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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 January 1866

'(ml n WA. X L. . J..L1 Y. : F4 A .4 1,4 B A iru i.A.. Mr, : ,4 u "DOUBLE SiiEET--'-TIinEE CteNl.'r . .; : 7 -ir " -jc'.w of;" -i j - i . o . , ,..,"',..,.,, -. . . t, j . . i i-,' ; " 1,1 ' .". f'.':," ',' '. '.','. I- i"; V ; '" ""' 2ri" ' 1 '" ' TMIltl) EDITION ,t, r a u i'.i- I " ciini InWrt Warlike rr? i :ircl!oi Tilt; SAG DAD AffPAIR. Ccncrfcl WeJiiol .Disapproves te " 1(1 1 ' Action of 'tour Of.lcars. ' WMIiEH BSTCrl Of 0UKR STORES. " 7 KtO CSH Ctc, Ki 1 1 nil III I I.' J " ' " :i '. ' i . : ' i Few OBtyAVfj, Jnn'inry f.'tnnrtil 0 awfuril, k CeJoiWl Kdi-iir, Di-tfict AI)ntnnt, '::nil iovrrnor Ijron, oi Tnutnftii'.ipus, huvc bitivcJ lirrc, cn rente i'or Wnfch?u:;toU. ' -Tbe 'BvnwiiHville corrwponJent ol tlio Times aays Coit'nas now occupies Bujzil.ul, t ith ubout ' .CO mis.' It i fiD.Icr.-locid th.it Cencrul Wo t.Pl dlsap-, proves of (lie iielion of oiir odlcpri'o tur'e of Ba;:dad, and already lias an 'on tin? recap. or.esteJ some Ol tliVBl. All tle heavy ofdmuicc lins b?en or...

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. — 23 January 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELHIIAj TUESDAY- JANUARY 23, 18CG. THE KOMXCE OF SKATim The Belle of the Park-Her Dross and Costume-Flirthij; and Co quetting on Ice-Hlnta to the Novices, Etc. ' , We are not disposed to couour with tltcm wli'o arc coraplnmiDg of tho cold weather, much less with those who find f-mll f-cncrnlly witfi th winter aa a season. Ab.-traot the pleasured aud comforts of the winter from the schedule of our liapplncs, and we should iind that we had "of fered a far greater loss than wo could readily have imagined. The winter Is the season of manly sports without mid firelde delights within. Are there any bojtih memories that we go'bnck to with keener zest nu i relish, thau the recollection of the imps that were Bet In the snow for linron or quails, the sled that was brought iu at nightfall and so careiully stored away, the nuts that were cracked before the great ruddy blaze, and tho histo'rlcal tale or goblin legend that whlled the hours away? Iu warm countri...

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. — 23 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 18GG. U I T Y I N T K iAA Q E N (J JO For ACditionul City lnt 'ivtixe e :e i' .f-.n Fuji:) Tim Initial Banqukt op the Boaud op Limikrr. The rb!lti'ii;lpUA Uourd of Mr kern, which bus boon in exiatcnoH tor more thun half a century, held iUjlrzt luiiiuul Instive Katb.orln last evrmtutr at the AsseinWy linilttinifs. The allttlr pureed oit'ro splenui-llv thut tho cuntom ot' tyi annual banning ueioiiior is now nn esta lilisht'd fact. Tito tmnti ier room was brilliantly decorated, and presented n luiTnlsorao appear flncr, TLo etstej was decoviiteil with H&gH, ami occupied ..lv . Oio (lermiitiui Orchestra. Tho pa'lcry vms lo handHomc.lv festooned with tvl C0lore.fi bunting. Tuo tables wen; arraupred wound the room, shaped like the letter U. the mirve at, Iho northern end liem reserved for the P resident of the Hoard and tho Invited quests.' There tables were Silled v. rh all the luxuries of tbo season, and decora tod lth Mo...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 January 1866

,"' v.- r... - r xvr 1 i I i""M :vnjt Ja'fvlb'UliwltWTI afkrnoon Sundays txoeptcd) alKo. 108,.! S. 'lh ml tired. Trice, Tliree Vcnls P'cr C)i'l) Povlle Ptal), or llighUien. Ceidn Per "l'r-"f, payable to the Carrier, dnd mailed to MiscrilicrK od oflhecilyatHdw Dollari Ter AmiMm ; One Dollar and Fif ty Cents for Two Montlis, invariably in advance for the period ordered " . .. i f , . ,- To nsnre the Insertion of Adcertiaemrnti natf of ovr Edition, they must be forwarded to oar cfice not later than 10 p'c'oefc eadh Morning., . , TUESDAY, JAXOAttY'.w; 1SGC , "'. ' " '" Dcnth of Jndpc Thompson . We regret t3 announce the doatli this morn ing,' at one 'o'clock,' of . thfi Hoa.n Oswald Thompson, thoTresldont Judge of the Court ot Common Plea for tua city and county of Philadelphia. Judge TnosiPsox ' hi4 occu pied the bench .for fifteen or sixteen years, haying hoen chosen by the peoplo at the first, election' after the passage bf the act of the Legislature making the Judges elective. In hi...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 January 1866

Vi." ,TriBV. DATLY EVEISflkvT ' TkiGRX?ITti.7niL ADELPIIIA; '; TUESDAY, ' JAN CJAUY 23f I 1 "5'V, 07 NEW YOUX LETTER. The Pknllux' The Sh Innuritnre 'im lnny Oon Iho 1'cntnn lrlvtor Then! rlcal-lboleta Crime Biitea, . tie. , . . 1 Special (irrespovhtice of TJie Emnint) Telegraph. Trw Yniir .Tannnrv 2.1. I The Whll up" at the Cent Bounced exccll The Moxicau. equally. It ifl'believed that Re'ueral Sheridan will pionounce ngninst tie Eajdnd a flair, aa It "w as a most unwarrantable proceeding. Under tbie impression t'oere li but little fear of trouble on the Rio Grande, and business mn feel easier. The suspension of th Columbian Insumnce' Company of this city, announced this niorniiifr, is beiinr used as an HTguuient againr.t our d.imI fire department. "The t'nc-Ts will show tliut this company took too imiiiy and too great tiskn durine tho pant year, which has been full ot ex tensive fires., . '.'... The Fenian pri vat ocr which left this port on' Suhday , lut is said to be callon tUa ...

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. — 23 January 1866

G Apprnnelilnir KnuoKal or our Coninifli elal Trvnly with Klnin F.uler rle Mud Rnrc of trie Utinutry Hpl-tilil for American .'tnmrr And Hsiinrneinron Trnlt ami Fawnlne Anllnpntcd In I it il tit-Iiiiti.rtn front JnpMa (h rrenty lort Turown Opiw to Trad The JRrltUli Fmhiur tlialr Way SHU Further Into China lru JCtrd EoiIInIi Kitlltvnysj Ai-r CtnlOil and Peklu, ;C, &I AM. HAMKBK TRHATlf WITH TUB ITNlThD STATR3. Bangkok, Slum, November 13, 18C5. The time is appivaclilus for the revision ol" tbo trpa'y niado in lS5(i, bet wron the Unitrd States and Iho "mugiiilicent" Kina ot Siiim. It Is a matler that, grratlv concerns the merchant, mau'iftuirr, the mechaaic and shipowners of the UniUtl Btnteu, as I shall endeavor to tshowln this ruier. The people of our country have never appre ciated this country ns one of the prcat rice pro ducing field of the world, and a country that U dependent upon foreign nations tor its luxuries and necessaries. Mot ol these latter eanbehii'j from the United...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 January 1866

I I OKEIGN JOTTINGS. ' --The Glasjrow Ihrakl announce the dftath of Tsinhop Murdoch, the head of the Uoinun Catho lic of Glafrow. Tbo Duke dc Moray's stables and brnodinsr meadows nt Virolluy, near Versailles, have beeu eold lor 135,0011. According to the West accounts frora Cron stadt, that port is tuirroiinded with ice. (lorn mumrationa with Orauienbaum are carried on by means of sledixes. . i. la fkossa Elertrica, a comic Italian paper, publishes a caricature ol all (he Italian min'mtrTi on their Knees biytrinir. I'attl to Rive a perform ance for the bcuefct ol Italian finance, There is a rumor that thfl duty of military service will be rendered universal in Kuseia, and reduced to seven, and in tome cases to three years. The accession of Leopold II to the throne of Belgium lias been celebrated by the remission ot sentences upon all persons undergoing nhort terms of imprisonment. . The Bishop of London, it is said, will soon brinfr to the notice of Parliament the present 'working ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 January 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 18GG. rEKXSTLVANIA'S IISIoiQ DEAD. Vlir T,y nre lluitttl ta tliei South Tlifi f"uutltlii of lk inxirlni--Report or I he Snpwrlnl wint of Tele Rritpblnff ul Ttsni rtnttoo. Tbnfi'ortation aniVTet ouaph Department, IlAhWflDunu, January MO.j 18C. ?ir: Tbat tlio great anxiety to know the coud'uion of the graven and graveyards c,l tlione who fell victim to cruel neulect aud fc'trvatton durlntj the Into wnr, In the prinon plar-r of the South, niirht bo atiBtkd with persona i cbicrvation and imp tion, and that advisory jtnswrM as to the teasi bilit.v ot the removal of bodies fr mi thc3e placo m if lit bo returned to tmlortunatc friends and kin. men lor pphih'.wjoo it the Hiate under tha Volunteer Ilt-liel .Association', I proceeded, by your direction, to Washington on the Ith ult., hi rente to the. ririniipul point whore these bnrjiuiicrotmds are lorted, in the Military Da pnvtmenc oi the Atlantic, accessible b lailroad. To th...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 January 1866

EVEN u tie: H Hi .TT A i VOL. YNo 21. PHIL -A.D EIPm-A, WISDlSrESDA-Y, JA.NTJA.IIY 24, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. 7 &1isTMI Chilian Cot-amlr FIKln Oat Im XWm Tnrk Vnmplntnt of tti ftpantala ' AthrlUe.t AirnlUMt Hr-M.inr f tta Tciiel hr the UiIm-U Ktniea MMrtisl D'aerlptlon or th Niwuir 1 the illlCniDmorr In I)i.KrT Xte. For theijtast few days the SpouiBh and Chilian residents" ot this city have been making Inquiries as to the destination of a lariru steamer lying In the vicinity of Brooklyn, and i-upponed to be intended to tail as a privateer, with a comiiila- iton from the Chilian (.'overmucut, to destroy bpHiitHQ conimerre ou tie fitch e;a. The mys tery wai partially unravelled yesterday, when the Jeifor, the Bunpectod vessel, wa taken in chaice by the United States Marshal and pre vented Irom leaving this port. 1 " ' " TUB CASE. Tho facte of tlw case, as gathered by the reporter, can thus be summed up: It appears tliut some time isince the representative of the Chilian Go...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 January 1866

2 TIIE NEW YORK mESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED EVERY DAY FOB KTEN1NQ TELEGRAPH. The Conflicting IlrporU from the Sonthern Slates. From the Timet. . In Htlroatinir the tone aud temper of the Southern pcoplo It U uulalr to consider them as a unit Weece on the one hand, trom the pens of 8ou(hcrn writer!", roe-colored plcturea of a naw prosperity, based on enterprise, Indua" try, and education, and destined to excel all the prcstipo of the past. But Iroin other writers, and those mottly of the proininunt and leading men ot thp feouth, we Ret only gloomy prophe cies of a ruined agricultural and a debased social condition. The checiful opinions first-named come from the jonnper in years, the less established tn life, the representatives of the young South, who, while perhaps cordially sorry that the experi ment 01 a Southern Confederacy has failed, are Mill uncoDbCiounly elated with the hopes that an absolutely tree g...

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. — 24 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH". PIIJLADELVIIIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 18CG. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional Vity liML'ujaice ;c F ,'tti '!,. Thk Sabbath Question. AnoJiermw t lwr of the friends of the Hubbatb. was held last rvenintrin the West Arclt Street Presbyterian Church, W. A. Tenbrook, Eq., in the Chair. The ircceedinp-s were opened with prater by Kev. W. F. Eva, after which tho minutes of the previous meeting were read and approved. The Committee on Legislir.uro reported through their Chairman, Rev. Dr. Junkln, who made some very impressive remarks respecting the prospect of maintaining the cause through the acts of that body. , ; In alludlne to some articles which had appeared In a morning papT oi this city, he said V that treat ignorance nau boon shown by the writer ol the articles In qucftion. Base attacks ' bad been made on pre at and pood men, and tn ' quotations, much injustice had been done to the authors trom which he had quoted. Kev. J. Wheaton Smith, D. D., offered...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 January 1866

pvblithed exrry ciftrnoem (Sundays eroepted) at No. 108 S. Ihird sired. Price, Tttree Cent Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen tents Per Week, payable to lie Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers ovt of the city at Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in, adoave for the period ordered. ' To insure the Insertion of Adoertisemrnts in a'l of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later ttian 10 o'clock each Morniwj. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1S00. Tho Sntibnth lor the Laboring Classes. It may be thought that the "Sunday ques tion" should bo canvassed only In the pulpit. It Is, Indeed, a question for th pulpit, lor the Church Is concerned. Bat it is likewise a question for tho press, lor tho world is con cerned. In urging the claims of tho Sabbath, it should be remembered that there were, by God's direct appointment, three great para disaical institutions, and that tho Sabbath was ono of them. The first in ordo' is labor. The second 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. — 24 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGItArn. TOIL AD VLVniA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 24, ,.18CC. & OUR NEW YOUK LETTER. Th Fenian Ta Skating Tino Privnieers Cniriov Trials Broker' in Trouble Oh The Cotiapse of the "Columbian" fiuing a Ma total Society Strong Divorce Case Again, Etc. Special Corretpondence of Th Evening Telegraph. Nrw York. January 21. Skating la eood attain to day. The snow dooa not matci tally Interfere with travel. But little progress lias been made during the hurt lew days In the grand tournay of the New Tork Chess Club a fact partly to bo attributed to the unusual inclemency of the weather, and partly to the Indisposition of ono or mom of the combatants. Another eame, however, was contested on Monday afternoon, in the exciting ailalr between Captain McKenzio and Mr. Stanley, w hich, after a little less than three hours' hard fighting, ter minated in another 'draw." Play between theso gentlemen will be resumed this day (Wednesday) at the Club Rooms, University Building, at the u...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 January 1866

Contimted from the Birth Paje. nendfld riffhtlv th .v.tikm it Pnnnavl vHnlt airm- iatlon on ihn object, and IU bearing upon the iUfstlons that are presented In the discussion of this cnee.lt is to make local roads parts of one 'Teat Ui rough route. It is to provide not only that these local roads may be made very valuable to" Jhelr own districts, but tbat they may be also feed rrs to or form part of a continuous route. It was '9 accomplish this that they were allowed to con feot. You have this magnificent section of conn ry, considered agriculturally or In regard to it nineral wealth, opened in this way, and by means i'vf these connections forming apart of this great brough route. . , Where Is the harm in all this? Yet it Is charged Jgalost this company as a crime tbat It has picked lip a few local charters and made connections. ,-Vhy Uiat is just what the Legislature has been oiling the oommnnliy ever since 1847 tbat they wanted it to do. We want not a few small roads, icting witho...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 January 1866

'THE ULENNERCflOR MASKE D BALL A Brilliant and Grotesque Affair Queer Characters, Costumes and Concelts-The Meeting of Extremes-The 8tudy of Fa-IcIalPhyslognomy-A "Pro cession of the Fools" Music, Mirth, and Mas queradlng. A little nonsense now and then, saya the poet, ia relished by the wisest men and womea. Tne truth of the old couplet won never more manifest than at the Grand lial Masque of the Mienner chor Musical Societv, at the Aoarierny of Mimic iMt evening. The Mmnnerchor U one of our oMest, most celebrated, and successful of American Binin soctetlcs, and a most worthy and rcspoctublu organization. It has trot into the Kod fashion ot irjvin.fr. these masked balls every year; and they have ul ways been notable for the spirit of real enjoyment characterizing them for the love of harmless .social amuse nenta is an essential element In the German composition. German recreations are never selfish or exclusive. They embrace the eattra family, even to the toddling infant, and the y...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 January 1866

HnTuT Tl7 l Minim JXj o PIIirJAr)EIL.TIII-A., THURSDAY,- JJTJAJEtTXT 25, 1866. DOUBLE S1IEETTII11EE CENTS. VOL. V-No 22. Til I HD EDITION EUROPE. FIVE DAYS L A T E K NEWS. ' . . f THE "HIBERNIAN" AT PORTLAND. Landing . of Armed .Fenians at Sligo. . THE MILITARY OUTBREAK IN SPAIN. Gen. Trim Defeats Gin. Conclia. InteM Commercial and Mapping News. EMU, El., Etc. Etc., Kfc, Etc., f.t. Portland, January 25. Tho Hibernian, from Liverpool January 11, via Londonderry Janu ary 12, baa arrived here. Tlie Damascus, lrom Portland, arrived out on the lOlh. The America, from New York, arrived out ou the 11th. The Cuba, from Boston, arrived out on the 12th. Cotton opened at a decline of ld.ljd., but partially recovered, and closed firmer at a . decline, however, of Jd.ld. on American. Sales for the week, 5C00 bales. Middling Orleans is quoted at 20d.' The Rales on Friday were 10,000 bales, the market closing steady. BreadstufTs firmer. Provisions steady. Con sols for money, 86f?)87. S. a 5-208, 6...

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. — 25 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, j THURSDAY, JANUARY, 25, 18GG. THE NEW YOEK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. OOMPILRD KVKUT DAT FOB mVBJUHO TKLEOnAPlI. Cotton-riant! ng. From the Tribune. fo many have written us asking Information as to the propects uul profits of cotton-planting at the South, that wo propose being unable to answer their Inquiries specifically to set iorlh the little that we know on the subject, leaving every one iaterest9d to mnks what he run of it. The leailing facts are as follows: 1. Cotton is now Bellini? at prices nearly equal to 40 cents In polcl for Fair Upland, when U is known that the averasre cost ol producing the stnple docs not exceed 10 cents (gold) p?r pound. Tbls is the great tact. 2. Cotton land Is abundant at the South, and tnay be bought or hired at moderate rates. Five millions of bales (one million tons) of the staple were grown in 1800; and it is not supposed that more tha...

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. — 25 January 1866

TITE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. miLADELPIIIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 18GG. C I T Y I NTETiL IQENUK For Additional City hUe'diji-net see F n.. J'o.7.) New Belief Association. A meetlnir, )f citizens was held lut evening at Central Hall, Frankfort road and Mauler street, for the pur pose of forming a reliel asMooiat.ion regnrdle ol party, sect, or ferret opfHub.ations. The meet- 'inp was or,Hai?t'd X)j calling Mr. John Frede ricks to trie ehair. Mr. Fredericks said It was proposed to form an atscici.itmn tor tho purpose of aiding woftiberri at th; tnueot death. It a member dies, whatever sruni 11 fixed upon by fie ' Hociety would bp given h t lumily. If ono dollar nhoull bo tho fuin,then euoli mem ocr would contribute that amount; mid, should there be a thousand members, tho ivWo would receive one thousand dollars. It is proposed to have a llxeijk-.rate of per centatre, to be deducted trom the puin tor the pnrpoeu of llquidatinir the oidinarj ot;ctis(H ot I lie society. To this end a furt...

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. — 25 January 1866

It pubh'uhcd every afernoon (Sunday excepted) at No. 108 5. Ihird tired. Trice, Tttree Cent rer Copy Double Sited), or Eighteen Centt Ter Weel, iayabte to Vie Carrier, and mailed to Subtcribcrt cut ofQieoilyai Nine DoUart Per Annvm : One DoVar and Fifty Cents for Two Monllie, invariably in adoaiwe for Hit period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Adtetiisemcnls inaU of our Edition, tliey must be forwarded to our office not lahrjhan 10 o'clock each Morning. Tnur.sDvr, januaky 25, irog. Our Republican Nobility What Should Constitute American Aristocracy. "Wiit should not blood, or wealth, or talent constitute an aristocracy In our midst? VVhy should not titles bo distributed and coats-of-arms adopted, blazonry displayed on the panels of coaches, and old silver be stamped with tho hereditary mark of gentility?" When our foretathers first entered upon a republican life they were tinctured with all of England's monaichical views, and for years after the establishment of our independence...

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