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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 10 April 1866

t r M TX! "TTT A H A -rr K AY O VOL V.-No. 8. PHILADELPHIA, TUE3I3A.Y, APEIL lO, 1800. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. MM 1 ifiLirLd CENTENARY OF METHODISM. Meeting at St. Paul's Methodist Episcopal Church, New York-Addresses of Chief Justice Chase, ' and Bishops Janesandslmp son The Chief Justice Pleads for Civil, and Political Rights for the Emancipated Slaves, Etc. A public meeting was held lust evening In St. TauTs Methodist church, corner ot Fourth avenue and Twenty-second street, under the auspice of the Ladies' Central Centenary Association, being the second of a series ot meetings which are to be held dunng the present year, which is the hundredth year of tno existence of the Method ist Church in America. The church, which is the largest in the city, was oro dea long before the o euiiig of the exercises. Aside trom the impoitance and Interest m the movement, so far an this iutiuential denomination is concerned, the announcement that Chief Justice Chase would preside would have bee...

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. — 10 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TEIEGHAPD. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 186G. THE J?EW YOEK TEESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import" ant 1 epics of the Hour. COMPILED VST BAT FOB XTKHIKQ TM.SOBAPH. Conferees and the Piestdent-A Policy ol . Conciliation AecesMuy. From tht Timet. For the Bake of the country and the bonor and ,rcll-bcln(t of the Republican party, , it is to be hoped that the statements In circulation pur porting to Indicate the plans, and purposes of dlrcrs members of either branch of Conpresa laTe no foundation i ouUlde the minds of .their Authors. If bnlt of them were: true, there would be reasons tor anticipating another revolution as a not Improbable contingency, i in''1 All tliwe stories assume the exL"rtence of a ferco, imilacable, continuous hostility be .tween the Prepident and the malorlty In Con rre. . 1'hey Impute to the President a dis position to act tne usurper, and to his anta gonists a modest and unambitious but Arm determination to...

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. — 10 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGIUrn. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 18CC. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional dry hUOUyinceK Lijtt'.n J fl''. Amebtcan Union Commission of I'fnn sTlvama akd Nkw Jf.ks hY. For tho pnoii.rapc- ment ol tho titnicU ot Dip nbovc-nnmpd Comrti'b Fion, Btirt likewise for tlio tnirpofle ol Knowing the citizoci ol the two Statrs tho admirable n (latitat ion ofthlsvorkto tho end lor which it wa3 estub lithed, viz.: ii.lnlntrrinp 10 the poor, educating the tcnorant, liuproviuj.' tho morals, and better log tlio country, it is doing as much, if not moro ' with the funds enUtiBted 10 it, limn any other organization laboring ii. too 8011th. we give lidow an extrnet lioni the m.inthly report ot tho Rev. EmlcrUk Avres, Acetil ot the American HisHlonnry Association, lub'.trlngln Atlanta, (a. lie says: "In cloMnsr tny report, I cannot for Vear speaking ot one of the iiohlept charities of the nee and day. 1 allude to the 'Free bcliools,' lor tho ikstittite white children, now in l...

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. — 10 April 1866

,.TDff DAILY .EVENING . TELEGRAM. EIIILADULlmA, TUESDAY, APRIL , 10, 18CC. Js publihed etery afternoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 S. lhird ttreet. Price, Three Cent ' Per Copy (Double SJicet), or Eighteen Cento Per :" Woek, payable to Vie Carrier, and mailed to ' Subscribers out of Vie city at Nine Dollars Ter Ant.um i One. Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. TUESDAY, ArRIL 10, 1866. Governor Geary In Kansas. TnnBB is a chapter in the public Ufa of Gene ral Gkaby, tho Republican candidate for Governor of this State, which ought to be fiilly written out at this time, If for no other reason than to vindicate his character against the assaults that are being made on it by the Democratic press. We have not space to do the subject Justice, nor, with the pressure on us of the many other topics that demand at tention, have we the requisite time to perform tho task satisfactorily. A brief allusion to some few leading tacts is all we can at...

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. — 10 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH.PHILADELPniA, TUESDAY, APRIL 10, lfi6G. AMUSEMENTS. WalhctStrkkt 1 ukatrs If there wore man? plava like Duma written, aenaational parswnoli toon ecu" to exist, and til stajfe woul 1 go back to its former rol.nenu u , and axain leconie school of hifth art. Jsiana Is charm n, brilliant, in cxqanito tome overt aentmioo ot the dialogue has a point. The lansuaa-e i iu 1 ol l ouUoat iuia?e y, ai d we aro rl.ul to record that tlio audience luoroutfh T au.ioyod it, niiucftoO'l it and aero deeply interested though tin re fins noitucr b.gouiv, uiurdor, liorsuloidoin tue p.uv. I he cor struct ion (It is cot sacrilege to say it) of "V i'tna" roiiilLds OS ol Much At o A'uut A'nthini "Diana'1 Is the iilea ol my Larir lisilain, "Bo Uric " and like Beitnco," lOiswearj lore a id scorns ihe whole male wi. I lie plot ol the play consuls in the efforts to brinit her to aco-tit ilio suit ol a handsome, young, and , ardc Hi Jl nice, and love's niaquerado ensues thraugli many m...

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. — 10 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH.- PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL1 10, I860,; - TUB flPRIKO FAftlUONS FOB 1806. Curia and Tufa, ami Paddlnir, , r Watr rfcl's and Fizzes, i False Maria-Janes, And artificial Llzzlcr, 1 Wool from Merino, Also from the nifrirer, ; Pone In whopping pads And laatlv gtown biggrr. Oh ! were fashions, ever : T Equal to the preenir , m . Halt a sack ot latere " , , - j Thrco(iuarterg of a . Beads as big a crick- Mwont. Buttons large as t-balls, : , llcre'a a pail of r tnen, And there's a ' ft,VrJ'i0, : Ool ol fishes. Cairo with tw ' ' , Mftkea a ' rnnariet Kennel ("s'Vv bat, What .uli terrier, "Won't W thin of that f W .the fathers cluster? W int the husbands wrlpelo vnn ihcv ee the thlnps come borne, And won't the ladies gigRle? xlIE SOUTHERN RELIEF FAIR. AntOKmph I.tterol WAalilng ton, John AiIhiuii, Lnfnyelte, aud Alexauder XIniuillou. 1 The prcut Southern Relief Fair, at Baltimore, or which preparations have so long been jiiaVmp by the Indies there, opened at th...

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. — 10 April 1866

1"- THE DAILY EVENING .TELEGA iTtl. rniLADELPIII A, TUESDAY, APRIL 10,1866: HOOP SKIRTS. i FIRE AND BURGLAR PROOF SAFES I COAL. 't RAILROAD LINES. f RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE. FOREIGN. England. Mr. SpuiRoon's Divinity School, (supported by voluntary contributions, ha now neurit one hundred students In it, and out ol the tittj-ulne students who have become Baptist ministers the past year, lorty have gorw irom this institution. ' ' ' . , A-A KroDe petition has been pent from Eng land to the Pope ol Koine, asking tor a restoia tion ot communion between tho two cburcho. The London J'alrwt says: "l'e pie may smile at the abhiirditv or such attempts, but parties putting them forth are in earnest, and are men Of ettlcd purpose." Mexico. An attempt has been made to recon die the Pone and the Emperor Maximilian, of Mexico. The draft of a concordat, which has been prepared at Home, Is said to be satisfactory to the Mexican Emperor. Soutii Africa. Bishop Colenso has now been formally excommunicat...

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. — 10 April 1866

1 4' INTELLIG 1SNC E Additional Ixxal Items tee Third Page.) Death of an Old Philadelphia Mer chant. (icorffp Hnckor, Ksq., one of oiir old'-st merchants, died on Sunday last, at tho ifrcm old ae ol elKhty-onp. Mr. Iliicker was born in London, but his family removed to this country when he was a child. All bis relatives died of yellow fever In 1793, and he w! loit alone tn a strange land to strtiiftrlo for a livelihood. When qoito ayoiintr man he commenced the croctery business, an'l was one of the earliest who eu-gnp-d in that trnde, lie was afterward ea y lit od In the dry-roods business, but some years a co retired upon an ample competence. For flit? two years ho has been a member of tho Unptist Church, and prominent iti all the opera tions of that denomination, lie was baptisod in tho Delaware over hall' a century a,o, at the spot where Mujden street wbart li'is since been built. At that time no dock wa there, mid tho Btrean flowed up to th .? undv shores. Ha m? miinbsr thou of ...

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. — 11 April 1866

f - I i r lo nn v. a i k i v 1 1 i ,v, -.wlajoisrlsaDY, A.i3xtii n ibgo. VOL X.Xo. bi. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. n n TTT1 PI ' A TTT) TTTT H .A ,1 I! A T 1 ,1 til JidU A 4 '-, 1 J ! . - -------- . 1 ' -m ' " " JIK CMOl.FJtA Deprived cf Its Horrors by Purifying nnd Enriching the Blood. AO IT IS 1 UK TIME 1 0 VSR A 1RF.YEXT 1VK. There Is None Equal to Helmbold's Highly Concentrated Fluid Extract Sarsaparllla. TUF. CH'M.PRA J ilofcrtlTe v1tall7aflnn ol the 11 ttt, anfl when the Wood LIFE (11VISG row ER, esnses retsitivtieTi cf the renfiactllc DowcT ol tho hir r t) nmi nt the bony tni the liitrntlnrn open their royrisil A'ofrf rerte '. nrrt ad the alhumhious or flesh-msklmtrna'cri-t pr of! from the bowels. yi'HF AM HFAI.Tll Y RI.OOI) fKF.PlS I 3 PISF.APE, And while thornrrttv he no orenslnn fur alarm, those ( iwf or Moerf are m'oft ilnhle to sut'.cr. mm Him mill huh nun unit mm linn mm nun mimniniimiti mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm mm nun IN inr. PrriVO M0NTB8 tho system naturally mimum tinti...

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. — 11 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 1866. THE NEW YORK PBESS. Ecitorlal Opinions of the Lead I no; Journals Upon the Meat Imoorf . ant Topics of the Hour. COiTltED EVKKY DAY FOR EVENING TELEGRAPH Tbe Civil Right of tho Frrdmen and the - New Judiciary Bill. " " From the Timei. The fpellnjr which led to the p9af?e of the Civil Rights bUl was doubtless-that lji toattori "which related to the ttfoi race at the South It ould not bo Bate to lave the colored men lo thcglocal laws and courts j that the nntlotflvntr ptedpefl tff see to It that they receive Jhs'tlcfe, ' 81)3 to that end would bare questions hlch Jtfvolvcd' tbelr rights determined before), the Inderal courts In all cases whore those fluoa tfotis could not or would not receive a just , and equal decision at the hands or the State tribunals. Bo laudable a feeling ought not to lo balked by any fuiluro of the means em j)lo)ed to carry it Into action. Those means ehdild be In tho highest degree -wise and...

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. — 11 April 1866

in1 THE,' DAILY -EVENING TELGRArn.PniL'ADELPniA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL , 11, 1866. CITY I NT EL LI OE NC E For Additional City lntiUij-nce see Ei jtdh . Board of School Controllers. iho Controller ot Public Schools held a stated meet ing yesterday afternoon. A communication was received from th Direc tors of the Kirst Section, lnlorming the Control lers that there are in that section. 828 lilldrcn awaiting-admission into the schools; that two of the sehool-hoiiRes are unfit lor the purpose, and that Scott school will have to be soon seated. Controllers are naked to request an npprornlntlon from Councils of $;10,0()0, to build two school-houses, of cicht divisions each. The communication was referred to Councils. A ronirminietition was received from the Di Tectois of the Seventeenth Section, notifying the Hoard of the nnsasre of a resolution, iu Tthieh it Is declared that James Mc.Manus has not been ft member of tne Board of Directors of that section sin 3c the first ot last January, 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. — 11 April 1866

Jt pvbliihcd every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 S. Third etrect. rrice, Three Cent' Per Cory (.Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Per Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed, to fiubscrfbers out of (he city at Nine Dollar! Per ., Annum t On Dollar and Fifty Cent for Two Month, invariably in advance for the pertod ordered. ;. ' ! WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11. 1866. Steamship Racing. "The latest news from Europe reports thitt' two rival steamships the Alemannia and the Hermann will soon sturt from Southampton for Hew York. toffCther,jlth the Intention of racing across the oocan. This will no doubt be frralt lyinR to the pride of the owners of the steam ship that wins, bat travellers will And in it a warning to keep out of ve.els that Indulge In euch hazardous pastimes." TnE above paragraph' Is dipped" from a morn ing contemporary paper. We read it with regret, as every person must have done who feels any concern for human life and the in terests of ocean steam navigation. The pre medi...

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. — 11 April 1866

MiaJu THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 18G6. ittua LEGAL IN TBI LIGKNCE. DldBirrr CotrHT No. 1 president Judge Shan Wood. Mechanics' Bonk ts. Stephen flausgan. An ouon on two proroissorr notes drawn bv tne de fendant to the order ol the Insurance Company oi tlieHtate ol Virginia, in I'eor-mtmr, ItW, and by the Compnny mdomei to ihe Bant ol the common wealth of Kichmond, Virginia, and by tho bank in. dorsee to plaintiflit. The doiene tot np wan that the notes sued on weie tiven in payment of tho rronliiraon a certain policy ot insurance made br tnv Jnsuranne Company tiirouvh thoir rent in thia city, ana tlmt the oomldora tion therefor lalleo by the cancoi'ation ol tho policy br thfl airont ol the Couipsnv alter the brcakm out ol tbe Rebellion. It was further ret up In nolonw that when the p atnt lis bocame tho indorjers of t.ie two p omiftsorv nolosi, tuo piectHlititf indorsors, viz. t the Inauranoo Company, of the sute or Virginia, and the Hank of mo L...

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. — 11 April 1866

c THE CARRIAGES OF LONDON. rrlvatc Vehicles and their Changes . AN ESTABLISHMENT NOW AND IN TIIK 'GOOD OLD TI1UES BT OSE Of CHARLES DICKENS' BEST FRIENDS. "Tho disappearance of ptetailB Jind leather kreecbes from the House of Commons, 'tho rise and fall cl the Stanhope gig and cabriolet, the decline of chariot, the extinction of the vis is, and the introduction of the Brougham." This was the answer of a desperate civil service candidate to the question, "What were tho mo-t remarkable social changes which followed the 1 Reform Bill Vs According to the tradition of the Foreien Office clerks, the freshness and troth of tho reply saved tho modern Phteton from the fatal "plough." - There cun be no doubt that anion 01 the many rcmuikuble social changes within the recollection of our middle-ape 1 men, none has been more decisive than that in the character cl our pleasure carriages. Macadam wa8 tha first great revolutionist in Long acre. He made it possible to dispense Willi the beioic inev...

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. — 11 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, 18C0. A J1FM,E'S ASATOJir, As Described hy Jones to ftmith. "A. en lcnrllrl creature !" M yon nay ? T in Mi-s McTitmcl; down Broadway We'll follow on, mid twin; her. Now don't you K''t excited, Rmith, There's more ot husk, mj boy, than pith, In that voluiituous figure. "A lovely bust 1" I prant yon that; No maid that e'er tor model fat Could boat. a plumper, finer. Hut ah! it crow not wbcro It gwr-lU Those orhed charm are cotton "hoIIs," l'roduccd in Carolina I "A taper wa!9t !'' That's true, ctjad I Those dro.winakers know whnrp 10 pad, From Hhotilder-rtnips to Bush-tie. A handsomer inverted cone graced not AhaueriiH' own, The rare nd royal Vashti. Observe har hoop; at every tilt Her "lower limbs, lor conquest built, Displays the thoughtless lady. "Magnificent!" you say; ant so. Yet bolts for healthy calves, you know, Tana muster ott keep shady 1 "What glorious nneli-U !" Well, that's true; We'll pivo the perruquier hi...

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. — 11 April 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, , WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11, I860.- MATTERS OVER THE RIVER. Tee CnoLEBA. The apprehension that this dreaded iteotince lim arrived on oar shores has created conBidtrnble fear, ana incited fresh, activity amoiiR the cl'uens of Camden Id the work of placing the city in a proper sanitary condition. The streets are to oe kept thoroughly cleaned, and the eflal, Rarbneo, and other tilth that are usually thrown out must be placed in suitable boxes, cto., to be caned away. The authorities have passed an ordinance in refer ence to this matter, which will bo duly and rigidly enforced, and those persons who would escape the penalty imported, gnould take cans that the ordinance Is carefully observed to the very letter. UoiiBf keepers are also enjoined to cop their cellars and basements perfectly Cleansed, us a sanitary precaution. These ob servances are rea ly necessary as well (or the ncalih of the inmates as iir the good of the city. New Bridges. At the r...

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. — 12 April 1866

KiH I! iNTT T!71n TTh A TTTiTr.Tr Mi i Mi hf re i ri A J-O VOL V.-No. 83. PHILADELPHIA, THUESDAY, APEIL 12, 1866. DOUBLE SIIEETT1IREE CENTS. U It J U MJJ a JLLVJkJL hi JLLJ SCENE OF THE GREAT OCTO B A. Residence of Mr. peering Point Road and Jones' Lane. B. Wagon House. C Corn Crib. D. Barn. E. Haystack, where most of th bodies were discovered, and where the body of the lad was found this morning. Here, too, the bloody clothes of the murderer were picked up. LATEST HORROR! Bloody Outrage in First Ward. THE "COSDEV "SPRING," "BART LETT," COOSA," AND JOYCE TRAGEDIES OUTDONE. An Entire Family Butchered in Cold Blood. WOMEN AND CHILDREN BRUTALLY MURDERED. Escape of tlio Assassins. HEAVY REWARDS OFFERED Seven Mutilated and Decomposing Bodies Discovered in a Compost Heap. EIGHTH VICTIM FOUND THIS MORNING The Only Octo-llomicidc on Record SHOCKING DETAILS OF THE CRIME The Victims Have Their , Sculls Crushed and Throats Cut. PAINFUL POPULAR EXCITEMENT LAST NIGHT AND TO-DAY. Practical and Th...

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. — 12 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAFH.PHILADELPHIA. THURSDAY, , APRIL 12, 18GG. THE NEW YOEK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Tcplcs of the Hour. COMFILJD SV1BY IAT TOO. XVEMKO TBLKORAPn. Constitutional Powers. JFrom th Tribune. The World quoted Mr. Jeiferon as authority ior the dlctom that our political system reserves to the several ta.Pa "every power purely domes tic," and that " I ho Vedoral ft, In truth ourfrroipn Government, rhicn department alone is taieu from tlie tore leigntv of th Bt',airute 8 atos.' We mot this with Indlsoutablo citations from the Constitution itself, wherein porris given to Coneress to protect inventors and authors by pntonts nn:l copyrights; to coin money; to stnblish Post Offices and post roads; and toes tablish uniform laws on the subject of bankrupt cies, while, by that same instrument, tne Htates are forbidden to com money, pass bills of at tainder, or ex post facto laws, or rnpatr the obli gations of contracts, etc. ...

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. — 12 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 186G. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City Intelligence Ei jhVi Fay, i . Religious Nkws. The Kcndorton rrrs jtTian Church, Tioga street, above Broad, was dedicated last week. The church, has beeu fitted up in ft neat and tieauliful manner. The revival still continues in many of the Tresbytorlan churches in this city. A larsre number ot new members have recently been ad mitted into the church, North Broad street, Wanajunk, Third United Presbyterian, and others. s ' There Is also an unusual spiritual prosperity in the Baptist churches in this city; sixty-two persons were baptized in eleven churches dnr lnff one Sunday. The same Interest is also manifested in many of the churches throughout the Btate. . j i Bishop Vail, of Kansas, offlclatinff for the ab Bent RiBh ). Stevens, confirmed from the 1st to the 31titol March, 416 persons in Philadelphia parinhes. Th largest number confirmed In any one church thatof Christ Church...

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. — 12 April 1866

vnritu clcQtaph Is published every afternoon (Sunday excepted) at No. 108 S. Jhird street. Price, Three Vent Per Oopy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per R'cfl, I ay able to the Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of (he city at Nine DoUar$ Per Anuum t One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Turn Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. Jo insure the Insertion . of Adcertisenvnts in all of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'ctock each Morning. THURSDAY, APRIL 12. 18GC. The Pacific Railroad - Condition and Pros poets ot the Work. Tuk announcement, made a day or two since, of the laying of the last rail between the Missouri Taclflc Railroad and ths Eastorn Division oi the I'nion Paclflc Railroad, dops not mark the nauguration of any new enter prise, hut merely the final connection of two roads which have been for some time In ope ration. The Missouri Pacific Railroad runs from St Louis to the State line between Wisconsin and Kansas, at Kans...

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