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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 April 1866

'i. t rtv EVENING rm 3 rj H -rr A VOL V. No. 101. PIIILA.DILIPIIIA., F'llIDA.Y, 27, I860. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. MFIo THIRD 1SMTI0N r PROBST. The Great 51 u r d c r Trial. THIRD DAY'S PROCEEDINGS ITurtlicx WitncHscM f or tlio Prosecution. INTERESTING SCENES IN COURT. The Appearance and Demeanor ' ' of the Culprit. POPULAR STILL EXCITEMENT INCREASING. K n tOM laJto. Jt. Special Report for The Evening Telegraph. The ctowd around 'bo Con; Horse this D-or.-'lrj was quit? -i lrme es ou r ry pievlori occr.iion. Upoaihe r:.al of the prisoner, he was itaken to t' eis'n'r, in order to perir't the uault tude f) - tain a view of bim. A 160:019 be was l -.luted Ilb jreiJ and tr.rj. Upon I amg pin ed m tie (1 . .. aVo t vist 1 Vy sunk Into a s: -,'3 of s.'l'ea P 1 l ord ulcico. l's pc.oD'l ap .r ranee crs r ; jrati-wYly chng3d sice bis rrro i'. 1" bo fee's. the poii' ou bo otcjplci ?i evlknt, jet he bot'.ays no nervous ti --pidahon rs moat fO'.oca would. B 1 countering wren in reposo . .earns...

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. — 27 April 1866

THE DAILY JTVEJslKG Oil) CI; 1 H. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 18GP.' TEE EIW YOBK TIIESS. tiniMAL CT1XJ0K8 OF LKAP1KG iLUAAlB CI OH tl'LRKM 101'ICS. COH TILIB 1V1I.T BAY FOB tVEBllSO TKLFOHAPH. Btanufactincs Give Tcn.lold Value to 1 nirns. From the" Tribune. McQueen's utatiBtlcs of the wealth and annual income of England showed: I, That the valuo of the aolt devoted to agri culture comprehended, at the time, twenty elx forty-thirds of the total wealth of the kingdom. t II. That the value of England's agricultural Boll was nearly ttfelvo times greater than her whole capital Invested In manufactures and commerce. ' ' .' ' HI That tha money employed In her ari cul!f.rSiph d more' than three-.ourths 0tT?teXnnrt commercial ctpital of England, lncludum her ships, opnsiJ. tutcd bit about opo eighteen ihot her national VVd That the agrlcultflrRl capital ot England, which was tlion 3.311,000,000, produced a gross hipome ot 13 per cent.; while the manulacturing inrt trading capital, which...

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. — 27 April 1866

-r t r THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY; APRIL 27, 18GS. 3 A New Ana-sthetlc AHOTDtB tBB FCP. TETBOLKCM. The Eoeton Medical and Surgical Journal has a paper communicated by Dr. Henry J. lligo low. eiescribinR a new auusthptic. Hie mime "rbifrplcne," trom the Greek word which means extreme cold, Is proposed by Dr. Bijrelow for a Petroleum naptliB, boiling at seventy decrees Bhrenheit. It la ono of the most volatile liquids obtained by the distillation ot petroleum, and li applied to the production of cold by eva poration. It i a byctro-eiirbon, wholly destitute ol omjren, and 1b the hchtest of all known llqnieis, Lavinp; a f pecibc cravity of 062.'). Lr. llielow, after "peaking f the dttlercnt products ol petroleum, siijs: "When It was Irernol here that Mr. ltlchardson, of London, had produced a useful anaesthesia by Ironing, tunnel) Uio aircticy of ether vapor, re ducing the temperature to six degree be ow zero, F , it occurred 10 me that a very volatile product of ...

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. — 27 April 1866

I It jwbtished every afternoon (Sundays ticepte at JVo. 108 5. 7htrd street. Price, Tttree Cent J'er Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per . TPt, laydbfe to the Carrier, and ma flc to jSubscribers out of Vie city at JVtne Dollars Per 'Attrntm; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for tlie period ordered. , . i 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. FRIDAY, APRIL 27. 18CC. floMid Doctilne from a Strangs Socrce. " Neither Individual nor nations can afTordtobc wiu. Opr.i""3loa is a costly kind or ckedne9. It corrupts fie n'oiats o the people tbaieneaae in it, and eapa their utriugih. it is the hcrala of luiu.'1 'Put although the pol'cy of opprrssioi iemg eesy juit now. and promise no imraedit" poii, it ia fraue-bt with daascia in the future whlcn It requires no prophetic eye to discern.' Oub readeu w'.'.l probably ba somewhat astonished to lea'n that ...

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. — 27 April 1866

(7 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PriiLAMLFfilA, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, IbU MATTERS OVER THE RIVER. Camden Cotjnit Courts. The May eioi ot the Uou-ls lor Camden count com-tut-ncc next Tuesday. Judro WooiUiiil, wlio Was appointed during the Bulon c' tm Ute L' gUluture, will preside. It I tliouuhi that this itlil bo a oouiidtrol.v protractor! terra, ns there la a tull list of enwn to ttuposo 01' lo a llri tt to those which will be presented liy the Uraud The ft'l'o wing named nentlomen compo-otht Jury: A'brt W. Matklev, Will'ara 1'. Talent, (tforffe W.Ciipentcr, Cooper P. Drowning, Jesse Town-cud, Chulkluv AlOurtnon, John P. Dod'uie, f-tephen Parsons," Tliomps Lor?-ir, fe'iinui.'l Tatem, Thomas A. Wilson, Joet Kirk bride, Jo.-epli M. Cooper, John S. Wood, LJward 3. Ireland, ) small Woclsion. John W. Downs, Samuel Iluti.v, Joseph M. Kelurkn, Utohnnl Isbiven, Fiancls ltoix n, Kd anl J. Onler, John Licklcr, John Shreve. fllr. JenKim, the Prose cutor of the Flo;'!, U adivoly engoied In ar ranclpi...

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. — 27 April 1866

G THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 18GG. kuko x is . I(IMT tlitii'4i-, A RCPANCR (F ROYIIY HtH ITI.W CIIAPVliS IN lilt I1HJ CI' lilt I.(W.L liGVr U CP KNOLAND. 1 m (At ZMon ar, yff i 0 Hie Lonuii.ee m the I'cirape" lins boen writ ten lor our iiu tnd on in more luiins limn one, and we Lave tot rtitam trticii'C, tlionph un raiistflctory ciiii'pKH ot the skeletons which bavc tlifiZ dip'id aliooe in Hie olosrts of our arla tociuct. 1 lie "LuuiBi.ee ol Ito.xalty," uo-vever, is, we lieve, ac tt a held tintUled, mid 1" nil kindness we iTiiitneii'l it to some ol ibe inUus tiloub I ooknmktrs ot the nay. We in d not ro ln.tk to another dynasty, nor abroad to number coi.ntry tor our material. Conirncnj Into Ht tie political hittory of tno (iiiilph Unruly luubucn, their domi-atio hintory baa not w anted in mailt instances the puiniul intttt'Bt ana the :erilfed lutrieiie of a modem idimtioi.ul htoi , Nothiiir hitherto known or an(.eeted oivioucl.ee, however, iu Btrauu...

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. — 27 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, APRIL 27, 186G. FOREIGN SCIENCE. man tbmferaturb. In ft paper addressed to the Parte Acadomy of Bcleuccs, M. rchlring; ascribes nn appelates of his contrivanre tor obtaining temperatures of extraordinary lutcnsit.y Irom llluniiimtiua a. The conditions necessary tor this purpose e states aa lollows: First. Combustion without excess of air or Kits totally effected within the space to bo heated: and ISeo nd. A ia Idivr ol supply of the combustcnt gas aufliclent to maintain the high tcmporaliiru, nut withstanding Ion ol heat irom thu sheaths or oilier causes. To sa faiy thoso two conditions, he mjoots air into a copi er tube thice or tour deciaictros in length. A liitle bemud tbe orifice ot tins tube two boles are pierced oppo-ito to each other j here the tube is auuoui.ded by a reeve led with the gas Which, drawn In by tne current of an, rushes into and mixes it h it. 'lhe suppiy of pa Is regulated by a stop sock, that ot W.e ar by a g...

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. — 27 April 1866

a MUFDER AT FAYETTE CITY, PA. Jtaw Ktllrd .y II wife Md llr Pnra monr lli Hurt; rnnnrt la th Mnnon ffftliHn Kl vri ikrrttl kd C'ouiiiiotnl ol Pfli.evernok, April 21. A dead body was found floating in tho Mouongaheln, liver at tail Since ttup TDoiainn, MrbicQ was idcutiQed as tno odr of Jamei Hotismnn, who dtsttpuciued 10 nijetorioublj on tho lid iiiftant. A pout mortim esamirjntiou revealed a punsbnt wound In the bend, thn bullet having pone entirely throuwh the head. A rope wan alo lound around bis neck, lo whiob vtdrn ly, had been attached n anchor to p'nk and bold the bod.y. Tbo Coroner's jury verdict was that the dfccoied came to hi oealb bv beintr shot tbrouau the hood, on toe Sd of April, by Kioluird Tnairwtll nnd hUtf llousinnn, wile of the deceased. They were committed to the couniy jail lor a further hear ine. ilonpman, the deceased, was enentjed In the (and bua.iios, and on rutini from his bed on the momma ol tbe 3d, ho told his wife to pet tteu'etut-t ready, whil? he went...

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. — 28 April 1866

CD H O VOL V. No. 102 PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 18G0. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. r 1 1 N llSTT T .1 JJjjiLd.. JII13 OlIOTASTtlV Deprived of Its Horror by Purifying end Enriching the Blood. XOW 1ST HE 71UE I 0 VSE A t'REVEXTIVB. There Is None Equal to Helmbold's Highly Concentrated Fluid Extract Sarsaparilla. THE CHOLERA In Affective vltalltiatlon oi the bloud, and when Uie Mood loses its MFE OIV1NO POWKB, It csuses reisaailon of the contrac'lie M't ol the - vettfti ol the buoy and 0)6 Intestines open their oiynad bhd ttt$e,$ and ail lhe albuminous or flesh mating material passes of) Irom the bowcTS. ITRK Ml HEALTHY liLOODlKl SISIH I)IEBE. Aodwlillo tlieremay be no oce.ar.lon lor alarm, those f imfttre biubd are u.ost liable to suflcr. nun nun Hull hllil UHH hill. Hit it nun nun mm Hiimniiinmiu Hull Hllil Hiiii ii it a nun nun HH'I MUM UiiH I.llll IN THE HIEING MONT SH tlie system naturally mlciio8 a t'luOKC, and HILMUOLlVB HMULi fOMl NIPATfcl) IXIKACT )' SAKSAPAKILLA la an aff...

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. — 28 April 1866

LITERATURE. Xn TIiitobt or Usttbt from thh Earliest Phriod to tub PhKHFNT Tim. By J. B. 0. Murray. Philadelphia: J. B. liippiucott & Co. r To call the work before us the "History of Usury" Is almost a misnomer. It partakes of the double Character of a sketch of the growth Cf that "penal offense," and an elaborate de fense of the propriety of allowing its cxerclBe. From the opening page to the extremely compre hensive and useful index, tho whole aim of the Author Is to (usllly what ancient laws and popu lar opinion still pronounce an extortion. We would not be misunderstood on this point. Mr. Murray takes the pains to pve us a clear defini tion of both interest and usury. To give , his own words: "Usury Is defined by Sir Edward Coke as contract upon a loan of money, or giving days for forbearing money, debt, or duty, by way of loan, che rlsance, sales of wares, or any other things whatever;' and maybe stated In other words to mean the letting outor lending .of ono's property of a...

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. — 28 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1866. CITY INTELLIGENCE Jr Additional Local Jtftnt M SigfJh Paqe. Anothfb Mobdkb. A younjr wornan lamed Xeilie Taylor, who waa admitted Into the fenasyivania Hospital on Wednesday 'venlng; with a severe nab ever the rirbt ere, died at that I nut no tion between one ana two o'clock yesterday after boob. The wound waa inflicted by the larre blade; 1 a pockct-knile. The instrument penei rated the fctain. 1' be deceasod was lnsensib'e from the time of her admitt nee till dcatn ensued. The wound li at prosed to haye been inflicted by one of two colored women, named Sarah Tib 08 and Eliza Cotter, dnnnr a disturbance at Seventh and Pine streets, 1 be deceased wa kd aa far aa Sixth street, abovo Fine, where the starcrered and foil. A policeman picked ber np, and bad her taken to too hospital. She resided on Bay street, above fclxth. The two olored women weie arrested the same evening;. They bad a hearing or lore Alderman Beltler...

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. — 28 April 1866

4 Anting jclctjrapli pvbtished every afternoon Sunday excepted, at No. 108 .S Ihitd ttrni. Frce, Ttiree Cem Per Itory Vrv.hU Sheet), or Eighteen lent Per W, ay able to the Corner, and mailed to Huharbers out of the city at Nine Dollar ter itit.um ; Ont Dollar and Fifty Cent for Twa AJpntltr, imanabty in advance for the period ordered. SATURDAY, APRIL 2a. 1866. Wfaeie Is "the Harp that Once Through Tata's Halls r' What wo baye foretold for months has, we are sorry to say, been verified by events. While warmly wishing that Ireland mteht accomplish htr freedom, and while heartily sympathizing with those who were willing to give thoir hard-earned savings and their lives to secure their country's Independence, we Daw that the plans of the Fenians were visionary, that their scheme was a chimera, that thoir efforts would prove futile. Months since we said: "If Irishraun here choose, with their eyes open, to t;lvc i heir money Into the kerpinsc ot tl.o O'Maiionys, and Kobkbtses, and Hweb ms...

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. — 28 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1866. AMUSEMENTS. b.oa Opkniho the new organ at 8t Clement's Church ts to be openod Mar 11. It 1 much larger than an? in Now Yoik or Philadelphia, anrl Is bo llnTPd to be th larers- in tor Protestant ohnron In the United t latex. It was originally bulit tor the Harmonia tsaered Music Hoolrty, and atood lor a abort time in Concert Had. It has boon entirely reconstructed and mi cli enlarged, containing fllty. lonr stops, distributed over four rows of kevs, and a pedal board that has a compass ot two octaves and qnarter. Mr. btandiirids-o has beon since oejitom ber piscine it in M. rlement's Chuioh, which (fires an idea of its s-rcat ante and iU compioated me chanism. At the opening a number ot d'Minpunlied organist will Display its capabilities and the vooal portion of the programme will be sustained by Pro fessor T. Bishop and several excellent amateurs. Walhut Strkkt Trkatrr 3Ir. Booth'a 'Shy lock" is ono of the chancer h...

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. — 28 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 18GC. 0 --fcsto NUMBER LXV. A P1FT FOR MRNTAL DTBI'RPTTCflf AND A CURB FOB HY-rOOHONDBIA, IIY-POtmi8Y, OR AMY . COMPLAINT OF A 11Y ORDER, BY 0 17 H RTCrtlKfl h DITO 11. AMIANAO AND DIAKT. BUORT METRB-1LAOOICAL OBSERVATIONS TDM lOB WEAK, April. Holiday, 8.1 Choctaw Braves visit tliolr "trroftt lather" it Washington to loarn mora of his poller, wllh view to investing in it. The tstber expialm d. and showed the adv tnttgos ol reconstruction. Tho chior replied, "bo lather aud lare worse." Tn "?. 4. Termination of the rroat Fo mau v ar. rucrui Meadn allows OMIa honv, Sweeney. Killian & Co. to withdraw liora tlie concern, proviou to tho day of sell ing out. Wdn Mlny, 93 uno'lntor don's of the various lirsne Asylums irathnr aronnd tho Whtu Hmsr, eacli advocating (he morits ol tlvir own institutions iu le breuce to the treat uonLlof patients. TbnrtMiity, 20. Tennossoe Tvpfalatnre cxno's a member bncauso "lie to .k Lis hat an...

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. — 28 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY APRIL 28, 18G6. GIANTS, DWARFS, AND FAIRIES. Cornwall is one of the most oriiinal and om of .the most un-Knglish of KiiRlish counties. It In tm isolated Celtic district, abutting on the oi l Saxon Irontlcr. Clinging to the past, Jealous of the new, the Cornish miners and tislicrmen, stay-at-homes theinsolves, and unvislted by many (Grangers, have retained among theui more old legends and traditions o! the past than even the V nih or the Highlnnriirs. In several pints ol Cornwall there still exist huge rocks, Raid to bare been used by tho giants when hurling or playing at athletic names. The Titans of Troerobbin and b(. Michael's Moitat olten met to play at "bob button." Tho throv was generally made from Trecrobben Hill, and the Mount was the "bob," on which huge Blubs of rock served tor the buttons. Ilohourn of the Cairn was a giant, who Is said to have mar ried a farmer's daughter. Once, when watching some Cornishmen hurling he wa...

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. — 28 April 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, APRIL 28, 1866. "FEDERAL." We have received the following communica tion from a venerable scholar and divine which we cheerfully give place to in our columns: To the Editor of the Evening Ttltaraph-- This word Is defined by Webster t 1. Portslnln to fc let rue or contract; derived I rem an aarvement r eoveuaut between parties, particu.arly between nations. Consisting In a compact betwoon raities, par ticular, y aud chiefly botwiea elates or nations; founded on alliance by coutract or mutual airrce mcntt as a Federat liovetnmout, such as that 01 ttie United Hiatus." flow, Mr. fcditor, with all duo deference to the treat ,exicotrraulinr and I admit the moaiure due Is vet? great yet, will you allow me to say, if this dcilninon, with the exemplification, be corroct anJ true, then is no arch-Kobcl mid tils associate seces sionists riant, auJ Abiahain Lincoln and al of m aio wrong. It ours is a federal Government, "do nved Hum au afri...

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. — 30 April 1866

rrn m CD' H H H A O PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APEIL SO, 1866. DOUBLE SHEET TIIItEE CENTS. VOL V.-No. 103. rrn THE FENIANS Arrival of Captain Kelly, James Stephens' Private Secretary. A letter from the Captain Concerning the Movements of His Chief. The arrival of tins gentleman, and not. James Btepens himHi lt, is deemed of the utmost Im portance to the Fenian Brotlicraood at the pre sent time. He brings with him interesting in formation regarding the movements of the great Ilead Centre in Tuns, whom ho preceded, according to order, to America. He gives tne folio wu.c information in relaM n to the inten tions oi liis chief: CAl'TAIS KELLY'9 LETTER. For the satisfaction ol all (fiends of Irish free dom, and to dispose ot a rumor that has re iched iuj ears since arnvint! in New York, net alloat by some parties lor their own reauoiH, that James Stephens, C. K. I. It., doc3 not mean to vleit this eouutrv, I have 10 state that 1 was directed by him," on leaving Paris, to announce that ho woul...

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. — 30 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL 30, 18GG. THE NEW YORK PRESS. F.11ICRIAL OriMONS OF hKADING JOURNALS UPON CURB KMT TOPICS, OOMFILfD ITMT DAT TOR iVESlKO TKLFOttAPH. The Tcrt-Oath-OuEht It to be Repealed? Drom the Tribune. f i . The advocates for the repeal of the teat-oath liave strengthened their case by the assumption that the oath was a war measure, and that the Congress which passed it did .not Intend it to endure in time of peace. This was assumed by the President in his message recommending a modification. The Judiciary Committee, in their recent report to the House, dispose of this fal lacy by showing, that Congress intended to es. tabllsh a permanent rule ol public policy, which should exclude from the offices of the United States every citizen who had voluntarily aban doned hisallegittuceto the Government. Shortly before the passage of the act appeared the famous (or Infamous) Yulee letter, written by the Florida Senator in January, 1801, revealiug ...

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. — 30 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL 30, 18G6. UITY INTELLIGENCE Ior AMtioncH Loval luma ene Eitfd rage, Resistance to OFFicsRft. On Thursday Deputy United States Marshal Shirkcv, in company with a Special Deputy or tho Circuit Court o! the UMted States, proceeded to a place called Pemiook's Mill, about lour mile distant from West Grove Station, on the Philnlolpnia and Baltimore Central Riulroal. The Deputy Marshals bud writs of injunction and of Bub pcr.na placed in their hau ls to serve upon par ties having; a lac lory at I'ennock 'a Mill, where they manufactured hard rubber com on, etc., In infringement upon the Nelson (loodvear patent. The Inctory was entered by toe Marshals, and irrvice of process made, though violent resist ance and unprovoked assault was maue upon them, both before, during, nnd after the service, by some tn workmen IdrhIo. The Marshals were expo ihI, with violent attacks, from the building, ii nd lollowed upon tho roud lending; liom the pl...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 April 1866

Is published every afternoon Sunday sxceptea. at No. 108 5. Third street Price, Three Ocnl fer Cory Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Per Wek, payable to Oie Oatrier, and mailed to Subscribers out of the city at Nine Dollars Fer Atf.um i One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Tuo Month, invariably in adcauce for the period ordered. Jo insure the Insertion of Advertisements in ah of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. MONDAY, ArRIL 30. 1866. Hon. Leonard Myers on Reconstruction. W have before us a speech on the subject of Reconstruction, delivered in Congress on the 24th ult., by the Ilonorable Lkonabd Mykbs, of this city. It is an able and temperate argument, based upon practical common sense considerations. He deems it useless to discuss whether the Rebel States have ever been out of the Union ; but contents himself with the following statement of facts, upon which all can agree : 'For four years these eleven States were be yond the nat...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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