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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 17 January 1866

EIlIE:(&MPIHIb ht VOL. V-.No. 15. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. THE GREAT ICE GORGE. SCENES AT ST. LOUIS. More Particulars of the Loss of Steamboats-Their Positions Be low, and the Damage Done Them The Estimate of the Total Loss Since the For mation of the Ice Gorge, Etc. The landlna was yesterday visited by thou sands of our citizens, viewing the wrecks scat tered along the river from the loot of Locust down to Miller street, a distance of at least s couple of miles. The day was t ool, but pleasant for outdoor exercise, and a larne number of bid ef, availing themselves of this circumKtance, were anjongpt the promenadcrs. Up to 5 o'clock in the evening everything in that, locality was remarkably still, but about that hour the shrill squf al ni a steamboat whistle could be heard at intcrvt Is of every hve or len minutes. This was caused by the arrival of six steamers, the John D. Perrv. Cornelia, Platte Valley, and Southern Vcllc from Sulphu...

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. — 17 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEG RAFII. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 18GG. TIIE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. covm.n ivkbt day por svvhisq teleqraph. General Jackson on Froteciion. Frank the Tribune. We print to-daj entire General Jackson'i noted lottoron protection and free trade written to Dr. Coleman, of North Carolina (an avowed free trader), in 1824. General Jackson was then a candidate for President; Dr. Coleman wanted to support him, but could do bo with most satisfac tion and to the greatest advantage providing he would come out for free trade. This he refused to do, but avowed himself heartily for protec tion. Ills reasons do not need to be vindicated nor re-enforced; and we ask our readers to scru tinize and weigh then carefully. The World, having been shamed Into printing them, proffers the followinp; plea In abatement: 1.' These are General Jackson's "crude first thoughtrt," not "the revised opinion...

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. — 17 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGIUPII. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 18GG. CIY INTELLIGENCE. For Additional VUy lnltUiittiee F ui J'nyv.'i Thk Sunday Question. Laat eycnlrg, am adjourned meeting of clergymen and dele prates from ft number of tbo churches of this ity, In reference to the obnorvance of the Sab bath, was held at the Went Arch Street Prewby lerian Church. Mr. W. K. Tenbrook wan called 10 the Chair. Key. Dr. Ho-nbergcr, from the Committee to prepare a form of permanent organization, then presented a Constitution for an Association to be called "The Sabbath Union of the City ot Philadelphia," the object of which in to promote, by suilaiile mentis, a due recard for the Sabbath as a Divfte institution, and for the elvil laws enacted to maintain its proper obser vance ; and to watch and opposo all efforts, which may be made to have thone laws aoroeated or o changed as to give legislative license to the vio lation or secularization of the Lord's Day. Any person friendly to ihe ...

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. — 17 January 1866

tening clcpiili Is published (Wj afiemncn (Sunday ercejiied) at No. 108 5. Ihird fired. Price, Tltree Cent f Per Cory (Double Meet), or Eighteen Cents Per H'ccfr, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of the city at Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One DoVar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for tfie period , ordered, To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Editions, they must he forwarded to our otJioe not Utter than 10 o'clock each Morning. ; WEDNESD4Y, JANUARY 17, 1800. lhe Knmorcd Resignation ol Mr. Stanton. The oft-reiterated report of Secretary Stan TOti's Intended retirement from the War De partment is again repeated with more than usual positiveness. The special Washington correspondent of the Public Ledger of this city, under date of the 15th Inst., says: " Mr. Stantox intftnds to retire from the Cabinet upon the 1st proximo." What warrant there is for a statement made in terms so absolute as to be justified only by the most authe...

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. — 17 January 1866

MATTERS OVER THE MVER. A Distressing Casualty. Yesterday afternoon, between 4 and 5 o'clock, r daughter of Mr. George Bozarth, between lour and five years of age, residing on Fourth street, below Alickle, wai accidentally burned to death. Mrs. Hozarth Las been confined tu her bod for some three weeks, and while the nurse made a short visit iu tne eiuK-rtium me enna was ten in me basement, in company with a boy about her own ape. By some means her cloibinjr byname ignited, and when discovered she was completely enveloped In llamcs. A gentleman of the noue hold speedily smothered the tire, but not until nearly all her clothiutf was consumed. Dr. Itidpe, one ot our most eminent physicians, applied such remedies as the case demanded; but In vain. Its body was literally baited, and the skin peeled oil' in many places. The little sufferer presented a horrible spectacle: but death kindly relieved her about 1 o'clock this morning. It has not been Ion since this samo family was driven lroin ...

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. — 17 January 1866

THE DAILY ! EVENING TELEGRAFII. FIIILADELPIIIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 18CG. NATIONAL FINANCES. Xlot l.omg Will It Tnk to Pay .be aet? Hffrttwy MeCnlloch thinks it may lono In thirty yearn; a tinnicial writer In the Missouri Jkmocral insists that by keeping up sub'tan tlhlly the present syBUw, the country mav be liberated irora taxii ion in a dozen years. This writer argues that, the fck'crrtary utufer estimates the revenue that will be derived, and that It will rnable payments as follows: . . . . 1H7. $150,0001)00 JM8 202 600,000 1860 !Ca.7f)0.()0 JH70 246 B2I 000 IR71 .. 2U oU7 600 1872 " . 2".M80,2iK) 1R73..; 823 1 8 270 1S74 368,141,100 .1876'..'.'.'.'.! 894 646 210 Tota' t2,406,707 241 As the national debt i over twenty-seven hun dred millions, there would remain in 1875 a deM balance of some three hundred millions. To tree the country frcm the payment ot interest on this, he would issue $540,M)0,000 of green back, in substitute of the national currency, which he would withdraw...

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. — 17 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 1R00.' SOUTHERN riiRSONAL ITEMS. Tho town of LTouma. Terrebonne parish. La.. hiw cir-cted John Renter as its Mayor. Ex-ffoyernor Vanco intonrls to reside la fu ture tn .Wilmington, North Carolina. II. P. Bnttlo. End., hns boon elected State Treasurer of Worth Carolina. 8. L. Iieapltart ha been elected Comptroller. General of BoutU Carolina. fainr.nanotol Ti ft RLanlnv latnlv In Pom . flu and at San Antonio, Is on his way to the North. Howell Cobb Is comfortably fixed on a plantation near Macon. Brieadler-Oneral Robert H. Andtrson ii chief ot the police torce at Savannah. General Ewell has left Warrcnton, Va., and taken up bis residence In Nashville. tfrlpadier-Genera) A. R. Lawton Is in Savan nah, and has entered upon tho practice of his profession. Brtimdicr-Onoral M. Sorrel Is also in Savannah, and ha commenced businem as a morrhnnt. I! P. H. Doujzhtey. City Attorney of Ports mouth, Virginia, died in that place a fe...

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. — 17 January 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 17, 18G6. Nw CrtusMJT Ktrebt TnitATnit tho H1 liovtr! Who was tie Red U,vir ol tie Chosnut Micot Thoatre written by T Or was It overwritten tall? We imagine it originated thiswise. Aaoene plot was made oat than: A soa-sbore northeast a sea shore southwest a ship. Second act, ship nore complete tcan ibe first. No to string all tttcee toirotber, probably the Yankee tailor "Home spun" (in the piece) was euraged 10 stitch toarothor sort ef patchwork dia oa-ue not of an speoiai interest, not tel. inn any special ft on, and not at al 1 brilliant, romantio, or witty, but sufllctontlv loa to make ay two bouts, sufficiently connected to load to tne various scones, sufficien:lv intelligible to five fcirgfold Lis cues fur myetenoui muio. Such is tho Red Rover. It the leader of ibis svnopis under stands anything about it, he will be a groat doal wiser than any of the persons who have soon it. But with all tins wo must five tho manag...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 January 1866

"" ilium,,,!, ifiiain iw- - THIS IE III MILM(G-MAFH0 VOL. VNo. 16. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, I860. IK)UBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. IMPORTANT FROM SOUTH AMERICA. Admiral Far), ol the Npnnlsh Navy, Ctmralla KniclUe I'holorii at aa1 !!-Reported Cession of St. Do. mlngo to England. New York, January IS. La Cronica, the Ppanish organ, confirms the reported suicide of Admiral Parja, aftpr the capture of the gunboat Covadonga by the Chilians. Advices from Guadaloupe via Bermuda report the cholera still prevailing, the average deaths being 131 per day In a population of 10,000. The rumored proposal to cede the Island of Domingo to England is creating some com ment in Bermuda. ."' The Npanlnh-Chlllan War Reported fcnlclae of the Spnnlnh Admiral, farvja Hefehootn HliHHeir Alter the Surren der ol Iila Vessel Chilian irlvateers Kxptettdon tueCnban Coast, Etc. Havana, January 13. In connection with the recent naval engagement along the coast of Chili, accounts t which you have undoubtedly r...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 January 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PIIILADELPIIIA, THURSDAY, JANuWr 18, 18GG. TIIE NEW YOUK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED EVERY DAT FOB KVIHIHO TRLBOnAPU. Itcciproclty How the Question Stands. From th Timet. In what position does the queftion of reci procity stand f What U the policy demanded by a due regard Jo the revenue, the capital, and the industry of the United States ? What answer shall be piven to the wandering diplo matists whom the provinces have sent to renew a bargain for their advantage f Depplte the chronic bitterness of our party conflicts, It is satisfactory to know that upon one vital point connected with this question our leading public men, and our leading journals of both parties, are in the main agreed. Union and Democrat, all couccde that the existing one-sided arrancement shall be broneht to an end. There may not be entire harmony touch ing the course pursued in bringing about Its termination...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. tniLADELPIIlA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, I860. CITY INTELLIGENCE Tor Additional City IntcUUj net tee F 'flh, J'age.J Fikbt National Bank. By an alver tisement which will bo found in another column of our paper to-day, the reader will purielve that the humnrns of the Fim National Hank of Philadelphia ha been removed to No. 3'I6 Chrs mit street, during the period required for the erection of the new bankintr House of the insti tution on the ground ocrupiod ly tho building formerly ncd by the St. Txmls Hotel. The edi tee will be sixty leet front on (Jhesuut street, one hnndred and forty leet in depth on Hudson utrcet, fixty Icet hlgo, and nias-uvcly coiiRtrunted of Quincj frranite. The entire building will be occup cd for the bnsinos of the bunk, which ban expanded to such proportions as to enttsfy the nmnneers that a smaller space would not fuflice. This ha bejn fliitisTactorily iiFcertained by ' the experience of . the in Htituvlon in the bnildiiif? used by t...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 January 1866

Evening clcgtapli Js pvblithid toj ofiirtiovn (Sundays etoepted) at No. 108 S. 'Jhird tired. Pr'ce, Three Cents Fir Cviy Double Mat), or Eighteen Cents Per Her, payable to the Carriir, and mailed to Subscribers out of tlie city ot Nine Dollars Per Aw.vm : One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Edittons, tlivy must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'ctoc each Momma. THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, 1G. How the South Proves its Renewed Loyalty. The filendsol tho lenient policy of recon struction announce tbat the plan of hiding ia oblivion all past errors Is a saf and appro priate one, because of the sincere repentance which Is characteristic of all the actions of the late insurgents from the moment that the armed power of the Rebellion was subdued. Not only in words, but also in deeds, have the Rebels exhibited their regret, and shown a desire to succeed in the path of loyalty, ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, 18GG. 5 RUSSIAN TELEGRAPH EXPEDITION. Month I'pen the HmXojif f the Fleet An rorn llorenlln Complete Rnccfuw of the Beanon' Operation- The Indiasja of Asia A Tlllnire of Akin susd Bone of the Whale en Plover Bay Greet Friendship of the Indians Character of the Conntry. The letter copied below lrora one of the Rub nlan Telegraph expeditions ia unusually inte resting. It presents many incident praphlcnlly, end affords a clear view of a region of country littlo known to us: , IiUBfliAN Americas Telroratbic Expedition. Flaghhip "Golden Oatr," San Francisco, Do comber 4,180'). Five months upon the sea, witn only an occasional visit to terra tirma, is any thing but a brilliant place for one to looV tor Items interesting to the public at larg;e. To be sure, there is a great deal to be Been in a jour ney of fifteen thousand miles, but it consists almost entirely ol water, clouds, and sties, sub- ipcts well suited to the poet o...

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. — 18 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, , . THURSDAY, JANUARY , 18, .,18 GG. ' LITERATURE. ; VviitH. Fj ('. II. Kwamorc. CarlctOD, N. Y. The pmf nt is an rpocta of pootrj. Tbe con. clneion of tbe war hue induced a number of temporary sojonmers in the proves ol TarnasBus to lay before the public their production, penned while others were in the front rank of battle, seeing and doing what they were de cribine. No less than seven volumes of poems kave been laid on our table within the past two creeks, from which we select the " second anil revised Million" of Mr. Nararaore'e efl'un!on as tjpeof all the others. His work Is probably tbe best speeitnea ot thif, claof funurl which has sprung up within six months, and before tba year is completed will be forgotten. Of the first and unrcvised edition of the book before us we are in ignorance. We cannot, therefore, comrnrc the advancement of Mr. Naramore's rtyle of thought or modes of expression, but if the present one is an improvement, we...

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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. — 18 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. -PHILADELPHIA; THURSDAY,; JANUARY 18, 1800. A DESPERATE ACT. Ecrftp at J amen Lee, nil Obi 'onvit, from n Train Rnnnlnsr Thirty Miles) o Httir-H) Klip lilM Miatckle, JTulechat M WrlMtlet, M4 It Throngl this Soa Window 1I Ik Ilntlly Inrrt, Is Cuptarad, bat Anha hi l'ittor to Kill II I m. Bhcrifl Nicola left this city on Friday mora- ng with sixteen convicts, bound for the State prison. Among tbe number was James Leo, who was secured to bis partner In crime, Henry Clodden, by cbacklea binding the feet and wristletB ot iron. At the Union depot the sheriff aw a man approach Lee, and put his hand in his side pocket preparatory to Riving Le some thinjr. The eheriti snppoxed U was a flask of liquor, and ordered bimnwav, as it was aaaint ihn rn na m crivn nrlannprs nnvthiniz of the kind. I It tunis out that it was a loaded revolver, which Lee, through the mediation ot "his woman." had eneaeed this man to furnish him for use on rthe way to the penitentiary; for h...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 18 January 1866

8 AMUSEMENT?. Walfct STREW TnlAT LmUm Asmiriwt as Riven last night at this thca'ro, and before noticing the east, we mnst gay that II wa pot on the ntftfo in most exquisite style. The garden scone, upon which It Is customary to lavish all torta of hor ticnltaral inventions, waa nevor ao woll presented liefore. The Inclosed torraco, with the entrance to the honse, was both novel and most effective. The inclosed scone (why are the drawing-room scenes not U so), with Its eoillne? and cbandolier, wore in the very beat stylo of stage presentments. Mrs. John Wood, dressed Hue an empress (we wean F.oenle), looked to the m-oatest advantage, and bclnir a beautiful woman, was, of course, most attractive. Her ".Lady Gay" is fu'l or spirit and fon, bnt a littlo too free and easy lor a high-bred lady the daughter of an Earl. Her hunting s pooch was, however, capital and pven with great distinct ness, yet with the oloe'rical rapidity that (rives It effect. Although Mrs. Wood is always a little to...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 January 1866

i Ji, JJ.il IP a 'dld vv LPjjLJ JJiJiNJ Mjw -JL , LPloi Alia Ujt JJI jiP ; JjllL o; vol.'v-xo. n. HII.A.DEX.IPECEA., FRIDAY, - JANUARY 10, 18GG.. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. MEXICO. ARRIVAL. OF ft FRENCH ADMIBJU.. Th 3 Relations of France and Mexico with the United States. CAPTURE OF TOLUCO BY THE LIBERALS. The Iinpsilnl'sts Defeated Within Twelve ' leagues ol tho Capital. ThaLVbarals Capture Valuable Silvor Mines. New York, January 18. The U-.ratd's 'Mexican J espatBliea report the arrival of a new French Admiral, Didtdot, to confer with Marshal Bazaine tn the relations of France, Mexico, kii1 the 1 United States. It is arunorcd that he la to he followed by a lanjc squadron; but thcobectof the latter ts variously stated. Som j say for war in case of hostilitie with the United States, and Others say as transports Jo -convey the French troops from Mexico to other points on this con tinent. Toluca, the ancient capital of the empire, 3G Xailes from Mexioo, lios been taken by the Li be Tal...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 January 1866

2 TIIE NEW YORK TIIES3. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED EVERY SAT FOB B7EN1N0 TELEGRAPH. Prolonging Sectional Bitterness. lYom ihe Timet. Of course very few of our rcador. have oppor tunity to see (he Journals published in the South ern States, and whatever tliey learn ol the tem per of these papers is gathered from partial and stinted extracts. When the great Rebellion ended by the surrender of Lee and Johnston.'we all hoped that the experience of four years would have had some appreciable effect upon the so called exponents of public opinion In the South; we fancied that the stereotyped expressions of hate against the North would at least be modified, if not silenced. We could not expect an exube rance of love; but we did think that ordinary courtesy was not too much to look for, that we mlent bo more hear the coarse vituperation with which the Southern tar-and-teather writers before the war availed everything that c...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 January 1866

01TY INTELLIGENCE IJbr Additional CUy IntiUUjinct tee F ,'tfi i'a, . apolitical Economy Lecture at the QtTAtKR Cirr BreiNFM Coi.lkob. Last evenlncr, ai the Quaker Cit? Business College, new branch, at Broal and 8rilng Garden streets, Rev. O. 8. Senior delivered an ftdlres tj the puplla. It may here be properly stated this department of tie Business College was Inaugurated lust Mon ti fty evening, with impropriate exercises. To benpttt the student- ot the city, and Instruct the general public, a course of ten lectures on Political Economy were inaugurated by the Principal, of which last evening's was the wcono. Itov. O. 8. Bcnter delivered th second lecture, last evening, to a large audience, his subject being: "Secretary McCulloch's report, with special refrience to the following proposition 'is our National Debt a Messing or a Curse?" Rev. Mr. Benter relorred to the fearful and aangnlnary struggle lately clo cd, which had rocked the earth, and seemed to shake the heavens. During th...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 January 1866

I . . r - . f ts ) 7.c c7 (tn; cfc.i.etn (tiuttttoyt excepted) at Ko. 108 . yiJ-o! k.'jw. JY', STArrf CVnte I'tr O'l'V (J'ci.htc filed), or Knjhkcn tentn Per Wed, iPijRlji'e tn Ihi Ctnriir, and mailed to ft.'-wn'f'CT out vftliec.tyot Nine Dollars Per Annum; One Dollar nnd Fifty Cent- for Two LtenHis, invariably m adea"vc for Vie period ordered. Tn inFvre the Inmtinn ot Aatertisemrnis in al of our Editions, Vicj must, he forwarded 'to our ofliee not lefer than 10 o'v'oek each Morning. FRIDY, JANUARY 19, lftCG. Tiie Condition ol out Iron"Clads-A New Yoik Libel Refuted. The New York Times, with that absence ot veracity which ia so characteristic ot all the utterances by the press of the metropolis on matters appertaining to Philadelphia, publishes a letter purporting to come Irom our city, descriptive of the condition of the iron-clad vessels at League Island. In this communi cation it thus describes the observations of the correspondent : "A tew Ob.vs hro our reporter visited the iron...

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