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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JUNE :lt, 1866. AMUSEMENTS. WAtVTTT STUnrr Tbbatbi Mr. Booth' narfre inontia drawing to e'oso. Last nltrht Richelieu wai given to a fine hoase. Tbia evening, for hit benefit, Hr. Booth Will give Othello, playing the "Moor" himself. Mr. Booth' long enfragnment has fatignod him before it hag tired the public The continue still to come, while he it exhausting hit trength by such long and continued exortion. A card annoonoea (hat Miss Oormon's rogolar benefit hat been converted Into a complimentary benefit by her friends. Hue will play "Jessie Brown," tor Tory boat part. Anon bTiiKKT Thkatr-. Miss Henderson takes tier benefit thit evening, produoina The Hidden Hand, playing herself, ot course, "Capitola," a part In which ph hat numerous ran formation, with tongt and dances 01 every description. This I Miss Henderson's first beneht, and we trust that her friend v, ill make it aline one. A novelty It to be produced at th t theatre, called...

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. — 15 June 1866

A CLASSICAL FBU1LLETON. . I t. 'I THE LATJEA OT PETRARCH. Perrtreh belongs much, perhapsi. tei France he do to Italy. To Italy, Indeed, he owes , kks birth, hi blood, hit Ungaafre lanauajre, i too, whieb. mifrht appear to have boon made Wte expressly for tbe iooneUxrinB: poetry ot which he la the model. He alno owes to her the earliest recognition of this poetry, through the ponderous commentaries which were written to Illustrate it, at a period when Italy gave the toue to the rest of Europe. For with tae Itftilana the critic takes the form of the commentator. Nor, M might appear, is there the least incongruity between the levity of the sonnet' and the gravity of the commentary; for a country where the mind is of a femiuine or boyish cast i is, on the contrary, the natural scene as well for pedagogues as priests, but Petrarch also owed to Italy, or to her I ran tic (actions as Dmte did before him his expulsion to a foreign Ian1, not indeed in his own person, but in childhood with hi...

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. — 15 June 1866

FROM CUBA. rroelnmatlon by h New Cptf n-Qea. rl the Feopl or Cuba Definitive WUhdrkdrkl of Ibe Spanish Fleet from ib PMlflO, IIwaka, June &.TW lorn looked lor pro clamation of the new Captain-Qcneral did not appear In the newspapers till this morning, though dated the 3d Instant. Translated Into English, tt rr ads m follows: . , lo tb I 5ha niTAWTs of th Eva Faithful ISLAae o Cuba: ' lo iroTern it to direct by promoting (rood and per sistently repressing evil 1 It Is to make right a leefity, and to administer justice to all ; to encnfloe all doubt lul interest to Uie common weals to pass through the present, paying a due respect to the past, and providing for the future; to progress while we pre erve and maintain what our advances teach aie woith keeping) to administer publio afl'alrt by draw ing our Inspiration from our majestic traditions, but with our band on our breast to feel the palpitation of the present time and learn the nccessiiios of the future as evinced by these. In...

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. — 15 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY,' JUNE 15 1860. 8 Meanrwl Trip lo the eon... the Visit the -dark ml blood, Mjinyare late wr Is qulto Usblooareat battlc-fleUU desirous ot wattlo.""! B9'utre' wf f Vinrittia. tbe Baltimore and Ohio Rail can in0Kh hla'of'0 ! for lnany "i' mt place of Interest h the Belay nouse. Then Sjkeifllle and Elllcott'i Mills will attract the attention of all who love magnHBcently f?and scenery. At Fr.edericktown we, will be in ibe war historic region the home ot Bar bara Freitcbto nn1 other patriot whose memory will live forever. The limpid Monocacy river Is near at band, and gathers its strength from the mountains near by. Further on we ean seo the famed Smth. Mountain, where a week may be spent pleasantly ' and piofltably. The battle-Adds of Gettysburg, Antletam, and Sharpsbur are of easy access. Travelling on o the Upper Potomac, we have a view of Mary.'and Heights, Falling Wa'.ers, liar per's Ferry, Jeirerson's Rock, Winche tor, and the luxuri...

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. — 16 June 1866

THI . .... .....' . ' 1 l r ! t i t J . . v. i i i i i. jf ' fcw sUasasTi WllJW., mKmimmm in 1 " ' ' ," ' , ' , ' """ "' ' m T - air . i a - I - ' i i i PHILADELPHIA SATURDAY, . JTJJSTE 1G. 18GG. i r1 , i ;. - ; , ;, DOUULij SIIEETT1II.EE CENTS. TOJ.. V.-No. 144. JN TUB. YOUNO AND RISING , GENERA. tton, the vegetative powers ot Ufa ira strong! bat. In jw years, how often th pallid la, th lack-lairfre ye, and emaciated form, and the Impostluillty of appli cation to mental effort, show Ita bauctal Influential It oon become evident to tha observer that aoma depress ing mfinence It Checking tha doyalopment of tlM body. If tlia patient be female, the restraints of fashionable dress and tha ball-room, with the bjdy balf elothed, the mind eagerly rnenton pleasure When one excitement is finished, another la prospective keep the mini mor bidly sensitive, and absolute. y forbids tha exerolss Indls pensible to organic strength. Exposure to night air, and body reeking with excess Ire dans In g,...

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. — 16 June 1866

LITERATURE. Thirty TtAna or Abmt Lin on thb Bokdxr. Ut Colonel U. 11. Marcr, U. 8. A. ilarpcr A Brothers. Philadelphia Agent s J. B. Ltppln cott & Co. A richly bound and finely printed work, abounding In well-executed Illustrations, cannot 111 to be an attractive volume to the lover of the Injurious In literature, but when lt diction itlure, Its description graphic, and 1(8 subcct matter new, it la a welcome companion, a friend and an entertainer, aa well a an ornament. The work of Colonel Marcy comes partially under uch a description. In some parts the author is Inclined to be too diffuse, but as a whole it U both original and well written, while all must admire its typography. Colonel Marcy, in an experience of thirty years, ha been enabled to collate a VBt supply of materials, for which he has copiously drawn on his "army life." It is full of anecdote, adventure, and valuable information. Many parts of It are of deep Interest, and much new light is lot In upon that rapidly di...

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. — 16 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TEL EGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 1G. 18f.fi. Vbtl tbe fl(TritmtiiC for frnvl. K" Epe A I.f frmu th National a8;et-Th Reel Arfumiit for Befotm Ibsj Exact Slza f tba -nilf" Ltftks-Milriaera of tba Tttrl7-KIKhth CnKrM ( fwo Yr). KF.rREflNTATITB. t 3. C. Allen, III. IRI2-M John Lane, Ind IIMfl Oo W.J Allen. 1U l!iH4-Q J. l.nzear I'ema...., 71 40 John It. Alley, Ma a. 7WI-40 1) W J Lltt efohn N V WI-l YVsn.B. Allison, Iowa fM-ifl Francis 0 LeBlond, O.l,10i-4fl Oskea Ames. M .,. 40 Hen . F. Loan, MO....MT70 8. K Aucona, Penna. ftQOO'A. W. Loniryear,Mlch.lHi2M4 Jes.M. Ashley. Ohio. mi.2QiA Long. Ohio.! UWW l.uclen Andrnion.Ki.lHW'Wi.u. 1 ovejoy, HL 106tl-HO Isaac N. Arnold Iil..4! 6ft; K. Mll rr, Ky flV10 Joseph Bailey, Venn. WD Mortis. N. Y ft.il 20 A C.Haiawln.Mlch. IMI-vOJ, M. Morria, Ohio.... 1024 00 JonnD Ba dwin.Mass T 40 Jan. k . Marvin, n. T. 71 0t 8. li Boyd. Mo 2147 211 J. W. a-eClur, Mo...2W7 40 Porns baiter, Vt....UlW ( W. D Mclncioa, Wl..2Wi 00 , F. C...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 16 June 1866

M.HMMUMjHt 1 1 r Is pvbtithed every afternoon Sunday excepted) at No. 108 S. Third itreet, Price, Three Cents Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and miikd to Subscribers out of the city at Sine Tollars Per Annum,- One Hollar and Ffty Cent for Two Month, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To imture the Intertitm of Advertisement in all of our Edition, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 18G8. The Paris Conference Abandoned. Thh news by the City of Paris Is highly Import ant, though not unexpected. The Conference has been abandoned, the neutral powers France, Russia, and England, regarding the reservations of Austria as tantamount to a re fusal to submit tbe questions at issue to negotia tion. The lust effort of diplomacy to stay the red hand of war Is, therefore, a failure. Tub sword alone can row decide the contest. It la significant that tbe blame for thlsjfallnre of neg...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 16 June 1866

THE iDAILY EVENING TELEG I? APn.-LHit ADELPIIIA SATURDAY, JUNE lG.18Gtf, A Great Cabinet Warehouse. In plancln over the manufacturing- statistics of our city, the reader will find that the product ion of Cabinet Furniture forms a conspicuous item. Not only lm the amrretrate amouot of this leature of our productive industry do we excel, tnit in the superiority of our workmanship. This well-known reputation has been sustained by several torms prominent among whom is the house of P. P. GuRttne. riortrioto,t rnr.ipr nf ' second ana Uace streeU. The latter has, Indeed, perfected an establishment which, for extent and completeness in all its details, will bear .comparison with any other in the world, Mr. Gustine commenced business some fifteen Tears ago in a portion of the premises which he now occupies, and after achieving a success at tained by tew, under the necessities of an in creasing trade purchased and fitted up in ap propriate sljle his present Immense business edifice. Ihe la te...

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. — 16 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 16, 1806. number xxxu. . 4 A BICT FOB MRNTAL DYSPEPTICS), AND A CURB FOR HY-FOOIIONDRtAk HT-POORIfT, OR ANT COMPLAINT OF A BT ORDRR. DY OUH, SERIES EDITOR. ALMANAC AND DIART. BOItT MnUB-ILLOOlCAt. OBSERVATIONS FOR THR WKAK. Jan. , Moi'r 11. Doctor Mar? Walker arrested n )e York by tho vigilant police lorwearln male costume. The regulation against street Walker must be very striot in thai city, Tnd 13. Gnardiana of the Toor rpor bavinr recsived seventy-lour lump or butter, light weight, irom the Ulerk or the Market. TnY propone presenting" him with belt, a the "Champion ot Light Weights." Vftimrintlmy, 1.1 Opening Dt of the Straw berry airs Voting- point; on actively among the ladis for Fire I lor no. Bite Hull Bats, Cvlindcrsot Hoio, Bibles, Hymn Books, aud other Fancy Artiolos. ThrA7 14. Glass, and other Blowers. In Con vention at the Continental Hotel. After tlier weie done blowing about 4ias, they com menced blowing over th...

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. — 16 June 1866

THE -DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPn. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 1G, 1866. LONDON GOSSIP. Miss Atonia Jone$ at the Standard Theatre Mourning for 0. V. Brooke in Melbourne Tht Brooke Family of Ancient Irish Origin The Amcrioan Grimacicr in Paris Labor, the Blind Pianist Method by which he Learned Music Napoleon's Prize Cup for the International Piyeon khooters Prince Alfrnt Receiving the Freedom of On City from the Grocers Fancy Fair to be held for the Benefit of the Royal Dramatic College Meeting of the Royal Geolo gical iociety Sir Boderick Murchison's Ad dressMedals Awarded A Mory About the Collecting of Postage Stamps Fwn's Sugar Plums A PoeticM Bonnet. London, June 2. Our Rifted countrjwomHii, Hiss Avoma Jones (Mro. U. V. Brooke), In pliy toft a highly successiul engagement at the Smndard, alter having appeared nightly lor three months at the New Surrey. The deep interest which every one feels In the lamented tragedian, Gustavus V. Brooke, the horror ex cited by his dread I nl fate, a...

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. — 16 June 1866

MATTERS OVER THE EIVEH. An Active Canvabb. Tbe unusual ac tivity maniletl bv the politicians of Cnmoon city and county indicates' wirra and vigorous cam lai, n. Ibe importance of 'he eomtn election H very mat, and oaniiot tail to elicit a dotormiua'ion both ride to win. Indeed, there never was Sreater eonteqnenoe attneiied to an? election than ire Is to tlii one, and it la incumbent on the National Union party 10 put forth every exertion to secure a complete triumph, the necessity of saying a decided majority in both btanohes of the Lerisature In order to e ect a United btates Senator Uossibiy two) has b' en pamtully impressed on the minds of all Joal men, by the heartier detection ot tkovel. ' - Fortunately, however, for the party, hie career as State Senator is ended and It now do vol res upon tbe citizens ot Camdon county to make choice ol a new Benator whose honest, and cnaracter are nn impeachable, ami who will not prove faithless and recreant to tbe parly. I here arw tiiree me...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 June 1866

7 H A VOL. V.No. 145. IPPIIHiA-DKIrilA, MONDAY, JUNE 18. I860. DOUBLE SIIEETTIiREE CENTS. n IP I H TT T THIRD EDITION LATER FROM EUROPE. THE " PERUVIAN'' OFF FATHER POINT. WAR! WAR! WAR! PRUSSIAN TROOPS ENTER HOLSTEIN. THE WAR VIRTUALLY COMMENCED AUSTRIANS CONCENTRAT ING AT ALTON A. A COLLISION HOURLY EXPECTED. the latest commercial news Sto.! irate Etc., Etc., 22tO. Father Point, JuDe is. The steamship Tamilian, from Liverpool oa the 7th, via London derry on the 8th instant, has passed this point. The steiuiiRbips Virginia, Bavaria, and Java had arn ved out. The Prussian troops entered Holstein on the 71b. The Austrians were concentrating at Al'.ona, where a collision is expected. These movement are regained as a virtual commence me nt of the war. In the House of Commons the opposition had attempted a surprise oa the Government, by moving a postponement uf the Franchise clause in the Reform bill, but were defeated by a ma ority of 21 for the Government. Walpole's amendment was also...

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. — 18 June 1866

THE DML EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPmA, MONDAY, JUNE 18, 18GG. THE NEW YORK PRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF TIIE LEADING JOURNALS UPON CURRENT TOPICS. COMPILED ITTXt BAT FOR EVEKINO TM.KOIt.aP. Mexico and fu Evcr-Changinff Rulers. Trom As limtl. Mciico 1 the political riddle of the world. Outside Governments now confess that tliey hare tailed as completely in their dealings With it during the laftt live years as the Mexicans themselves had failed during the previous forty. As formerly, faction ceaselessly fougbt faction. President struggled with usurper, militiry chiefs with each other, the army with the people, the Church with the Liberals, and anarchy domi nated all so, latterly, the disjointed Tripartite Intervention pave place to the resistless French usurpation, which now voluntarily Rives way to the dubious djuatv of Maximilian, which will bo followed in turn by no political prophet can it'll what; but we know that anarchy i still all but all-dominant. There is no doubt whatever ...

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. — 18 June 1866

THE DAILY i EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JUNE 18, I860. CITY INTELLIGENCE tor Additional City Intelligence He EtHl 1'agc. Preparing for "the Fourth." In KBponse to call Irom the late Colonel Com manmnir, quite h ntvrnoer ot tho officers and men ot the 9!)tn'ReK,uie nt P. V. V. assctubirdjat the hotel of Ilcuiy Becker, Olicsnut Ftrect, below Sixth, on Saturday, loth Instant. Colonel liiles, bcina: called to the chair, briefly Mated that the obieet of the meeting was to ascertain what action should be taken for the purpose of Pamel a' in, ha a body, In the com Inn celebration ot the Fourth of July. J. II. (Jallaphcr, M. D., was clecteti Secretary, after which ic was resolved that the regiment parade as an organization. A motion was made that, with the exception of the color-aunrd, the men parade in citizen's dress. Alter some debate the question was deterred until anot.'ier nv.etinir. Colonel Biles vecouimciulcd that an appro priate banner, with t ie names ot the several e...

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. — 18 June 1866

It publithtd every afternoon (Sunday txoepted) at Ad. 1C8 S. Third street. Price, Three Cent Per Copy (Double- Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Subscriber out of the city at An Dollar Per Annum On Dollar and Fifty Cent for Two Month, invariably in advance for the period erdrrtd. , To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Edition, they mutt be forwarded to our office not later titan 10 o'clock each Morning. MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1300. The Mileage of Members of Congress. Thb published report of the mileage allowed to member of the National Congress has caused a natural surprise and no small Iriitsnation amoiiR too taxpayers. It seeiun as thonsli the rule by which distances were settk"!, ami rites per mile allowed, was merely an arWrarv one, to be altered, increased, or diminished at the whim of the Chairman of the Committee having the matter in hand. We have read with a-aonish. mcnt the rats set down as chur&re 1 bv railroad compan...

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. — 18 June 1866

TDE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JUNE 18, 18G6. AMUSEMENTS. Aboh Rthf.it Tbeatbk. The attraction at tins Ihratra thta evening it tne Tiikrt-ot-Leave Man't Wtfe. Tho play it performed for tlia first timo in tint My. It is like nnetfniran old friend to encoon ter an old hero In a new play. Mist Henderson's light figiite, her fivaoity, and trno stunt of tnn, w ill make a Un part ol "8am Willouetibv," wbo, we suppose, is not to mocn cbanped Tii his yean a to havo loot tut gamin, tricks. Mips t'rice, in tue ordi nal plav, was ibe best "Mar Kdwards" we have ever had. Mr. Hurry Rivers, an actor nw tons, hut of established tepuiation, wi I make Ins llrst appearance as "Jim llaltou." Mr. lluilowe, Wr. Jamo, and Mr. llemple are in the cist. 1'he play will, no doubt, prove bit. Mew American Tbeatbb Madame Ponisi will present lor th llrst time in manr years a play that had an immense success, and is replete witu. eftoolivesccues and slave t-fTicrs, called Vat tha, the Slave Qi...

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. — 18 June 1866

c THE DAILY EVEK1NG. TELEGRAPH. , PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JUNE .18, ,1806. -- 4-' r- LITERATURE. Prisou Lifb op Jippebkon Datis. EtnbrariniJ Details and Incidents In his Captivity. Par ticulars Concerning his Health and Habit, together with many Conversations on Topic oi Great Public lntere.-t. By Brevet LieiiteLunt Colonel John J. Craven, M. D. 0. W. Careton, New York. Philadelphia Agents: Messrs. Ashmcad & Evans, No. 724 Cheonut street. The fact that Dr. Craven kept an exact record of all tho savings of JclTorson Davis from the moment of being deputed as physician, and that lie is enabled to present us in book form with so minute a detail, is the best evidence of that thrift, which would coin wealth out of events transpiring around. We do cot blame tho I oc tor for being Influenced by a laudable dosire to acquire funds by accnmulating for publication all the incidents of his patient's life, but is it within the limits of official morality to give to the world facts which only ca...

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. — 18 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH.r PHIL ADELPIIIA, MONDAY, JUNE 18, 1866. OBITUARY. Hon. Lewis Cass. General Lewis Cass died at bis residence In Detroit, yesterday rooming. This noted states man was born at Exeler, N. II., October 9, 1792. The family emijrrated to the West when Lewis was seventeen years ot age. He accompanied his parents as far as Marietta, where he re mained and commenced the study ot law. In 1802 he was admitted to the bar, and settled at Kanesvtlle, and by patient endeavor acquired a practice. HW first success In the political arena lie achieved In 180G, as a member of the Oq1o Legislature. He at once gained distinction in iis endeavors to counteract the nefarious schemes of Aaron Burr. Fr this service he was complimented by President Jefferson, and had also conferred upon him the ottice of United Mates Marshal for Ohio. The war of 1812 caused the young legislator to lay aside his books and papers, aud assume the sword. He was choseu colonel of the 3d Oaio Regiment. A...

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. — 18 June 1866

8 What May be Seen In Prxnjlvania. Ipany one Is debating about wbere to go this unimcr, we would adrlsc them to see the "objects of intercut" in our owu 8taw first, and tben think ot other pleaiure tnoe. We have in , the old Keystone Btate some of tho most famous watering and atunmer places for wblch oar country Is noted. The cenery can carcely be , equalled anywhere. Pausing up the great Penn djlvanla Central Railroad, we anould first atop at the beautiful town ol Colnmbia, on the Sus quehanna, from which place, after a rest that will be really recreative, we can essay diihtful excursions to the farooti! Ephratn Mountain Sprinsrs, taking In tbe Moravian settlement of Litiz on the way. Further west we tivl Ilarriiburg, which w worthy ol a vioit from every rhilndelphlan. We may take a trip dowu th Cumberland Valley Uailroad, and see tbe Mountain?, vales, and cities ot that war-blanted, but now restored rcpiou. The great buttle-hel 1 of Gettysburg ay be visited, and many otber epoU no...

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