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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 February 1866

h ! 7 )' III) FBCIXjA-DEIjIPHIA., TXJESDA.Y, JpEIIltJ.AIl'Y" 27, 1866. VOL. V.-No 50. DOUBLE SHEET TI1REE CENTS. - f r r r , . r - i i I . U i i i . i i General Grant's Visit to Sew r York and Brooklyn. Tbo Lieutrmant-GericTal's Ro- ception by a New York , " Regiment. ; I THE GENERAL'S FIRST WOUND. Narrow Escape from Fatal Injury By tlie Explosion a RHlc. Kt EUU,,. r.la. Kti Etc Etc. Lifititcnant-Cenernl's Grant's olourn in the metropolis ended last even'ne. During the past wek, since the arrival of General Grant in New York, the general public have b-en in a conti nual lever, leuring that the great chief of tne armies of the United 8tates w.'i.ild not receive the honors due bis exalted rank nod never to be forgotten service". Tne citizens of the Empire , City, without distinction of party, have exhi bited their gratitivle in a mot remarkable man ner towards the calm and reticent soldier who, during the last three years, never despaired of the republic. . MOVEMKHT8 OF GENERAL GRANT ...

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. — 27 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 186G. THE NEW YORK PHESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leariln Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED JTKBT EAT FOR BYEN1NO TELKOBAPn. The Cattle riagne The PolblIity of tae Pestilence Comlnir Iloie. Fmm th Time. The murrain among cattlp in Great Britain has reached an alarming; extent. Slnoo July last, 130,000 head have been attacked, of which only 15,000 have recovered. The pecuniary loas la estimated at about $7,000,000 in our present cur rency. llwtory shows us that some of the jrreat mur-' rains of the past have carried off millions ot cat tie In some countries, leaving almost a dsola tion behind. In England now. it is said that many farms are nearly abandoned, and poverty has followed this fearful pestilence where com fort used to dwell. The poor rate are Increas ing, rents cannot be pai1, and a panic has sn.ed the whale country. Parliament ha found it necessary to di&cuag the Cattle plan...

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. — 27 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPII. PHILADELPIIIA, TUESDAY, lEBUUARY 27, 1866. OITtf INTELLIGENCE For AddttioruU City it.i. .V nee Bit Ififut I'uijk) . . i - - - - i The Philadelphia Water Depart- MINT The annual report ol Henry F. M. Itlrkin. biiio, Chief Engineer Ot tii.i iator Department, baft b.tn suomLteil. Tne report utiles that there is do subleot about which tho department Is so solid tout as that oi the eiiaraotor 01 tho water in Kairmount Dam, lrom whicu moro ,iliaa live-sixths of tbe snpply of tbe out m drawn i be rapid increao ol sources from e hick oL'jui liui.nb entailer U drained Into tbe dam to a censtunt aiixoty. flits subject, because ot it" linportuLCe, been urgod in ail nre Tion repoits. pairmoButdaro, bolowtne Columbia bridge, may be coot dered ihe a-ibsieiug ieorvoir ler tbe -works, and iiiUeed ibe i nly one the nuiite capacity ol the icK troirs connected wuh t..o -voiks be.nr so smail that tlie water has but Mile t mu for Buuslci-nce, anii as a couscQPOiice ihe wute...

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. — 27 February 1866

TIIK DAILY EVENiNO TELEGHAPH PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY ; 27, 16CC. tening Mepiilt Jt published ctery afternoon (ifundflja txoepted) at No. 108 S. lh ird street. Trice, Three OenU Per Oopy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per TTw, payable to (he Carrier, and mailed to Suiter ibers out oftheoityai Nine DoUart Per AnMtm s 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 Editions, thry must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1HG0. Political Courage. Intellectual force Is eminently desirable in the statesman, whether in a legislative or executive position. Bat there are other qualities that are even more necessary to secure public respect and confidence. An in flexible devotion to the right, and the courage to assert and maintain the honest convictions of the mlud in reference to great questions of state, are surer guatantees of gene...

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. — 27 February 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY -FEBRUARY ; 27, I860. x u 5 CITY INTELLIGENCE I For Additional Loral Ilemt $e Tliird Vje.J EXTENSIVE FIRE Iff THIRD ST. .a.V jjwWi " ", -i Four Laree Stores Burned-Over, a Million of Dollars' worth of i Property Destroyed-A Fire man Killed, and Several i Seriously Injured. Last ' nleht ' about 6 o'clock h disas trous fire occurred in Third street, above lUco. It began iu the extensive wnoltsale hardware house of George FI. Koberts & Co., Nos. 2V ami 237 N. Third street. The firemen were very promptly upou the ground, but despite ail tholr ciloris the flames extended to the premktos of Messrs. Jamt8, Kent. Santee A Co., drv-jroods jobbers, occupying Nos. 2M and 241 in the same street, tbe adoiniug premises. The latter urin bad on hand an Immense stock of eoods. Their trade amount to millions annually, aud in the dull times their stock is exceedingly extensive. ' This torm had just laid in part ot their spring f ood.-, and their ...

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. — 27 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1866. cumoTTsjspiTArns. ; BT BEMRT T. WILLIAMS, j Inscriptions la honor of the dead are probably m old as tombs tbernselves but 10 little bas the custom been practised till late centuries, that ft it dlillcult to trace the date ot their commence ment. I It has been dlsputr-d whether the ancient Jews, before the time bt Christ, inscribed epitaphs on the monuments of the dead; but it is certain that some of ver ancient dale are found amontr them. " Alter the Jews came the Greeks. The Greek epitaphs were verv simple, and consisted only of the name and a short character, as "a qood man," "a good woman." . The Athenians put only the name of the dead with the epithet (rood, or hero, and a word sig nifying tneir Rood wishes. Tue Lacedemonians allowed epitaphs to none but thoie who hud died in battle. . Ilerodotua has preserved to as those which the Amphictvoncs caused to be inscribed on the columns which they raised in honor ...

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. — 27 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, I860.- V PENIANISM KAMPANT. ftt. lharlea 111. i rraiis KHllchcol ma by sfeti Hubert 1'a.rl) Tlie) O'Jla.iiouy ! Mmfktiitii Dowk-Aa Km rtiliK Tim. Lent evening about eight o'clock, an immense crowd ot Irishman assembled In iront of the Ht. Charles Hotel, on Wood street, for the purpjse of serenading George Franola lraln, B. Doran Klllian, Father Curley, and James McDermott, representatives of the O'ilahouy faction ol the i eniau Urofherhcod.- A brass band was In at tendance, and alter teveial patriotic air bad bet,n pcnomied the lour gentlemen mentioned appeared on the balcon j and were received with loud cbeeis. Mr. Train ' thanked the audience for the eourtrsy extended, 'and inquirod what they wanted him to apeak about. (A Toice "Ireland ' and ttie Fenians.") He stated tnat he was a friend ot Ireland, and had devoted much of his time ant means to her service, and was willing to do more. He was hire tor the purpose of ...

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. — 27 February 1866

8 AMUSEMENTS. Acadbmt or Music A'ausf drew fine houso, bot we imagine that Lent has Interfere1 with the ' upper portion of the house, usually crowded, for Uie German are good Catholloa, and bo penanee conld eqnal for Geitnan the fact of ml win inch d optra ai Faust. If possible, Hermans has im proved. Ilia wonderful voloe li so admirably under control, no delicious r even in all the extent of IU reirtster, that every bar (he 'sings la an enjoyment. Ilis trill In the serenade wat most artntloaily riven, with such a wondrous voce It seemed almost an Im possible achieTemont. Himmer is, beyond donDt, one ol the finest teuors we have had, Italian or tier man. His voice is eminently sympathetic; hu falsetto notoi even are full, and vithoat the usual harshness of those perilous notes, ilia aotlng Is rei loc t the most earnest, tru.hml, and graceiulon the statro. As a lover be is tue most Impassioned. From tflp first moment he beholds "Marguerite" his love fills his whole being. Mndanio Kot...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 28 February 1866

rrn i 10 VOL. V. No. 51. JPIIILA-DELIPIIIA., WEDNESDAY, FEBKUARY 28, 18G6. DOUBLE SIIEETTIIREE CENTS. renin i j NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. In tta year 146 tb writer embaikeitbs the Drag Business In the elty or Philadelphia, and while thus en raged, made several experiments In regard totha most desirable mode of prepirlng Fluid Extract. Mr efforts bring cacceisful the artlolet being approved and ne4 by the Medical Faca ty ' wu desirous of plaelig them before the public, but hesitated Tor some time beore oon elndlng to rraort to newspaper adveilhlng, knowuiK of the prejudice a that existed In the m'nds of tr aoT against valng advertised M dieinet, but tbrugh the advice of friend and those who had used my preparations, Uili tJ eetlon was overcome. Commencing In a email way. after etehtoen years' ex ertions the yopularlty of my articles has extended to a't parts of the InlUd States, and widely throoghon Foreign countries and this In the face ot much opposu tlon. Every means has boon resorird...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 28 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 186G. THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED XTKRT DAT FOB XVXNIIfO TKLKORAPH. Tennessee Loyalty. From the Tribune. . . They had a great "Union'' State Contention at Nashville on the 22d, which was mainly attended and "ran" by those why were till recently Kobels. We note "the" names of ex-Governor Nell'S. Brown, lion. George W. Jones, Hon. Care John son, and General B. F. Cheatham, as among the speakers or totter writers; while the Unionists of "the times that tried men's sonls" had to take back scats, and were yotod down whenever they ventured to propose anything. An attempt to Indorse the sentiments of the Hon. Horace May- nard's letter was, or course, decisively taDiea. The Convention of course "indorsed the Pri dcnl" very en'hiiBlatically ; but when Mr. Mul ling ol Bedford proposed an indorsement of his anti-Kebcl utterances ot last Apr...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 28 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING. TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 18G0. CITY INTELLIGENCE For AddiXiorud City Iru'elince see E.'ghu rag?. A Fine Masosic CEEKJiomr. A few day since wo noticed ttie death of WMiam II. Adams, Efq.who lor long: time hud toen the Grand Socre. tary of the (x.and Lodgeand CiiandUbeptoroi Free ' Basons ol the Stale of l'frinsylvana. Boies maoh i.tinrni.hed tor his crmm-un m tho Order and lit devotion to in interest, n vus determined to hold in bis memory a 1 Lodge oi borrow." fhe mombon ot Washington Lodpe, and of Jerusalem Royal Arch Chapter, with Loth ol which organizations Mr. ioiini wai coni.eoted, after deliberation s looted ' yes'enlay alternoon as trio limn at which the Lodre should be be d, and tlio ceremonial was conducted conjointly by thotfflcorj 01 botu bodies. upon the oeath ot uu eminent Mason in the Old jr oild, has bet n seldom beld iu America, and is of very rare occurrence in Philadelphia. -At it tbe dir ' nitarics of the Order, lopeiner w...

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. — 28 February 1866

i I THE DAILY KYKNiNG TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, PEBRUAIIY -28, 18GC. t .fening telegraph J$ publirhfd trrry afirnccn (ftir.dayt excepted) at 2To. 108 S. Jhird street. Pr'ce, Three Cents Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per TPetffV, fayable to (lit Carrier, and mailed to SubscrHeri out ofViecityat Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents .tor Two Months, invariably In adoo"ve for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisement m all of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not laler than 10 o'clock each Mominrj. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1808. Union State ConTentlon. A Stated Convention will be held In the Hall ot tho House of Kfiprei ntatives la UarrlRburtr. Pa,, on Vkinkpjat, thb Bhvemth Dat op March, A. 1. 18(if, at 12 o'clock M., tor tho pur pobf ot DoniliiHtinif candidate for Governor, to be supported bv the trienda Of th Onion. The oideiil of war ha tried the strength of our Government It fire has purified the ration. The del...

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. — 28 February 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1866. MATTERS OYER THE RIVER. Camden Amdbkmentb. Following the "Old roHts" at Odd Fellows' Hall, came the magician NoiwKd, with gift exhibition, otTertasr every description of prir.p, from a plr to a needle. Last eveuW lb iiall was crowded, and the distribution took place at tbo close. Mr. crhart drew the nl?, aome drew ventables, meat, flowers, wood, pins, needles, button, etc., witn every description of cheap jewelry, (fen tlemen ob:aid what niifra. to have fallen to the ladle, and ladles were rendered quite mas culine in tas;e bv tickle fortune The distribu tion was very atiuMnff. provoking roars of laughter. This evening two doctors are to di cues the physical and mental qualities of the -white and black racas, each contending for the superiority: but, as they travel together, the pubi c are so nncharllable as to pronounce it a monc) -making debate. Impcdrkt Beggars. Camden Is daily latrtlcd with beecars, whose ...

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. — 28 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGKAril. PHILADELPHIA, "WEDNESDAY, FEBHUARY 28, 18G6. THE CUBUQUE WHISKY FRAUDS. IntcrtailBtj hpr f lalrraul RoHann silniwrjr. In April, 1RC5, a larce amount of liquor an. I hlch-wln-B, the products ot a dbjtlllcry at Lu buque, Iowa, rs seized tinier the Internal Revenue Act. This was one ot tbe llrntot iho whisky iraud. and created a (Treat ecQBatlon all over the country. A lull report of the Column siouer of the Internal Revenue in the cave barf lately been publiHhcd. The distillery w as run by lies th. J. A. Rhora berir & Co.. who, from the time ot Its "ppiiln in 18G4, prcKcd It tiinht and day luto alaree pro duel. The proprietors were taken aback by the chance of t nie, on which the tax of $2 por gallon ai to fro into ttlect, a dlncrcnce ol' one month against their interest and calculation. They at once commenced a desperate gaina of fraud upon the Government, whlcti was tnauato.l bo skiltully Bi to involve unsuspecting purtioi to fhare in the ultimate p...

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. — 28 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1806. LITERARY ITEMS. ; -M. de Persltrny 1 prepannjf ft new pamphlet , )n the present situation ot France. M. Thic-g is said to be en-jap-ed on a work to l)e entitled "Ilistolre de lltlspritFrancals." M. Leon Brtrand announces a new sporting journal id Paris, called Le Derby. The chiet contributors will be Ahxandie Diunaj, Jr., Nos- tor ltoqueplan, Leon (ioz)an, Amcdoe Aohard, tke Marquis de Foulra, etc. A Chinese newspaper is to be Issued in Lon don, tinder the title -ef the Ftytng Druion. Pro fessor Bummers, of King's College, 18 Its projec tor. It i- intended tor circulation in China and Japan, and is to make its appearance once a nonth. . . ... V Lonpman ft Company, of London, are about . publish "The Leaders bt tho Unsrlinh Politics," I ecrits of sketches of hvint statesman, which iglnally appeared In the 1'atl Mall Gazette, and e (unci ally attributed to tho pen of Mr. V. T. "Talgravo, . 1 Smith, Elder ft Co., ...

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. — 28 February 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHIL AD ELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1866. C 0 3V GRESS. RtNAIt;. Washington, Feb. 27, 1W. Nonttiern Iteprenentatlves. The morning hour expired, and the concurrent reso lution that no .Senator or lleprewntatlve be received In either House from any of the late rebellion Miate, until mrh Ktate Khali have been declared entitled to representation, having been called up, Mr. IH son's Npeech. Mr. P1XON (Conn.) took the floor, commencing his apeech with an allusion to the argument or Mimn. l-ettiieiiden, Trumbull and Hhermnn. Jle did not think it v. aa much lor Mr. lessetiden to nay, as be did in his I ant Kpeech, that he Ibought the President would not be nutrue to his country. That wna not much to be aaid ol a man with such a record oi iwirlotlim and U vnt on to country, but there were nlrcoiiistnnres to be taken Into consideration. When till wax culd the J'reattient was being denounced In the other House, and in the Senate Mr. Wiide h) spoken In very ae...

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

ted A TPTT-T" " 1 L u U A II Avl TT U U; n 11 LI ! 1 o V 3?IiXLA.X)I5ILll?IIIA.5 THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 18G0. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. VOL. V. No. 52. THIRD EDITION EUROPE. THE STEAMER " ASIA" AT HALIFAX. Suspension of the Habeas Corpu3 in Ireland. -; Grcnt Excitement find JYti- The Fmperor of AiisfrJ;: will Assist Maximilian w'.lli Men and Elouey. End of Diplomatic Relations Eptween the Pope and the Czar. The Latest Commercial Newe. Etd ZSto., Etc.. 5i::o., jQto. Halifax, March 1, TLe VJ& siail BteameLip Asia Ln9 arrived at this pott. The steamers Kanyaroo nad Pennsylvania ar" xiveu out on ine aura. ' , Thai steamers Utbernia and Glasgow arrived out on me ititn, aua me uaza on mo iom. The Royal assent has be?n given to the bill expending the habeas corpus in Ireland. Upwards of a hundred arrc3ts were made in Dublin on the 17tb, principal! strangers. ' Among others, Colonel John Wm. Byron, of the Federal army. More arrests were expected. It is reported that the Emperor of Austria w...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PIULADELPIIIA, THURSDAY, MARCn 1, 18GG. THE NEW YOItK PJ1ES3. Editorial Opinions of the Loadlne Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED IVEBT DAT FOB ETENINO TELEGRAPH. The Main Question -Partial or Perfect Pence. From the Tribune. In the telegraphies synopsis of tho debate In Coneress on Monday, we read as follows: t By Mr. John buerman of Ohio, in the Senate: "While he (Mr. Sherman) was anxious to tea a modo adopted by which Joval men Horn the 8outh miplit be admitted to Congress, he nevsr would con sent to tbe admission ot any man who-had taken part in the Rebellion, and he never would vote lor tlie repeal ot tho tout-oath." By Mr. Jack Rogers, of New Jersey, In the House: .... "We have a man (at the otbor end of thr avonn) who Is the embodiment of civil Ilborty. We hare a nan who believes tbat the Government was made lor the bonetit ot the white men and white women of the country, and not at all for tho benelli of negroes or nt...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, , THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 18GG. CITY INTELLIGENCE For AdtlUional City infcWjcrwre we EljhtM'ugv. Tna Fenians lie Cooncil. Lait eveatng there were two importaut iuoului of the Br 'tiier hood ol Fenian iu tins cityi due was held In toe targe hall ol the Assembly iu,ldinjrs, the olijsot of which was to raciiv and indorse the action of tbe Pittsburg Convention. Janios U bbons, lfcq., was calicd to the cliair, bad Jouu Ucnnaa wu chosea btcretary. , Mr. Olblioni, nr.on taking tie chair, sig-reated thai the audieteo had not cume to listen to spceonet, but to learn (ho dm y of t lie liuur. At oue tune it was artproach to belong to tho 1'eaian organization, but now everything bad chauod, Every nan aud woman wa bound to do tboir : ty la 'heir peculiar sphere, li thov oou d not iu t.iomselvos luto the contest, they oouid turn sh tuu tiialormli by whtoa Ireland could be made iron. At ibo conclusion ot tils remarks ho Introdtiood o the audience .Mr. A L. Mor...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 March 1866

It published every afternoon ( Sundays except) . at Ho. 108 S. Third etreet. Trice, Three Gent Per Oopy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, payable to (he Carrier, and mailed to 8ubcrUers out of the city at Nine Dollar Per Annum t One Dollar and Fifty CenU for Two Month, invariably in advance for the period ordered. , - To Insure the Insertion of Advertisement inaU of our Edition, they must be forwarded to our offlce not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. THURSDAY, MARC II 1, 1866. Union State Conventio n. A Stated Convention will be lipid in the Hall of the House of Representatives la liurrlsbunr. 1'a., on Wednesday, van Sbvbnth Dat op Mabch, A. D. 18fi(i, at 12 o'clock M., for the put pose ol noniinntincr a candidate lor Governor, to be Fupported by the triends of the Union. Tbo oideal of war ha tried tho atrenKth of our Government. Its Are has pvirlrlaa tbo ration. The defense ot the nation's life as de monstrated wno were it friends. ' The princi ples vindcated in the He...

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