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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 June 1866

mil JTJT7 CDTPT JlJlo VOL. VNo. 136. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 180(3. rOUBIE SHEET-THREE CENTS. n JLLillLLd THIRD EDITION FENIAN FIZZLE. Important from the Frontier. AKREST OF GEN. SWEENEY. Fears that the Grand Trunk Kail "way tvIII be Tom Up. LATEST RUmORS AND REPORTS. Active Movements in Progress. Etc. Etc., Etc KUk, Etfl., EM Bosroji. ffPDe 7. A special despatch from St. Albans ays that Sweeney was nrrusted at 12 o'clock-left night, by order or Major Gibson, commanding the United States regulars. Swee ney wu In bed at the Tremont House, and offered no resistance. He is now in the officers' quarters on the Common. Last night the train from Boston did not go through to Montreal via St. Arraands, but via Rouse's Point, it being apprehe nded that the track Avould be torn up by the Fenians. The St. I.ttw reno Frostier. , AN ATTACK ON BT. ARMASD8 AtCTIOIPATED "J WHJHT TBBEB THOUSAND FBNIANS AT BIQHOATK VMTkD STATfcS OFFICERS AFTER 8WXENEY. KtiTLAHD. Vt.. Jane 6 Accounts from fit....

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. — 7 June 1866

TEE NEW YORK TRESS. tJ ilOKlAL OPINION! OF T.EADISO wi ILNAL.S UJ'OV CURRENT TOrW. (Ok.riLID 1YI1.T DAT FOB KTKK1NO TELEGRAPH. Conls of Flic Frcm the Trittme. We Rliall recftv- in about a month the English ner?pnpcr containing accounts of tbe Fenian inrnion of Canada, RnJ copious comment tbrrfiiDon, Probably it would ba too much to lopo tbat thi Timra and It contemporaries would reproduce those alin'rable dissertations on the rights and dii'ies of neutrals by wblch we were iuetructpd during the lour years of the Rebellion. It was an object then to g'low that neutrality covered all privilege and few obliga tions. Now, the English press, bavins com pleted its homilies on that side of tbo question, will present the other view with equal sincerity uuu ivtw, nun wui umcover a vum numocr 01 duties wh ch the American Oovernmcnt i. oalliid upon to perforin in order to prevent an expedition from Its own Boil Into JUnti-.li territory. Mr. Vernon llarcotirt. having ex hauled his learning and l...

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. — 7 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAFIT FDILADELrniA, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 18GG. U I T Y 1 N TE LL 1QENCE or Additional Ciltf Jntrdujence fee Fifth Page. TnK Phii-apiilpiiia Gas Works. The Special Couimiuee ot Select Council to Inves tigate the management ot the Philadelphia Gas Worki ho.M an adjourned meeting yesterday atternoon. Charles Tliotupsjn Jones, Rjrj., I'r trident of the Hoard of Trustee wm anin examined: Q. In jour .report of 1865, paire 7, It Is ptatcd that the coal wa much Uaruaireil by pontRneous cotnbuHtion; can you tell the number of tons destroyed? A. I cannot tell, without retcrence to books at the otlice. J. Wh.it waa the cause ot the tire? A. Spon taneous combiihtiou. There was nothing rettroved by the tire except sheds; the Fire Marshal made a rarelul examination, but he hag made no report yet. in consequence of sickness; the coal was on tire several tlmcR, the first one in December, 1865; when it was dis covered In bo on tire a large number ot carts were employed to haul th...

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. — 7 June 1866

toning clctjtaiili published every afternoon (Sunday excepted) at No. 108 8. Third street. Price, Three Centi Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Subtcriben out qf the city at Xine Dollar Per Annum: On Dollar and Fifty Cent for 7V Month, invariably in enhance for the period ordered. To toture the Insertion of ddvtrtietmenf in all of our Edition, they mutt be ftrtcarded to our oJJl Wit later than 10 o'clock each Mornina. THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 18(iG. Is the Constitution a Petfect Instrument i It is assumed In come quarters to bo a very grave error to attempt to amend the Constitu tion of tbfi Uuited States. We are assured quite confidently of tho entire perfection of that vene rable instrument. We are toM, ith a gr t deal of impressive bcnd-sliakine, that it i the height of presumption lor the states men of the present day to suppose themselves wise enough to "ampnd" the work of their ancestors and that the attempt to do so involves 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. — 7 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 18GG. AMUSEMENTS. Arcs Stmiit Thbatrb MIsi IttiMiton was announced to appear last evening m "Rosalind," another part in which she mumei male attire, bat at the last moment Mr. Marlowe oime forward and Informed tbe audience of Hm Huahton's sudden -and serious indlpoltion, which would prevent ner appearing. The andienoe received tbil information with rreat resignation. The announcement which followed, that Air. J oh a Drew would plar "Rosa lind," and also appear on every other night of the week, met with an en'htistastlo reception. Mrs. Drew played "Rosalind" with that artistic perfection that dtFtlngulihos hor. and which contrast so greatly with the attempts of inefllolont pretenders to tread in her footsteps. This evening Mrs Drew will ap pear s "JLadv 'I'ena'o " and on Friday in Oiralda arid Tin Day After the Wedlino Mrs Drew's ver satility enahlos her to take up all parts of the written nd acting drarra Nkw Chksmjt fcTRKE...

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. — 7 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH.- PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 1800. TWO MISSOURI ANS SKNTE&CED AS MUltDKnEKS IN COLORADO, j Hton nnln III complicity In th Mm detn, bat Confi" CommUiilwii . f lonr Itfnrders In the NiiUsm IFoater Cooftiiil III Ciallt and Implicate (Hone. Confcsr-lrni of Henry Stout, taken at the United States Jail, in the city ot Denver, county of Arapahoe and Territory ol Colorado, on the 6lh day of May, A. D, 18GG. . To the People of Colorado: I w.n born on the 30th day ot January, 1H43, tu the tn ot I'crtyville, i'erry comity, Missouri, where my parents now reside; there were nine children, live boys ami lour srirls, tnjuell being the young est but'one. I left home at the ae ot sixteen went to Illinois loll home on account of Ret tine Into a tight with my brother. I thought I bad killed him. 1 took to gambling and hoie racing Rot In a iii"8 with it man named John son over a sunie of card?. I followed him about a mile from town and killed him by shooting him wit...

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. — 7 June 1866

TnE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 7, 18GC. Passages trom Pnitch.' "IBIHOS MOT obnrbai.lt mown." That tlio natural clcmont of Anchovies is oil. That a butcher' shop iu Pans Is sometimes called an Hotel de Veal. The atrount ot Cliumpnorne drunk by hireling waiter at an evening ourtv. Where one's. pocket-handkerchiefs p-o to. What becomes of the stamps received aa change, tn lieu ol coppers. The ultimate destination of pins, needles, and elastic bonds. Of "Things not Generally known," the best example would be ' The Lauccrs.'" TOT HOMINES QUOT BENTEMI.R. Different people have different opinions; borne like riuglets and tome like chi gn ons. Th Woid Knight." Can any one tell me the origin of our term "knight ?'r Tne Latin equivalent simply meant horseman, and the German synonym is rUler, a rider or horseman. So also the French cheva lier, and the corresponding word in Spanish, Italian, etc., showing thit the term had one Hgrntlcation originally in all languages s...

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. — 7 June 1866

8 AFFRAY AT FOMD DU LAC. ahontlnjrnf Urm-ral ('. M. IftmlUon by B. A. Uttker .1 ntusrrftf. f l Airlt Origin And PnriU al of tha rrtc. iVom the Fondd Lac Wit.S Commonwealth, Mtg & Last Monday evminR the peace and qutctnes and equanimity of Fond da Lac, a city thai was never yet djrraced by a mob, or witness before lo any worse disturbance of the peace than com mon assault and battery, was rudely broken in tiron bT an encounter bilwei n two prominent citizens who have nursed, lor many yean, a bit ter personal lend, to wit: Kooert a. nancr, Cashier ol the Farmers' and Mechanics' bank, and O'eneral C. 8. Hamilton, which resulted in Mr. Raker firinir two shots fro.n a pistol with which he was secretly armed, at the General, both cl which hit him, one in theproin, and one in ihc left temple, bnt neither of them striking a vital part. ( The affair took place on the stairs leading to the Younir Men's Association Rutins in Jii.Mip inp's block. The General, rb i'resi lent of the AsKoclati...

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. — 8 June 1866

BMMAPH JL Ji A VOLVT. -No. 13T. 1JH1LADELPHIA, lRIDA-Y, JUNE 8. 18CG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. i EKECimoN OP ANTOft! PROBST, FOR TDB 'JHlIRDKROr THE DKEKING FAMILY UST SCENES OF THE TRAGEDY CLAIKS OF JUSTICE SATISFIED. Dii;fuiorofllioNotorlouH Octo-IIomieitlo. HIS LAST HOURS ON EARTH Tke Djlns Speech of tlic Wrclclicd Criminal. SCENES AND INCIDENTS ABOUT THE SCAFFOLD. Compendium of Facts Connected with Probst and the Butchery. JIKSUME OF Till: TRIAL Hangman's Day in Philadelphia OUR SPECIAL REPORT. UMorlcal Skclelics of Notable Kxccudosis in City. . Eic, into., JKtu., IZtO.t Etc. 'i'he la6t act In the terrible tragedy -which, la the violent death ot eight innocent and unsuspecting poisi'ii", disclosed to us new aud appa ling posBibiii tn a in tl o iiorpotr.il ion oi crime, has tuts day been con:Unimatel by the execution ot the chief aotor, Au(cn Probst, the murdorer. This multiplication of murders will stand in crimtual history as some thing bonibijrumque. Thut a whole household, c...

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. — 8 June 1866

THE DAlLl EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 18GG. SLE KLW YOEK PRESS. j j'j(11L criMOXS OF LKAD1KQ COr'IlP 1V11T PAT OH .VKIKG TKLFGKAFH. , The Tilal ol Doris. jrim Ihe tribune. Tho proceed! ntrs in Julpe Underwood's :ourt riavc ended as everybody snppo'ci they would The Application of Davie' counsel for an imme diate trial Is rejected by direct on of the CJov crnnicnt, and the Court MumM adjourned until tbe Bret Tuesday In October. Meantime, it Is understood that Davis will bere'euscd, cither on bait or on parole, and wo proima the (Jovern nient feels tuo pressure of publio opinion po far as to if copnlze tLe necessity of accepting the alternative oi ini medial e trinl or imnicdiatn rc leoee. A Conrre"Biciia.l comrtiitee, it is irue, is investigntiuf! the evirlpnce on which President Johnson, last April, charged Davis with compli city in the assassination ol Abraham Lincoln, 3 ct we ate bound to suppose that the -(lovoru-ment have lone hid full knowledge ol that cvi d...

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. — 8 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 186C. Th Ft ) rtalat. To the ISorder went the KfniariB bold, hnckfd bv heaps ol servants' srnld; Tbe toe was liiRhtcncd, the boll were tolled, Alack-a-day ! bow all were sold! 'Grira Sweeney marshalled his boU for fleht, , Told them their blows were lor the Ri(rht; Hade them 1o strike with all their mleht, Made each mother's son of 'em very tight, Thn fled away to paoturcs new. With all the rest of the prallant crew; Resolved in out firmly to dare and do, But vexed when he found that arms were few. Tbe fight was made, the men were dead; Curves fell th rk on feweuey's head: Old Erin's sons larked ment and bread, Their soulb grew black with tear aud dread. Then, shaiplv smitinir, rnnrj Federal power, Vrltb nil trlu that grew witn every hour: Then Fenian chiefs, all forced to coffer, Found, uii'ch too lute, their bread was sour! CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City Intelligence see Fifth Page. Councils. The stated meeting ol C...

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. — 8 June 1866

t publirhed every afternoon (Sundayi excepted at No. H8 S. Third ttrtet. trice, 'hree Cent Per Copy (Double. Sheet), or Eighteen Cents J'e Week, payable to the Carrier, and mWed to Subscribe! $ out if the city at A'ine Dollars Per Annvm; One Dollar and t'f'ff Cents for Tu Sfvnths, invariably in advance for the piriod 01 (Und. To insure the Insertion of Advrt srments in all of our Editions, thy muu be forwarded to ow oJIcj not later limn 10 o'clmk tOih Morning. FRIDAY, JUNK 8, The Cxceutlon or Probst. Amoinb Phobst, the nimdorcr of ilie Dehrinu fnniil.y, hbr executed today, n( thirteen minutes before eleven o'clock. Tliis eoao in, in nuy ro;pt.-ct3, one of tin ni06t rt niaikaNc in Uie history of crime. A very full and Interesting accouut of the execu tion will be found on tho first and eighth page.? of tbls paper. Missouri and the Pio-Slaveiy Democracy. Oub Deuiocratic contemporary has uude an other of its Kip Vail Wiukloaiscovcrlj?. It bus Just found out that there Is a "ra licul pa...

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. — 8 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGftAriJ. PHILADELPHIA, HlibAV, JUNE 8, 18GG. AMUSEMENTS. C"al--t 8tet Tbbatrb Araln Mr. Booth f-LL Ns wondorlul Impersonation of Bertncoio.'' h h-",b'9 struggle of tbe Ian soone, watching as hLti?i. the door, whore hisohildis in dang r f lihnnnr ,nu owiu. wii given wiiujuiiui, hirrawin eftW. tnat roae the heart sanj still. TnTnatohw of hmor' -lornatmg with in" ""n?? l tuoll Inm.irlnir .niu. lliii Sirt VnZ. ni,t th would suffice to n ake the I pan mono. acted tn. v. r. wn have reputation or a pt- - v. uoiiocdthe other charac'a" ol. ,nP' n4 t?,00 so now is no very pleasing v . .larro- o ir ron had but a small part, bn. ?e it all tho Importance and dignity of whicil . ' su.'ciprt ilo. But what does Hiss Gorinon roffli" &T dressln r "Flordallce" like a modern little Defu'ar girl? If she had net an nloa of tho costumes of toe six-tec-nth ccnturjr.il she had not an nleaol thestat and Iuxum in which it Is reps atodiy stid In the p ay the "Kooi" maintained tne myst...

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. — 8 June 1866

TEE DAILY EVEIMISG HLKilUl B. PHILADELPHIA, F1UDAY, JUKE 8, 180G. THE WORLD OF FASHION. hKKLE DAMK l. JXC1EST 1'MKI. The Ton of Old Times. In nil aep vomnn n ratber what mnn make her than what poets dream or painters Imaum". The attracti n ot the exe does not become more or let, like polit cal or religious creeds, accotdingto the time when wider room Is made for their action in the world. Men and women xist for each other; and women In the days of the Ron i an emperors, as to-riav, nted all their lacnltiee and all their Ingenntty simply to please men. We be literary women not to take flense at our iftteroeiit. for It will bear a dis passtomtte examination. The glrla of Boston or XJew York are not more beautiful or ireeh than were the girls of Pompeii: but are they not (list s easer to look beaut iiul ? We have yet to lenrn the A B C of Natnre, and we believe tint she is lar wiser than any of the philosophers, moralists, priests, or theologians t our pious nineteenth cenutury. She kn...

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. — 8 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 1866. BEAUTY Id TAIN. BT MI'S ROBRRTTI. WliMo roc arc to rod, While lilir re no whit', Kliull t w P'n exalt brr tare Bccaim It give delight f She's, not so sweet a a roa, A llly'a straiRhUr than she. And il she were as red or white Hhc'd h but one of three. Whetl or he flush In love's siimmc or In tta winter erow pale, Whether the 11 mnt her beauty Or hid.- H away In a veil, Be she red or be she white, And stand sho erect or bowed, Time will win the rare he runs witd Aud hide her away In a ehroud. her, A COO'S V lir TO THE DOG SH-W. It has been f.aid that Sir Ocorge Grey wa.t him. tclf to visit, the Agricultural Hall at Inliiiirton, 'o form his own opinion on the complaints which bav? been made In the neighborhood to the noife cnuped by the canine multitude, and its inlurlouB effect on the nerves of the human inhabitants of that district. If this should be so, we may look, no doubt, that full justice will be done to the huma...

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. — 8 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENIjNu TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 8, 18ti0. iVniuud rori ll,c First Pave tarcc li'ne Mb, a book of roliyiou instruction, ili a coup. e ol t-rayor-booka." U S REtraR'B ESTIMATE. Nairn ally, then, the talk at tho prison flowed to the opinion entcralnod ol htm bj his keepers. Tbea'.ore a'a'emont was thoroughly ad strongly corroborated, lie savs: ';I am resigned to make a ariuce ol my II Its for waat I have done," told on. Anotner: "Ho la very submissive; makes no complaints, u so many convicted murdorers do aloiit not bavlna Justice done ihemt about the w.oiiir 01 hanplng tuem, anil leaving- soineboiiT eso rot iff 'ale. Ho never ask lor auvtlnnpj n nut aiwanfflon with tin victual I b- only thin that be has been partial to lias b-en apples, and be is iiinndniatcly loud ol tnem." I his reli to the writer's ni nd the little fact, that wbcnthMd De cctiveFisnkli.i waj endeavoring to jbvolbovsy tor the repoifore to roceivo 1'roont's ,ncial detailed coniessiou.tho prison...

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. — 9 June 1866

TE EVENING I k IT T pTLF L .Li. LJ.o IL A VOU V.-No. 18. II-II3LiA.IDELI-IIA., SATURDAY, JUNE 9. 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. TN THE YOUNO AND RISING GENERA.--- tlon, the vKQ'atl v power ot life ire strong t but, In fcw ywars, bow often the pallid hue, the lack-lustre e, and tmaelated tono, nJ the Imposslolllty of p pli cation to mental effort, how Ma baneful Influence 1 It' noon becomes evident to Inn obsrrver that tome dopress llig Influence It checking the development of the body. If ttrc patient be a female, the reattalnts of fashionable drew and the ball-room, with the body half clothed, the mind eagerly indent on pleasure When one excitement Is finished another In prospective keeps the mini mor bidly srnslilve, and absolute forbids the exercise lo lli Jienslble to organic strength. Exposure to night air, and body rteltlna with excessive dancing, prodaoe tSelr kltltlmate effect, and the uniortune e teniae, regardless of the plain dictates of unerring natute bocmncs an un wil...

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. — 9 June 1866

THE DAILI EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 18GG. LIT E 11 A T U HE. A rt,A ron tan QtrBTtN'i Knomsh. By Henry Aliord, D.D., Dean ot Canterbury. Alexander Strshan, London ad New York Agent. Smith, English 4 Co , I'biladolphia. Thb Dram's English. Bt G. W. Moon, Fellow of theitoial Society of Literature. Agents: Smith, English 4 Co. Critical works oa tho construction of lan guage have' a far more extended eirclo of readers than wou'd be supposed by tho ab-itrnse na't re of the subject. The fact that the two little books betore us have already tone through a number of editions, U th be .t evidence of their need. Thy treat of tho construction of the English language, Its idiom, and the doubtful passages .with which it abound. They are not calculated to plca-io ths general public, but for a scholar and writer they are Indispensably yaluable. We shall keep them always within arm's reach, as they are friends to which we mo't constantly refer. They are published In a neat ...

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. — 9 June 1866

ataWWaM THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 9, 186G. , - - - - ,,-, - - - f - i 9 - - - 1 - - - - - - I the United State be prfrye1? and on the Olhcr hand ho could not Ignore t'.idt public tt ntitnent which rung Agintisi F.ng'a.id mi.auut etidatifiTinir his popularity. There imv w. v people In thin erpat mid ireo rcpiiolio win) !' not Bjrora'bize with the movement on account ol the bad Itiiih of KiieUrH during our civil var. W cannot forget the de-itrueUon of our commerce bv th Rebel pirate which were nut out of Iiiltish water. The havoc ma.le by the Alabnrn aud Shenanioni Is.' fresh In our mind, BDd we teel the ellecH or It yet In our reduced mercantile marine. The deeds of those lnd pirates who crost-cd over lroiu Canada to St. Album, and. ot the hotel Incendlnrle, as well as iLe other plta'.lcnl nchoiiies that were plotted on end carried out lrom British terri tory, necessarily rankle in our mindx. We are constrained to a.y to the Canadians and Btltisii (iov...

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. — 9 June 1866

MMJN (taring (lcpniilt SATURDAY, JUNE l, 18flG. Passage of the Constitutional Amendment by the Senate. Thb Constitutional amendment, as proposed by the Reconstruction Committee, and as modified tj the Sonato, passed that bodjr yesterday by fie unexpectedly large vote of thirty-three to eleven the affirmative vote, being Just three fourths of the whole vote cast. It is geucrally understood that th Houso will promptly concur In the 8cnate's amendments, so that we may pro bably consider the measure as In its final shape. It will then go to the Legislatures of the se feral States for their aporoval or rejection. The cor respondentof a morning contemporary predicts that the President will veto the measure. Tats assertion Is based upon a misconception. It is notat all certain that the Presidont would veto the amendment as tt now elands, even if It were pre sented to him for h's approval. But proposed Constitutional amendments do not need the Pre sident's signature. The language of the Con...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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