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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 24 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 24, 18G6. AMUSEMENTS. Alton Stbkkt Thathk. M'me Coasts ma hor arprraiic last eveoiur id tue pari of "Captjin Vandeidr-ckcn." captain Marrvatt hai writtua a novel on the suhjoct of the "t'lvint Dutchman," which ia lull ol rotiiarce and iutrpit. J-roui tlilj hotoI we Biipvoxo tiiat ibo vaiioui plays that have been elTcn arc taken. All the dramatization, how ever, havo boon fxeaod'njriy tiru.omo, the omy point abontthom beiii ihe c ever man nor in which 1 the imcrest of tie story la cot rid or. The ronton at the Arch la no exception. It is perfect'? incom prphonaibin and without a pol ir 01 interest to elvo effect to the tub oaux aud the splt-nuld atairo eflVci, which are no admirat.ly given. The nnmoroui front acenes required to jive the time noceanary lor prepara tion for the Brand tableaux, randr the ploce wearl ome in tho extrcmo, and make the audinnce lone alarbt of the plot. Madame Coles was admirably gracolul. Her costume...

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. — 24 April 1866

6 THE FRENCH IN MEXICO. QlUlvA ('osrestoRiiCKcc or tiic is?;iic Department. DESPATCHES FROM MR. SEWARD AND M. DROUYH DE LHUYS. Tlie Dciur.nds of Friincc. KOEEEATION OFIJAPOLEON Tho Position oi Austria. MI MS T Kit M OTLIJY PItOTES IS AGAUVST 1 KAiNCIS JOSKIII'S AII(. MAXLUILI IN. Mr. Seward's Instructions. PACIFIC RELATIONS DESIRABLE. Etc.. l-.ro. it.... VVABiiiNf.To.v, Anrt! 3. The 1'fosidont to-duv cent a nicKsaue to ttiu House of Kutr'H.-ntiulvi s in rcnpouHO to tlio resolution ainp lor inloimutioii in relation to the proposed evacuation of Alexico by the French military forces, iiiclos:njr a number ot documents, union: which uro tue lollowiiii: : Mil. 8KWAH1) TO THE MAI.QUIS Dtt MONTMOLOX. Dtl'AMTMK.NTojrSTATj';, W Artin.Nij ton, Fo u uary 12 -Mr: Ou the bin ol Uo.-oiiiber I Had tno honor to submit to ) ou, m writuiur, I lr tlio information of the Kiiiperor, a commuu canon upjn thesuujoct ot alluiro in Mexico us nfl'.'cted by ,iho presence of irtncli urniuu to cm in Unit couulrv...

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. — 24 April 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 21, I860. INTERESTING ITEMS. Eager to Distinguish-. The rrov1denco (R. I.) Journal asserts, on the authority of a Washington correspondent, that a Virginia clork in the Interior Department at Washington, having, been ordered before the Board lor the examination of clerks the other day, was asked this qtif!tinn: "iMr. . nro joii a gram marian?" . lie answered "Wo, sir, I am a Vir ginia," A Painful Cafe of Insanity. A man from Milioid, Mass., named Parnnh, while working at Hartford, Conn., recently lell in love with a girl, and beeame irsBiie because her parents would not let him solicit her hand. He went to Mil Cord, nearly killed his lather an 1 mother, and fled 10 the woods. The Inhabitants tinned out and bunted him down, and he Is now in the Retreat at llartlord. Chicago a Bettkr Home fob Cholera titan rnn.ADKi.riiiA. The Chkaao Tribune remarks: "We have made a carpful computation. Bud find that each city scavenger h:is on...

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. — 24 April 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING 'TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 18G6. LETTER FROM BALTIMORE. ib onoi.nnA, ftc samtart trkpaiiatiokb THR ilnnTKODt LK'i'TtCil AFFAIR BlLl.l ARI TOURNAMKWT, ETC. A BiKIUS IlKIIKI, MJ.SKBY IPUINO AMI TBK CROPS UIIAND tOIKEE. Special Correspondence of Tlie Evening Telegraph. Baltimore, April 22, 1800. Our citizens ate cons. derably exercised in api re tiension ol the ch' lera. Ita near approach to New York bas cius.d alarm. Mils, however, may be con sidciea advnufijtoous, a' it ntlords a timoly warning, and puts ,iople'un ti.eir Ptmrd. j ho health authori ties are actively engage . idnptimr. such sanitary mciisutra as ate deemed prudent and ludispcusa ilo. l'nvato citizen likewise extra."! due ciutitm. V erf tnany have made their arrangements to sect country resorts tlie mountains, it poss.b.o at the lirstap I'earanoo ol th ei'iooinic hero. , 'Una being the ouso, a nient every available place In tiiesuriountiing country l.as been seourod. Houce, it is ev...

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. — 25 April 1866

' I t H A YOL V.-No. 99. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. J JJJ-LLidL IIIC CIIOIIXIA Deprived tf its Horrors by Purifying and Enriching the Blood. WOW IS TUE TIME TO USE A i'RE VEKTIVE. There is None Equal to Helmbold's Highly Concentrated Fluid Extract Sarsaparllla. TOE CHOLERA In d fecflve rltallratlon oi the blood, and when the Mood loses its UFE GITINO POWEE, It fine reiaxailon of the contiactlle power oltha blood veueli 01 the body, and the liitcfttnes open their myriad ft'eod netsels. and all the alliuminoas orflosu naking material paws off from the boweia. TVM AM) HEALTHY BLOOD IKKSIH'I 8 DISEASE, Aod nhile ilirreroay be no occasion lor alarm, those Cf unt-vrt blood are most liable to sui.er. huh nun linn him HUH HUH Hint nun iiHii Him HHHiIllUHIIIIH I1UU HIIII BHU Mil HUH HUH HH'I HUH" HUH bllll ij THE rTElKU M0NTB8 the systr-ro naturally nArnoea a change, and H KL! UOLl) S HI01ILY t NX I N 1 H AT K 1 I XTRACT f OAUHAPAR1LLA in nn arrlRKUt o...

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. — 25 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGIUHT. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1800. TEE 2HEW YOEK PRESS. uncitJAL or IX IONS OF leading JOVLXA18 vrox mmiKM lone. OXrillD 1.VKKT AT FOB IVKHIKO TF.LGItAPn. Without Newpnpcis. From the Tribune-. . A printer' strike lately reduced Richmond lo that itnte of moral bWepflnes and social seen, rltj which Mr. Ilfcry A..ViBO once compliu cenlly claimed for his own eonKrcB.ional . Djs "trict. For little while there were no newspapers la Richmond; and, utrange to say, the deficiency does not seem to have been rcliHhed, even by the most low-ppirited admirer of (liat bygouo age which both created and consoled Mr. Wise. In the aWnce of definite InfoimHtion, rumor bad it all 1U own wild way. Canards flews as thickly as Homer's flies around a mllkinR pail) the rnrat dirtricta were feverish with falsehoods for which nobody was responsible too city swarmed with peripatetic retailers of quite Ideal intelligence, and be who could talk the loudest and the long est, 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. — 25 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 1866. CITY IN T KLLIG ENUiil I for Additional Lot at unns fit Eiijldh J'avr. Removal of Nuisances Quarantine Rhoulationh. Ihe rloard of Health is now busily engaged in removing oil iiunanijos reported by tuo stitcial Sanitary Iupoetor, or when information is f iven by individua l!. Whoa those complaints are mat e the Board examinos uuo the manor, and when satftfletl that a ni-isauce exin , notice li eiyen to the owners or occupants of the property, if eeMpoola should be complained ot, a uotice allowing from five to ton day to have the nuisance abated 11 jriven ; if 11 thy yatds or ce ar, but two day s' no'ica is given at the present Line; and if tot Olhujr up lots, or removal ot iiuisanos Irom thorn, from ten to twonty days are a lowed, li at tho expiration of the time the nuisances renin 11, die Hoard of Healt h causes the work to be pertoruwf, and tho com lor the aatne is collected from the owners or occupants ot the ...

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. — 25 April 1866

-""I" in null I II THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 18G6. I. . i 1 1 i i v v i Js published every afternoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 S. Third street. Price, Three Cent per Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per Wee, payable to tlie Carrier, and mailed to Subscrfter out of the city at Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Pifty Cents for Two Montlis, invariably in advance for Hie pei'iod ordered. Jo insure the Insertion of Advertisements in alt of our Editions, they mud be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25. 1800. Lynch Iaw. WnH.H tbe murderer Trobst was first ar rested, there was some danger thlt the mob would seize and execute him on the spot The police, however, prevented that; and this community may be glad that it was saved from the contemplated outrage. - The main tenance ol tie supremacy of the law should be with all true Americans a matter of pride. They have proclaimed the doctrine that...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, 8flfl. ADDITIONAL NEWS FROM EUROPE. Copy of th Promina Piolf-Vr In Gr imnj Hourly ,xclu FluaueltU TBI IMPENDING WAR III OIRMA5T. The Indtpendance Brig, of Apir Olli, s'atos that, alter a coricspomience between tbo Kmperor or liussla and the Kins' ot Prussia, t.ie Cornier or erelirn sent General Kitcber to Vionna tooailnpon Auntiia to nisarm. Austria, it is said, will probab y make tier disarmament conditional upon I'runsia also disarming It is uel eved that the iutervuiitton ot Ktiasia, thoueh it mar not load to anr settloraont ot the tllflioulty, will nevertheless prevent for somo time any further comp.ioation. On the evening ot the 6th, Austria sent a very categorical d snatch to Her. m, in winch Count Bis manik u charged with having? declared war with Austria to be iitovitaole, and it Is atllrmed the Austrian armament have been camod by that decla ration, count bn-maisk is B'so charged with in trisainr in Itaiv airat...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 April 1866

t 6 THE DAILY EVEKliNG QILEGKAIB. I I11LADELPIIIA, WEDKESDAY, APE1L 25, 18G6. THE AUTHOR, THE ACTIlEKg, aND the jianac;k. al.T-Ilemn fcnlt 1st New YrU (u rlwuo Ni--ci ol IIY.at. a. tikkvy Is nit. We have nlieady published the evi lcnc? In tfciH cae, but deem the iollowing speech lor the plaintiff by lion. A. Oakoy IiaU, the ccct ntric District Attorney lor New York, ns worthy of attention: MR. HALL'S PPEKCII. Gentlemen of m Jury: Fur t'10 inst ton dvs tho Wholo people ot tho county 01 New York liuwiro lolvod themselves into a Jut to cIockid a soiioui question prestmtrri to tliein abi.uf tho right ol .aliur; tue whole coui.ty aug weaned aud Cons tlorod tho claims f the poor man acainst tho rich of the miFcrfi Iv i aid cai-ilrivers a'ii-t the wealthy mo nouvlis who opprtKa tlicm. With one voiC4 tma whole puhiio and ihe mig.ity eiiRiues of the press are wim theso poor men, anil 1 am with tncin a"aint tue rntiroud mono. oi,s;s, as 1 am wim ever; victim el monopoly auaiuRt his oppressors...

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. — 25 April 1866

THE DAILY 'EVENING TELEGRAPH. miLADELPIIlA, "WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25, JL3GP. II TLIGIOliS IISTELLI(;i:CE. foreign. Tekih. China. A heatunn trmple hn boon rnrcliHKcd, tin Idolc removed, and a misRkuary hospital commenced. Germany. In the Upper Aiwtrinn Diet an earnest (iiRCtisftlon took plc.c on the claims ol Dr. Hradtger. Binbop ol Llur, that all children born in the lviiig-iu hospital must be christened by Roman Catholic prltntc. The Dirt mautull.r uphold the rights ol non-Catholic mothers, and lorty -three del uties out ot titty voted m avor ot' the motion made bv Dr. Von Fipuly, "that all the children ot Protestant women delivered in the Upper Austria lying-in hospital Khali be bap tized by TroteBtaiit clergymen." Colfnho Aoin Dr. Colcnso ban expressed Ms willingness to be tried by the Archbishop of Canterbniy, but will meanwhile maintain his legal rights as a Colonial Bishop, and claim his salary. DOMESTIC. Roman Catitolic. The Second National Council of the Roman Catholic lUshop- o...

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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 25 April 1866

i 8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPn. .PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 25 18GG: CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City MrUiqcnct fee Hard Pant-. Found Dkownrd. The body found at Locust street whBrl, Scbuvlkill, has b"en tdciilified as that oi James ynirk, who re-ides In the roar of Ho.iVtO Market street. Ho had been lor several years In the employ of the l'onnsv vaula Iiailroad Company. He lias been missing from home siuce the 17th ol Jaunary. Pocket Picking. Christopher Garry, John Dougherty, and Alexander Cnrrf were ar rested last evening lor pick.ng rocket' at Front and Willow utroota. 1 he ovidonco Imiug concluaivo, tbiy were commiticd bj Alderman To'auU. Sliget Firf. A Are ocenrrod ycstPadiy in a 8 lied on the rear of No 60S) N. Thira street. Damage trilling, and covered by insurance. A Movino SUBJECT. " here's the carinnn come already, And I've not packed this trim I My! that man's lei oem unsteady ; 8uiposo he should be drunkf How careless with that g ass he floes! He'll be sure to ...

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. — 26 April 1866

TOT EVENI VOL V. No. ICO. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. TIHIlft EDITION PROBST. Troircss of the Trial To-day. THE APPEARANCE OF THE PRISONER. The Jury Panel Complete. SWEARING OF TKE JURORS. SPEECH OF CHARLES N. MANN, ESQ. Testimony Before the Court. X3tO.. XQtO. Etc.. JBtO.s XutO. Special Report for The Evening Telegraph. Long before tho hour lor the opening of ihe Court this morning, thousand of expectant individuals eongrepated around the entire extent of Indcp. Jid enoo Square, brut on catching a glance at tho fea tares of the murduicr Probst aa he omerged from the prison van and walked thiougti the main avenue of tho square to hts scat in tho prisoner's dock. Ytnteiduy morrmg the neighborhood ot tlio cor ner ot tiix-hand Chesnut streets was fairly packed with a deiiee multitude, who expected to seethe prisoner, be entered the court-room by tho Sixth street door, but thoy were a 1 disappointed, as the felon was quietly conducted to his p'ace by...

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. — 26 April 1866

TIIE NEW YOKE PRESS. EDITORIAL OPINIONS OF LEADING JO UBNALS Ul'ON CURRENT TOriCS. COMPILED vLBT iJAY FOE KVKNINO TELKORAPH. Reform la England. Trom tfie Tribune. The Reform bill is now the excltim? question In England. A medium ol tbo supporter of the Government was held at the house of Lord EuBsoil on tho evcnlnsr of April 10, and an address was made by the noble lord at Ihe head of the Government "with temper and Judgment," we are awiured by the limes. He repeated the de termination announced by Mr. Gladstone at Liverpool, that by the Relorin bill the Govern ment would stand or fall. Those who have op posed what Is called "piecemeal reform" pro less to be comlorted by the assurance that a bill for redistribution of scats will speedily fol low the Franchise bill. By ttiis measure the Ministry will stand a sternly as by ihe Fran-cbif-e bill. The Minea, as an enemy of relorm, but anxious to go with the tide in tavor or it, accept this assurance as an evidence of tho change "which th...

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. — 26 April 1866

TIIE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILABELPIlfA, THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 18GcT 3 CITY INTELLIGENCE for Additional Local lums te EiyfdH Page. ) Controllers of Public Schools. A pectal meeting of thin body wa held ypgU-rday ftltrrnoon. President fchlppen was In the chair. The nicctluir was callfd to Irpaliie the pay went ot sundry bills iDeurred by the 17th Bchobl section. The Committee on Accounts presented a re port for the payment of bill for the year lHGft, to the amount ot $5325, to pay salaries of teach ers of that section, hitherto under dispute. The report, with very little debate, was finally adopted. A resolution wai Introduced from the Com mittee on Accounts, rpquBtlna Councils to make an appropriation for the payment of dryers bills Incurred during the ycar'lH85, amounting to $1013. It wan agreed that tin subject should be submitted i. Councils. Mr. Freeborn moved that a request be made to Councils lor an appropriation for $100, to pay the expenses of a committee to Investigate th...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 April 1866

THURSDAY, APRIL 26. 18GG. How tbe French Retire Irom Mexico. Tou will oblige me by Immediately leaving my premises," remarked nn English noble man to a poacher, who was quietly setting a line in bid- Grace's kvorite trout stream, ''Certainly," replied the trespasser. "I didn't care about catching your lordship's fish, but I did want to see ho soon you'd find out my net. I'm satisfied. I'll go." And he walked away whistling an air of triumph, endeavoring to convince some distant spectators that he had got the best of the encounter. The same spirit of bravado which induced tbe detected poacher to burst Into a tune of victory, has ever to dictated d plomat'sts to express the "deepest giatlflcallon" when circumstances over which they have no control compels them to abandon a pet project belbre the menace of an enemy. A curious Instance of the fraternal cheer fulness with which a Government presents a possession to a neighboring State, is found in the tone of the despatches from tbe H ab...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 16G6. AMUSEMENTS. Classical Cowokhts We were pVased to see, a tew clays ago. In one 01 our city journah, a truih'u! account of the art labor of Mr. l;arl tiixrtniir, the cooipoaorand classical niuaiciau. We. oursnlves. have always considered Mr i enrtnora man ol rreat onius and ability, bare watched with interest tils Jnfluonoe upon the rolcaxion The concert given by Mr (iaertner In the winter ol 1861) were "among the first concerts of ptirey classical musio (riven in publio in Philadelphia." Now, we chance to know that they were the very Drat. Some aubionptiun classical conoorts oad pre vioudly bin held in a i rivate nail, and claMioal mnsio bad Iwn introduced in o misonilnneous eon certai but to Mr. Oaoriuer we are Indebted for the first purely classioul concern hold In public We learn that, at tlio rqnpn ol his friends and pupils, Mr. Oner ner will Rive, early In Vav, '. one classical matinee at tlio Foyer or the Acad...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, AFB1L 2G, 18GG. LITERATURE. Cult A Woi's Hurt. A Novel . . By Ada Clare. New York: M. Doolwly. Philadelphia Agent: T. B. Peterson & Brother. , We deprecate, m a rule, tho appearance of sen sational novels. As a class they' are ylUatlntc to the taste and depraving to the morals of the reader. There are some few, however, which are so ridiculously original In their characters, plot, society, and denotement, that whatever in dtgnation we miiht feci is swallowed up in the keen serine of the comical. To Ibis class, harm less because of it eross absurdities, belongs "Only a Woman's Henrt." The plot of the novel we can briefly sum up. There are two girls, young 'ladies, we should say, in love with one man. The heroines' names are Laura and Julia. The hero answers to the euphonious title of Victor Doriu. As is tho custom of the heroes of fiction when placed in similar positions, he en gages himirlf to tho one he docs care a Jot or tit...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 April 1866

'.Wiirm.iiiii . THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, APRIL 26, 1866. V INTERESTING ITEMS. Thi Sciincb of MoviNa.-Colonel UUey, of the Racine Jovma .baUngbecn recently married, eot along bo well with that, that be concluded he would "move," or as military men would nay, change bis base. In a very readable article, describing tbo process, he speaks ot the art of Bloving: "At last everything was torn tip, dragged ont, and read? for transportation, ana hi te comes in another very dolioate operation in the rrt ot moving, wht.ro the transit ot yourgoods Is to be through the poo l Ions and aristocrallo portion of the o tr. Notwith standing tho things we have been notiolng, we have some Quite gaudy looking 'hings, but tho trouble Is to make the drayman understand that you want those lew gaody.articles put on in as conspicuous a nanner as possible, so tint they would cover up the trai-h and attraot the attention of those wha are curious about knowing what their noighbors have...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 April 1866

t THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, . THURSDAY, APRIL 20, ,1860. 8 Meeting o the Presbyterian Asscmblta. Jhrtm ths tt. Louis Newt. The meeting In St. Louis of thr; General As wemblies ol the Old and New School L'reabytfJ xian Churches, on ttio 17th of May next, will bo an event of iiDcoiumon interest. It is si-blom that two such auirust ecclesiastical Judicatories meet in the some place at the game time; and In this case, the profound gravity of the subieots to b discussed the question of a reunion between the two bodies, the inevitable intrusion of the Missouri Tet Oti'h and the Uosccrans Order Into the Old Be hool bod v, and the pr wo itlon of Rev. Dr. Breckinridge lor a-, inde pendent consultation ainonu the "Union" mem bers of the Mine body all these will come in to lend adrtiuornil interest to the proceeding. Wo most earnestly wish that the consultation may be hnrmonlous, candid, and fraternal. The New 8chool Assembly will meet in tiio Kirst I'resbv teri an church (Ucv...

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