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Attempted Assassination of
M SECRETARY SEWARD
The clipper bark D
C. JWurray, Capt. Bennett,
i Monday afternnuti, and reports 10 diys
She brings San Francisco dated to the 20th ;
The Smymiote, hence, arrived at San Francisco
EV,.u-l-.u P t -:.... I
ik ii i i r i uii. inc i.u tin linn iiul n Mini. r
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:J Assassination or tlie President.
VmvfiTnv Anril 14 Pri.'onr r.ir,,,!.. ar. .1
SJ wife, with other friends, this evenii.T vUitl Fr.i-.P
m tneaire ir lae purpose 01 witnessing ine pertortn -
ild also be
ancc l iue Auici auu v,uumu. ii was
K iu the papers that General Grant would also be .i
ri rre-eut but hat treutlemaa took a late train of
virs lor New Jersey. The theatre was denselv
cmw,,! nn.l evervhndv eemed delight.. 1 with th
i.of.rc tho.n l.irin. ti. ftiir.l ,,,t a ... I
there was a temporary pause for one f the actors to H
enter, a sharp report of a pistol was heard, which
"merely attracted attention, but Buggested nothing
3 serious until a mau rushed to the front of the Pres- W
;j ileut's box, waving a long dagger in his right baud, p
h exclaiming, Sic semper tyrannis .'" and immeJi- U
, fK. . .y
j ately leaped from a box which
the .-croud &
The screams of Mrs. Lincoln first disclosed the R
ifact to the audience that the President had beeu
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slioi, t lien nil jiuaiui v iv li.Tii kci, iuiiiiih; fix
.j lowarua .ue atag, u..., rw ..Ug iiaug nnu ; rt
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The excitement was of the wildest possible descrio-
tion. Of course there was an abrupt intermi-sion ?5
of the theatrical performance, there Was a rush
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t tier to thc staco Leneath. ran across to t
ri c,l r.t thp utHtu- m:ikir.(? his ecre. amiil thu h.- i'j hy ad present.
r. nll.lcrniDiil t.f tli. nil linri frnrti thn roir r f Ikt Ml fll.nt parlor, W
h ti.tro nn.l in mi n i i. v a hur-p fl..:l Vi com, Mr. May,
r.i ki.v ... . .. u . .mw...... , - - .
of "s, I, , TbUk " Gihi" 'Hk a, v I W the remains to the White House, where the mili- g men is always frightfully startling : but when the
; ,V,lCK- iVt- h,H' tt'r- H" any 01,6 g tary guard excluded all but the persons of the house- H head of thirty millions of people is hurried into eter
- r ' . :..:. ..... r,.. , ...... H hold and the nersonal friends of the deceased. The H nity by the hand of a murderer that head a man bo
vyu a uu-jiv C3.aiinu.ii..i.'u u iuuuh iimi. 111c in
& President had beeu shot through the hea l above and fi
U back of the temporal bone, and that tsome of the t?,
B! brain waa oozing out. lie was removed to a private C
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house opposite the theatre. Uho
Surgeon General of "S
io sent for to utteud
mm. vii lite ciauiiujiiuii ui ii.v pinuis wi, uiuuu r;
i wa- discovered on the back of the cushioned rocking- 'd.
him. On the examiuaiion of the private box, blood
J o --
s wa. u.scoverea on iu r oi uc cuSU.oueu .oca., g-
i chair on which the President had been sitting; al.o x
M chair t
the ilwr; a comruon single- h
.as found on the carpet. ' M
placed in front of the pri- t,"j
on the partition, and on
fe barrelled pocket pistol was
A tniltt-trv tiiaril w:is ui
vate reidence to which the President had been con-
ore.) Aii imiru'tisp crowd w.n in front of it. all f-:
ti.iJL.A .ii to lPivrn the rendition ,f the PresMent. U
I" T ' - ,
alt hail been previously announced tha' the wound sr
1 w4 mortal, but all hoped otherwise. The shock to
community was terrible. At midnight the V
' j I lit
1 Cabinet. Me.-srs. Sumner, ikfey, Farnsworth, Ju.i-e
1 Uatts, uovernor wgieauy, ntnerai .ieigs, ..oioiiei jci
Hoy, aud a few personal friends, with Surgeon Gen- W
ieral Uarres and his immeliateasi.fant3, wer around
the bedside. lhe President was iu a state of tiueope; jfj U8eu 10 stow a mougnt upon any oi us conse
totally insensible, and breathing slowly. Uiood 1uenccs.
.u.tcA from ihe wound at the back of his head. M Xkw Youk. Anril 1C. Miss Harris, who was in
The Surgeon General exhausted every possible effort !ij
of medical skill, but all lic p.e was gone. The pat ting
of his family with the dying President was too sad K
f'jj fcr description. ji-j
i The President and Mrs. Lincoln did not start for
L- the theatre until fifteen minutes after 8 o'clock. fi
Speaker Colfax was at the W hite House at the time
the Presideut stated to him that he was going.
i though Mrs. Lincoln had not been we. 1, Because the
3 papers nun aunouuecu mat vjen. u.am was to ue .-3
4 r.rtiwnnt atwl ; a (iMnt. tn 7ik Afirfh. lll.l Tuit Wish 1
the nu lictice to l e di?appuuit-d. lie wtMit wit li
f j - - e - - - -
: apparent reluctances, and urged Colfax to go with i
tlhim; but that gentleman had made other engage- jfj
t3 meuts. ami wun .ir. .isinua.i, o( .uasacuusens, on ti
fi him good bye. hen ine excitement at 1 tie ineatrc f
R was at its w ildest height, reports were circulated that
' Secretary Seward had been :ssasinati J. On reach- '
pi ing this gentleman's residence, a crowd and military
U, guard were around its do-r. Ou entering it was
ascertained that the reports were based on truth, ti
Every tody there was so excited that tcarcely an in- p
r tell'tgible word cnuld be gathered. Jne tacts are p-,
pA substantially as follows : jj
.fVlteill Pieil ;lMIMliai.UI. Ill ..iriltllll) Hi
... . ;l
About 10 o'clock, a man rang the 1
bell having been answered by a c olored
nn 1 tlm
said he bad coioc from Dr
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le.ie, reerctary reward s r.
f.n.W. t ! v.ii'i in . IK nil a. irifii' ri nf i; in . :inil lit tl.p STi
tlrno IwlJin y in hi- hand a small niece of folded !l
paper, ar.a saying in aiisvu-r io iv iv.u.iu, niut ur
n.nci tlin Si'ir.!arr as be wns entrusted Willi
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particular directions concerning the medicine. e -
I...., t . 1 jr. n,,iti r ii.. nttflir.n.TK .-..noo t 1 1 irfi.rnu',1 H
that no cue could enter the chamber. lie pushed
the servant one eide, walked heavily towards the retary eward on tlie night ol his attempted assassi
Secietarv's room, was met thereby Mr. Fred. Seward, i nation, has related circumstantially the proceedings
of whom he deman ted to see the Secretary, makir.g K
the same representation which he did to
the servant. jM
uquy is not f
What further passed in the way of coil
known, bat the man struck him on the head with a
bead witn a fl
billy, severely injuring the skull, aud felling him
almost senseless. The assassin then rushed into the
chamoer and attacked .Mr. S ward, a p lymaster in fj
the L'nitcl S'ates Army, and Mr. Hunseil, a mess-en- p
1, a uiescn
11 ale nurses, C
the Secret a- fa
room, and il
eer cf the Mate .Department, and two ni
disabling them. He then rushed upon t
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ry, wijo was lying in uei in me same room, r.ni
inKicte i mree st aos in toe necK, tiut severing, u is p.
thought and hoped, no artery, though he bled pro- fcr
fusely. The ass.issin rushed down stairs, mounted
his horse and rode clT befvr an alarm could be
soundel, and in the Eame manner as the assasina-
tor of the President. It is believed the iniurie of
the Secretary are nt fatal, n.T those of the others,
although both the Secretary and Assistant ocretary
are very seriously injured.
Secretaries Stanton and Welles, and other promi
nent I'tfijers of the Go eminent called at Seward's
house to inouire into his condition, and there heard
of the assassination of the President. Tbey then
proceeded to the houo where he was lying. An
immense crowd was gathered in front of the Presi
dent's hou-e. A stroi;' guard was a!s stationed
thpre. rnanv reruns evidently sunnoMDir he would
be brought to his house. The city to-niht presents
j t - . rI cr. -
a scene of the wildest txcitemeut, acoomnaniel by
vioient expressions c f iudjgnatU.n and ihe profound-
est sorrow. Many she 1 tears. The military author-
itie. have douched mounted patrols "in every
Uirectu n, in oruer, is pjsiine, to arresi ine assas-
sins. The whole police are likewise vigilant for the
eiuie rurnose The attack-, both at the theatre
.. . ... ... ...
au l Seward'a l.oufre, tot k place at about the same
hour 10 o'clock thus showing a preconcerted plan
to assassinate those gentlemeu. Some evidence of
tho guilty pirty who attacked the President are in
possession of the lizard of Police.
Vice Presideut Jidinsten ia in the city. Ilia head-."J
nnartpra nrr fii-ir.ip,i r.v ir.iona.
Wap DminTMrvT Wi.snivrT.iv Arril if. bra-?
""- - - .
ham Lin'cln die i this morning at twenty-two min
utes after seven o'clock.
(S-gued,) K. M. Stanton.
Secretary of War.
Suspension of Hnsiness.
Nrw Yiii'K, Apr. I 13. Business is entirely "-u?-pende
1 ail over the country.
Washisgto:, April 15. The Provost? Marshal
General has issued a circular which sys it i? be
lieved that the assassins of the Pritideut and St-rie-
:! tury Stwird aie attempting to wc&pe to Canada, and
t a th -I
r ' .
ruuga txan.icaui,-! of ail p rsons attempting u
from the United States is vrdered.
ne assassin of the President left behind Liu: his
N hat and a spur. The hat has beeu iitt.nfre 1 as be-
1 1. nfiin.f f 1 . . . - -i B i. ha I mm .1 . - I in . .. ....... ...I.. .1
i . j k
dewriMncr it. Tho i-ntir w.i- .'rwrod tho
-j - - - - -
stto, ani that is also t ler-tiSeJ as one precureJ at
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stable whpr the simp man hired a Wse in the
w eTcning. lwo eentJeaaen who went to .secretary
Ls , . , . r " "
f.t ident Lincoln, met, neir bii residence. s man muf-
ut i in a ciouk, who, wnen accosica vj inem, narrieo
it naj fceen .Mr. btantcn's intention to accompany
Mr. Li n coin to the theatre, and occupy the same
box. but the rres of office huMness rrevente.1 him
It seems to have been the evident aim of the plot-
ters to paralyze the people by at once striking down
the heart and arm of the whole country. As soon
ei the heart and :
U as the dreadful
event3 were announced iu the streets.
Assistant Provost Marshal General,
au l his Assistants, were at work to discover the as-
a fassins, anu m a few moments the telegraph haJ
aroused the whole police force of the city, and. every
' precaution was taken to preserve order. All the
3 ft reels were patrolled by troops. The t-olice were Q
mounted, by order of General Kurger, and every j
S roal leadinsr from Washington was stronfflv ricketed. Kl
H Tlie steamboats about to depart down the L'otomac t
f 5 were stcrped. and the mournful news immediately
telegraphed to Baltimore The cavalry there were 'h
f.: imniediately put upon active duty, and every road f
p p c.-ieted. Other measures were taken for the arreet
ia of the assassins.
&4 Tlie Chronicle says it is suspected that the con
spiracy was organized in Maryland. An examina
Fj; tioa of witnesses, not under oath, was had before an
j informal tribunal this morning, which elicited the
Uooth. His hat was fuunJ anJ iJentifieJ by several
Fl ... -
?4 rerso"s m at oim wnhm the past two days
niuui Hi; uiucu aisu mtuuucu an out
-:r . . . . .
2 he ootaineJ at the etauie where he got his horse last
lj evening. This man had played several times at
)i or J 'a Theatre, and therefore was well acquainted N
Wil, 114 ani euirances.
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behind him a slouched hat and an old rusty revolver, H
ii chambers of which were broken from the barrel, h
-J ft" " "J7 striking. Ihe loads were drawn from the
i7 cnaiuuers, one ucing uui a ruugn piece oi leau, anu
IS the others, balls smaller than the chambers, and
)! wrapped in paper to prevent their falling out.
'"',e Evening Star eays the President breathed
n's ,ast at t'J''1 ,u3rn'tig, closing his eyes as if
fc,iDe e'eep, ana nis couuieuance assuming an ex-
rrfSsWn 01 Ver.-ect repote. mere were no inuica-
turns of pain. Uev. Dr. Uurley, ol the N. l. Ave-
I,ue Fresbyteriau Church, immediately on its being
w'18 eii''o-i, kuch uesiae ma oeu auu
oliered an impressive prayer, which was responded to
Dr. Gurley then proceeded to the
his Privnt- a-nroturv. ....,1 ntlra
- - j
rcre 111 waiting, wnere ne again ouereu up u prayer
lor consolation to me tan, uy P
ins i resilient s remains were removeu irom ine
. ... .
nnvate rt-suienco orvnosiie i-orii h i nparre to ine t.x.
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ll"' ..o-n.n, ui ume, iu n uriim-fw
wraj.peu iu ine .v.ne i ioau u,jc; eecunvu oy a ?uiau k
fc""1" ' "'""J- umtiai augui uu vmci mi.-
tarv oCicers. on foot, and a dense crowd, accomnati- k.
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oiy was to rj
ia'11 tj ll!'u
ceived from almost every city, and town and hamlet
in the North. The news of the murder of the Presi-
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ion of Secretary Seward has
ucul a"''.""-' assuiauuij
, .... , , , . -
,,cen. received with profound feelings of sorrow, and
' , " " . reVvades finVncial circle- but lor
l?t!.p.?".?b--""f.1 r. T'i
tl,c present the course of remark is confined to ex-1
Psjous of deep sorrow at the loss of one so vitally
identified with the nation's hopes at this period of
.Men uppeareu to sympatnize as uroiners t
over the loss of the head of our common family; all
aly; all s
fce'-,n, to realize how much, m spite
f party distinc-
n.in ij.i.ii. ......
I.!nn..ln. ItosInPss tranaantifitiM nr fta lifllp thntmht
" !'3 " " nouac.o.u. n f u.u m.u uw-
of as in a bereaved household. It were vain and un-
& fccotniug, at uns eariy nour oi ine nanou s gues, to
lu.c """l-'-:" !'" uou.uiu. tc ue wuui.j. .u t
.minUiJ are 100 proiouuuiy occupieu witn use event
the box with the President, makes the following
statement : Nearly an hour before the commission
of the deed, the assassin came to the door of the
box, looked in and took a survey of the position and
of its occupauts. It was supposed at the time that
it was either a mistake or the exercise of impertinent
The circumstance attracted no particular attention
ftt the tm upon entering the box again Major
jathburn rose aud asked the intruder his business.
He rushed past the Major without making a reply,
and plicing hi3 pistol close to the back of the Presi
dent's head, and actually in contact with it, fired,
an(j instautly sprung upon the cushioned balustrade
cf tie box, where he made a backward plunge with
his knife, aimed at tho fae or breast of Mr. Lincoln.
Major Uathburu spriugiug forward to protect the
fresident, receiveii a stau in the arm. ine mur
derer then jumped upon the stage and effected his
B egcap0. The rapidity with which the attack was
committed upon the President was astounding. Mrs.
Lincoln taw the form of a peison go down from th
box, and thought Mr. Lincoln had fallen out, and
looked to eee if she could 6ee him on the floor, and
uivi c.rr 1111 niipiu juuip iu uiv o.uv
i Wheu all was over she turned her eyes to the box.
e to the box
.,. .... to ti,
j a,'d Si'.w Mr. Lincoln s head had fallen
- . .
nis urease, auu ai once re&nzeu wnai uan
- . rr.in ihp mrirnpni tup I'rpqmpnr u 11 nnr.r nr. tn r 1 . c .-
, . ". .' ' ... " "1V.. .
?; lime oi ma ueam. nu was iiisviisiote. anu (.x.iioui.'.i
110 of Pa5a
He recognized no one. in fact it is
i.l ....t .npni. 1 i.? ti,p hinn.i
believed that he had not opened his eyes.
j troubled his breathing, often making it exceedingly jj
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- I .... 1 .
IV liHTVP.TnV. Anril 1 7 1 Vl CI f-fiT- ori. V l?.-.liincn
tlie soldier and mir.e who was in attendance on Hec. fe
in the chamb.V, from which it appears that it was
through his brave and determined endeavor that th
consummation of the murderous designs of the fiend
were migrate J. Accoramg to Jiooinsons narrative,
tj Mr. Fred
c 1 .!. c I t II
ocnam, .u.i i ocr. .ui. u,iu?ni
woiinuej on tne stairway, as uoomson
l. .1..... l, i,o s .v. ;a.v..,
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... . . r .7 1 1 1 . . . 1 . 1
iia.i n idiiir n ii' mnap. vrnicn gnparpa 10 iji nnniiT
a foot in length an t an incli w.ue. l.ubmson det
mined to oppose his progress, and raised his arm
rarrv tne blow, and the conseouence was that
wound was inflicted in the centre of bis forehead,!?
. . . ...... . i
t - the liam wincli hel l the dagger, which came ilowu
ti upon Robinson's face, and felled bim to the floor,
Miss Seward at this juncture escaped from the room,
and ran to the frout window, screaming murder.
Tho oauicain rt.ui...ri tr. tX hpl nUr Mr Spwr.l
R lay apparently in a helpless condition, and cave a
t-A mond.'iiu V. Ate f l Ft. I a r tec a. 1 Iiia n ri
tremendous blow at his face. He missed his mark,
howevc.-. and almost fell across Mr. Seward's body.
SJ ry this time R..bin-on recovered and iumncd on the
bed and causht hold of the assassin's arms. While
he was thus attempting to hold the assassin, the lat-
: ter struck Mr. Seward on the left side and then on
r! the right side, liie asaisin tnen raised up, and he
an ! Kjbinsou came to the fioor tozether. They botl
i .. . . . ... -!TJ!
J got on taeir feet, Kcbiuson stin keeping Lrm hold of
turn, when the assassin reached his left arm over
Hobinson's ehoulder and endeavored to force him to
' the floor. Finding he could not handle Robinson in
that attitude, he dropped his position, and with the
ii.u mntu muun'j uu ucv ".n uun vl
Robinson's right arm, and struck behind Robinson
L with the knife. They Etill continued to strujrclc for
. i . . - i. , . .. l. i. , ,i
ti a few moments, Robinon forcing him towards the
H door, which was open, with the intention of throw-
ing him over the bannisters. When they had nearly
Ji reached the door. Major Seward entered the room,
n and lu-biuson caned on him to tase the kmfe out o'fB
the assassin's hand. Major Reward immediately
vt ciuicneii ine assassiu. aua iue laiicr tirucii rijoint-on
-.i. i.i. : -3 .1 . 1 . . . 3. 1.1!
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he stomacn, ktiocKing mm oowd. lie then nrosce
n. " iv .ruin ..injur cuiiiu uii'i runu-i uowii ti'iirs.
f ; During the scuffle, when be cannot eay, Robinson
. . . . ,
IT T" i v . i . A'ini rr Ail ifo n opriiino rhorior e.'.rrA H
a wound or quite a serious character, sr me
fj. two inche in breadth, in the upper part of the right
ij, shoulder blade, and another not so serious a little
IA XA-txa a. s!ar.-rar o n rl 1 T ,-1 nnt valance, hi hrAl tint 1 Ut
was knocked down by the assasiin, near tha ib-or,
r invar 1 1 . -m r" ia n A aida o nd n eT Vita-p r-.r e i r
'J V. 4 UII m tJf 0 LUV BIU NUI4 OklijAAl-A ii Vy. J UUl IUC UiiUi,; KJ k LlIC X 1 I Jf U r V i CSV K. TlllU I UJ I VA . -, llltwt J ivOlU
the left shoulder. t He has made a full confession, being one of the con- E and several
I' While 6triiegling with the man near the bedsir.e, rj spirators neainst the life of President Lincoln, and ville, and
;t he had seized the writ of hin right btnd, in w'r.ich 5 acknowledcing himself to be the author of the letter .! ral miles of
JU- 'J-'"fJl1" ? ' ' - T - ''ws' - 8a -
0 RTi.i after Major Seward had come to his assistance. W
Li ie rt.trijed to the room when he fvund the aai-sin N
H ha 1 escaped, and found that Secretary .-ward bad P
jj ud-ciothes, and wis Wing in a pool of t,UJ. Upon b
I I . . . . - . . . . . 1 -.
tv.nt iu .nr. i-r-niu, iic iuuuu uu uuiiv in lug iriiti, M
th :i r i mi ca iu kt wain, unn dulJ ifrii ii'i rii iuc n
H ; i. r..., ii i . M
IifTfd hi? fl. Li ihiii a pecf.ii.l ctiminAlirn Knhin. K
M . .1 ..... i.,. .
r-ciu uf.ri iiunt u.n uii umii nit oiiii UflH! ir, imu I3j
51 fr. Seward then said : "lam not deJ ; send f.r H
tj ro.;c- nn.i turgeou. ana cicm me oouse. lie
wirn p.arej .Mr. n wjra on mr i, leriiDjr mm De
1. V A 1 - V.l k
mut net talk. Mr. Seward did not epenk after that
liubiiisoii reniii:i-J uirli Mr. SwarJ until 11 nVWlr
fc the next u.orung, when he was ren-oved ta the
& l..u.I-is Ilii. til
.Ntw Yuek. April 13 -The thrall Washington
peci.tl U.sontcu bays it is teporteu that the aiEfeCiii
1 iio entered Mr. Award's house hie Le.ii arrestexl
j It id certain that one of the ussassins, ptibably Sur-
vait, has teen arresteJ. Samuel Matti.n. of lloa
stouie. Ml, the one who wrtte the letter found in
B)cth's trunk, igued " Sam," has also leen ar
rested. Washington, April liith 4 : 10 a. m. It is now
arcertained wih reasonable certainty that but two
a..sassitis were engaged in the horrible crime Wilkes
Booth being the one that shot the President, and s
companion of his whose name is unknown, but whose
description is so clear that he can hardly escape. It
appears from a letter found in Booth's trunk, that
the murder was planued before the 4th of March,
but fell through then, because the accomplice backed
out until Richmond could be heard from. Booth
and his accomplice were at a livery stable at pix
2 o'clock last eveuine, and left there with horses about
j ten o'clock, or shortly before that hour. It would
seem that they had beeu seeking their chance, but
for some unknown reason it was not carried into
elTect until last night. One of them has evidently
made his way to Baltimore. The
other has not yet
Edwin M. Stanton.
At the Cabinet meeting yesterday, which lasted
over two hours, the future policy of the Government
towards Virginia was discussed, the best feeling pre
vailing. It is stated that it was determined to adopt
a very liberal policy, as recommended by the Presi
dent. It is said that this meeting was the most liar- It
monious held for two years, the President exhibsting
fj throughout that magnanimity and kindness of heart
if incii na t . uici uio licikiuicui K I fclic
rebellious States, which have been so illy requited
ti on their part. One of the members of the Cabinet
JJ remarked to a friend that he met at the door, that
the Government was to-day stronger thau it had been
i-g lor mree years past.
& Washisgtos, April 15. To-day no one 19 allowed
j - aj to leave the city by rail conveyance or on foot, and
t:ie i9suiK 0f passes from the headquarters of the
t4 iCpartmcut of Washington has been suspended by
N General Auuur.
U . ., , T... . .... .
Jceu .r"w' ,'u,. " P'"la ul luc ""--y "
-1 tinun rt'Crii v hi i i null hii
(VjI .ir.: ... 1. MB.;Ar .-.r u A 1. . : . ,
v., 'v.,,..- A.rii istk. yM;. ...
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makes no editorial comments on the assassination of f.
The Times makes no comment.
The Tribune says 44 Suddeu death always is over-
Ihe assassination of the humblest of
, ,:- .,,.1 . T.:..l.. .1.- Pa
cniei jjiagisiraie oi ine xauon iu me conuitiou oi fej
i ... . r f . 1 X.T .i 1-.? K1
ri affairs at this moment, the sorrow and ehock are too
? great wf ,any woras. i-or once, an party rancor
s5 w'11 be forgotten, as no right-thinking man can hear
S ' Mr. Lincoln s death without accepting it us a JNa-
JM . -.l,.,,,:..
fa tmnal ca'-"""
" The World says that 44 yesterday the country was
Ft ; ,h. h,Mht of fovf.,1 ulttmn nvor th dive
.11 luc lil-llliifc oe J 'Jin . j-unawui. mil mo ucvioium
efforts which seemed to promise peace and a restored
nion to the people. To-day. every loyal heart must
suffer a terrible hhock, and swell with grief at the
ft calamity wnicu nas neen permiueu to uerau us. iy
K the assassination of the Chief .Magistrate the eplen-
is ,lor of our triumphs is robbed or hair its lustre. It E3
fl . . , r ... . . i- ,.., ,Jf
S4 IS a Ueerer I0SS tlian II OUT Hrsi tOlUier Iiau lailtn 1)TH. o ... , , - i
a hostile bullet, as did the gallant Sedgwick; a greater t
loss than if an army bad perished in the shock of
ti 44 The cry of the murderer as be leaped from the
President s box and ran across the stage betrays 110
madness or fienzv: all circumstances show that the
M F.ime political fury and hate which lit the flames of
kS .1 . t.n: j .1 i..u:.i. .1 1 t..
ine great icucinuu, iusjjiivu iuvsi; iiviiimi uccj. uy
c.. v.,.il n a i.ul tlol rait frnrti tho ontonilni" t.t r.tii.
trinmnh in it. utter siibiomtion. bv so mnch do thev ?.
N brand with deeper and more damning infamy the s
plotters, its leaders, and its sympathizers.'
Chicaqo, April 1&. Dispatches from every por
fjj tion of the North show the most bitter feeling against
recession eyuipamiic. 3. lucic una uitii 11 u oci iuus fe.
1$ outbreak, but individual instances are mentioned t
where persons expressing becession sentiments nave l
been Fummarilv dealt with. A sympathizer at Wash- r
ington was shot dead by a soldier, for rejoicing over
lj the death of Mr. Lincoln, and the uoldier was not
t arrested. George Welles was arrested and sent to the
H Penitentiary in New York city, for a similar ofience;
0 another mau, a Wall street gold broker, gave vent to
ui Secession seutimeuts, and preparations were immedi-
fi .., : k , i,;m i.n,r,
t;ut he was rescues vy ine ponce, inree reoei pri
soners were hung, at Indiauapolis, for expressing
their gratification at the success of the assassins.
The universal feeling seems to be to mete out the
sternest justice to all sympathizers with the rebellion.
Halifax, April 15th. The Governor had appoint
t 1 tn-rlav fur rrivinc his assent to the bills nassed.
with the usual ceremonies, but upon the receipt of fd
naua r, f Proui f 17... t r.inrnlnii miinliM" liA Hpnt tliA IrA
j C7 ' - x ' .
tUe new3 01 1 resi
U following message
E " ('Oiynment
K April loMu J
age to the Council :
House, Halifax, J. S. Saturday,
Ipril lu My Dear Sir : The yery shocking in
2 mi;.,. ;st received bv me of the murder of Pres-
u . . ; . .
U ucnt J.uicoin oy uie nana m an assassm. auu my
& tense of the loss which order sustained by the deatu
?3 of a man, wnom i nave always regarueu ns eminently
. , T. . . . 1 . .
1 upright in his intentions, indispose me to undertake
Rfl any public ceremony such as 1 had contemplated in
jm. tl.a ;.,ton.li..I visit tn tliA Lppialafi v Pnnne.il. I Iipjt-
....... -w. . . B - n .
therefore, to notify you oi the postponement ot that
viit, and perhaps under the circumstances, the
men of all parties may feel that a suspension of
of Eyuipthy not
fpf 4n(j one wujcli n
ismcss lor me uay wouiu te a marc
unbecoming the Legislature to o'Jer,
cone coum misconstrue.
a PiritAnn Gravei MrDnvvcr t
cj Ta f.l. K nnnv. Prpa't ,pf Jl l 'r.iinil '
m . '
j IT.tru.T Anril 1 fi Ilnnn th nnnnurnnii.n .f
.i- i;;,i- Ti.,ir, Ta,i,am7.
? 1 Tl. 11 . I. . f:n.A.nmAnt 1 1 ': . 1 . 1
ea. aue utc3 11 uuitiumcui 'luuso. iiiiiuei.
c ' . . , ..... r-s
Ine bloctad-runner toionei iamu was gaily decked M
iv iuinvrTfiv .-inn ii inn l colthi t. ,ifiAi rrt
jt"Ua been ascertained that there was
W . i r .t. ..v..
1 1 1L 'I Kill
er-13 American Consaiate, ana on tne American shippinc W i. . . - . . . v . .1 v
toK iu port, were placed at half-mast. Deep sympathy M iUt" , , , .
a B prevail; in the minds of all the frierads of the Union. H for?C9 Jben raoveil, Fot Z 5. CV2
M nt tnTPthPr with the VTir-P. PrP.;.lpr,t TI.p ,,mHMirch, struck the East Tennessee and Vtrgiai
Vr l i T a. J .
to f nf tbp annninti' ,r. n.ir.
B c,ftnd. known, and after the nrMent investigation-
3 ..i.-i,i nr-.l n.iM;,-.' .v.- :m k
11 oat;shed at the dpPlonmpr.ta fL mr,tivp, r,f
Sj public interest, we retrain foru mentioning many of
f. them that reach us. A member cf the Cabinet re-
i - 2 marked. the day afrer the murder of Mr. Lincoln. U
t that the rphels had lost thp-ir hpat fripnfl n. Mr I.in 3
S3 con invariably, at every Cabinet meetinz. counseled
j forbearance, kindness and mercy towards those inia-
rS v Vft, . . t-.. i
g ' "r -h'"0.!?
r3 tjle cjreates'i co
h, C3,pj tjir.jll fea
Diait .ub .u.' a..7)aaaiudiliuu u l lue i itrai'icui uicaicu
greatest consteraaticn there. The people ex-
fear cf the consequences.
j Baltimork. April 18. A gentleman who was at
g! Point Lookout yesterday morning, was informed by
ft! an officer of a gunboat that Booth and the other con-
j spiratcrft, about thirty in number, were in St. Mary's
county, heavily armed, endeavoring to cress the ro-
t toms.c, which was strongly picketed and no one
. ' 1 IT. .1 ... .1... C? .1
uei to nass. lie aiso oinieu uiai uu ouuuay even-
n in z asmall squad oi our cavairy ni'j a collision wun
. . - I.,... ...
Cl.r. j " i. i l !...:
mem HU'i were rpuiseu, uui saucceaeu in capiuriug
fc: tne of them. Our cavalry was reinforced, yesterday
ij morning, ana were unaerstooa to nave tnem com-
pletely eurrounded, and escape deemed imjos3ible.
A highly important arrest was made here to-day,
" 1 Inii v a r. 9 iKi a . o ao a r nn ti -.l . 1
' '1 ml r.rr 1 .. BrLirtl. f.-.r-in.-l in 'Afllli'a 3f.i3nlr
WAsmsntoN. April 19, V,e think toth uotetary
Ui'Tii A rtfl Ttt
and Fred. S
eward are better. They at
jnietly nt this hour, 1 i.'c!n k A M
TIri N'v l'rekideut.
Washington. April lu. 3 p. m. Omcial colic
of the death cf the late 1'resiJeiil Lincoln was givtu
v. t i - . . , ,v-
br the heal cf the I'erartments this mornire tJ
. . .. . . .
.njrw JtftDWb, ice rreei.lctit, on-wiiem tu ,vxd
. . . . . . .
U f-n. Upwu receiit.AUi DOtie. appearc-I Wore UuD.
l i'k. A t- t...:.-.r.L..l'-.lv:....
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M c. ...... .nii ,,,,1 f..n.t At 11!
i .J " " . - w ..... - -
.,Vh-t the lr.lei,t ...et it. ..U r,f lh lenart-
; U ments at a Caliuet aieftitig at the Treajurj lepart-
luent. A iu OCR other LuMueMP, the lohowing wai
frii.sacu-d : h'irttTh arrniig-iueuts for the funeral
U retari a3 Ur 3S'they reiated l0 their respective
ol the late I'resiJent were otltreu U the Beteral cc-
departments. StcouJ Wi'Uaia Hunter wa ap
pointed Acting Secretary of folate duriug the disabil
ity of Mr. inward and his ton Frederick, Assistant
"ecretaiy. Third The President formally announc
ed that he desired to retain the ptcsent ecretarien f
departments ns hi- Cabinet, and they would go on
and discharge their respective duties in the satn
manner ni before the deplorable event that bad
changed the head of the Government. All biuiom
in the Departments is suspended to-day.
The surgeons report that the condition if Mr.
Seward remains unchanged. He is doing well.
There is uo important change iu Mr. Frederick
Seward's coniitiou. The murderer have not jet
(Signed) E. M. Stanton, Sec'ry f War.
Washington, April 16. Official communication
was sent to Andrew Johnson, Vice-President, this
morning, stating that in consequence of the rudder)
and unexpected death of the President, his inaugu
ration should take place as soon as possible. Mr.'
Johnson replied that it would be agreeable to him to
hnt Tirr..APdin( take place at his rooms iu the Kirk-
SJ .i ii.,, sjv,,. th nvrnntfementii were nerfected.
and Chief Justice Chase was informed of the fact
and lepaired to the appointed place, in company with
Secretary McCullough, Attorney.Gcncral Speed, S.
a P. Blair, Montgomery Blair, Senitors toote. Ham.
say, lutes, Stewart of Nevada, Hale, ana itepresen
tative Farnsworth, of Illinois. The oath of office
was administered at eleven o'clock, in a solemn and
impressive manner. Mr. Johnson received the kind
expressions of the gentlemen preneut in a manner
which showed his earnest 6ense of the great respon
sibility which so suddenly has devolved upon him.
He made a brief speech, in which he said: "The
duties of the office are mine, aud I will perform
hi.m th cnnnpmimcM are with God. Gentlemen.
l lean upon you; 1 feel that I 6hall need your tup.
port. I am deeply impressed with the solemnity of
the occasion, and the responsibility of the duties of
the offioe 1 am assuming." Mr. Johnson appeared
to be in remarkably good health, and has a high
sense of the hopes that are ceutred upon him. His
manner was solemu aud dignified, and his whole
beariug produced a most gratifying impression upon
w those wno participated in toe ceremonies. i ia jiruu-
.. . ... . , .i ' .- T . - l.
Em. KY. .1... pH.icMan t Tnttnunn Will IUSIIA h
able that Tresideat Johnson will issue his first pro
clamation to the American people to-day. It is ex
pected, though nothing is definitely determined upon,
that the funeral of the late President will take place
on Thursday next. It is supposed that his remain
will be temporarily deposited in Congress Cemetery.
Mr. Johnson's Inaugural.
Washinoto!!, April 16. The following is a full
report of Mr. Johnson's remarks on taking the oath
of office yesterday :
44 Gentlemen : I mnst be permitted to say that I
have been almost overwhelmed by the announcement
of the sad event which has so recently occurred : I
feel incompetent to perform duties so important and
responsible a9 those which have been eo unexpectedly
thrown upon me. As to the indication of any policy
which may be pursued by me in the administration
of tho Government, I have only to say that it must
be left for development as my administration pro-
Messages or declarations must De made uy
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U "cls '" l"4"' . J r" TtT-
H JIt. . r ' 1 " J. ;Z. "
& v;,'.u'sc twu1- "" t
m - , ,Ko fl,.r.. Mw nfist nnv,T .:r- wii;i,h
M t::' ' -
, a " " , ,r T -
ii rood conscience believe, upon the great principle
of right, which lies at the basis of all things. The
best energies of my hie nave been spent endeavoring
to establish the perpetual principles of free Govern-
.... . . .
ment. I believe that tne novernment, in passing
through its present perils, will settle down upon
principles consonant with popular rights more per
manent aud euduring than heretofore. I must be per
tnittcd to say, if I understand the feelings of my
own heart, that I have long labored to ameliorate
and elcvata the condition of the great mass of th
American people, and an honest advocaoy of th
great principles of free Government has been my lot.
The duties have been mine; the consequences ate
God's. This has been the foundation of ray political
faith, and I feel that in the end the Government will
triumph, and that these great principles will be per
manently established. In conclusion, let me say that
I want your encouragement and countenance. I
shall rely upon you and others in carrying the Go4,
eminent through its present perils. I feel, in mak
ing this request, that it will be heartily responded to
by you and all other patriots and lovers of the rights
a anJ intere9t3 0f a
it ' .
g . T . , . 4
3 that President Jol
April IS. The Post's epecial says
Johnson yesterday said to a clergy
man who beggfd of him to be merciful to the rebels.
that mercy to individuals was not always raeroy to
tho State. He also declared to a prominent member
of CongreES that he wa3 willing to act with the ut
most magnanimity towards the common people of
the rebel States, but the unrepentent leaders most
ta be punished.
. - " - .....
Nkw Yokk, April 17. Aftrr some negotiation.
- rn m Vriormnn
ft Joe Johnstou has .surrendered tun entire army to
is Sherman, thus virtually closing the war. The rebel
t Generals express their desire to submit to the United
ITrNTsvitXE, April 11 To General Thomas Tho
fa following has just been received from Col. Hoover at
til .n ,i
EJ 44 Men directly through from :-ima report that
H that place was captured by Gen.
itf the 221 ult. Forrest and Roddy,
13 that nlace was captured by Gen. Wilson s forces on
tue 221 ult. Forrest and Roddy, with their entire
Vi commands, were captured. Our men dismounted.
5ig charsed the entrenchments, and carried all before
fcj i There is also a report that Montgomery has teen
zi nnr.tnrpd. UiiAsiOfcH."
M r 1 ic. MV.il- .lafp tn tr,Qlh at
fS .L ' .1 Lv.. .,n ,ui ,1.. U'. nt....
mai .-pauinu tun 7. - t
TA eizht hundred prisoners, twcntyfour cannon and
.-si mrvH auiuuui Ui ftiiiiuyui.'wi.i ... ..vm.vb
v.: . .
men. due entire garrison, nve iuuushuu eirong,
y. of light artillery.
ai . . - i-v . m
B4 tien. Monenisn. whico left ivnoxviue on me iwm ot
Rs nauroaa on me mn insi., bi ..yiur.u.e, v..ir.i.io-
H rg Salem. Between these points tbirty-thre
H bridees were burned aud twenty-bve miles of trsck
U totally destroyed. Many prisoners were taksn. and
H contiderable quantities of corn and otJv
U "rojeJ. ..V0 T,theu 6th Gen. fctoneoaa
other stores de.
Jacksonville. Duubury and MackavUle, arriving at
Grant's Creek, three miles from Salisbury, the rebel
line for the defence of the town, at 6 A. M. on the
12th. This line, which was defended by artillery
and infantry, was soon forced, and our forces entered
Salisbury at 10 A. M., capturing tight stand of col
ors, niueteen pieces ot artillery, eleven hundred and
sixty-Eve prisoners, one thousand stand of arms and
accoutrements, one million rounds of small aroma
niticn, ten thousand fixed ammunition and shell.
fa sixty thousand pounds of powder, seventy-five thou-
p sand complete su:ta or clothing, taree hundred and
gj fifty thousand army blankets, twenty thousand
j pouads of baoou, one hundred thousand pounds of
&i salt, twenty mousana pounds or sugar, twenty-seven
a thousand pounds of rice, ten thousand pounds of salt,
j$ petre, fifty thousand bushels ol wheat, one hundred
.". .1 .1.1.31.. . . , . - .
m inousana uo.iars worm &i meaicai supplies anu seven
ji iiiuusno'i uhii-b m ix;iiuu. x nirieeu pieces oi aruuery
1:5 were brought away, and all the other stores not
& .V,..- 1V..1 r-L . -.:
ij neenen ior tne immediate command were uesiroyeu.
RThe greater part of these supplies had just been "
ceived from Raleigh. One large arsenai with rna-
VH aL i i itrrV -rr MAfMnlif m. . fAnnta wsi An isi wmm a - W IRS
bridges between Qreensbury and Ban-
also on either side of Salisbury, with se?
railroad track, were destroyed. W lost
Lll wvtr faur in billal Hfirl Vfllinrlpfl. AfDfiDff tha latlir
g was Capt. R. Morrow, A. A. O. of Stoneftaa'a tat.
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