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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 13 June 1866

n Finn .NTT 1 1 ihLflLdl VOL. V.-No. HI. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13. 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. IN THE YOUNfl AND ItlKING CENEttA lion, the ve(rt3tlve powers ot life ire Strong; tint, In few years, how often the pallid hoe, the lack-lustre eye, andrwiaclfctedtnrm. anil the Imjiosslollltv of applt cation to mental effort, (how It banntal Influence I It eoon tweome evident to the observer that tome dcpresi lud Itiflnenoo lscrtecklnat the development of the hody. If the pa'.lent be a female, the restialnta of fashionable dress and the ball-room, with the body half clothed, the Tntnd arrly intent on pleasure When onn excitement Is flnlshtd, another In prospective kseps the mini mor bidly sensitive, and absoluto'v forhl.Is the exrclse InilU prnsltde to organic utrenpth. Fxposnrs to ntftht air. anl body rreklna with rxc'sslve dnnclng, produce tbi-lr lerltlmato effect, and the unfortunate tems'c, regardless of the plain dictated of unerring nalnio cninns an un willing subject to...

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. — 13 June 1866

TEE HEW YORK PRESS. ; ; s c 1 1 a t or i nions of l hading JOthNALS HON LVURKNT JOfAtVS CCVPIIln 1VU.T IA Y FOB 1.YFR1KO TF.LrORAPn. Uelease ot Jciloison Davis- VagnT Fium the Time. The Tribune of Monday say: "II l icported from Washington nnrabor of wei-known noiitl. men stand ready to (five bail ior JcflV-rion tavi iu anv lequled amount, bui that (lie ovenimoiit is di jjosea Co release birn, If at all, upon Ilia imro.e." Mr. Greelej is one of the "well-known pentlc mcn" ovcrtlowina with sympathy lor Jefferson Davi, an( with living zeal chasing up Judge Underwood to offer "bail lu any required amount" Jeflrreon Davis was the head and front of a Rebellion, lu the progress of which a quarter of a million of our sons fell, and for which the nation in carrying a debt of over three thousand millions ot do'llatu. While Jellcison Davis was an his glory at Richmond, Union prisoners sol liers were dj ini in Rebel pr;sonj of "pecll lenco and famine, " by thousands. Under the auspices of Jetf...

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. — 13 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE! 3, 1866. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City MtUigrnce tee Jflh I'a . ' m i Sunday Car Question. The City Solici tor, in rchponee to a request Irom th iMayor of the city, has prepared the following paper, bowing the state ot tbe law oil the Interesting uh)ect of Sunday car travel: Cut Solicitor's Officr, No. 212 Soctb Fifth Street, Philadelphia, May 30, 1806. Hon. Morton McMlcliael, Mavor, etc. Dear Sirr Your lavov ot the 2tlth instant was received by me on the 28th Instant. You therein Inform rae "that complaints have been lodged bcloie you against a Passenger Railway Company tor run- nine, their cars on the Sabbath." You add "that tou understand the question involved in those complaints to have been determined by Judicial authority, and yon thereiore requestor mo in formation as to the state of the law, and instruc tion as to the action it will be proper lor you to lake in the pi en ies." As the subject relerred to in y...

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. — 13 June 1866

TOE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13, I860. Is publithrd evert afternoon (Sundays excepted) r Ifo. 108 B. Third street. Price, Three Cent . . r Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Fetk, payable to (he Carrier, and milled to t I'Mcribere out of the city at Sine Dollars Per As mt One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two 3A tths, invariably in advance for the period orjcred. To inture the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Edition, Ihiy must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. WEDNESDAY, JUNK 13, 1806. Some Moie Conuplton In the State ot New Jeisey. W had almost grown to believe that to Albany and HarrinburK alone was limited the power ot corruption, but the case of the "Mountain Par tridge," tn New Jersey, comppls us to count her In, and thus complete the tro. Lately, how ever, some more misdeeds have been unearthod, and that "goodly frame" of Trenlon scorn's to be "a foul and pestilent connrejratlon of vapors," abounding i...

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. — 13 June 1866

I THE DAILY EVENING TEIEGRAriL PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, jtlNK IS, 18GG. THE FREEDMEN'S BUREAU. 0arl RlMdiimn'i Keport for Hnth Cstrwliaat, riorldst, imd tlieNea Inland. AcocNi, Ga., June 4 Hon. E. M. Stanton, Secretary ot War. Sir: We have the honor to sub mititie following report or our inspection of the opoiatiom ol tho Freerimen's Bureau in the military departments of ihouth Carolina and Florida, and of the condition of the freedmon's sottlomonts on the hea Islands and sea-coast under General Sherman's order i SOUTH CABOLIHA. We did not visit man? of the Bureau airenti In this State, owing to the inaccessibility 01 the stations, but confined oar inspection mainly to the districts, the headquarters ot which are Columbia, Charleston, and Ham Mire. f I Brevet Maior-General 8oott, th present Assistant oniiniraioiipr of the Buieau, upon entonng upon the discharge of hii du los, great' f reluood the issue Of rations to ficediueu. The supplies lurnisbed consisted of pork or bacon, fresh...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 13 June 1866

L I T E 11 A T U K E. Woirnnip in ths School Room. A MakcalofDb- VytlOH IHTKHDKD EflPKOIAI.LY FOR TH K SCnOOI., Aakd Adapted to th Eamii.t. By w. T. V WjH. Schernierhornr Bancroft A Co., No. (12 Arch street. W hatl with peculiar iatifaction such a work s the book before 119 It design Is a good on, and Its execution recommends It a a volume needed In every household and invaluable In wott school. We will briefly endeavor to Rive an Idea ol its arrangement There are two hun dred and fifty-four lessons, suitable for the en tire nertieeB.ot the day. The first is a hymn, lth th music eiven, then folio W3 a collection of the various verses of the Bible having bearing upon the special subject: then another hymn n the same toplo, and finally a prayer, In which the idea promulgited In the former exercise Is laid before tbe reader. Lot us, to illustrate the plan, select a lesson for a day on any subject, y, "Temperance a Christian Virtue." The services open with the well known hymn: "a eaoti ...

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. — 13 June 1866

if ft OUR PARIS LETTER. h Wnr Qntlon 1b Feeling la Italy The Oriental Qnealloa The FlnseUI Crims la Frls Victor lingo's Lome Abttl Kaler Ieitb of m Brother of earihnldl. f RPkOIAL CORRBiTOKDBKO OF TUB KVBmlfO IKLBOBAPH ' ' Paris, May 22, 1866. Not withstanding that the treat leading powers intend sending their representatives to sit round a table covered with green cloth, large' flat ink stands, blotting paper, pens and ink and paper, to settle the intricate questions which cause us fio much annoyance in Europe, I do not think that matters will be settled before a fewshote Lave been fired. I have no belief In the paciflo intentions of either Italy or Prussia. If war has not yet broken out, it is because neither Victor Emanuel nor Blsmark was ready; and If the diplomatists pretend to be agreed on some points which may lead to an understanding on others, it in, I doubt not, but a ruse de gverre to gain time, as sneh provinces as Dalmatla and the Tyrol, which the Italians Intend attack...

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. — 13 June 1866

8 Additional News by lb Heoll." BB MACB OF iUKOPB IN TUB IIAWDS OF TBRKB OLD LADIES'. Th London Timet hw the following fror Berlin, May 80: Tbreo Of the five royal todtoj J1 . fflens the world wm to ref ' !tn 'nHd"b.U 4 Vor me preservation of Pce lo the Uion "V r,, M i weeks ago, wbe. i-rti..m oflereato gjm 10 the eleventh hour, rrwinrd the r J 0, paeitle mediation. Ihe "Arcb( mother of Anstria," ti e Queen Dowager l,.,,,, the Queen of 8sonv, three nt -J0' h,,m ,,resfll.nt f rovidenee bu placed on Va,Ythe tarones en ,apd in this ominous c, wr D0 e(ll,rM to prevent the actual 'oc, arnce of rartnre whioh would be eqnaliv ttai ,,01 the three dynas tic with whom rhe (le connected. 1 bla femaie triple, a)uanoe is inspired by conserva tive motives, and aop( to the absolntntiO idiosyn crasies of ti e Veveral evero(ams, whose pride an. I notaal hatie. tlier aro anxious te soften. It their plausible argument rana at Ber In, an well as at Vienna DtdeB i on, our be'oved relatives ttaonld fello...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 14 June 1866

), 1 . T H VOL. V.-No. 142. PIIILA.IDEIL.FHIA., THURSDAY, JUNE 14. 18GG. DOUBLE S 1 1 EET TIITIE E CENTS. mTlTT Ji IcjJl DTO" U . LLo SANTA ANNA. Stirring; Addrsto the Mexican "p'pl The Father of the Republic of Mexico DiHati His Position Me Exhort ! Mexicans of all Parties to Valla and Drive the Vsnrpers from t.e Country , Refutation of Ills Allege! Monarchical Proclivities lie Declare a Monarchy In Mtxlee to be an Imprsmimily Jan. roind Ortf k Advliwrt to Nfiake If anils and Pitch Into the lnvdrs tteueral Ranta Anna hirers 1Kb Ner vices to Ills tonnlrj I lie K4toiratln of the lie ranhlte the &cm or Ifta Ambition Down with the F.iu2re Uod Save the Heiinbllc! Etc General Antonio Lopoe do Fanta Anne to tho "Mexican reoplc: From t m) to timo nations are Iriod by heaven ta or dor to tracb tuctn that they should walk in the paths of Mason, and -to awaken in them nobie sentiments ol justice and of duty. The city ol iN'utna reached tho highest point in the sca'e of human greatness whi...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 14 June 1866

THE DA1IA EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 18G6. THE NEW YORK PRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF LEADING JOURNALS UI'ON CURRENT TOPIC-. COMPILED EVKHT DAY FOR EVENING TELEOKA?". The Raid on the Bureau. From the Tribune. We yesterday printed a roport of the President's Bureau Inspectors, Messrs. Steedman and Fuller, ton, coveihiK the States of South Carolina, Gcor giaand Florida. Altlioiighweeivethts to our read ers as a matter vt news, tvo do not conceal our opinion that the furnishing of such a report to the prc.-w 'or publication Is a gro3s impropriety, and an inexcusable injury to the officers whom 11 assail. Tiio inquisition of Generals Stcedniaa mid Fullerton might bo proper enough, had the President In good faith desired to inform him self concerning this Bureuu. In that cac their report would have been confidential, like the proceedings of u Grand Jury, nnd would have been submitted to the President for h'i private Information. Matters of hearsay misht have been ...

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. — 14 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH.-: PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1866. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City TrMligenee eve FtfVi Page, TnB CONGREGATIONAL CONFERENCE. The Philadelphia (,'onlereuce of Con?rea;iit:onu1 t'hurchc wa9 held yefterdny afternoon and evening In the Sec ond ("oiiRiesational Church, rorner of Eleventh and Wood s reet?. Ucv. 0. W. Smiley, D. P., Pastor of the Second Church, mat chosen Mouerntor. liev. C. A. Harvey, of Canterbury, Delaware, was chosen Scribe. The following delegates were pre-ent and nudwered to their names: First Church, Phila delphia (at present without a pnstor). Deacon Charles II. Owens, Jacob Clouien, Jr., and Charles F. Miller. Bcond Church, I'niladel phia Rev. Dr. Smiley, Pnstor; Samuel IJat'in and C. U. Spuneler. Central Church. I'liilmlcl phia Rev. Ldwin Hawcs, Pastor; Deaeons, John II. Edmunds and Durdctt llait. First Church, (ilnssboio, M. J. Ucv. W. 8. Pln'.t and S. K. Hall. First Church, LanJis, X. J. Ucv. C. 13. Dye and W. C. l'eiiio...

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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. — 14 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEG H API! PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 11, 18CG. Owning ?Mcrjviiili It published (very afternoon (Sunday l excepted) at No. 108 S. Third street. Pric, Ihree Cents rer Copy Doubt Sheet), or Eighteen Centi PC Jf'eek, payable to the Carrier, and mtHcd to Subscribers out of the city at b ine Hollars Per Annum,- One Dollar and Fifty Centt for Twi Months, invariably in advance- for the period ordered. To insure the Iiuerti'm of Advertisements in all of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morninfi. THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 19'fO. The Ispne Mode Up. Thb House of Kcprcscntatlves, yesterday, by vote of 1'20 lo 32 nearly lour to one cou curred in the Senate's amendments to the loiut resolution proposing certain niucwlnicnc? to ttie Constitution. The Henate passed the renolitio'i by a vole of 33 to 11, last work. The resolution, as finally parked, reads ta follows: "Resolved, Jiv tlio Pcnato and IIoujj of Ron'm tativcs ol the United S...

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. — 14 June 1866

TDE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE U, 186G. CITY INTELLIGEN CE I For Additional Local Item see Third Page. Tub Good Templars. During the even ton session of ycMeiday the Ordorol yood remittal bold tlifir accusoiiicd love feast. Addreses wore limited to five minutes Addresses were mane bvKevs. J. II. MoMurray and Kirbv, and John Burn the horo ot Gettysburg, tho only man who shouldered tils market in i he hour of dantior. The demonstration ol tho and 10 ii co overcame dim, and toars mire elf quent than words' flowed down his age i oheokg. Ihe experience of iome of tho reclaimed ine briate, anion a whom was fllcmot, of Mulersville, were touohlng in the extreme. JBrothor Roberts, U. W. O. T. ol the Sta'o of Delaware1, made a very atnuing and ins'ructivo speech. The progress in Dolawaro ha beon very rapid. It Is absorbing a'l the other Ordars. From 12 lodge and COO members unco last Scptcmoor, It lias inoieasod to 83 lodeei aud 20O0 member. Mr. Nicholson, of rhilnd...

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. — 14 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 18G6. J-ETTER. . Milan Letter Writer in Parln-Tbe IVm lneilo Taciturnity of Hapo Icon The Effects of a Pronpeetlve War Amniiementa on Sunday Pleco-lomlil-The Approaching; French Ex hibition, Etc. Etc. I EVIWNO IKLEOBAm SPECIAL cORRWrORDKNCB. Paris, May 31, leCG. ITALIAN CORRE8PONDRJIT8. As It Is my duty as PurUiau cbrorJelcr to toll 70U of all tbat is going od In our pay capital, I must not omit to tell you of a uew class of indi viduals that ha sprung up amongst th since reports oi nn Intended war between Italy and AnBtria have been circulating In France. The Parle papers tell their readers that their office are all day long filled by persons about to depart Jor Italy to oln Garibaldi, who offer their ser vices to them as correspondents from the seat of war. La Liberie, of which I have often spoken to yon, and which Is edited by Emile do Oirar lin, assisted by two able writers, Duvernois aud Tessard, informs us that it ha...

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. — 14 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1800. THE CELESTIAL EMBASSY. TlCblne Envoy' Report on England. from the Ovl. The foltowini? Is the translation of a despatch from the Chinese Commissioner, at present in fewrland, to his (J )veinmcnl: Ptn-ta-ln, Com missioner from his Celestial Majesty to the Hnr fturinns of Europe, a Privy Councillor, r Member of the Buard of Etiquette, Senior President, of the Council lor Foreiern Disputes, to his High iess the Prince ot Kuner. Having been required by your lllshne.'.s to sen.l such reports as may eeeni to bo worthy of attention, from time to time, In these distant pait, I lmstcn now to re port that I have in safety landed in this, the country of the English barbarians, and am liv ing; Jn the Capital. I am informed that, even as his Celestial Majesty deemed It prudent to retire lrom Peklu on the approach of the barbuiian officers, so also ban the Queen of thce people retired to a place in the country, on a hill by a live...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 14 June 1866

8 Jtolnccs lor the Hummer PolMlcc. Ererj bodr roci lo Hie eouutrt aoindlme during the ttrnimnifMon, to ' - "', of ill other ho.lU.iu) enjoyment. Wc w, I wpp the poseur ;cr . Arnc w he trellf mw ward to-flay or tomorrow. Ho ptoce- l at oo to Baltimore and WaahinRton, thenco down the Voo mao river and Chwapcake Bar to Uami.ton Rol, whore, If he water be "choppy," he will (tot enoouh of "qualms" to roileve hi avalcm of any lurplni tile, aid landD( at O'd Point l omtorf, he can exa mine the only lortresi in the Un'tcU 6ta e, and poo aibly catch a aliinpie of Jefl. David. Now mofin over to Morlolk, tbo tourist can view a buy wucre all the ehips oi the woild cau rido ealcly at anchor, and on the shores oi which at omo futuro day will aiico a ercat and popuiou citv, trading w'uh every nation, Inklnff ore of tho bantiful ncamboat of the BaU ' timoro bay line, a comfortable five hour' run tako) ns op the neb'c Jamo3 river to Richmond. O i tho way we obtain a view ol old Jamestown, Fort Pow h...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 June 1866

V CD H VOL. V.-No. 143., PPIILA.DELIIIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 15. 18CG. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. r . MEXICO. fight Btwea the Mexican Liberals rAm French mt VIetertn rne French Trp, FvC4l tn Retire Proclaim Jnm 0f Keoed Vonsrratnltstlnir III Soldier OB Tnelr Sncceaa Fnllnr r nnlmpe rlallM Expedition, Etc. Brownsyillb, Texas, Jane 4 r.4looa forwarding m. despatch ol the 1st a o urier hM arrived at tbe htadquarten of tbe Liociata 1 this city, liia des- fiatctiea show that tbe account tit tbe defeat of tbe jbrls at Monterey, w tb the capture of Keoobodo and vibr chieftains, wai all e. onnjrd. In accordance with the p'tan previously Indicated a column of ncii, uulr Uenerai Joenntngro, marched from Monterey and occupied Linares and Moreios. Another column, undor Uenoral Donai, marched froeri fcaltille te Ualeano. A third column, . under Otiu.ral Dttptn, marohed from slateintala anon tbe ratio Uo Pavlillo, about fire league Irom Victoria. Tbe lute oi march of these difleront columns was paraUeL a...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1866. IDE HEW YOBK PRESS. EMTORIAL OPINIONS OF THK LEADING J0UHNAL8 UPtN CURHKNT TOIICS. COVPIUD kTlKT DAT TOR 1VMUKO TM.FOHAPH. (Spain and South America. From the IriOunt. Spidu seems to benotyot eufllcientlr haraWed bj bcr Ignominious defeat at Callao, but is picking a quarrel with another of the South Ameilcan republics. Tfo trlirates, we are In formed by the Wrest news from Havana,' were gong to Venezuela, to demand snttilactioft for aome sliced wrou to the Spanish Legation in that country. ' It is surprising that tbe Spaniards should still fail to appreciate the effect oi their disgraceful conduct toward South America, though all the rest ot the world sees it. We gave in Wednes daj's Irxbunt a not from the Government of the Argentine Republic to that of Spain, on the bombardment ol Valparaiso. Hitherto, the At geutine Republic had remained neutral in tne war between Spain and the Pacitic republics of Sou'h Au-erWa, and ...

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. — 15 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 1866. U IT Y I N TJ3 I G ENCE For Additional Vtty IrUe.iKjence tee fifM Page. Frockedings in Councils. In Select Council, Mr. Urar submitted a resolution ten dering the thanks ol the city to members ot . . the House ot ltepresctitiitiven, especially those troro the city ot Fhilalelpbia aud fctiate of Pen nsylvania, for their excitions to behalf ' of ICHPiie Inland. Tli.mks wore also tendered to the Secretary ol the Navy tor hm Interest in the subiect. The resolutions were adopted. Mr. Van Cleve, from tl e peclal committee on - "the reception of the Btate ting, ubinUted an ordinance making; an appropriation of $10,000 to meet the expenses. Mr. Van Cleve said that the amount was fixed alter a careful estimate. Six hundred color ser geants and twelve hundred orphan children will have to be c-tred lor, in addition to the ex pense of staging and decoration in the Square, ' JZMIO, and fireworks, $'2000. The amount origi nally rep...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 June 1866

fetuug tMcgvaini ll piMUhed every afternoon (Sunday excepted) at No. 108 8. Third itreet. Prlc, "Tiree Cent Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week payable to the Carrier, and milled Subscriber out of the city at Sin Dollar Per Anvm: One Dollar and Fifty Cent for 7u Month, invariably in advance for the period oiared. To insure the IniertUm of Advtrtietmentt in all of our Edition, they muit be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 15, 18GG. Congressional Caning A Modern Itepubll. can Tournament. "Bib Percy pb Courcy reined up his flery tecd, hurled his mailed (ilove on the arena, anl. bade his (rumpot sound defiance to all who denied that he wav hoocI knight and true, and one whose ladjlo.ewas the falreot in the lnnd." Such was the mode of courtlns? a rcneoutre In the baibnric days of the feudal ages. It an opposing warrior appeared, took up the Rlovo, and met the champion, the Court sat round, the beauties of tuo land cume eagerly to...

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