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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 21 April 1866

rm HIE ' EMMTO MJT- VOL. V.-No. 9G. PHILADELPHIA, QAJT UED APRIL 21, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. n ill n 9 THE CHOLERA Deprived of Its Horrors by Purifying and Enriching the Blood. .1 JfOW IS fUE TIME TO USE A PREVENTIVE. There Is None Equal to Helmbold's Highly Concentrated Fluid . Extract Sarsaparilla. ' ' TOE CIIOLERA. Is defective vltalliadon oi the bloud, and when the blood loses il. . , upj; GIVING POWER, I t e aoses relaxation ' of the contractile bower Ol th 6ord vfttiftt ot the body, and the intestines open their myriad blood ttuelt, and ait th albuminous ot flesh roak inn material passes of) Irom the bowels. PUKF AM) HEALTHY BLUUJUltr.lSIS DIUJSABJS, And while tliereniay he no occasion for alarm, those tt impure blood aie moat liable to euller. nun huh Him nun hint nun mm H ii it niin HUH minHiinniimt mm mm BHIt HHU mm huh HHU HUH HUH hllH IN THE BrEISO M0KTH9 the system natnrally nVuots a clianue, ami HKLMBOLUS HIGHLY EoNtlMHATtO IX1KACT OH' fAKSAFAKILLA la an aH-lsta...

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. — 21 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1866. LITERATURE. ATUbelWar Cihrk's Diakt at Tn Confkdb- Bati States Capitol. Bv J. B.Jones. Two volume. J. 15. Llrpincott A Co. We confess and we do bo with a sense of con scious Ignorance that never, until the present nine hundred pnges of printed matter lay bafore us, had we heardjof J. D. Jones. To be sure, a perusal of the work leave us pretty familiar with the history, family, fcollngs, and, more particularly, the vanity of that great roan; but, considering he is the author of a number of "well-known novels, we lament our Ignorance. But be that as it may, we know quite enough of that gentleman juht now. It Is rather aggra vating toi loyal winds to rend a preface dated March, 1800, which contains references to Jeffcr eon Davis and J. C. Breckinridge, as follows. We give the Introduction entiro, as a specimen of treason, impudence, aod vanity: This Diarv was written With the knowlodge of the President and the Secretar...

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. — 21 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 18GG. an Italian Government. . . The great quontion of all, however, rip posi tion ot France, is not answered. The Eimomr nas given no sin to the world of what he will do. , lie waits to take that place tor which France willingly bear tho burdens In peace of 600,000 armpd men ot arbiter of nation. for that crisis, when both parties standing armed for the strueele, his word, and his 600,000 bBvc- net offered to either will prevent war, or will make the one certainly victor. And yet ft must ' be, even to the French Emperor, a difllcnlt path to choose. With Prussia, be looses all chauce and hope of securing the Rhine; with Austria, he takes the side unpopular in France, of oppo sition to Italy and the liberation of Venetla. 80 doubtful would war bo in its Issue for him, that our hopes ot peace now may well rest in hU interest in peace, and on his iniluontial advice prevailing. President Johnson's Speeches to the Sol fliers,...

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. — 21 April 1866

SATURDAY, AfRIL 21, 1868. The JVccowflty of Ofllclnl Dignity. Th great cause of the birth of parties in our land wa found not so much In principles 68 In the practices of the day. No sooner had the adoption of tha Constitution given birth to a new form of nationality than the Repub lican and Federal factions arose to quarrel oyer the dx-ees rather than the doctrlnps which should subsist under the new regime. Those familiar with the early history of the struggle will easily call to mind the acrimony with which each party abused its opponent. The Federalists were "royalists," "aristocra tic," and dclred a monarch. The Repub licans were " Jacobins," "subverters of order," and Imitators of the red revolutionists of France. And although we may smile at the hard names applied, and consider the issue one of the dead dogmas of the past, yet to this day we feel the influences of that bitter contest. The qulot dignity of the first President was augmented by the formality with which he was sur...

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. — 21 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 16G6. AMirSKBlKNTf, rxnn.Li'8 Opkha.- fhe last but one of tho series ol operas that has t"en delighting us this winter look place last cvenm a repetition of Linda. Miss Deneero nes recovered from her indis position, and Hie opera mi tnereiore given coin I'loto. Miw Hewlett has very tiiuch improved! alio lias gained loroej her voice has lost its. crane ton"S, aud ia bo v Kiuoo'h and mollow. Her execution in " period . y even. All tliut Alls Hewlett wants is ex pression to wake Jier, a pleasing- as woil ai a line V'slngor. X'lie degree ol perfection to whloii Mis Hewlett lias attained, sno vs iho (rrtmt service r l'ereili'f 01 era ara dome- tor the proems or muiiO i and tbe influence they williiuve on our future. ; lliey must wcvituoly liad to a foundation 61 a musical school which will bu ot immense advantitnre to our populat.ou, and raise Phlaileiolii la tbe rank ol ci tin. Miss Denegie's voioo and tnannor uie utterly ch...

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. — 21 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 186G. NUMBER LXiy. 1 A DIHT FOB MKNTAL DTBPBPTIOS, AND A COBS FOB BY-POC110NDBIA, HYPOCRISY, OB AMY COMPLAINT OP A BY ORDER. ' HY OUR SKltlES 1 DITO R. ALMANAC AMU DIABT. VllOBT METRE-ILLOGICAL OBBBSRVATIOHS KB TBS WKAK. April. HoaHr, Arrival of Hamiti, the Champion itower from Pittnburg. Ureat number wout dawn to Gloucester to see him row, at the In vitation ot ill nnblto bonne keeper, liatoill not making hn appearano?, the hotel kesper aid he would let them ee a shad row il thoy waited a little longer. Tueariny, 17 1'he Vieilant boys house the new carnare aonatod to them by the Fair at St. Anrostine's Church. The toys IpcI rich enough now to keep tholr horses aud carriage. Wtdurndiir. IH. C. Clay takes t ie iron-olad oath, and is released fiom Jb'ortrees Monroe, ticnerai Monoe du into port tasiuort, Wane. As the Fenians prepare to Invade Canada, be preparis to Invaue ti e Fenians. Tburadry, Rebel Fair at Baltimore. The...

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. — 21 April 1866

. . i THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, I8GG. Wordsworth and Hartley Coleridge j W GfUBMERl CnURCHTAKD, WB8TM0RELAND. Two graves, and in them noeta twain, Tlie two not halt a yard apart. Two brother bards, who thus have lain A dozen summers, heart to heart 1 Well matched they He where few are matched, Within that cherished churchyard plot, Two mutual souls, in lite attached. And even in death divided not Bards of the mountain and the grove, Who yet wrung lesson from the acre ; Trim churiotecrs, as ever drove Fair Fancy 'a gaudy equipage : They sleep together, side by Mde j And as they sleep, so lived they long ; Two friends, whom nothing could divide, Two suiters, Joining nana and song. J AMK3 DAWBON, JB. Macmillan' Magazine. THE LIVE SOFA. A MAN OF MANY VAGARIES. Mr. Lundy was a peculiar-looking man, with a thin lace, and long, straight hair that, he fun cied never needed cutting. He had, at one time, been very unfortunate in his business; bat, though m...

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. — 21 April 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1866. MATTERS OVER THE RIVER. Street Cleaning. The following wpre the propositions lor donning the sire ts of camion, rectntiy made to ( ouiidl t David Crecvy, II50 Charles O'Neil, 800j John Motjlouchlin, t700 ; Jonathan Kutbnde Jr , sM50 t J. H. Wood, Jr, (666 I Campbell Jb Brother, 340. leeae (renfe ten being tho lowest bdlers, ot course received the contract, and cave act ihomsetvos to work In earn, cat In cleaning; the streots. ' Thin is an it should be. for tbe rauld approacti of hot, weather, and tbe near approach ot the oholera, demand that all the streets shall be kept olean and unencumbered of garbage and offal. ' TowNPnip Statements. By a law passed tT the lfgis attire ot New Jersey a year airo, town ship elcrks are oolired to publish lui' statement of the rccipta and expenditure" of their respoo ive townships, under a pona'ty of a tine ot flitv dollar Thia in a good law, as itwiH enable tho taxpayers to asce...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 April 1866

Mm VOL V, '-No 97. rHILADEL'PHEA, MONDAY, APEIL 23, 18G6. DOtir.LH SHEKT-THREE CENTS. .HE JEV nrifrT WF(HM A"PTnT 11 JildJijllvurJyi JJjio r The Bubble Burst-Tftfc O'Mahony Side on the Wane-Ceneral DIs-content-The Roberts Party : Sweeney to Move Be fore the First of May. ,1be bubble ol Ken-anl'm apiears to have ready IV It rue, O'.tlauoi y ia 8 il ai Union r-quitro, ba. wo no lender hear 01 tho script of iargo su'im of money, r.o ivmor of warlike prepaia font are a lent, do muss inoetinirs a.o bung or to be bold, tue proplii c.e of the rrnva ol h'epii.ns ami tho con quut oi Canada, or lightinir iu lrolund, in J3or luudo, in Aeisua.ia, in lnnia, and tlie eantro of AMci, nave not Ueu luliill d, and consequently ti e lifb bonds aro lew ami away beow pur, and eten the moai enthUMastic Fenian begin to loje conUdeL-oe fu the movement. 'I'll': piipoii al work of the Union Square author!. tleetat pie.eiu coi'siste in soHriu ndinra fair whioli is fx lug uo'.d in v.ernai,ia Hull lor tne benot...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 23 April 1866

THE NEW YORK TEESS. 1IV1CEIAL OPINIONS OF LEADING JOURNALS VrOA' LUUREST 101' ICS. comruiD iviiiv day rem ivkkiho tki,foiiaph Common Sense and Cholera. Prom the Tribune. Mr Acton, at the meeting or tlio Doiud of Health, four days ngo, Inquired how it happened that the steamship Virginia whs allowed to come up tuo Bay with th cholera on board. JVe havo seen no satisfactory answer to thia question, and, still less, any reasonable explana tion why the Ship was permitted to lie offStaten Inland from Wednesday evening till the next moraine. The RBfniranro that heretiher t'ie duty of the Health Ofiicera will be properly dm i: burped is very well ; but let us hope that we fray not have to regret that the stable door was not shut before the horse was stolon. The learned doctors are still disagreed whether cholera Is contagious or Infectious, und in the meantime the pestilence stalks Jrora country to country, and hurries thousands to their graves. While the question Is in dispute, common sen...

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. — 23 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL 23, 1866. MATTERS OYER THE RIVER. ItELiGious. The newly orftan'zcd Metho dist Episcopal Chnicti, the congregation of whioh worsnip in theOdd-rollows' Hull, m rapidly Increas ing in Humbert. Ttialr Pastor, the hV v. Mr. Raker, In in eloquent preacher, and attract largo audlencng. The congregation, will soon erect tor their uses a tino and commodious house ot worship on Coopnr street. The ordinance of Baptism was performed last even ing In Ihe labernaoie Baptist Church, as well as in one or two others. The religious interest which commenced some tnreo mouths ago is still Aept up, and attended with rcmaikubly good results iu alltho Tarious churches. Comino Down. The recent freshets la the Delaware are being taken advantage of by the lumbermen, who are bringing to market large quan tities ot rafts from the 'militaries flowing into tho river from Way no and Tike counties. It is said that the owners of rafts and lumlior dealors have...

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. — 23 April 1866

(Evening Mcpnl Is published every afternoon Sundays excepted) at No. 108 S. Ihird street. Price, Three Cent J'er Copy (Dmible Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per Wek, payable to Gie Carrier, and mailed to tfnbscribers out of Vie city at Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for tli period ordered. lo insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later tlian 10 o'clock each Morning. MONDAY, APRIL 23. 1860. Ate German-American Citizens Less Moral Than rhelr Neighbors ? A statement has boenmade by a contempo rary, in connection with the late Deabing tragedy, which Is calculated, In our opinion, to do the greatest injustice to a class ol Amer ican society for whom we have the h'ghest respect. Our neighbor assorts that the great majority of the murders committed in this country are perpetrated by German emigrants, and deduces the broad conclusion that the Germans as a people are more a...

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. — 23 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL 23, 16tfi. THE ACADEMY OF THE FINE ART: KOUTY-SECOND ANNUM- EXIUMTION. In the sprinjr of every year, a if in syiti'ift'liy with the season, the wall ' 01 on r old Ae-demy h!uh and bloom Rain with the bruutv of art. Then we discover what our arllsis have been doing for the past year, tor here their brst works are asiomti'ol. The aatlerlos aro tilled with now pa'ntini.,, not toeroly those of American ar isis, but with the foreign piofure which our we .lihy connoisseur are oonxt'.intly importing. England, Franco, and Germany are laid under cnntnbn'ion. Nowhore c in. the ontrarelled I'liiladulplnan a'udy ait to suon ad vantage, for it la the only pallor In which the various schools ard slylrs are represented. The visitor may iro bvk to "the elory that was Greece, and the grandeur that waa Rome ("have at least glimpse of the beauty or the early Italian pslnters; study the new tendencies of art In other conn tilm, and compare witii ...

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. — 23 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. l'HILAlOELPIIlA, MONDAY, AfRIL 23, 18G6. 1HE ASPINWALL DISASTER. Harrow r.ttcapt Wh Im Kltro-Ul.vro rln? Pcmn narrow escapes from destruction bv tho ox plosion at Aiiuwnll are reported, duo ol tho mot remarkable was that ot tho An oilcan bri Kremlin, f the Kostun Ico Coinianv, winch lav not more than ono hundred cot aoern 01 th" European, Imine ' dintcly between her and tho Ircteht house. The brut escaped eVmost uiiinJmoi; her ock cabin was trained lew inches tint of place, while the lroight house i a comp oto roin. fortnnatelv, at the timo of the accldont only four of the oleiks connected with iho Iroiput (hum tmont in Aspinwall wero at their p. mi. Two on the wlin f were instantly killed; tho other two Mr. Uuiuliutn lO Mr. rorrnan, were in tho Irui'ht homo, Dm with wonderful presence ot nund, on sod' -f tho roof Inli )n(f, one climb' d over a car and ahcltored hi nue f in window, while tho oli or stoppod into a doorway, nd bi th wereavod. I ne ro njiml...

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. — 23 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAriL PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL 23,1866.' Cariosities ot Enting. The following, from Halt's Journal of Health, will be read with interest by those who are obliged to Ftudy close economy in their diet: An old b( au, formerly veil known in Wash ington city, was nectiHtotiicd to cat but one menl in twenty-lour hours; if, alter thi, he had to go to a party and cat a second dinner, he ate nothing Bt ull the next day. lie died at the ago ofjeeventy. A lady of culture, refinement, and unusual powers of observation and comparison. Deenme h widow. Reduced lrom alllueuee to poverty, with a large family ol pniall children dependent upon her manual labor for daily food, bho mado a varietv of expeiiinents to ascertain what arti cles could be purchased tor the leant money, and would at the name time "so the laithest," by .keeping her children longest from crying for something lo eat. She loon niscovered that when they ate buckwheat cake and niolasfles they were quiet lor ...

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. — 23 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL 23, 18GG. 8 CITY I NTELLI QE NCE For Additional City lnleUwnce tee Viird Page. ss Amruican Union Commission or Penn sylvania and New Jrhhbv An Interesting moot ma In lions ' or ttio above commission was bold in the Calvary rresbytortan Church, Fifteenth and lo cust street, iat evening. fbe pastor, Rev. Mr. Calking, presided, and a liirossos were made bv the Secretary, Mr. Joseph 1'arker, Kev. Jamus M. trowoll, I). D ., aud Churles K. Lex. Eiq. I ne ob jects of thli commission were ful y id forth by tue tooretary, and it o aims to publio sympathy and supnart enforoed by those who followed Inm. as thia orfaniratlon becomo hotter known 10 our peo ple, itmnst secure a I the aid ft requires I i It uoolo work ol le'iovlnp the dc-titute ana eiiiiffbtinlnfr the ignorant niaspe ol tho south. rennai ivanm and Nov Jersey have stretched ont tholr arms and cia'-pod thir handn, bo a to allow the Hate 01 Georgia a pince to rent, lu its time ...

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. — 24 April 1866

THE EvMNIMdj- TIE JLK UK APE vol v.-No. as. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 18GG. double shuht-three cents. INTERNAL REVENUE. The Committee Report To-Day Reduction of Taxation Recom menced - Changes pro posed The Proposed List of Free Coods. Welcnrn bj special despatch from Washing ton that Mr. Moir'-ll, Clm.nim of the Coininit tce on tosniui file;mn, will make a report to-day, )i-oj,o3H)'; crrtain incuiications in our system 01 luteinal Revenue. Tiie present condition oi the public finances 1b tucli rs ta wuiru'it, iu the upiuiou of tlio Countiittce, a rcmtctio i ot the burden ot inter sal taxut'on now burr') by the country to the extent ol utaut $ iO,00(),ou3. The Committee, tbcrelorc, aiter ii.amrc deliberation, have agreed to eaibody m the bill luey will recoiu menu, the lol'oin; ci'tui';- i of raiiband exemp tion. A Ihi'L'C pYvs oi ihe .0 !' income resulting to the Government from these moditi canons . 111 be nimie 1. 1 b.v a-i i-icic ;e o the duties on ertuiu sources o' reven...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 April 1866

PARIS AND CONTINENTAL COItRENI'OADEACE. To the Editor of Th Einng Telegraph: Paius, April 6, 18(10. When Ionls Uapoloon, now Kmpcror of ouo of the most powcriu1 nations ot tho earth, attempted to urge tho pooplo of Strasbnr to Insurrection, ho Jiltlo thought that snmo town would a quarter of a Century later, try to turn tho tables on htm! how ever, such ifl tho oaso. It is neithor a Clinmbord, nor a Count do 1'aris, who is oppoa njt bis power: it is a portion of the electors 01 t jo capital of Alsatia who lire preparing spokos lor tuo wheels of the prosout jovomment. Tho ministerial candidate M. do Busslore, who Jim for sonic yoan past bad it all his' own way. will this time moot with an opponent fu tho. person ot 21, 'i.abouluvc, a man of very liberal Tie vs, and "well known as tho author of ' Paris in Amorique,, a work which Kives us a vivid and faithful picture of lh manners and oiietonn of froo Amonca. shall in few months see whethor tha liberal yarty in Strasbnrft will be power...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APHIL 24, 18G6. LETTER FROM JOHN IIITCHEL. Mexico Th Nnlllttnl mwlon-mwnU of II French Troops to KvaciifttA Ditte Ylxtd Aliriiilti not Contnt-Wiill Wlsb a, War wllh Amr-rtcn AnHtrln to Stntl Troop to Mxto II aa Tfeett or Her Troopa at noma Dlimnrk itnd Karolyl Jleltlteri AnMrla nor Prnwla dolus; o War Hotli PreparluK Smaller Powtm England French Klecilona I.abonlKe IIok (nil Trl" ctilno?Coiunilaa loners' Iteport Pamh, April C The Huron Snillard' has re turned to 1'iiris, alter uuvins accomplished his niisstoti to Mexico. The Monilrur hns iiunounccd ofliclally "that, in consequence ol . communica tions which liave been ex hanged, between M. Danio, French Minister In Mc.iio, Marshal Bit zninc, and the Mexican Government, the Em peror has dec di d that the French troops are to evacuufc Mexico in three detachments ; the tirst detachment is to take its (lepatuue In Novem ber, 1HUG; the scond in March, 18i'7: and the third in November ot...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 April 1866

i r vii iiWiliiiiiiMliM urn imiihmmi aiiiMi m . ilosiiiiiiliiiiiiiliistuiiiiaiaiiasstiisir mtnrmmmtuimmtmmtrtwmTfr-ri- ""- , wnnrtn-ff OiWiimiiiiMiBin ssiiawiiriiiissirfi'-STiarsils iimhmimiimi ji.ish 'in im himh: m isft snatiif m n..ntrin in niaaviiWai Tr-icrr' uriitiW ntmwnrm wir wrrniit in'iniMiMWiMni-Mt ism nwignam wwiin mi iiimiiniiMUin n ijnimttinini.ii iJ miini Miiiaiisasi ihjhh naisi fcn ibIihitwh i mi iwninn nrnninirn'i in mrf -T"iHi ' m i - i m mn "n r iiith i "i ,rsir-rr "r "i T" Si i i i THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAm. PIIILADELrillA, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 18GG. 2U. t-. o ct.r: ' at i ., $ published every afternoon (Sunday excepted) at No. 108 .S Ihird street. Trice, Tliree Cent Per (Jvi y (Double Snect), or Evjiiteen ( ents ret Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to Suhrcritiert out of the city at Nine DoVars Ter Annum : One Dollar and Fitly Cents tor Vpo Months, invariant in adva-ce for the period ordtred. lo insure, the lnseiiwn of Aacertisemenls in ah of our Editions, ...

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