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ast, was a "most brilliant affair, and, in
TRTTESDAY. APRIL 20, 1865.
a n-tion mourns. Abraham Lincoln,
President, is dead. It was lit-
UUi fc1"" '
tic thought on Friday night, while all was
flint; n traercdv was
joj auu .4.w-o , i B.ifmncf RnlnninUv DT
nn-.nforl nt. W.-lsllinetOn , W11ICI1U '
nti. a "nlnhrftHnn
' r- -m -J 1 t: 1 M llili uwnw-'
The muraeroi rreaaeni .uiuuuiu. a inn p n, ftS,ntnrHHf Pc
. . ,i m i- p r W '-no cciiiuiiuuu - r
Tlierastorsortncv.nurcneBuiuuru , - -Rinhmonn, thR surrcn-
rough, having on consultation with so-J ?. - '
. . i -i j zl nrnnp.r iiiaiHuui. wi jjww -
pt their mourners, aecmcu r- - - Samt Qa FrM ni ht
1 flflTTHTl 111 I III" M". - I
Ian expression shouiu a
Mmnnt of the Christian puuiiu uu u.u
Stal a"d cowardly assassination ot the
Fchief Magistrate of this Nation, public
notice was given froi
a very large nieetin
and Methodist cor
citizens, was h
Church on Sunday
building was dt
The Great Sfagedyfcn' ifZ
A Nation Mourns its Honored Dead
lv undeceived when it was! At his residence, in M. Smithfield. on th
announced from the stage by the niana-flUth inst., Mr. Jonas Hanna, aged 75 years,
. . -n n 11. I I A I lam I I mnntho nnrl ft
nror thnt. t ho I'mairiMir. Or LlltJ UUILUUK" "wn.no imu w uuic.
States had been shot.
nr pulpits, aud
e respect, highly creditable to ouri J0y CfeaiigCCl t0 MOWlUBg lt Te s
rough The procession, on it3 march,! . not be described.
was marked by a continuous blaze of lgnt;iDni?ailWrr I IV A&Jed for the doors, cryin
and every thin- connected with it showedi IuMIWEMI JjIUMMiLI & (vengeance on the mur.
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d otherithat the patriotic spirit which auimuiuu
hodistithe fathers of the Republic had, at least
The shock fell upon the audienco like
i i -ii i i i
a tnunacrDou, ana loua cries were im-
made to canture or kill the
scene which ensued can'
Men and women rush
0 muu OIIVULIULI AVi-
The murderous emissary of the Slave
Power escaped easily and rapidly from
the theater, and mounted a horse and fled.
helm the Union loving North, descended in a nTTPTEI) ASSASSINATION OF SEOlThc President, insensible, was carried out
full measure upiftii the
would nil a nation's heart witli un
grief: that while we were celebrating the
Morbus deeds, achieved unucr tne en
lightened wisdom which marked his no
ble administration, the bullet of a dastard-
lv assassin, had cut the life cord which
bound him to earth, and severed the links
which personally held him enchained to the
hearts of the American people. V ictory .
how glorious : Death ! how appaling ! The
public mind is horrified at the enormity
of the crime j the public hoart is bowed
down with sorrow at the loss it has sus
'There is rest in the
Rev Mr. Everitt, of the Prcsbytcrianlthe pc
A dm Jfit.li Psrlm vli5f1i wnelVCntS WlllCll Ca
followed by prayer by Rev, Mr. Janies. land the earn
e fi,n "R-infisk flhurch. A hvmn wasluonorabl
yjL. cnw - L -
then sung, and Rev. Mr. Everitt made a
brief address, showing the necessity of a
correct public ojrinion, to condemn and
prevent such fea rful crimes, closing .with
.i fervent prayer. The hymn, "God
moves in a mvsterious way," was suu"
fireworks and the
thousands all at
jning or the c
fesires for that
RETARY SEWARD !
The Conspiracy Intended to In
clude Vice President John
son, and Every Memb
er of the Cabinet !
with much feeling, after which Rev. Mr.
IPasson, of the M. E. Church, submitted
. --nnry, nnA vrtcnln tinnq n: nil fTVrf?
At,U T.innnl,, U dead, and the land! i'- "
31UU Ul U1V CUUfcluJVuu v
nllnnt nfmrts of the Union armies have;
brought within the scope of human mtu-j
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ition. Tnerc was cause ior rejyiuiug uvui
the events; and happy indeed was the
manner in which our citizens acquitted
themselves of a patriotic duty iu celebra
The procession tfas formed at about 8
o'clock p. ia., under
POPULAR OPINION AS TO THE MUR
War Department, Washington, ")
April 151:30 a. m. J
Mai. Gen. Dix: Last evening at a-
TOR THE SPEEDY CURE OF
fntcrmktent Fever, or Fever and Ague,
Remittent Fever, Cliill Fever, Dumb
Ague, Periodical Headache or Billious
Headache, and Billions Fevers, indeed
for the whole class of diseases origina
ting in hiliury derangement, caused by
the Malaria of miasmatic countries.
I Fever and Ague is not the only conse-
and taken to a house right opposite thelquence of the miasmetic poison. A great
theater. variety of disorders arise Irom its irritation,
Mrs. Lincoln fainted in the box and lln malarious districts, among wnicn arc ieu-
was borme out after her husband. The AV,UU at,B' -""-"7""-"-. -
mass of the evidence tonight is that J .flp , .... ,ff ':ftnnr ti, :
Wilkes Booth committed the crime. Invster;CR. Pn;n in ihn T?mvnis rnur r'
Whoever it is, there are reasons ioiJVsiSt and DcnfTmpnf nf ... Stnm.ci,
thinking that the same bold and bloodyQf whicli, when originating in this cause put
hand attempted the life of Secretary Sc-Ion the intermittent type, or become periodi
Ward. BcaI- Tms "Cttre" expels the poison from
His wounds were made by a knife aslthe blood, and thus cures them all alike. It
biff as that waved on the stage to the Yir-I's not only the most effectual remedy ever
-inia motto of "sic senmer tyrannis." Iscovered for this class of complaints, but
Washington, April 15, 1865.
To Mai or General Dix : Abraham Lin-
is shrouded in gloom. The greatest ana
best beloved of America's statesmen is
gathered to his fathers, and shall be
known of earth no moro forever. It is
not as though he had died in the fulness
of time, and departed as the Patriarch de
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iiiu muiBuuH...! Tft1,l,m woe olint. 'nv nil ncqnsain
- m , 1 n I n HIUI XlUbii UUIU. II MfcJ v w J "
Uapt. iu. 13. i-osieub, ataiaiuu uj v. , suddenlv entered the box and ap
. . H-rv 11 .1 7 1 l-l lli-oL-A Ml tt V 1. r .1 11.
which were unanimously adopted, by a n-U. uroancau, auu kj. aproaencu oeuiuu uu l iwiuduu
.. In- i nnmn o ni i?fi 1 on A ft fifB Tlift nq5:tfit;In t.lip.n leaned u
i M r. I'ifta rt fllft Itft.DtUrSL 1U IUU imu luuju ' M '
i -rx . i m i. ii n" i .,liTrtrcfiiinn. Inllowincr these came an
torinca uutcn Lnurcu, uieu uuuiuu a
narnest nraver. Another hvmn was sung.Hopcn umuiuua M .u.
l j , - b , , i 4 :
and after some remarks by Rev. Messrs.IThe omnibus was uecoratcu wuu Aiuen-
James and Paxson, the latter ofFcrcdlcan flags, and containing a nuinher 01
bout 9:30, p. m., at Ford's Theatre, thecoin died this morning at twenty-two min
president, wmie sitting in ins private oosutcs after 7 o clock.
Edwin M. Stantox, Sec. of War.
stage, brandishing a large dagger or knife
lAssociated Press Account of the Assassi
Washington, April 15, 1865.
The assassin of President Lincolu left
lighted to depart, with his leetgatnerea up. m ladicS d d iu colors omblamat
ompusn-H - , . rtftlift TTninn. Lit un as this part of
- i &
l 1 1 .1 nil 1PK
iu Deu ana ms guuu huh
MAnn....ni on.-l tlm lorrrn iccoiii Bin nf the Union.
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-I.-' i. ,innth TPmid imvfi hcenu " . . , . i.i:i. i,..
T . ; : fln!tnw .1 quietly separated. Itne procession was uy -"--l About the same hour an assassin, who-
juonai caiauiitj uum v a . rn11(.win are lllG rcsokcs adoptcd.Ia continuous display or nre-won,3 oujHtll thc samc or not is not known enter.
and made his escape in the rear of theBLa h;m hlg hafc and bis
LllCaiCr. Tim linf. itr-io Tviol-orl iin in flin I'rftQl.
The pistol-ball entered the back of the, , nnri S,,, tom; :fionf:fi0,i i.
President's head, and penetrated nearly! .. . h ;fc h ben h t,
through the head. The wound is mortal.!' inn:nrr in iin cCnn0fn,i m,n n,,
The wound is mortal
The President has been insensible ever
since it was inflicted, and is now dying
terthe calamity when, iu the midsfcfl copy of wilicbigned by the clcrgymenlthe wagon which came next in the line, ed Mr. Seward's apartments, and, under
health, in the midst of triumph, and witha ' , , , .dmJ:t nrcsented the most beautiful picturelprctencc of h'aving a prescription, was
ih nrrmiisftof Ion- VCarS Ot USClUlUCSSMl" it dshowed to the Seerctarv s sick chamber
" r. , .1 1.1. ".f President liiucoin. owe ever ueuum iu waa a ivtu 4l.iUft- -
and honor before him, he is rutnies- rpu .. , p rAnrMnnfnt:on of the beautiful of whichg.1 n, J. "m
the victim of a trai ! xui; wuliaLia" -"'""""'o-Qr-"- ioea ana inuicteu iwu ur tura
1 ' lassembled for reli'rious conference audHwritars on enchantment occasionally makciti10 thmnt. nml two on the face.
snatched irom me, u.e wcuui lassembled for religious conference
tor's revenge and a bravo s bullet. I prayer to God, on the mournful occasion
In the nobleness of his soul, loyal heartsSLf the death, by a murderer's hand, of
.1m.i,i, T. npn n tho mart olHthe President ot tne united states, uo
jvLiiauaui ww - t - -
saw in i
ed to the
representation or tnc acauuiui 01 wmuu-. , , inflictcd tw0 0r three stabs-on
writers on enchantment occasionally makctic throat and two on the face.
r.nn cL-ofrlvj Fnllowiucr the omuibusg It is honed the wounds may not be
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nrl iho Tpnwm contain ujt the lire works.wmortai. xuy appiuueii&iuu u tuat tj
Thc nurcc alarmed Jir.
Bi i iy . MCaniG IIIU XU1V1UU1U Jjauu, nuiniuisuumu h , . , 1 1 . . .i-;
nnii-5 iinnfi ;,, iic choino-of a Eervant toBnereoy iwsviw. - . - . fHivrcdencK cewara, wno was in an aujuui-
Uod s hand in the choan0 01 a se v J j That we lament with inexpressible Bed sweet music to the enhvenment ofl. Qon nd lias'tencd to thc door of his
Htmrr nfimiT i un r'iiiiv.11 ill 1 11111 ui tM 4 m i ! . i -1 1 i 1 ra w
Ul I li U, UUvUV 4. VMJV. " O
A sovereign him
and glorious purpose.
sorrow the great loss which our country
has suffered, iu the death by assassination
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11 ii.i -.i. i.i HWiu prove jauu
in run T in vwicri" iv 1111:11 uisuuig ex
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thc occasion. We must be permitted toHfather s room, when he met the assassin.
self, and elevated from the humbler walks0f Abraham Lincoln, President of thc J ' &c are weU enou,rh in theirierous wouuds. The recovery of Fred-
of sovereignty, recognised m this land oig United states, at a time wncn ,n S ' genek Seward is doubttul
.v. 1... : v,p i.;. ri i-inii-fM-iexpenence, anauuquesuoneuiniegriLyyB""j; - ' it is not proDaDJc tnat tnc rresiuent
, -j n,ihornpfnr nro cn rrr.m t.lv rtOPIiod in tllfi .11 BOnenSlOnS. 10 Serve US lllilU IU LU liiui
v"'1"""-' 3 a' J M "
more inspiring style of music embraced
abhor and execrate tnea. rT;1 ni,v;n sfnr "Rtinnnr
ble will, he was peculiarly ullcu "-lfa;rs 0f state.
come the highest servant m the govern- jj. That we
tt- 1.1. :o m ii ji l.l,.ril" i
moot of a tree people, ms wuoie iwcacourse oi n-.acowara.jr '".f " T'Vatikce Doodle. Red White and Blue
i:r p nrA irnrl-c fnr fhft nnTiresscdBstrucic at tne very lounuations oi our iret-K . . ' ,
i :is : i i i 1 1' tii uuu 1 j a w . wv i ' f
" . , . ynn f" iiA,lBinstitutions. a crime against llumanity.gu. n ' i"',UH'tt ,,,uuu
every rtiiuic , u " 7 Jour Country, and our God ; and we moreimirably performed, but, and we say it in
up with L-munces ior ms icuus, u -Hthan evcr jetest the infamous rebeliion.3no snirit 0f fault-finding, the "play in
sires were desire ior peace, pruspuu "uwnicn, based on oppression ana injustice,
happiness to all men : his love was lovelhas now produced this great
for his God, his country and the wholeK'lf r1.1 . JiU":
will live through the night.
All the members of the Cabinet, except
Mr. Seward, are now in attendance upon
I have seen Mr. Seward, but he and
Frederick were both uuconscious.
3 a. m.
The 1'rcsidcnt still breathes, but is
by other parties not allowed to see it be
fore describing it.
The spur was dropped upon the stage,
and that also has been identified as thc
one procured at a stable where the samc
man hired a horse in the evening.
Two gentlemen, who went to thc Sec
retary of War to apprise him of the at
tack on Mr. Lincoln, met at the residence
of thc -former a man muffled in a cloak.
fjwho, when accosted by them hastened a-
It had been Mr. Stanton's intcution to
accompany iir. .Lincoln to tnc tneateri
end occupy thc same box, but the press!
of business prevented.
It therefore seems evident that the aim
of thc parties was to paralyze the country
by at once striking down the head, the
heart and the arm of the country.
As soon as the dreadful events were
announced in the streets, Superintendent
llichards and his assistants were at work-
to discover thc assassin.
In a few moments thc telegraph had a-
roused thc whole police force of thc city.
Maj'or n allach aud several members
of the city government were soon on thc
tvt I : i . r.
saie. io imrui uuh unau iruin. na use, ana
the patient when cured is left as healthy as
if lie had never had the disease. Can thi
be said of any other cure for Chills and Fe
Iverl It is true of this, and its importance
to those afflicted with the complaint cannot
be over estimated. So sure is it to cure the
''ever and Ague, that it may be truthfully
Isaid to be a certain remedy. One Dealer
! complains that it is not a good medicine to
sell, because one bottle cures a whole neigh-
Prepared by J. C- Ayrc & co., Lowell,
Mass., and sold by Wm. Ilollinshcad, Dreher
I T .1 Ot 1..1 I 1 1. 1
jo& Jiroiner, in oiruuusourir, mm ny ueaiers
in medicine everywhere.
August 4, lS64.-lyce2m.
THE FHCENIX PECTO
WILL CURE YOUR COl.YIH.
The Phoenix P
i?SWwouldhavo been more satisfactory, hadjnuito insensible as he has been i over sinceB t andJccry precaution was taken to
wickcdbcssJ oU tuucg njentioned abovehcwas shot He evidently did not see! 8ervc ordorJaid quiefc in thc city.
. . . I&l.lli: III. I I . I 1 II 11U OllUU AklSU wuu ii iv - 1
TTT. That we w nrav that God. iu been allowed a part. JLiie repartoire oim. - . , .nni,i hnh;A
human race. It IS not tOO mUCh, tnen.Hp,-. nnrr,,; nmv 5.:;.! ntnlS. l,..r, ?e fnll fl,ntflno nnl. nnnhin tii ft m Mr r. j i u:'.l 1 1 :., 1. J
to say that his death, which bod nas pe'-acomfort those stricken hearts into which 3i?rtiiftW;n ilm hnA pn n h.vrrr, Tinmberg,0 IK-n
I K. ...... ..... . m " 4 a- - it' "'"j 1
mitted to fall upon us so suddenly auu sogtbe cruel builet has most deeply pierccd-;g f u:7nn nn rnat hTn tnrches.H Frederick Seward's
. i a
to draw us.Iwhilc we will further implore His bless
as cn.iaren w 8 loccupy the Chief Magistracy of this great gdeviccs. We observed too, wl
ot them all, to a closer ami more cnnctiuu
like performance of duty.
The attendant, wiio was pros
nw1 wnr ct-ililinrl tlirniKrh fhft lunT5 Jinnl
- -. . . . .. n... mi - t i . l li i. :i i j t : I
occupy the duet Magistracy ol tins great gueviccs. v. c ouservea too, wnne ou megj fc CSDCcted to live. Thc wounds 0f
nt.inn. that the mantle Or Lilnah Uiav iallHmrrr1i tlmt miitn n niimhor nf our oiti-fi..: e ..,i
. , j j - ja "-"j "i " Ej.iiiijur Qcnaiu uiu uuii suuuua,
OJitLui iuuuuni.ftn u.o chmilderis. and that he mav netd i.-.i a j u: -ii : j. a i l: iz t i.. :,i:t T
I - --.5Zens nau iiieir uwu;iiii"is uiiuui m iraii. vim iuvcsiiiiatiuu siiuuiiiv luuiuura
preserve order and quiet in the city.
Lvery street in Washington was pa
frnlfHi ?it. thf rfniinst. nt Mr I? ilm n s
Gen. Augur sent horses to mount the
Jvery road leading out of Washington
was strongly picketed, and every possible;
avenue ot escape was thoroughly guarded,
COMPOUND SYRUP OF WILD CHER
RY AND SENEKA SNAKE HOOT,
Will cure the Diseases of the
Such as Colds, Coughs, C roup, Asthma,
Bronchitis, Catarrh, S'ore Throat,
llourseness, Whooping Cough, &c.
Its timely usi: will puevknt
LiQORARY CONSU.13 PT504.
en where this fearful disease has ta-
lt will afford greater relief than
Kate Yanderslice of Pottaville, says:
s benehttcd more by using the rVitr-
nix Pectoral than any other medicine I ever
Elias Oberbolizcr, of Lionville, Cacetcr
icounty, was cured of a cough of many yearn'
ilandi'ig by using the Phumix Pectoral.
John Royer, editor ot the Independent
Pkcenix, having used it, has no hesitation in
1 . a
pronouncing it a complete remedy ior cough,
hoarseness and irritation in the throat.
Dr. Oberholtzer is a member oflho Alum-
mi of the Medical Department of thc Univer-
is the cud which our bereavement forceffenabled to conduct the affairs of the gov-i. . , ... . . , . - , .
i5 un, Ujinuau Wl w I , 5 , Bin whole illuminated. After marching
to our lips thrice bitter the dre
they are reluctantly drained : but may
we not hope that the Divine contcmpla
tion has, in our sorrows, much that is de
signed to make us blessed much to con
Etitute us a still more worthy esample for
thc other nations of earth.
The nation mourns. In its vast length
and breadth the voice of lamentation is
heard. And why should we not mourn ?
Just as peace begins to dawn upon the
Wilkes 13ooth as the assassin of the Pre-j
sident. Whether it was the same or a!
liffcreut nerson that attempted to mur-f
r. Seward remains m doubt.
V here everything was done so well,! Chief Justice Garter is engaged in ta-
jand everything was so appropriate, weseeSking the evidence.
frnTTrnt tr thn pnmnlfifp. nvnrthrnw of
the Rebellion, and the establishment oiithrough our principal streets, the eclebra
universal Liberty and Order, to the high-fjtion broke up at-about 11 o'clock, p. m.i i Ar
iest welfare ot all the people, and the, glo
jry of Almighty God.
jJfpThrough thc land, yesterday was
one vast funeral da-, and our people one
vast band of mourners, met to coramemo-j
Brate the many virtues of our deceased
President, and to lament his sudden and
horiblc death. In our own beautiful bo-
horizon of our war ridden and bleedinggrough the people joined in a Union ser-
country ; just as rebels begin to recoveilvice, at thc Methodist Episcopal Church.
uo reason for particularization. We feel
?more like joining our opinion with the o
f pinions of a number of gentlemen with
whom we conversed, who had witnessed
the celebrations at other places, and who
were unanimous in tire expression that
the celebration in Stroudsburg exceeded
.'hem all whether viewed as to the num-Ragonies of
Every exertion has been made to pre
vent the cscane of thc murderer. His
horse has been found on the road
Edwin M. Stanton, Sec. of War.
Washington, April 15 1 :30 a. m.
Washington, Saturday, April 15, lSG5,ij -, ! e,"?sV.y??,sl' al umcn inslUut,on hc
' . Myfraduated in lf3.-4.
At an early hour this morning, thew Mrs. Mary Jlutler, mother of Hon. Wm.
Hon. Edwin M.Stanton, Secretary of Butler, President Judge of the Chester and
War, sent an oflicial communication to gDcl.iwarc Di.-trict, snys that she cannot do
the Hon. Andrew Johnson, Vice-Prei-vvi,Il0Ut the Phnix lVctoral.
dent of the United States,- stating that iu gj Thc ProPetor of this medicine Ins to
consequence of the sudden aud unexnec- B " u,s curaine powers, irom
ted death of the Uhiet Magistrate, i s in k V. J , , , M" " ' '
... o ' IitlintthR mniinv will hi n.iiir luirilr in nnv rmr.
chaser who is not satisfied with its et'Fects.
laujiuration should take
ii i i i . . . .1
nMt??i run irwi rannnTTiirv iit.it r.i cr... .1.. . . ....
neaiHt'"oolu"- '"""o "U1 L" It is so pleasant to take that children cry
piaee auu nuur at winca tnc ccrcuionygfor it.
should be performed. It costs only 2o cents, larg- bottles 1.
Mr. Johnson immediately replied that U It is intended for onlv one class of discai-
it would be agreeable to him to have thens, namely, those of the throat and lung,
prepared only ny
LEVI ODERtlOL TZER, M. D..
x i z i. - -1 .1 xi. i. ca i i v i . i
x uaye just vieiieu tue uyiug uuuuu uiaprocecuiugs taKe place at Jus rooms lUfl
Abraham Lincoln, lie is now in thenthe Kirkwood House, as soou as the ar-
death, and his physicians say
: iust as traitors begin to d is-lappropriate to the occasion, where theH , e'
reacherous character of thelpastor, the Eev. Mr. Paxson, deliveredi ' Jm
. ... B i t i.i . I lo all
bers engaged or as to thc brilliancy of the
ground upon which they stand; just as
the political friends of Abraham Lincoln
begin to see, in its full measure, the wis
dom of his election to the Chief Magis
tracy of the Union j just as his political
opponents begin to confess the wrong of
their denunciation and to acknowledge
the full worth of the man j just then the
assassins bullet snaps the cord of life, and
the President's soul wings its flight to
heaven. Not in anger would we ask that
the assassin may have meeted out to him
his just doom, for it appears to have
needed this to secure a just appreciation
of Abraham Lincoln's many and exalted
virtues, and to give us a startling evi.
dence of the great truth "in the midst
of life we are in death j" not in anger,
but in sorrow such as nation never before
experienced, would we pray that that
Irovidence which so ruleth in inyste-i
ry may bring consolation to an afflicted
people, and meet out to the instrument
of our sorrows such punishment as to Him
Ecemeth best. God's ways aro not man's
les, Abraham Lincoln is dead; but
all that was of him is not dead. His no
bleness of soul, his exalted virtues, his
great deeds, aud his glorious memory
will live in the hearts of a grateful people
so long a wisdom continues to be rever
enccd and history to be written.
concerned, whether those most
active in getting it up, or those who par
ticipated in the celebration, it was in the
highest degree, creditable. j
Religious Notice. j
I am requested by llev. Joseph Mason,
IP. E., to notify the members of the M.
E. Church on Cherry Valley and Tan
nersville circuits, that their Quarterly
Meetings will be held as follows :
"M,'CU' ,in Sntnrdjiv. Anril Will it 2 P M
mi . . i .. . . ... H J I - - f j. .-a .
xne man wno auempiea me assassination" preachiDg on Sunday 30th at 10x A,M
lannersville, Quarterly Conference, on
Monday, May 1, ot 3 P. M, Preaching
an aDie, impressive and truly eloquent!
discourse from 2nd Samuel, iii : 38. In
the ceremonies the Eev. Mr. Pitt and the!
Rev. Mr. James assisted. The church
was tastily dressed in mourning. The
stores and places of business, in town.s
were all closed during the day, and al
oaage oi mourning upon nearly every
door attested the deep sense of the be
reavement entertained by our citizens.
he cannot live more than an hour. He
is surrounded by the members of his
Cabinet, all of whom are bathed iu tears.
Senator Sumner is seated on thc right
of the couch on which he is lying, the
tears streaming down his cheeks and sob-
Chief-Justice Cliase was informed of
the fact, and immediately repairod to the
appointed place iu company with Secre-
tary ocward, ot the Treasury Depart
ment, Attorney-ueucral fcpeed, h. P.
Blair, jr., Hon Montgomery Blair, Sen;
fliiiJnictoror? v rlin IKInP TioCnn .Pl.
r . J . . . " UsgikI nt nnno. in nun nt m ntrnnts fnr it
Sold by all Druggists and Storelcocpcr?.
JOHNSTON, IIOLLOWAY &COWDE.V,
No. 'S3, North Sixtli ft., Philadelphia, and
F. C. WELLS, & CO.,
No. 115 Franklin st.t New York, wholcsslo
Sold by Win. Ilollinshead, and Drchcr &
Brother, Stroudsburg, anil by nearly every
Storekeeper in Monroe County.
N. B. If your nearest storekeeper or
druggist docs not keep this medicine do not
let him put you off with some othwr medicine,
because he makes more money on it, but
The news from the seat of war received
since our last is of the most cheering
character. Mobile has fallen into Union
hands, and the Stars and Stripes now
float over it. Prom Sherman we have of
flcial information thatKaleigh and Sallis
bury, N. C. are occupied by Union forces,
and that Vance, the Itebel Governor of
tihat State is a prieoncr iu our bauds.
of Secretary Seward was arrested, at Wash
! a. 1 a f i t mt t 1
uigioa on uie nigui oi tne iui anu is now
Jon board a gunboat He was immediately
and unequivocally recognized by Mr. Sew
ard's colored doorkeeper as the man that cut
Mr. S. He was also recognized by Major
Seward and his sister.
Booth, the assassin of the President, has
not yet been arrested. It is said, however.
that he with some thirty other conspirators'
are surrounded by our cavalry, in St. Ma
rys County, Maryland, endeavoring to make
their way across the Potomac. They are
heavily armed, but it is thought they will be
the same evening.
Rev. M. Mason will preach, Providence'
permitting, in Stroudsburg M. E. Church.
on &uuaay evening, April 6).
W. J. Paxson.
As old winter's hastening on,
And may in a short time be gono,
An important question will
Soon the minds of many fill.
Think ye, 'tis when will war cease,
And our land enjoy sweet peace 1
Will Old England bravo thc whip
The Phosnix Pectoral. I(She in foretimes vainly strove to slip)
This Cough remedy is now extensivelylBy interfering 'gainst thc powers
used, and is of thc highest value to the com-Of "Might and Right," which still are ours?
bmg like a child. All around lnm areltors hoot of Vermont, Tiamsay of Min
his physicians, burg.-Uen. Barnes direct-Bucsota, Yates of Illinois, Stewart ofNe
ing affairs. Ivada, Hale ot New-Hampshire, and Gen
The President is unconscious, and thclu'amsworth of Illinois.
only sign ot file he exhibits is by thc At 11 o'clock thc oath of office
movement ot his right hand, which he
raises feebly. Mrs. Lincoln and her twoiUuited States, in his usual solemn and
sons arc in an adjoiniug room, into whichgimnrcssive manner.
Secretary Stanton has just gone to informH Mr. Johnson received the kind cxprcs iTllP liplwii Wil
them that the President's physicians havelsions of the gentlemen by whom he was! MLAUfcil
pronounced his case hopless. Isurrounded, .in a manner whicli showed
As I pass through the passage to thejhis earnest senso of the great rcsponsi
front door I hear shrieks and cries pro-bilities so suddeuly devolved upon him
ceedmgfrom the room in which the gricf-jand made a brief speech, in which he
stricken wife and children arc seated. Iid ; "The duties of thc office aro mine
obtain from Quartermastcr-Generallt will perform them. The consequences
mwigo iviivniug mv.vuuuv vi uoaa arQ WUH UOd. Uentlemen, 1 shall lean un-
siuuiiuu . Inn vnn. I frnl that. I shnll nov uniii enn
ii . -ini iii , J " w "v.uJV,u,
iiDOUD luj o C10CK, a man dressed in alnorfc. T am dennlv imnrnQ5oil wir.h tliol
., i , . ... ... r r-j Hint v..-
aarK suit ana nat entered thc private boxlso eninitv of the oceassinn nnrl
in which Mr. Lincoln and his party Jponsibility of the duties of the office I am
uousisuu" oi .airs, jjincoin, miss Harris.
munity, its curative qualities having been
tested by thousands with the most gratifyingi
results. It is very pleasant to take and
does not sicken the stomach, but it is a stim-l
ulating expectorant, its action being especi
ally directed to the Lungs. Its cheapness
brings it within the reach of all. It is pre
pared by Dr. Levi Oberholtzer, of Phcenix
ville, Pa., and is sold by nearly every Drug-
gisi una oioreKeepcr in Monroe Uounty.
Will wily Nap--of hoodwinked France,
lgumsi justice dare to hurl a lance i
Will oil stock remain at pari
Or, will some freak of future mar
The greaseful projects of the many,
Counting largely, on the golden penny 1
Questions somewhat important those
Second howe'er to, where clothes
Suited to Springtime be procured,
yji wuicn men may ue well assured,
They're neatly fitting and of latest style
Wc reply to this of R. C. Pyle.
vsw i .. . i . .
JSSTThe remains of President Lineolnl., f ,aWinler
are to be taken to Illinois over the routclalso on hand a snhmdid stock of r.lnih J
i... i, r. t t ij i nr i . . . . '
uj wuiyii iiu uioi, wayeicu 10 asiuogtonsimeres and vestings, just purchased which
to be inaugurated. lour friends will do well to take a lnnlr nt
daughter of Senator Harris, were seated
and Capt. Kathbonc of Albany.
Immediately upon opening the door he
advanced toward Mr. Lincoln with a six-
barrel revolver in his right hand aud a
bowic-kuife in his left. Tho President.
who was iutenfc
notice his intrusion, and the pentlpmnii
who was seated beside him arose to in-
quire tne reason ot Ins entrv.
a - j -
Before he had time to ask the assassin
what he wanted he fired one charge from
his revolver which took effect iu the back
of the President's head. The ball passed
through aud came out at the right tem
ple. Capt. Ratliboue, who was in the box
with M. Lincoln, attempted to arrest the
murderer, and in trying to do so, received
a stab in his arm. The assassin then leap
ed from the box on to the stauc. Pefore
Mr. Johnson appeared to be in remark
able good health, and has a high and
realizing sense of the hope3 that arc cen
tered upon him. His manner was solemn
and dignified, aud his whole bearing pro
upon the play, did notlthosc who participated in tho ceremonies.
Lt is probable that during the day
President Johnson will issuo his first
proclamation to thc American people
It is expected, though nothing has
been determined upon, that tho funeral
of tho late President Lincolu will take
place on or about Thursday next. It is
supposed that his remains will be tem
porarily deposited in tho Congressional
All nfirsnn.tJ in. tlin-HUi Tltwiainn nP fl,n
tar?i?PPnTwifi ? Ur;a h;Illlh Coliou District of Pennsylvania,
turned, aud with a tragic flourish andl,i , i. . , , . '
who have been furnished with
tone, waved his knife "and slimi foil ,.
' . c 11 1 .....
semper tyranms" BuianKs, ara requested to havc them made
So sudden was the affair that some mo-Ioufcj and delivered to J. Stokes, Assis.
-pi.aiL xw. uuuuuee tue audicuceitant Assessor, by the 1st day of May next.
AT THE OLD STAND.
The undersigned, would respectfully
inform his customers and thc public ceni
erally, that in additiou to his former stock
he will now keep for sale a general assort
ment of seasonable
DRY GOODS, YANKEE NOTIONS, &C
which he will offer as low as the market
can possibly afford. His goods will ahvajs
be selected with a view to give his custom
ers their money's worth, and will compnzo
Ladies' and Gkntivkman's dress gooik,
in great variety, Shirtings, Shcciings, icc-i
&c. Persons desiring to purchase
or, indeed, anything purchasable in
country Store, will best study their inter
ests by calling and examinitig my stock
before purchasing elsewhere.
It is not tho intention of thc under
signed to make a blow about low Pnce:'
but bohovine that "the nroof of the Fa
ding is tho eating of it." ho cordially in-
vites a call Irom the publtc. uw"
GEOKGhi 1. lUM-
Stroudsburg, April 13, 1SC5.
For sale at this OHiec