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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 30 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1866. HATTERS OYER THE RIVER. A Luxu A lull seems to hare taken place In retorenoe to the proposed ehanree in the uovern mnnt incumbents in Camden, the matter harm one m fat I' can until Congress ra Ifles the ap potntnarnu.of the new nominees The (treat aim and vbjeot eerma to bare bf ti remorai ot tf r. l'ortr, oiera vnoer nr. rnar. v, iHrui neruuuo uimuwr. i toy James M. Heovei. in eontequenoe of a personal I amnke the rraon'-iapie iiimn uie iess dm enter tained for lome tim. Kr r. ttharpe refuses to ie move blm and the t robabl itt 1 that the enaie will not eonflrro a successor to Mr bbarpe, na well as the Postmaster heie, it n verv evident aome time will elapse before Mr. Boovel can carry out o the letter the terms ot bn bargain and aale with the CopDnr lirada at Washington. A unVicrof promlnont jren tlenen belona-inar to tbe Duion party bare rone to M asbinirton, where the entire animu ot Soovel will be explaimd, and ...

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. — 30 April 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, .MONDAY, APRIL,. 30, 1866. LETTER FROM JOHN MITCHEL. Anal rla iil Prnl War Probribl Wooden tm l'rrte tlerltn of the n tion lrki AlvrllMinnt Now Work ol (jfone Hnnn Iir. V.ravn-III Mo intlm Mbarp Anecdote) or M. Tofersj. Pa rib, April TO, 1R66 Austria and Prussia will tbey Deli l or nut 1 hit is the que ion that seriously occupies the ihou. Inn ol European statesmen aud net a little disgu-ts tlin Bourse. Up to the oreseut moment nothlnc appear lrorn which ono woulu be iustiiltd in piedieting a peaceful soution of the difficulty. Xh very last desj.a clt re ceived at l'aria fiom Vienna, bring n this tntell'geiicoi "In view ot the fact ofllciaity an boudo d bt the Prussian Atvntlrur, ol th mobili ration of the Prussian ui my. Austria cannot do lhervue than dec aro that oho cannot continue the negotnM-ons until I'm as a hall have countermanded that mobilization. Lit Prtstt. (Austria) announce that the reply ot Austria to t ho lust note ol Prussi...

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. — 30 April 1866

THE DAILY , EVENING .TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, APRIL 30, 1866; .. 'i'L-.i.' ....... r i ASSASSINATION OF MR. LINCOLN. Letter from Man tfw Knowt AU About It Who Stood Within Ten ieet of the i'renulent when he trai KiUed Three fereone in Loutiiama who Anow AU About lllhe Attended Amatnn King gome of Hit Antecedent Uti Object in Impli cating llimtelf Alleged f uiitf cA Story. Thd New Orleans lme of April 1, says: "Tho lollowinir Is Riven lot wb at it is worth. We have no Knowledge of the writer, and hence cannot vouch for the accuracy of his statements or intimations, but give the letter as It was written! " Montgomery, A)., April 18, 186(1. I bavs soon lately an aocuunt taken from one of the Loaisville papers (the Democrat, 1 dunk), of ono sterling KiuKi who pretends to bo the man who silled Abra ham Llnouln It h but right that every one shou'd know who this man KtD is, and Judge him accord ingly. Ho was en ployed by tb United States Ciovernment as a dotective, or speoial agent,...

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. — 30 April 1866

0 CITY I NTELLI'GK NC!E For Additional City Intelligence tee Ihird 1'age. Poldikrs' Families. To the Editor of The venir Telegraph Permit me to acknowledge the receipt 01 the loilowlDg eontnbutioni to make p dobeH-noy of "City l'ator," referred to in report t cotbmlttee several works aero : ' from W. II. H., 6 K. vr., 3; Anonvmnns, liar. riiburr (special), BO; a Irlend, Baltimore, 5 J i. S., BeiriOere, N. J., 10; T. B., Thlladoiplua (sent to City Pastor's house) t5. 1 hose of onr cttirens who eont.rlbnted to the aid of soldiers' families through City Pastor, will see that there is yet untiaia otit f?3C0, which should at once fee made t p. During less than three months of Inst win tor he bey ired by his appeals, cash tood, coal and clo'lilng. to the an ount of about 060,100. l'liis has relieved hundreds of soldiers families, and thousands of in diTlduals connect' d with these families. '1 bis entire work was done bv ii'msolf and wife pratul onsly. his troasurv Is overdrawn yot more 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. — 1 May 1866

e w f m H VOL. V.-No. 104. 3?HIIL,A.IDEIL,1?IIIA., TXJ35SDA.Y, MAY 1, 1866. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. ri THIRD EDITION FURTHER FROM EUROPE. TOTJS DAYS' LATER NEWS. HEAD CENTRE STEPHENS FEASTED IN PARIS. THE AlSTRO-GEKMAN DIFFICULTY RUMORS OF A PACIFIC SETTLEMENT. MUTUAL IMS All HI AMEN T PROPOSED DY PRUSSIA. AltRIVAli OF MU. l'EABODY. FINANCIAL AND C3MMIRCIAL NEWS. Ele., Kto.. T.tc. Etc., ., Et., Etc. New York, May 1. The frolia arrived this morning, with Qii'ecnstown advices of April 11. Tbe steamer Oily of Washington had been out three weeks, and uotlune having been hoard ot her, heavy premiums are demanded on her. In the House ol Commons the debate was con tinued on the Retarm bill, but a division was not likely lo ocsur lor several days. II end t'enire 8 cphens lias been feasted by the Marquis de L'oissy, in Tans. Mr. Peaboiiy is a passenger on the Snolia. He was warmly cheered o.i einbaik'mg at Liverpool. Up totne niii'U of the 2()th or Apr'.I a belief in the paciuc a ju-t:.n,n...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 May 1866

2 - THE HEW YORK PBESS. EDITORIAL-OFINIONB OF- LEADING JOURNALS UPON CURRENT TOPICS. OOMMLKD kTIBY DAT On IVBKINO TELKORAPH. Courage Wnntod. From the Trilmne. , No one wbo knows aoythln? ot the interior. workings of Congress can doubt that a lirae ma lorltj of botb tIoueB are nt heart anxious to Mtabllhh universal mifTrairo. The oVcMvo vots by which each House ha iillirraud tho principle in leglplatlnR Jor the Dlsinct of Columbia; the oren declarations in its favor of many members, from whom opposition was naturally to hive been expected; the itnorn, though unavowod ' acntimcnta of otbo:s, and, above all, the alynifl cant fact that Spnat' rs who have ben regai.li'd m ppcolul Irloiid-. ot the President's policy have lull It ntwf earj to propone equal suUrane tn some lorm as a measure ol compromise,' make it perfectly clear that the judgment ot Coneress is decided in 'avoroi the measure. The testimony ot it-, if ii nds and its tnmi.-f concurs upon tbt? , point. Jt lt ilie burden ot tl...

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 May 1866

Vr CITY INTELLIGENCE , IFcrdUiticnal, Local Jirmi tee Eighty 'uyfj . M KITING OF TDE GUARDIANS. He regular ttaleri meeting ot this body w.i held yesterday attertioon, at the Seventh street roon.e. Mr. Erety presided. Hereafter the msions of tbe Hoard will be held at the Alma hoose during tJie inniier months. , Ttio nous Agent, it ported the i ollQing census of the house,' etc., lot the 5 tlf endmj? Saturday, Apill 28tb, tf-66-. Number in thp house at 12 o'clock Mi 3012; same time lust year, 1180; In crease, 48.-- The spent reporteri , hoae re ceipt n. 36sfl; support case, 841. The report of the Board of Visit, re for Apnl was submitted. The total expenditures erp $125531. The resignation ol Dr. Shew, re-lilent phvl. Ian at the Almshouse, was received, accepted, and Dr. Jenlci elected in bis stead. The resigna tion ot Dr. Eetuill, tho apothecary, was also accepted. Tbe committee appointed to consider the pro priety of introducing microscopic examina tions at the Hospital reported aff...

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 May 1866
Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 May 1866

THE FENIANS Downfall of "Head Centre" O'Ma-hony-Tne "Head Centre" Ar rested and Deposed by Fe-nlans-Furyofthe Fenian Victims-Throats of Deceived Irishmen Against Klnian Excltement Among the Fenians. The O'Maliony babble has burst at last. Tho proas lunula pcipetrafd upuu the ma8os of the Fenian l.rotJtterhi od tor tho lust lour monrhs in the name t patriotism, have at lust come to ft close. Ever siuce ttio 8th ot Docembor. when theBeua'e, h Ml;d bv Colonel ItoberU, loittlio orcran aUon locu'ed at Uniou Snuaro, tho O'Mahon tarty linv been weakeniiijr eradu. ally and Imperceptibly, and it was only by the moht dcfpeiute lahciioo i? and the most profuse expenditure of the nonevs taken fron the wocket of tho honest iniMnbors ot toe Brother nood lor the oi-tens ble purpose of HbmaMnir Ireland, that the Uuion Square Potablishnr.ent has oxioicd and reee.ved lite lrom the heart's blood ot the organization. TUB KILLtAN FIASCO. The expedition of Lleutcnauf-General Killlan and bin hunt 01 nialo...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 May 1866

c THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MAY 1, 18GG. Weadell l'hillTfS on UicIIanRliifrol Green. A IITTIR TO GOV BULLOCK OP MASSACHUSETTS. To A'exniidcr II. lSullork, (joveruor of ,Mnjsa chu"ittt Fmard W. Urcen Is dtac! hanprd by your hand In d lnii.ce to ui.niukiii i.ubho oomion. His oxu cnuou 1 the n obi rt ua, ki.M in my day aud the lt JumiUaDlo. For it you are responsible. In van., uer lianric euutcniil a responsibility trom Which ttio fciijftmm 'OUipo ot boveruor Andrea, jour prdioicHor, bad in suli suce, shie de l you la vain do tin ancmpt to hide vonrsclt behind IoaI tichL'cali ir tnd tuo nnttiorlt ot conns. t'hnG'on atitmion o( alassachiisetui l avee wiih tlio Governor aid I onucil tlio final decision whether anmnsbdll lauanaed. Whenever moro law wou.d woik mjus. tne, yi u are cliurirort tiIIi tne duty ot seeing that tubnu.ntiat juittco is done. Intl.etoiin wn:ch ih g cat e finally took, we, the . eitiaeLS, havu iiothiua to do wi b couita. IboUov eiLor ai o Cou...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 May 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, L MAY 1 186G. THE DETROIT FIRE. Th Detroit jnilnanbee Depot la Balnn A ktttmrr Burned ihe YVata'e F.ii ( A ppo' 1 i b Low of 1I f A Vtol rMrM Trm le(rojel Inirnensi Lh of Piertj Origin of lb rite, Kie. .From M Detroit Free Trot, jipril 27. Tbe rIsiid was nrt given about 10 o'clock, by tlie btavv wliihtlc ol a 6 it a ai boat tounuinj; tlrnl Arc I tire! wbich was innicdinielj Tallowed by tbe bills ol the c ty, and tbe lurid fl.iroe, at the pame time, Kbootliie h is b into tbo air, lighted tbo utrrcla lor squares aiouca, and bruueht the tcBiiiciu to tbe aiiot. The streets In the vicinity were meantime tiling ud with druse crowds ol' people, attracted b tbo magnitude ol the con flac ration. iliipe, liirbl flumes, ibrkinjr and brnnehiuft out In all directions, shot upward, wrapping tbe tuirrounelinii buildings in their lerriule em brace, then roiling and roaring like some gigantic Cjclouean lorue, lrom wblcb a deiwe volume of ftmokc rol...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 1 May 1866

TMWOKiM) OF FASHION Paris, Berlin, and London Modes for Summer-Bonnets, Cloaks, Dresses, Patelots, Jack ets, and Shawls -Hair Dressings Jewelry, Etc. n;M m ' U Foilel," "Ver Xazaar," and "The Queen." KtTcr has npnn,r opened wltb mor variety ln hit-h ouj. All those which delitihtei us dur mg last eprlne: and uatumn ;e-m Tli'lng with new ones lor supremacy. To bo dresg ;d Uhia ibe itvie ol the yenr paer, and b i oui of 'asliion, is quite lnipoBBibie. The newest fashionable freaks are more in the line ol Tiinm ni? and funeral tiuUhmg olf taao of positive shape or color. For bonnets the prevailing and favor;te stylos eetu to be the Kaucnou, Buip re, and Pamela, nd up to ibe prereut wees it is Impossible to say which wdl be tiiKen lmo popular favor. The Kauchon is not recisely siiuiiur 'o those wora lust year, us the new lorms under that name are much smaller tn evpry respect tnan their predecosi ors. When they were tir't introduce 1 there was an . attempt, made at crowns, nothing substa...

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 May 1866

TEES lEYJENJDTO Kin jir t Ji JJjjiLdl VOL. V.-No. 1C5. 3?IIIHiA.DELI?PIEA., WED1STESD.A.Y, MAY 2, 1866. DOUBLE SIIEETTIIIIEE CENTS. XIIE CHOLERA Deprived of Its Horrors by Purifying and Enriching the Blood. ifo if is rns time i o use a pre vestive. There Is None Equal to Helmbold's Highly Concentrated Fluid Extract barsaparilla. THE CriOLKBA Is defective vllallratlon ol the blovd, and when the blood iueih its LIFE GIVING POWEB, It csuf.s relaxation nt the contiao'lle power ol the bloi d ttm ft 01 the l oy and Uie intestines open their vynau p'm a tuie t run ei mo ainurnti.ous orucsn Dial Ing natcrlal l asses on irom tlie bowels PVHh AM) 1, KALI I. Y BluODiKhSIHlB DISEASE A lid while iLercmsy I e r.o occasion lor alarm, those oi impure eitta aie n.osi nuuie io suucr. I1I1II Hi, 11 HUH Ilhlt win tlllll mill mm IlllH mm mimiuuiimiii huh unit mm mm mm mid ii h i mm uiiii liui IN HIK fri:lKt MONTHS the system naturally ardriM"" clmne, end H I LJI ISOLD'S HIGHLY CONt 1 N'lliA'll 1 I XlK.U...

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

TEE HEW YORK PRESS. FJUOEUL OPINIONS OF LhADlSO JOURNALS UPON LURRKST TOPICS. oariLiD evbut dat fob vkhihq tklfobaph. " . . . .... , . 1 Germany JVom the Tribune. There to, uniDintakably, a marked change In the situation in Germany. The Prussian Govern ment ha chanaed its warlike lanRuaae; it has become less threatening and defiant, and, in lis last diplomat c notes, speRk more of the preser vation of peace than of the probability of war. Of course, the world Interprets this as a defeat of Bismaik, who, It is said, has already deemed It most expedient to offer his relgnai.1on. The opposition to the Prussian project of ae praudizcmeut had, ol late, assumed formidable dimension. None ot the minor C'overnnionts eeem to have defined their position as regards the conflict to the satislactljn of Prussia, and one ot the latest reports says that Bavaria, Haxouv, Wurcembi re, Baden, and H?sio-Darin-mailt would an, in case of war, be on the side of Austria. A still greater imresmon has been m...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 May 1866

C 1 T Y IN TELLIO ENUE lcr Additional Local juma tee Eig'tih Page. An Intebestinq Ceremony. A tablet f polished white tnarblo, about throe loet in wiuth. and seven in height, was yes terday et Into the wail in the vestibule ol I'lne Street Clinrch. It u to commemorate tho youn? men who went from that church to sustain tho cause ot their country against reoelnon, and who tell In maintaining that rrgn eous cause. It has in a panel at the top tho word "Martyrs," onciro od by a ciown ot thorns, bo ow 'he words "From 1'ine fcitrcol Church " a sword anil shackles Then follow in carved letters the names, wn.li the date and place ot death, respectively, ol those who full in dotense Ol tho nation. Yesterday artornoon, at 4 o'olock, coromonlos ap propriate to tne ocoasiou took place l'raycr was olTrred by hoy. lit Kobtilns. Lr. Braiuerd tnen said tliiu he hoped that the duty ol doiDf? hi nor to onr nonlo ai-al, begun in aii Ik churcu to-oay, wouid be f jI owed by eyory church In the land Ho k...

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. — 2 May 1866

It pubMKed. every afternoon (Sunday eicepte at No. 108 8. Ihtrd street. Price, Three Cent Per Cory Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cents Ter WW, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to tktbtcrilers out of tlie city at Nine DoUart Per Aut.wn : One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the perwd ordered. WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 1860. The Bombardment Jl Valparaiso. Thb news ol the destruction, by a Spanish fleet, of the city of Valparaiso, together with public and private property to the value, as estimated, of twenty millions of dollars, Is likely to produce a great deal of indignant feeling in this country. In the first place, Spain had no just caune of war with Chill. Her quarrel was with Fcru, respecting the Chlnrba Islands, which she designed to selzs like a pirate, because they were likely to prove profitable, and (Spain thouzht she had the power to appropriate them to bcr own use and benefit regardless of ail questions of right. Tois attempted robbery Peru nata.nl'...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 May 1866

f Continued from the First Pane. ble, the b ue rinrg fnn tup mouth of the run rlln op and lironertir r their mmetrv lor miiT minutes. a a inrler past ten the JHanca ceased fl-tox, Grouped baca Btrin oftliel Pito de Atmtnd, and re man ed ailent lor some lime, Ti n nvnutee after the Misoirtcum unpen, ed her fire on the depot, and tnovrd up noar tho AumfinWn, the other two rosso i oontiLuisg the ton UromTt. IFFBCT CW TH dHOTB. From the b'nlT iioar the pa aco. whore the Lna tlon had fatten rolune at the re.'icJonoe or Lewis Oil naus, Lq. we comd over ook ire who e action and Joe the shot stride in tho bul dings jmt bolow us. J hose ol the Vencnlom crashed through the Kx cbaiiio. driving brick and piauk out into the plnza, and then struck the palaco, knocking the mortar in II dictions. Manv ol her she! a pawed ttuouin row if hot sea exnlod na several squares fromine public buildings and finally setting tliom on Ore I he M7a dr lladrtd divided her afteLtion oetwoon the tUBii m Uousc, Fhic...

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 May 1866

G THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, MAY 2, 18GG. SPECIAL PARIS AND CONTINENTAL CORRESPONDENCE. To Editor of the Evening Telegraph: i- Fauis, April 13, 1903. Tlinrslar, (ho 12th of Aim, will ever remain rrwmorab'e in the nniia's o( the., Hourae. I'ublio securities, Fro 11 eh and foreian (oil toatcrrib'y loir bb, and one would almont have thought that we had returned to the timi; of the commencemuut of the Criniran war t . . , . ; lhe following reports woro boln;r clronlatod: TluMiahad Jat titrnod an 0(1 iiHive and deleunivi treaty with liaiy j war would shortly be proolalmod between An-tna and Prut'la; a furkiah army to tho mount of sixty thousand uien wi msrohin on tin Uanublau l'ilnc)alitii'S. So much for torolirn affair. As rorrards homo affair, it wan affirmed that a freneral bankruptcy was Imminent, and that two of the greatest stock-brokers of Fairs wore about to suspend; and, dually, that tho Credit Mnhilier and the Comptoir ii' Encompte wer in a most dlsatr...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 May 1866

SUBLIME SPECTACLE. A Colnmn of FlrOsj Thoassmd r Ita IlelKbi, Bd m Hlver f flame Thirty Ave Lone A let of lava ol more stupendous proportion than any uver conceived ol In ascribed by Mr. oan, in the Honolulu Enrnd, of February, In his account ol ibe eruption ot Manua Loa, on the Island of Hawaii: The eruption commenced near the summit of ino mountain, and only tive or mx mile south east of the eruption ol 1843. For two day this summit crater sent don its burning Moods along the northwestern slope ol the mountain; then suddenly the valve closed; ami tho great furnace apparently ceased blast. After thirty six hours the fusiti was seen bursting out of the eastern side ot the mountain, about midway from tho top to tho bHse. It would seem that tho summit lva had found a subterranean tuunel, for hall way down tlie mountain, wben commit to a weak point, or meetintt with somo obstruction, it burst out vertically, Bending a column of Incandescent fusia 1000 tect into the air. This Ore let wa...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 2 May 1866

s UlTY INTELLIGENCE For Actional City lntrlligrnct see Ihird Fag: Tbk FnonsT Trial. The most excltinr? criminal tnai that lias evtr occurred In this oit his hist Joeedand the mlamoos wioicti who oimmittea the fctooay dwd is iolid j awaiting; his doom in the flairuido of hi cell. , , . Itiswoilhrot remark that this wholo trial has pmi conducted wiili mo e than ordinary solemnity. Jt was a common remark that ine brute was soaroely entitled to the forma ot inal, yet he was arraigned lu duo form. Iminciit counsel were appointed lor kls defense, so tl.at tve y aiivanlaKB of legal acumnn aid inlet tpence should guard his oaso I be Din tilut Attorney, evaiving the advantage of his coulee iun, trifd him uton an indio niout on whioh he was re'icei't. Tub was a bo. a attempt, and required Skill iirid judgmcn.. It is scarcely necessary to Int uit. to those who haye rend the proceedings, that Mr. llunu did I is dutt nobly Ic s also lair to say that All's is O Neill ai.d Wolbcrt pnrlormcd tnoir ...

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