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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 June 1866

WMNING TIB 7 H 5 A 3? II I Jj A.D ELP II I A., SATURDAY, JUISTIi GO. 1.806. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. TOL. V.Xo l.)C A3PW Hz tha tlot tht coi lnv r m re c c w i thi k lor Hi th wr. as wi th ar Tt CI CI W b s t e ll t) a r i IS d V. a V c f. it h n 11 ci r S t n it o n a li n. a f. It 01 w tt. O) Vf c ( r a r, n tJ o T y c 1 c V b ii tr h ti n" a lc tc In al : b' , r ' w 1 4: e tt d ( t-o a V 0 t r i a HELM HOLD'S "HIGHLY CONCENTRATED" COMPOUND FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHU. A positive and specific jen.edy for diseases of the ULAUDEd, KlDNhlri OR vVt-L, AND DROPSICAL BWs.LLlMlM. I his medicine Increases the powers of almost ion. and excited the absorbents Into healthy actian, by which the matter ol' calcareous depositions and all nnnntural enlargements are reduced, as well as pain and Intiainma tlon, aail la good lor mm, women, ami children. nnn nun nun mm hhii huh mm unit unit iiiimiiirnmmi iiHiiiuiituimic tiHii nun mm huh huh mm HH'I HUH 11UU U1IH HELMBOLD'8 EXTRACT EL'CIHJ, Vor weakness,...

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. — 30 June 1866

THE DAI LI EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE SO, 1PG6. LITERATURE. Thr Micboco8m. A Tocm. Bv Abraham Colea, 11. D. D. Appleton A o., Nw York. "Medi cal and Suipliul Hcpor er," No. 115 Soutu Seventh street, I hiluiielphia Aeeucy. A verj beutitiful little book, containirjjr a poem of omo Blteen hundred lines, has come to u trotn the prist of Applelon. The author h3 undertake u to treat or a field uf science which ba never been associated with poetic jrenius. We never bol'ore ha7e had a con junction ot Esculapiu? and the Muse. Never before Id rhjthm have the virtues of the cuticle, th,c ciantum, and, the aorta been discourse 1 upon. It adulterates the water ot Parnassus to have an analysis of saliva, an t it Is aoythlot: but coiigeijial to tho rider of Pegasus to bare the occipital bone and the lieamcnUrT tissue of his steed dilated upon. Wa can be-tcr appro clate the fury described by Bayard Tavlor in which the priceless puts on a white robe and prances up and don a room...

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. — 30 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 186G. AN EXTKAURDIfluRY STO.IY. A Mf ChBlC'f ItuvlvM M 1, ! rotn the Hartford Vourant, June 28 The fickleness ot fortune? Is wll illustrated In Ihe experience of a worthy lumlly n this city, who have suddenly found themselves raided from that condition In society where people- ar said to live In "moderate cucuiiistances" to the hlifhei-t pinnacle of wealth. Tiie facts are these: Mrs. Kit Walker, redding at No. 100 Maple avenue, is a woman ot Ktitrliah birth. Her husband, who is a machinist by trade, and her sell have ie.-loed hero tor a number of year.-, and have several children. It was reported some months aeo that a larere proprity, valued at thirty-live millions of dol lar', had fallen to Mrs Walker's lather, a a direct neir, and he bcititr dead, that the whole amount belonged to ber as his only child. Steps wee at ouco taken to asr-or'am the trcth of this report, and ex-Governor T. II. Seymour was cm ploved to tnvci-...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 June 1866

SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 18G6. rRBO8 tKAVIWO TBI ClTT PUIUNO TUB SOMMBB MONTHS, CAN HAVE TllB EVIMMO 1 KM GRAPH MAIT.lt) TO THEIR ADDKBSg. TR.tS, 75 Ckkts per Month 1be Contest Welt Defined. Kevfr since Ibe Union party had a beiLg have the lines between U and its opponent? been more distinctly drawn. Indeed, our present political contest is but a continuation ot the jrreat struggle which was waged on the battle nold. It la the conflict of essentially the same ideas. Nor baa the real position of parties at all changed. The Democrat arp conjistcnt. They opposed the war, and all the great mea sures ol the war, with as much bitterness as they now oppose the Union policy of recon struction. They were the friends of the Rebels during the war, and they are now. They opposed coeicloD, emancipation, and the arm ing of the blacks. The loyal people encoun tered their opposition at every atop of the great atruggle, and they expect to to the end. Their opposition does not disconcert us. It convinces u...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 June 1866

TDE DAILY LVENLNG TLLK(llfAi'li. PHILADELPIirA, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 186C. Ncwlnc-Machlne Contort nt Allcntown Prom the AllenUicn Daily h'eics. Furtuant lo agreement, the Florence and Willonx k Gibbs agent mot at Klina's IIsli, on lucsd.iv, unei6, t 1 o'clock 1 M. By request, the presi dent of tne n-oe'lng held a week previous Mr. E. V. Leisenrlng-took tlie chair. 'Iho secretary road the minutes of laid meeting. After some arrumont the F'orcnce agent ehoio W. H. B urner, and tho Wil;cox k liibos agent chose framuol Mctloe tia their Judges, and the two tlion chosen selected E. t. L sonrin as thoir tMrd Ju'lo After a lengthy d:souslon a modus operandi was adopted, the substance of which was that both ma chines should have, thoir dlflorout points of mont thoroughly and practically tested. The Fioietice aide opened ty Claiming superiority for their lock-stitch; in contending agnini-t thl the Willcox k Gibbs sewed a stiaight scam alone a piece of cloth, and tho Florence, with the same thre...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 June 1866

6 THE 1)A1LY EVENING TELEGRAPH.- 1 B1LADELPH1A, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 18G0, DRY GOODS. NUMBER LXXIY. A DIHT FOR MKNTAI, DY8PRPTIOfl, AND 1 CB1 rvm iiiruuiltlMlRiA, HY-POCRtflT, OB ANT COMPLAINT OF A I1T ORDER. "V OUH SKIUKS EDITOlt. ALMANAC AND DIABT. SHORT METRK-ILLOOICAL OBSERVATIONS FOR THB WEAK. Jnn. Monday. 23 Wissalilcltc-n Oil Well commence to bore for 25 com not"-. J hoy re now of waior, and noon expect to stnko oil. Ad nitfance, 25 cents. lBf".. '. Head Centre Stephens doo'ares at Tones' Woods that (tie snnount will be un furled in Ireland before summer is i.Ter. Tho burnt 1ms a ready been unmrlod in tbis country. WedNCNitny. -7 roller men arrested. T!i"y try 10 explnln their po'ley to the Aidormtn, who already lully comprehends it, and com nuts the men to answer at Court The lyjr tato possession ot tbe OUlce Jfurnl.nro pre vious to tocoiHtruo lnir it. Tlinrkdny. . Iloaid of Brokers purchase Ht James Hotel. 1 lie bul s and bears expect now to form themselves into a Ho Joint .s...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 June 1866

THE DAILY EVENING , TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE(3Q, I860. THE WATERING-PLACES. Cape Maw-Notes bv the Wav-Ooen Ing Day-Prospects of the pKTBIMNO TILKOHAPn SPECIAL C0IIRKSP!IDI!C1 ) CVKQBE33 Hall. Capb Island, N. J., ) June 29, 156. J Among tbo many faTorito seaside resorts by "the broad Atlantio'i shore," th'Te is none bold tn higher estimation, none more Justly popular than Capo Way. Iu magnificent beach, commanding; oae of tbe most eztemdod ssa views to be found en oor coast, and affording mot ezoellent bathing It numerous first-class botoli, not lea than Its proxi mity to th great cities oINaw York Philadelpbia.and Baltimore, and iti easy access by tea, rlycr, or rail, all combine to render it one of tbo most attractive as well as most frequented of American watoriag places. While the attractions of other and rival points nave been dco Inlnr, tho?e of Capo May hare boon steadily on tbe increase. Last season the principal 1 hotels, anions which, without being charged wi...

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. — 30 June 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JUNE 30, 1SGG, FIREWORKS AND FDURl H Of JULY. Hew they arc WimI (the Firework, Jtot tb FOarthh), ftn4 All Abont It, with Hints 4 &flcllti. It is eetimated that several millions of dollars In TRlne rc burnt cl up In the tireworks wy every year in the L'ulted States, and in ships wh.ch belong to the Unite! Ktstes alone. Of conre, . our great aational powder-burning holiday comes in trie very heat and height of summer, it happens that we have to takeout inndane sulphureous refreshment for the most part all at one time, and in the hottest weather. The fourth day ol July consumes more fireworks in the United State. than all tne other days in the year, the ratio of about 9 to 1. The makers of Hibilunt combnr.libies estimate, that for con sumption la Uncle Sam's dominions they sell goods in the proportion or ubout 9 to 1, as before rtated. Were Independence Day stricken from th calendar, with it would vanish nine out of every ten d...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 July 1866

MYEMNG-'TE 7 A H A. TOL. VI.-Xo 1 IPPIIX. A.DELPH I A., MONDAY, JULY 3. 1866. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. 7 Fill IllI) EDITION LATER FROH HUP.0PE. . FIGI1TIHG COM rAEMCED. jpriissla Formally Declares War. , JPETJSSIAHS ENTER SAXONY i J Engagement Near Frankfort. VONE REGIMENT OF HESSIANS ALMOST ANNIHILATED BY THE PRUSSIANS. ilhc Austrian Army Hourly Expected in Saxony. iUSSIAWILL KEEP FRANCE IN CHECK 'Italian Government Declares War Against Austria. .The Reform Bill In the British of Commons. House . J. -WW.-, (DEFEAT OP THE ADMINISTRATION BY ELEVEN MAJORITY. . Etc, Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc. f Nbw York, July 2. The steamship Bremen, from Southampton on the 20th ult., arrived at this port this morning. The steamers Aleppo, And City of Cork have arrive 1 out. The steamer Ericsson will not sail from Southampton on the 33d, in consequence of the eonlinental war. I In the House of Commons, on June 18, Mr. Cardwell laid upon the table the report of the Jamaica Commission. J The deb...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 July 1866

2 rY 1 THE NEW YORK PRESS. JJDITORIAL OPINION'S OF THE LKADINt JOURNALS IITON CUIttiKNI TOPICS. OOMPILKD 1TKRT DAY FOR 1VKNIKO TKLFOII APII . English Politics. From the Tribune. The struggle lor parliamentary re'orni in Groat Britain has been In a picat dejrrcn over shadowed bj the more imposing events which lire trannplrlint on the continent of Europe; but it is, nevertheless, well worthy of attention as one of the natural fruits o( the victory of free dom in our own land, and as an effort to extend political rights to a clasa heretofore deprived of an j real voice in public affairs. We have on former occasions described the general nature f the Retrrm bills now before the Bniian Par liament, and commented opon the various stages of the content over them. But for the ake of presenting a complete view of the sub ject, we recapitulate btiofly the principal Jacts which are necessary to be known in order lo comprehend the present position of affair. The existing law of England divides ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 July 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JtiLY 2, I860. 3 CITY INTELLIGENCE J'or Additional City Inietliyrnce tee Iiflh rage. RRTUKNISG THE Flaos Programme cp thi Grand Parade. Toe Cnnviiittec ol Airnnpomint for the ftreat celebration ot the lourthhave nearly completed their prelimina ries. For the purpose of perfecting them they remain in eespion to-dny and to-morrow, from 9 A. M. until evening, nt the City Armory, Proad street, near Race. The amphitheatre In the Square wilt bo ttnlnhed to-morrow, in ample time lor all the excrcles. Tne ga'c l.;ading to the square will be beauti'ully decorated with aiches of evergreens. ' (ieneral Llaueocn ban l sned tbe following order regnluting the formation of the pio ce'sion Orders. The unilrrs'pned, pursuant to an thoiity ve3 id in him' by the committee ap pointed to mnke arrangements lor the reception, by his E.vcelletcv the (Jovernor of tho Coin nionwealth, ot the colors borne by the various 'ennn Ivunla orgnnizii'iong during the ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 July 1866

i wiling 5(lt(raili Ii published every afternoon (Sunday excepted) at No. 108 S. Third ttreet. Price, Three Cent rer Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, poyab'e to the Carrier, and mtiled to 9vbicriber out of the city at Eine Dollar Per Annvtni One Dollar and Fifty Centt for Two Month, invariably in advance for the period ordered. MONDAY, JUNE 2, 1806. rBBPOBS iKAViva ram Citt DtTBiwo Tin Summer Mourn, can bivi Tub Evkmno Tblbobaph mailed to thbir Address. Tbr.hs, 75 Cbhts fkr Month. A Reform Proposed In Oar Present Cor. tvvt Indian System. Thb Senate Fluance Committee. In reporting the Indian Appropriation bill, have m-tde amendments which radically change our present Indian system. They propose a removal ol the Indian Bureau from the Department of the Secretary of the Interior to that of the Secre tary of War, and the total abolition of the present plnn ol superintendencien, ajrencleo, and sub-agencies, and the substitution tbercfor of officers of the army, detailed fo...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 July 1866

AMUSEMENTS. fcRYArrs' MiN8TBfcL8.-In addition to the nla-htl performances, the Bryants appear on Wednesdav afternoon In grand matinee, at which all the lovers 01 minstrelsy can onjoy themselves to the utmost 01 their capabilities in that direotion. 7h.0t JLT.?",IT Iheatrb The week opens ait vii wi,h ne wctacular drama i the nave lost none ot its attractiveness lor the play-Room. a JIS1 announces this as his last week at tho rchtotreet Ibcatre, opeulnir this evening with a series of jokes, ill unions, and musical moroenux en. tirely new. His still crowded audionoes attest his never waning popn arity. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional Local Items see Third Page. ) How A FritE Occurred. About 3 o'clock yesterday morning a lire oowrrod at the southwen corner of Spruce and Dean stroeis, under the fol lowing circumstance : he house in question Is an Icecream saloon and dwelling, and Mr MoNebb, the proprietor, had sold out to .symonity A Uext-r, and the took possession on Satmday evening. A...

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. — 2 July 1866

2, 18GG. 6 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRArH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JULY NOTES OF TRAVEL fj ffbftl Crop f th Wl-Eiy. tblna; "IiOll" ! City Md jLk4 Pepla ruiiln Trtl, Etc. TLFIAPH fU'KCIAL CORREtJPOHDBNCaV LiK Citv, Minnesota, June 23, 1800. From whal 1 can re in travelling from Washington to jMlnnesola, and from extensive inquiry along the route, there is do reason to fear short cropt Of anything In the farming lino, unless in exceptional cases of winter wheat and rye. Crops are everywhere a little backward, but under the influence ot the recent rain are coining lorwnrd finely. In Minnesota everything looks lovely. Wheat brings two dollars a bushel, r nearly, at the liver towns, and lar'siera are training every nerve, or rather muscle, to break up as much new land as possible, and make their money while their great staple i in high demand. Instances are known where far mi are paid for byasinirle crop. Ever ox, horse, or mule is -warned for the breaking plough this year, and those who have...

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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. — 2 July 1866

FRENCH WOMEN UNDER THE EMPIRE. "No ono," says M. Mlchelet, "can Lave failed to remark the gradual but rapid separation ot the two sexes in France. They appear to have nothing In common, neither ideas nor Interests. There is no sympathy between them, scarcely mutual forbearance. They are comlua; to regard each other not only at nectsoary evils, but as natural enemies, restrained alone by the force Of circumstances fiom coming Into collision. The domestic hearth," he continues, "is cold, Ihe family dinner a silent meal; and at night each retires to a separate chamber, liven In society, the amiable hypocrisy of ordinary politeness is insufficient to draw the men towards the women. It there be eevoral rooms open for the reccntion ol thn mm nun v. the ladies wilt be found crowded together in the .nost spacious T ftiwl rounlntiHnut anaplmnnt wKaia t V. . - nMA .. ' 1 , V 1. j ... . I .... U U, TJtMMtV IUCJ "11 IV 1 If to their own devices, except when at long intervals some line old gentl...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 July 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JULY 2, 18GG. 8 side T I I C I. S4 ha l hi Al prei risk teis i THE PACIFIC. NEWS FROM CHILI AND TERU. NOTHING FROM THE SPANISH FLEET. Saf(l) of the reruv;in iron-Clads. THE AeRICaN SQUADRON. Death of Lieut. Newman, of the "Nyack" THE MESSAGE OF PRESIDENT PtREZ, His Unpopularity with the People. I'M A IIS OF A REVOLUTION. tic, rto., teic. Eu EtftA -jg, New York, July 2 The stefutiM Northern Light arrived at this port late 1bI 'iiiKtat, bring ing San FrnnfiHco dates to the loth ult. Onf uvitt irem fa ni4Ina Me to 4?ie 2M ulu Tne Tltl)i..i,e . peMecUy quiet. The newB is tin. lnprrtant. Th a raim, -were plentiful ana trade .UUU. lul w I Awerican States are tranquil. a jure vt as co jivViorable excitement in Nicaragua on account , 0l(1 aiwovexies. Tbe mines , ""' jcag om very rich. The crops gne- i..jr wit e a J4r average. Business is brisk on meoour A,C0Mt whose publi doBtination was ii.nkntrwn, all the re ft were dristap; awru.y the Sp...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 July 1866

rrn H H A 41 zLi Cxlm A IP o x -J-J PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JULY 3, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. VOL. VI.-No. 2. TTELMBOLD'S I11GI1L1 CONCENTRATED'' 4-J-c COMPOUKD FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHU. A positive una specific ren.ely lor diseases of the TUAlHiKtl, RlDNI-Art. GRVr.L, AND DKOFtMCAL BWt l.U.NUS. ihis medicine Increases the powers of dilution. and excite iho ahsotbenis Into healthy action, by which the matter of c ilcareo us deposfion i d all unnatural enlargements are reduoou. im wall as pain and IntUiauia tlon, and Is pood for men, women, jiUCl.il.lrcD. m nrl Hull lllllt HUH HUH huh linn mm mm iiiiistinnniiiiti HHHIlllUHIIMIl HIIU II H II HUH HHII IIIII1 HUH mil mm HUH UHH HELMBOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU, For weakness, attended with the following symptoms : Inilmpo, Ituin to Exertion, Loss ol rower, Loss of Memory, Ditllcu ty ol breathing, Wen Nerves, Trembling. Horror ol lbcao, Wak(i",!l,u,i'i'.v Dimness of Vision, Pnm In the Hot Hands. Flushing oi ibe body, rvneas of the 'kin, Kru ino...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 July 1866

THE NEW YORK PRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF THE LEADING JOURNALS UfON CURRENT TOPICS. COMF1LKD EVERT DAT FOB BTEMKO TBLKORAPI1, The Tariff Before Congress. From the T ribune. The livening Post after chuckling over the ill advised prediction of Mr. Wilson, ol'Iona.that A sternly protective tarl IT may cause "the pen dulum to swing to the other extreme," and sweep away all protection whatever add: "Thu Is vcrv truo j and he mlpht hare added that such a protective or prohibitory tariff as Is now pro poned is injurious to trio uianufacturi s alroidy estab lished, in another way- for it induces great uuuibors of capitalist to ruh into manufacturing, iu the hope of securing tlio extraordinary profits; anil thn, by over-manufacturing, when the tarift In modiiled at it will be, ruin is brought upon all alike, tne oid and the new." Will not our Western friends heed this state ment? Do they not desire to "induce prt-at numbers of capitalists to rush into manufiio turinef Men of Illinois, Missou...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 July 1866

SPIRITUALISM SMASHED. Snndfty Night' Nennce A I. .nic . f jntlllnarnKttte anil Pretannlo 't ink Tan Tied by the Ion nr nrl Deserted by the Spirit OooUwiu'e Hat Broken Over III Head and lit mi. fieir Taken to the Station Horn. , The whirling of timo docs many curious thin? ftna imonK others It lias broiijnt aoout l bo tliscom" fliure ot Colonel Goodwin, whoso researches iuto the mjstene of t ho spirit land, throufrj the medium ot Miss Van Wie, have attracted recently so niuuti attention at the Tombs aud olssffhcro. Ijut evonlnir quito a largo aud respcc'nblo au dit nee Mftinbled at the hall, No. 014 Broadway, tnr op towards tlio blua vault of heaven, lor tho iiurpoHO ot sharing with Mies E la, ' th child of Ood,'' tho beauties and tie Iphts of spiritual intercourse, and of witnessing lea's porlotnieu fur that occasion only by the friend y bands ol tho alortsaid spirt's, whow interest In Colouol Coodwin's weekly board bill Is evident and he piul. lhe tickets woro sold at tho door by a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 July 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGKAl'II. PHIL ADKIjl'IIIA, TUESDAY, JULY , 18CG. tl ptMished every afternoon. Sundays exeepted) at No. 108 S. Third itreet. Price, Three Cent J'er Copy (DoxMe Sheet), or Eighteen Cent$ Per Week, payable to th Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of the city at Aine IhiUars Per Annum,- On Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two 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. TUESDAY, JULY 3, I860. rR(?0i LBAVIHO TDM ClTT DURMO THE Summer Mourns, caw hav Tn Etkmso TBLSOBAPn MAILED TO THMB ADDRESS. TKR.H8, 75 Cents per Month. In order to allow all employes ou Tub Evening Telegraph an opportunity of celc. brating the Glorious Fourth, there will be no paper Issued from this office to-morrow. THE FOUHTII OF JULY. Oub great national anniversary, which pronitacs to be celebrated to-morrow with such unusual eclat, derives it chief...

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