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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, MARCH, 31, 18G6. AMIJSKMHNTM ARCH ?TBF.r TBSATtut fo nlalit Mr. Tllton takes hid benefit, on which occasion his daughter will make her flint appearance on any stsge. We are sure, that with uoh careful training an her lather's, itio must deserve evry uoo ss, tor Mr. llllon is one of oor mmt careful and conscientious actors. On Monday Mr J.E Murdoch will at last appear, and will, no doubt, be we eotned with all the ouum aiam of well-dei-rrod admirnilon. He is a ereat artist, and ha been most impationtly waited for after so many delays. 1 Walkut Stuket Trsatrs To-nlht will be the tx-neflt of Mr. Owen Kuwcett, who will on tnis oooa , eion produce two new plays the farce of Tiik-t o Leave, and Who Killed Cock HoUn T which has boon eo successful in Knrland and tn New York. Mr. fawcett has tairntand la popular, two reasons to insure him a full house. On Monday, Sirs. D T. Bowers, rhl'ailelphla'e greatest favorite, will appear in the Lady...

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. — 31 March 1866

c -A. WU it M'l - v ,r... A hi 1 4. I I ,1(1 I I; Jil". 1.: ; 1 :. : ."(' .1 XV V i" 1.: r t 1 -rtw .wiuin?.... I" 11 1, i-. i .r.. .NUMBER LSI.-1 1 -l. i' .1. A MKT FOB i MRNTAft- rtWBPTIOS, JLND A CUBH . .!.' ; J nron HTOocnoNimtA, hy-poobtc, or amy , OOMi-LAIST OF A HY ORDtfll. ' (" i"iri. :, 't. .;-. . ' - r ' ' ' . 31 Y 6UU BKIUKS" JttDtTOll. .1'" " ' I t"1.. If J ' ... . .1 . 1 "" 7 ' AJLSlA'Bf AW&ilABT. j ' ' ' BllOBT MBTIft-ILLOCIIOAt, OBSERVATIONS FOB TM !,; '.J i i.j tit VliS. uu.'.-'iif. j lIOBly, 2, GoodIotojit Sc(Mp-Flro Enjrino " ' ' ' I (.'turns iioin a visit to Allentown, bavins wou ... ,,, the time as being the greatest-sgutrt ever Sten , j . ; r "it., v ' .nil Tuesday, 27. Senator Stockton In the Unitod WiailOllU. ,,,,., J,,, .,.,., f Mates Nonata, erootod to neat hy ills own fins j.i-,. i rf'ji iim. i j "ncmooii jino-eraey eeuiiort now r Si . , ftr H VtngUI. ' ilinli! I' "llr . irIIy ZH.J'l'h olorM ladles of Phlla delphi pfMit tfr Oononrf ' Butler a colored in...

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. — 31 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPnrniLADELPIIIA, SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 18GG. q ' PETTY ANNOYANCES OF DOMESTIC LIFE. .f A l .1 ! A i .) '1 1 A Sketch fxiailife, by anTArtlBt; with 'No- nibilitijB,-','r ; f i r ; i -" BT wiwnw wttursv' Atrrooa J 'Of - "arsta DALE" " THK . .lmf.iv LADT sh warre, etc. . ( - Tg thcro 14 Im rnivlAi mill nAAi4 I Vfrom MrsI Brtdgety t . . V . . , J t U.I I f. TT 111 Uliuiauu TT iUMJ TT 1 1 1 lllUVWH I m a bi'.Uiov, ud Mrs. badory Is a widow (Ft suppose 'tha-wants to marry mou Sue nplhfog tof .tho. rort. ' Bhd bus not at pted. to marry me. sho' would not think of rjint? me, even it I asked her. - Understand, iu please, at the outset, that my grievance elation to this widow lady U a grlev&ndo of ntirely. now kind. let ma-becin wttaln. -1 am ft bachelor of a ter- i h9. " 1 have a large eircle of bequaint- c; but 1 solemnly declare tuat tne late jM.r. li;erywa never numbered on the list of my rnds. I never heard of him In my life; I er knew that he had a relict: I n...

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. — 31 March 1866

TP 8 MAlTERS OVER THE ItlVEE Kepcbmcajt Meetiko. The Republicans ml ull others interested in the cloction of a L'nited States Beuator, in place ot lion, .lonn r. Stockton, liRve called a general man meeting Bt the Ctfun House, In Camden, thin evening, for the purpose of ffivlnfc an expression of -inti' mcnt on the subject. The question is one which, at thu trenent niduient, has become intensified by thf nttltude U assumes in the State Senate, and Uie Union Lratruen and Republicans of Cam den county marr-teHt a profound In donation at the action on at there. Delegations from the various townslupg of the county wili be present at the meetiup:, and able sneakers will addrcfS the people. New Cisriicn. Tho Methodists are cott tcniplatiiis; -and will soon commence the erec tion of a now and hanclHotno churc h edifice on Cooper Btrertf, which will bo completed at nn early day. . A number of members formerly belonging 'to the Third Street M. E. Caurca have this enterprise in hand, and have ...

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. — 2 April 1866

PTH Trip TU'P-TCP A- TTTiT" Hd jLa IlLi yJT itk jJi JllLo H J2d VOL V.-No. ?9. I'lIITA-DELLIIIA., MONDAY,' A.IJEIL 2,. 1866. DOUBLE SHKKT-TIIREB CENTS. FKOM SOtJIH AMERICA. 1 1 Tfce HstaI Battle ou tbe Chilian CoMt Official Accounts KJolclnff of tbe People. Ete. I CIIILI. 1 Tbo Waval YlctorjrTbo Flarht at Abtito. Chill still remains the ccntTO of public Intcrost on thW coast. The steamer or the 11th Instant, irom Valparaiso, brings confirmation of the re joi ted victorv ot the allied sq-iadron over-the tpnnlsh frisa'tos Viha tie Madrid and Di.anca. Flitv-Kve guns In the hands ol Peruvians and Chilif-os pi ovcd more than a match for ninety ib;;r manned by the veteran ol Hpaln. Alter a contest of two hours, tn which tlitocn hundrad shots were exchanged, at the distance from one . . - ! f. 1 .1. 1 I.. . I a Uiousanu io niioeu uuuurvu jrniu, uie cwimu veesels retired defeated. BIPORT Or TUK C0lMA5DKB OF TUB PERUVIAN DIVISION. OH 1I0AFD OF THE Fkiqatk Aptjeimac " ON rn Station of Ciiayau...

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. — 2 April 1866

TI3E DAILY EVENING 01 FG PATH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1860. SUE HEW YORK TIIESS. Cr itcrisl Opinions of the Leading Jcvmcle Upon the Most Imoort ant Topics of the Hour. I'Cftril.ID BVEFY DAY FOB EVtNlSO TELEGRAM. The Big I'rofits t from Ihe Tribune. Tlie edvoca'.es of British frre ttadPhavc not ceahod to lonient jealouplos anions consumer.' against producers, and to create claes interest?. One of the most popular deluMons they have oetauliAed Is that rjianularltircis In the United State constantly realize enonnoils profits. The Inquiries of the Internal Kevcnue Commission, on llie other hand, demonstrate that the bravo nu:n who have reared tLroueh our changeable industrial policy the present structure ol Ameri can niaiinlacturec, have not realized two per cut. on the investments made d urine the pro gress of the.r work I It can be shown that more clear profit has been made in the United .States by loreiirn manufacturers than by our o n. Indeed, it the history of manufacturer...

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. — 2 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGllAPn.r-PniLADELPmA, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 186G. UIT Y INTELLIGENCE Tor Addiional City Intelligence tee Eijhlh 2'age. Eaf.tek Sunday. Yesterday being Easter Bnndy, the day was observed ia the Catholic nl. other churches in a beeoralni? manner. W'.mf of the places designated were filled with 'attentive hearers. At the Cathedral, lonfc before the hour announced for the morning services, thousands of persons had euiered the spacious edifice, and Dy 10 o'clock pews, aisles, and tvery available space was occupied by an im menxe congregation. Heats were lndl3oiTJil natcly taken possession of by visitors to the Church, and a lar,e portion ot pewholdcrg were lett to do the bent thev coula for places. Py direction of the Eeverend Chancellor of the iMorrse, several pews had been reserved for the use of tho? c to whom invitations had been ex pended, but these, too, had early- occupants. Although some inconvenience resulted from the demand lor seats, the strictest decorum was ...

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. — 2 April 1866

Is published etrry afternoon (Svndays excepted) at No. 108 S. Jhird street. Price, Three Cents Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per Weelt, payable to Vie Carrier, and mailed to Subscr$ers out of Hie ciHj at Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fitly Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for Hi period ordered. 2o insure the Insertion of Advertisement in all of our Editions, they murt be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1806. The True' Financial rolicy. Thkrb Bcctrs to be a hitch at Washington In the passage of the Loan bill. A return to specie payments is, no doubt, generally desired l)olh by the (secretary of the Treasury and Congress; but there is a difference of views between them as to the brst mode of secur ing; the end contemplated. Some persons deprecate a too rapid contraction of the cur rency, and wish to limit Mr. McCur. i.och'3 discretion In that matter; while he, on his ide, disclaiming any intention to pu...

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. — 2 April 1866

-PHILADELPHIA, MONDA) APUH, 2, 18CC. THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH.- AMtlSSEMF.NTS. KW ('HB8M7T Strkbt Thkathi. JVewer ton Jxite to Mmd, bf Chine. Kos.de, 11 not only a sonsn tion piece, but ill produotion in London tu the cause of a sensation .ceneamonrst the Audience on the first nipht of lla representation. Its rerelatfona of the secret, ot the prison house were no strong, so revolting, and no harrowina:, that the audience aotu allr refused to allow the piece to proceed. Those rocnoa hare beru modified, imd as it in, the piooo is eminently interesting, ana, boa ties, hat a high moral aim. MIm Annie Ward took ber benefit at the Now Chesnut rltreet Theatre on Friday evniiiriir. .An. K., formerly a, popular memlier of the company, volunteered her very ices to play the charaotor of "7am," in the O toroon. Inroad of (coins' to the Chennut tUreot Theatre, the lively '-Zoe" attended tiio Arch Htreet Theatre, and enjoyed Mr. 1illon'a enaotmout of Dtlphtior In this dilemma the ma jisror had...

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. — 2 April 1866

uiMn at tub roitn. EY W. n. tOKOFELl.OW. Tic I dcnd, the bonntiful youth. The htattol honor, tne tongue 01 troth, He, the lile and liprl.t ol hahII, Whose voue w83 bli'lie a Ijuelc rail, Whom all eves tollowed with one comuiit, The tin cr cl Use Ling b, aiid v.hBC pleatnut word, IIuhIiccI all murmurs of discontent. ( Only last night, as we rode alone lKwu the dark ol the mountain kT. To vifcit the p.cketpuard at the lord, Little dreaming ot any mlnhap, Jle wha hnmmini; th'? wordj ol Rome rld oon: "Two red roceo he had on his rap, And another he bore at the i oint of his nword." Fiiddrn and gwlft a w btstlmn ball Tame out of a wood, and the voice wm still; BomelhinR I heard in the darkneiw full, And Tor a moment my blood erew cliiH; 1 f pake in a whisper, as he who gpcakH In a room where lome one is lyinir dead; Uut he niado no antiwcr to what 1 eaid. We lifted bim up on his saddle apnln, And through tho mire and the mist and the rain Carried him back to the silent camp, Atid laid hi...

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. — 2 April 1866

TITE DAILY ' EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL' '1888.. 7 INTERESTING FOREIGN ITEMS. Thh Prrss in Faanc.. A recent French state ment Is thug summed up br an English lournal: "Thorny are tho paths trod by frentleinen ot the press tu France indcr Napoleon 111. Durin? the year which has just terminated thero haVe Wen twenty-one warnings, sixteen trials tol Uowed by condeuitmtions, two soizurps, tour suppressions, and two 'Interdictions of terri tory,' to say nothing of the capricious confisca tions to which foreign journals are daily ex posed. The Judicial condemnations of 1805 represent in fines 10,176 francs (not including law costs), and in imprisonment eltrbt year?, four months, and twenty-one days. Editors have haa to pay Cl'i.l franc, and to utnlerRO tipht months of prison; printers. 1260 Iranrs and three months and fllteeu days or prison, and writers, 2H00 trancs and seven years, tive months, and six days of prison. The chief re sult ot this severity has been to con...

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. — 2 April 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL 2, 1866. MATTERS OVER THE RIVER. TiKrum.icAN Meeting. On Saturday vvenhiK the lit publican of Oiundcn city and county held a luifrc and enthusiastic meeting t the County Court lloise, In order to vive txpiredon in repaid to tho Senatorial question, 'which Benms to be so prolific ol agitation at the present, and to Indicate their disapprobation of the co u tho purHiied by James M. rtcovel in re ference to hc joint meeting of the Legislature. Thomas Knight, F.aq., was elected Chairman, and (1. W. Gilbert acted s Secretary. William C Mulligan, Chairman ol the Commit tee on Resolutions presented the t'ollo A'tiifT, which vere unanimously adopted: Whmtat. The teat ol John V. Stockton, in the United Mates .ouato liai boon dociitred vacant, and to appointment ol a sncco sor from tun Uepub lioan fart ol New Jersey ban hron thus tar ( tratedtiy the conduct or Ja:nui At iScovol, xmator from Mm coui.iy ol Camden, in ihe Iximsiature ot ...

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. — 3 April 1866

PTy "T 1 JMl-JeLj KIN 1 .NTT "JET? O-T0 - A TPTFIT 1L A12 VOL V. No. 80. XECILA.DIirJI?ECIA., TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 18GG. DOUBLE SIIKKT-THREK. CENTS. IMPORTANT FROM MEXICO. Defeat of the French and Austrlans The Imperialists Outeneralled -Capture of General Douay'g Command The LlberalsOc cupy Saltlllo-Other Libe ral Trlumphs-rThe Po sition of the Impe rial Troops, Eto. itnowJcsvij.i.K, March 20. The' Trench General Douay, who wn marrhtnti from han Luis Poto-d with aconiaiand of 15(0 troops towards Montorey, on his arrival at haltlllo received information that on the 1st ot March, Colonci itrinnt, of tne French army, was to be attacked in 1'arrns bv the LlboTal lorccs under Colonel Xrcvino and Colonel Viezoaj he thru made a movement towards that plaoo to protect it, 4mt by the time be had mado halt ot the way, Jinaiithad been attacked by the Liberal forces above mentioned in harran, giving them the rosule that ItrlHiit was lrlllrA, and the whole of his men, but lour t.ioy boing'liear 200...

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. — 3 April 1866

THE DAILT EVENING TEI.EGRAPIIi PDILADELPIIIA, TUESDAY, APRIL. 3, 18GG. THE HEW YOEK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leadlne Journals fpcn tho Most Import ant Tcplcs of the Hour. CO r II. ID IVfRT PAT FOB KVEMNO TRLEORAPH. 1 ho South and Congress. From the Timet. One of the evil remiltlne from tho policy of ny&teniat.icall.Y ecln(linff Sotithcre rtprcsonta tUlvci from ConpreR, Is that we are deprivod of the Constitutionally piovldcd means of ascer taining the necessities, wishes, opinions, and nentirurnts of a liirprc sertlon of tho Union, com prising one-third our entire population. Wo know that In many tinners the Southern States are Rufleilng Brently ,or want of proper legisla tion, or for v nnt of proper consideration of their necessities in those matters tew, but Important over rilrli the National Legislature has con trol, The Executive, no far as lies In his power, lias carried on the nrrtnotis work of rc-establish-inf the frustrated interests of the South) but on a liunit...

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. — 3 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELE G R AFET. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 18GG. RESTORATION. Frolantatloa hy ! IT"Iifin-Inanr. yMSloa neIirl mi Ka The "pie of tbe Nonth loyally DInpol THelr Wllllnnr to Abide by the Re. nit of the War The Unloa one ami IndlTlMlble R fttate ban a Right to Recede Equal KlRhtH and Equal root tng for all the Ntat EnconrAflretneat for the BontQ-lbe Military to Yield to Civil Fewer. moCLAMATIOlt BY THB FftESIDKlTT, W'ABnisotOM, April 2. By the President or the United State qf America. a pnocLAMATioa. Whtreas, By proclamations of tho 16th and 19th of April, 18GT, the President of the United States, in virtue of tho jiower vested in him by tho Constitu tion and the laws, declared that tho laws of the United Stated weie opposed, and the execution theroorobstniotod, In the Mates of South Carolina, Georgia, Alabama. Florida, Al tsei.-nlppi , Louisiana, ana lexth, by comlilna'ions too powerful to be sup pressed by the ordinary course of Judicial pro ceedings, or by tho p...

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. — 3 April 1866

M Merrill Is published every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 & 7hird street. Price, Three Vent Per Copy (Double Meet), or Eighteen Cents Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to fiubscritiers out of tlie city at Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fitly Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. 7o insure the Insertion of Adcertisemmls in all of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morninq. TUESDAY, ArRIL 3. 1800. Illegality of the Contracts tor Cleansing: the Streets. On Saturday last there seemed to be a very great probability that this city would be totally unprepared for the Impend! n(j visit of the cholera, except as a hotbed is prepared to afford unnatural growth to plants that need special nursing and nouilshln?. It is only a few weeks a?o that Councils, after wasting a great deal of precious time in palavering and twaddliag about the matter, passed an ordinance authorizing Mayor AIcM...

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. — 3 April 1866

"-T"-rr-n-Lfrtirirtirw THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 1866. 1 AXISTBIA AND PBTJSSIA. Tbrmtencd Rnpfnr Bftwwn the Two fiima Powova Warlike Freparsw lion. Vienna (March 4) Journal of Frankfort, Military arrantements ef tho irroatost importance, and portending an linpoiullne rapture between tlio two treat Uorman 1'uwora, have been adopted by Austria. In a low days you may expcot to hi aro t' the move mcnt or a larpo AastriRu force toward the l'm'stan Irnniier. An order tor llie concentration ot 100,(00 troops on tho tronticr ot SiloBia has al ready been despatched lroin Vienna. - ; the onisis ArrnoAcuiwo. ' From the Bortenhalle. The tension between An-tr'a and i'rusala bag reached its most txtrnno point. It will bp impossi ble to eonceul mucli lonfcur die sccrot which bun led to the nu itary arrangement which have been adopted by Austria, a portion of which has already been put in execution. THE BRITISH CABINET URGING) MODERATION. From the Vienna Dthattc. ...

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. — 3 April 1866

c THE DAILY EVENING Q 1 LEGIUril. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 18CG THE GRfAT ECND R03BSRY. How Iti I'.o-Mla wtt AliKlrnrl. d IHspo. Iiion of ihi fttolru 1'ropt-riy le nirniior of the I'rlnincr. The prent Wnll sirppt liond robbery still con tinnr, to be a U Rdiinr topic ot dit.ccfon among the business men ot the tity. The principal operator, as bits already bcii announcrd, was taken Into custody by City Marshal Wctcott of Newbiiryport, and two ot UnitPtl States Marshal Murray's detectives of. this city. The plan ol working tbeMoh was as iollows:lt was first ascertained that Mr. Lord kept in his sate an nnnMinlly larire amount ot available securities, that he wns rather oarers in locking ttirin up at niuht. Hint ho seldom looked at the boxes con'ninln thent, and that a certain number of dajs, two or three at least, niiulit elapso after the robbery before thev would bo nilssed. fcteve ral plans were concocted and abandoned, each one involving a new party, until the number of Beven ...

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. — 3 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 18GG. LEAKNIJVU TO WALK. BT GBOROI OOOPBR. Only bcplnnlnp the Journey, Jinny a milo to go; Little Ket, bow thev putter, Wandering to and fro. Trvlnfc npnin, so bravely. Laughing in baby Rice: Biding its mce In niolber'e lap, Proud as a bnl y can be. Talking the oddf Bt language Ever before was beard: But mother (you'd hardly think so) . Understands every word. . . Tottering now, and fulling, Eyes that are fioitig to cry; Kisses and plenty ol love-worda, Willing again to try. Father of "all, 0 guide thorn! The pattering little feet, While they arc trending the up-hill road, Braving the dust and heat! Aid tliem when they grow weary, Keep them in pathways blest, And when the. journey's ended, Saviour, O give them rest! RELIGIOUS JOTTINGS. FOREIGN. England. The Anglo-Continental Society, at Us late annual meeting in London, Bishop of Elgin in the chair, developed its policy towards the Roman Cutholic Church, which is to create...

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. — 3 April 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 3, 18GG. THE WORLD OF FASHION. TEMAL MODES FOR DRESSES. Dreaa floods General Denerlptloa lteat ftad Proximate St j lea Sllka, Urtnatdlnea, Urgandlca.Nbawl, Cloak, Jackets, Man til lata, I-acea, Skirts, eiovaa, Boots, Moarnlav Woods, Jew dry, parasols. Hoops, Collars, Ete. The rprinr style", not only Id bonnoU, which have beoo dtsoribcd, bat in dreaes and dress materials, cloak , shawls, laces, and the thousand aod one ar:i do tbac make np a ladv'g wardrobe, are now pretty well pma' Lslied. Ihere have never boon richer aa aoitments or more tasteful foods than are now on exhibition, manufactured, or ready to be converted into wearing apparel. There is a tendency to revive stylos long since looked upon ai too amiquated for rrsurreotioa. It does not appear, either iu millinery or drew goods, that any one color Is a deeded lavorito; but green, blue, lavender, and rrey will be the prevailing shades, llio tinsol ornaments which co...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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