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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 February 1866

V H VOL. V.-.o. 3). PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, FEBEUARY 3, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. IL 1.1 i irUjTJm A jr illio Till the Hour of Sickness Comos, few cars to Read anything on the Subject of Disease. In too year 1846. 11m nrl'er of thin arttMe eratiarted to IMProv Itin'nen In the city oi Fhliiule'pbla, but lor the list eifMem jre nn it 01 tils ll'iin fin boon occc j to ! In the uiaiiuiacture ol tbe vrlou No Id and Flold 1 xt ct, the tnont. prominent, and t vhlcd he dclroi rto call bft pat tlcnlar a Mention nt tfin Faculty and t'ie Inllc, are iha Extract l'nchu and ih Extract Har jap.rllla, both of which are hU.bly concentrated pre Trikn of tbe lnTefilents entering into their composi tion, t n bottle ot the Fluid F.sfraet of Barxapartlla la lo ir equal In itrentb to one gal on of tbe ivrnp or de coction, aa uiusl y made, and hanlrcds of drupelet thrc OKhont the country Lave adopted It In making their arrcpt of thU name, and one tablespoooful, deed to a pint ot water, la fnllv equal...

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. — 3 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 18GG. TIIE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import- ant Topics of the Hour. OOWPILID HVEllY DAY FOR EVENIWO TKLKGRAPH. The War tor tlie Union and the War Against It. From Vie Time. Mr. Thaddcim Stevens and Ills radical friends are uot unlikely to overshoot tbeir mark. Their fiery zeal will In due time defeat Itself, and bring upon tbelr own Lends tlio punlohment with which they threaton ethers. For all this nota tion in Congress, this piling up of amendments to the Constitution, this denunciation of every nian vho diilers from them, this anxiety to dis able and jmniiih our fellow-citizens in the Southern States, is in Hfrnngo forgetfulness of considerations which the statesman who would live mwt ever keep in view. It presupposes the continuance during peace of a public opinion which acquired force uuder the excitcmpnt and perils of war. It makes no allowance for the abatement of ...

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. — 3 February 1866

t THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPn. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1866.' CITY J .N T YAAA G E N (J K IFvr Additioruit LUy lttU 'Umce ere F.fXk 1'i,k The Advanchment ok PuiLADKLPaiA. The very rapid and unprecedented exminsion of our city must bp hs prHtirjing as it Is surpris ing to every riitlndclptiinn. Amid all the dm paraerinciitfl resulting irom a prolonged war, and the consequent business and monetary derangements, phe has prov.11 apace advancing until one suburb alter another has been linked to the old mnnicipnlity by lengthened streets. Unlilcw New Yoik, bur Citv ts unlettered by any natural limt. from t tic Junction ot the Delaware and Schuylkill, the trinnjile gradually wRiens in a northerly iliieeiion, allordine space to keep up its progressive erowtU in all cominir time; and it is iu the noitliern nectiou we find the moot married Improvement's, extending cat and west, presenting altuosv nn even front, as field after Held aud old forms are swallowed up by splendid tows of...

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. — 3 February 1866

4 (taring Mcpiili Js fvbliffnd exery afternoon Sundays excepted) at No. 108 . Ihtrd sired. Price, Three Cent Per Copy (Pouble Meet), or Eighteen Cents Per Week, jay able to 0t Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers ovl of the city at Nine DoVars Per Annum ; One PoVar and Ftfty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in ali of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our o(f!ce not later tlian 10 o'c'ock each Morning. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1SC3. VnlorR Trrporty Token lor Pub'ic Use. Ali. qucfUoTi th:tt concern the people all public questions, whether na'iao&l or miilei pal ehould be discussed ly tKo pros3 with fjiecial regard to truth. We wifh to observe th's rule iu what we now propose to sa with respect to tlio dispute which liaj arisen as to the value of the property that waa selected and appropriated by the City Councils, under their ordinance of June 23, 1301, wlih aviw to enlaige the FairuQOont Park, and to pr...

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. — 3 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. frillLAfcELPHIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 186S. 5 MATTERS OVER THE RIVER, CnAnoKS or In cenpiakism. About tbe ciziccntb of May la t, a largo barn hi'loughicr to a Mr. Hatch, pit iratctl near the mouth ol Co prr's Creek wasdtntroyed bv tiro, which wnsthe commencement ot the frequent Beta ol inoen tlinilHiu which subneaurntlv loilowcd. A number of bares and cUblca. with out-houses, were i rapiaij urea airerwar m, biki me cuizuns uecniuu fxcitt a and alarmed loi the saiotjr of their pro perty. Denplte the vigilance 01 ihe oHicr to detect the perpetrators of these Incendiary acts, their labors were for a lonjr time unavailing:, until at last clrcumhtdiires occurred which attonply lu plicated a lad numed John Heck, who was ttkt n into ciihtod.v and held to auswer. On Tbur-day lie was tried and convicted of the crime of netting tire to Mr. Hatch's barn. Immediately on conviction he turned State's evidence, and made a Btntoiiieut, under oa'h, lroplicat'njr other b...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM!. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 18GG. 0V r&& NUMBER Mil. A IIFT FOR MKNTAI. PV ' PBPTIflfl, 4ND A CCSl t'O It IiV-roi'lK.KDRIA, IIV roc'KIHY, (Ik ANT COMPLAINT OK A IIY or.liEH, uy omt si:nu:s hjitou. Al.JtAXAO 4l IMAIIT. dllOTIT METRB-II.t.OOICAt. OnKR VATION9 HB fnU WEAK Jsmnstry. Honday, PO.- Mr ..srwiird return from Havana in l)e Iht Knto, as il.i tho rost of the erew Je wa.axni ctixi tlrn place would bo too not to hold tli fin licit summer. To"rty. 3 Arrival of Woll tf, tin Queen's Jester and aide splitter at the ;rcua. Hailing Irom the t nun, lie In expected to be In too 'tint." 'i als or luughlor and oranvo f.e !t his flrxt appearance. WrdneailKv. :tl -ll ill oi the 7th Koriinont N. T. 1 his rcri went huviiig lac -o) marked batter. o te lli-Hold, was nut afraid to tc a masked ball in tho house, 't In- whn'o llimv snacked tronziv ol Dix y, the cicnoral being tho l.iou of tho occasion. hrnry. Thorsirliiv, 1 Mysterious disapnoaranci la Ch...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 18GG. NOTIIINe TO DO. A strip orertOwlcBt llufin Hali broirtored and sUmned in blue, And the ftlcam ot a threadlcss needle PiercinB- the pattern throiiRh t TV 1 1 - l 4 .t tfia ait nnt 1U41a T o rl 1 AUH UtCU'O lO rrnuj, ai.iiu umij I gits BigbiDg for something to do. Blossoms ol every nue ; Hcato. odorous roses The rarest that ever crew : 17he vase stands ready, while the tweet little Lady Sits wishing for something; to do. (Half hid under flowers a volume In daintiest srold and blue. Just parted, as if it would open 1 At "The Miller's Daueht' r" for vou : The book lies ready, yet the sweet little La'ly I Sits sighing for something to do. A silent harp In the corner. And melodl' s old and new Scattered in rrettv disorder -tonus of the false and the true : he uarprtsnds ready, still the sweet little Laay Kits longing tor soroetfiing to ao. sudden wind-sweep and flutter The door wide open blew : A step in the hall, and ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 February 1866

B ritB DAILY EVENT NG TELEGRAPH. PHIL ADELPIIIA, SATURDAY, HEBRTTARY 3, 186G. MEETINQ OF THE PH1U0ELPHU BAR. Hare Finml nmri AcMimla tton Required , i lscreAl Sfanabr f Jadft, twtd More Aleqni Fay R que !. This morning an adiourned mceUnR of the members of ttic Philadelphia bar, J la reference to wearing bettor court accommoda tions, and an lncreae of pay aud number ol the Judges, was held In tht Supreme Courtroom, Kli K. Price in the dun. The meeting was largely attended. Upon uian c tiled to order, the following was read bv tbv Secretary: To the Mimt em of the VI. Unite .hi t Itarx The Committee to whom ,tu iCoriuo tl.O U'ljocti of ad 011.01 a Com t auouiumoUut.uiut, aumuouul ) ud.es, ai.u u moie ui.((,iiimc c(iMi;.'ii-'i) ol i lie Judiciary, italic luiy re.Mtt at wh.v have cuietu.ly conat ion fl H e enbjocta commuted to mo.", til 11 ursi mimed subject ilnroUbut ono opii.iou iu tu lit community Tuo people, 1110 rod, tiiu lnedica. pioti'sn oil. and th .jar, all speak a ui aiiiinous...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 February 1866

m"M"1' niliai pi r vLXF VOL. V. Xo. 31. ?I-IILA.r)EriT?IIIA., AtONDAY, FEBRUAKY 5, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. rniTT'Tr i A ir Dlio iLJDLsLlA SCENES OF BOIvEOE, i i i Xtf Petal! f lb r t h Australian ftltanaablp I.adon " Heartrftudlng laeMMt of I2iroiHin . SntTerlMtr Tw llaadred Doomd HkIiiks Waiting; tm Db Iftut Honrs !' ii. V. BrooU t tla Actor Noble I'ouuun of tb Cap- . tnl ' n-HcftivM to nv lllmaelf ad Rown WUU tbe Nhlt Th ' ng;m Nbooflsff Thfmwlvcn to Avoid IVr owning- SlHrvfcllou l.-.cnne tit Ibe timiltorl, Etc The wreck ot the Australian emigrant ship Xondcn, with tho lose ot over t vo hundred lives, has already been recorded. Tin! English papers received by the Africa furai.li details of the catastrophe, which excel in horror and Interest anything of the Und that has occurred in Europe since the loss of, the Royal Charter. Hr.ROISM OP THE CAPTAIN. it was not till 4 A. M. on Wednesday, tho 10th inst., tuat ( apta n Martin resolved to put back to Plymouth, the London beine...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 186G. LITERATURE. The rii.fmiM'8 W allot. By Gilbert JIaven. iltird Houghton, N. Y. Agents, J.b.Lippiu cott A Co. A vlowant fross'pj book of incident'! of travel is laid before us by Mr. Haven. It is not exagge ration for us to say that It is tho most entertain ing volume of reminiscences that we have read for many a day. Spicy In its details, graphic in its narrative, it U ol a kind to delight tbe gene ral reader and even draw tho cynicism from the professional scorner ol works of travel. In fact, llio present volume is not a volume of travels. It is fc ekctchy record of what tho writer saw and what he hnurd in England and France. Those who suppose that tho field is covered already, that jio Dook of either of these coun tries pun be found which the. laborious Yankee has not penetrated and reveah-d, will be sur prised at the freshness end graceful originality which abound in the "Pi'grira's Wallet." 1 1 has long boon kno...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 February 1866

CITY INTi: LLIG ENCE For Addilicruil City MClirince see FifUi J'a A. Ladt and Child Break Through Tna Ice. On (Saturday afternoon, about hull pat 4 o'clock, a cry ot distress was heard abovo ihe flam at Fall mount, when a runh was maio to the spot Irotu whence H proceeded. It was found that a voniie lady named Adrle Rabaud. residing in Mar-nail street, below Oxford, had broken throned the ice while; In coropenv with her nephew, Kobcrt Rabaud, afrel nine yearn. The yonii'c lady boinp un expert swimmer, and poistFHCd ol much eelf-poiwHioii, Ruccoedcd in keeping her head above water. The child was t aught by her and held abovo water sufficiently long to keep it troin .Wrangling, and niitfl rescued from drowning bv a ireiitletnaa who corao to their aaslftance. Stirs Rabnud refilled aid until the child was saved. Soon alter she wan also extricated, but not until she had been in the water for a conaideruhlo lenclh of time. They were then tnken to a public home near by, and'necoFsary aid a...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 February 1866

1$ puUulrd cxrry afcrncon (Sundays excepted) ot No. 108 5. 7hird street, Price, Three Vent Per Copy (Double Merf). or Eighteen Cents Per Wcct, jayable to the Carrier, and mailed to Fuberriliers out of (he city at Nine Dollars Per Anttvm i One DdUar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To itmire the lnrertion of Advertisements in all of tmr Editions, tliey mini be forwarded to our office not later titan 10 o'clock each Morning. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1SG0. Hie Valuation ol I'ropertr nt Landing A venue. Tiik member of Sik-ct Council who recent laid before that body a statement relative Co the valuation of the property at Lauding avenue, had, we are assured, no Intention to impeach the integrity nor interfere unn ceesarily with the private interests of any of the owner. He honestly believed that the awtrd made by the jury appointed to as9C3 the damans sustained by the owners of the ground by reason of its being selected and nppropilated by the City...

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

TnH DAILY EVENING TELEGRAFII. miLADELPfllA, MONDAY, VKmiUMlY 5, I860. 5 THE SUNDAY QUESTION. Sterontb and Eighth Commandments i Sabbath 1 To the Editor of the. Xvtning 1 elf graph We hae good authority lor the exMonco ot the BOTcnth precept trom tbe erea'ion. "Ht je not read, that he, which made them at the beginning, made thorn male and reroute." 41th xtx, Mono ox tended somo indul'onoo, out he i.erer -allowed the putting awar ot a wife lor ever? cauo, bnc only for impurity Se Deut. xxly, I. The Tharlaoo belied Moses, who did not sanction divorce wi hout came; but If a man find a woman Impure, and is about to send her off, Moses order blm to "rive b"r a bill of divoroe." 11ns whole thing wa, however, a muni cipal regn'ation of the Jew, and not the seventh precept not tho lav of marrape prescribed irom tho hnrlcnmir to the vho;o race. Indisputaolr, to tboso who be'.ievo tho B.ble, marriage is a moral law, and was made at tbo bepinntng. and this, monogamy, and not polyjramr. Monopamy...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 February 1866

c THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 18CC. THE NEW YOHK TRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMriUD EVERT DAY FOR EVENING TELEORAPri. The Constltntlonol Amendment on ' Basis ol Kcp.csentatton. the Jfrom the Timet. . . Ibr House ot'Roprerentativea has paa.ed tUo resolution to ftmpol the CotiBtitutlon of the United Btides clinngirtir the baMs or representa tion. Hitherto that basis has been the whole nnmocr of free persona and three-fifths of all others. This gave (he Blavcholrlinir States a representation of all their free persons, and about 2,400,000 in addition thereto assuming thefr slaves to number 4.000,000. Now that their slaves' have become free persons they are all counted, so that the South will have 1,000,009 persons added to their representative numbers, irhich, under the present ratio, would give tbem thirteen more members than they had belore. The opinion has been expressed that one-ff...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGliAHL PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 5, 1880. O.III2 I? A. S II I O TVS. idwlnter Styles-The Empire Bonnet-Cloaks and Furs-Dress Goods-Modes-Evening Dresses-Head-Dresses. The New Year came In, not royally, with (laming banners athwart tho mornlnjr sky, but In tho most lachrymose and dismal of moods; the estal First of January looking damp contempt )a the gay drawing-rooms and fleecy toilets dis mayed in Its honor. The round of days since i&en has been hardly more checrfuL Grey skies and chilly rains, sharp sleet, and an occasional petulance of snow on the part of this eldest daughter of the year, have tempted to Inglorious ease in the artif.cial summer of the drawing room. The Amazons who walk every day, and defy the treacherous and Immitigable horrors of our streets, come home, Indeed, with chilly feet, and no?es blushing celestial-rosy red, but elate with the fine Intoxication 'which deep draughts of oxygen induce. Pear, wise virgins, who thus keep your ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 February 1866

8 MEXICO. import" from the Rl Sranl-riiT) )nKi'al Affair Move meat of F. lii 4 rf BpOBflWIICe II (WMR rtrl IVHiai-) and MrJI R'arardlna; ln 8 n. Ihk f American Troop to Bld rl of I be Commander of the Freneh rieet In th Bio Grstd rn PmrMtt of m Liberal, Eie. rnowiVii.LK. Texap, January 21-7. few day twc Coillnas tlctcrmlnod to visit, BiiAUd, anJ with eonio lew ol hif rmr-swl I'oHower.t started down tbp river. Henri ni; of hi? 'i;pro;ich, Usl oi cl Knnnixi MtiH, vtuo iial Wn ieit in com mat.d b Mcob'.''lo, bat ly crowd the river to th AiiHii fthoro. Xw renowned bandit, vpcn ic. w- t, Ainricttn olhcor who, too citv ironi p-ltnTO ana ""j!' niidrr orlcrs, id used U r- J' , aii j Lltwiul oMcor, save Rf a siibordirniUJ i' Icol)tdo, nnd would not allow any planar'" and so CoiUinii returned to ttin nty distrust.!, there are at iio.-,cnt in tbo place eignty-uix Mexican foJdiers. being a portion ot tho lm;ie jr'al I troops which turned over to iho Liberals when the city was captured, incse me...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 February 1866

RTMMNG NhinT.-T .1 iiidLd. A IPHIX-A-DELIPIIIL, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 0, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. VOL. V.-Xo. 32. ASIA. THE CEXT1UL ASIA QUESTION. Knssla Gradually Encroaching on the British India To1 sessions. Russia's Strength and Eng land's Helplessness. The Anglo-Indian Government Sending Spies to Investigate Russian Pro ceedings In CWmicre. WHAT WAS CONCEDED BY THE BHOOTAN TREATY. SIGNIFICANT MOVEMENTS IN CHINA. The Chinese Casting Gnns and Shot, and Prepnrlnc to Exclude the Foreigner. Vie Ete Kte., Etc., Etc., El. THE EAST INDIES. Bnssla's AitTanorit In Central Asia KbKllHb Alarm for tbe Nufety of Her Itutaa Poasvalous KusMau Intrlyavis In UibBorr Ttt tiuvtn Treaty aal Wbkl la Coh-ud by It. THE CENTRAL ASIA fill CATION. From the tortn India Ihraid, We have been favored with the subjoined in teresting extract regardine the provinces that are now naturally attracting so much attention both in En pi ft n d aud in India, and have to thank the irien. who has Ocen so good as to c...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. rillLADELPHIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY G, 1866. THE NEW YOHK PEES3. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import" ant Topics of the Hour. COM TILED KVKRY DAT FOR EVEHIKO TEtKOBATH. Iknnnclation ol Congress. From the Jtibune. . .. Tbo XXXJXth Congress bas now been two month! In secfiou. It has not acted with tht energy and decision which the state of our cur-, rency, .finances, and taaei Imperatively requires. Whatever la to be done with regard to these should have been promptly done, so that Indus try and business miaitit hare adjusted themselves to the policy ot the Government,' Instead pf being exposed to ship wreck through non-conformity. Men are buying, hirinir, renting lor the year before us; and any groat change here after made at this session wlH bear hardly on thousands. Yet changes must be made. We must get back to solvency forthwith; for an unsound currency Is always a grave paril, and may at any moment evoke a whirlwind of com mer...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 February 1866

TOE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 18GG. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Adilitional City lntvKjtict tec F t (A ';,. Board of Trade. The annual meeting of tn Hour of Trade wss held last evening. 4tr. fi. C. Morton m called to the chair, and Mr. Thorntos Brown appointed secretary. Tno annual report of tne secretary of the Board was then read. The industry of Pennsylvania has lieen, on the whole, very bountifully rewarded during the past twelve months. In ooal, aPhoagh one of the anthracite fields, in consequence of a prolriiote.d strike m the. part ot the miners, has iallcn some half million tons short of its expected yield, the production of the1 State, of all kinds, baa reachod an excess of 1,304,331 tons of 2000 lbs. over that of the pre vious year. The figures are 14,002,723 tons against 12,(i)8,412 In 18ti4, worth fully seven dol lars per ton within the limits of the estate, or, fairly estimated, it has dlslubuted throtigtt the vailous branches of Industry eng...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 February 1866

r Owning Mcgtiipli Jt publifhed retry afernoon (Hundays eiceited) at No. 108 S. Ihird street Price, Three Cents Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Par Tret, payable to Oie Carrier, and matted to Subscritera otU of (he city at Nine Dollars Per Ant,vm t One Dollar and Fifty Cent for Tieo Months, intariaUy in adwxce for tte period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Editions, they must be forxcardeil to our office not later Ouin 10 o'clock each Morning. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 1SGG. Southern Ililffandage and Black-mail -A Threatened Evil to the Cotton States. The Southern papers are exceedingly exer cised Just now orer tue threatening condition of fouihern society. It would seem that t'ao eastigatlon of that ill-fated country bas not yet been concluded. Tho war, although it haa desolated its fit-Ids, and made its garden? billowed with graves, has not yet compelled it to drain the cup of bitter repentance to tLe dregs. With the exhaustion ol peace his c...

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