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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 16 April 1866

y . r ' - ' F , ' . r ' ( f : . ' . I r r r THIS K j j N IM TT- TrTl 1 Ha 11 A Pa TP A TPThT VOL Y.-No. 91. FI-IILA-DELlPIilA., MONDAY, APBIL 1G, 18G6. DOUBLE SHEET TIIREE CENTS. THE WORLD OF FASHION, Paris Made for April- Another Batch of Movelilex, l.io. From Pari Le Follet. Tbe law of fashloni with regard to the mt cf dress sot me now establ shed la a very leoldud masner, lt in quite inadmissible for any dross to be niane with p. aits ail round tbe waist; the front and aides, at any rate, must De plain. There are, however, two ivle in rone-the 'Princess" and the ' Fourrean " For most figures we five the preference to the former; whioli has on y one large plait at the backi while ttie BCoond it entirely on the bias, lute a long casque, and i cer tainly grate. ui, there beinir nothing to mirk the waift. 1 he 1'ourrfau" ib, therolore, less becoming than the "i'nncGss." For both st; li s the lonu train is necessary, . , 'I he etvle of the crinoline Is very sensibly dimin ished, but i...

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. — 16 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL 1G, 1866. THE NEW YORK PHESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF LEADING JOURNALS UPON CURBEST 10PICS. COVPIUD I VERT DAT FOB EVKIUHO TKLM1RAPH. Terms ot Reconstruction. From the lrihune. The Daily News ts in -want of information, and very properly applies to the Tribune. Quoting that olanee of the Federal Constitutlpn whJcht preiciiboa tljat ; i. : , . . ri; ; I '' ''' "Eath ttouse (hall be tho Jndp of the elootlona! returns, infl qualifications 01 iw own monibcrs' , It ask?: ; ' , '. ' . . . . "Doe The Tribnne moari to eay:tbat this clause jrives to the two Iiwie of tkmgrett any power to de clare, bv concurrent re-oiutinn, the noli her Mouse ahal', without tho consent ot tbe oiher, 'be tho Judpe 01 the elections, returns, and qualifications ot its ewn mcnibrrr and does not the TlYtbune know that tliat is exactly wbat tbe two Houses of Concrresa have done tinder the dictation of Mr. Tbad, Stevens and bis Central Directory t" ..' .. Answer...

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. — 16 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING. TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL 1G, I860. CITY 1 NTELLI GE NUE For Additional City lnteUigmce tee El .an raw. J . i The Murder FuKTnER Pabticclahs. During Baturdaf and jentorduy tlio Police lorce was enpaid in tbe tcarch lor tho allcsid accomplice ot Probst. Anion? tbe arrcste made was that of a Gorman, who was taken on Aap kiln turnpike, Twenty-second Ward. Ho told contradictory stories In reenrd to his destina tion and tho jiopsoscion ot certain poods found on his pcisou; hut an examination on Satur day alternoon proved that he was in no wise implicated in the murder, and he was discharged. On Saturday the two puns supposed to, have been taken troin the house ol Mr. Dcaring were found behind the door. i There has been conoldcraMe discussion as to the nationality of Probst. He baa been repre sented as a German, but was stated to have come from Btrasburjr. On Saturday, the police twero put in possesion of letters directed to Probst, and written bv his lather...

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. — 16 April 1866

feimtrj tMctjwjrfi Is published every afternoon Sundays excepted) at No. 108 8. Ihird street. Price, Three OerU Per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cent Ter Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of the city at Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. Jo insure the Insertion -of Advertisements in all of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. MONDAY, Al'EIL 16. 1866. The Dealing Massacre. TnE excitement In the public mind caused by the slaughter of the Dkaking family, Is cot likely to subside for some time. Little moie can be learned about this afla r than has already been disclosed, and yet the feelings of this community will continue to be exer cised for an indefinite period by the almost incredible atrociousness of the massacre. It u especially singular in two respects first, the appareHt disproportlonateness of the mo tive to the magni...

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. — 16 April 1866

THE DAILY- EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APKIL 1G, 18C6. AMUSEMENTS. Abch Bthmt Theatre. tfr Lawrence Bnrrott in a man of rouius. (i all our younir actors aiirinir to m Mc a rank, ti liaa Die f roatpst cnanoe 01 future frrtmM. He lis intenut. power, patties and a tine voice All bit creHtlona boar evldi-nc of intel lect tboucht. W e Tore rejoiced to hear of hi engar ment. He comes reily and v e rzneoted to see him in something hat would hare displayed the rroareM his genius lias mu le, but he ba Judged the rbiladelphia pub 10 omy uo to the standard ot sprotaou ar diania, and probably, aa far aa the con eralpu"llo is concern' d, he is rljjlit. Toe Vuke'i ifottn, therefore, wi I be pipannted th's evening with II the p en dor and taste fur which the Arol Htroet J boat re is renowned Ir has bwn twice preionwdj'' in mix cn, wiui vnpatie, and aiiorwarat wna Vestyaii but probatm it will on ecdiioeilv better presented at the Au h on this ocoas.onthan it baa been at anjr ot: er ilm...

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. — 16 April 1866

6 TEE DAILY EVEN IK G TELEGKAPD. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, AI1UL 16, 1866. KO'li:S ON SCIENCE. MAOHKBIA CRUCIBLES. Connected with the Musonm of Artillery in Taria s a vci j tine laboratory lor the trial ot the various metals proposed to be nned by enns and cannon. Tiiif. is piesided over by Captain Caron, an exceedingly inpenious and capable man, who is not coiitent with examining merely what in sent to him by tbe Government, but is himself constantly enttafied upon original researches Into tbe properties ot the metals and the best method for MiPtiiir them. We are indebted to him lor our knowledge of several ot the rare metals, and lor economical ways in which to prepare them. Captain Caron has recently Demi investigating the origin of the bubbles which form in cast steel lust as it is setting, and creatly deteriorates its value. IIo has propounded the theory that the carbon of the -tcut and the silicate ot iron, from the silica of the crucible, react upon each other to produce the gaB ...

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. — 16 April 1866

AaatAfl-aV.SakKl THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH". PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, AHUL 1G, I8CG. Y RELIGIOUS IKTELLIUKA'CI'. FOREIGN. England. It Is paid Hint flnco the death of Lord I'Hlnirinton, Earl RufRell, In lull airreo nient with the royal Inniily, tines the Influence of the (JovcrnnK nt In behalf of Iho Broad Church partj. The succrssor of Dr. Wbeweil, as Mnatpr of Trinity, Is ald to be a Uroaa Church man. Scotland. Tho FreP Cluirch of Scotland has 790 ministers and 8(i8 churches. It Is larjrer than the Preab tcriun Church in Ircland,.whieh has CliO DiiniHtcrs. 8octh Africa. From Natal it is reported that the successor ol lr. Colenso, as RHhop of Natal, has been selected, and that all the Entr lih bishops have agreed to recognize the new Uishop." Francr. The grand prelimlnnty convention for 'taking steps lor a new tinnt-lutlon of tho Bible, which has been in course of prepurntlon lor years, held Its brat session in Paris on the 23d ol March. The leading men of tho Catholic. Protectant, a...

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. — 16 April 1866

8 MATTERS OVER THE RIVER. Keligiotts CosrvBimoJT. The Wes Ts'ew Jrrsny Haptlst Sunday School Convention assembled In the meetirifr-house of the Borden town Huptist Church on Tuesday lost, the Presi dent, J. 1). Tustin, in tho chair. The Uev. P. L. Davie, Pastor of the Tabernacle Church, Cam den, wan appointed Secretary pro tera. The ses sion was opened with prayer and sinslnp. In the absenco of the Executive Committee, a new one was appointed by the President The Presi dent appointed the iollowinjr Committees: On ApnhchtiODS ot New tjohooli; to Nominate OfUcers; on Obituaries: and on Next Daco of Mectinir: all of which brought In their reports dunne the session, which were approved. The usual letters for the past year were read, ex hibiting an unusuul depiee of religious interest in tho churches and Sabbath Schools repre sented in the Convention. Many of tho pupils have been converted during the past year. Ap propriate resolutions were passoil In which the ottict-rs and members of t...

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. — 17 April 1866

'.1 ilul VOL. "V.' No. 92. lrLAJDELMIIA., TUESDAY, .AJPKIL 17, 186G. DOUBLE SIIEETTIIREE CENTS. -n n n i him TWIT ' WiP'lP-'A TPTRT L 11 A LI A. A UJT ji.UJLjL. iJL LI U o THE PLATE WAR. Important from the Parana-The Brazilian Admiral at Corrlentes with a Powerful Fleet-He Hesi tates to Cross the Parana and Invade Paraeuay-Naval Raids of the Paraguayans-Thelr Canoe Fleet-Its Armament and Plan of Advanco-lnae- , tlvity and Conferences of the Brazllians-Cen. Lo pez's Mode of Action Infernal Machines and Batteries of the Paraguayans Change of Minis try In Brazil, Etc. Etc. Etc. Kio JASEino, March 10. Later advicrt were re ceived m t .in city yesterday, bv the Euglish packet steamer A no, from the Kiver l'.a e. The auics are a tooews:- Coiitontes, 26fh Feb roar, ; bucuos Ayrcs, 2Sth February; Montevideo Ir.arcu 1. TAROY ARRIVAL OF ADMIRAL TAMANDARB AT COllKItM'liS In my Inst I ruoutioned tho erf at dissatisfaction cxi roBed by tlio u iicd laud lorcus aud the pooplu aonera ly at tho prot...

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. — 17 April 1866

THE NEW YORK TRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF WADING JOURNALS UPON CURRENT TOPICS. COMPILED XVKRT DAT VOB EVE5IN0 TELEGRAPH. Disinherited Brooks. From the Tribune. The Jixpress devote tt columns day lifter day, to certificates from its Copperhead confreres that Its editor his been badly treated In the late do cteton of the IJotiBe that, ha was not elected to that body. We trust he will-succeed next fall thereby, in gtiin tag what he never yet had had a regular Democratic nomination for Congress. Hitherto he had nominated himself, and then compelled the bulk of tho party to support him by threatening its whole ticket with the oppo sition of his mythical "Constitutional Union" party. Now let him have a regular nomination, and let Mr. Dodge be fairly pitied against him, and we will see where he comes out. Meantimo, we nealn tiree the friends of Mr. Dodge to print a juttnphlot edition of Sir. Dawes' speech, and Slare a copy in the hands of every voter iu the istr'ct who can read. That is th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 17 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 18GG. BEARING MTJEDER. THE CORONER'S INQUEST. SCENE AT THE COUNTY PRISON. THE PRISONER PRESENT. PROBST GUILTY OF ALL THEMURDERS RENDITION OF THE YEUOICT. E(e EMn XtM Kto Etc., Etc., Etc. yesterday aiternoon at 4 o'clock the Coroner's inqucHt la the frreat murder case took place at the County Trison. A largo number of wit nesne were present and examined, among them the boy '"Willie," the only surviving member of the Dearlnjr lamily. The mnrdcrer was present during the entire Investigation, which lufteil five hours, lie ex hibited entire self-possession during tho entire proceeding, and did not wince in the leat when confronted with all the evidences of his guilt The Jury returned a verdict that all tho mur ders were committed by Piobst. Below we give a full account of the inquest; TEBTIMOKT Or THE WITKCftfiES. , Mrs. Elizabeth Dolan sworn My first name is Elirabeth; 1 live iiow in Burlington, Aew Jerrey, in Peail street, a...

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. — 17 April 1866

J published retry afternoon, (Sunday t txcepted) at No. 108 fi. Hard street. Price. Three deM", Per Copy (IkmlA Sheet), or Eighteen t ent Per Wvel, ri''e o On Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers cutof tlie city at Nine Dollars Per Ant.vm ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Tteo Months, invariably m advance for the period ordered. ' . Jo insure the Insertion of Adoertisements in all of our Editions, they must he forwarded to our oQlee not later Uian 10 o'clock each Morning. TUESDAY, APRIL 17. 18GG. Coppcrbcnd Clamois lor ITsurpEtion. 5umk propositions are so atrocious that like some kinds of poison, they become their own antidote. Of this character is the proposition now being urged by the New York News, and kindred lournals, that Pres dent Johnson shall Interfere by force in the deliberations of Congress, and at the point pf the bayonet induct the so called Senators and Representatives Irom the Rebel communities Into the scats for which they have so long been clamoring. It is somewhat r...

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. — 17 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHIL AD ELP III A, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 16CG. AMUSEMENTS. Nw Chmiujt Bthkkt TnKATRB Miss Msepfo Mitchell, titer an lu do ot lour or five years, tns.de hut appearance la-t evening to stood house. In the character of "anclioD." Althouirn Miss Mitchell ha not played bere tor r'i slio ban plarl in New Yoik, Baltimore, and all the aitlos of the Union, ao that every one bassoon hur, and ever? vone knows lflaRpie Mitchell's "Kaachon." It ia the very em bodiment ol elfish miso h let and fun, and In choosing this conooptfon of the character Miss Mitoiioll hat shon her JtHetnent, tor ahn possesses gr.at vivscity, aotivlty, and animation, but ua no pa hos. 'J be quality ot her voice, shrill and nasal, prooludos thla more than want of tooling. The beat portion of ber performance ia neoidec ly the first aot. In which be ia original, and thoutrh a li tis exaggerated, per iectly eartiei away her audience b her xubor.11109 of spirit and Hie. She lias preserved her youthful...

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. — 17 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 186G. RELIGIOUS TROUBLES IN ITALY. ltllti of the MwMicra f Prot"tant la Barlcttn YIx Poriona Hilled and ftbont Tweaty Wonoded-rnrr ot h Blob evrnl i Prlentn, Monhf, and rrlraf.clr Airnl, Et. Florence (March 29) Cor -tipondence London Times. The Berlotta massacre turns out to be Terr little Inferior Jn atrocity and extent to the worst ot the first accounts that reaehod us, and the Diritto scarcely rpoke In an exaggerated strain wheu It do elated that jiili at, at the nead or an ignorant and brutal poople, had renewed in little Marietta the savage soodos ot the nivht of 8t ttartholomew in i rmuce." J tie instincts or fanatical pries is seem the same m all are- and eountnos; otherwise one might well wonder at the perpetration of such atrocious enmea in the name Or religion in the Tear 18 JO, and in country that claims to rank with the most CiTllixed. It is notorious, howeror, that the Terra dl Bartls by no moans one ot the m...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 17 April 1866

'A 8 CITY INTELLIGENCE MA. Splendid Private Residence, This murnini? we inspected rarotuliy tuoailne building reci-ntly erected by Mr. James K? Jus, yno has acquired wealth us a manufacturer 01 bricks in tUU city. It U altuated on Broad Mxert, about two squares soutu of tho Baltimore Railroad depot. The front, which is of four toricR, Is coin potted of pressed brick from the establishment ot the owner, and it U clalme.l that no such perfect ones have ever boon mod in this city. The brick mason, Mr. Win. Geary, Las accomplished an admirable ob thcioinclni being a remarkable specimen ol the buildor'-t art. The Iront is oruauiemed by rcssinira of marble over tncjdoorsaud windows, shnplo but very tastelul in fesin. Thene continue to the very too of ihe budding, ami have a very plea sant elfect in breaking the monotony of the whole. The doors and windows are of solid oiled walnut masvo and elaborate. The build ing is finished with an ormniental cornice ol ex treme beauty, and the arcuod ...

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. — 18 April 1866

Mkti n pTT I.! . La.. .1 a II 'A Vol. v.-xo. 93. PHILADELPHIA, W JSDISTESDA.Y, APEIL 18, 1806. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. TMJLJEGmAFHo it ijxii: cholera Deprived of Its Horrors by Purifying and Enriching the Blood. AO W IS TUE TIME TO VSE A 1'REVEJXTIVE. There is None Equal to Helmbold's Highly Concentrated Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla. THE CHOLEHA In defective vltailraUon ol ike blood, and when the Wool lobes its IJFE 01VIj0 vowER, It esuscsl relaxation of the contiacMle power ol the bio, dres,it oi the 6 ay- and the intestines open their myriad blood vesteit. and al Ihe albuminous or flcsh ni'ak Ing material passes ofl Irom the bowels. 1-VKK AMJHF.ALTIIY BLOOD JUK8J 8TB DISEASE, Andwblle tliercmny he no occasion tor alarm, those If wifurt blond are u.cfit liable tu eullcr. mm IIHII UHll nun ii n ii mm mm mm mm huh HIlHUimDHIIH Illlb HUH mm mm Him mm mil mm mm uun in THE srEINO MONTHS Ihn system naturally mTrtnt'OM. a choline, and HILMfiOLilN HIGHLY rONON'l HATED i XlHACT OF bAU.-Ul'AK...

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. — 18 April 1866

THE NEW YORK PRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF LEADING JOURNALS UPON CURRENT lOPICi. OOH PILED &VKRT DAT FOB EVENING TKLFORAFB. Reconstruction. JFromVte Tribune. The twtimon.y of A.' IE Stephens, as printed clap where, will be read wilh a peculiar interest. The secoud officer In the Confederacy but al wajs regarded as a reluctant Rebel possessing the confidence of the good men of the South more thoroughly than any of their leaders, his words nave more than ordinary meaning. He tells ns that an overruling aiorlty of the people of Oeorpia are now wUllntr to accept the results of the war In all their fulness, to become loyal citizens, and abandon forever any claim to exer else ihe right of Secession. That experiment in a failure, and If nothing else deterred them the memory of the dreiidiul war would be sullicient. Emancipation is accepted by the people in good faith. The neproes desire to work, and the re lations between employer and employe are as satisfactory as in any part ot the wo...

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. — 18 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18, 18GG. MATTERS OVER THE RIVER. Sanitary Precautions. Ths Sanitaiy Committee ol Council has taken the piecnu lionary BtopB in the nmttT of notifying hoii?e kecpers and property liol(lcrn,that they must, hy the first of May next, have all nulanccs, tilth, parbnpc, etc., removid from their prcmlnes; also, that all places where water accumulates and becomes etaenant fihall be filled up, and their pUces otherw ice kept clean. If It it not done by the time uppctticd, the city authorities will have it attended to at the expense of such properly owner. This measure should be car ried out to the utmost extent, for there are many places absolutely filthy, and calculated to en gender disease. Should the cholera make its appearance in Camden, they would contribute largely to the Tirulence ol that scourge. Cleaning the Streets. The process ot rlcanlnj; the streets has again commenced. Workmen aie en-raped in scraping the dirt up 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. — 18 April 1866

. Is published every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 308 lhird tired. Price, Three Vein Per Uopy (Dmtble Sheet), or Eighteen ( cns rcr HVri, payable to the (ktrrier, and mailed to vibsrVers cut of the city at A'ine Dollars let int.vm ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, inrariabiy tn advance for the period ordered. Jo insure the Insertion ot Anr.ertisem.rnts in all of mr Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Mornina. WEDNESDAY, AI'ItlL 18. 18G0. Reconstruction Probnble Action ot the Joint Committee. Tn problem ot reconstruction continu?8to be the vital question before the couutry. In must be so until it shall Anally be solved. There are rmraors that the Reconstruction Committee in Congress is about to report. What will be the character of that report what its recommendations what its policy we are not informed. That tome conditions, as a prerequisite to the admission of repre sentatives from the Itobel communities, will be required...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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