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   New York Times, The (Newspaper) - April 19, 1865, New York, New York                               VOL. XIV......NO. 4233. NORTH CAROLINA. NEW-YORK, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 18C5. the dlrlsion, whA Is entitled to a full share of wbal-l is due, will dltlon. make lhe detailed report of tbc The only cam titles In my staff was CapL Mpaaow.l THE CAPTURE OF avnlry In the flight at Salisbury, was, on bis blrtHday, ai Johnston Avoids a Battle! with Sherman. .i everely bat not dangerously wonnd n Ibe left THE ASSASSINATION. Last Marks of Respect to] Our Late President, Caplnre of GOY, Vance, of North] Carolina, coee. Thesi two young officers, i slsd Maj. BASCO A- A. G my Chief of Staff CepLl my Chief Quartermaster, and JALLatf, A. A. G.j I vi Ub to brine ta> bring to your es [paelal attention) thiougn you to tbe General in-) llaj.-Gcn. General. n llmmense Throng to Visit thej Remains. Geoaoc G. H. THOMAS, Major UNOFFICIAL DISPATCHES. Jeff. Davis Joins Johnston at] Hillaboro. Mouses, Sundav. The steamer Admiial Dupont arrived (PREPARATIONS FOR THE FUNERAL. April here yes-l MOVEMENTS OF GEN, STONEMAM i Capture of Salisbury with Prisoners. Lnmeusc of Armi and UODI of War Tahen. an Buni-1 Iterday afternoon from Morebead City, N. C., and biougbt advices lo a allll later dale from Ceo. HAW'S forces. Gen! SUIKHAH, having Isft Ooldsboro In his rear.l ace'struck out ior JOUHSGB'S army, hoping lo be] R Lrrcst of the wonld-bc Murdcrei 9t Mr. Steward. [ornciiL.] April 16, Jfajor C4tn. ytin-York Official information has reached this depart- ment of the occupation of Mobile, on the 12lh Inst. fty ihe troocs under commsml of CAB IT. Ko of lfaa rapture have yet re- ceived. I Trie fallowing despatches, cosflrrntai detalli of to force him to give k-aitte, JOUHSOII, retreatlag. and it appears tbat SfiMUJAif bas vary little resistance to bla march uoitn. Islgh was captured last Thursday, with but very] ttlefighllng, and that coyifiQed principally to thej .vatry and a ektrmish between tbe advance plokats] both The supplies for Gen. Simian's army are all cen- erta near Roiinoke island, aad the vessels lying at there are awaiting the ordera of bis Chletl [Commissary. NawBiair, Salurduy, April A. U. The Superintendent of thje railroad has arrived We from Goldsboro, and states that Gov. as captured by our cavalry between UUUboro and! on the 13th Inst. The report stales that hel had bsen sent to SuiKKAn by Geti. Jaun-I [STOW, who was at Ihllsborc with Instructions to SOP] (render tbe Stale o( North Carolina to Gen. SHSBMAB, [but that these Instructions ware afterward counier-l the expedition command ot Uaj.-Gea, on g have warded te the department of Msj Con. THOUAB HBAbqDAaTsas, NASBTIILX, April 30 P. M. U W. Hnlltck. Cknfof Sieff. I forward the lotlowlnf report from Msjor-Geo.l BToazJMAir, juit received, lor the Information of thel of War Bad ihe Lieutenant-General, and! take pleasure tn specially Inviting their attention tol lue Importance of the work performed by Gen; STOBCBAB, who In spirit fully eieruled tbe orders! ylvrn htin before starting on tbe expedition. TbeE officers specially'mentlonsd by Geo. ijor Ktoou. Captt. Moaaow, ALLCH and CUAMUK- heretofore, on many occailaui. dlslin- gvlined ibrmiBlree by gallantry and good conduct] tn battle. EAST TsNnssssa. in TUI FIILC, Csirp at alafersvilie, N. C.. April 13. Via JuBfiDjro, T A. !A.. April 16, tefiS. Tc ifaj -Uin. commanding Ileparlmtnt of Cumberland I hare the honor tot sport the folio wlag as tbe re- tfnltol our operations since my last dispatch from Bo one, N. C.. Pioon Doone It became nei-es aaiy to cross the Blue Ridge Into the Yatl kio lltver bottom, in order to obtain iuppln s for men and horses. Here we werr detained three days by fiishet. From tbence ws alruck for ChrlB- On ihe route 1 dc'ncned Col. MILLIR, WIID a portion of his brigade to U'vthervllle, aril Maj. WAO.ISB, with a portion or the Fifierntb Fenn- aylvanla. PALUSS'D brigade, to Big Lick. tkree poinis were iiiuck almoii ilmu'- Colonel PALUIR aluckeu, anu afier eome fighting, captured Wvlhervilie. destroyed the depot of lOppiles at that point and aUo at Mill's Headow. WAOSCB, af.er striking tbe railroad at Big Lick, pushed ou toward de- strovlng on bis way lire Important bridges over lhe Big and Little Otter. and got. to four 'miles ol LTiirhtnirgh. WV.fi the main body, 1 effectually deitroycd roail Imendwi, and VAHCI was en hu JOUKSTQH] [without having seeu SniaxAW, when t [lie Is now a prisoner of war, ool having carried oulf Ibis mission. 1 the report also states Ibat JEFF. DAVIS and family [bad joined JOUHITOH at HUleboro. which Is about (thirty miles west of Ralelth. Whether DAVIS nr- [rtved at aftar Gov; VAHCH had bsen sent to! [sutaifAK, and caused JoHHsTon'a instructions to[ [VAKCC to be set aside, doei not appear. The mall Is about laavJog, and tbtre Is no time for] {Investigation. LATSI BaiaMAiTa forces entered Raleigh a few! since, and Is moving on beyond tbat placet [alter JouasToa, woo continues to fall back without) jilting. CAl'TURE OK SALISBURY. Linoia, Tenn.. Sunday, April 10. The fjpeditiori under Maj.-Gen. Iwhlcblen Knoiviile, Tean., on the 10th of March! truck tlie East Tennessee road on the Mih Inst. ai; [Wvihevllle, Cbriitlansburgh and Balem. Va. De- jtween these places, thirty-three bridges were homed, land twenty-five miles of track totally destroyed] Jenv prisoners were taken, and considerable quan- (titles of corn and other stores oesiroved. Oo tne Gen. FroncuAif moved via Jacksonville, J and Mackavllle. arriving at Gram's Crefck.l Iihree Iroui Salisbury. N. C., the rebel line fort [the defence of Ihe town, al t> A. M oil Ihe 12tb lnir.fi STbli line vi is deleaded ov artillery and infantry, but] Jwjs toon forced, and cm entered Salisbury all 10 A. M. captunnc B stnnds 19 pieces off [artillery. l.lfiS prisoners, stand- ol arms and ac r Special Dispatches to the New-York Times. WASHINGTON. 1 uecday, April IS-10 P. M, There arrived hera this evening Ifrora New-York, to be present at the obsequies norrow. One committee reprssenta the great meet' [laV In Wall-street of last Saturday, and Is composed [ofMeisrs. James Brown, Cbarles H. Ruiiell, Moses lor. Hoses H. Grlnuell. W. Dodge. Samuel fSloaa. J. J. Astor, W. M. Evarts. Edwards [pont, F. B. Cutting fad R. M. Blatcbford. They [called on tha Praaldent this evening at tbe Trenauri [Department, and wern presented by Secretary Me- ICouooa. A very pleasant hour WM spent by the who all seemed well pleaaed wltb Preal- Ident bouxaoir. Subsequently tbe Union League [cortmlltee proceoued to tho department ant! were] [also presented to the President. Tbls cornmilire of Jobn Jay, Jonathan Sturges, Col. Frank [E. Howe, Jobn A. Theodore Iloosevelt.j [ceorge Cabol Ward, James W. Beekman, C. E. Del jmold. Samuel Wetmore, Charles Butler, Parker [Haady and Oils D. Swan. Tbls committee will rep Ireesot tbe League at the funeral to-morrow, ana will [remain long enough to formally present tbelr re- jipects to tlie President, A committee ol the Common Council of New-York] are expected here to-moirow Burning. TRIDTJTn TO TUB II III OK Y Of MR. LINCOLN. Many ol ier dUilngulihed civilians from New-York] [are here, among them Hon. W. A. DABLIHG and Col- lector DBJFBB. Among the mo if beautlfol irloufesE to the memory of ihe late President Is a beautiful) floral deslkn, lorwardeil by Col. STSTSOW, of [York, IbroVigb N. D. SrtaBT. Esq.. Secretary of tfiij National I nlon It Is In Ibe shape of an] anchor, and composed of Japonlcas and other ex- jottcs. mot beautifully arranged. It has-been nlaccd] on the centre of the Prcstdeat'i coflin. ARtANOEIIENTB The arr ingements for the funeral to-morrow aie] Ibelog clos id to-alKht by Secretary been promlntlit and efficient In tbe matter. Jservtces will place In the great east room, and! [admission thereto will only be had by ticket, twill only to members of Congress. Cabinet ImeaiDerf, Ministers, promlaenl committees,  LCB. The man seemed ratner I guess I've made mistake." When] be wanted, he aald be waa looking for Mrs. He was assured that be liad no] mistake, and told to ill dowa In Ibe parlor. Tbe women being now ready to depart, they woral oace put In tbe earring-a. with Officer Davos, who] [conducted {them to Iba office of Ibe Prerqst-Mar- fast AN ARREST IN An arresl was also made In Philadelphia, tbls sftf noon, by order of Col. BAIKB. of JNO. ihe! blockade-runner so- well known bare, against whomg suspicion has been arousad. Till ARfiEflT SAM. ARBflLD. 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 laildii- patch through tn time. Tfils man turns out to bel one SAM. AIIKOLD. who lived at Hnokstown, near! Ballltnote. He ia Raid to be quite oeultenl, tol have repudiated i .e business tome tlioe ago. It Is] also said the Preildem received a letter, not longf from this came warning him agalnsl plot. ornin were maJc to-day of suspeciodf aecesslon families. SPASOLBR, tbe carpenter, and thej propel ty-man of Ford's Theatre, have been arrested! on suspicion of being accomplices. HAKST C. [wasalso arrested yesterday afternoon, nod Is held.K uton whai charge i do not know. He It a son ofj [tne proprietor of tha tbeatre, and both he and hisj father have been highly regarded In Ilils community.] The elder Foan'returaed tp-day from Jtlcbmondj where be had been to arrange for tbe opening of a] obtained his pats from the late Preal-l aent. THK BODY tTINO IJT BTATI. If o more luggestlve light was aver seen than that the White House to-day. It wai punllch known tbat tbe doors would not oe opened Oil 101 this mernlnr. bnl tbe crowd began to galbir] the gates by and by ft 30 toa ean altrr finishing bis work as {lathe rnjoymrnt of tlie respect and admiration ju't- Ilv dua lo one who hitd savvd tbe life ol his cjounlrV. [lie will be hf'.A. we think. Dy Aincrlcantl II in t [equal to WASUI-IOTOH, ftcond to none Uul ne. [Bui he hid not Kit gr.tiificiilon of hUs greit iprcdecestor. of teeing lilj work completed laml en- tor i lonp rjerlud thf (rralliudP Of oonntrr- imen and tne. admiration of itrai-eers 1'ljete sre jfew so bard fll ai to not sneu u tear the jsuddrn and nloody termlnatKui ol tu bright carper. VAi great ul WAHinnijio.t In moral am] iiii.nu( fqualttles, itlt grnttl was ra irulatfli! to win if MT mote popular lyinpatur than li pre f Aol lly and honci'y all but when to IsddsU klnilllnrni, imiriliciiv, and trevdotn iiaugnilneti price In tilgb posltfon, tnrv rln fore us ai retpecL et OIMJI. liein am oin eel- THE 4 Yiam A mnn may, on 111'1 spur of thf lie FO maddecC'l wnn rage is to utrlke log the earth but 11 the accounts whtcrj in of this diftrelilng alUIr are correct, the ootri Mr. LlKcoLn'8 and Mr. AID'S lives con- cocted tuine lliue prior to the CEM monr on tne 4th of Match, and onlv lulled pltsbment became one of itic parilei In lost heart wcf.uy oullhe ir.heme si that time. lint he had never found It agmn' Tne act rocn- milled without uue time for reflection lu aw- ful cature. For over a muntft tbc oian un- acted upon In tin bosom of Its and time seems but U> nave to Ihe driire to carry l( out. There jnuei havo been a ier- Ing on too oart Of the who the cilme tnat a grievous wrong, rieeo dune, either to himself nr to his country, Prei- Ident pr tbe government be a Southern mm, during the four years war. taken tho Ilia of the 1'iesldsnt.ltiere be no difficulty In tracing It to a so soon forget the nuniUenesi acts of Ickcdness It ted in the South br the servants and of trie Norinern Gorernment; the besutlful to the ground with demoniacal fury we- violated br a ribald loldleiy tbe men shot down In the coldest blood on the plea of ail this and mucb more li la our memoilss, and servs to remind us li Uie assasilnallon hid been committed In ihe of ttis war by a Southern marl, who had 10 to artve him to desperation, a irasoe for his could [alderatlooi do not help us to discover th4 oause of Itbe assassination. That tbe deed wss comjnltied by [joaa Wiuti fioora, a brother ol EDWIN Boom, tbs [celabrated aclor of the presint day. tttsre lelerni to be [little doubt. But why inoaid ne makrej hlsaself Itha ohBtnolon of the Southern people or ibei southern IcanaaT He mutt have bean goaded almost to tbe [vergs of madness. No man of ordinary nerve or [trivial Impulse ceula have jumped Into a pilvate box fat tbc ihealn, as he did. calmly shoot down the ob- [jacl of Mi wrath, thin spring on tie itagb uttering [words wnlch ssrve to give a clue to ths aol of Msas- Islnation, and ultimately nad his way tbjoogh the Itbeatra 10 B place of escape. Tne men who could (have dona al! ibis, must have, considered that his lehanoes of etcapa very few Indeed, and Ilbat. If need were, ne was ready] lo give lup bla own life for that which ha had taken. There [Is disperallon In auch a a rtlespemion las Is caused Ay a daen eonaolonmess 4f wfong- Idotagonihe put ol the personi agalnit hhom U Is [conceived. f< Iprll 18. en Issued April Inst. neralteie-; Ud Statri, nireBl, re- close their a tbat day. of the y, anu ano riorror Inut crime riy dealb. Mdior. Tbe Feeling MonrmxAL, Tuqiday, The lollowinf proclamation IIBI [by the Mayor of Moilraal r PBOOLAHATIOW. Whereas Wednesday aait, the 10th of [at noon, has been fixed upon lor the fi [monies of tbe Chief IfBglstrVe ot toe U [the ntdenlined, Hayoi nf ibe City of [apeetfully Invites Ue oltlxias generally I [places of tnislnms from 12 o'clock noon a tribute of reipeci to lae IPreildeat of the United and Iwltb ihe bereaved members of his fami [as sn exoresiton of tha deep sorrow an tne citizens ol Wontreal al the air [by which the Preitdent came to an nmI (Sjgned) J.L. BEALUI Arrival of Gem. la Blrhabead. Tha Rletintond VVatf of yestrrday iayt Gen. R. E. Lu arrived In thli nty abiut S o'clock [Saturday evening, attended by five merhbtri of his [staff. He rode into tbe cltv ever the pobtnon bridge tbe foot of 'Sevinicenth-strcrt. ani inance up jMaln-streri to his on Frankllmtreet, be- [iwten Seventh nod Eighth streets.   

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