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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 June 1866

f" L7 ErM,AF ILIA O VOU V.-No. 131. PHILADELPHIA, FEIDAY, JXJjSTE 1, 1866. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. i rA 11 a.. X THIRD EDITION NEVFENIANVARMOVEMENr ( HEAT EXCITEMENT ON THE BORDER. Tie Tenians Expected to Cross into Canada Last Night. SEIZURE OF All LIP IN VERMONT. The Toronto Military Ordered to be in Roadinoss. ii;am up on tiii: k.iilroai-s. The Canadians Admit that Gen. Sweeney Means Invasion. CAPTURE OF FORT ERIE BY FENIANS. Eie., Kio., Etc. JEte., etc.. Kits., Ktc- Toronto, C. W.. May 81 tba Daily Telegraph ot this city, lii its atieinoou edition, contains a -nespatcu from Hontrea , daaid to-day, winch savs ttiui one t' ousand stand 01 urms weie seized at St. Albans, Vt , yesteiday. They wero lound in boxes marked "maohim ry " J lie arms wete delivered up to tliu American authorities at Huriineton Coloum Dune received order tuis morning from Ottawa, the Beat ol governiuo t, to na ily all the military corps in lino district to be ready tor active service as soon as required, 1 ...

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. — 1 June 1866

TEE HEW YOEK PRESS. si 'jCTIal on mo as or lkadiag jtVLAALS U'OA IVRRKAT 70FWS OOMPIL1D lVtPT DAT FOR kVKHlKQ TKLTOVATH, The roller ot ftcstorntlon ConaciTatiTe Action ol the Senate. J'Ynm the Timet. The Seriate on Tuesday marie short work of what Mr. Stevens in the House declared to be the only one of the Couatltiulonal amendments reported by the Committee on Reconstruction for which he cared a "snnp of hi tin ire r.", It was the one which disfranchised until 1870 all in-the Southern States who had. at any time, given aid to 'he Robellion. The Scnata struck it out by a unanimous vote, and substituted for Jt a clause by which all who, after having sworn to support the Constitution of the United States, afterward?, in violation of that oath, joined the Ilebellion, are declared ineligible to office; and even this may be waived, so fnr as members ol Congress are concerned, upon the vote of two thirds of ttie members of either House. Sundry other amendments, ot no great importance were ...

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. — 1 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGKjMH. PHILADELPHIA, FIUDAY, JUNE 1, 1866. U1TY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City Ink.dcnoe tee Fifn Page. m i I Prockfdings in Counoilb. Tho Stated Meetirg of Councils was held yesterday after noon. Select Council. A communication was re ceived from the Chief Enulneer of the Water Works, In answer lo a rcKol'ition as to what con tracts have been plveu out and work done by the Department since the pawnee of the ordinance appropriating the one ni ill ion dollars loan for the extension of the Water Works. The en gineer report that the worit done in as follows: 30-mch main ia Poplar street; 20-inch main in WHHUinsrton street; crib in front of Fairmount dam; improvements at Delaware Works; 48-inch main from Fairmount to Corinthian avenue reservoir: 30-inch, main from Corinthian avenue to Kensington reservoir; Roxborough reservoir; engine at.. xboiouRh. Tne entire amount ex pended to f'ate Irom this loan is 1272,23877. Of this amount there was expended lor work and m...

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. — 1 June 1866

li published every ufternoon Sunday $ excepted) at tfo. 108 S. Third street. Price, Three Centi per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per v Week, payable to the Carrier, and miUed to i Subscribers out of the city at Aine Dollars Per Annum; One Dollar and Fifty Centi for Tw Months, invariably in culvance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 18(16. Tbe Philosophy of Onr Position. TnH Ane quote?, with apparent approval, some extracts from a recent lctlur written by General MiBTiNDAi.K to Senator Shermax. It parade certain truixms in it with (treat piuto, as thoutrh anybody doubted that the mass of the ttebela were, in a certain Bonne, "sincere.' But what of that? Does that niake the three hundred thau sand lives wc have sacrificed any the less precious, or the three thousand millions of dol lars we have spent any the less valuable? Since...

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. — 1 June 1866

1 1UE DAILY EVEN1KG TELEGHAril. PHILADELPHIA, Fill DAY, JUNK 1, 18(50. 5 Till! MT1 OiV A L CAPITAL Special Despatches to The Evening Telegraph. WAsnmnTON. Juno 1. Annulment of tha Revocation of t:xe ! I r. Tb e President ha unruled tho revocation of tho esequators of Charlos ISdward tlabicht, as Consul ot Sweden and Norway, at New York, and S. M. Swcn on, m Vice Consul of Sweden and Norway at New Orleans, and has rosioicd to them tho riHt to exo cute the functions a id privileges heretofore granted as c insular officers This act ot the l'r istdent it owing to the fact that n presentations have been made to him cnVcfuully rolicvinv those irontlomon from tbe charges of unlawful and unfr.outlly con duct heretofore etit'Ta.ned against thorn. Tli IMMort Hill Approval. The rusidout has approved the bill providing that hereafter pasport. snail be issued only to cut zen of the United 8' at;-.-. NuI"mhIimi of Fttila4. Business is suspended in all the Government and municipal departments, ami...

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. — 1 June 1866

THE DAILY EVEM G im(.I.AHI. 1 HllADELIIlU, FMIUY. JUInE 1, 16c6. OUR PARIS LETTER. Fnblla Naajfitiiae Upon (he lntle of Wt Vetdt Patriot-4Jnrlblell, tl Liberator Financial Natter aal the) Cb)lra Thsj Ilorabardnteat of Valpw . rle IIornKaclnsr Tbentrs Tnllp Haala Scraps mt t'atlaatal Nw, El.,Kte. Spettal Vorretpondence of" The Evening TeUgraph. Paris, May 18, 1866. ' ' I am torrj to fay tliat we arc sJH living Jn a tate of Buepense. We are cmstsntl? expecting to hear tbat the Oret shot ha, bern Bred, but up b the present time there ha been "Great cry and UtUt teoo.n In the tn"antlrae everything is at a stand still business, ourney of pleasure; and should things continue In thi way all the cummer, those who generally repair to Ems, Wiesbaden, Carlsbade, and Bagniercs, will have to remain quietly in Paris, and content themselves with taking seltzer water at the Trinkhalts now beiug set up on th Boulevards' where the Parisians may quench their thirst dur ing the hot days of summer We ar...

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. — 1 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1866. The LnM Hmption of Mount Etna. M. Fouqup, who vlaitod Sicily at the time or the last eruption of Mount Huh, lias published an inlerestiiii paper on the subject in tlie Jiccue ConUwjm'Oine. D sav-j- "Dunne; our Journey around Sicily the appear ance of the eruption bad been considerably modi fied. The lava, which Bcnind nearly stopped at the m went ol our departure, ha t suddenly ao quirt d new intensity a bom the middle of March. In tbeco'irsc ot t wo da h an mormons btream ot lava had tracrned the interval comprised be tween the Due Monti and Jlouut Crismio, and Ihcn pa.-s hk fchturd or that eminence, mil dashed into a deep ravine in the direction ot Linma firoma. It it lial continue. I no lor a lew hours lonpcr, the fiery element would have naturnlly j;ot into Hie mid si of vin-yaran and houses hv meiely following the tdopn ot the soil. Terror Man at its lii'igtituiiioiiirtlie people threat ened wlin the ciitasiro'.il...

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. — 1 June 1866

f Ckmftnuri from the First rag. well-defined (arrows ti.at lor long time m.irked h'g brow and seamed hi chneks are rapidly rlmappnar. inr, leaving a char untroubled look, indicative of porreot rrpore and tx aoe. I he upper Ho Is drawn P, and owing to the eoninnrd absence of his tfjoth, caunot be roplacod The nndor lip and general ton lour of the month are natural. CHAPLAlni. . Dr. French win be accompanied in robes br ct. Dauiei F. Warren, rector or Irinlty Chnrcu, Elizabeth, S. J , where General !cott was a constant auennsnt whon at home. Mr Warren states tbat -a mourn the General wa not communcant, he was a very devout nmn. Mr Warren savs:" I fra- ?nentt? talked with the General on reliioot topic ie ever manifested deep interest in re ivion, and waa notable or the earnpRtnoss with wnlch hn en tered into the rest ou a. ilia mfluonoe in the armv waa aiwaa lor a rimd nisorvanco ot the form and oerrmonv 01 the tjhuich " lie was a utronv Prntontanr. altlionsh In MatIra he attendid the ...

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. — 2 June 1866

ELE(K3RAF H H VOL. V.--No. 132. PHILADELPHIA, 8ATURDA.Y, JUNE Q, 1866. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. T IN TUB YOUNO AND RISING GENERA i Hon, the vegetativ powers ot lire are strong ; bat, In few years, how often the pallid hue, the lack-lustre eye, and emaciated torm. and the lmponsluillty of appli cation to mental effort, ihow Its banelal Influence I It soon becomes evident to the oboervor that some depress ing Influence Is checking the development of the body. Consumption Is talked or, and, perhspj,the youth is re moved from school and sent Into the country. This Is ene of the worst movements. Removed from ordinary diversion of the ever-changing scenes of tho city, the powers of the body too much enfeeb ed to give zest to healthful and rural exercise, thoughts are turned In wards upon themselves t the parent's heart bleeds In anxiety, and fancies the gravo but waiting lor Its victim. Alas! Increase of appetite has grown by what It fed on the energies of thelsystcm are prostrated, and ...

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. — 2 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAFIL PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 18C6. LIT ERATU K E . Campmons o rn Army op the Potomac. A Critical llintnrj ot Operntioni in Viminia. Maryland, and Ffntisvlvanla, trom the Com nietiermaiit to OkiCiObp ot the War, 18515. llv WilliBin 8winton. C. B. lUeunrJsou, New York, riiiladclnhi;: n'rr'nt?: National l'ubtiili insf Company, Wo. 507 Minor inert. Tho idea that oop voUitio of CIO paxes, "re floated within one yej.T alter the conclusion of the events narrated, and written by a ptiv.ile citizen, who has not had r.r eer to many ot the secret official documents, could bo the hiBtory of the Army ot tho Potomac, a f'"acy. We care not what the desire to be honct may be in the author's breart wo cnre not what Lis ean t'.on or what hi' las'li.ies ht a correspondent may h.ive been, the fuct ncvertliele-si true that time alone can enable a hNtorino to view eveut in a properly clear pnrt d'liutrrjtcJ liekt, and that the time necessary must exceed a year. Wliilo,' th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 June 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 2,. 1866. 3 CJTY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City IrUiVv,,nce fie Fifth 1'aqe. Charge of Smuggling. Before Uoiterl States Commis.i oner Bcrpcaut, ytstertlav, Captiin Amos Smith, ot tne orl Caroline Eddy, was charvrd with srrit?plin(. iho ttimonr was to tlio effect that niter tho rartro hud noon ml landed under the inspection of ttstom House officer Lleorgn K. W ice, t lie vessol wns towed to Kicinnoud to tike in load ot tual. From fntormatlon roccivel, tho Custom Houue oflicer was induced to visit tho brut at I'ort Richmond aud iounu in tne forecastle three tiarrcls and live bags ot sugar, which the captain denied all know ige of, and altributod to the crpw. The vessel had at that time b ?n clecred tor Kev West, mid iho capliun had Ins papers. There was also tisttmonv siiowin? that a borrol aud thrca qnartvn ot a tur.-e! ol uar und a birrol of mo lusbes, which had b en no:-J in thn manliest as ships stores, bad b'tu putashor...

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. — 2 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 18GG. It published every afternoon Sundnu excepted) at A'o. 108 S. Third street. Price, Three Cent Per Copy Double Sheet), or Eighteen Centt Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and miiled to Subtcrilier out of the city at Ai'ne Poltars Per Annum; One Dollar and Fifty (Vnt or Tw- Month, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To inture the Insertion of Advertisement in all of our Edition, they mutt be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Jlforninp. SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 18(1C. Have We an "Inqabutlon" Among Us? Thk Southern Journals are terribly exercised over tbe horrid torture to which President Davis has been subjected. That he hns been proved to be well fed, clothed, carefully tended, and allowed the privileges of literature, is, we are atwured, rather an aspravatlon than au amelioration of his condition. Tbe Richmond Times, In a column leader, plves ground tor the exciting Inquiry, "Ilava we an Inquisi...

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. — 2 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 1800. 5 CITY INTELLIOEN UE Fvr AMdUmal Local Ikm Bet Third rage. Tint Ska mdb Sfiawl. It miy perhaps not be ten. rally known that thi-re t' In Pniladelphia tnanoiartorv ot shaws in xephyr ani Horlin wool, that rtral In leaty and delicacy of texture the pro ductions of th looms ot Iranoe. On account ol their erpropriaUnes to watering placet thev have been christened "1 be 8ea-sWlo," aud ths liama in 'a sursrotive one. 1 hey are adapted 10 the heated airs ol sanimr, when persons are enjoplng thoir ofiuia rum dipnilnte in thxir "Cottage by the Sea." Thujr are ol great variety of pattern, ranging from entire simplicity to the most ornat- and elaborate styie. As specimens of 1'niladeiphla manufacture, they are worthy of limpection. Jt strikes us that th'ty are destined to take ihe place of the opera cloak when they are sufficiently well known. Alter makinf a minute examination ot an tho diriorent varieties we must say thai do h...

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. — 2 June 1866

c THE DAILY EVEK1NG TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 18CG. NUMBER LXX. A DWT FOR MENTAL DysI'BWIOS, AND A CCRI! 0R HT-rocilOIiDRlA, HY-POCRIT, OR ANY VOMTLAIKT OF A BY ORDER. W OUK SKIUKS EDITOH. AIJUNAC AHI DIARY. PHOBT METRE-ILLOGICAL OTWERVATIOlf g TOR TB WEAK. May. M0t(7. 2. Caipct (stores rrsolvo (o close at 6 o'clock, to allow thcr cierki time tor tu Ba-,0 nail entertainment iu the field, fcerore uitr, and to prcyem Dose Ball Parties alter capper. Tn("lay, 2. Freedmen'i Bnrcaa repaired and varnished by tlie Cabinet llakert in CoDirre-'. Ilia Epi'copal ( onven ion in Philadelphia attempt to vurnlsh over the dilT'rwice In ttio Church, Ho.th and Bouth, with some pis Copal Tarn sb. Wtdneiday, :$0.-Frnalor Cowan, In the. TJnitd Wa"'! Senate, aMts, -'It a Wipsy child, born In l'cniiHvlvauia, li a citizen ol that Stutof" J ho opinion wn,thut it wt) a citizen of a State of yaereney. ThortB.y. 31. Slophcns, tho Fenian Tycoon, holds forth at Au.ional Hall on the opnrossod stat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 2, 18GG. IIOR.tft HON NIMEItO NISI KtKEVAH, "1 number none but tho cloudless hours." The motto on a Sun tli it t at Venice. Thorp Mftnds, In the garden of old St. Mark, A sundial, quaint and arty, And it tnkfs uo neeu ol the houi' thnt In the dark Pass over it day by day; It ha stood for hut- nmoii'T the flowers, In the land of Ky and ionif "I number no.io 1)iit tlm cloudless hours, Its motto, the livelong day. So let my bcirt in the ca'de i of life ltn culondar cheer, ully keep, Taking no note of the sorrow and "trite Which in nlialow sttoss It rreep Conlcnt to dwell in this world of our. In the hope tlmt is twin with love, And liunibciinff none but the clotullcs hours, Till the day-spring dnwn trom above. William C'hosswhi.l Doanf. LONDON GOSsIp. LETTER FROM MRS. ANNA CORA MOWATT RITCHIE. The K)Nom Races Moat Racing on the Thames Between an KurIIhIi anil Aiuerl ua ('bsiupldu-Openlux of the Royal A"ilniy I'lte.MoNt Remarkable...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 June 1866

6 f Continued from the First jPfl?e.l PefTO, Assistant Quartermaa'cr. Grenrille E'y, JJrevi t Major 14th ew Ifork. Coionol Grant Wil son, Captain L. II. Warren, 17th infantry, Captain C Is. Meelhammer, 19ih Infantry, GoTernor Marcus L. Ward, or Mew Jersey; General Lewii Perrtne, General B. F. Stockton, Major Goneral Robert Mo Allister, of 8tff; Barker t-iummere, Clerk in Chan eery; H. N. Cona-er, Secretary ot State; Admiral J'aluier, Major-General Handlord, Major-Ueneral 11a I, Colonel Horatio N. King, Mayor Hoffman, and the w York Common Council delegation who subsequently, we nndorstand, jfav modorate dinner or lunch to General Grant), Colonel John B. Woodward, Colonel K. Le Gal, Gaaoral A. Duryea, mod a hot of others ot militia Tame whoso names adorn the roBter or the 1st Division Stale of Now York National Guard, and other States as well. That it was a notable array any one wit.i halt a hoad can rendily discover. The Hon. Vice-President and Speaker wore the customary whlta linen...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 4 June 1866

T n S(R1RAF U uL V.No 133. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JUNE 4, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE 'CENTS. K IN ILjNIT' T THIRD EDITION THE F FORT ERIE EXPEDITION A FAILURE About One Hundred Fenians Captured by the Canadians. THEY WANT TO HANG THE CAPTIVES. Results of tlic Battle of Kldgcway. OTHER MOVEMENTS LOOKED FOR. Groat Excitement in Montreal. VARIOUS POINTS ON THE ST. LAW RENCE THREATENED. Vif?ilnneo oi tlio United Stntcs Troops. CEN. SWEENEY ON HIS WAY TO THE FRONT. Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.. -Etc. Buffalo, June 31 P. M. From four o'clock this morning immense crowds have lined the American bunk of the river, hi expectation of witnessing another engagement oa the part of the Fenians with either the volunteers or regu lars. At that time strangling parties of Keniaus had just landed, and were drugging themselves towaids the city, and a number ot skiffs were bringing others across. By this means over two hundred and Qtty men ot the Fenian army were landed, the rest havinn been arrested b...

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. — 4 June 1866

V THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JUNE 4, 18GG. THE K4SW YORK FBESS. Mi J1CEIAL CTINIONS OF LhAflJXG JOURNALS ErOH IVHRkNT 101' ICS. oovnun xvirt bat ron iTtMNo tklforaph. The Fenian Invasion ol Canada. ttm the World, Tl a Fenian movement on the Niiisura river '13 cither feint, or ii is an act of lool-hurd v des peration. As the Feuiuns ypil their deslatM, wc cau leason only on what Is disclosed; and notiilng which Is yet disclosed relieve thorn from the appearance ol a willinaness 10 pi.-rpe-traie pratuitoua'inlsclilcf. There was, on Friday, a pompons teleir ram from Hullalo, statins? that the Fenians had crowed the Niagara river and caplnrcd Fort F.rle. The captnro of a British lort sounds bis; but to persons acquainted with the locality it will appear au empty and ridicu lous boast, equally di 'houe&t and vainglorious. Fort Eric is no fort at all, uny more than Fort Lee ou the IIudHon, where ft reriiilu clas of jileiisure-seckers ir jiu tliin city co, ol a ...

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. — 4 June 1866

I 1 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JUNE 4, 1866. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City Inlellumwe see Fifi Paw. Tub Gkand Excursion of the Vroi i.aht Firk Company. The Vltdlnnt Knjrine Company of this city propose making ote of the most e tend ve pleitsurp trip ever undertaken by any tire company In tha United States. About !lxty of the mcinliprs intend pointr, accompanied by a band ot eighteen pieces. t;olon;l Kicuard T. Wellinetoii will bo thn marshal.' The beauti ful hose carriage of the Vigilant In bt'D ct hand somely done p for the occasion. It was in tended nt tir"t to take the utenmcr aloDz also, but this they fcave concluded not to do, for fear it may be injured while passing through the many tunnels and bridaes which abound alonji the route. The excursionists will leave Phila delphia, tor Pittfbnr?, on Sunday evenine, the 17tti in-tant, where they intend remaining the following day and evening, the guests of the Vigilant' of that city. On Tuesday they le...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 4 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA. MONDAY, JUNE 4, 18CC. feting dcgtann MONDAY, JUNE 4, 18(16. How the Fenian Invasion Must End. Our contemporaries are filling thoir columns With vast display headinsra on "War," "The New War," and other belligerent designations, for tlio effort of the Fenians to invade the Canada. The public look with Interest on every despatch, and an opinion is bein? fastened on the commu n Ity that the attack on Fort Erie is really the Initiation of a new contest. Through the In terest excited, and the attention paid to tho effort, the popular mind is turned away from a calm contemplation of what must, ncccsarllv, be the issue of such an abortion a an attempt to capture Ihi1 piovinces by an unrecognized and insu8taliied body oi men banded toather as a secret society. Let us not bo deluded with the number of despatches, or the rumored size ot the Invodinpf columns, but look dlapasonaly at what reason must reveal to be the inevitable lesult The Brotherhood, ...

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