1 S .Sir . a nnn- assistance which have been mads upon tbe Bauk of England to-dav, In consequeuce ol tlie iailure of wrsrs, werena, uuroey at io. Ve have advanced to the haukrs, blil-brokeri, rd merchant In London, dtir n.r the day, upward of loor milhong stori ng , upon the security ol Gov ernment stooa and bills 01 exch...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 May 1866

THE HEW YOEK PRESS. Ml 11 Olll AL OriMOKS OF LkADIXG JOURNALS UPON CURRENT 7 OF WO. COMPllin 1THT DAT FOR lVEIICt TM.TvjnAPk, Wat In Eniope-Revival of the Imperial (,'ame oi Napoleon tbe Great. Fmrn the Herald. The tittle speech of Napoleon at Auxerre has BtartM the llsteriinfr nations ol Europe. They will accept it as the signal of another imperial crtiade of the armies of France. He has played his part as the champion of pence, and now, a the living embodiment of war, Bed batle stamps his foot, and nations fool the shock. History repeats Itself. The restoration of the empire In France under Napoleon the Third means the revival of the Imperial game of Napo leon the First. As the Julius Casar of the nine teenth century Louis Napoleon, may be cintem platlns the empire of Augustus; but it is more probable that with Russia he meditates another division of Europe between an Eastern aud Wenlern empire. Since the fifth century of the Christian era, when the Western empire of Homo came to ...

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. — 25 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 186G. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City ItUeaiynee see JnfVi 1'age. City Councils. A regular mooting of City Councils was Odd .yesterday afternoon. delict Jiranch. President Jnmes Lynd in the chair. , The Chief Engineer of the Water Works pre sented a communication, plating that the pur thane of tbe (iermantown Water Works would reonlre an appropriation ot $841!)'98. Referred. the Committee on Cltj Property presented a report in favor of removing the Green House, and reported an ordinance making an appro priation of $1400 for the erection of a new Green House. An rce a to. Mr. Wsgner, from the snme committee, re ported a resolution requesting tu.it nieasur.-B be taken to make the Heading Railroad Company pay amounts due for ue oi the City Railroads. A.preed to. Mr. Wasrner, from the same committee, pre sented ft report f tating that inquiry hud been made into the alleged charge that the Trusties at the Gas Works bad paid...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 May 1866

trotting tMcgropli It published every afternoon Sunday excepted) at No, 108 8. Thhd itrttt, Price, Three Centi Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and milled to Subscribers out "f the city at Nine Dollars Per Avnvmi One Dollar and Fifty Cente for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordrred. To insure the Insertion of Advertisement! in all of our Edition, they mutt be fonearded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning, FRIDAY, MAY 25, I860. No Room for a Third Party. .Th time are not favorable to the formation of . a third party In politics. Th Issues of tho day are too momentous, too sharply defined, too well comprehended, to leave any ground for a third partv to stand upon. The Union party that party which carried the country safely and successfully through the wai maintains that In the reconstruction of the Union such guarantees must be obtained of the late Rebel State as shall effectually protect the country against...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 May 1866

LARGE FIRE IN HEW YORX r Destruction of the Hudson River Railroad Freight Depot Twenty Cars Burned and a Large Amount of Freight Loss $&O,O00. About rciilniRht we were Informed, thronirh wrpeant Kobiuson. of the Twcnty-slxta l're clnct, of a larite tire burninu in the vlclulty of Ihirty -second street and North river. We Itii.ue diatcly despatched ajMnr,icr bj sweial convey ance to that 1ocaliiyuen it was discovered that the Hudson River Railroad depot and a larire number of cais were in flame". e Are was disroveied shortly before 12 o clock. In the freight depot, where between 2000 and 3000 bnles of hay wrre stored. The fire burned rapidly and spread to a larere nuin bcr ol frclRht ca:s in close vicinity to the depat, all of which were loaded with rorn. potatoes, and other produce (nst brought from Albany. Ihe depot, with the hav, wis completely do stro.vrd, as was also about 20 cars, with all the contents. The total loss was estimated at about $50.0 )0, on which there was no I...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 May 1866

THE DAILY EVEK1KG TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 18GG. AN HOUR WITH CEWERAL GRANT. Ills View Vpom Mess ad Hfenaares. The editor of the LcwiMon Falls Joumul, now at Bhhiniton, recently rppnt an hour In the studio of the Maine artist Simmon, In conver sation with Oneral Grunt, and gives an int. retiri(r statement of the opinions cxprcHgett by him upon "men ami measures." Home people will doubt whether the General would unbosom himself co fully to a stranger when he is habitu ally io reticent; but we Rive tho story as we find it. The writer says: The General, who was dressed In a plain black civilian suit, had hardly removed lib hat Irom his head before he took a cierir from his pocket, lighted it, and lerim to pull out wreaths of smoke. "I am breaking olf from smoking," remarked Grant. "When I was in the tkld I firnoki'd eighteen or twenty cigars a day, but now I eiiioke only nine or ten I" The conversation turned to the Virginia campaigns of 1H',4 and 1805. "I notice," re n...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 May 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MAY 25, 18GG. Taeniae. The following, we underhand, are a few ol Ine applicants to Professor Blot lor private In struction: The bashful man, who wishes to learn the best method of 'toaHlnKM the ladies. Tbe man whose bloa "boiled with Indigna tion," to learn bow to "simmer down." A younji scapegrace, to know how to "sauce" gff ,URn witnoul Petting a "basting'' him- The speculator who has been "done brown," to know how to "dip in" without burning his lingers. The man who has no reputation at "steak," how to get one. A "raw" recruit to know what is the "riant dress," and that when he is "mustard" Into the army he ought to at once "pepper" the enemy, or await "a salt" (assault). A hungry individual, who disiikes "loa8ne," to become a "well bred" man. A man who has "kneaded" much in this life to know if drinking yeast will make him "rise" any faster. Country editors to learn how to re-"hash" an old article. Blot's Culinary Maxims. The p...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 May 1866

8 AMUSEMENTS. WAi.HtoT Strsit Thatb. -a. crowded house trsttied io i he appreciation in which Mr. Bjoth li he id, no muter in what character he appear, flig "Jat o" ii indeed character which la so closely Udiedatto bear Close analysing, each pot formance revealing tome new and subtlo thought, loma raas lerly action or expression. The thorough self-pos. esetcn or "Iago," bis dauntless daring In all hit U of Tillany, give treat grandeur to the. character, the grandeur that inspire fear, and not contempt. Booth's appearance and costume In the scene of the nrorder oi "Koderigo'substitutinr, the cypras striped burnous tor toe modern dressing gown, usually worn, was verr picturesque. Mr. Barron ft one ot the best "Othelloi" beyond the "starry" limits of our stage. He reads the prt admirab y, giving it earnest noss, poor,anddignlty. Mjis Graham, though wanting force in "Emilia," deserves praise for ber costume, which became her wel and was in the style of the period. M.iss Uer mou's "DcsJc...

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