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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 20 March 1866

THE DAILY' EVENING" TELEGRAPH.. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MARCH. 20 18GG. MATTERS OVER THE RIVER. M. E. CoNMEKHtcR. The New Jeriey Conference of the M. E. Ohorch commeneos Hs thirtieth annual aesston In Camion to-mor-row, In the Third Street Church. Ministers are arriving by erery train ; and ic Is said thai tha present will be the most interesting of any con vocation Of the kind that fafti Avar rinan hnld tn Camden, Wshon Scott will preside, and I -dot Inc. the continuance or the Coaferenoe aorne klfhly Interesting nieetinjrt will take place, Which will be addressed by noma of the ablest ministers In attendance. The Conference will most probablv last for eiulit or ten days, as there i u considerable business of importance to aitona to and dispose of. A Wabniho to Boys. Yesterday after noon, as one ot the Icrrv boats at the fool of Federal street was approaching the slip, a oouple of boys pot over the chain, and beforo the bout was fastened attempted to jump ashore. One of them succeed...

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. — 20 March 1866

V THE DAILY EVEN IK G -TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 18CG. OUR PARIS CORRESPONDENCE. Special Oorrttpmdenc qf Tht evening Ttttgraph. Pa aid, March 2, 1840. A KKVOLtJTIOH. Let me tea, In bj speaking t yen of rrinoe Cooi( tat lew days iro the running overeiaa of Moldo. wallacbia, aad bowm better than plain Mr. So and So, travelling with hit cerpet-baf , Mid pending the money bo hi ketn clever enough to raise from his sabjeots. Evciytblnf wcatoffqulotly, and never has a revolution been lent nour than tho eno'whicb. hae Jasttaktn e ase In the Panablan rrlnolpalitiet. Oa the raoralag ol ibe 23d ultimo, rrlnce Conza wae caving his snooze, at usual, when be was informed that a lew officers ef the army wished to say a few words to him.' He kcirfod tl.eai to walk fn.ensl after the deputation bad informed itself of his health, it in formed him that tie country was tirod with his rale, and that be mmt phase abdicate. rnnco louza, it is raid, is net remarkable for bravery i fearnif...

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. — 20 March 1866

S CAUDAL IN HIOH LITE. Th Danthttr ol tit Kwrl fClr Elopes WltH Lord Ocll 2rloii InlcrMUni lif vra la Loadoa. IS In the London Court of Divorce, March 2, the cue oi Cvendih vs. Cavendish and Gordon, cane up n a petition v the husbund tor disso lution ot niarriaj; on the ground ol the wife's adultery. Ha also claimed damages against the co-respondent. The respondent appeared, and traversed the charge; the co-respoadeiit did not appear. L)r. Bwabpr and Mr. Hodgson for the peti tioners Dr. Doana, Q. C, aud Dr. Tristram ior the respondent. The petitioner, Mr. Francis William Henry Cavendish, is a frentleman of good family, and on the '24th of April, 1850, he married the re spondent. Lady Eleanor Sophia Diana Fitz plbbon, who was the daughter of the Earl and Countess of Clare. They cohabited at Hyde Park street, Ilydo Park Square, and aiher places lu Loudon, and had three children, the j ounces t of whom is about three years ot age. In lwl the petitioner met with a severe accident, and b...

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. — 20 March 1866

it 8 THE DAILY EVENING TBLfeORAPn.--l,niLADELPIliAr TUESDAY, MARCH 20, 18G6 1 CIT-X (I N TELL I OE JNUJE For Additional Local Item $ct iniVd Tag. f 1 i- it - m ii PHILADELPHIA M. E. CONFERENCE. SBVEXTY-NINTH SESSION. SLXTU DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. . St. GiORai'a t'HcmflB, 1 Tcudat Houiiia, Hani W. ) , The Con feron re was culled to ardor at 9 o'clock by Presiding Bishop inoi. Ihe aadienoa showed o iirni of Uiniiiiiition m their numbers or in. Hie iie rant with which thav listened to t b proceedings, Hit reliptoHS services were conducted by the Key Kobort II. Fattison, Secretary of tha CeBfereaoe. The journa s of the previous.day and evening sss along ware read and approved. Key. Mr. Lewis, ot Sew Jersoy Centeranca, fu introdaced by Mr Ames. Key. Mr. Cat her was change from supernumerary to effective. Bey. Ueorpo Barton was cnaJa sapernnmsrary Without appointment. JKev. Mr. Westwood, of the Baltimore Conference, fjras introoueed. Hct. D. W. Bart in snbmitted the following sorles f roioloti...

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. — 21 March 1866

rail TFT1 W:TWM- tr$ W:--MiWAin-- Jl2A VvJJjjIni Jil3 VUT JI IPM 1. 1 lLOJ vliJZ JiT llHl: o ; - . . - ,- ' .,.,-!.. . i .... JPPIILA.Dtell.lPI-HA., . WIi33iSri5SDA.Y9 MAEOH 31', 18G0. j VOL. V.-No. CO. DOUBLE SHEET TIIREE CENTS. Xiiis CHOLERA Deprived of Its Horrors by Purifying and Enriching the Blood. XOW IS THE TIME TO USE A I-REVEXTIVE. There Is None Equal to Helmbold's Highly Concontrsi';ed Fluid Extract Sarsaparllla. TTTE OHOLKRA '7 to defective vhallration ol the bl d, and whon the blood iOgJS lti I UFK C1IVINO rOWK.R, I iHlcannon relaxation of the contractile now em of the 1 b'i" dveuiui 01 tho OikijI. and the intestines open tlulr J .nvrlad b' d retell, and l the albuminous or flcsh 111aklnK material passes-oil from tho hunuls IllKK AKII lir.AM 11 V lil-OOU KESISIS TISESE, i And while tbeicniny he no occasion for alarm, those XI imj lire blwu (ire mott name to sui.tr. IMIII ll'lil lillll nun mill j 1 1 1 1 jiiiu unit linn 111111 HIIIUIIUIUHHU huh nun nun ni'ii mill HUH HHi...

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. — 21 March 1866

TEE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 18GC. LITERATURE. Nakbativi of an Expedition to th Zavdbri akd its Tributaries, ahd of tdi Disoovrrt OF THl LAIE8 BhIRWA AMD NTA8SA, 1848-1864. By David and Charlee Livingstone. Harper A Drothere, New Tork. rhiladelpeie agaU, J. B. Lipplncott & Ce. A larjre, well-printed volume of 619 pages, pro fusely filled with engraving, contales the ex perience of the Livingstone brotbera daring a eo)OHrn of alx yeara in the wilds ef Africa. The work la written in a atyle of didaot'.o forco, yet each eveni of the expedition la chronicled with a minuteness which would mal that of Fra Thillp or Brother Afjuilar. It la not our pur pone to follow the travellers through the wild tract, to stand with them in the caneerakc, to watch the alligators port, to bestride with them the half-tamed .ebra or gnou, and hunt with tbem the lion, the leopard, or the antelope. Our buaincas ia not with thoir journey, but with the record ot it. Those ...

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. — 21 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1866." CITY INTELLIGENCE I For Additional City Intelligence tee El .nth Ptui. I I I - , p. I ... Police Items. Henry Williams and Charles Warner hnd a hearing at tha tVntral Blation yesterday on the charRO of hotel rob bery. The accused lodged at the hotel No. 029 Market street, about two wecVs ajo, occupvln took No. 21. Iu the course or th night room No. 23 was entered ana robbed of some clothing and money. The accused lelt the hoUl tne next morning, and a few davg ago were arrested on another charge. They were held to answer the charge last preferred. . t Joseph Brooks aod George Brooki, colored men, were arretted yectcrday on the charge of Bteahnfr law books from the building No. 708 Wafnut street, -w hich, U occupied for olllccs by members 1 the liar. The aceased bad access to the rooms to sweep them and to make fires, and books have disappenrrd Irons several, ot the rooms -within a tew weeks. None of them, how- evi...

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. — 21 March 1866

7s published every afternoon (Sundays troepted) at No. 108 & Third ekeet. Price, Three Oent Per Oopy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per Week, payable to Oie Carrier, and m8ed to Subscribers mUofOie oily at Nine Dollar Por Annum One Dollar and Fifty Cent for Two Months, invariably in advance for tft period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisements in aU of our Edition, they must be formarded to our office not later thmn It o'otock each Morning. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 18C. Tie Philadelphia and South era Steamship Line). W publish elsewhere in oar Issue to-day an appeal to the merchant- and capitalist! of onr city, from tbe.Directors of tha Philadelphia and Southern Steamship Company. The address Is one which merits the careful consideration of eur citizens. It sets forth that aix hundred and thirty thousand dollars hare bnen sub scribed to the stock of the Company, the eon- uiliuu ui huo muauii;biuu ulih bu.b ivui uuva of steamers shall be run from this port to Wil mingt...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 March 1866

The Philadelphia nnd Ron thorn Mad Steamship Conywny. We, tlio nndorsignod, directors of ino Milladr-L phla and Southern Mall Stoamshlp Ctpnv, Je tire to make ihe followias; publio gtatotnont and appeal : i feix bandret and 'hlrty thousand dollar! have been subscribed to the stock of the company, the oacTtton of tbesaboiiptia boliif that feur linei Of iteamors thall L rnn lion thii port, Tia s to "WTmlnKton, Charleston, Savannah, . and eir Orltans. 1 It is of the nrnast importance that all theso linet should be ostaU'ishod iu a aianner to render thorn profitable end pcimaaet; lor upon their self-sup-pert and couttnaaaoo largely depem'i the whole future coramoiee et riil'adolphia with that region of Oar ceantry soath of the Cane of the Delaware. To aecona those objocts, we boliere the company should own not ies than cilit propt llors, or enough to make weekly trips to and from the first thrue lamed porta, and f ami-monthly, or, if possible, Weekly Irlpa to and from New Orleans. We be...

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. — 21 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1866. BANKS AND CURRENCY ABROAD. Ftrtkr Views by Baron J mm el Rtb child Tk ClresU i'lnamelvr'a Oplnloa f Monetary Affairs. An imperial coromlsMon aavlng tome time since aneemblrd is Ferlsortae purpose of elicit ing news from pronlnent bankers In regard to the state of tie flnaices, sad eHSccially la re gard ta the itatui of tbe Banks of France and England, Baron James de Rothschild was culled pon to give hia opinioaa abont European finances. The following Is the latest report of tbe examination, which was still progressing on tb.e6tb.inBt.: rrepident So jsm think there has been a littie excess, eiiher because the resources ef the coun try, created by labor and economy, have not been in proportion with tbe expenditure, or be cause the cirralation ef moaey Lhh been such in Europe that the long timi It takes to return has been out of proportion to the issne ot paper; that there have been ipsuet remaining unpaid owing to a...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH". PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 1800. CHAPTER OF CRIME. A MIW DE. rARKHAM HORROR ATROCIOUS MUR PER TnB REMAINS or TllEYIJTlH BURNED TO ASHES BT 1UH MCRDEBER. A cool, brutal murder took place near Line Tlllo, Wayne county, Iowa, on the night f the 12d of Feniary. The Tictim was a German, named George Klider, a single man, aged thirty yean, living alone in a house about half a mile distant from any olacr dwelling or aay road. The neighbors suspected a German neighbor, named llooijman, a the murderer, and on ar resting bin and qusiionluir h.ta in regard to the ininsincr man, the prisoner fainted, and cave some unsatisfactory answer in regard to him. His house was examined, aid large spot of blook were iound on the floor and wall of his room, and the whole preruii.es emitted a most sickening odor: lan;e quantities of human bones were found in ihe siaouldcrii? asbp,s of the tire-place. A lower, law wus found, but little disflrured, as was also large piece...

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. — 21 March 1866

THE DAILT EYENIlto TELE&RAFn. PHILADELPHIA, ' WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, I860. 8 CITY INTELLIGENCE Fer AiUlilienal Jocul JlerAS sm Third Fage. PHILADELPHIA M. E. CONFERENCE. SEVENTY-NINTH SESSION. SEVENTH DAY'S PROCEEDINGS. St. Gobb's Chuiicb Widnisdat ilORHina, lurch The Conference wm called to order promptly at 9 o'clock by Bishop Amos, Kellgitai exoroisoi were conducted by Key. Mr. Faxon. 1 he Journal oi the previous session was read and, arvroved. The reporter the Committee en the rhiladolpbia Hook Depository was read, showing; that tlie A mo elation was la a prospero us condition, aid tUat they bad purchased a nuilablo buiidma- in Arch street for the purposes et tbe body. Xhe report closed with be following resolutions: ficmhfd, 1. bit the thanks ofthe Conference are flae and nre btruby tendered to Iter, Satauei W. '1 aeiniia, lor the eiliclent aid anorded in securing tbe building to be kuown tut "Ike Juaibnd it t-plaeopal church Iwini of Philadelphia," aad to these gentlemen who...

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. — 22 March 1866

THE TEYJENIDTO A O VOL. V.-Ko. 70 PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 1SGG. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. THE STA1. : PRISONERS. Ji tC. ItIs and biriuwtit C. Clwy Jeff. IDavln' Opinion of I enlanlflm A. Blodern Vemlnn of thn it in 1'atble far. Fly ! th Oi-Ih l' n to "Take Prince Edward s ImIhiki, ad Iterjr the World" Habit and M.. ners of toe State Priaoner, F.i. Eiu Fortress Monror, March in. St. Patrick's Day having suggested the joint topics of the Irish people) ana FeutiiniHm, un oflicer under took, 1 am told, while cscort-.ii Jctr. Davis on HU Pal rick's Iv in his daily walk on tbe parapet, to extract trom mm his views of the present Fenian movements. It is not the first time these inquisitorial gcnsditrmcs have sought to elicit his opinions on this subject. But this otlicer went at It in a mannr r in; her exceeding the usual brusque, roiurhshi.id, no, to say boor ish, style of some ot them. "Don't you think the fciii'.ins a great poser?" asked this man of shoulder strap-i. "Homo ot t...

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. — 22 March 1866

TFE tfW YCEK PEESS. EcHcrlal Opinions of the Leading tttirels L pen the Most Import .tr.i Topics of the Hour. COM MM D lyiBT I'iY Mil IVEHIKO TKLEGHAP.'I ivtr-l lilitics ni roi." Frivi the Tribvve. II Oeueral Dunks bad wa'cd n litj- or twj, lie v iriij-Uhavo lojiid au illunruiiou lor his gloritl- alien ppierli r.v.ra surstiTO than any perhaps in ihe nmivdious arro of lacts about national jnopirfcd with winch he startled Congress. Ho v.nid hnvo found the money column in hia niou.ing newparxr leading oir with the an l.m lucnient "cvfn-tbuticB at par." Sonata lullv tame this Mutenient, that people nceepicd It w a matter O! course; an ordinary consequence t iii.tional existence; a mere tinnnol? 1 growth. Y t, wfieu we look at it closely, we Bnd that this lc teuttiice, quoted closely, Irom a comuier tiu) report, "fcieven thirties at par," is a remark able illustration ol nationality. V hero are the wise men who told us with so many warnings that the national loan was iik n'ly the sliding...

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. — 22 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 18GG. CITY lisTK LLIG EN(JE I For A dditioru J Vity JuhUt-j.-nce steEl !.Ji I'uq . Bcildiko Improvements. Notwi h vtaoduiK the bipU juice ot building materials and the coutiuuea tiller nee in the waires ot mechanics, iTBaped in mini! of the branches of bouse Imililintr, the pro j ect of a brisk season was never iit'ltt-r than it uu w is at this time of year. .In all the unimproved portions of the city, preparations nre bu i.,: made tor the erec tion ol houses 01 various k nils. In the neigh borhood ot Filt rnili i.iil Jefferson streets, fifteen dwclllnus, 20 by t, are to be put up, and eighty also ou the r-fveu bounded by tenth, Eleventh, Columbia five.; n-, and Jtontoomcry streets. In the vicinity Soventl' and Berk streets, forty house are l" ,i crectkJ this Sum mer, some of which nre in !! threo'stories, and the others two Tories in I eight. On Spruce and Twentieth streets two i rsi-class houses are poinR up, 2'2 by 60...

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. — 22 March 1866

(Eventing (klcgtaiih T$ ii.n!iilv! ixny c'itnorn ( 'Aitidoj t til'U at No. S Ihnd ttrect. JV, TUrt-e J'er Cory (Liable Shirt), or Enhtem tenia JV.r )cii, jnt,nblf to the" Vitrrtr, onn tnnik'H i' SbbiK.rilit 01 I olthfvityat Nine DoUarn J'rr 4.t.um ; O-rt Dollar arid Fifty Cmi for Tmi Months, inxuruMn in adtww for the period ordered. THURSDAY. MARCH 22. 1800. Philadelphia and No lolk. It ia announced that iho Delaware R'ilro i'l is about to be put in comple e running onl-ir to a point on the ChesapBake B.iy, wboro a line of steamers will connect with if, an J opn a direct communication between this city an J Norfolk, rii'liidelphia will tlim ba pit ia relation, by a short route, with the whole rail road system ol Southern Virginia and North Carolina, as well as with Richmond and the railway ystcm contring Ther This will prove a most important addition to our means of Internal trade. Prior to the construction of the Delaware Railroad, or bo much of it as was first opened lor travel an...

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. — 22 March 1866

TUP: DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. FIIILADELPITIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, G0. F I IM E ARTS Great Sale of Fine Painting Tilth Sale of James S. Earle & Sons B. Scott, Jr.. Auctioneer. 1 For many year it wm lbs cant aneer of Kuropo tli at the girod of (no American woo.e for gold' wai o Inborn and Incrad cable that it wa Impossible lor the laukeeto r.eo to anything like an apprecia tion of b-antT m artistic turms. It wan a standi off J ok that Americans rnpardod all Btroarm, bo they never so I eantiiu', and a I waterfalls, howoror grsnd, as so much water rover) and valued the undulating landscapes at so much per no o. We can wi l aflord to look back over our Lislorr, short as it Ik, and dial lonpe the wor d to rival the (trout workr ot u-orul art that have tprnng Iroin the brain of our skilled artisan. Many ot tnoss leviathan and exqnljito pro duct otis are Jbomselrca works or art Of no ordinary merit. J he Louvre or Royal Acidomy has not a more mavniflcont picture than tho revolving cvlin...

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. — 22 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 18GG. AN INTERESTING PERSONAL HISTORY. The RoomtaUn Itevolntlon and W. Ro ftetti A Jonrnntlat, l'oUllclnsr, id HcvolntlonlMt.' The J'all Mall Gazelle o( the Ctb Instant has the (ollofflng:-r . "M. Ro&etti, described by Mr. Hcuter's apent nt UiictiBrest an 'a Ipurnaliet. who has several times been iniDiinonecl by order of Prince Cotiwi,' and who appear to have been at the head of the recret organization which succeeded in de throning that monarch, ha, bo oro now, played an important part in the atlairs ot his natiye land. It was HoHctti who directed the democratic revolution wuicn took place at Bucharest ou the 23d ol June, 18(8, and which led to the occupa tion ol the cny by the Turks. Ou that occa sion ltosctii old not demand the abdication of the llospodar; he tuoiip-nt it milTicieut to in a to him Mgn one ol tin so charters to wnieh so much importance u.-ed to be attached eighteen years ago, and tu appoint a new m...

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. — 22 March 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, T1TORSDAY, MARCH 22, .1866. Impoitant from the flnsatan Telegraph Expedition The Entire Route Explored -AII Donbti Removed. JFrofit the. Rochester Dai'y Union and Advertiter. March 19. To tliono who may at any time have enter tained doubt of the feasibility of constructing the telegraph line through llusnlan America and Asia to connect the two continents, the Informa tion ut received -JM. at once dispel their doubts. The rritirnTSibttitv of constructing a lino oter the entire route can no longer be qu tionrd. Colonel l'alnur hag received from 81. rrterpburjr a letter which plve very intcreMliiig intern ation. it is lr.-m Mr. 8. Abam, a ltnRiau pcntleman who resided in our t lty for a loin? time, and who wai iustly esteemed by all who knew him. Ho went to Rii'sla under the aus pices 01 the Tc'egrnpb. Company, and proceeded w ith a party to make examination for the route of the telecrraph through the reeion to the euet of Anuior river. He wr...

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. — 22 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING. TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 22, 18G6 IRELAND. ESCAPE OF JAMEa STEPHENS. Irish-Americans Aid Him. The British Government Again Set at Defiance by the Fenian Head Centre. WONDERFUL ADVENTURE. The New York Daihj News has let'ers from Ireland which profes to pive accounts ot tha enenpe of Heau Centre Stephens, of the Fenian Brotherhood, from British soil. We copy the material portion ol the correspondence: Dublin, March 8, 18iC Stephens has escaped I Will the lntclliirrnce be new to your readers, or ghall 1 simply be serving up a dish of crambe re petite bv retailing tt? I cannot tell; bat this mnch I do know, that while the news of the Head Centre's escape is not even yet eenerallj known In this cltv, there are not fifty men iu Ireland able to supply the particulars. It wui only on thU evening that the simple faot ol his departure was permitted to be bruited about, and up to the present Instant, not a line ot in. formation n the subject, save an Intimatio...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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