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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 16 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH.- PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1G, 186G. 5 MATTERS OVER THE RIVER. Citt Debt. The City Treasurer's report, )uit published, present" anything but a fayorable procpect as larva too city nuances are concerned. tr Indebtedness1 amount to $200,920 00 a very large sum when compared with the pant liabili ties of the city. Ot course, the cost of filling up our quota ot troopa baa swelled the city indebt edness to enormous proportions. Tiie New Rati.boad. The projected rail read from the Jackson function to Pennagrove, via Williumstown, Is meeting with considerable favor. A lar?e amount of the stock is already taken, and the work will be commenced early in the spring. The cost of construction will average about $16,000 per mile. Pier Swept away by Ick. The new filer, recently bu Hon the river south ot Kaljrhn's 'oint Firry bvMr. Butler, curried away a tew n'gula a nee bya great body ot tlimtins ice. This wail quite an impiovemcnt on the river front of that v cin...

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. — 16 February 1866

' t c CHE5TEEFIEL3 JUNIOR. A BON'S ADV1CB Tf niS PATH SR. . ' Mr. Cuestcrfleld, eon., fcpfra to lorward to tho editor certain letter v-hich ho ha. lately re eclved from his bod. Mr. C. docs so, beoauss he thinks it desirable that it should be made Icqowu what a pass thins ate raptalj couilncr. to la this country. These lcltcrs, let It b3 diHtlnctly ua derstood, are from Mr. ChotcrHeM's ton his own sou whom Mr. C. daudbd la bis arras a core of years airo, when tlits .vounil K'Titlemaii's costume connlsted of a w hi to rooi cUboratel worked about the brou't, aud nearly a yard longer in the skirts than the exlgeucica ol tha infant's stature dcmaudel. The tellers foilo: My Dear Father: It has bocu the custom, lime out of mind, as 3 011 arc probably a vare, tor tliohe who have lived a erratmanv years In the no Id porents, Eiiardlan-", uncle, auJ cldTly persons goiicnill.y to (five the res'ilt of thfir experience of human life, their advice, in short, to such yount; inou bo they the sons,...

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. — 16 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1G, 18GG. LITERARY JOTTINGS. The i English magazine. Temple Bar hag been eold to Mr. lientlej lor the mm of 2."00. V Whittier'sr new poem, entitled "Snow Bound, a Winter Idyl,'f will bo published this wetk by Tieknor A Fields. A new quarterly threepenny illustrated iruwa r.lno is to apj rav iu London this month, under the title 01 Mltmon Life. Tt la ta tin n tmirnnl ot the Universities Mission to Centra: Alrica. 'Women's Rights" rre to have an oran In ram A new journal Is announced urHei' the titla of the Columbine, tho editor of which is Mad'lle Suzanne hauler, with Madame de Ciia brillau as sub-editor. The paper ia to advocate tho equality ot the Boxes. The London Review calls Mr. Gliddtono "the Tennvson of finance;'! for, it adds, ho "brings to Lis public exposition not, only the Eoaera ol' hu reaou, but also the resources of is imagination, and rlolhrs thoin with a beauty of diction and richness oi Lluatiatioii wliich m...

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. — 16 February 1866

I, 1 i ' ! 8 AMUSEMENTS. Arch Snsrr Thbatm Mm. Waller take bet farewell benefit thli evening, In two charaoteri which are inn to attract the pnbllo. 8he will ap pear m "Hamlet" (plavint only tho three flrt acts), character which Mrs. Siddons boraolf assumed, and m "Met Merrillee," in which iho it without ft rival. Walnut Strut Thsatrb. Mr. Clarke will play lor bli benefit one of those parts for which be la renowned, when the tonohet of pathos are o wonderlnl and maanntlo that the humoroni motor eonis for the ins taut tianstormea. "Hub lyke" is ore of hi finest impersonations, and the comedy of The Hetool of Reform, rarely played, is a fl jo one. NkwChkbttitt Btbbkt TBKATaB. We rettrot to ay that this is the last performance but one of Henry Dunbar, The fine acting in this play wl'l rendor It memorable to all who appreciate what is admirable aud elevating in art. tin one snould tail to see iliss Orion's ' 'Margaret Wentworth." Tn "Ic Witch." Alter a slorabor of some years, Mr. Sinn h...

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. — 17 February 1866

PHIX.iIDELlPHIA., SATURDAY, FEBRUABY 17, 18G0. DOUBLE SITEET THREE CENTS. VOL. V.-No. 42. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. In the year lfMs, the writer embaikvttln the Prog Business In the city of rbllndelplila. a-vl while thoi en gaged, made scvsral experiments lnrejtri to the most desirable mode of prepirli' riuid Extract. My cffjrti being snccowful the artlclos belhg' approved anduaed by the Medical Faculty' wan desirous of placing thorn be tore tie public, but hesitated for some time botore con cluding to resort to newspaper advertising, knowing of the prejudices that ex U tod In the minds of ir any against pstng aCvertwcd iA dictiet, bat through the advice of friends and those who had used my preparations, this bj cctlon . was overcome. .. . . i. , Commencing In a small way. after eigbtocn years' ex ertions thevopularity ot my articles has extended to all parts of the VnlUd States, and widely throughout Foreign counirlet and this In the face ot much opposU tlon. Every means has been resor...

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 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING. TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1866. ' LITERATURE. We have on ' our table a curious little) pam phlet entitled "Treason, or the Image of the Beast." It deals largely In resolutions and Re velations. It speaks familiarly of David, Saul, Grant, Nebuchadnezzar, .Bheroinn, Johnson, Jjelial, Mobot, and Mr. Henderson, ot Oregon. We do not pretend to criticize the work, because ire do not know what ) its object or anything about if, although we have read It with care. We willDet It speak for Itself: ' wi Boon alter his itauenration, President John eon made the grand discovery that "Treason was a crime," and oracularly pronouncod the groat met. This declaration took the country by Buiptisc and caused mu?,h discussion.' Sub sequently, after the assembling of Consrress, Mr Henderson, of Oregon, ottered the resolution of the Iloute, that "Treason was a crime, and that it oupht to be punibhed," which was unani mously agreed to. ' Llere then the crime is denou...

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 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1866. CITY INTELLIGENCE IFor Additional City Intelligence see Flfl I'agr. Lectcbebt Prof. Henry Morton REFRAC TION OF 1'RIHMH AND I.KNM KM N F. W ASH NTAItT- Iino Kxtkrimknts A Brilliant Awtrwnunr.. A brilliant nudlenco assemhlod Inxt tvenlng at the Arademy of Music, to hear Professor Henry Morton's gsent leetureon "ltefrnctlon, or Prisms mid Lenses." The Professor Illustrated his lecture by number of beautiful experiments, which Kve Infinite snllsfainloQ to the large audience assembled. The experiments -. constated of spectrum annbsls,. and a very pleating ' series ot dissolving views. About eight O'clock the Professor made his appearance on the stage, lie was received with npplnuse, and spoke substantially aa . follows: Ladles and gentlemen: On t previous occasion I had the honor of explaining to you how luminous bodies communicated that vibratory movement which constituted their light to the surrounding fluid In 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. — 17 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENiNG TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 18CC. toting jlcpjli Is published etery afernoon (Sunday excepted) at No. 108 & Ihird sired. Price, Three Cents rer Copy (Double 8hect), or Eighteen Cents Per, Week, payable to (he Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out oftiteoityat Nine Dollars Per Ant-urn ; One DoUar and Fifty Cents for Tu)0 Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in aU of our Editions, they must be forwarded to oar office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 18G6. Wbnt Each State hn Done tor the Union, and What it Cost Is the morning papers was published the report of a special committee aopolnted for the purpose of preparing data setting forth the amount of debt Incurred by each Stata for war purposes, the number of soldiers supplied, and the sum which it was tho duty of the United states Government to reimburse to the various Commonwealths la ordor to relieve the...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 17 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, PflBRUARY 17, 1866. AMUSEMENTS. TKBELLi'8 OpbkA. Lucrexia Borgia was jrlven art evening with a degree of excollonoe ami porfeo tlon that dostrrot the very blithest oulogium. Iq deed, the loot of the compmy being amatour was quite forirotten, from tbo admiiable manner in which the entrmblt waa Riven and each Individual part performed. lit. Davis, already a flno musician, the stater of our tine pianist Mr. Charles Jarvls, has a most roai mflomt voice. It is a h-trh niozzo-soprnno, of a most sympathetic quality, luT of power, and highly dra matic bhe has a admirable style, soul, tire, and expression, and in- Lucrtzia Borgia, last ovoiiing, made so un quivocal a snooess l.ot as an amateur, ' but as an artist, that, should such be bor desire, she can, whenever site chooses, assume bcr place mongsi the prime dnn of the real opera. Of course, she wanisexporloi.ee of staire business-walk, action, e e, out the iceiing and intention aro the...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 17 February 1866

T1IK DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 18G6. NUMBER LT. DIET FOK MRNTAL DTSPEPTICfl, AMD A CUBE FOB nY-rocnoNDMA, HY-POCRIST, OR AMY COMPLAINT OF A HY ORD8B, IJY OUIl 8EUIKS EDITOIC ALDIANAO AND IIA&T. SBOBT OTntK-ILLOaiOAb on8EnvATl02I3 FOR TIM WEAK February. Hsjnflny. 12 Freshet In the Sohnvlkill. Chssnut Street Ilrnlee safo. Having withstood so mnny attacks from the land forces it was impervious to an assault by water, and tt now stands an tee blockade to all travel in that direction. TnBly, IS.-fJeneral B. K. Butlor buys trronnd ontlioJamos river to oroct a mill noon. It is believed anions sporting circles that, as he is down thoro, and i.cnoral Grant in Washing ton, the "mill" will be between him and toe Lientonani-Genoral. lVdnrlny, 1 1. Fornoy's Stnqe unset by trvln to run over a Mill corner of .Ninth and Walnut streets. Jhe name of tbo Hill torriOed the driver, Hemp lldi, Tbnrn(in.y. id. Rac of the Winoolci and tho Alfioiiquin acain on the car...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 17 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 186G. iVr The Evening Telegraph. . , MT LOSS. BT J. W, H., PHILADELPHIA. 1 be following lines were written by an artist of this City many year after the cceurrenee of which they peak, and are now lor the flnt time given to the pnblio. Be bad hid, In rathor a baity manner, a moraine' farewell to bis little boy, eight yean olJ, the pride and Joy of hi bean and home, and about noon received tiding of hi death by drown- I C.hn.H Itl Ma knlUil 4a . n A. o find bia woist fear realized, and the 11 teles lionn of hi well teloved ohtld stretched npon the bank. Bis lecllngs are better described in hi own language. . 1 I. I - VI , v j morn i ten my uuina in Daste, And no Lccd took thy doar arms my neck embraced, With loving look. ?o time for love could I allow o imootb the talr on thy young brow, f ud when night came, no time had Qioxu , ii. orCTcr had thou left Time's shore, And that dark sea ose wares return their dead no mora...

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 February 1866

8 FOURTH EDITION Rumors of Frightful Disasters In the East Biter. THE TENNESSEE QUE3TIOU TOE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PIIILADELPIIIA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1860. IMPOUTAWT CHANGES JNSURce companies. LATEST PROM WASlttgTON. BjfTlnl to The Even In T ,e4rBp,. 1 WAsniNQToif, Febr-mry 17.- ijt Ja Btate'd that the Committer of Fifteen if pettin? ready to re port In favor of the readr Avon 0 the State ol Tennessee by till; not . d,.ciainfr ,ip0n the quali fications of the raor jbcr3 Bnd gPt,at0rg elect; leaving tlmt quests jn t0 the repective Commit tees on Elcctior g. RQi roajmltUng Tennessee ns a State by Actot Cr-nrras. The matter is dipcuwed political circles with much Interest, and the qi .P(,t-0n Is askod on what theory Con prepi, tr,er haviuif admitted' Tennessee without any tur'ti,crgnrantL.fP,can delay the real mission ol tV. 0ther ftnti s? Tnc explanations theCom m.iec will plvc on this point arc looked for with Pencil curiosity. Provided there be any tmth in tho rumor at all, t...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 February 1866

TrTFrlT jTi-r LL U A u 4 11 "PMl H A PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 18GG. VOL. V.-No. 43. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. MEXICO. Rumored Franco-Austrian Treaty for the W ithdrawal or the French Forces. Austria to Supply their Places with One Hundred Thousand Troops. Belgian and Hungarian Volunteers to Form the New Army of Occupation. The Liberal Government at El Paso and Its Troubles. J!aie2 mid His CiT)iiiot In Mlicir 2Nre-v Oiipitul. T.U Etc,, i:tr.. Etc. !'.-., Et Eta WAsniKiiToN, February IP. Private letters received from Europcby Government ex-otlicials in this city state tlint a treaty was concluded between France and Austria last month, stipu lating ihat the Freuch troops sha'.l be immedi ately withdrawn Ironi Mexico; that Anstriasball fi initb one hundred thou-aud troops, if neces sary, to tuKe their place, til teen thousand ot w bleb, are to be dismounted cavalry, dragoons, cr huBBurs, and that France shall furnish trans- f ori at on and commissary stores lor them until unde...

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. — 19 February 1866

I THE DAILY TSVJENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 18G6. THE NEW YOKE rRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon th Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. OMriLID KTkBT DAT FOB 1TIHINQ TC-KOnAFn. The HTenue, Credit, and Securities of the Government! Fro. Ih Trrnr. The internal reyenue of the National Treasury areragod $8,830,828 In each of the past two ireeka, and w II amount to about Ave million dol lars In the week now closing. Thiis far In too current flscal yar, cooimenolnc vith Julj 1, 1865, the Income of the Government from, tills iucreatnrl.r prolino source haa boon a trifle ,over. $206,000,000, or equal to a weekly average of $8,2.2, 4M a rate which, carried tbrouph tho remaining ninctocn weeks ot tbo year, woull make tba aegreeato of the teat's revenae, ITom Internal taxation alone, $J24, 600,048, or over one hundred and thirteen mil lion dollars more than the Intcrrnal revenue in the last fiscal year, and nearly throe times that of the year .ndlng...

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. — 19 February 1866

3 CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City lrJCUjince see FlfUi Page. The IIorflE of Refuge. We have re ef lvtd the Ikirty-eigbth Annual Report of the Board 01' Manaaers vt the House ol Reitige. The document very lnterestmir. We learn irora Its page that on the 1st of January. 1865, , there were In the White Department, 386 boys and 131 pirls: total, 617: and in the Colored Depart ment 88 boyi and 66 f iris; total, 144. It both department, 474 boys and m Blrle: total, tiGl. There were received into lb White Department during 1865, 2G3 boys; 118 (sirla; total, 379. Dis charged durluir the year. 31!) boys; 143 elrt., total, 467. Remaining in the House on the lt of January, I860, 330 Bo, a; !'9 girls: total, 429. The Colored Department received during the year 73 bovs and 23 girls; total, f)6. Disrbarged durrg the year, 67 bovs; 33 pirls; total, 90. Remain! a 5 on the 1st of January, lffio, 104 boys: 40 girls; total, 160. In loth department, 434 bovs und 146 f iris; total, 679. The emplov...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 February 1866

THE DAILY BVENiKG TELEGRAI'II PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1866. (Svcuing Wcgtsph Js pvtiluhed txiry afernocn ftundvyi excepted) at No. 108 Unrd street. Pr'ce, Thne Cent Per Copy (Double Meet), or Eighteen Cents Per Wce; payable to Oit Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out oftJiecityat Nine Dollars Per Anr.um : One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in adoaice for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements inaU of our Editions, they must be forwarded to oar office not later Oian 10 o'clock each Morninq. MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 16. The Law of the Road. Tiie case of Doctor Moont, of Cincinnati, who was on Friday last knocked down and fatally injured by a wagon driven at an un lawful rate of Bpccd, is a Tory painful ono. lie died on Saturday morning, tit the Glrard House, where, with his wife and child, he was stopping on a visit to th's city. It is not our purpose to prejudge the affair. The driver of the wagon has been committed to answer at cour...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPn. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1866. 5 MATTERS OYER THE RIVER. Religious Istki.moknch. A. daep and earnest relipioua exoiteroent prevails ia noarly all the churches ia Camden, and number are weekly added to their respective membership. In 'the Tabernacle JJaptlst Church, yesterday morning, alxtenn persons received the rk'bit hand 01 fellowship, and in the evening six more wiie immersed. M etlnga have been held in this church every afternoon and evening for several -weeks past, and about thirty new members havo been admitted since the meetings bcjan. A rinmber of proba'ionar members were re ceived into the Third Street M. E. Church last evening. A serins of interesting; meetings is also in progress in this church, which bids fair to add many new members to thW already very larjre congregation. interesting meetings are likewise In progress in the First Baptist (Jburch, undor the direction of the new pastor, Kev. Mr. Rose, who was In stalled on Thursday...

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. — 19 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGILA PH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 18G6. The i RaMfinUlan- r th TreatUa with , . ruri-U iNiwrrn. The Japan Herald gives the following Interest ing Hcfloutit of tho rattlicttlon, b the llikado of . Jpan, of tua treaties wltk foreign countries: J"The Tvooon and hu Government had infor mation Of the totuntlon ot the loreifra represen tative to visit Ojiuka. On the arrival of the fleet the Tycoon was a: Kioto awaiting the final order f the M'kado rtspccttne NnRuto. On the very day on nh eh the foreign ships dropped ancoor oil Iliopo he lecoived a djcen baort, (war dress) and a talohi (war sword). t"l'ne loieiijn ministTsatonce sent oTicsra to Oaka to take to the Woiojio letters, in which was stated lequheuimts of the treat. powers, "1. The ratificat!on of treaties by the Mikado. "2. The opening or Iliotro. "3. The revision of the tariff. "Two or three days alter wards the members of the Gorojio came tlicmxelves to fllogo, and Bad an Interview with onr mini...

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. — 19 February 1866

1 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGIUPII. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19; 18G0r 7- t . I . 1 I i i . i . i . t i . . i . . . , - : i I . A Hall at the Tnilcrlcs. The Paris correspondent of the London Morn (pg Star fciyrs Iho following; description of tho recent bull at the Tuileries: "The scene Is brilliant In the extreme. Ima gine t but nifbl hall JigbU-1 and crowded as it was last uig,bt bv Votnou blazing with diamonds and dressed as French wosicn alouo know how, and bv men in uniforms of- ever nation and ol eveiy hue, and yod must a'lniit that It Is a night ortti some fatigue. Remarkable among the crowd are the tall forms of the Morocco a.uba sadors, robed in the rich mellow white or their bouriiouH, ot which graceful garment the capu chon jwai worn over their heads, their poetic aspect somewhat marred, however, by very old yellow slippers and particularly slovenly drawn stockings. "Speeiullv courtco'is to these sons of the Bonlb. Is young l'nnce Ilohenzollern, over whose white uniform ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 February 1866

8 AMUSEMENTS. OmoTKit'S GximAtt UPiRA.-The tpprochin( oasoa of German Opera, which eommencoa a week from to-day, baa created quite a flutter among the fashiorabJes In the west end. During the ten nights we are to bare William Tell, ilirtille, whloh la said to be fullr equal to Fautt.Fr Dirtvoo,Lei Huguenots, Fmutt, Martha, Robert Le Viable, Hag it Flute, and Jipn Giovanni, with a distribution ol the part among liot of old favorite! aad new asplranta. II' 11a r.lvlia Naddi, a prima donna of whom fame apoaat highly, anj Jobann Armand. make taeir Brat ap pearance in this e ty. Tne company Is averyeM eicnt one, and a ltd thn fine co-ttumos and aeonio efl'ects, win no flonht draw crowded honea, thonii we are Just now obseivinir tbe seaon of Lout. Mr. firoror deserves the than of the community tor the rplonaid musical e..tortainmeits whiou be has s-lvon throughout tho country. Ticket, socurinj aoa a cau be had during the proccntweek fortiie low pnea of ten dollare t e ten performance, whi...

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