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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 December 1864

THE DAILY EVENING TETECIHAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SA'ITIiDAV. DECKMHER 31, 1801. fening Sclcflrapli ; RATrftDAY, M.CKMIUCR .11, lsr,,. BPli.lT Or THE SlEW YOSK PEES3. twins KdUnrkih from the New York Pnprrs ThU Mornln;. .., Tiir. riMMini vr. h-avi i r ir iih I '. iuaivsi THK uciir.l l.IOK, from (Ae Tim. No )car of the war bn ' '-n no I'lH civc ui ilnst tbt BrtH'lllnn in thus : A. h iln-en to-tlay. Njne ban lroii(i h t us an t iv reverfe, so mi ir j -cetnta. In our n ilivry a il ntv.il opera' nvis j nul In all lb"! :i t cr ij n no bin ft do. i Jc.tiy turned tl c Kble in i .or t.ivoi. Tha rtvirn.s ut any loO'imt liuvei liee-j only four In nntiiLer : - n . r Mnne inn 'i ittiiio, th a vt tlie Hni l.'irt r cn;'m'I I ii l'i April, iv J ili.it of tie Wllrnln; tun t'i il t.- n, w b l.m ju-t tikem laer ai.il twu of dinner livily mii.tll Impnt nre, tbt ilili'u- a: ( n.n-, i- ,r.ia, in IVmimy, am;, the niilnitiinutc is-mul the m no rxnlo-'un before lVL'' ur.- in .'i.iv. (iiu' df t'n-ss re.- trrfis i...

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. — 31 December 1864

A J AT .1 UAH KDAY, MX KM Mill 31, W4. ' f". fv. mm -, fri, h. M:h i i:k r.i l i s. iiv mi n n t t or.. K Irp ont, rlnc nut, jrc New Yrar lidls, l-'irrn Hi' ret. ii p utiil Mci jili' Irtrf V I t'n'tr a i.iini i o-ntu sclls c Ii ml a. g 'i s ' i In- c ! Kini; "HI. i i 11 ;: ir, Ai'l n'Vlo rlut. I,..t el! ln- i'i'o, lu Mimit A lilt S'll!!, .'ii r vrry lini.il, Uf Yn toiy tliioi ;tnut ibe IhtiiI ! Iiii'p out, riiijf out, m Nmv Y.'ir'ieil., I iiiin tun, I- (iji im.U sut)1m liuih ; Fit mill wo km w vimr otin.l furiMulK The ginii'iiiK iliiwn in' Mi.eity ! liniF rut. vlii, nut. Anil W'il- ye lintf. lt llll III'" l'. lipid BllOIlt Ami miil', in i vi ry b.iuil. (if In vu..ni' triii mpli in the lnml '. U is 'Hi, rin out, ya Nc Year lulls, Kumi inrn i tup una mi -f pip liixh ; U'l'H ou' tin- wroni: th tt with tin uWi'Us, King n th rilit tpproiti-bing nih ! kin;,' mil, riuii inn, Anil whi'ii ye rii:f I p: all tin- pLoplv biiout And k ni;, I in rvorY hutiil, it j"j ami k ailnum in the land! lin ...

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. — 31 December 1864

) TITE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAriT. rnTLADELriTIA, SATTJJIPAY, DE'CEAfBKR Vl8fll. 5 cuing .Sclcrjvapli f tVUVkf, DECBMBKR 31, 1864. tfTE JCTDJE8 OF ENGLAND. s J f'anWwrff t jiionornbie inemlicf tins promi1" 1 to'tnrn ji wi st he in plcnseil t' rill Insminil." ' ni rabla scnllxainn lift" trcatcl it suiiiprt be kuowa no'.liin. in tiriii (XT of nun 1 fculri lnta,mctiite dim from tru.ttltii; cilnf 50 of Mch ho km w niurti.'' TlH'se lira Jot' thfl ftmrrittiiM wrh whl' h hrrivii.T Ji.nn irrita iti the Imver house ; hut iliu uriilis lords were sliocl eil fi'id -n n l.t 1 -V In the ritlme on tl.o s.ilniou IWli rv nrped a numt rous lurid of ln rcili'urv Ini'liiiCm:; rrthitit't tninKtr'rs and us.-V-, wf'h dixiriiics S't'ivers ve of lliu in st jr of property. Ho nttrrs tliosc ttidus f evenly. baliini'Od. hliinil tone of v.'i'-e, ' t yt.e sniaile-t symptom of mar; an', lie, 8 A very little gull in In tlispusi'.iuu ; Inn f not ilie lc9 irriiniiiiK on Hint ii'r unit. J urolonfjcd clircr wMi nhith I,...

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. — 31 December 1864

it 8 (Svcninrj clcjtapli SATVUDAY, DhCRMREU 31, mi. AMI sr.M RITN. New Chi.khit SrnrKT Thkatrk. Tim fascination fur the stiitfc Is thought a itrange one, jet, wlirn It Is cnnlrtorc1 tin: tit tiring all tlio higher ijcuilios of the Intellec t into lila.v, that It nqitlrcs !op frnslhilltv ami pusion, ill it it tllonls cnic fur frclirs nn -I rr.i itlons wlil.'li In our trtrj ilny worl.l find no fops. Mil, a'love nil, that t: hririr" lnnwrck.tr a snptvasfil ariitu aa nitrb aa a linnl-tnilins: a n mstrras osn enrn In ajrar thr- UnipuiionB nro srei, nnd even rea son Ktlll I'imiBlOU SOliM! rati S.lth tiorj t tl tl X Woman - sphere of work is no ciu'ii.ii'Crilictl. n i-p,iid. til xl w w mdrr not tint slit) ahmi (1 s'rm- nt uro huiiml io provi le In lrpotMlinco I t Inmc'f, oiu in r lor tin o Urur to hor. Aa ihu aiivat ihi'x am p 'U'l. ri d on tnc iiiilirtult't's seen to riirapp ar, ntnl the rrilt sonnis cav. A pir: lo lrir'i, a drca tn p-ovido, little fm:lit to on-qiii-r prj only iiiiiMnR wl...

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. — 1 January 1866

H - tieilje (G-jr aphl s vol. v-No; i:. ' 3?I-IILD3SLT?ritA. JVtO!Sr:DA.Y, JANUAEY 1, 18(30.. DOUBLE SIIEKT-T1IUEE CENTS. THIRD EDITION i ii t ? THE GiTY. OUR LOCAL GOVERNMENT. INAUGURATION DAY. Hon. Morton McMichael As sumes tho Mayoralty. JfjJIIb INAUGURAL ADDRESS 1 1 THE MUNICIPAL LEGISLATURE. Tlic Organization of Select and Common Councils. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. OUR MURAL BUDGET. 1 PROGRAMME FOR THE NEW YEAR. Organization of the Boards ot School Con trol, Irison Inspectors, Etc. The inauguration of the Hon. Morton McMichael, the new Major elect, and the organi zation of City Counctls took place to-day. The Board of Controllers of the Public Schools also organized this morning, a recent act of Assembly requiring them to perform that duty on the first of the year, instead of July as heretofore. Below will be found a full report of the inauguration ceremonies and the proceedings of the different municipal bodies. . ; , l ' City Councils organized at ten o'clock, in the presence of ...

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. — 1 January 1866

THE DAILY E 'TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 18G6.' TIIE NEW YORK TIlEaS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the hour. tOMl H.r.D fVF.BY DAT FOR EVEKINO TKLEURAm. American Steel. from the Tribune. , The IIarrib(irg and Philadelphia Journals in. form us of the foundation, under the auspices of eminent capitalists and business mon, of a larjje wtabllfhmcnt for manufacturing; steel and artl. clee composed thereof, such as axles, rails, tire, boiler-plate, ship-plate, etc., In a favorable loca tion In the valley of the Susquehanna. This movement, we should ludsre from the tenor of European scientific publications and the rcporta of American imports, is one for which our indus trial world is fully ripe. England, Franco, Ger many, Russia, and Sweden have been for some years making the most rapid strides In the sub stitution ol ttcef for Iron for all uses where great resistance to wear or strain is required. The Lotnlon and Northwester...

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. — 1 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGKAriT. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 1866. PERSON. wL. Edwin Booth ami J. S. Clarke arc to puy for he Lui-ton thratro $lfi,J00 per unuum Senator Toombs, o I Georgia, arr vei at- Tla yana, Iroin Nev Orleans, curly this m ntb and elt in the strainer Gambia lor England. -tTuo Empress Charlotte Is still In Yucatan, endeavoring, by every means in her pjwer, to secure adhercrua to her hUHbaml's government. Fltz John Porter is among the liat of passen gers by the Java, tor Liverpool, lie goes abroad on private business. ' , Mr. Southern ("Dundreary") appears In print In a London pape r, to deny the statement thnt he ever belonged to a spiritual circle, or ojli ciated as u medium, while In this country. Ex-Attorney-Oencrnl Black, of Mr. Bit rhanan's Cabinet, rins lori.ied a law pnrtnetBhip in Washington with Mr. Lninou, formerly law partner with Mr. Lineeln. Malor-General Wcit'.el has resicrned his posi tion In tie United States Army, and is sooi ex pected to rejoi...

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. — 1 January 1866

(Owning clcgvapli J$ published every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 S. Ihird fired. Price, Three Cents Per Copy .Double Meet), or Highleen Cents Per Wcct, payable to Vie Carrier, and moiled to Subscribers out of the city at Nine Dollar Per AniMm ; On Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the perM ordered. to insure the Insertion of Adcfrtisements inaU of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later Oian 10 o'ctocJe each Morninrj. t .. . MONDAY, JANUAItY 1, MO. Our City Officers The Old and the New Regime. At 12 o'clock meridian the conduct of the affairs ot the . city of Philadelphia passed from the hands of the old Administration into those of the new. Ills Honor Alexander Henry retired from the walks of public life, and the Hon. Morton McMichael reigns In his stead. There is an old custom trans mitted to us from knightly days, which requires the praises of the outgoing to be sounded before those of the incoming ruler. "The King i...

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. — 1 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGIIAPII. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 1, 8GG. 5 CWi'nurtJ from (h First raqf. Alexander Krrdy shot, as 1b allege l,by Tliotms Carroll, at Race otreet wharf (Schuylkill), June 10. Carroll is now awaiting trial. JoHfiih and Isaac Widest bbed bv Adelia.alias Maiy Ridey, July 3, at No. 1170 N. Thtid streut. Jlrs. Ridey was comirtedof murd srin second doRree in the cane of Joseph, and in awaiting trial in the cose of Isaac. Imi cr lianmcister, beat to death by unknown persona at Eogel & Wolfe farm, July 2; no arrest mwlo. Jame T. Moore "tabbed, as 1 allcired, by James Monaihan, Aueust 15, at Eleventh and Sanfom utreets; not arremcd. H rands P. Dillon was shot by ome person unknown, Auizust 15, Cold, above Second street. Iienry Btewart, Blabbed by unknowp.person.B, Aupnut 10, at H;bth ai d ctoiith streets. liornHrd F. Kane, shot by Edward Simons, Oc tober 6, In Passj uulc road, below Movameuaiup 1'riROD. Simonn :s awaiting trial. Thomas Hufrhe, beat to death by ...

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. — 1 January 1866

G IN TRUAr. BT IRIDOBW fl. ARCIIBR. ., ' Only faded poitrnit, ' WrouRht with exqnlxitc iirt, That I bide from the fairish dnylivht, And keep In truwt on fny li?(ir(; . t Onlj a shadow? trnatre 'k . Of onn so true and denr, . . That a halo of lovo surrotiiiily if. And makes its leaturt'9 clear. I cannot pierce tho enre atceped pfmt, When tear nitotn blind my cyea, For mournful hues of the iJoanitnir Float oa my tbouchta that rwe. In a lonely mound, 'ncath the carclcxs crass, Thiy buried his sacred dust, In the depths of my heart, far from human enze, I honrded his truth and trust. Can the callous world, with its Gorgon leer, Deaden the beau'ii'ul rIow That blooms from the withered fktcs of tho past, Once lit with an Iris-boy ? There are phontlv tracks ot death in the years, That have heedlessly onward sped, Unmindful of all they shattered iu gloom Jn their cruel, remorseless tread. The bright of joy, and the dark of grief, Ko tjes can truly fee, For none may read tho scroll of the he...

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. — 1 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY I, 18GG. I. 1 1F.NDFR AND TRITE AND TRIED. Tender Bnd true. You kept fnith with me, Aa 1 kept faith with yon; Thouph over wsboth Since we phahted troth Long years have rolled; But oiir lovo could bold Through troubles and trinls maulfold, My darlinx tondor and true 1 Tender and true, In your eyes I gazed, And my heart wm sale, I knew ! Your trusting smile Was pure of guile, And I read in Booth On your brow's fair youth. The earnest of ioval trust and truth. My darling tender and true t Tender and true, All my own at last! My blessing for all life through In death as lite, My own loved wife Mine mine at last, All troubles past And the litturo all happiness, deep and vast, My darling tender and true. Will ot the Late Hon. Snmuel D. Brad- ford, ot Massachusetts. from the Bottvn Travrller, December 26. The executors of the will of Hon, Samuel D. Bradford, of West Uoxburv, recently deceased, are Messrs. Arthur N. Austin, of West ...

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. — 1 January 1866

mi DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. HlILAimrmA, MONDAY, .JANTtARY' 1, 186G. TUB HEW TBi ,t JOHN fcH'.Lu,. The GVmJ New Year-'" New Tcftr Yestcrmorn thou wtt -oti ttnd noiythou art here I . All loyooi tut-j fcrifcU Reside the old yr-ar's bier; Thou art w u,t, art here, The Glad New A VeVceme wfgrte thee, though loth to part (th thj'SirVs fond memories deep la oti heart! "Unceasingly with us for twelvemonth has he tread The path that has led turn, alas 1 to the Dead lteluctant he leaves us, bnt with qulveriyg breaih lie gives to us Thee as he sinks into Death I And gaily we slug as thy presenco draws near A welcome, a welcome, to the? Glad New Year 1 The Glad Mew Year the Glad Now Year 1 The Glad New Year, The Glad New Year, Oh, how many hearts will thy sweet presence cheer I Hut how many, alai! who, here twelvemonth atro, Are now sleeping in graveyards under the snow I How many have lallen In War's dreaded strife! How many have sunk 'ncath the Battle of Life ! How many the wrecks on Eternity...

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. — 2 January 1866

y nn I Mir TT(n TFP A TPTFT lIIILDELTPrilA., TUESDAY, JNTJj.:RY 2, 18G0. DOUIJLK SIIEKT-THREE CENTS. VOL. VNo. 2. THIliD EDITION THE STATE CAPITAL. Organization of the Legislature. PROCEEDINGS TO-DAY. Important Opinion of the At- torney-Gonoral. OF NATIONAL BANKS. ;gsto Etc., XZtO.t Etc., EtO. TTE CAUCUS NOMINATIONS. IIakbisbubo, January 1. The Republican caucus of the House of Representatives have nominated the following ollicers: Speaker, William Kellv; Clerk, Adin W. Reno diet; Assistant Clerk, William Herniston: Tran scribing Clerks, Caleb Walker, A. D. Harlan, J. FWillisin, W. E. King, and Robert Brown: Post master, J. D. Klrkpatrick, and Assistant, William A. Rupert; Scrgcant-at-Arms, Charles Iredell, and Jour Assistants; Doorkeeper, James McGowan, And four i ssist ants ; Messenger, James McCauley, land four Assistants. Thomas, and Lee protested against the above . . 1 1 1L..1 ln il,A tnlnn nonilliainiu?, on uie gruuuu mm, m tuo cirv,- tion of officers, the old members had not...

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. — 2 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 18GG.. THE HEW YORK FItESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journal? Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED KVSBY PAT TOU fcVENINQ MLEOItAFH. Important Irom the raclfic-HpecUs of War. Trom the Tm-t. The nows irom tho Pacific tins morning is of hioro than ordlnnry Importance. While Frnpce, England, and Spain have been exchunginirnotoi on the question of a peaceable settlement of the difficulties between the hut-nanicd power and Chill, events have transpired, almost within sight of Valparaiso, which chanpo the situation from one of passive warfare to active hostilities. Antlcinatirfj the difficulty which followed Admiral Varcja's quaricl with the authorities at Callao, and the subsequent seizure of the ( hincha lhlnnda, the Chilian Government scorn to have taken stops to render their position less helpless than that of the Peruvians, in case of a bloc kado of Valparaiso and other ports. The Government of C...

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. — 2 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TKI.EGKAPIT. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1866. CITY INTELLIGENCE lifyr additional Loral v Fijl'i Paye. ToMOK Statistics. The following h a at fttcmetit of tlio number oi urreKts made, rtuilucr t he pHRt fix months. Wo hiivc heictofcro Riven the arrest? by tlistiicis, monthly: Jnlv .. ..4.410 November 6 't August 4,1-Ti December September 4 .168 Oetnhor .....1.0(17' To III 8 740 23,957 Number of anosts made during the first x monihs of Iho year lHUfi i , Nnmbcr of arrests m i i mouths idil Add ihesnut Hill arrests 122 Grand total for year 40,161 The following is a comprtrativo statement of Iho number of arrests mini" by the police of this city during the past live years, or siuce the com mencement of the war: M titht. January. . . February. i March April May Judo. ...... July August "September. October. ... November. , December. . IMil. 210 VU7 Ci 3 .....2087 . . . .21H8 2229 2!I4 24'17 2472 '2x6 li'ffi! 2300 1HC2. lfWt. 1WJL 1M1.V 1710 2017 2'W 2lrvl 1746 221...

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. — 2 January 1866

Js published every afternoon (Sundays ctoeptod) at No. 108 S. third street. Price, Thru Venlt Tcr Copy (Double Sliect), or Eighteen Cents Per Hrorfr, f ayablex to the Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out Oftiie city at Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Ftfl-j Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for tlie period ordered. io insure the Insertion of Adztrtisements in aU of our Editions, Vtcy must be forwarded to our office not later tiian 10 O'clock each Morninrj. TUESD4Y, JANUARY 2, IMG. JUceting of the Union State Central Com . mittee. Bepfom), Pa December 20, 18':.". The Union State Central Committee of Pennsylvania will meet Id one ol the Committee Rooms ot' the llotthe of Representatives,, in Ilarrinbnr;, on Krldav. the lDth of January, A. D. lHtifi, at 3 o'cloe'k I. M , lor the purpose of tixin iho time lor holding the next State Convention and trans acting such other bu Fin ess as may be presented tor consideration. Jotix Cessna, Chairman Union State Central Conin...

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. — 2 January 1866

r t CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City Intelligence see IhirdPage. CONFLLAGRATIOX THIS MORNING. BcstructlTe Fire on Chestnut Street IMMENSE LOSS OF PROPERTY. loss Quarter of a Million Dollars. Howard fc Harnden's Express Build ing in Ruins. Rockhill & Wilson' Clothing Store a f reck BILLIARD AND CONCERT SALOONS FLOODED OUT. A Large Number of Buildings Damaged and Burned. A GENERAL ALARM SOUNDED. Activity and Gallantly of the Firemen. A HARVEST FOR THE THIEVES. A SCORE OF THEM ARRESTED. Scenes of Thrilling and Curious Interest. But yesterday we printed the annual report of the Fire and Police Telegraph operators, and chronicled with satisfaction the gratifying fact that during the past year only two general alarms baa been rune. To-day we are called upon to record one of the moHt destructive con flagrations that has vtsitcd Philadelphia tor many years. Last evening was the fifteenth nnntveisary of the great fire when Hart's build ing and the Shakespeare building, and other con...

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 January 1866

G ' THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. HtlLADELrillA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 2, 1800. CRIMES AND CASUALTIES. HnoCKTMU AFFAIR IM NKW YOKK. About throe o'clork jeslcrilny afternoon OiLerr Brodtirnil ol tho Thirlcentli l'lwwrt win in formed bv Mr. Covrrove, of No. Grand fitrcpt.. that sli had rtiBcov'crrd four prrrii3, t'risudi 01 hers, dead io tnoir apartment.', No. 597 UrunJ etrrct. Ttie officer upon entorin? the premises foun 1 oneol the partie, Mrs. Rimnna Uahoy, a:tol C5 yours, arid her Eranihon Franew, atrftdi yen, dead. Two others, her Hon frauds, ;;1 2 1 yenrw, nud her dmufhtcr Nancy A. tJaluiy, u.oil 24 year, were etill alive but uticonHcioj Dr. Blivin. Polio! Kuraeon, and Dr. (Jul via were called in find atieeeedcd in rcsi?citutlniz the youn" man niul wemun, but the otuors were pan all ictnc.ly. Neither ol tho aurvivinu pur ties cunld pive any aeconnt ot the cause ol their stupe taction." An tar ean be learned. Francis Cah"y, who is a bukcr by trade, came home about 1 oYlor.K in the morn...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 January 1866

TIJE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY. 2, 18GG. A FEW THOUGHTS ON KEYS. Tup uses of keys arc no worthy eubject for the true philosopher's contemplation. Ho looks upon the essence of things; he sera a key in its objective signification; he cares not for ita qualifications as arbiter and agent ot those vain attributes, "mine and thine;" bo takes no in terest In futile distinctions. IIo never lock any thing up, knowing the mutiiity and peril of the act. It addi nothlna to the security of property, but is opt to Inspire others with too strong; an interest in it. "Nothing venture, nothing have," Is his favorite proverb, but with a more enlight ened signification than it generally conveys. Jlc looks upon a key as a myotic entity of diabo lical powers a talisman which can confer on Inert matter, such as wood, iron, brass, leather, etc., tne fnculty of baffling and circumventing jou In the effort to get at your own possessions. This is, in fact, the only sound view of...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 January 1866

1j 1 T K 11 A T U K K. OrB Own AnmoRa. Thrrp has trrown up re cently in our city a deference to the writers of New York which is gradually vcrrrirjr into nyco jhancy. Whatever tlie New York editors say Is accepted m truth; whatever tho New YorK authors write is read with avidity: whatever her publishers Ifsuc is at once considered a stand ard. We have frequently controverted tha Idea that the publications of any houses are better than those of our own. Wc have often contended that, considering tho inferior facilities of the Juaker City, 6he often receives news ahead of the metropolis. Let us nor mention wnat tho writers of Philadelphia hnve recently douo or purpose shortly to do. William V. MoKean, Esq., editor of the Lsiyer, lias nearly completed the third volume of the "Annual Register." of which he has had charge since the scheme was designed. It 13 rumored also that ho has in courso of prepara tion a work relative to some of the details of the late war. There is no one better ti...

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