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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 13 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA,. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, .1860. THEORY OF MEDICATED INHALATION. DILS. HUNTER AND RAMSAY ON THB CURABILITY OF CONSUMPTION. As It is the aim of thos letters to remove popular errors in regard to pulmonary diseases, we will say a lew words on the curability qfcon gumption. It is not, we think, assuming too much to say that most persons entertain grave doubts on this subject, while many are to thoroughly convinced of the impossibility of curing this disease that they do not hesitate to characterize all medication having that object In view as "dishonest'' and "empirical." Tuber cles in the lungs are, in their opinion, equiva lent to the hand of death, ; and the delusion is so deeply rooted and inveterate that we can hardly hope common sense, plain fads, and unimpeacha ble testimony will prove sufficient to dispel it. Still, it will not do to lose faith in the whdom of the old Roman maxim, Magna est Veritas et pre valent. , Before we proceed to gi...

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. — 13 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGlUriL PHILADELPHIA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 18CG. c CY0J - NUMBER L, A IJFT FOR MENTAL PYHPErTICT, AND A CURE R HY-roUIIONDRlA, HY-rOt'RlHY, OR ANY COM1LAIKT OF A IIY ORDER. iy oun sKimcs edito:: ALMANAC AND 1)1 ART. ItllCBT MBTRE-IliOPJgAL OrtHETWATIONS IX) II THE WEAK Jnnnnry, isnff. HoihIa.V. Anniversary ol tho Ilattlo of New Oncans. The Veteran moot and pais their nauai resolutions that the dodhIoiib of the vVar ot JH12 shou'd bo increased. Helore the nwt lng di8eres they all tcel rich onouun to uiuko them contented till next Anniversary. Tncftdny, tt I ho Oldest Inhabitant expresses his opinion ahont fie wonther. Others i?ot the Adams Kxpross (Jomt.sny to do it lor them, a it was too cold lor much private expreinu out of doors. WJun tho 8uu was at its Zu-nitn JUcrcuiy was at its Ze-ro. Wednesday. IO. The Iowa Giantess publishes her murrlaee Alter a lona: weight (6R.'j pounds) a Germau printer concluded to take her, belli an advocate of "lot takes," and very...

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. — 13 January 1866

t THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH PHILADELPHIA,. SATURDAY, JANUARY 13, 18(50. flomu Thin sis, or Murtylng nniGtvint: In Marriage." IRCTUr.B BY MISS ANNA DICKINSON. A. lecture waa delivered on Tuesday evening In th lar-ic liall of the Cooper Institute, by Miss tfAnna E. Dickinson, on "Marrying and Giving in HarriRffC." There waa a large and appreciative 1tudionce, the room being nearly filled. Miss I Anna E. Dickinson, having been Introduced by 3lr. Theodore Tllton, spoke as lollows: It thero was ever a need of testimony, it is in regard to this matter of the training and the education of younir K;-rK look in e forward to what is popularly denominated a settlement in life. This expression has been so universally lined that it haa now become a byword, and people use It without seeinsr that it is an insult and outrage to women everywhere. Woman cannot be settled, fixed, and established until she can discover the man to whom she can tie iat and anchor. From the earliest time upwards, the wo...

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. — 13 January 1866

1 . 8 Academy or Mttmc. Lurrczi floryia was the oiKira Uitt i.icbt, nd, like all popular opens, operas well known, fllltd the bouse. From what we had eon of Slffnnra Carozzi Zuochl, we expectod her "Luorefia" to be a magnificent ponormanee. How tiTor high expectations had been raised, Sltfnora Carof7.1 tnrpased thorn all. Her majrniflccnt Toioo was admirably snlted to tbe score, the florid passa ros showed ns the exquisite smoothness of her ex ecution. She has a facility rare with one possessed of so lull and rich a yoIoo. Her rreat tragic talon rose to Its bin-host poir.t of exceilenco iu the front dramatie situation. The trio especially was most thrtllinp. Both as an actress and a singer .Siruom Xucchi is finest artist we have had. Younger than .azzaniira, with a finer voice, of prrator extent and excoolin? freshness, she has pofitivo (ronius, that is felt magnetically by the audience the mom nt she appears. AntonuccI, who is a cunsclent ous arlut, was scare ily satistao tory as 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. — 15 January 1866

rm Tf'tfTTTi ' TTTi "ttf TO TT1T TXT, fy FUN !l .N U n I?IIII,A.DBLl?I3:iA., MOJSTIDA.Y, JANUARY 15, 1866. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS. VOL. V-No. 13. ION. JOHN BELL, OF TENNESSEE. rln Tltw rpoa tu Mfrt the Cuaatr- n.lua Now Dear S'r: My health was not so fully restored I fluttered myself, when I saw jou in Novem ber end promised to reply to jour letter, re Itifstin' me to state the mibsiauce of my cod- eiMith n with you, on the subject of public flfulre and the condition of the relations between he Southern States and tin- North. I soon found hut I had undertaken a taste beyond my ttrinth; at leift, that I co ild not, comply with rour wish within the time promised. It was nly at intervals that I Could attempt, to conccn- ato my thoughts, so irritable Lad ray nervous ivetcm become somotiines short, and often re quiring the roposu of a whole day bjfore I could fresun.e the labors of composition. Vou may remember, that tho reluctance or aviiitiOJH which the people ot the (South had nuiii...

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. — 15 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 18CG. THE NEW YORK PRESS. Editorial Opinions of tbe Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. ' COMTILFD EVERY DAT POR EVENING TELEdRArn. Railways to the Pacific. from the Tribtms. 1 . .- Lieutenant-Colonel J. II. Simpon, of th'? En gineer Corp, htw made a report to tho Interior lepnrtment In nferonce to the Pacific Railroads '.low In process ot construction. In compliance with tlic act of Conzross of July 1, i8i;2, and the several amendatory acts thereol, six companies have accepted the provisions of the law, an-i have organized to build the roads and branches. Thp Union Pacific Company Is authorized to build a road from the 100th meridian to the west ern boundary of Nevada Territory, and also from the western boundary of Iowa to the 100th meri dian. W. U. Ogdcn, of the Illinois Central, is President of the Board ot Commissioners, and General John A. Dix ot tho road. The construction beiran at Omaha,...

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. — 15 January 1866

CIT Y IN TEL LI G ENUE., I For Additionul City InlcWycnce are F .... ,J'h,i J FiBFs Yesterday. At 4 o'clofr yestf r clay morning fire broke out in a three-stor trick, west fide of Hecnnd, below Monroe, owned by Wallace Llpplncott. The building Is occupied as a cigar etore by Isaac Havs, tobucconist, and by Mrs. O. D. Eon as a trimming store. She and her family reside in the back building. Her hus band is In the marine corps at the Navy Yard. The Are originated in a pile of Navy Yard chips stored in Mr. Eons' cellar, burned through the floor above, and wag burning out a closet when the water was turned upon it. Mrs. Bom nearly suffocated in the tecond-storj rooms. The loss is not much to cither party. About a quarter pant 2 P.. SI., yesterday, Odd Fellows' Hall, on Sixth Street-, below Race, made a singular escape from destruction by lire. ' The lower part of the building is occupied as stores. No. 146 N. Sixth street, corner of Haines, is occupied by Mr. William Curtis, Grand .Secre...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 January 1866

J$ published trrry ofUrvoon (ttundoyt exerted) at No. 108 & Ihird street. Trice, Tiree Vents Ter Copy (Double Wert), or Eighteen Cents rer Wtselt, payable, to Vie Currier, and mailed to' Subscriber ovt of (he city at Nine Dollars Per Ant.um ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents .tor Two Months, invariably m adoa-ve for Hie period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Adterthemrnts in a'l of our Editions, Vicy must be forwanled to our office not later Vian 10 o'clock each Morninq. WOND4Y, JANUARY 15, 1800. Cpr Criminal Court -Prompt Justica Administered. The proceedings in the Court of Oyer and Tctmincr on Saturday last were of very great .mportance. Three culprits were charged with taking the lives of four of their fellow creatures. It Is a rare circumstance In the criminal annals of Philadelphia thatmore than one homicide case is disposed of iu a single day. Ihp principal offender on Saturday was young female, whose life is a learf ul com mentary upon the text that " the ways of the trans...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 January 1866

THE' DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 18GG. FOUNDERING OF THE imiTISII PACKET SHIP GRATITUDE. The FMMgerftftal i!rw nMend by turn Itarqti FrtulosilA. Terrible HntTortag Born KttHonttJ i iuir i'it r tVHtr ad Two BlKcnlm (ha Wail Allowance Qf Eneti for Nearly Two Wwki The British barque Fredonia arrival at Boston yesterday morning, from Fayal, having on board two hundred and Bovouty-thrce of the paBcn gers, and thirty-three of the crew of the packet Bhip Gratitude, which vessel was abandoned at sea on the 3d instant, in a sinking condition. The Qralilude, commanded 1y , Captain Mo Btockcr, left Liverpool, bound for Jew York, on the 19th of last November, with a lare comple. merit of passengers and a valuable cargo of assorted merchandise. She had a very tempos tuous passage almost from, the time Bbo left Liverpool until after Christmas, and it Is sup posed that the ship was badly strained during the heavy weather she encouqtered. On the 1st lust, while in lat...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. miLADELPIIIA, MONDAY, JANUARY 15, 18GC. Am ArlaloetAtle Wedding; Pornnlt f HMrlmony Undr IMillcnllle A Bridal TrnmiMi Prince Add Itlnrsl Hoynl Irnol A King' Home and Himh Burned to leih Student' Kwft Bral Krhofleld rrano and in United Statsi Extraets from the Fren. Parib, December 22. The erand wodding of tne ITinccss Anna Murat with tho Duke do Mouchy came oir, according to programme, on Monday laot in the private chapel of the Tuile nc. If the secret nmtory of this marriage could be known, I do not think the day was a joyous one tor the parties most concerned. There were a Bcrics of roost vexatious circumstances which must have greatly dialed and tretted the Em peror and Empress, as well as the bride and bridegroom. In the first place, the Klnjr and Queen of Por tugal, who were ptavinp on a visit to tho Etmie ror in the Pavilion Marsan of the Tuileries while the ceremony was poirtg on. did not think tit to grace cither the chapel or the wediling breakf...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 January 1866

THE PACIFIC RAILROAD. pott of IJntnnat-ColOBl Nlmpima Secretary f, the Interior Pr grcM f she IVwrk. The annual report ot Lieutenant Colonel J. II. 'impon(JTJrjited Stales Corp of Engineers, ad Ireseed 'to (Secretary llarlan, frlvee Interest luff ".formation concerning the condition and dtoi recta of the Pacific Ra11ronl. Six comnanlos pave accepted the provisions ot the laws of j vnf?rosa: relating to the 1'acitlc Railroad, as 110 we: TUB COMPANIES. 1 The Union Pacific Authorized to build tho bad from the one hundredth meridian to tiie cstern boundary ot Nevada Territory. ' A nul 'qnent section allows it to build a line from the etern boundary of Iowa to the one hundredth icridian. The Central Pacific Authorized to build the had lrom San Francisco, or navigable water of llic Sacramento, to the -western boundary of Ne- nda, connecting at that point wltn the Union aciflc. In case either of these two reads reaches Aid boundary belOre the other, It may continue 3 line until they meet. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 15 January 1866

TWO SPECIES OF CRIMINALS. The Vagabonds, and "the Pretty Walter C Iris "-The Polio Re ports of This City and New York Contracted-Operations of our Vagrant Detectives The Haunts of Crime. dancing to have upon our table at the eame tiara the annnal reports of the Philadelphia and New York .Police Department, wo are Induced to Institute a comparison, for the purpose of showing the extent of vagrancy and actual rime In the two metropolises. The result will be found to be highly favorable to the credit of our city, comparatively speaking. Speaking positively, there is considerable room yet for Improvement in our morals and character, as the facta about to be recorded in brief will show. There are two kinds of criminals, who consti tute distinct species of themselves, and a consi dcrailon of whose character will give us as full an insight as necessary into the inciplcncy of criminal life. The first class are the professional vagabonds, vho, for the most part, are males, as dissipated as 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. — 16 January 1866

n j Tvi TFT" 1 -i JJ LLo VOL. V.No. 14. IIIILA-DELIPIIIA., TUESDAY, JA.1STUA.HY 10, 1866. DOUBLE SHEETTHREE CENTS. FROM THE BIO GRANDE, JSwi o Ulnar for t'iibaterlnir Empedl. Isto Mexico-A Cump Rstbllned Near Hrownvllle-'l'l:t Mtate Clene nil Oounecietl wuii the Affair, Etc. Brownbvillb, Texas, December 23. The fol lowing is a copy of a poHtcr that adorns the cor ners of the public yjnces ol this city: Fifty dollars a mouth in gold and all expenses paid, clothing, etc., iurniKhcd to all who will accompany me as an escort to Monterey. liUBtncitS ot liunoitance calls me to na? i through a country tilled with roving bunds of y rumn i", nu.i ivi mj jui nvju ill rnu'tj 1 Itlcu LU engine un e-cori. Adurrfsor call, on Colonel Arthur F. Reed, Brownsville, Texas. t)nv reading this would at first think Col. Heed to be Bouoe wealthy gentleman travelling on "important biiHinosa," and desirous to be 'well guarded fmaiii?t the kindnesses of the many rowing band" ol soldiurs that lnicst that count...

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. — 16 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 1G, 18GG. THE NEW YORK PRE33. Editorial Opinions of the Leading Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. OOMFILID KTKRT PAT FOB JVBHINQ TSLKOBAPH. The Amended Hill for the Protection of . , the freed Jfcgroes. IYm the Timet. The bill to enlarge the Freed men's Htirpau, as utneruled by the Judleiitry Committee, has been presented by Mr. Trumbull to the Senate, r It providos for-the continuance of the Utlreatt, and extension to all parts of the United States Where .fteedraon , may . be. For this purpose, thero are to be twelve ireedmen's districts, with an Assistant Comtmsploncf over each, with sub distrioU and the necessary clerks. The Presl-, dent is authorized to place the whole, ii he . deems it best, under officers from the army, and to give all employe? of the Bureau military pro tection. For destitute retugoca and nceroes, the Secretary of War is authorized to Issue pro visions, fuel, and clothing. ' The i...

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. — 16 January 1866

.O.IT,y IK TEJjLIG en.ce. Ter A&d'dicnal City InMlifrcvce 8e F !' 2' g. f , A Fibst-clabs Snow Stobm. Hail coro tDencpd to fall crtIv last evcninrr. but soon enow flake cam down thick, and Mist. .. By ten o'clock inc wmie rannue oi winter was neHriy iour inches deep. The merry (incTinfc of Bleipn-bolls made tome of the streets quire musical. The 'never told weather of Sunday night and duriug tee early part of yesterday prepared the founda tion for a first-class sleialiing miu. The snow, however, has spoiled the sport of the skater. nd the parks w ill be deserted lor some days. If e couli! have a covered park In this city, such, i us they have in Montreal and nil other Cana dian cities, H would pay handsomely. Owing to the heavy enow-storm of last evenine the - various . trains on the different lines of railroads running1 If om this city were unable to leave on their rrpnlnr schedule time. The 11-10 I t i.Atn n-n 41..-, .PnTlTl B V 1 VO Tl t Q lPoil,rQ,l t ! ,t j j 4 jll, Ifaiu V...

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. — 16 January 1866

Ji published txery afternoon (Sunday excepted) ; at No. 108 S. Ihird street. Prce, Tliree Cent Ter Copy (Double Sheet), or Eighteen Cento Fer s Week, payable to the Carrier, and mailed to FnJtrrtlrn out ofGiecifyal Nine Dollars Per Annum ; One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of A&zertiscnvnts in all of our Editions, Utey must he forwarded to our office not later titan 10 o'ctocfc each Mornintf. TUESDAY, JANUARY 1G, 1800. Tbe Intent Acrobatic Attitude oi Hon. John Hell. It was a favorite similo of Ossian to repre sent the spirit of tbe Scottish forefathers re clining on the bosom of the wind, and howl ing forth the tale of ilieir wrongs for the special edification of posterity. It would fcceq that the force of this Imagery has stirred the lion. John Bell, ol Tennessee, and that jealous of the monopoly heretofote exorcised by the primeval bards, he enters into a tour nament with them to see which can comp...

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. — 16 January 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 1G, 1866. 5 AMIJSKMKNT. ARCH BTnarr TnaATRB Fortunio anl Hit Seven Uiftr.i Serrnnts u rodared twit cvenlna;. Every burlesque, like aveiy don, has IU day. When that day is rone tjr, neither one nor the other bat any value, "ortunio Ii entirely behind the are. Sine It wu first produced the sta?o ha made (treat Trofre in mechanism, in docorstiom, in see mo effbcU. A ;bnrioiie roust bar wit; Fortunio hat Bone. It muot bare al nslons to the topiosofthe day; Fortunio haa none. Jt muit have some kind ' torn Fortunio ban none, it i a pity, wa think, that 10 much esprnee In costumes and scenery ahoula be lavished on so unworthr a subject. IITbere It not a good part In the piece. Mr. Drew't, the principal one, dlspaysall bcr accomplishment, Versatility, aud trace but the dialogue It essentially lame, and tbe a bole pine, to speak the opinion of the audience, It tedioni. Tbe minstrel scone hat a pretty ballad by Mr. Irtw, with chorus,...

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. — 16 January 1866

'"Th faArUf-tati'sipavtens. : ( """tnitiR ""f'THAiwij ' jtcif'tunrnFM or" "kibtthf' I jnMttm;' otf i atti 19 )7BT.rir-ir"ui Exitn-r-VwB''PiiiHKrB tat r sfiTtD- fttA-ras, rrfl. . fhr Monffaf InpTtheriTifM-Aniik M5nt wM - fnturiff. -nil ttrv pomp ami- -corerriony, to 'J ihr Due Monoby. The clono connection ol the fertile with ,tho Imperial Court find larrlily, the w, b'U rfink and linoasro of the bridegroom, the j-, magnificence of the marriage dowry jfiven by the Kmperor hminelt, the peculiar Interest which the . ' ' -wedding yens suppO:-eU to excite at the Tuilcrio, t and the- beauty t the Indy, famous Tor her fair- aens in a court wjhcTO fair women abound, all con ' trlbuted to make the nuptial ceremony a nine , day' yvondor in Paris, liut to the great worM lying outbide that city which Frenchmen regard ' , the centre ot civilization the one habitable, ' tipot on the habitable globe the marriapre will be' ,r' noteworthy chlotly tor ita strange historic interest.' The story of the i...

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. — 16 January 1866

v- THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY; JANUARY 16, 18GG. V RcIIgloas Intelligence. , FOREIGN.... Italy. In a population of twetnty -two millions, there are'seventeen millions who cannot reaJ or writ-fy 'H'1 8imlay Schools are dointr a good, irofkj among the peoplr, and It Is mentioned as, a most 'encouraging tact that during the last f ear. 27,000 copies) of tne Scripture were sold In UUy, inoUy ill the northern and central pro- TUICCS'. ' - i i ' I ' I I' I . Africa. A diocesan organization la al)ont to be established in Africa, in accordance with a canon of the late General Convention of the Episcopal Church in the United Slates. , T The three missionarlf a at the Gaboon have been there from eeventecn to twenty-tour jean. There are now forty-seven members In the church, who are as much elevated in principle and morals above' the heathen a are church members in the United States. The lnduouce of the Itmior traffic is sadly demoralizing, and pmallpox has diminished t...

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. — 16 January 1866

8 tm -i ii m 1 1 itn"t i hi A QUEIt LETTER. Jf. Wilh ntxttte atedlvlvn. The Norfolk Post of 8tturday coDtaiutj tbe tol lowing iinptilar letter :- MokhiaB CnT, Jaimarr 6, Editor Nor folk Jtt 81r: 1 have lust arrived In this place from , where I saw and talked with Jona WUkf 8 Booth, tht aupposcd aiwanto of yonr late ITeeitfcnU That he would be alive alter what bad cenrred at jour Capital, mar icem strange, tntitw true pevcrthwlcfcs . .... I saw Mm and B. Harrin, who left with him not four weeks ago, and learaad from bin an the hardehlrB that he underwent In leaving this joniitrv. He ay that no one who has the least reard"lr troth will ay that he was In Jord'i Theatre on the night ot the Hthof April last, and wonders why no one preae nt on that ora ion did not preteud to recognize the man that hot Lincoln until they were told that H wm him by Iory Keen, his hitter enemy. lie did not, however, to me deny r admit that he had done the oecd; but stated that no one could truthfully say, of...

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