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New York Times, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1865, New York, New York VOL 4233 NORTH CAROLINA NEW-YORK WEDNESDAY APRIL 19 the whA Is entitled to a full share of is due will make detailed report of tbc The only cam titles In my staff was CapL THE CAPTURE OF In the flight at Salisbury was on bis ai Johnston Avoids a with Sherman i everely bat not dangerously wonnd n Ibe left THE ASSASSINATION Last Marks of Respect Our Late President of GOY Vance of Carolina coee two young officers i Maj BASCO A- A G my Chief of Staff CepLl my Chief Quartermaster and A A I vi Ub to brine bring to your es attention you to tbe General in- General n Throng to Visit Remains G H THOMAS Major UNOFFICIAL DISPATCHES Jeff Davis Joins Johnston Mouses The steamer Dupont arrived PREPARATIONS FOR THE FUNERAL April here MOVEMENTS OF GEN i Capture of Salisbury with Prisoners of Armi and UODI of War Tahen an afternoon from City N C and advices lo a later dale from Ceo forces Gen! having In his out ior army hoping lo R of the Mr Steward April 16 Official information has reached this ment of the occupation of Mobile on the Inst fty under of CAB IT Ko of rapture have yet re- I Trie fallowing despatches of to force him to give and it appears tbat bas vary little resistance to bla march was captured last Thursday with but and that principally to vatry and a between tbe advance both The supplies for Gen army are all erta near island aad the vessels lying at there are awaiting the of bis April A U The Superintendent of railroad has arrived We from Goldsboro and states that Gov as captured by our cavalry between on the 13th Inst The report stales that hel had sent to by Geti who was at with Instructions to render tbe Stale o North Carolina to Gen that these Instructions ware afterward the expedition command ot on g have warded te the department of Msj Con April 30 P M U W Sieff I forward the report from juit received lor the Information of thel of War Bad take pleasure tn specially Inviting their attention tol lue Importance of the work performed by Gen who In spirit fully tbe htin before starting on tbe expedition officers by Geo ALLCH and heretofore on many by gallantry and good tn battle EAST in TUI at N C April 13 Via T A April 16 tefiS Tc commanding of Cumberland I hare the honor tot sport the folio wlag as tbe re- our operations since my last dispatch from Bo one N C Doone It became to cross the Blue Ridge Into the kio bottom in order to obtain s for men and horses Here we werr detained three days by From ws for On route 1 Col MILLIR WIID a portion of his brigade to aril Maj with a portion or the brigade to Big Lick were Colonel anu afier eome fighting captured destroyed the depot of at that point and aUo at Mill's striking tbe railroad at Big Lick pushed ou toward de- on bis way lire Important bridges over Big and Little Otter and got to four miles ol the main body 1 effectually and was en hu having seeu when t Is now a prisoner of war ool having carried Ibis mission 1 the report also states Ibat JEFF DAVIS and family joined at which Is about thirty miles west of Whether DAVIS at aftar Gov had sent and caused instructions to be set aside not appear The mall Is about and Is no time LATSI forces entered Raleigh a since and Is moving on beyond tbat placet woo continues to fall back without jilting OK SALISBURY Tenn Sunday April 10 The under Tean on the 10th of truck tlie East Tennessee road on the Mih Inst ai and Balem Va De- these places thirty-three bridges were homed land twenty-five miles of track totally prisoners were taken and considerable titles of corn and other stores Oo tne Gen moved via Jacksonville J and arriving at Gram's Salisbury N C the rebel line fort defence of town al A M oil line vi is ov artillery and infantry toon forced and cm entered Salisbury all 10 A M B 19 pieces off prisoners ol arms and ac r Special Dispatches to the New-York Times WASHINGTON 1 April P M There arrived hera this evening New-York to be present at the obsequies One committee the great meet [laV In Wall-street of last Saturday and Is composed James Brown H Moses lor Hoses H W Dodge Samuel J J Astor W M Evarts Edwards F B Cutting fad R M They on tha this evening at tbe and wern presented by Secretary A very pleasant hour WM spent by the who all seemed well Ident Subsequently tbe Union League to tho department presented to the President of Jay Jonathan Sturges Col Frank Howe A Theodore Cabol Ward James W Beekman C E Del Samuel Wetmore Charles Butler Parker and Oils D Swan committee will rep tbe League at the funeral to-morrow ana will long enough to formally present re- to tlie President A committee ol the Common Council of are expected here Burning TO TUB II III OK Y Of MR LINCOLN Many ol ier civilians from here among them Hon W A and Col- lector Among the mo if to the memory of late President Is a beautiful floral by Col of N D Esq Secretary of National I It Is In Ibe shape of anchor and composed of and other ex- mot beautifully arranged It has-been on the centre of the coflin The arr for the funeral to-morrow clos id by Secretary been and efficient In tbe matter will place In the great east room thereto will only be had by ticket twill only to members of Congress Cabinet Ministers committees number to fill tbe room Uer Dr other clergymen of different denominations THE OF TDK It has been decided thai tbe remains 000 of Amall of powder ol clothing bl lot of salt 20 pounds i the city on Friday morning by way of norr anc and reaching in and lying In stale over at Independence Hall thence to on remaining over Sunday proceeding Ion Monday by way ol Albany KI Uulfalo Cleveland laud Chicago pounds office pounds of on ot 000 worth of medical bales of cotton of were away all tne for our immediate Thn part o supplies when the been li iy complete One larse six two rains bridges tc and also on toe other side ofj and and then !wsn milej of railroad track well for on tne Ar U e loM very few in killed and Balein N tlie waf Capt H A A tba about I W or Jo destroy tba ville and between Gr and River and the of supplies along the marl This waij performed with considerable fighting the capture off prisoners and to my the other two nnd under the com mind of Lieut we for Salisbury where we found 3.000 Ibe command of Mij -Gen anil 11 pieces cf artillery under Col late Lieu Gen The whole formed behind Grant's Creek about ten and a hall frum Salisbury As soon as a disposition could be made J a upon tbe line and result wst tne capture of the fourteen pieces of artillery prisoners Including fli officers All the 164 are now with ui Then of the force was chased through and several miles tbe town but and la to the woodr We at Salisbury Iwo days during which we destroyed 13 milis of track and tne bridges toward Charlotte and then moved to this From here we shall move to the south side of the River and be la lo operate to war and Columbia moving south Tna lolloping is a list ol the public prop erly captured ol Salisbury and Four large and bales at eot ton four large 10.000 stand of i ms 11 arms anu accoutrements ammunition rounds of fixed eiy ammunition and 7.000 pounds of of eorn of wheat 100.000 of cured bacoa suits of gray and pounds ofj harness very large amount of in car salt rice and other nod medical supplies valued by the rebel medical directors at tn gold In addition to tbe ar at the military was being fitted np ami wai filled with machinery Raleigh HU all of which wos destroyed The along tbe louts traversed by oor varl parties have us with abundance Thi number of and mules captured ami taken the ruad 1 have no means of estimating 1 lay however that we an macb better thin when we left We bare a lea and to haul off all onr t mount a of the and about a thou after crossing aud tbe Blue Ridge three times march made by since Ibe ofj last of miles much more by tbe command Tne rapidity of our almost every Instance caused our advanced to herald oui approach and make the surprise plate Ibe Commander G ol Men ROE Sunday April 10 the steamer ar- rived Irom the froot about 150 paroled and men ol aimy en route to their homes ae cording to terms granted by Gen GIANT when LM surrendered A large number of tog were to Washington D C in thence to go to an- from to take passage ID Ibe Southern All mtn have been to ble them to subsist on the route and atsu with doe The officers with their side arms aa well as the primes were allowed tlie greatest liberty moving In every direction al will over the point without being questioned arid severe were the strictures passed by tbe numerous bystand eis as this evidence ol the extreme leniency of our government WBE so palpably exhibited At lion lo II will officiate assisted by will Till The ols delegation leaded by Gov tne this morning to en Tne several gentlemen were Introduced iovernor addressed I In pertinent and The In a sprech of tlie of full report has beer am he very t tnj ot HII to tin dele whence they were sent to the Capitol Prison The man wbo Inns hail entered tbe house bore at once of having assumed a partial dls Bulie He had a beavy pickaxe on bla shoulder wore cap made from tbe bottom part of the leg of pair of drawers which fitted closely to h and bung down behind grar coat ana vest black or dark colored pants a light pair of boots Bolh boots and pants were completely covered imid up to his When he lat down be was by Who are you 7 What do yon want here at this time ol night T He pulled out of is pocket a copy of ths of allegiance and aid Stop I will show you wbo 1 that he got it In Baltimore last Jane On U proved to be an oath of allegiance ad to Lours of County Vo dated Baltimore March 14 1605 He was further by Mr av to his al the at that time of nil hi with a pick axe on htt shoulder He sata ha had come a gutter for Mrs and wanted to know what time be should begin IB tba morning He alto stated Ibat ha waa nut 20 rears old he bad no money tbat be obtained bis living by working a laborer that pickaxe to which he seemad to peculiar He stated he could neither read nor that he had been obliged to on his father's farm in County for a living tor tbe last four years aad could not go school that be was down on tbe rebels and much more of tbe same klud of stuff only con- Ibe officers that they were In the presence a connected with tbe murderous assault on Mr He Interrogated by Major Sunn Officers and to whom hi various replies some of them conflicting wind stories be bad told When asked be Intended to sleep tbat night he said he did no ss be had no money and befor ne bad slept on the railroad track than conducted to the carriage Officer who took him to Gen where he search and another e in money wai discovered on his person also a compass with a comb and brush and several minor articles Here be told itner stories as to his for tne last ays and as to his me an a of support A close examination and of his person a man of good about years of age six feet high very good form dark rich blacK hair dyed light complexion arid a refine merit of person which gave the lie to bis of bard labor Ills dress was much soiled from evident exposure but was of very good terial he been really well he presented the appearance of a gentle loan j Tue colored servant wbo tbe to Mr on Friday was now sent for The room was darkened when lie came In tbe gas was turned on wban tbe boy WM told to pick out the man As soon aa his fell on the prisoner he threw up bla hands and exclaimed Tbe re he la him 1 don't want to ice him no more produced opon I le man by ibis de- velopment was an apparent nervousness but wise be to master hts feelings completely at A 11 he was Ironed and sent off to a where be can never escape hts captor and where public violence cannot reach him While Mr was Interrogating PAIRS at haute Major and Officer were luting a search of the dwelling which was tied by SMITH and alter the ot Officer with the Much evidence was found showing It lo have regular nest were found of hate toward the President and lu Miss KATI Major found an envelops addressed to J National Hotel A card about hall large again as a playing card was found wh wai certainly emblematical of the hvo which have fostered lowam the On loo was this line will it ever tt In lie colors ol red and the original thirteen Thti was tbr small rebel flairs between was the Stale real of arms of Virginia the motto Sic tamper IMS log Urge red letters the and at tne bottom of the earn In shape another deep waa nearly a quarter of a Tbe arrangements at the bouse for land exit were same as usual on re days viz entrance at tha main door the Green Room Inence lo the Bail Room am font at tne window by the steps It li an exaggeration to say thai through the rooms and tbat half as seeing the throng laft without The approaches were by a battalion Qfj roan In which laM decorated In the work being done under tha supervision ol JMr The windows at end ol room were draped black barege if tbe mirrors between tbe windows as well ai over the marble mantles being heavily drape the same material The heavy of frames were thus entirely enshrouded while the plates of the mirrors wera covered with chandeliers at tha and ends room wera also draped with cen been removed to make the This was very handsome af- dala or platform on the coffin Tested ling some three feet from the floor and beln and The corpse was In charge of several army and among whom wore Gen land Gen BATON and ol lee monitor i But a limited number nf wera Ithe home at a time and these wete required as rapidly aa was consistent with rnd propriety The one and lance of the people as they looked fer tka laal lion low tbe face of tha honored dead were Ive If further proof were needed thai Ithe great majority regard tbe President's IBS a personal and Individual loss aa well as Hundreds addressed words ol farewell to the cold asd Inanimate body and pat cad from tbe platform with eyes class race and condition of society was resented In tha throng of mourners and the and farewells of whites and blacks by the coffin ol him to whom humanity tbe same The most touching tions of sorrow were made by many them aa of poorer classes of society He was the poor man's was a very mon remark Tha throng aj well as Inside orderly nod reverent all though two hours wai the average period of waiting tor and many persons waited even five us Tbe of escb of the public were at U o'clock under heads of bureaus Bad In land solemn procession Into the White House and tbe body In tbe east room Such Intense anxiety was manifested to-day to rae loved face once and so were to gel ao to do so that It la cow to lei tbe body lie In state during Thursday In tbe rotunda of the Capitol and not westward with It before Friday tions lo effect are making evening with the ol Mrs Lincoln and her from The entires of Mr retain their natural and rhe by the wound Is so slight as not to amount to disfigurement or PRICE FOUR CENTS Leave at 12 M and Ultra al M A M of Monday Mlk ind arrive et New-York at 10 Leave at 4 P M ol the and arrive it Albany till P M Lenta Albany P M of the 9010 id at Buffalo at 7 A M of Thursday the AM TIIK irk ihn iiiy I by CIAI be President Air of coal of erms and motto and the Tne bruie was in a very in ol the h'm nf sup The lern popular Ac vou wno Iy li now in tlie 61 the ers of the law w such a il Col Wi ibe rerent -is Tbc nn Arrested It is understood Ilia upon of nere autis 1 at tbe original design of conspirators capture President LJN coin iome back way compel a gent ral release of all rebel prison held bv r r lied When the general ex oil arj as no longer nee to have anything lo do with to induce others t tbi life of the Ibe d an L U prisoner has to f resident of Bst of iuv JOHN Esq have upon the War consented to arrangements for tbe t Ington to final A meeting of was held was Tbat en this pledges of devotion to tht best ef onr voted during Hit Milling vf In Con- Md April tlie alluded to aa but make him a and of t was abandoned by dim and he lays he refused give up their a correct r i I Tne d in and ii the is all unmade the piled on and tn veiv the inmates had other business on hand than business of Two FAMILY a a girl -Ine fim ol whom were parly on were also appre j 1 i i 1 The order of the funeral Heading a portion of Scriptures by Rev Dr 11 ILL Opening prayer by Bishop SIMPSON Funeral address by Kev Dr Closing by Ur The corpse will be conveyed to tbe Dr will repeat the service and pronounce Hit TO TUB OFFICIALS April 18 1665 The Secretary of tbe with profound i row announces 10 the revenue marine late President of the States lie died In this city on the vim at twenty-two putt seven o'clock i officers of revenue will as a man! of their respect for the cbir and services of the dead and ol their ol the calamity tbe Country lias by this dispensation of dence wear crape on the left arm and hilt of sword for six months Ilia di- trial funeral honors be on board ail rev in commission by filing minute guns at receipt of Ibis order and by wearing their flage HUGH McCULLOGH Secretary of the Treasury Secretary ls much belter to day so is who Is gradually gaining full It li now confidently hoped and ei that tbe Secretary and Assistant Secretary will speedily recover ol the the both and c t that he lie 10 C General of Ihli yesterday investigation Into assassinations He had to arrest rr woo In this city at No II- decided to the whole family Including her daughter KATE two voting la her nieces and two Col II S Special fof the War was called upon for the forces and hr his R Officers Divot of the New York Detective walh on and forked up Mrs is a about forty ears of SRC and of coins expression She was rather dressed daughter was far more In and Young a has been In tbe city up to the assassination Is believed fled to Canada He Is being pursued I THK AI P conclusive a He was this after- by Miss ABD nuru wbo was so severely wounded lend another colored servant who aaw him all promptly him at Ills has oeen taken off and Is It will be remembered that tha left a slouch hat at Mr on which explains precise cap he AINST PAINE CONCLUSIVE he against In tbc or STATS 1 April 17 SOS j It ie hereby ordered that in honor to the of our lale Illustrious Chief all Peers and subject to he of tbe Slate wear crape upon the left arm for Ibr pf sii months W HUNTER of proceeded to tbe house at about 1 o'clock np alone f he bring a I rapped A The was In The door was opened brick high sloop woman raised a window and asked I'm an let mej end the Major entered of and act aa a committee to make of the which of the late President Jt Liacoia from Jull They are hav her mother her for tut h an exhibition of her the ladles v ere ready to proceed Officer lo the tobies the respective railroad companies am I lo do and regulate all kale and Bmr Jury moron Tuesday April ia of Bar and the lo bis afternoon Among tbe I solemn occasion we renew cause of onr country to which martyred President were de- I and trying bod I anil said whit Iy afterward the party unii atl were In The purpose of the announced and Inmates seemed soi surprised the daughter be but the mother took It as calmly bad been expecting il e all In tbe parlor and not other while licers huf ted up the bonnets and shoes of preparatory to conveying them to Col office This took some little time MISS brohe 0111 sobs ng brought a carriage a loud rap heard at the door Mr Mono AH stooped Into folios red by Maj SMITH and Officer wbo opened tbt were each armed a pistol door a mnn steeped In and the door by who banded the key LCB The man seemed ratner I guess I've made mistake be wanted he be waa looking for Mrs He was assured that be liad mistake and told to ill dowa In Ibe parlor Tbe women being now ready to depart they woral put In tbe with Officer Davos to Iba office of Ibe fast AN ARREST IN An was also made In Philadelphia noon by order of Col of JNO blockade-runner well known bare against suspicion has been Till SAM I Informed you lait night of tbe arrest of BAM the writer of the letter found in BOOTH'S trunk al National but the telegraph failed to get my patch through tn time man turns out to bel one SAM who lived at He ia Raid to be quite tol have repudiated i e business tome ago It also said the received a letter not from this came warning him plot were maJc to-day of families tbe carpenter and propel of Ford's Theatre have been on suspicion of being accomplices C arrested yesterday afternoon nod Is uton whai charge i do not know He It a son ofj proprietor of tha and both he and father have been highly regarded In The elder from where be had been to arrange for tbe opening of obtained his pats from the late aent THK BODY tTINO IJT If o more light was aver seen than that the White House to-day It wai known tbat tbe doors would not oe opened Oil 101 this bnl tbe crowd began to the gates by and by ft 30 lour and ibe F ranch Tuesday April IB It was elated In former dispatch that thai Iperson arrested this morning aa tba wbo templed to taka the life of tba Secretary ol Iwas lo be But there Is reason believe Ibat tba desperado la no other thaa French lady wbo U will be Ibe red captured tbe steamer St in 1861 Apprehended tried con vie ted to tne penitentiary from which bt he was released Nothing positive lls known on the subject Endeavoring te April 18 A gentleman who Point Lookout Ida morning wai Informed by as officer of one ofj lour gunboats that Boom and the other thirty In number weie In Mary's heavily armed and endeavoring to make their way I the Potomac which wai strongly no one allowed to pass He also stated that 071 Monday evening a smalll ot our cavalry bad with them been repulsed but succeeded In capturing Jot them In meantime our cavalry were reinforced morning and were understood to have and was Ibe The for the transportation of remains from Washington bas Tnejrallraadi over which tbe remains are declared roads subject to ol tbe War Department and the roads locomotives and engines ion said transportation will ba subject control of I will ba allowed to be Ion Ibe can constituting tha funeral train save authorized by tha The funeral train will not care Including baggage and car proceed over Ibe whole roula from I will leave at 6 A M of I tne and arrive at Baltimore at 10 f Leave at 3 P tt and arrive at Leave Buffalo at tbe same Jay and Mil at 7 A M of the Leave Cleveland at same day at Columbus ai 7 30 A M of Saturday Laave Columbus 6 P M sams day and eat at 7 A M of Sunday the j Leave of ssme day and arrive at Chicago at II A M of May tJ I Leave Chicago at P M of Mar 3 and at at 8 A M ol May S 1 I At tbe points aa tbe itai are be taken from tbs hearse car by elate or to receive lo ine tha lake such as may be fitting id appropriate to tha under tbe f Ibe Military Commander of tba leat or district but iba wUl the of the officers by the War Tbe route Irom to U and Railway to Chicago City In order to guard against will not ran faster than twenty miles hour via ud and THE FEELING IN CANADA of tbe fer Thc Deep Reward nad Felt tbe Cain of the Pleat Crime Fran Uu Toronto ABRAHAM At twenty-two minutes after seven o'clock on morning about nine hours after ha na the shot of the assassin LIB bla last by tha Ible f his and leading and have produced aa extraordinary at accompanied by the Una bas been created bas been tbe most Inti nse event of p re lent century In Ann lean at all compare with It In on the mind and we that la taaa ibe anock will be nearly as grief which Is has two very lelL ins Uis of which seems to personal sympathy and regard lor tbe IWe bear In ill quarters iba strongest expression of of the of Mr LINCOLH and that his noble career mould have to an untimely cod simplicity of latter bis straightforward honesty his leu his of manner seem lo have wai i tbe heart even among a foreign and tn m Liter of opinion a hostile nation We may judga by in at fact of bis popularity among tbe of the States Almost all of ui feel as If we nad i suffered a personal lost Mr LINCOLN U in of same larras ai are used toward a fan All mourn untimely He had lien for loe the Industry ability and to the great lof Chief Magistrate gf his He found It In line most Imminent danger and bis power to co elements which were sweeping ovtr were from generally acknowledged He was regarded fear aod trembling by the friends of bit go and contempt by Ills opponents Dul he made his way He was not ths could have been for the pott of Chief In a great civil war He had not he torn foice Infuses energy Into all soan and his wete often l in Out he was eotii and If he did not great Generals ne every man tn Ian of developing tbe talents recognized merit anu rewarded tt He placed con- ai ardle It was clue ma ne had bis great ssy that lit has been Cut off at a moment lor hi but accept lb a view It to lus tbat he gone his worst trials toil his sagacity ind would h belter In the of the aiSliri lihe than during the wild commotion of I tie war lie bas ncut off at a wnen he Ihad a deal but leaving un- laone hp well to do A he bave to many finishing bis work as of tlie respect and admiration Ilv dua lo one who hitd tbe life ol his will be we think Dy II in t to to none ne he hid not Kit of hUs greit of teeing lilj work completed laml en- tor i thf Of imen and tne admiration of sre so bard fll ai to not sneu u tear the and ol tu bright carper VAi great ul In moral was ra to win if MT mote popular than li pre f Aol lly and all but when to and price In rln fore us ai et am oin THE 4 A mnn may on spur of thf lie FO wnn rage is to log the earth but 11 the accounts in of this alUIr are correct the Mr and Mr lives con- tuine prior to the CEM monr on tne 4th of Match and lulled became one of itic In lost heart si that time lint he had never found It agmn Tne act milled without time for reflection lu ful cature For over a tbc un- acted upon In tin bosom of Its and time seems but nave to to carry l out There havo been a Ing on too oart Of the who the tnat a grievous wrong dune either to himself nr to his country Ident pr tbe government be a Southern mm during the four years war taken tho Ilia of the be no difficulty In tracing It to a so soon forget the nuniUenesi acts of It ted in the South br the servants and of trie the to the ground with demoniacal fury violated br a ribald tbe men shot down In the coldest blood on the plea of ail this and more li la our and to remind us li Uie hid been committed In of war by a Southern marl who had 10 to him to desperation a for his could do not help us to discover of assassination That tbe deed wss by a brother ol EDWIN Boom tbs of the day to be doubt But why ne Itha of the Southern people or southern He mutt have bean goaded almost to tbe of madness No man of ordinary nerve or Impulse ceula have jumped Into a box fat tbc as he did calmly shoot down the ob- of Mi wrath thin spring on tie uttering to give a clue to ths aol of and ultimately nad his way the 10 B place of escape Tne men who could have dona ibis must have considered that his of very few Indeed and If need were ne was lo give lup bla own life for that which ha had taken There In auch a a las Is caused Ay a daen 4f put ol the U Is 18 en Issued April Inst Ud re- close their a tbat day of the y anu ano crime riy Tbe Feeling The proclamation IIBI the Mayor of r Whereas Wednesday aait the 10th of [at noon has been fixed upon lor the fi of tbe Chief ot toe U nf ibe City of Invites Ue generally I of from 12 o'clock noon a tribute of to lae of the United and bereaved members of his fami sn of tha deep sorrow an tne citizens ol al the air which the came to an nmI Arrival of Gem la Tha of Gen R E Lu arrived In thli nty S o'clock evening attended by five of his He rode into tbe ever the bridge tbe foot of ani up to his on be- Seventh nod Eighth streets
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