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   New York Herald (Newspaper) - April 15, 1865, New York, New York                                WHOLE I rt v NEW APRIL ASSESS X NATION OP PRESIDENT TbePresident Shot at the Theatre Last SECKETABY SEWAED DAGGERED W HIS BUT Cftrenoe and Frederick Sew ard Badto Huirt ESCAPE OF THE ASSASSM Intense Incitement in Scene at the Deathbed of Wtlkes tk the Alleged f of ihe nearly iiry lapsed befo gird iu of Cabinet Rome I am oonld ascertained in oen ho iHocenwt it u tuoet affbcling U rounded by bis Cabinet of wnoift wtiod lo out Lincoln tt Fotdi I informed by Surgeon OefiOral of ifie American I Prustdeot coo Id toi onUl lo the socood Her At tho cloao of ibej ptrgnn uowrtd tbo boi ucxopird by ibo Proal ttm e6oi Mr Lincoln lo the Tho on ib0 Q too Tif MEasBin iben jumped froui ibo box open tbo stage I and mo oihei oxblbiung a ln w frtlli uid niiy eorlotialy natural it ImmedUWlJ at Ouwu J i a ctiMr tear bis wopl Ute Senator Snmnnt was eeatad oo tbo dents near tho holdlmj fit in bis Be tild bead oovcd down klmon on Two oCuKJt tt Tlm Promdeni IB still bat tbcro is no naproVp roeai in nis THE PRESS DESPATCHES his ooonshing il in a ehouting iho H bod pn wbiob the Ptosiocnt lying wtno vordB miiexued by tbe denporado at Mr odaiag ui Tho Soutli la ana thon j wcapod from ibc Dack unlrmaco to lbe but to Oropped hie pistol and bis bau Mr Lincoln roll forward from hm and Un1 cuin fainted fbo Btoment tbe oadieaee could wliM had tboFrcaldeni wno taken and I oppaattal to Cin Uoaical aidwas tmmedlaialy wnt I too woncd wtu at Oral aoppaeod to bo md it H oEDooocert ibat be oonld not live tml at halfpoeto repkc be le still tbougb in a precarious I ran across the Colonel who wes occopylug one of tbe front in He on tbe same elde of ihe bouoo oil ttie box occapiod by Ur crpnng to the stage uidi folloiycd but ho wns obalrncted in bis fflssago ocrossl J in Ihq BKno ibo of me ysiiJtiat Kit inm injunoaof ibo oct ilv oof ihpus if islitier of ibo t0ib Ihe Inrwl eutnon and oibct promloonl inquire into Mid thuro biwO of K J latiiwwim lou yt ihfl frecidenu A Ttiey tbfji u nouao where bo if coiirm Inutumi niiiiuiy uO eoHoiludiv 4o numiimr nmtwrco In root of ihu IVodl iuni wop itlfti Alaltonvd nnvinf ovulciiUy vuppueing would bo flio atiirn iity a of wild esclie lij noigoi njtprrsfiloo uT liOt lu BuwtaUy reiuuied 6BOOW if wtiote metropolitan police Tlio rreeidoDt 13 not nigh u Ho was ahot at a Secretary Soward wa were uy UTe Ihroogf NO THE REBELS DA7IS AT DANVILLE PRICE to bclil A in the but BV no motive tbn crictny cao hRvo In Owuoyuij us no thoclty and inle giivcranienl at Rirhrjiood under fed Hia Latest Appeal to His De luded e Thinks tfte FaU of Richmond a Bfcsslug Q as lie RcbfS Armies Free to Move from Point Co Detallt of Unonln i H staso dy the fright of the and reached tliojjj ovonlng fords for tbo pnrpooa of wit backdoor iroo seconds after tbo assassin bad I pisjod ColotffilSlewart got lo Llio Street Just In to sco him mount Jilonorso aud riflo ThIB operation ahowo tnra ibo wfeolo thing yrnsB prol The poreon who lirort tho pistol wasal man about thirty uf abcul flvo feat spare fair dork apparently wllh at Laura Kocno and the leader of UiO orj dimirti declare the recognized WUkea for u Tbf both and At Peeretftrv Sow took piece about ibo name oclock orwmuoottod to ansaaslnatoI Sono evidences of tbr guilv al tbo He Vainly Promisee to Hold Virginia at 411 Lee and AAiay Supposed to bo vbo mneUcil the President JUti In tbr possvwlon of I tlio police vc Prcmdfni m to the and OH bead by iroopa aud the Restof Davis Cabinet Jtcach Danville ncssuig fho psffortnaijae of tbo Arnerloain U was armoanciw In tbo papers that General Jraqt would also be present but tout gentleman took tbe law of earn for few Jewoy Tno theatre waa densely and ifl delighted eoene before During I third ant while ihero was temporary patwe forj I one of the actors to sharp report of WMH which merely attracted out teiilrul lint BillHSriat laxcltcuicnt Over theHealth I Tho Orean Governor Care AdviscS 11m Sitlimisslon of R curls to President Lincolns i Arm Supponrit o In a Jnfo PotU Fom lUloigh April 1 Tble In ititi tlrnn fot rumor tnanufnriurrvii ulio Inn Smmimri Ihy Imvo II ilMi lo ibo 1aldc Cooks la Rclcttcii AH Ihn bisrfr of We arnoamrcd ihrti nucbaiturmoni lixno Diiodutiua Hint no inJuc die II lhAt our founbi cln gnly by oturwliolmnij nuia Wn ntn Irom which wp not ibui titct urnv J in MM moiviiimn fr ifirfdrd uiuA lA Vil and nu ibu of unit fully llio iruporuiuce of dllut uni of nuiulnM oriliDto who g ve up th9 In Wo rohloiloriry tlilo Uisro la ol m iicrtal inppiie to H 13 wltb Ibo ilify noourocr luno Uicit Itcbrl he at Booth tho and a acccgslonlst Whoever ho nothing uul ft man w tterronl of U ft Ion8 dagger mid exclaiming Sit ttmptr tyrannitl I opposite that bo thoroughly andcwood all Uio and mndea of lo tbi A person familiar with tbo tbcatrr could not made blfl enQape eo veH and Tbo alarm was aoondod lo ovory Stan All ioe otbor members of ino Cabinet oueaped attack seoI om in all Rod ots to all Ibo tod II u thought ifcny be iltuai bdlpaat wo oclock this flvoniag woii mail made bin tppcaranco at Pcnroury BewarclBJ uid tppllcd for He was mfuEOdW course there an abrupt wrmluallou ol ihe I mrlcal toward Urn Preeldenia orica wore book and gUe bm Uoo any ono eUuiulAnts On a hasty examination It wac found that the i vTsnalytlB of progress In nnt of bill pasBod thoPoimi u law 1J llio Oovcrnor ilun not vti I may bo foriKhtKlowed In tHo vito KOIII Inj tho Dry Dock and Ultcry lonlth wbichtwo dajK Flnco wa nttvia Jjiiftt IVUWIMA TO us man nv TUB In tbo ilkn rf Cotnmlsslonor of of IhB ftooj Ibo towof tbo llic of nli Ing a The Bcrcume of Lncoln Bret the tort wl nodlonco ihat ibe PrendCDl been when al j i present Ui rushing towards ibo j many oirltlmlnp Bang him Bang him Tho ajriicmeat WOE of ibo wib by be 66 van tlM i Im bud a froro ibo burgeon tad Ixi wnti nrdurad to deliver li lo Bo waastUl cscopt apon ibo wrtuen ordor of lUe Tbis be pretended to and puehod by thr oorvunij l nithud up stairs la B3 tnctH iiOIJl mj peen elioi UirougU the tOiovo and buck ihe drxr by Fred who ootlQed him thail ho u tnnstvr of ibe and voultl tali o GUMIP or iho I Of FIOIAf UKtemporal thai sonic of ibo brtuo Apnl New ataboul al Fords ibe while Billing in Ina privato tcx with Mr Krsllatna and Major was shol by u wbo aodrtouly ebwroU b6i and approached kebtad the Tbe ibtin leaped upon tbe brandUblng a largo dagger or and madthis In Ibo roar if Ibe ball entered tho back of tho Preeldetifs iVsad and penetrated neoily throuuh ibo Tbo wound to Tba President bus been insensible ever olnco It was in and IB now About tbo somo hour an wbeibcr Iho eamo or entered Bewardp and loncoof having a proscrlpliouwua Bhown lo tho Socrc tarye Elck Tbo Immcdlaicly rushed to tbe bed and icOlciod two or three Blabs on ihe thrum two on the U to hoped tbe wounds may no tbo mortal My up prehension la that will prove Tho nurEO alnrmod Frederick who was in adjoining and he hastened to the door of lw fathers when bo met tho wuu upon him one or moro dangerous Tbo recovery Beward IB It 13 not probable that iho President will livo tbauiglil Prosscl1 crowded In ttKs It vow uappoucd stflrst that Howard was killed i but u wub found aficrumda ibat Iho wound not t Major 11 In olid 10 Hi fence ol hie and in iiib tlie but not i The froai iho hcu and lor cscMipo by baiing a borso at tbo Do niounicd and sung Uio motto of tbe Staio of Sic Semper nil I and rode EurgcwiGenera Unrnca was Immediately gent andl bo iViwirrt andproiurunrtd Mm Hlfl nida were out latid Tbo jugular vein was not I noi the wouul m bn ost deep enough lo bo file Conorul Grant and wife were adverttKd lo bo nt thcl Ihealro this but be started to Burlington ai six April Tho streets ID tlio vicinity of Fouls Theatre ftro dcnoolyj I crowded by anoDxiiiiii and oxcitcd A guard lias1 I beca placed IKTOKP Tinib street and F E and only official fnonda of tho PrcEl j dent aro allotvtd 10 pii Thtt popular IIOAK tho docpcst Indignation In freely The scene at ibc vtbcro llio IrosUonl in u very Bvon Secretaiy Stuiloa la nTecled Co tcaf When iho rnrcai tho city Jhat the IrcBl dent had the facesacu com wticro there was the mrormatloo In regard to M a Cabinet which General Grant was tbe subject oClhe slate of Uio country unaYtbo pros Beat of a epeudy wure Tbd Prusiaentj was very cheerful and and npoko very kindly of Oeneral Leo tad of ibo of the Htabllvhmont of govorumect in AH tbv mctnbtra cf tbe Cabinet except How ID atitaijanoe apon Uie President I bavo UCID hut be and Frederick woroj tMth BDWIM Socrlory of THE HERALD April bus bean inaugurated In slightest chance cf the After iho PrtsiJoui was caught the ossswin Uj ib wbo Imiuedlatoly Gtruck bun Mid juuipwl from tHo as before The popular affrctlon for Mr Lincoln has been shown by Ihlu illabolicil which will bring eternal not ouly upon bul ojKin tbo hellish j eanse which ibby deslro to Vtco PracldcDt Johcfou arrived at Ihe Whlvp wbcro Uio Irtaldont tini te maiu with him to the LIST Tbp Prcsldcatefamiljun nttocdauce him Aa goon to liiielllijanci cu iM got to Ibo War Depart ibo ulcctric itiignr1 0 corps were put in u prcronl the escape of amj ijie WiShlngton are under Popular report points to relebrated actor kBOWD M the asEaprin but it Tho former was shot hne 01 Fords theatre tonlgbt of I il M that the piriOD cut ebon the while In his Ulai hlsl ts n recovery i Clarence F 18 W April as about ica oclock this evening to tbf and Secretary Thol PrealJdit ial Cords Itcault nol yoti M and ton voonlll Tlicro IE imoneo at iho April jtin wasihroTn an Inlense excitement al Tlie President Jew eleven ociwi IhW by iboB iue ho ibe aud Secrelary ibat be win bad beco Tttft widest OiritoiniDi nrevailid In all parts of tho wficji old oofi rosburtH aru alsom ibi 1 iriu riuiKrj UBlil Tho latijt advices vrrUir mere deoperiteuerk tuna Jl Howards wounds arc botlo In connection iihbis roccbi loss of blood ho bsdly A hole party era M fi mo re la not wairrcmoxea to o private bouse opposite to ftii 5neral of U i 16 foil On an exiunltualon or llio privatenoji bloM tew ris j covorod on tbo baoft of vtio cuollrnod rocking choir OD nhlch the Prcsldeni had also on tho ii tlou and on ibj A common single banflcd i ilulu found on the carpot A guurtl plaioit fronl of iho resilience a ulucb the Irctldoni An Immiinso crowd was In front of all deeply is to loorn iho condition of tbo Ii bud in previously announced thut tho wound was toi all bcpod Tbo ebock to tbo commuuiiy KU Ai mlnuigbi tlio with Ileusrs end Judge Governor Giutral ilu Colonel and a fen poreoual Surgeon Ocnera Beruouaud vifra around Tho Prceidcnl in a etata of totally item anJ brcaihing The blood oozud frotu itw wound a hu buck of blH 1 The iirgtons possible uffort of aitill but ull Lope was The ol family nub fjio dying Prasldeot U tco sad lor Tbu PrcFtdou und Lincolndid not man for tbe until Uficcn nimulcs aftur elgbt Speaker Col fax vvaa at the Wbllo HOUHC at iho and tho Pre to him was Uncorn bad not been vreilj because be bad aoceunced that General Grniil and they were lo bo 01 Gcuural Grant had gone he did not with tbo aud oatO to bo Ho went nith appnrini and urged Col fax to go with but thai gcmlemuubad made uhci aUU of bid Mm When the excitement at tbe Ihvatro was aflta wiiaui jht reports were circulated that Secretary Bewirl buil aleo been On reaching this gentlemans recldenco a crowd end tBilfUry guard were found at the and CD entcrm t win ascertained that the wore biui J on triih Everybody tuerr was so cuclttd tkat scar1 na toald be But UK facia are tili u About a man tlitv ivingbecn answered by ilJ in como from Bscroiary Bcwards with ai ihe ssfno time hciiing r liand a piece of folded and ii swor to a Ibai be muul ihe woe enlrueted with paiilouuiT directions He etll Infijslod on going dtbough taformed tbat no ono could foier tbu clwrDiicr man puahod Ibo servant and hjuMily vrarda tbo Sorrvlaryt and uua tlien met Ly Frodcnck of whom bo demanded 10 i1t1 ihe ropresoniailon wbieb I did 10 the iervanL What funbcr In tho way of Colloquy I i known but ihe rnau trunk him on the bead ecvercly injuring the etull and felling LJia Tbe aaixsjiiD then rtitbnd into the chamber and iu Major Paymaster Dulled Htatcn Arm Mr a meEScnjor of the and two mule Bo ilioti upon Uie who in bed In Ihe same and indlcled ihrue stubu lu bul II lx lhaugbl aud ag wiaii though he bled npiifiU down icoaaKd dlsrojruraerl in iho itrlfo ir cucuro tdw xvhlch liua his pel Uoiiro unJ for many All Ihcuo oinirnMito a political It vould tind to Thh pxcltiiiicm the day lisa boon the MV tbfit excitiiniMit B boon M livohorcnt to br jiiljtil U kill oT liio bill rciiowcrt dny nn early It laa been icul for ul a ffictonl iinl en tlifl for V ttolmn win to cull It up fjr ft final iv linio ullor llio reading ol tlie by Itn oppiinciiiii rMi tactics ucnium tlio missuroivtro led by in jibilllljB tbo dtimornxts iWlBd Ihrir iiblesl in thjn llf la fiott tlm and upon lliul llio pluvious pic vote of ciitsl tho of lha bill worn Iii and Ot panic won crcntod among ttiiin euicosllQii to from Henry who was ob Uio that tils vole djdtwn tarry tlte nnV anotbrt Kre toovcd to vote was being token a few more repnb91 iniif xvprv moJon carried by oau of I Ht on tbi MkliiHt nacnea of r took nil incmtitm gotlinred ID a crowd Injure the Jisk In tlm shout1 anil throAIinlOit ciiuh other and Onimcmbur Imm NVw York not opon a iiii trwi of u for oftrrod n UJOUUKHI und unJutiil llio man to bit elivk bin two Pets btuidslull 3wnhrkA Others ctamomd In anilthii mv rinulilrd tlio osniMm ul tlio riiiiu IM In tbo uitiM of ul beard ibo i of hiimlfl arid the triumph inuiutlonaiif ilir tlm tbe ihn vlcliml dcuiiariH nl to Ills rullntju j Tills HCrnn difpoftpd only ui bo for tho ovcuing Wood renewed upnn ibi bill in UMIIK II V n iluiil wlillo lie dtminl rlendt wiuKlii to jiosipone Hile f WIXK iiud altiniuiil in kill I1KI1 ufUr rxijtod and tooul lUooiclcriy I A Mnnl vote m forccil upon thu fncndii ol i1 o bill at a lato tinur votrd Jiir ill biH and flriyono it Slriy livevitiis lninir nciMmry tn l of NCA who liud uiudc Himself obnoxliiui by tin1 vohimcucy of hi 11 to lo be in volved iu pniciAdliititiofoyo llio r nvnlonllT rum any cnfli 1hh for Uio bill on iho Hour uf thu nruri undtTAUind lo br in the uf tlio niidor klid of IJoolo K tn the lobby in Mayur of bie opponi nts ycnijday to on thu of the It IB llio republican utrrljHt oit by ilic Tlio Kiro CrjiiiinMiouorb encounicrod a decided copattu n cMicutlve Tbo diccai of llio llcdlth hill wudipu lliolr iho Amvuilily had idjOuroid ID iho aiiaordlriary tuaauorof tUn flut niunvi wiro at Senitor tiad Iho chief raovinu the coa Tlnn on monon of EcnAtfrr Aiidrrrvfn on iho ground of ho procilctrfimikd IQ AAnuruhly la who anFcd lhai tbo rronjd two The brick to tlifc Thn wtinuiitlon tif Knuln li olIVO the defeat Of ho by u rcaoluilim coutlnuliig tho Btiiaui invcpttgitiriJti to irit lurtnu tho Hurnnier mid uxamlrio Wh Olhcr Iho frpling htro is thin Uoolo aa an and the iliing bo oxide 01 on ail TheuciloTi detcrminio on m ctfocoa yeattrday In re gard lo Draper and iue Hoard of via deskod By riSolHilbn Is coupled with of Rufus Andrmtn aa candldatii foV Uniiod StaMs District Attorney M New yorr an a eatlBfarJtory riirjUoitatloii of Thurlow Tliw pflgsagpflf Control Railroad Fore bill was con1 April ISK Tio Cbluf found II IK lo otneolfl of his troops nn to mwiover tho cartiul mild lm uuwlso lo llio tuorul and m frtim j s tl is cqonlly iiuwlso and umvorlhv w our own onerglos lo anil our ID bwcomo under Imwovor calamltoistiiiy For runny nionlhn Inrgcit Jtnat nmti ul nudor coiiiiimnd of a loader whoso ijotico equal roHfklouco In Iho troops and tlm pic has bwin greatly inimnielled hy tho nocosslty keiii Ihi constaut tho und bus llnif been forced forego more than one i unity for It Is fur my counity to iJimv by our boaiinR under rovcrsoK wretched born ilif of thoao who IHinvod ui 10 niMrorturjC foriliut limn to encounter w ilb We now entcreit new pliaae of RalluTpd from tho of guarding jiarticuU our army will Jtf la move print ta f strike Iho eiirthy fitr from his ii I ru t will it and an tnlnwitcd by Umi lu spirit and fortnudc wlileb never yol 1 Rijooanco lo Ifllow that llvte my purpose your my aoul oorinpt rur ancient renoirrt baj tirm rcHpsiH tif Mi itlll nhow hnnni boon lo he innui tliwk of tills ivur ivliirf sunn render bur illurtrlousln nil Umo to Ibo help of ilia people and hy Jio of irtaJi tie held and nud no lio ini ni i with iho lafraiuuu limwkrs of Iier irnlliry f slrww wonlnjiild vr P llcil to n temporary ivllhdrawsl from her or tinifo of other border end u HO unill tlm balllod and oilmuntoil ahan rtiju in despair liia oinllcs und iiigt of making Hlavcs of a people resolved to Lot mil my coumrymeh inion nifet llio foo with fneh Had wllh unaouquuniblo from tho April 1 An who loll RubtiUtid ai nine oclwu nn Uon flny morning infiinnii lin hoi ill Uie tinm tn Kift tin ity In flames riMtu fary iri Tlio Mhucknii Harelioiicn aou olUer cturcputd of wore Thu tilio luu IOco flrid No ninli or vliilrrue of keif kind bad occurred op Ui period lie no Umuitio reports of in Simrtny niRlit Tho onomyi cmuliy rlly Uie trnin moved off thai hoi cnnio nni in Tbe story of llm is nilreiy iiiTnneous This olllior lilies tbe fluhtlniT oufliiurdny M Mr tnyoiid descrlpilon Tbe vnmy column r column ou nur nijiplnn our 11 on ibo Tiles cauv dniti KlRht Ilius Aliertd and broken ny of mr Inn the fiinin tirnke OVK mil llkn a whlrlnlnd lie ibi ol ireonemy wns Our wn Cndsineil mnuily in piitionfnukin ny All wo tniiurcd wcm hiiviag broii prepared nwnrdlny lo UictlcJ lui 1IOUKQivBt Goocrnl P Ultf killed Ooiierul nol u No fur hi iirl On Iliindny HtienAifl allackcd Kilt Lee end Ailviitrtu lies I oil Ircini tint Unlflgli Ajirll i wninii lo fall loin very i I iniierlmm rvml to coino nnrlortlie of On tlio bnlnnyeulor j oiv Hint paper avallril of i Hi ol pjlriinit n finiiiiii ol our own livi boon y He puliiliii liwieiM iiver liio r und ftfte it lonior to oliiim ihnl Hiev the nivnln It Muds to llin o UlU Fruui xbal wo conHircbouil 11 rrutuii ui jtrujtaMun mwl upon trrmt hi we rncoHXi inni dlsilnctly pr un by wbow loyally i Tho ConttnUve Is uotif The of the Ilrhtl I THE ItllST itCOUNT OF HOW T1IK CITV From llio Danville Va April J Perform who left tbo capital tikM nrl Monday inorniug rcprcoeat that iho vcciie wbicb luliowvd the evacuation of tho city by our ttoiipH To prveervo order nnd prmociiho properly of KOIU unuvuldubly remained Inr could bo Nineteenth Virginia under Coloqel KIW placod ou ppllco duty In to await tlio coming of tbo euetuy bul aocouma titaiuibat they fulled to raudur nny uld or proteutiiii to Uie people On Sunday nlrjlit a inoh of lower of the it is mixnly of iho foroiunclrmont vlallod a number of iho LuKeit atore uinwea of Uu clly JVJ robbed tliclr It 13 Main Etrcot waii and of wwro cqmtoftlotl to llio Wo bavo no deotit tliat a portion of ihat bravo oily IIHH hceu In and a number of lu peopls robbed and How painful lip Ilniln ilit tbe place should bo givun over to mplno anl oven before tho publlo enemy entered Us Hut ilie fact only proves Ibai tho people of Klclicioiul baVe liad socrot eno in their owu ruiilst tctroly eavage and oven moro trpaoheronu and ylnrtlctlvn tho Wo urn told that tho peoplo tmndod ingclhrr during and wllh thn limit of Beven per com a Btreol flgbt lu wuich sevoral porno1 The IncTcuoofbalf a com per mile far ihiee UI were only HtPOETANT FEOM SOUTH No inlelllgenuo baa reached uf of tbe ttvmjt troopn oecnpylng ibo The liwt nn OanvlUe road came out of ho lift pafieengera upon thrm bail hiknl cnUilug from tlm The grcaier portiun of wan trana forrcd 10 Klilo t fdiaa Hurrendcr of ftlonttirldeo to Bfaall tn Potacaiilon of the Trie Brnzlllan moil arrived at LUboo April bunging I only thu of CiTml U oomposod the followitig r If f ou tho llonlcvldeo lua surreuojprcd tb Oenaral B north ills comiuuti1 tl oxxujpy mo Xbe brazUiaas oon March 11 occupy the B our ponjde ihe JUo MarcJ B cbaracfir of General Opt IIOVP lawn lo that bid iroaimini of ihe of I muni will noi lm iMumauaji vvhieti hli cluieiw cuiut1 other rii1 f the ho inr i of goxl nrstn at Cotiou Marb 2fl a 27 The ns of tlio j m iLdednliow of ftbout tls aud u lialf imllioua it comjjurni wlib the period law SAN 1H85 The Pafilflc mall JUJnrusMp FaeraiuulttM tailed to lib alorjje number of or Nuw cmi r In of nearly nnhlp Moses Taylor ailloa fur San Juari do Tlvo market coniiriuis variable and unu oerB pursue u conwouous Irtteu of Euuli aru elowly eblp FIJIDJ for New Orlvuns April Vto April Orleans uro nt a uiand bUIL Low omw U juouxl al 42ti per aul float M HHier bttrioi w ferj Inlo thecliy ufiy le IVkiJ ir KfOi All tlm roMini k iu riiniiini A ltd l enemy uem lii nTii llin ltd l pMlmbly nt a Vutikso and jird ou Hie rotniHl from i uoiuble nn tnptored by tho of uuiiilHl ber olliccib of aud will tbi city ou Suu i A ct rtfnninod to force tliis condition upon ibo M a of tlifti the Nurtb will an Ini Is lhl bill Mirreiidcrt Not oliy ni to Hi ihi1 the li years bun boon of a position which It ono of which Iho North could Wo lime mil HHIU In this cotilrovcrjy BO bcJ and uncon ditional nju HI trillion of tbe Norilieriilnvaeioiij If fomefci lului iimnnelKent with suid to Uc uiiind mi which IB an absurdity In anything llko and ihe NonU only rCEliilfl micb claim oud riifusrd Eiicli llioii we rrt In Ibn wroug WlU tbo Yitukco Is tiuil iho writer ol ibo article to wliloh wo arc jejilylng does well when bo Oeurnl it to al At ly a wtit lo wAicA emmy will w Ni to meet dim en till own on tlio only wry to opuu liio When wu vilmi lila own ground upoa tlio may nadlly uiidiTiiaiid II Is propped w Uli ovn tueomirecl llio vt llifoe wihmiSEHu iu liiv llon of llio liuiicd the liiymg down of our and acquiescence In c Tbw 16 tje ground on wiuuli tho aulli T of ilie rdliurlni dcslfS Oitieml Lee to meet lall have no liku iliut Governor Vuiun BUliporltlila Idfa lull II la veo1 unloruitintn tlint In 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