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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PniL ADELPHI A , FRIDAY, JAN tfAltY 19, I860. 5 LEGAL INTELLIGENCE. TBI GBKAT RAILWAY BVTt. j Kibi Pmcs Court Judg Rear!, Pennnyl aula Railroad et al versus Atlantic and Grout Western Railroad. Mr. Gibbons resumed , his artrnment this morning. The defendants have complaiaed that the Secretary of the Common Health refused to tile in his otlicc a copy of their agreement, and they have admitted that he re in sel to do so on the pround that he could not see the authority whereby such agreement was made. They furthermore admit that tho Attorney-General instructed the Secretary not: to place It upon his file. If the ajrrecment was lawfully made, could these Plate officers have rctnsed to diflcliarpe their duties in respect to it F What the Atlantic Road wonted to eil'ect was to consolidate their railroad with railways; in New Yoik and Ohio, with which they were then in working conncctim. They wanted the exclu jsiveriRbt, and they have not quite accomplished it...

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. — 19 January 1866

c NEGRO SUFFRAGE. bt blwa Mnr. Kll7 and Bsn 411 la lh liana mt Rfiprenfintatlren. a TbarMlity, the 10th Inntant. . The qnction cnmlrjr tip on tho bill allowing olored men to vote In the District of Columbia, Jlr. Randall, of Pennsjlvanla, obtained the floor and iaid : Mr. Sprakpr. the dtscimMon of this bill has been lenpthy and the arffumenU havu been ample. I should not feel it necessary at this time to oc cupy the attention of the Iloue on tho subject, but (or the (net that my native State, during the course of this debate, has been alluded to. My colleague trom the fourth district (Mr. Kellcy) has stated to you here that prior to 1838 negroes ere allowed the frivllefro of the elective fran chise in the State of I'oiinsvlvanla, The jrentlo man has told the truth in that particular, but he has failed to tell tho whole truth. Sir, Is he not aware that a judicial decision hog been made in .Pennsylvania upon this very point? I ennsylvania uboluhed slavery on tho 1st of March, 1780, 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. — 19 January 1866

i DcllTcrance from the Lattrr.Day Ralata. 3CAPB OP A YOUNG OIKL FEOM THH MORMONS HKK . . ' BUFFERINGS. A corrcppondpnt of the Cincinnati Commercial, ritinir Irora Tctorsbur. Ohio, eivp Ion It B(V fount of the adventured of a younir plrl namod ouiM uiacK, wno recently escaped from the lornion community in Salt Lake City, and en Jiircd ereat suOering. The uubetanceol tho story bb iunows: . , i . . "On Thuwdar eveninir. 4th tnt.. n a bor wai turning from school, across the flelrt. near etersbiirK, on ncaiine a counle of haystacks he card plaintive moans, apparently proceed in g leieirom, accorapanica dv laint articiuauoaa I a human voice. He diatinctlv heard the iacnlation, 'My (jod I my God 1' the boy hur ed to his home, which was In sleht, and told fir. Davidson what he had heard. Mr. Davhlaon t once started back with him, and meeting two eigtibors on the way, took tnem aioug to tlie i ack of hay. "Ou reaching the pot, and Rolnjr round one f the stacks lrom whonce the sounds proceede...

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. — 19 January 1866

d AMUSEMENTS. Awh St.kt Thkatr. This erenlnf, for the benefit of Un. John I rew, the charming comedy of The IWkt of a KiyM will be gi?n. Mrs. Drow, In Ihe "Cehes 4e Cliartrts," has apart Usnlt bor entirely. Mr. Kankin will play the "Duke;" Hr. F. F. Meckey, "Dr.Dnia-jrondraitj" Mr. Stuart Rob ton, Tlenerallloti" Mrs.Creaae, "Mad'lle Daval;" very One cant. The pleoe itself Is fall of wit, ipint, mad plot, Fortunio will follow. Walhft Strut Theatre. This eyenln. for Mrs. "Wood's last benefit in this city, the amusm borlctque of Mnzcppa will bo uivtn, Mr Fawoett taking the part of the hero, whilst Mrs. Wood will tako the part of O Inska " Mrs. Wood Is so hand, some. o fuil of run, so frcnial, and so fasoinatin?, that wo admire and lico her in everything, forgiving even hor lanlts; but in .borlesqae she li entirely in her elomont. KKW CbFSIJT fcTRKFT TlIEATKB Tho lied Ronrr and The S'eepmg Beauty will b-J irlren for the last lime. On Monday, the groat revival of Arruh-nu poguc, whi n Mi...

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. — 19 January 1866

- - r t FTFl VOL. V-No. 17. 3?IIILA.DELiI3:iA., FRIDAY, JJLNUJSJKY 19, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. i A vi.lnyiUTrim, A IF itJio ... -...' i ! V ! i Jl E XI CO. ARRIVAL OF A FRENCH ADMIRAL. The delations of France and Mexico with the United Slates. CAPTURE OF TOLUCO BY . THE LIBERALS. The Imperialists Delcated Within Twelve Leagues of the Capital. Tho Liberals Capture Valuable : Silver Mines New York, January 19. Tho Herald? a Mexican despatches report the arrivul of a new French Admiral, Dldolot, to confer with Marshal Bazaine cfi the relations of France, Mexico, and the United Statca. It ia rumored that be is to be followed by a large squadron; but the object of the latter 1b variously stated. Somi gay for war In rase of hostilities with the United States, and there eay as transport to convey the French troops from Mexico to other points on this con tinent. Toluca, the ancient capital of tho empire, 3S miles from Mexico, has been taVen by the Libe rals, under General Museoz. Al...

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. — 19 January 1866

'A THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMPILED EVERY DAT FOB BVKHIHQ TELEGRAPH. Prolonging Sectional Bitterness. From the Timet, Ol course very few of our readers have oppor tunity to see the Journals publihcd lu the South ern States, nml whatever they learn of the tem per of these papers Is gathered from partial and stintod extracts. . When the great Rebellion ended by the surrender of Lpe and Johnston, we all hoped that tbe experience of four years would have had some appreciable effect upon the so called eitpouents of public opinion In the South; we fancied that the. stereotyped expressions of hate against the North would at least be modified, if not silenced. Wo could not expect an exube rance of love; but we did think that ordinary courtesy was not too much to look for, that we niipnt no more hear the coarse vituperatiou with which the Southern tar-aud-teathex writers before the war assailed everything tha...

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. — 19 January 1866

i CITY INTELJilO KNUE ... i For Additional Cily liJctliijcrue see F , u i .tu, FOLITICAT. ECONOMY Lf.CTTJBE AT THC Quasrr City Bitsinffb Collrhk. Last evening, t the Quaknr Citt Business CoUore, new branch, t Broad and Hpilng Garden street, Rev. O. S. St nter delivered au ndtlrcss t3 the pupils. It may hrre bo properly Btat"d this department of tl e Business College wan inaugurated last Mon day evening, with ivpproptiatc exercises. To benefit the Btmleut.ot the city, and instruct the ccncTal public, a coinsc of fen lectures on I'oiitiral Economy were inaugurated by the Principal, of which lout evening's was the ccona. Rev. O. 8. Bcnter delivered tht second lecture liiflt evening, to a largo audience, bis snblcct brine: "Secretary McCulloch's report, with special retrietice to the following proposition 'Is our National Debt a Blenpinft or a Curse?" Rev. Mr. Senter rctcrred to the fearlul and faneninarv struggle lately clo ed, which had rocked the euitb, and jseemcd to shake tho brave...

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. — 19 January 1866

rhuug iclcrjrajh It pnltHihcd irii ofirntrn (Sundry excepted) at Ao. 108 . Ihird street. J'r're, Tliree O nli Per 0 y (I),y'h'c Sheet), or Eighteen tents Per M'pffc, toy able io Ut Carrier, and mailed to Suhsn iliert nU of the city al Nine Dollars Per Antrim ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for 'two Months, invariably in adoa-vx for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Advertisement in all of ovr Editions, they must be forwarded lo our office not later than 10 o'clock each Mommy. FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 1SCG. The Condition ol our Iron-Cln&i A New Yoik Libel Related. The New York Times, with that absence o, veracity which la so characteristic ot all the utterances by the press of the metropolis on matters appertaining to Philadelphia, publishes A letter purporting to come Irom our city, descriptive of the condition of the Iron-clad 'vessels at League Island. In this communi cation It thus describes the observations of the correspondent : "A lew dnvg ago our reporter visited the...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 19 January 1866

'i ' x::::rzr :::: (I LEGAL INTELLIGENCE. IM R AT RAILWAY BtTIT. 2fiBt Prius ( outu Judge Head. rennsjl sut.i Railroad et al versus Atlantic and lireat Weetern Ha' I road. Mr. Gibbons rcnumnd bis argument this morning. The defendants have complaiued that the Becrctary of the Common wealth refused to tile in his oUloe a copy of their aprreemcnt, and they have admitted that he re lused to do so on the ground that he could not see the authority whrreby such agreement was made. They furthermore admit that the Attor-noy-Ccncial iustiuctei the Hecietary not to place it upon his tile. If the agreement w3 lawfully made, could those State officers have refused to diachareo their duties In respect to it 1 W hat the Atlantic Road wanted to effect was to consolidate their railroad with railways in New York and Ohio, with which they were then in working connection. They wanted the exclu sive right, and thev have not quite accomplished it, although they have secured much ingenious legislation. Th...

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. — 19 January 1866

G NEGItO - SUFFRAGE. DebRt brlwtif n JDimiri. (telle fcnd Bftn dll Im the' llmni) Jsf KepraaeeUativ, n Thnrartny, the IOll IriMdI. The question cominj ud on tie bill allowing colored men to vote in the District of Oolnmbia, Mr. Rnmlall, of Penn?)lTanift, obtained the floor and said : Mr. Speaker, the discunRion of this bill haa been lengthy and the arguments have been ample.. I vhould not foci it necessary ut this time to oc cupy the attention of the Ilouse on the subject, but lor the tact that my native State, during the course ol thia debate, has been alluded to. My colleague irom the fourth district (Mr. Kelley) hiu staled U you here that prior to 1838 negroes were allowed the privilege of the elective fran chise in the State of Pennsylvania. The gentle man haa told the truth tn that particular, but he has tailed to tell the whole truth. Sir, Is he not aware that a Judicial decision has been made in Pennsylvania upon this very point? 1 ennsylvania abolished slavery on the 1st of ...

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. — 19 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, JANUARY 19, 18GG. A Deliverance from the Latter.Day Salata. racAn op a iouno girl from tub mormons hr BUFFKRINU8. A corrospondoTit of tlie Cincinnati Commercial, writing from rctcrsburg, Ohio, elves loni ac rount ot' tb adventures of a joiinir elrl tunned Ioulha Black, who recently escaped from tho Mormon community in Salt Lake City, and en durqd ercat sutlutlng. The bubetaoctof the story la an follows: "On Thuriiday evening, tli Inst., as a boy was rftuminsc Iroru school, across the fields, near Petersburg, on neaxins a couple of haystacks ho heard plaintive moang, apparently proocedwir tlierelrom, accompanied bv falut articulations of a human voice. He distinctly heard the ejaculation, 'My God ! my God 1' Th boy hur ried to his home, which was In sight, and told Mr. Davidson what he had heard. Mr. Davidson it once started bock with him. and meeting two neighbors on the way, took them aloug to tho iitack of bay. "On reaching the sp...

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. — 19 January 1866

8 AM US KM h NTS. A iKi! STnitrr Thkatii Thif evenin?, for the benefit of Air. Jalin Crow, tho charming comedy ol The Follies of a Wight will be liven. Mrs Urcw. in toe "Ducfiere do Chartrs," has part to uit br entirely. Mr. Rankin will plT the "Duke;" Mr. F. V. Mack-ay, 'Dr. Drorjrcndraft ;" Mr. Htnart Kotr tea, "rierreraU.ot;" Mr. Crease, "atad'He Doval j" a ?ery fine cut, '1 he pleoe itself U full of wit, spirit, nd plot. Fortwiio will fo'iow. Walnbt Ftmet Theatub. This evening, for Mrs Wood's last benefit in this city, the amusing tmrletque oi Jfazeppa will be given, Mr Fawoott takmg ttie part of the hero, whilst Mrs. Wood will take the part of ' O inska " Mra. Wood Is so hand some o fn'l of fun, sq rental, and so fascinating, that we admire and Use hor In everything, forgiving oven hor faults; but in bnrlosqoe she is entirely in licr element. Kbw Cheshut fcTRr.ETTiiBATR The Ited Rover nd The Sleeping Beauty will bo given for the last time. On Monday, the groat rovival of Arrah-...

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. — 22 January 1866

r u H A A A PHILADELPPIIA, AIOTSTDA.Y, JANUARY 22, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. VOL. YNo. 19. IH TMUD EDITION RiJEjnCO. ?i iinjusK rini: lAiraonnnurv. Willi A . W-l A I V . United States Colored Troops on a Raid. UPTIME OF IMPERIAL ARTILLERY. THE BAGDAD AFFAIR. A FRdNCH FRICATE SHELLS THE TOWN. Carturo of a Small Gunboat. Xcw Between Wcltzcl and Mejia. ICASUS BELLI ON THE TAPIS. HE BUILDING POUT BROWN. American Troops Preparing for Battle. General Crawford In New Orleans Looking Up Recruits. BC Et Ete Etc.. Etc., Etc.. Eta. New Orleans, January 21. Advices from Brownsville to tbe 15th instant give an partially correct statement of the -Bagdad affair. A party of one hundred and twenty-three most of them being colored soldiers ot the 118th United States Regiment, under Colonel Reed, crossed the river at Clarksville, and divided Into three squads. At 4 o'clock on the imornlng of the 5th tbe first squad proceeded to a crnp, which they captured, with about four hundred prisoners and f...

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. — 22 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGKAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 18GG. Continued from the Firtt Page. nail, delights (lie eye. The aspect of nature can not bo too highly estimated in its effects upon the bet'er class of patients ; it Is the moot promi nent alleviation ot the anticlines they feel In bolnp separated from friends, and lor no sin con tinea In durance vile. It affords .hem that on 'which they can build many a pleasant thought, and helps them to relieve their minds of the fancies which oppress them. Among other noticeable objects pertalnlnrto the grounds ts a pond of considerable size, which, though ol lathpr brackish water, Is useful in thi winter, furnishing ice forth Workhouse and the Asylum, and pood skating lot the officers and certain patterns. There are fifty-six officers, attendants, and employes salaried by the Commissioners. Of these the resident f hysiclan holds the entire executive power. There are usually three assist ant phslcians and a chaplain attached to 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. — 22 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING - TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 1806. . . Continued from .ycttd r?e . 1 V IV . i - 1 ... m iiB ii would bp i iiicm i, o ronui'i e. mm titters his ttrado eps'inst the Covermun ii. uth a troluble interminelitig of thine; in tua he iv above, on the earth ttwath, find in tho watr-'H tinder the enrth; then the other with lai " out aokmnity wiU reply, and, evidently thinking he in rebutting hie friend's arguments, talks upon fcn entirely diverge theme with endless perti nacity and confusion, A more ridiculous cari cature of a debate was never Imagined. 11 ran away from the Aylum not loojr sinee, and entered the armr, securing no inconsiderable toonnty-monev. The state of ht3 mind was, how ever, soon discovered, aud he was sent to his former abode, declaiming against "sycophancy and conspiracy." As we turn from him there enters the Asylum an active figure carrying a pail of whitewash with its prjper brushe. His whole person' from his hat to bts shoes, is or...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 22 January 1866

wiring IMcppli Jt published ttery afternoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 5. Ihird street. Price, Tttree Cents Per Copy (Double Sfiect), or Eighteen Cents Per H'opA, payable to the OarriT, and mailed to Subscriliers out of ttie city at Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Ttoo Stontfis, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Adveiiisements in off of our Editions, they must be forwarded to our office not later Vian 10 o'ctot each Morning. MONDY, JANCAKY 22, infill. The Sunday Question. No good citizen can regard with indif ference the controversy that is now goin? on in this community with reference to what is commonly termed the "Sunday Question." The issue Is between those who would pre serve the sacredness of the first day of the week, or the Christian Sabbath, as a "holy'' day, of Divine appointment, for the physical and spiritual welfare of mankind, and those who would divest it of all religious import ance and obligation, and...

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. — 22 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 186G. OUR NEW YORX LETTER. Th Wa(hr-Opr-Kdwln noth-I. irattng- Libel ad Mmg. C K Ipta r TbeMrea Itecordia of Crim Tb Mxlca Nw, Et. Special Correspondence of The Evening Tele graph. New York, January 22. The weather here yesteday wm exlremely cold and to-day there is sorao difficulty met by the upper Brooklyn lerry-boata in getting; through the floating ice. At daylight the mercury stood at ten dcjrreca above rero. . The latest bit of scandal is to be found in the arrest, on Saturday, of George W. Matsell A Co., of the Police Gazette, on a charge of libel pre ferred by Mr. Alexander T. Stewart, the well known importer and millionaire of this city. I send you the full particulars of the matter. We are to have another season of opera here by Maretzrk'B company, to commence next week and continue tor four weeks. L'Africaine and L'Etoile du Mora are announced. Mr. Booth still draws tremendous houses in JlnrnM. It will be with...

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. — 22 January 1866

THE DAILY. EVENING lELEGIUril. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 18GC. THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. mni.E EVERY DAT IVR EVENING YLLEGRAPn. The Regnlnr Army. Jrom the Tribune. I Congress is about to consider the propriety of permanently enlarging the togular armj. The Mil of Mr. Senator Wilcon has been reported, and when it conies up before Congress we .shall yrobably enter into its merits. The general sub ject of a regular army is one ot great interest. ' There are many who believe that we cannot get along without a permanent regular army of at least 2(10,000 men, and Congress will be asked to arrange a system embracing this number. We are asked to look at the great European nations, and assured that there can be no greatness of nation ality unless we have military Strength. Franca has 404,192 men to support her omplre and keep Europe on good behavior, at a cost of over $HO,(M,0,000 annually. Russia keeps...

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. — 22 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 22, 18GG. MEDICAL. EPICAL V, J, K C T It I C I T V . r r r , I k i t ADEItFUL SCIENTIFIC DISCOVERY DR. S. W. UliCKWITirs, jECTIUUAL institute No. 1220 WALNUT Street, hcirlrltjr tn all Its) TArlon rrmi AamlDltril for in uira or C'braiile J)lienti. Ivithln the past Ave years, thousands of patients i e tern treated at ibis ollice, suffering from almost f ry form and condition of disease common to inanity, and in nunrly ail cases a b)nctltor perloct '-f lias Wen eQuotod, Palsy, deafness, blindness, umstism, dyspepsia, caucor. and all the old knot! r asea mat are a pnsicians curse, an it proves inability to eradicate, are br our method oom. ativelr easy of cnie. Specimens of tumors of growth extracted by means ot Eloctricitv ue, without pain, without the use of" the kuiio, iturcs, or any other moan, may be noon at our ce oy those interested, we are willing to under e any ot the tollowing disek.es, with erery hone 1 prospect of suc...

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. — 22 January 1866

8 Xm ' Wmr tb stiver Plat Rfr i f Pee The A1II Still .Prom 3 Butnoe jtyrti Standard, November 23. The narrh of the allied army across the Pro vince o ' Corripntos, and the mooted temporary fttirpene n of hostilities during the tropical heat of the 1 resent season, are the only features of tmperta tee we have to note reflpecthiR the war. The Par. apayans arc now completely shut up in their ow country, and so little reliable informa tion com es across the lines that it is dillicult to ratimate with any degree of convctnes the ele ments oft tefmse at the disposal of t'ae Paraguayan (ioverntm "it; we are Inclined, however, to credit the rnmo t that (he sreitest dmtresn prevails, wirjft to . the scarcity of lood. There have been daring tht last fortnieht many reports about peace, but wo ore not in a position to say what loundation there may be for such a desirable event Jnd eed it is difficult to conlecture how President M Ure could arrantfea peace with Para guay so long ' as President L...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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