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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 March 1866

T7 H IDA AAU1 VOL. V. No. CO lIIILA-DEIPIII, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. n fin TO T3 Tin A "TTT F'J H LJ 1 H ' H- A: i-l-A :LJ 1 WJL&jJL Jill o 4 NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. In tie year 1846 tlic writer c-.nlia art In tlie DniR Business In ttie city of Philadelphia, anil while thus n irnped, made several experiments litre:arl to the most desirable mode of preparing Fluid Extract. M effort being euece-tsful the articles being r.pprovecl and used by tho Medical Fncu tv 1 nu desirous of placing thoin before tie public, but hesitated for sunn time beere con c'ndlng to report to newspaper ai'.vi-r.ldng, knowing of the pnJiKllces thnt cxUted In tho nvncls of w anr aalnHt Dslng advertised M d ci'.ti, but tlir-tth the advise of friends and those who bad used my preparations, this ot)J cctlon was overcome. Commencing In a sn:all way. after elt'Meen ynr' ex ertions the l epulnrlty of my articles fas extended to al parts of the Vnlttfl States, and widely thronphou Forcltn...

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. — 10 March 1866

THE DA1L1 EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 18GG. LJTE1UTU HE. SKETCHES OF PUBLISHERS. J. B. LIPPINCOTT & CO., PHILADELPHIA. Tbc firm of Lippincott, Crambo & Co., tormed in 18.r)0, bj purchase of the stock aad good-will of Grigg, Elliott & Co.,.conmtcd of Joshua Bel linger Llpplncott, Henry Crambo, Edmund Claxton, George Hemsen, nd Benatnln B. Wil lis. Ot these, Messrs. Gianibo., Claxton, md Reuben had been partners with Grigg A Elliot Mr. Lippincott had carried on the business for several years, and he brought Mr. Willis, who had been asFoc'atod Mlth him, Into the new publishing linn. Mr. Crambo retired Irom the firm In 1853, nid tho house then assumed tlio title of J. B. Lippin cott A Co., by which it has since been known. Mr. C. C. Ilnileiauger and Mr. John A. Krnisen, each ot whom had had over twenty year-' experience In the house, became partners in 1858. At the dose of 1800 Mr. Willis rotired, the copartnership then having expired by limi tation ...

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. — 10 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 18GG. CITY INTELLIGENCE ror Additional City litielU'j nee are El ,:dh 2Jay Remoious Iktellioekce Baptist. JtevivalK. During the past lew weeks a re.Kal of reltsiou has been in projrress in many of the Baptist oltiirchen ol tlm city . In the Futirtli Church, under the pastoral car ol Rot. lieu urn Jeflery, at the cor ner of Knth and Huttouwood etrtois, the work ai corjiplihcd has been truly pr.itnylna, one hundred and seventy new members liavlnx ben added to the church. l)r. Jefl'oiy Iim altcndy baptized out ol this nuinbtr one hundred and fifty five. To-morrow will bo a day ot in noli rejoicing In this churcli. ussevcral auditional converts will liavo lu.uiiDiatorcd to them tne ordinauco ol baptism X,io bncramont of the Lord's Bnppcr w 111 also take placa. Calvary Jiaptitt (hunk An Interost hag boon prowiDfr up in this chnrch lor numo lire or tlx weeks past, Ion y -five bavin? prolersed conversion, and lour having- been ...

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. — 10 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 18CC. Evening Mcpift Ts published erery afernoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 S. Ihird street. Price, Three Cent I'er Copy (Double Sited), or Eighteen Cent Per Hoefr, payable to Vie Carrier, and mailed to Buhner Here out of (lie oily at Nine Dollars Per ivt.vm ; One Dollar and Fifty Onto for Two Month, invariably in advance for tite period ordered. S TUUDAY, MARCH 10, 1800. Why We are Opposed to Fenlanism. Ix our detestation of England and her policy, and ur sincere 8 mpathy with Buffering Ire land, we allow no man to say tliat we ure sur passed. As citizens of a free republic, we hate ercry form f.rd nhape of. tyranny ; as subjocta of a nation towards wlilh Great Britain his ever behared wltb duplicity and enmity, we would cheerfully join In any effort tending to humillatt h-r pride anl wcikcn her power. Cut when wo see an effort being mado which is Impracticable in its character and chimeri cal in Its schemes, we deem ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. rniL.A-DELPIIIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 18GG. 5 AM US EM h N TS. AciDitMT or Memo. The Huguenot was cast last evening, taken as a whole, a. well aa It naa ever been In thia country. The orcheelawas far more peilect thaa In Uuillaumi Tell. Ihe chorus was sullicltntly numerous and Ruort. Hermans sans: "Marcol." It a part within the cornea of lew bam voice, lie sane It admirably, aud his roice u hpard to thfi areataat aflvAfitnirA Ha kai nt. however, the oharaotcr of the music; the 1'iff, pafl'." I wai wmuiiun in riiu, a iu am lerooious Hilarity ol the o d Uuvumot. We. nlinu's voioe failed bim several times, and in tlio concerted music bo was ire qnenilj out of tune. Wiltaelra Formes sans cor. reotly aad artistically the part ol 'N'evers.'7 His appearance and rchncnuQt ol nmom r rendor him a great acquisition, especially In Gorman opera, where rcflncintnt Is rare. Hiramnr found In "Raoal" a part exactly suited to Ins voico and his style. "1'iurf p aaolie," the...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 March 1866

c NUMBER LVIII. " - i liVrVVVVVliltiViVWVAA A PITT FOR MENTAL DYSPEPTICS, AND A CD BE FOB UY-roOlONIIRIA, ItY-roCBIgT, OB ANT COMPLAINT O? A HY ORDEH. ijy oim skuiks i-dito:i. Ai.nAXAt) akd diary. PllOItT METrtK-ILLOGICAL OnaEnVAHOSS FOB TBI WEAK Mnrrli. Mouriny, 5. Tho unteriiflcd meot at Uarrisbiiri, to nominate a Governor, m Win to ciimh tho heighis of political power thoy fastened upon a professional L'lymcr. TneMliy..-FenIaiis arrive in front of the Mate Uou-e lv Uie Male Train. I hey intend to plague England vitrt their Irish hnlls to gucli an cxttut I but tho cattle plague will bo for gotten. WctlneMlay, A Feninn privn'oer capture a stenmcr. Tho hteainer proves to bo of the caitarU lino. TliiirMlit.v, h, CauadranH prparo to resist tho Fenian Invasion. "10,000 Canadians aro uudor arms " hen tho arms are removed it is ex pected tho Cimnriiaus can rive. FrUlft.v. . The Cattle Plague in this cointry ox plodcd. Hie Aiuerioau Agricultural Society were tho flrsc to communicate it to...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 March 1866

TITE DAILY EVENING TELEG R AriT. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 10, 18G6. IF TIIFRE WERE WO "DRiTH. From the Lout Tttlc of Vitrtufliy Sir Edward J,ytlOi li niter r. In "Death and Msyi tun," tin author Mig:'c's tbo misery and anarchy "th u would foito.vtno ahri.ra. tion ol iloatti. in moiru that, as wo have already said, runlv adapts if so I lo the homely iir tin) tum ble, lin piesci U ns with a dntineitton all tne tnoro ow;ilm lur It touoli ol tnu grotesque: PHps rocked on whitening waveit fin seamen hiUfhod j "Denth is hound fast," they cried; "no wave can orown." Bed hehtiiings wrapped tho lolon plundering shrines, And smote tlie crndlod babt; ''Blii7o on," the felon sal 1; "yo cnimnt kill." The mother lolt iho crud o with a smile; "A pretty toy," quo li sho, "tho Thunderer's bolt ! My urchin plays with it. "Brnls do not need a mo'ler; there's bo dea'h " The aoultrnss starting cried, 'Forgive mo, Z ins!" ' Tin," quoth tho paliaut, 'Im tint s'.orm rae ou. His- mo. No Icath, no .eu!"...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PIIILABELrillA, SATURDAY, MARCJJ 10, 1866. 8 rOURTlIEDITIOlV LATEST FROM WASHINGTON. Our sSpecial lespaiclaOsi. Washington. March 10. I'rlz ClA'niM. It 1 estimated that tho Fourth Aulitor'u office lion, diitin? and Bine tae Rebellion, adjudicated prize claims effecting over 1200 captured vessels. Tho amount involved i;i sticu ac. foments was about twenty million dollars. TrMUry irft. Tli'-re nrc In tVc vaults of the Tro nury Depart niTit $14,210,0!)!) in live d. lbr notes. Tiietot.il amount of all dimominu l.t l h $UJ,j)00,000. The United S'atos Trea.uror will receive In a few days from the Rank Note Company $300.0.10 In one and two dollar notes of the greenback currency. Marylnml Clftirciinx War ltasjr(i. Hod. F. Tliomuh, oriliryland, la preparing, to make a claim before Congress ou behalf of the Btate for damages on account of burning of the two bridge on the routa from Waihintrton to Frederick, deitroyed by order of .Lew. Wallace, at the battle of Mono...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 March 1866

H H VOL. V. No. 61.'- J?Hir.VJD3SLT?IHA., MOIST, MARCH 12, 1866. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. i.xi Ji.lNi vur ii infill i iPi4i it i to, ft ir in in THIUD EDITION THE CANADIAN SCARE, FENIAN EXCITEMENT CONTINUED, ; ; , , ., Aatiefpated Trouble on the 17tU of Jttareb tterlpMjrliy to I'xpire Md the Peniann te Htue on St. Pntriek'a Day Irish Otlilien lbrHlnfd with the Ilnyonet Ifthey Parada on that Way The Whole Excitement it Hodge of the Cenfederatloa leader The lbo Confederation Scheme to be linahed Tbrougb Parliament, etc. -Torosto, March 0. Tne m-nicnt for ac'lon has urilvcd iu Canada, and, fil'iiv all.hcr people deserve cominendutiou lor Hie icam.er la which they come (or ward to meet the exigencies of tho bour. I have briefly telegraphed' you as to the vast military display being made lu all tendons of the provinces preliminary to' the threatened invasion; but r.o one whs is not here Can form any Adequate idea of the excitement, I will not say alnrin, of the people, at the callins ou...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 March 1866

TIIE DAlIA EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, ; MARCH 12, 1860. THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading . Journals Upon the Most Import lant Topics of the Hour. COMPILID XTKBT DAT FOB KVSIlfO TBLBORAPH The State ol Europe-Revolutions Present and Prospective. I'rem the Herald. Enpland Is now lu a state of revolution. Her Goverunent, her Parliament, and her press have at leagth been forced to confess this faot. The Fenian movemont, which the statesmen de clared would amaunt to nothlnj, has thrown the whole country iuto alarm and confusion. Outbreaks are dreaded la London and Liver pool as well as In Ireland; Enelish securities are depreciating;, while American bonds are riainjr in price. In Prussia the Kin has openly quarrelled with the Chaaaber f Deputies, and treat discontent exists among the people. Aus tria and Prussia are disputing over the duchies which thev recently conquered, like La Fon taine's robbers over the stolen muta. In France the press, under prete...

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. — 12 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRATO. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1866. CITY INTELLIGENCE For AddUiomJ City lntcli ,-nee tee Eighth l'ugr. Trcst Funds.- The city has charge of quite a number ot trotttiuiuU besides tlioapof the (Jirurd cslnt, whtob liuvt? trom time to time been plared in tho linti-in ot the authori'ius. Among ibcm we notice t::c following: ' The bequppt of (.Jcorcrc Kralon, made In 1770, nnd now in charge o: tho Uuardians of the Voir, in Intended lor tuo nurcl'nw, of -wood, to be dis tributed to poor whfowH tlmt are not Hssmted by any public charity, in quuiitity not less than hail a cord, nor more than u mid, te any one person or tanilly. The rc-coi-iti, Ust year, from this bo auent amounted !) $:tio 7i. "The will of Archibald T iimpnon, proved 15th day of August, 17U!, bequeathed geventy-tlve pounds, forever, tor tho report of the poorot Vhiladelpbia. The will d iects that one-half of the utu shall be laid out in the purchase of small loaves of brrirJ to be 'liKtributed...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 March 1866

feting jclcQtap!i Js pvbtighed erery afternoon Sundays excepted) ot No. 108 5. lhird rtreet. price, Three Cents J'er Copy Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per Wectt, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to SuhecrOers out of Uie city at Sine Dollars Per Arittvm ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered, MONDAY. MARCH 12, 18C0. French Atrocities In Mexico. It will be remembered tuat before Maximi X.IAH went to Mexico t assume supreme au thority thcro, he and his allies tried to make the world believe that he was going to relieve the Mexican people from a stat of intolera ble anarchy, and at their invitation. Ia order to anticipate any poss'ble question of ttaa solidity of this pretension, especially by the United States, a Mexican delegation waitod . upon him in Europe, and assured him in ad dresses, at erwards published, that they were ', commissioned by a competent number of their Countrymen to express their desire to change the constitu...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 1SCC. ' i aai ii AMUSEMENTS. VitwtTTSTRKrrTHKATBi. Mr. and Mw.Char'os Rrtn will aeain appear bo for the public in this city Curiosity will no doubt All the home, although the Increase ot prico and Lent are aainst them. Mr Aan'e "Cardinal Wolesj" 11 one of tha parts lu wh'ot the disadvantages mylars ana volos aro loan perceptible; bis adniirabls rOadinp, his ht"h toaed and cssmcal style, are still apparent in this p.irt. 1 hosow ho wih to bo Impressed with aomeihiuir at the tn'tnt that ha mad his renown should sue him In "WcIspt" and in "l.oum XI" in preforanoo to all other patts. Mr. Call cart la tn admirable ropri sentativt of "Henry Vill. Mm Keau appear as "yooen Kaihorne " Tho Jtnloun Wife will alio bo played 111 his bill ih a icdreminar Irattiro for our city, where this week tho t ircman reljina supremt. Ancn Btoekt rnitATRit. The Slrtrtu ofNtvoYork -will be (ilaod t iis week by lar. Chanlrnu, wnos de parture Jot New O...

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. — 12 March 1866

G HIE ".DAILY EVDNlKCr TlLEGIUPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MAKCII 12, 1SG0. liJ( AM KUilO. BV JOI1N 0. 3AKE. I Bfkril of Echo Mother ilay, (Whose words arc l';w it mi olteu tunny), Wlint, to a novice she eoiiltl say (if ceprtfititp, lrwe, nml r.mtnmoTT? Qnoih IicUo, vluiiib "MaUer-o-Alorwy t" Whom fhouM I rnu-rj ? should it b3 A tlas bin;; damsel, py and part, A pattern of Incoustniujvf Or?elfHh, nieivennry llirf, Quoth Kcho, sharplj "bars flirt!'1 What, If wcav.v of the ttri'c , That lonpr has lured the near deceiver, Clin v.rnlilienl tn nmnnil lirr life. And sill no nioui ; can I ballove i her ? VJiiotU Echo, vi'.u decttoa "Leave tor!" But If snnie reaiclcn with a rtear On mc fhould vout'tn; to best jv it, Pruv. fhould 1 a t the wiser prut To take the tnusure or fon-jro it I Quoth Echo, very irotni tlj " Oo it!" But what if, seemingly afraid To bind her tale in Ilynie'g fetter, She vows Bhe means to ('., a maid, In answer to my lov.nrr leiter? Quoth F.cho, rather coolly "Let Lev!" Wh...

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. — 12 March 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH". PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MARCH 12, 18GG. MISCELLANEOUS JOTTIN CS. Camllle Urso, the violinist, U la Paris. Savings-banks are rapidly Increasing In Italy. The latest "Gotham" Idea Is a hearse wholly white, with cold gilt and silver trimmings. The shabby lutlo town of Cairo, In Illinois, has Just been lighted with gasi Mrs. Longworth (Mrs. Yelverion) Is about to appear an a public reader. The Ashevllle (N. C.) News says one-faurth ef the real estate In that town is offered for sale. Another cteamer is about to sail from Mo bile with emigrants to Brazil. A new piw company has been started at Savannah, Georgia. The landlords of St. Louis are inoreaslnc rents trom 20 to 40 per cont. Tho Bangor butchew, it is said, can buy Kentucky beef cattle cheaper thaa they can purchase those raised and fed la Maine. Tho President has appointed W. T. Coe poshall, of Ohio, minister to Ecuador, in place of F. Ilastaurek, resigned. The Royal Rnpllga Opera, at Covent Garden The...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 March 1866

8 THE REPORTED RESIGNA TION OF EARL RUSSELL. Queen Victoria's New Affliction. MOKE ABOUT THE FENIANS. Clo., F.ftf., Clc, Et., Etc, .., Kt. CrIMs In tfie KnlMi CdblneJ-ltnmnrwl Kvwl;niill ir I'ltrl Ku4-ll die Onke of Muiiirai to be Kent 'or fflae (Story Cor!letel. Famine Lin-Ion, Times, February 28. It would l;c idlo to disguise the fact that the comae ol (iovcriiiiiPiit linee the mooting of Par liament has been such as to excite tho craven nuxiety amoup tho Iriends ot a liberal admiuls trution. People have pone about assunnif ono nnother Ihui everyth'uir w gomtf well, but they did fo In tones which ill-ccurespotiUed with the words oi enconraceinent they uttered. Tho Adiiiiinstra'iou has not been ctillvil upon to do much, ite trial ha been but nort, and yet what it has done haa exhibited a i-p'rU ot vacillation and uncertainly which aneured ill lor its future. It has eeemeu as if any thin? Use unity of priu ciple was absent lro;u its deliberations; iho Cabinet has been divided azaius...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 13 March 1866

KVIEWETO ITTiTr TOTiTTr A TO)TTTr JLM.J12A VOL. V.-No. 62 13I-IILA.DE1LT?KCIA., TUESDAY, MARCH 13, I860. DOUBLE SIIEET--TIIREE CENTS. Tb Fenian Alarm Over tho Rortler Orrterof Uovcrasor-Ueneral IHitr - Oat tti MtKt'it fitmrng I.nna;ise;e lined by XI (in ttxrltssr mtn Conatry llrt IK'uuhbckh Ihu jtratlel AttieUe Orstnikfred lit llm Twrrltory Melcti borluy I'owh''iUj liiiwdCli bk AM to Itfcpel I,Atr Invnftern as to (loll Back lta I'ldn tr LxHImi1 Wnr Tfc Entire PoHlAifwa Jdeatfy to lrd Thlr Connlry - Co- daued Ipatcki rTro( 10 l'rouilrir, t- (c. Tono?T3, C. W., J'e-ch 17. Ihe Fenian ex citement has coirewLat subsided m this city, but still lagrs oa tbc frontier iu all llj fuvy. CSovcrnniCLt ra3 not ie!s.-:cd iti pvepa 'alious to receive the. invade, s stwhave? no'i tiey may show thcmccc'.vcs. Tue cit.y is ttM full of volun teers, who are oiupy'V a to wnr uuiibrin and side arms a all titne, ivder penalty ot arrest. Inlortr.i Lion received hrre cays that a number of regulars are on the ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 13 March 1866

THE VMlA EVENING TELEGB-APn. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 18GG. TIIE NEW YOEK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leadlna Journals Upon tho Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMMLED EVERY BAT F6R ETEN1NO TELEGRAPH. Tho Itcvolntton In the Dannbian PrlacU palitics. From tlie Tribune. Tlie tate of Earopa Is not likely to tie as pa. clflc dnrieir tho year 1(5(16 as it was durinethe preceding year. The January insurrection in Spain has already been followed by a February retolution in tbo Dannbian Principalities. This second revolutionary attempt has been attended by greater success than the first. The Prince was on the 23d of Febraary surprised Vy tho in surgent ti oops in his palace, taken prisoner, and forced to resign. On the tame day the Sunato and the Chamber of Deputies proclaimed the Count of plunder?, brotbar of the Klne of the JSelcisns, Prince of Itoumania, under tho name of Fhilip I. The Count ot Flanders, howcrer, at once, declined th honor, and the country Is likely to r...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 13 March 1866

t THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 18GG. CITY INTELLIGENCE -For A dihtional CV.'y lnUliijt-ncc see Ei ,.,'.1 1 o. The rijtr-AT)Ki,pni Couxtt Pwn. Thu Niiitnfji'uUi Aiimnil Ilopan ol tlio lionrd of luspcctori- ol tlio l'hilHdcibia County Trtitoo lifts hem scijt io the LpgiHl;ttur- From thin report It tiriifi1rs that (lurluir 1:;5 the total number of commitment -van 10,142, or 2175 more tlmn in l;:c4. Ol the wlioln nuinbur, 11,1U wovo white mulr-v lius wlii'c leinului, 631 colored mules, Hint 081 rolorcrl lenmleci, uiakine ft totul ot' lU.ti, to wivcU add lib who were in prison December 31, nuikinj tne eraud totul lor . the .yeur, 17,1 (j:i. lairing tke year, KJ, 381 were diKchitruid, lenvii.jr ;wi in the lui-on, December 31-t, lati.'i, of whom :!,)(! were conv'.-'ts to fund labor. Ol the whole At umber, V,:,:,i were received for trial, lo:!i were rnsrrants; wets clinrert wiili disorder r.nd Ijrenelies of the peace. (if r.lnii-e eonvicfea during the your, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 13 March 1866

Is ptiblifhed ttery of(m(icn (ibindays excepted) at No. 109 6. 'lord street. Price, Ttiree Cent Per Cory (Bouble Med), or Eighteen Cents Per TTfWi , iay able to Vie Carrier, and mailed to Xuhpr,ra,err, Mit of tie city at Nine Bo'Jars Per Annum; Onr Pallor and Fifty Cents for 7oo Months, invariably in adoa-ice for Vie period ordered. To insure the lnrcrtion of Aatertisemmts in all of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later thanlO o'clock each Morning. TUESDAY. MARCH 13, 1860. A Practical Solution of the lien Problem. Recosstrnc The New York Tribune yesterday pub lishes the following article, and loadi It tho auction of an editoiial endorsement: 'llie question ef tin tecognttioa of (bo Btate Oot ernments in the lately rebellious Jtatei will shortly be brouaht to a praetical tsst. Measures haro been taken by proiaiuent loyalists in tho 8euth, and are mow boinj perlejtcu undor tha advice ot loading men In Congress, to brm this qaesllon to an carlr decision. The plan...

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