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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 31 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 18GG. MATTERS OVER TIIE RIVER. The Masonic Orders. The Masonic Orders of Camden last evening had an Important nd vety Interesting meeting at their rooms, In the Odd Fellows' Hall, Fourth and Market street, which was well attended. Delegations from other daces were In attendance, and, alter the disposal of the various item of business j more teem, tncy aciiotirnea to tne extensive dining Fnloons ot Mrs. Lanlng, where a sump tuous collation and supper were served up. Railroad Casualty. Too afternoon freight train on the Cape May and Millvillo railtoad was thrown from the trnrk, on Monday evening, near Malaga Station. The cnuse of the disaster was the nnsplucenvnt of a Bwltch. The enelneer, Henry White, and the lireman, were severely Injured, but were well cared for by the people. Disorderly Persons. Two men, named Alfred Hordeau and Henry nallishcr, werp taken into custody ycterdav, chiiigcd with havint? participated In...

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. — 31 January 1866

6 THE DAILY EVENING IE I EG R Am . V D 1L A D ELPIII A, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 18GG. THE PACIFIC IlAILltOAD. The Or fat Il f Mie Ak IntreUn lclur ly ii-orn' Fr.ms) I'rul iiui clto l'rnl l tui IImiiih Yily t'r-lulit llupti.e o( the l"tclflc Hallronl f:tliiirtli nl Vtflr TtaniiHriail 1 una (lie !) silver Valley re KI'ltNt J.hmu on tu. ' ol tte Ulobe. fYofn Me Chicago T.me., ZStf. AtMorWs ExcbuiiRC looms last evening, Mr. George Francis Train delivered a leclure on the fac'iffc Railroad, and ou the territory west of the Mi8Binplppi, to a lare audience composed Jof mnnj members of the. l oard of Trade, and in fluential mcichnnts of thia city. The following is an abstract of hie remarks : He woa not here to talk fun. And the occa giou ol bis comitift hero reminded him of fifteen or twenty years nco, when ho was strictly a btminoss nmn. U was only wlien he left home, and eaw something oi it, and learned some thines, wrote some books, became an orator and UtUraicur, that tbey seemed to 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. — 31 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 31, 18GC. INTERESTING ITEMS. Slueau. A scries of reforms, looking to tho yehoration of the condition of tho Jews of. in course of execution by the Government. 'Fibonh and Clearfteld Railroad Co. The to ol this railroad, advertised In Tun Evening AiRorath to take place on February 12, 1866, 5 the Merchants' Exchange, Philadelphia, by I Thomas, auctioneer, has, we learn, been iponed. Sho'uld no arrangement bo made be ren the stockholders and bondholders, we sunie the road will yet have to be sold. Fata.. . n Xf in., n. J. ..MiionnnlAnt ir via API V Hi S.A1UU. A UQ I 111 IB l,UlH5nWutn u n the London Times says : "The Mexican dilli Jlty was before the last council of Ministers at e xuiiertes. All, or nearly an, tne Ministers ;re tor the spcedv recall of the French troops. ie Knineror. it is raid, does not think the foment yet come to do so safely; at least not am tne Emperor of Austria snail nave com et cd the contingent nec...

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. — 31 January 1866

f 3 8' , More Adtlco to the Fcninna. To lh Editor oj the t vtning 1 tltnrapk t In jour issue of Monday last you irftve Inser tion to a loni? letter on "Icntans and tVniui lrnn," signed Johu Campbell. You will comer a favor on me by Riving a short one, In reference to that epistle. I will not attempt to make an exploring expedition with Mr. Campbell by the "Strait of Batxluiaudcl, or Gate of Tears," and the some hundicd other puzzling pliiccs that in tervene between this "Babel" locality, till we get to "Honduras," where th3 writer inform u "England gets her ornamcn;al woods." How ronsistcut it was to.' John Campbell to Belectthe World tor his communicatlou, lor certainly he has treat capacity tor spreudiuit hlmsull I 1 know not how others may have breathed alter petting thro. igti what Mr. Cuiuobell terms a "Driet sketch" oi England's dominions. 1 tolt preatly rel eved, and could scarcely believe my eyes on seeing, "halt a million" ot an Rrmy set apart lor the scent-ins oi those lit...

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. — 1 February 1866

S(&MAF IJIIILDli:i,T?IIIaV, TIIIJIISIDY, IEBUXJVIIY 1, 18GG. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. VOL. V. No. 28. (Gr IP lHT1T il pa M , JSealy Fenr Ituiiirl VeaneH I ral Hn4r4 Lt v a I.ot b tbe Late Uale J n tbe ttrlttah .oat. i! The Blips soppoeed to hnve b;en loft during U the late gules on the Pi tisb, coast number be- twccn thr e and four hundred, i" ' A letter irom Turbay states that tnlrty one fine Y ve?els, and eleven fishing sloops wore dashed to I'Vcoe on the shore, ft is tearvl that one hundred an i titty men have perished, i The Omi hanna-inq, 11 tons, irom New York 1 to Livei vol. has boon totally lost on the rock of i. Ionia. Sooth, nd Seventeen oi' her crew drowned. Csrgo v rv alunble: 1U0 bales of cotton, 6360 bt)lf . of flour, !;9,!ix6 Whels of -corn, and 40 cases f merchandise. . Estimated loss of chip and .careo, 40,000. The .Albion, lW tons, trom Me v York to Liver pool, totally wrecked off' Stroniness. Eleven lives tost, fjsutnaieu toss Oi snip mm cargu, 40,000. Ire ra...

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. — 1 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGIUrn. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 18GG. THE NEW YOBK PRESS. Editorial Opinion of the Leading l Journals Upon the Most Import-. ant Topics of the Hour. OOMFILKD EVERY DAT FOB KVKNIICO TltEORiflt. Practical Legislation The Dankrnptcr Kill. From the Timet. A certain amount of optimum Is as essential In politics as in the common ethics of everyday life. The evils' and annoyances of the present hour are Incidental and transitory; the goo J we hope for, though unseen and undefined, is sure, and will bo enduring. Prolonged debate3 about reconduction , and he seemingly Interminable manufacture of con stitutional amendments, may therefore be sub mitted to patiently, if not with indifference. After theorizing will come practice. Beyond a fathomless ocean of words lies a solid land of work. The era of discussion ended, we may confidently expect a rolgn of action, and the adjustment of matters into which partisanship does not properly enter. The revision of the re...

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. — 1 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH". PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 18GG. CITY INTELLIGENCE For Additional City Intc'l.r (net see F.fu'i J':'. Tnn Gekmantown Mdrdku Anni tional Etiphncr. The following additional evidence in ttala impoitant trial iu elicited yesterday al'tornoor: Briijaniin Franklin, Chief Detective I first went to (Jerniantown on Saturday evening, but did not c the prisoner until Sunday morning, at the Station House, C!p'inmtown; askod what time he leu homo the piwlou Saturday morn inc; he Raid hfilt-pat six o'clock A. M, and camo down Main street to Qrie?n itrect, and waited at Queen street lor one of the pufcneer cars, to seo it driver, mimed '"Sandy," that lie was acquainted with; ho wanted to go into town, and had no money; he wanted to rile into town; I asked what ne w.aa coins to town lor; he an d to get some money: 1 nsked who from; he said from a man mured Harry; he did not know his luKt name that Le hud roeu thin Harry the previous Thursday, and h! promised t...

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. — 1 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENiNG TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, .FEBRUARY ,1, 18G6. Evening Mcgtaph Is pvbliilicd rrfn of 'a noon (Sundayi: excepted) at No. 108 S. Uird stra.t. Trice, Tliree (Wd rer Oopy (VrniUe Meet), or Eighteen Cents Ter Woek, layaWc to the Carrier, and matted to Subscriber ovl of the oity at Nine Dollars Per Ain.um ; One Dollar and Fifty Vents for Two Months, invariably in adoa-ve for the period ordered, 7b insure the Insertion of Advertisements in all of our Editions, they must he forwarded to our offioe not later than 10 o'cocfr each Morning. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1XGG. Tbe Passive ol the Constitutional Amend ment The Prospect of Its Adoption. The action of the House of Representatives, yesterday, M adopting the constitutional Amendment by a' nearly three-fourths vote, is nothing icore than the fulfilment of a for gone conclusion, the official declaration of the sentiments of that body, expressed months since, by tl.eir appointment of the Joint Com mittee on Reconstructio...

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. — 1 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1836 5 THE SABBATH QUESTION. The Sabbath a Moral Law. To the Sdiior of the Evening Telegraph: The next historical notice of the lav la In Exodui, xrl, li "Tne children of Israel came onto the wll dernost of "in, which ii between felim and Slnal." Thl wm before the Riving, of the law at Sinai; lor we learn In Number xixill, that there were lour removals ot the camp, tIi., Dophkah, Alnsh, Be pbldlm, and Binal, before they came to the Mount It wm here in the wlldornesa of Sin, they murmured for broad and the manna waa Riven. Just one mon'h panned from tlilr departure from Ramesos see Kntnbor xxxlii, 8), on the 15th dar of the first month, and on the 15th day of the second month they came into the wilderness of sin (Exodui xvl, IV And, "In the third month, when the cbllaren of Isrse! bad rone forth out of the land of Egypt, the aame day they came auto the wilderness of Sinai." Exodus xx, 1. The same day, that is, the fiftee...

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. — 1 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING -TELEGHArtf. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1866. G 8tCEETAEY SBWABD IN HAVANA. Th nnq"t at tb JutMa-Cleiratr) Tli ToHKt sail Hpt of the Etesian Jlr. NwraaNlKal(ieiat 4Jin. pllaieot to Niinla OrmnA NereasMl) a neptlon H ri NcwMd'i Interview !t Nt. Iktvrun) with fesiati Ann. ' 11 IT an a, JaLiiary 25. By the Ezening Star ivhich Arrived here thi". morning from New oilcans, anil leaves to-day for, Now York, I am enabled to send you tae details, as far as I have been srcccibTui in getting them, of the banquet given by the Captain-General to Mr. Seward, on Monday, the 22d, my loriuer letter navlnjr been, by force 01 clroum stances, very Incomplete. ARRANGEMENTS OF TF1B GUESTS. The distinguished party sat down to table at a few minutes past seven. The Captain-General wai dressed in full uniform, with the broad rib bon and cross ol Kt. Ferdinand, the rest ot the company being to full evening dress or brilliant uniforms. Mr. Howard occupied the seat on the rl"ht of th...

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. — 1 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 18GG. Our Commerce with Canadn. PR AFT OF A Klff BEOirBOMTY TBTY. At the request of Secretary McCnlloch, Mr. E. H. Derby has prepared a new draft of a new Re ciprocity Treaty, which was laid before Congress on Monday. Its provisions are as follows: To extend the present treaty for the. further term ot one year from the 17th of March ncut, on the condition tiiat Cauada shall repeal all tbe dulios and taxes on salt, cars, locomotives, vehi cles of ll kinds, machinery, tunlture, tools, Implements, soap, starch, boots, shoes, leather, horseshoe apd noraeshoe nailf , harness, tacks, farads, watches, music and musical instruments, rlocts, tin and wooden ware, muslin dnlainos, coarse shawls, satin? t, and sheetings and shirt Intra worth less than one dollar a pound, and raise the Internal tax anil duty on spirits to at least seventy-five cents per crallon wlno measure, and discontinue her tree ports on Lake Huron and Superior...

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. — 1 February 1866

. i Ml 8 4 ELEVEN 44. Lotteries In Philadelphia-Dimen sion of theDuslness-Tho Policy WrHors-Thcir Nttrvwsfond Lo-catlons-A Spoormen.of their Swindling Circulars-T h e Character of their Victims. .AmonRthe mrrt fotirishine (Illegal traffics in Hbiludelptila i the ale ol'loitory policlw. Few ot our rltUcns have any idea ot the extent to which ir. is hns!n'i9 ii carried on; but all will .liftvp an interest in loing cnliRhtcncd on 4 the fUojnct. It may be asKcrted, without tear ot" conrtraillotion, that in the J-'tatc of Delaware, where lot'nrica ore legalized, tiie bua'.ncsfl la not carried ou eo extensively as in Pennsylvania, whose statuwg preach a fierce ri adO;i:aint it. Nor is it any whole in the wide world carried on more openly, in defiance of the law, than in our law-abid.ug and respectable city. It is A curious fact, pasttlng common corapre heneioM, thtt the lottery men should make no secret of Uioir criminal avocation, and yet should ke uUftwcd to practise in fuet, to hedge t...

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. — 2 February 1866

4 rrn VOL. V.Xo. 29. IIIITVDELIPIIIV, FRIDAY, FE BIITJ -A.H Y 3, 18GG. DOUBLE SlIEET-TIIUEE CENTS. nrTnTTP n TT Tl MAFHo H , U U J u PLEA OF SEMMES THE PIRATE. Fnll Copy or II Ih I.Ur to fhn President II (Jlnlinn Parole Vulir J Jotia-Mu'iHarrcKlor-H tr.Mtw,li to Arena Ilia Cane, KnltR-ntm the Presl- ma t-oluts of Jlllunry Bad Civil I.HW, Our Washington despatches, a few days since, (mentioned tho recrption by Pr.-tident Johnsou ol a manifesto or protest ueabist the Imprison roeut or trial of liaphai'l rJo;niiie3. The com plete document i now belore. us, and we give it entire. It is in Seinmes' owl baud writing, and is rot up with great care. Whf.t jver ts intrinsic auc ma? tin, it, is worth nnfr on record, ai a patt of the history of tho Into Rebellion. lid. to His Excellency Andrew Johnson, Presi dent ol tbe Umtcd 8Utes. Su: lielng sat'islied that you are anxious to arrive at a correct deci sion of iny case one tbat shall accord, at the fame time, with tho honor anil iliirnity ot t...

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. — 2 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 18GG. t Continued from the Firrt Page. answer every witness thfU mskm an MlejcMlou tiRRlnet It, bul to produce her rlinrter every time, and we have no until to question it; bnt the Penn sylvania Company ha no men prerogative. Mow, It Is understood that the rights of tin S'nte Are to be decldfd hen, In a controversy with this company 1 represent. If the State will hrlns; on a tilt, wboare ibe proper parties to represent herl (Jertalnly only tho authorized to do so. Now, In this Instance, I understand, and you have seen It so stated In the bills before you, that the Onrernor of Pennsylvania, or the St rretary ol the Slate, or the Attorney General, or some o'her of the high mightinesses about Hnrriebnre, has taken It Into his head that we have done something or may do something; In consequence of which we have for felted our charter to the Stale. I do not know the grounds upon which that ullcgntlon Is based. 1 cannot know t...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 February 1866

3 MiuniLius rKus.):iAii ite .is. U. R. Lasto lias been tit cted May r u( A!c!. -ondiia, La., lor the prcs'int unr. W. P. Lowry, Into Confederate) Gcnciitl, in now a Ruptist preacher in Mississippi. General Beauretrard is busy with the Now Orleon, Jackson, ntul Great Noilheru Ruilroad, ol which ho is SupcriuteiidoiiL. General D. II. Hill, lito C. S. A., U a dole (rate to the Presbyterian General ABtmby, now in tcs-ion at Macon, Gu. Colonel Robert II. Crockett ha become the commercial nnd river reporter ot the Memphis Avalanche. Forty-one etipci tntwndonis of th Freedmen's Bureau nave been ttjipoint-jil in Kentucky by General b'ltk. ' Marcus Comer wns robVmd on the highway, near Columbus, Ga., by a nepro. His hore, eaddlc, biidle, und twenty dollars in money were taken. The racrament of hnptisra wan conrerrcd upon Major General H. I . t lieathiiin, by Kinliop Cuintsrd, at Chiist Church, Nashvillf, on Tues day nk'ht. The salary of General Joseph E. Johnston, na President, of the Na'ioi...

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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. — 2 February 1866

(Evening Mctjtnpli Ts pvbHtlal errry afcrnoon (Sundays excepted) at No. 108 Ihml tired, rr'ec, Three Cents ' I'er Copy (Double Shrrt), or Eighteen tents Per Wvel, fai'ihk to Hit Carrier, and m illed to Subscriberr cnit of the city at Nine Dollars Per At.t.vm ; One Dollar and Fifty Ofia for 'two Afonths, invariably in adea-ve for the period ordered. To insure the insertion of Advertisements in all of our Editions, they must be forwards! to Of.r office not later than 1(1 d'e'ock each Mornmn. FRIDAY, FKUnUAIty 2, lxrtG. How and Whoa will Davis b3 HjojsIU to Tilnlf Wn ATKVF.n may be the sentiments of the Government In regard to the tilal of Jekfr son Davis, tho popular leoling runs strong in favor of his Immadiatn citation before a military tribunal, In order that from its mouth the greatest felon of the ago may receive tbo punishment duo to his crimes. A desire to give bim every leeal chance, to remove him from that pressure which would iuevit i bly be brought to bear should he appear ...

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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. — 2 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 18GG. 5 THE SUNDAY QUESTION. The Pnbbath Lnw, Moral and Perpotnal. Jo the Editor oj tht ventnf 1 cle.rtraph . In the close of our flxth paper, for want ot room, we scarcely did Justice to our camo, in answering the objection ftlrt ;lie sacred rest, because of in being ignored in Ibe h'story until Binai, Wo bare seen that this is not trim in fact On tho contrary, there aro Just such no. Iocs as lnl lit reasonably be expected in a ois'ory so v ry brief, and extending oyer a penod of twunty-five centutlei. Wo noticed the publio worship o' Adam's family) the seven days of Jioahj tho severs ot the ctoin bons's; and the restoration ot tho law soon after the exodus from Kpypt, in the Wild, rnoss of Sin, a month boforo Israel came to Simii. Wo just touched upon tlio tact that other laws and institutions aro unnoticed in that brief biHtorv. Lft ns expound tins lat Idoa a litllo It in argued by the opponents of the Lord's D.iy, 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. — 2 February 1866

THE NEW YORK PHESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. COMFII.KD EVERY DAT FCR EVENING TKLEXIRAPn. Spftin. From the Tribune. The latest accounts from !:pn:n, which ore to January 17, leave but little doubt that (General Prim had not met with that tmpport on which he relied for ihc success of his entci prlao. Still, the rostotutton ol tranquillity was not yet so complete as the official despatches of the Govt" rn ment day by day announced. Even at the date of our latest advices (January 17), a Madrid telegram announces that "some armed men had appeared in the vicinity of Kpus, in Catalonia," and that "the movements of the troops In that province ccntinne." It is announced that the Prime JlinlaUT has instructed the (ienerals who are pursuing Prim not to capture the latter, but to drive him into Portugal. The report, which scorns to ba well lounded, pave rise to the Btranpest rumors. The Queen as said to be In sympathy with Prim, and...

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. — 2 February 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 18GG. UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT. The following cases have been argued belore the United States Supreme Court, Chief Justice Chase presiding: XvMlon of Mi Bovenne Laws The Hatr A Mnfetnrer. The United States vs. One Hundred and Twenty- fve Basket Cnampane. Marked "V. V.,n and Eive Hundred do., MarKea "A. v.." ana One Olfier Cane. These were cases of alleged viola tion ot tbe revenue laws, argued tosrotfior, in volving upwards of one thousand baskets of champagne. On tuo 20th of April, 18fi4. the Collector of the port ot San Francisco seized the property in question at that port, on land, as being forte, ted to the United Statos for a violation or an attempt to evado the revenue laws by undervaluation. Tbe statute provides that merchandise in tended for any port of the United States, Irom any foreign country, by the manufacturer, must be invoiced, if eubfect to ad valorem duty, at its actual value at the time and place wb...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 February 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1866. AMUMGMbNTs. Walnut Fiukpt TnicATftis Mr C urge's ptv fornmnoo in My JYeighbor's Wiftn wn,l ktinvti as one of tho most ainuiuu ami nmta.'U'Ui 01 hi roles. Mr. Fa ve tt was also ioil a. ri.a U " playin' with less burlosqao and mr than uiu.il. Tho gioat want at this tneit.ro 11 in Ilia lid poruon of this company. Mrs Chesior in good on v m imaJl parts. - Site has grown slovenly ami ciroio.w in her dross. Mrs.' Breisford i uttorlv out or pluoiia young 'and beautiful wilo, 01 whom bar huband in Jealous. There is not a sma.e attinotivo womin at thts taeatre. Mr. Clarko gtivo u his fluo nrtnuo and wonderful r.kefehof "Newinau ;.;,' n tcir foot transfer from tuepatre of D.ok 'in. Mr. clnre bu tlio secret of showing tit tho Innor nature of tho character he repie on as woil a t.i jurfuee. ' Through oil the pro.eriquo comicality of hii main-tip and manner, tlico was sumMtlnnst Mi it; harrowed tho loolins, that revealed fho ...

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