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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 6 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 18G6. THE RAILROAD QUESTION". Letter of Bnalnea Men f Plltibnrc to riTMBOHO, March 20. 1866. Major-Gonoral John W Gearv Iear Sir: At the approaobtng election, among many issues to be dooidod, thore la one quns. tion oonneotod with tlm business In to rest ot the otti ens untouched and overlooked by recent politioal conventions that we derm vitality essential to the prosperity and liberty of the people. If we believe that the important qntstlon could be aatoly 1rnoied, and security lor the satetv ot out in stitntious assured by lilvnce, our parly presliloctioni would induce us to trust to the luture, without ask ins- pledges from thoeo desiring our suflVaire. We are convinced, however, ot tno doctrine, that entire safety ean be louudonly in welt reeulntod and watoh ful attention towards the future aotion ol our ptiblio servants. We are tin Jt persuaded that there exists an organized purpose to control and Direct lorisla tion ...

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. — 6 April 1866

rr TEE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA FRIDAY, AFIUL G, 18C6. CIVIL EIGHTS BILL. Rejoinder of Hon. Rcvcrdy John son to the Speech of lion. Lyman Trumbull. DEFENSE OFIHE PRESIDENT'S VETO. Mr. Johnson ssld that In the discussion of tho hilt before the Menate, thougo the nncatlon u not strictly Irpal one, there were queailona ot po Icy to lie considered- questions ol expediency. The objection which the President makes to the bill, hi returning it wit bo it hi approval relates aa well to the expe diency of tho measure m to It allotted unconstitu tionality. The purposes of oiothlns the President with the veto power were to guard his own department Italnat encroachment by any other t to guard the Htotot ayalnat like wlluencc, and to guard the Individual clil Sena also In addition to these oblects, one of the purposes of the convention was to guild against Inexpedient and Ill-considered legislation, looking to what had taken place In the ongresa 01 the Conlcueracy, and to what iiad o...

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. — 6 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, APRIL G, 18G6; 1 f. MALT LIQUOKS. BMrtf theComuilnalonera Appointed ty tne United Kintea Brewers' AmocIh lions to tn United (Mate Revenue CommlMloa on the Taxation and Manufacture of Malt Liquor in Groat Britain and on tbe Continent of En--;. trope. At a Convent Ion of the Brewers of the United Mates, hold at Baltimore on the 18;h day of Octo , br, 18G6, tbe tallowing resolutions were passed unanimously, vis.: f Jif totted. That the report Just read of the Comrols aloneis who vtslted Europe on behali of the Brewers be pieced In the hands 01 tne hairman ot the United Hiauw Commlssbiners. appointed lot the revision ot the Internal Rcvenae, with the request that tlie same be presented to ( on grew, and printed In the English and , Uerman languages. lifituvd. That the thanks of this Convention are nerehy tendered to Messrs. Collins. Head, and Kanor, rbr the able and most satisfactory manner In which tliey ftave executed the duties 01 the...

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. — 6 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, APRIL C, 18CC. 8 CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional Local JUm$ tee Third rage. Legislative Proceedings. The follow ing bills have been introduced into our Stale Lefrlslature. At they are of considerable in terest to our citizens, we (rive them entire: .ate Act to Incorporate th Horth American Express Companj. Section 1. Be it enacted hy tbe Senate and House I Representatives ot the Commonwealth of Penn sylvania in Oenoral Assembly mot, and li m hereby enacted by the authorily of the . tamo, fhatColkin Colke , Ueorge W. t an. Georgo C. uranciaciis, Uoo. W. Ford, William H M rray, James JJ. Wet ham, John A. Brown, fciatnuol A. Mil If r, Jamos Wark, John B. Given, John K. Lee, Adam Wartbman, Jtobert K. Taylor, I). 8. Uougler, Robert Laaxhlin, and their associates, their successor and assigns, be and ihev are Lereby incorporated and made a "ody pulilir in law, bv the name, stylo, and title of thu ftorth American Express Company, for the pu...

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. — 7 April 1866

rrn B V H H A VOL Y.-Ko. 84 PIIILA.DEL3PEEIA., SATURDAY, APEIL 7, 18GG.: DOUBLE SnEETTIIIlEE CENTS. Ji inxn jinvATrtin. ax ir liu Jills CIIOTISIXV. Deprived of its Horrors by Purifying and Enriching the Blood. JVW IS THE TIME TO USE A 1-REVEKTIVE. There is None Equal to Helmbold'8 Highly Concentratod Fluid Extract Sarsaparllla. THE CITOI.F.RA flpfrctlvo vltallzatlon oi the blmd, and wVn iho Mood Oslo ita LIFE GIVIKO I'OWKR, t causes relaxation of the rontijactll t mwr ol the blai l veftni ot the txivp. and tli lute wlT1, ,,,.,, tln-lr myriad binud re.isei. ami a:l the a luoua or flush waking material passes oiTfrom Hip jfUUVJ TVKK AM) HKALTH Y Bl.OOI) rf,. Rls , s ptEASE, And while tlicif may tn no ooc of tij urt blouit axe uiobt iluble t' sutWr. jf'on tor alarm, those nrm nun mm una linn mm juni juiii nun !;" iiinmniiiiii nun ' jini nun nun hhh inn nun linn ijhu IN 1 HE pvFINO MONTHS the system naturnlly yniUiBOt-H ,..tfC. ,i HI.I.IUiOi.DS HKillLr vv. 1 A 1 K. C I W( 18 an (iv ,i,B...

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. — 7 April 1866

s LITERATURE. Xn Story op Kennett. By Bayard Taylor, 0. P. Putnam and llnrd A Houghton, New York. J. B. Llppincott A Co., Philadelphia. Had the last work pf Mr. Bayard Taylor proved a failure we would have teen very loath to acknowledge it. There Is no American author for whom we have greater respect than the one whoso work now lays before us. It Is seldom that we s?e a writer who has acquired fame In a particular department of literature boldly ven ture Into a new field, and hazard his reputation already acquired by endeavoring to succeed In a style in which be Is a novice. Yet such, of late years, has been the course of Mr. Taylor. By bis travels he has achieved a high place among the writers of our land. lie had an established reputation, yot we find hlra venturing Into the field ol fiction and keeping his name as a live author continually before the public by some new work. Other writors lie supinely back upon their already secure position, and let American literature tako care ...

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. — 7 April 1866

CITY INTELLIGENCE I Tor Additional City InteUig, t.ce tot Eijhlh Page. Forgery Case. rjamnel WaH,whooflerrd forged check for $26U2'50, purporting to have been drawn by James Riley, at the banklne kouee ofMeBfrs. Drexel & Co., on Thursday, was arretted early yesterday morning, at his resi dence, in the upper piirt of the city, and had a bearing before Recorder Kneu. James KU'y, keeper ot a public house at No. 134 South Elihtb Street, teBtified that the de fendant frequents his place, and that the signa ture to the check was not genuine. Charles N. Robinson, In the office of Drexel & Co., identi Hcd the defendant as the preen ter of the check, which he said was filled up in the office alter it was ascertained what Amount was rod u I rod to obtain $2000 in gold. Defendant was told to go 1 to the Commercial Bank, on which the check was drawn, and pet the money, instead of which he returned in a few minutes, with It marked "eootl." This did not satiety Mr. Kobinsonand while one o...

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. — 7 April 1866

1 ii 3. pit. wuo, eortio- tion.t"6 ntdsbjw- taud telegraph SATURDAY, APRIL 7. 18GG. THE CIVIL RIGHTS RILL. PASSAGE OVER THE VETO. or in tox a or the public mess. Tub passage of the Civil .Fights bill by th 3 Senate of tbo Uiated States over the veto of the rrcHldent, marks an era la our hbitory that will stand forth boldly la all time to come. Its success In the Senate shows the Initiation ot a powerful movement against the Prerident and the Conservative party. The warlietween radicalism and conserva tism U now fairly commenced, aud for this the people may be thankful, because It takes of! an embargo from Congressional business action. The work of regulating the finances, the tariff, the foreign policy, and reconstruc tion, must move smoothly to consummation. 1 he financial and commercial stagnation of the past three month9 muot now be gradually obliterated, and we trust that a healthy fe al io g of confidence will spring up among the people. V The Ledger and Aqe avoid any commcnU o...

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. — 7 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1866. AMIJSEMKNTS. Walwut Strut Thkatiib Mr. Bowers p nared lor the first tirao in the most arduous char acter 01 the (Shakespearian drama, that oi "Lad? Macbeth." She jrivei to it an pntirvly original con. coption, her tending of the art most xcollent, but tho part itsolfsis not suited to the tyle ot nor talent or calculated to display tier especial excellencies. In etane phrau, It la too henry for her. Mrs. Bowers bas dignity, tenderness. irentlincss, rrraee; ibo jrtiraniio, Ravage jrratidour of "Lady Macboth" overwhelm the rare but deitnate t tft oi our essentially woman y traa-emoune. We cannot associate Mrs. Bowers with this stronir, ruthless heroine. Mr. MoCollom's "Machoth" wastlie cry best thing Be baa done; it was correct, earnest, ana lorcibe. We wcrs Kind to pee Mr. J. H. J aylor restore t to us. Ids "Jiaodiiu"' was a most oxcelont pe; lorinnncu. We cannot say much lor the witch mns;o. it tyantod solo singers. ...

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. — 7 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1866. G NUMBER LXII. A Mil FOB MENTAL DTSTBrTIOH, AND A CTJBB TOB BT-roOHONIHUA, HT-POOBIST, OB AN COMPLAINT OF A HT OBDEH. BY OUll HE1UK8 EDITOa ALMANAC AND MART. BHORT HSTBE-1LLOOIOAB OBREBTATION8 TOB WEAK. TBI April. . Ifonriny, 2. Easter Monday. Councils moot In Hxtra Session, and, like "pood Eggs," bodn to pick at ono another. Tho 'only dirty work dono by tticm was lutilying tho & trout Clcaniug Contract. Tnemlny, :. Sow Jersoy I.cgs's'aturo experiences acme dilliculty in navigating tluongh tiio dnad Locks that boset it. The crew not being ahlo to throw Jonah Scovol overboard, accounts lor tho continuance of the storm. Wftlneaday, 4. 1 ho i whisky smuggled into tho United States from Cunnaa, scented with gin ger, cayenne, &o , cons not Of-cnpo the scout of Custom 11 oune officers. . Thoy being experi enced counterfeit detective, it is imjiosslblo to putts a Lad sc nt on thorn. ThjiTKdny, 5. Orders ifsued from...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 7 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 7, 1866. A Ilnndsomo Tribute. A correapoadont of the Memphis Aealanchet who subscribes himself a Rebel, pays the follow ing noble tribute to tho braye McPhcrson: Tbin Bobleoflloor lout hit life at the sloge of At Unta, tho aooond in command ot tho vast army of in vaalou winch sopt like a bosom 01 destruction lrom the height of Chattanooga down upon the city ot 1 fdoToted Contedsraor. "Ueneral McPheron was a model of a soldier. Ha was aa gentlemanly as C'hcsterliold and as chivalrous as Bayard. He was to the .Northern army what btonowall Jaokson was to the Southern army, lie was the brightest star in the constellation ot (roniua, whom On. nt called about him in his brilliant career." Asa soldier he was bi are, skilful, and generous; as man be was comevDtious, upright, and hu mane) and long will Mol'horson bo remembered by bis enemies as a cblva rous solaier and a a-aliant loe. lonim are these lines inscribed as a testimony of...

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. — 7 April 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL .7, 1866, CITY INTELLIGENT, E For AMilxonal Local Item tve Third rage.) A Revolutionary Relio BKouanr to Liuut. A day or two slnoa soma worKinea ware employed In making an excavation in the cellar of Mr. William McNally'g liquor eatabllsh ment, Nop. 146 and 148 Water street, one door txtve Walnut, on the west Bide. Alter dV?Xinff to the depth of about two feet the spades of the workmen struck on something that would not yield to the force applied to the digeinn; uten sils. An examination proved that two pieces of artillery lay embedded In the cellar, which were quickly unearthed and Drought to Hifhu Tney are regular old-fashioned six-pounder, and, ot course, covered with ruHt to the depth of about hall aa Inch. Tb-y wore found resting on the Works of oak wood, underneath which ran a small stream of water. How they not there 1s a matter of conjecture: but the Inference fat that they are either pieces ol ordinance buried the...

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. — 9 April 1866

.j.-'.u ro : 7 H VOL V.-No. 85. 3PHILDEIL.1?IIIA;S MONDAY, A13HIX, 0, 1806... DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS, a- ;: I . ... i ... I l . , . . I . , l . . , .! . ' . t ' t -ii j 1-. ! !; . . I. i . ' i.'t i , ' I I . l ! . r ! I ' I I .' . ... l i . I ' ' .i r .M' f .!. I ' i ' . ! II , ! I I I ' . . ' . i . ! , . I , . t ' -.1.1 II . V" ' " I . - ; T THE jPETIA.TV. Advance ( tbe Fentaue. , , . , . Portland, Maine, April 8. About seventy O'Hahony Fenians arrived here from Boston by the boat thin morning. About 600 stand ot arms with areoatietneut and ammunition have also arrived tiom New York. BeporteU Bailing- ot t j-uian Expedl Wabhikotoh, April 8. The new paper here, the kunday Ilera'd, which la supposed to be in the Fenian interest, announces positively to-day that a Fenian expedition has sailed to strike ax blow for Ireland. New Brasiwlckitnd CoalrderAtlon ' Confederation (tchtme Indorsed b Government Preparations) tho Fenians. to Aetot Fredhricjktoii, April 8. The reply' jr the Gov er...

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. — 9 April 1866

TI1E DAILY EVENING TELEGIMHT. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY APRIL 9 18GC. aUE HEW YOKE PKESS. Ecltcrlal Opinions of the Leading curtel Upcn the Most Imeort ant Topics of the Hour. Oi riLlD rvkBT BAT FOB EVEMNO TEMSGRAFH. Dctmar's Resnricctlon Syinp. Frxm the Jriliune. The Evening Font sys that Mr. A. Del mar la troducorf tt lho.la!t"iDeeUinf of . the. Chamber "of Commorcoi bis receive In favor of tree trade,, yriA a preamble as follow: ' i' 4'AitiericA.u industry shou.d "be urirpoirted'mt all bayards, and every otiouuravooivnt should, be ex tended towards tho inventor of any nincliiufa destined toonlo auvaniegosu. on mankind.. An had a labor-aavme- machine wblci wouirt roqmre no aoaee for its xbibltiont and vet, m it bi-ncllcial, results to man krtio. iU ita'economy of labor, and it) iU general lm poitftiioi,; ft was unBur)Rwed. It would stimulate, , alr.culiurei it would Aimi'li a new inipi-tue to menn failures f It would cause general busmen to be active end piofltBble; jt would increase o...

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. — 9 April 1866

ll.v THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL 0, I860. CITY I N TELL I OE NUE For Additional City InMUyi r.ce r EiihUi Pag,-, Vestrymen Elrctf.d. Annually, at Faster, the Kpiscopnl Churches elect Vestrymen, wbo have the chaige of the temporal concerns of tbeir respective, churches. At an election recently held the following gentlemen were chosen: Jntircrftor PprinR Garden street, below Inroad. Joseph It. Bollon. Henry P. Foster, J. P. Wllenpon, Arthur 0:r, John G. llorhck, PMlip Wilton, J. 15. Howell, J. U. Sherborne, D. 11. Ilcrrihar, C. 11. Wakelv, and Henry Tolman. Jowrh It. liolton and l'liillp Wilson were chosen Warccim. , Church of the Covenant Hlbert street. John Tauguy, ltobert Kccd, John P. lthoads, Samuel Fine, Charles li. Hower, Andrew Wheeler, Alexander Kirkpatrirk, I'ntil G.Oliver, Charlcu Pobeit, (lenrpe Botd, Benjamin Jamscy,1 Jr. and Jatne A. Kirk Patrick. St. Srjihcn'f Church Souih Tenth street, below TWarket.-Willlm Klrkhntu, Louis Rodman. M. J)., J...

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. — 9 April 1866

Ji published every afternoon fhmdayt evened) at No. 108 & Third etreet.' rrice, Three Cent rer Copy (Double Shed), or Eighteen Cents rr Wvk, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Fub$cr(ber out of the city at Kine Dollar Ter , Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two , . Monta, invariably in adoance for (he period ordereiL ' MONDAY, ArRIL p. 18C6. J The Increased Rate of Interest. ; Thb recent act of tho State Legislature, raising the legal rate of Interest from six to seven per cent., accomplished a long desired object, and one which H of much importance to the community. The law, as It before ex isted, operated dlsadvantasroously both mo rally aad commercially. While, the legal rate of Interest In New York was one per cent, higher than In Pennsylvania, the difference benefited our neighbors and injured us In the following manner: Capital will go whore, it can command the highest price, and as It ob tained, without ilsk, seven per cent, premium in New York and but six here, i...

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. — 9 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL r 9, 18GG.- HATTERS OYEB THE RIVER. Cape Mat. From present Indications the oniiDft season t this populai summer resort will, lor numbers, )aLlon, and nmiiBomenr, eclipse all it predi'ccseor. The railroad lead ing bithcr will run additional trains to thono employed lasi summer wbtlo the comfort of travel ntu been tncrcftFed by the clearing ot the woodland, where such exlut", to a considerable distance on each fide of the road., Woodbury, Glaagboro, North and South Vinelund, and Miil Tille, Ijiojr alonn the route, are pretty and thriving villages. In acMHIon to the trans. toats will leave Khiladelphia and New York every day for Cape Island. Tbe Baltimore pas sengers come, via car?, to New Cnxtl-j, and thence by boot to the Island. At Cape May everything shes the hand of improvement. New cottaees are being erected, and the hotels renovated and repand. The C'eutro Honso, Washington Hotel, and Colonel Fenlin s "Cot tage by the Sea,...

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. — 9 April 1866

.V.' THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 18G0. LETTER FROM PARIS. Tb Fmptror and the ig-nlutnr--Xlie fit. IIIha Bimqntt-Tks VeXttraa of the Empire In Convention Ren Isma il on of Member of the Leitlalntare More of the nolnrnof Moan. Mire, Eta. Special Correspondence f th Evening Telegraph. Paris, Mtroh 23, 1863. tHI AHiWB 0 TH1 EMPEROR TO TUB ADDRESS Or Till LKQIBLATIVI BODT. It wu expected that the Kmperor would avail himself of the opportunity ol the preaentina of the addreoi of the legislative body to paolfy the eonntry, which is kept In a state of constant sus pense by one tutor and another) and that lie would ssnro us that be bad come to an amicable tinder landing; with tbe Government of tbe United States to evacuate Mexico Terr shortly j and, flnallr, that he was ready to accord every kind of libcrtr to the people of Franco. However, hope told a flattering talc, and we have Brain teen doomed to disappoint, jnont ; lor the Empeior, In hi answer tot hp add...

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. — 9 April 1866

(JG THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PnHADELPITIA, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 18GG. I All THE FAMILY CAT. Tcbii folrl up my claws In my soft velvet pw, And purr in the gun, Till the short da? 18 done For 1 urn the limllv cat. I can doze by the hour In the vine-covered bower, . , --Winking and blinking t ' - Through stinnhlnc and shower For 1 am the lam ily cat. From the toosoberrv bush, Or where bright currants blush, t I may suddenly spring For a bird on the wing, Or dart up a treo, If a browu nest I see, And select a choice morsel For dinner or tea, And no one to blame me, Berate me or shame me For I am the lamily cat. In the cold winter nlpht, Wfcrn the ground is all white, And tho Icmles shine In a long silver line, I stay not to shiver, In the moonbenms'palo quiver, Hut curl up in the houso As snug as a mouse, And plsy Jacfcy Horner In tho coziest corner, ' Breaking nobody's laws, With my cbin on my paws, Asleep with one eye, and awake with the other, For pats (rom the children, kind woids l...

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. — 9 April 1866

1 THE DAILY EYENING TELEGRAPt PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL 9, 18GG. 8 CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional Local Items Me Third Page. TnE Ordeb of Odd Fellows. The car tp nt increase ot wealth and membership of th( ad n. ir able organization in unprecedented. A'.l oi the lodges are dotnir wcU, and buUdini? up ther fund against a period of need in dispens ing relief. Tli oj largest lodges in Philadelphia areOuttenberg Lodue (German), No. 108, reputed to have over loot) members; General Grant Loriire (German), No. 664, over 800 members; Apollo Lodce, No. 290 (American), has 700 members. During the past week the officers for the en suing term of fix months were Installed. On Saturday evening last, with all the Impressive ceremonies of the Order, were invested with the badRes and authorities of oilice, the pre siding otliclals of Apollo Lodsre. No. 29. During the lat acnil-BDniial term the receipts of this prosperous lodge were $3000. Paid out for relief of members durine the same period, $1...

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