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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 March 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH". PIIILADELPniA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7, 18GG. 5 AMCSKMKNTS. rKRF.i.ti'l Opbba Maria di KohanyrM ropeated est evening to a Hue notian, the anxiety to hear Win C , whose lame had gone iaoroad, having r many besides the usual subscribers. The Trlma idonna, troi t In bar success, bad conriuetod brr norvou-ness, and abe oonflrmsd the favora ile ira tircwion alio bad made. Wnen w think that tbt U Lor first iuon andor rorolli's tui.ion. wo cannot but Consider that abe muat possess unusual talent. Her I voioo is 01 a verv anroaule quality, ana decidedly she ha dramatio ability, . 1 be last act was aoted with much effiiot. and the charming auoante ol the duett with tno touor waa again enooied. Mr. WaUrmin was in l etter voice than the last lime, and ani( qiito artistically ; he is always oarno-t and spirited in his acting Durand, ot course (tins is h'S favorite ro e) wanaduilrablo; the lost duett with ' Maria" was aim? and aoted in a way that would bare won hith apo...

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. — 7 March 1866

. ' L THE DAILY EVENING TELEGKArn. PHILADELPHIA', WEDNESDAY. : ! MARCH 7; 1 86G. A. CIIY KAIUOAD l lUOL. KECOMMENDKD TO BB SCNQ IN ALL TUB CARS. Tacked hVe tnarkrrcl in kesrs, Cramped In bodv, arras, and leg, Treated like creation's dreg, Tbrouzh the streets we rumble. Cnr-co.iductor, w tli a puch, Man Biid maid together crush. Hoops give w, and women blush, Pickpockets ai8i! the rush, And fleece us in the juiublo. Fifty bipeds to a carl Hanged like prtHoners or war, Or a the sltm-a in Cuba ar;, Waitin j lor th dr buyers. Up and i owii,oa iu. ee and morn, Are our "merchet.t princes'' borno O'er the tramway.' racked and torn, In Creed's vekiolei torlorn, Foul as "black Marias." Fptntb 1 bow vile the Inside smells ; Of these body-cro vded India, Airless as a dunpeon's cells, Dirty pint abiding. When the Cholrra shall swoop On our shores iroui Guadaloupe, Won't the Demon raipe a whoop, And dash in anion? each group, In our street-cars riding I "Utiks"' to passengers addressed, With gre...

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. — 7 March 1866

THE . JUILT, J3y;ENTO$ , , TELEGRAPILr-PpiL ADELPIILV, r , WEDNESDAY, MARCH , 7, ( 1866, .9 fft -Dkessixu run CUDBCII. ITiw anybody heard the bell f You havet lear ma, I know full well 1 I'll never dress Id time For mercy's sake, come help me, Luce, riLmoke my toliot, very spruce,- -t . -A r .-. lu-ro, lace tins garter Tor mo do: "A hole 1" you say . plague take the shoe, Please, Lucy, try aud hide It Just 1hink, it's liunday, and my soul, 1 cannot wear It with a hole I The men will surely spy It. They're always peeping at our feet, (Tho'i to bo sure, they nerdu't peep, The way we hold our dresses); I'll disappoint them, though, to day I "And cross myself," pray did you bay r Don't laugh at my distresses I NowLuclc, pray feel my waterfall, Do you think it large f aiu't it too small f What bother these things give. My Rats and Mien, do they set straight f Please hurry, Lucie, 1 know I'm late 'There's Willie, as 1 live." How splendidly the silk will rnstle ! (Please hand my 'self-adju...

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. — 7 March 1866

8 ARIZONA. ytmr with tb A pacta Iaellawe A. Lara; JTr f Uattedl States) Traap patched from California t Arlaasia eral Me D well CmmiIi( la reraan, Em. 8ak Francisco, February 9. The Apaches of AriroDa are in a lair way to catch, what they richly deserve at latt Troopi are being hurried forward aa fait aa poislble from here to Fort Yuma, whence they will march into the Interior of Arizona, and loin in the grand attack on the Apache which General Mason is now malting. 1 he 14th United States Infantry, to the number of over two thoosnnd, have already left, and a portion of the 1st United States Cavalry (late from Mew York) are at Los Angeles, being mounted for the onmpaign. These, added to thd volunteers now with General Mason, the native llexicrtn cavalry in onr service in Arizona, the Irreenlar or 1'imo and Maricopa Indian troops now in the service and giving a good aecouut ol themselves, will make a respectable force, and we look loc stirring news from the land of rrold and rattlesn...

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. — 8 March 1866

Y r n VOL. V. No. 58. 3?HIX,A.2DEL1:I-ITA., THURSDAY, MAKOH 8, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. niN IM'TT iiitid J1JJJ i THIRD EDITION EUROPE. THE ftTUIUIC TELEGKAPH CABLE. Annuities for tlio rrincess Ho lcna and Princo Alfred. KCH L'lIENT TO LOUD PALMEHSTON Be vision of the Neutrality Laws Demanded. TII13 SLAVE TRADE. Mr. Gladstone on tlsc Fenian Move ment in America. MORE TROOPS SENT TO IRELAND. Alarming Increase of th3 Cattle Plague. PERUVIAN Iim-CLAl) AT BREST. Sudden Close of the Prussian Parliament. REDUCTION Or DISCOUNT BY THE GREAT BANKS i Iiuportiint Coiumcrciiil ami JTIimiieial News. Xtem Etc, Etc., Ktc, Et?., Etc., Kte. New York, March 8. Tho steamer Java has arrived, witli dale? to toe 21th ult. The steamer Etna arrived out on the 223, and the Virginia on the 23d. The new Ininan steamship Cdj of Paris ar rived at Liverpool, and would sail on March 21 for New York. She averaged lateen kuots on ler trip from Greenock. The American banquet in Lon lon on the 22d, Jn honor of ...

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. — 8 March 1866

THE NEW YORK FHES3. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED BVBRT SAT FOB EVBNINO TELBOBAPH. A Test Ciuo lor tho President. J'rom (he Tribune. Whether the Rebel Status Khali bo admitted promiscuously, or whether each tball be heard on lt own merits, are questions upon whloh Congress and thaf President, differ. , Congress proposes to consider eaoh application. Tho FreHident insists that all the (States are recon structed according to hie nietbod, and ahould bo admitted. lie could not, therefore, Justly object to having tha whole question tried on the evidence In any one of his eleven casjg. Suppose Congress should .adopt his view, and agree to examine the credentials of Louisiana as a specimen State. She is doubly fortunate in having sent not only Senators and Representa tives to Wa'hington, but also a Delegate, claim ing to represent the Territory of Louisiana. The latter, the lion. 11. C. Wurmoth, has collected, in a pamphlet...

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. — 8 March 1866

CITY INTELLIG ENUE For Additional Vily Intelligence tee Ei . Idlt rige. Largk Fenian Mektino at National ' Guards' Hall. Lmi cvenlnar a meeting at the irienris of Jrmh Imlepenrteneo was helrf at Na tional Guards' Hall. Long before the hour of rcanizntion the larec tia'l was deniely crowded, quite a number.oi' ladies bcinor present. "The General Bhertuan Circle" came marching into the hall with martial tniiKic. John Keeuaa wa. chosen chairman, and Michael Nash secre tary. Mr. James Gibbons made a few Introduc tory remarks, after which ho Introduced to the meeting Hon. Henry A. Worlbington, cx-Con-p-essmnii from Nevada Territory, who was re ceived with great applause. lie said he was pleased to see such a laree number ot Fenians present. Why should you not succeed in the movement yon have inauau rated? For almost three hnudred years vou have been bowed down aud your nationality gone; Englia functionaries appointed to admin ister your laws. 1'ut away your humanism and go into the light...

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. — 8 March 1866

THE ' DAILY EVENING ' TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 8; 18C0. It rvbMerl tXTy oferticon Nundapy excepted) at No. 108 S. lhtrd street. Price, Three Cents Per Copy (Double fPicct), or Jutghteen Cents Per Weei, fayable to Oie Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of the oily at Nine Dollars Per inuum t One J)oUar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for Hie period ordered. To ir.mre Uie Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Editions, they must he forwarded to oar office not laUr Uian 10 o'clock each Morning. THURSDAY. MARCH 8, 1860. Onr Standard Dearer. The Convention which met la Ilarrisbarg yesterday was characterized by a harmony ot sentiment and a unity of purposo which proved the utter fallacy of the rumored divi sions in the ranks, and sets at rest all Demo cratic falsehoods to the effect that the days of the National Union party were numbered. Although each member of that body had his personal preferences lor a certain candidate, yet the moment tu...

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. — 8 March 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, , MARCH 8, THE STATE CANY ASS ."Meeting of the Union State Conven tion at Harrisburg. tto Nomination for Vorrnor on tn First Ballot Address nt ttaa SaMMtfal Candidate Speeches by Itlntlanitlahod -PmoiB Wliwt Major-General Hooker thinks of 111 former Cuuipamtu-ln-Al-nia, Etc. 'Hakrisddbo, March 7. The convention re .assembled 8t 5 o'clock. Ii being announced that General Ilartrunlt was present, be was in cited to a seat on the floor of the convention. The lollowlns; are the ollicers of the conven tion : rresldont Hon. John Covodo, of Westmoreland conntv. Vice Presidents I'blllp S. Scliu ti, D. C. Roberts, Robert P. King, and I hnr.os i'oompson Jones, of l'bliade'phia; Lr. H X). Meredith, Chester; William Mintser, Monteomerv i A. 8. Cadwaiader, Berks; John M. Fuller. J chlph; Henry i$. Lako. Bohurlki I; J. B.Jacob, Ducks; JL A. Dimmiok, Wayne; H. Aladoll, Bradford : I nomas Dixon, Luzerne; Warren Coles, AlcK.en; A. C Minpsoo. Hnyder...

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. — 8 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 8, 18GG. IIIXAHIKG. BY FANHY BBUCB COOK. Loveliest by far 1b benutv't check When tinted with the cilinson hue. The delicate tints a 101U that speak, Kind, innocent, Aud true. A word or a look may Hart the stream, From heart to temples rvmhinir; Who loves not the molest face to flew, Buflused in attless blushing f Pnre token thon ot a sinless breast, Where kindliest virtues dwell, Where truth and peace like angles rest. And wreathe their holiest spell, Slight the emotion that stirs the tide, Tne brow ot oand T flubbing; Oh ! the pentlet feellnss of the heart Are told In artless blushing. The pern may add Us lustrous rny To adorn the outward part. T But the chaugeful hues ot the blmh's plaj Are the lanpuaee of the heart; For they tell of a mind undimmed ky vies, All spell ot evil huntilng; Oh I who would e'er doubt, the trullcless soul That speaks In artless blushing? The colorless face, the pallid brow, May perhaps enchant thi...

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. — 8 March 1866

THE DAILY. EVENING TELEGKAPII. PIULADELPIIIA, . THURSDAY, MARCII ' 8, 1806. TRICHINA. BT ANNA . HALLIDAT. O shout of dire disease, that apes pant Tortured King, Herod o his bed of death, Why do jou rise, and o'er the present cut Your loul aud loathsome per-tlleatial breath? In calm security an we no more Indulge the tatte for pork we loved to wall, Ho tenderloin, consoling at of. yore, Attracts our senses by its savory smell. Ko moie for break Hit t lih accustomed ease e order bam and eggs, or sausage brown, A vague unrests our coasciotu palates seize, 'Tib pot a piR-nay tear Unit casts ua down. Te epicures of pork, beside your plate A nilrcroscope will tell th' unwelcome news, Jfuttvm tn parvo what a sorry fate. To turn us Gentiles into scorning Jews I And thrifty wives wko ever deemed it last To ''save your bacon" for a time of nood; In Mich a motto cease to put vour trust: The subject is curtailed lor lite Indeed. WRESTLING MATCH. Content Itelween IrHeht and Mitchell Prltciiett V...

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. — 8 March 1866

8 FOURTH ED ITION KOBE ABOUT RECONSTRUCTION. Another Report from tho House Committoo. Our Hrvecinl Uospatolios. Washington, March 8. Farther Bepnrt from thn toinmlttev on Krraunir action. Representative) Bout well to-day made a report from the Committee on ReconutriK Uod, Binned by hiranelf and Representative Wai-hbiirne, of Illinoif, lu which they state that the colored people are undoubtedly loyal, and one-half of the white people disloyal. East Tennessee Is strongly loyal, and Middle and Western Ten nessee disloyal. There are about 120,000 white malei of the voting age, and 80,000 colored of the voting ase in all 200,000. The proposition of the Coraniiitee herctolore reported places the State Government in tli hands of about 00,000, or three-tenths ol the adult population, to the exclusion of eevcn-tcntlia. Representatives Coutffdl and WashtmrDe think it bettor to give the elective franchise to all loyal men in order that the Government may be permanently muiutained; thciefore, t...

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. — 9 March 1866

D A TED H 1L A o VOL. V. No. 09 PHILADELPHIA., FEIDAY, MAEOH 9, 18GC. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. IEYISMM (Gr .1 -Irvll i lnAlT n. CANADA AROUSED. A Genuine Excitement' About Fenianism. Ten ThonNnnd Vnlnntfrr rullfil for Im metllauly armlna rkii lirllllna; Lbm Kight Isiihe lilr Tiwii Vnrlons Ei g-gerate! Rnmor In MowlreAl The UbONt tf 1ht "I'ntrlnt" War of 1837 Walking Abrond toty that Navx . Inland la tbe Klicara Rivr la a rnUai Can fba Cunadtun I'rtae Suddenly Converted to (be Doctrine) f Hit-lot Neutrality Editorial HoHilllee an the Iintlea of the Ames-lean Uavernraent Intense Excitement In Montreal Wild Stories abont Fnlan Invasion The Guv ruiuent Taking- Active Slsasarcn to Wtlveme the Kimih1 Army-Ten Thousand Volunteers to be Armed at Ouc TBy Slnstfir 1o-niht-ilniuer that. Ike FnlaaK bavei Nelzed Navy Island Montreal Croirded with btraugei s. Motkkal, March 84 P. M. Our usually dull city is all at once wulo awake, snd the centres ot news, around Place d'Armes and Great St. James...

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. — 9 March 1866

THE DA1IA EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1866. THE ITEW YOEK PRESS. Editorial Opinion of the Leading Journals Upon th Most Import lant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED BVXttT DAT TOVL 1VE1UHQ Ttt9Rira Senator Tatei oa Univeisal Suffrage. From the Iribune, It b probable that the lecond clause of the Anti-Slaver Amend ient will be a good deal dtocossod and availed of iu the legislation that Is to' precede Reconstruction. -Tne power to enforce the prohibition of elaverv bj "appro priate loglnlatioa'' miget bo derived from the first clause of the amendment under a previous provision of the Constitution, but it wm none the less a prudent precaution to affirm it in ex press terms. Several measures based on this second clause are now before Congress, among them -the following, introduced last January in the Senate bjr the lion. Richard Yates, of Illinois: "Be it enaoted by the Senate and Honse ef Repre sentatives of the United Mate of Amenoa in Jou gress astembied, lost do 8...

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. — 9 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAm. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, I860. THE AOASSIZ EXPEDITION . Tlie Flataes of the Vaitrjrof the auh.ob 8tb IlHonrad Jle Bpec. 1,1.. ovri. In the Rio de Janeiro Times, received on Wed nesday b j the steamer II izana, we And the follow ing latorestlnK letter, written by the Brazilian tenant, senhor da Bilva Coutlnho, who accom panies Trafessor Agasstz in his explorations. It -will be seen that ARassiz has found in the Valley of the Amazon more than seven hundred new peck's of fish more than double the number he expected to discover: "Makaob, November 14 1806. Ihe collection that we made in ilia lolle anu .is neighborhood wu wagimcnit. Besides nuuiorwus species, rrorrtssor Agassis dibCorereU niau na.r peunra, acquiring knowledge, likewise, of poiii.i important law to which oe rt a In ipec.es are tuhject in their develop ment, tgnoiance ot which 1ms caused mistakes in clixsifica.ion. "Act.omburg, for examtlo. established at a special characteristic the aduoro...

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. — 9 March 1866

faniug dcpph Is pvblithed txery afrrv.oon (ifundoys except) at No. 108 S. Ihird street. Pr'ce, Three Cent , Per Oojiy (Double S?iec), or Eighteen Cento Per Weel, payable to the Currier, and mailed to "Subscriber out ofOiecityat Nine Dollars Per Innttm ; On DdUar and Fifty Cents for Two Alonlhs, invariably tn adoflnce for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements mall of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not Utter than 10 o'clock each Mornmcj. FRIDAY, MARCII 9, I860. Oar riaUorm-The Principles lor which We Fight. Tiik adoption, by a vote nearly unanimous, of tbe platfoim reported by the Committed on Resolutions to the Convention sitting at Ilar rleburg, proved the fact that, whatever per sonal differences might bave existed among tbe delegates, all were willing to sacrifice them in order to preserve unity, and secure a ground work on which every member or the party could stand, la that Convcntiom was represented every shade of partisan fcclinp, fr...

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. — 9 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PIIILADELPIIIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 18GG. MATTERS OYER THE RIVER. Thb Elkctiow roLLfl. An act hoi Just pawed the Lopulature of New Jersey closing the polls ibrouRbout the Stato at snnsetandopenlnir them in the morning at 7 e'clock. It It clatmtd ' that this jneaoiire will prevent a great dal of fraud at elections, as In Camden and other cities tbe polls heretofore hate been kept open until 8 o'clock in tbe evenlnp, thus piviog an oppor tunity for tbe commispien of i rati da. The lair takes effect immediately, and, if the Governor ivrs it his ftlenature la time, it will affect the present clectiou in Camden, closing tbe polls at sundown. Tn- Watb To8. The question of purchasing tbe Camden Water Works by tbe City Councils is to be made a dfs'.inct hsua by the citizens at tbe eomttm municipal election, and a diroct vote, tor or aeainut it, will be taken. The committee havlaf the matter In charjre will have separate ballot-boxes at the diflerout pre cinct polls...

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. — 9 March 1866

6 TEE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAm. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY,! MARCH 9, 18G6. "EQUALITY BEFORE THE LAW." L E O T U It E BY PROF. WILLIAM HOWARD DAY, Delivered Last Evening, at Concert Hell, Before the "Social, Civil, and Statistical Association of the Colored People of Pennsylvania.'' Thonograjihically Reported for The Evening Jie- graph by C. R. Morgan. I Previous to the aiidrcsx, Miss E. T. GrernfielJ (the Black Swan) pave "Dear France, I adore Tuce," with excellent taste and cd'ect. The President of the Association 'announced that on Thursday, the loth inst , the lion. WiT-"1 Ham I). Ke llejr would lecture on the subject oi the "Duties and Dungei s of the Times." Profes sor Day was then introduced, and spoke substan tially as lollows: Mr. CbaU'inan, Ladies and Gentlemen: The song which was sun? by the sweet sin.u'er lor us H lew iuuiuti,U ago was a lair expression the feeh p of every fri'iH-lunan towards his native laud, und J nut us thu l-'rencliroiiu bursts forth with soncr tovnrcl"- his...

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. — 9 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM.--PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MAROn 9, 186G. eclmen of f reach JCsthetlo Criticism. The nave of Taine 1 blooming here a promi nent one ifi the annals of contemporary critical tcrature. This prominence Is not owing merely o ttao fact of the great ability of the writer, but the circumstance of his devoting his atteation topics of direct Interest to people In this part the world. His critioi.stns on English Uteri lire have been widely read, and republished here; and their power and keen appreclultea have given the author a certain popularity among 'thoughtful readers, whicn will insure attention tor such other of his warlu as may be Introduced to our public. Taine is the Protestor of .Esthetics and ef the History of Art tn the Ecole des Beaux Arts at Paris. In that capacity he del ivrred, Im 1864, a series of lecture, ia which he uudertook to ex plain art by social influencot and natural caw-.es, the experience ot humanity, el inato, and other conditions af a simil...

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. — 9 March 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 18C6. UITY INTELLIGENCE Cfntewart. The Local Freacberi of the Mtthodint Church an- a bodv ol cl'lr-ens wielding an immcuse influence. Whilo all, or nearly all of them aie engaged la secular pur tiits, wany of them are trentlune of laree literary and spiritual attainment:, -with suffi cient wealth to enable them to devote both, talent and purse to no inconsiderable extent to the cause ot relipion. They supply tha place of the regular clerey In their absence, and in all but the administration of the sacrament take their place when orCHRion requires. They cele brated their centenary on Wednesday ntuht, at Ban.om Street Hall, with a supper, and with floppy and cneerlul rf'.ielom exercises. Ilcv. William Rhoadi presided. The 4CtU Pealm was read by the Pev. Kichard Holt, alter which the Kev. T. T. Ta-iker offered prater. The pre sident ot the eveninr then made an opening address, replete with eloquent passages, wnich was warmly...

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