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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 March 1866

THIS KYIEMIN H A. O VOL. V.-No. 11. HILA.DELIPJEIIA., IPHIDA.Y, MARCH 23, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. LEGAL INTELLIGENCE. fCFBIM CoUKT AT NlRI PRIES Justice TLcmpson. The President, Managers, and Com- fimy of the Frankford end Bristol Turnpike mpny vs. The Philadelphia and Trenton Itailrcad Company. An action to recover dam ages lor the destruction of a bridge ot plaintiffs over the Neshamony creek by fire occasioned by parks escaping Iron) a locomotive of defendants, H bemg alleged that the locomotive was not provided with a proper spark-arrester, liotore reported. Verdict for deiendmits. Timothy O'Connor and Catharine O'Connor, his wile, vs. Timothy Conchlir. An action to recover dumaget for an aliened malicious prose cution of Mrs. O'Connor on a charge of larceny, on the trial of which the wus acquitted. On trial. homicide caseg abram9' ca8i. Court of Oyer ni Terminer aso Quarter Sessions Judges Ludlow and Pierce. The Com monwealth vs. Words Abram.-. Indictment tor the murder...

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. — 23 March 1866

TEE DAILY EVENING TELEGKArn. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MAftCH 23, 18CC. THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Lead Via Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. C0V111.ID IVERT BIT FOB BVEN1NO TELEGRAPH. The Profundities oi finance frcm the Jrihunt. TLc Controller of the Currency, wbo i one of the financial Btitlioritlos of the times, gives tbe following lucd commentary on the cll'ect of a lorelgn 1'iun, upon which ho has recdvpd tho compliment oi the Chronic' and others ol our contemporaries: ''As to the oition In rcforct.eo to a 'oniiu loan, it wiulU, iu iny view, 11 curried into ellvct, bo a; most tuicHittl 11 bonds aie soul abroad tbe price would i.o tHud, ol o urse upon tbn uroseiit currency rate ol txibr.i e, c'nn-quer.tl the (jovemmont would n Ci iv about ?() in void tor each 8100 in bonds, pkjibe iu pold, with semi-annual interest, also iibvible in pold in arldl ion to exclianiro, commis f ii ete etc. And u aoditon, it tlie Uoverniirmit M.ou d sell it bond ab...

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. — 23 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGIUPII. PHILADELPHIA, f FRIDAY, . MARCH 23, 1866. CITY INTEhlIGEflUE For Addition CWy lnliUig-i $ee Eighth Pag'. The First Nation a i. Bank A Mag nificent Establishment Tun First Banking iioubb in thm Country . Tn buny ber-htve of workmen In tlie basement 01 tho "old bitildintr at tlie roruT ot ErtttiKlin l'luce aud Ohosnut street, once known as tho Ertiuklin House, and more recently an th Si. Lomfj, aio enframed lu the prepaiatorv mens ires ior ihe eroctiou of tlie new and (.pleudid edinvj t.i be used as tbo bBtikinij hoii ,c ol the I i.L National Bank of tins city. Tlie style ol mc ;n lecture la to bo Roman Doric, ana the front it.id principal bnild liitr, which Is ot massive CJ.tir -y granite, will be two stories in beiiht, a; ii . xtead on (.'riesnut street C8 lect by 14") on c'ri. iklin street. The back building vi'll extend l u eet further noitti, along Frank'ni street. Tin- iovVcr flvorot the maui building will be otXii;ii d as the banking house proper. ...

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. — 23 March 1866

TIIB DAILY EVENING ' TELEGRArn. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, ' '"MARCH 23, 18C0. Jt fvldthcd irny af crncon (sundoyo excepted) at No. 108 Ihird tired. JV'VfJ'TW Qerd Per Wpy (Rouble SJicti),' or Eighteen Cent Per joyahle lo Vie' Carrier, and mailed to Substr&et cvi of (lie city at Nine lottars I'er ittt.vm ; One Dollar and Fifty Cent for Two A'ontlw, invariably in adooiee for the perwd ordered. ' , ' To insure the Insertion of Aaoeriiaemmtt m all ol out Edition, Vicy must be foitoarded to our oilke not later titan 10 o'clock each Morninq. FIMDAY, MARCH 23, 1808. The Political Piospcct. Jfon tlio next seven months the State of rcnnsylvania will continue to be excited over the political conflict which will take place In October next. The party leaders will ba marshalling their torces, and .their ranks will be gradually filling with the good citizens of tie Commonwealth. There can be no half way measures, no compromise. Each must be either with us or against us ; and now, at the very outs...

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. — 23 March 1866

- : i THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADltLPIIIA, FRIDAY, MAItCII 23, 18G0. "SINGULAR TRAGEDY ON TH PLAINS. Attempt to Murder P.iMaiirr of n Ovitlnl Ntt lu Yaaln Hnd Uu MH-Birer Killt ttntl l'to Woandtd. Our columns on Sunday contalnod a Very brief iU in, copioU iroro an Atchmon (Kansas) papor, in ruiatiou to a tiaed on t e Flams mo turn 01 whion ia oi wi, in tltn ituntii.n .' ..... , -. .. n i " "i ' v vi iujb sriuig J iiiw mil I ra. i several ol the in i tic pants, wno readied ne ' city ou yeitorday, e are p...oed in possoksioU or full rr"tu M. lbo nil air is lingular and dus jxrnte butuuu anv n hus ever Di-eu our lot to cnrutiioiui . . The Ovtirland Mail saeonthe Dr iver City and -Atclusou route iott the 1'orniHr place ou the lltu innt., Wild live. ttHM)ii(jt m, naiuey P, lridehimr. of Call l Liu; Augustus cums,' of t. Louis E. eUin ball, O' Cjutrai Cit, t o orauo: W. W. lurlo, ot Hoover ; aiid oi.e Fiwdunclc ilcushlid, the last bum a Gem an, wao npo.e P.ugiiso well, but wbo.'e ...

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. — 23 March 1866

THE DAILY . EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MAKCII 23, 18uG. Ann. Vj war. lhc rriif-rrablo elnys come? not aonin, hetl not tlic&e viae tne vtoe t.f nil t'.io wor'rf ! 1 he snriBUinr burners of tlio sun have furle i Over n mtiFc niru empire, Mormcel in vains Anil rente hath ionic to hurveMs und to irraves. blflxm ol wrath Bnd victory, and wild whi' AUnrui; eye, ( tiium nevermore our braves, Whom souls u e wBtcli-lliTg end our aiser slRrs; Vho: e ouih e mourn ne.t: they the aces' sire.i, And wc but children. O sleep well their Ores, Where Miaw haih earned the privilege of time, Where Lwin, lke a lion, la.v sublime, His promise o'er him. Earth aud skies liear their memorial, like, Freedom, risp ! Kan a O Donneil. RECONSTRUCTION. Universal Snfl'raffcnnd XJn llmitctl ICinliic.s. Henry "Ward Ecccher's Lecture at tlia Academy Last Evening." A 'tcr the flattering enthusiasm that followed h's Introduction oad suosidod, Ucv. Houry Ward lit echo.- spoko mutant ally as fol.ows: For...

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. — 23 March 1866

v.jitmialmmmimM n i,swa,, ,wa, wimii,wmiM an an im mwrn ww.ni w nam m nas nww a n . a-wwa "' ' ia u TIIE DAILY EVENING rTELEGIUPn.PniLADPRniA;: FRIDAY; MARCH 23, jlG. I EX ICO. THE GUERILLA ATTACK ON TUB BRLQ1AH TiilBASSY. City ok Mkxico, Mnrch 8. The Kolcrlan em tassv took leavo oi their jVliijosties last evening;, anil it-it yi'Htoruiiv by iiiiiironca lor Vera Cru., m order 10 luko passage lit the North Atnerb an . packet ol the Htii instant. Unfortunately, before tbu eiillgpiice 1iad ariivud lit liio trio, it was topped by a baud oi brigands. The members oi tut? Belgian, mission, who worn, accompanied I j thr. e or loursuhln-is wi'.hln and outside tli-j vehicle, took immediate steps to tleMnd them Delves wlKTPtipon the brtsjaiidn skeibuldlod witli pr cip.tute hnste. not ocloru they had tired oao vollr ( by which Cnptfim D'H iari and General Four undtwo otlir per-oti'i were Killed. liie Fame' evening notice of the occiirretii-o WhH teceived iu Mexico City, and his Maiosty Ihe Kmpe...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 March 1866

THE DAILY ETENINfe TELEGtlJUg.frfllLADBLPmAy FRIDAY, MARCH 26, ' I860. 8 FIFTH EDITION PENNSYLVANIA MILI TARY CLAIM BILL. IT PASSES THE HOUSE OF HEP RESENT ATIVES . $700,000 TO BE REFUNDED TO THE STATE. Hpeelal to Tbe Evening Telegraph. The bill to refund seven hundred thousand dollars to Pennsylvania for the payment of her militia ofl863 hag Just passed the House. Ayes, ); nays, 36. EUROPE. CLEANINGS FROM THE PAPERS. THE PRIVATEER SCARE IN SPAIN. GEORGE N. SANDERS IN TROUBLE. FENIAN FACTS AND RUMORS THE CHILIAN WAR. Sailing of Peruvian Iron-Clad for the i'aclllo rue trlvateerlnc male, Madrid (March 0) Despatch to London Press. It is stated that the Peruvian ships Independence and IJuitBcar nave proceeded direct to tbe taeiBo, lor the pui pose of taking- tart in the approaching straggle between Spain and Uio allied republics of Chili and fern. ALAKM OV SHIPOWNERS TBAN8FEBES CB OF BP AN" IB1I TBA1XE. From the Bayonne Courier. The oclaration of war against Spain by Pern has bad a most...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 March 1866

J I . .1 Ed3-M o VOL. V.-No. 1?. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 18G0. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. ( 1 A IL PA II 111 XIIK CHOLERA Deprived of Its Horrora by Purifying and Enriching tho Blood. jvow isrnEHAtE 10 Cse a rnErEn.rz. There Is None Equal to Helmbold's Highly Concentrated Fluid Extract Sarsaprllla. THE CnOLF.R.V ' defective vltallzatlon ol the Mod, and when the blood losia Hi LIFE GIVING rOWtB, , tloanses relaxation of the contiaciilo power of the 'Hmdvetieit ol tbe body, and the intestines open their myriad bhx d rettelt. and ail Die alhumiuous or Uesh mak Ing material itmi off from the bowels WHV AtiT) HF.ALTTIY BLOOD M'SIBTS DISEASE, And while i here may be no ocenslou for alarm, those of it ure iittmi are moat Uublo to xui er. unit inn niiii lnia mm i.n.i huh una iiun mm unHHUiiaiiiirt huh iii.n IlHit MH:1 H Hll HUH HH4 HHrt liUU L.UU IN THE Prr.lNO ilONTdS iho system naturally unteitoi'K a eliiiiiKC, and H I 1 :., HOLD S UKJIILY CONtl'.N'll.ATI.K lXI'llUT nf tjAIWAVAKIL...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGHAPIJ. rillLADELPIIIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 1866. TEE NIW TOEK PEESS. Ectktcricl Opinions of the Leading Jtutrats Upcnthe Most Import t tr.t 1 cf Ics of the Hour. COKML1D EVlTtY TAT tOU IVEMWO TKLEGRAFII. The Pa. is Conterenoc. . ' 'From the Tribune. The revolution In tho Dnnubian Principalities (Moldavia aod Walachta) tlioiiKh lastlna onlv a few hours, and allecting poaco neither at home nor abroad, hR8 appeared sufficiently srrave to the ?reat powori ot Europo to cause thorn to airreo without hesitation upon the Immediate convocation or a European ConsreBs. Tbe revo- lution took place on February 23, and on March 10 the Conference of tho representatUei of the European powers held its first meeting at Tans, under the Presidency ol M. Droiiyn de Lhuys. Wo bare as yet uothtnjr but vasrtie rumor conceniinfr the intentions of tho Great Powers, Ihc Diet ol the Principalities ha awUn declared In an cinphatio manner its desire lor their per manent union. At tho forme...

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. — 24 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 186G. SPECIAL PARISCOtlRESPOKDENCE. Vo the Editor of the Evening lelrffraph' ! 1ahis, Manti 9 18U MUI SEPORT8 LATELY SrUKAD ABOUT in PARIS. Reports have been spread about dnrinit the last I few days to the effect in at orders had boon given for U tbe troopi garrisoned in Paris to bold themselves ready to marcliat a moment' notice, and all the barrack! to be strictly eiaiOc.l. This aocmed as If the Government feared an outbreak ot soma sort. The truth Is that Marshal Cr.nrobert.Commandor-in-('hlof of the Army at 1 at , had Issuod tbe above ordor, but merely as a pieca-itionary measure in eate of an excitement on ace not of the strong de bates in tho Corps Log a If These precautions have i.-:e more harm than (rood. 1 hey alarm (though hut for a moment), the respectable ioitiou of toe ci , without overawing the evil di-ipowa. Tbe dispute between M u. Rentier and O'als Bizoln bas bad no ui.p eiisant oonsequenoos. fccandal mo...

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. — 24 March 1866

4 THE DAILY. EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 24, 18GG. (S-rcitinn S-clttapil 1 iit.:iih'i i r t j rfav( cn (irr.cVjt excepted) at No. lib 'third htred. Price, Time Cert Per Ccri KT'cuhie Mat), or Eiqbtlcn Cents Fir 1'Vti, joytiVe to tit Varr cr,'cnd mtttteO to Suluulvi vi l of the city at Nine Dollars tit Itt.i.ri ; Cr Fdlor ortd Fitly Cents tor Two t'tntt.f, h.rnriahiy in odufw for the peruxt T wnurv Hie Jnsa tion of Aacertisement in a I 0 our LdiliCHK, tfieymurt be forwarded to our utj.ee not takr Uian 10 o'c'ook each Morning. 8ATUKDAY. MARCH 24. 18CC. The Steamship Ltacs to the South. TnB3 waa a time when ThUadjlphla w w the It nding port id this country, when nor merchants coinrmuiled the (-lima tnde, and when the nio.it mariiitleont ships s died oat or our hnrbor and sailed back , again from fur thest Ind, laden with the spoils of the East. But how have we fallen from that high estate I "We doubt if there is a Blngle ship trading dii ectly between this place and...

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. — 24 March 1866

mm litMmf'n-MitmmmmmmiimmimwmmmmtmMiiitamHimi i hh.iim .., ,.,,..,, " ., .,--,..--, ., .. , , .i,,,-..,. ,M1IJ,, - TMtl -tth-iwh ma imimihi'wii i -an irtmianiur rn r m -lm-n-rr i i r -nitnr ir it iimiiiiiiimi n mim ian whmwiiiiiiiw hi mi i i nm - n imr irm - i nm inn i n mi nmna ' """'I'liiaiUMi I, ,n X , I ... CITY ITEMS. A. Choice t tr CnnnmtlTs-Te Gut WU I ! Wh Jftmt be Ione, Aud How I Do It-ThM Coarse Mast be PnrwaeU or Death will Ftltw-Ir. Naheuck'a (on tae of TrenlniMit LM Down to Car a Jirtd Cam est or C.tnmirtiptloa. A PLAln STATEMENT OF FACTS. WbCe oflering ni colobratod inodiotuoi to tho fTIictod, I Icol that I present to tho puhUo notnlng novel or strange. ,- 1 ho sincon ot my medicines in tho euro ot Ful monary Complaint is too weU ostablldiod to admit tikoptlclm; hirflot ij too curtain to require ny combat nth that ) rojudico which usually EMails tho introduction of a now artioio to tho public If the pationt wl'l persevere and follow th direo t oua which accompany each,...

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. — 24 March 1866

c THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRArn.--PniL;ADELPIIlA, ' SATURDAY,' MARCH' 24,1 1866. K UMBER LX. PirT FOR MENTM. DYSfHrTICB, AND A CUBE ion tT-rociiOHaBiA, iiY-rocRtsr, or art cnnrLAisT op a t orpeb. hy ouu 8;citri:H jditoji Al .nNA13 Al DIAKTi shout mktuk-illooiCAi. onaEBVATioas roa Tan WKAX. Matrrti. JfOBIny. If) tho people of Texas not boini suf lloicntly r count luctcd, in tho opinion ot Unole Sam, to entrust tlit-m with stamus, thoy start a Tout Offico on their own account. A rebellion m on the tapis on account of there bolng no Stamp act. Tueadny, an, Mr. Hubbard, of Now York, in thn House of representatives at Washington, makes a speech, in which he recommorjd Mr. Ureolcy to cry "On to Bpocle Payments t" or we wul toon be unable to purchase food. This Mr flu. ban! is a Ron of Mrs Hubbard, whose doe Had to go "without a bone," and bare cup boards ho deprecates. , Wtdnrtiinr, 21 Firomoh In Convention, for the purposo of inducing the Mate Uouso Bell to stiifce for fires, while they pr...

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. — 24 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 21, 18GG. THE IIOI'NIMIUHTER. Iliirrted find auxloii, harassed with can1, , Blalka be. aloiip: through street and through equare, Wistfully glancing, each side of thb way, Eagerly looking lor some pla-e to stay. Trembl.ng his limb, and ready to tail, Bloodblot his ejes. his cheek deathly pale. Though with tlio sun his task has begun, Now, close to night, his work.' vet undone, Wipes Irorn his brow the cold beading sweat. Cries In despair, "Theje's nothing to lot!" 'Mothlng to let 1" bis courage benumb What will be do when nioviae-dar romes f Where can he house himself and his chicks? No home for them In this "desert of bricks." Must, Arab-like, they be lodced in a tent, Or, iu some tenement-house, closely bo pent, Nebucbadnezzer like, turned out to grass,. Wandcribg outcasts, Ishmaels f alas I Grief is too much for his o'erbnrdened brain; Strive? he 'gain.t fate, but yet all In vain. Tunis he to rest, where wine sparkles bri...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 March 1866

i 8 B, SCOTT, JR., AUCTIONEER. CATAIiOQUE OF J;WFS S. EABLE & SONS1 EII'TII Gil RAT HALE OP VALUABLE ORIGINAL AM EMC AN AND FOREIGN OIL PAINTINGS, Purchased by and Paired to the orlor of Mil. JAMES M. EAULE, From ori:,'inal Sketches prepared exclusively for hiin. . ' AiLpn"? the artiste represented are: CAHL litUXKR, MKVIOIl VON MKEMKV, SON MANN,. , jtxius.ucHNUR, PROF. JODKOAN, IfK.V. RONNKR, DIELJUNA'S, Jl I). LKWIS, n. HKRZOtt, ' NlLLKEIt, IIOSCII, LASCII, SCIILICHT, St HON, TESKATF, ED WARD MOKASi KCWASSY, P(JL WluUEIt, GOODAM, IIIUDKlilAKN, WBUNKK, II. EARL, . V. Ij. SONNTAG, LITSCIIAUKU, C. IIOGUKT, 8A.LKNTIN, TUIUUKIii IIILLKMACXIUll, CAItABAIN, FAtLKXKK. W. 1.. VAN STARKENBCUGII, J. N. T. VAN 6TAUKKSIBURO. This Collection ie.f nperior to that oflered by JAirKS 13. TJARLE & BONS at their last ale, ami will take equal rauk with the most re nowned Galleries' of Njew York and Boston. The rictures are all now, all very elepantly framed, and in perfect order. They will all...

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. — 26 March 1866

TM JLM AFMo H A 11 M YQL. V.-No. 13. EtlLA.DELX'ECIA., MONDAY, MARCH 26, 18G6. DOUBLE SIIEET-TimEE CENTS. THE GREAT FIRE IN CINCINNATI. Total Detraction or Ptka Opera nonn An Cnltre llloek lf dtrojerl Atlnmt Kipren Office, ihe "Enqnlrer" OMco, nod Other lini-ft I-Htnhiivlimeuta I0 tryel Immcunx I.nsMca Incidents Qikod Accidents, l.tv. from the Cincinnati Evening Ti.r.e, of Friday, Cne oi the greatest cilaniiti:s our city had lately know n is compiled iu tlio uisjttor whicli, uuder ttie covei ol riarki.ciB, viMtea our city last rigsit. Mer chants kiid manufacturers iray build and inve-.t their capital, and thodrs.ru-'. ou of t'.io r pretm cs ) a fad lo-3 md id. Yet, but lew ir.in engage in aa enteipiue involving the ont.uv 01' humi. .'t;s ot tliouMHiiuH oi doilr-m, whore tho re.urn u ol an un certain character, and to a grout extent dopouds on coming Loirs which rre as cnangcible as the md. in tli buildmp ot the opura house, wo may well believe tliut 51 r. Fike hrd in view tho er.cio...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 March 1866

TDE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MARCH 2G, 1866. THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. CC:riLID KVEKT DAY FOR BVEN1XJ TELEGRAPH. Contraction of the Cuirrncr Mr McCul loch and Congress. Profit the Time. 1 The Socrctary of 'he Treasury enconnters opposition frcm two parties, differhis widely Id their motives, but having a common interest in the defeat of bia plans. The popor-tuoney theo rists nnd th.T guinblinir speculators are all gainst him. The former, failing to distinguish between the transient prosperity produced by currrnry inflation and the true prosperity which results lrom trade conducted on a healthy baMs, refuse to vest Iti the Secretary an authority which may be exercised adversely to their theory. Tho gamblers, who proBt most when aioet the oouBtry sutlers, are naturally anxious toirustratea policy desitrued to benetlt huoat industry by putting down tho wild spirit of speculation rngo...

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. — 26 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MARCH 2G, 1866 CITY INTELLIGENCE I .For Additional City InteUtgence see Eij..,i lw, , Fksian Demonsthatioh. On Saturday iRht, the ('Irwin mooting of a sertp wa held 1)7 tho Feiiinn Erotbr-rhm.rlln the Academy of Hume, ymte a litrfic number oi porwona were present. Mr. Stephen J. Mcuiiy was the first ipeimer, and hi address was on the "Situation. " It wan hu eloquent eilort, designed to show that the situation In lrclr.ud is held hy Jame Mepiirns, flud in Ainrr.cii by John O'Mahonv, and that it lrivliniou tmu'iph. tliom with trio mews ot war, Ireland will herself booh hold the situation. It wiia iu impossible lor uny Of ikt true sons to hornet Lneliiiid's pcraeeuliouB as 1t would he to loipivf them. Thev are in delihly marked upon every Irishman's heart,' and neither time nor oireuniKtance cun cti'ace them. Mr. Menny rid let led the idea that Ki.planrl wua to be leached through Can.uta, Jflmes yteplu-iis had never entertained it tor ...

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. — 26 March 1866

4 TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, MARCH 20, 18CG. w toting Meppli Is published every afternoon (Sundays txoepted) at No. 108 S. Third street. Trice, Three Cent J'er Oopy (Double Slieet), or Eighteen Cents Pet Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of Vie city at Nine Dollars Per Antivm t One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in fidoance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Adeeriisemenls in all of our Editions, they must be forvnarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. MONDAY. MARCH 26, 1866. The Advantage ot Trarel Between North and Mouth Wb hear of imjroved railroad accommoda tions in the Southern States; we are told that the rolling stock destroyed by war Is being net more supplied ; that the busy works of Noiihern mechanics are furnishing locomo tives: cars, and all the paraphernalia so Indis pensable to comfort in these luxurious days ; atid when we hear of this retura of the good times of...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
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