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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 4 June 1866

TDE DAILY EVENING TELKG 11 AVU. PHIL AD ELPII1 A, MONDAY, JUNE 4, 18GG. f Continued from (he First Paye. i The ifexlci.n volunteers ho were disembarked here ' committed various excesses In toe town, and wero ohlM d to b sent oft by trmn under military ecort. 01 1 B blin, Mav The Prussian Government hasp'- nit ltcd the expirmtloii until the first of octubi-r nex', ' of corn hay. orstraw, across tho frontier from 'he Vis tula, near i horn (Incusive yi to the rontler bordering , on the kingdom o iaxcny, near Sddenburg. 'J bo rrotnhiil n will aUu apply to exportation across gm h o her parts or the Prussian irontlrrs as border on these 6aies ol the Zollvereln whlco ihall relusa to de . cr t a sunllnr prohibition Munich, May 22. n order has been Issued according tov-hchalt the fleld-bosplta's and coimn'ssarlat do pi.r.'ment.s ba I receiv- thvir iiillcmnlninontol olllcer ' Several hundred officer and ihree hundred aid elghti - I one nmi commDslonod oltloeis have been promoted. asskl. Way 2...

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. — 4 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JUNE 4, 18G6. LATE NEWS FROM PARIS. JMahlDK n Hero or an AinMln-Terrible Carter of HnrilerrM-Mi Kill Twenty Men within Fonr Month Military CorrciiponUenca of the Paris Joiirbnls. Pima, May 15. In recent letter I gave ome account, ol i'hiliiiic, the man who is now In coutini mm! at .Muziin (the Tana Tuinta), await ing trial lor the .erpctraiiin ot evj!tet.n as aBninat!oiis. The putrons of our mrlo-draiiitihc thcattPS complain that the autoorc who cater to their peculiar taste are deficient in imar, nation, nnil aie coiitnuiHlly serving up to them iho ?atno aid play, with the same old incideiits of plot, only rehashed and transposed, with no more than a chunire of title. Ho it is with the crimes of real lite, as well R3 those of the mimic scene there is nothing npw under the mn. Tlie wretch 1'robst, no doubt, wins to you, in America, the niot leroeious Incarnation of the saneuinarv villain; lint the Frenchman Philippe far out strips i...

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. — 4 June 1866

1 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JUNE 4, 18G6: i J LETTER FROM BALTIMORE. TBS BtJUDAY LAW ITS WOK KIR Off IT8 tTHCONSTt TUTlON ALITY A If D IN PKRATIVKSK8S ITS LK G4I.ITT TO UK TKhTF.n MR BTKPHKOB, Tilt HKAI CKNTBK, AT BAKBUM'S THK IKMiJ XCI IK MRNT l'OLU'ICAL AFFAIUS OOVKUXOK 8WANS, UTO. KTO. Special Lorreupmulence of Tim Evening Teltriraph. Baltimore, Juno 8, 106. The new "Sunday Law," paused at the lat session Of oar Lcgi.-laturo, wont Into operation to-day. It id especially puritanical and stringent. Spirituous liquors of all kind, lncluumg alo, lager beer, cider, and even, mineral water cannot Le disposed of not even (riven away without violating the law. Hotel, keepers dare not sond strong drinks to their guc. ts, Harbors and livery stai lo keepers alone aro exompt. Neither cigars, suull', nor tobacco, m any shape, i Can be disposed of. Ilenco. all shops horctjloro dpen, ol this kind, to accommodate tho public, are closed. Apothecary establishment are preve...

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. — 4 June 1866

8 The Trial f Jcfl. Daris. mm okdih to onit cOPt juchmoiid pro- JltCT OF DAV1B' COCHKL HIS fZOSAW Jul' LI4SR, ETC. Richmond, June 8 Any Indications of proba Ho or po.gibie trial of Jefferson Davis are at prnsont neoeesonly vague. No one in the ear iu official entree or amoni: the Immediate) couuel ol the pil oner ia able to intimate at what time the trial may take place. Inetuual authorities eoek tor informa tion ratber than protest to impart it. 1 he town is quiet, and barely rumor pievails of the (ioTem mom's Intention. We even bear that Mr, Davis (snot to be tried at all ; certainly pot now, or belore October or December. xoept br the n.ere presence of hi counsel, the prisoner himself lias received no official forewarning, while acconhnf to the act of Congress he must receive a copy 01 tho chnrires and a list 01 the Jii'Ois fceiore the trial can occur. Iho Court over which Judge Underwood presides, is to meet to morrow, and such procee dinvs as (hero will take place may throw bet...

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. — 5 June 1866

E(G-1RAF H VOL. V.No. 134 PIIILAISIPHI, TUESDAY, JTJDSTE 5, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. Y I1.NT p 1 JJjjlLd. THIRD EDITION A . .. ... FENIAN INVASION Latent Report Irora tlo IVortlieru. ITrontler. Increasing Excitement Among the "Kanucks." Madame Rumor at Work with. All Her Tongues. Sweeney's Castles in the Air. British Regulars Bursting the Babbles Earnest Endeavors to Force Our Govern ment into the Muddle. 'Those Plans" Developing Xfe., Etc., Etc, Etc., Etc, Etc., Etc. Another Invasion of Canada Projected A Fenian Spy tm be Shot United Btatra t onanl Insulted by tbe Kanaeka Terrible Scare at Montreal The City Full of Bpls Whereabouts of Sweeney mad bis Hen, Etc. Etc. Niw York. June 5 A special from Buffalo states that another Fenian spy was to be shot at Fort Erie tl is morning. A large qnantlty of arms at P. O. Day's was seized ye terday. A speoial from Antwerp, New York, states that the Fenians are moving trom Malone, an are said to have artillery. Another Buffalo special sa...

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. — 5 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHlXADELPIiI A, TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 18G6. TIIE NEW YORK PRESS. ymoniAL opinion: or leading JOURNALS UJ'ON CURRENT TOPIW.. tOMPlLlD IV I. Y DAT.IT.It E7I.MKO TLLKOUaPH. $25,000,000. fmtn the Tribune. hiring the three weok" crulin;; with Satiinlny, Jui.o 2. tbe ofliclull.y tlenlHred exports of gold Ire" fhia pon were raihor over thaa under $2&,oiia,00n. Dunn,' fh.la month, the pre inlrni on pold Las prettv steadily appreciated; becmnlng at 2(iJ and ending at 414 r llieBe bo grave (nctv r They are lull of admtv riitli n. Had our currency- been based on specie, nuHi a drull upon us fox coin would have dim n inh.'d aU current value from 10 to 23 per cnt., causing very general fnibarnpument, if not atao Into stagnation. As it In, the result is a sudden deriiiiBoment of value, les obviously disiwtrous only beeaue the loss i thrown on the creditor intbrr than the debtor interest, et no less per nieiousand dpniorali.lnrr. We cannot sober down, the ireiicral mind...

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. — 5 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGKAPII. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JUNK 5, 18GG. MATTERS OVER THE RIVttB. ; Annual Wektino. The fl'ty-flrst annual meeting oi the Cumberland Cowry Hililn .so ciety whf recently held at Deertiel'l, a. id the fuiloalnjr jrcnt.cmen were chosen ma iapr lor the rnoninif year: Hon. L. Q. O. Kim it. Hon. John I. Nixon; Kpvk. W. 1$. tiillctto, C. H (ire pory, II. M. Smart, J. M. Chulllss, J. L. Htn wnrt, J. O. Wrli-. J. Stockton, J. I,. Wbiraltrr; Prs. E. Kithian. William Klmer. D. li. Thompson, I). B. WhitakiT, Ttnodore Tronch.irl. Toe receipts, of the Society were $"i74-."j, Hntl tne ninnhrr of volutins d.titrioiited durlnsr the past year was 505. ; Attempted MCRDH R.A9 Julsro Carter, of Woodbury, his brut her, and a Mr. 0,'den, were returning homo on Friday niKiit last, and while pnnBlni.' throunh a piece ot woods, 'hey were fired upon bv wue Bconndrel cinotialed in the bniHli, the bull pny.na in cloo proximity to the hei 1 ot the J 'Hire. The person who at tempted this...

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. — 5 June 1866

7 published every afternoon (Sunday exnepted) . at A'o. 108 S. Third itrett. PrU-e, ''hree Centt fer Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and milled to Subscriber out "f the city at A' in Hollar Per A mvm; Que Dollar and Fifty Cent for Twi Month, invarinbly in advance for the period oi drrtd. JTo ivtiure the Iniertinn of Ativertieement in all of our Edition, they mutt be forwarded to our offlie not later than 10 o'clock each Morning, TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 18(16. Recognition. Thk resolution of Mr. Clark, of OMo, oilcred yesterday In the House, grauttug to tile Fenians the rights of brlligcrcutu, savors rtUhcr of the poorer Jokes of a Bowery comedy than the public action of a Representative. We do not know whether Mr. Clark is accustomed to read the papers, but if he was, lie certainly must have become aware that the fiasco in Canada had already f'uilfd, that even the semblance of resistance was over, and the gallant Invaders were flying like a herd of fr...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA TUESDAY, JUNE 5, i860. TWO GREAT FIRES III IT. LOUIS. ad4 Wrhu aad m Theatre D tr)-xl-')Uoa BnraSMl Lom naif Hllllaa Dollars roll Particular. We published In yesterday's Telegraph the particular! of this extensive fire. The following re the minute details of the affair: fYom the St. Louis Republican, June 1. riU OK WSDVZSDAY WIGHT. W ferret to hare to say thU the loss arising from tne Are on W Inesday alftbt will reach ilir larger figure than mat mentioned in our report of yesterday. When o r reporter lolt the ground there appeared every probability ot saying thi bonded warehouse, containing over throe thousand barrels or whisky f bat, a little a'ter 11 o'eiock, the rear part of tbe buildin again took flex, and, explodiug, scattered tbe olaaiuv liquor in everr dire ction, ana in a lew miautes a rant wave of flame rolled through the building, Burning with s jch insatiable heat and lury tbat the men at work roilln out tbe barrels were compelle...

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. — 5 June 1866

G Tbe Departure ol the Fllr'-mrfor Jfeccru Trantlattd from the French of Leon CuAu. ' j I had just r rowed the Isthmus with M. 1$ Lesseps, and arrived at Suez at tbe moment when tbe pilgrims were pouring in lrom, all di rection. Tbere they take the steamers ol tli4) Egyptian Company Anne, which bring them to to penetrate into the r camp, to partake of their manner ol living, and allowed myself to be cart ried along for an it stant by that movement, which once every year aets in motion and lutcrj .mingles a'l the Moslem population. It id d striking spectacle, lie (ore vou,. alongside) the Bed 6ea, is set oui a city of atones and brick, halt Arabian, halt Anglo-Hindoo; behind, towards the desert, the population of the Hadjis warm tinder ihp nm n skv. and are exposed to the glaring mil around their tents, which form a city of canvas; on the right and on the left,i the desert presses upon this narrow slip of shore,' which exhibits the Orient in ail its savage reality. Thus is Kuez at tb...

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. — 5 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1866. 1 Trench Literary Portraits, i M. Thoodoro de Banvilie ha IufI published mie delicious I'artHiaa sketches. We translate lew of the more interesting ones: ERNEST BENAM. A head In expression very vonthful. but carnra, modest, searching, MroiiK, aliou'etoer ntellectual, but it is absolutely necessary to ay it scarlet. A questlotiirnr, persiiadinft mouth; an eve that pierces light ana darkness; Lair smoothed to the head to avoid trouble and Intermlttcnce to perpetual labor. Hut th author of "La Vie de Jesus'' hn piqrie une tele into the flames of thought, aixt it, u still all aglow. The fervid and poetical apostle ol Incredulity is red as Bardolpli, so much Is it true that citremes meet. The wine of the Ideal has cardinalise the nose of Ernest Kenan as the wine of Spain did tliut of ISardolpb. 0 nature, gran t trottique I CCIZOT. Under haughty and cold features proudly held, and ninKiiibccutly llluniinaled by ttioueht, de...

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. — 5 June 1866

8 THE TRIAL OF JEFF. DAVIS. HOTmiU or Jade Vm4rmd, Etr. Eiobmobd, Jnne 4. The United States Dis trict court, Judge Underwood presiding, will, tt a understood, open here to-morrow, when the counsel cl Jeflersim Davis, Mera. Brady aid Kted, and Georre W. Brown, of Baltimore, will present ibemielves and await Its action. No member ot the Court has as yet arrived, and the nature of proceedings cannot be exactly antici pated. In case ot the failure of overtures towards atrial, it was presumed that thecomsel i xne prisoner were prepared to demand nis re lease on bail, which can be readilv sntmcrtbeii: but there Is authority tor believing tbat Judge unnrrwoo(i win not grant the Dan, nor will Mr, Davis' lawyers a-k it. Further knowledge Is hidden at Washington. where, a!tcr to-morrow it is likely that further enort m Mr. Duvin' hehair win D-reluscd. His lawyers are unanimous in the opinion that he has a right to he either tried or bailed. The Unionists of Richmond are dissatlmied with the a...

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. — 6 June 1866

e&rajp: THE ISYKNIJW hi A. VOL. V.-No. 135. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE G, I860. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. IN THE YOUNO AND RISING GENERA tlon, III vegetative powers at lire m s'rongt bat, In a few years, bow often the pallid bo the lack-lustre eye, and emaciated torm, and tbe lmposslolllty of appli cation to mental effort, ebow Iti baoetal Influence) It noon become evident to tbe observer that some depress ing Influence Is checking tbe development of the body. If tbe patient be a female, tbe restraints of fashionable ress and the ball-room, with the body half olothed, the mind eagerly intent on pleasure When one excitement k finished, another In prospective keeps tbe mint mor bidly sensitive, and absolutely forbids tbe exercise Indis cernible to organic strength. Exposure to night air, and body reeling with exceseive dancing, produce their legitimate effect, and tbe unfortunate female, regardless of tbe plain dictates of unerring nature becomes an un willing subject to medical...

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. — 6 June 1866

TBE DA1LV EVEN! KG TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, -18G6. TLE DEW YOEK PRESS. J1 j 111 1.1 L JOHN A 18 CJ'IMCKS OF Ih.AVINO VI OH LTIhRKM :orv COVrillD TH'T DAT FOR ITIMfe TM.Vor.Ari. The European Crisis-Proposed Congress. 'vm the Timet. ) There Is so manlfo.Ht a plausibility about nego tiation as a tncans oi reconciling antagonisms, and removing diflicu'tieH, that first Impressions arc almost always in its favor. Whtit more comnicudable than an effort to avert war ? Ami what more like ly to avert war than. a confer ence of powers involved in trouble, with powers having a common-interest In the pre servation of peace ? To obect It may seem is to conies oneself wronu, cither In the cane of quarrel, or jn relation to terms proposed for its adjustment. Hence, now-a-days, trouble among nations, tending to hostilities, is almost invariably accompanied with propositions to reier the points at issue to a con tress of great powers the lesser powers having no preten sions which th...

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. — 6 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1866. O T T Y IN TJL 1GMC E For Additional Citj Inlc!!i-n?we &ne Ftfi'i Page. A Secession liiflHor. The lie v. J. 1. B. Wilmer. forn.etlv Rertor 01 Si. Mark's Eri( opal Church, of Philadelphia, has been chosen as the new Episcopal Bishop ot Louisiana. He Is a native-of AW-iandrin, Vh., and for the last year or bo has resided ai Klkridire, Md., where he had chnnre ot a church. He leit St. Mark's Church and returned South, and wns subsequently sent to Europe to purchase Iiibles and Testaments lor the Confederate army. It was on tain return from England that ho' whs captured on the Ixmcr Che;-ap"ake by a Federal cruder, and rent to the Old Capitol Pii"on, from which he was soon released. This statement, published in a Southern paper, i not altogether correct. The revf rend gentleman as detained at For tress Monroe. He had with Dim a largo number of chests, filled with printed works and material of every description, some...

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. — 6 June 1866

4 It published every afternoon (Sunday $ excepted) ( A'o. 108 S. Third ttrttt. Pries, Three Cents Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of the oily at Nine Dollars Per Annum; One Dollar and Fifty dents or Two Months, invariably in advance for the period , ordered, 'To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all or our Editions, they mutt be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 6, 1806. On Which Side the Soldiers Stand. Bkporr we know might of the intentions of the Soldiers' Convention at Pittaburir, we stated that whatever miehi be th utter ances of that body, they might be taken as the views ot the prcat mass of the soldiers of the republic. The gentlemen who assembled there were the chosen delegates of all the honorably discharged volunteers In our State, and any ex pression of opinion made by them was as em phatically the endorsement of their constituent as Is the plat...

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. — 6 June 1866

TEE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAP1I. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE G, 18GG. AERIAL WtVlQATIOK. ftaeemd Trial of Nr. Andrew' Flying;. Mhlp A Partial KncMi, hn( the) Miia himu HUM Impoa-lect No Intelligence Yet from (be Dr. Solomon ' Andrews, the Inventor of the Flying Whip, made a secoud trial of his appwi. tus, Ironi hm yard corner ot Greene and Houstoi treets, in this city, yesterday. Mr. C. VV. Plumb, Secretary of the Aerial Navigation Com pany, only, accompanied him. The partial ailure of his tonner trip Dr. Andrews attributed o the Imperfect action of the rudder of his cratt, which proved to be insullicient to keep her In the proper direction. Since then he has con structed one of a different form, which H was hoped would prove more efficient. Ihe ascent was made about 6 o'clock P. M. The wind on the surface ot the earth was then blowinor briskly from the North. Although no public notice ot the proposed attempt had been (riven, a suspicion seemed to have crept abroad that such an attem...

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. — 6 June 1866

G THE DAILY EVEK1KG TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 0, 1 BiiO. LITERATURE. TctriT Fciwencieb. With a Table of Contend . Carlton: New York. . Philadelphia: Ashini'Ad A Evans. . , i The work before us Is en carious a production m we. hare seen. It is a vaM compilation t the pith of numerotig set m. inn, from some hand unnamed. It has no preface, nt cohi tnenccs at once wllh a series of the short ex tract. There la a good deal of homely truth contained in them, and the casca are put in a quaint Btjle, and with a singular force, which point directly to Bcecher as the author. We know of no way in which we can frlvo a better idea of the book than by quoting a few of its paragraphs: feme men secra to think that the Dlyfno Be Inn na different qualities of mercies arranged, as apothe caries medicines are, on ttielvest aud tUat the smelt report to Him the condition or men, anl tio admin isters to their wants accord n to His Judnipnt. Their idea of the war n wbioh He bestows His bless...

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. — 6 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE G, 1800. LETTICE WHITE. BY JEAN IHOM.OW. My neighbor White; we met to day, Jib slwavs bad a oheerful way, An it be breather! at east; Wy neighbor White lives flown the glade, And I live talcrher. In the shade Of my old walnut trees. Bo many lnda and la"e amall, To feed them all, to clolhe thorn all, Must surely tax his wit: T gee his thatch when I look out, His branching roues creep about, And vines halt smother it. Three white-haired urchins climb his eaves, And little watch-fires heap with leaves, And milky nlberts hoard; And there his oldest daughter stands With downoaat eye1, and skilful hands Beloro her ironing board. She comforts all her mother's days, And with her sweet, obedient ways She makes ber labor light; So sweet to hear, so lair to see I Oh, she is so murh too p"od lor me, That lovely Lettice White 1 'Tis hard to feel oneself a fool ! Wilb that same lass I went to school, I then was iireat and wife; She read u...

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. — 6 June 1866

8 A PHILADELPHIA HOME. THE PALATIAL RESIDENCE IHJILT BY 1 HE LATE DR. DAVID JAYNE. Full Description of the Host Magnificent Dwelling in America. THE FRESCOING AND DECORATION. The Mnrble Halls and Banqueting Room. PARLORS, DRAWING-ROOM, CHAMBERS. Tour of Inspection from Basement Vaults to Observatory. PILLARS OF PORPHYRY. OAHDENS AND STATUARY. TIIE INTERNAL ARRANGEMENTS. Carpets, Furniture, Silver Ser vice, and Upholstery. ' t A TIPTOE PEEP IS TO HIOII LIFE. Etc.. Ete Ktc, Eto., Ete Etc., Et. Philadelphia hu nover been lacking In public spirited citizen, who toll it their dotr to reader their city attractive to stranrers oa account ot its Jne architectural adornments. Dr. Franklin, in the early history ol our city, nrged tbe neoeseity of ornamental buildings a one ot the modes by which large and Intelligent population would be attracted to Philadelphia, and, on acoount of Its beauty make it tbeir borne, In that, as In most other respects, be WW wise. Tbe science or architecture has g...

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