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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 July 1866

SGMAJPH. T H A A. A PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JULY 7, -186G. VOL. YI.-No. 5. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. 1 V 1 HELMBOLD'S "HIGHLY CONCENTRATED" COMPOCSD FLUID EXTRACT OF BUCHU. A positive and specific remedy for diseases of the PI, ADDER, KIDNKIM. URAVt.L, AND UKOfMlCAL HWttLLUlOH. 'Ihis medicine Inoreanes the powers of digestion, and excites the absorbents Into healthy aollon, by which tbe matter of calcareous deposi tons and all unnatural enlaiemenU are reduced, a well aa pain and In II animation, tad la good for men, women, ad children. HHR HHH Hull HUH mm mm HHH Hllll HHH HHH iiHHiinnnHHH BHHUilUUHIIK rillQ HHH HHH HHH HHH HHH HH'I HHH HHH HHH IIELMCOLD'S EXTRACT BUCHU, Por weakness, attended with tbe following symptoms: Indispotluon to Lxertion, Loss ot Power, loss of Memory, Diitlcu ty ol Ureathlng, Weak Serves, Trembling. Horror of l'lseaso, Wakelulness, IiUnnes ol Vlalou, Pain in the Hack. Uotliandg. Flushing 01 ibe Body, ryness of the kln, Erumious or tbe Face, Universal l.ai-s...

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. — 7 July 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PIIILADELPIIIA, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 18G0. LITERATURE. REVIEW OF NEW BOOKS. Distort or Julius CnfA. Volume II. Har per Pro. Philadelphia Agents: J. 0. Lip plncott A Co. The first volume of the Emperor's work brought us down to the comnipucement of the "Commentaries." The second volume t'c np the thread of the narrative where it was dropped, and draws it slowly before us down to the con clusion of the Gallio wars and the crossing of the Rubicon by the troops of Cirsar. The Har pers, in their exccllont translation, bound in great beauty and with nnrivalle i typoffraphical excellence, give us In a preface the names of the various sovereigns who have written works on the same subect as that selected by Napoleon. Among the Hot we notice many not familiarly known as authors to the general reader: 1 he King ot Franco, Charing VIII, showed an es pecial admiration lor the "Commentaries ol Cteaar." and the eelobratod monk, Uooort Uaguin. pro sontod to him, in 1480, t...

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. — 7 July 1866

,C1T Yt I NT.E L-LIQ E N C For Additional City IntellUjtnce tee W !VT?f. ' - ' ' The Last Art Association. Wi would call the attention of our readers to one of those large projects wuich are essentially grand in their character and which could only originate in our own country, and at the same time would point out the unhesitating manner in which It has been Indorsed by the leading citizens of Chicago, as a proof that it will be carried out in a pure ana unexceptionable manner, which mutt render it attractive both to the lovers ef art and the merely speculative mind. This Is the Crosby Opera House Art Association, i - Owing to the (treat excess of Mr. Crosoy's ex penditure m buildinp the Chicago Opera House over ihe original estimate, resulting from the Increased cost of cverythtnir during the war, he became financially embarrasse f; and the sale of tie magnificent edifice he had reared becoming necessary, the Inends of art here and Jn the West nugcested the feasibility of making it...

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. — 7 July 1866

It pubUthrd every afTrrrroon (Sunday I excepted) i Ho. 108 S, Third street. Price, Three Cent Per Copy Double Sheet), or Eighteen Centt Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Subscriber out of the city at Sine Dollars Per Annum,- One Dollar and Fifty Cent for Two Month, invariably in advance for the period , ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Edition, thry must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. SATUBDAY, JULY 7. 1860. pKBKOBi LKAYIKO THE ClTT DURING THIS S0MMXR Mouths, oak hat Tb Evening Tkliorapb hailkd to thbib Addbkss. Terms, 76 Cksta pek Month New England and the Tariff. It w quite ihe fashion anions our Democratic politician whose hie Host conception of states manship is to foment sectional Jealousies and discords to represent a protective tariff as peculiarly a Neio England measure, and on the strength of that representation to endeavor to arouse against her the prejudices of other por tion of the country....

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. — 7 July 1866

TOE DAILY EVENING- TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JULY 7, 18GG. 5 CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional Local Item tee Third Page. A Slippebt Memory and What Camb of it. Charles Bogers ti unfortunate in having one ot the poorest memories on tecord. He gets taoei and Da mot most wotul.y mixed up. It also aopears that tie u somewhat revengeful, and when th.ne two tailing are taken Into account, it ia not surprising that he comes to grief now and tucn. Yesterday inch a mishap befell htm. Passing along De aware avenue, be espied a youth sitting opon a boa, and enraged in the wearisome pastime ol ''waiting lor a bile " The 007 had a Iced permission of the proper persons to cast his line In the waters thereabouts, and as he pueared to bo re flpoctable in bis outfit and ol a sober demeanor, tills trifling iavor was not denied bim 8 111, nobody ap peared to know bis name or antecedents In this re pect Charles Koger thought be had an Immense advantage oyer the lounger about ttio pier. He knew...

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. — 7 July 1866

- . NU-MBEB LXXV. A 1ET FOR MEN T1I DYSPEPTICS, AND A CURB FOR BT-rOCnoNDRIA, HY-POCRI8Y, OR ANY COMPLAINT'OF A HY ORDER. BY OUK SKItlKS EDITOlt. ALMANAC AND DIARY. fnORT MZTRB-ILLOQICAb OBSERVATIONS FOR TH WEAK. July. Monday, 2.-Mavor Hardwfeko, of Montreal, issues a proclamation against red-nosed Cana dians wearing green spoctacle as it is Dlainlr raising the Green above the Red. This ioke ia the result 01 the hot weather. J Tariff bill in the Jlouso, bv adding 4 cents on '.T0,fS- ,WW'1 uggWtacon.e. uuont additional tax on the Telegraph tad po es uod on the road, fh.s remark is the ro suit of the state ot the weather. ".ffM . -'enta.ton or tha war-flags to the .Mu:e, from (ieneral Aleada to Governor tiirtii; a)a, Chesnnt Street Bridge thrown oieu ; tho Mayor issues a proo'amation attains m bemg lhr0WD oat in 0 Ttinrariny, 5.-South Penn Hose and Lafavotte ilos e tompanlr-s have ihelr annual riot flieSe companies not being able to keep cool onJiit not to be allowed any hose at ail. ...

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. — 7 July 1866

7 THE NEW YORK PRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF TIIE LEADING JOURNALS UPON CURRENT TOPICS. COMPILED 1VIP.T DAT FOB ITKHIltO TRLFORAPn. Von Hismaik's Ambition and Its ResnlU. From the Timet. ' There Is pothtug certainly In the character or past career of the great Prussian statesman, Von nisraark, to call forth the esteem of any lover ot liberty and popular rights In Europe. He has been the uncompromising supporter and unscrupulous advocate of extreme monarchical right In Prussia.' If he had his way, the Prus sian Parliament would have ceased to be any thing but a subservient council of the King. He has treated its rights and dignity with the most contemptuous disdain, and has even ven tured openly to break up a popular tinging festival in Cologne, because tho Liberal party expressed Its views in some of the social gather ings. While he is at the helm the liberals of his couutrv have no faith in any policy he may piopose, or any war which ho may lead. They hate bini as the worst enemy ol...

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. — 7 July 1866

8 LETTER FROM REV. JOHN CHAMBERS. jftt the Editor qf The Epening Tele graph Erroneous statements having appeared in The Evihiho Telegraph in regard to a transaction be tween the Bev. James Neill and myself, I feel that it it due to myself and my congregation that I should five a simple statement of the fact in the ease. As Mr- Neill had frequently filled my pulpit during my absence irora the city, wnon about leaving home In the summer of 1804 I eal'ed upon him to en gape his service for one or two Sabbath mornings. He Informed me that his engagements wore such that be could preach but once; and having confidence in his Judgment, I then arted him to recommend some person for the morning ot the next babbath. lie montloned the Rev. Mr. McKce, whom 1 requested him to engage for me, and agreed to give them, as is eustomary, each 910 lor their services. I expected to be absent from my church three Sabbaths, and had mritod the Rev. Mr. Wili-on, of the Trcsbytorian church, to fill my pulpit...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 9 July 1866

VMNMG T p)0 ,1 H H vol A PniLA.DELPIIA,- MONDAY, JULY 0, ' 1866. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. VOL. VI.-No. 6. AU TIIU WAR IN EUROPE. Great Battle Between the Aus trian and Italian Armies. Italians Defeated after a Long and Bloody Engagement. The j Sustain UcaTj Losses and arc Forced to Rceross the Mlnclo. A Son of Victor Emanuel and Several of His Generals Wounded. The Austrian Capture Several Cannon and Two Thousand Prisoners. Six Hundred Austrian Pri soners Sent to Milan. Great Courage and Endurance Dis played by Both Armies. The Italians Overwhelmed by Supe rior Numbers. The Advance of General Cial dini Postponed. No Fighting Yet Reported in the North. Tret able Capitulation of the Hano verian Army. Etc., Etc.. JKtc, Etc., Etc. THE WAR IN ITALY. Heavy Battle Between the Italian and Aiifttrlau Armleit Xlin Latter Doni- IItely Victorious, trio Italians Ke crtmsj me Mlkci.. ITALIAN DESPATCHES. Italian Headocarteiib. Sunday Evening, Jnno2i A desnerate engagement bun Just taken place in ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 9 July 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEG R A PIT. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JULY 9, 18CG. Western Road was not bnllt In th right placs; bat that It ought to hare been built omwber between Meadvllle and Erie. How is it possible to Ret that question before ibe Court? I oao tank a railroad over my own lands, and It concerns myself alone It la an Individual right fiat wben I com" to make a railroad through the lands of other people and to Issue stock to Irresponsible parties, U be comes a franchise. It Is a royal prerogative In the bandsof the subject. How Is It possible for any private person or persons to raise any questions about my right to do tbist Suppose the Attorney Oeneral out of the case altogether, and that on had never beard of him In It. How le It possible that six sensible. Intelligent men, looking; at each other here, can doubt for a single moment about any question like that. Hut wben the Attorney General does come Into Conrt, and when he doee bring his quo warranto and does not touch a sin...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 9 July 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGUAPIli PniLABELPIIIA, MONDAY,' JULY '9,' '1866. of crrdltors or a jadtciftl pate or transfer," can any man my to me that ibe lease ul oueron1 to another la a Judicial ) or, transfer I Passlu' u i tha other extraor iiarr thing thnt tb trnf r n II TOid because. tb lease la Told, 1 do not tin k we can b anstvered on thia point, lean reidllyinn. demand tbnt ibe Hunbury and Erie, whi I made thia agreement, eaid to itself, Wa are willing to deal with yon, Catawlesa Company; we know what ) on are, bat we know what baa occurred in tbe past and wbat maV occur stain, and If yon pans Into tbe banda of an ofTicer appointed by the Court we do not care to be Involved with bim In any quarrel, and tbereiore if tbat la done the contract is at an end." Mr. duller Onr rlew t that the word ludlelal t doea sot apply to the word transfer at all. bat aim ply to tbe word sale. I suppose thnt there ia no I UDctuation In tbe record, tbat there ia no comma at all. Bat we believe that tb...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 9 July 1866

THE DAILY EVENING" TELEtiRAl'IT. P'.ttlLADELI'IIIA, MONDAY, JULY 0, lSGb. toting SbJcljcgtuiiTi tt publirhtd every afternoon (Sundapt excepted) at No. 1C8 S. Tltird itrtet. Price, Three Cent Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Centi Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and miiled to Subicriliert out of the city at Nine Dollar Per Annum: One Dollar and Ftfly Cent for Two Month, i variably in advance for the period ordered. To inturt the Intertion of Advertitmenli in all of our Edition, they mutt be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Aforntng. MONDAY, JULY 9. 18G0. PERSONS HAVIWQ TH ClTT DtTIUHO THS cmmr JUonrns, can havk Tb Evkmnq Teihorath mailed to thsibAddrkm. Tbh.h, 75 Cents pkr Month. (End of the Russell-Gladstone Ministry. The deep intercut taken In the war now protest ing in Europp, has tutned public attention avay from a struggle as momentous as that goinir ou in the Quadrilateral. We refer to the British Ministerial buttle in Parliament. In the one case the...

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. — 9 July 1866

AMUSEMENTS. Bbtabi' Minstrels, at the Mew Ci-rnat offer it Dew bill nightly. The tmophe coo,efl bf , combination bffca and lie..,, but It is not half as cool M Flank Monn'i latitat Utpsui. AltBl WALNUT the Naiad Queen itill reigns supreme, and appear 10 large and doll ;htod audi enoes each evening, Th Arch Street Theatrr still holds iU own wiib Heller and his wonder. ul diablerie. This week tbe Sphj nx and otner curious things will bo brought out. CITY" INTELLIGENCE For Additional Local JUtna see Third rag'. The Weathab. Nothinir in the way of ibeat 01 a more eaotuciotmg character than vaster day's temperature could well be imagined in itiM latitude. At 8 o'clock in 'be attoruoon the mercury at I ourth and Chesnut streets stood at decrees, while at tbe Merchants' Exchange it had rm n to tfS ttegrees. Ibiswaa hail a uegree higher than tiiat attained ou tne 1 rtvious day, which, as ever, bod knows, was ratber warmer thau ouo could wish lor comfort s sake. As a eonsequenoc, we have man...

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. — 9 July 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JULY 9, 18CG. THE NEW YORK PKES3. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF THE LEADING JCURNAL8 UPON CURRENT TOPICS. 1CMP1LLD AVERT DAT OR MVJUUHO TXLBORAPB. Out Native Chines The Party or Pr hibitlon. from the Timet. The violent effort of the Tribune to identify the Union party with a hiirn protective party will not succeed; but ita endeavors, as well as the words or Mr. Stevens in a recent debate, in which free trade and Rebellion were apparently regarded as growths of the same poll, give a color to some of the worst accusations of onr European enemies, that onr struggle was in th interest of protection, rather than of nationality or liberty. The great Union party included within its wings persons of all probable shades ol opinion on the tariff question. Free traders, revenue tariff men, protectionists, and excla slonists. A convention of the party aever ven tuied to enunciate any principles on the ques tion ot low or high protection; and tor the Tr...

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. — 9 July 1866

AOVEHTURES OF AW ERONAUT. Oymaantiea lo th (lonU-Aerobttl Perfvrn.auc vs. a Hala Atonu-A Drop Two Jlaob, .d fmll Into the On the afternoon of the Fourth, Mons. Auuste Buislay, of the gymnastic troupe, whose elegant and graceful execution of the most difficult gymnastic feat at the New Bowery Theatre have boon attracting lar$ and enthusiastic audiences for the past two weeks, was advertised to make a balloon ascension from Elm Park. Not only was he to ascend skyward, but during his rise and progress he was to execute in mid air, upon a trapeze pendent from the balloon, seme of the most difficult feats peculiar to his profession. The atcent was made and the fea's performed in accordunee with the programme, but a denouement was provided not set down in the bills, which very nearly cost the daring uto naut his life. His balloon, which Is of the genns Montolfcr, diflers Irons those we are accustomed to seeing somewhat in its construction, but especially in the maimer in which it is tille...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 9 July 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JULY 9, 1866. LEGAL INTELLIGENCE. CUM night In Mnrylitnd. "KIIPITFNCY CP COIOI! ED WIT'KflflKfl CtlHFLICT BLTWSKN FKDKRAL AftD, HTATSI LAW UNITKU STATUS LAWS PABAMO'JXT CIVIL RMMJT8 BILL BUBTAIMD. A very important decsMon ha rooen'lv been ren dered by Jouire Howie, chief Justice ot the Co art ot Appeas ot Maryland, Wwnnff upon tne aoDltcatlou I tbe Civil Kights bill to tlio lawa of this Mate. The facta of the cane, a w are lnlormec bra correspond ent, a, e that lr. A. U. fomen, of Rockrille, Mont pomei y county, on the 22d ot June, committed an unprovoked asea.ilt upon a poor, unofli'iid'nir, and peaceable colored man in tne streets of Kockville, beating him very severely. 1 his coloied mnu'a wi'e, on the day following the swan t, sued out a wariaut before ti. Monday, Eiq., Justieoot tlio ce m Kuctviile, against Sorners, u h.cb bo w an arrested aud arraigned before tno magistrate. Uoorce Peter. K.q., a irominent Domo ratio .awycr, w...

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. — 10 July 1866

CD' H H A VOL. VI.--N0. 1. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JULY 10, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. rm THE BANKS IN THE OIL REGIONS. The lion. c. T. culver In Jail. Meadville, Pa., July 3. If a man is down, tick bitn, push him, strike him anything to help Lis downward proyres?. Facitin deccnsHS avemi: let's make it so much the easier lor the poor devil who is treading that downhill road. That is the logic ot the woild. Let me toll you a Ptory to prove It, Charles Vernon Culver was at the head of one of the most snccesetul banking-bouse.1- iu .New York. A resident of Franklin, Venango county, Pennsylvania, the very heart of the Oil Heron's, lie naturally turned his attention toward that country, and devoied his energies to its develop ment, lie established banks, built railroads, luid the foundation of towns. The town of Reno nad its birth in Mr. Culver's brain. A company was formed, wboe rrMdont was the Hon. Galtnha A. Grow, ex-Spfakerof the Home, with Mr. Culver as Vtcc-Prcident and Directo...

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. — 10 July 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JULY 10, 18GG. THE NEW YORK PRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF TUB LEADING JOURNALS UPON CURUBNT TOPICS. COMPILED ETKKT DAT FOR EVEKISO TM.FORAPM. Tbe South and its Opportunity. From the Times. The Southern press In almost unanlraou In lbs approval of tbe call for the Philadelphia Con Tentlon. And, as a rule, tho grounds upon which approval Is given are toinpprate and just. There are some notable exceptions, whose expressions of opinion augur not well lor either section. Such are they who urge the 8outh to refuse all concession, to asseit Its sovereign riphts In their entirety, and to submit to a con tinued exclusion Iroin Onansi ratner than do aught which mav look lite humiliation. The utterances of these journals are coined In the mint that lummhed the ideas of tbe speech recently delivered by Mr. Alexander II. H. Hiuart In Virginia, and tbere can be no doubt that they reflect tie views of a considerable por tion ot the Southern people...

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. — 10 July 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPII. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JULY 10, 186G. OITIr INTELLIGENCE For Additional f ity Intelligence tee Jit(!i Pace. General Sherman in Philadelphia. Idalor-General William T. Sherman reached tbie city ycBtcrdny, and put up at the Conti nental Hotel. In the atternoun, in company with Major-Genera! Meade at.d Mayor McMl cbael, he visited tbe Iron-clads atLtasuo Island, and, alter an inspection of them, returned to tbe city by water, and was landed at (he south p4er ot the Navy Yaid. A corauanv of marines was drawn up in line to lalute the distinguinhed visitor, and uliey were received by the chief officer in command at the yard, amid the roar of cannon on ten receiving ship Prinneton. Neither Gencial hlerman nor General Meado had anything aoout them to denote their rank, both being plainly aulrcd in citizen's drets. They returned to the hotel at an early hour. In the evening the General was entertained at the Union League bouee, and at 11 o'clock be was complimen...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 July 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH.- PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY", JULY 10, 18C0. Owning Mtpirfi U published every afternoon (Sunday excepted) at No. 108 8. Third street. Price, Three Ctnti Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Wttk, payable to the Carrier, and milled to Subscriber $ out of the city at Nine Hollar Per Jnnvm; One Dollar and Fifty Cent for Two Month, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Editions, thty must be forwarded to our office not Inter than 10 o'clork each Rfnmina. TUESDAY, JULY 10, 18G8. tersoks x.kavikq th clty hurino the Summer Months, can bats Tub Evbmno TrxKonAru nailed to their Addukss Ter.9, 76 Cents pkk Month. The Probable Fate ol ihe Tailff Bill. TnK New York Tribune this morning contains the following despatch In rceard to the proba bility oi tbn adoption of tUe Tariff bill in the Ilouse: "The consideration of the Tariff In Committee of the Whole was nnHhed thin afternoon. To morrow the readi...

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