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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 June 1866

rTrTTTrrmTO v hi VOL.V.-No 151. IPHIXjiSJDELlPHIi!.-, MOND A.Y, JUNE 25. 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET TIIREE CENTS. EUROPE. Rapture or Diplomatic Relations Between Austria and Prussia, and Retirement of Austrian Minister from Berlin. The Old "World Hushed and "Waiting for the First Gun. CARIBALDI AT COMO WITH A PLAN OF CAMPAIGN. I iii men ho Armios iviitl Hnl tle Diplomacy. IMPORTANT DECLARATION OP NAPOLEON. No Hope for Italy fronv France. MARCH OF THE AUSTRIAN FROM IIOLSXEIN. Tlie Danubinn QueNtion. The Fenian Court Martial in tho Court of Queen's Bench. KMm Em StC, KM., JKtcM Kf EM. The commander -of the steam cutter Bix Decembre, belonging to the Electric Telegraph 'Company, and which was about to sail from Toulon to Alaccio, to lay down the electric cable between Corsica and the Saneuinaires Islands, bos (June 12) suddenly leceived counter orders. He is to- enter the new commercial port of Toulon to take on board twenty-two thousand yards of electric cable, manufactured at the works there...

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. — 25 June 1866

THE DAILI EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 18GG. THE NEW YORK PRESS. , , ; . V EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF THE LEADING JOURNALS UP -N CUR11KNT TOPICS. COMPILED ITKBY PAT FOR XVEK1NO TH.TOnAPk. The JMr-gsajts. from the Tribune. ProBt lont Johnson pcpiih, like Uncle Toby, determined to ride his hobbv. In teaon or out of Reason, in public gpeoohcs, messages, conver-' aUon, telegraphic despatches, talks with dele gations, the one purpose of his Presidential life Is to keep his hobby in view of the people. If there Is one thing the world knows, it U that Andrew Johnson has certain opinions on recon struction, lie deals with that subject very muoh as hard-headed doctors deal with medicine, and wooden-headed theologians with divinity. An drew Johnson's hobby thus far has proved very harmless, and has done abont as much towards reconstructing the Union s the elaborately constructed bastions and parallels of Uncle Toby and Corfooral Trim did ioward3 the siege of Namur. The dancer ...

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. — 25 June 1866

CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City lntellwwe see M, I'aqr. Th?5w ?Ky. Jomth n. Kesvabd.- lacteveniinf.. Tho deceased was, perhaps the oldest clergyman of hid persuasion In Puilndel phia. and had open pastor ol the Tenth baptist t (lurch, In Eighth street, aoove Green, tor over lortj jears. During the Hteitnie and ministe rial services ol Dr. Kennard. there have been many powerful revivals of reliprion, and hun dreds livtnar can date their salvation through bis preaching, while, many have died beartiia testimony to his tkielity as a pa-tor. While the deceased was not a brilliant speaker, nii earnestness of manner and honesty t CLristirtn character drew around him hundred of young and old, who looked op to him with eonHdeuce. In their hours of want and spiritual depression the tnournlnsr and anxious seeker af ter religion could look to him with confidence tor direction and spiritual comfort. 80 highly respe t-U was the decewsed among the youth ol the church that the Sunday Schools ...

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. — 25 June 1866

(taring dttjtJ I publitfitd every afternoon (Sunday excepted) at No. 108 iS. Third ttreet. Price, Hire Cents Per Copy Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and milted to Subscriber out of the city at Nine Dollar Per Annum: On Dollar and Fifty Cent for Two Month, invariably in advance for th period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisement in all of our Edition, they mutt be forwarded to our offlce not later than 10 o'clock each Afornina. , MONDAY, JUNE 23, 18G6. Our New Army Blll-Ita Provisions lor Education. After a delay of several months, oocupied in the preparation of as near a model Army bill ai circumstances would admit, and after numprous consultations with all the leadin? military iriudsinthe country, the Howie of Representa tives, by a large maorlty,adopted the now Army bill. In Its provisions It differs materially from the old system, and in all things there is an evident Improvement There are a fenv points to which we desire to call spe...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 1866. TERRIBLE MURDER IN INDIANA. Fonr Prtnna A"alnMd The Blur mrT ptnrart. From the Cincinnati Gazrtte, June 22. A tragedy, rivalling thoio of Pi rfleld In this Stale, fcud Philadelphia, i'cnnsvlvania, wta're whole families were butchered, occurred at an early hour on Tnesriay morninjr, in rho vicluity "From what we bavWet. tiflora.ed of'the caw J U appears that shortly atrer the breaking out of I the war. a man Darned McCracken enlisted In the Union hanks. A short time after his depart ure for the seal of war bit house and barn were burnt to the ground, the tiro having originated by the torch of an Incendiary. On reiurn'mg home, al'terhavlna served bis country faithfully, Mr. McCracken learned trom a family named Wood ard, that a man named William Saunders was the incendiary, his own daughter bavins acknowledged tne fact. Saunders was arrested at the instance cf McCracken, but the case was finally compromised and the suit...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 June 1866

6 FINANCE, FRAUDS, AND FAILURES. K5T THE AUTHOR OF "THE BUBBLE i OP FINANCE." Amount ordinary Englishmen, how many were thcie Ave jearu apo who attached any ietl nite meHiitiif? to the wurd "finance," or in cn veisation ever used the verb "to finance f" We bad all read of the Minister of Finance in conti nental countries, and shortly alter the (Treat mutiny, lirttlsh hid a was not a little pu.zlod at hcariint that tlie late Mr. Wilson had been appointed "Finance Minister" tor our Eastern Empire. The oilier1 of the former we kmo was anaioeous to that of our own Chancellor of the Exchequer; and we lamented the death of the latu r, who ro quickly met in the Eiat the late 01 ci'vcn out ol every ten European? who vo late in life to that land ot tne sun. But the luhetanilve 'finance'' wa rarely, ami the vei"b "to nnance" wver, made use of. Not even within the precincts ot the cltf did any dihd Of business apply to the worlc of banklu!, (lipcoun'iing, lendinp.'or borrolnff, the terms, "Fin...

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. — 25 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JUNE 25, 18fi6. WIM OA1N. The following worrl from MncmWan's Maya tiv, are attributed to Miss Mulocb.: When all the world Is yonnn, lad, And all the tree r preen, And every poooe a bwhu, lad, And every las a qtipen, Then fly for bont and hore, lad. And rotind the world away i , . iTonr love must have It course, lad, And every do? his day. When all the world la old, lad. And all the trees are brown, And all the anort is stale, lad. At.d all the wbeela run down, Creep home and take your place there, The spent and maimed ainoiiR !od arant you tind a lace there , You loved when you were jountr. LETTER FROM PITTSBURG. II nitty Note of Travel, Ffnhlaar, TA. KVKNIBO TBI.EUBAPR SPKOTAL OORRRf PONDBSCK Pittsdubo, June 18. A word more from Pittsburg, from whence the fir-t letter wa sent you. The writer has no pulls for any concern, a- he pays his own bills, but will say of Pittsburg, for the benefit of travellers, that its Union Kail way Hote...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 June 1866

8 CITY PASTOR. r ' K NMIaftteiory Eaplitnatory Letter. to the Editor of The Evening Telegraph: On the 24th ultimo a wanant wti leaned for my arrest, in which I tu charged with embeiilement, tbe oath of Chariot 0. Wilson, local editor of Forney ' Prts. Ibe stattments of the wit esses ex parte lor tbe proeeoution having been laid before the public with much misrepresentation, no doubt arising from ignorance ot the lacts in the ease, injurious to my personal and public character, you will confer a tar or by allowing me apace in four column for the following statement : A' out tne first or second week in April, a lira. Marshall came to my house to represent the case of a poor noldier't family of to or acquaintance, I sympa thized deeply with tho cane as narrated, an1 ex pressed my rejrret that I bad no funds to supply their watts. (My treasury was and is yet over drawn to the amo.int of $300.) At last sho tod me that this poor woman wa her own sinter. I called Mrs. McElwoo, and asked he...

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. — 26 June 1866

r E(RRAF A A A. VOL. V. No. 152. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JUNE 26. 18G6. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. FUNERAL OF GENERAL CASS. IatreatlBc Frol Bimlaln. The funeral of General Lewis Cass took place at Detroit on Tuesday. During the forenoon the remains were visited at the house by thou sands of people. Shortly before two o'clock private religious services were held by Bishop JdcCloskey, of the Episcopal, and Dr. Duffield, f the Presbyterian Church. The body was then taken to the .State Street Presbyterian Church, the family of the deceased and a very large audience being in attendance. Bishop Mc Closkey read the nineteenth Psalm, and a hymn was eung, after which Dr. Duffield delivered a sermon from the text "Then Abraham gave up the ghot, and died in a good old age, an old man and full oi years, and was gathered to his people." After referring to General Cass' public life, ani setting forth his patriotism and un blemished moral character, Dr. Duflield nar rated tha following interesting in...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 June 1866

TIIE NEW YORK PRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF THE LEADING JOURNALS UPON CURRENT TOPICS. COMPIMD ITHT DAY JTOR SVKMKO 1KI.KKAPH. New PhnM of the Irfeiican Question, foreign and Domestic. Front the Timet The iet4ent despatches of our Minister at Vienna and Pans, setting forth tho proeeedlnuB ud purpopw of the Austrian and French Gov ernments concerniuir Mexico, give us renewed aiatuance of the speedy PoHition ot the Mexican question so far as Ihe matter of foreign inter vention to concerned; but the plots, Intrigues, and quarrels Of Mexican leaders here, as well as in Mexicb itself, open up a prospect of a con tinuance or recurrence of the old-time troubles o that unhappy country in their most aprsra vated forms, as soon as ever the foreigners shall have disappeared troui its soil. The despatch of Mr. Motley was satisfactory, so tar as the present action ot AnstiU is Con cerned. Ilg uuered the most energetic protest against the (-ending of troops from that country to support Muxiuiilian,...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY,. JUNE 2C, 186G. CITY IK T JO LL1GKNCE Itr Additional City lwethgence ite fitt'i Fan. Fairmount Park Kkcewt Improvk mtjiTB. Kalrmount I'ark at tUe present time it the p rest centre of attraction tor thousands of our citizens. The green prass and the grateful ghade of the numerous tree scattered all over the Park allord adeliirhttul retreat to thote whose business prevents them from seeking the sea breezes or the comfoits of other WHteriusr places. IMirtnp the present season the main drive, trom the entrance on Coates street to the spring, ha been widened about thirty feet, and elevated about four feet above the level of last season. This work required about 75,000 loud ot dirt, gravel, ttc. Another fine Improvement has been the placing ot granite steps from the fountain which faces the Brown street entrance to the old mansion house. The places excavated to allow t this cbantre have been turned Into beantitul terraces and uicely sodd...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 June 1866

I publtuhed every afternoon (Sunday $ excepted) at No, 108 S. Third street. Price, Three Cent Per Copy Double Sheet), or Eighteen Centt Per Week, payable to th Carrier, and mtiled to Subscribers out of the city at A' in Jhllars Per Annum; One Dollar and Fifty Centt for Two Month, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To in tare the Insertion of Advertisement in all of our Editions, ihey must be forwarded to our ojfice not later than 10 o'clock each Mornina. TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 18i;0. Oar Modem Gladiatorial Sports. Wk have grown to bo prudish in our criticisms of the morality of the ancients. We have gradually become virtuous censors, sitting in judgment on the tastes and diversions of the old Romans and scholarly Greeks ol classic day. With holy horror we vie the history of the gladiatorial sports. The reformed Christianity ol our atre reads with mental indignation and distrust the story of the crowds assembled to witness the death battles of fellow-men. The painful details sh...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 June 1866

AMUSEMENTS. WiUTOT PTR1T Tbbatm -The frrand specta cle ot the Jfauia Queen will be repeated this even int. lbs magnifloi nt scenery and marvellous trans formation with which the publio baa ben pre. "'iJtlP 'rm seldom been equalled on tbe l'hlladolphia stare. . OnanAff Aft f ha PtiAannft last .nl-ht to splendid bonne, and rave, m utual. a first-rate nerlormann. inn mlitiKj wars knt cool by tlie superior venti atinv process in uw at that tbeatre and deliarhted with the singimr, ooroo dians, and the a-mri-al entcnaiumnt throughout, lo eojov yourself in a cool atinosohore lor two hour, the besnut li tbe place, the Bryants the summer physician. nxtXKB The Snirrtt IHnbollquet of this re nowned magician have become an established ins'l tulion in New Kork ihofe of it citizens who have a taste tor snc.h penormances should not nesloct the opportunity afforded by his temporary sojourn in our city to gratify it. lH COHCEBT 0 TH 80LDIERS' AND SAILORS' I'moK, at Wuhinnlon D. C , which has beon se...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 June 1866

LETTER FROM ATLANTIC CITY. VnniJ TKLKORAPH 8PKC1AL CORRESPONDENCE Atlantic Citt, June 23, I860. Progress is principle which never rt. In orae jectiont. it in ay patue, or be retarded la its coward march, bill it ever poesetsesl a' power f vitality which' manifests lUelf ,in various form. Revolving seReon?,, in many InaUncc, totally Change, the features of , localities; bill some- places devclope tbeso .changes' in more ' itriklnjr charactPrlsdcs than others, Tbln fact 1h forcibly demdnBtraled In the condition in which we now flud Atlantic City, and nearly all the stretch of country traversed by the Camden and Atlantic Railroad. The changes which twelve years have made in the topographical features of this island arc in the highest degree astonishing. Defore the rail road was com Dieted it wns nothing more than deeolato and sandy waste, overgrown with thick underbrush and dwarf trees, with here anl tbere a tew rude habitations, built in primitive style, and occupied by the families o...

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. — 26 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JUNE 20, 18GG. V i NOTES ON SCIENCE. k XT HTMUtJLIO CEMENT. Seven yearn ago St. Clair Deville exposed a piece of caustic magnesia to the laflueuce of a stream of running water, and alter the lapse of few months it became, transparent like ala baster, and so hard as to scratch marble; ex amined again recently, it was found to be in no way deteriorated. An analysis (bowel it to be nearly pure hydrate ot rmgnejla, similar to the mineral bonolte. DeviUe then stirred np pure raustiu msffnesia Into a dough, with water, and sealed 11 in a gists tube. In a few weeks this also became transparent, and proved npoa analysis U be a pure hydrate, containing C9'3 per cent, magnesia and 30-7 per cent, wafer. Deville further discovered that a mixture of magnesia and gypsum did not harden under watt r, but that magnesia and pulverized chalk or marble, when exposed for some time to the action of water, form a very hard stone, simi lar to artificial m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 June 1866

8 THE IVILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PIIILADELPIIIA4 TUESDAY JUNE 26, 186G. To folio In letter from Mrs. Mary Wash kifrtoo, the mother of George Washington, hue it been published In the llirtorical. Magaune Jot te present month.. The orisrlnal is in pos session of a Mr. (Jorner, of Baltimore. While the Briber of the Immortal "Father of hi Country" war have equalled the mother of the Gracchi In merlin worth, native vljror of Intellect, and ex lieu virtues, it U very evid'-nt that ehe could ot have rendered much assistance to her re nowned n In itch ualtiportant and trivial matters aa orthography nd punctuation: To ' "Hit. Joeepti Ball, Eaqur, "atetiatiora ley how, "Nijrn London." Docketed bv the receiver. ... Horn ri. Wa-hiniftoD." . Directed on the hack, "io " '-Mr. Jotvph Bail, Esour, "At Stratford lev Bow, "Nigh London " "Dear Brother 'bis Corns by Caot Niokelson Tea Seem to Mam me foi not wriiinar to von hnt I do a ah our von ir is Mot for wante ot a vorv great wTHo iuf to in miniiT Du...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 June 1866

n NGc TMKMGEAI TDTO H A O VOL. V.-No 153. PHILIDEIL.IIIl, WEIDISTESD JUNE 27. I860. DOUBLE SIIEETTIIR.EE CENTS. m MVMNI H ELMBOLD'S "HIGHLY CONCENTRATED" Ct'MFOUBD FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHU. A positive and specific rnerty for disease of the VLADIjEII, KIDM-Yd. ORtVt-L. AND UHO kMl'" A L WiLLl.NOl. ibis medicine increases the powers of Attention, and excites the absorlieais Into health f action, by which the matter of c.iloareoiis deposMons aid all unnatural enlarxeinetita are red need, as well aa am and lutlaininatloa, and Is good far mea, women, and children. , hhh nnn huh him mm mm una umt tin If HHH HHHrlHHHIUIU HHiKUlUHHIIK huh mm Wilt HHH HHH HHH HHH HHd - IJU1I Hllll HELMBOLD'8 EXTRACT BUCHU, Ter weakness, attended with the following symptom) Initio pot lnon to Exertion, Los ol tower, Lom of Memory, Dlincuity ot Dreathlng, tt Xenrti, Trembling. Homrof Mnease, Wakeiulness, DlniD.iw ol Vision, Pain In the back. Ilot Hands. Flushing oi ihe Body, 1 rynem or the 'kin, Eruutious of the...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 June 1866

.2 THE NEW YORK TRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OP TUB LEAPING JOURNALS UPON CURttfcNT TOPICS. COMPILED IVKIiT DAT Ft) It EVKK1NO TKLFOIIAPH. Napoleon III and the European War. From the World. The third Napoleon certainly rivals the Roman Augustus, whom he la popularly supposed to hit ve taken as his model and exemplar, in his Intensely practical disdain for the forms as com pared with the substance of Imperial power. He won and has kept his throne In France by a thoroughly prompt and "businoss-like" tact In the appreciation both of the circumstances and the temper of the nation at a given moment; and the enormous Influence which he has ac quired oyer the general mind of Europe, is not more due to tne vast material power which France, under bis administration, has developed and accumulated, than to the conviction which he has generated abroad as well as at home, that no living ruler ot men is so keenly alive as be to every cnange in the current ot events, or so swilt and so skilful in ada...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 June 1866

CITY INTELLIGENCE Tor Additional City lrueiliynct tee Ftflh 1'age, An inuost was hrl l jest( rday on the indt of Andrew McBride, who was stiot by $ policeman on Sunday attprrjoon last, at Twenty-fourth Dd Hucknell streets. NfTpeant Atkinson testified as follows: On 8unday aftjrnoon last there was a disturbance at a public noue corner ol Coatcs street and Landing avenue. The men scattered alter the police reached there, Bomo of them n,oinr into an allot. We waited until they came out and followed them up to the Buck Hotel; two ot the men were drunk: tney were named McCiraw and Mcllhcnny; the lormer made a disturbance, and I directed two oflicers to arrest him and take him to the Station House; there was a party of men at the Buck hotel, and one of them eaid, You ure not eoinir to let them iciiows take Mm; Officers Smlor nd Smith had me pnooner, myself and Ollicer 3ohier followed; when he pot half a squnre off I saw the Buck Hotel party coming up; the prisoner was at this time uproari...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 2T, 18C6. Is published every afternoon (Sunday l excepted) at No. 108 8. Third street. Price, Three Cent Per Copy fioble Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and miled to Subscribers out of the city at Nine Hollar Per Annvmi One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Tito Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1806. r. 1 Has tb Constitutional Amendment bean Proposed ? Thh opponents of the late Constitutional amend ment which was adopted by the two Houses of Congress a few days since, base their hopes of securing Its defeat on the alledgcd failure to secure the necessary two-thirds rote In order that It might be "proposed." The Constitution Itself distinctly proscribes what is necessary to secure Its own amendment. "The Congress whenever two-...

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