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re's the hotel at which Morgan and his officers are spending their leisure. Yes, replied the General, and I sincerely hope he will make up his mind to board there during the balance of the war, for he is a great nuisance. When the train reached Xenia, it was detained by some accident more than an hour. Imagine his anxiety, as soldier after soldier would pass through the train, for fear that when the sentinel passed his round at two o'clock their absence might be discovered. The train was in Cincinnati at six o'clock. This was the hour at which they were turned out of their cells, and of course their escape would be then discovered. In a few moments after it would be known all over the country. The train, having been detained at Xenia, was running very rapidly to make up the time. It was already past six o'clock. The General said to Captain Hines: It's after six o'clock; if we go to the depot we are dead men. Now or never. They went to the rear and put on the brakes. Jump,