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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 3 January 1866

r V IN PI T T TFT1 1 I .Pa (P TO) A lDTLT H H A VOL. V-No. 3. JPIIILA-DELIPIIIl, W15DlSrJi:SDA.Y, JANUARY 18GG. DOUBLE SHEElV-TirilEE CENTS. THE FENIANS Hooting of the Convention in Now York. .TOUR HUNDRED DELEGATES IN ATTENDANCE. Significant Resolutions Presented from the ' Philadelphia Fenians, The Senate Charged with Tamper ing with Resolutions. . Interesting Meeting of tlio Fenian Brother hood Last Evening. ADDRESS BY PROMINENT MEM BERS OF THE ORDER. JBte., Eto., Etc. Et., Etc., Etc., Etc. From tlie Xew Tort Papers of To-day. THE CONVENTION. The Convention, which, it Is to be hoped, will , settle the present Fenian imbroglio, has com ' menced proceedings. It we are to judge from appearances, the deletrntion is a fair representa tion of the Irish wealth and talent of the coun try. Ail classes seemed to be represented the mechanical, the commercial, the military and literary. Perhaps, since the celebrated American Con vention, where Patrick Henry in burning woras hurled defiance a...

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. — 3 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 18GG. THE NEW YOBK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of tha Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. comhi.kd rrr.RY day for kvf.nino Tnr.KfiR.vru. Tke World's Fair In I'ailn. Jrow the Herald. The proposed universal exposition of tho pro iticta and arts of all nations in Paris will bo, un doubtedly, the most comrlcte and grand exhi bition ever witnessed. Our World's Fnlr ami the World's Falm of other countries will sink Into inf-igmlicnncc In comparison. It will eclipse even the grent London International Ex position; The French Oovernmeiit atid people, rpaKzln the aat Importance of it to their commerce, are making the most asiohiibirm: ctlorta to surprise the world with the excellence and variety of their production. No pec pic, it must be con fessed, know how to do this botter than they do, if as weiL They have exquisite taste, and can, transform poor materials or indiilerent ohjecU Into attractive ones....

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. — 3 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 18GG. CITY INTELLIGENCE For addilionnl LoihiI 'c.i see Fifli. l' gc Tutt CnEswtT Strf.ct Conflao ration. Crowds ol persons vlmled tho scene of tho con flagration at Sixth nnl Chesnut streets, yester day and this morning, to view to ruins. No. 603 and o6, tho four-story nrown-stone store, owned and o!Ctipicd by Messrs Rockhill & Wil son as a clothing hoiine, was hadly damaged in the upper part, and the whole structure was deluged with water. Tbn stock was principally removed, and was thereby somewhat injured. Tho loss Is estimated nt tiity thotiFand dollars. The buiWiiiif is insured in the I'ire Association, IIaml-in-llanl, Pennsylvania, and other city companies. The stock 1 insured its follows: ( barter Oak $10 C O Ataia.Hnriford 6,8 0 HeliRiico 6 HOI) Enterpriso 6,800 William W. Allen & Co 10,000 Providence, it. 1 5,000 $42,400 No. COO Chesnut strwjt, owned bv Amoor Hol linpsworth, who resides in Now Ejigl.ind...

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. — 3 January 1866

TflB DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. rillLADKM'IHA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 18CG. fcrnntj Mcppft Ja published every aflcmoon (Sundays excepted) at To. 108 5. Ihird stored. Trice Three Cents Tcr Copy (Double Meet), or Eighteen Cents Ter Wed:, j ay able to the Carrier, and mailed to Subtcribera out of Hie city at Mne Doliars Ter Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Monll, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure Vie Insertion of Advertisements in aU of our Editions, Viey must be forwarded to our office not later titan 10 o'clock each Morninrj. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 8, 1H66. tor a Municipal Abases The Necessity Kcloimtttlon. Tiie opening of a new year Is the timo gene rally ee'ected by Individuals to rclorm abuses and commence a new course of life, and there is no pood cause why a city should not do likewise. As we stand to day on the thresh old of another year, with new officers inaugu rated, with new appropriations needed, and a new routine with each, let us "turn over a new...

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. — 3 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY; JANITAUY ,3,---18GC. The Qtrmta Arctic Eapedltlon. lYom the I n don Sun, Dreemb'r 13. At the monthly meetirur of the Oeo, nphlcul Association, which has just taken place at Berlin, Captain Werner delivered a lonff address, in which he detailed the plan drawn tip by Dr. Tetcrmann for the pioposed expedition, and stated his own views upon the probability of its success. It is Intended to begin the voyasrn at the commencement of spring, and to take Ham- 1 mcrlest a barber which never irnezpe as tne starting point of the expedition. Tlience Spitz bergen will be visited, with a view of examining the coal beds used by the Dutch for upwards of a century, where, should the coal be found really in ciuantity, a depot mtrht be sot up. Tne apparently very extensive fhhlDff-jrrounds to the south side of the island will also be ex plored. Connected herewith will be an explo ration of Bales Land, lving to the east of Spits bergen, which has pro...

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. — 3 January 1866

V THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3. 18GG. LETTER FROM L1EUT.-GENERAL EARLY. Havana, ppccrolier 18, 18C5. To the Editor of the New York News: ITavlne seen It stated In evrrnl paper published in the United States that I am an fiuplicaut for pardon, I desire to ay throueh jour columns, that there is no truth whatever in this statement. I hnve neither raa.io nor authorized such application, and would not accept a pardon from tin? President of the United States if gratuitously tendered me with out conditions or restrictions of any kind. I have nothin.tr to repret in the course pursued by me during the war, except that my services wero not of more avail to the cau3e lor which 1 fouRht; and mv fniMi In the :ntico Of thnt cause is not at all shaken by the result. 1 have not given a parole or incurred flnv ob ligation to the authorities of tho United States, and V utterly dlsclium all alleplanco to or tle- rendence upon the Oovernment of that country, am a volu...

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. — 3 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 18GG. The Original 44 Lord DnndrarT,, on Spiritualism. A CURIOUS LETTER PROM MB. BOTIMRN. Mr. B. A. Sothrrn, who haa made a reputation by Lis represe ntation of tlio character of Lord Lvr.dreary, writes a loni? letter to a Glasgow paper, in which ho gives the following bits of his ruTsotal history: . "There is an article in the Spiritual Magazine In which I am rtlerred to. The main countin the indictment against me is thus stated: "A Tow years s to a party ot spiritualists in New York, composed c nedy of actors and aotresses, hold regular sittings lor tlie prod not ion of spiritual phe nomena. One of the mom ours of this circle was au aotor named fStimn, who was rccocnizod br all a a moot powerful medium. Hie manltpntatloas witnessed at these teancei were so wonderful as to give to the meetings the distinguishing title of ' Tho Mirac!o Circle." Ihny created so much interest that lowss considered a special privilege to ...

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. — 3 January 1866

. t - r T 8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 3, 18GG. AMUSKMENTS. Academy of Memo. Myrboer aehlcvod, an it wr, two reputations, living two distinct artlnUo kves. In hie youth, being rich and a man of leisure, be studied music with the enthusiasm of an amateur, and, deeply imDued with the works of Rosinl, bojntn to compose In tils stylo. The result of hia taste and kin s(udies . were two Italian open-Margarita 4'Ajou and H Crociato in Fgitto. The first had only a mediocre success, but the Crociato, in Its day, wan eminently successful.' Malibran. Fata,. and Telubt all sung in it on Its flrst representations hi Paris and London. , After this Meyer, fceor became itnbuod with a yoncratlon for Wobor, and studying still more, produced Robert ie Diablo and In llunuenote, thus bcsrmninR a new reputation, which is the one on which ho achiovjd tho fame which will carry him to posterity. Nw;lie baa said his last word, his pentus has cnlmlnated, ho can do no mora 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. — 4 January 1866

rrn "-pi tT"y" f'T r y " r r t IT KJLIE GrM, AJPIEI !J! VOL. VNo. 4. JPHir.-A.DELnPECIA., THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 18GG. UOUULK SI1KET-TIIREK CENTS. A Till UP EDITION EUROPE. ARRIVAL OF STEAMER " HERMANN." The Departure of tho Jamaica Commission. YGU'KIG KIKC LEOPOLD'S FIRST TPfC London "Tillies'' on Mr. MfCRllorlrti Report. rinderpest )r:cr?-Asmc. Cers. Schofield's Peregrinations. SWISS GOING TO ALTER THE CONSTITUTION AGAIN. 5 IrfilfAL' ting CommcrcEal News. n iittr hi.; Etc., KIO., Etc.. JKio., Kte., Etc. Ktc. Nr.w York, January 1. The teamship Her mann, from Bremen viu Southampton on the 20th tilt., arrived at this port this morning. Ihc Hermann experienced terrilic gales throughout the passage. She passed the ftteamer Alemania olt' the Needles. The eteamer City of Baltimore arrived at CMieenstown on the 2')tli u't. Sir A. Storkes and Mr. Roundel!, Secretary of the Royal Commission, also Mr. J. Godrio, Ad vocate Deputy lor Scotland, who acts as counsel for the sufferers in the late 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. — 4 January 1866

2 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1800. THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMPII.I'D KVKRV DAY FOIl FVKKING TKLEOItAPil. Confederate Religion. I'rom the Tribnw. 5Iot of the ecclrslustical organizations of the Btnt"3 lately In revolt have chosen not to renew their lormer iralernal relations with the like orirtml nations In the loyal Stales wherewith they formally dissolved connection at tuc outbreak ol the Rebellion. For this decision they are answerable only to God and their own con sciences. It would be a bitter mockery to pro fess to love where they really hnle to cotitido where tbey profoundly district. Still, some of their resumptions and reasonings seem fairly to Invite criticism. For instance: The Southern Presbyterians (Old School) held a General Assembly at Macon, Gcoraia, three weeks since, aud, refusing to reunite with the Presbyterians ot the North, dis-oarrted their ...

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. — 4 January 1866

TUB DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 18GG. 3 city T N TE LLIGENCE 1 2-tr addiHoual Local 1L ..-; F.,i7 Pa;r. Mkettko ok tub Agricultural So-ch-tv. The annual mooting oi tho Agricult iral Kk'Cieiy of rinltulelnhtn. Win held ypst;roa..y morning, Craig Diddle, F.s., President, in tho chair. A nuuiuer ot communications werfl re edvert, among which wtie the ollicial corres pondence of the French Exposition for 1867 and the monthly report of tin; Agricultural 80 cicty tor November, 10.5. A communication in relation to infi'ie-vine elresina in Switzerland wr.s road, tdiowrntr, ccttiun nd vantages in the mode Fuirgosted in this connection, and the TrchHiirpr untie his Huuwtl report, showing a mall balance in his litindf. The to'lowina; gen tlemen were elected oliiocra for the oiisiiiri'i, year: Craig Kiddle, I'i'csi cut; Charles W. Har rison and Charles It. Kiiil', Vice-Presidents; Sidney (J. Fisher, Coire-'pondSnir Secretary; Alfred L. Kennedy, Reeord'iisr Secret...

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. — 4 January 1866

&rcmn( telegraph Jf pvli'irhrd rrrni af.crron (.simnr's excepted) at 2,o. ICS f. Ihml r-ira t. Price, Three Cent Per (py I'c.vUe Shed), or Eighteen Cents Per H'r,T., i arable to the Carrier, ana mailed to Subscribe, s out of the city at R-ine Do'Jjrs Per Arn,vm; 0,.c Volhir and Filly Cents for Two Mcnth?, hxcnoHy ni vdiace for the period ordered. io hit we the Jnrcrlion ot An ct rti cement ina'l of mir Edition, tuy imtut be forwarded ly oar olf.ee vol later than 10 o'clock each Morning. THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, lH'iO. A Western Ii-cho o! Eastern Unionism - A Truo KnUicr.l Message. It Is with tlio lceoneyt pleasure that we have read the inaugural address of the Hon. Lucius FAincnii.D, Governor of Wisconsin delivered by him at Madison on Monday last It is a frank and noble utterance of sound Union sentiments, in which none of that equivocation and non-committalism which h now, alas ! too popular, is to be found. In his paragraphs nre found no negatives for evil, but positives for good...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 4 January 1866

WELCOME TO EDWIN EOOTH. A Mngnlflrent Rereptln In the Winter Garden Litat Night New Yorb'i Grol tmg to ttie Great American Trairmllmi) Knthnoianni Una Bind Fair Women Cheering- and IJrave Men liberating CljmnaNtlo I'ealu Mr. llooth' Appear ance Groans for tbe New York "ltrtld" and tbe "OKI Mime," Etc. Last night's performance ol UamUt, at the Winter Garden,' was one lotur tvb? remembered. The return of Edw in Booth to '.he stage, alter a prolonged absence lu pnrt occasioned, we may presume, by the md clrcinnHtances which brought his family name into prominence in connection with tiie closing calamity ol toe late "war whs made the oecusiou tor a most enthu siastic demonstration ot sincere w elconie on the part ot those oi' the preut iii-lisi's friends who succeeded in gaining a foothold withiu the walls of the theatre. It was lelt that under the peculiar, unfortunate circumstances ol his position, tins estimable citizen and honored plaver de-erved an expres sion of sympathy and a hea...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 4 January 1866

E1MTH--t, T.Ut TIYr. (Tit UYI.KS) ry rK :.!.'. a tier r: cvk:;. Oh, .'L( !. dt '-s mv c.ir'.'.r.ir '....y 1h ho Ivh.c I'Ct.t-.'b toe .' Are bis ; ep0 'mil tr.e l-i"'" 'ft' aUvny, I'y the ftntil'til iv.tr r.t Ood t Or, undir the So;-,h"rri .', Where our !'ren fuc ).(.:' i ami "Ma, Do the Rwtttwinls E' ft p wln.ro he, tlrsnmiasr, lies 'Mid the pcrfumn-dor ijidp vines Where the timorous bone.y-bird ti", From the patpioiinte lipn of the iloA'cru, Tlie rf"-e wine ppillul in Uieir purple cups by the crystal nund of tho Miowre .' Whi re t'tie emiSL-t, K'lcn.n ai"l nr, I'rennis low In the dwi.c Weft, And the joi.up Niclit we.'.rcin the fin", faint ?t;tr Like a ilotver upou her breast 1 (nieftioii t'.ie wind, wild wind") 1 qjcstioH the Jntinitc fcii, Bui never nn niiMver mv toutl pliant tinus Will my darling come Lncn to me 1 Is he leal ns of yore my sweet? Will he fly to my feet wl'.b the dawn? Will be len'n to my lijin, where the wood-roses meet. When the curtains of sunset arc drawn ? For...

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. — 4 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. iPntLADELPIIIA, TIHJUSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1SG0. The Tatcnt Office. Wc copy from the ScwiUifw American the fo! owlng interesting account of the Patent Olllce: The Patent Ollloe is the nnblcat biiildins, Architecturally apenking, iu Wushinr;ton. It vhs oripiimlly ioiiniled excliiHivcly lor a Pntent Ollice, nut, upon the creation ol" the Department of the Intel ior, it? oilices wcrt located in the I'ntcut Ollice buiMing, url tlie ntl'nlrs of that oflice were nubord Unite to the Interior Depart mont i The Srirnlifr American earnestly protested ppainst this "arranpeineut, and the wisdom of this f rotest is no iniide ns clear as a suubefim to all who have tnkPn r.ote of the wonderful progrrps wlilcb nns iniuked tue liistory ol inven tion durinir the pat ten yenriv The Potent Ofliec 19 now dnished according to the original plans. Over lour hundred thou sand dollars ot the putctit fund have been ab sorbed in its construction, while the ollice itself has iuid all its...

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. — 4 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 4, 1866.. ike uzw cmosj nvm. Atf):iinin( l t !i f-rt l?o-a8 tv llfMivlfxl Valine iU'1 fclU 'rrnl In I hlcao ''I'xm rtn tlt IiwiiIiIm ttf l.s.- Hull M Million ltolln'h ol Mithllllle, E-. Tmthi Cli rago T.mrt, Atcimbnr 19. Tii m-ut lailnrc of Mr. U. II. CYosby, with Vihliihties biiiouiitiuc to ball' a million ol dollars, till continue to be t'liO u'.iroi'binjc topic ot coa vereittion ninonr; the b'lMiits-t tnuu ami promi wxt i"i-.tut of I'hitftu-o. It . the h.'avict Ihihu'c (htit has occurred in this ;itv nincc th3 memorable nnnncal fiiwasti'rs ol lrl. Mr. Cro-l v'b iriiiiiieii:t) before tins community, in wt ost'pojr.nltti' a'unr.tioti ho wns rated on; of !hic!iKiVmc"t enterprising, .veaUhy, and pu'ilio fpir,.U .'ifi'ejb, iuvc-t-i t,;m tall 'jr wi'li an In-Int.-t and imiattnco that widely tliil'er Irom those a;c'oiii!f 10 ordinary canes ot b.vnkrupt.'V. I; i.: useless to si.rcumt" upon the causes ot the fai urc; tucy ore L'...

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. — 5 January 1866

KVMNING "PTEJ" H H i( TV 3?IIIXvA.rEIL.l?I-II, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 18G0. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. VOL. V-No. 5. MA Third Dny'a Proceeding of th Conven tlon-Prtlent 0'JIhy Kd t is Meaa ttnd Important lttt He Charge the Hennie viita Treachery BrnnlorPrHlln Roberta to Report la Person to the Mown Secretary B. . Killlaa'a Financial Bepert, Kte. The proceedings ot the Convention yesterday "were characterized Ity some able debates on the different resolutions broueht before the House; fcUll, the proceedings were marked by thelutinost propriety. This was in n great measure owing to the able Chairman, who discharged his duties promptly and impartially. On the opening of the Convention tho minutes of ltut day's pro ceedings were rjad and upprovcd. The report of the committer to wait on tho Senate was rend. The (Senate could not be tonnd as a body. Mr. Roberts' reply was very indefi nite, and admitted thn eoudiruution that he did IOC ignize the Convention its a legally constituted body, and s...

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. — 5 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGHAril. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 18GC. 1 , THE NEW YOBK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Loading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of tho Hour. tf 1ILFD FVEllY DAY FOR F.Vr.NISO TCLKGnAPU. Frrrdmcit, and the Right to Own Land. i tie Tmi t. K it reported on arood authority that soma or Ice LegUiulurcs of the lately insurgent ytaUs ht.ve pusfi'.l laws to prevent the treed blacks in m hol("i:is real estate. We cannot well con nive a tuea.Mire more oisutroj9 to tho (uturo rodiu'tive Interest! of tluse States, or tnoro injiiBt iu itself. All economists airretliat the lotting of lund hat a remarkable moral and, ti.erelore, industrial effect on the peasantry of a ( imtrj cjijiee'.tilly If the lund be not too much subdivided, f o that each person, can secure a fair .1 ivelihrcd tv m his little plot. Hits hope i i possessing hind is one of tho mo-t rowerlul ni tives actlni? on the human mind. It is olteu t' ; : hope and desire which bring over such crow d...

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. — 5 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGKAril. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 5, 18GG. CITY INTELLIGENCE I'cr addilUjru.il Locu. n,u.iuia.e J':.fl'i , .J - .1 The Sabbath Qckhtiok Meeting of Clekotuf.n. Liiict evmintr. an a journnd meetr ln(r of clergymen and Irynen, In -reference to Sunday clefecratiou, was held in the First Dhd lint Church, Roomer of l!imd and Arch Ihtrcnta; Hon. William A. Porter In the chair. Hie Iiev. Or. Juukln opened tbe meeting with praver. The chairman announced tuo following gentle men as the committee to have in charge the general interest ot the Sabbath cause in tlila city, with power to oull a general convention of the citizens: Rev. J. IJ. AUoiuberger, D. D.; licv. Thomas IJratncrd, I). D., He?. Kiehnrd Newton, D. D., Rev. I. BdwardH, 1. D.; Rev.Ti P. SMvcn son, Daniel cHetnmet, Km r William W. Barr, J. B. Lonencrc, Levi LTuoft les, Abraham Mar tin, William Mann. . i .7 i i A resolution apiwintintr. a committee of three . to raise funds for the publication of tracts and...

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. — 5 January 1866

fcnhtfj Mcgtaph Is published every aflernoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 5. 77) trd fired. Price, Three Cents Tcr Copy (Double Meet), or Eighteen Cents Per Wvvlt, payable to Vie Carrier, and mailed to Subscribers out ofOiecityat Nine Dollars Per Anuvm ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Iwo Months, invariably in advance for the period urdci ed. To inrvre the Insertion of Advertisement in all of our Editions, Vuy must be forwarded to our office hot later than 10 o'clock each Morninrj. FBI DAY, .TANUAKY 5, 1SC.6. Dclci.dn est Carthago The only Remedy tor Southern Tyranny. Tub barbarity and oppression which charac terized the conduct of the Southern planters lr their dc:. lings with their late ulaves Imme diately afi r the conclusion of the war, were attributed by many to that natural revulsion of fueling incident upon the total destruction of all their .icconccived notions of 'propriety. We agree villi our ably edited contemporary, The rrc,v ;cn It says that "no one expected that the ?...

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