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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 July 1866

TIIR DAILY EVEXLYG TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA. TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1800. 5 AMUSEMENTS ItHTABTS' M ihtrkm give an entire change of programme thii week at the Cliesnnt street Theatre. Jo-morrow (Fouith of Ju yi ihey fire a grind metl nee. There will be tiioiifsnds ot tirod and boated -trangers in the city who can rest themselves, cool themselves, enjoy them e ves, and hear tue bent sing, lug, see the liinu'f st of comedian, and rrtnrn home delighted with their visit to l'hf adolphla. The Hryants also appear CTcry erenln during the wee. -Catinoe at two o'clock j the admittance only tUtrty cents. CITY INTELLIGENCE t For Additional Local Items see Third rag'. University of I'knnsylvaxia. As- WUAi Commekckmbnt. I no commono'Tnent exor cises ot thin time-honored rnsti'ution took place this morning, at MubicbI Fund Hall, in prccnca ol a larye and appreciative audiuncs. the order ot txeiclscs cinbiaccd thu lol lowing programme: Music, by Hnsslcr's Orchestra Praver. Mutio. Greek Hul it i orv Louis ...

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. — 3 July 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM!. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JULY 3, 18GG. THE LOUISVILLE rRESBTftERY The following are some extracts from the speech of ltev. Dr. IL A. Board man, of this lty, in the General Assembly ol the Presby tcrlan Church, recently held nt St. Louis: ITere. sir. on the first dnv of this question there enmc lour brethren from the Presbytery o Louisville, and prevented their credentials to your Committee on commission your v-oiu-niittre. not their. That Committee passed upon them, and found them regular. Their names were enrolled. Thpy took their seats upon tho floor by the same authority, Mr. Moderator, with which you and I sit here. There was no question. Thoro was no qucpt'on as to the accu racy, or regularity, or validity of tUifl commis sion, iuo rrcBoytery or jouibviui3 was a rrus bytery in good fctnnding, as much so as the fresoytery 01 cniiiicotne, or tne rrosoyxer.y 01 Miami, or as the Presbytery down in Jersey I don't know which it is who sent a brothor here to...

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. — 3 July 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JULY 3, 18GG. LETTER FROM PARIS. Warm Wentbcr and Ita EfTeoM en Good floeletj City 1'anUlonablea Taking to the Water, bat the Elite of the Then. twtn la Town A Nlnjrer from the Opera Ceiuiqne and a Dancer from the ha telt uronptd with a Sporting Baron The lir-e) of "Panlln" and "Corn" Economic and Uoori Order of One ot the I-adlit Aooifiuonit Admirers Dw an Kegnlated by the Thermome ter Nklrts. Nbawh, and Clrenlnra. Paris, Juno 15 Tlie lust and Decent toplo of con versation ou tlie Boulevards is not bo muoh the liu pendiug war ai the present heat. When two geu t emen meet, tbo first thing tUuy do is to wipe their lorchcads and discuBS tho tbormomcter. The second, to condole with laca otner on the necessity ot sup porting; ex.stonco. The thud, to look bored, and complain ol the glare and dust, while thoy decide between suppressed yawns that Paris is empty, and awfully Slow. Nothing ot more intellectual order is exchanged between lli...

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. — 3 July 1866

8 INDEPENDENCE DAY. THE GREAT CELEBRA TION TO-MORROW. MUM OF STATE STAMUKDS. GRAND PROGRAMME OF THE PROCESSION. Our Brave Veterans! WHAT T HEY WILL DO, AND HOW THEY WILL DO IT. Tlo Music, Mivtli, anil tlic Illiimiuntiou, THE FOURTH OF JULY IN EUROPE AND AMERICA. Monarchy Dying in the Old World, anl literty Gloriously Triumphant and Blessed with Peace in the New. A LUSTY SHRIEK FROM THE AMERICAN EAGLE. tc,i Etc., Etc., Etc., 32tO. The Fourth of July is mo t pmpba'.ienlly an .American institution. The other republics on this continent, it Is true, have likewise been in the habit of celebrating the day on which they severed their political connections with the fl'cte moLarchics of the Old World. But this day fails), ae the case may be, on the 7th ol May, or on the 19th of June, or on the 2Sth of Sep tember. In no case, we can affirm with perfect safety, does it lull on or near the Fourth of July. In this respect we are alone in the world; we have it all to ourselves; to modify slightly...

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. — 5 July 1866

rm LP H VOL. VI.-Xo. PHILADELPHIA., THURSDAY, JUIY 5, 1800. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. J. THIS ETOMNG CjMPHo TV EUROPE. War-Details from Oermny aul Italy The Ft it" h! an March on and Occupa tion of Irnden Pontocaing- tbe Elbe Band Engineering to the City Oaten Report from tbe Anxtrlan JlMdiaiti fere, Eto. The European mafia by the Cuba re tched this City lrom Boston this morning. Our flies are dated to Ihe 23d of June. It Is officially announced that the contem plated visit ot the Emperor Napoleon to the towns oi the eastern department, after the fes tivities of the Nancy, is countermanded. The ITeiect of the ISas-Kliin hns informed the Mayor of Strasbourg of the tact, and the Mayor has given notice to the Municipal Council. In the Frclccl's letter he aaya that "the Em peror will not be able to visit, as he had In tended, the city ot Strasbourg in tho course of next month;" tbat the journey is postponed to another period; and that his Majesty rcjrrets the disappointment, and expresse...

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. — 5 July 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEG1UPIL rillUDELPIIIA, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 18(50. TIIE NEW YOKE PRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF TIIE LEADING JOURNALS UPON CURRENT TOPICS. COMIMLKD EVERT DAT FOR EVENING TKLFORAPH. Opening of the Grand Con Met In Europe from the Time. V The news lioni Europe on Tuesday Is up to the 24th of June. There has, as yet, been no great battle fought. Lives were lost and bluod wag ppilled, and the suicidal war in Germany has not only commenced, but there is no end to it until the victorious sword commands peice. At present no one can foretell wbo will be the happy one to bring pcaco to distracted Germaay. JSverythlnn Is at odds and ends, and at this distance, and with tho abbreviated account ol late occurrences in Germany that wo have received, we are enabled neither to prophesy nor to cive what we would call a complete pic ture of present aliairs. Nevertheless, we will endeavor to present otir conception of military mutters between Prussia and Austria and their Allies. It ap...

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. — 5 July 1866

tiik ii;n Tlio mrrry worM did on a day , With hi trnitiliintls and mates a l 'C To moot together whern I lay, And all In oyovl to jeerat we. Fht Pcauty crrpt Into a roc, Which wliru 1 jiluckM not, "Wr," paid she, Toll me, I prny, whoo brtnda are those ?" Hut Thou fhnlt answer, Lord, lor me. Tlirn Money enme, and, rhlnk'mg still, "What tunc to thl, poor man 1" Paid he; "I h"td In. intilc you had Utill;" Ilit Thou elmlt answer, Lord, tor inc. Then runic irrave tilory ptiftlnir by, In silks tht whl ll-d Who hut he?" lie nenreo allow'd mc hiilf nn eye: But Thou ahntt una we.', Lord, tor me. Then enmc quick Wit and Convert ion, And h- would uecdt u comlort he; And, to he short, make nn oration; Uut Thou ahalt answer, Lord, lor ma. Yet when the hour of thv itesiirn To atiawrr thepe lino th'uir Khali come, Fjirak not at litrpe; nay I am thine; And then lliey have their utifcwcr home. FIRST SENATE A FT Ell TIIE WAR. An lllntorlrikl llery tf Portrait lycitdirn, hut no litrlnrrli tnnln, Jobmo...

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. — 5 July 1866

TJIE DAILY EVEWG TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 180G. dining tkppli It published every afternoon (Sundapi excepted) at No. 108 S. Third ttrttt. Price, Three Centi Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Centt Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Subtcriberi out of the city at Mne Joltar Per Annvm; One Dollar and W Onf for Two tlontht, invariably in advance for tlie period ordered. To inture the Inter turn of Jdverthemenls in all of our Edition $, they must be forwarded to ouroJJIce not later ihanOyjocktahJIfing. THURSDAY, JULY 5, 186(i. rKRSOllS IEAVIKQ TBS ClTT DURING THB Summer Months, caw have Tub Evening Telegraph mailid to their Adpue83. Tkr.is, 76 Cents pki Month. Yesterday's Demonstration. How eloquent was the language of tbe flag yesterday 1 Gathered from a thousand glorious battle-fields, mementoes of a thousand terrible conflicts, perforated, tattired, torn, mangled, blood-stHlned how they spoke to eye and heart as no voice of silver-tongued orator or p...

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. — 5 July 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PIIILADKUMHA, T1IUKSDAY, JULY fl, 1800. 5 CIT ir INTELLIGENCE THE RAILWAY KINGS. A Grand Council at Musical Fund Hall -All the Great Roads Represented Reduction In Tariff on Rail road Iron Re commended. A National Convon Ion of delegate trom the varlou railroad oryanizallons throughout the United NUM. convened at Musical Fund Hall at noon yester.isr. This I tbe first convention of the kind (Tor held in till country, and the first meetinv of a national character held since the commencement o the Rebellion, ins South, a. will be seen by tin .1st of delegates, was well represented, lhe assembling of tnene great railroad entimen waa marked b? a very peroeptlve cordiality ot reeling and union ot sent nunt They camn lor the ?nmose conferring t"R thrr, and by combined action o advance ralltoad interests thtuBghoai ihecouatryln very purtlcuiur. 'lhe telegit from Southern railroads tk very no tlve part lu the meeting, and were listened to wi'b a inch ea.nesiness ...

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. — 5 July 1866

TOE DAILY . EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TIIUKSDAY, JULY 5, 18CC. G CITY INTELLIGENUE THE CELEBRATION YESTERDAY. Continued from our Eighth rage r When everything was at last In readinow. Ooneral Harry White, tho chairman of tho Committee ot Arrangements, arose amid profound stillness, and poke as follows i giueral wniT'a BPKCH. This assemblage will now come to ordor. Soldiers, Xaciies and (.iontlomon : You have conio this day to this place, under the shadow ot immortal memo ries, to witness and to aid to perform the last sceno in the long series of historic actions in which 1'enn aylvania's citizens bore a part so conspicuous, so eminent, so heroic, those war-worn banners to-day return to the frovommont ot this an at Common 'wealth. (Applause) through lour ears of llerco war's chaninir fortunes, fuithlul men bore them ono by one trom our btate They went out azamst tho armed boats ot treason proudly, defiantly, with flamm? told, symbolizing the nation's integrity. hoy come, back ...

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. — 5 July 1866

QUI IROX-llADS. rSK or lh "JiliaaMOBAtnikh'' The Beport of CnpiHln roi. i At Mated loot week, the Nary Depattmcnt bag re telved despatches Irom Captain box, Assistant Secretary ot t lie Navy, dated at Queonstovtn on tne 6tU ultimo, announcing the arrival thore on that lay ol tbe iiou-clad Aliantonomah and lior consorts, the Augusta and tbe Athuelot, aftor a run of ton dsys and eighteen boura from St. Jobos. The Journal shows that the trip was a pieaant one. with out eiihor accident or incideat or special intorest, thoufrh tho v.eis experienced some wind on tbe second and third days out. The lion-clad was not in tbe 1 ast disturbed by the wind or tbe heavy aeas, though the other Teasels rollod from ten to twenty, iivedegreos. In one of bis letter captain Fox dis cusses tbe BOa-going fighting capacliy of the iron, clads, and as his remarks and conclusions are of general interest, an extract Is subjoined i "Can the monitor style ot iron-clods inventod by Captain Ericton bo so construct...

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. — 5 July 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGftAFH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JULY 5, 1866. 8 INDEPENDENCE DAY. ThcGrcat Celebration Yesterday RECEPTION OF STATE FLAGS. The Grand Pageant in Inde pendence Square. AN OLD-FASHIONED FOURTH OF JULY. Fopiilnr Ovation to Oui MolilievH. HOW THE CENERALS WERE LIONIZED. Speeches of (iencrals Meade, Han cock, White, Governor Ciirtln, and Others. THE SPLENDID ILLUMINATION LAST NIGIIT. Scenes Incidents Accidents. X3tOt Etc., S2to. Etc. X3to. The celebration yesterday of the ninetioth anni TerBary ot onr national independence had more than a common significance. It was the fit consum mation of the glgantio civil war throutrli which tbo Republic has so labor tously and successfully paisod. A year a (to, it is truo, the ordeal of battle was bappily over; but vast armios wore still main tained in tho Mold, and ono of the lalrost and most fertile sections of tho country was still a soone of desolation and suffering. Hen's minds, both Ivorth and bouth, were tar lrom quiet, ...

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. — 6 July 1866

rrn pfEF" - JL JJ LL VOL. VI.-No. 4. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JULY G, 18GG. DOUBLE SIIEET-TIIltEE CENTS. TIIE GREAT FIRE AT PORTLAND. Rvn Raaka, Tonr Newapapew, Fonr Holela, and Eight Charebca Horned Tw Thousand Families) Uaracd Oat. Saco, Me., July 5. I have just returned from the city t Portland, where I have witnessed the most terrible conflagration ever inflicted on city in New England. Nearly one-half the territory had been burned over since Ave o'clock yesterday, P. M. The tire broke out in a boat building shop, just above Brown's sugar house, the wind blowing u gale and continuing for twelve hours, burning over a mile in length, and from one-fourth to one-half aiile in width. Brown's sugar-houst s are ail in ashes. . The tire burned in a northeasterly direction to Exchange and Middle streets, thence to Con gress and Cumberland streets, thence down through the town to the Grand Trunk Railway station. All of Middle and Exchange streets are In ruins, and all of Conaress street, fro...

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. — 6 July 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, Fill DAY, JULY G, 186C. THE KJW YOEK PRESS. EDITORIAL OriNIONS OF THE LEADING JOURNALS UPON CURRKNT TOPICS. COMT1LID kVIT.T BAT FOR EVEKISO 1 FM?onAPII. New lire for Cavalry in F.mopcan Atmics. grom the Herald. ' The late Rebellion in this country was a revo lution Hflccting not only the political and sociftj Btat js ol tlio country, but one developing slnu. larly Important innovations in science and the rta, particularly in the military art. Not the letiht remarkable of these was the revolution Jiroduced in the organization and uce of cavalry. In the time of Napoleoa, and even down to the jpeace of Villalranca, the cnvalry of a European Winy were Us "wings." Aelde from its duty in covering the flanks of the infantry, the cavalry Was only used in pursuit of the enemy, or lu covering a retreat. Instead of using it as the .'wlngi," we employed cavalry during our late var as the "eyes ot the army." It was kept on the iront, flauk, and rear ot ...

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. — 6 July 1866

TIIE DAILY. EVENING TELEGRAPHY PHILADELPHIA, FIUDAY, JULY .6, 18GG. 3 CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City Imetlijoice sie Jh-.Vi 1'au. rK0CEEPlNG8 OF COUNCILS. In brtcct Council yrniprday, a minsnKC whs receive Jroni the Major, enclosing the report of the ltoard of Health tor 18Go. Mr. Harlow, Irom the Committee of Confer enee on the bill mnkinfr ou appropriation tor the Street ClunnBinn Department, made a re port, which was adopted. Mr. liodgdon, rhamrnn of the Committee to verify tbe Cilj Treasurers accounts, reported the balance in the city treasury on the let of July, lsttt;, at $1,.24,1W'.!7, divided as lo'ilo8 : $1,175,000 to pay interest on ritydebt duo July lht; $lI5,3G0-45 to pay wnrrunts; $'2,'IO,752,(ifl be longing to the pinking fund. The police and school teachirs to be paid up to July lt. Mr. Harlow presenuvl an ordinunee appro priating $.!( 00 to tit up Miyaincnintr Hall lor a police Miit'ou. Alter beini? amended co as to provide that such littinsr up fhall not tnke...

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. — 6 July 1866

Owning Mtppli 1$ published every afternoon Sunday excepted) at No. 108 5. Third street. Price, Three Cent Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Centt Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of the city at Mine Dollars Per Annum; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Month, invariably in advance for the period vrderM. 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 Momtna. FRIDAY, JULY 6, 18G6. Perboks leavikq the City duriwo the Summer Mohthb, car bats Tub Evemho tr.i eorafh mailed to their address. terms, 75 Cents per Month The Example ot the Border States. The position ot most ot the border States on the subject of Rebel disfranchisement, ts worthy of remark. In West Virginia, Tennessee, and Mis soun, the policy of disfranchising those who were guilt; of rebellion has been incorporated Into the organic law. Each of these States, during the war, was the theatre of civil war in ...

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. — 6 July 1866

AMUSEMENTS. I)STiT' MisTnBi.fl Jiew programme, scln tilatnia with fluxlif of wit. suralin with melody, and bubbling with the reheat of Jokes. The public ipreclate the Bryants' entertainment, hence 1 tie full houses ( very insht at the Chesnut Street Thealro. 1 omorrow their third malinei, commen cing at two o'clock. Wai.kitt Street Thkatrb To thoo who can notviHt Cai'eMav ana batl e we the Naiad Queen and nymphs ot beauty, loving iu the silvery and placid lake of the Lint ue Mower, and thon be satis tied with what themanajfoinent have done to amuse you. Robbrt IIellkr keeps cool in the midst of hit astounding diab erica, at the New Aroh Streot Thea tre; in act, hia extreme cooln gs, which sstonisbos so many every n'ltbt, i onj ot the great secrets ol tbisgnat artis.'s success. Hellor changes hia pro gramme nightly. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional Local lUms see Third Page. Tub Railroad Convention Remos- OTKAhCK AOAIAST A iilOH T ARIFF ON ltAlLROAD Ikon. In anotlnr coiuiuu will bo f...

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. — 6 July 1866

THE LONDON OPERA DIRECTORS.' A l f Anecdotic Memoir of Principal Idea Connects! Hh be Ilrctlua of 0er-IuolenU r Hanngenient, with RemlaUcenoM of , Celebrated Composers,' J.eadlnsr Nlu em, JEte. Etc. BY THE AUTHOR OP "QUEERS OF SONG.'' In ie-18 Covent Onrclen Thr-atre was taken by Mr. Pelarleld, a yountr man. wbo uad rM!ently attained his majority, ami come into possesion tt a fortune of one LimUiud thousand pound?., lie wan, it unfortunately happened, totally Lino Tant of even the nio-t ordi nary practical detail ol the niniiatremrnt ol an oneratic PstiiblisuiiK-iit, nd was obliged to depend on others lor advice in the commonest manors connected with the theatre. , , ... , , . The projecUn which he issued declare 1 that the Royal Italian Opera was commenced with a view to "(be eil'cctive representation of opera "by the mo.it eminent composers, without dis tinction of country." There was a certain uomaly involved in the title of the Royal Italian Opra but the works were sung In Itali...

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. — 6 July 1866

THE ATLANTIC TELEGRAPH. BemnrkMble ImproTtmenl Hw Hlg Mailing latrnmnl)-llie Wire Worked Wliboat laanlallon. Programme of Operation). In the London 1 intra oi June 23, we find the followiiisr Interesting account of the prepara tions tor the Atlantic, Telegraph expedition, vhich is to start next week. It will be seen that gome improvements have been mado tn the apparatus to be used in this expedition, and that a remarkable experiment has demonstrated the feasibility of working the conducting wire Without insulation. The limes says: "If any illustration were ever needed to show the unflinching determina tion of English enterprise, no more signal ex ample could be pointed out than in the repeated costly and almost yearly efforts made to establish permanent electrical communication betweon this country and America. Within a week from this date the tilth expedition organized lor this purpose will leave England. In 1867 the first effort was made, and tailed, when about three hundred miles...

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. — 6 July 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA- FRIDAY, JULY 6, 1866. 8 THE FJaiXIA-NS. HOTCmcnta of ColoI Roberta Iiel IVntro Stephen Prepftrlnir a Mol-rnto-NtltrlDC Addrtii fro Generatf Sweeney, Et. Last week the Fenian Senate adopted an ad sjreati to the organization in Ibis country, or which a ajnopt-fo has already appeared. Tho Senate has since adjourned, witn the under tandin(t that they are to reassemble in a short time for the purpose ol perfecting; measures to pluce the organization on a purely military bails. Colonel William R. Robert addressed .a ma lectin at Detroit on the Fourth, and is ex pected to return to this city in a short time. Chief Organizer James Stephens haa been stopping at Uiith, Long Islaml, for the la it lew days. During that time he has been preparing an address for the Fenian Brotherhood in this countrn. He is expected to return to this city on Saturday next, and on Monday he will leave for DoBton. GENERAL SWEENEl'S ADDRESS. St. Albans, Vt., Julr 4 to the M...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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