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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 12 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 18GG. Paper and Its Manufacture from Wood at I'liliadelphia. If the question wera put, Vht alnifle trtiolo has been ol the rreatet se-vloe to mankind?" mature reflection would, we think, decide upon papr n that rtiolo, eince it ha boon the m-ans by which thought and ideas have been diffitod, not only among contemporaries, but preserved, and, as it were, accumulated in magazines for future ex pansion and growth. All otiior Inventions, and perhaps the holo erowth oi civilization, are due to tho material of paper. Every branoh of knowledge K reached, and every avouue to the wisdom of groat mind, and the rosuits & genius are exp ored only by moans of paper, and it blessings are diffused through all ranks ol society, Line almost all great bbss. ings, however, It has beon dcvolopod most ra pidly in the 'Tni'ed Siatos. Almost a 1 vegetable substances were us.id .or the manufacture of paper by our ancestors, but it wa not un...

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. — 12 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING 'TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1860. c BEFORE THE DELUGE. Among the foremost propntcntor of the ro mance of fact elands the name of Louis Figulcr. Year by year ho bus given us o( late a summary of the scientific marvels divulged duriig the twelvemonth past, with now and then a com prehensive work treating Bomo one subject lu tts full completeness. Suctl lr "The Worjid before the Deluge," of which Messrs. Chapman & Hall have publiBhcd 'an .admirable adaptation, very dill'erent trom an ordinary and servile transla tion, and which comes la Just now as a most t cafcormble gitkbook. I , i ' At this time of year, thousands of people are asking themHilves the question, What is the most wholesome reading for the young? Fiction, tables, and tairv talts or fucte f At. Figuler perhaps a little too exclusive and narrow In his educational views, too much devoted to "nothing like leather" holds that the tirst books placed iu the hands of the young, when they h...

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. — 12 April 1866

ALBUM GfcNS. A Rotnnlelaty. Come nit beneath ihe hawthorn tree, And press tby lips to minei I hav a morry song for thoe, Will cheer thy heart like wine. O wwll the bonny heath may smile, The lark tin clear above For w will lore a little while, Ibeugb aJ in vafn we lore. pir. John Rotter Chorler has lately published a oiome of verses, entitled the "Wife's Litany," hlch contains a prayer to the Virgin, bediming iiuB: Ihon that onoe on earth did weep! B a broken heart't complaint, And a paiu ttiat poison sleep, ' Mary, ilothor, Quroo, and Saint, Bear mo, lor my wound is dnopl Aid mo, for my soul Is lain 1 1 Bid the darknf ss oome and seal Earning eyes tbat will not closet Let me oeaso awnie to IppIi And the pangs of manv woes. And the heart toon mayst not boat, Ciontle Mother, hid roposol Hartal of the Beautiful. hore shall the doad and the beautiful sleep 1 the vale whore the willow ana cypress weopi here the wind of the west breatbos its softest sigh. here the silvery stream da flowi...

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. — 12 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 186G. "0 mm dello. The Fenian Demonstratlon-Hlghly Interesting from Eastport and Toronto-Strong Reinforce ments for the Fenians Open Convention In the Town Hall-American Veterans Joining ' Hands with the Irish Vanguard ' A Fenian Ves- '4 sel Runs the Blockade. The Fenians at Eastport. Eartport, Mo., April 11 Two larje English thips-nf-war are now here, with iteam constantly op, portholes npon, anil evory apjarance ot being ready. The American sy jp.uh zom h lie u.Tio; to consider their menacing attitude and appearance, although in British waters, m a otialleniro; ami tbs more excitable among the Amonean veterans are joining ilie Fenian clrc'es. The ionium are now In convention. Deserter from Hie Britlsi troops are joining the ciroles, and rcivuitngis vary activo. 8ECOKD DESPATCH. East-port; Me.', April 11 since mv .'a?t despatch another English war ship making' tnroe altogether anil a ierenuo cutter have arrived. Dunn th...

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. — 13 April 1866

KiiN IMTT TO -1 rA U AAHa (H m A TPTHT H A 0L. V.-No. 89. lIIH.A.DIULlIIIA., FKIDAY, A-IPRIL 13, 1866. DOUKLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. THIRD EDITION GREAT TRAGEDY! Arrest of Antoine (ianlhcr, Hie Murderer of the Deer ing Family. HE IS CAPTURED AT TWENTY THIRD AND HARK2T STREETS. An Important Accomplice Still at Large. IDENTIFICATION OF THE MURDERER. His Full Confession of the Crime A SEARCHING EXAMINATION BY MAYOR McMICIIAEL. The Assassins Both Drunk when the Deeds were Committed. TERRIBLE DEATH STRUGGLES. How Each Victim was Slaughtered. THE AMOUNT OF, MONEY STOLEN. Ganther Only Killed the Boy. HIS ACCOMPLICE SLEW THE REST. Movements of the Murderers Since Saturday. DIVISION OF THE SPOILS. The Prisoner a Discharged Soldier. HIS THUMB SHOT OFF AT PETERSBURG. The Incidents of the Chase and Capture. PULL DESCRIPTION OF GANTHER. JIotv lie Demeans Himself Sto.1 Z2to.. x: to.. utoM 32tO. The intense excitement that has pervaded the city lor the past two dajs was greatly Increased this morning ...

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. — 13 April 1866

3S. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the ftiot Imoort ant Topics of the Hour. COr:LB IVF.RY DAY FOB EVENING TELEGRAPH Murder by Low. Irom ttu Tribune. Masaachtiaptts to-diy haucm a man for' murder, who has not been proved to have com mitted the crime for which he will suffer, who never confewed it, who never saw a Jury, who has never had a trial in any legal Bonao of the word, and who, on the testimony of his own town- men, and of the highest medical authority in the State, is a dwnrf and an imbecile. That roan, in thoe circumstances, Massachusetts hangs to-morrow. , The history ot this case is without a precedent, ana we trust may never be drawn Into a prece dent in the tntiire administration of what Is called law in Mansnnhusrtts. When Edward W. Ureen was brought into Court and arraigned on an indictment lor murder in the tirst degree, he refused to plead tcuilty to that charge. Under the Msssathupctts statute, only murder with premeditation is a capital crime, 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. — 13 April 1866

CITY INTELLIGENCE I For Additional City Intelligence tee Ei jhlii fage. Proceedings in Cock cilb. Tha stated meoting of Council was held yesterday after soon. Meet Council. The resolution from Common . Council In relation to the murders In the FirBt Ward was taken tip. Mr. Harlow otfered an amendment authorizing the Mayor to Increase the reward to $."000. Mr. King thought that the reward already an nounced was liberal, and the character ol the . crime, no doubt, will act as an Incentive to the officers to search out the murderer. Mr. Freeman suggested that the original reso lution should be adopted. s the Mayor was best able to Judge of the amount required to secure the arrest of the parties. Mr. Barlow Suld he knew of no amount too great to oiler Jor the arrest of the perpetrator ot snrb a crime. Mr. Freeman again urged the passage of the resolution of Common Couucll, as it might be necessary to go above $3000. Mr. Harlow's amendment was not agreed to, and the original resolution w...

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. — 13 April 1866

published every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 S. Jhtrd street. Price, Three Cent ' Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per Meek, payable to (he Carrier, and mailed to . Subscribers out of the city at Nine Dollars Per Art.im ; One Dollar and Fifty Cento for Two Months, invariably in adoatce for Hit period ordered. 1o insure the Insertion of Adeertisements mad of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later Vian 10 o'clock eachMomina. PHI DAY, APRIL IS. 18G6. The Toint Iloime Tragedy. Tub thrUl of horror which ran through tkls community when the recent terrible masacre near the site of tbe old "Point IIouso" was first announced, Is now succeeded by an emo tion of satisfaction proporlionably Intense, In cotwequence of the arrest of tbe murderer. The slaughter oi eight persons In daytime, within the limits of the city, for the sake of plunder alone, and iu discovery, by accident, about four days afterwards, Is, perhaps, the most remarkable instance of ho...

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. — 13 April 1866

TIIE, DAILY . EVENING TELEGRAPH. PJIILADELPIIIA, MiDAt, APlvJ 13, I860. THE IMPEMD18Q WAR IN GERMANY. The Annirlam Armament A. Paolo la TriMla. Count Von RUtrjarcks' organ, the Nord.ieu.Urhe AVgemcine Zeilung ol ilotliu, Hays: "it Is evident from what in already known as to the Anstilan armaments, that three array corps arj in procow of formation and am respeotivoly tatlonnd at Cracow, in Autrmn tileta. and iu Bohemia. The city of Cracow is to be tortilled and armed with all poeaib'e despatch, and is to serve as the central point of the 1st corps The railway from Cracow to Mytlowitx, and the line oi the Vmtua up to the Prussian frontier aup.ort this object. Hie troona hitherto .n Cracow nave brn most y sent on to Bohemia, and are twin replaced by lorces from Oaf lioia. Iho 2d Corp., now aHirmbling; in Austrian Silesia, baa a orlluite strategic direction in the Odor and tiie railway from NVeiaitirchou to Oderbrg, and I covered on Hjh flank by the Cracow Corps i he towns in those part...

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. — 13 April 1866

mm. THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 18G6. 1 1 l 1 I 1 V 1 Billy MODERN ECCENTRIC. Scores, ntj, hundreds of volumes have bor-n fathered upon the oddity of character wh'ch mankind, In all aeca, have presented to to bscrvant writer who lovce to "shoot folly as It flies." Voltaire has said, "Every country hin it loolfch notions. . . Let .us'not laugh at any people;" but It would be difficult to find any ge which has not its curiosities of character to be laughed at and turned to still better mcconnt; for, of whatever period we write, something may be done in the way or ridicule towards turning the popular opinion. Diogenes owes much of his celebrity to his contempt ol comfort, by living In a tub, and his oddity of wanner. Orator Henley preached from his "gilt tab" tn Clare Martct, and thus earned comme moration in the Dunciad: Still break the lonchcs, Honlcv. with thy strain. Whllo Hherlocic, Hare, and uibon preach iu vain; Oh, worthy thou ot Egypt's wise ao...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 13 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1866; THE FORREST TRAGEDY. Lttr la Relation to the Murder on Oeneral Forrem'a PlAotatloa-Vertflct of the Coroner's Jury Forrest Xaken to rrli'i Point for Trial. From the Memphis Pott. We are In receipt of a letter from an eye-witness of the tragto occurrence on General For rest's plantation, last Saturday, which frlves more complete and further details than Lave jet been published. It will be seen that the Coroner's urv merely state in their verdict the cause of death, with out asserting that the murder was committed in eelf-delense. bUHFLowEB Lauding, MIm., March 81. Allow me to (Tito you an account ot serious and most un fortunate afiair, which transpired here tlm afternoon. General Forrest had Jost returned, about 4 o'clock, from the landing-, ana, nottciug troin the vapor that the cholera was reported in Mobile, went out to the quartois and set the ireednien.who had been allowed to quit work at noon, at work cutting dr...

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. — 13 April 1866

ftiS DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 13, 1866. RECENT ROBBERIES. The Mullen and a Half Affair-Arrest of the Supposed Madison Ave nue Thieves Pursuit and Arrest of an Absconding , French Cashier-The Latest Burglaries and Robberies, Etc. Etc. ft em the Ntw York Paper of to-day. Tto MnrtiNon Avnn Bowl IHhjj, OF THK BPOTB. TTI1EVW K)mir1T TWFNTT THODRA.1D HOLLARS OF T" BrWBS SBCCR1T1KS BKCOVBKKD. 8omo lurtber dovo opmonts In tb 4 c,,0 0f tun HIGOOOO in Treasury notes, railr and other ocurillr stolen from tho resldonoo, r Mr. John 1. Moore, No 110 Madison avenue, 'y ,'Q0 ni tit 01 tho 2ad ultimo, as previously ropo' in the Herald, wcie maile yetcrday aitomoo-4vtne iont folioe Cojrt. belore Justice Dowlir., t appears that on Saturday last, two mien, riv ,vi(f their naiaos as Lewis Clark and Charles lxtnni 4. called anon a Kmitleiuas. living, in tho oppor part Ml the city, aud oll'jr 'd to ell htm snndrf coupon, bonds, which, aftor exaial auoh, he was satisitod were a ...

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. — 14 April 1866

n nT1Tr7n-1T vk TP H A ALA VOL V. No. 00. ;PI-IILA.DI3L3?HIA., SATURDAY, 14, 18GG. DOUJJLE SIIKKT-TIIREK CENTS. U ALU OIIOIL.lt: JZu. Deprived of Its Horrors by Purifying and Enriching tho Blood. A'OW IS TUE TIME TO USE A fREVEXTlVE, There is None Equal to Hetmbold's Highly Concorrtrated Fluid Extract Sarsaparllla. TITE CIIOLEBA In d fi live vitallzatlon oi tbo Hood, and 'when the Mood lllfiCS 111 LIKE GIVING rOWEJl, t euFC relaxation' o( tlie contiac'Uo Dowrr ol the blond vrttt it oi it Oi.ay and the Intestines open tbolr myriad xriteit and l itie alfiuniu.ou or uosh making material passes ofl Irom tho bowels I'l Kf JMi IlKAL'lliY KLOODlKI PlSIS T)HESE, And while iliciernny lc no occasion lor alarm, thote cf ijuf Hood aie u.vbt liable to Duller. Him llllll HUH linn HUH inni nun mm mm HUH iiiimiiimiiiiiH mm huh nun mm 11 11 II 1II1H II Fl' ( HHH 1HIH blUt IN TUE HHllNG MONTHS the system naturally HrflriioiH a change, and H I. I.M ISOLD S HKllll.i" fcONCtNIHATtl I. XT PACT OK .A)tSAl...

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. — 14 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 11, I860. THE NEW YORK PRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF 'LEAVING JOURNALS Ul'ON CURRENT TOPICS. QOYPU-BD BTEBT DAT FOB EVEK1NO TELKORaFU. The Coup d'Etat-A. J. fYom tM Tribune. Tht organs of the AdrciniHtrntlon, from the Richmond Examiner djwn to the New York News, are Dually dcvlFlntf plans lor "abolinhlnft" Confirms. It In amusing to rend their many lined Bchomcs for freltiiiir things rirrht again, and placing the nation on the ''true bnsis of national unity.'' It freems to 118 that valiant (rentlemen who fought like Troiuns tokcepotit of the Union for live ye urn should not particularly complain it they are permitted to pray live years longer before coniinr in acraln. Possibly, if any one of tie seedy iroiitlenif-ii now lianaing around the looin of the Senate or the Houpp, hoping to enter upon the srreen tic-Ids of inili-urrc, Hnd sta tionery, and books, and pat), and f-a&conaric, had Ix-en aVked f wo yenre apo whether he...

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. — 14 April 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHIL ADELPIII A , SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 1866. MATTERS OVER THE RIVER. Dead. The little child, a son of Mr. Carter, who vu run over by a heavily loaded wagon yesterday aitonioon, and 10 dreadfully crushed, died this morning about tour o'clock from the cflects of bis injuries, Ho was only throo scars and six months old. . KoBWtnfl AT WoitK. A Bcrlc.i of robbe ries hsve been, rccontly perpetrated in the lower part of Burlington county, a gang ot that clas 01 villains having been prowiiug about lor sonio time past, and all efforts to apprehend tliem havo thus Tar proved unavailing. River Thieves. Several persons were arrested a day or two sinco near tuo month ot Cooper's creek, and tiiken bofore Jnlice Casady, who commltied them on the charge of nvor thiev ing. 1 he rnco in pursuit of them was ono ot a very iii tore.-bug character, but iho police wcro succossiul. CITY 1 NTELLIGE NCJE For Additional City lnkiUjittce see Fifth I'agc.i Inquest in a JIomicide Cas...

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. — 14 April 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, AI'KIL 14, 1806. Is pitblithed every afternoon (Sunday except") at No. )08 y. Jhird street. Price, Ttiree Qml Per Copy (VcvbW Sheet), or Eighteen ( ettts Per Heck, payable to tie Carrier, and mailed to SuhmrHiert cut of the city at Nine DoVara Per Ant.nm ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in adoa-ve for the period ordered. lo insure the Insertion of Aacertiscmcnts in all of ovr EtJUxrns, the mutf be forirardcJ to onr office not laltr than 1,0 oV'ocfr r:teh Mom inn. SATURDAY, APRIL 14. 1MB. ii r r i til A in On the 14!h of April, 1HC6. proat rfllicrion was brow bt u:xn the Amoncnn peojilo bv t!io nisassimi tion of tli 1 monteil bkaua h Lmcoi.n. then Pro mdOTit of tbo Uutted States Tho unrlr-rsuned is tI:oivfcre directed by th- rrcoideiit to iinn ounce that, In oomniemoranon of thnt event, t.io pnbllc ofllccs w 11 boclostd lo-morrow, tbe 14th inslaut. ' William H. Skward. I'ffittment ef Strife. Jt ashivyon, V,V...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 14 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL Id, 186G. 5 (Our Paris Correspondence.) KtTUESlE'A MTfr WHIN. Paris, March 15. T!ie fashionable fomalo world Will be astoun lod at the latest whim wbicii ha sol rod tbe beautiful Empress. For iomo time odd rumwa bare been orcu ntcd, which are now thought to bare had an origin in the far-roachlncc poller ot the Emperors', rather than tn any change in the tastes of the Empress. Visitors admitted to the privilege of seeing their Majesties in tho retirement of domestic life have ex pressed their astonishment lit tbe simplioityol dress adopted b Eugenie. A plain dress without t'linnvne, end worn with only a linen collar and cifTT, w u said to be her costuino on one occasion. In the recent Si.cech made by trie Emperor before the Corps Legislatif, be declared lilmself lired of hearing about more liberty for Franoe. What FraDco wanted was not more liborty, but greater nmplicitv, virtue, and nawinoss. To this speecft Jules FaviO nmdo...

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. — 14 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 18GG. 9 rv " . u 1 1 1 I I1 NUMKER LXI1I. 4 i1kt ioii ui:ntat, TJYurr.rTiCR, and crn HB llY-rftCIIONDRIA. II V-POCRI-V, OR ANY (HiMI'LAINT (IK A HY ORHKR. hy oim si:imi:s iuitok. AND DIAItT. MllORT JWFTHK II.I.OOIOAI. OHHU V ATtONS FOR TUB WEAK. April. JInlTV1. Giratexcltcmnnt In Frank lord, Gold imil lu exwt iu ono luaua collar I tie (loccp. tinn a ton irtininarint when It was disco vered to be isiiiK.'a's. Tnecrtwy, 10 Arr.val of tfip Ooorirla Klavo Tniuiic. Thry rve a Vocal, Unm. ami Contra Band hnturtiminii'iit tt Mi ionul ilall. The Manrmtinu Cluti, wfh Storkton. Ilrok, anil Voorhees, meet in A'ow X'orlt, and Oiuo and trine ovr their iiiisforiuiici. W'i-MI.T, II spirited ricbato la tho United Mntes Senate. Mr. Wilson moves to prohibit tho introduction of "fn nibs' spirits' Into ttio Capitol. Air. McUnnpali oliocw. and dooUr a bis i in oat i nd voice ai e at til tor whisky and war. llinrhdnj, Wood-l'upor b mqnot at t...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 14 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 18GG. v ' TIIE TRUE HISTORY OF A LITTLE RAGAMUFFIN." A NEW BOOK ABO UT 1UE LONDON I'OOU Mr. J nmps Orecnwoorl, the "nmateur caMiul," wdoms remark-oblc adventures In a London wont-hout-c have attracted miirh attention in Eng land, has publisher) a Lew narrative said to oc a picture of actual lite amonar tbe London poor under the title of "Thf True History of a Little RapamiifTin." It is highly praised by the Ens liBh (ournala, one ol which remarks that "so gTaphic is it in style that we can scarcely divest ourselves ol the idea that ho must have been on intimate terms with the rntrmulliri he personates." Frying-pan alley. Clerkcnwcll, was the place in which the hero tirst saw the lurht, his luther being a "coster.'' and till his mother's death, which happened when ho was about six years old, he seems not to have had a particularly hard lime of it. There are in this volume several bits of char acter-drawinpr which are in t...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 14 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 14, 18GG. 8 . SCO T T, .7 K.f ?. SOOTT, JR., AUCTIONEElt. '13 J AUCTIONEEK. A. IMPORTANT SALE MPOHTANT SALE- OP WORKS OF ART. WORKS OF ART. m 5 f If 795 'S SIX'ONH EXTENSIVE SALE SPLIKDID AND VALUABLE AMERICAN AND FOP'jq oil Paintings, In Elegant 0WmentJ Gold Gilt Frames WILL TAKE PLACE AT Nb, 1)1 0 CI I.E8NUT Street, ON "WEDNESDAY AND THURSDAY KVEMNOS, APRIL 18 and 19, At Hall-past 7 O'Clock TUi' following 5s a partial List of tbe names of jfcrtlefs repve-ented in this important collection: CALAMI?.. I'lCHJbL. J1IKV1CII VOIi BP13MEK. LAURENT DE BVEL. KOE1L IiOEK. steinikk. jacohsos. iungheim. LIT SCII AUEIt. , SCIlOLTEM. CKCIKSIIANK. VAN DIEGIIEN. UASSELCU AP. 'VON KKBUN. SEIUNAC. VAN LAMPl'TTEK. HOSIER. ARIUF1ELD. It A UN. 8FBKCKR. DALBV. morris. iia6eltine. LKICKBT KfcVADX. r VON ELLEN. BOVCI1EZ. MARIS, 1)K VOOSL. PAUL WliWtU. WOKAS. DXISTRE. HAMILTON. BAUMGAUTNER, SC1IULTZK. VON IIAMMK. BODDISGTON. JIENRV. GABE. The publi...

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