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

. J rpn-rn H 3?IIHL,A.DELII-IIA.9 MONDAY, MARCH 5, 18G6. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. VOL. V. No. 55. THE FENIANS Monster Meeting at flew York. Archbishop McClo?key De nounces the Order. New Toxk, March 6. Tho monster mass wet ing at Jones' Wood yesterday, was a great suc cess. Quiet ai.d order prevailed and enthusiasm marked the whole proceedings. Thero were not less th&n 100,000 people on the gTOtindfl. Tlie Catherine was unanimous In favor of meeting England's system 'of repressive measwres by a hostile demonstration, and a lare Bina of money was Contributed as the fiucwj of war for that purpose. AjrchbishopUcCloikcy, in aa exhortation pre liminary to his regular discourse in 8t. Patrick's Cathedral yeetcrdav, denounced Penlanlsm, and called upon 11 Catholic to withdraw from it. II was particularly severe on the Jones' Wood demonstration. The circular of the Archbishoa in opposition to the Fenian movement wan mid to the con gregation! f all the Cutholij churches by the pastors, ...

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 March 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MARCH 5, 18GG. THE NEW YORK PEESS. Editorial Opinion of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. C OUT USD IT HIT DAT FOB ETXMKO TBLKQRAPH Don't Do It! From the Tribune. When one who declared that Lincoln's elec tion' provoked and Justified aoce&slon and dla union asks you to sign a political call, don't icitl When any one who wanted to coax traitors to desist from firing on the Hair, seizing the- for tresocs, and robbing ths arsenals of your coun try, by kicking the New England States out of the Colon, and agreeing that the slaveholders might take their human chattels Into every State and plant their "institution" In every Territory of the Union, asks you to unite with him in a political movement, don't do itl When one who declared the war for the Unloa wnlust, and proclaimed on the streets that ths Reb la were flfrhting for th defense of their rights and their homes, asks vou to unite with him In ah a...

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 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MARCH 5, 1866.. Cl'JfY INTELLIGENCE . I For Additional Lily Intelligence BeeE!Ju,i Enthusiastic Meeting of Fenians. On taireiay even t); a larve meeting of the differ, entotroles of the Ionian Brotherhood in thi city was beld at Fenian hall, iwelith aid Cbeanaft sinets. Mr. Ani'rew Wynne, tlie District Centre of 1 liiladel) lna, rxiiiaiued that tii object ol the meet ing was to deviae tlie proper measures t aid the straggle in Ireland, which hud been hastened by the susi emion ot tlio writ of kaUa corput. lie believed the crisis had now armed, abd that byjiromptea eistaiice James Mepbens womd be able i hold Itia position in ire. and lone cnoa.-h to obtain a recog nition of belliaeient rights, and be had perfect faUti in the friendship 01 Americans, 11 the Irish poouW were only true to thcme.ve. l-io bad rocelvea mont p ratifying evidences during ibe dav that the iritliinca ot Philadelphia would Le tiueatihiab ur. when all Depended o...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 March 1866

Tg pvbliihcd irtry afcnwon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 5. Ihird street. Price, Three Cents Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per Weelt, ray able to die Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of (lie city at Nine Dollart Per Annum ; Orw Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably m adta-ce for the period ordered. 7o insure the Insertion of Advertisements in aH of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morninif. MONDAY. MARCH 5, 18G6. Union State ConYenllon. A Stated Convention will bo hold In Che Hall of the House of Kopres'-ntativeB In HarrlsouM. Pa., on Wednesday, tub 8Hvnira Day of Mahch, A. 1). 180ii, at 12 o'clock M.f for vho pur pose ol noiiilnntinsr a candidate tor Governor, to be supported bv itao trionda of the Unim. The oideal of war hM tried the strength of our Government Its Are has purified the ration. The delunso ol the nation's life tas de monstrated wno were it friends. The princi ples vind cated in the flell...

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

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MAUOil 5, 18GG. AMUSKJ1KNTS. Vvw Churhut Street Ihbatrr. The Ice Witch t)M been taken oil the bills, the expenso of each debt's periormanon bains' 100 (Treat tor a lone run. She Thrte iiuardnmen a favoiite dramatization of l)unta' rmmmtal novel mil be revived. Mr. Hor daunt and Mr. Clarke playliw the two prlno pal parts. Altogether the coat is a strong one. The puce i very showy lull of utirnnx incident and well pat on the stage It ll bo fol o iwd by a play of an at morlt. enti'lod Vharle Xll wbioti has a pi-eat Enropean rrpntati in, and is a drama both in censi ruction and dialogue, far a ore the drama of i be present day. Wat.rut Strbkt Tbiatrb One of the Snort creations of larke di n'avlnt; pd ns. not talent, will be jrlven iofcerf JBrierl. of which he was the original representative in tins o'tv. The piece -rill be pot on the stage with the grea est care, and well cast. - As.cn Strkrt rnEATRE. Sim, whose fokoi are sever stale, an...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 March 1866

c THE MILT EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MARCH 5, 18GG. EUROPK. Amntlac Neenw In tb Krenfh Chiatnbera 1 ha PitrW Pri-M on ttenleisa Uaeaj. tloR NtKUincHnt JurlUeot at the French Court, Klfl. Paris, February 13. Onco a vear, about the time that the carnival season is Comtnjr to a clone, and the banf qras U poinp his rounds, an eccentric old gentleman, a memberof the Frenca Benaie, gets up a little carnival ofhia, o vn, and, like 1 lie clown in the circus comes tumbling Into the national ring with 'Here I am a?ain." tnt THBErBEfSIBLK BOIflSY. The gentleman In question is the Marquis ri Iloisiv. the husband ol Boron's curly love, the Countess (iuircioli. II is a queer bundle of con tradictions. He pro!en9 to be a friend ol'peice, and yet would sucriUce cvur.ttbiiur to a war with Eneinnd; a lover or liberty nud a s;roiijr sup porter of the Pope's temporal power nul tin jUourbons ot &aplc. Wis great hobby Is liatre 1 ot Enqlund. Knlund ts his bete voir, and he seem a to ho...

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 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MARCH 5, 18G6. MISCELLANEOUS JOTTINGS. Forty-Are men were discharged from the machinist department of the Gosport Navy lard, last Friday. The reported death of the Rot. Alexander Campbt'll U untrue. lie Is no residing at Bethany, Va. ' - , An engineer was" recntly arrested and sent to Augusta tor living; the Rebel Hug on his engine on ih Georgia Railroad. Fiom San Francisco, news la reived ol the death ot Hon. Fletcher 11. Haight, late Judge of the Un'ted States District Court. lie formerly resided in Rochester, N. 5f. Mrs. Catharine Fay, an old lady residing in Rochester, was burned to death on the 23d ul timo. She laid down on a lounge to sleep with matches in her pocket, and in moving about thoy ignited. The Acndemy of Sciences it Paris bai just warded Its Monthoyon prize tor statistics to M. Cbenu, the well-known army surgeon, lor his work on tho losses of the allied armies In the Crimea. , The Russian Government has given a war...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 5 March 1866

8 LATEST FOREIGN NEWS. EUROPE-ASIA-AFKIOA X'opo liu IX Very 111. ZD to., 2to. JEQto.. Etc, Etc. AFRICA. ft lit v Trnde In tb Tntamvaml Rinblie . IUHN(rii Drought r.tteel tif the t'lullMu IHoctart lonlle lsbor, Ete. . Hiutcr's Telegram ( Frhrumry 141 London Press. The Union Companj'8 mal steamer Roman airlved al Plymouth yesterday, from the Cape of Good Llope on tb lftth, 8t. Helena on the 23d, and Ascension on tho '27th of January. At the Cape ol Good Hope the distress atnnntr the working rlssfcs Irom want of employment, as well as the distress among a larjje section of iarmers, caused by the lailure of the crops, and by fatalities among the stock, through drought, continued almost undiminished, nor did Inere appear to be any hone of an immediate improve ment tor tit her of tbe guttering; cUsies. Within a circle of fifty or sixty miles from Cape Town abundant rains had liillen, but all districts be yond that bad suH'ercd irom the m ere or less Bevrrit v. drought with Attention has a...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 March 1866

TEL A O VOL. V.No. 56. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MAEOH .6, 18G6. DOUBLE SIIEETTI1REE CENTS. THE WEST INDIES. Riot Among the Military in Jamaica-Distinguished Britishers En Route for the United States Salnave, the Hay tien Rebel, Held at St. Domingo The Cholera Abating at Cuada loupe, Eto. Etc. Tn' steamship Oruaader, Captain Butcher, from Belize, British Hondunts, February 11, Kingston, Jamaica, February 21, Portau Piinco, February 23, Bnd Turk's Island, February 25, arrived at New York yesterday. Accounts from Gundaloupe state that the ravages of the cbolcra in tbat bland had notably diminished. At Bave Teire, where one-1'ourth of the population had already been swept away by the teriible pett, the nuiiiucT ef cases was daily glowing less. JAMAICA. y Enrmoai Con of Rwbel Trial. From the Jamaica Morning Journal, February 12. We have been Informed that th?re are between forty and nitv uiinoners at Portland to bo ' tirnupht down to thta ritv for t -ial before the special commission. Thci...

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

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MARCH G, 18CG. THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leadlnsc Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED 1VKBT DAT FOB BVEN1N0 TBLKOBAPH. The riesldcnt and the Union Party. . From the Tribune. .. . The New York Times, discussing the lalo speech of Senator Sherman, say: "Th most ilnkinr points of Mr. Sherman's able apeouli, anil wliioli we desire to imurens uuon our radical friends, were as to vthnt we are to yai br an open ruiture with the I'resldoat la the ri eat carina ail line at heart If it be too protection ot tbe negro in all his legal nghu, the aoeurins; him bis wanes and freedom to labor when he wi'l, his personal satetv bis education and moral Instruction, and hi power to own land and aequmulata proporty, it is obvlona tbut we nt all thee pncolOHg trims of vie. torv by drivlnt the President over to the Demo cracy ot the North ana tbe Soulh. . "V til the right-minded an humane men through out the...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, .TUESDAY, MARCH 6, I860. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City lntdiiyrnce eee El lUii Pue, Bolpikrb' Families City Pastor's Report. To Contributors in Aid of Soldiers' Familic: In lormally reHiiqiii8htrig my labors and appeals on behalf ol Soldiers' Families, I owe it to mysell and to those who have no liberally aided mo in tbo work, to make a lew brief statement of tacts, etc., in the form of a report. i 'lime City Tastor became engaged In such a work ?" Is a most natural inquiry. . "How ?" It met him on the street In ra9. It looked at him pleadingly trom palo, tannery laces. He walked with it through the narrow street and alleys, and up the rickety stairs, and eat down with it in the lonely garret. There he saw tho soldier's-widow, wife, orphan, hunpiy, cold, naked, and he wrote what he saw . ail he saw nnd sent it to Tub EvBMwa Tii.ECBirn and trie Fret, and their readers rent mid throueh Lnn to those needy rases. Thi wna in 1(504, since...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 March 1866

7$ published nary afternoon (Sundays ticked) at No. 108 5. Third street. Price, Three Oenl Per Copy (Double Meet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of the city at Nine Dollars Ter Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements inatl of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our Office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. TUESDAY, MARCH C, 1808. Union State Convention. A Stated Convention will bo hold in the Hall of the House of Keprest ntatives In Uarrlsburtr. Ta., on Wednesday, tbb 8bventh Dat op Mabch, A. D. 1860, at 11 o'clock M., for the pur pose of no minuting a candidate for Governor, to be supported by tho Irionds of the Union. The ordeal of war has tried tho strength of our Government. IU fire has pnrlfled the nation. The defense of the nation's life las de monstrated who were ib friends. The princi ples vindicated in the field must ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 March 1866

THE DAILY: EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, rMAROfl ' G, 18GG. THE STATE CANVASS Meeting of the Democratic State Convention at Harrisburg-Hles-ter Clymer, of Berks County, Nominated for Covernor on the Fourth Ballot. HiRBisnuBO, March 6. The delegates elected to the Democratic State Convention aisomb'od In tho Hall ol the House of heprosentatives at 3 o'clock thli afternoon, and wore culled to order by lion W. A. Wallace, Chairman ot the Bute Central ComniitttP. lion. John Latta, of Westmoreland county, was appointed temporary chairman, and F. M. Hutchinson (Allcchcny), George D. Kulp (Luzerne), 0. M. (Jarrigan (Philadelphia), George W. B. Smith (Cambria), I'. O. Meet (Centre, aud 8. 13. Anchmuti (Dnuphlu), temporary secre taries ol the convention. Mr. Latta, on taking tho Chair, thanked tho Convention for the honor conferred upon him. The list of delegates having buea called and corrections made, a committee, oiuil In num ber to the senatorial representation, was appointed...

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. — 6 March 1866

V THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY,.' MARCH 0, 18GG. BT "COOD-FOn-WOTHISa." BY EMILY BtJNTINOTOM MILLEB. ' "What are you (rood for, my brave little man f Answer that question lor me If yoa can You, with your angers as white as a nun, You, with your ringlets as bright as the sun. All the day long with your busy contriving, Into all njischiif and tun you are driving; i Bee if your wine little nodule can toll Wnat you are good for now pondor It welL" ' Over the carpet, the dear little fret Came with a patter to climb on my seat; Two merrv eves, lull of frolic and glee, Under their lashes looked up unto me; Two little hands, pressing soit on my face, Drew me down clone, in a loving embrace; Two rosy lips gave the answer so true "Good to love you, mumma; good to love yiu." . LITERATURE. Thb Coqukttb. A novel founded on facts, by a Jady of Massachusetts. T. li. Peterson & Bros. The work before us can be appropriately termed peculiar. It has a flavor of antiquity, a q...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 March 1866

1 THE DAILY, EyjJNINGr. , TELEGRn. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY .MARCH .G, 18GC. . MISCELLANEOUS JOTTINGS. The Minister of Marine at the nairuo. M. Huvsscti van Kattendvke, died on the Gth ult. Four Protestant churches' will be built In Houston, Texas, this jear. $40(0 In jrold is the salary of the North Carolina Governor. The London Assurance Company has con tributed the sum of 1000 to the fuud raised in the eily for middle class education. A committee to inquire into the state ot the canals and rivers ot France has been appointed by the Finance Minister. Nine thousand families in Paris changed tbelr residences on the last "quartor day," the 16th ot January. In- the month of February $1,653,253 00 In , pold were received lor duties at the Boston Cub torn House. . . . The Postmaster at Lo?ansport, Indiana, taai been removed, and Mrs. Colonel lirown, widow of an officer who fell at the second battle of Bull Bun, appointed in his stead. The opposition Journals In Paris have de cided not to p...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 March 1866

8 CIIILIAN AFFAIRS. XBKlaad forbids) th Botabardmeat f vatiparaiao rrtatae Atwh to Media in iu Hpanlsb.Anaerlea.il War. JVom (A Valnaraita f atria, dsl Vannr. Jniwani 17 The attitude of England la very energetic nod favorable to Chili. The English Government li.i ............ I IL 1 . - 1 1 P , iuuuuuvxu mat it win noi recognise a paper blockade, and has tent order to lt diplomatic and .military olliccrt to prevent tho bombarl nient of Valparaiso, or any other barbarous act 4Kn v.n. ...... J . . , uiaj t.uMi uaiiiago io jungnsn cvaumerco. An Amrrlnon l1inAinalIi B..nl livlmvin inla lately wrote the following to a person in Buenos Thn flnanlart flnvArntvioTit aolrel rifAa TJ ! f n I ip " UVTV1IIIIIVUI . . V Ul lifllll to mediate in the Chilian question. The latter uuvcuiuicot was wining no bo, ana sent in structions to that eflect te its ambassador at Madrlit; but. when he was poin$ to put hlnnelf iu cuuiuiumcttvioa wuu mo r rencn AmQMfaaor, the latter received a despatch. In which N...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 March 1866

H O T VOL. V,No. 57 PIIILA.DELlI-IIA., WEDISTJESDA.!?", MAEOH 7, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. In the ;Mt 1S4 the writtif emb.eI In the Drug tlMlness In the city of Philadelphia, and while thai ca f aged, made several experiments In regard to ttie moat desirable srrode or preparing Fluid Eatreota. My efforts being tKTesfnl the ertleUs being approved andnsed by the Medical Facu'ty T was desirous of placing them before tie public, but hesitated for somo time before con eludtng to resort to newspaper adveitlslng, knowing of the prejudices that exltted In the minds of men against pslng advertised it dieintt, bat through the advice of frtoods and those who had usod my preparation, this objection was overcome Commencing In a email way. after fihnen ye are' ex ertion! the popularity of my articles baa extended to al parte of Die VnlUd States, and widely throaghoa Foreign eoiralrlts and this In the face ol much opposU lion. Zvery mean! has been resorted to by unprinc...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAFII. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 18GG. THE .NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial 'Opinions of the Leading; Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. tOMrlLID IVfcBY DAT TOR VKMHO TStMCCJIlAPU : 7 Inflation Qanckciles. i From the Irtbune. A correspondent gravel; acndi ua the folio ng, which be evidently reparda as the quintes sence t" financial and monetary vf isdOmi 1 "Axiom. There enn bo no slo rosnqiotlon of tpecw pavmonta without tariff burn enough to pro vent our Inipurts nt commodities (other than specie) exceeding cur ex pot ts.-r Without auoli a tariff, ny DaKing tygietn founded on spnio payment will be a rickety concern, liable to be S'lakenand topplod ver by, the lirat heavy balanos ol , foreign- trade) against mr", . .. . . !, ".3 ,-, ,.') . ' "" " BT THB TRIBUNS. '," ' , , " .. ' We prcxime nohody will accueo us of hostility to protection by means of difl'erentlal duties tn' tame ca.ies, high duties. And yet we. gay the' writer of the above...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 March 1866

i i ! 1 ri f : ( j for Additioruil ivy 'InltUi-j' hc tceEVh'h lii:) Great Gathering cf the Friends of IriUli atioiulity. AN ENTHUSIASTIC ASSEMBLAGE. (Speech's) by 3o(t r -ol Train, ColJ O'lKabonf, J. I. Kodi t and 4tUcr. Clc. El'-. , F.te., Etc. Lnt ercnln" a very Wr rf ptlritz was held In (root of Independence Hull to express sympathy for Ireland, and to ilenouuce her oppressors. Mr. John Hassan presided, and the first speaker introduced was George Franc's Train, who maJe one of his characteristic speeches. Philadel phia, he said, is lull of Fr-nlHiilsm; Mow York Is full of FeniauKtu; Jones' Wood, on Sunday last, had one hundred acres of th:. Fenian ilro'her hood, cheerltie for Irish na. tonality, and tor Irish independence, and for an Irish republic. The world is full of Fcniatusm. England is dying. Let ber die I (Cikm.) Sepoys to the right of her, Jamale revolutionists to the lett ol ber, New Zealand in front of ber, and the Fenian Hrotherhood, fi om Walnut street -wharf up and a...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 March 1866

totting Mcppli Je published every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 & Ihird ttreet. Price, Tfiree Cents Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to 8ub$criber$ out of (he oily at Nine PoUars Per .Annum ; One Potior and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements inaU of our Edition, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. WEDNESDAY. MARCH 7, 18GB. The Fenian Meeting. Tun Fenian Brotherhood had a grand meeting in front of tbe Stale tlouse last evening, 'there was a great deal of enthusiasm, of conns, ai there a'ways Is in a- pronlsiuous crowd of people who are excited by minic and torches and banners, and noisy declaratioai about liberty, . and all that. O'MAiioxr was on band, and made a speech full of warm Invoca tion to the Irish in America to coma forward with their money in defense of Irish na tionality ; and by way o...

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