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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 March 1866

... l ATtEllS OVEUTHE HIVES, Crrr FitiAJTCEa. A.t the last meeting of the City Council, the Finance Committee pre sented a statement showing the amount of taxes due nnd uncollected in each Ward, tor general purpose. Due in North Ward, $10,583-99; Mid dlelWard. $5637-12: South Ward. $'JlMl65. Ths duplicates are now in the hands of the conat li .. . .1 41.. r. 1 1 i . i j Dies, wbu iciioi iuu uu luiiuwuiK nuui coneoira. last month: J. C. Sloan, for North Ward, special tax, $16 50; on tax warrant, school, $(2'30: City nd Ward, $521 7R. J. W. Ayres, for Middle Ward, school, JSS'Sj; City and Ward, $519-24. J. W. Csmnbi ll, (or South War J, school, $52-85; City aDd Ward, $4:1585. During the list month. $1000 was paid to the fnrniliea of volunteers. Mayor Burtd was voted $200 for extra services rendered in payln? the fnmUins of our soldiers. Tdk Reward fob Incendiarism. The committee to whom was referred tho claims tor the reward ottered for tie detection and con viction of Kiohard Farrow,...

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. — 1 March 1866

I I f THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MARCH I'ISOO. -lilTKltATUliE. , - t . " i " fir 1 ' ' ' --It may te Interesting -tot thos who like to' , Ibow m$ of tli ild sceno$ in liber$rv life, to give them We tf the timber of copies of tbe Most popular works which are ioli by tke publishers. We will quote the ilagle instance of the publication or Sheldon CO.; New York. Their list includes the works of "Marlon liar land" (Mrs. Terknne), one of the best, and per haps the most popular female author which this 'country has yet produced. Her "Alone" was originally published by , Richmond publisher, who made a pood thing of it; it then passed into thebandspf Derby A Jackson, of New York, wbo publishedjlilso, some of her subsequent works (paying her In one tlx m6nths' time about $1700 cofyr'ght), and 'finally the plates were purchased by Sheldon & Co., who hdve cince published her "Miriam," "Hunks," and "Hub tands and Homes." "Alone," it Is believed, has suld to over 60,...

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. — 1 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MAROn 1, 18G6. i IKE GIANTS OF THE LAST GENERATION. Personal Reminiscence! ,ot Thomas Ewlny. The followine; personal sketches of Webster, Clay, and Taylor, the Whig leaders and lunilna ies of twenty and thirty years ago, are rendered ot peculiar Interest by the faot that their author U the venerable Thorns Ewing.tbe Nestor of Ohio statesmen, who occupied a scat la the Senate with Webster and Clay, became a member of resident Taylor's Cabinet, and was for many yari the political assooiate and intimate per sonal friend of all these distinguished leaders. Xbe manuscripts were forwarded by Mr. Ewing i us contributions to the Sanitary Pair held In Cleveland In the spring of 1864, but were mislaid J at that time, and have never, until now, been I published: ; ; - Dnnlel Webster. 1 Mr. Webster's speech in reply to Hayne ex hibits the mental photoRraph df the man most perlcrtly. It was delivered lust before I knew him, but after 1 became ...

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. — 1 March 1866

I M.U' 8 otjb hot yore better, ' ld, Rtoeks, mm Mrkl Th Hew Sstaltary Cmmllon Grant Col Sl Th Jllftpad lasuraaa) CompMT M lar Itoaasj, KM. SpttUd Oormpendence of TH Evening Telegraph. Kkw Iokk, March 1. Geld opani qulst to-day at 137 Exenanfa, 108 Money easy at 78. Government Stocks ia good dcmaad and steady at former rates. Ttaera U wmi littla activity m railway "bares. Freight annate menta ll;ht, with (Q vjo!s f aU kinds ia port. Thsre U a bittor Inquiry ior U feadiajt articles of breadgiufls. Supnr, tallow, ooco. and bason ar in request. Fork, beef, pctrolouir, ot'i, hidri, cotton, and wool ar fiee.y ou'.ieU at lower rates, with small domain). on tlio occasion of tho retirement from offloe of Hr. William AlcUvrar, Treasurer of tlio Metro politan 1'oIkh) bmnl tre lurtv two captains of the Metropolitan f oiiw District assembled at headquar ters., jostoruov, and bud'.) that f.nteinan tormal adieu &ubequiintiy, at a nice iug. ot wnlch Super intendent iieuueay vat 4tkairniau, nd I...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 March 1866

r .3 0"IRj.PMo A 4 VOL. V. No. 53. PIirLA-DELlHIA., FRIDAY, MARCH 2, ,18GG. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. i- P7H i THE PERSIANS REIGN OF TERROR IN IRELAND. SUSPENSION OP THE WRIT OP HABEAS CORPUS. EFFECT OF THE NEWS HERE .Excitement Among tlio Urotlierlool. O'HAHONTS CALL "TO AMIS." X2tO. Etc. Eitc. '-to. 22tO. THE NEVS FROM ENGLAND. IHI faUBI'ES BION OF THE HABEAS CORPUS ACT. In the House of Commons on the lGih of Feb ruary, Sir George Grey gave notice that on the following day (Saturday), the House having agreed to specially meet on that day, he would atk for leave to bring iu a bill to suspend (or a limited time tbe habeas corpus act in Ireland. Loud and general cheerj followed thit an- nnnnri input. In the House of Lords on the same day Earl Russell aunovneed the propose! suspension ot the habeas orpus act in Ireland, aud asked the House lo fit ou Saturday, the 17th ultimo, that no time might bo lost in paseiug the measure. fcarl Deiby said it would ho for the Govern rnent to luetil...

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. — 2 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAm. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 18GG. . THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leadln Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED SVkBY, DAT POB EVBNIMO TKI.EOBAPH. Civil Rights. Fr&m the Tribune. ... Whatever ele may fail, we trust that -Mr. Trumbull's bill exteudln-r lofral protection to the cMl rights of blacks, which has already passed the Senate, will soon pass the House also. T,hat It Is urgently seeded tie action of Southern legislatures abundantly prova. Say. il you can. that all the direct and positive testimony of Whlto outrages on tho freeimen is false and there is more of it that can be cited is support of any fact In history yet the single fact that to single Southern legislature has yet recog nized the right of blacks to the civil rights accorded te every white alien suffices to prove the need of such legislation by Congress as Mr. Trumbull's bill provides. We believe no single Southern State has yet enabled blac...

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. — 2 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 186G. CITY INTELLIGENCE For A dditiorwl City McllVjcnce sceEljh'k 1 ag?. Proceedings in Cotjncilh. Tho stated meeting ol Council, v as held yesterday a'tevnnon. titled (omicU.- Communications lrom citizen, urging iho necessity 01 improving Broad street, were jrwi'B.ed '1 lie rcsolti'ions from tho Boaid of Health In rela tion to the flrects woie recoivot'. Mr. Sperm characterized tho resolutions aft ills rtfpecliu' in tonus, lie Itunrd had canned theso re-oiutions to be published bo. ore presenting them to Counciit 1 he motion to return to tl.c. Board ol Health was sure d to. Ihe loilowinir ordina; co frm Common Council was then taken up: t-ectiou 1. Ihe c-e.'cct pptl Common Council of l'hl ade plna no ordain, tLu.t lor the purpose ol' cransin tho ttro-U. ;ui.c, a;..) alleys ot tho city, it shall be divitlou into two oiMncts, viz.: Ail south of Market street mclu iiti;r JM.rkot street aud West l'hi.atie plna, io be tul eil t...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 March 1866

Is published every afemoon (Sunday excepted) at No. 108 5. Ihird street, Fried, Three Cent' J'er Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per Woek, payable to (he Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of the oily at Nine Dollars Per Annum ; On 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, they must be forwarded to our oftce not later than 10 oi'clock each Morning. FIUDAY. MARCH 2, 1800. . Union State CoMTenllftjv A Stated Convention will be li??Fln the Hall of the House of Uflpres-ntativcs ia HurrUbura. Pa., n Webnbsdat, thh Sbvbkth Dat of Makch, A. D. lBGti, at 12 o'clock XI., lor the pur pose ot nominating a candidate Tor Governor, to be pupported by the friends of th Union. The oi deal of war has tried the strength of our Government. Its Are has pnritiad the nation. The defense ot the nation's life bas de )0U6tratcd who were ita friends. The princi ples vindicated in the fleM m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 18GG. 5- AMUaFCMRNTS. AoADUTT O Mpbio Martha wm given last, eretiinftto very lino house Habolman's "Lionel" Is one of hi finest parta find of carte hls"Rtuin Adair" svs perleotion. W e litre seen all the artists ltheror they "g, and all ave attained the p tinlntion 01 the po-iilc with (he exce tinn of MadMe jmubta, who appeared tor the first lime here as "lancv " Shepiavedwt hmuehfp rltaud sane; veil, tit (tie music, is too low lor her. Thli evening Rtbtrl, ilie great and glorious Unhurt, wili be given. Hmmer is pertectmn In this p roe t wart. Tins Is on o! the gens ol the ituou, and will drsw a grasd hmse. Watktjt Ktrbf.t Thkatrk 7hs Mcm'irr from Sikr ha-, on the whole, been a suooetg It is to bo f g rotted that a character o woll ooucuved at that of Iwmosthonct torrent," should na have benn in a dar ol even a vet size meit. a olav that so evidently tows want ol experience In construction, want ot pint in the Cia ogee, and...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 18GG. PROM CHINA AND JAPAN. No Nvaof lh Ilritish F.voy to Peklts Rnniorfd tt vrrirn to h Imperial TroM Ihe EiikIImIi Trent WHU tbe tnpiiur 1 1 KrnllAllUa Probble. JVom A fjeeranrt Trade Jlepurt, December 81. There In not a word of new obtainable from rek in, where bir U. Aicock must have arrived at the early pun of this month. The nature of his Excellency reception by the Court of Pekii may in some degree InJicaie forthcouriiir, events, and thcrciore the advices commum catinij his arrival are looked lorward to with Bomo deyreo ol curiosity. It cecum to be pretty well unJerood that anti-toregn councils nre tno order of the 1ay ai I'ekin. There is no ooubt citner that Prince Kunn was (icgralod nccuuso ot his stiopoacd pro loruign Bpirationu, or thut hi, rtwlovmlou to poer is to be ascribed to the discovery tliat this supposition whs a enive err ir. Hince the lute evacuntiou of the Tuku lorf, maeh hoar and Outlnr have been exp...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 18GG. s v A Poem iy O. VF. Holmes. The subjoined poem by Oliver W. Holmes was sent by huu to toe Harvard Club In New York, to be read at thetr "Reception" held on Friday evening at Dclinoulco's: She to whose faithful breast each child I dear Bran the far murmur ol youi voioes meeting, An, sweetest music to Iior loving ear I And sends a moher's groetiug. When first enroled her radiant form she drosaed, Iruin nan the pear that on her foronoau glistened; Freedom tier message to the yn-gin vet, And the wool wor d listened. Wliat e' r she gave yon learning, icienco art Stu d irom the mystfo tie whose leave are letters, One gilt excelled irum all, a manly heart rtvd Irom an eartoly tetters. Cnard well the pearl ot Harvard, all too white or tlio ooarae hands to clulon mat Day and barter, Conquer w ibFieeooui in bor Hie long tlut, Or Ian her Lou e martr. MISCELLANEOUS JOTTINGS. A butcher was frozen to death on Thursday, while balin...

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. — 2 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 18G6. OIT Y' I N TELL I OE NCE For Additional Looal Items set Third Faye. Tub iCirr Treasury. Toe tallow-Ins statement exhibit the receipt? nd expenditures f the Citv Treasurer trom the 1st oi .February te tUe 10th inclusive: BEOBIPTS. Claims), e'o. ........ JPiims and Penaitias ...I. 907-TO 6!) 1 028-85 4 61816 . .Pl.ltfi87 20.0S0 8J 1.4'X)0i) 10 8 A) 25 2V1U 02 ."1,019 HOI 62 . 911.852 91 2 206 00 jwara oi neaun i ... . Permits Tmm ol w6. j Water Bouts I'oanty Prison,. Market Kent..,. fclMVlff'S cost.B Tots'....... Clrard TmHt. .. W ills Hospital. Tota' 13,6o891 PAYMENTS. Tbe total expenditures within the above d ites were $fi2K,7IR'62, of which the folio tt lag are the .... $2 432-76 .... 7.100 00 ....106,43:160 .... 6 0:17 43 .... 11.14014 .... fi 335 24 .... 87d22 .... 8.813-83 .... 1283666 .... 1483121 .... (081)81 6,4)-24 .... 6 403 20 .... 9 635 13 .... 12.107-84 .... 18 4M120 . ... 67,103 0? .... 82.78,)-o-t .... 10...

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. — 3 March 1866

TMIMM A FIFO" LL JJ a3JdLJiJA -IL U.J.I liil JTL4 V VOL. V.--N j. 51. 3?IIIX,A.DELPI-II, SATURDAY, MAECH 3, 1866. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CEN J .' , . . , - - r. . koticz to t::e public. In lli year 1S48. tho writer eial.a keit In the Drag "Bireinf si In the city of Philadelphia. and whne thns n jrstrrd, maile wvsral exper'mea! In regard to the moit l(B!rnblo modo of prcptrlpg Fluid Extracts. My efforts tieing snccenful the article being approved andnaetl tiy tlie Medltnl Facu ty T was (Vslrom of placing them tr fure the public, but hesitated for emo time bofore con cluding to resort 1o ntwpaper aOvotililng, knowing of tho prejudice! that exMcd In the mints of uany airalmit using aGvertised il diciiet. but thr'ugh the advice of friend end thoe who had used my preparations, this abjection waa overcome. ' . Commencing In a small way. after lt,Mecn y.ars' ex ertions the yopulnrrty ol ny articles lias extended to all parts of the I niUd Mates, and widely throughou Foreign countries and this ...

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 March 1866

THE BAIL Y EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA , SATURDAY,, MARCH 3, 1SGG. LITERATURE,. . Tni Complete Works op Alexis db Tocqub- VII, LB. Although there has as yet appeared no Eng lish edition of the works of which we would speak , nor yet U there aay translation, except one in prospect, we feel warranted in referring to the fact that the last volume has made Its ap poarunce in Parte and has reached Onr shores. It is in nine volumes, and U of deep interest to the student of 'political econorty. It gives as a view of De Tocqatvllle both as a young man and as a sage. Ills "Democracy In Ausrlca" has secured for hlw a personal interest in the hearts of many, and in the intellects of all think ing citizens of our republic; and the faot that we will shortly be iavored with a translation or his lite, works, letters, .and speeches, Is a most agreeable one, . The present Volume treats of his Bpcccbc-9. Fiom it we will make a few run ning quotations. . It was full six years before the revolution...

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 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 18GG. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City lnirttiyrict BceEijhtlt Fajr. Alleged Cu Annie of Larceity. Before Alderman Woitler, yesterday afternoon. Richard J)Tii had a bearing- upon an alleged charge of the larceny ol lour hundred tloiiar irom Mr. UenjarniB tomot The evulonco, as elicited before the magis trate, was tn suostanco as follows: Air. Camot testified that on last Monday mornlni be Iclt bis heme with a lilt e over four huudrod dollars la us pocket. On reaching the establlsu ment ot Mr. Buynes, Ka. 78 Cherry atroet, whore be was employed he changed ids ( antuloons and bung them ti i t with tho money In one ot the pockets. 1 be accused worked on tho i ext bench ti him, and during the day be only ioit Ilia room three timeJ. Davis was Iclt m ibo room eich time during Sir. Camot's absence. About ilirre o'clock in the alter noun, under pretense of bom i sick, tho prisoner left lor his homo. About six o'clock the los...

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 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 0, 180(3. It published etery afternoon (Sundays excepted) at Fo. 108 S. Jhird tired. Price, Three Cent' Eer Copy (Double Slieet), or Eighteen Cents Ter Week, payable to Hie Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of the city at Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two ifbnlhs, invariably in adoawe for the period ordered. . To hmire the Insertion of Advertisements in aU of our Editions, tlmj must be forwarded to oar oifice not later Oian 10 o'clock each Morning. SATURDAY. MARCH 3, 1866. Union State Convention. A Ptnted Convention will be held 1n the Hall of ihe Houne of Kuprtisi'nutives la Uarrlsbunr. l'a., on Wednesday, thb Kbvf.nth Dat or 31 Alien, A. U. lfeCC, oi 12 o'clock ll.-, for the put pone ot noininatinff a rnmli'la'o for (iovernor, to bo pupporW by tin trieii'la of th Union.. The oidcul of war ha tried the slrenarth of our Government Its tire lias purified tho railoD. The doiL-me ol the nation's l...

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 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH: PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 18CC. 5 THE WOULD OF FASHION. BfM for prl JHKt Thfejga About IH. naii, Boaat Tie Trnl opBlr f th Ndtnte, Ktc. The fashion-makers are not lets prompt tbnu the seasons. The first day of spring brought the flnt opening ot styles for the ow year; aud it wa ot cuarra an event ot Treat Interest among the ladios, who wore invited to wl'nesa the dlplay. It was no:, poibnt s, thonrht so important an ocoiM m in ceita n circlra a' the 7tu Koirimrnt bMl, or the Le.de kranz, or the Grant rocniit ou, aurl will not be remoraLcrod so Ion j but nobody can over-etiniat the .tcnt ot the commotion that may ie produced by the new eulen when thov aro once osiabli-ibtd Ihe Lew dettrns wre exhttiiiorl bv Madame Di moies. in Lioadwav i and her rooms were oiowdtil during the day. Ihe ar ti po mild, and tiie weattcr In all rejects no peasant, tliot tho 'adies came in nnrxmnt' 1' ln"p fnm eA, and to1' ware evident y pieussd w.th what they saw.- The ...

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 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGKAril, PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, 18GG. G NUMBER LtII. A DIET FOR MENTAL y FPKrTICH, ANR A CUBE M1 IIY-POOIIONIIRIA, BT-POCIUSY, OR ANY COHTLAINT OF A UY ORDER. ' 11Y OUJt 8K1UL.8 IWTOll. AL.Jl.il AC AM I niART. abort mktek-illooioai. observations vor tor WEAK Fbraarjr. rIon1.T, 2 Inferior Artificial Wooden Legs enifage tho attention of ilif Lower Houso of Congress. Jack KoueiB, Congressman troin New Jersey, make a speech, when attention Is directed to the interior woodeu Heads lutaly In troduced on the Hour. TucMlny, !7. Gcinual Grant, with a 100,000, In ves a aronnrt .New York City. The 100,000 being dollar and not men, it n supposed thoy will nay where iboy are put. Wtrinettrtny, 2S. The arrival of the "good time coming." Secretary .Spinner receives $70 comcieuco luouey. President Johnsou re ceivrs a few ceiepations and explains his policy. Mnrth. Thnrnrta.v, 1 City Coniicils-Btlly Kar'ow Mas tiatcs the difficulty ot cleaning ilio sireom. it win piopo...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING ' TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 3, I860." i I CANPTOT TELL. BT rniKBi CART. Onco, belns: charmed bj thy Brail. And lisleutusr to in? prunes, surh As women, bearing all ths while, "' 1 think could never hear too much. I hnd pleafilTiR fantasy Ot souli that meet, and mating blend, And hearing that game dream Iroiu thee, I raid 1 loved thee, O, my friend I That was the flood-tide of my youth, And now its calm waves backward (low; I cantot tell If H were truth, Ir what I feel be love or no. Jly duys and nights pa pleasantly, Serenely on my seasons glide, And though I think and dream or thee, I dream of many things beside Jl"ft eagerly thy praise Is sought, Tib sweet to meet, and Bad to part; But all my best and deeoost thought Is bidden from thee iu my heart. And Btill the while a charm, or spell, Halt-holds, and will not let me go; Ti strange, and yet I cannot toll If woat I feel be love, or no I HISTORY OF REMARKABLE PLAYS. by Button cook. TWELFTH NIGliT. A...

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 March 1866

8 CI FY INTELLIGENCE For Additional Loral l'.ents tee Third rage. Rklioious Items. A meeting of the Jiicodspf tba 8abi.ab. wi.l ba held tomorrow evening, at the b'frtt Presbvteilan Church, Kan finctoB, G'rtrd avenue, above Palraor street. Adaresses by Kev. W. T. Eva, Wilson Jewell, II. 1., Thomas Potter, E-kj.. and others. Fi, :xnth .Pre$ly!3rian vhurcn, Fi i?eni ani Lcm'jard Clra'.s -AnUversaiy exercises of tb. Sabbath fcehcol will be held at 3 o'clock to mor row auernoon, when addresses nl be delivered . lay Iirv. Dr. rewards, ol the Went Arch Street l'iebrteipu Church, Kev, ThomM McCaulov, Assistant Secretary 01 the Pouni ol Education, Clovernor Pollock, ard tD Pastor. Ti.e Jo-hrrl O.-pkxn i(ji;w;0d This Into rcai'a and noble ttlbu Inevem-s in pub'le lavor ai it brcoiriei more widely tnon. The Sabbath schools ate inul"piv?'.ijr tfieir.cont'ibuttoos, nud the public Rcnera"v are reondir t to the ap peal nt the. .Association in behalf of t're destitute children o.'our mr-tye 1 beroe...

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