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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 May 1866

TLD H H ml VOL. V.-No. 126. IPPIILA-DELlPIItA, SATURDAY, MAY 20, 18G6. DOUBLE SIIKET TItHEE CENTS. U A "IN THE TOUSO AND RISING (JENERA tlcn, the vcgotatlvt power ot llfo are s'roog s but, In few yean, how often the pallid hue, the lack-lustre eye, end emaciated form, and the lnipoMlulllty of appli cation to mental effort, show Its baneful Influence! It soon becomes evident to the observer that some depress ing Influence i checking the development of the body. Conno m ptloo If talked of, and, perha a , the youth re naved from school and sent Into tho country. Tblf la one of the worst movements: Ketnoved f-otn ordinary dlvcrslot a of the ever-ckanittng scenes of tho elty, the powers the body too much enfeeb ed to give zest to healthful and rural exercise, thoughts are turned In wards upon themselves; the parent's heart bleeds la anxiety, and fancies the grave but waiting lor Its victim. Alast Increase of appetite ha grown by whtft It fed on (be energies at thclsystein are prostrate, ...

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. — 26 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MAY 20, s 1806. LITERATURE Chawdos. A Novel. By "Oulda." J. D. Lip pmcott A Co. "Ouida" has (riven us three novels, each of Which attracted attention on Its first appearance, tut none of which poseesg tlio elements of per manent popularity. The literary world was Ptartled by the appearance of " Granville ie Vieiie," f ome vonrs ao; it was pleasantly scandalized by tho avidity with which "Strath juore" was sought alter In the early part of the winter, and we predict lor "Chandos" a popu larity as great and a transient as.llB predecessors. The story is written In s style which we may aptly term literary champagne. It is light, frothy, brilliant, and sparkling. It seems as though such characters as are do ecrtbed would "naturally talk In )ust the very manner which "Ouida" portrays. We are at a loss to judge of the iexof tho author or authoress from the work, and have hardly any more clue Ihan that found In the nom de plume. If It is ...

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. — 26 May 1866

UITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City Inieitiynoc see Fifth Page. Religious News. Interesting Southern motion. The following Iftt. rwill mlly account tfr the Interest felt by many of our citizens in too work ot the American Union Commission of rennsjlvania and New Jersey. It conies from their atrcnt, K. 11. Adam: Atlasta, Ga., Majr 21. 1806. Joseph Baknr, Esq., Secretary Sirj Tho aoliools at Atlanta are ftivinir universal satisiaction. ThM moruluir' 1 viHlied them in company wuu two prominont on. tlemen ol this ony. l liey wore highly pioaoodi ihny pniiBiiPd the entorprlso, nnd encouraged tie Hachcia and scholars. One remarked thus: "Mr Aiiam. your schoo hnvo saved us mo dixirraceof a dozen aalluws." otner remarks woro, "We are more than pleaacd." "I uovor saw uoh order" i inly there aie many Jewels inns taken from the dirt. ' I received a letter from the Key. A. Gladlvfn. ml. noi.ai v senr into tho Nout.i from the American Ban tist I ublicatiou Society. I lorwrd vou mi nxam copy : ...

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. — 26 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELKGRAril PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MAY 20, I860. SATURDAY, MAT 28, 1806. Will the Presbyterian Church Stand True I Wi have heard within the last low days Chris tian gentlemen, men of known probity and up posed Intelligence, say, with the longest possible faces, that the difficulty at present agitating the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Cburch is contrary to the doctrines of the Gospel, and savors rather of the world, the flesh, and the devil, than of Christian charity. They desire peace at every hazard, and would rather have the cankering worm of treason hidden securely beneath an outward semblance of verdancy, than that the bough should be cut oil" and the whole tree purified and saved. Some states man haa said, "that whosoever sicrirtccs principles for peace deserve to lose both peace and principles;" and we, therefore, welcome th'! discussion at St. Louis as far preferable to the whited sepulchre which was erected by another denomination In our own city 'a...

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. — 26 May 1866

FOURTH EDITION FROM WASHINGTON THIS AFTERNOON. Our Special JDe&patelicN. WjniNaToN. May 2G. J IT. U' Trial Postponed. The trial of Jeff Davis wia not take place until October, if at all. Raphael Sfinm. Raphael! Sommes Lai arrivod In Washington. Ihe Report ou K-ormtructlou la tlie Hamate. At the Senatorial caucus be d yesterday, It was ascertained that a two-thirds vote and something over could be obtainod for the reconstruction moa auresot the Committee of Fifteon, with the third section etrcktn out. Various substitutes lor the third section were ditcusioa, but that most favircd was one torever excluding irom Federal ofltco those who dosertod the Unitod States Congress and United States army and navy to Join the Rebels; a'go the members or tlm f7nn forlorn In f opma Confederate diplomatic agents, and Confederate officers of the rank ot General, Lieutenant-Ueneral. juajur-ueucrai, ana ttrigadior-Ueuoral. Frecdmeu in A r u Captain Abcll, Suporintcndont of tlio Froedmon's Bureau in...

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. — 26 May 1866

THE DAILY EVEMKG TELECRArU. PJJILABELPIIIA, SATURDAY, MAY" 2G, 18GG. 0)n NUMBER LXIX. A IIKT FOR MENTAL DYRPBPTIOrl, AND A CUB FOR HY-POCHONDRIA, HY-POCRIHY, OR ANY COMPLAINT OF A BY, ORDER. UY OUIl SKHIKS EDlTOIi. ALMANAC A Wis OIABT. fctlOKT MKTRB-ILLOGlCAIt OBSERVATIONS FOB TIM WKAK. May. If d7, 91. The Episcopal Convention In ses' Won. 1 hey accept an Invitation to visit the Union lRirue Rooms, fno Bishop explaiuod his Policy ot Resurrection. Tnil7, 22. General U. F. Bntlor olectprl Major-Goneral of Massachusetts miilia. Hav ing had uch (fond succes with Kino- Cotton, be purposes trjinir his hand on shoddy. Wednesday, 23. (irnnd tunmlt in Washington of the Axe and Oivan grinders. The Oovorn monk organs ntTform the colebra'cd air, "Hall to tne chief whoo pa? in adranco is " Thn rati ny, a I. -CIiy Councils ranet, and waiti a great quantify ot gas in en earing in the Ua J rust business. Tuo Committee turn over a new leaf, but find the samo ige on it. Friday, 2.1. Arrvul of John Mo...

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. — 26 May 1866

ELOPEMENT EXTRAORDINARY. AJW Yorl Merchant nmert III Wife, ria wltli Jil Urituticlnnirlitor, nnd Tnhca the Ntnmer fet Europe-m I'artl lliKbl connected in 1'aahlon ble wni Political llrclesj-Th Trnaat Haabnndl Ircenmpa wltn Ills , Wlfo'N Kroiiy Another Chapter la the So Clal l ife of the IHetropolla. A most singular In fact, under all the clrcum stances, an unpreccdonte I case of gonial crime has recently transpired in our midst, which illustrates lorcibly the oit-uttered adage that 'truth is Btranftor than Cctiou." The history of the case atibrda examples of trusting love, cold blooded treachery, and heart Jess lrHUd such as are noi often presented. Ktlorts are being made, we understand, to shield the guilty man, or, at least, to hide his sin from the world at largo. But as it will be morally Impossible, Irotn the social standing of one !f the parties, to conceal the matter for any length 1 time, and as alike the interests of society and ympafhy lor an estimable lady, foully and irr...

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. — 26 May 1866

8 AMUSEMENT?. Mr Isaac L. Rick h arbwei.l Concert. This yonnp gnmlcman in already well known in musical circhsasan accomplished and brilliant prrlormer en the piano, bii annual concerts and other oooa mona havina a (lorded him frequent opportunities to bo heaid in public Hut lift ambition will not per mit bim to reft satisUod wlib Ins present portion, and be denrea to go abroad to measure blrosolf br ibe standard and to raise hinu I to the level of the great prolossori of bis instrument residing in the Jeadinv cities and capitals of Ksrope. Hnnoe the farewell concert. A larre number ol eminent pro Jesmonal friends will awst bim on this oooaiion, and it Is hoied that he may be greeted by an oversowing audience, as he deserves to bo. With so many In tiicsie qua Ides and merits as belong to yonnir KIcp. it Is a wise purpose on the put ol bis parents and Jrlends to send him to Km ope, for, although but a boy, be hns ripe judgment and mature thought on the rubjoctot iiiuhio, and is witha...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 28 May 1866

rm CD "FT o VOL. V.-No. 127 PHILADELPHIA, MONDAy, MAY 28, 180G. DOULLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. TNG TBI EUROPE. iViiTi.n.nn. u-irirn-Lnj-u- jb LATEST NEWS IJY THE "CITY OF BOSTO' AND i,Erpo. THE ENGLISH MONEY PANIC More liimueiiil XuiluroM. THE CHOLERA AND THE RINDERPEST. The Great War Problem. IMMENSE PREPARATIONS OF AUSTRIA. Attempt to Secure Pence TI1II EAT KING ATTITUDE OF ITALY AND PRUSSIA. Et... i2tO. tO., KtC, XtO. THE MONEY PANIC. ccm;mdancb otubqciet ih londom-failure os" tbk co.vmkkcial bank lokpokatioh og 1MJ1A HAUlLIIIi. OF WAkEglKLD, MASH fc CO. ACTIVk DKMAtD FOK SPHl'IB FOB IUU COMTI-MT-1UK IIATKOP UISOUUAT MA1MTA1KK0 AT TIN PKtt CKMT , kTO KTO. Tho City of Boston reports that the abatcmont of the gnat money paii'O excrement in kugiaud con tinued 10 prevail at the latest moment, uu the 17th 01 Jda. THE SITUATION OX 'CnANGE From the Lrtidon Timet (Ct'y Article), May 10. The psnio begins to abate, and tlie indications in crease that, although many difficulties must ret bo look...

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. — 28 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAFII. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MAY 28, I860. THE MEW YOKK PRESS. UllCRlAL 'OPINIONS OF LhADING dOVRNAL8 HON CURRKNTIOFWS. covpuiD ivrr.T pat fob wbmko TRLFonAPii, Executire Tower. Fr: m the Tribune. The tendency of the present diseiimion upon tli" limitations of executives power (rocs to pIiot that in roanj r?snects H tfl tin open question. In the early history of the country, it was con tended by leadini? statesmen that the power of removal and Appointment was jointly held by the Senate and the Executive, just as the treaty mnklrg power Is now held. In those days, however, our national politic had not been degraded to the base U'Tb of making Oovcrnnieit sci vice the reward of political gubsorvlency. It was reserved lor President Jackson to give the Constitution a violent lnterpictntion to assume that his personal will should govern every ofll cial selection; that men who had served tb nation faithfully, who bore the scars of honor abln battle, should be dismiss...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 28 May 1866

CITY INTELLIGENCE f'vr Additional City Inlelliimoe see Kft't i'.rce, Tnic Sotrrn Street Bbidqk. Several inure uuiiDcus piisMi-u a resolution in structing the Committee on Survevg to take Into ont1eration ail acts of Assembly remting to tlie constructiou of a bridge across tlio Scliuvl kill river, at South street. The committee met, nd in ar-cordunco with a resolution, the Chief Knirmrer has prepared, a report upon the eub Ject, which i now In the possession of the f f I T 1 1 m 1 1 1 dii nnrl u i 1 1 tin mi K..i n.. t r . 1 - bv them. The Chief Knplncer, in his report, Mates that in May, 1801, the Legislature passed an act requiring the erection of a brid'e at South street, providing the cost fhould not pxceod $260,000. Nothing was done by Councils In tho premises until April, 18C4. when the Chief hta'lneer was directed to prepare a plan and estimate. The report ns presented April 16, 1865, pliowin tho approximate cost would be f MKJ.OOO, Here everything rested until the i.w .T, ,nA...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 28 May 1866

TIIK DAILY EVENING- TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MAY 28, iSGG. feting Icptiili Is publinhed every afternoon (Sunday I excepted) at No. 108 8. Third ttreet. Price, three Cents Per Copy Double Sheet), or Eighteen Centi Par Week, payable to the Carrier, and milled to Subscribere out rf the city at Nine Hollars Per Annum; One DUiar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period otdtred. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of cur Editintis, they mutt be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Mornina. MONDAY, MAT 28, 18fiC. Ig tbe War to be Renewed ?' Hon. Roehht Dalh Owen aud tbe New York Times est J uot low engaged In a hcatcl dhcus eion as to the result of tbe failure of tbe Consti tutional amendment forcing the basis of reprr tcntatlon on the numbrr of voter. Mr. Owbm contends that the gross Injustice which the North would suffer under the old sypteon would ting; the people to rene w tbe war in order to secure their rich's. Tbe Tim...

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. — 28 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MAY 28, 18G6. Depredations on American Commerce by frivatects. From the annual report of the Chamber of Commerce of New York city, for tho year 1H06, we learu that, from tho outbreak of the Rebel lion in 1861 to the surrenderor the Shenandoah, November 6. 18C5, there were 25 Rebel Drlva teers engaged in the work of destroying Ameri can vessels. Of these privateers, there wor 11 steamers, 0 barques, 1 britr, and 6 schooners. inn Alabama capnitett z Bteameri, 34 ships, 22 barques, 6 brig, and 6 schooners. Tiio r'torida cnpturd 1 steamer, 10 ship. 2D barque, 8 bri?f, and 7 schooners. The dltmandoafi 10 anlpc'25 barque , 1 brig, and 2 schooners. The Georgia 8 ships and 2 barques The tmnlcr 4 ships, 10 barques, S brls, and 5 schooner. The TaUa hastirc 1 steamer, 4 ships, 4 barques, 2 brigs, and 13 febooners. The lacowj 3 -.hips, 1 barque, 7 trips, and 9 schooners. Total number of steamers, ships, burques. brlas, and schooners , captured,...

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. — 28 May 1866

THE MAY' 28,' 18G6. OUR PARIS LETTER. rrlln nad Politics Tti Scourge r War laovltoble The S motion in Clorinauy, Italy, od Anairla Count Blamarb-Paris Goaalp Adellu. Pattl, f.Ut. Hr. Special Corrttpontlenct of The Evening Telegraph Paris, May 11, 1S0G. Politic now lake up the whole time of the Tarisliins, and very little attention la paid by them to the pleasures of the Bois do Boulogne, or other Parisian delights. We are now, one and all, studying the map of Germany, as our geofrraphy was gehiug rather rusty with repoct to the positions of Wotfenbuttel, llevtz, and other outlandish names. All the armies are now on a war footing in the lniid of sauerkraut, and in Italy all men who are able to bear arm are np and doing. Prussia, Austria,' and Italy are all jrrowlinjr at each o.uer, but none has as yet had the courage to begin. Who is to bell the cat ? A month njjo the Idea of a European war was quite, laufilied at, as it was said that llapsbiin? aud il regnlantuomo were too poor to t...

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. — 28 May 1866

AERIAL NAVIGATION. - -inj or rrieudst la me "Atireoa" Their Safe Helam Oeacrlptlou of tbe T.ie loiiR-antlcipated attempt Bttvriat oaviea iiou, wnicu it was pevpral weeks ago promised r,Tr rarf 0!' mould witness, nan at lanvu iuu. ' auoui 4 o clock C8tt;r(Jav ouuiiioon. nr. soionon Andrew,- the Inventor and constructor ot the- "Flvine Ship," of which a trill aonmmt a .... ns..,. I 1 , n , ' . -r..v..... kmiiu in iuu .irtowrtcaiew weeks Binre , orcoinpanicd by a party of IriendsBtnrtl U11 "is apparatus to n uke tho trial which he lias i-uiiri'iiicu Knnn ot considered the crucial tost ot the correctness or fallacy ol his theories ot aerial navigation. The ascent wa made lrora .o iu)iUune ctiict of d'reene and ik.nb.uii nuicir., wnete me apparatus ha been ior several wecus on exhibition. Iho part? of 'A - IBI.-U jur. Auarews and ftlew. Hn7nM0.7,tC-,W;.i,,u'I'b' und Waldo Hill. So quietly had all tho arranLoments been made flint vcrv few persons besides 1 he travellers themse ves were aw...

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. — 28 May 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MAY 28, 1866, LETTER FROM BALTIMORE. Trial 9t J IT. DavU-Th TJnlon Party Rpllt TIm Hew rndlD L.a-Dealt) f Prominent Clile Bradley, tb Colored AUrMy. Kt. Special Oort pan deuce of The Evening TeU graph. BLTiMORk, May 27, 1806. J tee Ik treat deal said In the public prints in refer ence to the trial of Jeff. Darts. I bare hero to lore spreufd the belief that he would never be brought t trial, because, tl there bad boon a serious desire to bring (hat rcb traitor to Justice, It could bare been done Ion ago. During and after the war, mou as good, and pro kabl j leas guilt y than he tbelr lives betn g as precious totbem a that ot Mr. Davis could po'sbly be to blm wrro brought promptly before military com IMssions and courts martial, tried, convicted, and punished. That miserable wretch, Wirts, Is an ex. amplo In point. Iio was hung for ill-treating a few Union prisoners at Andor.onville, whilst Jeff. Davis kept thirty thousand of them t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 29 May 1866

TE rm H A VOL. V.-No. 128. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MAY 20, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. 11 w HIE BOUHGAXAXI ELOPEMEXT. Further Details The Successive pnases or trie Italian Adventu rer'sCourtship and Marriage New Developments-A Down Town Merchant Involved In a Conspiracy to Ex tort Moneys-Bourganani as a "Sneak Thief" -Mis Utter Depravity. In our issue of yesterday we srave a general outline ot this now tiotGrmiifl rutA. arid nf thp history of the party principally concerned. We miv mxvi mc u jiv, iiuiu aiiiueuuo sources, Ituthcr and UitnrestiKg details of the early his tory of the Italian Bourganani (in connection wan nis courtship and innrriaL't! ol the widow Ot General Luton), and uljosomi; new pecuniary yt'iMuuui (iiHeiosures not, jet uiaae puuiir. Mrs. Ceneral Katon was oricinally a MUs Mnr- Caret O'Neil. Hfliidhrnr of Williim i' NI..I I nr n asbinpton. 8he was marriel at an early' utre to Purser Timbei lake alter wards to General fcaton aho died, leaving her a wealthy, fash ...

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. — 29 May 1866

MAY. 29, JL8GG. THE NEW YORK PRESS. TUTORIAL OPINIONS OF LEADING otlRNALS UPON CURRENT TOPICS. CCKPIIID ITir.T DAY Kin EVEMt.0 TELEORAPII Later News liom Euiope-State of A flairs. Prvm the lUiald. V.e received .yesterday bv tbo steamship City of Lobton, from Qtit'ciietown, two days' later news than that which, wo Iniu before our readers vu SunJuy, by tlie America and Saxonia. The. di.U by the City of JJoston are up to May 17. The news bears a more hopoiul aspect, both with regard to the question of war and the fini.ucial stnte ot aflairs, although there had been little chnnce. While mutters were not getting wor.e, apparently, there was room for lioi.e; and this suppunhion of threatened evil Hayed in some degiee apprehension and ex citement. The newest feature about the war question is found in a popular demonstration in Uerlin asblnst the policy of the Prussian government and in the extraordinary armament of Austria. Llecliong are to take place shortly in Prussia, una Itoui the publ...

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. — 29 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MAY 29, 18CG. (J l T Y J N T 10 Ij Ij I (i JO N C JO i'w Additional Cili) luteAlni-nt tie J.fii Pmjr. ritEPAitiso Foii the ''FornTU." A meeting ot the "Veteran Artillery HeK'unenK' of the Stiitcwii-i held lat evening at Ton Hall, Third street, above Willow. The meetic was culled to order by Lieuti Hint Colonel Obertciil ler, of the 'id At'iiUcry. Tho Military Commit tee Appointed by the laft niee'iiiK mniie a report Bs to tho practicability ot s:eiirin trie neee;i.nry pnriB lor firma a sulnte on the occasion of the pieseniation ol the veteran PtiuulnriM, on the 4th ol July next. The kiius and all nrcet-siiry equip ments and ammunition can be procured ot the city, and this oisanization will undoubtedly b cekctcd to lire the fialute. KiToi ta wdl be Hindu to procure uniforms moti'ili from the Govern ment to equip onous'i men to man a battery on the orca-iion, and a commit tee wa appointed to center with the proper per-orn with a view...

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. — 29 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MAY 29, 186G. I) . , it a Is published every afternoon (Sunday excepted) at No. 108 8. Third ttreet. Price, Three Cents rer Copy ( Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and miiled to Subscriber out " the city at Sine Dollar Per Annum; One DUIar and Fifty Cent for Two if onhi, invariably in advance for the period or A red. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Edition, they mutt be forwarded to ow offlnc not loUr than 10 o'clock each Morning. TUESDAY, MAY 29, 18(58. Shall United States Bonds be Taxed ? Wb have hoietoore otsitted all reference to tho recent speech ot II .n. John Sherman, until an authorized copy of his address should come to hand. Such a one has been placed before ust but at the Fame time so ablo a com pond mm ot' the whole address fiom the New York Evening Fast, that we cannot do better than merely republish tho synopsis as given In our New Yoric contemporary: "Mr. fcHKU...

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