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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 29 March 1866

ran VOL. V.No. . 76. :pi-ii:ladeli3i-iia., thuksday, march 29, i&gg. DOUBLE SIIEETT1IREE CENTS. n LL II A II A II MM 13 I! O, HA II UUo i WORLD OF FASHION. Milliners' and Mantuamakers' Modes for Spring. VERNAL OPENINGS OF OUR LEADING MODISTES. Keweat, Prettiest, and Best Things in( Bonnets, Hats, Dresses, Cloaks, Jackets, Etc. THE PHILADELPHIA LADY'S VADE-MECUM. 32tO. XStO. X2tO. 2t0.s XStOa Spring, of all others, Is the season In which fashion Is moHt Interesting. Wo have a bright sun to display the varied tints, we have fine weather for our belles to display themselves. All over the world which, fashion civilizes spring is the time when new ideas seem to ' germinate in the minds of fashion's approved and authorized ministers. : Religion first instituted this spring court; of fashion, and in -Paris consecrated Passion Week to the fiats ol the important court that directs ,;the feminine world. Longchamps, under the imDrovements of the ! great architectural Emperor, has vanished,...

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. — 29 March 1866

THE NEW YORK PRESS.' Editcrlnl Opinions of the Leading k'curr.als lpcn the Most Import ant Tcplcs of the Hour. cOMru.ic'r.vir.Y bat ion lvlniso telegraph. The Strugsle In CortTsrcticut-The Lesson ol the J ay. From the Tim'i. Whatever bo tlio result of the contest lu Con necticut, tbo provokiiu? niwriaelo witnessed tLere will not bo aiUiO'it its wne, if it lend tha Union part; to study tb'c eouar-quoitces whleli the action of tbe radiculsln C.'ontirrps must in evitably produce. A Sluto which, throughout the. war, has on every occasion stood by Uuioa candidates and contiibuted Its fall Bhnro to tlio triumphs of the Union party, iu to-day in Jeopardy. And it is no because the radicals have insisted upon fightincr out the fight on the line of their entwine;, and because the candi date whom they huvo male their etan lard' bearer does his utmost to dicuust and alienate conservative men by introducing Into the can Tass the views and tactics of the radicals at Washington, The mistake which ...

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. — 29 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH". PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 18GG. (JITY INTELLIGENCE Fot Additional City Intelligence see Ei ..n i'a; Interesting doBBKsroiJDEjfCE Tln o I lowintr interesting correspondence bet the Corresponding Becrptary ot the Ladles' Union Association tor tbe Uenelit ot Sick and Wounded Colored bold .era and General B. F. Butler will rpeak lor lteell': Ko. 804 Uodmaw St , rniLADA. , Doe. 11, 1SC5. Major-Uenoral 11. jr. Ilutlor Kespcctod Umoral, At Corresponding Secretary ot the Radios' Union Association, fortnod in l'lnladolpliln for the boneflt of mok and wounded oolorod soluiors, tbe duty do rolvei upon me to appuso von that, at a recant fair of the .Association, the accompanying Ttraonts were among the principal features of attraction, to be rotfd to Ucncrala Cirani, buormau, Hhoridan. or Butler. The simple performance ' a duty is generally at tended with, satisfaction and pleasure; but In tlio present insui ce it 'S with more than ordinary satis faction an...

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. — 29 March 1866

ex .t It pvblifhcd evfry afenwon (Sunday excepted) at No. 108 fy. Jhird Mreet. Pr'ce, Three Cent Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per Yi'rel,, icy able to the Currier, and mailed to Subeciibers out of the city at Nine Dollars Per Ant.um ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for 1joo Months, invariably m adcavce for the period ordered. Jo itisure the Insertion of Attertisemmls in all of our Editions, they must be foi-iranled to our office not la'er than 1(1 o'clock each Morning. TIIUKSDAY, MARCH 2;1, I860. Democratic Duplicity. TnETtK car bo no doubt that tho hopes of that party which, in tho North, opposed ttie Administration of Mr. Lincoln, have been very much raisod by tho supposed sympathy of President Jounsou with the views they take as to the Federal Constitution, and the powers of the Executive and Congress under it. They did not vote for Mr. Johnson. They, in lact, regarded him as a reni-gada from their ranks. They charged him with infidelity to his life-loner principles as ...

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. — 29 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MAKCH29, ' 1866. I" 1 A AMFTSEMENTS. MMtrnm Compi.imejtt The nnmpron admirers fI the popular and talented Mia Annto Ward tondor nor a complimentary tentimoiual, to lako place to Morrow evening, at tne New Chesnut 6reot The, tre. Ine biU tor the occasion la tho moat attractiye one ot the Beaaon, boi ng the Cotlren Dawn, which will be presented in all ltn marnificcnce of acnnery nd wordertnl mechanical cflocta. Mrs. Sophlu (Timber Kuhn has kindly Toiuntrpred for the occa sion, and will rereontite the ro-tlc and beamlful 'Colloen Itawn.'' a character In which it is douotml Ifanerjaaan equal. We learn that this will poi liTely be the lat appearance ot Mr. Ku'in. a phe is Dont to retire trom the Majre. The publio and the protcralon have much to reirrnt in no irreBt a loaa. 1 he eyor popnlar and ircncron Frank Drew has also llndly roluntocrcd, and will Rive additional lustre to the performance bv hfa wlmatnhlo impersonation oi "Mylea-ii...

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. — 29 March 1866

i 6 A Yankee jtincld. ThcWlnslod Herald has "done" the fourth book ol the Ruciri into "modem American," which would provoko the risibles of tlio soberest admirers ot the Miiiituan bard. Only to thin of the classic Dido diaclosini; to sister Anna her passion tor yKiietit alter this fashion: ''Siiivr, nir night aro tull of wild unrest, Tuis nico young mno luat' now stopping hero To my (1106.10:18 n growing dear; Celestial is Ins origin, I know; fuch foarle-s aoum don't emanate nolow. ' Vy grief. wMat suvaie flxhts that man has fit, And how pout eel lie cau gi't up and nit, 'HI tiadu't vowud uot to love aiAin, I'm uot quito certain but 1 should oav in, Nueo poor uear Sio was slew by brothor Fyg, For no live man 1 ever cared a fl. l 111 unto f aitluge fl is brave hero camo -l'nt now I swiui I foel tno ancient Bainn; But with my parent' dust I w ,md be mixed, r with the tnundorbolts of Jove tntnslixed, ltmore I'd bresk tuo laws of modesty, Or scandalize our rery best focioty ; Whiio poor...

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. — 29 March 1866

THE DAILY' EVENING7 TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA ' THURSDAY, MARCH 29, i860. " Oysters at JWldsnmmer. Tho oyster-eaters of England have been de lighted lately by an official report thai ovRters rodped from mid-channel are eatable In the height of summer. Of them breaks out into,tul enthusiastic acknowledgment: Oh, fnember lor'Colchesterl member for Shorehaml If oymti-r in June w may eat with decorum, ttreat hudoi to you, lor in truth we adore 'cm. From Septombor to March they're dollcious, bat far Than In month that are hotter, and months that arc r-less; An oystcrlcss June ia like an evening clgarless. So dsn the mid-ocean, wherein, like a cloister, Far Mumper and brinior, cooler and moi.itor, .Dwells, ready for London, the midsummer oyster. MISCELLANEOUS JOTTINGS. A mere matter of form Falso calves. A very foolish maxim Maxim-Man. Slang is eaid to bo the rago in the best society. Hon. John Van Buren has uBt returned from a visit to Charleston, South Carolina. Amusement for young ladies ...

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. — 29 March 1866

8 THE DAILY, EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, MARCH 29, 1866. The Cmllini Nrtrt Pylnir Oat Din bunding the Volunteer, Kte. Hamilton, C Wm March 28. Oiir.Govcrrimpnt Las received new light with regard to the Fenian intentions. Yesterday and to-day orders were isued lor immediately disbanding considerable numbers of yolunteer companies. Coming so soon after the organization of new companies, particularly of instructions to enrol all Govern ment employe at the capital between the ages of eighteen and iortv-nve, this last action ap pears somcwhut inexplicable. The only ex planation is that the authorities are in posses sion of information from which they do not anticipate Immediate trouble, at least, from the Fenian hordes. The lat signs of terror have de parted; in consequence, the country is once more enjoying the blessed tranquillity of undis turbed peace. This afternoon the entire force of city volunteers were out for parade and iicld exercise. They went through various mo...

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. — 30 March 1866

VMNING 1RT H 1L :SLJL A VOL. V.No. 77. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. THIRD EDITION THE WAR IN SOUTH AMERICA -A. llrillinnt fSovtio Ity tlio DEFEAT OF ALLIED ARMY Destruction of Argentine Hafts TIIE rABAKA RIVER OBSTRlCTEl). Eictator Lcpea "has General. Robles aaJ Ills StaiT Sliot for Treason. THE ADVANCE ON HUMAITA ! -- JEUO.. Jfcito.. JCt.. li2tO.. X2tO. New You::, March 30. 3y tbe arrival of Uio stcrr.iHuip JiCrih American, from Rio Janeiro, with dates io 'March 3, the following important news has been 'rouui cd: -- On the Dlbl ot Junaary, a Patugur-fau force of 3000 men crossed to tito southern bank of the Parana, at l'us.-o do lu Patiia, and attacked t ho Argentine lorc", forming the vanguard o.' Le . allied artuics. After n sever? tlgut the I'urv guayans rcciossed the river In pood order 'o the:r headquarters. The low ol the Argentines is estimated at 200 killed. That oi' the Paraguay an i not staled, A large quantity of timber, accumulated by ...

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. — 30 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. -PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 186G. THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import a'nt Topics of the Hour. COKTILID BVT.RY DAT JOB EVENlJjQ TELEGRAPH. Tlie Cattle riopnc. From Vie T)ilunt. Our In-1 accounts of too cattle plague In Eng land slow that up 10 tho 3d of March, during tbo f ix months in which the epidemic has fo lar prevailed, 187,051) cattle have been infected, of which 117,Cr)4 have diod directly from the dis ease, and 26,135 have been killed by way of pre ventinR It? sprrnd. But this statement is only the inspector's report, and docs not pretend to give the whole number of cattle which have per. i flicd since the beginning of tho post in tho latter days of Aupust. A partial plaeue of tho same character broke out also among the sheep eoroe months ago; but we are not distinctly informed of the extent of its ravages. It ap pears tliat the pencral epidemic had increased steadily up to the latest mall fro...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGIUHJ. PHILADELPHIA, , FRIDAY, MARCH 30, I860. CITY INTELLIGENCE t For Additional City IntcUigmce see Ei tit, J'mj . Cokok eb'b Investigation. An Investiga tion was mnde yeiterday ftiternoon, by the Coroner, Inta the cause ol the doalli ot Christum licrgcr, which occuned jestorday morninfr, an 'ftccouDt of which wns given in this paper at that time. The following evidence was given at the investigation: Andrew Fleming, sworn. I am a keepor in the prison, and hud charge of Christian Jierxer; on Monday his mother was allowed to see him and pave him an apple, part of which he ate; since then no one has visited him but a minister of the Gonpol and ollicial visitors; 1 never knew of his threateniofi: to take bin life; yesterduy I was at his cell a little al'tr seven o'clock; at din ner time I wan there apain, and ht asked to have more meat; about five o'clock I atrjiln went to the cell, a. hi lound him Ijmp; on his face on the floor; his face was a blackish red, and...

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. — 30 March 1866

Is published every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 S. Jhird street. Price, Three Cent rer Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Ter Wtek, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out ofttiecityat Mne Dollars 'Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Tw Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered, Jo Insure the Insertion of Adeertisement in aU of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not letter than 10 o'clock each Morning. FIT DAY. MARCH 30. 1866. The Untied States Sonatorshtp and tin Coarse ol J. M. Scovel. Up to yesterday Mr. James M. Scovel, of Camden, occupied an cnTlable position in the eye! of tbe citizens of toth New Jersey and our own State. When people spoke of hitn they talked of him as a rising man a man of ability, honesty, and one whoce doctrines were consistent with tbe views ol the popular mind. They thought him a man of principle, and there was no position in hts native State to which he might not have hopefully aspired. But, ...

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. — 30 March 1866

.THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MARCH, 30, i860. TKE CAMPAIGN IN CONNECTICUT. letter from P. T. Rnrnam. To the Editor of Ike Aeto York Tribune, Sir: I am no politician aud never dcsiim to bo, nut I am loval to mv country and her ploriou inbtituttonsj hence f work zealously for the Caufte Ot liberty and ennui rlchis. and pnnqiv quently I detest t.'ensou tn every cuie. The I i;oppeth'al'pnpcr8 ot this State have published, and the New York Kxpreta of thl evening hai copied, a statement that I have expressed doubts of tho success of the Union Repub lican ticket in Connecticut on Monday next. This lis marly false I Neither the Union narty In this State nor myself have for a moment donbted that General Ilawley will bo tri umphantly elected Governor of Connecticut, end that the lojal party will carry the State as effectually as U hfls done ever since the Copperhead lenders Tom Seymour, Toucev, Eaton & Company denounced President Lin coln forcalliug out volunteers t...

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. — 30 March 1866

6 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGKArDii-rFfllLADELPIIIA, - FRIDAY, MARCH 30, loGC TIIK CHOLERA. IIow to lrpnr for lt Apionh Cansr and Njinptonit of Attwck & 011 run of 'rraiimfti Prescribed -Kvery Mh.ii til Own 1'hj Mclttu I'ne Rxprl ntt Hurt t'ouclloti of KtMtern HiaolouHri Dr. Hamlin, for mivny yoars a missionary of the American fVvml at Constantinople, has fur-iitRbt-d to tlio Christian Mirror an account of hw very Burcesstul treatment ot the ciir lora in that cltv. ilia practice haa extended through, threo viHiiationa ot this dreaded disease, in 1818, 1HV, and 1805. The suggestions are so simple that we publish them, in the hope itant they will do good, it' tho cholera should visit and beomc prevalent !n the United States:- ' Dear Sir: The ruolnra, which has just left ns, niter committing l"Hrlul ravare-, in makin? its wav into biu'opc, and will probably cross the Atlnntic before another summer has passed. Having been providentially compelled to have aj;ood degree of practical acqua...

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. — 30 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 18G6. INVASIONS OF CANADA. Tho Fenians rose, flourished, waxed rich dur ing our war, and little trouble was aporehcnried from them in Canada. Indeed, the only "bordor Invasions" ot late jears have come from that country itself, In the fhape of St. Albaus' raids. Perhaps It la coward conscience which now makes the Canadian shopkeepers look to their monej-boxos, and the banks to their vaults, lest the St. Albans lesson be returned, with a better ing ot the Instruction. At all events, Iceland and Canada lor months saw complacently the American Fenians rallying, spew-hUylntr, wear ing the green, and polishing cutlasses, and the servant girls subscribing to the cause. The quantity of centres, circles, spheres, and what not, existing and forming, did not worry thorn. At length the New York correspondent of the London Times, in whom, perhaps, professional pride-got lor a moment the better of patriotism, gave a grand pun" lor Feui...

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. — 30 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, MARCH 30, 1866. 8 CITY INTELLIGENCE I for Additional Local Hems tee TtdrdFage. The Lunar Eclipse. The total eclipse of the moon, -which will occur this evening, and on the morning ol to-morrow, Is the apcond of five cclipsrg of the min or moon which are icckoned lor tle Year ls6fl A tjartliil eclipse of the sun was visible on the lflth instunt In the Siberian ai.d North Polar rotrlons, and the vtci Tiity of Bclirmft's Straits. The eclipse at nan I will appear to the cities of Now York, BcUcnro tady, Ncwburtr, and Pou.ibkeopsie, In a partial phase, as early as 41 minutes past 9 o'clock; but the eclipse proper will not be comp'ete till 48 minutes after 10, from which time it will con tinue total till its wearing off in the smallest hours of the mornincr. The mpuriial eclipse will end at 27 minutes past, 12 1'. M. on the 31st, and the purtial will make its shadowy exit at 33 minutes 1 o'clock A. M. The dillcront phases of Ibo lunar ecl...

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. — 31 March 1866

: ; -1 i - KI1N liNTT T 1 JTLdlLdl "PTHl VOL. V.-No. 18. IHILDELFIII-A., SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET TIIREE CENTS. I Deprived of Its Horrors by Purifying and Enriching the Blood. HOW IS THE TIME TO USE A FREVEXTIVE. There Is None Equal to Helmbold's Highly Concentrated Fluid Extract Sarsaparllla. ! THE CHOLERA It detective vlUliratlon ol tbe bluud, and when the blood OSes Its IIFE GIVING POWKB, It eiusrs relaxation of the contractile oowr ol the Hood tettrtt ol tbe bony, and the intestines ope their tnyrtnd Kind rettelt. and a I the albuminous orflesh DiaKlnn material passes oirirom the bunols. TVUf. AKI HEALTHY IiLOOI) I'.ESIS IB DISEASE, Andwlillc lhereinoy he no occasion for alarm, thobe ttimpurt blood ute mobt llublu to suller. II II II Hull HIlll HHII Iillll HHII JHIU Hint HHII II Mil HllHHHHHllllli HUH IIIIK HIlll HIIK nun nun mm linn HUH liUII IN 'THE BrKlXO MONT38 the system naturally ndcu-ova a rlianue, and H 1 li BOl-Db HlUilLY tONlN'IKATt.l 1XIKACT )' BAKHAPAKI...

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. — 31 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 18GG. LITERATURE. Lifh or Emanuel Swkhknbobo, tooetiifr with A T!nim SYNorpia of His Writitjos. botii Philobop n ic"if Aft iT TllSoraoiflAL.' r?f TYTl liam White; with an introduolion by B. V. Barrett. J. B. LinpinoMtt, Jjfojty &15 and 717 Market street, l'hiladijlphia. j Fifty jrai hence Swidehborir will-Tie far bet tor k no wW tn an he is- today. At jpreseut, .and for centuries, he has been rather ft name than a power In the world. Everybody spoke familiarly of big writings, diseased his opinions with fluency, aO.? ljtfjoofj n'.tbtnsr. f f .theirr, more than that their author lavored spiritualism. By some he in holdas a demi-gol anions these life Jjiefgca, itff 9tfcf H;aI.W.iiBftai-WWji the rrcWrrOortlonawllOiaWvyWfeAU tt Hii wortWfiM&dtoc4tt tMWWVttft Pnfi -Mh) opinio (Hity Ke BlrftW.tVB PWif r,e4WVf i acti orhiif Intollijrmt! rtnrsoMi ttipEnrapo,'. trWIi smuif ImpreioivbprOf.DegliMea.aa.lij bcliicfl thorn to ...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 March 1866

Y.IUU CHIT una JiuoY w.riaK M A. o :i. Jt 51 K-A THE EVENING TELEGRAfi.B4SII3ti;. DAII if ;n;::n:i rn:.r i '.. . t' x, r V- SU ; KG! lr " "71 r. r t;t I .For ui(IWwi!t City Intelligence He Eigl Hi l'a VI &-libtfv&j&ix&&x$k Jn fretting tunaay tictiool Anmeersary.Tbe BeJ-ond KJ ii... v. uiwu vuuitn. in ocveuiu sinei, auove BrpMfci'yatifcroM.e. lOt night in al parts on the occasion of the anniversary of ti b Sunday Schools belonging ta the cuuxh, jqiv ithstand- tiPi inalPtf fa&tytem. tee -jrfctwisBtitfv :ent wn charged. The exercites were opened by 'a "Grand March" on the orjniri, while th scholars ntn.ni Uf! nttrctt!tti:UTitch.l IMn"' WM"i(Rlo' rod with .HJUO naie'ljtttiuchol after wttifc rne scholars tnil no wounKulftAa. K"'"ho 'Jywh, foi tiug the Tidinus of the Cospcl." wlnnxiiA l'rajer was then otlcrt-d by the pas or. 'The Bjm4 pUnjc; bSltJid'Jnliipt 8chools vas well done, and reilccled credit on the super! utendent and teachers. mw : ft hAiwnr fXhe.aouA.PPr...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH". PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 18CC. Is published ft fry afternoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 & Ihird etrert. Price, Three Cent Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Wtek, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of the city at Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Tim Months, invariably in advance for Vie period ordered. So tnmire the Insertion of AAtertisements ina of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later Uian 10 o'clock each Morning. SATURDAY. MARCH 81. 1868. "The Scovel Defection." We publish elsewhere a letter which haa been banded us by Mr. James M. Scovel, in which he endeavors to justify his "eccentric behavior" a few days since, or rather, we should say, he utters a wild philippic against such persons as have been tngaglng In the field sport of hunting him "like a partridge to tho mountains." We have cheerfully opened our columns to the gentleman for his own defense. We kno...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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