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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH, PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27, 1866. CIT5T INTELLIGENCE I For Additional Local Item tee Third rage. Almost A Riot. Ibe neighborhood o Front and Reed streets m lout e renin the scene or disgraceful disturbance, which was almost riotous in it proportions, lb ere has been a teud of long ntmnAinm MIMn Ihn ....... w- i TO Ot opposite nationalities nrt ernaiU and nrnrv I now end then tbia breast ont afresh. On Monday the difllouity was oomnienoed by certain parties who were proceeding down the river on an excursion. in what particular manner or at what precise honrthe trouble began last eveninc, it has not been possible to asoet tain np to the time ot oar s-oinr to pros, a no arrest hare as yet Deen made. But about halt-past 7 or 8 o'clock it Is certain ia thero waa collected on the corner of Front and Reed a larsre crowd of men, who weie decidedly bolliee rent in disposition. I hero was umortu nately pile of bricks a lew doors from the corner, and Irora th...

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. — 27 June 1866

1 6 LITKRATUKE. . T . r m .. r - Foot rRWM or a Lettkr-Carribb; or, A His f ort or Tin World's CoRiutspoNDRrtcr. Hv James Rces. J. B. Lippmcott A Co.: Plula oclphla. Afleldnfver before attempted to be covered kas been selectod by Mr. Rees, and he bag suc ceeded In throwing out a number of small lights ihlch Illumine without entirely enlightening it. It wouU teem as th nigh he settled upon no ixed Bjsfc'ni In arranging his wor, but pitch forked together all the ra material whioh came vithin his control. While he presents to a lew new fact, yet the chief merit consists in laving tn one volume what was heretofore eaitered through newspapers, and knoffn only b oral acquaintance to our people. The Inde finite title of the book favors this, making It a sort of universal repository lor everything, from "Franklin's Orave" to the frankintr privilege We believe, that, so far the Post Office and postal system are courerned, he has trented of them very thoroughly, bnt in a manner entirely too d...

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. — 27 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPn. rniLADELPEU, TEDNESDArr JtTNE 27, 18Q0 DEAD. The seasons weave their ancient dance, The restless ocean ebbs and flown. The world iolls on through day and dark, Keirardless of our Joys or woes 1 Still tip the breezy Western stones The reaper girls, like apples brown, Bend singing to their gleeful toil, And sweep the golden harvest down. Still, where the slanting sunlicht gilds The boles of cedar and ol pine. Chants the lone black bird front the brake, With melancholy voice divine. Still all abont the mossy tracks Hums at bis darg tne woodward bee; Ptill fitfully the corn-rrake'B note Comes to tne from the upland lea; Still round the forest bower she loved. The woodbine trails its rich festoons; The slumbrous poppies burst and tall Beneath the silent autumn moons. Still round her lattice, perched aloof, In sunny shade of thatched eaves, The jasmine clings, with yearning pale, And withers In its shroud ot leaves. Still round the old familiar porch I lor che...

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. — 27 June 1866

Ttife DAILY EVENING TBLEChtAi WEDNESDAY, JUNE : 8 COMHVUlCAtlOK. T1IE CITY FASrOR CASE. MONDAT NlOHT, JunO 15. Editor of the Evening Telegraph Sir: Ther ppert In jour paper of h'fl ltraoon w nnlcaiKn purporting to hare been written by irilllam McElwee,Ctty Pastor, which not only ktlsreprewnte me, but has the demerit of im porting the motives of those who prosecuted klm for an alletced embezzlement. If there was any one to blame in the matter it was himself. I publkbed the appeal which he forwarded to the I'rest office. It was especially lor Mrs. II. DowHI. Ia response to that appeal, he ackno w ledjred that he had received, especially lor her, $ HI fiO, and a package of tea and coffee. I took It for pranted he told the truth, lie paid tirst S10. then 20. mrtkinsr S30. Two or three weeks alter this Mrs. II. Dowell tailed npon him tor more money. He replied "he bad no more tor hr; she oiieht to oe satis fied." A month alter he had receive the money be rail thlrtj dollars more, maktnK ...

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. — 28 June 1866

EVE Mm P -1 lOdiLd.. A O TOL. V.No. 154. PHILADELPHIA, TIIXJRSDA.Y, JUNE 28. I860. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. EUROPE. HIGHLY IMPORTANT INTELLIGENCE. Prussia Invades Saxony and Hanover, and Initiates War In Germany. The Austrian Army Under Benedek in Motion for the Saxon Frontier. ITALY ADVANCING ON THE MINCIO An Immediate Collision Looked Tor, hut no Blow yet Struck. Prussia, in Secession from the German Bund, Declares the Con federation Dissolved. Napoleon Lilts "the Yell of Diplomacy," Proclaims an Armed Aentrality, and Rejoices Over the Disruption of the Treaties of 1815. MM. Jules Favro and Thiers on Executive Assumption and Legislative Freedom. XSuHssia, Utile ely to Hold XTi'auco in Olieok. KOSSUTH'S LETTER TO HUNGARIANS. Bank of England and the Government. Etc., Etc.. Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. The Despatches. ACB1BIA AMD PRUSSIA IN DEBATE IX THE GERMAN SILT THE M0U1LIHAT1O.N OF IHK AUMV VOftSD AGAINST BY PHUOSlA THE OoKSKQUKaOES FUUS BlAIl DECLARATION OF DISSOLUTION Frankfo...

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. — 28 June 1866

THE DAUil EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1R6G. THE HEW YOBK PRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF THE LEADING JOURNALS UPON CURRENT TOPICS. cox rum .thy bat for kveniko tklkorapii. The Fnilnreol (Sic Morton) Peto & Bctts Hilroad FrojccU In This Conntiy. From the Herald. The developmenMmwte at the met'tinsc ot the creditors ot Messrs. Iot A Butt, held In Lon don on the 8th hint., furnish some very Inte matlnr (nets In regard to that lirm. The recent Tieit of Mr Morton Peto to this country, the in terest which he appeared to take in the con struction of railroads and especially hU efforts lo extend the Atlantic and Oreat Western to the Atlantic seaboard, created no little curiosity and Yiiipathy lor him anion? our people. Many -ouli-u-d at the time woy he became so active lust then and mani ete.l such willinsues to en gage in turtber iailroad enterprises in the Uuittd Sfates. Sir Morton 1'eto's agents here were given the credit ot securing the visit of their capitalist,...

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. — 28 June 1866

TOE DAILY EVENING TELEGHAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1866. 0 1 T Y I N T 10 L L 1 G J N C K i'cr Additional Vily IwellUjenct em j-t;vi I'agc. TriK Loitert Dealers in Tribula tion Hetentekn Arrepjv-! Extf.nfutb Haul of Pafkra, Ktc. YUitluy morn'mir Rteti Consta ble Hnrry Clink iisseinbled a posse ol policemen at the Mayor's Ollice, nnl marched them quietly to Harmony courl, wIitc au innncdmte descent W8 nmele'on a notorious polirv-:iciiliii! cstab ment, situated in that court. The entire puny, c-onsi'tiri.a of twelve full prown men and live murII bots, wero tnnrched to the Mayor' Ullicc, and Rt nbout 2 oVtork a hearing took place before Mayor McMichael. The men wcreall eitlier"hoel(ers"or "writer.," and the boys v.crp employed In printing the number. The arrests were mud'- at the 'nsiauee ol a Air. Nkilton, who was one of the witnesses. Tne name" ct the prown-up portion of the pitrtv tinder arreHt are Clmrles beacon. Henry Ltn nincr. Chnrlo Carpenter, Daniel Ejiley, Harry Wa...

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. — 28 June 1866

THE DMhT EVEMKQ TELEG R APH. PH1LA DELI'IHA, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 186G. I published every afternoon Sunday excepted) at No. 108 8. Third street. Price, Three Cent rer Copy Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and miiled to Subtcriber out of the city at Sine Dollar Per Annum,- One Dollar and Fifty Cent for Two Month, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure On Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Edition, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 18ti0. The Record of the Iter. John Chambers. A few days since we publiBhed an artlcl" in regard to the attack which the Rev. John Chambers bw fit to make on thojtev. Jambi Null, in regard to a loyal sermon preacheil by thelatter.who, Mr. Chamdubs alleged, was hired by him for ten dollars, and who deceived htm by the tone adopted in his address. We then said: "Now In regard to the 'ten dollar biro,' one word. W are author zod to stale that Mr...

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. — 28 June 1866

CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional Local Items see Third rag. Destructive Coxflagkatio Plax- ino Mill Debthoyed Lots About S16,0),i. Betwceu7and 8 o'clock Imt night a detruoiivo tire occurred n the p.aning ml I situated r Vimiun DmaI mil I r r rl n .. ....!. ...... ......... I . 1 K - number of Up dir. and owned by Mr. Congb in. The 1 nnmes commuted rreat ravages, involving a de st ruction 01 about fl6,0 0 world of property, on will oil t Lore ns only a purtial insurance, t'be ronn building of the m. II was a targe three st or stmo tare, attached to wb'eh wai a one-story framo building, called the back-buildlne, in whioh tne fire originated, and spread Iron thence to the main building, which was eutire y destroyod. 'J he hack buildinc, oocupied by Mr. Boges as a chairmakmg estatl.cbin nt was not much damagr-d. Ihe basement of the mam but ding was oocapied by Mr. Hammond r sa brli and block mmnilncory. Mr. Hammond's lo.-s wil' reach about HfOOO, on which t'.ero is no insurance. The ba-...

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. — 28 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 18GG. G NAPOLEON'3 LETTER. Tk FatlnrAof lhw Ktiropestti (ioaltrnce una (tie AttlliMlo of rritacn. We give below the lull text of Napoleon's let ter to M. Proujn dj Lhuys, ft part of which resI in the French Legilutare, a few days ago, fey M. Rcniher: "Palace of mi Tiileries, June 11, liiO. Monsieur lc Minlstre: At a moment when ull 1ho hopes of peace which we were induced to entertain Irom tlie meeting of the Conieronce eem to have vanished, it is e.wntml to e.vpln'n by a circular to our diplomatic asreuts; abroad th ideas which my Uovcrtimcnt proposed to mbm t to the council of Eunpe, ami tue con duct which it proposes to adopt in presence of the events in preparation. This communication will ho our policy in Us true lipht. If the Conference haa taken place, your lanixu ure, as you know, was to have been explicit; you were to have declared in my ntiina that I repudiated any idea ot territorial apcuraurlicnieut, so lon as...

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. — 28 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 186G. THE rCHFI,OWEU. BT LORD THCRLOTV. Heboid, ray dar, this lolty flower: Th'U no the golden mn receives; No otner deity hag power, But only Phoebus, on her loaves; As ne In radiant rl-iry burns, "From East to Wc3t her viangc turns. Tlie dial tells no tale more true Than she his journal on her leave, When inoru titst gives him to her view, Or oluht, that her of him bereaves, A diurnal interregnum bids Her weeping ej es to close their lids. Forsaken of his sight, she nines The cold, the dreary nlgnt away, Till in the East the crimson sifrns Betoken the great ?o J of day ; Then, littluar up her drooplnsr luce, She sheds around a golden grace. O Nature, In nil parts divine 1 What moral sweets her leaves disclose! Then hi uiy verse her truth shull shine,; Anil be immortal as the rose, Ananreon's plant; arise, thou llower, That hast fidelity thy dower ! Apollo, on whose beams you (raze, Has tilled mv breast with golden light...

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. — 28 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JUNE 28, 1865. 8 Hie Sclavonlrtn Brotherhood. A ItOCJKTT WITH TWO 1,U!IRI TBOITHAHO MM BfP THE FKBPIDMT ABU BKORrART IIWlSD iM)ta TBI HUMBKB. A extensive nooiety, entitled "Tho Sclavontsn Hr. theihood." bag been organized, with Its head iaarters In this city. It ia itated tiat the octetv fceadv number some two hundred thousand.com-prisma- I'oiea, Bohemian. 61 eslann, Moravians. aul Servian. Mutual Improvement and Btrtnwifl. boto political and sooial, are the principal object 01 the oraanuation. A. ceatrai committee baa been ap points who purpose en abllKtung a libiary and reading-room lor the benefit ot tuo Socioty. Facilities ana protection lor cm pra Ion are aIo to be ex tended letters have been transmitted to l'resnlnnt Johnson and becrctary Meward, asking th support aad oo operation of thexe acntiemcn, and appointing tbem honorary members, to ivnich the lollowinfl re piiea have been rec iyed : RKPLT OF 6MCRRTABT SEWARD. VIlati...

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. — 29 June 1866

d3" r EE (KM A H H A A VOL. V.-Xo 155 PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 20. 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. MVMNm PIHf Till 111) EDITION im03I BRAZIL Progress of the War on the River Hlate-The Battle of Estero Vellaco Defeat of the Paraguayans, with a Loss of 2Q0O Men, Etc. The Paraguayan Fortifying llielr Posi-.livu- Moaitpi on ttie eunsa, From the Anglo-Brazilian Tim', Jane 8. The news Irom the Kivcr Plate this week brings no tiding of any lmpoitaut- movement on ti e part 01 tbe ronibntauts in Paraguay, or ot any eneapement since tbatol Estero-Veliaoo. Lai tie quantities of pro visions bad been got acioss tbe Parana, and other preparations lor action were eilecting. Great sickness, however, especially intermittent fevers, prevail among the allies iu their counued camps in that marsoy and low recion, aud all were anilous tor the decisive battle that was confidently expected would iree them Irom tbe necessity of camping In 60 un wholesome a locality. As regards the Prragunyan?., tbe latest...

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. — 29 June 1866

THE DAAL1 EVENING TELEGRAPII PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 1866. TUB HEW YORK PRESS. DDITORIAL OPINIONS OF THE LEADINU ' JOURNALS UPON CURRBNI TOPICS. v eovriLED mil pat wok xtxmko thwrahi. The ComMec4mnnt ot the European War The Situation trom an Ameilcan Stnnd-polat. from O14 Timui. The news Iwnn Europe yesterday announce?, at last.' the comtneuccn ent of the European war. Tbe honor of opening the ball has been awarded to Bismark. The Prussian troops have fntered sironlianrouslv the territory of Hanover and Saxony, thus gMntr the first practical reply to the resolutions of the Federal Diet. Austria can only meet this defiance with the aplondid argument of her vast disciplined array, which will now of course at once be put in motion to take up the challenge in earnest, We Americans reeard tnoee grand, imposing illtary movements almost purely from the critical standpoint. Our passion and our aympathies are not aroused specially lor either 01 the chief combatant, nor is there auy gr...

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. — 29 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 18GG. Ollt PARIS LETTER. The War lniln jpiince of ..-itrl How Apoloa' nHn -erata H l -red The Merman Diet I i Klna; or BolKlani MoxiculllAa Boakrnitt. KTKII50 IKLKORAPH SPECIAL CORR-SPOKD-NO-. Paris, Jnne 15, 1866. The European 'arce will, we doubt not, In a few days be played out, and tbe great drama wblcb Is beinir got up will not be long delayed. It Is In the Kibe Duchies, which "old Palm" used to call the match which would set; the Continent in a blaze, (hat the prelude to the drama has betun. On the 11th of June the States of Ilolstein were to meet at Itzenop, at the request of Austria ; however, Prussia forbade the meet ing, and arrested' the Austrian Commisloaer Lesser, who Is now in durance vile in the prisons of Rendsburg. The Austrian?, com. manded by General Cablcnti, took no steps to resist the Prussians, but quietly evacuated the Duchy of Ilolstein, passing through Hanover. At the same time the representative o...

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. — 29 June 1866

femnrj (McgMpli pnbUnhed every afternoon (Sunday excepted) at No. 108 8. Third itreet. Price, Three Cent Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mtiled to Subtcriber out of the city at Nine Hollar Per Jnnvtn; One Dollar and Fifty Cent for Two Month, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To tnture the Intertim of Advertitement in all of our Edition, thry mmt be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 18G0. Febpohs iaviho thk Ciir during tub ScuMKB Mouths, oak h The Evbmho 7LaOBAPH MAILID TO THBIB ADDRBB8. TEB.4S. 75 Cuts rn Month Wfcat the Fi lends Have Done for the f iced men. With characteristic unostentatlon, the Society of Friends of PhittwIelphU, of the Ortholox per uauion, hare been working to aid the freedtnon. Debarred by the articles f their talth from par ttcipatiBfi-, or even openly countenancing the" war, they be attested their patriotism by valcbinir with tender solicitude the wants ...

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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. — 29 June 1866

1 CITV INTELLICtENUH For Additional Local lUms see Third Pago. OmLS'.fllOn AND NORMAL SCHOOL Cmmirrmiil tbl Horning; Mnl i l rond latrrmilair Kxrclrn. The Commencement or the Girls' High and N or mal School took place this morning, at Musical Fund Uall, in the presence of large and entaiul astlo audienoe. Hitiierio these occasions bare been eolebrated in the sohool build in j but because of the limited accommodations thns afforded, the parents and friends of tlioroaog ladles hare been compelled tofoieo tho pleasure of witnessing the.r triumphs on the atago A 1 this is now and hence, lorth changed) and tko size of the audience this morning tetitK to th manner in which the Changs has been reoired by the publlo at large. The exercises were opened at 10 o'olock with an Impressive prayer br the Kev. lr. Kicbard Newtou. This was followed br the Scripture parable of the sower, load by tb young lad es iu concert lu a man ner that cave pioof of the careful and eonsoleutious training which th...

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. — 29 June 1866

A PHILADELP1IIANJ IN IRELAND. trg Il.Stn-rt, Esq., Before th Prei btvlai narl Asenibl at Ileirat Ilia Kectpllon land Kpeacb, Etc. from the Banner of Vlttcr, JuneU. The report of tho Continental Mission having been appointed lor the evenlnsr, and the Free (lurch Deputation coming alter, it was nearly 10 o'clock lelore Mr. Btuart was called upon by the Moderator. Tho church was crowded 1o excels, and the entnuslHum with which the gen tleman was welcomed on tho platlorin as the President of the United bUtes Christian Com mtaeion was very (treat. For abjtit an hour and a half tho iniuiciife audience listened with uch iutci.se interest as Is rarely witnessed in a public assembly. .HErORT OP COMMITTER IN COlttlESPONDENCE WITH FOREIGN CDURCBES. Prolessor Porter brought up the report of this Committee, which recommended that there thould bo an interchantr0 of deputations be tween the Ge neral Assembly and the American Churches. lie then proceeded to liitro iuee to the Assembly Mr. (,'conre ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 29 June 1866

THE VASSAR COLLEGE. r ,kimenmBt Tr Female Col. I Foe)hkeiele-llutery el (be (,-. TaierprUe-lts Fun odor, TrtMttes, aatdl t,hrii-Ih Tai( Winn of int. M,- HmH4 JBoeBdTbe Yonng Jtfm of PoDKHkeepale and their Pec a- pttliice. tb rhps the reader indulges the absurd idea ti0t a treatise on the necessity of female edura thr t about to follow. No ouch thin. The coirmoaieier toilg a story which would dis Jnvrace any man from such a tusk. i. courteous pptatlon from the Committee induced me to jriil lite and limb and comlorton the rackety njudaoti river road yesterday arternoon, that I riRht attend the closing exercises of the cur cjntjear at the Vaosar Female Collepe. Con rrninjr the heat and the dut, the noise and the owd on the cam. there is nothing new to write; cotcernirur the sruab.-up on the track Rt below Pcekskill, whercbv poor Conductor albeeler and tour men lost their lives, and the moiiite inhumanity ot the Company's people at at station, I will speak further on. loitufflce it now ...

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. — 29 June 1866

"0 8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JUNE 29, I860. MATTERS OVER THE RIVER. The Fifat. Departmcnt. The provisions f tb tiew ordinance rccon. ly paused by the Oiy Councils rcomaniziua- tho Fire Department 01 Cnnv don apprara 10 bo work u in a sat elactory mannr. Tke evmpan'ee uesiirnated la tho otdinanoe as com pOMDc the now organ'zatton are well p'eaned wit i tee atrann mints, and are making all necessary vreparationi to work harmoniously, fliey aro de termined tiiot, ro far aa each com pan r la conoernnd, and aa individual member cl each companv, the provisions ol the ordinance shall be carried oat o the very lettor. 1 be diuVrent companies have a good apply ol e qnloments and by the assistance of the Council tlioy are adding new ones, in order that bv the time the organization in comnletod, the new Fire Dei an men t will be in a bettor and inoie effi cient condition than it ban ever before been. Tb's what ban lon been neinod.and the citl rens ball it with rrautl...

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